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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 22 NO. 23 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 6, 1964.



Pay Raise Goes ?r a aY


To President;


a + x aa House ApprovedThe


White House received the

a+ qc $207 million military pay raise { 1
r bill Tuesday, Aug. 4. The raise
will effect all servicemen except
draftees and newly enlisted men.
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The pay raise, second raise In
less than a year,should be signedby
President Johnson In a few
days, Insuring that the pay
-a boosts show up In the checks

that will go out Sept. 1 ,... .

. CDR W. J. Vaught, Commanding Officer of VP.16, grins with The first group of students to complete the Driver Education
amusement at the group "diehard P-2V Neptune Flyers" who There was no discuss Ion before Program assembled in the administration building to receive their
the House vote, although Rep.
greeted him last Thursday on his arrivalatNAS Jax. CDR Vaught Robert LF Sikes D-Fla., Issued certificates of completion. RADM pobert Goldwaithe officiated at
flew VP-16's first P-3 "Orion" to NAS Jax. These men will not a statement describing the the ceremonies along with Captain J. R. MacKroth.

have to fight as they are in receipt of orders and will not fly the pay boost as too small.

"Orion". First Class Graduates
Pictured from left to right are: Lt. Joe Dressier and sons; Hillary Rep. Robert W Kastemeir,
Rosson, AN; Walter McCaine, AN, (with sign); LTJG Warren Post; D-Wls., took the floor and said
LCDR Bob Derda; and LCDR "Cos" Cush. that Congress has made a"glar From Driving Course
ing error" In omitting the draf- i

Orions; Arrive In Jax tees and particularly enlisted men in from a year Increases Twenty-five men and women from NAS Jax completed the first ('
class In Driver Education recently. They received certificates of
when Congress Is Increasing its
completion from RADM Robert Goldwaithe ceremonies held Monday,
With VP-16's EmblemPatron own salaries. August 3, at the administration building of NAS Jax. Also partici-
pating In the ceremonies was Captain J. R. Mackroth. Commanding
Sixteen's Skipper, Commander William J Vaught, arrived The bill would authorize a Officer. -
at NAS Jacksonville on July 30, 1964 flying the ASW squadronsfirst 2.5 percent increase for all officers The course, which ran for 15 driving and 3 hours of actual
P-3 "Orion." On arrival, Cdr. Vaught and his crew were and enlisted men with days, was divided Into 3 hour driving. It was a joint effort of --'
greeted by Captain Arthur C. Cason, Commander Fleet Air Wing more than two years service, segments and consisted of 30 the Navy and the community of
Eleven, and several hundred VP-16 personnel their wives and and an 8.5 percent increase with hours of classroom instruction, Jacksonville with classrooms
children. Cdr. Vaught's crew was the first to finish familiarization less than two years. 12 hours simulated or mockup and vehicles being provided by
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training in me new t'-a. the Navy and the simulators
NAS JaX's Navy band enter- NATTC Guardsman FAETU Wave available at Technical and For-
tained the large group with mil rest High Schools, who also pro-
itary and popular music. vided the Instructors. Successful -
The many visitors had an opportunity Selected Outstanding SailorsAs completion of the course entitles -
to inspect the Navy's military personnel age

newest Anti-Submarine Warfare There was no sailor selectedfor Her high morale and spirit have Coast Guard Representative 18-25, to a percentage reductionIn
Patrol Plane, and the childrenwere been contributionto Puhllck handles personnel liability insurance premiumrates.
sailor for the month from two an outstanding ,
designated "Honorary Patrol tenant commands aboard the sta- FAETULANT and those they records and administrative mat- .
Commanders" com- Students who completed the
tion this month. Instead, the Fleet serve. ters concerning Coast Guardsmen -
plete with wallet size certifi- Airborne Electronics TrainingUnit Hailing from Lewistown, Illinois undergoing training in the course are: MJ. Archibald
cates. selected Wave Phyllis K. Phyllis entered the Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate AN; F. Annuzlata, AA; W.H. Ar-
Chief Parachute Rigger Ed Li- ViditoTD3, while the Naval Air In August of 1961.She departed Schools at NATTC. Puhllck Is mold, SA; J.E. Barlup, ADRAN;
zer kept the attention of the Technical Training Unit chose NATTC, Memphis Tennessee for the only Coast Guardsman permanently J.A. BIssonnette, HN; D.L Bowen -
spectators especially the young- Josph J. Puhllck, Jr. YN1 of FAETULANT DET TWO in August assigned to NATTC.As SA; J.O. Brown, SA; TA.
sters, with his demonstration of LCPL D.M Currie,SA ..
the Coast Guar of 1962. "Serviceman of the Month": Cassidy, : :
survival equipment. Phyllis, FAETU's outstanding She married Raymond A. Vidito Puhlick received a Letter of SA; J.O. Davis, HM3; KJ. De-
VP-16 is "trading" its P-2 Wave, was cited for her energy, also of FAETULANT February Commendation from Capt.Strum, conza, AA; T.L. Douglas, HN;
"Neptunes" for the big new"Or- drive and ambition. She worksIn 1964 and (Is the first Wave to be and a $50 U.S. Government Sav- J.E. Edwards, SN; R.A. Greene,
ion's" which the squadron will the Training Device issue section selected as Sailor of the Quarterfor ing Bond. He will also receivea ADR3; R.L Higgins, AE3; RH.
fly on its Antisubmarine War- of FAETU, and greets the the Detachment. free trip to historic St. Augustine Johnson, A03; W.F Harding,
fare and Patrol Missions using activities with a pleasant The first Coast Guardsmanever courtesy of the USO. A03; A.L Laguna, SN; T. Port-
The "Orion's" cruising speedis smile and "can do" attitude. selected for"Servicemanof ale, ADR3; JC. Rivera, E3AE.
350 plus 'knots She has a the Month" honors at the Naval (Continued on Page 10)) Sanders, AN; MP. Swift, AA;
99-foot wingspan, Is approxi- Air Technical Training Center M 1..W. Tompkins, AT2; G.R. :
mately 117 feet In length, and hasa here was named for the honorIn .fi', Tyree, AA; and C.H. Ward, PT3.
tail 34-feet tall. ceremonies July 28. ": A new Driver Education class
For the plane car- fftf t will 10. One
armament Puhllck, who serves as Coast .j convene August
ries depth charges, torpedoes, Guard Representative atNATTC, class will meet for two weeks
wing-mounted rockets, bombs, was selected for the month of from 8-11 p.m. and a second
and special weapons. June 1964. He received the award from 12:30-3:30: p.m. The third
Normal complement of the big In ceremonies In the office VC week Involves the simulator
plane Is 12 men. Including a of Capt. C.G. Strum, USN, training and behlnd-the-wheel
tactical coordinator who moni- NATTC Commanding Officer. driving during non-duty hours,
tors search and attack phases ofa Capt. W.H. Main, USCG, Com- 3-6 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Studentswill
mission under the pilot's dir- manding Officer of the Coast continue to utilize facilities .--. _I
ection. Much of the plane's Guard Reserve Unit aboard the 1( of Forrest High School but
search and detect equipment Is Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, by October Navy owned simula-
linked with automatic and semi- represented the Coast Guard at tors will be available on the
(Continued on Page 9)) Phyllis K. Vidito. the ceremonies. Joseph J. Puhlick. Jr. station.Continued( on Page 10)w )


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I" 1 /' Chaplain R.W. RadcliffeFor

SUNDAY three years, the Greeks tried In vain to capture the city of

8:00: a.m. Service of Holy Troy. At last, they made up their minds to give up and go back to

.. Communion Greece; but Ulysses, their leader, would not give his consent.
y>, > 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine "However," he said, "Let us go away for a little while."
c
; --. of w Worship The Greeks set sail and landed on a nearby Island and the peopleof

9:30 a. m. Sunday School for Troy, thinking that their enemy had returned to Greece, opened

ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 the gates of the city and went out Into the fields. They had been shut

11:00 a. m. Service of Divine up so long that they were glad to be free again. Out In the fields

\\tJp Worship they found a remarkable wooden horse. It rested on rollers and lookedUke

6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship an object that the city could proudly display, so they started

-. dragging It Into the city as a trophy of public Interest. Because the

..I. A ", WEDNESDAY gate was too narrow, they tore down part of the wall and when the

horse was safely Inside the city and the wall was repaired, the people
Choir Rehearsal -
: 4:30 p. m. Junior rejoiced because they believed that the Greek horse would bring


SAME FREEDOMS/ I IEditorial 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal them That good night luck., no guards were stationed on the city wall After all

12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, was quiet and the population was asleep, someone opened a door on
the side of the wooden horse and out came Ulysses and the best of
Also on all Holy Days
armed and ready to fight. The city were
Catholic Services at St. Edward's his warriors, gates openedto
let In other Greeks who had returned under cover of darkness.
and Naval
Chapel, NATTC
Armed Forces Members, Hospital This is the legendary strategy used to conquer the city of Troy.

The tactics of evil are just as sinister. The Initial temptation seems

SUNDAY MASS Innocent enough and shows nothing of the ultimate tragedy that will

And Their FreedomsIs 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital materialize as the final result of yielding to temptations. In our dally

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- lives, we do well to stop and calculate what Is the final result of

ward's Chapel compromising with ideals. Compromise frequently leads to repudiationof
freedom In the Armed Forces different from freedom In
any honored. has
which thatit
that one once Many a young man thought
civilian life? DAILY MASS was just Innocent fun to let down his morals a fathom or two.
Many men In service are sure that It Is. Some will go so far as
and
led and there
This temptation to more more daring, finally was
there Is little freedom In the Armed Forces that a 11:30 St.Edward's Chapel
to say or no ; a.m.
broken home and
the reaping of ruined health, a remorse enoughto
his freedoms when he uniform.. But
0* civilian gives up puts on a a MONDAY & TUESDAY last the rest of life. Some men thought It was fun to gamble a bit
few moments' reflection convince us that this Is not true.
may
to break the boredom of monotonous routine, but the gambling fever
Some of our basic freedoms remain entirely unaffected whenwe 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC
Increased until It reduced them to paupers and they discovered them-
enter the Armed Forces: we retain the right to vote, to wor-
FRIDAY selves as bankrupt derelicts. A man fails to control his temper, and
ship AS we please to own and to read we
property any newspaper
one day discovers that he has lost his job, cruelly hurt his best
wish. 12:05 U.S. Naval Hospital
p.m. friend his before those whose friend-
or people
damaged standing
The freedoms that are affected by military service are those
SATURDAY ship ,counted most. The instances could be multiplied, but the point
of and these not
Involving public expression personal opinion, are
would be the When that harmless Horseof
abolished but only restricted somewhat more than they are In civilIan 9:00: a.rn. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY same: you see looking Trojan
life. evil, stop to consider the ultimate result of dragging It Into your
life.
Military life requires a more stringent limitation of these free-

doms than most civilian jobs, but that Is only because the man In 7:00: p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -

service carries a greater responsibility than most, civilians. He Masses
following: '
Is a member of the executive branch of the Government, under the Catechism Classes: GradeSchoolSATURDAY VA-35 Holds A. Top slot on the Senior

President of the United States, and Is directly responsible for the Watch Officer's available fordutylist.
security of the Nation. His freedoms have to be restricted where

the free exercise of them wouldlnterferewlth that job. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities Junior Changeof B.. Permanant Number 2 In

Hence his freedoms are restricted to that extent. But they are building 722
and four plane formation.
not sary.denied and they are not restricted any further than Is neces- CommandA


There Is nothing to stop a serviceman from voting for or againstthe Change of Command cere-
President In an election, or from arguing In private conversation Traffic
mony usually consists of one ,
and from his duties about and X Y Ak
apart military me rights commanding officer relieving an- N
wrongs of his policies. These are his rights as a citizen and a ViolationsThe other. But Attack Squadron 35

voter, and since the exercise of them does not violate military did things a little different last

discipline In any way, the Armed Forces have no desire to Inter- Friday as the squadron's Junior

fere with It. following Is a report of Officer was relieved as Junior
The serviceman of today Is carrying on a time-tested tradition.To motor vehicle! accidents and traf- Officer.

the defense of American liberty he has, for the time he is in fic violations for the period July Lieutenent
(j.g.) R.H. Marron
the service, pledged certain of the individual freedoms he enjoyedas 26 through August L has been the junior officer
a civilian. He can do so with full confidence that the pledge will since he ever
reported aboard
Number Of AccidentsThis in
be redeemed. (AFPS) March
1963. It isn't the posi-
week July 26 through sitlon but the length of time in w

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>b August 4 this job that makes Lt. (j.g.)
Total Accidents this year Jim Merkle's
arrival
through August 1 . 147 occasion for the Black Panthers.a special I RELIEVE YOU SIR'-H. i j.g.,;
Jim Merkle relieves It. jg
Number of Accidents through |
Lt.
(j.g.) Marron's orders read
August 1963 . . 188 in part: H. Marron as the lunior Officei.
Total number of days since "You will consider yourself of \//'..35. It. j.g. Marron has

last Injury in vehicle accident relieved as the Junior Officerof held the post for the past year

. . . 2 VA-35. You will also con- Navy Photo by 1.W. Patrick,

Number Of ViolationsThis sider yourself relieved of the PH AN

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week . . 48

Speeding . . 3
Reckless Driving . 2
Going through Stop Sign 3 JAX AIR NEWS: ,

Other Violations . .35


Twenty-four drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat distributed the JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

the meeting held on August Jacksonville each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air station

3. Disposition of the cases Include private Firida' by the Holt Publishing Company, a
firm.
the following: five lost driving NESS COP submitted for use in the JAX AIR

W.G. Sapp, E.H. Russell, of Shop 6201, and W.O. Hirks of Methods and parking privileges aboard Box 9.must NAS be Jacksonville Carded to the Service Information Office,

and Standards, together with Bob Griffin of Materials laboratorynot the station for various periods; publication. News items by 12:00: noon on Monday before
are welcomed from aU sourC6S-
available for picture' have developed a process for cleaning one was assigned to completean Telephone EV.97711, Ext. 8162.
eight hour course In remed-
T-58 engine rompressor rotors and compressor stator vanes which ial instructions four Advertisements solicited by the pubUsher and querie'directed
Driving concerning
.. have resulted in a savings of $107,660.61) for the third and fourth ; such should be to the Holt Publlshin
-r were given suspended penalties; Company, 4724 ClYde ..
of fiscal 1964. The Drive Jacksonville 8, FloridaI -
quarters process uses aBendix ultrasonic cleaner. seven were given warnings; one Telephone 359-4010 or 3590271.
This not only reduced damage to parts during disassembly but was dismissed; and seven were

speeded up the cleaning rycle. This is a typical example of the referred to commanding officers VOL. 22 NO. 23 AUGUST 6, 1964

Value Analysis technique of seeking new methods and processes. for possible disciplinary action.





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:, High Honors Achieved By Marine Bks.Story (i I

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& Photos by Harold Benson, SN I

With an "Outstanding" the Marine Barracks on the Naval Air Naval Station, provide men for (

Station Jacksonville, achieved the high grade, which only two other honor guards, funeral details and
shore establishments of the Atlantic Fleet were able to gain, in many of the flag raising cere-

the Annual Proficiency... Inspection of January 1964. monies.
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some seventy-live of the one Physically the Marines drillat

hundred and thirty-five Marine least twice a week, run an

Barracks personnel received this outlined course of some two to

honor with an appropriate entry three miles once each quarter k.

In their service records which and participate In numerous per-

said in effect: "The consider- sonal physical exercises to keepIn

able improvement which resultedIn top physical shape.

this year's outstanding per- Each year the marksmen tab-
formance stemmed from numerous ulating the highest scores In the

w hours of training and exer- rifle and pistol qualifications are 4
cises which were added to nor- awarded a trophy and their names

mal operational requirements.The are Inscribed on a marksman
degree of success directly kq iY''VYF honor board located In the Bar-

paralleled the cooperation, enthusiasm P racks Administration building.

and responsibilitywhich CPL WILLIAM ALLEN and Sgt. Each time one passes throughthe
PFC COGER holding the GYSGT R. A. TAFOLLA instructing
rope -
and other Air Station's main he
participants
you James C. Tant running from the gate
for LCpl Thacker during phase demonstrated. This command Barracks in will be greeted by a snappy salute PFC. Henry Scott in rite pro
response to an unauthorized -
of the physical readiness test. has proudly reaped the credit of and a cheerful greeting.Just per procedure for executing: a
alarm in the AUW
-- smile and: say "HF back. pull-up.
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your efforts and In turn I take

j : pleasure In commending you personally -
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cellence, your "can-do" attitude
and for accomplishing the mis-
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sion." y

The one hundred and thirty y
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.r' Marine Barracks, under the .. ..
direction of their Commanding

Officer, Major B. Lubka and the

ft Executive Officer, Captain W.G.

Smith, provide a wide varietyof
security forces for the Naval
) Air Station.

A portion of these forces include -

a twenty-four hour main-

gate guard whichconslsts of three

posts with ten different menpar-

SGT. J J. C. TANT directing members of the standby relief leavingthe ticipating. Two men are postedon

I Marine Barracks area in response to an unauthorized alarmin the rush hour gates. A RELIEF of the guard'prior to being posted. f"
They provide security mea-
the AU W Complex
sures for the AUW Complex near

... M-- LBJ AnnouncesNew guards for the Fleet IntelligenceCenter
Europe Chasers and the
Warden for the Station Brig.

LongRangeRecon Personnel l In these three areas
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are rotated between the jobs to i ro -v

Jet Plane A insure complete versatility.
Administratively the Barracks .4 5,

handles all the Marine per-
Washington (AFPS) Develop- sonnel who enter the Naval Hos- rE rES

opment 01 a new long-range stra- ; pital (from this Naval District

tegic reconnaissance plane, Supply the fleet with men to man
SR-71, capable ot speeds In excess -
the posts on board the ships at
of three times the
speedof
A
Mayport, receive and discharge
sound and altitudes of 80,000
from'the
all personnel Latin
Beet has been announced by Pres-
American Embassy duty, train
Idem Johnson.The the alert security force for the 2L-
SR-71 aircraft, using the __ _
advanced observation NURSERYThe
most Cpl. WILLIAM R. STICILLE and
equipment will provide the stra- Naval Air Station Nursery
Sgt. Windsor L. 'Irby going over
tegic forces oi the United States located in Building 560 on Child
GYSGT. R A. TAFOLLA inspect. administrative procedures. H
with an outstanding long-range Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on
reconnaissance capability. ing LCpl D. J, Lyon's rifle at an Sunday morning. Parents attend "Any time a public event can- .

Using the same J-58 engine as informal guard mount prior to ing Sunday Masses or Protestant not be handled by the public press, ...

the experimental Interceptor his being posted. services may leave young there Is something amiss." ,;t..
previously announced, the SR-71 children in the nursery without Clayton Fowler Criminal Bar rrrzii

will be substantially heavier and charge. Association. Dallas, Texas.
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longer range. I
The heavier gross weight per- RETIRING? II
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mits it to accomodate the multiple .. .

reconnaissance sensors .., or being released from I CENTRAL OR f I
the Air
needed by Strategic
active duty this year? I II
Command (SAC) to accomplish

strategic reconnaissance mIS- Prestige national corpora- I GATOR LANES I r rI

sions In a military environment.The tion offers good starting j' i
first operational aircratt salary, plus bonus to past I 1838 CASSAT AVENUE Phone EV 4-4556 I II 74."

will begin flight testing in early USN officer having recent- I 4316 BRENTWOOD AVE. Phone PO 8-2595 I II
1965 and deployment produc-- ly served at one of local
tion units to SAC will begin shortly Navy Installations. No tra- I 24 Newly modernized lanes Fully air-conditioned II
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thereafter, the President said. vel extensive training and FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities I SltmprlrRot aryrwa
Emphasising that the SR-71 office provided. ( Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work I prove tint alt of tie ko.
mrffMr u not mrrJfJ. jut .
Is the most advanced -
atrcrait THIS COUPON
system BRING
Position will be discussedby I FREE GAME
aircratt in the world, the FOR ONE I few ipott will da.

President said "the plane will preliminary phone I WITH TWO PAID GAMES, ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. I
interview. To marls
perceive a capacities
be used periods or mIli- ...... ..
during I KIYII.R; LEA: <..U'S0"; ; : OKMINti; and instruct or inspire him In the
tary hostilities and in other sit- CALL 353.9718 Itt (;|STI.:It NOW: Iti.:I'ORE IT'STOO LATE:! I development the and the
training
uations in which the U.i>, mIli-
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Aug.12Civilian _e
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employees have nominated try p 4Sf
candidates to represent
them during the coming year on
Employees' Councils, Civilian
Employee Food Services Board '
Civilian Employees Recreationand r

L. C. Zilla, Olficer-in-Charge of the Navy Finanre Oifire, con- Welfare Association and the -wad
of the Employees' -
gratulates J. L. Jilek, DKC, W. E. Dennett, and E. T. Srhultz upon Board of Trustees
Mutual Death Benefit
their completion of the Supervisor Development Course recently
Society. The names of the nom-
.' -offered by IRD. Out of a class of 45 they finished 5th, 3rd, and inees have been prominently displayed -

2nd respectively. on bulletin boards. On 1 a a
Wednesday 12 August 1964, ballots -

will be cast to determine Captain John R. Mackroth, Commanding Officer, NAS Jacksonville,
EDGEWOOD which of the nominees are e-
Pad lected. was welcomed aboard by the senior civilians ata special lunrheon

1630 held at the civilian cafeteria last Thursday. In the photo above,
A & W DRIVE-IN Since Naval Air Lodge ,
International Association of Machinists Captain Mackroth bnd Leonard B. Eubanks, Industrial Relations

OTB866 has been granted exclusive Officer, view the cake specially prepared for the occasion.
N. EDGEWOOD AYE.. EV 4.3471TR
recognition for the unit
Y THE BURGER
FAMILY. of ungraded non-supervisory em-
4 DIFFERENT SIZES! ployees, no Employees' Councils Nuclear Task Force Begins
A SIZE FOR EVERY APPETITE A PRICE FOR EVERY PURSE will be elected within this unit.

BEST EVER! Classified employees of the Data
ICE COLD ROOTBEER SERVED IN FROSTED MUG Processing Systems Department, Around The World VoyageWashington
curity Department have nominated -

employees to serve on Em-
ployees' Councils. Employeesare (AFPS) The world's first nuclear task force has
urged to study the list of begun a two month around-the-world cruise In an effort to Improvethe
candidates which has been post- Navy's mobility and logistic capabilities.Since .
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND ed, to determine who they wantto May, the three ships making the cruise--the aircraft carrier
THE BEACHES represent them. USS Enterprise, the guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach and
the guided missile frigate USS
Bainbridge -- have been trainingwith Commenting on Operation Sea
momo the U.S. Sixth Fleet In the Orbit a Navy spokesman said,
The worst sin towards our Mediterranean.The "While we have had experience
rI? fellow creatures is not to hate ships, designated Task in :steaming nuclear submarines
them but to be indifferent to Force One, began their cruise around-the-worla we have not
them; that's the essence of inhumanity titled Operation Sea Orbit after had comparable experience with

entering the Atlantic Ocean nuclear surface task groups. We
1 through the Straits oC( Gibraltar. hope to gain experience in oper-

ating on a long voyage, steam-
ing as a seiP-contained nuciear
CONVENTION task group, free of logistic: sup-

FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) IRi CO, SPECIALlTHE port."Since the Navy IS so frequently -
called to utilize: Its: cap-

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7c d .w Guilty Or Not Guilly I ..I of family time, polite keeping; and me spends clean a and lot (j

glossy. I guess you'd have to
.m a say he's one swell fellowthatis
You Be The
Judge until he gets behind my wheeL
I don't know what my wheel is
made of but touching It suddenly

NAS, Pensacola, Fla.NA( VNEWS)..."As an automobile, I resent transforms him.
7 some of the things people have been saying about me. Take "You know what I mean. He
for example, that headline In the paper which read, "Automobiles begins to abuse all my safety
Killed 43,600 In 1963." And there's a legislator who Is introduc- features by taking reckless
ing a bill to outlaw me because of all the destruction I cause." chances and relying on my extra
"Know what I'm going to do? power to get him out of jams
Plead not guilty, that's what. nation planned and constructed he himself creates.
And Fm asking you to be the them that way. "He gets his biggest kick out
/fr1'a judge." "But take a look at the fellow of "beating" the other guy. It
"Here's my case." who controls me. He has alovely. Inflates his ego. I don't know
I' "I am the pride of my parents -wife and three kids. He'san why, reaiJy. He didn't create ,"'_ ..._
because rm so much safer than upstanding citizen, good to his (Continued on Page 7))
they were. I have the safest
tires ever made, safety paddingon GET AMISSILE

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brakes. I respond to my acceler-
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"0" ClubThursday CPO Club Acey DuceyClub

Charles McGrath of Com Fair-

c Jax Staff. The citation was presented August 6 Thursday, August 6
_! for his work in the Pro. Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m.
duction Organization, NationalSe.urity Dinner 6-9 p.m. Steak Cook- Happy Hour Thursday, August 6
".:. Agency from November out on Pool Patio Friday, August 7
Hour
Happy 4:30-6:30
4 Y 1961 to December 1963 Friday, August 7 : p.m.
Mark Castle
Dance to
and read in part: ". Exercising Friday, August 7
Happy Hour 3:30-6: p.m. S'
a high degree of profes Saturday, August
Dinner 6-9 p.m. Johnny Arnold "4"
,-, sional skill, knowledge, and Bud Clark Quartet Dance to Cappy's ComboSunday

k, a leadership distinguished, LCDR McGrath himselfby repeatedly Saturday, August 8 August.9Dance Saturday, August 8

his notable accomplishments Dinner 6-9 p.m. to Johnny Arnold "4" Phil Cay and the Chantels
Arnold "4"
RADM Robert Goldwaithe presents and significant contributions to Johnny Monday, August 10 Sunday, August 9
. .. the Joint Service Commendation the national intelligence effort. Sunday, August 9 Game Night 5:30-7:30: p.m.
Medal I to LCDR Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs of Pizza Night March Wilson and the Redcoats
Beef Steamship round 11
Tuesday, August
Monday, August 10

DR. B.W. ROBERTS Happy Monday Hour 3:30-8, August p.m. 10 Happy Hour Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.

OPTOMETRISTAnnounces Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buf- Wednesday, August 12 Tuesday, August 11
fet on pool patioTuesday Dance to Playboys
August 11 Game Night 7:30-9:30 p.m.

THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRYIN Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Wednesday, August 12
THE Dinner 6-9 p.m. (French) Bluejackets Inn

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I EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES I Chicken on pool patio with music Open USO Notes
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Thursday, August 6
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MoviesMovies will be shown regularly Crew sViews Wave ; ; ""I.


at 7 p.rn. Monday through Sat- By Kay Leljedal Ad 'SectionAds ,

urday. '...... '.... ,.. .. .. ".. .....
NATTC will have two feature "Out with the old and in with ittll1tgtt\ :\? times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on the new, An old adage, but true."
Saturdays and Sundays. The Among those gone (to civilianlife
hospital will have one featureon The question for this week's ) were Jo Ann Richter, RM3, should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Sundays at 7 p.m. Crew's Views is: Are you satisfied and FAETU's Vicki Lovell, Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
The Mainside theatre will stay with the new pay raise? TDAN. The space left wasn't Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -

the same except (for the evening CWO J.H. Lazenby, NAS Com- empty long as E.E. ST.Clair, too late for this deadline will be published the fol-
feature which will begin at 7:30 munications--I I think It should BMAA, welcomed aboard two new lowing week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .

p.m. These are subject to change. have been a little more, but arrivals: Elsie Draughon, AA, check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
little bit from NAS and received WITH the copy for the ad.
6 every helps. I hope Glynco, Honorita
Thursday, August
that next year it will be given Capell, SA, from RTC-W Bain- DO NOT SEND CASH.
Mainside If a Man Answers deeper consideration bridge. Hope you enjoy your RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $LOO
Per additional line words line . . 35
Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin Bunyan Boatwright, AK2 of stay with usl I -((4 per-) -
- tri -
NATTC Torpedo Bay James ComFairJax Staff SupplyIthinkthe Now and then we are visited
Mason, Lilli Palmer motive behind the raise is by reserves doing their stint SEWING MACHINES 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to

Hospital King Kong vs God- outstanding. I also like the auto- of active duty at Jax. At pre- Brand New NecchI "Supernova." NAS. $50 down, $50 month. Call

zilla Michael Keith, Harry matic Increase of the raise as sent one such person Is SPAR Zig-zag attachments,etc$88.00. Art Powell USN, Retd. withCol-
Holcomb one climbs higher up the lad- Kay Forrest, a YN1 from Mi- 562 S. Edgewood Ave. Phone mery Wilkinson Realtors. 264-
ami, who will be attending :Yeo- 389-5543. 6144 or 353-3671.
Friday, August 7 der.H.R.. Reynolds, ADCS FAW-11 man Training school with her

Mainside Wall of Noise Suz- Staff--I'm perfectly satisfied, unit until Sept. Her comment: FOR SALEInc.. Prop duplex FURN APTS 557 Oak. Studio
anne Pleshette. Ty Hardin until next year. "Terrific." 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml NAS. OWn- apt. $45 no. 4; 3 rm apt

NATTC If a Man Answers Lt. (jg) W.D. Rhodes, VP-18-- NAS Communications bid fare- er 7718697. $50 no. 6, clean &. comf.

Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin Trn not real Impressed about it, well to RMCA Mary K. Mosley EV 89886.

Hospital Torpedo Bay James but it's better than nothing. when she left for duty at Nav-
UNFURN APT. FOR RENT -
CommSta FURN APT. Lake Shore -
Norfolk.
those
Mason, Lilli Palmer Navy Wives messages coming Chief Keep I Already small, cool Ig yard, $45 mo. Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apu,'3BR,

Saturday, August 8 departed for a change of scen- mil (urn 389-4275. kit equip. 3 mi NAS, $115 mo.

Mainside Dr. StrangelovePeter Club #86 ery is Latrell Miller, SA, who Owner 771-8697.

Sellers, George Scoter transferred to NAS Pensacolato FURN APT near NAS, him
NATTC Wall of Noise Suz- Members of the Board Navy be with her Corpwave sister. gar apt. 1 BR, $55, air cord, Danish FOR SALE modern- Living rm set,
Wives Club Jax #86, met last School bells rang and back to maid servo 384-6288. : couch, 2 chairs
anne Pleshette, Ty Hardin & 2 table
lamps, $65. 8297.
ext.
Wednesday evening at their clubhouse school again were Maile Kauhane,
Hospital If a Man Answers -
Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin on the Naval Station, to Colette Stokes, Ava Herron, and SOBER GENTLEMAN WANTS SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE.
discuss matters pertaining to Roberta Andraud. The girls, lodging near NAS. Phone 529-
Sunday, August 9 Bingo and Snack Bar. all SA's, attended a oneweekIBM 8181 or write PO Box 275, Pen- Has MODEL balance Original price over$300
The and Snack Bar school $62 or reliable party
Bingo Anyone check the Farms Fla.
Mainside A Very Private Affair ney assume $7
mo. Does
Chairman and their Committees, report cards? payments.
Brigitte Bardot, Mar- all fancy designs, zig-zagstitch-
presented the various problems That's all for now;but remem-
cello Mastroianni encountered In running these club ber, until next time SMILE. 1959 MERCEDEZ for sale 220S Ing. Call 353-1946 nice or day,
NATTC Dr. Strangelove Peter projects; rules and regulationswere 4 door sedan. Phone NAS, ext. will deliver, no obligation. A-l
Sellers, George Scott read and suggestions madeto 272 or 656, Lcdr McClure. Sewing Machine Exchange.
Hospital Wall of Noise Suz-
Pleshette Hardin assist the Chairmen with their until some day my shiny fenders
anne
Ty
duties. Mrs. Joseph Hagen is FRA 91 Hosts Guilty or Not Guilty? may be marred and twisted and

Monday, August 10 Bingo Chairman assisted by Mrs. my slick paint job stained with
Henry J. Wernet. Mrs. Wm. (Continued from Page 5))
Mainside Showdown Audie red."Will
Brown and Mrs. Gregg Lucas me so why should he feel so it be my fault? That's
Murphy, Kathleen Crowley run the Snack Bar. Teenage DanceBranch cocky about performance. for you to judge.
NATTC A Very Private Affair -
Last Thursday a Ward party "So on he goes--breaking the "Before you do I wish to
say
Bardot Mar-
cello Mastroianni Brigitte was sponsored by the navy wives, rules--speeding up to beat the that there's only one thing wrong
at the U.S. Naval Hospital Mem- 91 of the Fleet Reserve traffic lights, following too close with automobiles. It's people.
Hospital Dr. Strangelove Peter bers participating in serving refreshments Association is currently and overdriving his headlights "The defense rests."

Sellers, George Scott were Mrs. Kendall sponsoring a dance for all teen-

Tuesday, August 11 Kerns, Mrs. Charles Yeager, agers on Sundays from 1400) Your very own EFPSReport
Mrs. James Wayne and Mrs. R. 1700.
Mainside Black Sabbath-Boris
KredelL The "Travelers,"with John,
NATTCShowdownAudieMur Karloff, Mark Damon Board meeting was held last Ronnie and John K playing gui- Answers

Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L, tars, Jim on the sax and Pat
phy, Kathleen
Crowley Burgess. Recommendationsmade on drums, provide music for ,
Hospital A Private Af-
Very at this meeting were the ocassion.
Vital
fair Bardot Mar-
cello Mastroianni Brigitte brought to the assembly at the The dance is held at the Branch
regular meeting on Wednesday Clubhouse at 8554 Roose-

Wednesday, August 12 evening at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse velt Blvd. Admission is $.50
MainsideWheelerDealersJa aboard the Naval Station.Chairmen's per person. Soft drinks, hot QuestionsElectronic
report were given dogs, hamburgers and pizza are
NATTC mes Garner, Lee Remick and the membership voted on the sold at nominal prices.
Black Sabbath Boris
constitutional changes that will Chaperons for the dance include Family Programming Service
Karloff
Mark Damon
be brought up at the National members of the Ladies
Hospital Showdown Audie
Murphy, Kathleen Convention in October. Auxiliary, parents of the boysin How much Insurance do w* really need?
Crowley Plans are being made to honor the band, and members of Do we have enough Insurance now?
Capt. and Mrs. J.R. Mackroth, Branch 91. No alchollc beveragesare
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48 Lunn US Marine ;
We Can Corps on July
People SSgt LunuIJSMCRetired 3.With Rep. Bennett For
Mrs Lunn, the former
Do Without Betty Lou Overton, and the four
Lunn children proudly watching,
who 3A Flight DeckHazardous
Drivers( disregard uncontrolledlntersectlons..chlsel pedes- July the Sargeant was honored by his
tian right-of-way at
shipmates at FICEUR with whomhe
on the yel- depiction of the retired military has served since Septemberof
low llghu..turn on straight- man as a disciple of the 1963. Presented to SargeantLunn Pay
4727 Son Juan through arrows..make sharp left principles of patriotism and ded- was an engraved wall clock
Phone 384-5352 turns In front of pedestrians so ication so well-learned In a ser- and a scroll expressing his appreciation Washington, D.C. There Is
that If the pedestrian does not vice career highlighted the cere- of the members of the a pressing need for Incentive pay
t SPECIAL FOR AUGUST$15OOPERMANENT stop short It can be said he monies attendant to the retire- command for his long and faithful for the performance hazardous
walked into the vehicle..dash ment of Staff Sargeant William V. service_ country. and Corps. duty on the flight deck of an air-
WAVE up to red lights at such speed craft carrier, says U.S. Rep.
t COMPLETE for $8.50 that fearful pedestrians don't Charles E. Bennett, of Jackson-
knew whether they Intend to or ville.
$2.50 BEAUTY BONUS"Shampoo
can stop..barge out of alleys "These officers and enlistedmen

.... & Set for $2.00 without stopping at the sidewalk who perform duties on the
$2.00 HAIRCUT for $1.50 lIne..back over crosswalks when A f h10 flight deck of an aircraft car-
unable to see what Is behind M rier during flight operations are
them..stop full length on a cross- constantly In danger of Injuryor
APPOINTMENT NECESSARY walk while even loss of their "
to to pick up a passenger lives,
THURSDAY EVENINGS pedestrians walk around them... Bennett said, "and as one mem-
BY APPOINTMENT atop full length on crosswalks ber of the House Armed Ser-
JACKIEWILLIAMSFormerlyof at stop signs regardless of pedestrians vices Committee, I hope some-
t
Jackie's Salon, Blanding t about to cross..block thing can be done about It In
Blvd. sidewalks at entrances tocrowded ; this session of Congress."
..... parking garaees..- eiJr p Bennett said he had made a
study of the need for a pay Increase -
ATTENTIONall for those personnel who
work In close proximity to mov-
ing aircraft, and who are exposed -
Navy Personnel to jet Intake, jet blasts,
; propeller wash, whirling propel-

; .. lers, flying objects and aircraft
crashes and fires.
"The record Is full of Inci-
l .
., -ss i"; William Lunn receives a scroll from CDR Clair McGuire, dents where these men have been
Involved In accidents which have
Executive Officer of FICEUR, commemorate his long and faith-
: resulted In loss of eyesight, limbs
x ful service to and LTCOL
country Corps. Lyle Stephenson stands
and other damage to their bodies,
! with Mrs. Lunn and the couple's children as they watch the re- Including many fatalities," Ben-

tirement ceremony. nett said. "Statistics compiled
during 1960 and 1961 show that

POWELL PLYMOUTH .. duty on the flight deck of an
attack carrier or an antisubmarine -
IS LEADING THE WAY WITH carrier during flight opera-

tions Is one of the most hazardous -
types of duty In the Navy.
"As to fatalities It ranks next
after duty Involving flying, and
as to Injuries It ranks first."
Bennett said he would makea
strong attempt to Include Incentive -
pay for this type of dutyat
the earliest possible date.
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Reconnaissance ET-: : ChaneyBurlingtonHonored Armless Woman :



Attack Wing One .r At Runs Telephone i


New Designation July CeremoniesRobert '1


Chaney,ABH3,was SwitchboardThe
Santord Heavy Attack Wing named Heavy Photographic

One, the carrier air torce based Squadron Sixty-Two "Sailor of job of operating the tele-
I at the Santord Naval Air Station the Month" for the month of phone =switchboard at the GOOd-

went out ot business the other July In ceremonies held Friday will Industries plant in St. Petersburg -

day after nearly 10 years In the July 3LChaney Is heid by a young woman
I same location.At J] who has no arms.
,. received a letter of She is Mrs. Bonnie Beucher
the same time Reconnais- w commendation from Squadron
who operates a Leich 55 auto-
ance Attack Wing One openedup. Commanding Officer, J. D. matic switchboard with her toes

Same faces, same places; Stufflebeem, commending him for handling an average 01 BOO calk:
I just a new name. In capital let outstanding professional per- dally on 30 extensions and nine
ters It looks like this: RE- : ;; formance, leadership ability, and trunk tines.

CONNAISSANCE ATTACK WING *c'tWHAT'LL ; '
ONE. havior. armless, mastered the complicated -

The new title reflects the I DO? Li. j.g.> P. R. Allen, Training Officer of VA.35, W.F. Bulllngton, AMS2, was board alter one days in-
Wings new mission all-weather r.ouldn'tquite decidewhattosoy whenhelanded his plane, walked selected as the Photo squadron's struction. Goodwill official say
tactical reconnaissance from a into the squadron's hangar and found his Volkswagon sitting there "Plane Captain of the Month." it takes from two to three daysto
base and old received letter of teach the average woman how
shore or sea an Bullington a
painted bright International with the squadron's "Black
one, all-weather bombing, Doth a orange commendation which read In part, to operate the board.CEDAR .
Panther" painted on the doors. Lt. ''j.g.) Allen's VW has long beena
ot which can now be pertormedby "your selection for this award
standing squadron joke due to the condition it was in. Lt. ''j.g.I based
the same aircraft on any given was on your outstanding
flight. Allen made one comment. "How'll I drive this to town?" (Navy ability In maintaining your assigned -

Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSN) aircraft In a high degree -
The aircraft Is the twin-jet of readiness. Moreover,

RA-5C Vigilante, which 1 Is Orions Arrive your proficiency and Initiative In
equipped with the most versatile new record for prop-driven air- line functions have all contributedto
reconnaissance and bombing systems (Continued from Page 1)) craft between Los Angeles and the success of this squadron's

ever placed within a single automatic electronic brains. Paris. Average speed duringthe assigned mission.
airframe. The RA-5C can col- The mighty "Orion" will be flight was 379 knots.
LI .
lect a wide variety ot radar or used by VP-16 primarily In the -

optical pnotos, and perform elec- complex task of detecting, track-

tronic countermeasures even Ing, and If necessary, destroying WOd : I
while Irs streaking to a tar- hostile submarines. Secondary ) (H A AUTO PARTS

get with a bomb load. missions Include mine laying operations -

shipping surveillance,
Each squadron will change its and air search and rescue. THIS WEEKS SPECIALTACHOMETER HILLS
name trom "Heavy Attack Squad- The "Orion" demonstrated Its LIST PRICE t ,
ronto Iteconnalssance ELECTRICONE --
quick reaction mobility recentlyby $42.50 Your
Attack Squadronand its abbreviation flying non-stopfrom Van Nuys, WEEK ONLY $20.95 .ry
from "VAH--4f to California Paris France In i-::>>' NeighborhoodUSED
to t ' "RV AH-- upon receipt of. its COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ,
14 ,hours and\ 17, JI1iputesa !
first RA-5C. ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES N ., CAR
RVAH-1, RV AH-j; RVAH-5 i : rDEALER
DAREs COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
and RVAH-9 have already taken WHERE\ I i f Specializing in
_
this step. .DARE OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30 PM a: .J CLEAN
The name change was actuallya .yoU
CARS
p A
little slow In coming. The SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00 PM GARY

first RA-5C was received atNAS 18 THE RU\ WOODY McCULLERS USN RET. BLACKWELL

Sanford eight months ago. One 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1700 HIGHWAY 17 62 BUICK . . $1395
ot the squadrons RVAH-5, was
fully equipped and deployed to t JACKSONVILLE 10, FLA. ORANGE PARK, FLA. t Special, 2 Dr., R&H Air cond.

the Pacific with RA-5C's more Y..' ''t \ PH. 388-8031 387-7031. Ph. 264-9513&2649514 Extra, Extra Clean.

than a month But who can OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD. 61 IMPALA. . . $1595
ago.
keep up with a plane tnat goes .. :/ .gik,_.., t J JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ph. 72S-8644&725-8645 t 4 dr. hardtop, R&H, power steering .
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twice the speed of sound any- .. .J r<'" 1'i. and brakes, factory air con-
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way ./ .. .' ditioning.
Even Shakespeare was aware .'. .,< '.. 61 PONTIAC . .. $1495
that this name business is not r Convertible, auto. trans., R&H,

all roses. power steering and brakes, niceas
Heavy Attack Wing One was FRANKIE
YOU CAN'TLOSE
commissioned in Norfolk, Va., J'.;. ','' AVALON new.
61 MG ROADSTER . $1195
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in 1951. It moved to NAS San- : :. ,;j
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tord in 1955. Through the years "ANNETTE" I THIS Radio and Heater 4 speed

the Wing provided long-range / J#; FUNICELlO trans. Excellent condition!

bombers tor 11 carriers or the 61 IMPALA . . $1495
MONEY!!
Atlantic Fleet. MARTHA HYER Sport Coupe, V-8, Auto trans.

Now Reconnaissance Attack '. .".. LJ R&H, Extra, Extra Extra clean.

Wing One will lend its expanded 61 FORD . . $995
capabilities to carriers ot both r,1 < ....it's in 8 shift
: 7' cylinder, R&H straight ,
the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. *fit.; '" air conditioned.

) "l'",< ; TRAVELERSCHEQUES 60 ENGLISH FORD . $595

I ,'. ,,' t.< 4 speed transmission, R&H

WESCONNETTFURNITURE ? 59 MERCEDES BENZ. ...$1295
CO. <:' Model 219, 4 doorsedan, Radio
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5328 Wesconnett Bl vd at 103rdNEW&USED This kind of money is Impossible to lose --- actually we and Heater. Extra. Extra Cleanl

mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers FULL YEAR WARRANTY
Cheque issued to you. Best way there is to carry money BANKFINANCINGACKLEN

MR CONDITIONER when you're traveling.If .

AND FURNITURE you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way---buy

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REPOSSESSIONSBargains --- /. '.... Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
Galore I .....: -.2 .". ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS
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Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 PRICE
COME IN AND BROUSE -tomorrow-
OPEN 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANKUS 3719 BLANDING BLVD.
PHONE SP 1.0750 Across front Cedat Hills Shop.Or
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Jax Navy Cops Two ;.J4XAIp: ::: : ... :.S'" J P' .0'R'J'5' ,..; Navy Skeetmen



Games From Hunter AFBThe f.mewsShell: : :: .. .............,'{.. ),. ... ....... ..,. ..,.....;...,..: :.,. :: Cop Honors At
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Jax Navy "dlamondmert" copped two games from a tough Orlando MeetThe
Hunter Air Force Team, this past week-end by the scores of 4-2 Crew Lost On

In the first game and 3-2 In the second game. Jax Navy Skeet shooters

Good pitching and timely hitting took the top honors at the skeet

paved Ac way for the Navy victories on four hits while Hunter scoredtwo St. John's River? ? shoot held at Orlando Air Force I

as In the first game lax runs on three hits. Base on August 1-2. \

Navy scored four runs on eight Duel Chinn of VP-30,homered Dr. R.L. Parsons, of NATTC I
hits, while Hunter scored 2 runs for :lax in the sixth Inning with By D.W. Warren, J02, USN Dental Department won the 410

on five hits. one on. In the Naval gauge event with a 44x50 score.In .
What ever happened to the only shell racing crew
The winning pitcher: for the The winning pitcher for the the 28 gauge event Dr. \
Services outside the Naval Academy?
Navy was Bobby Warner, of Navy was Roy McKlnney, ofFICEUR. through the back files of the Naval Air Technical Parsons broke a fine 49x50 and :
Recently going
.. FX:EUR, and the losing pitcherfor while Al Deshea took Training Center, Jacksonville Service Information Office, an item was tied by a new Jax Navy !
the Air Force was Pete the loss for the Ilinter squad. shooter Lee Hester, HM2 of ;.
was stumbled over and set the "nose for news" twitching.
Henry. This leaves lax Navy with a sea- : the NAS Medical Department.
The nose set off on ;
twitching
Home runs In the game were sons record of 13-1L a systematic search of old news caption released the same date Dr. Parsons won the 20 gauge !
hit by Moon Mullen for Jax Navyin Friday evening Jax Navy will release files. summed it up In three plain- event with a 49x50 and Hester
the fifth and Eric Hamcn take on the Cecil Field Navy two words "CLOSE AT FIRST" was the runner-up with a 48x50. "
The first release (the one that :
homered for Hunter in the sixth squad at Cecil Field, for a started the twitch)was dated Jan- Did the Marines finish? Warrant Officer E.C.Miller.of ,

Jax Navy woo the second game double header, while on Saturday 22, 1959. It mentioned The crew was forgotten by NAS Medical Department, brokea
by "heads up" field running on evening Sanford Navy will travel uary that NATTC's Marine Aviation NATTC 510 until May 7, 1959 fine 99x100 to take top honorsIn

the pan of Bobby Warner who to lax to play a double header Detachment would soon have what when journalistic fingers raced the all gauge event. )

played the second base position. here on Enterprise Field at 7 was probably the only Marine over typewriter keys and this Dr. Parsons took top honorsIn

lax Navy garnered three runs p.m.1esday night at 7:30 p.m. shell crew In the world and the prose ensued. the high over-all championship }
Painters Poultry will play hereat with 235x250.
a I
only Naval Services crew except "Soaring enthusiasm for shell
NAS at 7:30 p.m., also on Plans made for 1
are being a
this has
for the Naval Academy.It racing season opened
Enterprise Field. seems that Jacksonville Un- possibilities( of a Jax Navy Var- skeet shoot in the Jacksonville 1
CUARTERO This evening Thursday August donated an 8-man shell sity Crew next year"Interested area in the near future with the
iversity
6, FJCEUR and the AE School), Orlando Air Force Base team. '
HOMES Rollins College provided oars and men were asked to
of NATTC will off at
DESIGNED square Lt. Col W.P. Mitchell at the time contact Lt. CoL Mitchell but
INDIVIDUALLY 7:30 for the Station champ-
p.tn. Commanding Officer of MAD, they were sternly reminded that
RA 4-2519 ionship on Enterprise Field. generated the enthusiasm to get crew is a grueling sport and Golfers Picked

, refurnished with volun- workouts In the shell
First ClassGraduates the shell or on a
3 BR FULL TILE BATH
teer work and materials. rowing machine from 3 to 5 p.m.

59500 $55 oR This release also divulged the 3 days a week were required.The For 6ND Meet
(Continued from Page 1)) Information that Lt.CoL Mitchell "interested men" went

WM. C. CUARTERO Names of participants may be bad spearheaded the project quietly to workouts in the shellor !

2145 HOFFMAN ST.JACKSONVILLE submitted to the General Safety would coach the team and would t>n a rowing machine and At Pensacola

Office, BHg. 90'1, Ext. 756. be assisted by PFC Edward NATTC SIO promptly forgot about I
Christiansen with practice to them until March 24, 1960, when The "llnksters" picked to rep-
start when the weather allowed. the crew was the NAS Varsitycrew resent Jax Navy in the Sixth Naval -

\ February 12, 1959, marked with members from MAD, District( Golf Matches to be

another release with the only add NATTC. NAS,aid MARm. Com- held at NAS Pensacola, August I
"R ed information that the crew petition was keen for the eight 11-14 the South Atlantic Region- r

VVAL JMOTOMEWSEP would compete with small oars and the crew rowed 5 to als, August 17-20 held also at
colleges, and hoped to Inspire 10 miles every afternoon. A Pensacola and the All Navy
a'es 1 v. eL.t..01t Interest in other Service activ- six meet schedule was announced Matches to be held at Whidley
including as opponents the Naval Island Naval Air Station Washington -

lto ities.MAD's crew broke into the Academy, Amhurst, Rollins, August 24-26, are: In the
news again with a splash--er, Purdue AIC and Marietta.Companionship open league Lt. M. T, Hurst,
... "." tA the next occasion for mention of A/C Maint: Lt. J. P. McCart-

MAD's crew was a three crew with persons ney, HI, of VP-30; Lt. J. W.
wiser, better and more experi- of the andA.
Brough Dispensary;
T race on the St. Johns River.
enced than ourselves is inspiring(
The date of the release was Mar. B. Miller AMCS of VP-45.
and never fails to have a valuable
and the Naval Those representing Jax Navyin
26,1959, Academy
influence. It increases our faith,
the Senior division CWO4 -
air Middies over are
won two
by lengths
strengthens our moral fibers and
Jacksonville UniversIty. photo G. H. Jackson of Supply and
elevates air am-?.--
CWO-4 1B.. Miller, of Admin.Outstanding .


Sailors

CARS SPECIAL! Puhlick's(Continued Letter from Page of Commendation !) -

( noted that since reporting -

USED CARS SO CLEAN to NATTC onjuly, 1962,
THEY 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 1w he has been a definite asset to
THINK THEY'RE NEW! the Enlisted Personnel Office at

61 FORD ...... . S1295 62 TR-3. ... . $1495 w w w w w w w - -q NATTC. He has voluntarily assisted -
2 Dr. Hardtop V8. Auto. Roadster RAH. WSW Red with I PRESENT THIS COUPON AND RECEIVE { with entering leave and

trans. R&H. P. S. Solid Block Work Interior. 4 evaluation marks In Navy Enlisted -

63 FORD :. .... . S2395 62 FALCON : . S995 : } DELICIOUS BARBEQUE PORK 35* i: Service Records. Puhlick also -

9 Fallback V-8 Auto. trans., 2 Dr. Stand. Shift, R&H I SANDWICHES FOR ONLY I orders accounts for and
R&H, Power steering Red with stocks all supplies for NATTC's
I THIS OFFER GOOD ONLY AUGUST 6th THRU AUGUST 13th I
61 ENG. Military Personnel .
Red Interior. FORD 5675 Department.In

63 FORD .... . $2195 Station Wagon Heater. addition to his normal duties -

4 Dr. Sedan. V8. Auto. trans. 63 MONZA ....... $1795RAH. Puhlick has assisted the

Power Steer, Fact. Air 2 Dr.. 4 speed Radio, Heater Commanding Officer of the Coast
jT1E7'H i Guard Reserve Unit here with
62 FORD .... . $1595
clerical tasks several
62 FORD .... . $1595 on occa-
2-Dr. Hardtop, V-8 Auto. Fairlane '500' 2dr. RAH. V-8. sions.(
Trans. Radio, Heater, Power
Steering. Auto I rans. 1 CHURCH of CHRIST

57 SPORTSTER . $895 63 FORD .... . $2195XL'
5223 \ .
WESCONNETT BLVD.NER
TR-3. Both Soft A Hardtop Bucket Seats. RAH WSW NAS

Radio and Heater. Tires, 8 ryl., auto. trans. JUST OFF TIMUQUAM.

SUNDAYS:
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1 l' 11:00: ;\.\1.I WORSHIP
WitLOVIJ'/ 7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE
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6, 1964 AIR N'H. AGE 11 _



I Jax Flying Club Offers Inexpensive Learning, Fun I

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By Lt R.L. Sminky, USN

Mr. non-flyer, have you ever
fj -H had the urge to hop Into an air-

_____ plane, open up the throttle, and
fly Info the wild blue yonder? w
Have you,Mr.air-crewman,ever
felt the desire to take over the .
airplanes's controls? And you,
Mr. navy-pilot; have you ever
wanted the 'thrills and exper-
iences of piloting light aircraft,
or of taking family members with
you on your flights? Are you,
I'rfCItr'A'T$ '.34f' n'n his two-pluce primary avy training Mr. single-man, locking for RFECHCRAFT BONANZA MODEL 35 The Bonanza provides dub
plane enjoys the greatest popularity at the club. Maximum speed something constructive to do In members with an ideal 'four place rross-country aircraft. A good
I ik 188 m.p.h..; rruising speed is 167 m.p.h.The T-34P enables club your spare time? If you fill portion of the United States is within reach of a oneday flight in
members to enjoy the satisfaction that goes with piloting high. any of these descriptions, the this }160 m.p.h., 750 mile range aircraft.
performance aircraft. Jax Navy Flying Club may fulfill -
your desires.
The flying club was formed
IM Bowling SlatedTo and exists to provide the meansto rental rates are very reasonable.The monthly dues. By comparison,
fly, at reasonable expense, J-3 and PA-17 rent for $4, the average cost at a civilian
to off-duty military personneland the 150's for $5, the 172 and flying school will range between
10 their dependents.The T-34's for $7. and the Bonanzafor $700 to over $1000. The aver-
Begin August club facilities and air- $10 an hour. Cheaper rates age student obtains his licensein
craft are situated at Herlong cannot be found anywhere. The approximately six months, but
The first action In the Intra- Cockers--3 & 4--Pan Handlersvs. Airport, which Is located atHer- rental rates Include all expenses, this time span can be shortened
mural Bowling leagues will start Needlers & 6--ChIefs vs. long Rd. and Normandy Blvd., including the costs of gasolineand by concentrated effort. It you
this Monday, August 10, at the Neptunes-at 8:30 p.m.--alley's on the western outskirts of Jack oil. have ever entertained the notion
NAS Bowling lanes located in 1 & 2--Thunderheads vs. FICA sonville. The most frequently asked to fly, ao not pass up the opportunity -
Bldg. 3.Monday's. EUR1--3 & 4--CFJ vs. Elec- Meetings are held at 7p.m.every question by a non-fiying prospec- offered by your Sax
action, in the Amer- trons--and alley's 5 &. 6--Hel- Tuesday at the field and all tive member Is, "What do I haveto Navy Flying Club.
ican League, August 10--at 3:30: lions vs. VP45.Wednesday's prospective members are wel- do to obtain my private pilot Many club members utilize the
p.m. on alley's 1 & 2--Riggers action In the Con- come. In addition,club membersare license?" and "how much willit four-place 17z and Bonanza to
vs. Photo Lab--3 & 4Griffons tinental League, August 12--at at the field every afternoonand cost?" take their families on vacation
vs. ComStoreS --at 6 p.m.-- 3:30: p.m. ,on alley's 1 & 2-- all day Saturday and Sunday. Tile average student, with normal and for extended cross-country
Alley's 1& 2--Eagles vs.Cannon Pizzan's vs. Supply--3 & 4-- Any active duty military man application and effort, will flying. The hourly flying rates
NARTU1 vs. Fly Phant-5&6 or woman, and bona fide depen- solo after ten hours of dual in- still apply when aircraft are
WASHINGTONESTATES Cursors vs. Strikers--at 6 p.m. dents, are eligible for member- struction. He will have to fly away from the home field for
on alley's 1&. 2--FICEUR2 vs. ship. In addition, retired per- an additional thirty hours in order more than a day.
Cutters--3& 4--Spoilers vs.Av- sonnel and civilians drawing gov- to tie eligible to take the
NEW 3 BEDROOM BATH lons--5 & 6--MARTD vs. In- ernment paychecks are permittedto flight test with the Federal Aviation Potential members may obtain
Information -
spectors-at 8:30P.m. on alley's join. Agency examiner. Suc- additional concernIng
Brick & ConcreteBlockHomes!
1& 2--Paymasters vs. Sky Warriors Newly arrived personnel in the cessful completion of the flight the club by contacting Hunter
$350 DOWN --3 & 4--Sparks vs. Owl Jacksonville area who are members test procures the coveted Pri- AEC, atNATTU (ext. 653));Long
AS LOW AS AC3, at NATTC (ext. :W5)); or
Hoots--5 & -Burgermasters In good standing with a mil- vate Pilot License. By utilizing
$60. PER MONTHPHONE7687718 vs. Mix Masters. itary flying club, are not required club aircraft, flight instruc- LT Sminkey at FJCEUR (ext.
Thursday's action in the National to pay a membership fee. tors, and ground school instruc- 8744)).
or 765.1296 League, August 13--at 3:30 All others are assessed $25. tion, the average aspirant will Why wait any longer? It flying -
DOSTIE BUILDERS p.m. on alley's 1 & 2679thvs. Monthly dues are $5. Flight obtain his .license for approxi- Is for you act now and Join
3011 RIBAULT SCENIC DRIVE, Lucky 7--3 & 4--AOMD vs. time payments are the only additional mately $300 ,and this cost includes the Jax Navy Flying Club. We'll
NARTU2--at 6 p.m. on alley's expenses to members.The the membership fee and be looking tor you at Herlong.
1 & 2--FICEUR CPO'S vs. FIC- Jax Navy Flying Club
EUR3--3 & 4--Air Frames vs. "squadron" presently consists of ...... COUPON .......
WPl1COMP1t Rejects-5 & 6--Hospital Officers eight aircraft: one J-3 Piper
vs. Baymen--8:30 p.m. on Cub, one PA-17 Piper Vagabond, : NAVY SPECIAL :
J Fit alley's 1 & 2--VP-45 vs. Play two Cessna 150's, one Cessna
& 4--Rookies vs. Pro- The Biggest Permanent
Boys--3 172, two BeechcraftT-34B's, am : :
103rd St. at Wesconneff Blvd. Ions---and on alley's 5 & 6-- one Beechcraft Bonanza. Hourly Wave Value In Jax!
WE WIRE FLOWERSPHONE BB Stackers vs. the Army AFES. S .
SP 1-3770 or SP 1.0250 BRING THIS COUPON AND YOU .
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"Tiger" etsPromoted Filial Wrrk Of



by JuoY Ill Play BrforrPlayoffs



GySgt StewartThe S Mn

"Tiger" of the Jax Navy UNDER
Judo Juniors is six old
year
As the final week of actionin
David Marsden, son of LLjg( ) the Intramural Golf leagues
E. G. Marsden of VAP-62 Photo
Lab. swing into action VP-30MA" retains NEW
it's lead in the American
The other members of the Judo League while VP-5 and VP-
Juniors gave Dave the name"Ti 30"B" are tied for the National
ger" because of his aggressive League lead with FICEUR loom- AGEMEN
spirit. Being as small as he Is ing up for a possibility' throw-
"Tiger" has to be aggressive to : ing the league into a three way
win because he is the smallest

member on the team. tie.The results of last weeks action -
Last Saturday, August 1,GySgt. are: 0
D.L.' Stewart, Club President,
presented "Tiger" with his pro- American League 0
motion certificate and his newly Handicap

dyed Yellow Belt. This makes VP-45-.8, Supply 1
David Marsden the youngest boyto VP-16--6 1/2, A/C Maint 2 1/2
be promoted to Yellow Belt Hosp"A" 8, Admin 1
in the history of the Jax Navy
Judo Team. Scratch

VP-45--6, Supply 0 64 CHEVY II NOVA WAGON . . . S???
VP-16-4, A/C Maint 2 Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, factory air

Hasp"A" 5, Admin 1 cond., luggage rack, many extras.

64 CHEVELLE WAGON . . . . S???
; TIGFR BEING promoted by National League Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, R&H, factoryair
GySgt. D. I I. Stewart. Navy Handicap cond., many extras.

v Photo, by Jim Patrick, PMAN F1CEUR 6 1/2, 679th-- 2 1/2 63 IMPALA 4 DR HARDTOP .. . . . 2795
4' ; ba VP-5--41/2, VA-35--4 1/2 Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, electrir

a FAETU 5, NARTU 4 windows and seats, factory air fond.

IMGolfStandings CFJ 6 1/2, Hosp"B" 2 1/2 63 PONTIAC TEMPEST ..... . . . 1895
Scratch Le Mans Coupe, Auto. trans, R&H, Bucket seats like new.

63 FALCON FUTURA COUPE .... . $1695
679th--3 FICEUR 2 1/2
1/2, Auto trans., 6 ryl., R&H, Solid Red with side wall tires

The standings of the NAS Intramural VP-5--5, VA-35-1 63 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . . .. $2495
NARTU 5, TAETU 1
Golf leagues as of July CFJ 6, Hosp"B" 0 Auto trans., V-8, power steering R&H, Silver Blue with
a 31 are: White Top.62FORDWAGON..

God . . . $1595
creates, woman inspiresand
American League man assembles. GEORGE 4 door, auto. trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, Solid blue, extra

VP-30"A", 10 1/2 3 1/2 BALANCHINE, quoted by BERNARD clean

Hosp"A" 10.4. TAPER, "The Genius of 62BElAIR4DR.SEDAN.. . . . $1895
THROWING HIS OPPONENT VP-16 10-4 _J3alanehlne," The TheatreArtsb Auto trans., V-8, R&H, Light Blue, Factory Air Cond.

"Tiger" shows the form neededfor National League i IHIUMII i i 62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN .. . . . $1795

good Judo techniques VP-5 101/2.41/2 tQe 4 door, 9 passenger wagon, auto/transmission/ V-8, power

Navy Photo by Jim Patrick, VP-30"B" 101/2.41/2 steering, R&H.
PHANi FlCEUR 912.512e 62 CHEVY .. . . . . . $1295
VACATIONDREAMS 4 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, Solid Blue.

62 CHEVY WAGON BEL AIR . . . .' $1795
Auto trans, V-8, R&H, wsw tires, extra, extra clean.

61 ENGLISH FORD . . . . . $595
VANDERBILT TIRES R&H, Maroon, WSW tires.
e4c C4E lt/f fe lK 61 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE.... . . . $1595

"PROVEN. FOR M ILEAG .QUALlTY.PR ICE" Auto/transmission/ V-8, R&H, power steering, yellow with
3 i PUTTPUTTGolf black top '
AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU 14'
61 VOLKSWAGON . .. . . . . $1095

\\'fJ. \ ''IJUnl Ld. 1.17 Courses 4 speed transmission, XXXX clean
.1IU\El ,: iK 59 CHEVROLET BEL AIR ... . . . . $795
Vacation 4 door sedan, standard shift, 6 ryl., with heater.

QUALITY NYLON Vanderbilt Premium Fun Festival 59IMPALACONVERTIBLE..51095
Auto. trans., V-8, R&H, Solid White with Red Interior.
36 MONTH
24 MONTH .
UNCONDITIONAL UNCONDITIONAL exciting 59 FORD FAIRLANE .... . . . . $795
GUARANTEE GUARANTEE 1 n days in .2 door sedan, standard shift, V-8, Radio& Heater. Ivory
BLACKWALL WHITEWALL. over Red.
4 SIZE EACH SIZE EACH ....
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800.14........ 13.63 800.14... ...... 1961 EACH
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710.15.) ....... 10.83 710.15... ..... 16.47
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