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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1964
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .

VOL. 22 NO. 24 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVillE FLORIDA AUGUST 13, 1964



Careless HAS Drivers Will Feel Cdr Cullen Assumes Command of


. Full Impact of Harsh SentencesWith Heavy Photographic Squadron 62The


speed limits ranging from a top of 35 MPH to a minimum
reins of Squadron 62 hands
Heavy Photographic
of 10 MPH, It Is hard to understand why this station plagued changed Aug.
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1. at hangar 114 when Commander J. P. Cullen relieved Cdr. J.
with so many Inexplicable automobile accidents. In the last two
D. Stnfllebeem as Commandinj Officer.
weeks there has been a rash of accidents ranging from Improper .4. ... The Change of Command

backing,'rear end collisions ceremonies: was held with the
failure to maintain control DOD Instruction ; Furry Cipfiois squadron personnel In f full dress
and other Incidents,none which whiles and approximately 100
can be logically accounted for. Explains RightsAct Can Wii Honey guests pry The two Commanders -
As an example, there were three read their orders and
accidents within a space of two brief addresses.Cdr. .
ProceduresWashington gave
For JAN Reefers -
hours Involving a hit-and-run J. P. Cullen a native
case, a collision at one of the of Fuldi Minnesota reportedto
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ball fields, and as a clincher, (AFPS) -- A Defense { In digging through oar old rues the squadron! from Offut Air
two vehicles collided, one of Department Instruction Jax Air News bas come up with Force Base Nebraska where
which struck a pedestrian.Then 5525.2 has been sent to commanders some Interesting old! pictures. he to the Joint
was assigned
and Since they bad been filed.without -
explaining policies
there Is the accident Strategic Target Planning Stiff
identification we had some
wherein a private car ran Into procedures for processing requests Cdr. Smfnebeem. who commanded -
for good times suggesting humorous
the back of a marching forma- by military personnel VAP-32 since July 10,
tion, injuring two men. The final action by the Attorney General captions for these pictures.. 1963 read a message to
count in the above Incidents under the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Therefore we are beginning the squadron from the Chief of
shows five persons Injured and In a memorandum to the Under the contest this week to give Naval Personnel. The message
a property loss of several thou- Secretary of each service everyone a chance to display read In part; "your outstanding ,
sands of dollars. It appears that Assistant Secretary Defense their journalistic ability and hu- performance and ability to
only with the severest penalties (Manpower) NormanS.Paul asks YH yrlN mor. The rules are simple: undertake a mission of significant -
can motor vehicle operators be that prompt action be taken to Y 4 Everyone except the staff of Jax Importance:: on short notice
controlled. So be it. Inform base commanders of the Air News Is eligible to partici Is noted: with pleasure.. Wen
The Commanding Officer Is instruction's provisions "in CAN YOU write a one-sentence pate. Captions must be only date" Cdr. Smfflebeem will report
very concerned in this matter and order that there may be no delayIn humorous caption for the above one sentence long. Since:: the to the carrier Franklin D.
every motor vehicle operator assisting servicemen who are picture If so, Jan Air News contest will run one month for Roosevelt as the Ass't Air Operations -
aboard this station should! like- subjected to discrimination and will present you with a *5 prize, each picture: deadline for submitting Officer.
wise be concerned. It has been segregation." courtesy off the Holt Publishing caption win be the last VAP-62 flies tbetvlojetA3D"Skywarrlor '
noted recently that there Is a lot Mr. Paul said he Issued the Company. See details of this day of each month.Continued 2P which Is both

(Continued on Page 12)) (Continued on Page 9)) new contest next to picture. ( on Page 5)) (Continued on Page 9))



New Military Pay Scale '

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0-4 .................................. 414.10 511.00 5'J.70 5'J.10 57J.90 599.70 640.50 7'.so 707.40 7JI.oo 751.40 751.40 751.40 751.
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0.1 .................................. 38440 410.10 425.40 440.70 456.00 476.70 476.70 476.70 476.70 476.70 476.70

Warrant Offian

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......................._......... 328.50 405.00 405.00 410.10 415 JO 445.10 471.60 ",.90 502JO 51730 533.10 55330 573.90 54.60
W2Wl ..................._............ 287.40 353.70 353.70 363.90 38440 40540 42040 435-60 450.90 46630 48140 497.10 S1730 51730
..................._............. 238.20 312.60 312.60 338.40 353.70 369.00 38440 399.90 415.20 43030 44540 461.40 461.40 461.40I

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Chaplain's/ Message

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SUNDAY the general epistle of James (James 2:23)) we are told that
8:00a.m. Service of Holy Abraham was known as the friend of God.
Communion With Abraham God began to deal with a chosen people. He appeared

9:30 a. m. Service of Divine first in a galaxy of stars and his character and Influence have been
.,' Worship manifest through the changing centuries. He has sometimes been
,;' !' 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for referred to as the father of the three great monatheistic religions
f ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 Mohammedanism, Judaism and Christianity. But what an endume'ntto
!" : 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine a life's achievement. What a beautiful epithet to a finished workto
Worship be known as the friend of God! No wonder he was a blessing I
6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship No wonder he blessed. Across the stormy gulfs of history his life

..... \ shines like a beacon light.
:t'. WEDNESDAY What Is friendship? What are some of the unfailing characteristics -
of a friend?
4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Re- Well surely friends know one another. I believe It was Charles
z2' hearsal Lamb who once said, Ironically, "I do not wish to know that man
22'0PNNERS 7:30: p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal I am afraid I might like him. Abraham believed God and he knew

.... Him whom he believed. Men of small faith will never be great In
12:00 p. m. Holy Communion. anything except failure. Nor was Abraham's filth a mere Intellectual
r Also on all Holy Days assent. It was a saving faith completely operative in every part
Catholic Services at St. Ed-

O ,,, Eco u1zEP ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval of Friends his life. know one another, and friends love and trust one another
Hospital Mutual confidence Is most essential In the most Intimate relation-
SUNDAY MASS ships of life. We cannot say that a man Is our friend unless we love
1'I4IOUQUOU1"fl4E woR D and trust that man.
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Friends also are "open and above board" in their dealings with
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m..St. Edward's and in all their relationships.
one another. They are sincere genuine
Chapel Knowledge, devotion, mutual obedience, and mutual respect, these
Editorial DAILY MASS are the Ingredients of friendship and they apply just as fully to the
friendship between man and God, as between man and man.
Courtesy Abroad Pays 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel The secret of the Lord Is with them who love and trust Him
MONDAY & TUESDAY "I call you not servants, but friends, for all that I have receivedof
my father, I have declared unto you."
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC
Big Dividend for u.s. FRIDAY

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A large group of tourists stood watching a guard-changing ceremony 12:05 p.m. U S, Naval Hospital
In front of the famous European palace. There were more than two SATURDAY
dozen Americans In the group, Including U. S. servicemen.The .
ceremony ended, and as the crowd filtered away, a woman, 9:00: a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
unmistakably American, was heard to exclaim, "Oh, I didn't think
that was so hot! We could do better in the good old U.S.A." She
,
drew Icy stares from several people but no one said anything, and 7:00: p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before W xN

the lady and her companions went their merry way, presumably Masses r jv4q
to some other famous, European sight.It Catechism Classes: Grade School
is safe to assume that the Europeans who overheard the woman's SATURDAY t
remarks drew one conclusion--one that certainly wouldn't flatter the .
United States and Its citizenry. It was almost the same as If she had 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities i
told the hostess at a dinner party, "I I think the food was lousy and I building 722 L$1$
could cook It better at my house." 'I,4$
Today, a rapidly increasing: number of Americans are travelingto );
Europe, the Far East, Africa and Latin America, for pleasure, .. '
business or on military assignments. The contacts and conduct of Traffic }M rr
these travelers can obviously do much to promote solidarity of

understanding and peaceful unity of purpose among freedomlovingpeople ViolationsThe Both Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy were concerned
all over the world.
with Civil Rights.
Friendly, courteous, respectful Americans abroad are probably
the best denial of unfavorable propaganda about the United States. following Is a report of Lincoln was elected president in 1860 and Kennedywas
But a brash, noisy, boastful American abroad serves to aid the motor vehicle accidents and traf- elected president in 1960.
cause of those in the world who are out to destroy us and who would fic violations for the period of
use every available means to turn even our allies against us. August 2 through August 8. Both presidents were slain on Friday in the pres-
Again, when it comes to travel abroad, member of the U.S. Armed ence of their wives. Both were shot from behind and
Forces is In a special category. In uniform, he Is looked upon by NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis in the head.
many as an official representative of the United States. His conduct
Southern
Their successors both named Johnson were
,
Is probably more scrutinized than that of other
closely any American week August 2 through August -
Democrats and both were in the Senate.
abroad. 8 . . . .5
His responsibility Is therefore greater and it becomes a duty for Total Accidents this year through Andrew Johnson was born in 1808 and Lyndon B.
him to be the best possible representative of the United States, August 8 . . 152 Johnson was born in 1908.
whether he's "official" or "unofflctaL" Number of Accidents through August .
''', .>> How good is your record as a representativeHow about the records 1963 .'. . 188 John Wilkes Booth was born in 1839 and Lee Har-
of the other servicemen you see around you? It may pay big dividends Total number of days since last vey Oswald was born in 1939.
for your country and for yourself if you keep those questions in Injury in vehicle accident. 1 before
mind the next time you're"oo the town" overseas. (AFPS) Booth and Oswald were both assassinated
going to trial.
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
Both presidents' wives lost a child through death
week . . 81 while in the White House.
AX AIR: EWS Speeding . . . 10
Reckless Driving . 3 Lincoln's secretary, whose name was Kennedy, advised
Going through Stop Sign 3 him not to go to the theatre.

Other Violations . 65 advised -
Kennedy's Lincoln,
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Thirty-eight drivers appeared ; secretary, whose name was
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, before the Traffic Hearing Board him not to go to Dallas.

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a at the meeting held on August 10. Booth shot Lincoln in a theatre and ran to a ware-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Disposition of the cases Includethe house. Oswald shot Kennedy from warehouse and
a
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information" Office
following: six lost driving ran to a theatre.
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before and parking privileges aboard
publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources- station for various periods; six The names Lincoln and Kennedy each contain 7
Telephone EV.9-7711, Ext. 8162. were assigned to complete an I letters.
-- Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries eight-hour course In remedial
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing driving instructions eleven The names Andrew Johnson and Lyndon Johnson
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida given suspended penalties; were each contain 13 letters.
;twelve
Telephone 359-4040 or 2590271.VOL. .
were given warnings:eleven were The names John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey
dismissed; and four were referred Oswald
22 NO. 24 AUGUST 13, 1964 to commanding officers for- each contain 15 letters.

possible disciplinary action. ,
All known facts but just a coincidence?

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AUGUST 13, JAX AIR NEWS FACE 3




Needed : A High School Diploma I IED.




( NOTE: This orffcl. plus mates of average lifetime earn- If your present attitude Is, tration cost is $5.00 and the What other uses can GED
the article featured in Jax Air ings for men based on their "Well, Pm going to be a tech- correspondence course method is serve? You must have a High
N0wt two weefcs ago concernIng educational attainments. nician and won't need a High used. If you prefer classroom School education or a satisfactoryGED
Humanitarian Duly were These studies show that In School diploma," think again. instruction, attend evening class test completion to qualify
taken from the Career fnforma- 1961 the High School graduate Remember that life is either es in one of the several adult for any officer' program. Fur-
'lion, Education, leadership could look forward to earning progress or a retreat. It's education centers in this area. ther, It Is requisite to your
Bulletin published/ monthly by approximately $224,000 duringhis never static. As years pass Nearest to the Air Station Is undertaking any college study.It .
the Information and Education lifetime. The man with you will have an increasingly RIbault High School which offersa should be clear that a High
Department' MAS Jax.) only one to three years of High difficult time obtaining and hold- complete review of all sub- School diploma is a most valuable -
school will receive some$31,000 ing a technician's job without jects required for the GED exams document for civilian and
The Importance of a High less, and the Individual without a diploma in your hand, and sure- and at a nominal cost. military advancements and rewards -
School education became evidentto an 8th grade education will bring ly your employer will award advancement You can register by calling the and that the Navy *1I1 s -
you perhaps for the first time home $99,000 less. Other additional training, school which offers classes sev- assist you to acquire equivalency
when your recruiter questioned, studies show conclusively that responsibility, and pay to the eral evenings weekly. through a USAFI Testwhlch
"Do you have a High School completing the 12 grade yieldsa better qualified man. The GED Test is constitutedof is free for the asking and which
diploma?" If he received a substantially greater return Even though you failed to complete five parts covering English, requires only your time and effort -
positive answer, you were placedin than completing any of the years school, there is much that Social Studies, Natural Sciences, to pass.
the AR, SR High School prior. you can do to help yourself now. Literary Interpretation Materials sasaee utaa
category, with the opportunityto Take another look into the Obtain a High School equivalency and General Mathematics.
choose from a large number future and see how your life certificate, granted by your home They are designed to determine
of technical ratings that are not will be affected by the steady state on the basis of you passingthe whether you have acquired know-
immediately available to the non- rise In the educational level of USAFI General Educational ledge equivalent to that of a High YtPekSEEPAGE
graduate.The Americans. In 1960 the aver- Development (GED) Test, and School Graduate. Your state may
first Inkling of the valueof age education was 1L2 years; meeting other state require- specify that additional require- 12 AND
an education became a deeper by 1970 It will be 12.0; and ments. In order to pass this ments be met before you receive YOU'LL KNOW WHY!
realization as you progressed in by 1980, 12.3 years. Obviously test you must prepare for It. your High School l equivalency:
your naval career. You pondered these figures mean compe- There are several ways of accomplishing certificate such as attaining a RIVERSIDE
these thoughts: "Will I needa tition. Both within and with- this. First, cometo specified age passing a written
High School diploma in the out the Navy you will be com- C&E: for a counselling inter- test concerning your state's his- CHEVROLET
Navy? In civilian life? Why? peting with more and more High view which Will determine your tory. AU such requirementscan
What can I do now that Fm School graduates. Owners of academic strengths and weaknesses be determined In a single CEDAR HI .
no longer In school?" I'he.ans- diplomas will receive preferred and then enroll brush-- visit to the CI&E Office. -.oJ

wers lie in an understandingof treatment over those of similar .up USAFI cources. The regis __ -
our society, its demands upon experience who lack educational
the individual, and the avenues qualification. This Is not so unfair -
that are now open to you. as it seems on the surface
One of man's primary goalsIn because experience has caused NEWS MOTHERS!
life Is to secure for him- the employer to regard the school '; GOOD
self and his family comfortable dropout as less able and lackingin
This he will do desirable character traits suchas
living. through w"x
rtow TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY ONLY
and determination
his earning power, a concept perseverance _
based largely on ability the and thus a poorer employment .--- \ AUGUST 18-22, 1964.
risk.
ability to get ahead and stayin '
the front of the high cost
of living. What enables a man ,., ; -rr get a beautiful
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to compete successfully with his RETIRING? T 4 yrfi.S: ii
many co-workers In order to
achieve this goal? The solution Or being released from | 8x 1 10
lies In good part with education gn r Y:
Active this ?
which is symbolized by the High duty year

School degree.diploma, and the college Starting Income up .4:4'y L ; : picture of your child 1'

to $600 plus bonus, with
Investing In education Is com-
parable In some respects to takIng prestige national company. w/ ( :
officer having 981
out life Insurance. No one Must be USN only
recently served at one
can determine exactly how long
will live but from of local Navy Installations.No q'h r
you your age, '
sex, occupation and other per- travel, extensive train- ,
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sonal information insurance Ing and office provided. f I
Send complete resumeto
estimate
companies can your
Box E-7,JAX AIR NEWS
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Itfespan. Similarly, no one can
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precisely figure your earningsover
a lifetime, but the Bureauof ville 8, Florida. Ji'Wz'
the Census has conducted sur- l t

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th e S h Oe .. s i55,y';ik y' ,s' 4n ; oil the children under 12-1 8x10, only 9B ",

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You'll see the cutest expressions and professional
NORMANDY BLVD. at CASSAT poses captured by our friendly lady photographer.Select .

CITY U.S.A from IMAed! pictures, NOT PROOFS! Extra
LOAFER ,. +srn ? finished 8x10, 5x7 and wallet size will. be shown
MEN'S WOMEN'S GIRL'S gy ry' ;C at unbelievably silov< prices for your opprovol.V .
Example: Wallet less than 50* each in groups
of 4 same pose. ,I
WOMEN'SrY r/ M.r r'ryi ,

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499 Mon.-Frl. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Friday Night fil 7:30 p.m.
t HOURS' Saturday until!, 5:30 p.m.

n Lunch Hour 1:00.2:00 p.m.
JACKSONVILLE'S,

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FAMILY SHOE STORE t< IfI_ V URlE' ON OR NtS
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Command aboard the Naval Air Station but the receipts section of j ..t. ; : j V
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During the period Jan 1, '."',..., ,, ..!.. .-. .
1964 to June 30, 1964, the Receipts section upon receipt of each '01"1< .<."' .. J ...-, 4 a "I-,
Section received over 1500 man. ""It- '"
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a. Navy Enlisted Personnel Withan Under the list of tasks requiredon ,. ; t iR
on board strength of 1653as every man is typing a NavPers ..;. 4
of June 30, this means that 500 Card (Personnel Accounting
each man at the Naval Air Tech- Card Active). This card is used -

.. ,. nical Training Center Is replaced to show the man as received on
on an average of once every the PersonnelDIary, and Includes
six months. such information as his name,

The large turnover exists because rateservlce number,duty status, .
t NATTC Is a Service division assigned, dependencystatus .. """ .
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Schools Command with about expiration of active .> ...' .' ... -. ... .. ..,....,. '.,at & .i1. ''" '1'" .,.-- '!' "Q,,,,,", "',1014
75% of all personnel Students. obligated service Basic Battery :;.s{,_;:I.-$6., ,:.." .. '." ", ..... ".r...'t '0/1>_';, ....,..'... ..........." .. ,. ':.".
Numerous tasks are requiredof Test scores, and active duty
W. R. Miller, PN1 W. D. base date. An entry is also made 'NORTH WND1 RAINS PARACHUTES IN GERMANY: Exercise-North
Hall PN2 Jackie GaUoway,PN3, showing where the man reported Wind", one of hostory's biggest airdrops, saw the U, S. Air Force
and Joyce Perry, YN 3, the four from and how much leave, travel drop more than 1,900 U. S. Army troops and heavy equipmentat
members of NATTC's receiptICEDAR and proceed time he took. Erding Air Base, Germany. Personnel were dropped on 28
rPeopEM The Receipts Section also veri- sorties and heavy equipment on 63 in the highly successful opera
fies the man's record, makes tions. The sky is filled with parachutes (top Left), while more troops
appropriate service record (top right) inside a C.130 Hurcules receive instructions from the
entries and types an endorsementon jumpmaster before leaping. Below is one of the most impressive
his orders showing the date sights of the operation .. 32 of MATS' propjet Lockheed C-130E's
and time .he reported aboard. taxi out in a line together from Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany.
For married personnel, the The exercises were supported by the German Air Force and were
ftwb receipt section assists in filling witnessed by officials of the U, S. Air Force's 322nd Air Division,
.. out claims for dislocation allow- U. S. Army's 8th Division Operations, and German leaders. (USAF
1'I ance and family travel pay. If Photos)

OULbankl the man plans to live with his
/ family, this section processeshis Vietnam Tour
commuted rations request.
Washington (AFPS) Army
-- --- -- - --- -_
.r" I II Special Forces personnel onduty
I I II In the Republic of Vietnam will
HILLS go on a 12 month tour of duty

I CENTRAL ORGATOR starting In October, according to
'-- "";; '"" the Department of Defense.

,nYour The change In duty tours Is as
a ; I LANES Special Forces detachments from

!( I the continental United States
'/ CAR 1838 CASSAT AVENUE Phone EV 4.4556 I II phase Into the Republic on Per-

Si DEALER I 4316 BRENTWOOD AVE. Phone PO 8.2595 I II manent Change of Station (PCS)
Specializing in I II orders Instead of the six-month
r4 CLEAN I 24 Newly modernized lanes Fully air-conditioned temporary duty tours now In
CARS I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities effect.

BLACKWELL GARY Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work (' The change In duty tour Is being -

I BRINFORHONEOUPON FREE made to permit greater con-
63 FORD. . . $1795 GAME tinuity of operational and train-
2 Dr. Hardtop, R&H, auto. I WITH TWO PAID GAMES, ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE I ing advice being given to the

trans., buckets seats, power WINTER: LEAGUES ;MH OUMIMJ: Republic of Vietnam's Armed
steering. RE'('ISTER NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! Forces and to standardize the
61 IMPALA. . $1595 I I duty tours of Army troops stationed -
4 dr. hardtop, R&H, power I In that country without
steering and'bra es, factoryair --- --- -- --- ----- J accompanying dependents.
conditioning.

61 PONTIAC . .. $1495 .
3.,, ,,..
Convertible r : :
auto. trans., : :::::
R&H, power steering and
brakes, nice as new.
61 MG ROADSTER. ..$1095
Radio and Heater, 4 speed
trans. Excellent condition!

61 IMPALA. . . $1495
Sport Coupe, V-8, Auto
trans. R&H, Extra, Extra, Extra .
clean. 0 \
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2 Dr., V-8, straight stick, R&H.

More people than ever beforeare 62 Nice FORD.as new.. ... $1795Galaxi.500' \ R \\t-
banking with us and to all 2 Dr. Hardtop, oI1 FUt.
these people we owe a heartfelt % I
and brakes
power steering ,
thanks. People just like you R&H, red & white finish. One n win
make our bank what it is. By owner, all original, low mile [ 'fUl 11UUU -
helping you we prosper and age. W 'lOUR.Oyltl tlOtAE 'Jff::

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FULL YEAR WARRANTY IT Blvd.
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AUGUST 13, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PACES I
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Jr. College Offers After HAS CO Breaks



Hours College CoursesAfter Ground For New

Bowling AlleyCaptain

hours college level courses in Data Processing will be
offered to Service-men of this command, by the St. Johns River J.R. Mackroth, NAS
Junior College, located near Palatka. CO, broke ground on Monday,
The plan Is to organize a program that will permit interested August 3 for a new bowling alley -
personnel to engage in a self-development effort which will pro- to be built here by the
vide orientation, theoretical knowledge, and practical applicationIn McMullen Construction Company. Captain J. R. Mackroth officiated at ground-breaking ceremoniesfor
the principles and fundamentals of data processing and computer The new bowling alley Is the new bowling alley to be constructed adjacent to the NAS
programming. expected to be completed by No- Indoor Pool. From left to right are: John McMullen, President of
.. vember 12. McMullen Construction Company; CDR L A. Menard, Executive
CaptionsContinued
The Training Division Indust- Funny The new air-conditioned build- Officer, NAS; LTjg R. L. Bond and ENS C. S. Boutwell, representing -
rial Relations Department, has ( From Page 1)) ing, located adjacent to the NAS the Resident Officer in charge of construction; W. R. Fitch, 1J
arranged with the St. Johns RIver Indoor Pool, will have sixteen Special Services Officer; and Captain James Bentley,.Public Works
I) Junior College to provide the If you would like to write a Brunswick lanes, a Navy Exchange Officer.
courses, if there Is a sufficient caption for our picture, writeit operated Snack Bar anda
f number of station civilian and down on a piece of paper and Pro Shop. Also included will
. military personnel Interested. A submit It to: Editor, Jax Air be a meeting room for various
minimum of 15 registrations is News, Building 1, NAS Jax. clubs and activities. The pin-
I required to establish a class. The winners of each month's setters from the old bowling ,'.
It
The maximum allowable enroll- contest will receive a $5 check alley, Bldg. 3, will be reconditioned -
t ment is 35 persons. The Atlanta from Holt Publishing Co. and before being installedat
I Region of the Civil Ser- will be featured In Jax Air News the new lanes.
vice Commissionwillbe requested along with other clever captions No plans have been made as to
i to evaluate these courses to which have been submitted. the disposition of the old alleys. C. T. knows

j determine to what extent this .. .
l training may be used In quali- l

S processing fying for positions field. In the data t ..W0rl} ,1 .AUra PARtS' : .. t tj that

:3 The first course to be offered youdon't
, under this program is BE-230,
Data Processing L The class j -THIS LEEKS SPECIAL-
))
will meet twice weekly for fifteen t ..
weeks. It will begin Tues- TUNE UP KIT $11.95t enjoy /

day, September 1, and except IncludesCompression Tester Vacuum Tester Timing Light
for holidays, Is tentatively sche- t t
y duled to meet on campus every COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND
y Tuesday and Thursday evening ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES
!tl 1
Y from 7 p.m. to 9:45: p.m. The COMPLETE MACHINE SERVICE borrowingmoney.
semester ends December 18.
o ,
Because the course requires the OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30: PM
use of equipment available only
S .on the campus, all the meetingswill A SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00 PM ,

11 3 be in Palatka.Registration WOODY McCULLERS UN RET. .
forms are avail- .
able from the Industrial Relations 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1700 HIGHWAY 17
t 10, FLA. FLA. t
) Training Office, Rm. 225-G, JACKSONVILLE ORANGE PARK,
PH. 388-8031 387-7031 ph. 264-9513&.264-9514
hn Bldg. 907. Completed registration -
forms, a check for $5, and OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD.
proof of qualification for admis- t JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Ph.7258644&725.8645COUPON t

sion (high school diploma or a (That's why we give
equivalent) must be returned to
the Training Division by August ....... .......

d e 20. The balance of the regis- you such fast service.) :
tration will be
e completed during *NAVY APPRECIATION SPECIAL.The .
the first class meeting In Sep- .

ItI tember. This will require that Don't ever think we're rushing you through when you
the participant be prepared to Biggest Permanent
stop in at C.I.T, for a loan to pay bills...to travel... (
pay the remainder of his fees
Wave Jax!
t ($23)) and to purchase necessarytext : Value In : or meet personal problems. The reason you'll find us

materials ($14)). handling your application so fast is this: We've (learned
I i BRING THIS COUPON AND YOU
The St. Johns River Collegeis that people don't come to us when they need sympathy.
GET THESE SPECIAL PRICES
located near Palatka, Florida.It .
They come to us when they need money. So expect
! is approximately 43 miles .
from the Main Gate of the sta- j REG. $10 WAVE . . $4.95 speedy money service when you come to see us about your
loan. (There 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to
1 tion to the campus.Additional are over
i information of the REG. $12.50 WAVE . $5.95 : coast where you'll get the same zippy service.)

1t course may be obtained by con- : REG. $15.00 WAVE . 6.95
tacting the Training Division, at .
Ext. 8160. REG. $17.50 WAVE . 87.95SALONS LOANS TO $600

t CASH YOU OCT

INTRODUCINGYOUR e COUPQN OI-. e. Monthly 24 .tI II \t
[ Payments mos mos. mos. !
NATIONWIDE AGENT AUGUST 20th
$10 $168.61 $131.09 s 99.30

a 16 269.81 219.34 158.89
22 313.55 301.60 218.41

OPEN 8 A.M. 9 P.M. v 28 482.18 386.26 218.05
34 592.13
413.08 338.14 I
.

V Other Specials With This Coupon Only UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY ;

B bDOUG Monday SHAMPOO & SET . . $2.00 OF FLORIDA

Tuesday HAIRCUT . . . Sl.OO. .
COOK Ave. Wednesday SHAMPOO SET . SI.: O 3312 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE .
854 N. Edgewood
384-2556 Thursday COLOR . . . $:i.00BERNARD'S 1:1: 7, FLORIDA

A MAN WHO CAN SAVE PHONE 3981581f

) ON YOU YOUR TIME AND INSURANCEIATIONWIDE MONEY : HAIR STYLING :

, i' ((1)) NORMANDY. Across from Atlantic Mills 387-11l1 .

Met.1I l fiff l Ui't| ((2)) CEDAR HILLS. Cedar Hills Shopping Ctr. 771-5510 .
L.4!'inturincf CO, Mutual' Iflturincf Co ((3)) SPRINGFIELD, (Formerly Franco Stylists). . 355-0522 .
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PAGE 6 JAX AIR HEWS __ AUGUST 13, 196
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elite policybolders. win be notified 55th birthday. However, insur- "
President Sips of this according to ElJ.Gannon eds tinder age 60 will have one 0" Club USO Notes
Officer in ChargeVA year after January 1,1965, In
Vets Iisirolce: Office Jacksonville. which to apply for the total disability Thursday, August 13 Thursday, August 13
PL 88-355 authorizes the provision .
Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
Prorcm lill insurance of a total disability All permanent and term plan Dinner 6-9 p.m. Steak Cookout Home Made Goodies Night
I income provision on NSU policies to but
policybolders (ages up on Pool Patio Friday, August 14
The President has Into which benefits of
signed provides not including age 60), whether or
law two bOb affecting the vet- $10.00 per month per $1,00011 not they presently have the rider Friday, August 14 Paxon Prancers Square Dance
eratfs Insurance Program to be the insured becomes totally disabled win be notified of this' new legislation. Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Saturday, August 15
effective January 1. 1965; prior to his 65th birthday. Dinner 6 9:30 p.m.
PL 88-364-extends from age The existing riders only provide Charlie Jay 8 12 am. August Birthdays' Party
GO to 65 the delimiting age before coverage to age 60.
became Why is It. a reader asks, that 15 Sunday, August 16
which an insured most The total disability provision Saturday, August
totally disabled to be eligible for may be added to NSU policies if s usually the rich guy who isn't Dinner 6 9:30 p.m. Grace Chapel Parish
clerk show
afraid to ask the to
waiver of premiums on HSLL upon meeting good health requirements -
Jelnick 8:3012:30
? Johnny a.m. Monday, August 17
him something cheaper Maybe
The existing law prorides coverage : and payment of an extra -
.. to age GO. Only premhcns premium. Generally, application that's one reason he's rich. Sunday, August 16 Greet our New Girls
doe in 1965 and for the rider must T. Harry Thompson, Sales Man-
new
falling January Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prrme Ribs of Tuesday, August 18
thereafter may be waived AH be made before the insured s agement. Beef, Steamship round
J USO Jr. Volunteer Party at NAS
Monday, August 17 JAX
CHRYSLERS PlYMOUTHS VA1UNTS Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Wednesday.August
Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buf- 19

THEY ALL MUST GO!! fet on Tuesday Pool Patio, August 18 Disc Jockey Show

Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
NO REASONABLE OFFER TURNED DOWN Dinner 6-9 p.m. (Mexican) Before Christmas you receive
Wednesday, August 19 cards from people you dudrt'tsend
LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. to. After Christmas, you receive
FINANCING Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried cards from people you did send
BANK RATE
Chicken on Pool Patio with one to. -- David Savage Wall
music by "The Travellers" Street Journal
APPROXIMATELY 18 MINUTES FROM MAS-SOUTH ON_ HIWAY17____ .

DR. B.W. ROBERTSOPTOMETRIST
.... c

ilER-PLYMOUTHr INC.
Announces

GEMErGREECOKSONfVUE'QlREOf264 THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRYIN

: | : pSipS:, THEROOSEVELT MALL

G.HRYSLER 4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345
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300 26.66 18.30 1&.11
00 35.54 24.39 18.83
500 44.43 30.49 23.54

600 53.31 36.59 28.24 .
700 62.19 42.69 32.95

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.AUGUST 13, 1964 JAX AIR HEWS P.AGE-1
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MoviesMovies CPO Club f

Thursday August 13
will be shown regularly Happy Hour -

at 7 pin Monday through y- p4 :
i
Saturday. Friday, August 14
will have feature
NATTC two Dance to Mach Four and Jerry
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. en Gray Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Saturdays and Sundays. The Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
hospital will have one featureon Saturday, August 15 Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving
Sundays at 7 1 p.m. Dance to Charlie Jay too late for this deadline will be published the following
The Malnslde theatre will stay week unless the publisher Is l instructed otherwise.A .
the same except for the evening Sunday, August 16 check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
feature which will begin at 7:30 Dance to Bud Clark received WITH the copy for the ad.
p.m. These are subject to DO NOT SEND CASH.

change. Monday, August 17 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00
Thursday Pizza Night FLANK OWNER RETIRES.Cast Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 35
August 13
W. Shooter, a plank owner of fry - --
Malnslde -' A Tiger Walks Tuesday, August 18 the Naval Air Station, Jackson '
63 Cor- -
PRIVATE OWNER UNFURN APT. FOR RENT
Brian Keith, Vera Miles ville, Fla., has retired because
Hour 4 spd. R/H. 3
Happy valr Monaz conv Blandlng Blvd. Deluxe apt..
NATTC Wheeler Dealers of disability. Mr. Shootes
was A-1 cond. must sell Immed. BR kit equip. 3 ml NAS $115
James Garner, Lee Remick Wednesday, August 19 employed Ode 1, 1940 as a
384-6706 after 5 p.m. Owner 7718697.
. Hospital Black Sabbath Bor- Dance to Playboys Laborer. He was the fourth employee mo.
is Karloff, Mark Damon to receive a probational HELP WANTED Girl Friday ONE RANGE AND ONE REF.
appointment prior to the advertising layout experience ne- Both In good condition. Guaran-
Friday, August 14 Acey Ducey Club commissioning of this activity.In cessary. Some typing & bookkeeping teed. Terms. Call Mr. Davis
Malnslde Twilight For the Dec 1944 he was promoted 5 days a week, good 3893671.
Gods Rick Hudson CydCharise -. Thursday, August 13 to Helper (General) and in salary. Phone 359-4040. FOR SALE OR SELL PARTNER
Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m. March 1945 Machine Operator SHIP In potentially the best
NATTC A Tiger Walks Brian Friday, August 14 In March 1951 he was reassigned PUBLIC NOTICE SINGER SEW- bicycle, hobby and lawn-mower
Keith, Vera Miles Marc Castle as an Oiler and served ING MACHINE, CONSOLE MOD- shop In town. Box 1A, 4724
Hospital Wheeler Dealers Saturday, August 15 in such position until his retire EL Perfect condltloa Balance Clyde Dr.
James Garner, Lee Remick ment.CYPRESS. $48. or reliable party can assume
Jerry Durden, and the Crescents Call SALE: ANTIQUES & DECORATOR -
$7. monthly payments.
Saturday, August 15 Sunday, August 16 353-1946 night or day. Will ITEMS. POTPOURRI
Game Night 5:30 7j30 HOUSE, Ortega Shopping Center.
Malnslde Strangers When We p.m. deliver no obligation A-l
Meet Kirk Douglas, Kim No- Phil Cay and the Chantels Sewing Machine Exchange. 10-5 Tues Sat.
vak 8:3A11:30 p.m. HOUSE FOR RENT Furnishedor
NATTC Twilight For the Gods- Monday, August 17 1959 MERCEDEZ for sale 2205 unfurnished for couple near
Rock Hudson, Cyd Charlse Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m ,lir 4-door sedan. Phone NAS,,ext. NAS. 2646253.
Hospital A Tiger Walks Tuesday. August 18 272 or 656, Lcdr McClure. BIG FAMILY SIZE REF. Looks
Brian Keith, Vera Miles Game Night 7:30 9:30 p.m. like new. $75. Guaranteed.

Sunday, August 16 Wednesday, August 19 ft Necchl SEWING"Supernova.MACHINES"Brand Zig-zag New, Terms.3672. Call Mr. Wilson 383-

Matnslde Night Must Fall Open attachments, etc. $88.00. 562 S.
Albert Finney, Susan Hampshire Edgewood Ave. Phone 389-5543. POODLES white, mln, Reg 7
Bluejacket's Inn wks old. Terms. $100. 725-
NATTC Strangers When We 1ti FOR SALE !Inc Prop. duplex, 8374.
Meet Kirk Douglas, Kim Thursday, August 13 3-plex, 4-plex 3 ml NAS. Own- '
Novak Dance Bard to be Announced AIJ4; 7718697..
Hospital Twilight For the Gods- Friday, August 14 a CAN YOUTAKE
BEDROOM HOME Close to
Rock Hidson, Cyd Charlse March Wilson and the Red Coats 3
NAS. $50 down, $50 month. Call YOUR CAR
8-12a.m.
Monday, August 17 Saturday, August 15 Art Powell USN, Retd. wlthCol- WITH YOU?
Mainside Muscle Beach Party- Phil Cay and the Chantels 8-la.m. mery Wilkinson Realtors._264- ForP'ionefng Ahcl Insurance
Frankie Avalon Annette Funl- Sunday, August 16 0 6144 or 353-367L 1 ft
cello ..,. DYER M. BURR
NATTC Night Must Fall Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings I,. FURN APTS 557 Oak. Studio represenffngGOVERNMENT
Albert Finney, Susan Hamp- 8-12 a.m. ('J .... .a.- I apt. $45 no. 4; 3 rm apt$50- EMPLOYEES
shire Monday, August 17 CUTIE-Girls like Cypress no. 6, clean & comf. EV 8- FINANCE CORPORATION/ .I,)
Hospital Strangers When We Pizza 2 for 1 Night CarJent' Joan Brown could 9886. INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
Meet Kirk Douglas Kim No- Tuesday, August 1 18 keep the tourittt coming to FlorIda SPAC, BEAUT, 1 BR, APT. Adults -515 INSURANCE T/muoucwa Rd.COMPANY 771-0527}
vak Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. without other scenic attraction no pets. Reas. By appt.

Tuesday, August 18 Wednesday. August )19 .. OOl3.

Game 8 p.m.
Mainside El Cld Charlton Night
Heston Sophia Loren
NATTC Muscle Beach Party-
Frankie Avalon Annette Funi- WASHINGTONESTATES THE SHOW OF THE YEAR
cello
Hospital Night Must Fall FEATURING IN PERSON
Albert Finney, Susan Hamp- HEW BEDROOM BATH
Brick & ConcreteBlockHome
shire

Wednesday, August 19 AS LOW AS $350 DOWN t\* 4 SEASONSAND

Malnslde Doctor No Sean $60. PER MONTHPHONE7687718
Connery Ursula Andress
NATTC El Cld Charlton or 765-1296

Heston Sophia Loren DOSTIE BUILDERS .
Hospital Muscle Beach Party ROY ORBISON
SCENIC DRIVE
Frankie Avalon Annette Funl- 3011 RIBAULT
cello

Saturday, August 29th ;

zuYIZ..TAKE JACKSONVILLE CIVIC AUDITORIUM 'I'

( 2/ HOURS OF GREAT SOUNDS!
OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM

PREMIUM DEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS TWO BIG SHOWS 8 P.M. & 10:30 P.M.
ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI"PIZZA

TICKETS $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 ADVANCE

our spedaty BUY YOURS AT THE SPECIAL SERVICES BLDG. 724

0FRANKDERICKSO TICKETS 50? HIGHER AT THE DOOR

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--- -- --- --
few shorter excursions decided to N

Two Navymen go for the big one. VP-18 Phantoms I
Here Is the narrative of their

trip as told by Lloyd:

Attempt 50 Mi. first"We place bought because the bicycles we thoughtIt In the Return To NAS

would be exercise. r'"
good They It,
? ? have lived up to our expectationsIn
Bicycle Trip that way. As healthful and On August 3 Patrol Squadron
completed their Key
Eighteen
Invigorating as cycling Is, I can
West deployment after five
attached to the recommend It to
Two Navymen anyone. months down In the southernmost
the "We made several short tripson
Enlisted Personnel Office at of Florida. Cdr S.K,
part
Naval Air Technical Training our bicycles I believe the Mansfield, Commanding Officerof

Center attempted a fifty mile longest was a little over 30 Patron Eighteen led his four .. ," .
1, miles and finally, with a little
ride Saturday Aug.
bicycle aircraft detachment back to Jacksonville 1L1'
but failed to make the entire encouragement from our friends, amid the usual warm I
distance. we decided to try for a real
welcomes and greetings.
Aubrey L. Edwards SA, and trip. During the five months the

Larry R. Lloyd, PN3, recently (Continued on Page 10)) Flying Phantoms operated from
-purchased bicycles and after a NAS Boca Chica, Key West they
flew about 1300 accident free

a hours, with four crews. For '
this effort and hard work RADM.
99 < Kirn, Commander Key West For- :
CHICKEN DINNER ces, extended his thanks and well "

done to the Flying Phantoms. CDR. S. MANSFIELD, (LVP) -18 Commanding Officer,was greeted .\
a a a Patron Eighteen was relievedby by LCdr. Delis Negron, as (the Detachment returned Jax from deployment -
from NAS Brunswick
Patron Ten at Key West. (Navy Photo)
OPEN DAILY We Make a Maine.A .

1130AM.: TO 10 P.M. Specialty of f
Toyland Will Navy Offers
CATFISH good resolve -- to do some-
JTHE1s SHRIMP one a good turn and not be found Open Aug. 28
OYSTERS out Construction Digest. CommissionsToEnlisted

J" CHICKEN
;':'j STEAKS Toyland, operated by the Navy
""'/. \h INLETMARINA will for the
soon
Exchange open
.... .: TAKE-OUT SERVICE MenThe
0" .. .f' BANQUET SERVICIIC''CH. pre-Christmas shopping conven-
'S WET ience of station personnel Prep-
Ist >' BUSINESS MEN'S
i LUNCH and AND aration has been underway for Navy offers four regular
DRY BOATYARD three months to meet the "big- Navy{ enlisted-to-officer pro-
3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 5581 opening" date of August 28. The grams which do not require col-

STORAGE location is the same as last year, lege educations. They are: Integration -

MARINE Dldg. 514.Personnel. Program, Warrant Officer -
Program, Limited Duty Officer -
POWELL PLYMOUTH .. t WAYS :, will be able to Program and the Medical
choose from one of the biggest Service Corps Program.
IS LEADING THE WAY WITHRED
selections of toys ever offeredat The Integration Program obtains -
NAS Jax, and for more con- from enlisted personnelE4
venient shopping the displays ( and above) of the regular
--- ---:?.iiil'- have been categorized. Most Navy who possess marked potential -
Items will be priced with large and sincere motivationfor
cards to make shopping easier. careers as a commissionedofficer
EXPERT OUT BOARD REPAIRS Besides cash sales, the Navy not restricted or limitedIn
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August SeminarsThe
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I Y + first quarter 1965 Quality
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!. .vY Control Seminar was held on .

k' August 5. The seminar was
1 3 hosted by NAS SAX Aircraft 4
f r Maintenance Department Quality r wR
Control Division.

Those attending were as follows -
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: Lt. (j.g.) D.N. Peterson,
j VA-35; Ens. C.F. Relr, VF-174;
Lt. W.R. Spearman, VP-5; A.A.

4a Mays, AMCS, VF-174; G.T ,. .... ,. .
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Douglas, ADCS, VFP-62; C.R.
Bolln ADRC, VP-5; D.G. Davis, Quality Control Seminar
ADR1, AC Mayport; S.S. Baldry,
ATI, Mayport; R.S. Wallenthin, mmmmm.
VA-44 M.W Gilbert,
ADJC ;
INSPECTION-Cdr. J. D. Stufflebeem, outgoing CO of VAP 62 looks
ADJC, AMD, Cecil Field; L.E. CAREER SALESOPPORTUNITY
over his men for the last time in the
Change of Command
Cecil Field
Justice, ADJC,AMD, ;
ceremonies held Aug. 7, while Cdr. J. P. Cullen, incoming CO, J.R. Robbins, AECS, AMD Cecil -
looks over his men for the first time. (Navy Photo by J. W. Patrick, Field; T.F. Fisher, AE1,
PHAN) National Company Is Interested In Interviewing C.P.O. Or
VP-5; N.M.Strunk, AMHC,VP-5; Officer Being Released From Active Duty This Year. Man |
Change of E.E. Hilbrant, GS-9 C&R, and Selected Will Receive High Starting Income, Compresen-

CommandContinued WAVE J.C. Ostertag, GS-11, C&R.NAS JAX slve Training Program, Plus All Company Benefits. Jack-
Those representing sonville Area. Write Showing Age, Military Status And
( From Page 1)a ) AMD were Lcdr. S. Strauss, Date Of Separation To Box 4-Bc/o Jax Air News, 4724 Clyde
day and night aerial recon- By Key Leledal| SN R.E. Thiedke, AMCS, D.G.Stam Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.
ADRC and J.F. Bartlett,
naissance photography, as wellas It's been whispered around the per
AE1. The Seminar was termeda
extensive cartographic map- barracks (by the MAA) thatshe'd success by all those attend
ping and radar photography. appreciate the residents's help
Heavy Photographic Squadron In preparing for the upcoming ing.
Sixty Two was commissioned at Admin Inspection. Turn-to anyone -
at
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE
the Naval Air Station, Jackson- ?
ville, Fla., in 1952 as VJ-62; Other whispers heard belong to S J AND THE BEACHES
but was redesignated 1956as the new arrivals Patricia Rosa- I ,
VAP-62, and is still today, no, SA, and Ida DiMeglio, SA, rnrmmo
the Navy's only long-range photo from RTC-W; Betty McDowell,
squadron berthed in the United SKSA from school In San Diego t
States. The squadron hasn't always trying to adjust to their new duty -

been stable, however,since station. Better acquainted with ( :
its origin in Jacksonville in 1952, Navy routine is AGCA Marie Park \
the Squadron has moved as a who arrived from Lakehurst for car insurance buy-

whole to Sanford; to Norfolk, duty at NAS. famous low rates
Va., and in 1957 returned to Faces that we'11 miss trompingthru
Jacksonville the halls include: Betty and top service. '-

Swayne, PN2, who gave up fix- Contact me today I
Civil Rights ing files at the MPO office for [i1D
future diaper folding sessions; a. JOE FRITZ HARMAN (Ret C.P.O.)
(Continued From Page 1))
is off
Peggy LeVrier, SA, to
Instruction, ... to promote Sour Lake, Texas, to be with
voluntary settlement of Civil her husband. Off to Illinois r/ : LUTENPhone WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N..
Act controversies affect-
Rights and her husband is Airman
affecting servicemen and their JoAnn( Rankin. ) 771.6400 NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS

dependents, to achieve a reason- Did you ever think of coffeeas 3811 Blandini-Blv
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controversies which cannot be pstrsl Ns.AIN. .MarMa 1Mr .. BRUNSWICK PREMIUM
Well, after cup after cup I was Ira teaou-'I turw.
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!. Sports'Shorts VP 30T Cops AM League F_;_..,. .. "V -,. RlIIlfR"\!: = :;;; :?I7't'R'I;'; ; ,.B: : .'.



't Title; Hosp uA" Places 2ndVP30"A" 7 ::1.Jax .+


The deadline for entries In

the fall Intramural Golf league
already bis the top The results of last weeks
has been set as August 14 Navy Takes Four Games;
spot In the American League action are:
"all sewed up" with it's 10 1/2- American
* League
3 1/2 record while Hosp"A"
An organizational meeting for captured the second! spot with Handicap Downs Cecil Field SanfordThe

touchfootball will beheld on Wednesday It's 10-4 record, In the NAS VAP-62--41/2. VP-45--4 1/2

August 19, at 9:30 a.m., Intramural Golf competition. VP-30"A" 8, VP161AC lax Navy "Diamondmeif': took a clean sweep of the Softball

In the ma Inside> gym Bldg. 3. The National been decided League due has to not the Malnt 9, Supply 0 action this past week as they took two games from NAS Cecil Field
All units Interested In enteringa as yet
be Scratch and two games from NAS Sanford.
scheduled to
team should be ?ure and havea league play-offs The first with Cecil Field, Jax Navy won by the score 4-1
game
finished August 17, with the NAS V -- VP-45--2
representative at this meeting. slatedto behind the pitching of Harry Shelly, of NATTC. Jax Navy scored 4
Intramural championships VP-30"A" 4 VP-I6--2
,
runs on five hits while Cecil scored one run on four hits. The losing
The
commence August 18-19. A/C Maint 6, Supply 0
pitcher for Cecil Field was Littleton
* championship will be a full 18
hole tournament beginning at National League In the second contest lax the Jax Navy squad scored seven

12:30 am.VANDERBILT. Handicap Navy outscored Cecil Field by runs on six hits while Sanford
the score of 2-1 behind the pitchIng scored six runs on seven hits.
VP-5--5. FCEUR 4 of Admin's Red Mills. Jax Smith was the losing pitcher for
VP-30"B" 5 1/2, NARTU 3 1/2 scored the two runs on six hits Sanford

r TIRES CFJ 6, VA-3S--3 while Cecil scored It's one run on Don Stewart, of C&R, providedthe
679th 7, F AE1U 2 five hits. Lee was the losing pitching for the second: win

"PROVEN FOR MILEAGEQUALITYPRICE"AUTO Scratch pitcher for Cecil Field. of the evening, and: the fourth of
W 3 Later In the week Jax Navy the week for Jax Navy,by allowing
CENTERS SERVE YOUtVb VP-5--5, F1CEUR 1 copped two games from Sanfordby no runs on only two hits. Jax
NARTU 3 1/2, VP-30"B" 2 1/2 the scores of 7-6 and: 80. Navy garnered eight runs on
I CFJ 5 1/2 VA-35-V2 In the first game Bobby Warner seven hits, of which two were
NO MONEY DOWN. 'I' 1. tK 679th 3, F AE1U 3 was credited with the Jax win as home runs. The first home run

was hit in the fourth inning by

QUALITY NYLON Vanderbilt Premilm GET AMISSILE Red Lewis, of VP-30, with one
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600.13 ... ..... 10.33 600a13. ....... 15.136SOa13. double header match at 7p.m.on .
........ 11.33 650.13. .... ... 16.33 NEW CARSlowest
.y 700.13........ 12.33 700.13...... .. .17.33 Enterprise field.
750.14........ 11.33 7S0.14........ 11.63 Prices Saturday, August 15, Jax Navy
100.14.. .1 .... 13.13 100.14. ....... 19.61 .Highest Trade-in Allowance will host the Murray Hill Baptist
i 150014........ 15.13 150.14. ..... .. 21.32 .Easy Terns-The Nicest Treatment in'Town Church team, from the Jax City
650015 ...... 1.13 950.14..... .. IS,46k !!.J.III League, at 7:30 p. m. on Enter-
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\, 710.15. 10.13 710.15..16.47
\'r r I 760.15..12.13 760.15. ....... 17.94 ijil USED CARS Sunday afternoon. August 16,
...... Painters Poultry will be hereat
120.15 12.62AMS2.I
Add 2.50 for Wh ilewalls Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
lor 1 "TubelessTues Md52.Moreforl5"TubelessTues 1 Jax to take on the Navy Teamin

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Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn scheduled to get underway at

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fI OH .END't, A .
$183 FREE MOUNTING
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GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's
MAIN STREET CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE @J "The route we decided on was
6 Moilt 3504 Blooding. BI.... 3244 Philip. Hi,h..J'
EL HOSI (C.dor HiII ShoppinC..t.r) FL 9.2088"SANDY" south on Highway 17 through
CROSSO SP 1.6866 "Across ... Plott Pontiac
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ney Farms, north on 21 through
Middleburg to Orange Park, east
on Kingsley Ave. to 17, then
back north on 17 to the Naval
follow this map to your dream home Air Station.

"When we got to the railroad
"w crossing just south of the Main
..featured in these 1 "' Gate to the Naval Air Station

my front wheel hit the track

spacious 3 or 4 wrong and: I took a tumble, cut-
ii ting my leg rll try again as
soon as my leg heals."
LARGE Bedroom (
HOMES Asked If he planned to accompany -

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Regulations and Bag Limits SpecServTickets Schlitz Fish Derby Goes i I



For Fresh Water FishermenFlorida's Tickets are available at the Into Final Month's ActionThe I

Recreational Division (Special I
fresh water fishermen will find the 1964-65 basic Services) Bldg. #704 for the.fol- Schlitz Fishing Derby went $100, $500 and $1,000 are yet
regulations and bag limits for fresh water fish essentially the sameas lowing events: The Jackson into Its final month In North and to be captured.
the current regulations, with a few local exceptions. The new ville's Sun's Baseball team-- West Florida Zone 4 this week Recent award winning eateries
rules, regulations, and bag limits were established at a meeting Military personnel and children after putting $8,700 into sports- have been made at the Jacksonville
of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission at Tallahassee, General Admission available at men's pockets for the return of Pier, from the Suwamre
April .24,. and became effective July 1, according to A.D. Aldrich $.50; The sports directory for 271 tagged fish. River at Old Town, the St. Au-
director. Association. the 1964 season contains sports, Dollar marked specimens have gustine pier and jetties, Jack-
The daily bag limit for fresh Aldrich said in order to real- recreation, amusement, enter- been found among; both fresh and sonville Beach, Wamel Lake
water fish remains at 10 black ize the foil recreational valueof tainment--$68.10 value availablefor salt water varieties from St.Augustine Orange Lake, Lake Takpiln,Juniper -
bass, 35 panfish, 15 pickereland fresh water fish, the Com- $2.95; The Jacksonville and Jacksonville to Pen- Lake at DeFuniak Springs.
30 white bass. Total pos- mission will allow the taking of "Robins" Pro football team sin sacola. Hundreds more may be Bear Lake near Milton and off
session limit is two days' bag.A rough fish, other than catfish, gle tickets available at $L50 caught this month before the Jos. shore from Cedar Keys, Steln-
limit of 70 each and the Schlitz bounties hatchee Destln and Pensacola.
daily bag panfish by means of gigs and bow and ; Four.Seasons-Roy Brewing Company ,
will be in effect in Dade, Mun- arrows during daylight hours. Orbison Show-Saturday, August end at midnight on August3L Only one $1,000 fish has been
roe, Broward and Collier Coun The Commissionalsosetspecial 29, at the Civic Auditoriumtickets One $10,000 fish, for example caught In Zone 4 so far by Mrs.
ties. These counties do not havea regulations for the fish man- available at$L50,$2, and$3. Is still waiting to graba Mary Green of Jacksonville.
bag limit on panfish at the For further information on all hook. Others worth $25. $50,
agement areas and establishedthe
present time. A minimum size tickets call Exts. 8791 or 8153.
following new fish
of 12 inches will bass manage-
apply to
ment areas: Clermont Chain of
being taken in Putnam County. Lakes, consisting of Lake Louise, CUARTERO
The size limit was enacted as Lake Susan, Lake Minnehaha,
an aid in determining the effectof Lake Hiawatha HOMES
Lake Mlnneola, SAVE $25 to $30
experimental stocking of six Lake Wilson, and Cherry Laketo INDIVIDUALLY. DESIGNED |
inch bass in the
St. Johns River
the
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On Each S100 of Basic Bureau Rites for
lusia County; Lake Underhill,
Lake Lorna Doone and Lake

Lawne in Orange County; Cypress $9500-55pMEoR[ AUTO

Lake Lake in Wakulla County; WM. C. CUARTERO $
Francis in Madison County; 2145
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Fish Stop Biting In Summer Careless Drivers .

(Continued From Page 1))

oT tire squealing, which denotes 1I
MonfhsWrong Philosophy! "scratch-off starts and turning
corners without properly reduc-
I ing speed. Suchperformancead-
Time and seasons stand still when you fish In Florida. No matter vertises a reckless operator who
what the weather*, your chances of catching fish exceed that of fisher- will be apprehended and punished. ;
men In any other state, said John W. Woods fisheries chief Game There are many offenses com- I cirjitii: UNDER
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. mitted every day on this station
According to Woods, many fishermen have a tendency to slow some of which lead to accidents.The .
up their fishing activity during the summer months due to a belief Commanding Officer Is determined
that fish stop biting In hot weather. Actually, It's not the fish, that improper operation NEW
but the fishermen that don't like hot weather. of motor vehicles will stop one
Woods said the persistent fish-
way or another. You are advised
erman Is the most successful that you have been cautioned and
fisherman, and listed a seriesof excuses will not be acceptable. GEMENT'
things to do" to help Insurea

successful, safe and enjoyable HEY MOM -
fishing trip:
Hire a guide If you're not
familiar with the water or fish Look
with someone that Is acquaintedwith
local conditions. e -
Talk with local fishermen and
IT'S KIDDIES DAY
get their opinion of when where,
how and what the fish are bit-
Ing.Fish Sect? Saturday, tttvuux? 9 till 12

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late evening: hours and keep alert
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areas. Be sure to test them A BABY SITTER MADE TO ORDER
Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, R & H,
3 HOURS OF PUTT-PUTT EXCELLENT SUPERVISION
all.Check. the water temperature COMPETITIVE GAMES FREE REFRESHMENTS factory air cond., Luggage rock, many extras, GM Ex.
and to locate a spring or ecutive car.63IMPALA4.
rain try freshet where the water Is ;4tt 1M j<<4t 60 DR HARDTOP. .. . . $2795
cooler. Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, electric
windows and seats, factory air cond.
of
lures Use and several check types the storrtach baiter "We're the Cheapest Baby Sitter in Town"'H.F'C 63 FALCON FUTURA COUPE . . . .$1695

contents of your fish to find whatit Auto. trans., 6 cyl., R&H, Solid Red with side wall tires.
63 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . .. . . $2495
was feeding on.
Try trolling or fishing in deep Auto. trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, Silver Blue with
water If other methods fail. '.' HF"C '. H' C ., "H.}='C HFC White Top.
Observe all boating and water 62 FORD WAGON . . . . . .$1595
safety regulations protect your 4 door, auto. trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, Solid blue, extra
self against sunburn and keepan clean.
eye on local weather con- 61 CHEVROLET PARKWOOD" . $1495
ditions. acation Auto. trans., 6 cylinder, power steering, R&H all origi

Fish relaxed and with confi- '" not
dence and above all, be sure you # l1 62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN .. . . .$1795
have the proper fishing license. A/ anywHereunder 4 door, 9 passenger wagon, auto/transmission, V-8,
power steering, R&H.
61 FORD GALAXIE 2 DR HARDTOP.$1395
the sun Standard shift. V-8, R&H Solid white with red interior.

60 CHEVY IMPALA WAGON. . . . $1495
HAS Swimmers like Auto new.trans., V-8, power steering, R&H Ivory over Red,

60 IMPALA SPORTS COUPE ... . . $1495
Cop Honors At 1 ct town.Auto trans., 6 cyl., R&H tutone blue. Cleanest one in


61 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . .. . . $1595
Auto/transmission/ V-8, R&H, power steering, yellow
Fla Crown MeetSixteen
with black top. .

61 VOLKSWAGON. .... . . . $1095
top swimmers of the speed transmission, XXXX clean. '
Naval Air Station DependentsSwim 60 COMET WAGON .... . . . $1095
Team, participated In the Auto. trans., 6 cyl., R&H luggage rack extra clean.
recent Florida Crown Novice Get an HFC TraveloanWith 59 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. . .. . . $1095
League Swimming Championships Auto. trans., V-8. R&H Solid White with Red interior.
held at the Beaches Ac- 59 FORD FAIRLANE . . . . . $795
quatlc Club, Jacksonville Beach, an HFC Traveloan you can take your leave 2 door sedan standard shift V-8, Radio & Heater.
on Monday! August 11. wherever you wish-and leave your money wor- Ivory over Red.
The outstanding performanceof ries behind. Household Finance will provide cash

these novice swimmers laud- for transportation, lodging cloth Ing-every = -
ed them with eleven first place travel need. And you can repay HFC sensiblyand
medals, and numerous second!and t ,
third place ribbons. conveniently when you return. CORVAIRS FALCONS VALIANTS

Members of the NAS team HFC's military loan specialists answer the special DOOR 4 DOOR AUTO. TRANS. & STANDARDS

were: KathyNauman Whit- money needs of more than 100,_ service THROUGH '63's
U2
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more, Ellen Smalling, Virginia men every year. May we help you? oTO CHOOSE FROM FROM 695 I
Bum, Peggy Barker,Ken Premo, ....
Christ Derr, Terry Rucks, Taml
Rucks Karla Elkr, Brad Parker Borrow up to $600 ....AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
Cathy Lane, Mike Lubka
Susan Hllderbrant. Karon Mc- Take up to 24 months to repayAsk
Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. 'til 9:00: p.m.
Glaun and Jean Goodson.
SaU-8:30: a.fo.'ti1800: p.m.
The nine teams that participated about credit life insuranceon Sun.-.\tter Church 'til 7:00 p.m. SPECIAL
In the swim meet were: loans at group rates
St. Augustine Swim Club Good 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 CEDAR WUS SHOPPING FINANCING
Shepherd Swim Team, Beaches CENTER PLAN
Acquatlc Club, Florida Yacht Cedar Hills Shopping Center BLANDINGBLVD P8QNESP AT WILSON FOR

Club, Jacksonville and Arlington 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
1-T341
ORp
Y.M.C.A/S, Ponde Verda Swim 1 $60t SERVICEMENr
Club, San Jose Country Club and:! 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
the Jacksonville Naval Air Station -
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.HFCHFC HFC H.FC HFC
Dependents Swim Team.




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