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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 20, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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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 I expression( of any
militaryVOL. departm .nt. The I appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised(
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22 NO. 25 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 20, 1964.

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Capt. Mackroth Expresses PatRon 18 Leaves Tomorrow .



Praise On Base AppearanceIn On 3 Month UNIT AS Cruise


a recent Commanding Officer's conference, Captain JR Mack-. Patrol Squadron Eighteen, based at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville I
roth expressed deep satisfaction at the overall appearance of NAS nt i, Florida, will participate in Operation Unltas V, which Is a joint t
Jax. So pleased, in fact, that he announced that beginning in Septem- .', U.S.-South American Anti-Submarine warfare training exercise. Two
ber, he would make a monthly presentation to the tenant command 'jr\ I I SP-2H Neptunes of Patrol Squadron Eighteen will depart Jacksonvilleon
or NAS Department which has contributed most significantly. to this August 21, 1964 for three and a half months of operational training -
good overall appearance. 4. uiAa In South America. In addition, participating U.S.
Captain Mackroth will base his NATTC Officers units will visit Trinidad and the
selection on the appearance of Chief J.G. KearseCommissioned Panama Canal Zone. Training
the grounds for the entire month. exercises will be conducted while
Results of zone Inspections will Meet With RAdm enroute between various South
not enter Into this award. The as American ports. The U.S. force
CO will personally observe the Allen Smith Jr. ', Y Lieutenant will circumnavigate the South
(jg)
results of dally groundkeeplng A American continent,commencingon
action and will make his own # the East Coast of South America
personal selection as a resultof Commanding Officers from $t- Ceremonies were held, Aug. 7, and transiting the Strait of ..
these observations.With throughout the Naval Air Technical In the office of Captain J. R. Magellan to the Pacific where it
the prospects of being Training Command attended Mackroth, Commanding Officerof will terminate.
recognized by the Commanding a conference Aug. 11 and 12 at NAS, as James G. Kearse, The two Nepnmes from VP-18
Officer for superior tidiness and the Naval Air Technical Training ADCM/AP, was commissioned will join the U.S.S. Norfolk (DL-
t.. pride in their organization, it Center, Jacksonville, Fla. Lleutenent, junior grade.Lt. 1)), the U.S.S. Willis (DE-1027)),
Is hoped that each and every per- (j.g.) Kearse was commis- and the U.S.S. Odax (SS-484))
son aboard this station, both Rear Admiral AllenSmlth,Jr., sioned as officer through the to make up the U.S. forces par-
military and civilian, will give the Chief of Naval Air Technical Limited Duty Officer program.He ticipating in this exercise. Tac-
this project the attention It so Training, called the conferenceIn has served In the Navy for tical Air Squadron One will send

justly deserves. order to get all his subordinate 24 years. (Continued on Page 12))

Commanding Officers together atone -- He attached ta..the.Opera, =..
Academy testsAnnounced time to discuss areas of A WINNING CAPTION;for this; dons Department and was one of Navy's FrogmenFeatured
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mutual concern. picture may still be submitted in forty enlisted pilots left In the
Jax Air News' new caption writ Navy. He entered flight trainingIn
By The Naval Air Technical ing contest. Contest is open to 1944 and went to refresher on CBS
all military and civilian school St. Olaf in
Training Command consists of person- at College
Charles Bennett training centers or units atJack- nel at NAS Jacksonville. Entries North Field, Minn. After this he 20th Century
sonville, 'Fla., Pensacola, Fla., for this picture; will be accepted reported to the University of ,
Congressman announced Charles E.that Ben-the Memphis, Tenn., Glynco, Ga., until August 31. Georgia for pre-fllght training, A report on the U.S. Navy's _
nett today Philadelphia, Pa.,and Lakehurst, then on to primary training in underwater demolition team
competitive Civil Service examInation Time (UDT) and its sea-air-land team
N.J.,; Naval Air Stations Memphis RemainsTo Memphis, intermediate trainingin
for those Interested In Tenn., and Glynco, Ga.; Corpus Christi! and finished in (SEAL), in the latest and most
applying for an appointment to and Naval Air Maintenance Submit Air 1947 at Pensacola where he received modern!! phase of their training,
the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Training Detachments throughout his wings in March and will be rebroadcast on "The
Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force the Navy. News CaptionsJax was commissioned AvlatlonPllot Twentieth Century" August 30 at
Academy, and U.S Merchant first class. 6:00 p. m.onWJXT, Television4.
Marine Academy will be held on RAdm Smith arrived in Jack- Air News' new caption- Lt. (j.g.) Kearse Is not a stranger Titled "Frogmen of the
Saturday, October 31, 1964. He sonville Aug. 10 and Inspected writing contest has drawn the to Jacksonville. In 1942 until Future," the broadcast was
stated that all legal residents of Maintenance Training Detach- attention of many readers as 1944, he was Instructor at the filmed at Little Creek, Va:,
the Second Congressional Dis- ments at NAS Jacksonville and evidenced by the large number of Aviation Machinist school at Roosevelt Roads Naval Base in
trict (Duval County) who will bea NAS Cecil Field before the con- entries in the contest thus far. NATTC. Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Naval
least age 17 and not overage ference opened Aug. 1L However, there is still time to (Continued on Page 12)) (Continued on Page 2)I)
(Continued on Page 8)) submit a caption since the con- '!I r J _.___ i I I
test doesn't close until August 3 L I
We have recleved many good cap- I
tions and continue to receive
more, so jot down your Idea today -
and mall it to Editor, Jax
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IdeF 1 Air News, Bldg. 1, NAS Jax.
+ We have received several Inquiries -
as to the number of cap-
k tions which could be submitted.In r
V j I "
announcing our contest, we rd aF
neglected to say that one per-
son may submit as many cap- t
tions as he likes. There Is no
limit to the number of entries. .'" ""$.-...
With this in mind, fill a couple
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7jj4k; sheets of paper with your Ideas I It

t Pay Bill Signed

Washington! (AFI'S) President -
Johnson signed the S207
million military pay bill Aug
13 which will provide raises .JJ'
for all United States servicemen -
except enlisted men with
less than two years service.'

The signing of the bill by __ ". __.i M1s ':
RADM SMITH ARRIVES at NATTC for the Commanding Officers the increases President! would insured!be reflected that the in COMMISSION LU-lames: G.Kearse,ADCM/AP, stands before Capt.
Conference of all training commands which was held Aug. 11. the next military paychecks J. R. Moclroth. CO NAS, and repeats the words that commissions
Accompaning him was Capt. C. G. Strum, Commanding Officer following the Sept 1 effective him Lieutenant junior grade. (Navy Photo by J. C. Davis.
'of NATTC Jax. ''Official Navy Photo! date. JOSNA ) ,

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gypAYA NEW PEir.. C'.ew 'SViews Chopon/ 's MessageBy

Chaplain George R. Witt

Some years ago, during the half-time ceremonies of a night football
game, a speaker for a fund raising campaign asked that the stadium
lights be turned out. Immediately the hugh arena was plunged Into
This week's question is: How darkness. Then the speaker struck a match and Its light was visibleto

do you compare Jacksonville and everyone. After a few moments, he asked that those names began

y ., NAS Jax with other areas, with the letter "M" strike a match. Small flames appeared throughout
t' ,f yEco REPO. recreation-wise? the crowd. After a few additional lights were struck, the speaker asked

S.K. HaU, PN2,NAS Passenger everyone to' light a match. At once the entire stadium was bathed In
Transport Service I feel that light. The demonstration was most effective. Each person holding a
-, -- small light contributed to the overall brilliance of the stadium.
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the station Is ::; Each of us can and must contribute some "light" to the world---

ii rather Isolated "''h" ,, our world, the Navy. Each of us can add much to the over-all reputationand
from the many ::1H dignity of military service. It Is not too much to ask that each one
K fine recreational does something to make the Navy a decent ,life for decent people.

facilities that I :..= Guarding our language, behavior, and appearance, on and off station,
are available in ) will contribute a magnificent share to the reputation of the Navy.

Jacksonville. ) Ordinary courtesy on the streets and beaches, In the stores and shopsIn
However the facilities on the the area will gain respect for the entire Navy. Careful driving,
station are outstanding. Seven prompt payment of debts and sensible drinking are small but significant
USE IT I WISELY ? swimming pools can surely ac- contributions to our reputation.
I-t! YOU comodate everyone on the base Everyone can do something good for the Navy as to earn respect
who wants to go swimming. for our people. In short, a return to and reviving of ordinary Christian

9 Bob Grego, charity In everyday life will have wonderful results In the local com-
7 5- EM3, NASMAA- munities. Be one of the first to "strike your match".
Editorial' il just arrived

here five days
Your Actions Control ,,' .'I ago from the USSj TRAFFIC
Enterprise, so I ()('111'lS S er V lc'eS.
'Time Bank' DividendsWhat ", < can't give an VIOLATIONSThe

opinion on all of the facilities
would do if had bank that credited
a $86,400 to
you you
available. I will say that it is following Is a report of
... .. your account each morning? -- carried over no'balance from day just great to be drinking fresh SUNDAY motor vehicle accidents and traf-
to day? -- cancelled every evening whatever amount you failed to milk, and eating fresh bread a- 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy fic violations for the period
use during the day?
gain. Communion August 9 through August 15.
Well you -- as a member of the Armed Forces -- have such a bank.
Service of Divine
the limited time I have 9:30 a. m.
The only thing Is, It doesn't deal In money. It deals In time. But From
thatI Worship NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
been here, I can honestly say
coined the "time Is perhaps it
somebody once phrase money, so
have In the 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for
might stayed Navy
really makes no difference. week August 9 through August -
3 through 16, Bldg. 722
had the ages
had
Each morning your Individual account in this "time depository"Is here I opportunity first enlistment.to serve 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine 15 . . . 5
credited with 86,400 seconds. Each night, whatever amount of during my Worship Total Accidents this year through

time you have failed to use to good advantage is written offneverto Die Wisnie- 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship August 15 . . ,157
be available again. wski, AN, Com- Number of Accidents through August -
When you fail to Invest each day's deposits wisely, the loss is FairJaxCommunications '>; WEDNESDAY 1963 '. . .188
yours and also that of your branch of the Armed Forces and Its t .
Ist "'rfu:. : .,<, NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSTotal
mission. There nocomparison :\; 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Re-
There are many ways to take advantage of your account with time. with : ; hearsal number of days since last
You can attend school take correspondence courses, use the libraryor the other places]" 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Injury I In vehicle accident..6
keep abreast of the political situation so that your vote will bea I have been. The beaches are

wise one. You can spend your time reading the daily newspapersa great and the city offers fine rec- 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, This week . . 51
little more closely, so you'll know more about the world situationand reational facilities, I also feel Also on all Holy Days Speeding . . 1
have a greater awareness of your role In relation to'lt as a that the base facilities are bet- Catholic Services at St Ed- Reckless Driving . 2
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serviceman.The ter than any others I have.seen. ward's Chapel, NATTC'and Naval Going through Stop Sign 2
list of wise time Investments could go on for pages. But Hospital Other Violations . 40
the important thing Is, no matter which method you choose, you're S. 5 Lt. R.D. Tai- Thirty-three drivers appeared
going to windup a better-Informed, more productive person. Your I pale, NAS OPS SUNDAY MASS before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
life is going to be more valuable to yourself and to your country.At I feel that there 6:30 a.m U.S. Naval Hospital the meeting held on August
the beginning of tomorrow's new day, each of us will be faceto are entirely too 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- 17. Dlspostlon of the cases
face with a bank account containing 86,400 seconds. It's up to you [ many people on ward's Chapel include the following: fifteen
to decide how many of them you can afford to lose. (AFPS) this station who lost driving and parking priv-
.. don't take advantage DAILY MASS
3:11 ileges aboard station for various
of the fine
rec-
== many
reational facilities which are 11:30: a.m. St. Edward's Chapel periods; two were assigned to
complete an eight hour coursein
available here. As far
as com- MONDAY & TUESDAY
remedial driving instructions;
parison goes, I just came from a
four year tour in Hawaii II '4:15: p.m. King Hall NATTC seven were given suspended penalties
; ten were given warnings;
FRIDAY six were dismissed; and four

12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital were referred to commanding officers
FrogmenContinued for possible disciplinary
SATURDAY action.AIR .

( from Page 1)) 9:00: a.m. St. Edward's Chapel

> \ : 4tj1s Base in the Virgin Islands. It SATURDAY
follows the men, spearheads of 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities
amphibious landings, from Little building 722
Creek, where they undergo 16 I

weeks of rigorous training, toSt. ,
Thomas, V L, where actual

s operational missions are prac- JAX. IMEWS
ticed.


The demolition men are shownin
a trail pressure run; planting the
JAX
AIR
NEWS is a Civilian
Enterprise Newspaper
r demolition charges, during deep distributed
.. dives each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station,
." 4 1 by means of primacord, Jacksonville
Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, aprivate
ROBERT OHl JOCS, III) receives congratulations from RAdm. (which burns at the speed of five NEWS firm AU Cop) submitted for use in the JAX AIR
Robert Goldthwaite IR) at recent retiring ceremonies held in the miles per second);. In high-speed Box 2 must be forwarded to the Service Information" Office,
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Admiral's office. Chief Ohl NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: before
left
the military service after twenty. recovery systems using the publication noon on Monday .
one years of service, of which part of this time was served with Fulton sled; parachute jumping Telephone News Items are welcomed from aU sources

the fifteenth Air Force in Italy, 194345. While with the Air Force ,into the sea,. and In a full-test EV9.7711, Ext. Bm
....,. r, Ohl served as aerial gunner in the B-17 aircraft. Upon retiring nrSIsemeuts5e solicited by the publisher and queries
Chief Ohl is leaving his position in the ComFairJax Service Information underwater combat' patrol The Company?,*4724 such should? be directed to the Holt Publishtn.

Office, where he has been for the past two years, and sea-alr-land: team :trained ;o telephone S'de Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida"
will be employed as the community coordinator for the Tuber. operate on land, with little support or 3590271.I .

culosis and Respiratory Disease Association for Northeast Florida. is shown in a joint exer- VOL.22 NO.
(Navy Photo by Jim Patrick, PHANl cise with the UDT men. 25. AUGUST 20, 1964

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Marine Corps Commandant,Gen- and Mrs. Leonard L. Scalllons I
F.R.A. 126 eral Wallace Greene. of Route 3 Halls, Tern. He \
VP-18 Men Earn ..
Also to be considered at the Eight enlisted in the Navy September I
Shipmate Dyer M. Burr F.R.A. meeting will be the following 5, 1961 and reported to VP-18 i
Branch #126 President,cordially resolutions: extend the dead- HereDavid on Sept. 19, '1963. He serves
Invites all shipmates IntheJack- line for the Korean G.L Bill Aircrew Wings as Flight Technician on Air Com- ..... I
sonville area to the regular to 1975 or later so career men bat Crew Twelve.
branch meeting, August 20 and who retire In the early 70's Wltzke, Is the son of Mrs. An-
September 17. Burr urges all could! take pan; support a national L. Babb, AE3, Roy U Chase, AO1, Richard H. Hazelwood, na M. Horne of 4161 CherokeeAve. ,j
shipmates to be at F.R.A. gath- Center of Culture and Learning ADJ3, Thomas W. Howard, AXAN, Charles B. Scallions, ATN3, San Diego CaL He enlisted .
erings which are held on the named In honor of Presi- James R. Wltzke, AXCA, Oscar A. Wolfbrandt. ATC, Arnold R. In the Navy In May 1949, and .'-:
third Thursday, each month at dent Kennedy; provide a Fleet Woods, AE2, were designated as SP2H Neptune Alrcrewman on reported aboard VP-18 on Dec.
8 p.m. The place Is the new Reserve Association Wreath be Friday August 14, 1964 In ceremonies conducted at Patrol Squadron 14, 1962. He serves as Flight
branch home, 7673 Blandlng placed at the USS Arizona Memorial Eighteen hangar 123 at the U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Technician on Air Combat Crew
Blvd., West Jacksonville. The each December 7; honor Florida. Twelve.
F.R.A. membership Is limited to the originator of Operation Red, Their "Wings of Gold" were 1948 and reported aboard VP-18 Wolfbrandt, Is the husband of
career men with four years active White and Blue, the FRA's annual pinned on them by Cdr. S.K. on June 13, 1962. He servesas Mrs. Virginia Wolfbrandt of 2324
enlisted service, Navy or program for sale and display of Mansfield, Commanding Officerof Flight Ordanceman onCombat Barlad Dr.Jacksonville 10,FlorIda -
Marine, active duty or retired. the U.S. Flag. VP-18. Crew One. He enlisted In the Navy on
Eligible members are Invitedto Branch 126 will hold Its annual Aircrewman designation Is the Hazelwood, Is the son of Mrs. Oct. 25, 1943, and reported
attend all meetings as guests. Birthday Dance at the new Fleet result of long hours work and Berta Hazelwood of 3109 Montana aboard VP-18 on July 27, 1962. '
Shipmates Lowell Lorbeer and Reserve Association Home on the study. Achievement of this awardIs Ave. Louisville Kentucky. He He serves as Flight Technician
Sam Reasor, Delegates] to the evening of September 12 at 9 a.m. a definite honor and the goalof enlisted In the Navy on Oct. 2, on Air Combat Crew Two.
Southeast Regional Caucus that This Is a "coat and tie affair" all flight crew members. 1961 and reported to VP-18 on Woods, Is the husband Re-
was held August 3,4,5, at Deau- (semi-formal). Mix and Ice will Babb, Is the husband of Mrs. May 10, 1961 He serves as becca Woods of 1218-B HancockSt.
ville Hotel, Miami Beach will be furnished free. Door prizes Dorothy Babb of 5156 107th St. Plane Captain on Air 'Combat NAS Jacksonville, Florida. :'
make their reports at the Aug- will be drawn during intermis- Jacksonville, Florida. He enlisted Crew Five.Howard He enlisted In the Navy on July '
gust 20th meeting of the Fleet sion. Donations for the dance In the Navy on Oct. 15, Is the husband of 29, 1960 and reported aboard
Reserve Association Yukon will be $4 per couple. Ticketsare 1961 and reported to VP-18 on Wanda L. Howard of 1631 River VP-18 on Nov. 2 1962.
Branch 126. Harry J. Foster now available from Dance Nov. 9, 1962. He serves as Rd. Jacksonville, Florida. He
was elected Regional Vice Pres- Chairman and First Vice Presi- Flight Technician on Combat enlisted In the Navy on Oct. 6,
ident of the Southeast. He appointed dent, Shipmate Bob Boyd, SP1- Crew Eight. 1961 and reported to VP-18 on
the following committeesto 1614. For further Information Chase, Is the husband of Mrs. Dec. 29, 1962. He serves as
serve for the 1964-65: Leg- contact Shipmate Lowell Lor- Shirley Chase, of 344 Madeira Flight Technician on Air Combat
Dr. Jacksonville, Florida. He Crew Two.Scalllons..
islative, A.C.H. Bullwlnkel, beer, Public Relations Chairmanof 1
Branch 50; Membership and Delinquency the Southeast Region, at SP1- enlisted In the Navy on June 21, Is the son of Mr. ,

K. Fleck, Branch 156 7403, or Shipmate Dyer M.Burr,
and J.F. McCardel, Branch 56; President, at the same number.
Memorial and Patriotic Holidays, BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND
F.C. Frazer, Branch 86; Ameri- THE BEACHES 1/1

canism, L.M Bane, Branch 156, 1 I' .
and K. King, Branch 188; Public
Relations, Lowell Lorbeer, \ IRmmo:
Branch 126; Youth Activities, A. ESwinsurancllbu
Stevenot, Branch 50, and A Bis- CEDAR HILLS
choff, Branch 92.
Delegates to the National Con- 1 1J Your
vention at Indianapolis, Ind., In NeighborhoodUSED
September will be elected at /- r
the August meeting. Rep. Char- famous low rates CAR
les Gubser (CR.. Calif.) one of and top service. ; 44j
the F.R.A/S Congressional Contact me tocIql DEALERSpecializing
sponsers of retired hospital care imT.ImWE in
legislation, will be the speakerat r.. JOELUTEN FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) :, CLEAN
the National Convent Ion Ban- : CARS
quet. Gubser has introducedHR .. GARY
:FIWICE'AIIYONE:1I1'THE:: BLACK WELL
10707 which incorporates the t1 '

FRA contributory program for NOTHING DOWN -EASY:PAYMENTS .,
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retired Hospital care. He has Phone 771-6400 63 FORD . . $1795
testified In behalf of the bill 3811 BlondinLBlv< 2 Dr. Hardtop R&H, auto.
before the Rivers Committee of STATE FARM ..- trans., bucket seats, power
Hospital Policy. The principal trter..........-tasrsso-a.ariezes .. BRUNSWICK PREMIUM steering.
speaker at the National Convention's .txnss.Mn.bab tarty 62 BEL AIR . II ; $1395
100% DUPONT NYLON TUBELESS
opening session will be 2 dr. straight stick R&H. XXX
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Office Costs Show ;: :; Presidential Citations Authorized


Need For EconomyA ( For Top Ideas and AchievementsSpecial

Presidential Citation
recent study of office costs \ Presidential citations will be awarded Federal employees and

throughout the country's business organizational units responsible for significant cost reductions increased -
establishment byRemingtonRand -"-" 1 IS .\\V.\KDKI TOJohn productivity or other Improvements In Government ope rat ions.
Company came up with some arresting r.( J. announced recently. The program Is effective Imme-
Johnson
President
"'r?:..'" (j)
Doe
figures. I diately and continues through next November 30.
The study showed It costs: 'l -,
.. ,, The colorful citation awards
// / sill Wl11IsINl/llI. Iti11117AIil'llr
1 Inptiiil r t//,////ill
contain the President's signature
.' ''. Record
L$2 .dictate,. type .and. ( fJi'j''r! ,'('///">//')' illlJ.jllllHVCi'llh'Ilt.ill.,StRt'rilUh'HtHfffffy ; { -' Enlisted and will'be countersigned by the

mall a business letter. 'tifM'VVAWI/ '1111711II./ '. /.' /.';//// tiiinkvr\iir: ,)' jwr nf///"' Check To Start head of the employing depart
2. 6.5-cents a year to keep a : ment or agency.
carbon copy on file. : Iv/iW//; / it"i''''/;',' //:;'///>/, i>iiwu.. The citations to Individuals will

3. $3,110 a year to create and It Here September be made for beneficial suggestions -
maintain an ordinary 4drawerfile. a? I
or achievements beyond; job
>> ." K 8&S MMf.tyLjJlif( The annual Verification of En- requirements that result In measurable -
4. $1,000 a year to waste 30 Jy'Wf& lid? I I listed Service Records, for NAS first-year benefits
minutes a day of a $20,000-a- .. Jax personnel, will commence on valued at $50,000 or more.
year executive's time. [ P...S I(;'; I September 1, In Bldg. 955 first Government units will be hon-

I}.;.:.... deck. ored for team effectiveness,
rRegardless t.. The verification of the enlisted measured by reductions in oper-
In addition, the study disclosedIt service records for accuracy and ating costs while maintaining high
Is 60 percent cheaper to pre- of how office oper- When Intoxicated,a Frenchmanwants completeness Is Important to the quality Increased productivity
pare a handwritten memo than a ating figures In this Federal to dance; aGermantosing; commanding officer In personnel Improved service to the public.
typed or dictated one. Also, agency stack up with the private a Spaniard gamble;English- administration and to the Individual The Presidential citations will
It takes 2,000 sheets of paper sector now's the time for every man to eat; an Italian to boast; both during his navalcareerand be part of the current Govern-
for most firms to back up one employee to strive for more efficient a Russian to be affectionate; an after his separation. The ment-wide program marking the
employee In their payroll department and ecnomical operation Irishman to fight and an Amer- -
verification Is a systematic review 10th year of the Federal Em-
and 65 percent of all of his job. ican to make a speech. Con- of'records to ensure their ployees Incentive Awards sys-

paperwork wasted. Only you can do it. struction Digest 3-5-64. accuracy and completeness as tem. They will be presentedon

well as the timeliness of entries. behalf of the President by
This verification Is conducted:! officials of the employing agen-
CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS VALIANTS annually with the Individual pres- cies at appropriate local regional

ent. or agency-wide ceremonies.The .

r GO! Department to notify heads personnel are con-requested President said he wants

THEY ALL MUST cerned and direct that they report each it that Federal merits employee such recognitionto and un-

to the Military Personnel have "a tangible symbol" of
Office Bldg. 955 first deck, for
NO REASONABLE OFFER TURNED DOWN record verification at the time his personal appreciation for
their efforts to achieve "thrift,
LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT and dates Indicated below:
1 frugality, and economy In Government -
A-B---8-11:3O a.m., Sept. ; "
BANK RATE FINANCING C-E----1-4:30 p.nu. 'Sept. 1; operations.
Eligible for the citations are
F-G---8-11:30 a.m., Sept. 2;
and Federal work
APPROXIMATELY 18 MINUTES FROM NAS-SOUTH H IWAY 17 H-J---1-4:30 p.m., Sept. 2; units employees that have achieved exceptional -
K-L---8-11:30 a.m., Sept. 3;
results in carrying out
M-O---1-4:30 p.m. Sept. 3;
CLAYTON liVELSrMM the President's economy objec'dves -
P-R---8-11:30 a.m., Sept. 8;
and whose noteworthy a-
S-V---1-4:30 p.m., Sept. 8;
chievements have been placed In
W-Z---8-11:30 a.m., Sept. 9;
effect between July 1, 1963, and
and the Stragglers 1-4:30 p.m.
November 30, 1964. or have pro-
9.Centuries.
on Sept.
IV! GRIIN duced additional benefits in this
,: tOVIi ago, peasants pre- period because of broader appli-
." pared for the Easter feast by cation.
PHM burying fresh pork legs along the The Presidential citations will
seashore In the fall and winter. be given In additional to any cashor
CHRYSLER After the meat was cured by honorary awards authorizedby
MARK OF the action of the salt water, it agencies.
MOTORS CORPORATION
was dug up and smoked over They will provide a broader
wood fires.-Chicago DLNews.!! base of incentive award recog-
nition that those to be givenat

follow this to dream home N Washington the national-level, D.C., on ceremonyIn November -
map your 30, marking the 10th anniversary -
of the Government-wide

... featured in these .M Incentive awards program. The
achievements responsible for

3 4 these agency-administered cita-
spacious or 'N tions likely will be the main
source for the more limited number -
LARGE Bedroom HOMES Kn. .of accomplishments to be
4e honored In the November 30 cer-

.. emony.

ARE PLENTY OF CLOSETS 2 BATHS WITH VANmES, e.1

PANELING CENTRAL HEAT. RIO FLORIDA ROOMS, .r'

BREAKFAST BARS, FIREPLACES. ETC. SEVERAL FLOOR o FOR TIlE NAVY RETIREE I
PLANS AND PRICED FROM ONLY t INTERESTED IN A

$79.00 PER o SALES CAREERTop

MONTH///p
national organization offers -

WHY NOT INSPECT ri1 I scct_ +1N ANA _pp you a generous Income
during training and a future
AND COMPARE .
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etp.--"M' t- -- t-- --a """Lit
A NAVr.,,.,..... prospect well Into five fig-
v ures. Opportunity for sales
Cv
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CECIL FIELD 10 MINUTES management position avail-
able for those qualified.

JACKSONVILLE, NAVAL AIR
STATION 10 MINUTES SHOPPING CENTER- SCHOOLS CHURCHES Executive aptitude tests and

ALL ADJACENT TO CONVENIENT IMPERIAL a preliminary training
r ESTATES
CENTER OF TOWN 15 MIN. L .... .. A IJ course will be given free.
... t.AtnteA Write Box 4-M, Jax Air
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Corps Is 52 Years YoungStory d


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and Pictures by Kay Leljedal, SN


For anyone who has never visited the 'NAS Dental Clinic, that first visit will probably leave them witha
new and different opinion of dentistry. If he were to visit on Saturday, August 22, he'd probably observe -
a day like any other. It Isn't. That day marks the 52nd Anniversary of the Dental Corps since
the first officer Was appointed to head the newly formed corps back In 1912. j
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[ Since Its formation, there -Indeed( have been many changes In both appearances and techniques. One r j
The modern thing that the visitor might notice Immediately would be the sound of soft, lulling music coming throughthe
x-ray equipment P.A. system Instead of voices. Communications between the main desk and offices are conveyedvia is the full-
which produces pictures at ul- Repairing equipment
an Inter-comm which the patient distractions when-having work done on their teeth.
tra-fast exposure speeds Is oper- system spares time job of W. C.Holman! DT2.

ated by J. S. Marrero, DT3. Each of the dental operatingrooms
with the latestof
Is
,wws r ; equipped .... ..
ir equipment. An air-turbine

drill operates at .speeds of
200-300 R.P.M. and with
,.
the addition of a spray of
air and water It enables the
Dental Officer to prepare the : '

tooth faster with less friction
and virtually no pain to the pa-
tient. The Inconvenience of excess -

j'ft moisture In the patient's ,.
:; mouth Is relieved by an oral 4 4 rJr
evacuator which works on the
>' ,
the same principle as a vacuum
cleaner to remove the excess
b AG moisture from the mouth, thus
decreasing discomfort. The sys-

tem was, In fact, designed by ,
the vacuum cleaner people! 't- :: ?
If the patient requires x-rays, :: 4
modern equipment works at s

ultra-fast exposure speeds to ,I t _
Chief Donald Shear works one of the high-speed lathes used .fn produce better pictures with mln- ,
preparing dentures at the clinic's Prosthetic lab. imazation of radiation exposure.
Dr. R. G. Hammett works on a patient's teeth with the assistanceof

WANTEDPersonnel The dental clinic uses the new R. A. Botello, DN.
disposable needles. Completely
.r .. buying or selling real sterile they come sealed In plastic commissioned here In January
VAH-13 ReturnsTo
estate who used and thrown 196L Nine months later VAH-
Ls E S9L 1. Desire assurance that property title is cases, are
correctly& satisfactorily handled. away. Because they are dispos- 13 was on Its way around Cape
2. Want the correct Information concerning able, they prevent the transmis- NAS SanfordSANFORD Horn aboard the then newly-
and values In
Interest rates to-
property.
day's market. sion of blood-born Infections. commissioned carrier Kitty
WALTER J. SCH U B 3. Don't want repercussions In the future "Although Instruments, are now The Sanford Naval Hawk for duty In the Pacific.

U.S.n.u (RET.) Incorrectly from property processed.transactions which have been sterilized by steam pressure, Air Station gained some new Last month the squadron returned -
plans are underway for dry heat faces and some familiar ones- from Its second nine-
James E. Mead, Inc. Realtor Why risk thousands of dollars without ovens which will be Installed In Monday as Heavy Attack Squadron month tour In the Western Pacific -
professional advice? Consult a Individual dental units. Besides 13 (VAH-13)) arrived from the Pacific aboard the Kitty Hawk, In
ACL BLDG. 355-5474 Realtor for a quick and safe, sale saving manhours, the new systemhas for transition to the new which much time was spent In
RES. 721.0851 or purchase. the advantage of being faster RA-5C Vigilante reconnaissance the South China Sea near Vietnam -

drying than steam and can ster- Bomber. Last week, the Chief of .
ilize metal Instruments on whichIt The move from WhidbeY Is- Naval Operations named VAH-13 '
Is essential to preserve cut- land Wash., former home port winner of the coveted CNO Safe-
ting edges or where rust and tar- for the squadron, adds 280 men ty Award for Fiscal 1964.
Q 41 QZlrif + nish are factors. After dry heat to the local base and nearly as During this time VAH-13 flew

PARTSUNLIMITED Zfm1M14 sterilization, the Instruments many families to the community. the twin-jet A-3B Skywarrior
< ( M 't, would be ready for Immediateuse. VAH-13 Is the seventh squadron attack bomber.
to join NAS Sanford's Re- Now the squadron will receive
connaissance Attack Wing One. sleek, new RA-5C Vigilantes
The ProstbetlcDepartmenthasan The new unit Is commanded by An advance detachment of
assigned task of replacing Cmdr. C.V. (Tony) Nolta, a 20- VAH-13 flight crews and main-
those lost units of the oralcavity technicians has been
"EVERYTHING ELECTRONIC"YOUR year Navy veteran. tenance undergoing -
which when missing would causea Capt. James O. Mayo, Wing transition training at
MONEY MEANS MORE AT A PARTS UNLIMITED STORE! great Impairment In the commander, called the arrival"a NAS Sanford for the past five
patients' appearance eating and proud addition to Sanford." months.
C-B .HI.FIHAM GEAR J'1t Prosthetic lab
The
,1 speaking.
receivesits
"VAH-13 has compiled a distinguished When the Squadron
c... PARTS & SUPPLIESEQUIPMENT "l' Is manned by six qualified techn- record In Its short first RA-5C In October It
WE CARRY EVERY MAJOR BRAND! C icians who specialize in the fab- time In the Pacific," he said. will be redesignated Reconnaissance
rication of complete and partial "It Is a pleasure to welcomethis Attack Squadron Thirteen

EICO SCOTT HARMON KARDON FISHER GAR. dentures, according to the pre- great squadron back to San- (RVAH-13)) to denote Its additional -
RARD SYLVANIA HALLICRAFTERS HAMMER scriptions of the Prosthetic Of- ford and to have It join the capabilities. .'
ficer. Not only do they accom-
global operations of Reconnaissance -
LUND GONSET JOHNSON WEN WELLER -
the for NAS and
plish prosthesis CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Attack Wing One.
BLONDER TONGUE TURNER SHURE STANCOR tenant commands but also serve has
Many downtown Sanford stores National company openingfor
ASTATIC SONOTONE RMS. EMPIRE PICKERING the Hospital, Cecil Field, and displayed welcoming posters) In retired Navy man. Must be
SONY SPRAGUE JENSEN AND MANY MORE! Sanford. their windows. A large banner personable &aggressive.Start-

While extractions and minor across Sanford's First Street ing salary $4160-$6760. Send
surgery are handled at the clinic, said, "Welcome Home, V AH13. resume to 3680 Beach Blvd.
any major oral surgery Is referred ." Jax 7, Florida.

ADDITIONAL 5 % DISCOUNT to the hospitalOn Though squadron families will ssts
hand at all times Is a continue arriving through the I
ON AMY PURCHASE WITH THI AD technician who specialized In month, several motel and hotel a

Dental equipment repair work. operators already reported an
STORE HOURS: MON. thru SAT 10 A.M. .9 P.M. He maintains all the dental equip Increase In registration, largely c1knfitPeofrUSEE
ment so that it operates at top attributable, they said to VAH-13

PARTS UNLIMITEDELECTRONIC performance.The families seeking temporary PAGE 12 AND
waiting room at the clinicIs quarters while searching for per- '
YOU'LL !KNOW WHY!
CENTERS generally filled with patients manent homes.
CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER from the squadrons, NAS station Message traffic and corres- RIVERSIDE

3704 Blanding Blvd. Phone SP 1.0300 personnel, and sometimes mem- pondence formerly directed to the .
Near Gateway Shopping Center Near Nicholas. Shopping Center! bers of NARTU NAS Jax Den- West Coast filled the wires and
3854: NOfoodle.. 2636 Atlantic BoulevardTel. tal Is also one of the largest mail bags at NAS Sanford. CHEVROLET
No. 768-9604 Tel. No. 359-2366 dental facilities serving retired Many of the VAH-13 men were CEDAR HILAUGUST
military personnel with the squadron when it was


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Bluejacket's' Inn .. CPO Club Acey Ducey/Club "0" Club Movies : .
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Thursday, August 20 Thursday, August 20 Thursday, August 20 Thursday, August 20 Movies will be shown regularly -
HappyHour 4:30-6:30 p.m. at 7 p.m. Monday through Sa-
Dance Band to be Announced Happy Hour
Happy Hour 3:30-6: p.m. turday.
Friday, August 21 Friday, August 21 Friday, August 21 Dinner 6-9 p.m. Steak Cook- NATTC will have two feature
Tommy C and Country Drifters out on Pool Patio times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
Phil Cay and the Chattels Dance to Mark Castle
(Western band) Friday, August 21 Saturdays and Sundays. The
hospital will have one feature onSurday's
Saturday, August 22 Saturday, August 22
Saturday, August 22 Happy Hour 3:30-6: p.m. at 7 p.m.
fcarl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings SPECIAL Mr. Masmer and: Dinner 6-9i30p.m. The Ma inside theatre will stay
Dance to George Hughes Can-Can Girls 8:30-12:30 a.m.' Mach Four 812'a.m.. the same except for the evening

Sunday, August 23 Sunday, August 23 Sunday, August 23 Saturday, August 22 p.m.feature These which a re will subject begin to change.at 7:30

March Wilson, and the Red Coats Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" Game Night 5:30-7:30 p.m. Dinner 6-9:30 p.m.

... Monday, ,August 24 Marc Castle 8:30-11:30 p.m. Do Re Mi 8:30-12:30 s.m. Thursday, August 20

PIzza2forlNlght) .', ',', ; !Monday. August 24 Monday. August, 24' Sunday, August 23 Mainslde ,- Master Spy Maurice
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r. ,: Pizza Night Happy Hour 430630pm.: Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs Wilson, June Thorburn

Tuesday, August 25 Tuesday, August 25 Tuesday, August 25 of Beef, Steamship round NATTC Counnery- Doctor Ursula Andress No Sean

Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Happy Hour Game Night 7:30-9:30: p.m. Monday, August 24 Hospital El Cid Charlton
Wednesday 26 Wednesday Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Heston Sophia Loren
August August 26 '
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Wednesday, August Dinner 6-9 pm. Seafood Buf-
Game Night 8 p. m. Dance to Playboys Movies 8 p.m. fet on Pool Patio Friday, August 21

Tuesday, August 25 Mainslde A Farewell To Arms-

DR. B.W. ROBERTS WindjammersHold Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Rock Hudson Jennifer Jones
MeetingThe Dinner 6-9 p.m. (Indonesian) NATTC Master Spy Maurice
Wilson June Thorburn
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OPTOMETRISTAnnounces Windjammer Players held Wednesday, August 26 Hospital Doctor No Sean

their workshop night, Monday Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Counnery Ursula Andress
August 17. The guest speakerwas Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried
THe OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRYIN Mrs. Barbara Page, direc- Chicken on Pool Patio with Saturday, August 22
THEROOSEVELT tor of the, Art LInkletter-Totten music by "The Travellers"
w MALL Dance Studios of Jacksonville Mainslde The Nutty Professor-
Mrs.,Page demonstrated! choreo- Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens
4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345 USO Notes NATTC A Farewell To Arms-
EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES graphy as it is used in Little Rock Hudson Jennifer Jones
Theatre work. After the demon- Hospital Master Spy Maur-
stration a discussion was held. Thursday, August 20 ice, June Thorburn
The Windjammers hold work- Home Made Goodies Night
POWELL PLYMOUTH .. shop the first and third Monday Sunday, August 23
of every month in Bldg. 804. Friday, August 21
IS LEADING THE WAY WITH Anyone interested please call Up-to-Date Recordings Malnside Portrait In Black -
Workshop Director Laurs Simas, Lana Turner, Anthony Quinn
7715808. NATTC The Nutty Professor-
Saturday, August 22 Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens
RED WASHINGTON Music on the House Hospital A Farewell to Arms -
Rock Hudson Jennifer Jones
ESTATESNEW Sunday, August 23

3 BEDROOM BATH USO Friends Monday, August 24

Brick & ConcreteBlockliome! Monday, August 24 Malnside Two Thousand Mani-

. .... Girl of the Month Party acs Terry Adams,Tom White
AS LOW AS $350 DOWN
NATTC Portrait In Black -
$60. PER MONTHPHONE168.1118 Lana Turner, Anthony Quinn
DEALS Tuesday, August 25 HospltalTheNuttyProrressor-
or 765.1296 Game Night Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens

DOSTIE BUILDERS Wednesday, August 26
3011 RIBAULT SCENIC DRIVE Disc Jockey Show Tuesday, August 25

Mainslde Dodge City Erroll
Flynn, Olivia de Havllliand
NATTC Two Thousand Mani-
acs Terry Adams,Tom White
I Hospital Portrait in Black -
BACK TO SCHOOL Lana Turner, Anthony Quinn

PAA 'I I
LUNCHKITS Wednesday, August 26
PRICES START AT
Malnside Pink Panther David
to a Krtc TulnT snit Nlven Peter Sellers
00 I NATTC Dodge City Erroll
.. 1797 PLUS Flynn, Olivia deHavllliand
TAG
Hospital Two Thousand Mani-
&TAXNO
acs Terry Adams,Tom White
REASONABLE DEALS REFUSED! .-
WE NEED USED CARS BRING YOUR TITLE CHILD'S LUNCH KITS
MADE OF STRONG METAL 881t WESCONNETTFURNITURE
THE"MRRACUDA" ASSORTED COLORS & DESIGNS CO.

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PONY TAIL, LUNCH KITS

isHERE BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND COLORS

FOR THE YOUNG MISS 9 8 AIR AND CONDITIONER FURNITURE

BARBIE MIDGE

UJALITY SERVICE STARTS AT FLINTSTONESBONANZAMICKEY MOUSE CLUB $' 2 49 EASY CREDIT (

Complete with thermos bottle and FREIGHT SALVAGE
box of 20 Baggies sandwich bags REPOSSESSIONSBargains

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1So
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OPEN A.M. to 9 P.M.
359-2024 SEE PLYMOUTH HERE .MARCO BLVD. PHONE SP 10750r


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Navy, Wives Unit 126 WHISPERS .. I
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Club 86By Unit 126, Ladles Auxiliary of By Kay ,leliedal SN '
the Fleet Reserve Associationmet Hate to admit it,but things were
Marie Bennett last Thursday evening at the rather dull around the old homestead -
Fleet Reserve Hall, 7673 Bland- this past week. With only
Members of Navy Wives Club Ing Blvd. one new girl to Introduce and
Jax #86 met last Wednesday even- Mrs. Kitty Lindsay, Unit none departing, I'll have to spot- Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Ing at their clubhouse aboard the President, initiated two new light some of our regulars. (No Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Naval Station, for a demonstration members Into the Unit,Mrs.Jean offense 0First Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
on make-up.: Mrs. Burl Deene and Mrs. Elizabeth Mohn. cur newest member, too late for this deadline will be published the following -
Bailey, representative of Max Welcome aboard ladles. Mary Elchten, SKSA, comes tons week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise.A .
Factor & Co., demonstrated the We were happy to have as from NTC San Diego.Hl'ya Mary I check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be ,
latest products and the techniquein guests Sharon Bancroft Linda Our illustrious Master-At- received WITH the copy for the ad.
using these cosmetics. Mrs. Rankin, Pat Cable and Margaret Arms, E.E. St. Clair, added DO NOT SEND CASH.
Wilbert Wagner and Mrs.ThomasJ. McKay. another distinction to her golfing RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . $LOO"Per
Bennett served as models. Welfare Chairman, Mrs. record last Wednesday.The team additional line ((4 words per line). .... 35
Mrs. Bailey distributed lipsticksas Evelyn Ransom, announced that she played on finished first in >- fete' -
door prizes, to the navy wives. numerous donations of food, the Pro-Am Tournament at Key- BEL AIR HOUSE FOR,SALE LAKE SHORE FURN APT -
The demonstration ended with a clothing and toys have beenmadeto stone Heights. St. Clair's been 3 Bdr, 1 1/2 Bth, Take over Small, utlL (urn, :qony to..bus,.
personal make-up analysis for needy, families during the past playing golf for years and we Payments. 428 Brighton Ave, stores etc $45 mo. 3894275.FOR .
each member present.A month. She also requests that sure hope that she keeps on with Orange Park, Florida
Social Educational meet- any members who have toys that her fine performances. Congratulations SALE: 59 Mod Norge wash-
ing was held Aug 19 in the eveningat are usable or repairable, please and well done Saint. SEWING MACHINES Brand New er $20. Baby bathinette $8. Call
the clubhouse aboard the Naval bring them to the next meetingor What was whispered last weekis Necchl "Supernova.: lg-zag, 7717723.
Station. contact her at 771-0546. She now in black and white and is attachments etc. $88.00. 562 S. H MB WMIBM Mn Mrs. Robert Jlrka and Mrs. is making a special effort to posted at the bks. The girls will Edgewood Ave. Phone 389-5543. "JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY" -
Gall were welcomedas collect toys for Christmas.Mrs. be assigned TAD for three hours Hula, ballet, jazz mechanical
new Armstrong members of the organi- Kay Brown, YouthActlvi- barracks cleaning duty to pre- TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 6085 modelling, tap and baton. Venetia -
zation.At ties Chairman was unable to attend pare for the upcoming Admin. Townsend Rd. Free local haul- Wesconnett, Bell Air. EV4-
this meeting, the navy wives the meeting, but sent work Inspection. Oh when, oh when ing. SP 1-6188 after 6 p.m. 3055 & SPI-5464.
entertained their husbands as that she still needs Scout Uni- will August end I
hand forms, boys and girls. HELP WANTED Girl Friday, FURN APT 2 BR, conv to
who were on to help
guests Mrs. Lindsay announced that advertising layout experience ne- NAS &. Cecil Call 387-2851
ladies welcome the
the Admiral Robert Goldth-guest Mrs. Claire Lorbeer has resigned NATTC Men Get cessary. Some typing & bookkeeping after 6 p.m. weekdays. Anytime
speaker as Americanism Chair- 5 days a week, good weekends.
waite, COMFAIRJAX.Mrs Wilbert Presi- man and Mrs. Connie Cowart Promotion to AN salary. Phone 3594040.
Wagner, has volunteered to take the chair- HELP WANTED Girls for part
dent welcomed of the the Navy Admiral Wives, who Club was, manship for the rest of the year. in New ProgramFortytwo PUBLIC NOTICE SINGER SEW- time work at Little Pigs Bar Be
Mrs. Grace Sandefer was ING MACHINE, CONSOLE MOD- Que 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone
then Mrs.introduced Thomas to the J. assemblyby Bennett, elected as a delegate to repre- men at the Naval EL Perfect condition. Balance 388-8527 or 388-0221.
and Educational Directorof sent the unit at the NationalCon- Air Technical Training Center $48 or reliable party can assume
Social the club. vention In Indianapolis, Indiana, were advanced to Airman Aug. $7 monthly payments. Call LAKE FRONT COTTAGE, CBP
to be held In September. 16 as a result of completingthe 353-1946 night or day. Will, with approx 2 acres. Coup
RAdm.Goldthwattespoke of the Following the meeting delicious Airman Familiarization deliver no obligation. A-1 turn Call Walter BowenCharter -
important role played by the navy refreshments were served Course Sewing Machine Exchange. Real Estate 387-6511 or387-
wives,' in supporting the men that by the refreshment chairmanMrs. The AIRFAM course consistsof 2851.
are a pan of our great Navy.He Marie Hatcher and a suc- the first two weeks of AE-A SINGER AUTOMATIC AND CAB
reminded them of the dignityof cessful White Elephant Auctionwas and. O-A school Students of INET Sold new over $300. Now ANYONE HAVING AYOUTHBED
the position which they hold held with Mrs. Marlalyce both- schools attend this phaseof only $60, pay $6 a "month. Call & MATTRESS IN GOOD COND.
being a partner of the finest Atwood acting as auctioneer.The training together. The train- for free home trial anytime. FOR SALE, please call 7687449.
serviceman in the world today. next meeting of Unit 126 ing consists of basic airman CALL 353-9977 Florida Sewing
After the meeting refresh- LAFRA will be held. September subjects, such as aircraft handling Machine and Supply Company. NAS.3 BEDROOM$50 down IDME, $50 month.- Close Call to
ments were served by Mrs. 10. Following that meetingwe survival gear and aircraft
James Franklyn, Mrs. Albert will have a kitchen showerfor nomenclature. In addition, Military UNFURN APT. FOR RENT Art Powell USN, Retd. withCol-
Gastiger, Mrs. Russell Grelle the Fleet Reserve Hall. Requirements are coveredin Blaming Blvd. Deluxe apt., 3 mery-Wilklnson Realtors. 264-
and Mrs. Joseph Hagen. Everyone attending is asked to a series of home study lessons. BR, kit equip. 3 ml NAS, $115 6144 or 353-367L
bring a useful kitchen item (new Any student who completes the mo. Ow 7718697..
or used) to perk up our kitchen. AIRFAM portion of school successfully -
CS Positions Unit 126 will have a Covered may be advanced to FOR SALE Inc Prop duplex
Dish Supper Saturday, August29, Airman automatically upon completion 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml NAS. Own- e
Close Aug. 31 at the hall of six months as an Air- er 7718697.

1HE 1i J recommended by his Commanding DRIVERS
apt. $45 4 3
no. ; rm apt
Of US IS THAT IN
The United States Civil Ser- Officer.
$50; no. 6, clean & comf.
vice Commission announces thatno r1y/w6t77MFS WE Those advanced to Airman EV 89886.
further applications will be QUIt 'fRYING: from Airman Apprentice included You can insure your car witha
accepted after the close of business : N ',' ARTICLES FOR SALE: Cheap- company that meets the
on AUGUST 31, 1964 for the "V- H. Balsamello; Jr:, G.S. Ban- sofa bed $20; ref$25; range $15. D.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your

positions listed below. Appli- ;; '' nermann, C.V. Barrington, J.T. All good cad 384-6288. state and you get these
cations received after that date : ... Baxter, J.R. Corson J.C. BIG advantages: I
will not be accepted unless they Cramer, W.H. Crowder W.Dav-
are received by mail and bear a I le J? idson, W.T. Davis, D.F., DrOdz, TV REPAIRS COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE \I
post mark on or before the above J J.W. Edwards, L.C Falls, A.M. COVERAGE
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'NAMTG,Chief: Gets Two JO From ,NARTU

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Awards in'Two DaysSenior we Handpicked ForWorld


Chief Aviation Metal- ing Initiative and technical skill CruiseThomas
smith C.H Nye of NAMTRADET Captain Williams stated in part;
1058 SP-2E/H received two let- "Your conscientious I pursuit of J. Trotter, J02 of
ters of commendation in as many our mission has been exemplaryand NARTU Jax, reported aboard the ,
days here recently. On August3rd is in keeping with the highest atomic powered carrier, USS \:
Senior Chief Nye received a tradition of the Naval Service. Enterprise, for a two month
letter of commendation from You have demonstrated the char- cruise around the'World.
Commander B.B. Smith Com- acteristics of loyalty devotionto Trotter will be'assigned{ to thepublic
manding Officer of PatrolSquad- duty, and leadership most desired relations branch of the
roo Thirty and on August 4th in a Chief Petty Officer." t b : Command Information Bureau
he received a letter of com- The letters were aboard the Enterprise.The .
:
mendation from Captain C.A. Senior Chief Nye by Enterprise Is presently In
Williams, Commanding Officerof Bond, Officer in the Atlantic as a part of Task
the Naval Air Maintenance TRADETS Force One which consists of the
Training Group* .Senior Chief Nye nuclear cruiser,USS Long Beach,
Both letters of commendation NAMTRADET and the nuclear frigate,USS Bain-
resulted from Senior Chief Nye's 1961 for a normal :: ,' bridge. The three ships, the first
work in preparing schematic structor duty and U.S. nuclear task force, are en-
drawings of various SP-2E/H served as Chief route to various ports throughout -
systems for use In training pros- In Charge of the the world on a goodwill tour.
pective SP-2E/H pilots and air- Prior to reporting They will arrive in Norfolk, Va.,
crewmen. Commander Smith DET 1058,Senior J. R. Bond, Officer in Charge of NAM- in October, thus completing
cited Chief Nye for his outstand- ed with VA-176 congratulates Senior Chief C. H. Nye for receiv- "Operation Orbit.;
of Commendations in as many days. (Official Trotter, a native of Independence -

ATTENTIONall ) Kansas, was well
Hills picked for this assignment with
: "Beverly AcademyTest
Altoona,Pa., his background In journalism.He
Navy Personnel here have (Continued From Page 1)) majored in journalism for three
years, first at Kansas State Uni-
22 at the time of entry in July versity, and then at Kansas Uni-
1965 are eligible. Application versity. He Is a member of the
should be made to him at 226 journalism professional fra-
t Federal Building, Jacksonville, ternity of Sigma Delta Chi.
Pmt on or before September IS, 1964, Trotter received his first lookat
in order that proper arrange- the practical end of the journa-
ments can be made for those who
: Blvd.: lism as a replacement reporterfor
wish to take this examination. In
the
Independence Reporter,
will be three vacanciesat
There the summer of 1957. During the
or SP ?-02>()
the U.S. Military Academy; fall of that year he took the posi-
two vacacles( at the Naval tion of Sports Editor for the
OCCASION Academy; two vacancies at the PIttsburg Sun while attending
Air Force and ten
Academy; Kansas State.In .
/VERY nominations the Merchant
to 1959, again during the sum-
J. SMITH be made
Marine Academy to asa
mer months he received trainingon
of this examination.
result the general assignment desk
of the Kansas City Star, ratedas
one of the outstanding news-
papers In the nation. He began
working full time with the"Star"
in 1960 where later he was made
courthouse reporter and becamea
member of the Kansas City
Line"i Press Club.

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Sailors Have Aircrewmen- .


Girls; USAF VP's Hardest Working WhitehatsBy


Men Have Wives LT (jg) James Ohlman
(
New York (AFPS) Sailors Doubtless, there are rumerous people in Jacksonville who have
may still have a girl in every seen enlisted men of various rates wearing the gold wings of the
port but the Air Force leads the Combat Alrcrewman on their uniforms and have wondered what '" ,F xf srq
Armed Forces In the matrimonial this .select_ group does and what Is required to achieve this distinction. i
and fatherhood "derbies." Here are some answers:
According to, the latest "de- The largest portion of these
In the aircraft is kept busy: dur-
pendent" statistics from the Department aircrewmen are assigned to one ing an anti-submarine exercise
Defense ,airmen are of the six patrol squadrons based dropping-electronic sensing devices
ahead of soldiers sailors NAS
well at Jacksoivilleundertlreop-
Into the water and actual
and marines in these two fields erational command of Commander -
wartime conditions loads torpe-
Statistics set the Air Force Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN.
does, depth charges and rockets
population at 861.000 with 537,400 Patrol Squadron FIVE, for example into the aircraft's complex ordnance AIRCREWMAN of' Patrol Squadron Five perform important taskson
wives and 1,043.330 children. typical of most VP squadrons the ground as well as in the air. Here some men of' VP-5 per-
Translated Into percentages, it In the Atlantic Fleet, has Many system.of the patrol squadron's 'from an engine change at an overseas station. These Mechs are
means that 86.6 percent of the twelve SP-2E Neptune patrolair- crewmembers are in the train- responsible for the SP-2E's engines, a Wright-built reciprocating
AF officers and 58.9 percent of craft. Each of the twelve flight Ing process and are not qualifiedto engine which develops 3350 horsepower.
the AF enlisted men are wed- crews is assigned an airplaneand
wear the Combat Aircrewman's -
locked. These unions have is primarily responsible for wings. Before the crew-
and children the maintenance and
249,150 794,180 operationof
member Is qualified to don the
respectively. Counting all Air that aircraft. gold wings, be Is required to
Force personnel, 63.1 percentare The eleven men operational complete the Commander Fleet Pay EDGEWOOD
married. crew of the patrol aircraft consists Air Wings Atlantic AntiSubmarine -
This compares approximatelywith of four officers and seven Warfare Training A & W DRIVE-IN

47., 43.3 and 37.1 percentfor enlisted crew members. Thereare Course and complete a flight
the Army, Navy and Marine two enlisted mechanics who check In his primary positionand OTB"' 866 N. EDGEWOOD AYE. 387-7123

Corps, respectively. serve as flight engineers and who also In a secondary crew TRY THE BURGER FAMILY .
However, a reason for this Air are trained to do most of the
position. Prior to receivinghis 4 DIFFERENT SIZES!
Force lead on the other ser- maintenance required to keep the ,
check the crewmember
flight [ A SIZE FOR EVERY APPETITE A PRICE FOR EVERY PURSE
vices may be the fact that Army two reciprocating and two Jet
must undergo rigorous physical BEST
EVER I
personnel include many draftees engines of the SP-2E running at testing and qualify In International (feE COLD ROOTBEER SERVED IN FROSTED MUG
(married men are exempt from peak performance. Their job Code by sending and receivingat
the draft). And although sailors takes on special Importance because least four words per minute
may claim a girl in every port, the aircraft is usually on both the carrier wave cir-
extended sea duty may discourage working at very low altitudes cuit and by blinking light. Recog- ,
many Navy men from tripsto where engine reliability Is of nition of friendly and unfriendly
the altar. prime Importance. Two electronics -
aircraft and ships as well as
The low Marine Corps figureis technicians and an elec- survival training In swimming, OUR 48th
completely unexplained, unless trician operate and maintain the helicopter hoist, bail-out procedures r1A
Just plain bach- tons of electronic equipment car- '
they are and emergency drillsmust 2nd BIG WEEKBIRTHDAY
elor types. Of course many ried aboard the airplane for detecting be successfully completed.In ,
overseas tour areas prohibit surfaced and submerged addition to demonstrating his V SALE!
marines from taking dependents. submarines. Most of these ability to operate satisfactorily
Besides wives and children "techs" have been to special and perform operational main-
The second and last week to
statistics and tactical
Defense technical
Department operators
tenance on his equipment, the
low low
show nearly 143,000 "'other''de- schools before being sent to their aircraft must participate In the get "NEWSED", Birthday. .pricesan used
pendents. These are parents and fleet patrol squadrons. The radio loading of mines and conventional a car.
other persons held to be at least man Is required to handle and special weapons. Each new cars so clean, they think they
50 percent dependent on the ser- communications to and from the crewmember has eighteen t -. are newl!
viceman for their support. aircraft and must be able to send months in which to qualify as a n. -
Despite the Air Force's high, and receive International Code.
percentage-wise, Army men have The- ordnancemcn.. worldnt1? aft (Continued on Page 12))
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: the four runs on five hits. Cecil
Navy Diamondmen Field scored their one run on:
three hits.Campbell of Jax Navy
got a home run In the sixth Inning

4-2 In Weeks' Action with one on.
In the second game of the eYeD-
Ing Cecil Field captured the win.

The Jax Navy "DUmondmenf ran their seasons record to 21 wins 7-5, on seven hits while Jax x
and 13 defeats this past week as they took four games while losing garnered their five runs on four 1P
only two. The losses game at the hands of Murray Hill Baptist 1-0, hits. Littleton of Cecil was the
and NAS Cecil Field, V-5. winning pitcher, while Howard e
The Jax Navy loss to Murray Hill Baptist was suffered by Red Shelly suffered the loss. Ins
I Mills, of Admin, as the Navy squad scored no runs on six hits. Frank Lueder, of NATTC,
j The Baptist team scored their one run on four hits with their winning slammed out a home run In the
seventh Inning with one man on.
pitcher Lanigan.The f ytl
second game of the doubleheader Last Friday evening, August Saturday evening the Murray 's
was won by the Jax team 14, Jax Navy won the first gameof Hill Baptist Church team returned <
4-1. Don Stewart, of OStR, was a double header with NAS Cecil for a double header and were
credited with the win as Jax Field 4am dropped the beaten In both games by the r
scored their four runs on six second game by the score of 7-5. scores of 5-4, and 9-3.
hits. Price was the losing pitcher In the first game Bobby Warner, The first game of the even- MILE SWIMMERS Several members of the Jacksonville NAS
for the Baptist team as they of F 1C EUR, was the winning Ing saw Jax Navy capture It's Dependents Swim Team were awarded the highly coveted Red
scored one run on two hits. pitcher as the Navy squad scored five runs on five hits behind the Cross 50-Mile Swim Card" on August 11 in recognition of their
pitching of Admin's Red Mills. swimming (feat in the swim and stay fit prog ram. Front Row (L to R)
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Baptist team as they scored their Wilson, Terry Rucks; Bock Row (L to R) team coach Mike Stevens,
ROOSEVELT MALL four runs on six hits. Vicki Decker, Ginny Bunn, Dennis Bunn, Ken Premo, Cathy Me-
The final game saw Sax Navy Cue ((2nd Award), Vicki Mills and Capt. J. R. Ward, USN, Fleet
powder the Baptist team when Air Wing Eleven, team sponsor. The team has completed its sum
they scored nine runs on 10 mer schedule but will resume practice on September 12, at 9 a.m.
CAR WASHOPEN hits. MHB got three runs on in the NAS Indoor Pool. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson, SN)

three hits. Don Stewart, of C&R,
was the winning pitcher for Jax
MONDAY thru SATURDAY while Kelly suffered the loss for

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AUGUST f
JAX AIR NEWS .. ___ PAGE 11

IQ p .Ar&zl '(''':'';;':r.::.. PIGNIT/IS DIFFICULT.

L ,! ', i PREGERVE JrsF ,v ,,

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ALCOHOL- tir I
(AFPS Weekly Feature) wJr. ",: ', .
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( Weekly Feature) L What four major league i' :>t

Heroes and Heroines baseball teams derived their M &" :,,'
nick-names from their sox? '< t :ft.
Servicemen, both active and former, had a big hand-'ln that July 2. What unique baseball sit- a
25-26 rout of the Russian men's track team In Los Angeles Col- uation was accomplished by New
iseum, site of the 1932 Olympic Games. York Met pitcher Carlton Willey
Three members'* of the U.S. Armed Forces, scoring three points ".. while pitching against San FranCisco /
apiece. In three different events, acrounted for nine of the Uncle Sept 10, 1963? #
Sam's, 138 total The Russian men finished with 97 points, their 3. What two professional foot- r cD
lowest output In the six-year history of the home-and-home Russian- ball teams will meet Aug 28, ..
American'track and field series. 1964, inanArmed Forces benefit "

The service standouts were John Moon, Army, who took secondIn game? 411.
the 100-meter dash; Paul Drayton, Army, second In the 200-meter
dash and Don Jelsy, Marine Corps, second In the decathlon. .:. .v,.',. Answer to Quiz'sleulptVD -
Moon,,-who ran the 100 In 10.7 behind Henry Carr's winning 10,3

also anchored the American victory In the 400-meter relay. The [ :: sjnoi is
100-meter race was the first event on the opening day card and Qq1 put saeag 08eJq: :: ottL .C :
the American sweep established a trend. "now adjisj: inoino Maag1AaIIM \aR -
The United States men swept 11 of 22 events, took first place In pue >{ptws: nosy Anew :

16 and won all 12 running events, Including a couple that ended long 'uoqs o) ino pspunoaS now ms f -.y ...
Soviet domination. The Americans were given only so-so chancesto ear Mspjo uj saaqiojq aajqi pa 4727 Son Juan
win the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the 5,000-meter run. But -JJJ94 pue 01 paipijd: XaiiM( *Z ADMIRMG GLANCE-Lani Wil Phone 384-5852
George Young and Jeff Fishback ran 1-2 In the steeplechase and spay jueupujo:: aq jj pue (PI08 ton casts an admiring glance over ;
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Schul's spectacular victory was clocked in 14.12.4; slow relativeto 041 pus 'xos paH uojsog
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In the special bear hunts In the "
There were a dozen other heroes in the heralded meet, Including '
Osceola National Forest musts WOOdJ I
world records by Dallas Long (shot put, 67'10") and Fred Hansen nd their applications to the \ AUTO PARTS

(pole vault, 17'4"), but several heroines also emerged* Lake City office of the Game and ,'
The United States' girl's team, loser to the Soviet gals six years Fresh Water Fish Commission "
competition separately, the Russians hertofore have been in the habitof 28 THIS SPECIAL-
prior to 11:00 a.m. August )YVEEKS
combining their two teams' scores for publication abroad. That t
according to Regional Manager
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way, the lopsided women's victory along with a closer men's score Brantley Goodson .
enabled them to claim total victory. This year, the combined score Includes:Compression Tester. Vacuum Tester Timing Light
reads: U.S. 186, RIssia 156.Hunters ,
Goodson said there will be COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND
14 three-day hunts beginning Sep- ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES
Can Look For tember 21, continuing through j
November 7. Each hunt will be COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICEOPEN

limited to not more than 17 WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30 PM ,
An Abundant HarvestThe people, and each group must obtain -
a $50.00 hunt permit. All SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00: PM ,

outlook for a successful 1964-65 hunting season is good. The hunters must possess a valid WOODY McCULLERS USN RET. ,
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According to AD. Aldrich, director, Game and Fresh Water Fish Lake City office at 11:00 a.m.
Commission, It Is difficult to make an accurate forecast at this timeas August 28, to determine hunt OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD.
much wildlife data remains to be gathered and many unforeseen parties and dates. Applicationsmay J JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ph.725-8644&725-8645 t
factors may slip Into the game. With favorable weather and suitable be made by letter and must = nrs =
habitat, wildlife will generally replenish Its own and the hunter may state the applicant's name and

look for a good! harvest. address and be accompanied bya GET AMISSILE
Deer: More numerous than check to cover cost of the
ever and apparently thriving Dove: A slight overall nationwide permit. Applications are to be
Increase which Is reflectedIn
throughout the State. Several the two bird Increase In the sent to the Game and' Fresh AGE DEAL!
areas report that deer are becoming Water Fish Commission, P.O.
a problem, and other dally bag limit. Box 908, Lake City.

previously closed areas will be Duck: A small increase In .
open to deer hunting for the the breeding population may off- NEW CARSLowest

first time.Turkeys. set spotty breeding conditions.The Prices
: A good hatch in most fall flight will depend on WEDGEWOODAPARTMENTS Highest Trade-in Allowance
sections and If the young poultsare the summer rains maintaininggood
.Easy Terms- The Nicest Treatment in Town
not damaged by adverse water levels in areas where
J
weather the wild turkey will the level was low.CAN .
again be a prime target for the ACROSS FROM aii USED CARS
sportsmen. NAS MAIN GATE
Quail: Generally plentiful with : Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
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For. Financing Ahd/nsuronce/ 4
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Squirrel: The midsummerstatus DYER M. BURR M20.
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(Continued from Page 9)) (Continued From Page 1)) Shorts
C131F Convalr to
on transport I
Combat Alrcrewman. If he can-
help support the two Neptunes.
meet the requirements In that
not
time he will be dropped from During the cruise, which will The Jax Navy Softball schedulefor
his crew assignment.All return to the United States about this week Is: Thursday, 7pm.
December 2, 1964, the U.S. units Jax Navy vs.Com FalrJ ax;Friday
regularly assigned air crew will visit eight countries South 7:30 p.m. Jax Navy vs. City
members receive hazardous duty America Trinidad and Panama. Engineers; Saturday, 1:30 p.m.,
. pay which helps compensate The U.S. units will be under Jax Navy vs. Painters Poultry. UNDER
! for the endless maintenance du- the operational control of Commander -
South Atlantic Forces, *
I ties and long fatiguing anti-sub
Rear Admiral A.R Gralle. The deadline for entries In the
and surveillance patrols. Witha
brief and preflight Inspection Admiral Robert L. Dennison, Fall series of Intramural Touch NEW
before takeoff flying the patrol (ret.) former Commander In football Is Friday, August 2L
parking and gassing the aircrafton Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet *

return to home base; It Is has stated that "the lessons The first days schedule,Tues* AGEMENI
not uncommon for the VP air- learned and the training achieved day August 25, for the Fall'In-
crewman to spend a seventeenor through past UnItas OperationsIn tramural golf season Is: 'Front
eighteen hour day. the techniques and tactics of nine--2:30 p.m. FAETU vs. Admin -
antisubmarine warfare have ; front nine 3 p.m. 679th vs.
In addition to receiving the satIsfaction added appreciably to the capabilities VP-30 "A"; back nine at 3 p.m.
of performing a much- of our military defense Supply vs. Hospital AU.
needed, highly-technical mis- forces. In addition, those exercises *
sion, VP Combat Aircrewmen have been highly instru-
travel widely. In 1963 alone mental In further strengtheningour There will be an organizational
VP-5 crew members operated bonds of friendship and un- meeting for Intramural volleyball -Si
from airfields In Europe, Asia, derstanding." on Wednesday, August 26,at 9:30
Africa the North Atlantic and VP-18 also participated InUnl- a.m. In the Ma Inside Gym, Bldg.

the Caribbean islands. tas III In 1962. This Unitas 3. _
r operation was called back to the
With its sophisticated elec- U.S. In late October to help CAREER
tronic equipment and high skilled take up posts In the Cuban Quar- 64 CHEVELLE WAGON. . . . . . S???
crew, the patrol aircraft is'extremely entlne. Units of some South OPPORTUNITYBEING Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, RBH'fac
effective in fulfilling the American nations who participated RELEASED FROM tory air cond., luggage rack, many extras, GM Executivecar.
Navy's demanding missions. The in Unitas III also took part ACTIVE DUTY THIS YEAR? .
tasks Include anti-submarine in the qua rent Inc. Prestige national corpora- 63 IMPALA 4 DR HARDTOP .. . . . .$2795
warfare, shipping surveillance, Thirty-three hand picked tion offers good starting Auto. trans, V-8, power steering and brakes, electric win-
photography, aerial mining and members of VP-18s Flying salary, plus bonus to past dows and seats, factory air cond.
Search and Rescue missions con Phantoms will make up the two USN officer having recent- 63 FALCON FUTURA COUPE. . . . . $1695
ducted anywhere in.the broad expanse plane UnitaS Detachment These ly served at one of local Auto trans., 6 cyl., R&H, Solid Red with side wall tires.

which surrounds our men will be commanded by Lcdr Navy installations. No travel 63 IMPALA CONVERTIBlE. .. .. . . . $2495
country and the countries of our Dells Negron Jr., the Offlcer- extensive training and Auto. trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, Silver Blue with
allies. In-Charge. VP-18 is Commanded office provided. White Top.

by Commander Samuel K, Mans- Position ,will be discussedby 63 FALCON WAGON DELUXE .. . . 1795
field, and is under the operational Auto. trans., R&H, XXXX Clean.
administrative control of Com- interview.preliminary phone 63 FORD 'FASTBACK' ... . . .' S2295
CommissionedContinued mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven. 4 on the floor, T-Bird 390, R&H, Solid Black.
CALL 353-9718 62 BEL AIR WAGON . . . . . S2095
( from Page 1 1)) Auto. trans., V-8, power steering and brakes, R&H, fact.
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
He has approximately 7,000 Some day we shall be ashamednot air cond.
hours in the air and at the pre- to know how our neighborlives. 62 CHEVY II4 DR .. . . . . $1495
sent time he is flying helicoptersfor When we truly know how Auto. trans., R&H, Ivory over Red, Extra Sharp.
NAS and he also serves as he lives and why his childrensuf- 62 FORD WAGON. . .. . . . . M595
utility pilot. fer, that kind of living and that L 4 door, auto. trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, Solid blue extra

LTjg. Kearse and his wife, kind of suffering will cease. clean.
Lula, have three children, Julia C. Lathrop, Children's Bureau t 62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN . . . . $1795
Brenda, 12, Guwen, 10, and Mike, U S Office of Health, Education 4 door, 9 passenger wagon auto/transmission/ V-8, power
2L and Welfare.VANDERBILT VACATIONDREAMS steering, R&H.
61 CHEVROLET WAGON "PARKWOOD"$1495

Auto. trans., 6 cylinder, power steering R&H, all origi
nal.
61 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . .. . . . $1595
I TIRES Auto/transmission V-8, R&H, power steering, yellow with
C&Ht ill black top.

"PROVEN FOR MILEAGE.QUAUTY.PRICE" 61 VOLKSWAGON . .. . . . . 51095
3 PUTTPUTTGolf 4 speed transmission, XXXX Clean.
AUTO CENTERSTO YOU
SERVE 60 IMPALA SPORTS COUPE. . . . . $1495
Courses Auto. trans., 6 cyl., R&H,tutone blue. Cleanest one in town.
NO MONEY I DOWN. ;:-- 1,17 ::i 60 COMET WAGON. . . . . . 51095
Vacation Auto. trans., 6 cyl., R&H, luggage rack, extra clean.
59 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. . .. .. . . $1095
lit QUALITY NYLON Vanderbilt Premium Fun Festival Auto. trans., V-8, R&H, Solid White with Red interior.
38 MONTH
24 MONTH

UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE L n 1 exciting
BLACKWAU WHITEWALLSIZE days in
SIZE EACH EACH
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700.13 .. .. .. 1133 700.13 ... .... U.33 t ft CORVAIRS .FALCONS VALIANTS t tU.2
7$0i14 .. .. .. 11.33 7JOil4 .. .. .. U 63 SEPARATETRIPS
800.14. . ... 1313 100.14. .. ...w 1961 FOR 2 DOOR 4 DOOR -AUTO. TRANS. & STANDARDS
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no.IS . . eta 9SO.I4 ... .. .. }$.46670itS 0'TO CHOOSE FROM FROM 5698
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