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Creation Date: August 27, 1964
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VOL. 22' NO. 26 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 27, 1964



VP-18 Locates Sunken New Hospital Heads -



Tug Off Georgia CoastA Building Plans Here k


request by the Brunswick, Georgia Port Authority for assistanceIn A new, 400-bed hospital, at NAS Jacksonville costing $7,150,000,
locating a sunken tug loaded with explosives near Brunswick was heads a list of proposed projects in the Fiscal Year 1965 Military
answered on August 19 by an SP2H Neptune from Patrol Squadron Construction Appropriation Bill for this area.

Eighteen based at NAS Jackson- The new hospital still muchin
ville. Using Its Magnetic Airborne the planning stage. At this

Detactlon EquipmentMAD 'Ii moment, it is difficult to deter-
( ), the Neptune located the P I I r mine when construction will

rug Michael, which had sunk dur- begin. It is fairly certain that the
ing a storm In the shipping chan 0 structure will be eight stories
nel and had become a hazard to high, with the ground floor con-

navigation.The taining all labs, the second floor j
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tug was located by VP-18-s z being the Administrative spaces
Crew One with LTjg( ) B. L. Captain J. R. Mackroth presents and the top six stories being the

Knapp tlylng as pilot In com- Jimmie Morris, A01, his commendation patient area.

mand. being selectedas ...
upon No official information has ""
The request tor assistance was >
.ServicemanoftheMonth.for +5 r
been received as to exactly
made to VP-18-s operational July. Morris is attached to the what other projects have been
commander Commander Fleet
,
Weapons Department authorized. The following list has
Air Wing Eleven, Capt. A. C.
been compiled by BUWEPS and
Cason and was relayed to VP-
the local news media.
18's Crew One while they were Morris Cops

preparing tor a routine training NAS Jax was authorized
mission. Crew One proceeded to Capt. Charles W. Pittman LCdr H.E. Baker $1,445,000 to be alloted as fol-
OutstandingSailor
the Brunswick area and alter one lows: Communications Center,
and one halt hours of search, Pittman FAETU Command $1,049,000; Optical Landing Sys-
located the sunken tug with their Cap!. ward tem, $41,000; Electrical Distribution ( -

detection equipment about 12 Taken Lines, $223,000; and
miles southeast of BrunswickIn Takes CommandOf Jimmie, E. Morris, A01 received By Former $132,000 for Heating System Ex-
the shipping channel The position the award for "Serviceman tension. ,
was marked with marine NARTU JaxCapt. of the Month" for July from Assistant OinC NAS Cecil Field received

smokelights to assist a Port Captain J.R. Mackroth, CO NAS, $3,860,000 to be appropriated as
Authority surface craft who Charles W. Pittman relieved in ceremonies held Thursday, Lieutenant Commander H. E. follows: Airfield Lighting.
Samuel L. Lanier August 20. In addition to the com- Baker, the Assistant Officer in
Capt.
sent a diver over the side at $118,000; Maintenance Hangar,
Officer of NARTU mendation Morris received a$50 Charge of FAETU for the past
the position to verify the find. Commanding $2,852,000; Missile Support
The aircraft then resumed its Jax, in ,ceremonies held this check and he and his wife will be year, took over the command of Fa 1l1ty, $415,000; and tIE. .
training flight. morning in Hangar 113. the guests of the local USO fora the detachment, l f riday August Chapel. $475,000.NAS .
John L. Raulerson, General The ceremonies included a visit to historic St. Augustine. 21, from Commander J.S. Walker Sanford was authorized
Manager of the Brunswick Port personnel inspection by Capt. Attached to the Ammunition and who will leave the FAETU post: $2,004,000, of which Hangar,
Authority relayed his thanks to Lanier and Capt. Pittman. Explosive Division of the Wea- for duty as Deputy Chief of Staff Shops & Offices received

Fleet Air Wing Eleven and VP-18 Speeches by RAdm. Robert Gold- pons Department since reporting Operations Navy USClnC South in $357,000; A/C Parking Apron,
In a telegram which said, thwalte ComFalrJax and RAdm. aboard March, 1963, Morris was P a lam a.Among. $731,000; Maintenance Hangar,
"Thank you for your assistancein George P. Koch, Chief of Naval chosen for his outstanding per- the guests at the Changeof $644,000; A/C Power Check
Air Reserve precededthe formance of duties, In connect Ion Command Ceremonies were
precisely locating the wreckof Training, Facility, $103,000; and Sewer
the tug Michael Shipping can two Captains reading their with the Important mission of Captain A. C.CasonCommodore System, $117,000.The .
Fleet Air Eleven] and Cap-
Wing
orders. his department and the heavy responsibilities -
now resume a safe normal pat- Naval Station at Mayport
tern. We are grateful"The Capt. Pittman, a graduate of of his billet.Morris tain H. B. Bassett, CommandingOfficer $1,053,000 distributed as follows:
members of Crew One In the U. S. Naval Academy, Classof performs these duties In a FAETULANT Norfolk, Fire & Crash Station, $120,000;

addition to LTjg( ) Knapp who 1942, comes to NARTU Jax highly professional manner and Virginia. Chapel, $300,000; Barth Barri-
Fleet Airborne Electronics
the from Commander Service Force, has organized and motivated his cade Fleet
were on flight were LTjg( ) $46,000; Training
Atlantic Fleet where he servedas crew into a highly effective unit. Training Unit has three primary
R. A. McLeod, LTjg( ) W. R. Center, $340,000; and Fire
Assistant Chief of Staff for He has personally directed the functions: The Avionics division
Groth, G. S. Gartman, ADRC, Fighting School, $247,000.
Instructs Fleet in the
of of personnel
Millis ADR3 S. Saxon Ordnance. movement of thousands tons The from the
Z. F. J. only dropouts
maintenance and of Avlo-
AX2, A. J. Cribblns, AX3, N. J. Capt. Lanier assumed command ammunition and high explosives repair program are a Barracks Building

Imoff, ATN3, M. M. Nolen, AOL of.NARTU.. .in... ..August. 1963. (Continued on Page 3)) (Continued--on> Page 3)) and an Aircraft Systems .
Training Building for NAS Cecil
Field. Both of these projects will ,
WOProgramOpens drop to the FY-1966 Program. I


AgainThe 'Yole'Leiler


Can Win Cash
news that first class petty
officers and chiefs have been Valley Forge, Pa. ....Cash and
waiting for, about the Warrant honor awards are still availablefor
Officer Program Is finally here. your thoughts on your rightto
This program, which was In a vote. All Armed Forces per-
.
,
state of flux for years until It's h ; d "kM ir wa r PrM nawa x w'w a. SY.ar"x yJ r '1"r. ... sonnel are reminded of the
discontinuance In 1959, has reopened awards offered annually by Free f
as a modern program designed doms Foundation at Valley Forgefor
particularly to meet cur- outstanding statements writ-
rent operating needs of the Navy. ten by military personnel The
Requirements for Warrant Of- awards include cash awards of
ficer are definite and for the most up to $1,000, George Washington -
part not subject to waiver. FIRST FLIGHT LCdr. Delis Negron, Jr., Officer in Charge, of the VP-18 two plane Unitas Detach. Honor Medals, and partici-
The applicant has to be a citi- ment, moves his plane onto the runway as the first plane of the US-South American Anti-Submarine pation in the awards presentation
zen of the U.S. and at least 23 warfare training exercise departs NAS Jacksonville Friday, August 21 for a three and one half ceremonies In Washington, D.C.,

(Continued on Page 12)r''Y ) month operational exercise in South America.:(Navy Photo by Jim Patrick PHAN) (Continued on Page 11))



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Chaplain Carl P. Daw

SUNDAY The report which every man is required to make concerning his
8:00: a.m. Service of Holy. activity will be characterized by one of two words either"achieve-
Communion ment or "alibi' The man of achievement is Industrious, direct
9:30 a. m. Service of Divine and asks no favors. The man of alibi Is lazy vague and blames others
Worship for his failure. Jesus taught this In the parable of the Talents recorded -
9:30 a. m. Sunday School for in Matthew 25:14-30.:
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 Three servants are used as the characters in the parable. To
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine one Is given five talents to another two talents and to a third one

Worship talent. The first doubled his by hard work. So did the second, but
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship not so the third man. He merely took his talent and hid It In the
earth. The first two were men of achievement and made a success.
/irs TO VOTEEditorial
vquTY WEDNESDAY. The third was a man ol alibi and failed. The parable teaches three

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7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal and ((3)) success requires a willingness to give more than you receive.
Elbert Hubbard in "A Message to Garcia" recounts a heroic deed

12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, ot the Spanish-American War. Shortly after his country entered
Also all the war, President McKInley desired to contact one of the insur-
on Holy Days
Votes Supply ClimaxTo Catholic Services at St. Ed... gents, General Garcia who was out of reach ol all communicationexcept
He told that it could the
ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval courier. was anyone get messageto
Hospital Garcia it would be"a man by the name ot Rowan". He was summoned -
and given one instruction -- deliver the message to General
Campaign DramaOne SUNDAY MASS Garcia. He complied with this Instruction and after much hazard-

6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital ing of his lire succeeded. Had he been a man ot alibi history would

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- not have recorded the name of Rowan among its military heroes.To .
of the dramas on earth is entering the final scenes.
greatest
ward's Chapel you much has been entrusted. Prove faithful in accepting your
The players are performing with great intensity, building toward responsibility. Be a man of achievement not of alibi.
the big climax. DAILY MASS
The drama of course. Is the 1964 presidential campaign and the
'" big climax is Election Day Nov. 3. The players are the candidates, 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel

the duction campaign on stage.managers and all the people it takes to get the pro- MONDAY & TUESDAY Jewish Congregations Extend

But this is one production in which, ultimately the audience playsa 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC
greater role than any of the principals. Without them and their vote,
the drama would have no big climax.As FRIDAY Hospitality To ServicemenThe

servicemen, we are an Important part of the audience--the 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
American people. We are the first to be affected by the course of
SATURDAY Jewish of Jacksonville announce special ser-
Congregations
national defense policy. We can reasonably be expected to scrutinizethe
vices and home for service incident to"the
ideas of the candidates on this great issue more carefully than 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel hospitality personnel holy
the citizen. days of Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (Day
average CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY of Atonement .
And we should never delude ourselves that, because we wear uniforms )
we should remain aloof from the contest. The uniform doesn't 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before At sunset on Sunday Septem-
ber 6, the holy day of Rosh character. It of fast
being a day
amount to a reason not to vote; it amounts to a duty to vote! Masses
Your branch of the Armed Forces wants you to vote I It urges youto Catechism Classes:GradeSchoolSATURDAY Hashanah begins the 10-day ing there are to be no concerns
apply for an absentee ballot. It appoints a voting officer to give period known as the "Days of with anything except the spiritual
Awe". the origins (
Although exact aspects of life.
you assistance in obtaining It.
Your home state wants you to vote I It provides all the necessary 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities of this holiday are buried The three Jacksonville Syna-
ballots and voting information.And building 722
above all, the candidates want you to vote I After all, one of Exodus contains clear instructions Conservative have scheduled
r them will be your Commander-In-Chlef as a result of the election. for the ways in which services for Sunday Monday and
this day was to be observed.The September 6 through 8
Your Interests and your mission will be among his greatest concerns.So Tuesday
why not join the cast? Send for your absentee ballot today and Traffic most dramatic moment In the in observance of Rosh Hashanah
make sure your name is listed in the credits when the final curtain traditional Rash Hashanah ser- and Tuesday and Wednesday,Sep-
comes down (AFPS) ViolationsThe vice comes with the blowing of tember 15 and 16, in observanceof
the shofor (a ram's horn). To Yom Kippur.. Specific infor-
Gives Jews ancient and modern, the mation relative to times of ser-
Army Training Program following is a of
report
piercing sound of the shofor vice or the locations of the
vehicle accidents
motor and traf-
meant the tearing away of the old synagogues can be secured by
fic violations for the
Chance To period year and a plea to God that calling the Chaplains Office, Extension -
Ineligibles Serve August 16 through August 22. he remember man. But above 425 or 470.

everything else, It Is an alarmto In conjunction with the effortof
Number of AccidentsThis
Washington (AFPS--An experimental program to train, educate man to awaken him from Indolence the synagogues' desire to serve
and physically rehabilitate men who cannot meet current standardsfor to rouse him from moral our military personnel and dependents -
enlistment In the Armed Forces will In week August 16 through
regular get underway apathy and Inspire him to finda home offered
hospitality is -
November Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara has announced. August 22. . . 44 place for God In God's own to Jewish personnel by
Total
Accidents this
The program is part of a Onx Bad KxyXvxn August 22. . .year. .through. .161 world. Thus of Rosh Hashanah is families of each of the local
major study of existing draft laws Number of accidents through, a holiday reflection and self- congregations. Arrangementscan
and procedures the Secretary though typxwritxr is 1933 evaluation, colored by man's hope be made by calling the
. my August . . 188 for the future.
disclosed. an old modxl, is works qultx Total number of days since last Chaplains Office, Extension 425
Intended to reduce reliance on wxll xxcxpt for onx of thx kxys. Injury in vehicle accident. .13 Yom Kippur which marks the or 470.
the draft by expanding the poolof I havx wishxd many timxs thatit conclusion of ten days of penitence -

qualified volunteers the pro- workxd pxrfxctly. Thxrx arx Number of ViolationsThis is completely spiritual In

gram will offer rejects with correctable 46 kxys that function wxll xnough,

deficiencies a chance to but just onx kxy not working week. . . .60
qualify for service In the Army. makxs thx diffxrxnex. Speeding. . . . .7

Secretary McNamara said the Somxtlmx it sxxms to mx that Reckless Driving. . .2 JAX A.Ia NEWS:
training will be available to vol- an xyx satxty program is somx- Going through Stop Sign .1
Other Violations. . .
.50
unteers who score between 16)and thing likx my typxwritxr not
30 on the Armed Forces Quali- all thx kxy pxoplx arx working Thrity-flve drivers appeared

fication Test (AFQT) and can propxrly. You may say to your- before the Traffic Hearing Board the JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
meet current standards of sxlf "I am only onx pxrson. at the meeting held on August distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
medical fitness. Under prevail- I worn t makx or brxak a satxty 24. Disposition of the cases in* Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
ing standards, most applicantsmust program.'" But it doxs makx chide the following: seven lost private firm AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
score 31 or more on the a dlttxrxncx bxcausx an xyx pro- driving and parking privileges NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
AFQT to be acceptable. txction program to bx xftxctlvx aboard the station for various Box 2 NAS Jacksonville' by 12:00: noon on Monday before
nxxds thx coopxration ot xvxry periods; three were assigned to publication News items are welcomed from all sources--
.. Volunteers in the' program will pxrson rxlatxd to that program.So complete eight hour course in Telephone EV.97711, Ext. >162.
enter service for three years with thx nxxt timx you think you remedial driving Instructions; Advertisements solicited by the publisher queries
the provision that they must qualify arx only onx pxrson and that your ten were given suspended penal concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
mentally and physically, xfforts arxnotnxxdxd, rxmxmbxrmy ties; eleven were given warn Company. 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida----
,during the initial 6 to 12 monthsof typxwritxr and say to your- ings; two were dismissed; Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.
training. Those not qualifying sxlf "I'm a kxy pxrs.on.in. our and seven were referred tocom-
will be discharged from service, satxty program and nxxdxd vxry manding officers for possible VOL. 22 NO. 26 AUGUST 27.. 1964t.
the Secretary said. much disciplinary action.



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AUGUST 27, 1964' JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3 -


Green Grows the Purple Grass AFMA Hears

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To Save Airplanes from CrashNew ReportManagement On wa



York (AFPS--When) birds see purple they fly l into a rage.
This theory is behind a British scheme to paint airfields purple

I to attempt to minimize the hazard of birds' flying into windshieldsor On Thursday, August 20,
being sucked Into jet engines and causing accidents. Chapter #40 of the Armed Forces

Aviation experts the world Management Association met fora !

over have long been battling a- luncheon meeting at the 0

gainst birds, which have been Vets Can JoinAINASJax Club. Approximately 75 members
implicated in numerous air dis- attended the meeting. Special

asters. Until now, the experts guests included Captain R. L.
!have tried, without measurable Watson, NAS Supply Officer;Cap I t

success any number of anti-bird tain S. D. Wright, CommandingOfficer
remedies from noises to tape recordings NAS Cecil Field; CaptainJ.
have
of bird distress callsto created Recent vacancies retirements in Naval Air A. HlegeL NAS Public Works ...,.,
keep airfields birdfree.The Officer and the Executive Offi- ,
purple airfield idea might Reserve squadrons attached to cers of the three local stations, P.
effective. The idea is cred- the Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit Cdr.
prove L. A. Menard of NAS Jax,
aboard the JacksonvilleNaval Dolls, horses, and houses. This is just one of' the many displays to
ited to British amateur gar- Cdr. J. G. Osborne, Jr., of NS I
deners. Who discovered that Air Station. Mayport, and Cdr. D. C. Taylor, be seen at Toyland. Located in Bldg. 514,Toy land opened its doors j I

birds would not eat grass seed There are presently openingsin XO of NAS Cecil Field. today and will remain open for the shopping convenience of station I

dyed purple. the billets for experienced The program consisted of personnel. Operated by the Navy Exchange,thisyear'sToyland offers -,

The aim is to surround the aviation personnel Reservists presentation by a study group, one of the largest displays of every veriety of' toys. Hours of
for each
airfields with purple grass. The receive four days pay composed of chapter members on operation are 'from 9.4:30 p.m.on weekdays, and 9. 1 p.m. Sat
hope is that the birds will avoid weekend drill in which they parti the subject "Measurement of urday.VANDERBILT.

the grass and hence the air- cipate. Management Effectiveness"
All personnel in pay billets
fields. Members of this group were
within the Naval Air Reserve
Whether the British will are Capers Griffith Supply Dept.,
actually turn green grass purpleat entitled to the recent pay Increase team leader, Thomas L.
into law the ittltlts. .>s
any of the major airfields is signed by Boehmer, O&R Dept. and John
now a subject of minor debatein President. In addition they will Thomas, IRD. The group was introduced -
England. One view is that the be eligible for the anticipated pay by Cdr. K. J. Weber
raise due In 1965.
expense would be heavy and the Study Group Coordinator.The 1CEDAR
Personnel will be available to
grass, like a woman's bleached interview Interested Armed Armed Forces Management -
hair would need constant re- Association provides a
touching. The other view Is that Forces Veterans seven days a means ofexchangingmanagement
week 901 at the Jack-
the cost would be small when at Bldg. know-how and methods amongthe
sonville Naval Air Station. Tele-
matched. many branches of the defense
phone EV 9-7711, ext. 361. establishment and between the 4727 San Juan

defense establishment and industry Phone 3845852f

The Association strivesto

SailorOf Month promote Interest In the Armed MON., TUES., WED. Only HILLS

Forces by private educators and FREE HAIR CUT with each ""
(Continued From Page 1)) professional groups. It also Your
S2.50 Shampoo & Set.
plays a leading role in better- NeighborhoodUSED
despite the hazards Involved Ing the relationship between military THURS is Complete Color 4A
the task accident free
I completed and civilian leaders In the Day Only $5.00 CAR
a I and without injury to personnelMorris Armed Forces. '
fqL possesses a paragonof APPOINTMENT NECESSARY i. DEALERSpecializing
which combined with in 'I,
personality
FAETUCinC OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS .lIa

his vice thorough background knowledge In aviation and ser-ord- (Continued From Page 1)) 1 BY APPOINTMENT a> CLEAN CARS

nics and electronics GARY
equipment. f JACKIE
nance has won his the respect WILLIAMS-Formerly
FAETU supplies technical train- of Jackie Salon, Blanding BLACK WELL
and admiration of all his charges,
Ing aids to support fleet acti- Blvd.
temporaries and superiors.His vities. They also maintain a SPECIALIST IN CUTTING 64 FALCON ..... 52195

.>tJ loyalty, reliability, devotionto special weapons training division NATURALLY CURLY HAIR. 4 Dr. WAGON, 2,000 actu

I1 duty above, and personal conductare which teaches pilots the deliveryof = u1tlt l. al miles aulo. from.,6cyl.,
NEW UNIFORM CHANGE? reproach. :,pccial weapons. Radio Heater.
Morris resides with his wife,
Lieutenant Commander Richard 63 FORD ..... $1795
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Ives was introduced to a new 2 Dr. Hardtop, R&H, auto

uniform change. gigantic 3 trans., bucket seats, power
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Air News COntest .pCiosesAugust31 Two VP-16 Men Crew 9.sViews. Social Security



I R y\ A Receive AwardsCommander Benefits Reach

Monday is the last day for

submitting picture captions incur L W. J. Vaught, $$35% BillionMore

new contest.until 4:30 Entries will be after-accepted Commanding Officer of Patrol The question for this weeksCrew's

Monday n l Squadron Sixteen, recognized two Views is: What Is your
noon. The winning caption will ) men at Morning Quarters Recently of the new "Express than $35 1/2 billion In
opinion
be published next week, along for outstanding naval Line" In the Mainside chow hall? monthly social security benefitshas
t
with other good entries.
achievement. Joe Richey, AME2, VAP-62-- been paid out to wage earner's -
Beginning innextweek'spaper, I ia "4 -1 L 1 Antisubmarine Aircrewman be faster. dependents, and survivors
It doesn't seem to any
will be shown forSeptember's r.r
new picture I Wings of Gold were received by The regular line during the past 25 years, AnthonyJ.
contest.Hurry to get I Richard C. Anderson, ADR3.The about jM Cekbrezze] Secretary of
your entry for August's contestIn Aircrewman Wings are awarded moves just | i Health, Education, and Welfare
fast the
and be watching for the new as as ,; ; ;
of exacting the
only after completion said recently on 25th anni-
A line
speed ,
picture In next week's Issue. A g may-j
requirements Including opera- be faster. The versary of the amendments to the
w -. tional check flights and qualification idea of the speed Social Security Law adding pro-
In three crew positions a- tection for the families of
line is be-)
good
.. board the SP-2E patrol bomber. cause cxi hop workers.

Anderson domonstrated a high days one doesn't feel like eat The original Social SecurityLaw

'. \*} degree of proficiency in all flight ing a complete meal,but it doesn't enacted in 1935, provided
operations, as well as In survival only retirement benefits for
,., : t operate efficiently. I do think it
WASHINGTONESTATES '. -r:';/' techniques, first aid, communications saves on much food being wasted. workers with only a lump sum

i Y'f\ and leadership. John Laming, A03, NAS MAA payable to the worker's estate in
'1'" ':-. Glenn E. Rupp,ATN2, receivedthe Force---It's a pretty good deaL case of his death.FoUowing .
y Commander Naval Air Force,
'j on recommen-
It down 001 up
NEW 3 BEDROOM BATH cuts
U. S. Atlantic Fleet Radio Speed the of the dations of the Committee on Economic -
Brick ConcreteBlockHome length
& ;
Certificate. This
Key Operator's regular chow Security, appointed by
NEXT WEEK this picture will appear award is given to a select few line and people President Roosevelt in 1934, and
AS LOW AS $350 DOWN in Jax Air News with a winning operators who have attained a that don't have I taking note of the experience

$60. PER MONTH caption(for our new contest. high degree of proficiency In very much time" gained in administering the retirement -

There is still time remaining for radio transmitting.Patrol to eat chow can benefit program the

PHO E768.7718 or 765.1296 you to submit your entry, but Squadron Sixteen, usually get out Congress, In the summer of 1939,

DOSTIE BUILDERS hurryl! Someone will be$5 rich located at NAS, Jacksonville, pretty quick enlarged the scope of the Na-

3011 RIBAULT SCENIC DRIVE er, and you could still be the Fla., recently began flying"Orion"long the B. D. Cheatham, SN. Weapons tion's social security program,
Lockheed
new, speedy It a for the
Dept.---I think making program
'- lucky personlHAPPY !
range patrol bomber in Its whole
it's a pretty family.
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primary mission of all-weather good deal Some' ,i. Signing the legislation on Au-

antisubmarine warfare. times you don't! k gust 10, 1939, President Roose-
= PEOPLE feel like going j velt described it as "Another
Most of us do not realize how through and get-2 tremendous step forward in pro-

good we really are. Much of the ting a full meal j k viding greater security for the

DRIVE A talent that lies hidden In the great and it saves go- : people of this country." The expanded -

V average is lost because its ing to the Gee-dunk to get a program, he said, would
owners do not suspect Its ex- sandwich.R. now give "Lifetime family security -

"NEWSED" CAR. istence. M. Gibson, A01. VP-30--- instead of only individual

It saves a lot tr old-age security to the workersin
CHURCH of CHRIST of time on the insured occupations. In addi-

. USED CARS SO 5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. guys going to fir at tion to the worker himself millions
CLEAN THEY THINK NEAR NAS chow, and it of widows and orphans will
THEY'RE NEW! JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. seems to speed now be afforded some degree of

tla SUNDAYS: the process up. protection In the event of his
a Being a 1st class # death whether before or after his
10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP It doesn't really j; retirement".
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP
affect me to much.
DUVAL MOTORSSAN 7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE The 1939 amendments also

provided benefits for the wives
WEDNESDAYS
: A Board of Directors is a groupof
and children of retired workers
JUAN LOCATION 7:30: P.M. MIDWEEK SERVICE individuals who,as individuals,
and for the aged dependent
CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075 can do nothing but who, as a
4538 San Juan Ave. MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 Board, can decide that nothingcan parents of deceased workers.
Further, the date for the first
be done.YOU.
payment of monthly benefits to
Ph. EV 4-4536
retired workers and to the newly
added categories of survivors and

MALIBU. . ... .$2795 63 CHEVy. . . .$1795 dependents was moved ahead two
SUPER SPORT, V.8, Auto2 DOOR, Radio & Heater years -- from 1942 to 1940.
CAN'TLOSE
mafic, Radio & Healer. 62 OLDS F-85.$1795 Since 1939, more than $13.5

billion has been paid out young
Automatic, steering,
power
64 FORD. ..... $2495 & brakes, Radio & Heater. THISMONEY widows and children." "These
2 DR HARDTOP,V-8,Auto- benefit payments, Secretary
Celebrezze said, "meant foodon
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matic, R&H, 6,000 miles. 62 CHEVYIMPALA.$1595
school
the table, shoes aId
HARDTOP, V-8, Radio & supplies, and a chance for the
63 FORD. ..... $2295 Heater. children to live at home insteadof
4 DR.,Automatic,R&H,.pow m < ...it's in in the county orphan asylum or

er steering, air con'dition62 FORD FAIRLANE.$1495 scattered among relatives."
ed. '500 Automatic, Heater. o TRAVELERSCHEQUES
'VTHO ''ZE "f LU

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63 FORD. $2195 H ITAuto. 'E'
60 FORD. . . $895"XLw
HARDTOP V.8 Auto-
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4 Door, Radio & Heater.
matic, Radio& Heater. $tott
60 CHEVY. .... $1095 This kind of money Is impossible to lose --- actually we Rufus II. Meriwether. Owner
63 FALCON. ..... $1295 4 Dr. Sedan V-8, Automatic mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers SPECIALBackToSchool;
Cheque issued to you. Best way there is to carry money
2 Dr.,4 speed transmission. power steering aircon-
when you're traveling.If .
Radio& Heater. ditioning. .

you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way---buy SALEPaper
AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! Travelers Cheques from the Barnett. .Pencils.

Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth. -Lunch Kits Bike Baskets

BANKING HOURS Auto Parts & Accessories
\ ... --I II Monday{ thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM Stoves TV's
Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM Bicycles Washers
I I I o ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS Dryers
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Phone Extensions 8272 8273
I or Catalina Refrigerators

IJ THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANKUS
J DUYM j is ORANGE PARK PLAZA

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FLEET and service. .,
The Ladies of Unit 126 extendan
__ RESERVE Invitation to all Shipmates and _
ASSOCIATIONI I their families to attend a "Cov-
r I ered Dish Supper", Saturday ri
1 evening August 29. Meat, rolls,
,
I 6R t nu n+hr, r 11i and coffee will be provided. EachIs
i itl YUKON oVnocu e I FLORIDA requested to bring a covered

t: user dish (i.e. vegetable, salad, or I
dessert) sufficient for them- 4f if' j
a r selves and one or two others.

i Supper hours are from to8p.m..
Come out and get acquainted. No
Youth Activities Chairman donations will be expected.Our .

___i Roger T. Krell Introduced guest sincere thanks to Shipmate
ff speaker Mr. Bill Fluke of the Lowell Lorbeer for an outstanding -
North Florida Scout Council to job as Public Relations
the members of Branch 126 Chairman. Shipmate Lorbeer Is

attending the monthly meeting on sailing the high seas with VA-
a August 20. The speech was an 86. We hope that he will returnto
f\ Informative one on mentally retarded this area again in the future.
1\\ 1 scouts who are sponsoredby {
CHRISTOPHER T. MOSS, of the Overhaul and Repair Dept. shows Branch 126. A charter for Cub + + + ;

Cdr. Q. R. Whitmore, the fixture for straightening and aligning Pack 218 was then presented to / 4 .

flanges and bearing mountings that he suggested to the Incentive the Branch President DyerBurr, Ute/ g&wtelfltDM
and certificates of appreciation
Awards Committee. Use of this fixture eliminates the use of bar
Scout Brothers James Murphy,
clamps and blocks when it is necessary to correct the out-of-round ChukotPet Ito
Richard Atwood, and Ross Stoker.
condition of the Range The Suggestion netted him a $235 incenti- The Branch extends a hand of

tive check. 'Navy Photo by Jim Patrick, PHAN) welcome to the following new SEEPAGE 12 AND
members who were installed YOU'LL KNOW WHY! PilJp&fItoi
Red Cross Needs FRA-91 August 20: John Ellis,Carl Lind- J 1.

sey, J. C.Kelley,Wallace Miller, RIVERSIDE
Volunteers Now BarBQueFleet Bunyan Boatwright, and Leon
Miller. Congratulations Shipmates CHEVROLET
The Hospital I Red Cross is cur- I Be an asset toy our branch
rently making appointments for Reserve Club will havea by participating in all of Its CEDAR HILLS make
applications for their fall volunteer Bar-B-Que Saturday, August functions of loyalty protection
classes training Gray 29 at the club at 8554 Roosevelt ,
-
Ladies and Staff Aides. Blvd. from 5-8 p. m. The menu
Gray Ladies are needed to assist will consist of Bar-B-Que pork Did
the Red Cross In carryingout (all you can eat),cole slaw,baked t WODOljAUTO: PARTS ,
Its responsibility for recrea- beans, hot rolls and coffee. : nkIr
tion and for services .
personal The Fleet Reserve Club 91 Is -
(shopping, errands, and visiting)
now under new management with THIS WEEKS SPECIAL-
for bed patients. They are also Shipmate Terrell Cannon as HEAVY ,
needed to assist other depart- manager, and Shipmate Cappie DUTY FLOOR SHIFT $$2395
ments of the hospital In non- COMPETITION
Capwell the
as day manager. All REF $46.60
professional duties connectedwith ,
Shipmates are Invited to come out o
the clinics, blood bank and and visit our club. We now feature COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ,
pediatric ward. Staff Aides are sandwiches during the noon hour. ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES
needed for clerical assistance in ,
the Red Cross social service and Branch 91 Invites all the Ship- COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE ,
recreation offices.In mates of all branches to attend I
Branch at OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30: PM
our regular meetings
order to work as a Red
Cross volunteer in the hospital, the Clubhouse on the first Thurs- SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00: PM k .
day of each month at 8 p. m. t
is
training necessary. Gray Lady have WOODY McCULLERS 'USN RET.
We are always happy to
training will be held five mornings -
visiting Shipmates. Branch 91 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1700 HIGHWAY 17
21
September through 25. t -
Staff Aide training will consistof now has over 580 members In t JACKSONVILLE 10, FLA. ORANGE PARK, FLA. t
some of the same sessions, good standing and Is growing PH. 388-8031& 387-7031 Ph. 264-9513&264-9514
according to the specific job dally I Our meetings are always OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD.
assignment. Persons interestedIn Interesting and we have a good t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ph.725r8644&725-8645 t '
attendance. Come out and meet t
this type of volunteer ser- s = =

vice may call the Hospital Red some of_. .your______ _old.......Shipmates._ ,' ,,:",....>_r.."'......_""" :<':cI.J: : ,_.{..."""' ..'....:W.1.:.'.'.,, .: .!.:I.!?.>:.:t;'.:.!;;:c:mi .:?,;:;:c.w:: ..

Cross for Information extensions and 211 for appoint-or 213, r!b.. .ru.:,.x.::::!..,.;.oI ,,.;.:.:,:.. .,,',,,.v:..,',.;,r.{, .{{..:;,;.{. .,.? :;:: isI
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Red Cross Nurses Aides although wY
training is not offered for this ?

group. Dependents transferringin
with this certification may also Vt BE.GNS HoME'W
call the Hospital Red Cross if : A NEW
they are willing to volunteer. N


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Doin's Thursday, August 27 Thursday, August 27 MoviesMovies Club

Happy Hour Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. will be shown regularly Thursday, August 27

Thur., ,ay, August 27 Dinner 6-9 p. m. Steak Cookouton at 7 p.m. Monday through
Open Friday, August 28 Pool Patio Saturday. Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: p. m.

Dance to Gappy Combo NATTC will have two feature Friday, August 28
iIi&
Fr Friday, August 28 times 2 p.m.. and 7 p.m. on
March Wits Saturdays and Sundays. The hos- Mark Castle Combo 8:30.
oats
9-1 a. m.Saturday. Saturday, August 29 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. pital will have one feature on 12:30 a. m.Saturday. .

29 Dance to Johnny Arnold "4 Dinner 6-9:30 p. m. Sunday's at 7 p.m. August 29
August Charlie Jay 8-12 a. m. The Ma Inside theatre will stay

The Night Shades 9-1 a. m. Sunday, August 30 the same except for the evening Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:30
Saturday, August 29 feature which will begin at 7:30 12:30 a. m.Sunday.
Sunday, August 30 Dance to Mach Four and Jerry p.m. These are subject to
August 30
.... Dinner 6-9:30 p. m.
Phil and the Chantels 8:30 Gray change.
Cay
Sam Ross 8-12:30 a. m. .. Game
Night 5:30-7:30 p. m.
11:30 m.Monday.
p. Monday, August 31 The Redcoats 8:30-11:30 p. m.

August 31 Pizza Night Sunday, August 30 Thursday, August 27 Monday, August 31

Pizza 2 for 1 night Buffet 6-9 p. m. Prime Ribs of Mainside Devil at Four
Tuesday, September 1 Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m.
Tuesday, September 1 Beet, Steamship round O'clock Frank Sinatra,Spen-
Happy HourWednesday cer Tracy. Tuesday, September 1
Happy Hour 5 p. m. Monday, August 31 NATTC Pink Panther David
Game 7:30-9:30
Night p. m.
Peter Sellers
Wednesday, September 2 September 2 Happy Hour 3:30-6: p. m. Niven
Errol
Hospital Dodge City Wednesday, September 2
Game Night 8 p. m. Dance to Playboys Dinner 6-9 p. m. Seafood Buffet Flynn, Olivia De Havilland.
on Pool PatioTuesday Movies 8 p. m.


September 1 Friday, August 28
,
Happy Hour 3:30-6: p. m. Mainside This Happy Feeling -

Dinner 6-9 p. m. (Italian) Debbie Reynolds, Curt Jurgens Fleet Reserve
NATTC Devil at Four O'clock
WANTED
Wednesday, September 2 Frank Sinatra, Spencer Tracy.
Personnel buying or selling real
Hospital Pink Panther David
- IA estate who: Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Niven Peter Sellers. Club 91
E 1. Desire assurance that property title is
correctly&satisfactorily handled. Dinner 6-9 p. m. Fried Chickenon
2. Want the correct Information concerning Pool Patio with music by 8554 Roosevelt Blvd.
Interest rates and property values in to- the "Travellers Saturday, August 29

WALTER J. S C HUB day's 3. Don't market.want repercussions in the futureU.S.N. Mainside 633 Squadron Cliff Thursday, August 27

(RET.) incorrectly processed.ions which have been Robertson, George Chakiris Pizza Night
NATTC This Happy Feeling-
James E. Mead, Inc. Realtor Why risk thousands of dollars with- Debbie Reynolds, CurtJurgens Friday, August 28

out professional advice? Consult a USO Notes Hospital Devilat Four O'Clock- Happy Hour 4-5 p. m.
ACL BLDG. 355-5474 Realtor for a quick and safe, sale Frank Sinatra, Spencer Tracy.
RES. 721-0851 or purchase. Saturday, August 29

Thursday, August 27 Sunday, August 30 Bar-B-Que 5-8 p. m.
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Mainside
Golden Arrow Tab
il Homemade Goodies 30
Night Hunter, Rosanna Poddesta Sunday, August

Friday August 28 NATTC 633 Squadron Cliff Teen-Age Dance 2-5 p. m.

I CENTRAL OR Where Good Folks Meet Robertson, George Chakiris Monday, August 31
This
Hospital Happy Feeling -

I Saturday, August 29 Debbie Reynolds, CurtJurgens Happy Hour 4-5 p. m.
GATOR LANES
.. Programs For Your Relaxation Tuesday, September 1
'I Monday, August 31
1838 CASSAT AVENUE Phone EV 4.4556 Sunday, August 30 Shuffle Board Tournament
4316 I II Mainside of Sadie -
I BRENTWOOD AVE. Phone PO 8.2595 USO Friends Mating -
I II Joan Collins, Kenneth Moore Wednesday, September 2

I 24 Newly modernized lanes Fully air-conditioned NATTC Golden Arrow Tab Happy Hour 4-5 p. m.
FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities Monday, August 31 : Hunter, Rosanna Poddesta
I
Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work Open Hospital 633 Squadron Cliff Members and guest are invited

I BRING THIS COUPON FREE GAME Robertson, George Chakiris
FOR ONE Tuesday, September 1

.1 I WITH TWO PAID GAMES, ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. I Game Night Tuesday, September 1
CAREER
I WINTER LEAGUES NOW FORMING |
REGISTER NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! Mainside Walk on the Wild OPPORTUNITYBEING
1 Wednesday, September 2 Side Barbara Stanwick,

I ___ __________ _____ __ J) Disc Jockey Show NATTC Laurence- Harvey Mating of Sadie ACTIVE RELEASED DUTY THIS FROM YEAR?

Joan Collins, Kenneth Moore Prestige national corpora-
Hospital Golden Arrow Tab tion offers good starting
.- salary, plus bonus to past
Hunter, Rosanna Poddesta
NEW 1964 PLYMOUTH Several NEW 1964 PLYMOUTH USN officer having recent-

9 PASS. STATION WAGON CI RS" FURY CONVERTIBLE ly served at one of local

,- 361 Engine, powerbrakes, radio & / PLYMOUTIIS 1 361 Engine light package torque Wednesday, September 2 Navy Installations. No tra-
Weather Jet neater. Variable speed rite auto. 3 speed trans., power vel extensive and
It VALIANTS steering&brakes,push bunco radio, Mainside Escape by Night training
wipers windshield washers, outside Weather Jet heater seat belts deluxe Terrance office provided.
mirror, Inside day& night mirror. Left at Comparable Savings) steering wheel windshield Longdon, Jennifer
flute 3 ..While washers variable speed elect wipers Jones Position will be discussedby
torque auto. speed trans., They Last
tinted glass front and rear NATTC Walk on the Wild Side- preliminary phone
power steering, deluxe steering r4 Bank Rate Financing ij bumper guards.wheel covers out- Barbara Stanwick, Laurence Interview.
wheel safety padded dash, elect Little Or side mirror inside day & night
.
Harvey
clock, back up lights, tinted glass .> No Down mirror factoryunderoattng.sakty: CALL 353-9718
...
,. Payment padded dash backup lights wsw Hospital Mating of Sadie -
and bumper ,. .
guards.
tires Now $2999
Only
Joan Collins
*. Kenneth Moore 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

APPROXIMATELY MINUTES FROM NAS-SOUTH ON HIWAY



CLYTON REVELS CAREER SALES I

s a aI
: ; ;CI OPPORTUNITYNational

Company Is Interested In Interviewing C P.O. Or
a s
ORANGE AVE CdVE
- GREEN OTflcer Being Released From Active Duty This Year. Man
Selected Will Receive High Starting Income, Compresen-
PHONE JACKSONVILLE DIRECT2646555 sive Training Program, Plus All Company Benefits. Jack-

sonville Area. Write Showing Age, Military Status And
CHRYSLER Date Of Separation To Box 4-Fx/o Jax Air News 4724 Clyde
MPTORS.CORPORATIQN.MARK OF 0 Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.



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By Kay Leljedal, SN

r q In the past few days we've

had two new girls check-in from

RTC-W, Bainbridge Welcome Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

board Gloria Shaputis, SA, and Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not 'later than

s 1 Danille Veillux, SA. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -

,, a Away for a short vacation are: too late for this deadline will be published the following

t, .k. Ingrid Monahan, AG1; Evelyn week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .

Ray, DTl; Bonnie Albert, SK2; check or money order for the full cost of thud must be.

",; Jackie Galloway PN3; Julia Edwards received WITH the copy for the ad.

SN; and Maureen Swift, DO NOT SEND CASH.

'" AA. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00

;j. 7 Per additional line ((4 words per line). .. . 35 I
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Mayport Wives DUPLEX APTS FOR RENT.Furn. PUBLIC NOTICE

{ \ {f: (Air Cond) & Unfurn. Well kept. FREIGHT SALVAGE
.
.j'1....,.. .1 2915 & 2917 Remington St. Only Scratched in Shipment
',..: ., :. perm persons. No childrennopet. VACUUM CLEANERS
:
< .\t/.. :. .' .. Will Sponsor EV 91982. Four ((4)) Brand New, has all the
'Iii" (.:' ;, "' .: Axa *'t M attachments for cleaning rugs,

SINGER AUTOMATIC AND CAB floors, dusting, spray gun for
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Presidentof
Navy Wives INET Sold new over $300. Now waxing or painting, etc. $15.00
Wives Club '86, ex- Talent ShowThe
Navy
only $60, pay $6 a, month. Call Cash. Original Guarantee. Free
tended a hearty welcome to for free home trial anytime. Home Inspection, No Obligation.

Captain and Mrs.1.R.Machoth. Club #86By CALL 353-9977 Florida Sewing Call 353-1946 Warehouse Nightor

The reception held Saturday CPO Wives Club at May- Machine and Supply Company. Day.

evening, August 22 was to honor Maria Bennett port has Just announced plans for

the Captain and Mrs. Mac- an amateur talent show. Participants SEWING MACHINES Brand New TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT,6085
are restricted to active and Townsend Rd.. Free local haul-
Necchi
kroth for accepting sponsorshipof Members of Navy Wives Club "Supernova. Zig-zag,

the club.FRA Jax #86 held reception on Saturday dent's retired stationed CPO's and in the their Jackson-depen- attachments etc. $88.00 562 S. Ing. Sp 1-6188 after 6 p.m.

evening In their clubhouse, Edgevood Ave. Phone 3895543.
ville area. Dependent's must be
UNFURN APT. FOR RENT -
Station.
aboard the Naval Air At
12 years old and up in order to \ landing Blvd. Deluxe apt.,3BR,
91 Holds this time, the navy wives honored be GERMAN SHEPHARD PUPPIES-
eligible. kit equip. 3 mL NAS. $115 mo.
Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Mackroth, Auditions will be held on Sun- Excellent bloodline. A.K.C Must Owner 771-8697.
DanceAs who are the new sponsors of the see to appreciate. 2649915.
Teenage day, October 4, beginning at 2:00:

club.Members p.m at the CPO Club, Mayport. FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
of the Board receivedthe '
TR3 59 Red Sports. Owner
Winners will be.selected to appear 3-plex 4-plex, 3 mL NAS. Own-
part ot their current Youth Capt. and his lady at the In the final show which will going to college. Ph. 3845937. er 7718697.
club and Mrs.
of the
Activities and community rela- entrance be judged by professionals in the
Wilbert Wagner, Club President, TINY TOY POODLE Black
tions program Branch and Unit entertainment field in the Jacksonville FURN APTS 557 Oak. Studio

91 FRA are currently sponsoringa presented Mrs. Mackroth with an area. Cash prizes will be male, Champion bred. $125 apt. $45 mo. 4; 3 rm apt.
behalf of the
teenage dance every Sunday at orchid corsage, on the awarded at the final show sche- Ph. 771-1715 $50; mo. 6, clean & comf. I

the Fleet Reserve Club 91 from members. Mrs. Wagner gave duled for Sunday, Nov. 8 at CPO EV 8-9886.
new sponsors a hearty welcomeand OWNER 3 BR 1 1/2 B, bit
2-5 p. m. All teenagers are Invited Club, Mayport. Prizes will be
attend. This Includes dependents thanked them for acceptingthe awarded as follows: in kit, carport, patio, trees,hurricane "JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY" -
sponsorship of the Navy Wives fence; Sac $1600 eq.$300.
and teenage ser- I lIla, ballet, jazz mechanical
club. of 6752 London
Mo
vicemen and servicewomen. pay $79.67. modelling, tap and baton. Venetia -
Capt. and Mrs. Mackroth and First prize $100.00 Bridge Lane (Cedar Hills)
Music is provided by the very Wesconnett Bell Air. EV 4-
Mrs. Wagner, received the members Second prize $50.00
3055& SF 1-5464.
popular band the "Travellers ,
and their husbands, with Third prize $25.00 PUBLIC NOTICE: :
with John Ronnie, and John K
the
Mrs. Harvey Brannan, making FREIGHT SALVAGE
playing guitars, Jim on sax and i FURN APT 2 BR, conv. to NAS
introductions. Scratched in Shipment
Pat on the drums. the All eligible persons desiringto & Cecil Call 387-2851 after 6
Special attending reception SEWING MACHINES
The dance is held at the Branch guests appear in the show must com- p.m. weekdays: Any time week-
for the Mackroth's were: Three ((3)) Brand New AutomaticZig
Unit Clubhouse 8554 Roosevelt plete form and mailto ends.
at a registration
Capt. and Mrs. C. G. Strum, CO Zags, makes button holes
Blvd. Admission is $.50 per per- CPO Club, Attn: Talent Show
and Mrs. cashor
of NATTC; Capt. fancy designs, etc $49.00
with soft drinks hot Committee USNS Fla. LAKE FRONT COTTAGE, CBP
son, dogs, Thomas Washington, CO of C&R Mayport, $8.00 per monthterms.Original -
and soldat These must be received with approx. 2 acres.Ccmp. (urn.
hamburgers pizza being by Sept.
Nas; Cdr. andMrs L.A.Menard, guarantee. Free Home Inspection -
11th. Call Walter Bowen-Chaner Real
nominal
prices. Executive Off Nas; Cdr. B. B. No Obligation,Call 353-
Persons will be Estate 387-6511 or 387-285L.
Smith, Co Patrol Sq. 30, NAS; auditioning required 1946 Warehouse Night or Day.

A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERAEASY members of the Board of May- to pay a$LOO registration
fee. forms also 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
Registration
are
port Navy Wives Club #20L 3 Bedroom Homes For Sale, $100
available at CPO Clubs In May- NAS. $50 down, $50 month.Call
Refreshments were served by Down, Low Monthly. Like New!
Cecil Field, and NAS Jacksonville Art Powell USN, Retd. withCol-
Mrs. Kendall Kerns, Mrs. John port. Call W. J, Schub, USN Ret with
mery-Wilklnson Realtors. 264-
Lee, Mrs. Larry Burgess and James E. Mead, Inc. Realtors. 6144 or 353-3671.
Mrs. Conly Ownby. This show is solely for the pur- 355-5474

Piano music was furnished by pose of providing eligible par- '
56 CORVETTE 283, two 4
Mrs. Robert Lambing. ticipants an opportunity to appear FOR RENT Clean, comfortable 2
bbls. Solid lifters
: etc. Top,
Hostessing the affair were before an audience.If bedroom furnished apartment.

... .......... .. .. ... members of the Board with the response Is greater than Lovely wooded lot. Five minutes 2666.paint interior new year ago.773- ..
Thomas J. Bennett as Chairman. anticipated, participants will be to NAS. No pets. 204 River Road

AUTO Next meeting will be held Sept. limited to the first 50 persons Orange Park. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR. (urn

2 at 7:30 P.M. building #716 submitting registrations. $65. or 2 BR unfurn. $50. Conv.
INSURANCEPAYMENTS Herschell 3859 -
FURN APT. to NAS. Call 781-0604 after 6
4 rms & bath, porch, yard gar., or before noon.
r p.m.
f f i *r- B r-
elec nr NAS. 387-1950 Clark.

ROOSEVELT MALL 1960 Mobile Home 2 BR bath,
with Nationwide'snew FREE MAPS and AAA infor- kitch. with wash mach., air cond.

Monthly Pay Plan. mation. Special attention to Navy. alum. awnings. Phone eves. 264-

Here's a low-cost auto Call 781-1277. 6356.

protection at low monthly CAR WASH

d/i5-quarterly} semi

annual payment plans DR. B.W. ROBERTSOPTOMETRIST .

available, too. For all the OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY \

facts see:

8:30: A.M. :'- 6 P.M.

DOUG COOK LOCA TED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER AnnouncesTHE

854 N. Edgewood Ave. ON ROOSEVELT BLVD.. OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRYIN

";" PHONE 384-2556 EVERY WED. IS. DOLLARDAY: ;: ROOSEVELT THE MALL

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I Story & Pictures by Kay Leljedal, SN I

\ Located on Mustin Road above calls of birds are heard as they cooks, janitors, Corpsman and Let's take a few minutes from the Corpswaves on her general
}I the Golf Course, sprawled among screech messages back and forth. the Corpswaves. our busy day and find out some routine we might observe her
j' the rustic sites of nature, and The melodic songs of others of the chores that Corpswaves taking temperatures, pulse, and
, overlooking the peaceful St. carry on far into the night. perform during their equally busy respirations or changing dress-
; Johns, lies the U.S. Naval Hospital But the birds are not the only day. While their primary duty Is ings. She insures the patient's
I'' It is a combination of complicated ones who keep their pace day the care of the sick and injuredthis comfort, assists them in bathingor
;. connecting buildings and and night. For so it is true entails many varied tasks. does it for them if they are
I parking lots, some of which are of some of the hospital personnel. One of the buildings set back unable to bathe themselves. At
I exposed to bright sunlight while The people they care for need from the road by a huge green meal time she helps serve the
others enjoy the comfort of large attention at all hours. The per- lawn houses Ward A-10. ThereIs food trays and feeds those who
shade trees. A variety of these sonnel needed to staff the hospital no sign welcome to the ward, require it. During the day the
trees, Including willow and oak, are'many and varied,among only the door into a waiting room Corpswaves may have to take
host squirrels as they busily whom you would find: doctors Fri? .. and thru the swinging doors to the samples for various laboratorytests
bustle around the compound. The nurses, Red Cross workers. ", ward itself. Here one can catcha and for this she needs a
I i of white and blue tunicsas
........ glimpse
they move from room to room
J and through the corridors of this
THE CORPSWAVE IN THE
female surgical ward. The
WARD. Garner, HN,
h hE\ Mary as- patients here require compre-
: sists patient Mary Jane Enimin- hensive care and attention. A

': ger in female surgical ward. Corpswave on duty in a ward : sty;
E BBBBB works directly with patients
under the supervision of nurses
CUARTERO
I and doctors. As she sees the
HOMES patients many times throughouttheir tj )
INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED stay In the hospital, the
: Corpswave must establish a
RA 425193BRFULLTILEBATHI
sense of understanding and con-
! fidence. The patients must feel
Need that they can trust her and the
? $ PER
money $9500 33 MO. medications and treatments
which she administers. When a
WM.C.CUARTERO patient has a complaint she must
2145 HOFFMAN ST.JACKSOHYILLE feel that she can depend on the SHIRLEY ATKINSON, HM2,
Borrow Corpswave to help In some way.If stands amidst the equipment at
I ]f we were to follow one of the Blood Donor Center's lab


: a dime and POWELL PLYMOUTH .. sound oratory.working knowledge of

IS LEADING THE WAY WITH laboratory tests. Not only is she

responsible for obtaining,
labelling, and transporting these
caHC.LT. specimens but many times she
has to be prepared to explainto
the patient the reasons for the
test, and the importance of it.
If special clinical tests, are required -
the Corpswave will assistin
the preparation of the patientsfor
them. Sometime in the day
we might find.her making rounds
with the doctors and nurses.When
not working patients she can be
found caring for the equipment In
her care or keeping patients'
Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T. charts and other paperwork up

Or even by mail. But, frankly, we enjoy meeting people so to date.

--....... much we hope you drop by our office in person. That with But the all patients.the work Set here along is one not:

way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money of the lengthy and turning ramps

you need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a -4 that connect the buildings are
C.U.loan can solve for you. Remember, you'll find a C.I.T. = the numerous departments of the

office just about anywhere you happen to be. Thereare 1r1- main laboratory. For instance,

over 400 C.I.T, offices from coast to coast. There's a PAA (Continued on Page 11))

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Girls, girls, girls I 132 beautiful
[iris to be exact will be on handt
the Civic Auditorium for the
Miss Jacksonville contest to be
Id Sept. 5, Including three Navy
aughters. Also on hand will be F
Ifss Donna Axum Miss Americaf
1964. F i
These girls range In age
rom 18 to 23 and can be seenn I
television Sept. 2-5 on Chan-
1. 4. Tickets can be bought at
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Yeoman John R. Reynolds, is Cecil Field's contribution to the 1964 Miss Jacksonville title, Sept. 5. Fran is blue eyed, blond, stands
Miss Jacksonville Contest. Carol plans to enter John Hopkins Schoolof at a lovely, height of 5' T and boosts 36-23-37 measurements.
Nursing in Baltimore next month. With 35.23.36 lines, Carol Miss Nelson will either sing ordoa pantomine. She is the daughter
would make a very pretty Miss Jacksonville. of GySgt. W. A. Nelson, maintance Chief at MARTD.
$
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[test. She is the daughter of AI lJ!I On Every Car SoldSHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOTMISSILE
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Starts Aug 31The : ...... .. V" ... ...
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i;: ;:. t* a'.1 i idi; .; Jjijjiii{ ; Complete 3rd Weeks Action
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schedule for the first
weeks action In the Fall Intra- Wednesday, Sept. 2
mural football program, starting Gator Bowl An error In the last weeks passed the erroneous Informationon
Monday'August 31. Is as follows: VP-30 vs. VP-5--tadlum Field game between the Riggers and to us.The .
Hosp. vs. A/C MaInt---Parade the Photo Lab was published when results of last weeks actionare
Monday, August 31 TicketsTickets
Grounds
the:Air News gave the score as :
VP-45 vs. VP-18--Stadlum Thursday, Sept. 3 the Riggers 3 and the Photo Lab American League.
tothe20thannualGator I In reality the Photo Lab won
Tuesday, Sept. 1 NARTU vs. AF679th---Stadium Bowl football game go on sale the game by the score of 3-L Riggers 2, Mad Foxes 2
FKEUR vs. MARTDStadlumField Field Tuesday (Sept. 1)) at the Hemming In checking back through the Eagles 3, Photo Lab 1
Comm vs. Marines---Parade Park ticket office Jacksonville files of the Air News and the Needlers 3, Pelicans 1
GroundsAll It announced today...tickets Cannon Cockers 2, Grit tons 2
VAP-62 vs. C&R!! ---Parade was Athletic Oft ice It was discoveredthat
Grounds games will start at 4:00p.m. for the January 2nd clash are the Athletic Office had miscalculated Electrons 4, Pan Handlers 0
$6 each..they are available and had lnadvertaintlyat Thunderheads 3, Neptunes 1
through the mail from the Gator CFJ"A' 4, FKhURfflOHellions :
Bowl Assoclation's offices 11 a fast clip in all phases." 3, ComStore 5--1
East Forsyth Street in Jacksonville Verlander also pointed out that
t e S-h2"e J ...enclose a 25-cent tickets to the 14th annual Gator Continental League
a4 mailing fee with $6 for each tic Boul Basketball Tournament will Ptzzan s 3, Avlons 1
jXi-r ket."We go on sale later In September... Flying Phantoms u, Sky War-
NORMANDY BLVD. at CASSAT are looking for a blgyearfor Florida Wake Forest Texas and riors 2
the 20th Gator Bowl said Georgia will compete In the meet Strikers 3, Inspectors 1
[SCHOOL SHOE CITY the group's president W. Ashley December 29th arYl 30th In the Cutters 4, Paymasters 0
Jacksonville's Largest Selection $2.99 to $4.99 Verlander. "We are progressing Jacksonville Coliseum. NAR1TO--3 Spoilers 1
Supply 3, Owl Hoots 1
FICEUR2--2// Mix Masters 2
4t3 vizM PANTRY Cursors 3, Burgermasters 1

National LeagueAir

f' TAKE OUT ORDERS DIMM? ROOM Frames 3, NARTU2--1
Darters 4, Rejects 0
PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS FICEUR3--4// Scatter Pins 0
N ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI Play Boys 3, BB Stackers 1
EXPERT Baymen, Rookies 2
FITTING "PIZZA., FICEUR CPO-s 3, Lucky '7 1
ASSISTANCE ;, AOMD 3, Marines 1
our speciaty"FRANK Protons 3, Army 1
DERICKSONIn

the Heart of Cedar Hills Leisure and loafing are so
easily confused that a man Is
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27, 1964
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11INTRAMURAL


Vote Letter distinguished Independent jury ,9
composed of justices from the .

rr wi.y + CorpwavesContinued (Continued from Page 1)) state supreme courts and the ,:;:,, '
heads of the nation's leading
,
''w AIM AA. ( from Page 8)) and Valley Forge this winter. patriotic, veterans and service
11' ;
', The Principal Award reclplen's club organizations.
this door leads to the Blood will ride In the 4' I
parade In the The awards offered to Armed :)k
od x r Donor Center. One of the Corps-
Presldentlalln.1uguratlon. Forces personnel are a part of ,')1'
works here where
waves To compete, a "letter" of the Freedoms Foundation,annual '.. J.I
two days a week she assists In :'
100-150 words the
on subject Awards
: Program designed to recognize .
drawing, processing-and labelling
"My Vote: Freedom's Privilege" Individuals
organizations -
), blood for patient use. Her train-
should be written and submittedto ,
governmental units ?
Ing for Lab technician besidesthe and ,
,
Freedoms Foundation, Valley schools for the things which they
r c 4;' 4. school regular six month "A" Forge, Pa., before November have written, said or done which
Included specialized 1st. No entry fees or official bring about a better understanding -
training at one of the many lab nomination forms are required.Full of the Ideas and Ideals set
schools, that range In length from
Identification and forth
military in our Constitution, our Bill
4
one year to 14 months. address should be shOwn. of Rights, and the Declarationof
s Other areas Corpswaves are The awards are selected by a Independence
C assigned to Include: Intensive

care obstetrics unit, female medical ward, ....... COUPON .......
delivery room,
4 .
gynecological ward, out-patients *
department, operating room, NAVY SPECIALS 9

GOLF CHAMPIONS, for the Spring '64 Leagues, physio-therapby, x-ray, dental *

are the "Linksters1 from VP-5.Displaying their winning trophies from and ECG departments. FOR BACK TO SCHOOL!! .

L-R are: Walter Wall I,Jim Seanor, Bill Cowan Jock Pate, Walt Cagle, Well- let's leave the hospitalso .

Wally Bridgeman, Don Wllliard (who sank the winning putt), Bill that the staff may carry on .
Scarbrough and Andy Allan. Photo with their duties. But before .
(Navy by Harold Benson, SN)
closing the door on the Navy's PERM for the PRE-TEEN e.


Williard Sinks Putt To gales"comments potential let's from"Florence note the some Corpswaves Nightin-of the : sa'er RAYETTE $595


themselves. The girls from the *
ward wouldn't trade their job for SOFT SNAP PY CURLS Complete
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Net VP-5 IM Golf TitleIn EASY TO MANAGE
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anything and added: The patientsare Reg. $10.00.

very nice and cooperative.We .
one of the closest Intramural golf tournaments In the historyof enjoy working with them". .
NAS Jax, Don Williard, of VP-5, approached the ball on the The lab technician felt that there .
eighteenth and final hole knowing he would have to sink his four-foot was never a dull moment. e PERM for the JR. MISS{ .

putt to break !the knotted: score, or throw the tournament into a She's probably right.
eighteen-hole sudden death match. : JEAN'S $795 Aq- :
The playoff In the American-

The pressure was on, he and league, for the tournament parti- FOR THAT CASUAL Complete .

everyone else knew It. Williard ciplant and VP-16 with Hospital WEDGEWOODAPARTMENTS TEENAGE LOOK Reg. $12.50 .
surveyed the lay of the ball on coming out on top. .
S
the green crouched into a com- VP-5 also won the Scratch

fortable position, took a slight league title by defeating Hospital REALISTIC PERM for MOTHER :
breath gave the ball a "loving"tap "A" by the score of 1/2-1/2. ACROSS FROM 0

and joyously watched as the NAS MAIN GATE "SMARTLY $ 9 95 :

hard little white ball rolled towards .
SOFT
12&3BEDROOMSCENTRAL .
the cup, faltered slightlyand The development of the world *
then dropped in to give the moves with the speed of a rocket, FOR THE Compl.te.

VP-5 Mad Foxes the Intramural but the church has been left behind AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT Btr DISCRIMINATINGLADY Reg. $15.00BERNARD'S .
Spring golf championship, the COUPON VOID
like burned out fuel. It it a 1964 .
second place position for the sign of the spiritual Impotence of I SEPT. 3, 1t
Ironman and FIG EUR S85.S120.
trophy give our generation that we are no
the coveted Ironman title the HAIR STYLING
over longer able to correlate the say- : :
VP-30 Blackbirds who wound up ings of the Bible concerning God ,
third in the Ironman running. with the realities of which the BURBRIDGE REALTY, S ((1)) NORMANDY. .'Across from Atlantic Mills. 387-1111 .

daily newspapers speak. REALTORS ((2)) CEDAR HILLS. Cedar Hills Shopping Ctr. 771-5510
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VP-5 defeated VP-30 "B", 117 E. BAY ST. EL 4-6646 ((3))SPRINGFIELD (Formerly Franco Stylists). . 355-0522. .

5-4 positions, for the while first VP-30 and second A"place held .........S.............

down the third spot with Hos-
pital "A" placing fourth.

This close score was typicalof follow this to dream home
the Spring "linkster" playas map your

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P years old but not have reached
.ti his 39th birthday by July 1 of I
year of application. He must be
(APP W.*kly Fcatur) E-6 or above. First Class Petty
Officers must have served in rate
: Military Baseball ExpertAn for at leash one year on July 1
of year of application.The .
Army sports writer for "The Ranger" at Ft. Lewis, Wash., applicant must have com i
writes under the pseudonym "Horsehide Harbinger" and this is a pleted 7 years but not more than UNDER
year that could prove the name a worthy choice. Horsehide had plenty 20 years' service and must be a
on the ball indeed, to be the only one among 252 Armed Forces high school graduate or processthe
sports editors to pick the team--Philadelphia--that looks like a winnerIn high school GED.
the National League. As for discipline, the applicantmust NEW
Horsehide's vote came out In an Armed Forces Press Service poll have no record of con-
conducted; when the first harbingers of the baseball season--spring viction by court-martial or civil
training notices--began to draw the nation's attention. His contemporaries court for the 2 year period pre- AGEMEN1
In the Navy Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and on ceding July 1 of the year which
other Army posts apparently Ignored the fact that the Phillies were the the application is made.
hottest club In either league the second half of the 1963 season. All applicants will be requiredto
Horsehide remembered, however, and he also saw that Philadelphiahad take the Officer SelectlonBat-
eager young ballplayers and potentially the best pitching staff In tery. This Is a comprehensiveeight
either legue. The club, he writes Is remlnlscentsof the Phlllle Whiz pan test made up of various
Kinds who eked out a pennant victory In 1950. subjects.All .
In the poll the editors tapped the Dodgers to repeat In '64 and persons Interested In this
the Giants to finish a close second but you had to run down the ladderto program are urged to obtain
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