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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: September 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 22 NO. 27' U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA S


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President.. Says United Fund
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Service BenefitsTo v y Drive Starts w. "


Be ReviewedWashington &" u Here Sept.8"One


(AFPS) -- President -
Gift Works Many Won
Johnson stressed the increasing ders" Is the slogan for the 1964-
Importance of the role 65 United Fund Campaign. The
of the military man In the na-
the
campaign sponsored by Unit
tion's efforts toward peace and 7/' y ed Community Services, Is under
has directed a speed-up on reviews the direction of Captain RalphL.
t ,I
being conducted on mili- Werner, Special Assistant to
tary housing, medical care, pay Chief of Staff, ComFairJax, and

and allowances.The .,,, ,,, runs from September 8 through :
President said this at the I r OVA. October 29. This year's goal for I
convocation of students of the '
i ..". the entire community Is set at '
National War and the ,,...,. ;""
College .
r. -7.:! ,' :: 1727266.80, of which the Navy
Industrial College of the Armed ft.':':, .""" t 'If. .:' will share In its obligation to

Forces at Ft. McNair here, Aug. the community. __

2L"The The United Fund was established
military man Is many primarily to avoid the
persons," the President said, chaos and confusion resultingfrom
"Whoever he Is, wherever he
I Ir i concurrently running
serves, the man Is a product of -:.. drives, and Instead, unite them
our whole society, and he means 1';'" .. t under one campaign which for ,
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than he '"
more to peace today ever
1964-65 combines the fundraising -
meant before." i l..:..... ". .. .. n'_.. .. _. _.'" ..._ .. ___ ___ /i i llldlllllfll
drives for 43 agencies. In
Pointing out that he has had THIS IS HOW THE Jacksonville Naval Air Station looked only minutes prior too and duringthe addition It also saves a tremen-
an Intimate association with the proposed time of the devastating hurricane Cleo. Luckily "She" lost her power by the time dons amount of time on the pan!
armed forces for more than 30 she got to Jacksonville and drifted aimlessly out to sea. The Photos are: (upper left) Outsidethe contributors and campaign
years, the President said, "No- Navy Exchange, where all the windows were boarded up; (Upper right) The Hangar area workers In that there Is only one
thing more reassuring than to of Maintenance deserted which has aircraft the solicitation and
Aircraft now usually many parked on run one gift, one
see, as I do every day, the way. All aircraft which could not be stored in the Hangars were sent to England Air Force goal. If someone desires a con- I I
quality of"generations of military Base, Louisana. (Bottom) The main dock at the NAS Fish Camp, which usually has many boats tribution to go to a specific a- f

"Our men.officers and our enlisted moored to it. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson, SN) wish gency the they gift may used.signify how they

men have no true counter The "kick-off drive for NAS
parts In military history, "The Hurricane Cleo Bypasses Jax; Jax was held at the Malnslde .
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timeof
President continued. "In a Theater, September 2 at .10 a.m.
our nation's greatest affluence Captain Werner and other keymenin
and their families Air Station Was PreparedThe
they willingly the campaign met to plan the
and courageously undertake the upcoming drive. Cdr. Thomas E.

most Spartan sacrifices and Jacksonville area experienced the first hurricane of the 1964 season last week and it can be said Stevenson of the .Navy Exchange
hardships for us all" that the storm was a pleasant surprise since everyone knows now that damage from the storm was practi- presented a check to Unit Chair-
President Johnson said a military cally non-existent In this area. man .Cdr. John W. KIdd of the
career today "demands a There are many men aboard NAS Jax who worked long and hard hours to assure that the storm would Meteorological Dept. This donation -
new order of talent and trainIng do a very minimum amount of damage had It struck with full force here. To these men, the strength of puts the Navy Exchange over
and Imagination and versa- the storm had to be regarded as very dangerous and the action they took was based on this assuption. their 100% participation.
tility. Our military men have On Thursday morning, while Personnel will be assigned to
these qualities and they have many men stood In ranks for the collect contributions from per-
Plastic
them In abundance."I McNamara Hails annual Admin Personnel Inspec- Surgeon sonnel within each departmentand
believe ... that our country -
will
contact them personally -
tion, others were tolling rest-
justly must and safely can American Labor lessly in the sometimes caotic Reports AboardAt for their donation.
accord to our American military conditions which Agencies benefitting from this
accompany
men a place In our society On Labor Day these events. Even as Rear Admiral Naval Hosp. year's drive include the following -
denied soldiers -
to throughout
long Robert Goldthwaitewas Inspecting : American Red Cross,
our history." "On Labor Day, the Armed the ranks of sailors, A new staff member has recently Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation -
"I very much want our uniformed Forces pause to honor the work- Waves, and Marines, planes were been added to the Naval Boy Scouts, Boys' Home .
citizens to be first-class ing men and women of America'and evacuating the Air Station from HospitaL Lieutenant Commander Association, Camp Fire Girls,
citizens In every respect. I want to recognize their contri- runways behind the parade William B. Gibbons, MC, comes Catholic Charities, Child Guid-
their wives and their childrento bution to the continued securityof grounds. to Jacksonville from Bethesda ance Clinic, Children's Home
know only first-class lives." the United States. Through Society, Children's Musuem.
Many long hours of hard work Naval Hospital After graduatingfrom
The President said he was dir- their efforts, supplies and equip- had been logged by many people the Pennsylvania State Un- Clara White Mission, Old Folks
ecting the Secretary of Defenseto ment are produced to assure that prior to this evacuation. This iversity and! the University Home, Daniel Memorial Home
speed up his review of such. our nation Is able to safeguard entire situation began on August Pennsylvania Medical School, he Day Nursery Association Family
matters as housing, medicalcare Its Interests and to meet its 21 when Cleo was first recordedas entered the Navy for his intern- Consultation Service, Girl
pay and allowances, so that commitments at home and around a hurricane. Many people ship at St. Albanas Naval HospitaL Scouts, Goodwill Industries of
"we can ...take whatever steps the world. tracked and plotted the storm as Upon completion, he Jacksonville, Jewish Family and
both human equity ,and national "Our military strength depends it moved slowly to the North- remained there for his residency Children's Services, Inc, Legal
defense may require to enhancethe not only on our armed west from far out in the At- In Plastic Surgery. For the past Aid Association, Mental Health
standing and the morale of forces but also on the tools and lantic. three years he has been staff Association of Duval County.
those who defend us." weapons created by the technol- On August 24, Hurricane Con- Plastic Surgeon at Bethesda. Multiple Sclerosis Society, Pine
ogical and production genius ofa dition Four was set. This con- Dr. Gibbons Is a Diplomate of Castle Day School, Pine Castle
President Johnson has also free labor force In countless dition Is set 72 hours in advanceof the American Society of Plastic Workshop, Salvation Army
directed a review of the educa- factories and shops. Labor DayIs the forecasted arrival of the and Reconstructive Surgeons. He Corps, Salvation Army Emer-
tional systems and major schools a remindertousthatAmerican storm and begins the advance has been assigned to the Surgical gency Home for Un-married
withing the services and the opportunities labor plays a vital role as one preparations for eventual evacuation Service and will conduct a Mothers, Salvation Army Red
now offered to of the essential partners in the plastic surgery clinic. Shield Lodge, Salvation Army '# i'
continue civilian education while defense effort of the United States On August 25HurrlcaneEvac- This will be a new addition to Senior Center Salvation Army
still in service in order "to and that there must be continuous uation Condition Three was im- the many facilities already avail- Welfare Department, The Speech
broaden and pwengtheir\these. cooperation by all Americans posed. With Condition Three able at the Jacksonville Naval and Hearing Center, Travelers
programs." k- (Continued on Page 7)) (Continued on Page 12)) Hospital (Continued on )
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By Chaplain W.B. Feagins, Jr.

SUNDAY In the confusion and oftentimes general dismay of the present

8:00 a.m. Service of Holy world situation, we l Inevitably feel at a spiritual loss in coping with i
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T' .: i : of the demands on our time and our work. In
}. ,.; .f, I :, Communion the multiplicity $ response -
9:30 a. m. Service of Divine we sometimes couple our lives to a state of despondency
{ "jN: MEMORIAM.... Worship and depression. Thus, tension and anxiety takes its toll of many
d.
Y aA PROUD JlAl'D-FIGIITlNG 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for personalities.An .
I iJ t rr k MAN WOO liAS &JOUGH ages 3 through 16, Bid;. 722 old proverb reads, "You are not to blame if crows light on
'.: COlJRAGI5W FIGHT 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine your head, but it is your fault if they build a nest in your hair."
Worship Likewise, troubles and fears may beset us, but they need not controlus. t
'
_". .-. .' -4 rvr W/tAT liE .& 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship We have been taught by the precious word of God that our burdens

.' .. .. BELIEVES: /M.. and cares are shared. We are not alone as lost in a forest without

WEDNESDAY a guide and one to sustain us. Rather our God Eves added strengthand

Editorial ..renews the spiritual refreshment that our souls too often needs.
4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal An outstanding example of a soul beset by loss of spiritual qualityand

subsequent moral laxity is seen in the fifty-first Psalm of David.
Writes of Hero's Death 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Here was manifest a sincere depression, amoral fall, a transgression.

But David knew where to take his troubles They were uplifted to
12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, Almighty God in the most intimate communion of prayer. His goal was
Pride in Green BeretEditor's Also on all Holy Days not to achieve sinless perfection, but the forgiveness and the creationof

Catholic Services at St. Ed a clean heart with the renewal of a right spirit, which only God
ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval
( note: The following letter was written by Mrs. Harry A. can give to man.
Walling, whose husband, Sgt. Harry A. Walling, USA, Special Forces, Hospital The theme of prayer is not an unfamiliar one. It is with us every
was killed in action in the Republic of Viet-Nam In June 1964. Mrs. SUNDAY MASS day in our tendencies to become with a loss of hope, ideals, and
our religious life. In this frame of mind then it is not doubt that
Walling addressed the letter to the wives of other members of SergeantWalling's 6:30 U.S. Naval Hospital
a.m. fears and the associated anxieties beset us. The reason we be
organization whose husbands were on duty In South Viet- 9:00 & 11:00 St. Ed- may
nam. AFPS reprints the letter as a tribute to United States fightingmen ward's a.m.Chapel a.m. faltering could be based on the complete neglect of the spiritual
throughout the work! ) source of all that is good and wholesome for our life. We have let

Dear Mission Wives: DAILY MASS the communication between the soul and God become secondary as

Fm Mrs. Harry A. Walling. My husband just died. I guess that's we face the trials, misfortunes, and vicissitudes of life. But in this

\ putting it bluntly, but how else can you explain death? I know you 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Psalm we have seen the perfect example of God's restorative power;

1-- are all afraid for your husbands and love them as much as I loved MONDAY & TUESDAY and it is displayed in the active volition of David's own prayer as
my husband. Ife loved me just as your husbands do you and he didn't utterances of his very being. Our answer to the world and its demandsis
want to leave me or his children and he didn't want to die. He had 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC that we can reverently and with simplicity go to the heavenly

so much to live for. FRIDAY Father in fervent and believing prayer. May we join David in a portionof

But he 'was a brave man and a fighting man. rm not saying that he his prayer as we ask God, "Create in me a clean heart 0 God,
wasn't afraid because he was, and that's why he was so brave. It was 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavaillospitalSATURDAY and renew a right spirit within me."

something he had to do. All of our guys in the Green Beret are
something special and because we are their wives we have to be calendar reform. Ife also a
special tool I 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY New Calendar Navy veteran having set red in

The green beret was my husband's proudest possession and now the Pacific Theater during WWIL
It's mine. He told me once that Special Forces wives were the best His calendar is basically a
in the world.! Just like our husbands, we have to be proud and brave 7:00 p.m8:00: pum. and before Would Create slight change in the present cal

and take anything God hands us and not turn bitter. Or, as Harry Masses endar. It contains 12 months- and
used to say, take it on the chin as there is nothing you can't takeIf Catechism Classes:Grade School each week still ,has seven days.

you try hard, and you canft put the blame where It doesn't belong. SATURDAY Better Years Here, however the differencethe -
I can't hate the Army, not when my husband loved It so. I can't first day of the year is not
blame them for sending him to Viet-Nam. He wanted to go. All I 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities January 1; it would be called New
can really say Is--Try not to be afraid for them while they are building 722 Guam . (NAVNEWS)... Year's Day and would be followedby

away. I know that's hard, but if you are afraid, don't let them know. How would you like to have your January LEach

_ Their job is hard enough over there without worrying about us. birthday celebrated on the same year would be divided into
Besides, if God is going to call your husband to Him it won't matter day of the week each and every quarters containing 91 days. The

where he is. When it's time, it's time, and there is no way to changeit. Traffic year? first two months of each quarter
Well if Congress acts upon the would have 30 days and each

My husband died for what he believed In and if he had a choiceof Violations adoption of the Perpetual Calendar quarter would begin on a Monday.

where and how he would die, be would choose the same place that may just happen. The third month of each quarter
The of the novelcal-
fighting for a decent world for his children to grow up In. originator would have 31 days.Eachquarter
God now is the only one who knows why my husband gone. God The following is a report of endar concept is Dr. William E. would naturally end on a Sunday.
took> him and there is a good reason why. I don't know the reason motor vehicle accidents and traf- Edwards, an engineer from Honolulu With New Year's Day and the

but maybe He was saving 1 him from enduring something worse.In fic violations for the period Aug- presently workingwithPWC, four 91-day quarters the year
hard times to come, please remember the green beret and ust 23 through August 29. Commander Naval Forces Mar- would total up to the normal 365
ianas Guam. Edwards has
what: the man is who wears it, a proud hard-fighting man who has Dr. days. What about Leap Year?
enough courage to fight for what he believes in and the ones he loves. Number of AccidentsThis spent many years of study on (Cont. Page 5))

And because the green beret is pan of him, it's pan of you too. week August 23 through Aug-
So don't let the world the loneliness the and the fear ,
despair ust 29 . . . . 6
down. Stand tall that of who the beret
get you as as man yours wears Total accidents this through
year
and thank God him. Because all in all the who
you got men wear
August 29 . . .167
the green beret are the finest in the world.
Number of Accidents -
through ,
My Prayers are that all your husbands come home to you safeandwelL ; ." _..
August 1963 . : . 188 ..
Total number of days since '..' .
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Thank
p you, last injury in vehicle acci-

Mrs. H. A. Walling. dents . .
. 20 ,

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Number of ViolationsThis
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Week . .0. 51 ...
JTAX AIR NTEWSrhe
: Speeding .' . . 2 ._
__ 1 :
Going through Stop Sign 3 (1 .,

Other Violations . 40

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Thirty drivers appeared before .S2 S
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distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station, the Traffic Hearing Board at the : ( 'StZ
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a meeting held on August 31. Dis-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the' JAX AIR position of the cases include the d
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, following: thirteen lost drivingand
"Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before parking privileges aboard the
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources- station for various periodselght

Telephone EV. -7711, Ext. $162. were assigned to complete an ..
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher queries "" -
hour In -
eight course remedial .
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing : ..
driving Instructions; ten were At'P3.ww- .......,._ .
FloridaTelephone given suspended penalties; eight _
were given warnings four were Tf>-'J\'.'' CULF
; P.'TRolJ'ar'. : ,Mrf. SIc,_arnor 't'al' lake off
dismissed; and three were referred from the fork a/ the carrier inbe
VOL. 22 NO. 27 SEPTEMBER, 1964 I/AS (:tellation during | ulrol
to commanding officersfor Tonkin <;?//. Planes are patrolling /? ,h,. area where \"h ''i",.
possible disciplinary action. camps, IJT hdMl .
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SEPTEMBER, JAX AIR PAGE 3



Jux Air ,ControlAss'nToHold .... .


HAS Sanford Attack Squadron ';"'.



--Circles Globe on EnterpriseCircling

7th Annual BallThe

the globe Is old hat to Heavy Attack Squadron Seven
(VAH-7)) from the Sanford Naval Air Station

For the 280 officers and men presently attached to the Florida-
based squadron, however, a world cruise is a new experience as ,v Jacksonville Chapter of the

'.. VAH-7 helps to make history on a global journey with the world's rw Air Traffic Control: Associationwill
first nuclear surface task force. hold their Seventh Annual

; The squadron, known as the Aviation Ball on Friday, Sep-
'" "Peacemakers of the Fleet The Winner! tember 11. The Garden Club of
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Is deployed aboard the attack aircraft f' Jacksonville, 1005 Riverside I
_
: carrier USS ENTERPRISE, ;I Avenue, will be the site of thisyear's ...'
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as a unit of Carrier Air Wing event.
The Ball Is open to all who

Six.The Enterprise serves-as flagship _.H V b. have an Interest In aviation.
for Rear Admiral Bernard"Smoke" Music will be provided by Ed
." .'xa JlnrlgWs Band Donation will be
Strean, Commander of y wSU
Task Force One, which includesthe #, $5 a couple and tickets can be
cruiser USS Long Beach and \ purchased at the door. Door

the frigate USS Bainbridge The 1 prizes will be given away.

ships are now making their first W, H'ln'l 6 rpAw f

port visit since starting the -:
cruise July 31 at the Straits of 6x
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Gibraltar. R :\1

With the cruise the task forceis CAN YOU CAPTION THIS PICTURE? With the winner from the

attempting to Improve the abil- August contest already chosen, we're ready for September with
of U. S. Forces to
ity operateIn ; < ,. this new picture. Send your entries to: Editor Jax Air News, t
any area of the world and
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to test the capability of nuclear -

powered ships to maintain sus- x ,, Bldl ::: '
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tained high speeds for great dis- w ... .
tance without replenishment.
w
In 1957-58 a detachment of
Hatron Seven made world cruise 1 / '

on the carrier USS Essex. MOVING?
DON'T SWEAT
This cruise was a result of

being re-deployed from theMed- fi .M'

iterranean to the Formosa area IT LOOK( WHATBELLAIR HILLS
when a crisis erupted in the Far .

East. 1 41 Your
Before making the Karachi f NeighborhoodUSED

w call, Task Force One completedthe r
< African leg of the journey.Dignitaries CAR
"I'M TELLING YOU GUYS STAY y-;
j from six African t
nations were flown out to the flight OUT OF THAT COMPRESSIONCHAMBER" DEALER.Specializing .
deck of the Enterprise for visits This winning cap- HAS FOR YOU!!!! in

while the three ships were steam- tion was submitted by J. CLEAN
"
Ing off the coasts of the varIous Cosenza HM2, Patients Affairs GARY CARS

countries. Division, USN Hospital. BLACK WELL
VAH-7, under the command of Other finalists included:"Fill up

Commander B, B. Brown, Jr., the gas, check the oil, and one 64 CHEVROLET ...... $3195 '
of Sanford, has been aboard the lollipop please", submitted byE. Sport Coupe, Red with Ivory

Enterprise since it deployed to E. St. Clair PN1 1, Wave Bar- )!L' ( J7t r, top, PS & B., Foe Air/cond..
Mediterranean In February. racks 723. w ,r I R&H, Exec. Car.

During June the Squadron established "Air Force Colonel (Ret.) landsat 64 FALCON . ..... .S2I95

a new "Vigilante" NAS J ax" and "They were Wagon 4 Dr., auto trans.,
time record of 720
monthly flight
R&H. Turquoise, 2,000 act.
going to give me a whole space
hours In 17 flying days during
routine fleet operations.One suit but I'm not fully toilettrained" mi.

highlight of the world entered by Haywood 0 63IMPALA. . .. (2495

cruise came on August 6 when Mikhell. J01, SIO. Chev. Spts. Cpe. PS & B.,
Task Force One crossed into R&H., Beautiful Red.

"nowhere" at Zero degrees longitude FOR ONLY 63 FORDFAIRLANE.$1795

j and latitude on the Equa- INTRODUCINGYOUR '500' Spt. Cpe., V-8, R&H.,

$ 10 PS., Red & White, extra nice.
tor.For
of the the I NATIONWIDE AGENT
most men, cross-
I 61 PONTIAC . ... $1495
ing was their first. As Polly- per
Cat Conv., R&H, Auto trans.
initiated into the
wogs, they were day
i mysteries of King Neptune'srealm ; Fac. air.

! by Shellbacks, those men YOU CAN OWN 61 IMPALA.$1495 '
;: on board who had crossed the 4 Dr. HT, PS & B. R&H, Foe.

line before. A Home FEATURES Air.
! All hands survived the lively 61 COMET.$1095

activity of the day and since all IN BELLAIR GALORE Wagon, 4 dr., Stan. Shift.

are now Shellbacks, they can just- No Cash VA 61 CORVAIR .. $1095
ly be referred to as "Old Salts"or 3rd Class & Up 'Lakewood 4 dr. Wag., auto.
3 and 4 Bedroom.
even "Old Sea Dogs". TROY (T.L.) Qualify trans. R&H.
The Indian Ocean presented an l'jand2'Full Both*
unusual sight to the task force TAYLOR e Convenient to Screened 'Porch-s FULL YEAR WARRANTY
NAS and Cecil
August 15 as the sun was beat- Field Patios Paneled Walls BANK FINANCING

Ing down and a brilliant half '2825 Cherokee Cir. E. Full Session Baths
Oil Heot Vanity
als In the clear f .1
moon was _shining Schools inDevelopment ..
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+j sky. Range Hoods Ceramic Tile
PHONE EV 9-7514 .
I This, coupled with the presence e. Streetlights Sidewalks Double Kitchen Sinks

. of the Kenya leaders the same A MAN WHO CAN SAVE e Churchs Slidiriig Gloss P6 I day, gave proof indeed to the 6,000 Traffic-Safe
American Navymen on the cruise YOU TIME AND MONEYON Streets

that the task force Is on. the YOUR INSURANCE e Center Planned Shopping PHONE 264-9579
"other side of the world."
.f Follow the South Blanding Boulevard to beautiful .
The remainder of the Task signs on ACKLEN PRICE -
Force One route Is still classi- t IATIONWIDE BELLAIR, "The Best Buy" On the left, only 10 3719 BLANDING BLVD.
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MJ'u.I'I ir IHIU'IK Co minutes from 103rd Street.
fied pending final arrangementsfor ? ,,,
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I NAS Offers:. Refuge For Canoe-Riding I


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The first hurricane to approachthe ed for foot injuries at the Dis x' ,
Jacksonville area this year pensary. ,'
brought many different plans of Until arriving at NAS Jax : '
actions from every departmentand boys had been completely on \
tenant command aboard NAS own. They carried their own
Jax last week. Planes were e- plies In the canoes and did ).
.bt vacuated, ships Were sent to own cooking along the ,
sea from Mayport, and brown- the rivers. An occasional -
S e" baggers were sent home when fry Interupted their steady
they could be spared to preparefor hamburgers. They slept
the storm. In general NAS canoes, which were r
Jax was being evacuated.Not gether, and occasionally a
so for 13 men and six out on'the bank.
canoes. To them, NAS Jax offered One of the boys
shelter for the upcomingstorm. diary for the trip. There
4 This group was from the n't many complaints lodged
Anneewakee Foundation in Doug- cept the rain and
r lasville, Ga. They had launched "The mosquitoes weren't
their canoes on August 5 for a but they were bad enough
trip to the Gulf of Mexico and me to sleep in a telephone
return. Then came a change of
They traveled down the SU- "Well, we had a good
wanne River to the Gulf, por- sleep last night, and the
BARRACKS E, DORM B was taged across to Silver Springs and quitoes left us alone. Maybe
/ eJtJJirRntnn nA "home" for these fellows from put in again on the Silver Riv- felt sorry for us."
Thursday afternoon until Saturday er. They followed the Silver Riv- The group was made up
I DeaIsLI' morning when the storm er to Oklawaha,into the St.John's win May, senior counselor;
and landed at NAS Jax, a trip Sabback, counselor; Hugh
I'' SEE PAGE 12 AND was over and they could con- of some 333 miles.Jacksonville ler, counselor; Larry Hoff a soft
: YOU'LL KNOW WHY! tinue on to their destination of Beach and a few ior counselor; and Al of the
Jacksonville Beach and a try at days in the surf was their ultimate Allen Branch, Grady Cone, have
RIVERSIDE surf-riding in their canoes. destination, butCleostopped Carroll James Wright,
'- them just short of that goal. Myrick, John Hartsfield,
CHEVROLET Upon landing at NAS,they found Thompson, and Tommy past
shelter in Barracks E, food in Life in the barracks
: CEDAR HILLS Galley #1, fun at the indoor swim to agree with the boys. told the
I ming pool and a place for their a little trouble until another
canoes and supplies in the Hobby around that they were
BP with a
Shop. Two of the boys were treat- fellow wearing Levis
shorts
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FREE AUTO WAX WASHED RELAXING after their trip of 333 miles in canoes, the he has
WITH CAR and boys from Anneewakee Foundation begin their stay at fixed
Jax. All their gear and canoes were stowed in the Hobby is work-

until the threat of hurricane Cleo had passed. L



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S St lP ly l- 30-Year Pins Drowning Is Easily Avoided <:.



SI Given NAS CiviliansJesse to Two By Following Simple Rules


I Washington. D.C.....(NAVNEWS.Many) Navymen and their families
II Kelley. Supply Dept like water sports swimming water skiing, sklndlvlng. fishing
za and Earl B. Mally O&R, recently boating. These sports are so much fun that It's easy to overlookone

received the Navy's an- rpresent.hazard. the risk of drowning.
I chor-type lapel emblem for urownmg raiuts lounn as a
'completed service in excess of cause of accidental death In the drowning can be prevented by
thirty years. They received the United States, topped only by motor following a few simple water
award through the Incentive A- vehicles, falls and fires.This safety rules.
wards Program of the Civil Ser- year over 6,000 people In this The most important rule for
vice Commission which providesfor country will drown with a peak water safety is: Learn to swim.

__ the recognition of employeeswho average if 35 per day in July Yet, Besides being good protection
__
have rendered long and faith- like most tragic accidents the ability to swim( enables a person -
ful service to the Federal gov- to help others who may be In '
ernment. The award signifies He Wanted trouble. But the ability to swim
Help
tal Federal service military and doesn't entirely eliminate the
civilian drowning hazard. Many experienced -
When Mr. Kelley retired from But He's All WetIt swimmers drown

Naval Service, he was a Lt. every year because they fall
in the Medical Service Corps, to observe the following precau-

having served twenty-one years was literally raining cats tions:
with the Bureau of Medicine and and dogs at NAS Jax Tuesday Never swim alone.Dorft .
Surgery. In accordance with his swim if chilled or over-
afternoon and everyone at VP-
duties !supervised,coordinated 30 took refuge inside Hanger 140 tired.

Captain J. R. Mockroth, Commanding Officer of NAS, congratulates and: directed procurement of e- to get out of the wet..then the Never dive into strange water
quipment and supplies needed without first checking the depth
Jesse H. Kelley of the Supply Dept. and Earl B. Molly of establish and operate a 350-to water buckets-full started coming down in and the bottom..

O&R, on receiving the Navy's anchor-type lapel emblem for com- bed hospital at Beaufort, South hanger. right Inside the Don't swim to the rescue of a-

, pleted service in excess of thirty years. Carolina Upon establishing Right then and there occurred nother person unless you've had

. storerooms to stow supplies and what can rightfully be called a training In llfesavlng.
A 'Bubble-Topped' equipment for die hospital,he was quandry. Sailors couldn't With the popularity of boatingat
I also instrumental stowing material outside without getting soaked go the present time, it is not un-
in stock number sequenceto and they couldn't remain under common to see boats overloaded. t f ..\
May Take Deeper conserve warehouse space. the roof without getting equally Cardinal rules for safe boating
Depths Besides maintaining inventory damp. require that the mmber of pas-

control records he was responsible It seems someone tried totem sengers be limited to the safe
White Oak, Md. (AEPS) -- Jules Verne's science fiction sub- for receiving issuing sellIng in the alarm for a small oil fire capacity of the boat and that a
marines had big, bug-eye windows -- but the U.S. Navy Is studying disposing, and making secure on the surface of the nearby St. serviceable llfepreserver be
the possibility of doing the French novelist one better. all general supplies and e- Johns River just when it started provided for every passenger and
Picking up where Mr. Verne left off, IL A. Perry, research quipment. Mr. Kelley served as to rain. But this hasty joker not the operator. Children under 12
engineer the Naval Ordnance the administrative assistantto only turned on the fire alarm he years of age and all persons who
Laboratory, Silver Spring, Md., depths of 300, 7,000 14,000 and the Commanding Officer in all also activated the hanger's cannot swim should be requiredto
Is currently researching the 21,000 feet. At each depth several matters concerning: the hospitaL sprinkler system which is a wear Coast Guard-approved
feasibility of using massive glass '. spheres were used varying He has been with the NAS Jax pretty efficient apparatus for putting lifebelts at all times In small
for the entire hulls of all-depth only the distance between the Supply Dept for 8 years. out fires..or for taking group pleasure ,craft. Water skiers
workboats, submarines and bottom sphere and the explosive.The Earl B. Mally had twentyfiveyears showers with clothes on and all, should also wear approved ski-
fixed Installations. results showed that the of service in aircraft maintenance or for washing down airplanes belts.
Mr. Perry reports glass offers spheres' resistance to damage by before coming to the while under repair or for nosing Backyard wading and swim-
unique possibilities for a break- shock pressures increases C&R. His duties at NAS Pensa- down desks and filing cabinets... ming pools are popular with many
through to high levels of buoyancy markedly the deeper they go. cola consisted of removing repairing families. These pools bring
reliability and operating being five times stronger at and installing aircraft drowning hazard along especI-
safety In deep submergence lmlls. 21,000 feet. By contrast metal parts and assemblies. On tours New CalendarContinued ally for small childrea All _
The engineer first put his structures become progressively aboard the USS Brooklyn am USS swimming pools should be surrounded -
theories to test In March with less resistant, to this type of Enterprise he performed simi- by an adequate fence and
several other scientists aboard damage the deeper they go. liar duties with the additional ( from Page 2)) gate that is kept locked when the
the Navy research vessel Gillis Several more tests have been work of preservation and de- pool Is not in use. For the protection
over the Puerto Rico Trench. run since March which show that preservation of engines. Neatly taken care of by Dr. Ed- of other neighborhood
With 95 hollow spheres, they massive glass with protective While an instructor at the Aviation wards. A separate day would be youngsters empty your child-
lowered each sphere separatelyto overlays could be used for deep Mechanic School, NATTC inserted each Leap Year. would ren's wading pool after they've
predetermined depths with an submergence structures. However Jax, he taught maintenance and occur between June 31 and JulyL finished their "dux" It's always
explosive charge mounted at a the scientists point out that repair of aircraft aircraft pow- advisable to keep small children
specified distance from the much engineering and evaluation er planes and assemblies. From The Perpetual Calendar would in sight around anybody of water-
sphere. remain to be done conclusions 1944-46 he served as Maintenance have many attributes. Among even small Inflatable wading
The spheres were lowered to may be drawn. Chief at NATTC and was them: The first and the fifteenth for drowning can occur in water

't ., ; ,,' Chief Petty Officer in charge of of every month payroll days for only a few Inches deep.
t..,'. Jt. '.' .,' 't' 22 aircraft mechanics in the "many would fall on a weekday All teenagers and adults should!

< : $Jf i"x 'f' '': .:1t'.I i maintenance and minor repair of every month, never on the week- know the fundamentals of mouth-
j ... ,:. seven aircraft. Mr. Mally served end. Each month would have an to-mouth artificial( respiration.
;
,."<.<,' f as Chief Master-At-Arms at equal number of workdays 26. It's simple to learn and Itcanbethe
,', !.:? NATTC from 194648.As New Year's Day allows January 1 means of saving a life. This
'1)4 '. Leading Chief of the Op- to be a day of business. And for knowledge Is doubly important if
"( f, ....:z.. erations Department at Guantanamo the superstitious there are no you and your family engage in any -_

"'Ai, ._ ... ._............-.\.-.,. .., Bay Cuba (1948-51)),his duties Fridays the 13th in the proposed form of water sports;because in
.. any water crisis when minutes
consisted of assigning personnel calendar.
.
? m- 'e taking charge of flight Dr. Edwards recently went on a and even seconds are important

t. .. crews and maintaining four air- trip around the world presentinghis the prompt application of emergency -
,-.. .> 0:== 'f craft In readiness. His last Na- calendar reform to many different measures can often prevent
'V't'tl: ,0(,. 110 4 t a .
I -...;,il rrf: T t .<1. ..::. : .. '-I. vy assignment was with FASRONSIX countries and organi tragedy.For
l >> I'" '-tC:" ?' I';. f where be served zations. The total result was one your family's sake-com-
f' as
\ '-<<1"1 __ ,_ ___. __ ,J Leading bine
2RETU.R / Chief. In 1954 he retired from of success. Newspapers,govern knowledge, foresight and
s"
VAP- to NAS icu dter completion of, a three month's the Navy (disability) with the rat ment and religious officials have caution so that the family's water
deployment, !in.: Rota, Spain, i Navy I Photo by Jim Patrick PHANI) ing of ADC. Mr. Mally has been lauded and commended the Per- recreation will be 100 percent

; Bienvenidos+ Prego with O&R for 5 years. petual Calendar. safe.

ance and
ground photographic
Aloha Ti'O e Bienvenu serving overseas and homeported mance during the current deploy- support. Besides the many long
.. in Rota Spain, the small air ment reflects the high standardsset hours that go ''into keeping jet

The above words allmean'welcome. It t Sixty J Two's arm of VAP-62 existed solely by previous detachments and aircraft in an "up" status,
|f Skywarrlor jets
to supply aerial exemplifies the performance of
photographic 800 hours
a welcome home to;personnel |J was met by squadron skipper, approximately were
coverage to various countries the officers and who made
men flown 200 rolls
or 60,000
exposures -
of hic I Cdr./
Heavy
IPhotogra J. P. Cullen and commended -
of the
this
Medltteranean. possible. "Arrevldicl". of film
shot developed
Squadron SIXTY-TWO'S De-
all on a job well done. The
Detachment-19 small in number Although the actual photographic and and rr
interpreted all
tachment-19 upon their return I 1 detachment of three planes and in a
and completion of 'duty over- four but mighty In tasks accomp- coverage was obtained by period of 3 months!IA U this tends
crews was supported by
seas. _f maintenance number lished received the following the men flying the various mis- to exemplify the grade of excel-
'" \ personnel message from Admiral Moore. sions, it .could not have been lent the
An advance flight of three of ing approximately 60 men. While so typical to men ,of
ConFAIrMed; "Your perfor- possible without superb mainten- VAP-62 and the U.S..Navy.{ .




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Bluejackets Inn Acey Ducey 0" Club MoviesMovies

Branch 91. Fleet Reserve
will be shown regularly Association will hold its regular -
Doin's Club Thursday, September 3 at 7 p.m. Monday through branch business meetingat

Saturday. 8 p.m. on Thursday, Septem-
Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. will have two feature ,
NATTC ber 3 at the Fleet Reserve Club
Thursday, September 3 Thursday, September 3 Friday, September 4 times 2pm. and 7p.m. on Saturdays 91 at 8554 Roosevelt Blvd.
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m. and Sundays. The hospitalwill Principle items to be

. .Carr' Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Friday, September 4 Happy Dinner Hour 6-9:30 3:30-6 p.m. ., have one feature onSunday's discussed will the!'the resolutions
p.m.
8-12 a.mFriday at 7 p.m.The that will be presented and votedon
Bob Garber with Johnny Arnold- Mach Four 8-12 a.m. Malnslde theatre will stay at the National Convention to

September 4 8:30-12:30 a. m. Saturday, September 5' the same except for the evening be held in Indianapolis September

Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Dinner 6-9:30 feature which will begin at 7:30 21 through 26. Delegates to
8-12 a.m.'Saturday. Saturday, September 5 Johnny Jelnlck p.m.8:30-12:30 a.m. p.m. These are subject to change. represent Branch 91 will be

... elected at this meeting. It is
,September 5' Jerry Durden and the Crescents ", hursdaySeptember. 3Mainside
Sunday, September 6 requested that all members attend -
Mel Gaden and the Rhythm Girls 8:30-12:30 a. m. Buffet 6-9 Prime Ribs of ,From Russia With this meeting, and take part
p.m. LoveSean Connery, Pedro activities of this
in the
8-1 a.m. growing
6 Beef round
Sunday, September Steamship Armendariz Branch.

Sunday, September 6 Game Night 5:30-7:30 p. m. Monday, September 7 NATTCEscape By Night- Branch 91 will have its 17th

Western Night Tommy C and Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Terence Longdon Jennifer Annual Labor Day Bar-B-Que
Jimmy Stridkland 8-12 turn. the Country Drifters 8:30- Jones Picnic at the Fleet Reserve Clubon
Dinner 6-9 Seafood Buffeton
p.m.
11:30 p. m.Monday. Hospital-Walk on the Wild Side- Monday! September 7 from 11
Pool PatioTuesday
Monday, September 7 Barbara Stanwyck, Laurence a.m. to 8 p.m. All Shipmates in
September 7 September 8 Harvey this area are invited to attend
Band to be Announced and friends and
bring neigh-
4 your
September
Friday
Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.mDinner ,
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m. bors to this gala affair.The menu
Tuesday, September 8 6-9 p.m. (German) Malnslde-Take Her She's Mine- will feature Bar-B-Que Pork,

Tuesday, September 8 Wednesday, September 9 James Stewart, Sandra Dee Beef, baked potatoes, beans,coleslaw

Happy Hair 5-7 p.m. Game Night 7:30-9:30 p. m. Happy Hour 3:306 p.m. NATTC-From Russia WithLoveSean and hot rolls.This is alwaysthe
Conner', Pedro Armen-
date of
Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried ) reunion Shipmates,
Wednesday, September 9 Wednesday, September 9 Chicken on Pool Patio with dariz so If you haven't been out to the
Music the Hospital-Escape By NightTer- Branch or Club lately, plan on
.. ._ Game Night 8pm. Movies 8 p. m. by "Travellers"Fleet ence Longdon, Jennifer Jones being there September 7.
",
Saturday, September 5 Notice: Due to the preparationsthat
have to be made for the Labor
'" Reserve MainsIde-War LoverSteve Mc- Day Picnic there will be no
Queen, Robert Wagner "Teen-Age Dance" held Sunday,
.. V 4& $ OTO'1S's NATTCTake Her She's Mine- September 6.
Club 91 James Stewart, Sandra Dee
iwmmLot..OH t.l HospitalFrom Russia With

LoveSean Connery, Pedro HAPPINESSHappIneSs

Thursday, September 3 Armendariz is when you walk

..... roll Pizza Night/Branch Meeting Sunday, September 6 through, the rain and don't get
as wet as you first thought.

MainsIde-Tarnished Angels 'II: '. ..
I, Friday, September 4 Rock Hudson, Dorothy Malone t- -
NATTC-War Lover-Steve Mc
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Happy Hour 4-5 p. m. Queen, Robert Wagner
________
I _t Hospital- Take Her She's Mine-
rowan .,ri, she'sa
Mamie
Saturday, September 5 James Stewart, Sandra Dee ,
tw
thief..liar.,,
.I.. : -. i -'_- _I Spaghetti Supper Monday, September 7 cheat..yet..., <,

MalnsideAdvance to the Rear- more woman ;
: NEWSED CARS Sunday, September 6 Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens than any man '

Closed NATTCTarnished Angels-Rock can resist!
!
Hudson, Dorothy Malone ;

i I USED CARS SO CLEAN Hospltal- War LoverSteveMcQueen -
Monday, September 7 Robert Wagner
! THEY THINK THEY'RE NEW
t Labor Day Bar-B-Que Tuesday, September 8

64 FORD WAGON ...$3195 63 CHEVY..S2295 MalnsldeStop Train 349Jose
Tuesday September 8
9 Passenger, 8 Cyl, Auto4 Door Sedan, V-8, Automatic Ferrer, Sean Flynn
Radio, Heater. Power matic, Radio, Heater, power Shuffle Board Tournament NATTCAdvance to the Rear-
steering, air conditioned, steering air conditioned. Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens y.

Luggage Rack,New Car War Hospital-Tarnished Angels-Rock
63 CH EVY. ..... $1795 Wednesday, September 9 Hudson, Dorothy Malone
ranty.64IMPALA Sedan, V-8, Standard Trans. Happy Hour 4-5 p. m. -*, ALFRED
. ..... ... $2695 mission. Wednesday, September
2 Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto63 FAIRLANE.$1795 Malnslde- Bramfcfc Bush- HITCHCOCK'S I
matic, Radio, Heater. 6 A race-horse is an animal Richard Burton, Barbara Rush
,
Wagon Cyl., Standard
64 FORD..2795 shift. that can take several thousand NATTCStop Train 349Jose SUSPENSEFUL

-.,. 4 Door Sedan, V-8, Automatic people for a ride at the same Ferrer, Sean Flynn
\t Radio, Heater 62 T-BIRD. .... .$2595, time. HospitalAdvance to the Rear-
Iteering & air condi6oning. Convertible, Full Power,like Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens SEX MYSTERYMARNIE

I new.
63 FORD.$2295 -------------------I
62 OLDSMOBILE.$1895 II
Convertible, Automatic, Radio I I
F85, Automatic, Radio,Heat.
Heater, power steering. er, power steering. I CENTRAL ORGATOR 1 I

63 MONZA.$1795 61 FORD . ... .$179! I : rii'HEDRENSEAN

4 speed, Radio & Heater. Squire Wagon, Automatic,, I LANES I SUlMf '
63 FORD.$2295 Radio, Heater, power steer. ONNERY

'Xl' Hardtop,V-8, Automatic, ing Factory air conditioned, I 1838 CASSAT AVENUE- Phone EV 4.4556 I ce I IaI'wDINE .
.
Radio, Heater Bucket Seats. Extra Sharp. BAKER T r aTECHNIc0LOII'.au :
I 4316 BRENTWOOD AVE. Phone PO 8.2595 I II II Release

AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! I I II I
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i t 1 Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work' I,
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be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyde
Veterans holding 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
GI Insurance should publication the following Thursday. Ads ar-
rowing on the cash for this deadline will be published the fol
policy rather than cashing unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
policy when confronted money order for the full cost of the ad must be
financial emergency. the copy for the ad.
The Veterans DO NOT SEND CASH.

said today that charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00
THIRTEEN OF THE FIFTY.SIX PERSONNEL who successfully com- veteran-policyholders additional line ((4 words per line). . 35
gotten about the; loan 3p.a ,tr t1.3s tans -
pleted ,the Driver Training Program were on hand Friday, August their permanent type

28 to receive their certificates of completion. Captain J. R. which was one of the Brand New "JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY"Hula -
Mackroth, CO of NAS, commended the and awarded which
personnel sirable features ." Zig-zag. ballet, jazz mechanical
the certificates to the following participants, seen from left them to convert their $88.00 562 S. modelling tap and baton. Vene-

to.right: M. H. Autry, HN; R. J. Bohland, HM3; D. L. Brown, HN; year term policies 389-5543. tia, Wesconnett, Bell Air. EV 4-
R. C. Carrasquillo, YN2; D. B. Gott, AA; J. E. Hewko, SN; E. E. ago.The 3055&SP 15464.
Isaac, TN; Jenkins, Jr., HM3; D. A. Megno, TN; C. G* Nierva, GI policyholder
SN; J. S. Wallace, ADJAN; J. W. Walls, HM3; and F.O. Wilson, row up to 94 percent of PUPPIES-
AN. AlV who have the surrender value of J his A.K.C. Must FURN APT 2 BR conv. to NAS
personnel successfully completed course
type policy and the policy 264-9915. & Cecil. Call 387-2851 after 6
but were unable to attend the ceremony can pick up their cer- in the
ettect
although p.m. weekdays. Any time week-
tificates at the Safety Office. (Navy Photo by Kay Leljedal, SN) reduced until the loan is ends.

B. J. Gannon, Officer in
Labor Day VA Office,Jacksonville,
Poetry performs two very significant Only GI term insurance LAKE FRONT COTTAGE CBP
Cont. From 1 functions: It refines the added but the
Page value, he .with approx. 2 acres.Comp.num.
in order to meet the challenges a- language am.analyses social and of permanent plans ( ) New Automatic Call Walter Bowen-Charter Real
head. spiritual values. It is a means the loan provision.Once button holes, Estate 387-6511 or 3872851.
"The Department of Defense welcomes of educating the masses both the GI policy $49.00 cash
the opportunity to salute, emotionallyt socially. Poetry rendered for the full terms.Origi
the working men and women of which does not perform these all protection ceases Free Home In- 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
this country." Signed: two tasks ceases to be good cause the law prohibits a ,Call 353- NAS. $50 down. $50 month. Call
Robert S. McNamara Poetry. taking out GI Night or Day. Art Powell, USN, Retd. withCol-
Gannon explained. mery-Wilkinson Realtors. 264-
Policy loans can be 6144 or. 353-3671
any multiple of $5. AAA infor-
percent Is computed on attention to Navy.
@)D rm paid balance and Is due TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT, 6085
the date of Townsend Rd. Free local haul-
on anniversary
Should the veteran die ing. Sp 1-6188 after 6 p.m.

IEIHfJlwvrolet paying the loan In full, .
paid balance Is deducted ;
UNFURN APT. FOR RENT
policy proceeds 1.2646'S
beneficiaries are paid. Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt., 3BR,
kit equip. 3 mi. NAS. $115 mo.
( ) New, has all the Owner 771-8697.
cleaning rugs,

CHEVROLET in Jacksonville NX spray, etc. gun$15.00 for

Free FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
DOWNTOWN- No Obligation. 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 mi. NAS. Owner -

924 LAURA ST. at ORANGEVANDERBILT The following Navy Night 771-8697.

activities will be open
September 7. FURN APTS 557 Oak, Studio
Mainslde: The Clean 2 BR, apt. $45 ma 4; 3 rm apt.
will be open from noon oil heat n/b $50; mo. 6, clean & comf.
8 TIRES p.m. The Cafeteria, Bldg. 5222 Bay- EV 89886.
offer continuous .
Snack Bar at the Golf ORTEGA HILLS- BR, 11/2 B.
3 "PROVEN FOR MILEAGEQUALITYPRICE"AUTO will be open from 8 gown, like $200. down, $77 per month.
CENTERS. SERVE YOUNOMOKEYDOWN p.m. and the Cafeteria, $150. Will sell 7418 Warner Drive- Ext. -8172
from 2:30-10:30 p.m. or 384-2192.

.' .|jy ::tK NATTC: The
l: Club Bldg 593, will be Womans Chub Marine LNT dress blues,custom
noon to 11 p.m. All Kingsley Ave. tailored, very cheap,chest 38-40,
Vanderbilt Premum Exchange activities at Thursday and waist 34 long. Call 353-4933
1st QUALITY NYLON
36 MONTH will be closed. 9 a.m. to noon. Sundays.Oak .
24 MONTH
UNCONDITIONAL The Commissary hats, slips, etc
UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE GUARANTEE; 135, and the Navy of NAS. Hill Park, 3BR 2 B. CENT.
BLACK'ALL WHITEWALL Location, Bldg 1511 A/C and heating, elec. kit, sep
SIZE EACH SIZE EACH closed Monday and sedan, 6 cyL dr, den W/fireplace, fenced yd.
.
600.13..10.33 600aU........ IS$3 tember 7 and: 8. highest offer. closed in gar close to new clean.
650.13. ....... 11.11 650.13........ ".11 Dr. 771- School 7958 Jaquar Drive.
700.13..11.33 700.13..17.74 771-6749.
7SOa14. .. ..... 11.11 7SOaI4,....... 1a63 Now that we've
/00.14..13.47 100.11..19.11
150.14. .. .."" .',".., .SOaI4........ 21,12'SOaIS age of compact cars, .- .
......: '.'1 9so.16..Il.M. further improvement is sell FREE MAPS and AAA infor-
.70.1S ......', ..U 470.13........,1SA9 ,compact people I must mation. Special attention Navy.
710.1S. .. ......Iou: 710..'........ ".47 384-6706 Call 781-1277.
760.1'. '. .... .12..1 76081S..17..4
Add Z.SO'01'hltrwll's'' 120.1.23.42. CHURCH of
Add S2.Ibrela1S"T.belessTres' Md$2WoreloiIS"TubelelsTiros'

All Ti,.. PI. T.. I .cS...,.. ..53.00 A"-0.. if OH Tl,. H.I R.c....U I. 3223 WESCONNETT NEAR NAS Quote of the/ Week
JUST OFF

I t t ROTATION SUNDAYS:
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1 1 FREEMOUNTING 10:00: A.M. BIBLE remembers, the world
TUBEREPAIMAIN 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP
7:00 P.M. EVENING forget, that aggression
is aggression unleashed" '

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V F ,iIS \ 30.Year Veteran


Reenlists ForFourMoreYears





Everyday you see or hear of
men who are either getting! out t;
ot the Navy when their enlist- ,, ,>
.
ment Is up or they are retir-

ing with 20 years In, some with 6X FDA 'r'

1 ,r L l i S f P 30.But here at NAS Jacks onvillefc

there Is one man who, It seems,
Is trying to stay In until they
make him leave. That man Is

H. A. Lane, BUC, NBC Instructor
here. He has at the present,
: ,
.1 30 years, 7 months active duty i.,, <
't'. time. And just recently he reenlisted .. .
ia
for 4 more years.
NBC EQUIPMENT-Chief H. A. Lane, BUC, Instructor at the NBC The 60 year old CPO has beenat PAY ATTENTION--H. A. Lane, BU C, briefs one of his classes on what

school, goes over the types of equipment that is used in case ofa NAS since Nov. 17, 1963. they will be studyingintheirsix-weelccourseof Nuclear and Biological -

Nuclear or Biological attack with Joesph Eivach, DC2. (Navy But this Is not his firsttourhere.He Warfare. Navy Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSNI .
Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSN) served here In '57-59 as
the station's Chief Master-.
United -Fund at-Arms. ; Fla. Marriages
jc WPAOOMRlt Since he reported for this tour, ,iiiii
(Continued( from Page 1)) he has been teaching Nuclear
Warfare. He reported to NAS :
Fit Aid Society, United Cerebal Pal- Increase At
R. L wherehe
sy, U.S.O. downtown and the from Davlsville ...
instructor at the Nuclear
103rd St. at MTe,conneff Blvd Beach, Visiting Nurse Assoc- was an
Warfare school there.Lane's .
WE WIRE FLOWERSPHONE iation, The Volunteers of American six-weeks 3.97% Year
courses are a
Y.M.C.A. Central Branch,
SP I-J770 or Sf.0250 I ,
Opportunity Branch, John Weldon long and cover everything any-
FLOWERSFOR one needs to know about Nuclear -
Johnson Branch, and Arlington iLiDO-H.
EVERY OCCASIONFREE Branch, and the Y.W.C.. and theA. or Biological attack. His JACKSONVILLE -- MarriagesIn
present course started 31,
DELIVERY L..Lewis Branch.Do Aug. Florida Increased from 41.504
for all new members of the
JEWELL J. SMITH your share In meeting this NBC elements teams and mem- In 1962 to 43,120 In 1963 or
obligation. about 3.9 per cent, final figuresat
bers that missed the last
course. I A. Lane, BUC, reenlistsin the State Board of Health show.
Anyone who Is Interested In the
the office of l. A. Menard, XC Oliver H. Boorde, director of
course Is Invited to atterd. The
POWEll PLYMOUTHIS .. classes are being held in Bldg. NAS, for another four years after the Division of Public Health
LEADING THE WAY WITH completing 30 years and 7 Statistics, said the upward trend
40.Chief Lane is married and beam months of service. Navy Photo continued one which began In 1963

his wife Virginia reside with By J. C. Davis, JOSN and that "the fairly constant rate

their son Hale, Jr., at Winter per 1.000 population during, the
period shows the rise can be
RED Park.-Fla.- The worst sin towards our attributed to the expanding popu
fellow creatures is not to hate lation." -

them, but to be indifferent to Among those marrying for the
them; that's the essence of in- first time, grooms were gen-

humanity. -- George Bernard erally three years older than
Shaw. brides. However, divorced
grooms were 4 1/2 years older
than divorced brides and widowed

I DEALS WESCONNETT grooms were almost 11 years
older than widowed brides.
,I 4727 San Juan ( I FURNITURE CO.
\ Phone Over 48 percent of the brides
384.5852 53261t'esconnett Bl vd.at lOJrd
marrying for the first time were

II I MON. TUES. WED.:Only I NEW&USED teen-agers while only 16.5 per
I cent of the males were in this
FREE HAIR CUT with each AIR CONDITIONER group, Boorde said.

$2.50 Shampoo & Set. AND FURNITURE There were 22,699 divorces In
''I 1963, the highest number since
THURS. is Complete Color
Day Only $5.00 I L EASY CREDIT I 1946 when there were 26,112.
After October 1957, Florida law
I J MO APPOINTMENT NECESSARJ FREIGHT SALVAGE was changed from 90 days to 6
: PAAi OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS e REPOSSESSIONSBargains months required residence for
I divorce.
;I PRICES START AT I BY APPOINTMENT I Galore! Boorde said that In 54 percentof

JACKIE WILLIAMS-Formerly COME IN AND BROUSE the 1963 divorces, one or more
of Jackie's Salon
Blanding
00 Blvd. OPEN 9 A. M. to 9 P.M. minor children were involved.
'; 1797 'SPECIALIST IN CUTTING PHONE SP 1.075> Only 28 per cent of the divorces
PLUS TAG NATURALLY CURLY HAIR.semis. I were contested and in these the
&TAXNO divorce was granted to the wife
REASONABLE DEALS REFUSED! 73 per cent of the time; the hus-

WE NEED USED CARS BRING YOUR TITLE band 23 per cent and both parties
I STARS & STRIPES 4 per cent.Extreme.
WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL
t
THE"BARRACUDA" ,: cruelty was the legal
\ cause given in 17,805 cases --
; :J8''per cent. Other leading causes

I t were desertion, 3,856 ;
, w. *
isHERE LAUNDRY ,& ; habitual intemperance !
I coos;; ungovernable caset

r DRY CLEANERS caSes.. .., ;,_ "
/ ; <,Therefore 211. ,
;
tf QUALITY SERVICE STARTS AT ... 'I \CKOSS ILKOD PROM, 1963,lrt l:'11l less*'cases(than ,atyear.(the marriagelasted Fraud

f 11 I SEAFARERS :MSYUKON .: 'misrepresentation and bigamywere
THE leading grounds for this
. FLORIDA t .
" i ONLY STAR MACHINEIN t action.t_. _. _
TOWN "ONE FRIEND
To perceive a man's capacitiesand
''I' PHONE ()l>''"\'',,day .\fltrlhHnh'lili" \ I''I. 1218 SAN PAT'S TAILOR SHOP TELLS ANOTHER" Instruct,or Inspire] him in the

359.2024 SEE PL Y\IOllTIIIIEnE\ MARCO al YD.I :N tAT TO VYKim'S t development, the training and the
exercise of them -- that is
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9


Will Tax Cut Tax Your New, Proof Puts

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Budget Next Year ? Garden Of EdenIn



Bristol Fla
In recent weeks, you've probably noticed more tnk -.10ffi

pay in your pocket as a result of the Federal tax cut. But it's

also quite possible that next year when you file your 1S64 return Charleston S.C. ..(NAVNEWS) .
.
.Accord1ngtotheAUFloridaTV
you may owe Uncle Sam
money. I'I
guide, the Army's Corps of '
For millions of taxpayers, the new withholding rate is not Engineers has added new"proof !

enough to meet their income tax liability. This is because the for the theory that the Garden of ,r'..L. .
new rate of withholding is only 14 Eden was In the Apalachicola ri
per cent, while the lowest ; I i ij
actual tax rate is 16 per cent. Here's how to decide whether ley north of Bristol Fla. The i i II x l'
evidence, as presented by E. E.
yoa will end up owing more tax for this year: Callaway, a Bristol attorney, is .. Ii; .
1. Estimate your 1S54 total Inccms. Subtract a rough figurefor convincing enough at least to I' ,

your deductions and available exemptions; ther. apply make the reader wonder. ',i' I

the new 1964 tax rates to your resulting taxable income. The Bible states that a river
with four heads was in the vicinity '
(The new rate tables are available at Internal Revenue of the Garden of Eden. j -- :.

Service offices, Post Offices, and banks.) "Until the Corps of Engineers
ASST. COMPTROLLER VISITS NFO. Captain F. B. Grubb, Assis
2. Compute heymuch will bo withheld surveyed the Apalachicola-Chat-
by your employer during tant Comptroller of the Navy, and LT.l.C. Zilla, Officer-in-Charge,
tahooches-Fllnt River
1964. Remember that the new 14 cent withholding rate system, shown
per Mr. Callaway states, "men had are reviewing Navy Finance Office personnel during Captain
didn't go into effect until early March, 1964; the old 18 per searched in vain. for such a Grubb's recent

cent rate applied until then. system. visit.ATTENTION

3. Compare the estimated tax you will owe with your estimated Other points used to back up the

withholding. You can then readily see if you are a victim of theory include)the calculations
of meteorologist based on dimensions -
all Personnel
"underwithholding. of the Ark, length of timeit Navy
To increase the amount withheld from your pay check, was afloat, eastward atmos-

simply ask your payroll department to drop *ne or more of pheric drift, etc., which show the
your exemptions claimed for withholding purposes. Each Ark would have traveled as far
the distance between
as Bristol
exemption dropped will cause about $8 per month extra to and Mount Ararat; ((2)) the state- 1L-!

be withheld. (Remember, you can drop an exemption for ment that gopher wood, of which

withholding purposes and still claim the exemption on your the Ark was built,grows nowhere
tax return.) else in the world except In a small _
area near Bristol the f\ ,
; ((3)) same
Perhaps exemption dropping won't provide enough addi metals specifically mentioned in

tional tax payment. Then you may request in writing to your the Genesis account are found

employer that additional amounts be withheld. Or you may here, including gold, bdellium,

file a Declaration of Estimated Tax, and pay additional onyz; ((4)) an area near Bristol
more varieties of
grows trees
amounts of tax in quarterly installments.
than any spot on earth; ((5)) Noah
could not have known that he had c
_
crossed an ocean, and his crew's
CAREER CUARTERO accounts of their former home

OPPORTUNITY HOMES were thus interpreted by his de-
scendents to apply to land in the
BEING RELEASED FROM!
INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED | "new "
world.
ACTIVE: DUTY THIS YEAR?| ITravel
Prestige national corpora- RA 4-2519 Mr. Callaway is expected to
publish a treatise
tion offers good starting book-length on
3BR.FULLTILEBATHI$9500.$55pMEoR this "When he
theory. does It
salary, plus bonus to past
USN officer having recently [ will probably be regarded by
served at one of local many as a revelation, and. by
Navy Installations. No tra- WM. C. CUARTERO others as simply a great yarn.In .
vel extensive training and 2145 HOFFMAN ST.JACKSONVILLE any case, it should prove most
office provided. Interesting reading," the All- home on furloughthe
Florida TV Guide states.
Position will be discussed -
by preliminary phone quick, low-cost way. .
Interview.
by Coast Line Train !
CALL 353-9718
YOU CAN'T
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
NO STANDBY-SEATS GUARANTEEDFour

LOSE THISMONEY

dc trains daily to the North. Also, daily

INLETMARINA !! service to the West and South.


WET'
Check these low, low one-way furlough fares!
.it's in
and AND ...
RICHMOND $16.15
DRY BOATYARD
WASHINGTON 19.03
STORAGE o TRAVELERSCHEQUES BALTIMORE 20.00

PHILADELPHIA 22.28
MARINE
; NEW YORK 24.43
WAYS '' PITTSBURGH 25.53
BOSTON 30.15
This kind of money is impossible to lose --- actually we CHICAGO 27.10
mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers ST. LOUIS 22.40
Cheque Issued to you. Best way there is to carry money MIAMI 9.18
when you're traveling.
Fares to other cities on request
If you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way---buy
Travelers Cheques from the Barnett.

EXPERT OUTBOARD REPAIRS Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth. For information and reservations contact:
JOHNSON MERCURY BANKING HOURS
B.C. Miller,CPA
E.EZY &ROCKETTRAILERS Monday thru Thursday: 10:00: AM til 3:00 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM til) 4:30 PM Atlantic Coast Line Railroad| 'AT LA N.TI'C''
*BOATS ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., HAS 500 Water SI '

"Brad" & "Toby"Bradfield, Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 Jacksonville Phone: EL 3-1244 Fla. 'COAST UNI E

Owners BARNETT NATIONAL BANKUS RAILROAD
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH THE

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taubach-Naf ion's Best- Marsh Hen'Hunting __ --'-------.---




Puts Punch In Navy AttackRoger To 4 I

I
Staubach Paul Dietzel whoever replaces Terry Isaacson _
and Otto Graham I 5
Open Sept.
With the talents of these four personalities rest the hopes of the

1964 football fortunes of the four service academies: Navy, Army,

Air Force and Coast Guard.At Marsh hen hunters will openFlorida's
Navy, Coach Wayne Hardin has built his entire offense around 1964-65 hunting sea- 6

quarterback Staubach the nation's best. When Roger's jolly, the son at sunrise Saturday,September -
Navy anack Is devastating. But can Roger stay hot for 10 straight 5, according to A.D. Aldrich,
Saturdays, especially on that 10th Saturday when the Middies go after director Game and Fresh Water

their 6th straight. over that naughty word, Army? Fish Commission. The day's

At Army, the Long Grey hunting will end at sunset.

Line pins its hopes on the coachIng Hunting the migratory rails and ,. '
genius of Dietzel who is out gallinules (marsh hens) will be
to put the Cadets back on the allowed for 69 consecutive
Navy has some of the best Individual days
football map. Can Dietzel take November limit
talent It has ever en- ending 13. Bag
his thin ranks and put togethera joyed. There's fullback Pat Don- for all rails and gallinules is 15
winning season, let alone a- for and 30 for total
nelly, halfback Ed Orr and tackle a day's bag
chieve a cherished victory over
Jim Freeman. However, a few possession.The
that other naughty word, Navy? key men do not a season make, clapper rail will be the
At the Air Force triple -
Academy, and Hardin's biggest problems primary species taken. Other
threat quarterback Terry Is- rests with developing depth to go prominent species Include the JAX MARINES VMM WITH PISTOL-Three members of the Marine

aacson Is gone, leaving Coach with his hotdogs.ARMYDietzel. Virginia, king, black, and sora Aviation Detachment's pistol team display a tableful of trophies
Ben Martin with an almost un- rail. Hunters will also take the
they won during the past year in pistol matches in a three state
flllable hole. How far can the
Falcons against tough schedule thinks he Florida and purple gallinules. area. l.R, SSgt. E. Pennington, Sgt. Donald E. Hodgson and GySgt.
go rails and
Although gallinules
found a quarterback In the final Wesley Fox. SSgt. Harvey Meese who contributed of the
with no proven quarterback? are found throughout the State,the many
At the Coast Guard Academy, game of last season -- Rol-but majority of the hunting Is done In trophies through his membership on the team was transferred to

they don't play the big boys but his lie Stichweh.passing Is He only runs so-so.well Diet- tidal marsh areas along the Camp Lejeune prior to this photo. USMC Photo by GySgt. Wes

they play good football nonethe zel's line is his brightest spot, coastlines. Most of the success- Ward
less. Last year Coach Otto Gra- although the ranks are woefullythin. ful marsh hen hunting is done ina

y ham directed his charges to an Names that will make news tier of six counties along ,'\
8-0 season. But with his veterans Florida's northeast coastNassau -
are tackles Bill Zadel and John ""
graduated, can old pro Otto Carber and guards Pete Brauh Duval St. Johns, Flagler, aKU If rap
do it again? Volusla and Brevard Countiesand --
and Stowers.
NAVY---To go with Staubach Sonny two counties along the Wes- li E Sj& mi

tern Gulf Coast--Gulf and Frank-
lin.

$ EDGEWOODA&WDRIVEIN Hunting In other counties Is '
P becoming more popular as more 64 Pro Season Promises '
hunters take advantage of early

hunting dates applying to marsh
hens. Tight Division RacesThe
OT. 866 N. EDGEWOOD AYE. 387.7123

; TRY THE BURGER FAMILY. .
I, 4 DIFFERENT SIZES! way professional football Is played today, the only thing

A SIZE FOR EVERY APPETITE A PRICE.FOR EVERY PURSE certain is that nothing Is certain. It has been the pro format for a
decade and evident than last
was never more season.In
BEST EVER I
both the National Football and the but
League newer firmly
ICE COLD ROOTBEER SERVED IN FROSTED MUG
established American Football League, the 1964 forecast again pointsto

a season with tight division races, volatile offenses, Interesting
defenses, packed houses and! the "guarantee" that somebody will upset -

....... COUPON ....... somebody every weekend. _________________________
ICs the In the
uncertainty Giants, as usual will go as far
winurancebtt- championship of both
races
as Tittle can take them, but New
: : PRE-LABOR DAY : famous low rates leagues that breeds excitement York now has defensive troubles.
and Indicates another record
and top service.CcnUctrofltodijI. yearat A dark horse: the Washington
> the gate. There are the Redskins, whose trades have
PERMSALE favorites, of course, but who given them a new look. A team
I I I1 .. wants to predict that the Chicago
JOE with Brown on it is always a
Bears a sure-winner In the NFL,
threat, but Cleveland needs more
or the San Diego ashoo-
Chargers
than Jimmy. Dallas is another
--------------
--1 t LUTENPhone in In the AFL? club deep in talent and could
"fP: BRING THIS COUPON r I; : : NFL (EASTERN) --- Meet me all the way. Pittsburgh sure go
.1 771-6400 In St. Louis, Louie, because it
;; -------------- toe in Lou Michaels, not much in
could be
the Cardinals'
3811 Blandin1-B1v< year. the of a consistent offense.
(w RAYETTE WAVE $5.95 e STATE FARM ..- With a bevy of backs like Crowe, NFL way(WESTERN) -- Can the

ar.....-...... .... aowsq .. Gautt, Childress and Triplett,St. Bear offense take the
: I Including Haircut r : Mssss paa...._ Louis depth has the other six pressureoff
the fantastic Bear defense,
division clubs
worried. The
JEANS WAVE $6.95 the biggest single factor in
i. Chicago's '63 championship

Including HaircutREALISTIC e. Packers don't think so, mainly
.. WO : t because they lost twice to the
: $8,05 I; : I {} l AUTO PARTS Bears last year and have made

BUSY BEAUTY moves to see it doesn't happen

J Including Haircut p. again. Baltimore, with Unitas,
.
i ,, THIS WEEKS SPECIAL and Detroit, with its line-
L. m- ll= n;':'1"' 'r ; "' great
: 1'"V" ::: '; .
r1' -V.':V Y:.v.:. +Y-\;' y: : -.:.;.; "":.fll; ,"*. IIE.U Y $ 9231 men, are not to be counted out.Mira's .
,
FLOOR SHIFT
DUTY I
COUPON arm should pitch the
: VOID SEPT. 10 COMPETITION
: A RER, $46.60 49ers into prominence, but not
'-. ..
'
COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND t this year. Minnesota and Los.
S ii' ,
.'a: .
f ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES Angeles are low in experience.
QSPECIAL$4.95 AFL (WESTERN) --San Diegoto
tf rJiv.: A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE t repeat, but certainly not as

I :-# You Must Be A Student In ...", ::; 5I" OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30 PM easily.'62 finished Oakland!10-4,won last one gamein
/... A Duval County School : \ year.
i/. SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00 PM Indications are that the Raiders
1 should show more improvement.
,
I BERNARD'S HAIR STYLING WOODY McCULLERSUSN RET. Kansas City, the AFL's puzzle

S : : 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1700 HIGHWAY 17 club, has the horses and good

(NORMANDY.) Across from Atlantic Mills 387-1111 t JACKSONVILLE 10,FLA. ORANGE PARK FLA. t rookies. Lowly Denver traded
((2))CEDAR HILLS. Cedar Hills Shopping Ctr. 771-5510 PH. 388-8031& 387-7031 Ph. 264-9513&.264-9514 like mad in the offseason.AFL .

((3))SPRINGFIELD (Formerly Franco Stylists). . 355-0522. OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD. (EASTERNA toss-up,
t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ph.72S-8644&725-8645 t and that includes the New York
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j\ IQZ1 I S1OIll1S S Slacken C 1M, ;:Bowling : :


(IMPS Weekly Feature) Standings 1

L In the 31 TribuneAll ttKeglers" Play
Chicago
APPS
( Weekly Feature) The NAS Intramural Kegler
Star football games has a
standings for the top three teamsIn
Blankenship Rides AgainThe professional team that lost to the.
each of the three bowling
college players ever come back The latter part of the past
Durango Kid and the Lone Ranger and those other guys who and won the championship of the weeks in Intramural Bowling leagues, as of Friday, August
could ping a silver dollar at 100 paces probably couldn't hold a candleto National Football League? action was somewhat hamperedby 28, are:

Bill Blankenship; who Isn't a cowboy but today rides herd.on. the 2. Of these baseball players the inclement weather, as only National League '.'
nation's pis'tbl'snooters.Blankenship which one had the highest life three of the eight scheduled
FICEUR CPO's u-i
is a 34-year-old Army sergeant stationed at Ft. time batting average: Trls Speaker games were played. Air
Berming, Ga. He kicked off the 1964 National Rifle and Pistol Matches Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Tea* The results of last weeks actionare Darters Frames 10-2 1-1
held annually in August at Camp Perry, Ohio, by winning his fifth Williams, Nap Lajoie,Eddie Col- :
straight national pistol championship.The lins Horns American
Wagner, Joe Dimag- American League League
sergeant's notches long ago made it necessary to lengthen the gio, Stan Musial or Paul Waner? Electrons
handle of,his ptetoL; His long list of firsts includes.the national scoring 3. Who was the last pitcher In Eagles, Mad Foxes 2 11-1

rec6rd--2654-151, set last year at Camp Perry. He is one of the few the National League to win 30 or Griffons 4, Photo Lab 0 ComStoreFive Eagles 9-3 8-4
shooters to hold distinguished badges for both rifle and pistol He more baseball games? What does Cannon Cockers 3, Hellions 1
is the only triple distinguished marksman in the Army. No other he do now? F ICEUR/#/#1--4, Pan Handlers 0 Continental League
shooter in history has ever won the national pistol championship more comStore5--4, Needlers 0 Cursors N
than three times In succession. Answers to Quiz Neptunes 4, CFJ "A" 0 11-1
A Detroit policeman won the crown In 1940 and '41 and then took it jsounou; Electrons 4, Pelicans 0 NARTU1 10-2
again in 1946 after the matches were suspended four years because of -ue ojpw) B 'u8acmeuu! H J.lf 'e Chiefs 4, Thunderheads 0 Supply 9-3
Warriors
World War IL With a string of five straight behind him, there Is no 'f 'suiBiniM; P3! 'i 5 Continental League Sky 9-3

reason to believe Blankenship won't stay top gun for a long time. 'SS6Tti
But being top gun has a price, just like it did in those thrilling daysof SUMOJO puqaASio: agt'SaA 1 Cutters 3, Mix Masters 1
yesteryear when the bad guys hungry for reputations came lookingto NARTU1--4, Pizzans 0 After putting two and two together
gun down the masked man and his faithful Indian friend. Cursors 4, FICEURI2--0 one sometimes wishes he
Blankenship admits that being on top for such a long time means Hurricane Avions 3, Owl Hoots 1 had kept them apart.

pressure, but he says he tries not ot worry about his many challengers, Sky Warriors 4, Spoilers 0
and that's okay because the Lone Ranger didn't sweat it too much, Halls 1MLinksters Inspectors 3, Burgermasters 1
either. Flying Phantoms 2,Paymasters 2

"I try not to pay too much attention to the scores that the othersare Supply 3, Spartans 1 WASHINGTONESTATES

shooting during the matches because I must shoot against myself," National League
the Army Marksmanship Unit Instructor said. The threat of hurricane Cleo
Blankenship knows what It's like to be after somebody's hide He cancelled last Thursday's"Llnk- Darters 3, NARTU02--1/# HEW BEDROOM BATH

first came to Camp Perry in 1953 as a rifle shooter on the Hawaii ster" play and a short week of FICEUR CPOfs 4, 679th 0FKEUR3 Brick & ConcreteBlQckHome*
team. He was a member of the all-Army team In 1954 and in the mid- action resulted in the IntramuralGolf. /# --3, Rookies 1
winter matches of 1955, he was fourth in grand aggregate with the AS LOW AS $350 DOWN
pistol. He kept shooting and shooting and five years later he was the The results of last Tuesday's When Intoxicated,a Frenchmanwants $60. PER MONTHPHOKE7687718
best in the country. action are: to dance; a German tosinga
Who are these people zeroing in on Blankenship's record? Look no American League Spaniard gamble;an Englishmen or 765-129(5(
further than the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps, whose members Handicap to eat; an Italian to boast; DOSTIE BUILDERS
a Russian to be affectionate an
make their felt at ;
always presence Camp Perry.
3011 RIBAULT SCENIC DRIVE
Admin 5 FAETU 4 Irishman to fight, and an
Blankenship's winning score this year was 2642-112, not too far ,
short of his record but enough that It gave his biggest challengers a VP-30"A" 5 1/2, 679th 3 1/2 American to make a speech.

breath of hope. In second place was Air Force Capt. Thomas D. ,os "N'.7.; Supply: 2. .
Smith, of Lackland AFB, Tex., who fired 2639132. In third placewas Scratch I.
Petty Officer First Class Donald L Hamilton, Weymouth, I
Mass., who shot a 2635-112 score. Admin 6, FAETU 0 THE
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ious divisions could be found pre
HurricaneContinued Jax "planes. His job was to Insure paring for Cleo. In the barracks,
'that Incoming planes could blinds were pulled up and all
( from Page 1)) be serviced at the refuge base bunks moved Into the center of f
and that there was ample billeting the rooms. People were observed 1
plans are firmed as to which etc. for the plane crews. moving their desks away from
aircraft will be evacuated and At the onset of condition Three, windows, taping windows and
which will be stowed In the hur the landing field here was closedto boarding up the larger ones.
ricane-proof hangars. The liaison all transient planes. At the naval hospital here,
officer was sent to the ref- Condition Two was establishedon some bedridden patients were
uge base and made plans for the August 27 and all aircraftnot moved to buildings constructedmore

Incoming planes. hangared were evacuated to solidly than the buildings UNDER
Lt. 1... E. Norton of Patrol England AFB. A total of 38 mul- they had been occupying. AU
Squadron 30 acted as liaison officer te-englned planes were evac- stretcher patients were moved
between NAS Jax and Eng- uated. At this time, the land- before any rain started. Other
land AFB, Alexandria, Loulslan- ing facilities at NAS Jax were than these moves, things went NEW
na, the base which received NAS closed to all aircraft. Thus all according to plans, even to the
aircraft from this base were point of being able to continue
"0" Wives To safe from the winds of
Cleo.Aboard special diets for those who required -
GEMENT
the station many them.
Start Winter people were working to secure Each and every command
their equipment and buildings should be honored for the action -
Kegler ActionThe from the expected storm. The taken prior to the arrivalof
Operations Department moved Cleo. While all are thankful -
Naval Air Station's Of- "down" planes into the various that the storm was dissa-
ficers Wives Bowling League will hangars aboard the station. The
pated, it is reassuring to know o
start their Winter bow ling action, GCA (Ground Control Approach) that by the time it reached NAS
Saturday, September 5, at 9 a.m. gear mounted on portable trucks Jax everyone in a position of
In the Bowl-O-Matte Laneson was secured and placed under responsibility carried out their
Blanding Blvd. cover. The various radar towers assignments. Perhaps C1eo's
All officers wives are welcometo were secured, with the power sister will carry a more viciouspunch
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12 JAX AIR NEWS SEPTEMBER 3, 1964

ious divisions could be found pre
HurricaneContinued Jax planes. His job was to Insure paring for Cleo. In,the barracks,
that Incoming planes could blinds were pulled up and all
( from Page 1)) be serviced at the refuge base bunks moved into the center of f ,-
and that there was ample billeting the rooms. People were observed I
plans are firmed as to which etc. for the plane crews. moving their desks away from
aircraft will be evacuated and At the onset of condition Three, windows, taping windows and
which will be stowed in the hur the landing field here was closedto boarding up the larger ones.
ricane-proof hangars. The liaison all transient planes. At the naval hospital here,
officer was sent to the ref- Condition Two was established some bedridden patients were
uge base and made plans for the on August 27 and all aircraftnot moved to buildings constructedmore

Incoming planes. hangared were evacuated to solidly than the buildings 1 UNDER
Lt. L. E. Norton of Patrol England AFB. A total of 38 mul- they had been occupying. All
Squadron 30 acted as liaison officer te-engined planes were evac- stretcher patients were moved
between NAS lax and Eng- uated. At this time, the landing before any rain started. Other
land AFB Alexandria, Louialan- facilities at NAS lax were than these moves, things went NEW
na, the base which received NAS closed to all aircraft. Thus, all according to plans, even to the
aircraft from this base were point of being able to continue
"" Wives To safe from the winds of Cleo. special diets for those who required CEMENT
Aboard the station, many them.
Start Winter people were working to secure Each and every command
their equipment and buildingsfrom should be honored for the action -
Kegler ActionThe the expected storm. The taken prior to the arrivalof
Operations Department moved Cleo. While all are thankful -
Naval Air Station's Officers "down" planes into the various that the storm was dissa-
-Wives Bowling League will hangars aboard the station. The pated it Is reassuring to know
start their Winter bowling action, GCA (Ground Control Approach) that by the time it reached NAS
Saturday, September 5, at 9 a.m. gear mounted on portable trucks Jax everyone in a position of
In the Bowl-OMatic Lanes was secured and placed under responsibility carried out their
on Blanding Blvd. cover. The various radar towers assignments. Perhaps Cleo's
All officers wives are welcometo were secured, with the power sister will carry a more viciouspunch
join the league and more being turned off and the anten- than she did, but from the
information about the league can locked and secured in horizontal made this time it
nas a preparations
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by calling position. This offered appears that NAS Jax will be
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