<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00824
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00824

Full Text
"..--.--.--
I


I




t


NE i



I





... .. .. /',>

IT J ''' HIHBBBP BBBBHBBBHBHBBHMBMHi H
Published by the Holt PuUMiiyf Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of f II I icial I I expression of any
military department. Tb t1
VOL. 22 NO. 26"jcfr. U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 10, 1964
{
J .
"<.I"<"


Nuclear Fleet AtHalfWay United Fund Campaign Starts: Legendary Sgt. -'


Mark YorkDiesAt76Sergeant


Washington (AFPS--Opera-) Two Commands the
Quotas Alvin C. York
Top ,
tion Sea Orbit completed the first
World War I Infantryman who
half of its 35,000 mile cruise
became an American legend,died
around the world to demonstratethe
Advance planning and initiativeput Sept. 2, 1964, at the Veteran's ..
of
feasibility operating nuclear
two NAS departments "over Administration Hospital, Nash-
surface ships over
great the top" for the United Com- k'S ville, Tenn., at the age of 76.
distances on a selfsustainingbasis.
munity Services drive even
before the official start of the 4iMPt Funeral services were held

Sea Orbit, the first world drive, which began Tuesday,Sep- s r Sept. 5, in Sgt. York's hometown

cruise of surface nuclear ships, a tember 8. Civilian employees of Pall Mall Tenn. The Army I

is a task force made up of USS the Navy Exchange facilities and provided an escort, band, firing t
Enterprise USS Long Beach and the men of the Marine Barracks party and bugler for the funeral '

USS Bainbridge.After gave donations exceeding their t from Sgt. York's old outfit, the
100% participation goalH. 82nd Division.

leaving Karachi, Pakistan D. Rutledge, Chairman of
Aug. 22, the first port Navy Exchange Fund Drive, and H Sergeant York, winner of the ,
visited since Gibraltar, the lead P. J. Ditursi,Co-chairman, pre- Medal of Honor and nearly 50 I
ship of the fleet arrived in sented their check on behalf of other decorations, fought In

Australia nine days later. piI- Navy Exchange Officer Cdr. France with the 328th Infantry,

Thomas El: Stevenson to CDR 82nd Division.In .
The fleet has not replenishedits John W. Kidd, Unit Chairman of
supplies since leaving Gibraltar NAS, at the "kick-ofr' meeting the Argonne campaign, Oct.
July 31, and there Is no held September 2 at Mainside 8, 1918, Sgt. York killed 20
requirement for logistic support UCS'KICK.OFF-MEETING.cdr Theater. The check represented THE SPIRIT OF GIVING. Cap- Germans and captured 132 of

until they reach Norfolk, John W. Kidd, Unit Chairman of contributions of Navy Exchange tain J. R. Mockroth makes his contribution the enemy and 35 machine guns.

Va., In early October. the UCS Drive holds the check employees at NAS, NATTC, and for the United Community -
President Lyndon B. Johnson,
The world cruise is a prac- presented to him by H. D. Rut- Hospital facilities, totaling 136%/ Services Drive to lCdr. in his line to the sergeant,

tical experience in the operationof ledge, Navy-OT-Excrionge Fund of their goal. James A. Nichols, Military Per- said, "Sgt. Alvin Cullum York

nuclear-powered warships independent Drive Chairman,and P.J.Ditursi, The men of Marine.I Bar sonnet Officer. lCdr. Nichols is has stood as a symbol of American -

of support ships, a feat Co-Chairman. The check (Continued on Page 2)) keyman for the Administration courage and sacrifice for

impractical for conventionally represents 136% of the Navy Department. (Navy Photo by Jim almost half a century. His valor

powered ships. Exchange goal. NATTCStudent Patrick PHAN.) (Continued on Page 12))


Sec. Paul Will Fight Goes To Prep Hurricane Jax-Bound; -



Any Benefit Slashes School in Md.A Preparations MadeLask

student at the Naval Air

Technical Training Center here
Cleveland, Ohio (AFPS) -- Efforts to further lessen military has been selected to attend the week's lax Air News carried a lead story concerning the

fringe benefits will be met with resistance from Assistant Secretaryof Naval Preparatory School at approach and subsequent dissipation of Hurricane Cleo, which did

Defense (Manpower) Norman S. PaulIn Bainbridge, Md., and compete fora no damage In the Jacksonville area. From the observations mem-
a speech before delegates attending the Veterans of Foreign Secretary of the Navy appoint- bers of this staff made, NAS Jax was well-prepared for the anti-

Wars (VFW) convention! here: Secretary Paul pointed out that, in ment to the Naval Academy. cipated storm. Although Cleo fizzled completely, NAS Jax was pre-

recent years, "while there has Buford R. Warman, Airman, pared. That preparation and planning

been a chipping away of the a student In NATTC's AE-A may come in very handy now,

serviceman's fringe benefits, 18,187 Awards Go School was to have been trans- Swecker Elected for as Jax Air News goes to

there has been a rapid growthof ferred from NATTC Sept. 8 to press this week, Hurricane DoraIs

substantial fringe benefits in" To Viet-NAM GIs report to the Preparatory School Art PresidentAn fast-approaching Jacksonvillewith
all of our major Industries.
Sept. 10.Warman. winds up to 130 m.p.h.
Washington (AFPS)--Over the will be In a class of NAS sailor who took up Dora Is approaching the East

He then explained, "I would past two years the services have about 350, both Navy and Marine painting about four years ago Coast of Florida from sea,mean-
. like to call attention to the many presented 18,187 awards to ser- Regular and Reserve. There will will be Installed as President of Ing that when she gets to the ..,

sacrifices and difficulties faced vicemen in recognition of heroic be 85 appointments available to the Art League of Jacksonville coast, her winds will be at a peak
by our service families which anf meritorious duty In the Republic regulars and the same number for tonight at the monthly meeting of vel city and will lessen very

more than offset the remaining of Vlet-Nam. reservists.A the league. little, as winds do over land,
fringe benefits which are the object Latest Department of Defense 1963 graduate of Brandon Jonas N. Swecker, YN2 attached prior to hitting here.
of countlnuing attacks." figures show that the Army has to Officers Records will take
High School Brandon, Fla., War- All aircraft which were not
awards Air the helm after served
presented! 13,082 ; having one
man lists his home address as hangared here were evacuated
It was at this point in his ''\ Force, 2,912; Marine Corps, Rt. 3, Tampa, Fla. He enteredthe year as second vice president. As again to England Air Force Base,
speech that Paul told ,134 and Navy 59. president he will lead the leagueIn
Scretary : Navy Aug. 28, 1964. Louisiana. Early Tuesday morn-
the VFW delegates, '"Let me The Army has presented more its quest to promote art in the ing, Lt. L, C. Norton of Patrol -
assure you, here and now, that I 'awards primarily because its adviSory 1 Jacksonville area and to estab- Squadron Thirty, liaison of-

will do all within my power to strength in the RepublicIs lish a scholarship for a deser- ficer between NAS Jax and Eng-

resist efforts to further diminish larger than the other ser- ving art student. As the chapteris land AFB, departed to make all
vices. a member of the Florida
our military fringe benefits. s the necessary arrangements for
Federation of Art also
It was noted that with the they are the 35 planes and their crews
President John- y Interested in art developmentsIn
Referring to which evacuated later that
buildup of U. S. advisory per- were
son's recent speech before the sonnel In the Republic, and accel- 1 the state. same morning. More than 100
National War College directing a When Swecker first became interested -
erated action, there has been an planes were hangared on the
speed-up of present Defense Department in art he went to study
Increase in the presentation cf station here.
reviews of under the of Gordon
housing, guidance
awards. Again, people could be seen all
medical care, pay and allowances Harris. He studied under the renowned over the station preparing; for the ............
Secretary Paulsaid,"The Although some awards were New England artist long
&t hurricane. Aside from the nearly
President's words are, of course, made prior to 1962, the added enough to learn the technique of 100 planes in the
hangars,ground
the guide and cornerstone for the recognition has been on the climb mixing paint and cloud struc-
equipment, trucks, and cars could
programs which we in Defense following an executive order two ture. Aside from this brief

-rJ4- will pursue." years ago Buford R. Warman, AN (Continued on, Page 9)) ((Continued Page, 5))



-- '-

I -


PAGE_2 JAX AIR NEWS SEPTEMBER 10.AV 1964
-
I, '
> '
Chaplain/ s Messageby

\ ,w;'! 1'1e: :: ;' [5 ex M,f : S:

@) @ '- _. I John A. Abucewicz

% / /'- of South America called
Bolivar, the Liberator the George
ISALWAYS. SUNDAY Washington of South America, founded one country and freed three

Service of Holy others.He .
Communion 8:00 a.m. struggled all his life against the worst possible combinationsof
home and abroad, finally defeated
Service of Divine enemies at yet mighty Spain,
.F 9:30 a. m. and set the southern part of the American hemisphere forever free

Worship To cringing followers who were wQltng ,to give ,up after his first

;: ; :} 9:30 3 a.through m. Sunday 16, School Bid;. 722 for crushing defeat, he said sternly, heart, of victory Is to be learned
ages Service of Divine from defeat." Yet he was human and, when the world seemed to be
11:00 a. m. allied against him, knew what.. .it' ,felt like to be on the losing end.

[ AREL.ErJFSS Worship 6:30 Youth Fellowship After many successes, his army. tifferedYa terrible rout at LaPuerta
*3 <&&;) p.m. and for Simon Bolivar and his .fortunes it was low-tide. But pre-

a- s&y.J WEDNESDAY serving an undaunted heart he, rallled fresh forces, attacked tte
enemy In new battles, and saw ,the day dawn when no Spanish flag

4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal waved In any place In South America.
Nevertheless, at the end of his brief life, he was still harassedby

..r: 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal gloom and despair at the slow results emerging from his suc-
cesses. And while hailed as the Liberator of South America and

1 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, showered with honors, he said, darkly, "we have plowed the sea."

Also on all Holy Days Yet despite all, he carried on.
Catholic Services at St. Ed- So It Is for all of us throughout our lives*Despite all we must
AWE CONIZ ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval carry oneState

Hospital

Editorial SUNDAY MASS Voting Laws Differ;

6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- Check Your Deadline DateNew

Will You Still be Alive ward's Chapel

DAILY MASS YorkAFPSThe( Federal Voting Assistance Act of 1955
set up a uniform system of laws regarding absentee voting, but It

t To Enjoy Next Summer? 11:30 MONDAY a.m. St.&Edward's TUESDAY Chapel didn't same in require every state.the ground rules on handling the ballots to be the

Thus the deadline for submission of the Federal Post Card Ap-

The long Labor Day weekend is over and with it, the unofficial 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC plication for Absentee Ballot can range from an early Sept. 19

end of the busy summer with all its vacation trips and weekend ex- FRIDAY (District of Columbls) to just enough time for the ballot to be mailed
cursions. marked and returned before the general election.

Those of you reading this can take advantage of the occasion to 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Here's a check-list of the deadlines for submission of the application -

congratulate yourselves. You've managed to get through the whole SATURDAY and for return of the ballot: Spaces marked by an asterisk

period, including Its festive holidays, without killing yourselves. Indicate the applicant must allow sufficient time for the ballot to
That's a whole lot better than thousands of other Americans, including 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY be returned by the date established In the second column:

altogether too many servicemen, did. 8TATK APPLICATION' IIAI.UrrUKTIKN.DKUHINK
Of course, you may be among those other thousands of Americans Alabama I/KAI. >10 I.1MBOrl. : fcot. 3 :

who, although they weren't quite killed, did manage to reap a bountiful 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Alaska Arizona Oct. :31 No1: .
Oct. I Nov :1. II III..Vol.
p
harvest of bruises, broken bones, cuts and concussions, both serious MassesCatechism ArknnmiMCallfornM... .. 1. 11:10: I'.m..
,
and minor. If you're one of those, self-congratulations may be a Classes:Grade School Colorado O..t, :11 Not.'. :3!t, :ft 5 I pin..Not. PHI.Not. .
Conn'tk'ut. ,..
: u ii.
.
bit like bitter ashes In your mouth. OeUwareDint Not :1, IIIMIIINot.
But feel that those of who did bit SATURDAY of CitlunililH ipt. It :3 I, K pm.Not. .
we even you get banged up a florid' 1Mt. :no, ( p.m. '. 3. & pm. .
have cause to celebrate partly because you obviously could have 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities O..rICIA.Hawill 1 ft. 25Wt. Not. :X INot. before polU < lowNot.

been among those who didn't make it, but mostly because you may building 722 Iliinoill.Idaho.l l l Nu,'.. :3:3Not. I.I l ifori poll close,
finally have learned the lessons that the National Safety Council and Indiana .. :.1 '. :1.I 1\ pm
I Iowa Su,'.
-.. countless other organizations have been trying to teach for years. INIINa. N.2 J. I pm .
Kentucky I4 t. II I ,
Nov :3 I I..rll"t' pollMilnMNot.
The lessons are, simply and concisely, that safety is a full-time Traffic nulnlana Ocht.. SIM. :3 J
Job and that alertness and judicious precautions are essentialWe Main MainlandMawnirhUHvttM 2I i Su Nov,'. :1:1 I I., before ft pill pollH iliwiNot. \ .
also hope that those of us who came.through this summer : '. 3. In.for.pollx i.IHM*
.
:MlrhlKitnMlnnoxiit 111.1.. :II, 2 1'.11I, Su,'. :X I I..r..r poIlM I luxeNot. .
unscathed won't have to learn our safety lessons the hard way. After Violations :\I hu.I"lp.I..* '., :X:1 I: In.foil' pollH iliwiNot. \

all, we're now facing a winter season, full of holidays and their Mlmnurl Montana: : Not t. It,pill..
Not. :X In fore pollx HowI'lwlimirkml -
associate safety problems. When it's over, how many of us will be Nebrankn not Inter limn
able to pat ourselves on the back and say we more than Just "madeIt TtwTfollowlng is a report of Nevada: o.t. 27, ft p.m.Het No ml.,'.iilitht:X I I In-font Not pollH* clow-\
motor vehicle accidents and traf- New I llHnipxhlruVew I : Nov, :3 I, Ixfon poll (.low\
through? (AFPS) fic violations for the New Ji rm,:y. No.. :X Purr, pollH. i\lowNo -
period of 2. noonNo
I..t......... ,a ,,-..-"'" August 30 through September 5. New York l>y.state usually IrKlxInturo|III IINya| tinnuiillv. h..-. ::::. 3.: noon
II : : :";:: North (".rllllllll.fore election
0"1. :31.
noon
I -JI1i1 ,dlf' Number of AccidentsThis North link.., Nov :3 t Nu", III
: "" Ohio Oklahoma: I o Io.t :31, noon Nu,', :3 I, nn
'" r."', o..t :3o. I p.m.
; y -- Oregon : N.V. 3 before poIIN clues
.! Week August 30 through PennsyNnnla Nnv.:: 3'
'1- f' :i'If'0 Rhode MnmlHoulh oc.t 11, 6pmM. Nuv.: 3, I p.m
>t '. September 5 . . 3 ('aroIiIlA.. Nu\ :3\ before poll" clnse
,: '\ ; : :r > :" Total Accidents Mouth UnkolaTermKnee Nov: :3.: before. pulls clone
> this year through !l Nu,'. :I. 10 A.m.
TfxaiUtah .
'. September 5 . . 170 /let 30 NuI.Nov, :3,. before midnight pulls clove
Number of Accidents V..r lOnc. Nov. 3 before pulls: clone:
through \Vrrlnla.\! Nov.: t: before pull'::: clone:
September 1963 . 213 RHt.lnClon. Must No3 b.(voted a"Adult not later date than)
Total number of days since last '\"\PHI,..on"ln Virginia Oct. 31After No\ 3. before poll" clone
name and adilrcMcreon No\: 3: before pullll close"
Injury in vehicle accident. ..27 file, ballot mailed au-
tomatically for duration of
aervlceUct. I
\\')'nnilng II N.3
Number of Violations

FIRST MILITARY UNIT OVER THE TOP. The men of the Marine This week . . .63

Barracks view the chart that puts them at 115 percent of their Speeding . . . 11

goal. GYSGT. Ralph A. Tafolla hands the Marines' contributionto Reckless Driving . 3 JAX
Going through Stop Sign 4 AIR NEWSBox :
.
Cdr. John W. Kidd, Unit Chairman of NAS. Also seen in the
Other Violations . 45
picture are GYSgt. John B. Egan, SSgt. Edwin R. Starn, SSgt.

Charles F. Coco, LCpl Edward J. Williams, and LCpl Ronald J. Thirty-five drivers appeared

Nelson. (Navy Photo by Jim Patrick, PHAN) before the Traffic Hearing Boardat JAX AIR NEWS Is
the meeting held on Septem- a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
USS Drives ber 8. Disposition of the cases Jacksonville each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Edward J. Miller and Ronald 'J. include the following: fifteen lost private firm Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a

(Continued From Page 1)) Nelson. Their check represents driving and parking privileges NEWS must b All COP submitted for use in the JAX AIRe
donations of the Marines who aboard the station for various Box 2 NAS forwarded to the Service Information Office,

racks, Bldg. 400, presented a serve as gate guards, brig attendants periods; five were assigned to PUbJic'ation. Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
check to CDR Kidd representing and sentries for AEW complete an eight hour course Telephone News items are welcomed from all)) sources

. .... llSJo of their goal in a cere- squadrons and FICEUR. In remedial driving Instructions; Advertisements EV,9-7711, Ext. a 162.
---- mony held Thursday, September The United Community Ser- sixteen were given suspended concerning such are solicited by the publisher and queries
3. Included In the actual presen- vices Campaign is one of the penalties; five were given Company, 472 should J be directed to the Holt pubUshint
tation were: GYSGTs John B. annual fund raising drives warnings; five were dismissed; Telephone 359-A040Y e Drive, Jacksonville 8, FJorlda--
Egan and Ralph A. Tafolla; authorized, by Executive Order of and eight were referred to or 359-0271.

SSGTs ,Edwin.. R. Starn and the President, to be conducted commanding officers for possible VOL. 22 NO, 28

_. "'":...l.i".aJ.DACN l i'o.a.nd.-- --' PL&--- -.' "K;, !r; g&'lHim 4 i-i-li..6.J..AJcnUnar.v.......action.III"..........".'II.hU.......,....,.".'..."". .. .. SEPTEMBER 10, 1964

'- ..... .
.. ..--....-
-- -- ---
-- ------ --


-,



--
!


I

10, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3

How's Your Credit of the average person the good you buy something you like justas state in which the company does
I.Q.? things of life -- many of them well at a lower price If you business, they will vary from
virtually necessities -- that his had the cash? Maybe'.a secondhand state to state. However, for a
There's that old story about the Vermonter who said that the only parents had to do without en- Item would.do you just as representative state It will cost
thing he'd every buy on credit was his casket, and he wasn't going tirely or, at best, could not en- well. If the latter Is the case-- you about $17 to borrow $100
Into debt for that until he was "durn good and ready fur it." joy until the twilight of their and you don't have the money to if you pay it back In Instal-
ThIs was once the general attitude toward credit. But not so today. lives. Credit--that Is,consigninga pay cash--you should check ,around ments over a year. If you pay It
Today we live. In a society that Is almost totally consumer-credit percentage of future earningsto to see how much It will back in less than a year [twill
oriented. Rare is the individual--man or woman--who the attainment of Immediate cost you to borrow the money and cost you less, and if you borrow .
at least one credit card-for a local department store hotel carry goals--has enabled parents to pay cash for the Item. Put all a large amount, the charges per "
St gasoline or dining club. Some experiences traveled even Save give their children better living the costs down on paper, then $100 will be even less.
cards.for telephone and telegraph service. conditions, better healthcare and compare the cost of the "cash 5. Doesn't borrowing money
wit even tnosewhodo not carry the opportunity for better educa- only" Item plus the cost of eventually lend bankruptcy?
credit cards use credit. They pay ly what consumer credit is: tion than was financially possible borrowing the money with the That's an "Old! Wives Tale"
their medical and dental bills, paying later for something you when the rule of thumb was "pay price of the new Item plus carry- that was long ago discredited by
their utility bills--gas and llght-- need or want now. cash or do without." And creditIn Ing charges Then and only then the facts.The overwhelming
and even their newspaper boy at But the question still comes up the hands of the average should you make your decision. jority of Americans fulfill their
the end of the month--after they from time to time: is credit American has stimulated the 2. I want to pay cash for a financial obligations conscientiously : ..
...
have used the product or service necessarily bad? And the answeris mass purchasing power that purchase. Should I borrow the and with no thought of
,they purchased. And that's exact- no. Credit has put within reach motivates the mass production money or take It from my sav- default. For example, last year
and mass distribution that made ings account? most than 13 million people bor-
this country the most prosperous It will cost you to borrow the rowed more than 6 billion dol-
M1TRY and most powerful nation In the money. But It will cost you to lars from consumer finance com
t! n la history of the world. take It from your savings accounttoo. panies throughout the country,
Credit Is somewhat like fire. For one thing, you'll lose and in less than 1/2 of 1 per ,
( :; TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM Fire cooks our food and heats Interest your money Is earning Ina cent of the cases did they seek ,:
our home and generates the forceIn savings account. More Importantly bankruptcy as a means of avoid I
; PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS our factories. But fire can you'll probably repay the ing their obligation to repay the
f:: ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI"PIZZA also destroy our food, our homes money you borrow on schedule, loan. This shows that Americansare
and our factories--If It Is used but If you're like most people, not only basically honest,
.... carelessly or unwisely. Similarly you won't repay your savings account but financially responsible and!
credit, If It Is to be pro- nearly so faithfully. The only In extreme cases will they I
41'F our speciaty" ductive and profitable, must be "rainy day" fund will be gone. see bankruptcy. ,:
ANKDERICKSON used rationally and with due Many people prefer to protect 6. What is a credit rating and ';
regard to certain Important their savings for a real emer- how important is it? 1
In the Heart of Cedar Hills guidelines.This gency and pay the extra costs of Your credit rating Is a per-
question and answer quiz borrowing the money. manent record of how well you
3619 Blanding Blvd.Ph.. 771-0170 may clear up In your mind some 3. If I decide to borrow the met your obligation to pay whenJ .
questions concerning credit and money, where can I get It? ever you used credit. Like your I
Its proper uses: There are several sources of' employment record, it follows
L How much Is It costing me cash credit Including banks,con- you wherever you go. It is important -
I QVVAL MOTOR'S to buy this item on credit? sumer finance companies and that your record be kept
Consider two factors here. credit unions. Most banks preferto clean because it Is available to
S'. I u w n One, what Is the difference between restrict personal loans pri- potential credit grantors every-
the cash price and the marily to their regular depositors. time you request credit from
Lnt .OEI J : total amount you will pay If you On the other hand, con- them. If you have a bad recordof
1I..e V'.I buy It "on time." The differenceIs sumer finance companies, oper- paying your bills, this will
the cost of credit. Two, could ating under state laws and super- show up in your credit rating and
r110YPS' 1dr vision, are In the business of could Influence a credit grantor
r making loans to Individuals.They to extend credit to you.
t CAN YOU require applicants to have agood 7. What If I have never used
1 credit rating, of course, but credit?
OPEMr TAKE YOUR CAR since they ]lend their own money Unfortunately, you will haven
L q roNx r WITH YOU? j and not that of depositors, they credit rating; nothing by which
r1NEWSED I for Financing Atid/n/ oronce I are permitted more latitude in the credit grantor can Judge you
'Stateside And Overseas, Co" making loans. Credit unions are as a credit risk. In this case he
DYER M. BURR private clubs that lend only to mayor may not extend you credit. _. ..
I represenrltflGOVEeNMENT members and are now availableto Many people, when they move to
CARS EMPLOYEES 1 the general public. a new community, apply at once
FINANCE CORPORATION/ 4. Does It cost a lot to borrow for a modest loan or for retail
/INTERNATIONAL AND SERVICE/ from a consumer! finance com- store credit and then pay on
I INSURANCE COMPANY 1 pany? schedule. In that way they quickly -
USED CARS SO CLEAN 5615 Tlmuguono R'
THEY THINK THEY'RE NEW pany charges are regulated by theYOU their new community.
8. When should Ibuy on Credit?
Only when you're sure that you
64 FORD.$2895 62 FORD. .. ...... $1595 can safely handle the monthly
4 Door Sedan, Auto.Trans., Station Wagon, Auto Trans. credit payments--that Is, in
R&H., V-8, Conditioned. R&H,.V-8. order to buy a product that will
62 FORD GALAXIE.$1695 CAN'TLOSE cost $25 "
you "only a month,
MONZA.. . ... $2195 '500', 2 Dr., Hardtop,Auto. make sure that you usually have
Convert., 4 Speed Trans., Trans., R&H, power steer. THISMONEYII at least $25 left over._
R&H, Real Sharp.
62 CHEVY II. ...... $1395
64 CHEVYIMPAIA.....$2695 2 Door, Standard Shift, !! INLET
2 Door., Hardtop., Auto. Radio & Heater.
Trans., R&H., Extra Clean. WET MARINAAND -,
62 FORO.$1395 ....it's in and
63 FORD. ..... $1795 Fairlane 500', 2 Dr. Auto. DRY BOAT

Station Wagon, Fairlane., Trans., R&H., Air Condition: o TRAVELERSCHEQUES STORAGE YARD
Standard shift, 6 Cyl. ed.
p MARINE
63 FORD. ..... $2195 62 INTERNATIONAL....$995 :
Station Wagon., Country Pickup Truck 'Scout', Stan WAYS .

Squire, V-8, Auto. Trans., dard Shift. Good Buy.
This kind of money Is Impossible to lose --- actually we
R&H, Power/steer., brakes. 61 CHEVy. .... $1195 mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers ..+!'
63 CHEVY. ..... $1795 Station Wagon, 4 Door, 6 Cheque issued to you. Best way there Is to carry money
2 Doorsedan,6Cyl.StandCyl.., Standard Shift, Radio when you're traveling.If : .

ard shift. & Heater. you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way---buy 1
Travelers Cheques from the Barnett.
EXPERT OUTBOARD REPAIRS
Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth. JOHNSON MERCURY
BANKING HOURS
r.. I s +C Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM .EZY &ROCKET TRAILERS
Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
*BOATS'*
t: ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS .--....
; w Phone Extension 8272 or 8273 "Brad" & TobyMBradfleld..

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

NAS FACILITY OFFICE ORANGE PAW
PHONE %649SEPTEMBER



;,



-- -- ..,,_.. -
--- -

r -,

PAGE JAX AIR NEWS SEPTEMBER 10, 1964

said that the basis of action should
Fear Is good Insane Instances, be love and not fear. Theoretically FRA-126
for It Is a motivating power that that Is true, but In practiceIt
causes you to make progress,but does not work out that way. Host
It should not be allowed to goun- There*are legitimate fears. Fear Birthday
such that It becomesso t'
trammeled
of to.seek
Ignorance causes you
devastating a factor as to pro- an education and fear of poverty Party DanceVice
duce failure. The problem Is not makes you work. Fear of disease
how to get rid of fear, but how motivates to
I you practice healthy
President and Activities
to use It properly. Someone has and
! sanitary living Chairman, Robert Boyd, announces -
.' I!" I!' ::: .c- : ....11 : ..no: ::: that preparations for the
annual FRA Branch 126 Birth-
day Party and Dance are pro- as ew fRk
gressing satisfactorily, and that
Need money help? shipmates and guests will havea

gala evening of fun becauseof ++ .,.. ..,,,..,....war
the untiring committee effortsto
please, "Hearing and seeingIs ,
.> believing," says the sage of
the Branch, Douglas Johnson '
"
"be there and find: out." .. /, '
,
Recapitulating a bit from last j--: 4- -. : ...

week's notes, the Birthday Par- ( ".I\I"< "'.'.
ty and Dance will be held at the k ': >' ,
..
.
"
'u"
new air-conditioned FRA Hall
7673 Blanding Blvd on the eve- CAPTION CUTIES continue as our contest picture for September
ning of September 12 starting is shown for the second week. $5 awaits the winning caption
at 9 p.m. Dress will be a coat for this picture, so jot down your ideas today and submit them
and tie affair, semi-formaL Mu- to: Editor, Jax Air News, Bldg. 1. NAS Jax.
sic will be furnished by combo
band leader Max and his celebrities -
a r: "The Blue Notes," who NARTU Holds
Trainingbetween
a, will keep the party dancing at

Calla for a lively pace, no matter whetherIt
=: be Pop, Swahili, or Fox Trot. the ages'of 17 and 26. special rating.In .
The Naval Air Reserve addition to the regular train-
new
Refreshments such as Ice, mix,
loan from HFC ill and snacks are on the house. "Weekend Warrior" comes from ing a twelve-man drill team was
Donations for this affair are civilian life to be trailed to think formed of volunteers, skilled in
r $2 per person. Contact Shipmate and act In the Navy way. precision military drill.
HFC's experienced military loan specialist will Boyd, 771-1614; Stoker, 771- During the training the recruit This drill team, practicing in
read you loud and clear. He understands the 0209; Branch Hall 771-9951; Is taught everything from how to their spare time, acquired high
servicemen's special money needs. When It comesto or contact the committee at the make a "rack" (bed) to basic degree of excellence and were requested -
a loan for paying bills, buying clothes or a door of the hall on September electricity before taking the step to appear in the Change
12. upward to the rate of airman. of Command held here August
better car, taking a leave-or for any good purpose -
Harry Dawson, former inhab- The last Ix weeks are designed 27th. For their outstanding per
-come to the man at HFC. to aid the new airman apprenticeIn
itant of Argentina, has returnedto formance the group was per
You can trust the company that's trusted by NATTC Jax for another tour becoming first an airman and sonally congratulated by RAdm.
more than 100,000 servicemen every year. You of Instructor duty at the AE later a petty officer, skilled In George P. Koch, Chief of Naval
can borrow with confidence from Household. schools. the technical requirements of a Air Reserve Training, who was
the principal speaker.
I Naval Air Reserve Activities
Borrow up to $GOO Rt&&wteentoi11tU MARK IE throughout the country conduct

Take up to 24 months to repayAsk 85-day training programs during
the summer


about credit life insurance SEE PAGE 12 AND ...,
r on loans at group rates YOU'LL KNOW WHY!
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
SEPTEMBER CLEARANCENO
Cedar Hills Shopping Center RIVERSIDE DOWN"AYMENT
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 dT
CHEVROLET MONTH TERMS
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Wm.CATLlN&SONSJ215MAIN .

.. "fF MFC"MFi"1 HF CEDAR HILLS ST. 3548521follow


k

r this map to your dream home > :


'
... featured in these I ,M a,, 't "'ww

INSPECTION Capt. CharlesW.
spacious 3 or 4 Pittman, Jr., NARTU CO, inspects
.p.
the 85-Day Recruit School

LARGE Bedroom HOMES 4 it drill team

4& rARE
e INTRODUCINGYOUR
PLENTY OF CLOSETS, 2 BATHS WITH VANITIES, i r e
PANELING CENTRAL HEAT. RIO FLORIDA ROOMS, o.'" oar' wu c NATIONWIDE AGENT
BREAKFAST BARS, FIREPLACES. ETC. SEVERAL FLOOR r J o
PLANS AND PRICED FROM ONLY d r r $ x g a


$79.00'. PER MONTH

J K .y
WHY NOT INSPECT sowv rus wueNts COAL a ,o ao sTafiatr i NA .

AND COMPARE TO CAY? ....L '- --+ /---tea "in wAV

v- DOUG-COOK.

854 N. Edgewood Ave.
O CECIL FIELD 10 MINUTES
3842556A

JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR SHOPPING CENTERSCHOOLSCHURCHES'STA MAN WHO CAN SAVE
ON 10 MINUTES ..- YOU TIME AND MONEYON
A All ADJACENT TO CONVENIENT IMPERIAL INSURANCEUATIONWIDE
'.. o ESTATES YOUR
"" CENTER OF TOWN 15 MIN.
immmI tA A
V.y Mutual Flrt Insurance Co
life Insurance Co Mutual Insurance Co.
LOR COPPEDGE. Broker I by COMET BUILDERS, Inc. SP1.3895 or PO -7756 Home Office;ColumbuS 0r ,

.


,,," ,J. -- -



--.- ..... -. ......--.-- -
.
L.. "V T .11_


I I
. SEPTEMBER 10, 1964 JA* AIR NEWS PAGES .


t d r 1 Brewery Plays Role. Korean Vets I


9 wr w jJ t v Take Heed To

'4 ,,. In U.S. Flag Making

VA. ProgramsDid
-
1 you know that a brewery more and citizens of the surrounding (;)
played an Important role In the countryside wanted it Nearly two of every five living -
q making of the flag that Inspired to be visible by the British from Korean Conflict veterans have
1 p8t Francis Scott Key to write "The any angle from which they might thus far taken advantage of. the
A Star-Spangled Banner" 150 years carry out their impending attack Korean GI Bill having completedor
ago this month. I Itfs' a fact I upon* Baltimore. being presently enrolled In
It was on a brewhouse floor Baltimore is celebrating the some form of educational or
that the stars were assembled on 150th anniversary of the writingof readjustment training, the Vet-
the 30' by 42' flag that was to "The Star-Spangled Banner" erans Administration said today.
k float bravely over Fort McHenry, with a series of events biggestof Latest available figures show
Md., the stirring morning of which Is a parade on Sunday there are approximately 5.6 .
Sept. 14, 1814, after all effortsof Sept. 13, past sites of severalof million Korean veterans listedin
i the British fleet to dislodge it the skirmishes in the famous the VA's monthly tabulation of -
: had failed. bank. "America's living veterans."
That momentous stand, largelyby and data furnished by_the VA's
an embattled citizenry, Included Department of Compensation,
the town's merchants, Pension and Education disclose
newspaper editors, printers, 2,385,100 have entered the GI
clerks, bankers and others, Bill schooling programs.A .
witnessed Frederick further breakdown of this
by Key, a ,
THE BANNER-Painted as a memorial to all fighting men who
Md., barrister, led to his com- second phase of the greatestmass
served the U. S. over the years, this painting depicts a little
posing "The Defense of FortMcHenry" educational program ever
known moment in the history of our country. That is, that on a a poem later to become undertaken in the free world --
brewery floor, partofthetaskofmakingthe Star-Spangled Bannerwas our national anthem. the GI Bills of World War II
carried out in a brewery by Mrs.Mary Pickersgill, her mother Under this bright banner, with and the Korean Conflict --show-
and daughter. In the painting is Commodore Joshua Barney, each of its stars measuring 24 i ed most of the former GIs chose

Col. George Armistead and Brig. Gen. John Stricker, heroes of' inches from point to point,Balti- education and training in crafts, f
the Battle of Ft. McHenry 150 years ago which led to the writingof more was to remain the only : -i trade and industry. Total in that
American that had was 582,000.
major seaport category
our country's anthem. The painting now hangs in Maryland
not had an enemy flag fly aboveit. Other categories Include: Business -
Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. (Photo courtesy Carling administration and man-

Brewing Company, Baltimore) The flag, much larger than agerial 275,000; Engineering w -
those flown today, has been madeimmense 187,000; Teaching 141,000;
on for Baltij I0' I- Medicine, dentistry, veterinarian -
purpose, GySgt.We Ward
....
Like Father Like Son 61,000 and Physical
'. ,.; r MAD PIGMoves and biological sciences 45,000.Of .
the 2.3 million trained
; 1,207,000 went to colleges, while
Holds True In MarinesMany ) }
,t; ,I To the remainder were trained in
r I ..:}' N\'.,,\,.":'. ,' Institutions below college level
I :\ I I' I.
of you have heard the old NATTU. GySgt. Boyd enlisted in if')/'t\ 'Z:1l ijJf1 t .:,:t..., 0. D.C. Duty correspondence schools, on-the-
saying "like father, like son." the Marine Corps in 1946 and : ', 'of. I f'A .l Job and on-the-farm train-
This old proverb holds true with served in Korea. I qr tfJ.,.,.II'':/( Gunnery Sergeant C. W. (Wes) ing.In
.two Marine Corps sergeants and His son, Pvt. Glenn B. Boydwas 'r; Z' / Ward has departed the Marine comparison the GI Bill for
their sons here at NAS. born in Memphis, Term., I.'I'v Aviation Detachment of NATTC World War II veterans' educa-
Sgt. Major John N. Ware is and has also followed his fatherto / v".fY'" to assume the duties of"Informational tion found 7.8 million veterans
currently serving as Detachment various stations. Pvt. Boyd // [HE GREATER MAN, Services Chief' at taking advantage of the benefits.
Sergeant Major, MAD, NATTC, graduated from Kailua High THE GREATER COURTESy Headquarters, Marine Corps, Some 15 million veterans of
NAS Jacksonville. He enlisted in School Hawaii and attended .ALFRED7 Washington, D. C. WW II are on the VA listing of
the Marine Corps In 1938. Northeast Mississippi Jr. Col- -- GySgt. Ward, was very activein living veterans while the Korean
His son, LCpl John B. Ware, lege for two years. Biggest 'Hot Line' many civic and military groups Conflict shows 5.6 million. .-
is at the present here on leaveen Young Boyd is a member of during his tour here and will
route for the 1st Marine DIvision the Marine Corps Reserve hereat be long remembered for the out- TNESC7REENCOMMITS
at Camp Pendleton, Calif. MARTD and Is currently on May be'Autovon'Washington standing contribution to the Chief \
LCpL Ware has followed( his his 6 months active duty. He is Petty Officers Club here at the
father to various duty stations.He at the present time undergoing (AFPS) -- Of the Naval Station In the position of
graduated from Camp Lejeune training at the Marine Mech- many "hot lines" the most important Vice President. THE PERFECT COMEDY.

High School Camp Lejeune,N.C anical Fundamentals School hereat one connects Washingtonwith Staff Sergeant Ed Batten, steps
But this is not all Now we NATTC. He Is going to Air- Moscow, but the biggest of into the spotlight as MAD's new
have the other sergeant, GySgt. craft Mechanics School in Mem- them all may very well be the Informational Services Chief, reporting -
James V. Boyd. He is currentlyan phis, which Is the same school Department of Defense's here from Camp Lejeune,
Instructor at AE School, his father went to in 1947. "Autovon." North Carolina. SSgt. Batten
Autovon connects most defense hol's a primary Specialty InMili-
installations in the United States, tary Construction, and an addi-
Panama and Europe by permit- tional MOS Public Information.
ting direct dialing to any poston Having served in both Public Information -
the circuit. and Construction type
Urgent military calls can be assignments. Batten, Jovialy ...'........
dialed directly through Autovon calls himself a "Ditch digging
a r lines with a minimum of time Public Relations man*. .
:' 4 s lapse and at greatly reduced I
costs. M IlIAISCw tdvo..no new
Air Force Help
Navy
BLAKE EDWARDS
s The system has been in operation PWOOUCIIOll
3'9N' for two and is entirely
years PETER ELKE
? i { t 7 separate systems. from civilian telephone Hurricane Cleo Victims SELLERS SOMMER

q, Under the Autovon system Washington (AFPSThe U&
If" :: +" _a each military post is given a code Air Force and Navy helped vic-
number that is listed in special tims of Hurricane Cleo In Haiti
Autovon directory.The and the French Island of
'- J code number and the extension Guadalupe to begin anew by delIvering -
a
-MARINE FAMILY. (L to R) LCpl John Ware; Pvt. Glenn B. are given to a post op- urgently needed suppliesof
erator who the call into a food, clothing and medicine In
Boyd; Sergeant Major John Ware; and GySgt. James V. Boud. places
the wake of one of the most
switch-
Autovon
(USMC Photo by SSgt. Ed Batten) special regional
vicious in
-- ing center. The call then goes storms years.
Hurricane. standing by on an emergency from there to any phone on the The supplies, Including clothIng ICOLORwOeLUXEI PWYISIOlfl
(Continued from Page 5)) basis. Stretcher patients were Autovon network. blankets, tarpaulins and beds
TOO ARTISTS
be found between the sturdy walls. moved to more permanent-type Prior to Autovon. long dis- were provided by relief servicesIn ruse flJ
Buildings 710 and 711 were buildings.The tance calls were dialed directlyto the United States. STARTSFRIDAY
opened to dependents for shelter big question now is: Were the military post desired Hurricane victims in Haiti and '. -
from the expected winds. These all these long hours of prepara- through civilian operators.Now Guadalupe were aided by Air
buildings normally serve as tion sufficient to withstand the with no competition for Force planes and Navy helicopters. .11CENTER
overflow BOQs.At winds of Dora? The answer to priority with civilian calls, Auto- The helicopters were from
the Naval Hospital, avail that question will be apparent von users have a super "hot the USS Fort Snelling and the .

Corpsmeaand doctors were ,. .when this.paper.bits .the.streets.. line" at their disposal .USS.IJQ'cex.? .. .... ............... ._._. .,.,_. .1\.>.. . ... . .



---.-.----..
------- ..
-- L
-
-
-
- -- -
i-----

6 JAX AIR NEWS SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
----- --
-

Acey Ducey Club Bluejacket's Inn CPO Club MoviesMovies "0" Club


Thursday, September 10 Doins Thursday, September 10 will shown regularlyat Thursday, September 10

Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m. Happy Hour 7 p. m. Monday through Sat- Happy Hour 3:30.6 p.m.

Friday, September 11 Thursday, September 10 Friday, September 11 urday.NATTC will have two feature Friday, September 11

March Wilson and the Redcoats Band to be Announced Dance to Phil Cay times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. on Happy Hour 3:30.6 p.m.
The hos- Dinner
Saturdays and Sundays. 6-9 p.m.
8:30.12:30: a.m. Friday, September 11 Saturday, September 12 pital will have one feature on Charlie Jay 8-12 "a.m.

Phil Cay and the Chantels 8- Dance to Charlie Jay Sunday's at 7 p. m.
12 a. m. The Mainside theatre will stay
Saturday, September 12 Sunday, September 13 the same except for the even- Saturday, September 12
ing feature which will begin at
Marc Castle 8:3012:30: a.m. Saturday, September 12 Dance to Mark Castle Dinner 6 9:30
7:30 p. m. These are subject to p.m.
Sunday, September 13 Band to be Announced Monday, September 14 change. Johnny Jelnick 8:30-12:3O..m.

Game Night 5:30 7:30 p.m. Pizza NightTuesday Thursday, September 10 Sunday, September 13
Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:30 Sunday, September 13 Buffet 6-9 Prime Ribs of
.. September 15 Mainside Operation Bikini p.m.
11:30 Band to be Announced
p.m.Monday Happy HoorWednesdsy Tab Hunter, Frankie Avalon Beef, Steamship round
NATTC Bramble Bush Rich-
SeptemBer 14 Monday, September 14 September 16 ard Burton, Barbara Rush
Hospital Stop Train 349 -Jose Monday, September 14
Pizza 2 for 1 Night Dance to Playboys
Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m.
Ferrer Sean
Flynn
Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
Tuesday, September 15 Tuesday, September 15 Friday, September 11 Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buffet.

Game Night 7:30.9:30 p.m. Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. USO Notes Mainside One Eyed Jacks Tuesday, September 15

Wednesday, September 16 Wednesday, September 16 Thursday, September 10 Marlon Brando, Karl Maiden Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
Game Night 8 m. NATTC Operation Bikini Dinner 6-9 p.m. (French)
Movies Sports, outdoor-8p.m. p.
Homemade Goodies Night Tab Hunter, Frankie Avalon
Wednesday, September 16
Hospital Bramble BushRich-
Friday, September 11
ard Burton, Barbara Rush Happy Hour 3:30.6 p.m.
Back to School Hop 8-11 p.m.
clJ@lJ ji) Saturday, September 12 Family Night 6-9 p.m.
12 Fried Chicken
Saturday, September Mainside For Those Who Think

CEIHChevrolet' Boy Meets Girl Night Tiffin YoungJamesDarrenPamela NOTE: The Pool ''Patio is

. r. Sunday, September 13 NATTC One Eyed JacksMar- closed for the season.
South Jacksonville Presbyterian lon Brando, Karl Malden
Hospital Operation Bikini Tab
Monday, September 14 Hunter, Frankie Avalon FRA 91
Join the Boys 8-11 p.m.
September 13
Sunday
Tuesday, September 15 Fleet Reserve Club 91 will
CHEVROLET in Jacksonville Mainside California Jock Ma- have a Bar-B-Que din-
USO Jr. Volunteer Party at NAS
honey, Faith Domergue ner at the club at 8554 Roose-
DOWNTOWN- Hospital NATTC For Those Who Think velt Blvd.on Saturday,September
924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE Wednesdsy, September 16 YoungJames Darren Pamela 12 from 5 to 8 p.m. All Ship-
Tiffin mates of Branch 91 are Invitedto
Disc Jockey Show 8-11 p.m. One Jacks -
Hospital Eyed attend and bring your guests.
Marlon Brando, Karl Maiden Due to school starting and the
SAVE $$$$ SAVE
Monday, September 14 teenagers having to get squared
CUSTOM FITTED1DRAPES 1 Mainside The World Of Henry away with school matters for the
l 1 i Orient Peter Sellers, Paula coming year, the regular Sunday
Premiss "Teen-Agers Dance" will be

"OUR SPECIALTY" NATTC California -Jock"_Mahoney cancelled until further notice.
Faith Domergue
W Hospital For Those Who Think
Young -James Darren,Pamela CAREER
rn SOFA AND CHAIRWith Tiffin OPPORTUNITYBEING

Tuesday, September 15 RELEASED FROM

CJ Mainside Goliath and the Bar- ACTIVE DUTY THIS YEAR?
YOUR CHOICE OF FABRIC & COLOR TO SUIT -
THE DECOR PLUS FAST SERVICE 5\ > barians Steve Reeves, Chelo Prestige national corpora-
4 r., < Alonso lion offers good starting
4 -- m salary, plus bonus to
384-4558 NATTC The World of Henry past
-j;"___ ..--""'" Orient Peter Sellers, Paula USN officer having recently -
UJ 'M Premiss served at one of local
> Hospital California Jock Mahoney Navy Installations. No travel -
C Faith Domergue extensive training and

COUJ r a STANDARD Wednesday, September 16 office provided.

SIZE Mainside Master of the World- Position will be discussedby
4 r D Vincent Price, Charles Bronson preliminary phone
4 < NATTC Goliath and the Bar- interview.
ITI barians Steve Reeves, Chelo CALL 353-9718
Alonso
.. Hospital The World of Henry 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Orient Peter Sellers, Paula
Premiss
+4
CO -------- ---- -----
We Guarantee Our Work rI I

I ",....,.."... "- I II
22 Years of Experience in up. 'LET : VtsA I
4 holstering, you can be sure'of I' r C CENTRAL OR
quality workmaii' .hipSatisfactiois x'' t, .
is relayed: through many 89 0 0 m I I GATOR LANES.I I

satisfied customers. .
I I II
UJCO FREE Pickup and DeliveryService 1838 CASSAT AVENUE Phone EV 4.4556
> Easy Terms-,.f Desired I 4316 BRENTWOOD AVE. Phone RO 8.2595
C at no extra cost to first
Call Day or Night. Due November.paymentyou. I 24 Newly modernized lanes Fully conditioned II

LEROY HEMINGWAYUPHOLSTERING C/J I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities
> Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work
< BRING THIS
m I FOR ONE COUPON FREE GAME I

: I WITH TWO PAID GAMES ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE.

r I I WINTER LEAGUES NOW FORMING: I II
Q 855STOCKTON STREET PHONE384-4558 I REGISTER NOW BEFORE IT'STOO LATE! I
I
CO I

SAVE $$$$ SAVE $$$$ SAVE $$$$ SAVE $$$$ J ------.---j =- !J



-- -- -- ---- -- -- -. -- -- -- -- -- -- -
: = : : .. .: --.J- -



10, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7



Ribault Principal Fleet Reserve IJvil Servioo


.: .I::: -: '

Reveals Teaching Club 91 Openings S :: : : .


Positions 8554 Roosevelt Blvd.
OpenedMr. Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

Thursday, September 10 Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Pizza Night Listed below are announce- Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
ments of examinations open for too late for this deadline will be published the fol-
Coke L. Barr, principalof Friday, September 11 job opportunities at the U. S. lowing week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .
the Ribault Senior High School Naval Air Station Jacksonville, check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be'
Hour 4-5
has extended the opportunity for Happy p.m. Florida and other Naval activi- received WITH the copy for the ad.

Navy Wives or retired military ties In the Jacksonville, Florida DO NOT SEND CASH.

personnel to apply for several area. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00
teaching positions now open at his Engineer. GS-5 through GS-12 Per additional line ((4 words per line); . 35
school Saturday, September 12 ((6 options) $5650 to 9980 aataas I
Bar-B-Que Chicken Dinner Photo Transfer Metal $2.84
5-8 p.m. Instrument Mechanic (General) WANTED RIDES leaving for FOR SALE Inc. Prop. duplex i
Anyone with a college degree 13 $2.91 SAN DIEGO Sept. 15. Call Chief 3-plex, 4-plex 3 mL NAS.$115 i
(any degree) is eligible for full- Sunday, September Instrumental MechanlcMe-( Bibles ext 8541 or 3873749. mo. Owner 771-8697.
time employment as a Music. Closed chanlcal) $2.91
Mathematics, or Girls' Physical Instrument Mechanic (electrical) PUBLIC NOTICE r(\

Education teacher. People with $ FREIGHT SALVAGE FURN APTS 557 Oak, Studio .
college credits but no degree may 14 Aircraft Instrument Mechanic Scratched In Shipment apt. $45 mo. 4; 3 rm apt. I
Monday September
be able to qualify as part-time or $ SEWING MACHINES $50 mo. 6 clean & comf. I
substitute teachers.If Happy Hour 4-5 p.m. Aircraft Instrument Mechanic Three ((3)) Brand New AutomaticZIg EV 89886. '

:I Tuesday, September 15 Electronic . . $2.91 Zags, makes button holes,
'Electroplater $2.73 fancy designs, etc. $49.00 cashor
anyone is interested in teaching Shuffle Board Tournament Heat Treater . $2.73 $8.00 per month terms.Original FOR SALE 4 BR 2 B, fam
at Ribault Senior High, they Aircraft Engine Mechanic$2.84 guarantee. Free Home Inspection room, Fla rm, breakfast rm,
may contact Mr. Barr at Wednesday, September 16 Aircraft Painter . $2.84 No Obligation.Call 353- sep DR an gar, cent heat &
PO 4-0546.() Happy Hour 4-5 p.m. Electric Accounting Machine 1946 Warehouse Night or Day. A/C, garb dlspdishwasher.2634Hugh
Oper., GS3 $4005. Edwards; Dr., Hyde Park
Welder (Aircraft) A .$2.84 area.
Electronics Mechanic Maintenance -
( FREE MAPS and AAA infor-
$2.91
) mation. Special attention to Navy.
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE Alphabetic Card Punch Operator, Call 7811277. LAKE STORE furn apt 2 rm.

AND THE BEACHES GS-3 $4005. prlv ent, utll (urn, $45 mo. conv
Sewage Disposal Plant Operator to NAS & bus. 3894275.

. . . . $2..61 ACADEMY"-
"JEAN'S DANCE
momo Supervisory Digital Computer Hula, ballet, jazz, mechanical
Programmer, GS-11 & Digital modelling, tap and baton.. Venetia 5148 101 St ((off Ort Farms
Computer Programmer: GS-9 Wescoimett, Bell Air. EV 4- Blvd at Tim Rd) house part furn,
$7220. to 8650. 3055 & SP 15464. Ig kit eqp, 1 BR, den. LR, Bath
Professional Nurse, GS-6' & scr pch, water (urn, no pets.
GS-7 5505. to 6050. SP 1-2377.350 mo.
Student GS-2 3 &4
Trainee
,
FURN APT 2 BR conv. to NAS
3680. to 4480. & Cecil Call 387-2851 after 6
Full details regarding the p.m. weekdays. Any time week-
duties, requirements, etc., of ends. PUBLIC NOTICE
examinations listed here and appropriate FREIGHT SALVAGE
mrrm application forms may Scratched In Shipment
FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) obtained
be from the civil ser- LAKE FRONT COTTAGE, CBP VACUUM CLEANERS
vice representative at the Boardof with 2 furn. Four ((4)) Brand New, has all the
I WE FINANCE s:,ANYONE,.:IN,THE U.S.N. U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Call Walter approx.Bowen-Charter acres.Comp Real attachments for cleaning rugs,
in IRD Bldg. 907 from Estate 387-6511 or 387-285L floors, dusting, spray gun for
NOTHING DOWN, .EASY PAYMENTS 730 until 1200 afternoons by waxing or palming etc. $15.00
**" <..." **. \. appointment.The Cash. Original Guarantee.. Free

3 BEDROOM HOME Close to Home Inspection No Obligation.Call .
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM NAS. $50 down $50 month. Call 353-1946 Warehouse Night
secret of contentment Is Art Powell, USN, Retd. withCol- or Day
I 100% DUPONT NYLON TUBELESS knowing how to enjoy what you mery-Wilkinson Realtors. 264-
have and to be able to lose 6144 353-367L
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing or
all desire for things.
36 Months Rood Hazard Guarantee
76.95 1 FREE UNFURN APT. FOR RENT
750 I 14 3 FOR
800 I 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE I wouldn't mind the govern- TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 6085 Bland Ing Blvd. Deluxe apt., 3BR,
850 I 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE ment living beyond its incomeIf Townsend Rd. Free local haul- kit equip. 3 mL NAS. $115 ma

900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE it wasn't living beyond mine Ing. SP 1-6188 after 6 p.m. Owner 771-8697.. .- .
600 I 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE too. '
650 I 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE 1'OIGE 16 iHt= ACT OFRAIGING of CHRIST
670z15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE CHURCH
> THE EEYEBJWG
710 I 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE 5223 WESCONNETT BLVD.
760 X 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE >ATW0 THAN THE NEAR NAS
820 I 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE RooF JUST OFF TIMUQUAN/VRO.

,, SUNDAYS:
+' "" '/ '
i 8tACK 750 i.14SW : :. :
Vii 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSIIIP
tVJ'E. '> TUBELESS 1i
: T.YrE!-.-- >,' ,... ? 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP

"00.'i P"' .t",' '''t w 1. ,I.. .... ;, I '..12 9S. l(!) (! .- 7:00: P.WEDNESDAYS M. EVENING SERVICE
Tax : plus Tax :
plUi
A .
(
U.,""- .''f, -e.t.""..., !Jl> ..\'.. .., .a-,. ....,.'.,f'I. ..* .. ,.' ', ... ., 4727 San Juan e' ., 'I; 7:30 P.M., MID-WEEK SERVICE
Phone 384-5852 '
.
.. ; ;II CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075
REBUILD 2 BALL JOINTS ... "" MINISTER PHONE SP 12646
ALIGNMENT PLUS PARTS & LABOR $17.95 MON., TUES., WED. Only "aP... _
FREE HAIR CUT with each
2 SHOCKS LABOR & PARTS 12.95
PARK
$2.50 Shampoo & Stt. ORANGE

BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95 THURS. is Complete Color 8 MIN. FROM NAS'

WHEEL BALANCE .99 Day Only $5.QO BEDROOM BATH HOMES

WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3.99 FOR SALE
Vt1O APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
TUNE UPBIG 4.95 OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS DOCK AND, WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES

BY APPOINTMENT NO DOWN PAYMENT

CHIEF TIRE CO. JACKIE WILUAMS-Fofmerly $15,500-$85.00 MO.
of Jackie Salon, Blending

544 NORMANDY *20.1 ROOSEVELT 2809 MAY PORT ROAD Blvd. BILL DONNELLPHONE
SPECIALIST IN CUTTING
CH 64825 1612 ROBINETTE DR. TRADEJSEPTEMBER
EV 4-4631 WE
EV 9-0388 NATURALLY CURLY HAIR. EL 3.0700



-'- -'-'.- --
-

:. i. . -- 'iii'I' .. -' ,, _... JOI"'. ....''"''.- '.

I 8"C

PAGE! JAX AIR NEWS SEPTEMBER 10, 1964

.,
During his long career, Chief gjtrLL of transfers. A nominal sum is
Chief Melillo Melillo served on a varietyof : Navy Wives charged for a deposit. Contact
ships and stations, ranging Mrs. Maul, 1006 Barln St., a-
Retires After from anti-submarine warfare operations board NAS Jax, If you wish the
en the island of Guam Club # 86 loan of a hospitality box.
and in the USS Bairoko in the Mrs. Earl Snyder, the Not New
21 Yrs. Duty '50's to Search and Rescue Cur- r: chairman, reported that donations -
rier, Personnel Transportation The members of the Navy had been sent to the Foster -
and Reconnaissance.His Wives Club Jax #86 held their Parent Plan, the Duval Med-
ChIef Carmen Melillo Chief long list of medals and business meeting at their clubhouse ical Center and the Navy Wives
Avlftttoa Electronics Technician, commendations includes the WWII on 716 Enterprise Drive Scholarship fund from the pro-
F A W-I retired from active duty Victory Medal the KoreanService Wednesday night Sept. 2. Mrs. ceeds of the Not New Shop's
Sept. 1 with over 21 years Medal and area campaign r Wilbert Wagner, president, was sales this,'month. Mrs. Snyderand
service medals from nearly all cornersof : elected delegate to the National her co-chairman, Mrs.
In ceremonies conducted at the globe. He has been a Chief Convention to be held October James Bradstreet, are open for
the headquarters of FAW-11, Aviation Electronics Technician 10.17, at Alameda, Calif. business every Tuesday at the Not
Chief MelUlJo was piped over the since 1961. Mrs. Kendall Kerns was elect- New Shop In bldg. 916.
side by his fellow chiefs and was Chief Melillols is married to RETIRING-Capt. A. C. COlon, ed as alternate. The members voted on the
'1 congratulated by Capt. A. C.Casm. the former Miss Maxine Gladys CO FAW-11, presents Carmen Mrs. Henry Wernet was hon- by-laws revisions to the
..... CO FAW-1L Kep of Paterson, New Jersey. Millilo, Chief Aviation Electronics ored by the club by being granted National by-laws under the
Technician, with his retirement a life membership in the Navy chairmanship of Mrs. Conly
papers as Mrs. Melillo, and the Wives Club Jax #86. Mrs. Wer Ownby, Parliamentarian. Mrs.
ALL CARS LISTED $$10.00 DOWN two children look on. (Official net is the immediate past pres- Thomas Bennett and Mrs. James
Navy Photo) ident for two years and Is now Franklin were the other membersof
the Navy Wives National the revisions committee.

60 Ford 4 Door. . . . S 48 MO. Pin Chairman.The Plans were made for a lunch-
chaplain Mrs. Kerns, reported eon to be at noon Sept. 10 at
59 Ford Galaxie . . . $$46 MO. that 12 more kits had the clubhouse. It will be a covered -
\\l1H (tZEO O LUW -
58 Impala Std. Shift. . . $42 MO. been donated to the Red Crossat dish luncheon free to mem-
fI' lf I, the Naval Hospital contain- bers and guest, under the chair-
57 Chevy. Convert. . . S 42 MO. I ." ing shaving and toilet articles, manship of Mrs. Evelyn Lutz
rlid "Stitt' and be used and Mrs. Luanne Plans
plus slippers to Yeager.
pen
58 Pontiac Std. Shift. . . S 34 MO.
Rufus II. Merlwether, Owner by the patients In emergencycases. were made for a bake sale to be
58 Olds. Super 88'. . . C 28 MO. This Is a total of 25 held aboard NAS early Friday -
MANY KIND the club has donated In the past Sept. 25, with Mrs. Harvy
ALL KINDS OF FINANCING.
THANKSFOR month. Mrs. Kerns was assisted Brannon and Mrs. James Wea-
CHECK YOUR CREDIT BY PHONE
by Mrs. Larry Burgess. Mrs. ver as cochairman.Next .
PLENTY OF GOOD TRANSPORTATION CARS YOURPATRONAGE Kerns held a hospital ward par- meeting of the Navy Wives
.. ty last Thursday at the Naval Club #86 will be a notified bus-
I Free Tank Gas I You
Of Only If Mention This Ad. Hospital The homemade cookIes iness meeting at 7:30 p.m. Sept.
Auto Parts & Accessories were made by Mrs. William 16 In the clubhouse. All Navy,
24 MONTHS TO PAY MAKE YOUR TERMS Stoves .TV's Brown, Mrs. Gregg Lucas and Marine and Coast Guard enlisted -
Bicycles Washers Mrs. Anthony Skipper. men's wives are Invited to at-
Dryers Mrs. Royce Maul, hospitality tend.
11H Catalina Refrigerators chairman, reported the club has
received many new Items for the APATHY\ NEAR
ORANGE PARK PLAZA hsopitallty boxes. These boxes WASTED EECEP: r
S S PHONE 264.6063 are available for the use of the W :NyTo GIVE
|\: Navy personnel until their own YOU 6eL .
-. household_goods arrive In time



TOO MANY BILLS?' ;'..


COME IN TODAY AND LET US

.
HELP YOU COMBINE ALL THESEWORRISOME.MONTHLYPAYMENTS


-

INTO P A

.
M W7M 1-.Y'

ONE IInt. cEM--<



Rate -1% per mo oil unpaid balance. 0ADT. '


WITH
OF MONTHLY PAYMENT .
YOUR

LOAN 12 18 24 A


200 11.11 12.20 9.42

300 26.66 18.30 Ij.18 .,
00 35.54 24.39 18.83

500 44.43 30.49 23.54 0

600 53.31 36.59 28.24 : ..
100 62.19 42.69 32.95


Payment included interest and principle.

.

JAX NAVYMAINSIQEOFFICE FEDERAL :




.( CREDIT UNION {!G1flF..FROMUS1!




PHONE !9-7711

, ., :, .,.'.'...... .... .. .. ..... ? '" EXT oiV or 8508,
. -
I ,
I I



ISEPTEMBER 10, 1964

.. u_ __ ___JAX____ _AIR___ __NEWS____ PAGE 9

Crew but from what rye seen they --Quote of the Weelr
FOR Sea CadetsSponsored
don't look like too much. I
think dental care should be extended -

to the service man's dependents "While we: strive; for justice among
Views as well as the military By
man himself. '' our own citizens;: we are working for

G. S. Curtis, r' peace among nations"; -W. Averell

According to a recent statement' SMC, NAS OOD' Navy LeagueThe Harriman under secretary of State

by President' Johnson, he advo Office --- I thirf ( Political Affairs) in an address to

cates the increasing importanceo there should be 4 Franklin D. Roosevelt Sea the National Bar Association.THIS .
more and better a Cadet Squadron sponsoredby the X -Jed
/ 'the role of the military' man
housing, such a* Jacksonville Council of the Navy
nation's efforts
in (the 'toward the
MayportNav.1 League and supported by NARTU
peace and has directed a speedup al .
already Jax is composed of men
on reviews being conducted has at it's permanent station. between the ages of young 14 and 17.
on military' housing, medical' Dental care for dependents anda Training given the cadetsis t. .WO rJl\] \ AUto 'PAR1S t

care, pay, allowances, etc.' Our continuing review of the mil- based on the Navy airman .
question this week is: itary pay scales with the annual training program. The program
As a military' man what'changes pay raises like the GS workers includes instruction in military
would' you like 'to see brought enjoy would be another majorarea. drilling, swimming life saving, THIS WEEKS SPECIAL-- 00- t

about 'through 'this review? survival, leadership, and other I MODEL TACHOMETER S 18 I
M. N. Carroll, subjects dealing with sea and air 4072 '
Malcolm Young,I SN, NAS Tel. training. ,

., YN2, NAS Personnel Military -! ephone Office -- Each year the Sea Cadets spend COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ,.
I think the rent two weeks during the summer on ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES
. OfficeI would! r ?J for Navy housing cruise. this ,
a training During ,
de"l i&t COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
like
to see
f''t: Is far too much for time they may take orientation
. pendent dental| ilt what one has to flights In Naval aircraft cruise ,
added tC'.f > "' y OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30 PM
care \ live In. I don't
aboard a Naval ship.At .
our medical ben think the recent pay raise was the Annual Military Inspec- SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
t
a fits, because dental care Is a ma- worth all the trouble the govern- tion of NARTU the Sea Cadetsare WOODY McCULLERS USN RET.
jor expense to a married man ment went to it.
' through get inspected by the Chief of
with dependents. I also believe that dependents Naval Air Reserve Training who 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1700 HIGHWAY 17
- H. M. Capell| should get dental care. Especially commands all the Naval Air Re- I JACKSONVILLE lO.FLA. ORANGE PARK, FLA. ,
SA, NAS Military the enlisted man, because serve activities throughout the PH. 388-8031 387-7031 Ph. 264-9513&364-9SM:

.I. Personnel they don't make enough to cover nation. OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD.
Office --- From this major expense. I don't think For information on the Sea JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ph.725r8644&7258645YOU'LL f
my observation I IS ll that the medical care for the enlisted Cadet program write the Naval

feel that the! personnel is very adequate.Not Air Reserve Training Unit, U. S.

.. pay allowances enough time Is spent In the Naval Air Station Jacksonville

, given to military preliminary diagnosis, treat- 12, Florida, or phone EV9-7711.
.. personnel are very inade ment and care of the patients. ext. 458.league tli
.. quate. The scale of living today .
is extremely high in proportion

_ to the nominal allowances givento
Swecker t
the service man. A more sat- /M.
at the Florida National
'
isfactory balance must be made (Continued from Page 1)) Bank and the Atlantic Coast Line
fo demands of
satisfy today's tutorage, other skills have been Building. He has sold several
living costs.EibacbJ self-taught as Swecker feels that paintings through these exhibits
Joseph he learns something new every- and to other interested indivi
DC2 NAS NEC
/ time he picks up a brush. Most duals. This fall he will have
Office --- Instead! ,
J tf of his work is in realism art paintings in the showing at the
of duplex housing!' \ og and consist of oils on velvet. Governor's mansion atTallahassee. -
-.f
they should bare \t: '., He has taken part in several Plans for the future con-
single housing in ?. ** i-v local and statewide showings including sist mainly of the desire to holda
-
accordance with I v annual exhibits of the showing of his work exclusively.
the family. MedLW

ical care is pretty good except 1 ;)..ti'41j1K'i 1
when it comes to the dental care ....... COUPON .......

much for the needed.dependents The which recent is very pay : BECAUSE OF THE DEMAND : i

raise halped a little, but not that
much. (Absolutely Last Chance) .

..
-------------- .
R. W. Brown,I I _

SN, ComFairJax n .. 1:;(; "{SS/3SBI;;; :: 1 BRING THIS COUPON .:& r.J.::: d: .
Yard Mail --- :.w' '\ I -.J L'' .
-------------- $
I thick everyone]r tff.>> .' 1o: :" :
.
.
under two ('j (,:"r FP'
should bave years been! 'I' ,I

included in the" b i ;; r,I I" S 95 .
.
past military pay! i\ I : .

raises. Pm single and my pay Special mild permanent I'' CHEER TOO !
really has to be stretched to for students in Duval .
meet my present needs. About
schools.
Navy housing I can't really say, County I WHE& YOU BUYBELLAIR
. .
.
This is your complete price. No extra hidden cost. .

a, Let Us Select Your Stylist. You Save $5.05 .

i .: i ::n:::?[ :$ >. : .
,;I'-07.y..Y y. S
( -= Y.Y" :: y
.
.

ES! .. -.. COUPON VOID SEPT. 17 ..


FOR MOTHER Schools

'if JEAN'S $795 Churches

c&insuranc/buy H y WAVE '., ,, Streetlights
famous low rates .. .. you save: .
i ...t reg $15.00 $7.05! j Sidewalks
and top service. .
Kitchen equipped

Contact roe todtyllc : BERNARD'S HAIR STYLING : From $10,900 to $13,000BELLAIR

f 10ELUTE ((1)) SPRINGFIELD........(Formerly Franco Stylists) 355"-0522 .
lc ((2)) CEDAR HILLS..Cedar Hills Shopping Center 771-5510 .
((3)) NORMANDY..Across from Atlantic Mills 387-1111
.
T.. ((4)) SOUTHSIDE..Philips Hwy. Plaza................359-2879 .
I Phone 771-6400 ((5))ARLINGTON.............. 7-11 Center..124.1460. .
3811 ---SPECIAL -
-
BlandinLBlv
STATE FARM ..- I FROSTING OR TIPPING Reg. IS'.OO $9.95 I.
....ar.rus...arwa.rI. .. : SOUTH BLAN DING ON LEFT
... uu w
DNae.

.. . ..... '.'" rri. -.. ....- -.... ._ _... .. .- .A.. ... ..... .. e. .- ...- .. .. __.. ., ...__S. ... ... ..'.. . ..... . .. .. ..... . .. .. .. . . .. . .



-- .- .,--.-
-- -- ----- -- .
.. "
----- .. -'


r 10 JAX AI--: :: SEPTEMBER 10, 1964TWOSTAR



flCEUR CapturesIronmunSports HAS



Honor


Flea Intelligence Center Europe has captured the coveted: Iron
Admiral Yeager Hails 1964 Man Trophy for the 1964 Spring Intramural Sports season. ThIstI'qby
is presented: to that unit aboard NAS lax which compiles thegreatest
number of intramural points during,a.particular season.
All Navy Softball TourneyRear For the first half of the year the four major sports, worth 1000
points each to the champions, were basketball, bowling golf, and
softban. The remainirg two sports track and swimming offered 500
Admiral Howard A. Yeager of Salina. Kan., the Navy's rank- points to the winners. g gfengmnni
M tog officer In the Midwest, today hailed the"great value that sports The Iron Man race this year
cootribase to the morale and physical fitness of our Navy" is calling went right down to the wire with
attention to the All-Navy Softball Tournament scheduled in September VP-5 Wand FCEUR incawJon
r at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes UL tin the last day. The
...Il4 The two-star admiral who Is
three
Lakes., Illinois. It win be a final standings of the top
HURlER fcAdm. Commandant of the 9th Naval units
were
special privilege to have so many :
Howard (Rod) ..-, one of the District with headquarters at fine athletes from throughout the FCEUR . ... 3000
Navy's biggest boosters physical Great Lifers was atop high Navy gathered in friendly competition VPS . ... 2950
fitness, will Iou out Ihe first school athlete In Topeka and at our Navy's largest VP-30 :. . . 2800
Salina Kan and Is mld- 's
a FCEUR took the championshipin
ball Sept. 10, for the opening of inland training center.:
the All-Navy SoMwHtournameni. golfer today.He "As.sports participant Inmy two of the major sports: h
addressed this message to youth and a golf enthusiast today.I basketball and Softball. Captur- ?
WASHINGTON the more than 150 Navy officers have always taken a great personal ing both of these required: the
and enlisted men scheduled to Interest In nthlrricx.Iknow greatest of team efforts and

ESTATES converge on the Great Lakes the great value that sports contribute there were many outstanding Individual iRONMAN TROPHY WNNERSCopL
Naval Training Center from to the morale and physical players;however, three -
MEW BEDROOM BATH J. R.McGrcrih CO of NAS,
throughout the Navy to play In fitness of mr Navy particularly players did star on both
Brick C Concrete I9Cklio *$ the North Atlantic regional Softball through such outstanding championship teams. They were ((2nd from left) presents the NAS
Tournament from Sept. 1-5 events as this softball tourna Bobby Warner PN3 Chuck Austin Ironman Trophy to Copl. H. F.
AS.LOW AS $350 DOWN and in the AH-Navy Softball meur.lbcreforeftglnsmegreupleasure : DMSN and Fred flumes McCue. CO of FICEUR.((2nd from
$60. PER MONTHPHOHE7687718 Tournament from Sept. 10-14: to welcome an of you MA3L At the time of the presentation right as Fred Humes, MA3 (far
:> "It is a pleasure for me to on this occasion. Warner was with the 6ND left) and Check Austin DMSN
or 765-1296 greet each of yen scheduled to "Good luck and I know that I Softball team and not available (far right) look on. (Navy Photo
take pan In the 1964 All-Navy can count on each of to give for pictures.
, DOSTIE BUILDERS you by Jim; Pat d. PHAN)
and Norm Atlantic RegionalSoft- your team and the Navy your FCEUR was able to capture
)011) RIBAULT SCENIC DRIVE ball Tournaments at the U. S. best-whether It is on the Field the sought-after'tropby with only In Intramural Basketball the
t Naval Training Center. Great of sport or in the great struggle some 135 officers and men. This battle was between the VP-5
for peace." was a repeat performance: for the Mad Foxes and FCEUR for the
I command which arrived less title while in Softball the battle
POWELL PLYMOUTH ..>> SportsShorts than a year ago from Port was between the VP-30 Black-

, IS LEADING THE WAY WITH Lyautey, Morocco. While in birds and FICEUR.:
Morocco FCEUR won the Iron Each time FICEUR managed to
The start of the Intramural Man for the entire 1963 intramural overpower their "mighty" opponents -
Volleyball will be delayed until sports season. and come out with a well
REDDEALS about the 28th of September to Almost everytime the earned victory.
interior construction now being championship of an Intramural NARTU the last recipient of
performed by Public Works Dept.on sport was being decided.It seem- the coveted Iran award placed
the Maimide Gymnasium. ed like two of the top three fifth In the team standings but was
deadline for entries In the league Ironman contenders were battling some 1400 points behind the first
has been set as September 18. it out for the honors.ROOSEVELT place FCEUR command.

.
\ *

An organizational meeting on Intramural Jackson Thomas & Burgess
,, Tennis will be held in ,
the Maimide Gym September 16,

I, at 9:30 a.*m. Star As IN Season Opens


{ It Is hoped that an invitational The first week of play In the Naval Air Station's Fall Intramural !
,track and field meet can be setup Football Sports Program got underway the 31st of August with seven
In the near future. Dates and games being played during the week. ______
details have not been worked out Don Jackson, of Communications TDs In NARTirs victory over
as yet and more information will seems to be taking the Air Force 679th.
be available at a later date.
form and that
passing prowess The results of last weeks action
PM be displayed last season as be are:
connected with many passes to VP-45-6. VP-18--0
PRICES START AT Intramural ping Done tennis. lead his team mates In Communications MARTD 24, FCEUR 6
' and handball leagues
will be
> 14-0 victory over the V VAP-62 7. OtR 6
starting In the near future and
_Marines. VP-30--14. VP-5-0
all interested personnel and departments
$179700PiU Hospital L A/C Maim 0
should start making Bill Thomas scored two touchdowns
In NARTU 18, AF679th 12
: preparations for participation VP-30s victory over
,,1 these various sports. VP-5 and Bob Burgess scored two Communications 14. Marines 0
NO REASONABLE DEALS REFUSED!
WE NEED - -- - I I
USED CARS BRING YOUR TITLE
l H B

THE"sARRAcUDA" MALL FURNITURE WESCONNETT CO.

5326\\'escm ettBivcL at 103rd:

is H CAR NEW&USED
WASHOPEN
AIR CONDITIONER
HERE!
::1 AND FURNITUREEASY

I") jUAUTY NICE STARTS AT ... MONDAY thri SATURDAY I CREDIT I

,1 8:30 A.M. 6 P.M..OCATEDIHTHEROOSEVELTfiALLSHOPPINGCEHTER.
FREIGHT SALVAGE
I' I ] REPOSSESSIONSBargains
I ( owe mou ON ROOSEVELT BLVD.

EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY Galore!

PHONE f .*"*i>..../' ,cwi...T.i,.i..."-, 1218 SAN AUTO WAX APPLIED COME IN AM BROUSE
fREE OPEN 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
359-2024 SEE Pl\1JOUTIlIJERE... .MARCO BLVD. WITH CAR WASH! PHONE SP 1-0750

\ . . . . . .


I ___ I IPAGE
-- -
-----



10, 1964
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11



Marshes Can Be More Than Hogan And Hyatt 1stTo The I IMGoIf results of the past week's



Patches Of Wet GrassA Crack 600 Series action the American following September League results 1-2,: resultedIn


HandicapAC
marsh Is more than a patch of wet grass and along with sufficient

I water, can be the most Important factor In the production of fresh Thus far In theNAS Intramural"Kegler" Maim 5, AF679th 4
Sparks 2, Burgermasters 2 5 Admin 4
Supply ,
how
water game fish Just Important Is being determined by Walt action only two men
Dlneen and Loren Flagg, fisheries biologists with the Game and have cracked the '600' game National LeagueAir Hosp"A" 9, VP-30"A" 0

Freshwater Fish Cohtmission. series mark. are of ScratchAC
They Hogan Frames 3
,
AOMD 1
The Everglades Impoundment fisheries Investigation, headed by DI- '
the VP-30 Chiefs with a 606 Darters 3, Marines 1 Maim 4, AF679th 2
neen, covers such subjects as determining the effect of fluctuatingwater and Hyatt of the VAP-62 Sky
AF679th 3, Scatter Pins 1 Admin 5, Supply 1
on fresh water fish spawning characteristics and requirements ( -
Warriors with a 601 series.
Play Boys 4, Baymen 0 Hosp"A" 6, VP-30"A" 0
of fresh water fish fish'population of effectsof
study, study
The results of last weeks actionare BB Stackers 2 NARTU2-2
,
ditching and diking on fish bottom fauna study of the Evergladesand : Lucky"T 4, Rookies 0 Nstional League
associated canals, stomach analysis study of the bass In the Handicap
2 FICEUR3--2
marsh and canals of the Everglades, and collection of economicdata American League Army ,
Protons 0 VAP' 62---5
4,1 Rejects ..AW-11---4
In the Everglades- conservation areas. Eagles 4, Riggers 0
According to Dlneen, the Investigation Mad Foxes 3, Griffons 1 Scratch
thus far has shown finum fish production In the Ever-
Chiefs 3, CFJ"A" 1
that fluctuating water levels seemto lades, a canal must not be sep- Neptunes 3, Pan Handlers 1 FAW-11--31/2. VAP-62-21/2..

be the key to good fishingIn arated from Its associated Cannon Cockers 4, Needlers 0

the Everglades. It Is defin- marsh. Hellions 4, Photo Lab 0
itely known that a canal which The bass stomach analysis reveals Pelicans 3, FICEURIl.1ComStore #

borders on a marsh which fluc- Important Information to 5--2, Electrons 2
tuates In water ]level and per- the biologists regarding the natural SAVE $25 to $30
iodically forces the marsh pop- feeding habits of these Continental LeagueMix

ulation Into the canal, will havea fish. The study has shown that Masters 3, Cursors 1

much higher poundage of fish the majority of the natural foodIs Sky Warriors 2, Plzzan's 2 On Each 100 of Basic Bureau Rates for :
In the
per acre and much better fish- of the type produced Strikers 3, Supply 1

Ing than will a canal that hasa marshes. Paymasters 3, Spoilers 1
constant water level For max- Fishermen will be InterestedIn ,
the study of the stomach of AUTOINSURANCE$

220 Everglades bass. Seventyone -
Fla. Wildlife 1 1 contained no food and the

remaining contained one or more
food Items. Identifiable food

Biologists S ToiVIldillo Items, In order of their frequency -
were: 401 freshwater shrimp;

46 small fish and minnows; 27 f .
\ More than 800,000 car owners insure
Insects; 5 crayfish; 3 salaman-
Study ders; 1 frog; and 1 snake. For- fT1I1 with GEICQ.and get these advantages:
ty-six percent of the bass which
contained food Included shrimpas ...: ill >{qual protection at substantial savings
Fifteen wildlife biologists sta- a food Item. The biologists Quick and fair personal claim service

tioned throughout Florida will 50 noted a significant change In the An\stabished! financially strong company
be working on approximately feeding habits of bass during per-

wildlife management problems iods when the marshes are flood-
during the coming year to con-
serve wildlife and at the same ed.The has
fish population study
time put more game In the hun shown a canal with no marsh GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERSYOU

ter's bag, announced H. E. Wal- produced the least amount of fish SAVE 30% from Basic Bureau Rates for the Collision

lace, chief, Game Management ((4 pounds per acre).A canal with and Comprehensive coverages, and you save 25%
Division, Game and Fresh Wa- a marsh available only during the : for the vital Liability coverages. GEICO also gives you

ter Fish Commission.For rainy months produced an inter- ..Jr the usual additional savings on compact cart, driver train
the next three years one mediate amount of fish ((200 turd" tt ing and when more-than-one-car is insured. You may pay
=
of these studies Is a high prior- pounds per acre.) Canals with a your premium in convenient installments if you wish.
ity program to discover a methodto year round marsh produced the .
economically move deer from highest amount of fish((588 pounds NO EXTRA COSTS: The low GEICO premium is the

overstocked herds to hunting a- per acre). The study also Indicated SCENIC BEAUTY -June Robert full cost of your insurance; there are no membership fees,
reas where they can be enjoyed that the deeper marshes proves that Florida hat itt hare assessments, or other sales charges of any kind.

by Florida's 71,000 deer bunt produced the most fish. of scenic attraction
t terse This Is a four-in-one pro- GEICO rates are on file with state insurance authoritiesand
eliminate represent the above savings from Basic Bureau Rates
gram designed to crop
deer starvation, for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau Rates are the rates
damage, prevent BIG TOP MOTORS
provide more sport, and estab- established by the National Bureau of Casualty Under
lish new deer herds. writers .and the National Automobile Underwriters Association
Other research plans range for their member and subscribing companies.

from experiments with tranquilizers -
HERE IS THE PROTECTION YOU GET
on wild deer, turkey, and
doves, to tatooing alligators; and c CEDAR HILLS When you insure your car with GEICO, you get the broad
will Include studies on quail, Family Automobile Insurance Policy-the exact same
squirrel, and Waterfowl and their policy used by most other leading companies-and you are
requirements for survival and I1. M fully protected wherever you drive in the US. and its

Increase In Florida. 64 CHEVROLET.$3195 62 CORVAIR.$995 possessions. This policy can comply with the Financial

Spt. Coupe, Red with Ivory "Lakewood" 4 dr., Wag., Responsibility Laws of all states including the compulsory
insurance requirements of New York and North Carolina.
Top, PS. & B., Foe. Air, RAH. auto trans., R&H.
Over 1,300 professional representatives the
Exec. Car. 61 FALCON . . $795 across country
stand ready to give you personal claim service when you
64 FALCON.$2195 4 Door, R&H, white, Std.
need it, day or night, 24 hours a day.
WEDGEWOODAPARTMENTS Wagon 4 dr. Auto/trans., Shift.

R&H, Turquoise, 2,000 act. 61 COMET.$995 Phone 355.8424

Mi. Wagon, 4 dr., Stan. Shift.
Or visit our convenient local office for exact rates
ACROSS FROM 63 IMPALA.$2495 60 CHEVY. . .. .$995 on your car. There is no obllptlon.GEICC@
HAS MAIN GATE Sport Coupe, Power steer 1/2 Ton, 8 Ft. 6 Cyl., Stan.

ing& B., R&H.Beautiful Red. Red.
12&3BEDROOMS.CENTRAL
FULL YEAR WARRANTY BANK FINANCING
.. __, ..,w. '" 1 .
3719BLANDING ..- ..
AIR
CONDITIONING &: HEAT I BLVD (&) Government Employees AND AFFILIATES Insurance Company

85.$ 120. Across from Capital stock companies not affillattd with tilt U.s. govareed
? ,1. Cedar Hills Shop. Horn Offictt Washinften' D.C.

Center. Jacksonville Office 338 West Forsyth Street
BURBRIDGE REALTY, :
iA : .
REALTORS PHONE
.INSURANCE Auto Fit! Hfime Boat .' life Ove .!,1
117 E. BAY ST. EL 4-6646 GARY ED WAYNE
771-2320
BLACKWELL ACKLEN PRICE . FINANCING, : Auto .Mobile Home. .
...,..,.. ......,-.... .-.......... ..., ._1.1i 1 1I .1SEPTEMBER


I



--- -=-'. -
-- .-. .. +-

:

PAGE JAX AIR NEWS SEPTEMBER 10, 1964
-
-
..t1 R
Hootenanny To


h. Be Held At
S

Orange ParkA

Hootennany will be held Fri-

day night, Oct. 9, in the Orange
:
4 Park High School stadium. The
school is located on the corner
of Kingsley Avenue and Bland- UNDER
-"i. : : ing Blvd.

More performers are needed
for the show. If you play a musical -
instrument, sing or dance, NEW
or have any other talent to display -
call Mr. H. Hansen -
2T A REVIEW OF CURRENT PREP-
at 264-9376 or Mrs. C. Nixat CEMENT
ARATIONS for 'Nights At 'The 2642398. Military personnelare .
Worlds Fair"" is held by Mrs. J. E. welcomed to participate.

0' 1 Rylee, president of the Jacksonville All of the performers are am- .

dr Officer Wives Club; Mrs.H. ateurs, so don't hesitate to get
F. McCue, committee chair- your act together and join in the -

man; and Mrs. J. C. Stoopack, fun. A large crowd is antic-
club 2nd vice-president. The .0" ipated, so make your phone callto e -
affair the above numbers now.
Wives Club sponsored charity
will be held in November at

the NAS Officers Club. YorkDlesAt76Continued

PeepAa f: GE 1 P ONE ( from Page 1))
T MQU MOR 74AN above and beyond the 'call of
In World War I I. was rec-
you iA .,yOV' L. duty ognized, with the nation's highest 64 CHEVY II WAGON NOVA ... . . .$ ????

I MAKE IT. award, the Medal of Honor. Auto/trans. V-8, Power/steer and brakes, Factory Air/
"As the citizen-soldier hero of Conditioned, Luggage rack, many more extras. GM Executive -

.">>' tdeS a the American ExpeditionaryForces car.64IMPALA .

# be epitomized the gal- SPORT COUPE ... . . . $2795
'. lantry of American fighting men Auto/trans, V-8, R&H, Solid Maroon, block interior WSW.

; Wf:3 and their sacrifices in behalf of 63 IMPALA SPT. COUPE .. .. . . . $2195
f : v
5 freedom. Auto/Trans./ V-8, Power brakes, R&H., Ivory over silver
lI "As Commander in Chief, I blue.
know that I the deep and
1 express 63 BELAIR 4 DOOR SEDAN..... . . .'. $1895
heart-felt sympathy of the A-
merican people to his wife and Auto/trans./ 6 cylinder, R&H, Solid blue, WSW.

I family." 63 FALCON WAGON .... .. . . .$1695
'
>4 Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, XXX Clean.

63 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 2 DOOR. ... . . $1895

1 ,. CAREER SALESOPPORTUNITY, Std. shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, like new.

62 BUICK SPECIAL . .. . . . . .$1895
; 4 Dr. Auto Trans., Power Steering, R&H., Factory Air,
tNational
eyF Company Is Interested In Interviewing C.P.O. Or Like New.
'Officer Being Released From Active Duty This Year. Man 61 FORD GAlAXIE HARD TOP . . . .$1295
Selected Will Receive High Starting Income, Compresen- Std. shift, V-8, R&H solid white, red interior.

.slve Training Program, Plus All Company Benefits. Jacksonville 61 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN. .... . . . $1495
Area. Write Showing Age, Military ,Status And Auto/trans., V-8, power/steer, heater, Canary yellow.
4-Ec/o Jax Air News, 4724 Clyde
-' Date Of Separation To Box 61 VOLKSWAGEN . . . . . .$1095
Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida.WNDERBIIT.
,
All vinyl interior, 4 speed transmission. R&H.

61 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. . . . .. $1495
'
Auto/trans. V-8, Power/steer., R&H, Yellow with white
top. WSW.

k'i hk 61 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . . . $1795

S Auto/trans. V-8, Power/steor, Factory air/conditioned,
TIRES R&H, original inside and out.

60 COMET WAGON . . . . .. .$995
3 "PROVEN FOR MILEAGE-QUALITY, -PRICE" Auto/trans. 6 cylinder, R&H, Luggage rack, new paint

I AUTO CENTERS SERVE YOUIiIffil Extra nice.

59 IMPALA SPORT COUPE ... . . . $1095
,I ,NO MONEY DOWN %: Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Solid black, with red interior,WSW.

59 CHEVROLET WAGON. . . .. . $995
l
4 Dr., 9 Pass. Standard Shift V-8, R&H., New Paint.

?y:: 1st QUALITY NYLON Vanderblh Premium 59 ENGLISH CONSUL. . . . . . $495
I' 38 MONTH
i 24 MONTH 4 door., Std. shift, good 2nd Car.
UNCONDITIONAL UNCONDITIONAL
A ii GUARANTEE GUARANTEE 56 BUICK 4 DOOR HARD TOP . . . .$395
i i BLACKWALL WHITEHALL Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H.
SIZE EACH SIZE EACH

More people than ever beforeare 60011 .. ... ..'. 10.13 600.11 .. .. .ISAI
banking with us and to all 6S0.11 .... ,.. 11.11 6S0.11.. .. ... 1411
these people we owe a heart 700.13..12.33 700.13..11,31 t CORVAIRS FALCONS VALIANTS t tU
750.14.... .... 11.11 7S0.14... .. ... 181 V *
felt thanks. People just like you 800.14.. ... .. 1113 800.14....... It." 2 DOOM 4 DOOR AUTO. TRANS. & STANDARDS
make our bank what it is. By aso.14.. .. .. isai 8W.I4....... 21,329S0.14 60's THROUGH '63's
helping you we prosper and 6SOaU .. .... .1.33 ........ 25.46 fROM 5695))
Our aim is 670.1 .. ... 1.83 670.1 ........ IS.09 TO CHOOSE FROM
grow. to serve, and 710.15. .. .. 1083 710.15........ ".47 = e
we welcome your patronage. 760.15. .. 1283Add 760.15..17.9.
2.50 lot fhitewalls 820.1 S........ 22.62,, ....AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM !
WETSIEE57tda Add$2.More/a) 15"TubelessTiies AddS2.Mole'orlS"TubeltsTIlISAll '<

TI... PU T.. S Each.",..No.SJ.oo Add 0. if Old Tlr. Not Roc.",.".1.I 1. Mon.-Fri. 8:30: a.m. til 9:00: p.m.
$at.-8:30: a.m.'ttl 8:00: p.m. ;
I.J:
Nriit
I t S ROTATION Sun.-,ttler Church 'til 7:00: p.m.CEDAR .
/ FREEMOUNTNGiTUBEREPAH| (
$ SPECIAL HILIS SHOPPING CENTER
PLAN
j' ; BUNDING BLVO AT VfjtSON

4328 Blanding Blvd. MAIN STREET CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE PHONE FOR ;
f 17th & Main 3504 Blond BU4. 3244 Philip Hi gk, ..r SERVICEMENr
: at Harlow EL 9051' (C.do H.II ShippingCtMtf) FL 9.2013"SANDY"
GROSSO SP 1.6866 "Acratt From PUN PH'ioc'MGR. |
OPEN MON..WED.-FRI."' OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL P.M.
: OPEN FRIDAY TILL 8 P.M.'Member Til PM
i' OPEN DAILY 8 'Tll 6 P.M. I ERNIECR1BB,Mr. CARROLL CRIBB. Mi'
F.D./.C./

I. . . ,

it
..