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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 22 NO. 29 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVilLE FLORIDA .uoTAOV SEPTEMBER 17,
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Pres.. Johnson Surveys Hurricane WF -I




Dora Devastates Duval ; mates personnel"Preliminary Hurricane casualties damage Dora suffered show esti no, President Lands Here :I


NAS Withstands WindsThe and operational negligible capability impairment and op to Promises Federal Aid !

erational facilities. Astute plan. .
fury of a hurricane is an awesome sight. And the fury of Miss ning, timely precautionarymeasures The first Indication of his arrival was received via
Hurricane Dora can be described in no uncertain words. She arrived, and hard work onthe 11 8.0), sending various departments scurrying to Initiate and
she stayed, then she left-with indescribeable destruction in her wake. part of officers crew and civil plete the necessary preparations. News media from
Hurricane Dora hit the beaches Jacksonville late Tuesday and the statewide papers, White House Press, television
service personnel, the in-
seawalls came tumbling down. As she moved closer, NAS Jacksonvillewent are magazines arrived at the NAS tower to be on hand for the
into Hurricane Condition!I. The base was ready and waiting for the gredients which male this enviable And then at 2:27: p.m., slightly behind schedule, the huge 1
mighty.storm that Cleo only wished she could have been. record possibe.[ Well ial jet Air Force One, landed. Commander-in-Chlef I
But Dora made up for her sister's weakness and slammed into the done." /SRAdm.. Johnson was aboard. I
Jacksonville area with winds up to 100 m.p.h.,destroying everything in Robert Goldthwaite His decision to come to Jacksonville had been made that !
her path. Edward McDermott head
As the hurricane moved closer Office of Emergency
the work at NAS came to a was already in
standstill. Wednesday morningall + a instruction from the i
liberty was cancelled, as per- survey the damage of :
sonnel readied themselves for 111r12 Dora. But encouraged by
what promised to be a big blow. gressional representatives ;
, Hurricane Dora pounded Jack- the area, the President
sonville with unprecedented fury. cided to personally view I
The winds came, and the trees c aged areas of Jacksonville I
and power lines went. The rains and vicinity. Before 4)n I
came down and the beaches, NAS, the presidential f
houses and automobiles went. flown the president and
Dora full of pep and vigor, over the St. Augustine area ;
caused an estimated $193,000worth them a quick tour of the
of damage to NAS, Jack- rAi, '' q "ro 0 p. yA I there. ',
sonville, and over $100,000,000to ;: : The presidential f
the county. As power inthe -w r.Y& left NAS at 2:40 p.m. for
city went, so did some of the pow- aR -: 'A9Tz + trip to the beaches.
er here at NAS. I ing him were Secretary of ,
Trees were lifted from the AND THE RAINS CAME DOWN-ond the river began to rise and take it's toll as the fish camp hereat Education and Welfare,
ground by their roots and strewn NAS began to submerge when the St. John's River began to overflow it's bank. See more pictures Celebreeze; Surgeon
across the streets, the golf cour- 'on page nine. (Navy Photo by H. J.. Benson, SN) Luther Terry;
ses and on homes. The St. Johns of Agriculture, Charles ;
River began to overflow It's SS S di- -i : Undersecretary ,of
banks. The Fishing Camp met Cyrus Vance; Florida
the fish on Its own grounds and ernor, Farris Bryant;
the river continued to rise. The ators Spessard
piers at the Sailing Club-disap George Smathers of
peared and all that was visiblewas and Herman Ta1med$
the crane on one pier. The Georgia; U. S. Rep.
flight line, where the NAS-based Bennett; National Red
planes sat, also disappeared as Director James Collins;
the muddy water began to flood ward McDermott, head
everything in its way. ; Mayor Haydon Burns of
The beautiful scenic view at sonville and a host of
the Hospital lost it's splendor under F officials.
the wrath of Dora.
Thursday morning Hurricane Shortly after 4 p.m. \
Dora having spent her time In returned to the base and !
Jacksonville, moved on to other lately boarded his plane,
grounds. Work got underway at L\ other officials were
NAS as the massive cleanup of from time to time. :

the station began. media anxiously waited
But It seemed that Dora sensed the plane for word of
that people were glad she was I.J he would hold a news I
gone, because Saturday,she turn- ence. The word was I I
ed and headed back for her feed- : ing. President Johnson
ing grounds of the Atlantic. This address the press, and
time she missed Jacksonville, tion in live television
but she dumped hard rains and originating aboard the
began flooding Florida areas once
Striding off the plane,
again.
The fury of Dora has passed. r" ceeded to the tower

The damage has.been done. The :, ... xiirrrxrrts ...a .4;" by security agents had and been
ia. Preparations
President of the United States declared \
!
Jacksonville a major dis- ,<, \ in the tower lobby for the
aster area and paid a visit to the .t. conference. Standing
a ttrr t with
city and NAS. r Impromptu podium
But there is someone else thatis LYNDON B. JOHNSON, President of the United States passes through NAS Jax sideboys upon dential seal affixed and he
trying to follow In the footstepsof Hurricane Dora. Behind the President on rigged microphones,
inflicted
his arrival here to inspect the damages by speech while
her following
her sister. This time
name is big Ethel or will Flora decide the ramp is Edward McDermitt, head of the Office of Emergency Planning in Washington. (Of. camera lights and camera

that she will be next? ficial Navy Photo) (Continued on page )



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....... YOO1LNIFORM) P\'. :d '- t'.;, Cnop/a/n// / .. Messageby
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/MAKES AM $IMPRESSION. ,; James F. Agnew

",l &N0RA8CEa Prayer Is a spiritual exercise. This method of communicationcomes
/ ipp SUNDAY from above and was designed specifically for the needs of

8:00 a.tn. Service of Holy mankind.It .
REGPEUL ac Communion has been used by man In all Its proper forms but probablythe

-- 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine majority of praying has been done under conditions ofemergency
Worship In times of extreme stress and strain man has always grasped at a
9:30 a. m. Sunday School for straw, so to speak, and urgently called upon God.
: ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 But there are so many other times and circumstances which call
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine for the use of prayer. The admonition to "pray without ceasing"
Worship conveys the need of cultivating a spirit or mood of prayer, and leaves
/ 6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship the impression that praying can be a matter of breathing silent

requests to God.
WEDNESDAY "Watch and pray lest ye enter Into temptation" lends strengthto
jP the fact that all need to avoid error rather than to be continually
--- 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal repairing damage done by mistakes.To .
pray Is to talk over with God one's inadequacies and the cir-
7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal cumstances which magnify them. Rather than to be maneuvered by

these external Influences, those who pray are enabled to establishan
l 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, Inner peace. In turn, this allows Independence and freedom to
Also on all Holy Days
overcome the Inadequacies.All .
: // \ "1 G Catholic Services at St. Edward's too often our Inadequacies have to do with personal relation-
Naval
Chapel, NATTC and
ships and the Inadequacies of other people. This may escalade to
Hospital the degree where persons are spitefully used. Prayer is still in
4.: S SURE ITS A SUNDAY MASS order. In fact, it Is especially at this juncture that prayer has
traction. Moreover, If prayer is used, It is possible to reach a place
i, 6:30: a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
GOOD ONE 9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- where the desire is to return good for evil.
ward's Chapel "The fervent prayer of a righteous man avalleth much", therefore,
Editorial pray without ceasing".
DAILY MASS -,

11:30 a.m St.Edward's Chapel
The Scene Depends On MONDAY & TUESDAY : j. tr

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4:15: p.m. King Hall NATTC -

How You Are SeenScene 12:05 p.m.FRIDAY U.S. Naval Hospital r-5{: 1,I'r jt ui 1


One: On a crowded city street a woman carrying several SATURDAY -.

packages suddenly drops some of them. A serviceman In uniform :...
and a civilian who were walking close by, stop to help her pick 9:00: a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
them up. Another lady, who witnessed the whole thing turns toher
companion and says, "Wasn't it terribly nice of that polite
young soldier to help that poor woman that way?" Her companionnods 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
affirmatively.Scene Masses
Two Two passengers on a crowded city bus are engagedin Catechism Classes:Grade School
a heated argument about who's going to sit In one vacant seat.
Both have obviously been drinking both are disheveled and both are SATURDAY
using loud and abusive language. One is a serviceman in uniform; 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities
the other, a civilian. In the seat behind them, a commuter turnsto building 722
his wife and says, "I wish Camp Blank would keep their men out
of town and on the post. They're all a bunch of drunken no-goods." O\ TilE WAY-Aluminaut, the Navy new all-aluminum retcarthgubinarine
The wife agrees.Do TrafficViolations it lowered into the Thames River at Croton, Conn, Df*
signed to dire nearly three miles, Aluminaut is 50 feet long nllll'

you get the message? Simply enough, it's that the man in displaces 75 font.Interested.
uniform stands out from the crowd. He makes a greater and more
lasting impression on civilians than do other civilians. It all depends -
on the actions of the man in uniform whether the Impressionis The following is a report of In A European

good or bad. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
You hear a lot of servicemen talk about this or that town as a "good" fic violations for the
service town or a "bad" one. What makes a town good or bad for September 6 through September period Vacation ? Read This !
the servicemen who visit there? Again, the answer Is simple.lt's 12.
the product of dozens of scenes like those above. If there are more
Number of AccidentsThis
incidents like Scene One, the town is likely to be a good service town. Need a vacation tip?Here's one telephone number and number In
If there are more Scene Two's, It's probably going to be a bad. one. week September 6 through you might be Interested In.

What's the situation in the towns where you spend your liberties,. .September, 12 .' . 1 Personnel in the Jacksonvillearea party.Fill out charter forms which
leaves or passes. Is It good or bad? Total Accidents this year through are being offered an opportunity will be forwarded to each indi
If it's good, are you doing your part to help keep It that way? September 12 . . 171 to take a threeweektrip vidual upon receipt of deposit.
And If it's bad, is there anything you can do to help counter the actions Number of Accidents through to Europe In October as The charterer Is Robert 1 1..

of those who made it that way? September 1963 . 213 part of a reduced rate jet char- Prickett, and checks should be
It's worth thinking about. After all, you're going to be visiting one Total number of aays since last ter plan for employees of the made out in his name. His home
another the rest of the time wear the uniform. And a lot Department of
town or you Injury In motor vehicle acci- Defense. address Is 7350 Dayton-Xenta!
of other servicemen will probably visit, too. Your actions can help dent . . . 34 Present plans call for five Road, Dayton, Ohio 45432. The
pave the way to an easier and better time for all of us. (AFPS) planes (DC8 jets) to leave New flight will Include a champagne

Number of ViolationsThis York's Kennedy Airport Oct. 21- dinner, large breakfast, anda

week . . 72 26 Amsterdam., returning The Nov. 11-16 from free bar. There Is a 66 pound
charter Is
Speeding . . . 8 opento baggage allowance.
employees of the
a AX A in EW'Sl11e. Reckless U. S. Gov-
Driving . 3 ernment In the -
Department of
Going through Stop Sign 3 Defense with their
Other Violations . 58 dependents, Duval
spouse County
Forty-five drivers appeared parents (not In-laws),
and
children
when
.JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic HearingBoardat same household., living In the
distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station, the meeting held September To Water Supply
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a 14. Disposition of the cases {include get on one of the flights
private firm. All COP submitted for use in the JAX AIR the following: five lost you must:
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, driving and parking privileges of the Deposit $177 to the account Throughout Duval County thereis
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville) by 12:00: noon on Monday before aboard station for various charterer, fully refundable no water pollution problem The
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources- periods; three were assigned to prior to Sept. 20, upon water has been tested and retested -
written
Telephone EV.9-7711, Ext. 8"#162. complete an eight hour course notification. as to its purity. The bad
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries In remedial driving instructions Forward eight self- odor in some areas Is due to
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing fifteen were given suspended; addressed large white 10 cent the inability to aerate the water,
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville) 8, Florida. penalties; thirteen were given stamPed envelopes plus $1 printing but in no way does this reflecton
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. warnings; four were dismissed; which charge, non-refundable the purity. If in doubt call
be
r. and eight were referred to commanding may added to the refundable NAS Jax, ext. 614. (Sanitation
VOL. 22 NO. 29 SEPTEMBER 1 17, 1964 officers for possible $177.Forward. Office) or 354-4451 DuvalCounry
disciplinary action. name, office Health for further
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Wife ServedWhileHu&and' '



My Kid !


Is RetiredSeptember


11, 1964, markedthe
end of the active naval career
Norfolk, Va. (NAVNEWS) Today, my daughter, who Is seven for half of a Navy family as e j '; {

years old, started to school as usual She wore a dark-blue dress Daniel R. Bentlen, ADCM, retired -
with a white collar. She had on black shoes and wore blue gloves. at NARTU Jax. Its "better

Her cocker spaniel, whose name Is "Coot", sat on the front porch half', Dorothy E.Bentlen, YNCA,
and whined his canine belief In the folly of education as she waved Is the only wave aboard NARTU

goodbye and started off to the hall of learning. Jax and now the only Bentlen.

Tonight we talked about school The Bentiens spent the largest
She told me about the girl who part of their careers at NAS New
ul, unimportant things; and then
sits In front of her, the girl York near their respective home-
we studied spelling, reading, .
with the Daniel Bentien Is from
yellow curls, and the towns.
arithmetic and
then to bed. p-
boy across the aisle who makes She's back there back In Lynbrook, New York, where his

funny faces. She told me about the nursery, sound asleep, with mother,,Emilie Bentlen, resides. '
her teacher who has eyes in the "Princess Elizabeth" (that's her Dorothy Bentlen hails from

back of her head, and about doll) cuddled In her right arm. Olean, New York where her
the trees In the schoolyard, parents, Mr. and Mrs. WilliamF.
and about the You guys wouldn't hurt her, Davis live. MASTER CHIEF DANIEL R. BENTIEN. receives his retirement

who doesn't believe pretty in Santa girl would you? You see, I'm her They were then transferredto papers from Captain Charles: W. Pittman, CO of NARTU Jax. :
daddy. When her doll Is broken -
Claus We talked about a lot her Is NARK at NAS Memphis, while his wife, Dorothy E. Bentien YNCA, looks on. The Bentiens
or finger cut, or
of things tremendously vi- Daniel Bentlen was assigned as reside at 7441 leroy Drive in Jac sonyill.. .
her head gets bumped, I can fix
recruit instructor and Mrs.Ben-
It but when she startsto
tien to the Person lDepartment. EAfII 0pRTrLOYALTY. *

Joint Chiefs of Staff the school street,when then she she's walks In across your The Bentiens reported aboard 0

hands. NARTU Jax, September 7, 1963. ... I
Hold Comm. Exercise Master Chief Bentlen was assigned n .
She's a nice kid. She can run .
to the Aircraft Maintenance -
like a deer and darts about likea 3i
Washington (AFPS) -- Defense chipmunk. She likes to ride Department as Leading 1 1
Secretary Ffcbert) S. McNamara Chief and Dorothy Bentlen, then
horses and swim and hike with
has announced that the Joint YN1 again to personnelOn
me afternoons.
on Sunday But,
Chiefs of Staff are conducting a July 16, 1964,Dorothy Ben
I can't be with her all the time
global communications exercise ; tlen made Chief Yeoman and for
I have to work to for her
pay
known as High Heels III almost two months there were two
clothes and education. So please
The exercise involves military Chief Bentiens at NARTU Jax. /M OUNCE OFlOyALTY\
help me look out for her. Please
commands and their staffs In a Daniel Bentlen Is presently WORTH A POUND OF
drive(
slowly the schoolsand
past
test of worldwide communications employed here In Jax at the C1.EVERNE66.EzBERrIaasAw.
Intersections and please
systems and reporting Herlong Field as Aircraft in- I
remember that children run from
procedures, under conditions that behind parked cars. spector. The Bentiens reside at AMERICAN AUINORr CEDAR HILLS
would exist during a major 7441 Leroy; Drive, Jacksonville. \

enemy attack on free world] na- Your !
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tions. N.ighborho.dUSED

The primary purpose of High
Heels III Is to insure the responsiveness r CAR

of all ,such communications DEALERSp.dolizin9

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cedures. CLEAN
Secretary McNamara said this
exercise is held periodically by GARY CARS

commanders. flu BLACKWELL
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of but 64 IMPALA..S3195
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does include commands of all Spt. Coupe Red with Ivory

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PAG 4 MX AIR NEWS ._ SEPTEMBER 17. 1964

...
land and Smathers and Congressman The Army CoYps of EngineersIs
Pres. JohnsonContinued i recent sufferings you have endured Bennett of Florida, and Gov- already busy on plans to as- I

during! ,and. as, a result of ernor Sanders .ai 1 Senator Tal- '.slsr inline. rebuilding of your: rs 1"
hurricanes Dora. have destruction public beaches. The Small Bus-
Cleond madge of Georgia The
( from Page 1)) kept In close touch with state I have seen serious., The iness Administration has already
and federal officials since early resoluteness of Florida cit- established offices throughout the
Illuminated the area as the pres- warnings that these hurricanes izens to repair and rebuild their state to handle small business
ident spoke to the nation.
disaster loans. The Department
would lash our states. state Is enheartening.I )
"I am sure that all AmericansJoin of Agriculture has available for
Before the hurricanes struck I want to reassure every prop-
with In the cltt-' ..
extending
me assured Governor Bryant and erty owner and every businessman relief organizations surplus foodIf L-
tens: of Florida and! Georgia our Governor Sanders that the federal large or small Indeed needed The Bureau- of Pub-
deepest feelings of sorrow for the lic Roads is already work determining ar0
government would be preparedto every citizen In the communities
HHHHHBi render all possible assistanceI ravaged by these terrible storms the extent of damageto

CAREER Ij I as soon1 has' they requested It. that the necessary steps for rapid your rural and urban system.
After talking to both The Public Health Service and .
[OPPORTUNITY! night declared certain governorslast areas taken rehabilitation by the proper are already government being Food and Drug Administrationare JY

BEING RELEASED FROM of Florida and! Georgia eligible officials local state, and prepared to provide per-
I DUTY THIS YEAR?| sonnel and equipment where
ACTIVE for disaster assistance and Instructed
federal and by the AmericanRed
needed. The Surgeon General, PRESIDENT JOHNSON speaks
Prestlg national-corpora Mr. Edward McDermltt. Cross.In .
tion offers good starting Director of the Office of Emergency accordance with Public Law Dr. Luther Terry, who accom- to the Nation, at a.press conference -

salary, plus bcoJ.s.to past Planning, and other officers 81-875, and under the coordina- panied me today. Is workingwith ; held in the NAS Operations
USN officer having recent- to tour the damaged area. tion of the Office of Emergency state health officials to pre tower, this past Friday,
ly served at,one of local They began their Inspection early Planning, I have already allocat- vent epidemics. Their effortsare Sept. 11,
Navy Installations. No travel -,t today. Mr. McDermltt tells me ted from the President's Emer- being directed toward: ((1))

extensive training and'' that public and! private damageIn gency Disaster Fund an initial Reestablishing and maintainingan Mr. Johnson immediately return
office provided. Florida will be approximatelytwo sum of $300,000 to assist the adequate supply of safe drink- ed to his plane and after con-
Ing water; ((2)) Proper disposalof
hundred million dollars.
communities In the
Position will necessary with RAdm
be discussed versing RobertGold-
and solid
wastes; ((3))
Encouragement from your congressional repairs In other areas of the stateas sewage
by preliminary phme'Interview. Surveillance of food supplies; ((4)) thwaite, ComFalrJax, Cap-
representatives In result of Hurricane Cleo
a Control of mosquitoes and other tain J. R. Mackroth, CommandIng -
Washington has prompted me to several weeks Additional
ago. Officer of NAS and other
,
Provision of
CALL 353-9718 Insects; ((5)) vac-
tome to Florida and Georgia today allocations to meet the rehabil- station officials, he
and personally view the damaged itation of Hurricane cines, serum, and medical sup- passed
9 A.M. to 5 P.M. requirements plies as needed.In through the rows of sideboys and
areas with Governors Dora will be made as dam-
Bry- addition to Dr. Terry, I mounted the stairs to the plane.
ant and Sanders and Senators Hol- age surveys are completed.
Pausing midway he
was accompanied by Secretaryof turned to
....
.
-' Health, Education and Welfare wave and smile at the small
CHRYSLERS THISVYEEK'SSPECIAL! NO Celebrezze, Under Secretary of crowd which had assembled to
Defense Cyrus Vance, and Un- catch a glimpse of the chief
NEW 1964 PLYMOUTH FURY REASONABLE
"PLYMOUTHS der Secretary of Agriculture executive.At .

*VALIANTS CONVERTIBLE OFFER REFUSED Charlie Murphy. 4:45 p.m. he and his party
Natural disasters are not new left for Brunswick, Georgia, anda
Him mtto. Sipeed trans.
sir ewlne.' llgfct package torque
THEY ALL power steertrg.brakes pub button radio. Weather Jet heater LITTLE OR to us. The earthquake In Alas- similiar tour.
seat belts, dell e steering wheel,windshield washers, variable ka last spring, recent floods In
speed elect wipers( tinted glass front and rear bumper N 0 DOWN
MUSTGO ourds;'wheel covers outside mirror Inside day 4 night mlr- our western arid midwesternstates
,ror. factory undercoattag. safety padded dash backup lights PAYMENTAPPROXIMATELY droughts and tornadoes DocumentsSupport
WSW tires. all are tragic reminders that
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But it Is In the American Vet

18 MINUTES FROM NAS-SOUTH ON HIWAY 17CHRYSLER tradition to overcome these
adversities. Americans extend- BenefitsVeterans
ing a helping hand to Ameri-
1 cans -- that Is the American and their dependents
tradition. should take good care of basic

And so the facilities of your family documents such as birth
1 federal government have been and and marriage certificates, the
will continue to be made avail- Veterans Administration advised

1'r 4 able until the state of Florida recently.
has completely recovered from These documents, needed to
S 1 1 rl S these adversities. Americans support claims for veterans
everywhere congratulate you benefits, should be kept where
for your firm resolve to recover they are protected and at the same

ARK OF QUAUTY and we wish you Godspeedin time readily available, B. J.
MOTORS CORPORATION doing so." Gannon, Officer in Charge, VA
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NEWS
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I Saves Citizens Italian-Sfyle! @[ OO- ;

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A section of Jacksonville known as Venetia Village could well velt where a waiting patrol car j
be named Venice Village after the famed Italian city. For It was took the people to a shelter area. EIH'
here that Dick Sills of VA-176 ran his boat up and down the streets Altogether the Navy's Ambassador -
during Hurricane Dora. Although his singing voice probably doesn't on the Water in the
compare with that of the gondolier's, his riders were not complain- Streets" spent three hours e- ChevroletCHEVROLET
ing. vacuating people from their
Early Thursday morning,with water-logged homes.
some of Dora's heaviest winds from the Cates Avenue vicinity
upon the area, a call was issued off TImuquana were not giving What makes these people especially in JacksonvilleDOWNTOWN.
for men with boats to help out any questioning looks. With happy Is that while calls
evacuate people who were stranded water pouring Into their house, for help from boat-owners un- -
in flooded homes. Sills, who Sills was indeed a knight in shining doubtedly was heard by hundredsof
924 LAURA ST. ORANGE
lives in the Lake Shore area, boat and motor. Altogether people with boats Dick Sills at
Immediately began preparationsto nine people, Including two babies, was the only one who showed up -
help in the rescue operation. and two dogs were hauled to the to help his fellow citizens in dis 71)
corner of TImuquana and oose-' tress. b
;
"It was pouring down rain
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and the winds were really
howling. As I began unlashingmy
boat, I noticed neighbors
peering quizzically out their
windows. The expressions
seemed to say 'That crazy sailor -
*. However, those stares were lOt, ,
nothing to the ones I received
while driving down the street "

with The my five boat families behind he the rescued car." UNITED JETS CAN BRING YOU


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Bluejackets InnDoun's Acey Ducey < Club MoviesMovies CPO Club .

'.. will be shown regularly Thursday, September 17
Thursday, at 7 p. m. Monday through Happy Hour
September 17 Saturday.
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 Friday, September 18
feature
NATTC will have two
Thursday, September 17 3:30-6 p.m.
Friday, times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. on Dance to Mach Four
Band to be Announced Saturdays and Sundays. The hos-
Friday, September 18 Marc Castle : : September 18 pital will have one feature on Saturday, September 19

Saturday, Sunday's at 7 p. m. Dance to Cappy's Combo
March Wilson and the Redcoats : p.m. The Mainside theatre will stay
8-12 a. m.Saturday. Phil Cay and the p.m. the same except for the evening Sunday, September 20

September 1 19 12:30: a.m. a.m. feature which will begin at 7:30p. : Dance to Phil Cay
"1' Sunday, September 19 m. These are subject to change.
Monday, September 21
:- Band to be Announced
Game Night : : p.m. Thursday, September 17
Sunday, September 20 SPECIAL- 8:30-12:30: a.m. Pizza NightTuesday
MainsideATicklishAffairGig
Jimmy Strickland and the TV Houston with September 20 Young, Shirley Jones September 22
Gang 8-12 a. m. Johnny Arnold NATTC Master of the World Happy HourWednesday
Prime Ribs of
Monday, Vincent Price, Charles Bron-
Monday, September 21 round son September 23

Pizza 2 for 1 Night Happy Hour : : September 21 Hospital Goliath and the Barbarians Dance to Playboys

Tuesday, September 22 Tuesday, 3:30-6: p.m. Steve Reeves, Chelo
Alonso USO Notes
Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Game Night : : .
Friday, September 18
Wednesday, September 23 Wednesday, Sept September 22 Thursday, September 17
Mainside The Young Racers -
Game Night 8 p. m. Movies sports 8 : p.m. Mark Damon, William Camp- Ibmemade Goodies Night
Mexican(
p.m. ( )
bell Friday, September 18
ATTENTIONall September 23 NATTC A Ticklish AffairGig
: p.m. Young, Shirley Jones USS Yellowstone Party 8-llp.m.
Master of( the World -
Navy Personnel 6-9 p.m. Pried Hospital Saturday, September 19
Vincent Price, Charles Bron-
son All Seasons Birthday Party

Saturday, September 19 Sunday, September 20

i4- WOOD lainside-Splendor in the Grass- Grace Chapel Parish
Natalie Wood Warren
Beatty
Monday, September 21
NATTC The Young Racers -
Mark Damon, William Campbell Fun Night 8-11 p. m. .
OSS FROM
+ M pW.y. 6Y GATE HospitalA TicklishAffairGigYoung Tuesday, September 22

Shirley Jones Game Night
BEDROOMS
Sunday, September 20 Wednesday, September 23
( ;:\' .\ ,
\ I Ill\I11.: : & 111 \i Mainside Cape Fear Gregory Dance Marathon Night
Peck, Robert Mitchum
$ $ NATTC Splendor In theGrass-
$120. Natalie Wood, Warren Beatty
NATTC Cape fear Gregory
Line"'O" Hospital The Young Racers Peck, Robert Mltchum
REALTY, Mark Damon, William Camp- Hospital Splendor In the Grass-

:.\unns bell Natalie Wood, Warren Beatty

n I I ST. II 4-0040. Monday, September 21 Tuesday, September 22

Mainside Seven Paces of Dr. Mainside Samson and Seven
Lao Tony Randall, Barbara Wonders of the WorldGordon
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COU ... ... Scott, Yoko! Tanl
NATTCSeven Faces of Dr. Lao-
Tony Randall Barbara Eden
APPRECIATION : Hospital Cape Fear Gregory
SALE Peck, Robert Mitchum
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Wednesday, September

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Four trains daily to the North. Also,

service to the West and South. ; :: $ 8 9 5 Complete i i : TV REPAIRS

A Free Styling Brush .
.. .. Check these low, low one-way furlough fares With Each Permanent .1 UMafet! >
RICHMOND $16.15 )
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For information and reservations SOUTHWEST
; ( ) .........(Formerly Franco Stylists) 355.0522 .
B. C. Miller, GPA ( ) HILLS........Cedar Hills Shopping Center 771-5510 JAX
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JAX AIR NEWS FACET, I

Late PartyTo business meeting which will be \I
New Reactor I
held Thursday, September 17, ,
1964 at 8:00 P. M.; and at the I
new branch home, 7673 Bland- : ..
Be Held ing Blvd., West Jacksonville Polaris Missile 1I.\fjllfll1iiI;\ : t O. I

The Fleet Reserve Associa- ....
tion is a fraternal organization.It's Seen for NavyWashington : ] j
membership is limited to

By FRA126 career men with four years active Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
enlisted service, Navy or (AFPS--The) development Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Marine, active duty or retired. of a longer range and
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
improved Polaris missile the
Eligible personnel are Invitedto ( late this deadline be
too for will published the fol-
Shipmate Dyer 'til I. Burr, A-3), and a
) high-powered,
attend all meetings as guests. long- :lowing week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
Branch president, projects the life nuclear
reactor
Final was announced -
nominations
fordelegatesto A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
following eloquent statement con- the Fleet Reserve Association37th Sept. 5 by President
received WITH the for the ad.
cerning the cancellation of last annual convention will be Johnson at a White House press DO copy NOT SEND CASH.

Saturday's birthday party, "Dueto concluded at the branch 126 business conference. RATE Minimum lines .
the of God and the : charge ((3 ) $LOO
acts helpof The A-3 missile, the Presi-
meeting of Sept. 17, 1964. Per additional line ((4 words per line). .,. 35
the best-laid of
Dora, plans The national convention will be dent said, has a range of 2,500 sssss ssta.d -
the branch concerning the birth- held Indianapolis, Indiana,Sep- nautical miles, 1,000 nautical
day party and ball have been tember 21-25 1964 at the Clay- miles greater than that of the FOR RENT Clean, comf, furn PUBLIC NOTICE
postponed until Saturday, Sep- pool Hotel Members should take A-2 and more than double that apt, lots of shade 5 min to HURRICANE SALVAGE
tember 19, 1964, the elements the opportunity to be nominatedand of the A-L NAS no pets. 204 River Road, SEWING MACHINESTwo
./ permitting! Plans originally attend this Impressive con- The new weapon not only has Orange Park. ((2)) Brand New AutomaticZIg
scheduled shall be carried out vention. Policies of the FRA will a much greater range, but it is Zags, makes button holes,
on this date." Briefly, review- be planned, discussed, and pro- extremely accurate and Incorporates fancy designs, etc. $60.00 cashor
ing these plans: function,'birth- mulgated. Friendships will be the latest technological HOUSE FOR RENT SOUTH- $8.00 per month terms.Original -
day party and dance; time, 2100; renewed with shipmates from advances to assure Its abili- SIDE Reasonable, 2 bdr, conv guarantee. Free Home In-
date, Sept. 19, 1964; place, 7673 places located throughout the ty to penetrate to its target, to bus, Shop cntr, Expressway spection. No Obligation.Call 353-
Blandlng Blvd; attire, semi- Naval and Marine establishments.BEST including those protected by pos- CALL 781-3190 1946 Warehouse Night or Day.
formal; donation, $2.00 per per- sible ballistic missile defense
son; band, Max and the Blue systems, he stated.
Notes. The President's statement asserted PART TIME JOBS No exp. FREE MAPS and AAA Infor- j
Burr, cordially invites all that no land area on this rice must be 21, excellent earn- mation. Special attention to Navy. )to
shipmates to the regular branch earth is beyond reach of these ings. Phone 264-2158 for in- Call 7811277.
submerged missile ships of our terview.GE .
Navy.
President Johnson stated that
"JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY"Hula
PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND -
eight Polaris submarines have AUTO WASHER & Dryer ballet, jazz; mechanical
THE BEACHES gone to sea for their initial both new $157, terms. Call Lon- modelling, tap and baton. Venetia -
patrols since the beginning of the nie 389:367lWESCONNETT: Wesconnett, Bell Air. EV 4-
1 rn rmo year. In the next eight months 3055& SP 15464.
1 11 more subs are expected to be
deployed, all but one of which nicely furnhouse
will carry the A-3 missile, he fenced yard, no pets, rent 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
added. reasonable. Phone 771-2669. NAS. $50 down, $50 month. Call
The reactor, which constitutesa Art Powell, USN, Retd. wlthCol-
major step forward in nuclear GE HOME entertainment center mery-Wllklnson Realtors. 264-
technology, will make nuclear TV, Stero, AM-FM tuner $100 6144 or 353-367.
power more attractive in the trade allowance, terms. Call
construction of aircraft carriers. Lewis 3893672. -
President Johnson said two of FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
a these reactors could power an LEARN 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 mi. NAU $115
FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) attack aircraft carrier, as com- western, square dancing. mo. Owner 7718697.
Class starting Tuesday, Sept.
pared with eight reactors required
29, 8:00 p.m. sponsored by

WE FINANCE ANYONE IN'THE, : U.s.N. four for considered the USS for Enterpriseand the USS dance PAXON club.PRANCERS Call 781-2150, square or

NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS John F. Kennedy. SP 10475. FURN APTS 557 Oak, Studio

THE SCREEN \ apt. $45 mo. 4; 3 rm apt.
$50 mo. 6 clean & comf.
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM COMMITSTHE LIKE NEW PIANO $195 EV 89886.
21" TV, needs repair $20. Bikes
100% DUPONT NYLON TUBELESS PERFECT COMEDY! 28" boys $7, girls $12. TV

Nationwide Guarantee in Writing ante anna, double stack $5, waffle UNFURN APT FOR RENT
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee Iron $5, Jap pachinko mach- Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt.,3BR,
750 x 14 3 VOn 76.95 1 FREE MY ine $10, 6541 Cooper Lane, Cedar kit equip. 3 ml. NAS $115 mo.
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE Hills. Owner 771-8697.
850x14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE r.
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE
650 X 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE CHURCH of CHRIST '
670 x 15 3 foUR 76.95 1 FREE
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.r '.' ..' MRS. J.T. KOSNIK presents ResearchSub Launched FAW-II NARTU Helos

of ,
t ft' t .'/ ppies the "All Abour book
fo Mrs. C. W. Pittman, Mrs. Ar. For Deeper RunningGroton
Wives
tfiur CasonMrs.J.P.Cullenand Fly OfficialsOn

Mn. J. R. Mockrolfi at the Jacktonville .
l Conn. (AFPS) -- The
Officers' Wives Club Navy launched a deep sea research Host Coffee
Coffee. submarine the Alum- InspectionTwo

.t inaut here Sept. 2, an event
The wives of Fleet Air Wing
which Secretary of the Navy Paul
Eleven hosted a "Kick Off helicopters of NARTUJaxflew
Nltze hailed as "of tremendous
Coffee" as the first social e- five officials of the Southern
and the
importance, for the nation
vent of the fall-winter sea- Bell the
entire free world." Telephone,Company over
Sponsored the Jacksonville hurricane-battered
son. by Jacksonville
Secretary Nitze, who spoke at
the launching ceremony disclosed Officers' Wives Club, the area, September 1L
that the submarine has a event took place on Tuesday, The flights were made to Inspect -
depth capability of about three September 15 at the Officer's the extent of damage doneto
miles and an operating radius Club, where Mrs. J. R. Mack- the telephone lines.
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wr- i ** r am a considerably In excess of any roth, Mrs. W.S. Baker, Mrs. The first helicopter, flown by

other submersible vehicles now Arthur Cason, Mrs. J. P. Cul- Lt. Cmdr. J. P. Spillis, carriedJ.
i ROOSEVELT' MAIL In operation. len, and Mrs. C. W.Plttmanwere P. Ponder, state construction

"Today we stand upon the Introduced and welcomed to the supervisor, Dick Hatcher, dis-
threshold of an era of almost club. All members, new and old, patch foreman, and D. L,Hayden,
were presented "All About" senior engineer.The .
CARWASH unlimited exploration and utilization
of the sea," the Secre- books containing useful Information second helicopter, flownby
tary said. about the club and list- Major M. E. Day of MARTD,
'We ing the many activities plannedfor carried W. K. MacNlchol, district -
OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY can reasonably expect
he added, "that with the pre- the coming year. engineer, and Bill Miller,
H 8:30 A.M. 6 P.M.tLOCATEDINTHEflOOSEVELT.MALLSHOPPINGCENTER sent Increased national effort, Mrs. J. T. Kosnlk, first vice- repair foreman.
man's conquest of the sea will president and activities chair- The flights departed NARTU
advance quickly beyond the stageof man, then urged all membersto Jax at 10:00 a. m. and returnedat
ON ROOSEVELT BLVD. exploration, where It now pri- participate In the club's activities 1:00 p. m.

EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR. DAY productive marily resides stages, into of experimen-the more four catagories which are: divided Arts Crafts Into

AUTOWAXAPPLIE.DWITH tation and exploitation. and Culture; Sports; Home
FREE Arts; and Business and Social
CAR WASH! Secretary Nitze said that
Skills. Assisting Mrs. Kosnik
in .
despite recent advances oceanographic -
research, "the amount will be Mrs. R. J. Touch, Mrs. .t

which we have learned about the Richard Stuebben, Mrs. .
sea is infinitesimal beside that Whitcomb, and Mrs. J. E. Wall.
of which remain Mrs. W. C. Scarbrough nar-
MOrO'n we ignorant.
DUVAL rated a skit In which the many 4MA
He said that at present only
-
club activities characterized
were -
Son Juan about five percent of the ocean
floor has been adequately charted by Mrs. R. D. Awbrey "

lot..OffRootevolf DUVAL but that the figure will sub- Mrs. E. A. Hungerford, Mrs.J. .
B. McFayden, Mrs. F. L.
stantially Increase with the advent -
MOTOR* Woodlief Wlesch-
Mrs. K. H.
of more sophisticated equip ,
7c hoff, Mrs. Cornelius Kasteleln, .,
ment like the Aluminaut. ,&'
Mrs. R. J. Kurth, and Mrs. W.
1.. Danforth. t-
The first special event of the w

,/ OPEN I CAN YOUTAKE I season to be sponsored by the
Jl{!r q TONIGHT YDUR CAR JOWC will be "Nights at the r
Worlds Fair" which will be > .
WITH YOU? j held In November. All proceeds

':i iNEWSED Stateside Financing And Oversea dneurone( Colt charity.Man from this. affair will be used for ri:' h1r 1 1re

DYER M. BURR '
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representingGOVERNMENT j '
CARS EMPLOYEES I It ",
FtNANCE CORPORATION Is fortunate indeed; when
ANQNTgWMTONAL he discovers his life's voca-
USED CARS SO CLEAN t / INSURANCE/ COMPANY SERVICE/ 1 at an early age; and If that

'56 IS Tltnuquana R THEY THINK THEY'RE NEW fortunate. .

BEAUTY AT TilE FAIR Anita

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drive and they, In turn, assist

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ROAD BLOCK' -Another victim of Hurricane Dora---'- which the of need. The following case taken ....' .. "
swept ,
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from the records of the Duval -
Jacksonville area, is this big tree which once stood beside the
County Chapter Is Just one example -
Dispensary. 'INavy Photo by H. J. Benson, SN '
) of Red Cross services. tJp.j ...---.
Bill N. sailed from Norfolk
LOADING UP Ground
crewmen load 750 pound content/on./
,'" aboard his ship knowing that his bombs under the wings of an 'Air Force B-52. The operation *..

wife Agnes and three children part of recent, tests o/- the Strategic; Mr _Command"t capability |'t
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were comfortablysettledinjack-
deliver conventional weapon at "the Air _Proving Ground Center;
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sonville, three blocks from her '
E< mother's home.Two weeks agohehad

no idea what his family would

do. They were in a furnished S

apartment in Norfolk when he =' I
learned that he was to go to sea ( 1

for six months. They were heavily .

In debt, had no furniture, and
p pS .
r had a three-month old baby THIS WEEKS SPECIAL

r Agnes did not want to remainin SPARKPLUG 6Cyl. $2.35 I
'" 't Norfolk where she had .
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relatives and few friends. Bill
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POWER FAILS-The power lines in 'front of the Chief's Club swing Jacksonville where he looked in COMPLETE ACCESSORIES LINE- INCLUDING OF AUTOMOTIVE FOREIGN PARTS MAKES AND

low as power poles began to topple during Hurricane Dora. 'Navy vain for a furnished apartment.

Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSN) During his search his family was COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE ,

crowded into mother's ,
Agnes' ,
three-room He could OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30: PM
apartment.
Education Offered
To
find unfurnished apartments, but SUNDAYS 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
.I he had no furniture, and be was t
not able to buy any. Finally, discouraged WOODY McCULLERS USN RET.
Of ConflictKorean
Vets Korean
and a little bitter, 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1700 HIGHWAY 17
he turned to Red Cross. A case- t JACKSONVILLE 10,"FLA. ORANGE PARK FLA. t

Conflict veterans who those Korean Conflict veterans worker sat down with Agnes and PH. 388-8031 387-7031 ph. 264-9513&264-9514-

ere on active duty on January already embarked on their figured out what her mlnumum OUR NEWEST LOCATION: 5755 ARLINGTON RD.

. 31], 1955 and have been unconditionally courses of study and to those furniture needs would be, then t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ph.T25-8644&725-8645 ,
went shopping with her. .
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Togetherthey .
discharged or released who are about to start classesnow A .altss
w from active duty within the past for summer school work or In scoured second-hand furni-
ture stores, i& bargain base-
I three years for the first time September for the Fall semester.
since that date, are reminded that The veterans may, of course, ments and got together an ade- THE
they have one semester left for continue In school after that date, quate supply of furniture for an

education and training under the but they will no longer receivean unfurnished apartment. The pur-
chase price was borne Red
Korean GI Bill.Congress allowance from the VA each by QUALITYGOES
Cross, and Agnes Is anticipating mum
has established January month to meet part of their
an time
enjoyable and
31], 1965 as the terminationdate training and living expenses. refinishing
painting unpainted furniture. Bill IN
for the
readjustment pro-
gram of education and training for Gannon pointed cut that those has gone to sea with his mind at
veterans who have failed to begin rest. BEFORETHE
B. J. .
Conflict ,
Korean veterans tatNNN
Gannon, Officer In Charge, VA their Korean GI Bill educa- COLOR

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TWENTY .. RULES AND REGULATIONS- Lady Keglers
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ANNIVERSARY OF TOE PRO-AM-;.Entrance! fee $30 per
KAY At An STATION'JACKSONVILLE 'team. Best toll from
played
INVITATIONAL scratch. 36 HOLE MEDAL-Ail Begins 25 WksLg.Action
GOLF TOURNAMENT play from scratch. handicaps.
UBOUtnUkAJI 1 OCTOdKB IK 18 holes Saturday October 10,
HOU: limA PLAT M* II OCTOK: 1M4BOLK 01
and 18 holes Sunday, October
11. All pairings and starting times
Know These Common Mistakes
will be submitted by October The Jacksonville Naval Air
4. 7. All handicaps must be certified Station's Service Wives Bowling
and regular "linlster". play Leagues rolled Into action this About Physical Fitness ?
wll be resumed after tournament past week. Friday September 11.
have at the NAS Bowling Lanes located -
players teed off.
sou KEOAL: fLAT in Dldg. 3. Let's face It; life is easier than it ever was before!Push button gad-
CPI'TO ALL AMATEOU The first weeks action started gets make It easier to do everything from opening cans to switching TV
Mp Yr d........ six teams of the Lady"Keglers" channels without even rising from your chair.
CDIPUIIDftAn' aXXYAQPAtTY on a twenty-five weeks schedule But what's happening to our bodies? Too many of the nation's youngsters -
BOMBAY.II OCTOBEt! with games being played every are overweight and lacking strength and stamina. Experts claim:
Friday night.starting at 7:30}p.m. we're turning into a nation of softies I
Rolling the high game in the Misconceptions regarding the physical fitness of our school children
STARS & STRIPES first weeks action, was Elanor were made apparent in 1961 when nearly one-third of 200,000
t WEBB'St Pearson of the Typhoons, who youngsters tested for President's Council on Physical Fitness failedto
turned in a 197 total meet minimum fitness standards. The minimum test I included three
PROFESSIONAL The high set was turned in by basic exercises-pullups to measure arm and shoulder strength, slt-
t Pearl Stankaites of the BUzzards ups to measure flexibility and abdominal strength and squat thruststo
LAUNDRYDRY & who rolled a 498. measure agility.
Turning in split conversionswere One of the mast common mis-
Doc Stewart of the BUz- takes regarding physical fitnessis
CLEANERS zards who got a five-ten split; thinking! that weekend bouts of
Marie Brown, of the Typhoons streuous exercise make up for a
ACROSS RAILROAD FROM who got a eight-ten split; and whole week of sitting on the side
SEAFARERS t NAS Kay Felton. of the Hurricanes, lines. According to Stan Muslal
who captured a threeseventensplit. Special .
THE YUKON, FLORID dent on
ONLY STAR MACHINEIN t The results of the first weeks most ,,
TOWNPAT'S ONE FRIEND action are: ber :
W.L Total Pins is to :
TAILOR SHOP TELLS ANOTHER"NEXT Tornadoes 3-1 2688 on : iil.j
TO WFBB'SPOWELL Monsoons 3-1 2570 ; '
Hurricanes 3-1 2499 that too .
Typhoons 1-3 2552 age the !
BUzzards 1-3 2525 After
Cyclones 1-3 2469 effects to
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PromotionalsSeptember UDD

Service SharpshootersThe


aU-in-fun intra-service rivalry between the Navy and Marine 23The
Corps had a chuckly twist at the close of the 1964 National Rifle and
pistol Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. A Morine took a championship -
away from a Marine:
Chief Pen .Office+ aantel; F. Morine became the first member of Naval Air Stations Judo attend one of the weekly meetings,
the Navy to win the National Service Rifle Championship by firingan Promotlonals set for. this past Bldg. 726.
892-76 score to lift the crown won last year by Marine Sgt. Frank Saturday September 12, were
Kruk. cancelled due to the obnoxious Mens classes are held every

Officials of the month-long meet, held annually in August at Florida weather. The new date Monday and Wednesday evenings
Camp Perry, declared, that it was one of the best. Shooting was set for the promotionals is Sep- from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30p.m.boysclasses
excellent, they said, in all three phases pistol small-bore and tember 23, at 6 p.m. (ages 6-16)) every Satur-
high-power rifle. Any persons interested In day morning from 10 a.m. to
And as usual servicemen came away with their share of the top teaming the art of Sport Judo, 12 noon; and girls classes (from
prizes and then some. In open competition servicemen were dominant either male or female from six six'and up) every Saturdayafternoon
old on is welcomed to from 12 noon to 1:30
among the top 10 finishers in nearly every event. years up p.m. PASS IASTER-Th /Voral Acmdemy't
Early in the matches competitors on the pistol firing line stepped All-Amrrlcan quarterback,
back and gave quite a polite little patter of applause to a man whose
pistol skills have made his name an Institution at Camp Perry. This Public Dove Hunting To Be Roger Slaubach, straddles Bill XV,
rare tribute was for Sgt.' William B. Blankenship, who won an the Navy mascot, at the Middle
unprecedented fifth straight National Pistol Championship with a final gather for a preseason practice
score of 2642-112. He also repeated as Regular Service champion and ,r.on. Last season Staubach, a
climaxed his fine display of shooting by winning the National Trophy Provided For Reg. HuntersTwo matter of the forward pass, led' .

Individual Match. As if that wasn't enough, Sgt. Blankenship also Navy to a 9.1 season, Including a
repeated as winner In the Center Fire category, the Preliminary victory over areh.r'"". Army.
Aggregate and the Center Fire Preliminary.Other public: dove
hunting fields will be provided for
servicemen who emerged from the matches as shootingstars In the northeast region by the Game and Freshwater Fish Commission sportsmen -tIi! ". :CI
are Army Capt. Presley W. Kendall CWO James E. Hill during the 1964-65 hunting season, according to Regional ::
Manager
Marine Corps, and A 1C Middleton W. Tompkins, Air Force. Brantley Goodson. .
Captain Kendall took one of the two most coveted small-bore champ- One of the fields win be on the Camp Blanding Wildlife L Which teams participated In
ionships when his 1557-74 score won for him the National Position Area in and Management the first Intercollegiate football
Clay County the other will be the Norman Sanchez
Championship. Mr. Hill copped the National Prone Championship In Field in Suwannee County A $2.00 dally dove field permit In addi- game, and in what year?
the small-bore class with a 4739-379. He also took top honors In tion to regular hunting license Is required for all hunters, 2. What are the positions on-
the Prone Any-Sight Match, Prone Team Fund Aggregate, 50-yard residents 65 years of age or older. except an Ice hockey team?
Metallic Sight Match and 100-yard Metallic Sight Match. The Camp Blandlng Field will 3. Jack Dempsey won the

Airman Tompkins won the National High-power Bolt Rifle Champ- be open for a limited number of Is to provide the hunter with a world's heavyweight title July 4,
ionship with a 79481. He first won the title In 1958, then again last hunters on October 7, 14, 21, convenient place to pursue his 1919. Where did the fight take
year. Airman Tompkins also won two other trophies in this year'shighpower and 28. Hunters who wish to sport and to attempt to Insure place.?
competition.In participate In these hunts must average hunter success" Good- 4. Stand nock, draw and release
team competition Army, Marine Corps and Air Force names obtain an application from the office son said. "The fields have been are positions in what sport?

appeared among the top five positions in nearly every team event. of the Game and Fresh Water planted with both corn and mil- (Answers to Quiz)
Service women had their say too. WAC Capt. Sallie L. E. Carroll, Fish Commission In Lake let."
.
and WAC Spy Barbara HUe stood silent In the sunshine as their City. The application, with a Additional information concerning h dtaga1V .
weapons barked out victories In the National Women's Pistol Matchesand check to cover cost of permit, the dove fields may be "OJ1IO. 'OpjOj -c
the Women's Service Rifle Matches, respectively. must be completed and mailed obtained by writing the Com- SU1M'Etri'la1uao'aSUalap'asuapp'ltO
back to the Lake City office priorto mission's office in Lake City. ; *) *zf
October JL 01 g 'UOM waSjnn 6981
Relocation Of Florida Wildlife The Sanchez Field will be open 9 'AON "[ 'N 'WMSUIUO f M N
each Wednesday and Saturday of is slaving put UOlaorltd: jgPRrA
the dove season. Permits v'"
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Concludes Trapping OperationsHundreds be sold at the field, and th
will be no limit on the numl
of hunters who can partlclp QPRr
in 32 different lo- 9C
relocated
of Florida wild tur- and In each hunt
key and white tail deer are find- cations. Turkeys were trappedon "The main purpose of theca PARTS o OZ '
Ing new homes as the Game and the Fisheating Creek refuge mission's dove field progn JM1 <,Mt
Fresh Water Fish Commission In Glades County.
concludes one of the most suc-
cessful big game trapping'operations UNLIMITED I

since the program of relocating IMPOSSIBLE??
native wild game was Initiated "EVERYTHING ELECTRONIC"

According fifteen to years A. ago.D. Aldrich, YOUR MONEY MEANS. MORE AT A PARTS UNLIMITED STORE!
YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT!! .
Commission "
director, the trap- .HI.FI'tt M
1' C-B GEAR S
ping and relocating program con-
sists of live trapping wild tur- c.- PARTS & SUPPLIESEQUIPMENT 'Y IJ -
key and deer In areas not available ; WE CARRY EVERY MAJOR BRANDI C

to public hunting. Once
trapped the game animals and EICO SCOTT HARMON KARDON FISHER GAR-
birds are transported and released RARD SYLVANIA HALLICRAFTERS HAMMER

on various wildlife manage- LUND GONSET JOHNSON WEN WELLER -
ment areas or other areas BLONDER TONGUE TURNER SHURE STANCOR-
where suitable wildlife habitatIs
ASTATIC SONOTONE RMS. EMPIRE PICKERING .
found but where the native
SONY SPRAGUE JENSEN AND MANY MOREl
deer
or turkey population Is low YNwr __ _
or the carrying capacity of the p t X
range has not been reached.
Deer trapping consisted of
185 deer being trapped and relocated ADDITIONAL 5 % DISCOUNTON
In 25 different locations.
ANY f fU"CHA.E l;to .-. 'H rw A ?
Deer were trapped on a private
ranch located InDuvalCounty and 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
on closed portions of the Eglln STORE HOURS: MON. thru SAT. 10 A.M. 9 P.M.

Air Force Reservation. In add- (SEPARATE DINING, CURVE DRIVE,
ition to the Florida trapping pro- PER MONTHBlilAIR' PARTS UNLIMITEDELECTRONIC
gram, a total of 51 Texas deer $67.00
received for a trade of 25 Flor- CENTERS
ida turkeys were released In CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

three different locations. Another 3704 maDding Bhd. Phone SP ,1-0300 _
shipment of deer Is expected I sear Gateway Shopping Center sear st.. fcholas Shopping Centcrj
to arrive from North Carolina :3834 Norwoodc.. Z636 Atlantic Bouletard
in the near future. Tel. .No. 768-9G02 Tel. Xo. 339.2366JWWbIJWUWI
Turkey trapping consisted of SOUTH BLANDiNGON LEFT
484 wild turkeys being trapped



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Nat'l Ranking & Bowl Bids .o o. -



Go To Same Collegiate TeamsOn "



the collegiate football front the rules have been amended AFP...Wally F..ture)
again a few coaches have changed jobs the bowl picture is any- By S/Sct. Ron Harwood, USMC

body's guess but the same old faces should again show up in the
national rankings and win the bowl bids. Servicemen find many ways to UNDER

In fact you can substitute the pre-season ratings from 1955, 1961 relax during off-duty hours,
1959--or any year in the past decade, ---and not be far from the 1964 and a trip through the fields
pre-season concensus. and forests with a trusty .22
Almost any pre-season rating State, Michigan Purdue and pos- in search of small game or just NEW
you picK up will include these sibly Indiana. Its one of these "pllnklng" Is one of the more
teams: Illinois, Texas Navy, "rebuilding" years for the rest. popular methods to ease strain.
Perm St., USC Ohio St., Auburn, Pacific Coast---Washington, A large; selection of weaponsto AGEMEN1
Alabama, Mississippi, Duke UCLA, California and USC playIt choose from (at the last
North Carolina,.Arkansas, Oklahoma rough and play It close--- count there were 60 or more
Michigan, Washington and this year (Is no exception. The models of ,22's on the market), I r
Syracuse. Sound familiar? Huskies, however, have Junior and Inexpensive ammunition keep
Big Ten---Illinois has the inside Coffey. Stanford and Oregon State the rim fire weapon high on the
track on a second straight are on the upswing"SouthwesternTexas popularity list.
league title. But tugging for the was unbeaten Whether your taste runs to a
Rose Bowl ticket will be Ohio last year, but It didn't single-shot or an automatic,
have It easy. Arkansas and Rice there is a gun to suit you In
will make it even closer this this category. With ammunition
l season. SMU and Baylor, both averaging two cents a round,
young but loaded, will help make present day "Dan'l Boones"are
the league very tough. afforded many hours of enjoyment -
Big Eight---The Sooners think in the field. 12695
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