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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 24, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 22 NO. 30. U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION
JACKSONVillE FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 24, 1964
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Florida-Based Coast GuardsmenAid Local Units Participating In .. ...1

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Fleeing Cuban RefugeesMiami .. US-Canadian Antisub ExercisesMany i l


AFPS--The waters between the Florida J< and the \
( eys units based in the Jacksonville area are participating In a
coast of Cuba have become a gateway to freedom for thousands of joint. Canadian-United States antisubmarine warfare exercise whichis

Cuban refugees fleeing the communist island. t ... \. now underway in the Atlantic. Antisubmarine warfare ships and
Since Castro came to power, the Coast Guard along has aided aircraft from East coast Canadian bases and from United States
more:; than 6,000 refugees in small boats at sea or stranded on one bases from Argentia to the Caribbean as well as the U. S. Coast

of the Cay Sal Bank islands, a Guard, Naval Reserve, and certain U. S. Air Force units from '

group of small coral islands off by passing tankers, trawlers and the East coast are also participating under the operational control ;
the north coast of Cuba.
of ASW commanders.
pleasure boats in the Florida I
The Seventh Coast Guard Dis- straits. They call the Coast Guardto Jacksonvlle-based units involved low, W. C. Lowe, English, For- r-

trict, headquartered here, main- report the sighting and helpis in the exercise are under est Royal, Harwood, McCaffrey,
taines dally air and sea patrolsto soon on the way.Occasionally the command of Rear Admiral and C. R. Ware, plus the Fleet
meet the responsibility of sav- Robert Goldthwaite CommanderFleet Oiler Kaskaskia. '
there will be SAILOR OF MONTHJamesG. ,
ing lives and property at sea. children, even tiny babies, In the Janlcowiak, ADR1, is con Air, Jacksonville and The ASW forces are being ,
Coast Guard patrol vessels comb Commander Anti- opposed by U. S. and Canadian- -
small escape craft. Early this gratulated by Capt. J. R. Mac. Jacksonville
the waters of the Caribbean while based submarines acting as the
submarine Warfare
a British patrol vessel picked Group.
year kroth, NAS CO, after he was
Coast Guard aircraft
amphibious Three units of Fleet Air
up nine refugees In a small Wing enemy.
selected the
as August .Sailor
watch from above."Assisting .
Eleven based here Involved. The operation Is designed to
boat off the Keys. There were are
Cuban refugees at eight In the when of the Month. (Navy Photo by They are Patrol Squadrons 5, exercise the Canadian and United .
has become search and persons party Jim Patrick, AN) I
sea res- the boat left Cuba. The ninth wasa 16, and 18.Locallybased. States ASW Commacd and con-
cue work on a production line Naval Reserve trol organization and facilities,
born
baby at sea during the JankowiakCops
basis," says Read Admiral I J. trip. units are also taking part under and their operating forces in
Stephens, Seventh District Com- the direction of Captain C. W. simultaneous operations over a
mander. "They make the trip in OutstandingSailor Plttman Commanding Officer of large geopraphic area. It is also

almost anything that will float. the Naval Air Reserve Training designed to improve the ASW \
Each refugee boat that leaves the Honors.James Unit. --- -.- readiness of Canadian and U. S.
"
INVENTORY CLOSES
coast of Cuba is a potential distress (!i. Junkowiak, ADI'l.) : was In addition to active duty per- forces, including the reserves, .:
case for the Coast Guard. COMMISSARY TUES. recently commended as the August sonnel and the officers and men Coast Guard and the participating "
Most of the boats are small, Sailor of the Month in the office of of Air WIng Staff74 who are working Air Force units.
dangerously overcrowded and All patrons are advised that (Captain .J. I It.! Mackroth, NAS CO. round-the-clock with the exercise The two-week exercise, In I
carry little or no provisions.It the NAS Jax Commissary will lankowiak has successfully completed five of NARTU's reserve which almost 100ships and nearly

Is not uncommon to find an be closed, Tuesday, September 16 correspondence courses air squadrons are Involved on a 300 aircraft are participating, is
18-foot sail boat with 20 desti- and 6 service schools \\lth this conducted Commander
29, for the quarterly inventory. part-time basis. These units include being by
tute refugees on board. In many background he has been selected as Antisubmarine Squadrons Antisubmarine Warfare Forces, ,.
Regular hours will be resumed the Education and Training
I'ettyUfficer
cases the boats must be abandoned 741, 742, 743 and Patrol Squad- U. S. Atlantic Fleet, VAdm ,
Career Counselor and lie-
at sea due to their unsea- 30. Wednesday, September enlistment I Interviewer in his Divi rons 741 and 742.Mayportbased. Charles E. Weakley, and Canadian -
worthy condition. sion. warships involved Maritime Commander

Often the refugees are spotted Ills recommendation read In part: are the destroyers Bige- Atlantic, RAdm J, V. Brock.

"Ills pride and attitude and efficient
Coast Guard Academy Entrance management of education and President Gives Nation's Highest j
training In the division has enabledhis

Exam To Be Given In DecemberThe shipmates mr\ advancement.to be suitably prepared Civilian Award To 30 AmericansWASHINGTON i

lie was also selected for his ability -
annual nationwide competition for appointment of Cadets to the to effectively lead and direct
United States Coast Guard Academy will commence December 5, subordinates! which clearly demon- (AFPS) Thirty Americans received the nation's
1964, with the administration of the College Entrance Examination strates an outstanding performanceof highest civilian recognition-the Presidential Medal of Freedom-from
Board Tests. ethnical( and supervisory ability President Johnson here Sept. 14.

The Academy, located at New London, Connecticut, Is fully accredited in his present rate.Jankowiak's. During a noon ceremony In the White House the President said their
and operates under scholastic and military standards slml- .J I recommendationalso achievements, "Have made freedom stronger for all of us."
liar to those of Annapolis.. West Point, and.the Air Force Academy.It stated that his military and professional Among the 30 presented the
provides professional training performance of his dutiesare Medal of Freedom were:

to young men who are candidates Service Contest sidered extremely outstanding.effective and con- Base Opens For Clarence L, Johnson, the aircraft ;i

for commissions and engineer who designed the U-2 .... .., .i\
He is married to the former Miss
careers In the Coast Guard.Suc- Will Pick 1964 Betty Vincent of Saginaw,Mich.and Polaris Subs In reconnaissance plane and the ;
cessful completion of the four they reside with their three childrenat A-112,000 mlle-an-hour Interceptor i
year course leads to a com- PhotogOfYearWashington 3953 Hodby Dr., .Jacksonville. Bangor Wash.Bangor ; Samuel Eliot Morrison,
mission in the regular Coast sailor and historian noted for his I
Guard and a Bachelor of Science (CAI''I'Snlltary) : Where Oh Where Has I Wash. (AI-I'S-.lieforethe) histories of naval affairs; Carl
degree. photographers and Information per- end of this year the first I I'. S. bal- VInson retiring chairman of the
sonnel are invited to enter the sixth listic missile submarine will beon patrol Armed Services Com-
based on the Red House
Appointments are Our Gone?
annual world-wide 1''. S. Armed Dog in Pacific waters, as Polar sub
mittee and Dean
U.S.
eligibility standings of those who Acheson
In the Forces llcture Contest West Merlin (API'S'Hover} leanO'er" marines are now patrolling Atlantic Secretary of State from 1949 to
successfully compete to active .
Open only duty military and Mediterranean waters.At
might well be the title of a saga
examinations. Only those candidates personnel, the contest is sponsoredby enacted in this split city. the commissioning ceremony of 1953.
standing highest on the -\atlonall'ress Photographers An East (;erman police dog named this country's second Polaris missile The medal, redesigned by the
list are assured of appointment. Association, 'I'Diversity of Missouri I llarro may have decided that he assembly facility, Navy SecretaryPaul late President Kennedy, has a
A candidate's'' standing Is deter- and World Hook Encyclopedia had enough of communist lire., Ill' II. \Itze explained, "Hringing gold background of eagles' with
mined by combining his College Science Service. jumped into the 50-yard-wldc l.and- Polaris to the Pacific will give this' Interlocking'spread wing, a red
Board scores, high school classstanding The top award "Military: Photographer wchr ('anal recently and "Dog-pad nation a much-needed flexibility in shield, a five-pointed white star
and evaluation mark. of the Year" goes to the died" tothe I.S. sectorinthcbo rough its over-all force strength-both stra- and 13 white stars on 'a central

The evaluation mark is assignedby contestant each of the submitting six categories.To best. entries in of Krcuzbcrg while five excited and( tegic and tactical"Current plans call for deployment field of blue. The ribbon Is blue,
,the Cadet Candidate Evalua- !soon to he exasperated! >)> communist
In white.
qualify for photos must edged
entry of seven Polaris submarines to the
policeman shouted
(ome back
tion and leadership background, have been taken and initially pub- llarro. Here llarro. Here lIarro." Pacific. The first to go on patrol The Medal of Freedom origin- '... _
and the records submitted with lished by news media or a military llarro, however, seeking his fortune will be the CSS Daniel Hoonc. ally established In 1945, with the -
his application.To newspaper between .Ian. 1 and or whatever else entices police "Apart from the nuclear retaliatory new design adopted In 1963, Is the I
qualify for nomination,eachh Dec 15 of 1964. Only photographs dogs, dldn'tl'Venluokback.llec\'cn- capabilities which a Polaris fleet on highest civilian honor that a '
ratk must meet the followCwrrtnued covering military affairs areeligibie. tually ended up In a West German: patrol In the Pacific will have," the President can bestow In peace-

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J. R. EdwardsWe

SUNDAY are all very much aware of the fact that this is a presidential

T7 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy election year. It is difficult for us to escape this fact for all aw t
Communion us we find the vast forces of our twentieth century news media Constantly -
9:30 a. m. Service of Divine reminding us. This is proper and good, for we know that a
."'-- Worship well Informed citizenry is a bastion of our democracy.
9:30 a. m. Sunday School for Although all of you that read this article may not be eligible to
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 vote, because of your minority, it may still be an election year for
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine you. The Whoup-La and Bally-Hoo of the campaign trail may not be
Worship as Impressive but it is the election of whether we are saved or not,
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship There are, however only three votes cast in this "eternal election",
1C! ct God has one vote, the devil has one vote, and we have one vote God
WEDNESDAY in his infinite love and mercy votes for us. The devil casts his ballot

.. --... .. iA against us. Lastly, we make our choice and cast our vote. The same
: .-::> G.. -, ,. ) 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal obligations and responsibilities are encumbent upon us in this
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--"" spiritual election as In the Presidential, or any civil election, and
.. '_.. .".r .- --- :P 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal that Is to be Informed. Again, as In our national election, the majority

G. ... wins. '
; : rc- s ? 12:00 m. Holy Communion,
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Have you lived up to you spiritual obligations as a citizen in the
;; y Also on all Holy Days kingdom of God? What will be outcome of your election be? How do
; ; Catholic Services at St. Ed-
:: you vote?
YXIJJNEFIT Hospital ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval


SUNDAY MASS Case History Given By
EditorialBy 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed-

both tradition and regulation, members of the Armed Forceson ward's Chapel Children's Home
active duty do not engage in political campaigns, but In common SocietyThe
with all other citizens, they have the right--and the duty--to vote. DAILY MASS
Three oui of every four men and women in the service today are
--.. .. of voting age. But not even that high a ratio of eligible military 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel following case history comes from the files of the Child
voters bothers to cast his or her ballot. MONDAY & TUESDAY ren's Home Society, Northeastern Division.[ Although the Robert's
"What harm Is there If I don't vote?" a serviceman might ask. story is a composite of many such stories, each detail In It Is true.
There's a good deal of harm to the country when any citizen failsto 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC Approximately 20 local Navy couples became adoptive parents through
exercise this right. FRIDAY Northeastern Division of the Children's Home Society in 1963. For
The U. S. government would not be representative of the majoritywere 12:05 Naval many this was the first child; for others the first by adoption although
only a few people to vote. If only a slim majority went to the p.m. U.S. Hospital there were one or more already In the family, by birth; and for still
polls, minority opinion could determine the election's outcome and SATURDAY others, first children were adopted anywhere from Hawaii to Germ

the government still be unrepresentative. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY 1 any_ _with_ .L longer-than-hoped-for_ . waits between, before they got to Flor-
History cites case after case in which a person's individual liberties ica ana me agency's welcome mat.
have been lost because the majority of the citizens ignored their Young Cynthia and Dan Robertshad years. This happened again in
balloting responsibilities.A always wanted children. In their next location and their
look at most countries that have experienced dictatorial formsof 7:00 Masses p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before fact in their courtship days they spirits sank. They were feel f

government shows the dictators come into power not by the will of Catechism Classes had talked about six youngsters"to awfully old too; they were in tbtlt
Grade School
majorities but with the support of aggressive minorities aided by the : begin with". Theybothcamefrom late twenties.
indifference of the majority.In SATURDAY large healthy families and Finally their orders brought
the Soviet Union, the Communist Party, when it seized power, 10:00 believed in them. They became them to Jacksnville and one of
represented only a small fraction of the Russian people. Mussolini's a.m. All Saints' Activities worried when, after two and a half the first things they did was tc
722
Fascists in Italy numbered only a handful when they marched on building years of marriage no babies had phone the Northeastern Divisionof
__ Rome, Nazi Gemany had polled less than a third of the votes when come along; and it was a real the Children's Home Societyof
Hitler took control of the government.In blow, a year later, to have the Florida. Imagine their relief
each case, rule by a minority destroyed the freedoms of all Traffic Navy doctor's report that there and joy to be told: "Of coursewe
President Lincoln once said, "Ballots are the rightful and peace- never would be any born to them. take applications from Navy per
ful successors of bullets." ViolationsThe They did their best to consoleand sonnel" and "yoo're not at alltoo
A citizen who fails to use his vote is like a combat soldier who reassure each other but also old, you wouldn't be even if yen
fails to use his weapon. As citizens in uniform, military personnel began to avoid their friends who had come ten years from now",
should shoulder, with civilians, the responsibility of all Americansto following is a report of had families, and look the other There, followed promptly a series
defend the Nation's democratic institutions with their votes as motor vehicle accidents and traffic way when a baby appeared within of appointments together and sep
they are prepared to do by force of arms. (AFPS) violations for the period Sep- view. This lasted for awhile. arately to talk about adoptions,

tember 13 through September 19. Came the day, though, when about their marriage and their
one of them they never could Ideas about parenthood. There
Freedom Our Rests On Law Number of AccidentsThis quite remember which mentioned were physical examination, a financial

ADOPTION. They mulled this statement, and a request
week September 13 through thought over awhile with all the for references, too. A couple appointments
Ed. Note: The following editorial was written By Marc Whetstone, September 19 . 10 fears and questions that had be rescheduledat
JOl, former Editor of' Jax Air News and published in the April Total Accidents this year through are typical to
Finally accomodate
they garnered e- the last minute to
30 issue this year. Congressman Charles Bennett had this editoral September 19 . 181 nough courage to phone an adop- Uncle Sam's cruise orders but
entered in the Congressional Record and word has been received Number of Accidents through tion agency in the community within two and a half
even
so
,
that the same editorial has been nominated for an award in the September 1963 . 213 where were then living they had that
months of
only to beginning
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Awards of the Freedom's Foundation Total number of days since last learn that
current Program at Valley Navy couples were not wonderful letter saying they were
in vehicle
Forge. It is now reprinted for those who may have missed the injury accident. 41 eligible as they did not have resi- approved for placement of a baby

April 30 issue. Number of ViolationsThis dence and could not evenguarantee The letter came just In time togo

This year Law Day will be observed tomorrow, May L It Is parti- staying there for two more on their Christmas tree.
cularly appropriate that once each year we take time to consider and week . . 70 I -
reflect ypon the processes of law which are the foundation rock upon Speeding . . 13
which our Institutions and, freedoms rest. Reckless Driving . 1
Our law is not the will of any Individual but Is shaped by logic, Going through Stop Sign 4 JAX AI'R
history, custom and utility, and only comes Into being when a sub- Other Violations . 52 NE'WS'r'
stantial segment of the population approve It. Twenty-six drivers appeared-
Our law thus expressed the opinion of the majority as to what con- before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
stitutes accepted standards of conduct with due protection for minority the meeting held on September The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise
views.In 21. Disposition of the cases distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
a state unless chaos is to prevail the population must learn to live Includes the following: eighteen Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt] Publishing Company a
and work and law these interrelationships. Each individual private firm. AIRNE'vs
together governs lost driving and parking pri- KA for use in the JAX
who desires to see his state free and civilized had an obli- vileges aboard station for vari- must forwarded to the Service Information Office,
the laws which his has evolved for his revolt Box 2, NAS before
gation to obey community ous periods; seven were assigned Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday .
weakens the fabric of order and freedom. publication. News ces.
to complete an eight-hour items are welcomed from aU) sour
Thus law involves a dovetailed obligation for the individual; he hasa course in remedial driving Instructions Telephone EV..9-7711, Ext. $162.
.... role shaping It and it is his duty to obey it, and his failure on either ; six were given sus- Advertisements are solicited by the publlsherand queries
end will result in bad law or flaunted law and chaos. pended penalties; one was given Company concerning such should be directed to the Holt PuW shin-....
With; these thoughts in mind every individual ought to take time to a warning; four were dismissed Telephone, 4724 ClYde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida
redldlcatp. himself to fulfill his civic,obligations shaping and influen- and nine were referred to commanding -; 359-4040 or 359-0271.
cing' the process of law; and remember that his proper obedience to officers for possible
VOL.
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KEni."aW ; Deep Freeze'65 to Include 3,000 ServicemenWashington j


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(AM'sj) -. More than assigned by the Marine' Corps and struction of a modem dispensary. ,
3,000 members of the t I'. Armed Hoyal New Zealand Navy.Of Of 285 men wintering over in I
Forces will take part In the 10th major importance in DeepFreeze Antarctica, 35 are civilian scientists .
annual Operation Deep l Freeze '65 Is erection of the United and the rest are Navy personnel. ,I
scheduled to get underway from States' sixth scientific research Operation Deep Freeze men fly
(hrist-church, New Zealand, Oct. 1. station, Palmer Station, a new the aircraft man the ships, and erect
Hear Admiral .lames J I U!. I'ecdy, camp on Anvers Island devoted to the structures in Antarctica,supporting -
Commander, i I', S. \avul Support biological and glaciological studies. the National Science Founda ..
/ 7 s'y I Force Antarctica, isln(hristChurch Four L' S. Navymen and five scientists tion's I t.. S. Antarctic Research: Pro
making preparations this year's will spend the winter at this gram.
first attempted flight to McMurdo Station station. This ,year's massive airlift, flying
in conjunction with Deep) Freeze McMurdo Station thelargest'ofthe' thousands of pounds of cargo and I
9s 1965.In Antarctic bases and hub of logistic, passengers to Antarctica and isolated
early July, a rescue plane air- support for Deep Freeze, will re- Inland stations, is expected to I
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ENSIGN PAUL R. lYON presently War Orphans Merit Promotion
attocted fo.VP-5 receivedthe

North Amerkon Aviation Award Get Tuition PaidBy

for 1964 from Cdr. JosephT.
Kowiik, XO of VP-5. In addi- the opening day of school. Program'The
130: ) children of living veterans of
tion to the award Lyon receiveda and
Florida who are totally
personal letter of congratulations disabled from ser-
permanently following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted In
from RAdm. George P. vice-connected causes have been
station's Merit Promotion Program.
Koch, Chief of Naval Air Reserve approved by the Veterans Administration accordance with the
U. REPAIR DEPARTMENT
AND
Ens. who grad for under the War OVERHAUL
Training. Lyon study
Addington, Forrest E. from Inspector (Aircraft Airframes) to Air-
uated with a private pilot'slicense Orphans Education Assistance craft Quality Control Specialist. GS-7.

is currently awaiting program. children Florida Boettiger, John A. from Aircraft Cleaner to Aircraft Ordnance Me-
:.orders to the US Naval Schoolof Many more for chanic.
Preflight where he will start are assistance expected under to be the eligible programIn Brandon, Robert M. from Inspector (Aircraft Electronics Systems) to

training in pursuit of his NavalAviator' Aircraft Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
pursutothelrcolleegecatrses.or
wings. (Navy Photo) non-college courses leading BROOS, James S. from Apprentice (Aircraft Electrician) to Aircraft -

B. J. Cannon Electrician
gainful employment
OJC VA Office Jacksonville Clapp, William M. from Production Dispatcher to Radio Mechanic.
,
Fla. said recently. Davis, Herbert L. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft

Extension of the program to Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
MNT1Y children other than those of deceased Freeman Robert G. from Inspector (Aircraft Electrical Systems) to
,43tPIZ7A service-connected vet Aircraft Quality Control Specialist GS-7.
erans has been In effect only Haley, Darrell D. from Production Dispatcher to Radio Mechanic.

,( & DINING BOOM since July 7 when President Harris, Joseph E. from SupvO. Production Controller (Aircraft),
Production Controller (Aircraft) GS-13.
GS-12 to Supvy.
J
the law.
..PREMIUM BEER STEAKS Johnson signed new
-CHOICE CUT
This new law extends the program Henderson, James M. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Air-
.I 'itftLUN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI' to children of veterans of craft Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
the Spanish-Smerlcan War, Hodge. Truby from Helper, Airframes Mechanic to Airframes Worker.
rlufteee World War I World War H. the Holder, Maxwell 1. from Production Dispatcher to Radio Mechanic.
Korean Conflict and the peace- Howard Landfcy V. from Production Dispatcher to Radio Mechanic.
our special? time service who have been permanently Joura Ralph K. (rem Inspector (Aircraft' Airframes) to Aircraft
NKDERICKSONla and totally disabled by Quality Control Specialist GS-?.
the Heart of Cedar Hills illness or injury attributable Kimberly, Lawrence from Inspector (Aircraft Airframes) to Air-
either to their wartime service craft Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.

3619 Standing Blvd Ph. 771-0170 or, in the case of peacetime Leek, Dale L. from Hepper Bindery to PKotocopylng-Equlpment
veterans, to disabilities received Operator.
#' In line of duty.Eligible Lnvisi!, Daniel Jr. from Inspector (Aircraft Airframes) to Aircraft
children receive bene- Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
: fits up to $110 a month for fun McDanleL Vernon D. from Electronics Mechanic (Aircraft Systems)
r --.v. i II 0 T OI\ time enrollment and proportionately to Production Controlman (Electronics Mechanic).
lower amounts for part time Merriam, Jack W. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft
s... Ivan ,
Control Specialist. GS-7.
study, while pursuing their Quality
let..Off. jjjYf J. courses selected with the aid of Mood, David A. from Inspector (Aircraft Engines) to Aircraft Quality
counseling experts In the VA. Control Specialist, GK7.
fteocetref Courses on the high school level Murphy, Clyde C. Jr. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Air-
are not permitted.Age craft Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
limits are set at 18 to Murphy, James E. from Inspector (Aircraft Electrical Systems) to
23, but In certain ,cases excep- Aircraft Quality Contrgl Specialist, GS-7.
tions may be made. Handicapped Padgett Ruby S. from Office Machine Operator, GS-2 to Clerk-
children who may have to take Typist, GS-3.
oral special training may start at age Phifer, Clayton C. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft
14. At the same time, studies Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
I may be pursued after age 23 Roberts, Charles B. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft
In certain cases, like students. Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.
who serve with the Armed Forces Robinson Willie J. from Production Dispatcher to Radio Mechanic.
.. before their 23rd birthday. Mar- SWilley, Wilton E. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft
NEWS CARS riage does not preclude participation Quality Control Specialist, GS-7.

by those otherwise qua- Toughton. John a from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft
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Nominations' Now Being NWC #86 ''i,I:

Adapts
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Made For Navy AwardsAttention From



is again being focused on) the Navy League's National A-
The members of
wards Board which meets every year to receive nominations for,
and select recipients of the five annual Navy League Awards. Again, Club Jax #86 met I
.
this year the Awards Board has Indicated concern over.the qualityand day evening at
quantity of nominations received In past years.The nature of these at the Naval Air
awards demands that only the most deserving! and qualified nominees Mrs. Wilbert Wagner I
be selected, requiring that the Guests were
Master-at-Arms and
most thoughtful consideration be of the Navy League ((1955-57)). members voted
used In making nominations.The REAR ADMIRAL WILLIAM S. were
board urges each one todo PARSONS AWARD for scientificand At this meeting,the -
terminated their ,
their utmost to Insure that the technical progress to be a-
on the
awards are continued In the vein warded to that naval officer,Marine voting
changes of the
In which they were originated to Corps officer, enlisted man, which will be
recognize and honor Navywideand or civilian who has made an out- National Convention : :
nationwide contributions In standing contribution in any field
October at San
1 the Important and specific fields of science which has futhered the
I Thomas J. Bennett,
t of endeavor. As guide lines for development and progress of the
dent of the club,
submitting nominations Itshouldbe Navy or Marine Corps.Reclpelnt amentarian for Mrs.
mentioned that the board must last year;Rear Admiral Denys W.
by, who was unable
be able to make Its decisions on Knoll, USN.STEPHEN.
meeting.One .
the content of those nominations DECATUR AWARDfor j
of the
submitted. This requires that all operational competence to be the ? I
meeting was
nominations be fully substantiated awarded to that naval officer, /
tures of the club's ;
and reflect a careful and con- Marine Corps officer, or enlisted /
the Navy Wives j
scientious evaluation of the nom- man who has made an out I
'!nee. Local distinction Is not enough standing personal contribution In Plan.1960 through The club the today.'i( ) 1 '

for the Intent of the awards the course of actual naval opera- chairman that
stresses contributions that enhance tions which has advanced the respondence, I /

the stature of the entire readiness and competence of mails gifts to the / '
Naval Establishment. Nomina- the naval service. This award
Besides this, the club
tions should be precise and com- ranks In the same significant $10 monthly for
pletely justified and while not catagory as the John Paul Jones Dimitra Masgalla a
limited to the calendar year of Award and exceptional consid- and sends her extra
1964, shoulc stress accomp- eration should be exercised In birthday and at t : t

lishments during that period. selecting nominees. Recipientlast The pictures were i i
The five annual awards forwhich year: Vice Admiral ThomasH. Wilbert Wagner,
nominations are being accepted Moorer, USN. \
by her son Jack, who
.
Include the following: ALFRED THAYER MAHAN A- attached to one of t
JOHN PAUL JONES AWARDfor WARD for literary achievementto aboard the USS
inspirational leadership tobe be awarded to that naval officer -
ing In the Med.
awarded to that naval officer, Marine Corps officer, enlisted Miss Masgalia
Marine Corps officer, or enlistedman man, or civilian who has board the carrier t t ;
who has made outstanding made a notable literary contri- tour of the ship. :
contribution to the high standards bution which has advanced the The Navy Wives
of leadership traditional In the knowledge of the importance of ned a bake sale for t I
Navy. The most thoughtful atten- sea power to the United States. Sept. 25 and this
tion should be given in selecting Recipient last year; George board the Air Station. :

nominees for this significantaward Fielding Eliot, nationally known be set up at various
as Naval Leadership con- columnist on military affairs. the station with .
tinues to be one of our foremost Nominations should be forwarded -
selling cakes all day
last the Board of
Recipient to
responsibilities. directly Harvey Brennan will I
year: Admiral Claude V.Rick- AwarJs, Navy League of the man assisted by t t
United States 818 18th Street,
etts, USN (deceased) Weaver. All club
ROBERT M. THOMPSON A- N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006. asked to bring their
WARD for outstanding civilian They must be received prior to goods to the t t

leadership to be awarded to that January 15, 1965. prise Ave. Bldg. 716

civilian, Government official, retired -- -
naval or Marine Corps officer i

or retired enlisted man who

has made a personal contributionto followthis to dream home
furthering the Importance of map your

sea power through his efforts as
a civilian. Civilian nominees for
featured In these .M'
.. ,
this award do not Have to be Navyor
Marine Corps employees.Re- JIr
ceplent last year: Carl G. Stock- spacious or 4 / 'N

holm, Past National President

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Acey DyceyThurVdoy CPO Bloe-Jackefs, Inn. USO ., ''-'. M9vies. ,. I

> Club ClubThur'sdoy'September34. Dbin's Notes

.. .' ThursdaySeptember 24 .. *.. Movies-will be shown regularlyat
"
September r'24' Thursday; September"24Band 7 1 p.m. Monday through Sat-
Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m. Happy Hour to be Announced Homemade Goodies Night urday.

Friday, September 25 Friday, September 25 Friday, September 25 Friday, September 25 NATTC will have two feature
times 2 p.m. and 7 1 p.m. on Sat-
Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:30 Dance to Bud Clark Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Co-Ed Night at USO urdays and Sundays. The hospital

12:30 a.nuSaturday 'Saturday, September 26. 8-12 a. m.Saturday. Saturday, September 26 will fiave one feature onSunday's
.. September 26 at 7 1 p.m.
Dance to Joe Carroll September 26 USO Night The Ma Inside theatre will stay
Marc Castle 8:30 12:3O..m. Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Sunday, September 27 the same except for the evening
Sunday, September 27 Sunday, September 27 8-1 a. m.Sunday. feature which will begin at 7:30
Friends of USOMO'1day p.m. These are subject to change.
Game: Night 5:30 7:30 p.m. Dance to Mark Castle September 27
"
and the Redcoats Phil and the Chantels
March Wilson Cay 28
September '
Monday, September 28 Thursday, September 24
&11:30 p.m. 8-12 a. m.Monday.
Luau 8-11 p. m., music by NAS Mainside Advise and Consent -
Pizza NightTuesday September 28
Monday, September 28
Jax Combo Walter Pigdeon, Gene Tierney
Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m. Pizza 2 for 1 Night NATTC Experiment Terror-
September 29
29 Glenn Ford, Lee Remick
September
Tuesday,
Tuesday, September 29
29
Tuesday, September
Happy HourWednesday Hospital Samson and the Seven
Game Night 7:30 9:30 p.m. Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Game Night Miracles of the WorldGordonScott
Yoko Tani
Wednesday, September 30 September 30 Wednesday, September 30 Wednesday, September 30
Friday, September 25
Movies spqrts 8 p.m. Dance to the Playboys Game Night 8 p. m. Disc Jockey Show
Mainside Tammy and the Doc-
tor Sandra Dee, Peter Fonda
Even before books offered NATTC Advise and Consent-
themselves as wisdom's winged Walter Pigdeon, Gene Tierney
Mercuries great thoughts frequently "0" Cli-b Hospital -Experiment Terror-
achieved immortality, Glenn Ford, Lee Remick

but not often enough. With the Thursday, September 24
coming of books wisdom becamethe Saturday, September 26
. CAREER SALESOPPORTUNITY common heritage. He who Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. I Mainside Sign of the Gladiator-
runs may read, and he who reads Dinner 6-9 p.m. Anita Ekberg, George Marchal
may know. The library, filled Friday, September 25 -TammyandtheDoctor--
with books is the archive of Sandra Dee, Peter Fonda
National Company Is Interested In Interviewing C P.O. Or man's thinking and discovery Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Hospital Advise and Consent -
Officer Being Released From Active Duty This Year. Man Dinner 6 9:30 p.m. Walter Pigdeon, Gene Tierney
Selected Will Receive High Starting Income, Compresen- Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m.

slve Training Program, Plus All Company Benefits. Jack- Saturday, September 26
sonville Area. Write Showing Age, Military Status And WEDGEWOODAPARTMENTS Sunday, September 27
Date Of Separation To Box 4-. /o Jax Air News, 4724 Clyde Dinner 6 9:30 a.m.
Mainside Joe Dakota Jock
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida. Cappy's Combo 8:30: 12:30 a.m.
Mahoney, Luana Patten
ACROSS FROM Sunday September 27 NATTC Sign of the Gladiator -

NAS MAIN GATE Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs of Anita Ekberg, George Marchal
Beef, Steamship round Hospital-Tammy and theDoctor-
12&3BEDROOMSCENTRAL Sandra Dee, Peter Fonda
e
There is Monday, September 28

e. Am CONDITIONING & HEAT Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.nf. Monday, September 28
::
:: r I Dinner 6-9
.r;;r morethan p.m.
Mainside The 7th Dawn Wil-
: S85.S120. Tuesday, September 29 liam Holden, Capucine
3 -;kI Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. NATTC Joe Dakota Jock Ma-
(Indonesian) honey, Luana Patten
one way BURBRIDGE REALTY, Hospital Sign of the Gladiator-
REALTORS Wednesday, September 30 Anita Ekberg, George Marchal

.. I to 117 E.,BAY ST. EL 4-6646 Happy Hair 3:30 6 p.m.
';{<<; Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried Tuesday, September 29
f I Kill a M'a n'' Chicken
t :: Mainside Sundowners Robert
xEXPLOSIVELY Mitchum, Deborah Kerr
; DOGGONE TIRED????
NATTC The 7th Dawn William -
NEW Holden, Capucine
i Hospital Joe DakotaJockMa-

I IN COLOR honey, Luana Patten

Wei Wednesday, September 30

.( iJ _LEE[ MARVIN IJ4 Mainside Love Is a Ball -
: ; Glenn Ford, Hope Lange
NATTC Sundowners Rober
. I ANGIE DICKINSON Mitchum, Deborah Kerr
Hospital The 7th Dawn William -

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I JOWG Host Mrs. T.A. Graham, Mrs. S.K., Teen DanceSponsored

Mansfield, Mrs. J.P. Cullen,. .

Mrs. W.G*. Lawson, Mrs. L.E. : .
:?
Norton Mrs. Cornelius Kas-' : :
Gala World -
v
telein. Mrs. R.B. Newman Mrs. : :I
.By lowe.
J.A. BlackwelT. and Mrs. 'W.R. .. .

Fair EventMrs. Overdoff.
Tickets will be on sale
soon. Mrs. H. Jones, youth activities Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Enjoy an evening of fun
H.R. McCue! over-all food and entertainment good and chairman for the Jacksonville Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
chairman for the fall JOWC the same time contribute at Officers' Wives Club Tuesday for publication the following Thursday Ads arriving -

sponsored charity benefit,"Nightat local worth-while charities. Dueto to announced that a ebb sponsored too late for this deadline will be published the following -
the Worlds Fair", held an the tremendous in "Back to School" dance; will be = week unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise.A .
organizational, meeting at the the 'past and to enable response held at the Golf Shack on Sep- check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be'
NAS Officer's Club September greater tember 26, at 7:30 p. m. Of- received WITH the copy for the ad.
participation, this the affair
year
21. will be held on two ficers teen dependents and their DO NOT SEND CASH.
Heading the decoration com- November IS and 14. evenings, guests, in high school grades 10 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO I
mittee will be Mrs. W.M.Betts. through 12, will be able to danceto Per additional line ((4 words per line). .*.. 35
Assisting her: will be Mrs.W.C. the music of"The Travellers" Ittlltais - I

Forehand, Mrs. F.C. Platnter, during the hours of 7:30 to 11:30
'---""" p. m. Admission will be fifty HOUSE FOR RENT SOUTH- NEW G.E. COLOR T.V.$349.95
cents a couple or thirty-five cents SIDE Reasonable, 2 bdr, conv. with trade Factory service -
stag. Participating will be students to bus, Shop cntr, ExpresswayCALL terms. Call LonnIe 389-3672.
from the following high 781-3190

schools; Lee.,Orange Park, Bishop JEEP '51 STA. WAG. 4whldr.,
Kenny, Forrest, and St. LEARN Modern Western, square WURN hubs good tires. $250.00
Johns. A host and hostess will dancing. Class starting Tuesday, 4622 Bloom Ave. EV 9-3950.
be present from each school to Sept. 29, 8:00 p.m. sponsored by

greet all guests. PAXON PRANCERS square
A meeting of teen dance club. Call 781-2150 or
represen- SAN SOUCI 3 BR Fam. rm.,
tatives from the area high schools SP 1-0475. 1 1/2 bath $600 cash assume

met on September JL3 to discuss mtg. $79 mo. 2806 Dene Dr.,733-
All officersand plans and make name tags for 0559. 1
the forthcoming dance. FREE MAPS and AAA information -

Special attention to Navy. LAKE SHORE APT. 4 rm pvt.

CHURCH of CHRIST Call 781-1277. furry, $60 mo Phone 389-8357.
Laasch.1
who 5223 WESCONNETT.BLVD. "JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY"

men JUST OFF NEAR TIMUQUANA'RD.NAS Hula, ballet, jazz, mechanical BUY WITH GUARANTEED-
modelling, tap and baton. Venetia Return of down payment by builder. -
SUNDAYS:; Wesconnett, Bell Air. Ev 4- 4 br., bath,blt-lnklt.lgden,

need 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP 3055& SP 15464. dbl gar., corner lot. $1550 down.
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP FHA. Virginia E. Bell 264-9808.
moneyreport 7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to

WEDNESDAYS NAS. $50 down, $50 month. Call
: TRAILER LOT 50() X 10010
7:30: P.M., MID-WEEK SERVICE Art PowellUSN, Retd. withCol- mln. NAS. 6085 Townsend Road,
mery-Wllkinson Realtors. 264-
CIIURCII PHONE SP 1-5075 SP 1-6188, after 6PM. Free local
6144 or353-367L
MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 hauling.

., FOR SALE -' Inc. Prop. duplex \

3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml. NAS $115
ORANGE PARK Nicely furn-
e.l.T. Owner 771-8697.
to mo.
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FURN. APTS 557 Oak, Studio SINGER for $20.00 Sewing

1 apt. $45 mo. 4: 3 rm apt. $50 machine, good condition,guaranteed -
mo. 6 clean&Comf.EV 8-9886. Phone 353-J.9.46 night or
On Any Automobile We day. Will deliver, no obligation.
Have On Our Lot UNFURN. APT. FOR RENT- A-l Sewing Machine Exchange.NEW .
Little No Down Payment
or Needed Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt.,3BR,
Kit equip. 3 mL NAS $115 mo.
OUPON Owner 771-8697. GE TV W/EAR PHONE-
That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're 1 ';:, 1.1j' AVfNC5II attachment $5 down with terms

experts at dealing with your special money problems. \ \" \t \' : only $88.00 Call Lewis 389367LVW

Need a loan to pay bills? To travel?Money to meet 11\\1 "I' ,\11 ,,' I: I"" j TAKE UP PAYMENTS 1964

personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. 1 \111:1"11.: : .. Valiant convert. 4 spd, "225" 1500 SERIES,-exch for older
bucket 384-5347 car, assume 2806 Hene Dr.
engine, seats. or pay.
office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got 58 Impala. . . $695 725-6776. 733-0559.

over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. For your Hardtop, 2 dr. PS.& BrakesX

convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But clean.

we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends 59 Ford . . .. .$695 1 o ucKSONvmrs MOIOCCO TEMPLE Pimm' e aa

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Payments mo' mo\ mos.
59 Dodge. . . $495
$10 $168.67 $137.09 S 99.30
V.s, Auto-M, X'nice.
16 269,87 219.34 15889

22 373.55 301.60 218.47 57 Buick Cony. . $795 V : 3 DAM NS OH TICKET E INFORMATION

28 482.18 386.26 27at Good top XX' Clean. one
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Service Contest American Flags FRA #91

(Continued From Page }1)} CasketsOf Plans '
All entries mustbeblack and white, Drape New
submitted on a 16 x 20 mount, regardless r
of photo size, with caption VeteransMore Projects
and military address data on the
back of the mount : than 164,000 American flags
The members of Branch and
All entries must be postmarked by used to drape the caskets of deceased -
Unit 91, Fleet Reserve Associ-
Dec. 31, and mailed to Prof. Clifton veterans were issued in 1963,
C. Edom, Journalism Annex, the Veterans Administration said to. ation, are planning several pro-
Room 27-A, School of Journalism, day. That I was about 11,000 more jects to help defray the cost of
University of Missouri, Columbia, than In the previous year when completely air-conditioning their
No. 15J,183ert: given nut. Club at 8554 Roosevelt Blvd.
Professional Judging of the entries Ihese flags are used ,o drape the This Friday, September 25, y
will take place at the University of caskets of veterans with wartime from 5 to 9 p. m. they will be
service who were discharged under '\>
Missouri. having a Fish Fry and on Satur-
conditions other than dishonorable,
day, September 26, from 5 to
or who served at I least one enlist
9 p. m. they will be having a
ment during peacetime: unless dis
chicken dinner. All members of
charged or released from duty for
disability in line of service the FRA and their guests are
'ustomarily these flags are givento Invited to attend and there will be +r .
next of kin close friends or associates a small donation requested for the
of the veterans at the con- above dinners
4727 Son Juan clusion of the service, II. .J. (:annon Our Shuffle Board Tournament
Phone 384-5852 t Officer in (hargc, YA Office, Jacksonville on Tuesday evenings has finally \

1 Fla", explained worked up to having a very good mSMITH'>" _...\.
BUDGETPERMANENT Flags may be obtained from the
crowd, and the participants In
95 (Cannon and at most post offices BROTHERS-The re-enlistment rate climbed in VP-18 recently -
last weeks tournament really hada
over the state, also at embassies, L. and Lionel.H.,
when Cdr.S.K.MansfieldCOre-enlistedJaseph
consulates, legations and missions good time. If any of the Ship-
Thur. Evenings By Appointment overseas through arrangementsmade mates would like to participate In Smith on the same day (for Aviation Electronics Intermediated
Jackie Williams with the State I Department.) this tournament they are wel- Class "B" School. The Smith brothers requested and have received

I Specialist in Cutting During) the past 13 years the number come. The tournament starts permission to attend the same class in"B" school. Joseph reportedto
Hair of flags issued has increased every Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. the squadron in Dec. 1962 while Lionel reported aboard in June
Naturally Curly from 81,000 annually to the more Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve -
1963. ''Official Naval Photograph)
than 164.000 figure. Association Is one of the

fastest growing branches In thessoclatlon Quofe of the Week .
\ with the present
NECCHI E I membership at 600 and growing
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Per Mo.fully.. ceremony awarding 30 Presidential

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Unit 126 NATTC MenPromoted Polaris

Ladies Fleet Pep Rally To NATTC Class 418 (Continued from Page 1))

secretary said, "the creation of such
Reserve NewsUnit a force will generate significant side
Wins HonorsIt effects In terms of our total naval
President Mrs. Kitty Thirty men at the Naval Air Technical Be Held At operations in the Pacific

the Training Center were advancedto was revealed September 14 that He pointed out that assignment of
Lindsay presided over meet-
Airman September 16 as a resultof each student of Class 418 In the Polaris forces to the area will be a
ing of Unit 126,Ladles Auxllliarycf completing the Airman Familiarization o Club Aviation :Klectrlclan1 Mate Class- double dividend for the Pacific fleet
the Fleet Reserve Association Course. School at Naval Air Technical "The fast carrier task forces of the
held at the Fleet Reserve Hall, The AIHKAM course consists of Training Center, put on a scholarlycrown Seventh Fleet will be freed from some
7673 Blanding Blyd.Mrs.Mildred the first two weeks of AK-A: and AO-A for dforts in winning the of their strategic assignments for gen-
Whltmlre, Hospital Chairman, school. Students of both schools A pep rally, featuring Navy Honor Class title August 31 through eral war to undertake those tactical*
reported that the Ward Party heldat attend this phase of training together. songs, Navy pennants, Navy September 6 with a total of 914 missions for which they are so admirably
The training consists of basic air- cheers and fun will suited for example,the
the Naval Hospital on August Navy pre- points. I ; very
20 was well attended and thanked man subjects, such as aircraft hand- ceed Navy-Georgia Tech football The students, with the coaching of recent Incident In defense of freedom
Mrs. Frankle Wells, and Wyelene ling, survival gear, and aircraft no- game to be held at the Gator their Class Advisor Chief AviationJectrldan' of the seas In the Gulf of Tonkin
menclature. In addition,Military Requirements Paul M Jerard, missile submarines
Bowl Friday Oct. 9. Mate Regulus
Melnick for assisting her, and
are covered in a seriesof All authorized of the O took the title of Honor (1allln the which, with their aulsemiuDes,have
Mrs. MyrlWashaliske and Connie "home letsons. patrons
study" AE: "A" School for the fourth time. played an Important holding role In
for the The students who Club, be they alumni 'of USNA,
Cowart furnishing re- complete the
The first three titles were won In the Pacific In recent years, will be
freshments.: Sorry to report that AI HFAM( course successfully may be or Just Navy supporters, are Invited succession.The relieved of some of their duties.
two of the members are hospitalized advanced to Airman automaticallyupon to the Club Friday after- Sailors, Marines, and Coast The new missile assembly facility
Mrs. Helen Ownby at the completion of six months as an noon at 6 p. m. for the pep Guardmen of class 418 will com- at Bangor-to be fully operational by
Naval Hospital,and Mrs VirginiaBay Airmen Apprentice provided they rally. plete their 22-week course at Naval the end of tills year-will be used In
at Duval Medical Csnter. are recommended by their Com- The dining room will open at Air Technical Training Center In the the assembly, checkout and loadingof

Mrs. Evelyn Ransom, Welfare manding The students Officer.advanced to Airman 5 p. m. and a buffet for $2.75 fundamentals of the aviation electrIcal Polaris missiles Into nudear-
that llboxesof for adults and $1.75 for children field October 2, 1964. powered fleet ballistic missile sub-
Chairman, reported are: L.M. Abraham, J. W.Aho,R.D.
clothes, toys and food have Carlson, R. C. Comer, I Il. I... Coo- will be featured. Standard mad and support ship
been distributed during the past per, W. K. Dawes, T. 1 D. Flippln, merit Items will also be served.
month. She also reported numerous C. Gfllesple, H. .F. Greene, M K. Buses will leave the 0 Clubno ORANGE PARK
requests for clothing for Grens; L. K. Hart, B. H. Hinson, later than 6:45 p. m. for the 8 MIN. FROM HAS

Hurricane Dora victims. Anyone R. L. Ingram, It J. Irwin, A. Jar- Gator Bowl and return, to the 3 BEDROOM"' BATH. HOMES
illo A. Johnston, W. P.J. the
clothes donate am Lynch club Immediately following
having to please
Mrs. Ransom at 771- Moran, T. H. Mosses, J. C. Petty, game. Bus tickets will cost$1.50per FOR SALE
contact C. E. Porter, K. G. Risher, C. Sack- PRIVILEGES
0548. person.For DOCK AND WATERFRONT
nievich, T. K, Sanders, J. K. Self '
all people desiring to attend -
Mrs. Connie Cowart, Americanism NO DOWN PAYMENT
Jr., J. Sheppard, A. W. Waerlg, W. the rally and utilize the
' Chairman, was ill and unable C Wallace, N. C. Wilmot, and G.
bus transportation It Is very Important 5,5oo-sas.oo MO.
to attend the meeting. Her L. Zebley.
report, consisting of Interesting that reservations ma BILL DONNELL
Offer Criminology Course portant that reservations .be

during historical the happenings month of September occurring, Madison, VMs., (AIlS) The made as early as possible. Reservations PHONI 3-0700 1612 ROBINETTE DR. W E
United States Armed Forces Institute for food will be taken
was by Mrs. Holm.
given Agnes
until 5 Oct. 8 while bus,
Mrs. Kay Blown Youth Activ- (USAF I) announces the availability p. m.
of a revised course in cri- seats may be reserved until 4:30
ities Chairman, requested that we
minology.The p. m. Oct. 6. All reservations.
again save quart bottles for use course is a systematic study may be made at Ext. 8154. POWELL PLYMOUTH .. ,
In her various projects with the
of criminal and delinquent behavior
A midnight brunch will be
Girl Scout Troops sponsored by in the United States. It is useful to served upon return from the IS LEADING THE WAY WITHDEALS
the Unit. persons whose duties involve super of this
at the 0 Club. Cost
Mrs. Joy Grimes was Installed vision of behavior of others, or game
mean Is $1.40 .
as a member of the Board of legal responsibility for prevention or per person.Hlf
Directors filling the vacancy correction of antisocial behavior.

created by the transfer of our
Men
Junior Past President, Mrs. NATTC )

Marialyce Atwood. Donate Blood
The shower for the hall, held

following the meeting, brought a Tojax[ BankIn
real"shower" of useful Items for :
our kitchen. Thanks to all who preparation for hurricane AUTI'I' JI!) ,ALU

donated. House Chairman, Mrs. Dora 115 sailors and marines :'W'' ''I 1:
Rose Stoker announced that a container rolled up their sleeves and donated I

Is being Installed for the over 14 gallons of blood to .' dkt ,Sf4.-r

deposit of Items which she hopes the Jacksonville Blood Bank for Rufus II. Meriwether, Owner
will be donated. So, If you were possible use In this area.
unable to attend the meeting and The volunteer donors, all students MANY KIND
bring a donation, please feel free at Naval Air Technical
THANKSFOR
to bring It In anytime, or at the Training Center, were taking no i
next meeting.The chances that Dora would be In YOURPATRONAGE

next regular business an unloving mood.A .
meeting of Unit 126 will beheld spokesman for the Jacksonville -
Thursday, October 8. The Boardof Blood Bank said that If the Auto Parts & Accessories:

Directors will meet Thursday, blood wasn't used It would be Stoves -TV's PAA
October 1, at the home of Mrs. credited for possible future use Bicycles Washers

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Jacksonville Power Squadron courses ing and Small and Chapman's Boat Handling""Pilot is Q. I\R'IJt\ ; \R'nt: "; 'I:1

extremely useful for the first : .,.. ..,. .<
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books two or are three essential courses.for Additional study of :. ::7".:"'''"}"r"" :\t'j::: ::: ....(;:;;;::: ::::/:i:;;i x.'x.;, ...:..:.:::.,..::..:..:..).:::..:: .,.:"..:.'.:.:.<.:.:;:......:::.{.:.:....:..;;.....:...:..<[.;{....:,:x;.,:..,;.:;
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T Teaches Boating Water SafetyThe celestial navigation. :,.......::...k .M11Itttttt$ tHMWW tiWtJ:: } }:N\\\ @_
Only men over 18 years of

Jacksonville Power Squadron is a unit of the United States age are eligible for membership.
Power Squadron. USPS and all affiliated squadrons are tax extempt Between 16 and 18 years of age, ShutOutGames Reign As Comm
an apprentice affiliation Is avallable. -
non-profit organization devoted to the teaching of safe boating. Safe Women
is therefore attained of safety through may complete
boating by way knowledge.
I the "Piloting" course and obtaina
f The free "Piloting" course certificate through the local And VP-30 Blank Opponents
is the initial course of several cept"Piloting",are restricted to squadron which permits them to
leading to a good working know- members of the USPS or ladies study all the other courses avail Shut-out gamees seemed to be the order, this past week, as Communications -
ledge in piloting and celestial who have passed "Piloting". able. crushed VAP-62, 44-0; VP-30 overwhelmed A/C Malnt,
nabigatlon. (Piloting relies on The USPS (NatM organization) 22-0; and VP-30 again when they rolled over the ComF air]ax team,
guiding a boat by the use of consists of approximately 350 20-0.
landmarks or man-made alds.to squadrons with over 60,000 The onesided affair of Com- Krnavekand
Emil
navigation. Navigation utilizesthe members. The USPS is celebrating munications saw
stars when beyond the sightof it's 50th Anniversary this Bill Wallace each score two
New Fla. Rules
UY BONDS
touchdowns and Terrance Hayes,
land and other man-made aids.) year ((1914-1964)). Courses have
Supplementary courses in Engine been developed In conjunction Danzel Gleason and Jim Sheets
Maintenance, Marine Electronics with the Merchant Marine Acad- Give New Look score one TD apiece and R. L.
Weather, and Sail are emy and the Naval Academy.Text Sims round out the scoring
also available. .All courses, ex- books are recommended for all To Game Hunters column with one safety. Comm
__,_. l____ 44---VAP-62 zero.
NO Sportsmen will find that In the VP-30 contests it seemed -
ALLTHE Florida's new hunting rules and to be Bill Thomas all the wayas
SEE ONLY TEN REASONABLEOFFER regulations have a new look he scored five of the six
and: provide public hunting infor- TD's in VP-30's two games. In
NEW 65fPLYMOUTHS 1964 MODELS REMAINING REFUSED mation as well as hunting regu- the first game Thomas scored
(SOME WITH AIR) lations. The new regulations are three TD's In VP-30's22-0 romp
LITTLE OR available at the offices of all over A/C Malnt while In the second -
CHRYSLERS UNBELIEVABLY NO DOWN County Judges and their author- game of the week Thomas
LOW PRICES PAYMENT ized license agents. scored two TD's, Don Ondo one
VALIANTS According to A, D. Aldrich, TD and Harold Schroeder was
No Down Payment Below Dealers Cost! BANK RATEFINANCING director, Game and Fresh Water credited with a safety in the VP-
HERE Fish Commission the new hunt- 30's 20-0 victory over ComFair
ing regulations were adapted
APPROXIMATELY 18 MINUTES FROM NAS-SOUTH ON HIWAY 17 from the Forida Wildlife Maga- Jax.The results of last weeks Intramural -
zine and include color illustra- action are:
CLAYTON REVELS tions of the more popular game VP-3O---22, A/C Maint 0
birds and animals. YP-30---20, CFJ 0
The new sixteen page publication FICEUR 12, VAP-62---4
I provides general state-wide Comm 44, VAP-62---
regulations for both native and AF679th 14, FICEUR 12
migratory game and Information NARTU 12, Marina 6
1 I @ IS and location of the 30 wildlife MARTD 18, O&R 6
management areas; Informationon
S I a special hunts plus detailed
maps and regulations of the five IM Football
Florida conservationdistricts, Is
1 1i designed for easy reference by Standings
a / 1 1 and
sportsmen. Trapping seasons
regulations are also Included In The top Intramural I Football team
the new publication. standings for the .Jax Naval Air
Adrlch reminded hunters that Station, the week ending Friday September
they may now obtain the new 18 are:
1964-65 hunting license at offices National League
of all County Judges and NAKTt1 2-0
license agents. Regulations require Comm 2-0
NOW OPEN! a hunting license to take M\WRIT) 2-0
any type game or furbearing American League
animal at any time of the yer. VP-30 3-0
License fees are: Resident VIMS 1-0
State $'1.50; Resident County I II l osj 10ALL
$2.00; Non-Resident 10-day
$11.50; Resident and NonResident -
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IM A/C t\falnt. ,7, Admin,2Scratch'
III Killers Bowling Sports IntramuralGolf '.'


VI'-30 "A" 5, .FAKTU.: 1
StandingsThe Shorts Hosp "A" 6, AF679th 0
ffSharpenUp"AftelJ. A/C Malnt 4 1/2 Admin 1 1/2
Eight entries have been received,
I top three teams in each of the in the station's Athletic Office (Hldg. National League
three NAs Intramural Bowling Leagues 3)), for the N'As Intramural 'I'en- The I "linkster" action of the Jacksonville Handicap
for the week ending I Friday nis leagues. According to I'rank Meaffrey Naval Air Station's Intra
l-ill-llli September 18, arcNational: (' Athletic I Director)\ the deadline mural golf leagues shaped up Inthls FICKUK 9, VP-30'B" 0
: League for entries has been set for September ,imanner, following"hurricane week": V A 1'-62-6, Hosp "ir 3
Air I frames 17.3 25. The-eight teams entered American League .
I FJ'El'1( : : (I'O's! 12-4 are: 1'1'-30, riCl.l'R: Al'GTDth, Handicap Scratch .
1"\E'IT1'.62: Hospital, ('omI'air.lax -
The week of
Hay
past "kegler"action Boys 14
the first one after the 1/2.5/ 1/2 andAIMt'( \T-30 "A" 5, lAl.Tt 4 FICKl 6, VP-30 "ir 0
Continental League llosp '""" 6, AI'67 Jth 3 VAP-62-5, Hosp "B" 1@Ourru
hurricane week layoff,provided no Cursors 1G-4 -
outstanding or noteworthy occur- \AIMl'
: '1 14.6Sky
Julian Lewis of\T30ho played -
ances. Thelntramural"| for the \1'.30() softball team and
were "sharpening their eyes up"to ('utters 11.5 for the Jax Navy Softball team has .
get back In the bowling action. American League been picked by the AII. a\'y Softball
The results of last weeks actionare I J.a: KCS! 13-3 team, t'ss sperry, (Sub-Ten. DEIHL.
: \iptuncs 14.6 der) to play in the \\orld's Soft
I kdrons: I4.fi ball tournament, Sunnyvale, (all
American League
('nmstorcl'i\e 14.6 fornla The I t.SS sperry won the
CFJ"A" 3, Thunderheads 1 *(hUfs! 10-6 AllAavy championship by defeatIng ChevroletCHEVROLET
Chiefs 3, Pan Handlers 1 Mad I Foxes 106 the host team, ((:real Lakes, 2-0.

Needlers 4, Photo Lab 0 *
Cannon Cockers 3, Electrons 1
Strikers 2, FICEUR2--2 According to an Article in the Sip.tcmber .
Mad Foxes 3, Hellions 1 in Jacksonville
11, issue of The Sport.
2 Cursors 4, Owl Hoots 0
Pelicans
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Neptunes Avlons ing :News: of St. Louis I |Hon{ Campbell
Pay Masters 3, 1
DOWNTOWN-
ComStore5--4, FICEUR1--0 brother of Wayne Campbell,

Continental League National LeagueAir who team played and for the the.Jax Hospital Navy softball softball .- 924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE

Pizzans 4, Inspectors 0 Frames 4, Darters 0 team, of NAS Jacksonville J has
Flying Phantoms 3, Supply 1 Lucky (7' 2 1/2, Play Boys 11/2 been brought up from the farm lea
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Friendly ; .1",,6 00' P,us .,I.. :".'8., :, plus r", '.Tax, 1.1" 1 2'5"plus, .'11'0 xaExc.'l'ax ''Tax;

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2600 Blanding-Blvd. REBUILD 2 BALL JOINTS
At Cedar Creek This kind of money is Impossible to lose --- actually, we
.. ALIGNMENT PLUS PARTS & LABOR $17.95
Phone 384.6221 or mean. That's because you -and you only can cash a Travelers
387-3569 Cheque Issued to you. Best way there is to carry money 2 SHOCKS LABOR 8. PARTS 12.95

Moonlight Bowling when you're traveling. BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95
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If you re going away on leave, carry cash, the safe way --buy WHEEL BALANCE 99
Every Sunday Night
Travelers Cheques from the Darnett
From 9:00 P.M. dollars worth. WHEEL ALIGNMENT '3.99
Costs you only a dollar for every hundred
TUNE UP 4,95SEPTEMBER
FREE PRIZES BANKING HOURS
Monday( thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
Friday 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
[One Two Free Paid Game Games;With. ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.

: Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273
5444 NORMANDY 6201 ROOSEVELT 28W MAYPORf ROAD
Void After Oct.31,1964'MUST NATIONAL BANKUS
] 'THE BARNETT EV 3-0388 EV 44631 CH4825
HAVE COUPON NAS FACILITY OFFICE



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(ATM W..kly Fcatur) i

Early Turning PointA


couple of years ago, Sonny Linton flattened Floyd Patterson in iS UNDER
the first round to win the world heavyweight championship. In the .
P. excitement in the ring afterwards, a radio announcer breathlesslyasked
the new champion what he considered the turning point of the
fight. Snapped Liston, "When the bell rang." NEW
Nobody asked the .Army's Homero Blancas to name a turning point
when he was crowned 1964 Interservtce golf champion, Sept. 4, at
the end -of the four-day 72-hole tournament at Ft. Benning, Ga.
Everybody knew, It was when Blancas hit his first tee shot. AGEMENT
Displaying the form that made him an Ail-American golfer at the
University of Houston, the young Texan put together rounds of 73, '
66, 70 and 69 for a 10-under-par 278 total. Hammering Homero
finished a big six shots ahead of the second place finisher, the
Army's Orville Moody. Blancas' 278 also tied the Interservice Golf
e '" Tournament record set by Moody in 1962.
And with Blancas, Moody and Dick Cannon on the powerful Army
I'; team, It was evident early that Army was going to be hard to beat.
Cannon shot a two-under 286, good for third place In the Individual
standings, and the Army easily won the team championship.

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Vapor Trails Middie FootballThe 64 CHEVY II. . .. . . f . . $1795
!Jot 2 Door, standard shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, solid white red

Jax Navy Sport Parachute A strong "Middle" football interior.
Club made an outstanding showing team, from the United States 64 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .. . .;. . .52695
/1lIJ Sept. 19-20, at Stone Mountain, Naval Academy, Annapolis, Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Solid Maroon, black interior,WSW.
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Ga., where they participated In Maryland, quarter-backed by 64 CHEVROLET BELAIR . . . .. 52295
the Southeastern Water Jump Invitational Roger Stauback will be pitted 4 Door Sedan, Standard Shift, V-8, overdrive, R&H, low
QUIt; Parchute Meet. against a fine GeorgiaTechteam mileage, solid white.
In the from Atlanta, In
Participating events Georgia, 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. . . . . 52195
lti were R.D. Holden, ENl, SUb- the Jacksonville Gator Bowl,
ltutIt marine Service, D.W. splund, Jacksonville, Florida, Friday, Auto/trans., V-8, Power brakes, R&H, Ivory over silver
\ A2C, 679th Radar Sq., D.C Colombo October 9.Service. blue.
ti A03, VP-30, and L.M. 63 CHEVROLET BELAIR . . . . 51895
Parmer, AE2, VP-30. personnel In this area, 4 Door Sedan, Auto/trans./ 6 Cyl., R&H, solid blue, WSW.
Asplund, Colombo and Parmer may purchase their tickets at 63 FALCON WAGON ... . . . ..51695Autotrans.
. won 1st place In team event which the Jacksonville Special Ser- ., 6 Cyl., R&H, XXX Clean.
consisted of a double baton pass vices office, Bldg. ##704, NAS 63 CHEVY SUPER SPORT .,, . . . $1895
and from a of Jax. A limited supply of tickets
height
accuracy
7300 feet.Future. makes it imperative that Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, Ivory over Maroon, WSW.
tickets 63 CHEVY BELAIR 4 DOOR SEDAN . . .S2095
from purchase as
events the"Vapor you your
Auto/trans./ V-8, Power and Brakes R&H factory
Trails" are planned as follows: soon as possible. Tickets range steering
Oct. 24 they have a demonstration In price from $3-$5.50. For fur- air cond.
in Meridian, Miss., where ther Information on the ticket 63 FORD FAIRLANE 500 .... . .. . $1795
they will be performing with the sales you can call Ext. 8791or 4 Door sedan, Auto/trans., 6"cylinder, R&H, XX Clean.

a rx Navy's Blue Angels. 8153. 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN . . . ? $2495

... COUPON ......j Auto/trans./ V-8, Power Steering, R&H, factory air cond.,
2 tone. .
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62 CHEVY BELAIR. .., . . . . $1495
:Repeat of PERMANENT SELLOUT: 2 Door., Standard Shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, all original.

a 61 IMPALA SPORTSEDAN . . . . .51495
: BRING THIS COUPON j : Auto/trans., V-8, Power/steer., heater, canary yellow.

61 VOLKSWAGENI.) . . . . . $1095
ENJOY A BEAUTIFUL It .
s All Vinyl interior, 4 speed transmission R&H.

) 0 nil 60 COMET WAGON. . .. . . . $995
,6 WaveS '" Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, Luggage rack, new paint,
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'I.i Jean Extra nice.

'(t AT Yi} PRICE 59 CHEVY WAGON. . ?. . . . . $695
Complete With .,,1 I 4 dr., Auto/trans./ V-8, R&H, solid blue.
i H/C Creme 895 59 ENGLISH,CONSUL . . ; t . . $395
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,' ,I Ii. 4 Door, Standard Shift, good 2nd ca'r.
Rinse, etc. .
-" ....:.. 'I 59 CHEVROLET WAGON . . . . $995
4 door, 9 pass. Standard Shift, V-8, R&H, New Paint.
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More people than ever beforeare = .....
banking with us and to all : COUPON VOID OCT.1 : t t
these people we owe a heart. CORVAIRS 11- FALCONS VALIANTS
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felt thanks. People just like you SPECIAL ; 2 DOOR -4 TRANS. & STANDARDS
make our bank what it is. By r I.. NOW c : '
JEAN'S .j/ $ t
helping you we prosper and }" f < UOcHOosEFRoM fROM $695' I

grow. Our aim is to serve, and '-;' : WAVE 795"h .

we welcome;your patronage. I- ; jP Reg. 12.50 ....AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! H

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