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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: October 15, 1964
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VOL. 22 NO. 33 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 15, 1964
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Blue Angels, Flying Prof, Jax '''' ,




Para Club Will Perform At HAS '



Jax 24th Anniversary Show i



> t NAS Jacksonville will celebrate Its 24th anniversary with a gala open house and Air Show to be held
Sunday, November L Highlighting this years' celebration will be the Navy's Blue Angels, officially knownas
the Navy's Flight Demonstration Team, but renowned throughout the world as the precision flying
team second to none. j
Open House will be from noon until 5 p. m. Sunday with the Air Show commencing at 2 p. m. Also
participating in the show will be the JAX Navy Parachute Club and the "Flying Professor." ,

The Jacksonville Navy Para-
chute Club, winners of many team
MARINEGYSGT RALPH TAFOLLA accepts the Treasury Flag Award and individual awards In this w-

from Royce R. Powell,area manager for the Savings Bond Division, area, will demonstrate free fall
as Captain J. R. Mackroth, CO NAS, and the men of the Marine and canopy maneuvers.
Barracks observe the presentation.MarBks The "Flying Professor, 'Dick
Schram, will return to NAS Jax
r for the third Open House in as
Win Weapons Yeoman many years. He Is expected to
t present highly cub-sonic comedy
TreasuryFlag aerobatics with a daredevil flare.
Picked As Best
He revives the thrills of barn-
Award I storming aviators and air circuses I
Sailor In Sept.The of .the early 1930's withan
< exhibition of low
The Treasury flag Award was amazing ",
presented to a representativegroup recipient of September'sSailor altitude grass-cutting aerobatics I
of the Month award Is The
from the Marine Barracks, In a light airplane Flying
headed by GySgt Ralph Tafolla.Mr. Yeoman Second Class Jose F. Prof, who is a captain In the
Royce R. Powell, Area Man Quichocho of the NAS Weapons Naval Reserve, has performed at I
ager of the Savings Bonds Division Department. THE WORLD FAMOUS 'BLUE ANGEl ', Lcxi the Statue Of Liberty. many military and civilian aviation -
participated In the per- Quichocho, a graduate of Yona This precision flying team will appear at Hn 24th Anniversary of events.
sonal presentation on behalf of Village High School the only NAS Jacksonville November 1.1(Navy Photo) Of course, the Blue Angels will '
William H. Neal, National DIrector school In Yona Village, Guam, be the feature attraction of the
of the United States Bonds enlisted In /the Navy In 1956. day for the thousands of guests
Division relaying congratulations At ceremonies, held In Cap- Cdr Edwards Assumes expected to visit NAS Jax for
and best wishes from the tain J. R. Mackroth's office the festivities.The .
staff of this division. Quichocho received a letter of Command Of VA176Attack tactics that the Blue Angels
The award Is the highest recog- commendation which read In part: demonstrate are ordinarily exe-
nition given in Federal Depart- "Quichocho has achieved a con- cuted, at 30.00( to 50,000 feet, :
ments for) exceptional percent- s 1st ant outstanding standard of Squadron One Seven Six ((176)) witnessed Its ninth Changeof but, since the "average citizen {
ages of participation in the Bond performance. He has an out- Command Friday morning October 9, when Cdr. George D. Edwards taxpayer can't get that high, the
Allotment, or Payroll Savings standing knowledge of navy office Jr., relieved Cdr. Rupert Brooke. The ceremony conducted team brings the maneuvers downto
Plan. It is given when personnel procedures, correspondence at Hangar 115 Included a command Inspection and the read- eye-leveL "Bringing It down"
participation reaches or exceeds directives and filing sys- Ing of orders.: he had received his wings and Involves performing at low altl-
tems. Also he has a thorough Commissioned in 1955, 176 tide and demonstrating the
,
907o(]/ and is eligible to be displayed commission at NAS Pensacola.
continuously as long as understanding of the functions and (nicknamed the Thunderbolts) He was assigned to VA-6B and aerial team work which has paid
the participation is 90or above. responsibilities of each echolon was assigned a special weapons saw several months of combat off In actual battles from Pearl
of command. Another great assetIs mission as a part of Air Task duty during the Korean conflict Harbor to Wonsan, Korea in a
his almost photographic Group Two Zero Two.The squadron when the 14 to 1 kill ratio.
squadron was shipped
iI1r- memory which he uses to the flys the AD-6 "Skyralder", to the USS Boxer. The team stresses that this
utmost advantage: Mention a let which remains the only single engine routine doesn't make them a
ter or directive or memorandum, propeller-driven attack air- Orders also sent him to several stunt team. None of the man- -
either by subject or by originator craft in the Navy. During its squadrons and various tours euvers are classed as.stunts because -
and almost immediately the history, the squadron has madea as Instructor before attending they are all part of a stock-
correct information is placed in total of five deployments to Line School at Monterey.Cdr. in-trade of any fighter pilot -
your hands."Qulchocho's. the Mediterranean and numerous tactical maneuvers. They are,
appearance Is short cruises elsewhere to en- Brooke will go to the however, done In close formation
exemplary. He has an excellent hance readiness and to guard the USS Saratoga where he will serve rather than Individually and are,
military bearing and his strideIs Interests of the nation in trouble as the Assistant Air Officer. of course, done at lower than
that of a man who has confidence spots around the world. normal altitudes. Stunts requirea
in himself and pride in Last year Thunderbolts won certain luck factor, and obviously -
a his country. And too, his uni- the ComNavAirLant Battle "E"to luck has nothing what-
.Yp f form is always impeccable and become "First In the Fleet". ever to do with the precision flying -
.. his normal appearance'when reporting They were also nominated for ",',:' of these outstanding Navy
o for work is that of sailor the Arleigh Burke Trophy, and a- fighter pilots.
ready for Captain's Personnel warded a commendation for its IJ There will be many of the
Inspection. Moreover, Quichccho accident-free year. The Thun- Navy's newest airplanes on display
CAPT. J. R. MACKROTH (L) presents has a very congenial personality derbolts are current record hold- on the station, plus many
the Service Man Of The a quick friendly smile, and a ers In three ordnance delivery other displays for the visitors'to
ready sense of humor. finally. competitive exercises In the see. Admission Is free, so
Month'' Award toJ.f.Quichocho,
Quichocho Is reliable, trust- Fairfax area.Equally make plans now to visit NAS Jax ... 0..1.
YN2 in recent ceremonies heldin worthy and honest while his per- impressive Is the on Sunday, November 1. for an
the CO's office. On the right sonal Integrity Is of the highest career of the Thunderbolts new entertaining and informative
i is It. (j.g) J.C., Carderv, Quich. order. He is- a good husband arid skipper. Cdr. Edwards entered afternoon while the station celebrates -
ocho's division officer (Navy father and unfailingly attends his the Navy In 1943 as a reserve its 24th anniversay In a

Photo), church each.Sunday." Seaman apprentice and by 1947 Cdr. G.D. Edwards coJQ{ .r lqq.............................. .'.-.-.'.......'.



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V SUNDAY

8:00 a.m. Service of Holy

t Communion By Chaplain EdwardsThe The question for this week's
9:30 a. m. Service of Divine Crew's Views column consistedof

Worship masterpiece of all crea- giving an opinion on the new
9:30 a. m. Sunday School for tion Is a human being at his NAS regulation that appeared In

ages ,3 through 16, Bldg, 722 best. Yet probably one of the the October 1 edition of the lax

11:00 a. m. Service of Divine things that we know less about Air News which banned the wear-

Worship than almost anything else Is our
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship selves. Self-analysis, self-con- Ing of hair

,.., trol, and self-Improvement are curlers and
1 WEDNESDAY very difficult. We not only have shorts In the

trouble correcting our faults; we Navy Exchange
4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal -
t :..... p. m. even have difficulty In discovering facilities
AFPS them. Lt. E. E.
7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Re
The dictionary defines per- Cooper, NAS "
hearsal
the qualities of the Dental I think "-
Ocf,24 sonality as ; ait's
United Nations
Day 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion
Also on all Holy Days mind, body, and soul. Your per- a> fine Idea. There's no rea-

Catholic Services at St. Edward's sonality Is what distinguishes you son why people should go around

Chapel, NATTC and Naval from others. What we are formsour like that at the Navy facilities.It .
Editorial Hospital habit patternsdevelops our Is definitely not the place.

character, and determines our Ronald Bohland, HM3, NAS

UN's Quest for Peace SUNDAY MASS physical, mental, and spiritual Dispensary: I don't see why hair

6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital behavior. curlers can't be

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- Lord Bulwer-Lytton said: worn with a .,

Requires Your SupportOctober ward's Chapel "What men need Is not only talent scarf or some- il:.
but purpose; not only the powerto thing like that, '.
DAILY MASS achieve but the will to labor." but short shorts (

24, 1964, is United Nations Day. That Is the key to our own and two piece '
The United Nations, now entering Its 19th year, has come a long 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel personality development, and sports wear arebeach j. '
-' since 1945 but there are still those who constantly doubt Its
way this
MONDAY & TUESDAY each of us must accept re definitely .
and effectiveness. L
purpose :
sponsibility.The attire.
While much publicity has been given to some of the ]less success- 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC Senaca
great philosopher Judy Sweeney SN, NAS Den-
ful actions of the United Nations, Its many positive achievementsand FRIDAY wrote centuries ago, "Shun no tal Yes, they definitely should
Its vast potential for good frequently get lost In the "hot" debate
remark- be.
effort to make yourself Women should)\ not run around
on the assembly floor. However, It has been said by many world 12:05 p.m. US NavaUtospltalSATURDAY able In some talent." When we

statesmen that the United Nations Is the hope of the world. develop one trait fully there Is a In curlers mir
Most of the agencies and organizations within the tiN are accom- all shorts. '
tendancy for that trait to pull
their alms without fanfare. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
plishing frequently publicity or the other traits up to Its sta- Mary ShanjnonDKSNNavy
The UN's Atomic Agency aims to promote the peaceful uses of ture so that the whole personality (

atomic energy, especially In underdeveloped nations.Its be finished symmetrically. Finance Office: I:
International Labor Organization alms to promote social jus- 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before may agree with .! "
end in
We do this, not as an
tice labor conditions and standards and Masses !.
improve living promote Itself, but that we may more faith- regulation. $
economic stability. Catechism Classes:Grade! ot1 Shorts and hair*
fully fulfill the end for which we
The UN Farm and Agriculture Organization seeks to raise nutrition curlers are in bad taste and are '
SATURDAY were created In our service to our
]levels and Jiving standards and Improve production and distribution -
fellow man and to our Creator.
of food and agriculture products. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities I n a ppropr i l-
This is the process by which we
Its Education, Health and Aviation Organization seeks to raise building 722 ate. They ab
perform one of the greatest mir-
nutrition levels and living standards and Improve production and do not present t j .
acles in the world, "The Miracle
.r. distribution of food and agriculture products.Its of Personality." good appear-
Education, Health and Aviation Organizations have equally high TrafficViolations ance.

alms for Improving world conditions. Esther Shultz,] "t

For providing these humanitarian organizations, as well as for Evaluation Time Civilian, NaY> ". ,

friends and potential enemies to meet face-to-face, t! United Nationscan Finance Office:!..,_,?_. ,
be Judged a success. Hears For All If a women doesn't look iiie a
We In the armed forces have a special Interest In the continued

success of the United Nations and we should therefore make every The following is a report of lady she can't p '

possible effort to support the United Nations In Its continuous quest motor vehicle accidents and traf- HAS SailorsOh expect to be'I ,

for peace and understanding In a troubled world. (AFPS) fic violations for the period Octo- treated as such}t

Quote of the Week ber 4 through October 10. Ohll!!! It's that time again. It also doesn't' !
Quarterly marks. Wonder what put forth a good]

Number of Accidentsthis kind of marks will be given out appearance. 11 a

this time? Well at least you'llfind Ruth Havasiy, .t

"Ever}'- leader in every walk of week October 4 through out what your superiors think DKSN, Navy Fi

life knows that the leader must October 10 . . .9 of your performance,conduct and nance Office: Curlers are to be
Total Accidents this through
attention
year to
share with others the task of f decid October 10 . . 182 Let's see duty.what the procedure worn, but no -

ing what to do, or else/ he finds he ,, Number of Accidents through for the performance evaluationsare seen People]

UnderSecretary 1963 . . 235 should have)
;., is not a leader hut a, loner. October : First the Initial evaluation
of State George W. Ball. Total number of days since last should be made, by the division sense enough t ,
Injury vehicle accident.. 62 officer or the appropriate divi- wear appropriate -
sion attire. "k
Number of ViolationsThis petty officer. <
Bll-
Lt. P. R.
The Individual's Immediate and ,,
I leter, SC, NAS > "
responsible
week . . 68 supervisor should Navy Exchange: Ithinkthis
make the Initial
JTAX AIR ISTEWSrhe : Speeding . ; . 8 evaluation should evaluation.be. based The
Reckless Driving . 3 onlyon is a real good
Going through Stop Sign 2 the specified period of time reg.ulatlon.Women .
Involved. Extreme
Other Violations . 55 care must be would
exercised to ensure that grades !
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Thirty-eight drivers appeared entered In the service record are normally dresr
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, before the Traffic HearlngBoard true estimates of the ability and up going to dowr

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a at the meeting held on October worth of the person being evalu- town stores,so i
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR 12. Disposition of the cases Include ated. Evaluations must be based they should cert
i
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, the following: thirteen lost objectively on an Individual's abilities tainly dress up
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before driving and parking privileges a- as compared to establish adequately here on base.
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
board station for varlous.perlods standards
; Navy his
contempor- Mrs. Lucille-
Telephone EV.9-7711 Ext. 8"162.
,
seven were assigned to completean aries
performance, and the In- Hall, wife of Lt.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher queries eight hour course In remedial dividual's demonstrated
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing I per- Michael Hall of
driving instructions eight were formance.
;
'' Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida- VP-5: I thinkIt
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. I given suspended penalties; four There must inevitably be a is a very good
were given-warnings; eight were higher standard of required perU" regulation.Women .
dismissed; and fifteen were referred formance, as well as actual
VOL. 22 NO. 33 OCTOBER 15, 1964 I officers per- should"
to formance
commanding
with each pay grade. always be seen

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OCTOBER 15, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PACE 3


US Mint Errors Sea Orbit Ships

American Red

Can Mean Profits Complete 65-Day

Cross USC Korat,Thailand(AFPSUncleSam )
World Cruise
seldom makes mistakesIn

. his production of but
money
Case HistoriesThis Norfolk Va.AKPS--TheU.S.( )
when he does it usually becomes
Navy's first nuclear task force
profitable.At .
case history from the files least that's the hope of Army returned here Oct. 3 concludinga
of the American Red Cross Illustrates PFC James F. Kerr. who is attached historic 65-day unreplenlshed
some of the services to the 9th Logistics Com- world cruise. VA-44 PUSHES UNITED FUND AT'FULL SPEED". Watch the Florida
performed by this agency to peo- mand near here. The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise skies for the VA-44 United Fund Airplane. In an effort to displaythe

ple who require their aid. In order Recently Kerr strolled away cruiser USS Long Beach current drive for fund contributions,VA-44,based at NAS Cecil
to continue to help others the from pay call counting his money. and frigate USS Bainbridge tra- Field, depicts their campaign percentage status on an A4B Sky-
Red Cross, as other member a- Then he spotted a dollar bill that veled 34,732 statute miles with- hawk jet aircraft. The goal is 100%contribution. Shown above on

ge.icles, needs your support In looked like none he'd ever seen out plies refueling for the or more taking than on 6,000 sup- a training flight is Lt. Gary Kapphohn of VA-44 making a brief ._
the
UCS drive.
before. aboard. stop here on his"campaign trail" Other stops include NAS Sanford -
SKI Fred J. went about his job men '
The bill had the Great Seal of
NavSta and
The cruise, called OperationSea Mayport. NAS Glynco, Georgia.
In Yokosuka, Japan Impatiently the United States showing on the
waiting news that his w1f Dorothy front side, where it should not Orbit, officially began July
had given birth to their sec- be. The printer at the U. S. Mint 31 when the ships ended opera-
ond child. Meanwhile,back home, had apparently added too much tions in the Mediterranean and
Dorothy had made arrangementsfor Ink or printed too heavily and the sailed past Gibraltar.
a neighbor to alert Red Cross seal was evident on both sides of Six In-portcalls--where one or I
when she went to the hospital so the bill. more of the ships dropped I
anchor--were made at Karachi,
they could send the message to Kerr carefully salted his prize
Fred. But when the day came It away in the company safe,hoping Pakistan; Fremantle, Melbourne
was not the happy occasion they that It might bring a premium and Sydney, Australia; Wellington CLTknowsthat
New Zealand and Rio de
had anticipated. The birth was from American coin and paper ,
normal, and Dorothy was fine, but money collectors,who are alwayson Janerlo, Brazil. Underway visits +
conducted several
the new baby had "respiratory the lookout for imperfectionsIn were at portsIn
Africa and South America with
difficulties" the doctor said, and minting.For .
officials[ being flown to the ships
was put onthecriticallistshortlyafter those searching for
for Inspection of the task force
birth. The birth messagewent similar errors, coin collectors youdon'tenjoy
and air demonstrations.
out to Japan but with the offer this tip; Look for the small power ,
added Information that the serv- error; It brings more money than
iceman's presence at home was the large one.
recommended by the doctor. Fred

arrived to find the baby fightingfor '---/ ,
Its life, but before his thirty-
day leave was over the fight appeared -

to have been won. Fred STARS & STRIPESSEAFARERS borrowing
left for California on his return t WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL
.trip, happy that the child has been
released from the hospital, but
with the uneasy knowledge that a ( ,
the doctor said the baby's first LAUNDRY & money.

year ,was apt to be a precariousone. .. .
As his plane landed In Cal- r

ifornia he was being paged to contact {.: | DRY CLEANERS ,,' .
his Red Cross office Fear- II
fully he answered the page and ACROSS I ItAILKOAD TltOM

three hours later was on another NASYUKON
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RIVERSIDE or meet personal problems. The reason you'll find us

handling your application so fast is this: We've learned

CHEVROLET Y J .IORENIN) that people don't come to us when they need sympathy.

They come to us when they need money. So expect

CEDAR HILLS speedy money service when you come to see us about your

r loon. (There are over 400 (I.T. offices from coast to

4727 Phone San: Juan SAT. OCT. 17thORANGE coast where you'll get the some zippy service.)


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BEACHCOMBER Anyone comeIng EVn t% dear, Supply Dept. VisitsPatronFortyFive
I
m beach tumid be _/.111 luck) a
finding a treasure like blonde (Continued from Page 2))

green.eyed arId Chris Noel.
It Is very Important that an Individuals
performance be graded
Patrol Squadron Forty-Five
within a pay grade and solely commanded by Cdr. J. D. Col-
a of othersIn
CENTRAL against performance of
lins, recently hosted a group
the same pay grade.In personnel to
addition to the quarterly Supply Department the de-
for
GATOR LANES evaluations the marks are usedIn express appreciation
aidInVP45'stransition -
determining eligibility of an partment's
1838 CASSET AVE. EV 4-4556 .,r Individual for reenlistment and to the new P3A Orion. i
4316 BRENTWOOD PO 8-2593 & for Good Conduct Medal Awards. welcomed aboardby
After being
It Is of the utmost Importancethat ::
Cdr. Collins and Cdr. Hume,
I1-I1: ] enlisted evaluations be com they viewed a movie showing the -.
frank and factual In reporting
.. pletely Orion In operation off the west
the performance of the
coast. Then the personnel split
CENTRAL LANES Individual If the Individual Is "suited
Into two to be
groups
Sat. Night at 10:00 performing any special duty out up" for a familiarization flight,
GATOR LANES side his technical area, the eval- briefedon
been previously
Sin. Night at 8:30 i uation should Indicate how well having
the flight by their pilot, Lt.
COUPOii"FREEGAME"- the special duty Is being per- L. H. Duffield.
formed.If .

Bring This Coupon And you are In the capacity of a Both flights demonstrated the
With Two Paid Games supervising petty officer It Is aircraft's mission and consistedof
You Get A "FREE GAME" Ira s'i not always easy to be fair to all a high altitude transit and a
FREE NURSERY LANES the men under you when you assign high speed, low altitude miningrun.
RESTAURANT FACILITIES ''i1 the marks especially when Through the flights, supply ONE OF THE LADIES from the

INSTRUCTIONS This orrer Expires they happen to be friends of yours. personnel were shown how their Supply Department is assistedin
October 31st 1964 But your duty requires you to job contributes to maintainingfleet "suiting-up" (for a familiari
report your men's performanceas readiness. zation flight with the help of a
accurately as possible. VP-45 pilot.

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HELMETS IN HAND, Supply personnel climb the ramp for their
flight in VP-45's P3A Orion.

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r a i r 1 r rI Possibly more than anything
I else our attitudes determine our
spiritual condition and progress.
I Great men always have been men
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PLANS AND PRICED FROM ONLY d. e r ficers and men of VP-16 paused
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$79.00 PER MONTH CO, Cdr. W. J. Vaught relinquishes -
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WHY NOT INSPECT orv.ue .eIeNts *OAO lo ao statrr last SP-2E"Neptune".After
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VP-16 is looking forward with

CECIL FIELD 10 MINUTES great anticipation and pride to
the new P3A "Orion". They cur
JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR SHOPPING CENTER- SCHOOLS rently have 5 Orions and ex
STATION CHURCHES
10 MINUTES
pect 4 more for a full com

CENTER OF TOWN 15 MIN. .. .. IJ ALL ADJACENT TO CONVENIENT IMPERIAL ESTATES plement of 9 in the very near
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During ceremonies held Sept.
23, Commander J. P. Cullen,
Commanding Officer of V VAP-62
cited four men for taking advant-
age of the numerous additional

opportunities available to men of AIRCREV EN -IL.R) J. M. Temple, AO1, T. A. Rust, AQB3, ,C. A. t
the Navy who wish to devote extra Mattes, PHI 1, and P. C. Ibarra, PR1. (Official Navy Photo)
time to seeking out supple-
mentary routes for personel ad
vancement. Officers Wives Display Latest

They were: J.M.Temple A01; \
C. A. Manes PHI; P.C. Ibarra Fall Fashions Here
PR1; and T.A. Ruel AQB3.

Completing the rigorous VAP- Original fashions made their fashions, was the special
62 training syllabus to qualify debut Wednesday, October 7, as luncheon guest along with Miss
for their wings, the four aircrew- nine fashion models from a local Brothers, a buyer for the store.
man accumulated over 700 hoursof store showed the latest designsto After the luncheon was served the
operational and training flying.As the Officer's Wives Club. The models made their appearance
an Integral part of the three event, at the "0"Club,was host- accompanied by various piano
man crew of VAP-62's Photo- ed by the Hospital wives under arrangements. Clothes for day-
graphic reconnaissance RA38's. the direction of Mrs. W. G. Law- time, evening and In between
A winning Caption for this picture will be picked soon, so hurry the third crewmanis son, who with her committee wear were described by commen-

and put any amusing thoughts you might have down on paper responsible for his In- arranged the luncheon and deco- tator Becky Rogers who was also
and mail it to: Editor, Jax Air News, Bldg. 1, NAS Jax. flight duties as photo-technician, rations. responsible for coordinating the
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yy y; +r++Yee crew chief, and assistant navi- Mrs. Richard Lewlnson, owner program. /

gator. of the store providing the Committee chairman for the

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WEEKEND REBELS-T/i.- Coriutr. Al. F rc+ it o,. the rltf at
Rebel Field near Mercedet Tex. Membrrthip In the CAF It limited

200 officcrt, all fonnniioned; at colonels and n teren-man generalttaff. E
The membert are fljiiift enlltut\at\ ir/io combine n neriout In.
tere"t in air history with; a ton ue'in-cheele attitude toward the otd -
South. For hittnry't take the CAF maintain; a flying inuteuni of nine/ _
planet, all oj which taw action; in World War 11.Treasury. .
COMMITTEE AND GUESTS hold informal review after fashion lun a

cheon. Miss Brothers, buyer, and Mrs. Richard Lewinson, owner of

the local store which provided the fashions, discuss events of the

afternoon with Mrs. K. A. Parmalee.Mrs.W. S. Baker and Luncheon

Chairman, Mrs. W..G. Lawson.


-4 Hopes to Revive l-
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Bedeviled BillNew t
Two-Dollar
wwPr SIMPLE IN DESIGN... .of*. .,

York (AFPS) --The two-dollar bill often the most maligned and new. erections for after five,will .f
rarest of U. S. legal paper currency is set to make a ccT back It 9 nevertheless turn a few erA .

should soon be appearing with some regularity at the Arm- Foes If
pay tables. : .. f
The U. S. Treasury Department Is launching a major compaign n
to revive and circulate the $2
bill as potentially the most useful # ;t f8 z
of any denomination today. "In modern economy, saysU.
S. Treauurer Mrs. Kathryn
Next time you make a PX I
"and !
O'Hay Granahan especially
purchase, note the amount you
In retail trade so many Items
put on the counter. Chances are,
/ / are priced at a dollar and a
experts say, It's $L49 or $1.75or
fraction that It just makes more i
$1.98--rather than a dollar or
11 RACES NIGHTLY ON I IK common sense to give one bill
less. ,
than use two $1 bills." : r@

But common sense is not Trea-

NEW IN ORANGE PARK sury's only reason for pushingthe FOR THAT DAYTIME EVENT. .
deuce. The is
big reason
the flowing cape of this new paste l
FASHION FABRICS printing expense. It costs a pennyto smile will
I dress and a quick.
print either a $1 or $2 bill
CORDUROY So obviously printing costs wouldbe ly cakh attention.

DAN RIVER cut In half for every $2 bill ,y.- yi P Y 7
.INDIANHEADBATES e WASH & WEARSeSPRIHGKNIGHT printed In place of a one. That ". I
& "''" .
9
can amount to great savings con- ; ,' ,
Wild hogs are defined as hogs I!:. !"
million bills
sidering that 4.6 $1 .
$1.19vD1 printed day and the life that are actually living in the .t f "
are
every D
139( TO wild and connotbe leagally claimed "< x'", .t
span of each bill I Is only 18 '. .
material. months. as domestic hogs in private .,,%. '" ,..,..,....i' _
washable suiting "' ,
We have a complete line of fall ownership. Wild hogs are not )
Register for FREE PRIZE. All Sewing notions & patterns. The big problem Is, of course, considered game animals until FOR EVENING WEAR. ..oneofthe
the nation of the
convincing $2 they have been so designated bythe models holds
OPEN 9 to 6 DAILY bill's usefulness and exploding professional
Game and Fresh Water Fish audiencei
the
the attention of
the which surrounds
SOUTH superstition

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Bluejacket's I lee Acey Ducey Club Thursday CPO Club, October 15 MoviesMovies


Happy Hour will be shown regularly -

Thursday,.October 15 Thursday, October 15 Friday, October 16 Saturday.at 7 p. m. Monday through

Carl Boyd and the R ythm Kings Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.no. Dance to Mel Gaden and Lazy NATTC will have two feature

8:30.1130 ptm Rhythm GirlsSaturday times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. on

Friday, October 16 Saturdays and Sundays. The hospital -
Friday, October 16 October 17 will have one feature on
Phil & The Chantels 8:30-
Cay Dance to Bud Clark Sunday's at 7 p. m.
March Wilson & the Red Coats 12:30 a.m.Saturday.
Mainside theatre will stay the
9-1 a.m. Sunday, October 18 same except for the evening feature -

October 17 Dance to Mark Castle which will begin at 7:30: p.m.
Saturday, October 17 These are subject to change.
& The Crescents 8:30 Mondoy, October 19
Lazy Rhythm Girls with Mel Ga- Jerry Kiddie Matinee at the Mainside<

I _j$ den 9-1 a.'m.Sunday 12:30 a.m. Pizza Night theater, Saturdays at 2 p. m.

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October 18 Sunday, October 18 Tuesday, October 20 Thursday, October 15
Mainside Wild & Wonderful -
Phil Cay & the Chantels 8:30 -I Game Night 5:30 7:30 p.m. Open Tony Curtis, Christine
a March Wilson 8:3011:30
11:30 p.m.Monday. p.m. Wednesday, October 21 Kaufmann
NATTC Day of the Triffids -
October 19 Monday, October 19 Music By Cappy's Combo Howard Deel I, Nicole Maurey

Pizza 2 for 1 Night Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m. Hospital Lady in a Cage -
0"ClubThursday Olivia De Havilland Ann
Southern
Tuesday, October 20 Tuesday, October 20 October )15
Friday, October 16
Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Game Night 7:30 9:30 p.m.
Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
LEGGY LANE. -Singer Abbe Lan Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday Mainside Racing Fever Joe
listens to a vintage record playerin Wednesday, October 21 Wednesday, October 21 Morrison, Barbara Biggart
October 16 NATTC-Wild&Wonderful-
a tropical ,,,,,inK. The scene it Game Night 8 p.m. Movies sports 8 p.m. Tony
Curtis, Christine Kaufmann
/rom an upcoming TV .laow. Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
Hospital Day of the Triffids -
Dinner 6 9:30 p.m.
Howard Keel Nicole
Muarey
Sam Ross 8-12 a.m. ,

.,. Saturday, October 17
po Saturday, October 17
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND tzfIY Mainside Law of the Lawless -
Dinner 6 9:30 p.m.
THE BEACHES Dale Robertson, Yvonne De
Johnny Jelnick 8:3012:30: a.m. Carlo

PRESENTS Sunday, October 18 NATTC Racing Fever Joe

\\W I11B1Do DANCE BANDS Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs of Morrison, Barbara Biggart
Beefs round Hospital Wild & Wonderful -
COMEDY Steamship
___ Tony Curtis, Christine
AND ACTS Monday, October 19 Kaufmann

Well-Known Entertainment Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Sunday, October 18
is our Business Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday .
Mainside Last of Fast Guns -
30, Hands Torn Which To Choose October 20 Jock Mahoney, Linda Crystal
IF YOU Mii: : A BAND FOR NATTC Law of the Lawless -
ANY ENGAGEMENT Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
Dale Robertson, Yvonne De
CALL 388-9634 (Mexican)
nrnm Nights & Sun. 768-5875 Carlo
FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) Wednesday, October 21 Hospital Raving Fever Joe
1349 CASSAT, Happy Hour 3:30.6 p.m. Morrison, Barbara Biggart

WE:mtxammm. TIE I-smMOTHIIte JAX., FLA. Family Chicken Night 6-9 p.m. Fried. Monday, October 19

> \ Mainside Robinson
Crusoe
on

** .. II'"*"DOWN',,,,-",';, "if-1" ".sftt*)&MsV 4.\'''''_'I$t"3fc'..:1 PAY.Ji..,....':.'),''W'''MINTS''fC:.;I.!VlfeVAJk! ""'(.*"...!t.. ,: Mars Lunden- Raul Mantee, Vic
WEEKEND
NATTC Last of Fast Guns -

BRUNSWICK PREMIUM Jock Mahoney, Linda Crystal
Hospitl Law of the Lawless -
1 100% DUPONT NYLON TUBELESS SPECIALS Dale Robertson, Yvonne De

Nationwide Guarantee in Writing Carlo

34 Months Rood Ma sard Guarantee Thurs. Fri. Sat. Tuesday, October 20
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE rtiii cort
800 114 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE Mainside Under the Yum Yum
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE CHRISTMAS CARDS Tree -. Jack Lemmon, Carol
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 \ FREE Lynley
25 box (same design)
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE per NATTC
Robinson Crusoe on
650 X 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE 77
VALUES TO
$1.50 Mars Raul Mantee Vic
,
670 x 15 3 fUR 76.95 1 FREE 't
710 x 15 3:-FOR 79.35 1 FREE Lunden
760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE Hospital Last of Fast Guns -
RYE GRASS SEED
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE ANNUAL ( Jock Mahoney, Linda Crystal

77* VALUE 5 LB. BAG 67t Wednesday, October 21

100 LB. BAG 12.77 Mainside Flippers New Adven-

tureLuke Halpin, Pamela
PIECE GOODS SALE Franklin

5 YD. $1 NATTC Under the Yum Yum
VALUES TO 59* Tree Jack Lemmon, Carol
Lynley >.
REBUILD 2 BALL JOINTS WOMEN'S SEAMLESS NYLONSTAN Hospital Robinson Crusoe on

ALIGNMENT PLUS PARTS & LABOR $17.95 Mars Paul Mantee, Vic

2 SHOCKS LABOR & PARTS 12.95 TONE AND SUNTONE 37 -i Lunden"w
8ft.} to 11
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BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95

.WHEEL: BALANCE .99 NATIONAL BRAND HAIR SPRAYS

WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3.99

TUNE UPBIG 4.95 99* to $1.97 VALUES .

AQUA NETLUSTRE CREME 67j.

,. CHIEF TIRE CO. .TONI CREME SUAVE Plus Tax _yij

544.4. NORMANDY 620 'ROOSEVELT 2809 MAY-f QR/T/ ROAD e 6 S3?

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Navy Wives Ell Ing assisted by Mrs. Richard
Kredell, Mrs. Billy Klnlaw,Mrs.
Charles Yeager and Mrs. James .
Club #86The Wayne.At .."' \
this meeting,members were
members of Navy Wives Informed of the scholarship
Club Jax #86, met last Wednes- granted to a local navy dependent; LITTLEOR
day evening at their clubhouse the recipient Is Miss Mary Eliza-
aboard the Naval Air Station beth Rosa, daughter of Chief
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner presiding. and Mrs. John Rosa, who resides NO DOWN
Guests were Introduced by the at #6328 Sauterne Drive, PAYMENTCREDIT
master-at-arms and the follow- here In Jacksonville. The
ing ladies were Installed as mem- Scholarship Foundation of the APPROVEDBY
bers of the organization: Mrs. Navy Wives Clubs of America, PHONE
Sterling Halsey, Mrs. Richard .gave Miss Rosa a scholarshipfor FINER USED CARS
KredelL Mrs. Billy Kinlaw and $500.00 and she Is now enrolled WE'LL BEAT ANYBODY'SCAR
Mrs.! Richard Wright. at Florida State Univer-
New Chairmen were named to sity, majoring In American History DEAL
fill vacancies created by trans- and English. Mary Elizabeth MRS. W. M. BETTS, decoration chairman for the JOWC sponsored PETEPEEPLES
fers. Mrs. Anthony Skipper will plans to become a teacher. Our "Nights at the Worlds Fair", conducts a workshop of the subcommittee *
be Co-chairman the Not-New- warmest congratulations to Miss chairmen. The women who represent the NAS Commands,
Shop, while Mrs. AlbertGastiger Rosa and she can be assured of will decorate the pavilions to be featured. Left to right they are:
will assist with the pick-up ser- the best wishes for her success,
Mrs. Cornelius Kastelein; Mrs. J. H. McEachren; Mrs.W. J. Vaught;
vice.For Socials, Mr!'. Robert from Navy Wives Club Jax #86. Mrs. W. C.Forehand;Mrs.L.E.Norton;Mrs W. M. Betts (standing), 1035 MAIN ST.
Club members will meet at the decoration chairman; Mrs. H. F. McCue, over-all chairman of the "WE WELCOME SERVICE
USO Notes clubhouse on Oct. 14at7:30P.M. affair; Mrs. E. L. Wilkinson; Mrs. J. P. Cullen; and Mrs. T. A. Gra PERSONEL"ATTENTION
to conduct work-shop on postersfor ham.
the corning fashion show.
Thursday, October l 15' Serving refreshments after the KIPS WHO WATCH IV

Homemade Goodies Night meeting these on ladies Wednesday, Mrs. Anthony eveningwere NIGHT AND PAY WILL 60POWN

Friday, October 16 Skipper, Mrs.Earle Snyder,Mrs. IN HistoRy-Nor

Peppermint Party 8-11 p.m. James Shaffer.Weaver and Mrs. Ray TO MFN110IJ ARITHMETICGFOGRAPNYANDGQAMMAR all Navy PersonnelTravel

Saturday, October 17 Next meeting will be held on
Act. 21 at 7:30 p. m. at the
Surprise Night t
clubhouse Enterprise Ave.The.
Sunday, October 18 report on the National Conven
tion will be given at this time.
Grace Chapel Parish
The raffle of the one hundred
Monday, October 19 dollars will also take place at
Cabret Party this meeting. All members are
urged to turn in their stubbs and!
Tuesday, October 20 money to the Chairman, Mrs. r- _

Game Night Conly Ownby.

Wednesday, October 21

Disc Jockey Show 8-11 p.m. cluou[}


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AMBITIOUS BEAUTIFUL/ ; TRAVELERSCHEQUES BALTIMORE 20.00
GREED WASHER PHILADELPHIA 22128
MOTIVE
NEW YORK 24.43
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PITTSBURGH 25.53
G BOSTON 30.15
M This kind of money Is Impossible to lose --- actually we CHICAGO 27.10
mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers ST. LOUIS 22.40
Cheque issued to you. Best way there is to carry money MIAMI 9.18
when you're traveling.If .
Fares to other cities on request
you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way---buy
EASTMANCp R Travelers Cheques from the Darnett.
Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth. For information and reservations contact:
r PLEASE NOTE]J-, BANKING HOURS
NO ONE WILL BE Monday( thru Th ursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM B.C. Miller CPA
ADMITTED DURING Friday: 9:30 AM til 430 PM Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, ATLANTIC'
THE LAST 13 MINUTES ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS 500 Water SLJacksonville

APPRECIATE. YOU'LL IT! Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 Phone: EL 3.1244, Fla. COAST I LINE L I E

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t 5by #91 LAFRA met last Monday Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

evening at the home of Mrs. Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
George Lancaster.On the agenda, Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
were discussions on events plan- too late for this deadline will be published the fol-
week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.
ned for the coming holiday seasons lowing
and recommendations"to be A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must'be-'

brought up at the regular meet- received WITH the copy for the ad.
DO NOT SEND CASH.

A Ing.A regular meeting was held RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . LOO
last Monday at the clubhouse on Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 35
't-- k v' Roosevelt Blvd. with President - .....: -
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Paula Miller presiding.
FLEET RESERVE HALL for rent ORANGE PARK an outstandingvalue.
4 After the opening rituals,
were Introduced and the Civic groups, military parties, Perfect 3 Br. home on
MRS. JULIA HARTMAN, Navy Exchange cosmetic department, re. guests following ladies were Installedas catering service. 171-9951 or beautiful lot at cor. Collins Rd.

ceivet a certificate of merit and congratulations 'from Exchange Officer '. members of Unit #91: Mrs. 389-9808 after 6:00 P. M. and NY ave. Call James Hackney,

Cdr. T. E. Stevenson. Mrs. Hartman completed a cosmetic John Fogarty, Mrs. Jake Pugh, 264-9486 Frank W. Brown and
training course, studying the latest techniques in skin and makeupcare. Mrs. William Caffarella Mrs. FREE MAPS and Triple "A" Associates 264-9504 Brokers-

Harold Lutz and Mrs. C. Under- information. Special attention to 264-9505

wood, Mrs. E. Nelson Navy. Call 7811277.
1961 ECONOLINE FORD pick-up
At this meeting, a report on
3 BEDROOM HOME Close to truck, A/C cab.Phone EV.8-0683
THE the National Convention of the
NAS, $50 down $50 month.: Call after 5JEAN'S
FRA, recently held In Indiana-
Art Powell-USN, Retd. with Col-
polls, was given to the assembly
QUALITY mery-Wllklnson Realtors. 264- DANCE ACADEMY
by Mrs. Sandefer Wilson; Mrs.
Wilson the 6144 or 353-367L Venetia Wesconnett Bellair
was proxy delegatefor
GOES IN Unit #91 at the Convention.Mrs. EV_ _4-3055 SP 15464.
FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
Harvey Miller Is the new
BEFORETHE chairman for the Audit Boardof 3-plex, 4 plex, 3 ml NAS $115mo. BABY SIT for working mother
J LAFRA. The members of Unit Owner 771-8697 and Eves phone 387-5906. Mrs.
COLORHANDCRAFTED #91 are conducting a drive for Betty Day Lot #7 Justiss Trailer
used toys, to aid the project TRAILER LOT 50' X 100' 10 Park at Yukon.

NAME GOES ONI sponsored by theJ aycees In Jack- mln. NAS, 6085 Townsend Road
sonville. Anyone that may have SP 1-6188, after 6 pm. :'ree FURN APT small, lights and
discarded toys and wish donate local hauling. water furn. conv. to NAS,s'tores.

COLOR TV them to this cause, can contact $45 mo. 389-4275
Mrs. Thomas F. Lancaster, FURN. APTS. 557 Oak, Studio
Janice Circle 5253; they may apt. $45 mo. 4; 3 rm. apt $50 SPACIOUS BEAUT. 1 BR apt.
leave these toys at the FRA mo. 6 clean& comf. EV 89886. Adults no pets. reas. by appt.
World's Finest clubhouse #8554 Roosevelt Blvd. EV 8-8013 Also master bedr.
The clubhouse is open daily from UNFURN. APT FOR RENT bath.
y PerfcrnlntColefTY 11:00 a. m. until midnight. Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR,

; After the meeting refreshmentswere Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $115 mo. MAN WITH CAR-Part-time, lto

MandaafledcAaasla served by Mrs. Joseph Owner 771-8697 4 evenings, choose your hours.
Pierotti and Mrs. Frank Lodesky.Mrs. Earn $32 up. Spare time For
.
t ., f N.print*!circuits Thomas F. Lancaster fur- SPECIAL PARTIES We furn- info & appointment. Call
Nt prrtucttatihrtcutt nished the door prize. nlsh bands, food, & party space. 387-4978 to 7 P. M.
f For entertainment call 388-6954.
/ Super Celd Yld.e SINGER for $20.00 Sewing
I Guard TMMTZtnlth Leave the pet goldfish at home
HOUSE FOR RENT Reason- machine, good condition,guaran-
when In Florida.
ittnttd you go fishing
able, Southslde, conv. shpingcntr teed. Phone 353-1946 night or
Ctler l DtmodvUtM The Game and Fresh Water Fish
1' Commission prohibits the bus, expressway. Call day. Will deliver no obligation.
pos- 7813190The A-1 Sewing Machine Exchange.
r seslon of any goldfish or carp
$3999 while fishing.
MODEL 5204U first conclusion to be derived The theatre, if it is to surviveat
from history Is that our all, must remember its enter-

CHURCH of CHRIST democracy by conception and tainment function. The way it is
265 sq.in. visible picture area; commitment white demo- now we don't feel we've
was a gotten
21 overall drag picture measurement '
5223 UESCONMHT BLVD. The our money's worth in a theatre
NEAR NAS cracy only. Negro was excluded
TIMUQUANA T.V. JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. from Declaration of Independence unless we come out of it laden
SUNDAYS and from the Con- with guilt, kicked in the stomach
: stitution. Much of the Intract- with social blame. When we do see
5617 TIMUQUANA ROADSP 10:00M.. IllBLi: WORSHIP' able difficulty American demo- a pleasant comedy we've nothing
11:00: ,\. M. WORSIIIP cracy has experienced with respect in life to relate it to.
1-4484 7:00: P.M. EVENING! SERVICEWEDNESDAYS to the Negro citizen, there- William Inge, Sat Review 2-22-64.

: fore, comes from having to restructure -
SALES SERVICE 7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE Its basic institutions tc

RENTALS $15.00 PER MO. CIIURCII PHONE SP 1.5075 make room for him. "The Neg-
: MINISTER PIIONE SP 1-2646 ro's Problem Is the White's" NY
Times Mag. 2964.
COUPONYour


EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS FriendlyBOWL.O.MATIC
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THE'65's LANE
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At Cedar Creek

I FURNISHED ... $65.00( Phone 384.6221 or

PLYMOUTHVALIANT I I BARRACUDA: I UNFURNISHED $55.00 Moonlight 387.3569 Bowling


AT.PO'WE'lLp.lY Children Welcome Every Sunday Night

Conveniently Locatedto From 9:00: P.M.

MO..UTH.' downtownNAS and Cecil FREE PRIZES


.. .. .. ... One Free Game With

.. .1218SA..MARCO. .. CLEO DAVIS Two Paid Games
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: REALTORS-INSURORS Void After Nov. 1, 1964
'IT"SE'ASY'TOIRAD.E
AT POWELL PLYMOUTH 588 S. Edgewood
k MUST HAVE COUPONPAGE ,
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OCTOBER ,
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9
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Local Officers Cdr.
SmithPromoted
career as a commercial Illustrator -
Cash Offered For Artist Visits he has dealt exclusivelywith
Attend RotaConference To various types of air vehicles.
He has produced manycovers for

Capt. at VP-30 MilitaryHarrisburg. NARTU's HangarLeroy Naval Service Aviation magazines News. Including

Pa (AFPS)-The A native of Santa Barbara,
Capt J. R. Ward, Chief Staff Cdr Bruce publisher of Suckpole Books Is Calif., drlmell served a three
Air B. Smith, Commanding C.Grlnnell,commercial
of Fleet Eleven
Officer Wing Officer of PatrolSquadron offering a $2,500 award to the Illustrator for the Orlando branch year tour In the Navy. Return-
and Capt B. B. Smith Commanding Individual "the to civilian life he
submitting most Ing enrolledat
Officer of Patrol SquadronThlrn' Thirty since December 1963, of the Martin Company (manufacturers -
was the promising" unpublished l book the Art Center School in Los
promoted to rank of Captain of the BILLPUP Alr-
attended conference an aircraft tran- on October L He was honored manuscript of 40,000 words or to-Surface missile), paid a visitto Angeles, Calif., and! graduated In
sition planning with at cake-cutting ceremonies a- more, in English by Dec. 31, NARTU lax last weekend. 1957 with a Bachelor of Professional
VP-7 last week at the Naval Station Arts
board the squadron recently.A 1965. Degree.
Rota, Spain.JacksonvlUe native of Waupaca, Wisconsin The award is being made according Hoping to get some new Ideas Grinned lives with his wife
based VP-7, he attended the University to the publisher "To for his work Grlnnellspentmost and! three children at 2312
commanded by Cdr. T. A. Gra- of Wisconsin before joining the stimulate the creative development of the weekend! watching operations Hastings St. In Orlando, Fla.
ham, is currently deployed to Naval Aviation Cadet Program In of professional military around NARTU's hangararea.
Rota and is preparing to tran- 1942. literature." .
sition from the SP-2E to the new be authored ,':,Jr.s..a&l gt the ,kw: to water
In 22 years of naval service he Manuscripts must Grlnnell's interest in all '.'.',
Jack types. )kl' el Lteven; full ,.
er SP-2H upon returning to has had flying duty with both or co-authored by an active duty and models of aircraft began This Florida during a ;
law
moon.
sonville. not
fleets, was a member of the first member or former member of his childhood. may
during his
During
The conference headed by Capt class of the General Line the armed forces, by a memberof be very romantic, but it does
Ward and attended by key train- School In 1948.Navy's. the reserve forces, by any help make night boating a safe
--- -- --
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present or former civilian em-
VP-7 and VP-30, resolved
ployee of the Defense Depart-
of the scheduling problems Civilian Promotions-Continued
many
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of such
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VP-30 the Combat Replacement Control
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assist in the changeover. to Aircraft Quality Control Specialist GS-7. that manuscripts on

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w u Aircraft Quality Control Specialist, GS-7. In accordance with individual
Woods, Curtis B. from Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to Aircraft service regulations.No "Serving Jax. 5 yrs"
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Abramson, Frank V. from Apprentice Sheetmetal Worker to Sheet- Manuscripts should be typewritten FREEINSPECTION

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1 JJ1f WHOWILL5HAPHVOJRWEDGEWOOD FRIEND wrrnour IGA ASKING PERSON i Fla. Archers To Have : 'R':; .



THE GrE OF ItZ 1'1.JlltfSi'ij!:_ /I'

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Florida's archers will have four special hunts in which to test

their skill and hunting ability during the 1964-65 hunting season

A according to A.D. Aldrich, director, Game and Fresh Water Fish

Commission.The .
first special hunt opens on the Eglin Wildlife Management

Area in Northwest Florida on October 24 with daily hunting through

November 8. Archers will be required to possess a special Eglin

-- pFtttatasss. hunting permit and check In and out of the hunting area daily. Eglin .

permits may be obtained through the Air Force Forestry Sectionat

Jackson Guard Station, Nicevllle, or at any forestry tower. -rr w xi

The second special hunt opens times for three weekend hunts

on the Cirtrus Wildlife Manage- through January 3L The Fish-
In Central Florida
ment Area on
APARTMENTS October 17 with dally hunting eating Creek archery hunt will MIDDlE FOOTBALL fans didn't have much to cheer about recently,
be for wild only
through November 1, and five open hog hinting when Georgia Tech drubbed the Naval Academy 17-0 in a highly
ACROSS FROM and archers will be allowed one
special weekend hunts through publicized and followed game staged in the Jacksonville Gator
HAS MAIN GATE per day and two per season.
December 6. Archers will be required Archers will be required to Bowl. Here Georgia Tech halfback Gerry Bussell ''No. 23)) romps

12&3BEDROOMSCENTRAL to possess a special Cit- possess a special FisheatlngCreek for considerable yardage, which seemed to be the order of the

rus archery permit and checkIn archery permit costing day. 'Navy Photo by FAPLI)
and out of the check stations
$5.00 Permits will be available at
AIR CONDITIONING & HEATS when leaving the area.Citrus archery -
Creek check
the Fisheating sta-

85.$ S 12O.BURBRIDGE from offices permits of the may County be obtained Judgein tion.The fourth special hunt openson IntramuralFootball IM GolfThe

Citrus Permits will
County. the Guano River Wildlife Mac- Jacksonville Naval AirStation's
also be available at #2 and #4
In Northeast
agement Area Intramural "linksters"action
REALTY, check stations during the first Florida on January 23 and continues
five days of the special hunt. for the past week, shaped
REALTORS for five weekend hunts follows
as
The third hunt on up :
special opens
117 E. BAY ST. EL 4-6646 through February 2l The Guano
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J Management Area in South Communications Intramuraltouch
for wild hog hunting only and
Florida on January 16 and con- football team continued fo"bowlover"
archers will be allowed one
per
A". A/C Malnt 7-2 5-1
and two season. Archers it's opponents, as
day per Hosp"A", FAETU 5-4 4-2
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r 5n Nat'l league with their undefeated -
at the Guano River check NARTU, FICEUR 5-4 33lIosp"
6-0 record.
station. B". ComFairJax 6-3 1-5
EmU Krnavek accounted for
Aldrich said that archers will VAP-62, VP-5 6-3 3-3
three of Communication's
seven
be required to possess regular
touch downs with JamesJackson
hunting license In addition to the ,
Terrance Bill Wallace and
I special hunt permits. Archers Hayes AMERICAN RED CROSS
Denzel Gleason each tabulated
,
may also use bow and arrows to
take wildlife during the regular one TD apiece. Roy McKenney (Continued from Poge3))
accounted for the lone FICEUR
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VP-30 The American
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65 FORDS must be capable of casting a leader at 5-0, squeezed by the pneumonia. Another anxious
VP-45 squad by a single point,
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7-6. Bill Thomas scored VP30'sTD
yards. with the doctor's
Dorothy ending
with Tom Lusby being credited -
recommendation that Fred
with the point after.Dick Doo- apply

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OCTOBER 15, 1964
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11



r ,4 ioo: i + Jax Navy :- NATTC, : SportsSS2 "


Sky Divers NATTC FOOTBALL

(APPS W..kly Feature) Monday night the two NATTC1st ## 1 3
place teams MAD1 and AO AEG( ) 1/2 31/2
Unofficial Medal Derby Would you like, for the first Navy, fought to keep the 1st AO 1/2 31/2
time in your earthbound place led In the NATTC Touch
In terms medals. won, the United States Is the undisputed all- existence, to be truely free? Football League. MAD1/# walked NATTC BOWLING
:tim itf: :Olympia? ,; Games, champion. In fact, Uncle Sam's athletes have Would you like to breathe the away with the 1st place lead over (crop 6 Teams in the League)
built\ipto blg.vlead since the modern Olympic era began tni89: .& nat clean, clear, cool'blue air of the AO Navy with a 18-6 win, with I AEAr# 52-8
the lead appears to be safe for another 100 years. sky above? Would you like to dive good blocking, and "Big Jim MAD2# / 44-20
The United States, going Into the 1964 Games, has won 469 Gold and glide, to loop and turn and:! Proute throwing the long MAD1 44-20
Medals, 328 Silver and 281 Bronze, for .a total of 1078. In second roll, as carefree In your boundless passes, which enabled James Dental 42-18
place In the medals-won standings Is Great Britain with 445, which ocean of air as a purpotse Robinson, Jim Turner, and Mike AEA2# 41-23
means the United States lead Is a whopping 633 medals. Rounding cavorting In the sea? Would you Sealy to score the three big touchdowns Dldg. 509 40-20)
out the top In the standings are Sweden 375, Germany 343, and France like to float down from a half- for MAD###L Basbaglll
33L England: Is also second In Gold Medals with 130, followed by mile high under a brilliantly scored the,only touch down for: ,
Sweden 115, and France 111. colored canopy as silently and AO Navy. ,
So where Is Russia? The Soviets are sixth in the standings but softly as a Milwaukee an a
they're coming on like Gangbusters. They've won a total of 277 summer breeze? Would you like, TEAM W/L
medals, Including 102 Gold Medals--good for fifth place in that after this Incomparable experience MAD#1 4-0
category--but this Is an amazing total when you consider that Russia to land exhilarated and relaxed AO Navy 3-1
this year will be taking part In only her fourth Olympic Games. as gently as If you had MAD4# 3-1 CAN YOUTAKE
The United States racked up Its staggering total over 14 Olympic jumped from shoulder height? If MAD2# 2-1
meetings.In you think you might enjoy this MAD3# 1-2 YOUR CAR
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Nonetheless, the unofficial medal derby Is as Interesting as it Is parent or guardian must signa
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team and his country probably adds to his performance. Still, the the club. Stop by the Parachuteclub [3 IL rlm
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The 1964 Games In Tokyo shape up In the medal race as a close directly behind the NATTC Administration -
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other requirement Is the
Judging from the performances of members of the two teams In desireto
pre-Olympic competition, the Armed Forces Press Service pre- Do make the long step Into space.

game ,analysis has the United States bounding back from the 1960 you qualify? .", ..
Olympics and taking a slight edge over Russia In the medals-won
department. The Americans should cop about 92 medals to Russia's
B8, but the Soviets figure to win about 40 Gold Medals to the United

States' 34. worn by all field personnel,
regional managers, Information
SportsAn Khaki TanReplaced officers, and office receptionists,
Is bottle green with tan shirts IN BELLAIR
and stripes. The new jacket Is
Shorts By bottle green with tan shoulder WE'RE SELLING QUALITYOF
straps; the trousers are bottle
organizational meeting for Bottle GreenThe green with one Inch tan stripes; COURSE
Intramural basketball officials
the shirt Is tan with bottle green
will be held In the Athletic Of- of shoulder straps. The new uniform 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS
familiar khaki uniform
fice, 3 October 19
Bldg. Monday
regulation prescribes straw
at 12 noon. This meeting will the Florida wildlife officer will hats for summer and felt hats $10,900 TO $13,000We
be but 'a to be
soon memory
help set up dates and times for for winter, and black shoes or
associated with bygone days In
conducting the basketball clinic
boots, black belt, holster
sessions. All persons InterestedIn the forests, fields, lakes and and 'cartridge gun carrier and black have more to offer than another area.
Invited attend. rivers. The old khaki uniform of
officiating are to necktie.
the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission Is being replaced by
According to Aldrich the new -BUT-
October 21 Is the date set for a uniform of new design and uniforms are of a wash and wear
an organizational handball meet- color, according to A. D, Ald- material and each officer is
type
rich director, Game and Fresh
The 9:30 meeting will ,
ing. a. m. being provided with an Initial
be held In the Athletic Office, Water Fish Commission.The Issue of six complete uniformsWflOq'i We invite you to compare quality of design, materialand
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JOWC Sponsors Intramural Fish Luring


Swim ProgramSwimming BOViling Legit. In

Tied for the first place posi- Fla. WatersAttracting
Instructions for all tion In the Nat'l league are the
active duty and retired service Protons and the Air Frames with fresh water fish by
personnel and their dependents 22-10 league records.The second baiting or luring Is perfectly legitimate -
will be sponsored by the Jacksonville place position In held downby the In Florida waters but ) UNDER,
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14. Swimming classes for beginners American League are held respectfully Fish Commission.
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tignano, of the Typhoons postedthe Mix Masters, Spoilers 3-1 meal soy bean meal or with a 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN. .. . .. . $2495
high game with a 198 tab- Avions, Cutters 3-1 commercial fish food.
ulation. Auto/transmission/ V-8, power steer, factory Air/condition
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Mrs. N. Knock, of the Mon Durgermasters, Owl Hoots 4-0 ed R&H, Ivory over lake green.
soons, rolled the high set by rol- Pizzan's FICEUR #2 2-2 "Ic WMOOMR-tt 63 IMPALA $2295
ling a 465 game and Pearl Stan- Auto/trans/ V-8, power steer R&H, Solid turquoise white
kaltes converted the lone split J Roti&t top.

an 8-1P, In the two nights of National LeagueAF679th 63 FORD GALAXIE 500 ..... . . . . $2195
action. 103rd St. at Wesconneff Blvd. 4 door sedan, auto/transmission, V-8, power steer/brakes,
The team standings for the NARTU #2 3-1 wE WIRE FLOWERS
factory air/conditioned XX ,clean. ,
Marines 7 3-1
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week ending October 9 are. w/L Scatter Pins, Play Boys 4-0 PHONE SP ,1-3770 or SP 1-0250' 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$2295
Hurricanes 11-5 FLOWERSFOR V-8 R&H Solid white XXX clean.
Baymen, Air Frames 3-1 auto/trans ,
Tornadoes Blizzards 10-6 8-8 FICEUR CPO's, Rejects 4-0 EVERY OCCASIONFREE 62 MONZA COUPE ..... . . . . 1595
Cyclones 7-9 Rookies, Army 3-1 DELIVERY 4 speed transmission R&H, Solid block, red interior

Monsoons 7-9 Protons, Darters 4-0 JEWELL J. SMITH 62MONZA COUPE . .. . . . . .$1595
AOMD, FKEUR3 3-1 Solid blue WSW.
Typhoons 5-11 Auto/transmission, R&H ,
62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE ..... : . . $1995
5915 Philips W Auto/trans., V-8, power steer R&H, Solid, black, WSW.

THp w999iBrwun 62 KOMBY VOLKSWAGEN BUS. .... :. . $1495
3 VANDERBILT TIRES 9 passenger, R&H tuton green

62 FALCON DELUXE . . . . . .$1195
OFFICELOUNGE "PROVEN FOR MILEAGEQUALITYPRICE"AUTO 2 Door std. shift, 6 cyl. R&H Solid maroon, wsw, Clean

3 CENTERSTO SERVE YOU 61 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN. .... . .. . '. $1495
Auto/trans., V-8 Power/steer., heater, canary yellow.

NO MONEY I DOWN w I 17' P'Ek. 61 VOLKSWAGEN . .. . . . . .$1095
VRnU WEEK All Vinyl interior, 4 speed transmission, R&H.
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DANCING 60 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN ... . . . .$1295
ht QUALITY NYLON derbitPremkum V-8 auto/trans R&H, ivory over blue, XX Clean.

24 MONTH 3& MONTH I 60 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN. . . . . $895
UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE 4 door wagon, auto/trans V-8; R&H, new paint.

BLACK.ALL WHITEWALL 53 FORD 4 DOOR . .. . . .,. . .$295
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