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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1964
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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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I'uhlislu'clly| the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be CpqevtaKUMTottidal I expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military ( of t .evyrfvices advertised.
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VOL. 22 NO. 34 U. S. \\\S11I\bcTOBER\ 22 1964
NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Y'r\:\ \ \ ,

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Air Show-Open House To Entertain -




Thousands Of Jax Residents HereThe


gates to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station open at noon on Sunday. Nov. 1. for the big air show-

open house program In celebration of the station's 24th anniversary. The Air Show will be highlightedby

the Navy's Flight Demonstration Team, the famous "Blue Angels."

CREW NUMBER ONE FIRST GROUP IN. Appropriately, the first In addition to the air show, an Interesting display of equipment and material will be exhibited In the
Unit 113 and aircraft will be on display In the Immediate
No.
Naval Air Reserve Training Hangar, ,
of' VP-7' detachment returned numberone
plane homecoming crew
vicinity of ,the hangar. The air show begins at 2:00 P. M. to be concluded with the performance of the
to NAS Jax. The SP.2E Neptune was flown by Cdr. Thomas A.
3:15 P. M.
Blue Angels beginning at
Graham, Commanding Officer' of' Patrol Squadron Seven, and was A photo-flash loop by an spectator will see the most exciting ship being comprised of volunteers -

part of' the squadron based at Rota, Spain. Also returning was the RF8A Crusader jet will open low-level formation flying from nearly every branchof

squadron's six-plane detachment 'from Keflavik, Iceland. the air show. Following will be performed by man. the Armed Forces.

parachute exhibition jumps by the The Blue Angels, who put out The Club's first jump was madeon

"Vapor Trails" of the Jax Navy a little extra whenever they cometo March 11 of that year. Dur-
PatRon 7 Returns From 5 Vi Mo Sports Parachute Club. Their Jacksonville will execute ing the two and one-half years

dazzling performance of free- some of the most daring maneuvers the club has been In existence,

KeFlavik Rota Deployment falling and other parachuting to be seen anywhere. Fly- they have logged over 3,200 para- ..

.& techniques will last for 20 ing the Grumman FllA"Tlger." chute descents.
the Angels fly in flight formation When the Jacksonville Air Station -
Last Friday afternoon the SP-2E Neptunes of Patrol Squadron minutes.At I
Seven led by Cdr. Thomas A. Graham, Commanding: Officer of the 2:25 P. M. there will be at high speeds In a flawless dem- celebrated Its 23rd AnnIver-

squadron, returned to NAS Jax from overseas deployment. AU of the high performance take-offs and onstration of precision flying. sary In October 1963 the Vapor

anguish of 5 1/2 months seemed to disappear from the hundreds of low passes over the field by theNavy's Although the Individual maneu- Trails shared billing with the
vers performed by the team are. Navy's Chutlng Stars parachute
wives, children, parents and friends on hand to greet the squadron as most modern carrier- I
based aircraft the F4B Phantom those taught to every prospec- team and the famed Blue Angels
,
planes taxied In, one by one, and once again the VP-7 airmen were ,
united with their loved ones. Captain A. C. Cason, Commander Fleet F8 Crusader and A5A Vigilante.At tive naval aviator, the entire precision( flight team.
show as It is seen today, has In Sept. 1963, seven membersof
Air Wing Eleven, was on hand to welcome the squadron home and 2:30 P. M. the Navy's Fly
evolved through the since the Vapor Trails unofficiallyset
Professor Captain Dick years
extend a hearty well done for its overseas operation. ing ,
The SquadronhaddepartedNAS Schram, USNR, will revive the the first team was organized here two Florida high altitude rec-

Jacksonville in for overseas thrills of barnstorming aviationand In June 1946. The famous "Dia ords from 20,774 feet for women .
Half May thesquadron, In various NATO exercises and air circuses of the early mond" formation is their trade- and 24,964feet for men. During i;*

based deployment.in Rota Spain was com were called upon several timesto 1930's with an amazing exhibi- mark. this; feat, the jumpers fell In free '

manded by Cdr. Graham and was take part in ASW exerciseswith tion of low altitude, grass-cut Flight leader for the Angelsis fall for over two minutes before |
Fleet Units. LCdr. Bob Aumack, who their parachutes.Most .
under the operational control of Spanish ting aerobatics In a light Piper opening
other half of the served with VF-174 here at Jax
Commander Fleet Air Mediterranean The squadronwas Cub airplane. This will mark
six detachment in 1952. The other members exhibition jumps are
assigned as a plane Captain Schram's third annual
,The Rota airmen were '
Keflavik Iceland for include Lt. Bob McDonough, made from an altitude of 12,500 ,, ,
their main to performance at NAS Jax. -
kept busy during tour,
taining a constant airborne anti 5 1/2 months under the Immediate At 2:50 P. M. the Jax Navy right wingman; Lt Dick Lang- feet. During the-ene minute It
of Cdr W. D. ford left wingman Lt. George takes for the jumpers to fall two
submarine surveillance vigil supervision Sports Parachute Club will perform ;
from the approaches to the Straits Toole, Jr.,Patrol Squ&d ron Seven again followed at 3 P. M. Neale. "slot" man or"Tall End miles, or the opening altitude of

of Gibraltar to the eastern areas Executive Officer. The detach- by a helicopter demonstration. Charlie"; and Capt. John Kret- 2,500 feet, the jumpers attain I

of the Mediterranean. VP-7 ment participated in many varied The unsurpassed Blue Angels, singer, USMC, and Lt. Frank speeds greater than 120 miles

crews emended the ASW arm of tasks, Including ASW patrols, the Navy's Flight DemonstrationTeam Mezzadre, solo pilots. per hour. This speed drops to
15 miles hour when the chute
SAR missions, Ice pack recon- here NAS The Parachute per It
the Sixth Fleet as they engaged organized at Jax Navy Sports
in anti-submarine exercises and naissance, monthly mall dropsto Jax in June 1946, begin their Club was formed In March opens. '
The Trails -
an isolated Norwegian post on M. and 1962 Lt. at NAS Vapor on many occasions
services provided for Navy surface performance at 3:15 P. by Floyd Sykes have taken honors in
untis. They participated Jan Mayen Island, and shipping for the next half hour or so the Jacksonville with Its member- top
surveillance. AU Keflavik crew meets that they participate in.

became members of the elite Blue This is their second time to appear -

Nose Society, having qualified by Ensign Pritchett United Fund I at a NAS Jax Open House.

flying at latitudes north of the I

Artie Circle. In addition, each
crew became familiar with the Gets Gold Bars

Scandinavian countries of Nor- Drive LagsWith Frogmen Will

way and Denmark while flying
From HAS COA
stjj- training flights in conjunctionwith
our nation's commitments.Other but ten days to go we Visit Mayport ." -

countries visited were Ire former navy chief .and one have collected only sixty per.

land, Scotland and England. In of two survivors of a A3B that cent of our target amount. This
detachmentflew leaves $46.000 to and this A team of the Navy's most
last September, the crashed on take-off from theUSS go
extensively In support of the Franklin D. Roosevelt In July of can be obtained only by each rugged and versatile fighters are

t largest NATO exercise held to 1964, Roland H. Pritchett was command meeting their as- coming to Mayport next week
October 26 30 with Inside -
( through ,)
date, Exercise Team Work. promoted to Ensign under the signed goal.
Information of theNavy's
Iceland, the land of frost and LDO program ceremonies held Some units have gone over outfits.on one

fire, was quite a change for this in Capt. J. R. Mack roth, NAS top-notch
the top,some units are far below "The Frogmen" or Underwater -
Jacksonville based squadron.The CO's, office this past week.
the overall
To Demolition Team Mem-
percentage.
men were exposed to such varied Ensign Pritchett entered the
HEllO DADDY...IT'S SO NICE sights as the never-setting Mid- service in November of 1950 and reach our assigned goal every bers, will spend three days at

TO HAVE YOU BACK WHERE night Sun and the beauty of Aurora was formerly attached to VAH-11 commanding officer where the Mayport, beginning October .

YOU BELONG". These words, Borealis. They saw gigantic before being assigned to tem- command has not reached the Ready formal for informal talks as well

adapted 'from a popular song, galclers separated only a few porary duty here at NAS. assigned target should give his is as also presentations,the team,
ready to screen appli-
three year-old miles from a heaving and spewing School's that Ensign Pritchetthas personal attention to this drive.
might for UDT .
express cants
training.Despite
-x newborn volcanic Island, majestic .attended have been AD-A No one needs to give more;
Graham's feelings
j Tony upon water falls, bubbling mud school, AT A school and the the ruggedness of the
f fre'eom'n9' his 'father, Cdr. Tho- more need to give. UDT training, the requirementsfor
pits, Icebergs, and the happy Eskimo Heavy Attack Alrcrewman
I mas A. Graham, home 'from a We arenotonlyupholdingour UDT volunteers are not exceptional -
children of Greenland. schools.He .
......
/j 5 1/2/ month deployment in With the knowledge of a job Is married to the former community obligation we are They Include swlnnmlng -

J I I Rota, Spain. Cdr. Graham's well done during the squadron's Marilyn Kolbinger, from Big contributing to a worthwhilecause 300 yards In nine minutes
) and 1-1/2 miles in 15
If l/\ wife' Mary, was also on hand tour In both Spain and Iceland Lake, Minnesota, and, they have that our navy personnel minutes.running

*-' \\for' the welcome home cere- all hands were happy to three daughters Michelle 8, Patricia share in.
tomes. be home once again. 7, and Lori 2. RAdm Goldthwaite (Continued on Page 6))



OCTOBER 22. :I

PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS .


"- Cnapfains/ Message
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Voting Importance:: Shown
: rs"f''n'; .;, ::2"1\.g'\' if will!

I Dy R. W. Radcliffe


By Poetic Boatswain's Mate CHART yroR GaJRSE. Plan a future that has some goal or destination

SUNDAY In view. If you do not plan your future, you will be as a piece

With election day fast approaching, many thousands of words are 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy of driftwood carried aimlessly by the waves, currents, and tides

being written which urge all Americans to get out and vote, to exercise Communion MAKE YOUR SHIP SEAWORTHY. Prepare yourself mentally to i be
their voice In government. 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine keen alert and rich in wisdom. Prepare yourself physically so that

Freedoms Foundation Is offering cash prizes and high honors to Worship your adventure will not be blighted by handicaps. Prepare yourself
winners of an essay contest eptitle4_ 'My Vote: Freedom's Privilege". 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for spiritually for spirituality is the keel of your ship.
Many Individuals are ,undoubtedly writing:: fine essays on this sub- ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 CHOOSE THE RIGHT SKIPPER. Let God take,the helm and be the
ject and the best of all these essays will receive the honors. 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine supreme authority In your life.
However, last week, lax Air News received a 30-Hne poem froma Worship CHOOSE AN EFFICIENT CREW. Don't select a wrecking crew that
Chief Boatswain's Mate aboard the USS Estes homeported on the 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship will scuttle your ship. Your shipmates should be worthy companions.
West Coast. This chief had gone to all the trouble of writing the poem Bad companions have caused many a ship to be wrecked on 'he rocks

,r and mailing It to many ship and station papers throughout the fleet. WEDNESDAY and shoals of life.
We at Jax Air News feel that dedication' of.this nature deserves HAVE A RELIABLE COMPASS The Bible will always point In the
proper recognition and are doing cur; part, now; bypassing along the 4:30: p.' m. Junior Choir Rehearsal true direction. Only as we are led by wisdom[ do we have any assurance

poem to our readers. We will leave It up to you to decide whether \ that we are sailing the true course that leads to our desired port.
this poem tells as much In thirty lines as an essay would tell In 7:30: p. m. Senior Choir Re- SAIL BY THE FIXED STARS. In this world's darkness, the great
hearsal
5000 words. Ideals of love, honesty, faith, truth, virtue, Integrity, and the like will
MY VOTE: FREEDOMS PRIVILEGEMy 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion always be the bright, unfailing guides of the wise mariner. Some
Also all
vote freedom's privilege on Holy Days have sought the navigate by the wandering stars of false standards and
Catholic Services at St., Edward's -
My vote freedom's choice Chapel, NATTC and Naval the blazing comets of passing fancy. But keep your eyes on the fixed
For the dedicated man with the best ideals Hospital stars, the great Ideals that have guided truly great men of the past
Serving our nation and God's will and that will do so In the future.
That's my vote and silent voice SUNDAY MASS GET UP FULL STEAM._ Do not depend upon the winds for the days

That's my desire and freedom's choiceAs 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital of sailing vessels are past. Light off boilers that give you power and

',..' 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- energy to go to the right places.
I pass by the wayside to vote at the polls ward's Chapel ENJOY THE ADVENTURE OF THE CRUISE. Enjoy what you are

I will plan and strive for all tyrant's downfall doing, what you pass along the way, what you are seeing and what you
Especially the Communists with the forked tongue DAILY MASS are accomplishing. Progress, In a sense, can be its own reward, for
ruthless no feeling Is more pleasanuo man than the knowledge that he Is making
I' The masters of deceit, those ones 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel worthwhile progress In life.

.i Young Nathan Hale voted with his life MONDAY & TUESDAY BE PREPARED FOR STORMS,TOIL NItliARDSHIP. The sea of

Because he believed in our forefather's plight 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC life, no less than the vast oceans of our world, can be rough and dan-
For our freedom to worship and our freedom to write gerous and one can no more expect to sail through it without meeting
For these two alone I'm prepared to fightIn FRIDAY problems and difficulties than a mariner can expect calm seas and
favorable winds to constantly work In his favor.
12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
our great nation we have many more ARRIVE AT YOUR CHOSEN PORT. Having set your goal do not
For the right just to travel I do so adore SATURDAY allow distractions, momentary whims or desire for personal pleasureto

But one of the greatest freedoms of all 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONS.SATURDAY cause you to fall In your effort to reach what ought to be your right-
'Is to cast our vote in the booth on the Mall ful destiny In life -- your reason for being.


"Millions' more from behind the curtain" I: 7:00 Masses p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Secretary Nitze ProvesTo

Have voted with their feet!

Because their fate was so uncertain!! -r... -.*.***+rjrc:': Catechism Classes:Grade. School
; Be Able
As their freedom went down in defeat!!! SATURDAY Navy LeaderBy

Our forefather foresaw the needs of the land building 10:00 a.m.722 AU Saints' Activities John G. Harris, Washington Post

And they devised a master plan When Paul H. Nitze was sworn In as Secretary of the Navy last
They'voted| for freedom for you and me November
many naval officers weren't very happy about the appoint-
And here we stand in liberty Traffic ment. Other people wondered If It was a case of a square peg In a
round hole.Nltze's .
Get out and votel! Do what you can!
ViolationsThe public image was a "gray eminence" a shadowy, con-
And when a better way of life is designed by man fidential governmental adviser with great power.

It will be by the voting peopleIn Today, the Navy Is enthusiastic about Its Secretary. He supports

the people's freedom land following Is a of greater sea power, has raised lagging morale and could be describedas
report
By Fred W. Moody motor vehicle accidents and a "big Navy man."

Chief Boatswains Mate traffic violations for the period This description of the handsome, pipe-smoking Intellectual does

., __ United States Navy October 11 through October 17. not Indicate any change In his defense views. There Is a change in
Quote of the Week image and attitude, probably fostered by Nitze now that he is In the
Number of AccidentsThis limelight rather than in a backstage job.
He is more outgoing in public. Reporters now are welcome in
"Onr foreign policy derives week October 11 through his office. Formerly, he avoided them. His more frequent speeches -

:Y. from the kind of people we are and October 17 . . 4 still largerly serious strike a slightly more popular and occasionally
*r, hope to be and the shape of the Total Accidents this year through humorous note.

'I world around us. Neither element in October 17 . . 187 DIsplte the charges of Nitze's congressional critics, the views
Number of Accidents through he now expresses are consistent with his nearly 25-year recordIn
the longer run, turns upon partisan October 1963 . 235 key foreign and military policy posts. He has always advocated
"
differences among us. -Secretary of Total number of days since last strong American defenses and a tough attitude toward communismwhen
..t' State Dean Rusk. Injury In vehicle accident. 69 it was Important to be tough.
It was never a blind approach to communism but rather a searchfor
Number of ViolationsThis the best way to oppose the Red threat while avoiding thermonuclear -
war.
.
Week . . 60 While director of the State Department policy planning staff in
Speeding . . . 10 the Truman Administration he played a key role In the preparationof
AX AIR: NEWSrhe Reckless Driving . 2 a National Security Council paper just before Korea which called
Going through Stop Sign 5 for trebling the United States military budget.
Other Violations . 43 Nitze was viewed by the Navy as a McNamara man who would
impose the "McNamara McNamara
He the
system. Implemented
Twenty-five drivers
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic appeared Board management system and brought about closer cooperation with the
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, at the meeting held Hearing on October "whiz kinds" but he did It in such a way as to win general Navy;
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a 19. Disposition of the Include support NItZe convinced the admirals that he believed in their case
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the cases and that there WaS a bright future for Sea power under Administration -
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information: Office, following: eight lost polley.Nitze .
driving and
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before aboard station parking for privileges stressed the theme that if major nonthermonuclear conflict
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources- various periods -' occurs In the future It could well be
8162.# ; two were assigned to com- "A a war at sea. "
Telephone EV.9-7711, Ext.
logical response to "he argued,
tactics In
plete enemy Europe,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries an eight-hour course In would be to use our superior sea leading to a
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing remedial driving Instructions; blockade of his ports and the powerperhaps"'
_ ,,,.; Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida four were given suspended penal- Since this could narrow seas. aircraft
bring about
ties thirteen Russian submarine attack,
Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. ; were given warn- carrier and
.L five antisubmarine forces should be to meet
strengthened
ings; were dismissed
; seven It, he said.Among '
VOL. 23 NO. 34 OCTOBER 22, 1964 were referred tocommandingof-
Administration of being
ficers for possible disciplinary planners Nitze has the reputation
action. much more a "hawk" than a "dove". It Is reported that he urged

(Continued" . .on. .Page 9)r ) .
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Navy Amphibious Commander to What has become of that lIt-
,J:' tle old -hdredgrmimotber
fII) of yesteryear? Only her hair
Seeks Added Gunfire SupportWashington dresser knows for sure.llutwniille .
i
A.t If '" t (!I dyy I
f / ; (lilt) Herald.
(AFPS--A beefing up of the heavy caliber gun Inven-
tory of the Navy-Marine Corps team is necessary, according to Vice b.
Admiral John S. McCain In order to strengthen the U. S. amphibious k EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS.
.
taming aouiry. '
"We need gun barrels as wellas are aware ot the existing ,
missiles," commented the deficiency and are working jointly 9
Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Force to reduce the 'gun gap' and
commander, In reference to a to Improve our short bombard- FURNISHED ... $65.0,
so-called "gun gap." ment capability." \i
Admiral McCain said, "Gen- Early this year, Secretary of e's 4y, ',.":;:'::Y NFURNISHED $55.00
eral Wallace Greene, com- the Navy Paul H. Nltze statedIn .
mandant of the Marine Corps, andI a Congressional hearing,"The ; Children Welcome ,
I are In complete accord on the major caliber gun Inventory of Conveniently Located
need for these big guns and their the active fleet has undergone ...'..:,j..'" ':: to downtown
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value In amphibious operations." drastic reduction,and compensation s i,,' ;; ;;4S HAS and Cecil
The admiral said, "A returnof is necessary to bring naval {\ ;
the eight-Inch formerly gunfire capabilities Into balance '
guns
found on all cruisers would more with aircraft and (Marine Corps) ;;2 CLEO DAVIS
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than suit amphibious landing artillery." : .
needs." Admiral McCain advocates a { .,, REALTORS-INSURORS
of the but :";! .:, .' 588 S. EdgewoodEV
He pointed out that there are return ba'tleship, as
only five active cruisers In an Independent amphibious raider. 4-6444 C04-9442
the Navy with such guns. Twelve He suggests removing heavy .. .. L \f'i n;"_
more are In mothballs. guns aft of the superstructure,
Extreme accuracy, the Installing helicopter platforms HAVE YOU SENT in you reap- I
psychological value of the gun and adding Marine berthing lion yet? If not, why waif? It
"noise," cooperation with spot- spaces. may be the winner. Contest ]
ters on the beach and a quick closes at the end of this monthso
reaction time were all cited by BuPers to Assign send your entries now to the: J@OCEIHL
the admiral as factors In the need Editor, lax Air News.of .
for naval gunfire support. Top Navy CPOs
General Greene said, "The Naval Personnel. -
need for naval gunfire support In Washington (AFPSThe) assignment Each E-8 or E-9 assigned by ChevroletCHEVROLET
an amphibious assault remains of all Navy master and the Chief of Naval Personnel will
unchanged. Whether this will be senior chief petty officers was now be ordered by name to a
furnished by missiles,rockets ora assumed by the Bureau of Naval specific billet within the authorized -
weapon of new design can onlybe Personnel Sept. 1. allowance of the receiv- in JacksoivilleDOWNTOWN
determined by the researchand Assignment of the two senior ing command.
development effort now underway Navy enlisted grades was An E-8 and E-9 Duty Historyand -
." formerly handled by subordinate Preference Card Is currently -
The commandant explained, enlisted personnel distribution being designed for distributionto 924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE
"The Navy and Marine Corps offices as well as by the Bureau all ships and stations.



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OCTOBER 22.1964
PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS



I Plane Talk 11 bout' 17w Blue AngelsThe II




!
BLUE ANGELS are the eight pilots and fifty enlisted person- "t''") ,
nel comprising the Navy's Flight Demonstration Team. Four of the 1r
pilots fly in the jliamond formation while two pilots fly solo as maximum iF
performance demonstrators. The seventh pilot is the Public Information x < (
Officer who narrates the demonstration and provides jet orienta-
tion flights for news media representatives. The Engineering Officer, L1l1LCdr.
who !S. In charge of the fifty man maintenance crew,flies the BlueAngels'
c-54 transport.
The fifty enlisted personnel assigned The mission of the Blue AngelsIs
to the Blue Angels main- to "demonstrate precision
ain: the aircraft intop-notchcon- techniques of naval aviation to -'--- Lt. Bob
+
... dition. These men are selected naval personnel, and if directed, Bob Aumack Capt. John Kretslnger, USMC McDonoughall
from a long list of volunteers to the public". One of the func- iilar Marine Corps Officer creating friction or dissention, subjects pertinent to naval
through an extensive screening tions of the Team is to interest Navy or able aviation on radio and television
be to
between the of 26 and and must representthe
age shows and In
process, which Includes a one young men In naval aviation, and Ambassador of personal appear
has hours of flight Navy as
36 who
,
month evaluation period prior to the many ances.
is accomplished in part, by
the -
of Good Will" wherever commitments
time his credit. He Is one ,
to
being accepted on the team. The pilots personally appearing on take The normal tour of duty for a
of the Team
and able may
healthiest most
the young
maintenance personnel of the radio, television] and at various the best pilot with the Blue Angels Is from
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AE Chief F FAETU Sailor Class 431

Sets NArrCSchool P It was announced Wednesday,
Takes Honors October14, that the students of
RecordIt NATTC's Class 431 of the Avia-
tion Electrician's Mate Class
was announced Tuesday, On Two AwardsJoseph "A** School had earned the title
October 13, at Naval Air Technical of honor class for the week of
;': Training Center that October 5-11, with a total of
F. Henson:
,
AE1, became -
Chief Aviation 944
scholarly Elec points.
not only the Sailor of the
trician's Mate CUrJl i$ M. John- First Quarter for the fiscal Class 431: was commended by
son, Jr., wrote hl"name in the 1965 but was also awarded FAE year Captain C. G. Strum, Command
history books before being trans- TULANT'S Iron Man for 't Ing Officer of Naval Air Technical --
fered to VS-41, Naval Air Station the second consecutive Trophy time. Training Center, for win-
San Diego, October*13. He reported to Fleet Airborne IWO-TIME WNNER-Josoph F. Henson AE1, recrives congratulations ning the honor for the second
Chief Johnson, an honor student Electronics TrainingUnit,Atlan- from: LCdr. H. E. Baker, OlnC FAETUlANT, on his winning time. The class won the title the
in the Aviation Electrician's first time September 28 through
tic, Detachment Two on May 23, the Iron Man Trophy and the title of' the Sailor of' the Quarter.*
Mate Class "B" School from 1961, where he became an Instructor (Official Photo October 4, with a total of 911 1-.
Navy )
February 17 through October 9, in the Avionics Divisionof points.
graduated with a record breaking the Detachment.His work there

highest overall average ever attained of 94.96 in- the the earned respect him of his the shipmates recognition and and the DID YOU EVER EARN $$300 AN HOUR?

history of the AE "B" School title of Sailor of the Quarter. He
During the 34-week course in was cited for his energy,enthusiasm HERE'S HOW: 12 MIN. FROM ORANGE PARK

advanced had the electricity added responsibility Chief Johnson duty., initiative and performanceof 18 MIN. FROM JAX NAS

of Class Leader. He captured the Iron ManTro- 25 MIN. FROM CEDAR HILLS

Decade of Nuclear Service sonnel phy after in competing the Detachment with all during per- YOU'LL SAVE $100. $200 . $300. .

Hailed by Navy Secretary their' physical fitness test. The OR MORE. ( EVEN$100IN20MIN.IS$300ANHOUR )
run-off against the top five contenders
Washington (AKPs--Ten) for the trophy proved SEE AND CHOOSE FROM A COMPLETE SELECTION OF
the world's first Henson the winner.
years ago
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marine USS Nautilus,
was com-
missioned. CHURCH of CHRIST .

"Thanks to nuclear power," 5223 WESCONNETT NEAR NAS BLVD. x.07 .. ...
Navy Secretary PaulH.Nitze
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD.
on this anniversary,"our Polaris
missile submarine fleet--the SUNDAYS:

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secretary 7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE
"Recognition is increasingly
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Junior High Dance

The Jacksonville Officers w Acey Ducey Club
Wives Cub will sponsor a Halloween Bluejacket's Inn 0" Club
costume party for Officer -
dependents In grades 7-8-9 r\ Thursday, October 22
on Saturday October 24. The Thursday, October 22 Thursday, October 22
Happy Hour 4:30: 6:30: p.m
dance will be held at the Officers L The Embers IV 8:30 11:30 Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.

Club Annex (Golf Shack) p.m. Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday Friday, October 23
during the hours of 7 p. m. to Arnold 8:3011:30
October 23 Johnny p.m
Friday, October 23
10:30 p. m. Music will be by ,
the "Travelers" and admissionwill Fr March Wilson & The Redcoats Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m. Saturday, October 24

be 50 cents per person. 9- 1 a.m. Dinner 6 9:30 p.m. Marc Castle 8:30: 12:30 a.m.
.. Charlie Jay 8 12 a.m.
Saturday, October 24 Sunday/'October 25

WESCONNETTFURNITURE Carl Boyd & The Rythmn Kings Saturday, October 24 Game Night 5:30 7:30 p.m.
CO. 9 -1 a.m. Dinner 6 9:30 p.m. Phil Cay & The Chantels 8:30
Johnny Jelnick 8:3012:30 a.m. 11:30 p.m.Monday.
5Di Wesoaneitilyd.et 103rdNEWde MRS. H. 1. JONES, youth activities Sunday, October 25

'" chairman for the Jackson Jimmy Strickland & TV Gang Sunday, October 25 October 26

USED ville Officers Wives Club, pre 8:3011:30 p.m. Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m.

TV SETSFURNITURE sents a $70 check to Mrs. H. B. Monday October 26 of Beef, Steamship Round
Tuesday, October 27
Parker, NAS Jacksonville Girl Monday October 26
Pizza 2 for 1 NightTuesday ,
Scout Troop Organizer. Mrs. C. Game Night 7:30: 9:30 p.m.
EASY CREDIT Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
I E. Rogers, club budget and welfare October 27 Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday Wednesday, October 28

chairman, looks on. The Hour 5-7 .
FREIGHT SALVAGE Happy p.m.Wednesday October 27 Movies sports 8 p.m.
,
money will be used to organizethe
REPOSSESSIONSBariakie troops and to assist them in October 28 Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
CPO Club
Galore! starting their planned projectsfor Game Night 8 p.m. (Italian)

the year. This year the Jacksonville Thursday, October 22
COME IN AND BRO'JSE Wednesday, October 28
Officers Wives Club is
OPEN 9 A.M., to 7 P.M.PHONE six FrogmenContinued Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Happy Hour
two
sponsoring troops -
711-0750 ( From Page 1)) Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried
Brownie, two Junior,one Cadet, Friday, October 23
Chicken
and one Senior Girl Scouttroop. The next UDT class convenesat Dance to George Hughes
the Amphibious Base,' Little hazardous duty pay for handling
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FRA MoviesMovies Y
126
Thursday, October 22

Homemade Goodies Night
Shipmate Wilson H. S ndefer, will be shown regularly -

Friday, October 23 Secretary and Delegate, gave the at 7 p. m. Monday through

Choose Your Partner Night Branch assembly on October 15 Saturday.
an informative report of events NATTC will have two feature
Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyde
Saturday, October 24Angel's completed at the 37th National times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. on
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Convention in and The hos-
Night 8 -11 p.m. Indianapolis, Saturdays Sundays.
Ads -
for the arriving
publication following Thursday.
Indiana. The convention has been pital will have one feature on Tuesday
late for this deadline will be published the fol-
too
Sunday, October 25 the most fruitful the associationhas Sunday's at 7 p. m.
lowing week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .
St. Johns Presbyterian ,Church enjoyed in years. Our delegates Thursday, October 22 check or money order for the full cost of the ad mist be

Monday, October 26 voted to sponsor many pro- MainsIde It. Happened at the received WITH the copy for the ad.
grams which will be a credit to DO NOT SEND CASH.
Picnic at Boone Park the Navy and Marine Corps and World's Fair Elvis Presley, RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00

Tuesday, October 27 to our membership which is at a Joan O'Brien Per additional line ((4 words per line). .. . 35
NATTC Flippers New Adven-
- -
and The -
new peak rising. convention
Navy Day SaluteWednesday ture Luke alpine, Pamela
team of officers has been
Franklin
October 28 commended as the best the asso- Hospital Under the Yum Yum TAKE UP PAYMENTS VA Shopsmlth MK5-Complete power

Disc Jockey Show ciation has ever had/ Guest Tree Jack Lemmon, Carol $81.92, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, workshop plus 4" jointer. New
speaker, Congressman Gubser fenced 4525 Lane Ave. Cedar condition. $220. Call 387-4827.
Lynley
Hills Phone days EL 3-0700
(California) praised the retiree Friday, October 23 nites 264-6491
medical care program sponsoredby FLEET RESERVE HALL for rent

the FRA by commenting, "If Mainside The Patsy Jerry NEAT FURN JAX BEACH Civic groups,military parties,
the Fleet Reserve Association Lewis, Keenan Wynn catering service. 771-9951 or
EScar never wins another battle In Its NATTC It Happened at theWorld's COTTAGE near ocean LR, BR 8th, 389-9808 after 6:00 P. M.
Din-Kit, private patio 131
Fair Elvis Presley,
history, Its existence Is amply Ave. S. $65.00
justified by the results of Con- Joan O'Brien FREE MAPS and Triple "A"

River's subcommittee Hospital Flippers New Adven- Information. Special attention to
gressman
social club for
TOSUF a new
hearing." Guest speaker, ture Luke alpine, Pamela over-weight women 771-8097 or Navy. Call 781-1277.

insurance buy* General Wallace Green Jr., Franklin 771-2666

famous low rates USMC, Commandant of the U. S. Saturday, October 24 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
Marine Corps 'cited that the NAS, $50 down $50 month. Call
AUTOMATIC
FOR SALE SINGER
and top service. Mainside Three Lives of Art Powell-USN, Retd. with Col-
Contact. me today! morale of the men In the armed Thomasina Patrick Mc- CONSOLE MODEL Original price mery-Wilkinson Realtors. 264-

services was at a low ebb, but Goohan, Susan Hampshire $300.00 pay $62.or reliable party 6144 or 353-3671.

'" ar JOELUTEN could get worse, if It was not NATTC The Patsy Jerry assume $8. a month payments.

for the wholesome support of the Lewis, Keenan Wynn Sewing machine does all Zig Zag FOR SALE Inc. Prop. duples

Fleet Reserve Association fight- Hospital It Happened at theWorld's designs, makes button holes, 3-plex, 4 plea 3 ml NAS $115no.

t Ing back the Inequities producing Fair Elvis Presley, sews on buttons Call 353-1946 Owner 771.8697.TRAILER .
this condition. Guest speakerMr. Joan O'Brien (night or day) will deliver, no

Phone 771-6400 Samuel Rose, Chief of Con- obligation. A-l Sewing MachineCo. LOT 50' X 100' 10
October 25
3811 Blandini-Blvd.. tact, U. S.Veterans Administration Sunday, min. NAS, 6085 Townsend Road

STATE IRM, commented on problems besetting M'ainside Zulu Stanley Baker, SP 1-6188, after 6 p. m. Free
.......................e...., .. the veteran,his rights and Jack Hawkins CHILD CARE In my home. Days. local hauling.
tawoiaoMawrK"o tsrw Lakeshore. 384-5926
benefits NATTC Three Lives of Thoma-

slna Patrick McGoohan, FURN. APTS. 557 Oak, Studio
House trailer owner wanted as
Susan Hampshire apt. $45 mo. 4; 3 rm. apt. $50
caretaker on private
Hospital The Patsy Jerry Mlddleburg mo. 6 clean& comf.,EV 89886.
Land & util free.
rent
MONEY INJDAY 1 Lewis, Keenan Wynn property.
Ref. Call J ax 7253634.
UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
Monday, October 26 I Blvd. Deluxe 3 BR
Blanding apt.
$ Misses dresses skirts and 2
$25 to $600 Mainside Walk a Tight Rope I KIt. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $115 mo.
i short red formals. Size 8 or
Dan Duryea, Patricia Owens Owner 7718697.
9. Reasonable. 389-4275.
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE NATTC Zulu Stanley Baker,

Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us Jack Hawkins A-H Sprite 1959. Sebring modi- JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY

how much you want. Pick up the cash at your Hospital Three Lives of fied engine. Roll bar. Hottest Venetia. Wesconnett Bellair

conven i ence. Same-day servi ceo Thomaslna: Patrick Mc- Sprite In N. Fla. $650. 2642215It EV 4-3055 or SP 15464.A .
Goohan Susan Hampshire

24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN Tuesday October 27 citizen to
seems that two visitors were responsible ought

You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. Mainside Hey There, It's Yogi walking along a street in Washington cast a responsible vote I The
Bear Animated Cartoon D.C. They happened to be thought here Is that he will see
$355.79 of the Wash- his duty as more than just pulling
$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $ 21.00 NATTC Walk a Tight Rope passing within sight
about the the lever on a voting machine or
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 Dan Duryea, Patricia Owens ington Monument at just
time a janitor nearby was putting marking an X on a ballot. Better
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 Hospital Zulu Stanley Baker,
286.73 '17.00 600.00 34.39 Jack Hawkins trash out to burn. At the point understood, authentic citizenshipwill
where they were walking the fire commit a man to being the

Above include interest.D1AL Wednesday, October 28 was so situated in their line of very Incarnation of his vote.
payments '
Mainside Stagecoach to Thun- vision and it seemed to be at Whether It Is a matter of govern

der Rock Barry Sullivan, the base of the tall,slender mon ment house-cleaning or free enterprise -
e241 the voter needs to be
Maxwell ument. One of the visitors turnedto
Marilyn the other, shook his head In the embodiment of what he be-
NATTC There, It's Yogi
West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 Bear Animated Hey Cartoon mock despair, and exclaimed: lieves. And when the populace

5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 Hospital Walk a Tight Rope "They'll never get It off the pour Intelligence and Integrity Into -
Its the result Is a
Dan Duryea, Patricia Owens ground -- Rev Howard C. balloting
Adams "Getting Off The ]leadership with the same qual-

Ground," Pulpit Digest. ities.--Mark O; Hatfleld, Gov.
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'Wambaugh.... judge Sanflorca -Travel- Time--Fl


NATTC Sailor rrjp1._ To Speak At YtC. On PCS

CPO LuncheonMunicipal Washington (AFPS)--Assistant
Of The MonthCorporal
Secretary of Defense (Man-
John E. San-
Bernard G. Warn- Judge, power) Norman S. Paul has set
tora Jr. will be speaker at
baugh received the "Servicemanof guest 4. Jan. 1 for the adoption of the
the CPO Club VIP Luncheon.
the Month"award for the month new 300 mile dally travel authorization -
Judge Santora has been a Jack-
of August during ceremonies held sonville Municipal Judge since for Permanent Change of

Inrthe office of Captain C. G., May, 1959. His Youth Jury, operating E Station,(PCS,. ) by privately owned
Strum, Commanding Officer of In Municipal Court, has vehicle, ,.,
Naval Air Technical Training In a memorandum to service
received International newspaper
Center October 13. secretaries, Secretary Paul said
and has been reportedIn
Wambaugh, an armorer, has coverage six national and international the Increased rate for military
been attached to the Marine Air personnel--from 250 to 300 miles
magazines. His activity in the
Detachment since January 1961. --was taken only after consideration
community, both business and
During that time ,his .letter. of leisure, make him one of Jack of many factors.He .
commendation. .z reads: : "As,.the< sonville's prominant personalities. saId( the new, rate, can be
Detachment armorer, he'ls adopted without unduly increas-
for the and hazards and is In the
responsible care ing driving
( Bernard G. Wambough All active duty and retired
of all Interest of with the
maintenance
weapons. Chief Petty Officers and their equity rates
Through his diligent and! conscientious tattle, and military bearing Is guests are invited to attend. The Judge John E. Son torn established by executive ordersfor
efforts, these weaponsare In keeping with the high standards luncheon will be held in the main other categories of Depart
at all times in a state of of die Naval services. dining room of the CPO Club frop ment of Defense personnel

readiness." 11:30 a.m. to 1 pirn. Oct. 28. The new rate applies to travel
both overseas and In the United
Along with his letter of commendation States.

Wambaugh received a Deadline Set n_ ____
$50.00 U. S. Savings Bond, and '
a free trip to historic St. Augustine

Florida, courtesy of the For Christmas ,. ,
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Jacksonville USO and the St. *

Augustine Chamber of Commercefor Mailing Parcel _
he and his family.His r1Ai.'i
letter of commendation
_
,t also stated that his conduct Ini- Christmas gifts for Armed _
Forces personnel overseas
should be mailed between October
21st and November 10th.

CUPS Mailers are urged to mail their : ;
gifts as early as possible duringthis _

Ypur Friendly period to minimize possibilities -
J of non-delivery before _
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BOWL.0-MATIC LANE L1-r Christmas day.

2600 Blending Blvd. Air mail items should be r M _
At Cedar Creek mailed prior to December 10th.
Gifts should be securely packedin
Phone 384.6221 or cartons of wood, metal or
387-3569 double-faced corrugated fiber-

Moonlight Bowling board. Fragile items should be

Every Sunday Night surrounded by tightly packed CAPTAIN J. R. MACKROTH, CO NAS, recently 'awarded thirty
cushioning materials such as excelsior year pins to Cecil l Beck and Arthur Morse, both of the O&R De
From 9:00 P.M. or shredded paper. partment. Also present for the ceremony was Captain Thomas

FREE PRIZES Matches flammable, lighter items fluid are and prohibited.similar Washington, O&R Officer. The Navy's anchor-type lapel emblemis

awarded through the Incentive Awards Program of the Civil
1 Tobacco products and coffee may
One Free Game With not be sent to many APOs. Service Commission. The program provides for recognition of employees
Two Paid Games Mailers should consult their who have rendered long and faithful service to the Fed

local post office for details on eral government both military and civilian.
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[The; Blue Angels Secretary Nitze t !

(Continued From Page 4)) (Continued From Page'2)) "
ROOSEVELT MALL
taking a strong stand during the 1961 Berlin crisis and 1962 Cuban
Commanding Officers This application crisis, recommending that the United States warn Russia that It would
Is considered and filed .use nuclear weapons to defend: Berlin.He .
by the Blue Angels, until a posi- has backed appropriation of money In the 1967 budget to construct -
tion becomes available on the a nuclear carrier. Highly Improved reactors should be ready CARWASH
Team. At this time all the applications then. He backs construction of smaller A-propelled surface ships
are reviewed by the of- before 1967. He has endorsed Navy studies which propose Increasingthe
ficers of the Blue Angels, and the number of operating carriers In the 1970s. Nitre also supportsthe OPEN MONDAY thrv SATURDAY

pilots who seem to be the most Navy case that It needs more admirals, better housing, higher pay P.M.LOCATEDmTHEKOOSEVELTMALLSHOPPINGCENTER
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promising are Invited to vlsitthe and higher fleet manning levels. .
team for personal Interviews. Control of antisubmarine warfare activities, long a controversial ,
After these Interviews, the pilot Issue, has been centralized. Nltze also has brought in an outside ON ROOSEVELT BLVD
who is best qualified to fill the management expert a streamlining project which Isn't entirely
available position Is selected. popular EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY

During his tour, the Blue Angel He is the son of an Amherst College professor. He graduated cum \UTOWAXAPPLIED
pilot will learn to perform with laude from Harvard In 1928 and became a Wall Street Investment FREE
utmost precision, all the man- banker. Nitze was a vice president of Dillon Read and Co., by the WITH CAR WASH)
euvers taught to military avia- time he entered Government service in 1941
tors. He learns and become part Of German descent, Nitze (pronounced Nlt-zeh) Is married to the
which demonstrates former have four children. I .
of the Team Phyllis Pratt. They I
the degree of perfection and pro- He plays tennis, rides horseback.swlms, sails and plays the piano.
fessional competence toward NO DOWN PAYMENT
able] Mention for publicity.
fliers strive. Wives Club
which all navy Members are reminded of the
A position on the Team Is not scheduled for Oct. 28
billet" which people To Play Host meeting
the
"easy 85.
at the clubhoused at 7:30 p. m.
Imagine It to be. The fame, up
may and guest speaker will be Congressman -
glory, and high living which has To Convention Charles E. Bennett.
attributed to the Team Is for
been
the most part Incorrect.The public The Navy Wives Club ###86 of All husbands are Invited to this ORANGE PARKROBINETTE
and other military personnelare NAS Jacksonville will be the meeting.
for the most part, unawareof hostess for the National Conven-
the arduous tasks performedby tion of Navy Wives of AmericaIn DRIVE
the Team. The "BLUES" are October 1965. Mrs. Thomas
on the road for nine months out J. Bennett will act as Conven- CAN YOUTAKE (NOW PAVING)
tion Chairman.
of the year. This Includes week-
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Vice-President for WITH YOU?
ed National
averages twenty-one days per For Financing And Insurance CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, SHOPPING
month away from home. Hours the Convention, Mrs. Joceph:
and hours of practice are absolutely Skapyak Is the National Trea- Stateside And Overseas. Call CENTERS AND CHURCHESWE
DYER M. BURR
necessary to maintainthe surer and Mrs. Thomas J. Ben-
high degree of precision demanded nett was named as National Pin representingGOVERNMENTIIPLOYEES TRADE-

by this type of flying. Chairman. FINANCE CORPORATIONAND
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Wildlife Biologists StudyFlorida's The which anesthetic capture injects to the Is selected quiet a ,temporary humane.animal. IIij'R;;; :;;"T ': :

Then white the deer is "under" 1.1i; ....... :I. D"
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It is fitted out with a stout .. :::, ::
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Deer PopulationTo leather harness to which a small v1i yS,: r ;:
battery powered radio trans-
mitter is securely attached.
Upon awaking the radio equipped -
properly manage wildlife, the wildlife biologist must have as deer is off to resume its Intramural
much information as possible about the wild animals and birds they normal routine. The biologistsare Gitmo GolfTournament
seek to manage. The latest step in the study of Florida's deer population then able to snoop on the unsuspecting -
being taken by biologists of the Game and Fresh Water Fish deer through the use of
Commission is "wildlife telemetry." portable, highly sensitive direc BowlingTied
Utilizing this new technique of animal study which involves small tton-fit> radio transmitters attached to live wild deer wildlife biologistsL. learn the most from agiven Nov. 1215The
D. Jeter and Larry Marchinton are making progress In the quest study animal, Jeter and March- for the league lead In the
for more knowledge about whitetail deer. The study is designed to inton conduct regular checks on 1964 Guantanamo Bay Invitational National League are the Protons
reveal the movement patterns feeding and resting periods ranging. Its movement. They use desig- Open Golf Tournament and theFICEURCPO'swith22-10
distances and cover perferences of the deer. nated stations from which they will be held November 12-15 records while the Cursors lead
Here, briefly, is how the sys- take hourly "fixes" on the source under the directionof tournament the Continental League at 27-9
tem works. The biologists cap- of another relatively new game of the transmitter signal. By director Captain R. C. Harwood. and! the Mad Foxes lead the
ture a wild deer through the use management device, the dart gun applying the triangulation prin- The 1964 tournament is open to American League at 23-9.
ciple, they are able to determinethe all military personnel, both male Shannon Vaughn rolled a 256
deer's location and whether or and female. high game for Supply In Supply's
,- ; \If! '.c\ PRESENTS not It has moved appreciablysince Participants in the senior division 3-1 victory over the Sky
5 ; the last check. must have attained their Warriors.
JANNON'BANDS. ACTS. COMEDY The study has already shown 45th birthday prior to November The results of last week's
that deer have a very limited 7, 1964. action are:
'\ For Parties, Banquets "home range." Those monitoredso Tournament play will be 72
\.x C'r r.. Ship Parties and Socials far have traveled an averageof holes stroke play with all per- American League
?1 about one mlledur ing a normal sons playing 18 holes each day Electrons, Eagles 4-0
BANDS
; 30 from'which to chooseIf
,
tI!: ," course of feeding and resting.One with four divisions; open, handicap CcmStoreS.: CFJ"A" 3-1
you need a band for any engagement of the Immediate objec- senior and women's divi- Pelicans, Pan Handlers 3-1
CALL 388-9654 tives of this wildlife research sions. Griffons, Needlers 3-1
NIGHTS & SUNDAYS 768-5874 project is to learn more about The deadline for entries has Cannon Cockers, Thunder-
OFFICE 1349 CASSAT AYE., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. when where, why, and how much been set by the host command heads 40FICWR1
deer move around so that cen- as November 1 as only a limit- 31/2-1/2
i' Riggers
sus techniques can be perfectedand ed number of entries can be ac- Chiefs, Photo Lab 4-0
Florida's deer herd can be cepted. Mad Foxes, Neptunes 3-1
managed more effectively. Anyone desiring additional information -
of the tournament can Continental League

gain this data by contacting the Pizzans, Mix Masters 3-1
ED& JOHN'SAMERICAN NAS Athletic Director, Frank NARTUfll# Avlons 3-1
G McCaffrey, Bldg. 3, Ext. 585. Supply, Sky Warriors 3-1

MAD #1 Downs Strikers Paymasters, Cutters, Sparks 4-0 3-1
SERVICE STATION
Stubborn O&R Cursors, Spoilers 4-0
CORNER ROOSEVELTAND Inspectors, flying,Phantoms 4-0
i lit IP iiit&ip SAN JUAN In a hard fought and well played F1CEUR02/# Owl Hoots 4-0
Phone 384-4185 exhibition touch footballgame Burgermasters, Spartalns 3-1
this past Monday MADtfl cur-
Mm i it
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL
,
rently the No. 1 team in the National League
Reg. $2.00 car wash $1.30] NATTC leagues, defeated o&R Rookies 31Lucky
mmx&niaBjnaBBBBaS Play Boys
FORDS from the mainside leagues, 8-0. '7, AOMD 2-2
65 Mechanic On Duty Both teams played good defensive Daymen Darters 4-0
Complete Auto Service ball and the lone TD Scatter Pins, Rejects 4-0
Free Pick-Up And wasn't scored until late In the FICEUR3, Air Frames 4-0
Delivery final quarter when John Carter, F1CEUR CPOs, NARTU2 4-0
Open 6 a.m. until I of MAD, tallied the counter. The Marines, AF679th 3-1
MidnightWe final two points were credited to
DUVAL MOTORSSAN Robert Macklln when he scored a
Give S&ll Green Stamps safety with only 18 seconds remaining intramural GolfThe
In the game.
JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT Naval Air Station's Intramural -
"llnkster" action for
the week of October 12 producedthe
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power steer, factoryaircon62 FAIRLANE.$1495 MONEY!! Admin, FAETU 8-1 5-

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The freight .terminal manager and

A i NATTC the traveling auditor"were on a night
tnJ Sports fishing 'trip in Florida. In order to .
get to the best fishing waters, they
had to travel two miles through the

(APPS W..kly Fatur) swamps."I .
NATTC FootballIn NAT c Golf understand the alligators in this
Win for the GipperThe foot- swamp won't hurt you if you carry
the NATTC Intramural
WON LOST: .
auditor."That's
""a lantern, said the traveling
Air Force Academy's football Falcons didn't knowit ball action the past two weeks "
probably MADNl 42} 14 t/ue, replied the freight
or didn't think It when they met Notre Dame at Colorado SpringsOct. MAD1 won over AO Navy 18-6, AEB 4SSNl 14 terminal manager. "Of course, a lot
( )
10, but they were doomed to defeat.It MADff2 over MAD5 8-0, MAD4 4K depends on how fast you carry ft."
was something tha-Fighting Irish established way back In 1913 over AE Navy 6-0 and MAD1 22} )12'SS3 } -Nat'l Retired Teachers Ass'n Jnl 9
and 1927 :and they .jus rw ren't going to have their record spoiled. won over Support Services, 1-0. 2KMAD2
# 2
Those were the years Notre Dame initially met the service academies.The The won and lost records for SS2 1 3

Irish clubbed Army, 35-13, inthen, trimmed Navy, 19-6, the leagues are: AEG( ) }4 4 314
In '27. MAD#1 4-0
So when '64 and the Air Force Academy came around, the writingwas MAD4# 3-1 AG 14 414eek .F

on the wall. The Falcons gave It a good go In the first half, but AO Navy 3-1
finally succumbed, 34-7. MADH2' i 3-1
Through the years Notre Dame's football rivalries with Army and MAD3 f'I'' 2-2

Navy have received as much national attention as any, although the AE Navy 1-3 4727 San Juan
results have been lopsided in Notre Dame's favor. In 74 games with MADH5 0-4 Phone 384-5852

Army Navy and Air Force, the Irish have posted an overwhelmingrecord Support Services 0-4 MON. TUES. WEDONLY
of 52 victories against 17 losses and five ties. Navy and NATTC Bowling SHAMPOO SET $ 000
Notre Dame meet in Philadelphia Oct. 31, marking Notre Dame's AND HAIR CUT "
75th encounter with a service academy. NATTC's unconquerable bowl- (OOOOOQOOOOOOEXTRA
Probably the best part of the heralded Army-Notre Dame series ing team AE "A" #1- won BONUS
came right at the outset. Beginning with the Irish victory in 1913, NATTC's Intramural Bowling Regular 10.00
the two schools traded victories the first four years. Then In 1919 Championship Tuesday night,October Permanent $
(they didn't meet in '18)) the Knute Rockne at the helm and Frank 13, by taking four points Wave with $495 I

GIpp leading the attack, Notre Dame began a six-year mastery from Its helpless opponent, AE CouponJackie......
(except for one tie) over the Cadets. The 1919 game was supposedto "B" Ill.The .
have been a corker with the famous roleIn team's Williams
Gipper playing a big winning high game Specialist In Styling
Notre Dame's 12-9 victory.The for the night was 1,040> handi- act. Naturally Curly Dalr
Gipper, as his teammates and Rockne called him, died of a cap Included.The high flying team
respiratory ailment shortly after the 1919 season. Those who saw was sparked to its victory by the
him play say he was a fantastic player who could do anything.One fantastic bowling of Howard R.
of Gipp's college roommates, who now works for the Army Stewart, AE1, who had the high
Material Command (AMC) In Washington, D. C., told how Gipp became Individual game of 223 in a series THE
a legend at Notre Dame. of 604. Stewart carries four pin
Intelligent and fiery, the Gipper could easily handle an allnightgin handicap with an average of 174.
rummy bout on the eve of a big game. He was idolized by friendsand NATTC's Intramural Bowling HOLLY
fans, and so the shock of his death was felt for many years. League is composed of 17 teams 4 Bedrooms
The story has It that a few seasons. later Rockne was deliveringone from various departments and envisions I I I
of his "fire and damnation" halftime lectures to a Notre Dame at the training( center. All Separate Dining
team that had fallen behind. Rockne allegedly insured victory with league games were rolled at the Room
these famous words: "Men, let's win this one for the Gipper." mainside bowling alley.
As the years passed, old "Notre Darners" delighted in telling two AE "A" #lhas aseasonrecord :
they were once roommates of Gipps. of 56 and 8. The runner up team,
"Well, of course not everyone at Notre Dame was Glpp's room- Dental, has a season record of 46 r
mate," explained the AMC employee. "But there were 85 of us and 18. AE"A" #lteam members
living In one big room in those day The Gipper was one of them." include: team captain Fredrick 1..
Firth, AECA; John T. Defazio, THE
AEC; Michael E. Freese, ATl;
I Intramural FootballStill Ronald E. Mackie, AE1; HowardR. THISTLE .
Stewart, AE1; Henry E. Van- :
denberg, AECS: William H. Wa-
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records In IM Football, Com- VP-30 VP-18 6-0 Wasson, AELiVANDERBilT 1
munications at 7-0 and VP-30 at 1Yz Baths
6-0 lead the National and American -
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Placing second and third in the p TIRES
Nat'l League is NARTU at 5-2
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