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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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military department. The appraranrc of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

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The Elite Host The FleetBy Chaplain //Vessage

S'I: [ :S\'aj7\9'I ,
Frank Myers, J02 \j By James F. Agnew

1 ,, who has developed
Sunday, we 'at NAS Jacksonville will join with approximately 100,000 Maturity comes to the person physically, mentally,
It does not come automatically at the age of 21
civilians In this area to celebrate the 24th anniversary of this Naval Air and spiritually. years
before that time
Some develop faster and are mature and there are others
Station. SUNDAY who reach it in later years. Many reach it at twice the legal age, and there
Now is the time for all military men in this area to pause and con- 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy are those who never mature.One .
sider their position in the community of this Gateway City. Very few of Communion characteristic of a mature man can be noted by the ability to op.

us have ever enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and warm greetings whichwe 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine crate his own thinking mechanism Hedoesnothave to have the approval
have experienced in Jacksonville. All too often, 'Navy Towns" have a Worship of all his friends and relatives. He is not afraid to say no to some thingsin

cool and indifferent attitude towards their military residents. They welcomethe 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for life In a word, a man who has matured has convictions of his own
tremendous amount of money being poured into their economy, but 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 One of the secrets of value Judgment is wrapped up In a person's knowledge .
shun the of ages of himself. 'Know Thyself was a rulein the life of Socrates. No
responsibility making their city attractive to the sources of 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine one
this Income you and I. can possibly mature without reflective powers which come from a study

Not so In Jacksonville All around us there are prime examples of a city Worship Fellowship- of one's self.Selfdiscipline.
6:30 p.m. Youth is the natural second step after knowledge of one's self
doing much to attract the military man and draw him Into inner circles
t
. .... and self-discipline demands ruthless honesty within. When such a searchlight
.
,0 in the community. People welcome sailors Into their dubs, homes, churches WEDNESDAY is directed inward, the Individual is able to correct and rearrangehis
and schools with warmth which be matched in few other cities
a can very energies toward the proper way of living. As an example: a person
in the U. S.What 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Re- seeking maturity will admit a mistake to himself first, and when neces-
has brought about these strong ties of friendship and acceptance? hearsal sary, to others. He will not shift the blame to other shoulders.
Undoubtedly the military man himself has had much to do with this. 7:30 p. n Senior Choir Re- Know theyself-be honest with thyself.
We have all heard lectures concerning our responsibility to the Navyas hearsal Discipline thyself.
"Ambassadors in Blue" We all know that one sailor can do much to 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion And when you do this you will develop and grow.
help or hinder the public's attitude towards the Naval service. Also on all Holy Days And because you have helped yourself you are In a position to help

Undoubtedly there have been many "Ambassadors in Blue" working Catholic Services at SL Ed- others.
long and hard to establish the opinion the community holds of us. ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval This is maturity This is happiness.

That is not the entire answer. Perhaps Navymen themselves have not Hospital
VAP-62 News P3A Orion
been the main reason for this situation SUNDAY MASS & VP.45

If you attend the festivities Sunday, look around you at the citizens .
gathered there Then you will see the main reason we enjoy community 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital ShortsThe Featured On TV 4
relations practically unmatched in:America people. Little people Big 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- coveted "Gold Bars" of

people Many people. Jack Qn.vjll6 people,, ward's Chapel Ensign were received by G, E.

They are the backbone b(t!! .e.Kavy4Jtfan! relationship. These people, McGauley In a ceremony at Han- The P 3 A Orion newest sleek-
DAILY MASS
interested in the military activities trj!their %tOwn.ftfthe, people who recognize gar 114, October L VAP-62's est aircraft to join the Jacksonville -

the Important task they performing being die gracious hosts to 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Commanding Officer, Cdr. J. P. Naval Air Station and Its

.. a major military complex in the United States. ,1.' Cullen, made the presentation to squadron will be featured In
The origin of NAS Jacksonville offered the earliest due to today's re- MONDAY & TUESDAY the former Aviation Electrician "N _VP 45" Saturday, No-

lationship. This station was handed to the United States Government aftera 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC Chief who has been with the vember7 at 3:45 p.m. on WJXT,
group of private citizens raised approximately 1 1/2 million dollars to squadron for 3 years. Ens Television 4.

purchase the land. Unlike many stations which began because of their FRIDAY McGauley has been ordered to the The filmed story shows the

strategic location, natural harbors, etc, NAS Jacksonville was Given to. 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital USS Saratoga (CVA-60)) the first training program of VP 45 and
Uncle Sam in return for today's Navy Complex. To this day, no group of the year. All hands take prideIn points out the attributes of the
of citizens has ever matched the generosity which was the birth of NAS SATURDAY commending Ens McGauley on P 3A Orion.

Jacksonville 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY his accomplishment. .
These people asked for us! They wanted to do their part in defense of OPERATION "HI-BOY". The The program will show main-

this country. Today, a carrier basin, a master jet base and the hub of past week has seen two of tenance of the aircraft, survival

all naval activities for the Southeastern part of the United States com- "7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before VAP-62's aircraft participatingIn exercises and equipment, the
bine to make this area a major military one. Masses Operation "HBOY", as part complex weapons system that
Petty annoyances from day to day, like sonic booms and traffic con- Catechism Classes:Grade School of aweatherreconnaissancemis- goes Into the aircraft, an emergency -

gestions, are thrust upon the civilian populace as a result of a gift 24 sion. The squadron operatedIn at sea drill and parachute

years ago. Yet, through all of this, few complaints are voiced. SATURDAY conjunctionwitMarinefighter survival exercises, which keep

Yes, military men, enjoy this tour of duty, for the next time you receive 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities and attack aircraft flying non- the men In combat readiness.
a change of station, you may not find the gracious hospitality whichis building 722 stop across the Atlantic. Crews VP-45, once known as the
accepted so routinely here. consisting of Cdr. J. P. Cullen fledgling, Is one of five anti-

CO; Ltjg Larsen; Sitar, ADK1; submarine warfare squadrons

I'm Just A Steerinq Wheel Temple, AOl; and Lcdr Govan attached to Fleet Air Wing
Traffic Ltjg Edwards, Ens Carlsen] and Eleven. The squadron was the

Loughmlller, -ADJ3, have been first to complete the transitionto
Tm just a wheel. A Steering plague. And Tm no respecterof A and -
flying out of Cherry Point,MCAS the new P 3 Orion received
Wheel And you're my cap- persons. A child, a grand- Violations Bermuda and the Azores. ; the 1964 battle efficiencyand
tain. Behind me you're the lord .
mother, even you my friend.
0. C. Austin award.
AZ3, receivedthe safety
and master of a miracle. You
it's all the same to me.
Sailor of VP-45" was producedby
the Month award "Navy
can make me take the kids to Pm sensitive. I respond Instantly The following Is a report of
for Terry
September at Octo- WJXT Navy Reporter
schooL You can turn me down to the hands you give me., motor vehicle accidents and traf- quarters,
ber 1. Cdr. J. P. Cullen CO Dahly who also actually engagedIn
the road ,
sunny toward town. With Give me calm, steady, careful fic violations for the period October of thesurvivalexerclses
presented the
award some
to Austin.W.
me you can guide your goodsto hands and Fm your friend. 18 through October 24. .
the market place. you can But give me unsteady hands, C. Haines, ADJ3, was of the squadron In preparationfor
rush the sick be named Plane Captain of the a ten-hour reconnaisance
to healed fuzzy-minded hands reckless
Number of
Accidents VP45.
Month. mission with a crew from
you can go In minutes to places hands. then fmyoo.renemy,
hours away. You can do magic. a menace to the life, the This week October 18 through

Yet In the blink of an eye, happiness, the future of every October 24 . . 4

.In the tick of your watch, I can person, every youngster riding, Total accidents this year through

turn deadly killer. I can wreck walking, playing.Fm October 24 . . 191
cripple and destroy. I can just a steering wheeL And Number of accidents through.

'snuff out the life of a kid still you're my captain. Behind me October 1963 . 235 :
full of life maybe your kid. you're the lord and master of a Total number of days since last y

I can twist a smile into tears. miracle or a tragedy. It's Injury in motor vehicle acci-

I can deal out death like the up to YOU f dent . . . 76


Number of ViolationsThis Q

NTEWS Week . . 62
J AX AIR
Speeding . . . 14 ". E t
Reckless Driving . 3 ". ;
Going through Stop Sign 2 \

Other Violations . 43 "N\ %
the JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Thirty-five drivers appeared ... '"" f f
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, before the Traffic Hearing Boardat ':. > '"""' .
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the meeting held on October 26. II',. ',.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Disposition of the cases Includethe "
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, following: eleven lost driving >-

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before and parking privileges aboard the
publication.: News items are welcomed from all sources station for various ,
periods six
Telephone EV.9-7711. Ext. dl62. ;
were assigned to
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher queries complete an
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing eight hour course in remedial I :
,
driving instructions fourteen "" r -
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida ; x* ??
Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. were given suspended penalties; CONGRATULATIONS, ENSIGN MCGAULEY, YOU'RE OUT OFUNI-
seven were given warnings; two FORM. In
ceremonies held| Sam
E.
October G.
on 1st, Ensign
VOL. 22 NO. 35 OCTOBER 29, 1964 were referred dismissed to commanding; and eleven officersfor we re McGoul hat and bars, "former Chief Aviation' Electricians Mate, receives, his
from
Cdr.J. P. Cullen, Officer of Heavy
possible disciplinary action.. )( Photographic Commanding
Squodron
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JAX AIR HEWS
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VP-16 Nears River Md., where VP-16 personnel SIO Personnel 13, again.)
The irate wife
.received 'training in the of an NAS sailor
End Of Switch P-3A systems and maintenance Don't Just Stand There, called and wanted to know where
procedures.The her husband was. He had the day
To New P3Athe off, apparently, and hadn't
squadron is now busy completing QuestionsHardly come
These
"Eagles" PatrolSquad- last minute preparations Answer home. (I volunteeredtospendthe
ron Sixteen are nearing the final for the annual Administrative that the COMFAIRJAX-NAS Jax Service day checking a few bars for him,
stages of transition to the sleek, Inspection November 2-6., Information a OfficTdL not receive some unusual request for but The Boss nixed the sug-
new, Lockheed: P-3A Orion patrol The "Eagles" will maintain &ss1stance. gestion.)
bomber. At present eight squadron a full complement of The office, which functions as a clearing house for news re- The sweet young thing who call-
crews are operation, with personnel at HAS Jacksonville, leases and general information aboot the Navy, Is occasionally ed and wanted to locate a sailor
four more to foD w. FU, .n Nor. 14 at which time stumped by some requests. Like the tire: free lance writer named Frank. She didn't know his
Most" have returned from the squadron assames a detachment aspiring wi last name, but he stood five-feet-
mral Air Bermuda who was doing an article on nine; had brown and
I Station. Patoxem at wanted "....a eyes curly
crash
---- airplane hair. (We said if he called us,
photograph of the Atlantic Ocean we'd call her.)
the way it looked on July 1. 1942." The kid in New
Jersey who
,. HAPPY FAMILIES DRIVE AI (trash File 13 can, otherwise wound up known with as this the wroteam requested about theNavy all of In the Jack information -

one.) sonville.] He gave the office this
A CPO living in air station
ultimatum: a deadline of two
housing called up to complain weeks to answer his letter. (File
I about low-flying aircraft. (He 13 stays about full.)
told write a letter to the
was to
A huffy matron c alled and wanted .
chickened out)
Admiral -- he
the office to" stop this sailor
received from a
A letter was
from "
writing my daughter. (Her
high schoolgtrllnSouthCarolIna
which simply said: "Dear Sir. (Continued on Page 6))
CAR FROM DUVAL MOTOSU

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE

During the cruise Trotter crossed
the equator four times and the International -
Globe-Troller Trotter Returns I
f dateline once. He became
qualified to be known as a "sailor"on
August 6 when all three ships
.a From World
TripA made their first equator crossing.By .
participating In one of the most
Kansan who got sand in his shoes and is now making his home in andent maritime traditions-the initiation -
the Sunshine State is busy these days idling his friends about the dish marking his transition from
toric world cruise with nudear-powesed Task Force One on OperationSea lowly pollywog status to that of a
I Orbit shellback-he Is also qualified to be
M Thomas J. (Jim) Trotter, a Navy Journalist second: class, recently circled known as an "Old Salt" or even an
r
the globe aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Enterprise. "Old Sea DOB.
Operation Sea Orbit started July 31 at the Straits of Gibraltar and ended Trotter was a reporter for the Kansas -
October 3 at Norfolk Va. City Star before coming on active -
Task Force One was composed of the three U. S. Navy nudear-powered duty In the Naval Air Reserve
surface ships then in servicewlth the fleet-Enterprise,the cruiser USS Long May, 1962. He Is now the.Ieading
,.,. Beach, and the frigate USS Bainbridge. Since the end of the cruise a sec petty officer In NARTU's Service Information ...
ond frigate the USS Truxtun. has been placed In service. Office. "
Trotter- joined the force In theMed- voyage in maritime history-the 65"
iterranean bn July 22 prior to the day cruise itself.. EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS
start of the cruise. He and six other Three goodwill visits were made
Navy journalists also temporarily during the cruise by the Task Force
attached to the flag staff formed a One flagship-to Karachi, West Pakistan .
Command Information Bureau for : Sydney. Australia; and Rio de
8 rs the journey. Janeiro, Brazil. FURNISHED oo.. $85.0(
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News artides and features by the
score were turned our by the Navy NFURNISHED S55.0C
public Information specialists.Information t We COMR 1i
was transmitted back to the Children Welcome
SOME ENTRIES ARE HARD TO GET. That isn't the winning cop. U. S. for release and was also re- RotAt103rd / Conveniently! Located
Hon, just our way of saying that the contest closes very soon. leased through the United States In- to downtown
Deadline is October 31, so hurry and get those entries in, to the: formation Service in nations alongthe St. at Wesconneff Blvd/ HAS and Cecil
Task Force One route. WE WIRE FLOWFRS
Editor lax Air News.
The cruise made history in that the PHONE SP 1-3770 or SP 7-0250 CLEO DAVIS
three ships made the more than3OOOo.mDe
Merit PromotionsThe voyage without takingon FLOWERSFOR

any fuel, food, or supplies of EVERY OCCASION REALTORS-INSURORS ..
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted in accordance anjn kind. Several speed and other FREt DELIVERY 588 S. Edgewood
with the station's Merit Promotion Program: records were also set by the force JEWELL J..SMITH 4-6444 CO4-9442
OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT including the longest self-sustained

Andreu, Clifford H. Airframes Mechanic Production Controller

(Aircraft), GS-7 DID YOU EVER EARN $300 AN HOUR?
Dell, Mirah L. Clerk-Typist, GS2Stock:! Control Clerk, GS-3
Fuller, Lute R. Aircraft Metals Worker Production Controller
(Aircraft), GS-7 HERE'S HOW: '12 MIN. FROM ORANGE PARK

Hair, Ross E. Physical Science Air Same, GS-5 18 MIN. FROM JAX NAS

(Metallurgy), GS-4 25 MIN. FROM CEDAR HILLSYOU'LL
Hawkins, Charlton J.: Aircraft Metalsmith Production Controller
(Aircraft), GS-7 SAVE $100.$200 . $300. .
Hoover, Tyrus H. Airframes Mechanic Production Controller )
OR MORE. fEVEN$100IN20MIN.IS$300ANHOUR
(Aircraft), GS-7
King, Edward D. Aircraft Metalsmith Production Controller SEE AND CHOOSE FROM A COMPLETE SELECTION OF

(Aircraft), GS-7 PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER VALIANT
Robarts, Lecil D. Aircraft Electrician Production Controller
(Aircraft), GS-7
Rosseland, Rolf A. 0. Aircraft Electrician Production Controller
(Aircraft), GS-7

Story, Ralph R. Airframes Mechanic Production Controller ; .
(Aircraft), GS-7 :Y Yr:.. > 4S ''k.
Weickel, John R. Airframes Mechanic Production Controller
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Gardner, Francis R. Receiving& Shipping Traffic Manager, GS-10-
Supervisor, GS-9 ..
Wilson, William L. Storage Officer, GS-9 Same, GS-10 Pd& OH RYSLER MARK QUAMTY

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Horne, James W., Jr. Electrical Engineer, GS-5 Same, GS-7

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tar and feathering society for Death Vincent
ERA# 126Due witches. Since a band will Court Price, Hazel

play the tunes of.spooky. music, a Bluejackets Inn MoviesMovies Kiddie Show Beauty
to the popular requests of donation of 50 per person will Beast and t
It's members and pests and with pay for the razing of the roof.
no other alternative In sight the The Housing Committee Issues Thursday, October 29 Sunday, November 1 1Mainslde
Housing Committee Is mandated this advance notice that the ; will be shown regularly -
to announce that agalaHaUoween Annual Turkey Shoots will be held Rhythm ,Kings Plus"One"8:30- at 7 p. m. Monday through Yul Kings of the Sun .
Party bank and all will beheld In November and December at 11:30 p. m.Friday Saturday. NATTC Brynner. George Chakirts
on the evening October, our property,7673 Dlandlng Blvd. October 30 NATTC will have two feature Kwal -- William Bridge on the.River
Saturday night. Since this Is a Marksmen substitute shooters, times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. Holden, AW
"Trick or Treat' night the and apprentice shooters of either Carl Boyd& The-Rhythm Kings on Saturdays and Sundays. The Guinness,
children, witches, demons and sex are wanted to prove their 9-1 a. m.Saturday. hospital will have one feature on Hospital Honeymoon Hotel .
goblins will have early priority skill, to shoot for turkey, and October 31 Sunday's at 7 p. m. Robert Goulet, Nancy Kwan
on the first dusky hours of the to shoot the FRA building & The Redcoats The Malnside theatre will stay Monday, November 2
Wilson
spooky evening. After the threat mortgage out of existence. March the same except for the evening
of omnaus) disaster has passed P.J. Kozar, Chairman of the 9-1 a. m.Sunday. feature which will begin at 7:30p. MalnsideCarpetbaggers .
aid the young ones are safely Welfare Committee, appeals to, November 1 m.These are subject to change. George Peppard, Elizabeth
I. bedded down we, the Housing all FRA members to keep the Kiddie Matinee at Malnside NATTCy
Committee, Invite the elderly Christmas spirit alive in a little Phil Cay & The Chantels 8:30- Theatre, Saturdays, 2 p. m. Kings of the Sun Yul
spooks of the FRA and their but effective way. How? By 11:30p.m. Brynner George Chaklris
ghosts-guests to the ole FRA donating canned, or boxed foods Monday, November 2 Thursday, October 29 Hospital Bridge on the River
Hall, 7673 Dlandlng Blvd. for fun and unwanted repairable toys Malnside Masque of the Red Kwal William Holden Alec
for 1
and relaxation. Dress comfortably which will be distributed to the Pizza 2 Night Death Vincent Price, Hazel Guinness
for the evening If you needy at Christmas. A box will Tuesday, November 3 Court Tuesday, November 3
can costume or otherwise,but be be left In the branch hall for con NATTC Stage to Thunder Rock-
careful for Southwest Jax has a tributions. Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Barry Sullivan, MarllynMax- Mainslde McLIntock John
Wednesday, November 4 well Wayne, Maureen O'Hara
Hospital Hey There It's Yogi NATTC-CarpetbaggersGeorgi
Game Night 8 p. m. Elizabeth
Bear Animated Cartoon Peppard, Ashley
Hospital Kings of the Sun -
A man, preparing for a party, Friday, October 30 Yul Brynner, George Chakirls
makes sure his favorite blue
Malnside Honeymoon Hotel -
Wednesday, November 4
suit is pressed, A woman debates Robert Goulet, Nancy Kwan
whether she can show up againIn I NATTC Masque of the Red Malnside Moon SpinnersHay.
the same dress she wore two Death Vincent Price, Hazel ley Mills, Peter McEnery
invitations ago. Court NATTC McLlntock John
.. Bernard Roshco4L1 Hospital Stage to Thunder Rock Wayne, Maureen O'Hara
Barry Sullivan, Marilyn Max- Hospital Carpetbaggers -
well George Peppard, Elizabeth
Ashley
I Saturday, October 31
SIO PersonnelContinued
r Mainside Bridge on the River
Kwai William Holden Alec ( From Page 4))

i Guinness daughter was a Junior In collegeand
NATTC Honeymoon Hotel the "sailor" was a jaygee.)
Robert Goulet, Nancy. Kwan The sailor who called and insisted
Hospital Masque of the Red
a that the "Service Information
Office" had all the details -
branches of
about switching
""
'
the services. The Personnel
UIEi&Qniltc (
Like to watch things grow? Plant your nDju Officer has offered to move next

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USO Notes CPO Club

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Thursday, October 29 : \ ,
Thursday, October 29 ( :
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Homemade Goodies Night 29 <<.. ..,, l ......, ..f.... ,I
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Happy Hour Thursday, S : .
Friday, October 30 '. : t 'fw.::: ;:.::::>:..)f.:h...,....':':, .. .. ..
Friday, October 30 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m.
Goblin's Eve Party 8-11 p. m. Dinner 6-9 p. m.
Dance to Mach Four Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

Saturday, October 31 Saturday, October 31 Friday, October 30 Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than

Halloween Howl 8-11 p. m. Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving
Halloween Ball with The Country Dinner 6-9:30 p. m. too late for this deadline will be published the fol-
Sunday, November 1Opn Drifters The Continentals 8-12 a. m. how week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .
check or money order for the full cost of the ad most be:
Sunday, November 1
Saturday, October 31 received WITH the copy for the ad.

Monday, November 2 Happy Hour Dinner 6-9:30 p. m. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Dance to George Hughes The Sophit-Kats 8:30-12:30 a.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines)) . . . $1.00
Open Per additional line (4 words per line). .. . 35
Tuesday, November 3 Monday, November 2 Sunday, November 1Bufet.69 f- tad. iaa ::1

Game Night p. m. Prime Ribs of
Game Night //1

Wednesday, November 4 Tuesday, November 3 BeefMonday SOUTHSIDE BRICK RESIDENCE FOR SALE SINGER AUTOMATIC
November 2 4072 Dover RoadIn CONSOLE MODEL Original price
Disc Jockey Show 8-11 n. m. Election Day open at 7 p. m. established residential area. $300.00 pay $62.or reliable party

Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Entrance foyer, living room, assume $8. a month payments.

CHURCH CHRiST. Wednesday, November 4 Dinner 6-9 p. m. dining room, large kitchen. Mas- Sewing machine does all ZIg Zag

Tuesday, November 3 ter bedroom and bath up short designs, makes bunco holes,
5223 WESCONNETT BfcyD. Dance to Bud Clark
buttons. Can 353-1946
sews on
of stairs'. Another large
flight
NEAR .NAS
JUST TIMUQUANA'RD. Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p. m. bedroom and bath, also Florida (night or day) will deliver, no

HOBBY SHOP OPENINGThe (German) room on main floor. Carpets obligation. A-l Sewing MachineCo.
SUNDAYS '
: Wednesday, November 4 throughout electric range and .

10:00: .BIBLE WORSHIP newly completed NAS G.E. washer. Hardwood floors,
Hour 3:30-6 m.
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP Hobby Shop, located In Buildings Happy p. Fried central duct heat and air conditioning TRAILER LOT 50' X 100' 10
7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE 897 and 898 next to the old Family Night 6-9 p. m. Rear yard fenced, min NAS, 6085 Townsend Road
Chicken
WEDNESDAYS: location at Bldg. 896, will open abundance of trees Including SP 1-6188, after 6 p.m. Free

7:30 P.M. M1D-WEE& SERVICE Saturday, October 31 at 12 p. m. citrus, enclosed garage. Easy local hauling.
The hours of operation will be access to N.A.S.via Expressway.
CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075: : Acey Ducey Club HOUSE FOR SALE 4 bdr.
from 12 p. m. to 10 p. m., Vacant, move In now. Price
MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 bath bit In kit
seven days a week. $18,000.00 with $2,700.00 down Rambler, Den, 2 ,
and assume FHA mortgage. Total central heat, fenced yd, Cheap

October 29 $106.12 monthly. See 3895775.
qor m r B mrmr mr r mr- p- Thursday, payment
this today.. Call EL 6-737L
4:30-6:30 m. 1964 V W SEDAN radio, seat
ROOSEVELT MALL Happy Hour p. STOCKTON, WHATLEY, DAVIN
belts, parcel shelf, 8,000 ml.
Friday, October 30 & CO. Realtor.IMMACULATE. $1545. 781-1263.

March Wilson& The Redcoats MONZA 1962

8:30-12:30 a. m. 2 dr. Sport Coupe, white with NEW FORD car or truck,
CAR WASHOPEN Saturday, October 31 turquoise interior. Buckets seats any model, good deal call 384-

Halloween Costume Party with 4 spd. floor shift.Radio and heat 6679 after 6 PM.

Phil Cay 8:30-1 a. m. er. Good WW tires. 24,000
MONDAY thru SATURDAY actual miles. $1395. Call Frank UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
Sunday, November 1 Blinding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR
Myers1 ext. 816L
,
8:30: A.M. 6 PUOCATEPWTHEWDOSEVELT Game Night 5:30-7:30 p. m. WANTED used console heater Kit.Owner Equip.7718697.3 ml NAS $115 mo.

MALL SHOPPING CENTER March Wilson& The Redcoats EV 89866.
ON ROOSEVELT BLVD 8:30-11:30 p. m. JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY

Monday, November 2 62 TRIUMPH HERALD CON- Venetia Wesconnett Bellalr
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY VERTIBLE $650. good condition EV 4-3055 or SP 1-5464.

Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m. $115.. down 10 pay at baths
-WAXAPPLIED BEL AIR 3 bdr, 1 1/2 ,
FREE WITH CAR WASHTVANDERBILT Tuesday, November 3 $53.36 must have good credit. kit furnished, W to W carpet
771-6760 after 5 PM. $350 down assume payments 771-
Game Night 7:30-9:30 p. m.
FOR RENT Nov. 1 cottage 7584.

Wednesday, November 4 5148 101st St. off Ortega Farms FURN APTS 557 Oak, studio

Movies sports 8 p. m. Blvd. furnished, suitable for apt. $45 mo. ###4, 1 bed rm apt,
couple $50. mo. CallSP 12377. $50. mo. ###5, clean & comf.

1 TIRES 3941 Boone EV 89886.
FURNISHED APT -
The tricky thing about dispensing bath children wel-
4
Pk. rms, FREE MAPS and Triple "A"
Is that
"PROVEN FOR MILEAGE-QUALITY-PRICE" political patronage come. Key at garage apt. Phone information. Special attention to
3 for every personwhogets plum, EV 7-3356 after 6 PM $50. mo. 781127'1S
Call
YOU
AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE several others wind up with sour Navy.
-
grapes. 1961 JEEP newly rebuilt en-

NO MONEY DOWN :;. 1.17 :itK Human Events gine Mole] BOQ top, ext.lock 502 hubs after call 4 E.J.PM. NAS BEDROOM, $50 down HOME$50 month.- Close Call to

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UNCONDITIONAL UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE SALE Inc. Prop duplex

$ GUARANTEE WHITEHALL 3-plex, 4 plex, 3 ml. NAS $115mo.
BLACKWALL
EACH SIZE EACH Owner 7718697.

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600.15. up
) 650.13........ ".11 'E'i
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650.15 .. .... '.11 950.14....... 25.46 SERVICE STATION
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670.15 ....... 16.47 CORNER ROOSEVELT 1
710.15. .. ..... <10.n 710.15. DRIVE
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I VP-18 Squadron Makes Friends In ChileHost i


GuestsOn mission of the UNIT AS OM ration, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezula.
and the history of Patron Patron Elghteen's Detachment,
October 4, 1964 Patrol Eighteen. under the command LCdr Dells

Squadron Elghteen's Detachment Negron Jr., has flown a total
UNITAS V/2 displayed Its' two UNITAS V Is a joint AntiSubmarine 216 hours during the first month ( j
SP-2H Neptunes and one C-131 Warfare exercise with and a* half. The VP-18 flight
Convair to more than 1,500 peopleat the Navies and Air Force of eight crews have instructed and
Los Cerrillos Alrporj in Santiago South American Nations. Priorto demonstrated the latest advancesIn x
Chile.At the exercises with Chile the Air ASW techniques to the representatives *( "
the open house the aircraft UNITAS Task Force under the of Brazilian i i PPIPPx
were put on display for the command of RAdm ArthurR. Uraguayan and Argentine ASW "A'rb ,,4, y j rrc"MUCHOS /
general public for three hours. Gralla, has operated with the forces.
The visitors were given brochures forces of Brazil, Uruguay, and UNITAS V will end in early s
written In Spanish des- Argentina. During the remainder December at which time the U.S. 4r
cribing the mission and charac- of UNITAS the Task Force units will return to their home q' 1 8
teristics of the aircraft the will operate with Peru Chile, ports. Ion

IL I
SPECIAL for the month of NOVEMBER Sport ChutistRichard Itla

E. Clark AX1, of Patron GRACIAS CHIEP and thus she gave a thank you kiss 1''
PERMANENTS 2 for the 1 Eighteen UNITAS V Detach- to R. C. Davis, AMHCA. Happy faces were plentiful when the for
e e e e e price I of ment, performed a possible first chief and other members of Patron 18's Unilas V Detachment Jsepuiv

Starting At $12.50 or $15.00 and up when he sport parachuted InBahia hosted the children of Orphange "Isabel Riguelme" and Rebeca J hE

Childrens hair cuts $1.00 (up to 12 yrs.) Blanca 1964.Argentina Clark and on 25September his fellow- Matte", and handed out gifts of dolls, models, balloons and balls.

Prices good Mon. Tues. & Wed. only. jumper Roberto Ortiz of the Parachute Club. He hopes to balloons, and pennants for the ,ierJrvl

e LEE'S TIMUQUANA BEAUTY SALON Bahia Blanca Sport Parachuting make one jump In each of the children. These Items, gifts
5420 Timuquana Rd. Phone 771-0926 Brigade believe that Clark was eight countries he visits during from U.S. manufactures, given del
.LEE'S HAIR STYLING the first North American sport UNITAS.V. under the label of Operation bnsIrvi

4116 Herschel St. ....... Phone EV 9-1183 jumper parachute in Argentina, Although a well established Handclasp were a tremendous k
he was definitely the first Bahia sport In the NorthernHemlsphereSport hit with the children.
Blanca. Parachuting Is just Two groups of boys visited the deir
Clark, a member of Patron beginning to become popular In Detachments aircraft at Los per
Eighteen's UNITAS Detachment Argentina. There are only about Cerrillos airport on two see? assiin
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND contacted Ortiz through Manuel 1000 jumpers In the country at parate days. The boys Ingroupsof
Arias, the chief tower operatorat the present time. The Bahia 35 each, ranged In age from msay
THE BEACHES Bahia Blanca airport. Clark Blanca Sport Parachuting Bri- seven to twelve the first day to
and Ortiz made their jump from three to six the second day. The
gade was formed only three weeks c
: IDmD a Piper J-3 piloted by Ncslon prior to this jump. boys came from orphanages administered -
Mutt! Only one jump by each_ and financed by the illeerie
man was made because of the Host OrphansMembers "Corps of Carablneros", the nation ,
weather and oncoming darkness. wide police force of Chile. alit
ll u r Clark made his first jump on of Patrol StuadronEighteen's { While at the airplanes the boys In
June 7, 1964, and he Is member UNIT AS V Detachment were told all about the missionand ibilithe
o visited three orphanages and
of the Jacksonville
Navy Sport nomenclature of the SP-2H
were hosts at their aircraft to two ac
Neptune and were toured through 11 mi
of boys during the Detach-
groups
the aircraft. As rememberancesof
CAN YOUTAKE ment's stay In ,Santiago Chile. ationroad
their visit the boys were given
The visits td the orphanageswere
YOUR CAR arranged for the Detach- Patron Eighteen pennants bal- equef
IREWRIIAWCEAHYOWIHIHHU.S.H. loons and description of the air-
WITH YOU' the
Ret C.P.O. ment by the United States Information -
FRITZ PARMAN ( )
For craft and Patron his-
And
Financing Insurance Service in Santiago.Two Eighteen's rd e
Stateside And Overseas. Call of the orphanages contained tory written in Spanish.The tantrder
: DYER M. BURR Corps has about 25,000
about 100 children from three to
!:J ,.. reo resentingGOVERNMENT men and 1,200 officers and Is con- ecis
eight of and are administered -
years age
,,.' MO'HINGe/NE1SYPAYMENTS' / : 1 EMPLOYEES the Foundation for sidered one of the most efficient ill u
.: FINANCE by
r. CORPORATION and disciplined
police organiza- lsoron
AND Social Assistance, a government
tions In Latin America. Special
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE organization.The
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM INSURANCE COMPANY Flying Phantoms of Patron cooperation Is one of the principal con
5615 TimuQuana Rd. 771-05271 Eighteen brought model air- activities of the Carablneros. It ill
100% DUPONT NYLON TUBELESS is not unusualtosee aCarablnero alif
planesdolls. soccer balls,
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing teaching school and doing social inlrrign
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee works In some districts Chile.

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9


551flcatlon Sloan NATTC I
even though It would appear more Car Club
Service To
y agreeable at the moment, would
be a disservice. Serviceman Of
Acquiescing to
inagemenf a supervisor's request to avoida To Hold BallThe
negative decision or devoting The MonthFirst i
[ndamental to the effective- time primarily to get around the

of a position classification required criteria would represent Sportscar Club of Jacksonville \
age program is the dedlca- a breach of the trust top Class Machine Accountant cordially invites everyone -
of classification personnel management has placed In him. Robert H. Sloan received the Q to attend the first annual i I
|Je objective that their everyt The classification specialistmust "Serviceman of the Month" fl; .. Masquerade Ball The Ball will
: and every decision must recognize that he mustgain award for the month of September be held at the George Washington i
directed toward service acceptance of his decision the at the U. S. Naval Air Tech- Hotel Oct. 3L
lanagement. In that respect, ability to explain the basis forMs nical Training Center recently. F It cost $5 a person to attend. \
function of the Wage and decision Is a prerequisite to Sloan has been attached to the The benefits will go to the Florida
sslflcatlon Division parallels acceptance. Further, based upon training center since June 1963. Sheriffs Boy's Ranch. The cost
objectives of other pro- sound management techniques, During that time, his letter of -.J.j also includes a buffet dinner
areas of the Industrial Reons he must be able to offer advice commendation reads, "he has : which will be held at 8 p. m. I
Department. Why is it and assistance on possible steps performed his assigned tasks ina until 9 p. m. The dance startsat I
that the question oft to be taken to achieve the goal manner above and beyond that Robert H. Sloan, MAI 1 9 p. m. until 1 a. m. Those I
constitutes service to sought. Sound performance on which is normally expected. interested are urged to call the
lagement is often controver- the pan of the classification "One of the most important Hotel for reservations.
|t when the position classlfl- specialist and positive accept- characteristics of a good leader -
|ion and wage program Is dls- ance of responsibility on the part is the possession of strong
sed? of the supervisor lead to establishment moral principles, an attribute
he answer to this question of the grade and which Sloan upholds In an admirable -
many facets, all of which classification or rating structure manner In his daily
not be examined here. Mis- best suited to the performance of association with other personnelIn SAVE $25 to $30
Jerstandlng of what constitutes the assigned mission with the division. ."
rvlce to management arisinger maximum efficiency: and economy Along with his letter of commendation -
pressure of dally opera- of operation. presented by CaptainC.
On Each 400 of Basic Bureau Rates far
ns is found among personnelboth Apart from the responsibility G.Strum Commanding Officerof
the receiving and for day-to-day program maintenance NATTC, Sloan received a
ruing end of staff services.er : the staff trained clas- $50.00 U.S. Savings- Bond, anda
such circumstances a sification specialists In the Wage free trip to St. Augustine, AUTOINSURANCE$
kpervlsor may recommend a and Classification Division Is Florida courtesy of the Jacksonville
[assiftcation or.rating with only available to serve management In USO and the St. Augus-
immediate and pressing pro- other ways. Based upon their tine Chamber of Commerce -
ms In mind. He overlooks experience and training, their for he and his family.
potential pay Inequities he assistance Is valuable in Sloan is married to the former -
with Carol M. Foley] of Titusville
|ay create or the degree which collaborating management
Is restricting utilization of a and planning officials In study- Pennsylvania. They have two
children and resid- More than 800,000 insure
illet by requesting a specific ing and determining appropriate presently car owners
organizational structures for diverse ing at 1233 B Hancock: Street, with
these
jeries or rating tailored to the Jacksonville Florida. GEICO.and get advantages:
,
nallfications of an individual. missions
.. .
Equal protection at substantial savings
In recognition of his respon-
libillty to serve management In Quick and fair personal claim serviceAn

the accomplishment of the over- JJ@Ou established, financially strong company
11 mission, the trained classification ."
specialist must take a '
Broader view of the supervisor's OEiHLlChevrolet
eques1. He must assure himself
GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERSYOU
bf f the facts, analyze these facts,
knd evaluate them in terms of the SAVE 30% .from Basic Bureau Rates for the Collision
tandards criteria and directives and Comprehensive coverages, and you save 25%
rider which he operates. His for the vital Liability coverages. GEICO also gives you
eels Ion must be the one which the usual additional savings on compact cars, driver train-
ill ing and when more-than-one-car is insured. You may pay
ultimately provide the
super-
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Fla. Hunters To Hunt DoveAt SPORTS

SHORTS

Nineteen Public Fields
Divisions desiring to enter
Florida hunters will have an opportunity to hunt dove on nineteen teams In the Station's Intramural
public dove fields during. the 1964-65 hunting season. The fieldsare County on the Point Washington Volleyball competition, and who
In fifteen counties and will have not done so as yet, are
!located require a $2.00 dairy huntIng Wildlife Macagement Area and
permit with the exception of fields In Jackson Franklin and the Apalachee Correctional Waves BowlingIn asked to submit their entries at
.Bay Counties, and the Eglin Military Reservation according to stitute farms will require the the earliest possible moment so
A. D. Aldrich, director Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. regular $5.00 public hunting per that the schedules and last mom-
Public dove fields are located In Polk Charlotte, Clay, Suwannee, mit. Fields located In Franklin the newly formed Waves ent details can be taken care of.
Franklin( Jackson Palm Beach, Broward, Bay; Dade Orange and County will require a special bowling league Jackie Galloway tr-bti
Semlnola Counties and the Eglin Military Reservation fields In $3.00 season dove field permit. posted the high game with a 181
Ohalgofa--Sama Rosa and.Walton Counties. Fields on the Eglln Military Reservation tally and the high set with a 464. Lieutenant James W. BroughMC
Public dove fields In Bay will require a$LOO dally The high team game was rolled ( ) USN, of the Dispensaryrecently
shot a hole In one on
permit. by the Old Fashions with a 534
There Is no limit as to the and they also posted the high team the NAS Golf Course at the 13th
number of hunters allowed on
green.
set with a 1500 total
the fields, with the exception of The results of the weeks actionare '*
the Clay County fields on the
:
Camp Blandlng area. Permits Total Pins W/L ATTENTION participants In
may be obtained at the fields or the JOWC swimming program.
li
N Y r at any of the five Commission Old Fashions 1500 1-0 Swimming lessons at the Indoor
regional offices. County JudgesIn Salty Dogs 1468 1-0 Pool have been re-scheduled to
Franklin, Bay and Jackson Manhattans 1303 1-0 take place from 6-7:30 p. m.
0l Counties will have permits for Stingers 1209 0-1 Instead of 7-8 p. m.
the fields located in these Martinis 0-1 bktiThe
Counties. Special permits for Daiquiris 0-1
the Clay County-Camp handing NAS Jax Golf Club Cham-
hunts may be obtained at the Lake pion Tournament will be playedover
City office only. Permits for the IM FootballWith the two week-ends of Octo-
Eglin dove fields may obtained ber 31 and November 7. This
at the Jackson Guard Station at approximately five weeksof tournament is open to members
Nlcevtlle. Intramural football action left only with established and cur-
Special dove field regulations In the season VP-30 and rent handicaps. The tournament'
and Information regarding loca- Communications remain the will be match play In flights of
tion of fields may be obtained by league leaders in the American 16 with no handicaps. Contact the
contacting the Commission's and National leagues with 7-0 Golf Shack for funher infor-
OVER HE GOES'. Mary Kay Ekhton. DKSA. demonstrates torn regional offices at Panama City, and 8-0 records respectively. mation.
01! the training she has received at the Judo Club, as she throws Lake City, Ocala, Lakeland and VP-30 won over VP-45, 8-6,
fellow dub member, Joe Muldoon, AM1. Eichten is among the West Palm Beach.According and Communications had little IM TennisDue
group of women who are learning the Judo techniques of self to Aldrich, the program trouble winning over the Marines. ,
of public dove hunting fields
defenselrom'GySgtD. L Stewart,club president.The women meet 24-0. work
was originated several years ago The results of last weeks action to resurfacing on
Saturday, 12 at Bldg. 751 and all interested
every p.m. women as an experimental operation.The are: the Mainside tennis courts they
are invited to attend. fields serve a two-fold purpose. Communications. Marines 24-0 will remain closed until about
They provide additional MARTD, FICEUR 14-6 November 2, when the schedulewill
public shooting grounds for the VAP-62, O&R 13-12 take up with the matches
hunter and a proving ground l for AF679th NARTU 12-6 scheduled to be played on that
managed public hunting on small W-30, VP-45 8-6 date. Matches missed, due" .to the
areas. Over the past seasons, VP-45, ComFairJax 7-6 work, will be played on a'make-
the dove field program has provento ComFalrJax. A/C Malnt 6-0 up schedule.
be successful as wen as popular VP-7, Hospital 1-0 The results of the first three
with the hunters. matches played were:
sasasass ComFairJax, FAETU 5-0
NARTU. FICEUR 3-2
ComFalrJax, VP-30 4-1
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travel-
,mot Vapor Trail were
+ approximately six weeks ing through unfamiliar skies last
fly Date Burgin remaining, In the Station's Intra- Saturday over NAS Meridian.
COFFEYVILLE, Kan., i Is a small town best known mural thousands
action the
probably, because r Bowling resultsof Mississippi, thrilling
Jesse James and his brother Frank and the boys used to roam In those last week's play are: of the Open H cose spectators with
parts. Western movies and dime novels were forever playing up that their spectacular free fall exhibition -
day In 1892 when the Dalton American League
October gang rode into
town to stick up a parachute jumps.On .
bank. But somebody had tipped off the townsfolk and
they were ready for Thunderheads Photo Lab NAS Whiting Field
3-1 Sunday
them. The outlaws were sent slapping leather and two Daltons
behind, dead. were left Electrons, Griffons 3-1 Florida held its Open House and

Those men who stood and faced the Daltons became the town heroes, CFJ"A", Cannon Cockers 3-1 was the drop zone for the Vapor -

and they have been ever since. Now, finally, the town has a new hero COmStore5, Pan'Handlers 4-0 Trails. An estimated 10,000
He's Marine First Lieutenant William "Billy" Mills, a Coffeyville citizen .... Needlers, Hellions 3-1 people stared upward as the eight

who, on an October day In Tokyo, stood up to the world's most heralded Eagles, FICEUR1/ 3-1 parachutists stepped out of the
distance runners and won an Olympic Gold Medal in the gruelling Neptunes, Riggers 2-2 C-117 transport at 12.500 feet

10,000 meter run It was one of the most fantastic upsets in the history =:. .... Mad Foxes, Chiefs 3-1 and for 60 seconds! formed. In
of the Olympic Games. .. .-- .... varied colored smoke the Vapor
The 26-year-old crew-cut Marine was timed in an Olympic record of _--ct.. -,..'---=... Continental League Trails inverted "V" across the
2824.4 as he scored the United States' first .. : :: .
: victory ever at the distance,
.. .- :;;;:.( Sparks, Inspectors 2-2
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the first In any long distance race since 1908 and provided the biggest J_ .=..-:.:., -- Cursors, Supply 3-1 sky.After an introduction of the
shock since FBI agent Horace Ashenfelter won the 3.000-meter "": :.::.
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steeplechase -
; Avions Mix Masters Trails LCdr. J. C.Brown
In 1952 at Helsinki ..- 3-1 Vapor ,
)JI.- .J. !'. Owl Hoots Spoilers 3-1 again piloted the aircraft aloft
Mills was considered far out ofhlsclassagalnst one of the finest 10,000- '-' -"' : A
meter fields ever assembled, but he stayed with the big names all the GREAT AMERICAN VICTORY Pizzans, Cutters 31NAR1UN for the Teams second exhibition
way. There was Australia's Ron Clarke, the world record-holder In the First Lieutenant Hilly Mills, part ]. FICEUR2/# 4-0 jump. On the first pass of the
event. There were the two Russians, Including the 1960 Gold Medal win- Sioux Indian and 100 itercent Marine Sky Warriors,Burgerm as ters3-l aircraft two of the Vapor Trails"
ner, Pytor BolotI kov. Even teammate Gerry Lindgren, the 18-year-old It the Americanto Flying Phantoms, Spartans 3-1 ,showed how the parachutist is
first
Corps
wonder boy, was favored over MUls. Strikers, Paymasters 4-0 able to vary his rate of descent,
But in the 20th lap of the six-mile plus test of courage and endurance ever win the 10.000 meter run from 120 mph to 190 mph. The
MUls took the lead for keeps. Nearly 80,000 spectators in the Tokyo in Olympic Garnet. Not only did he National League second pass of the aircraft left

stadium stood in disbelief as the Camp Pendleton, Calif., Marine sprintedfor win the 1961 event in Tokyo, but Rookies, Rejects 4-0 two more jumpers trailing smoke
the tape, fighting off the challenges of Clarke and another unknown, he set n new Olympic Garnet record Air
Frames, Lucky1 4-0 through the sky In the Star Burst
Mohamed Gammoundi of Tunisia. Mills ran the last mile in a brilliant while circling; the 400 meter track,
Baymen, BB Stackers 3-1 maneuver. Four jumpers exited
4271.: 21 times HI 28 minutes, 24.4 tecon -
NARTU2; Scatter Pins 4-0 on the third pass and formed
The race was an upset of such proportions that the climax was utter tin.
confusion There was a delay of some 35 minutes before the results were FICEUR CPO's, Marines 4-0 Into the Intricate 3-man Pin-
official and then Mills climbed the victory platform to have the Gold Medal SKEET SHOOTINGThe AF679th, AOMD 2-2 wheel, with one man crossingover

looped around his neck. Beside him stood Gammoundi,second, and Clarke, Mayport Skeet Range is Play Boys, Army AFES 2-2 the top.
third now open. All Interested shooters FICEUR&3# Darters 4-0 This Sunday, the Vapor Trails
Mills stood stiffly at attention while the U.S. National Anthem was played from NAS, Jax and NAS, Cecil will be back In the familar skies
and the American Flag raised. Field are Invited. over NAS Jacksonville,performing -
"I thought I could do It," he said later. "I thought I could run that fast. The is open on Wed., their aerial artistry In the

But when the flag went up on the flagpole and they played the anthem, I Sat. and range Sunday from 1 p.m. until thrilling air show celebrating the
thought I would cry. I really did. Costs nominal for 24 anniversary of the Naval Air
Mills hasn't won much since he was the Big Eight Conference championin sunset. are
the two-mile run for the University of Kansas in 1961. Last year he shells and targets, or bring your Station.
came In fourth In the 10,000-meter run at the CISM games, the military own shells and shoot for .50$
Olympics. a round. ((25 targets).
Bus for Mills's amazing feat at Tokyo, the citizens of Coffeyville could nu3a
excuse a town hero for wanting to shed a,tear of joy or two. LITTLEOR

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Fish Hatchery Dead Lakes In Gulf County, will NO DOWN RENA

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Development Commission and the t GRAND DRAWING
To Be ReleasedTo
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District to be improved as public PHONE yt I ? S 4'F

The PublicThe camp grounds. FINER USED CARS '
According to F. G. Banks, ANYBODY'
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assistant fisheries chief Game h
Wewahitchka fish hatchery
and Fresh Water Fish Com- CAR DEAL ,

mission, the hatchery ponds will '

be renovated and stocked with PETEPEEPLES d3;
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fresh water game fish. The ponds
will then be established as a i I.T44 I.

fishing area for child reminder

1 the age of sixteen. The Game 1035 MAIN ST.
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USS Enterprise Goes. To Sea Navy J Train

AF Pilots For

With Big Brown Eyed Female Viet Nam Duty


USS Enterprise-(CYAN 65)), . (NAVNEWS). Crewmembers PENSACOLA, FLA. (OCT 23)-)J
of the USS Enterprise (CYAN 65)), recently enjoyed an extended periodat The Navy and Air Force jointly
I sea with a big brown-eyed female. announced last week that 22 Air
Their star guest boarded the nuclear powered carrier, dressed ina Force pilots destined for duty as p UNDER
beautiful fur coat, prior to their departure from Sydney, Australia.Her advisors to the Vietnamese air
name is Matilda, and her ultimate destination was Norfolk force are being trained by unitsof

the Naval Air
Virginia.She all came about when Chief Juel Training
claims the distinction of Command.An NEW
learned that Enterprise would be
the first female to travel
being announcement prepared by
visiting Sydney during operationSEA
half-way round the world on a Air Force headquarters in Washington -
ORBIT, a 30,000 mite
nuclear carrier. voy- and released by the Naval
around the world without re- GEM
As it is very unusual for a age Air Training Command headquarters -
fueling. He wrote his wife and
fighting ship to have a female here said:
asked her to check with the zoo
passenger, the crew built special The U.S. Air Force has '.
in Norfolk to see if they would
quarters for their VIP. scheduled 22 Air Force officersfor
be interested in a kan-
having
Although some people would training in the A1H aircraft .
-- if he could
.frown on living in a home madeof garoo get one. during October 1964.
After affirmative
heavy gauge steel wire, thick receiving an "The training will be accom-
reply from the zoo, Chief Juel 0
cardboard, a blanket and sawdust obtained plished at Corpus Christ!(Texas)
permission for Enter-
Matilda appeared to be per Naval Air Station.
fectly satisfied. There was hard- prise to transport the kangaroo. "Upon completion of A1H

ly a time of day that you couldn't' condition Permission that was the granted on would the training, the officers will be 0
go by her borne and find at least kangaroo assigned to Vietnam for duty as
have been in quarantine the required -
ten Enterprise sailors admiring advisors to Vietnamese air force
amount of time, and would
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