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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: February 4, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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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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An overflow crowd of nearly French Canadian comedy. dian Air Force. It Is the firstmultiservice

4,000 people gathe red In the Jacksonville Featured attractions included International band

rt.ONUUUUi Civic Auditorium Mon- trumpet solos the NORAD Choir and today represents over

S day night to witness the second tunes played by several sectionsof 200,000 American and Canadian

visit of the NORAD Cavalcade of the orchestra and various servlcemenrAsslsyied to the North

Music. other solo and combo selections. American da ftffBRARY

Conducted by Major Victor J.
\. Molzer, the Pops Concert band The NORAD band was con- After th 'on tghtU( QWJip"U

,':;, : ,. and the Commander Orchestra ceived In 1959 and today Includes acksonvil ,* h rhfs\t:1aWmal:
< ...ti", presented a varied program of selected bandsmen (from the two more stops In Floridaand

1 IC Motor Victor classical popular,Dixieland and United States Army Navy, and then return to their home FLIGHT SERGEANT Bobby

Molzer takes bows for NO RAD Rock n Roll music dashed with Air Force and the Royal Cana- base In Colorado Springs Herriot (III) tells conductor Victor .,. _,

band following rendition of St. Molzer he was playing so hard

Louis Blues. his shirt button popped.



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Published Ly the lloll Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of f i icial I expression! of any
military department. The uppearanre of advertisements in this publication does not constitute un endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL.22N0.47 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 4, 1965

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Permanent Joint BoaI'd il Of Men Beware!!!! By New eaveyhorvey Program


Messmen bewarel I You may be ,

NAS Jacksonville Is hosting the lllth meeting of the Permanent replaced by contractlal mess- The most acute problem facing the Navy today Is the low reten-

Joint Board on Defense, Canada-United States currently being held menl I In a recent directive the tion rate of first-term enlisted personnel In the highly skilled tech-

aboard the station and throughout the Jacksonville Navy Complex. Chief of Naval Operations an- nical ratings. An Improved Seavey-Shorvey program, now In existence I

Twenty-two members of the Permanent Joint Board on Defenseare nounced plans 'which will elimi- provides career personnel with the opportunity to request the j

conducting their trl-annual meeting, which includes visits to nate military men from non- duty of their choice, but, unfortunately, first-term men are virtually

local navy Installations, tours and briefings.Rear food handling chores In Navy '
Admiral Robert Gold- messhalls and replace them with eliminated from this program.It .

thwaite Is the host Commander Morning And civilian employees.NAS VW-4 Receives has therefore become essential
that a duty assignment
for the group,which arrived Monday lax has been selected as
one of than 20 bases which option program be made avail-
and are scheduled to depart more
tomorrow. Evening Colors will remove the sailor from scullery CommendationIn able to them as an Incentive to
encourage reenlistment on board
and duties.
The first two days aboard NAS cleaning Only
with local those stations which employ more their present duty stations. SUPERS -

were officials spent and meeting conducting official Require RespectThe than 20 men In cleaning details Sea RescueEighteen Instruction 1306.73A
states the Incentives offered to
will be affected this
board meetings In the NAS Con- by changeIn
men of Airborne remedy this situation.
ference Room. The group dined ceremonial hoisting and policy.
The Chief of Bureau of Sup- Early Warning Squadron Four, Men serving on sea duty have
with Navy League officials and the lowering of the national flag at
the Hurricane Hunters several opportunities open to
plies and Accounts has been designated Navy's ,
Jacksonville Chamber of Com- command is known as
naval
a be -
elect to retained
to Implement this pro- have received a commendationfrom them. They can
merce. colors. Morning colors are observed onboard for to 24 months
Rear Admiral P. L. Town- up
When Jax Air News went;
(Continued on Vage 5)Goy't ) at 8 a.m. and evening gram.to press, no contact has been send, Commander Carrier DIvi- (Continued on Page 4)
colors at sunset.
made by BuSandA with supply sion Six, for their rescue of a
Colors ceremonies are conducted
CommitteeTo In five locations aboard officials here. The total number downed Air Force pilot on Second VP-18 i

located of men affected and a definite January 7.
this station. Flag poles are
Make StudyOn date for the start of this The pilot, Captain James C.
areas
In the following : Airlift Leaves
off the Attack
NAS, Building 1. Yorktown program? remain unknown. Doggette, was flying
Carrier Shangri-La as part of an

RetirementWashington Avenue. Inter-service exchange program. For Puerto RicoThree
NATTC, Building 500 York- riS----,
After taking off from the carrier
AFPS For the Avenue.
( ) town
diffi-
he experienced mechanical Patrol Squadron Eigh-
first time in more than 10 yearsa NARTU, Building 901. York-
..
t- culties, forcing him to make an teen crews departed NAS Jacksonville -
Cabinet-level committee will town Avenue.
over water ejection. on Wednesday January
make a thorough study of govern USNH Admin Bul1dlng.Mus- I
The Hurricane Hunters received 27, 1965 for U.S. Naval Station,
Club .
ment retirement programs and tin Road (beyond 0' )
word of the mishap while Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico.
policies affecting military and Brig, Building 12, Between
from airlift about
Inn. enroute to Jacksonville This comprising one
civilian personnel. building 3 and Bluejackets'
Puerto Rico. They diverted their fourth of the Squadron, is Patrol
In his budget message Presi- Article 27, U. S. Navy Regulations
flight to search for the downed Squadron Eighteen's second such
dent Johnson said the committee prescribes proceduresfor
aviator. Locating him with the move in the past three months.Six .
will review all conducting the colors cere-
government aid of flares, they orbited the aircraft and crews are now
retirement systems and their Interrelationships mony and states In pan: "Dur-
position and directed a rescue. permanently at NS, Roosevelt
with one anotherand ing colors, vehicles within sightor i'i'I -
j half the Squadronto
Commended were Lieutenant Roads, leaving
of the shall
with the social security hearing ceremony I
Gllllam- the first of April.
Donald
be stopped. Persons riding in Commander: A. move by
systems. sen, Lieutenants Jessie W. The final move In April by the
Consideration will be made for such vehicles shall remain seat-
Adams A. and Phantoms will climax 12
Livingston
Waylon Flying
changes and Improvements (In the ed at attention.
Thomas H Rasberry, Lieute- of being home-ported at
retirement programs.The Proper respect for the flag SPECIAL MERIT AWARD to Air years
committee will also con- also requires persons afoot to borne Early Warning SquadronFour nants (junior grade) Alfred H. Jacksonville.The .

sider problems relating to the stop their motion. Military and from the Chief of Naval Agnew and Barrett E. Austin, dependents of the crew

future financing of the retire- civilian personnel alike pause and Operations is admired by Cdr Ensign Hugh W. Baumgardner, members involved in theJanuary27th

ment funds and benefits providedfor face the direction of the flag D.E. Chesler (Il) CO, and Cdr. and enlisted crew members W. move departed Jacksonvillethe

the survivors of federal em- or music. While a military man W.M. Reese, XO, of the squad. C, Dungan, C. S. Morgan, H. day before, aboard Military
W. Hope C. B. Peterson, L. Air Transport (MATS) aircraft. 4'
ployees.It stands at attention and:! rendersa ron. VW-4 earned the award for ,
was noted that the cost of hand salute, a civilian standsat outstanding performance dur H. Heath J. M. Bonafleld, K. Cdr A. J. Carneghi,Commanding: "

federal retirement programs will attention with his head un- ing hazardous hurricane recon- J. Jewell J. P. LeBlanc, S. A. Officer of VP-18, was on hand to

exceed $3 billion In 1966 and covered and right hand over his naisance missions over a two- Speltz, M. J. Schipper, and W. wish them a pleasant and safe

period. A. Ashley. journey.
will continue to increase. heart. year

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Lt. Robert Witt, CHC
SUNDAY
In the Old Testament, the Book of Proverbs is an anthology of
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy poetry written mostly by Solomon, the son of King David. No one
Communion who reads even a few verses can fail to grasp the wisdom contained
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine therein.

Worship The following Is just a sample of verses from this very InterestingbooK
for
School
9:30 a.m. Sunday *
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 "The fear of the Lord Is the beginning of knowledge;
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine wisdom and Instruction fools despise."

ib Worship 11 whom the Lord loves lie reproves, and Ife chastisesthe
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship "
son He favors.
WEDNESDAY "Say not to your neighbor 'go and come again, tomorrowI
"!> ., I will give', when you can give at once."
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal "Like a golden ring In a swine's snout Is a beautiful

woman with a rebellious disposition"
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Re- "The fool immediately shows his anger, but the shrewd
T hearsal over an Insult."
man passes
12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, "Wealth quickly gotten dwindles away, but amassed little
Also all
______ on Holy Days by little, it grows."
Ed-
Catholic Services at St.
"He who spares the rod, hates his son; but he who loves
ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval "
him takes care to chastise him.
Hospital "A single reprimand does more for a man of intelligencethan

SUNDAY MASS a hundred lashes for a fool.
SCOUT WEEK
BOY 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital "Gray"hair Is a crown of glory; It is gained by virtuous

9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. "He living.who finds a wife finds happiness; It Is a favor he
FEB. 7-13 Edward's Chapel
"
receives from the Lord.
DAILY MASS "It Is better to dwell In the corner of a housetop thanIn
Editorial a roomy house with a quarrelsome woman."
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel
"Let your foot be seldom In a neighbor's house, lest he
MONDAY & TUESDAY have more than enough of you and hate you."

.... Scout Oath AppliesTo 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC "Like a man who seizes a passing dog by the ears Is a
man who meddles In a quarrel not his own."
FRIDAY "If a king Is zealous for the rights of the poor, his /
All Americans"On throne stands firm forever."
12:05: p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
Wisdom, anyone?

my honor I will do my best: SATURDAY (Proverbs 22:20))

To do my duty to God and my country. ." 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel *
You may recognize the above words as the beginning of the Scout
Oath of the Boy Scouts of America, but the same beginning could CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY
PoolsTo And From WorkTwo
serve as well for the oath of the American serviceman, or the oath 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Car
of any American. Masses
Compare It with the words of the late General of the Army Douglas Catechism Classes:radeSchool prevalent situations regarding employees' transportation to
MacArthur In his farewell address to the graduating class at West and from work In private automobiles involve ((1)) employees taking -
Point In 1962. General MacArthur, who remains in the minds of SATURDAY turns in driving their autos; and ((2)) where one employee drives
many as perhaps America's greatest military leader,beganhls speech 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities and others ride with him, paying him a given amount each week
with the words: building 722 for this transportation. Some employees haw sought Informa
"Duty, Honor, Country. ." tion on the relationship of such car pools to Income tax deductions
The Boy Scouts of America celebrates Its 55th anniversary Feb. to declaration of monies received for transportation as Income and

. 7-13. Theme of the anniversary program Is "Strengthen America's Traffic possible effect on automobile liability Insurance,
.. w Heritage." With respect to income tax,
It Is not a new program for the Scouts. For 55 years they have ViolationsThe YOUR FEDERAL INCOME TAX,
strengthened the heritage of this nation. The creed of the Boy Scout, 1965 edition, states, "The cost of to automobile owners would not
from Cub to Explorer, encourages reverent, resolute and responsible repairs, gas and similar Items in be deductible.
patriotism. A good Scout can explain to anyone what he believesIs following Is a reportof connection with an automobileused With respect to automobile lia-
his heritage, who created It, who preserved it, who defended It, motor vehicle accidents and In a car pool to and from bility Insurance there would seemto
and-how. traffic violations for the period work Is a personal expense and be no problems where owners
No person can fully estimate the Influence of the Scouts' charac- January 24 through January 30. Is not deductible. Amounts received take turns driving their cars with

ter-building, citizenship training and physical fitness programs. By Number of AccidentsThis from passengers for such respect to ordinary automobile
training boys aged 8 to 17 to keep themselves "physically strong, services are not included in Income liability Insurance. However: ,
mentally awake and morally straight," the Boy Scouts of Americahas Week January 24 through except to the extent such where owners receive money
constantly supplied this country with men who are prepared to January 30 . . .6 amounts exceed the expenses." from passengers, there Is some
be Its leaders. Total Accidents this year through The latter sentence would seem to question as to whether their regular -
Many former Boy Scouts are now U. S. servicemen stationed in January 30. . . 21 Indicate that any automobileowner automobile liability insurance -
VIet-Nam, Laos or other "hot spots," making full use of the vigorous Number of Accidents through who Is receiving money would cover. Car owners
training they received In the Scouts. Former Scouts are well represented January 1964 . 18 from passengers for riding to and who do receive money from passengers -
on America's Mercury astronaut team. Many of these men Total number of days since last from work would necessarily for bringing them to and
still participate actively In the scouting program because they know Injury In motor vehicle acci- have to keep records of his auto- from work, should make clear to
the great value the country will receive from these future leaders. dent . . . 31 mobile expenses and amounts received their Insurance companies that
On Its 55th birthday, the Boy Scouts of America and Its 5.5 mil- from In do automobile in
l Number of passengers order they use their
ViolationsThis
lion members deserve the of the nation and sincere
gratitude a that he might know how to report such a manner, and should assure
wish for an equally productive future. (AFPS) Week . . 56 for income automobile
tax. Since expenses themselves, that their
Speeding . . 11 to and from work Is a liability Insurance does fully
Reckless Driving . 6
personal and such cir
expense not deductible cover under
Going through Stop Sign . 5 amounts paid by cumstances.
JAX AIR: NEWS Other Violations . 34 passengers

before Thirty-eight the Traffic drivers Hearing appeared Boardat A Matter Of Life And Breath :

the held
meeting on February
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper L Disposition of the "
cases Include Whatever ?
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, the following: nineteen lost Became Of Breakfast

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a driving and parking
privileges a- If
... private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR board station for various periods you have teenagers in your house, It's probably no news to you
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, seven were assigned to ; that breakfast nowadays has become the most ignored meal of the
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before six hour course In completea remedial day. Your son would rather take that extra twenty minutes in a fran-
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- driving at Jax Police tic attempt to erase the fatigue of last night's cram session. Your
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. seven were given suspended Academy; daughter would rather use it to comb out the curls produced by last
night's session with the rollers.
Advertisements solicited ::
are by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning
penalties ten received
; warnings for
; AS
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing six were dismissed and you, when you aren't Perhaps you collapse wearily
; seven-
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida teen were referred to commanding engaged In a desperate search for with a cup of coffee after the
ate.- 359-4040 3590271. sneakers, lunch money, signed hubbub Is over.
Telephone or officers for possible discip- early morning
linary action. permission slips, all Involved In Perhaps you feel guilty because
VOL 22 NO. 47 FEBRUARY 4, 1965 Twenty-seven drivers were getting young people off to schoolon you couldn't get the children to
time, you may wonder vaguely "sit down to breakfast" before
assessed a total of 90 Traffic "Whatever became ofbrek-
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53% of Florida's Federal Employees


picked Blue Cross & Blue ShieldMORE


( THAN THE TOTAL OF ALL THE OTHER CARRIERS COMBINED.)



Most of us, under various company plans, are sparedthe "Blue Cross & Blue Shield) are good anywhere you

necessity of having to consider and choose a healthcare could possibly get transferred"

plan That decision is generally made
every year.
"Drugs and antibiotics and lots of other hidden
for 'us by management. But Federal Employees are
charges nearly taken of by Blue
are always care
required to make that decision for themselves .
"
every year! Their overwhelming choice is Blue Cross Cross. *

& Blue Shield. "If a Federal Employee's family earns under $7500a

Over 96,375 of Florida's Federal Employees and year, doctors accept the Blue Shield payment as -

their dependents are protected by Blue Cross & Blue payment in full no added charges." ".

Shield 53%. And that percentage .
every year grows For these, and many other reasons, more than 3,800- '
In the last enrollment it
more overwhelming. period
000 Federal Employees and their families across the
7%. Why do so Federal Employees when
grew many ,
country have chosen Blue Cross & Blue Shield.
they actually stop and think about it, pick Blue Cross

& Blue Shield? Here are some of the answers most February 1 through February 15 is the period for

commonly given to that question : Federal Employees to make their decision this year.

"Under Blue Cross's Federal Employee Plan you If you are a Federal Employee, go to your Insurance

get 365 days in a semi-private room paid in full ,. Officer or-the Personnel Manager at your location for

that's why we changed."" complete details. If you don't come under this pro-

"I've been telling all my friends about to make a gram, call the Blue Cross & Blue Shield office listedin

decision under their Federal Employee Programhow your yellow pages. They will be glad to explain the

much Blue Cross paid when we had the baby many programs available to individuals, families and ?....,.

no set amount. but regular benefits." employee groups.FEBRUAn .

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4,1965
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Check Your Merit PromotionsThe

BIG TOP MOTORS
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedIn
SecurityBenefits accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program:

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENTNAME

: NowDon't FROM TO
CEDAR HILLS
s Brockman, Mildred B. Statistical Clerk, GS-6 Statistical

64 CHEVELLE.$2495 Assistant, GS-7.
) Malibu convertible, R&H., 4 wait until the day you Carter, Ernest O. Aircraft Inspection Specialist, GS-9 Supvy.
need social security benefits to Control Specialist, GS-11.
on the floor, one owner, like Aircraft Quality
new.62MONZA.$1395. begin finding out about them. Harrington, James W. Jr. Aircraft Instrument Worker Electronics -
Many people wait until after retirement ? Mechanic.

60 CHEVROLET.$1095 disability, or a deathIn Herring, Merril M. Leadlngman AlrcraftEngineMechanic--
One owner, 2 dr., auto. Wagon, extra clean. the family to find out what terman Aircraft Engine Mechanic.
trans., R&H, extra sharp. protection social security offers. Howell, Charles J. Aerospace Engineer, GS-9 Same, GS -ft
,- # 41 PONTIAC BONN. $1695 57 CNEVROLET.$695 Some wait until long after "the Newman, Micky T. Aerospace Engineer (Propulsion & Power),
One owner, loaded, extra Wagon, auto, power steer. last minute" to find out what it GS-9 Same, GS-1L
sharp. and brakes R&H. takes to get social security Rowe, Arthur W. Gas Cylinder Serviceman Aircraft Oxygen
checks started quickly.It's .
60 PONTIAC ..... .$1095 find out if all Equipment Repairman.
2 dr., R&H, auto/trans., V-8, 57 CHEVROLET.$595 easy have to been reported your for Taylor, William E. Jr. Helper Upholsterer Aircraft Fabric
clean and nice. V-8, R&H, auto/trans. wages and about what Worker.
social security Wooten, J. D. Asst.ProductlonControlmanAlrframes( Mechanic) -
can expect to get. The social Mechanic .
you Production Controlman (Airframes ) .
FULL YEAR WARRANTY BANK FINANCING security people are ready and
anxious to give you this informa- PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
See Our CourteousSALESMEN f 3119BLANDING tion. They have booklets that tell Blackman, Edward J. Truck Driver Truck Driver (feavy).
l 3L VD. about disability payments, retirement Enzor, Francis H. Jr. Boiler Tender Refrigerator Mechanic.
) Across from payments, and survivor Hawkinson, Neal A. Electrician Planner& Estimator (Public
BUD TERRY Cedar Hills Shopping payments. These booklets also Works Electrical Systems).
Center tell how many work credits you Huggins, Robert S. Apprentice Electrician Electrician.
AND t1 PHONEM. need to get payments, how much Newbert, Ernest T. Leadingman Refrigeration & Air Condi-
tr you can expect to get, and which tioning Mechanic Quarterman Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
YOUNG BILL SIEMER 771-2320 members of your family cancelled Mechanic.
Used Car Mgr. payments with you. Payne, William H. Planner & Estimator (Public Works Electri-
JL c. The people at the social security cal Systems ) Leadlngman Electrician.
office will also tell you Sarjeant, David B. Boiler Tender Power Plant Controlman.
what you need to bring along when Taylor, Nathaniel R. Boiler Tender Power Plant Comrolroan.
you come In to apply for bene- Tubbs, John B. Leadingman Electrician Quarterman Electri-
fits. For Instance, always bring cian.
Potful of bills? along your social security card.If SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
you're applying for retirement Caffrey, Charles M. Warehouseman Stockman.
payments, you should bring along Ellis, Johnnie P. Warehouseman Stockman.
some proof of your age as wellas EveroskI, Wallace F. Warehouseman Stockman.
last year's W-2 form. If Godfrey, Mary Beth Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 Same, GS-4.
self-employed, you will need to Page, Stephen T. Jr. Warehouseman Supply Clerk, GS-4.
bring a copy of last year's tax Panzram, Jacob A. Warehouseman Stockman
rr return and proof that the return Shaffer, Paul E. Warehouseman Stockman.
was filed, such as a cancelled Tucker, William A. Warehouseman Stockman
1 check or money order stub.A Williams, William W. Warehouseman Stockman
widow applying for survi-
vors payments should supply her seeking transfer within their class petty officer, designated
marriage certificate and the fleet are guaranteed homeportor striker, or an E-3 who has pass-
young children's birth certifi unit. The option also offers ed the examination for third
cates. If she's 62 or over, she'll transfer to any Type of ship under class, and be recommended by
t also need proof of her age. construction. the commanding officer for re-
If you are applying for dis- Overseas shore billets are enlistment.
i ability payments, you should be available with one of the follow- Applicants seeking reenlist-
able to tell how your condition ing specified: Europe and North ment under this program must
keeps you from working and be America; Latin America; North execute a conditional agreementto
able to give the names and Africa and Middle East;Far East; extend their enlistment for one
addresses of all doctors who have Hawaii; and Alaska. Assignment, year at the time of application.
treated you for your condition. with the choice of Naval District This extension will be binding
specified, is open to those desiring upon receipt conditional orders
Get HFC DUTY ASSIGNMENT shore duty inContinentalU.S. which satisfy either of the first
an (Continued From Page 1)) Men who reenlist while on two choices listed.Information .
shore duty have three options for concerning instructions -
after reenlistment. The numberof their duty choice. They may elect and the options offeredcan
Bill LoanClear months Is selected the
Payer by appli-
their
choice
cant, provided the total tour does of Fleet, with home- be obtained at your Military
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An Informal Pre Adminis-

k .a trative inspection for the Naval
4 a Air Maintenance Training De-
u Nld tachments locally based at NAS '-
Jacksonville and NAS Cecil Field :
was held on the 18th and 19th .
"J_
of January.An .
:.Qystk 't.r '.I Inspection team composedof : I
Commander R. M. Waters and
four enlisted personnel from 'it'
Naval Air Maintenance Training .- ..,
x East, based at NAS Norfolk Virginia -
arrived here on Monday. LCDR J.R. BOND, Officer-i in Charge of the Naval Air Maintenontr w
Personnel Inspections were training Detachments in the Jax area, salutes Cdr. R.M. Waters
held on Tuesday Morning for Jax prior Detachment.to the informal Pre Administrative inspection held at the

NAMTRADET personnel at NAS
Jacksonville and NAS Cecil Field.

Immediately following the per- JOINT BOARD OF DEFENSE In the P3A with Patrol Squadron -
sonnel Inspections, the training
Five.
Forty
detachments were given an Informal (Continued From Page 1)) The Permanent Joint Board on
administrative inspec-
PLENTY OF TIME FOR SERGEANTS. The 1965 National March of tion which will be conducted by Wednesday, the scene shifted to Defense Canada-United States
Dimes Child, Mickey Heinicke, 4, Denver, Colo., doesn't lack for the Commanding Officer, Naval NS Mayport where the Permanent will depart NAS Jacksonville tomorrow -
masculine admiration from the armed services. The pretty child, Air Maintenance Training Group Defense Board embarked aboard and end a week's reviewof
who suffers from the severe birth defect of an open spine, meets in March. USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. A the Free World's might basedin
four sergeants at outset of her coast-to-coast tour from her home The Naval Air Maintenance day at sea was filled with briefIngs the Jacksonville area.

town. Surrounding her in her Denver home are (from left) M/Sgt. Training Group functions under firepower demonstrations, Learning should come In an
George W. Suennen, U.S. Air Force, San Francisco; S/Sgt. KennethR. the control of the Chief of Naval the launching and recovery of air- offhand, cavalier fashion. An artist -
Hinds, U.S. Artesia, Calif. Kenneth craft, and a static display of should be
Army ; G/Sgt. D. Salyards, Air Technical Training,Rear Admiral especially ableto
U.S. Marines, Owosso, Mich., and T/M-1 1 Charles J. Diehard, U.S. Allen Smith Jr. Roosevelt's air arm. f' go right through college with
Navy, Sanford, Me. Mickey symbolizes the 250,000 infants born Today the Defense Board plans one brain tie behind him.
every year in the U.S. with severe birth defects. You can help the Conversation overheard on the to receive an orientation flight Robert Frost-.
Mickeys and other children with birth defects by contributing to the corner of Fifth Ave. and Fifty-
research and patient-aid programs of the March of Dimes. third St, one portly chap to ano-

ther"So: I brought out all my big MOVING? DON'T SWEATIT

artillery and really let him haveIt
NATTC LeadershipClass both barrels."
"You sold him?" LOOK WHAT
.
"You bet. Now all we're watt-
GraduatesThe
Ing for Is a yes-or-no answer."

New Yorker. BELL!
Naval Air Technical Training Course Included Lea-
Training Center's first leader- dership Training Discipline, -
ship Class of the year 65-A. World Affairs, Communism U.S. I TiIIJCJ eJWi e ntmtCMuwf.et

held its 22 graduation'exerciseJanuary InRosendahlgymnasium.The -. Government and Naval Law. 1). HAS FOR YOU!!!

16 graduates consisted of E-
6's from Mayport, U.S. Hospital, Another fault with being SEE PAGE 16 ANDYOU'LL wy
NATTC and other NAS Jax punctual Is that everybody KNOW WHYI -

tenant commands. thinks you never have any-
Before presenting the diplomas thing to do. RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
Captain C. G. Strum CommandIng i-- rnf ,
Officer of told the
NATTC I
A bachelor is a man who r
graduates that the leadership didn't have "a car when he was
training they had received at the In college. CEDAR HILLS
school would mean an IncreaseIn
responsibilities.Robert .
Omer De Cuir, HM1, k
from Mayport Naval Station, was
class 65-A's 'honorman. He
was given the recognition because ATTENTION ALL HANDS

of his military bearing, and FROM

scholastic Captain achievement.Strum told De Cuir, THE RED BARNNOW PER
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designated 'honorman' The MON.

competition was very keen and LOCATED IN TOTAL FHA-

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r BUILT BETTER TO LAST LONGER Position ClassificationsAnd Dangers FoundIn



The Home


EVERY Rating DeterminationsDo i JACKSONVILLE -. Deadly

chlorine gas isn't limited to
e you feel that your job Is not properly classified or rated? If battlefields or Industry. You can

so, this article Is for you. A rating or classification decision on generate it In the home with vine
COLOR TV each work assignment Is made with due regard for all the appropriate gar and bleach. And If you want

standards and precedent rulings; however, mistakes are sometimes an explosion to go with It,you can
made because of lack of information and human error. Since mistakes mix ammonia and bleach.

,.. can and do occur, the Federal*System'provides procedures by But It's dangerous todoeither.

which any employee may appeal a classification or rating determination Death or serious injury may re-

on his job.

What can you do if you feel the Navy and/or to the Civil sult.Dr.. George A.McCoydirectorof
IIr. Ii that your position is not pro- Service Commission.In the State Board of Health's

,.. .,.. perly classified or rated? The certain Accident Prevention Program,
first thing that you should do is either case, pro- said people have been made ill
for initiating -
try to determine whether or not cedures must be followed In Florida and elsewhere by care-
the official description for your the appeal Dependingupon less mixing of common household
work assignment accurately describes the circumstances of the cleansers and bleaches. In one

the duties and responsi- particular case, these pro instance, 11 persons were
bilities of your assignment. This cedures differ sufficiently that knocked out in a Gulf Coast -
grocery
I matter should be discussed with help should be secured from your when an employee mixed

your supervisor and every effort Wage and Classification DivisionIn bleach and toilet bowl cleanser,
made to Insure that the Wage and determining the applicable Ammonoa poured Into bleach
j Classification Division, IRD has procedure. Also, certain infor-
may explode, Dr.McCoy said,but
I current Information about your mation must be prepared in sup- bleach Into ammonia probably

assignment. Assistance will be port of any appeal For example, won't. The reasons are becauseof
provided to you and your super- the Incumbent or appellant must complicated chemical reac-
visor in the preparation of a current be Identified, the organizationallocation tions.

description of your work In of the job or position Never mix a bleach with any
AS LOW ASsiS39995 the event such action Is found to described, the existing level of other cleaning compound or mixa
be necessary. If, after takingthe the position must be specified In bleach with toilet bowl cleaners.
above steps, you believe that addition to stating the level for
ammonia, lye, rust remover,
L your position Is currently described which the appeal Is submitted,
vinegar or oven cleaners,he said,
but Incorrectly classified and pertinent reasons must be
adding:
or rated, you have the right of given as to why the existing level "Chlorine gas will result if
appeal within the Department ofCompton's is not correct.
bleach Is added to an acid or
The success or failure of a acid-producing material This

given appeal may depend upon the can kill you quickly. And a very
care with which such InformationIs irritating gas is formed when
for GREATER DEPENDABILITY PicturedENCYCLOPEDIA developed and presented. bleach is mixed with alkaline
Yi Therefore, you are again reminded materials such as ammonia."
that the Wage and Classification He said "Labels on all such
(suitable for the
entire family)
Division Is available to advise cans or bottles of bleaches have

HIGHEST QUALITY and assist you In the exercise clear directions but often people
t MODERATELY of your right of appeal don't bother to read them. The
NEW 1965 EDITION PRICED Remember, their primary objective trouble is that many housewives
i is correct classification have become so accustomed to the

CALL J.C. PITTS and wage administration; and materials they tend to become
correction of error (especiallywhen careless. Winter is worse time
388-8455 It Is theirs) is in their than summer for such accidents

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should be noted that using
I
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LAFRA 126Mrs. urged and their to attend.ladies are invited and Acey Ducey Club Bluejackets Inn MoviesMovies


Meat beverages, rolls, and Thursday, February 4 I Thursday, February
Christine Pope National dessert will be furnished. Each 8:30- will be shown
President of the Ladles Auxiliary Las Vegas Review with Buck G ar- Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 7 regularly
Unit member attending is askedto at p.m. Monday through Sat-
of the Fleet Reserve Asso- ber 8:30-12:30 a.m. 11:30 p.m.
bring a covered dish consisting urday.
ciation, and other National Officers -
of vegetables or salad. February 5 Fridoy/February 5
Friday,
will be honored at a Covered Malnslde will have two feature
Dish Supper and social at 7673 The woman who constantly Mark Castle Combo 8:30- John Williams & Western Band times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat-

Blinding Blvd. on the evening of interrupts a man's conversa- 12:30 a.m.Saturday. 9-1 a.m. urdays and Sundays. The hospi-

February 9th at 6:30 p.m. tion is already married or February 6 Saturday, February 6 tal will have one feature on Sun-
Hostesses for the event will be never will be. day's at 7 p.m. KIddee Matinee
,
Unit 126 of the Ladies Auxiliary March Wilson 8:30-12:30: a.m. Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 9- Malnslde Theatre, Saturdays, 2'
of the Fleet Reserve Association. What will today's children 1a.m. p.m.
Members of Branch 126 be able to tell their children Sunday, February 7 7
Sunday, February
they did without? Country Drifters 8:30-11:30: p.m. NATTC Theatre closed until
I Phil Cay & Chantels 8:30- further notice.
Monday, February 8 11:30 p.m.Monday. These are subject to change.

Harry B. Mishoe and Company Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m. February 8

9 Thursday, February 4
February
Tuesday,
Pizza 2 for 1 Night
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Malnslde Twice Told
Tales
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Tuesday, February 9 Vincent Price, SebastianCabot
INCOME
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Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Hospital Seven Faces of Dr.
Office 3811 Blanding Blvd. Tel. 771.8080 February 10 Lao Tony Randall Barbara

Branch Office 7323 Lenox Avenue. Tel. 781-3100 Movies sports 8 p.m. Wednesday, ,February 10 Eden

Game Night 8 p.m. Friday, February 5

CPO Club Malnslde Hard
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Thursday, February 4 0" Club The Beatles]
SPECIALSCHUCK
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Pizza Night Thursday, February Sellers, George C. Scott

I Friday, February 5 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Saturday, February 6

HOLE SPECIALI? J" Tommy C & Country Drifters Dinner 6-9 p.m. Malnslde Roustabout Elvis
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Friday February 5
,
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0 Saturday, February 6
FRONT-END ALIGNMENT
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'"" Here'tWhatWeDo- .A to Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Vincent Price, SebastlanCabot

1.Ceapktelreligt Sunday, February 7 Music by Sam Ross 8-12 a.m. Kfddee Matinee Tarzan Goesto
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February 7 Hospital Hard Day's Night -
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o Front Wtoeb Rtnwed, Greioe Sea ls Malnslde The Young Lovers
Brake Adjusted ('herkedo Peter Fonda Sharon
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Take your car where the experts are
Barbara
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/for all winter service work! official opening of the Slot February 9
e
Racing Track will be held this
Tuesday, February 9
Sunday, February 7, at 2 p.m. Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
Anyone Interested In Mainside Two for the Seesaw-

.. This week..WINTER TUNE-UP SPECIALYOUR pating In the club Is Invited partici-to Wednesday, February 10 Robert MItchum, Shirley Mac-

attend the event In Bldg. 897- Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m. Lame
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CAR'S PERFORMANCE CHANGES WITH THE top deck. Cdr. L.. A. Menard, Hospital Condemned of Altoona
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Bombing Derby Slated NAS HobbyShop



For HAS Sanford Squadron Offers Off-Duty



SANFORD Fla. -- The Eleventh Annual ReconnaissanceBombingDerby Recreation AidThe

will be held April 5-10 by Reconnaissance Attack Wing Oneat

Sanford Naval Air Station, it was announced today.

The Derby is considered one Hobby Shop, Bldg. 897 &
of the most comprehensive air thousands of Florida residentsas 898, Is operated by the Recrea-
readiness exercises in the U. S. the air station holds open tion Division for the mutual benefit

Atlantic Fleet.Its house. An estimated 10,000 wit- and enjoyment of members

professional events, sche- nessed the air show last year. of the NAS Jax Composited Recreation -

duled each day of the meet, attract The purpose of the six-day Fund. A competent staff
many of the defense offi- event, as outlined by Sanford's of personnel for supervisory and

cials most concerned with Capt. James O. Mayo Is "to pro- Lf 4t Instructional purposes is on handto

evaluating the Navy's air strike vide training for squadron per- assist anyone who needs help.
potentiaLThis sonnel through participation In The shop will be open foroperation

year special emphasiswill various competitive exercises, NEW OFFICERS of Navy Wives 86 installed in ceremonies last In any department at

be placed on aerial photo- thereby enhancing the over- Saturday night include: (Left to right) Mrs. Charles Yeager, Cor- 12 noon until 10 p.m. It Is pri-

graphic and electronic recon- all readiness of ReconnaissanceAttack responding Secretary, Mrs. Larry Burgess, Treasurer, Mrs. Kendell marily for the use of military
naissance competition In contrast Wing One." Kerns, Vice-president, Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, President, Mrs. Richard personnel attached to the Jacksonville -

with past derbies when bombingwas Mayo, wing commander, Is Kredell, Chapjain, and Mrs. Thomas Bennett, Parliamentarian.A complex. Dependents
the top event. responsible for keeping seven and other military personnel( c-

The increased emphasis on reconnaissance squadrons of heavy attack bomber Matter Of Life Did You CancelAn tive or retired) are permitted to
has resulted In and reconnaissance jet aircraft use the hobby shop facilities so

changing the name of the exer- ready for moment's notice & BreathContinued long as their use does not

cise from "Bombing Derby" to deployment to aircraft carriers ( AppointmentHave materially interfere with the primary
From 2))
"Reconnaissance-Bombing Derby serving in critical areas around Page users (active) of the

." the world. they left. Maybe you managedto you ever made a dental facility.All .
Social events, Including a golf The Importance of such a force get a glass of milk and a appointment and then not keep It? children under 12 years of

tournament and reception, will was made evident!} only last sum- sugar bun into one of them. If And you forget to cancel the appointment age must be accompanied by

bring the military and civilian mer when a squadron was sent so, give yourself a blue star for ? Have you ever thought parent or responsible adult at

communities together on Friday, to the still troubled_ Far East. the day. about the time that is wasted when all times. All personnel must

April 9. With this deployment Sanford The fact is, a large majorityof your appointment is not kept? be properly checked out by the

A carrier airmanship demon- became the joint AtlanticPacific young people in the crucial Hobby Shop Supervisor Personnel
stration the following day will Fleet headquarters for the health years of body growth, A Medical Department notice In the operation of any power
that dental shall
attract the same guest list plus RA-5C, latest In North American greater strains and pressures, states treatment equipment before using it Personnel -
Aviation's Vigilante series. less sleep and more studyeithereat be available to all military per- under 17 years of age are

Most of the week's events will a scanty breakfast, or ignoreit sonnel on active duty, and that not permitted to use stationary
VAP-62 Exec. stress the versatility of the altogether these days. Yet they will receive first priority.The power equipment or other power

Navy's carrier-based reconnais- at no time In their lives are number of squadrons aboard hand tools considered dangerous.

sance and bomber aircraft with they In greater need of a sub- NAS Jacksonville and other acti- Safety precautions and instruc-

Compiles 5,000 V I g I 1 ant e, A-3B Sky- stantial, balanced breakfast witha vities furnished dental treatment, tions are posted above or near
with the short of
together per-
base. It age
warrior bombers and other good protein can each power machine
planes competing. mean the difference between a sonnel the Dental Department The Navy Exchange Hobby Shop

Flight HoursCommander Among the events will be a good day,better grades, happier has created a situation wherein maintains a supply of various
defensive: electronic counter- outlook on life, and the abilityto timely dental treatment will only hobby supplies for sale to

measures exercise which will "last out" the day or be realized through the elimination authorized patrons. Hobby items

consist of seeking out and pin- the opposite. of wasted effort'due to appointment not carried in stock may be
failures and cancella-
W. E. Nowers, pointing "enemy" radar stationsby Your Christmas Seal associa- special ordered through the Navy
Executive Officer, Heavy Photo- electronic means. tion suggests that a little pre- tions. Exchange. It is opened from 12:30

graphic Squadron Sixty-Two Also scheduled are a night paration the night before may All military personnel who are p.m. until 6 p.m. and 6:30
(VAP-62)), completed 5,000hours photographlcreconnaissance help -- like setting the break- scheduled for release) from active p.m. until 9:30 p.m. daily It

of Navy flight time during the mission with the RA- fast table, and laying out those duty must apply for dental is closed on Thanksgiving,

week of January 25 on a photo- 5C Vigilantes using wing flasher things that don't require refri- treatment, if required or desired, Christmas and New Year's Day.

graphic mission for the Army units, a tactical mission involving geration dry cereal, jams or 120 days prior to separation.All There are various activities
Mapping Service over the both photographic and elec- marmalades, waffle syrup, etc. located at the Hobby Shop. Theyare
Dominican Republic.He tronic Information The time factor? Settle alarma' hands should be Informedthat : Photography, dark room;
was designated a Naval gathering little earlier and the radioto once made, a dental appointment Ceramics; CarpentryBoat;
equipment, and a reconnaissance
Aviator at Pensacola, Florida in their favorite music I becomes an appointed building; Leather Work; Radio
January 1947 and has piloted over exercise consisting of gathering place of duty. Cancellation of and T.V. Repair; Model buildIng -
Information about beaches and
15 different of air tot appointments can be made withno and
types Navy ; Welding steam cleaning;
roads In where Imaginary \
an area an -
craft. Commander Nowers Is 'Ii' :::, penalty up to 24 hours prior to and Auto repair and painting.
also a graduate of the Naval War landing" party plans to"hlt ," the time of the appointment. This Hand tools are available for

College at Newport, Rhode Is- the The beach.total aerial reconnais- '":,:. i i ',,' \i'i't:;! permits the department to reschedule check-out from the tool room
another for that
man
land.Last sance with all Its com- ." '1 !if.:. ,!,,: t:-It\fl,;\; during operating hours. Tools
system time. A who fails keepan
man to
September, Cdr Nowers ;; 1iirj'; ; and equipment are not to be removed
in unison, Is <; ;
ponents operating : ;
assumed his present duty as Exe- capable of giving a tactical thea- t :: ;: :; appointment, except for an from the vicinity of the
cutive Officer of the only heavy inl R: \'4a.\\'th.;; ; \ "H'! emergency reason, willbe placedon Hobby Shop area except by special
ter commander a complete updated \,
,. for violation of the
photographic s qua d r 0 n minutes I' ,I.' "i1. \ report permission of) the Hobby Shop
Intelligence report
now in the United UCMJ, Article 86.
operating fJ Supervisor.
after the plane returns from a if(
States. VAP-62 operates the mission. 1t. .
of 4f
photo-reconnaissance version t
the A-3B The week of strenuous opera- 1( "
"Skywarrlor. tions and Its preceding days of 0" WivesThe LuncheonMiss
Commander Nowers Is
preparation wl11 not be unreward-
married to the former Miss Mil-
More
ed ones for participants.
dred Vadjun of Lowber, Pennslyvania. /r,
than 15 trophies are being offered e February luncheon of the Linda Rittner, presented a
The Nowers have three
as incentives to win the various rt Jacksonville Officers' Wives varied program music and cho-
daughters and three sons. .'
events. .I: Club was held at the Officers' rale selections, mostly in the
1
f; Club on Wednesday, February 3. modern manner. Mr. BoatrightIs
...
'f;' Hostesses for the afternoonwerethe the music director at the N.B.

t9nhvrIr1t JJJ4 t Mum' tinT t'm NAS Wives under the chairmanship Forrest High School.

'. .... .. of Mrs. John Mc- Mrs. Don Gately and Mrs. D.
I 123: '1 3 ,
"> Eachren. Committeemen were E. Chesler were welcomed.Mrs. .
I Jt 9 Id) 'II I 12: l.t: Mrs. Louis Menard, cochairman H. L. Jones, youth acti-

1t 1 II 15 1 16 17 I IU W20: ; Mrs. James Hiegel 1,tickets; vities chairman, announced that
Thomas the club sponsored swimming
Mrs. Washington reser-
e, 21! 22 JJ 21 2.7 26 27FMtRVJttl
s ,: vations, Mrs. Robert Vickroy, )lessons will resume on Wednes-
28 I. decorations, and Mrs. Leslie day, February 17, and also that

Teller, ways and means.In two dances are scheduled for offi-

.: keeping with the luncheon cer teen dependents during the
:
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i rAFf'S: "" \ -;' theme, "Valentines and Music," month of February.Mrs. .

the tables were tastefully decora- J. E. Rylee, club pre-
CALEMMR Itrtght, ted with articles associated with sident announced that Mrs. Arthur -

new ringing anil dancing ntmeili. Valentines Day. Cason will be'the chairmanfor
LT. L.C. ZIllA, Officer.in-Charge, Navy Finance Office, Jacksonville to 'from fitf, Karen Jensen, of tlntadttnytlagf An ensemble of students, under this years' Magnolia Ball
Awards
Florida presenting Superior Accomplishment (Doris and trlrtlriim, gracft the the direction of Mr. Clem which will be held on the even-
left to right) Kitty Surasky, Piggy Lockwood, Doris Nelson, February raGnJar. Boatright and accompanied by ing of May LJIlL
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I I} Security ; HAS JAX's- Assurance



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By J.C. Davis, JOSN

I'I In the military there are many divisions, departments, Bureaus and names for different things. But
one name Is recognized In the military and out. One division which couldn't be done without "Security."

Security has many..!meanings. As Webster put It, "Security means freedom from exposure to danger,
protection and safety.
The Naval Air Station Jacksonville has one of the best Security
forces In the Sixth Naval -District. It Is under the control of the

I Security Officer, LCdr. A. D. Kerling. Security Is here to protectthe ..,.,.'.;tb'
base from accidents or death which a speeding automobile can ....1l"< ,
bring or from fire which carelessness can bring. ''' '
LCdr. Kerling's job varies .. ..

over a wide range. He plans assigned to them. The men are i-- ',',
and directs the physical security all ex-service men, both offi- "; :
of NAS. He evaluates 4: 4 ;
program cers and enlisted men. Two-
security needs and develops security thirds of the force Is made up of .
and Instructionsand __ ,. .
measures retired Navy and Marine ve- /.1
Identifies and recommends terans. The other one-third Is .......
the designation of security areas
Army men. LICENSES ISSUED-H.A. Horton, Supervisor of Driving Exams
within the command.The The man In charge of the forceIs ": ofl;:,r, ...,1 issues a government drivers licenses to one of the men that has
Police Branch has 21 men Police Chief D. L. Loudermlll, passed the drivers test.
who has been on the force for D.l. loudermill
'. atation; issues and renews gover- tions. B. E. Downing is the
'
'>:(' I: o' 10 years. Besides 21 policemen passes and decals on an aver-
; : :\'b '.. he also has 16 guards on age of 350 per day. They also ment motor vehicle operator's Fire Chief and has control of sta-
) fil"-' ': ,,. his force for O&R, known as handle all Identification and bad- identification cards for qualified tions located on base.
station personnel and maintains There are three fire stations
> \ the Plant Security. There estimated
; are an
rtc.-, d.> '., "" ) .. ::1( "' Chief Loudermill's job Is developing ges.26,100 cars registered on the records relating to driver's exa- located on base. They are at

., ""- .. 1 > .," and directing the pro- base. minations and licensing. NATTC the Hospital and hereat
'," t 1-1. tective program, including pro- The Marines from the Marine Every Thursday a hearing is NAS. Also connected to the
tection against hazards In daily Barracks are In charge of the held by U.S. Commissioner P. Fire Department is the Crash

operations, plant security,maintenance -' gates where an estimated 24, and Fire Branch.
.; of the peace and prevention -' 711 cars enter and leave in a i They provide structural and
; of and protection against 24-hour period. aircraft fire protection for the
1.,1 illegal acts. He also develops The Security Department hasa station and tenant activities;
l.' advance plans to cope with vio- Traffic Hearing Control Board fight aircraft and structural
lations of regulations or law. which has a hearing every Mon- fires; performs rescue opera-
l"lL : .t, The Chief of Police has many day morning for traffic violators. tions; provides fire protection for
; jobs which would almost be Impossible They also have a license divi- hazardous operations in fueling, .
to list. sion which conducts testing pro- defueling and emergency aircraft i
The Administrative Branch of situations on or near the field.
LCdr. A. P. K.fling grams for government motor vehicle w
the police department issue operators attached to the They operate and perform daily
preventive maintenance and inspection ,
of fire

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HERE'S HOW: mMNi'$$$$ mmvniri 1

i 4 ft& P. Donald DeHoff
LL : > ; 4 ; *. 4>ZUU.v>: ayv>;r::; Donald DeHoff. This hearing Is

6n ivtQrm (EVEN $100 IN 20 I lyiw is $ II SI mainly tary personnel for civilians are subject, but mili-this m

LARGHlPERFQRMANCE I aI hearing if their violation war- r
rants it. The Commissioner can
CARS
give a sentence up to six monthsin
J ) THE LARGEST INVENTORY OF jail, fine of $500 or both or

NEW AND USED CARS ( N CLAY COUNTYCHRYSLERPIYMdUTH refer the case to the U.S. Dis- f
trict Courts. '
Security also has a Investigation
e Branch which handles all
1
Investigations of thefts and other
such cases. They conduct investigation -
of crimes committedon FIRE INSPECTION-M.S. Clance,
INC the station which are not with- Fire Department, inspects fire
bottles at O&R.
i fi in the jurisdiction of the Naval
Intelligence Field Office. They ment and provide training in fire
PHONE JAX 264-6555 GREEN COVE SPRINGS
perform general surveillance of fighting and rescue techniques.
the station and maintains liaison They also conduct fire prevention
AUTHORIZED' i. I with local and state police on mat- programs through Instruction,
DEALER CHRYSLER drills and Inspections.
... .
-" The Fire
., Department has 36
.... M.' > civilian firefighters serving with

/ .- \ then. There are 65 Navymen inCRASH



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s MONDAY FEB. 8TH' M ; ,) i.ti\ /;. ';, "

; "YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE ON A HONDA"HONDA. "r S ;., I.h
;:!:Y"
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LTjg( ) M.L. Pates wA.MiId1KMl

World's Largest Motorcycle Manufacturer AND FIRE-H. H. Byrd,
of
ters mutual interest.
BT2, and H. D. Broden, AA,
Lieutenant (j.g.) M. L. Pates, set the
MOTORS & CYCLES CO. who is Assistant Security Offi- runways.the arresting. gear on NAS

cer, also is totheDiaster
assigned -
COMPLETE SALES & SERVICE
Control for all of
program Crash and FlreDtvlsion. The
4949 BLANDING BLVD. the North Florida area. department has 116 fireboxes located -
Another department assigned throughout the base and a
to Security is the Fire Sta- numerous amount of fire bottles


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should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Cross. Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
The Marines Security, com- Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
posed of barracks, detachments, too late for this deadline will be published the following
man the bases main gates, but weed unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
may be also assigned to criti- check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
cal and vulnerable points within received WITH the copy for the ad.
the activity such as major
DO NOT SEND CASH
communications centers, certain RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
experimental test and Industrial Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
operations, and areas housing
major explosive hazards or highly -- -
combustible materials of a
military nature or other significant -
security risks. GENERAL ELECTRIC AUTOmatic FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
The Plant Security's job is to washer Very clean. NAS $50. down $50 month.
r safeguard inside and outside $50.00 Call Cliff 389-3672. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264-
areas, with particular attention to Terms. 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
areas containing valuable stock,
classified( matter, or dangerous
POLICE Lt. A. P. Grubb issues one of the many Visitor's Pass that conditions, Inspection Is con- UNFURN. GAR. APT. -4 Lg rms. UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
the front desk day. Walk In closets, air cond., oil
lood every ducted of every place In the plantor Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR
area at Irregular Intervals, wall heater, elect kit., child ac- Kit. Equip. 3 mU NAS $115 mo.
located In barracks, hangers and and Instructors, psychiatrists, including a check of protective cepted. 771-0739. Owner 771.8697.DNTWN .
the C&R area for fire preven- _Medical Officer and the Red devices, burglar alarms, fire

tion.Another M .. k alarms, security of doors, checkof
division attached to the alleys and equipment, fire HOUSE one acre of land. Only JAX FURN APT -
Security Department Is the Brig. doors, check of safes and observations $65 a mo. Call 771-2792 or 557 Oak. 3 rms,plus bath,$12.50
The brig Is used for safekeeping of dangerous condi- '771-1861 TIMMERMAN REAL- or $50. mo. pi utll Adults only.
and rehabilitation of prisoners tions. TY BRK. EV 89886.
from all services In the Jack
So, as everyone can see, NAS
sonville area. This Includes
Jacksonville Is well-guarded
southeastern Georgia, and the against accidents and fires 3 BEDRM HOME FOR SALE FOR SALE Inc. Prop, duplex
Naval Air Station, Sanford, Fla. through a well-organized Security Built-in Kit., fenced yard, cov- 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 mi. NAS $115
They receive, screen Indoctrinate Department. ered patio, screened porch located mo. Owner 7718697.
counsel and evaluate Individual In Westwood(just off 103rd)
prisoners. The brig pro- $100.00 dw., take up payments.Call .
vides productive work programs One educator gives the definition 171-0834 or ext. 728. ORANGE PARK Split ]level),. 3
and evening hour programs as an of a Navajo Indian familyas bdrm, 2 1/2 bath Central A/C
z aid to rehabilitation. They follows: "A father, mother, Den, Patio. Owner 2646186.
f coordinate the prisoner correc- I.D. CHECK-LCpI.C.T. Thacker, two children, and a Harvard anth 19" TABLE TV Good picture. I
tion efforts of the Chaplain, Legal Marine Barracks, checks I. D. ropologist." Sacrifice $35.00. 389-3672 ask
I Officer, training specialists cards at the Main Gate. Joseph Crescimbeni for Chuck FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5
ml west of Yulee, 2 mi. -So.
I I I A-l-A at Boggy Creek, four
URGENTLY NEEDED mature existing bldgs. launching ramp,
woman for baby sitting. 771- approx. 1 1/2 acres on water.
\
NOW OPENI 3995. As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor
suitable tenent. EL 4-0192
day or night.
FOR SALE 3 Bdr, 2 bths, den,
carport, A/C, just assume pay-
.. .
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ments $83 con-
per mo. REAL ESTATE: Information on
dition. Near bases. Call 771- sales, purchases, equities, or
2378 or 7712360.VW FHA VA homes, call WalterT.

Bowen, USN Rtd. Charter
Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or
\'1 FOR SALE 1959 VW Deluxe 387-2851 at night.
sedan. Clean, low milage,
good condition $875. Call 771-

921L INSURANCE LOW RATES
For safe drivers, SR 22's filed
meets base requirements,
VOLKSWAGEN '59 panaled monthly terms, for fast courteous
truck, good condition, new paint service through Independent
must sell being transf. $395. Agent.
Call 384-5927 after 6 P.M.
ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191
1507 Margaret Street at5Points.

Jacksonville's Newest Authorized Agency FURN APT Herschell 3859

4 rms, bath porch, yd, clue, USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to
near NAS, $70. 3871950. choose from. $25.00 and up.

WESTSIDE I VOLKSWAGENCOMPLETE Phone 387-212L

OLD BOTTLES Have large collection -
BABY SITTING In my home.
] of wiskles medi-
early ,
Handy to N.A.S. Day, weekly
cines, soda, etc., Buy, trade, or rates. Call 384-3513-
SALES sell or jest talk. Ext. 694 or
388-6602.
BUYING A CAR? Buy your next
OVERSEAS DELIVERY auto from a retired serviceman
& save. Call Myers, 8161
FOR RENT Lakeshore Beaut
new 3bdrduplexbungalow. Hard-
COMPLETE SERVICE wood floors, fireplace, cent heat, 1962 VW Sedan. Good buy. Low
kitchen & laund equip Ig fenced mileage. Call 592-8564.

BODY SHOP PARTS ACCESSORIES yd. $135.00 mo. 3884375.
SINGER SLANT NEEDLE SEW-
FACILITIES ING MACHINE Pay baL $60.00or
NEWEST & MOST MODERN FOR SALE ORANGE PARK 3 reliable party assume $8.00

BR., 1 1/2 ba., HOME, build- per mo. pmts. Sewing machine
115O LANE AVE.SOUTHLANE in oven and range, nearly new does zig-zag designs, decorates,
and freshly redecorated In& out makes buttonholes, sews on buttons -
at NORMANDY PHONE 384-3441 Available for as little as $100.00 & etc. Call 353-1946 (dayor
dw., CALL Art Powell with night) Will deliver, no obli-
Powell Realty, Bkr. 264-6144. gation. A-l Sewing Machine Co.



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(EDITORS NOTE: The following Is regarded In so many circles terpart Is our "GI Joe?"
speech was given by Captain F. and by so many people as,a second "For It's Tommy this, an' Second
L. DeLorenzo,Commanding Officer class citizen. Tommy that, an' chuck him out, The '.
l .of ,NAS Corpus ChristI!, and It constantly amazes me to see the trutel
reprinted inDirection, a new pub- so many people who think that But It's savior of 'Is country : ..-
"
C lication Issued by the Chief of putting a uniform on a man when the guns being to shoot; f:rJI'I'iIf"""'''ii ,
Information.) changes him for the worse.It An' It's Tommy this, an' \ .(=;) .J t .41I1t1"' ,,,,,

I ask you to consider that even worries me when I hear peo- Tommy that, an' anything you :, ."', ,\ I ,. ."
though I am In Raymondsvllle, ple say they wouldn't let their please; \, "' \' t\\ '" I"',
Texas, I am not talking only to daughter go out with a sailor An' Tommy ain't a bloomin'fool \\' '\ \ 'I i(' :.:J..i .=-J : _
the citizens of Raymondsvllle... or a soldier, or when I see signsIn you bet that Tommy sees." '" /. .tf.. .., --I- _
citizens of establishments which I don't understand hold : f. _,
I am talking to "Any- public why we .. _
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better "officers And there man in such low -
town, U.S.A. or even say only. our military ,
I. ., l
I :
than that, to"Every town,U.S.A." was a time when an East Coast regard, but we do and we are all ,\ ''' ', / \"
I am worried about the fact city displayed signs which read guilty of contributing to this mis I ."' "
that we are all so concerned with "dogs and sailors, keep off the taken Image. :1' ...3J' --
materialistic things, that we are grass." You might ask yourself how HI 1)) r r--I ti L
growing soft and a good Remember Rudyard Kipling'spoem you could possibly be responsible -
deal of this worry attaches itselfto about Tommy Atkins, the or that you are not In a position -
the fact that our military man British fighting man whose coun- to do anything about it. And

I would go back to my thought
that the American citizen, all of
us, are much too materialistic.When .
people are clamoring to
close down military commis-
saries, just what Is their real
motive? Is It to make life justa

little tougher for the military ,
man and his family? Or Is It a *

lobby of grocery Interesters who i.NYC.
just want to get a bigger part
of the serviceman's buck? WhyIs Some convicts at the Chilicothe Federal Prison enjoy the privacyof

the General Accounting Office four-man rooms others are berthed in spacious, light and
clamoring to make the military airy dorms such as this one.
man pay taxes on his dislocation
allowance an allowance which Isn't the one being discriminated a profession after their three
Need ? was provided to prevent him from against. years of obligated active dutyis
money being out of pocket money each Instead of treating our military over.
time he transferred? men like second class citi- Each year more than 10,000
Why does the military man pay zens we should be doing every- officers and 100,000 enlisted men
I Borrow Federal Income taxes when sta- think we can to encourage him to leave the service. You are pay-
tioned In certain European and make a career of the military. Ing to train those people. Thisis
Middle East countries when the Today's soldier has more demands a good part of why our annual
civilian U.S. citizen working for and responsibilities plac- Defense budget Is in the neigh-

dime and the big oil company right along ed on him, by virtue of the tech- borhood of 55 billion dollars.
a side of him pays none? Why nological electronic advancesIn And yet with all the advancesand
did It take two pay raises for our weapons systems, than sophistication of our modern
Federal Civil Service employees ever before. And yet, In spiteof weapons systems, man is still I
before enough Interest was the ultimate weapon. The foot J
this Intensive training, Insteadof
call e.l.T. generated ,to get one for the men making a military life more soldier and the manned aircraft t.
who are defending our country? attractive to him, we are driv- will never become obsolete.
Why does the RealEstateman ing him out of the service and As Commanding Officer of the
.. object to providing on-base Into the waiting arms of Indus Naval Air Station In Corpus
-' housing to the military man and Christ!, whose military popula-
his dependents? Could it be his try.In these times of high living tion Is more than 4,000 people,
own pocket book be Is concerned and high costs It takes more I review cases every week wherein -
about? the sailor or marine demandsor
than military
$100,000 to produce a -
i I : I don't have the answers to aviator. And yet in the Insists on getting out of the
these questions, but these days Navy alone there Is ,a tremen- service, even If he has to accepta
if when Integration and discrimination dous shortage of Naval aviators Bad Conduct Discharge to do
4 are such popular words I simply because they are not it. We are extremely carefulto
f .. wonder whether the military man Interested In making the Navy counsel the man on the penal-
Yes make application by phone at C.I.T.
you may ties to a B.C.D. after he leaves
;, Or even by mail. But, frankly, we enjoy meeting people so the service but often he does not

much we hope you drop by our office in person. That ORANGE PARK care. I ask them If they feel
the oath they took to defend our
way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money
freedoms when they enlisted Is
need for travel. Or discuss whatever ,
you problem a t they answer "no." I ask themIf
C.I.T, loan can solve for you. Remember, you'll find a C.I.T. FLORISTWE they would mend their ways

office just about anywhere you happen to be. There and go back to work If they were

are over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a WIRE FLOWERS returned to duty. they answer
Free Delivery C "no." I ask them If would
; welcome waiting for you at every one. Why not call now? they
1708 HIV/AY\/ 17 fight to defend their country.

f, ORANGE PARK, FLA. z While a few concede that they
LOANS TO $3000 would the majority answer
PHONE 264-2419 4, "no.
CASH YOU GET
This type of Individual blamesthe

Monthly 38 30 24Pay"ents Army, or the Navy, or the
mos mos mos. Air Force, for all of his troubles.He .

$50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 can't stand regimentation, he
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plenty of regimentation In the
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tedll life, IcclJlwl Jld health insurance available on all loans II low group rates c River. Phone 389-1161 Body that If In a civilian job he doesn't
I\ Shop 4 Irvington St. 24 hr. come to work on time every
AAA road sen'ice. 5&:11'and: that he will be fired.
UNIVERSAL I C.I.T. CREDIT I COMPANY Plaid Stamps. morning
This in Itself Is a form of regi-

Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service Dial.o-Car mentation.
3312 BEACH .
t BLVD.JACKSONVILLE Did the service make
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BRUARY4.1965
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 13Sailors


when you pick up a headline and that nothing Is being done about Inclosing, I would like to leave
Class Citizen read "Ex-Marine arrested for It to correct the situation. you with the thought of 'a'' lonely
disturbing the peace." Now, the Vice Admiral Semmes, the sentry who penned the following
connotation is that even though Chief of Naval Personnel made verse during the Napoleonicwars
Is a civilian now, he "went bad" this statement Just recently: :
while he was In the Marines.So "We must nurture Incur fight- God and soldier all men adoreIn
. you see that Instead of con- Ing man a feeling or pride and time of strife and no more,
ceding the point that a military esprit, a feeling of determination For when war Is over, and all
hitch"Improves" more men than and firmness of purpose and things are righted,
J it spoils, and it does,these prac- most important, a knowledge that God Is neglected and
tices Implant In thesub-conclous they are respected by the Nation the soldier slighted.
mind the fact that military per- In whose defense they so faith-
sonnel contribute greatly to the fully serve."
problems and ills of any given
I'I community thereby tending to
cast In iron the image of the
"second class citizen." We specialize in financingfor
Still another factor lies in the
facilities and personal comfort
items we provide to the military -
men at a good many of our Service Men at
bases.
Recently In a presentation
given to high government offi- POWELLPlymouthiand
tp cials for the purpose of getting
rid of the Wprld War II wooden -
barracks and officers'
quar-
..:,':+ : ': ters and to replace them with
brick and mortar air conditioned
buildings with a little built-in
privacy several sets of photo-
who have volunteered to serve their country are berthedin graphs of existing Navy barrackswere
dimly lighted, ill-kept, congested barracks built temporarily dur- shown depicting sub-stan-
ing World War II such as this one at a Southern Naval Air Station. dard plumbing, torn screens,
broken furniture and dormitory- F
And I am happy to say that we percent of the total, and the vast style sleeping accommodations.Next Fury PRICES START 5219000
do make men out of a great manyof majority of military men are they were shown photos ofa AT .,. ...
them. but I am also sad to completely loyal, honest and barracks existing in another the biggest plushest ,
say that there are too many thatwe dedicated.Let federal Installation, with neat Plymouth ever. t
can do nothing with or for. me discuss another factor four-man rooms, modern furniture -
What can we do to solve this which contributes to this poor drapes, air conditioning,
problem? Probably not much Image of the military man and and all the little niceties that
after the behavior pattern has which contributes to his feeling of would enable an off-duty man
been molded and established,but, being a second class citizen.This to get some privacy and enjoy
we could have done somethingwhen one results from a bad connota- his leisure. The group was much
the man was still a boy. tion given military men in news- impressed with the vast difference -
r Studies reveal that In almost papers and other media. in the two conditions Belvedere
r every case of the Incorrigible A soldier or sailor is involvedIn shown in the pictures and asked 2 DR. HT. PRICES $246900
l, military man, there were two an automobile accident. where the first set was taken. The START AT to..
tremendously Important factors Does the headline say "Two per- answer: at a Naval Air StationIn A going new out way on to a swing limb without
very little education and a broken sons Injured In Auto Accident?" the South. Then they asked
home. This adds up to poor No. More likely it will read where the second set of pictureswas
environmental factors that so- "Soldier involved in wreck Injuring taken. The answer: at the
ciety could have Improved.But two persons." It doesn't Federal Prison In Chillicothe
fortunately as I said add that the driver of the car Ohiol I
Ire
earlier, this type of Individual was a civilian. As a resultwe there Is no implication
constitutes just a fraction of one are implanting into the sub- of the military man's being a
aae a conscious mind of the communitythat second class citizen. there's
most accidents are caused proof!
ON STAGE by soldiers, or sailors or air- I do not stand here and make IIt t
GUILD PLAYERS the general allegation or casti- SIGNET PRICES START HT. AT $2422 00
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(EDITORS NOTE: The following is regarded in so many circles terpart Is our "GI Joe?"
speech was given by Captain F. and by so many people asa, second "For It's Tommy this, an' Second
I L. DeLorenzo,Commanding Offi- class citizen. Tommy that, an' chuck him out, The :
cer .of.,NAS Corpus ChristI!, and It constantly amazes me to see the trutel I
reprinted in Direct ion,a new pub so many people who think that But it's savior of 'Is country ,..
r lication issued by the Chief of putting a uniform on a man when the guns being to shoot; I, ,"1' I''r"J. II .
Information.) him for the worse.It An' it's this an' I : ,,
changes Tommy "\" \ ,'" \.:.".{ "\'"1 1v4a
I ask you to consider that even worries me when I hear peo- Tommy that, an' anything you 'f".:. '.t'1:, ; 'f,1 I It ,

though I am in Raymondsville, ple say they wouldn't let their please; '.." .' \ 1' I ",../" -'II 'II y _
Texas, I am not talking only to daughter go out with a sailor An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' :$' ,: i\ \ .r.... '-J": "
the citizens of Raymondsville. .. or a soldier, or when I see signsin fool you bet that Tommy sees." ; ," ",. -.". -

I lam talking: to citizens of"Any- public establishments which I don't understand why we hold "ti' ) ".. _,"' ..... -rtI"'" __
U.S.A." better "officers And there -'"' "
town, or even say only our military man In such low (
than that, to"Every town,U.S.A." was a time when an East Coast regard, but we do and we are all ii .... ,J ,, "' .
I am' worried about the fact city displayed signs which read guilty of contributing to this mis- '" ,, '
that we are all so concerned with "dogs and sailors, keep off the taken image. --J'
materialistic things, that we are grass." You might ask yourself how V n '-W"I'I I-
growing soft and a good Remember Rudyard Kipling'spoem you could possibly be responsible -
deal of this worry attaches itselfto about Tommy Atkins, the or that you are not in a position -'
the fact that cur military man British fighting man whose coun- to do anything about It. AndI

... would go back to my thought
,
that the American citizen, all of gym
.
us, are much too materialistic.When
people are clamoring to
close down military commis-
M
saries, just what is their real 4.
motive? Is it to make life Justa
little tougher for the militaryman
and his family? Or is It a '
if t t-
lobby of grocery Interesters who
Just want to get a bigger part
of> the serviceman's buck? WhyIs Some convicts at the Chilicothe Federal Prison enjoy the privacy

the General Accounting Office of' 'four-man rooms others are berthed in spacious, light and
clamoring to make the militaryman airy dorms such as this one.
pay taxes on his dislocation
allowance an allowance which Isn't the one being discriminated a profession after their three
I Need ? was provided to prevent him from against. years of obligated active dutyis
money being out of pocket money each Instead of treating our military over.
time he transferred? men like second class citi- Each year more than 10,000
Why does the military man pay zens we should be doing every- officers and 100,000 enlisted men
Borrow Federal Income taxes when stationed think we can to encourage him to leave the service. You are pay-
in certain European and make a career of the military. Ing to train those people. ThisIs
Middle East countries when the Today's soldier has more demands a good part of why our annual
civilian U.S. citizen working for and responsibilities plac- Defense budget Is In the neigh-

dime andcaIlC.I.T. the big oil company right along ed on him, by virtue of the tech- borhood of 55 billion dollars.
a side of him pays none? Why nological and electronic advances And yet with all the advancesand
did it take two pay raises for In our weapons systems, than sophistication of our modern
Federal Civil Service employees ever before. And yet, in spiteof weapons systems, man is still
before enough interest was this intensive training, insteadof the ultimate weapon. The foot
generated to get one for the men making a military life more soldier and the manned aircraft
who are defending our country? attractive to him, we are driv- will never become obsolete. ,
Why does the RealEstateman ing him out of the service and As Commanding Officer of the
object to providing on-base Into the waiting arms of indus- Naval Air Station in Corpus
housing to the military man and Christ!, whose military popula- I
his dependents? Could it be his try.In these times of high liv- tion Is more than 4,000 people,
own pocket book he is concerned ing and high costs It takes more I review cases every week wherein -
about? than the sailor or marine demandsor
military
$100,000 to produce a -
I don't have the answers to aviator. And yet In the Insists on getting out of the
these questions, but these days Navy alone there Is .a tremen- service, even if he has to accepta
when integration and discrimination dous shortage of Naval aviators Bad Conduct Discharge to do
are such popular words I simply because they are not it. We are extremely carefulto
wonder whether the man counsel the man on the penal-
military Interested In the
making Navy
Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T. ties to a B.C.D. after he leaves

Or.even by mail. But, frankly, we enjoy meeting people so the service, but often he does not

much we hope you drop by our office in person. That ORANGE PARK care. I ask them If they feel
the oath they took to defend our
talk loan bills the
way we can over your to pay or money
freedoms enlisted Is
need for travel. Or discuss whatever when they
you problem a "
r they answer "no. I ask themIf
C.I.1.loon can solve for you. Remember, you'll find a C.I.T. FLORISTWE they would mend their ways

office just about anywhere you happen to be. Thereare and go back to work If they were

over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a WIRE FLOWERS Gb returned to duty. they answer
Free Delivery "no." I ask them if they would
welcome for
waiting you at every one. Why not call now?
1708 HIWAY 17 fight to defend their country.
y While a few concede that they
ORANGE PARK, FLA. i
LOANS TO $3000 would the majority answer
PHONE 2642419SEGRAVES : "no."
CASH YOU GET it
This type of Individual blames

Monthly 38 30 24 the Army, or the Navy, or the
Payments! mos mos mos. Air Force, for all of his troubles.He .

$50. $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 can't stand regimentation, he
70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 SERVICE CENTER says, without realizing that thereIs
plenty of> regimentation in the
100 2644.71 2167.09 AUTO-MARINE SERVICE civilian society and the industrial
PNIIIIPS
'
'
120 2600.50 4669 Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega 4'1i1'O community. He doesn't realize
i Credit hie cJelll trd health Insurance available on all loans.1 low group rates Rim, Phone 389-1161 Body 6 that if In a civilian job he doesn't
Shop 4501 Irving ton St. 24 hr. come to work on time every
,AA road service S&.II'and morning that he will be fired.
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY Plaid Stamps.
This in Itself is a form of regi-

3312 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service Dial. -Car mentation.Did .
Body Repairs Pier 17 Marina U-Maul the military service make
these young men turn bad? No,
II 7, FLA. Boat gas at Regular Station Prices It didn't. They were mixed up

PHONE 398.1581 Now Showing complete 1965 Lines when they joined up. How many
"- Evlnrude parents do you know who
Boats & Motors t- have admitted that
Thunderbird they'couldn't
High Trades \ EVII RUDE I Starcraft do anything with their childrenand
\. Low Down Payment IKS KjW Formula Jr. and that the best thing for
Easy Terms tiiliSi Viking them to do was to get them to
F1 Neptune TrailersOur join the Army. or the Navy?
I 36 year reputation is dour best guarantee of quality senlce. i Then maybe it will make a man
i --- ----------- I out of them I II!

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 13


when you pick up a headline and that nothing Is being done about In closing, I would like to leave
l ss Citizen read "Ex-Marine arrested for It to correct the situation. you with the thought of 'a'' lonely
disturbing the peace." Now, the Vice Admiral Semmes, the sentry who penned the following
d connotation Is that even though he Chief of Naval Personnel made verse during the Napoleonic.
Is a civilian now, he "went bad" this statement just recently: wars:
while he was In the Marines. "We must nurture incur fight- God and soldier all men adoreIn
So you see that instead of con- Ing man a feeling or pride and time of strife and no more,
Il4i ceding the point that a military esprit, a feeling of determination For when war Is over, and all
.., hli "Improves" more men thanit and firmness of purpose and things are righted,
w spoils, and It does,these prac- most Important, a knowledge that God is neglected and
tices Implant in sub-concious they are respected by the NationIn the soldier slighted.
It mind the fact that military personnel whose defense they so faith-
contribute greatly to the fully serve."
problems and Ills of any given
community thereby tending to
cast In iron the image of the r i
"second class citizen." We specialize in financingfor
Still another factor lies In the
facilities and personal comfort
items we provide to the military -
men at a good many of our Service Men at
bases.
Recently In a presentation
i given to high government offi- POWELLPlymoutbland
cials for the purpose of gettingrid
of the Wprld War II wooden -
barracks and officers' quar-
ters and to replace them with
brick and mortar, air conditioned
buildings with a little built-in
privacy several sets of photo-
Sailors who have volunteered to serve their country are berthedin graphs of existing Navy barrackswere
dimly lighted, ill-kept, congested barracks built temporarily dur- shown depicting substandard -
ing World War II such as this one at a Southern Naval .Air Station. plumbing, torn screens,
Broken furniture and dormitory- F
[ And I am happy to say that we percent of the total, and the vast style sleeping accommodations.Next Futy PRICES START 5279000
do make men out of a great many majority of military men are they were shown photos ofa AT ...... ..
of them. but I am also sad to completely loyal, honest and barracks existing in another 'The bluest, plushest ,
say that there are too many thatwe dedicated.Let federal installation, with neat Plymouth ever. t
can do nothing with or for. me discuss another factor four-man rooms, modern furni-
What can we do to solve this which contributes to this poor ture, drapes, air conditioning,
problem? Probably not much image of the military man and and all the little niceties that
after the behavior has which contributes his of
pattern to feeling would enable an off-duty man
been molded and established,but, being a second class citizen.This to get some privacy and enjoy
we could have done somethingwhen one results from a bad connota- his leisure. The group was much
the man was still a boy. tion given military men in news- impressed with the vast dif-
Studies reveal that in almost papers and other media.A ference in the two conditions Belvedere
every case of the Incorrigible soldier or sailor is involvedin shown In the pictures and asked 2 DR. HT. PRICES $246900
military man, .there were two an automobile accident. where the first set was taken. The START AT ....
A to swing without
new
tremendously important factors- Does the headline say "Two per- answer: at a Naval Air StationIn going out way on a limb
very little education and a broken sons injured In Auto Accident?" the South. Then they asked
home. This adds up to poor No. More likely it will read where the second set of pictureswas _,
environmental factors that society "Soldier involved in wreck injuring taken. The answer: at the
could have Improved.But two persons." It doesn'tadd Federal Prison in Chlllicothe,
fortunately, as I said that the driver of the car Ohio Ire)
earlier, this type of individual was a civilian. As a resultwe there is no Implicationof
constitutes just a fraction of one are Implanting into the subconscious the military man's being a
esem. mind of the communitythat second class citizen. there's
most accidents are caused proof I II
ON STAGE by soldiers, or sailors or air- do not stand here and make IIt t
GUILD PLAYERS the general allegation or castigation SIGNET PRICES START HT. AT $2422 00
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what is even a more flagrant that all is bad and that The compact that hasn't
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I.; Traffic Jam At SebringWith Intramural '1X.AIB.i: ..BIR" !.


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starting space or holding to a 'a .Jlia
more than two months to i'i;: v>}J NEWS
minimum the requests from other BasketballLeading !,1 S!
of the famed Se- : .:'{ {
go organizers manufacturers. .!s.}r?i':
bring 12 Hour Endurance Race
Contrary to some other of the
running Saturday, March 27 face
road races the Sebring 12 Hour
the gigantic problem of keep- the American LeagueIn
Endurance Race starting at 10
the whole wide world of Intramural Basketball are the"cagers"
ing automobile "Tfie GofCorner"/
manufacturers happy. a.m. and finishing at 10 p.m., from Security with Waves
Saturday, March 27th is open'to
Such is the international renown manufacturers and builders of their undefeated 9-0 record

of the Sebring! enduro that followed by VP-30 at 8-2
cars approved by the F. L A. BowlingIn
more than thirty of these manu and VAP-62 and Communications
Only those entries approved by
facturers and builders of the fast- the manufacturers themselves both sporting 6-3 records. Pairings for the Station Mili-
road in the world Heading the National Leagueis last week's kegler action
est racing cars for tary Golf Championship are post-
acceptable
have asked for starting positionsfor are road entry.race in the Hospital at 8-0 followed by the Hospital Waves joined with ed at the golf course. All participants -
Sebringonly
FICEUR at 8-1 and at the Waves from MainsIde to complete -
that than Supply
the to
race covers more are strongly urged
United States not only
thousand miles and counting 7-L the 1965 WEC bow ling ros- within the
one requiresthe for manufacturers points but also complete matches
skillfull hands and minds of The results of last weeks action specified time limits.
for the Mondial ter.High
points Challenge and
those who make up the select awarded each in are: game high handicap A few first round matches were:
Trophy year VAP-62 A/C Maint 54-36 game, for the second consecutiveweek
fraternity of speed kings. completed this past weekend. Al
Paris, France, ((1964-Ferrari)
Todd VAP --- 24pts. was taken by J.A. Moy-
With the teams requesting slots the auto-road Barre won out over Chuck Sturm
will again bring to nahan, PNl, and Ens. C. M. Stephens
48-35
FAW-11
for approximately three to eight racing enthusiast only the best of Comm two and one in a championshipflight
cars to a team, race officials are and than Wallace, Comm ---- 18 pts. respectively. Moynahan match. Cdr Mayberry wasa
high speed cars more two rolled 193 maintain the
faced with the dilemma of cutting hundred of the worlds' best VP-30, VP-16 59-36 at to high two and one winner over D.
of the and Miss
out a Ford GT deny ing,a Ferrari drivers.i Brown, VP-30-----30 pts. game season, Blair In first flight play. Cap-
Dlsp, Weapons 47-27 Stephens captured high handicapwith tain Cason edged Cdr Chuck Rod-
Prince Dlsp------ 14 a 270.Team .
pts. gers In a tight second flight
Sauer, Weapons14pts.. standings for the season match.

VP-18, Marines 58-46 are: The "Blitz" was won by the

Guess, Marines16pts.. Strike Out 5-3 team of Earl Pearson, Ray Bar-

Hosp, AF679th 62-35 Tats 5-2-1 nett, Gus Dullakls and Cal Floyd.
Kloman - 24 Pin Heads 4-3-1
Hosp pts. This stalwart group finished five
USED CARS.THESE Security VP-45 62-34 Alley Cats 4-4 under for the day despite the

Brady, Sec --- 26 pts. Le Lagnappe 4-4 rain and high winds

I i Admin, VP-7 2-0 Bavarians 1-7 Mr. George Hudoch of Allentown -

Forfeit Pal holed out a six iron
,
I AF679th, Marines 46-33 third shot for an eagle three on
/ Davis, AF ------ -19 pts. Jax Navy To the par five seventeenth. His

CARSDUVAL Weapons, CFJ 37-36 playing partners were Vic John-

Sauer, Weapons ---- 12 pts. Form Varsity son and son along with C. B,
Hughes, Weapons --- 12 pts. Starczewskl

McGrath, CFJ ----- 12 pts.

FICEUR, CFJ 64-38 Kegler TeamJax

MOTORSSAN Warner, FICEUR21pts.. Little Theatre

Supply, MARTD 58-11
Venter, Supply -23 pts. Navy Is now In the pro-
JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT! TryoutsThe
VP-18 NARK 2-0 cess of formulating a varsity

Forfeit bowling team and a meeting Is
Denotes high scorer for the scheduled for Friday February Little Theatre Group of

56 CHEV. . .5475 62 VALIANT. . ..$1195 game. 5 Office, at Bldg.1:30 p.m.3. in the Athletic Jacksonville tryouts for "No has Time announced for Ser-that

4 Dr. Sed., V8, AT, RAH. 2 Dr., HT AT R&H. All active personnel who are geants" w 1U be held Swxlay: after

t I' = ; members of the composite fund noon, February 7, at their headquarters -

59 PONT. WAG. $995 63F/L500 . .. : $1595 : and who have an ABC established In the San Marco

9 Pass., AT, PS, PB, R&H, Ford 2 Dr., 6 cyl., AT, MorOR o average of 175 or better are eli- Shopping Center. All Interested
and civilian
military personneland
V8, Factory air cond. R&H, Vinyl Trim, Lt.Blue, gible to try out.
Those Interested Invited their families are invited to
to
with blue Int. are
: ) attend this meeting.INTRAMURAL the auditions to compete for one of

I to 60 PONTIAC. . $1495 the 25 male and one female role.
I 63 T-BIRD . .$2895 t BOWLING "No Time for Sergeants" will
Bonneville HT, Full
pow Full Power, Air/Cond.. be presented by the little theatre
I I er, Fac / Air, 23,000 Intramural bowling action will
Solid Block with White interior group April 210.
miles White with blue in begin Monday, February 15, witha

terior. record number of entries of
I
63 teams. The previous recordwas
A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA
63 FALCON. ....$1095 'C"rbUR In 1961 when there were 53
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61 FALCON. . .$795 r teams entered. i
2 Dr., AT, Heater. }
2 Dr., Standard shift,
When a 7-year-old boy asked

R&H. his father for a set of drums, he
64 GAL. 500 ... $2895 SAFEDRIVERS
was told: "I'm sorry, Son, but
; 4 Dr., HT, V8, AT, Air/
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choose from. 6PEEAOME115 "Oh, It won't bother you, !

. REPAIRED,51R 8UT'NMIi.IgOAf = Daddy" the lad argued, "I'll
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JAX AIR NEWS 15

Rouge, Louis ana, reside with
their three children at 5190Pennant -
"Hie Second 'Time
D Drive, Jacksonville.
The Vapor Trails"are spon-

You Are A Fool"By chute sored Club theJaxNavySportPara-

By Dave liurgin
Angus Thompson, J03 If you really wish to Impress
On the college football scene, there is no commandment like "covetnot people, a Ph D degree Isn't worth
neighbor's coach." When each The term "the first time you jump you are scared to death the half much
thy season ends, the game of as as being greetedby
musical chairs for collegiate gridiron masterminds begins. second time you are a fool" Is used by most members of the Vapor name and getting a little salute
Trails, Including its newest member Donald M. Barcelona, A01,
Not that there's anything wrong with this. The annual listing of from the cop on the corner.
In describing his first experience with the sport of sky diving.
and
hirings
coaching changes firings, has become as much a part Trained Men
Barcelona, a student attheNaval -
the as the forward These
of game pass. goings-on add post-season
and the fans Air Technical Training Center's Barcelona will get his class 0"
spice, give something to contemplate for coming campaigns -
CAN YOUTAKE I
Class "B" Aviation Ord- license In February a require-

This year's coaching shuffle ranks as one of the liveliest. The nanceman School has been a ment for becoming a regular YOUR CAR
most notable switch was the hiring of Bill Ellas as the new directorof member of the Vapor Trails exhibition jumper. WITH YOU?
the Naval Academy's football fortunes. since October 1964. He became Some of the requirements for For Financing And Insurance

Elias had put In four years at the University of Virginia, wherehis Interested In the sport In April the license are: make at least Stateside And Overseas. Call.
1964 while he
and
his brother 25 free falls land within 50
teams compiled an amazing 16-23-1 record. It was amazing because ; yards DYER M. BURR
when Elias took the helm,Virglniawas a football laughing stock, a Parachute Rigger First Class- of target center on five jumps with representingGOVERNMENT .
were stationed at Naval Auxiliary delays of at least 20 seconds demonstrate -
riding a 29-game losing streak. The Cavaliers were as used to beingthe ; EMPLOYEES
Atlantic Coast Conference doormat as they were to be lookingat Air Station New Iberia, ability to hold head- FINANCE CORPORATIONAND
Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home sitting high on a hill over- Louisiana. ing during free falls; and to make
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jumps, one from 15,000 feet witha and left.
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delay of 75 seconds before open- Barcelona and his wife,the for
If that's possible In Virginia's history, tossed In a few sur- his
Ing 'chute. mer Carolyn S. Jones of Baton
prises and the Cavaliers scrambled out a victory over William and With the Vapor Trails Bar-
Mary. Elias was named ACC coach of the year In that 1961 season. celona
serves on the ground crew,
The year before that, Ellas left Purdue as an assistant to become lighting flares and keeping specta-
coach U. then the Southern Conference
head at George Washington of
the
tors out drop area, and
doormat. In his one year at GW, Elias had a 5-3-1 record and was In exhibition
jumps only when one
named the SC Coach of the Year. of the other members is absent. SALERoosevelt
Navy Athletic Director Capt. William S. Busik said the Academy
received some 50 applications for the job. Capt. Buskk didn't sayit _-, /'J rY \
but one of the reasons for the hiring of Ellas could have been the Mall Only
coaching feat turned in this past season by the dapper 41-year-old
mentor. Elias designed a surprise defense that stopped visiting THESE PRICES GOOD
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Capt. Busik called It over the West Pointers.So FROM PM til 12 PM

Ellas signed to coach at Navy. His predecessor, Wayne Hardin, MIDNIGHT FRI., FED. 5
meanwhile, Is rumored headed for the Virginia job. Indiana and
Oregon State are also without head coaches, to name a few. Yale's
John Pont reportedly in In line for the Hoosier job, which would meana
good Ivy League opening. Hardin could end up anywhere. Reg. 691 Reg. 1.99

Elias, meanwhile, has his work cut out for him. He Is takingover BARBIEDOLL
a Navy team that had a slim year, Including a loss to Army.He PEANUT
won't have Roger Staubauch to build around next fall either.
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But then Elias seems to like tough assignments. In college, he
played quarterback at Maryland for the demanding Bear Bryant, now CLUSTERSFresh
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f Death Comes In UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT



I Strange Ways :.,


Jacksonville Death some- 'if','
t times comes In strange ways,the ':; l
State Board of Health finds. ,':f' .
Oliver H. Boorde director of ;' VV..,.J dThr'I I
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the board's Division of Public ,'),.t".to...;,.',. ',:'r ., A
Health Statistics, making a sur- .if'
vey of unusual deaths from pre- )
liminary figures for 1964, said "
some were suicides and that while .
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others were classified as accidents ,.ti::, '
many could have been averted ?# ':.

t with proper care. lf :Jt ?,'.,.
Boorde found that one of the "';.JlJ,'!.;".. '"""" ',,-'",,
most bizaare deaths was that ofa A .
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Dade
29-year-old County man : "I'
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deaths two from rattlers and one r .''' t -
water moccasin.

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were two
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