Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00844
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00844

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Published by the<< Holt Publishing Company, a private<< firm. Opinions expressed by the<< publisher and writers herein are! their own end not to be considered an of r f II i icial I I expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements<< in this publication docs not constitute! an endorsement of any military"department of the products or services advertised<


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ih t NHAFSJCWith Drive To Begin :

H Big Kickoff Rally- Here :

The kickoff rally for the 1965 cers, Department Heads and unit Association, National Associa-
National Health AgenciesFederal chairman are urged to attend this tion for Retarded Children National -
Services Joint Crusade will meeting.The Society Crippled Children -
be held Monday, February 15 at NHA and FSJC combined and Adults, National Society
10:00 In the NAS theatre. All drive Is one of three annual fundraising for the Prevention of Blindness -
keyman will attend this meeting. drives authorized to and the National Cystic FIbrosis -
Guest speaker for this Initial solicit contributions from gov- Research Foundation.
gathering will be Rear Admiral ernment employees on the job. The FederalServIceJointCru-
Robert Goldthwalte, CommanderFleet This year the National Marchof sade Is composed of four
Air Jacksonville, CaptainJ. Dimes has been added. to the agencies CARE, Korean Foundation -
R. Mackroth, NAS CO, and list of health agencies participa- Radio Free Europe, and
Captain Robert L. Watson, NAS ting In the local area campaign. Project Hope.Campaign .
a I Supply Officer, who Is serving as Other agencies which will benefit keymen began their

,........,.u the Navy co-chairman In Duval from this drive are: American contacts last Monday and will ? -
In addition to the Cancer 'American Heart collect Individual contributor
County. guest Society,
PHILIP MYERS, retiring after 42 years' service with the Department
speakers, all Commanding: Offl- Association, Muscular DIstrophy velopes through March 2.
of' the Navy, hears a letter tohim'from the Secretary of' the Navy
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read John R. Mackroth. -- ----------
being by Captain r ;4dr :

Asst. Comptroller Retires c< 1"iiA Johnson Names

Heart Red

With 42 Years GQv. ServiceMr. I:

Cross Months)1
Philip D. Myers, Assistant Comptroller and Financial Man- )
ager of NAS Jacksonville has retired from Civil Service after com- AFPSPresident
Washington ( :
pleting a career which lasted over 42 years. A testimonial dinnerwas Johnson has Issued proclama- I
held recently at the Officer's Club In recognition of this ser- A dons designating February as '
vice to the Department of the Navy. Captain John R. Mackroth read American Heart Month, Marchas
the following letter from the "Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Red Cross Month and March

Paul NItze. 14-20 as National Poison Prevention .. r
"My dear Mr. Myers: Week.
"I have been the
Commanding informed, Hawkins Named The President noted that the
American National Red Cross Is
Naval Air Station Jackson-
tes ,
recognized by Congress as the
ville, Florida, and the Chief, OutstandingJanuary
authorized to provide vol-
of that
Bureau Naval
.. untary relief to U.S. servicemen -

you 1964, after retired completing on December more than 22, Man MAJOR H. E. Lewis, who served as temporary Commanding Officer and their families and to \

forty-two of civilian ser- of'the NASJax Marine Aviation Detachmentpasses the. com serve as the medium of communi-
years cation between the of the
vice In the Department of the mand flag to Lt. Col. John W. Sullivan, new CO of the detachment. people
The Serviceman of the Month United States and the Armed
for NAS JAX for the month of Forces.
"In reviewing your record I
Lt.Col. SullivanOf Takes Reins
has been selected from
note that you entered the Federal January Also, the American Red Cross,
Service In May 1922, your first the Naval Air Maintenance In cooperation with Its sister societies -
position being that of Compto- Training Detachment. He Is and the International
meter Operator attheNavyYard, Arthur W. Hawkins Is Jr., ADRL Marine Avi iation DetachmentLt. Committee of the Red Cross,has
Sub- Hawkins an Instructor at aid the
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 'furnished voluntary to
sequent positions were as Clerk NAMTRADET. He has servedIn Jacksonville, Florida..Marin: Cot John W. Sullivan, reported sick and wounded of armies In
and Senior Clerk at the Navy this capacity since August 1963 as the new Commanding Officer, Marine Aviation Detachment, Ntval time of war and has protected {;
Yard and at the Naval Aircraft and has made an exceptional contribution Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville on prisoners of war. ;
Factory. In August 1940 you to Fleet and Support February 5. In his American hart Month
accepted an appointment to the readiness through the maintenance Colonel Sullivan attended the Minnesota. Colonel and Mrs.Sullivan proclamation President Johnson
position of Principal Fiscal Accounting training which he has con Armed Forces Staff College, reside at 4961 DIanwood points out that heart disease con-
Clerk and transferredfrom ducted. He has trained over 2, Norfolk, Virginia where he and Drive "E", Jacksonville, with tinues to be responsible for more
Philadelphia to the Naval 000 students during this period.In 269 fellow students In the 36th their children Betty,Colleen,Patrick than half of all the deaths In
Air Station Jacksonville,with the addition to his assigned class, received diplomas at graduation and Daniel. Their oldest the United States.It .
responsibility planning and organizing duties, during the month of January exercises January 15. daughter, Sandra attends the was noted that the recent
the Accounting Department Hawkins has conducted night Included In the class were college of St.Catherines,St.Paul sweep of scientific progress has
at then'newly-opened In- classes for personnel preparingto members of all the U.S. Military Minnesota, and their son Tim Is brought significant new cardiovascular -
stallation. You served In that take advancement In.rate Services, six government a midshipman at the U.S. Naval knowledge In the past
capacity until July 1952, at which examinations.He departments and agencies and Academy.Lt. few years and promise to produceeven
time you were appointed to super- has always passed the five allied nations. Graduation CpL Sullivan was a fighter greater gains In the fore-
vise the Office of the Comp- examination for E-7 but has not speaker was Victor M. Long- pilot In WW II and Korea, flying seeable future.
troller and under his direction( to been advanced due to quota limi- street, Assistant Secretary of the F4-U's, carrier-based, he sub- The President said It Is both 'i
tations. He has been recommen- for Financial Management.The flew jets and and that
assume the responsibility of formulating Navy sequently transportsIn urgent Indispensable t
comprehensive finan- ded for selection under the War- college Commandant, Air various commands and is the people become aware of the vast \
cial management plans for the rant Officer Program. Force Major General J. Stanley holder of two Distinguished Fly- problem of heart disease and of I
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville."I Hawkins I Is married to his Holtoner, presented diplomas to Ing Cross's and six Air Medals. what Is being done and can be
note that since August 1959 childhood sweetheartMary Ellen the graduates. Prior. to reporting to Armed done about It. .
you have served as Deputy Comptroller Morgan of Duncan, S.C. Theyhave Colonel Sullivan Is a veteran Forces Staff College, Colonel Each year thousands of children -
of the Station. In addi- three children Sammy 14, of 23 years service, graduatingfrom Sullivan was the CommandingOfficer are victims of accidental
tion to performing the many .LeArme, '10 and Johnny, 3, and flight school In 1943. HB of H&MS-14, MAG-14, poisonings, the President's National !
duties of this position, you have they reside at 3662 ColebrookDr. Is married to the former La MCAS, Cherry Point, North Poison Prevention Week :
(Continued on Page 5)) ., here in Jacksonville. Donna Volgt, of St. Paul, Carolina. proclamation points oot..r \

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"" -. NOnUN"1"O'Pl-ACG,.. '" r I '.fi 'r ;lnj' S' ". ,tItf5.S': Chaplain/ Message

pO. ,
SUNDAY By Walter B. Feaglns

i 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy The more we travel about our country, themore we notice a dramatic
Communion change In architecture. AU the way from modern suburbia to the super

9:30 a.m. Service of Divine structure of the skyscraper In the city. We cannot miss our signs Of
e ; Worship growth and progress. Underneath this Interest to present a vivid

9:30 a.m. Sunday School for expression of utility and beauty Is always the blueprint, or plan to

rd ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 guide the builder. Our lives, too,must have a plan. Have you seriously
of this In life?
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine thought plan your
Worship In most cases, you will always notice that successful people have

_--i -- 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship clearly established the goals they desired with Intelligent planning. Blueprint -
O plans goals real facts of successful living are also in Gods
. c O D WEDNESDAY plan for your like. Four elements of a successful like may be found as

.. 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal blueprints for a wholesome life In the following verse; "Wherefore seeIng -
i, 1 T we are also compassed about with so great a cloud of witness, let t

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Re- us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and
hearsal let us run with patience the race that Is set before us." (Hebrews 12:1):>)

12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, This verse can help you In your task and goaL Set your goal and
T L Also on all Holy Days remember you are "compassed about with witnesses." What has been

vo -y. X: : r : 5 Catholic Services at St. Ed- done can be done again. Read completely Chapter 12 of this book of He
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ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval brews. It tells us of a mighty roll call of those who succeeded under very

Hospital severe conditions. So don't give In,take faith and a new outlook and start

MAK TNT M 0 0 Y oI r Av 5 SUNDAY MASS your life properly directed. Then "lay aside ever weight."
...__. You know the things that stand Inyourway. Be critical of yourself. Do
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital you see short-temper, hostility, jealousy?What about failures or past
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. defeats. Remember, lay it aside,start over;this Is the gospel of the second -
Edward's Chapel chance and it i Is yours. Remember the Prodigal son? You find his

Overseas AssignmentsOffer DAILY MASS life recorded In St. Luke,Chapter 15. He went his way, tried everything,
and failed. But he started again he came to himself. Like the Prodigal

11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel God can let one get flat on his back so that he will look up. Again,
BenefitsOne "run with patience." This does not mean to sit back and hope. It means
.. Many get started right where you are. Above an, God Is willing to help you
4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC to allow His strength and goodness to* remove any fear you may have,
Cast personal enterprise with God and of life will be
your your pattern
Important but often overlooked benefit which service personnel FRIDAY
opened to successful adventure.
have Is the broad travel possibilities afforded by a tour of up
12:05 p.m. U.S.NavalHospital
military duty.
Some servicemen regard overseas duty as a boring waste of time. SATURDAY Navy F Families to
They're the ones who sit In the barracks during off-duty hours, com- 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel Urged Help p
plaining because they have nothing to do and nowhere to go.
Others realize that being stationed In Europe, the Far East, Ice CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY

land, along the DEW Line, at the South Pole or anywhere overseas 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Handicapped Jax NeighborsDid
should be a challenging and rewarding experience. Masses

They take the opportunity to see and do things that most people Catechism Classes:GradeSchool you find a large paper sack LCdr DIGIusto has encouraged
normally couldn't do In a lifetime; the opportunity to know and r lying on your front door steps last all military families In this area

meet other people of the world, to learn about their country, cus SATURDAY Saturday morning? If so, thatsackis to lend full support to this most
toms and beliefs and In turn to tell about the United States and i Its one of approximately 100.00C
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities worthy community project. He
people building 722,. delivered by the Box Scouts in stated that due to frequent trans-
Even a serviceman who recalls his classes In school
geography the Duval County area for the fers families often have
with a frown can become an adventurous sightseer who takes every Goodwill Industries.
clothing suitable for one climate
opportunity available to explore the many natural and cultural richesof Traffic Goodwill has distributed these which may not be suitable for this

; the country where he Is stationed.And sacks with the hope of having them climate. This Is wonderfulma-
the serviceman who doesn't stationed overseas during
get returned filled
next Saturday with terial for Goodwill as are souvenirs -
his military career has an excellent opportunity to see different ViolationsThe unuseable household
clothing, of lands and
foreign toys.
areas of his own country and learn much more from this personal other
goods or any Items whichcan If have material which
than from whole of
contact a library books.
Is be repaired and resold by would be suitable for handicapped
following a report of
Travel Is an essential component of military life and the service-
motor vehicle accidents and traffic handicapped persons In this area. persons to repair, just fill your
man who makes the most of his travels and assignments, no matter The
violations for the period January goal for this year Is 30,000 Goodwill bag and leave It Infrontof
where In the world they may take him, not only becomes a better filled
31 through February 6. bags. Last year 22,000 house next Saturday
serviceman but also becomes a better Informed person. (AFPS) filled bags were returned. your

Quote of the Number of AccidentsThis According to LCdr DIGIusto of morning.

"No one of us was born with a Week January 31 through NARTU, Navy Liaison Officer tor Many Navy families will be
week" February 6,5 this drive, approximately 120. joining with their Jacksonvillearea
of patriotism of selflessness of
Total Accidents this year through sailors will be at the Goodwill neighbors to Insure that the
lion to principle, of moral plant to assist the 30,000 returned bags goal is
February 6 . . 26 Boy Scouts in
These i'invaluable/ traits arc acquired; ) Number of Accidents through unloading and stacking the bagsas reached. It is a wonderful opportunity -

they arc practiced and stressed duringour February 1964 . 39 they arrive this Saturday to assist those who wish
entire educational; process-in the Total number of days since last morning. to help themselves. Will You?

homes in the churches in the schools Injury in motor vehicle acci-

dent . . . 38 A Matter of Life and Breath:
,,,,,, and i in the armed services. General ,
Wallace' I\1. Greene Jr. Number of ViolationsThis "THE IRONY OF ITt

Week . . 86
. Just suppose there was some terrible sickness that had taken millions
Speeding . . 19 of
lives and Then
Reckless Driving. . 6 caused great suffering each year since time began.
through vast effort, a way was found to check this disease. Wouldn't you
Going through Stop Sign . 4
JAX AIR KJEWSThe : Other Violations . .57 think?people afflicted with it would rush to get the new life-saving treatment _-

Forty drivers appeared beforethe
Traffic Don't bet on It.This isn't make- new cases and 10.000 relapses
Hearing at the
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper meeting held on February\8. Disposition T believe.. B. This,is the Ironic story of each year. Nearly 10,000 people

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, of the cases Include the die of TB each year.There' .
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a following: fifteen lost driving During the 1940's and 50's 'no single reason for
firm. All and drug treatments were developedthat this state of,arr irs. Many people
private Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR parking privileges aboard
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, station for various periods; ten the helped significantly toward still believe drugs have made

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before were assigned to complete six-' arrest. And and cure of tuberculosis A "thing of the pasta'Anreyeopening

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- hour course In remedial driving presently people were pamphlet"Wethe
Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. at Jax Police Academy; sixteen saying" ,with"It's' all overthat'sthat People; Fight Tuberculosis
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueries received suspended penalties; who never a thought to has been made available by the
'concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing three were given warnings; four arrest might and need some of that National Tuberculosis Associa-

Company, 4774 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida dismissed; and eight were referred Now cure. tion, explaining the role of every
' Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. to commanding officers nearly 15 years later, TB citizen In the fight against this
Is still
for very much with Although
possible disciplinary action. us. You can
ancient health menace.
VOL 22 NO. Thirty-three drivers the new drugs\ avq ,made the
FEBRUARY 11, 1965 were assessed i I get! ai. copy free bywriting to
a total of 68 Traffic great Inroads, about 110,000 TB and RD Association of Northeast -
Points. people In the U.S. have active TB Ashley St.,
Florida 116
today, There are about ,
Jacksonville, Florida.J

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Washington (AFPS) Vio- cent breaches of the Honor Code:
ICt lations of the Air Force Aca- "We will not lie( cheat or steal
a( demy's Honor Code have promp- nor tolerate among us those who tle'hltt/'J /M/R STYLING
, ted Air Force Secretary Eugene do.." SALONS"FLAIR"
. M. Zuckert to name a military- In naming the committee, Sec-
civilian committee to study retary Zuckert said, "Althoughthe
causes of the problem.) vast majority of the cadets
The five-man committee., were not Involved, the fact that COLD WAVE
headed by former Air Force Chiefof breaches did occur makes It important -
I. Staff General Thomas D.White for us to conduct a review Compare at other 575
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ture and! working of the Academy "Above all, my overriding aim 4;;;!
in reviewing causes for the re- is to make certain that the Aca-
td demy Instills in our cadets the ( for normal hair)
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prosper ir/ and a recession, hereIt '. .. "
Is\ When you get the green 1r 1rCAPT.
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you sion.paste them MachinistIn in, that's reces-

a church Susie's small bro- Jess" has a new home
ther was being christened.Said and so does Patrol Squadron
Susie: "Behind his ears, Ri. Five, who arrived at NAF Sig-
too, Rev. Smith. onella on Tuesday, Feb.-1,
Orville E. Reed Patron Five under the command
of Commander J. T. Kos- ,. ,
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PatronS "
nlk assumed duties as :
I gone 11 a, relieving Patrol -
tr :e Squadron Eleven. VP-5 arrived -
at Sigonella with six SP-2E ,

f aircraft. The remaining air- C. W. PITTMAN. Jr., NARTU C.O., accepts an oil pointing f
with the
craft arrived on Monday
Executive Officer, Cdr. M. D. of' the uni '* A4s by artist Roy Grinnell. Presenting the painting '
IS YOUR MACHINE +' iArt'Usel.ss Marsh. is CDR H. G. Goodell, NARTU's VA-741 C.O. LCDR R. W. Good.
OLD & CREAKY? r Becoming Patron Sigonella win, also of VA-741 and good'friend of Grinnell looks on. Grinner
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Commanding Officer of VP-1L
With this most important aspect -
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AND THE BEACHES onella for the next five months. host and liaiscasquadronforVP- Form wait. Executive Officer and
)A 12, a reserve squadron from NAS men of VP-912 arrived January
Imagine a lady
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IBrnmmrm being by being an
will depart tomorrow. Coordinating
elder stateswoman. was on two weeks active duty
Carey Williams, fulfilling their active duty commitment the two week training pro
Publishers for fiscal year 1965. gram was Cdr. L.P. Proctor,
FRITZ ... Assistant Flight Training Officer
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Few people travel the road to '
Asst. Comptroller Retires curlty Screening Board, numerous Ferren NamedFAETUs
A done
and thing right today means success without a puncture or
(Continued From Page 1) appeal no trouble tomorrow. tow *
committees and
more ad hoc
BestThe Indiana Parent-Teacher Kelly Fordyce,
served as a member of many committees" than can be remem- Bulletin Indianapolis: Star Mag.

permanent committees bered. Mr. Eubanks said that Sailor of the Quarter for c . .. .
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and boards which directly af- Mr. Myers had contributed muchof the Fleet Airborne Electronics "

fect the welfare of the Station his time to civic affairs and Training Unit Atlantic( (Det 2))
and its employees. Your per- to the community. Since mov- for the second quarter of 1965 is

sonnel folder contains many letters ing to Jacksonville In 1940, he D. L. Ferren, AT].
of appreciation and com- said, Mr. Myers has held such Ferren was recommended for -AftDflEY'I

mendation which attest to the regard offices as President, Lakeshore the award because of his outstanding -
which your supervisors and Junior High School Dads Club; work and the great pride
fellow workers have for the services Director, Cerebral Palsy Association which he takes In appearance.. LOUNGE AND PACKAGE STORE

you have performed. ; Worshipful Master, He Is an Electronics Instructor '
t "On behalf of the Navy I express Riverside Lodge No. 266, Free attached to the Avionics Di-
appreciation for your loyal and Accepted Masons; Venerable vision. He reported to FAETU- 3909 BLANDING BLVD.

: service and I wish you many Master, Jacksonville Consistory; LANT DET 2, In Dec. 1963 and DANCING NIGHTLY
years of happiness in your well- Knight Commander, Court of attended Instructor training. He
J ( earned retirement." Honor, Scottish Rites Bodies; has supervised and contracted ..

I Upon conclusion of the read- and Deputy Grand! Master, 10th four transmitterized training air "A friendly place for

ing Captain Mackroth expressedhis Masonic District. In addition boards and completed these friendly people"
he is a member of the American -
appreciation to Mr. Myers boards In an outstanding manner
) for the long, dedicated and pro- Society of Military Comp- which Is an example] of his every
gressive service he had renderedto trollers, Superintendent of the day work. Ferren has saved
adult Sucday School Department, CASE LOTS AT COST +10%
the Department of the Navy.. the government money on eachof
Following Captain Mackroth's deacon, and member of the church these training aids.

presentation, Commander E. F. choir at the Avondale Baptist He is married to the former

Hodge, Comptroller and Mr. Church and has been a member Miss Betty Griggs of Kensett,
and leader
Myers' most recent superior, in the Parent- Arkansas. They have two child-
spoke of his association with Mr. Teachers Association in three ren, Mitch 7, and Tim 2. They
Myers'and expressed his respectfor public schools. "Phil has givenof reside at 5749 Tamplco here In
Mr. Myers' deep understanding his time and talents as unselfishly Jacksonville.
of Comptrollership concepts to the community as he wUSED

and the fundamentals and complexities has given his energy and devo- "My Fair Lady"
involved. tion to the Navy," Mr. Eubanks CARS.THESE .

concluded "What more can a Comes to Jax.
On behalf of the Civilian Executive -
man do? What more could have-
Group who served closely
with Mr. Myers, Mr. LeonardB. been asked of him?" "My Fair Lady," the musicalhit '... ,
Eubanks, Industrial: Relations Mr. Eubanks then presented an of the century, will be pro-
Officer, recounted Mr. Myers' engraved plaque in recognitionof duced by the Guild Players of
service and accomplishments.A- Mr. Myers' years of serviceand Jacksonville, 'March 5-13, in the CARSDUVAL L /
dedication to duty. In accepting Fairfax Theatre on Hershel St.
mong these, he said, was the fact
that "Phil" Is one of the few Mr. Myers expressed In addition to the evening per-
bona fide "plank owners" still appreciation and related a few formances, there wUlbe two Sunday -
of the incidents and experiences matinees, one on March 7,
around; that Is, he was employed:
which marked the "not so easyyears" and a special children's perfor- MOTORSSAN
before the Station was commissioned -
In 1940. "In addition to proceeding and shortly mance on March 14. All perfor-
fulfilling his responsible and demanding after his entrance into the Fed- mances are open, with tickets 1
duties as Financial Manager eral service.; and special rates available to 1i

," Mr.Eubanks stated,"Phil service personnel at the Special i
Services Office.
holds the unofficial record of having 64 FORD WAGON ...$2995 62 VALIANT . . .$995 j

served on more Boards and Country Squire full'power 2 dr., hardtop, aula/trons.,|
Committees than any other em- factory air cond., luggage R&H.
ployee on the Station. To men- BLANDING BOULEVARDUPHOLSTERY
rack light blue with blue interior -
tion a few, Mr. Myers has serv-
ed member of the Boardof SHOP 11,000 actual mil.
as a 62 FORD . . .11295!
Civil Service Examiners, the
Performance Rating Board, the 4027 BLANDING BLVD. 64 FALCON. ...... $2295 Auto/tran, 4 dr., V-8,hard '
2 dr., hardtop, 260 engine top, R&H, yellow and whit
Food Services Board, theSeNOW (Just Behind BLACK ANGUS MEAT CO.)
4 speed., R&H. with brown interior.

HEAR Covers Floor Mats Head liners Full power, factory air cond. 62 CHEVROLET . ...$1295

solid block with white inter 6 cyl., standard shift, R&H.
C)4K( icr i

SEAT COVERS. / installed. 60 THUNDERBIRD.$1795

THEOFFICE THIS AD WORTH $2.00 ON ANY SET OF SEAT COVERS 63 FORD FASTBACK.$2195 Full power, factory air,whit

LOUNGE PHONE 771.1986 V-8 auto/trans., R&Hpower with' red and white int.

WELCOMES YOU. steering, factory air, light
blue with blue int.

fTh DANCING 60 CHEVY. . .. .$1195
NIT ELY [63 FALCONS. ...... $1095 Convertible, V-8, auto /

5-2 AM MOBILE WARES HOMES Some auto/trans. brakes.trans., R&H,power steer.an


COURT FOR MOBILE HOMES 185 CHOICE LOTS Convertible, sunliner, V-8, ."
auto / trans., R&H, power 58 CHEVY WAGON ..$59$
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r 4 dr., auto/trans., R&H, solid 4 dr., sedan, V-8, R&H,auto/ I

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Movies will be shown
Thursday, February 11 Thursday, February 11 regularlyat
Thursday, February 11 Thursday, February 11 7 7 p.m. Monday through Satur

The Glenn Dehtones 8:30- Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m. Pizza Night Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. day.MainsIde
11:30 12 Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday will have two fea-
Friday, February
Friday, February 12 ture times 2 p.m. and 7 7 p.m.
February 12 February on Saturdays and Sundays. The
Do Re Me Combo 8:30-12:30: a.m. Dance to Mark Castle
Phil Cay 9-1 a.m. Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Hospital will have one featureon
Saturday February
at 7 7 NATTC
Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Sunday's p.m.
Saturday, February 13
Saturday, February 13 .Mark Castle ,,8:30-12:30 a.m. Music by Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m. Theatre closed until further. no-

March Wilson 9-1 a.m ; Sunday, February 14 Dance to Cappy's Combo Saturday February 13 tice. r
Kiddee Matinee at Mains Ide
Sunday February 14. Dick Strock & Spot Lighters Sunday, February 14 Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Theatre, Saturday, 2 p.m. Theseare

Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 8:30-11:30 p.m. Dance to Mark Castle Music by Calvert Sisters Kings subject to change.

8:30-11:30 p.m. Monday, February 15 15 Men 8:30-12:30 a.m. Thursday, February 11
Monday, February
Monday, February 15 Sunday, February 14
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m. Game Malnside Party Bobby
Pizza 2.for 1 Night Night Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs Vinton, Pat Morrow
Tuesday February Tuesday, February 16
of Beef Hospital Two for the Seesaw-
Tuesday, February 16 Game Night at 7:30 with bandto Open Monday, February 15 Robert Mitchum, Shirley Mac-
Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. follow Lathe

Wednesday, February 17 Wednesday, February 17 Wednesday, February 17 Happy Dinner Hour 6-9 p.m.Tuelday 3:30-6: p.m. Friday, February 12

\ Game Night 8 p.m. Movies sports 8 p.m. Open February 16 Malnside -Curse of Mummy's
Tomb Terence Morgan
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. Hospital The Quick Gun-Audie

I SEGRA YES SERVICE CENTER Old timers remember when 15 (German) Murphy, Merry Anders

Al'TO-MAKlNE(. SERWCK cents was a generous tip Insteadof Wednesday, February 17 Saturday, February 13
PHIIIIPS an insult. Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m.
{ 69 Roosevelt Blvd at Ortega River, a Olin Miller MalnsideKissinCousinsElvis
PttONE389-1161 Presley, Pam Austin
/ / Hospital Surf Party Bobby
Body Shop 4501 Irvington St. usa Notes Vinton, Pat Morrow
1.1 4 Hr. AAA Road Service CAN YOU
j S&II and Plaid Stamps I Kiddee Matinee Young and the
I t TAKE YOUR CAR February 11 Brave
Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service Dial-a-Car WITH YOU? Thursday
f* Pier 17 Marina U.Haul t Sunday, February 14
Body Repairs
For Financing And Insurance Homemade Goodies Night
Boat gas at Regular Station Prices Stateside And Overseas. Call I Friday, February 12 Mainstde ,- Cry Of Battle Van
Now Showing complete 1965 Lines; DYER M. BURR Heflin, Rita Moreno
"" Evinrude representingGOVERNMENT I I Farewell for USS Shangri-La Hospital Curse of the Mummy's
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Boats& onEVINhUDEl Thunderbird I EMPLOYEES I 8-11 p.m. Tomb Terence Morgan
High Trades StarcraTt FINANCE CORPORATIONAND Saturday, February 13 Monday" February 15
Low Down Payment Wjft_Z=HW Formula Jr.
Easy Terms 1 Viking INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE Social Mixer Night Mainstde .:He Rides Tall Tony

Neptune Trailers 6U Tfmuquana Rd. 771-0527 Sunday, February.14 Young, Dan Duryea
I Our 36 year reputation is your best guarantee of quality service. Hospital Kissin Cousins.-Elvis
\ South Jacksonville PresbyterianMovie Presley, Pam Austin
The Thrill Of It AU
Tuesday, February 16

Monday, February 15 Mainside Love With a Proper

NOW OPENI! Sweethearts Tuesday,Ball February 8-11 p.m.16 Natalie Stranger Wood- Steve Mcqueen,

Hospital Cry Of Battle Van,
Game Night Heflin, Rita Moreno
4I Wednesday, February 17 Wednesday, February 17

Disc Jockey Show Mainside Home from the Hills -
Robert Mitchum, Eleanor Par-

Hospital ker He Rides Tall Tony

I Young, Dan Duryea

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Unsigned Tax Returns Cause Refund DelaysMany

Federal tax returns are being sent to, IRS offices unsigned. LAFRA #91 ,".. '
While tax officials assume that the failure to sign Is an oversighton '

the taxpayer's pan, they cannot process such returns and mustput -;

them aside for special handling. This Is especially disadvantageous Unit #91 Ladies Auxiliary of
to the taxpayer who expects a refund or savings bond. the Fleet Reserve Associationmet

Taxpayers are urged to doublecheck their returns for signatures last Monday evening at the
Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724
before mailing. One signature Is required for a single person; two clubhouse on Roosevelt Boule
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
for a married couple filing jointly. The signature should be written vard. The Unit was celebrating
In the same way that the name Is printed at the top of the return or, Its 18th birthday and the Presi- Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
as they put It, "Print at the top, sign at the bottom. dent Mrs. Paula Miller, presi- too late for this deadline will be published the following -
week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
ded the ceremonies.
check or'money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Harry B. Mishoe and The Auxiliary had as their received WITH the copy for the ad. I
Company honored guests the following lad- DO NOT SEND CASH
ies Mrs. Christine Pope, National -
: RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
President Ladles
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FRA and Mrs.Rachel Bullw Auxiliary inkel. Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .0.35. I

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The National President and
Office 3811 Blanding Blvd. Tel. 771.8080
Treasurer were presented to the OLD BOTTLES Have large collection BUYING A CAR? Buy your next
Branch Office 7323 Lenox Avenue. Tel. 781.121425to3O assembly. Mrs. Paula Miller of early whiskies, medi- auto from a retired serviceman

presented gifts to the National cines soda etc. trade & Call 816L
Buy, or save. Myers,
Officers on behalf of the Unit. sell or Just talk. Ext. 694 or
Mrs. Amy Pierottl received a 388-6602 after 1600. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER -

10 year membership pin and Mrs. 3 bdr, sep. br. Small equity,
Thomas J. Bennett was awardeda FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto no qualifying, cov. to bases,shop
gold pin for bringing in ten NAS $50. down $50 month. cntrs, schools, on bus line. Call
SAVE $ members to the Unit. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- 7710354.

Mrs. Pope was taken for a visit 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
to the Mayors Office on Monday. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE FOR
Mayor RItter presented her withan UNFURN. APT FOR RENT SALE Furn Apt. for rent. $65.
On Each 100 of Bureau Rates for honorary citizen certificate Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR mo. 771-1106.

for the city of Jacksonville; she Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $115 mo.
was accompanied by Mrs. R. Owner 771.8697.DNTWN 62 OLDS CUTLASS CONVRT -

AUTOINSURANCE+xswa17xel7x.. Bullwinkel and Mrs. P. Miller. Blue, white top, exc cond, A/T
Mrs. Pope was presentedto JAX FURN APT R&H, 3843780.

Capt. W. S. Baker, Com- 557 Oak. 3 rms,plus bath,$12.50or
manding Officer of the U.S.Naval $50. mo. pi utlL Adults only. ELEC RANGE KENMORE Apt.
IbspltaL She later toured the EV 8-9886. size, 3 burners, 1 oven, used

hospital and visited some of the only one year $50. 384-3780.

wards. FOR SALE Inc. Prop, duplex3plex
4-plex, 3 mi. NAS $115 ONLY $9200 BARGAIN

You- enjoy these savings from Bureau mo. Owner 771-8697. $60. CASH DOWN
Rates for the Family Automobile Policy FRA 91 FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5 2 Bdr. Oak floors, garage, no

without the Safe Driver Plan. You even mL west of Yulee, 2 mL So. sub dlv, close to schools
A-l-A at Boggy Creek four G I ONLY $61. MO.
save substantially when the Safe Driver FRA CLUB 91
AFTER 6 PM CALL 389-0007
existing bldgs, launching ramp,
Plan is used! 8554 ROOSEVELT BLVD. approx. 1 1/2 acres on water. SILLAY REALTY COMPANY.

As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor 3890373.
Thursday, February 11 I
suitable tenent. EL 4-0192
Pizza Night day or night. ORANGE PARK 3 BEDROOMS
Friday, February 12 2 BATHS FOR SALE OR RENT.
REAL ESTATE: Information on $62.00 per mo. and up, VA or
YOU SAVE 30': from Bureau Rates for the Colli. and fish dinner $1 down
o sales, purchases, equities, or In-service. No payment,
sion and Comprehensive coverages, and you save 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
FHA VA homes, call WalterT. some already financed-no quali
25": for the vital Liability GEICO also
coverages. 13
Saturday, February
Bowen, USN Rtd. Charter tying Rentals $85 unfurnished,
gives you the usual additional savings on compactcars Fried Chicken Dinner $1
Real Estate Co. &7-6511 or $100 furnished Phone 264-6491-
driver training and when more-than-one-car is and
Monday, Wednesday Friday 387-2851 BILL DONNELL BUILDERS.
insured. You may pay your premium in convenient Hour 4-5 at night.INSURANCE
installments.NO Happy p.m.
EXTRA COSTS: The low GEICO premiumis 2 bath home. Separate DR and
For safe drivers, SR 22's filed
the full cost of insurance there
your ; are no mem Den. Central Air. 2-car gar-
bership fees, assessments, or other sales charges of meets base requirements, Shaded lot. $22,900by
any kind.GEICO monthly terms,for fast courteous age. Large
3842972. 5743 Sal-
rates! represent the above savings from { bS service through Independent erno owner.Road.

Bureau Rates for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau lJt0V. Agent.
Rates are the rates developed by the National Bureau ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191 1962 VW. Sedan. Priced for quick
of Casualty Underwriters and the National 1507 Margaret Street at 5 Points. sale. Low mileage. Phone ext.
Automobile Underwriters Association for their mem 592-8564-
ber and subscribing companies SEE PAGE 16 AND SINGER SLANT NEEDLE SEW- _


When you insure your car with GEICO you get or reliable party assume $8,00 Br, 1 1/2 Bath Masonry Home.
the broad Family Automobile Insurance Policy-the RIVERSIDECHEVROLET per mo. pmts. Sewing machine $100.00 DN, $60.00 per mo.
exact same policy used by most other leading companies does zig-zag designs, decorates, Call Art Powell, USN/RT. 264-
and you are fully protected wherever you makes buttonholes, sews on buttons 6144 with Powell Brk.
drive in the U. S.. its possessions and Canada. This & etc. Call 353-1946 (dayor _
policy can comply with the Financial ResponsibilityLaws CEDAR HILLS night) Will deliver, no obli NEW ALL CHANNEL GE PORT
of every state including the compulsory insurance gation. A-l Sewing Machine Co. ABLE TV nothing down, $1.25
requirements) of New York and North Carolina. weekly. Call Cliff 389-3672.
Over 1.300 professional representatives across the
country stand ready to give you personal claim serv- B I BB OAK HILL PARK 5665 Hllllr
ice when you need it, day or night 24 hours a day. man, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, air con-
ROOSEVELT MALL ditioned home. Call 771-1833

Phone 355-8424 eves and weekends

OrkVisit out convenient( local office, for exact ratest' FOR SALE extra fine like
'on your; car;,, .There is no obligation. H CARWASH H new Duncan.Phyfe Dining Set.:

Call 771-5429.

1962 GMC v12 ton Pu.,
SUNDAY 8:30: AM 1:30: PM Long wheelbase,large bed.$1195
o *.
.! -. Call 7717512.SALE .
r Government Employees Insurance Company LOCATED IN TilE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTERON
I!. Capital stock compani'ct i,. /not affiliated with the U.S. government RENT 3 bdrm, 2 bath

\.. .".v,I, Hems.. Offices Washington, D.C. EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY fence V blinds, bit In kit, near
school and bases, 771-1558.
Jacksonvillej! Office8'West! : ; : Forsyth Street

INSURANCE Auto -Tire, Home Boat life Overseas WITH CAR WASH! ERS 1 year warranty, $148.60
with trade. nothing down $L50
FINANCING: Auto Mobile Home WAfLflJUWLAJ weekly.

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I .: 11' 're' Just Creatures Of Ha bit:' : .:::i II IINew

York N.Y. (ED) Think ments, and his Instincts. And:!, instinctive. We discover a
you could learn to Iflce cucumbers as you might have found out already method of solving a problem, of
and Vodka for breakfast? Whynot habits die hard. One of achieving a purpose, of obtaining
? Peter the Great did. ,Your man's first habits of life was to a satisfaction. This method becomes -
breakfast of bacon and eggs is carry a crude club as a means standardized a habit. 3.4'-:4))
really only a habit. of protection. The club became Procrastination Is a clear-cut u
:Our ancesiorstnGeorgeWash- a sword, and the sword became example of a routine built up for ,
ington's time began their day with axane.: Don't you know someone the sake of, or In search of, sa-
steak pie and cake and never who never feels quite comfortable tisfactions. Other examples are.(
blanched at washing them down unless he Is swinging chronic lateness for appoint
with a few tankards of beer. And a cane? There's a "diehard" ments we don't want to keep, and
Washington was probably no exception ; habit for you I putting off making a will or tak-
:: I Although we are creatures of ing out Insurance as a means of
So much of'our lives Is made habit, we're capable of eliminating avoiding the Inevitable.If .
up of habits good and bad the bad ones and making the a habit starts because of
from the mornlngget-readyfor- good ones better. This Is the Its success In bringing( satisfaction 0o
work routine to reading the evenIng -' philosophy of James L. Mursell. It stays with us accordingto
paper after supper. Ever noted psychologist and author of the degree of satisfaction It
stop to think why we serve waterin "How to Make and Break Habits," gives. A child who discovers o Q
glasses, and practice the table Habits do not become engravedin that tantrums bring things his -
manners we do? It's all habit, our minds, but are merely way and gain attention will develop -
the unwritten law of life, and "tools" for living. Understanding and:! stick with this method
we've only to look around us to how our "tools" are acquired as long as It serves his purpose
see what influence it wields. makes it easier to gain habit or until the habit Is broken I 9"r'aX00
Since the very dawn of life controL The next step to understanding -
man has had habit forced upon Oddly enough, we discover or our habit system Is realize .
him by his surroundings,the ele learn our habits; they are not that a habit always has a mean- .
Ing or a reason.
Why do we worry about cir-
cumstances which never arise?
WESCONNETT Why do we feel compelled to
stuff ourselves with food and
1 candy even though we know It
FLORIST Injures our health? \
Why do we feel a nagging and
We wire Flowers persistent boredom at work even
though the job Is a good one?
Located halfway between Cecil & HAS at
Why do we hate to make up
103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. cur minds about business deals?
5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. These are all habits and the

FREE DELIVER PHONE 771-3770 answers to the questions ,are not :
actually rational In the sense of
being wise, but there Is anunder- O dIf
standab1e'cause for each of them.
An of our purposes
MONTHLY SPECIAL ia essential for habit reorgani- not corrected. Golfer Arnold fug are examples of bad play ha-
zation. But the actual reorgani- Palmer maintains that It's as bits. They become bad when they
SHRIMP 0INNEI I 99'AtLYQu zation of habits Is brought about easy to learn the habit of a good fall to fulfill a constructive pur-
by the application of intelligence grip as a bad one. Palmer, one pose and are obsessions.
and will. of golfs greats, for years foughtthe However useless play habitsare
,ci :Bit: v"OPEN bad "motor" habit of hold
First you must realize that moving they a strong grip on
DAILY We Make a you're Involved In a habit. For his head when swinging, and finally people. They fill moments of
11:30: A.M. TO 10 P.M. Specialty; of this reason, it's good to watch broke It. But he still has boredom and anxious waiting with
CATFISH yourself carefully when you set the habit of coming from behindto Just enough mental and physical
off on a new tract. Ask yourself win. activity to occupy a person without -
SHRIMP "Is this something I wantto Then there are "play"habits being taxed. Frequently with
w OYSTERS CHICKEN let become a habit?" the things we do to amuse our smokers it's the act of smok-
Sportsmen, such as tennis selves. Excessive rushing to the ing rather than the tobacco
l I, STEAKS RED SNAPPER players and golfers, often get cookie jar, drinking, and smok- that becomes a habit.

A3 e TAKE-OUT SERVICE; Into bad "motor" habits, like
BANQUET SERVICE the wrong stance, grip or foot-
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Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us aoucf skit: and enjo7a RUGGED FRAME
how much want. Pick the cash at .
you up your run-mad erenloa.LU HARDWOOD LEGS REG. 129.95 VALUE
convenience. Same-day service. eeutone well
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Iota of mtulo sod I
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5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 Sat& Sin Mat. 2:30-7:30: : G-C MURPHY i
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FEBRUARY 11. 1965

i Mail ;Orderlies In Violation Of
We must not heap oq plates too
We must not heaA\ojir platestoo
HAS JAX Instruction 2740.1A high .l.!X(
Too keep In men's good graces;.
Remember, all those extra

It has come to light that some pared and deliver good scoops
to the
departments of this station are Post Office Superintendent. Add humps In the wrong places
in direct violation making mall The Intention of the restric- C Sunshine Mag.

orderly appointments.Many tion against the picking up of
of the existing authorizations personal accountable mail for veaoa
provide for mall orderliesto others by mail orderlies Is to
receive all classes of both reduce the number of handling APPLIANCESBROKERAGE.
Official and Personal mail NAS transactions, and thereby reduce
Jacksonville Instruction 2740.1A losses and claims. Once a mail ACROBATS. .No, it's fie Choral group from Nathan B. Forrest aid
prohibits a mall orderly from receiving orderly has signed for accountable High School. The group, under thediredionofMr. Glem Boatright,
Personal Accountable mall,the Navy becomes offered renditions of popular songs and other musical arrangements FURNITURE
mail (certified numbered, Insured responsible for
reimbursing at the February Officers' Wives Club Luncheon.
and registered), but pro- Post Office when the latter paysa .
vides that the orderly will receive claim. The mall order lies will '.'
only the Notice of Arrival deliver only Notices of Arrivalof COHeadquarters
Class On Fire
of such mail. personal accountable mail There was a little girl In the
A check of mail orderly appointment The addressee will to the Post beauty salon the other day, wait- for Fin Furni
cards at the Post Office Office and sign direct go for such Hazards GivenIn Ing for her mother. Someone ture & Appliances at lowest
shows that some departmentshave mall handed her a True Confessions prices.
authorized pick up of all magazine to help her while away
classes of both official and personal gyp,' wr Bldg. 105What the time. The little girl lookedat 3 ROOMS $165
mail, while others have the title and asked, "How did Furniture
part of their orderlies thus authorized you know I was Catholic?"
and part not authorized to would you do If a fire WE FINANCE
receive personal accountablemail. started in your working spacesor Madeleine Dunlay
Some departments also living quarters? Where would! Catholic Digest 2710 W.. BEAVER ST.
have designated what appears to you go? What procedures would!
be an excessive number of or- you follow?
derlies. Fire is among the deadliest and
The following action should be most destructive hazards knownto
completed by all departments by man. It can start any time, any-
Feb. 19. place. Almost any substance can
((1)) Each department head and start a fire. Once out control,
special assistant at NAS shall fire can, and often does, become
have an immediate check madeof a dangerous killer. i
all outstanding mail orderly fr 4 The Fire Division of the Security -
appointment cards. This appliesto Department has just open-
both military and civilian mail fd a new conference room In
orderlies. Bldg. 105 which will be used to V

((2)) Every card showing an conduct classes In fire hazards,
"X" in the left-handed verti- fire-fighting, etc. They formerly s I
cal column of Block 7 of the traveled from department to department -
aboard the base delivering -
card shall be revoked immedia.
tely. RIBBON CUTTING -Cdr. L. A. these lectures, but with .fc.v
Menord, Executive Officer NAS 'the opening of this conferenceroom
((3)) A signed copy of the new ,
cards shall be hand delivered to cuts the ribbon to the new Fire they will have permanent
site to teach and their
the Petty Officer inCharge,Postal Division classroom with Fire curriculum.]
Directory Bldg.] 920. The Chief B. E. Downing and lt.l.9( ) This class will be instructedby
Postal Directory PO will insure M. L. Pates, Asst. Security Officer the Senior Fire Prevention
that the cards are properly pre- looking on. Inspector W. H. Harden Jr., and

the Junior Fire Inspector W. M.
ON STAGE Olive. "I wouldn't think! of f tanking anywhere
VAP-62 Completes The classes will also cover
GUILD PLAYERS fire prevention and fire protection except the: Barnett"BANKING
as well as the use of all
PRESENT Carduals On FDRThree types of fire distinguished. HOURS:
"From what we, the fire inspectors -
MY flight crews of Heavy have observed, this Monday thru Thursday: 10:00: AM til 3:00: PM

FAIR LADY Photographic Squadron Sixty- course should be a "must" for Friday: 9:30: AM til 4:30: PM
Two, commanded by Commander all departments" the Senior Inspector -
Phone Extensions 8272 8273
said. "But it isn't a or
5-13 John P. Cullen, completed day
and night carrier landing qualifications requirement, were just offer- Across From Administration Bldg., NAS
World's Greatest In the RA-3B "Sky- Ing our services."
warrior" aboard the USS Frank- The class hours will be set US NAS, Facility Office
Musical lin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)) re- for the conveniences of the department -
cently. that request the lec- 3TIEIIS! BABN'ET'rNATIONAL
The three the tures. These classes can be
Evening Perf. 8:30 crews completing BANK OP( JACKBONVZUJOCGRAND
Sun Matinee 2:30 refresher CarQuals were: LCdr.T. arranged by calling the Fire Division -
L. Jackson, Lt. S. D. Cox, at Ext. 324. It is arrangedfor ...... r.ouu D''D..r ..u..C. CD."D."r'DM
AOl LCdr. W. civilians use as well as military -
TICKETS $4.00 J. Temple, ; Wig-
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Call for Reservations Boardman. ADJ3. Together they !

NOW! period.made 18 landings in a 2-hour OPENING ,

"The success of this missionand
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FAIRFAX ', ,rapid completion of it was MONDAY 43 > FEB. 8TH ,
due to the outstanding:cooperation
Cullen In extending a "Well
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: I IL ;I4x: DCT Timejo:,: > Get In Shqp: |::

In 1930, what member of Check BIAS Facilities"The
the Chicago Cubs became the first
National Leaguer to hit more than 11Jlltha need for Increased attention to physical fitness is clearly
50 home runs in one season? waza"-combination techniques. established. The Government cannot compel us to act. but freedom
2. How much money did Candy FfJIII Following each demonstration, demands it. A nation is merely the sum of all its citizens, and its
Spots earn for the Rex Ellsworth the club representatives from U strength energy resourcefulness can be no greater than theirs."
stable in 1963? of Fla. Judo Club, Jacksonville (John F. Kennedy)
3. Jimmy Brown of the Cleve- Y.M.C.A. and Jax Navy Judo If you have decided that It, Is time to get in shape, you have. are-:
lafrd EtfoXns has gained over 200 Of I Ma Club members practiced: while warding adventure ahead of you at the MAS Indoor swimming pool
yards W-a single game on how
professor Nakabayashi supervis- Like millions of Americans
many different occasions? will be able to determine Is most
who today recognize the desire-
4. In 1964 first baseman Char ed.The suitable for and that
you you
Club and
Jax Navy Judo was ability of physical fitness
lie Dees of the Los Angeles will be able to maintain.
Professor SadakiNakabayashi, represented by J.L. Baird 2nd would earnestly like to achieve it,
club training will have the satisfaction
Angels set a spring 7th. Degree Black Belt held a Class Brown Belt, Club Instructor you probably have wondered what
record by hitting inhowmanycbfl.detitivd Judo Clinic at the University of and Supervising Judo Instructor to do. how to begin",how far to of being able to measure your
games? Florida gymaslum on the 3r of Stanley Kunlmoto Third De- go and. not:feast of an.whether progress as you proceed.
Answer to. Quit February. This is the first time gree Black Belt. you can spare the time,, and You will be able to proceedat
saute8 aApfaasuo3Zt a high ranking Black Belt has Stanely Kunlmoto acted as interpreter whether fitness is something that home without special equipment -
; S'J ptoaat SUfl'lD. "t visited this state. He was sponsored for Professor Nakaba- can be achieved by busy people and at a convenient time.
suojs8000 by the Florida Judo Black yashi speaking in Japanese with little time to spare.A And the time required will not
; 1U3J3JJ1P trot UQ j1MO2 Belt Association. demonstrated his techniques. womens exercise class Is be.excessive.
01 iu9Mi UMOJQ Xuiurjfaj 'ltapulew Professor Nakabayashi with The highlight of the Clinic wasa now being offered at the HAS Physical fitness can be
his spectacular, well coordinated demonstration of Sport Judo and Pool Bldg. 612 every Tuesday achieved at any age. You do not
aye patuca sjau*is 88 aano reflexes; opened the Clinic witha Self Defense Judo by Professor and Thursday morning from 9-n achieve It overnight. It does
any .Jt,( win aiqeisop quo \SIi: throwing art called"Uchlmata" Nakabayashl. a.m. This program Is open to take effort. But the resulting
Xq UOM e98960tt ap Jf09 1St Inner thigh( throw, followed by Approximately 300 spectators all female military personnel- feelings: : of well-being renewed
$ paiuva siodg Apue3 6 "Ouchi Gari" -- Major Inner witnessed this high ranking Judo- military dependents and their strength and vitality are wen
OS6l OJ SJ3WOq reaping throw. He also demon- ka of Japan perform his demon guests. worth the effort and you can
99 pauitueis UOSJTM[ >peu 'T strated his favorite "renraku- stration. Services available at the pool start on your way right now."
The Jax Navy Judo Team also f include a complete array of exercising -
took part in a tournament held equipment use of the g1IG1 PROOF ,,
ibis past weekend Tampa.Con- steam room, an organized program
testants representing lax Navy of physical exercises free
ATTENTION ALL HANDS were Rodney Fowler,FlrstGrade of cost, aId use of the pool until
Brown Belt and J.L. Baird Second 1p.m.
Grade Brown Belt; Team The same facilities are opento :
THE RED BARNWAS Coach Stanley Kunlmoto Third the military man daily from j
Degree Black Belt. 11 a.m. to 8 pun.
Rodney Fowler] placed Second Further information of thewo-
LOCATED IN In the 180 Ib. weight class; and mans exercise class can be obtained -
Baird had to withdraw after receiving by calling Mrs. Albert r
WESCONNETT NEAR FORREST a shoulder injury in a Friedman at 387-7105.
HIGH SCHOOL match playing for second placeIn The exercise program.Is designed
the 200 Ib. weight class. so that: 11P
HAS MOVEDTO Anyone interested In ]learning You will know exactly how and
Sport Judo can contact J.L.Baird where to begin and what to do
7700 BLANDING BLVD.OUR at ext. 8265;or coming to the Judo every step of the way.
: Club Bldg.726.Mens classes are You will begin easily without
NAME WILL BE CHANGED TO: held on Monday and Wednesday strain or upset no matter how
and 6:30 pm tin 8:30 pm and Tuesday long since you engaged In
MR. D's BARBQ night 6:00 pm tlll&;30 pm. vigorous physical activity.

You will make steady progress
STEAK HOUSENOW CHURCH of CHRIST toward a level of fitness that you
McDaniel CFJ 18
OPEN ALSOSLY'S NEAR NAS IntramuralBasketball Supply, Dispensary 45-31
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. Venter Supply 16 pts.
SUNDAYS: Brown VP 26 pts.
11:00 A.M. WORSHIP *
Creech A/C 13 pts.
6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE Results of the Intramural VAP-62, FAW-11 66-25
FLEET RESERVE WEDNESDAYS basketball games played this past Dumpas VAP 23 pts.
week are: Comm, A/C Maint 37-29
Denotes high scorer for the Sheets Comm 15 pts.
771-9999 game. Marines NARTU 42-32
Supply. VP-18 33-20 Copeland NARTU 13 pts.
Venter Supply 19 pIS. Weapons VP-18 33-32
VAP-62, VP-7 71-30 Gregg VP 12 pts.
VP-16 62-26 *
Outland CFJ 22 pts.
Bryan VP-45 18 pIS. Weapons MARTD 50-18
NO DOWN PAYMENT AF679th. MARTD 42-34 Hughes Weapons 18 pts.
MusselmanMARTD18pts.. DIsp. VP-18 56-46
CF!, NARTU 64-23 Prince Disp 22 pts.
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Needed For lax Open Spring Intramural: ::

Golf Tournament, March 17-21 Bowling-! Schedule ;

Active duty persomel who would like to volunteer to act as a gallery The first weeks schedule, for 7:30 p.m. Alley :1&2 King-
control marshall during the Greater Jax Open Golf Tournament to beheld the sixty-one participatingteams pins vs Pizzans
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sign up at the NAS golf shop. Give your name, rate, unit, home address Bowling leagues Is as follows: Grips
and phone number and the days that you will be available. Dally 5&6 ,- Spoilers ys CUrsors
tickets will":be' provided free of charge.About 60 men from NAS can be Monday, February 15 '* 7&Q -'Torch-Pots: Vm Stack-
used. "- 'ers' .,'r. ; a
5 p.m. Alleys 1&2 r
The tournament committee has Lilly'svs 9&10 Thunderheads vs Owl 1
Play Boys '
been Informed that the top professionals HootsThursday
3&4 Electrons Griffons MRS. J. E. RYIEE President of
Sports falls will between play this the Doral event sinceIt Open 5&6 Flag Staffs vs AEW- February 18 the Jacksonville Officers' Wives

and the asters.Palmer,Player RON"A" 5 p.rn. Alley, ]&2 Five,Shars, Club, presents a.check for $250
7&8 Cloak& vs Mol-
Shorts NIchlaus, Lema and Venturi have arolas Dagger vs Lucky *T to Major Basile Lubka,treasurer:
all stated that they expect to par- 3&4 Rejects'VS) AEWRON"B" for the Jax Navy Swim Team,
9&10 3rd Crew-
Jax Navy Is organizing a var- ticipate.The man Riggers vs 5&6 Sky War's"A" vs Air while team coach Airman MikeStev.ns.

sity boxing and swimming teamto course will be roped off 7:30 Alley 1&2 Doctorsvs Frames looks on. The money
participate In the upcoming6ND from tee to green. All the mar- Ncedlers p.m. 7&8 Sparks vs Sidewinders will be used to buy trophies and
tournaments. Personnel shalls will be required to do Is 9&10 Mixers vs Baymen
3&4 Metros vs Cannon cover the op..alingexp.nsesof
terested in trying out for eitherof to keep the gallery behind the Cockers 7:30 p.m. Alley 1&2 CPO'svs the team.
these sports are urged to contact lines. Two shifts will be used, Paymasters2#
5&6 Darters vs Eagles
the Athletic Director at Ext. each working about 2 1/2 hours 3&4 Pelicans vs Spartans
7&8 Guessers vs Neptunes
585. A swimming meeting will Upon completion of your shift, 9&10 AOMD2/# vs Chiefs 5&6 Presagers Spartans
be held at 1:30 p.m. on Fri- you will be allowed to join the 7&8 Warriors vs NCOs
day February 12 and: the meetingfor gallery and watch the tournament Wednesday, February 17 9&10 AOMDffl vs Protons
the team will be held anywhere please.
boxing you During your 5 p.m. Alleys 1&2 Tailor Sail-
at 4 p.m. on Friday February shift, you will be on a specific hole ors vs Avlons
12. Both meetings will be held and will be able to watch the play 3&4 Vultures vs Supply dJ@lJurru!
in Bklg. 3. ers as they play this hole.
5&6 Sky War's "B" vs Anchors -
ttlii It is desirable, but not nec- -
essary, that marshalls have CEIHLPfJlwvrolet
7&8 Army AFES vs CUt-
Interest In tournament competition knowledge of the game of golf.
( In Handball Ping-Pong, Futher information will be givento ters-
9&10 Inspectors vs Nockers
Tennis and Squash has been those who sign up concerning
considerable and the NAS Athletic transportation when and whereto

] Office Is now taking entries, report, what to do and how to Don Knox sank a 17 foot putt
at Ext. 585. Tourney play will do it, etc., prior to 15 March. for an eagle three on the par five
commence as soon as sufficient The "Infamous Four" of the twelfth hole this past Saturday.Two CHEVROLET in Jacksonville
entries have been received. NATTC Dental Clinic, building teams tied with seven under

* 560, challenged and soundly drub In the weekly Blitz. Captain DOWNTOWN-
bed the "Terrors of the Links" Klahn Jim Brough, Cal Floyd
The Fla-Ga Interservlce Con (Line Officers)from building 500. and Russ Hill along with Earl 924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE
ference will be holding a bowlingand "
The "John Paul Jones" trophywas Pearson Mike Harris,Mike Hoi-
volleyball tournament atNASat awarded to the 560 group as lock and Gus Holtzwere. membersof
10 a.m. Saturday, February a result of their five to two win. the winning teams.
20. will take place In
Bowling There will be an organization The strong University of
the new alleys located In Bldg. Intramural Golf meeting on 17 Florida Golf Team defeated the ;
609 and the volleyball competition ( February with play slated to start Jar Navy Golf Team 35 1/2 to l"
will be held in Bldg. 3. on 8 March. 18 1/2 this past weekend.

An organizational meeting for r <: :.i

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