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Jax air news
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January 30, 1964


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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein Ore their own and net to be considered an official I 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of pny military department of the products or services advertised

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NORAD Ban To Perform "The Business Of Memorial Services Held


For Capt. Hanner
Civic Auditorium A Special VA45Feature

Full military memorial services were held Monday afternoon at

the All Saint's for M. Manner MC former
The official band of the North American Air Defense Command Chapel Captain Joseph ,
officer of the Jacksonville Naval .
will present Its Cavalcade of Music at 8:00 p.m. Monday Feb. 3 Page 9 commanding Hospital.He
died of a heart attack here at NAS last Friday evening.An .
in the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium.
honor guard .of Marines and
Organized of carefully selected
Navy security force stood at rid-
musicians of the United States
gid attention and the NAS Band
Air Force and the
Army Navy
played the Navy Humn as the flag-
Royal Canadian Air Force, the
'draped coffin was taken into the
NORAD music spectacular Is being
chapel for the services. I
presented to the public free of
Eight enlisted men served as
charge. pallbearers while senior naval officers a
pad '
the band's ,
Sponsoring 85-plece p a2h
formed an honor formation.
performance are the Jackson-
Capt. Hanner became commanding -
ville Naval Air Station the Jack-' 'd4
officer of the Jacksonville r1cR tr a
sonville Chamber of Commerceand
hospital In January 1962 after ,
the of Jackson-
Navy League
serving as executive officer of
ville. ,
a.-a rte .z n. In San
the Naval Hospital Diego
The conductor and officer-in- I r '

of the NARAD Command CaHl.
charge His 25 years of service also Included -
Band Is Lt. Colonel Mark Azzollna
duty at Bethesda Md., Phil-
who selected to organize and head adelphia, Pa., the dispensary hereat

this unique musical organization NAS Jacksonville and aboard

bringing to this position a life FREE MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT is slatted for the eveningof the ships USS Wright USS Tal- :

time of background In civilian and Feb. 3 when the NORAD Band from Colorado Springs, Colo., amanca USS Honolulu and USS Re-
military music as a composer- presents its Cavalcade of Music at 8 p.m. in the downtown Civ- pose.

director. He has also been activeas ic Auditorium. The public is invited to attend free of charge. The 56-year-old medical officer
a radio, television and record- well known
was knowledge: Captain J. M. Hanner
Ing production executive In New in chest specialties, having done

York and Ifcllywood. several heart In
open surgeries
The featured piano soloist with Congratulations Given'San Diego. Many medical publications USS AID.rlca

the Cavalcade of Music Is Army have been written by Capt.

Sgt. David Carlson who has played Hanner as a result of his exper- Slides Down

professionally on tour with the iences and experimental endeavorsin

Lawrence Welk Band and before Whitmire OfO&R Dept. the scientific function of the

audiences in Phoenix, Los Angeles, heart. Way Feb.

San Francisco and Las Vegas Forty years is a long time to in 1945 and continued his career, The body has been taken to Ft.

displaying his versatility with both work for someone but LalandP. assuming the duties of Engineering Leavenworth National Cemetery, Over the past couple of months
classical and jazz numbers. .Ft. Leavenworth Kan. for burial.He there has ben much
Whitmire &R. was recently Officer with FAW 14, San controversyto
WPDQ radio has stated that it congratulated for his forty yearsof Diego and the VM unit in chargeof is survived by his widow, whether or'not" the U. S. Navy

will broadcast the entire programlive Federal service by Captain J.R, maintenance and upkeep of air- Mrs. Mary Elisabeth Hanner; and would launch another supercarrier -
on Its Night Beat section of Miss Patricia Elis- within the next few
Compton NAS, Commanding Of- craft at Jacksonville. He was released daughter years.
the evening's programing. ficer. to inactive duty in December abeth Hanner, 17. (see another The arguements and questionswill

Whitmire enlisted In the Navyin 1948 with the rating as Chief photo on page 2)). be answered on the first day

ManagementOrganization June 1923 at the age of 19. Aviation Machinist's Mate. of February when the Navy's

He worked as an Aviation Mach- eighth attack aircraft carrier since

inist's Mate. During World War Whitmire entered Federal Civil Navy Begins World War II will move grace-

| II he was taken prisoner and forcedto Service In June 1949 being fully into the waters of the Atlantic -

work for the Japanese Navy In employed by the Overhaul and Repair Jax at NewPort News Virginia.

the construction of naval vessels Department as an Aircraft Wage The mighty carrier will be

Seals Officers I for their fleet. Mechanic. He has served 14 anda christened the USS AMERICA and

He was returned to the U.5. half years with O&R. Change SurveyThe designated as CVA-66. Mrs. David,

L. McDonald, wife of the Chiefof

The annual l meeting of the Naval Operations, will be on
Navy Area Wage and Classification -
National Association of Master ..
Office hand to do the honors with the c.
has notified Naval
Mechanics and Foremen of the
Ow' 5b x Commands in the JacksonvilleArea (See America Page 8))
Naval Shore Establishments was
held at the / that a wage change survey
Saturday evening George
Washington Hotel. < had 1f has. been ordered by!the Office of Air Nw Editor

Highlight of the evening was the Industrial Relations Washington,
Installation of officers preceededby VI ) 1 D. C. and started on 14 January tires Up Quill
a dinner. Taking their ( $
This survey is being conductedby Mae Spencer J01 reporter and
respective L.L.
posts are the Area Wage and Classification later editor of the Jax Air News
Grande, president;J.J. Shapiro, "'
!- Office with! cooperation by will soon trade her writers' quill
Vice-president; B.W, Bradshaw, I ,' l. k ,. j
,, '" ?-"Jo the Bureau of Labor Statistics. for the salesmanship tools of a
secretary-treasurer; W.L. Pur- ., $ '.
cell, trustee; and CL Madrin, .. The wage change survey is being Navy Recruiter
trustee. .x t n+ ti a 1 conducted to determine what After four years of duty on the

The Association Is recognizedby changes, If any have occuredin staff of the Air News she will
h the local labor market since leave Saturday for NTC San Diego( ,
the Navy It was stated, as a
the last full-scale survey in Jan- Calif., andRecruiters School. From
top level management organizationand uary of 1963. there she will travel to the Main
Its membership is restrictedto .
master mechanics and fore- .Jtk 00 The effective date of the new Recruiting Station Los Angeles.She .
only .
't/ schedule of wages, If warranted will share Wave recruiting
men in the employ of the Navy. 1 L ..
based on data obtained in this sur- duties for 'the Southern California
These men serve as superintendents -
of large divisions or shops AN OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE, La land P. Whitmire, is congratulated vey, will be no later than 45 and Arizona area with another ""

and are the top level industrial for his 40 years Federal service by Captain JamesR. days excluding Saturdays and Sun- Wave first class petty officer.

supervisors of the Navy CivilSer- Compton, NAS CO (left) and Captain Robert H. Fagan, O&R days following the order date, During her stay at NAS Mae

vice. Officer. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) but may be effected sooner. (.S'ev Quill( I'age 8)



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Services at the All .... \ i : '

Saints' Chapel : ..Wi _, '

8:30 a.m. Service of tbly Com- The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian En'terprise'Newspaper
munion distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Worship Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

9:30: a.m. Sunday School for ages NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 'Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday before
Ifc'OOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
ship Telephone EV>7711, Ext. 8162.
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship Advertisements solicited the publisherand queries
WEDNESDAY concerning such should] be directed the Holt Publishing

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Company, 4724 Clyde] Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.
.4: Telephone] 359.4040 or 3590271.

7:30 p.m.. Senior Choir Rehearsal -
: : VOL. 21 NO. 45 JANUARY 30, 1964

Catholic Services at St. Edward's.

Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hospital -
-- irY/ 5MI E...
SUNDAY MASS Chaplain's Message

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital

9:00 a.m.Chapel& 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's C Er By James F. Agnew, Chaplain, USN NATTUTo

DAILY MASS TAE ask a person the sum of 2x2 for the future as well as good self-
is equivalent to an insult. Yet, discipline.To .
St. Edward's Chapel
11:30 a.m.
apparently there Is ample just- owe more than one can repay -
MONDAY & TUESDAY 4 ification in asking this simple to be debt ridden and con-

4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTU question for our society Is filled stantly harrassed by duns and reminders -

FRIDAY Editorial with people who seem to think that brings frustration,
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital r 2x2 equals eight. It Is basic arith- anxiety, and worry. To be over-

SATURDAY If Tax Bite Smarts metic to figure one's expendituresIn extended and under obligation to
9:00 a.m. SuEdward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY view of the amount of one's creditors is to borrow trouble

Income. If a person makes $4000 Perhaps simple logic suggests that t
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Consider AlternativesMark per year it is sheer nonsense to we "owe no man anything but to
Masses spend $6000. Despite cold logic love one another." Simple arith-

Catechism Classes: Grade School Twain, like many other conscientious Americans, had his many attempt It. metic applied with diligence and
SATURDAY say about paying taxes. After reading how a foreign country withdrew The trend living Is to buy Items logic should bring many out of the
appropriations from public schools because of the expense of main- and goods which are desirable RED and into the BLACK.
10:00 All Saints' Activities
a.m. taining an army Mr. Twain wrote: rather than Items which provide for

building 722NURSERY "Why, I remember the same thing was done when I was a boy on basic needs. Moreover, In pur-

The Naval Air Station Nursery the Mississippi River. There was a proposition in a township there to chasing luxury Items as well as Blood Donors
discontinue public schools because they were too expensive. An old basic goods, the Installment plan
located in Building 560 on Child
Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun-, farmer spoke up and said if they stopped the schools they would not seems to be the only way for many NamedSixteen
day morning Parents attending save anything, becuase every time a school was closed a jail had to people. A place to livefood to eat,
be built. and clothes the
to wear are essential -
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- enlisted persons recent-
leave children In In other words, It may be difficult to pay taxes cheerfully, but not things needed In a home.
vices may young ly donated blood to the Naval Hospital -
the nursery without charge. so much so if we stop to consider the alternatives. There are, of course, many other Blood Donor Center.
Without adequate tax collection In the United, States public high- goods and comodities which are
Donors from NAS Communicatins -
ways wouldn't be as smooth public schools would be run-down and needed, and if possible should be
were Walter V, ET3
: Delany ;
hopelessly overcrowded, public parks would be almost non-existent, had, but not at the, sacrifice of
President Resigns and the public everything from streetlamps to lighthouses would be solvency. Richard J, Gutierrez AA; RobertL
Jakway RM1; Sheila E. Ka-
and shabbier.
Dr. Rose Franzblau noted
Navy Commission Americans who grumble loudly each year at tax time would do chiatrist In her book "The Plea-psy- vanaugh, RM2;Michael W. Lenling,
SA James H Sheets, ETR2 Ted
well to remember a very old business principle--you don't get some- sures of Boredom" Illustrates
Washington AFPS PresidentLyndon Sparks, AN Richard R. Templeton -
( )- ; thing for nothing. ;
pointedly need of cultureto
B. Johnson submitted his AA and Arnold C.
; Tournquist,
resignation as a lieutenant commander : Who Is In a better position to see what tax money can do than those perform the routine, the humdrum RMC.
in the United States Naval 1. of us in the Armed Forces Tax money helps pay our salaries, provides and the necessary duties of
Reserve and Navy Secretar., for our medical care and accounts for our retirement benefits. life while enjoying them. Initially, Donors from U. S. Naval }Hospital -
Paul H. Nitze were Joseph D. Brown,HM1,
accepted it.
The dollars that
tax keep men In uniforms give our country It Is not a joy to cut the budgetand
Secretary Nitze, in his letter of' r a strong and well-equipped Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps hue to the line. However, when and Arthus L. Howell, HM2.

Jan said: 18"Navy accepting and the Marine resignation Corp I,* the same forces, if you' e forgotten, that guard this nation's Ideals ways of budgeting the Income are Donors from VP-30 were: Dar-
: and make It possible to have "the best that rold E, Abrams, ADR3; Gerald
personnel take great pride in the t money can buy established and the balance sheetis
distinguished service you pei- In the black, a sense of sat- M. Kierczynski, AN; and AlfredI.
Spit 'n I. Latyuna, SN.
formed with the Navy during isfaction pervades the a-r. It Is
WWII. Your support since thai From Data Processing: GeraldT.
good bookkeeping it is
time has covered broad : Life good Kasinec, MA3.
a range; Military Has Rewards business and lays a firm foundation
of fields and has materially contributed -----_._ .._._...
to the greatly improve{I Washington (AFPS)--Any serviceman who can't stand shoe polish I ,
strength of the Navy over the t ;! under his fingernails or brass wax on his knuckles should consider rl '

past several years assignment to Armed Forces ceremonial units here. P .> :

-.. "I speak for Vie entire Department . Ceremonial troops_ from the Army Old Guard ((3d Inf.) at Ft. .... 2
of the Navy when I thank .
Myer va., the Naval Station: at ', '
you for the contribution you have Anacostia Md., Bolling AFB and of "well done." >,
made to our service" the Marine Barracks have all ''
the '
In face, 19-year-oldSeamanAp- '' :
spit 'n polish work they can han- prentice Edward Nemeth, who p : ,

GPO Offering EditionOf dle.But bore the presidential colors in Mr. :.", iY Ft: m
it's a big source of pride Kennedy's funeral, has won him-
Kennedy Eulogies for them. self something of a fan club.
These are the men who take Some
letters of
Washington (AFPS) Americans praiseto
will probably never forget part Presidential ceremonies secretaries of services. Navy
the stirring eulogies to the late and high-level heads-of-state and Secretary Paul B. Nitze received
President John F Kennedy delivered military: ceremonies In official several commending Nemeth and E.
in the rotunda of the
Washington. the secretary chimed in with a i :
United States Capitol
also the
They're same men who formal
A special edition of the wards of commendation of young
Mike Mansfield. ,Senate Majority gained International renown for Nemeth's "exemplary conduct and
Leader: Earl Warren. Chief Justice their splended demeanor as they) appearance"
of the Supreme Court and marched in the funeral
proces- A Napa, Calif., man wrote Ne-
John W McCormack. Speaker of sion of the late President John F.
meth of TJiz
the House has been printed by : "Many us will long remember :
the government.This Kennedy you, tall, straight, lightof -
booklet. Catalog No 88-1S: Many of the millions who watched step, marching with such poise ONE OF THE LAST
doc. 46. is available from the Su the cortege In person or on and dignity." PHOTOS taken of former Naval Hospital
- perintendent of Documents. Government television were so struck by thetroops' Other letters of Commanding Officer, Capt. J, M. Hanner for the Jax Air News,
praise com- shows
Printing Office. Washing performance and "ex- presenting a gallon blood donor gold medallion to
ton. D. C. 20402. for five cents mented on everything from pre- Harold C. Sauerwein YN2 of
per copy or 100 copies for $3.75. cellent military) bearing" that it cision marching to, of course, Capt. Hanner suffered, the Military Personnel Office.
moved them to write expressions shiny shoes and sparkling brass. a fatal heart attack at NAS last Friday.
(see story page 1)). (FAPL)

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The Department of the Navy Is
extremely interested In educ-
ational opportunities for the depen-
dents of active retired(with pay)
and deceased Navy and Marine
Corps personnel To this end
the Personal Affairs Division of
the Bureau of Naval Personnel
maintains information concerning ,
various scholarships andconcessions -
.. available to Navy and Marine
The Personal Affairs Division COMPLETE
(PERS G221)) publishes aScholar- FOR ONLY
ship Pamphlet (NAVPERS15003)which ) / '
Includes listings of bulletins,
pamphlets and books of related $317l
interest and descriptions of var- .
ious scholarships and other assist- I / / .
ance related specifically to military .
Most of these scholarships share
several requisites In common. Re-

cipients must, primarily demonstrate -L ss "'---- I .JJ I --J 111'!.
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financial need. They must + -
also be high school graduates and
have reasonably sound\ scholastic
backgrounds. The scholarshipsare
generally granted to students
who qualify in certain categories
(lI1I lI-
dependent on their service parenr-s :
status. Some scholarships are
awarded to orphans of veteransof
the World Wars and the Korean
Conflict; some are granted to of-
ficers' dependents some to 4 l
enlisted dependents others to
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either. Some scholarships are I + '
granted to dependent sons, othersto 1 = .. .... ,c,t '. oECOUto uraattoortatt

dependent daughters. If you .:....:;-
are a serviceman officer or enlisted .PLUS
there are scholarships
available which will help you put MATTRESS
your children through college.For .
general scholarships, the
best source of information Is eithera AND BOX SPRINGS
student's guidance counselors or 1
his high school principal Theycan ./
assist him In taking advant- :
age of educational opportunities ,
especially scholarships offered on M
a "one-time" basis. If your
child desires to attend particular
college or \university, he should
write to the Director of Admissions
requesting a catalogue and specifyhis
interest in obtaining a scholar- BEDROO
ship. In most instances you will ,
find that the catalogues list the a

number of scholarships being SPECTACULA .
offered their value and the requisites .....
to be met. Chain
For Information on service- 6 PIECES Jrafetft
oriented scholarships write:
Bureau of Naval Personnel Double Dresser Drawer Chest
(PERS G221)Department ) Tilting Beveled Mirror Bookcase Bed SEPARATELY FOR Deluxe modern dinette set in beautiful ffl'AtA1' >

25 of,the D.C.Navy Mattress Box Springs contemporary bronze finish built to top $ '
Your Choice of 2 Popular Finishes: $12 9 standards with high pressure plastic 29
SCUTTLEBUTTExcHA American Walnut Sea Mist ONI table top, with set of 4 matching chairs.

A REG. 39.50 MATTRESS COMPLETE GROUP Extension Table and 6 Chairs

| a& B&esrQSflov] A REG. 39.50 BCX SPRING Similiar To Illustration. 59 95.

"There is only ONE Normandy \Wayside\ Furniture Center"

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JANUARY 30. 1 1961 I

HEWS ... .
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131 Donate


One hundred thirty one civilian a

Just outside Main Gate -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office employees of the Naval Air Station,

BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND Jacksonville recently volunteeredblood Civilian
to the NAS Navy ,.j

OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES Blood Bank.Employees. of the Overhaul and *

Repair Department are to be con- -\i:
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COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER gratulated since they not only met \ 1

PHONE 387-9351 but exceeded the quota assigned.In IiA ,1
recognition and appreciation of Ii' '' .
their efforts to maintain a supplyof t',! 't .......\,

whole blood for civilian THIRTY YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE to the federal government
employees and their families the. brought recognition to Orie N. Smith, of O&R Dept last

names of the volunteers are published Friday in the office of Copt. J. R. Compton, HAS CO. (|left)

herewith of letter a appreciation was witnessed by
M' w' ';' Smith's receiving a
." R.D. Hoffman 5 Samuel D. Reason; the O&R Officer, Capt. R. H. Fagan. Smith also received the
Eugene L. Westerwelle; H. L, Navy's anchor-type lapel emblem. He spent 8 years in the Marine .
Lumpkin; R, C. Lewis; John J. Corps and has worked here at the O&R Dept. for 22 years
Vollonr Wensten William P. Barnett; J.
(Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)Services' )
H. Roberts, Jr.; R. G. Splinter;
O. U. Bonifay; R C. Scott; R.E. -
$1788 Vansant; J. H. Frazer;P. R. Roney; Under-25
R. D. Boone; W W. Baty; D. L. Group
Approximately 18 MINUTES from the base, South on Hiway 17. Nelson; F. G, Brooks; Paul B.

Clark; James F. Burns; GeorgeE. Has Highest Accident Rate
CLAYTON REVELS Horn; Junior F. Teske; T. G,

I,. 'Aune' ; Isaiah Crews; John E. Washington (AFPS) -- A study of highway accidents Involving US
nuHitlt/ Ino. Haves; Irma Thomas; Edward P. reveals that the "under-25"
CfcujAffi/o r Armed Forces personnel age group
Doherty; Thomas 0. Varnadoe;
has the highest accident rate.
1050 N.Orange Ave., GREEN COVE SPRINGS Madison E. Montgomery; Harry H. Look at one statistic this way:
Wade; J. G. Braun; J. G. Avent; friends--one 21-
to two
You're an enlisted man waving goodbye
PHONE 264-6555 JACKSONVILLE DIRECT H. W. Hoyt; H. J. Stevens; JoelM.
Shener; C. C. Starratt, Jr.;* year-old and the other 28whoare
John R. Strickland; Earl W. Bauer; leaving separately by car on
Henry Brodowski; Charles S. V. C. Fisher; J. R. Butler; Dale weekend passes.Statistically,your
M Olden; James C. Kwaak; KennethA. L. Leek: W. L. Davis;Lemon Hall; older friend has a 70 percent better
Perry; Darrell D. Haley; Clar- Charles R. Stanley; H A. Scott; chance of making it back to
Up in the air witha ence M. Anderson; James D. Harold W. Neil; R.. V, Geiger; base without suffering bodily Injury
and F.
Brown; Andrew R. Carlson Arline B. Vogel; Mary In an auto accident.

James D, Rio; Robert L. Borln; Washington. Navy statistics show the acci

? Jo Ann Kelley; Jerry M. Houston; Public Works DeptN. dent rate of Its personnel under
money problem Joseph Gillespie; Morris Lifshutz; 25 to be 70 percent higher than
Robert Wills; J. B. Blackwelder; F. Gillis; Frank H. James: the An Air Force
-- D. Wells C. V. Bell Sr. next age group.
Raphael ; :
E. H. ; W. J. Hagedorn;
"- = study reveals that the airmen in
--:;:-".i.--= T. G. Hightower; B. G. Lucas; G. P. Hancock. ; and Henry C.
-, the three lowest grades, who make
S. P. Toland; C. H. Kitts; MauriceT. Taylor up 40 percent of the enlisted
Samples; B. F. Morley; J. E,
Supply Dept.A. strength, account for 55 percent
Bradstreet E. L. Duke E. M.
; ;
the fatalities and to Air
Campbell; J, J. Wells; 1... Byrd; L. Daymude; K. L. Jones Jar Injuries
L. A. Finn; Charles C. Riddle; rell 0. Gay; Clarence Williams; Force men.
". j' Jesse E. Wright; High I. Duncan; James E. Smith; land. Frank R. The same Air Force report also and
.PGet- shows that lieutenants
? W. M. Crouse; N. P. Rogers; Henderson.
s captains, who comprise 65 percent
R. E. Willis Theodore Poweski
; ;
Miscellaneous Group
-;;;;;::: of the officer strength, account
Richard Kemen; Larry R.
Elsie W. Teets for 80 percent of the high-
Woodrum; Anthony Martinello; W. Comptroller
C. Rhodes; Charles L. Broome; Department; Edna E. Sutherland way fatalities and injuries among

G. E. McKinley; M T, Newman; Comptroller Department; Henry Air Force officers.
: G. A. Arline; E. J. Brozek; John B. Masterson Industrial Relations Studies by the Army, Navy Air
L. LaDavia; Michael B. Masters; Department; William P. Force and Marine Corps reveal
Jesse D. O'Qulnn; George McCoy; Groom Security Department; two glaring facts: (1)) proportion-
Jen J. Bailey; Hugh H. Flanagan; Mary Dowling Data Processing ately, the younger age groups are
Dell P. Hoard; William H Funk; Systems Department; Patricia A. Involved in the most accidents,
Robert L. Kronholm; Hugh K. Mit- Alderman Data Processing Sys- and ((2)-) haste is a serviceman'sbiggest
chell; Daniel E. Pack;Thomas Ab- tems Department; Jesse L. enemy of the highways.
boud; Paul P. Jarrell; W. T. Mal- Moore Naval Hospital;and Nollie Many young servicemen who
oney; L. W. James; R. H. Smith; Bryant Naval Hospital. leave on pass or short leave attempt -
to "save" on valuable passor
leave time by driving "straight
a loan from HFC
GET AMISSILE through" In pre-estimated time.

While a man driving against time
For real down-to-earth help with any money problem, AGE DEAL is fostering excessive speed, his
v see IIFC. More than 100,000 servicemen every year risks also include fatigue,
borrow with confidence from our military loan spec decreasing reaction time, road
ialists, you can, too. Get a Traveloan] for going home, ,...., hypnosis and wear and tear on the
a Shopper's Loan for clothes or a car, a Payment NEW CARS vehicle.
Reducer or Bill Payer Loan to consolidate debts. taking
The services are now
Just ask us. We know the best way to meet your need! Lowest Prices bloodshed.
steps to halt highway
O Highest Trade-in Allowance on
Among them are shorter limits
0 Easy Terms The NiC3t Treatment in Town passes driving workshops at the

BORROW UP TO $600 sr J post or base level and large scale

l TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY iI USED CARS civilian-military safety programs
f lf .. any reasonable measure to cut
ON LOANS AT CROUP RMK Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots the growing list of off-duty
ul 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. and Injured service personnel."Are .

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SHOP IN THE SHADOW would like to ask before cons'd-
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 eying the evidence" asked

Cedar Hills Shopping Center ( j GORDON IHOMPSON Judge."Your honor," said one Tur
.; 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 "a couple of us would like! to Knew
If the defendant boiled the 11all
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 "Jacksonville's ., i jji Center" one or two hours, and how d"' 1e

Abate office open Friday evenings until$ P..". keep the yeast out?" -- tachtn >'



JANUARY 30. 1964

History of Comm i1i. m
Sailor Awarded '

Fevered Industry Rush Scout HonorsIt ."' <,' )L t .f

isn't often that a Navyman -.;: l!
becomes an Eagle Scout, but Harold .

Grips a ; Growing RussiaSeventh attached Ganiko to, the an Naval airman Air apprentice Techni- T' 1 I

cal Training Unit here, did Just
( of a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism that Thursday, Jan. 16.
by MSgt. alter Stewart, USMC. Reprinted by AFPS from the San The whole thing started when
Diego Chevron Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Calif.) Capt. C. G. Strum, NATTU Com-
The third decade of the 20th Century was largely used by the Soviet manding Officer, received a letter
Union--which Is to say Stalin, since he was the prime power of that that said; Ganiko, who lived on a
Republic--to entrench. Industry, Stalin's personal position, thestrengthof pineapple plantation at Kualapuu,
the Communist Party, and military ml ht--all were solidified.The Hawaii), before enlisting in the
Thirties began in a fever- Navy, had completed requirementsfor
ed rush of industrialization, i.e., iculous charges and only were Eagle Scout, the l highest rankIn
the carrying out of the Five-Year honored with farcical trials. scouting, Just prior to his enlistment TWO MAKE TEN..Commander J. S. Walker, Officer in Charge of
Plan begun in 1928. In bringingthe Trotsky was sentenced to death, and asked that arrange- FAETULANT Detachment TWO congratulates (L&R) B. D. Mel.
directors of industry to heel, In absentia (he was later assas ments be made to present it to ton, ADJ3 and E. L. Tucker, AMH3 on their promotions, which
Stalin was, in the words of author sinated in Mexico in 1940)). him. Arrangements were made by brings FAETU's new year total to 10 rated and 2 designated
I. Deutscher, "the arch-in- In the late Thirties, the Russian LCDR C. L. Haverty, NATTU's strikers. (Navy Photo)
timidator, the arch prodder, and people were given two gifts: a Scouting Representative, to pre-
the arch-cajoler. ." constitution and a new "authen sent the award at a Council Courtof
There was appreciable opposi- tic" history. Honor held Thursday, Jan. 16, ,1 h Serving all Jacksonville"with
tion, both agriculturally and industrially The constitution,among Us high- in Jacksonville.
to the unrealistic goalsof sounding democratic phrases,permitted Ganiko was sponsored by JohnB. r ", 'Ilk FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS
the Five-Year Plan; Stalin was no opposition parties. Fricke, a Machine Accountant -
forced to slow down and a second "Freedom for several parties," Seaman in NATTU's Tabulating :: [-SERVICE I
Five-Year Plan ((1932-1937)) was Stalin said, "can exist only In a Machines Unit who serves as. .,,,,,,
not so ambitious. Nevertheless, society In which there are antago- Scoutmaster of Troop 131, sponsored -
by the end of the decade. Rus- nistic classes, whose interests are by the Naval Air Technical
sia's economic attainments were mutually hostile and irreconcilable. Training Unit.In EAGERTON PLUMBINGCompany
amazing: coal Increased 300 per- In the USSR there is an impressive ceremony,
cent; oil production was up 200 ground for only one party." Fricke, an Eagle Scout from Per- Inc.
percent; steel, employmentand The new history, written by ryvllle, Mo., presented Ganiko to ,
education had made impressive Stalin's secretaries, rewrote the Court of Honor welcoming
advancements. every event of Importance in the him to the Brotherhood of the most 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761

Economic Improvement brought light of the purge trials. advanced area of scouting.
much popularity to Stalin, even Next week: Prosperity Before Fricke also discussed the differences -
from "white (as opposed to "red" War. in scouting In Hawaii and
revolutionary) Russians, who began on the Mainland, pointing out that THE BANK OFORANGE
to accord him the status of Wife to husband shaving: "DearI while scouting varies from one part
national hero. want to try out the color film in of the country to another, scout- PARK
He had, in effect, employed in my new camera.Cut yourself." .. ing varies even more in Hawaii
peace time what many governmentshave Scandal Sheet, Graham (Tex) Rotary because of the tremendously different -

done in war: control and Club. environment.. . .
- - -
direct Industrial and agraraln ra..rROOSEVELT ...
COMPLETE. : ,,,. .
BP" VM i --
production. He strayed from other CONFIDENTIAL.i". In that he used forceto .. 1.1:
governments ... ...
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accommodate the deal rea ends.In MALL .-.- ..r'-r-. ..,'0, ,....' J I "
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strengthening his own posi- BANKING 1 .
tion, Stalin held the infamous "-lr. n1
trials of 193638. He felt purge ser- SERVICE ..;...---1 ,..', :!.... 1"1.. ."' 'r
ious crises were ahead--as, Indeed "' ....
they were--and he wantedto j'
take no chances on the over-
throw of his regime by other political -'

With leaders.Andrei Vyshinsky as pros- OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: til 1:30: P.M. ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA Member
ecuter, Stalin sent to their deathsall F.D.I.C.
those he considered capable of Located- in The Roosevelt Mall Shopping center on Roosevelt'Blvd
establishing a go\ernment.Warm-
ing to his work, he also doomed EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY ; ;
thousands of others to prisonsand : ;
concentration camps.In : \ :
the military alone, he arrested FREE i : ,.,
whom some fell 20,000 before officers the (manyof WITH CAR WASH f, :"....: BELLAIR ..,.. "'k";t.; iI i-
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JANUARY 30, 1964
!AGE 6 .. .

i Cobra Poses Big Threat To Ferrari unhurried Time

Can Save LivesEven

... .

I : I ebring 12-Hour durance Race If you don't want to believe -

It, getting up a few minutes
By J. C. Davis,
Ferrartl earlier at this grey fog-bound time
and speed, that the word Ferrari of can make the whole
I There is hardly any doubt In anyone's mind, who knows racing year day
I ) means-, speed, excitement and thrills: But here's another one, Cobra. more pleasant and safer.
Many racing fans have heard tell The National Safety Council advises -

of the mighty feats of the Cobra, persons traveling to workor
but very few have ever had the to school to start the new year
:: pleasure of seeing one. Like the right by allowing themselves sufficient -
T Ferrari, you won't find it on the time for an unhurried pre-
f street in town. There is one place paration to face the day ahead.
j A e_, c' a y. ll aIr you can see them together, how- Winter weather clogs travel,
.w" ; En- whether on foot or In vehicles
1 6 ever, at the Sebring 12-Hour
durance Race, Sebring, Florida, so much of the time at this season
March 21.Ferrari. that people are likely to find them-
h na'wat.rr usually has a field dayat selves hurried and hurried before

Sebring and other Grand Prixs, the start of the day. They try
but the famed builder and designer, to close the minute gap by doing
> Mr. Ferrari, himself, stated that without a good breakfast, by gulp-
the threat of the Ford Company's Ing their coffee, by putting pre-
f :- : Cobra to the Ferrari Company is cipitous haste above alert care-
: ; 1jS 1j- no longer an Idle boast. fulness on the busy or slippery
I With the Cobra being a Ford streets of out metropolitan com-

-S Sr powered car and a confirmed entry munities by Ignoring some safety
'MD 1 L' r ti 7 1;r In the race It's possible a rules of the road In driving.
new breed of car may well add Its The Council warns that this
IN/ GOOD SHAPE-Lately Lilo $ .
sometimes results In drastic and
laurels to the championship ros-
Palter hat a trim figure and a "
ters of the racing car develop- Immediate accidents. A few of the
% r
winning intlle--enough oa lure a> ments. tragic accidents which occurredIn
for any man. The European lass, .' this last
This year's Sebring 12-Hour vicinity year were
a tempting model if we- ever taw 0 ? caused the hurried
Enduro will feature a new development reportedly by
a one, doublet ai a Hollywood movie THEY'RE OFF"Thts Is the way they start at the Sebrtng 12actreit. of cars that might bring drivers who did not have sufficient
which underway March 21, at 10 a.m.
Hour Endurance Race, gets better than a 100-M.P.H average. time to:
to wind up four days of great stock car and motorcycle racing. The specticle will start at least a. Slow down for the school bus.b. .

,...------------------11.. .-.' ; J sixty-five of. the. world's fastest. Reduce speed when caution
cars piloted by the cream of tne> light was evident.
II I 1 world's auto racing pilots. Among c. Drive within posted speed

I ._ these will be the great Graham Hill, limit.d. .
1ia4hQo England's famous world champion Make a complete stop at
I i, .. Grand Prix driver. A.J. Foyt of stop signs.At .
I Ii Iz Houston Texas, also will be on other times It just producesan
\ & hand along with many, many more. off-beat feeling that may triggeran
Leading the bill of goods on accident or other unpleasantness -

I 1838 Cassat Avenue PHONE EV 4.4556 Wednesday and Thursday, March later in the day.A .
24 Newly modernized lanes 0 Fully air-conditioned 18-19, will be the runs for prac- good breakfast is man's best

I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities I tices and qualifying times. Friday, friend In the wintry morning's
Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work the 29th, there will be the roar of light; an unhurried approach to
I the world renown motorcycle the day's work supplies an
BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE jockies and their I swift machines.On emotional and mental foundationfor
I i this same day the sounds of a safe healthy day. Get upa
I FREE GAME open manifolds of the Internationalstock few minutes earlier In winter
I cars will be heard throughout and start the day right.

I ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE.VANDERBILT. Saturday, March 21, will be the USD Club

GRAHAM HILL (right), last day to watch for, as machines Thursday, January 30
l!_____ ...1 years world champion Grand from all over the world take the Homemade Goodies Night
track for the 12-hours of
Prix driver of the Seb/ing! 12- longest
rubber and that January 31
screaming engines Friday,
Hour Endurance Race, dis
will never be forgotten as 65 cars
cusses race and track con Last HopSaturday
for cash and the Day
compete prizes
8 I TIRES ditions. famed Alitalia trophy. February 1

I Odd Size Party "prizes"

The Firm Of Coffee hour 10:00 a.m.

Monday, February 3
Training Class and Volunteer
.. I is pleased to announce '
meeting : p.m.
the association of Dance Honoring new girls 8:00:

WALTER J. SCHUB, USH (RET.) p.m.11:00: p.m.
!Silt 1 Ihr 21 fir 15.32 as military r<'/'rcstfflilM'/> Game Night
1 for 983 S40i15 113 IIH Real Estate /Department/
17W5 IU 11H 35.31
"MS 11 Jl 2261 4332 ACL BLDG. 355.5474 Res. 7210851Auto Wednesday, February 5
2 for 18' 160115 131 IJ 21 El 51J2
150114 1211 21ES 4S12 Disc Jockey show dance contest
: 1413 21.ES S512 H
4 for 3532 siCOlll\ 1113 12.El 1332 USO St. Augustine, Florida has
11.13 21.ES 13.12
<40i15- 70ilS- 00i1 II ml13 1113 22EI 4312TUItmi LiabilityINSURANCE moved to Llghtner Museum build-
NYLON IUCXWAU ADD 1.00 ON M"TUIIU1I THIS Ing Cordova St. enterance. Club
All Tirti PI"",. Tox &.Exchangt-N $3.00 Add-On If Old Tire Not CoppotU will be open:

Fridays 5:00: p.m. 11:00 p.m.
FRONT fflDSPECIAL ROTATION Saturdays 10:00: am.11:00: p.m.
6 FREE E MOUNTING We Insure AnyoneMcDOUGALL'S Sundays 10:00: a.m. 10:00 p.m.

After a Chicago judge characterized

MAIN STRUT CIDAK HILLS SOUTHSIDI AGENCY Carllnvllle, 111, Lions as"hicks"
.. 1594 tU4. IM.CWwHJU 1244 ffcilln Hhrtyn
17** MAIN ( .. *.2oi Near Main Gate HAS, JAX.Phone EV 8-7676 a local restauranteur advertised -
114lCJt"SANDY Shmtog C.Ur.rl) *A **M htm Ptitt In his window, "Special
PIlItiN' 6463 Roosevelt Blvd MONTHLY PAY PLAN
"CROSSO, o.'d.. fer
o. .Wt4l1n4ey".M. plate for hicks, 652 ; cir-
....... I CRIII,..... CARROLL am,Mr. slickers, $1.65."


JANUARY 30, 1964

"0" Club CPO Club Acey Duecy Blue Jackets Inn MARRIAGE 15 THEPIFFERENCE

Thursday, January 30
Thursday, January 30 Club Doin's P iNG1J.U: 1tWN
Happy Hour -3:30 p.m. .6:00: Open

Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Friday, January 31 Thursday, January 30 Thursday, January 30 .

Friday, January 31 Happy Hour 4:00p. m.6:00 p. m. Dance Contest Carl Boyd and

Happy Hour! 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Dance to Johnny Arnold Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m.12:00

Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Friday, January 31 a.m. Friday, January 31 ( Charlie Jay 8:00 p.m. -12OOam. Saturday, February 1 Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings dllcJ .

Saturday, February 1 9:00 p.m.100 a.m.
Phil and Chantels 8:30p. m. ,
Dance to the Cavaliers Cay /
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:30: p.m. 12:30 a. m.Saturday. Saturday, February 1

Cappies Combo 8:30: p.m. Sunday, February 2 February 1 Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings I / l' .
12:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m1:00 a.m.
Dance to Charlie Jay ) \'
Sunday, February 2 March Wilson and Redcoats Sunday, February 2 .. -_ .., -
-- -
Monday, February 3 8:30.12:30 a. m. -
Buffet 6:00 p.m. 9:00: p.m.
March Wilson and Red Coats 8:00
Steamship Round Prime Ribs, Pizza Night
Sunday, February 2 p.m. 12:00 a.m.
Fried Chicken
Game Night 5:30 m. -
Tuesday, February 4 p.
Monday, February 3 Open 7:30: p. m. Monday, February 3 THREE GENE ATIONSUNIFORMS
Marc Castle 8:30 p. m. -
Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. 6:00 p.m.
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 5 11:30 p. m.Monday. Dining and Dancing

Tuesday February 4 Open 4
Tuesday, February
Happy Ibur 4:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m.
Foreign Dishes of France Tuesday, February 4 Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. CIVILIAN

Wednesday, February 5 MoviesMovies Game Night 7:30p.m.9:30 p. m. CLOTHESCustom

Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. will be shown regularlyat Wednesday, February 5 Wednesday, February 5 Tailored to
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00: p.m. 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- InStockService
Family Night Fried Chicken urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Open Game Night 8:00 p.m. measure or

Saturday;_and Sunday, at the Main-.
side and NATTU Theaters and at JOWC Notes NO DEPOSIT
I My wife has been bugging me 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hos- 11.- 6 Months to PAY
for years to buy her a fur coat. pital Theater. These times are The Junior Officers Wives Club
When she started in again on the subject to change. of Jacksonville will present
subject I finally told her: "Look, Thursday'January 30 The NAS CI&E Office Is plan- "Rlvista DI Cappelli Itallanl" SEAFARER $35
If you keep after me for a fur ning to organize additional off- Wednesday, February 5, at the Tailor made Blues...
coat much longer, you'll get me Mainside Billy Bud Robert duty group classroom study Officers Club. .1 HOUR DRY CLEANING
mad and bring out the beast In me." Ryan, Peter Ustinov courses. Interested persons may John Bumstead of Iveys will be PRESSINGFAST
"Oh, that's all right," she replied NATTUnlt Life In Danger complete this form and turn It the commentator for the occasion. LAUNDR
"we've got a mousetrap a- Darrin Nesbit, Julie Harris Into the I&E Office Bldg. 955, The following Hospital Wives ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS
round here someplace." Ark- Hospital Sunrise at Campbello via yard mall (Indicate level of will attend as hostesses: Mrs.R.J.
Greer Carson, Ralph Bellamy USAFI course desired. Example: Cales and Mrs. N.A.Hoopingarneras
beginning algebra, 1st year col- Co-chairmen. Models wtll be:
Friday, January 31 lege english, etc.) Mrs. D.L. Seig; Mrs. H.R. Dem-
Baptist.RREAfl Malnside Follow that Dream Ing; Mrs. M.C. Doss; Mrs. WG.
!! Elvis Presley, Ann Helm NAME Lawson; Mrs. M.P. Barnsteln; it bNEXT
NATTUnlt Billy Bud Robert Mrs. T.W. Tober; Mrs. D.D.
Rank/Rate' Phillips; Mrs. K.A. Parmalee and
i Ryan, Peter Ustinov
Hospital Life In Danger -Uarrin DeptDlvPhone Mrs. D.R. Gllllngham.
NATALIE No." ,. Reservations should be made
Nesbit, Julie
prior to noon February 3 with
: WOOD i it Saturday, February 1 I am Interested In registeringfor the reservation chairman Mrs. TO NAS JAX'
P.N. Jula at 771-4809 or Mrs.T .
Malnside All the Way Home a course : EV
t There is a moment Jean Simmons, Robert Preston L Beven Ext 8644.
long moment-when SIEVE!I NATTUnit Follow that Dream -
: :
risked everything with is i Elvis Presley, Ann Helm 2. JIM BYRONFLIGHT

the proper M QUEEN t tI Hospital Billy Bud Robert
cjI Peter Ustinov ;
I stranger I Ryan, Branch 91
I Sunday, February 2 The quarterly memberships a-
r + Mainslde Amazons of Rome ward steak dinner of Branch 91 I

I ,1 Louis Jordan, Slyvia Syms will be held February 1, at 6 p.m.
f.. NATTUnlt All the Way Home until 7:30 p.m.
I I n Jean Slmmonf, Robert Preston The menu will be "T" bone
1 r Hospital Follow that Dream steak, bake potatoes, toss salad, rR
1 Ii t Elvis Presley, Ann Helm hot rolls and coffee.

I :: Monday, February 3 The purpose of these steak MILITARY COMPETENCE WRIPHONE' TTEN EXAM INSTRUCTION
1 dinners is to award the Shipmatesthat
r Malnslde Twilight of Honor have recruited three or more 3

I ; Richard Chamberlain, Nick new or reinstated members In the NATIONAL AIRLINES HAHSALES'RENTALFLIGHT 1 I'
., : Adams past Quarter. INST RUCTION GROUND SCHOOL .
I "rJi:: NATTUntt Amazons of Rome -
t : 'A' l Louis Jordan, Slyvia Syms .fI' r
+: : _!
f ," 'b '
IIove: Hospital All the Way Home ,
WITH THe I Robert Preston ,:; !tr /: "
,.I. ,J.'r,. ,.:,',,,..x..
DI(9PeR( I Is Tuesday, February 4
Mainslde Two for the Seesaw -
Robert Mitchum Shirley Mc- (
I '
RANGeR, Lain 'V \.
.,&RMOto scHutshi NATTUnlt Twilight of Honor -
i Richard Chamberlain, Nich
t. J the Friendly Folks at
Hospital Amazon of( Rome .,.. '.1" ,, .
1 .,.... .
1 Louis Jordan, Slyvia Syms 1.''''' ''
SNOW Wednesday, February 5 'a ,,; t Vyv 1234 KING STREET

of Passion ..
Malnside Season
,_ near Park Street
t Ernest Brognine, Ann Baxter -* ; C/ 1
i N'ATTUnit Two for the Seesaw .7 384-7541

\ Robert Mitchum,Shi rleyMcLatn Member F.fX/.C./
Hospital Twilight of Honor -

i e. ,_ j Adams Richard Chamberlain, Nick .


Sheila Becomes Centurion ''\ ",t ', '*':!*:,,.:;,,1','0'0'0 I:,'-1''" : I
'WilT 10:
r'a :" "" ._ < :
I + Y '. I,,:,<{ ,.; t 0 :- ., "_ ;: ,t,, : :<:,,
With 'The Vapor .,.*';':, '<:<:: J.",\>> ,, ,' ,>..,1..+ ""I':'''f. >': 1.2.'f \.,"
.. _. secci4! '
": : .
; """" ""I"". ',"'", >">><>y :f$:,:'<<.." :,,<::

Sheila Kavanaugh, 20-year-old of"The Vapor Tr 'Ads should be mailed to the JAX/IR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drive;
Navy Wave second class radiomanwho tion team Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than''Tuesday for publication
is the unofficial mascot of the second delay 4 s; the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline .
lax Navy Sport Parachute Club house Field, + IL will be published the following week unless the publisheris
"The Vapor Trails", made her in preparation ,..J"s' instructed otherwise A check or money order for the full cost
100th parachute jump A ..t Sunday, exhibition of of the ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad
January 26. To make certain there Florida State DO NOT SEND CASH.
was no error in her addition, she
made three more for a total of 8-9. The team RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . 51.00
103. Larry Parmer, ; Per additional line ((4 words per line). .35
Bob Etheridge, ;
y Harry Wood, ; a j"J

Although she has been With"The and Rick Marini, FOR SALE: Singer Sewing Machine FOR SALE LADAWRI QUEST
Vapor Trails" 'for almost a year Dispensary. Sri.llo for $15.00 sews perfect, all at- Q-T Custom fiber glass body,
now, and has leaped into Florida's Trolls Mascot' tachments. Call 353-1946. A-l Volkswagen chassis wheels and
atmosphere from as high 20,000 Accoring to the SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE, engine fitted with Okrasa kit com-
feet, her centurion descent was ficials, NBC INC. plete with resin fiber glass baf-
logged as a 10 second delay in the
taping Quill fling and Instructions $4,000.00
free fall from
3,600 feet. and expect to car value when finished Our price
Sheila and four other members ( from page 1))
22, -
$1,250.00 cash
ruary RETIRING? Own your own business Spring Motors
the Air News progress 3,250 sq. ft. brick market. Excellent Green Cove Springs, Fla. 284-9209
page tabloid to its' location, established trade,
pages, published by the small Investment. SALESMEN Part Time or Full
Co. ALSO, NEW COTTAGE located on Time. (Car Necessary) Repeat
Lake HalL Completely furnished Business Good. Phone. EV 8-0561
her thanks to all priced to sell. Call Mr. Bowen, (after 6 p.m. Phone 7813598.
and civilian person- Charter Realtors, 354-6761 or
for their cooperation in 387-2851 evenings.
FOR SALE 1335 Circle.
\ at Crange
I her In the editing of the
Orange Park. 3BR, Fla. Rm.Ranch
Business"f SINCER SLANT NEEDLE CON- house, cent heat, A/C, fireplace &
SPRING SOLE Model. Automatic zig-zag & fenced yard. Occupancy.
J01 has taken
button holes. Take up pmts. $6 per
GREEN COVE SPRINGS News responsibilities mo. Bal. $72. Sewing Machine
Service. 1140 "'$. Edgewood (just
off Roosevelt EV 95543. -

I dwL HOUSE 3 BR. partly furn. near CANYOU
BLACK NAS $75 mo. 6034 Ortega Farms
Blvd. EV 79116. Take your car with you?
For Financing and Insurance
\ Meat 398-5408 FOR SALE Ortega Hills 4848 stateside and overseas, call
SOUTHERN Oakside Dr. 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, $78
"A DYER M. BURR, nsnHng
FRIED mo. $100 dn. or you pay closing
A Real Old'Fasliioned
home. 5130 Greenway Dr. N.3BR, INSURANCE COMPANY
PORK 2 B, cent A/C heat, gar. porch, 5613 Timuquana Road
6259.fenced yd. built in kitchen EV 8- ;Ph. 771.0527

Center Cut PORK CHOPS...
21" CONSOLE T.V. $45.00 Works

End Cut PORK CHOPS...... real good. Prl\. party. FL94186.

Lean, Meaty SPARE RIBS. .

COME SEE US : : America w
(Continued from page II)
FOR THE BEST MEAT IN + traditional bottle of champagne.

Secretary of the Navy, Paul H.
Let Us Fill Your .KINGS. HWY.AVE.I, SOUTH Nitze, will be the principal speaker -
"Meat is Our Business Our ONLY Allen, Owner d Mgr. The keel of America was laid
In Janurary of 1961 and she Is
expected to be completed In early WESTSIDESERVING:
1965. The America's overall lengthIs
CLAYTON REVELS approximately 1,048 feet, the I
.. flight deck has a breadth of 252

CHRYSIER-PIYMOUTH, INC. feet.The. attack super-carrier will
have a full displacement of 77,000 SERVING
tons. She will have t1 ii; SOUTHWEST
a complementof
1050 -'ORANGE AVI,, GREEN COVE SPRINGS 4,900 officers and men aboard !' COUNTY DUVAL
when the Air Wing is embarked. WITH
The USS America's bite will bea COMPLETE
lot worse than her bark with 1r MODERN
surface-to-air Terrier missiles COMMERCIAL

WE CANNOT AND 1 WILL NOT BE i UNDER SOLI) and the(NTDS Naval). In Tactical the radar Data department System --
the America will have long
kryser! range radar Installations, a bow- l w..Tbvra$O $ .110 A.r oo /,
Uyj a..l
!! 1. ( 1 i mounted sonar for submarine detection F.d.vIJ0 T.l.110A AM.s i,, All I OOIY 0.r,,
and an automatic loading

WE PLEDGI 1 TO BEAT ALL ADVERTISED 1 PRICES system.Taking their place on the mighty

k.; t"v! flight deck of this mommothmonster ;
I will be four steam catapults,
.J which are able to Launch the ur
C 771-0101)
P conventional, will deliver 200,000
shaft horsepower and will push Member FDICPAGE
her great weight up to 30 knots.


' 30, 1964

$ : 1 Attali Squam10n 4Tke 4 BoB Of Attad\\" ;,. _

By Bob Ohl, JOCS ,
Many a jet job has come and gone and a lot of changes have been made (In Naval aviation since 1945
when the AD-1 first became operational in the Navy, but today the newly christen A-1H is still an Important ,. ;. ,
;,. component of the Navy. NF
,w T; As proof positive Attack Squadron 45 at NAS Jacksonville is more than willing to prove the point.

<, ,X As a part of Carrier Air Wing 4, they have the job of training all prop-driven attack pilots coming into
; the Atlantic Fleet and Hangar 116 Is a constantly busy and stimulating place for the pilots to hang their
"hard hats". ;S4
a It Isn't only pilots who run through the training phase of VA-45. The crews for all East Coast A-1H
squadrons also come to Jacksonville to get checked out on the latest in maintenance techniques and operating -
procedures. wAs
a result of this training both the pilots and the crews go to operational squadrons ready to step ; ., ,
in the first day and start pulling their full weight, eliminating the need for a long training period within
k the squadron.

At this writing VA-45 has been In commission as a training squadron a little less than a year but ,
the results have been rewarding. A total of 55 pilots and 186 crewmen have gone through the squadron.
Letters from every commanding officer of East Coast A-1H squadrons have praised the results.

CDR. R. R. RENALDI ...A typical pilot reporting into the squadron Is required to take a set period of ground Instructions,

:: i.1; ques learning, and procedures then Its away and Into techni-the __;,t SQUADRON, EMBLEM," ,

air on the low-slow sandblower ," ,)" "
missions for which the A-ill is
Flying at .altitudes down to 200
feet, with an Instructor flying on ,) :'
his wing, the pilot must pick out t .
recognition points given him at an "'
earlier briefing, make turns, take
,ij ,
evasive action and at last sneak[ .....
in the for simulated
on target a
.. '
delivery of a nuclear weapon.. ; "
The Instructors at VA-45, the
outstanding A-1N pilots in the W<

Navy, keep an eagle eye on every
.A<.I'; .,\. .. move of the trainee, grading him LOADING THE BOMBS ".

tROClOR..ANHfS1TU. ifi'f' on every maneuver and by the timea
training period Is over and new and mechs for every squadron and an Army outfit, and second an

< .. .tI. ". .1," : j. f.l pilots are flying their planes and the graduates are scattered Air Force unit.They invaded,were
making the all Important delivery; throughout the fleet. trained and left happy to set up
in a manner that can only be classified The commanding officer of VA- similar training squadrons In those

as outstanding.If 45, Commander Richard Renaldi, services.
things seem rough on their has one of the roughest jobs In
/ flights over land, the studen the squadron, as he takes a per- Jets may come and go, but it
looks like the A-1H will just go
pilots really begin to see pro sonal Interest In every Individual
blems when they start their low going through the training as wellas on forever..and VA-45 will pro-
level flights over water. Find the 250 officers and men who vide the men and pilots who keep
Ing your way across the country; make up the squadron. chem in the air.
at low level is one thing, an I However, as with any organi-
while recognition points may be zation It Is a constant All Hands
tough to spot, consider skipping evolution which keeps the squadron
across the water with no recog administratively sound and oper-
nition point. After all one whitecap ationally ready;or should an emergency -
looks pretty much like an- arise, provide a basic
? other. nucleus of pilots and crewmen
$ x NAff ready to take to the A-1H and head
For this phase, the pilots work for any spot in the world.
off carriers here In the Jacksonville The Navy has certainly recog-
area, or move to Pensa- nized the Importance of the job
STARTIN' EM UP cola. Getting back to the white being done by VA-45, but pro-
i4ii caps, the pilots soon learn that bably one of the most satisfying
there is a difference--they are compliments paid to the squadron'
taught to estimate wind directionand was by the Army and Air Force.
velocity through close ob Both of the sister services requested -
servation of the sea state. and were granted training
This and a thorough lesson in periods with the squadron hereat 'GET THE BEAMING STWU&HT

naviagatlon soon have them hit Jacksonville and for several r DIDNT MEAN! CALL
ting their targets after a long months it looked as though Han- ALASKA 1l/ "
Y trip across water just as easilyas gar 116 had been turned into first
they were doing on land. I
Meantime, their crewmen are the ONE place to
getting the opportunity to learn
all there is about the old war formoney
r tf ',pc horse of the Navy. They almost
feel like their Instructors have

z D2f made them take the A-1H apart
ff f- *# and put It back together again,
but when they are finished they
know the A-1H almost as wellas
they know their own family. the minute you

The constant flow of pilots and Phone Beneficiat! Get cash double-fast for any good reason

crewmen through VA-45 filters out furloughs expenses bills, you-name-it! And getBeneficial's
FIXING to the fleet providing A-1H drivers
MECHS DO THE International Credit Card, too for ImmediateCash

HIGHEST AVERAGE IN JA Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere

COMPLEXVA.45 is sporting Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
a 54% reenlistment aver.
age for the first cruise sailors BENEFICIALFINANCE
over the past 12 months.
This i is believed to be the SYSTEM
highest average in this area.
Cdr. R. R. Renaldi, VA-45 Loans up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note

Commanding Officer, (right) JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
from 311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel ELgin 3.4473
three airman
swears in -5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in) f.V 4.4595
his squadron who are part of Ctr.) PO 5-2623
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping
(1 R) Lawrence .
this distinction. ( to
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
I. Wood, David W. Nelson Town & Country Shopping Center RA 4.7910
and George A. Coovert. SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
: (n Navy Photo) 3436 Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza EX 8.1515JANUARY

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m 4 Teams Remain;

The first age-group swimmingmeet Undefeated In IMPlay'
of 1964 held in the local

area, at the NAS Indoor Pool,
aroused the local swimming fans Four teams in the intramural figures John Yow led the attack<
HAS JAX SWIM MEET-Lunging forward in the recent swim meet into a cheering frenzy as they basketball league still remain un with eight points. Five other VP-18
at the HAS Pool is an entrant striving to keep her team in the urged on their individual and group defeated. FICUER and Supply drop cagers scored six points apiece.
lead. (Navy Photo by Jerry Davis, JOSN) favorites.A ped out of the undefeated ranks They were: Peter Zalatorls,
y which leaves only VP-5 ((5-0)), and Robert Bargman, 'William i Ross,
budding new Navy team hada A/C Maintenance ((3-Q: ),, of the ,Charles' Fahy::;and:'Leon/Batler.: '.
few varsity entries, but Coach American League and VP-1. $((5-0)), Rafael Santos led the BOQ with
Chuch Phillip hopes to build and VP-30'((3-0)), of the National 17 counters.
another competitive team for this League. VP-5 rolled over the Marines
CHICKENBMEILJ9OPEN area. The hope is to stimulatemore VP-7 is still on deployment so 51-25 Herman Clay and Stanley
interest in winter young they can not complete any of their Cook collected 12 points apieceto
peoples group swimming around games. lead the VP-5 attack. Willie
greater Jacksonville, Action of the week saw A/C Townes scored seven and Jerry
DAILY We Make a Malnt have little trouble downing Wilson scored six points for th?
441 1130AM.: TO 10 P.M. Specialty of Captain J.R. Ward expressedhis VA-45, 57-33. Calvin Nicholson Marines.
sincerest appreciation for the swished In 26 points to lead the The Blackbirds of VA-45 downed
H .. CATFISH "marvelous response and offersof A/C attack followed by Wilbur Dispensary 5539. Benny Gosey
SHRIMP i assistance in preparing for Aaron with 14 points. Benny Gosey ripped the nets with 28 points,
{ OYSTERS '' :H ,this meet". tabulated 15 and John Fellowes John Fellowes 15, and Carroll

STEAKS CHICKEN ; 1 Hoi; Maness, 16 year old Robert 13 points for the VA-45 squad. Clausen with 10 points for the VA-
TAKE-OUT SERVICE .r.n" 1 fe. Lee High School Junior, and Hospital walked all over the 45 squad. John Brady took the spot
,w BANQUET SERVICEITcu AAU State Diving Champion forth Marines when they trounced the light for Dispensary with 20
BUSINESS MEN'SLUNCH past three summers In the one "Leathernecks",7936. Fred Klo- ounters.
and three meter event, put on a man burned up the nets for Hos- VP-30 and FICEUR met on the
I thrilling and breath taking pital by pouring in 31 points.Other hardwood courts to determine who
3438 BUNDING BLVD. PHONE 771 5581 I spectacle of diving feats, that kept hospital cagers in the double would remain undefeated. VP-30
the crowd figures were Marvin McCann with the slim
gasping. won contest by a one
17, and Dennis Riner with 15 their record
point margain to keep
points.Jerry Wilson of the Marines unblemished. William Thomas
1M BasketballSialdillgs tabulated 10 points. dumped In 18 points and Howard
VP-18 used balanced scoring for the
Brown 10 points VP-30
II capture their win over the Com- cagers. Charles Austin led
missioned Officers Mess, 52-32 FICEUR with 14 counters.
Locations To Serve You With no one scoring In the double Don Thompson with 18 and Wil-

Intramural basketball standingsas tfacv Wallace with 11 points com-
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills of January 24. VP-7 is still National League bined their totals for 29 points

2809 MAYPORT RD. J4 Mile From NS Gate on deployment. < VP-18 S-O fo roll over the Commissioned

6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. K Mile N. NAS Gate American League VP-30 3-0 Officers Mess, 61-26. Rafael San-

'BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE (formerly Pruitt ]Tire[! Co)| VP-5 5-0 Comm 3.1 tos collected points for the BOQ.

.On Tires Batteries Shocks Broks. FRITZ A/C Maint. 3-0 VU-W I I 2.1 FAETU out scored NARTU by
Front End Engine ( ,
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:-WE:FINANCE ANYONE' IN )IKE'f U.S.M.j; Hospital VA-45 2-2 1-1 AP-62 NARTU 2-2 1-3 11 points for FAETU. Don Oliver

'. MARTD 0.3ComFairJax scored eight points and Harry
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Wild Turkeys iiiiiiiii RiVIf Area designated tion will open sites.Saturday The check and Sun-sta-

day at 6:00A.M. Archers are required -

: Ih1 caged To Offers Archers tion when to check entering at and the leaving check sta-the

area, and all hunters must check
a 4Aj ; cut by 6:30 p. m. on Sunday.The .

: Restore SpeciesThe S lial Hunting follows special: February archery 1-2,hunt February Is as

8-9, February 15-16 and February

release of 13 wild turkeysIn Archers are having another opportunity 22-23. No Firearms of any type
Madison County recently got to hunt big game animals will be permitted during the
underway a plan of restocking the /during special wild hog hunts on special archery hunt.Archers may
birds in that area and the the Guano River Wildlife Management take only wild hogs and abide by
restoration of its species. Other Area. The special wild hog the daily bag limit of one and a

releases in the next few weeks will archery hunt began January 25, season's bag limit of two.
get the plan rolling on a full scale and continues for five weekends Aldrich said the special five

basis. according to A. D. Aldrich, dir- dollar season GuanoArcheryPer-
xw : Initial releases were in groupsof ector, Game and Fresh Water mit replaces the previous two dollar -
five hens, and two or three Fish Commission.In dally permit.

gobblers. Further releases will pointing out 'the' special regulations -
probably be made by airplane. for the archery hunt,Aldrich -
an marc
( MARINE AVIATION DETACHMENT SHOOTERS-These three Areas not available for public said archers will be requiredto \ INS fAh MARCOaF'

pistol shooters from the Marine Aviation Detachment won a tot hunting and containing large tur- possess a special five dollar

al of five trophies in the Jax Navy pistol meet held at the Jax key populations were used in attaining Guano Archery Permit. The per-

Police range recently. They won a total of five first places and the birds which Commis- mit will be valid during the entire STARTS FRIDAYA I

two second places including the .22 calibre team match. They sion personnel trapped. The special hunt and may be obtained MOTION PICTURE OF
will represent the Detachment next month at the National Rifle trapping took place in the early at the South check station VIOLENT DEEDS. VIOLENT

Association 2700 meet at the same range. (L to R) SSgt Elhanan morning and by night fall the located on the Guano River dam. DEATH AND VIOLENT

Pennington, Sgt Donald Hodgins and Sgt Robert Bergeron. (USMC their trapped new birds location.had been flown to Hunters will be allowed to camp MEN AND WOMEN, I
Wes Ward) during the weekend hunts and the
Photo by GySgt
Even though the birds have not
check station will open at 1:00 p. m. 'r -
been present in this area for a -
for the hunters
on Fridays to enter .
number of years Commission the area and establish camp on ,......
All American Skeet Team biologists believe the habitat to be

suitable for the birds. The cost

of restocking is extremely expen- stocked woodlands.
Lists Pendergras As 3rd sive, but Is justifiable by the Restocking of the birds will be

fact that Madison County repre- continued next year if biologistsdeem Count ,,: ,
sents the largest single tract of it necessary. Until then the t(YIN[Wtfent tTAE <
Navy Chief Ken Pendergras of 1963, for example Sedlecky tied
unstocked gobbler habitat in turkey hunting season In Madison
Service Information Of- with 11 who turned in .
the NAS gunners
Florida, it was stated. Hunting County will be closed, and remain
fice has been selected for the third perfect 100s then went 175 more DEtJTiE ARC-
success will depend largely upon closed until a sufficient populationIs
the 1963 All American without a miss.
place slot on the spread and distribution of this available to warrant opening of
Skeet Shooting Team as a result Other honors garnered by the. '
species into the suitable but un- the season. i
of his outstanding performancelast veteran Pendergras include a dir-

year. ectorship on the National Skeet Statistical Look Small boy, explaining report Michele Morgan
The champion shooter Is no new- Shooting Association from Florida card to dad: "No wonder I seem Danielle Darricux
comer to the sport of skeet shooting and a post on the executive com- stupid to my teacher; she's a Richard
At A Todd
in fact, this is the sixth yearhe mittee of the NSSA.Pendergras Navy ; college graduate.

has been selected for the All won the Champion of .... --- -- ,
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American Skeet Team. Champions at the world champion- Roger Sfaubach 4

Another Navyman 23-year old ships this year for one of his bet- Bp"
A statistical look at the 1963 Florida Nd1on
Ken Sedlecky, of Baldwin. Michi- ter performances, carding a 99x
gan took the top position on the 100 in a thrilling shoot off to de- season of Navy's star quarterback
team feat the Baldwin, Michigan ace. Roger Staubach, constitutes a JY 1
scrapbook item for sports fans
Setting a pace that few if many Like the economist who finds
have ever matched the young Navy The Champion of Championsevent drama in the dry statistics of
star blasted his way across the is comprized of all the state national income and production,

skeet firmament. During his cam- champions shooting twenty-five[ the sports enthusiast who reads lr r
paign the young ace faced compet- targets with all four gauges of shot- between the figures will find in
All Modern Conveniences
ition that no other shooter has 410 28 flanking
guns--The gauge; gauge; Staubach's record an impressive
ever had to face. In winning the 20 gauge; and 12 gauge.Pendergras' picture of one of the most talented RANKING HOURS: FRIDAY,
world's 20 championship in MONDAY THURSDAY BaA 900 A.M. 2:00 P.M.
backs in American college
9:00 A.M. 2:00 PM. 5:00 *P.M. 8:00 P.M.
U of Florida ball history.The Bank Wve-'n' Tellers/ 9:00 AX 4:30 P.M. Drv'ft/ Tellers// 9:00 A.M. frOO P.M.
other major victor-
statistics provide the"why"to CLOSED SATURDAY
Defeats ies were in Dallas, Texas this
Navy the praise and accolades that
year where he broke 492x500 tar- have been heaped on the junior FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
JaxGolfTeam gets with all four guns to win the midshipman by sports writers

The Navy Jax Golf team was High-over-All Championships and opposing players and coaches AT LAKF. SIIORll
soundly defeated by the University then teamed up with another Navy throughout the country.A 4617 Son Juan Avenue (2 Blocks From Roosevelt) Member F.D.I.C.
of i Florida, Gainesville, 40 1/2 chief to break'400x400 all gauge few of Staubach's statistics:
lJ( 10 1/2. Pacing the Univer- targets to tie the world record for Completed 107 of 161 passes a

sity was Lawrie Hammer with a two only the third time In history. 66.4% average for 1,474 yards and
under par 70. Heading the Navy They also captured the 28 gaugetwo seven touchdowns. In the rushing WESTCONNETTFURNITURE
Jax team was Bill Scarbrough man team event against some department he carried 156 times
With a three over par 75. of the toughest competition In the for 418 yards, averaging 2.6

A return match with the University world. yard per carry and tabulating CO.
will be played on the linksof of eight touchdowns, for a total of-
Is currently one
the University February 7. Pendergras fensive effort of 1,892 yards. 5326 103RD. ST.
The four U. S. A. shooters holdingthe WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT SP 1-0750
next match for the Navy
worlds championship won at
Florida team Is January 31 with Cairo Egypt In 1962 which he will stock will be utilized in this year's EASY CREDIT
State College thereat production. Some of the bucking
retain for four years.
broncs and steers to be seen In
action at Homestead were usedin
Southernmost Big Time the recent Rodeo Cowboy Assoc- MATTRESS & BOX SPRING SET $19.95
I iation's national rodeo finalsin
Rodeo In HomesteadFla.The Dallas according to Dr. John BED ROOM SUITE $79.00 e DINETTE

saddle bronc riding, DeMilly Homestead veterinarianand SETS $29.00 LIVING ROOM SUITE
Homst ad Rodeo, souther- calf roping, president of the Homestead -
most big-time circuit rodeo In the bulldogging, bareback bronc rid- Rodeo Association.A .
United States will be Friday night ing and bull riding. western style barbecue, with -
Feb. 7, and Saturday and Sunday This will be the HomesteadRodeo's pit fires to be built .
Friday night $5.00 MODERN LAMPS-S5.00eELECTR IC
16th and It is the
afternoons Feb. 8-9, at the rodeo year will be held on the Homestead

grounds immediately north of biggest community celebration southof of grounds Saturday and Sunday. The AND GAS STOVES $35.00 TV SETS -
Homestead In Homestead, just
Fla., on U.S. L the year night performance begins at

Cowboys and cowgirls from the Miami. weekend On Saturday there noon will be of 8 p.m., afternoon shows at 2 p.m. $60.00e R EFR IG ERATORS-$45.00:STEREO
western states as well as the the rodeo Proceeds of the Homestead
Florida cattle country will compete free cowboy and cowgirl paradein Rodeo go to the City of Homestead S100.00. DIN I I ING ROOM SUITE $89.00
for downtown Homestead.Approximately400headof.
Rodeo's prizes at the events. live- municipal recreation fund. COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.t .
five classic events are

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New Officers InstalledIn M

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Navy Wives ClubThe ; vY VW

1964 slate of officers for In other happenings of the Y 11iLJ1 9ESI
the Navy Wives Club #86 was Installed evening, special awards were given Y
at the Robert Meyer Hotel to Thomas J. Bennett, Stanly Con-
last Saturday evening followed bya trill, Wilbert Wagner, and HenryJ.
dinner dance. Chairman and Wernet for their services to the
.' mistress of ceremonies for the installation Club. !
was Mrs. James Frank- Others honored were Mrs. HenryJ.
1 lyn.New Wernet who received the Club's 1i' Contact me todayl!
officers taking their posts Award and Mrs. Fred Volsen, _
were: Mrs.Wilbert Wagner,president YMCA Award, while guards of office I JOELUTEN

.. ; Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett, were given the outgoing officers p fxb W f
1 vice president; Mrs. Kendall by Mrs. Henry J. Wernet.
Kerns, chaplain; Mrs. Harvey Other awards were presented to
Brennan, treasurer; Mrs. John club members for points earned :5k
Lee, recording secretary; Mrs. club work during the past year. LP7 : i' Phone 771-6400
Larry Burgess, corresponding Guests of honor attending the Installation 3811 Brandini-BIV<
secretary; and Mrs. Conly Ownby, included: Captain and CERAMICS-Joseph and Ceclle Samaan of the Dolphin Art Cer STATE FARM --
parliamentarian.Others Mrs. C. G. Strum;Commander and amics shop of Daytona Beach held a demonstration last week Mutual.AitOMklU....*.Cwnpaqr A
taking part in the cere- Mrs. L.A. Menard; Mr. and Mrs. at the NAS Hobby Shop. Demonstrations were on the use of ...OffIcII Naaak,.jta lal. als.
monies included Chaplain F. J. Nicolas Kuhn; Captain and Mrs. stains on non-firGreenware. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
Murray, installation officer and Elliott Parish, USN (ret.); Lieu- PH2))
Captain James R. Compton, NAS tenant and Mrs. K. Nielsen and
Commanding Officer, the keynote Commander and Mrs. R.W. Rad-



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INSTALLATION ceremonies were held for the new
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the Robert Meyer Hotel. Chaplain F. J. Murray acted as instal. Chevrolet Salesmen For New Or Used Cars !;".. ,
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