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Vol. 21 No. 46 Jacksonville, Florida February 6, 1964

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Vapor Trails Travel To Houston; _

'RA Bring Home Individual, Club Honors


-ri The Jax Navy Sport Parachute Club, The Vapor Trails, Invaded the skies over the Lone Star State
last weekend, flying away with the top team club honors and three individual awards at the annual Houston
3 Jaycee Sport Parachute Meet held Feb. 1-2 in Sugarland Tex.

Y.. /, Competing In a field of 170
civilian and military sport chutists
Jerard HonoredAs from throughout the southern

United States, the 10-man team
ts (seven of whom had never beenin
a ,' 1 "Serviceman"An competition before) won five
of 13 trophies awarded victors of
the five event .
instructor In NATTU's AE-A % 9
E estimated 10,000
School has been named "Serviceman spectators
witnessed, the two-day aerial
of the Month" for December
competition despite the cloudy,
1963 at the Naval Air Technical
rainy weather which covered the .,.
Training Unit.
on Sunday and hindered some
Paul M. Jerard AE1, was hon-
Jumpers in In the
Jr.t.: ... ored in ceremonies Monday, Feb. final events.
Captain C.G. Strum accepts certificate of Appreciation from W. B. 3, In the office of Capt. C.G Three of the torphies brought

Bain, AOC. (Navy Photo by D.W. Warren, J02)Presented) Strum. NATTU Commanding Officer home by the Jax team were awarded -
for Individual merit while the
As "Serviceman of the Month"
RAdm G.P. Koch others were the Club Trophy, won
NATTU CO With he received a $25 U.S. Govern-
for accumulating more points than
ment Savings Bond paid for from
RAd" other club In the competition
Koch any
the Command's Welfare and Re- .
and the for
Distance Trophy, won
creation Fund and letter of
CertificateA a being the club which traveled the
Appreciation commendation signed by the Com-
To Inspect greatest distance to the meet...
manding Officer. In addition, he
over 700 air miles
speech to newlyadvancedCPO's to speak at a CPO Initiation soon will receive a free trip to historicSt. Lieutenant Commander John C.
garnered for NATTU's after he took Command NATTU, Augustine, courtesy of the NARTU Area Brown, assistant officer for Navy
Commanding Officer a certificateof and his speech was so Impres- USO and the St. Augustine Chamberof Recruiting in Jacksonville and
appreciation and a standing sive he has been asked to repeatIt Commerce. Rear Admiral George P. Koch, pilot-sponsor for The Vapor
speaking engagement.Capt. at all CPO Initiations.At Jerard's letter of commendationread Chief of Naval Air Reserve Traln- Trails, accepted the Distance
C.G. Strum, who reported a luncheon Jan. 16 at the in part: fog, arrived yesterday at NAS Jax" Trophy while club president Rick
here August 23, 1963, was asked CPO club, Capt. Strum was "...Jerard is constantly endeavoring to conduct the Annual Military Marini, accepted the Club Trophy. -' '-
presented a certificate of ap- to improve his methodof Inspection of the Naval Air Re- Presenting all the awards witha
preciation for the speech. The instruction and the instructional serve Training Unit and Its 14 traditional hug and kiss was
Union Forces presentation was made by W.B. material. As Class Advisor he selected Air Reserve squadrons.The Miss Suzanne Gonsoulin of

Bain, AOC.In displays sound judgment exceptional Inspection by RADM Koch Houston, selected the meet queen
SoughtTo presenting the certificate, moral integrity and out- officially begins at 1:45 p.m. tomorrow with the title of Miss Skydiver at
Being Chief Bain noted that the commenton standing Initiative..," when he will arrive at a banquet held Saturday evening in
the speech he rememberedbest "Jerard's sense of personal Hangar 113 to Inspect the NARTU the Sheraton-Lincoln Hotel In
Face RebsYankees was that It was the first time pride, Industrious attitude, military active duty personnel. Houston.

the CPO club had been completelyquiet appearance"and enthusiasmare (See NARTU Venture Pages The three Individual awards
man your guns I for any speaker. exemplary... 6 and 7)) were won by Marini of NATTU's
The city of Jacksonville is Dispensary; Adrian May who
affording the North the opportunity serves aboard the Mayport based
to once again meet destroyer USS Power and Dave
the Johnny Rebs in a reenactment Colombo of VP-30.
of a Civil War battle dur- Marini placed second in the
ing the centennial celebration this Senior Accuracy Event. Out of a

month of the Battle of Olustee. T. possible, 600 points, Involving a
This was the only Blue-Grey combination of free fall style,
skirmish fought In Florida 100 t ti time and accuracy, he tallied a

years ago. i : score of 577 3/4 points. He was
The observance will be held only eight points behind the first
Feb. 22 beginning with a paradeand place winner, Carlos Wallace of
then the battle In the Gator Dallas, Tex., a national veteran
Bowl In full Civil War color \fr7 g % with 1,400 parachute jumps. Mar-
With good reason, It seems inl's last jump of the competitionwas
there's less of a demand for volunteer his 167th.

Confederate troops, but a '1 i 1) May won second place In the \
large hole still exists in the vol- I Novlee Accuracy Event with 139
unteer Union forces. Because of 44r% points out of a possible 200. His
this, the program officials are final jump of the meet was his
Inviting the modern military man ? b __ 30th.
here at NAS Jax, regardless of f 1 ..,, r a Mi _, In the Intermediate Accuracy
whether he is Yankee or Rebel L r Event Colombo on his 16th jump
to join In this celebration as a with The Vapor Trails, took third
member of the Union troops. place with 164 points out of a
Interested persons may contact possible 200. Scoring for this event
either Dean Boggs at EL 5-6493 was judged on stable free fall,
or Harry Fozzard at EL 5-2554 THE VAPOR TRAILS in Houston, Tex., hold trophies won In parachute meet last weekend. (L to R opening the parachute before 12
for further Information concernIng standing) Dave Colombo! Ens. Charlie Todesca (co-pilot), LCdr. J. C. Brown (pilot), Suzanne seconds elapsed and accuracy on -
obtaining uniforms, etc. Gonsoulin (Miss Skydiver), Larry Farmer, Bob Holden, Fred Guenst, Lt. Jim Pearson (co-pilot) the target. All accuracy scores
The parade will begin In down- Marc Whetstone; (Kneeling) Bob Etheridge, Adrian May, Dan Asplund, Rick Marini, Chuck Shelton, were based on the jumpers' land-

/See Yankee On Page 51 Dan Holly (plane captain). (Navy Photo by Lt (jg i ) Bill Bronson). (See Vapor Trails on Page 5))


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.. FEBRUARY 6, 1964

Station Traffic -.

The following Is a report of ,::ai ; $; ;
traffic violations for the period

January 19 through January 31. II :
$ "

week period January 19 The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

thru January 31 '. . 5 distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

Total accidents this year through Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a

January 31 . . 18 private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR.
Total accidents through January NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office

1963 . . . 14 'Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
Number of days since last Injury publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-.

In motor vehicle accident. 2 Telephone EV,9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Advertisements solicited the publisher and queries
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSTwo concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

week period . 100 Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida

...,... .. Speeding . . 29 < / TlP-AIN Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271.
Reckless Driving . 2 OlJCCOO/TJ''

Going through Stop Sign '. .4 tfW VOL. 21 NO. 46 FEBRUARY, 1964

Other Violations . .65

Seventy drivers appeared before

the Traffic Hearing Board at the CAN YOU [)l, :lne', 'S'erv/id'' "S

meeting held on February 3, 1964. +x

Disposition of the cases include Services at the All
Take with ? Protestant
your car you
the following: 25 lost driving and
For Financing and Insurance Saints' Chapel
parking privileges aboard the
stateside and call SUNDAY
station for various periods; 15
8:30: a.m. Service of Holy Com
were assigned to complete an DYER M. BURR, repr .nt'nfl
eight-hour course in remedial munion _______ asit
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 9:30: a.m. Service Divine Wor-
driving instructions; four were r
given suspended penalties; six FINANCE CORPORATION & ship
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages i
were given warnings; two were :
3 16 722 _
dismissed; and 13 were referredto INSURANCE COMPANY through Bldg.
Ih'OOa.m. Service of Divine Warship -
commanding officers for 5613 Tlmuquana Road.

possible disciplinary action. __ Ph. 771-0527
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship

's, Serving all Jacksonville with
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal e

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Re-

J 24-HOUR SERVICE]]I hearsal _

Catholic Services at St. Edward's I
Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hospital -,
(i/'v.' ,(,
,""3 1it.01*<1" "Zt\
6:30 U S. Naval
Inc. a.m. Hospital 1, fl ,
9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.

1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761 Edward's Chapel CMAA COMMENDED. Fleet Air Jacksonville Chief Master at
DAILY MASS Arms Frank B. Taylor, BMC, has been commended by Rear Adm.

It(:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel Robert Goldthwaite, COMFAIRJAX, for outstanding performanceof

MONDAY & TUESDAY duty. Rear Adm. Goldthwaite (right) formally presented the
PIZZA PANTRY Letter of Commendation to Chief Taylor last Friday. Taylor, who
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTU
being transferred to the Mayport-based destroyer USS Goodrich,
FRIDAY was commended for his "outstanding administrative
ability, great
12:05 U. S. Naval Hospital
p.m. determination, tact and zeal" in achieving a model Fleet Barracks
\ :; TAKE OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOM SATURDAY operation and administration at NAS Jacksonville.
9:00 a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY

\ ITALIAN SANDHICIIES SPAGHETTI 7:00: p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -

"PIZZA. Masses Chaplain's Message
.. Catechism Classes: Grade School

our specialty"FRANK SATURDAY
Chaplain Randall S. HarrisIn
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities
building 722NURSERY this month during which we honor and remember two of our greatest
In the Heart of Cedar Hills Presidents
by their
birthdays Americans might do well to recall
3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph The Naval Air Station Nursery E.E. Hale's patriotic classic, The Man Without A Country.In .
7710170GET located in Building 560 on Child

Street, 9pens at 8:15 a.m. en Sun-
a fit of temper Lt. Philip Nolan cursed the Uhl ted States
day morning.\ Parents attending
and wished
never to hear of his
AMISSILE Sunday,Masses or Protestant ser- country again. His rash request was
vices leave children in granted. He was placed in custody of the Navy and spent the next fifty-
may young six
years out of sight of our shores and sound of its name.Whenap-
the without
AGE DEAL nursery charge. proaching the coast, he would be transferred to another vessel going

out to sea. Everything he read Was censored and no one could speak
of the United States In his presence.

Servicemen May Claim
The story of Lt.! Nolan is a sad one. for in exile he came to love
Lowest Prices Retroactive Travel Pay that mJ6 had cursed. separated and alone he came to realizertravi

Highest Trade-in Allowance to belong. How tragic' I lt Is to appreciate what one has

Easy Terms The Nicest Treatment in Town taken for granted only When it Is gone. But It is a happy story
Washington (AFPSMember) : as well, W the man without
J a country came to see that to which he
of the Armed Forces who have was blind, and he
not been paid for extra travel involved he sincerely repented for his mistake. And repentent,
HI USED CARS in a change to PCS or was forgiven! and finally told of his country by his'last captain.
ders received while on leave may But most Important, he found in his heart what he valued and once
Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots now claim that money. lost.

liii 5552 Beach Blvd.- 2600 Kings Ave. 23.Ppblic 1963. Law 88-238. dated Dec
I provides for retroactivepa In
IIJ Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn 'ments to active duty and for to self-pity, bitterness! and cynicism had not only
Every Car Sold mer members of the uniformed rfWmSf accept Jiskchosen fate without complaint, but gave
services for
travel performed un unselfishly to betterment
of his and voluntarily
der orders cancelled or modified his own sword. "
SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE while on leave enroute between his epitaph to ? LtnnaW"e f his responsibilities he desired

stations. less at its hands. loved his country more or deserved
Deadline for t filing claims i is
@J GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's Dec 22. 1964. Travel by the mem
ber or his dependents must have The life of the man
been accomplished on Without a country Is and instructive
or after not Inspiring
only to those
Oct 1. 1949.Directives. God ( who love their country but to those who love their
.i-ii lived
:t Center" detailing claims
pro anV the
cedures are now being prepared of God, the K" knowledge of the love and sovereintylast
by each of the services. would come home although he left his earthly country, heat

. .. .. v to his true native land with Him.

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Packard Gains Jpptunt( ( To Caps Burgess To

US Air Force Appointed
kdn, Colorado Chief Of StaffCaptain

WASHINGTON, D.C.u.S..Rep camping society.A Andrew L Burgess
Charles E. .nnettD-Fla.Jack-( ) member of the Methodist former commanding officer of the
sonville, has named Stephen Lee Church Packard was a star Atlantic Fleet anti-submarine car-
Packard, 1241 Cape Charles athlete at Ann and ale.Virginia High rier Lake Champlain assumed
Avenue, Atlantic Beach Florida, School and a member of the duties as chief of staff and aideto
as principal appointment to the Vice Admiral Fltzhugh Lee
U.S. Air Force Academy, National Senior Honor Society Chief of Naval Air Training, with
Colorado Springs, Colo. before entering Fletcher High headquarters at the Naval Air
; Packard, 17, is the son of School, where he Is now a senior. Station, Pensacola Florida.He .
.. -O\ Commander and Mrs. Donald E. He made the highest grade of the relieved Captain Wilson M. .
."''t,< .. Parkard (USN, Ret.). He is activeIn 95 applicants of Duval County who Coleman who retired February 1.
the Boy Scouts and a memberof took the competitive Civil Service upon completion of 30 years of
the Order of the Arrow, honor examinations last fall. active service.


26 YEARS .. Edward P. Moering, ADRC, receives congratulationsfrom
Commander Jack A. Pate, Commanding Officer, YP-5, on retiring -
after 26 years in the Navy. Chief Moering was honored bya
muster of the squadron as he was piped over the side. He has
been serving his last'tour of duty as Maintenance AdministrationChief I
for the squadron. (Navy Photo) I

"0" Club 10 Yrs. Service m mm THE* THINK THEY'RE NEWI

Gains Mrs. SweetCommendation
Thursday, February 6 .
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. A
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00: p.m.

Friday, February 7 Completion of 10 years Federal 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. '
service gains for Mrs. Doris
Happy Hour. 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Dinner Do-Re-Me 6:00 Trio p.m.8:00-p.m.9:30: 12:00 p.m. Sweet personnel a civilian section employee of NATTU's In AO the 1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS

a.m. Schools a commendation from the
Superintendent of Ordnance Train-
Saturday, February 8 ing. Cdr. T.N Thompson read the

Happy Hour 3:30 p.rn..6:00 p.m. commendation for outstanding per-
formance and attention to duty.
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m
Johnny: Jelinek 8:30 p.m..12:30.' Most of Mrs. Sweet's fellow work
ers attended ath presentation.
I a.m." ;- J" I '64 FORD FASTBACK. .$2899 '58 CHEVROLET HARD-TOP. .,.,. .$666
Sunday, Fe"bruo,9; Galaxle "500" 390 V-8 Engine,'4 In the 4 Door. Automatic; Radio' Heater, V-B.
floor. Radio. Heater. -
Buffet 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Prime Ribs of Beef Steamship .
Round Fried Chicken o .-.M.,,-".. -, '- ,w. ,", ,- : w
Monday, February 10

Happy Hour 3:30 p.rn..6:00 p.m. .Y

Tuesday, February 11 61 CHEVROLET.$1088 63 OLDS CUTLASS.$2399
1 2 Door Sedan Hard-top, Like new.
Fpreign Dish Night Hungary
6:00 p.m 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 12 D*.r$ Opm 2:15: -ONLY 3 $II.w.
Div 2:10-5:45-9:00.
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. ADULT $I.1SCHILD.HcSHtf1ERNG
Family Night Fried Chicken all
you can eat \
\ \ RENAULT. . . . .$488 58 MERCURY . . . .$477
The 1960 census revealed that 4 Door 4 Door

3830 men and 6539 women were MEMORABLE 58 OLDS. . . .'.. .$695 58 CHEVROLET.$695
100 years of age or older..Theirnumbers 4 door, power steering, and brakes. llard-top, Auto., P.S. & P.B.

for In are 1960 probably there were greater 34,182 today EXPEWEHCEl\ t tA INrNFr 53 BUICK . . ,$495 59 PONTIAC WAGON . .$1395
1 Hard-top, loaded, sharp. Auto., R&H, Full power & Air Condition.
who between 95 and 99
were yearsof 12- 60 PONTIAC . . . .$1295 58 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE .$795.
Sedan power steering and brakes. Power steering & brakes.

60 FORD WAGON . . .$995 59 FORD WAGON . . .W5
V-8, automatic, radio & heater. Automatic, Radio, Heater.
48 CHRYSLER . . . .$150 63 T.BIRD . . . .$3595
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A.Jo Foyt Among Top Favorites At

Sebring 12-Hour Endurance Race

The greatest drivers and cars the world over gather together March 21st for Sebring's 14th Annual
12-Hour Endurance Race. Among the top listed for the Lemanis type start will be a driver and his mac-

hine that will be roaring at top speed with the Cobras and Ferraris.

This will be A.J. Foyt of

Houston, Texas, wheeling his Cor-
KENNEDY MEDAL ISSUED -The John F. Kennedy Memorial Medal, vette Sting Ray for the famed 9
designed by sculptor Ralph J. Menconl, teat originally developed atJL Alitalia Trophy. Foyt has put his
*. the late pretident'i 1964 campaign medal. Now issued at a memorial, name among the great with the Wi11ir NEWNONO)
the front /eaturet the pretident't Image, giving the date of hit Girth winning of the Indianapolis 500
and death. The reverse tymbolitei the areas of the pretldent't ser* and purchasing the famed Nassau ,
vice to the country.I Trophy.
With Foyt will be other Amer-

ican greats such as, Hap Sharp,
IMilUVSOX Augie Pabst, Bob Holbert, Dick

Thompson, Ken Miles, Don *L
Sesslar, Phil Hill with many other 1
famous pilots already on a ten- _
ative basis.
Other world champions\ will Include -

1 such drivers as Italy's Scar-
SPECIAL! 12/ OFF fisttl, Matoli. Giana, Bulgari and TIGHT CURVES-A.J. Foyt's Corvette Sting-Ray leads the way
Businello. From France will come into a tight turn at the 1963 Sebring Specticle with Bob Holbert's
such greats as Gulchet and Porsche giving chase. These two cars will be on hand for the
FAMOUS BRANDSBOY'S Schlesser, from Britain come John 1964 running the great 12-Hhour Endurance Race, March 21,
Surtess and Mike Parkes,and German
& MEN'S JACKETS aces will be Edgar Barth racing machines ever to gather In ;;

BOY'S & MEN'S L.S. SPORT SHIRTS and Herbert Ltnge. one place other than an International r-4 i iI

.. 1F ALSO MEN'S SWEATERS, PANTS When you take a look down the automobile display. I
AND MANY OTHER ITEMS list of auto manufacturers enter-
There will be some new names
will the most fantastic -
Open Doily 9:30 AM-6 PM, Fridays 9:30: AM-8. PM array of high speed road added to the running list tits| year
Among them will be the Chevy

'1920 Hwy, 17 Orange, Parfc, Fja., phone 2646241Til t tI Phone Home powered I.S.O., Corsa from Italy,
Ford powered Ginerta from Eng-
a SP 1-3770 SP 10250WE land. These will definitely be two
R cars to watch for.

But, of course, the great
''n WeAcOttRoiAt favorites In the old familiar galaxy
Locations\ 10 Serve You
of stars will again be on the track,
among these will be such favoritesas
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills the Ford powered Cobras, AJ. FOYT, of Houston, Texas,
2809 MAYPORT RD. H Mile From NS Gate Chevrolet's powerful Corvette who is Indy 500 winner and Nassau .

'6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Y Mile N. HAS Gate 103rd ST. & WESCONNETT Sting Ray, swift Ferraris, trophy winner will be on hand

[ BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE (formerly PruittTire Co.)| Between Cecil & NAS Porsches, Alfas, Austine Healeys, for the Sebring 12-Hour Endur
FRITZ Lotus, Volvo, Morgan, Elva and ance Race Saturday, March 21.
.On r/r/ ,, Bott.,/.> Shocfti .BroUf g'it
PARMAN many yet to come. Foyt will be driving with the
Front (
End fngfn* d Transmission' Work ( .
Ret C.PwflANcE 0 ) Mecom Team of Houston.
""r ,*I ''J\1 (J$ ", '':< o{, This famed Racing
, """ ; MJZi.rr 't'".. r"('. ), .,;$ .f' > .w.-u./ 'f}' i RouoVo.te4w4 year's Alitalia

:.ANYONEilNJHE! ;: ':.U:r" 11 Trophy running will be listed as Jax Art Show
"", :9. the greatest ever to gather at
;:i;: ;>-k' ; ;
:, .. / : .H.O'T'tittfG.'DQ' Ww"'Jf',EASIPA YMENTS. jk., .;"stf'sga". ,,",M Val Sebring's famed runways. Don't
{ .r '4 : '# : IN<::ii ."-' '.q: Free Prompt Delivery miss this great specticle scheduledto Slated Feb. 8

BRUNSWICK PREMIUM JEWELL J. SMITH get underway Saturday, March
21st at 10:00 a.m. The Jacksonville Art League In
100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless affilltation with the Florida Feder-
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing ation of Arts Is presenting first
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee annual Spring Art show. An invit-

750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE ation to exhibit is extended to all
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE IT'S THE DIFFERENCE YOU military personnel and their
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE friends.
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE PAY THAT COUNTS !
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE AND AT The show Is an open air exhibit -
650 x 13 3'FOR 65.10 1 FREE and will be held February8th
670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE at North Gate Plaza, 5200
710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND Norwood Blvd.. In Jacksonville.
760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE
.. Work will not be judged nor any
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREEWHEEL
award made. This show is in
OLDSMOBILEGreen keeping with National Art Week,
W FREE and gives the amatuer as well as
cn ALIGNMENT Cove FloridaJUST the professional a chance to exhibit -
Springs, without charge.
cn 99
CJ.c TTRES OTHERWISE Anyone desiring to exhibit is
&. ,.., ..."!OO' ''SktsjBjwrrs'sr r'r .
: asked
Z 1f- PHONE: G. C. S. PHONE: to bring their work to the
II: c BUMCINPFREE 264-9600 04-9580 Plaza by 10 a.m. Saturday and
i* 9&. retrieve them by 6 p.m.
..1 :/...' .-i : .;.:.,;,..:. THE DIFFERENCE IS LESS !
7 J'11 There will be three stations col-
"* f BRAKE lecting work on the 6th and 7th
.. 'e U.S. 10'5 1 of Feb., In the -
1, CAR Complete, Modern Service Dept. event you are unable
SHOESANY to go to the Plaza, 534 West
'1 ti. ,; PARTS 4 LABOR 27th St. Phone EL 5.6834, 5806
i SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! Sonora Dr. W. Phone 771-2305 and
s Building ,1, Room 237, U.S. Naval
: .' W. H. FERGUSON Air Station.
wsw : \CllEE'-TIRE .CO---" Mgr.
\ .
.. 750 x 14TUBELESS RESIDENCE PHONK: KV: You exhibit
: p A''' may many
; A H 1 c: 2809 MAY PORt!
'" '' ,: : pictures as you wish and you may
< ''I'lA? ,i..1f\; wnDI'D' ; J. Williams Walter LucasRES
-: ) t.
: :",;rJl' i' :" jo.., price list those that are for sale.
95 .
ft .Iit
1 ; PHONE 284-3119 RES PHONE 284-9633 In case of rain or strong winds
the show will be postponed to the

following Saturday, Feb. 15th.iro .


CPO Club Blue Jackets leaDoin's VAPOR TRAILS -'-Quote of the Woek' .

(Continued from Page 1)) ". Piesidcnt Kennedy ua\ one '

Ing distance from the target with ct//o touched something umvcnal In t.
Thursday, February 6 Thursday, February 6 each foot from dead center equivalent the human ticail. Thinking of hint! Jt'S .l
Advisory Group meeting 11:30 a.m. Phil Cay and Chantels 8:00: p.m. to one point.Although rcr all .(<'<' .w vividly! what ttr: admit
12:00 a.m.Friday. not taking any Individual in a human' life, and what are the
Friday, February 7 awards, the
February 7 remainingseven great cause.( a*? arc about." Dr. II"
Johnny Arnold members of the Jax team
Wrestling Match Girls 18:00 p.m. were Instrumental In winning the Michael Ramsey, the Archbishop of
February 8
Club Trophy. They were Fred Canterbury:
Dance to Bud Clark Saturday, February 8 Guenst of VP-5j: Larry Parmer

Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8:00: of VP-30; Dan Asplund, Chuck
p.m. 1:00 a.m. Shelton and Bob Etheridge of Mo'p0gk
AF679th; Bob Holden of the NAS
*'Sunday'' ,j February 9
Sunday, February 9
MAA Force;and Marc Whetstone of
Mach Four NAS SIO. 5338 Norwood Avenue
Carl Boyd and Rhythm King 8:00:
Monday, February 10 p.m.12:00: a.m. In the Gateway Shopping Center
According to all who Open 10 a.m. to 9
Pizza Night Monday, February 10 participated p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
Dining and Dancing trophy for the outstanding job he COATS, HANDBAGS, HOSIERY, COSTUME JEWELRY
11 Tuesday, February 11 did in lining up the aircraft In The
Tuesday, February flight over the target and jump S-T-R-E-TVC-H Look is THE Look!

Open Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00 p.m. mastering all the student jumpers. STRETCH PANTS $5.99

Wednesday, February 12 Wednesday, February 12 Saturday evening when all
competition had been finished for Lovely) Light Pastels for Spring & Summer_
Open Game Night 8:00 p.m. the day Parmer and Etheridge,
joined by seven members of an
SCUTTLEBUTTME Army team, made a night demon- YUKON DINERJust
YANKEES stration jump from 15,500 feet,
I falling In free fall for one min-
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ute and 15 seconds before open- outside Main Got -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office
town Jacksonville, forming on the
Ing their parachutes. BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND
streets adjacent to the Civic Aud-
itorium. Bands, decorated cars, Assisting LCdr. Brown In pilot-
floats and North-South volunteersin Ing the C-47 jump aircraft were OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES

uniform are invited to join In :' ,\ Lieutenant Jim Pearson of VP-30
the procession.To and Ensign Charlie Todesca of COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER
assure which side wins, a VU-10. Plane captain of the air- -
rehearsal of the Olustee battle Z1 1 craft was Daniel Holly, ADR1 of PHONE 3879351ROOSEVELT
will be held in the Gator Bowl at 1 A/C Maintenance Department.
2 p.m., with the actual fighting 1 I ID IR PARTS F B BI R tftafl&iAidil Mp Hitffa B B W
beginning at 4 p.m.
Later in the evening, after the R MALLCARWMU
smoke has cleared, a Victory Ball D
will be held at the George Washington II I 1
Hotel starting at 9 p.m.
Queen of the ball Miss Battleof WaaII ORSIM
Olustee,, will be crowned anda / I AFPS'GIVE
grand march begun at 10 p.m. II
The program is being sponsored HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY a.m.6 p.m.
by the Centennial Corps., the $ SAVE $$
KIrby-Smith Camp, Sons of Con- OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00
federate Veterans, the Olustee SOME Ti1R1LE BIG DISCOUNTSTO : til 1:30: P.M.
and the United SOUP . AND MAKE
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FEBRUARY 6, 1964 FS f PE

Force J JSl

I NARTUAMinuteman "NARTU- 1 I ofCl

Acting as a nucleus for the training -

Instant Manpower for Peace.,.. of the squadrons, NARTU Jax lre
Wings for the Fleet......... has an allowance of 28 officers
These phrases and many more and 316 enlisted men on active b
could be applied to the Naval Air duty. Altogether approximately 350 bc
Reserve Training Unit located officers and 750 enlisted men are : :: .

aboard NAS Sax trained monthly by NARTU Jax. .: __, C
NARTU Jax Is one of 18 act-
ivities located throughout the Squadrons calling the local unit (

t United States that maintain Naval home are Air Wing Staff 74, I

Air Reserve personnel in a constant VA-741, VS-741, VS-742, VS-743, (

( : state of readiness for Immediate VP-741, VP-142,115.741. HS-742,
:. action in case of a national VR-741, VR-742, and VR-743.Two

emergency.The specialized units at NARTU Jax
local:unit '''Is charged with 'PY M1J l1 A''}wig tt {1ia ttt,41 N I o 'u N r T' .Li I are Naval Air Intelligence Unit
providing and maintaining In a high x i. .. Mw r rtw ar 741 and Bureau of Weapons Train-
state of readiness sufficient num- Unit 741. The four Marine Capt. S. L. Lanier
bers of trained Naval Air Reserve .. /ROPEsIRxr curt squadrons that train at NARTU's

Squadrons, Units and personnel to MARTD are VMA-142, VMA-144 Message From
be ready In the event of a national I HMM-765, and MARG-14.

emergency to augment regular I NARTU
fleet forces. NARTU Jax operates and main-
Secondly, the unit is chargedwith tains In excess of 45 aircraft of
obtaining from civilian 'i! seven different types and also pro- CaptainWe

sources candidates for Navy flight vides space for class rooms and of the Naval Air Reserve

training and aviation officer pro- modern training aids to assist reservists Training Unit, Jacksonville, are

grams.In in developing the con- an Important part of two great
Korea and during the Berlin][ f stant degree of combat readiness. communities.The .

crisis, NARTU Jax provided instant .. required for Immediate mobil- first community Is one

manpower. Local reserve ''t 1 ization. which, by the nature of our mission
answered the call to duty
squadrons Includes the entire State of Florida
during those times of need willingly w At, The "Weekend Warriors" train- and a portion of the State of
-'. and served with honor and from all
ing at NARTU Jax come Georgia. We, whether on activeor
distinction. over the state of Florida. Others Inactive duty live in this community
During the more recent Cuban come from Georgia and South Car- and work here.. We spendour
crisis, reservists were not recalled _. ,
far as
'0 I ollna and from as away
did .. paychecks in this communityand
to active duty but they _.-..-- .....- New York City to attend drills. educate our children here.
hundreds of hours In
fly many from
patroland reconnaissance on week- each year In the past three, a and was the home of four "Week- All are volunteer of life. Occupations We have dedicated ourselves to the
ends thus giving active squadronssome record unparalleled in the historyof end Warrior" squadrons. almost every walk from medical defense of this community and to
respite from their week- the NARESTRACOM. During the With the closing of NAS Miamiin range the nation and we are 'responsible

long flying. Also many reserve 3-year period It has recruited March, 1959, NARTU lax became doctors and to file professors clerks. Many to grocerymen of these to It as it shares the bill for our
officers volunteered for service 574 aviation officer candidates the new home of all services.
Vn Operational Control Centers enough to man two attack car- squadrons and personnel from that reservists serve without pay.

throughout the Atlantic area. rier air groups. area. Today 14 Selected Air Reserve The second community of whichwe
Wings for the Fleet are providedby NARTU lax was first organizedIn Squadrons and Units plus All have one thing In commona -- are a part is the Naval com-
the command's Naval Aviation April, 1946, under command four squadrons from the Marine set of Mobilization Orders they munity. To this community we pro-
Officer Procurement team. of Captain F.W. Priestman at NAS Air Reserve Training Detachmentserve carry In their billfolds. They have vide well trained officers and men
This team has won the coveted Cecil Field.In on active duty one week- been used before In the cases of whenever and wherever they are

Chance Vought trophy for excellence September of the same year end each month at the local com- Korea and Berlin and have proven needed and also supply a pipe-
In officer procurement the unit was moved to NAS lax mand. their effectiveness. In the event. line of pilot and aviation observer
of these men will
an emergency
Sea Cadets report to a specific unit and place. officer candidates and logistic sup-
port on a continuing basis.
CAPT S.L. Lanier, USN, ispre-
Supported By, sently the commanding officer of Many of the millions of per-
sons in our communities do not
NARTU Jax and CDR Robert F.
know the of the Naval Air
Browning, USNR, is the executive story
NARTU lax officer. Reserve. I hope this com-
munication will begin to tell our

Volunteer members of the
Constant training has been the squadron demonstrate their de- Navy and Marine Corps reserve
key to the success of the Franklin -
dication annually by giving assist- men and women are didicated and
D. Roosevelt Sea Cadet
ance during the Goodwill Industries motivated. They are convinced of
Squadron sponsored by the Jacksonville drive and by helping out as guides the importance of the NavyMarineCorps
Council of the
Navy Leagueand during the annual anniversary open team In American National
supported by NARTU Jax.
house of NAS Jax.
Training given the cadets Is
based on the Navy airman tralnI I .
ing program. Sessions are con- 1
ducted at NARTU Jax every Tuesday I
night through the year I
.':!'!:":'eo.:: During the summer of 1962 the I
cadets spent five days aboard the "
destroyer USS Hunt at the May- Z ;r c r

---H: port Naval Station. Early last year
the cadets were taken on a sur-

vival expedition an Army Special
... Forces officer.
_ .
The Introduction to the naval

service for the cadets has Included : JU
Marine Indoctrination and
I flight orientation trips aboard
NARTU Jax aircraft.

Ensign C.P. Oliver, Sea Cadet
Training Officer, says the FDR ,
Squadron cadets have extreme ,.

II' pride in their unit and identify l ),t 6
themselves with the Nary. Oliver
CAPT. S. L. Lanier, NARTU Jax commanding officer, inspects calls the program at NARTU Jax lea
stationkeepers in his comirand in preparation for the Annual Mil one of the best sources of .t

,. itary Inspection this weekend. He is followed through a platoonof dedicated men the Navy has. I DO. LCdr. A. E. Henke, NARTU Procurement Officer gives the
men from the command's Training Department by LCDR J.C. Oliver, with the exception of Tuesday enlistment oath to Robert Lee Buck of Coral Gables. Buck will

Matson, platoon commander; CDR R.M. Koontz, company common nights, Is a BM2 attached to report to Pensacola to comment preflight training as a Naval
der, NARTU's Training Department. Aviation Officer Candidate. (N ivy Photo)

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6, 1964

Area NAVCAD Processing Station :I Marine Air Reserves I I

I Train With MARID'The
The only office in Florida and pletlon of this secondary training. the
Ing aircrewman's
Georgia where naval aviation physical and
South Officer candidates with two have a minimum GCT-ARI Marine Air Reserve Train-
officers are recruited and pro- years of college complete the same bination of 110 or 115. Applicants com- Ing DetachmentMARTDJackson-(
cessed Is located at NARTU Jax. preflight and pilot or vile Is commanded Lieutenant
the command speciality for this program must live withina by --i-:
in addition recruits training as do their brothers with 50-mile radius of NARTU Colonel Lloyd B.Deachterman who
enlisted crewmen Into the Naval degrees but do not receive their assumed his duties in October

Air Reserve. Officer programs commissions until they have earn Another offered 1963.
program only to
handled by the NARTU lax pro- ed their .
wings.Enlisted men without prior active military LtCoL Dechterman first became
curement team Include the well programs offered Include service Is the six year program acquainted with the aspects of

known Naval Aviation Cadet the six month "Air cat" with two years of active duty In Reserve Aviation In 1950 when he

(NAVCAD) and Aviation Officer program which Is open to men with the fleet. Following the two served In the Reserve Branch

Candidate (AOC) pilot programs.For no prior military service and active duty, three years Is yearson spentas Division of Aviation, at Head- te ks .,

the NAVCAD only two yearsof tailored for those who for one or a member of a squadron here quarters Mainre Corps, Washington -

college Is required while the more reasons desire to spend a with the last year spent In the D.C.

AOC needs a college degree. minimum of their obligation on Standby Reserve with no mandatory A native of Williston. N.D., he

active duty. drills. attended the University of North

Other major aviation programsfor Under this program, consideredto Dakota before entering flight training -

which applicants are processedare be the finest of this type In NARTU lax has quotas for en- in 1942. In two wars he flew a

the Naval Aviation Officer the United States, the recruit Is listments including 56 men to go 166 combat missions..66 In the

Candidate (NAOC) and the Officer offered complete schooling during to the fleet Immediately after enlistment F4U Corsair during WW II and

Candidate, Airman (OCAN). Both the entire period of active duty. In this program this 100 In the F9F Panther jet In Korea.

programs are for non-pilot The enlistee will go Immediately spring.A MARTD Jacksonville Is assignedthe

personnel such as Navigators, to NATTC In Memphis for mission of supporting

Bombardiers, Intercept Operators, schooling In one of several third major Naval Air Re- operations of the Marine Air Reserve LtCol. Lloyd B. Dochtermon

and for ground duties such as specialist ratings which will later serve program Is the Special Training Program as

aircraft maintenance.The be used in anti-submarine Rating Program which authorizesthe directed by the Commanding Gen- every summer. VMA-144 has the

squadron duties. Many of the per- direct enlistment or reenlistment eral, Marine Air Reserve Train- distinction of being the first Marine

two non-pilot programs, like sonnel who apply for this pro- of qualified civilian applicants ing.Units Air Reserve squadron to train out-
the NAVCAD and AOC programs, gram, which requires 90 per cent In ratings comparable to attached to MARTD Jack- side the continental limits of the
also require formal school- drill attendance after the six their civilian skills. sonville are: two attack squadrons, United States. The "Flying

ing. The NAOC must possess a months active duty Is completed, VMA-142 and VMA-144; one med- Gator's" performed summer

college degree prior to starting are former college students. Special rating applicants must ium helicopter squadron* HMM- maneuvers at Roosevelt Roads,

training and an OCAN must have These persons want to satisfy be otherwise eligible for enlist- 765; and a Marine Air Reserve Puerto Rico, in 1962. Cherry Point,

finished two years of college.The their military obligation with the ment In the Naval Reserve and Group, MARG-14. N.C., El Toro, Calif., Beaufort,

least amount of time away from applicants for this program must VMA-142 and VMA-144 were S.C., and Yuma, Ariz., have also

college graduates In the- their education or occupation. be earning their livelihood In the both called up during the War been the sites of annual summer

aviation programs receive theli;; When their six month active duty trade or profession comparable to In Korea, supplying pilots and training for the attack squadron.

commissions after 16 weeks at perotd Is over they will spend the Navy rating. It Is possible ground crews to augment regular HMM-765 usually deploys to New

the Naval Pre-Flight school at five and a half years In the Ready under this program, for a person Marine Corps squadrons. River, N.C., home base of the
Pensacola. Following commis- Reserve attached to a squadronhere. with no prior military service to LtCoL Irving B. Hardy of Win- 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing helicopter -
ter Haven Fla., presently com-
Into be enlisted In a rate as high as
they Immediately
Into The requirements for this pro- CPO (Acting) If he or she Is not mands VMA-142. VMA-144 led The units attached to MARTD
flight training as a pilot or ,
LtCoL Robert R Tabler of
advanced training In one of the gram are stringent--such as pass- eligible for the draft. by Jacksonville. HMM-765's Jacksonville are preparing for the
com- day they be called
may upon to
other aviation specialities. Pilot manding officer Is LlCoU LV. defend this Nation. They will be
Five CombatantsFive Flown Weekends
and aviation observer wings are Babcock of Dethan, Ala. MARG14 ready.
received after successful com- Is commanded by LtCoL CurtisS.
major combat types of air- Three VR squadrons, flying the NARTU
Harrislon of Winthrop. Mass.
craft flown NARTU Douglas C-54 "Skymaster" are
are by Jax
Marines from the De-
Award Winning reservists during their weekend also at home during the weekendat tachment Regular are responsible for SquadronSkippers
week NARTU Jax. The transportsare
drill and on their annual two assist-
configured for passengers but supervising, advising, NamedAWS74
training cruises. and and Marine Air
ing educating
Habit The three VS squadrons fly the can be quickly converted for cargo
Yearly Witha missions.The Reserves In the performance Captain F.A. Graham,
Grumman S-2F "Tracker.
duties connected with and
the local operating Jr., Executive Vice-President,
C-54's assigned to
crew of two pilots and two crew-
maintaining the Douglas "Skyhawk" Finance Association -
Florida Consumer
command over 120 hours
For ReservesAwards men, the "Tracker" Is capable of average jets and Sikorsky helicopters -
aircraft each month. Each year Tampa.
locating and destroying potentially per used by the units and In administrative VA-741 Commander H.G.
thousand hours are flownto
became a habit for hostile submarines.The many operations, and
Goodell Head Depart-
Naval and Geology
the Academy "
NARTU Jax last capability of a fast and light support activities.
year. NROTC aviation Indoctrinationfield supply ment, Florida State University,
Indicative of the NARTU Jax jet attack aircraft is brought to Reserve squadron Marines are Tallahassee. P

man, NARTU men took "Honorman" NARTU Jax by the Douglas A4B trips as well as cargo trips recruited mainly from the State VS-741, CDR W.V. Chappell,
such those flown to Haiti last
laurels In eight of eleven "Skyhawk. One VA squadron flys as of Florida. There are, however, State Representative, Ocala.

Leadership School classes held at the one-seat jet here. The A4B Hurricane fall on mercy Flora.In missions. following a few men from Georgia amongthe VS-742, CDR J.W. Scharpf

NATTU Jax last year. The com- has proven Itself to be a fine air- addition the command uses enlisted ranks, while Ala- Engineer, Southern Bell Telephone

mand continues to score In this craft by Its aerial versatility and the C-54's for weekend airliftsto bama, Massachusetts, and South & Telegraph Co., West Columbia,
field as a petty officer from maintenance reliability.Two Carolina are home for some of
NARTU NARTU Jax HS squadronsfly Miami and Tampa every Fridayand S.C.VS743.
again became "Honor- from 500 the pilots. CDR J.D. Paulson
night carrying
man" in the only class to grad- the SH34J, a four place con- 600 Sunday"Weekend Warriors" each Each squadron trains one week- Supervisor, Federal Aviation

uate at NATTU this year. ventionally powered helicopter to end each month and for 15 days Agency, Jacksonville.
The Leadership School "Honor- build by Sikorsky Aircraft to VP-741, CDR R.L. Orealr,

man" streak started for NARTUin augment the Navy's anti-sub- Drills// Attended Once Electrical Contractor, Jackson- C Ci i
the final 1962 class at NATTU.A marine warfare program. This ville.

seaman apprentice from the helicopter is capable of seekingout VP-742, CDR R.L. Rogers,
command placed first In that classof holding and destroying enemy A Month For Training Chief Test Pilot, Fairchild Air-
cond- _..
non-rated submarines In all
men. craft Service Division, St.
The Naval Air Reservist drills NI\1j U j aa.
VR-743, commanded by CDR itions. The rescue capabilities of one weekend each month. Duringthis Pilots, already In flight gear, Augustine.

Raymond L. Anderson of Miami, the craft were demonstrated to time effort Is made to are being briefed on the flight VR-741, CDR W.G. Sellers,
made it four years In a row a be quite effective as well in the utilize all every time for constructiveuse. missions of the day. Then they are Captain National Airlines, Miami

local transport squadron has won recent Roosevelt Hotel fire off to operations to file before VR-742, CDR P.W. Smith,

the coveted Chief of Naval disaster In downtown Jacksonville. A typical drill weekend beginsfor boarding their aircraft. Having Captain, Delta Airlines, Miami.

Operations Aviation Safety Award. To conduct all weather anti- some by catching the NARTU checked< their aircraft thoroughly VR-743, CDR R.L. Anderson,

Included In the tough competition submarine warfare operations two Jax airlift on Friday evening. In the engines are started and the Executive Pilot, Food Fair Stores,

VR-743 had to face last year was NARTU Jax squadrons" utilize the Miami or Tampa. The drill period pilot receives taxi instructions Miami.

VR-742, also of NARTU Jax, which SP-2E "Neptune. This four- officially begins at 0800 Saturday from the tower. A short time later HS-741, CDR B.N. Willis,

the year before had won Its third engine patrol plane Is made by at which time the squadrons musterat he Is airborne.If Engineer, Food Machines Chemical -

straight CNO award. Lockheed and Is powered by two the hangar. After muster some night flying Is not on this Corp., Lakeland.

NARTU lax also won the Chance Wright propeller engines and two of the reservists proceed to the months schedule, the reservists HS-742, Lieutenant Commander

Vought trophy for outstanding per- Westinghouse turbo-jet engines.anti- technical training building and to day ends at 1630 Saturday.A J.N. Tullno, Engineer, Pratt &
formance In Naval Aviation Officer Designed primarily for classes geared to train them* in 8 A.M. Sunday, Its back to Whitney Aircraft Corp., North

Procurement for the third con- submarine and surface patrol fields from ASW to electronics, the hangar and another day much Palm Beach.
secutive year In 1963. This recordIs operations, the "Neptune" Is and other technical similar to Saturday. At 4:30 RM. WEPTU-741. CDR T.E. Bow-
unparalleled In officer procure- equipped for rocket attack, night specialities. Sunday, the drill period for that man, Salesman, Houlihan Insurance -
ment. torpedo attack, mine laying mast month ends. After a muster and Co., Tampa.

Additionally, with only a small and horizontal bombing and photo- Other reservists head straightto a recap of weekend accomplishments NAIRU-741, CDR RM. Baker,

Percentage of points remaining to graphic reconalssance. Shipping the locker rooms to ready them- plans are made for die next Associate Professor of Marketing.
and air
be totaled It appears that NARTU surveillance missions sea selves for a days work on one of drill and the reservists return Florida State University Talla-
Jax will win the "Iron Man" rescue tasks are also by the many aircraft assigned to home. hassee.FEBRUARY .
athletic trophy for the past year. the NARTU VP squadrons. i



6 I 1964

I 9th Birthday To Be CelebratedBy Lexington Defense Proposes Annual

FRA Aux-lnit) 126, Feb. 13. Minutemen To Armed Forces Pay RaiseIn

The Fleet Reserve Auxiliary Lion's Club on February 29th, admission -
Unit 126 is celebrating their ninth will be $3.00 per couple
birthday at the meeting to be heldon with snacks and door prizes to Hold ReunionThe
February 13 at 8:00 p.m. in be given away. FY65 Budget TalksWashington

the meeting hall at Yukon. Dance committee chairman will USS Lexington (CV-2)) Minuteman's m
Mrs. Richard Atwood, the unit's be Mrs. Louie Lindsey also Mrs. Club with It's more than (AFPS)-.An annual pay Increase for the Armed ForcesIs
Warren Zeilman Mrs. Glenn
president, urges all charter mem- ; 2,300 former members of the crew the goal of the Department of Defense.
bers In the area to attend. The Stoker; Mrs.Richard AtwoodMrs.; and squadron personnel who servedon Defense officials announced during Fiscal Year 1965 budget briefingsthat
unit is also having their annual William WashalaskI; Mrs. H.W, this ship at any time between the Pentagon wants 'a pay Increase for the military every yearto

birthday ball at the Riverside Grimes and Mrs. Conly Ownby.I 1927 and May 8, 1942 when she keep military, ,compensation! I .in step with compensation In the private
was lost in the battle of the Coral economy and with that of civilian "
Defense planners the average -
; Auto Liability Insurance Sea, will hold their 11th annual employees of the goverment." officer" used say to obtain the
reunion in the SheratonChicagoHotel The annual Increase requests
$14,000 figure Is a captain or
DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver Chicago Illinois June 24th would be about the same as this
: 25 Married .$39.00 Over 25 Single, .$43.00 thru the 28th.In year's requests for a 3 percent Navy lieutenant just promoted In
21.25 Married. . .$55.00 21.25 Single . $72.00 1928 the Lexington made a raise for officers and a 2.4 per- 1946 with six years service at
Under 21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00 time of promotion. The time span
speed form San Pedron, Increase for enlisted
run cent per-
PLAN.MDOUGALL'S of the study Is from 1949 to the
6 MO. California to Honolulu, a distanceof sonnel.
INSURANCE 2,228 nautical miles In 72 hours This formula takes into consid- present.
[ DOD Is "very anxious" that
and 34 minutes.In eration that pay Increases bring
this should not happen in the future.Of .
AGENCY retirement costs and Is adjusted -
1929 she supplied electricityto higher the $200 million proposed for
Near Main Gate NAS, JAX the city of Tacoma, Washington to take care of the fact the FY65 military payroll, $143
that retirement costs are
6483 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676 during a severe drought. This and noncontributory.DOD million will go for the DOD requested -
was the first time in Naval History retirement military pay Increase.
that this feat was accomplished.In says military The pay Increase Is proposed to
1931 she rushed relief suppliesto plans a re more generous than comparable be effective October 1964.
plans in private industryor
Nicaragua when that was
struck by a disastrous earthquake.In country Civil Service. f( MAN BOOM L.EARNS
f', tin' .ky .'i J "Where the military has really HWum0 HE KNOWS
1937 she participated in the lost out," a spokesamn said, "Is
Pacific Ocean search for the lost In the slowness with which they W NE 1A CINILDBEc9NGloKQLEGfloNSr

woman aviator, Amelia Earhart. have received their pay increases, I
once four or five instead -
every years
For further information on the
of couple of y
every yearsas
reunion contact Lieutenant Com-
the Civil Service has.
mander (ret.) Walter D. Reed,
"Even if that the
5608 Ocean View Drive, Oakland, you grant
starting point was right and the
Jacksonville California, 94618. Reed served as
end point was right after the enactment -
an aviation Painter First Classon
of last Increase -
.. the Lexington (CV-2)) from 1927to year's pay I
estimate that
:: we aver-
tl:1: ::..RACK:NIGHTLY. : : ;EXCERTSUNDAYs. .,! 1930. age officer lost $14,000 over this
o Wives and guests of all former period just because he got his

PQSlT'Mt.' 8 OtttO'CK: "! On, M'cDQUN'rth..olae'cive.r. ': shipmates are welcome to attend. Increases at such long Intervals." .', .




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weather conditions in mind will ....... ..iit.; Late in the game Hospital came for the VP-18 team were William -
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loading themselves with too much "
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comes to lures;.;such as plugs, that is at fault and not I..,. .....'i' for the VP-5 cagers.Herman Cook in 36 points for FAETUs
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teams in Intramural led CFJ with eight points.
TWO MORE FOR "SARA" action was also sidelined from the John Fellowes led the VA-45
-- Eddie Mysliweic (left) of CarrierAir undefeated ranks by FICEUR takIng Blackbirds with 12 points in a
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1788 two more points for his squadas This leaves only VP-30 with an 41-35. CharlesGilbert led the Ordnance -
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CLAYTON REVELS and Larry Davis with 11 points.

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1RUARY 6, 1964

)) Linza Cops Rhodes Bantams NAVAL TAILORS FOR


Honors In Held 3rd Day In


2700 Shoot I Frostbite MeetUnder

Taking top honors In the recent skies more characteristicof
. 2700 Monthly Shoot at the Jax summer sailing, with temper- CLOTHESCustom
Police Civilians Pistol Range was atures In the 70's, the Navy Sax
in the Master event Carl Linza Sailing Club held Its third day Tailored to
of the Naval Air Station. of Frostbite racing for Rhodes measure or In-Stock
He took first place in the 22 Bantams, Sunday, February 2. Service
caliber event with a 873-26x and a
high service match score of Ted Hanks continued his NO DEPOSIT
253762X. domination of the series by finish- 6 Months to PAY

In the expert class G.L,' Wet,. ing first and second In the two
POI, of Cecil Field placed heats he entered. His average, SEAFARER '$35
third In the 22 caliber event with compiled on a basis of four points Tailor made Blues..,
a831-17x. for a first place, three for a
Also In the expert class J.C. second, etc., Is now 3.75. Aljohn- .1 HOUR DRY CLEANING
Bishop, HM1, of NATTU, tooka son Is right behind Hanks with a .PRESSING & FAST LAUNDR
a e "eC', iF r first in the 22 caliber with a 3.25 average followed by Fritz ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS
__ __ 852-28x; first In the center fire Myer with a 3.00 average, Dan
u"' n with a 821-17x; second In the 45 Jackson with a 2.66, and George
OF ADVANCEMENT CERTIFICATESClub caliber with Leland with a 260. Other
a 812-17x, for a total part-
nstructor D.L Stewart (right) presents certificates of advance.ent .
aggregation of 248562x. icipants, but not entering the required -
to three members: of the Jax Navy Judo Club. They from four
are In the sharpshooter class David races to be evaluatedfor
[eft to right: Mike Sheff, Curtis Haverty and Shelly Haverty.
Williamson, AECS of NATTU,tooka standing, are Dick Copelandand
hoto by Harold Benson, AA)
third In the centerfire with a Bill Coleman. ,
763-7x; third In the 45 caliber
with a 759-13x; and a total The winner of the Frostbite
romotions Held At of 2330-29x and second series Is to be assigned a new I
place. Rhodes Bantam recently pur- a.NEXT
The Dixie Southeast Tourna- chased by the club. The boat, as TO NAS JAX
Jax Navy Judo ClubOn ment, sponsored by the Jax Police yet unnamed and unnumbered, is
I Club will be held on March 456. to be launched with traditional EV 83556fii't
ceremony In the.near future.

Monday January 27 the Jax and 16. The teams last tourna- Little To
League 1 1I
Judo Club held
promotion ment was the State Championships
exercises for members of the Jax held In! Su Petersburg In Nov- Your Wint.r bow ng I
Navy and Parental Home for ember. At that match Jax Navy Be Formed At
Colored Boys teams. Judges for won one first place and two second I -- ta& :
the event were Willie Jones,Black place trophies. Feb. 12 MeetingThe
Belt, and D.L.Stewart,Brown Belt. GySgt. Stewart Is the club instructor I
Members of the Jax Navy Teamto and would like to Invite Ladles Auxiliary of the I &: &iipI \
be promoted were Mike Sheffto anyone who is Interested In learn- Navy-Ortega Lakeshore Little
Yellow Belt, Curtis Haverty to ing the sport of Judo to see him League is having a meeting to I 1838 Cat sat Avenue PHONE EV''4-4556, ,
Orange Belt and from the wo- at the club, Bldg. 726. The clubs elect officers and get the Little 24 Newly modernized fanes Fully air-conditioned/ / ,
mens class Beverly Whitmore, schedule for Military Personneland League Program underway, on I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities
Shelly Haverty and Celia Haverty Dependents is: Wednesday February 12, at 7:30 I Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work ,
to Yellow Belt.Promoted Men--Monday and Wednesday p.m. in the Venetla School BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE
from the Boys Home 6:30: p.m. to 8:30: p.m. Lieutenant A.J.Smith Presidentof I I
were Charles Blackshear,Seaborn Boys ((6-16)--Saturday) 10:00 the Little League, will be at I FREE GAME
Bowens and Robert Deloney to a.m.12:00 this meeting.All I
Yellow Belt. Nathaniel Griffen and Woman ((6 and up) Saturday 12:00to mothers with sons In the I WITH TWO PAID GAMES.
David Lucas to Orange Belt. In 1:30 p.m.Visitors age bracket of eight to fifteen ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. I
the senior division Willie Ousley, are always welcome. years, and Interested in playing I I
Willie Peterson and Tyrone Little League Ball, are urged to
Stephens to Green Belt. APPRENTICE CLUB attend this meeting.A ---- --- -- -

The Jax Navy Judo team Is now The NAS Jax Apprentice Club person [is mature If he has am-
preparing for
a tournament In will hold its next Feb- bitions that are worthy, fixed and
Orlando to be held meeting on
February 15 ruary 10 at 7:30: p.m. Nominations realistic, and If he Is working LFa [
will be taken for new club officers Intelligently and Independently to ; peciat
at the Apprentice School achieve them.--David Lutzwetler,
Bldg. 953, Classroom 7. "The Test of Maturity," Alliance
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Game Night 7:30: p.m. 9:30: p.m.

Wednesday, February 12 .-..

Open _

CDR. JOHN W. VAUGHN, (right) assistant swim meet director, -
"I presents Kathy Nauman a first place ribbon, good for 10 points IBLACK ANGUS
for her team, as her father Copt. R.D Nauman (left) looks on.
(Navy Photo by Jerry Davis, JOSN)

Swim Team : Meat Company
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r pains the NAS JAX Novice Swim there will be many more in
,/. t Team coached by Chuck Phillipsof the future. $
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Saturday, January 25. p.m. at the Indoor pool. The
The surprising youngsters refused course Instructor will be Mike SIDES BOX STEAKS
to give ground In most events, Stevens of FA WelL According to
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Thursday, February 6 I THE BANK OFORANGE

Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00: p.m. PARK

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Wednesday, February 12

Open ;

CDR. JOHN W. VAUGHN, (right) assistant swim meet director,
"'Ic presents Kathy Nauman a first place ribbon, good for 10 pointsfor I BLACK ANGUS
L k her team, as her father Capt. R.D. Nauman (left) looks on
(Navy Photo by Jerry Davis, JOSH)

NAS J JAX Novice Swim Team "A or a steak z steer" :. A Real Meat Old-Fashioned Company Meat Market

4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362
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., Although still having growing years but it is anticipatedthat END CUT PORK CHOPS
pains the NAS JAX Novice Swim there will be many more in
Team coached by Chuck Phillipsof the future.
NAS JAX Special Services Department The JAX Officers Wives' Club 3 Ib M"s
took first place hands winter swim club will offer a ................
down, in the swim meet held at course in Junior Lifesaving which
the NAS JAX Indoor Pool on will commence February 5 at 6:30 HIND QUARTERSBEEF
Saturday, January 25. p.m. at the indoor pool. The
The surprising youngsters refused course Instructor will be Mike SIDES BOX STEAKS
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