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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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February 20, 1964


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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VOL. 21 NO. 4! Jacksonville, Florida FEBRUARY 20, 1964

Leading CPO WPDO Director, Announcer '

Middlefon H TIE- S Honored As Good NeighborsRear


RetiresMaster I! pMrl11 rtihw r4 Admiral Robert Gold pleasure that I present you with
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thwaite, Commander Fleet Air these Good Neighbor Awards."

Jacksonville honored two WPDQ The "Good Neighbor Award"was .
Chief Personnelman staff members, Feb. 11, with the instituted six
C. Middleton, leading chief } years ago and
James "Good
Neighbor Award" for out- these awards mark the
sixth and
officer for the staff of Com-
petty standing co-operation and assis- seventh time they have been
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville for pre-
tance to the Navy. sented.NATIU.
the past three and one half years Ed Grant,News Director and Bud

retired from naval service last N Porter, Chief Announcer were

Monday, receiving a personal fare given the awards In the Admiral's Changes

well from Rear Admiral Robert office, as Bob Fehlman Vice Pre-

Goldthwaite. sident of the station looked on. Name Back To

Middleton, together with his wife "It has been brought to my

Lorene, met with Admiral Gold- attention," said the Admiral,"that CenterBy
thwaite In his office where the staff your station over the years has Training

commander presented the retireeof GOOD HEIGHBORS-Ed Grant, News Director at WPDQ (L) and done a great deal for the Navy." D.W. Warren, J02

letter over of 22 years Navy duty witha Bud Porter, Chief Announcer, (R) receives the "Good NeighborAward" "In the past you have broadcastedour The Naval Air Technical Training

appre i.a.tion. from Rear Admiral GoldthwaiteComFairJax, fortheradio'shelp Open House shows,co-operated Unit here has returned to the
read In "You
It were
part: in the the public. ( Photo by Ron wonderfully with Naval personneland
staff presenting Navy to Navy Naval Air Technical Training Cen-
to during
assigned my your assisted in our information
Gardner, PH2)Donations) ter designator It carried prior to
final of active and
tour duty per- program Including live of
June 30, 1960. The was
formed your duties In an outstanding the recent honored Cavalcade of change
As of the Health Federal effective Feb. 3, 1964.
manner. supervisor Service Music. "It is with a great deal of
Flag Administrative Unit ... The Naval Air Technical Train-
and coordinated the ing Center In Its just over 23-
you efforts organized of that office to perform Its Led By HAS CO iLtCol I Babcock years history, has provided a

mission In a more effective and efficient variety of training functions to the

manner. By your outstand- Captain James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer, on Monday Assumes Marine. Navy, Including a brief span of
ing administrative ability, leader- kicked off the fund raising campaign here at NAS Jax for the 1964 training recruits In 1944. Train-

ship qualities, and supervisory attributes National Health and Federal Service Joint Crusade, giving his contribution Ing offered at different periods
you were Instrumental to Lieutenant Commander James A. Nichols, Military Per- Flight Command,, since 1940 has included Aviation

Increasing the standard and sonnel Officer. Machinist's Mate, Aviation Metal-
Lieutenant Colonel Ira V. Bab- smith, Aviation Radioman A-
The covers 11 agencies -
quality of that unit. Your courtesyand compaign
supported by civilian operates the Pine Castle Day cock has returned to NAS Jack- viation Gunnery Officer, Aviation
well being
tact as as your military
School ,and the Sheltered Work- sonville Officer of Radar Aviation Store-
and bearing at all times and military citizens of Duval as Commanding Operator,
appearance shop in Jacksonville with a pre- Marine Helicopter Squadron 765. keeper and various weapons systems .
reflected credit upon this com- County, seven of which are part
mand." of the National Health drive and sent enrollment of 105 children. Ifc held this post for 10 monthsin courses.
In addition to this support,mem- 1960.A Presently, the Naval Air Tech-
four featured the Federal Ser-
Earlier, Chief Middleton, who Is by
vice Crusade. bers of this non-profit corporation> pilot with 6500 hours In the nical Training Center includes
a native of Clearwater, Fla., received -
direct and coordinate the programsof air the Marine Re- three distinct branches
a token of appreciation and One such organization, the North 44-year-old training,
admiration from the staff per- Florida Association for Retarded three organized parent groups serve officer Is employed by the with breakdowns within each, anda

sonnel upon the occasion of his Children, strives to promote the Including special classes at Duval U. S. Army at Fort Rucker, Ala., Mechanical Fundamentals
retirement.The general welfare of mentally retarded County Public schools, and at the teaching Army pilots how to fly Course for Marine six-month reservists -
Sunland Training Center at Galns- helicopters.A operated by the Marine
Mlddletons have maintained children of all ages, at
yule, Fla.These combat veteran of both Work Aviation Detachment.
their I home at4409MarquetteAve., home, In Instltuions, and in
In Jacksonville for the past 17 public, private and religious activities are soley War II and Korea, Lt Col, Bab- Schools include: Aviation Elec-
financed through donations except cock has flown 2800 hours in trician's Mate Class "A" and
and Intend to continue schools. By this, I It helps In developing
years a better understanding of for four teachers furnished by helicopters and for five years was class "B"; Aviation Ordnanceman -
life here where two
civilian the problem of mental retardationby the Duval County Board of Public chief pilot for a Miami helicopter Class "A", Class "B", and
Susan, 17 and Judy,
daughters* Instruction for the Pine Castle firm. Aviation Ordance Officers Man-
15, attend school Susan Is a junior.. the public.
Training and education Is Day School. Following WW II, he operateda agement Course; and Aircraft
at Lee High School while Judy attends pro- in mind that with taday'sgenerous
vided for personnel dedicated to the Keep service station in Salamance, Maintenance Radiography Class
Lake Shore
Junior High. work In this field and donations, these victimsof N. Y., and was a member of "C" School.
The to
veteran Navyman came mental retardation can count on Of NA TTC's three branches of
the ComFairJax staff after three are encouraged to form and coordinate living longer, fuller lives than (See Colonel; page 6))
year tour aboard the Atlantic Fleet with the efforts and activi- earlier J\'f"( NAT'IC: pg 6J) _#
carrier USS Essex. Prior to that ties of these various groups. lead the fight on such health
The association finances and
,(See Retires Page 6)). problems. Give to the National
1- ,_ -- [ Health and Federal Service Joint
Lt S;;
: I Crusade.

t Management Chief

xiiii- 5: To Address AFMAChief

of the Navy's Management -
office, Edmund will be the principle speaker for

the Armed Forces Management

Association noon luncheon today
aI at the NAS Jacksonville Officers'

Club. Topic of his presentation is

"Navy Management Challenge As
A Result of Reorganization."

A native of Rochester, N.Y.,

Dwyer has been In Government '1':0

-: f service since 1934, predominantly

Leaves LCPO Position associated with the development Gives First Donation

Chief Middleton and we.with RA m. Goldthwaite._ (See ,\Ialagt'm.'agt 9) Copt. Compton and LCdr. NicholsA


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i A 2 AIR "NEWS FEBRUARY 20, 1964

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BELONGS TO you, IN youe ; ;A.Ii ,. IN., I:,.::....'\..,Xi" _'
Protestant Services at the All :

Saints' Chapel NATIONAL CAPACITY MUST/WA ''to. '

8:30 a.m. Service of Holy Com The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
munion distributed each Thursday the U. S. Naval Air Station,

9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Wor- Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
ship private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
9:30.ant; ; 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
UiOOa iu. Service Divine Worship PATRIOTISM'I publication. News items are welcomed) from all sources-
_" \v;; Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
solicited by the publisher queries
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship"- Advertisements are
'WEDNESDAY concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

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7:30 p.hi., .:: .Senior, Choir Re-
hearsal VOL. 21 NO, 48 FEBRUARY 2fr, 1964

Catholic Services at St. Edward's

Chapel, NATTC and Naval Hospital -

SUNDAY MASS Chaplain's Message

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital By Chaplain Robert W. RadcliffeThe
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.

Edward's Chapel K day Is just around the corner when our local beaches will soon

DAILY MASS again be popular. And one thing you will note, If you go to the beach,
1130 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel 't I I IAFc' I Is that ocean breakers seem to have the highest respect for people
MONDAY & TUESDAY who will face them and dive right into them. By the same token, they
seem to have only disdain( for those who timidly back up to them and
4:15 Hall NATTC
p.m. King the awful One will take the
crouch, awaiting Impact. man big waves,
FRIDAY heading right Into them, diving through them like a porpoise. He survives -
U. S. Naval Hospital President
p.m. Our First the worst of them, coming through neatly and unscathed.But .
SATURDAY the timid soul Is afraid of the breakers and they seem to knowit.
9:00 a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY Here comes a breaker..and there goes the timid soul, tumbling
_. ; Man's ManWe
Was Truly a head over heels, skinning his knees and his nose on the sand, endingup
7:00 8:00 and before -
p.m. p.m. like some helpess crab that has been washed ashore.
Masses all know that George Washington's Birthday is a national
Trouble has a similarly rough way of handling people who are afraidto
Catechism Classes: Grade School holiday -- an extra day off for many of us. But before you take off face It and deal with it.

SATURDAY on that long weekend, why not ask yourself how much you know about Here comes a high wave, arching for the break....right where you

10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities Washington, other than that he was the first president of our country. are standing. You try backing up to it hiding your eyes from its approach,
building Historians once pictured Washington as a man who was almost and down you'll go, rolling helplessly in Its foam and froth. But turn
722NURSERY he did. about his and
perfect in everything Stories honesty strength toward It as It comes closer, towering over you..dive Into It, and out
The Naval Air Station Nursery grew into legends. They set up George Washington as the example for you will come on the other side with a double thrill..the thrill of
all men to follow, but, in doing it, they made'him seem a cold and
Child and the thrill
located in Building 560 on conquering a menacing situation, of adventure.God .
Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun unfeeling person, almost too nearly perfect to be real. fashioned us In such a way as to enable us to work best when
day morning. Parents attending A closer study of his life shows that Washington was man of great facing forward. Our eyes are in front. Our feet face forward. Our
warmth with of
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- strong feelings humanity. arms are constructed to deal with the things out in front of us....
His record as a military leader Is perhaps one of the best
vVces may leave young children waysto not behind. By and large, life works best when we move Into it in a
illustrate this.
the nursery without charge forward manner, keeping our eyes on approaching events, and setting
As Commander-in-Chief of the first American Army, Washington
ourselves deal with them with forward
Station TrafficViolations worked long, weary days and nights to make soldiers of schoolboys, to our god-given, moving equip
farmers and businessmen. He used all his military knowledge and ment.
This is not a counsel of dare-devil living..going out to look for
defeat forces that often
personal strength to were stronger and better
trained than his own. trouble. Far from's simply a suggestion,based upon observation,
about how deal with when
to problems they come thundering and grindingin
Through the darkest days of the War of Independence, Washington -
upon us out of the deep. Running away from the problem or tryingto
and full of for
was courageous hope victory At Valley Forge.
Is of traffic
Following a report make it the of
violations for the he kept up the spirits of his men through a long, bitter winter with- disappear by escape strong drink is equivalent to
period February
turning our back to It. If the problem exists, it should be faced.
sufficient food
9 15. out clothing or shelter. He was plagued by the effortsof
through February jealous commanders in other parts of the country to destroy his Add to your forward-moving equipment that constantly faces front-
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis authority and have him removed from command. His army was often faith-and you see yourself destined by design, to be not a victim of

week February through Feb- placed In extreme jeopardy by a Congress which had no real power life..but a victor.Blood .

ruary 15 . . . 7 over the states It governed.
Total accidents this year through Historians say that Washington did more than any other man toward Donors NavyExchangeNamed
February 15 .29 winning the Revolutionary War. But he didn't do it by beinga
Total accidents through February cold, unfeeling military strategist. He did It by sheer force of will

1963 . . . .43 a deep desire for freedom, and a. warm devotion to the men who Holiday Hours
Number of days since last InjuryIn served with him. These are the traits which we in the Armed Forces -

motor vlhtcle accident .5 might best reflect upon In observing his birthday. (AFPS) Twenty-eight enlisted persons The following hours of operationfor
recently donated blood to the Naval the Navy Exchange acltvities

NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis :'...''".. "' .'.>..' Hospital Blood Donor Center. to go into effect for February
week . . 64 ...."''t.,' ...... .. I 21-22 will be:
Speeding . . . 10 +':'j.\>;' ( Donors from Aircraft Main- Friday February 21

Reckless Driving . .1 -- tenance Department were: EarnestQ. 'Mainslde
Going through stop sign 8 Adams, ADJ2; Thomas L. Commissary Sales Bldg. 1511 -
Other violations . .45 ". Adams, AA; Michael C. Capurso 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Forth-five drivers appeared before ,, AA; Randall L, Carlson, AN;EddieL. Commissary Store Bldg. 135 -

the Traffic Hearing Boardat Carpenter, AMH2; Francis E. 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. ?
the meeting held on Clarkin, AMH2; Paul M.
February 'rJ 'rr 'r- ; Doyle Bluejacket's Inn Bldg 46-12
17. Disposition of the cases Include -J, AMH2; Albert G. Erbach, AMH2; noon -,1:00, a.mi ;
the following: 19 lost drivingand ;. 4':," t Robert L. Hallmark, FA; EdwardE. Cafeteria Operations Bldg. 118
parking privilege aboard J" ". Hammond, AN; Ward W. hfet- Contlnous

station for various periods; 14 R. .,. man, AK1; Michael A, Meyer, AN; Cafeterial Bldg. three 2:30 p.m.
assigned to complete an eighthourcourse ;}. "' Joseph R. Nocllla, ADRC; DonaldT. 10:30: p.m.
in remedial driving In f : .,. ... Noel, AA; Ronald A. Peck Golf Shack Bldg. 18778:00a.m.. -
Instructions; two had suspended :r, & AA; and Robert F. Williams, AA. 7:00:: p.m.
penalties; 20 were given warnings; ;.. _:!,? NATTCNATTC
one was dismissed; and 11 were ': 9'' : '. Donors from the NAS Station Enlisted Mens Club Bldg.

referred commanding officersfor 't >.. Brig were: PVT Robert H. Ballew, 593 -12 noon 11:00: p.m.
possible disciplinary action. : :Yl" LCpl Jerre E. Brooks; RichardM. All other activities will be

I Detviler, AA; Ronald D. Dur- closed.

'GOODWILL PUPPY-Rcor Admiral Robert GoldthwaiteComFairJax, anceau, AR; Clarence L. Frost, Saturday, February 22
Sayings: ,'Bonds are, riot only a AR; Ronald H. Hammett, AR All
'. assists Steven Heath of Cub Scout Pack 18, in taking a puppy ; Navy Exchange activies will
sensjbkr.way to Save, they make an James A. Helton, MM2; Charlie be
from a Goodwill bag as Steven's father, Bob Heath, Goodwill In* open regular Saturday hours
excellent method o-trt: ring.YOQr:,'dustriei, .Pirector looks on. Among the 1,800 collected bags of'u''nuiuaI.odd E. Mabry, SA; J.B. Monaghan. with the exception of Commissary
ticket secure retirement" FA': Joe W. Powell, AA
own to ; Marshall Sales Bldg. 1511 and the Commissary -
<'empty bag with dollar
a taped to M.
Rem SH3
; and Thomas
Ryals, Store will
135 which
years. Bldg.
I the outsldNpv.Phcio( ; .v" FR.
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MoviesMovies CI&E Offers MARINES GET PROMOTEDFive --
Marine Aviation Detach-

Absentee Ballots merit Marines Received pro ".. ;
will be shown regularly at motions from LtCol. John Urell, ?, ,C +
7 p. m. on Monday through Sat Detachment Commanding Of- ,
The Federal
urday; at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. of 1955 Is Voting AssistanceAct ficer at formal ceremonies last _____
designed to help _
on Saturday; and Sunday, at the active duty members of the Armed Saturday. (L to R) GyGst. Wes-; ______
Malnslde and NATTU Theaters and Forces, and their dependents, to ley Fox, hidden by Col. Urell _____ w
the at Hospital 7 p. m Theater.only on These Sunday times at vote by absentee ballot when their Is SSgt. Howard 0. Disque, _______ ."' r
Doll) Robert __
are subject to change. duty or services require them to SSgt. Harvey, SSgt.
be away from their legal voting J. Marcel and SSgt. James A.

Thursday, February 20, places at election time.A Orton. (Marine Photo)

Mainside-Ceremony -Laurence special application form is

Harvey, Sara Miles printed for use of persons coveredby Ever had a rainy day financially? j
NATTC Wheeler Dealers, the Act. This Is called Federal Then you should get acquainted with
James Garner, Lee Remick Post Card Application Absented United States Savings Bonds. Ask ..
Hospital To Catch a Thief Ballot and may be used to apply your banker or the bond officer
Cary Grant, Grace Kelly for an absentee ballot and registration where you
Friday, February 21 and/or absentee ballot must
Mainside .. Cry of Battle be made as early as the state
Van Heflin/Rita Moreno permits. Forms of this type are
NATTC available for all
Cermony eligible personnel
Laurence Harvey Sara Miles at the CI&E Office building 955.
Hospital Wheeler Dealers, work.'I
James Garner Lee Remick
Saturday, February 22
Mainside Gunfight at Com-
manche Creek Audie Murphy,
Coleen Miller I a I ( '
NATTC Cry of Battle-
Van rfeflin, Rita Moreno
Hospital Ceremony-Laurence
Harvey, Sara Miles
Sunday, February 23
Mainside War Empress Ker-
win Mathews, Tina Louise 4538 SAN JUAN AVE.
NATTC Gunfight at Com-
manche Creek Audie Murphy,
Coleen Miller 1 YEAR GUARANTEE
Hospital Cry of Battle Van
Heflin, Rita Moreno

Monday, February 24' % 9J "... t", "'""' t\G. __.,
Mainside No Man is an Island ,
Jeffery Hunter, Marshall SERVING
Thompson 1
.NATTC War Empress DUVAL SOUTHwEST 64 FORD"FASTBACK . .$2899 60 FORD . . . .$777
Kerwin Mathews, Tina Louise COUNTY Gal axle 500" 390 V8 Engine, 4-ln-the 2-Door.
floor. Heater
Hospital Gunfight at Com- ,,,1 COMPlETE
manche Creek Audfe Murphy ''W CONVENIENT
Coleen Miller
Tuesday, February 25 SERVICES BANKING
Mainside Vertigo -KimNovac, tic I'I *
James Stewart
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NATTC No Man is an Island r ..U..170Ar.J00h.
Jeffery Hunter, Marshall- ln1..1 r.o.r.AM.I+lOAr.f Ir.All p.r o r,, 61 CORVAIR KAGON . . .$988 62 ENGLISH FORD . . .$888
Thompson .. ...
Hospital War Empress Kerwin 11"1 r" .
Mathews, Tina Louise < -
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Wednesday; February 26 -j
Mainside Incredible Mr.Limpet

Don Knotts, Carolyn Cook |I 14121 ILANOINCOUlfVAID .
Kim No- 7716161
NATTC Vertigo 62 CHEVROLET . . .$1488 56 CHRYSLER . . .. .$588
vac, James Stewart 2-Door, V8, Stick Shift. Hardtop Extra Nice.
Hospital No Man is an .Island ;

Jeffery Hunter, Marshal Member of FDIC 59 FORD WAGON . . .$795 58 PONTIAC . . . .$795
Thompson Automatic, Radio, Heater. 9 Pass. Wagon. Power access. Extra nice.

63 OLDS CUTLASS.$2399 56 PLYMOUTH . . .$295
Like New. .

the ONE place to 60 CHEVROLET . . .$1395 4 Door Hardtop
58 CHEVROLET . . .$595
4-Door Hardtop, Auto., R&H,
call formoney 61 CHEVROLET . . P.S.i16fs 4-Dr Bel Air Hardtop, V8AutoP.S.&B.
Impala Conv., Auto, Radio, Heater. 61 RENAULT SEDAN . . .$495 .

58 OLDS ; '. . .$695 61 FORD $15951;
4-Dr.Auto, R&H, Power & air cond 2 Dr. Hardtop, va', uto''p'.s:&: B.


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PHONE HOME New FRAHaII Total Tag Sales Will Voting Registering Rights

1.0250 I
SP 1.3770 SP

WE WIRE FLOWERS. Set For June Exceed The 1964 license PrevlousYear tag sales which Outlined For Civil Workers
Fleet Reserve Branch 126 of the
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We&oonnett103rd was sponsored by Navy
Fleet Reserve Association .will Club reached a close today with Federal employees and mem- .Q. In most states a registrarIs
Rotat hold a branch meeting this even- total sales exceeding $500. bers of their families have the appointed by the County Clerkor
Ing at the Fleet Reserve Associa- There was a 50 cent charge for right and obligation to register and Clerk of the Court. Can a
: ST.'S. WESCONNETT BLVD. tion Hall, 4530 120th Street beginning the sale of each plate. This years vote. Queries and comments of em- Federal employee accept such appointment -
at 8:10 p. m. that many peopledo ?
FLOWERS sales went well over the $450 ployees Indicate
Funds are now available for the mark of last years sale. npt reallHSihe extent of permitted A. Yes If In doing so he gets
OR EVERY ,OCCASIONFREE I completion of the new FRA Hallon activities under political permission from his agency and
Blanding Boulevard. The Career enlisted member Navy activity rules governing Federal the work does not Interfere with
DELIVERYJEWELL J. SMITH expected completion' date is sometime and Marine Corps are invited to employees. The questions range his agency's business. This is a
.In June. attend. from those dealing with rights and matter for each agency to decide.
I restrictions under specific pro- Q. May a Federal employee be
WE CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE UNDER SOLD visions of the Hatch Act to those excused for a reasonable time to
dealing with the Federal Govern- vote or to register to vote?
ment's attitude toward cooperatingwith A. Yes. As a general rule,where
Valiant local authorities In an effortto the polls are not open at least
Chrysler Plymouth get citizens to register and three hours either before or afteran
i! vote. employee's regular hours of
The following questions and ans- work he may be granted an a-
; WE PLEDGE TO BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES wers have been prepared for the mount of excused leave which will
Information of him
guidance and permit to report work
Approximately 18 minutes froth NAS South on Hiway 17
employees.Q. three hours after the polls openor
What is the Commission's leave work three hours before
general philosophy with regard to the polls close, whichever requires -
the individual's participation in the lesser amount of time
I I I registration? off. If an employee's voting placeIs
I I A. The Commission, over the beyond normal commuting
I years, has expressed the view thatit distance and vote by absentee ballotis
believes all citizens should be not permitted, the employeemay
I encouraged to register and to vote, be granted sufficient time off
I and that no impediment should be in order to be able to make the
PHONE JACKSONVILLE DIRECT 264.6555AUTHORIZED permitted which would hamper an trip to the voting place, not to
individual from participating in exceed a full day.
registration activities and voting.Q. Q. May United States property
May a Federal employee participate be used for registration purposes?
CHRYSLER C in nonpartisan registrationdrives A. Yes. A White House memo-
A. Yes, to the fullest extent pos- expressed the Administration'sdesire
sible.Q. that Federal activities cooperate -
May he direct such nonpartisan with local authorities and
registration drives? nonpartisan citizens groups inpro-
I A. Yes, he may exercise com- grams to facilitate registration.This .
plete supervision.Q. memorandum reaffirms a
May a Federal employee similar White House memorandum
[ participate in a registration drive Issued October 17, 1960.Q. .
S conducted by a political party which'Is ,How far does the Federal
S not carried out on behalf of Government's cooperation with
specific candidates? local officials extend In regi'stra-
A. Yes, with certin qualifica- tion on collection of poll tax?
tions. If the Federal employee is A. Such cooperation may include:
% engaging in registration activitiesfor a. Publicity among employees
the purpose of encouraging the concerning the deadlines and loca-
registration of voters on a parti- tions for registration and for pay-
san political basis, such activity ment of poll taxes.
would violate the Hatch Act. The b. Provision of space on Federal -
employee must see to it that his installation for persons authorized
role in the drive is wholly non- to handle registration and
partisan in character and that he payment of poll taxes.
impartially registers voters for c. Other measures which will
the party of their choice without not result in undue disruptionof
attempting to influence the Individual the public business and which
being registered. are voluntary In nature
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If your budget is obsolete-

"MayDay" Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard specializesin

renting money to Naval personnel. For high

priority service, telephone ahead for a personal (and

top secret) appointment. You'll be surprised how low

your monthly payments will be.

Loans to $600 *mfm t *ajii* acis3nm *rmji fifafajftT

..... Over 700 "cash canteens" from coast to coast Wherever you're office of Capt. J.R. Compton, NAS CO, Friday, February 14. Lt.
stationed, there's always a Seaboard office near you. (D9')' Meyers came; to NAS on! Sept. 13, 1963' from the uss Forret
Royal, DD872, and was attached to the Special Services DIVISIonof ,
215 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 34 ,West( Duvol St., Jacksonville NAS having much to do with the Sailing Club. The latter part
Telephone ELgin 6.1251 Telephone ELgin 6.3311 of February, Lt.jg( ) Meyers will leave for flight training in Pensa- '
cola, Fla. (Navy Photo by Harold BensonAAr )

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VP-18 DepartsFor Sebring Extend Starting

ExercisesIn Positions To SeventyTwoBy ,

Puerto RicoOn Jerry Davis, J02 i I/t/

Drivers and cars from all over greatest 4 _
Saturday, 15 February, The the United States and the world ever held at t
Flying Phantoms of Patrol I over are heading for Sebring
Squadron Eighteen departed the Florida to be on hand for the starting

U.S. Naval Air Station, Jackson- Social Meeting Held 21 classic has
ville, Florida for the NavalStation the usual
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico for By Navy Wives field to
their annual participation in Club 86 Even lesser
Operation Springboard. car entries
Patron Eighteen, commanded by The Navy Wives Club #86 helda list, hauling
Commander S.K. Mansfield, and Social Education meeting Wed- of miles at,
under the operational control of nesday, February 19 with guest hope that last
Commander Fleet Air Wing speaker Mrs. F.M. Perry who isa cidents and
Eleven Captain L.P. Pressler, registered Parliamentarian of may open a
will be in Roosevelt Roads for Jacksonville. Mrs. Perry gave a their class. CLOSE-Tony'Lilly, Ft. lauderdale, Florida, act auto racing
about two weeks. During this per- lecture on Parliamentarianism Coming banks a shpt off the hair pin curve at the 1963 Sebring 12
iod, the squadron will complete proceedures. Texas will be Endurance Race. Lilly already is assured of a ride at the
their qualification and competitive Refreshments were served after Sharp, who Saturday classic starting at 10:00 a.m.
exercise for the fiscal year. the meeting by Mrs. Harold Chevy powered
These exercises are designed to Krause; Mrs. Ray Maul and Mrs. cars that in
test each flight crews ability to James Dodson. were almost CAN YOU
carry out their assigned tasks On February 20 there will be a honored c
and to evaluate their training over covered dish luncheon at 12 noon, switched to a TAKE YOUR CAR WITH YOU?
the past year.Operation with Mrs. Carl Freel Chairmanand designed power For Financing and Insurance
Springboard is an Mrs.Vivian Pendely Cochairman. Hall, with'' stateside and overseas, call
annual exercise in which most of Theme for the occasion will Penske of DYER M. BURR, presenting
the units of the Atlantic Fleet be "George Washington's"birth- be at the Mr o
with decorations. bore vt GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
participate. day appropriate prototype SELF"
seat of 3.190 5613 Tlmuauana Road.
with a factory PH. 771-0527

It t engine.With autom
that rti BP B w r-- m
realizing' ,
... ,,'i' '. .at the great
,.#i" 'R' their products ROOSEVELT MALL

". the Sebring
; .., ,:; be a show of
< i ., .. .. ';\* .: :,. I.' t,1
jjj '
h and
,1 drivers
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.' .. I ,II.' :, ,'f,.,, :' Saturday
', :, yf March 21 will
,,t \V HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY-9 am.6
,:;: ,' greatest
.. J' ,..I straining to Center"i
_. .__. .......;;, \. is equal their OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: IiI 1:30: P.M.

[LmatPd: in Th" Roosevelt Mall .shopping C'ntrtrnn R'IIIMvplt 131vr1
ORY-For the first time in anyone's WESTERN AUTO
memory at Aircraft Maint-
nonce Department all nineteenof ,EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY

their air craft were in the air ASSOCIATE
and flying simultaneously. W.T. : FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED

Atwell, ADCS, the iron most responsible I mi. north of NAS at 5541 Roosevelt WITH CAR WASH !
for the act could not In Venetia Village.
be at the time the pictures -
present Radios
TV's, Appliances, Davis
taken. Other
were men responsible -
from (L to R) C. D.WoodADR2 Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc.
; J.H. Buckman, AMS2; More than 16.000 items TO CHOOSE

J. W. Duncan
Boberg; Lt.jg( ) ; EV 8-3470
D.S. Wagstaff, AEC; L. E, Todd,



L Llit

Lowest Prices Silt 1 1hr 2 fir
$ SAVE $$ .. Highest Trade-in Allowance for 983' MhlJ17H1S ill 111 slit list 31322 MJ2

: Easy Terms The Nicest 7Ki15 11 Jl 12.El 4U2
BIG DISCOUNTSTO :1r. 2 for 1866 7EOI1S7Ui14 1111 Illl SU2
i:lr''I 1211 23.Si 45)2)
4 for $ 1111 USI 1112
IGOll) 11.13 21K 11)2nwfmtmmi
5552 Beach Blvd.-2600
All Tins Plus Tax .Exchong..N.. $3.00 AdJ-On il Old Tir Net CappobU
r Full One-Year Guaranteed

On Every Car Sold .

SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50 tA/v:/z,'.r({1 b.I;_' 583. ,

1504 llMAn HvJ. 1244 rhiU*HtotfCAMOU '
6075 ROOSEVELT BLVD. |7rk fr MAIN (Ie...Hill fL,.1011
I Ip .....
r IL 41031"SANDY" 1.11!.C-I -Au
EV 8-3516 "Jacksonville's ': :. CROUO, 0.-$ b.WW.M4....,... 0,..W..;;........r,..MU. -
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Vi Mile N. of HAS Main

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(Continued i from page 1))

j rio the Aviation Electrician's certain amount of training and
1 '. training experience In his field
Mate Schools turn out the largest may be
"' enrolled In Aviation
TAKE OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOM number of personnel ,
f' 4s j These schools train Navymen to "B" School. This course,
r .,,. 0 aircraft electrical which is much more advanced than
i maintain and repair
the Class "A"
and equipment The course, delves
\% J ii i AE-A School is the basic school.It deeply into the intricacies of mis-
PIZZ ... takes the non-rated Airman and siles. A great deal of the mat-
our specialty" i trains hinj In all the fundamental erial covered In this course is
skills. :In this school, he studys classified.A .
FRANK.DERICKSON, theory and applications of alter- school believed to be the first
.. nating current and direct current.He of Its kind In the Armed Forces
In the Heart of Cedar Hills also studys such equipmentas was placed In operation at the Naval

3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph electric motors, generators, Air Technical Training Center almost -
771-0170 gyro-compasses and autopilots.After two years ago. It is the
completing AE-A School Aircraft Maintenance Radiography
-------- ---- ----- Class "C" School.
and developing his skills by prac- Radiography is

I Lt. Col. Ira V. Babcock tical application In the Fleet, tf e a non-destructive which testing processIn
*Do Your Winter Bowl Aviation Electrician's Mate may x-ray techniques are
I return to NATTC Jacksonville for employed to search but internal
r I G w? ColonelContinued advanced schooling in the Avia- defects In aircraft parts. The
1)) tion Electrician's Mate Class"B" curriculum includes study of non
( from page
I School. In this school, he delves destructive testing, mathematics,
I rJfI --- Marine Fighter Squadron 441,U.S. into much more advanced phasesof darkroom procedures,operation of
Marine Corps Reserve. his rate. The training empha- radiography equipment, expos-
I '1838 Cassat Avenue PHONE EV 4-4556 I The new commanding officer is sizes electronics and also includes ures, and actual application of
24 Newly modernized lanes O Fully air-conditioned a member of the Aircraft Owner'sand advanced mathematics applicableto radiographic( techniques.

I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities Pilot's Association, the Vet-, the AE rating. (EDITOR'S NOTE: Next week
I Complete Pto Shop and Guaranteed Work erans of Foreign Wars, the Elks, The Aviation Ordnanceman the Air News will continue this
BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE and the Miami Consistory (Scottish Class "A" School trains non- report on NATTCs organization.)
I Rites). rated Airmen In the fundamentalsof
FREE GAME His medals and decorations include the ordnance field. This trains
I I : the ,Good Conduct Medal, ing includes mathematics, elec- Retires

I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. I II tronics applicable to weapons sys-
ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. American .Theater Campaign, tems, guns, munitions and rockets. (Continued./mm page 1))
I I 'Astatic-Pacific Ribbon with one During a part of their training,
combat star, World War II victory .they actually fire weapons which assignment he served at and aboard
Medal, Korean Service and 'have been pre-set to develop ships out of Norfolk, Va., and also
United Nations ribbons.He malfunction. When the malfunction In New York State.
B develops, they find and correct Chief Middleton and his wHO.who
16 III MIS I his wife, Dorothy, daughter, the trouble, observing all safety is also a native Floridian from
Darlene, and son, Carl, reside at
precautions.The Ocala, had planned to retire on
Woodland Dr. Dothan,
707 W. ,
rated Ordnanceman with a February 8, rounding out22years,
Locations To Serve You Ala. six months, on the anniversaryof
their 22' years of marriage.

6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD.;). }y2 Mile N, HAS Gate! Auto Liability Insurance
5444 NORMANDY, Across From Atlantic Mills I Quality Control
2809 MA PORT RD. ft) Mile From NS Gate.. DUVAL COUNTY RATES
( Pru'ttTlreCo.* Over 25 Married .$39.00 Over 25 Single!;. S43.00
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE. formerly > 21-25 Married. . 555.00 21-25 Single. . $72.00 Seminar Held
.On Tire Batteries 'Shock Broke FRITZ Under :21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. $115.00
.,_ Front. End ._ Engine. & Transmission Work P(R.t ARM C.P.O.AN ) 6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLAN


G DOWtEASY'PAYME; ITS Control Seminar was' held at the
> ,,, .,t
__ ; 1" 7#,Y> !,, w C:...k: "yy << r;:}.j; '1. a tlear Main Gate NAS, JAX Naval Air Station Sanford, Fla.,
wiL ww .i t.ia&,4; "'"MW.1fead':'alPfRw 1ji; z.*lf&' S> n ,
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM 6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676 recently, giving those who attendeda
clearer Insight on the maintenance -
100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless of naval aircraft.
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing Those from NAS Jackson-
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee WHY PAY MORE? ville and tenant commands who

750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE attended were: Lieutenant Com
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE IT'S THE DIFFERENCE YOU mander S. Strauss, R.E, Thledke,
850 x 14. 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE AMCS and J.F. Bartlett, A El,
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE all of A/C Maintenance Department
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE ; F.H. Umble, AQCS, and
650 x 13, 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE AND AT R.A. Meadows, ADC, of VAP-62,
670 x'15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE H.C. Shumpert, AECS, and D.V.
710 x 15- 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE Biddie, AMCS of VP-18 MJ
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE Flattery, AMCM, and E.P. Szeli-
gowski, AEC of NARTU: J.J.
... BU1CKby0: x1S: .': r" i750.:1'41i: : :: AND OLDSMOBILEGreen Leverence of the o&R Department;
RECAFSt:;:. BLACK: :/; r. 'MSW.TU: ELESS ; R.E. Lynch, AMHC of VP-16: ;J.P.
f "Y, SIZE. :..! TU ETY"E :," 't, O'Brian, AMSC, M.F. Jones
)\! .. ?'l). ".
"-" '' \<
>?''t """'"' .of .' > 4.$ .1: > ,.' \ Cove FloridaJUST
f!::1!!!"t., <#o.> 0 et'J' 'h". > d'n": : !'" 4 I' *' 'I.t"'j.ff <\ Springs, ADCM, andMJ. McWatersATC,
,,.. ,; '\\'i all of VP-5 AECS
G.S. ,
..4 );.j?' .,. ,, JrrO; .. ,> < ,,,1; ,.,, i7: .r 18 MINUTES FROM NAS, SOUTH ON HIWAY 17 of VP-45; ;and G.L.Copeland West. ATI

ANY U.S. Attending from NAS Sanford,together
264-9600 ,
ALIGNMENT PLUS PARTS & LABOR 31.95 264-9580 with the host LieutenantJ.T.
THE DIFFERENCE IS LESS !' Talmadge, was T.G Frase,
2 SHOCKS LABOR & PARTS 12.95 ADJC, both of whom are with that
station's A/C Maim Department.

BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95 Complete, Modern Service Dept. The function of this type seminarIs
to provide quality control per-
WHEEL BALANCE .99 sonnel of all activities attending

WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3.99 SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! with Inspection a means of comparing noteson
methods, problemsin
TUNE UP 4.95 W. H. FERGUSON, Mgr. organization, and how to bet er
maintain naval aircraft and associated

BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.RM4NDV J, W. Williams Walter LucasRES which It also senior equipment.provides enlisted a medium personnelcan from

O1 ROOSEVELT 2809 MAYPORT ROAD PHONE 284-3119 RES PHONE 284-9633 be kept abrest of the up-to-
j.28-8 ''EV 44631 CH"64825 date advancements in the navalar:
maintenance program.


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FEBRUARY 20, 1964

Waves .' .,. .., v." ..... .....' >.:,' ..." c,,
Attending Modeling CourseIn I. 'I"'I ;
: : ;l: ,
.: 'I! \'.1
.<:,'#@t .<. w....,_ ;,.'.'-'{'': '

Preparation For Pal Day ShowFour -l. :_ : ..f'J :""''.:':;'- :-, <"J:. ::1 l ,< -.

Ads should be mailed: to the JAX AIR NEVTS. 4724 Clyde Drive

Jax Navy Waves were Introduced Jacksonville 8. Florida, to arrive not liter than Tuesday for publication
to the hidden secrets of the following Thursdav .\diarn\ingtooUte. for this deadline .
becoming high fashion models last : will be: published: the following week unless the publisher
e Saturday In preparation for civic is instructed otherwise A check or money order for the full cost
show being planned for early in of the ad must be: received: VUTH the cops for the ad
Terry Dahly, local RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . Sl.OO
television personality and fashion Per additional line ((4 words per line). .3S
expert, gathered the girls togetherIn a
the Navy Wives Club house hereon
the Station where they walked

through the somewhat unfamiliar FOR SALE 1955 SUPER 88 FOR SALE 1962 Pontiac Grand
paces. OLDSMOBILE, EXTRA CLEAN Prix, radio and heater. Sealed
The Waves attending the instructions Power steering & Brakes, Radlo& bids accepted at Credit Union Of-
were Sheila Kavanaugh, Heater, AT, Back Up Lights, Good fice from Feb. 20 through and
RM2 of' NAS Communications: to, Tires, Sound Mechanical Condi- including Feb 25, 1964.
Cecile Spies, MA3 of NATTC Ad- .. tion, One Owner. Call Revels
min; Cheryl Ellefson, SA of NAS Motorama 264-6511 FOR SALE 63 Falcon Futura
Supply; and June Hulse, ACAN of .."..:. ;' '':" ;.... ; '.'.. HT,R&H, AT,PS,Air Cond Bucket
RATCC. .. .1''. ,1" 'I.... Seats, only 7,000 miles, 16 ma
According to Miss Dahly, the 1 f"it FOR SALE 1335 Orange Circle. Factory warranty remaining Phone
girls, all volunteers, are being So. Orange Pk. 3 BR, Fla. Rm., 264-6555.
groomed for parts they will play Ranch house, cent heat, A/C,
in a fashion show to be sponsored }g. fenced yd. and fireplace, Call FOR SALE 64 Fiat 600D Assume

by the Senior Women's ... .','. CO 4-6481. Occupancy.FOR payments, $46.95, 33 Months
z Club Jacksonville as part) : Phone 771-7362.
of the festivities of the annual .
SALE Ortega Hills -
Day on May ;> 3 BR, 2 B, porch, gar, cent heat &
The Waves will join other top MODEL original price over $300
A/C. built-in kitchen, fenced yd
models of Jacksonville in model- Has Balance $61 or reliable party
ing clothes from Iveys DepartmentStore. r- '.. \ ", : ;4 $2500 EV 86259.equity for $1500 down. assume $7 payments. Sew. mach.
.h does all fancy designs. Call
Further classes will be held, ., ; 353-1948. Free inspection. A-l
said Miss Dahly,with the times and Sewing Machine Exchange Inc
dates posted on the bulletin boardof Will deliver.
J4I', ". ( FURN APT. 4 rms, sep ent.
: !
the Waves Barracks. Also, any 10 min. town, 20 min. NAS, $50
other volunteers who are inter- t. plus util No children. Military Reliable driver to deliver station
ested in learning modeling tech- couple preferred. EV 8-9886 for wagon this weekend New York.
niques are invited to attend. appointment. Exchange for transp. EV 9-4594.




, ,. '; ".. .Meat Company

"A ."ok
or a ,,,'ee," A Real Old-Fashioned Meat Market
3 4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771.7362

MODELING CLASS shows ((1)) Terry Dahly properly positioning Ceelle's arm; ((2)) showing Sheila
correct stance; ((3)) giving everyone additional pointers; ((4)) demonstrating chin and head positionwith TRY OUR FREEZER
Cheryl; and ((5)) importance of properly handling a hand bag with June. (Navy Photos by Marc .

Whetstone, J01)Ladies)

Auxiliary 126 Celebrate 9th BirthdayThe SPECIALHIND

LadiesAuxlli'aryoitheFleet .Boyd; Mrs. Douglas FesslerMrs. Mrs L. p, Whitmire., tile past QUATERS
The president"alo announced -
Reserve Association unit126held# Stanley Danielson; Mrs. Arthur president.
their ninth anniversary meeting at Grubb; and Mrs. James Murphy. national that awards unit over has their won eight nine BEEF SIDES. BOX STEAKS
the meeting hall in Yukon Thurs- They were welcomed and presentedwith
The charter by the unit's president years.
13. a
day, corsage
members still living in this area Mrs. Richard. A twood. Each The youth activities chairman the, FOR THE BEST MEAT IN TOWN
who attended Mrs. RobertESI spoke briefly of the progress the Mrs. Floyd Brown
unit has made in the past nine Valentine committee partiesshe has assisted in and giving her Let Us Fill YoHr Freezer

years.Plans were completed for the to the scout leaders .of girl scout "Meat is Our Business Our ONLY Business"
32 and 157. The unit Is
ninth annual birthday Ball to be troops
held at the Riverside Lion's Clubon sponsoring both, of these troops.
February 29. Tickets will be 4
$3.00 per couple and music will ;7z2- I
be provided by Max Wolniewicz'sband.
All Fleet Reserve Associa-
tion members are urged to help /
car insurance buy- the unit celebrate their ninth birth

famous low rates day.Lindsey For tickets chairman call at Mrs.771-4411 Louie We are tuned to

and top.service.

Contact me today I Richard or contact Atwood her ;committee Mrs. Warren Mrs. Navy Problems. .

Zeilman; Mrs. Glenn Stoker Mrs.
I JOE Conly Ownby or Mrs. H. W.

Grimes. Tickets will also be a- __ ....II .....
LUTENPhone vailable at the door.
Mrs. James Bradstreet was a
guest at the meeting with an inita-
3811 771-6400 tation held for Mrs. Morris Haller. r W RIVERSIDE BAM Fw9CKso$4
Blvd L
Blending < Mrs. Wilson Sandefer was pre- : :
STATE FARM-[* sented with a pin for bringing ten % 1234 KING ST 384-7541 ,,'
IMuil" AwtMMtllt .icstanpap .._. into the unit .. '
members by '
feat OfflWl IfcMlAltM IIIWOUJ '.J new O II"" ''''0' 'e. ''U'I. "



"Stop Smoking" Two VP-18 Phantoms Earn

Clinic Held At I

Civic AuditoriumA New Aircrewman Wings

special free five-day "stop Curtis "Pappy" ppy" Gartman's "Wings of
smoking" clinic will be held for ADRC, and Raymond were pinned on by.
Jacksonville's civilian and military AE3 were designated Commander, E.L.
populace next week In the Civic Neptune Alrcrewman his Plane Com-
auditorium.The day 7, February and Janney's "Wings of
program, made Up of six 'day, 11, February, were pinned on him by his
1 ,ONLYConsole sessions, It will run from Mon- ceremonies at Commander r, Commander
day thru Thursday, at 7:30 p. m., IB'* Hangar 123 at Mansfield, VP-18's Com-
and Is sponsored by the 7th Day N val Air Station. Officer.
Stereo Adventist Church, of 2036 SilverSt. designation is the
of long hours of hard work
Access to the clinic may be made study. It is the goal of all
through the Hogan Street entrance. ( crew members; and
it is a definite honor.
Hi-Fi is the son of Mr. &
I J John Janney of Donora, Pal
in the Navy in August.

REG. $199.00 $122 00 ......................... and 1962.reported'to Janney is a VP-18 graduate in
FRIDAY!: "A" school and the FAW
TERR IC VALUES.. .-..STARTS........................:: School He serves as the
< 'i on his flight crew. Jan-
1 1ONLY J st about the' WINGS- OF-GOLD- older brother John is also
mo.t frig:! tening man, ADRC, VP-18, -18 Phantom.
motipri, picture Aircrewman, wings from Gartman is presently
Record his 30th year on active
PlayerREG. ever made! Commander, He first enlisted in the Army
der E. L. Wilkinson
1931 and served until 1937.
ies held in VP 18's
For Pappy enlisted in the Navy
NAS. (Navy Photo) in which he has served

$19.99 22 Baby that time. During this
12 Pappy figures he has
Jafle'eo about nine or ten
flight hours in various
le of aircraft. He has flown in
R4D's, SMB'S, PBY's,
Junk and he has his own
a Vultee SNV for two
Chief Gartman served in
EARRINGS, etc, Pacific during World War II
VALUESTO the Purple Heart,Pres-
Unit Citation Asiatic-
$1.00 Campaign Ribbon Phil-
4 Defense Medal WW II
GIRLS'Bouffant Medal, Navy Occupation
CREWMAN'S Medal, National Defense
R. Janney, AE3, of TRADE"P and The Good Conduct
ceives his six'bronze stars Chief
Slips BElIE DAVIS from his Plane is married to the former
K. Walker and they have
VP-18' Commanding
daugthers, Patricia 16 and
BEn JAVIS Commander S.K. (
14, who attend Forest High
Photo) and Jefferson Davis High
REG. $2.99 92 eWomen's KARL MAIDEN FRA Holds respectively.

and On Friday, TAILORS FOR
GirdlesSIZES 'In Club will host a
music provided by
DeADINGeR Alongs". .
TO STRETCH Also there will be
keg" and Horsecaller (
Shuffleboard) every
$222 3:30: p. m.
REG. $3.99Assorted -.t.


TO $8.97 FOR SALE 6 Months to PAY




HURRY! $12,500 TO $15,500

REG. $1.99 LLV $72 PER SEE M0. UP

I I iiiflRLoui iMTe


-. -.. PHONE 264-6491 WE EV 83556r

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20, 1964

0" Club CPOClub ManagementContinued directorship for the office methods office of Secretary of the Navy.
division under the Secretary of the Special assignments have sent
( from Page 1) Navy, and as the assistant Dwyer aboard the: USS South
Thursday, February 20 of Department of the Navy director of
Thursday, February 20 operating services Dakota, the aircraft tender USS
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6OOp: .m. functions. division where he supervised the Curtiss, and on the staff of the
Dinner 6:00: p. m. 9:00: p. m. Advisory group meeting 11:30 a. m. Under his present guidance, Navy's building, maintenance, and Pacific Fleet Service Force,where
Friday, February 21 Happy Hour within the executive offices of the office, shop and warehouse space he .vas the overseer of support

[Happy Hour 3:30 p. rrf. 00p.m.. Friday, February* Secretary of the Navy, his staff allocation function for all bureaus given to Improve management of
Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. supports and assists theSecretaryand and offices in the Washington area. records, correspondence, forms
[Sam Ross 8:00 p. m. 12:00 a. m. George Hughs his civilian executive in He also supervised the personnel and reports for use throughoutthe

Saturday, February 22 Saturday, February '22 planning, organizing, and con- services organization within the NaY).
Hour 3:30 m. ducting the business admin-
[Happy p. 6:00p.m.:
GJateway-Quintet istration of the Other
Dinner 6:00 Department. PHONE 781.0111
p m. 9:30 p. m. T.V.'S IN ROOMS

Cappies 12:30 a. m.Sunday Combo. 8:30 p. m. SundayFeb'ruary 23 providing areas of responsibility staff assistance rest to with the L Ins ,er 781-1596 AIR COND. UNITS

February 23 Johnny Arnold "4" bureaus, boards and offices in .
improving the of the N 1o'iMotiL
6:00 9:00 management
Buffet p. m. p. m. Monday, February 24 Naval Establishment.
Prime Ribs of Beef, Steamship
round..Fried Chicken Pizza Night .... '. Dwyer began his career duringthe
Monday; February 24 Tuesday, February; 25 Hoover Commission, being appointed AND RESTAURANTCatering
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00 p.m. to the membership on To Service Personnel
Dinner 6:00: p. m. 9:00 p. m. Happy HourWednesday paperwork management for the Commercial Rates Family Units Efficiencies
Tuesday February 25 commission on the organization of Halfway Between NAS and Cecil
February 26
Happy Hour 3.30 p. m. 6:00p. m. the Executive Branch of the Independently operated By....

Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. Open Government.His MRS. F.C. ATKINSON SR.

Wednesday, February 26 many included other past the assignmentshave assistant I II 7952 Normandy Blvd. Jacksonville 5, PJa.IBRUARY .

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p. m. I
Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. ., -
all the fried Chicken you can ea Blue Jackets Inn W: --

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Thursday, February 20 i w- u.I- Mz W III!DC:: '-" ;0.1.. ..U........).. a: .... Z GO COEt CZ =- W5u .
Club Dance Contest, Phil CayandChan- a. 1.1.I an
ooccC :j I.LI 0 m
: C2:
tels 9:00 p. m. 1:00 a. m. fi DC.O: : .-or ..... IA c
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( ) Joining the ranks of '600'
Prix Gymkhana Bowlers are these three keglers:
ACL BLDG., Bob Cowan, bowling with the Can-
non Cockers with a 617; Ronald
Gymkhana. What Gynkhana will mean excitement, Langager of the Griffins with a
to Webster's New thrills and speed, February 23, 609; and John Stankaitas of the
((2nd Edi. at the Phillips Highway Plaza, Spoilers with a 610.
) defined as: "A for trophies and dash plaques The Pizzan's team total still
a city or town; sponsored by the Corvalr. Clubof stands as the top score In that
; or an open Jacksonville phase of bowling. In the first weeks
Is defined at a Many NAS Servicemen are already action they totaled a 2723.
prize".Gymkhana members of the club and Results of last week's action:
i i for athletic con- all other compact and sports car Continental League
". owners are Invited to attend and Riggers 4, FICEUR #10
fans Plaza Prix participate In this coming meet. Falcons 3, Crash& Fire 1
Entrance fees for the Gymkhanaare Mad Foxes 3, Marlins 1
To $3.00 for non-members and Cutters 4, Cursons 0
I See the $2.00 for club members. ComFalrJax "B" 3, Cannon
t a Rear ( ) This all day affair begins at Cockers 1
Annual 9:30 a. m. with the registrationof Chiefs 4, Griffins 0
+1,2 and | all cars to be entered in the Sky Warriors 4, Doc's 0
race. Practice sessions will be Eagles 4, Seabees 0
conducted until 12:30'p. m. when American League
Officer Cap- the time trials will begin.
Spartans 2, Avions 2
Compton, of the Trophies will be awarded to the Protons 3'MtJ5 Masters 1
Air Station first place winners In each of the Burger Masters 3, Paymasters
Invitation to all eight classes, with dash plaques #2 1Spoilers
in the south being awarded to the 2nd 3rd 4, BB Stackers 0'
( approximately an 4th place positions In each Paymasters #1 4, FICEUR #2 0
103rd St.
6100 ) to par-
class. Alley Cats 3, ComStoreFive 1
771-5244 Annual South A mirror course will be used NARTU #13, Supply 1
.... Invitational Golf for the race and it is intendedto
be held at the off set any inequities betweenthe National League
Air Station two sides by timing all cars Phantoms 4, 679th 0
m In entering are on both sides and using the total FICEUR 4, NARTU #20
the Recreation time. This type of set up seemsto Baymen 4, Rookies 0
Naval Air Sta- generate a lot of spectator Electrons 2, Pan Handlers 2
12, Florida, appeal. The Gymkhana even has Owl Hoots 4, Rejects 0
tnctltit'u.'A": ( ), not later events members for and the non-members.lady drivers both So Air Frames 3, Marines 1
Februrary 26. Play Boys 3, Lucky '7* 1
be even if you don't want to drive
come on out and watch.
Frank Mc
ROSES Further Information can be obtained -
AZALEA ( ) EV 9-7711 Director, Ext. from Cy King by callingRA "600"Bowlers

DOGWOOD Preston Luck, NARTU #2, 617
' Bob Cowan Cannon Cockers 617
ELM John Stankaitas, Spoilers, 610



PYRACANTHA COVE SPRINGS 284-9209 of Intramural Bowling
after two weeks action. Top teamsIn
ARBORVITAE each of the three leagues; are:

National League

PERSIMMONS PEACH ( ) N ETT Play Phantoms Boys 7-1 7-1

Baymen 6-2
CITRUS American League!
BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1-0750
Cutters 80CornFalrJax
Warriors 7-1
Eagles 7-1

WILLOWS i SUITE $79.00 DINETTE Continental League
NARTU #1 7-1
BANANA Burger Masters 6-2

A is If he has
STOVES person mature
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Hi $'P')ILIi.L', !,< : /(: -$ *

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20, 1964 PACE 11 I

Y Felkel Sets 1M Scoring V.. i iM


,F i ,ri y Record With S1 Points

_ One free throw and twenty-five field goals summed up a total of i i ,fr (
fifty-one points, for Summers Felkel, In one of FAETTJ's recent
basketball games, as FAETU over powered MARTD by the score'of I
79-44. The 51 points scored by Felkel, is to Athletic Director Frank
McCaffery's memory the highest point total of one man for one game, since Bradley Kidd of FASRON-6 tabulated 48 points
In the 1952 Intramural season.

IHISHED..Chief 'David H. Williams Indoor pool swimming in. Other members of the team that HAVING A BALL .. In Miami,.
tructor, climbs from the pool at NAS, after completing his 100- contributed all but three of the total it's beach ball time at- demonstrated ;'I
ile swim which he started November 1.(Navy Photo by J. C. Davis, points scored in the game were by Dottie Rawlings ('IS''I-
DSN) Vernon Smith with 14 points and
James Tucker with 10 points. she romps on the beach. The I V '
Tabulating for the MARTD smiling bathing beauty demonstrates ,.. -. .4
Yr. Navy Oil Mm\\ cagers were William Musselmanwith her feelings In the foamy ". ; ; : .
13 points and Larry Gelnett surf at the Florida resort 4Ys :
with 10 points.Battling r. .' "'. _. ._. -:
100 )is To In for the top spot in the
to Shape American League A/C Maintnancewon
a 50-45 decision over second
ranked VP-5. The A/C Malnt.
Anyone can hike 50-mlles, but also celebrated his 24th year in victory keeps their squad undefeated
there's a difinate significancewhen the Navy. at 5-0 and drops the VP-5
one travels twice that diS-' The 100-mile swim lasted about cagers behind with a 5-2 re-
tance In a swimming! pool. three months, ending on his 43rd cord. Calvin Nicholson came
To keep physical fitness pro birthday, which was February 12. through again after his 31 point
gram up to par,David H. Williams, The swim of 100-mlles consistedof splurge last week to drop in 22
DKC, swimming Instructor at the 3,200 lengths of the pool, aver- counters in this weeks AClc-
NAS Indoor-pool, 'slipped' Into the aging about 1 1/2 to two miles a tory. Wilbur Aaron, also of A/C, Jacksonville
water, Nov. 1, 1963, to begin his day.Williams dropped in 15 points to help the
100-mile swim. On this day, he said that he might try cause.
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for another 50 miles before he \-RACESHIGHTLY.CEIT? 'SUNDAY! ;

'Organizational He retires reported from to the NAS Navy In in Feb.April, of ports ''RQStlIME'J 'tOK'1 "bd: ,l c'D'ufl.tfor'h' : of ,Bea: e'r

1961 and commented that he was
the father of five children with one ShortsNAS

Meeting To Get in college. Jax has been designated as EVERY NIGHT AT
host of the 6ND Boxing Tourna-
Orlando Hosts ment. Anyone Interested in fighting
for Jax Navy should contact Frank Morrison's CafeteriaFree
Needed Umpires McCaffery Ext. 585 at the earliest I
Jax Navy Judo possible moment.
An organizational meeting for etc Child's PlatesCHILDREN
persons Interested in umpiringIn Team For MatchOn Florida State University will
the Jax Navy SoftballBaseballGroup play the Jax Navy golf team here
will be held on Monday the 15th of February the Jax Friday, February 28. 12 AND UNDER ACCOMPANIEDBY
March 2, time and place tp be Navy Judo team participated In the etc PARENTS
announced later. Umpires will be Southeastern Invitational Judo "NARTU winners of the Iron Man
needed for the NAS and NATTC Tournament in Orlando, Fla. Trophy for NAS Athletics. 'Grct I4ZQ,No FIr tEord..JWyNI IB J.
Intramural Softball programs,also The eight men representing Jax LOCATED IN
the Navy Jax Little League(Senior Navy were: D. L. Stewart and NAS Jax will host the 2ND Annual
Major, and Minor Divisions) Rodney Fowler, Brown BeltsJ.; L. Southeast MilitarylnvItationalGolf ROOSEVELT MALL I
program. Plans concerning an Umpire Baird, J. D. McCarron and C. Tournament March 456. '
Clinic will be discussed at Harp, Green Belts; R. Martoz, teeThe SHOPPINGCENTER
this meeting. For further infor- M. B. Driscoll, White Belts, and Harlem Globetrotters will
mation, contact Frank McCaffrey Pat Sullivan Blue Belt. be in the Jacksonville Coliseum
NAS Athletic Director at Ext. 585. The tournament was held at March 4. Tickets can be obtained
-- Robert E, Lee Jr. High School from the Recreation Office,Build-
Military and civilian teams from Ing 704. Prices are $2.00, $L50
Florida and Air Force
all over
MORRIS and $1.00.
teams from as far away as .t *
Colorado and Puerto Rico Any person who has done any Better Bellair
participated. competitive sheet shooting in the
AUTO SUPPLYDISCOUNT Jax Navy's J, D. McCarron past several years is requested to
placed third In the 165 lb. DI vi- contact the officer in charge of QUALITY, DESIGN, PLANNING
TO ALL slon. Three other members of the the Jax Navy Skeet Team Dr.
team placed 4th in their weight Parsons at Ext. 8183.
NAVAL PERSONNEL classes. Trophies were presentedby
Mr. T. Sone, 4th Black Belt
Prescriptions Filled For Fla. club should contact GySgt. D. L.
of St. Petersburg
All Sick Cars The next scheduled State tournament Stewart, Ext. 8544, or attend one Bellair
of the Bigger
PARTSPAINTSMACHINE will be a 20 man team weekly meetings.
match In the Miami area,March 1. Men---Monday & Wednesday
future the Jax Navy 6:30 p. m. 8:30: p. m.
In the near 4
SHOP team will start monthly tournaments Boys(616)Saturday( ) 10:00-
with the Riverside YMCA a. m. noonWomenG
WORKand Club and other clubs In the Jacksonville ( & up) Saturday
area. noon 1:30 p. m.
Anyone interested in the Judo Visitors are always. welcome. .


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-Atattq Tlt& NARTU Sailor// Will Mrs. Hilton Wins I

V0rTrail Drive In Daytona 500 Crier TournamentBy d

Harold Benson, AA __ ___ u By virtue of a draw at the recent -
Many people have different hob again piloted by the NARTU Navy ladies golf Crier Tournament,
bies and ways of relaxing and enjoying man, Rod Eulenfeld. On the 23rd Mrs. A.R. Hilton won over Mrs.
themselves. Some people Rod will be at It again driving a J.J. Sologovitch and took the top-
like the serene peace and quietof '63 Plymouth, 426 cu. In. engine, honors. Both sported identical
fishing( to loll in the sun and in the Daytona '500' Stock Car scores of 95-24-71 in the Jacksonville -
drink in the beauties of nature. Race. Ladies Naval Air Station
Other people go for the tramp- Rod, who is married to the Golf Association.
with Marc WhetstoneLast Ing through the woods, packing a former Miss Wynelle Burdick of
gun, in search of large and small Jacksonville and has one son I don't believe I want to bea
October the Jax Navy Sport Parachute Club shared billings game. Ludwig E. Eulenfeld III, plans to leader these days because you
with the Chuting Stars, the Blue Angels and numerous others in the Other people like the sound of continue on in the NASCAR racing can't tell whether people are following
aerial demonstrations held here at NAS Jax in observance of this roaring engines, squealing tires, circuit after his discharge from the you or chasing you.---
Station's 23rd Anniversary. smell of burning rubber, and the Navy later this year. Captain Stubby, Prairie Farmer.
Now, once again, The Vapor Trails have received ah Invitationto thrills and spills of racing. One I
perform In another program featuring the Angels. This time In person of this type amongst our
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. midst is Rod Eulenfeld, YUKON DINER
The occasion is the First Annual Jaycee Air Show Pageant being tached to NARTU. Rod who is :
held this Saturday and Sunday Feb. 22-23, an event which Is gatheringthe entered in this years Daytona'500' I
finest in aerial acrobatics from across the nation.At follows the racing circuit when- Just outside Main Gat. .2nd Door from Yukon Post Office
this show the Blue Angels will be Introducing one of their newest 'ever he can and races in the
aircraft, the F-104, a slim-lined jet. Southern Circuit of Sports and
As for the Trails, plans at the moment are only tentative. But, Modified racing. OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES
hopes are to perform a series of free fall maneuvers, Including the This is Rod's rookie year in
cross-over, the pinwheel and possibly the diamond formation made the Grand Nationals after seven
famous by the Chuting Stars. Weather permitting, all jumps! will years of competition In the smaller COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER

be made from 12,500 feet, allowing each jumper a fulTmimite in free circuits. Last year in the Mod- PHONE 3879351THE
fall before opening his parachute. ified racing circuits Rod placed
This Is to be the first public demonstration the club expects to performthis 12th in the over all standings,
year. eight In the Atlantic '500'
Since the club formed its demonstration team about a year ago, and was the Track Champion In BANK OFORANGE
cities throughout the southeast have requested the Navy skydiversas 1963 Savannah Modified race.
part of celebrations and anniversaries. Their performances have This year in the National Modified PARK
been warmly received and the results proven beneficial, as at least point standings Rod is ratedas
one former Vapor Trialer Is now a member of the Navy's Chuting 15th. On Saturday February 22,
Stars team. Rod will be racing in the Daytona

There is a standing invitation to all active duty military personnel, Grand National Modified Race in COMPLETE
both male and female, to apply for membership in the club and Daytona, Fla. He will be pilotinga CONFIDENTIAL .R .
become a part of The Vapor Trail team. Meetings are held on the first '56 Ford powered by a '63, COURTEOUS
and third Tuesday of each month beginning at 7:30: p.m., in Bldg. 427 cu, in. Ford engine in the r er A

503 (NATTC area). Modified scramble. If any of you BANKING
racing fans get down that way,
keep an eye on No. 24 piloted by SERVICE Lr
COMING SOON The Art of Multi-color
Chutes.A the NARTU Navy man. The '56 f

letter came recently from an irate woman who accused me of Ford Is owned by Wally Mastersof

.. saying something during a speech that presumably reflected a critical Jacksonville.If HIGHWAY 17
attitude toward a certain group. The statement she quoted was ridIculous you happen to get their on
the 21st of
and bore no relationship to what I had actually said. It revealed February one should
her also keep an eye on a'63 Plymouth, ORANGE PARK FLORIDA Member
listening ear was out tune. People too often hear what ,
they want to hear and not what is actually said.-- Kenneth A. Carlson, No. 59, owned by the Engineering F.D.I.C.
The First Methodist Outlook (Glendale, Cal), 121363. 'Association of Jacksonville and


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