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First Family Arrives At 6 N 5"'S''SJlx Today'' .

JAXi4ATrRby President To

Officiate AtCeremonies

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Published the Holt Publishing I Companx, a |>nxau.- firm. Opinions i-\n-|) ',fd b\ fmbllther and Mlter-i herein nr their own and! not to bl'consid'-reil an official' i l expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisement In this publication does not constitute an endorsement any milit r\'HmrtmeiU) of the products or son'ices advertised President and Mrs. Lyndon B.

VOL. 21 NO. 49 JocktenvilU, Florida """""" FEBRUARY 27, 19S4,.... Johnson, accompanied by their two
daughters, are expected to
here at NAS Jacksonville today.
NAS Cecil Extends Invite They are aboard the Presidential
Alrcraft.Alr Force One, enroute
to Palatka Fla., where the Chief

To Join Great Books Executive will set off a dynamite
Group charge launching construction of
the Cross Florida Barge Canal

NAS Cecil Field library officer, Chaplain H.H. Hayes, has announcedthat The Commander-in-Chief will
that neighboring station Is forming a Great Books discussion be met at NAS Operations by Rear
group, and Is extending an Invitation to all interested NAS Jackson- Admiral Robert Goldthwaite,Com
ville personnel to participate. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,and
Presently, Chaplain Hayes, who Captain James R. Compton, NAS
will act as the group's sponsor, Commanding Officer, before
Re-eleetion, Is aiming to get at least 20 people boarding a helicopter for Palatka.
into the group which will meet will
Today's groundbreaking
Being Sought the station library every other i J begin the excavation of the first
lx-mlle section of the 107-
The first week in March has
mile canal. The ceremony will beheld
By Bennett been set as the target date with at the Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

registeration for military, civilians 10 miles southwest of Palatka ..
U.S. Representative Charles E. or dependents being held any where the Cross Florida Barge
Bennett (D-Fla.),Jacksonville time during the week in the Cecil Canal will leave the St. Johns
announced he will seek reelectionto Field library, Bldg. 25. River and head westward across
the Second CongressionalDistrict The group will be associated with
of Florida seat he has The Great Books Foundation, a (See President Page 4)'O' )

held since 1949. non-profit corporation formed In << \
The veteran Congressman, a 1947 to encourage people to read Club Set
senior member of the powerful great books and meet together to I T I

House Armed Services Committee, discuss them.According For DogpatchScene
qualified for the post with Florida's to an article In the

Secretary of State. Cecil Field Afterburner, materialfor RETURNING TO FLORIDA today for the first time as Chief .
"In for re-election, the drawn Saturday.
announcing discussion Is from a
Executive, President Johnson is shown here before his depar>
Bennett said from his Washington. wide of authors whose works
t range hire from HAS lax last March when he participated in the ancient
D.C. office, "I am grateful to my cover almost the whole scope of Whether you're being chased,
constituents for allowing me to recorded history. The works of city of St. Augustine's annual celebration as the nation's vice doing the chasing, or done been
the president. He and his family will arrive at the Station today, then the NAS
serve during past eight termsIn such diverse writers as Plato caught, attending Jar
the Congress, and I am Shakespeare, Karl Marx, Freud proceed to Palatka where the President will officiate over the Officers Club "Sadie Hawkins Day
challenged by the new problems and Mark Twain have been gathered launching of the Cross Florida Barge Canal. (Navy 'Photo by Dinner Dance" will provide fun

which demand prompt and correct into a 54-volume set by a Marc Whetstone, 101)Schlarshlps) galore for every Daisy Mae and
solutions. committee beaded by Dr. Mortimer Lif Abner.
"The greatest responsibility Adler of the University of Chicago.This Offered ToDopondonts The "Dogpatch Room" at the
facing our country today Is our set is now available in the Club will open Its doors Saturday,
Feb 29, at 6:00 p. m. The doors
(.See Bennett Page 4)) (See Good Books Page 4> "'
1IaYy; will remain open until 1:00 a. m.
giving "Dogpatchers" time to
O&R Production _. r enjoy a delicious buffet featuring
The Department of the Navy is extremely interested In educational Daisy Mae's speciality of PoW
opporumitles for the dependents of active, retired (with pay) and Chops, Turnip Greens, and Con'
Head Speaks On fI' t(:' deceased Navy and Marine Corps personneL To this end, the Personal Bread, along with Steamship
1\\, Affairs Division of-the-Bureau of Naval Personnel maintains information Round, Baked'taters, and Beans
Jt. concerning various scholarships concessions available to
Value Almondine for those whose Dog-
AnalysisJoseph t:vDtIl' Navy and Marine dependents.The For general scholarships, the patch taste ain't "Esthetlcal".
Personal Affairs Division I -
is A will be presented
best source of information song festivity
F. OConnell Production! j tt
(PERS G221) publishes a
Supervisor of the O&R Departmenthere either a student's guidance counselors by "Slng-a Long with U'1 Abner"as
"Scholarship Pamphlet"NAVPERS15003)
\' or his high school principal well as skits,dancing,contests,
NAS the
at was speaker
i ( ) which includes They can assist him in taking ad- and many prizes, all for the price
the of the
at regular meeting ; listings of bulletins,pamphlets and ,
Jacksonville chapter of the Pur- : books of related Interest and descriptions (See Scholarships Page 8)) (See "0' Club Dance Page 12))
chasing Agents Association of ; \ : of various scholarshipsand

Florida, held recently at the other assistance relatedspecifieatly ..

Strickland's Town House. VALUE ANAL YSI S.-Joseph F. to military service.
The topic of O'Gonnell's lecturewas O'Connell, Production Super. Most of these scholarships share r /
"Value Analysis," following visor of O&R, gives a lectureon several requisites in common.Recipients t (
up his talk with a film. Value Analysis at the Agents must primarily, demon r t'
O'Connell has had formal train- Association of Florida meeting strate financial need. They must

ing in Time Study and Value at the Strickland's Town House, also be high school graduates and
Engineering by Value Programsfor have reasonable sound scholastic
(:Navy Photo J.C. Davis JOSH) # '
Industry. He has given lectures by backgrounds. The scholarships are _
on Value Analysis to over generally granted to students who

1500 Navy and civilian personnal. j Mayport Now On qualify in certain categories dependent $ l r
He ser\ed four years of active: on their service parent's
duty with the Navy in World Warn Direct TelelineTelephone status. Some scholarships are 4.
and was discharged after twelve awarded to orphans of veterans of
years in the Naval Reserve as a calls can now be made the World Wars and the Korean

Chief Petty Officer. direct to the MayportNavalStationfrom Conflict; some are granted to
0'Connell has an Associate of NAS Jacksonville by dialing officers' dependents, some to enlisted -
Arts Degree from the Unherslty 80, then the extension desired.If dependents, others either.
of Jacksonville and has had 22 you do not know the numberof Some scholarships are granted to

years of Federal service In main- the party you're trying phone, dependent sons*, others to dependent -
tenance end repair 1 of Navel aircraft dial 80 then 0 and tell the May- daughters.If you are a serviceman "GOT'CHA LI'L ABNER" says Daisy Mae. In reality Li'I I Ab- 4 -..

holding positions as port operator the name or officeto officer or enlisted, there nor is Lt. Buscher of the Navy Finance Office, and Daisy Mae
mechanic, Instructor, personnel be reached. Once 80 has been are scholarships available which is Ens. Janet' Hardy of the USNH Nursing Service. (Navy Photo
and dial, there will be no dial tone will children
supervisor training put your by Harold Benson, AA)
through college.

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Protestant Services at the All
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Saints' Chapel .

8:30 a.m. Service of rblyCom- ;':-l.' r The JAX AIR NEWS\ is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
munion .1:.,':,:,. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
9:30 a.m. Service olDivineWorship ;;;...;. Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
..if.: to private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages F 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

IfcOOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- :{( publication. News items are welcomed from all sources.
ship ,..ji: Telephone EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162.
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship .:""?;'{"k: Advertisements are solicited by the publisher queries

WEDNESDAY ...j concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, FloridaTelephone ....
hearsal 359-4040 or 3590271.

. 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal '
VOL. 21 NO. 49 FEBRUARY 27, 1964

Catholic Services at St. Edward's

Chapel, NATTC and Naval H>s- ::!flJ

pita SUNDAY MASS ,/, Chaplain Message

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital .:{ l
; .. / By LCdr. Walter B. Feagins CHC
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. ,;: .. : ,
: ,... .
Edward's Chapel. (;; ..\ \-; ..It>J
::J : Lh, : JWI Quite frequently on this vast naval activity we meet many of our

DAILY MASS1U30 .)).,;.,:,.:.,.:..,;.....\.... .. I r naval service who wear the Medal of rbnor. We realize that this medal
St. Edward's Chapel 010.: .I' .
9G" was one awarded by our Congress in time of war to those servicemen -
MONDAY & TUESDAY '" showing special courage. The presentation to the bearer of this

4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC distinguished medal ually.Is concluded with the following

FRIDAY words: "above and beyond the call of duty."

12:05 p.m. U, S. Naval Hospital The allegiance and loyalty we offer to our government Is in accordance -

SATURDAY with our assigned duties; nevertheless our orders may

9:00 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Suggestions Fine But sometimes lead us Into circumstantial hardship Involving sacrificial

.. CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY duties of talents, time and maybe our lives. And it Is on these occasions -

7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before that men are really singled out when the devotion and leader-

Masses Follow-through CountsAsk ship warrants a greater sacrifice than expected. This principle of

Catechism Classes: Grade School above and beyond the call of duty can reach into our spiritual lives

and Consciousness here and now. We can apply It to our daily living.
SATURDAY Y. A. Tittle or Arnold Palmer. They'll tell you it? nice to think And If we can enjoin this spirit of doing a little more than Is expected

10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities about being on target, but It's the follow-through that counts. then this pre-Easter season can quicken us to greater realities of

building 722NURSERY What's true for a pro football passer and a champion golfer holds our service to God and country

true In other walks of life including the Armed Forces. If you havean In the gospel of St. Matthew, Chapter 5, verse 41 of the Sermonon

The Naval Air Station Nursery Idea you think is worth trying, by all means follow it through The Mount we read the words of Christ: "And If anyone forces
located In Building 560 on Child .
properly.Any you to go one mile, go with him two miles." In this statement a Roman
Street, 'opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- service man with pride In his outfit will always claim It's the
law Is transformed know
military Into a spiritual dynamo of life. We
day morning. Parents attending best, but seldom will he claim that it couldn't be better. There's
the one mile! It Is the minimum of the obligations laid upon us in
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- always room for improvement, and consequently, there's always room
our daily work; the normal task of completing the requirementof
vices leave children In for the
may young thinking man. the day; the doing of the just "expected" of us among our ship
the nursery without charge. But good ideas are not made operational In barracks gripe sessions, mates and families and friends.
don't be member of the
so a why-dont-they-do-It-my-way clan.
Now I will agree with you. A great deal of our company mets
Stitfoi TrafficYlolatious Instead, carefully analyze your idea to see If it seems to hold water, life in this way. After all, the obligations are set and In some instanceswe
then put It neatly down on paper and submit it through channels. find
not too much imagination or courage is demanded. Thus
Good suggestions are not earth-shakers--ones that will
necessarily for many, they consider this type of routine as ably carrying out
., win you medals or save Uncle Sam a million dollars. There are little
their duty. On the other hand, suppose we supplement our work with
Ideas as well--ones that the haul will
over long save enough money
the principle of the "second mile. It then means our work no matter
Following is a report of traffic and enough time and effort to make them worthwhile. And you may how
small can be made also
win reward.If big; we give more time to it, not as merelya
violations for the a generous
period February task, but now as an opportunity with challenge to and within our-
16 through February 22. your Idea Is a safety tip that will save a buddy a burned fingeror selves. Whereas the first mile is demanded or required by conventionor
a broken toe, follow it through. The same for a
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS goes suggestionthat custom, It is In the spirit of the second mile that we travel on our
would cut down on paper-work or maintenance, making your own. It is the mile that allows a direct personal contribution to our
This week (February 16-22)) 3 outfit smoother more efficient.. Think for your outfit and let your lives.
Total accidents this thoughts be known.
year through "Above and beyond." "the second mile," Parallels of servicein
February 22 . . 32 Wherever you whatever your job the Armed Forces require life and spiritual devotion. In both "we than is expectedin
Total accidents through February thinking men--men who can take careful aim and follow through. the give more
spirit service freely with noble for ourselvesand
1963. . . . 43 others. given cause

Number of days since last injury NR To Receive
In motor vehicle accident. .12 Handle With Care


week . Magnolia BallThe
. 68

Speeding . . 15
Reckless driving . 1 just a wheel. A Steering Jacksonville Officers' r ,
Going through stop sign . 2 Wheel. And you're my captain. Wives' Club voted at their Feb-
Other Behind me you're the lord and ruary board meeting to donate all
violations . . .50 ,
master of a miracle. You can make proceeds from their 13th Annual

Thirty-two drivers appeared me take the kids to school You Magnolia Ball to the Navy Re- i
can turn me down the road
before sunny
the Traffic Hearing Boardat lief.The
the meeting held on Feb. 24, toward town. With me you can theme (for the ball will be

1964. Disposition of the cases include guide your goods to the market "Serenade In Blue" and will be f

the following: six lost driv- place you can rush the sickto held on May 1-2 at the NAS

ing and parking privileges aboard be healed .you can go in Officers' Club.

station for various periods; two minutes to places hours away. You Mrs. A.N. Fowler JOWC Pres- i r
can be magic. ident and Mrs. T.A. vt
assigned to complete an eight- Graham 4
hour course in remedial driving Yet In the blink of an eye. second vice-president will coordinate -
In the tick of( watch I
your can the committee
instructions; seven had suspended planning 9
turn deadly killer. I can wreck which is
composed of(
penalties; 12 were given warnings; represent-
four were dismissed;.and one referred and cripple and destroy. I can atives from each command.
snuff out the life of( a child still
to commanding office for Give me calm, careful ft' '
full of( life maybe your child. steady
possible disciplinary action. hands and I'm
I can twist a smile into tears.I your
can deal out death like the plague. But give me unsteady hands, fuzzy-
Sandy Koufax( baseball star: "I minded hands reckless hands. '
And I'm
no of( .
often wonder which respecter persons.A ... ,rfi
comes first: child, a grandmother even you then I'm your enemy, a menaceto

.... success or confidence? All I my (friend it's all the sameto the life the happiness, the DISCUSSING PLANS with
know is that I make my living me. future of( every person e'eryyoungster moving Officer Captain J. R. Compton, NAS, Co.
physically. I'd" hate to have to get I'm sensitive. 1 respond Instantly riding walking, play- are (O. R) Mrs. A.N. Fowler 0 Wives' Upcoming Magnolia Ball
by mentally. ing. Mr$' CJ' Brown and Mrs T.A. Gra
to the hands you give me. ham. (Photo by J.C. Davis, JOSN)




Incorrect Social Security numbers. the workload on the FlnancejCen-v,
I 4 Germany Declares:': Open Social SecurityNumber When these numbers are wrong, ter again, as they J hate to send
then the FICA taxes are made out more requests 19 ,disbursing..of I
I to wrong accounts. It also puts. ficers for the members correct
Must number, then wait for 'a reply.
I Season on Russian Bear

t (Eighth of a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism Be ObtainedEveryone BLACK ANGUSMeat

J by MSgt. Wajter Stewart, US IC. Reprinted by AfPS from the San at one time or another
1.j Diego Chevorn, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego Calif.) doesn't agree with the amounts
that show up on their Income Tax
Fascism had reared Its head in Europe with the rise of Hitler and forms. One way to Insure that It Company
Mussolini. Communist sought the movement, primarily because of is correct is ,to make sure your M steakor
1,1 fascism's nationalistic Identification,which conflicts with communism's Social Security number is correctin a "'fe," A Real Old-Fashioned Meat Market

International character. (Otherwise the socialistic aims of the two your pay records.If 4029 Blending Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771.7362
Ideologies have much In common.) Too. the power being amassed by you haven't obtained your

fascists threatened the communist Social Security card, try to do so FULL CUTROUND
movement! throughout Europe. sia out of the Balkans.It soon. These security numbers are
When Stalin learned his earlier can be fairly stated that Hitler required by the Social Security Administration lb. 79'
opinion of Hitler and fascism (as did have territorial designs on to Insure that wages STEAK
temporary and Inconsequential) to Russia, but had no Intention of and FICA taxes are credited to the
be In error, he began to marshal moving in until he had subdued proper accounts. USDA CHOICE .
I his European followers for the the western powers. When the Navy Finance Center,
conflict! However, the vision of Rumanian Cleveland, does not have a Social lb.49c
At the seventh Congress of the oil In Russian hands, togetherwith Security number, they have to CHUCK ROAST
Communist International ((1935)), what seemed to be Russia's send out request to disbursing officers -
European party members were encirclement of Germany, changedhis for these numbers. When ASK ABOUT OUR
told that democracies no longer mind. On June 22, 1941, Nazi the numbers are recleved In Cleve-
were enemies of the party. In armored divisions began grinding land, the delay Imposes an unnec- FREEZER SPECIAL
fact, democratic legislators wereto peasant soldiers underfoot essary workload on the Finance
be wooed -- as were all who Center.
Let Us Fill Your Freezer
would unite against fascism. At The Navy Finance Center,
home, he reorganized his military EAl oar Cleveland also recleves about "Meat is Our Business Our ONLY Business"
forces from a system of militiasInto GOVERNMENT. 30,000 records a year which bear
a standing army. .
The memory of the German
onslaught across Russia In WWI
was still fresh on the Russian v

mind. Hitler's remarks, at the /FULL SIZE SEDAN AT
1936 Nuremberg rally about Siberia :':.: COME SEE. ,
and the Ukraine belongingto V'I'A COMPACT PRICE!
the German Lebensraum ..... .
(environment ; i DUVALCUSTOM'
) drove a stake of fear : DELUXE ALLVINYLUPHOLSTERY
Into Stalin's heart. 'IL;:" ':: V
He feverishly set about tryingto & DOOR
form an alliance with Britain .,r? j S"PECIAL / PANELS-FULL CARPETING

and France. His efforts got no- ,,.'::",,,'./...:,"// .17.f\ ) '
The Munich .give-away show, ,
viewed,,3 in''j the .light .of-Western '
refusals to rally convinced Russia MEN RATHER THAN DEPEND ME'NUPON UPON l -WALL TIRES!
(and remember Stalin was Rus- GOVERNMENTS. 'O TODAY!
sia) that Britain's Chamberlainand /COLORHARMONIZINGSAFETY
France's Deladier were encouraging -
Htler to undertake the FOONOER OP WN5VLV4VAWESTSIDE Y BELTS!:.
Russian bear on the field of battle I
Consequently, Stalin attempted SPECIAL EXTERIOR ... : "

an alliance with Germany. This CHROME TRIM!
too was unfruitful --at the moment -

By April 1939, the Russian felt
his position as desperate. He want. 1v S
ed an alliance with somebody --

anybody. He sent out two alliance SPECIAL/ 2196
secretaries on the same date: one
to Germany; the other to the West. PURCHASE
The West was again hesitant; the FOUI1J6JMO I
Nazis were not.
Trill["SUO" ',
Alliance with Russia had become -
most desirable to Hitler, SHAHS I CONY'S fULL PRICE

who wanted to safeguard his east- SPECIAL _
ern front for his impending attack SAVINGS
to the west. A nonaggression -
pact was signed on Aug 23.
It provided for the division of :: 4nIcSDNING
Poland and ceded Finland, Estonia :: -
Latvia and Lithuania to the

Russians. / SOUTHWEST
Germany averred herself to be DUVAL wAS
"politically disinterested" in the + COUNTY _
Balkans, while Russia was WITH
extremely interested and, when ''W CONVENIENT COMPLETE WE LOW AS
the Nazis roamed across France, MODmN APPRECIATETHE
Stalin moved into those states. COMMERCIAL
(Stalin *- It may be seen had SERVICES OPPORTUNITY
thus formed ou'iern! central and t",, Mo.
northern buffer zone? between the A' a0u.f 'I
Germans and hL; country). q 0..M.rwel/w/IO.r.l00.r F ...,..)OaOO.rF..1 SERVICEMEN!
Hesitant to appear territorially!! M.r.l Ir..II D.N..

aggressive' in the Baltics, Russia
staged plebiscites in Estonia. Latvia t,
and Lithuania. Through falsification ,
Ford lJrnlr' ,17'fears!
of ballots that tiny trio
was made to appear to be calm-
oring for the Red protection. With .. 1000 W. FORSYTH ST.
I'm .
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: it took three months of war
to subdue the hardy and fiercely
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Up in the air witha Bennett PresidentContinued Great Books

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problem ? national defense and the securityof the state to Yankeetown on the Cecil library.
money the free world, for only througha Gulf of Mexico.To Excerts from these works which
strong national defense can we touch off the dynamite charge. have been grouped into a nine-
;;;-t :: maintain and achieve peace. Also President Johnson will pulla year curriculum, are available to
,.. ..; --- -..- of prime importance (is the pre- switch located on a post in frontof Foundation members in paperback
servation of the fiscal strength of the speakers' platform. pamphlets.In .
our nation, which is threatenedby After the ceremony, the First the first year coursewhichis
waste and over expenditure by Family will return to NAS Jax. the one being offered at Cecil16
the federal government. and fly on to Miami for a fund- -- works are discussed begin-
.-,. ,:. "My continuing efforts in Con- raising dinner. ning with the Declaration of Independence -
_.,..;...i.- \ gress have been to meet and help and going through
--' solve these challenges and so It Plato, Sophocles, Aristotle,
--. .;;-' will be in the future if I am reelected planned budget.His Plutarch the Bible Epictetus,
." major legislative achieve- Machiavellim Shakespeare, Milton -
\ --v Bennett, who holds the recordIn ments have included a loyalty oath Adam Smith the American i
Congress for not missing a roll for government employees; est- Constitution Alexis de Tocque- ,
call vote in 13 years, has authored ablishment of "In God We Trust"as vtlle, Marx and Engles, Thoreauand
significant national defense leg- the national motto; establishinga Tolstoy.
islation, including a resolution last Code of Ethics for government The Foundation emphasizes the
year declaring it the sense of Congress service; changing the Income tax fact that discussion leaders are
to be that Communization of deadline from March 15 to April not teachers, but serve only to
Western Hemisphere Is in violationof 15; introduction of a bill which led channel the flow of conversation
the Monroe Doctrine. to the "People to People" pro- among the group members.
the first session of the
During gram and setting up grants and
current 88th Congress he votedto aids for medical schools and stud-
cut some $20 billion from the ents.

Get a loan from HFCFor GET AMISSILE T .I

real ilcnvn-to-cni help with\ \ any money problem. *ecHIT. AGE
r :. More than 100.000 M-rvicutuMi eerve.. r burrow DEAL !

with confidence from our military loan peci.ilUt t .; you

can. too Get a Travelo.m for ttuin!;: home. a Chopper'*
Loan for clothe or a car. a 1'aunent Reducer or> Hill NEW CARS

Payer Loan to consolidate deht t .. lint: a..k uv \\'C' kimu Lowest Prices

the be:>t way to meet your need! Highest Trade-in Allowance
Easy Terms The Nicest Treatment in Town
AM;. .\tiot I'I ('1(1 PI'' I nil I I\ IKVMIOS Mrs. Wilson Sandefer (L) re
t IO\\s VI I. OlI' KMI. : Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots ceives a gold membershippin
,?,1 5552 Beach Blvd 2600 Kings Ave. from Mrs. Richard At-
HOUSEHOLD FINAMC ? Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty wood, President (far R) for I
On Every Car Sold bringing 10 new members
into the Ladies Auxiliaryof I
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 sociation Unit 126. Mrs. L. I

Cedar Hills Shopping Center GORDON P. Whitmire (C) past pres. I
'" THOMPSON ident looks
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 on. This is the
third gold pin Mrs. Sandeferhas
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 "Jacksonville's .i- -a u Center" earned in her 17 yearsas
.'lfw if nllice open Friday .vitninq: until ,< P.M. : a member of the associ
ation. (Navy Photo)


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February Club 27 CPO Club (. y Tfl[

: p.m 6:00: p.m. Thursday February 27
; p.m. 9:30: p.m. Hour
7 ; February,28 Friday February 28 # )

: p.m. 6:00: p.m. Mach Four w rnAr yI
: p.m. 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 29
February 29
Cappies Combo car insurance buy-
: p.m. 6:00: p.m.
Day Dinner dance; Sunday, March 1 famous low ntes
Eleanor Boaz 4:00 p.m. 8OC f : and top.service.
8:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. r Contact me todJJlt
Johnny Arnold "
March 1 Monday, March 2 i JOELUTEN

9:00 Pizza Night
steamship round, fJi.
and trimmings TuesdayMarch 3 I
Phone 771 -6400
March 2 Open 3811 BlandinLBlvSTATE
: : p.m. 6:00.m.: Wednesday March 4 FAKWlPjFEnrolkent
01) WAN1 A .. ..
p.m. 9:00 p.m. Western Night LIKETEWIIAT6 oriomr' itN.t ..t.....

March 3 Art IMbtter
: p.m. 6:00 p.m.
p.m.night (France) 6:00 Opens Studio

The first An LInkletterTottenDance
March 4 Studio for children in
: p.m. p.m. 6:00 northern Florida opened In Jax
1 In Jacksonville at 4559 Shirley Now Open
all you can eat Avenue, It was announced by I H .. .

., !Inn Scott director.Fitzgerald, executive t1 dr\s: new kind
: .
Part of the nationwide chain of ...
more than 100 studios, the local ,:
February 27 school will feature tap. modern w'f: { f
jazz ballet and acrobatic dance
and Redcoats. 8:00 Instructions for children from
a.m. three to 16 years of age. All IIYChildren's
February 28 the studios feature free transport-
I ation to and from lessons and a
Rhythm Kings 9:00 regular program of Incentive and cw: ,...........fA
LMMtB-TrttM DHH re wM,he.
a.m. 11
achievement awards. The "Quick 2'rlc2&.c&LdLoFeatures I
February 29 ,Learn" method of dance Instructton.
devised by chore-
Rhythm Kings 9:00: ographer and worM expert Fred
Open"O" a.m. Totten assures that children pro- the famous Ibtten "Quick-Learn" method.
March 1 gress according to their natural Combination Course, based on intemationaF dance
'8:00 talents and native ability. research, teaches basic forms twice as fast
Rhythm Kings It was the business associationof
a.m. Totten with television star Art TAP MODERN JAZZ BALLET BATON
March 2 Linkletter that led to the networkof SINGING BALLROOM ACROBATIC ,
studios which today teach more
than 15,000 American youngsterseach No other dance instruction like this anywhere in
March 3 week. the world-except at another nkletter.Totten
According to Fitzgeral, who Studio! Exclusive personalized teaching techniques
5:00 p.m 7:00 Q.m.
I lives with his wife and two child-
March 4 ren in Orange Park, the local actually cut learning time in half-and cut costs too I
studio is now accepting pupil registrations -compared to old-fashioned methods.
: p.jn. .
_, ,, ,. ., _-
:X ':'NN. 4 >l'N.: '" H- "" "" >>"'''' Revolutionary combination course teaches youngsters
3 to 16 more than just how to dance.actually

; is a specialized educational program designed to help

develop a child's POISE, GRACE,SELF-ASSURANCE.

Enrollment is now open. Come and see why the
Linkletter-Tbtten Studio has more for your child. -

lasses for 3 and 4 year olds are designed to fulfill your child's
reat desire and capacity for learning through interesting method

The Combination Course is designed to prepare boys for athletics
: : development.l and leadership through physical fitness and personality

8 O'CtaCK"Oil MDflff North of Beaver

Free Bus Transportation. Asa
AVIATION special convenience for ., ,_
: mothers, we pick up children p
: in our own buses, then bring fNllu""'
FLIGHT SCHOOL hem home after class. Your ] o' t J 1
1 EXAMINER FAA APPROVED AIR AGENCY 7SO-6 youngster is always in care '! 1

I : : : i of f capable, responsible adults

I. tots 'n teens


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FEBRUARY 27,1964

ed in the dentist's office.

Athlete Undergoes More Stress I mation To get members this comparative oftheSpaceMed-infor-

icine Branch here taped electrodesto
Than Astronaut on Space TripHouston the chests of performing
athletes. These sensors monitored

Texas (AFPS) -- Studies conducted at the National heart and respiration rates and
bear out that radioed them through small
Aeronautics and Space Administration here seem to trans
sky divers, hockey players, skilers, polo players and track athletes. mitters to receivers which con-
verted the information into
-si1 than read-
experience more physical stress spacemen.
able data.
However, the key here is physical rate of 99. physiological
{ activity. An astronaut, in top By the same token, AstronautL. During space flight astronautsare
;. physical shape and well conditioned Gordon Cooper, during his 34- similarly monitored to keep
the of from 55 NASA physicians constantly aware
to rigors highperformance hour orbital flight, ranged
" is restricted with a of the pilot's physical well being
( flight, physically to 180 beats per minute
in his spacecraft. But an mean heart rate of only 89 beats during flight. 1
athlete's heart rate increases with per minute. Former W. German Chancellor
his muscular activity, and with the Just for the sake perspective, Konrad Adenauer: "Sometimes I
!' beat of intense competition. a perfectly normal, healthy per- doubt whether'there is divine
Surveys show that bowlers were son-neither athlete nor astronaut justice: All parts of the human
found to range between 82 and 132 -- sometimes experiences heart body get tired eventually"except
heartbeats per minute during rates of 180 beats a minute and the tongue. And I feel this is
competition, with a mean heart higher while getting his teeth drill unjust.! _



20 YEARS-Mrs. Lucille McDowell 0: the Navy Finance Office,
is all smiles as she cuts the cake at the ceremonies given in 1 FOR

her honor for 20 years of loyal services., (Navy Photo by Ron
Gardner, PH2)NATTU)

Reofes/gnqfed/ 550 Total Down Payment

To Original NATTC

week's article on the change of fleer duties. It includes such sub- Every Briar or Meerschaumuser
designation of NATTC from ject areas as ordnance supply welcomes this new tobacco 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
NATTU.) publications, and ordnance division pouch. Fills
pipe automati
Radiography school students organization.' cally. Press 90.00 MONTHLY PAYMENTS
are plunger, no spill.
usually on temporary orders, from men NATTC from Jacksonville branches of also service trains, Tobacco keeps fresh, moist, ONLY 10 MIN. FROM NAS
throughput the fleet. The for better
smoking. Of
other than the Navy and Marine heavy
plans to eventually have Radio- Corps, and from foreign countries. water pr of vinyl, 3X2" x 47/8". ORANGE PARK
graphers Radiography equipment -
Presently, Armymen and CoastGuardsmen Order now, only $2.50, by return -
at air station In the
c world. The every equipment Is also usedon are undergoing train- mail. B.F. Nipper & Co. 2717 SHADY OAKLANE

carriers, although it may be ing here. In addition members of 5507 Mor et Dr. E., Jacksonville CARDAIR HOMES INC.
the Japanese and Indonesian
Navys 10 Florida
operated only when the ship is in
port, since the radiography unit are Coast enrolled Guardsmen in NA TTC's receive Phone CO 4-9265
interferes with radar and com-
in both the AE-A and AE-B
munications equipment.
Schools. The Aviations Elec-
Radiography makes for safer
aircraft since it can search out trician's Mate rating Is one of 10 JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY-SIZED SEDAN
in which the Navy provides a sub- ,
defects discernable to the naked
stantial portion of the Coast 1964 FIAT
eye.ylt also results in monetary
Guard's school
saving, both In man hours and, training. .
The Naval Air Technical Train
down time for aircraft.
ing Center added the Army to the
Although Radiography is com
list of services for which
it pro- ,
paratively new in military circles,
it has been used by commercial vides training when two soldiers 1093

.. airlines for several years. reported Jan. 16 from Co. B, .
226th Aerial Surveillance and
Another unique course at NATTC
Attack Battalion, Eleventh
Jacksonville is the Aviation Air Assault -
Ordnance Officers Management Division, Ft. Benning, Ga.,

Course, AOM( ) ((0)). Designed primarily Aviation for duty Ordnancemen under Instruction in the IN JACKSONVILLE AFTER ONLY $99 DOWN-600 0
for the newly commissioned Class A"

Limited Duty Officer this course School. Since then 10 additional 40-50 MILES ,.....
deals with ordnance division of- ,, Armymen have reported. 50 CARS TOCHOOSE
lTo( be_continued_ next week) PER GALLON I FROM

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+ Cosriesy Light it Map Light 14. Oversized hikes
t EXCEPTIONALLY LOW DOWN PAYMENTS A 3. mile Wall Tires 7. Windshield WiShers ". lights Under Hood S Tnink IS 4.Sp.e&I Tunmil."rfT" .
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Offers OhI1JulirPastime 4rN u ,..'.....,:" ".' '' ', --, .. .- ,- "" '.. ."" ..',,"- ...,. :<
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9 '1 Mull K 9 j J e Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEM5. 4724 Clyde Drive.

'. Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday for publi-
& lIoMly' cation the following Thursday', Adsarrixingtoolate for this dead.
iullh < '." line *ill be published the following meek unless the publisheris

'f:, ,?" instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost
:" '* of the ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
One of the many Interesting IJiff I :w u'
hobbles and off-duty past times on : > ; : : '
the base is the Jax Navy Model Iii/i I % : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . SI.00

Railroad club, located in the lower '.<',' kx .; .;1. .,, ,<,' .:.. < Per additional line (4 words per line). .35
east wing of Bldg. 503, directly '>:1;, .:':"'};,. '4"\ :.'' '(:" >' 'J !, .. .
behind the NATTC Duty Office. ,' .'1:" ";< ,; '
:t' \:. : ,... >: : FOR SALE OR LEASE with 4
The club under the direction of l { L 'to ,tl <.. optionto FURN APT. Ems, sep em.
club president Captain R. a Fagan, l t ''' :: l 1 buy, 3 bedroom, 2 baths & den 10 min. town 20 min NAS, $50
is now in the process of remodeling on large waterfront lot, with boat plus util No children. Military
and rewiring the entire A SMALL PORTION OF THE TRACK layout for the Jax Navy. slip 5200 Ortega Forest. Drive.' couple preferred. EV 8-9886 for

structure to enable them to add Model Railroad club located In Bldg. 503. Visitors are invitedto Call Manassa Realty. 7715600. appointment.

many new features to the modellayout. attend one of the weekly membership meetings held every FOR RENT Nice room hot plate .
Tuesday evening from 711 p.m. (Navy Photo by H. Benson, AA) ref, shower,real,gent.EV 8-315L SINGER CONSOLE Sewing
The club.meets every Tuesday I 2116 Riverside Av. Machine ZIG ZAGs" makes buttonholes -

night from 7-11 p. m., and is Navy Installs FlashersOn 6 rni CB house 3 BR, 2'tile ; sews on buttons does
for members from housein decorative designs. Has balance
looking new baths, hwd floors large lot,
service or civil service personnel good condition, will sell or rent $48 or responsible party can assume -
eighteen years or older. RA-5C Vigilantes prefer to rent at $105. a month. $7 monthly payments. Call
353-1946, A-1 Sewing Machine Exchange -
Further Information on the club Located at 7413 Greenway Dr.
can be obtained from J. W The Navy today announced receipt of new aerial photographic flasher Ortega Hills across from NAS. Inc. Will deliver No
Merrill ph. 3874535. units which may briefly make evenings a little brighter for some EV 8-1926 after 6 p.m. obligation.FOR .
residents of Sanford Orlando and eventually much of the Southeast. SHARE LAKE FRONT HOME
SALE 63 Falcon Futura
The new flashers are being installed the flasher units will be flown at One or two single men to share HT, R&H,AT, PS,Air Cond,Bucket
ARE YOU THIS MAN? on twin-jet RA-5C relatively low altutudes and over 3 BR, 2 B, furnished house with Seat, only 7,000 miles, 16 mo.
SALARY TO $600 Vigilantes, the mach two 'recon- sparsely populated areas. The first same. 2 acres on Dr's lake 5 Factory warranty remaining Phone
PLUS COMMISSIONS naissance-attack aircraft cur- such mission to be flown was ml from Cecil. Immed. avail 264-6555.
rently entering fleet use at the scheduled for Feb. 17. 264-2215 eves.
Completing your tour of duty Sanford Naval Air Station. Flights will continue periodi- 3 BR homes $100 dn. $58 per Cleaner complete with all attach-
and planning to live In the Each plane will have two elec- cally in the future as Vigilante mo. & up. Call Mr. Spiers RA ments including spray gun. Good
tronic flasher pods mounted underIts flight crews are readied for deployment 5-7470 or 359-2738 HAPPER
greater Jax area? Check thesenew condition, good suction. Phone
career opportunities.No wings. Used instead of flareson with the carrier striking REALTY. 353-1946, A-1 Sewing Mach ne Exchange -.
ceiling on income, independent night photo missions to I illuminate forces of the Atlantic, Mediter- Furn house 4 rms, 15 mine Inc. Will deliver at no
and thorough enjoyment the ground beneath the aircraft ranean and Pacific Fleets. NAS, $60. 4445 Beverly Av. Phone obligation.'FOR .
they operate for only fractions ofa Commander
Wing Capt.James 0. 3847892.
of work continual self improvement
second at a time. Mayo requested that citizens ob- FOR SALE1962 Rambler Classic SALE -60 VW Conv. R&H
through profess- Officials of Heavy serving flasher operations refrain wsw Exc Cond. 1075. Call
Custom 4 DR, Extra Clean R&.H.AT. ,
ional associationwith Attack One the flashes
training Wing say from \
calling government agenciesor Fact Air Ph. 2646555. Ext 667.
one of the world's com are so brief that residents may the Sanford Naval Air Station.He .
ponies. not even notice the illumination stated that the flasher pods PHONE 781-0111 T.V.'S IN ROOMS

unless they happen to be looking would rarely be in use for more l answer 781-1596' AIR COND. UNITSwMo
The man we seek, age 27 to directly at the aircraft. than a few minutes over anyone

45, officer senior Most of the training flights, using... area. .... ..
or petty .. N
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officer, married, willing to
work hard, high financial
goals. AND RESTAURANTCatering

Opening available 1 April. To Service Personnel
Commercial Rates Family Units Efficiencies
Write in confidence giving Halfway Between NA 'and Cecil

brief summary of qualificationsBOX Independently operated By....


JAX 8, FLA. 7952 Normandy Blvd. Jacksonville 5. Fla.



TO ALL 17 YEARS-The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Associ-

NAVAL PERSONNEL ation, Branch #91 celebrated their 17th Birthday recently. Mem- NO MONEY DOWNAS

bers are: (L to R) Mrs. Talmage Davis; Mrs. Haywood Mitchell;
Prescriptions Filled For Mrs. Thomas Bennett; Mrs. Harvey Miller; Mrs. Walter Dobarxyn- $ 17
All Sick Cars LOW AS | PER WEEK1st
ski; Mrs. Thomas F. Lancaster; Mrs. John Carson; and Mrs. Hugh

PARTS-PAINTS Irwin. (Navy Photo by Haywood Mitchell, JOn) ___


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'\ We may not speak the tonKNOWLEDGE VA E Vets. On Loans InsuranceVA I
;\ gue as our foreign neighbors, but The more you know, the more .I ,
l we smile in the same tongue. yOU know you ought to know. *
f :

[ YUKON DINER Rufus H. Wilson, Managerof The Veterans AdministrationOffice only veterans benefit that
the Veterans Administration St. here in Jacksonville pointed must be considered income on tax
Petersburg Regional Office givesa out that the eligibility for GI returns is Interest earned by GI
Just outside Main Gatt -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office word of caution to veterans who loans has been running out life insurance dividends elected by
may own homes guaranteed under for World War II Veterans daily veterans to be left on deposit
If BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND ,the VA's Loan Guaranty Program. since July 25, 1962.Unremarried with the Veterans Administration.As .

I OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES Wilson stated any such veteran widows t of World the tax return season gets
who may be. considering disposalof War II veterans whose deaths were Into swing the VA is receiving
:_ his house should be extremely due to service connected with disabilities numerous inquiries as to what
COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER careful to protect his future fin- are' not affected by this If any, veterans'benefits paymentsmust
PHONE. 387-9351 ancial situation. Merely selling his eligibility. These widows have the be reported as Income on
\ GI home does not relieve the vet- maximum entitlement for the tax returns, B.J. Gannon, Officerin
eran of his liability to the Vet- World War n group which extends Charge, VA Office Jacksonville,
erans Administration, Wilson until July 25.,1967. said today.
said. A number of cases have The eligibility for Korean con- Gannon explained that only the
WESTCONNETTFURNITURE arisen where the veteran sold his flict veterans does not begin to Interest earned by dividends left
home, the buyer defaulted on the'loan expire until January 31, 1965, and on deposit with VA, and not the
resulting in foreclosure,leaving their maximum entitlement extends dividends themselves, is to be
a deficiency for which to Jan. 31. 1975. considered income. Many veterans
CO. the veteran is liable to the VA. The unremarried widows of have requested the VA to hold
The veteran may be releasedof Korean Conflict Veterans whose their dividends to earn interest
his liability provided certain deaths were due to service con- and, or, to be used to insure non-
CREDIT things are done before he disposesof nected disabilities will enjoy the lapse of r their policies in event
EASY his home. If his loan is cur- maximum entitlement to the 1975 of late premium payments.
FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS rent, the purchaser obligates him- date.A. Other veterans' benefits that are
self by contract to purchase his formula is applied to determine tax-free include: Disability com-

MATTRESS & BOX SPRING SET $19.95 property and assume liability, the the eligibility of World WarII pensation and pension, educationand
purchaser satisfies the VA he isa and Korean Conflict Veterans. training allowances, sub-
BED ROOM SUITE $79.00 e DINETTE good credit risk, the veteran Veterans of World War II with 90 sistence allowances for disabled
can obtain a release of his liability, days of active service and a discharge veterans receiving vocational
SETS $29.00 e LIVING ROOM SUITE provided the holder of his mortgage other than dishonorablehave training, grants on homes for

M\ S69.000END TABLES COFFEE TABLES and the VA both agree. He may entitlement for ten years from "wheelchair living," grants for
for release from the last from
apply a liability discharge active motor vehicles for physically

$5.00 .MODERN LAMPS.$5.00.ELECTR 1C ,by sending a written request to service plus an additional year handicapped veterans, and death
the Loan Guaranty Officer, Vet- for each 3 months of such ser- benefits paid to survivors.In .

AND GAS STOVES 35.00 TV SETS erans Administration Office, P.O. vice performed during the war. explaining why insurance, dividends -
Box 505, Jacksonville, Florida A similar formula is used to determine are not considered income,
S80.00eREFR IGERATORS-$45.00 STEREO mOL eligibility for Korean Conflict Gannon pointed out that, since the
The only other safe way, Wil- Veterans. death rate among GI policyholders
$100.00 DINING ROOM SUITE $89.00 son affirmed, is for the veteranto continues to be lower than the rate
COME ,IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 AJA. 1'09 P.M. arrange for the Gl loan to be GI I BILL upon which the premiums were (

.' .. paid: In full Veterans taking education or originally established by law, the i
--- -
unneeded of the
under the KoreanGI
WE CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE UNDER SOLD training Bill courses may*have to "cram" or payments, Is returned to the policyholder -

"double up" classes to reach thei r 1
goal as the deadline for completing -:

*Chrysler *Plymo. th Valiant year such is now only one duty.To of discharge be eligible release for from this active train- 1

has set 31,
Congress January
ing, the veteran must have had
the cut-off date for the
WE PLEDGE TO BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES Korean 1965, as readjustment program of active 1950 and service January between 31, 1955.June Train-27,

Approximately 18 minutes from ;VAS South on Hiway 17 education and training for vet- ing must be commenced within
B.J. Gannon, Officer In
three from the date of the
VA Office, Jacksonville, years
Charge veteran's first unconditional discharge
ClAYTON REVELS explained. or release from active duty
Korean Conflict veterans who
after January 31, 1955.

: ; eHRYSLER LYMOUTH, INC, ;i; have should not make started application their to courses deter- schools Eligible or veterans colleges,may take enroll on-the-In

mine whether or not they are still
job training, enroll in institutional
1050 k ORANGE AVtf eligible. There are certain dead- on-farm training or other
6REEN COVtSP line dates and time limits for train- pro-
grams which combine school and
a ing. These are based on the'date
job talning or select correspon-
PHONE JACKSONVILLE DIRECT 264.6555 dence school course. Veterans receive -

/san marc an allowance each month to
meet part of their training and

6 CHRYSLER Q living expenses.
AUTHORIZED MARK OF QUALITY Starts First step Is to obtain the
' MOTORS CORPORATION p FRIDAY! 1b necessary application forms at
the VA Office, 311 W. Monroe St.,
NOMINATED for ? Jacksonville
I 5 Academy Awards! -'
Best Picture Scholarships

Actor Supporting (Continued from page 1))
Actress (Screenplay!
vantage of educational oppor-
Cinematography tunities, especially scholarships
/ MATINEE DAILY! offered on a "one-time" basis.If .
Features: 3:45: your child desires to attend a
: We are tuned to 5:45.7:45.9:45; particular college or university,he
should write to the Director of

Navy Problems. idneY ,Admissions requesting catalogue
r oittierS and specify! his Interest In obtaining
eI a scholarship. In most
MOM N Instances you will find that the
Et __"I catalogues list the number of
.g\ scholarships being offered, their
value and the requisites to be met

/ \ : w RIVERSIDE BANK oriented For Information scholarships,on write service-:

Bureau of Naval Personnel
9 E i.Oi 1234 KING ST. 384-7541
,. .', .. ... 0, ',:. :-. (PERS G221)Department)
of the Navy
Washington 25, D. C.

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I World's Greatest Drivers

f kf Gather For Sebring RaceBy ,.

J.C. Davis, JOSN
The greatest race car drivers of the world will end the greatest
week of racing ever scheduled at Sebrng, Florida, March 18th,
19th, 20th and the 21st.

Wednesday and Thursday, will Be on hand, Saturday, March,
be the beginning with the qualify at 10 a. m., as drivers and cars r rr AJ .
ing and practice trials with the once again take their chances with 1 r.r

starting positions open to the fate on the grueling, tortuous, five
drivers and cars that turn the point two mile racing course at the
fastest lap times. Also to the winners Sebring 12-Hour Enduro.
f rVMART of the fastest times will go
cash awards.
TROUBLEHoward Franklin of Vero Beach Fla. driving GT
Frldaymorning, the air will be a
filled with the smell of rubber,gas MATS Completes Safest Saab #36, walks l away from a series of roll overs in the 1963 International *
fumes and the ear-splitting roar StockCar Race at Sebring, Florida. This i colorfulrace .

of wide-open pipes and manifoldsas Flying Year in History will be on Friday, March 20, as part of.the pre-race .programof .
the International Stock Car the famous Sebring 12-Hour Enduro.
-Bob Terry, SK2, Race gets underway with two Washington (AFPS-Thc) Mil
Ire operator (L) helps War- motorcycle races in the afternoon itary Air Transport Service Leg Mrs. Anderson Prepare A Dtliciout Dinner In Her Own Kiteftn For You
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i M British M. P.Anthony WedgwoodI Jax Seeks Boxers! "
I Bennj "Britain today is suffering Navy 1

from galloping.obsolescence
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For 6ND Tournament +, hAt
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Anyone interested in fighting for. competitive year Jax Navy sent
YOUR CAR WITH YOU? Jax Navy? By fighting we mean some of it's members to the South
For Fjnancing: and Insurance literally what we say. Of course Atlantic Regional, in Texas,
stateside and overseas, call this fighting is on a competitivebasis and some of it's members to the
. DYER.M. BURR, representing. and under the rules,and reg- All Navy Matches held in
.; GOVERNME'NT EMPLOYEES ulations of AAU Boxing." California
FINANCE CORPORATION & The Jax, Mvy. Boxing,'; .r. The team at present is made
I INTERNATIONAL SERVICE, now 1n"Ip'rp ss' of:sharpening"up up of Joe Thrift, a former UDT
, INSURANCE COMPANY and getting ready for com- man; Jim McClain, coach, and Bob s
!.1 t 5613'Timuquana' Road. petition in the 6ND tournament Guyer of VAP-62; Ed Sims of
.;,. PH. 771-0527 tk ra
which they won last year. The last Communications; and Chuck Smith
Bill Klohr, Steve Swanson, Mike
Murphy, Eddie Bright, Dan Conne-
n m m *- v H g rmr M H
ly, and Gerry West, all of ACA
School NATTC.If .
you have done any boxing and I-
are interested in joining the Jax .-.
Navy squad you can attend one 2ND PLACE TEAM TROPHY in the Novice Division at the re
CARWASH of the workouts, any evening start- cent AAU Boxing Tournament held in the Jacksonville Col-
S Ing at 4 p.m. or contact Jim Mc- iseum was won by the Jax Navy Boxers. (L to R) Joe Thrift,
Clain, VAP-62 at Ext. 8206,or Joe 1st place in the 178 Ib, division; Chuck Smith; Jim McClain, team

'. HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY am.6 p.m. Thrift at the Indoor Pool at Ext. coach; Bob Guyer; and Qill Klohr. Others not present were Steve

48L Swanson, runner-up 147 lb.; Mike Murphy, runnerup 139 lb.; Eddie

OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00 till:3Qp Bright, runner-up 125 lb. division; Ed Sims; Dan Connely; and
: : .M.: Gerry West. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson, AA)

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NAS Jacksonville has been designated ,.Teams desiring to participatein
} as the host in the 6ND this tournament should submit
Y c s Boxing Tournament to be held notification of entry not later than
BIBIHIEF: TIRE fit 6 axe DUKE GARRETT, OF THE April 3.4.Tournament. March 20, to Commanding Officer,
MACON RENEGADES (left) director will be Naval Air.Stat( n, Box 14, Jacksonville -j I
;decisioned Ed Sims (right) LCdr. R.W. Mansfield, NAS Recreation (Attn: Code 35)-The) following '
13 Locations To Serve .Y on Jax Navy inone of the recent Officer.' Tournament coordinator information should\ be.".
AAU bouts held in the will be, Frank MC- included with each entry: I.Jr
15201, ROOSEVELT BLV0r1 r1 y, Mile N. HAS Gat. Jacksonville. .Colel m. (NavyPhoto ,Caffrey, Athletic, Director of the a. Name," rate/rank, service
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantlc'Mills by Harold Benson, AA) Naval. Air Station. number.of, ry,{tAlus r..l

2809 MAYPORT RD. H 4 Mile From NS Gat. I ... ; ; weight' 't., .
"(formerl PrU :: :: b. Estimated time of arrival at

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each contestant: for publicity
e i ....NOTHING DOJKK)) ..EAY .1 PAYMENTS f :.. ". .' > t f. Berthing and massing required
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BRUNSWICK PREMIUM Navy Little League To Register Sponsoring commands xill be

required to bear all expenses incurved -

.'...' "Nationwide 100% DuPont Guarantee.t Nylon, :Tubeless in'Wrlting. .. ,' On Saturday In Blue Angel Park cost of by berthing their entries and messing.The other. than

36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee conducted
tournament ona
The Little will
Navy League reg- Park.
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE ister boys, ages eight to fifteen. Managers are urgently needed single elimination basis, is inaccordancewlth
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 1 FREE civilian or military dependents on and any one interested should con- AAU rules and reg-
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 FREE Feb. 29, 9:00 ulations.
Saturday a.m. tact Lt. Smith at Ext. 480 or
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE 6:00 p.m., in the Blue Angel Ball 8242 Squad sizes will be limited to
e 600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE one Individual in each weight divi-
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670 -x x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 1 FREE FREE the ONE place to and heavy weight)plus
710 15 3 FOR 79.35 coach and manager.All .
760 x 15 3 80.40
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the Mainside Gym,Bldg.3, at 8:30
./ 670 x15; '..:,;; ',' 750 :xR: : a.m., April 3.Each contestant must
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Phone Beneficial1, Get cash double fast for any good rea
2 BALL JOINTS ANY U.S. BUILT CAR it1! And in the Athletic Direcotr's Office,
son furloughs expenses bills you-name' get
Bldg. 3, at 10 a.m. on April 3.
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lunk Of The Mad Foxes Rolls IntramuralA

664 For High "600" Series Basketball t

.4 r.
'o more keglers joined the Alley Cats 2, BB Stackers 2 Results of the past week's games
of the "600" Bowlers this Protons 4, Pizzon's 0 played and ending February 21 are ,
week. They were Howard A v ions 3, Spoilers 1 as follows:
nk of the Mad Foxes with a Burgermasters 3, FICEUR #21 Weapons over Marines, 7234.
664, and Walt Zaborniak, of ComStoreFlve 4, Supply 0 High Scorers: Weapons, Charles
Falcons with a 623. Gilbert 22 points. Marines,
igh single team game was NATIONAL LEAGUE Charles Lawson, 12 points. -
led this past week by the Mades Electrons 4, Rookies 0 VP-5 over Dispensary 94-4L : ?
of VP-5 racking up a 954. Lucky 'T 3, Air Frames 1 High Scorers: VP-5, Stanley Clay,
[he PIzzan's high team series Bombers 3, Baymen 1 38 points. Dispensary,Jobn Brady,
ll 1 stands as they posted a 2723 FICEUR #3 4, Pan Handlers 0 22 points.
1 first week's action. 679th 3. Rejects 1 A/C Malntnance over Hospital,
MAKING THE STRETCH members of the Wives .
Results of last weeks action: Owl Hoots 4, Marines 0 66-62. High Scorers: A/C Malm., are Navy Phy.sical
) fitness who hold their the Pool
Wilbur Aaron, 25 points. Hospital, program sessions in
(AMERICAN LEAGUE Fred Kloman, 27 points. every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 9-11 a.m. During this

Mad Foxes 3, Griffins 1 SportsShorts VA-45 over VA-35, 42-28.High time the ladies have the use of the steam room, swimming pool
by Warriors 3, Cursors 1 Scorers: VA-45, Benny Gosey, 14 and the exercise room. All Navy Wives and dependents are wel
eedlers 3, Marlins 1 points. VA-35 James Fuglt, 10 come to attend one. of the weekly I get-togethers under the Instruction
'alcons 3, Cutters 1 points. of Joe Thrift and Sal Imperial. (Navy Photo,)
:annon Cockers 2, Eagles 2oc's VP-7 over V VAP-62 43-39. High
) 3, FICEUR #11 Scorers: VP-7, Eldon Rose, 19
:hlcfs 4, ComFalrJax 0 The Intramural Golf organiza points. VAP-62, Willie Bostic, 14 UNEW5ED"VOLKSWAGENS
[Riggers 4, Seabees 0 tional meeting will be held on: points. f
Wednesday March 11 at 9:30 a. m. Hospital over Dispensary
[CONTINENTAL LEAGUE Bldg. 3. Unit representative 6054. High Scorers: Hospital,

[Spartns/ 3, Black Shoes 1 should attend. Fred Klomann, 35 points. Dlsp.,
John Brady and Stan Pryor with
IfHoward The Umpires Clinic organ!. 16 points apiece. atSPRING
600"Bowlers zational meeting will be held or VP-7 over NARTU, 47-3L High
Monday March 2, 7:00 p. m., t Ir Scorers: VP-7 Eldon Rose, 23
Bldg. 900, top side south wing. points. NARTU Jim Belasario, MOTORSGREEN
12 points.
Southeast military golf tournament Communications over ComFalr COVE SPRINGS s 284-9209
Strunk, Mad Foxes, 664.
will be held March 46. Communications
5718. Scorers -
Jax High :
[Walt Zaborniak, Falcons, 623.
William Wallace 12
Preston Luck, NARTU #2, 617.
I[ The University of Georgia will points. CFJ, Richard Jaskey and
Bob Cowan ,Cannon Cockers,617.
play golf here on March 18. : George Balaschak with six points THE BANK OFORANGE
John Stankaitas, Spoilers, 610. I
I Ronald Griffins, 609. apiece.
Langager, Duke University will play tennis Supply over'VA-45, 4745. High PARK,
here on March 28. Scorers: Supply, Dale Venter 22
taipire Clinic points. VA-45, Ben Gosey, 19
Florida State University will be points.
on the NAS Golf Links togo againstthe MARTD over VU-10,3734.High
[Slated To
Be Jax Navy Golfers,February 28. Scorers: MARTD William Mus- COMPLETE f *a
selman, 11 points. VU10Stan
In Bldg. 900The The Harlem Globtrotters will Spencer 13 points. COURTEOUS
be in the Jacksonville Coliseum FICEUR over VAP-62, 49-47.
Jax Navy SoftballBaseballGroup March 4. Tickets can be obtained High Scorers: FICEUR, Bob
will have It's organizational from the Recreation Office Bldg. Warner, 15 points. V VAP-62 Wiley SERVICE .
meeting on Monday March 2, 704. Prices are $2.00, $1.50, and Bostic, 17 points. .M. 1
7:00 p. m., In the top-side south LOO. VP-7 over ComFairJax, 6544.
wing of Bldg. 900. Hgh Scorers: VP-7 Eldon Rose,
All persons interested in 23 points. CFJ, Jerald Hackworth, HIGHWAY 17
umpiring in the Softball-Baseball 18 points.
Leagues must be in attendance at SECURITY RIDDLE: Why are ORANGE PARK FLORIDA Member
this time. Umpires are urgently U. S. Savings Bonds like old NAVAL TAILORS FOR F.D.I.C.
needed for the NAS-NATTC Intra- friends? Because they become
mural Softball programs and also more valuable with the passing of THREE GENERATIONS

for the Navy Jax Little League time I Unlike old friends, however
Programs. bonds can be replaced If lost or UNIFORMSNO I
Plans concerning an Umpire destroyed. Make friends with U.S.
Clinic will be discussed at this Savings Bonds yourself -- and WE DON'TOffer
meeting. Further Information can hold onto them I
be obtained from Frank McCaffrey
|NAS Athletic Director at Ext. 585. The MOOR



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FEBRUARY 27 1964
'0' Club Dance

I Eustis Fla. Hosts Monthly Police Pistol Matches of $2.50(Continued per person from?page Tickets 1)) are

required and be purchasedat
The monthly meet of the North Eustis. Following the dinner the :D>. (The Military overall winner.) sou* of Jacksonville, the second the "0" Club.

Florida Police Pistol Associationwas trophies were given out to the win AClassRobertBergeronSgtof Wednesday of March--and April For those young at heart and in
held recently at the Eustis ners. MAD with a score of 260-8x out will be at St. Augustine. a real party mood a "Dogpatch"costume
Florida, Police Pistol Range. The matches, divided into three of a possible 300 points. The price of the match (includes is suggested. Prizes will

About fifty civilians, Police and classes, comprise the 22 caliber, the barbecue after the match. New be awarded for the most "look-
military personnel participated in 38 caliber and 22 caliber for the C-Class J.C. Bouchard, Lt. shooters who have never fired in a-like" of the Yokum family If

the match. Three relays for the women and the 38 caliber and 45 USN Radlograflc School 1 NATTC. this type of match and who are you're shy about costumes, come

individual matches were conducted caliber for the men. The three and officer in Charge of the NATTC intrested should contact chief anyway-Mammy Yokum will still
and after the individual matches classes are made up of Police Rifle and Pistol team. Runyon Chief of Jax Navy Police. recognize( you.Thinking.
were completed the two man Division, Ladies Division and the The ,two man team match((20-' -- -- -
t matches were held. Military class. AboutBUYINGSELLING
t After the matches were com- Winners in the Military class rounds time fire) was won by J.C.'
pleted a Barbecue Chicken dinner were Bouchard and Mr. Sladon with a ?
was served for the shooters at AAA-Class J.C. Bishop I1M1 378-lOx out of a possible 400
the American Hall in of Consult a REALTORyour
Legion with a 289-23 out a possible
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l' Young Swimmers Set RecordsIn Police the and team women match competitors military.are JAMES E. MEAD, INC. REAL ESTATE MATTERSFOR

I not seperated and may choose any REALTOR ETHICAL, COURTEOUS
individual shooter for a partner, EFFECTIVE RESULTS
Recent Swim MeetA
Navy provided that he or she [Is of the

look at the Florida State Age 50 meter freestyle event in the time same class. WALTER J. SCI HUB, USNRET.( )

Group Swimming Records for 19S3 of 32.6 seconds, and the other The next match will be at New
just published, revealed that local record was the 50 meter back- Symirian Beach on Highway One ACL BLDG. 355-5474 RES. 721-0851
swimmers broke an amazing total stroke in the time of 40.1 seconds.
of fourteen existing individual and Swimmers from the St. [
two relay records in the recent Augustine Club took home two new >WJ
Jax Navy Invitational Indoor Swim records. Robert Hahn in the 11-12

Meet.A year girls group set a new time ,
closer look at,the records of 4L1 seconds in the 50 meter L

reveals the following individualswho breaststroke, and Richy Rentz in
set new records: Trudy Slade. the boys 13-14 year group won the :
set a time of 32.8 seconds for( 200 meter Individual Medley event
the 50 meter freestyle event for with a time of 2:49.9.

13-14 year girls; Susie Chance,
swimming for the Good Shepherd Beaches Acquatic Club had two
w. team, set a record time in the champions sharing in the honors
13-14 year girls 100 meter free- with Miss P. Townsend taking the
style with a time of 1:1L9. Other 50 meter backstroke event for girls
Good Sherpherd members to set eight years and under with a time
record times were, Greb HardeeIn of 48.3 seconds and Bobby Anderson @t \
the boys 100 meter freestyleevent in the boys 11-12 year group wr.F, 1k r y
with a time of 1:10.5, and placing first in the 50 meter butter-
In the. 50 meter backstroke event fly event with a time 38.0 seconds. 't. : 4r
he swam a speedy 35-second flat Both relay records were brokenby
time for the U-12 year boys, the the Good Shepherd team with the
Dennis Hayes swam the 200 meter 13-14 year girls, Bonnie Acree, z p
Individual Medley with a time of Susie Chance, Donna Rivers and ? '.
3:22.9 for the 9-10 year boys. Karen Mercer covering the 200 SEE ONE OF OUR QUALITY CARS
New records were also meter medley in 2:38.3. The 11-12
established by team members of year boys team of Tom Soles, Bill t' Gary Blackwell sti
the Florida Yacht Club with Beppy Parrish, Jimmy[ Ward, and Greg CAF Manager
Walton winning the 9-10 year girls Hardee covered the same event ina ; c P Cliff Ange .Joe Kldd p :
ye... "Rick Ricketts" I Ed Acklen r, 1 1t.4
50 meter freestyle event in the new record time of 236. b
I Bob Nipper I H.L. Threatt
time of 39.0 sec. AUen Paucherin Over 200 young swimmers from SPECIALS
the 9-10 year boys group took the Jacksonville and St. Augustineareas I
the 50 meter butterfly event in the contributed to the overall 1aDa4cI
exceptional time of 37.5 seconds. success of the first local age
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