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'.VOL. 22 NO. 2' Jacksonville Florida
MARCH 19, 1964


:: ASW Might Strengthened As VP-45 '

T1 1 Launches First Operational FlightA

new. phase In the Navy's capability to wage war on submarines was ushered In here at NAS Jacksonviue -
last Thursday..

Patrol Squadron,which moved
t'/ to NAS from Bermuda late last fT'1b
year launched the first operational
/ esS 71M mission ever flown from here in
.. M the new P-3A "Orion", an advanced -
anti-submarine warfare

patrol bomber.In .
7R L plane-side ceremonies, Rear

Admiral RobertGoldthwaite, Com-
1& Fairjax who also is Commanderof

.. w the Jacksonville Anti-submarine
Warfare Group, officially orderedthe
Charles Able, Capt. Pressler, Sgt. Doyle flight on a sub-hunting pat- t

Planning For Safety Lecture rol mission. M1L1
Also present at the ceremonieswere
Captain L.P.;Pressler, FAWn -
Hiway Safety Lecture Commander and Commander *,

J.D. Collins, Commanding Officerof S' t;
the "Orion" squadron and pilot '

Offered to DependentsA l' on the first flight. y :,. 5'., M '
Cdr. Collins had four staff \
observers In accompany duringthe
safe driving lecture will be Commander .
flight. They were
given Saturday for all dependent ing age.
The lecture will be held at the R.E. 'Durfos, ComFairJax Antisubmarine -
wives and children, of NAS and Warfare Officer Lieu-
10:30 ;
NAS Theatre at a.m.
tenant commands, that areofdriv-
The principal speaker for the tenant Commander E.G. Lightsey,
safety lecture will be Sergeant Jr., ComFairJax Operational Con- r
Ceremonies Doyle of the Florida State Highway trol Center Officer; and Lieu-
Patrol. He will also show a tenant G.V. Trleschman and J.K.
Open Doors To movie entitled "Broken Glass". Ide, Sonarman First Class, of

On Monday Sgt. Doyle and (See V/)-45 Page 6)) OFFICIAL SEND OFF Wishing the crew of the VP45

Navy ExchangeThe with Charles Captain'Able,L.P Safety Pressler Officer, Com-met "Orion" good luck on their operational flight from hereat

manderFleet Air Wing Eleven We Fool You NotOn NAS Jax last Thursday Is HA dm. Robert Goldthwaite,

New Navy Exchange hereat In his office to go over the safe- Commander of Jax ASW Group. The squadron now has

NAS opened It's new doors for ty presentation. FAW-11 Is spon- April 1st there will be three P3-A aircraft and expects six more. (Navy Photo
business yesterday with Captain soring the program.
Ron Gardner PH2))
J.R. Compton, NAS, Commanding Safe driving Is a very Impor- A change in Jax you shall by ,

Officer, making it official tant part of our everyday life that

by traditionally cutting a ribbon. cannot be overemphasized. It seeThat affects All Hands Test Pilot HooverTo
The opening day consisted of a should be a part of every personIn from A to Z
varied assortment of activities. the naval service to ensure
Among them was professional golf that their dependents are made And boosts the priceofour Fly In Derby

er, Chandler Harper, holding a aware of the hazards encounteredon Laundrv! -- -
clinic on golfing tips. And like our highways today. : -Alias Cassius J!
most newly opened stores, a large < An acrobatic demonstration by famous test pilot Robert (Bob)
selection of merchandise was r Hoover In a World War II F-51 Mustang fighter will add color and
specially priced and for a little thrills to an air show climaxing Heavy Attack Wing One's Tenth
spice, away. Naval Air Station. Hoover performed here last October during the
The total cost of this new build- y NAS Jax 23rd Anniversary Open House.
This is -
Ing was about $475,000. The Sanford air snow crowns the
week of and de- Navy FlagAdmirals
R''a' weapons handling
(See NrtM, 1xrI'argr: Page )
livery competitions held annuallyby
the Navy's all-weather bomb-
Schools To
Ing and reconnaissance forces bas-
ed in Sanford. Eye DerbyScores
Hold Open HouseWives A crowd of thousands is expected .
i'( K10 of military officials from
s for this end of the fleet
of students in the Naval # r ( J- yearly all the country, including an expected -
exercise, as the air station throws
Air Technical Training Center's r i ii it 11 flag officers, are on
its doors
on a :
t open
Class "B" schools will have an the Sanford Naval Air Station this
opportunity to learn what the train- of its global opetations. week witnessing the Heavy Attack
Hoover's demonstration
ing their husbands receive is all Although Wing One Tenth Annual Bombing
is not an integral of
about when the schools hold"Cpen Derby.
these operations, of the maneuvers -
House"rpril3. t,, rt Also on hand are top executives
) he'll be
NVTTC's..E-Band AC-B sch- performing are from defense firms, press and
essential In the of
ools hold "Cpen House' for dependents steps testing governmental representatives and .:'
BLESSING THE FLEET ceremonies will take all Navy combat aircraft for the .
at periodic Intervals to place at a large representation from the

acquaint them with the schools and St. Augustine on Sunday, March 22, as part of the Easter rigors of carrier operations.executive Central Florida community.An .
Hoover, now at
to give them an idea of what the festivitiesithin Nation's oldest! an Open House and Air Show,
our city. For a reporton North American Aviation's Los
school means to the student and climaxing the Derby this Satur-
his family this colorful! event, held for some 400 years, sec page Angeles Division, Is perhaps best day, March 21, is expected to

f\,'c O/i/"CM //lOll"/ Prtgc-'J 16. ( Photo courtesy of St. Augustine ChamberofCommerce) (See numbing 1)erhy'age O j) See I Vlaj: Admirals/'agc' elIIBRpRY )

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Protestant Services at the All : IT'S YOURS ; I
Saints' Chapel 7': .'-' 'c. ,

SUNDAY ; CARE The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
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Florida, by the Holt Publishing
Jacksonville Company, i
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NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages ; ; t: Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on :Monday before
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through Bldg. 722 :
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Advertisements solicited by the publisher queries
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WEDNESDAYs Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida-
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271.

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal r VOL. 22 NO. 2 MARCH 19, 1964

Catholic Services at St. Edward's ;

phal Chapel, SUNDAY NATTC and MASS Naval HDS- Chaplains/ Message 'f.

By Chaplain Randall S. Harris \I'I
6:30 a.m. U, S. Naval Hospital I
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m St. We all are faced with temptations because God created us with freewill f
Edward's Chapel Editorial with the freedom to choose. Temptation is being confronted
DAILY MASS with the choice between right and wrong between good and evil, '/

1J:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel is Yours- between God's will or our own will. To minimize the reality and
MONDAY & TUESDAY Citizenship significance of temptation is to minimize the reality and significance x
of evil. And certainly the most significant temptations are
4:15 p.m. King Hall, I NATTC spiritual ones involving our responses both good and bad, to God.
FRIDAY Will You Care for It? Since we are all tempted to crowd God out of cur self-centered world, i f'
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval.HospitalSATURDAY let us examine the three stages In every temptation.The .

.. A man from foreIgn country torn by tyranny came to the United first stage of temptation is the first suggestion. In our own y;'
9:00 a.m. St.Ed ward's ChapelCONFESSIONS.SATURDtY States to work and build a home--to become an American citizen. lives we become aware of temptation when a choice between right I'.I

Ten years later, he made a trip to Washington. The first morn- and wrong confronts us. For example, it occurs to us that by stretch '
7:00 Masses p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Ing hewalkedfromthe White House down Constitution Avenue to the ing the truth a little we might get some extra credit, even though we L.

Capitol. At the entrance to the Capitol he asked the police officer on don't deserve it. The second stage of temptation is the appeal What WI
Catechism Classes: Grade School guard very timidly, "Is one permitted to enter the Capitol and look we are tempted by is always personally attractive, for if temptation ..,'*
SATURDAY around?" were not attractive no choice would exist. A rotten piece of candyis
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities The policeman's answer, short and to the point, Is one of his fond- never tempting. As temptation is personal In its appeal, our f'
building 722NURSERY est memories. "Hell, yes I" he said. "Walk right In. Don't you know personal and selfish desires for comfort, esteem, and power are ,
It's yours?" challenged. The third stage of temptation is the choice, the consent jo
The Naval Air Station Nursery This was a man who had lived on both sides of the fence--a man or rejection of the temptation. In our temptations we must choose
located in Building 560 on Child time and again surprised that the freedoms Americans enjoy between our will or God's will, to worsh p Him or the things of this
Street, opens at 8:IS am. on Sunday actually do exist. It's a good bet, too. that this man does not take his world are destined to perish.In .
morning. Parents attending freedom and his citizenship lightly. It's "his" and he'll take care of our choices temptation is overcome if we In faith trust inGod'...
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- it. who gives us the strength to resist temptation, and as we success
vices may leave young children in But how many Americans do we hear and see daily who treat their fully resist temptation's deceits we are then strengthened. In over- I
the nursery without charge. citizenship as If It were a glass of warm water? Citizenship demands coming temptations In life's struggles with evil we spiritually grow ;"
certain responsibilities--things that call for our time and effort, up so that we may no longer be as children, tossed to and 'ro. Life

Why Wear not daily indifference. Is not an easy way free of temptation, but In faith we can avoid and \
First of all good citizenship calls for a knowledge of our heri- defend against inevitable temptation and choose the right way. But (

,- tage and Institutions--an awareness that the freedoms weenjoy actually we may not always choose the right way and may succomb to evil. ,
Seat Belts? DO exist., It calls for a vote on election day, pride and work in civic for while God gives us the grace to resist temptation and obey His t
affairs, support of schools and churches and synagogues, brother- will, He has given us also the freedom to choose. However. God can l'
hood, proper observance of patriotic holidays care and concern for save us when we fail by His freely given forgiveness in love.
Early this year a man we'llcall public facilities and, when the time comes, proud service in the Arm- Man's ethical problem, involves than what
Tom Willis and his wife, of doing, more knowing
Phoenix, Arizona drove from aside Forces. is right, and right conduct Is a consequence of faith for we do what \
"A nation of individuals willing to face their responsibilities and we believe in. in ,
into Living a world full of ambiguous moral decisions
street a thoroughfare, without aware of their civic, and duties "
religious ,
community wrote J. Edgar the choices
are and God's
many not always clear. Cur dependence on
stopping. An oncoming car plowed Hoover, "will make for a nation living in honor
together decency, guidance and love
into the front side of the Willis' and mutual can deliver us from evil, is the hope of our sal-
car, twirling it around the inter- respect. s.. .- vatIon and makes us the victors In the battles with temptation.

section. Mr. Willis was spearedby Station TrafficViolations
the steering wheel, but survived.
Half Fare Rates
Mrs. Willis flew into the wind- I
shield, then out the door and 1c
against the pavement, and died in- Following is a report of traf- Extension Asked
stantly. The investigating policeman fic violations for the period March L
noted on the bottom of his 8 through March 14. By United AL t

report, "Would have lived had r ',
she worn a seat belt." NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis \
This notation is not unusual.It week March 8 thru March C United Air Lines has asked the

is becoming standard procedurefor 1-1. . . .6 4 Civil Aeronautics Board to approve
many patrolmen who witness, Total accidents this year through extension of military standbv fares. I
firsthand, the value of seat belts. March 14. . .52 for another year, according toT !u.
The evidence in favor of seat belts Total accidents through March Connell, the company's Atlanta

has become so overwhelming, thata 1963. . . . .61 sales manager. United's filing,
person who doesn't wear one is Number.of days since last injury asked to extend the fareuntil M>"i IJ

unnecessarily risking his life. ,in motor vehicle accident. 3 24, 1965.
I Belts increase your chances of: The special fare allows servicemen '
surviving a crash by eight tt meso NUMBER\ OF VIOLATIONS and women to fly at hal

Think what:excitement.would,re-' iThlS' ;f cl. *;' .... .' /70 the regualr fare on all united
suit ,if medical" :iaumdrities1 Wereto I ,''Spe'e'dlng. j:.' i \.. ';: .1. ". 'l.;40. flights when traveling on leave life'
announce the development of a ):Reckless driving. <1 or when returning to civilian
pill which reduced mortality, from" Going through stop sign.. .. 1 after discharge from active ser
two leading1; 'causes of death Other': violations. t .. -. .52 vice. The discount computed usiru
; heart ailments and cancer -- bi \"' ',Forty-[our drivers appeared before jet coach fares as the base applies
,i these percentages! Yet for the ;the* Traffic: Hearing Bosrdat to travel when space is -vul"
third )Wdmg killer [No. 1i{, Killer ; the mating i held on'March 16, able after other revenue pas
of the CPYDtrl"'s youth :i in the 15- 1364' Disposition pf f the cases include sengers have boarded the plane

:? ? :to-25'age bracket),! there already the- following: 14, Jost driving TOP PF.RFOR\t\XCF..lohn .\. Uchalax. HMSX. Reservations are not included
exists a' life-s.-ving: device which and parking privileges"aboard attached to the XATTC who is United's siandb)' half fare or
r: relatively r few 'people use-seat, ;station' for various periods; 15 ship plaque from Dispensary receives ,the Leader. military personnel on, lea\e \\'elit
belts., received suspended penalties; C5 Captain C. C. Strum. \.\TrC c Into effect on March 27, 1363.
Seat belts save lives get them were given warnings: three were mamllng Officer. lie received ,the plaque as and has proven extreme
use :h m.. dismissed. of his Leadership Class which graduatl'tl! March[ 6. popular. with servicemen, Connellsaid

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Project HOPE Feature

RAdm- Heyward Jr.) Named ,

As Chief Of Naval Air and under-
TrainingRear standing between peoples is highly .
important in today s world. .
Project HOPE has discovered '. .
Admiral Alexander S. Heyward Jr., has been named to relieve that one of this world's most t'.. ..i 't :
Vice Admiral Fitzhugh Lee as Chief of Naval Air Training with head- precious assets-medical knowledge !. .. .."'; ..,... .. ,
quarters at the Naval Air StationPensacola this summer.A ,.., 'I
-is by far the best way to \i1.lo ..
native of Columbia S.C. and naval aviator since 1932 Admiral .. .
a speak out to the people of newly -. (
Heyward Is currently serving In Washington as the Deputy Chief of emerging nations and that one of -4" 1Iii 'J. ..
Naval Personnel. the most certain paths to peace 'I'r'c, ,., RARE PRESENTATIONCapt. -

Admiral Lee,who has commanded today lies in efforts which enable ,",.. .,, :.! .'..-q' .; J. R. Compton pre-
[ the Naval Air Training people to help themselves. t "
Thi is the basis and sents a certificate of completion
Command--- the Navy's largest ni _c very purpose JI. II:;' ...
shore establishment----since of Project HOPE: to bring r cI .. t ,). of the correspondencecourse
October 1961, will become Com- the kills and techniques de. I, t' tl "The Economics of
veloped by the American medical .
mandant of the National War Col-
in aRAdm. profession: to the people of other t' 1 ... National Security" to II. E.
lege Washington. nations in their own environ "' II Jarrard Foreman Over-
If,. ,
According to word received here
ment, adapted specifically to their I
; from Washington, President John- needs and their way of life. haul and Repair Depart-
,'. son has approved the nomination Symbol of this teaching-healing ment. The course is administered *
of the newly appointed Chief of project is the S. S. HOPE, the by the Industrial
\;: Naval Air Training for promotion b world's first peacetime hospital
of the Armed
J\\ to the three star rank of vice ad- ship, a reconverted 15,000-ton College ,
f miral. veteran of World War II and and gives specific emphasisto
The assignment to Pensacola the Korean conflict. immunization and other the Intcr-relaled military
', Her log of accomplishmentsfor HOPE services.
will be his fourth tour in this
A. S. Heyward, Jr. the t in Indo logistical, political and
He received his flight training here past two years And the free world has gained
nesia South Viet Nam and Peru social factors
during 1931-32 and returned in countless friends who are affecting national -
include these highlights; : now healthier, happier and
1935 for a two year tour as a LCdr. Murphy security. (Navy
Over 2.000 medical and para. more self.reliant individuals.The .
i f. fighter plane instructor. At that medical Photo)
personnel of these S. S. HOPE is now in
time he was a member the Navy's countries have worked and Guayaquil, Ecuador, bringing
flight exhibition team, the forerunner Makes IronCurtain learned with our American better health knowledge to the IfAUIUM ROCK-BOTTOI
Il" of today's famed Blue An- doctors and nurses. people of another newly emerg .
I gels. Visit 4.500 patients have been treat. ing nation. Here, as elsewhere, RATES
I.: Admiral Heyward returned to ed aboard the S. S. HOPE. the strongest Impact of HOPE's '1"'UIA"C Call: E.Mark Utsey

NAS Pensacola again in 1940 for Approximately 4,000 major successes is the grateful reactionof STArt VAIN NVTSAI $Icfl farm At I
p' duty as chief flight instructor Lieutenant Commander John J. operations have been per. the world's needy to those sutowomuswuscr 389.0338
u From July 1955 to October 1$56, S. Murphy of NARTU's VS-741 formed. vital missions and the generous corpA 9 N ING l.VP.
he commanded the aircraft carrier made a return visit behind the Iron Over 500,000 people on two Americans who supported its pro.
,I Lexington which is now based Curtain, and recently told his continents have benefited by gram.
."... at Pensacola and serves as the squadron members of his adven-

: training Naval Air carrier.Training Command's tures.1962.His first trip was madeIn llrf I Ill I I

I.:\ A 1930 graduate of the Naval His visit, which lasted about a
Academy, Heyward also month during July,and early August \\
't attended the senior course 1963, Included Hungary Rumania, 1
in strategy and tactics at the Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia.
i. Naval War College, Newport, RL LCdr, Murphy traveled by bus
During his 34-year navalcareer with about 20 other tourists, most
r he has commanded Patrol Squad- of whom were American teachers.SOVIET .

bailer 73,and the the seaplane carrier tender Lexington.Tim- USED GAR! M lEAl THE* IHiNKlHOT! KM

f"ron He also served as executive officer -

': of the aircraft carrier r 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. -
Antietam which was relieved by*
the Lexington In December 1962as

Natracom's training carrier. E 1 1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS!
I In addition, he held various staff
billets in the Navy Departmentand
served for 15 months as Com- '62 RAMBLER SEDAN . .$1295 '61 FORD 4-Dr. Hardtop . .$1595
mander of Carrier Division Five Automatic transmission. Air cond.,, A.T. R&H Pwr. Steer & brakes

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The thing that makes the worldgo John J. C. Murphy of '62' VOLKSWAGEN . .$1495 Auto trans. R&H.

round, NARTU's VS-741 describesthe '58 RENAULT . . .. $495 '
That makes the fellows fall, Straight stick R&H.
t': And ladies drop their hand- route he traveled on his '60 PEUGOT . . ... $795 'Auto trans., R&H.
\ kerchiefs, return visit from behind the '60 CHEVY 4-Dr Impala . .$1395 63 CHEVY SPORT COUPE .$2595
auto trans., R&H, Power brakes,
Is gravity .that's all. I Iron Curtain to his squadron Hardtop, Power steering, R&H, Power ..
power steering, fac. air cond.
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Quoit of I IIP"Regardless ''Jlt'(' '

.. of how, persistent our
,diplomacy may be in activities stretching -
: i' j| all!! around the globe, in! the /final

.., tz* analysts it rests upon the power of the
,V\ ,:, ''rt I !! United States, and that power rests
', ;:: upon the will and courage of our citi-

',ZS ,/; \,\ zens and upon you here in this field:'

V'1.: f) ,, J -PresIdent John F Kennedy praisingfy !
"/ .,<2";'",' troops for their performance during
- the Cuban crisis. ':
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.. Just outside Main Gat. -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office 'iPEIJSnR-TIri" it llir net* ..'-11 high-*/"''' Inlrnrptor that ha,been telr
i BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND nt rnurr than, 2.000 1fI">h, lltrff lime litewW "/ sound.

OPEN. 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES Mach/ 3 Plus VP-5 Mad Foxes

COLD PHONE DRAFT AND 387-9351 BOTTLE BEER High-Speed Return To (HAS|

Auto|O| HH Liability ngBHBMn M Insurance M Revealed by Pres. Johnson from Puerto Rico

The "Mad Foxes" of Patrol
O.vcr 25 Married $39.00 Over :25 Single. 3.00 Washington (AFI'S)=The United States: has: developed Squadron Five returned to Nr S
21-25: ; Married. . S55.00 21-25 Single. S72.00 a high-speed) jet aircraft which, according) to President: John- Jacksonville Saturday, following a
Under 21 Married. .$67.00 Under 21 Single. $115.00 son, "far exceeds: that of any other aircraft in the world to- two week training exercise at the
6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLAN da '" in performance. U. S. Naval Station, Roosevelt
Disclosure of the A-ll advanced experimental jet ait'crat'twas Roads, Puerto Rico.
McDOUGALL'S INSURANCE made by the President at his The last of the twelve antisubmarine -
AGENCY first live television press conference warfare crews arrived at
Feb 29 CARE Sends hanger 124 after having completedtwo
Hear Main Gate NAS, JAX The President: said the aircraft weeks of t intensive crew train-

6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676 at has more been tested than in three sustained times flight the Plastic Surgeon to Treat ing in operation "Springboard".

peed; 'of sound (over 2.000 mph ) Springboard is' an annual Navy
and at altitudes in excess of training exercise which occurs
Vietnam Napalm VictimsSaigon
70.000 feet.Development
each In the Caribbean and
Y RES year
of the new aircraft -
81IIEF m CI I has been underway since (AFPS-A) plastic sur- takes advantage of the ideal fly
1959. According to the President. geon has arrived here to begin ing conditions provided by the
the A-ll aircraft now at Edwards treating Republic of Vietnam casualties tropical weather.For .
AFB, Calif.. are undergoing extensive disfigured Communist!:
the months VP-5
Locations To Serve You tests to determine their napalm bombs past two
has maintained detachment at
uses as long-range interceptors Dr. Richard B. Stark I is! the first
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. plastic surgeon sent here undera Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads
Y Mile N. HAS Gate
] The President said the plane's monthly' rotation program just providing Anti-Submarine War-
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills high speed high altitude and launched by MEDICO the medical fare and Search and Rescue ser-
2809 MA PORT RD. K Mile From NS Gat.. long-range performance of thou branch of CARE. vices
sands of miles are a technical for Commander CaribbeanSea
(formerly| Pruitt Tire Co) Doctor Stark heads the Founda-
with both mili-
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE accomplishment Frontier.
tion of the American Society of
FRITZ tary and commercial applica-
.On Tires Batteries Shocks Brakes. P ARM AN tions possible.One Plastic!: and Reconstructive Surgery

Front--- End Engine' ....&_-Transmission---_..Work-" ....--. .........--(pet,- --c.P,-.Q.--) of the important technical representing 800 specialists Is The RunwayOf

|WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE; U.S.N.' achievements the the A-ll titanium has metal in been development perfecting required I l for of of pitals MEDICO: here are spokesman crowded said with hos-civilian Today DoomedBy

NOTHING DOWN EASY/PAYMENTS the high temperatures expeii- and military victims of the
enced by the aircraft because: of Comn1Jnlst'It.t Cong guerrillas,
'----- eo
I its :spcid Future Aircraft?
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM Plastic surgery' is necessary because -
"In view' of the (continuing importance of the Reds'use of napalm
100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless of thi t developments to incendiary bombs which maim
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing our national security< ," evident and kill b>' chemical burns. Is today's jet runway doomed
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee Johnson explained "the detailed by the plane of tomorrow
performance of the Allill remain Doctor Stark who brought 200) This prospect, held out by a
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE strictly clas-Mtied!: and all individuals : (
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE associated with the program pounds of surgical instruments remarkable flight system enabl
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE have been directed to refrain with him. will treat patients and ing jet planes to take off and land
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE : from making any further teach local doctors plastic techniques vertically, is ext:mined in "Up
1 FREE disclosures: concerning: thi program at Saigon's Cho Ray Hospital "
; 600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 ," Jet r' on "The Twentieth Centur'
650 x 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE Sunday, March 29, 6:00 6:30PM :
670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE I t, on WJX'T, Televis on ,4 rnJacksonville.
710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE Walter CronKire is
760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE the
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE WESTCONNETTFURNITURE reporter.

"Up Jet! explores the development

''', LACK670 x 15 '750 x 14 of the vertical I takeoff and
ECAPSr..BLACK tfSW TUBELESS landing (VTOL) system from ts

i 600, )lus .,; w!l 8 95 ,t b' 2.9 'plus" 5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD ST. SP L0750 when observers the b\"pogo rearing plane"back startled on !''ts
Exc." 't ::1
Ta d .Tax Tax
6;; __ _...::::1-| } .. -plus .-.J 'L............,........_', : tail and zooming up at J qO'
EASY CREDIT degree angle.

1 [ALIGNMENT PLUSPARTS & LABOR 31.95) REPOSSESSIONS The broadcast;: also examines the L
MATTRESS Plans and hopes for future VIA
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LIVING I I ROOM SUITE copters, of course are i in a dIfferent -
WHEEL BALANCE .99 $69.00.END category because they; arc
TABLES too slow
$5.00 "MODERN LAMPS-$5.00ELECTRIC Spectacular shots of a wide r.\01c
[ TUNE UP 4.95 of VTCL planes being put fh-oi >
AND GAS STOVES $35.00 their stralght-up i and s'r* 'M'-

BI6 CiEF HE COMSI I down broadcast.paces The are Included differerr '. ',v hi.,

$100,00.DINING I I ROOM proaches tried b, ccur' l
1 SUITE SRQ .nn both sides of the '" tlann -I'
A.M. TO 9 P,M. search for a prwctlc.II,1
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19, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 5'. 1

T1L'4 -;- These photos should consist of( .. i
11_ Mu material on marine industrial, It
mnSJNJINIfS views of any type of vessel or 1 SPCkotVethit .
craft, sailing, power or hand pro-
pelled, fishing vessels,shipbuilding -
% iIllllllaIIKoOlle and repairing, harbors, river I 4
and canal scenes, ship details,
navigational aids, informal pic- SEE PAGE 16 AND
tures of seafarers, fishermen, YOU'LL KNOW WHY I
stevedores and seascapes.The .
17th Annual Exhibition of RIVERSIDE
The Mariners Museum, a privately Marine Photography started Sun-
supported non-profit Institution day, March 15 and will run CHEVROLET
sponsors an annual through April 12. .
photographic exhibition entitled For information and entry blanks _CEDAR HILLS
"Marine Photography Inter- write to: The Mariners Museum,
national." Newport News, Va.


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MERITORIOUS MAST-Sgt. Robert C. Poulin, a personnelman

with the Marine Aviation Detachment, was awardeda FREEH!

meritorious mast by LtCol. John Urell, CommandingOfficer

of the detachment, for Poulin's outstanding per- JACKSONVILLE MOBILE HOME DEALERS ASSOCIATION

formance during the recent Inspecting General's' Inspection. PRESENTS

.. lie was cited by the inspecting officer for his out-
standing clothing display and condition of his dothes. MOBILE HOMES SHOW

(Officical USMC Photo by GySgt. Wes Ward) '.

t 7 VP-16 "Eagles" Cited :'',: .'

At Recent CeremoniesSeven

VP-16 personnel were sented to F. J. Erickson, AEC,
cited at ceremonies held at morn- and W. L. Hughey, ADR2. Can-
t Ing quarters March 5, here at didates for the ASW Aircrew Wings
NAS. must complete an exacting seriesof UCHIONVHU V eeo.I
Anti-Submarine Air Crewman requirements Including qual-
Wings were presented to two and lifylng In several crew positions
the Good Conduct Medal was pre- aboard the SP-2E Neptune patrol FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. a
sented to five others. bomber. In addition they must SUNDAY 1 P.M. TO 6 P.M. I
.. The Crewman Wings were pre- demonstrate a high degree of pro-
ficiency In survival techniques,
first aid communications and lead-
i VP-16 Deployed ership.
The Good Conduct Medals, were
awarded to T, R. Baxter, AMCS,
I To Puerto Rico 6th award, V. Avvenire, ABH2,
5th award, S. E. Drumhlller.ATC -
3rd award, and J. L. Quinn,AMS3, rd
F For ManeuversPatrol 1st award. The medal Is presentedto
Individuals In recognition of .
t their faithful, zealous and obedient
Squadron Sixteen, commanded Naval service.
by Commander William J.
Vaught, deployed to the Naval
t Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto
4 f Rico, March 1, for- participation
t In Operation Springboard 1964,
t after just returning from a three STOPAND

:. month partial deployment toGuan- . .. . . .
; tanamo Bay, Cuba. .
Operation Springboard is an annual -
fleet training exercise and : -New-Indiry4tandard& :
is conducted In the Caribbean area
where the participating units can SAVE .
take advantage of the near perfect
See the models!
weather and sea conditions toboost new : :
their combat readiness in all] modern homes and travel trailers! : : "

phases warfare of mission.As their. anti-submarine On AutoInsurance .. (gII\\\ .

part of the exercises VP-16 These new mobile homes-with W o :
will participate in coordinated -
flight crews
maneuvers with U.S. complete furnishings and appliances : i :

ASW specialists will for just right for industrial
submarines. every room-are : S i a.eer : ,
be onboard each of VP-16's SP-
workers and military men tc
2E Neptune aircraft to observe For real auto insurance r h E, r
and grade each crew as they detect savings; call Nationwideand who want to keep their families together :

locate, and simulate destruction sec the companythat's for retired couples I and young Mobile homes on display at the .
of the "hostile" sub- first with over 2 show will all bear this NEW
marines In highly realistic million car owners marrieds. The light-weight travel : seal of approved industry stand ;
simulated combat conditions.The the company with new trailers are great for weekend and ards for electrical, heating and :
"Eagles" are schduled to ideas loa new era! Call: plumbing systems. .
vacation fun.
28.return to NAS Jacksonville March DOUG COOK : FREE ADMISSION ::

'llu- Amerioan-Kon'dn Fotirula- 854H. Edgewood Ave. . . . . .
(inn help provide Korea' or .... .. 384-2556
vhcltrr. (food '
|"I Hill" with Presented local dealers in
by your cooperation with
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the :\iwi loan-Korean Foundation -( JB MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY the Mobile Homes Manufacturers AssociationI.W
Federal Service .. O*.. Home Offce/ Celumbut. Olue I "
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JAX j .:...

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FA W-ll's Operations ( draw a crowd numbering
Department.When same primary mission as the In the
the "Orion" roared down "Neptune" but can accomplish its thousands. Other events leading
the runway last Thursday it marked sub-hunting tasks more effect- up to the air show, while not
the beginning of the end of a fam- ively. Its design also gives crew- primarily spectator events, are
iliar sight in Jacksonville skies. members more ease and comforton J drawing a sizeable following from
The comparatively new P-3A will long and often monotonous hoursof among those having close profess-
eventually replace the SP2E patrol flight. ional association with them. The
"Neptune", a combination prop- Derby got underway Monday.
eller and jet powered patrol bom- Petrol Squadron 45, now equip- The list of admirals who plan-
ber In use since shortly after ped with three "Orions", is the = ned to attend is headed by four
World War II. first fleet squadron Jacksonville star Admiral Harold P. Smith,
The modern "Orion" has the to have the new bomber. Current Commander-In-Chief of the U.S,
plans call for the Fleet /ir Wing Atlantic Fleet.
MAP MEASUREFOR Eleven unit to be built up to a strength Also from the Norfolk area are
of nine "Orions", the usual L and Hugh Vice Admirals Charles B. Mar-
30 YEARS-Alfred R. Jensen, ( ) Supply Dept.,
YOUR, -. .TRAVELS.....--. .. ............ number in a fleet squadron.The Donds R recieved 30 year pins from tell, Commander of the U.S. Second -
( ) Security Dept.,
'. \" \ squadron began its move Fleet, and Paul H. Ramsey,
{ ...'.\' from Bermuda to Jacksonville last Captain James R. Compton, NAS CO, upon completionof Commander of Naval Air Forcesin
\1: October and received Its first P-3A their 30 years of military and Civil Service. ( Navy the Atlantic. Rear Adm.

in late January. Since its arrival Photo by Ron Gardner, P1I2)BOMB) Edward C. Outlaw Commanderof
\ intensive training has taken the U.S. Naval Aviation Safety
place within the squadron in order Center is also attending.
to operate and maintain the DERBY From Washington are Vice Adm.
aircraft. In doing so, the unit John S. Thach, Chef<
Deputy of
(Continued I')
from Page
has flown the
"Orion" on several Naval Operations for Air and
training missions from NAS buttoday's Rear Admirals Ernest E. Christ-
of the
known for his experimental work connaissance-attack version
the first
flight was
oper- ensen and Earl R. Eastwold of the
ational patrol. with many of the early U.S. jets Vigilante; A-3B Skywarrior Bureau of Naval
Including the Navy's FJ Fury and A-4B Skyhawk attack bombers and Weapons.
I *..F ft j 'SSL__ train- Vice Adm. Paul D. Stroop.
Now Other crewmen on Thursday'sflight the Air Force F-86 Saber jet. TF-9J Cougar loft-bombing
you can measure the mile-
of were: Lt. LH. Duffield, The F-51 which he flies Is one Commander of Naval Air Forcesin
age seconds.your planned vacation tripin co-pilot; Ltjg( ) C.C. Cberlander, of more than 15,000 whlchsawser- ers.All the audience Interest will the Pacific was listed as a tent-
made in Gadget t. tactical coordinator; Ltjg( ) W.R. vice in World War II and the Korean not be confined to the air. On ative attendee from San Diego,
the dis-
tance on ANY Map or Chart as Fussell navigator; Lt.jg( ) E.S conflict and soared to speed the ground spectators will havean Calif, while Vice Adm. Robert J,
you mark the route with a builtIn Florence navigator; R.D. Head records for propdriven aircraft. opportunity to examine manyof Stroh and Rear r\dm. Frances E.
roll wheel AE2, aft observer; R.M. Holt Preceding Hoover on the agenda the aircraft which currently Nuessle from Joint Strategic Tar-
crayon. Simply over
route and have the exact distance ATI, sonarman; GF. Baker ADR1 will be demonstrations of bomb- operate with U.S. carrier forcesall get Planning Staff Headquarters at
In Order now, only and J.W, Ley ADR1 engineers; ing In-flight refueling and low- over the world. Offutt AFB In Omaha, Neb., were
1L95, by return mall B.F. Nipper J.B. Ehrlein, ATN3, radioman; level performance by Navy air- These Include F-4B Phantom II expected to join Reardm.. LouisJ.
& Company 5507 Moret Dr. E., G.C. Coombs ATN3, radarman; craft. and R-8C Crusader fighters; an Kim, Commander Key West
Jacksonville 10, Florida. K.J. MacDonald AXAN, observerand Participants include both the A- A-1H Skyraider attack plane; Vig- Force.
J.L. Hoyt, A03, ordnanceman. 5A attack version and RA-5C re- ilantes; Skywarriors and Sky- All of the visiting flag officers
\ hawks. will_ attend a special briefing on
Sanford operations given by capt
Im: ,, ,f; James. O. Mayo, Commander
; :
,. .: Heavy Attack Wing One, at 9
a.m. tomorrow. .

.... ------... A prominent part of the brief- ing will be reserved for discuss-
ions of the RA-5C Vigilante, the
new mach two (twice the speed of
r1- :.N sound) reconnaissance-attack aircraft
scheduled for simultaneous
deployment with carrier force"under -
the commands of Admirals

Ramsey and Stroop.

Most of the week's bombing

"iiicc '-- '-- events have been taking plate: at
'- a practice target In Lake George: ,
a 50 square-mile body of water
j ... -" -
rII. 35 miles northwest of Sanford.

Others are utilizing training targets -
.DtvN'rGt.EEPA WII'JK ..! the
1'05SED< AND TURNED ALL scattered throughout
NIGHT/* Southeast.

Easter Flowers sent through NXPlan I


now to send flowers for Shop, Bldg. 27; Portrait Studio
Easter. Orders may be placedat Bldg. 554, NATTC; and ava1HoS.{
0 the following Navy Exchange pEtal, Bldg. H2009.
facilities for delivery anywhere in Orders should be placed not
the United States and Canada: Per- later than March 27 for deli',crx
sonal Services & Watch Repair by Easter.SPECIAL .

6.( '
If your budget takes a nosedive- J.J .'i.) \
'" "MayDay" Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard specializes PERMANENTj

,.t.' ; in renting money to Nai-al l personnel. For high

priority service, telephone ahead for a personal (and "'

top secret) appointment. You'll be surprised how low -oe (REG. V'1 .
$125 *
your monthly payments will be. VALUE)

LOANS TO $600 \1 '"da\'
,. Tiii-sAn \\ '
\Ul\ itlr \Jr ERIC
Over 700 "cash canteens" from coast to coast. Wherever ou're or MISS EMIL\

stationed there's always a Seaboard office near jou
215 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 34 West Duval St., Jacksonville

Telephone Elgin 6.1251 Telephone Elgin 6.3311 NEAR JAX NAS-: 384-1522

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Creats Art .J PAGE 7 +

'Ie Off Duty Hours"I ... .... ,t.i. i
:'JgOf .... ,.
have never had an an lesson .1,
rern in my life" was the comment '
given by Jonas N. Swecker, YN2. .'
,- Swecker who works in Officer
IeI Records, Bldg. 1 started painting
three years ago. He has since
I- taught himself
many techniques and
lr'I especially enjoys working with the
, pallet knife: r
), "I have no definite
style, and ,
therefore can do a Jacksonville
unlimited t
types KfiiJ Mte
e work, for instance working with
velvet, which is a challenge in its I .. POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK-on McDuff North of Bearer
self. Ther.e. no room for mis- YE OL fASTER-- Jonas N. Swecker YN2
. takes here." he said. laying his works. proudly ds. ..
He attributes his interest in { (Navy Photo by Chris Cole, SN)
Sr art to his wife who gives him both
criticism and encouragement. He
f is also vice president of the Jack-
sonville Art League and prefers
realism but is very interested in
f learning abstract painting.
J Paintings that have been done
by Swecker will be on display In No other airline offers
sometime in
Swecker has a great admiration for you so many ways '
the works of El Greco to use yourmilitary

standby fare:



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Jcssee Rahourn, TD3, has
his award as FAETU's
Sailor of the Month for

Walker Feb. read, FAETU's by Cdr. Com-J. S. Pay only 'A the jet coach fare

personnel manding Officer inspection., at a recent Cdr. on any of these United jets .

Walker congratulated Ra-
bourn for his fine performance One-Class Red Carpet Jets. Enjoy wide, comfortable seats,

in the Training choice of beverages and a delicious meal on appropriate

Aids Divison and for his flights. This smart new way to travel will give you a

many additional hours spentin first class feeling of comfort.
qualifying operational
personnel without conflict to New 727 Jets. United has already begun service on the 727, .'

the normal workload world's newest, most advanced jetliner. Rapid expansionof

(Navy Photo)L 727 service is planned for the months

'J ':\ ahead. All 727s will feature OneClassRed
Carpet service.

First Class Caravelle Jets. As on the 727,

+ rear-mounted engines make your ride

i smooth and quiet. Pay just half the regular -
', jet coach fare on all first class

Caravelle jets (except the

"Executive" flight

between Chicagoand

New York).

Regular Jet Coach. Or ride in First

Class if Coach is full. The military

,4j standby fare plan also applies on all

United propeller flights.To .

r take advantage of United's military standby
;:" fare plan, just come to the United ticket counter,

} or your base airline ticket office (JAMTO) in uniform and with a

AFPff copy of your leave authorization or discharge papers (within seven

days after discharge). National Guardsmen tJr 11;
CHARMING BEAUTY Curvaceous and Military Reservists are not eligible. "
Jeannette! DuBois, an up-onJ- UNITED
coming Broadway actress, takes THE NATION'S LARGEST/ A1I/UNE/KNOWNFOR/ EXTRA CAFlf _
tune to let photographer do a
little /<



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MARCH 19, 1964

I EOD-VlIlt Clears SwitzerIUWZri r

Story and Photos By J. C. Davis, JOSH

Abbreviations i In are used to identify units and organizations
JmHStetr r* with the number of letters One such unit from Charleston TAI[
abbreviation but perhaps one of the most
S. C., has a very small Forstat
powerful tasks of any, either In military or civilian circles.In
It's shortest terms It Is called, ECD-U. For you that don'tquite )Yl
stands for Explosive Ordanance Demolit-
catch the GO
lion Unit. As for me, I caught It, but not by someone telling me or Fl:

reading it in a book.It THE REAL THINGR] I
4 began on one Wednesday morning, when I came to work expectingto Surrels and H. E TullockCD4oftheEODt2team INIt
put this paper to bed for the week Just as I came In, the chief ,
said, "How would you like to go to Switzerland" Very funny ques- ,
r tion I thought, but naturally I said yes. unarm small bombs found
the camera and was ready to go. I their
I changed clothes grabbed during clearing job at
should have guessed something was wrong when he told me to put the Navy's Switzerland

IT'S FREE-The men of EODU-2 and their help get ready on dungarees. Bombing Target. $1I

to start rolling again, as the powerful "Power Wagon" is They told me a truck was wait-
unstuck from the mud at the Switzerland Bombing target, ing and that the Switzerland I was [i,:,( Id9t; }f':, r!. 'f ", '"'J !O I
going to, was a 640-acre Naval :
during their search for live bombs. <
bombing target.
After a not so comfortable truck
ride I stepped out on to the bomb-

ing grounds. It sure wasn't like .
the Switzerland I had heard about. s tit !
I was standing in the middle ofa t
,4Y t riq 1. just south of NAS Jacksonville. In
the distance I saw three men in
Marine fatigues walking aroundin
the mud. I knew I was to take
pictures and notes on these men and
their work, but after joining them 1 I. i
and a couple of conversations later, $'
I found out that they were thereto
AI clear the target of"live" bombs
and rockets.

7a was The anything condition but of desirious the target as area far BOMBING TARGET--A viewof the Naval Switzerland

t'f as hunting for loose ammo. Mud Bombing target shows what the EOD team went through I IA

: ? I was only ankle deepInsomeareas, to clear the area of all live bombs and rockets.
but in others, the Power Wagon
T\-: being used, would sink into the her hours of searching in the that in a second could end their
muck up to the running boards. hot Florida sun and ,luck being Naval careers, not to speak of my
THEY'RE ALIVE-The EODU-2 team from Charleston, You could say it was something what it is with snakes and arma- own, short as'it may be.
S. C., examine the bomb rack that they found at the similar to the infamous tar pits dillos for company, they found After the bombs were unarmed
Swizterland Bombing loaded with small bombs of the prehistoric days. When that what they were looking for. Half and a couple of prayers later,
target, eight
over-size Dodge pick-up with hidden in the muck laid a harm- they took a break for coffee and
all loaded. They are ( L&R) Chief J. E. Surrells, H. E. four-wheel drive, the front wheel less looking bomb rack, rusted baloney sandwiches, their meal for

Tullock, CW04, and Chief P. W. Phillips. chains went down in the marshes and dented. But Inside were eight the day. Of course, everyone had
It went down to stay, until help good excuses I could give for forgotten to tell me that I would
arrived. getting the heck out of there. But be there all day and that I had to
But to these three men, H. E. there were also eight good reasons take my own lunch.
Tullock, CWO-4; Chief J. E. Sur- why these men are paid When I asked why they ate Just
relies; and Chief P. W. Phillips hazardous duty pay. The eight baloney and beans, one spoke up
it didn't make much difference small items were "bombs." Pure "Who can afford peanut butter'
whether the truck sank or not. If and simple. Fully loaded and, all "The prices are too high. But
It did they got out and coveredthe as alive as the day) they were after the meal, it was back to work.
r area on foot. loaded. started,
We had no more than got
I had good reason why a coupleof than we struck soft mud and down
the pictures didn't take, I was the big truck went once more While
Navy Exchange scared. Anyone who says he's everyone was In the process of
not afraid of a bomb is either a getting the truck out, a yeU 1: was
tC.O"tilllHd from page Il) fool or a liar. As the tedious heard, and Surrells was oft and

work began.... to unarm----n. the...- np.1r1tv- running, after an armadello. Their
the largest Navy Exchange ever missies. I couldn't help but notice job wasn't necessarily like the
to be built on non-appropriate how cool and calm these men were saying, It's all work and no play
,' funds. while they worked over something But everytime someone got close
t;? f Among the special guests on hand enough to catch the V'rment! nd
for the grand opening was Capt. Open House to get a good look at him. the
J.J. Appleby Commanding Officer seemed to have a different attitude

I of the Navy Ship's Store Office (Knutimii'd from I'etgvs liThe ) about catching him.
in Brooklyn N Y, Along with After the work was o\er 'o' the
Capt Appleby were some 150 "Open House" will startat day, I began talking w'th the 1I *-
other guests. King Hall at 12:45: p.m. where bout their work, and one t )m'
The new building expansion co\- the students and their guests are mented, "Today was easbut: .
ers some 36,000 squarefeet. Nearly to be greeted by Captain C.G Monday we get a bull-dozer ,jnd>
all the areas have been enlarged Strum, NATTC Commanding Cf- head for the bullse'c. r'; : r s
with a few new ones added ficer. AC-B School students and where the fun begins."
Some of the new additions are guests will then proceed to AC "You may be right," I thoU,'ht
gift wares, household Items, pet Schools for a tour of the facil- to myself, "but it'll be witha! me
supplies a Personal Service Cen- ities. around.

ter which handles key making, engravings Lieutenant Commander C.L
rubber stamp making and Haverty, AE-B School .
embossing.Also Officer, plans Training lli... Inl'riIIt''K"M. '.in \r".f, I II
joining the speak to the AE-B I Ii.dl'I.u'. .' w.'ilv' i"I'V I. '" I
new areas, are School students and pint) i r .
the Western Union and watrh. .. ...-.. which they will guests, after j..-i-linj: tijiim.,il) lr .'iInI-'
divide '
into six Ih. ,' '. "
pair offices. liliml. lli.- kli. .11" I'
CHAMP-Don Carter. will groups for .
BOWLING Bowling Champion. conducted
tours of II'.111,1
The the ill_ i r< h.llhilit.iii.'r! lJi"/lwt1f! / )
be on hand Monday, March 23. at the Navy Exchange another Navy service Exchange for it's has added school. I'li", I "',,'rjj-x l-r III'to .

Bowling Alley, Bldg. 3, for a bowling exhibition from 9 extended hours. Cn Fridays patrons. the for Arrangements the Navy Wives are being made il.l'.l 1\ '. ,\f i ili,Iiar''IIL'h'. 111P'II'' \ ;'', I II

a. m. until 11 a. m. Along with Don will be Florida'stop store is open until 6 p.m. and care for small children Nursery of to I i.l'ral" .II 1 KuiinililU'it Nrxi.'" Imnt'' "Cpen
Bill Allen. on Saturday, the doors close at House"
youngster in bowling. 1 p.m. ing the day's guests event.without charge dur- 0

rrnr. ..

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1 19, 1964

I Lions Club CARE GOAL-TO -- .. .. .. .. -.. .-.. .h.. .. _.. .. I

Offers Square Dance Lessons FEED 35 MILLION r; I ,' ,I It

Crew members of the USS : ... ,

Square Dancing lessons are Princeton recently found out for ,. .,,- .)1,,, .. __. "' .
ICAN "' "p""
YOUTAKE being offered to the children themselves how servicemen's
whose parents are stationed here, CARE contributions to the Fed. Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR EWS. 4724 Clyde Drive,

YOUR CAR WITH YOU? at NAS. eral Service Joint Crusade are Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication

For Financing and Insurance The lessons are being sponsered being needed utilized food for in providing much. the following Thursday, Ads arriving too Utc for this deadline .
and by the refugees. will be published the following week: unless the publisher I
stateside overseas, call Orange Park Lions Club. When the carrier visited Hong t
DYER M. BURR, representing All Children between 9 and 12 Kong in August, a score of her is Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost I
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES are invited to attend. A charge sailors and marines volunteeredto of the ad must be received \X1TH the copy for the: ad. J

FINANCE CORPORATION & of 50 cents will be charged at join members of the local Kai DO NOT SEND CASH. !

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE the door. The Orange Park Fong or Welfare Council in the RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . SI.00 I
INSURANCE COMPANY Prominaders will be on hand as distribution Crusade of 2.187 CARE Food Per additional line/ ((4 words per line). .35
5613 Timuquana Road. instructors. The lessons are packages among as j
PH. 771-0527 schduled to start April 4. at many refugee families at the vii.
lage of Sai
10 a. m. Kung Kau in the
New- Territories.. SINGER SLANT NEEDLE CON- 63 CORVAIR SPYDER 4 speed,
fcach family received a ten. SOLE MODEL R&H Clayton Revels, Phone 264-
pound bag of rice and tHree Sewing machine, ZIG ZAGS, deco- 6555
$1 THIS COUPON WORTH $1 1 items pounds of dried vegetables, both rative designs, makes button-
purchased and packaged !
holes. Has balance $6LOO
or reliable FOR SALE Fedders WindowUnit
locally by the CARE Mission\
FACE VALUE WHEN PRESENTED part of the 1963.64 Food Crusade as, party can assume $7.00 per A/C. Contact Lt. jg Parsons, ext.
which, with related month payments. Call 3531946. 696 Nas, Mon-Fri 08001630. "
WITH ANY PURCHASEOF will i help\ feed 35.000.000 programs people, Will deliver, no obligations, A-1 i
in 33 countries around the world. Sewing Machine Exchange, Inc. 3 Dr. homes $100 dn. $58 per

Most of the Food Crusade! FOR SALEWESTWOOD3 mo. & up. Call Mr. SpiersRA
$4.90 AND UPLADD'S packages!!! contain an average of bm-sgl bath, scrn 5-7470 or 359-2738 HARPER

27 pounds of dry milk flour, porch, $68 pymts, near Sax,Cecil. REALTY.
corn meal, edible oil) and other
II. S. farm commodities donated Ph. 8162 days, 771-0530 eves I
FAMILY to CARE !by our Government un No equity asked. I II

der its "Food for Peace" pro. WIVES Did you attend an Xmas I
gram. Wherever necessary, CARE 1963 FALCON SPRINT V-8, 2 Party 20 Dec. at the O'Club?
add meats. fish and other pro. door Hard top, Auto. trans. R&H, Someone took a black wool coat, 1
DISCOUNT SHOE STORE tein-rich foods to the basic! Power steer, Factory A/condi- natural mink collar, small size. I I
Maples!!! to match the specific tioned, 7,000 miles, Factory war- The coat carries a Woodward & I
need of each country. Revels Call 264-
ranty. Clayton ,
5128 BLANDING BLVD. FSJC contributions also makeit 6555. Lothrop label. I have Your
similar coat with Sablow's of Jax
$1 $1 possible for CARE to attack
AT 103RD STREET poverty hunger\ and want on MINIATURE DASHSHUND Puppies label and It's too large. Please
other fronts.!!! CARE tools! and AKC Reg. M&F, blk or red. One call EV 9-7711 ext 596.
Self-Help) equipment from plows!!! AKC chihuahua puppy. Ph 7710095.
and implements to school supplies .

and well-digging rigs, are ORTEGA HILLS FHA $16,000, Cute FURNISHED COTTAGE, elec
aiding the people of underdeveloped 4BR 2B fenced back yd. EL 6- kit, pretty big shady yd. $65 Incl
/ .II and newly emerging utlL 4158 Shirley Av. EV 7-5789
4893 J. M. Chupp, Realtor RA 5-
countries to grow; their own foods, days. EV 8-3400
to !build homes and schools, to 4002.
raise their living standards

through their own efforts and
community development.projects. Supply Indoctrination

During 17 years of operation
ROSES TOP GRAf .in cans 1.00,2.00 & 3.00 CARE has sent $569,000,000worth

AZALEA (DWARF)) j For $1.00 AND UP of American person-to- VisitorsOnce
person and people-to-people assistance Begun By
PECANS $2.50 up to the needy of some 50
PLUMS Red or Blur 2.50 overseas countries. To all of

PALMS (Ctwoa A.tralis) 3.50 to 6.50 them, CARE has symbolized the again the Naval Air Station tries.
friendship! of the American peo- Jacksonville, Is playing host to These men came to NAS Jax
DOGWOOD -4 to 8. 1.25 to $5.00 .
it has the time inspired
pie at same
; after
foreign personnel Saturday, attending a course of Instruction -
ELM In Cans 2.00 to $3.00 in them the trust and
March 14, brought with it twelve at the Navy Supply Corps
friendship! for us, as a nation,
BLUEBERRY BUSHES 1.50 foreign naval officers School Athens
which is the foundation for en representing at Georgia. They
a CAMELIA .$3.50, $4.95, $6.95, $7.95 during peace. seven of the Free World coonQVANDERBILT will remain here until April 3

f JAPANESE.. YEW. .. 90ct to 2.95 I undergoing? a functional supply In-
n n. ---- -
I doctrination. The
indoctrination is
j MAGNOLIA 2.50, $3.95, $14.95
being scheduled and co-ordinated

GRAPES Cnnoord-3 u. heave _J.50 TIRESAUTO under the direction of the Supply

VIBURNUM 4-S1.00 Officer, Captain J.D. Sullivan.
This phase of their Americantour

PYRACANTHA 97c to $2.25 is to famllarize these visitIng -
CENTERS TO SERVE YOUNOMONEYDOWN naval Supply Officers with the

ARBORVITAE _1.00 to 3.95 operations and functions of a large

CREPE MYRTLE Rod or Purple! in Can 2.95 I supply department such as the one
here at NAS.
PEACH (Florida OIUM Ti'lon. May old_ 3.95 In addition tbtheirtralnlnghere,

PERSIMMONS 2.00 & they have a schedule of tours
up $
AS LOW AS )17 PER WEEK visits and social events, which
BOXWOOD All prices L
have been arranged to give these

CITRUS TREES 3.50, in cons officers a balanced understandingof
1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE the United States society, institution -
CONFEDERATE JASMIN .69 in cans SIZE 1 l'er' 2 'hr 4 'fir and ideals.
I ILEX HOLLY 3.95 I IIfor 983 S4H1SIJOiM 113 Ill S 3532 These men and the countries they
113 1111 3332
RED LEAF MAFLE 2.95 2 1866 iMJ 111! 22(1 4)12 represent are as follows: LCdr.
160115 III 2111 5112
Finn Ariansen, Norway; LCdr.
PEATE ___ .50 bog 758 I4 12.1) 2)11 4512
14.13 21.Cl 5532 Torres Ribeiro Joao Celso, Lt.
LOQUAT TREES 4 for 3532 SiMBit 111) 12(1 1112 Raulo Borges Freire, LCdr. Israel

WILLOWS ) 111) 21(1( 1912 De Oliveira, of Brazil; Lt. Klas-
UOal5-470al5-4oo.u (50,1) til 22Cl 4332
TUIirm NYLON ILACKWAU ADO ZOO ON 11"TUHLIU TltU. Ulrich Darl and LCdr. Guenter
SYCAMORE TREES_ 2.50 All Tires Plus Tax.&.Exchang. $3.00 Add-On If Old Tir. Not CoppobU Klingberg of Germany; Lt. Fethi

REDBUD TREES 2.50 i in cans Erdogan, Turkey; Lt. G.

KUMQUAT 3.95 I Georgacopoulos, and Lt. Nicholas
S.\'t! jtid :SIMP; Y ROTATION
BANANA 3.95 I FREE MOUNTING MenoudakI of Greece; Lt. Kay
SHRUB I TUBMtEPAlK Arne Iversen and Lt. KajNormann
SPINY GREEK JUNIPER 2.50 I Thygesen of Denmark and Lt.Lulgi

LIGUSTRUM 4. 1.00 Pavolini of Italy.
1504 MM*.|IM.C 1244 fhaiM Hnrtya
ITthfrMAINIL4.90JI ., .
ft i' .:piYiiilii-. Anti tilt. fI..11i isi'. Plunl -Ao...,!.'-2051 wIl. It's false. I find

Flan c ring! anti' \ cgctahlc! Pill>' iltttu''' :'and* ,1'. f llcm* (tots "SANDY" CROSSO, 0,..'TN I.. ,... 0,.U W.Ln/n'II 1 N+l The That truth love Is Is blind.
Mr. Cupid
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is the the guide greatest at and Niagara gentlemen Falls, "This said: Civil Service--Commission MoviesMovies 11III

cataract In the

will only country.hear be silent Now the for deafening If the a moment ladies, will you To Suspend ApplicationsThe .mtrtJ.tltsJ

the roar ot
waters" United States Civil Ser ice Stone), AT-3-22 ((62)).
0 received after the A jail sentence Is seldom a waste
Commission that Applications
announces acceptance will be shown regularlyat
The \Tiran-Korran Foiimla of will be 26th will not be accepted unless of time for communists. They are
(inn !idf'! applications 7 m. on Monday through Saturday -
trliool )
pros ''' ."
further after are received by mailandbeara adept at using any every set-
suspened until notice they .
r<|iiiim| 'nt. textbooks) "dllla.r. ; at 2 p, m. and 7 p. m. on
the close of business on March post mark on or before the ting to further their cause.
sliips for dftitiitKorean children Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-
and orphan" .., l'leae ron. 26, 1964 for the position of Saw- above date. side and NATTU Theaters and at Bocause every ounce of energyIs
tribute lo the .\nwr can.Korf'an filler, AT-3.1(62)( ); Glazier, AT- For further information regarding on Sunday at the directed towards Influencing
7 m. only
these examinations, see p. others, they risk little danger of
through your Federal 3-21 ((62)); and Mason (Brick or Hospital Theater. These times are
SfT\tf,* 'hint rrncH}r announcements. being Influenced themselves. .
1II subject to change. Not long ago, for Instance, a

Thursday, March 19 leading communist made the most
of his time while serving a long
Mainside Come With Me-
Bedroom term for espionage In a British
Spectacular Delores Hart, Hugh O'Brien
JaiL He was considered "the unchallenged -
NATTC My Dog BuddyJack authority in unofficial
At A Down-To-Earth Price! London, Ken Curtis "
discussion groups In the prison.
of the Sun-Yul
6 PIECESDOUBLE $ 95 Brynner, George Kings Chakaris Under prisoners his became Influence Leftists. many

Friday, March 20 See In every environment, some
to further the cause
DRESSER -Drawer CHEST Mainside Crimson Blade-Linel opportunity
of truth. To do this, you must do
(Tilting BEVELED MIRROR 'BOOKCASE BED Jefferies, June Thorbin more than lead a self-centered
NATTC Come Fly With Me-
MATTRESS -BOX SPRINGS \ Down Delivers life. It Is difficult to Influence
Just $13.85 Delores Hart, Hugh O'Brien
anyone if you have no cause
Hospital My Dog Buddy-Jack
AS LOW AS than
London, Ken Curtis greater yourself.
7.63MO. If you fall to share the bene-

Saturday, March 21 fits of Christianity and do your
I part to sanctify the world, you
Mainside Dark At The Top Of
will lose out In one way or another.
The Stairs-Robert Preston,
f 1f Yes, It's Influence or be Influenced I
4Hf f t1L1i Dorothy McGuire
NATTC Crimson Blade-Linel
Jefferies, June Thorbin Tuesday, March 24

1L I %! Hospital Come Fly With Me- Mainside Love In A Goldfish
: Delores Hart, Hugh O'Brien Bowl-Tommy Sands, Fabian

I 4 I ti ; Sunday, March 22. NATTC Follow The Boys-Connie

Mainside Trigger Happy- Francis, Janice Paige

Maureen O'Hara, Chill Wills -TriggerHappy-Maureen
., wk'oq O'Hara, Chill WillsWednesday
ww MTTC Dark At The Top Of
N The Stairs Robert Preston. March 25
Dorothy McGuire
Mainside Geronimo Chuck
iospital Crimson Blade-Linel
Jefferies, June Thorbin Connors, Kamala Devi
NATTC Love In A Goldfish

,. .. Bowl-Tommy Sands, Fabian
Monday, March
19 ..t __ ... Mainside Follow The -FollowTheBoys-Connie.
.o a .. .: ..... Boys-
PLUS ..... :;.,; .:.4.. ... Connie Francis, Janice Paige Francis, Janice Paige
tfATTC Trigger HappyMaureenO'Hara

Chill Wills Money isn't everything.No .
LE ry MATTRESS Hospital Dark At The Top Cf matter how hard-won
The Stairs Robert Preston It's mostly pie you kiss goodbye
Dorothy McGuire And send to Washington.


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CPO Club \
I Offered/ by USAFIMadison Introductory Sociology (D495): (
is a study of the nature and func-
Doin's Wis. (AFFS) The tions of human society. The course I
March 19 Thursday, March 19 United States Armed Forces In- emphasizes the cultural heritage :
stitute (USAFI) has announcedthe and social nature of man as fac-
i p. m. 6:00 p.m. Happy Hour Thursday, March 19 availability of two courses, tors in personality developmentand
(m. 9:00 behavior in various of
p. m. one a new course in fundamentalsof types
arch Friday, March 20 Hootenanny 8:00 p. m.12:00 a.m. English and the other a re-social relationships. It replaces In.
20 vised course in college sociology. troductory Sociology (C 49:5): ).
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is a course covering the may
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kA Dance to Johnny Arnold "4"
Saturday, March 21

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},m. 9:30 p. m. One of the Largest and Most
; Monday March
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Pizza Modern in the South
Carl Boyd and Rhythm I King
March 22 8:00 p. m. 12:00 a. m. PRICES.SLASHED
s Tuesday, March 24
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Tuesday, March 24
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Wednesday, March 25
; m. 9:00 I
: p. m.
'.s Acey Duecy Club Game Night 8:00 p. m.
?,March 24
',l p. m. 6:00 p. m.
\\t;b'> nite (Germany) Thursday, March 19

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,';,'30 p. m. .- 6:00 p.m. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings UOEI
i 6:00 p. m. 9:00p.m. .
8:30 p. m. 12:30 a. m. FOR SALE
,ken. you can eat

,construction kits, many
,the',gifts of FSJC con- Marc Castle8:30p. m.12:30 a.m. cars are insured
f with than with NO DOWN PAYMENT
lf*re belping Sierra Leone I us
)|to,build the new schools Sunday, March 22 any other company.
to provide free basic edu- Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 p. m.- Find out why now!
ijfor'some 400,000 children. 12:30 a, m.Monday.
"I $12,500 TO $15,500
>'re ,than,50,000 Tibetan refu- March 23 i.E. BlandingBlvd $72 PER MO. UP .
ive found shelter, food and
\-northern. India. CARE Happy Hour 4:00: p. m. 6:00 p.m.. 389.-0338 SEE

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iSelf-Help equipment, """ Bill DONNEll
Game Night 7:30 m. 9 30
I" p. : p. m. [ ,
ade possible through MutuIIAutomobil.'nurln' ,.Company ,
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...'.-; -.._--. usa Club Blood NWC #86 Hold FRAM26The /

Thursday, March 19
't Donors Social Meeting ., Ladles Auxiliary of the
,.. .. ,.&; Homemade Goodies Night : Fleet Reserve Association, Unit

.--. Friday, March 20 Members of the Navy Wives Club 126, held their monthly meetingIn

Kiddie Party 8:00p.m.-11:00: : m... Thirty-five enlisted persons recently #86 met last Wednesday eveningat their meeting hall In Yukon
donated blood to the Naval the clubhouse on Enterprise Thursday March 12. Mrs. Louie

CAMPER Saturday, March ,21 Hospital Blood Donor Center. Avenue. Lindsey, vice president presided.It .
Favorite Donors from AEA School were: was announced that the new home
Recordings T. Biles AA Stephen G. The Master at Arms Introduced
Ralph ; for Fleet Reserve Association 126

Sleeps five.' Sets up in Jive Sunday, March 22 Eastman, AA; Stanley J. Holnackl, guests that were attending their on Blanding Boulevard Is nearing
The ladles
minute Two full six beds. St. Johns Presbyterian AA; and John S. Wendl AN. first meeting. following completion.The .
Overall erected size 16' x 6V. Donors from AEB School were> Initiated Into the organizationwere 126 Unit Is presently assisting -

AND RENTALS Monday, March 23 Richard F. Ault AE3; Hurbert C. : Mrs. William Gifford; Mrs. a needy family for their
SALES Lucas and Mrs. Z. Leslie
AE2 Charles T. Gregg
Training course for Junior volunteers Connolly, ; Fields Easter Project. Mrs. James Ransom -
JAX J CUSTOM AE2; Ivan T. Reaves, AE1; RolandR. Vernon. Welfare Chairman for the

Reeves AE2; and William E. unit told of the number of
Tuesday, March 24 This was the Social and Educa-
BOAT CANVAS Trexler, AEL tion meeting of the month with Mrs. cer pads made, clothing donatedto
COMPANY Game Night Donors from AOA School were: Terry Dahly well-known local the welfare department, and
Nell B. Ashland AA; Billie R. medicine bottles donated to the
fashion commentator and model
4588 ST. JOHNS AVE. Wednesday, March Hames AA F. Johnson
James ,
25 ; Mrs. Dahly gave the Navy Wivesan Duval Medical Center the past
At Blandin Blvd.
AA Lewis L. Meckulch AA and
Disc Jockey Show ; ; Interesting talk and demonstration month.In .
John R. Southard, AA. honor of month
scouting two
on the proper, accessories to
Donors from AOB School were: 50 star flags were donated to the
dress up their attires for all
WESTERN AUTO I Charles R. Garrison, A01; RobertA. exceptional scout of
occasions, as well as Easter holiday girl troop
Green, A01; Robert D. Gunter, Refreshments were served by girls from Pinedale School In

A02; Franklin H. Jacobs A02;; Mrs. David Pendly, Mrs. Martin Troop #527, which the ladies of

ASSOCIATE STOREI I David A. Payette A02; and Wal- Scully, Mrs. Jay Perry and Mrs.R. unit 126 sponsor, and to the boysIn
lace F. Perdue.
Shafer.A the cub scout den #218 of
I mi. north of NAS at 5541 Roosevelt Blvd.In Those donors from NAS Station boys from the exceptional class at
Venetia Village. Brig were: Charles E. Beatty FR; covered dish luncheon was held Plnedale school also, which the
Donald E. Burns, SN; James M. March 16 at 12:00: noon. The Navy men of Branch 126 Both
Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes, Garrott SA; PVT Johnny T. Wives played host to the Marine of these troops sponsor.were treatedto

Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc.. etc. Harley; Tommy Jordan AA; LeeS. Career Wives Club on this an outing at the zoo, with Mrs.

More than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM Mayfield, AR; Anthony R. occasion. Mrs. Carl Freel and her Floy Brown, the units Youth activities .

EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE Morante, SA; Joseph W. RemickSR committee decorated the tables In chairman, assisting the js j i i''
; Roderick C. Shearburn, AR; the St. Patrick motif. troop's leaders,Mrs.Edwina Kline
EV 8-3470 James P. Temple, AR; and Fred- and Mrs. William Rogers. Both
erick J. Whatley, SN. On March 21 a cocktail party troops will be given an Eas-
will be held to honor Mrs.
The Hsnry
two donors from NAS Data
ter hunt at the Pinedale School
> V* W< B-- iv M' I" mm Wernet, National Pin Chairman egg
Processing are GeraldT. Kaslnec,
by the Fleet Reserve Association
MA3 and Loretta McCabe,MA3. at which time a gift will be pre-
ROOSEVELT MALL The donor from NATTC Dispensary sented to Mrs. Wernet from the 126. Mrs.the Joseph Skapyak was a

was Percy E. Healy. members of Jax #86. After the guest at meeting. j
Mrs. .
Conly Ownby hospital
A cocktail hour the monthly social
Your will follow for the members and chairman announced over a hun
peneroti support of dred hours had been devoted
H CARWASH Radio, Free Enrqe, | has, maided their husbands. Mrs. Jack Cren- hospital activities the members to
the network to virtually double stein will be chairman of this by
for the past month. Mrs. Ownby?
its broadcasting: power hv the event assisted by Mrs. William
HOURS MONDAY thru SA TURD\/ y.9 a.m..6 p.m. addition of four new 250.000 wait Wilcox. assisted by Mrs. H. Gene Grimes
shortwa\e transmitters to RFE with the co-operation of the Red

(facilities near LMion.t present The next meeting will be held Cross Recreational workers, gav&"
OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00 till 1:30
: : RFE: broadcasts St. Patrick's '
P.M. (from 28 power April 1 at 7:30 p. m. at 716 a. Day party at the
(fill transmitter and relay Naval Hospital March
!Nation Monday 19t1
[Located in Tfr" RoosexdtUll Shaping: C'','nt'.ron P/J' may contact Mrs. Z. L.
\. with prizes for the patients?
Vernon, membership chairman given
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY for information on becoming a, Punch and cakes were baked by
Mrs. Arthur Grubbs and
member of ;
$ Navy Wives Club or
AUTO WAX APPLIED phone EV 41922. Conley Cantrell.
FREE The Fleet
WITH CAR WASH 126 housing committee held a'

NAVAL TAILORS FOR steak fry at the meeting hall on

Saturday night March 14. All pro- .
THREE GENERATIONS ceeds will be going towards the

1 WHY PAY MORE? new home of the Fleet Reserve *
Association 126. !i
l! r' UNIFORMS The ladies auxiliary unltcontrl- *
buted to the pilgrimage to the
tomb of the unknown soldier.It .
PAY THAT COUNTS .! has been announced that Con-

AND' AT gressman Bennett will be the

WESTSIDE speaker at the Joint meeting of the
branch and unit 126 at the Fleet
e t R
ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND Reserve meeting Hall on Friday

/a.i' I8 zA; March 27. A social hour followedthe

OLDSMOBILE business meeting, with Mrs.
William \Washahskl, who Is refreshment -
SERVING/ ( chairmanVP7 .
Green Cove Springs Florida 'illH SOUTHWEST c '
I vJcr OUVAL 1
II j JACKSONVILLE: PHONE: G. C. s. PHONE: &( CONVENIENT Enlisted wi\es Club of
;V7 MODERN NO DEPOSIT VP-7, held their first coffee at
1 264.9600 264.9580 */ COMMERCIAL/ 6 Months
to PAY the
Jl BANKING/ Bluejackets Inn, Tuesday,

I II' PRESSING & FAST LAUNDRY With weather being warm, the

-' M--'Ou. S..,. I Jo a..'o0 rrr. ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS attendence was good as everyone
} Complete, Modern Service Dept. .h. 1 7p .r.1 rr.uO.v.. TAILOR-MADE BLUES S35.00 BuPers enjoyed a talk by Chief Peters,
Leadership Team.

This will be a regular monthly>
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! tiI event, with door prizes presentedat

each meeting. Dorothy Mahan.
W. H. FERGUSON, Mgr. won the prize for the first meeting.
The meetings will be held the
RESIDENCE: PHONE: KV 9-0769 J 2. second of
I Tuesday eermonth at
IOULIUIO 71-0101 1 the Bluejackets Inn at' 10
J. W. Williams Walter LucasRES For further information a.concerning m.-

PHONE 284.3119 RES FHONE 284.9633 NEXT TO NAS JAX the coffees, contact Maxine
Member of FDIC ,uilerich
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Naval Academy To Play .'y*PNEWOFFICERS &enird.Aetled k

seball & Tennis at HAS a JUDO etsItiikitI1 .

I United States Naval A cademy Alleghany Airlines about 10 p.m. i P

Jarrlve here at NAS Jax, toJo The baseball squad will play the Na\y\ JIiI BIb
their Jacksonville
start Spring sportsng University team on
during which time they Friday, March 20, here on Mason beginners on Monday and Wednes
ompete against the Univer- Field at NAS. at 3:00 p.m. day nights at 6:30: p.m. Tuesday
if r Florida, Florida State Uni- The 21st of March they travel to night the senior men hold contest
Jty, and the Jax Navy base- Waycross, Ga. to play a confer- The Jax Navy Judo Club held workouts. On Saturday boy's classes -
land tennis teams ence game against Austin, Texas. it's annual election of officers on are held at 10 a.m., followedby
lie squads,made up of 26 base- Sunday, March 22, the Academy t Wednesday, March 1L Elected to women's classes at 12 noon.
players, 12 tennis players, 3 team will again play here on Ma- hold office were D. L. Stewart,
lagers, 4 coaches, one enlisteder son Field as they go against Brown Belt, Club Instructor, On Saturday, March 28, theboy's
and two officer represenes Amherst College at 1:00 p.m. President; ClydeHarp,Green Belt, and men's team will participate
[ will arrive chartered On March Vice President;J. BairdGreen in held
by Friday 20, the tennis a city tournament
team will travel to Gainesville to Secretary and M. 0. Dris- by the Riverside YMCA Mr. Har-
play the University of Florida. coll, White Belt, Sgt. at Arms. vey Agee, 2nd Degree Black Belt,
iframura/' / Also on the 20th they will go against FOR THE This tion for was the the Judo third Club.annual elec a retired Marine who teaches Judoat
Boone Park the "Y", plans to have a
at Boone Park, Jack- city
JAX NAVY Judo club The Judo Club, located in
arc; Bldg.
for Judoka In this
son\ille. Saturday, March 21, the tournament area
asketballHandings Academy will play Florida StateU. (L to R) Front row, Clyde 726, has a full range of activ- once a month.BUY.

., here at NAS at 9:00 a.m., Harp, Vice President; D. L ities starting with Instruction for

and then again play Boone Parkat Stewart, President; Back WE

2:00 p.m.Monday rowLtoRM. Driscoll, ftJ'iiTHE81GGEGfl i
at 3:00 p.m., they will
depart for the Naval Academy Sgt. at Arms;and J.L. Baird, fiGH & SELL !
he final league standings for by the same chartered Alleghany Secretary. (Navy Photo by
Iramural Basketball are: ARE CAlJ6-H-r 13) I
Airlines. Harold Benson, AA)
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(CornCff ComFalrJax f1}. s l 1-10 1-10 In Basketball PlayoffsGetting 284 So. Edgewood Jax, Fla.

1 Blk South of Cosset
American League
underway In the playoff and Charles Dannenfelser with 12
>,//C Mamt. 9-0 games of Intramural Basketballthis points. Tabulating in the second
VP-5 7-2 past week, FICEUR won (it's game between FICEUR-A/C PROSPECTOR"SUSPECT
679h: 7-3 first two games by stopping Air Maintenance were Charles Austin r
Hospital 6-4 Force 679th, 48-38, and the undefeated and Harold Hahn with 19 and 10
Supply 5-4 A/C Maintenance squad points, respectively, and for the f Do you want to "sell" your pro-
VU45 4-5 46-36. A/C Maintenance cagers ir was perty, or do you want to conduct
I,-35 3-6 In the FICEUR-AF 679th game Calvin Nicholson with 18 points. guided tours through your home?
weapons 3-6 the leading scorers were Earl The remaining games of the JAMES 1 MEAD INC. If It's the latter, you handle Itl!
3isp. 2-7 Lunsford of R79th with 13 points, week saw A/C Maintnance squeeze REALTOR But if you really want it sold
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Scoring In the A/C Maintenance opportunity to talk this over
VP-18 Maintenance VP-18 game with
What events included in you.
1. are
:elkel the modern pentathlon? were Albert Johnson of A/C with
Top 11 points and John Yow and William
2. Only two teams defeated national
collegiate basketball cham- Rhodes of VP-18 with 12 and 11
M ScoringThe pion Loyola of Chicago last sea points, respectively.Three IMPOSSIBLE"YOU
son. Who were they men on the Air Force
leading scorers In the In- 3. Who was the last fighter to team tabulated in their win over
ramural Basketball leagues this hold during welterand his career middleweighttitles ? VP-18 as J. D. Home and William BETTER BELIEVE IT!!
ast season were Fred Klomann Scruggs each put in 15 points
'Hospital r and Summers Felkel 4. One American in earnedrunaverage League pitcherled and Larry Davis dumped in 11
'r F'AETU. his league points. John Yow of VP-18 swished
for nine different seasons.
Fred 1 Klomann swished in 232 Who was he? the nets with 24 counters to take I .... I
oints in nine the scoring honors for his team._ t.. ff. '.I!"':;";,> "lf$ .
games to lead the (Answers to Quiz) .,.. .' .... ,. .1"''1 I
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"America's Fun Sport must attend this meeting to organ
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r posting Rookies 3, Air Frames 4m
y 1
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Results of last weeks action: FICEUR #3 4, Baymen 0 Suns up
Thunderheads 3, Marines 1 Roster. Most of the names as Good as the Best For 33 Years f
AMERICAN LEAGUElad are new to the Suns with such
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Foxes 4, Riggers 0 Phantoms 3, Rejects 1 mende, and Tom Hllgendorf
jlcons 4, Seabees 0 AF679th 3, NARTU #2 1 rookies who will be striving to
aj>les 4, Needlers 0 Bombers 3, Play Boys 1 make the AAA Club during Spring
omFalrJax "B" 3, Marlins 1 which
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ursors 3 1/2 Cannon Cockers at Homestead, Fla.
'2 The Cardinals have establisheda W
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ky Warriors 4, Cutters 0 having first division clubs In
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izzon's 3, NARTU # 1 1 ressive of the Card-
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Following the"First Five Days" I
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Walt Zaborniak,
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These foursoftball, bowling, Bob Preston Cowan, Cannon Cockers, 617 SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT() MISSILE@J
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Gusty Winds Halt Jax On their first day's fishing with .
the help of CARE-supplied out- 1
I board motors, nylon nets and other
gear, fishermen of the Panamanian

Navy Sailing Club's Meet more villages than of tripled Higo and their El best Faralion pre- CARS

vious catch. CARE contributions
It's one of the wishes of every 'Yachtsman to have a nice flowingast under the FSJC program helped IN
wind on the day of a Regatta, but 1 Sunday's Regatta held here at provide some of the new equipment ,
I NAS Club had more than its share, The Jax Navy Sailing Club was .
the host of the Trt-Club Regatta here on a very windy and gusty
_. _
afternoon. IIIIiIIr: 'u 't r ,,:rllT'.l 4.0
The first race of the after- "9sw
noon got underway as seven sailIng a
craft took to the waters, adjacent -
to the club oh Black Point CONDITIONAT
(Bldg. 84)) and started around the
course. Within minutes the winds
increased In Intensity (as high as
50 knots) and storm condition One
was set. Due to the swells and
gusty winds numerous boats were
swamped and at the end of the
first race only two boats had
finished the race. A
The Rescue boat from Opera-
tions Boat House spent a busy afternoon o b
helping the drenched skip-
pers get their craft "uprighted"
and towed back to the Sailing
Club's pier. All boating was secured o
after the first race and the ;

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Church's the This decision coincided with 62 FORD GAL AX I IE . $1395
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