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VOL. 22 NO. 37, U. S. NAVAL AIR CO
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- Jackson Named Admiral Says Disaccrediation wI I tcQL .

October's BestServiceman .

E Hurt Navy Dependents MostMuch 0

James D. Jackson AT!. has has been said about the dlsaccredltatlon of Duval County
been selected as the Naval Air High Schools In the past sevetal days after It was learned that dls
!11 Station's Serviceman of the Month accreditation Is very probable at the end of this month. In a taped
for October. television Interview, Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Commander
Jackson Is assigned as super- Fleet Air Jacksonville, stated the Navy's position. This Is his state-
visor of the NAS Jacksonville Remote ment.
Receiver Site. He has excellent ..
was most disappointed to
communications record of
learn of' the loss accreditation ward the acquisition of higher
the Fleet units Air Operations,
WILLIAM JOHNSON, cutive in the Jocktonville: Chamber of Commerce RATCC and Operations Radio by Duval County high schools. education. This action will createa

receives a gift from Capt. Mackroth, NAS CO. Mr. Johnsonwas which have experienced less than I know that the parents of students definite morale problem 'fora

cited in ceremonies held last Thursday atpenonnel inspection. one hour of circuit downtime in these schools are most large number of men assigned (
during the past three months. concerned as are all respon- to duty in the Jacksonville area. .'

Jackson received little or no sible citizens of Duval County. They may be forced to con

William Johnson Receives Honor; direct supervision and only on I share this concern, for Hie'foundation sider leaving their wives and I"
the more complex construction of. our national life is the children in other duty areas
problems has engineering assis- of. school rather than theirchild-
provision an adequate bringing
Capt Mackroth Gets AwardCeremonies been .
Safety tance provided.His
system and education 'for our ren into nonaccredited schools.
ability to react Imme-
children. The effect of' this upon(he'future
In honor of Mr. William Johnson, Executive vice- diately to emergencies and his
The loss of. high school accreditation development of the Naval installations
in the
president and General Manager of the Jacksonville Area Chamberof leadership ability preparation -
and training of his personnelhave will work a greater in the area can only
Commerce, were held last Thursday during personnel inspection.Mr. .
Johnson was to have been honored guest at the Open House directly contributed to the hardship on Navy personnel be determined by higher authority
ceremonies which was cancelled due to Inclement weather.In outstanding availability of the than on other county residents.Our in Washington. It could
his introductory message: complex Receiver Site. Navy children who study in have a negative effect upon
Rear Admiral RobertGoldthwlte. I point to a continuation and expan- Jackson Is capable of convey- Duval County high schools and their development and thereby /
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- sion of Naval activities in this ing his Ideas to his supervisorsin are then transferred to another on the economic growth of. this f,
ville, introduces Mr. Johnson as area. an outstanding manner thus I(
This Is quite Nowhere ,,section of the country with their community.
fitting. the of all
generating respect
the man most responsible for the 4
face the loss of I view this situation most
Said else In the world has our Navy associated with him. He Is parents may as
Jacksonville Navy Complex. secured such fine facilities per excellent athlete credit or even the repetition of serious and one which calls for
an ,participating
Admiral .Goldthwaite "It is
fining that he should be, honoredat dollar cost as at Jacksonville. as a leader In all forms of Intramural the work itself. prompt action by off concerned I
a personnel inspection. He There is no better area for the and varsity sports.He This of' course is conducive action that I trust will have I

has done so much for Navy per- combined training of ships and is married and he and his to the maintenance of' a proper the undivided support of all Du-
sonnel." aircraft and surely there is no wife Jeri reside with their one attitude in a young person to val County citizens:
Mr. Johnson was Instrumentalin community which appreciatesthe son here Jacksonville.{
Navy more than Jacksonvilledoes. .
initially moving the Navy to ."
Jacksonville and has done muchto
maintain and expand the Mr. Johnson plans to retire Gen Elwood Inspects Reserve
soon from his Chamber of Com-
original facilities. In his words
"Today the Jacksonville Naval merce In other position.ceremonies Adm. Squadrons Here; Commends Major
is looked
Complex upon with deep
appreciation by all Navy officials John R. Mackroth with a Captain Secre- Brigadier General Hugh M. Elwood Commanding General of the
who have any conception of its tary of the Navy award for Marine Air Reserve paid an official visit to the Florida Marine Air
capabilities. The construction of achievement In Safety. Secre- Reserve squadrons here at NAS Jacksonville, Nov. 6 and 7.
our new Naval hospital, additional The
general presented a
of the
tary Navy Paul H. NItze
Improvements at NAS Jax, Cecil Letter of Commendation of Major Ing Into a roughly plowed field
Field and Mayport all combine (Continued on Page 8)) Martin 1.. Clifford, a pilot with filled with tree stumps prevented

Marine Air Reserve Helicopter serious Injury to the personnel
Acceptance Of Scholarship Aid squadron. HMM765 for his actions aboard and damage to the air-

in connection with a recent craft. This performance should .

OK For Naval PersonnelA engine failure while flying a SH- serve as an Inspiration and
34J helicopter on June 27, 1964. source of confidence to the per-
new Instruction Issued by the Secretary of the Navy provides Major Clifford brought his sonnel your squadron."

Information concerning the acceptance of fellowships, scholarships, crippled helicopter In for a safe
or grants for scientific, literary, and educational purposes by Navy .' landing after the engine had quitIn (Continued on Page 7))
and Marine Corps personnel. The instruction permits any memberof James D. Jackson field studded with tree stumps
the naval service on active duty, midshipman or NROTC studentto and debris without damage, sav-
accept deserved honors and also relieves the government of some ing thousands of dollars and saving -
training expenses. All personnel who have won scholarship or Injury to his crew. The letter
grant aid and were authorized to vie for such aid by the Chief of Mrs. Hoover Interred was presented at 8:15 A.M. Nov
Naval Personnel or Commandant of the Marine Corps are eligiblefor 7. It reads: "It is with a great
consideration. Near Husband in IowaWest sense of personal satisfaction

Education, training, or research must have at )least junior standing that I commend you for your
must satisfy the require- at an accredited college or Branch Iowa (AFPS) -- outstanding performance of dutyon
ments of the armed forces, and university. Successful candidates The body of Mrs.Herbert Hoover June 27, 1964 when you experienced -
contribute toward recognized will be ordered to the has been burled here beside her an engine failure while
potential for a career service. university or activity where the husband, the 31st President of flying a SH-34J. The highly professional {
Fields of study must not onlybe study is to be undertaken and the United States.At competence you dis-
compatible with advance will retain active duty status the Hoover family's request, played when faced with an emer-
educational needs o; the service during the tenure of study. In details of the transfer of Mrs. gency situation, your alertness, ys
but also with the individual's accepting the scholarship or Hoover's body from Stanford, presence of mind and outstanding ,
career panern. In the case of grant, the amount may not exceed Calif., where she was buried In airmanship are highly com- V,
officer personnel the course of the cost to the governmentof 1944, to its final resting place mendable.The l:
study must comply with the sending personnel to the same overlooking her husband's birth- superior skill you demon-
officer's code designator. Ap- school. place, were not announced until strated In handling this engine
plicants for post graduate study (Continued on Page 7)) the reburial was completed. failure, and the, successful land- Brig. Gen. Hugh M. ElwoodWj

NOVEMBER 12,1964

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.:''' ;''.f ",\ ". Robert Witt
/' "' '. ': TO IZULE U5.
; \ .. SUNDAY
v 'k Cathedral in Lubeck reads
An Inscription In the ,Germany, :
11 .', .. ., f... 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy "Thus speaketh our Lord Christ to us:
(I 'i'I' Master and obey me not;
Communion You call me ,
tr. .. ,.',.:i,.):;r rl ::;:;:,.):. 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine You call me Light, and see me not;
".'"" ..... ,.,''' ., ..'",. Worship You call me Way, and walk me not;
: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for You call me Life and desire me not;

.' '. :" ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 You call me Wise, and follow me not;
,, 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine' You call me Fair, and love me not;
Worship You call me Rich and ask me not;

.. .15UTTO 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship You call me Eternal and seek me not;
You call me Gracious, and trust me not;
t ;> 12rrf1 X\h US WEDNESDAY You call me Noble, and serve me not;
\I. I9 VL5i I 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal You call me Mighty, and honor me not;
You call me Just and fear me not;
Editorial 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal If I condemn you blame me not."
Faith in God certainly requires more than mere lip-service. Faith
Constitution Made GovernmentThe 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion begets action a personal commitment to a cause the cause of

Also on all Holy Days Christ. It was Christ Himself Who said "Not everyone who saysto
Servant Not the MasterOur Catholic Services at St. Ed- me, 'Lord, Lord' shall enter Into the Kingdom of Heaven but
ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval he that does the will of my Father in Heaven."

government, set up under a definitive yet flexible Constitution Hospital

Is designed primarily to serve us, not rule us. SUNDAY MASS Laymen's Sunday "UP PERISCOPE"To
The roots of this concept go back to the intolerable conditions
encountered by the American colonists as subjects to the King of 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
England. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Slated At J'ft Be FeaturedOn

These were the patriots who proclaimed in the Declaration of Edward's Chapel

Independence, the self-evident truths that "all men are created equal DAILY MASS Prot Late Show"Up
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable ChapelThe

rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel "
Naval Air Station Jack- Periscope an action-
happiness .
MONDAY & TUESDAY Protestant Service at feature
- w sonville, packed starring
They weren't against government as such. Their dedication to
the freedom and dignity of man was blended with the political wisdom 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC 0930, Sunday, 15 November 1964, James Garner and Edmund
that said: will be conducted by laymen representing O'Brien will be seen on
FRIDAY four major denominations "The Late Show" Saturday, No-
. to secure these rights, governments are Instituted among
of the Protestant Churches vember 14, at 11:30 on WJXT,
men 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospital ,
And here they inserted the bone the muscle the blood the breathof in America. ) Television 4 In Jacksonville.The .
SATURDAY The occasion Is the annual Lay- show follows a mission of
life, Into the} concept of the government they envisioned that would
men's Sunday, a day when this the U.S.S Barracuda submarineas
thereafter give hope to freedom-longing people everywhere: 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
"....governments" they wrote In measured words, "deriving their chapel recognizes its laymen and it encounters and battles a
they in turn prepare and conductthe variety: of Japanese ships.
just powers from the consent of the governed .
The Founding Fathers built upon this foundation our constitutional 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before congregational service of Garner portrays Lt. (j.g.) Ken
worship Braden an underwater demoli-
the Masses
government designed to serve people.
Under it, Americans have the right to the services of governmentas Catechism Classes:Grade School Lt. Colonel L. S. Stephenson, tion expert assigned to land on
a protector and referee. Head of Naval Operations at the the tiny Island of Kusat and obtain -

But we retain the freedom from arbitrary government regulationand SATURDAY Fleet Intelligence Center, Eu- vital code breakdowns.
control. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities rope, of NAS will be the Wor- Many dramatic conflicts both

These are among the basic rights which the Freedoms Foundationat building 722 ship Leader and Third Speaker of active and personal take place
Valley Forge has inscribed on the Credo of the American Wayof the hour. The Responsive Read- before the submarine returns to
Life. ing will be led by Leslie S. Pearl Harbor with mission ac-

Over the years countless laws have sprouted out of the main trunk Wallace AN, of NATTC; and complished.Other .
and limbs of our constitutional government.Some Daniel H, Young A A, will read stars in"UpPeriscope"are
have served their purpose and been lopped off. Others the morning scripture. The Andra Martin Alan Hale
have lingered beyond their days of usefulness and withered. Some ViolationsThe morning prayer will be offeredby Carleton Carpenter George

may be considered necessary, but burdensome. Others, worthless: Captain R. J. Franklin USAF, Crise and Frank Gifford.
perhaps unwise.It of the 679th Radar Squadron. Also
Is part of the genius of the Founding Fathers that they could following is a report of participating as speakers on the Are You An "If
design an Instrument in the Constitution to accommodate the changingrole motor vehicle accidents and Theme, "Able To Stand" are
we demand of our servant the government.This traffic violations for the periodjt LCdr. R. w Smith USN Train- Only Driver"?
is part of its strength and its durability. November 1 throughNovember7. Ing Officer, AO "B" School

...And underneath It all, let none forget still is the voice the NATTC; and Ltjg( ) F, West USN, One of the disturbing things
will, the grip on the reins of "We the people of the United States .." Number of Accidents of VP-35. about accidents is that they are
It is we who grant legislative powers to Congress.It This annual participation of our not caused law
only by, major
This Week November 1 through for this
is who executive in laymen Laymen's Day '
we vest powers a presidentIt violations and irresponsible -
is we who clothe our courts with judicial powers. November 7. . . 9 Service Is symbolic of the by reckless but canbe
And lest these three arms of our government overreach their Total Accidents this year through effective cooperation of repre- drivers they harmlessacts
functions as servants of the people let us remember that legislatorsand November 7 . . 207 sentatives of diverse back- by seemingly
executives are subject to the ballot box or the machinery of Number of Accidents through November grounds and different denomina- of ordinarily responsible there is
Impeachment that behavior." 1963 248 tions In making effective our drivers. Unfortunately
: judges serve on "good that
no difference in the tragedy
We may be benign even indulgent masters. But let us not be sub- Total Number of days since last military chapel program.
can result.
- missive, for Americans are, and were intended to be, the mastersof Injury In motor vehicle You are cordially invited to this
their political and economic fates under a government that serves accident . . 90 worship service next Sunday at Consider for example the
not rules." 0930 in the All Saints' Protestant thousands of accidents that could

Number of Violations ChapeL have been avoided
This Week . . 49 IF ONLY the driver -
NEWS Speeding . . 10 Civilians May hadn't followed the car
AX .AIFt: Reckless Driving ? 2 ahead too closely;
Going Through Stop Sign 2 Purchase Turkey hadn't tried to eat while,

Other Violations . 35 driving; ,
Twenty-eight drivers appeared Dinners HereThe hadn't tried to drink that.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic Hearing Boardat can of beer while driving;;,
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station the meeting held on November Civilian! employees Recreation 1 hadn't put off replacing
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a 9. DIspostlon of the cases Include and Welfare Association worn out tires;
private firm. All) Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the following: eight lost and the Civilian employees: hadn't tried to light that,
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information" Office driving and parking privileges a- Food Services Board have elected cigarette;
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before board station for various periods; to subsidize a low cost turkey hadn't Insisted on having
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-- five were assigned to complete an dinner for civilian employees the right-of-way;
Telephone EV.9-7711. Ext. dl62.# eight hour course (In remedial during the period 23 through 25 hadn't "cheated" tIle speed
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries driving instructions at the Jax November 1964. Civilian employees ;- laws to make up time.!
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
Police Academy;eight were given may purchase tickets for
T Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida---- suspended penalties; six were tIns meal for the sum of 25tf. And so on. There are literally
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. The balance thousands of"little" actions-or,
of :
given warnings; four were dismissed the cost will !be
; and seven were referrer" sponsored by the employee more properly reasons that
VOL. 22 NO. 37 NOVEMBER 12 1964 to commanding officers fo: organizations mentioned above. seem little to motorists that

possible disciplinary action.( (Continued contribute to accidents. You can
On Page 7)) probably make up your own list.PAGE .

NOVEMBER 12, 1964,



CDR. T. E. Stevenson Named Boss .. Enter The 10th 1 '
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Of Year From His Secretary's Letter All-Navy Comic '

It Isn't very often that secre- test began 12
years ago.
taries have the opportunity to In her j
letter Mrs. Varenholt ::1j
present a written evaluation of praised Cdr Stevenson for ".... Cartoon ContestIf t
their boss, but the Jacksonville :
unequaled integrity pleas ant disposition '>>t"'
Chapter of National Secretaries tact, confidence in himself ;
have artistic and
Association offers the chance and his you ability
employees, -
once a year, at Its annual "Boss especially enjoy drawing car-
firmness and
fairness. He
toons, why don't you enter the
Night Is who believes InGod
one family /
NSA held their 12th annual and "Tenth All-Navy Comic Cartoon
"Boss Nlghe recently, and the Cdr country Contest"? If your cartoon should kL1Lryryry
Stevenson a 22-year Navy
be one .of the five first place
high esteem which one NAS secretary veteran and his wife Lois, reside yyy's
winners, you're not only eligible
held for her boss netted with
thelrthreechildrenpam,17, for an award but the winning
him the title of "Doss of the
Tommy, 6, and Debbie 2 at 3532 cartoons will be published In All
Year. Ponce De Leon.
Cdr. T. E.Stevenson,Navy Exchange Hands magazine.
Officer, was named the All cartoons must have a Navy t
Dddyl! theme or background, be In good
winner of this year's award as a
result of the recommendationgiven I trittl drib t'-in (unking. taste, and suitable for generaluse.
Entries be In black
him by Mrs. Mildred It Mire \vu<, u loner; THIS IS THE SECOND WEEK for the new contett pidvr. Think up
Inch white
Ink on 8 1/2 X 10 1/2
Varenholt, his secretary. ThisIs My car !stayed behind 'causeIt paper or Illustrated board. The a funny caption and mail it to Editor, Jax Air News, Bldg. 1,
the first time a military man found ittrue. owner.
Information be NAS Jax.
has won the award since the con -FHED \V NORMAN. following must
attached to each entry: name;
rate; service number; duty
station; name of hometown and
hometown newspaper; command
recreation fund administrator;
and a statement certifying the
1 Ice{ S originality of the cartoon.
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11:00 A.M. WORSHIP!!
in Jacksonville

BOSS OF THE YEAR Cdr. T. E. Stevenion, Navy Exchange Of.ficer CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5079 LAURA ST. at ORANGE
and his secretary, Mrs. Mildred Varenholt. MINISTER PHONE SP 1.2646

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New Soviet Leaders Rose, By 1948, Mr. Kosygin was a full
member of
the Politburo
: }>. '.: (today cal.
:,: led Presidium) and at 44 Was
'\ Under Khrushchev Regime "baby" of the group! the

Up to this point, Mr. Kosyginhad
{ 6r Washington (AFPS) Lcorfd Llylch Brezhnev st Party been known as a protege 6f r An.
respectively the First Secrdary of the Soviet Commul natural drei A. Zhdanov, head of the Lenta
officials as
and the Sovld Premier, areconslderedbysomeWcstern grad Group. Upon Mr. Zhdanov1
success ors tn IU the new ,mists.- death Stalin moved to liquidate the
Both 3 were on the outer fringe of group and Mr. Kosygin was thesole
Communist party leadership duringthe called anti party group, he was survivor.
last years of Premier Stalin's re named a full member of the Communist -
gime, survived demotions after Pre- Party Presidium. In May During the political shake-up following -
mier Stalin's death and rose to high 1960 he became chairman of the Stalin's death, he was removed
positions in the party and govern- Presidium of the Supreme Soviet. from the Presidium alto-
ment during Nikita Khrushchev's Since June 1963, he has served as gether.
administration secretary of the Communist Party
Their close association with th a former Central Committee. In 1957 he was renamed to the

Red leader is pointed up by the Alek sei Kosygin joined the Presidium in candidate status andin
Premier 1960 became of
one two First
when Mr.
fact that, on occasions in 1927. He was
Communist Party Chairmen of the
Council of
absent from the
Khrushchev was Leningrad.In .
RADM. ROBERT GOLOTHWAITE (l left), COMFAIRJAX. presents the Kremlin, one or the other and sometimes active in party Premier affairs Stalin in ordered him Ministers (first deputy premier). He
stood then with Anastas
I I.
CNO Aviation Safety Award to Cdr. Thomas W. Hupp (third from both of them were appointedto Moscow and made him commissar Mikoyan,
to below Mr. Khrushchev
just in
(left). CO. of NARTU Jax VR-741. Cdr. Robert G. Frost (second from manage things while he was gone. of all consumer industries and Soviet government structure. the
Brezhnev sewed
as a
left). C.O. of VP-741, and Cdr. Philip W. Smith (right), CO. of political Secretary commissar during World vice premier of the Council of

VS-743, both having received Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training War 11 By 1943 he had risen to the People's Commissars. *

Aviation Safety Citations look on during ceremonies October 6.VR741 rank of majo r general 2
won the award for maintaining the most accident free flying After the war, Mr. Brezhnev con-
time. Cdr. Hupp as a civilian is the vice-president of Florida Buildings tinued to rise rapidly in the party. ATTENTIONall
Inc. and lives in Orlando. (Official Navy Photo) When Stalin died in 1953, he was
named deputy chief of the armed for
ces' political administration Navy
Between 1954 and 1956, Mr.
Brezhnev formed a close relation-
ship with Premier Khrushchev while
supervising the development of the
huge Virgin Lands farm area of Kazakhstan -
'.. .iir: qv In 1956, he returned to

L .._t Moscow and the party secretaryship. :
In 1957, after the ouster of the so- V

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12 AND

CAPT. C. W. POTMAN, JR., NARTU Jax C.O., receives the keys to RIVERSIDE

the 1965 Fly Navy Chrysler from Peter Kirill (right), President of

the Florida Navy League Council, and RAdm.J.P. Ingle, Jr., USNR, CHEVROLET
(Ret.), President of the Jacksonville Council of' the Navy League.
The car is used by the unit's Officer Procurement Team in their CEDAR HILLS

quest for future Naval Aviators during their visits to colleges and
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$4dl NOVEMBER, 1964 i:

d The Hidden Sounds Of Music i II

I. t
When you (put your favorite years ago just about the time AMPLIFIER & PREAMPLIFIER I
1'I' stereophonic record on a port when stereophonic records were these are two components
s : If able player or combination radio- being perfected engineers which enlarge the electrical I
TV-phonograph do you hear really began to break this sound impulses received from the cartridge ,
U uI1&e? every sound? Any musician will barrier. They created what we until they are strong I
tell you that you don't. now call the "high fidelity stereo enough to be turned into music
Modern stereo recordings cap- component system." (Actually, In the loudspeakers. I
LIll tir i ture a musical performance with development of the component LOUDSPEAKER a unit which

remarkable accuracy: that's why system began just after World receives the "amplified" electrical ,
they have earned the description War ILl Taking each element Impulses from the amplifier
k "high fidelity." They pick needed to reproduce sound from and turns them into sound
up the lowest thump of a bass discs, engineers designed each vibrations, or music. There are
-.II-1 I drum or the highest tootle of a one for Its best performance, then two types of loudspeaker:

-- \ I1p1 piccolo. Where, then, does your hooked the components together.The TWEETER a speaker built to
11 console fail, when it has such fine sound you get from one of reproduce the high, brilliant
&L sound to work with? these systems Is the full measure sounds;
To begin with,sound Is series of what Is on your records WOOFER a speaker built to
of shock waves produced In the a delight to every dlscophlle. transmit the low pitched sounds.
air, similar to the ripples To the unltiated a hi fl component STEREOPHONIC SOUND a
created when you drop a pebblein system seems a formidable technique of recording and play-
water. These sound waves mystery. Actually, It Is not Ing back music In two channels,
%** are measured as "cycles," and difficult to understand, If you or "ears." The effect Is much
SAVAGE BEAST No, obviously not. But odds are that the music the number of cycles produced In know a few terms like these: like being surrounded by music,
emanating from stereo components will soothe her. one second determines the TURNTABLE a unit contain- like hearing a live performancein
"pitch" -highness or lownessof ing a motor and a rotating platter a concert hal].
1 I the sound. Humans hear sounds on which the record sits.
from about 16 to 20,000 cyclesper TONE ARM a bar attachedto
Japanese Air Force Marks First Decade there's
second (cps). This varies the turntable at one end; the So. no need to turn pale
other end when a friend suggests that you ,
from to and provides a housing for
person person any-
Tokyo (AKPS) -- The Japan came operational Oct. 1 this one who can hear all of this sound the cartridge. take up the hi fi hobby. All you
Air Self Defense Force (JASDF), year can qualify as a bird dog I How- CARTRIDGE unit containing need is this basic information
Japan's postwar air force, officially The JASDF mission is air'de- ever, your phono console or record a stylus or needle which fits And components and good taste. ,,1 ..
marked its 10th anniversary fense. The prime operational player only reproduces Into the record groove and picksup fortunately, demand for t
Nov. 3.E'stablished. element Is its Air Defense Command sound In the range of about 1,000to the signals engraved on the quality playback equipment has i
headquarters adjacent 10,000 cps. The remaining walls of the groove. These sig- become so great that prices have
in 1954, the JASDF to those of the U. S. Fifth Air sound on your records (below nals are picked up by the stylusas come down to a level that Is
has grown from an initial strengthof Force at Fuchu Air Station, 14 1,000 and above 10,000 cps) is vibrations, which are trans- reasonable for most music I
6,000 officers, airmen and miles from downtown Tokyo. lost "the hidden sounds of ferred to other elements In the lovers. You can now buy, for
civilians to a45,000-man force The three JASDF air defense music." cartridge and changed Into example, a good preamplifier or
equipped with more than 1,000 sectors are aligned with those of The problem, then Is to find electrical Impulses. These Impulses amplifier first-class for as low as $60;
aircraft. Its latest fighter squadron the U. S. Air Force and the equipment that will reproduce all travel through wires In the $55. speakers start around
flying the Japanese-built JASDF aircraft fly In the same of the sound that was so pain- tone arm to the amplifier or
F-104J Star fighter.i be- air defense system. stakingly recorded. About five preamplifier.

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F A Navy Wives Services 'Gobble'W "TAKE FIVE"AT

JI Million Birds .4

Club #86The Washington (AFPS) -- Plentyof ED & JOHN'S
3I turkey is being eaten by service I
members of Navy Wives personnel this year, with the bulkto AMERICAN i.
Club Jax #86, held a meetinglast be con.sumeddurlng the coming SERVICE STATION
Wednesday evening at their holidays.As CORNER ROOSEVELTAND I'
clubhouse, aboard the Naval Sta a matter of fact, "Young SAN JUAN
: Toms" weighing between 16 and
: tion.Mrs PHONE 384-4185
t _* t Wilbert Wagner, club 24 pounds are bought by the Defense -
President Informed the Subsistence Center Take 5 minutes for a
members Supply ,
b : of the various projects for- Chicago, throughout the year to
mulated for the month of No- accommodate planned service FREE

vember.On menus.
Complete PRE-WINTER f
AA' ( Nov. 13 at 8:00 P.M. the At an average of about 20
Navy Wives Club will present a pounds, approximately 1,250,000of AUTO CHECK-UP ,
fashion revue entitled "Fall the birds are being purchased INCLUDES
Creations", at the clubhouse on to meet this year's demands. In I'
: e Battery
r I'C' Enterprise Ave. aboard the Naval carloads, this represents about
S Tires
Station, Chairman of this affair 800 freight cars, each carrying I
will be Mrs. Harold Krause, 30,000 pounds. Steering
assisted by Committee of club Besides buying whole turkeys, e Cooling
: members. the center is also purchasing e Wipers '
J S Tickets may be purchased from about three million pounds of
*, A f Mrs. Larry Burgess, Phone EV boneless turkey rolls for serving FREE TV BINGO CARDSWe J
(* 5, / 4-2262 or from members of the in submarines and on long- Give S&II Green Stamps

1Jy ,q range aircraft flights. "I rt
club.On -. ,
Nov. 21 the Navy Wives will .... -- -4--- .
/T ., 4Iu have at the their clubhouse cocktail-dlnner-dance aboard the Naval STARS & STRIPES t WEBB'S '
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Station. This Is an annual affair
4 for the club members and their -m"c
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$yS,' I'C husbands, with special guests Invited PROFESSIONAL
ffl4 1/ 4 to help celebrate the t
:.. ., 4 : :? 4j.: Thanksgiving Season. Music for LAUNDRY &
'Y4lc dancing will be furnished by the

+ 4. Comfair Band. Mrs. Richard L/(/ t DRY CLEANERS
;: Kredell is Chairman ofthe event, :;

:: kcXJ assisted by Mrs. Wm. Wilcox, ACROSS RAILROAD FROMSEAFARERS I
Mrs. Harold Lutz, Mrk. Harvey $
'4' Bracnac, Mrs. Conly Ownby, NASYUKON.
*4,4+ 4 .4 V 4 Mrs. L, Burgess. THE
Last Thursday morning sev- 6
44,,.ArpS 1i.: :: ;....:,A?' ffi w.-- eral members of the club ONLY STAR MACHINE
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xw;.(:'; :' '':- 'W "'N>: :;WM:? tributed their time at the Florida I '

BEAUTY Actress Judy Corn. is an added attraction Tuberculosis Association, pre- PAT'S TAILOR SHOP TELLS. ANOTHER"
paring envelopes with Christmas t
Balboa, Calif. Miss Carne is co-starring in a new j NEXT TO WEBB'S
to (the scene at seals. to be mailed to the resi- .
TV series. dtrrts of Florida.

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Bluejackets, Inn USO Notes CPO Club "0" Club Movies

Thursday, November 12 Thursday, November 12 Thursday, November 12 Thursday, November 12
Movies will be shown
The Rhythm Kings plus One Homemade Goodies Night Happy Hour Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M.' 7 P.M. Monday through regularlyat Sat-

8:30-11:30 P.M. Friday, November 13 Friday, November 13 Dinner 6-9 P.M. urday.

Friday, November 13 Drifters Friday, November 13 NATTC will have two feature
Friday the 13th Party 8-11 P.M. Dance to Country
SPECIAL times 2 P.M. and 7 P.M. on
Phil Cay &TheChanteb9-lA.M. Saturday, November 14 November 14 Saturdays and Sundays. The
Saturday the Fair", JOWC
Saturday, November 14 "Nights at hospital will have one feature on
6 .
Novembers Birthday Party from
Dance to Phil Cay charity Sunday's at 7 P.M.
The Embers N 9-1 A.M. 8-11 P.M.Sunday. 1 A.M.
Sunday, November 1 15 The mainside theatre will stay
Sunday, November 15 November 15 Saturday, November 14 the same except for the evening
Dance to Mach Four Feature which will
Phil Cay& The Chantels Grace Chapel Parish SPECIAL begin at 7:30

8:30-11:30 P.M. Monday, November 16. Monday, November 16 "Nights. at the Fair", JOWC P.M.change.These are subject to
6 P.M.
Monday, November 16 Picnic Boone Park charity event from Kiddee Matinee at Ma inside
at Dining Room Open 1 A.M.
Pizza 2 for 1 Night to Theatre, Saturdays at 2 P.M.
Tuesday, November 17
November 15
Tuesday, November 17 Tuesday, November 17 Sunday, Thursday, November 12
USO Jr Volunteer Partyat Dinner 6-9:30 P.M.
Happy Hour 5-7 P.M. NAS Hospital Open Prime Ribs of Beef Mainside The Running .
Wednesday, November 18 Lee Remick- Laurence Harvey
November 18
Wednesday, November 18 Wednesday, Monday, November 16 NATTC Mary Had a Little -

Game Night 8 P.M. Disc Jockey Show Music by Bud Clark Hour 3:30-6 P.M. Agnes Laurent, Jack Watling
Happy Hospital The Blob Steve Mc
Dinner 6-9 P.M.Tuesday .
Queen, Earl Rowe
FRA #91 Reserve Club. Donations of $1 A bond holders' meeting will November 17
Friday, November 13
be held Monday Nov. 16 at8PM.
shot will be asked. With
The ham dinner held Nov.7 was per Dish Night 6-9 P.M.
gift certificates of 10 lb. tur- Our club kitchen is now open Foreign MalnsideSex&TheSlngleGirl-
and well done Is
a big success a French
extended to all persons that had keys going to the winners. .So for hot lunches and sandwiches ( ) /' Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda
a hand In making It so.everyone come out and try your and a good evening supper is also Wednesday, November 18 NATTC The Running Man .

This Saturday, there will be a luck on that turkey dinner for served during the week until Family Night 6-9 P.M. Lee Remick Laurence Harvey
Thanksgiving. P.M. Hospital Mary Had a Little -
turkey shoot held at the Fleet Fried Chicken
Agnes Laurent, Jack Watling

.k DID YOU EVER EARN $$300 AN HOUR? \ Acey Ducey Club Mainside Saturday- Never, November Steal Anything 14

Small James Cagney, Shirley
Thursday, November 12
18 MIN. FROM JAX NAS NATTC Sex& The SingleGirl-
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M. Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda
25 MIN. FROM CEDAR HILLSYOU'LL HospitalTheRunningManLee

SAVE $100.$200 $300. Friday, November 13 Remick. Laurence Harvey

? March Wilson& The Redcoats Kiddee Matinee King Kong vs

OR MORE. ( EVEN$100IN20MIN.IS$300ANHOUR ) 8:30-12:30: A.M.Saturday Godzilla

Sunday, November 15
November 14.
Mainside-NoName on the l3ullet-
Leon Douglas with Country Never Steal Anything]

Drifters 8:30-12:30 A.M. Small -James Cagney, Shirley

/ iJ Sunday, November 15 Jones
Hospital Sex& TheSingleGirlTony -
Mark Castle 8:30-11:30 P.M. Fonda
Curtis, Henry
Monday, November 16
0 e t Monday, November 16
.. me. Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M. Mainside What A Way To Go-

PHONE m 44S5i6SiM| Tuesday, November 17 Shirley MacLaine,Paul Newman Bullet-
Game Night and Dance Night Audie Murphy, Joan Evans
1 (The Embers) 6:30-11:30(. Hospital Never Steal Anything

DEALER 1 Wednesday, November18 Small J ames Cagney, Shirley
Movies sports 8 P.M.
Tuesday, November 17
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Mainside Soldier in the

follow this map to your dream home t NATTC Jackie Shirley Gleason MacLaine- What,A Steve,Way PaulNewman McQueen To Go-

Hospital -No Name on the Bullet-
... featured In these ,M f N W Audie Murphy, Joan Evans

.9 Wednesday, November 18
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Bergen, Fred

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12, 1964 4

Photo Contest Less Per Diem To Petty'Officer

Be Given To

Open To All ServicemenServicemen Exams Set ...tAd11

assigned to tem- For Feb
Attention all photographers porary duty who prefer driving Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde
stationed aboard NAS, pro- their own automobile between Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
fessional and amateur. Now Is duty stations will receive less per personnel seeking advance- Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
the chance to have your pictures diem under a recent change to the ment to pay grades E-4 throughE7 too late for this deadline will be published the following -
displayed in a museum and win Joint Travel Regulations. Unless should start "cracking the week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise.A .

valuable prizes. the temporary duty orders state books" now, as the dates for the check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
The 18th Annual Exhibition of that "travel by privately owned 1965 exams have been es- received WITH the copy for the ad.
the Mariners Museum "Marine conveyance Is advantageous tablished. The E-4 exam will be DO NOT SEND CASH.

Photography International" is to the Government", the member given February 2, while the E-5 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . $1.00
coming up in the spring of 1965. will be paid per diem for that exam has been set for February Per additional line ((4' words per line). . 35
The contest starts March 28 and travel time "not exceeding the 4. Those seeking advancementto - -. -
ends on May 2. constructive travel time over a pay grade E-6 .will take the

Entries can be slides, pictorial usually surface traveled route by air or test on February 9, with February; GAR APT UNFRN large Ivg PUBLIC NOTICE FREIGHTSAL-
common carrier
prints or Documentary prints and ever more nearly meets,the which- 11th set for the E-7 exam. rm, fam kit, bdr,kitchen equip VAGE 2 Singer Slant-Needle
must In some way illustrate requirements ped, A/C, hardwood floors, $85 sewing machines almost like new.
of the orders ANDIs But before you begin studying,
man's association with the sea. per month 771-0739 Perfect condition pay $60. cashor
more economical to the Gov- you'd better check to ensure that
month. Callware-
Some of the suggested subjectsare ernment. Since most stations you have met all the requirementsto house pay night per or day 353-1946 will
within the continental be for advancementand
United eligible
; marine Industry, views of UNFURN. APT FOR RENT deliver, no obligations A-l SewIng -
of vessel,sailing, poweror States can be reached by air that all required Informationhas
any type Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR, Machine Co.
hand propelled, the fishing In less than one day most been recorded in your ser- Kit. Equip. 3 ml NAS $115 mo.
Industries ship building, light- servicemen will receive only one vice record. Have you submitted Owner 7718697.
houses, navigational aids, harbor day's per diem for each trip. your request to participate In the

river and canel scenes, or For example: A NAS sailor exams? All requests should be WANTED YOUNG LADY 1825to
Is ordered to in submitted soon so that commands
seafares fishermen temporary duty
pictures JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY work evenings at Little Pigs
San His orders may request the examinationsfrom
stevedores and anything you can DiegoCalifornia. Venetia Wesconnett Bellair BarBeque Phone EV 4-4551.
think of that pertains to man and authorize travel by privately the Naval Examining Centernot EV 4-3055 or SP 1-5464
the sea. owned vehicle, but do not specif- later than December 15.
ically state that travel by pri-
The winning prints will be displayed vately owned conveyance is more Performance marks must be
for one month at the advantageous to the Government.He entered on the appropriate cards FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex BABY SITTER for naval per-
Mariners Museum, at Newport decides to use his own automobile and all service school graduates 3-plex, 4 plex, 3 ml. NAS $115 sonnel, available anytime, experienced -

News, Va. The successful He will be paid 5 centsa should have a notation indicatingthe mo. Owner 771-8697 transportation necessary
level of schooling obtained.All 320 E: Church St. call
entrants' names will also be submitted mile plus one days per diem
to Photographic Society ofAmerica's instead of the four days per diem Air Controlmen must possess 353-5173 Lois Greek
FOR SALE Lot 90' X 120'with
either the
FAA Form ACA578Aor
"Who's Who.
he would have received under the
FAA Form ACA-1710 and a trailer,cabana,utility room,
old he will
For more information on the regulation. Although Class 11 Medical Certificate carport, 3 BRs. 771-5470
be paid for only one days travel
contest and entry blanks contact; the
prior to taking examination.Any .
time he will still be allowed four
FOR SALE 3 Br home closeto
The Mariners Museum, Marine requests for change in rating ,
Photography Exhibition; Newport days to get there since the advancement must also meet the APTS FURNISHED AND UNFUR- NAS $50. down $50. month.
News, Va. BuPers Manual para. C-5317 December 15th deadline.If NISHED $60 to $75 mo. Natural Call Art Powell USN RET. 264-
still remains in effect. gas heated. 771.9007.Scholarship. 6144 with Powell Realty.

you have any doubt as to your
eligibility for the upcomingexams
THE then you should check with Aid General Elwood
your C,&E Office, Military Personnel -

QUALITYGOES Office, or refer to (Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1))
BUPERSNOTE 1418. And then,

STUDY. Eligible personnel who have The General and his staff also
IN been awarded a scholarship may held anOperationalReadlness
submit applications containingthe spection of the local units. This
BEFORETHE required Information on the was an annual inspection to Insure -
grant, field of study and other that the Marine Air Re-
pertinent details to the Chief of serve squadrons of Florida are
YOUNQ Naval Personnel or Commandantof prepared and ready for mobilization -
NAME GOES ONI the Marine Corps. All requests if the need should ever

I HIHiBBBHi BBBBBB1 "1 1 1 for sponsorship forwarded arise.
by commands must contain an
A HANDCRAFTED COLOR TV endorsement by the command as
You can insure your car with to the applicant's qualificationsand Turkey Dinner
fr: : a company that meets the a recommendation for ap-
: D.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your proval. Applications will be (Continued From Page 2))
World's FinestPerfornlRi state and you get these processed according to the
ka BIG advantages: following factors: 1) needs of Tickets will be on sale In the
service; 2)) eligibility of donor; lobby of O&R Department, the
s rl CeldrTVHintfcrifM COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE 3)) scholastic and professional snack bar area of the civilian
COVERAGE qualification of the individual; 4)) cafeteria and the unit cafeteriaIn
cfciuitMe 0 recommendation of endorsing Building 110, during lunch
printed circuits IMMEDIATE PROTECTION/ command; 5)) field of study; period on 16 through 20 November
..".slid.... and 6)) financial considerations. 1964.
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Wa JO.llan : 'StudyGroup '. "Nights At The Worlds Fair"!

a Visited To Be Held This Fri and SatThis

Friday and Saturday, No- times, there's the Vistral Pa-
I vember 13 and 14, the untiring villion of space display. The
i'iASJaxOct29( 2 2A effort of the Jacksonville Officers Brazil and Monaco rooms will

DOD STUDY GROUP-4L( to right) Col. K. E. Martin; USMC, Wives Club will come to light offer visitors a chance to "pit
Headquarters U. S. Marine Corps; Major T. W. Williams, USMC, when they stage their long- their wits" against the roulette

Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps;LtCol. E. J.W. McKinney, USAF, 10-man DOD Study Group, planned charity event. Preparation wheel and other games. Perhaps
Headquarters U. S. Air Force (AFSSS); Mr. H. W. Schreodley, Air headed by Mr. A. T. Bishop of for "Nights at the Worlds relaxation is your goal and in that
Fair" have been In progress case why not drop in to see the
Secretary -
the Office of the Assistant
Force Logistics Center,
Dayton Ohio; Capt. R. L. Watson, SC, USN, since and there has been from
of Defense for Installa- August display Italy, Polynesian
Supply Officer, NAS Jacksonville; Col. G. N. Jennings, USA, Head tions and visited NAS much activity since that time with room or the Bavarian Ratskeliar.
quarters, U. S. Army; Mr. A. T. Bishop, Office of Assistant Logistics
Secretary Jacksonville on October 29 to decorators, costumers, enter- All the pavillions offer the color,
of Defense for Installations and Logistics, Study Group Leader; Col. make a study of the interface tainers, and committee women costume, and customs from the
N. E. Rogers, USAF, Headquarters, Defense Supply Agency. between the supply organizationsof working to prepare the decora- land they represent
the military services and De- tions and entertainment that will "A Night on the Town", the
fense Supply Agency with respectto be available. floor show utilizing amateur I
Y materials assigned to DSA for Festivities begin at 6 P.M. talent, begins at 10 P.M. and will
integrated management. The when visitors to the Officers Club show the various types of enter-
study] includes research, data will walk through the Avenue of tainment to be found on an even-
collection and analysis in the Nations; past the reproduction of ing in New York City. Singersin
t areas of Supply Organization and the Unisphere and Into the club cafes, chorus lines from night-
Mission, Item Standardization, where flags will continue to line clubs, a zoo scene by children
RequirementsDeter- the aisle. Before dinner is served dancers, and even a trip to the
mination, Provisioning, Pro- at 7 1 P.M., visitors can visit any Village are some of the enter-
curement, Inventory Manage- of the nine pavilions that!'will be tainment to be viewed.
All officers ment DistributlonCatalogingand represented. So why not stroll down the
Financial Management as relatedto Hieroglyphics and tombs of Avenue of Nations at the "0"
Supply System operations.The ancient times will decorate the Club and enter the World's Fair
purpose of the study Is to Egyptian display or for modern presented by the JOWC.

and who ((1)) determine the strengths and
t men weaknesses of present military ;;z;
service management structureand r
procedural arrangements relating -
to items managed by DSA,
need ((2)) examine and identify the
money magnitude of effort required by e
current retail/wholesale man- "ar
agement concepts, ((3)) and to pro-
pose new or revised procedural 4

report arrangements to provide more I a L. tR
effective and economical man-
agement of items assigned to a'i

to C. U. H + DSA.Captain John R. Mackroth,

t : Commanding Officer, briefed the

group on the organization and .
mission of NAS Jacksonville, and S .
Captain R. L. Watson, Supply
Officer, and otherSupplyDepartment -
'. offlcals made presenta- S H
tions on all areas of Interestto
the Study Group.In toA

addition to Mr. Bishop, the m t. __
That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're Study Group consisted of COL K.
experts at dealing with E. Martin, USMC, and Major T. goes as
your special money problems. W. Williams, USMC, Head- the women of the JOWC (left to right) Sue Schulze, Mary Lee
Need a loan to pay bills? To travel? Money to meet quarters, U. S. Marine Corps; Sulkowski, Garland Mackroth, and Mrs. R. A. Carlson practicethe

personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. LTCol E. J. W.McKinney,USAF, chorus line routine. Their act is part of the floor show fes-
office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got Headquarters, U, S. Air Force tivities slated for"Nights at the World's Fair".
over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. For your (AFSSS); Mr. H. W. Schreadley,
Air Force Logistics Center,Day- was presented the Joint Service
convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But .
ton, Ohio; COL G. N. Jennings, AwardsContinued Commendation Medal by Admiral
we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends USA, Headquarters, U. S. Army; Robert Goldthwaite for the inven-

that way. COL N. E. Rogeru, USAF Head- ( from Page 1)) tory control techniques and pro-

quarters, Defense Supply Agency; said in the citation that the safety cedures which developed while
CAPT A. B. Sanders, sc, usn,
record attained by NASJax during working in the Defense Supply
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts
LOANS TO $3000 ; calendar 1963 attested to the Agency.
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prudent observance of the
CASH YOU GET quarters, Defense Supply Agency; Navy'ssafety
rules and accident
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I Neer Special Services Hobby Shop Opened I

..- _.
The halls of Buildings 897 and
898 echoed their emptiness. t
Planks and blocks of wood were I I .
scattered the halls or carelessly lay In small throughout heaps. .1 ''I II j I 1 '1t ..\...I t,' j IC"" :' .

Pieces of screen lay along the
walls and papers were strewn on
the floor where they had been
tossed. But this was the scene
before remodeling under the YA

Expansion Project was under-
taken by Special Services and

hobby shop personnel to change
these buildings Into the new hobby
shop headquarters.

Ribbon cutting ceremonies, ,.,
Saturday October 31, held by : ,,"
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Cdr. L. A. Menard, Executive ,1diCAN
Officer of MAS, marked the end
of the remodeling and the opening WELCOME TO THE HOBBY

the new hobby shop facilities. SHOP. actually this picture
Both floors of the two buildings deplicts the seen before the
CHILDREN, ON HANDfortheopeningoftheHobby Shop, assistedCdr. were completely redone and buildings were remodeled for TAKE YOUR CAR

L. A. Menord, XO of NAS, with the ribbon-cutting ceremonies.Mr. equipment was moved over from new Hobby Shop facilities. WITH YOU?
H. C. Osburn ((1.), manager of the shop, and Mr. P. J. DiTursi, the old hobby shop in Bldg. 895. For Financing And Insurance

(far right) office manager of the NX, were a few of the many Navy Plans are also underway for this Stateside And Overseas. Call
building to be torn down In orderto DYER M..BURR
Exchange employees and visitors to view the ceremonies and new
expand the auto shop. Exceptfor representingGOVERNMENT
facilities. the electlc and plumbing work 1 EMPLOYEES
done by the Public Works Department FINANCE CORPORATIONAND

the remodeling was
accomplished by shop personnel INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
under the direction of Mr. H C.
[5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-05271
Osburn hobby shop manager.The .
Navy Exchange Hobby
i<'b or n Store is now located on the first
deck of Bldg. 897, as Is the expanded -
carpenter and boat shop.
The second deck houses the radio

4 dJ electronics shop, model, photo, FRIDAY13th
and leather crafts shops.
The Ceramics Shop has been I

moved to the first floor of Bldg.
898. In the old building it was I
located above the carpenter shop
[_1 ![1T>iAOt
where patrons were hampered
the din of motors humming be-
low. The new arrangement puts
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thereby eliminating the old dis-

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provided at the opening, as they gaze at the variety of supplies there are only a few clubs but reg. 7.99 reg. 9.99
offered in the N.x. operated Hobby Supply Store. more are to organize on a basisof 5 GallonAQUARIUM $
Interest. The possibility of TRANSISTOR S6." I S788

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Comm Suffers 2 Defeats .-rIIL : ::: US Military ) .

I' .._, Olympians

"Shang" And. VAP-62 .I", ; ", ; :

,,, <: ".ff; Previously undefeated Communications, of the National league,
suffered two defeats this past week, one defeat in the Intramural (AFPSSecretary)

ranks was suffered at the hands of VAP-62, 8-6, and the other defeat \iiiy\ kMm Interne of Defense Robert S. McNamarahas
was handed them by the USS Shangri-La the ComFalrJax tour- \ sent congratulations to the 52

nament winner, in an exhibition game, 300.In military athletes who partici-
the VAP-62 contest the scoring pated in the Olympic Games in

for 62 was tabulated by Carl- 5-5. Crn1oueRM'F1iAttdth r.At Tokyo.

sen with a touchdown and! Groene The results of last weeks action The secretary, in a memoran-
with a safety Wallace scored dum toservicesecietaries.said,
are: an October organizational meeting, here at NAS Jax. repre-
the lone TD for the Communications VP-7 24-6 "Our armed forces athletes
sentatives of ten different bases met, six Air Force and four Navy,
squad. proved that American military
VP-30 VP-18 18-0
t to try and coordinate a Florida-Georgia Interservice conference
The exhibition contest saw the AF679th. FICEUR 18-12 ot athletics.NAS! personnel are physically strong,
"Shang's" powerful squad having VAP-62, Comm 8-6 mentally alert, and that they
little trouble subdueing the Communications MARTD, O&R 12-6 Frank Juts representative NAS Athletic, round robin basis,playing for the possess the required stamina and
team. Ayers and Marines, NARTU 24-18 McCaffrey most part of Friday Saturday endurance"
Director elected the
Burrsed, of the"Shang",seemedto position nights.It Comprising only 18 per cent of
have a field day as Ayers of president and treasurer, is also hoped that a program the men's team, U. S. military
tabulated three touchdowns: and Lifesaving ClassesClasses white Thomas B. McGriff, Athletic Including golf, tennis, athletes broke one Olympic and
Burnsed accounted for the two Director, NAS Cecil Field bowling, softball, swimming, four world records and tied a

remaining TD's. in and senior was elected to the positions of track & field, etc., can be set up world record and an Olympic record -
Junior vice-president and
VP-30 leads the American secretary. to further the Interest and com .
lifesaving have begun at the Indoor The idea of the subject con-
will be
league with It's 8-1 record petition. These aspects "We have good reason to be
Pool on Wednesday,Novem- ference was conceived for the
followed by VP-7 at 3-2 and the discussed at a later meeting. proud of the record of these ath-
ber 11, from 1800 to 2000. These purpose of integrating a sports
Hospital squad at 53.Communications letes and their sportsmanlikespirit
classes both military between
are open to program services located
tional league at leads 9-1 while the Na-the personnel and dependentsand within reasonably close YMCA SponsorsJudo ; at the stated.1964 Olympics," the.
will continue until distances. the secretary
Mayof traveling By
second and third place positionsare
1965. For further Information, formation of this conference it Is He then explained that they not
shared by four teams.AF6'l9th call Mike Stevens at extension felt that the competition on a TourneyAt only made clear the vigor of
and MARTD hold down
391/570 or CDR Snyder at extension varsity scale between the Com- America, but again demonstrated
the second both with 6-4
8458. mands enteredwouldstimulatean the value of sports In bridging the
t records while NARTU and VAP- interest (for individuals, as well NAS JaxSunday language and cultural barriers to
62 are tied for the third spot at
bring men nations closer together
as specators) In a broad athletic -
program. in mutual understanding

Discussions of the program divulged and respect.
November 15, Bldg.,
keen Interest for the com
the NAS Gymnasium, will be the Waves BowlingIn
1 ing basketball season and it Is
Ad 5 hoped to have a schedule coordinated site for a Judo tournament,

commencing on November sponsored by the Riverside ,the Waves bowling action

27. The schedule, to be YMCA. this past week Laurie Perrault,
formulated, Is to provide a home The starting time for the matchIs of the Salty Dogs, posted the high
1 P.M. and Is to the public
and home engagement series on a open individual set with a 475 tabula-
i with no admission charge. tion which, In part, also accountedfor

Teams to be taking part in the the Salty Dogs taking the high

'I t' I Intramural Golf tournament will be Jax Navy, team game with a 626 and the high
:, Riverside YMCA, Boy's Parental team set with a 1790 totalJ.

Heading the American league, Home, Benny Davis' Judo Club A. Maynahan, of the Mar-
in Intra-mural Golf, are the and the Bill Beach's club. tinis, posted the high individual
65 FORDS) "llnksters" of Admin with their game of the weeks action with a
Judo instruction Is given freeto
. 7-3 record, while the National 190 pin count.
and their
league leader Is the team from military personnel The team standings are now:
dependents who are interested.
Old Fashions 11-1
VP-5 sporting their 4-2 record.
Classes are offered to both male
The results of last weeks action Stingers
and females and are set up on the 10-2
are: Dogs
following schedule in the Judo Manhattans 6-6
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( ii aD i Service Wives 10 Officers iNominated 'by -CollegesFor

Anything Can Happen BowlingNickie Annual Sports. Magazine Awards

By Dave llurgin
Knock posted the highset New York (AFPS) Ten career officers from the Army Navy Air
\\'s been said before but let it be said again the only thing certaint In the Service Wives Bowling Force and Marine Corps are among 69 men cited by their alma matersas
a college football season Is that nothing is certain. leagues recent action with a 477 candidates in Sports Illustrated's Silver Anniversary All-American A-
n i early September, when the collegiate behemoths were workout total, while Kay Felton had the wards.
those last few kinks the experts were listing the powerhouses .. .high game with a 201 tabulation. Nominated on the basis of their success In life In the 25 .years since their
teams to beat. The league .ndingsare: senior collegiate gridiron days, the
[leading the list was Mississippi. The Rebels of Coach Johnny candidtaes from the 1939-40 season
tight, facing a comparatively easy schedule by Southeastern Con- W/L comprise a slate which sparks ex- Wham and Mary.
ence standards, did look like world beaters when they clobbered Hurricanes 21-11 citing football memories as well as Marine Corps: Colonels Richard
tmphls State, 30-0 in the season opener. Tornadoes 19-13 an Impressive record of career and Ronald Amerine, University of Kansas -
[Then, Whammo! Ole Miss got dumped by Kentucky Florida andd Blizzards 17-15 community service achievement. ; Frands X. Beamer Universityof
by lowly Vanderbilt in Its next five games. The Rebs fell from Monsoons 16-16 The officers nominated and their Maryland Ohio and Howard' E. Wert-
top 10 ratings faster than a drill instructor Cyclones 13-19 schools are: man University .
can make a recruit Army: Brigadier General Albin F,.
np. Typhoons 10-22 of Massachusettsand The 25 ultimate winners of the a-
Irzyk University
[There were other pre-season hotshots who got national champion-
Colonel Frederick J. Yeager ward will be announced by the magazine
[ billing. Oklahoma was one, but the Sooners dropped three
lip United States Military Academy. In November. The Silver Anniversary
[ after opening with a none-too-impressive defeat of IM
raight Mary- Ping Pong Navy: Commander Richard H. All American Awardswere
00. Texas was another although the Longhorns have lost only White, Colby College and Captains created in 1956 by editors of
.. to Arkansas, 14-13 -- and could still come back strong.On Allen A. Bergner United States Sports Illustrated at the suggestion of
the other side of the surprise ledger the list is just as long. Four shut-out games high Naval Academy and Lawrence G. the late Herman Hickmaa
w many expected Notre Dame playing what looked to be one of the lighted the second week of play Tray nor, St. Lawrence University.
ghest schedules in the land to win its first five games and be In the Station's Intra-mural Air Force: Colonels Robert E. Bel-
nked second in the nation at the season's halfway point? Even if leagues vill, Southern Methodist Universityand
Irish falter the rest of the way, South Benders have already The results of the second weeks Seymour Shwiller, College of
baled the season successful under new coach Ara Parseghiaa action are:
last year Notre Dame finished with a 2-7 slate. Anyway the Sugar W/L
owl people thought enough of Notre Dame's 1964 team to extend a
[elcome as early as late October. V VAP-62 VP-45 4-1 BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE
FAETU VP-30 5-0
Ohio State has been a fair surprise. At the halfway point the Q4 R 5-0 AND THE BEACHES
ucks were in a position they hadn't been in for a decade -- first Hospital
i the nation. They got there mainly by wrecking Illinois and Southern NAMTG Security 5-0 "
Marines NARTU 3-2
California, two more pre-season look-out-for-us teams. Admin A/C, Main 21/2-21/2 t"11; [mIlD
There have been other bright surprises, like Boston College, AF679th, 50tiOVEMHER I
eorgia Tech, Villanova and Florida. Apd Alabama for the first'' CFJ, ...
fcalf of the year, has disappointed no 'one except the opposition. w- :. FRITZ
I But unhappily for service( football lovers high on the official ; t1 FARM AN
1 LO
isappointment-of-the-year list go Army, Navy and Air Force. Each Rat:
ion only two of its first six games. CPO
Army suffered a depth problem and as soon as the Cadets began owner
acing the big boys like Texas and Duke it showed. Navy hoped to )F
offset(( a murderous schedule with the threat of quarterback Roger AS
taubach. Jolly Roger got hurt however and the Middies floundered. ,,1 lVE1t 41tA a1j '

Mr Force was hit hard by graduation but figured to have a winningeason. Harold Parman Mayport TIRE CO,

Fritz Parman, Jr. Roosevelt
The thing about Army and Navy though Is that when they meet Lou Webber Normandy
n i Philadelphia Nov. 28, they throw the record books out the window.ut .

that's been said before, too. GOING m {MpTMAf Iffii?

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.:';' 4i"" 'i" f Pistol MatchThe

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':: :.> tol Club sponsored an 1800 Aggregate -
Pistol Match on the NAS

Pistol Range this past Sunday,
Lt O'Brien in action. November 8. This match was the

first to be held on the NAS Range
since it was reopened in June of
Ta Sit
Up Champ this year.

\ .
Vic Tanny would be job hunt- Shooters from North Floridaand
ing if he had to depend upon the South Georgia competed for
likes ofPatrolSquadronSixteen'sLieutenant the awards with teams partici-
George D. O'Brienfor pating from NAS Jax; NAS Cecil
his clientele. Field; NAS Glynco. Ga.; Marine e
Lt. O'Brien proved himself Air Detachment; USS Saratoga
w RRf very capable of holding down his (CVA-60)); Moody AFB; Jackson-
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athletic officer when on Novem-' other civilian shooters. CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
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