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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expressfon/of" any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of. any military department of the products or services advertised.!

VOL. 21 NO. 17 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE.- FLORIDA JULY 4, 1963,



A Farewell To RAdm. Carson ..


,
Receives Medal


5 Upon RetirementFortythree


years of NavalService -
ended last Friday.
Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car-
son, Commander Fleet Air Jack-
sonville and Commander
Bases Sixth NavalDistrict. '
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during ceremonies aboard N
rier USS Shangri-La at
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Station, Mayport, Fla.
Seven other
'
friends of Admiral ; -
it a point to be on hand
ition to various local
headed by Jacksonville's
Retirement Site: USS Shangri-La Haydon Burns.In ..
a suprise
miral Carson was awarded
star in lieu of a third
Merit in the name of
Kennedy. The award was
his direction of 2)f
warfare elements
Cuban Crisis in 1962.
,Captain Vincent Casey I
Admiral Carson as
Fleet Air Jacksonville
serve as ComFairJax and
\ NabSix until Monday, July
Admiral Robert
assume command. "
Those admirals In .
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., '- '8 for the retirement
,.... were Vice Adm. E.B.
,
: ''','' Commander Atlantic
-<. submarine Warfare Force t. : r

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Mayor Bums and Mrs. Carson (Official Navy Photos by W. J. Parenteou, PH2)b )
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Station Traffic:

JTAX AIR: NfiEJWS '
F. Violation Record I
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Following is a report of traffic
ri Violations for the period of June The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
each at the U. S. Naval Air Station
published Thursday ,
24 through June 30, 1963.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS
i NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
.r'r1
This week June 24 June publication. News items are welcomed from all sources.
hi "VH i 30 . . . .7 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Total accidents this year Advertisements are solicited: by the publisher and queries
through June 30 . 136 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
Th : j ; Number of accidents through Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --
;: June 1962 . . .135 :Telephone 359 5140 or 359-027L .

NUMBER OF DAYS'SINCE -
VOL. 21 NO. 17 July'4, 1963
w LAST INJURY IN MOTOR

VEHICLE ACCIDENT........22


NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS What Is Excessive Speed?


CERTIFICATE OF RETIREMENT for Cdr. Walter J. Schub !Is read THIS WEEK.,...................26
NAS Commanding Officer James R. Mrs. Sch 'b
by Capt. Compton as u
In two-thirds of our excessive- traffic is heavy and cars are
looks on. Cdr. Schub was the Station's executive officer for two:>> Speeding . . . 9 speed accidents, the speed is not moving close togetherprobablytoo
years to the day when he completed 22 years of Naval service', Reckless Driving . .0 above the state limit, but obviously close. All sort of conditions
Jun. 30. (Official Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn) Going through Stop Sign 1 isn't safe. determine safe speed.
m Other Violations . .16 Nearly two-thirds of Florida's "Say you're driving on a high-
Twenty-six drivers appeared accidents occur at speeds under 50 way with a 65-mile limit. But, a
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat miles an hour-more than half at 30 car has stopped ahead of you, pre-
I ==1 ut 1- the meeting held on July 1st. or less. paring for a left turn. Obviously,
Disposition of the include the
cases
V Many people believe they're you must reduce your speed for the
I rll Imo.{ R following: 14 lost driving and park driving legally If they're within the conditions."If .
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ing privileges aboard the station stated limit. This isn't always so. you have fog, smoke, slip
for various periods; seven were The law says you must drive pery pavement or other hazardous -
1:1 II assigned to complete an eighthourcourse safely for existing conditions of the conditions, you must reduce
_u' in remedial driving instruction road, weather, traffic et cetera. speed under the law."
... -- ; 15 were given suspended As a State Highway Patrol Lieu- It's not only the law-it's com-
E' 1- penalties; two were given a warn-
.\ -- -- tenant explains: mon sense.
ing; one was dismissed; and two "Excessive speed doesn't mean
.f\. .. were referred to commanding officers only high speed. It can mean going
Fad for possible disciplinaryaction. 20 in a 25-mile zone if childrenare Blood Donors

on their way to or from school,
or playing In the street. Or, if Twenty-two enlisted persons
recently donated blood to the Naval
Too few people aim at perfec- Receives Medal Hospital Blood Donors Center.
tion. The average person is usually Donating blood from Operations

content to coast along with- (Continued from page 1)) Department were: Maria DiazSA;
out regard to results that repre- James V. Griffin, SM2; RichardR.
sent his best thought and ability.Of Adm. A.G. Ward, Commander U.S. Hoffman, SA;James W.Holmes,
course, it is true that people Second Fleet; Vice Adm. Frank EC2; David A. Messer, AA;
f) y don't know what to do. However, O'Beirne, Commander Atlantic Thomas P. Mitchell, SA; PatrickE.
not one person would fail to accomplish Fleet Naval Air Forces RAdm. AN
> ; ,. ; Pyle, ; Larry W. Rowell,
,,J, -. f Y.y. greater things in life, if L.D. Daspit, Commandant Sixth AA; Robert A. Whitely, AA; and
> he will follow these five simple Naval District RAdm.
; J.W. AllesIII Joseph F. Wright, AA;
...,.. steps. Know what you want to do. Commander CruiserDestroyer Those donating blood from NAS
-. '.. Decide to fake the first step. Be- Flotilla Six; RAdm. R.J. Stroh, Ordnance were: Charles T.
., lieve that youwill be able to do .Commander Carrier Division 6; Barton, AK2; Leonard R. Bell,SA;
', ... it. Don't let your failures get you and RAdm. Joseph W. Leverton, Michael Bertolani, AOCS; Teddy
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: ; down. Be willing to make the sacrifices Jr., Deputy Chief of Staff for the N. Castleberry, AD1; Bobby D.
OVERWHELMING HONORS are rendered Cdr. and Mrs. Walter J. necessary to progress.- Commander in Chief of the Atlantic Cheatham, SN; Richard R. Dietz,
Schub by NAS officer, enlisted and civilian sideboys as the former Beam. Fleet, AA; Joseph J, Hutzenbiler, SN;
Station executive officer ends his 22-year Navy career. (Official James P. McQuaid, AOCA; JohnT.
Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) Millay, AA;Charles R. Roberts,

A C N y4U lL'tiI' YEP 5E> AO1 David; Richard Lewis M. Thomas, AAand;
Wright, SA.
'American Way' Still



Offers Freedom for All Common Rockets, Missiles Get

Designators \
.. These days we have so many reports of present problemsand
crises that we have very little time to think about the Washington (AFPS-Rockets and
ones In our past. A look backward, though, will show us that guided missiles of the Armed
the road our forefathers traveled was, more often than not, Forces will have a common basic
strewn with obstacles very similar to those we face today. designator beginning In July when
May, 1776, was one of the most hectic times of our history.The the Services implement a DOD
newly formed Continental Congress was striving to find a solutionto directive Issued last December.
our problems with King George's England and there were times when Regardless of branch of service,
the whole situation looked hopeless; times when the pessimists mut- rockets and missiles with a similar
combat or combat related mission
tered that we were all doomed.
Yet, in spite of this outlook and prophecy of many, our leaders will be known by the same de-
stuck to their task and produced a resolution that, in July 1776, signation. Space vehicles and
would become the immortal Declaration of Independence. This doc- space boosters are not affectedby
ument, the signing of which we commemorate each July 4, has remainedthe the new directive.The .
foundation stone of our way of life for 187 years. system will have lettersto
Where would our country be today if these men hadn't faced the indicate whether it is a test
challenge? Where will the America of the future be if our leaders, or experimental model; type of
today, don't meet the challenge facing them and find solutions with launching environment, mis-
the power and impact of.the Declaration of Independence? sion, and kind of vehicle; a
Luckily, this question has already been answered. We have chosen PS You CANT VACCINATE number to denote each vehicle
.jir own leaders and they are capable of meeting our problems and type with the same basic designand
finding the right solution Just as the men of the Continental Congress A&MNSTA another lener to Indicate a
did. Our nation has survived by faith in democracy and the men who CIDtN7P0 major modivtcatlon
AFPS Systems with popular names will
guard it. ( )
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Needgoin'.homemoney.? Largest Checks 'Ii

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Nat'l Health 7 I II I

Checks totaling more than :j
$70,000 have been turned over to jI I
the Navy Relief Society and the jI

National Health Agencies by the -I
Jacksonville Navy complex. These
checks were the largest ever
given by the Navy in the history
U of the two drives. NAVY RELIEF CHECK Admiral Joseph M. Carson and Mrs.

The presentation was held last King S. Forston look over Navy Relief check presented to Mrs. .
Thursday in the office of Rear Admiral Forston by Cdr. W. L. Parks, assistant drive chairman (center), _

Joseph M.Carson then Com looking on is Captain James R. Compton, NAS CO. (Official
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone,.JO )
Naval Air Bases, 6th Naval Dis- ,
trict. 1)V
The Navy Relief check for
$42,409 was presented to Mrs.
King S. Forston executive sec-

retary, Jacksonville Auxiliary,
Navy Relief Society by Cdr. W.L.
Parks, assistant drive chairman.Cdr. .
E.H. Daughtrey served as P PTM
drive chairman. p
Richard Forbecker, chairman i of
Get up to $600 from HFC the coordinating committee Fed-
eral Service Campaign for National e
Anytime you find yourself short of cash-that's a good Health Agencies, accepted the
time to think of HFC. Household Finance. More serv- second check, which was for c
Icemendo..over 100,000,every year. Maywehelpyou? $27.867.97.Capt. John D. Sullivan I
NAS Officer and T
Supply
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,..:., MONTHLY PAYMENT HANS Health made
6 Agencies campaign;
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Ask about j o.,.., ,.,.a 1n a r.n the presentation.
Credit LifeInsurance $100 5.93 1.29 10.07 18.48
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 United Air Lines
on loans at 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 i
600 34.39 42.66 00.35 109M -1
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group rate cUrIMW".rx.. .Ik* fifrl fffcUfefcrf Offers New Fares '"
/ mtmlUf Mmm mi<*XMM{(MOU HEALTH AGENCIES CHECK -
.. [ing on leave.
2%s W rmw .sd Richard
Military personnel being dis- United also is increasing it's Forbecker, chairman of
charged or separated from active free baggage allowance from 40 to the coordinating committee Fed.
HOUSEHOLD Fl I duty will be able to travel space 66 pounds for servicemen using the eral Service campaign for National
available at half-fa on all United half-fare discount when traveling Heolth Agencies accepts
Cyaora7 aNC. __ (
Air Lines [flights beginning today, on permanent change of station second check from Admiral J.M.
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9693 when United expands>> it's military orders. Carson. (Official Navy Photo by
discount fares to cover personnel j Marc Whetstone J01))
Cedar Hills Shopping Center returning to civilian life. Optimism is the greatest bus-

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 The discount will apply for seven iness-getter, biggest trader truest The Treasury reached a mile-
days following discharge or separ- achiever In the world. R & stone In U. S. Savings Bond sales
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,.. VP-7 Flies '. / / / / / /


Mercy FlightA .


Navy SP-2E patrol bomber
touched down at the Jacksonville -
Naval Air Station at 2:35:

p.m. last Friday carrying the
father of an 11 year old child 4A
as who was critically Injured Mon- A

1 day while playing In a sand pit
f1J).
N' near Mayport Naval Station.
'" t, e:,. '\ ", '-.1 The father Winton W. Willhide

t." Chief Hospital Corpsman was
; flown to Jacksonville in a special

...L ylY' .::.:!.".,,,.o, plane from Bermuda by Patrol a
Squadron7, after his ship the destroyer A R8

': USS FIske had made a
speed run to the British island a 3 .
S" from far at sea in order to make

.j 11 the emergency flight.

t. ;: Y': Chief Willhide's son,Wtntonjr.,
age 11, was critically Injured Mon-

ACHIEVEMENT AWARD T. W. Grawrock, ADJ1, receive the day when the side of a sand pit It was back in 1951 that we perfectedour

SECNAV Achievement Award from Cdr. Robert F. Roemer, CO of in which he was playing collapsed recipe for cheesecake. Since then cheese-

YAP-62. (Official Navy Photo by FAPL) dislodging a large chunk of our cheesecake has become famous for cakeits
hardpan which crushed the lower
part of his body.He superb, distinctive flavor. In only 12 featuredyears ;

has since been In the Naval we've served over $1,000,000 everyday
Receives
Grawrock
Hospital here where his condition worth. .over 4,000,000 portions.Today -_
remains critical Hospital authorities its flavor is as delicious, as rich and tasty only I' K

SecNav AwardAn said that the boy had a as it was in 1951. Enjoy some today I
good chance to live and his cond- '
'Srae 192J. Fret Food.AN1hn/-IERF/! !
ition has been improving since

aviation jet machinist's mate first class (Atrcrewman) of yesterday.Chief moRRison1toosevelt
Willhide left the USS Fiske
Heavy Photographic Squadron Sixty-Two has received the Navy's elev-
at Bermuda at 9 a.m. Friday and
enth highest decoration "The Secretary of the Navy Commendationfor
an hour later was en route to Jacksonville -
Achievement Award". The alrcrewman Is Thomas W. Grawrock
In the speedy patrol bom- Mall.128 W.. Monroe .Sou'thgate Plaza,
In the squadron's RA-3B twin-jet phot -reconnaissance -
a photo-navigator ,
"Skywarrior" aircraft. j ber. He joined his ship at May-
port when It arrived from a five-
He was presented the award at
month tour In the Medlterranlan
Personnel Inspection on Friday vices In VAP-62 were Chief
June 28, by VAP-62 Commanding Yeoman Allen Burket and 'Senior on Monday.

Officer, Commander Robert F. Chief Aviation Storekeeper Wil- SUMMERCLEARANCE
Roemer on behalf of the Secretary liam J. Helmuth. Happiness Is not the exclusive
of the Navy Fred E.: Korth. possession of the young or the old, I Ira
1he Commendation reads In the strong or the handicapped the

part: "During the period January Will This Be beautiful or the homely. Your own
17, 1958 through February 15. 1963 observation will verify that happy ,_ratan aea
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while serving with Heavy Photo- people exist with all combinationsof

graphic Squadron Sixty-Two Your these natural endowments. The ROOSEVELT MALL
Grawrock consistently displayed happiness we find In life Is a mea-

marked leadership and resourcefulness sure of wisdom and keeps pace
Last 4th ?
In earring out his varied with every advance In self- COTTON PRINT

duties. His development and subsequent Improvement. To me, happinesscomes

.... application of outstanding In satisfaction with the
teaching and management prac- course of life I have been follow-
tices are constantly reflected in -DRIVESAFELY- ing at the ,moment. UnhappinessIs BALLERINASRIBBED

the performance of his contempor- the poverty<< of men who lack

,aries. Among the far-reaching effects true purpose in their lives. RUBBER SOLES
of his Influence may be Stanley Yankus "The Pursuit of
counted the excellent re-enlist- Happiness," telenet of Mind 5-63

ment rate, moral discipline and

performance of those persons with 9E 99t
whom he has had professional as- NOW! -

sociation. Regarded by officer and

enlisted man alike as an Individualto
be relied,upon to. provide that ONE-WAY FURLOUGH FARES REGULAR 99* VALUE

Inspirationand leadership requisite .
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to fleet operational commitments .
LADIES
he singlehandedly and FOR EXAMPLE: _. JAMAICASIZE
with firm dedication to purpose engineered -
and presented a multifaceted JACKSONVILLETO

training designed -
program SHORTS
\J to Increase the effectiveness -
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xf the aircrewmen attachedtc 10-18
his command. Grawrock's tech-
NEW YORK 22.20WASHINGTON
nical competence. Initiative and
devotion to duty reflect credit upon SAVE 22<
himself and the naval service."

Grawrock is an exceptional Individual 19.05.
who can easily be rated WOMENS

among the top ten percent of all THESE
Ute Navy's petty officers a spokesman -
said. Because of his excep- I ITEMS
JAMAICA
tional qualifications he has been _Advance Reservations For Information and
PLUS
assigned to a billet which normallyIs Available. ReservationsTravel

the responsibility of a lieu-
Any Day CALL ELgln 3-1244 MANY
tenant. Grawrock has been selected SETS
tor promotion to ensign in Sep- 2 MORE!
tember under the Limited 150 Ibs. checked baggage Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Duty
Program.This allowance, plus baggage 500 Water StreetJacksonville PIECE

you wish to carry. Fla. 1.77 1
is the third SecNav award SIZE 10-18
made to a VAP-62 man during the .

past year.
Other personnel who have received AT UK TIC Un Our 'Lay-A- -
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Peter Retires After 42 Years With ..' .

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By Marc Whetstone, J01

Supply Department's General Thursday here at NAS on the occasion been with the Federal Service 42
Food Inspector Joseph Peter,was of his retirement from the years.At + 4 q YIs
paid special recognition last Department of Agriculture. HehadNACKLE ceremonies held In Captain
John D. Sullivan's office in the
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Supply building, the captain com- y
mended Peter for his outstanding
proficiency as a food inspector and
for the superior service renderedto
the NAS Supply Department during f
his 22 years service here. In ,
particular, he pointed out, "Your
initiative, interest and skill inpro-
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viding; food Inspection service has -
made a significant contribution to
the accomplishment of the Supply
Department mission. wish to
f! WITH 1957 convey the congratulations of all Capt. John D. Sullivan..Joseph Peter
Supply Department personnel and (Official Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))

r FLORIDALAND to express my personal appreciation -
for the excellence of
contribution to the overall
PRICESI! your
mission of the Supply Department Senator Russell Hopeful
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f AT EXCITING Peter began his federal service

MACKLE- BUILT career at the age of 18 on Feb- About Military Pay HikeGood
ruary 1, 1919, at Richmond, Va.
DeLtonaIN During his early years with the
Agriculture Department he workedas news seems to be on the Senator Russell is chairman of
a processor In packing houses.In way for all military personnel the Senate Armed Services Com-
THE LAND OF THREE SEASONSI 1935 he began a five-year assignment concerning the military pay raise mittee which has ordered public
at New London Conn.,as bill. Hearings by a Senate six- hearings on the House-approved
\11. Here Is your opportunity to 'Invttt In''Florida'snewest the food inspector for the Coast man subcommittee are expectedto military pay-boost bill.
and most Cnitidby ....
exciting development
begin on 16. -
Florida' Famous Mickli Brothers, Dtltona Guard Academy after which he Tuesday July
) was scientifically designed for irowthl It Is transferred to the Submarine "I'm pretty certain the Senate
FLORIDA located on new U.S. Interstate 14 and 'In I
GOLDEN 1f' true ana of progress! Homssltis in stlllni Base, New London. will approve some Increases in Every time someone "blows his
now well Don't miss the The Naval Yard military pay and I hope we can "
TRIANGLE. I '<1, boat! Gst ill!!the facts now! Brooklyn was stack, all he is accomplishing Is
his next assignment, and then as complete action before the civil smudging up the neighborhood with
..' 80 FT. x 125 FT. HOME-* a meat grader for government pro rights issue comes up for floor stale soot out of his own hair-
DAYTONA SITES INCL. CENTRAL 1095 cessing at the New York Market action," said Senator Hichard B. trigger disposition. Dr. Galen
DACHitJ WATER MAIN AS LOW District. Russell, D-Ga. Starr Ross, Sunshine Mag.
AS =1 15 PER MONTH After another brief assignmentat
/ELTONA New London, the native of Mass-
$10 STARTS YOU ON YOUR WAY achusetts transferred to the Jacksonville '
TO OWNERSHIP FOR THF BEST DEALS ON TH J BEST AUTOMOBILES!
Naval Air Station in Sept-
.,,, < ,'R Includes guaranteea low simple interestonuwoo tember 1940. See Moon MullinsLCDR.
t say rate of 5% per annum. Peter Is an avid outdoorsman, --
(Limited number of oversize standardayronae.aohttMLorf.nae.aMl.
COCOA I spending the majority of his vaca- / fUSW RET.)
tiomesites available on a first-come, first-
; ; served basis at extra tion periQds traveling and camp-
no chirpD
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Coca M MI.i|CM Canaveral:14 IIi:
Com In or Writ for full-oolor Ing throughout the western portionof at SHANNON BROTHERS, INC.
Booklet on Deltonal the U.S."Now .
that I've reached what they In the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
call the retirement age," said the
FREE TOURS DAILY! former Inspector, "My wife andI New RenaultsePeugeotpeStudBbakers. -
plan to do a good deal more
in the New
traveling particularly
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/ Chief. Brewer Named AsSupply's MoviesMovies NATlUnit Kill or Cure

will be shown regularlyat Hospital Maytime
7 p.m. 'on Monday through Sat- Sunday, July 7
urday;' at 2 p.m. and '1 p.m. 'on
June Personality Saturday and Sunday, at the Main- Mainslde Dr. Blood's Coffin
side and NATTU Theaters and at NATTUnit -Julius Caesar

7 pm. only on Sunday at the Hospital Hospital Kill or: Cure
Chief Commissaryman HenryW. pearance of the galleys and mess r t 1: Theater. These times aresub-
Brewer was honored last halls Up to the highest standards." ject to change. Monday July 8
Thursday by the NAS Supply Officer The captain further commended Malnside Diamond Head
Captain John D. Sullivan Chief Brewer for the latter's partIn Thursday July 4 NATTUnit Dr.: Blood's Coffin
upon his selection as the Supply closing the central butcher shop Mainslde Maytime i Hospital -Julius Caesar
Department's Personality for the and establishing a butcher shop in NATTUnit Dr. No JuI 9
month of June. each galley. As a result of this Hospital Trial and Error Tuesday ly
The Commissary Division chief action, there Is better control of Malnside Kim
petty officer was lauded by Capt meat, Items and it reduces the Friday, July 5 NATTUnit Diamond Head
Sullivan who said during the ceremonies amount of space needed in the past. Mainslde Kill or Cure Hospital Dr. Blood*? Coffin

... "through his outstanding "His military leadership and NATTUnit Maytime' Wednesday,July) 10
leadership abilities he has personal example have been Hospital Dr. NoSaturday :
brought the food, service and ap- superior In every respect," added Mainslde Son of'Fbibber,
Capt. Sullivan. July 6 'NATTUnit Kim

Chief Brewer is a native' of Malnside -Julius Caesar Hospital-; Diamond HeadSTONE
Wilkinson County, Ga., and has
been In the Navy since October
Applications 1944. He wears several military Orange Part, Fla.V .
awards, among which are the
Now Asiatic Pacific, World War II Victory -
Accepted
Medal, American Defense, '
Korean Service and five stars on ( DAY CAMP
his Good Conduct Medal.Railroads .
For Polio Ins.The
Henry W. Brewer, CSC FOR SOTS AND GIRLS 6 to 14

NAS Sax Polio Insurance '
Group will continue to accept applications Offer Men Leave : Transportation And Lunch 12.5 Per Week
for enrollment through on Furnished.For .

Friday, July 19 it was announcedthis i Information Calk

week. Station employees may Reduced FaresRailroads ORANGE PARK .C04.9996 OTHER AREAVEVg.-Q546
} enroll as new members or renew One-Way
their existing contracts. Member-

ship is open only to civilian em- are following In the pounds of baggage checked in bag-
ployees here It was pointed out. tracks of the Nation's airlines In gage cars without additional e CompleteCoverage
The effective date of new pol-
offering new, reduced one-way charge, plus any hand'luggage
icies will be 14 days after the coach fares to military personnelon ried In coaches or chair cars with !
date of the station
anniversary leave, It was announced this passengers. a e a
group, July 25, 1963. Policies being week. Stopovers for sight-seeing or
renewed remain in current The new rates will be half of visiting friends may be made at d d I AUTO LIABILITY
force with no break in coverageif the cost of low round-trip leave any point en route without limit c C. : FIRE MARINE HOMEOWNERS
renewal is made during the enrollment rates now in effect. Formerly the of ticket. No tax will be chargedIt
period. All policies remain CASUALTY LIFE
reduced leave price was available was pointed out.
In force for one year. only on a round-trip basis. To take advantage of these new Low Down Payments. -
The polio insurance plan The fares will Include up to 150 fares, servicemen must travel In Easy Monthly Payments
provides protection in the amountof uniform and if requested must Representing Military Underwriters
$10,000 for each subscriber and
show leave or other pass papers.
individual covered by the policy, talned for the Department Repre- The reduced fares also are AUTO INSURANCE FOR
and covers expenses Incurred dur- sentatives: Overhaul and Re- available to members of foreign
ing a period of three years from pair Department, Angela Vol- Allied military forces traveling at MILITARY PERSONNELBusiness
the date of diagnosis polio. CareY lbrecht and Division Offices
their own expense. Business 388-3583 Home RA 43249BO
: :
and Premiumsin
provided under the policy covers (Place applications
all hospital expenses, all medical box in main lobby in C&R); L EN-WRIGHT
expenses, cost of rental of Iron Public Works Department Main- irsciEANCtEAR THROUGH;
lung, braces, and other similar tenance, Janice Hogan; Building AT WESTCONNETT 6483 Roosevelt Boulevard
mechanical equipment, nursingcare 903, Earline Jacobsen; Supply Department LAUNDRY 5, DRY CLEANERSWe
and The Irene Lane Data Pro-
transportation. polio ;
Feature........
Cecelia Mc-
insurance plan pays regardless of cessing Department
hospitalization or medical expense Dannold; Comptroller Depart- Drive In Service CONVENIENT I
plans employees may now own. ment, Betty Jo Barthlow; Security Open Mon.. Sat., 7-6:30:
However, those who have coverage Department, William H. Harden, Dry Fold 8c lb. RIVER.SIDE CHEVROLET
under the Federal Administration Department
Employees Jr., Min. toad 50c
Health Benefit Program will be Marion McGreevy; Public Works Wet or dry 5$ lb.
subject to the "double coverage" Transportation, Beth Evening and Shirts finished 22* lb. CEDAR HILLS
provisions of the plan which they Utilities, Jeanette Reilly; and Industrial Dye WorkVfestconnett
selected. Relations Department
The cost of a family contract Milo Jones, Jr. At 103rd 771.2856

which covers employee, spouse CENTER
and all unmarried children to
up
'" age 21 Is $4.00 per year. The SAVE NOW ON A TOW NEW
cost of a single contract Is $2.00

per submitting year. Employees new applicationsmust renewingor 50'x 10' 2-BEDROOM Our Conveniently

submit a personal check, Located Lot In The

bank amount or postal of the money appropriate order In pre-the MOBILE HOME! Cedar Hills Shopping Center

mium with their application. Such
payment must be made payable NOW ONLY FOR:
only to "Pacific Mutual Life Insurance -

Company". The canceled $ BEST TRADES..BEST
S587 TERMSON
check or money order stub will
serve as the receipt for the pre- .
mium. CHEVROLETS, CHEVY II'S, CORVAIRSq
Employees desiring to renew or LOCALLY BUILT _
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lations Department, Building 907. SAVE eON MIDDLE-PIIONE 359-5370
MAN CHARGES .
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Home For Sale Near NAS. 3 BR, For Sale 3 BR,2 Bath,new home,

FIVE GOOD CAUSES Mrs. W. L. Hoagland, JOWC president and Mrs. H. A. Hall, Magnolia Ball 2 B, sep dining room. New paint, corner lot, 'near school, church,

Chairman, pre "U$2,600 to five charities. Representative recipients are Dr. J. Imburg, who as* Large 9-089L lot. Low down payment.EV NAS. CO 4-6682.

cepts $600 for the HAS Pediatric Ward; Mrs. Patricia W. Pugh, Day Nursery Association of Duval For Sale 6 room house & 4

County, $500; Capt. George Wickman, Pine Castle School $500; Miss Eva Byrd, Daniel Memorial For Rent Furnished 2 BR house lots at 3501 Nolan St. 384-95SOL
Home, $500; and Mrs. Margaret Clees, NAS Jax Library, $500. The contributions were primarily near NAS & Cecil Field. $50.00
raised at two annually sponsored JOWC events, the Magnolia Ball and Frontier Days. per mo. SP 1-1677. $68. per mo. only $100 dn. -
buys this 3 BR. home eqpd. with
Apt. Furn. for Rent Herschell Range & Ref. Conv. to NAS &

3859, 4 rms. & bath, yard, porch, Cecil. Call anytime355-2631Ser-
I3 r=1r=Ir:3.r:3: garage, elec. $70.00 EV 7-1950. vice Realty Bkr.

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House For Steal 3 BR,2 B,house Sleeping Room priv. bath, priv.
I' :: : E.Ic..I > with carpets, drapes & fenced-in ent., reasonable rates 3688 EloiseSt.
yard, $700.00 equity ALL FOR .
r' '\rI'I.II"h t I M d>jh ;J">1 / ,' $150. 5115 Redstone Dr. Call
film 771-0765. Leaving this week. For Sale 1951 Plymouth Ex-
F
"J cellent condition $150.00 Ph 724-
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;i >j"t* SUMMER For Rent House on Lit. Sante 9478 see at 1846 Layton Rd.

Fe Lake. Sleeps 12, elec, kit.
priv. dock. Excel. fishing, swim- FOR SALE Off. Dress Khaki and
P wBiBBrl ming, skiing. Call EV 8-7444 after Dress Blues size 42 pants 33x33
itukti-l* vvvyv* 7 p.m. for reserv. Bridge coat like hew. Ph. 724-

m i 'm tf.f,,,,,,,, ,. ,,? v? *, 9478.
For Sale Extremely nice 3 BR,
.0.O4.fit uMMM.MM/MOWWYM/Mww+N00fMw.Nwywy }! home with den. Will sacrifice For Sale House in Sanford,

r nearly $3000. equity. 4409 Anvers FLA. 3 Bd.Rm.kltch equip. accessto
r..: Blvd. SP 1-5507. Lt. Jack A. Nel- lake Get large equity cheapPh.
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24" Motorized son, MSC, USN. 7249478.He .

Rotisserie Grill {+ For Sale 6666 Burpee Dr. So.

3 BR, 2 B, LR, DR, paneled den.
who is not aware of the am-
Built-in range & oven, disposal
.y biguity of his perfection as a per-
dishwasher, Patio, fenced yard.20
and his
son in work is not ,yet
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for fully adjustable grid positions. $ Sews on buttons, makes buttonholes Time. .**
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monograms
fancy designs.
cooking.: Heavily plated grid, spit 888 Original price $250.00.. Fay off Drudgery is as necessary to call
out the treasures of the mind
and two adjustable skewers.Qual- as
I balance $68.20 or take up payments
ity motor and cord. Large, wide- of $18.00 per mo. Call 3531946or harrowing and planting those of the
track, 5" rubber tired wheels; 1" "__' CH 6-2282. earth. Margaret Fuller, Forbes.
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U.S. 6th Fleet to Flex amphibious maneuver will test

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Muscles in NATO Test strip of land divided between

Athens, Greece (AFPS)--The Greece and Furkey.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Thrace is vulnerable because
(NATO) will hold a two- only 16 to 56 miles of it separate
20" week maneuver during Septemberto Communist Bulgaria from the
Rotary prove that NATO forces could north coast of the Aegean Sea.
thwart any enemy attemptto Its defense would depend en-
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Adm. RickoverTo country need his continued serviceso Acey Diicy Inn
long as he is willing and ableto CPO Club Bluejackets
contribute."

Be Recalled: .Referring to the admiral's contributions Club DoiM'sThursday
to his country, the Secretary ','.', Notes

After RetirementWashington but that said Vice, "There Admiral is no Rickover question, Thursday, July 4 Thursday: July 4 July 4
Club open 12:00 Cau: Dance to Carl
is responsible for the rapid devel- Country and Western Night Teenage 8:00 p.." & 8-12
Swimming noyd Rhythm Kings p.m.
8:30 p.m. ll30p.m. .
and
opment continued world pre- 11:00 p. \ "1 t
(AFPS--) When Vice eminence of the United States In Friday, July 5 Friday' July I 5 Friday, July 5
Adm. Hyman G. Rickover retires the field of nuclear power." Dance to Phil CaV&: Chantels 9:00
The continued Dance to Mark Castle and his Dance "
next February he'll Immediatelybe Secretary "His to Johnny Arnold 4 p.rru 1:00 a.'m.Saturday '
recalled to active duty by Sec- (Admiral Rlckovers ) vision, untiring Combo Adult Swimming 8:00 p.m. IfcOO
retary of the Navy Fred Korth.In and determined efforts,oftenIn 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m. p.m. ,,July 6

announcing the, decision to the face of discouraging Saturday, July 6 Saturday, July 6 Dance to Carl Boyd & Rhythm
tration and
recall the admiral; Secretary misunderstanding,have Kings 8:00 p.m. 1:00a.m.
made an immeasurable contribution Dance to Bud Clark Dancing I to Charlie Jay
said "While I
,
Korth recognizethat
Vice Admiral ,Rickover has : to one of the strongest 8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m. Adult Swimming 8:00 p.m. 11:00 Sunday, July 7

earned a peaceful retirement, I deterrents to the encroachment Sunday, July 7 p.m' March Wilson & Redcoats 8:00 -
Navy and the of communism upon the areas 7 12:00
the
feel that Sunday, July a.m.
of the free world." Game Night 5:30p.m. 8:30p.m.
Dance Harold ," ,' ,
Walls
to Trio Dancing fo Mach Four Monday; July 8
-k. :?: *6 1} 8:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Adult Swimming 8:00 p.m. 11:00 Dining& Dancing

Monday, July 8 p.m. Monday, July 8 Tuesday, July 9
WHEN Happy Hour
Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July 9 Teenage Swimming 8:00 p.rn.-
WAS THE LAST TIME 1 Game Night 7:30p.m.-10:00p.m. 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 10

9 Game Night 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July
YOU BUOY ED Wednesday, July 10
Happy Hour
Happy Hour 4:00p.m. 6:00p.m. By the time a man is old enough
Lire Maine Lobster Wednesday, July 10 to read a woman like a book,
q) Chateaubriad Bouquetiere '11 Navy Launches Western Nlte Country Drifters he's too'old to start a library.

Chukar Partridge Rissoto

Suckling Pig Rissoto Two Submarines Five Patron '16 Men
r Elk Steak

A YARDOJF DEER? In Twin Ceremony Presented' With AwardsFive


i Next Time You Eat Out eft Groton, Conn. (AFPS--Twonu-) Patrol r, Squadron Sixteen leadership.The .

Escape The Every Day At 1 clear submarines, the Polaris enlisted men were cited at cere- Good Conduct Awards, tra-
missile submarine Tecumseh and monies held on Friday June 28. ditionally presented to IndividualsIn
the attack submarine Flasher, One man received Aircrewman recognition of their "faithful,
were launched here In a simultaneous Wings while the others were presented zealous and obidient naval ser-
ceremony.It Good Conduct Awards. vice", went to William F.German
was a big day for the Navy Commander Lester H. Bootee, ATN2, first award; Leonard D.
$49 with launchings of two other nuclear squadron commanding officer Fallalzc, ATI, third award; Ken-
submarines, the Polaris made the presentations following neth J. Jenkins ATI and ConlyA.
missile submarine John C. Cal- inspection of the group. Ownby, I ADJC each received
houn at Newport News, Va., and Homer E. Johnson, Jr., ADR2 their fifth award.
the Polaris-armed Daniel Booneat was the recipient of the Air Crew-
1035 RIVUSOE$ AVENUE Vallejo Calif. man Wings. Candidates for the Interne: "Are you married?"
The twin launchings here took Wings must complete an exacting Patient: "No, I've been hit bya
b :?: > ( the General
;> Gt place at DynamicsCorporation's series of requirements including truck."
Electric Boat qualifying in several crew positions -
Division shipyard.An in the SP-2E "Neptune"patrol
hour before the cermonies bomber. In addition they I
LOOK TO began, a submarine that bore the must demonstrate a high degree of
BROOKS name Flasher in WWII was towed proficiency In survival techniques,
from the nearby Navy Submarine first aid, communication and
Base at New London, on her way
BEST SELECTION OF USED to the scrap heap. The old, Flasher
was launched here 20 years ago.
The new Flasher is a sister snip! Unlike the Tecumseh the
CARS IN JACKSONVILLE of the USS Thresher. She is 279 Flasher does not carry strategic
feet long and displaces 3,750 tons) Polaris missiles. Her mission is
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Anyone interested in playing Deadline for enterics is Monday,
tennis in the Sixth Naval District July 8.
Tournament should contact Frank The tournament will be held at
McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director, NAS Cecil Field, July 22-25.
Bldg. 3 Malnside Gym. Ext. 585.



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WORK and complete participation! in every event seemed to be the key to success for the .11

VAP-62 team as they splashed to the NAS Intramural Swimming Championship. They are, front
rowL( to R) Eugene Worth Tommy L. Fountain, Carl Freel and Henry Livrett. (Second row), BobO'NeillNick USED CARS

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through Friday, June 28.
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Annual 'Mural Meet AMERICAN LEAGUE

NARTU 12 4
N Ordnance 12 5
Competitive swimming set the evening was Erwin Schniederman of AF679 11 7''
scene at the NAS Indoor Pool Tues Supply who took first! In the 100 VP-16 10 6
day, June 25 as six Station units meter free-style, first1" In the 50 VAP-62 9 8VA45
met to contend for annual laurals meter breaststroke add tied for 9 ; 9
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of the NAS Intramural SwimmingMeet. fourth in the 50 meter freestyle.All VP-18 7 11'
teams earned points, which A/C Malnt 6 12
Light Photographic Squadron apply to the "Ironman Trophy" O& R 5 10
Slxty-Tvo came out atop the heap count. Final standings were: FAW-11 4 13
by amassing a total of 26 pointsin Meet Ironman
the seven-event meet. T earn Pts. Pt*. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Age Mo. Gov. Allotment
The Photo Swimmers who laggedin VAP-62 26 500 Hospital 18 1
third and fourth positions most Hospital 19 1/2 400 VP-30 15 3VP 20 $5.41
of the night, burst into the lead Supply 16 :300 -' 16 6 25 $5.57
in the last two events by winninga NavSec Gru Det 15 200 ComFalrJax 13 7 1 30 $5.86
first in the 200 meter relay, o& R 71/2 100 Supply 11 8 35 $6.55
* and first and second in the three VP-30 2 100 Admin 11 8 1. Annual dividends

meter diving. Crash& Fire 10 9 2. All family members added for less tban 6f a day.
Point winners for VAP-62 were Despcnsary 9 9
Eugene Warm, third in the 50 Marines 5 14 For Further Information Call:
meter breaststroke; Len Robertson FAETU 3 14
fourth in the 150 meter individual -' Softball Finals NAMTG 2 16 RICHARD M. SHAW
medley; Henry Livrett, and
Tommy Fountain, first and second Set For Monday"Providing "S v/ng Personal Security N** respectively in 3 meter diving;and 7th Floor F'etcher' Bldg. EL 5.3487 or 3488
the 200 One Thousand R/wrslde/ Ave. Aft.r 5 p.m. EV 8.3252
winning meter freestyle Thursday and Friday.
relay, comprised of Nick Caruso, there are no com- The PlayOffs will be bracketed
Bert Carey, Tommy Fountain and
double elimination
plications, the NAS Intramural according to
Henry Livrett. Softball Play-Offs will begin Mon- method whereby the first place
A notable individual in the meet
day night at 7 p.m. at Enter- American League team meets the ENJOY CONVENIENT
was Lt. Dave Rouse, of Naval Security -
prise Field," Frank McCaffrey, second place National League team
Group, who won three events -
NAS Athletic Director, said.If and visa-versa. Then, the winner MOBILE HOMELIVING
capturing more points than that unforseen event, such as plays the winner and the loser
any other single person. rain, should occur, the Play-Offs plays the loser until any one team AT JACKSONVILLE'SLOWEST
Another big point winner for the ,,would then be moved back to Is eliminated by losing twice.

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NEW FORD TruckVANS young moderns on the GO !
Bishop, an all-area high e _.,
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Fla., behind some solid putting, PICK.UPS
shot a 36-hole 147 to take the LIFT GATES 5887Roosevelt
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Tournament at NAS Cecil, Satur-
day and Sunday. Mote Yourself 50% SPECIALLONG.DISTANCE TRAILER Blvd.

l Bishop? firing even par-72,golf '....And. 'Save. ...Up. Tort. .... Phone '
the first round dropped a couple RATES MART
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I Jax SPC I In Birmingham! !

3y Marc u/l J01

One segment of the Birmingham, where they enlisted in the Navy kydiving is attributed primarilyto
Ala., Third and Fourth of July last October 28. They are Cherry that of a third female memberof
Air Show celebrations Includes the and Gerry McGraw, twin Waves the Navy 'cute club, petite Wave
Sports Parachute Club oftheNavalAir from Sunflower, Miss., now assigned Sheila Kavanaugh of NAS Commun-
Station, Jacksonville, Fla. to the NAS Military Person- ications who Has over 50 jumpsto
Tv u of the 11 members of the nel Office. her credit.
Club returned to [ The McGraw twins have been associated -
Birmingham Their
J ax interest in the sport of
with the club only a short
time, although both have made
dial EV 8-7676 static-line descents. Cherry has
hit the silk four times while her
MILITARY sister Gerry has managed once.
Because Parachute Club of ,....

America regulations require jump CHUTE FOLDING TWINS Cherry and Gerry McGraw (L to R),
INSURANCE participants to have at least five twin Wave members of the Jax Navy Sports Parachute Club, busily
lIAB11.1 before
AUTO static-line jumps taking
fold a parachute at the club house* Both girls are'in Birmingham,
part In a public aerial demonstration -
YAQTNuraNwwt the 5* :3", blue-eyed 18- Ala., today as part of a Fourth of July parachute demonstration'team. :
ttAM Ubla.COVR year old twins are not eligible to (Official Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))
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jump In Birmingham but are Instead -
''McDOUG ALL'S INSURANCE AGENCY a part of the highly im-
6463 Roosevelt Blri-Netr NA&Jsctsoa.illsMAKE portant ground team, maintainingthe
club's parachutes, jumping Whatz Doll'IIeaIllu1u71
equipment, keeping a check on wind
SURE velocity and giving jumpers direction -
readings by means of smoke _

signals.Another Dirmlnghamlan also \ ;
YOUR NEW HOME travelled to the air show with the .
club from Jacksonville. He is Chuck Phillips Frank Layne
Lieutenant J.W. Pearson of VP- Indoor Pool By Red Cross
ISA 30. He is co-piloting the C-117
transport aircraft flown by
the Jacksonville, Fla., Navy Re- Motor boating can be great take your entire family to a known
RESALEVALUEPROTECTED cruiting Officer, Lieutenant Com- family fun--or> family tragedy.To and tested shallow water location
mander John Brown. novices; I In handling' of boats, and go through some drills to
The Jacksonville Club is the only the Red Cross says: ."Know your determine the boats floatability,
INVESTMENT! Navy unit taking part In this year's boat, know your waters, know your practice safe methods for re-
Birmingham celebrations In the limitations r' entering an overturned boat, and
air. The show began yesterd witha The Red Cross Field Director test life jackets and other floatable
mass jump with three other par- offers these safety rules: objects.
I Preferred AreaMaintenanceFree achute clubs. These jumps were L Upon buying a boat, first 2. Try out your boat In water
r Quality Construction made from an altitude of 12,500 you can stand up In. Swamp it,
/ Low Price and Monthly PaymentsIn feet with the 'chutists free fallingfor Jax Sanford then hang on to the sides, or
60 seconds before pulling their overturn It and le: two or more
rip cords. members of the family lock arms
Westwood you get all three. Later the same day,the Jax Club Win One EachTop across the upturned bottom.
Come out today and see for yourself put on special demonstrations involving Intramural Softball players 3. Have the entire family take
eight of the 11-man team. part In this little drill. You'll
again gathered at Enterprise Field
3 & 4 Bedrooms, 1, IX & 2 Baths They also jumped from 12,500 feet last Saturday, June 29 to meet a discover that most likely your boat
$10,950.$12,800-FHA-VA Terms with delays of 60 seconds during tough Sanford team in an will float, and you will conclude
which organ- that it will be best for the
time they performed var- usually
Only 63.79 Month izational double header.
ious loops, crosses and passed a With only a portion of the team family to stay with the boat, even
before their chutes. It's rather than
baton opening though capsized,
that went to Moody AFB the week
u CONVtNItNT Tentive plans were to have at before, the new diamondmen fared leave it and strike out for shoreIf
least four Jacksonville jumpers they should become Involved In
a .bIt better in a "game apiece
making descentsevery hour during split." a water accident.

Tit "MIRACLE MILE" today's festivities.In The Jax team won the first game
addition to Cherry and Gerry 3-2 behind: stiff pitching Harry
of NEW MAINTENANCE'FREE/ QUALITY HOMES McGraw and Sheila Kavanaugh the Shelly of NA TW. He went all the
Jacksonville Sport Parachute Club way, allowing only seven hits and EXPRESSWAY
By HOWARD and DAVIE COMPANYJust members In Birmingham are Dave striking out 11.
off 103rd St. Schmuck (club president) Harry Winning run came in the tenth APARTMENTSNow
1 Mile West of Blanding Blvd. Wood, Jim Parson, Rick Marini, inning when Joe Counts of Hosp-
Miles Gebson, Jim Crockett, ital, was hit by a pitched ball
Larry Parmer and Jack Chamber- Jerry Stephenson, VP-30, the next renting 2Vi Bedrooms
11n.AIR man up, hit a sacrifice fly, advancing Conveniently located to
Counts to second. Counts
Downtown and NAS.
BASEMOTORS stoled third and later came in when
Eddie Peake, Hospital got his FURNISH......$70.00
iu..c.: second hit of the night to send UNFURNISHED.. $55.00
him across with the winning score.
New and Used Cars The second game turned into a
bombing battle with Sanford scor- Cleo Davis
ing six runs In the sixth inningto
Retired
All Salesmen U.S.N. take that game 9-8.
"Charles Hoffman of AF679 and REALTORS-INSURORS
Eddie Peake looked real good with 588 S. EDGEi WOOD
Before you buy any new or used car -- the bat," commented Frank Mc- EV 46444SKATELAND

Caffrey, team manager.


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