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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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 f i I expression 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 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION
NO. 21 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA AUGUST 1 1.. 1963
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C apl. Decker Assumes Duties PKY FLA.LIBRARY HISTORY"


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By Marc Whetstone, JOl
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Captain Arthur T. Decker, a lative: of Scranton, Pa., assumed duties as Chief of Staff to Commander
\ Fleet Air Jacksonville, Monday, rel lieving Captain Vincent F. Casey who retired yesterday.
I Capt. Casey served as the Chiefof
j Staff for the
y past two years
Y a +av under Rear Admiral Joseph M.
Carson (now retired) and Rear
Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, pre-
sent ComFairJax Commander. He
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served 28 years In the Navy and +
now plans to make his home In
Cape Coral, Fla.
The new Chief of Staff, also a
f A r tS tS"IT'S veteran 6f 28 years Naval ser-
vice, reports to Jacksonville fol-
lowing his assignment In Hawaiias
the head of Current Operations
YOUR COMMAND NOW" says Lt. Col. Percy F. Avant Branch on the Joint Staff of the
(right) as he presents the colors and command of the Marine AvIation Commander-in-Chief, Pacific
Detachment at the Naval Air Station to Lt. Col. John Urell. Fleet.
(USMC Photo by GySgt ,Wes Ward). In that post Capt. Decker guided t
17 select officers of branches i"H .

LI.L Cot Urell Is New of logistic service requirements In fulfilling of all the trouble Fleet CHIEF OF STAFF CHANGE Capt. Vincent F..._Casey hands the

spots In the Pacific and Asia re- aiguillette he wore two years as Chief of Staff for CamFairJax to
, gions.He. his successor Capt. Arthur T. Decker during informal' ceremonies
Marine Aviation Del. COBy began his military career, last Monday. CaPt. Casey retired yesterday after 28 years Naval '"
after attending school in both service. Capt. Decker came to RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite's staff
Aliquippa and Kingston, Pa., when from an assignment on the Joint Staff of the Commander-in-Chief,
GySgt Wes Ward he graduated from Annapolis In Pacific, Hawaii. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))

The Marine Aviation Detachment received a new commanding officer June 1935.
and executive officer at Informal change of command ceremoniesheld His first assignment was aboard
last Friday. Lieutenant Colonel John Urell became the new commanding the heavy cruiser USS Louisville Thunderbolt Pilot Earns
until early 1938 when he was accepted -
officer and Major William J. Hinson assumed the executive
omcers duties.Lieutenant for flight training at Pen-
Colonel and combat cargo loading officer. sacola. He subsequently receivedhis
Percy F.
Avant, who commanded the detach- The Marine instructors Aviation Detachment and promotion to lieutenant junior Six Es' In Six Events
provides support
ment for the past three years was (Continued On Page 8))
the
transferred to Norfolk Va. for assistance to approximately 'n&.. t t ie a rea. ofcom. pe titivebomb-.
with Fleet 1600 Marines graduating each year ,- ,.,. : ,
duty Headquarters, ; ing exercises, a pilot who earns
from the Aviation Electricians,
Marine Force, Atlantic. Major three or maybe just two "Es"
Ordnance and Mechanical
Aviation
Malcolm A. Hill, former executive 1 :4L feels that he has done somethingvery
Fundamentals Course here at the TIr
officer was transferred to the worthwhile..and he has.
Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Naval Air TechnicalTratningUnit.Position But what can be said of a pilot

Point, N.C.Lieutenant. who gets every possible "E" out
Colonel Urell a Open For of a series of six events?
Naval Aviator since 1943 came r Such a pilot is Lieutenant (jg)
here after completion of Senior WriterSchool Phil Richardson, an A-1H Sky-
School at Quantico Va. He flew Sports raider pilot with Attack Squadron
dive bombers in the Pacific during 176 better known as the Thunder-
World War 11 and was with the bells are ringing once r bolts.Lt.. ,
first Marine Corps helicopter again for Leon Dulin, J03, thus (jg) Richards recently received -
squadron in Korea. Between the leaving vacant the Sports Editor's rAN all standard scores high
wars, he flew mostly fighter planeson desk. enough for qualification for the
the West Coast. Anyone assigned to NAS jack- "E" in all squadron bombing
He was one of the first Marines sonville who enjoys sports year- events.In .
assigned to the KC 130F 6V-1 round and has talent for writing the six runs made, flying his
(in-flight refueling) program. He sports copy is invited to inquire single-place attack bomber, the
was operations officer of the first about being permanently assignedto young pilot's bombs landed within -
Marine Corps In-flight refueling the NAS Service Information 50 feet of the target In day
squadron, VMGR-352 at El Toro, Office, by visiting or calling SIO, bombing exerclses..wlthtn 65 feet
Calif. Bldg. L Rm. 215. Ext. 272, or on night bombing runs..25 feet ''Ith
Major Hinson, a Naval] Aviator the Air News Office, Bldg. 1 air-to-ground rockets..two50 et
since 1944, arrived here from Rm. 230, Ext. 8161. hits during low altitude simul ed
Cherry Point where he was an Interested persons must begood napalm approaches..and withi! 50
instructor In jet transition procedures. typists.In feet of target after executing he
Like Colonel Urell, he flew addition to gaining sports INSCRIBED PLAQUE for accomplishments during the pasty simulated pop-up delivery of < u-
dive bombers and fighters duringand writing experience all SIO per- or by the Waves Barracks Council is presented to Doris Kane, clear weapon.
Immediately after World WarII. sonnel are given the opportunity to YN1. vice president by Capt. J. R. Compton, NAS Commanding Under a point system, in o. ;.er
In Korea, he flew the Panther learn to operate the 4x5 Speed Officer during 21st Waves Birthday celebration held last Thurs to qualify for"E" awards, the pilot
Jet primarily on close air sup- Graphic camera, become acquainted day. Other members of the Council are Mary K. Mosely, RMCA, must score 90 out of a possible
port and bombing missions. Since with makeup and layoutof president; Linda Farmer, YN3, treasurer and Nancy Dimuzia, SN, 100 points.Lt. .
then he has commanded the Head- tabloid newspaper, plus gain- secretary. All the girls with the exception of Chief Mosely are assigned (jg) Richardson did just t'iatl
quarters Squadron at Cherry Point, ing valuable experience toward becoming to NATTU. She i is in the NAS Communications D pt. ( avy
served as a landing signal officer Navy Journalists. Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). (See Photo Page 9).r )



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JAX. AIB NEWS: :
Violation RecordFollowing

Freedom's MeaningPut -
Is a report of traffic
violations for the period July 21 The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
27. each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
through July published
it in Letter FormWe Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing, Company, a
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
NEWS must. be forwarded to the Service Information Office
week July 21-27. 7 Box 2, NitS Jacksonville, by 1200 noon on Monday before
service people are great ones for writing letters especiallywhen Total accidents this year through publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-
we are separated by long distances from our loved ones. We July 27 . . .156 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.t
write home to the .family( to friends, to relatives, describing the Number of accidents through July Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
sights. >*we'have iee'n'\jhfe::' people we have met. And once a year, If we 1962 . . . .165 such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
are really 'on'.the.ball' we can write a letter to some people most of concerning 8 Florida ..
Number Of Days Since Last Company, 4724 Clyde Drive,. Jacksonville ,
have'neVer met .
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Vehicle Accident 359-027L
In Motor 359-5140{) or
Injury Telephone
Thefrdd'ress' --Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. This year for I ............................. "
Do
they are asking to hear from us on the topic of What Can I
Freedom?" In a letter of 500 words or less. And of course, as In the NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis VOL. 21 NO. 21 AUGUST 1 I, 1963

past, there are Incentives in the form of 101 cash awards with the week. . . 85
top winner receiving a sizeable 1000. Speeding . . 25
The money Is a nice reason for taking part in the Letter Awards Reckless driving. .4
Program. However, it is not the most important. If we sit down and Going through a stop sign. 9 Violation For A PriceBecause
ask ourselves the question' "What Can I Do For Freedom?," we may Other violations. . 47
realize that we have not been applying ourselves to this goal in the Thirty-six drivers appeared before
manner we should. Also we may come up with a clearer Idea on just the Traffic Hearing Board at
what we can 'do for freedom.By the meeting held on July 29 1963. of the courts' opportunities to Improve driving habits,
being in uniform, service personnel are already actively engaged Disposition of the cases includedthe traffic law authorities condemn the policy of "violation for a price"
In defending their country, which is tantamount to doing some- following: ten lost driving apd forfeiting collateral, and not going to court.
thing for freedom. The next step is to get it down on paper. Don't parking privileges aboard the sta- The National Standards for
put it off; beat the Nov 1 deadline. Write your letter today. (AFPS) tion for various periods; eleven traffic courts recommend that all
assigned to complete an eight-hour persons charged with moving not only violators, but potential
hazardous violations be requiredto violators.
course in remedial driving instructions -
fourteen suspended appear In court and answer the 1. The public understands the

WHO WILL GET penalties; ; eight warnings given; charge in person.As importance of traffic laws, and
.. three referred to commanding officers to violation for a price, a respects them and obeys them.
for posslbledlsclplinary leading Florida judge says: 2. The courts continually Impress
YOUR INSURANCE] tion. "You've paid a fine, but you this fact upon violators. As one
haven't had the educational bene- prominent Floridian commented:
fits that come from being requiredto "These things will come about
?- ?- ?- go to court and.having explained when the people become convincedthat
In the event of the death of an ly taken place but the mother of 71 Pilots Named As to you the seriousness of your the widespread violation of
older war veteran, will his GI the veteran was still listed as a violation to yourself and your traffic laws is an ailment, and
insurance funds be distributed in chief beneficiary. In numerous Astronaut Candidates neighbor." that the courts are one of the means
accordance with his current other cases, the veteran had remarried These benefits, he pointed out, of curing that ailment if they are
wishes? but his former wife was Houston AFPS) -Seventy require that the court facilities, properly constituted and oper
Not in more than 50 percent of still listed as the beneficiary.Under one military pilots have been and the manner in which the pro- ated."
the cases, says the Veterans Administration the law,the VA must make spacecraft recommended center to as the astronaut manned ceedings are conducted, are suchas Here's what we need to re-
as the result of a recent payment to the beneflciar/of record candidates.The to create respect for the courts member: Proper court handlingof
survey. as named in writing by the 71 recommendations Include and law. traffic cases does reduce vio
The VA had directed a reminder policyholder, Gannon emphasized.The 26 from the Air Force By their handling of traffic lations-the cause of most of our
letter to policyholders 60 years VA will continue to senda 34 one Navy Army men man., 10 Marines and cases, judges can exert a com- accidents. It can make life safer
of age and older to check on the reminder to all GI policyholders A total of 271 applicationshave munity-wide Influence on the driving for every Floridian who uses our
beneficiary choices the veterans 60 years or older and will been received this year, attitudes of all motoristsThere's streets and highways.that .
had originally made as well as his notify other policyholders as they including 200 civilian volunteer -
.."... selection of a lump settlement or reach their 60th birthday. *. Three of the volunteers

payments over a period of time.In Younger veterans whose pre- are The women.total of 271 applicantswas
55 percent of the veterans' vious beneficiary selection has 18 more than the 253 who DangerIn
replies, changes were requested to been outdated by death, marriage, applied last year.
bring the Insurance settlement inline divorce, etc., may write directly
with the veterans' current to the office maintaining their Insurance DiscourtesyIn
wishes, B. J. Gannon, Officer in records should they wishto
this life one of the most "Who the dickens does
or
Charge, VA Office, Jacksonville, Initiate a change.Servicemen Then there's the
fellow
who'dUke frustrating, the most aggravating, he think he is?" or perhaps."Boyl!
said.Most may see their to buy one of those electric the selfish of If have
thosein most things we encounter I sure buffaloed him. you
common cases were Personnel Affairs or Finance Of- toothbrushes but doesn't
know if is obvious Impudent dis- reactions like these
experienced
which marriage had subsequent- ficer for the same purpose. his teeth are AC DC
or -
F.G.
Kernan courtesy. It can take many forms, while driving you were very likely
all of which can irritate{ the per- suffering from a lack of traffic
son upon whom they are inflicted etiquette.
to the point of apoplexy.One Because of the greater speedon
of the most dangerous formsof the open highways; discourtesyis

Air Force Test Center 9 ''VING ma. C OUt) discourtesy Is associated with likely to have greater con-
,.... traffic. Tons of flashing steel In sequences than on city streets.
Featured On WJXT Sun. '..'; i : .r all directions Is enough of a hazard Self-Interest and the golden rule
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A report on the amazing"birds"of i: { f.ll4.: :' \:(!1: -.,'f"'J ;; r.J'f.f21i.'J.: ; courtesy and Its hand-maiden- drive courteously but there are

the supersonic age and the test 1i" YtS : ; ;.. ;.; thoughtlessness. A sudden dis- enough people concerned with
who them will be featured f that
pilots fly courteous act can disrupt an otherwise "getting even" or "showing

on "The Twentieth Century"on ;...:......I..t.:. "I" orderly flow ol tratnc and guy where to get off" to cause
WJXT, Television 4, Sunday, / create an explosive situation in serious accidents.
f :
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August 4 at 6:00 p.m. '.( ; an Instant.
"From JettoDyna-Soar" traces ';: Men perhaps are the most fre-
the development of jet aircraft quent offenders, no doubt because
from the first ever flown In the i they do more driving. It has been
U.S. to the controversial X-20 said that their discourtesy stems

Dyna-Soar, a 10,000 pound space basically from some sort of need, -
reasearch glider-aircraft designed or desire, to convey to others
for dynamic soaring. that here comes a big man, a
The program was filmed entirely really Important fellow. Women i\
at the U.S. Air Force Flight on the other hand tend toward \t=
Test Center, Edwards Air Force discourtesy out of a lack of con-
Base Calif. sideration or regard for others. \
At first glance there
may seem to
be vague generalizations-but think

ART Art is the real history of MlGHTLANPMW yci a moment You of the drivers you know. Help Keep
their yourself, may have been
nations. Their politics, wars, America Strong
guilty just
as their the commerce calendar are or but the records clock is, ; t:; ..f. :;. OMA ClOUDl be guilty today yesterday or tomorrow., or you Have may Save regularly with

not time Itself. Max Weber, Time. you ever addressed yourself U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
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Something that is nearly Irreplaceable is a human being's eyesight.This ;"
can easily be lost through carelessness or thoughtlessness.In (.J
order to prevent loss of eyesight or damage to the eyes the Navy,
for _many years, has had an active "Sight Conservation Program". LIFE INSURANCE I
The aim of the program Is YOU AUTO HAVE .I
to prevent accidents and maintain -
..F occupational health through the times.
protection of both military and civilian (- With many recent technological
persons' eyesight.Here developments in the manufactureof
N. .
.. i at the Naval Air Station, glasses and eye protectors per-
the program Is administered by sons are not now required to wear
Charles Able, Safety Superintendent. two pairs of glasses. The "safety EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS
msg. glasses" are prescription type for
"We never on this station as far those persons who normally require -
as civilians are concerned have correction of sight. Another
lost an eye," said Able, "con- feature of the newer glasses Is
sidering the many eyehazardareas that they are heat-treated thus Now renting 2J.% Bedrooms
In such an Industrial complex enabling them to withstand much Conveniently located to

w this Is attestation to the pro- greater force. Downtown and NAS.
value." All employees are checked
grams FURNISHED......$70.00
HAZARDOUS JOB is mode much safer by wearing of safety glass In addition to the very human periodically to determine their
es. Here J. T. Ferguson machinist of the O&R Deg,} Machine Shop i aspect of eye loss It Is a very degree of vision. If It falls'below UNFURNISHED.. $55.00
wears prescription ground metal sptctacles with side shields,. expensive occurrence. The lost of certain standards they are
while operating an automatic screw machine which turns out small one employee's eye would cost examined by an optometrist to
parts. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) the government 19,000 plus.Com- determine If glasses are needed. Cleo Davis
pare this with $6,000 spent here This is all done at no cost to

during fiscal year 1962 for eye the employee. REALTORS-INSURORS
protection and It readily can be
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seen that the "Sight Conservation
Program" Is a relatively Inexpensive EV 4-6444
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pomtea oui.
At the present time 4,000 per-
sons aboard the station wear one
of 25 different types of eye pro-
Need goin' home ?
tectors ranging from metal money
spectales with side shields to
coverall goggles to welding hel-
mets.
The eye protectors are worn
throughout all departments of the
station where ever personnel) are
I l engaged ,in any operation or
process where eye hazards are
created by flying particles, liquids,
heat, glare or harmful light rays.
Any person passing through eye-
hazard areas,which are designatedby
a yellow checkerboard line,
must don one of the appropriateforms
of eye protectors. r.a
They are also made availableto fru
contractors and their employees
working aboard the station.If .
an employee Is found to be
industrially blind--that is sight In
PROTECTION FROM EYE-HAZARDOUS metal turnings and chipsis one eye completely or practically
offered C. H. Gibson of the O&R Dept. Machinist Shop by his missing--he is considered to be
plastic spectacles as he works at an engine lathe. This is just engaged In eye-hazardous work
one of 25 types of eye protectors worn by military and civilian per. regardless of his occupation or
sonnel here in eye-hazardous areas. (Navy Photo by Ran Gardner, work location and Is required to
PH2-P1)). wear protective eye wear at all


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DEMONSTRATING THE SHAT-
A PLASTIC FACE SHIELD protects L. T. May, machinist of the TERPROOFNESS of a pair Cedar Hills Shopping Center
O&R Dept. Machine Shop while he works on a turret lathe. Eye of metal spectacles with side 3734 Blending Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
protectors are worn by all personnel aboard the station who workin shields is Charles Able, NAS
eye-hazardous areas as part of the Navy's "Sight Conservation Safety Superintendent. (Navy 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541

Program". (Navy Photo by Ran Gardner, PH2-P1)) Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). Above office open Friday evenings until 8 P.M.





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O Fall Wives CharityThe Plan 1 VP-18 Host Daytona I I

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Jacksonville Officers'Wives I
Club Is planning anotherof '
its fashionable charity functionsfor E E Dancers In Iceland
this Fall with the theme basedon
"Nev. Orleans Night Life/'
according to the club president Members of Patrol Squadron Aviators of the squidron.
Mrs. A.N, Fowler. The event is Eighteen, Detachment Thirteen, The group was thank'edfor< their
scheduled for the evening of were hosts for the Departmentof cooperation and warmth In the
November 23. Defense entertainment group, entertainment of the Florida
Selected as committee chairmanfor "The Gardy and Louise Dancers," sailors from Jacksonville (In a
the affair Is Mrs. J.C. Stoo- of Daytona Beach, during part of short speech by Commander S.K.
pack who will be assisted directlyby the entertainers' stay at NS Mansfield, the Detachment Of-
Mrs. c.B. Newton, cochairman. Keflavlk, Iceland. The Flying ficer-in Charge. PATRON 18 Is
Phantons of VP-18 are per- commanded by Commander V.F,
A complete committee is expected manently based at NAS Jax, but Anderson.The .
to be selected sometime within are now deployed to Rota, Spain Grady and Louise Dancers, -,
the next two weeks, said Mrs. and Keflavik, Iceland. under the direction of Grady Williamson -
Stoopack. At this time planning EXCHANGING IDEAS for a November "New Orleans Night Life" The dancers spent an afternoon are currently touring the
sessions will begin for the dining charity affair to be held at the NAS Officers' Club are these mem- with the Flying Phantoms tour- U.S. Armed Forces Bases In the
dancing, floor shows and games bers of the "0" Wives ClubL:( to RMrs.) A. N. Fowler, club pres- Ing the hangar spaces and the air- North Atlantic area under the
which are to emulate entertain- ident; Mrs. C. B. Newton, co-chairman for the planning committee; craft. At the end of the day all auspices of the Department of
ment associated with that found on Mrs. J. C. Stoopack, committee chairman; and Mrs. T. A. Graham, members of the Grady and Louise Defense. The show "Young
the famed Bourbon Street of New club 1st vice president. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) Dancers were presented with cards Varieties", consists of entertainment -
them
Orleans. designating Honorary Naval from old vaudeville and min-
strel comedy and dancing rightup
to the modern "Twist". The
dancers commenced their tour on
NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO. Outstanding Bedroom Buy Of The Year I July 8, 1963 and will be on tour
for four weeks. "Youth Varieties"

'. entertainment tour is sponsoredand
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Modern 4 PC. Bedroom Suite : Forces Professional Entertainment -
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ivity administered by the Department -

d.llboretelr" tilfitej let '.""1 mtJititt with more ,.." taste then me"f',,, e h CL.1 tw" Mh.r" is financed of the by Army.Congressional'The activity appropriated -
e :
a.. funds from branches
Choice of 3 beautiful finishes j-: of the rmed Services.
Double dresser r.. t
Tilting Mirror'
ITALIAN WALNUT Chest and bookcase bed MoviesMovies
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9 SEA AND SAND Innerspring mattress
and box ""
spring will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through
CHERRY CORDOVAN
Saturday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
on Saturday and Sunday, at the
9 5
$ Matnslde and NATTU Theaters andat
7 p.m. only on Sunday at
the Hospital Theater. These timesare
subject to change.

Thursday, August 1 1Malnside

My Six Loves
NATTUnlt Naked Spur
I Hospital Miracle Of The White

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Aiq( & .:.,: Mainslde Friday- Brigadoon, August 2

NATTUnlt My Six Loves
Hospital Naked Spur

Saturday, August 3
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Hospital My Six Loves
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Sunday, August 4
Beautiful to look at, pnctlcal :
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fit every budgitl Jut look SHOP Young
ot these beautiful flnlthust/ NATTUnlt The Big Risk
Italian Walnut/ Sea and Sand and
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low price./ See them today. Mainslde The Courtship Of
Eddie's Father
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Tuesday, August 6

Malnside Who Was That Lady
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NORMANDY WAYSIDE Eddie's Father

Hospital YoungWednesday Because They Are


August 7
FURNITURE CO.
Malnside The Deer Slayer
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O&R Aircraft TransferDiv. Navy 'All Hands' Lists

Dependent Scholarships


Keeps 'Em Flying"

Washinrton (AFPS)-A number
The Overhaul and Repair Department at NAS Jacksonville Is the of scholarship awards, avail
able to children of active
duty,
largest military industrial site in the Southeast. As a result, the station and deceased military members retired *
plays a big role in maintaining the Navy's Air Arm. are listed in the July editionof
Within the station's organi- the Navy's All /lands maga-
zation web can be found a small zine along with advice on obtain

but significantly Important groupof ever, last year from July 1962to ing scholarship information.
According to the magazine the]
Naval Officers and men who July 1963 there were 375 air-
beginning of the senior high school]
have dedicated a part of their craft processed. Jet test pilots, 12s year is the best time to decide onl
lives to test flying In order that Lt. "Paul" Riviere, Lt. "Ed" the scholarships for which the
others may fly safely. Hosepian, and Lt. "A.J." Smith ;. student wishes to compete. Many]
.\. Their primary mission is to insure average about 21 or 22 flight hours early scholarships as March carry for the deadlines receipt as o{
that any aircraft repairedby a month. Helicopter pilots Lt. applications.
the Station's Overhaul and Re- "Bob" Brink, Lt. "Mac" McCUl-
pair Department's craftsman are lough, and Chief"Wilkie" Wilkinson -
second to none in operational reAd- average 55 to 60 per month. I
iness. These pilots rpend at least three
This encompases a thorough hours per aircraft in ground in- WEIGHT AND BALANCE OPERATION -
checking of electrical systems, spection and post flight inspectionsas < ... E. J. Solomon, ADRCof 1ThEAIIIN
bombing apparatus, mechanical well. as the actual time in the the Aircraft Transfer Division -
structures, etc; insuring that each air.The of HAS O&R Dept. tests the =% BUYIN A NU CAR?
aircraft is returned to active ser- C&R Department here is weight and balance of an F6A. I
vice in A-1 condition.The the only Navy overhaul base on Skyray with an electronic scale CHEK FINANCIN AT mUH CREDIT
Division Officer of the men the Atlantic seaboard which pro- contained in a small suitcase.
in the Aircraft Transfer Divisionis cesses helicopters. As a result, (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner/ ) UNION. INTRUsT HINT BUT THREE-

Lieutenant Commander W.W. C&R test pilots must learn the PH2-P1)). PER CENT ON THE
OF WUN
Wear. He is assisted in his administrative peculiar problems of them all. QUAHTER

duties by LieutenantJ.P. The ground crews must know the UNPAID BALANCE LIFE
Riviere, a jet test pilot. The complete systems of these varied '
balance of the test pilots are in helicopters 'so that no mistakeswill INSHURANCE IS FIGGERED IN.
the Quality Assurance Group. The be allowed to pass their eagle of removing for reuse, all sal-
Aircraft ,Transfer personnel, 76 eyes, resulting in possible damage vagable material from those air- UP T036 MUNTHS TOO I
strong, are highly trained Individ- to a helicopter or possible loss craft which will fly no more.
uals; many of whom have the task of life to the crew.A They come to the station by ship,
of taking the repaired or modified small but very important group barge, trucks, and even by rail-
aircraft aloft for a fine-tooth are those members of the Weightand road. The stricken stripped hulls
combing. are then sent to.the heap
Balance Crew. They carry scrap
There are presently six test around a smallsultcase which contains for salvage. tax Navy Federal Credit Union
pilots performing flight test dutiesat an electronic scale which
the O&R Department. They are can weigh any aircraft, large or .
Lieutenants E.S. Hosepian, J.P. small. If the aircraft is not bal- JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN
McCullough, R.E. Brink, J.P. anced, it will not perform properlyand ,
Riviere, and A.J. Smith (Pro- Won't even fly In some cases, BRAND NEW 1963 FIAT
gressive Aircraft Rework Liaison so with these small scales the
Officer from ComFalrJax); and Weight and Balance Crew becomea
Chief Aviation Machinists Mate very Important "cog" in the
W.A. Wilkinson, an Aviation Pilot. wheel which produces the aircraft.
The average number of planes Another crew In the Aircraft
processed through this division Transfer Division has the
varies from year to year; how- unglamorous bIt essential chore
Less PriceLess
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45-50 Miles
Per Gallon Payments j
Than A USED
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GROUND CREW TO PILOT ... G. W. Ullman, All and W. W. Vro- [ .
man, AT2 of the Aircraft Transfer Division of NAS O&R Dept. talk Jt our special
with test pilots to check all the bands on aircraft radio equipment.
(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) terms! ALL THESE EXTRAS


.; 1. Whitewall Tires 5. Windshield Washers 9. Directional
i r iI m Auto SERvI Signals
A 2. Factory Undercoating 6. Electric Windshield Wipers 10. All Vinyl Interior
I II 3. Reclining Bucket Seats. 7. Courtesy Light & Map Light 11. Oversized Brakes
I u./ "IF IT CAN BE DONE, WE'LL DO ITI"! 4. Padded Dash 8. Lights Under Hood & Trunk 12. 4-Speed Transmission
13. Free Lifetime Lubrication
r !I Tune up & electrical service
I tJ I with latest sun,equipment. I
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III 1 .Volkswagen service. Plus McClellon's Lifetime Warranty Full Parts and Labor
"Just change the Automatic Transmission

I rubber motor."band in the FREE With Voltage this Regulator Ad. Check J HENRY A. McCLELLAN


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a; 4 .,.a i M Return Off ShangThe


Thunderbolts of Attack the squadron personnel are being
Squadron 176 returned to NAS Jax afforded a rest period before embarking -
this week after a six-week cruise for a 12-day warm up
aboard the USS Shangri-La Involvedin cruise prior to their scheduled deployment -
training Midshipmen. to the Mediterranean in
During the eastern Atlantic tour, early October.
the squadron spent five days In
New York and four days In Quebec -
City, Province of Quebec, o
Canada.It .
.4 was also during this time away
from Jacksonville that the Sky- Itfr1, ; ;
raider-flying squadron received
word from the Commander of the
Atlantic Fleet Naval Air Forces ..-- -
that it had been selected the out- r
RECEIVE PROMOTIONS These five Blackbirds of Attack Squadron Forty-five were recently pro. standing Attack Squadron of the }
moted to their present ranks. They are (L to RLtjg) ( ) L. M. Jones, Ltg(| ) G. D. McDowell, Lt. Cdr. Atlantic fleet and had been awarded '
T.P. Gentry, Mjg( ) R.G. Gillespie and Ltjg( ) EH. Rodammer. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2- the Battle Readiness Excellence \
P1)). Award for fiscal year 1963.
Between now and August 26, t ti
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BLAST e

Gilbert E. Moore



: HIGH PRICES Moore SupplyPersonality ,'"' .


5462 NORMANDY BLVD.

PH. 388.5447
For JulyGilbert


E. Moore, was honoredas
WESTINGHOUSE the NAS Supply Department
1 Personality of the Month for Julyin
ceremonies held last Thursday.
He Is a Management TechnicianIn
Refrigerator the Operations and Prodedures
I Branch of the Planning Division.'
Captain John D. Sullivan praised -
Moore for his technical ability,
enthusiasm, tact and understanding. -
"Though his duties are
strictly of a staff nature", said
NEED AN ABSOLUTELY FROST FREE the Captain, "he has contributed
: to an excellent working relation-
ship between line and staff and his
REFRIGERATOR & FREEZER? THIS
-
i it efforts In developing operating
procedures and instructions have
IS ONE OF THE BEST BUYS WE ATTYREE'S been outstanding."

-- Moore, a native Georgian,beganhis
HAVE EVER H AD! federal service career In
December 1941 as a junior
property and supply clerk in the
'I Guaranteed Trade ofNO Supply Control Division. He
transferred to the Planning
: Division In January 1956 and was
promoted to his present positionIn
l 0 June 1957.
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DEFROSTING Honor GraduatesTwo
THE

REFRIGERATOR Marines graduated as
EVER! honormen from Naval Air Tech-
nical Training Unit's school July
26, and they finished with almost
identical averages.
AE-A school's CpL D.A. Pards
compiled the best average of the
*JIP two, as he completed the 22-
YES WE NEED YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR IN TRADE. WE RECONDITION AND SELL MOST week course with an average of
88.50. He was barely a tenth ofa
ALL USED TRADEINS, THAT'S' WHY TYREE'S GUARANTEES $100 TRADE ALLOWANCE FOR point ahead of AO-A school's
Pvt L.E Keene, who finished withan

YOUR OLD ICE BOX OR REFRIGERATOR REGARDLESS OF AGE, MAKE, OR CONDITION. 88.39 average.
Graduating honorman is the
member of each class who com-
No Cash Down Payment
piles the highest overall scholastic

EASY 1 TERMS Up To 36 Months To Pay average.'There was no graduadlng

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Valley Forge, AFPS k

All members of the Armed Forces on active duty

of the service academies, are again eligible to t' ., F. ,
"Freedoms Foundation Letter Writing Contest."

Prizes at stake total $8,500, a c '' ... 'at
Including a $1,000 cash award '

for Letters first place.must be 500 words or L \ \ 'r..t '

less on the subject "What Can
;. I Do for Freedom?" Entries,post-

marked no later than Nov. 1, .6,
1963, must be mailed to Freedoms

Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. a

Letters written on must one side be legibly of the typedor PROMOTION Marvin L. McDonald, undergoing special flight training here at NAS Jax, has

only, and must contain full name paper, of Army Captain pinned to his flight uniform by Major Arthur F. Liebl, class leader of the

rank or rating, service number while Major Cliford E. Johnson, the detachment's commander, presents him with
branch of service,unit address and order. The special Army flight unit, homebased at Fort Rucker, Ala., came to Jack.
home address of the entrant.In for local area support. (Navy'Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).

addition to the $1,000 first-
place award 50 awards of $100
and 50 awards of( $50 will be gf ven. Decker College in Washington, D.C. Fol-
The top 10 winners will be Invited lowing this instruction assignmenthe
here for an awards cere- ( From Page 1)) was transferred to his joint

mony to be held on George Wash- year and his Navy Wings staff duties in Hawaii. INVEST IN
ington's Birthday Feb 22, 1964. 1939. Capt. Decker is entitled to wear

The following day, award Win- two years prior to the the Distinguished Flying Cross FREEDOMBUY
ners will visit Washington D.C, States' entry into World with two stars; the Air Medal with
for a tour of the Capitol and won by PFC he served as a pilot with four stars; the Bronze Star with
other sites of interest. Winners U.S. Army, the carrier USS York- Combat V and star; the Presiden- *
will also visit briefly with top tioned in during 1941-42, he tail Unit Citation with star and the
officials of their respective serv- The 1962 the Atlantic Fleet Ad Navy Unit Commendation ribbon. U. S.

ices.Last under the Training Group as Captain and Mrs. Decker, the
year, the top award was doms and My and engineering of- former Evelyn Holland of Clarksburg -
Miss., are living in(QuartersB SAVINGS BONDSr'
in 1942, he was trans- aboard the Station with their

the Operational Training two children, Vicki Lou, 15, and
NAS Cecil Field as the John Stephen, 11.
to the officer in charge.
one of the first Fleet

Center"t train attack techniques.pilots in ad-

of the war found
r "'s duties divided be- The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the lax Air.News, is
f air command and an a $S no J prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to
this week s crossword puzzlc. Deadline for entries will be 1200,
unit. He
1 served with ad Saturday following (ublication.! The winner will be announced
... the carrier USS Essex an ""xI week's issue of the Jax Air NeW Entries, must be sent
first Pacific war as- to ids.. Holt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville
and later on the staff 8. ..a.
Q i1' Group Six aboard ACROSSt.Uun
1 t. Wnrble T I N T A I A A S
ship USS 1.I'lat.1 1I.l'art fit M E E V I A TER N
During this .t"'t'l "tll be" A P
I period I IMlnl.1C, .I'nllx: ILIA S E M J
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Gilbert and Marshall 12.M11tnry{ !C.l''IIIOnlllllatRllt LEIRIS! D O U G
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part was invasion of the li.Hllllltrd: ,.r.U E D E G T U R
i 142 Waves stationed here at a celebration held Ii'Nutt' tit 1'1111' JI.TrRnanction ROLL S N E 1D
j the Waves Bqrra lts. Here RAdm. Robert close of World War II, 19 II1.ellrl'! .Artlficlnl? name I JII.lIold regard III high A R E B E T M E
Jax and ulloy lit Jnhl O N E A R r o F A
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cuts the first slice of the to Washington, D.C., 20.1'r cat
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as Lt. (jg) Clara D. Parsons, Wave served in the office, of article TADS AGE T R E E
R. Compton HAS Officer look Chief ::I..rl/llt..lI". :!3.Blflllll.h
I Commanding on. ( of Naval :.I.''tllall ."1.WC1OCI). plant(
, Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) in the aviation plans I"Mlttbl, 'l5!i.euolfd lava II.\\"nte,1 ::;S.ApoI.eenrs\
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commander he became Imllll '
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GEr AMISSILE al Iteu
Carrier Air Group-3 3i:"' 'I:rl Ixluuis, 3.Tlme gone by -li.NuII, Itocl :3'Thr nigh
"hlrl"1I1I1{ 33.latllr8 1I.C'oclk! In oven :.I.Ir..flx: : three
carrier USS
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Officer duties on the :). )'''''' "\
Commander Fleet Air Hlher10Number I 2 J 4 t' j 6 7 I 9 10 II
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Lowest Prices War College in New- deity. U 16 00 I' II
he returned n.II.ItrnlnrilllC\'\"
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Highest Trade-in Allowance the operations officer :,n.IteR 19 20 21 22
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Easy Terms The Nicesest Chrlalmnriu
carrier USS -
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I |SHOP I IN THE SHADOW O F THE at the River Naval Air Test DOWN j4 jj j6 051 31 59 60J.OIlRllh.h
Md., and
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again he plural nl'Urlc = 'cX;
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command of the Fleet :3..\rtlnchl :- 61la
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Schlitz Derby Results

For Zone 3 (central Florida),
the Schlitz 1963 Florida Fishing

Derby closed at midnight, July 31,
while for Zone 4 (North Florida,
the derby will continue through the
end of August.A .
total of $38,897 in awards has
been paid for the Schlltz-tagged
fish around the state, with Zone
4 now In the lead In award money h
with $11,808.
a
Pondering the mysterious whimsof
chance and the baffling law of
averages, a Schlitz official noted
that thus far this year no one has
snagged a $10,000 fish, whereasat
this point In the derby last
year two $10,000 specimens had r ft

9 been captured. lie pointed out,
,5 though that two of the big bonus / J! :, (' / i., '
\1" fish are still swimming around jl' ,fI t ;
derby-elglble waters, one In Zone
;(LYZ1IfI 3 and one In Zone 4. GETTING CLIPPED is a pleasure in this respect, as indicatedby
> The catch tagged red snappersIn Cdr. O.S. Braddock, Operations Officer, as Mart Lewis treats
the Pensacola area has con- him to the first haircut in the new Operations Building barber
tinued to grow. The Schlitz whole- shop. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, Ptl2.P 1)),
P. saler In Pensacola reports that
fishermen have brought In a total

100 PERCENTER Sitting in the cockpit of his A-1H Skyraider of 28 award carrying snappers, .. .
aircraft is Ltjg{ ) Phil Richardson who tallied a six "E" recordout which were released by the Florida .. .(' :If,<";: "\' z ;. $1 '
of six events during a competitive bombing exercise. He isa State Board of Conservation In the :':f I" "! t '. "" '
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member of the Thunderbolts Attack section of northwest Florida. 'W'
Squadron 176. (Navy Photo "'"" \ .
by USS SHANGRI-LA). Fresh water fish for the derby a retagged t : ': 11:: "

and released by the Florida : ::"' "x ,
Game & Fresh Water Fish Com-

aviation safety wer.. the Pacific mission. Reports of all tagged Ads should' I bo jMUod to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd. Drlvo.
Carrier Landing Fleet attack aircraft carrier, catches are sent to these state JachtenvHU e. Florida to arrive not ,..., than Tuoiday for publication
USS Oritkany, and the Atlantic agencies for their fish research tho 'following Thursday. Adu'vlnt' too lot for this. doodllno
Fleet's anti-submarine warfare will 1 bo publUhod the 'following wood unless. tho publish li In*
Accidents Decline studies.
support aircraft carrier, USS tructod othorwlto. A chock or mono, ordor for the full cost 0' the
Rend of ph. Zone catches to date are as ad mutt I bo rocolvod WITH the copy for tho ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.
Washington (AFTS) The The award, named for Vice follows:
Navy's overall carrier landing Adm. James H. Flatley Jr., is Zone closed( ) 422 fish$11,627
accident rate declined approxi- made by the Navy for accident Zone 2 (closed) 202 fish 4,837 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
mately Year 1963.6.5 percent during Fiscal rier prevention operations.during aircraft car Zone 3 (open through July 31)) Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35

Night carrier landing accidents During his lifetime Admiral 368 fish 10,625
decreased about 8.7 percent. Flatley was a strong advocate and Zone 4 (open through Aug. 31))
FOR SALE Hills 1 FRENCH availableto
Ortega mi. college girls
of
Receiving this year's Admiral relentless worker in support 362 fish 11,808
Flatley Memorial Award for aviation safety programs. TOTALS 1,354 fish $38.897 from NAS, 3 BR, 11/2 bath, fenc- give French lessons during sum-
,---- --- ed back yard, shade trees.$85 mo. mer vacation. EV 9-1262.
5120 Oakside Drive. 384-1398.
WILL TRADE 6 yr. equity In
RIVERSIDE, Ideal location, fur- 3 BR, 1 1/2 B Sanford, Fla.
PTA H C A INS nished private room. Gentlemen Home for similar property NAS

only 89023.EV 9-8912 or eveningsEX Jax Sanford area., FA Lt.2-6832.Premo, 3105S.Park,


FREE TRIP to Rocket City. Free FOR SALE 2 story, 3 BR,
book on Rockets. Call represen- maid .room, corner lot, central
tative 781-1277. heat. 4710 Apache,Ortega TerracePh.
EL 4-7033.

S FOR SALE 1962 Mercedes Benz.
REMINGTON Jj95 190 D (Diesel) 4-door sedan SINGER SEWING MACHINE -
Bucket seats, radio (AM &FM). Portable zig-zag, sews forward
',; 35 mlles/gaL Price: $3,300. and reverse, perfect condition.
CAPT. ALLEN, NAS Ext. 719. $56.00 or pick-up payments of
18 Month Road Hazard Guarantee $8.00 per month. Phone 359-3387,
Exchange Plus Tax BOAT FOR SALE FiberglassCabin AAA Sewing Machine Company.
Cruiser with trailer and 50
HP engine. Length 19 (ft., 2 bunks THE RYTHMAIRES COMBO wish
head and sink. Ski equipment, lad- engagements playing at NAS or
1ST LINE PREMIUM der, life preservers, spare anchor Jax area. Best equipment, back-

24 Months Guarantee 36 Months Guarantee spare tanks, canvas cover ground. Call Green Cove Springs
Cushion-Aire Society and other Incidentals Included. 284-3948.
Price: 1,900. CAPT ALLEN, NAS
; She White Black White Ext. 719.HANDY MEN WITH-SALES and Managerial

750 14. . $17.95 $b.95 $19.95 21.95 Ability. Lifetime Income, early
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850 x 14. . .20.95 18.95
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600 xJJ. . .15.95 13.95
650 x 13. . 16.95 14.95 Sales Nuisance For Quote Phone Box 7024, Jacksonville 10.
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NO MONEY DOWN 12 MONTHS TO PAY Jax 10. ORTEGA HILLS, House for Rent.
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DATA PROCESSING INSTRUCTORS Discussing a principle
point of the Introduction to Data Processing Course being con-
ducted here areL( to R) Clyde Kennedy, assistant data processing
officer; B.R. Dixon, management analysis officer; Rex Hidden, .. i r sll k
shops group superintendent, O&R Department; and Fred Huls-
ingapf Data Processing Department. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
I PH2-P1)).

RAPT ATTENTION displayed on the faces of the initial group of supervisors receiving the Intro-
Supervisors Given DataCourse duction to Data Processing Course is indicative of the high degree of interest displayed by all
personnel attending the classes. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).

Processing


Over 500 supervisory personnel
of'the 'station were recently givenan processing In preparation for the
"Introduction of Data Proces; station's greatly expanded pro- OPEN NIGHTLY 5 PM TO 12 MIDNIGHT PH 7715581Grand

sing" course through the combined gram in this area. SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 12 MIDNIGHT

efforts oftheManagementAnal The expanded program,embrac-
Office, Data Processing Depart- ing additional computer capacityand
ment, and the Industrial Relations automatic In-put of data
Training Division. through transaction recorders, is
The course, taught by Fred now In the early stages of imple- Openings
Huisinga and Clyde Kennedy both mentation.The .
of the Data Processing Depart- course,condensed to one and
ment, was designed primarily to one-half hours,was given togroupsof
give supervisory personnel a 20 supervisors.Two classes per
"speaking acquaintance" with data day were scheduled, enabling the
entire training program to be com-
Thresher-Type Submarine pleted in three weeks.IJS741 .

Slated/ / for CommissioningA

fourth Thresher-class sub- Back

marine, the Tlnosa, will be com-
missioned by the Navy at Ports- From 2-Week
mouth, N.H., naval shipyard Oct
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19.Other submarines of this class Key West Hop
are the USS Permit and the USS

;. Plunger.The Helicopter Antisubmarine
Tinosa's commissioningwas .' .
Squadron HS-741 returned to Jack- !, l
originally planned for June \ 1; '
sonville's Naval Air Reserve : "
15, but was delayed for modifi- Training Unit last Friday bring-
cations ordered as a result of the
ing to a climax two weeks of annual -
loss of the USS Thresher.WESTSIDE. summer training for its

Florldlan-Reservist members.

,- This year the squadron under-
went its active duty at the Naval
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the reservists conducted joint JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAA
Fleet antisubmarine exerciseswith
surface units In the Caribbeanarea.

tradition in good eating throughoutthe
The squadron commanded by
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chens. Serving the best the very best
Cdr. Willis, are most essentialIn
Channel Catfish and Hushpuppies since
malntlning peak performanceand
1946. Special recepes equipment and
a state of readiness shouldthe CHANNEL CATFISHAND
techniques have made Prichett's famous
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Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 8:00 Open
p.m. 12:00 a.m. Country Drifters 8:30: p.m. -
Dance Contest Friday, August 2 11:30'p.rn.

Friday, August 2 Johnny Arnold Friday, August 2

Phil Cay and the Chantells 9:00 Saturday, August 3 Capples Combo 8:30 p.m. -
p.mu 1:00 a.m.Saturday 12:45 a.m.
Phil Cay
August 3 Saturday, August 3

March Wilson and the Red Coats Sunday, August 4 Mark Castle 8:00p.m.-12:45a.m.
WELCOME AND CONGRATULATIONS. No doubt 9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.
lasting impression
a Charlie
will be carried through the Jay Sunday, August -
years by Lt. Cdr. Robert E. Sunday, August 4
May of his first day with Fleet Air Wing Eleven, July 22. Besides Game Night 5:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
being greeted as the staffs new Plans Officer by Wing Commander Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 8:00 Monday, August 5
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p.m. 12:00 a.m.Monday Monday, August 5
Captain L. P. Pressler, he was also notifiedof his promotionto Pizza Night
lieutenant commander. The new FAW-ll officer comes to Jax August 5 Audition Night
from BuPers where he served in the
requirements division. (Navy
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). Open Tuesday, August 6 Tuesday, August 6 4
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New Renaults PeugeotsStudebakers. Weeks Reserve Tour Tomorrow

PHONE EL 6-3993

Patrol Squadron 701 from
Dallas, Texas will complete its
two weeks of active duty for train-
BACK TO __ ing here tomorrow. The unit arrived -
AL at NAS, Jax on Monday
rnn I July 22.The .
I 1 d: activated "Weekend War-
SCHOOLDRESSES riors" commanded by Commander
1...W. Keeler are being hosted by
rst asrrtcrs nstm st.n Patrol Squadron Sixteen and are
.Y operating under the operational
control of Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
The Reservists are flying the
SP-2E "Neptune" during their

JUST ARRIVED! stay The here.squadron will perform all
of the vital tasks normally assigned -
an antisubmarine squadronin
ft the process of their intensive
First
Quality Beautiful
training. This includes untilization
of the most modern electronics

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waters off the coast of the South-
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DRESSES $188Comparable Copt. L. P. Pressler and Cdr. W. J. Vaught, XO of VP16. VP.16 their annual qualification exer-
is hosting the Dallas squadron during its two-week active duty cises.
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VP-30 Wins ComFairJax W +i



Tourney; VP-7 SecondBy a F JFa



Marc Whetstone, J01

Patrol Squadron Thirty's Softball squad, which ended the regularNAS
Jax intramural season In second place,copped the 1963 ComFairJax.
Softball Championship last Friday by downing the dlamondmenof Patrol a
Squadron Seven by a surprising( score of 163.
The 'winning pitcher for -the VP-7 threatened once again as first
"Pros" at Saratoga Field was baseman Buck Fowler gained a
James Blythe while VP-Ts Bernie free trip to first after being hit
Feest took the loss. by a pitch. He was followed down
This was the third time the two the line by Holll Hollweg ((1f) and
PatRon teams had met during the Spence Norris ((2b) who. walked. VP-30 WINS THIS TIME After recently losing In the finals of the NAS Softball playoffs, VP-30
five-day, 11-team, double elimi- This bases-loaded threat was worked their way to the ComFairJax Tournament championship held at NAS Jax last week. Play.ers
nation tournament. Patrol Squadron cooled off, however, as rain began are (front row L to R) John Holmshek (Manager)*, Keith Julie, James Blythe, Jerry Ensch, R.
Seven won the first clash bya ; drenching the field, causing the E. Spiegel, H. W. Schroeder, Don Ondo, and Joe Thomas. Second row (L to R), they are Bob Bar.
score of 3-2 in an eight Inn- delay.'When. rett, Julian Lewis, Jerry Stephenson, Charlie Snow, Charlie Fields, and Mike Feldman. (Navy Photo
ing ball game. In the semifinalgame play resumed, with the by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).
VP-30 slipped past their score board showing two outs, all .
counterparts, 5-4, then Friday; hope of bringing the runners around base and headed for home. The fifth.It. game.
morning, in the championship literally went down the drain as throw from the field was there but wasn't until the bottom of Before the shouting began, and
game, the "Pros" removed all Glenn flied out to-VP-30s cen- the catcher dropped the ball and the fifth Inning that VP-7 showed just for Insurance, VP-30 added
doubt of their supremacy on the ter fielder Jerry Stephenson.The Ondo too scored. any signs of coming alive. It was two more runs to their score in
diamond by shellacking VP-7 bya next session at bat for both Nothing seemed to go right for then that they scored their third the top of the seventh inning bring-
runaway score of 163. teams found their pitchers in con- the VP-7 squad as the following run which proved to be the last ing to a total of 16 runs to VP-
Those 16 runs across the plate trol, sending all batters back to batter, Julian Lewis ((1b), walkedto tally for the squad in the ball Ts three.
for VP-30 followed an early delay the hole. first sending Barrett to second
in the contest when the game In the bottom of the third inn- Catcher Charlie Fields got the
was momentarily called at the top] Ing, however, Patrol Squadron fourth single of the which
of the second inning because of Thirty's rally began behind six scored Barrett and move Lewis
rain. Before that, however, in the hits and two VP-7 errors. around to confer with the third base
first inning, VP-7 chalked up two< Chuck Snow started the show by coach. Then, the ninth consecutive
quick runs scored by Waldo Glenn swinging at a third strike which 'batter for VP30JerryStephenson, r
((3b) and teammate Al Umphfres., VP-Ts catcher, Maxie Heirick, singled into the outfield, scoring lww rr
VP-30s first inning attempt at bat dropped. In an attempt beatSnow Lewis and advancing Fields to
resulted in three three down.,
up to first base, Hetrick overthrewhis third.
As the clouds came overhead mark and the runner continued :
Snow, who started off the :ally,
In the top of the second inning, safely to second base. The second singled his second time at bat, p.-., e"
batter was Keith Julie (rQ). Ona driving in Fields and moving OC
pitch to Julie, Snow headed for Stephenson to third base. On the : _i.a1 : '
third base. Once again the first pitch to Julie, the next bat- awCHAMPIONSHIP
catcher's attempt to pick him off ter, Snow stole second.As ...' a. M
throughout... went wild allowing the VP-30 the eleventh batman to face TROPHY Receiving the ComFairJax Softball
second baseman to score the first VP7's Julie filed Championship trophy for Patrol Squadron 30 I is team manager John
battery, out to
"THE LONG HOT tally for his 'team. Julie, sub- center fieldman Carl Morton, a Holomshek. Chief of Staff, Capt. V. F. Casey, made the presentation
sequently, walked and was followedby sacrifice which sent Snow to third. in the presence-of VP-30's executive officer, Cdr. J. G.
SUMMER"Keep the "Pro" pitcher, James Blythe, at his second attempt at Boniface. VP-7, which lost the crown by an overpowering score
Blythe, who had since relieved Bob bat, hit a follow-up sacrifice fly of 16-3, received a runnerup trophy. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
Ensch. Blythe connected with a to right field after which Snow tagged PH2-P1)).
(_ single, sending Julie to third. up and easily scored from
The fourthbatterwasMlkeFeld- third. The final out of the inning Jeui
manlf( ) who was hit by a pitch, came next as the VP-7 pitcher Pe
Let us finance with thus loading; the bases for short- found his mark and fanned Feld-
Low Bank Interest rates stop Don Ondo. Ondo made good & he
his trip to the plate, slamming a man.When the dust settled over the 4iiaI P cii wa
i single into the outfield which field, nine big runs had crossedthe
brought in two more runs, Julie plate with each of VP-30's

Cll and third.Blythe, and advanced Feldmanto 1 players Leaving making their at least competitors one run. \ 6I che a\\aid 'ieue

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.11Kt t.1 CERWA Gives ,3 VVF

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Fish PrizesA F tf'vdz \\I

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number of clvilservice fishermen
were presented gift certIf-
icates last Friday, In the lobby
of the C&R Building, for top catchesIn
the Fisherman's Rodeo.
The directors of the Civilian[
Employees Recreation and Welfare
Association completed analysis of ,
the entries submitted during the \I
Rodeo which was conducted for NAS s
FRESH WATER WINNERS receive gift certificates for top catches, Jacksonville employees from June SALT WATER L '
WINNERS are ( to R) Milo Jones, Jr., Ross E.
IntheCERWAevent. They are (L to R) Wilbur Neal, Jack Lever- 8 through July 7. Hair, E. M. Fulmer, Louis B. St Petery Jr., John T. Lee and
once, Rose Neal, Robert Hall, Geraldine Weedman and Tom BrownJr. In the fresh water division, Thomas Adams. Howard Futch and Raymond Mayberry were una-

(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). largest black bass were caughtby vailable for the photo. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)).
Robert Hall, Sr., IRD, who r
caught the top fish, followed by
Tom Brown, Jr., O&R; and John
Tros" Take Laurels
E ,dial- EV 8-7676 Leverance. also of O&R. The best CFJ
bream were caught by Raymond

MILITARY Mayberry, PW; and Rose and Wilbur Dispite Mid-tourney Loss
Neal from
C&R who had the
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second and third best fish, re-
INSURAN spectively. Claiming title as ComFairJax the two teams appeared fairly
AUTO llAglll c F Geraldine Weedman, O&R, Softball champions Is indeed sig- evenly matched. They did, thatIs
caught the only speckled perch.In nigicant for Patrol Squadron until, between Interuptions of
the salt water division, Thirty. Especially,considering the rain showers, the VP-30 squad
.' w noNwa.e sftwar. Howard D. Futch,O&R;MiloJones, fact they accomplished this task broke loose In the third inningof
'coves Reus.: IRD; and John T: Lee, O&Rj; after slipping into the loser's the final game, scoring nine
''McDOUGALL'S SRC\NCE respectively eaught the three top bracket midway in the five-day runs on six hits followed in the
6463 Roosevelt BUl-New NAS-JtcksonTllle red bass. tournament. fifth inning by scoring five runs
Three O&R men, Evans Fulmer, This first loss,and subsequentlythe on four hits. Behind this exceptional -
Louis St Petery, Jr. and Thomas only game VP-30 finished shortof display of stick handling, the
Adams, caught the largest king winning, was at the bats of winning team copped the championship -
mackeral entries, respectively.There Patrol Squadron Seven, the adding two runs in the top
were no drum entries.As tourney's runnerup. Fighter of the ninth inning while VP-7
a result of the drawing con- Squadron 174 of Cecil Field placed came trailing in with only three
ducted for all entrants who did third followed by Heavy Photo- tallies across homeplate.
aaea not win either a first, second or graphic Squadron Sixty-two in Trophies were awarded the VP-
ti third prize In any elgible category, fourth place. 30 champions and VP-7 runnersuplast
Ross E. Hair, O&R, received an All told,there were eleven teams Monday in the offices of the
r award equal to a first prize. involved in the double elimination ComFairJax Chief of Staff, Capt.
The directors wish to congratulate contests. They were: VP-30; VP- Vincent Casey.These teams In turn
the winners and to thank all 7; VF-174; VAP-62; VA-45; FAW- will receive recognition August 12
contestants who participated In the 11; VA-44; ComFairJax Staff; at the NAS Jax Ironman Sports
Rodeo. VFP-62: VA-15 and FAETU. Banquet.AN .
On Wednesday of last week, the
Shrimp PermitTwenty day VP-30 lost Its game to VP-
r 7, 3-2, VAP-62 stepped over VA-
45 only to fall prey to VF-174.
four hour shrimping permits -
The next day VP-30 met VF-
may be obtained from Station 174
downing them 10-5 and later
Police Headquarters, Bldg. 9 any- faced, once again, the battery of
time after 4:30: p.m. This will\ VP7. This clash developed intoa s
entitle holders to shrimp In
close contest eith VP-30 comingout
In the St. Johns
specified areas
on top behind a score of 5-4.
River the boundaries of the
along Had VP-7 won this game, it would
Air Station. have placed them atop the heap, H
undefeated, with all tournament
I laurels handed to them.

ANGER Anger makes you hotter. Because both squads had lost
Keep cool emotionally and you'llbe games, putting them on an even
cooler physically. -Carol Lane, par, it necessitated a do-or-die
Travel rematch last Friday.
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I .,. Bowling Notice"All
AO-I OR Top In
units planning to submit
entries In the NAS intramural

\ NATTU SoftballWith fall bowling program are remindedthat
n 1 t t 4 1 I R' I the deadline for entries is
'
Friday, ,Aug. 2," NAS Athletic
only a week of competition Director Frank: McCaffrey announced -
remaining! In NATTU Intramural this week.
Softball AO-B School topped the The Athletic Office Is locatedIn
heap as of last Monday, July 29 the Matnslde
'
*> ':,; ,, ... Gymnasium, Bldg.
with a 20-2 win-loss record. 3 Ext. 585.
Competition will wind up Mon- It was also disclosed l that new
day, Aug. 12. leagues will likely begin Tuesday,
The rest of the upper divisionIn Aug. 13 Instead of the preceding
the ten-team league includes Monday because of the Semi-
MADffl, 18-4; MAD3, 15-7; Annual Sports Banquet that is set
AE"Blue",14.9; and Support Ser for Monday, Aug. 12 at the Blue-
THE CRUX OF THE MATTER could well have been the theme of the Hospitol.VP.30 golf match vices, 13-9. jackets Inn.
because there was more than the usual at stake. The winner, Hospital, not only claimed the NAS .
Intramural golf championship( but earned the Hospital enough points to overtake VP-30 and clinch
the overall sports award, the "Ironman" trophy (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). OPEN

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what was probably the bIg- man" point count by only 125 Parker then put the Hospital two / One Block North'Of The Main Gate
gest match In NAS Jax Intramural points. First place points for the matches up as he defeated N.N. Ed Moore -Owner'
Golf this year, Hospital's golf golf match would be 1000 points '* Henry 72-87. L.L. Fisher and Dr.
team (Hospital A) met and defeateda while second place (the loser of J. Warren Bickerstaff played to
crew of VP-30: ) llnksters 5 1/2- the two would receive only 750 a stalemate at 73-73 while Mary
3 1/2 on the station golf course points, thereby making the winner Beslnlus tumbled to VP-30's L. Serving
Friday. of the match the winner of the Iron Jennings 73-80. fff ; :
The fact that the winner would man trophy. In the eventful end Hospital was >p 1 f .
evolve as NAS 'mural championswas D.D.Phllllps, Hospital, defeated acclaimed NAS Intramural GolfChampionS 't ... '.! ''''' MAS-CECIL t FIELD
not enough (both teams had M.J. Pacaus 68-73 with a sub- and the winner of the ,:;:: 'ij iJ''" ,..
won, their respective leagues and par round (Including handicap) in "Ironman Award." and theNORTH
were playing off (for the NAS the first match. J.'Tod Chri stain, The trophy presentations will be.
Championship). In fact, that wasa Hospital, 1 In me second match edged made at the Semiannual Sports 'fY YOUR IIAYPOBTItOBILE
mere overtone. J.J. Sologovltch by one stroke, Banquet, a gala event that will
It happened, as fate would have carding an 80. VP-:30) gained It's be held at the Bluejackets Inn Aug. IIOIIE AREA
it, that VP-30 was leading the Hospital first win when A.T. EUson stroked 12 for all participants In the.fall l

in an overall sports "Iron- past T.W. Tober,, 74-8L Bernie intramural 1 activities. Teals ..
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Judo Club Hosts Jax Drops Moody AFB,<' FROM FLORIDA'S(. q ,-\ \ \ "' ..0'-,' ;


Duval YoungstersBy Now Meet City Teams"Vengance LARGEST ., .. Ai% 1b '


GySgt. D. L. StewartOn Is ours" might have been the statement of Frank McCaffrey MOBILE \

and his crop of top intramural softball players as they almost evened LMg\.v::
Wednesday, July 24 the Jax the score last week, at Jax,with a Moody AFB team, who had earlier 1
Navy Judo Team hosted an Instructional swept' ,a double header. from them at Moody
Judo Tournament in Bldg. win lour quality pitcners go-
726 at NAS J ax. Ing strong, Jax won three of four Yeager, Dispensary; and J.D "W* 7>o The visiting team was from the games In the weekend affair. Rusnak, MAD
Duval County Parental Home For Jim Dwiggins pitched a 1-0 no The Jax team has two double
Colored Boys. They are sponsoredby hitter while Charlie Thomas dis- headers scheduled here, at Enter-
the Duval County Recreation played his experience In the'gameby prise Field, this week.
Department.The striking out 11 men for a 6-1 The first two games will be '- ..
purpose of the tournament margin in game number two. played against the Seaboard 626 : Rocicvclt Blvd.6V /MHMA\*
was to give the new Judo men on Red Mills, who probably has Meteors, the Jacksonville City 455844J42 2200 Moyport Rood / TCA 6CH
both teams experience in tour thrown more no hitters than any League leaders, tonight at 7 p.m. 6 5222 fi
nament play, other pitcher on the base this year The second two begin at ri 1 p.m. Phillies Hwy.EX .
Willie Jones, of the NAS: lax ran Into a little tough luck as he against Murray Hill Baptist tomorrow fAll
team, one of the outstanding Judo was the only losing Jax pitcher night
men in the Jacksonville area, had with a 4-5 heart breaking stand.
been Instructing the boys from the Harry Shelly, a well known AIR BASE
home for three months. He says tosser from AE-B School concluded -
"they show amazing potential In the.series with a sevenstrikeout MOTORS inc.
sports Judo competition." 3-1 win.Strangely.
In a tournament of this type no the lax club's best New and Used Cars
score is kept. Although the hitting come In the third game
members of the Jax Navy Team which they lost. At bat, Ken Oliver
were for the most part more went' two for four, Julian Lewis Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
experienced In Judo the boys team hit three for three and Ed
displayed evidence of hard work McDonough hit two for three.
and as Willie said,"they competed.. For the four games, Sandy Wagner Before you buy any new or used car --
with skill" Jones also commended Jerry Stephenson, and W.R.,
the boys on' their fine spirit of Miller gave their pitcher's pretty
sportsmanship and fair play. good support too. '
Jax Navy' Judo officials are expecting Team members are:Sandy Wagner SEE US FIRST ..
: these boys to compete In' Jim Dwiggins, Ed McDonough.Red .
the i Sax Navy Invitational in September Mills (Hospital); Don Ondo.
and figure them to be Jerry Stephenson, Julian Lewis, *
serious threat to all the other. R.H. Barrett (VPKen); Oliver, More than 100 car. inventory choose from

Florid junior entries. NARTU; Harry Shelly, NATTU; '. .If', .' .
Members' of the lax Navy team W.R. Miller, AE Support; C.W. :
arranged
are: J.D. Harris, j. Ziemba, C.E, Financing for you ,mlt
'The boys from the home, all
Al Brltton, K.J Simpson, CHarp.
white belts, are: C. C. Jones,
John Sullivan, D.L. all
Shirley
( W. Peterson, R. Walker,D. Lucas, PHONE 384-5575
white belts), W. Jones black belt.
B. Alexander, S. Bowens,c. Black-
D.L. Stewart, brown belt Pat Sul-'
;
shear, W. Jackson, C. Wryche N.
livan, junior blue belt and Jim
; Griffin, A. Glover, K. Reed, J. 6435 Roosevelt Boulevard
Weave. ty Junior,. yellow belt. Simpson and R. Delaney. -- Jacksonville 10, Floridar

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Miss Trip To State


The Navy Jax Little League All- Fernandina nine from the North i
t ta Stars were defeated 5-4 In the final
opened the game with four big runs i
game of the District Two Baseball
In the first
_.._ _ _ tournament, held last Saturday In The deficit Inning.was too great. And, I
Jacksonville at Mel Ott Field. to make things more difficult the
Chances looked pretty good for Navy team couldn't use their
r the Navy team earning a trip to
pitching ace, Ricky Alleyne, who
Orlando to the Little.League State had *
thrown a four hitter the day
play-offs, as the day before they before and had lost only one gameIn
had pulled of the
Y really one out bagto his three year Little League
A
the finals of
gain the tour-
.a. x career. He could not throw be- i
< < K W+wMrI a v.a..ay S
@ mi" t'} nament.
cause of a rule prohibiting a boy '
Lance Chadwick singled In the from
throwing two successive
bottom of the sixth (last Inning In days.
Little League baseball) and little
the
However, effort was gallantas
Nick Spano clouted a hit that scored the Jax-Navy team closed the
SCORES STANDING UP Jax-Navy Little Leaguer home the Chadwick In a 1-0 win over Mere"
in final
comes game of the District gap once only to see a ralley
Two Little League baseball tournament. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JO 1)). rltt Island. stifled when Steve Solomon, the
Jax was all fi red up,but the tough Fernandina pitcher hit homerunover
---..-............- a
the center field fence. It

was good enough to thwart a last
Jax effort and to maintain the final
5-4 edge and to earn the Fernandinal
team a trip to Orlando to compete
against the Miami winner.Gaskill .


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'' JefNel ers Cecil: NettersLast

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I Ii" DAVID DANIELS PRESENTS a program to Copt. James R. Compton years AU-Navy tennis
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NAS Jax CO, for the District Two Little League baseball champ has completed the first big
BRILLIANT DIAMOND tournament held in Jacksonville this past weekend. David said, step in defense of his title. Lt.
"Captain Compton, on behalf of the Little Leaguers, I'd like to Dick Gaskill of VA-44, playing on
ENGAGEMENT SETS of his home courts, breezed through
present you with this program of the tournament in appreciation
of what you have done for us" David's mother looks on. (Navy the competition to win the Sixth

Ex.da4 fog g Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). Naval District Tennis Tournament,
ewu ernes held at NAS Cecil Field July 22-

Nothing No InterestNo Down Gator Bowl Gates Open 25.Gaskill dropped only nine games
in four matches on his way to the
Carrying Charge district crown. lathe finals Thursday -
Small payment each paydayat Sat. For Robins DebutThe he blasted Lt. Eldon Williamsof
Pensacola 6-0 6-2 and 6-L

Jim Warner Jeweler", Inc. Jacksonville Robins new Harry Brown, 240 of N.C. A&T; Gaskill and Williams are now
ikt: lonwfd. be associatedwith at the South Atlantic Regional
gridiron name to guards Norman White 210 of
224 West.Fr.syth
the Southern Professional Tampa, and Harold Phillips, 245 Tournament, being held at Bainbridge -
Football League, will play Its debut of East Miss.; center Jim Md., this week.Two othersIn
game against Huntsvllle Ala.,Saturday Nemeth, 250 of South (Carolina; the men's open division, Wayne
night In the Gator Bowl. quarterback Ed Trancygier, 220 Martine of NAS Glynco, Ga., and
Game time is set for 8 p.m. of F.S.U. running back Dick one of the other three Pensacola
Coach Al Bassett has a fine Podeyn, 205 of Florida; flanker netmen, are alsQ In the Bainbridge

looking squad of hefty excollegeand back Bobby Renn, 190 of F.S.U.; tournament.One .
professional players workingInto and fullback Ezell Ttllery, of the highlights of the
ii 41jJa'mitiit offensive and defensive plat- 215 of Auburn. district tourney was the final
tons getting ready for the opener The defensive team has: ends senior division match between
with'list season's Southern League Don Dixon, 220 of Fla. A&M, and Leon Wilson of Jacksonville's
champlpns. Hershel Hemingway 190 of Ft. VA-15 and Jack Candland of Pens-

Special season tickets for the Dix; tackles Tommy Chandler acola.
Robins' seven home games are 225 and Eugene Glover, 250 both Candland, runnerup In All-Navy
now on sale at Special Services of Fla. A&M; center guard-Micky serlors last 'year, scored a 6-4,
.t. Bldg. 704, for $4. These tickets, Walker, 250 of Jacksonville; side 6-4 win over Wilson. Wilson was
at a savings of $14, are also backs Theron Mitchell 180 of runnerup to Gasktll In the All-
available for NAS civilian Miami, and Pat Geraghty, 200 of Navy open division last year.
employees. Marquette; safetymen Fred Two Pensacola Marines, Jim
Currently running In the offensive Julian, 190 of Michigan, and Rod- Bryant and Mike Tierney, provedto
M team for the Robins are: ney Williams, 175 of Hardin- be the tournament's top doubles
split-end Possum Lee 225 Simmons. team. They took the measure of
[aJ0x pounds of F.S.U.;tight end Marion Coach Bassett is inviting any Gaskill and his partnerJohnSutorof
Bronson, 245 of F.S.U.; tackles servicemen with pro or college Cecil Field's VA-46. In the
Larry Stanly, 220 of Georgia; and gridiron experience to contact him semifinals.The .
for a tryout with the Robins. Pensacola duo then took
three straight sets from Glynco's
doubles team of Martin and Roger
; Burnell, 6-1, 6-3 and 6-3.
Over 24 years ago we perfected the roast Have you made sure, financially, Lena Hartshorne of Glynco won
roasting of a standing round of beef. the district women's title by defeating -
Our method hasn't changed since. The beef ( 1 that your childrencan Pensacola's Helen Sad-

results have been rewarding to us featured i owski 6-2. 3-6 and 6-2. Both
and our patrons. Since 1939 we've served everydayonly65ci go to college? are competing In the Regtonals

over $25,000,000 worth. 39,000,000 Joe D'Accordi this week.
I The men's senior doubles
servings cooked the same flavorful slow- crown
roasted Enjoy some today! Marvin B. Harper, CLU, General Agent Don Mopes went to Wilson and his partner.
way.
Marine Dick from AI-
1100 Universal Marion BuildingTel. Sgt. Maney
&*19a>. Fib FSAIIMN! EC' 3544483MASSACIIISCITS banyGa. They bested the Charleston -
team of Capt. Bill Slcdel and
: MlTl'AI.: Cdr. Al Potter 8-6 and 7-5 in

Life 1url'IIr.. (''''''1''''','' the finals.
Wilson and senior singles champ
A/M''I'L O YA '.cMu..n. 0.0.10 "N
Candland are also representingthis
Roosevelt Mall e128 W. Monore. eSouthgate Plaza district in the Regionals this

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VOL. 21 NO. 21 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA AUGUST 1 1. 1963




wf Capt. Decker Assumes Duties PKY FL&LIBRARY HIS TORY '- I


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By Marc Whetstone, JOl

t Captain Arthur T. Decker, a native of Scranton, Pa., assumed duties as Chief of Staff to Commander 'l
Fleet Air Jacksonville, Monday, relieving Captain Vincent F. Casey who retired yesterday. :'
Capt. Casey served as ,1 I
of Staff for the past two 1
; H under Rear Admiral ,
Carson (now retired)
Admiral Robert
sent ComFairJax
served 28 years in the
now plans to make his
Cape Coral, Fla.
The new Chief of Staff,
veteran 6f 28 years
Jj vice, reports to
lowing his assignment In
as the head of Current
"IT'S| YOUR COMMAND NOW," says Lt. Col. Percy F. Avant Branch on the Joint Staff
(right!) ) as he presents the colors and command of the Marine Aviation Commander-In-Chief,
Detachment at the Naval Air Station to Lt. Col. John Urell. Fleet.In .
(USMC Photo by GySgt Wes Ward). that post, Capt. 8)I
ed 17 select officers of all

Lt. Col. Urell Is New of spots logistic service in requirements the In Pacific fulfilling and of all


= gions.He.

Marine Aviation Det. COBy after began attending his military school

Aliqutppa and Kingston,
GySgt Wes Ward he graduated from ( )

The Marine Aviation Detachment received a new commanding of- June 1935.
ficer and executive officer at Informal change of command ceremoniesheld His first assignment was
last Friday. Lieutenant Colonel John Urell became the new commanding the heavy cruiser USS
officer and Major William J. Hinson assumed the executiveollicer"s until early 1938 when he
duties.Lieutenant cepted for flight training
Colonel Percy F. and combat cargo loading officer. sacola. He subsequently
The MarlneAvlatlonDetachment his to lieutenant
promotion
detach-
Avant, who commanded the
provides instructors, support and
ment for the past three years was assistance to the approximately (Continued On Page ) .. ,
transferred to Norfolk, Va. for In the area ol competitive bombing -
duty with Headquarters, Fleet 1600 Marines graduating each year exercises, a pilot who earns
from the Aviation Electricians,
Marine Force, Atlantic. Major three or maybe just two "Es"
Malcolm A. Hill, former executive Aviation Ordnance and Mechanical rSrL feels that he has done somethingvery
Fundamentals Course here at the
officer was transferred to the worthwhile..and he has.
Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Naval Air Technical Training Unit. But what can be said of a pilot

Point, N.C.Lieutenant. who gets every possible "E" out
Colonel Urell a Position Open For t't of a series of six events?
Naval Aviator since 1943 came Such a pilot is Lieutenant (jg)
here after completion of Senior WriterSchool # Phil Richardson, an A-1H Sky-
i.: ,v School at Quanttco Va. He flew Sports raider pilot with Attack Squadron
dive bombers In the Pacific during s 176 better known as the Thunder-
World War II and was with the bells are ringing once bolts. -,
first Marine Corps helicopter again for Leon Dulin, J03, thus Lt. (jg) Richards recently received
squadron In Korea. Between the leaving vacant the Sports Editor's all standard scores high
wars, he flew mostly fighter planes desk. enough for qualification for the
on the West Coast. Anyone assigned to NAS Jack- 11 E" In all squadron bombing
He was one of the first Marines sonville who enjoys sports year- events.In .
assigned to the KC 130F 6V-1 round and has talent for writing the six runs made, flying his
(in-night refueling) program. He sports copy Is Invited to inquire single-place attack bomber, the
was operations officer of the first about being permanently assignedto young pilot's bombs landed with-
Marine Corps in-night refueling the NAS Service Information in 50 feet of the target In day
squadron, VMGR-352 at EI Toro, Office, by visiting or calling SIO, k bombing exercises..within 65 (feet
Calif. Bldg. 1. Rm. 219, Ext. 272, or on night bombing runs..25 feet 1th

Major Hinson, a Naval Aviator the Air News Office, Bldg. 1 .. dAN air-to-ground rockets..two50 'et
since 1944, arrived here from Rm. 230, Ext. 816L hits during low altitude slmul) ed
Cherry Point where he was an Interested persons must be good napalm approaches..and with! 50
instructor In jet transition procedures. typists.In for accomplishments during the past feet of target after executing he
Like Colonel Urell, he Hew addition to gaining sports INSCRIBED PLAQUE ) Doris Kane simulated pop-up delivery of. u-
Barracks Council is presented to ,
dive bombers and fighters duringand writing experience all SIO per- year by the Waves clear weapon.
Immediately after World WarII. sonnel are given the opportunity to YN1. vice president by Copt. J. R. Compton, NAS Commanding Under a point system, In o, er
In Korea, he flew the Panther learn to operate the 4x5 Speed Officer during 21st Waves Birthday celebration held last Thurs to qualify for E" awards,the Pilot
Jet primarily on close air sup- Graphic camera, become acquainted day. Other members of the Council are Mary K. Mosely, RMCA, must score 90 out of a possible
port and bombing missions. Since with makeup and layoutof president; Linda Former, YN3, treasurer and Nancy Dimuzia, SN, 100 points.Lt. .
then he has commanded the Head- tabloid newspaper, plus gain- secretary. All the girls with the exception of Chief Mosely are as- (jg) Richardson did just that I
quarters Squadron at Cherry Point Ing valuable experience toward becoming signed to NATTU. She is in the NAS Communications Dept.Havy(
(See
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MeaningPut .
Following is a report of traffic J
violations for the period July 21 The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
FormWe through July 27. published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
it in Letter
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use (In the JAX AIR
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
week 21-27. 7
for letters July 2 NAS Jacksonville, by 1200 noon on Monday before
especiallywhen Box
service people are great ones writing Total accidents( this through ,
we are separated by long distances from our loved ones. We July 27 . .year. . .156 publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
write home to the family( to friends, to relatives, describing the Number of accidents( through July Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.

sights vwe"have seen), .,thb people we have met. And once a year, If we 1962 . . . 165 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher the Holt and queries
are really '6n'.the. all, we can write a letter to some people most of concerning such should be directed to Publishing
..... us have'never met Number Of Days Since Last Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --
Their'address--Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. This year In Motor Vehicle Ac- Telephone 359-5140 or 3590271.
they are asking to hear from us on the topic of What Can I Do for client I .............................14 .

Freedom?" In a letter of 500 words or less. And of course, as In the NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis VOL. 21 NO. 21 AUGUST 1, 1963

past, there are incentives In the form of 101 cash awards with the Keek. . . 85 J

top winner receiving a sizeable $1,000. Speeding. . . 25
The money is a nice reason for taking part in the Letter Awards Reckless driving . .4
Program. However, it is not the most important. If we sit down and Going through a stop sign. 9 Violation For A PriceBecause
ask ourselves the question "What Can I Do For Freedom?," we may Other violations. . 47
realize that we have not been applying ourselves to this goal in the Thirty-six drivers appeared before -
manner we should. Also we may come up with a clearer Idea on just the Traffic Hearing Board at
what we can do for freedom.By the meeting held on July 29 1963. of the courts' opportunities to improve driving habits,
being in uniform, service personnel are already actively engaged Disposition of the cases includedthe traffic law authorities condemn the policy of "violation for a price" I
in defending their country, which is tantamount to doing some- following: ten lost driving apd forfeiting collateral, and not going to court.
thing for freedom. The next step is to get it down on paper. Don'tput parking privileges aboard the sta- The National Standards for
It off; beat the Nov 1 deadline. Write your letter today. (AFPS) tion for various periods; eleven traffic courts recommend that all
persons charged with moving not violators but
assigned to complete an eighthourcourse only potential
in remedial driving instructions hazardous violations be requiredto violators.
; fourteen suspended appear In court and answer the 1. The public understands the

WHO WILL GET penalties; eight warnings given; charge in person.As importance of traffic laws, and
three referred to commanding officers to violation for a price, a respects them and obeys them.
forpossibledlsclpllnary( leading Florida judge says: 2. The courts continually impressthis
YOUR INSURANCE tion. "You've paid a fine, but you fact upon violators. As one
haven't had the educational bene- prominent Floridian commented:

Z ? ? fits that come from being requiredto "These things will come about
go to court and having explained when the people become convincedthat
In the event of the death of an ly taken place but the mother of 71 Pilots Named As to you the seriousness of your the widespread violation of
older war veteran, will his GI the veteran was still listed as a violation to yourself and your traffic laws is an ailment, and
Insurance funds be distributed in chief beneficiary. In numerous Astronaut Candidates neighbor." that the courts are one of the meansof
accordance with his current other cases, the veteran had remarried These benefits, he pointed out, curing that ailment if they are
wishes? but his former wife was Houston (AFPS) -Seventyone require that the court facilities, properly constituted and operated -
Not in more than 50 percent of still listed as the beneficiary.Under military pilots have been and the manner in which the pro- ."

the cases, says the Veterans Administration the law,the VA must make recommended spacecraft center to as the astronaut manned ceedings are conducted, are suchas Here's what we need to remember -
as the result of a recent payment to the beneficiary record candidates.The to create respect for the courts : Proper court handlingof
survey. as named in writing by the 71 recommendations in- and law. traffic cases does reduce vio-
The VA had diiected a reminder policyholder, Gannon emphasized.The clude 26 from the Air Force By their handling of traffic lations-the cause of most of our
letter to policyholders 60 yea rs VA will continue to senda 34 one Navy Army:men man.10 Marines and cases, judges can exert a communitywide accidents. It can make life safer
of age and older to check on the reminder to all GI policyholders A total of 271 applications influence on the driv- for every Floridian who uses our
beneficiary choices the veterans 60 years or older and will have been received this year, ing attitudes of all motortsts- streets and highways.
had originally made as well as his notify other policyholders as they Including: 200 civilian volun-
"- selection of a lump settlement or reach their 60th birthday. teer*. Three of the volunteersare

payments over a period of time.In Younger veterans whose pre- women.
The total of 271 applicantswas There's
55 percent of the veterans' vious beneficiary selection has 18 more than the 253 who Danger
replies, changes were requested to been outdated by death, marriage, applied last year. I
bring the Insurance settlement in divorce, etc., may write directly
line with the veterans' current to the office maintaining their Insurance In DiscourtesyIn
wishes, B. J. Gannon, Officer In records should they wishto
this life one of the most that "Who the dickens does
or
VA Office
Charge, Jacksonville, Initiate a change.Servicemen Then there's the
fellow who'd frustrating, the most aggravating, he think he is?" or perhaps,"Boy!rI
said.Most may see their like to buy one of those electric the most selfish of things we encounter sure buffaloed him." If you have
common cases were thoseIn Personnel Affairs or Finance Officer toothbrushes but
doesn't know If Is obvious, impudent dis experienced reactions like these
which marriage had subsequent- for the same purpose. his teeth are AC
DC
or -
Kernan F.G. courtesy. It can take many forms, while driving you were very likely
all of which can irritate the per- suffering from a lack of traffic
son upon whom they are Inflictedto etiquette.
the point of apoplexy.One Because of the greater speedon
of the most dangerous formsof the open highways; discourtesyIs

Air Force Test Center tVINGa. C OUQ" discourtesy Is associated with likely to have greater con-
traffic. Tons of flashing steel in sequences than on city streets.

.. Featured On WJXT Sun. l. '..". ,'f'r; .;;<:\... ':;I.,iff. ?.1'; ':: ', ; ...,.' I J. {(, :; : .,,...t.,, all directions enough of a hazard, Self-interest and the golden rule
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without the
.: yfr! ;! 1.{" 'il}::;": .t\1;:\ :; : 1C.\- jf' 't Z!.,,,:'a'.. 's :Y::.lf';''r=f.$\. complication of discourtesy would seem to be reasons enoughto
A report on the amuing"blrds"of tfill:( : :\ ?;r. 1.:'- ';Y,'(..:a "Ty;.'*;' \\r-J,')..;: ,?:-fJJ.: : ,1.i.J ../ and Its hand-maiden- drive courteously, but there are

the supersonic age and the test ; : :> thoughtlessness. A sudden discourteous enough people concerned with
pilots who fly them will be featured 11 : } acr cjn disrupt an otherwise "getting even" or "showing that
on "The Twentieth Century" orderly flow ot trainc and guy where to get off" te cause

on WJXT, Television 4, Sunday, .. create an explosive situation In many serious accidents.
August 4 at 6:00 p.m. an Instant.
"From JettoDyna-Soar" traces Men perhaps are the most fre-
the development of jet aircraft ./ '''-'- 1r''I..? quent offenders, no doubt because
from the first ever flown In the I -- ,., wM'J.r: :: they do more driving. It has been
U.S. to the controversial X-20 ;JIII" 1t: said that their discourtesy stems ,
Dyna-Soar, a 10,000 pound space basically from some sort of need,
reasearch glider-aircraft designed or desire, to convey to others .
for dynamic soaring.The that here comes a big man, a
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program was filmed entirely ,......,.\..71.; ..,.. really Important fellow. Women
at the U.S. Air Force Flight .:' on the other hand tend toward
Test Center, Edwards Air Force t f.;..' .1.. ;: discourtesy out of a lack of con- 4Help
Base, Calif. sideration or regard for others.At \
'Jt. first glance there may seem to
be vague generallzatlons-but thinka
moment of the drivers know. Keep
ART Art Is the real history of di1f 1; t You you
MlGHTLANP "iOUrv + yourself, may have been
their America
Their
nations. politics, wars, StrongSate
guilty just
their commerce are but records, ....e..,..... ...,.,. .,,1 ..... .1. ",. be yesterday, or you may
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you ever addressed
not time Itself. Max Weber, Time. :,.... yourself U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
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Something that is nearly irreplaceable is a human being's eyesight.
This can easily be lost through carelessness or thoughtlessness.
In order to prevent loss of eyesight or damage to the eyes the Navy,
for many years, has had an "Sight Conservation Program" LIFE INSURANCE
The aim of the program is YOU AUTO HAVE !I
to prevent accidents and maintain'
i ir ir occupational health through the times.
protection of both military and civilian With many recent technological
developments in the manufactureof
persons' eyesight.
..... Here at the Naval Air Station glasses and eye protectors per-
the program is administered by sons are not now required to wear
Charles Able, Safety Superintend two pairs of glasses. The "safetyglasses" EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS
are prescription type for
ent."We those who normally require
never on this station as far persons
as civilians are concerned have correction of sight. Another
lost an eye" said Able, "con- feature of the newer glasses Is
sidering the many eyehazardareas that they are heat-treated thus Now renting 2Ji Bedrooms

w ,- in such an industrial complex enabling them to withstand much Conveniently located to
'It''to',, '. "M this is attestation to the pro- greater force. Downtown and NAS.
value." All employees are checked
grams FURNISH......$70.00
HAZARDOUS JOB is made much safer by wearing of safety glass In addition to the very human periodically to determine their
es. Here J. T. Ferguson machinist of the O&R Depf Machine Shop aspect of eye loss it is a very degree of vision. If it fallsbelow UNFURNISHED.. $55.00
wears prescription ground metal spectacles with side shields expensive occurrence The lost of certain standards they are
while operating an automatic screw machine which turns out small one employee's eye would cost examined by an optometrist to
parts. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) the government$19,000 plus. Com- determine if glasses are needed. Cleo Davis
pare this with $6,000 spent here This is all done at no cost to

during' fiscal "year 1962 for eve the employee. REALTORS-INSURORS
protection and it readily can be
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pensive one, the safety official
pointed out.
At the present time 4,000 per-
sons aboard the station wear one
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of 25 different types of eye pro-
Need home ?
tectors ranging from metal goin' money
spectales with side shields to
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coverall goggles to welding hel-
mets.
The eye protectors are worn
throughout all departments of the
station where ever personnel are
engaged in any operation or
process where eye hazards are Li

created by flying particles liquids .
heat, glare or harmful light rays. ,
Any person passing through eye-
hazard areas,which are designated
by a yellow checkerboard line, S UN
must don one of the appropriate
forms of eye protectors.
They are also made availableto
contractors and their employees WMGet
working aboard the station.If .
an employee is found to be
industrially blind--that is sight In
PROTECTION FROM HAZARDOUS metal turnings and chipsis one eye completely or practically
offered C. H. Gibson of the O&R Dept. Machinist Shop by his missing--he is considered to be r
plastic spectacles as he works at an engine lathe. This is just engaged in eye-hazardous work
one of 25 types of eye protectors worn by military and civilian per. regardless of his occupation or
sonnel here in eye-hazardous areas. (Navy Photo by Ran Gardner, work location and Is required to
PH2.P1)). wear protective eye wear at all


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A PLASTIC FACE SHIELD protects L. T. May, machinist of the TERPROOFNESS of
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pair Hills
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protectors are worn by all personnel aboard the station who workin shields is Charles Able, NAS Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581

eye-hazardous areas as part of the Navy's "Sight Conserve* Safety Superintendent. (Navy 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541

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Fall CharityThe r3Yti.F VP-18 Host Daytona .

Jacksonville Officers' _
Wives Club Is planning another ++k ;---4
of Its fashionable charity functionsfor Dancers In Iceland
this Fall with the theme basedon II I I
"Nev Orleans Night Life,"
according to the club president Members of Patrol Squadron Aviators of the squt.dr9n.
Mrs. A.N. Fowler. The event is Eighteen, Detachment Thirteen, The group was thank'edfor< their
scheduled for the evening of aa were hosts for the Department cooperation and warmth In the I
November 23. of Defense entertainment group, entertainment of the Florida I
Selected as committee chairmanfor "The Grady and Louise Dancers," sailors from Jacksonville (in a I
the affair is Mrs. J.C. Stoo- M' of Daytona Beach, during part of short speech by Commander S.I<. t
pack who will be assisted directlyby the entertainers' stay at NS Mansfield, the Detachment Of- :
Mrs. C.B. Newton, cochairman. Keflavlk, Iceland. The Flying ficer-in Charge. PATRON 18 Is t
Phantons of VP-18 are
per- commanded by Commander V.F. '
A complete committee is expected manently based at NAS Jax, but Anderson.The .
to be selected sometime within are now deployed to Rota, Spain, Grady and Louise Dancers, J\ ,
the next two weeks, said Mrs. and Keflavlk, Iceland. under the direction of Grady Williamson -
Stoopack. At this time planning EXCHANGING IDEAS for a November "New Orleans Night Life" The dancers spent an afternoonwith are currently touring the ,;
sessions will begin for the dining, charity affair to be held at the NAS Officers' Club are these mem the Flying Phantoms tour- U.S. Armed Forces Bases In the
dancing, floor shows and games bets of the "0" Wives ClubL:( to RMrs.) A. N. Fowler, club pres- Ing the hangar spaces and the air- North Atlantic area under the
which are to emulate entertain- ident; Mrs. C. B. Newton, co-chairman for the planning committee; craft. At the end of the day all auspices of the Department of I
ment associated with that found on Mrs. J. C. Stoopack, committee chairman; and Mrs. T. A. Graham, members of the Grady and Louise Defense. The show "Young
the famed Bourbon Street of New club 1st vice president. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) Dancers were them presented with cards Varieties", consists of entertain-
Orleans. designating Honorary Naval from old
ment vaudeville :and minstrel i
comedy and dancing right '
up to the modern "Twist". The I

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q' jfr7Iv Navy 'All Hands' Lists

O&R Aircraft TransferDiv. Dependent Scholarships



Keeps 'Em Flying(

Washington (AFPS-A) num
J Or ber of scholarship awards,
The Overhaul and Repair Department at NAS Jacksonville Is the to children of active duly available fl'--
largest military Industrial site in the Southeast. As a result, the station tired and deceased military members -
I plays a big role in maintaining the Navy's Air Arm. are listed in the July edition
of the Navy's All Hands
wnmn uic oiauuirs organization magazine -
along with advice
on obtain.
web can be found a small ing scholarship information.

but significantly important groupof ever, last year from July 1962to According to the magazine the
Naval Officers and men who July 1963 there were 375 air- beginning of the senior high school
have dedicated a part of their craft processed. Jet test pilots, year is the best time to decide on
lives to test flying In order that Lt. "Paul" Riviere, Lt. "Ed" i the scholarships for which the
student wishes
others may fly safely. Hosepian, and Lt. "A.J." Smith scholarships carry to compete.deadlines Many
.4. Their primary mission is to insure average about 21 or 22 flight hours early as March for the receipt as of
that any aircraft repairedby a month. Helicopter pilots Lt. applications.
the Station's Overhaul and Repair "Bob" Brink, Lt. "Mac" McCUl-
Department's craftsman are lough, and Chief"Wilkie" Wilkinson -
second to none in operational read- average 55 to 60 per month. I
iness. These pilots rpend at least three
This encompases a thorough hours per aircraft in ground inspection WEIGHT AND BALANCE OPERATION t
checking of electrical systems, and post flight inspectionsas ... E. J. Salamon, ADRCof HEY THEAH I IBUYI"
bombing apparatus, mechanical well as the actual time in the the Aircraft Transfer Divis-
structures, etc; Insuring that each air.The ion of HAS O&R Dept. tests the A NU CAR?
aircraft is returned to active ser- O&R Department here is weight and balance of an F-6A.
vice in A-l condition.The the only Navy overhaul base on Skyray with an electronic scale CHEK FlNANCIN AT THUH CREDIT
Division Officer of the men the Atlantic seaboard which pro- contained in a small suitcase.
In the Aircraft Transfer Divisionis cesses helicopters. As a result, (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner/ .-j UNION. INTRUsT AINT BUT iHREE4UANTER -
Lieutenant Commander W.W. O&R test pilots must learn the
PH2-P1)). OF WUN PER CENT ON THE
Wear. He is assisted in his administrative peculiar problems of them all.

duties by LieutenantJ.P. The ground crews must know the UNPAID BALANCE. LIFE
Riviere, a )jet test pilot. The complete systems of these varied
balance of the test pilots are in helicopters 'so that no mistakes INSHURANCE IS FIGGERED IN.
the Quality Assurance Group. The will be allowed to pass their eagle of removing for reuse, all sal-
I Aircraft Transfer personnel 76 eyes, resulting in possible damageto vagable material from those aircraft UP TO 36 MUNTHS TOO r
strong, are highly trained Individ- a helicopter or possible loss which will fly no more.
uals; many of whom have the task of life to the crew.A They come to the station by ship,
of taking the repaired or modified small but very Importantgroupare barge, trucks, and even by rail-
aircraft aloft for a fine-tooth those members of the Weightand road. The stricken stripped hulls
combing. Balance Crew. They carry are then sent to.the scrap heap
There are presently six test around a small suitcase which contains for salvage. Jax Navy Federal Credit Union
pilots performing flight test dutiesat an electronic scale which
the O&R Department. They are can weigh any aircraft, large or ,
Lieutenants E.S. Hosepian, J.P. small If the aircraft is not balanced JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN
( McCullough R.E. Brink, J.P. it will not perform properlyand .
t.t Riviere, and A.J. Smith (Progressive won't even fly in some cases, BRAND NEW 1963 FIAT
Aircraft Rework Liaison so with these small scales the
Officer from ComFalrJax)} and Weight and Balance Crew becomea
Chief Aviation Machinists Mate very Important "cog" in the
W.A. Wilkinson, an Avianon Pilot. wheel which produces the aircraft. '
The average number of planes Another crew in the Aircraft $ i1 :
processed through this division Transfer Division has the :
varies from to how-
. year year; unglamorous but essential chore
45.50 Miles Less Price--
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I:1 Per Gallon Less Payments
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I man, AT2 of the Aircraft Transfer Division of NAS O&R Dept. talk jt
,/I with test pilots to check all the bands on aircraft radio equipment.
I'' (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) terms! ALL THESE EXTRAS

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1C 2. Factory Undercoating G. Electric Washers 9. Directional Signals
i- Windshield Wipers 10. All Vinyl Interior
3. Reclining Bucket Seats.
7. Courtesy Light & Map Light 11. Oversized Brakes
I 'IF IT CAN BE DONE WE'LL 4. Padded Dash 8.
DO IT! p Lights Under Hood & Trunk 12. 4-Speed Transmission

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Thunderbolt "Es"Return ,-.

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" Thunderbolts of Attack the squadron personnel are being
"a + Squadron 176 returned to NAS Jax afforded a rest period before em-
this week after a six-week cruise barking for a 12-day warm up
aboard theUSSShangri-La InvolvedIn cruise prior to their scheduled deployment -
I si' training Midshipmen. to the Mediterranean in
During the eastern Atlantic tour, early October.
L the squadron spent five days In
0' : ? :%:: 42 New York and four days in Quebec .. .>.,,:'!n. '
\ City, Province of Quebec, :.. >bi '1< :
: Canada.It N'1IJ..>>.{ .
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I ud 2 from Jacksonville that the Sky- Vi 6't' .t.,
ralder-flying squadron received '.\'.:
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word from the Commander of the 1t.
Atlantic Fleet Naval Air Forces ,",.- '
that It had been selected the out- r
RECEIVE PROMOTIONS These five Blackbirds of Attack Squadron Forty-five were recently pro. standing Attack Squadron of the Nfw'Ay
moted to their present ranks. They are (L to RLtjg) ( ) L. M. Jones, Ltjg( ) G. D. McDowell, Lt. Cdr. Atlantic Fleet and had been awarded ,.\ '
T.P. Gentry, Mjg( ) R.G. Gillespie and Mjg( ) EE. Rodammer. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2- the Battle Readiness Excellence i '
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Award for fiscal : f\\
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Gilbert E. Moore



HIGH PRICES Moore SupplyPersonality -

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5462 NORMANDY BLVD.

PH. 3885447WESTINGHOUSE

L ir1, For JulyGilbert


E. Moore, was honoredas
the NAS Supply Department
Personality of the Month for JulyIn
ceremonies held last Thursday.He .
Is a Management TechnicianIn
the Operations and Prodedures
Branch of the Planning Division. j
':'& Captain John D. Sullivan'praised -
Moore for his technical ability,
enthusiasm tact and understanding. -
"Though his duties are
strictly of a staff nature", said
NEED AN ABSOLUTELY FROST FREE the Captain, "he has contributedto
an excellent working relation-
1 ship between line and staff and his
REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER? THIS
efforts In developing operating
1 t procedures and instructions have
3' IS ONE OF THE BEST BUYS WE ATTYREE'S been outstanding."

Moore, a native Georgian,beganhis
HAVE EVER HAD! federal service career In
December 1941 as a junior
property and supply clerk In the
Guaranteed t Trade of Supply Control Division. He
A transferred to the Planning
Division In January 1956 and was
promoted to his present positionIn
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DEFROSTING Honor GraduatesTwo

IN THE R

REFRIGERATOR' Marines graduated as
EVER L honormen from Naval Air Tech-
nical Training Unit's school July
26, and they finished with almost
Identical averages.
AE-A school's Cpl. D.A. Pards
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two, as he completed the 22-
YES WE NEED YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR IN TRADE. WE RECONDITION AND SELL MOST week course with an average of
88.50. He was barely a tenth ofa
ALL USED TRADE-INS. THAT'S WHY TYREE'S GUARANTEES $100' TRADE ALLOWANCE FQR point ahead of AO-A school's
Pvt. L.E, Keene, who finished withan
YOUR OLD ICE BOX OR REFRIGERATOR REGARDLESS OF AGE. MAKE, OR CONDITION. 88.39 average.
Graduating honorman Is the
No Cash Down' Payment member of each class who com-
piles the highest overall scholastic

EASY I TERMS Up To 36 Months To Pay, average.'There was no graduadlng

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Volley Forge, AFPS ?'
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All members of the Armed Forces on active duty, including membersof ..J.a .

the service academies, are again eligible to compete in the annual <
"Freedoms Foundation Letter Writing Contest." 4

Prizes at stake total $8,500 s :
including a $1,000 cash award *

for first place. 4a
Letters mut be 500 .words or ) '

less on the subject: "What Can Olavu Eprc
s oVN (
'" I Do for Freedom?" Entries, post- s D

marked no later than Nov. 1,

1963, must be mailed to Freedoms ..J

Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa.
HAS Jax has
Letters must be legibly typedor PROMOTION ,
ARMY leader of the
written on one side of the paper the bars of Army Captain aS uniform SHiS him with

only, and must contain full name, detachment, while ,
N Army homebased at Fort Rucker, Ala., came to Jacksonville -
rank or rating, service number the promotion order. The special Army flight unit,
branch of service,unit address and for local area support. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, **P1)).

home address of the entrant.In .

addition to the $1,000 first-

place award 50 awards of $100 Capt. DeckerContinued College in Washington, DC. Fol-

and 50 awards of $50 will be given. lowing this Instruction assignmenthe

The top 10 winners will be Invited his
( From Page 1)) was transferred to joint
here for an awards cere- ,1L
staff duties in Hawaii.
that and his INVEST IN
grade year Navy Wingsin
mony to be held on George Wash- Capt. Decker is entitled to wear

ington's Birthday, Feb 22, 1964 August 1939. Flying Cross
the Distinguished FREEDOMBUY
the the
In two years prior to
The following day award win-
the Air Medal with
United States' Into World with two stars;
ners will visit Washington D.C, entry with
for a tour of the Capitol and won by PFC Gerald I. Silverman, War It. he served as a pilot with four stars and; the Bronze the Presiden-Star *
Combat V star;
vs-6 aboard the Her USS York-
-- other sites of Interest. Winners U.S. Army, who was then stationed car with star and the
tall Unit Citatipn
will also visit briefly with top In Bremerhaven, Germany. town.. Then, during 1941-42, he ribbon.
Commendation
Unit U. S.
served with the Atlantic Fleet Advanced Navy
officials of their The 1962 conducted
respective serv- contest was Decker the
Captain and Mrs. ,

ices.Last the award doms under and the theme of "My Free-" an Instructor Carrier and Training engineering Group of-as former Evelyn Holland of Clarks- SAVINGS BONDS
year, top was My Responsibilities.
ficer. burg, Miss., are living In Quarters

Late in 1942, he was trans- B aboard the Station with their

ferred to the Operational TrainingUnit two children, Vicki Lou, 15, and

at NAS Cecil Field as the John Stephen, 11.

1rAdg assistant to the officer in charge. .
This was one of the first Fleet .

ry 1i units to train attack pilots in advanced I I PUZZ.LE,01 PAY !

bombing techniques. .
The remainder of the war found '
-' Capt. Decker's duties divided between The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the lax Air .News, iso
/lCi"a a $5 no prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to
+ an air command and an tt.is week s crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200,

S t,. amphibious unit. He served with eacb Saturday following publication. The winner will be announced
VB-9 aboardthecarrlerUSSEssex III "u' week's issue of the Jax Air Ne\'B. Entries, must be sent

j during his first Pacific war assignments to the lIolt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville

and later on the staffof
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8.tIa..ACROSS .
: I Amphibious Group Six aboard (:loes TINT ASP -L -A S

the communications ship USS 1.1'lan',1 u.1'nrt or S M E E V I A 1.Wllrble 1- .:. ..N.,
: Rocky Mount. During this periodhe 5.Hwt'C.-l putatocs1lutatocsnurntutcstut j.I'rt-flx'"tu bc" APT. F EAR 5 i E M Ug
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R FAR N A A
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In
participated campaigns at iG
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Wake, the Gilbert and Marshall :H'.l'rlckll A t.; I N E GAB. 61u Jl.U.Ip't' ;

..- Islands, Saipan, Manus, Truk, : nut .Jlllinrully REDS .,. AD. S A R A
14.(rumt l0 Opera IJO
TWENTY-ONE YEARS as part of the Navy was celebrated by the Borneo and the Invasion of the .HI"nt'd 1'crdl1i E D E. C I T. U RE .
Philippines.At .Note tiC "sink' : II.Trnnsactioll .. R 0 L. L. SHE'D..
Waves stationed here celebration held last
142 at a Thursday at .
III.Wrl'; name lli.Holtt In high M A. B E. BEE T. ME
the Waves Barracks.! Here RAdm. Robert Goldthwaithe, ComFair. the close of World War II, 19.rtll1e:11I1 Itr r..mrt1 o N E. A 10 R iT A. FAR.
alloy fnlt1 ::0!
like
'Cry cot
Jax and ComNabSix cuts the first slice of the anniversary cakeas he moved to Washington, D.C., l.I'prtlllnlllJ: In 22'Spanish ANN U NCI., I A T I ION 5

Lt. (jg) Clara D. Parsons, Wave Representative and Copt. J. where he served in the office of 21.l:\ I punishment'rlulllenn: 23.lIIpmll'h article TAD .s. AGE T R E E

R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer look on. (Navy Photo by the Deputy Chief of Naval :::j.II llt.:1\: \ ?I.11'oody plant,
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Operations in the :5 ('ouled lava .
aviation
Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) plans ( ,) :26; :leean) UWIII\teel .2' .Iputhecary'slbhr "
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section. :!S.Tnlk Idly\ 3\( .Soonded nickname ..,Ioili..s
Then a commander, he became : re ioudly Prt'II)81I1on hhh note
:\\1.HCllllrt :12 Time gone hl' 53: !
4j.ln Through
GEr AMISSILE Commander gnu
Carrier Air :J4..arlll.111'1111"\
Group-3
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aboard the carrier USS Kearsargeuntil .I'htc'e:! 3G.lake lace: :,0.Malay canoe bo lIhoor3..III

. AGE DEAL early 1949 when he assumedthe h 38.Itishop! :..I.GrnnlISO or G1: .Conjunrtionmountabl sheep

Training Officer duties on the 31.I-I'Iuhul! f.\t.
staff of Commander Fleet Air silver I 2 3 4 3 6 7 1 9 10 ..11 I I
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Quonset Point, R.I. 42.ln"IIII\. 12 1

NEW CARS Following a tenure as a studentat H.U..t 4G.Teutunlrleily; up 13 14

the Naval War College In New- ( ii 16 17 Id

I'' Lowest Prices port, R.I., he returned to sea ,1\.11"11\\rainfalls .....
Highest Trade-in Allowance duty as the operations officer Sn.l teg I 19 20m 21 22
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, i11 eEasy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town aboard the carrier USS Oriskany.He .ChrlllIIllRI'C" '!Ir"t 23. 24 2' 26 iT ')oX m
J left this ship in 1952 to become :,4..Crhnsnn; kW : ..x.N"h' -:
,5 of( tCl'n''" 28 XX> 29 30 'XS 31 32 33
executive officer of the ;.
car- .Makes
USED CARS :<<'oe
rier USS Ticonderoga, later returning suitable 34 3.5 -
lil.-\umh'r: = : 36' 37 38 39: :
f Okayed Used Ca; at Two Big Lots to the Oriskany as her 6!word ut 40 _.
sorrow 41 H
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executive officer while the
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5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
rier was off Korea. Idol ;::.x. :& 46 41
Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn 1.Total: > l* 41 49
;QYo
... 7 Back on the mainland in 1953, :
Every Car Sold he assumed duties as Director of /f6'Si'ar; .iiku\firm, o 51lij. 52 > .53 : D(>O .X", .>>:
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Service Test at the Naval AirTest DOWN 5/
|SHOP I IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MI SSUEJGORDONTHOMPSON Center, Patuxent River, Md., and .5.5 .56 .57 .58 .59 60

while there was promoted to 1.l'Illnllll'h 61 e2 63 0plural /
IIl'tldc
captain. Once again he returned to 2.11r:: 11\\ 6.5 <
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@ sea, taking command of the Fleet 3.\rtlf1dal, e7I'Ingll'Ig'

oiler, USS Canisteo. D'IlItr by United Feature Syndicate Inc:. B
From I September of 1959 until
: WINNER
"Jacksonville's Center"C :
: 1961, Capt. Decker was a memberof Mary Ann Middleton 2432 Cuery Blvd.

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JAX AIR NEWS Pog 9

Schlitz Derby ResultsFor

Zone 3 (central Florida),
the Schlitz 1963 Florida Fishing

Derby closed at midnight, July 31,
while for Zone 4 (North Florida,
the derby will continue through the
end of August.A .
total of $38,897 in awards has
been paid for the Schlitz-tagged
fish around the state, with Zone
4 now in the lead in award money
with $11,808. Y

ft t1 Pondering the mysterious whimsof
chance and the baffling law of

averages, a Schlitz official noted 1d
i that thus far this year no one has
snagged a $10,000 fish, whereasat f
this point in the derby last
year two $10,000 specimens had I'

been captured. He pointed out, 2fTr
though, that two of the big bonus
fish are still swimming around
"
/ :7,1crnt derby-elgible waters, one in Zone
: 3 and one in Zone 4. GETTING CLIPPED Is a pleasure in this respect, as indicatedby
The catch tagged red snappersin Cdr. O.S. Braddock, Operations Officer, as Mart Lewis treats
the Pensacola area has con- him to the first haircut in the new Operations Building barbershop

- tinued to grow. The Schlitz whole (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, P1f2.P1)).
f1 'i1 saler in Pensacola reports that
fishermen have brought in a total
100 PERCENTER Sitting in the cockpit of his A-1H Skyraider of 28 award carrying snappers,
aircraft is Mjg( ) Phil Richardson who tallied a six "E" recordout which were released by the Florida
of six events during a competitive bombing exercise. He isa State Board of Conservation in the
member of the Thunderbolts, Attack Squadron 176. (n Navy Photo section of northwest Florida.
by USS SHANGRI-LA). Fresh water fish for the derby are 1
tagged and released by the Florida
Game & Fresh Water Fish Com-

aviation safety wer the Pacific mission. Reports of all tagged Ads should b. palled to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd. Drive,
Carrier Landing Fleet attack aircraft carrier, catches are sent to these state Jacksonville 1. Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday 'or publl-
USS Oritkany, and the Atlantic agencies for their fish research cotton the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline
Fleet's anti-submarine warfare studies. will I be published the following week unless the publisher Is In*
Accidents Decline support aircraft carrier, USS strutted otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the
Randolph. Zone catches to date are as ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.
Washington (AFPS) The The award, named for Vice: follows:
Navy's overall carrier landing Adm. James H. Flatley Jr., is Zone closed) 422 fish$11,627
accident rate declined approxi- made by the Navy for accident Zone 2 (closed) 202 fish 4,837 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
mately Year 1963.6.5 percent during Fiscal rier prevention operations.during aircraft car- Zone 3 (open through July 31)) Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35

Night carrier landing accidents During his lifetime Admiral 368 fish 10,625
decreased about 8.7 percent. Flatley was a strong advocate and Zone 4 (open through Aug. 31))
Receiving: this year's Admiral relentless worker in support of 362 fish 11,808 FOR SALE Ortega Hills, 1ml. FRENCH college girls availableto
Flatley Memorial Award for aviation safety programs. TOTALS 1,354 fish $38,897 from NAS, 3 BR, 11/2 bath, fenc- give French lessons during sum-
__a ._____ .- -----.----.- ed back yard, shade trees.$85 mo. mer vacation. EV 91262.
5120 Oakside Drive. 384-1398.
WILL TRADE 6 yr. equity In
RIVERSIDE, Ideal location, fur- 3 BR, 1 1/2 B Sanford, Fla.
TIRE BARGAINS nished private room. Gentlemen Home for similar property NAS
only EV 9-8912 or eveningsEX Jax area. Lt. Premo, 3105S. Park,
89023. Sanford, FA 2-6832.


FREE TRIP to Rocket City. Free FOR SALE 2 story, 3 BR,
book on Rockets. Call represen- maid room, corner lot, central
tative 781-1277. heat. 4710 Apache,Ortega TerracePh.
EL 4-7033.

S FOR SALE 1962 Mercedes Benz.
REMINGTON 190 D (Diesel) 4-door sedan SINGER SEWING MACHINE -
Bucket seats, radio (AM &FM). Portable zig-zag, sews forwardand
,; 750 X 14 35 mtles/gaL Price: $3,300. reverse, perfect condition.
Black Nylon CAPT. ALLEN, NAS Ext. 719. $56.00 or pick-up payments of
18 Month Road Hazard Guarantee TubelessExchange $8.00 per month. Phone 359-3387,
Plus Tax BOAT FOR SALE FiberglassCabin AAA Sewing Machine Company.
Cruiser with trailer and 50
HP engine. Length 19 ft., 2 bunks THE: RYTHMAIRES COMBO wish
head and sink. Ski equipment, lad- engagements playing at NAS or
LINE PREMIUM
1ST der, life preservers, spare anchor Jax area. Best equipment, back-
24 Months Guarantee 36 Months Guarantee spare tanks, canvas cover ground. Call Green Cove Springs
Cushion-Aire Society and other Incidentals Included. 2843948.
Sue Price: 1,900. CAPT ALLEN, NAS
White Black White Ext. 719.HANDY MEN WITH'SALES and Managerial
750x14800x . S77.95 Sl:>.95 J19.95 Ability. Lifetime Income, early
15 . W.95 16.95 2J.95
850 x 14..20.95 18.95 23.95 PERSONAL SERVICE retirement, top earnings possiblefirst
900 x J4. . .2J.95 J9.95 25.95 COST PLUS Iff]* NAME BRAND year. Income security for
160 15. .19-95 77.95 21.95 AlrCond TV, you and your family. Confidential
820 75. . 21.95 J9.95 27.95 Range, Refrlg, ,
x
600.73. . 15.95 13.95 Stero, Laundry, Etc. Terms No interview, no obligations. Write
650 x 3. 16.95 14.95 Sales Nuisance For Quote Phone Box 7024, Jacksonville 10.
356-5892 or Write UPS Box 7311
NO MONEY DOWN 12 MONTHS TO PAY Jax 10. ORTEGA HILLS, House for Rent.
Clean 3 BRMS., den. EV 4-7138.

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DATA PROCESSING INSTRUCTORS Discussing a principle y
point of the Introduction to Data Processing Course being con
ducted here oreLtoR( ) Clyde Kennedy, assistant data processing I

officer; B.R. Dixon, management analysis officer; Rex '(hidden, r ))
shops group superintendent, O&R Department; and Fred Huis- )
inga_ >f Data Processing Department. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
PH2-P1)).

RAPT ATTENTION displayed on the faces of the initial group of supervisors receiving the Intro.
Supervisors Given Data duction to Data Processing Course is indicative of the high degree of interest displayed by all
personnel) attending the classes. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).

Processing CourseOver


500 supervisory personnel
..
of'the station were recently givenan processing in preparation for the
"Introduction of Data Process: station's greatly expanded pro- OPEN NIGHTLY 5 PM TO 12 MIDNIGHT PH 7715581Grand

sing" course through the combined gram in this area. SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 12 MIDNIGHT

efforts oftheManagementAnal The expanded program embrac-
Office, Data Processing Depart- ing additional computer capacityand
ment, and the Industrial Relations automatic in-put of data
Training Division. through transaction recorders, is
The course, taught by Fred now in the early stages of Imple- Opening
Hulslnga and Clyde Kennedy both mentation.The .
of the Data Processing Depart- course,condensed to one and
ment, was designed primarily to one-half hours,was given togroupsof ,
give supervisory personnel a 20 supervisors.Two classes per
"speaking acquaintance" with data days ere scheduled, enabling the 4
entire training program to be completed -
Thresher-Type Submarine in three weeks.HS741 .

Slated for CommissioningA riwQ1CHEI4

fourth Thresher-class sub- Back
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marine, the Tlnosa, will be com-
missioned by the Navy at Ports- From 2-Week
: mouth, N.H., naval shipyard Oct
19.
I 4 Other submarines of this class Key West Hop
4: are the USS Permit and the USS

( Plunger.The Helicopter Antisubmarine i
Tlnosa's commissioningwas Squadron HS-741 returned to Jack- ,..' '* *? r--
originally planned for June sonville's Naval: I Air Reserve
15, but was delayed for modifications
Training Unit last Friday bring-
ordered result of the
as a
ing to a climax two weeks of annual -
loss of the US5 Thresher.
summer training for its
Floridian-Reservist members.
This year the squadron under-
went its active duty at the Naval
Air Station, Key West Fla.,where .1 3438 BLANDING BLVD. at CEDAR RIVER

the reservists conducted joint JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAA
w Fleet antisubmarine exerciseswith
surface units in the Caribbeanarea.
tradition in good eating throughoutthe
The squadron, commanded by
Commander BN. Willis is one of
southeast since 1946.
14 Selected Reserve Squadrons assigned -
to NARTU Jax. Its mem-
, bers train one weekend each monthin
addition the two-week For the best Channel Catfish you've
to ajjnaal
WESTSIDE,4ul active duty cruises. FRESH WATER ever eaten, be sure to bring the family
FEATURING to the Grand Opening of Prichett's Kit
These
cruises
yearly ,according
chens. Serving the best the very best
to Cdr. Willis, are most essentialin
tiw azh
and Hushpuppies since
maintaining peak performanceand recepes, equipment and
a state of readiness should CHANNEL CATFISHthroughout have made Prichett's famous
SERVING the squadron be required to inter- the Southeast. Eating at
r
SOUTHwEST DUVAL grate with active duty forces. Prichett's is a family affair with special l

,I COUNTY menus for the little appetites of child

',',1 CONVENIENT COMPLETE WITH FOOF'S SPOOFS AND HUSPUPPIES ren.enjoy Bring Catfish the and entire Hushpuppies family tonight as well and


BANKING COMMERCIAL MODERN 10 MAKI: A LONG-' NamiNG STORYSNOR1TNERE'S ALL YOU CAN EAT and as, French Chjcken Fried Shrimp Onion delicious Rings. Steaks


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Thursday, August 1 Thursday, August 1 ;i Thursday, August 1Country I

Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 8:00: Open
Drifters 8:30 p.rru -
p.m. 12:00 a.m.
\. .. Dance Contest Friday, August 2 11:30'p.rn.

Friday, August 2 Johnny Arnold Friday, August 2

'. Phil Cay and the Chantells 9:00 Saturday, August 3 Capples Combo 8:30: > p.m. -
p.m.1:00 a.m.Saturday 12:45 a.m.
,
\ fI Phil Cay
August 3 Saturday, August 3
/
March Wilson and the,Red Coats Sunday, August 4 Mark Castle 8:00p: .-12:45a.m..

WELCOME AND CONGRATULATIONS No doubt a lasting impression 9:00: p.m.100 a.m. Charlie Jay Sunday, August 4
will be carried through the years by Lt. Cdr. Robert E. Sunday, August 4
May of his first day wiih Fleet Air Wing Eleven, July 22. Besides Game Night 5:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
Carl Monday, 5
& August
Boyd Rhythm Kings 8:00
being greeted as the staffs new Plans Officer by Wing Commander p.m.12:00 a.m.Monday Monday, August 5
Captain L. P. Pressler, he was also notifiedof his i promotionto Pizza Night
lieutenant commander. The new FAW-11 officer comes to Jax August 5 Audition Night
from BuPers where he served in the requirements division. (Navy
Open Tuesday, August 6
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). Tuesday, August 6
Tuesday, August 6 Happy Hour Game Night 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.

FOR THE.BEST DEALS UN THE PEST AUTOMOBILES! Happy Hour

See--Moon Mullins Wednesday, August 7 Wednesday, August 7 Wednesday, August 7
Game Night 8:00: p.m. 1000pm. Western Drifters Night with the Country Sports: All-Star Golf
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in the big yellow building (llth & Main)

New Renaults PeugeotsStudebakers. Weeks Reserve Tour Tomorrow


PHONE EL 6-3993

Patrol Squadron 701 from
Dallas, Texas will complete its
two weeks of active duty for train-
BACK TO Ing here tomorrow. The unit arrived -
at NAS, Jax on Monday

I IIKD$1W5ft l : July 22.The .activated "Weekend War-

SCHOOLDRESSES riors" commanded by Commander
1..W. Keeler are being hosted by
Patrol Squadron Sixteen and are
f + t operating under the operational
control of Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
The Reservists are flying the
SP-2E "Neptune" during their

JUST ARRIVED!! stay The here.squadron will perform all
of the vital tasks normally assigned -
an antisubmarine squadronIn
the process of their Intensive
First Quality, Beautiful .r training. This Includes untilizationof
the most modern electronics
Girls Dresses, Size 7 -14 equipment In locating and trackingof
f
submarines anywhere over the
waters off the coast of the South-
I FLORIDA GREETING for a Texas Naval Reservist is extendedto eastern United States. In addition,
Cdr. L. W. Keeler, CO of VP-701, by Commodore of FAW.ll, the Reserve crews will complete
DRESSES $188Comparable Copt. L. P. Pressler and Cdr. W. J. Vaught, XO of VP16. VP.16 their annual qualification exer-
is hosting the Dallas squadron during its two-week active duty cises.
tour here which ends tomorrow. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2- Host squadron VP-16, com-
P1)). manded by Commander L.H.Boutte
Is providing observers to accompany -
to 2.98 each flight crew on their
the ONE place to
ALSO 3 TO 6X 1.99 To 2.98 operational flights.

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Patrol Squadron Thirty's Softball squad, which ended the regular
NAS Jax intramural season in second place,copped the 1963ComFairJax t tf
Softball Championship last Friday by downing the diamondmenof Patrol
Squadron Seven by a surprising score of 16-3. a p
The winning pitcher forU the VP-7 threatened once again as first

"Pros" at Saratoga Field was baseman Buck Fowler gained a & ew
James Blythe while VP-Ts Bernie free trip to first after being hit #
Feest took the loss. by a pitch. He was followed down
This was the third time the two the line by Holli Hollweg ((10) and
PatRon teams had met during the Spence Norris ((2b) who walked. VP-30 WINS THIS TIME After recently losing in the finals of the NAS Softball play-offs, VP.30
five-day, 11-team, double elimi- This bases-loaded threat was worked their way to the ComFairJax Tournament championship held at NAS Jax last week. Players
nation tournament. Patrol Squadron cooled off, however, as rain began are (front row L to R) John Holmshek (Manager)*, Keith Julie, James Blythe, Jerry Ensch, R.
Seven won the first clash bya drenching the field, causing the E. Spiegel, H. W. Schroeder, Don Ondo, and Joe Thomas. Second row (L to R), they are Bob Bar-
score of 3-2 in an eight Inn- delay. rett, Julian Lewis, Jerry Stephenson, Charlie Snow, Charlie Fields, and Mike Feldman. (Navy Photo -
ing ball game. In the semifinalgame When play resumed, with the by Ron Gardner, PH2.P 1)).
VP-30 slipped past their score board showing two outs, all
counterparts, 5-4, then Friday hope of bringing the runners round base and headed for home. The fifth.It. game.
morning, in the championshipgame literally went down the drain as throw from the field was there but wasn't until the bottom of Before the shouting began, and
the "Pros" removed all Glenn filed out to-VP-30's cen- the catcher dropped the ball and the fifth Inning that VP-7 showed just for insurance, VP-30 added
doubt of their supremacy on the ter fielder, Jerry Stephenson.The Ondo too scored. any signs of coming alive. It was two more runs to their score In
diamond by shellacking VP-7 bya next session at bat for both Nothing seemed to go right for then that they scored their third the top of the seventh inning bring-
runaway score of 16-3. teams found their pitchers In con- the VP-7 squad as the following run which proved to be the last ing to a total of 16 runs to VP-
Those 16 runs across the plate trol, sending all batters back to batter, Julian Lewis (lb), walkedto tally for the squad in the ball Ts three.
for VP-30 followed an early delay the hole.In first sending Barrett to second.,
in the contest when the game the bottom of the third Inn- Catcher Charlie Fields got the
was momentarily called at the top ing, however, Patrol Squadron fourth single of the inning which
of the second because of
inning Thirty's rally began behind six scored Barrett and moved Lewis
rain. Before that, however, in the hits and two VP-7 errors. around to confer with the third base
first Inning, VP-7 chalked up two Chuck Snow started the show by coach. Then, the ninth consecutive
quick runs scored by Waldo Glenn swinging at a third strike which Matter for VP 30,Jerry Stephenson,
((3b) and teammate Al Umphfres. VP-Ts catcher, Maxie Hick, singled into the outfield, scoring
VP-SO's first Inning attempt at bat dropped. In an attempt to beat Snow Lewis and advancing Fields to
resulted in three three down.
up to first base, Hetrick overthrewhis third.
As the clouds came overheadIn mark and the runner continued
Snow, who started off the ally,
the top of the second inning, safely to second base. The second singled his second time at bat, s
batter was Keith Julie (rf). Ona driving in Fields and moving
pitch to Julie, Snow headed for Stephenson to third base. On the
third base. Once again the first pitch to Julie, the next bat- '
.
catcher's attempt to pick htm off ter, Snow stole second. w I
throughout... went wild, allowing the VP-30 As the eleventh batman to face CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY Receiving the ComFairJax Softball
second baseman to score the first VP7's battery, Julie filed out to Championship trophy for Patrol Squadron 30 is team manager John
"THE LONG HOT tally for his team. Julie, sub- center fleldman Carl Morton, a Holomshek. Chief of Staff, Copt. V. F. Casey, made the presen
sequently, walked and was followedby sacrifice which sent Snow to third. tation in the presence .of VP-30's executive officer, Cdr. J. G.
SUMMER"Let the "Pro" pitcher, James Blythe, at his second attempt at Boniface. VP-7, which lost the crown by an over-powering score
Blythe, who had since relieved Bob bat, hit a follow-up sacrifice fly of 16-3. received a runnerup trophy. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
Ensch. Blythe connected with a to right field after which Snow tag- PH2-P1)),
single, sending Julie to third. and
ged up easily scored from
The fourth batter was Mike Feld- third. The final
out of the Inning
The Jeut2
manlf) who was hit by a pitch, came next as the VP-7 pitcher
Let us finance with thus loading; the bases for short- found his mark and fanned Feld-
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single field, nine big runs had crossedthe Padiouse
brought In two more runs, Julie
plate with each of VP30'splayers
I'I'l and third.Blythe, and advanced Feldmanto making at least one run.

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CERWA Gives



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number of civil service fisher-

t1M 1'' '+ men were presented gift certif-
PL
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the C&R Building, for top catchesin
the Fisherman's Rodeo.

The directors of the Civilian : ti : 'r&:*; ,,,. tia s,
1 Employees Recreation and Welfare

_ Association completed analysis of YS t J
_ the entries submitted during the -i k W
Rodeo which was conducted for NAS

FRESH WATER WINNERS receive gift certificates for top catches Jacksonville employees from June SALT WATER WINNERS are (L to R)' Milo Jones, Jr., Ross E.
in the CERWA event. They are (L to R) Wilbur Neal
Jack Lever-
8 through 7.
July Hair, E. M. Fulmer, Louis B. St Petery Jr., John T. Lee and
once, Rose Neal, Robert Hall, Geraldine Weedman and Tom BrownJr. In the fresh water division, Thomas Adams. Howard Futch and Raymond Mayberry
were unavailable
(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). largest black bass were
caughtby for the photo. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).
Robert Hall, Sr., IRD, who .
caught the top fish, followed by

Tom Brown, Jr., O&R; and John Tros" Take Laurels
dial EV 8-7676 Leverance. also of o&R. The best CFJ

bream were caught by Raymond

MILITARY Mayberry, PW; and Rose and Wil- Loss
) Dispite Mid-tourney
bur Neal from o&R who had the

second and third best fish, respectively -
1IA811ii ( Claiming title as ComFalrJax the two teams appeared fairly
41j F Geraldine Weedman, O&R, Softball champions is indeed sig- evenly matched. They did, thatis
caught the only speckled perch.In nlgicant for Patrol Squadron until, between interuptions of

the salt water division, Thirty. Especially,considering the rain showers, the VP-30 squad
-i HAnoMWK*turn tttvict Howard D. Futch,o&RMlloJones: fact they accomplished this task broke loose in the third inningof
\ covet rpt ut*HM&tuomMcDOUGAlL'S IRD; and John TV Lee, o&R; after slipping into the loser's the final game, scoring nine
INSURANCE respectively caught the three top bracket midway in the five-day runs on six hits followed in the

6403 Roosevelt BlvdL-Netr NAS-Jacksonrtll red bass. tournament. fifth inning by scoring five runs
Three o&R men, Evans Fulmer, This first loss, and subsequentlythe on four hits. Behind this exceptional -
Louis St Petery, Jr. and Thomas only game VP-30 finished shortof display of stick handling, the
Adams, caught the largest king winning, was at the bats of winning team copped the championship -
mackeral entries, respectively.There Patrol Squadron Seven the adding two runs in the top
were no drum entries.As tourney's runnerup. Fighter of the ninth inning while VP-7
M a result of the drawing con- Squadron 174 of Cecil Field placed came trailing in with only three
(t Y + V ducted for all entrants who did third followed by Heavy Photo- tallies across homeplate.
M r.K + not win either a first, second or graphic Squadron Sixty-two In Trophies were awarded the VP-

.' third prize in anyelgiblecategory, fourth place. 30 champions and VP-7 runnersuplast
f a. Ross E. Hair, o&R, received an All told,there were eleven teams Monday in the offices of the
1 award equal to a first prize. Involved in the double elimination ComFalrJax Chief of Staff, Capt.

The directors wish to congratu- contests. They were: VP-30; VP- Vincent Casey.These teams in turn
: !ate the winners and to thank all 7; VF-174; VAP-62; VA-45FAW-; will receive recognition August 12

: contestants who participated in the 11: VA-44; ComFalrJax Staff; at the NAS Jax Ironman Sports
Rodeo. VFP-62: VA-15 and FAETU.On Banquet.AN .

Wednesday of last week, the
1 Shrimp PermitTwenty day VP-30 lost its game to VP-
7, 3-2, VAP-62 stepped over VA-
45 only to fall prey to VF-174.
four hour -
t shrimping permits The -
next day VP-30 met VF-
4 may be obtained from Station 174
+ downing them 10-5 and later
Police Headquarters, Bldg. 9
any- faced, once again, the battery ofVP7.
time after 4:30: p.m. This will This
clash developed intoa
entitle holders to shrimp In
close
contest eith VP-30 comingout
specified areas In the St. Johns
on top behind a score of 5-4.
the boundaries of the
River along
Had VP-7 won this game, it would ,
Air Station. have placed them atop the heap,

undefeated, with all tournament
I
laurels handed to them.

ANGER Anger makes you hotter. Because both squads had lost

Keep cool emotionally and you'llbe games, putting them on an even
cooler physically. Carol Lane, par, it necessitated a do-or-dle
Travel rematch last Friday.
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Bowling Notice"All
AO-B On Top In
units planning to submit ,,1
entries in the NAS intramural I

NATTU Softball fall bowling program are reminded
that the deadline for entries is
Friday Aug. 2," NAS Athletic
With only a week of competition Director Frank McCaffrey announced -
remaining in NATTU Intramural this week.
Softball, AO-B School topped the The Athletic Office Is locatedin
heap as of last Monday, July 29 the Mainside Gymnasium, Bldg.
with a 20-2 win-loss record. 3 Ext. 585.
Competition will wind up Monday It was also disclosed, that new
Aug. 12. leagues will likely begin Tuesday
Y The rest of the upper divisionin Aug. 13 instead of the preceding
the ten-team league includes Monday because of the Semi-
MADl, 18-4; MAD03 15-7; Annual Sports Banquet that Is set
AE"Blue", 14-9; and SupportServices for Monday, Aug. 12.31 the Blue-
THE CRUX OF THE MATTER could well have been the theme of the Hospital-VP.30 golf match 13-9. jackets Inn.
because there was more than the usual at stoke. The winner, Hospital, not only claimed the HAS
Intramural golf championship, but earned the Hospital enough points to overtake VP.30 and clinch
the overall sports award, the "Ironman" trophy. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). h1 g .



Hospital Wins Big Golf Match ft' % ;

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what was probably the big- man" point count by only 125 Parker then put the Hospital two q | One Block North Of The Main Gate
gest match In NAS Jax IntramuralGolf points. First place points for the matches up as he defeated N.N. Ed Moore Owner'
this year, Hospital's golf golf match would be 1000 points Henry 7287. L.L. Fisher and Dr.
team (Hospital A) met and defeated while second place (the loser of J. Warren BIckerstaff played to
a crew of VP-30 llnksters 5 1/2- the two would receive only 750 a stalemate at 73-73 while Mary -
3 1/2 on the station golf course points, thereby making the winnerof Besinius tumbled to VP-30's L. Serving
Friday. the match the winner of the Iron- Jennings 7380.In 1f -- :
The fact that the winner would man trophy. the eventful end Hospital was ; 1111 ,
evolve as NAS 'mural championswas D.D.Phillips, Hospital, defeated acclaimed NAS Intramural Golf Y 'f! FIELD
fAKlIS CECIL
,
not enough (both teams had M.J. Bacaus 68-73 with a sub- Champions and the winner. of the r-\K"\ ,. ,, -
won their respective leagues and par round (including handicap) In "Ironman Award." 't::.: < !,;t and the
were playing off for the NAS the first match. J.-Tod Chrlstaln, The trophy presentations will be
Championship). In fact, that wasa Hospital, fnflie second match edgedJ.J. made at the Semiannual Sports \) YOJ1l J MJRPOKT
mere overtone.It Sologovitch by one stroke, Banquet, a gala event that will
happened, as fate would have carding an 80. VP-30 gained It's be held at the Bluejackets InnAug. ) OBlLE nOllE AREA
It, that VP-30 was leading the Hos- first win when A.T. Ellson stroked 12 for all participants in the fall ,
pital In an overall sports "Iron- past T.W. Tober,_ 7481. Bernie, intramural activities. ,
4t.
Jax AFB FROM _' \ ''. ,
Judo Club Hosts Drops Moody ; q q if- ,.':"\
NORTH FLORIDA'S
Duval YoungstersBy Now Meet City Teams .:
LARGEST \: .\\.

GySgt. D. L. StewartOn "Vengance Is ours" have been the { \
might statement of Frank McCaffrey MOBILE BOME\.v } .\
and his crop of top Intramural Softball players as they almost evened \
Wednesday, July 24 the Jax the score last week, at Jax,with a Moody AFB team, who had earlier
Navy Judo Team hosted an Instructional swept a double header from them at Moody. DEALER 1
'.'h'L ,__._ _0.. '- 3w.
Judo Tournament in Bldg. min lour quauty pucners go-

726 at NAS Jax. Ing strong, Jax won three of four Yeager, Dispensary; and J.D Trad Anything from Blffygoari, fo ,Battleship
The visiting team was from the games In the weekend affair. Rusnak, MAD.
Duval County Parental Home For Jim Dwiggins pitched a 1-0 no The Jax team has two double
Colored Boys. They are sponsoredby hitter while Charlie Thomas dis- headers scheduled here, at Enter-
the Duval County Recreation played his experience In the game prise Field, this week.
Department.The by striking out 11 men for a 6-1 The first two games will be
purpose of the tournamentwas margin In game number two. played against the Seaboard 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. /C
to give the new Judo men on Red Mills, who probably has Meteors, the Jacksonville City EV4'5584 2200 Rood /MHMAV
Mayport
both teams experience In tour- thrown more no hitters than any League leaders, tonight at 7 p.m. CH 6 5222 \ *
nament play. other pitcher on the base this year The second two begin at rt p.m. 4342 Phiilios Hwy \Zt
Willie Jones, of the NAS Jax ran Into a little tough luck as he against Murray Hill Baptist tomorrow EX 8.9021 S: 1
team, one of the outstanding Judo was the only losing Jax pitcher night.
men in the Jacksonville area, had with a 4-5 heart breaking stand.
been instructing the boys from the Harry Shelly, a well known AIR BASE
home for three months. He says tosser from AE-B School concluded -
"they show amazing potential In l the. series with a sevenstrikeout lVIOTORS inc.
sports Judo competition." 3-1 win.Strangely .
In a tournament of this type no the Jax club's best New and Used Cars
score Is kept. Although the hitting come In the third game
members of the Jax Navy Team which they lost. At bat, KenOliverwent
were for the most part more two for four, Julian Lewis All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
experienced In Judo, the boys team hit three for three and Ed
displayed evidence of hard work McDonough hit two for three.
and as Willie said"they competedwith For the four games, Sandy Wag- Before you buy any new or used car --
sl the boys on their fine spirit of Miller gave their pitcher's pretty
sportsmanship and fair play. good support too. .
Jax Navy Judo officials are expecting Team members are:Sandy Wagner SEE US FIRST !

these boys to compete In Jim Dwlggins, EdMcDonough,
the Jax Navy Invitational In Sep Red Mills (Hospital); Don Ondo,
tember and figure them to be Jerry Stephenson, Julian Lewis, *
serious threat to all the other. R.H. Barrett (VP-30)); Ken Oliver More than 100 car. inventory to choose from __
Florida junior j entries. NARTU; Harry Shelly, NATTU; .. .. "
Members of the Jax Navy team WAR Miller, AE Support; C.W. J; ,I
are: J.D. Harris, j. Ziemba, C.E. Financing arranged for you -. .......!' ./
The boys from the home, all
Al Britton, K.J. Simpson, C. Harp,
white belts, are: C. C. Jones,
John Sullivan, D.L. Shirley (all
W. Peterson, R. Walker,D. Lucas, PHONE 384-5575
white belts), W. Jones black belt.
13. Alexander, S. Bowen, c. Black-
D.L. brown belt
Stewart Pat Sul-
;
shear, W. Jackson, C. Wrychc, N.
livan, junior blue belt and Jim
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Navy Jax Little League All- Fernandina nine from the North
r Stars were defeated 5-41n the final
opened the game with four big runs
of the
: game District Two Baseball in the first inning.
tournament, held last Saturday In
The deficit was too great. And,
Jacksonville at Mel Ott Field. to make things more difficult the
tI Chances looked pretty good for
Navy team couldn't use their
the Navy team earning a trip to
a
pitching ace, Ricky Alleyne, who
Orlando to the Little.League State had thrown 'a four hitter the day
play-offs, as the day before they
before and had lost only one gameIn
x 't : : had really pulled one out of the bagto his three year Little League
4 the finals
of the
gain tournament He could
career. not throw because -
of a rule prohibiting a boy
Lance Chadwick singled in the from
throwing two snccesslve
bottom of the sixth (last inning in days.
Little League baseball) and little
However, the effort was gallantas
Nick Spano clouted a hit that scored the Jax-Navy team closed the
SCORES STANDING UP Jox-Navy Little home Chadwick in a 1-0 win over Mer*
Leaguer comes in the final game af the District gap once only to see a ralley
Two Little League baseball tournament (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn). rltt Island. stifled when Steve Solomon, the
Jax was all fired up..but the tough Fernandina pitcher hit a homerunover

the center field fence. It
was good enough to thwart a last
Jax effort and to maintain the final
5-4 edge and to earn the FernandinjE
team a trip to Orlando to compete
against the Miami winner.Gaskill .

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DAVID DANIELS PRESENTS'program to-Capt. James R. Comp. years AU-Navy tennis

ton, NAS Jax CO, for the District Two Little League baseball champ has completed the first big
BRILLIANT DIAMOND tournament held in Jacksonville this past weekend. David said, step in defense of his title. Lt
"Captain Compton, on behalf of the Little Leaguers, I'd like to Dick Gaskill of VA-44, playing on
ENGAGEMENT SETS of his home courts, breezed throughthe
present you with this program of the tournament in appreciation
David's mother looks (Navy competition to win the Sixth
of what you have done for us. on.
fO'tJ g b Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). Naval District Tennis Tournament,
W held at NAS Cecil Field July 22-

Nothing No InterestNo Down Gator Bowl Gates Open 25.Gaskill dropped only nine games

In four matches on his way to the
Carrying Charge district crown. In the finals Thurs
Small)) payment each paydayat Sat. For Robins DebutThe day, he blasted Lt. Eldon Williamsof

Pensacola 6-0, 6-2 and 6-].
Jim Warner Jeweler Inc."N3Honwtde" .
Jacksonville Robins, new Harry Brown, 240 of N.C. A&T; Gaskill and Williams are now
gridiron name to be associatedwith guards Norman White 210 of at the South Atlantic Regional
224 West,Fsylh
the Southern Professional Tampa, and Harold Phillips, 245 Tournament, being held at Bainbridge -
Football League, will play its debut of East Miss.; center Jim Md., this week.Two others
game against Huntsville,Ala.,Saturday Nemeth, 250 of South Carolina; in the men's open division, Wayne
night in the Gator Bowl. quarterback Ed Trancygier, 220 Martine of NAS Glynco, Ga., and
Gan kI'I'IiX'I'I'ia11tIs' Coach Al Bassett has a fine Podeyn, 205 of Florida; flankerback netmen, are also in the Bainbridge

looking squad of hefty excollegeand Bobby Renn, 190 of F.S.U.; tournament.One .
professional players workinginto and fullback Ezell Tillery, of the highlights of the
[ ] offensive and defensive plat- 215 of Auburn. district tourney was the final

tons getting ready for the opener The defensive team has: ends senior division match between
with*list season's Southern League: Don Dixon, 220 of Fla. A&M, and Leon Wilson of Jacksonville's
champlpns. Hershel Hemingway, 190 of Ft. VA-15 and Jack Candland of Pens-

Special season tickets for the Dix; tackles Tommy Chandler, acola.
Robins' seven home games are 225 and Eugene Glover, 250 both Candland, runnerup in A11-Navy
now on sale at Special Services, of Fla. A&M; center guard-Micky seriors last year, scored a 6-4,
Bldg. 704, for $4. These tickets, Walker, 250 of Jacksonville; side 6-4 win over Wilson. Wilson was
at a savings of $14, are also backs Theron Mitchell, 180 of runnerup to Gaskill in the All-
1dF' y,A1 k W, available for NAS civilian Miami, and Pat Geraghty, 200 of Navy open division last year.
employees. Marquette; safetymen Fred Two Pensacola Marines, Jim
+ tta. Currently running In the offensive Julian, 190 of Michigan, and Rod- Bryant and Mike Tierney, provedto
team for the Robins are: ney Williams, 175 of Hardin- be the tournament's top doubles
split-end Possum Lee, 225 Simmons. team. They took the measure of
.. pounds of F.SU.tight; end-Marion Coach Bassett is inviting any Gaskill and his partner,John Sutor
Bronson, 245 of F.S.U.; tackles servicemen with pro or college of Cecil Field's VA-46, In the

Larry Stanly, 220 of Georgia; and gridiron experience to contact him semifinals.The .
k. for a tryout with the Robins. Pensacola duo then took
three straight sets from Glynco's
doubles team of Martin and Roger
Burnell, 6-1, 6-3 and 63.
Over 24 years ago we perfected the roast Have you made sure, financially, Lena Hartshorne of Glynco won
roasting of a standing round of beef. the district women's title by defeating -
Our method hasn't changed since. The beef \ I' that your childrencan Pensacola's Helen Sad-

results have been rewarding to us featuredand i owski 6-2, 3-6 and 62. Both

our patrons. Since 1939 we've served everyday'only go to college? are competing In the Regionals

over $25,000,000 worth 39,000,000 this week.
I 65cifllORBISOir Joe D'Accordi The men's senior doubles
servings cooked the same flavorful, slow- crown
Marvin B. Harper CLU General Don went to Wilson and his
roasted way. Enjoy some today! | Agent Mopes partner
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Life Iniurnnrr ('11111/111111 the finals.
Wilson and senior singles champ
/PING/1Aa. MALACMU.TT/ ""' 111
Candland are also representing
Roosevelt Man e128 W. Monore. eSouthgate Plaza
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SEDAN . .$2599
Automatic, Radio & Heater, Low Mileage
V-8, Cruisomatic, Radio and Heater
62 TRIUMPH TR3 B . . . . .
$1995
63 FALCON 4-DOOR . . . .$1895
Radio, Heater, Tonneau Cover, Like New
Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission, WSW
60 TR3 . . . . .'. . .$1595
60 PLYMOUTH FURY 2-DOOR . . .$1395
Radio, Heater, Tonneau Cover
Hardtop, Automatic, V-8, Radio, Heater, Power Steer-
60 FALCON' 2-DOOR . . .. . .$895 ing, White Tires -

r, Standard Transmission, White Side Wall Tires 60 AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE . . .$995
63 FORD GALAXIE 2-DOOR HARDTOP .$2595
Heater, White Tires, Tonneau Cover
V-B, Automatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering, White 61 FALCON WAGON . . . .$1495
byi Tires, New Car Guarantee Automatic, Radio, Heater, White Tires
60 MG SPORTS CAR . . . .$1395 63 FALCON CONVERTIBLE . . .$2395
Radio and
Header Automatic, Radio and Heater, New Car Guarantee

> 57 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 4-DOOR . .$550 61 FORD CONVERTIBLE . . .$1795
Sedan, Nicest One In Town V-8, Automatic, Radio and Heater, Power Steering

59 VAUXHALL GM'S IMPORT . . .$475 61 BUICK ELECTRA . . . .$2695
4-Door Sedan 4 Dr. Sedan, Fully Equipped W/Power and Factory
58 FORD 4-DOOR FAIRLANE "500" . .$575 Air-conditioned, One Owner

Fully Equipped 56 PLYMOUTH . . . . . .$395
55 DODGE 2-DOOR HARDTOP . . .$450 Hard-top, St/Stick, R&H, Excellent 2nd Car

Shiny Red With Full Equipment 57 CHEVROLET . . . . .$1095
58 CHEVROLET IMPALA HARDTOP . .$950 2-Dr Hard-top, R&H, Power/steer,NicestOne in Town
Standard Shift With V-8, Power Steering & Brakes 57 CHEVROLET WAGON . . . .$895
60 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN . . $600 Auto/Trans, 2 Tone Bronze and White

New Paint, Automatic Transmission, 3 to choose from 60 FORD STARLINER . . . .$1195
54 OLDSMOBILE AIR CONDITIONED . .$300 2-Dr Hard-top, Auto/Trans, R&H, Power/Steer, One
Drive Cool Owner, Like New

55 OLDSMOBILE 4-DOOR SEDAN . .$300 58 FORD WAGON . . . . .$495
Good Condition 6-Cylinder St/Stick, R&H

56 PLYMOUTH 4DR. V-8 . . . .$395 60 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE . . .$1495

Automatic, Radio, Header, Drives Right 9 Passenger Wagon, Power Windows, Steering & Brks.
55 FORD 4-DOOR . . . . .$395 Factory Air Conditioning.
Automatic, V-8, Radio and Heater, Best Buy in Town
56 FORD 2-DOOR . . . . .$495 63 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE . . . .$1995
Tonneau Cover, Radio and Heater.
G-Cylinder, Economy Champ

55 FORD 4-DOOR, 9-PASS. WAGON . .$495
V-8, With Overdrive
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