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Creation Date: August 15, 1962
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VOL. 21 NO. 23 JACKSONVILLE;, FLORIDA AUGUST 15. 1963


,
j -I, Lillie Boy .

Lakehurst Reservists :

? I Needs Rare
( 1i ;
Wind Up Tour Tomorrow

: Type BloodAn

*
Naval HS-752 reservists their twoannual -
urgent appeal has been issued Helicopter Squadron complete
by NAS Dispensary officials for week active duty training here tomorrow and return to Lake-

: :; donor&with type D negative blood. nursi, IN.J.Sponsored.
'\ by NAS, the 48-man department of the Wall Street
Five year old Scott, the son 01 weekend warrior unit arrived here JournaL One man didn't leave the<< .-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman of August 5 and during the stay, set shadow of his profession,however,
T 1539 Bassett Road, Jacksonville Is its goal of flying time at 50 hours as he Is an engineer designer for
slated for open heart surgery on per pilot. The reserve unit has the Naval Training Devices CenterIn

Wednesday, August 28. It will eight pilots, four ground officersand Washington, D.C. 1
necessitate at least 22 pints of 36 crewmen. These men did Members of the squadron hail

blood to perform the operationand their training and requallflcatlons from New York,New Jersey,Penn
perhaps more If transfusionsare In the four HS2 helicopters they sylvania, Connecticut, Mass-

RECEIVES NATIONAL MERIT Charles S. Lentine, an Airman required It was revealed.At brought to Florida. acfyisetts, Virginia, Delaware and <, .< '..:.:

assigned toNAS Special Services as a lifeguard, receives a certificate Like all reserve units the Rhode Island. Huwever, they all
of merit I issued by the American National Red Cross in the present time, as there men who make up HS-752 come gather at LakehurstN.J., for their
Washington, D.C., in recognition for saving a swimmer's life ear. have been some donors, at least from all walks of life. training.

lier this summer. Making the presentation in the presence of Len. 20 pints of the rare type blood The commanding Donald Litton officer of, Alex-Commander Anyone who Is returning to any

tine's division officer, Lt. Cdr. R. W. Mansfield, is NAS Red are needed.If of these locales, said a squadron
andria, Va., works with the Civil
Cross Field Director C. V. Gross. The lifeguard is credited with spokesman, and Is Interested In
here have B Aeronautics Board In Washington,
saving the life of 3% year old Majorie Darrow whom he found un. any persons type D.C. Lieutenant Commander keeping active In the reserve pro-
blood and wish aid this Although
concious in the wading pool at the Officer's Club. He quickly op- negative to Goodwin, the executive gram, Is Invited to contact the
child call Dispensary Lyle
his of artifical which is believed they may Naval Air ReserveTralnlngUnltat
plied knowledge to
respiration
officer Is not presently ex-
at Ext. 269 until Monday, August
,
Lakehurst for further Information.
have saved the young girl from drowning. (Navy Photo, by Marc 19. The blood will be taken 24 ployed, he just completed eleven There are several openings In .I'
Whetstone, J01)). and half active service.
a
hours prior to the operation. years helicopter squadrons and VR and )
When Lieutenant Commander
VS air units.Interested.
Martin Waldron, the administration -

officer, hangs up his Naval
NX Toyland RAdm. Koch Inspects reserve uniform after tomorrow,

he will reassume the role as a In Being The
To Open detective In the New York
City JAX AIR NEWS Sports

By Chris Cole, SN NARTU, Visits OthersRear Police the Department.All civilian. professions, Writer? Call 8161.Ext. 272or

It's almost that time of the year aren't known but some range from
Admiral Price Koch, Chief of Naval Air Reserve
George
to be brick layer to IBM operator, to
again. presents given ended a two-day Informal visit aboard NAS Jax today witha
Training,
the research
holly and mistletoe to be hung and purchasing agent to
morning Inspection of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit here.
Holiday Cheer to be en joyed. These
combinations ..... Admiral Koch arrived aboard
can only mean. visited session on NARTU Jax was held
and
the station yesterday
Christmas. for the admiral by Captain E. ,' -
Here NAS where the Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite,
at Jax, Navy Elliott Jr. NARTU
Air Jack- CommandingOfficer.
Commander Fleet
Exchange Toyland Is located,some .
of Santa's helpers are stocking the sonville. He also visited Captain
RAdm. Koch Is a 1933 graduateof
L P. Pressler, Commander, ,. '
shelves preparing for the openingon
the Naval Academy. Prior to
'
Fleet Air Wing 11 during his stay.
August 29 at 9:00 a.m. commissioned
being as an ensignIn
The visit was the first here
This there will be
year a 1934 he attended
Army flight
for RAdm. Koch since assuminghis
selection of over 2,000
toys-
3L training and received Army Air
ranging from pre-school, to dolls, present'command July before'he designated
Corps Wings was -
Naval
NARTU Jax Is one of 18
to bicycles and the forecasted big as a Naval Aviator.
Air Stations and Naval Air Re-
seller this road
yearmodel racing
His selection for his present
serve Training Units In the admiral's -
rank was approved by the Presi-
sets.Toyland command. A briefing
will be located at the .
dent In July 1960. Previous flag 1
corner of Blscayne Street and
Enterprise Avenue, Building 514. assignments have been as Commander -

Hours of operation will be from I Carrier Division 18, and

9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., except Commander, Fleet Air Wings,
Saturdays when the store will be U. S. Atlantic Fleet, which he
open from 9:00: a.m. until 12:00 held until July of this year.
noon.
There will also be a "layaway
plan" ,and acceptance of bank VP-5 Finds

checks for the amount purchased.The 4 .t
layaway plan payment is as Lost AirmenCrew t

follows: i
Sf ot. Oct. Nov. Dec. 23 k
Sept. 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 Eleven of Patrol SquadronFive :' : ,, ,

Oct. 1/3 1/3 1/3 presently on rotation dutyat
Nov. 1/2 1/2 the Naval Facility at Sigonella
Since there will be about 2C1'/o Sicily rushed to the scene of a CITIZEN SAILORS Four members of HS.752 from Lakehurst, N.

more stock than In the past, the downed Navy C-117 plane In the J., leave their helicopter after a training hop in the Jacksonvillearea.

Exchange Is expected to Increasethe Mediterranean Sea earlier this (L to R) Henry Myers, AMS3, a brick layer from Wayne, N.
number of employees from week and Is credited with sight- J., Harry Greenwood, ADR3, an I IBM operator from Cam den, N.J.: ,
eight to 16, If necessary, to assist Ing the six survivors. Lt. Fred Bierschenk, a purchasing agent for Westero Electric from*"""" I

the gift buyers with their se- Piloting the rescue plane In the Matawan, N.J., and (in the 'copter) Lt. Lawrence Lancheomy of

lections. overcast darkness of night was Levytown, N.J., a design engineer at the Naval Training Devices

RAdm. G. P. Koch (Continued on Page 4)) Center in Washington, D.C. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone. JOnr7 )



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Violation Record J.A: ;.a;; ". .

Farewell AddressFor

Following Is a report of traffic
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
4
violations for the period August
distributedeach Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
the two years during which I occupied this position, I have, through August 10: Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
come to realize more and more that the Navy is not Just the active:: private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
Navy. The Navy includes our reserves, our veterans, our retired I NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
officers, the civilians who work with us from day to and whc 12:00 noon Qn before
day J This week (period August Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by Monday
4-10):)
have worked with us in the past, and the families of all of them 1; welcomed from all
venture to that this total :, .........................................3 publication. News Items are sources--
u_ &__-'__say__ Navy family is on the order of 10 Miluwi Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
I\UICnCAn.s.: Total accidents this year throug I Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
I share with you the same faith August 10..1 166 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing,,
that a strong Navy, closely cor- continue to do in the future. The Number of accidents through Aug Company, 4724; Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida --

related with a strong Army, Air very deployment of our ships in 1962.................................173 Telephone 35&S14Q or 359-027L
Force and Marine Corps, is essential the Mediterranean, In the Carib- Number of days since last injury '

to the security of our bean, in the Western Pacific, in motor vehicle accident.......28 AUGUST 15 1963
country in these perilous years. serves to emphasize the Importance VOl. 21 NO. 23 ,
Frequently people fail to reflecton of the use; of naval powerto NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis 1

the importance of seapower to provide our statesmen, our
the preservation of the American economists, our educators, the week (Aug. 4-10)). 60

way of life In peacetime and to clergy and, .in fact, people of all Reckless Driving . 2 Driver Mistakes Point To
the security of our country in time walks of life, with an opportunityto Speeding. . . 15
of war. We in the Navy have the cope with the many difficult Going through stop sign 3
traditional responsibilities of problems which the actual use of Other violations. . 40

maintaining the use of the seas military force will not solve. Lack[ of KnowledgeMany

for our purposes and denying themto Of course we have problems In Forty-two drivers appeared before -
who would threaten the Navy today. We always have the Traffic Board
anyone us. Hearing at
luck
people traffic safety is pure others that it
say means
had them and we always well have
We also have the the held 12.
responsibility meeting on August
simply driving courtesy or the ability to handle a car well.
them. And I believe that with the
of being able to protect and sup- Disposition of the cases Includedthe that if
This probably means a
the forces of tremendous resources and talent 12 lost and
port overseas our following: driving:!
which we have In driver knows enough about driving, overlooking obvious
sister services and our personnel, dangers.
to support parking privileges aboard the
and in the civilian which he can and will avoid the dangersin 3. MISTAKES OF IMPULSIVENESS
those allies on whom we are so community station tor various periods: 14 -
the science and driving. The more our driving 'which does not timeto
dependent in the type of worldin supports Navy were assigned to complete an give
picture Is analyzed, the more evi-
Industry we will continue to think.
which we live. These hour course In remedial
respon- eight
..,.. slbllitles have been ours foryears. cope with these problems ef- driving Instructions; 15 has sus- dent It becomes that lack of driving 4. MISTAKES OF FAULTYMANIPULATIONlocking
In some form, Is at the
ficiently and effectively.The knowledge, brakes
They unquestionably will be ours pended penalties; five were given ,
base of our troubles. Some sort
can never stand still
Navy turning sharply.
for many years to come. warnings; three were dismissed
We have a fine Navy. It is meet- in any way. It must evolve to meet and eight were referred to com- of driving mistake-some sort of 5. MISTAKES OF DELAY In
ing the technological challenges of the changing circumstances of the manding officers for possible dis- dangerously unwise action by some taking preventive action.
times and to capitalize on tech- driver-shows up as the cause of
this decade and looking ahead toward ciplinary action.MDBS.
Increasing Its capabilities In nological progress. We must never almost every accident.
be satisfied with our existing organization Some driver must be making
order to fulfill its responsibilitiesIn
these mistakes either because he Blood Donors
Notice
the years ahead. Obviously, we there Is always room .
cannot maintain In time of peace 'for Improvement and we must does not recognize that what he
all those forces which would be never lose sight of the fact that Employees Mutual Death Benefit does is a dangerous mistake or because -
required to meet the full gamutof organization Itself will not provide Soct 219, 220 and 221 he does not know how to Twenty-eight enlisted persons
naval responsibilities in a full- more funds In peace-provide the are Issued to advise,, members of adjust once he discovers that he recently donated blood to the Naval
scale war. But we must maintain solutions to very difficult technical the death of three of Its members. has made a mistake, lithe mis- Hospital< Blood Donor Center.
responsibilities and to meet the problems, nor will it provide more Assessment Number 220 Is free. takes which are causing our accidents Donating blood from Administration -
many challenges of the cold war funds in peacetime or resourcesIn As a result of payments by the are not intentional, and if Department were: MiltonD.
and limited war situations whichwe war. Nor will organization, per Society members will now be they are not unavoidable, then theyare Beckstrom, SN; Richard E.
know we must be prepared to se, provide the qualified people we assessed $2.20 which Is now due being made through lack of Coffman YN2; Junior L, Myre,
face. must have to design, to operate, and payable. The ten day noticeof knowledge of some kind. Frankly, DK2; DonaldJ. Neldercher. YN3
-. Our Navy is deployed around the and to maintain a modern Navy.I assessment began on August we must face the sobering thoughtthat and Harold C Sauerwein YN2.
world. As I have said many times, I share your conviction that the 7. perhaps we do not know enoughto Dental Department Donors were:
the sun literally does not set on young men who a re joining the Navy Members are reminded that cash drive cars safely. Glenn R. Miles, DN; Douglas G.
the United States Navy. For the today will benefit by the traditions payments will not be accepted. These are the mistakes our Shirer, DT3; and Larry E. Tas-
two years I have been Chief of which have been handed down tous drivers are making which adequate dale, DN.

Naval Operations, our Navy has us from the past and which we Patient: Every time I drink tea, knowledge and adequate driver Men donating from Dispensarywere
not been required to fire a shot hope to pass on to them for the I get a stabbing pain In my right education could eliminate: NAS: Kermit C. Harmon,
in anger. This Is good. It Is a future. These have been established 1. MISTAKES IN JUDGEMEMT HN; Steven L. Luse, HN; KennethJ.

matter of which we can be proud --and cherished--by great eye.Doctor: Try taking the spoon Excessive speed, or poor choice of McCauley, HN; and Kenneth L.PetersonHN. .

because I think that, as the Pres- men and outstanding leaders duringall out of your cup first. action. .
ident has said, when our armed years of our Navy's existence, 2. MISTAKES IN OBSERVATION- Donors fron NAS Supply were:
forces actually have tbe usedin for without them our Navy wouldno Terrell L. Gannon, AKC; PatrickM.

combat, the major reason for longer be the disciplined, dedicated Collins, AA; Jimmie 1. Gump,
their existence is no longer valid loyal service of which we AK2; arid Thomas J. Predmore,
that is, the use of military strength are so proud.In "CowedYs s AK3.
to prevent the outbreak of host- closing, I thank all of you Brig donors were: Douglas M.
fI ties. for the truly wonderful supportI Dales, SA; Lewis M. Duke AR;
This the Navy has been doing have received from you during Jeston R. Etheredge, Pvt. RichardN.

for many, many years and will these past two years. They have Farsaci, Dannie Harris, SR;
.. been a challenging two years -and Jack Holsinger, FR; Donald E.
SCUTTLEBUTT highly rewarding as well Litherland, AR; and Michael E.

NATTU Honor GraduatesThere Rathsack, SR.Donating .
from NATTU Supply
,,. were only two honor were:" Robert W. Morgan SKI;
graduates in Naval Air Technical Charles W. Hawkins, AK3; and
Training Unit's schools Friday, Antero P. Tavernero, AKC.
August 9, one Navyman and one Donating from AE-A School]
'Y
J
Marine.
NATTU was J. E. Casados, AEC.
Highest average was compiledby
Private First Class D.J

Stiller, USMC, who completed the
22-week AE-A school with anave-

rage of 92.80.D. Dog days are upon us, the hottest
I
McCarter, AOAN; compiledan muggiest days of midsummer
84.38 average in the 18-week They begin when Sirius, the dog
AO-A SchoolIn star, is ascendant. It is an evil
older to become honorman.of star for man and beast, accordingto
his class, an individual must the beliefs of ancient pagan
complete the course with a higher priests and astrologers. People

//LOST THAT PLANE overall scholastic average than always believed dogs went mad at
ON JADAR.5IC BUT NOW any other member of his class. this time. Veterinary science
WE'PE PICKING UP THE There
were no graduating
scorns that superstition now, says
MICKEY MOUSE SHOW ON classes in the AE-B School or ""Ul'i hav a look at this itupld map." that botheredand
CHANNEL 13 ... dogs are just hot and
the AO-B School for the week.
want be
to left alone.





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Teen Traffic Deaths Prompt !!




Invention_ of Speed Control _

By Marc Whetstone, JOl -

Three years ago Jacksonville Davis began his life saving pro- chamber of the 'engine by means
residents picked up their morning ject immediately after reading of of a cutoff valve plate located
newspapers and had their sleepy the tragedies. Today, after two between the two. This valve plate! : JT''ACS
eyes opened wide by a tragic and a half years of, .t testing, examining Is controlled by a push-pull knob
headline story about five teenagerswho and gathering testimoniesof cable" which Is located Inside the
had been killed when their favorable criticism from glove compartment. When the knob
speeding car left a curve and mechanics, lawmen and psycholo Is pushed In, a 170-horsepower; Y
hit a tree. gists, he believes he has engine is reduced in power f to
Later the same week another the answer. He calls his safety 75 horses.
article appeared after a speeding device an Acceleration Control "In other words," says Davis,,
I car was crushed by a trainat System, or ACS. ,*.'""*..,* "the ACS makes a compact engineout
a city crossing killing all threeof Through application this auto- of a hfgh-speed one." .
its occupants. motive Invention, parents, of teen- The beauty of this control',Davis;
Thus, within a week's time, age drivers may now be able to added, Is that the parents, while
eight of Jacksonville's young sit at home evenings and relax... taking measures to keep their INVENTION is pointed out to HAS Safety OffkerCloyton
citizens had linked arms with providing they have the 'key' youngsters alive, can have their Owens by its inventor, B.L. Davis of Public Works Dept. Davis
death, leaving behind bewilderedand to the solution,key which fits the cake and eat it too, so to speak. holds in his left hand a plate like the one already on his carbu
heartbroken parents. car's glove compartment. For, For instance, Dad can slip from retor. His hopes are that this gadget will save teenage, drivers'
This waste of life prompted one what's locked behind that com- behind the wheel of a 170-horse- lives. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).
parent-citizen of Jacksonville to partment door could well mean power speed machine, push in the
personally set out to help bring the difference between life and ACS knob. lock the glove com- acceleration. the driver more ,control over the
a halt to such deaths and at the death for the teenager who can't partment and hand his teenagerthe Therefore, explains Davis, the vehicle while still keeping in pace
same time, relieve the anxieties resist the temptation of drivingtoo ignition keys of a big car ACS will not allow tires to spin,
with the flow of traffic"
experienced by ,parents of teen- fast or too carelessly now controlled not to exceed 60( not even on slick grass when the
age,drivers: Davis explains his ACS gadgetlike mph. accelerator Is pushed completelyto Eventually, when the ACS is.
Us Is at. "Dave" Davis, an this: An important feature of the ACS the floor board. placed on the market, Davis has
employee with the Station's Public When in use, Its design cuts is that when applied, It elimi- "This does not mean, how- visions of it being used
Works Department garage, and down the flow of fuel through the nates all opportunity of drag racingor ever" added Davis, "that the car primarily as a training device.
1 father of a pretty teenage girl. carburetor to the combustion scratching as it is sometimes will act sluggish or will not be He has uSed the system on his
called. adequately powered for normal own car while teaching his 15
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Unlike a governed car which can driving. Quite the contrary. Be- year old daughter to drive.
be accelerated quickly to maximum cause the car's power is reducedto "She has become so accustomedto
speed from take off, thus spinningthe where it will increase in speed using the ACS," said Davis,
wheels, the ACS restricts the only gradually, it serves to give "that the first time I pulled the
fuel flow which allows only gradual knob out to give her full powerof
the engine she asked me to
push it back in because she said
she didn't feel she'' had full con-
trol of the car eventhough she
a Uth) m MMl&J( DHJlHb( had full power."

Although' the system has',other
a veyp 04 f 0 rW MQi la fringe benefits such as gas, tire
14FtSa k and transmission savings, Davis
yn says he has developed it solely
for the purpose of saving lives.
C% ze ) "jtq lrYhiR fatq "If It serves to save just one
x life," says the inventor, "it will
be successful above all
expectation"

r There will be a special demon-
stration of the ACS this Saturday
and Sunday, August 17-18 at Gor-

Mow In, "Befot& see stW1JtA Phillips don Thompson Highway.Chevrolet located on


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PUSH-PULL CABLE KNOB is located in glove compartment VP-5
which can be locked. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). Finds

Lost Airman

K izclan, qu4JpelL : and 4Br. mI3E (Continued From Page 1))
wMILITARYa
.. IDs3ssg Lieutenant W. G. Bridgeman.Those .
members of the crew who
sighted the light flare set off
a I4uToluagewlol by the downed airmen floating in
a liferaft were Lieutenant (jg)
J.E. Seanor, T.L. Gllmore,AXAN,
< tiAw sltti ct and C.R. Williamson, ADJ3.
town Rr ws a ro laio a cMcQOUGAII'S The rescue took place about 25
AmcENCY miles southeast of Naples. After
6463 RoOMvelt Blvd.4tetr NAS JackMorUl fO locating the downed airmen, Lt.
Bridgeman circled the survivors
until the arrival of the destroyer!
CItwt.cltRA IW ,.. Nightly S P.M. N 12 Midnight USS Altair, which made the pickup.!
s.od.y U NMN .. MMnlfkt' All
GRAND OPENING six men were reported unInjured -
and in good condition. ; ,
Last February, Lt. Bridgeman ,|
: CHANNEL CATFISH was involved in another search
t&$6g PJfJ flUl OnLj (1 fPJJjJ ,I'I" H..'"'....S STEAKS effort at which time the aircraft

>.. he was piloting located the hijacked -

Follow TTie Signs South On Bland ing Blvd. To t"\, .. ". .';'r t CHICKEN SHRIMP zoatigul.Venezuelan freighter An-

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Fleet Air
Wing Eleven, Is com-
IC..CHEIIS ONION RINGS manded by Commander R.P.

BEST BUY" TAKE-OUT SERVICE Smyth. Its planes and crews
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Weapons' Smith Voted Navy Yovigsters


Active In Gvifd


July HAS Serviceman Several youngsters of Navy Jax
personnel hold starring roles in
the Guild Junior Players "Cin

An 11 year veteran has been selected as the Naval Air Station's derella" presentation which goes
Serviceman of the Month for July. He is John G. Smith GMG2of onstage at the Fairfax Theater
the Weapons Department, beginning tomorrow and running
At ceremonies held last Friday through Sunday. They range in
by Captain James L. Compton.HAS takings whether it be working on z ages from 7 to 15.
Commanding Officer Smith was the myriad of equipment locatedat The young thespians and their
presented with a check for $50 each target target repair aircraft parents are Larry Sullivan son
and an' all-expense paid day tripto control on target, or instructing of Captain and Mrs. J.D. Sullivan
St. Augustine. The trip Is pro- new personnel (Supply); Pat Hanner, daughter of r.
vided by the usa and St.Augustine It was further pointed out that Captain and Mrs. J.M. Hanner
Chamber of Commerce qualifications for a gunner's mate (Hospital); Marty Lloyd son of
Smith was selected for his outstanding second class are not even remote- Commander and Mrs. M.O. Lloyd
performance of duty as ly associated with operations involving (Com Fair Jax); Bonnie Doles
crewleader at the Stevens Lake aerial targets or high explosive daughter of Commander and Mrs.
located Impact areas. T.K. Doles (BuPers Leadership);
areas at Camp
Blanding.target This is a job normally Smith was also praised for his HAPPY SERVICEMAN Is John G. Smith of' the NAS Weapons George Simpson son of Commander -
held by a chief petty officer. unusually pleasing personality, Dept. as he is presented a check for $50 by Copt James R. and Mrs. W. A. Simpson
The Aerial Target Complex personal Integrity conduct and Compton, NAS Commanding Officer. Looking on Is Cdr. C. L. (NATTU); and Phoebe and Alice
operated and maintained by NAS sincere desire to always do a job Dickerson, Weapons Officer. (Navy Photo by Ron GardnerPH2-Pl) Olden daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
"well-done". Charles F. Olden O&R .
( )
Jax is the major East Coast Installation -
for pilot in Smith has been here at NAS, A member of the faculty of a afternoon, he found written below This is the final production for
training
it was stated. Jax since November 196L He is prominent London medical collegewas his notice, this line "God Save the season the Junior Playerswill
weaponry"His inherent keen married and has one son, Kenneth, appointed an honorary physi- the Queen Jim Hewitt perform.
interest ma- age 5. cian to the Queen. He proudly
and addiction
ture judgement to
wrote a notice on the blackboardIn t
hours of hard work lead
long to
his class room. "Professor
his early qualifications in all pha- MARRIAGE is an institution that Jennings informs his students that
ses of target operation" said teaches a man regularity, frugality he has been appointed honorary
Smith's nomination letter. "In temperance forbearanceand physician to Her Majesty Queen ...
addition the letter continued, "he many other splendid virtueshe Elizabeth." When the professor I
has continually displayed profess- wouldn't need if he stayed single returned to his classroom in the
ional excellence in all his under- Changing Times.


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August 15
Homemade Ice Cream Party

Friday, August 16 ". ., .
Platter Party

Saturday, August 17

Boy meet Girl Nlte

Sunday, August 18 7tI4'I '

Friends Movie of"Man USO Hunt"Monday NOW OPEN !


August 19 I

Informal Dance "Girl of the .
month" 'I b1ktIILkJ

Tuesday, August 20 The Tastiest Barbecue Sandwich

Ping Pong YOU'VE EVER EATEN!

Wednesday August 21 6479 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD]

Disc Jockey Show 8:00 p.m. One Block North Of The Main Gate Greyhound offers special reduced one way and round trip ... ..
U:00p.m. fares for military personnel. Frequent schedules, exclu
sive Scenicruiser Service and a whopping 150 pound bag
gage allowance tool
.
FOR ECONOMY, GO GREYHOUND .
AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US.
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Serve on Greyhound s low fans to place Ilkm ,he..:
: Destination On.Wo' RoundTrip Destination OneWoy Round Trip

Atlanta 8.20 $16.40 Louisville .18.20.36.40
Asheville 10.05 20.10 Nashville 13,00.25.95
Cleveland 24.10.s.15 New York -24.05-.t8.10
Detroit 25.35 50.70 St. Petersburg 4.95 9.85
the Friendly Folk sat .Speci.1 l round trip(.r.t lor miliUiy, pvrtoflfwl On p*..,furlough or toiv

0 t tl, Greyhound Terminal 10 North Pearl St. Phone 356-5521
1
1234 KING STREET

r IC'Kso'pl \S 384-7541 near Park Street GO GREYHOUND ..


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AUGUST 15,
PAGE 6 JAX AIR HEWS
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THIS UNUSUAL SIGN is turnedover 5
to Cdr. Leslie W. Teller, Jr. / 4k

(right) new Of ficer-In-Charge Disease .
:: Vector Control Center here

: i ; -1: by Capt. G. S. Stains, his prede
: : "-:1': : :Ifl ol
'''i. ,, '""I .II' cessor. The sign is symbollic
}'w1,; ::1t fl:: : the fact that the Center has a

,': ,< four week course on insect con
,":' ; \ '.jd
\ 4.Ka here
trol. Cdr. Teller reported
from Preventive Medicine Unit
1- t W -
1 ?' No.7, Naples, Italy. He holds c,

TrJPIT PhD in Entomology from the University

.- of Maryland. He has sere
:; Ks MFf lj A ed with the 3rd Marine Division -A

r Japan and the Naval Medical

School, Bethesda, Md. While in
:t Naples he participated in the U. Hi 'I a
S, aid to Ethiopia during its 1961
yellow fever epidemic. Over

100,000 persons were innoculat
ed in several weeks in a part of ii
Southwestern Ethiopia. Capt. -H

Stains is now OinC; Disease Vec

tor Control Center, Alameda, Cal
; r r'I ifornia. (Navy Photo by FAPL). '
I

PROJECT OFFICER for the SH-3A helicopter at NAS O&R is exchange .

RON Officer officer, Lt. George D. Bennett of the Royal Canadian
1 Navy. Here he observes O&R employees checking electronics;

gear on a helicopter. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).

On Exchange I I its



4.8% ToNASO&RThe 5 w I Iw


.. 5 5 k '
c t .5 rt.r ,
7 DhideadI first Royal Canadian Naval Y .Y

Officer to serve on exchange duty
0 1I
+
with the Jacksonville Naval Air I
,
Station is now assigned to the 4 t1 ;

Overhaul and Repair Dept. He
TJetcfc Is Lieutenant George D, Bennett.
He arrived in June and is the
\\II11I\r\ department's SH-3A Hellicopter I fw'w

Project Officer. Lt. Bennett will b ,rr f
be here for a two-year tour. '
J An American Navy officer is ,
j jr
!1'r' serving in RCN Headquarters, Ottawa ..
..
Quebec, Canada, completingthe t' .
.
j'
"
"
exchange.This
:.;.;.
is the Canadian's second
If "
CONTINENTALTROUSERS ,.
tour of duty in Florida. He spent ;
4 ;! :
seven weeks with Fighter Squadron -
t \ot."Ie.,
r 870 at NAS Cecil[ Field last \ ;

year. [i t.. ''' t:".
Wash and Wear with side tabs and no cuff He attended the Naval CollegeIn SEW MEMEi'ERS
England, later specializing Ir of me Windjammer ;
65%Dacron Black aeronautical engineering.Prior Players Executive Board Windjammers
to his coming here, Lt. are (L to R) Lenore Tanner, Sup-
35Cotton Olive. Bennett was stationed at the RCN sly, corres. see; Jim Cavanagh,
Size 6X To 18 Blue Air Station,Shearwater,near Hall- Hospital.; 1st vice pres.; Bobbe To Cast PlayJacksonville's

fax, Nova Scotia. Goldner pres.; Myron Weiss,
He likes to play golf and squash Legal I' sec.; TomFiek WindjammerPlayers

Sord'ng
to become active again
N are
but so far has not located "
any treas. ond
Jlnj'C ; after a brief between performances
pause
squash players around here. 'd 0, Hospital, 2nd vice and have announced that
pres. (.Navy Phnt""
play I sin
398 casting lor a forthcoming

BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.I First the planning., however there will be a
general meeting held on Wednesday

Two Locations To Serve You: BRwY August 21, In Bldg. 804 for

I ( R >K Y 5444 Normandy BoulevorcEV 9-0388 player members and any pros-
TAPERED SPORTSHIRTS 4tl. 2809 Mayport Road 'CH 6.4825 pective members.
The following evening, casting
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ will be made for the three act

On Tires/ 'BofferesShocks -Brafc.. PARMAN comedy, "My Three Angels" by
y Front End Engine three female roles to be filled and
Boys Wash and Wear WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE seven male parts In the play. The
U.S.N time of the casting has been set

Sizes 8 To 18 Stripes NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY at 8 p.m. In Bldg. 804. The pro-
duction Is scheduled for an Octo
BaTiks Plaids .
AY.j! ; yYh'AyNM}1VAVIMM1NN! ber showing.
$';:1'Yl:1"!::':;::1'1'I',::': ;:';V..,,{ the
; N
that
Readers are reminded
:=: Windjammer Players of the Little
Theater Group organization Is opento

CONSULT ? ><. all military personnel, activeor
retired enlisted or officer,and

.198 L\l\\\\ \ \ W. J. Schub, Cmdr. (USNRet.) civil their service dependents.employees Further and their, all

ltf\f Representing F. L. Ahern, Realtor become
dependents are invited to
f\t\\\ \ All Types Soles-Water front members and
:::::::::::::; Non participate.
.. -Water InterestedIn
Front
\ Persons not totally
\\\
I" t' 0"" loy A. I HallsCedar::::;:: : acting may still play a large
Wuy Plor" No G. MA r f 4423 _Kooscwe" h\t@t\ Arlington I South Side 1 Beaches role (In the organization by beings
V. MUrphy Rooseve t:::::::\:::::: Phone EL 6-1559 New decorators -
E." 0 Chor9t' Mall Phone CH 6.4881? B hBJS'offlU Point kea age hands, designers,
'j
invited to
All
etc. are
.
,
: Thursday
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Cdr. Whihnore Steps Up Machine/ Accountant Webster r",' I i



As Ass't O&R OfficerCommander Wins NATFU Service Honor

f''' '
Quentin R. Whitmore, the Overhaul and Repair De- Outstanding performance of duty while assigned to the Tabulating .a' y .' '. ,
partment's Production Manager for the past year, has assumed dutiesas Machines Unit has won for James Webster, MA2, honors as Naval Air '. '
,
the assistant C&R officer. His predecessor Captain A.R. Wool- Technical Training Unit's "Serviceman of the Month" for June. ': i ;
dridge, Jr., has been transferred to Dayton, Ohio, where he Is a fleet Webster was honored In cere- ..4/ .
readiness representative. for_ the_ _Bureau of Naval Weapons. monies Monday, August 12. He .
.
"
'L L. theNaval service. y ."
Prior to joining tne 0 & R received a Letter of Commen- him a credit to
staff under Captain R.H Fagan, dation, signed by Captain H. D. In addition to the Letter of Com 4
Cdr. Whitmore was director of the Allen, Naval Air Technical Train- mendation, Webster received a$25
laboratory at the Naval Air Turbine .gym Ing Unit Commanding Officer, U.S. Government Savings Bond paid
Test Station, Trenton, N.J. which read in part: for from the Command Welfare and .
.'
His Naval career began here at "As Petty Officer-ln-Charge, Recreation Fund.
Jacksonville in 1942 when he was Webster has contributed extensively He will also receive a free tripto
commissioned an ensign and was to the overall efficiencyof historic St. Augustine, courtesyof ,i
also presented his wings as a TMU. During the past two years the USO and the St. Augustine
Naval aviator.A there has been a decrease In the Chamber of Commerce. i
graduate of Nebraska State number of personnel assigned to
Teachers College In Wayne,Nebr. TMU yet there has been no decrease -

Cdr. Whitmore's first two assign- In the work load. Throughthe FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!
with theNaval Air Arm conscientious effort and
ments were displayof
.....
with an operational training unit at ... Initiative by Webster, TMU has nj See--Moon Mullins
Seattle, Wash., and then with a \ ,(" been able to assume, in additionto cf .
....
patrol bomber squadron at Whid-' :', .it their normal work load,several LCDR. (USN RET.)

bey Island, Wash., where he flew t ,.. ', ", f.j,"<.; "' special projects for different departments -
F k ,1.
PV-1 aircraft in the NorthPacific. < !: > \ )'t'',..'".c..t.! " December 1943 found him at San : '(.. .J ., > f4!' setting up a master file of Plant ,
'" .":.t :;: ,
Dego( Calif., with another oper- l, .v ; Account and Code E material on
in the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
ational IBM cards for the -
training unit flying PB4Ys. Supply Department
Us first permanent overseas tour 'dW ; i .
l:. 1I New Renaults.
came in late 1944 In Hawaii as "Webster has earned the respectof PeugeotsStudebakers.
the assistant engineering officer of Cdr. Whitmore both his superiors and sub-
another PB4Y squadron. months at Kansas City, Mo. ordinates, by personal demon- PHONE EL 6-3993
Combat duty with VPB-117 In The rest of 1951, through half stration of outstandlngleadership
early 1945 found the commander of 1954, he served behind the aviation practices and a character built
taking part In the Philippine Island engineering classificationdesk around the highest of moral prin-
Campaign over the island of at the Bureau of Aeronau- ciples. His military bearing and
Luzon.In tics, in Washington. professional performance make
contrast to this assignment, Following a tour on the staff of Need goin' home money?
he was transferred to Annapolisjust Commander, NaVal Forces, Atlantic -
a few months later where he Fleet, the commander returned LSC NoticeAll
remained until October 1946 as to school at Case Institute -

a post-graduate engineer student. of Technology, Cleveland, service men and women are
This schooling was followed by Ohio, and at Oak Ridge, Tenn., Invited to the Lutheran Service
his working toward an aeronautical where he studied reactors.In .
Game
Center Night, Friday Aug-
engineering degree which .he received September of 1958 he assumedthe
ust 16 at 8:30p.m.
in 1947 from the California position as deputy director of
There will be games for all
Institute of Technology at Pas- the laboratory at Trenton, N.J., plus prizes and refreshments.The L'H
adena, Calif. and later in May of 1961 took Center is located at 19
From July 1947 to July 1951 charge as director of the lab. West Forsyth St.
he was the Bureau of Aeronau- He held this assignment until
tics representative first for 14 transferred to Jacksonville last U

months at Essington, Pa., and 34 summer at which time he becamethe ACTION- stout heart never went

O&R production manager. with a thin skin. Anyone who has
The commander and his wife,
the courage to act must find the
Majorie, live here on the Station courage to face his crltics.-
ERA PlansBarbecue with their three children, Robert, Burton Hillis, Better Homes and
17, Beverly, 15,.and Gregory, 11. Gardens.



The Jeui f)
Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve
Association will sponsor a bar- =
becue dinner at their clubhouse, PaCItichet
8554 Roosevelt Blvd. on Monday, (s
September 2.
Tickets are expected to go on

sale Further in the Information near furture.may be obtained J04ta4 Get up to $600 from HFC

by calling Thomas J. "HENNY PENNY" CHICKEN DINNER Anytime you find yourself short of cash-that's a good
Bennett, EV41593. time to think of HFC Household Finance. More serve
4 pieces Chicken, French Fries, icemen do...over 100,000,every year. May we help you?
.. Cole Slaw, Hot Roll......................1.25

CARTGDNr'&WEEK ; ; MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
Se/ec7'QQ'bw,4FPsrlvn.. PARTY BOX .v 24 is rt sb
y Ask about i On O f'RK O rb On h
AMFEA NEVSL1 16 pieces of Chicken, Credit LifeInsurance $100 5.93 729 10,07 18.48
1c 4MAREA.APO 200 11.86 14,59 20,14 36.97
4 Hot Rolls,
300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45
1 Pint on loans at 500 28.97 35.85 49,75 91.78
Cole Slow 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80

SNACK PAAK ,', group rate OUrp* .f. 9mlml l III 3%.*,NtHI" .'
3.85 xwYwM.n/Aly1.j..CeZ,...I.u.di'tJ6Oar
Z%...ay'....iN t.
2 Pieces Chicken,

414. Hot French Roll..75 Fries, HOUSEHOLD FlNANC -

Phone .--.,..... _ao, .. ._. --

l FISH DINNER TO GO 389-2841 25 West Forsyfh St.-Phone: 355-943

1 large Filet, Cole Slow, Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Hot Roll, Tartar Sauce., ROOSEVELT 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
1L.D YOU NOrT00 MUCHoFF'ii French Fries.v......90p
3050 Beach Blvd-Phone: 398-4541
1OP1 MALL
Above office open Friday evenings until fM.




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AUGUST 15, 963Wildlife
PAGES JAX AIR NEWS



Bluejackets Inn CPO I Acey DucyClub I

Hunting Rags [ Doin's r

, (Continued From Last Week)


, Fifth District- February 23. Monday, Tuesday Thursday, August 15 Thursday, Thursday, August 15

.DEER: Buck deer with one or morefiveInch and first Friday 9 closed except during Dance Contest Happy Hour Country Drifters 8:30 p.m. -
antlers days and between Decem- Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:00 11:30p.m.
; one per day,two
ber 25 and January L Every-
per season. November 16-January day hunting permitted In Sumter p.m.12:00. Friday, Friday, August 16
5. Monday, Tuesday and Friday Friday, August 16
and Putnam Counties and all Dance
to Johnny
closed first 9 Hawaiian Holiday Tickets $2.00
except during days
south of Road 50
and between December 25 and Jan- Counties State Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 9:00 at door $1.75 in advance
and west of St. Johns River.
uary L SPECIAL SEASON that portion of p.m.1:00 a.m.Saturday. Saturday, Saturday, August 17

Everyday hunting permitted In Osceola County south of State Road August 17 Dance to Phil
Mark Castle 8:30 12:30
Sumter and Putnam Counties and : a.m.
all Counties south of State Road 50 60: November 9-February 23. March Wilson and the Red Coats
SQUIRREL: Ten gray, and two fox Sunday, August 18
9:00 p.m.1:00 a.m. Sunday
and west of St. Johns River. Spec-
clal season that portion of Osce- squirrel per day, total possession, 18 : Game Night 5:00 pm.700: p.m.
August Dance
and four fox squirrel: Sunday, to Charlie
twenty'gray Classics 8:30
ola County south of State Road 60: pm.1130 p.m.
November 5. November 16-February 23. Mon- Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
TURKEY 9-January Either serfjtwoperday, day, Tuesday and Friday closed 8:00 p.m.12:00 a.m. Monday, Monday, August 19
during first 9 days and between -
except Pizza Pinochle Tournament
Night
three November 16-
per season. December 25 and January 1. Monday, August 19
January 5. Monday, Tuesday and Everyday hunting permitted In the Tuesday, August 20
and
Friday closed except during first Dining Dancing Tuesday,
Sumter and Putnam Counties and
9 days and between December 25 August 20 Game Night 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday,
all counties south of State Road 50 Happy Hour
and January 1. Everyday hunting
permitted In Sumter and Putnam and west of St. Johns River. Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
SPECIAL SEASON that of
Counties and all counties south of portion 21 Wednesday Wednesday, August 21
Osceola County south of State Wednesday, August
State Road 60( November 9-Jan-
uary 5. SPRING GOBBLER Road 60: November 9-February Game Night 8:00 p.m.Retired Music by the Movies All Star Golf
23.
SEASON Putnam County: March
28-Aprll 12, one-half hour before In Ocala National Forest, Mon-
sunrise to 12 noon. day, Tuesday and Friday, closed MoviesMovies
of December 25-
during period
QUAIL: Ten per day, total pos-
session, twenty. November 16- January L NATIU Chiefs
3 will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
FilmsAvailable urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
Gets Point
Training Kings Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-
CROSSWORD side and NATTU Theaters and at
At FANS 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hos-
Sorry but becous of e/rcum- William R. Clausen, 17 year old ..
pital Theater. These times are
stances beyond our control we of retired
son chief aviation
were unable to publish thIs Navy subject to change.
FAETU LibraryThree weefc's "PUZZLE FOR PAY" machinist's mate and Mrs. E.F.
We/" be bock soon, however. Clausen of 1016 River Road,Orange Thursday, August 15
new films are available LAST WEEK'S WINNER Park, Fla., has 'received from w Malnslde Some Came Running
for check out by authorized.units WAS: Gladys P. Ebert Florida Congressman; Billy NATTUnlt Rio Bravo
at the Fleet Airborne Electronics 4010 Dellwood Ave. Mathews an appointment to the .it.' Hospital West Side Story

Training Unit Atlantic Del. Two Jacksonville 5, Fla.S.FLED/ U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at d r Center"I Friday, August 16
Film Library. ALL Kings Point, Long Island, N.Y.
"Decision at Williams- Malnslde Call Me Bawanna
One Is
NE: COLT .:FIR E He Is due to report August 18.
burg", a color film depicting the TAA ENERf.ETIC( The senior Clausen retired herein NATTUnit Some Came Running
culminating events that led ANGER _NAIL ... Hospital Rio Bravo
from ..UT.STY.NT", 1954 after serving 20 years,
to American Independence the latter with the
HOE."DY.SNOOP being legal Saturday, August 17
England. AT.SETIHAG.MES office of NA TTU.
Another Is"Cheesecake",also a TAT TAG HENHOLEWET.IMO. Young Clausen Is a graduate of Malnslde Auntie Mame
color movie about Armed Forces ,., .. Forest High School tnjacksonvllle NATTUnlt Call Me Bawanna
... I
personnel In Alaska It Is nar TEN"'ESS R" AN DETER E.TAI where he was active in debating, Hospital Some Came Running

rated by Bob Hope. ALOE. student and
TELL E SIS government was presi-
The third film Is, "The Signi- PAR. ERIE I RY IE dent of the Forest High Chapterof Sunday, August 18

ficant Years", a plctorical history Answer to lost week's puzzle. the National Forensic League. Malnstde Picnic
\ of the people and events which He was also a Life Boy Scout NATTUnlt Auntie Mame
; have a bearing on today's world. and member of the Orange Park : : Hospital Call Me Bawanna

BSA Troop.He Monday, August 19
1 recently complete recruit
Serving : training In the Naval Reserve at William Malnslde The Nun's Story
_
1'I"'I" NATTUnlt Picnic
11 Memphis, Tenn., and t was slated to
>}.., ; attend the aviation electronics order that he Hospital Auntie Mame

.t -.d MS-CECIL FIELD school there but was discharged in appointment. Tuesday, August 20
"'-' .#.,
'"
and theBAY Malnslde Experiment In Terror
NAlTUnlt The Nun's Story
YOUR HKVPORT
GET A Hospital PicnicWednesday
y

MOBILE IIOME AREA MISSILE AGE August 21
-
'eaIs\. ." Mainslde The Young Philadelphian -

\ NATTUnlt Experiment In Terror
FROM
%* NEW CARS Hospital The Nun's Story

../
II1TI FUIIM'SLMGEST Lowest Prices

Highest Trade-in Allowance
\ .. -111 .Easy Tenns- The Nicesest More Time.To Hunt


MOBILE HOMEW't a \ : I USED CARS Gobblers, Deer In NW


DEALER s"We IIII Okayed Used Cars at Two Big In Deer the Third and turkey hunting season

I'j 11111 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Conservation District
J (Northwest
Florida will
r Trade Anything Iro" Blllyaoat fo Boltlithlp 7 IIII Full One-Year Guaranteed 12 ) January -
1964. An error In the
}i JIftL On Every Car Sold earlier reported deer and turkey

hunting regulations Indicated the
SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE season closed statewide January

5. According to A. D. Aldrich,
) 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV /MHMn @J GORDON director, Game and Fresh Water
4-5584 Commission, the season for deer
2200 CH May port 522?Rood i I, .. and turkey hunting will close Jan-
"Jacksonville's uary 5 in all sections of the state

1.... y except the third district, which
will close January 12.r .



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NEWSWin ... ; .
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Sports Ironman




After 22-Year Try .F

The Corpsmen: of the Naval Hospital \literally ,carried, away the
laurels, trophies and cheers last Monday night during the awards s
presentation of the 1963 Semiannual ''
Intramural Sports Banquet.: ..
a first for them in 22 years I nn H
TROPHY WINNERS Representing different
of the championships in six
Highlight ,
evening and the over-all Ironman award the
which''' gathered over 400 partic- sports participants in spring
ipants and guests at the Blue- intramural program display their team's" trophies. They are, (L toR)
jackets Inn, was the awarding of from the Hospital, T. W. Tober, James Dwiggins, Lyle Herzog andJ.
the Big "I" Ironman trophy. Warren Bickerstaff holding the Ironman award. Gene Wart.
tain J. M. Harmer, : V VAP.62 A. R. Gastiger VP-30 and N. D. Thurman, Supply, display -
Officer of the Hospital -:4\ the three championships that Hospital failed to win. (Navy
coveted award on behalf I Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).
sportsmen from Captain

Officer.In Compton. NAS Jax the ONE place to

Hospital addition received to this call formoney

trophies for track and field,
ball and golf. They
ceived recognition for, / :
J
All-Station Championships In I J
ball and golf. These two
Bic-
were not affiliated
sports
( ) re-
Ironman program however. (Navy Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea
second in total
Running ) son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get
received during the past
Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
sports season was Patrol
Cash Loan Service at affiliated Beneficial office
the any any.
30. Adding to this,
ron's Commanding Officer where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!

mander R. F. Lyons
his men the '63 Bowling BENEFICIAL

ship.Third and fourth places FINANCE SYSTEM ,

Intramural endeavors Loans up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note
Heavy Photographic Squadron JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
the IM Swimming Champions 311 West Bay St. Mayflower Hotel. . . ELgin 3-4473
the Supply Department which 5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). .CV 4-4595
the Basketball Championship 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). PO 5-2623
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
.
spectively.All Town & Country Shopping Center RA 4.7910
told 34 units,
SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
and squadrons participated 3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza. EX 8.1515
Spring program.
Master of ceremonies
evening was W. R. Fitch,
tant Special Services Officer.
chasing and arrangement of
trophies awarded was 8157.:4 / / 111p
the man who coordinated the
son of sports NAS Jax's p
Director, Frank McCaffrey.

Jr. Liiiksters


Begin Tourney t .",.
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Two junior golf
scheduled for the month of ( )

ust at the NAS Golf .. "
military dependents' juniors ( .' :',, t";'ifif" ;'t s4;( 4:+wt',;,. ')'..y"I om.
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juniors of civilian members.The i ;{: % :? / .' : :: ?<- .. :" "
first, to be held b4 i"< '..., .Y..,.., :.: i. ," "
15-16, will be run In three ., .
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play divisions 14 years and ''.. 1'. .
10.13 and 9 and under. : j"

Prizes will be provided ( a 5/. Y'>,"? ....5... '.
winner of each age group.
The second tournament
20-22, will be a match play
with no handicaps. It
divided Into nights of eight Our reputation for fine coffeo began 43 all thecoffee
seeds will be assigned years ago. Over the years we continuedto
to known ability and scores search for an even finer blend. Then,
the earlier medal play 16 years ago, we perfected our special you can
Prizes will be awarded to blend of rich, full-bodied coffees. Since drink
winners of each flight. 1947 we've served over $12,000,000
For each tournament, there worth over '120,000,000 cups. Enjoy only l lOc
be a $1.00 entry fee. some today!
person playing In both
ments will be charged only $ / ;
for the two.
A succeeding 9 moig)
medal play tournament Is
planned for Sept. 8, it
announced.For Roosevelt Mall Southgate Plaza 0 128 W. Monroe St.
further Information
NAS Golf Club House, Ext.



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SAPP SLAPS one out of the par k

to give Hospital an early edge if!, Makes final
over AO.B School In the intra Hospital .

mural All-Station Softball Play-

Offs. (Navy Photo by Ron Gard., I' F

ner, PH2-P1)). Win of Diamond i SeasonThe

CITIZENS Being a good citizenis
a duty and privilege. Don't
let the privilege slip from Hospital intramural soften bam finished a-highly! successful -
away In station last Wednesday ? by) AO-a
you! Martin Tonn Ass't Pro- 904F season J play August defeating

fessor, Moorhead State College, >, School_-,__' .....--1 of NATTpnit :in> the Station, f fChampionship. ? :game at Enterprise -
Minn, Optimist Mag Optimist rieiu. ,' .j'' I" I
tons of the NATTU. Intramural
11'
Internal!, 7-63. The Hospital team, who. .had Softball League
previously won the: NAS',National -
AO-B players are Barry Kennedy
with 20-2 win-loss
League a
Johnny Anderson, Ed McCoy -
record, qualified as I NAS representatives -
> Ed Johnson, Frank Pinder
TATUMS winners against,the AO-B NATTU':School intramural -, Donald Gardner and Ronald,
Swenneseth.>
F.. r7v: :$ Offs by breezing without through a loss. the NAS Plays >_'The winning ,members 'are Eddie

Peak Rudd Ed
: In the game Hospital managed Jerry McDonough,
# 1 FOR MEHS %AND ... ,:, Joe Counts, Sandy Wagner, Red
? four of their five in
runs a big
.
1t1t.1+1I1 fA C f DReg Acirf ATJINI'tCMtt.f.. tiVfM1.,"..: {'' ;: Mills, Fred Kloman, Jim
third inning when Fred Kloman Oakley,.
\ singled in Sandy Wagner who had Joe Phillips, Joe Sapp and Jim

earlier walked and then advancedto Dwiggins.

third. Joe Sapp added the Important -

39.95 to blow when he clouted a
SUITS 55.05 Value 19.8821.88 two run homer. Big Joe Counts, Jax Navy Nine

following Sapp, duplicated his NAS
Play-Off game winning-home run
Reg' Value 14.95 1.95 by blasting one over the left fielder Tops City ClubThe

DRESS SLACKS to 16.95 N for one extra run and"pum sugar"in
the 5-1 win. Jax-Navy varsity Softball
Red Mills was the winning pit- team bettered their season stand-

Reg. Value cher. ing Friday night by defeating the
SPORT COATSOPEN
19.95 to 29.95 The AO-B team finished their Lewis-Shell team 4-1 and 3-1
e a regular season with a 23-3 win in a double header at EnterpriseField.
a0'k'04a M loss standinghavtngdefeatedetght .
other teams to evolve as champ- Julian Lewis and Joe Counts rap

ped a home run apiece for the,
.; 'I winners while Harry Shelly and

Fall KeglersStrike James Dwiggins made the most

of the pitching chores. Shelly gets'
FIEETIE::::: : credit for the win.
: } ; the second Lewis also
:::::::\ ::::::%::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::::::::::;:::: In game
Off made a four-base round trip on
one lick. This time, however, he
DAILY' 9:30 TO 9:00 was credited with a standupdouble

EXCEPT WED. TIL 6. CLOSED SUNDAY but was able to complete the whole
New SeasonNAS trip when the Shell right fielder
overthrew third base.

Charlie Thomas and Red Mills,

Intramural bowling got getting strikeouts between them,
JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN
underway on station alleys Tuesday combined efforts to win the game.
BRAND NEW 1963 FIAT and Wednesday nights this Thomas, the starting pitcher gets
week as the Americarrand Conti- official credit for the win.

nental leagues began their first
nights bowling. The National lea-

$ gue begins at 3:30 p.m. this after-
noon. _
Thursday, August 15
National League

3:30: )pirn. Valions vs Eagles .
3:30: ) p.m. Pin Pounders vs Lucky
7

6cOO p.m. Marines vs Pan Handlers -

Delivered in Jax After Only $99 Down
6cOO p.m. Electrons vs Rookies
6:00 p.m. Bomb Scorers vs Ban-
LESS PAYMENTS dits
45-50 MILES PER
LESS MICE 8:30: ) p.m. Pro's vs Owl Hoots
GALLON OF GAS THAN A WESTSIDESERVING :
8:30 p.m. Air Frames vs Re-
i USED CAR
jects

8:30 p.m. VU-10 vs NARTU #2 IlI
j L QI1 l IIG
Monday, August 19
- Continental League

1 3:30: ) p.m. Twisters vs Falcons

3:30: ) p.m. Sparks vs Sky Warriors SOUTHWEST
'I DUVAL
I ;v?. COUNTY
--
6:00 p.m. Riggers vs Cutters WITH
v 6:00 Thunderheads vs Com COMPLETE
e. Fair Jax B 4 CONVENIENT
MODERN
Size amily Sednrr HIATII 6:00 p.m. Cannon Cockers vs COMMERCIAL
UnA$49D2 Hospital Needlers BANKING
8:30: tun. Griffins SERVICES
vs Colts
$ N Wednesday, August 21 *
FREE Continental A MOu SMw.iAwr .
Orr $6A.:1' League ,r rO AM.j-00 IM
3 3)) a N i.r.ra. rxAM.larM
: BB
p.m. Stackers
::;:: r vs Blackbirds rrrL/7D AMIM All D.

ALL THESE EXTRAS .
3:30 p.m. Sky Warriors
#2 vs
1. Wkilcwill lire 5. V/mtfihit WjtkeriElectric ,. ffttieqi Siarab Com Fair Jax .ti
A
2. Fictoty U.dmoitti ;.< 6. Windshield When 10. AH V.,l IMenor .
Reclimnc; Bucket Stat, 7. Ceurttiy %Lulit t t>Mar LifhrI 11. Ortnittf Iraket 6:00 p.m. Mix Masters-vs Hospital .
4. 9tiM Dud Lihti Under Hoed &Trunk 11 12. In 4.SfM4*Lifetime TrawBiniwi bMoc..... #2

PLUS McCLELLAN'S LIFETIME WARRANTY-FULL PARTS AND LABOR 6:00 p.m. Demons vs Com Store
I Five luza s DING
6:00 p.m. NARTU #1 vs Pizzan's D 4K 771-6161 1
HENRY A. McCLELLAN
8:30 p.m. NARTU Jl vs Molar
Follers
Jacksonville's Leading Imported Car Dealer Member of
900 MAIN OPIN NIGHTS SUNDAY Ph. EL 5-9041 8:30: p.m. Spartans vs Chiefs FDICPAGE
8:30 p.m. Avions vs Paymasters



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THE CHAMPS, Robert Durfos (shaking hands) and Larry Heisel 588 S. EDGE WOOD
accept trophies from RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite for winning the
doubles championship in the ComFalrJax Tennis Tournament. EV 4-6444

ri-IIhIFINALISTS (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).


CFJ J NetTourney

Have you made sure, financially,
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Won that your childrencan


By CFJPlaying J Joe DAccord! go to college?


(L to R) Robert Durfos and Larry Heisel of ComFair- top flight tennis Robert Marvin B. Harper FLU
General Don
Jax and James Hafele and James VFP Agent Mopes
Spahn, >62, were the finalists Drufos and Larry Heisel of Com
in doubles competition in the Com Fair Jax Tennis Tournamentat Fair Jax played their way to two 1100 Universal Marion BuildingTel.
NAS Jax last week. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). division championships In their 354.4483MASS.GIIl'SI'TTS

own tournament last week on NAS
Jax courts. : MUTUAL
Marine Lieutenant Dick Em- in the decathlon put on a closing According to the tournament Life Inturnnrt CompanyBBILLIANT
was commendeo'by Under- sprint to win the 1,500 meters. .
berger director "It was the first time .f IIIM011ILD.Y1..CMu..Tt. O"GANII.D 1..1
secretary of State Averell Harriman "It was a fine performance" ComFairJax. has won a Com ..rOef
at the US-USSR Track Meetin Harriman said "especially rightin Fairfax tournament."
Moscow. Emberger competing front of the Premier (Khrush- Durfos was the big winner. He
chev)." received for
trophies being a mem-
ber of the winning team, for win-
I ning the singles and for a shareIn
winning the doubles with Heisel.
Heisel did fairly well "bring-
ing home the bacon" himself
y 'R }'n7<,i'' '.%P>, ;v?+ ''t ?;3}r sv: as
t his awards the those
were same as
..
'x'5' '' $, 4r r r'a"y'Ly {: % '
"rr: 'fir' : MI AYlal : won by Durfos with the exceptionof JeWel
}5d5ffetr ab DdL nz'
the singles trophy which was .d '

Ads should I b. JIIoU.d to the JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyd. Drlv. replaced with the runner-up award. .1 ors
JockionvllU 8. Florida to arrive not later than Tu.sdoy'or publU Durfos and Heisel then played S
cation the lofl wlng fbLJraday.Ada arrlvlnQ too late for this deadline their way to the finals in the 'Il c
will b. the Is In. :
published the following we k unless publisher double elimination doubles bracketand
strucfed otherwise. A ch.ck or mon.y ord.r for the full cost of the
ad must be received WITH"the copy for the ad. DO NOT SEND CASH. there defeated James Spahn DIAMOND
and James Hafele VFP-62 (Cecil
Field), by the scores of 6-2. 63. ENGAGEMENT SETS
RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00 All said and done ComFairJax -
Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35 carried the first place team rx.du
fog
trophy away and VFP-62 for their J&WUCP AV
efforts took the runner-up doubles
REAL ESTATE SALES&SERVICE AMH- stationed at NAS Memphis trophy. NothingDown
Tenn. would like to swap duty with Other entries were from Carrier No InterestNo
Buying? ? Sincere Counsel- someone at NAS Jax VP-30 or Carrying-Charge
Selling Air Group One, VA-44 and the Small)) each
ing without obligation. 35 years of NAS Cecil Field. Write: JamesR. carrier ShangriLa.Rear payment paydayat
courteous service to satisfied Halso A/C Maintenence NAS Admiral Robert Gold-
clients. Also your "Broker" for Memphis Tenn. or call Pauline thwaite made the award presenta- Jim Warner Jeweler, Inc."N3tfonwlde" .

VA-FHA acquired properties. Halso 388-0428 356-5266 Jax. tions in his office last Thursday 224 w..t FOI"yHt
$100.00 down. Call us anytime. afternoon following the tourna-
3 BR, 2 Bath HOME FOR RENT
Nights call SP 12276. RICHARD ment._
$125 per mo. Will give rentor .
D. BARKER REALTOR 2724 Park
St. EV 82691Going first option to buy. Small equity AIR. BASE,
take up payments. $80 per mo.
Call SP 1-0322 After 6 p.m.
inc.
Out Into Civilian Life Soon? lVIOTORS

Considering civil service .
a govt. 2 BR, Full Bath 1957 Knox Trailer .
position? For information call 46 x 8 aluminum. Cost $6000 New and Used Cars
398-6786 or 771-6187 after 5
p.m. selling price $2100.Call 3541092.

UNFURNISHED HOUSE Murry All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
08001630.between
Hill, 2 B, Kitchen Equipped LargeYd. RIDERS WANTED ,
9-4275 Southslde & NAS Jax
Conv. to school. EV
or'SP 12877. John Bee ext. 669 Before buy used
you any new or car --

Experienced VARITYPIST needed "CAPE CORAL", nr. Ft. Myers
Immediately. Office location on 2 lots watervlew low equity. Call

Southslde near Expressway. Phone EV 4-2375 anytime. SEEUSFIRST1! !

359-2008-9 for interview. HOMES 1 and 2 baths 3 bdrms,

MOTHER'S Care for your childIn convt. to NAS and CECIL. Many
my home. Fenced yard. have kitchens equipped and fences. *
771-4721. Only $100 down fast occupancy. More than 100 car Inventory to choose from
Hurry I Call now 355-2631 any
'62 TRAILER 10' x 54', 3 BR, time. Service Realty Broker. *
$100 equity, assume monthly pay- Financing arranged for you l#
ments. 7716322. Normandy Church of the Nazarene
7020 Ramona Blvd. Sunday School
'59 CHEVROLET Impala Conv., 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Worship: 11:00 I PHONE 384-5575
v-a. completely equipped new top a.m. NYPS: 6:30 p.m.; Evangelistic
2 new tires. Excellent Cond. Retired Service: 7:30p.m.: > Wed.Prayer I

Businesswomen's car. Meeting: 7:30: p.m. Rev. J. 6435 Roosevelt Boulevard -- Jacksonville 10 Florida
FL 9-9610. D. Havener Pastor EV 7-113L ,

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