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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 t 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 NO. 24 JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA August 22, 1963




VP-18 Wins 1963 Atlantic Flu. Native To Assume Command 4 ,. .




Fleet Aviation Safety AwardThe Of Naval Air Technical Training Unit '' 1 j




1963 Atlantic Fleet Aviation Award for Patrol
Safety Navy
One of the largest commands based at NAS Jacksonville will receive a new commanding officer in
Squadrons has been awarded! to a unit of Fleet Air Wing Eleven home
: ceremonies slated for tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. Leaving the post as skipper of the Naval Air Technical
based here at NAS Jacksonville.
Training Unit will be Captain H.D. Allen. He will turn over the reins of command to Captain Charles

Patrol Squadron Eighteen, pre- the SP2H aircraft, some of the G. Strum.
The ceremonies will take placeon -
sently on a split deployment to
Iceland and Spain, received the exploits during the 55,000 hours of the Station's parade ground aboard which he was stationed at

award from the Commander of the accident free flight included adjacent to Yorktown Ave. A per- the bombing of Pea rUt arbor.Other
sighting the cruise ship Santa : and service medals include -
sonnel inspection of NATTU men campaign
Atlantic Fleet Naval Air Force, ,
Vice Admiral Frank O'Beirne. Maria, a Portuguese vessel hijacked Vp-' :. and women will precede the cfiange the Pacific Area with three

in 1961; the Able, Baker, of command. stars; the American Defense with

Commanding officer of the patrol and Ham experimental capsules; . .... one star; American area; World
.
squadron Is Commander Allen leaves
V.F. An- .. Capt. Jacksonville
Aurora Ts Astronaut Scott Car-
War II Victory Medal; National
derson. penter; and Nina II, the replical after serving as NATTU skipper Defense Service Medal;and Expert
This award marks the fifth con- since August 1961 to assume com-
ship which had gone off course Pistol Shot Medal. -
secutive year VP-18 has been selected when mand of the Pacific Missile Range
attempting to duplicateColumbus' He Is married to the former
the outstanding patrol Facility onKwajalein,Marshall Is-
across the At- WYr.
voyage Mary L. McCall of Pullman, Ga.
squadron in the Atlantic Fleet, lantic.In lands. During his tour here, two
have
They two daughters, and will
"for meritorious achievement in new schools were established and
1958 1960 and 1962
VP-18 reside on the Station.Dental .
aviation safety", and the fifth consecutive earned the Battle "E". Also, t w the unit won the Admiral's plaquefor
accident free year the fiscal year 1963 as the most
in 1961 and 1962 the squadron was
squadron operated. awarded the Captain ArnoldJ. .41" efficient activity in the Naval Air CorpsCelebrates
This safety record is possible .ciJ"'t .. Technical Training Command.His .
: .
Isbell Trophy for excellence ir ;r7Ji; ." ::
only through a vigorous safety pro antisubmarine warfare. relief, Capt. Strum reportsto

gram which Is fully supported by The first group of the squadron Jacksonville after serving as 51stAnniversary
each member of the Flying Phan- is the commanding officer of the
expected to begin returning to
toms". Jacksonville upon completion of Naval Station at Sangley Point, .j

Flying the latest configuration of its five-month tour which began P.I. Born in St. Petersburg, Fla.,

June 29. he attended Bolles Military School By Chris Cole, SN
in Jacksonville before the
entering
Sales Tips Copt. C. C. Strum service. He helped place Fleet Aircraft The Navy Dental Corps cele-

Service Squadron 107 into brates its 51st Anniversary to-

Given AFMA commission and has held the dual day. Thirty assistant dental sur-

Jacksonville's VMA-144 Now post of Commanding Officer of geons were appointed to the Med-

Air borne Early Warning SquadronOne ical Department of the Navy on

By Fla. Prof.By and Commander U.S. Fleet August 22, 1912 by an act of Con- --

Marc Whetstone, J01 Training At. MCAS Yuma Ariz. Air Detachment on Guam. gress.

During his tour as SangleyPointCommanding Here at NAS, Jacksonville there
The art of selling requires three
Strum
Officer Capt. are three dental units..Mainslde,

Important steps of persuasion By MSgt. C. M. Akey was made an honorary citizen of Naval Air Technical Training Unit

giving what is wanted..never gen- Cavlte City and Cavite Provincein and Naval HospitalThe

eralize what is wanted..and never Jacksonville's own Marine Reserve Squadron, The "Flying Gator's" a special resolution unanimously Malnslde unit is headed by

minimize what the want Is. Marine Attack Squadron 144 left here last Sunday, for two weeks approved by the Cavite City Captain John H. McEachren, the

This was the basis of an add- active duty for training at the Marine Corps Air Station YumaArizona.The Municipal Board Mar. 15, 1963. Senior Dental Officer. He assumedthis

ress given before members of unit made Marine Corps He was cited for his "dedicatedrole duty on July 2L He came to

the Armed Forces Management Reserve Aviation history last year in cultivation and preservationof Jax from the Naval Air Station,

Association at the NAS Officer's when it conducted annual training crews. 144wi11 the bonds of good will and amity North Island, San Diego Calf*
While at YumaVMA- join
Club last Tuesday by Dr. Frank outside the continental limits of between the governments of the The dental officer holds a BS
in
five other Reserve squadrons
Goodwin, professor of MarketingSales the United States at the Naval exercise United States of America and the degree from the University of
"Operation Unity II, an
and Sales Management at Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto all phases of Republic of the Philippines." Southern California. One of his
designed to cover
the University of Florida atGalns- Rico. Strum is entitled to wear duties
flight operations in order to bringthe Capt. more significant Navy was
vllle. Lieutenant Colonel Robert R. the Navy Unit Commendation dental officer aboard the battle-
of readiness.A
units to a peak
Introducted to an audience of Tabler of Jacksonville, Com- exercise will awarded to the USS Pennsylvania

about 100 by Captain J. R. Compton manding Officer of VMA-144, led competitive air Continued On Page 7
be conducted 23 and 27
on
August
NAS Officer and
Commanding squadron pilots flyingA4BSkyhaWkjet
between VMA-141 Alameda Cali-
( ,
President of the Jacksonville attack bombers on the long
forniaVMF-215) (OlatheKansas),
AFMA Chapter, Dr. Goodwin flight to the desert base In Ari-
and the "Flying Gator's" VMA-
entertainingly expressed the important zona. A refueling stop was madeat a b
144. r 1y
phases of salesmanship by the Naval Air Station, Dallas, n
with several Objectives of the two week train-
relating his highlights Texais.
ing period are: To insure a max-
anecdotes.In .
Also the
making fiightwestwere
imum number of syllabus flight
emphasizing the three selling Lieutenant Colonel William I.

steps that should be taken, he Armagost, commanding officer of hours per pilot consistent with

pointed out that guessing what the MARTD Jacksonville and Major flight safety;to provide specialized

customer wants often results in Marvin E. Day, MARTD Jax executive flight and ground school trainingfor iIY\\\

mistakes, for not everyone wants officer. Majar EdwardT. selected personnel; andtopro-
vide units for participation in the
the same things, he said. Graham Jr., Operations and
Air-Ground Exercise.A .
Step two, according to the pro- Training Officer for MARDT Jack
Readi-
fessor, is to be certain not to sonville, left here Saturday in modified Operational '
generalize, no matter what busi- T-33B trainer ness Inspection is also scheduledto -
a (two-place jet )
be conducted by the Wing Inspector \
is involved because there is
,
ness to provide liaison for the "Flying
___ _
of the Marine Air Reserve \
the danger of running into vari- Gator's" arrival
ation. from the Training Command. Air Oper- ,.'"v. #1.;>. .;
Twenty-five Regulars ...
.
ations and maintenance procedureswill II; to tWA..bt. i:
"Never minimize what the want Detachment made the trip to Ari-
--
Is," said Dr. Goodwin, in pointingout zona with VMA-144 aboard be the closely readiness scrutinized of the to unit.evaluate .-, LEADER OF VMA-144 pilots on their flight to MCAS, Yuma, Ariz. !R

the third step of salesmanship."Once KC-130F transport aircraft topro- according to fleet Marine Force was Lt. Col. Robert R. Tabler, Commanding Officer of the squad

you minimize your sales, vide technical assistance when ron. The unit is now undergoing its two weeks annual training 1 i;

Continued on page 7 needed by the Reserve unit ground Continued on page 4 period at the desert base. (Marine Corps Photo) i iSKY



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1963 JAX AIR'NEWS
_ August 22. --..........
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Station Traffic ,. .. ", .. '.J -
McDonald ,.
Adm.
Speaks -Jt' mmmThe
: Violation Record : ., : _:&: .. :$:: ':

I .
: Briefly At Change Of Command '{" ,
Following Is a report of traffic
Civilian
violations for the period August JAX AIR NEWS Is a Enterprise Newspaper

I Secretary Gilpatrlc, Secretary that they have attained standardsIn 11 through August 17. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

I Korth, Admiral Anderson, distinguished appearance, conduct, and edu- Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
, guests, ladies and gen- cation never here-tofore attained. ACCIDENTS private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
NUMBER OF
tlemen: These are only a few of the rea- NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

I am most appreciative of the sons why I say that I think that This week (period August Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12tOO noon qn Monday before

nice things which Secretary Korth our Navy Is In perhaps the best 11-17)) . . . .4 publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources..
and Admiral Anderson said aboutme. shape In which it has ever beenin Total accidents this year Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.

I am pleased that the first times of peace. through August 17 . .170 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

I remarks which I make after having Of course, we have problems.We NumbW of accidents through concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

I taken the oath of office as Chiefof have serious problems; we August 1962 . . 173 Company, 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida ;-

Naval Operation will be wordsof always have had problems, and we Telephone 359-5140 or 359-027L
tribute to my long-standing always will That's one of the Number of days since last injury
accident.. ..35
- friend, Admiral Anderson. Very reasons we have leaders leaders in motor vehicle VOL. .21 1 N0. 24 -

few In the Navy today have known whose job It Is to solve these 1
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
him longer than I have, and cer- problems. We have in our Navy

tainly no one has had a morepleasant hundreds, yes, thousands of per-

association,both personal sonnel who have spent their entire week (August 11-17)) .77 ResultIn

and professional. Throughout his adult lives In the Navy, and one of Reckless driving . 3 Driver Neglei May

entire career, he has enjoyed a the reasons they have done this is Going through stop sign .3

justifiably high reputation, high- In order that they may bring their Other violations . .54

lighted by ability, Integrity and years of experience and their tech- Twenty-eight drivers appeared Hit and Run AccidentAt
great moral courage. I join with nical competence to bear upon the before the Traffic Hearing Boardat

the Secretary of the Navy In speak- solution to these problems. We the meeting held on August

ing for all the personnel In the have another group of personnel, 19, 1963. Disposition of the cases approximately 2:05: a.m. on September 21, 1962, three motor

Navy when we thank Admiral men who have voluntarily left their Include the following: 19 lost vehicles were Involved In an unusual accident, which ended in the

Anderson for the great contribu- chosen professions, sometimes at driving and parking privileges death of one of the drivers. This sad event occured on an eight-lane

tions which he has made to our considerable personal and aboard station for various periods; highway separated In the middle by a six-foot wide median strip.

Navy and to our country while financial sacrifice, in order that 12 were Assigned to complete an Traveling at 45 miles an hour

wearing his uniform. As he leaves, they may also bring their par- eight-hour course In remedial In lane four of the northbound he observed the car strike the inert

he takes with him our love, our ticular talents and their experienceto driving instructions; 10 received highway, the driver of car "1", figure and carry It 65 feet down

admiration, and our respect, and bear upon the solutions to these suspended penalties; seven were looking in his rear view mirror, the road. The body fell from the

.. we wish for him and Mrs. Anderson same problems. This type of given warnings; three were dis- saw a car approaching very fast. car, while the car traveled another
nothing but the very best, combination of personnel has been missed and two were referred to He Increased his speed In an 600 feet before stopping. The

whereever they may be. active in our country since the commanding officers for possible attempt to get clear of the oncoming driver of this car looked back,

Now, just a few words about very founding of our country, andI disciplinary action. vehicle; his attempt was and seeing what he had done, sped

this Navy which Admiral Anderson think it's most important for us unsuccessful-car "2" right front away.

Is leaving behind. In many to realize that during the entire end struck car "I" left rear end. This tragic event highlights the

ways, I believe that our Navy Is lifetime of our country, they have Upon Impact, car "2" went out need for a better understanding ofa

In better shape today than It has enabled us to maintain a military FRA PlansBarbecue of control The right front door safe driving practices. In reviewing -

ever been In times of peace. For posture which has either enabledus sprang open and the driver was the sequence of events

Instance, our nuclear-powered to stay out of war or to win thrown onto the roadway adjacentto that led to such disatrous results,

submersibles are superb. Our any war In which we have ever the center divider. The vehicle It Is apparent that the driver of

units which are equipped with sur- become engaged. crossed the center divider car "1" was partly responsible for
face-to-air missiles are good and I see no reason why this same and the four southbound lanes and the Incident that followed. In many
getting better. Our fast attack combination of personnel can't Tickets sale for the law that
are now on struck a chain link fence. States it Is required by
carrier task forces, together with solve any problem we may have
Labor DayBarBQuePlcnlcbelngsponsored Stopping his damaged car In the motor vehicles must keep to the
their mobile logistic support, today, as well as any which may by Branch 91 of the hand lane at the of the right hand lane or lanes unless
right edge
enable us to project a United States arise In the future. Today, I Reserve
'Fleet Association. They highway, the driver of car "1" passing other vehicles. This requirement -
base overseas and have It feel highly honored to find myselfa
oper- may be purchased at the FRA Clubhouse was not compiled with
the
out to help driver of
car
member of the echelonof got
able while moving. These forcesare higher
8554 Roosevelt Blvd.
at "2", who was lying In the road. by the driver of car "I".
I think, priceless assets, andI this group of personnel, and I site of the September 2 affairor The driver of car "2" would
am convinced that they are assets embark upon my new assignmentwith from picnic chairmen T.J. Ben- Seeing other cars approaching, he not have been ejected from his
down the
that are the envy of every other great pride, optimism, and a nett EV 4-1593; T.L. Cannon ran road signaling the motor vehicle If a seatbelt had
In the world. Our Polaris determination to do the bestI cars to stop. They stopped and
Navy very
264-6855
Base W.J. -
( 8123)) or Cap- been used. This Is another example
submarines not only give our can to discharge my responsi- well EV 9-7993 (Base 8469)). upon seeing the accident, they kept of the value of seatbelts
their brake
bilities In lights flashing off and
a credible nuclear deter- a manner which will
country Price of the tickets are $L50 Installed and used.
justify the confidence which has on In order to prevent other cars perperly
rent, but one with survivability for the Bar-B-Que 25 cents for In
been In from piling Into them and the Inert Driver 3" was traveling
placed Thank
which wasn't even dreamed about me. you. chlldrens' hamburgers. The chef posted
State's
violation of the
figure on the road.
just a few short years ago. Admiral Anderson,I relieve you, for the affair will be SI Bidwell. 60 mile hour speed limit.
As for our personnel I think sir. Mr. Secretary, I report to There will also be playedand The driver of car "I" ran over per be
you as Chief of Naval Operations. awarded. games to pull driver "2" onto the median Even though speed limits may
prizes the
strip when a car traveling at high posted, other factors enter into

editorial_ ... a' speed in lane four bore down upon safe driving of a vehicle. Even

him. Jumping back just in time, though visibility is good and the
road dry and straight, night driv-

The 'Complete Picture'Has ing required reduced speeds from

... a., '. daylight speed limits. A motor
vehicle driver depends upon the
Wheravertravel.
... beam of his headlight to observe

Many Dimensions obstructions In the roadway at
'
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j. 'J.f.\
night. A car driven at high speedcan

overdrive Its headlights, as
Ping Bodie, a famous baseball ruly California baseball fan. It's In
well illustrates.
one of the easiest things In the : iI+. this example
umpire, was getting heavy showerof accordance with the standards set
abuse from fans in the grand- world to sit on the sidelines and by the Uniform Vehicle Code, the
stand ball criticize the work of another. of head-
during a game played standard performance
The "complete picture" is often r.r '
revealan
many years ago in California. lights on "high beam" must
Suddenly, In the middle of the unrecognized by the individual, be .. object 350 feet away, and, on
"::
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called It military or civilian, man or ;:.;" '''' Travel
Ping to
game proceedings low beam 100 feet away.
:(
,
.. '... ..
a halt, walked over to the woman. Olten we sit on the side- .. ... the posted
grand- .. ... .. ":':'. ing at 60 miles per hour(
stand and climbed slowly to the lines and are most critical of the :. :. .:.:.;::. :'," .'.:. .. :.::f} speed limit) It will take at least
small visible of the ,
portion over- '
top. When he reached the top .1111 N p zQs .:. 366 feet (or around 23 car lengths)
row, he bellowed. "Play Ball!" all situation. K.M to stop-under ideal conditions. If
Since the small is often
The bewildered managers picture ideal conditions do not prevail
rushed and all we see, wouldn't we be better ; good
up to Ping asked him ii :'Jj (reaction time, weather,
what on earth he thought he was off to get down on the grounder b 'QMJE' brakes and good road conditions),
climb out of our own grandstandand
doing. ..... the distance will be extended
stopping
"If these people can see better examine the complete picture, '" factors
'"'' .... accommodate the
:
i; i; to
from up here than I can down big and small? Then, rather than ... ...... ( these standards,
involved. From
there," he roared, "then, here's contributing vocal disagreement, : .% :.:.:. ...: ..KEEP fn .......:. it can be surmised that the driverof
I'll call 'em from. roll up our sleeves, tighten our .fi. his
where" Play belt buckles bend backs .. ..'s.'. I@l@ Lil TOUCH I I .::<...://J... car "3" could not stop the
our use
Ball! ; ...,.,....... ...... ..... ....... ... vehicle In time sighting
The soldier, sailor, airman or our heads and work for the "big :::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:;:.:.: : :.:.:.::.:.:.::.:.:.t\ll:\: of driver "upon 1" lying in the
body
Marine often reacts to decisionsin team"-the United States of overdriving his
of
the same manner as the un- America. (AFP ) roadway-a case
headlights.



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From Here To .Rockies

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Their Buiness e.:1 Bugs A'' dry'

By Marc ] '
A great deal has been said for and against insecticides and peSti- I Il\ JN
cides the past couple of years, but without them, particularly in this A '
region! man wouldn't survive very comfortably. Jr ds
a I r !
This is the opinion of a groupof '_.i
dedicated entomologists and den, as head of the Center's Test-
technicians who work in ing and Development Department, 4
laboratories and classrooms hereat was ajso Instrumental in Its con-
NAS Jax doing their part in struction and works hand In hand i
the fight against man's oldest with the inventors in testing the ;,4sP
enemy disease. apparatus.
As members of the Navy's East After two years of construction,
Coast Disease Vector Control Cen- the insecticide spreader Is com- t n -,
ter, these men assist in the pre- plete. Situated within the fuse-
vention and control of Insects and lage of the helicopter Is a hop- ,)
pests which carry hum diseases. per which holds 1,400 pounds of
They do this through chemicaland insecticide powder. It Is dis- i
mechanical test and evaluation persed out cylindrical tubes on
and through teaching their findingsand either side of the aircraft by
techniques to other disease drawing fans. The rate of dls-
combatant personnel not only from persement Is 300 pounds per min-

the Navy but from the Air Force, ute.This DEMONSTRATING the of' the Mite back I
Army, Coast Guard, and Is not the first aerial dust- use Mighty pack insecticide dispersing unit to a class of
on
sion, to members of neighboring occa- ing project Hayden has worked on. Naval Reservists is Robert Riggs, HM1, a member of the Field Facility for the Disease Vector ,
countries. In 1959, he completed work on Control Center. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). I

The Center's area of responsi- the first jet aircraft system which
bility, under the charge of Com- was devised and tested here with training.As Navy and Coast Guard on the East the pests and how to properly administer -
mander Leslie W. Teller, MSC, the assistance of Attack Squadrons mentioned earlier, the Center and Gulf coasts. the necessary fumigation.
extends northward to the Canadian Forty-Four and Twelve. provides vector control training to These instructions are con- Many associated subjects are also
border, westward to the Rocky Developing and testing such all members of the Armed Forces ducted year-round and afford the covered which Include proper storage I
Mountains, and southward to the equipment and chemicals are only engaged In pest control activities" students the knowledge of the bio- of Insecticides and a general
Caribbean and Panama Canal Zone. part of the task undertaken by Over 500 trainees, Including logy and identification of insects association with poisonous arthro- "
j
The Navy's only other such centerIs the Center's staff. The other temperary active reservists, attend and rodents, what chemicals affect pods and reptiles. ,
highly Important Instrument used the two-week and four-week
located at NAS Alameda, Calif., ,
and provides training and assis- toward fulfilling the mission is courses given here and numerous I
lectures given aboard ships of the
tance to those states on the West

Coast Cdr., Alaska Teller and holds Hawaii.a PhD in = Need "on target" money help?

Entomology from the University of ; Ty Ji i
Maryland. Also, three of the 17
specialists on his staff hold degrees -
rrp
In entomology. They are 4
Lieutenant Edsel M. Fussel, En-
sign Fred J. Santana,and a civilian

scientist, David L. Hayden who
holds a master's degree. Haydenis
the civilian supervisor and has
been with NAS Jacksonville for
..
eleven years.
Although Ensign R.E. Smith Is ,
not an entomologist, he is closely i42L ii
associated with the field as the DihpddY 1" Ar R.eifaVJ w
Center's Medical Service Corps
administrative officer. Throughhis
office the Center receives Its

technical assistance from the
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery;
Its financial support from the a
Bureau of Weapons; its military
control from the Sixth Naval Dis-
trict headquarters; and Its t M
administrative assistance from

NAS Jacksonville.In .
carrying out the research RARE COLLECTION of insects is examined by entomologist Ensign .
portion of its mission, the staff Fred Santana (MSC). Besides being a full time job, cqtching
tests new chemicals both for pests and examining various species is his hobby. (Navy Photo by Marc
and Insects, and tests the many Whetstone, J01)).
and varied dispersing units pre-
sently on the market or under Get a loan from HFCGet

development. Because of this,
the Center has at Its disposal the exact loan for your exact need. Pay bills, buya

practically every type vector con- xy car, take a leave. If you need cash for any good pur
trol machine in use today. The pose, go where
majority of these units are keptat more servicemen rw:., MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
the Center's Field Facility located 24 U 6
go-to HFC. Darmrr pafmb Darmh Oteerr
In the NATTU area. This,
$100 5.93 7.29 10.07 18.48
also, Is where nearly all of the
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
research and testing Is conducted.One Ask about Credit 300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45
such testing project under Life Insurance .500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
the critical eye of the staff at on loans 600 :J.t39 42.66 59.35 109.80

present is a device being appliedto at rates CAarfe, "* comfntliJ at J% .n SAGS pmrt -/
group
helicopters for low-level aerial ttktduUd monthly Manet not m ,4if$300
,,_
; Did illdn.
r 2% "/
spraying of fields and forests. -II
Under contract from the Bureauof

Weapons, the prototype in use HOUSE'INANC.'! !
was conceived and constructed by
Station Overhaul and Repair De- ; 3 '

partment engineers, and Is 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone. : 355-9683 \
believed to be the only one of
its kind In existence today. Its DESIGNERS of the unique helicopter insecticide powder dusting Cedar Hills Shopping Center I
designers, builders and testers are apparatus under testing here are (L to R) C.E. Woodson, and W.E. 3734 Blvd. 1-4581 ." I
Blanding SPring
Weeks both of the Pattern and t II
C.E. Woodson, Jr., and W. V. Layout Shop, O&R, and D.L. Hay. I
Weeks, Jr., of the Pattern and den, director of research and development with Disease Vector 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
Layout Shop ((7274)) of O&R. Hay- Control Center. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOl). Above office open Friday eventngt until P.M.I .



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1- := JAX AIR NEWS A"flu.t 22,1963 1

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I' FIlA Ldki Auxiliary fells o' Meeting

The August meeting of Unit###126, By Mrs. Robert N. Boyd President is Mrs. Rachel Bull- I I Ib
Ladles Auxiliary, Fleet Reserve winkel The 1964 Caucus will be
Association was held Thursday Wilson H. Sandefer; Mrs. Albert held next year in Miami, Florida.
August 8 at the Fleet Reserve tfclm; Mrs. Cal Blansit; Mrs. The National Convention for this
Hall In Yukon. As the Southeast James Murphy; and Mrs. Cronan year will be held In Phoenix.
Regional Caucus had convened the went as an alternate. The refresh- Arizona, September 16 through the + '
same day In Charleston, severalof ment chairman, Mrs. Myrtle 20. The National President Mrs.
our members were not In at- Washallske was assisted in the Ruth E. Stevens has been askedto
tendance. There are five delegates serving of refreshments at the be our proxy.
representing the Unit at the meeting by Mrs. William Wood. There was a "Welcome Back to
Caucus: Mrs. UP. Whitmire:Mrs. The new regional Vice- Jax" get-together Saturday even
ing for three of the old membersand
their husbands two couplesare
visiting In the area and one
TUES. SAT.
has reported back here for duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Blansit are here
-,v IJl.U'G Gt GATEWAY visiting with the Jim Murphys before -
... K t'O' Z/-OI and PAXON
their
going on to new duty
Tuesday and Wednesday also at Highlands station in Pensacola, Fla. Mr. and
Thur, Fri and Sat. also at Sherwood Mrs. Neal Bell just returned from
duty in Hawaii and are visiting

., ... r" .... .................,. relatives here before going on to "-I
_
{ "+ l1VyN'NL their new duty station in Norfolk,
L>: (:": j Va. The Unit welcomed back to Jax -

...... .....!{..........., .?.... ,:= \'....... :"' .: the Cantrell family who have been 'LOST ARTICLES at the Security Department, Bldg. 9, where they
t'.: : ,. ;. ""'::1.. ,' : stationed in Norfolk until their recent have been turned In are displayed by Charles Durand, SN, and(
." :: transfer back to this area Mary T. Walker. They classify them and await the claimee. (Navy
,: : .i .}irs. Annie Cairns and Mrs. Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)).
Elfin Batie have donated the cakes
I --t) L :". /' this month for the ward party at 4

i. ..,............ ... the Jax Naval Hospital Assisting All members of the Armed For- for 101 prizes amounting to $8,500
: t., "" ....,-" '<,. : Mrs. C.A. Ownby, Hospital Chair- ces on active duty, including cadets in the 1963 Freedoms Foundation I
II p f man at the ward party last Monday and midshipmen of the Service Letter Writing Contest. The first
0 oo night were Mrs. Louis LIndsey, academies are eligible to compete prize is $1,000.
$l1k: LOVE 0 Mrs. Arthur Slocumb and Mrs.
ttJti: Mumper. She also had another
:i : /";:;:;;:> ; large bundle of magazines for dis-
fi""Fi: G:\.:'y.,.A';:''>;''''. 149SASY hospital tribution to the patients at the



(',.:f." ,. HOURS: Friday MonJayFriaaylOa.m.to6p.m.Night till 7:30 p.m. VMA-144 lint In LoWte r rI

.. ... ,""'. Saturday till 5:30 p.m. ;
r ",'.:..:Jo. .. .'. .... .... _. Lunch Hour 1 to 2 p.. Continued from page 1

standard. .
::1
ff .. Marine Attack Squadron 144was
4 y .
WA formed as part of the Marine Air : :
Reserve at NAS Jacksonville in
.
1946. Theunltwas activated duringthe .J.
War in Korea, with many of I ,;rFii+
its members being transferred to
r. .. 0:. the Fleet Marine Force for duty.
I Subsequently, the squadron reformed -
with new members and with
e .p' Marines released from active duty.
M VMA-144 remained at NAS Jack-
4\ .' sonville during this period of mo-
: \ .' :<' bilization.
'
t\\L. Today, as in the _past, the
.t I,
'n'"' "Flying Gator's" are keeping
; ;
:. +, ,a II ,: rGrlsir ; ; abreast of the latest developmentsIn
'. flight operations and maint-
ti..t .i enance through monthly training ,
: \ < sessions and maneuvers like the o

...l.1:,.... ,:'.;.:" one in which they are now pre- '}!,!"'

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paring to participate. !!! !\'!!
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a4 AGES: INFANTS TO 12 YEARS B <) 10 || l 12 13 I

t) Hcrcs children all to you our do store! Just on bring the your dales > if 1 IT in i 19 20 2222321252ft has everything!

BRING shown and our specialist in child 27 2
photography will lake several cuto ") all
po cs. You'll get lo see jour churches. school
YOUR lovely finished
pictures in just a

FRIENDS, Your few choice djjs.from beautifully fin r sidewalks streetlights.
r asked pictures (not proofs) 5 x 7's
and wallet size. 1 8cltJ-from studio
o selected pose the "Ideal Family from $10,900 to $12,000
Package"V'
One or two children in each family will be
d photographed singly for only $9c each Groups Follow S a Th>
$1.00 per person Extra Child: 5x7, $1.50. Signs South On Blanding Blvd.BELIAIR .
EXTRA SPECIAL! Finished \\allet-sizc picture,
2li! x y/i, less than Sop each in a group of 4 t, same pose.
CALENDAR GIRL-Janet Leigh. t
fatuous stage and mode persona
W.T.GRANT CO alit; ha been selected to grace "THE
BEST
BUY"
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1 Coast Guard Is Now Accepting



Applications for CG AcademyThe


United States Coast Guard and is interested in a professional quirements may be addressed to
has announced that the next annual carreer as a Coast Guard officeris the Commandant (PTP-2)), United
competitive examination for encouraged to make application. States Coast Guard, Washington I
appointment of cadets to the United Request for information con- 25, D.C. All such Inquires will
States Coast Guard Academy in cerning the examination and the re- be given prompt attention.
New London Connecticut will be
,
held December 7, 1963, In over FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!

nA 2,000 cities in the United States
Se--Moon Mullins
and overseas.Applications are now

being accepted. LCDR. {(USN RET.)
Appointment to the Academy is
obtained through competitive examination .
SHANNON BROTHERS INC.
only; there are no Con- at ,
gressional appointments or State
quotes. The four year currtculm In the big yellow building ((11th & Main)

! at the Academy leads to obtaining
a Bachelor of Science Degree and New Renaults Peugeots Studebakers,
the commission of Ensign in the
United States Coast Guard. PHONE EL 6-3993

The examination is open to any
unmarried, qualified young man,
military or civilian, who will have
. rt rt reached his 17th but not his 22nd THE SHOE NOOK

-, birthday on July 1, 19S4, who
is In good physical condition, and
who is sincerely interested in a 'Jacksonville's Unique Discount Shoe Stores"THE
career as an officer in America's
oldest continuous seagoing service.
It is believed that Department of o
Def:.1Se personnel will know of

TOYSI! TOYS! TOYS! .... James Osburn, Manager of the Navy Exchange persons who would be interestedin y
Toyland and Helen Johnson arrange the NX's big assort this examination, and that they
of for the of Thurs. will inform their friends and t
ment toys In preparation opening Toyland on
day, August 29, at 9:00 a.m. Toyland is located at the corner of relatives of this opportunity to
Biscayne St. and Enterprise Ave., in Bldg. 514. The Exchangeis enter on a highly desirable career.
within
offering "la/away plan" for the in (Navy Any young man coming
toys as past years. the prescribed limits who be-
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). lives he meets age the scholastic,

--- physical, and character standards.
FINEST IN SHOES,FOR MEN WOMEN, & CHILDREN

Blood Donors LARGE. DISCOUNTS

v Brands you know.... Buster Brown Mother Goose
t rrV K iI' *Thirty* )- one f* enlisted persons recently .' D. Wainer, AN; Hershell West, Red Cross. NaturiJizer I, Miller Florsheim.
donated blood to the Naval AA; James W. Willis, AMS1; 3 Convenient locations to serve you
Hospital Blood Donor Center. Christopher B. Woods, ADJ3 4217 BLANDING BLVD. SO. OF CEDAR HILLS OPEN TIL 9
blood from Aircraft and W. Zinc SN.
Donating George 5854 Norwood Ave. 119 Laura St.
Maintenance were: Earnest Q. Donors from the Brig were: N. of Gateway Center
Adams, ADJ2; Bobby R. Arnold, Larry B. DeSilva, AA; Earl F. Open.'Til 9:00: Downtown
AN; Randall L. CarlsonANRogerc. ; Epps, AA; Duane R. Kock FN;
Vr Austin, AK3; Jim L. Clark, Charles H. Risher L/CPL;
AE3; Ralph E. Clayton AK1; Thomas F. Ryals, FR; Jimmy R. ..
Ray.Compton, ADR3; Theadore p.Covalclne Sanders, SA; and PVT MichaelJ.

( ADJ2JamesH.; Dotson,,!, Tlttor.
AMS ;.-\'Paul"M. Doyle, AM$2 $12,000,000
Robert p. Gerber, AN; James
Heinzman, AN; Arthur B. Hill,' SIRLOIN STEAK
PR3; Arthur B. Johnson, AA';;
Arthur R. McAvoy, AN; Michael, Support the Freedoms Founda-
00 A. Meyer, AN; Kenneth. F. Ray, tion. Enter this year's Letter
PR3; John L. Reasoner, ADJ2; Writing contest today. "What CanI
Arthur S. Vetimiglia, AN; Lewis, Do For Freedom?" is the theme.

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of bills, years
for 011 ills
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sirloin steaks. However about sirloin '
see me.. I'm the T top quality ,
HOI JAR DOCTOHRIVERSIDE 1953 we perfected a special way of pre steak
paring choice sirloin steaks. Since then, featured; :
we've served over $12,000,000 worth

over 10,000,000 generously propor. everyday
.,, tioned sirloin steaks each a juicy tender $1.25
rl+f1'c fU. w
y.w delight. Enjoy one today!
BANK
W'7541 &I920.M Fret fi L AWVUEPmoison1\ T: !'
1234 KING STREET.. Mast for their
-- ---" '- TWO "THUNDERBOLTS" are cited at Meritorius
instant interest! outstanding performance of duty and their professional attitudeas d t:
Plane Captains on the VA-176 A-1H Skyraider. J. D. Lewis, j
34% quarterly AN and C. A. Webster, AN are presented with a "Special Liberty iI I
Chit"by squadron skipper, Cdr. H. P. Maulden while division
I lOtli.\'.\uKiH IYOSIMnationh G.nlU'i+ '>('. In('. officer Lt. (j g) D. 'A. MacKenzie looks on. (Navy Photo by Ron Roosevelt> Mall 6outhgate Plaza 4128 W. Monore St.

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Chief HonoredFor


United's military Neat YardNavy



y standby fare lets fly Senior:Chief Gunner's Mate
you William LMcLavlsh,leading chiefof
the Jacksonville Shore Patrol,
doesn't let the fact that he's a sail-

at half the jet Coach fare. on land.McLavish or drown out and his his proficiency wife ftuth on,

who live at 7526 Knoll Drive Roll-
a Ing Hills Jacksonville recentlywon
a top prize In a landscape
Improvement contest held In their
housing development.They .
received the prize, 200
pounds of lawn fertilizer, on the
neatness of their yard,lawn,hedge
New One-Class jets and rock garden.A .
local women's club did the
judging.The .
McLavishs and their 12
year old son William Michael have
r been In Jacksonville for two years
and bought their home a year anda
half ago.USAFI.
UNrrrO

Revises Biology

Course for Servicemen

.. Washington (AFPS) USAFI has
announced the availiability of a
revised course In college biology.
College Biology 11, a continu-
ation of course C 503, explores -
First Class Caravelle/
Jets the understanding of plants

(except on "Executive"Regular flights' ) cesses and animals of ;evolution elementary; variation pro,

UN TF species and speciation; adapt-
ation, the life of populations and
communities and ecological and
historical biogeography.


MoviesMovies


will be shown regularlyat
s 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat
.. 1- urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
Saturday; and Sunday at the Main-
side and NATTU Theaters and at
7 p.m. only on Sunday at the
Hospital Theater. These times are
subject to change.

jet Coach Thursday, August 22

o. (or first Class if Coach ii full) Malnslde A Summer Place
NATTUnlt The Young Phila-
delphians
UNi rFa Hospital- Experiment In Terror

Friday, August 23

Mainside Homicidal
NATTUnlt A Summer Place
Hospital The Young Philadelphians -


Saturday, August 24

Mainside Day of TerlffidsNATTUnlt
Homidical
Hospital A Summer Place

This fare applies on all United propeller If you're on permanent change of station Sunday, August 25

flights, too. Just come to the United ticket orders, you'll also enjoy a 66-pound free Mainside Breakfast At Tiffany's
NATTUnlt Day of Terlffids
counter or your base airlines ticket office baggage allowance. This extension of mili- Hospital Homicidal

(JAMTO) in uniform and with a copy of tary standby fares is another step in Monday, August 26

your leave authorization or discharge paUnited's program to increase travel bene- Mainside Wall of Noise
pers (within sevon days after discharge). fits for military personnel. NATTUnit BreakfastAtTiffany'sHospital
Day of Teriffids

THE.EXTRA CAHe AllURE UNITEDChoose Tuesday, August 27

Mainside Harbor Lights
IIIIII''f
United on your next /have or furlough NATWnit Wall of Noise
Hospital Breakfast At Tiffany's

- Wednesday, August 28
Malnslde The Yellow Bird
V
NATTUnlt Harbor Lights
Hospital Wall of NoisePage


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l that if any promises are made, Corps 1
/ that the right promise for the right the 1800's little consideration was School, a department of the U. S.

Li I ) IIi 1 type is made. As a rule pointedout given to the problem ofdentalcarefor Naval Medical School In Washington

the doctor, the independent the Navyman. If dental work D. C. The school provided

individual prefers tobe"promised was necessary the ships surgeonwas postgraduate training for dental

that he will get something", while sufficiently qualified to handleIt. officers and trained enlisted per-

the dependent person will rely on If he wasn't he would learn sonnel of the hospital corpsman

I KEPT TELLING HER SHE WAS being "helped to get something". while practicing on a poor unfort- rating to serve as dental assis

USING TO MUCH HAIR SPRAytt! In summarizing his address,Dr. unate sailor.It tants.

Goodwin said that regardless of was not until 1845 that the Today there are over 1,700 den-

who the customer is, thesalesman first advocate of Military Dentis- tal officers assisted by 3,000 den-

should always use this three step try appeared In the person of Dr. tal technicians and backed up by

PAY// magic formula and "paint him Edward Maynard a practicing den almost 5,000 Inactive officers of

PUZZLE (the customer) in the middle of the tist of Washington D. C. As time the Naval Reserve.FLORIDA'S .

picture and make ita good

The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the fax All News, Is offeringa picture."
15.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to this weeks cross. A native of Thomasville Ga.,
word puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200 each Saturday following pub Dr. Goodwin received doctorate .
lication. The winner will be announced in next week's issue of tbe lax Air
News. Entries must be sent to tbet Holt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde degree inSales and Marketing from Can afford
Drive, Jacksonville 8, FloridaCROSSWORD the University of Pennsylvania. He you

spent three years with the Navy

PUZZLEACROSS during World War 11 and Is a $150 day ?

graduate of Vanderbilt University. ".. per
l.r: te.uherInlt. t I S S T RAW B E T University pro- ,w .t
1,Cuhlcated( /lrH nlz&I Unit A R A P R A T E O[V JA fessor has had over 90 sales ---.
then
and live in
land (( .) MEDLEY TARTAR articles appear in trade publica come
.".1'HlllUMlnnr Longed for
l 11"1\1( :!u.CtulllthICB DEW C ARE T tions. Among the many organi- the Sunshine at
11>lilelnirheM 2.mrl'fI! nall\o F R E D W R P L A T 1 '
zations of which he is member
)JS-Conjniu 21: -Caudal E A R T G E E S E a ,
14Ol.Uon16Mmlm., appendages A g C. A N P A L I N are Included the National Market- MACKLEBUILTDeltona
| IWl :2!ti.rUIIKtic11'1111I'11111I -
l Mil>stance' M.L [ D A D D Ing Association and the Jacksonville '
17.1'Igpen :JS-Mefore! c T E P V W A P E S Executive Sales Associ- ''{ ., _
]UCOIIl'lIlI\ccl ::11.'I'rl't'fIIf I A R R 0 W A L P
::O.ntll'I'l) lilnh f.iniilx A N I A : P L E A S E ation.
::'I I"Iic't=" \ :S.Afilcuiiground: i
::3: ,)lsquality: O NE C A N O E L E A The next A FMA meeting Is sche- GOLDEN
I R A L I E N L T duled to be held
: 4-(lul) -Ifl.u squirrel I Thursday,September -
bird :::I.I."SI'l"nK Antw Previous 19. TRIANGLE /\ Puiil
:2!: -:5horc birds. ".4-l'art of pl.mlestuary to
:!:7-lprllal'llC'l) :Brazilian:: 41-ltfUloptd) s H-: Hindu Yes with down
paymentof
a
lien :
21: in 4.-lleralilr\: elmbulntoinlet 'V \
Jraft'cl: (I-!' Mountainpiodiut of only $210.00 and month. ..
31-Append\ 37-YounB )hoy 4.III1kl'r's:; (nhl.r) BEACH / \ ly payments of only $43.11 '
31-Milps: of :II.Box! :-Note=" of M'alc/ Mackle-
leather.I'Knlrcatv t / \ you can own your
: : : ADELTONA Built and Mackle-Bonded
36: .(lutdn's; 1I1I.h; r I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ; ': home in excitingly brand
note >N': new Deltona Florida.
3x toTotalIIUHHII!I'Ia'es I: ; 9 10 II 12 This means first and last
cA1. a home built with the skill
13:\1- 1'1'llkl'll 13 14 15 ''M 16 ORLANDO CANAvERAI and experience of Florida's
14-Niilf: \ of Male
..:i.WI"",,. 17 180'; 19 X<. 20 COCOA Macklc Brothers, Southern
J'l'arcnt"iOMorp t Builders for over 54 years.

(('(.IIIKI.) 21 22 r:<< 23 OOQ 24 iMM D.rlo.re.acs.liU.OI..a..PM.,14 Mi Call CliUMril, M MiFLORIDA, Here in Deltona you can
4)i.JIII") IC rs"O" enjoy every convenienceand
\'alI.1i.f'OClk \
:;:! *lou I ly 25 26 27 28 recreational pleasure.You .
:;::1.Yen'I' will live in the beautiful rolling Orange Blossom
29 30 Country in Florida's Golden Triangle in an area of
@
DOWN : progress.

J-l'iilrtfj 31 32 v 33 34 Get the facts now let us prove how easy it is to put
9-=Near" Deltona in your future. Deltona is the only Florida
3.mhl"I'lillI]> 35 r 36 37 38 3 development featuring new Mackle-Built homes.
'
title t>c'>> WESTSIDE Dcltona Mackle-I3uilt Homes range in price from
4-HodcnlH
5-Solar. $43.11 monthly.
44 t>6 .45 46 47 Florida
1957
Greeting!; RQQ DELTONA1OAIESTES are now at ,

8-GoiH In 41 49 50 51 Land Prices. 10,000 sq. ft. homesites are $1095

!9-Sprint : I including central water main to every homesite.As .
10-Jumps( jj2 53 rM SERVING
''i
11-strict RS ( rXX> r SOUTHWEST low as $15 per month (includes guaranteedlow

12-i8cr\]. : Dutr. by United Feature Syndicate Inc. COUNTY simple interest rate of 5% per annum).
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'

"\ was A soldier lectured who by had his lost captain his rifle and Daddy Roller didn't skate see upon it the there stair; Bluejackets Inn I CPO CIub.:: I I Acey D CYl

told he would have to pay for it Sailing through the air went he,
"Sir," said the soldier, Visiting hours.....one to three. F. Doin's NotesThursday Club I
"
"suppose I lost a tank? G. Kernan
"You would have to pay for

that"Ifcck too,","said muttered the Captain.the soldier. "It Is always wise to keep your Thursday, August 22 August 22 Thursday, August 22
words soft and sweet, because you Happy Hour Country Drifters 8:30 p.m.11:30
"Now I know why a captain goes Dance contest & Dance featuringCarl
know when will have
never to
down with his ship" them." you Boyd and the Rhythm Kings p.m.
eat 8:00 p.m. 12:00: a.m. Friday, August 23 ,
Friday, August
1 ES Friday, August 23 Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" 2j
;BlGCRIEF tI CU.( Mark Castle 8:30
I BHUTTO Dance featuring Phil Cay and the p.m. -12:30 a.m.
I Chantels 9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.
Saturday, August 24
Two
Locations To Serve You: 24
Saturday, August
I 5444 Normandy Boulevard EV 9.0388 Saturday, August 24 Dance to Cappy's Combo
Night Shades 8:30p.m.11:30 p.m. '.
6.482
2809 Moxporf Rood Ctf
Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the

BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ Rhythm Kings 9:00 p.m1:00 Sunday, August 25 '. /!... Sunday, August 25 ,
a.m. *'
PARMAN/ Dance to Mach Four S,'\
On Brakes
Tires 'Batteries/ Shocks
(Ref C.P.OJ, Mark Castle Featuring Linda Atter
Front End *Engine 6 Transmission/ Work Sunday, August 25
8:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
March Wilson and the Red Coats Monday, August 26

INVOKE IN 8:00 p.m. 12:00: a.m. Pizza Night Monday, August 26

NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY Monday, August 26 Open
Dining and DancingTuesday Tuesday, August 27

August 27 Happy Hour Tuesday, August 27
Game Night 8:00 p.m.
: Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
.Serving.IAscEcILFIELDand Wednesday, August 28
t
,
,- Wednesday, August 28 Western Night music by Country Wednesday,,August 28
( Game Night 8:00 p.m. Drifters Movie Basketball Highlights
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they '* *

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MITI FROM IIDA'S" t. j> Thursday, August 22

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LIlIGEST'\ .\\, Chuck Indoor Phillips Pool By Frank Red Cross Layne USO Variety Show at "Kings Hall"
8:00 p.m.

MOBILE llOM14 t \ Friday, August 23

Whatz DoinHealthwise..Woman- be a complete continued programset Dog Days Dance Informal 8:00
DEALER 3 1 1"We wise? up in the near future for reducing p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Quite a bit, actually, as we are and building. the body.A .
Trade Anything" from Blllygoats to Bottlishlp happy to announce that the NAS program of this nature would Saturday, August 24
Indoor pool plans to open its Health consist of various exercises, howto Birthday Party 8:00 p.m.11:00
Room facilities Including the handle properly small weights, p.m.
('VjrvW steam room, to the members of and relaxation periods in the steam
the gentle sex. room. Sunday, August 25

A Starting Tuesday, August 27,the If you are a retired or active Vespers & Refreshments
.. Health Room in Bldg. 614 will be dependent wife, a dependent
rt .a. open to women only from 9 a.m. daughter or Wave, you are eligibleto Monday, August 26
until 11 a.m. If enough women visit the room during these hours Training Course for new Jr.
venture to the Health Room next and participate in the health pro- Volunteers 7-8:00 p.m.
week and show an interest in workIng gram.
with the facilities, there willJIM For any additional information Tuesday, August 27
call either Chuck Phillips or W.T. Color TV NightWednesday
Miller at the Indoor Pool, Ext.


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A/ PHONE '__ _f ACCOMPLISHMENT AWARDS. Cdr. Quentin R. Whitmore, NAS
r Assistant O&R Officer presents Newell W. O'Brien, Helper Aircraft -
Mechanic (Motor) and Benjamin W. Thompson, Leadingman
mETLE t ::::; : i : Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) with award checks. Thompson was pre.
; :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: sented with a check for new system of parts control in shop 6122,
where kits are set up on a conveyor for each engine, saving 2Ji
OPEN DAILY 9:30 TO 9:00 : 'J hours per engine. O'Brien's award was for the competent and precise
manner- in which he processes component assemblies and
EXCEPT WED. TIL 8. CLOSED SUNDAY test equipment for the T.58 engines. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardnerrr
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: r i 16 Weaves Are Attending Rhymes of Ihe Times |


JjFE ISALWAYS

r 7Leaderib CIa,_ MORE FULL '
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d.. t ,x as OF FUN
Sixteen
Waves from the Naval Communism.This .
Air Station, the Naval Air Tech- WHEN
Is the first class for Waves 50ME
nical Training Unit and the Naval that will hold day long sessions; f IINGtSACCQMPuSHEp

Hospital are attending a two-week previously, Waves have only attended AND .I
ri RW 1r leadership training course which half-day periods. 50METHINC5PONE.
started Monday, August 19. Grad- C.W. Sarama, ENC and T.P. .
uation Is expected to be held Fri-. Kemp, MMC are the instructorsfor
day, August 30. the course.
The course, which Is conducted -

by the Technical Training Unit, i yTItedIeiPCiechei
Is designed to train personnelwith
outstanding potential for development -

of leadership ability ( g Pancake
In the principles of supervision, QnAainal
leadership and job improvement.The .
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-w' course will also cover other
areas helpful to the potential leader Quae
ULTRASONIC CLEANING Roy E. Jones (L) andW. T. TateR such as Naval history,American
( ) of the Overhaul and Repair Department demonstrate the clean- government, public speaking and
ing process of a transistor. The transistor is lowered into a "HENNY PENNY" CHICKEN DINNER
6 Polaris Subs
transducer which converts electrical energy provided by a gen., 4 pieces Chicken, French Fries

erator into high fre quency sound waves. These sound waves Planned For 64 Cole Slow Hot Roll............?.......J.25
cause myriad collapsing and reforming of submicroscopic bub- Washington (AFPS) The last
bles which represent true agitation of the cleaning solution. Crevices six Polaris submarines planned for
blind holes, screw threads are freed of soil in a relativelyshort the Fiscal Year 1964 program have PARTY BOX

time. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). been contracted for by the Navy. 16 pieces of Chicken,
The submarines to be con- '
4 Hot
structed under these contracts are Rolls
. Improved versions of Lafayetteclass SHRIMP 1 Pint
Up The Ladder fleet ballistic missile sub- Cole Slaw
marines. They are designed to DINNER
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fire the Navy's 2,500-mile
range
With Civilian &nploys Polaris A-3 missiles from either 8 Butterfly Shrimp
surface or submerged positions.The French Fries, Cole Slaw.
additional six Polaris sub- ..........................1.25
NAS
Forty-six Jacksonville employees Equipment InstaUerClydeH.Horn;
have been promoted In accordance "Electronics Mechanic to. rrist'ru- marines will bring the total pro-
Phone
with the station's Merit ment Mechanic (Electronics);Paul gramed to 4L

Promotion Program. S. Hutchins, Electronic Engineer, PICNIC SPECIAL 389-2841
Promoted at the Supply Department GSto Electronic Engineer ment Mechanic (Electronics);
: John F. Anders, Stock Con- (General, GS--9; Maurice J. Rolando Triozze, Electronics Me- 24 Pieces of Chicken
trol Clerk, GS-3 to same, GS-4; Kapperman, Electronics Mechanicto chanic to Instrument Mechanic 1 Pint Cole Slaw ROOSEVELT

Those promoted In the Over- Instrument Mechanic (Elec- (Electronics); Joseph D. Van .............................. 5.00 ,
haul and Repair, I Department tronics); William A. Kirkland, Vactor, Aircraft Cleaner to Air- MALL
: Jerald T. Akers, Elec- Electronics Mechanic to Instru- craft Electrical Equipment In-
tronics Mechanic to Instrument ment Mechanic(Electronics);Ray staller.
Mechanic (Electronics){ Theodore mond F. Kuzia,Apprentice(Metal-
W. Bacmelster, Electronics Me- smith (Aviation)) to Electronics
chanic to Instrument Mechanic Mechanic; James C. Kwaak, Air- JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN
(Electronics); Elmo M. Baker, craft Cleaner to Aircraft Elec-
BRAND NEW 1963 FIAT
Metalsmith (Aviation) to Super- trical Equipment Installer;
visory Production Controller(Air Charles J. Lankford, Electronics
craft), GS-9; Archie Boatwright, Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic
Electronics Mechanic to Instrument (Electronics); Harold L. Long, LJL
Mechanic (Electronics); Electronics Mechanic to Instru- $
Carleton W. Bushman, Electronics ment Mechanic (Electronics); 7-II:
Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic Grorge H. Mangum, Electronics
(Electronics); Charles H. Carse, Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic
Ilectronlcs Mechanic to Instrument (Electronics); Henry R. Martin,
Mechanic (Electronics); FredrickE. Electronics Mechanic to Instru- __
Collins, Electronics Mechanicto ment Mechanic (Electronics);Wil-
Instrument Mechanic (Electronics liam H. Martin, Electronics
); Lewis E. Cox, Elec- Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic Delivered in Joi After Only $99 Down

tronics Mechanic to Instrument (Electronics); Clyde McIntyre,
Mechanic (Electronics); Nell H. Electronics Mechanic to Instru- LESS PAYMENTS
Dietz, Electronics Mechanic to Instrument ment Mechanic (Electronics); 45-50 MILES PER LESS PRICE
Mechanic (Electronics); Howard S. Millsaps, Industrial En- GALLON OF GAS THAN A
Morris E. Dinkins, Electronics gineer, GS-11 to Supervisory Industrial i USED CAR
Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic Engineer, GS-13; ThomasC.
(Electronics); Milton H. EddingsJr. Moore, Electronics Mechanicto
., Aircraft Mechanic (General) Instrument Mechanic (Elec-
to Supervisory Production Con- tronics); Stewart L. Mowery,Elec-
troller (Aircraft), GS-9 GeorgeF. tronics Mechanic to Instrument f
Feener, Electronics Mechanicto Mechanic (Electronics); WilliamM.
Instrument Mechanic (Elec- Nichols, Aircraft Cleaner to
tronics); Jim C. Gales, Electronics Aircraft Ilectrical Equipment Installer -
Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic ; Harold a Russey, Elec-
(Electronics); Glenn W. Gardner, tronics Mechanic to Instrument HATER
Electronics Mechanic to Instru- Mechanic (Electronics); John F. F'ulSie Family .ticIUII IXTR"$49D2

ment Mechanic (Electronics): Schaffer. Electronics Mechanic to
James F. Gibbs, Electronics Me- instrument Mechanic (Electronics -
chanic to Instrument Mechanic ); Ralph C. Sigers, Electronics N FREE $ A WK.
(Electronics); Hugh Gordon, Elec- Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic Our 6 itpl.f Ann
tronics Mechanic to Instrument (Electronics); Jerome SternbergJr. ,;.', \ rmt.t On.
Mechanic (Electronics); WilliamD. ., Electronics Mechanic to Instrument ALL THESE EXTRAS t

Green, Electronics Mechanicto Mechanic (Electronics); I. WMewill Tirct 5. Wm4l...rU Wjthrrt. 9. DiFCcM.njI, Sifi,l*
Instrument Mechanic (Elec- Elmer E. Strickland, Electronics 2. Fl Mechanic Instrument Mechanic J. lcd.rrr. I.cket SUfi 7 Courtrty Lic'' 6 Mar* L.ch' : ...
tronics); Robert F. Griffin, Elec- to 12 4 Sprrd TumixmiI ;
.
4. Padded Dash I titbit U"4rr Hw4 fr Trunk ). Ira lilctim IvbiiPLUSMcCLELLAN'S ,..
tronics Mechanic to Instrument (Electronics); Raymond L. Styer,
Mechanic (Electronics); FrancesW. Electronics Mechanic to Instru- LIFETIME WARRANTY-FULL PARTS AND LABOR

Harrison, Electronics Mechanic ment Mechanic (Electronics);
to Instrument Mechanic Michael Tkac, Electronics Mechanic HENRY A. McCLELLAN
(Electronics; ); Desmond V. to Instrument Mechanic
Hatcher (Electronics); Johnny P. Todd, Jacksonville's Leading Imparted Car Dealer
Helper(Aircraft Mecnanic 900 MAIN OPIM. SUNDAY Ph. EL 59041August
(Motor)) to Aircraft Electrical Electronics Mechanic to Instru-




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Night life In New Orleans' were made for a gala eveningof Grothjohn, programs; Mrs. J.T. I
French Quarter on Bourbon games, dining and dancing. Christian, Bunny Girls; Mrs. R.G.
ei Street..a street of music, fun and Assisting Mrs. Stoopack, together Nanney, posters; Mrs. E.M. Smith I
laughter. Here one can find the Old with their committee tasks, and Mrs. Q.R. Whitmore, tickets.
a Absinthe House, The Key Club are: Mrs. C.B. Newton, cochairman The committee is seeking talent !
(with real live Bunny Girls), din- decorations; Mrs. E.F. for the evening's entertainment and I
ner at Antolne's. Pat O'Brien's and Hilderbrant and
games equipment; Is asking any persons interested :
coffee at the Old French Market.All Mrs. S.L. Corner, food; Mrs.J.W. In participating to please contact I
'4 this and more will be cap Vaughn, treasurer; Mrs. C.L. Mrs. Stoopack. Ext 8172 or ;
r ,r tured on the night of November Dickerson, banker; Mrs. H.C. Mrs. R.R. Goldner, EV 8-1696. i i
Mw tt 23 at the NAS Officers' Club as j
the Officers' Wives Club presentsits jI I
Fall charity affalr..New Or- dial EV 87676
leans..today.
Getting an early start, the com- MILITARY
mittee chairman, Mrs. J.C. Stoo-
pack, officiated at the first meet-
4 Ing August 13 at which time plans
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King Hall Scene


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Of usa VarietiesThe 6463 Roosevelt BlTi-Netr NAE-Jic GEG eaeyfe E"


ALOHAS Lt. Walter G. Cronise of Operations (L) hosts as Mas. Jacksonville USO Club will
ters of Cermonies while Cdr. Earle Bennett (seated) ComFairJax present a variety show this evening
and t.t. Joe A. Dressier (standing) of VP.16 entertain by playing at 8 p.m. In NATTU's King
ukeles for the Hawaiian luau held at the "0" Club Friday even- Hall, Bldg. 500.
ing for the newly arrived HAS officers and for those who are leav- The cast will be comprised of
ing for their new duty stations.Navy( Photo by V.L. Rogers, PH3)) USO Junior Volunteers, servicemen -
and local civilian volunteers.
Highlights of the show will be
Officers Extended AlohasAt music by Nick Elkins and the Ridge
Runners who have appeared locallyin
the Jacksonville and Jacksonville -

'0' Club Hawaiian LuauThatched Bobby Beaches Elwood area.of Fighter Squadron -

62, NAS Cecil Field, will 1
perform a comedy skit and portray
huts, shrimp nets, newly arrivals: Capt. and Mrs. "Jimmy" which he has recordedfor
tropical fruit, swaying palms, John H.McEachren;Capt. and Mrs. release In December.The .
grass skirts and an authentic Richard D. Naumen; Cdr. and Mrs. two main themes of the pro
Hawaiian luau set the scene last George S. Pope; Lt. Cdr. andMrs. gram have been selected from the
Friday evening at the, NAS Of- John H. O'Connell, Jr.; Lt. Cdr. musical South Pacific and a French
ficers' Club as new arrivals and and Mrs. Walter B. Feagins; Lt. cabaret.
those officer personnel being and Mrs. Jack W. Baldwin; Lt. Director of the show Is Ray NOW OPEN !
transferred were extended fond and Mrs. G.D. Bennett; Lt. and Foland.
Alohas. Mrs. J.F. Manley; Lt. and Mrs.
About 150 officers and their James P. Riviere; and Lt. MorrisL.
wives participated In the even- Hicks.
Ings festivities sponsored by the Those guests scheduled to depart -
NAS Officers' Wives Club. Eachof NAS included: Cdr. and Mrs. Father Let's buy junior a bi-
the honored guests received a J.L. Delany; Lt. Cdr. and Mrs. cycle." The Tastiest Barbecue Sandwich
colorful Hawaiian lei presented by Richard C. Fenner; Lt. Cdr. and Mother: "Why? Do you thinkit YOU'VE EVER EATEN!
Captain and Mrs. James R. Compton Mrs. Howard E. Waters; and Lt. would Improve his behavior?" ,
NAS Commanding Officer. and Mrs. Albert J. Leimer. Father: "No, but it'll spreadhis I 6479 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD!
The evening was highlighted bya Mrs. R.H. Fagan and Mrs. W.L. behavior over a wider area
nine act skit entitled Hawaii Parks were co-chairmen for the in the neighborhood." One Block North Of |(he Main Gate
Nei, meaning all of Hawaii, which affair.
was presented under the directionof
Mrs. Earle Bennett. Master of
Ceremonies was Lieutenant WalterG. Gen.LeM.y AIR BASE
Cronise.
Honored guests included them To h On WJXT I rriwiw-

New and Used Cars
Prof ran
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..........:- All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
Staff General
Air Force Chief of
Curtis E. LeMay will be inter-
viewed on the CBS-TV program, Before buy used
"Portrait" Friday, August 23 at you any new or car --

1O.30 p.m. on WJXT Television 4

in General Jacksonville.LeMay will be inter- SEE US FIRST !II I !
viewed In his home at Fort Myer,

Virginia.

G More than 100 car inventory to choose from


THOUGHT Thinking begins when Financing arranged for you .lr
guessing leaves off, and oodles of C/l
:!!l.f{ ?! liiiiiffir'! i folks don't have the least Idea which g
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I what sets the sail against the gale,
'1ti.: tt GlAD 1"0 1Z15J.. and It alone keeps like from getting
BUT X: DON'T F&L MUCH you down. Dr. Galen Starr Ross, 6435 Roosevelt Boulevard Jacksonville 10 Florida
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Ads should b. JII.\I.d to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive
Jacksonville 8. Florida to arrlvo not loser than. Tuesday for publication ,
and sportsmen without the following Thursday. Adsarrlvlnq too lot, for this deadline ,
need will be published the following we.k unless the publisher I Is In* I
L .... ..-' don't necessarily strutted otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the. 1
and destitute, ad must be received WITH'th. copy for the od.. DO NOT SEND CASH.
4 and rocking chairs for I
The NAS Special
Room have the RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
may
r It's equipment that Is Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35 J
t'M.f18 -

I, seasons approach-
avid sportsmen will be JEAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING ORTEGA RIVERFRONT 5200

catalogues, window Venetia, Orange Park, Wesconnett Ortega Forest Dr. Sell, or lease.
hopefully scanning the Ballet Tap, Jazz, Hula.EV 4-3055 with option to buy. 3 BR, 2 B,
for various and SP 15464. paneled den, large lot with boat
of equipment that slip. Manossa Realty. 7715600.
price ranges.Any HERSCHELL 3859, 4 rms & bath
Improve chances of & BUNGALOW at 3629 Walsh Street
private porch yard, garage,
t r or animal will like electricity $70.00 EV 71950. for rent, Clean, attractively
1 t s t tt A 1 r lllr tl However, some furnished, one bedroom twin beds,

BIRD SEASON IS JUST AROUND THE area Uttle"steep" FOR SALE -Cabin Cruiser,251/2' Adults only $100.00 per month.
watches J.E.. Harris check the bolt on his than buy them second 115 H.P. gray Marine. Galley,
displaying a few pieces of equipment that can will restrain himself head, dinette. Est. 8612 or REAL ESTATE SALES&SERVICE
the Special Services Gear Room, where they ( things to "shoe the SP 10829.
to speak. Or, he will Buying? Selling? Sincere Counsel-
by Marc Whetstone, J01)).
another way to spend WILL PAY 4.00 weekly for ride ing without obligaiton. 35 years of
r money. from 7-3:30 courteous service to satisfied
Arlington or car pool
your situation, It might A/C car.' Johnson Ext. 341. clients. Also your "Broker" for
EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS NAS Special Services RA 45487. VA-FHA acquired properties.
can solve the problem.. $100.00 down. Call us any time.

to you in most cases. FORD 49 V-8 Runs good, Clean. Nights call SP 12276. RICHARDD.
"Thirteen stocked with a large $195. Ext. 708 after 1600 BARKER,REALTOR,2724 Park
entries for things In the way of EV 80432. Aston. St. EV 8-269L:

Now renting 2Yi} ,Bedrooms ball for the-? shotguns,
Conveniently located to to the Athletic ; even garden gadgets. FURN APT .-' Lake Shore, small, Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon?
listed items are avail- clean, all utilities furn $50 Considering a govt. civil service
Caffrey, : ; a
Downtown and NAS. "About seven out softball gloves, mo. EV 94275. position? For information call
FURNISH.....;$70.00 expected to J ks, etc.; footballs; 398-6786 or 771-6187 after 5 p.m.

FURNISH ED..$55.00 All units that nets; squash balls FOR SALE 50', 3 BR Trailer.
an entry.at this ; tennis' balls and rack- $1500.00 Full price.Justiss Trail Experienced VARITYPIST needed
that the deadline ; ; jarts (throwing er Park. Behind Yukon Post Of- Immediately. Office location on
ember L ); ; badminton fice. 3883095. Southslde near Expressway. Phone
Cleo Davis
Units ; ; fresh and salt 359-2008-9 for Interview.
VA-15, FAETU Center"r and 'reels; Water skis Normandy Church of the Nazarene
REALTORS-INSURORS Barracks, ; deep sea rods and 7020 Ramona Blvd. Sunday School: HOMES 1 and 2 baths, 3 bdrms,
588 S. EDGR WOOD. ications, VA-45 ; bags; tents 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Worship: 11:00 convt. to NAS and CECIL. Many
EV 4-6444 NAT1U, AF679 : ( ); coleman stoves a.a. NYPS: 6:30: p.m. Evangel- have kitchens equipped and fences.
( threeburners);cole- fstic Service: .7:30 p.m. Wed. Only $100 down, fast occupancy.
;f tennis or gym shoes; Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p.m. Rev. Hurry! Call now 355-263L Any

OM* NfehMy S P.... to 12 MMiilfl and face masks.. }.D.",. Havener, Pastor, EV 7-113L time. Service Realty, Broker.
U i M nvw te MWIIItItt : Special Services'' I -
wvwy NOW '0 j :'. _
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HOtlDA final preparation
Naval District

by taking on Cecil ; "V ... r")1
GET A double header begin- ... '"" I.
tonight and again '''I<' I

MISSILE AGE tomorrow night
( be a double header

not named at press a
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team will make 1
NEW CARS
to Charleston, S.C.
Lowest Prices Sixth Naval District
Highest Trade-in Allowance that will be held Aug- Y

3 .Easy Terms The Nicesest
C the trip are:
Red Mills ,
USED CARS Joe Counts, Sandy
Dwiggins and Eddie
OKayed Used Cars at Two Big ; NATTU,Harry Shelly, ;
;; 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 W.R. Meller; from 1 v St z tw '
J Full One-Year Guaranteed Barrett, Charles a :z ; 4 4b

,, On Every Car Sold Lewis, Don Ondo, + m
and Charlie
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@J GORDON to nter the Free- A FOREHAND VOLLEY is demonstrated by Leon Wilson, VA-15,
Letter Writing who has |just returned from thelnterservice Tennis Championshipsat

Sent your entries Chanute AFB, III. Wilson won the South Atlantic Regionalsand
"Jacksonville's Foundation, Valley the AILNovy senior singles championships before advancing

Forge, Pa. to Chanute AFB. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)).



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ComFoirJax Hosts Golf Tournament t

w All units of Fleet Air,Jackson- 18 holes of play will determine :
1 M ville and Fleet Air Detachmentsare the teams' standing. ;, :1 I

invited' participate in the Rules will be USGA with certain: I
ComFairJax Golf Tournament local modifications, which will be"

scheduled at the NAS Jax course explained at a team captain's meet- I
August 2729. :
The tournament will be a medal ing.Awards will be made to thewin- !

play affair with a four man team ning team, the runner-up and the I
and an alternate playing 36 holes low-net scorer for the 36 holes of'

each. The low four scores for eachre.rr play. .I.\ I


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t? PEOPLE DON'T BURY
j' MONEY ANYMORE- Q :

JUNIOR GOLFERS A large field of Junior medalists I participated In the Junior Golf Tournamentheld THEY DEPOSIT IT WITH I!

at the NAS Golf Course last Thursdayand Friday, August 1516. The players are flanked by
Chief Warrant Officer F.B. Miller, the tournament chairman and Joe MacDonald, the club Pro.Novy ( Jax Navy Federal

Photo). Credit Union

NATTU Honor GraduatesThree

Golf NewsJunior 4.8 0dividend
Navymen carried off top AO-A School's J.G. Robbins,
Golf TournamentJeff honors in the Naval Air Technical AOAN, was next with an 18 week "' I
Training Unit's schools for the average of 87.48, followed closely
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Henderson, Bill Buffingtonand graduating classes of Friday,August by AE-B School's C.W. Beckett, r
John MacDonald were the respective 16. AE2, at 87.44.
winners of a tri-divtsion compiled The honor of each class
Highest aver age was by graduate v 4'- V.LEVER'S .
Jr. Golf Tournament held at the the honor graduate from AE-A is the man who completes the

NAS Jax Golf Course August 15- School, R.L. Posey, AEAN, who course with highest overall
16. graduated with an average of 90.22. scholastic average.
Henderson won the 14 yr. and .

over class with rounds .of 72 and .

75. David a 78-77- Stutz talley.In came. in secondwith SECONDS HOME RUN SWEEPSTAKES

the 10-13 yr. division, Buf-
fington shot 91 and 92 to win,
while Steve Grimes stroked a 97- plus$500 -
97 second place.
The 9 yr. and under flight was MUyjfl4ME cash!
won by John McDonald who shot
61 and 60 cn two 9 hole rounds.
Berke Parmallee came In second

with a 61-63.
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Rain SheltersIn whcPCVCP you are ;
from and
response to Captain JamesR. wlfe
Compton's appeal that each activity ingyour -p ? '
aboard NAS Jax to pro- t
try '( c?
Ivde funds 'to erect rain sheltersfor 18 :

the golf course, the following
activities shelter have contributed $219 CHANCES to winc ,

per :
; % ; TSAYEL a ahi
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NAS Hospital $657 for three I
shelters; NATTU $438 for two y# v FIRST

shelter$219; and for one AF679 shelter.Radar Squadron $500 savings bonds t. ; CLASS

Interested In
Any activity
sponsoring a shelter from their * * * ,* *
recreation funds (or from other .
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sources) contact Lt. Cdr. R.W. CONTESTS GUESS
Mansfield at Ext. 593.Ladies the Home Runs hit by

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you are a woman GolfIf and interested Two fun contest*-o double header {{t.iJBlr4tSeptem b 30th by' any

in forming a Wdmens -the fun of guessing the home runs .h '
Golf Association, please contact these famous sluggers will hit. these ..6the +\
Mrs. "Gussie" Gushanas at 387- fun of having all these home run {c 0 f Y < ;
5972. stars on one dream team-every one of
To qualify, women must be eligible them a potential King of Swat. What {Z f 5jgg.1 W

to play t military golf courses. a team! {t :
Grand Prize of ;
-the fun of winning the \ M
Jax Navy Golf Course a trip home for you and your family {X h 1 t

-the fun of winning a 500.00 U.S.
Is one {c
The NAS Jax golf course
Savings Bond. 18 will be given away .
of the finest In this area.
courses '
{c '
-: of using the fine prod. '
of the pleasure ti "!
All hands can take advantage
this wonderful opportunity to play. ucts that bring you this contest. {r e t ; e

Green fees are reasonableand -you use the empty cartons and wrap .h ; } f'
lessons are available very from Joe pers to enter as described on the right. , w..w Wuw. ,
{c W Y/yM
MacDonald the Club Pro. wm weer.
.ICOND CONTKST STILL O ..Nr -
Cecil vs Jax "'' { HOW TO ENTER (official rules)

/uory {r 1.Guess the number of horn runt any on.ot the basebl 5.Man r.ut "BASEBALL"
On Friday, August 16 NAS Cecil !players shown hr will hit through July 4(for the entries*: P.o. sax ud -
defeated the NAS Jax Golf Team {c first contest)or.through September 30.1963('for the MT.VERNON 10.NEW YORK
ant second contest)
17 1/2 points to 9 1/2 to even .h 6.Entries for the first contest must b*postmarked not 4X
the score on a home-home series. pepo-- 2.On the back of one wrapper *carton ot any Lever later than June IS, and for the second contest not
.h product shown Mr(or on your own peps on which later than September IS. 1963 and entries must be
The matches were played Cecil. you have printed the name,in block l letters,of any of received by th*Judges within 15 days after these dates.
the Lever products shown hr)writ:((1))the name of
Hours Of Play N 6t .x one player, (2)the number ot home runs you |uess 7.In case more than one correct guess Is received aHof
t that player will hit.((3))your name and full address
i / t th* correct guesses received for each contest WIN
Golf Club officials have asked {x b*placed: In a drawing(separate drawing for each: of
,,, \ 3.You can enter as often as you wish and for as manyplayers the nine ball players)to determine the winners of thecrate
that golfers particularly note the PpM''N V .h as you choose in both contests,each on I sep- eighteen$500 00 U.S. Savings Bonds.Drawings corv
hours as main- entry ducted by The Reuben H.Donnelley Corporation whose
course playing decisions are final The Grand Prize trip home,will be
tenance Is planned accordingly with M 4.Only authorized patrons of'U.S.Armed Forces Commissaries determined by drawing from correct guesses
or Exchanges ers eligible. in from contests
posted times.
Hours of are weekdays;8:30 8,I If there are no correct guestes tore drawing.the nit clotttt but tower guesses.will be used'for the drawing Grand i
play Prue,trip home, provides round trio' air transportation for winntr and immediate famity living in aame ftouieAofd plus
am. until dark;Saturdays and holi- 1500.00 cash.Contest subject. to all federal I,stale. or:local regulations AN, entries become the unqualified property of 1
lever Brothers Company.I
days, 7 a.m. 6 p.m.; Sundays,
8 a.m. 6 p.m.




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Keglers BeginFall

Have you made sure, financially, .
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that your childrencan Bowlilg

go to college? ;

J >e Accardi! NAS Intramural bowling got

Marvin B. Harper, CLU, General Agent Don Mapes underway last Tuesday, August 13
at the Station Bowling Alley as
1100 Universal Marion Building
16 American League teams opened
.-" Tel. 354.4483 .;X seasons play.

The Trainers, Griffins, Con-
MASSACIU.sr/ITS: Ml'lTAI fidentials and Hospital#1 becamethe
Itifr Inturnnrf I'mhnnyeIIINOPIIID first league leaders by win-
,, ... .
"' .CMU. T1e o.a..I.D 1S1to J IA ning over their opponents by the
Identical scores of 40.
In Intramural bowling one pointIs
awarded to the high total pin
count as a team in each game.
13a.*l Jallrlrrt rAA: Then for high total pin-fall for
three games, a team may earn an
extra point. Individual scores are
I &0000t figured on a handicap basis.In .
the Continental League, the
following Wednesday night the
v m&isu NeedA Jp'hgIi.rs1 Pizzan's and the Paymasters were
the only two teams who blanked
their opponents as they rolled into
first with 4-0 standings.
Thursday, In the National
,- League, a six-team cluster cameto
ShgaffersCirtrMg the top with 4-0 standings each.
They are the Lucky Seven,Eagles,
': D N' APPLYING TECHNIQUES that he learned in the Armed Forces Electrons, NARTU ###2, Owl Hoots

Pu A I Judo Clinic, Willie Jones passes on some of the knowhow.Noyy( and the Rejects.
Photo byMarc Whetstone, J01)). Because of the press deadline,

With Cartridge 881 10 1 & 25 the results week of Intramural of August bowling 19-23 will for

Pack Reg.. 1.49 .. Jones Returns From not be reported until next week.
The schedule for August 22-
i- ,PLAID 28 is:
HY TONE .,
.. SCHOOLBAG Denver Judo ClinicBy
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brief FOLDERS ,
J03 Thursday, August 22
Willie Jones the little 135 lb. clinic, Jones was picked as one
3:30 ]&2 Pin Punders
alleys vs
Asst. Colors 5 For 4n 1$2 97 representative for the JaxNavyJudo of eight to be screened for a
Play Boys
lot Each or from the will actually make the trip.
first Armed Forces Judo 1&2
6:00 Electorons
CRAYOLA LUNCH BOX Clinic in Denver, Colo with a gold After the select four make the Lucky alleys Seven vs

64 Crayons With medal and an invitation to tryout tour, and compete largely injapanand 6:00 alleys 3&4 Bomb Scorers vs
for a world tour. Europe, one will be selected
Panhandlers
Built In Sharpener without The clinic held forthe Olympics.
summer was
6:00 alleys 5&6 Pro's vs Rookies
74C Thermos 88 primarily to further the teachingof 8:30 alleys 3&2 Air Frames vs
l 1)I) Judo technique and for Judo Bandits
Reg. 1.00 Reg. 981 officials to get a look at what the 8:30 alleys 3&4 VU-10 vs Owl
armed forces has to contribute Hoots

CLIPO-RING 5 Hole Filler to Olympic competition. x, 8:30 alleys 5&6 NARTU #2 vs
Jones earned his medal in a ,
Rejects
Paper 500 Sheets field of 17 in the 135 lb. class. <
BINDER M He came out the best of that group
With Tablet & 98 (who were select, themselves) and 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE
Filler & Index Reg. 99{ 88 defeated the 150 Ib.class championin Monday, August 26
an effort to win the over-all
championship (individual champion \ 3:30 alleys 1&2 Riggers vs
BIG WRITING KIT !
ElY INDEX regardless of weight). r Trainers
I 1Lpt
\ Ball Point Pen. Fountain' Pet He was not eliminated until he .' 3:30 alleys 3&4 Sparks vs Falcons
Mechanical Pencil. Retractable Loose Leaf' Insert able confronted Toshi Seino who later 6:00 alleys ]&2 Thunderheads vs
Boll Point. Ball Point Refill Binders.. Fits .AII' .29, A Cutters
Extra Leads. Extra Erasers. 88C became the over-all champion and
Standard 2 or 3 Rings. who Willie picks as the U.S. top 6:00 alleys 3&4 Cannon Cockersvs
contender in the Olympic lightweight Sky Warriors #1
14 I\ division ((149.6 Ib.and underIn 0 6:00 alleys5&6Seabees Hospital
.' "G 1',1 ;" I' Olympic competition.). Needlers
C. Murphy C O. "\1-11 : Out of 200 people attending the JUDO WINNER Willie Jones, of f 8:30 alleys ]1&2 679thvsComFair-
I Special Services, won his weight Jax B
class at the Armed Forces Judo 8:30 alleys 3&4 Griffins vs Marlins
Clinic in Denver August 10. 8:30 alleys 5&6 Colts vs Con-

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THREE DAYS ONLY CONTINENTAL LEAGUE

RECONDITIONEDELECTRIC IMGolf Wednesday, August 28
A- 1 SINGER

:: 1 Complete' With' Console Coblnef:1:: NAS Jax Intramural golfers: go, 3:30 alleys 1&2 Sky Warriors #2
f: : ',:,:.:.';.: together yesterday in the NAS vs Chiefs
: $2 5 UU Free HomeDemonstration Athletic Office for the of
: ; TermsArranged EL 3-1'4' solving any organizational purpose pro- 3:30 Blackbirds alleys 3&4 NARTU #1 vs

I blems for the oncoming golf sea- 6:00 alleys 1&2 Demons vs Cursors
SERVICE FEATURE
I CANO
$2 'CHARGE IF YOUR PRESENT SEW-M iING son.Frank 6:00 alleys 3&4 Hospital #2 vs
4 1 MACHINE CAN'T BE REPAIRED jm McCaffrey, NAS Athletic ComFairJax A
A- 'IN, YOUR HOME FOR S2.00 Director urged that interested
any 6:00 alleys 5&6 Clutchers vs Com
Com* InfPhono SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE persons who failed to attend the Store Five
J In'Literal meeting contact the Athletic Office
8:30 alleys 1&2 Spartans vs
; 1HW
::: Trade '
Allowance 1624 MAIN I ST. as soon as possible.The Pizzan's
'
: \>\" Athletic Office is locatedin 8:30 alleys 3&4 Avions vs Molar

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I Pendergras Ties SkeetRecord Apply For Wildlife Hunting Begs ,


(Continued From Last Week)

I, Wins NationalsKen Bear Hunt -Third District- everyday.

SQUIRREL: Ten gray, and two
Pendergras of the NAS Jax Shooting 25 shots with each gun, Applications are now being received 'DEER: Buck deer with one or fox squirrel per day, total pos-
Service Information Office was acclaimed the total hits were compiled.At from Florida hunters who more five-Inch antlers; one per session twenty gray and four fox
the Champion of the end of the final 100 shots, wish to participate In the managedbear day, two per season. November squlrreL November 16-Feburary
Champions at The National Skeet Pendergras and an cid teammate, hunts in the Osceola and 16-January 5. Hunting permitted 23. Hunting permitted everyday.
Championships, two weeks ago, In Ken Sedlecky, were tied with 99 Apalachicola National Forests, according everyday. SPECIAL SEASON Oka-
Rochester, N.Y. and was appointed hits of a possible 100, which required to A.D. Aldrich, director, loosa, Walton, Escambia and Santa -Fourth District-
as a state director on the Executive a shoot-off. Florida Game and Fresh Water Rosa Counties: November 16-
Board of the National Skeet This time Sedlecky missed two Fish Commission. December 1 and December 14- DEER: Buck deer with one or
Shooting Association. shots with the 410 gauge and Pen- Florida black bear are rated as January 1. NO OPEN SEASON mor five-Inch antlers;one per day
Pendergras won his acclamationas dergras more than took advantageof the largest In. the nation; and because Washington and Iblmes Counties. two per season. November 9-Jan-
champion by shooting his way his misses by downing 100 X of their early retreat to em- TURKEY: Either sex during reg- uary 5. Hunting permitted everyday -
through a field of entries, repre- 100 and tied the world's record. passable swamp territory,they are ular season; two per day, three Monroe County CLOSED to
sentative of each of the United To add to his prestige, the extremely difficult to hunt, even per season. November 16-January Key Deer. SPECIAL SEASON that
States, Canada and Puerto Rico. shooters voted Pendergras to a with excellent dogs. The Osceola 5. Hunting permitted everyday. portion of Indian River County
Each competitor had earned the seat on the Executive Board of the National Forest, In Columbia and SPECIAL SEASON Gobblers only: north of State Road 60 November
right to shoot In the meet by National Skeet Shooting Associ- Baker counties Northeast Florida March 28-April 12, onehalf hour 16-January 5. .
winning a state championship.The ation in the United States, a nine- and Aplalchlcola National ForestIn before sunrise to 12 noon in Leon, QUAIL: Ten per day, total possession
matches consisted of four member board that has a large Liberty County in Northwest Jefferson, Gadsden, Holmes, Bay twenty. November 16-
parts, determined by four different control on the destiny of skeet Florida, provide some of the best and all counties west of the February 23. Hunting permitted
shotgun gauges ((410, 28, 20, 12)). shooting in this country. He was bear hunting In Florida. Choctawhatchee River. everyday. SPECIAL SEASON that
elected for a two year period. Applications for the Apalachicola QUAIL: Ten per day, total pos- portion of Indian River County !
Another NAS Jax shooter, Ernie Bear Hunts should be filed with session, twenty, November 16- north of State Road 60: November
Vicious Mausleln, NARTU, was highly suc- the Regional Manager, Game and February 23. Hunting permitted 16-February 23.BOWL0MATIC I
cessful In the same meet. Maus- Fresh Water Fish Commission ..
lein, who is classified as a class P.O. Box 576, Panama City
4 LANE
"B" shooter, won the champion- Florida, prior to 11:00 a.m.August : '
Triangle ship In his division by knocking 30. Hunters who wish to participate
down 246 of a possible 250 targets. in the Osceloa Bear Hunts should
file application with the Regional
The 7 pin said to the 10 pin, Manager, Game and Fresh Water Lodiet Coffee todies andicap Ladies Scratch.
"I 1 feel In a devilish mood. "I'll just die if you're chopped Fish Commission, P.O. Box 908, Mixed Doubles Men's Handicap Men's Scratch.
Next time he hits In the pocket, from me." Lake City, Florida, prior to 11:00 Bantams, Juniors and Seniors Leagues.Join .
r 11 stick like I was glued." The 2 pin cringed and hid his eyes. a.m. August 30. All applicationsmust One Of The 'Above Leagues Today.
The 10 pin said to the 7 pin, He was fit. be checkto
really having a accompanied by a THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONECI1EEGAIVIE
"I'll make him adder'n that.There's "Help I Help! Save mer'! he cried. cover permit cost.
WITH 2 PAID GAMES TRLE
nothing a' bowler hates "Here comes a Brooklyn hit!" Regulations for the bear hunts f
worse The headpin looked at the other provide for special three-day hunts NAME Void After
Than to get a 10 pin tap!r' nine. beginning September 23 through ADDRESS Sept. 30th 1963SPECIAL >
The 5 pin shamed the 7 and 10 He was* smug as he could be. November 9. Each three-day hunt j
"That's not quite cricket,you know. "You think that you control the will be limited to not more than
bowler has nothing to worry about game, 17 people, except upon approval of "
When I refuse to go." But It really depends on me!" the hunt supervisor. Each group t
The little 3 pin was mad as could be, must obtain a $50.00 party hunt tf
So mad that he could spit. By Alice Davis, Pensacola WBA permit and each person in thepartymust f
"When I team up with the 10 pin, Reprinted from "Bowlers's World. also posses a regular hunt-
They call it a "baby" split f Ing licenses. sy
The villainous 9 pin twirled his The hunt areas for the c.
moustacheWith Apalachicola Bear Hunt has been I
a laugh like Simon LeGree."I enlarged to Include a portion of &w
really give those bowlers fits |Rhymes of the Times I Liberty County south of the Apalachicola II
When I hide< behind the 3 r' National Forest. The \
"You're just awful," the 5 pin said, TIME Osceola Bear hunt has been jp SALEBUY
And it really makes me hurt, TO e ,. enlarged to include that portionof I
When you pull that sneaky trickof A GOOD BELLYLAUGH Baker and Columbia counties ANY CHANGER SHOWN ABOVEA

yours WILL OFTEN north of the Osceola National CURAID DttMUD
STEERS
And hide behind 3s skirt." CUT Forest. Model A...$71.50 I DMitfll ATI".154.50 r CLASSER M.d., csn...$SI.sa I
The 6 pin wiggled her snaky hips TROUBLEIN Hunters will be allowed to take

And smiled a seductive smile"I HALF: bear, fox, opossum,bobcat, raccon \\ FREE Pick any cartridge below far U extra I
tease them with my hula dance.It Ag 1..AFPS and rabbit. Shooting will be one- AUDIO EMPIRE (SHURE ( GENERAL EtECTRIC
almost drives them wild." Fj half hour before sunrise to one- M.d.,10ID., ..$34.50 |'Model' M7D.;$24.50)I| Model YR-1001...$24.5C
The 4 and the 8 were holding hands. half hour after sunset. Additional I
,HEADQUARTERS.FQRELE.GTfpNIQ.KITS'Scott ?
They were going steady, you see. Information concerning the special '
The 4 pin blushed and told him, hunt regulations and procedures I ffishw Oco'HannanMonrlRSYLVANIA I : ) Rf./
governing the drawing may be obtained -
by contacting either regional Up, to 50/0 OFF
f
the ONE place to office. .
eC .1 *TV BTUPICTURE
'Qf
call for f- ; RECEIVING QSYLVANIAf
Golfers duality () \
,,\-4 TUBES TUBES ;.

Qualifying rounds of thirtysixholes Brand new Sylvonia Nl'w. Sylvanio Long
money Silver Screen 85, Lire. F>rk -
up your )
will be held Friday, August high quality tested picture tuFci tired TV set with our J r .
23 at 1 p.m. at the NAS Golf in all sizes to fit practically evrry quality Receiving
.
size and brand of TV set. Now Tu! cTUBES TESTED I
Course for those who wish to compete priced to tirng you even greater rREE. BRING AS r:
Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea for a berth on the NAS Jax Tube savings.Adjustment FREE Inttellotion when you bring and Tested MANY on AS Professional YOU LIKE! Tu.bt ?
son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get Golf Team that will be sent to your set m. Tester hy Experts.
Beneficial International Credit Card, too, for Immediate NAS Pensacola September 3-6 to i
play in the Sixth Naval District DIAMOND NEEDLES
office
Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial anywhere Golf 1
Tournament.
"Yes!" Call now! Buy now at Parts Unlimited
Beneficial likes to say
"Four golfers will be selectedfor
low, low prices. 1,49 _
up
rIt
the Men's Open Division while

BENEFICIALFINANCE two seniors (men of 45 yrs. by C B and HAM GEAR
Sept 1)) and three women will
SYSTEM be selected for the Senior Div- HAlllCRAmi NATIONAL I JOHNSON' I MONITOR I HAMMARLDND I I.O I
Car Note ision and the Women's Div-
Leans up to $600 on Furniture, or
JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville ision," Frank McCaffrey, NAS '. ; PARTS UNLIMITED
311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel. . . Elgin 3.4473 Athletic Director, announced.
5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy .Drive-in). .f.V: 4.4595 Interested persons should applyin 't ELECTRONIC CENTERS \ I
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). PO 5.2623 ample time to allow for arrangements Huh; Shopping Center Neel It. Nichols Shopping Cent**
Co. of Arlington and T.1. No. SP 1.0100 Tel N. J59-23C
ARLINGTON. Beneficial Finance Center. . . .RA 4.7910SO. pairings.For 1704 lUndinfl$ leulevartfSTORE 26)6 Atlantic Boulevard) J\JI
Town & Shopping further information
Country call or HOURS: Mon thru Frl. 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.

3436. JACKSONVILLE- Beach Blvd.)- ,Beneficial South Gate Finance Plaza Co.. of. .Florida. .EX 8.1515 8157.contact the NAS Golf Course, Ext. Sat. 9:00 to 9:00: p.m.




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