Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Pay Baise Retroactive If Neccssar"


Washington (AFPS) -- Regardless Armed Services Committee, and be retroactive if passage is sty- ber. The House conferees are Reps.
of a delay In final approvalof Rep. L. Nendel Rivers (D., S.C.) mied by other, more urgent bills As it now stands, the Senate Rivers, P.J. Philbin (D., Mass.),
the 1963 military pay bill (H.R. of the House Armed Services Com- in Congress.It and House have passed separate F.E. Hebert (D., La.), W.A. Win-
5555)), servicemen have been mittee, told Armed Forces Press is likely, according to reports military pay bills that differ in stead (D., Miss.), Walter NorbladR.
assured that the effective date of Service that any delay "wouldnot that the committees will some areas. A conference com- ( ., Ore.), W.H. Bates (R., Mass.)
Oct. 1 will stand. alter the effective date of Oct. meet in September. But there mittee from each must meet to and W.G. Dray (R., Ind.).
Both Sen. Richard Russell (D., L"This exists a remote possibility that iron-out the differences before the A Senate spokesman said an*
Qa.), Chairman of the Senate means the pay raise would .the committees will not get together bill can be sent to President Ken- announcement will be made of the
until October or Novem- nedy for signature. Senate conferees.

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions (expressed by the publisher and writers !herein ure their own and not to be considered official i I expression, of any
military dcpartment...The appearance of advertisements in this publication does! not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised


Launches New TechnologyOf Photo Del

Awarded Source Data AutomationFirst Back From

( in a Series)
ICAF automation (SDA) --- the application of electronic techniques to information where It be- Rota DutyA
aboard the Naval Air Station. A means of transmitting Industrial data from pro-
--- ... to a central collection location is rapidly being Installed on a planned schedule In the three-plane detachment of
Two NAS Jax civilian
were presented with Department. Heavy Photographic Squadron
for the successful world, in business .. Sixty-two returned to NAS Jack-
sonville last Thursday followed bya
Industrial 54-man unit of ground support .
"The personnel arriving Saturday after
four months of to
Friday. 3)O&R Rota Lead, Spain.by the unit's officer In

charge, Lieutenant Commander
Jr., NAS
the Donald H. Jarvis, the detachment

Pistulka, provided photographic servicesand
controller support to the U.S. Navy and
the NATO forces In the Med-
rick D.
t iterranean and European area.
NAS In a message received from the
The Commander In Chief, U.S. Naval
Vice Forces, Europe, the detachmentwas
commended as follows:
lege ; "The professional manner In
R. Wilson,
which the officers and men of
DET-19 carried out assigned pro-
The jects during the 1963 deploymentwas
1 commendable. Further, the
signed enthusiasm displayed and the suc-
( )
( ) by cess achieved by this detachmentin
her outstand. meeting additional requirementswhich
held in the developed during the deploy-
( PH 2)). ment was gratifying. Well Done!

New Hours For

GomStore MondayThe Begin

graduated new hours have been announced -
Class for the Commissary store
for NAS Jax, Cecil Field and May-
I scheduled port. They are as follows:
NAS Jacksonville Monday
(closed), Tuesday through Thurs-
day 10:00: a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
job Im Friday from 10:00 a.m. until
with 6:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00
covering pub-
a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
traditions and Mayport Monday (closed)
government, Tuesday through Thursday 9:30
and com- a.m. until 4:30: p.m. Friday 9:30
Security" a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and Saturday
class is af
College 8:30 a.m. until 2:00: p.m.
to act as Field closed
ployees ( ) Cecil Monday ( )
or Tuesday through Thursday 9:30
both of for one day, a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Friday 9:00
utive ( practical ex-
a.m. until 6:30 p.m. and Saturday
ner, PH2. ) ( 8)) 9:00 a.m. until noon.f' .

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HEWS 5, 1963
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Yon Dumpster The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

i Patrolman. I Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
I am a Security
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
have been accused of hiding behind private
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
and parkedcars.
bushes, dumpsters,
Is It true? Yes, and I'll Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
News Items are welcomed from all sources--
learn publication.
continue doing so you
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
that traffic laws are forprotectionyours
r included. Traffic laws must Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

J be obeyed. concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida --
4724 .
"I'm out to get you personally, Company, Clyde
Mr. and Mrs. Lawbreaker; because Telephone 359-4040or 359-0271.

If I don't you or the person

J you hit is going to wind up dead." 'VOL. 21 Wtt6: September 5, 1963

You say, "Oh, that couldn't hap- I Ii

pen to mer' But, that Is what
A FAREWELL SALUTE -. Angeline A. Pacholsicl, RMC gives 543 people who died over the Editorial

last salute as she walks down the NAS Administration Bldg. 1961 Christmas Weekend though.

steps at her retirement ceremony held on Friday, August 23. Recently, in some places, speed
The second Wave to retire at HAS, the Chief entered the Navy limits have been raised and numerous You Shouldn't Choose

on Jan. 7, 1943 at Chicago, III. She served here since 1960 in "yield" signs that remain are
the NAS Communications Photo PH2.P there to be obeyed. Speed zones
Dept.Navy( by Ron Gardner,
1)) are to be observed.
Twixt Lemon and
Fighting for safety is as important -

as fighting cancer, or anyone

of the numerous diseases for which When Aesop's frustrated fox fell short In the grape grabbing derby,

Who Is This Guy? millions of dollars are spent In the fable reports that he convinced himself that he didn't want them

combating the killers. Traffic accidents anyway because they were sure to be sour. Thus the words "Sour

are killers that can be stopped Grapes" became the expression of an attitude widely recognized in

.. without a donation of money. human nature. Psychologists define it as the. rationalizing processin

and friend. All it takes is obedience,courtesy, which you disparage the goal you missed to soothe an injured ego.
The who his lockeras
guy can enter and common sense. In the military world this type of rationalization is well illustrated
Who is this who Is
thief fill his guy at one
stealthily as ,
pockets with a more cumber- and the same time a crumb, ord- by the oft heard, little heeded-- "I didn't want OCS anyhow," or
nothing mortal, and saint. "Who cares about going to Japan," or "The devil with that language
some than a comb, handkerchiefand inary
a pack of butts and ghost down Look around--that's him right MilitaryCiviliansHeed I school. I didn't want to go in the first place." These are concrete,
there--your SHIPMATE. though negative statements and Indicate a case of malignant "Sour
the gangway on liberty like a will- "
o-the wigs, then blunder back aboardat Call For
On the other hand there
is another group which take a more posi-
2:00 am.like a pals led elephant ina
tive position than the "Sour Grapes" and civilian
philosophy. Military
He lumbers into
crockery shop.
Blood Donors
the sleeping compartment with Rare Blood Type alike share, In a less publicized manner this ego saving maneuver.

horseshoes on all twelve feet,cracks This is the cheerful submission to a fate that you would really like
to, but can't change, For Instance to compensate for the new car youcan't
open his locker with a crowbar and Twenty-tour persons old Scott Hoffman of
Five-year afford, one reasons It is healthier to walk; with a smile
while emptying his pockets dropsa recently donated blood totheNaval underwent saying
Jacksonville heart
Blood Donor open that a sparse wardrobe is easier to care for than a lavish one.
half-dozen claw hammers, anvils Hospital Center.
surgery August 28 and Is doing fine Thus by emphasizing the advantages In doing without what were
and pipe wrenches, punctuating each Donating blood from the NAS according to officials at the local you
crash with loud and profane com- Weapons Dept. were: Michael Ber- Baptist HospitaL He is still listedin striving for you imply that you never wanted to change things anyway -
An apt name for this attitude is "Sweet Lemon." It Is plain that
tolanl AOCS
ment. ; PhilllpGDavis, ; serious condition but much Im
The guy you never see while you Joseph J. Hutzenbiler,SR;William proved. only the positive nature of the explanatory statement shifts this type

_ are breaking your back chipping, a Lisenby, TMl; John T. Millay, Scott's case was highly delicateand of of "Sweet ego protection" from the "Sour Grapes," classification to the one
scraping, wire-brushing and AA; Joseph A. Sebeck, TM3; and became the Interest of
sweeping rusty decks in a passage- Willis Spain, SN; Jacksonville when it was reportedthat greater Perhaps one is better off living in a "Sweet Lemon" world than
in the
way, appears like Aladdin's genie, Those who donated blood from the lad needed sub- "Sour Grapes" environment BUT neither of these defeatist
NAS Donald young a attitudes, negative and positive, should be In man's phil-
king-sized brogans and all, waddle Operations were: R. stantial of a military
splayfooted through the fresh paint Kilgore, SA; Patrick E. Pyle, AN; ative supply blood.A rare B neg- osophy. He should be constantly striving to better himself, his familyand
the moment you lay down the brush. Felix M. Stafford, SMI; Ellan E. number his country. If he stops by the wayside to taste either some "Sour
large citizens "
answered -
The guy who hasn't been topsidefor Vinzant, AA; Dennis E. Wayne, the Grapes, or "Sweet Lemons," he'll miss the satisfaction of moving
plea Including 18 mil-
three weeks, but who managesto SA; Robert. Whiteley,AA;Robert itary civilian employee and dependent (AFPS)

catch you midway in your decentof A. Whitely, AA; Larry W. Wilson, personnel from NAS Jax.

the ladder as he bolts upward, AA; and Joseph F. Wright A A. According to his parents, Mr. Hospital Mainside Need
head-down and pell-mell like a Donors from the Brig were:
and Mrs. Robert Hoffman of 1539
charging rhinoceros-- with William J. Bailey SN; Roger Bell, Bassett Road, Jacksonville, Scott Red Cross Volunteers
results. AA Giles R. SR .
equally devastating ; Boggess, JefferyA.
; -- ---------
sits In bed
briefly up and is ableto Red
The guy who butts into the climaxof Cloud, AN; Thomas F, Ham, Cross offices at NAS Jacksonville Dtrector.'s: Office. Volunteers are
consume liquid
your saltiest sea story just'as CS3; Roger McDonald, AA; JackA. are recruiting volunteersto needed to serve in varied capacitiesand

you are winning a war, making an Reeck SR; and John E. Warner, in serve at the Naval Hospital and training classes are plannedto

amorous conquest, or saving aship; SR. the Mainside Red Cross Field' begin the week of September

the guy who can top your hairiest I 23.

tale because he has done more, At the hospital, volunteer Gray

y' seen more, heard more, found more, NATTU ARE YOU IN GOOD HEALTH! ? Ladies are needed to assist the

lost more, fought more, sufferedmore Hospital Red Cross in carrying out

traveled more--in short, he Honor Graduates Its program of personal serviceand

can out lie you any day In the c:::::::.s__ __-'==:::# ..!::.............__ _... _.....__ recreation for the patients,
week. .. and to assist in the hospital 1 clinics
...: -
The guy whom you name variouslya Highest graduating average In and departments as receptionists

jerk, a fool, a braggart,a jackass; NATTU's schools for classes Npl ,' chaperones and assistants. Vol

and whom, in a less cha ritable mood, graduating Friday, Aug. 30, was RpAD unteer Staff Aides are also neededat

you describe In more earthy terms. compiled by A.L Polhill, AEAA, both Red Cross offices to assist

The guy who, with all his faults, who finished AE-A school with a with typing, filing, and other office
actual and imaginary, Is the same 90.31 average. procedures. The Mainside

guy who lends you his last five Other honor graduates were Field Director's Office Is also

bucks three days before payday; Lance Corporal L.R. McCurry, seeking Volunteer Social Welfare
the guy who shoulders the tougherpart who averaged 87.42 In AO-A Aides to assist that office with
of the job when you are feeling school and Czeck .
R.P. AE I, who casework activity.
under the weather; the guy who can finished the AE-B school with an Training will be offered to

"cumshaw" the chit, the tool and average of 84.64. qualify each group for the particular

the piece of equipment, even the AE-A School Is 22 weeks In duties which they will per-

Empire State Building if you ask length, AO-A Is 18, and AEis form. Prospective volunteers are
for it; the guy who has the jokes 34 weeks. There were no grad- DON'T TAKE asked to call the appropriate Red
when you are moody and the sober- uating classes In the AO-B school. A TURN Cross office for information and

ing advice when you are treading The honor graduate of each classIs to make appointments! for

dangerous ground; the guy who the man who compiles the highest FOR THE / application interviews: Numbers to
casually wears the mantle father, overall scholastic average for the call are: Mainside Field Director,

son brother, confessor, confidant entire course. \\\\if\ p Ext. 552 or 554; Hospital Red

Cross Hospital Ext. 211 or 213.


September 5, 1963
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Flu Shot approximately two weeks apart. and has stated that
SeasoQ.Approaching especially vul-
The inoculations will be adminIstered nerable to this cold weather tributable to influenza. Persons Certificates.
for a fee of $2.00 each. disease who have a known allergy to
A definite schedule for employeesto those are persons with chronic over 45yearsold heart chicken, chicken feathers eggsor (Continued from Page 1))' I
report to the Industrial Med- disease, and any kind of fowl should not economic and industrial j
lung kidney disorders, aspects
A l local physician has agreedto ical Office in building 101W on pregnant women and small child- seek inoculation since the allergiesmay of national security and of the J
administer September 10, 11 and 13 will be result in an unfavorable re-
the inoculation at ren. During each flu wave or action.A management of resources under all
NAS. Employees who obtained two published at a later date epidemic such as the Asian Flu conditions and in the context of both
inoculations last year need only As wintertime approaches, so siege of 1957, 1958 and 1960, national and world affairs, with J
have one "booster" shot this year. does the flu season. TheAmerican there was a marked increase in tourist went to a movie in special emphasis given to the
Those who did not obtain two last Medical Association encouragesall deaths due to asthma and resp- the Middle East and asked the lady interrelated military logistical
year should get two this year, persons to obtain inoculation, iratory ailments other than flu, sitting in front to remove her jug. administrative, scientific technological -
in addition to deaths directly at- Will Jones, Minneapolis Tribune political, and social
factors affecting nationalsecurity.
Those eligible to enroll in the
course are military officers of all
3 DAYS ONLY components of the Department of
Defense and the Coast Guard,
serving on active or inactive duty ..,
status in the grade of major or
lieutenant commander and above,
and civilian executives membersof
y1': "f the several professions, and
If\iii1I\ I h .. .< .. I IT I J II n Federal employees with the rating
w- :' .-. / of GS-ll or above.Bluejackets.

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I Doin'sThursday I


September 5
k ii March Wilson and the Red Coats
8:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m.
Upright Freezer Has
y Friday, September 6

Phil Cay and the Chantels 9:00:
Zero Cold Storage For p.m.-1:00 a.m.

Saturday, September 7

Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
455 Lbs. Of Food
9:00: p.m. 1:00 a.m.

Sunday, September 8

March Wilson and the Red Coats
8:00: p.m. 12:00 a.m.

15800 Monday, September 9

q / er ,a Dining and Dancing

Tuesday, September 10
r .k
NO MONEY DOWN ocA / r Happy HourWednesday

September 11
Game Night
Have your own home "super } >-- -- '
market"! 4 open refrigerated i V
shelves, and 3 door shelves hold '
a big reserve of quick meal-mok- s
: ; Acey Ducy
ings in orderly arrangement. Chip I I
proof enamel interior; 4-way Ward 77ii"
protection. ::m:: Club
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sao szcwslvnt n woNrro//rn wwo Thursday, September 5

Country Drifters 8:30: p.m.11:30

4.5' COMPACT CHEST FREEZER p.m.Friday, September 6

Dance Night 8:00 p.m.12:30 a.m.

,. STORE 160 LBS. IN FLOOR Saturday, September 7

AREA LESS THAN 2x2' Dance Night 8:00 p.m.12:30.
iJ Sunday, September 8

'i Game Night 5:00: p.m. 7:00 p.m. _
14400NO Dance following

Monday, September 9

Band Auditioning

;;<; MONEY DOWN Tuesday, September 10

Takes little space, holds a lot! Port- Amateur Hour 7:00 p.m.

able, or built right in with kitchen Wednesday, September 11

cabinets. Foam insulation makes Dance Class

possible thinner walls for more stor-
'}:' --'"- Holds 160 Ibs. of frozen
..-..---- age space.
''4 "" food, yet costs less to operate than
a 35-watt bulb. 1 removable food At the side of the road a woman -
1 basket Chip-proof interior. looked helplessly at a flat
,IiCWI Ml1 M 4AGOMw.IYI passerby stopped to help her.
After the tire was changed, the
woman said, "Please let the jack
down easy. My husband is asleepin


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Navy Wives fr, a1y'r' # re'

To Open NewDwelling a p k 9W ,*

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.a '
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies are
scheduled this Saturday eveniiig,
September 7, for the opening of
the new Navy Wives Club #86
Club House located In Bldg. 716.
The event is set for 8 p.n
,. The move to a new clubhousesite
was necessary because of the
closing of Dewey Park where the
Wives maintained their club for
social and business meetings.
Work on the new club began r
June 8 at which time old paint
had to be removed from walls,
.. and woodwork sanded and
ceilings Wives Club in the
1 1j\\ then repainted. All this was done BEFORE Husband's of Navy help painting -
t iIi i\: by the Wives members and their of the New Navy Wives club house. They removed old paint,
husbands. sanding, cleaning up and repainting interior of building. (Navy
1 L j. > 1 Heading the redecoration com- Photo by Marc Whetstone J01))

"ALL ABOUT BOOK" is presented to Mrs. J. R. Compton (R) an mittee was Mrs. Wilbert Wagner.She : .
advisor to the board of the Jacksonville Officer's Wives Club by was assisted by an advisory 1
Mrs. C. W. Young, (L) first vice-president and chairman of the activities bers committee and their of the husbands following: Mr.mem-and j'' ; 1 t'

committee. Complimentary copies of this booklet, which Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett, Mr. and : l'I"
contains useful information about the club, were given to all the Mrs. Stanly Cottril, Mr. and Mrs.
old and new members of the JOWC at the "Get Aquainted Coffee" Henry J. Wernet, Wilbert Wagnerand Lz! oq :;1 > .
held on September 4 at the Officer's Club. One of fhe chief aims Paul Day.A $' ""(
of the JOW this year will be to stimulate more interest among mem total of about 2,000hourshave ;, :' /.
bers for club sponsored activites it was stated. In addition to been spent In the new club's con- 11\" .; "', ,
the Club's charity projects, sports, home arts, crafts, arts and struction. ,,'"'r\" 1 ttl', "' ,.
culture have been included as major interests.
'Old Ironsides' to Miss

1964 N.Y. World's FairNew
-'L LJ
York (AFPS) "Old Iron- I
sides" won't be at the New York
World's Fair In 1964. The Navy
rK_ruim as / has decided that the voyage from
Boston where she Is now berthed,
might be unsafe for the 166yearold -
frigate. The ship Is famousfor
actions against the Barbary
pirates and In the War of 1812.
Womens and missesMADRAS Senators Leverett Sal tons tall
(Rep.) and Edward KennedyDem. AFTER. The members of the Navy Wives Club No. 86 will offic
( .) of Massachusetts led the ially open their new Clubhouse this Saturday, Sept. 7 at 8:00 p.m.
fight to keep "Old Ironsldes"-- A total of 2000 hours of voluntary work have been put in since
officially the USS Constitutionat -- June to complete the remodeling of Bldg. 716. Mrs. Wilber Wagnerwas
Its berth In the Charleston chairman of the project and was assisted by the wives pnd
Navy Yard, Boston. their husbands. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1))

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1yBO How May : '

Offer LifeBy [ # /

"Y, lI H.M. Bridgmen, TDCM n d \C

f Pilots and crewmembershaveyou
i x 0
6 f F t ever given serious consideration 1
1v to the thought that you will

probably not be flying over the sun- .
ny South in case of war? It is
r quite possible that you may be attempting -

to evade capture in some \, "i., iwe o"wrerh _
remote, exotic part of this big GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT are the cattails held by Kendall Curran, .

world. TD1 of FAETU Det. 2. In his left hand is a deck of cards illus >
Successful evasion requires an trating plants which can be eaten for survival food. Cards
FIRST TWO Jim and Betty Glasgow hold their newly born twin ability on the part of the Individualto vailable at the Unit, Bldg. 168. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner are PH2 a- '
son and daughter, their first children. (Navy Photo ) live off the land without con- ) ,
tacting the inhabitants and without
their knowledge of his existence.The .P1)carroll's
Irj major source of food in these sport shop inc

circumstances must be the local .
plant life, and such animals as
can be captured quietly with the t/ Complete line of Sporting equipment

equipment at hand. Noise, or theftof HUNTING FISHING FOOTBALL

.. q food or equipment,wlllprobably BASKETBALL. BASEBALL GOLF.

4k ., ti.r t disclose you should your presence.If find yourself. under : St. Croix fishing tackel'shrimp nets

Y d.A KY1pz such circustances, then, do you _:;; Kroytton, Spalding & Wilson Golf Uquip.

x; 'ra y'ro know that.... j.41g KIDS
Dealer for
((1)) some plants must be cookedto i, genuine
(expert soUs personnel
be eaten, as they are poisonousIn ,
their raw state? 13456 Bland Ing Blvd At Cedar Creek

((2)) conversely, some plants can
only be eaten raw?
((3)) in general, no plant with a
milky sap should be eaten, but that
,' 'Ts&. some of the most common, widely Need "on target" money help?

spread edible plants have a milky

2LJ sap?
z ;? ((4)) peach pits are poisonous?
((5)) the sight of an animal eatinga
plant Is no Indication that you
NUMBER 5 AND 6 John and Shirley Day at home with their new can do so safely? Squirrels eat
son and daughter who join four brothers. (Navy Photo by Ron all forms of toadstools and mush-

Gardner, PH2P1)Twins ) room, horses eat poison ivy, birds
eat strychnine seeds.
((6)) that there Is an animal that
Arrive At Navy will provide a fairly safe guideto
what Is and what Is not edible?

Hospital By The PairFour and((7)), that there are plants with rGet

edible tops whose roots are
poisonous? and vice versus?
80 births. Two training aids available at
youngsters aroused con- All four of the the Fleet Airborne Electronics
recent new citizens
siderable attention weeks
a couple
axe In good health. Training Unit,Atlantic Detachment
ago when they made appearancesat Two. furnish Information In this
the ,Naval Hospital. -
field. They are the Device 9H
They are two sets of twins bornto
series Survival Plant Recognition
Navy enlisted families one of FOOF'S SPOOFS Study Card Sets, about fifty cardsto
NAS Communications, the other of
for the
the set. One set is more
Patrol Squadron Thirty. UGUALL;WI1EI'1 A PERSON r important plant types of Asia and
Thomas William ((7 lbs., 1/2 plant @e. @
WlfH ENmU5A5MH / another covers the major
oz.) and Elizabeth Sue Day ((6 lbs., //5 FIRED of the Eastern Atlantic and
1 1/2 oz.) stepped before the I4/1ooMINl1fO/ HIM. Mediterranean types areas. Many of the

floodlights August 19 while Jim N. plants are common to both areas
Jr., weighing 6 lbs., 8 oz., V
the U.S.
and to
and Peggy Lynn Glasgow, 5 lbs., ( These card sets furnish full a loan from HFCGet
9 3/4 oz., waited in the wings color pictures and descriptions of

until the next day before making ; zS : ..." the plants as well as detailed Instructions the exact loan for your exact need. Pay bills, buy

their debut. for their safe pre- a car, take a leave. If you need cash for any good purpose -
Thomas and Elizabeth are the d .
f \ paration as foods. go where
offsprings of ADR2 John W. and .
several "
Include par-
They also more servicemen TC. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
Shirley Day of 428 Campbell Ave., : v'1 f of
: of general information on 24 I. IZ 6
agraphs go-to HFC. ,, ,,,
Orange Park, Fla. Dad is assignedto .. ?l the subject.Niyyrt payle pey-n par- pn t
VP-30. They made numbers five SIOO 5.93 129 10.07 18.48
and six. -..,. \\c I, 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
Ask about Credit 300 17.19 21.88 30.21 55.45
The proud parents of Jim and
Lire Insurance 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
are RM3 Jim N. and
Betty +f ffff*fff f tf;: H 600 34.39 42.66 59.35
: ftftf*ft Jf fft tft : 109.80at
Glasgow of 6007 Georgewood LaneE. on loans

., Westwood, Jacksonville. The :;; : group rates scheduled Ckaittt ire monthly tom ultl bolonctl at J not% on txcuJint that part IJ()of()

twins Father are works their In Communications.The first children.. A HOUSE .n4 i% on any "_;""n.

Day twins were deliveredby (:::( CALL .1.1r HOUSEHOLD FINANC

the Dr.Glasgow David twins Gillingham were usheredby while }r- '::?'" W. J. Schub, (USN,Ret.)

Dr. Sheldon Barnes. :" ": Representing F. L. Ahern, Realtor
These are the first sets of twins r" ::::' SALES IN ALL LOCATIONS 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683

born at the hospital in about six :". '. Ortega eAvondale .Venetia .Cedar Hills Cedar Hills Shopping Center
months. According to CaptainR.K. L.: .: Riverside
Brooks, MC, Chief of Obstetricsand ;?\:;:,;. FHA VA LISTINGS AVAILABLE 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 ,

Gynecology, twins are born on l. r// Phone EL 6-J559 New Office of 5 Points Area 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 -
the average of only once in every tt\? ) Home Phone PA 1-0851 J Above office open Friday evenlngt until 8 P.M.17"sep .




r- 5, 1963
a Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS -

.tIr II, I lfff.

O&R Launches New Technology

Of Source Data AutomationContinued

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( from Page 1)) : ..

available. 1-: -

Automation at data source is -MW. ,
an important facet of the new Iii
technology embracing the collection
processing, and retrievalof i
$ / information. People and time l
'A -
are saved by SDA. This new auto- t \\
matic all-purpose datagatheringsystem j jrN"tl
in the Overhaul and Repair -
'L 1Nor.
eliminates Intervening -
manual operation or .
4 human manipulations. It providesa y Pa t'AY
r s t rapid communication link
between widely scattered pro-
ductive shops,or sources or orig-
inal entry, and the! central data- DATA TRANSMISSION Paul Anderson (R) of Dispatch Division
processing facility in the Data is sending a data message on the Transacts in Shop 3213. The
1&1 i1ii Processing Department. In effect, observer is Herby Pinney, Supervising Leadmgman.
J the mechanic in the shop now is
able to communicate directly with
all levels of management.
Captain R. H. Fagan, Overhauland
Repair Officer, and MortonV
Haas, O&R Management Con-
trols Superintendent, have been "
active participants in the development .
of Mechanized Production
SHOP-STYLE MANAGEMENT REPORT..the payoff of source do.
automation is reviewed D. R. Whidcfon! Control (MPC) System which
ta being by Shops Super. JI
utilizes these data auto-
source 1
intendent, J. F. Teske, Shop Super*i is or and Copt. R. H. Fagan, mation methods, Herschel C. *"f i' "I'Ili
O&R Officer in the Rotatina Electric Shoo 4248. Chesley, working closely with r- : :

these individuals, did some of the
early planning for this system.
ht The present version reflects the
detailed efforts of the systems
S Stt1 :{4 design team composed of W. J.
Hagedorn, L. J. Hutchins, andP.
L. Smith. Hagedorns's back-
ground included his participationin
the Bureau of Naval Weapons
evaluation of SDA hardware equip-
ment at NAS Alameda, California.The .
local team members are O&R _
civilian employees. Each pos-

B sesses special skills, and this DATA COLLECTION{...Mrs. Carlee Sheldon of the Data Processing
i is for "Bed/coom 3oncL4Ef&jcuti balance fact has between insured an financial appropriate, i Department is assisted by Jack Markey of the Stromberg Division .

duction, and pro- General Time Corporation, in changing the punched tape
general management reel Compiler in the Overhaul and Repair
on Department.
E i is for deat JM systems system requirements.The is a practical down-

to-earth approach to the problemof

L is for L o f.twlAcaped fMA production providing control Improved for mechanized this large of the O&R can be described in essential part of theMPCprogramThe
and complex aircraft rework and the 45 different worker trade skills basic hardware of the source
maintenance operation. The size and the fact that 24 aircraft types, data automation system was
Lwtge d abf.e of the O&R industrial plant Is six engine models, and about 800 selected by BUWEPS after lengthy
is for
( >> I hoo
L reflected in the 3,157 employees, line-Items of repairable parts evaluations of several types of
the 4 million dollar monthly oper- form Its workload. The product equipment at North Island, Nor-
ating outlay, the 65 acres, the value of its annual output has been folk, and Alameda O&R's. The
is forAU fcildtm equipped 1 million square feet of covered set as in excess of 320 million Stromberg Division of General
A floor space, and the 38 million dollars. Time Corporation was awardedthe
dollar Investment in buildings and SDA enters the picture as an contract to supply the SDA
I EWJ plant equipment The complexity system which consists of two vital
is for o1tJdPAtgttR units of equipment. These units

I GET AMISSILE are the Transacter (for trans-
mitting transactions) and the Com-
is for RLck yt/Ub( ( in qhtoJLt piler (for receiving and recording
AGE DEAL! transactions). One Compiler will
.. lUtlL l accept and record the output of
up to 36 Transactors as relayedover
a standard Intercommunication -
Put them all together they spellBELLA1R NEW CARSLowest cable network.
Prices The Transacter units are of rug-
Highest Trade-in Allowance ged construction and are physically
located in shop areas to serveas
.Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town input devices.Prepunched cards

1a are the input media. One card
churches sidewalks. streetlights- tI USED CARS identifies the worker and the other
Identifies the job or work assign-
convenient to N.A.S and Cecil Field : Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots ment with a coded tie-In referenceto
From $10,900 to $12,500 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Rings Ave. a master data file which con-
p Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty tains pertinent task details. Other
!oJ On Every Car SoldSHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT predetermlnable data are programmed -
I'J into the Trans aeter plug

Follow The Signs I South On Bland S ing l 0lvd, to MISSILE board. Variable unantlcipatable Information -
is added by setting one
or more of six dials on the Trans-
BEtlAi"THE 1 @r GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's acter control panel. An additionaldial
.... .a, Is used to identify by code
BEST BUY" number the partlcual type of
Center" transaction.The .
Compiler units, on the basis
(Continued on Page 7)September )

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--.,. .

'I 5, 1963 I

I ," Cdr. Pope Is First NAS Vets V taws( Will ll llIIiall1y :,\

Data Processing OfficerCommander ( for T Polities :j

George S. Pope, (NTDS). He has been credited with ..
Jr. has reported aboard as the first the development and Initial test of r I
Date Processing Officer at NAS, logistics programs for automationof The many Florida Korean permanent plan Insurance policies. :
Jacksonville.After supply functions afloat, includ- veterans who still hold "RS" insurance The permanent plan insurance I
graduation from the ing general and technical stores, policies have just a week Includes six choices: ordinary life, :
University of Virginia in 1946, aviation stores, disbursing, and D 1 left In.which to qualify for a twenty payment life, thirty pay- I
Commander Pope was commis- commissary.Commander. special cash dividend by exchanging ment life, twenty year endowment,
sioned an Ensign in the Suply Corpsfor Pope emphasizedthe their "RS" term policies for endowment at age 60 and endowment -
duty as Assistant Paymaster. fact that military personnel, "W" term insurance at a lower at age 65.
He has served afloat and ashoreIn without civilian contractor assistance premium rate, or converting to The amount of the, special div-
various billets. Immediatelyprior designed and developed A' 4 gte low cost permanent insurance, the idend depends upon the length of
to his current assignment, these Initial logistics programs.He Veterans Administration said to- time the policyholder has held
Commander Pope was Logistics cited significantly that data day.Expiring his policy, and his age. The div-
Programming Officer, Fleet Com- processing is not a mysteriousart on September 13 Is idend payments average approx-
Center which only a few people can ., their eligibility to qualify for the imately $100.
Programming I
puter ,
Atlantic Fleet.In master. special dividend which returns to II I II
1959 Commander Like most naval officers, Com- them part of the premiums they I
Pope mander have been paying based on the
entered the data processing fieldas Pope expressed pleasure e r
for'the of rate structure established by law, EXPRESSWAY ;
member of the opportunity serving at 1Cdr
a Navy team i
Jacksonville Commander Pope B. J. Gannon, Officer in Charge,
which collaborated with
Division of the Sperry Rand and his wife, the former Anna VA Officer, Jacksonville, said APARTMENTSNow
West of Manchester, Tennessee, today.
Corporation In the development of
After that date "RS"
have two and Andrew
sons George ,
and G. M. Pope
programming 8 and 4 years of age respectively holders may still change to"W" renting 2Yi Bedrooms
for the Naval Tactical Data System
term or permanent Insurance, but
Conveniently located to
they will no longer be eligible fora
r automatic systems veritication dividend, he explained.In Downtown and NAS.
O&RContinued unit. An examination of the con- order FURNISHED.....
cessing on electric accounting qualify for the special .$70.00
machine (EAM) tabulating equip- ditions are related to card place- dividend before September 13, the"RS" UNFURNISHED.. $55.00
( from Page 6)) ment. ment or dial settings reveals the policyholders have the
of the message transmitted, pro- Self-checking capabilities in the cause of the problem. When the choice of either:
duce composite punched paper tape SDA system verify the accuracyof situation Is corrected, a second L Exchanging their"RS" term Cleo Davis
accurately mirroring source dataon output messages. A messagecan transmission attempt Is made. policies for "W" term policies,
Even under these
time, shift, date, worker num- be transmitted only If input error conditionsthe costing generally about onethirdof
ber, delay code, quantity, and part cards are correctly inserted and SDA system automatically what they are paying for their REALTORS-INSURORS
Identification. These sequenced appropriate Transacter dials set. drops the Transacter off the line present Insurance; or 588 S. EDGEWOOD
messages are generated ataspeedof Without source data automation and frees the Compiler for other 2. Converting their RS" pol- EV 4-6444
60 characters per second In card punching and verifying is required messages. Other lights signify dif icies to one of several low-cost,
an eight channel (IBM) code on for EAM or EDP appli- ferent aspects of the operation.
the output tape. Speed Is of the cations. With SDA these time con- The SDA installation In the Over-
essence, for In addition to the suming and manpower consumingsteps haul and Repair Department Is the r- -

rapid transmitting speed, the Interval are eliminated and more Southeast involving this type of Have made sure, financially,
between successive trans- timely feedback of useful man- equipment In either private Industry F you

missions Is only one tenth of a agement data Is possible. Dally or government activity. On that childrencan
second. Recordings are made by shop load, parts status, and parts July 12 the initial Items of Strom- your
the Compiler on a 1500 foot roll delay reports are now providedfor berg equipment arrived on board to college?
the Naval Air The first go
of paper tape. As 10 characters middle management use. In
appear per running Inch, the unloading the future, labor distribution, shop installation was "on line"on j e D ''Accordi
and of workload forecasts, and exceptiontype July 15 and completed on July Marvin
loading output tape B. Harper, CLU, C.neral Agent Don Mopes
23 In the Electric
reels is necessary only once very reports on labor utilizationand Rotating Shop
180,000 characters ofinformatlon. shop performance are pos- ((4248)). Today three trunk lines, 1100 Universal Marion Building
The limited availability of experienced siblilities.The with a total of 28 shops, are Tel. 354-4483 *'
for col- already In operation. Within the
key punch operators Transacter provides a
second and third shift work make orful display of numerous lights.A current month, it is expected that MASScnismsliijf lI'J1'AI.
this automation of source data light glows during the actual the four Compilers and the Trans Inturnntf ('iuni>nny
serving 600 direct . ..
particularly beneficial Production time the composite message Is being acters, pro- 'r'ItINO''LD.' ru .cNUaT OItO..flll.D I.
information Is recorded in the tapeIn transmitted and recorded by the duction workers In a total of 38

a suitable and Immediatelyusable Compiler. This signal tells the me- shops.
form for direct feeding into chanic that this reporting station I
electronic data-processing equip- has been searched and acceptedby I
ment. In addition, the tape can be the Compiler and that he has
fed into punched tapetopunchedcard exclusive use of the line. A red
converters for producing the light turns on when a transmissionerror j IMTLE1R1La

standard 80-column card for pro- Is detected by the Compiler's ..

: 5%' {::} } r
+ +;rr1A7u OUL4v ,cp gs AT CMILJ.V; :7:,
the ONE place to


(famous brands) AND UP 1

money Reg. 5.50 to 6.98 .'

our price only.. 3.95
sizes 26 to 30..

Phone Beneficia'f i! Get cash double-fast for any good reason

furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get WOOL BLAZERS
Beneficial's International Credit Card too, for Immediate
Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere Reg. 27.50 to 35.00our \ M ft f?

Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! price only.......

wR V.TS 9


Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note EV 4-3661

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville) FRI-'IE
311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel . . Elgin 3-4473
.505 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-In) .EV 4.4595 : : :
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.) PO 5.2623
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
Town & Country Shopping Center. . . RA 4-7910 OPEN DAILY 9:30: TO 9:00
SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
3436 Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza . EX 8.1515 ACCEPT WED. TIL 8. CLOSED SUNDAYSeptember :i

PogtS JAX AIR NEWS September 5, 1963

I 'q\y v :- Cdr. Delany .

3 N *

I M.M.I C. f J r A N X Official ,
M YAs'"tirHb''+Rtiw4S+xrooia vkS:1: :v

ale t c Retires HereEmployees Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4124 Clyde Drive,
Jacksonville, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication "
the following Thursday. Ads arriving too 'late for this deadline
will be published the following week unless the publisher Is
of the NAS Jax Navy Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
the ad must be reoe Eyed WITH the copy for the ttd.
last held
Exchange Friday a special DO NOT SEND CASH.
civilian "piping over the side"
ceremony for retiring Exchange RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
Officer, Commander L.DeLany. Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
He has been relieved by Commander -
: t. T. E. Stevenson.A r
\ native of Bowling Green, Fla.,
4 Cdr. DeLany left the Navy August JEANS SCHOOL OF DANCING Normandy Church of the Nazarene
Venetla-Orange Park-Westconnett 7020 Ramona Blvd. Sunday School
31 after 22 years service become
a certified Public Accountant with a Hula Ballet Tap, Jazz. EV43055or 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Worship: 11:00
r w firm In Jacksonville. SP10712. a.m. NYPS: 6:30 p.m. Evangel-
During his tenture of duty hereat istic Service: 7:30 p. m. Wed.
NAS Jax, he served as the Sup- FOR SALE 6524 Solandra Dr. Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p.m. Rev
ply Department's Material Divi- South. 3 BR, 2B, Florida Room, j.d. havener, Pastor, EV 7113LREAL
TOYLAND VISITORS Cdr. L.A..Menard, Jr., NAS Executive Of. sion Officer and retired as the Navy patio, Fenced yard, Ig. utility
ficer and wife Helen help daughter "MeMe" pick out a doll from Exchange Officer. room, small equity desired. ESTATE SALES&SERVICE
the large selection that the Navy Exchange Toyland has on display Cdr. DeLany's career began in 1-2923.. Buying? Selling? Sincere Counsel-
this year. Hours for Toyland (Bldg.514)) are: weekdays 9:00 1941 following his graduation from Ing without obligation, 35 years of
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. until noon. (Navy Photo the University of Florida withaBSand FOR SALE On Old Normandy courteous service to satisfied
by J. P. Alexander PH2)) BA degree from the Collegeof 3 BR, 2B, paneled den, W to W clients. Also your "Broker" for
Business Administration, ma- carpet, breakfast bar, garage with VA-FHA acquired properties.
joring in accounting.His work bench, wall furnace, attic $100.00 down. Call us any time.
first assignment was as a fan, close to school, 4 1/2 % Nights call, JOHN LEE, SP 1-
i 1EIIItItIaIILTRES1Two { student at the Navy Supply Corps VA mortgage, no qualifying, own- 2276 or RICHARD D, BARKER
School, Harvard Graduate Schoolof er transferred. 7810712. REALTOR 2724 Park St. EV 8-

Location To Serve You: Business Administration. FURN. APT. Herschell 3859 269 L
5444 Normandy Boulevard EV 9-0388 September 1941 found him In 4 Rms. & Bath, Yard, Porch,Gar- Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon?
2809 Maypori Road CH 6-4825 Charleston, S. C., where he dir- age, Electricity. Clean $60. Considering a govt. Civil service
ected one of the first nine War Bond EV 71950. position? For information call
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ offices at the Navy Shipyard. This 398-6786 or 771-6187 after 5 p.m.
On Tires -Boffer/e Shocks Broke PARMAN was followed as the disbursing and CHILD CARE 35tf hourly, Days
Front End Engine & Transmission Work (Ret C.P.OJ, assistant supply officer during the 1,50, Board 45 mo. 10 weekly. FOR SALE Singer Slant Needle
commissioning of the Naval Air Pets, plants cared for cheap. Console, Model Like New, Per-
WE FINANCE ANYONUN THE uVSM. Station at Memphis, Tenn. Boxes, cms etc stored. 771-6698. fect Condition, DOES THE WORKS.
From May of 1943 until Octo- Zigzags, sews on buttons, makes
NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY ber 1947 he served as the disbursing VOICE INSTRUCTIONSOLO buttonholes, sews onstltchs.OrigInal -
price $300 off balanceof
officer at the 10th Naval pay
District, the supply officer aboardthe For Beginners and Ad- $84 or take up payments of
-BOWL-O-NIATIC. LANES USS Cincinnati! and the supply vance Students. Free Voice Analy- $8.96 monthly. Call 353-1946 or
officer aboard the USS Texas.It zation. 771-3920 246-2282. A-l SEWING MACHINE
wasn't until 1947 that the com- Experienced VARITYPIST needed EXCHANGE
5- mander returned to his! native state Immediately. Office location on OAK HILL 5035 Lida Court,
Ladies Coffee Ladies Handicap Ladies Scratch. of Florida and became the com- Southslde near Expressway. Phone 3 BR, Den, 2B, A/C. W/W car-
Mixed Doubles Men's Handicap Men's Scratch. missary officer at the Naval Air 359-2008-9 for interview. peting drapes. SP 1-4234.
Bantams, Juniors and Seniors Leagues.Join Station, Pensacola.
One Of The Above His first overseas shore assignment -
Leagues Today.

HIS WITH COUPON 2 PAID GAMES GOOD FOR ONEEEEGAME r when he reported began to In the August Supply 1950 Depot I-__ THE SHOE NOOK

at Pearl Harbor,Hawaii, to assumed -
NAME Void After duties as the operations officer 'Jacksonville's Unique Discount Shoe Stores1
ADDRESS Sept. 30th 1963 of the Naval Supply Center.
Hemalnlng In the Islands until

SORRY The prices listed for Bicycle Tires & Tubes in the September 1952, he also served as NAME BRAND CHILDRENS SHOESLazy
the Material
King Bicycle & Hobby Shop Ad Last Week Should Have Been: Division Officer and
the Control Division Officer for the Bones. Buster Browns. M
Tubes $.98 Tires $1.98 Harbor.Yards and Docks Depot at Pearl Jumping Jack Mother Goose. Reg. 8.99 J fill.88


New Serving Jacksonville Service Officer and Assistant to
the Planning Director of the Ships Volues to $,,:; s7.88s8.88
PT"1Jli Parts Control Center Mechanics- ?
1 burg, Pa. and Senior Assistant to
the Supply Officer, Naval Station,
"A real scooter!" Argentia, Newfoundland. FLATS from 299 to 499

Cc1r. is married to the
t .ueLany
t_ former Gathering Shanks, of SPECIAL GYM SHOES Men &
MOTOBI I Gainesville and Daytona Beach. Boys
They have three daughters;
Patricia, 20, Lucinda, 15, and $ 2.99
75" Sarah, 5, and a son, Robert age

dial EV 8-7676 '. Waves Obtain Honors
.4 Stroke
I, eNo Oil Mix (Continued from page 1))

I .150 Miles per gal y MILITARY perience in drill, and In conducting
Sala/ L.r' .*5 Miles per }} our. a military formation.
eS.v'ce. || A
"IIUBI11 4
S Port Bank Financing e- Book learning Is only a portion
RANCF of the training however, as each
ome In And See The Opening Specials On The Amazing Motob'"Scooterino" AUTO IIAB student must look as sharp. To
And Precision Built German NSU "Prima" 50 cc s accomplish this latter element of a

Scooters to 250 cc Cycles. { NungttMos ci M ulna.roWR1w potential leader, each day is
L. We Wheel And Deal Get Acquainted With ate, started with a stringent personnel-

I SCOOTERAMA ''McDOUGALL'S INSURANCE nel inspection and demerits
0t AGENCY which reflect on the student's Una'lgrade
1665 San Marco Blvd. EL 9-1411 6463RoosereltBlyd -NesrNA&Jackeowlls are awarded for discre-



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the Friendly Folk at

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L, ll y 1
'w / ;,, vV 1234 KING STREET
r w near Park Street

Ss .s:> jx: '-Tv, WnIMIDIC,
t? *

THIRD GROUP OF MIDDIES visited the air station last Week.
Here Midshipmen R. C. Ruben (L) and S. M. Zimny (far R) lookon .
as A. Abbott, PT1 end Ens. R. G. Copeland of VAP.62 explainthe
operation of the KA-40 aerial camera. (Navy Photo by Ron
Gardner, PH2.P 1))


will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- BLAST
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 sub- r
ject to change. HIGH PRICES !

Thursday, September 5
Mainside Square of Violence ?
NATTUnit Follow the Boys PH. 388.5447
Hospital Rampage

Friday, September 6

Mainside Black Zoo
NATTUnit Sqaure of Violence .

Hospital Saturday- Follow, September the Boys 7 :C rn '- $269

Mainside NATTUnit -- Black Come Zoo Fly With Me

Hospital Square of Violence

Sunday, September 8 ith'tp

Mainside Tarzan the Magnificent qualified tradewSUMMERSPECIAL
NATTUnit Come Fly With Me !
Hospital Black Zoo

Monday, September 9
e" + ,
Mainside Fort Orsage i
NATTUnit Tarzan the Magnificent _
Hospital Come Fly With Me .
Tuesday, September 10 ; ri .. .. i I &!4

Mainside Term of Trial :.
NATTUnit Fort wi
Hospital Tarzan the Magnificent[ 1[ rAw( .

Wednesday, September 11 1k&A&
Mainside It Happened At The 54 I 11 ) I
World's Fair
NATTUnit Term of Trial
Hospital Fort Orsage jL.r.

FOOF'S SPOOFS .... .-.-... N GaN :. .

feL.LOW THERE:, AG2A23- $269.95

V i.t.A .
":' Beautiful Walnut Finish FOUR SPEAKERSCOMPARE

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Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS 1963

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I:..,4" \ \ . T Tww Judo Dub
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( to .'\(',Y ',,\\ \'."
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';'\ ... ." \ .\.;. 'I ,\'>\ ;\\ .' To Try For RecordBy
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'. Marc Whetstone, J01

By D. L. Stewart With the breaking of dawn next Sunday, at this sub-tropical Naval

The Jax Navy Judo Club has Air Static there will occur a series unusual events during which
; an active schedule set up for Man will pit himself against three distinct elements of Nature heat,
the next few weeks. cold and gravity.The .
w- On Monday September 9 the part played by Man is comprised C-117 aircraft.
g2' promotional exams will be givento of seven men and one woman Once they board the time-tested
all Jax Navy Judo men qualified all members of the Jax Navy troop transport, to be piloted by
for promotion to Yonkyu 14th Sports Parachute Club. They will Lieutenant Commander John C.
class students.The club hopes to face each of these elements sep- Brown, the group will begin check-
be able to promote several pro- arately and then collectively in ing every inch of their 'chuting
mising students so that they mightbe an attempt to set a new ,Florida equipment....from head gear to
ready to apply for brown belt State high altitude jump record boot laces.Jrom ripcords to bail-
in the fall promotionals held twice from predesignated heights of 20 out oxygen bottles.
yearly by the Florida Judo and 25 thousand feet. Oxygen, in this particular Instance -
L Association. The members are: Larry Farmer will prove as essentialto
1 Wednesday, September 11 the Miles Gibson, Rick Marini, the skydivers as the parachute
It -- Club will host an InstructionalJudo Jack ChamberlinHarry Wood,Jim itself, for without It, at altitudes
j Tournament for the new- Parson, and the female member, exceeding 10,000 feet, Man would
TAKING IN THE LOOT Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director comers to Judo in the Jax area. Sheila Kavanaugh. soon be lifeless.
and team manager of the Jax Flyers accepts the trophies which This tournament is for juniorsand Today, the Florida skydiving altitude This means, then, that not only
his team won in the Sixth Naval District Softball Tournament, at adults. Teams from Duval record stands at 19,600 will they be required to carry
Charleston Naval Base, S. C. Capt. Edwards, Deputy Chief for County's home for colored boys feet as established by the Fall- their oxygen supply with them dur-
Naval Base Charleston makes the presentation. The Flyers won coached by Willie Jones and the ing Angels Parachute Club from ing the flight, but must also relyon
the double elimination tournament without the loss of a game. (Novv I3everly Hills Civic Center coached Deland, Fla. Sunday, however, this bottled life source duringthe
Photo). by Rodney Fowler are expectedto sometime between 8-8:30 a.m., first 90 seconds of their earth-
Jax hopes to overshadow this bound descents.
.... .. :....,.:.... attend. Navy
After these two workouts the mark when the first 'chutist lands Although the element of time
jAAR:: men of Jax Navy Judo will be oft target at Whitehouse Field.In has not been expounded upon, it
ehfiflare training in preparation for an In- the meantime, the least Infringing definitely will play an impressiverole
vitiatlonal Judo Tournament to be of the three elements to Sunday morning.At .
#4Ew:4iui: : held in Jacksonville the 28th and be faced, as far as the jumpersare about 6:45 a.m., the C117will
29th of September. This tourna- concerned, is the heat. This leave the NAS runway, its
_I. I ment will see top flight Judo men, they will encounter only momentarily elevators pointed upward, lifting
sault and lashed back in the final from all over the Southeastern in temperature of about its nose skyward. It will be at
McClain Wins two rounds to cut Wright's lip United States.. It is scheduled to 80 degrees as they wait, all don- this moment the jumpers will leave
and win the decision. be held at the Malnslde gym, ned In heavy protective foul-wea- behind thoughts of the heat and
Sailor Billy Martin, of Gadsden, Saturday and Sunday the 28th and ther attire, for the arrival of their begin to prepare themselves for
Six RounderJim Ala., also a former Jax Navy 29th. Mens' competition will go entering the frigid layer of earth's
boxer didn't fare so well as Tom all day Saturday the28th and child atmosphere some four and a half
McClain one of two former Ford of Jacksonville won a free ren's competition will start at 1:00 Use Census Bureau miles in the air where the temper-
JaX Navy boxers who fought in swinging unanimous decision from p.m. September 29. Following ature drops to five degrees above
preliminary fights to the Pastrano- him in an eight round fight.MGolf. children's competition will be the For Age Check-up zero.
Wilson non-title, lightheavy weight men's finals. All hands are Invited The ride up will take better than
match, won his fight at the Jacksonville to attend. Admission is free. Washington (AFFS) The one hour. During this time each
Coliseum Saturday, Aug. "By Tuesday Sept. 3 eleven Intramural U.S. Department of Commerce member of the jump team will
31 in one of. four bouts preceed- golf teams had submitted estimates 20 million United rehearse what procedures and pre-
Ing the main event. entries to compete in the fall pro- States of residents birthplace.are without cautions must be takenpriortoandduring
proof age or
McClain, of Birmingham Ala., gram," said Frank McCaffrey, Historical records of the Cen- a descent from this
rallied in the last two rounds of NAS Athletic Director. IM Football"Four sus Bureau provide the only stupendous height. To them it will
the six rounder to whip Nat Wright Teams entering are now urged acceptable: source of this information mean the practice days are over.

Jacksonville I on a unanimous decision. (and expected) to follow up by send- of 17L Intramural foot- agencies for and many private government con-- All that will remain will be the
ing him a full rosterwithcomplete 1 ball teams will literally kick off cerns. personal anxieties each secretly
The VAP-62 sailor had his work names and individual In carries within himself.
handicaps. i the season Monday Sept. 9 at Since its beginning 1790.
cut out for him in the first four Official play for the competition 4 p.m. two of the station fields" the U.S. Census has recorded Since the plan is not for all
rounds. Wright fought aggressively begins Sept. 16 at the NAS Golf it was announced.The identifying data. for almost 350 seven jumpers to travel to 25,000
but McClain withstood the as- Course. first week's schedule is: million 'persons.Persons seeking such records feet, Miss Kavanaugh and Parmer

Monday, September 9 4 p.m. should write to the Personal will exit the aircraft at 20,000
American Census Service Branch, Bureau feet as a pre-test twosome. Like
-- Serving : VP-7 vs VP-30 Stadium of Census. Pittsburgh, .Kans., that of their succeeding jump members -
for an application form.A
who will proceed the
VAP-62 to
vs Hospital Parade
1.1 11 t small fee of $3 is chargedfor
.' Grounds a search of not more than 25,000-foot height, the first two's
: US-CECIL FIELD Tuesday, September 10 4 p.m. two censuses for one person target area will be a small circleof
'" '" -' National and for one copy of the information sawdust in a clearing at White-
< >> and the J ARTD vs AF679 Stadium found. house Field.

-\y YOU4 C&R vs Marines ParadeGrounds The final element which Nature
MnTFOBT Wednesday' September 11-4 p.ml has provided as an obstacle In this

AREA American Sign in a reducing shop win- course of breaking a record, is
MOBILE IIOME I ARTU vs FAETU Stadium dow. "Come In--whAt have you gravity. Unheard.unseen this
t 5Q/S/ ; AIC Malnt vs ComFalrJ Parade got to lose?" mystical force will reach up its
fv .mk "" \ Grounds Invisible hands and pull the
\ jumpers downward from the aferv
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of their plane with such speed

ROITI FLOIIDJi'So ;t. ,> it is hardly conceivable.
From an altitude of 25,000 feet,
LAMEST ; \ \\. objects fall with increasingly pro-
gressive speed. It is estimated that

MOBILE HOME v }\.\$\ '" : ",... I drivers the rate of will descent experience the Jax during sky-

\ t!!>I their fall, before opening their
DEALER '-(. 'chutes, will be in the neighborhood -
i\: eri i of 210 miles per hour I This
I r speed will be reached at the peakof
"We Trade Anything from Blllygoat to Battleship' their two-minute free-fall

through space.

___,IIIll1L1IpIIIpIIJII1IsIk] ::3dL.:1w1l: : Man Despite to ensure all measures successful taken victory by

: in an undertaking such as this,
_;. there is one element Mother Nature

, L' .: always keeps on reserve' as an ultImate -
'. 'ia' 1 W N/MJ/ FTO At[ fII obstacle. An that's Inclement -
weather! So, just for the
('T<[VIT UNION "record", let's hope for sunshine
Sunday.r .

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September 5, 1963

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1 t USC Northwestern AimingFor

i L i :F National ChampionshipPart

I ( One..AFPS Football Series, 1963))

i Changes In rules, musical chairs within the coaching ranks, and
the powerful statures of Southern California and Northwestern are
r (' hoarding headlines In the 1963 college football outlook.

but, however, cut-and-drietf a
football season may appear, the notables grabbing new chairs Included -
game Is notorious for Its reversals Hugh Devore at Notre Dame,
surprises and upheavals. John Ralston at Stanford, Jim
It remains to be seen what McDonald at Tennessee, Ed
"real" effect the new substitutionrule Crowder at Colorado, Phil Cutchin
will have on major college at Oklahama State, Jack Greenat
football, but consensus holds thatIt Vanderbilt and Johnny Pontat
will Increase spectator Interest Yale.
r r while sacrificing the three unit Meanwhile, who will rule the
system Invented at Louisiana State roost in national rankings this

TEAM CHAMPS Winners of the recent ComFoirJax Golf Tournament were, appropriately enough, by Paul Dietzel, now at Army. year? Consensus points Its fin
from the staff of ComFairJax. At award time Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, third f from left noted f The controversial rule stipulatesthat ger at a ripened bunch for North-
that, "There have been two tournaments held since I became Commander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand unlimited substitution may western (Big Ten) and at the defending -
the staff has won both." Winning team members are from left to right; Lt. Cdr. C. B. Strum, Lt. be made by either team during all national champ. Southern
Cdr. H. M. Walker, Admiral Goldthwaite, Capt. A. T. Decker, Lt. Cdr. H. C. Whelchel and Lt. Cdr. time-outs except on fourth downor California (Big Six).
M. Hollack. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). on the down Immediately after BIG TEN"-Northwestern, it is
the ball changes hands. But a team generally felt, has the best chanceto
may substitute two "wild card" win the conference title and
Can Fair Jax Staff Captures players ort fourth down or the visit the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1,
down following change of pos- 1964. Coach Ara Parseghianbases
session. his optimism around rugged guard
Ninety-four coaching seats have Jack Cvercko and junior quarter-
CWn Go/f/ TournamentThe t been vacated and filled at NCAA back Tom Myers. As a soph,
affiliated schools since last season Myers' brilliant passing gave the
ended. When the music stopped, Wildcats a fast start last year.In .
staff of Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville won their second the wings are two perennialBig
straight ComFairJax tournament' as a fiveman golf team narrowly Ten contenders, Wisconsinand
edged the divot artists of Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 and Ohio State. Milt Brrhn:: must
Fighter! Squadron 174 which came in second and third In that order. (! A total of 12 teams took partIn iMi Pat Richter. Ohio's Woody
the two day 36 hole tournament Hayes may find the dark %horse
which saw two men, Bob O'Neilof A. T. Decker, 86; Chick Whelchel, role his cup of tea.
VAP-62 and Tom Haney of VA- 90; C. B. Strum, 88; and H. M. Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan State
12, tie for low medalitst with Walker, 90; for a low four score and Purdue will make their Big
sparkling 75s. of 343. Ten presence felt.Cellar-dwellers
The first day's play Interrupted VF-174s five-man team shot as Michigan, Indiana and Illinois
slightly by an early afternoon follows: J.D. McCarthy, 81; H.G. should show marked Improvement.BIG .
thundershower, found ComFairJaxin Haubold, 93; T. H. Keith, 93; M.R. SIX---The Trojans of USC
the lead by the three strokesas Wennekamp, 96; and D.J. Hoffman, are busting to repeat, and the"B"
their best four scores: addedup 79; for a total of 346. boys---Beo'sole, Brown, Dame and
to 343 against VF-174s 346. Haney's 75 was low for the first Beathard---rate "A" attention
VAP-62 was thirteen strokes off day as he carved out a 38-37 ... every Saturday.
the pace with a 356. only three over par with one birdie Washington looms as a trouble-
The ComFairJax team shot the and one bogie for the 18. maker, but depth problems cause
following scores:Mike Hollack, 79; The second day, VAP-62 came concern In Seattle.Stanford,UCLA
charging after the leaders on the and Calfornla are hampered bya
basis of another 75, this time by combination of thingsamongthem

Bob O'Neil who used the same pat __#_4' .. :. '. lack of material, coaching
r tern established by Haney and had changes and Southern California.
one birdie, one bogie, the rest all IT'S MINE Both Lt. (jg) Bob O'Neill, left, and Ens. Tom Haney Washington State plays only two
par. Others on V AP-62's team are claiming the medalist trophy presented at the conclusion of conference games.
w came through as follows: H. South- the recent ComFairJax Golf Tournament. Both shot 75s duringthe
M ard, 85; C.L. Chute, 89; Jay H. two day, 36 hole event. They were declared co-medalists and News stories can leave one
Hall, 99; and T. J. Jackson, 90; were made for a second trophy. However, at the wondering what happened, like this
for a* total of 339, lowest team arrangements hand and it looked touch and account of an auto accident:
there.was only one on
score shot during the tournament. presentation 12 NAS Mrs. Doe, In attempting to get
Attack at
is from Squadron
ComFairJax slipped off a little go for a few minutes. Honey out of the way of the auto, fellto
the second day but not enough to Cecil, while O'Neil is attached to Heavy Photographic Squadron the pavement, injuring her
NAS Jax. Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))
drop their lead as they came 62 here at (Navy somewhat
through with a 346 comprised of
WESTSIDESERVING : Hollack's 83, Decker's 92, Whel-. AIR SASE
chel's 87, Walker's 86, and Strum's

90. MOTORS inc.
Final scores were ComFairJax

I Squadron-174 689, VAP-62 708.695, and Fighter New and Used Cars

SOUTHWEST Other teams In the tournamentand

I !! } DUVAL COUNTY their order of finish are as All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
30 Attack -
WITH follows: Patrol Squadron ;
COMPLETE Squadron 15; Carrier Air
CONVENIENT Group One; Light Photographic Before used
MODERN you buy any new or car --
BANKING Squadron 45; Patrol Squadron 7;
SERVICES and Fleet Air Wing 1L .
The presentation trophies was SEE US FIRST !
MOURL. held last Friday and Rear Admiral
/JO.M400 PMA..4.
1.11.r..1:7OAM.4OOPMPr.1..1J1 : Robert Goldthwaite, CommanderFleet
AMPM..All D,. ..
Air Jacksonville, presentedthe
winners and runner-up trophiesas More than 100 car inventory to choose from
1.- well as the medalist trophy
shared by O'Neil and Haney.
Haney also received a trophy as Financing arranged for you
Individual champion for his roundsof
75-83 for a total of 158 and
I HANDING OULIVAID .. 7,1-(1161, Mickey Backus of Patrol Squadron PHONE 384-5575

30 received the Individual runnerup -
trophy for his rounds of 82-
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