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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official 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 service advertised

VOL. 21 NO. ,27 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 12, 1963 ... .


RAdm. Goldwaite Urges All Sheila May Have U.S. Record <



To Participate In UCSC Jax Skydivers Set Florida High. :


By Mae Spencer J01] I
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Keymen and other voluntary workers gathered this morning at Altitude Record At 24,964 Feet
King Hall For the "ktckoff" of the 1963 United Community Service
Campaign. This annual campaign provides the opportunity for militaryand By Marc Whetstone, JO]
civilian employees alike contribute to the community's charities Seven Jax Navy Sport Para-
through voluntary giving to some 43 agencies.The chutists soared through clear,
keynote speakers for the cloudless skies over Whitehouse
meeting were Rear Admiral Robert campaign some $120,000 dollars Field last Sunday morning, unofficially -
Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air was raised.If establishing two Florida.
Jax and Commander Naval Air anyone is Interested in view. n r < State high altitude jump recordsand -
Bases 6ND and ing the agencies and their activities I
Laurence F. Lee, niIa possibly setting a national
;.. Jr., Campaign Chairman and supported by the USC they may } 1 r record.
Chairman of the Board and make arragements to visit by call- Y r Future Skydivers out to break
President of the Pennlsular Life Ing EL 3-968L the men's Jump record will now
Insurance Co. The drive Is slated to run until have to travel upward In excessof
Other dignitaries present included October 25. 24,964 feet while .women are
: Ralph DiSanto, new faced with an altitude of 20,764
Campaign manager; Capt. Fred BULLETINCNO feet.The
Priestman, USN (ret.) coordinator women's record was set
for the Federal Division, has announced VP-5 the by 20-year-old Navy Wave Sheila
and Captain John D. Sullivan, NAS recipient of ASW 1963 Captain Kavanaugh, a radioman third class*
Supply Officer and Leonard Arnold Isbell Trophy. Full report assigned to NAS Communications.
Eubanks Industrial Relations Officer next week. Although It has yet to be verified I
who are the cochairmenfor *** by the Parachute Club of I
the Navy Duval Steering Com- r. America, it Is felt bymwflbersof
Jax Fliers In AII
Navy -Navy
mittee. the club that Miss Kavanaugn's
This year's drive has no fixed Softball Tournament..seePage Jump might also be a national
goal established but the emphasiswill 9. record.
be on 100 percent par- 444 Accompanying the distaff
ticipation with a days pay forth- chutist on her Jump was Robert
Mohawks Graduate Tomor
coming from each individual, UCS Army Etheridge, a 26-year-old airman I
officials stated. In last years row..see Page II. first class with the AF679thSquad- '
ron based here. He was the first
male skydiver to exceed the
DeLand Falling Angels ParachuteClub
r R record of a reported 19,600

i feet.The
trip earthward for the first
rli HOW IT LOOKS from 25,000 feet over Jacksonville is studied by two Jumpers of the day "was
i- : members of the Jax Navy Sports Parachute Club moments before thrilling," according to Sheila.
they boarded a plane to set a new Florida State high altitude, record This Is understandable considering -
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of 24,964 feet. Arrow indicates approach to Whitehouse Field, they reached a speed of 120
; 9 e site of the drop zone. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)), miles an hour during their one-
minute, 37-second free fall before
i. q opening their parachutes.
New Generator Provides Etheridge's record stood about
'- 26 minutes, however, as the five
f -- remaining Jaxparachutists reached -

: Uninterrupted Power To RATCC began the their near historic 25,000-foot descents.height and _

A new emergency generator engine generator. It can operatefor Leading the group was club pre-
r r r (VPS-150)) has been installed in about two days without re- sident Miles Gibson, 29, an
.4 f Building 118 to supply unlnter- fueling.The ordnanceman first class assignedto
F4 ruped power to the Radar Air Traffic unit Is so fast that the human VP-30. Following him were
Control Center located there.It eye cannot detect even a Harry Wood 33, a second class
will provide an immediateun- flicker In the lights during the parachute rigger with VA-44 at
+ k Iterrupted changeover to emer- changeover phase. Commander NAS Cecil Field; Rick Marini, 23,
gency electrical power for the air O.S. Braddock, Air Traffic Con- third class hospital corpsman ;} I
1 traffic control radar and commun- trol Officer says, "It is the speediest assigned to the NATTU Dis- j'
ications system In the event the thing I've seen since the Invention pensary; Larry Parmer 19, an J I'
regular commerical power sourceIs of lubricated lightening." aviation electrician's mate third
cut and furnish power to all The VPS-150 ellmnates any loss class of VP-30; and Ted Sergent,
emergency circuits In Bldg. 118 of radar presenatlon radio communications 27, first class parachute rigger ,
j ,4 ... Including the Control Tower Communications which might affect the with VF-14 Cecil Field. I
: .,. It is excited by a safety of an aircraft departing or Like the two before them, the
..... .-::,.. change of 1/5 of one cycle of arriving NAS, Jax. It replaces an five-man team also went Into a
"EVERYTHING LOOKS OK", says Henry L. Norwood, ENCM of current and remains in operation old emergency power' sourcein free fall which lasted two minutes
Communications' Ground Electronics Maintenancs Division as he until commerical power is either which existed a 15 to 20 second and found them travelling better
repaired or re-synchronized with delay in the RATCC than 200 miles an hour before
checks over the recently installed VPS-150 emergency generatorin power to
Bldg. 118. This generator is designed to supply uninterruptedpower the power supply. equipment. The old dlesel unit was pulling their ripcords ."tt .'" I
The unit consists of an electric said to be unreliable. Although Gibson was first i
Photo very
to the Radar Air Traffic Control Center horse (Navy
by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). motor and a/c generator driven The new unit, which cost$46,700 to leave the aircraft from the j
by a General Motors V71 diesel (Continued on Page 7)) (Continued On Page 11))

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The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Violation Record distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service InformationOffice,
Following Is a report of traffic 12:00 noon before
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by qn Monday
violations for the period August 25 publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-

through September 7: Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 81 2.
ew NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
This week (period Aug. 25 through 8 Florida
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville --
13
Sept. 7)). 359-4040or 359-027L
Telephone
Total accidents this year through

Sept. 7. 191
Number of accidents through Aug- -VOL. 21 N0.27: SEPTEMBER 27, 1963,

ust 1962. '. 173 1 r '
Number of days since last InjuryIn EditorialSchools
motor vechlcle accident. 8

AUMSeR OF VIOLATIONSThis Now Open

week (Aug. 25 through Sept.


Reckless Speeding.7)).driving.. ... . 71 19 3 But What Is Taught?

Going through stop sign. 3 Schools have either just reopened or will reopen soon. Youngstersof
ENLISTED TO OFFICER James E. Tuthill PHCL( ) and ThomasW. Other violations. . 46 military personnel stationed all over the world will return to their
Grawrock, ADJ1 P-l (R) of VAP-62 receive their commissionsas books after a summer of frolicking and freedom from study. College
ensigns from John D. Stufflebeem, commanding officer of VAP- Sixty-eight drivers appeared before students will go back to their classrooms where professors will try
62. Grawrock, who has been stationed here since 'December 1959 the Traffic Hearing Board at to explain to them the world In which they live.

received the SecNav Commendation for Achievement Award earlier the meeting held on September 9. Education, it will be reiterated again and again, leads to better

this year. Tuthill has been aboard since September 1962.Ha( Disposition of the cases Includedthe jobs, higher pay, and better opportunities for wealth and fame. Drop-
vy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)). following: 28 lost driving and outs will be urged to return to school In order not to forfeit higher
parking privileges aboard the wages and more attractive employment. In all, the major emphasis on
station for various periods; 25 education seems to be as an Investment for better material returns and

were assigned to complete an economic wellbeing.It .
The Right Side Of SafetyIllegal eight hour course In remedial would be wrong to disregard or deny the economic advantages

driving Instructions; 18 received Inherent In education. However, we should also stress and emphasizethe

suspended penalties; five were ultimate purpose of true education. It Is to grow to "know thyselr'
speed and speed too fast for existing conditions (as every- given warnings; nine were dis- and to know others. Knowing others will lead to understanding and
body knows and not enough people admit), are factors In top-heavy missed and eight referred to com- true understanding will lead to the respect for your fellow man.
-percentage of traffic smashups. .. manding officers for possible dis- In the world in which we live, the understanding of and respect for
Drinking drivers and drivers ciplinary action. fellow men Is more Important and more difficult to achieve than any
with which he dies becomes pub-
who fall to give the right of way lie record. In his frantic haste other goaL If the goal is reached It will lead to true world peace and
are also Involved In, and responsible bring certain self satisfaction to all individuals at a time when anxiety,
chances are he doesn't' die alone.
for, many times the number tension and disaffection MUST fade away.It .
Sometimes a meets his Central
School
person High
of accidents credited to them. Is the halls of
to
end because of a family argument, up learning to open the portals of the human
Another high-ranking cause of heart,to these truths. AFPS
( )
a dressing down by the boss, or Offers German Classes
traffic mishaps Is being on the Editorial
wrong side of the road at the wrong some personal unpleasantness. In for class In
a
his Irritation he will take chances Registrations
time. This Is more properly cal-
that ordinarily would frighten him speaking and writing German are
led "failure to stay In correctlane" speechless. He transfers his pow being accepted by the Duval The Ride to the Top
and
"Illegal passing.
hostility to everyone else In his Central Adult Training School In
Unlike most speed related violations -
path. Most drivers probably can Jacksonville.
., failure to stay In the cor- recall being passed by a snarling, There's a registration fee of
Is
rect lane usually means the guilty glowering driver apparently so $2 for the entire course conducted Sparked by Pride
take the Innocent along with them. and from
worked that he Mondays Wednesdays
The only way an accident can occur up practically Pride goeth before a fall"
6-8
forces oncoming cars off the road. p.m.
merely by crossing the center- When Innocent drivers are not For further Information phoneEL However a man without pride will never attain high enough placeIn
line Is to find another vehicle there the scheme of things to need worry lest he fall The prideless
3-3017.
able to out of the the
before you. This happens fre- get way worm most certMnly hs no place /alL..and to bounce never.
groundwork for a three (or more)
quently enough to make Ita leading car collision is laid. Military' men and women without
contributor to death on our high- pride In their country, their Ser
STAY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF

ways.Falling to stay In the correct SAFETY 1 1Blood I+''E ACE IS ON. vice the worm and themselves and seldom are crawl likened to the to

lane Is most frequently fatal whenIt upper strata In their chosen way of
happens in rural areas where

higher speeds prevail Virtuallyon life.There once was a moving picture
i.
a time schedule there is ': ; It
a ; : called "Pride of the Yankees.
smashing collision that results in DonorsSixteen ":"",. .,. : :: ; fH e 6u8d was the film version of Lou
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Immediate loss of life to some, : ;'::' ." 4 "WHATCANS Gehrig's life. A master exampleof

permanent disablement to others, ".: (. ,:. ; 1j/ DO a proud individual becoming part
FOR
because In the FREEDOM
someone was "
wrong of .
a proud team.A
,- ..lane. This could never happen, enlisted persons recent- :\:< ", proud soldier In a proud unit
except through some unexpected ly donated blood to the Naval Hosp- TNT EIJTRy is a good soldier.A .
mechanical trouble, if ". ,.: 1
everyone ital Blood Donor Center. ., proud sailor on a proud shipIs
would think before pulling out of Donating from AOA School .N. : LErrE'/Nor MORE a good sailor.A .

line.Whenever NATTU were: Paul H. Bright, L' mAN 500 WOROS proud airman on proud plane
someone Is killed because A03; Billy F. Case, AA; RolandW. is a good airman.A .
another driver is In the Paradise,AA:Stanly C. Porter-, ; I THE proud Marine In a proud com
wrong lane you can, with few exceptions field, AN; and Thomas P. Rankin, PEAPL.INEI : pany Is a good Marine.
call It human
ego,humanstupidity ATL All four pridetul servicemen
or human carelessness.The The Naval Hospital donor was I Mt- r J NoV/g63rop could be riding for a fall. But the
secret to accident free William Kitson, FN. misfortune to fall depends on the
driving Is, In pan, maturity of Those donating from the NAS Indulgence In pride that leads to a
judgment. Those who are adultIn Brig were: Maurice W. Adams, PR1Z000. : "humpty-dumpty." Pride like
their thinking and attitude toward AN; Edward W. Basinger, AA; everything else will blow up If
life, have fewer accidents than John J. Beaty, AA; Thomas L': .>/ If/ mistreated.But .

those whose lives are ruled by Fawley, SR; Edward J. Geisler, have no fear when you feel
emotion.A AN; Francis J. Lauzon,AR;RobertE. ; pride in your flag in yourself and

person who fritters away time, Meyer, SA; and Melvyn L. MA 11fa: your nation. and of your contri-
until he's late for an appointmentIs Moore, AA.Those bution to liberty and freedom .
not very adult If he takes tremendous donors from NAS Public 1 FREEOOMSvJ' but beware of the belittlement of

driving risks to get thereon Works Department were: BradfordH. others, the flash of fool's gold,
time. All,too often his luck Cleaves, EOH3 and Willie E. c-J VA LCUNA4for1/ for In truth you will fall Being
finally runs out, and the violence Tucker, UTA3. : ; PA. honest pride Is theflgn, of a MAN.

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NAS lax Nearly Synonymous, ., ,. ... .SPACE FOR..- LARGE';. GM.' SCALE Pope

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With Modern managementSecond Data Processing Officer, and
Clyde M. Kennedy, Assistant
( In A Series)
Data Processing Officer, view
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The name Naval Air Station Jacksonville has become almost the 32'x 60'room which has
synonymous with the term modern management. Indicative of this been readied for the large frame

is the increasing volume of correspondence, telephone calls, and computer which is expected to
personal visits from* personnel of other commands requesting mat- be furnished to NAS Jackson

erial and information on specific management programs here at ville in the near future.
Jacksonville under the command of Captain James R. Compton.

Among, the ,many, management "
oriented programs Jacksonville,
three in particular are generating :* *
Navy-wide interest. These are in
brief: '
MAO-The Management Analysis
s rs Office, headed by Boyd R. Dixon, 4w '
is the first of its kind in a Bureauof t Y7

Weapons'Field Support Activity
where direct personal management
assistance Is provided to the com-
manding officer for command-wide

DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM ... The second 1401 Computer is problems.
welcomed aboard by Cdr. George S. Pope, Data Processing Offj. VALUE ANALYSIS This pro- 9

cer. The red or blue color plates serve to identify the particulartwin gram, sponsored primarily by the
as it bears its share of the data processing workload. Overhaul and Repair Department
under Captain R. H. Fagan, puts
the spotlight on high cost areas 0
and then engineers a way to accomplish
the same function at a

lower cost. This program, duringthe

first year of operation, saved ,
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over $400,000 for the 0&.R Department a"mushrooming" 4 y..Y

and was so outstanding, Kecent pro-
It was stated that Assistant
Secretary Defense Deputy George Fouch gressive steps have Included of : Last Vet of 1916
L The formation a separate
visited the Naval Air Station in
Data Processing Department on
July to personally see the pro- January 1, 1963. Campaign Retires
In operation.
gram 2. The establishment of a full
EDP-The Electronic Data Pro-
time data processing officer billet Washington (AFPS) Maj. Gen.
cessing under the
of program and the filling of the position Donald W. McGowan, the last
guidance Commander G.S.
and Pope with a well qualified Supply Corps active duty veteran of the Mexican t i'
Clyde Kennedy, Is of the utmost
officer with commander rank. Border Campaign of 1916, has
Importance to the efficient man-
3. The receipt of a second IBM retired. He was Chief of the National
agement of the Station. It has made
Model 1401 data processing system Guard Bureau and had
great strides In recent months,
especially In the area of computing thus doubling the activity's com- completed 47 years of military
and In puter capabilities. service.
training personnel in the
use of the new hardware and 4. The modernization and en- General McGowan, who turned
9Rv systems. The data processing largement of floor spaces assigned 64 on his retirement'date, servedas
operation at. Jacksonville isVP16 for the electronic data pro- a sergeant major In theMeuse-
cessing facility. Argonne during WWI and as 102d
a 5. The updating procurementof Armored Cavalry Regiment com-
Det. more rapid peripheral equip- mander during the Normandy Invasion
ment and the cut-In of Autodin In WWII.
Returns HomeThe Terminal Equipment through whichis
provided a data communicationlink
with all DOD
last three plane detachmentof activities.
6. The installation of
source
Patrol Squadron Sixteen return-
IiIIIx ed to NAS Jacksonville on Wed- data automation, using Stromberg

nesday, Sept. 4, completing three Transacters and Compilers, to
months of antisubmarine and ship- collect Industrial data from pro- w
ping surveillance duties in the Car- duction shop areas of the Over-
ibbean area. haul and Repair Department.The .

VP-16, commanded by Cdr. L.H. three management pro-
Boutte, assumed the DetachmentSix grams described briefly are onlya
I I duties at Naval Station Roose- part of the total management

velt Roads, Puerto Rico last June. picture here at Jacksonville.The .
ASW crews and aircraft were Interest, motivation, and pro-
rotated ,on a scheduled basis until fessional competence of the
last week when the Carribbean Individual employees responsiblefor WESTSIDE:

patrol duties were taken over bya the day-to-day operation of the

Greyhound offers special reduced one way and round trip simillar VP-23 detachme t from programs that make them are successful.really the factors g)

fares for military personnel. Frequent schedules, exclusive NAS Brunswick, Maine. Next Week-Automation and
NAS.
.. "a Scenicruiser Service and a whopping 150 pound bag-
gage allowance tool 1 SERVING
SOUTHwEST

FOR ECONOMY, GO GREYHOUND. ., COUNTY
AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US. WITH
". COMPLETE
Save on Greyhound 'low fares to pieces /like theses CONVENIENT

Deiflnoflbn' On wWoy RoundTflp DesfInatlon OneWoy Round Trip COMMERCIAL MODERN

: Atlanta $ 8.20 $16.40| Memphis 14.45.28.90 BANKING
Charlotte 9.45. 18.85 I Miami 6.95.13.90 SERVICES
Cincinnati 18.20.36.40 I New Orleans 13.6027.15 f

18.20.36.40 I HOURS .
Louisville Washington 17.9535.85 te".TIw. i:10 AM100M
: Sptcltl round trip f,rt for military personnel)en pu.furtouth or l hive. \I 0-Jn T.H.r..1:70AM.AM-1 PM..tn OPa D.N..

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." Patrol Plane Commander Lt. Cd. Joe Josephson greets

.and leave the driving I to us Mink upon their arrival at NAS Jacksonville from deployment and Lt. Lee
.. the Naval Station Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico (Navy Photo to Member of FfllC
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CPO Club [Bluejackets Inn1" Acey Ducy Oceanographer Named Somewhere looks to each there of us Is for somebodywho leader-

I I "I I I Washington (AFPS) RearAdm. ship in some, field. At the same
n'I Denys W. Knoll has been appointed -
Notes D01 Club Oceanographer of the Navy. time, however, leaders are also
followers. Followers, in fact
Admiral Knoll, with headquartersat
Thursday, September 12 Thursday, September 12 the Naval OceanographicOffice, are the backbone of every organ-
Thursday, September 12
ization. the backbone of
Hour Dance contest & Dance featuring Country Drifters 8:30: p.m.11:30 Suitland, Md., will head the Navy's the nation They itself.are E.M. Clark
Happy Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings p.m. accelerated strategic effort to (
Pres, South Western Bell Tele-
Friday, September 13 8:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m. 13 study the world's seas.
Friday, September
phone Co, Vital Speeches.)
Friday, September 13
Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" Dance featuring March Wilson and Cappies Combo 8:00 p.m.12:30 .. ._

Saturday, September 14 Red Coats 9:00 p.m100 a.m. a.m.
Saturday, September 14 Saturday, September 14
Dance to Phil ..:1
Cay Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Marc Castle 8:00 p.m. 12:30: r.m": ':':'9':':':':'" NEED A HOUSE? ".':':':$:::

Sunday, September 15 9:00 p.m100 a.m. a.m. rwCALL
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Dance to Cappy's Combo Sunday, September 15 Sunday, September 15 '

Phil Cay and the Chantels8:00p.m12:00 The Components 8:30: p.m. ..%..:.::.::::::\...J'. Schub. (USNRet.) 'i ... .
Monday, September 16 a.m.Monday 11:30 p.m.Monday. Wtt Dr.s.enhng. L. Ahern, Realtor I
Pizza Night September 16 \\ W SALES IN ALL LOCATIONS ''
Tuesday, September 17 Dining and Dancing September 16 l Ortega Avondale *VenetiaCedar Hills ';
Band Auditioning i\:\::;Yfh\ : -Riverside.t.Nt *
Happy Hour Tuesday, September 17 17 : FHA VA LISTINGS AVAILABLE
Tuesday, September
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Hour 5:00 7:00 \\\\\\g\\\\ '\: Phone EL 6-1559 New Offices at 5 Points Area
Wednesday, September 18 Happy p.m. p.m.
Game Night lliMt Home Phone RA 1-085 J
Western Night Country Drifters Wednesday, September 18 Wednesday, September 18

Game Night 8:00 p.m. Amateur Hour
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Movies will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on BUSTHIGH
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-
side and NATTU Theaters and at
7 p.m. only on Sunday at theHospital .
PRICES! '
Theater. These times are sub-
ject to change.

Thursday, September 12 9A.M.'TIL OPEN. 5642 NORMANDY BLVD.PH. .

Mainside The Cool Of The Day
NATTUnlt It Happened At The
World's Fair 9 P.M, 388-5447
HospitalTerm Of Trial

Friday, September 13

Mainside Operation Bikini
NATTUnit The Cool Of The Day i:
Hospital It Happened At The WESTINGHOUSE
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NATTUnit Operation Bikini who'1
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Sunday, September 15

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you think that you're having CITIZEN- Good citizens are the
trouble supporting your wife, just products of good schools. Inferior Leadrlllip Academy Exams To Be
try not supporting her. education breeds Inferior

think If you that ask I* me shall. I*will never agree see, a I Speeches citizens. of Brendan the Day. Byrne, Vital Survey Held In Jax Nov. 9th

poem so lovely as a t'ree-A t'reeday The theme for the 1963 Freedoms
pass made out to me. Reported Congressman Charles E. Bennett has announced that the compet-
Foundation
Letter Writing Contestis
.
.
"What Can I Do For Freedom?" itive examination for Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, and
A report on a survey conductedlast U.S. Merchant Marine Academy will be administered Saturday, Nov-

the ONE to March and April of Navy ember 9. .
place Leadership Schools and Courses All legal residents ot the Second

call for has been released by the Chiefof Congressional District (Duval UCSC Serves
Naval Personnel County) who will be at least age
Within the context of the report 17 and not over age 22 at the time
there is outlined information of entry in July 1964 are eligible. 43 Agencies
commended by BuPers for use in Applications should be made to
money General Military Training. This Congressman Bennett in care of Within
recommended guide derived from a 226 Federal Bldg. Jacksonville,on City
study of 75 leadership schools and or before October 1 in order that

Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good reason courses and is contained within proper examination can be made. The,Children's Museum and the
the four enclosures of the reportThey Congressman Bennett stated that Salvation Army are, just two of the
furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-itl! And get
are listed under films, tapes there will be two vacancies at 43 agencies served by the United
Beneficial' International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
and other aids used in conducting the Naval Academy; one at the Community Services Campaign.The .
Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any. leadership courses, and AppendixC Air Force Academy; and ten at Children's Museum helps
where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! to the revised U.S. Navy Leader- the Merchant Marine Academy for build better Jacksonville by help-

ship Manual NavPers 15934. which nominations will be madeas Ing children to use their senses-
BENEFICIALFINANCE The survey revealed that some a result of the examination. all of themto learn about the
130 films, 16 tapes and 7 typesof There are no anticipated vacanciesfor world about them as they grow.
SYSTEM handouts were reported to be the Military Academy at West They are curious, enthusiastic and
loans up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note in use in the 75 leadership courses Point in 1964, but if any develop ingenious. They like to explore,
surveyed.The later, this examination would be touch, smell, see and create.They
JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
311 West Bay St. Mayflower Hotel. . Elgin 3.4473 report, addressed to spun applicable, it was stated. need leadership In such learning.
-5059Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). ,CV 4.4595 sors and staffs of leadership: This the Children's Museum
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L Forest Shopping Ctr.). ,PO 5-2623 schools and courses, is dated provides.
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington August 22 and is subjected;Surveyof Educators are well aware that
Town & Country Shopping Center . . .RA 4.7910 Leadership Courses; Aids. LIFELife i is a series of experiences curiosity Is the beginning of
60. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida Further information pertainingto It is a and the wisdom. Individual teachers have
3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate PUza. . ,EX 8.1515 game
this
M report or similar leader- rules of the game say that you long provided various exhibits of
ship material may be obtain are rewarded according to the way objects with which to arouse cur-
through the local BuPers Leader- you play it.-Marcus Bach. Makeit iosity. It is therefore of real
ship Team in Bldg. 40. an Adventure (Prentice-Hall) Interest that the JacksonvilleChildren's
VP UfA WU VPJ
( U1L VPJU UIU Museum grew out of the

t efforts of one devoted teacher,
dial EV 8-7676 the late Miss Madge Wallace. Firston

card tables in the Barnett
r MILITARY National Bank, then In the Duval
County Armory. Finally, in 1948,
the Museum moved into 1061

: l INSURANCE Riverside Avenue, through the assistance -
) T auro piawbI g of the Junior League.
} The Museum is currently sup-

iAiM ported by the City of Jacksonville,
: *wu: WOsOI a.OYY ONr Duval County, the Duval County
INSURANCE School System and the United Com

':4iV: :',V111i; ;; :, 4t1+11\:}i:::}": :;, } McDOUGALL'S AGENCY munity Service Campaign. A trust
6483 Roosevelt Blri-Neu NASJtcksaarllltSEAMLESS fund has been
set up to receive individual -
contributions and me
;;::
.. ,. }1\,; ; !,yKtis morials.
The Salvation Army provides for
the welfare of families deprived

1taIwav p because of floods, desertion, fire

I and unemployment.Some .
}? ?' :;+a's.;
; 1ra of the divisions of the Sal-
;:
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sIiCssbi. ; :r \ ,
}slnnl. } I sls } 1 1 s '+ a
}s. } }sr }; .y;} } isyt}+is1s\id r.:: vation
Army are the Men's Social

aruim am Service Center; the Keystone
Heights Camp; The Women's
Emergency Home; the Red Shield
Lodge and the Senior Center.

The purpose of the Men's Centeris
,
1vN, ,;, s1s\\.I\: } :}1)a1MHbCs'1 the
} : }:i ru.i rehabilitation of men
.
1sC'::'? ?'.i;;;i:'}?;:?':':s {"
spiritually, physically, and so-
cially. Work therapy is provided
through the processing of donated
NYLONS
:1. Si.i; ;:> materials, while the Keystone
i' ;1ssi: ;;:; :i+':s+':isi: ;:;:;;};;?;
::1'n: k1p,11 :i?::':is'r:::"': Heights Camp provides ki-dness,
<>}h iIC.y\\QSOsiv; }+?}
.. 'Ii.NS understanding and concern whichis
.
- th ysigns Mesh & to the delight of any mother and
.},: 1 ro Reg. Stitch. Reg. 541 her small boy or girl

400 needle 15 denier ValueStreak The Women's Emergency HomeIs
p another service which provides
Free. facilities for confidential serviceto
the expectant unmarried
All Nylon From Top To Toe. mother. The program Is three-
fold: Spiritual Medical and SociaL
,
:'''i''ti+'';ii\1'F1 1;; s1;<};<}\irysl1_ sI j. ,
2 Shades. 39 The
I Red Shield Lodge, provides
FRIDAY 't
''}i 1nS assistance to persons while
SUN TONE ONLY seeking work, or passing throughto

TAN TONE other cities, food, lodging,
counsel, and work placements.
Sizes 8tf to 11. or These services are available to the
transient man or family. Last
? 5: but not least, there is the Senior
a Center, which combines social, recreation
3 Pr
for $1.15 and spiritual activitiesfor
senior citizens.

..j. 3 and 4 Bedrooms ._

0 Our Lay-A. Patient: "Is my mouth open
.
From We" P Ion. No. G. C. Murphy Go. II23 Roo.. vct| far enough?"
S10.900 SI2,500
B Et( Co, "II' Roc vpi* Dentist: "Yes, .I Intend to stand
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12, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS

t'V",., '
\. Wives
I Navy
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Club Opens


New "ome'


With a snip of the scissors, Ads should l b. moiled// to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd Drbf,
wielded by Captain James R. Jacksonville/ 8, Florida, to arrive/ not later thon Tuttday for pubcofIon /*-
the following Thofjdoy. Ads arriving too lot* for this dead
Compton, on Saturday evening, the lint will be published the following week units the publisher, It
r Navy Wives Club ##186 officially Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
their Clubhouse In the od must be nee Wed WITH the copy for the ad.
opened new
DO NOT SEND CASH.
Bldg. 716 on the station.
The Clubhouse has been named RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
"Compton Hall" In honor of Capt. Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35

and Mrs. J.R. Compton, who are
sponsors of the wives' club.

WITHA SNIP OF THE SCISSORS opening Special were guests: Rear attending Admiral the JEANS SCHOOL OF DANCING FOR RENT 3 BR,modern country

EXPRESSWAY Capt. J. R. Compton, HAS CO Robert Goldthwaite, CommanderFleet Venetia-Orange ParkWestconnettHula home. Corner lot 125 x 265. Lg

officially opened the new Club Air Jacksonville and Naval Ballet, Tap, Jazz. EV 4-3055 shade trees. 61/2 ml from Cecil
house (Bldg.716)) of the Jax Navy 10 mil from NAS. 16 x
APARTMENTS SP 1-0712 Field.
or
Wives Club) No. 86 last Saturday Air Bases 6 ND; Captain and Mrs.
evening. Looking on is RAdm. J.M. Manner, Naval Hospital CO; 28 pool. Unfurnished. $100 mo.
Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Captain and Mrs. C.G. Strum, CHILD CARE 350 hourly, Days 4926 Lambrin Rd. SP 1-5173.
Now renting 2Yi} Bedrooms Fleet Air Jax andNaval Bases Naval Air Technical Training Unit 1.50, Board 45 mo. 10 weekly.
Conveniently located to 6ND. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner CO; Commander and Mrs. L.A. Pets, plants cared for cheap. RIDE WANTED 0715-1600 At-

Downtown and JIAS.FURNISH PH2.P1)). Menard, Jr., NAS Executing Of- Boxes, ctns etc stored. 7716698. lantic & Univ. Blvd. to NATTU,
1 ficer; Commander and Mrs. R.W. ext. 8262 / RA 48368.
ED.$70.00 Sweltering travelers driving Radcliffe, NAS Chaplain; Com- Normandy Church of the Nazarene
UNFURNISHED.$55.00Cleo along the New Jersey Turnpike with mander and Mrs. W.J. Schub, USN 7020 Ramona Blvd. Sunday School FAIRFAX MANOR 4158 ShirleyAve.

the thermometer hitting 99 (ret.); Lieutenant and Mrs. K. 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Worship: 11:00: Neat furnished cottage, large
degrees, thought the heat had Neilsen and officers of the May- a.m. NYPS: 6:30 p.m. Evangel- yard utilities furnished. $55 per
Davis I addled then when they saw a sign: port Navy Wives Club ##20L istic Service: 7:30 p.m. Wed. mo. EV 75789.
"drive slow--ice and snow." Board Officers received the Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p.m. Rev.J. .

The warning was flashing near guests In the lobby while Mrs. D. Havener, Pastor, EV 71131. FURN APT. Lake Shore, small,
REALTORS-INSURORS the Lincoln Tunnel Exit. State Thomas J. Bennett made the in- utilities Turn conv. to N.A.5.bus,
588 S. EDGE WOOD police had no explanation except troductions. Mrs. Richard Wells Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon? etc. $50 a mo. EV 94275.

EV 4-6444 that possible the heat had causedthe was In charge of the guest book. Considering a govt. Civil serVice
electronic control to go hay Mrs. J. Hagen and Mrs. J. Bush position? For information call FOR SALECedar Hills, 7 1 rms,
wire. served punch. 398-6786 or 771-6187 after 5 p.m. 2100 sq. ft. Inch. 2 car garage
I 22 14 LR & fireplace oak firs
General chairman of the reception x ,
was Mrs. Thomas J. Ben- HOUSE FOR SALEAvondale central heat, corner lot, fenced
older but good home In better sec- EL 4-7111 555.
ext.
nett who was assisted by Mrs. yard.
Need goin' home ? Henry Wernet, Club President and tion. 3 BR, 2 B, Florida Room,
money sep. DR, all rooms large. Excellent FOR SALE Packard 4-dr Sedan
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Mrs. Stan-
school area. 2blocks from Radio Auto Shift
Bargain. Spot-
ley Cottr11l Mrs. Joseph Skapyak
: ; avondale Shopping Area. $13,000- light, etc. $150. Cdr. Beyer
Mrs. R. Wells, Mrs. James Brad-
approx. $79 mo. 3561559. 8615 or 549.
street and Mrs. Ben Toothacher.In .
other doings of the Club Mrs.
David McCoy was welcomed Into
the group at the meeting held on 0,.. NlfhHy: 5 P.M. to 12 MHtefckt. .
Wednesday, September 4. Mrs. a..d.r12 N.e. N MI/ILI6M NOW OPENCHANNEL

Robert H. Hissam resigned as
Foster Child Chairman and Mrs. 1
Joseph Hagen was named to take CATFISH

over the chairmanship.A STEAKS
National Convention of Navy '
Wives Clubs of America Is 0 CHICKEN

& scheduled for October at Great a SHRIMP

Lakes, 111. Jax #86 will send the ; y: o FRENCH FRIED
--Mrs.
following delegates Henry
Wernet, Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, /QCIHIEt5 ONION RINGS

Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett and Mrs. TAKE-OUT SERVICE
3431 HANDING BIVD. of CEDAR RIVER
Cottrill. Mrs. Harold
Stanley JACkSONVILlE. FLORIDA Ph. 771.5SS
Krause and Mrs. Richard Wells
were elected as alternates.
Revisions to the National Bylaws -
was discussed at the Wed-

nesday meeting, as this is to be
one of the main I items on the agenda

of the Convention.An E
open house coffee will be heldon

Get to $600 from HFC Sept. 21, at the Clubhouse and I
up all members are urged to attend __

Anytime you find yourself short of cash-that's a good and bring guests.
The business
next will
time to think of HFC Household Finance. More servo meeting
be September 18 at 7:30 At
icemen do...over 100,000,every year. Maywe help you? p.m.
this
time revisions to the National rIlr Qw
By-laws will be discussed again.
Yw MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS Jacksonville
24 ma It 6
Ask about i p yls b' '' poresrs pryrirr New GeneratorContinued

Credit LifeInsurance $100 5.93 7.29 10.07 18.48 e' BHILLMHT DIAMOND
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 from page 1))
300 17.79 2 88 3021 55.45 '
500 28.97 35:55: 49.75 91.78 and Is manufactured by Consolidated t ENGAGEMENT SETS
loans at Electric of Stam
on Diesel Corp.
600 34.39 42.66 59,35 109.0
ford, Conn., was Installed by a
group rate Claries art computed at 3% on that part of Ethg fog S
under the
scheduled monthly: balances not tuttdint(300 civilian contractor
end i%on my rtmainder. supervision of Public Works Department -
Nothing Down No Interest No Carrying Charges
officials. It Is now mon-
HOUSEHOLD FINANC itored and operated by Henry L. Small Payment Each Paydayat

Norwood, ENCM of Commun
ications' Ground Electronics JIM WARNER JEWLER'S INC.

Maintenance Division (GEM). "Nationwide"
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9487 24WESTFORSYTIIr

Cedar Hills Shopping Center Knowledge is power; but the more p11E .1111

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 men know about the atom, the more
they need to know about them-
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 selves.--Wayne A.R. Leys, PhD,
Above office open Friday evcningt until 8 P.M. Roosevelt College, New Outlook.



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and it is no longer necessary to
GET AMISSILE repeatedly disassemble and reassemble -
13 Civilians Receive $$885In the components to check
them. This test box enables two
AGE DEAL! men to work on the equipment

Benny Suggs ChecksThirteen simultaneously processing,time which required.has reducedthe

NEW CARS civilian employees were presented with benefical sug- Other cash award winners were;
$25-William H. Nelson, O&R$25-
gestion awards for the month of July. The checks totaling $885, wentto ;
Robert R.Thorn,O&R $20Robert
Ill Lowest Prices ;
two Departments: Overhaul and Repair and Supply.
1... Morin and John Botzko, O&R
;
Highest Trade-in Allowance The largest award $300, wentto I
n .Easy Terms-The Nicesest Treatment in Town Elbert D. Boise and JamesT. oped excessive droop which ren- $25-Leland M. Lyons. O&R; $15-
J Coburn, Overhaul and Repair dered them unfit for Issue to fleet Joseph King, O&R; $25Roosevelt -
D. Dixon, O&R $45JamesH.
units.( ;
L Department for their suggestionof
USED CARS Wood, O&R $25 DanielB.
Ground Check Blades for Trans- The second largest chock for ;
$250, was awarded to Charles M. Arnsdorff, O&R; l5-Alvln A.
mission Test Stand,Formerly rot-
z Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots Manson, O&R $15-Fannie Z.
or blades for use on the OH-43D/ Frey and Joseph J. Summers, ;
5552 Beach Blvd. 2600( Kings Ave. UH'-43C (HOK/HUK) "slave" air- Jr., O&R for their suggestion'on Kloski, Supply.The .
III 9 Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty craft used for testing overhauled "APN/97 Doppler Radar Pre-Am-
; On Every Car SoldISHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT transmissions and clutches were puffer Test Box': The design and
obtained from back-log aircraft. construction of a piece of test Constitution gives us the
MISSILE This suggestion proposed the use equipment to test quickly and efficiently right to do our own thinking. It's
of blades which were not repair- the APN/97 Doppler up to us to acquire the ability.
able for service in the fleet but Radar Pre-Amplifier. Use of this (Emil Berger, Successful Farm-
@r GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's could be safely used on this air test box has eliminated guessworkas Ing.)
craft. This saves the cost of two to which components are bad
pairs of blades because the blades
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BOLT PUSHER (L to R) Henry Gunderson, supervisory .
area spare engineer; John W. Kemp, leading aircraft mechanic
NOW OPEN (general); Louie Lagrand, master mechanic; William Purcell -
master mechanic; and Mike Cascone, employees relation
superintendent look over Kemp's design of el in mating the drill
ing and driving out of bolts, a procedure which could easily dam-
age the fitting. (Navy Photo).

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15 Modern Brunswick Pocket Billiard Tablesin
& iaI POMCG.heJeuie
a Country Club Atmosphere and an air of #

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"HENNY PENNY" CHICKEN DINNER

J. 4 pieces Chicken, French Fries,
OPEN Cole Slaw, Hot Roll..1.25
LADIES DAY

PARTY BOX

16 pieces of Chicken,
MON. SAT. 10:30 A.M. MON. SEPT 16th 4 Hot Rolls,

SUNDAY 12:00 NOON TUES. SEPT 17th 1 Pint,Cole Slaw

SNACK PAAK ....3.85

5116 BLANDING BLVD. WOMEN ADMITTED 2 French Pieces Fries Chicken, ,

Hot Roll.......75
FREE !
In The 103rd & Blanding Phone

Shopping Center FISH DINNER TO GO 389-2841
ALL DAY
ANYTIMESP 1 large Filet, Cole Slaw,
Hot Roll, Tartar Sauce.
1-2406 French Fries.*......90t ROOSEVELT
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':J"gi1TI. :,: R :{ <'1pi' { <<" ':,. ",q .. Jax. .Navv Flier Softball Team :

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,..::t',,':,::-':,::EyS,;' :':'..,;: ; : ':'" .. ,,". ', .,... ..:.. .. ". ,', ... :,}'::::: ;},:",:" Vying For AflaNy Championshipr .

I ;
; ',.'** .>, *
r Atllptlc Navy's Softball team members- supplemented' by 'top'South: .;
Regional diamondmen, 'set 'out last night tb win the All-JJavy j I

Softball Championship at Charleston, S.C. First game results were 3
available at press time. ?

.,N N6 hose Jax Pliers are Sandy

Wagner of Hospital; Charlie
Thomas of NARtU; Julian Lewjs J VP-18 Nine j

VP-30; Willie Miller of NATTUt; ..
and Bob Barrett of VP16. Ed

p McDonough of Hospital helped to
ATt .t win the Regional championship but Runnerupln f

} had to return to Jacksonville sub-
somesc '
ject to transfer.
''We won," says Coach Frank

t &7i I9 : McCaffrey, "because of the all Rota TourneyPatrol
around hussel and tremendous determination -
L\fW to win that each mar
'
-I-- displayed. soft-,
Last week the Jax squad cap- Squadron Eighteen's
ball team coached by Cdr. V.F.
tured both the
Sixth Naval
Dis-
SOUTH ATLANTIC CHAMPS (back row L to R) Bob Barrett, Jax Navy; Bob Brown, Key West; trict and the South Atlantic Regional Anderson took second place in the
Julian Lewis, Jax Navy; Dan Weed, Charleston; Bill Painter, Pensacola; Tom Graney, Key West after Base Softball Tournament held recently -
; losing only one game.
Roy Burch, Memphis; Ed McDonough, Jax Navy Bob Roberts at Naval Station,Rota,Spain.
; Memphis. (front row L toR) Frank Up the lUngs" of the winning ladder -
McCaffery, Jax Navy; Willie. Miller. Jax Navy; Bill Gandy, Memphis; Sandy Wagner, Jax Navy; ,the Jax Fliers went undefeated The Flying Phantoms of VP-18

Charlie Thomas, Jax Navy; Harr Duffy, Memphis; Mascot Rickie Sparnell, Charleston Navy. (Navy la the 6ND classic with victoriesover took over VP-ll's next to last
Photo). NAS Memphis once again position In league play upon arrivalat

..' "' "' '' 10. Rota In July. The Phantoms Improved -
'rr\ 1'1."J" : :- '
'" -..-.." ..' ,..., ,.)...,''tr\. -\' j)I', ,:"'::, _':.;:, The Regional trophy ''went to the with each game and
'' ,
\,.1 ui '' '' ...f.(. fI I \(,\1 ) "" J completed a 6-2 record In regular
\ --<. ,'1 ,"\ I r'.. ,.( \ 'J, 6ND team even though they lost
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play.
,
( HOUSING \,,s.}, their first game against NAS Dal- the
Entering tournament play
.1. las, 10. They were victoriousIn
\ offs the Phantoms
Flying swept
1 all their other contests, win-
ROBLEMS? ning over NAS Norfolk representing past three straight heavily favored
,
the Fifth Naval District, opponents behind the brilliant
'
i of the Phantoms tall
3-lj; NS San Juan, P.R., repre- pitching right
WE SOLVE THEM wrr, senting the 10th ND, 3-1; and the hander, Howard Coffey. In the
ttui final fourth game a strong Rota Station
two games against Dallas
1 which represented the EighthNav- Supply Team eased past the

'L'F-.i 4 al District, 7 to 1 and 3 to 2. Phantoms In a 6-5 slugfest, send-
r 1 ing the tournament into a fifth
Coach
McCaffrey praised the and final play-off. In the championship
performances of all the Fliers and game the Flying Phantomswere

other Sixth Naval District playersof finally edged by the Supply
QUALITY AT PRICES whom two came from Key West, nine in a hard ought contest 5-3,
'* 4 from: Memphis, 1 from Pensa-
pa CAN AFFORD 'F- thus giving the Phantoms second
!
cola and 1 from Charleston. All place In the tournament.

'* but the Charleston representativeare VP-18, commanded by Cdr. V.F.

ALLSTATE taking part In the All-Navy Anderson, is based at Jacksonville -
!: tourney. Three players from Dal- and is now on a five-month

the las All-Navy.have also been picked up for deployment to Rota.

7A53 NOfcMANPY Bl VD. Individual efforts outstanding

were home runs logged by Lewis

781-3633 and Miller. Lewis hit one In the IM
district play and two more In the BowlingThursday

regional Miller hit one In the
-......... .."v'o.. _-. district.
TINNING PITCHER .
ar ; Charlie Thomas'
pitching effort,
Thomas, winning Jax Navy pit according to McCaffrey, was near September; 12
cher, receives his individualteam perfect except for the 1-0 loss he National League

ARE trophy from Captain Edwards suffered against Dallas. He was 3:30 p.m. Bomb Score rs Marines

You RACY SPORT? Deputy Chief for ,Naval credited with winning the 12 Inning 3:30 p.m. Bandits vs Rookies

Base Charleston after winning first game against Memphis 6:00 p.m. VU-10 vs Play Boys
GET THAT LE MANS FEELING IN A
final game in the 6th Naval District In the District play. 6:00 p.m. Pro's vs Pin Pounders

SUNBEAM ALPINEThe tourney. (Navy Photo) 6:00 p.rru Owl Hoots vsPanHandlers -

Sunbeam Alpine is a winner.
8:30 p.m. NARTU ##2 vs, Eagles
This is the car that makes you
8:30: p.m. Air Frames vs Vallons
feel like you're wearing a racing
/ helmet-evenwhenyou drive into 1 8:30 p.m. Rejects vs Lucky 7
4 the office parking lot. Its impressive 1jr Monday, Septerrber: 16

) wins include: first in price American League
class,Sebring,Fla.;The EfficiencyCup 3:30 p.m. 679th V$ Riggers
( at Le Mans; 2194 miles in MOTOBI 3:30 p.m. Seabees vs Twisters
24 hrs.lncredible average speed: 6:00: p.m. Cannon Cockers vs

91 m.p.h.1 The Sunbeam Is a Sparks
budget-price winner too. 6:00 p.m. Griffins vs Trainers

tt75tf"A 6:00"B'p.,m. Needlers vs ComFalrJax


,, REALSCOOTER 8:30 p.m. Confidential vs Cutters
8:30 p.m. Marlins vs Sky War
/ riors #1

l 8:30 p.m. Colts vs Falcons
L Stroke
4 Wednesday
September 18
) .No Oil Mix
Nt- Continental League
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3:30 p.m. Spartans vs NARTU #1
SALES SERVICE PARTS -45 Miles per hour. 3:30
p.m. Sky Warriors #2 vs BB
: Bank FinancingCome Stackers
In And See 'the Opening Specials On The
6:00 MlxMasters
p.m. vs Cursors
Amazing MO'IOlll "Scoolerino" and Precision-built 6:00
p.m. Avions vs Demons
German NSU "J'rim a".
A. McClellan 6:00
Henry p.m. Spoilers vs Blackbirds
50 CC Scooters to 250 CC Cycles.We 8:30
p.m. Comfalrjax "A"
vs
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Health ROCIII Providing

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Three weeks ago 18 women made appearances at the Indoor Pool

Health Room and began working out during a systematic program
established by the Special Services office. Last week the number

of participants grew to 25. Today the logbook shows 38 women are

.11ij either losing "It" or taking "It" off.

The Health Room schooling for

the ladies Is conducted every Tues-
day and Thursday from 9-11 a.m., ifVOTS'

and Is open to all female serviceor

.t\;, dependent personnel.In .
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,,' .. charge of the overall pictureis DOG UP
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..M. .'fir Joe Noclalla ADC. He Is assisted -
Dtoif. ,.,,". Ar
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!Y. by Joe Thrift BM2 a qualified
PROUDLY DISPLAYING THEIR trophies are the father-sorr teams of David and Joe Stutz and Billan'd UDT member Chuck Phillips By Milt Hurst

Dennis Mahoney. The foursome participated in the Annual Junior-Senior Two Ball Tournament and Bill Miller BM2 In the gym-

held last Sunday at the HAS Golf Course. The Stutzs were tournament winners with a gross 70 and nastics portion of the women's In- The junior golfing program for

net 65, and, the Mahoneys were runner-up with a gross 88 and net 70. Frank Miller, NAS Golf struction. These men help to the summer closed with a Junior-
Course Tournament Chairman presented the trophies. '(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) train the participants intheproper Senior Tournament held last Sun-
methods of losing weight or build-
the
day. The event was won by
ing up the body. father-son team of Joe and David

Carroll's. sport shop inc JO WC Plans the After women spend a thorough a relaxing workout periodIn Stutz 70-65.with a gross-net score of

the before
steam room takingIn
The junior golfing program
s;j/ -\ Complete line of Sporting equipment Indoor Pool a splash session indoor swim started shortly after summer
ming. For those who haven't
yet school vacation began. Pro Joe
FOOTBALL.
HUNTING. FISHING,
I graduated from the tadpole class, series of
MacDonald conducted a
'BASKETBALL. BASEBALL. GOLF. Swim Thrift provides them with free
': ProgramThe golf lessons for the juniors while
'
t: A/. Croixishing tackel-shrimp nets swimming lessons. He has two as- the NAS Special Sertvces Depart-
} & Wilson (iol{ llquip. sitants Roy Mealer AA and Bob
-::;:- fI: Kroydon Raiding JOWC is planning to sponsora ment and Frank Miller con
r Rockhold AN.
.f
of ducted three tourn mentsu a
: Dealer for genuine KIDS continuing program swimming All In all, according to Chief
and junior-senior.
i I' Instruction for service personneland medal match
( 'safes '
expert personnel) Nocilla the women are having an
.'J dependents at the Indoor pool. At the conclusion Sundays play
c.a: I 3456 Blanding Blvd ,At Cedar Creek Classes will be taught by Red enjoyable of and beneficial time with Mrs. Gindrich, Mrs. Miller and
additional
plenty room
Cross Water Safety Instructorsand par- Mrs. Gushanas hosted the playersto
ticipants. For further Information
there will be' cokes and ice cream.
no charge. They
call Ext. 48LIM
'r.
will be held one or two nightsper
week depending on the interest Fall Cup

1 c'A A im rtI Jdi' indicated. Football The Fall Cup' tournament will

I dP b OII DL Mb> mOr Ul wni An organizational meeting will be held September 28-29 for all
; be held at the Indoor pool Wed- of
military and civilian members
JAX' nesday September 18 at 7:00 p.m. Schedule the Golf Club.
\ ': 1'x.1 Ui J L I This.Is chance learn
your to toswim
full
The play n.11e? handicapand
,w. NAVY perfect your present water 36 holes.
Thursday, September 12.4OOp.m.National :
safety skills.
FEDERAL An entrance fee of $2.00 will
Also, any water safety aides or be charged an prizes are to be
CREDIT i 'i? water safety instru F;ors interested VA-45 vs' FAW-11 Stadium Fld awarded to the winner and run-

(UNIOM r q ; In assisting) witbsuch; a! program, VA-15 Gras vs Communications- Parade mer-up plus miscellaneous prizes.
tr.l please contact the Red Gross FieldDirector's
I p f ice; Ect} t55?o;5544 \ Monday, September' 16 .
American
: > Lis VAP-62 vs Dispensary Stadium Mrs. Hare Wins
; "' 't : t, .' : : > i Fid '; ,
"," ", .. .. 'IT,. IJ )1Jtl.. Did you hear about the cannibalwho
.. . ', I '1 0 ''fot\ r from school NARTU vs VP-30 Parade' Grds
: t was expelled ?
r t -A I 1st NAS Ladies
J
.
'11' r & Tuesday, September 17
"' .<' ., '' '.'''' .',' ,, .' w, ..',0.... ," I .,,..0 ", They caught him buttering up one National
t.J' 0 r
:. ,',' :(' I l's i : h H of his teachers. Denver Post
j :r., t f t CAR vs MARTD Stadium Fld
.. Golf ASSI. PlayIn
.. '
1' VA-45
*. i.' 1 vs 679th Parade Grds

: 't; J" Wednesday, September 18
American the first days play of the

A/C Maint vs Hospital Stadium newly formed NAS Ladies Golf

: Fld Association Mrs. William Hare
; ; : ;
: : ComFairJax vs FAETU. Parade was winner with a score of
_11 gll.
Grds 95-18-77 low net and runnerupwas

: ; Thursday, September 19 Mrs. G. Ruscetta 98-16-82
;: :: : : ? : National low net.

VA-15 vs Marines Stadium Fld On the same day, September 5,
\ Communications vs FAW-11 officers for the group were elected
Parade Grds They are: Mrs. Peter Gushanas

president; Mrs. Francis Flynn,

SLACKS All Wool $7. 9S Asks a Silly Question, vice-president; Mrs.D.E. Decken-
hoff, secretary; Mrs. John J.

Gets an Honest Answer Sologowltch treasury; Mrs.
Arthur Hilton tournament chair-

Washington (AFPS) In a Vir- man; Mrs. H.J. Deckel telephone
ginia suburb, close to the head- chairman and Mrs.Gushanas Mrs.

SUITS $19.88 : quarters of the Central Intelligence Flynn and Mrs. Hilton rules com-

Agency (CIA), ,where'nearly mittee.
everything Is supposed to carry All ladies who are eligible to

a security classification, a play on military courses are Invited -

mother found a diary; I to play with the Associationeach
It was the diary of her 10yearold Thursday: 8:30 a.m. on the

daughter and the.mother: -noticed NAS Golf Course.

that It contained a pagefulof I

..d PHONE a stange names.. 'She asked her
daughter what Were and
they received -
Ell 4.355 1 i the reply. 'That's i list "Say Dad," asked little
Chester. "wasn't It Edison who
TIE, I keep of people for
EIIJIt. working the '
"
made the first machine?
::::\: 1. H CIA." talking
:: you much
the father replied, looking at his
about the CIA?" the. astonished
wife still with
OPEN DAILY 9:30 TO 9:00 mother asked. yapping away a
neighbor ladyput/ :; Edison madea
"Why, Mommy was the Impatient
better one-that can be shut off."
EXCEPT WED. TIL 6. CLOSED SUNDAY answer "the kids atschool Roy A. Brenner.PAGE .
talk about It all the time."
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SEPTEMBER 1 12, 1963
JAX AIR NEWS PACE 11


I Skydivers Set Record Final '63 Army '''
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record height,Sergent was the firstto ir Class Completes Two Locations TO Serve You: .
land and receive the
congrat- 9.0388
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ulations. He also landed the closestto 2809 Mayport Road CH 6.4825
the target, setting down about l JIliJ Exercises HereThe

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a mile to a mile and here will depart the station tomorrow -

half upwind from the drop zone 11HAHCIANYONI W THE
when he exited the aircraft. Under The Army men have been on

these conditions, It Is necessaryfor the station Intermediately since NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY
the jumper to tract toward the i April, In groups of five studentsand
target while In free fall, all the five Instructors undergoingr
time keeping from drifting off PRE FLIGHT pressure chambe training In air to ground gunnery.
course. session at NAS Cecil Field was, Each class Is of three weeks dur- BOWL-0-MATIC LANES
The ,plane which carried the required of jumpers before mak. ation.
jumpers to the recordbreakingheights ing record jump. (Navy Photo All the men are assigned to
was a C-117 piloted by by Warren Louder, JOCA) the Fixed Wing Gunnery Branchof
Lieutenant Commander John the Armanent Division, Depart- Ladies Coffee Ladies Handicap Ladies Scratch..
Brown, Jacksonville Navy Recrut- ment of Tactics, Army Aviation Mixed Doubles Men's Handicap Men's Scratch.

School, Army Aviation Center, Ft. Bantams, Juniors and Seniors Leagues.
Rucker, Ala.Under Join One Of The Above Leagues Today.

the direction of Major THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ON.
Clifford
E. Johnson, the pilots REEGAM
have conducted training missions WITH 2 PAID GAMES F

here In six AV-1 Mohawks. Other NAME Void After

1'.. Instructors are: Captain Howard Sept. 30th 1963
Hostler; Captain James Rungee; ADDRESS
Captain Robert Nopp; and Captain
Raymond Clark.
The unit spokesman said that

the training program operates
Serving
basically the same way as the :
Navys and Is quite stmlllar to S1 't ,

the AD training.The IMS-CECIL! FIELDand
!
fine cooperation of Attack t: a ,KM
Squadron 45 was praised by Major

Johnson though, we brought .m.m
along our own maintenance, andordnancecrews"he \) YOUIl .
FLORIDA RECORD BREAKERS Seven-man team of Jax Navy said"we: were r
Sport Parachutists who unofficially broke three Florida high altitude assisted by VA-45 considerablyand AREA
IIOIIE
|jump records Sept. 8, 1963, are: (L to R) Harry Wood, Ted thus were able to maintain IIOBILE
Sergent, Rick Marini, Larry Parmer, Miles Gibson, Bob Etheridgeand nearly lOOft( availability of our Q'S;\
Sheila Kavanai/gh. (navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JCM' ) aircraft." a \
The Army pilots will receive FROM
certificates of completion of the formal course of Indoctrination and N01TI FLOIID 'S ..
of becomes
Ing Officer, and co-piloted by Ensign supplies oxygen. It be designated rated pilotsIn '
to use when attaining gunnery \
William necessary oxygen
E. Bronson. -
a replacement LIIIGEST' .
ceremonies scheduled to be held \
altitudes of
In
excess .
pilot undergoing trainIng tomorrow at Ft. Rucker.
with VP30.Accomplishing. 10,000 feet. For Gibson, Sergent, !
a feat of this Parmer, Marini and Wood, Itment MOBILE ROME .V
magnitude doesn't happen withouta wearing masks supplied with USAFI Offers Two \

great deal of preparation, study oxygen from small jump bottles DEALER ,
and review of safety measures to when they began their descents. New History Courses _
be The attempt to break the Florida
exercised ;
by each jump "We Tract Anything from Bff/xgoafs to Boffhlpf
participant.To jump record was successful and Madison, Wis. (AFPS) Two
ward off the four and seven eventful but It didn't and hasn't revised college-level (USAFI)
below zero satisfied the adventurous natureof courses on the history of civilization 11111 I I1lluIXIk
Sunday degree morning temperaturesfound at 20 and the club's pioneers.Next are available at command 11 11111 viii [ __

25 thousand feet, each jumper Wednesday, Sept. 18, education center.
donned extra cold weather the same group of the 'chutists The two courses, D 457 His- 6263 Roosevelt BUd.
pro- MHMAVinro.
tective clothing. This included for plan to Intentionally parachute Into tory of Civilization One and D EV 4-5584
2200 RoaGH
some two pairs of gloves to ensure waters near WAS Jax. After that, 458, History of Civilization Two, 6F5222 -
their there Is another demonstrationjump correspond to the two-semester
hands
wouldn't becometoo 4342 PKi'llrfii Hwy
cold when the time came topull set for Sept. 28-29 at Venice, course usually offered to fresh- EX 8.9021
the all Important ripcord. Fla., and, sometime in the near men or sophomores In civilian
future, the club hopes to performIts
Also, besides the usual helmet, colleges.!
hightop boots and sun and wind first night jumps.
glasses Regardless of the up and coming
all seven jumpers car-
ried aboard the aircraft Individual schedule, last Sunday was a day not
soon to be forgotten. .


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