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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company u private linn. Opinions: expressed'; by the publisher and writers herein are their. own and not to be considered an official i expression! of any-
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VOL. 21 NO. 28 _JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA_ SEPTEMBER... -19-, 1963




NX First To Exceed Goal I In UCSC .. .




Employees Contribute 3 k}



$2,148.32 on First DayThe


United Community Services Campaign was less than 24hoursold r kl
last Friday when the Navy Exchange tallied Its comr1'buttons and A
found Its employees had contributed $2,148.32 for 112%/ of Its goal and
the distinction of being the first NAS Jax based group to go over the

top.Commander /:: cy
T. E. Stevenson, ies held on Friday.
Navy Exchange Officer, P. J. Di- The NAS Campaign underway
Tursi and H. Rutledge, cokeymenfor last Thursday at a kickoff rally : ,
the Exchange presented the held in King HalL Some 400 mili- { -
check to Commander William L, tary and civilian keymen were pre I
Parks Unit chairman Inceremon- sent to hear addresses by Hear Ad- : &ii i I
miral Robert Goldthwaite, Com- it 4
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville .
Naval Air Bases 6th ND; Captain t ,*- ,
John D. Sullivan, NAS Supply Officer If '- ".' ;
and co-chairman of the Navy I 11L2 ',' -
Duval Committee for UCS mFIRST .j ;" i"
Steering ; ,:
1 and Laurence F. Lee, Jr., UCS .'...',) v"),. ..... "" ,

Chairman. OVER THE TOP rn the current United Community Services Campaign here at HAS was the
RAdm. Goldthwaite told the Navy Exchange. Here. Exchange Officer Cdr. T. E. Stevenson (L) presents' o check to Cdr. W. L. j
group that the campaign affords a Parks, Unit Chairman (R) while co-keymen P. J. Ditursi and H. Rutledge look on. (Navy Photo ,
contributor a practical and sub- by Jon Gardner. PH2.P1) t tCI&C
stantial way of helping his neigh-

r. bor.He also said that records on file MA / LEg Painter, AGl
In the offices of the 43 agencies THE
served by the Campaign reveal that
many military and civilian person- >i Named NAS'Serviceman'
nel of the federal services have received .
aid from some of the t'V .

Y. agencies."We Keowtt .t t11Ew14AN
are therefore contributing ,
directly to the health and welfareof S"tFJut,, K/Na!. W (See Photo On Page 4))
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our own fellow workers and U_. '6''. AosfCIfAYEN6 George E. Painter, AG1 of the
RAdm. R. Goldthwaite shipmates," he said. [ .&o.geL Weather Service Office of the
The Admiral also said, "We'reat 196' Operations Department has beenac-
this meeting because we, as individuals corded honors as the Naval Air
believe In this worth- Station's Serviceman of the month
USNI I Offers while project. rg6ItOUM' for July. He was presented with a
Campaign Chairman Lee cited a $50 check by Captain James R.
personal experience and experi- Compton, NAS Commanding OfficerIn
$1,500) PrizeIn (Continued on page 4)) AU fCMAMTlCVEvmir.HrTRO ceremonies held last Friday. He
:, will also receive a days trip with
SecDef McNamara Pfl" { all expenses paid to St. Augustine,
ContestThe courtesy of the USO.
Appears On TV \ The honored sailor was cited for
his cheerful and attentive approachto
U.S. Naval Institute's Prize September tv pilots at the weather brleflngT,
Essay Contest is now underway, &HOUWCK 5cMUtTi counter. As a duty forecaster at the
It was announced this week. The revoluntl.,nary and controversial ClANCt '<, Weather Service Office, Painter
Competition is open to any per- changes in U.S. Defense ( ) Issues forecasts for all phases of
son, military or civilian.A ../ .
Department policies and opera- (flight operations, local storm warn
prize of not more than$1,500, tions brought about by Robert ings and special forecasts which affect -
a gold medal and a Life Member- McNamara will be described by N VAf Fl/; .... y; if f-f the operations of all units based
ship In the Naval Institute will here.
the Defense Secretary himself in
be offered for the best essay. an hour-long conversation on CBS OCf He was further commended for his
Additional essays of merit may Reports; "McNamara and the TfOH! OFf'ft, tiS ; exemplay military attitude. "He
receive Honorable Mention, silver ,
Pentagon,"Wednesday,September ; constantly works with those placed
or bronze medals and com- 25 at 7:30 p.m. on WJXT, Tele- 1\, \I J CKSQ4'! '-: ,_ ,f under his supervision make him an
pensation as adjudged by the Board vision 4. outstanding illustration of good
of Control. A total of $3,100 in A Phi Beta Kappa at the Un- leadership In Action, continued the
was awarded (in lastyear's WINNER OF THE CHANGE VOUGHT TROPHY for outstanding
prize money letter.
iversity of California who later performance in Naval Aviation Officer Procurement for the third
contest. attended and the Harvard Painter is a nine Navy vet-
taught at year
consecutive is the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training
should be year
Essays analytical or
eran and has been at NAS for
Business School, Sec. McNamarafirst
Unit. This record is said to be in officer
Interpretive rather than an exposition unparalleled procure
two and one-half .
served at the Pentagon, as years.COMMISSARY
or personal narrative and ment. In reaching the goal, the Unit s procurement team obtained
may be submined on any subject junior a captain officers during statistical WWII, teaching controLHe 161 per cent of its annual quota in Fiscal Year 1963. The No. 1 | CLOSES \
"the advance officer in the nation has recruited 574 candi.
which contributes to accepted President Kennedy'sInvitation procurement team The Commissary Store will be "-" -
ment of professional, literary and to serve as Secretaryof dates during the past three years; enough when trained, to man closed for inventory Wednesday,
scientific knowledge in the Navy" Defense just after he had been two attack carrier air groups. Cdr. Ralph M. Koontz is the headof September 25. The store will be
They should not exceed 5,000 named President of the Ford Motor the NARTU Jax Information and Recruiting Department, and open for business as usual on
(Continued On Page 4)) Company. Capt. S. L. Lanier is the Units CO. (Navy Photo) Thursday at 10:00.r' .



SEPTEMBER 19. 1 1953
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Following is a report of traffic
violations for the period September The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
8 through September 14. distributed Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
.Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
/ \ 4 NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use tthe JAX AIR

r NPR! week (period Sept 8-14)) 2 NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
,b ', Wii'; Total accidents this year through Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before

1 Sept. 14 . . . 193 publication. News items are welcomed. from all sources-
Number of accidents through Sept. Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.

1962 . . . .196 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
\t : Number Of Days Since Last concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
$9
Injury In Motor Vehicle Company 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida --

Accident..........................15 Telephone 359-40400r 359-027L

Lt' NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS

This week (Sept 8-14)) .50 VOL. 21 NO. 28 SEPTEMBER 1963_

ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL is presented to Col. EugeneH. Speeding . . .5
Walter, Commanding Officer of the Florida Sector Command, Going through stop sign .0

IV U. S. Army Corps, by RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite, ComFairJox Reckless driving . .1 The Armed Forces Are
and ComNabSix. The Admiral acted on behalf of the Army Inspector Other violations . 44

General. Col. Powell received the medal for meritorious ser-

vice while performing duties as Chief, Complaints Branch; Chief, Twenty-three drivers appeared Freedom's FoundationThe
Investigations Division; and Executive Officer, Office of the Inspector before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
General, Headquarters, Dept. of the Army. He was cited the meeting held on September
Includethe
for his stability of character, sound judgement, tact, keen insight, 16. Disposition of four the cases lost drivingand annual Freedoms Foundation contest has begun. This year the
professional ability and consideration for others which earned for following: aboard contest's theme is, "What Can I Do For Freedom?"

him the admiration, respect and confidence of all persons with station parking for various privileges periods, three The contestants will be letter writers from the very foundationsof
whom he came in contact. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)) to complete an freedom--the: men and women of the United States military forces.It .
were assigned is not for us to tell them what they should write, but possiblywe
In remedial
eight-hour course remind them what others have done for freedom.

If You Love Your Family driving suspended Instructions penalties, two eight were had The may Pilgrims in New England crossed uncharted seas to secure
freedom desired.
to worship as they
five were dis-
.. For the price of an ordinary pairof college and into a new world of given missed,warnings one was fined and six The Cavaliers of early Jamestown, searching for economic free-
shoes I recently purchasedmy opportunity. Neither his mothernor were referred to commanding officers dom, settled in Virginia.The .
son's life. I will ever forget how close Quakers and the Huguenots settled along the Atlantic seaboardto

No shoes were actually involved; he came to not having this chance. for possible disciplinaryaction. escape oppression.In .
merely a comparative way of Indicating With utter sincerity I say to you: Georgia, debtors were brought to the land of the free as Indentured -)
the cost of one seat belt Do more than think about seat servants. They worked their way to freedom.In .
installed in my newly purchasednow belts' for your car. Buy them and CPO Wives Club a speech to Congress in 1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt
( completely demolished) when you buy them, wear them! called Freedom of Speech and Expression Freedom of Worship
station wagon.On For the price of a pair of shoes, Freedom from Want and Freedom from Fear, the foundations of Amer-

a quiet summer night my I bought a life. It was the big- Holds ElectionsThe icanism.
17-year-old son and a companionwere best bargain I ever got. Freedom has not come easily to Americans..
returning home. As the car We are constantly striving to make freedom greater. And we must
crossed railroad tracks, unguarded (Reprinted from theSafetyReview) regular business meeting of vigilantly guard the precious freedoms already attained.Let .
by warning lights or cross- the CPO wives was held September us put to use the Freedoms Foundation contest to express our
bars, it was struck by a train. A friend of ours recently sawa 9 at which time election of new officers own contributions to freedom--small though they may seem alongside
The companion was hurled from the young lady of about 12 emerge was held. those of our forefathers. In this manner others may recognize WHAT
car and instantly killed. My son from an East Side subway station The new president is Fee Cancer; WE CAN ALL DO FOR FREEDOM. (AFPS)
was injured, but, by virtue of his clutching what looked like the kind vice president, Eleanor Gill;secre-
seat beltsurvived. of transistor radio that Is so muchin tary, Marge Rusher; treasurer, (NO Urges All To A cowhand who was proud of his
.. Investigator told me: "This fashion on the streets these Doris Siebert; parlamentarlan, abundance of curly black hair wore
is my job. I've seen a lot of days. However, this girl lost no Polly Lawrence; and chaplain, Neva It frontier style. One day his
demolished autos, but this is about time in drawing a chrome antenna Hackelton. The board members are Enter Foundation barber teased, "If I cut off those
the most. It's amazing that anyone from its interior and announcing to Connie Garza; Vie Mitchell; Doris sideburns of yours, I'll bet nobody -
could have come out of it alive." the instrument, "I'm at the corner Sisco. Contest would recognize you."
A veteran police officer agreed of Eighty-sixth and Lexington, ma. The installation will be held Sept- "Could be" mused the cowboy
with the foregoing, and added: I'll be right home." Our friend ember 28 at the Chiefs Club witha then added quickly, "and I bet

"The only thing Intact in that car reports that a womans voice dinner and dance following. EVERY YEAR the Freedoms nobody, would recognize you
is the steering wheel" squawked back, "all right Joanie. There will also be a joint-board invites servicemen either." C Kennedy.RECOUNTING _
The steering wheel would have Hurry up now and don't speak to meeting at 8:00: p.m. September and women to write a letter on a '
been demolished, too, save for that strangers." New Yorker. 23 to be held at the Chiefs Club. subject I should dealing like with to freedom
seat belt which kept son's encourage the
my men and women of the Navy
chest away from it. to participate in
God willing, he will soon go to this competition, f.' b g
for I believe '
.r.Aioi50N that i reflection
Blood Donors : on this subject "

., and the formulation -
of
'OUI'ideas
Twenty-four enlisted persons recently ,
on it will
donated blood to the Naval make better
you 1 \
Hospital Blood Donor Center. more thought
.- '\ Donating from the Brig were: ful I citizens of k:
Donald Paul our i great connti -
G. Forman, SA; C.
>'. I hope to
Meader, SRi; Harvey A. Randolph MC Navy personnel r
AA; William C.RlordanARHoraceRowell ; among
SR; and Paul Lewis San- the top winners,
tospasco, AN. and shall look forward to extending -
Donors from the Chaplains Of- my congratulations to them in
person<< when
fice E. Dano AA they visit Washington -
were: Buddy ; ,

Charles D. DeDeabach, AAHerbertG. ; 'gill,,. /) Shaffer, AA; (;/,;,./ ,,/ ";\tnnOIH\ "ration*
The Donor from the Dental De-

partment NAS was John E. Olson, Square Dance
SA; HIS EXPERIENCES
Naval Air Technical Training 7 : Set Tomorrow I as a POW during the
Donors were: 'James E. Hannan, At Korean Conflict, Cdr. John
AA; Floyd R. Rond, A02; William 1. r Lutheran Thornton, CNATRA Staff Leader
R. Hanson, A03; Leo E. Labaj j, + ; SCA NARTUJax
ship Officer spoke to
S03; .SGT/MC Wayne L. Trecce; ,
Friday
last
audiences here
Robert F. Brown, AN; Robert A. r square dance, especially for the
Evans, AN; Patrick N. Cower, AA; T > military personnel, will be held this and Saturday. All hands In
- David A. Zak, AA; Patrick H. Friday evening, September 20 at command attended the sessions
Campbell, AECA; Lee A. Dent, OUT OF EAcHJ 8:30: p.m. in the Lutheran Service plus several persons from the
AE3; Jerry E. Jewell, AEC; and tr' Center, 19 W. Forsyth St. Selected Air Reserve. Cdr.
.Benny F. Kuykendall, AE3. ASPS The dance is free and there will Thornton was introduced by Copt.
be free refreshments served. S. L. Lanier, NARTU CONovy(

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Data Processing::', Plans: I1 I I i I



Looking Program of



On a foundation of intelligent reporting, stores accounting, off- payer cost. In
long range planning a sound for- station management reporting,etc. similar
ward looking, program of automa- Data processing hardware being point with
tion is under construction in the utilized Includes two IBM 1401 more %
Data Processing Department.This data processing systems (Com- while
x undertaking promises a fully In- puters) and the usual array of being turned
.tegrated means for supplying rapid EAM-type equipment, such as card their
collection, manipulation, and punch and card verifiers, sorters, The Data
reporting of necessary and accurate collators, Interpreters,accounting at present Is
data for operation and administration machines, and other Items. Source data
of jibe JJavaJ filrSte-: 'The Data Processing Depart practiced by
,tton, ment's percentage utilization of Repair
Some mohtliS 'ago''DAta'' Pro-' equipment is especially high. with the
cessing Committee was formed to Hence, it Is with keen anticipationthat control system
guide the establishing of electronicdata Commander Pope and his staff for some of
processing at the Naval Air look forward to the receipt of one now being
Station, Jacksonville, Florida. or more large-scale computers in of data
Present Chairman Is the Naval the forseeable future. The increased typical applica
Air Station Commanding Officer, capabilities and be found In
Captain J. R. Compton. Mem- sophistication of such equipment trol, and issue
bership Includes Heads of Depart- will insure NAS Jacksonville's well as in time
ments served by the Data Pro- ability to deliver the data and fulfill accounting, job
cessing Department.The the mushrooming expectationsof lic works
day-today operation and administration both local managers and higher operations.All .
of the Data Process- command. of these
Ing Department is the responsi- This activity claims and takings ( )
bility of Commander G. S. Pope, eviable record of what is being a better,
Data Processing Officer, and his accomplished at minimum tax- "service to the
capable assistant, Clyde M. Ken- (
nedy.> Although they are relative ;
newcomers to NAS Jacksonville,
each has brought along a broad
background of experience In the -
field of data processing. The internal -
organization of the Data
Processing Department includes a
Systems Development Division, the
programming and planning outfit
headed by F. W. Hulsinga, anda .
Machine Services Division, the
production outfit headed by Fred
Barncord. The Supply Departmenthas Center"I
management analysts and the
Overhaul and Repair Departmentand
the Comptroller Departmenthave
digital computer systems a-
nalysts performing the man-
agement systems design functions
preparatory to the computer programming -
within the Data Pro-
cessing Department.NAS .
Jacksonville not claimto
have pioneered electronic data Fl
processing for naval air stations.At .
this point In time, with the
benefit of experience at other naval
air stations it has been possibleto
move faster with surer footing.
Local objectives and practical
means' for attainment today are COLLATOR SPEEDS DATA PROCESSING ...
reasonably clear. Data Processing Department demonstrates a
The Jacksonville Naval Air equipment, the IBM Model 188 Collator. (
Station provides logistic supportto Gardner, PH2-P1))
NAS Cecil Field, NAS Sanford,
Naval Station Mayport, and num-
erous other naval commands in the GET AMISSILE
Southeast. Supply demands by these
activities plus the carriers, AGE !
destroyers, and various miscellaneous -
ships and fleet com-
mands home-ported In the area
Is no small task. Also, the local NEW CARS
Supply Department warehouses
Lowest Prices
nil
320,000 different items and makes : !
In excess of 1,000,000stockissues Highest Trade-in Allowance
per yea r.This mountainous volumeof .Easy Terms The Nicesest :
paperwork load has rushed the ;J iiiil

cessing.necessity for electronic data pro JlDhI USED CARS

Categories of data processed by l. .. Okayed Used Cars at Two Big :
the local Data Processing Depart- 2600
: III! 5552 Beach Blvd. -
ment include labor and material
Full One-Year Guaranteed
accounting, allotment and financial :t
On Car Sold I
control, payroll and disburse- :i1::1L Every

ments, personnel accounting,
mechanized production control, SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE -
material requirements forecast-
Ing, repairable parts productionJoe @J GORDON

: "Can you think of any-
thing worse than raining cats and "Jacksonville's .

dogs?" bore office open Friday evening until 8 P.M.I .
lete: "Yes, hailing taxis.


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PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS
rHONORED
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InstructorHonored



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Hugh Jones, AE3, recently became #
"Sailor of the Month" aftera "
rigorous selection procedure at s __
Fleet Airborne Electronics Unit : _
Atlantic Detachment Two. His
selection from a field of 70 men ;; 1 1I 1J
was based on performance, Initi- tr

..., ative, interest and appearance.He .
is an instructor in Avionics h esq. ; t I
4r
Division, unique since he Is the only
third class in the division holdingan
___ instructors billet. His ambitionand
NAVYMAN George E. Painter, AG1 of the Weather initiative in the Navy are I
Service Office is presented a $50 check by Opt. James R. Compton evidenced by his personal growth
NAS CO upon his selection as NAS Serviceman of the Month. from completion of high school SEVEN TIME WINNER J. F. Mers, YNC, who Is the Supervisorof
(Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) through GED equivalency test to Instructor the NAS Personnel Office receives his seventh Good Conduct
of three courses in Medal Award from Copt. J. R. Compton, NAS CO while Lt (|ig 9))
I IMcDOUGALL'S Avionics, all since he entered the Clara Parsons looks on. Chief Mers has been in the Navy since
dial EV 8-7676
Navy on July 11, 196L his second here
!Oecember 6, 1939 and is serving tour at NAS.
Jones is from Lake Wales,
((Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn)
MILITARY Florida, where he was born on June,
1944.

AK1 Quarles NamedAs
4IN SVRANCF
AU TO L IAB .

NATTU's ServicemanSuperior

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\ INSURANCE yf knowledge and Initia- improper handling."
L! AGENCY -I II tive resulting In an overall increase In addition to the Letter of Com-
0463 Rooserclt 81 4-Near NASJtckBonvUlcrm
1 in efficiency In his section mendation, which was signed by
have won "Serviceman of the Captain Charles G. Strum,NATTU
Month" honors at the Naval Air Commanding Officer, Quarles received -
Technical Training Unit, for a first a $25 U.S. Government
r JLVVMI"PANNNIVERSARY/ class aviation storekeeper. Savings Bond and will receive a
y, He Is Luther D. Quarles, AK1 free trip to historic St. Augustine,
I who is attached to the AE Schools courtesy of the USO and the St.
<. Material Section of NATTU. Augustine Chamber of Com rce.rt" .
Quarles was named in ceremonies

n nm **" Friday, Sept. 6. ,
AU > '
SAIEH Quarles was also cited for his -,' ., ..
t military appearance, leadership, I
moral courage and behavior.The .
Letterof Commendation readIn .
REGISTER FOR HUGH JONES, AE3 part: -.,
DOOR "Quarles has introduced pro- I. '(:r.
THURS FRI & SAT FREE PRIZES cedures for accurate accountability ..:'....
of cost items and expenditures, "
"You've been promoted? and established
efficient
""Yep, used to be a drop en* card custody
for
system plant
account and
I'm samdwich
gtneer now a en-
CehbMU Uity UA gineer. The boss used to come periodic training facility inventories equipment. His t
ensure accurate -
around and say, drop whatever
WPJ you're doing and do this, now he cooperative and current status, and his
outAtlutl1in.g says sandwich this in between spirit and businesslike -
what ever you're doing." manner result in reduction
bo/tgainA in of material
eootAj waste,jnis-use and

dep 0Jtt.ntent fwewintpfe- m '9J.lifJ':'"t.. 'bI

KELLY GIRL ALUTHER Q .i/!;

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SEAMLESS !q NEEDS YOU D. QUARLESAKI


We can place with Jacksonville's USNIContinued

NYLONS skills.Finest companies NO CHARGES any SHARP gal who has office words.( From Page 1))
TO
YOU
f,. temporary employment to those I Highest Caliber The contest deadline is NoVember
who have other 1, 1963. The announcementof
micro
mesh and regular responsibilities but desire
extraS $ competition winners will be
stitch 400 needle 15 54-0111 made of February 20, 1964.
denier Streak free All A forthcoming CHINFO Notice,
5720 series, will provide additional
Nylon Top to Toe SAVE details; inquires may be madeto
M 2 NOW! Secretary-Treasurer; U.S.

shades39C Naval land. Institute; Annapolis, Mary

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: :;..:,: ',' EmployeesContinued
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or 3pr. for 1.15 ences of personnel In his company

SOUTHSIDE who have been helped by UCS agen-
FORD cies and the fact that he is a cured
M victim of paralysis, as reasons (for
lJ Our .
e
LayAG C 4423 Roosevelt his of(the
Way E..xtra Charge Murphy' Co. Blvd. Roosevelt 5303 Beach Blvd. drive.accepting chairmanship t

Mall A film entitled "The face of a
Stranger," was shown concludingthe
rally.

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Child i GuidanceClin ic One Of Navy Science Winner '




43 Agencies Aided By UCSCThe Is Pres. Of Honor ClubTom

Tyler has been elected President of the Key Club for Nathan

Bedford Forrest High School for the ensuing year. The Key Club is
following article explains the an honor club of outstanding boys pledged to service to their fellow-

functions of the Child Guidance men, community, school and country, with a strong liaisonbackingof
Clinic of Duval County, one of the the Kiwanis International I

43 agencies served by the current Tom won the Navy Science
drive for theUnitedCommunityServices Cruiser Award last year. The
Campaign. Award is made by the Chief of

Mrs. Doe sat nervously on the edgeof Naval Operations to those con-

her chair, she was telling the tributing on a high school levelIn
social worker at the Child Guidance the United States to a high degreeof

Clinic why she and her husbandhad science programming. Also,

decided to come and "see about \ winning the Northeast Florida
Jimmie". They had talked with the \ Science Fair In 1962, he became

teacher who said Jimmie was "that Florida's first entry into National
k J'
way" at school too. "That way" Science Fairs, winning Florida a

seemed to mean Jimmie, who usedto debut-success by capturing I

be a normal, happy little boy, _.. ,,r "Fourth Best Award" In the field
vrLww.m
was now -- at age nine -- with- # of medical and health sciences,

drawn, unable to concentrate, cried nationally, at the World's Fair .,
easily and refused to play with other In Seattle. Washington.
children. Tyler Is the son of Harry F.

These parents were at a loss, Tyler PT1, USN (ret.) formerlyof 4
everything they tried with the boy ONE OF THE FIRST CONTRIBUTORS to the HAS Jax United the Fleet Air Photo Lab and titTom

seemed to faiL Sudden tears cameto Community Services Campaign was Capt. J. R. Compton, HAS who now works with the VA offices -

Mrs. Doe's eyes as she said Commanding Officer. Here he presents his personal check to key. and Mrs. Tyler who Is em-

"We do love him and we try so man Cdr. Donald C. Staley, NAS Administration Officer. The ployed by the NAS-Jax Navy Ex-
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hard to be good parents -- whatIs campaign began here last week and is slated to run through Oct. change. Tyler

-- happening 25. (.Now Photo bv-. Ron p- Gardner.- PH2.P1))
The case history brought out many

facts, one of which was that the went by.What. begin to work out new ways of r
parents were separated for a brief Is the future for a boy like showing Jimmie and helping himto
period of time. Mrs. Doe said the this, you ask? -- That depends --
feel more of the
boy's behavior did begin changing Without some help -- at the right were feeling. security sessions they
"about that time" but the time (while he Is still young, flex- Play therapy t
with Jimmie helped him to
out
puzzling part to her now was that ible and still growing physically and and talk out his feelings play and d)
she and Mr. Doe had worked out emotionally) -- he might becomea A
gradually he began to show Interestin
many of their own problems and had seriously disturbed adult dependent -
other children, in school -- and
what they considered a better mar- on the community -- or he might
gradually he became the "real
riage now than before. Surely, they turn to delinquency -- or he might Jimmie again" as his told
thought this should have given the just become a highly neurotic individual parents

Instead he who could neither us.What
boy more security, give
was the outcome--how much
seemed more withdrawn as the days nor receive much love or happiness.But .
were the gains -- was it worth
with help what did
psychiatric ; the time and money spent??? Well,
happen to Jlmmle.. ? Jimmie and his parents are happy,
After talking wan Dam parents,
adjusted family again -- a child was
Jimmie was seen for an evaluationto
helped -- a family can now be active
determine what the problemwas
just
and Interested in church, school,
and whether
psychotherapywould community and others -- so
this and his you
help boy family. decide, was it worth it?
Testing showed Jimmie to be "

Qo above average Intelligence and a tbw much would $5.00 buy at the \
4 sensitive child.He cooperatedbut
very Child Guidance Clinic? It could buy
he didn't offer
anything two hours of play therapy for a child
The examination
spontaneously. -- It could buy counseling sessionsfor
showed that even though Jimmie's a worried family -- It could buy
had been reunited and
parents even
the first step toward happiness ---
though they had tried to reassure

him, he had developed a real fear (To Whom It May Concern: Since YOU'LL CHEER TOO !Ii
that some day they would separate the fees are based on income and
d again. He had been hurt when it
dependents, $5.00 could buy com-
l happened before so now he was tryIng -
plete services or just one appoint-
to hide his fear and just not
ment -- services Include: social
think about much of 'anything. He WHEN..YOU. BUY.BELLAIR
history with parents; psychological
certainly didn't want to play with testing of children;psychiatric eval- i . .
other children, he didn't feel likeit
uation; casework for parents;
and all his and
thoughts energies
psychotherapy for children.)
somehow seemed "used up". All
these fears and feelings had
practically Immobolized Jimmie -- | | :

he simply didn't have the desire to .
do the things "normal" boys do.
for ALL car loans Social casework Interviews with TimeAWAKE.

see me... I'm the the parents helped them understandhow
Jimmie might still have these

DOLLAR DOCTOR fears even if they had tried to reas- .Schools
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r Seaion h Health InS. perience. The GovernmentwideService
Ia.- Benefit Plan (Blue Cross-

II ed October I-IS Blue all enrolled Shield)Federal which employees covers half will of

offer Its same package of basic and
Civil Service Commission has may obtain employee organizationplan supplemental benefits, with some
completed arrangements for the next brochures upon request to their Improvements at no price increase. I'
open season under the Federal Em- employing offices. The Government-wide Indemnity
ployees Health Benefits Program Almost all the participating plans Benefit Plan offered by the Insurance
scheduled for October 1 through 15. have made changes in their premiums Industry which covers 25 percentof r ..
During the open season enrolled their benefits or both, effective enrolled Federal employees, will _
employees may change plans, in November. Increase Its rate for a family enrollment __
options and type of enrollment--- In response to President Ken- in Its high option by 70
self-only to family or family to self- nedy's message on mental illness cents bi-weekly to provide a better
only. Unenrolled eligible employees earlier this year five of the group benefit for maternity expenses.
will also be able to join the pro- plans are offering for the first time There will be no rate Increase for
gram. some benefits for psychiatric disorders self-only enrollment in either high
Brochures describing the participating and four plans are improvingthese or low option or for family enrollment >
,_ .t plans have been distributed benefits. Most of employee In the low option.
to agencies for selective distributionto organization plans and the two Gov-
employees no later than October erment-wide plans have offered sub- {f OOJ Mir
LEach eligible employee will receive stantial benefits for mental illness
BRI 41-117 a Commission since the inception of the Federal GUARPIANIIQ

booklet containing instructions on employee program. VWR54Rg.IJG FO EGPri"
enrollment and the brochure for CSC said It was gratified at the
each of the two Governmentwidehealth progress made in this area because
benefit plans. treatment of mental Illness posesa
Employees belonging to employee serious financial problem whenit 1hP'i'IRECON11a'OL1
organizations sponsoring health strikes and it should be covered. a
benefit plans will also receive a The Commission anticipates that PROMOTION Captain RichardJ.
copy of the organization's plan these benefits will be Improved In r DePrez ComFairJax Train.
through the maiL Other employees future years as carriers gain ex- ing Officer signs the papers Deadline Nears

which officially promoted him to For GI Benefits
Ar .ASrROUND Captain to rank from September
WAG 3OOOME1ERS GHORf AND 1, 1963, while RAdm Robert The last full year of schoolingfor
TO JACKSONVILLE'S A DUP,1HANK GOODN EGS1r! Goldthwaite looks on Florida veterans taking
WELCOME education or training courses

t NEWEST THEATRESHOWING }\\\\\%\\ltJlrilNiii\\\\\ \ \ \ J. ijfVn: ( i : 6y.lI.J ::!&t\\\\\\tttttl\ \ \ %it\tlMOTOBI under the Korean GI Bill begins
Ad-
this September the Veterans
ALL WADS HAD TO THE A*K $T
NEW BUNDING BErK v55ft .ministration said today.
eet It When this school year ends onlya
half year of schooling will still
?? BlAN01N6 m nDRIVEIN be obtainable under the program.
o i o$ Courses starting in September,
THEATRE o i.9M
p,. 1964 must come to a close on
hA'S fA January 31, 1965.
..M.-', 4TII
4ILMI Congress has set this cut-off
....
0-q.w iL SC$ 107 as St 75"
date for the Korean readjustment
awrTiMOQuwA/ NAsy|
program of education and trainingfor
"A REAL[ veterans without service-con-
TONIGHT THRU TUE SEPT. 24 nected disabilities. The law givesno
"
----.... ;* SCOOTER! authority to the VA to extend
;'s.-.;: ci walt DISNey* .4 Stroke these benefits beyond these dates.

t ptesentsT9CHNKXlor' .No Oil Mix B.J. Gannon Officer In Charge,

\ j : \ ; mmer 16 Ogl 0 L- e150 Miles per gal VA Office Jacksonville, Fla. ex-

\ / SALES .SERVICE PARTS -45 Miles per hour. plained.
''' Originally Korean Conflict
J .. ..> BURL" DOROTHY DEBORAH Bank FinancingCome
: HAYLEY ; In And See The Opening Specials On The veterans were eligible for 36
MillS.IVES McGUIRE urn II. I cy Amazing MO'l'Oltl' "Scoolerino" and I'recision.built months of readjustment courses
) (;ennan NSU "''rima". but now only 17 months will remain -
50 CC Scooters to 250 CC Cycles.We before the final deadline when
Wheel And Deal- Get Acquainted With school classes resume this September -
.
SCOOTERAMA To be eligible for such read-
1665 San Marco Blvd. EL 9-1411 justment education or training
.--- 1 Serving : veterans must have had active

11 1'1.>.1 4' I service at any time between June
} '
# lB..CECIL FIELD i 4L1i1V'' 27, 1950 and January 31, 1955.
They also must have served at
<
.'? and they least 90 days and entered trainIng -
within three from their
,t) YOUR MAYPIIBT Ladies Coffee Ladies Handicap Ladies Scratch.: first discharge for years that service.
Mixed Doubles Men's Handicap Men's Scratch. Those veterans who were on

AREA Bantams, Juniors and Seniors Leagues. duty January 31, 1955, must enter -
MOBILE IIOUE "pals Join One Of The Above Leagues Today. training within 3'years from

;\ HIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONEEBEJEJGAME the date of their first unconditional -

\ WITH 2 PAID GAMES discharge after JanuarySl 1955.
FROM veterans choose
.a \ Eligible may
Void After
'If. NAME their own type of training In any
MOLT FLOIIDA'S0 ADDRESS Sept. 30th 1963 school or establishment approvedby

an appropriate state agency,
LAIGEST'\ ..\ .s- Gannon said.

They enroll in schools or

MOBILE HOME ',7 at"-\,, \ SAVE NOW! enroll colleges in may;institutional take on-the-job on-the-farm training;

DEALER 1 1"We training or other courses Including
3
_3 flight training cooperative or cor-
63 MODELCLOSEOUT
respondence school courses.
Tfo I- allowance each month to meet part
of their training and living
iiiin i I1T expenses.

First step Is to obtain the
SOUTHSIDE FORD
6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV necessary application forms at
the
4-5584 VA Officer 311 W. MonoreSt.

,.. ...". 2200 Moyport Rood ., Jacksonville.
CH 6V.5222EX 5303 Beach Blvd. Korean Conflict veterans with
service-connected disabilitiescome
8.9021 ,
under a different program

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Thursday, September 19 September 19 Thursday, September 19
Happy Hour Dance contest and dance featuringPhil
Dance Night 8:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Cay and Chantels 8:00 p.m. money
Friday, September 20 12:00 a.m.Friday .
Friday, September 20
Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" September 20
Dance Night 8:00 p.m. 12:30 a.m.

Saturday, September 21 Saturday, September 21 Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good reason

Dance to Bud dart 9:00.1:00 a.m. furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get
Dance Night 8:00 p.m. 12:30: a.m. Saturday, September 21 Beneficial International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
Sunday, September 22 March Wilson and the Red Coats
Sunday, September 22 Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any.
Dance to Mach Four 8:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m. where! BeneficiaJ likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
Game Night 5:00 p.m. 7:00: p.m. Sunday, September 22

Monday, September 23 Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
Monday, September 23 BENEFICIALFINANCE
Pizza NiteTuesday 8:00 p.m.12:00 a.m.
Band Auditioning Monday, September 23
Septem er.24'.. >"_ :.. Tuesday, September 24 Dining and Dancing SYSTEM
Happy HourWednesday Loans up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note
Dance Instructions 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 24 JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
September 25 311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel . Elgin' 3-4473
Wednesday, September 25 Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). LV 4.4595
Western Night Country Drifters Hour 4:00 6:00 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). PO 5-2623
Happy : p.m. p.m. Wednesday, September 25
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
Game Night 8:00 p.m. Town & Country Shopping Center. ... . . .RA 4.7910
MOVIESMovies SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza . .EX 8-1515

will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on ,
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-

side 7 p.m.and only NATTU on Sunday Theaters at the Hospital and at- SPECIAL SALE

ject Theater.to change.These times are sub- i: ::


Thursday, September 19 PRICES
CURTIS MATHES3WAY
Mainside Hercules and the Cap-
tive Women COMBINATION I I I
NATTUnit Surrender Hell! ATTYREE'SII
Hospital The Birds THE FINEST IN HOME ENTERTAINMENT THEATRES AND

Friday, September 20 t
o't 5642 NORMANDY BLVD.
Mainside The Young Racers I
NATTUnit Hercules and the Cap- t
tive Women WIH TRADE

I Hospital Surrender Helll!
CURTIS MATHESCOMBINATION
I Saturday, September 21

Mainside List of the Adrian .,
Messenger
NATTUnit The Young Racers 2. ; ,'., a., g' }k' CHECK All THESE DELUXE FEATURES:
Hospital Hercules and the Cap- + .
r 1h s" ,. A ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL PARTS
tive Women s N
1. .
BIG 23 INCH TELEVISION
Sunday, September 22 HAND WIRED POWER TRANSFORMER
FULL s" 23,000 VOLTS PICTURE POWER
Mainside Eric the Conqueror 4 SPEED STEREO RECORD CHANGER
NATTUnit List of the Adrian ONE YEARS &4 +, HI-FIDELITY AM/FM RADIO
Messenger + FOUR BIG EXTENDED RANGE SPEAKERS
Hospital The Young Racers GUARANTEE SOUND QUALITY YOU MUST HEAR TO BELIEVE
ON ALL PARTS HANDSOME CABINET IN GENUINE WOOD
Monday, September 23
COMPARE AT 529" YOU'll
Mainside Rock-a-bye Baby

Hospital NATTUnit--List Eric of the the Conqueror Adrian. 23" TV-STEREO PHONOGRAPH and AM-FM RADIO SAVE 200

Messenger

Tuesday, September 24 [ J CURTIS MATHES
"Th Room Mat i
Mainside Day of Wine and Roses *
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Hospital Eric the Conqueror AM-FM RADIOIN Id*Mkr mw I

Wednesday, September 25 A
BEAUTIFULWAINUT
Mainside The Young and the CABINET J
Brave
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P \ea\ .JAX NEWS


Navy Sub Crews Training; WiAtdjlntIIWtA/ 1 C&t4'MyT

J To Launch A-2 Missiles ? M ,, -,
r I, yr .
.
Washington (AFPS) The Navy a" AngelA';

is training its submarine crewson ,
,
the technique of near-instant FiMtNtgktOct.to
t
launching of Polaris A-2 missiles.The r R t 1V
most recent "blastoffs"took ,' fy r v 1

place at sea off the coast of ;
'c the forthcoming
Three Angels",
Cape Canaveral when two of the "My
of the NAS Little
production
missiles when fired within minutes .rd
of each other. Theater group, the Windjammers,
The firings demonstrated the has been casted and'rehearsals
readiness of the submarine and 4f r are now In progress. It Is directedby
,
a Ii [ He has
Margolles.
crew for operational service on r .C '_4t ,, Lyonel
directed many successful Little

Ix Theater plays during tours at other
Naval Installations, It was revealed -

patrolHOUSING t .. .
Persons who received parts include -
,
,; : Emil Krone, Hospital;Irene
9 Avera, Hospital Red Cross; Jean
1 / / ., dr Aust, civil service employee; Joj
1 rl Chadwick, dependent wife; Jim
Borland Hospital, Bernie
WESOtVEtHEMlIJISCOUNTSTO Buscher, Navy Finance Office;
Father FIJI Murray, NATTUnlt(

r ., Chaplain Herb McGulvra, NATTU
., J; :t> t' I ;
COVER NrVlpNTEMPLOYEES. and Tom Flcking, NAS.
WINDJAMMER DIRECTOR r hiiS"' Borland, Buscher and Father

Lyonel Margolies (R) discussesa Murray have the three lead male
scene from the Little Theater roles while Jean Aust is the

QUALITY AT PR ICES Group's newest production, "My leading lady of the production.
The plot of the play centers
Three Angels", with membersof
YOU CAN AFFORD around three convicts
i charming
the cast. They are, from left, ?
cheerfully disposing oU selfish relative
Father Murray, Bernie Buscherand
ALL STATE Jim Borland, and Nancy Ar and making arrangementsfor
e for the
thur in foreground. (Navy f Photo : ac a pleasant holiday
MOBILE Ducotel household In spite of
HOMES by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). i o unpleasant conditions.(
s
7853 NORMANDY 81 VD J7The ;;" J Production of "My ThreeAngels"
secret of a happy and
is scheduled for 8:00
successful life Is to be content .:1 1
p.m. on October 10-11 at King
781-3633 with the abilities God gave you ,
> Halt Tickets will be available -
and discontented with the use you I .
make of them Burton Hillls( ,Better "-- by October 1, a Little Theater
Homes & Gardensus .,..r f. spokesman said.
.. ,t'I The play, by Sam and Belle

I ''Ia) \ I .1 Spewack, Is produced by special
with the
Dramatist
TIME What would we do If we with 86,400 seconds, and every 71' arrangement
had a bank that credited $86,400 night it writes off whatever of this Play Service, Inc.

to our account each morningcarried we have failed to invest to good New REGULAR NAVY officers are congratulated by their skipper,
over no balance from day to purpose. It carries over no Cdr. L. H. Boutte, of Patrol Squadron 16. They were recently se
day-allowed us to keep no cashIn balances. Each day it opens a new lected for appointment in the regular Navy. (L to R) Cdr. Boutte, Weight LimitationsTo

our account-every evening can account with us.... Lt Joe Dressier, Lt (jg) Bill McKeown and Lt (jg) Doug Rollings.
celled what ever amount we failed If we fail to use the day's deposits (Navy Photo) be Boosted On
to use during the day? What wouldwe the loss is ours. There is
do? Well most of us would not going back. There is no draw- Household Effects
draw out every centl We have sucha ing against the "tomorrow." -
bank you know. We call It Editorial, Weir ton Steel Em
"Time". Every morning credits ployees Bulletin,hm, Wei rton Steel Washington (AFPS) ,- Weight;:
CO."HENNY SAVE NOW! ', limitations for shipment of house-
hold goods are to be Increased
500 pounds for officers up to 0-4
grade and all enlisted men entitled
1:11 el/UUfIt p 63 MODELCLOSEOUT to such shipment.
Officers In the 0-5 grade will
o receive al,000-lb. Increase bring
(! e p ing them to the maximum per
muted by law,11,0041bs.
SOUTHSIDE No definite date for the Increase

and e eJltut4e FORD was given, but Defense Depart-
ment officials said It was just a
matter of changing the existing(
5303 Beach Blvd.
Joint Travel Regulations with regards
PENNY" CHICKEN DINNER
to weight limitations.The .
4 pieces Chicken, French Fries, change resulted from a

Cole Slaw, Hot Roll......................1.25 study instituted by the Assistant

,.-...... .. Secretary of Defense (Man
-').I.-.... power) Norman S. Paul when It
PARTY BOX was discovered that Increasing

16 pieces of Chicken, IT( MAKES numbers of uniformed personnel
were finding themselves in debt
4 Hot Rolls,
to the for
government overweight
1 Pint

SHRIMP Cole Slaw A WHALE! shipments.With the change, E-4s with over

DINNERPICNIC < ::::t,, ..... 3.85 four years service will be allowed

8 Butterfly Shrimp, : ,, OF A DIFFERENCE and each 5000 next lbs.higher; E-5s grade 5500 an Ibs.additional
French Fries Cole ..
Slow ,
500 Ibs. to the E-9s ,
................/../..../ 1.25 ,,,a e,,: 7500-lb. limltalon.up 0-ls and W-ls

will have the same maximum as
Phone with
E-9s; 0-2s and W-2s will be allowed -

SPECIAL 389-2841 8000 Ibs.; 0-3s and W-3s,
MX 1 NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 9000 lbs; 0-4s and W-4s, 10,000
24 lbs 0-5s and
above
't,; 1 Pieces of Chicken ; 11,000 Ibs.
1 Pint Cole Slaw ROOSEVELT The 11,000-lb. limitation now (In
IIYYYYYYYYIYIYYYYY11111 5.00 4 8* effect for O-6s and above Is to
MALL be the subject of another study
Dividend and possible legislative requestfor
.
11 -r r1r1 rYr....Y..rria ..r............ . an increase.t .

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[ 19, 1963
JAX AIR NEWS PACE. .INEWS .

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Fliers No 1
Jax -

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Marc Whetstone, J01
Ads should I>. moiled fo the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive
ridiron Season Enters Jacksonville, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication .
Just because theJaxNavy Fliers the following/ Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline
went down swinging in the 1963 will be published the following week unless' the publisher It
Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
All-Navy Softball playoffs last the od must be reat Wed WITH the copy for the ad.
bird Week Of IM I PlavGridiron week Is no reason to hang the head. DO NOT SEND CASH.

-- I Why? RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
play Is upon NAS Jax VA15. First to consider is the fact Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
nee again and the first week's Games played this week on the that represented In this year's
Intramural results are in. NAS Stadium and Parade Ground contests were only five teams of

In the opening game, Sept. 9, ball fields of Yorktown Ave., nine from the entire U.S. Navy.
Iospital tromped VAP-62, 12-0, across from the CPO Club will They were: Submarine Force, CB House 3 BR, 3/4 Acres Smith RIDERS WANTED 0730 1630
with L.E. Herzog and J.D. Smith appear next week.Parsons. Atlantic; Submarine Force, Rd. 9810 complete, Conv. NAS, between Southside& NAS J ax.John
acking up the score for the corpsmen Pacific; USS Sperry of the West Cecil Field $200.00 dn. bal. Bee ext. 669.
| and the first in the American Miller Coast; Patuxent River; and Jax $7,700.00, $60.00 mo. Ph.
ague. Navy.: EV 9-0423 EV 9-7120 REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
The next day the National Leaguesaw And secondly, Jax Navy didn'tgo Service which is sincere from one
[ Its first action when the Win Honors At down scoreless, which can HELP WANTED "Experienced who sees your side. Contact ART

[Marines downed O&R, 18 to 6. be said better of a couple other Advertising Sales Personnel,Maleor POWER, U.S.N. RET. representing
[Scoring for the Leathernecks were Instances.And Female, Full or Part Time. Colmery Wilkinson, Inc. Real-
J.K. Moor with two touchdowns Bass City ShootIn aftermath look at the resultsin Good Pay For The Right Personnel, tors Insurors, 637ParkSt.Jack-

land T.W. Adams with one TD. logical order, reveals that Sub- Auto Allowance. Call 359-4040, sonville, Phone (Bus) 353-3671
The six-pointer for C&R was the first annual Bass City Lant was victorious over its 10 A.M. 6 P.M., For Inter- (Res. 264-6144 anytime.
{chalked up by Reomeo Scarlata. Championship Skeet Shoot at Pacific Fleet counterpart by a view. t
MARTD of the National League Palatka, Florida two Jax Navy score of 3 to 2. FURNISHED APT. Lake Shore

victored over AF679th, 6-0, with Skeet Team shooters won honors.In Then, with a clean field at FOR SALE Venetla 3BR, 2B. small, all utilities furn. prlv. ent.
R.D. Stetser making the single the 410 gauge shoot Dr. R.L. Charleston, S.C., Jax Navy experienced Reduced $1500. Good Buy at $1150 $12.50 wk. EV 9-4275. '
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the American League on the Training Unit Dental Departmentbroke since 1959, going up against the monthly. Call now 356-1559. FOR SALE 3 BR, CB Houue

third day of play, NARTU sur- 41 60 targets to place 5th Sperry only to be out slugged,4-L Bal. $6600 at 4% GI 5156 Shirley
passed A/C Maint by a score of In the shoot while Warrant Officer The next day Jax fell again, FOR SALE Beige sectional,cock- Make offer EV 7-5287. )
12-0. Bringing home the grits were E.C Miller of NAS Medical Department this time to SubPac by a score of tail table, lamps,secretary,single
L.J. Bishop and G.E. Partin. broke 36x50 to win ClassC 3 to 1.Pax beds. Call 384-3908. BOAT Inboard, cabin, bonks,

Thursday was National League River was eliminated 1958 FORD 2 dr. 6 cyl. std. 145 hp 25 ft. long, fiberglass >

day and a second washing of the CWO Miller broke a fine 97x100 (scoreless) in Its next two games trans. R&H, 47,500 mi.Very Clean bottom, head, fully equipped,
Air Force squad as the Communications In the 20 gauge event to place which left only the two Submarine $500. Cdr. G. Center Ext. 393. operational, $530 full price. ext.
( squad racked in 12 un- 3rd and also win the runner-up Forces and the submarine tender 8265 Lt.jg. Ludena.
FOR RENT Unfurn.House
$65.00
scored-on points. Jim Jackson and spot In Class A.Dr. Parsons brokea Sperry to battle it out.
FredStrlkland shared the 2 BR. 1 yr old, nice, cony. NAS FOR RENT Venetia Terrace -
scoring 96x100 to place 4th and also In the sixth game of the nine-
honors. win the B Class. event. game tournament, Sperry suffered & Cecil Field Call 781-2335 after lovely .3 BR, large kit, stove &

The final game of last week for In the 12 gauge event Mr.Miller a loss to SubLant by a tallyof 1630. ref. fenced yd. $80 mo. EV 4-7292. .

which scores were available found broke a 98x100 to place 3rd and 8-2, but turned right around
VA-45 slipping past VA-15, 12 to win Class C, while Dr. Parsons and whitewashed SubPac, 4-0, and LAMBRETTA MTR. SCOOTER FOR RENT temporary quarters,
6, with Blackbird C.E. Clausens placed 5th with a 95x100 to be their SubLant subduers, 4 to 2. Li 150, exc. cond, wind screen, 3 BR house completely furnished

scoring twice for VA-45 and A.H. declared runner up in B Class. By losing to the Sperry, SubPac sp. tire, 2 seats, extras, must IncL utilities, linens Daily,
Weidner coming through once for The Jax Navy Skeet Team has packed its gear and headed backto sell, $200 cash 264-< 086. Weekly, Monthly rates. 264-6884.

begun practice for a 250 target, Waikiki Beach, thus leavingthe FURN APT. Lake Shore -

HAS Links Site two-day all gauge shoot to be heldin decision up to SubLant.It 3 rooms, private ent. $56 mo. Normandy Church of the Nazarene
Winter Haven, Florida late in didn't take SubLant long to Call EV 9-8357. 7020 Ramona Blvd. Sunday School

make that decision as they repeated FOR RENT Unfurn House 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Worship: 11:00
For City 2-Ball their 8-2 victory over the a.m. NYPS: 6:30 p.m.
October.Marsh Murray Hill, 5222 Baycrest Rd. EvangelistIc -
Hen USS Sperry nine to capture the Clean 2 BR. Cony. to NAS & Service: &:30 p.m. Wed.

Tourney Sunday 1963 Navy diamond crown. Cecil Field. Elec. range circ. oil Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p.m.. Rev.
The Jax Navy Fliers squad had J.D. Havener
Hunting Opens heater, Venetian blinds $60 mo. Pastor EV 7-113L
as good a pitching staff as any .
NAS Jax will play host this EV 9-4714.
of
the teams represented one
coming Sunday Sept. 22, for the Fla. Season of them being no-hitter Charlie JEANS SCHOOL OF DANCING SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE
"
annual City Two-Ball Tournament.The Thomas of NARTU. Venetia-Orange Park-Westconnett MODEL Sewing. machine, sews

event will get underway Im- The opening gun for the 1963- "We just lacked mustering a Hula, Ballet, Tap, Jazz.EV 43055or perfect zlg zags, makes buttonholes -
sews on buttons, fancy designs -
mediately following a breakfast SP 10712.Experienced .
64 hunting season sounded at sun- couple hits at the proper time"
Does the
work.
which
will be served Payoff
at 7 a.m.
rise September with said Fliers coach
Saturday Frank VARITYPIST needed balance of $84.25 take
in the or
19th Hole Clubhouse. up pay-
the of the marsh hen hunt- .
opening McCaffrey.Next Immediately. Office location on ments of $8.90 per month.'Call
and civilian membersof
Military
the-NAS Ing season. Hunting the migratoryrails year..next year....! Southslde near Expressway. Phone 353-1946 or 246-2282 A-l Sewinj-
golf club are reminded -
and marsh hens
gallinules ( ) 359-2008-9 interview. Machine Exchange.
that
the Fall Cup Tournamentwill will be allowed for 60 consecutive

be held the following week- days ending Novermber 15, according .
end, Sept. 28-29. The affair will to A.D. Aldrich, director,
be a 36-hole medal play with full Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
handicap. An entrance fee of $2 mission. MOTORS inc.

is being charged to help cover the Bag limit for all rails and gal-
winning and other varied prizes to linules, except sora rail, is 15 New and Used Gars
be awarded. fot day's bag and 30 for total

possession. Daily bag limit for
All Salesmen
U.SN. Retired
4 Teams So Far sora rail is set at 25, with a
total possession of 25. Huntersare

[Entered In Fall required to have their shot- Before buy used
guns plugged to three-shell you any new or car --

capacity. Rifles are always prohibited =

M Golf Leagues birds. Duck when stamp taking Is not migratory requiredfor SEE US FIRST !'

The 1963 Fall season of Intra- marsh hen.

mural golf is slatted to get under-
way at the NAS golf course next NAS Ladies Golf

Monday. Those teams scheduled Ath-to NoticeThe More than 100 car inventory to choose from
play will be contacted by the
letic Director's Office, accordingto
Ladies Golf
Jax Nas *
Frank McCaffrey.As Financing arranged for your
had Association held its second days
of Monday 14 teams
entered their roster with the play of the season Thursday Sept.
12. The winner of the longest nine-
hopes that there world eventuallybe PHONE 384-5575
hole tourney was Mrs. William
nine teams for the two leagues.The .
Hare with a 51-9-42. First low netrunnerup
will tee
American leaguers
Mrs. P.J. Hall with
was
off on Mondays while the National 6435 Roosevelt Boulevard
55-11-44. -- Jacksonville; 10 FloridaI
teams swing out on Thursdays. ,



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iiJ: : Shifley, Harp Tested, I'




L W: a ; a___ Promoted In Judo ClubBy '


c D. L. StewartOn


Wednesday, 11 Sept., the Jax Junior Division.

4 Navy Judo Club had a full evening. After the promotions, an instructional -

First on the agenda, David Shif- judo tournament was

ley was tested for promotion to held. This tournament was to pre-

Yonkyu forth class student. pare men from both teams for a
r Black belt Willie Jones and Southeastern Invitational Tournament

brown belt D. L. Stewart actedas here at NAS Jacksonville on

L judges. After the test was administered 'September 2829.Representing .

I Ii and results evaluated, Jax Navy were:

IrJudges Shlfley and Clyde Harp were presented (black belt) Willie Jones, (brown

with certificates of promo- belt) D. 1.. Stewart, (White belt)

))1 tion. Also promoted, but not pre- Clyde Harp, C. Albritton and David .

sent, were J. S. McCarron to Shifley, and (Juniors) C. C.
Jones and Stewart congratulate promotees Harp and Shifley. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, Yonky and Pat Sullivan to blue Jones, B. Jones, G. Whitmore,

PH2.P11.Florida's. belt, third class student in the L, Parham, B. Lee and M. Jones.

Women have been The other team was from Duval
playing golf
Duck Goose Coot County Parental Home for Colored
for a great deal longer than most
I ,
realize. originated Boys. Representing the home wereS.
men Though golf WaysTo
Suggests
Pamphlet Bownes, C; Wyche J.
Hunting Season Opens'Nov. 27 as a man's game, It was Slmo
played by Mary Queen of Scotsas 'Shape Up' Physically C. Blackshear, T. Mitchell, R.

Florida's duck and coot bag limits on American and red- long ago as the 16th century.In DeLoney D. Lucas N. Griffin,
,
AFPS If
goose Washington ( ) you are
1.. Stephens B. Alexander
breasted five and W.
hunting season will open at 12:00 mergansers is France, she called the boys performing duty of a sedentarynature
noon November 27 and run for forty the possession limit Is ten. who fetched her golf balls In the Navy or Marine Qusley, W. Peterson, and R.
consecutive Leon County will be closed to "cadets", pronounced "cadday"hence Walker, all white belts.
days through January
there
Corps is a good chance you These have
5. duck, goose, and coot hunting "caddie" William Barry will receive of boys beenprogressIng -
a Shape Up.
copy
Under the final migratory hunt except on Wednesday,Saturdays, Furlong, "Mary Queen of Scots A new physical fitness rapidly In the sport of judo

ing regulations framework Just received Sundays, opening day and holidays. started It" New York Times Mag, Shape Up has been pamphlet and show marvelous Improvement.The .
.In addition to other bag and 8-18-63 designed to lax Navy Judo team wishesto
from the U.S. Fish and Wild keep sailors and marines
possession limits Florida hunters phystcal- thank Tommy Boney, Super-
life Service, daily bag limits for fit when
duties of
assigned Inactive -
an visor
of
in certain scaup concentrationareas were established to encourage Recreation and Play-
\ ducks will be four, with a total nature.
possession limit of eight. Dally will be allowed a bonus of hunters to harvest more scaup grounds for Duval County, for the
the has been under- Shape Up contains a conditionIng help he has
where these
species given and
bag for geese will be two, witha two extra scaup ducks In a day'sbag boys
harvested in the On the other program which can be used for helping to
possession of four. Dally bag and four in possession. These past. promote judo in the
for coots will be eight, with a total areas are: All open waters of hand, the limit of two Florida ducks while a sitting for af a desk in as wellas Jacksonville area.
possession limit of 16. Charlotte Harbor from the bridgeon constitute a harvest reduction program use quarters.
officers have been
Commanding
According to A.D. Aldrich, U.S. Highway 41 to a straight measure resulting from the low
director, Game and Fresh Water line running in an easterly'direction water conditions In South Florida requested to encourage participation -
Fish Commission, special water- from Boca Grande Pass during the past spring. as outlined in Shape Up. IM Bowline

fowl regulations In effect for the through Bokeelia to the mainland. -

1963-64 season are: Hunting per All open areas of the 2,200

mitted from sunrise to sunset acre impoundment open to con- ScheduleThursday

except opening day when duck, trolled hunting on the Guano River*

goose and coot shooting begins at Wildlife Management area, St. The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the lax Ail News, is offeringa
12:00 noon. No hunting of canvas- Johns County, Florida. ".00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to this weeKs cross
word puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200 each Saturday following pub September 19
All watersof
back or redhead ducks. open the Banana Heat ion. The winner will be announced in next week's issue of the lax Air National League
The daily bag may not include River from Banana Creek southto News. Entries must be sent to tbet Holt Publishing Company 4724 Clyde
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.CROSSWORD .
more than two mallards, black State Road 520. 8:30 p.m. Air Frames vs Marines

ducks, or Florida ducks, singlyor All open waters of Tamps Bay. 3:30 p.m. Bandits vs Lucky 7
in the aggregate, or two wood AU open waters of the Indian PUZZLE Amw.r to r-rtvbv s hale 6:00 p.m. Rookies vs Pan Hand-

ducks, or one hooded merganser.The River from Shiloh south to the ACROSS :-VentilateXltmis I SIDE].an. A T lAIC lers
total possession limit may not bridge on State Road 516 at Mel- 1.)14111'. Jleutonlrlelty wild i! R eTA I L. L 5 ii I IT E R 6:00 p.m. Pro's vs Electrons
include more than four black ducks, bourne. nickname E A.II IN IE R T OIIOtT E 6:00 p.m. VU-10 vs Pin Pounders
All 4-\ state lo.Sarcasm doa raiaaa I sea. .
mallards, or Florida ducks,singlyor open waters of Mosquito (al.br.! ) I2-No\a $:;Sioll .: saaaaraB.EBB 8:30 p.m. NARTU #2 vs Valions

In aggregate, two wood ducks, Lagoon (Indian River Lagoon) from II tMVIse IncIDu,:,t"H.) -I hense:ill.::l.i.) S TAR.. nsan. :aa 8:30 p.m. Rejects vs Play Boys
and two hooded mergansers. Dally Oak Hill to State Road 402. J3Crcnnnli8ymlMl 1;-}'nundlia'* as I .ana.ana I .es 8:30 p.m. Owl Hoots vs Eagles
The above "scaup bonus areas"carroll's : I fortantalum :I'o-l'iu! PfC no.anas I .mans
:3.'KrclC': aiaa.aananaH
16-Preposition 16.0nrllppr, \\hlrl\\liul IN la ml 8 .. no. anna I cjsca.j
)II.ConJUllctioll 2I 1-Note fir male saan. naazjg I an Monday, September 23
sport shop inc 21-Hox 2:-1'Intall diuk R E 16 A R D H E 'oJ E N American League
ill: Hrt,nle,
fII.) ( .)
Complete line of :G-YuJf.h" 30.Hanlah
Sporting equipment 3:30
AF679th
% dictator Island 4I.Vrhlilea43Huy :1.Fs,1slner p.m. vs Thunderheads -
Q.l'IlIkwurl1l :3.Rsrkrlnth: batik ii.lAilirlcatJS .
HUNTING FISHING FOOTBALL .
29: l>rosy| 3.:.Spa ration 4-Conjunct : :'A state
BASKETBALL ':Sensed ;i-)Roman 4<;-S.)'mbol for (abbr.) 3:30 p.m. Colts vs Twisters
( BASEBALL. GOLF
33-Mair* tyrant ttrlumISThonR
> ,.'<-(;Irl's name 6:00 p.m. Needlers vs Cutters
/ St. Croix fishing tackvl'Sbrimp nets 34 r Want nickname 3S-Thre handed .holding' for log l ,;,.I'rl"tpr'. 6:00 p.m. Seabees vs Sparks

ft Kroyo Spalding & Wilson iolf Uquip 3U.Collf'6, armadillo' :aMIIjchest nifRxure 6:00 p.m. Griffins vs Riggers
nTI( lal *
39: >Krult Ilfllnt -Note of ccak
KEDS 3S.llebretr 8:30 p.m. Confidentials vs Train-
Dealer for month4iAtan's
(, genuine niiin I 2 3 ;:r. 4 j "ti: 6 7 8 9 10:8f.!: ers
(expert safes personnel) 4-Muxiral: >: X'. 8:30 p.m. Marlins vs Falcons

Cam &U! 3456 Bland ing Blvd At Cedar Creek 15-Kemunera:; drama 11 1 12 :a 13 I1 Ilion 14 8:30 p.m. ComFalrJax "B" vs

47-l'KK-Fhai: 15' 16 17 18 Sky Warriors #1
4'J-War! JOfI" ..
;.".pilaster( .x- 19 20 :; 21 22 2J
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STARTING SIPT 13,1963 23 .
I : 4.lInH"htll-( 24 \: 1.' 26 27 2. Wednesday, September 25

:."':Sun cal; 1 Gale) 29 30 y 31 32 3J Continental League
::.fi-l'lrate :-.
00
Calling All Model Car Builders "
5'J-! 1 foih>Ionianileltv ....: .. 34 3S 10ti 37 -=""J;
. .
: : l.tt.l.trpl..1C .':- rrS: 3:30 p.m. Avions vs Clutchers

EN1ER 'i3.Wpnt byeater 38 39 40 41 :.:;.:: 42 43 44 3:30 p.m. Sky Warriors ###2 vs

NARTU ###1
63 Anoint 4) 46 47
THE REVELL "OPEN" CUSTOM CAR GG.l'nlocl l of >>:> 48 :;."-: 49 6:00 p.m. Mix Masters vs Demons *
.
time (ahltr..so) jl j2 .
C7-\Vlne : = 53 j4 6:00 p.m. Spoilers vs BB Stackers
cup rXS: : :: ;:;:;
CONTEST I # DOWN1ln jj .'.:. 56 j7 Sa'f: j9 ti 6:00 p.m. ComFalrJax "A" vs
Sponsored muxlo, .' .Z' Cursors

T ANY MAKE- By ?2-Rented:! high 01 I 62 .:..:...:. 63 64 8:30 p.m. Paymasters vs Black-

G.C. MURPHY 3-Note of scale 6j ..:..: 166 Q- ;- 7 birds
CO. 4OMalimfiJJtgaii .
ANY TYPE fj.el..nr 1m :.Z.: 8:30 p.m. Chiefs vs Com Store
Putt. py United Feature Syndicate Inc. Five

ELK5BIE ROOSEVELT MALL 8:30 p.m. Molar Rollers vsPizzan's
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19, 1963 JAX AIR NEWSBowlarama' _. A j
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Independent Teams, WoodsAnd 1M Bowling



Play Annual Conferences WaterOf

fishermen make Intramural Bowling results for
the week of Sept. 9-13 and as '
the mistake of overloading them- follows:
selves with too much gear. Par-
Game ticularly so when It comes to

lures, such as- plugs, files, and AMERICAN LEAGUE
the like.It .
($.econd In A Series.AFPS) Is fine to have a large assort- Thunderheads 4, Riggers 0

ment of plugs,spinners and spoons, Trainers 4, AF679th 0
An Intense game of "bowlarama" will open this football season for but the question arises--are they Seabees 2, Falcons 2 WEST5IDE4JM

the major Independent teams and the rugged Southeastern and South- all needed at any one time? Not Marlins 3, Needlers 1

western Conferences. usually; In fact six or seven,chosen Sky Warriors #1-3, Colts 1 /ItIan&
only a league title, but a national : AM
ComFatrJax "B" 2Confidentals2CONTINENTAL [
Fighting for top bOwl berths with the water and weather con-
title as well. Assembled in Nor-
will be such independent powersas ditions In mind, will be enough.
Miami, Fla., Syracuse, Oregonand man, according finest to reports, Is one Carry too many In the boat or SERVING
of'filklnson's squads.
Pittsburgh, while the SEC and to the shore tempts the fishermanto I SO AMNEST
Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas
SWC will renew their annualscrapsfor keep changing lures Instead of LEAGUE '
-- after enjoying room at the top COUNTY
New Year's Day dates. practicing his casting technique. Cursors 4, Avlons 0 WITH
-- will have to usedto
Not to be forgotten In the strug- recently eviction. get More often than not, it Is the cast BB Stackers 3, Spartans 1 COMPLETE

gle for trips to Miami, Dallas, or retrieve that Is at fault and Clutchers 2, Demons 2 I CONVENIENT MODERN
ACC -- in a when no
New Orleans, Philadelphia, Jack- member Is year Invinci- not the lure. Check with local Blackbirds 4, Sky Warriors #2-0 COMMERCIAL
sonville and other bowl sites are league boasting fishermen If you are unfamiliarwith Pizzan's 3, Mix Masters 1 BANKING
members of theBlg Eight;Atlantic bility, a your-guess-Is-as-good- the area; ask what the best Molar Rollers 3, ComFairJax SERVICES
as-mine season is expected. The Coast Conference; Southern Conference producers are, and fit your tackle "A" 1
best to be Duke, Clemsonand
Missouri Valley Con- appear box accordingly. Leave the rest Chiefs 4, Paymasters 0 NOURMM..TA....,-LO AM140r
but is
Maryland, not one over- .
ference and the Mid-American looking the Carolina schools. of you collection In camp or In /p AM-S 111 All o....
Conference. car.
Southern -- West Vlrgina stands your
In addition to the time lost
Independents With luck
any alone. Tech and William
Virginia NATIONAL LEAGUE
changing lures, there Is always the
murderous schedules Pitt
against and the other
Mary are only league
Miami, Syracuse, Oregon and Penn schools with championship de- danger of losing them. Bulky tackle Bomb Scorers 3, Marices 1
State could wind up with bowl berths any boxes have been known to end up Rookies 3, Bandits 1

and high national rankings. sign.MVC -- Tulsa and Cincinnati at the bottom of a lake or stream Playboys 3, VU-10 1

Notre Dame, although not bowl share a pre-season limelight. But through an Inadvertent push from Pro's 3, Pin Pounders 1 ILANDINCOOLIVAID 7/1-OlOi
conscious, is keying emotionallyto watch conference shoe. Owl Hoots 3, Pan Handlers 1
carefully new
a "meatgrinder" schedule. member Louisville. You can usually fit all the flies Eagles 4, NARTU #2-0
New coach you'll need In a pocket,where thereIs Air Frames 3 Valions 1
Hugh Devore equipped MID-AM -- In the fastest rising Member of FDIC
of them.If
with vets and shining sophs, is out conference in the nation Miami less danger work losing with fewer Lucky 7-4, Rejects 0
to put the Irish back on the foot- Ohio which shocked Purdue last you really
,
( )
ball lures, you'll not only get more
map. but lost the crown to OhioU
year exercise but should catch
more
Boston College, Florida State,
looks ready to take all. fish.
Rutgers and Xavier (Ohio) are .

good other seasons.independents preping for {t't. : ;, SAVE NOW!

SWCTexas and Arkansas... \t.'Mif't'i
the annual fight for the coveted
conference title. But behind these Wi., <}i
: :% 63 MODEL
two powers loom Improving teams ..)j. It, ,
tired of also On the "I've q-1' ii'DRY '4j
running. f.. y"
-got-surprises" list are Texas A >.':: ,' ,.,..., CLOSEOUTISOUTHSIDE !
", .i\c\b
,
and M, SMU, Baylor and Rice. I > t:<.f
SEC -- Mississippi,with Its but- "

tery schedule conference, looks champ.like an But undefeated -, \s "- : FORD

the season record Is the thing In

this most bowl-conscious con- LAND ROWING Mrs. LeRc oy c>> Stehle receives body building' 5303 Beach Blvd.FACT4ftr':0UTLET .
ference
of all. pointers from Mrs. LeRoy Nelso)n who is helping to coordinateh
With sound quarterbacks at their ladies use of infoor pool Healtl Room facilities. The room is
calling, Alabama Joe Nameth and '
( )
and 'from 9.11 for
open Tuesdays Thursdays a.m., women only.
Georgia Tech Bill
( Lothridge)
((Navy Photo)
figure prominently In the title

picture. Florida, Auburn and Ten-
selfish callous .. .
A bachelor


nessee Oklahoma Eight are team also--sound Is Bud In Wilkinson's contenders.Big line for not. _divorce.undeserving_.....some_'.,--IEIIII worthy man woman who!



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CALISTHENICS are performed by some of the NO ::
:
nearly 70 ladies taking part in the two-day, four-hour exercise

program being conducted weekly at the indoor pool'' Health Room. DAILY 9:30 TO 9:00 '

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.11 a.m., are the exclusive times.In 4.yh

the foreground is Joe Thrift, a former UDT member who is one EXCEPT WED. TIL 6. CLOSED SUNDAYSEPTEMBER ; sxfi

of the Special Services instructors. (Navy Photo)



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Exceptionally Clean. 60 PONTIAC WAGON . . . .$1695
61 FALCON WAG. DOOR .$1495 V-8, Auto. Trans., Radio, Heater, Power Steering MOTORS
Radio, WSW, Automatic Trans., Heater{ Extra Nice and Brakes, Tutone Green and White.

61 FORD GALX. 4DR. SED . $1795 60 FORD F-L 4-DOOR . . . .$1095
V-8, Automatic Trans., R&H, Power Steering Sedan, V-8, Radio, Heater, Air Condition, WSW NEW 1963 FORDS
61 GALAXIE HARDTOP .$1595
4-Dr. V-8, A.T., R&H, Air Condition.
V-8, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, 59 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE . $1295 ,
Power Steering, 5 to Choose from. 9 Passenger. Power Steering and Brakes, Radio i '
61 FORD 4 DOOR V-8*.$795 and Heater. White Tires. ,

Stand. Shift Heater Overdrive, A Real Honey 59 PLYMOUTH SUBURBAN . $795
'DIO' Wagon, 6 Cyl., Stand. Trans., R&H{, Nice
60 TR 3, .-$1595
Heater{ Tonneau Cover g 59 PLYMOUTH 4 DR. 6 CYL. . .$695
Stand. Shift, Heater, WSW, Top Buy. __ ___.
60 FORD GALAXIE 4DR. . . $1295
59 FORD DOOR SEDAN .$795 -
Y-8, Auto. Trans, Radio, Heater, Power Steering u.
Straight! Transmission, Tu-Tone,
and Brakes Power Windows. 6 Cylinder,
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.s SHIFT . $595 .
R&H, WSW Tires Runs Great! .





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