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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 26, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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 of Hcial i I I expression of any-
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 21 NO. 29
JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA
SEPT EMBER 26, 1963
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VP-5 'Mad Foxes' Win Capt.! I :..l 'Tailor-made' Blues Now

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Isbell ASW Trophy For '63The o t p Are Regulation Says BuPerc

"Mad Foxes" of Patrol Squadron Five, commanded by Com- }
mander Robert P. Smyth have received the Captain Arnold Jay Is- Tailor-made blues' may now be worn by Navy enlisted men below -
bell ASW trophy Award for fiscal year 1963. This is the second con- the rate of CPO. The ruling was announced in BuPers Notice
secutive year that a Fleet Air Wing Eleven Patrol Squadron has won 1020 and is one of several effecting uniform regulations.It .
the Isbell ASW Trophy. It Is anticipated that Cdr. Smyth and the N was emphasized that the '
"Mad Foxes" will take possession of their new trophies on their tailor-made blues can be worn on form. It may be worn in placeof
return to NAS Jacksonville early In November. __ an optional basis at the sailors' other prescribed uniforms dur-
Announcement of the award by 4 own expense. Materials certified ing travel on an optional basis,
the Chief of Naval Operations to the patrol squadron In the U.S. j f for the blue uniforms Include unless otherwise prohibited by of-
makes Patrol Squadron Five the Atlantic Fleet that receives the serge, gabardine, or tropical ficials.
current holder of the Navy's two highest competitive exercise r ;1! worsted fabrics of any weight.The Upon arrivalat their destination,
most coveted Patrol Squadron scores for the fiscal year. The uniforms must conform to personnel will wear the uniform
awards; the Battle Readiness Excellence permanent trophy is retained by the present regulations governingthe prescribed for that area, It was
Award and the Isbell ASW the Navy Department at WashingtonD.C. Issue-type melton uniforms, pointed out.
Trophy. Alongwlththeawardcame and bears the names of the It was pointed out. Also the A side zipper may be inserted
congratulations from the Chief of squadrons winning it for each competitive A MUST for a new Army unit now material should be of dark blue In the left side seam of the ser
Naval Operations and the Navy's year. based here at NAS is the wearingof and similar to the same material vice dress blue jumper the new'
highest accolade "Well Done". The Patrol Squadron is a unit of masks during the perfor- used in CPO or officer uniforms. regulations revealed. The zipper
The trophy Is named In honor of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Which Is gas of their ob. See Another change to uniform regulations should be inserted by professionaltailors
Captain Arnold Jay Isbell, USN, commanded by Captain L.P. Pres- mance ( story on will allow the service to insure proper fit and
who lost his life during World War sler. The squadron Is presently page 4. (Navy Photo) dress blue uniform to be worn appearance. The purpose of the
H. The trophy was first awardedIn stationed at the Naval Air Facil- through-out the Navy as the acceptable zipper Is to provide a better fit,
ity, Sigonella, Sicily. year-round travel unl-
1959, and is awarded annually! Continued on page- 10

Finance Officer Reviews United BULLETIN Fund Campaign officials: AFMA Gets Brief Look

Biweekly Pay SystemBy have announced as of Mondays'
tally that &']* of the Navys' goal At
Data PlanBy
Lt. B. A. BuscherA has been reached. Two NAS units Processing s
are now over the top with 100(%
change to the military system in the Jacksonville area took
pay
contributions, Navy Exchange and Mae Spencer, J01 1 1A
place on March 29, 1963. Previously,we had all been getting two checksa he latest, the Navy Area Audit
month the 15th and 30th. Since last March, we have been
usually on office. brief look at data processing and what It means to an organizationwas
getting our checks every other Friday. For the benefit of those who The fund drive Is In Its second given to the NAS Armed Forces Management Association ,by ,I
may have forgotten how their pay is computed under the biweekly sys- week here and Is expected to run Robert 1 1.. Tanner, IBM Representative assigned to the Navy Programs
tem, and for those who may have reported recently, I think a brief review Office
through October. Washington, D. C. He was the principle speaker at the monthly -
might be helpfuL !meeting: held last_ Thursday at the "0" Club.
Let's compare what a second SMA (Clothing).......... Three hundred NAS Jax and In his speech,"Management Responsibilities -
class petty officer would have 6.00 Cecil Field Navy volunteers wereat In Planning for Data that last years' way Is still ok."
made under the old "twice a BAQ..105.00 the Mayport Naval Station Processing", Tanner directed his Thus it Is up to managementto
month" method and what he now is ComRats 30.90 beaches area yesterday helping to remarks to all levels of manage- communicate to the people the
paid under the biweekly system. $346.90 ward off the erosion caused by high ment. importance of the various things
The first thing that the Navy Finance seas. He emphasized, that the planning that are going on in the conver-
Office does Is to determinethe Debits Social Security. .$7.43 The crews, 186 from NAS Jax stage Is very Important when data sion to data processing.The people
man's! "net monthly pay".Net Income Tax. .. 7.10 and 125 from Cecil, left for May- processing is introduced Into an should have the program relatedto
monthly pay Is computed by adding Allotments. .242.37 port at 6:30 a.m., and as of late organization. "Dollars may be everyday environment. These,
"permanent" or "continuing"credits $256.90 yesterday afternoon were still saved with the new equipment but things can be done through edu-
on his pay record and sub- placing sandbags along the It Is Important to remember that cation. This education must be a.
tracting all "permanent" or"con- Equals $90 Net Monthly Pay damaged area. This area Includesthe chaos may arise In the organi- continuing process on changing
tinuing" debits. As an example: enlisted men's club, CPO Club zation," said the IBM official concepts Tanner said,as the field
Credits YN2 (E-5)) Basic Pay.. The man previously received officers' club and some officers' "People don't like to change their changes'so fast, and Is very com-

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DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. Admiral ofthe Fleet Lord Louis Mountbatten, chiefof Administration degree from JU. Moments before the Admirals'arrival Dr. Johnson
the defense staff of Great Britain, is greeted upon his arrival at HAS Jackson- conferred with Capt. P. Doyne, RN, and Capt. Compton. Arrangements are made
ville by Dr. Franklyn A. Johnson, former president of Jacksonville University and for the helicopter trip to JU and meanwhile the Admiral talks with Eric Frank
now president of Los Angeles State College; RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite, Com- land, London Daily Express reporter Lord Mountbatten received his honorary de.
FairJax and ComNab Sixth ND and Capt. James R. Compton, NAS Commanding gree at JU and then toured Marineland prior to flying to London. (Navy Photos by
Officer./ Lord Mountbatten came to Jax to receive an honorary Doctorate of Public Ron Gardner, PH2 and Marc Whetstone, J01))
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... Pane 2 JAX AIR HEWS September- 26 1963--

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Will Automation ResultIn Station Traffic ,, -

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Worker Displacement? Violation Record _, '* T S
Following is a report of traffic
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
violations for the September
Regularly we read ,;'/;hear of the, I Impact of automation and the 15 through September period 2L distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
resulting problem of ''workfej"' displacement* For centuries machines Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
have taken the place of human labor ------- muscle effort has been NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

mechanized. Over and over people have feared permanent mass unemployment week (period September 15- NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information. Office,

as the result. These fears have been proved.. wrong. 21)). . 5 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 1200 noon qn Monday before
Mechanization, in general. has not destroyed jobs---- -It has left Total accidents this through publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-
year
as or more jobs than oefore.
The many Sept. 2L . . 191* Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
mechanization of information Number of accidents through September Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

processing and decision Be PreparedMost 1962 . 196 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
making described by some Is being Total number of days since last Company, 4724 Clyde Drive,. Jacksonville 8, Florida --
as a second Industrial -
injury in motor vehicle accident.22 Telephone 359-4040or 359-027L
4 revolution. Others say drivers want to be safe
that a second industrial revolution drivers in fact, most drivers
simply doesn't exist---- believe they are safe drivers. They NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis VOL. 21 NO. 29 SEPTEMBER 1963

Instead for about two centuriesour want to avoid expensive collisions --
Country has been through a and the nuisance caused by losingthe week (Sept. 15-21)). 55
continuing industrial revolution. use of the Speeding . . . 5
car. They want
Different aspects have been apparent to avoid Injury to themselves and Going through Stop Sign. 4 Little Things Mean A Lot
yet it has been basicallyan to others. They want to avoid Reckless driving. . 1
Other Violations. . 45
evolution in the way man has losing their licenses. Unfortu-
Editor's Note: The following walked over to the pond, and beganto
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handled his environment.Out nately, In spite of these desires,
of the developments in auto- the record shows that auto drivers Thirty four drivers appeared editorial, byLt. Cdr.John V. Bor- empty the water out of the
before the Traffic Boardat atc USN appeared in pond, a teaspoonful at a time.
mation and mechanization, man has are not as good as they think theyare. Hearing eczky, ,
the held The Pendleton Scout Marine Corps "What's the matter with ?
provided for himself, his family, meeting on September you
and his fellowman the wonders ofa If you want to avoid an auto 23. Disposition of the cases include Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif.) Are you crazy?" asked Hitler.
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good life. Today, especially In accident, here's one important the following: drivers lost According to a French best- "No, Churchill answered
mechanized areas of the World, thing to remember: The other their driving and parking privileges seller the following legend was qui tely. "It's going to take a
man has an abundance of food, driver may not be as good as he aboard the station for circulated around France during long time to empty all the water
clothing, and shelter for the body; thinks he is. So expect the unexpected various periods; 15 were assignedto World War II. France had fallen. out of that pond, and then It will
opportunities for knowledge and for from him. What are complete an eight-hour coursein Hitler, Mussolini and Churchillmet be easy to catch the fish..And
mental stimulation; and never be- some of the unexpected things remedial driving Instructions; in a conference at a French that's the way we're going to win
fore envisioned challenges for serv that you should watch for? 10 were given suspended penalties; Chateau. the war little by little. It
ing his fellowman and even for Let's start with hazards at intersections seven were given warnings; two After a long conference concern- will take a while, but we will win.
reaching for the stars. which are among the were dismissed; onewas fined; and ing matters of state, they retiredto Little things do mean a lot. One
Source data automation and electronic chief trouble spots. At an inter- four were referred to commanding the garden for a drink. Hitler little bit of carelessness in work-
data processing on com- section, be prepared for the driver officers for possible disciplinary casually remarked that the war ing on a plane, one loose screw
puters appears as an answer to who goes through a red light or a action. was as good as won. Churchill or bolt, might spell disaster. Little
the onrushing wave of paperworkand stop sign. It happens every day. disagreed, and the argument began. things put together make big things;
digits in which the present The fact that you have the rightof Finally Churchill said, "In our the car, the plane, the building,
generation Is immersed. Progressin way Is not a guarantee that in Iront of you to come to a country we settle differences of a man's life Victory over one's
this field is needed irrespectiveof the other driver Is going to yield sudden stop. This Is especially opinion with a wager. Would you weaknesses faults, habits is won
any short-term disruptions so expect the unexpected slow typical In city traffic; but It can care to indulge?" little by little over a period of
caused by automation. Uown at all Intersections, whether also occur on the highway. A "What do you mean?" asked time.
Just remember automation isn't they're city streets or country good rule of thumb is to allow Hitler. Don't ever forget It: Little
stealing everyone's job. The attendant highways; resume speed only when between your car and the vehicle Pointing at the little pool in things do mean a lot.
problems of labor dis- you're sure It's safe. just ahead, one car length of space the garden filled with carp, Churchill
placement and manual skill obsolescence What can you expect when for each lOmph of speed that you explained. "Whoever can JOWCs Plan Fashion
are receiving serious approaching the brow of a hill are driving. Give yourself plenty catch all the carp in that pool
attention of business and govern- or a curve In the highway? It of room to stop. without the usual fishing equipmentwill Show October 2
ment leaders. Everywhere in this would be unexpected to see a car When the driver In front of you win the wager and be declared ,
paperwork automation business, approaching you in your lane because makes a turn without previous the victor in war. The Jacksonville Officers
personnel demands already are it is passing another car; warning that's another unexpected "Fine, said Hitler, and pulling Wives' Club willpresent"AutumnKaleidoscope"
being felt among digital computer so be on the safe side expect it. hazard! You can be ready out his gun he fired into the water on Wednesday,
systems designers,programmers, Be prepared by slowing down and for it by leaving plenty of space to kill the carp. But the bullets October 2 at the "0" Club with
and operators. To insure maximum driving at the extreme right side between you and the car up front, were deflected and he shot none. Terri Dahly as fashion commenta
utilization of the more timely man- of your lane when approaching a and by remembering never to pass Scowling, Hitler looked at Mussolini tor.
agement decision-making tools curve or the crest of a MIL Be another car at an Intersection and said, "It's up to The fashion show will follow a
more effort in analysis and related prepared to leave the highway whether in the city or in the Musso. In you gor'So you social hour scheduled for 11:30
areas will be necessary. Retraining If necessary, but at a reduced country. (An exception to the Mussolini jumped Into the a.m.The
and upgrading of worker speed. passing rule would be the case pond, and for ten minutes frant- Naval Air Station wives
skills is a mustltdtorra I Also be prepared for traffic where traffic comes to a stopat ically tried to catch hold of the are hostesses for the event. Co-

an Intersection and more than slippery fish, but to noavaiL Then chairmen are Mrs. W.L. Parks,
/ ; one lane in your direction Is it was Churchill's turn. He picked Jr., and Mrs. R.H. Fagan.
available.) up a teaspoon from the table, Models will be Mrs. R.B. Buf-
fington, Mrs. J.H. Crawford, Mrs.
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Conservation Applies E.M. Fussell, Mrs. R.D. Gordon,
Mrs. D.L.L. Krauss, Mrs. J. A.
WWAT
CAN ]IPO: fOR
fREEDOM? McFadden, Mrs. W.D. McFarlane,
-- Mrs. R.P. Nicholls, Mrs. P.A. Pol-
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Pershing Wilson.Reservations .

The Armed Services are constantly urging servicemen to con- ''I. TfeLL If should be made
serve resources.We prior to noon, September 30 with
usually think of resources as lights, gas and other material To- reservations chairman, Mrs. E.F.
goods used dally in military life. One very Important area is often ,,, Hodge, 781-1311, a club official

overlooked--conservation of resources In the mess hall. fJ.,.. Y,. ,,I said.
Often, servicemen fall to realize the great expense of running a / ,, AFMA
mess halL At least this seems the case when men daily pile their d ,,
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trays high with meat, potatoes and fruit and then return a hefty por- ; (Cont. from Page 1))
tion to the scullery.For r eeDOMs plicated.

many years servicemen were greeted In mess halls by the / OONA"1iONc Tanner was introduced by Cap
slogan "Take all you want but eat all you take." Even though It's tain Robert H. Fagan, AFMA vice
not used much any more, it's still very pertinent.No president who presided over the
one cares how much food you take as long as you eat It all.. --c; ''j ld meeting.
But taking too much to begin with, knowing you will never be ableto : Other Items of Interest at the
eat it all, is wasting food, money and manpower. meeting were the introduction of
Wasting food is unnecessary and in turn means that money is six new members; naming the
wasted both In buying and preparing food. speaker for the October 24 meet-
.. The Armed Forces spend about $2.5 million a day to feed military IN youR tU Ing .. Robert L. Bidwell, Martin
personnel. How much of this Is literally thrown away? "'" Co., Orlando who will speak on
A concerted effort by servicemen to conserve food In the mess .: ;: t:: ,,: .',"!,r ', "Value Analysis as a ManagementTool"
hall could lead to dividends in other areas. Money saved in the mess :i 1'/7 ) ; and the announcing of the
hall could be used elsewhere to make the serviceman's life more rFP5 Annual Convention which will be
comfortable and fulfilling. (AFPS) held at San Antonio, Texas on October

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Reconnasslance. In reality it Is a -' 1" .
EXPLOSIVE DISPOSALU.S. J01 familiarization and training pro- ,- -
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last month with the which Is presented upon request ', '1;, ,
ARMY organization stationed In Florida, and Is one of gram ..... .._ .. : .
establishment of the U.S. Army with- to civil defense,law enforce ';f k'......J.<,.. ; .. ..
544th Ordnance Detachment (ED) only eight organizations ment and military organizations.One -, "'.....t-... 71'.'..'>._::;''J1I;1''": '--.c:4_
in the structure of the Third Army .. ."'"
at the Jacksonville Naval Air problem the explosive disposal -- > .'..
...finds now horn... Station. which covers five states. unit Is faced with Is the war ...unlqut dexterity..

The title of the organization Isn't Commanding Officer of the unit time souvenir which ranges from National Guard camp,the ordnance
584 is First Lieu-
Since 1941, the Treasury has very Impressive until one Inter- housed in Bldg. hand grenades to small rockets. specialists moved to-the Aberdeen
Weber He
sponsored two partlcal payments prets what the capital letters ED has tenant Joseph enlisted G. ,under III. his Many persons have been killed by Proving Grounds In Maryland in
plans for purchasing U.S. Sav- stand for. They mean Explosive seven men such souvenirs they believed to be 1958 and remalnedthere until being
.. charge six ordnance specialistsand
''Ings Bonds: through the Payroll DisposalIn Inert, Incapable of exploding. restablished here In Florida.
administrative clerk.
Savings Plan where you work, civilian circles this could be one Theyare These deathly conversation pieces There are two notable Items a
First Class FJ.
and through the purchase of Saving descriptive of a bomb squad. : Sergeant usually fall into the hands of young- visitor can see should he tour the
Burke Staff K.R. Foster
Stamps at schools and post The 544th Is believed to be the Sergeant sters and a re,more likely than not, unit's spaces..a historic training
Specialist six H.W. Jr.,
offices. first unit of its type ever to be Carey fatal playthings. Persons having aid and asmallplaque. The training
Sandlin
Specialist six D. B. ,
such souvenirs are asked to .old is a 1812 cannon ball

I i ::; dial EV 8-7676 \ Specialist Specialist five four C.D. H.J. Schultz Yancey,, notify their or nearest local civil law defense enforce-officials weighing 11 Inches 90 In pounds circumference.and measuring It is

and the clerk, Specialist four R.S.
Weimer. ment agency and have the arti- of the same type fired at Ft.Sumpter -
MILITARYMcDOUGALLISKcAYNCE cle removed. When at all
safely British
by warships from
Excluding the clerk billet, all of a
the men are volunteers and have possible, after proven unharmfulthe range of some five miles.
r souvenirs are returned to the The second item..the small
graduated from a five and half-
AUTO u {'SURA CI' month course conducted at the Navy possessor. Do not call the 544th plaque ...depicts the confident feelings
uae Explosive I Ordnance Disposal directly. The Army specialist will each man has for the others'

School at Indianhead, Md. This be summoned If deemed necessaryby dexterjty.) It reads, "Accuracy is
the civilian authorities.The our Watchword We Never Make
course, jointly attended by both officer -
cow rNr uR r ro sara: f fr and enlisted personnel, offers unit's history: dates back to Mistakes". One thing Is for certain
1954 when it founded Indian-
was at
can't afford
they
surface to make
thorough study ordnanceand
town Gap Pa. From this summer them.
6403 Roosevelt Blvd.-Neet NAS-JtcksoorlU* special weapons training. In _.
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addition to this training,each grad- ( 1
uate must return to the school on

the average of every 18 months fora

seven-week refresher session.On .
YOU'LL BE the job here at NAS Jax,
the unit will be responsible to the
entire State of Florida In fulfilling -
NUTTY ABOUT
Its mission. This mission,
in its simplest form, Is to detect 5
BEIIAIRT00 and render safe disposal service on

U. S. and foreign ordnance including -

nuclear devices.In .

accomplishing this task, the r rs
unit works with specially designedtools

and equipment which a re used 3'r
for the safe removal and deacti-

vation of fuses contained In such

ordnance as gas bombs, artillery '
shells, chemical bombs to the
deadly hand grenade.

; < Unlike the Navy and Air Force-

W' the Ndvy being responsible for ordnance LII
control only within Its military \

compounds and at sea,and the
Air Force being responsible just
,
Jlt! within its compounds the Army !

i Is responsible for the teaching and
the coordination of Instruction
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G g
throughout the U. S. By doing
so, units such as the 544th disseminate -

the necessary Information
which enables other servicemenand

civilians to make proper ? m M a F

Identification and reportings of ordnance -

found. And, equally important

take what appropriate protective :i:, '-
measures that may be ;

necessary. MEMBERS 1st Lt. Weber OF 544th with ordnance display are (from lower left)
Included in the mission descrip SSgt. Foster Spec 6 Carer Spec. 4 Weimer, Spec. 4 Schultz
tion of the unit Is a program set Burke. Spec 6 Sncrtln' Spec. Yancey, and Sgt. L. C.
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'BELLAIR up known as Explosive Ordnance (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone JOn _

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NEXT with 40 new acts, will be presented -
N.A.S.
JAX
talTO In Jacksonville's spacious
In and
us about our budget )hair, Coliseum, October 4-5-6.
care
the signs Southon plan I Tailored to your ne.d. Sponsored by Morocco Temple'
SHAMPOO and proceeds from the Shrine event,

Blanding Boulevard For: SET each week plus permanents as often as needed will go to Temple activities and
charities. Hamld-Morton circus

CHECK ON OUR has been showing over the
Schools. Churches. SPECIAL
Streetlights. nation for many years.
THROUGH OCTOBER Shows on Friday October 4
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Sidewalks. Kitchen equipped. Beauty. will begin at 3:30: and 8 P.M. The
Saturday schedule includes perfor

,. $1500 PER MONTH and mances at 1, 5, and 8:30P.M.: and
up
on Sunday at 1 and 5 P.M. Reserved

FROM $10,900 TO $$12,500 6481 Roosevelt Blvd The seats Coliseum sell for seats$3$2 10,000, and and$L

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-USAF-Col.- Barney ret. Looks Oldfield At USO .j ir



(The USO is served by the United Community Services Campaign) .!
"During my military years, I started when the most complicatedthing
In my life was mastery of the disassembly of the trigger mech-
anism on a rifle and by the time I left the uniform, we were In the
daily business of cataloguing everything of man-made origin which
moved in air and space. The devices to accomplish the detectionand
tracking were so much more complex than the trigger mechan- mfl
ism, one can hardly believe both were the concerns of a single life- 11 1
time. One thing they had in common, however, was that they were _Iff -a!- ----
the t ideas, the conceptions, and the product of the mental processes FIVE NEW CPOs received certificates of appointment from Capt.

ru' mpn'Foruhts! reason, we see a man Terri Will Telecast James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer In ceremonies held
like Colonel John Glenn pausing In Dahly Sept. 16. Here the captain hands a certificate to Jim T. Roberts,
his preoccupation with space to be Timrs III, CSCA, Galley 1 while other chiefs look on. (L to R) Ellis D. ..
Womens' News
an active supporter of the boy Navy Suarez, AMHCA, Aircraft Maintenance Dept; Oakley E. Schneider,
scout program. He knows that .-- HMCA Dispensary, Roberts, Capt. Compton; Jessie H. Hunter,
elaborate machinery of great pre- Navy News with the feminine SDCA, Senior BOQ; and William J. Hart, ACCA, RATCC' The
cision was freely given by his view is scheduled to make its first CPOs were promoted as a result of successfully competing in the
country to serve him as he orbited telecast on the midday program of \ February 1963 Navy wide exams. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner
the earth, but he also knows Channel 4 beginning Thursday,Oc- PH2.P1))
that the future might be less secure tober 3. Mrs. Terri Dahly will
than It could be without the act as newscaster and will appearas
training and guidance which Is part of the program each Thurs- KELLY GIRL
given to youngsters in the boy day, between 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 I

scout space program program. costs Like money having, so a p.m.Mrs.. Dahly will telecast news : '? NEEDS YOU !IWe
does a boy scout program.One concerning the entire Jacksonville ,
of the associations of my Navy complex. She Is primarily wr
military days, which I have con- interested in all Navy Wives Clubs a can place with Jacksonville's
tinued, is the United Service Organizations and church groups worthwhile
the USO. All six of projects such as charities, VIP Finest companies any SHARP gal who has office
the member agencies which makeup guests, newcomers, outstanding skills. NO CHARGES TO YOU Highest Calibe
USO figure In the United Fund luncheon programs,womerlS sports temporary employment to those who have other ,
of Lubbock and their motivationIs and family humor. Because of responsibilities but desire extra $ $354-011
very simple. With 2,700,000young the time limit Involved, Mrs.Dah-
people in the service, and ly will choose the most news wor-
about 2ff1/o/ of these in their first thy items for her program.The .
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enlistment and unmarried,USO believes deadline for receipt of news '
they should have a chanceto items will be each Wednesday at Terri Dahly
choose how they will spend their 3:00 p.m. Glossy photos ((8xlO) Need goin9 home money?
oft-duty time. Believing in the are desired when possible, but are
line. Each publicity outlet or chair-
basic good character of most young not necessary.All .
people,they feel If the opportunityIs information given should be man may call Mrs. Dahly at 388-
there for them to come within factual and complete and can be 3028 or mail information direct to
the USO orbit, they will come." given any weekday up to the dead- 5318 Ortega Forest Drive,Jax, 10.
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Jax Navy Matmen To Host First



i i&1ffi4w&* $& Local Invitational Judo Tourney


The first Jacksonville Invitational By D. L. Stewart will range Irom six to 16.
sr, Judo Tournament will beheld Trophies will be warded to first
here on Saturday and Sunday sentation from Air Force Bases and second place winners within
; September 28-29, In the Station Homestead, McCoy, McDill and each division for the men.A trophy
gymnasium, Bldg. 3. Matches will Patrick End from NAS Pensacola.The will also be presented to the over-
commence at 9 a.m. Florida Black Belt Assoc- all champion and a plaque to the
. Hosting the free, public Invited iation is acting as sponsor for the championship team.
affair will be the Jax Navy Judo tournament which is sanctioned by The Junior winners In first,
Club. Teams from throughout Fla. the Florida Association of the A. second, and third places, ages
i and selected teams from other A.U. There will be contests between 6 through 16 inclusive, will be
I } entries in six
southeastern states are expected to mens awarded.
be listed on the two-day program. weight divisions while childrenand Kodakan Judo is one of the
Florida Is expected to be repre- teenagers making up the newest amateur sports in the U.S.
sented by teams from Tampa. Junior division, compete by age There are now 18 judo associationsin
St. Petersburg, Orlando, Eau group. the Judo Black Belt Federationof
\ Gallic, and Miami. There will The mens divisions will be 135 America. Seventeen of these
also; be some military repre- lbs and under, 135 to 150, 150 to are geographical units covering all
r w w 165, 165 to 180,180 to 195, and 195 of the U.S. The other is In the
4 Pro and over. Beginning at 9 a.m. Armed Forces Judo Association.In .
WrestlersAt
the men will compete until 11 a.m.
this of there
tournament
...Kodokan style... type
and then
again from 1-5 p.m. on
are four basic means of winning.One .
BluejacketInn Saturday. The following day the point for a win Is scored whena
top men in each weight division
man is thrown from his stand-
will compete for first through third Ing position so that he strikesthe
TuesdayAn places. From this field. com- his back with
mat on
SPORT 0 PORT petitors will vie for the Grand appreciable force. Also, when
all star card of wrestling will Champion title during matches thrown with skill, but not good
be presented at the Blue jackets Inn slatted to begin at 3 p.m. Sunday. enough for a full point, one half
on Tuesday, October 1, Exchange Prior to the Championship match
Boats---SHELTER- -Compacts Navy the Juniors will point may be awarded. Thus, two
officials announced this compete beginning half points can win.
week.In at 1 p.m. These judo men's ages
--- only
the girls match,"Violet Ray", M
American Champion and"Marlene'

$123 Schmidt", European Champion will
compete. Violet Ray holds vic-
tories directly or Indirectly over
every women wrestler in America F
it was said. She holds numerous
victories over Kathy Starr and Joan -
Ballard, both of these girls having L.iT ;
defeated the other leading title
claimant, June Byer. !
9 r In the men's match, "The f
Masked Black Assassin'* meets
Pat Laney, drop kick artist. + Wit br.

ALUMINUM FRAME SELF STANDING The main event features two out >}i
E-Z INSTALLATION E-Z EXPANSION of three falls, a tag team match. 'f
INTERLOCKING PARTS PRECISION FIT
CLEAR SPAN ROOF FULL PROTECTION 3 Sports To Join G >
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REINFORCED FABRIC ATTRACTIVE COLORS

Other Styles/Sizes on Display IM League RanksThe S ;


JAX CUSTOM BOAT CANVAS CO. IM activity pace is expected -
to pickup added interest soon HAPPY SQUAD: PROUD SKIPPER Members of Fliers Softball
4588 ST. JOHNS AVE. AT BLANDING BLVD. with the up and coming formationof team, 6ND and So. Atlantic Regional Champs, load arms of NAS
Phone 384.2446 EV 7.7339j Tennis, Ping Pong, and Hand- Commanding Officer, Copt. James R. Compton with trophies won
ball leagues, according to Athletic in Charleston, S. C. They are (L to R) Bob Barrett of VP.16
Director Frank McCaffrey.This Julian Lewis of VP-30; Sandy Wagner of Hospital, Capt. Compton,
will be the first attemptat Harry Shelley of AE-A School NATTU, Joe Counts of Hospital;
( setting up these three sportsas Willie Miller of AE-A School NATTU, Don Ondo of VP-30, Don
leagues within the Ironman Stewart of O&R, and Charlie Fields of VP30. The squad was one
'111"M program. In the past they have of five teams which took part in this year's All-Navy tourney won
g kop been conducted as tournaments. by the SubLant nine. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOl)

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GOVERNMENTEMPLOYEES. < ball season will be studied Wed- 2 at 6:45 P.M. at the pool, build-
nesday, October 2, at 9:30: a.m. Ing 614. The swimming Instruction
RUBBER PLANTS < in the Athletic Office located in for service personnel and
Oldg. 3. dependents is under the sponsor-
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YOU CAN AFFORD.ALLSTATE cipation in this year's programare Wives' Club.It .
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present. It is hoped that at least for beginners, Intermediates
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plants to a pot $1 97 MOBILE HOMES Matches the same are time expected as last to year.at be heldat are available the program., it I 11 hoped to expand -

11 a.m. and at noon. However,
7853 NORMANDY 81 VD. should there be Any water safety aides or
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interest, a schedule would be
worked In assisting with a program
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26, 1963 AIR NEWS 1Puraswirnming


A New



Pastime Of Skydivers


I (By Marc Whetstone, JOn)

"Let's Doctor's Inlet on the St. John's Ads should be moiled fo the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drlv.,
go swimming. Jocfcsonvfffe 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication ,
"Sounds like a good idea..grabyour River, was Lieutenant Commander the following Thursday Ads arriving too late for this deadline ,
parachute." John Brown with Lieutenant will be published the allowing week unless the publisher Is
Wash Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
Wear
Commander as co-
As farfetched as it might seem, the ad must be reoe Ived IiHOtT copy for the ad.
*5tM that's exactly what seven mem- pilot. SEND CASH

bers of the Jax Navy Sport Para- Each jumper exited the aircraft RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
chute Club did last week went individually, falling in a free fall Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
before his
for 15 seconds opening
swimming wearing their para-
chutes. What's more, they used an canopy and drifting earthward for
t R4D transport aircraft as a diving the ultimate splash.

F board from which they sprang into During their free fall descentsthe REAL ESTATE SALES&SERVICE FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 B, sun par-
the air from a height of 4,500 feet. jumpers performed such acrobatics Buying? Selling? Sincere CounselIng lor home in desirable Avondale,
I The skydivers were the same as back !flips, turns, front without obligation, 35 years of 2 bl. to Avondale Shopping Center.In .
and rolls that would be the
seven who, two weeks ago, unof- flips courteous service to satisfied Lee High School district. Won't
ficially set at least three Florida envy of any diving board style clients. Also your "Broker" for last? $13,000 total, only $75 mo.
high altitude jump records. They champion. VA-FHA acquired properties. Call 356-1559ShubAhearnRealty
are Miles Gibson, now with 118 $100.00 down; Call us any time.
** jumps logged; Rick Marini with Keyman of the pickup crew was Nights call, JOHN LEE, SP1-2276 HELP WANTED: Experienced Advertising -
"'* 132 Parmer with William Ham, SM2, who was kept Sales Personnel Maleor
; Larry 84Harry; or RICHARD D. BARKER, ,
Si Wood with 171; Bob Etheridge with busy steering a 40-foot motor REALTOR 2724 Park Street Female, Full or Part Time.
68; Ted Sergent with 116; and the launch to the spots where the jumpers EV8-269L Good Pay For The Right Personnel,
female member, Sheila Kavanaugh landed. With him from the NAS Auto Allowance. Call 359-4040,

r i.",', with 75 jumps. Boathouse was Steve Mullen, SA. CEDAR SHADOW FENCES BUILT, 10 A.M.6 P.M. For Interview.

Piloting the plane over the site Reasonably Priced, CallEV9-3800
"*; of the drop zone, the mouth of f Also on board the craft were For Free Estimate. JEANS SCHOOL OF DANCING
dive.
..some scuba divers R.E.Johnson, DM, Venetia-Orange ParkWesconnettHula

a senior diver; and Walter Piet- FOR RENT: Clean, comfortable Ballet, Tap, Jazz. EV4-3055
the ONE place to ruszka, TM1 a second class diver. four room furnished apartment.Five or 1-0712..
These two men stood ready minutes to Naval Air Station.
call formoney throughout the jumping session to Couple or will accept small Infant. Experienced VARITYP1ST needed
assist any of the skydivers who No dogs or cats. 204 River Road, Immediately. Office location on
might have gotten tangled up in Orange Park. Southside near Expressway. Phone
the 'chute's shroud lines. Never 359-2008-9 for interview.

did they have to go in after a FOR RENT: Unfurn. 2 BR Cottage,
jumper but once they did save a just redecorated. 5733 Lamoya(off Normandy Church of the Nazarene
minute you want f parachute from sinking. Wesconnett by Forrest Higs.) 7020 Ramona Blvd. Sunday School
$45 mo.TRAILER. 9:45 a.m., ; Sunday Worship 11:00
Phone Beneficial! Get cash double fast for any good rea Others on the launch who assisted a.m. NYPS: 6:30: p.m. Evangelistic -
son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get in getting the skydivers on FOR RENT: 42 x 8, Service: 7:30 p.m. Wed
Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for ImmediateCash" board the boat included three men 2 BR, on private lot $60 mo. Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p.m. Rev.
Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere from the parachute loft Larry SP 1-3396 or SP 10570. Ideal J.D. Havener, Pastor, EV.7-113L

Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! Speed, PR2; Ray Perkins, PR3; for couple or with 1 child

and Dave Miller, PRAN, himself a
BENEFICIALFINANCE member of the club. Earl Leon- TEACHERS WANTED: 1st and 2nd

ard, UN, from the Dispensary, grade at once. Degree desired but
i
SYSTEM also helped in making up the pickup not req. Cherry School 2646191.

Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note team. HOUSE FOR SALE: Close to Main-

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville side. 4163 Shirley St. 3DR,shingle
it 311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel I . ElgIn 3.4473 This the first bung., a/c, w/w carpet In LR &
water
in .V4-4595 was group
-5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive- ) ,
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L Forest Shopping Ctr.) PO 5.2623 jump the club has made. Etheridgeand DRgar.c/p Call owner EV8-5545 0 0J

ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington Parmer, however, had pre- '
Town & Country Shopping Center . RA 4-7910 viously experienced landing In 63 Corvair Convert. 4 speed
SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida water when they put on demon- trans., wire wheels, Big engine-
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two months ago. over payments. RA58580.

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Serving : Seeing these parachutists per- furn. TV, utensils, linens,
.w I form over dry land is indeed exciting utilities. Children welcome, Daily
in itself. But, them
watching 2646884.
"' weekly, monthly rates.
MS-CECIL FIELD drop into the water, momentarily
+ ..:;d 'disappearing and then bob to the C
\
and the surface donned only In helmet,
\Y swim suit and Mae West, makes Mother: "How did you do on LI
YOUIl MAYPORT one wonder what If anything, could your first day of school?"

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26 1963
September ,
PAge 8 JAX AIR NEWS

_ AEC Develops Sound BeaconAn ... ----- ----- -
undersea atompoweredsound strontium 90. It Will be designedfor r.
beacon is being developedto ten years of useful life without -
serve as a navigation aid for repairs or refueling and will
shipping, the Atomic FnergyCom- emit a high pitched squeal loud
mission has announced. The enough to be useful over a rangeof
beacon, small enough to fit insidea 20 miles. Beacons of this type
one-cubic-foot box, will be will be used to mark channels,
powered by the heat produced bya fishing grounds, reefs and sand-
small charge of radioactive bars or other navigational haza rds.
New York Times.

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L F/\ Complete line of Sporting

I gyp. HUNTING. FISHING )
BASKETBALL.
i/I St. Croix fishing lacked shrimp WINNER Eugene S. Hunter, AA, NATTU AO-A School student recei yes a $500

....:;4// ] f"roydon, Spalding & Wilson Golf Lever's Armed Forces Home Run Sweepstakes. Making the presentation Is Cdr.
Superintendent of Ordnance Training. Others looking on are (L to R) Cdr. T. E.
,', Dealer for genuine DDS Exchange Officer, CWO J. A. Carrell and C. 0. Victor, representative at Levers.
(expert safes personnel) ( D. W. Warren, J03))
c ;: I i\' 3456 Branding Blvd At --

Guess, WOTS' Must Pass Exam

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fo Run OutboardAll

DUG DP persons will be required to
J03
,
pass a thorough exam on operating
1 myself a base- By Milt Hurst procedures before renting out-
made some The first round of the City Two boards from the fishing camp, It
to pick the Ball Tournament was played over was announced this week by a
AO the NAS JAX. golf course last Special Services Official
S. Hunter, Sunday with the concluding. roundto Special Services will offer one
.. who Is a stu be played at the Fernandina hour course in outboard motor
S 5 Navy's schools course next Sunday. The leading operation Mondays, Tuesdaysand
Train- teams after the first round are: Wednesdays from 6:00 a.m. to
his success in Championship Flight "A" N. 12:00 noon and 4:30: p.m. until
Sot.:1 Government S. (Sonny) Miller and Mrs. Remer 6:00 p.m. beginning September 30.
Sept. Lever's Armed Budreau with 393877. The exam will be based on course

<:;:' To Sweepstakes. Championship Flight "B"Mr.. material.,
had to guess and Mrs. G.F. Ruscetta, 41-40-81;
runs any on? Captain and Mrs. F.D.Heyer, 41-
FR ague sluggers 41-82.
4. First Flight "A" Clem Dowl-
.entry was on ing and Mrs.Louis Ritter, 44-40-
84; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Conner,
For Children the $500 bond, 42-43-85: ; Bob Horner and Mrs. -
Under Twelve to him by C, Victor Zambetti, 44-41-85; Buddy
with Dining In Tate and Mrs. Wallace Nolan, 44-
is eligible to 41-85; Ray Kennedy and Miss
FOR ADULTS FISH a trip home Helen Senka 434285.
First Flight "B"Mr.. and Mrs.
Buttermilk I o In the Na- Ralph Price, 46-40-87) ; W.F.
All You Con Eat EVERY Training Unit's Rolleston and Mrs. Wall ace WESTSIDE
Flavored With' eSSSt FRIDAY 9 Class A" Mussallen, 44-43-87; and Jack
Maple Syrup ALL YOU of the Simpson and Miss Sue Robinson,
CAN EAT the fun- with 454287.
Pure Butter % olJQlilti
ordnance field, Second Flight "B" Ken
guns, munitions Meachen and Mrs. Dottie Johnson ,
HENNY PENNY will be assign 45-45-90; Calvin Bettis and Mrs. SERVING
aviation ac- Kate Floyd. 45-46-91; and Mr. M SOUTHWEST
''I DUVAL
PANCAKE AND CHICKEN put to work and Mrs. C.D.Wilson, with 444892. I COUNTY
In the school. COMPLETE WITH

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Golf result which
a leaves all MODERN
Open 7 A.M. 9 P.M. Weekdays 7 A.M. 2 A.M. Fri. A American League entries faced COMMERCIAL
BANKING
Monday's rain played havoc with with makeup 'matches. These 4 SERVICES
the of 1963 matches, according to Athletic
opening day Fall IM };+
__ _
n Director Frank McCaffrey, will be ,
HOURS:
AI'R BASE' worked into the regular schedule. Drrgd.M.n.rlWr.. 1)0 AA.-O0 OM
r.U./OAM-1OOPM
Barring inclement weather fnL, 1D AM-A PM.AID.r...
1.VIOTORS .:nc. today, the National League link- \
sters arc scheduled to start their
New and Used Ca.rs matches this afternoon
.
VP-30 "B" Is slatted to meet 1.
VA-45 on the front nine at 2:30p.m.:
All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired while NARTU and VP-7 swing it
out on the back nine. One half 14321IUtlDltlC
771-Glbl
hour later ComFair Jax. will meet
Before you buy any new o.r used car -- Hospital "B" on the front nine
while VAP-62 and AF679th play Member of FDIC
the back nine.

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25, 1963
JAX AIR NEWS Poo 9'W11"f..4

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'' < ( Bowling Sudden Death Gridiron

: ,; .: ;.: Contests .

', .
"t."'\ .. .. the sixth week of IM
\I J r f. Entering Highlight IM Football Here
.,.' .. kl, ; Bowling the Colts of VA-45 are
.
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I/ f the '"
II leading American League witha
I ': a 1 19-5 win, loss record, followed Two sudden death gridiron making both TDs and was voted

closely by two swift competitors, contests highlighted IM football MVP. Pitted against NARTU.

J: VAP-62's Skywarrior #1 team and play last week, one In the National Hospital recorded a victory by a
the and in the American.In score of 126. Luther Oliver scored
Cannon Cockers of Ordnance, League one
Ij J. both with 17-7 tallies. the National fray, VA-15s for NARTU while Joe-Sapp made
I carried the both tallies for the Hospital and
Out In front of the Continental T.B.LlvIngston pigskinto

League are the Cursors of Oper- a one-point victory over the was selected MVP.

ations who have chalked up 18 O&R squad. Voted the most valuable The Marines of the National

wins against two losses. Their player of the game was Art League had a bad week on the grid

closest competitor Is VA-45's Widner also of VA-15. iron losing to Communications

Blackbirds trailing with a 12-4 The second sudden death came 12-0. Their leatherneck cousins

record. in the game between VAP-62 and from MARTD were also shut out

RED CROSS WATER SAFETY Instructor's Certificate and Pin are In the National League's running FAETU after both squads had scor- 6-0 in their single game against

presented to Cdr. John V. Vaughn CotnFaSrWing Eleven Administrative there appears a close race with ed touchdowns. Scoring for VAP- VA-45, and the Air Force's 679th

} and Personnel Officer by C. V. Gross, HAS Red Cross VP-30s Owl Hoots holding a 22-2 62 was D.E.Baumbarmer while fell scoreless, 6-0, at the bands of

Field Director. Looking on is Captain J. R. Ward, FAW-11 Chief f record against a 20-4 tally recorded Vern Smith of FAETU put his VA-15.Terry Hayes and Louis Jones

Staff Officer. (Navy Photo by Fay Irby, PHAN) by Special Services' Lucky team In the scoring column. It shared the scoring laurels for

Seven squad. wasn't until all regular game time Communications while teammate

Ken Therrel had elapsed and an overtime was Jim Jackson received MVP re-
Cdr. Vaughn Receives Hie a member of the
I DVCC Pizzan's team has loggedthe called that R.C.Thompson of VAP- cognition. VA-45s Vic Turosky

highest three-game series thus 62 racked up the winning point. scored the TD against MARTD
CertificateCommander far this Most valuable of this and Tom Ross was elected MVP.
Water Safety season, a 706. Within player con-
For VA-15, W.N( ) Bennett carriedthe
this tally is also the highest sin- test was Baumbartner.
gle game, a 265.American. Other American League action ball past F679th to pay dirt and
John W. Vaughn a qualified Instructor for Part I of saw A/C Malnt downing VP-30, WJ.Wilson received most valuable

Commander, Fleet Air Wing the Water Safety Instructor's League 12-0 with Wilbur Aaron and player status.

Eleven Administrative and Per- Course. The course was completedby AF679th 2, Riggers 2 SeaBees 4 John Cron sharing the scoring Stormy weather believed to be
; ,
sonnel Officer received his Red the commander during his off- Twisters 0; Cannon Cockers 4, honors. Aaron was selectedthe brought about by Hurricane Debra

Cross Water Safety Instructor's duty hours this past summer. Sparks 0; Griffins 3, Trainers 1 most valuable player (MVP). caused the postponement of all

certificate and Pin from C. V. Cdr. Vaughn reported to FAW11In Needlers I ; CFJ "B" 3 Confl- That same day VP-7 shut out Monday games this week No

Gross, local Red Cross Field Director February 1962 from the USS FAETU, 120. with Cooper further results were available at
dentlals 0, Cutters 4; Marlins 1; Gary
at ceremonies held last Bennlngton, CVS-20. He and his press time.
Sky Warriors #1-3; Colts 4, Fal-
week. wife Syd, and two daughters,Donna
cons 0. Service Academies
The certificate and pin are a- and Deborah reside at 7448 Ortega PrepareFor'Thinking'

warded for completing the 60 hour Hills Drive. Continental League I

of Instruction In Water
course NARTU #1 4, Spartans 0; Sky Campaigns
and conducted :
Safety Lifesaving by
Warriors
#2 3, BB Stackers 1
Red Cross Representatives. Nature Counselot: "What's the Cursors 3, Mix Masters 1 Avlons; l t'ootoo11 rivalries come and go, many of the nation's powerhouses.
;
Cdr. Vaughn Is now qualified as best way to prevent infection caus- 4, Demons 0; Spoilers 3, Black- but none can match the Intensity and Still, a victory over Army, Navy a

an Instructor In all phases of swim- ed by biting Insects?" birds 1; CFJ "A" 3, ComStore national interest In the gridiron or the Air Force demands more of ,,'
ming and lifesaving as well as being Camper: "Don't bite any." battles of the service academies. a coach than putting 11 supermen on
Five 1; Paymasters 3, Pizzan's 1;
Synonymous with the of
game the field. The academies play
Molar Rollers 3 Chiefs L
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football itself Is the annual clash "tactical" football, holding to the

PUlZLEot PAY I National LeagueAir between Army and Navy. Although theory that a small force can take "

Frames 2 Marines 2 relatively new to the scene, the Air on the larger foes, If the right shots
; Lucky .
Force Academy's presence has fired.
7-3, Bandits 1; Pan Handlers 3, are
The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the Jar Air News, is offeringa made service football all the more But all three academies will haveto
Rookies 1 Pro's 2 Electrons 2
".00 prize: for the earliest postmarked correct ""sw'o this weeKs crossword ; ; interesting. do heavy thinking wtdoPns-!
puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200 each Saturday following pub Pin Pounders 3, VU-10; NARTU
lication. The winner will be announced in next week's issue of the Jar Air ##12 4, Vallons 0; Play Boys 4, Army and Navy will tangle on burgh, Notre Dame, Duke, Wash-
News Entries must be sent to the Holt Publishing Company 4724 Clyde Nov. 30 in Philadelphia. The Army ington, UCLA. Minnesota, Penn
Rejects 0 Owl Hoots 4 0.
Eagles
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida. ; and Air Force will "prestige it State SMU and Michigan.

Antwtr t* envious FwnU out" on Nov. 2 In Chicago. Navy ARMY--The old grey mule just

ACROSS 6.C1r"At Drltaln A and Air Force do not meet. ain't what he used to be. No

(abbr.) LE E TIARA Prizes Await Based on the results of last sea- Davlses, Blanchards or Dawkln-
1.Melodies 7'Sun god l aa enranaa D T son and outlook for the
S-Turf !xUmb9Cease one upcoming ses. But there is Dietzel, who
11>Feel I HSJ 0aa0 I Navy men have and
a right to knows he is short on personnel
Indignant at 10-Calm asaa anasuanc I I
12-Trade 11LeasesJJ.Rfxkflsh E D E FELT E D Winners In be pounding their chests. They're claims he is preparing for this sea-

14Teutonlorirlty tlil| I.) N E t E riding the crest of a four-straight son more carefully than he has in
1'r! -Twlst 16-River In A I ER i C O P e R A victory wave over Army. previous coaching years.
Additional Africa P A O A ( A RE Bean
18>Inxe<'t eBB 19-Spoor Ki E D Soup The football file at the Air Force While he tries to 'mold a young
20-Goes by Lantern R A C O A. E Academy has been stamped "Im- backfield into form, Dietzel hasa
2t Take
: water23'WrltlnK -unlawfully A EMI S A I L ContestPrizes proved." The Falcons take on a forward wall that could form a

':24-Htbllral Implement weed27 25! --Gn$Ign In of t E EG ana e meaty schedule, but there's little nucleus of a solid defense, a Diet

26-Clty In h'outh
29-A11nrnUnmt 3/1.to/ :=lnitlnJ 'oke 40/ -Awaltr :i2K\lre: : ) would be the tastiest victory of the by guard Dick Nowak.

abbr.. ) 4-Jolf mound totaling $500 await win- season. NAVY--Navy has what maybeone
'!'.Jn< line :"->Vlfe ofCudrun 41>Sedate iT-.Man'M
31-Comex- Into 44-Ilreaks nl< kname.ViKallway ners In the Seventh Annual Navy Army Coach Paul Dietzel, who of its most talented squads.
view 36.J.ICt suddenly compiled a brilliant record at The middies have
SJ.VInclnhiwillow 47ralnful49A Bean Soup Recipe Contest, open a great passer
:37Onjimitlmi3S How ante (abbr.) this year--for the first time--to Louisiana State, Including the innovation and fine field admiral in Roger
.15Arhe39Jumpn: -Strike for wade! (.ft.Ni.le nf H<'s1.IB
: .IIoIIIIIen the general public. First prizeIs of three unit football, Staubach. Good receivers! and

42-'hr"t'-t'If'.I.I. 2 3 4 3 6 1 9 10 $250. Second prize is $150 does not think In the negative termsof speedster Johnny Sal amplify
sloth R%: losing seasons or losses to Navy's offensive
and third prize Is $100. Gold- Navy. potent threat.
U'liroduH naker's II 12 13 smith's Department Store of Memphis Dietzel. Wavne Hardin of Navy AIR FORCE--Martin has a vet-

43:;-I.el It maiH 14 \ 13 16''ti f 11 is also offering two prizes, and Ben Martin oftheAir Force are eran Air Force team returning
44.I'oesesslVPpronoun y. ., '" t-."-: one for the best story concerning all coaches with a flair for In- which absorbed a few lumps last
4 .'uiKhlnK 18 19 t-:': 20 121 1 22 : 23 ventiveness. but the black and blue marksof
:.o- ahoflr r ,".'sl X'. Navy Bean Soup and the other for Stringent academic year,
sheep 24 23 >.'. 26 27 ,,\); 21 the most Interesting black and rules at the service schools limit, Inexperience are gone. Among
:it r..1-Se-Having 1 shoes : white photograph ofthe prepa ration to an extent the recruiting of foot 26 returning lettermen are triple-
|>araie I .
,:."Unman K...1C 29 30 .;:,: 31 32 or service of Navy Bean Soup. ball players Therefore academyteams threat quarterback Terry Isaacson

.."'':.l-lxx.ked"ot'lr.h.r : ( 33 J4 .;..:. 33 )& ::0I"t""lh' ;- The annual contest Is sponsoredby are not as well stocked as and bulldozing fullback Larry Tol-
'''X'< oQQ<) t >X'fjl.l'o'u1 Istam.
!! ; with 36 37 38 >. .39 40 41 the Memphis Commercial Appeal p
tall Km** ,'::' and the Memphis Councilof
r:2!>Slrltfd| ,>\. 44'.v 43 Although the tomato originated in
horse 42 [{.. 43 .: the Navy League. CANYOUp
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Contest rules call for recipes America, it was shunned as foodIn
DOWN 46 47 41 49 30
% the United States until about
a
six. and
serving Recipes, photos, Take your car with you?
1 "tI"\I..cl\ 31 32 rv:ti' : 33 34 r. 33 stories should be submitted to: century ago long after It was For dnd Insurance
story Financing
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commonly! eaten In Europe,
Mt<>nenO OPERATION BEAN SOUP? VII
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: llf'lIw.wk.56 37 38 :W 39 60 stateside and overseas, call
according to the National Geo-
fabric NAVY MEMPHIS, TENNEESSE
4-AfricananteloM 61- - << 62 :W 38115. graphic Society In the United DYER M. BURR, representing
= .
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States the
tomato was once thoughtto
Slrli ifleather Deadline for receipt of recipes,
GOVERNMENT
I'nitetl (Vcture .Syndicate In*. EMP.
|)i poisonous mistaken
a Idea
photos, and stories Is October
rM. u.. II A.llltrillCll< 12, 1963. Finalists will be announced INTERNATIONAL
Last Week's Winner 4035 Birmingham Road October 14 and winners plant belongs to the nightshade INS. CO. SERVICE

Clinton W. Richards Jacksonville 7, Fla. will be named on Navy Day,October species.family which Includes deadly 5631 Tlmuquona Road

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_:. (NAVNEWS) shipment so no acids;
Your best move, when you move are moved or in- F :
your household goods, says the above your than
Navy's Bureau of Supplies and thereby cause y
Accounts is to follow these "one, d
two, three and four" steps: pay.Remember may t bI a r
L Immediately upon receipt of other motor ; .
orders contact the nearest house- with or ; ( other I
hold goods office to ascertain your boats or ,
exact entitlement and to obtainde- such as ; ; and
tailed printed information. If you beverages, sea
are being ordered overseas geta cigarettes; ; for in-
copy of the living area pamphlet ishable ; )
from EPDO or BUPERS. gerous ship t J
2. Review your inventory before firearms, and _

.. packed COMMANDER FLEET Air Wings Atlantic Rear Admiral Norman
NlthHy S f.M. to 12 Mttnfekt{ of C.
ir /..yOr. 12 NM. N MWItIPt{ NOW all Gillette, (L), confers with Cdr. Phaon B. Derr, VP-7 Commanding
red by Officer and Copt. Louis P. Pressler, Commander, FAW-11 during
k other his recent visit to NAS, Jacksonville. Admiral Gillette is the op.
of erational commander of FAW-11 which forms the southern end of
STEAKS the Atlantic Maritime Air Chain. (Navy Photo)

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USED CARS ;
VISITING ADMIRAL (L to R) R. H. Shimmelman, AEC, VP.16;
'r Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Cdr. Lester H. Boutte, Commanding Officer, VP-16; RAdm NormanC.
Li 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Gillette, Operational Commander of FAW-11 and Captain LouisP.
}J 9 Full One-Year Guaranteed Pressler, Commander, FAW-11 discuss ASW matters in VP.16's
Sonobouy ( Photo
::1 On Every Car Sold Shop. Navy )

SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE -
'Tailor-mades' lar Insignia on the khaki tropical
shirt should be centered 1" from
the front and lower of the
@J GORDON edges
(Continued From Page 1)) collar Instead of the previous

1 1/2" measurement; black dress
"Jacksonville's tailoring and uniform appearance, shoes and black socks may be
( said the regulation. worn with the khaki uniforms while
Navy officials pointed out that traveling on TAD where both blue
the present regulation blue mel and khaki uniforms must be carried
ton uniform will continue to bea and where baggage and weight
required seabag item.In limitations are restrictive; name
other uniform changes: The tags may be worn on the right
blue cap/hat cover has been breast in a position corresponding
changed from a required to an :o that of ribbons on the left.
optional article of uniform ef- They are not to be worn during
fective on July 1, 1963; the col- formal occasions, it was stated.
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Services and Facilities. Officer (R) receives certificate from Capt.
A. T. Decker, ComFoirJox Chief of Staff attesting to his 1000
5121 NORMANDY BOULEVARD Chance hours in the FS.A Crusader. lri center looking on is Mal Raffo,
Vaught representative for Jacksonville. (Navy Photo by
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Thursday, September 26 Thursday, September 26 Thursday, September 26,

Happy Hour Country Drifters 8:30p.m.11:30 Dance contest and dance featuring I
p.m. Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
Friday, September 27 8:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m. .14
Friday, September 27 .
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Dance to Johnny Arnold 4" -S
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Friday, September
The Componets 8:30
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p.m. : R''
a.m. March Wilson and the Red Coats ( r
9:00p.m. 1:00 # 1
a.m.
Saturday, September 28 Saturday, September 28
Saturday September 28 \
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Dance to Phil Cay Mark Castle 8:30: p.m. 12:30 \\i a ar
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a.m. Randy Scott Band 8:00 p.m. -
1:00; am.

Sunday, September 29 Sunday, September 29 Sunday, September 29

Dance to Bud Clark Night Shades 8:30: 11:30 p.m. Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
8:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m.

Monday, September 30 Monday, September 30 Monday, September 30

Pizza Night Open Night Dining and Dancing

Tuesday, October 1 Tuesday, October 1 Tuesday, October 1

Hour Open Night Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00 p.m. A FOX'S TALE Mrs. Albert Friedman and Chaplain R. W. Rad-
Happy
cliffe, flanked by Career Information servicemen William Unbe-
Wednesday October 2
Wednesday, October 2 Wednesday, October 2 haun, AMC (left) and John W. Rosa, ADCS, read "The Fox's

Country and Western Night Open Night Game Night 8:00: p.m. Tale", a monthly report of the overseas activities of Patrol Squad.ron .
Five. Mrs. Friedman served as chairman. of a special gathering -
VP-18 ReceivesSafety of VP-5 enlisted wives last Friday evening at the CPO Club.
Finance
PO Wives They heard addresses by Unbehaun and Rosa on the civilian and

(Cont. from Page 1)) AwardVice Navy Medicare for dependents. Over 20 wives, together with special .
Plan ClubAll
$45.00 twice a month. 1now receives guests Chaplain and Mrs. Radcliffe, attended the buffet affair.

wives of the First and $42.00 every other Friday Admiral Frank CfBtirne, The wives grouped together In June following VP-5's departurefor .
Second Class Petty Officers; ((14/13 x $90)). Although he receives Commander Naval Air Force,U.S. a five-month tour In Spain, and have since assisted one another
(active duty and retlredstatloned) only 14 days pay, he will Atlantic Fleet, recently presentedto in times of need. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))
at NAS Jacksonville, are Invitedto be paid two extra times each year Patrol Squadron Eighteen,com-
join the Firs land Second Class ((26 vice 24)). manded by Cdr. V. F. Anderson JACKSONVILirS MOROCCO TEMPI PRESENTS' '
Ladies Auxiliary ###1 of Jackson- There will be several paydays an Annual Aviation Safety Award
ville. throughout the year when he receives for meritorious achievement in : WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR e
A meeting will be held on the only 13 days pay. This will aviation safety. HAMID.MORTONI
second Monday of each month at occur when the 31st day of the mon- Patrol Squadron Eighteen com- y0 .
8:00 p.m. at building 60LFlrst th falls in a pay period. Mili- pleted operations free" .
and Second Class Club. If you are tary pay and allowances are"mon- during fiscal year 1963. This .
Interested In joining or wish to thly" amounts and for pay pur- marks the fifth consecutive yearin .
obtain further information please poses, a month Is "30 days", so which Patrol Squadron Eighteenhas .
call Mrs. Edith Maul, EV99994.The that military personnel receive the operated "accident free .VP- .
next meeting will be held on same "monthly"pay and allowancefor 18's "Flying Phantoms" have accumulated -
October 14 to elect officers and January ((31 days), as they do more than 55,000 hoursof .
board members. for February ((28 or 29 days), and "accident free" flying during 3 DAYS l' KEI' INfORMATION .

April ( 30 days). this period. This outstanding safety SA1SUN. .
Any special one time credits record RESERVED SlATS
MOVIESMovies is possible only througha
such as leave rations or flight pay whichis a.5 Prom.nede ."d 10.
vigorous safety program OU C."ter M.sonin.' .11.00.
will be shown will normally be paid the next pay fully supported by all hands. GI" Admissioh' .
7 p.m. on Monday through regularlyat Sat- day after it is credited on the pay "The Flying Phantoms" of VP- : nut M AT1S HOws rkkth .11 ..,. now of CoI'H.' .nu,
record. Checkages work the same Iff fly the latest configuration of tW0 %% H'MM'1.' kP.k. 10. Office, ors .
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on f'.M .
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- way.Two the SP2H (P2V). .
side and NATTU Theaters and at 7 major advantages to the biweekly Some of their exploits during .
system have become apparent this 55,000 hours of "accident
the
p.m. only on Sunday at Hospital .
Theater. These times are subjectto not only In the Jacksonville free' flying Included the first .
change. area, but at other areas around the crews to sight the cruise ship
Navy where this system is used. Santa Maria, a Portuguese vessel .
Thursday, September 26 First, it eliminates those pay per- hijacked In 1961; the Able, Baker, PERFORMANCES I MS Eeit: Adamt Street Telephone 154-2041 3)
iods with three weekends, and and Ham experimental capsules; Frt Oct. 4-3:10 P.M. S.f. Oct. 5-1:00 P.M. Sun. Oct. 6-1:00 I PM.
Mainslde Hold that Line Frl. Oct. 4-8:00 P.M. Sat. Oct. 5-5:00 P.M. SYn. Oct. -5:00 P.M.e
NATTUnit The Young and the second, it aids men in handling Aurora 7's Astronaut Scott Car- Sat. Oct. 5-lilO P.M. .
Brave their personal finances since they penter; and Nina II, the replical Reserved Seett en Sale el Celltevni/ Box Office Up to skew Time
Hospital Days of Wine and Roses can plan in advance that payday will ship which had gone off course
be on a definite day of the week. when duplicating Columbus' voy-
Friday, September 27 Military paydays for the remain- age across the Atlantic.
der of the calender year are as
Mainside Duel of the Titans follows: bers will receive 13 days pay in lieu
NATTUnit *# 8 November; of 14.
Hold that Line -4)--- iir'
Hospital The Young and the 27 September; 22 November; Denotes# flight pay included pro- -
Brave ###11 October; ###6 December; vided flight certificates received In _
25 October; and 20December. NFO at least five working days before -
Saturday, September 28 Denotes a pay day for which mem- payday. _

Mainslde Flipper
NATTUnit Duel of the Titans !t W1
Hospital Hold that Line SAVE NOWFAITH

Sunday, September 29 JacksonvilleS

Mainside Birdie E
Bye Bye '
NATTUnit Flipper % IN THE FUTUREANTICIPATED BRILLIANT DIAMOND
Hospital Duel of the Titans

Monday, September 30 have This Amount hr ENGAGEMENT SETS
4 Save At The End or ..................
Mainside The Ugly American :3 yrs. 5 yrs. JO yrs. '
NATTUnit Birdie o>o w ,ce u2 b
Bye Bye
IS Mo. 156.60 318.30 673.50lIS
Hospital Flipper / Nothing Down. No Interest. No Carrying Charges.

Tuesday, October 1 Mo. 559.97 9S5.4 2028.83 Small Payment Each Payday

Mains ide Gunhawk / / 120 Mo. '746.82 1274.64 2708.66 at
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JEWLER'S INC."Nationwide"
l JIM WARNER
NATTUnit The American
Ugly S25 Mo. 933.48: J593.42 3385.50
Hospital Birdie
Bye Bye
[24 WEST FORSYT
Wednesday, October 2

Mainside Police Nurse DIVIDEND 4.8%

NATTUnit Gunhawk ANNUALLY
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mileage. ExtraNice. tone Blue & White. Sharp. 59 CHEV . . . .$ 795
61 FORD STARLINE . .$1795 Brakes, Power windows 58 FORD . . . .$695 Biscayne 2 Dr, 6 Cyl, Stand Shift,
2 Dr. H.T., V-8, AT, R&H: PS, WSW, 60 DODGE DART HT. . .$ 995 Custom 4 Dr, Stand. Shift, V-8Radio, RadioHeater, WSW. Runs good.
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