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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: October 17, 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).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein ate their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 21 NO. 32 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 17. 1963
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Laymen Present I =ii Rs....-, t .. '- MAO Sponsors 1st Stationwide __ :

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Prof. Service Value Analysis Seminar Here


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: ::- Some 60 selected civilian

At All SaintsLaymen ". .\ .. employees and military personnelwill
IF 't :',1' take part in a one-week sem-
,
'" inar which will be conducted here
representing six different I' f .
denominations will conductthe Monday, October 21 through Fri-
.. : day, October 5. The attendees ,
Protestant service at9:30a.m. '
Sunday, at the NAS All Saints t' A r IL "will receive training in Value An- tS j'p
ChapelThe I alysis techniques in the Smith
Room of the Civilian Cafeteria.The x
occasion is Laymen's Sun- .
when in of E:1S seminar, the first such to
day, a day a majority I .-
be Stationwide
conducted
on a -
Protestant Churches throughout :
America and in military chapels, basis, is sponsored by the Man-
the regular service is prepared and 1 k.L agement Analysis Office of the
k d
.
conducted by lay members of the Naval Air Station.It
congregation. will be conducted by two of

Captain Harry C. Grothjohn,Assistant ... the country's outstanding spec- -.
Chief of Staff Readiness, .L L) ialists in Value Engineering/
ComFairJax and ComNabSlx will .,vPLANS Analysis, Robert Bidwell, Chiefof
Value Analysis for Martin-
serve as the Worship Leader.
Larry R. Lloyd, SN, Personnel for the forthcoming Value Analysis Seminar to be heldon Marietta Corporation at Orlando, 4 r
Fla. and Glen Dale Hart Chief
lice, Naval Air Technical Train- the Station are studied by (L to R) Cdr. L. A. Menard, Jr., R. L. Bidwell

Ing Unit, will lead In the Respon- NAS XO, B. R. Dixon, Management Analysis Officer and Fred Aero-jet Corporate General Value Engineer Corporation of the of

sive Reading. Lieutenant Com- Bedenbaugh of O&R Dept. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOl) Glendale, Calif.Arrangements.
mander Shelly W. Ard, Com-

Shore falrjax Patrol and Officer ComNabSix, will read area Lewis Of GEM Is NAS being coordinated for the by seminarare BoydR. Value Analysis I

the morning scripture and Ensign Dixon, Management Analysis
Brian S. Alkens, of VA-15 will Officer and Walter Hamilton, also i
offer the morning prayer. Brief Sep temberServiceman of MAO, with the assistance of Expert Oct.
the the Overhaul and Repair "Value
on "Laymenand
messages
By Cris Cole, SN Analysis Task Force" members,
the Mission of the Church",
will be presented by Captain Char- John M. Lewis, ETN3, of the "The Weather Radar, a 250,000watt Fred Bedenbaugh, Lester "Slick" AFMA SpeakerThe
les G.Strum Officer Installedfor Sellers, B.B. Burmeister and E.
Commanding Ground Electronics Maintenance installation,has been
O. Davis. Other members of the
Naval Air Technical Training Unit; Division, NAS Communications one year. It is complex Manager of the Value An-
Captain David Henderson,DC,NAS Department has been selected as since the manufacturer has never Station Committee assisting in the alysis Administration of the Martin .. ....
.
seminar are W.S. Richards of .
Prosthetic Officer, and Com- the NAS September Serviceman of provided correct blueprints of the Company, Robert L. Bidwell, will
mander Ervin F. Hodge, Naval the Month.At wiring. Through the devoted effortsof Supply, Frank Callender of Industrial be the guest speaker at the Oct-

Air Station Comptroller.Vital ceremonies held last week Lewis, NAS Jacksonville has Relations Department, ober luncheon meeting of the

statistics, while less sig- by. Captain James R. Compton, enjoyed less than 5% down time Rod Loudermlll Pinney of of Operations HerschelLee D.L. Armed Forces Management As-
,
nificant the spiritual impetus of NAS Commanding Officer, Lewis while the other Installations on Security sociation. The meeting will be held
of Public Works, and Lieutenant -
this traditionally Protestant Ser- was presented with a check for the East Coast have exceeded 50/0 Commander Chaudoin of Thursday, October 24 at 11:30
vice are none the less Impressive.The $50 and an all-expense paid day with some never operational witha craft Maintenance. Air- a.m. at the '0' Club. Bidwell will

seven.participants claim five trip to St. Augustine. The tripis battery of engineers assignedfull Value speak on "Value Analysis as a
different states as their placesof provided by the USO and St. time. He receives little or EngineeringAnalysistechniques Management Tool". ,
origin, have a cumulative total Augustine Chamber of Commerce. no direct supervision and onlyin were originally applied Bidwell, a retired Army lieutenant )
of 92 years of military service the more complex problems has to eliminating unnecessary design colonel joined Martin after !
Lewis is responsible for the features of
hardware.
and are members of six differ- engineering assistance been pro- Resultingcost his retirement and assumed man- I
maintenance of all meteorlogical and
were spectacular
ent Protestant denominations. vided," it was stated. savings agership of the company's Value i
equipment. This job he has handledfor the techniques were extended Into
Their participation In a Laymen'sDay His personal habits, conduct and Analysis Program which has contributed -
the six months since the the maintenance and
,
operations
Program Is symbolic of the past military bearing are said beyond more thap $18 million in
effective cooperation of represent- retirement of his cnief petty of- reproach. Lewis, who has been In overhaul areas, savings as a result operating cost reductions duringthe
atives of diverse backgrounds and ficer. His devotion to his job has the Navy for three years, will be of this "second look" were past year.Explanation.
different denominations In making given him a complete disregardfor advanced to petty officer second also spectacular. It has been of this program by j

effective the military chapel pro- normal working hours, it was class on November 16, 1963. (Continued on page 4)) Bidwell and his staff has been '. \
grams. revealed. (see photo page 4)) presented to members of the Department '

Soviet ResearclOf Vessel Subject of Defense, the Army,
90,000 Spectators Line ,hV Navy, and Air Force, American \
Management Association and a host
I 20th Centun On Channel 4It of manufacturing and civic organ-

Open House Show AreaJacksonville A tour of the Soviet oceanographic is believed, in intelligence.No izations.
vessel Lomonosov, the restrictions were placed on During his Army career Bidwell
Naval Air Station Introduced the acts starting witha world's largest and most modern "The Twentieth Century" film served with the Air Corps,

celebrated its 23rd Anniversarylast ; photo flash loop by an RF8A floating laboratory Is reported crew which toured the Lomonosovfor Quartermaster Corps and Ordnance -
Sunday, October 13, with an Crusader jet. This was followedby upon In"Red Ships Off OurShores" a week last December while Corps.Assignments cover-
estimated 90,000 spectators wit- high performance take offs and which will be repeated on "The the research vessel was in portat ed the broad spectrum of Administration -

nessing flight demonstrations low passes over the air field by Twentieth Century" on WJXT, Rio de Janerio, Brazil. and Procurement. They
spaning from the barnstormingera F8 Crusader, F4B Phantom and Television 4, Sunday, October 20, CBS News Correspondent ranged from Commander of main-
to today's supersonic age. A5A Vigilante jets, all of which 6:00 p.m. Charles Kuralt, the on-scene reporter tenance and supply depot operationIn
The mammoth crowd lined along brought oohs and ahs from the led the film crew into the New Guinea during WWII to Staff
for better audience. ship's laboratories, of which there Officer of manpower and operating
the
8,000-foot mile runway the three- First of the Imported demon- The broadcast surveys the act- are 16, to observe the work of the budget for all Ordnance Procure-
than hour a show during which Included strations was Bill Fornof flyinghis ivities of the 400-odd Soviet ves- chemists, geologists and other ment Offices in Washington for four ,

featured F-51B Mustang. Fornofwas sels riding the ocean outside the scientists aboard. They filmed Ire years.
10 performances.Master
of ceremonies for theday's scheduled to perform in an three-mile limit of the United terviews with Vladimir Priludko Prior to his appointment with .. -
festivities Senior Chief F8F Bearcat but flew the Mus- States, and the U.S. Navy's sur- the ship's captain; Dr. Irina Martin, Bidwell organized and
Journalist Bob Ohl, speaking on tang Instead when the Bearcat veillance of their operations. Someof Prokofieva, chief of its aerology operated a Branch Office of the

behalf of Captain James R. Com- developed engine trouble. He these vessels are engaged in laboratory, and Georgy Pan- Birmingham Ordnance District

pton, NAS Commanding Officer, (Continued on page 3)) research and fishing, and others, amareno, the chief scientist. (Continued on page 4)) ,I I II

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GE 2 JAX AIR NEWS OCTOBER 17, 1963

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Station Traffic .. .. .

SEA POWER ,, ,. '" ,". OO J
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I Violation Record ::1" ,. 11.'R, i HE. S\) ,

By Vic Admiral John S. lhach :

Deputy Chief of Naval OperationsA Following Is a report of motor :, '" I.

major ASW effort Is needed to keep pace with Soviet submarineand vehicle accidents and traffic vio-
missile developments. We The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
can not expect absolutely airtight October 6
security from an underseaa counter offensive system any more than lations for the period c11tributedeach Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

we can hope to build an anti-ICBMwhichwill knock down each and every through October 12. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a

enemy long-range missile. But the present Impossibility of achieving NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

100 percent success can not be an excuse for l ipnorln... the challenste. 6 NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
week Oct throughOct
period
U'
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Russian Interest In submarine by 12:00 noon on
Jacksonville
before
2 NAS Monday
Soviet conventional submarineshave 12)). . . 6 Box ,
warfare Is no creation of the Soviet publication. News items are welcomed from all sources--
been transferred to com- Total accidents this year throughOct
state; it dates back a 9-7711 Ext. 8162.
century or munist satellites or sold to the 12 . . 220 Telephone EV ,
more. While It Is true that the Advertisements: are solicited by the publisher and queries
countries in the Number of accidents through October -
Russians have only recently begunto "non-aligned" such should be directed to the Holt
last several years. Red China, the 1962. . . 210 concerning Publishing
think
In terms of the offenseIn 4724 Clyde Drive,. Jacksonville 8, Florida.
Company
last Injury -
largest communist nation, has 20 Number of days since
this kind of warfare
the mil- Telephone 359-4 04 Cor 359-0271.
while Albania the small- vehicle accident..43
itary planners In the Kremlinhave or more, In motor
est satellite, has two. Neutral
learned well from
experience VIOLATIONSThis
,
NUMBER OF
particularly from experience of Egypt has six and Indonesia,, a VOL. 21 NO. 32 OCTOBER 17. 1963 I

other countries.The dozen. This suggests that the week (Oct 6-12)). . 86

tremendous strategic effectiveness Kremlin may well be setting the Speeding. . . . 18

of stage for the commitment of sub- Reckless Driving. . 6
the Nazi U-boat
campaign In the early of marines in limited war missions. Going through Stop Sign. 1 Letter To A Skillful Driver

World War years This must be viewed as a distinct Other Violations. . 61
II made a deep Im- 3y J. Harris News
possibility. We should not Sydney of the Chicago
pression on them. Ships heavily
think of antisubmarine Thirty drivers appeared before
laden with war materials for the our war- This open letter to a youthful Ing of course. Then why do
the Traffic Board the you
fare fleet as purely a counter- Hearing at
Red Army were sent to the bot- driver was written after its author suppose that having 2.000 poundsof
for In all- held on October 14. Dis-
employment an meeting
tom In steadily rising numbers.The weapon had been forced off the road the steel Under you makes it
out war. Nor should we think of it position of the cases Include the any
Russians are as aware as we driver better? There's
previous day by a young nothing to be
as defensive. It Is offensive in following: five lost driving and
are that the Nazis started their who hill of In
him on proud
passed a cuttingIn driving fastany fool
that It must be operated in a"forward" parking privileges aboard the
attempt at world conquest with only station for sharply ahead of him to avoidan can do that. It's a (form of coward-
57 submarines. strategy If we are to various periods; six
oncoming car. Ice to threaten other drivers
assure that our naval striking were assigned to complete an not
Borrowing of the heavily German from the design power will function with its full eight hour course In remedial Dear Son: courage. Suppose you beat me at

Type XXI versatility and effectiveness.The driving instructions; 12 were given You may think you are a good the get-a-waj or up the hill?
snorkel-equipped boats, theRus- driver and perhaps are. But What does that ?
Soviets have followed our suspended penalties; seven were you prove Nothing,except -
signs
began building their first I'd like to keep In mind that that the car
- development of nuclear-powered given warnings; and six were dis- you you bought is
submarines
postwar --the medium
"W"' submarines and of the most missed. most of your "skillful" driving is faster. You didn't make it it's a
range (Whiskey) class -- In
combination of due to other motorists. commercial product. Anybody can
terrifying delivery
the
late Forties. It was the start and devised Anybody can whip along the roadas buy one like itand anybody can
of the most massive conventional system weapons yet Sports Car Races
submarine --POLARIS" with keen imitative fast and as carelessly as you drive with a maniacal disregardfor

construction programIn Interest. They have stopped the were going. There's no trick to safety.So .
Before it finished
U.S.S.R.history.built almost 450 the construction of the conventional Set At HerlongThe thatthe new cars are loaded don't take pride In your deadly -

.. more than a third of Whiskeys them In Whiskeys and have begun to gear with power and pickuptoo muchso accomplishment. Areal man is

the of up for the construction of nuclear- First Annual Sportsman'sGrand I'm afraid. considerate and politeand takes
single 1956.
These year powered submarines armed with Prix Regional ChampionshipRaces Just remember that It was my chances only when It counts, when

ocean-going snorkellerswere missiles -- airbreathers like our will be held at Herlong Air- alertness that prevented an acci- his honor and conscience call out
not designed for the traditional -
Russian coastal defense Regulus at first and more recently field, off of Normandy on Herlong dent on the hill, not yours. And for It. On the highway, most of

role, but rather to provide an of- ballistic types possibly Blvd, the races are Saturday and the driver who was approaching us all, It's easy to tell the men from

fensive punch for the fleet. somewhat similar to Polaris. Sunday, November 2-3. also had to brake suddenly and the boysfor the men have to save

Many Today, the Soviet Navy's con- Sanctioned by the Central swerve in order to save your life the boys from the consequences of

struction program Is firmly Florida Region Sports Car Club of and his. their foolish and needless bravado.

Careless Backing Up| focused on nuclear power and Jacksonville for the benefit of: It is not your courage or dex-

rockets. They have a growing "Dollars for Scolars Fund." terity that has kept you alive as

Will Cause Accidents number ofnuclear-powered sub- Participants as well as spect- long as this but the prudence and po-

marines In operation, both In the ators are welcome to join the fun liteness of other motorists. You

-- "'f Pacific and In the Atlantic. They and excitement. For further Infor- have been trading on our good will Blood Donors
the month of -
During September have ballistic missiles on a comber mation on tickets or entry blanks and sense of self-preservation.
25 traffic accidents occurred
aboard, the Jacksonville Naval Air of conventionally powered write: Race Secretary, P.O. Box I wish It were possible to pointout Twenty-six enlisted persons recently -

Station. The boats. The number Is growing. 1334, Jacksonville ##2, or contact to you that your kind of driv- donated blood to the Naval

amounted damages resulting They assert that they have fired Bob Schular, Duval Motors (Import ing Is nothing but bad mannersIt Hospital Blood Donor Center.


$1,694.65.It to approximately ballistic missiles from submerged Division), 1000 W. Forsyth-- Is not herolc.nor adventurous nor Donors from Air craft Mainten-

submarines. I know of no reasonto PH. 3537529.A manly. ance
is significant to note that 11 Department were: EarnestQ.
of these accidents were the result doubt them.Missilefiring. Suppose you ran down a crowded Adams, ADJ2; Robert L.A .

of negligent backing by care- submarines are Texas millionaire walked into street pushing people out of your rment, AN;Roger C.Austin AK3;

less drivers. All of us must not our only concern. The capability an automobile showroom. "My way, knocking packages out of James H. Avery, ADJ1; WilliamK.

remember that backing a vehicleis oftheRusslan's long-range, wife is sick," he said, "What do ladies' hands and kicking children Blais, AN; Richard A. Boyer,
fast
attack submarine Into the
an unusual movement;the driver to conduct you have in the way of a getwellcar gutter. What would be so AN; Christopher E. Burton,ADR3;
offensive actions In the Atlantic, heroic or manly about that? Noth-
must, therefore, take entire responsibility ? Ralph E. Clavton. AK2:Ray Comp-
Pacific, Indian and Arctic Oceans
for doing it. tom, ADR3; Paul M. Doyle ANS2;

Here are a few tips to remem- poses world commerce a serious and menace naval to free A J.tWJ ...ANDuUG HOW S; UG D1 ) GEND: George M. Farley, AN; Alan D.

ber when you get behind the wheel: oper 'H 1J' l/ DID YOU SPEND HOME FOR MONEY&U .. Lundy, ADJ1; Michael A. Meyer,

1. Whenever possible, avoid 400 ations.communist The threat conventional inherent in about submarines [ y WE IELERSEA NOW THEY A5KMI/ !! AN; Lewis E. Roberts, AA; and

backing by driving around the block 7J.IEllvMO:)(jSSlDl! Robert F. Williams, AA.
Is, in Itself, formidable.But .
...!.-.> Instead of turning around In the Those donors from NAS Com-
the true nuclear sub- iiv--: ,
street and by stopping exactly mersible which no iC. / Vi munications were: Danny J. Jern-

where you planned rather than run to herself longer needs Igan, FA; Sheila E. Kavanaugh,
the
expose on surfaceof
ning by and backing up. the seas, ::.J> RM3; Guy L. Porter, AN; Fred-
2. If backing must be done, be represents a much rick G. Strickland.RM3{ ArnoldC.

personally sure that all Is clear to tougher problemHer ability to dive 11I 1VEA .. Turnquist, RMC and SeymourC.
unprecedented depths, coupled weu"'"? .MY WIFE GOT THE
behind you at the time; never with fantastic / NEWS ALONG WITH THE Yaras, AA.
that has driven Improvements In EV0N KIDS,WHO /MMEPl Donors from BarracksNAS
assume no one up I.Y Marine
maneuverability and speed, have ,..:... PUT IN fORA RAISE IN
off the curb back of R.
or stepped
compounded the difficulties of detection / ( ALLOWANCE J were: LCPL Raymond
-
you since you last looked. and tracking. Her ) Allen, LCPL Paul R. Connolly;

3. If you have a helper or pass unlimited endurance has nearly Ir"4fl SGT Wlndsou L. Irby, and CPL

enger, have him stand off to onside e the expanded Albert Ramshur.The .
area of offensive to the 70 O, >4e GOOD j1
of the vehicle while FAIRY
it is being "=<-" donor from NAS SpecialSer-
percent of the earth's surface that DOESN'T GIVE ANY ,- -1
backed to warn others, but do not is water.Soviet submarines MORE FOR YOUR TOOTH J vices was James K. Dwiegens,
him now SINCE :I: GOT MY PAy >
depend on to keep the 't SN.
,
way can remain In patrol stations off .. .I.\ U ....... C
;
clear. =
both / -
our coasts I
4. Give signals for backing. Backup Indefinitely. They QAv16EI ti'sR -
can also conduct operations In the :;
lights are recommended. Arctic. The difficulties of V "':t *
5. When backing around cornersor carry- ('. The Treasury's Weekly Stamp
Ing out ASW the Ice .
In among packs I" J Day plan, with classroom
be coupled
garages alleys, etc., needs
no elaboration. \
.;;::q' \\J'iI studies in money management for
sure that the front end of the' -
It Is to this threat that our ASW rr I .. \ ..rt6a --, ". P';"! citizens, is offered in tithe
vehicle does not swing to onside e sands
effort throughout
must be directed If < of schools
and strike something while 1 we are IOUSL'/.."n BEST PLACE OF ALL EOQ nation. Stamps are
to. remain able to project and exploit )'OUR J AIGE... U. S. Savings
you are looking back. U.S t SAVIN65BONDS! also on sale at post offices.P .
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":: : YorkAFPS( ) -- The vice- rpr**

..-.:.... .... t' ....'.\ ;.. 'i'i: :1'Y'ft .4..,.J'.'I/4: tffM president administration In charge of the 1963 of awards Free- FINANCE GOVERHMENTEMPLOYEES&

-- ....::... "A ;,.Tl:St::'' doms Foundation at Valley Forge INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION SERVICE ,
letter writing contest Ken WellsII
.......Part of f 90,000 spectators who helped celebrate 23rd Anniversary........... advises potential entrants that INSURANCE COMPANY
5631 Timoquana Road
the deadline for the contest is Nov. Ph. 771.0527IIIIIIIEI'
1, 1963.
House
Open Wells who expects the numberof
(Continued from page 1)) I military letter writers to top !!?

arrived on the field just moments last year's approximately 10,000, .,
reminded that the 1963 theme is K .
IE HE J GUIS S
before the show began. It was "
"What Can I Do For Freedom?
the first time this year he had
In addition to the competition Let's
get togetherand
performed in the F-51 but he ran
limited to the military, the Foun- flit tboseTEMPORARY
through the precision loops, low dation will give awards in cate- JOBS
level hedge hopping and compass gories that Include: Advertising,
rolls without a hitch. Books, Cartoons, Community Pro- Available now for
...Flying Pr '.nor...
For a brief moment it appearedthat grams, Economic Education, Editorials experienced office
the Jax Navy Sport Para- and Essays. workers throughWe&n
chute Club would be unable to Also in Letter-to-Editors, Mo-
perform its first open house high tion Pictures, Nonprofit Publica-

altitude free fall maneuvers because \...,. tions, Photographs with Captions,
of the scattered cloud cover 1.eo ..... Public Addresses and Radio Pro-
which passed over the Station grams.
Sunday. However, after the club's .",.. .I II't.." Other categories include: Ser-
pilotLt. Cdr.J.C.Brown made two ;;; ,' r1 mons, Television Programs,Youth g.
passes over the drop zone in a 5-.2':",: r- Campfire Programs, Youth Essays )
C-117 transport, a hole opened .. .v. fJ Photographs, and General a division o/
large enough to drop the chutists. .. : # ( Americana. ROBERT A. BRODEUR

Three skydivers demonstrated a ..... _.;, -., the George Washington Award Personnel SpecialistRm
human pinwheel, three executed a .. .".. "'-<:!It ,-" ', .......I&iiiIiiI; will be made to the most outstanding 211 218 W. Adams ." ..
double cross over and three madea P := Irr4. Individual contribution REGISTER NOW!
.. ..
double baton pass all within ...Fornof>< : -with F-51... during 1963 toward the under- NO FEE
20 seconds. standing and propagation of the Work a day..week or
Conducting the human pinwheelwere American way of life. month
,
Miles Gibson A01 of VP-30;
,
Larry Farmer, AE3 of VP-30
and 20 year old Navy Wave Sheila Where to turn for money?
Kavanaugh, RM3 of NAS Commun- .
.. .
ications. '. ). :> -
The double cross over was '\ \ (
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demonstrated by Harry Wood,PR2 \ .. sT t
of VA-44, Dick Valley, AE3 of VP- iI i
30 and Jim Parsons,A01 of VA-44.
Bob Etheridge, A/le of AF679th;
Ted Sergent PR1 of VA-44 and
Rick MariniHM3ofNATTU'sDis T

pensary performed the double .
baton pass.
Next, the spine tingling, yet humorous .J
antics of the Flying Pro-
fessor.kept the audience attentionat 5
its peak. In a comedy balletin ...Blue Angels...
the air, Captain Dick Schram,
USNR, playing the roleofa learned .,;. r> '':
professor who extracted all of his '" ( .
flying knowledge from a book,took ,I' f., '-.# ft' "". ;'
the controls of a small Piper Cub ,? .
for a half-hour of rib tickling aerial .. ','.tit!;;;
acrobatics second to none. .;\;
Once again the audience looked ;
skyward to see the Navy's Chuting .
Stars exhibition parachute team '3 E.

perform their precision free fall :
maneuvers, canopy control and

standup maneuvers landings.included Among a double these p ; More servicemen go to HFC!

cross over, a baton, pass by two a h ,
Need money for a good purpose? See an HFC I,
jumpers while a third jumper took ..ofI military loan specialist. He knows how to meet -- \
the burst which
their picture) star .
.
,
exact
.
"'" : your money needs.
candle effect, the
gave double a roman breakaway and demon- ...Jax Navy Skydivers...
.c..oa MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
strations of maximum tracking. r
The finale of the day's demon- I ..24,." b.,is.", Lfwh 11 .,6."
strations was the Blue Angels, ROOSEVELT MALL Ask about Credit $.00 5.93 7.29 10.01 18.48
the Navy's flight exhibition team. Life Insurance 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
In their swept-wing, supersonic 301 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45
Tiger jets, the,six-planeprecision on loans SOt 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
team thrilled the crowd with split CARWASH H at croup rates 601 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
second, maximum performance Ch.rru I .re tomfHitJ.,J% ...that prl tfKWutrf
mtnlkly hotmtn not titnjmt fJOO
maneuvers. a.4 Z%..aim y,,_itNln.HOUSE're'NANCf.
Bob Hoover of Los Angeles, HOURS
Calif., was scheduled to performin I '
his F-51 Mustang but was detained MONDAY thru SATURDAY SUNDAY !
at an air show commitmentdown I
state Florida. However, 9.00 A.M. 6.30 P.M. 9.00 A.M. 1.30 P.M.
just as the Blue Angels landed,
25 West Forsyth St.-Phono: 355-9683
finishing their act. Hoover appeared -
over the air field in his I Every WEDNESDAYIs Cedar Hills Shopping Center ittJ
World War II aircraft. He remained 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
In the acrobatic area per-
forming various maneuvers as the DOLLAR DAYWWW 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
crowd prepared to leave the air Above office open Friday evening until P.ltI.OCTOBER .
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i\ PAGE 4 JAX AIR HEWS I II

i MAO This was Investigated by the
I SEPTEMBER'S SERVICEMAN OiR
Being congratulated on his se- Value Analysis Task Force who
lection as September's Serviceman (Continued from page 1)) developed methods of evaluating
of the Month is John M. found that the same basic tech- the fuel cell "in place", This

, I Lewis, ETN3, of the Ground niques can be applied with equal change in procedure resulted in
Electronics Division of NAS success In "paperwork" areas. some 850 man-hours saved in six
I Communications Dept. Ceremonies Locally, the Value Analysis Program months, or about $6,000.
f' was started by Captain The purpose of the seminar
were held in the offices of being
O&R Officer, with held this month is to
Capt. James R. Compton, NAS Robert Fagan, extend the
Commanding Officer.Deadline the objective of eliminating unnecessary type of training given to O&R
--- processing on aircraft Department personnel tq the other
parts and components with em- departments of the Station.. AI
," Hears phasis on all factors which affect though the seminar will be con
11Lw3luniuwiS cost. As an example, the A-3 ducted by the two-man team of Val
t For Christmas Progressive Aircraft Rework Pro- ue Analysis Specialists, the co
: gram required removal of the for- ordinating committee has selected
ward fuel cell on all A-3 aircraftfor projects that are tailored to fit
; Package MailingIf inspection of cavity structure. the needs of NAS Jacksonville
I'LI ,

you have Christmas shoppingto .
do for a serviceman or woman A KELLY GIRL
7 who: Is stationed overseas, you I
f rI have only 34 days left. That's
I fI I II right only 34 days. All pack-, e
ages for Army, Navy, or Air NEEDS YOU !
Force post offices overseas must
I di be In the mall before November20th
, to Insure delivery by Christ- We can place with Jacksonville'sFinest

I I mas Day. companies any SHARP gal who has office

f skills. NO CHARGES TO YOU Highest Caliber

Please wrap your parcels care- temporary employment to those who have other
fully, and address them correctlyand
responsibilities but desire
AIR CONDITIONED BEAUTY REST BEDS legibly-printing is preferable, t extra $ $'354-0111

"NEAR GOOD RESTAURANTS AND and don't forget your return
ORANGE PARK DOG TRACK- address. Include the address and
your return address inside the

lA ..1-, Cottington Motel more package.than Packages 70 pounds must or be not weigh more O VANDERBILT TIRES S SNO

I than 100 inches' in length and girth
I, B38 U. S. HIWAY 17-3 MILES SOUTH OFI combined. However, size and
I JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION weight limits may vary accordingto 3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU
r the destination of the package.
Please don't mail perishable food
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottington Orange Park, Fla. items, matches or lighter fluid.
Owners and Managers Phone 264-2221 MONEY DOWN

Your nearest post office has
complete Information about these AS LOW AS $|)17 PER WEEK1st

requirements as well as a full
list of those articles which can-
IJftI111II11ItffJ R33wR1tuIola not be sent through the mall QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE

Remember, shop early, and have ) SIZE 1 for 2 for 4 for
Two Locations To Serve You: your servieman's overseas : 1 for 983 640115 III IIEE 3532
EV 9.0388 Christmas, package In the mall ti 670x15 III IKS 3532%
5444 Normandy Boulevard/
"MS760x15 1113 22.66 43.32or
2809 Mayport Road CH 6.4825 before November 20. 2 f 2 2All 1866 13 83 2S6S 51.32
750t14 12.33 23,ES 4532
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ SOGiM150x14 1413 21,ES 5532
PARMAN I. 4 for 3532 IS 13 32.ES 6332
On Tires/ -BatteriesShods -Brakes. (Re C.P.O.) Value AnalysisContinued t e 600113 1013 20,ES 3932
r- Front End Engine & Transmission Work 40IU-67011S-600115 650113 1113 22.ES 4132
TUIimi NYLON lUCKWAll ADD 2,00 ON 15"TUIIIISI WlYPI
( from page 1)) Tina ". Tax & Exchonfl.N9 $3.00
Add-On if Old Tir. Not CoppobU
WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N. which was responsible for some

$400 million In contracts.As Com- FRONTED 3 ROTATIONMOUNTING
NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAYSTOP '
mander of this post, he had over- FREE
all responsibility for the qualityof 5PEGIAI.1 TUBE-REPAIR
material contracted and released -
to the and Air
Army Navy MAIN STRUT CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDI
Force as well as administrationof 17th&MAIN 1S0411'"dillll'wcl.' 1244 Philip Hiw r
all assigned, contracts.He tL 45051"SANDY" I fiCriir( Ctnttr HilltUoppinf .1) FL 9.2011"Acron, ,
ii SP i.tm !oPI "
is also scheduled to part- CROSSO, Optn Mwi..W.4..M. '01111""
M ,. TH9PM.. 'hi 91.M.
icipate In a Value Anaylsis sem- ( ERNE CHUB, M.,. Optn CARROLL WtdntiJty CRIBI,Mr.
inar being held here next week.


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'E' On Card Doesn't NATTU Navyman Plays LifegivingRole

I Navy Report In Young Calif. Girl's Fate ,

By D. W. Warren, J03A \

Mean You've Flunked The CourseSanford's nine-month-old girl might not Nover's action was first calledto
be alive today if a young man the attention of the CommandIng -
from Stockton, Calif.,hadn't joinedthe Officer of? the Naval Air Tech-
Heavy Attack Squadron Navy. nical Training Unit, Captain C.G.
Eleven recently received Its report Airman Apprentice Harry E. Strum) in a letter from Harold
card for S
Fiscal 1963. Nover, who enlisted in the Navy hnmeiss, Chief Security Officerat
The grade--there was only one June 21, 1963, is stationed at the Knott's Berry Farm.r .
-was an "E" for excellence, the L- Z Naval Air Technical Training Unit.
traditional award to Navy units
He completed recruit training at
for being best In their type. the Recruit Training Command,

The small but coveted, brass r San Diego, Calif., Aug. 10, and
and wooden plaque was presentedby 's j
on his way home Aug. 11 for.his
Rear Admiral Robert Goldth- 9 14-day leave,visited Knott's Berry .. -
waite, Commander of Fleet Air r
Farm and Ghost Town, a tourist
,
Jacksonville and the Immediate (" attraction at Buena Park, Calif.That's .
superior of Heavy Attack Wing where he met Michelle
One. ijr'z Finn, the nine-month-old baby
Admiral Goldthwaite flew Into whose life he Is credited with sav-
Sanford especially to present the ing.
award and Inspect the men who According to Nover, a strollerIn
compiled an accident-free flying which Michelle was riding rolled
record in Fiscal 1963 en routeto down an incline, and when her
winning their "E". mother grabbed it, the stroller
More than two months after the tipped over striking Michelle'shead
competition period, VAH-11 still on the pavement. When Nover
continues its spotless safety approached to offer his assistance,
string.In he noted that Mother's attemptsat
other areas, the squadron'smost reviving the child through mouthto
recent achievements include mouth rescuscltatton were fruit-
hurricane-seeding operations in
the U.S. Weather Bureau's Pro- y less.The 17-year-old bluejacket Immediately
ject Stormfury. As part of the took over and succeededin
project, two VAH-11 flight crews R restoring breathing. 40f
actually flew into the eye of Ilir- BATTLE READINESS "E" plaque is admired by RAdm. Robert Nover reported to the Naval Air
ricane Beulah to drop silver iodide Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, as he presentsthe Technical Training Unit Aug. 28
generators. award to Commanding Officer of Heavy Attack Squodron 11, for duty under Instruction In the ;t tl P!. ''NAYoOm.
Commander John F. Barlow accepted' Cdr. John F. Barlow. (Navy Photo by Long, PH2)) Aviation Electrician's Mate Class
the "E" while he "A" School. He is temporarily
squadron's 450 officers and men, Tickets AreAvailable assigned to duty in NATTU's
attired in dress white uniforms, messhall.
.1 t. vr iii
stood nearby in revue formation.In +
the background were the squad- At
ron's 12 A-3B Skywarrior twin-
jet attack bombers. Special PricesDuring I
Barlow assumed command of the
squadron on March 25 while the next three months the
/
VAH-11 was deployed*to the Med- NAS Special Services, located in
iterranean aboard the USS Franklin Bldg. 704, will have tickets on /PW
D. Roosevelt.The sale for the many fine entertainment -
"Checkertalls;" as the unit features scheduled for Jack
is nicknamed returned to Sanfordin sonville.
late April and have been at On October 18, The Ray Charles
or near the top in monthly train- Concert will be presented at the ."tI
ing competitions ever since. Jacksonville Coliseum. Ticketsare
The occasion held particular on sale for $2.50, $2'and $1.50.
significance for Admiral Goldth- The following evening, October
waite, who was the first Com- 19, the Fred Waring Show will iJ(4 ,61ti
mander of Heavy Attack Wing One appear at the Civic Auditorium with
when It was organized in Norfolkin tickets going for $5.50, $4.50,
195L His flying experience Includes $3.50, and $2.50. ,. ,
the AJ Savage and P2V Outdoor entertainment will be
Neptune, early forerunners of highlighted October 27 with the
VAH-ll's Skywarriors. presentation of the 9th Annual
Last year the "E" was won by Southeastern Championship Stock
Heavy Attack Squadron Five their Car Races to be held at the Jacksonville -
second such award In three years. Speedway. Advanced price
tickets areonsaleforL50whereas -
I' gate prices will be $3.
November In Jacksonville pro-
mises to be equally entertainingas
the Civic Auditorium presents ,
.
Hootenany USA November 6 with \ -"", -
tickets selling (for $2.50, $1.50
and $1. (
Mantovani and His Orchestra
will appear at the Civic Auditor- WILL SOME
ium November 8 with tickets being
sold at $5.50, $4.50, $3.50 and
$2.50. EXTRA CASHBAIL
Also at the Auditorium on Nov-
ember 19 will be held the Fall YOU OUT ?
Folk Festival. Tickets are on
sale at 321.
Folk singing artists Peter Paul .
and Mary will appear at the Civic See Seaboard for a loan. Whenever you need money,

Auditorium December 7 with don't worry, see Seaboard. Seaboard rents money.

tickets And, selling as an for annual$3-2-1.service, For extra fast service-telephone for a personal (and

tickets to the 19th Annual Gator confidential) appointment.
a 5EE you GO A NEW'N5E Bowl Football Classic will 6e sellIng -
? CHAPLAIN,a for $7.25.

SfflBOflHOFINHNDECOMPRNY ..,
"I/ shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that
I con do or any kindness that I can show to any human being! let LOANS to $600
mo do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it For I shall not 215 Lynch Building, Jacksonville 34 West Duval St., Jacksonville
pass this way again.' Your United Fund Campaign is your oppor. Telephone Elgin 6.1251 Telephone Elgin 63311r
tunity. Don't defer or neglect it1!



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1963
wA PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS! -

,f, Korean War Story Produced for TV CPO (lib Notes Acey aClub. Bluejackets InnDoin's --

Thursday, October 17
Washington (AFPS) American NBC-TV has worked more than Thursday, October 17 The Chantels 8:00 p.m. 11:30
fighting men called It "Frozen two years producing a 90-minute Happy Hour p.m. Thursday, October 17
Chosen" and historians have "Project 20" special documenting"That Friday, October 18 Dance Contest and Dance featur-
termed It"the strangest war ever War In Korea." Friday, October 18 Combo 6:30 ing March Wilson and the Red
Mark Castle p.m.
will be Nov. 20.
fought by men. It presented Coats 8:00 p.m. 12:00.: a.m.
Whatever they call It, anyone Richard Boone, a combat veteranof Dance to Johnny Arnold 12:30: a.m.Saturday. Friday, October 18
who has served In Korea will WWII, will narrate the spe- October 19
never forget It. cial program. Saturday, October 19 Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
Mark Castle Combo 8:30 1:30 9:00 p.m.1:00 a.m.
Dance to Cappy's Combo a.m. Saturday, October 19

NOW BOOKING CARIBBEAfyWEST INDIES Sunday, October 20 Sunday, October 20 The Cavaliers 8:00p.m.1:00: a.m
and SOUTH AMERICA Sunday, October 20
Dance to Mach Four Game Night 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Cruises for Winter and Sprinq. Country Drifters 8:30 p.m.11:30 Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:00: p..
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CRUISES NOW AVAILABLE Monday, October 21 p.m. 12:00 a.m.Monday.
... WORLD-WIDE PERSONALIZED SERVICE
.Anywhere Everywhere Anytime Pizza Night Monday, October 21 October 21

Independent or Conducted Tours and Cruises Band Auditioning Dining and Dancing

Tuesday, October 22 Tuesday, October 22 Tuesday, October 22
SHELLER: Happy Hour
Game 7:30 9:30 Hour 5:00 7:00
Night : p.m. : p.m. Hippy p.m. : p.m.

218 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE EL 4-4629 Wednesday, October 23 Wednesday, October 23 Wednesday, October 23

Western Night Country Drifters Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00 p.m.A Game Night 8:00: p.m.Lutheran.


SC

Plans Dance
A
A square dance especially for
military personnel will be held
this Saturday, October 19, 8:00:
p.m. at the Lutheran Service Cen
ter, 19 West Forsyth St., Jack-
j sonvllle.
There Is no admission chargeand
ANNIVERSARY free refreshments will be :
served. !

I SALE! MoviesMovies "



will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
a i 1' i I urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
Saturday; and Sunday, at theMain-
side and NATTU Theaters and at
7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hospital -
t Theater. These times are sub-
ject to change.

Thursday, October 17

'j\ Malnslde The Traitors
NATTUnlt Fancy Pants
Hospital Paranoiac
COATSSUITS .;
l fft Friday, October 18
'
Malnslde Flight to Mars
I=: -'V NATTUnlt The Traitors
Hospital Fancy Pants

Saturday, October 19
So Come EarlySHIRTS mmm ,<'
Malnslde Donovan's Reef
"y. "
NATTUnif Flight to Mars
______
Hospital The Traitors

Sunday, October 20

VALUES$2 Malnslde The Old Dark House
:; $1388 to $5.00 NATTUnlt Donovan's Reef
Hospital Flight to Mars

Monday, October 21
.. DACRON AND COTTONSUCKS pro
3
Malnslde Damn the Defiant
for NATTUnlt The Old Dark House
Hospital Donovan's Reef

t1 Tuesday, October 22
Matnstde Advise and Consent
i NATTUnlt Damn the Defiant
Hospital The Old Dark House

Wednesday, October 23

Malnslde Come Blow Your Horn
NATTUnlt Advise and Consent
Hospital Damn the Defiant
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1 The more you read,the more know
ledge you acquire, and know-
ledge still is, and always has been,
1 power to the person who has it.
And the use of language, more
than Is a
any other single thing
!i barometer of a person's knoW-
ledge. Earl Nightingale, "Can
FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE Slight imperfections we challenge you to find the flaw. You Speak English" Toastmaster,
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7. "


VP-7 Pilots rni''! V ., ..,.,.> ,x" "H'HU ,'. "" ._. ,L... ... I;
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t. : :
Draw DutyAboardDDs ;' .' ,, >""'. ....y ," t ,':.' .. !1

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m. Two Patrol Squadron 1 pilots Ads should U mated// to tr* JAX AIR NEWS 4724 ClrJ. Drhr, j 1
were the first oftheirunlttoparti- Jocksonv/ff/ 8, Florida, to orrlvm not //ot.r than Tuesday for put/f- i
cot//on the following Thursday. Ads arriving' too //of. for thin JeoJ. ''I
19s cipate In a new program designedto firm will b. published th. following w..k unless the publish I* '
acquaint pilots and destroyermen Instructed other// A check" or money order for the full cost of I'I
with the complexities and the od must I* ,..aa/v.J WITH th. C"'PY r the od.
-
prom DO NOT SEND CASH. I
, blems encountered by each In an ftO
actual coordinated exercise. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00Per +I
Though the program, which has additional line ((4 words per line) . 35 :

m. been given encouragement by Rear I II I
Admiral Norman C. Gillette, Jr., --

Commander Fleet Air Wings Atlantic .,, V 191 OLDS SUP 88 CONV. P.S., FOR SALE '57 Chev. 9 pass i
In order that both members F a P.a, WSW Tires & Top. In Excellent wagon V8, AT. R&H 41.000 ml, :
of the team may become more Cond. By original owner. perf. cond. Lt. Smith Ext. 480 :
proficient in their respectivetasks. Call 781-1451 or See At 1622 or SP 11418.Upholstery I

CLOSE-UP-Miss Flame contestants, who were guests of' VA-45 Westminister Ave. 1
:n, For a week Lieutenant Fred last Friday, are explained flight instrument usage by pilot Lt. Furniture Repair :
Wright and Lieutenant Hank Falck Ron FOR SALE Singer Sewing Ma Fabrics Low Cost Call
Plastic
Boyle. The pretty visitors are (L to R) Kristina Powell, ,
acted as observers and advisors In chine Zig lags, Perfect condition, 771-1326.
Becky Kagel, Georgia Duckworth and Jeannie Strickland. (Navy I
matters pertaining to patrol squadron forward and reverse
Photo I
by Ron Gardner PH2))
monthly
operations aboard Take $7.96
theMayport
up payments Murry Hill Eff. Apt. will accom.
C based destroyers, USS Luce and Thanks to new automation tech- --- or pay balance $46.60. Phone 353- 2 47.50 mo. EV 4-1663-
USS Fiske.e 1946 or 246-2282. A-l Sewing
niques, homes In the USA will In Dir. Mallison
Standing by In the ships' Combat the next ten yea rs be tied In through Machine Exchange, Inc. Housekeeper Baby Sitter needed
Information Center, the VP-7 Drs Inlet, own transp. 6:45 -
or pilots were able to observe the equipment the no more complicatedthan Year's 1st YIP APARTMENTS 1-2 BEDROOMS-- 4:30. Consider young mother with
Id methods used by the destroyers In local libraries average telephone with Ortega Hills Across from NAS sm child 264-6025 after 5.
)(D) detecting and tracking an enemy through them to regional Kitchen equipped, alr-condltloned,

1- submarine, In this Instance, the national centres All and Information finally to a SpeakerloCPOs Patio. Burbridge Realty Co. 117E. FOR SALE or RENT with option

t- USS Darter, SS576. Of special Interest these libraries centre. will then become In Bay Street.IMPORTANT. to buy 3 BR, CB house like
to the two pilots was thee fenced
new fully In meadow-
directly available to the house- Nathen Mallison JacksonvilleCity
aircraft control exercise which TO SERVICEMEN -
brook. Low
mo. $52.
holder or businessman.This future Recreation Director was the payments
German
e
conducted with Shepherd owners
was VP-7. Dog $100 down takes
$1200
over
prospect Is described In first VIP speaker of the
a report theyearat Call 264-9625.
Lieutenant Phil Yosway, Lieutenant only. FHA No
equity. qualifying. Call
prepared by the American Library Chief Petty Officer's Club last
Bob Hoene, and Lieutenantjg 2649804.
Association. Wednesday. FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS -
( ) Bill Bommer are spending this
week at sea. UNESCO Courier. Mallison kept a goodly crowd of 2 BR, 2 Bath house, deep shady FOR SALE Two story home with
chiefs and visiting officers In lot. Call EV 97070. beautiful
yard, In Middlebury.
stitches from start to finish as he
Phone BU 25295.
:.": made' Important points with '
y > > many FOR SALE 57 Ply. Wagon.
. humor. 4 dr, V8-A-1 cone!. Pwr. No rust.
1 The title of his ,Limber, $400 cash. Very clean. EV8-315L
. and Little Bit FAIRFAX
Loving a Loony, MANOR-4163ShlrleySt.
t was designed to give the group a UNFURN HOUSE Murry flU 3 BR, shingle bung. AC, WW carpet -
set of guide lines upon which to basea 2 BR, kitchen equipped, Ig yard LR &DR. sep gar & car-
life. $55 a mo. EV 9-4275. port. $14,000. Owner EV 85545.
Malllson's advice was to stay
loose and relax (Limber), be

'. friendly to everyone and expectally
f one's wife (Loving) and don't be flet ieautj jalon
afraid to be a little bit different

(Loony).
He was full of examples on howto NEXT TO N.A.S. JAX
MARVI K '
achieve these states. As per- STOP in and talk to us about our budget hair car
example on the Loving. He said
"should you come home and find planl Tailored to your needs. SHAMPOO and*

43aw. r your wife mopping the floor. Be SET each' week plus' permanents as often as needed.
loving, and mop the floor with her.
'" 4 'PA \. ,' In addition to the many chiefs '

ROUGH ASSIGNMENT was this one given Earl Goldie, PN1 1 andJ. attending, Captain ames R. Compton $1500

V. Rose, PNC of NARTU last Friday when they were orderedto Commanding Officer of NAS
help escort these Miss Jacksonville beauty contestants to the Jacksonville was In attendance.

NAS runway where the girls greeted the Blue Angels exhibition PER MONTH ,

flight team when they arrived for the 23rd Anniversary celebra "I( would like some cigarettesfor AND UP '
tion. The city crown hopefuls are (L to R) Carole Phipps, Nancy my husband," said the June
Packard, Peggy Lamb Sharon Beck, Nancy Flohr, Nina Chattin, bride. 6481 Roosevelt Blvd.
Joan Evans. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) "Cork?"

-- ,, -' "Why yes, If they are better 384-1522 ,
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BUNNY PREVIEW is extended Station CO, Capt. J. R. Comptonas 'C 0 384-7541
he purchases first ticket to the Officers' Wives New Orleans
Night charity affair to be held at the "0" Club November 23.
Presenting the ticket in her Bunny costume is Mrs. J. T. Christian .
while Mrs. J. C. Stoopack, chairman of the event looks on.
(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) ,. .




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, PACE 8 JAX AIR NEWS .

1,000 POs To Test -72 Bluejackets Sew
( I Sui'i'iJRoAOMINDEDNE6S' '
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.J CPO-typeUniPorms $IS HIGNMINDE1NE551.ArrENED On New Crow Nov. 16


One thousand second and first spections,while manning the rail f our 8YEXPERIENCE. Seventy-two NAS personnelwillbe RM2; J.M. Lewis, ETN2; L.G.
class petty officers are slatted and on leave and liberty In un- advanced in rate November 16 McClaran, ETN2; W.J. Moran
to tryout the new CPO-type uniform iform. as a result of passing the August DT2; J.O. Motley, CS2; J.M.
It was revealed this week by Chips and stations at which the Navy-wide' competitive exam- Phillips PN2; G.C.. Smith MM2;
Navy Times. new uniform will be tested are: V.A. inations, according to the Station W.E. Tucker URA2.
The test, which Is to begin in the light cruiser Northampton, the Military Personnel Officer Lieutenant R.C. Abner, SFM3; M.A.Austin,
March, Is scheduled to last a year. guided missile cruiser Galveston, Commander J.A. Nichols. RM3; R.L. Bond,AE3B.F.; Brown,
M-
During this time, the effect of the the guided missile frigate W.V. 1'0\ Among this list will be six first AE3; J.E. Burns ATN3T.H.;
uniform on Navy morale, recruiting Pratt, the destroyer Bausch, the -t V : class, 20 second class, and 46 Busboom, AG3; A.G. Chavous
and retention will be studied. submarine Sea Leopard and Razor- .. I V. I (" third class petty officers. Theyare ATN3; J.A. Dalfonso DT3; J.
Each man selected for the test back, Patrol Squadron 24, Nor- ..... f I.. : L.R. Dunn DC1; W.E. Hert, Dzlkielewski, DT3; R.E. Elliott
' \ will be furnished with everything folk, Air Antl-submarineSquadron j. HM1; W.G. Kilby, ET1;J.L. Rey- ATN3; K.R. Felix, CS3;e.E. Filut
necessary to completed one blue, 25, San Diego, and Naval Stations nolds, AC1; B. Robinson, ADR1; AMS3; R.N. Gill ATR3; W.C.

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17, 1963 : JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9. !i
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.7, iJltI-rAIROWW AWARDS. Captain J.R. Compton, rw ,
,w : ::::;:::::::* :<< Commanding Officer HAS -

i :: :'S rwiTSir sents J.awards Duane to Cann Chris the Kappasand winner

16 NEWS"': ; j' $ and 23rd runner-up Anniversary of the Invitational recent NAS 1 f

Tournament held October 1213.
2; L.G.Moran. Kappas shot an even par 144,
Am Title Shared and Cann a 4 over par 148. (Na
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{ J.M. vy Photo, Ron Gardner, PH2))
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Austin, vitational To Kappas!

Brown, .:
3TH.; porting 9 under par 63's Tom-
bayous, Jenkins and Bobby Tomlinson
>T3; J.Elliott.
Jacksonville, paced their re- a
ctive teams to the first place ;'\
:. FIlut, bsltlons In the NAS Pro-Am golf r -
W.C. atches, last Friday afternoon -""
ETN3; :tober 11, on the station greens.
osztur, PGA tourist for w .-v .
Jenkins a 9 1 GET AMISSILE
3; J.F.igston. Months, knocked In six birdies and >
eaded the team of Ned Searcy,
AGE DEAL!
: M.L. [nake Swanson, and Chris Kappas. ,
cAvoy, Tomlinson with an even par andour
: H.R. birdies headed the team of
, AC3; :arl Tomlinson, Dan Moseley,and
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A.M. :ool 64, Pro Lou Chaff shot a 67
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12 and 13. Winning the Invitationalwas MISSILE@J

) Chris Kappas with a con- ,.. -,
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144. Building up his lead on the PRO-AM GOLF WINNERSEarl Tomlinson (L) and Tommy Bird. GORDONTHOMPSON
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Resulted HI M8I Many Close Games

Intramural Football this past week saw plenty of action and close games. Monday October 7, Hospital -
outlasted FAETU, 6-0, and Is making a strong bid for the American League "No 1" spot. Scoringfor
Hospital was Joe Sapp. Vp-30 handed VAP-62 it's third loss of the season, 18-0, and is also In the
running for the top spot. The three TD s for VP-30 were scored by: D.L Ondo, W.A. Thomas, and C.R.
Harvey.On .
Tuesday, October 8, the
VA-15 vs MARTD game was postponed coming out "top dog", 12-0.
while Air Force 679th "The best offense, is a good defense IM
squeezed past the Marines, 18-12. ," seemed to be the orderof
Scoring for 679th was Norring- the day. Communications hada
ton. and Bailey collected the remaining pressing and alert defense that FootballSchedule
two TDs. Tabulating the always seemed to be there at the
.... two "Leatherneck' TD s were right time to save the possible
T.B. Taylor, and C.A. Lawson.On TD's of the VA-45 Blackbirds.
Wednesday, October 9, A/C Communications got an early TD
Maintenance downed VAP-62, and then the defenses of both teams All Games Begin 4:00 p.m.
12-0. D.E. Patterson, and J.W. played inspired ball and It was not
"END OF THE TRAIL"-VA-45's Chuck Oyenik goes for no gainas Cron tallied the A/C Maintenancescores. until the closing seconds of the American League
J. A. Sheats of Communications move in to stop him. Com- On the joining field VP-7 game that DJ. Thompson of Com- Monday, October 21
munications won 12-0. (Navy Photo, Ron Gardner, PH2)Bflm0MATIC ) was busy defeating Hospital, 8-6. munications leaped high Into the A/C Maintenance vs. VAP-62
and thus kept the top spot in the air to haul in the final TD. Stadium Field
American League in an "uproar"and Numerous pass interceptions and FAETU vs NARTU Parade
lANES still anybody's position. penalltles Indicated the"heads up" Grounds
This week's games should be and aggresive football that was Wednesday, October 23
interesting and provide a clearer played. The same two teams meet
CEflAR CREEK-AT &U.Nt'MCrfltv&? : picture as to which team should again Tuesday, November 19, VP-7 vs FAETU Stadium Field
EV 4-6.221 or IV 73569r bold the top position. Scoring the which promises to be a most interesting A/C Maintenance vs VP-30 Par-
LI TD for VP-7 was J. Makowski, rematch. Everything ade Grounds
V mm m mrr w m m and cracking the Hospital line for being equal this game could be
Every Sunday Night from 9 P.M. the other two points, was Cooper. the deciding game for the NatI Nat'l Tuesday League October 22
,
FREE Merchandise PRIZES! Carrying the TD across the goal League Championship. Accountingfor
line for Hospital was Joe Sapp. the two victory TD s were Communications vs 679th Stadium -
NO ENTRY FEE Thursday, October 10, the two T.T. Hayes, and D.J. Thompson.On Field
Bring the SATURDAYS Family Bowling.and.. undefeated teams In the Natl the Stadium Field MARTD VA-15 vs VA-45 Parade G rounds
OPEN BOWLING SUNDAYS
League met (Communications and and o&R battled to a score-
LADIES! Join a Morning Coffee League HOWL Thursday,.October 24
with Communications
VA-45)) less tie. In an overtime period
-- MARTD gained the most yardageand CAR vs VA-15 Stadium Field
was awarded the victory by Communications vs Marines
the score of 1-0. Parade Grounds



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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE


Pendergras Is Overall PanAmChampion UI Bowl ReSll

I Skeet Shooter AT LASTII


By Harold Benson. AA The American League leaders p
J K. L. Pendergras AEC,of NAS ed do'94x100 targets and with place.In (The Colt's) dropped their! game
Service Information Office, par- the 28 gauge he dropped 98x100. the team division Chief last week to the Cannon Cockers, {
ticipated recently In the Pan Amer- With the 2pgauge 100x100,and with Pendergras and Al Buntrock 3-L The Blackbirds of the Continental INTERNATIONAL
ican International Skeet Shooting the 12 gauge he blasted 200 straight AOC of Patuxent River,Md., League did not compete FOODS
com-
Championships, held In Dallas, targets without a miss. In the 20 bined their talents to win the 28 as their game was postponed. The Jacksonville now has a
Texas. The five day tournamentsaw gauge event eight contestents broke gauge championship Owl Hoots of the Nat'l League retained complete gourmet hop
((197x200),
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shooters entered from Canada, the 100 mark. In the shoot-off place second in the 20 event their lead as they downed specialising In the finest
Mexico, Jamada, Puerto Rico, as Chief Pendergras hampered by ((199x200)) and to tie gauge the worlds' the Bomb Scorers, 3-L fancy and Imported foods
well as the entire United States. darkness and the unfamiliar shoot- record In the 12 gauge event by
Shooters, both military and civilian ing under the lights shattered 100 hitting perfectly 400 straight tar- CAREER TEAM MOVESThe .
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dergras being declared the over- one and had to be content with Buntrock won two of the four events ComFairJax Career Ap-
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JAX AIR NEWS OCTOBER 17, 1963.

SMILING FACES Members of
Jax USO Hosts FrenchDesfroyerAfSaf.Dance the French ship DDG E. E, Du-
petit Thouars at the USO fart-
well dance given In their honor

l' Saturday night October 12. Back
row (L to R) Chief Radioman

: By Harold Benson, AAA Maitre A. Simon; Chief Engine-
man Douarinow; Chief Engineman
farewell dance ( i1 C. Borbotin. Front row (L to R)
for the
French disappointed In not being able to
guided missile Signalman 2nd Class, M. Mes-
destroyer E.E. see the recent hurricane in the
Dupetlt Thorar was hosted by the Caribbean area. poulet; Electrician 1st Class,
Jacksonville USO last F. Lebeuan; and Senior Chief
Saturday It was
that
interesting to note
evening. The ship had arrived at Chief Mllochevltch had learned to FireControlman,J. Milochevitch.
Mayport from Brest. France on speak and write English fluently In (Navy Photo by Harold J. Ben-
September 28 for radar training. less than two months. son, AA)
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Commanded by Captain De Fre- The ship left Mayport for "Who was that woman I saw
gate Scrbource Gouguel the ship maneuvers In the Puerto Rico area you out with last night?"
'" has a crew of 300 officers and
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on Monday. "Can you keep a secret?
men.One "I sure can."

...L.1.t of the n't'crewmen__ Lr,...J.__ Mil__ "So can 1."
""'U"'YUYI. vb uuc {,.lUeI rlre on-
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ors enjoyed very much the
American hospitality,the twist,ice San Juan ,
cream and soda pop. He remarkedthe "
U.S. music was quite similarto
Lot..OffRoosevelt
French. ;3 it l
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Before the USO dance was over }4,': 1a
of the local 'f-,
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bad learned a French version of ,
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Standard Trans., Radio, Heater, WSW 60 FORD GAL. HT . . . . . $1195
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SOUTHWEST Bucket Seats, V-8, Auto. Trans., Radio, Heater, Power 60 FORD WAGON . . . . :$1395
DUVAL Steering, Red With White Top. 9-Pass. Cty. Sedan, 4-Door, Auto. Trans., R&H, Clean.

WITH COUNTY 62 MONZA 2-DOOR . . . . .$1795 59 FORD CTRY. SQUIRE . . . $1295
COMPLETE 4-Speed Floor Shift, White With Red Vinyl Interior 9 Pass., Power Steer. & Brakes, Radio & Heater, WSW.

CONVENIENT MODERN 62 FORD GALAXIE . . . . $1995 57 CHEVROLET WAGON . . . . $795
COMMERCIAL 4-Dr. Sedan Auto. Trans., R&H, Air Conditioning.: Automatic Trans., Radio, Heater, Tutone Bronze & White
BANKING Excellent Condition.
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