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21 NO. 33 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER: '24, 1963
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.-w 1 VAP-62 :
1o Delivers 185 1 %



THE UNITED In United Fund Drive :

COMMUNITY SERVICES
With Squadron returns still coming In on the United Fund Drive,
Heavy Photographic Squadrpn 62 turned In $1,713.75, surpassing their
>WWMWI RhAJI3IMMC goal'of $922.30 \I
; "iahfN 4G UP( iNRS: i
-PHOTOGRAPHIC SQUADRON 9XTY. TWO da r kMhviTMJtrrt In recognition of this achlev- of VAP-62 personnel that made
tK ; br ment, VAP-62 received the following -
wu'ar the campaign such a huge success.
from Rear Admiral -
Rb message Examples of this were the airman
Robert Goldthwaite, Com-
y ANA bJth
3 tHr! uat wt 1 apprentices that contributed $5.00
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville:
each I a chief petty officer that
err "The latest progress report of gave $20 so as to set an examplefor
., the United Fund Drive Indicatesthat
his division and VAP-62
; 4 4 :. VhGO a co Rt uri oHS aj4t you have already attained 185 Supply Department, .who.not to be

ft' percent of your goal.As outdone by any other departmentor
: ; 7 .4' in previous years VAP62can division, gave 110ft/ of their
4 & $ "t always be relied upon to turn assigned goalVP5
uAWM.eM 1" ws in a superior performance. My ..

OVER THEIR GOAL-Cdr. J. Stufflebeem, VAP-62 CO, congratulates V. .$. Strickland, PHC for heartiest personal congratulationson Donated
his part in achieving 100% in the United Fund Drive from VAP-62 personnel assigned to the I Fleet this exceptional display of civic I
Air Photo Lab. Other keymen are: W. E. Plan, AN, First Lt. Div., 100%; W. Shireman, PH2, Camera responsibility and 'can do' atti- 140 % in DriveThe I

Repair Div., 100%; C. E. Hughes, AA, Supply Dept., 110%; E. Rassler, AQ1, Ordnance and tude. Extremely Well Done." officers and men of Patrol -
Avionics Div., 100%. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)HowGood ) The key to VAP-62s successful Squadron Five, even though
campaign hinged on three ingre- they are deployed to the Naval
dients: timing, motivated
proper think
Station SlgonelhSlcily
keymen and squadron spirit, it- ing of Jacksonville this past week
I J 1 1Driver
\ LfCol. Dochferman Assumes was said. when they dug deep into their I'
The commanding officer of the wallets and came up with $1,500for
Photo squadron, Commander J,D* the United Fund Drive. This .
to You? Command Of MARTD HereBy fctufflebeem, kicked off the was 140ft of their goal. I'
campaign with a command Presentation The\ unit, commanded by Com-
Do consider before an assembly of mander Robert is
you yourself a good P. Smyth, com-
driver? The NAS Security Department MSgt. C. M. Akey squadron personnel? This was followed posed of some 50 officers and

will give all hands an Lieutenant Colonel Lloyd B. Dochterman. assumed command of the by a short selected movie 250 enlisted men.
opportunity to demonstrate their Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment here last week. He relieved showing the good works of the They expect to. return to NAS
driving ability soon at a "Driver Lieutenant Colonel William I. Armagost who will report to the Marine various United Fund Drive Jacksonville early in November. I

Improvement" course. Corps Air Station, El Toro, Calif., for duty. agencies. # *
The course is being brought to Before reporting here for duty, Keymen were selected for their One Day !
manding officer of various units.In motivation and leadership
the air station, courtesy of May'sAllied LtCol. Dochterman served as energy
Van Service. It Is scheduledto Operations and Training Officer June 1958 then a Major, qualities. A large bar graph RemainsAs
begin early in December. The and Wing Special Weapons Officerfor he began a three year tour of dutyin conspicuously displayed and
half-hour sessions will start at the first Marine Aircraft Wingat Europe as Staff Tactical Air brought up to date on daily basis, of the latest report the Navy
8:00: a.m. and continue to 11:00 Iwakunl, Japan. Control Officer for the Com- gave a running account t of the had pledged 68.7% of the target.
a.m. and then resume at 12:00 The 42-year-old veteran of more mander, Allied Forces, Southern competitive spirit between shops With only one day remaining in
NATO with head- and divisions.On the Fund Drive, it was hoped to
p.m. with the last one commen- than 20 years service in the Mar- Europe ( ),
cing at 3:30 Porn.According ine Corps has 166 combat missions quarters in Naples Italy. the first pay day the bulk reach 100ft. If you have not pledged f
to Charles Able, NAS to his credit in two wars. He LtCol. Dochterma was born at of the contributions came In and yet contact your keyman to enable
Williston, N.D., was graduatedfrom before the next the Navy to reach 10010-
Safety Superintendent the course is flew '66 of them in the F4U pay day came
open to anyone, including depen- "Corsair" during the Okinawa Williston High School and attended around, VAP-62 surged pass their Units pledging over 100ft in-
dents the University of North goal of $922.30. With the second clude Naval Air Reserve Train-
on a first come first Campaign and 100 in the F9F
serve basis. The classes will be "Panther-jet" in Korea. Dakota before entering flight train- pay day contributions squadron ing Unit, Marine Reserve Train-
limited to 25 persons for each Commissioned a second lieutenant ing. During his military career he climbed to $1,713.75 ((185ft) and ing Detachment, Naval Hospital,
from both the Junior to exceed 200ft the Fleet Air Wlng-11 Navy Reserve
half hour. In the Marine Corps in 1943, was graduated expects by ?
and Senior Warfare close of the Center Marine Reserve
Amphibious campaign. Training ,
the will
Basically, course con- LtCol. Dochterman has served in
sist of operation of the "Driver practically every capacity as an officer Schools at Quantico, Va., and from But above all, It was the spirit Training Center, Main Recruiting

Improvement Trainer", which Is from squadron pilot to comLtCol. (Continued On Page 5)) Station Fairjax, Navy Staff;Fuel Depot,and Com-

(Continued On Page 8))

Navy DayMessage NATTU Personnel P ost 74% Passing In Navywide Examsresults I

By D. W. Warren J03
x Almost 74ft of all Naval Air were received.To sonnelman, Third Class -- N.J.
Technical Training Unit person- Aviation Electrician's Mate DI Muzio; to Yeoman Third Class
(From VAdm. H.P. Smith nel taking Navywlde examinationsfor Third Class G.L. Aldridge, D.E. CD Hill;' to Boatswain's Mate
CinCUntFIt) pay grades E-4 through E-6 Baggett, F.G Balint, M.B Brown, Third Class -- E.R. Olvey,' to
passed the examinations but only D.E. Caton L.G. Chastain, FA. Aviation Electrician's Mate Sec-
1963 finds the demands -
Navy and Day requirements placed on slightly over 22ft are to be ad- Daddario, JV. Ferrell, J.L. Fol- ond Class -- J.H. Brannigan, J.L.
the Atlantic Fleet than at vanced. The others who passedwere som, R.F. George, V.M.Gonzales, Conklin, M.R. Davidson T.E. Per-
time In our greater Navy's proud not to be advanced due to E.S.. Greene, L.P. Harper J.V. kins, W.W. Speer, CJ Walter;
any limitations. HIghsmlth, T.B. Hurst, G.T. Huhn to Aviation Ordnanceman Second
quota
Your dedication to duty
history.and the superb manner in which There were 293 taking the examinations G.W. Kirkland M.M. Kling, R.M Class -- W.R. Seiler, C.W. Tyler:

have met responsibilities at NATTU, and 216 Lasky, D.L. Lago T.C Lewis, to Journalist, Second Class -- D.
you has been your a valuable of those passed. Only 87 were D.V. Leach, G.S, McKay R.E. W. Warren; to Machinist's Mate,
Morris, M.H. Nelson, AF. Second
Class
contribution to the current periodof authorized advancement. Thereare E.
restless 14 to be advanced to C-6 Palmer, R.E Sutherland, JU Wilfong; to Aviation Electrician'sMate
Today's fleet peace.sailor and marine, t 14 to E-5 and 59 to E-4. Perez, R.D. Vandrlesen D.W. First Class -- J. B. Dry-
Winters, and J. A, Wright.To bola
combined with the large strideswe E.E. Galloway D.L. Houseman -
have taken In technological Below are listed those to be AviationOrdnanceman,Third I.E. Hughes; to Aviation ..
Class -- J.L. Sperlich, L.A. Theo-
know-how, will keep the Atlantic'I advanced Nov. 16. The list does Ordnanceman First Class --W.B.
Fleet the strong deterrent to not include those transferred after ripe WH, Williams, S.E. Wid- Dobson, H.B. Jung, J.L. Oster-
Wg, to Dental l
Technician Third"Class
aggression It has always been., .Dochterman taking: the examination but before berg and to Yeoman First Class
-- L.W,Thompkins;to Per- -- R S s.Published .



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SeapowerBy I ..
Following is a report of motor '
vehicle accidents and traffic vio-
Let The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Vie Admiral Fitzhugh lations for the period October
the U. Naval Air
at S.
distributed each Thursday Station,
Chief of Naval Air TrainingThe 13 through October 19.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
extraordinary development of naval aviation In our time makesus NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
realize how difficult It was at the of each decade
beginning to NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
foretell what even the next few years might bring. Some forecasters week(October 13 through Oct Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
predicted a short life for naval aviation; most predicted progress, but ober 19)) . . 3 Box publication.2, NAS News items are welcomed from all sources-

they underestimated Its rate and acceleration. Total accidents this year through Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Who would have dreamed that October 19 . . 223 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
JJy; WWIrs end 110 U.S. andallled The forces for such limited wars Total accidents through October concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

aircraft carriers would have are known as general purpose 1962 . . . .210 Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, FJorlda--
taken part, and that despite the forces. Particularly in the decades Number of days since last Injuryin Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271.
gloomy views of those who called since World War 1, naval forces motor vehicle accident 50
them ducks have shown themselves to be
"sitting only one OCTOBER 24 1963
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis VOL. 21 NO. 33 ,
would have been lost through land- eminently suitable as general purpose -

based air attack? forces. Based on the open week (Oct. 13-19)) .35

Who, In 1943, could have pre- sea, naval forces can apply grad- Speeding . . .7
dicted that carriers would sustain uated power. with the least frictionin Reckless Driving . .3 What's Left To Do
?
lower loss rates In war than bat- the widest variety of situations. Going through stop sign 2

tleships, cruisers, destroyers or The landing at Lebanon and the Other Violations . .20
submarines; that In the war In quarantine of Cuba are excellent In the modern world, the tide of current thought runs toward the

the Pacific several times more examples of such power ap- Forty-one drivers appeared attitude that real personal leadership Is no longer possible since all
plication.Our the frontiers have been crossed, and so much of life mechanized.
enemy aircraft would be destroyed before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
per carrier-based aircraft than naval general purpose for- the meeting held on October 2L Besides, how much easier It is to sit back among our many com-

per shore-based plane, and thatat ces fall Into five principal categories Disposition of the cases Include forts, to follow the splendid little rut known as dally routine to

war's end the Navy would have carrier striking forces, the following: 13 lost driving and enjoy our security, and to fill nicely the definition of the "commonman.

40,000 aircraft and almost 50.000 Polaris Is striking forces, parking privileges aboard station ." to state the obvious.
But
amphibious forces antisubmarine But have all challenges actually Is
naval for various 22 -
aviators to man them? periods; were assigned in the
forces and dwindled into ? necessary extreme that these
logistics forces. All past history
Yet the
uneasy world In whichwe to complete an eighthourcourse be
things
live is changing rapidly. It of these forces are able to con- in remedial driving Instructions The answer must obviously be no- accomplished.
No
tribute to our success In atomic emphatically no for the Navy man member of a court-martial,
is a world divided, In which two ; 14 were given suspended -
bllitz and or to its decisive after- nine and worttan. A recently revised no person who has ever attendeda
locked
powers are In struggle- penalties; were given warn
math. In all of them General Order 21 has clarified the captain's mast can feel com-
except six were dismissed and four
00fi trying aggressively to enslavethe ings; ;
world, the other trying defen- Polaris, manned aircraft play an were referred to commanding officers leadership role of naval personneleven placent in this matter; no other
Important role from the further. It supervisor should feel so. We
sively to preserve freedom and to ranging for possible disciplinaryaction. Essentially,
cannot the that the
extend it to all mankind. In sucha dominant to the merely significant. underscores the concept that per- escape reality
callous
of world There Is little ahead to indicate sonal example Is the most vital Indifference of some
setting struggle,
freedom's military forces have a that these two characteristics will Jax to Host OCU! ingredient for successful leader- supervisors to their men and their

difficult role.. We must maintainan be changed in this decade.In ship. It Implies that lipservlce, problems has contributed to having
the decade there Conference Nov.2-3 the "Do those men become Involved In more
effective deterrent to a nuclear coming will or long seen, as I say,
this be a growing realization that the not as I do" attitude is not only serious matters. Lack of gui-
exchange; costs a tre-
mendous amount of money. At principal military force most cer- The Jacksonville Chapter of the falling to get the job done but dance for our many young people,

the same time, to cope with continuing tain to survive a nuclear exchange Officer's Christian Union Is host- makes the effort a hypocritical one. lack of supervision and the firm
cold and warm war short will be the naval force at sea; ing the Southeastern Area OCU Until each person shows integrity and fair discipline which is the

of nuclear exchange, military bases ashore will be sitting ducks. Conference on November 2-3., All in his dally life, that is knowingand rightful expectation of all military -

power must be flexible and mobile. This realization will tend to em- meetings, excepting the banquet living by what is right, then personnel deficiencies for
Jt must be able to muster power phasize the importance of naval which will be held at the Cecil our efforts can not be described which all supervisors must share

quickly at, any one location or forces as command and control Field Officers Club, at 4:30 p.m., as successful. The Shakesperian sbme guilt. Let there be renewed -

simultaneously at several scenes centers, as the Indestructible part Saturday evening, November 2, widsom, "To thine own self be and ever-increasing
the enemy selects. It must be ableto of the nuclear deterrent, and as will be held In the All Saints true." might well be the guiding effort to go beyond what we may

sustain this indefinitely the means by which we can regroup Protestant Chapel. motto for every Navy man and think to be personal limitationsin
power
even though the logistics cost be our forces when the blitzIs Guest speaker for the confer- woman.A providing the kind of leader-
enormous., over and we are faced with ence will be Lieutenant General second point which the General ship that rests firmly on good

the job of deciding who then wins William K. Harrison, Jr., U.S. Order emphasizes is that personsin example in our professional and

Pd.striuus. the war. Naval aircraft will be an Army (Retired). General Harrison authority, whether officer or personal lives, and active concern

invaluable part of these surviving was a strong support to the enlisted, have an over riding responsibility for our men.
11..r. Of forces.In organization while on active duty to give personal Take time to read the revised

DiscourtesyMotorists addition, the skyrocketingcosts and since retirement, has servedas attention to and supervise their General Order 21 published May

military forces will dictate Its President. subordinates. How is it possible 13, 1963.
aren't the only ones that Increased emphasis be placedon The Conference theme Is"Commission for the busy division officer, pla- (reprinted from the NAS CI&E

who violate elementary rules of those forces which are most and Promotion" and deals gued by an array of primary and Leadership Bulletin)
courtesy. Since pedestrians also economical because they are ver- with the relationship between the collateral duties, to devote
use the roadways, they should be satile. The economical forces will Christian's responsibility as an attention to his men and their
Included in discussions concerning be forces which can contribute to officer and as God's appointed problems? A good leader----Is a man of

impudent discourtesy on the high- the deterrent, which can survivethe servant. How Is It possible for the chief action. He will demand from

ways. first blitz in order to con- Those Interested In attendingare petty officer of a division to supervise himself more readily than from
The casual way many pedes- trubute to the counter-blitz and requested to contact one of work performance, others---"is a man of Ideas.
trians take their lives In their which can also serve with the following: Lieutenant James productivity and ensure He plans and devises. He has

own hands and cross streets in distinction In the various forms of f E. Vought, Phone 771-7370; En- know his men well efficiency enough ,to yet be his head In the clouds and his

mid-block is a neverendingsource limited war. Certainly the Import sign Brian Eakin, Senior [BOQ able to encourage the downhearted feet on the ground----Is a man
of amazement. Here, the ance of naval air forces will loom NAS, Jacksonville; or Commander rebuke the deserving assist the, of persistence. He sticks to the

.," method varies with the sexes. large in any such assessment. Robert W. Radcllffe. Chap- troubled. To say that It Is time job 'till It's done. He knows the
Men seem to dare the oncoming The members of the Free World lin, NAS Jax, at Ext. 425. and value of staying power.--Elmer

ttiotoyI ts'fo run tflem' dowriVTrile 'Confederation wilt be dependent"..- -, .. ... .. ... consuming-,...-.-... ....-far from.easy. Is Vorlsek.p., _Harmnnlrpr.;-.________...' 9-10-63_. .H __.. _.
women Just dan across, often without more than ever on the seas and

even glancing about, relying on upon surface shipping for economic
chivalry, I guess, to keep them prosperity in peace and for mutual

safe, What. these women forget security In war during the years
is?that chlvarly .".; Is"almost'' to-come/Control of the sea wilt r,

completely dead and that a great remain dependent on controlling its
many of today's drivers are surface as well as its depths and

women, not men. the skies above it. Control of the f
The biggest pest of all, the one sea after a nuclear exchange will
whose discourtesy Is the most be particularly Important; manned

frequent and the most aggravating, aircraft will play a major role
is the guy who toots his horn In exerting such control. Our mil-
the Instant the traffic light changes. itary capability for exerting con- ,,4

Discourtesy will probably trol at sea must Include sea- II

always be with us to some ex- based weapons systems, Including J
tent. However, It can be diminished aircraft, not only to protect our LAYMAN SUNDAY-.The guest speakers at the NAS All
if takes his Lloyd SN NATTU. r Saints Chapel last Sunday were: (L to RJI )
everyone normally own shipping, but also to defendour ; Capt. Charles i G. Strum
_ friendly attitudes with him own coast and friendly shoreson Si ComNabSix area Shore Patrol Officer NA TTU CO; Lt Cdr. Shelly W. Ard, Com

when he enter his car, or when both sides of the oceans, and ; Ervin F. Hodge, HAS Comptroller ; Capt. David Henderson, DC, NAS Prosthetic Of-
he is about to step off the curb.A to allow us to project our mil- Readiness, ComFairJax.ComNabSix and ; Copt. Harry C. Grothlo, Assistant Chief of Staff
little courtesy can save a life. itary power to other continents. PH2)) ; Ens. Brian S. Aikens, VA-25. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner .






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OCTOBER 24, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3


Navy Skyrukler.Joins AF Ranks O,.. NIghtly S f....t.12 MkWllght .a
; Sunday IX N.. t. MW.,1tt, NOW OPEN


Pilots, Commando 'Techs Train Here CHANNEL CATFISH

STEAKS

A single engine, WWII vintage CHICKENS
Navy attack aircrafthas been found
'
worthy by the Air Force to join SHRIMP

the ranks of that Service's super- 4_ FRENCH FRIED
sonic air
arm.
Not long ago the Air Force purchased 1TCHE$5 ONION RINGS

60 AlE, (AD-5)) Skyraider TAKE-OUT SERVICE
3431 BUNDING UYD
aircraft which are expected to JACXSONVHiC: :01'IMI P''". ]]1.SSf1
join the First Commando Air Wing
operating out of Hurlbert Air Force
Base, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.,
"" a r M li -' V fliP H
an auxiliary field of Eglin AFB.
With the exception of a small
ROOSEVELT
number of exchange pilots the Air MALL
Force had no one who was familiar
I
with the Skyralder. $0, nine pilots I

, were recently sent on temporary CARWASH H
orders to the Jax Naval Air Main-
tenance Training Group Detach-
ment where they underwent a HOURS
thorough familiarization course on
the AlE version which Is capableof MONDAY thru SATURDAY SUNDAY
carrying up to six persons
I Including the pilot. 9.00 A.M. 6.30 P.M. 9.00 A.M.1.30 P.M.,
I While these pilots received up{
to date Information on flying the t
. time-tested propeller aircraft, Every WEDNESDAYIs
, nine highly skilled Air Force instructor -
technicians ranging from
staff sergeants to chief master
DOLLAR DAY I Iv
sergeant were also attending
school within NAMTG. Togetherwith their specialties they are:
CMSgt D.C. Smith, general malnt.;
TSgt A.B. Taggart,general maint.; ...20mm Training With VA-45...

TSgt C.H. Taylor, aviation mech.; ADJC; W.A. McAfee, AEC; C.W. Squadron Fortyfive.In .
TSgt. C.E. Chamterlln, aviation Moore, AMH1 and J.D. Vickers, all, the commando Instructors
electrician; SSgt Roy Smith,armament AOLIn underwent training here from
two
; SSgt R.E. Robinson, auto addition to classroom Instruction to three weeks with the last of
pilot tech.; SSgt. E.F Hetzler, three ofthe commandos
the trainees due to leave tomor-
hydraulics tech.; SSgt L.F Dun- branched out to on the job training m s.
lap, aircraft instrument tech. and row. They will now reassume their i
; ; for an added week. Sergeants
SSgt B.G. Fowler, propeller tech. Robinson and Chamterlln are attending Instructor roles at Hurlbert AFB j jWIfJERIZE

Five instructors of the NAMTG Auto Pilot Training atNAT'I1J and train other Afr Force
1060 AlE School directed the Air
Jax and are expected to commando technicians and ground
Force commandos through the finish tomorrow while Smith
SSgt support personnel In the operation,
courses power,plant, electrical completed his furthered armament maintenance and up keep of the
system, hydraulic system and studies yesterday with Attack versltal Navy Skyralder. YOUR CAR = =y
, armament. They are M.A. Bates, I
AOC (leading CPO); W.F. Pruitt. New Navy Secretary NOWIPRESTONE!
1/
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SPECIALTuesday SecNav Korth Resigns BRAND ANTIFREEZE

/ ; Does Not Boil Away

1 Will Not Foam

and Thursday Paul H. Nitze AppointedWashington and Prevents Corrosion Clogging! S. 77

FAMILY NIGHT "Prestone" Anti-Freeze combines

Buttermilk, Buckwheat and Corn (AFPS) --Paul' Henry Nitze has been appointed the the b e s t non-boil-away freezing GAUDNprotection
Secretary of the Navy by President Kennedy.Mr. with additional special
PANCAKES FREEOf Nitze (pronounced "Nitzey"), who has been Assistant Secretary safeguards against corrosion, rust
of Defense for International Security Affairs since 1961, will assume formation, rust loosening, rubber SAVE!
Charge to Children Under his new position Nov. 1. succeeding Fred Korth who resigned decay and anti-freeze foaming.
12 When Dining with Parents As Assistant Defense Secretary,- fairs.

Beverages Extra Mr. Nitze has served In an advisory Succeeding Mr. Nitze in his Security UicO r Lay-A- .. .. 442 Roo cvel 1t
WednesdayCHICKEN capacity In the Republicof Affairs position will be Way Plan. No G. C. M. urpy.C Boulevard
Vietnam's struggle against the William P. Bundy, who has been Ex.trCl Chorg Roosevelt Mod!
NIGHTALL Communist Viet Cong, India's war his deputy assistant.
with Communist China, the Berlin
YOU t00 Crisis and In the strengtheningof N

CAN EAT I the North Atlantic Treaty Organization -
(NATO).
Friday President Kennedy praised the
outgoing secretary for his "real f
FISH NIGHTALL contribution to the advancementof
United States national
security
,YOU QW interests."

CAN EAT T7V The President said, In part, of
Mr. Korth, "The nation is In your i to
the Friendly Folks at
Prices Good From 4 P.M. to 9 P.M. debt for your many years of public

BRING YOUR FRIENDS! service, including this last periodof t t ,
almost two years when you have
.
HENNY PENNY worked so devotedly to strengthen
the United States Navy." 1234 KING STREET

ORIGINAL PANCAKE I Appointed to the top Navy job near Park Street
Jan. 3, 1962, Secretary Korth had, kst4
ANDCHICKEN 10 years previously, served one 384-7541
HOUSERoosevelt year as Assistant Secretary of the III........'
Army.Mr.. 0".h
Mall Korth said he was resign-
ing to return to private business .,
PHONE 388-4243 I and attend to pressing private af-



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I f Raw TLn Promotion Of SgtMai 'BrawnerHihIiaht '. '



Locations To Serve You:
Of Barracks Inspection
5444 Normandy/ BoulevorcEV/ / 9.0388CH
2609 Mayport Rood : 6-4825
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BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ The Naval Air Station Marine

On Tires Baffer/es/ Shocfcs Brokei PARMANRet Barracks Personnel Inspection,
Front End Engine promotions and presentation of

ANWil IK f HI awards. All presentations were
made by the Barracks Commanding

NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY Officer, Captain George Wickman.
Topping the promotions was that
of First Sergeant H. H, Brawnerto
the rank of
Sergeant Major.
Where to turn for money? This position Is not easily atta-
ined In the Marine Corps. Out
i of the Corps estimated 190,000
members only 375 are Sergeant
Majors. Sergeant Brawner en-
listed In the Marine Corps In July
194L He has served aboard the
carrier USS Saratoga and in China
and during the Korean Conflicthe
received two Purple Hearts for
wounds. Brawner Is also the
holder of the expert rifle and pistol

GOOD CONDUCT Captain George Wklcman, Commanding Offi- medals.
cer of the HAS Marine Barracks pins Good Conduct Medal on L Others promoted were Lance
Cpl C. W. Edwards for his exemplary conduct, efficiency and fi Corporals K. Council, NB. Sull-
ivan, J.E Brooks, G.H Carroll
delity to his work, while newly promoted Sergeant Major H. H. and L.J. Conklin and CorporalJ.
Browner looks on. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) L. Forbes.

Lance Corporal CH Hampton

2 MAD Drill InstructorsGiven received the MarksmanshtpAward
,f/1
for High Shooter of the year and
Lance Corporal C.W. Edwards was
Meritorious Masts presented with his first Good Con-
duct Award.
By GySgt Wes Ward

Two Marine Aviation Detach- Officer of the Detachment this
ment sergeants were given week for their work with the Navy-
Meritorious Masts by Lieutenant Reserve Units during their annual
More servicemen go to HFC Colonel JohnUrell Commanding training aboard the station.
Sergeants Robert H. Bergeronand
Need money for a good purpose? See an HFC VP134"raps Thomas E. Hamic were cited
military loan specialist. He knows how to meet for their work as drill instructorsand 6 *a 1

your exact money needs. Up given letters of appreciationby
the Colonel after he received 71.
Gd. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS letters praising the sergeants for at
T.u a.l Troinir rtY.
_- I 24 IS IZ 6 l9 their assistance from the Naval
f'4tml pormts piltml Pi"rats officers.
Ask about Credit $100 S 5.93 7.2J! $10.07 $18.48 The Reserve officers and men The two Marines volunteered for f )
Life Insurance 200 11.86 1.t.59 20.14 36.97u. of Patrol Squadron 834 have returned the
assignment and spent six I weeks
300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 to their home base, NAS the
on loans 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 Instructing Navy recruits in
New York after two weeks of
the basic
fundamentals
600 34.39 of military
42.66 59.35 109.00
at rates
here with Patrol
group training Squadron -
such
drill
training as ,weapons and
Charges: are computed at 3% on that fait oftCktJultJ 7, unit of Fleet Air Wing
monthly balances not exceeding$300 military courtesy. Both of the ser /
and i% on any ttmamJrr. Eleven. geants are troop handlers with theI ; &:.
The Weekend Warriors Vhlle School units In the Detachment. I ae 1 e
HOUSEHOLD 'NANC' here underwent an operational Both are former Marine drill instructors I 4Y f
readiness Inspection administeredby
and
Bergeron Is an Infantry -
VP7.Patrol. unit leader
by speciality."You .
Seven also provided observers have demonstrated exceptional -

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 and Instructors when ability and understandingof I ,:, J
needed by the visiting squadron on such LCpl Hampton
assignments, Col. Urell
Cedar Hills Shopping Center their training flights. The latestIn told them, "and It Is such actions ..Years High Shooter...
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 anti-submarine detection gear and Iniative that has been and will and
to the Marine
prestige Corps
was the
visitors
employed by as
3050 continue to be a source of pride and "
Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 well as the latest surveillance pro to this unit.

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BarbecueJUST BLVD MERITORIOUS MAST FOR SERGEANTS-LtCol. John Urell (left)
presents Sgt. Robert with a letter during a Meritorious
Mast ,in the Colonel's office
as Sgt. Thomas Hamic (center) awaits -
his letter. The sergeants were cited for their work with
NORTH OF NAS MAIN GATE the Navy Reserve during the summer here (USMC Photo by Gy-
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FAETU Selects King, IN MARTD Driver the ONE place to
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Sailor of the MonthKenneth (Continued From Page 1)) call for

the Air Command and Staff School
J. King, SN was recently Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery -
selected as Sailor of the Ala.Included money
Month at the Fleet Airborne Elec- in LtCoL Dochterman's
tronics Training Unit DetachmentTwo.
decorations and medals are: three
.
Distinguished Flying crosses,nine
He was honored for his ini Air Meals,the Navy Commendation Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea

dative, and desire for self improvement Medal with Combat"V", two Pre- son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get

He was also cited by sidential Unit Citations,three Navy Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
his shipmates for his excellent Unit Citationsand the Korean Pres- Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office --any

uniforms and congenial per- idential Unit Citation. where! Beneficial 1 likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
sonality. LtCol. Dochtermanls marriedto
King reported to FAETU in Octo- the former Miss Nancy Gar- BENEFICIALFINANCE
ber 1962 after a tour aboard
of
Lihue
linghouse Kauai, Hawaii.
the destroyer USS Hyman. He ,
They and' their three children SYSTEM
has been in the Navy since 1955. Mary, 17, Margaret, 13 and
Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Not
Kristin 4, reside in Quarters at
Petite ; i}I NAS Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of JacksorMWe
Ballet Co. ,' .! 311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel ,. gln 3-4473 "
5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in..tv 4-4595
Plans AuditionsThe Science is resourceful. It 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L Forest Shopping Ctr.). PO 5.2623
1 couldn't pry open the Pullman win ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
Petite Ballet Company will dows, so it air-conditioned the Town & Country Shopping Center. .'. . . .RA 4.7910
hold auditions at the Park
Orange K. J. train.---Jim Kelly SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
Lions Club October 26 at 10:30 King 3436- Beach Blvd.. South Gate Plaza, . .-.EX 8.1515BLAST
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All ballet students are eligblefor

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1 VP-5 EM Wives Meeting Navy Wives

I JOWC Sponsors 'NightIn
The last meeting of the Patrol and A. Blackman, A02' of. the Jacksonville Navy Wives Club
Squadron Enlisted Wives Club Career Information Center. I
5
#!86 met last Wednesday eveningat
was held Wednesday morning,Oct- Mrs. Albert Friedman, chair- their clubhouse on Enterprise
ober 16 at the CPO Club. Hon- man of the Club was presented' New Orleans' Nov. 23 Avenue.

ored guests were the officers' with a gift. The delegates that attended the
wives of the squadron.A The officers and men of VP-5 25th Annual National Convention
question and discussion per- are scheduled to return next month
held In Great Lakes
iod on Navy dependents benefitswas from a five month deploymentat "A Night In New Orleans", set go to charity. recently gave
details their the
and social
and
Further Information reports on
for the of November 23
evening
conducted R. YNC Sigonella Sicily.VANDERBILT
by
Selbey,
has turned all of the officers' regarding tickets can be obtainedby business sessions of the Conven-

wives Into "busy bees". The contacting the ticket chairmenMrs. tion. Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett was
Night, sponsored by the Jackson- E.M. Smith and Mrs. Q.R. appointed to the Revisions

ville Officers' Wives Club, will Whitmore. Committee on By-laws. Mrs.Wll-
TIRES be held at the NAS '0' Club. 44 bert Wagner worked on the
G
The decorations, under the. direction JOWC Ceramics Regional Meetings procedureswhile
of Mrs. C.B. Newton, are the National Convention was
being made and painted to trans- Twenty-five wives gathered at In session. Mrs. Bert Smith
3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOUNOMONEYDOWN form the Officers Club Into New the Hobby Shop on Monday even- and Mrs. Thomas Lusby were-

Orleans. Dr. JJ. Cavanagh has Ing for the first meeting of the welcomed Into the organization'and
ceramics group of the Jacksonville Mrs. Charles Ashford and
offered his talents to direct the
entertainment for the evening. Officers' Wives Club. Mrs. Norma Meier were intro-
The class under the chairman-
duced as guests.
Mrs. S.L. Corner has been work-
$117 Ing with the Officers Club to offera ship of Mrs. A.J. Kerling, Is Members of Navy Wives Garden
AS LOW AS PER WEEK wonderful dinner at Antoines. scheduled to run through Decem Circle meet on Wednesday October

( \\\\V\ This Is all under the direction! of ber. A course will start soon 23 at 9:30 a.m. In the meetingroom
In furniture refinishing. of the Lakeshore Florida
Mrs. J.C. Stopack, chairman for
c l 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE the affair. These are just two of the many National Bank to discuss matters

SIZE 1 11@r 2 for far Tickets are now on sale at wives activities under the spon- pertaining to the formation of this
1 for 983 E40t1iITOilS in 11(1( 35.32 sorship of the JOWC. circle.A .
til in tits 35.32 $2.50, which. Includes dinner,
71C.15 11.13 22.65 U.32or entertainment, door prize, games Any officer's.wife Interested In bake sale will be held aboard
1
2 1866 760115 13.13 2C621CS! 51.32 and dancing. All the proceeds joining either of these groups may the station on Friday, October
4512
750114 1231
Mrs. at EV-7-
BOCI14 1111 2166 55.32 from this unforgetable night will contact Kerling 25th. Booths will be set up at
4 for 3532 I50." IIII 32.CS 63.32 -- 3214. various places and these will be

1 a BCOill fjgjij 11.13 1011| 2066 HES 35.31640n15610x15600n16 4112ADO inc attended by members of the club.
Tuirrrn NYLON IUCKWAU. 2.M ON ii"rutiitu mil Carroll's sport Mrs. Helen Owenby Is Chairmanof
All Tire PIn Tax & Exehongt-No $3.00 Add-On if Old Tr! Not CappabU this project assisted by Mrs.

.,. _\ HUNTING.FISHING.FOOTBALLBASKETBALL. Thomas J. Bennett, as Cochairman. -

1 I B ROTATION I BASEBALL GOLF .
FREE MOUNTING On October,a Halloween party
Arf/utt d mk f< I
TUBE-REP IR/ ROD AND REEL REPAIRING will be on the agenda for mem-
I .if\\( =r St. Croix fishing tackel*shrimp nets bers, their husbands and guests.
-' KroyJon, Spalding & Wilson Golf [:quip. Costumes are optional and we
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17tli& MAIN ( ..dr. HilliShopping '.,.%oas ? WILSON FAMOUS PLAYER SETS hope turnout
EL 4.9051 .CtnMr) "Acreii ham PljttPonliit" WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT for this first social of the Fall
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,. TM 9 P.M. Opt Wtdniidiy 9'.M. : .? PLAN
1.4. ERNIE CRIBS, 111- The next business meeting will
Mp. CARROLL CRIBS Mr. rJ; [
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CPO Club Acey Die, Bluejackets Inn Success is having a baked potato If it is true that money talks,
come out of the oven just right. Then I would be most gracious,
Notes CI&bThursday Doin's Not raw and not overdone.- If some of It would come my way I
Barbara Streisand, Life, 92063. And make Itself loquacious I

October 24 Thursday, October 24 -
Thursday, October 24
The Red Coats 8:00 p.m. 1U30 Dance contest and dance with Phil GET AMISSILE
Open p.rn. Cay and Chantels 8:00 p.m. .

Friday, October 25 Friday, October 25 12:00: Friday a.m. October 25 AGE DEAL!

Johnny Arnold Tom Hill 8:30: p.m. 12:30 a.m. March Wilson and the Red Coats

Saturday, October 26 Saturday, October 26 9:00 p.m.1:00 a.m.
NEW CARS
Bud Clark Do Re Mi 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m. Saturday, October 26

Sunday, October 27 Sunday, October 27 Carl p.m.1:00 Boyd and a.m.Rhythm Kings 9:00 S.Lowest Highest Prices Trade-in Allowance

Cappies Combo Game Night Phil Cay and Chan Sunday October 27 :;; .Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment In TownJ

Monday, October 28 tels Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8:00 J
Pizza Night Monday, October 28 p.m.12:00 a.m.Monday USED CARS
Band October 28
Tuesday, October 29 Auditioning IMI Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
Open Tuesday, October 29 Dining and Dancing ';), liii 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
Game Night Tuesday, October 29 O Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn
Wednesday, October 30
Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00: p.m. Every Car Sold15HOPIHTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT
October
Country and Western Night Country Wednesday, 30 Wednesday, October 30
Drifters Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00: p.m.LuwvCVo Game Night 8:00: p.m. MISSILE@J

Woman to bridge club members:
The diner complained to the "I have the most marvelous recipefor GORDON THOMPSON
waiter about the pastry being stale. goulash--all I have to do is
"Look heref' retorted the mention It to husband and he '
my
"Jacksonville's .m Center"
waiter "Our pastry chef was Op en; 1kaMi says, "Let's eat out.-- _
making excellent pastry before Cambridge (England) Daily News
you were born I"
"I agree," replied the diner. The Lutheran Service Center,
"But why wait all these years to 19 West Frosyth Street will holda
sell it?"----Howard Cramer "Know Your Lutheran Service
Center Better" open house on Sun-
day, October 27 from 3:00 p.m.

AT LAST! until Special 6:00 guests p.m. at the open house
will be Art Schtll Folk Singerof
1 St. Augustine and H. T, Pill-
WVINGHOOM OUTFITINCLUDED
1p more, a professional square dance

((1 caller.There will be light refreshments
INTERNATIONALFOODS served, and local amateur talent
will be presented at Intervals
throughout the afternoon.
Jacksonville now has a
complete gourmet shop The Center is made possible
specializing In the finest though the sponsorship of the
fancy and imported foods Lutheran Service Commission and I Liffit r 1
sponsored by the local Lutheran
Churchs. It is open seven daysa
Ut MIL week, offering servicemen a
good, clean, Christian place to
bttoiac(? OJUmtttL spend some of their off-duty hoursat
no cost to them.
3566 ST. JOHNS AVE. The Center is directed by Miss
Ray Ross.KELLY .


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YUKON DINER mockup of an automobile's Instrument -
panel The Trainer is
operated in connection with movies
Just outside Main Gate2nd Door from Yukon Post Office which depict actual driving situations -
YOU CAN FIND Ads should/ be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive/ ,
HAMBURGERS
BEST
Jacksonville, Florida/ to arrive not later than Tuesday for publl-
If interested in attending the :at Ion/ the following/ Thursday. Ads arriving too late (or this deadline
OPEN 10:00 TO 01:00: course, call the Security Depart- will be published the following week unless/ the publisher I.Instrucf.rJ .
otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
SANDWICHES DANCING NITELY ment at Ext. 600 or 393. the ad must be reat Ived WITH the copy for the ad. (,
DO NOT SEND CASH I

COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
PHONE 387-9351 "
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thursday, October 24 HOUSE FOR RENT unfurn. 2725 FOR SALE Home in Ortega
Tiii------------------ I Algonquin Av. in Ortega 2 BR, Manor. Convenient to NAS. 4 BRM
I I Happy Hour 3:30 pm. 6:00 p.m. kitchen equipped, fenced back yd, & 2 bathes. FHA financed $450
space heater, laundry connections, down. 4738 Sussey Avenue. Call
f I Friday, October 25 clean. $75. Available Nov. 1. Call Evergreen 84729.
I Do Your Winter Bowling At
I Charlie Jay's Band 8:00: p.m. FL 9-4168 or EV 98901.

......& &... 12:00 a.m. ATTENTION NAVYI I For the best REAL ESTATE SALES&SERVICE

I Saturday, October 26 deal in used appliances see Hart's Buying? Selling? Sincere Counsel-
1838 Cassat Avenue PHONE EV 4.4556 Used Appliances. 4781 Lenox Av. Ing without obligation, 35 years of
Cappies Combo 8:30 jun-12:30a.m. Stove, ref, wash machine for courteous service to satisfied
I 24 Newly modernized lanes O Fully air-conditioned $97.10. All appliances guaranteedfor clients. Also your "Broker for
I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities Sunday, October 27 90 days Hart, CPO, USN Ret. VA-FHA acquired properties.
Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work I Dinner 6:00: p.m. 9:00 p.m. Call 388-6221. $100.00 down. Call us any time.

BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE t Monday, Oct. 1 1I 1I Nights call, JOHN LEE, SP 1-2276
I FOR SALE Ortega Hills, lovely or RICHARD D. BARKER,
I
FREE GAME I Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. 6:00: p.m. 3 BR, 2 B, Ig kit, sep DR, Fla. REALTOR, 2724 Park Street

I I Tuesday, October 2 room, patio, fenced yd, garage, EV 82691.
I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. new paint. 7420 Hennessy Rd.
ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. I I Featuring dishes of Mexico 6:00 Available now I 3885604. FOR SALE Ortega Hills 7413
I I I p.m.9:00 p.m.Wednesday. Greenway Dr. S. 3 BR, 2 B,
IMPORTANT TO SERVICEMEN CB, Oak Floors. EV 9-7070.
I October 3 German Shepherd Dog owners
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00: p.m. only. Call 2649625. FOR RENT Furn. 3 BR home.
Will sublet for four months. Dec.
FAIRFAX MANOR 4163 Shirley Jan. Feb. Mar. SP 1-1506.
St. 3 BR, shingle bung. AC, WW
carpet, LR & DR, sep gar& car-
port. $14,000. Owner EV 85545.
FOR SALE '63 Honda 305. $195
tHy FOR SALE '60 Lark Wagon cash, assume payments. Ext.
\ t 4 dr. AT heater, A-l cond. 8262.
$795. Phone SP 13286.

FURN APT. Lake Shore -small, FOR SALE 1957 Pontiac Chief-
clean, all utilities furn, conv. to tain 4 door, V-8 with straight
N.A.S. EV 94275. shift. In very good shape. $500.00.
Smith, PNCS, Ext. 240.
FURN UPPER APT Incl.
utilities $100. Mature adults only FOR SALE or RENT with optionto
HALF FARE Ortega. EV 89886. buy 3 BR, CB house like
new fully fenced In meadow-
A.K.C. Miniature Dachshund puppy brook. Low mo. payments $52.
3 .1/2 mo old. Black, red mark- $100 down takes over $1200
ings. See 5624 Firestone Rd. FHA equity. No qualifying. Call
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MoviesM.ovies A snob Is a man who always Seems funny that a man who
makes j pint of leaving a theater Is too scared to go to a dentist
last so::waVpeople outside will will still race a diesel locomotive
will be shown regularlyat think he' has been sitting In the to a crossing.----Indiana Bell
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- front row.-----Winner London. News hm, Indiana Bell Telephone
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Co.
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Saturday; -- _
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Hospital Advise and Consent ,
I CHOPS SEAFOODAll
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NATTUnlt Born To Speed and Compton NAS CO, by A/lc Bob Etheridge, USAF, and Ted Serf i -
Devil On Wheels gent, PR1 of the Jax Navy Sport Parachute Club. The special JU I r
Hospital Come Blow Your Horn trophy bears a gold baton which these two men together with fellow -

Saturday, October 26 skydiver Rick Marini passed twice during a 12500ft. free
fall before 90,000 spectators who helped to celebrate the Stat
Mainside Savage Sam tion's 23rd Anniversary October 13. This was the club's first NEW CAR ?
NATTUnlt King Kong Godzilla local Open House appearance since being founded in March 1962.

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,Hospital King Kong vs Godzilla The Bowl will house the
Saturday November 2 has been only FEDERAL CREDIT
Monday, October 28 designated Armed Forces Day by livestock show.
the Greater Jacksonville Agricul- The commerical exhibits will
Mainside Drums of Africa UNION
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PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS


IT EASY SIS"..-Demonstrating Ladies Judo '.:"'i!::! :;;;:,){:Df:71;;:::::;:::: if'R':: ;: ."..!.:.:..ji!.: !.: ::::::::: :;:::: ::::::: ::'::"":'::::::',.: : ,',::', ..:';: ::::::::;::::":;'


throws sister ,Shelly Celia one'of Haverty Haverty' the many flips to Judo the her Looks To Be (t&S: i WS 1; :::;E'Tp. O' R' I S


mat, as some of the other stu (;)' : AJ.!\ ; >''k;
dents look on. Anyone Inter. Trim SportAny
ested in learning the art of Ju .
do is encouraged to attend one ,Sr t young ladles Interested in terser Leads MARTD To
of the weekly Saturday meet. :' Judo? AU that's necessary is
ings or contact D.L. Stewartl.. a desire to learn, the will to con-
Photo ; .. ),' tJ II one's self and a certain 18-12 Win Over BarracksIn
Ext. 8544. (Navy by .,. .. ..\ .' dition
effort. A
Ron Gardner, PH2)) amount of extra good
'ck' way of protecting one's self. Judo one of three make up games, and R. McMullen was credited
0 0I also provides the young lady with held last week the two Marine with a safety, for the remainingtwo
._ the conditioning necessary for the teams clashed in battle, with points. Credited with the O&R
\\\ r 1a
\\ : tfi seemingly all important trim MARTD winning over the Marine TD was T. Brown.In .
figure. Bks., 1812. R.D. Stetser had a the final game fo the week
Saturday, October 19th, the field day as he scored all threeof Air Force 679th outlasted MARTD
Ladies Judo Club met in Bldg. the MARTD TDs. Scoring the 13-12. The TDs of 679th were
ffIldMNl" 726 topside, at 12:00 noon. Under TDs for the Marine Bks. were scored by D.,Theriault,D.L.Baileyand
...c.:7; the leadership of DL. Stewart T.B. Taylor and T.W. Lawson. R. Davidsonwiththepoint after
(Judo Club President) and Willie The second make up game touchdown. R.D. Stetser won the
;lrr. Jones (Florida State Judo featured A/C Malnt. and FAETU. honors for MARTD, by scoring the
I Champion), thirteen inspired young A/C.Malnt. was the victor by the two TDs.
/l..1:
DICK j ladies went through the required score of 120. Carrying the A/C
conditioning exercises and then Malnt. TDs across the goal line IM
14fi5T1 started learning the basic falls were T.E. Huyge and D.E. Pat-
I and positions of the art. terson.In .
Any young women (military or the third game It was VP-30 FootballSchedule

159i PARK ST. PHONE 35H! L} '\\\\I\\ cipating dependent in) this interested thrilling in and parti-exciting VP-30 over NARTU was W., Thomas.6-0. Scoring for

sport (regardless of age), Monday, October 14, A/CMatnt.
should contact ./ Stewart, ext. rolled over VP-7 180. Scoringfor
8544, or attend one of the weekly A/C Malnt. was H.B. West American LeagueAll
meetings topside of Bldg. 726. with one TD and J.W. Cron scor- games 4:00 p.m.Monday .
ing the other two TDs. On the
October 28
IM Golf ResultsIn adjoining field Communicationshad Stadium
Hospital vs NARTU
very little trouble downing
play last week it was Hospital O&R, 36-0. J. Syckson and D.]. Field
"A" over Admin. 6-3, and Thompson scored two TDs apiece FAETU vs VAP-62 Parade
FAETU over FAW-11 5 1/2 to 3 and F. Strickland and E. Krnavekone Grounds
1/2. While the latter part of the apiece. Tuesday, October 29
71er e week it was NARTU over VP-30 Hospital overpowered V VAP-62 MARTD vs VA-45 Stadium

"B" 7-2. Hospital "B" over VAP- 12-0, on Wednesday, October 16, Field
JacksonvilleBBIIURHT 62 6 1/2 to 2 1/2, and Air Force while VP-30 squeaked past VP-7, VA-15 vs 679th ParadeGrounds
679th over VA-45, 5 1/2 to 3 1/2. 76. Scoring for Hospital was J, Wednesday, October 30
iII
/.S DIAMOND Monday, October 28 Sappand F. Strickland. For VP-30 A/C Maintenance vs FAETU
it was W.L Hutchinson scoringthe Stadium Field
Front nine FAETU vs Marines
1I ENGAGEMENT SETSEwa' TD and W.A. Thomas with the NARTU vs VP-301, Parade
II 230
; p.m. P.A.T. (Point after touchdown), Grounds
Front nine FAW-U vs VP-30
while E.D. Rose of VP-7 carried Thursday, October 31
"A" 3:00
fog t p.m.
It's lone TD.Thursday.
Back nine Hospital "A" vs VA-45 vs Marines Parade
October 17, it was
No Charges. A/C Maintenance 3:00 p.m.ThursdayOctober Grounds
No Interest. Carrying
Down
Nothing Marine Bks. over O&R, 8-6. T.W.
Small Payment Each Paydayat 31 Lawson scored the Marine TD Communications vs VA-15
Front nine VP-7 vs VA-45 Stadium Field

JIM WARNER JEWLER'S INC. 2:30 p.m. VP-18 Gridmen to.
"Nationwide" Back nine NARTU vs 679th

24 WEST FORSYTIIIU 2:30 p.m. The LadderIn
Front nine Com F al r Jax vs Up
,11 VAP-62 3:00 p.m.
Back nine VA-30 "B" vs Hos- Rota LeagueThe
pital 3:00 p.m. w
"Flying Phantoms" of
Now at the Patrol Squadron Eighteen, com-
manded by Commander V.F.
Anderson have swept past three

Wli Mwcofti 6-oMeit Cui Naval straight Station football Football foes in Intramural the Rota

League. The Phantoms,brilliantly

POCKET BILLIARD TOURNAMENTA tutored Lieutenant by(jg former) J.R. Texas Weems,Aggie have WESTSIDE:

been the underdog In each game.

Field of 24 Players in Each Class The tating wide Phantoms double-wing open formation combined formation'a devas.to witha out- g)


CLASS A 16 years to 25 score their first three foes by SERVING
yearsCOUPON __ lopsided margins.The SOUTHWEST
CLASS B 26 years and up. I defensive specialists, the iJ' COUNTY

GAME 100 POINTS 14.1 :( This Coupon Entitles 1 "Spanish brilliantly Bandltoes limiting the" have oppositionto played COMPlETE WITH

Straight Packet Billiards All Games Will Be Handicap Games 1 five touchdowns compared to CONVENIENT
: MODERN
ENTRY FEE $3.00 : Bearer To 1 the Phantoms eleven touchdowns COMMERCIAL

GAME PRICE 931 per Cue per Game I sently The In Flying a three-way Phantoms first are placetie pre- /) SERVICES BANkiNG fHOU.

] in the Intramural league, by
FIRST PRIZE MO00 I /2 HOUR session of _...,".... ,
virtue their 3-0 record. ,..,.,&.,.-...,10. ........1-40 rr
0. ': orr
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The Phantoms have earned a :JO... .Ir.All 0.....
SECOND PRIZE S25 : FREE reputation In the league as a hard 1
hitting clean football team, one .
L___of_ _charge._ _ __ that their coach predicts will win -'
MANY OTHER PRIZES!! the league. l

Tournament will be Played Mon. thru Thur. Each Week "Flash" Breaker, YN3,has per-
sonally accounted for four of the
7:30 P.M. 9:30 P.M. BEGINNING OCTOBER 28th Phantoms touchdowns. His last IouLrnio I- 771-6161
! touchdown was a 70 yard kick-off
5116 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-2406 return In the first quarter of the

) Phantom's third game. Woods, Member of FDIC"TAKE
Ip the 103rd and Blooding Shopping Center AE3, has chucked five touchdown
passes In the first three games.


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INATTU Sports I / /
hframuraBowing
RoundupBy A guide! at. ,,the ..Air( Force cAHYi
Academy 'In Colorado Springs was
D.W. Warren J03
,
explaining to a of visitors
group
Three NATTU Shooters carriedoff ResultsMany Schedule that most of the drop-outsoccured Take your car with you?
honors recently the North within the first seven weeks. When For Financing and Insurance
Florida Police League matches at shutouts highlighted last American League asked whether the course of studywas stateside and overseas, call

NAS Glynco, Ga. week's bowling. Six out of seven Monday, October 28 too stiff, or the physical train DYER M. BURR, ,.,....enflttg :
Firing In the Military divisionover games In the American League 3:00 p.m. Alley's 3&4 ComFair- ing too tough, he answered thatIt '
the PPC Course,L.F.Cannup showed this, and 13 out of 23 Jax "BU vs Seabees was because Mom and Pop GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
carried off top honors In the ClassA games rolled last week by the 6:00 p.m. Alley's &2 Marlinsvs hadn't taught the young men to FINANCE CORPORATION N &
Individual pistol matches witha keglers In the three leagues. Colts obey orders, or even to get up INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

284-llx ((300 possible) score. Last week's results: 6:00 p.m. Alley's 344 Needlersvs promptly at an assigned time. INSURANCE COMPANY
In the Class AA team match for Griffins Personnel Jnl, 9-63 5631 Timuquana Road.
military, D. Williamson and J.C. American League 6:00 p.m. Alleys 5&6 Sky Warriors Ph. 771-0527
Bishop placed first In slowfirewith Colts 4, Seabees 0 #1 vs 679th

a 381-14X ((400 possible). Confidential 4, 679th 0 8:30 p.m. Alley's Hc2 Cannon
Cannup, Williamson and Bishopare Marlins 0, Cannon Cockers 4 Cockers vs. Cutters NOW BOOKING CARIBBEAfyWEST INDIES
all members of the NATTU Needlers 4, Thunderheads 0 8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Falconsvs and SOUTH AMERICA

Rifle and Pistol team,which placed ComFairJax "B" 4, Sparks 0 Thunderheads Cruises for Winter and Spring
first In rifle and second In pistolat Sky Warriors #1 4, Biggers 0 8:30 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Trainersvs SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CRUISES NOW AVAILABLE
the Annual Chief of Naval Air Falcons 3, Trainers 1 Sparks WORLD-WIDE PERSONALIZED 'SERVICE

Technical Training matches at Continental League Continental League e Anywhere e Everywhere: Anytime

Memphis last spring. ComFalrJax "A" 3 Wednesday, October 30 Independent or Conducted Tours and CruisesSNELLE1LT
The team, under the supervisionof Avlons 1
the Officer In Charge, Lt. J.S. Blackbirds 0, Cursors 4, 3:30 p.m. Alley's &2 Cursorsvs
Bouchard, Is preparing for the Spoilers 4, Sky Warriors #2 0 NARTU #1
Paymasters 3, Spartans 1 6:00 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Paymastersvs
Dixie Fall Roundup to be conducted
Molar Rollers 1, NARTU #1 3 Spoilers 218 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE EL 4-4629
and Oct.
Saturday Sunday ( 2627)at )
the Camp Blanding range. Plzzan's 3, Demons 1 6:00 pm. Alley's 3&4 Chiefs vs
ComStoreFive 3, BB Stackers 1 Mix Masters
Shooters from all over the South
are expected to attend this NRA national League 6:00 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Molar
recognized match. Rollers vs Sky Warriors #2
*, Rookies 0, Bomb Scorers 4 8:30 p.m. Alley's &2 Plzzan's vs
Only one team still boasted a Lucky 7, Cancelled Marines Avlons
perfect record after last week's Rejects 4, VU-10 0 8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 ComStore-
action In NATTU Intramural touch Bandits 1, Pro's 3 Five vs Spartans 1
football. MAD #2 leads the pack Pan Handlers 0, Electrons 4 8:30 p.m. 5&6 BB Stackers vs Why We Are !
with a '-0 record. MAD #4 Is Owl Hoots 3, Air Frames 1 Demons
2 1/2 games behind at 42. Eagles 4, Pin Pounders 0 Notional League

Action last week saw MAD #2, Play Boys 3, Valions 1 Thursday, October 31
led by the passing of QuarterbackJ.D.
Proulx defeat Support Ser- 3:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Bandits vs

vices, 36-6, and AE "Blue"defeat Hunters Should Rejects
MAD #5, 18-0. with both games 8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Rookies vs t. Fine Furniture Only, priced below all stores

played Monday, Oct. 14. Check NARTU #2 jor government personnel.
Tuesday, Oct. 15, MAD2, again RegulationsFlorida 6:00 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Pan Handlers 2. We deliver and place the furniture in your

led by passer J.D. Proulx,ran over vs VU-10 borne without added cost.
AE "Blue", 24-0 and MAD ##13 hunters are remindedto 6:00 p.m. 3&4 Lucky 7 vs
the 1963-64 Air Frames J. We sbip anywhere in the nation.
avenged an earlier loss to Support study hunting regu-
Services, 6.0.Thursday's. lations and to check their hunting 6:00 p.m. 5&6 Eagles vs Pro's 4. Cash or terms through GECC.
action saw night fields before shooting native or 8:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Play roys
football birds and animals.A vs Bomb Scorers
without the benefit of migratory game
lights, take Its place In NATTU's few minutes of study and check- 8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Valions
Intramural embarrassment vs Electrons OPEN 9 AM TO 8 PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Sports program. Since Ing can prevent
8:30'p.m. 5&6 Pin Pounders vs SATURDAY 9 AM TIL 6 PM
NATTU's schools were on an accelerated later, according to A. D. Aldrich,
schedule to make up for director, Game and Fresh Water Marines

time lost during Admin Inspection, Fish Commission.Each .
MAD #5's players were unable to season a number of hun-
shucked, or unshucked, corn,
take the field until far beyond the ters violate the wildlife regulationsand
wheat, or other grainsalt or other
normal 5 p.m. starting time, and are apprehended the Florida FURNITUREFURNITURE
feed so as to constitute a lure, w
Wildlife Officers. Some violationsare
as a result, before the Support
attraction or enticement for such
Services team had emerged as win- Intentional, while others may .
ner with a 14-0 victory, It was be victims of not being familar birds.
of Florida
so dark that spectators could see with the hunting regulations. Dove A Summary and huntingand CARPCTINO ACCESSORIES
the ball only when It was thrown hunters should be careful to see trapping rules regulationsmay
Into the air. Service'stwo that their fields meet the standard be obtained from any County
touchdowns Support established by state and federal Judge, or the Special Services 3679 St. Augustine Road Dial"359-2268
came on a pass .
Division (Bldg. 704))
In the end zone to D.D. "Chili" game agencies.
Dapra and a run through almost Aldrich said that dove and other
the entire opposing team by migratory game birds may be taken
Quarterback Dan Debban. The during the open season over
Support Services defensive unit standing crops, flooded standingcrop
also scored on a safety.A flooded harvested croplands
grain crops properly
Hollywood producer receiveda shucked on the field where grown,
story entitled "The Optimist". or grains found scattered solelyas
He called his: tafL together andsaid .the resu .of nor.Q1alagrlcu1-| ,.. .
"Gentlemen, this title must tural planting or harvesting. Ail: Salesmenll.S.N. RetiredB.e' -
be changed to something simple. Migratory game birds may not

We're intelligent, and know whatan be taken by the aid of baiting .
optimist Is but how or hunted< on or over any baited '
,
many '
o.those{ .nK>ronst4ha'll see the area. Baiting shall mean the placing '. .- .. .. ie you. ? buy any,. !OO new. .usedjfqr-: .. ...-- .,:=" .. ..(. ?".,.:.....,.. ., ...
picture wlll'fcnow "he's an eye exposing depositing,distributing _0/.j':- -
doctor."--Construction Digest or scattering of shelled,

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Volleyball To Golf Club G cmpToumey fUlL OIL

Get UnderwayNext Jax Parachutists Make Sialled

Automatic Delivery
MondayThe The NAS Golf Club will hosta Accounts Insured Free
Club Nile
First
I Jumps championship match on the week
first matches of Intramural ends of November 2, 9, 16, and Expert Heating
volleyball will begin on Monday, By Marc Whetstone, J01 1 23rd. The golfers will play the
October 28, In the mains Ide gym, 18-hole match play, nb handicap, Service
according to Frank McCaffery athletic The JAX Navy Sport ParachuteClub cending somewhere In that moon- tourney In flights of 16.
director. Four games will which unofficially broke the less sky yet he was undistinguishable All military and civilian (Male)
be played each day one at 11:00 Florida State high altitude Jump against the brightly star- members of the golf club who 'rr
a.m., another at 12:00: noon and record earlier this month and clustered background. lbwever, hold a monthly membership may
the remaining two games will be has Jumped lnto the St. Johns to enable the ground crew to follow participate. There will be prizesfor (RANKIN
played In the afternoon at 4:00 River, last Saturday performed the jumpers after they were within the winner and runnerup in
p.m. and 5:00 p.m. another first within the club. But hearing distance the descending each flight, and a parry will be
The schedule Is: this time instead of reaching for skydivers blew whistles in short held on the final match day for
heights, they were aiming for blasts and held the light beams all the participants. Entrancefee
October 28
Monday, lights. from flashlights Into their cano- is $2.00.
11:00 a.m. Public Works vsVA-15; Just as they waited for the sun pies. 389-8823
12:00 Noon Supply vs O&R to come up for the altitude Jumps .
4:00 p.m. MARTD vs Commun they were equally anxious for the
ications; sun to go down last weekend as
5:00 p.m.Dispensary vs FAETU a seven-man team executed the
club's first night parachute des-
Tuesday, October 29 cents.

11:00 a.m. NAMTG vs Dispensary These Jumps were made from San Juan
12:00 Noon VP-30 vs VA-45 altitudes of 3,500 feet and 7,500
4:00 p.m. VA-15vsVP-7 feet over a specially lighted tar- r
5:00: p.m. A/C Malnt. vs Hospital get at Whitehouse Field. LoU.OffRoosevelt "
Making up the night-jump team
October 30
Wednesday, were Rick Marini, HM3; Harry .A
11:00 a.m. NARTU vs VP-7 Wood, PR2; Ted Sergent, PR1; J
12:00 Noon VP-16 vs Hospital Larry Parmer AE3; Bob '
4:00 p.m. 679th vs VAP-62 Etheridge, A/lcShellaKavanaugh; : / .e: .y ira ,;
r 5:00 p.m. VP-30 vs Marines RM3; and Rick Valley, AE3. :, iI
Besides the beacon lights on the

ground which surrounded the 50- TRIUMPH, ....
foot target that the jumpers guidedin .:
Thursday, October 31 w
on, each Jumper wore a speci- cJ,7
ally adapted beacon attached to Iwomer
11:00 Marines
a.m.
12:00 Noon Communications vs FAETU; his protective helmet. Also, the
VAP-62 vs skydivers stop watch and altimeter
Instrument panels were lighted In
4:00: Public Works
p.m. vs VP-16
; enable the jumpers to read the OPEN
5:00 p.m. Supply vs NARTU
dials and know when to open their TONIGHT '

in the Tri- parachutes. -
Kay Loring Chicago l
bune reports: A northsider handing lbw each jumper felt duringthe ; ) _
descents was exemplified by
out treats to young masqueraderson
Halloween night, asked one their desires to go up again and ..

little masked goblin, "Weren'tyouhere Jump from 12,500 feet. For the \ ..".. ,., --;- '....,. .,., :,
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however the ordeal "t "' ( f.
earlier fortrick-or-treats spectators ', K
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"Yes," acknowledged the young- left an erie feeling because each
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6 Cyl.] Clean.) Power Steering.

4 62 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE .$2395 59 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE .$1295
: Auto. Trans., R&II, P. s. 9 Pass., Power Steering & Brakes Radio

% 62 GALAXIE 500 . . .$2495 & Heater, WSW.
4 Door, Auto. Trans., R&H: Power Steering 57 CHEVROLET WAGON . .$795
I & Brakes, Fact. Air Conditioning Auto Trans, R&H

62 FAIRLANE 500 . '. . .$1695 57 FORD . . . . .$595
Auto. Tram, Radio & Heater, V-8. 2-Dr., 6 Cyl., R&H, A Bargain

62 CHEVROLET BEL AIR . .$2295 57 PLYMOUTH . . .$495
4 Door, V-8, R&H, Power Steering, Like 4 Dr. Sedan, V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H,
New. Air Conditioned Power Kr (!.
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RETIRED C.P.O. DELIVERS '64 FORD IIi.AN1f; ;

Cdr. D. C. Staley Adm. Officer N.A.S. Jax is shown taking

delivery of his new 1964 Galaxie "XL" hardtop from

I Claude Stepp, Sales Representative of Duval Motors, 1000 '
I;' W. Forsyth Street. Stepp, a retired H.M.C. was formerly
I stationed at the U.S. Naval Hospital and N.A.S. Jax prior
I' to transfer to Fleet Reserve. (ADV.)

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