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Creation Date: October 31, 1962
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GINNY'S'* FURY threatened Florida's northeastern shoreline last week resulting ing. As her outskirt winds crossed the station Ginny's portrait was taken on radarin
NAS Jax setting hurricane condition II and battening down all loose objects at RATCC. Throughout Thursday the runway stayed clear while planes huddled in
Some aircraft were evacuated inland while others were placed behind hangar doors hangars awaiting the all clear which came the next day as Ginny moved further
leaving NAS with the appearance of a ghost station. Above can be seen the em northward. For another Hurricane Ginny report see page 3. (Navy Photos by Marc
pty NARTU parkway and a view of the deserted runway from atop Operations build Whetstone, J01))

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Val. 21 VOL. 34 JACKSONVillE FLORIDA OCTOBER :31 l, 1963



NARTU Participates In Seminar Value Analysis Offers NFO Outlines Family



Emergency Haiti Airlift $$$ SavingsThe Separation AllowancesBy


question last week's Lt. B.A. Buscher
A Navy C-54 transport from bedding donated by the citizens of key aj
Value Analysis Seminar was not Offker-in-Charge Navy Finance Office
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Ft. Myers following Hurricane "How much does It cost ___"
Jacksonville carrying 10,000 Flora which left the people of but Instead "What should It cost?" Much has been written about the necessarily maintains elsewherefor
pounds of food, clothing, and bed- Haiti In dire need of most essential That's the attitude Instilled in pew Pay Bill just signed by the his dependents. The amount

ding participated In an emergency living Items.Coordinating some 45 NAS military and civilian President. Most of us have alreadyfelt payable is a monthly allowance
airlift to Port au Prince, Haiti, the drive for from all departments, the effects in our pay checks.In equal to the BAQ payable to a
last week. Haitian relief In Ft. Myers was personnel the one-week Seminar addition to the raise In basic member without dependents in the

The transport aircraft landed In Lt. Commander Bill J. Williams, during sponsored by the Management Analysis pay there were several other Important same pay grade. In cases such as .I
Port au Prince Thursday after- USNR (Ret.), now a general con- Office. changes that will eventuallyaffect this, a member would In fact be

noon, October 17. The plane left tractor In that city. Williams also the Seminar, which con- most Navy men. drawing BAQ at two rates -- one
Jacksonville the evening of Oct- made the trip to Haiti to over- cluded During last Friday, attendees, One of the most talked about with dependents and one without.
ober 16 and flew to Ft. Myers, see the unloading and distributionof divided Into four-manteamstack- new items Is the Family Separation Type II Is the one that most Navy

Fla., where It picked up Its car- the supplies. led a total of 12 projects that Allowance. This provides two typesof men have been hearing about. It
go. It returned to Jacksonville the With the NARTU Jax transporton were thrown at them by Seminar FSA. Type I Is for a memberon pays $30 a month to members
afternoon of October 18. the trip to Haiti were two other leaders. The teams attempted to permanent duty outside the U.S., under any one of three possible )
More than 2,000 persons met Naval Air Reserve Training Com- solve them with the objective always Hawaii, or District of Columbiawho conditions: ((1)) He cannot move his I
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the aircraft, commanded by Com- mand aircraft flying out of the in mind of eliminating unnecessary is not authorized to move dependents to his permanent *" I
mander Howard II. Soester, New Orleans Naval Air Station. functions and costs with his dependents to his permanent station or a place near that station '
NARTU Jax aircraft maintenance Each carried 10,000 pound loadsto emphasis on Improving control station or a place near that, stationat at Government expense and his dependents
officer, when It landed at Page Haiti. procedures. Goverment expense under the do not reside at or near
Airport In Ft. Myers. The planes flew from Ft. Myersto The Seminar was conducted bya authority of Joint Travel Re- that station; ((2)) He Is on duty
The supplies were loaded on the Homestead Air Force Base two-man civilian team leaders gulations and his dependents do not aboard a ship away from the home
aircraft by hundreds of volunteer south of Miami where they refueled in the Value Analysis field. reside at or near that station; port of the ship for a continuous
workers including uniformed and remained overnight.The These leaders, Bob Bidwell of and there are no public quartersor period of more than 30 days and,
menbers of the National Guard, three transports took off from Martin-Marietta Corporation and housing available for assign- provided he maintained a common
Homestead for Port Prince household for himself and his dependents '
Army Reserve, and Civil Air Pat- au Dale Hart of Aero-Jet General ment to him.
rol, plus members of numerous early Thursday morning. Corporation, inspired the Cases of this type might bea at his home port immediately
the Officers and men from the USS group prior to his departure \
church and civic groups from during the week when such topicsas member assigned to a Naval ;
Lee County, Florida city. Lake Champlain, CVS 39, which Function Evaluation techniques Mission In a country where travelof or ((3) He Is on TD or TAD away
NARTU Jax's cargo was among was anchored off the capitol city Human Relations, Creative Thinking dependents Is restricted and from his permanent station for a
the 40 tons of food, clothing, and (Continued On Page 6)) Using Your Own where he is required to purchase continuous period of more than 30
Judgement civilian quarters. These quartersare days and his dependents do not \
{ J'Y. 't r' Value ana Operations Analysis,and
:' f ( t, .J Put A Dollar Sign On The Main In addition to the quarters he Continued On Page )

/" Idea, were covered. 5).e'

The team of Bidwell and Hart '

was assisted by a coordinatingteam a a .e'I
:fJ responsible preparing the I
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projects and Seminar arrange- I
ments. The local team under the 1
leadership of Boyd Dixon,Management -
Analysis Officer, Included
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Walter Hamilton, also of MAO, << ,
Fred Dedenbaugh, Lester (Slick) ..'v"i"';;t''' ; o I
Sellers, Edwin Davis and B.B. r" { s si
Burmeister of the Overhaul and \ \, .,.! I

Repair Department Value Analysis 1
Task Force, and selected repre- \ "
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sentatives from each departmentof ,
the Station.It -.,.;
1 Is hoped that recommendations I

concerning the twelve projects developed ,
during the Seminar will
-(' -J' be Implemented by a followupteam SARA RETURNS HOME with $7,210 contribution to the Jackson
of selected Value Analysis ville United Fund Drive. Here Capt. John E. LaCouture, CO of
U. of
extended F. Bartlett AE1 A/C
CONGRATULATIONS are personnel. The twelve project reports USS Saratoga, CVA-60 presents check to RAdm. Robert Goldth-
Maint, one of nine military personnel who graduated from the recent Indicated that a potential CoirFairJax while Clarence Hill XO looks (
NAS waite, Capt. on center
held here Analysis
Seminar by Management
Value Analysis saving of thousands of dol- the Sara
flew
to to
many ). Admiral Goldthwaite by helicopter re-
civilian and
Officer B.R. Dixon. Altogether, 50 military lars could be made by implementIng ceive the check on the bridge. Sara docked Mayport last Fri
the
various departments attended course. (Navy
personnel from the
recommendations. .
day after delay due to Hurricane 'Ginny'
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Photo by Fay Irvy, PHAN) (Another Photo Page 6)) I IF



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The Four Ocean ChallengeToday Station Traffic I -- I II
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RecordFollowing { : I ': : .: .. (_S'i
Violation :

this country needs a strong Army and Air Force and a strong i .
Navy and Marine Corps. The Defense Establishment, as an instrumentof Is a report of motor I '

national policy, must have flexibility and versatility. This is the vehicle accidents and trafficvto-
only way we can be prepared to meet the many different crises whichare lations for the period October 20 The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station
distributed each ,
now being imposed upon us and we can anticipate arising in the through October 26.
the Holt Publishing
Jacksonville, Florida, by Company, a
future. AU four services have more jobs to do of more kinds in
OF ACCIDENTS All submitted for use in the JAX
NUMBER private firm. Copy AIR
more places than ever before In history. As a member of this great
to the Service Information Office'Box
team, the Navy and Marine Corps face Increasing responsibilities This week (October 20 thru Oct- NEWS must be forwarded

directly related to operations from the seas. It is, therefore, ap- ober 26)) . . .7 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
welcomed from all
propiate that we strp** the challenge of the future. Total Accidents this year through publication. News items are sources-

The balances, discriminating October 26 . . .230 Telephone EV.9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
peace-seeking response of*of Am- presence of American naval fdrces Total accidents through October such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

erican Sea Power Is the answer In these International areas offers 1962 . . .. . 210 Company concerning, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida

t1.0 "The Four Ocean Challenge". an unusual opportunity to Number of days since last injury.in Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.

The reasons may be briefly stat- preserve order and achieve peace. motor vehicle accident 57

ed as follows: The most profound change In OCTOBER 31
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS VOL. 21 NO. 34 1963
L Powerful American Fleets
the history of warfare Is the Inland ......,_ ___
In the Atlantic Mediterraneanand reach of modern weapons finis weeK t. . . .0 O,", I '

faclflc waters continue with systems from the seas. Hereto- Speeding . . 25

quiet dignity and unobtrusivenessto fore, the effective range Inland of Reckless driving . 3 Dangerous Drivers I

protect our national Interests, naval forces was determined by Going through stop sign .10
the Interests of our allies, and Other violations . 47 drivers and when discovered
how close a ship i could approachthe The driver's personality --- by
the freedom and independence of and reach of and motor vehicle administrators
shore by the particularly his personality defects legislators
the newly established nations. We Its guns. Today, this range has Fifty-four drivers appeared has finally emerged as a they should be given
deploy the First Fleet in the before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
been increasing -- with the advent crucial factor in the safety of the medical, psychiatric or driver-
Pacific, the Second Fleet In the the meeting held on October
of modern aircraft based on millions who use our highways. training treatment. Failure to respond
Atlantic, and the Sixth Fleet in 28. Disposition of the cases included -
should result In
mobile airfields (more commonly Motor vehicle departments, permanent
the Mediterranean. the following: 34 lost driving -
called aircraft carriers); with universities and medical facilitiesall supension of the license to drive.A .
2. Today a challenge existsIn and parking privileges aboardthe
ballistic missiles (Polarisfired) over the country are conduct- limlted-license-grantlng procedure
the Artie Ocean and In the station for various periods;
from submarines, and with the Ing projects in an effort to under- for persons with psychiatric
vast of 31 were assigned to complete aneighthour
expanse a new strategicarea Improved amphibious capability of stand these mental and emotional handicaps Is employed.

from the South Atlantic the Navy-Marine Corps Team. course In remedial variables of drivers. However, the most essential

around Africa through the Indian Virtually no place on earth Is driving Instructions; 11 received Morris S. Schulzinger, a noted Immediate need Is the removal
- Ocean to AustraUa.This area the suspended penalties; 12 were "The main from of drivers who have
today beyond the range of attack psychologist states, cars ,
Afro-Asian Ocean- is' a power- from the seas. Next year, with given warnings; three were dismissed psychological elements that Increase demonstrated that they are unableto
the and four were referred to
vacuum. Bordering on shoresof the new 2,875-mile Polaris there the probability of accidentsIn drive safely. The psychiatrist
this commanding officers for possible
ocean are many proud will be no place--period. axtion. maladjusted persons are anx- knows that the hostile, epileptic,

hardworking modern peoples and engaged In As a response to "The Four disciplinary iety fear, worry, guilt, hostility, aggressive, emotionally disturbed

building societies. Independent Ocean Challenge," the United EarlyNaval emotional and psychosexual conflicts drivers are different and distinct.

"The States must maintain strong, early exposure to aggression They can be Identified,weeded out,
Four Ocean
Challenge", balanced, and mobile sea power AviatorsA over-authoriative parents or declared "sick driver" and referred -
stems from three basic factors
throughout the world. The oceansof parent figures, broken homes, to a psychiatric clinic. And
which have
political economic
,
and the world provide an unequalled comprehensive search is frustration, Inadequacies of youth, If every driver Is aware that deviate -
scientific
military aspects: means for the projections ofany being made for the addresses of rejection and fatigue." behavior will have serious
The United
States Is -
presently
engaged In a. total wet war. form of military power from early Naval Aviators and membersof It Is necessary to have stan- consequences for him, If every

This Includes all phases of naval mobile bases that are In a constant their families. The Naval Avi- dards of judgment when an attemptIs would-be-reckless driver can be

merchant marine state of motion. Ships at sea are ators Register, with the cooperation made to evaluate behavior char- made to realize that he cannot
power, fishing
Industry, and oceanography.In the essence of mobility. The of the Deaprtment of the acteristics. The essential evalu- win, then the behavior displayedon

order to expand further foundation of balanced sea powerIs Navy, the Marin Corps and the ating factors must Include a the highways will be

geographically, the any Communist the Navy-Marine Corps Team, Coast Guard, plans to Include themIn person's philosophy of life. Whata drastically changed for the good,

Bloc would have to move into these proud professional members with a commemorative register now man thinks, says and does is and fewer people will be mutilated
the Army and Air Force, In the being compiled. of
areas which are directly and 1mmediately an expression his Intra and or kUled.Seven.
- -' Influenced by sea power. national security fraternity.Re-( Families of living and deceased and inter-psychic factors. Paraphrased -

They are no longer able to Increase printed from SecNav Inst.5720.33)Mrs. ) early Naval Aviators are urgedto a man often drives as he StepsTo

their holdings without use contact Naval Aviator Register, feels, or, "a man drives as he

of the seas and possible face-to- Thomas April of Los 2500 Wisconsin Ave. N. W, Wash- lives," or even, "a man's attitude DeathJ.

face confrontations with American Angeles swears this Is true. She ington 7, D. C. Is reflected by his driving

naval forces. Because such con- watched an Irate gentleman walk habits." A way of thinking that O. Moore, Director of Automotive

frontations would occur In Inter- up to a Ranger In beautiful Yose- "These flowers" said the hotel results in a feeling of belonging; Crash Injury Research Center ,
mite National guest as he presented the bou- of Cornell University Medical
national waters In the above Park and ask, cooperation with mankind adjusting -
or air institute
and
J. H. Mathewson,
these waters, they would npt be "Where's your golf course?"Told quet to the manager, "Are for to accepted social behav- of and Traf-
Influenced the there was none,-.. he demanded the girls on your switchboard." ior and consideration for the wel- Transportation
by political of
economic, or psychological con-, sharply, "What are you supposedto "Ah, how charming,1'repliedthe fare of others Is essential to good California fic Engineering, reconstructedseven University

siderations affecting land do around here? Look at the manager, "this is a complimentto driving. Normal living can pro- have
operations when
an
from fixed bases. The scenery?" -- Golf Digest our service, no doubt?" mote safe driving. A good way steps which occur
"Compliment, nuts!" snappedthe .of living and safe driving there- auto you are driving at 55 milesan

State Board Of Health guest. "I thought they were fore, go hand In hand. hour crashes Into a tree. Here

dead!" Journeyman Barber The hostile accident-prone drivers they are:
9-6"3 1. and lie fold
Bumper up.
grl
must be
Says Oil Stove Deadly . . . recognized as"sick"n 2. Hood caves In and smashesInto

windshield; fenders crumple

As ShotgunThe back against front doors.

Forward momentum Is reducedbut

oil stove can be as deadlyas workshops; and If you have an exhaust your body is still at 55

a shotgun and death from It fan over the kitchen stove, miles per hour. Your legs are

can be more horrible, a State clean It of grease. Store In a safe rigid and they snap at the knees

Board of Health doctor said today.Dr. place things which catch fire or like match sticks.

George A. McCoy, directorof explode easily: paint, turpentine sc 3. You are off the seat, steer-
the board's Accident Prevention gasoline. Ing wheel bending In your hands.

Program, said most deaths from Check your oil heater now before 4. The two front feet of the

fire occur In the home, and that cold weather demands Its use, he car are demolished while the

most If not all are easily pre- said. Heaters should not be closeto rear end Is still traveling at

vented. window curtains; should never about 35 miles per hour. The

Board records show that In 1962 be moved while burning; should block hits and the rear of the

over the state, 226 deaths from never be.lighted when flooded. And Ai car lifts off the ground.

fire and explosion were recorded.Of since heaters burn oxygen a little c 5. The steering wheel shaft

these, 203 were In the home.In fresh air is needed In the home. goes through your lungs.

1961, there were 183 such deaths Florida law requires all fixed 6. Your shoes are torn from

--169 of them In the home. heaters to have outside vents. iW your feet and your head crashes

Dr. McCoy said a little forethought Trailer heaters are just as important Into the windshield.

would have prevented virtually as those In the home. 7. Car parts fly in all direct

.. all these fires and deaths.He Dr. McCoy said it is always a ions. Shock freezes your heart

suggested that home owners good Idea to keep matches out of ( i and you are DEAD. Less thana
clear out all accumulations of the reach of children; that electr- tfl 6 full second has passed since

rubbish from closets, garages and ical cords should be in good repair the car hit the tree.

and circuits never overloaded. SPEED KILLS SLOW
_. AFPS .
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YP-16 Officer Snorkels During Hurricane

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'GInny' While Flight Crew Photographs ,


Lieutenant (jg) "Will" Wilkerson Patrol Squadron-16s Flight
of Patrol Squadron 16' -boarded Crew ##4 departed NAS, Jackson-
the submarine USS Amberjack ville for an anti submarine war- 1'
(SS-522)) at Charleston, S. C. fora fare exercise with the submarineUSS
scheduled week aboa rd to observe Amberjack (SS-522)) on Tues-
anti submarine warfare operations day, October 22. .
with airc -aft from VP-16. The Lieutenant Leon Mink-the patrol 1

sub, commanded by Lieutenant plane commander flew the SP- ...
Commander James R.Kennedy departed 2E "Neptune" patrol bomber in a \
for the scheduled op area. northeasterly direction into the \
Unknown to the sub crew the unpredictable area assigned for the ASW oper-
hurricane "Ginny" ation. The encountered weatherwas
was also headed for the same area not the expected weather the I _
and arrived at approximately the "Eagle" crew found in the area, (1
same time as the Amber jack. approximately 325 miles NE of :-- \
The submarine was forced to HURRICANE "GINNY" as she J ax. .
ride out the violent storm at snorkel appeared on the radar scope of Frequent attempts to contact the i'DISTINCT PLEASURE" for me to present this commentatoretter" /
depth because of the necessityof VP-16's aircraft LF4. The Amberjack were unsuccessful and said Capt. J.D. Sullivan, HAS Supply Officer as he conjratulated -
sending position reports peri- bright area is caused by sea re the aircraft radar,not operating up f B.P. Merrill, AA. Merrill received the letter from the
odically. turn. The thick line which eman to thIs time due to the nature of AS Atlanta Supply Officer for his initiative and ingenuity to-
Wilkerson bore the whole experience ates from the area of sea return the scheduled ASW operation, was yard' the acquisition of required parts for the readying of a VF
: including the 45 degree ends directly in the center of activated. Lo and behold a per feet *squadron for deployment t o Yuma, Ariz. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner *
rolls, the 25 ft swells and 75 knot "Ginny". (Navy Photo by Lt. picture of a hurricane appeared on PH2))
\ winds very well. "I think I was (jg) James S. Taylor) the screen with the aircraft, LF-4 1 U
one of the few persons on board directly In the eye. Unpre-
r' who was not ill; and I think I am dictable "Glnny"had moved south- t
,- AFMA Learns the only Naval Aviator to ever westerly into the area scheduled 1 na a
snorkel through a hurricane for 18 for the ASW operation which was, Roosevelt BM.- Phone EV 7- 944

t r Value Analysis hours"During. his trip, the aviator was of crew course returned, cancelled.to NAS Jax The without flight Only One Mile From NAS Main Gate

l made an honorary submariner but mishap _except for a few upset OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY t
never did to observe aircraftand stomachs.pup .
f get
Techniques sub operations.used STEAKS 4 ROAST "

CHOPS SEAFOOD
r
r, Among the many points coveredby cost reducing techniques, but Missile. The Bullpup, a Navy All Kinds Of Sandwiches ,
Robert Bidwell,Value Engineerof further and Tasty
goes one step analyzes developed air-to-ground missile, t,
Martin-Marietta, in addressingthe the basic functions to be performed manufactured by Martin at "Serving Food as Good as the Best For 33 Years"
Armed Forces Management in addition to analyzing Orlando, Is one of the most effective :: -V ,
Association luncheon meeting on .
manufacturing costs. used the The tube
October 24, were definitions of Among several examples of clip, a rather by small Navy and insigni- Where to turn for ?
four kinds of "Value". Two of Value demonstrated money
Analysis by ficant part was "value analyzed"by
these, "Esteem" and "Exchange"value
Bidwell, the most Interesting was a Martin Company Engineers.
have no place in military
small tube clip used in the Bull-
hardware or procedures. On the
other hand, "Cast" value and i
"Use" value are Important and

Analysis.In offer great. potential for Value Auto Liability

discussing Value Analysis
techniques as employed by the INSURANCEMcDOUGALL'S .
Martin Corporation in its plant at
Orlando, Florida, Bidwell dwelt at
length upon finding the precise INSURANCE' #0
function that a piece of hardwareof
paperwork should perform. AGENCY
After determining this basic func- Near Mainomeveh Gate NAS,
tion, he explained the techniquesto 16463 P Blvd 1AZMONfHLY7PpY PLAN]
be used In arriving at a mini-
mum cost for each function. The
difference between this minimum
i functional cost and the actual cost
is the area within which Value RemnantSalef
Analysis Engineers must work.
Dldwell stressed that the result of _.
Value Analysis is not "cheap"
ankles but rather, articles which
give the most "use value" per {

dollar of cost.Previous cost. reduction techni- More servicemen go to HFC!

ques have been aimed at reducing
manufacturing costs of an exist- Need money for a good purpose? See an HFC
ing piece of hardware. Value military loan specialist. He knows how to meet '..
Analysis Includes these previously WASH and WEARFABRICS your exact money needs.

rw WI MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS

RENTALS Dn 14.r. o.,is..h Oa U.r, Ps,6.h
Ask about Credit $100 5.93 7.29 10.07 18.48
SALES Life Insurance 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45
on loans 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78at
MORTGAGESINSURANCE group rates 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
cUr" ,.r nmfmttJ ft 3%.*fAd/rt ifnMuU4
-- montkly Mincit tut ui",1JOO
Assortment Includes a12y.uindn.HOUSEHOLD .

Serving Duval Rotates, womb YARDS
and CountiesFor Fl I
Clay 99
Cottons, Fbnnelette' FOR
Personal Service sCO OP -. _
CALL Broadcloth and

Others 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
CLWAVISREALTORS)
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
U ,lOur L'oy-A. ,
-INSURORS Way Pion. No G. (. Murphy (O. 4-523 Boulevard Roo" t 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 Of

588 S. Edgewood Extra Charge Rco ,( (: I! t .M.g I. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
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Aviation Detachment Marines .




:, --l Complete Blanding Training ";1 -, 11 t. I

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I I Story and Photos to firing In the morning, more
The MarlneAvlatlonDetachment By GySgt Wes Ward training in the afternoons and night
weeks of field
completed eight problems In the boon docks. Sen-
training and weapons requallf-1 ior NCOs were used as Instructorsand
I h Ei Ication this month at Camp Bland- leaders where possible, how- 'r'p
Ing to mark the first time such contained -
ever of the squads
training has been completed off many members.The '
all sergeant
station. gunnery training was carried out :
All Marines, regardless of job under the direction of the Detach- ;

or military occupation specialty ment's Operations and Training
are required to fire the rifle, pis- !: Officer, Captain John Howard.
tol or both for requallflcatloneach
L.. S., p4: year and they are required tohavea 1 Much of the training was new IJ
6 a s to the Marines such as instructionIn
P number of hours yearly In certain I
AMMUNITION FOR
PATROL-
the use of the M-14 NATO Rifle.
mL x* general military subjects. In For some of the Marines this was Each man is issued blank am.

LAYING DOWN a smoke screen previous years, a half day each 1 t>" the first time since boot camp munition, smoke grenades and

to cover their attack two Marines week was in the devoted Detachment to this which Instruction that they had undergone practical flares prior to moving out on infantry .

advance on a fortified position. "' .. h1..ms because I training In Infantry tactics since problems.
present some' 1"IU""
of the mission of the unit. most of the detachment's members -
perform In technical specialities.The Visitor: "I do hope you keep
The Detachment moved to Camp "
AT your cows in a pasture.
all
LAST Marine Corps trains
In four Each
Blanding groups. Milkman: "Yes, Madam, cf
group set up bivouac near the rifle w sx'I Marines as basic riflemen and Insures course we keep them in a pas
range for two weeks each. They their readiness through annual ture."
p trained, slept, ate, and remainedIn basic training requirementssuch Visitor: "I'm so glad to hear
have been told that
that. I pas
.
the area for two weeks each as this.Important
l1IHTERHATIOHALFOODS teurized milk is much the safest.
except for liberty on Sunday.The .
first week was devoted entirely -
to field problems and Instruction : Changes To Traffic Regs
has
Jacksonville now a
shop In such things as squad I
complete gourmet
specializing In the finest and platoon tactics, attack phases, a Effective January 1964and
fancy and imported foods mapping and compass problemsplus

night attacks. Problems were changes to the Florida leaves the scene of such acci
carried out in rain (mostly rain) DEADLY IS THE DEAD-This Highway Traffic Regulations(Code dent prior to traffic investigation,

CoteuvaAtLt.( sunshine and night. The training, huge rattle snake killed bv Camp; 317)) will become affective on Jan- shall be guilty of a felony. It
Including the night problems were Blending Range Keeper Mr. Hall
1, 1964 It was announced recently Is understood that an operator of
btMiMeatoniui"/ carried out In areas that is (right) and displayed with SSgt uary by Charles Able, Directorof a vehicle so Involved and seriously)

practically Impenetrable by any- Harvey Mtese was one of three the Clearinghouse, Armed For- injured is vindicated of such charge

3566 ST. JOHNS AVE. thing except deer,snakes and Mar- killed the same day in the area ces State of Florida Traffic Safety by reason of the injury.All .
ines. the Marines trained.
motor vehicles shall be
Workshop,
Aggressor units were formed to
Those of particular Interest to equipped with headlights having
present an "enemy" for har- rassment of the troops. Blank am-
clear white lenses and not exceed-
personnel Include
munition and other pyrotechnicswere military :
/ T R E S used for realism In the Drivers, when approaching other ing 300 candle power.
pro-
CHIEF TIRE GO. wtustalnua blems. The aggressor units under motor vehicles from the rear at Hitchhiking will be punishableby
law in the State of Florida.
the direction of Captain WilliamL. night will dim their headlightswhen
Two Locations.To Serve You: Shearer, Assistant Detachment not less than 300 feet from Motorcycles, bikes and scooters

5444 Normandy Boulevard/ EV 9.0388 Training Officer set up ambushes, the car being overtaken or having less than five horse brak-
I 2809 Mayport Road tH 6-4B25 fortified positions, trip flares, followed. ing power are prohibited from
grenades and other obstacles In Any motor vehicle which is dis- using expressways and/or limited
BEST PRICES I IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ
PARMAN their defensive areas. abled may not be left on an expressway access highways or inter-state

-- e On Tires Batteries "Shocks Brakes fRet C.P.OJ) Where ever Marines go there is or limited access high- highways. _
Front End & Transmission-Work/
Engine
w over six hours without
always a Navy corpsmen. Each two way proper
notification of the law The little girl, who was right
week training period had a differ- cognizant
FINANCE ANYONE IN THE MJL ent corpsman from the Naval Air enforcement agency. Failure to handed, suddenly decided to ea''

Technical Training Unit dis- move vehicle within six hours, her dinner by holding her fork
r NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY pensary to attend to any medical or proper notification as stated in her left hand. The family askc

problems that might occur. Mostof above will result in towing her about the change.
1 -- the corpsmen elected to become away the vehicle with the expense "What's the difference she
members of the agressor units of removal being charged to replied. "My mouth's in the mid'

BEWITCHING and to fire the rifle along with the owner of said vehicle. dle." --Catholic Digest

the Marines.One Anyone Involved in a motor vehicle There is only one thins \\111\1'

t;:)'"-- particular corpsmen, JL. accident, wherein an Injury than having your wife .find a His It':.
and
ELLAIR-I Russell HM2 or ter you forgot to !mail
fought the toughest property damage is involved, having her find one von f(01< <
of defenders
group encountered
to bum .
during the entire training period. ll:::... 1UI

Beautiful! Magical! Russell, dressed out in steel helmet GET AMISSILE
boots and poncho was a mem-
Bewitching! ber of a guerilla unit with a mis-
t sion to ambush a group of Mar- AGE DEAL !

ines along a road.Russell occupieda

small knoll with a good view .
Benair' only to find that the knoll was =--

already occupied, well camouflaged NEW CARS
and defended by a
yel-
v
Lowest Prices
SCHOOLS low jacket nest. After a violent
e skirmish o Highest Trade-in Allowance
with Russell una ble to
4 CHURCHES a shot off because his hands were get ;;- .Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town

underneath the poncho he J I

a STREETLIGHTS 'you'llcI up the ground and sought a gave less J ,I USED CARS

SIDEWALKS offensive area. He became his own I

patient as he treated himself for {1r ': .e Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots

CUSTOM STYLING spell nn dozens monsters.of stings from the bee like ;; ill' 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.

o PLAYGROUND Russell not only proved himself b I I 0 Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty

in a fight but fired a respect- lJ I, On Every Car SoldSHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHESOFOOTMISjIlE

i1'I1 able score of 211 with the
Sighs i South On Bland injj Blvd. To rifle to qualify, as a Marine Sharp M-l I


BELIAIR"THE shooter.The second week was devoted @J GORDON THOMPSON

w "l\ ...ma! Little Elmer just
L his little toe In the lawn vc"' '
BEST BUY" mo !
HJI&
; ; Oh, dear me! Now how will "Jacksonville's **' Center"
he ever do 1 his| arithmetic les- _,
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Officer's WivesTo > ,

(Continued From Page 1)) Men To BePromoted Paint New '
reside at or near his TD or TAD
station and provided he maintaineda :
Orleans
common household for himselfand Nineteen NARTU Jax enlistedmen SceneThe _
his dependents at his per- take another
will the
step up call has out for all
manent duty station gone
Immediatelyprior
promotion ladder November
16.
"
to his departure.A Jacksonville Officers' wives to '
second Included among the personnelto help paint the town of New Orleans
Important
change was ( L'
be advanced five first
are new
to the entitlement for Sea and For- class officers and five This is all in preparation for the
petty new
big New Orleans night, November
eign Duty Pay.
Foreign Duty Pay second class petty officers.
Is 23 at the NAS'0' Club.
now payable only to enlisted
Scheduled be advanced
to are:
members who There is also a need for calling t ,
are assigned to dutyat
W.F. Conroy, ADJ1; B.H.Jones,
cards to create an authenic Old
certain places outside the con- ADR1; W.J. Rill, AME1; J.R. Wat- Absinthe House.
tiguous 48 states and the Districtof son, YN1; E.L Wilber, ADJ1;
Columbia. These Plans have even been made to
places have M.J. Cox, ADR2; B.J. KopetskI,
been the extent that real French coffee
designated by the Secretaryof ADR2{ A.E. Peeples, YN2; H.C.
and
doughnuts will be served in
Defense and the old
of
rates Statham YN2 Tanner ADR2.
; J.C. the "French Market".
pay have not changed. Basically, C.T Goza, ADJ3; N.C. May, Tickets are now on sale for a
an enlisted member Is entitled to ADJ3 W.C. Michaelis, ADJ3 J.A.
; ; fabulous of danc-
evening dining,
Foreign Duty from the date ,
pay Nance, AX3; W.T. Parrish, PR3; and
ing, entertainment. It
of arrival from at through the day of J.C. Reynolds, ADJ3; R.A. Pyle, only games costs $2.50 and it Is all for UNITED STATES DAY marked the occasion last Thursday when
departure a designated place ADJ3, R.K. Wilson, TD3 D.B.
provided he Is there for eight daysor ; charity.BOWL0MATIC. the Fleet Reserve Association Branch 91 made a presentation of
Wilson YN3.
more. a new 50 star American flag to RAdm Robert Goldthwaite. The

, Sea Duty pay Is payable for duty each type. presentation, made by W.J. Capwell, right, Branch President, and
L aboard ship from the date the mem- These are the major changesthat M.D. Hodges, Vice president, was in conjunction with the FRAs
ber reports aboard the ship for will affect the majority of Navy continued Americanism program Operation Red, White and Blue,
duty and stops the day he Is detached members. Remember there are focused to further interest in the showing of the flag. (Navy Photo)
therefrom.Two always exceptions to the rule. The
Important changes to Sea information given above Is generalin !
and Foreign Duty pay are: ((1)a ) nature and will apply to most
member no longer starts draw- cases. To be sure of your part-
Ing the pay from the time he leaves icular case or question, ask your
the continental limits of the U.S. Personnel Office or stop by the
t t. to report to his ship or stationIf Navy Finance Office.
( the ship or station is over- -
PAINTING the '0' Club for
seas), and pay now stops upon
detachment from the ship or station New Orleans Night plannedfor
-- NOT the date he arrives in November 23 are Mrs.
the continental limits of the U.S; P.F. Yosway, Mrs. R. H. I fI f fI
and ((2)) a member will not draw Ives and Mrs. W. G. Smith.
sea pay if he is aboard a ship Tickets at $2.50 per per. I
for transportation, regardless of son are now on sale for the
the length of the period. charity affair. (Navy Photo
Incentive Payor Hazardous by Ron Gardner, PH2))
Duty Certain members who ,
qualify for Incentive pay for more r
I t LANES i
:! than one type of hazardous duty { t ..t:.
may be paid not more than two
payments for the same period of
time. This is provided he has com-

petent orders to concurrently per- NLIGHT BOWLING M
form these duties and he meets _
the performance requirements for Every Sunday Night from 9 P.M. ,

FREE Merchandise PRIZES!INO .. ,.

ENTRY FEE
EVEN Bring the Family BowlInR.
OPEN BOWLING SATURDAYS and SUNDAYS
LADIES! Join a Morning Coffee League NOW!
y. I \r

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i NO ONE UNDER Come At Your so SHOCKING

18 WILL BE Own Risk!! ONLY SHOWN
The Squirrelsdo ADMITTEDSPECIAL at 147.10
CAN YOU TAKE IT?

somethingwith Greyhound offers special reduced round trip fares for .
military personnel. Frequent schedules, exclusive -
winter Scenicruiser (R) Service and a whopping 150 pound bag

coming on. gage FOR ECONOMY! GO GREYHOUND. .

AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US.

t FINANCEyour '.' Save on Greyhound low fares to places like these
central] Det final Ion OneWoy RoundTrip Destination OneWoy Round Trip
i Atlanta$9.85$16.40 NewOrleans$16.30$27.15Savannah
'SS
heating system Charleston7.60 12.60 I 4.207.00
r Columbia 8.9514.85 Tampa 5.258.75
with us.RIVERSIDE. Miami8.35 13.90 Orlando 3.906.50
S k.Y <,. 'SpecUl,round trip Ure/mil(try personnel on 1 pm,turtoufh of t..,.,

IN.11Y1o1G iua.W6 MWb.nf. d .a3wJp .
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Greyhound Terminal 10 North Pearl St. Phone 3565521lOt
PLUS
NURSE BLOOD CO-HIT!

BANK on Duty, "4 FORAM.BULANCE
and an

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lot "1.>.",v,, h ''t',; It' )1", ". Venice Hosts


'\4, J: Navy DayCelebration

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The Navy aroused the sleepy

little Southern Gulf Coast town of
Venice, Fla., last weekend and
joined in the city's Navy Day cele
brations.

From the Jacksonville went
a the precision drill team from
I 4 NAT IV, the NAS Navy Band, Navy

._ recruiting and Wave represen-
tatives and 12 members of the
.... ... GRADUATION DAY-B.B. Burmeister and H. McMillan at left look on as B.R. Dixon, Management Parachute Jax
Analysis Officer presents Clayt Ferry with a certificate at the end of the Value Analysis Seminar Navy demonstration Sport Club's
team.
here at NAS Jax. (Navy Phpto by Fay._. Irby, PHAN) ___ Honored guest for the Venice

Navy League sponsored affair was

National GeographicFilms Up The LadderNAS Hear Commander Admiral Fleet Robert Jacksonville Goldthwaite,

4 and Commander Naval Air Bases

VP-18 !In RotaPatrol Jacksonville employeeshave Sixth Naval District, who gave an
been promoted In accordancewith address to the towns-people
the station's Merit Promotion gathered for a special program
1 iNl.( $//G Y EX ;UMDAI Squadron 18 Navy per- The National Geographic Society Program. They are in the Over- Saturday evening
sonnel and their families will havea
branching out Into the tele-
haul and Repair DepartmentElmo Earlier that same day the Navy
chance to see the P2V's of f the vision field, has finished a film
ifthrat [ participants joined In a parade
M Baker to Supervisory
Phantoms" of the
: "Flying sequence on the Naval Station
Production Controller (Aircraft: ), through town after which the para
squadron this Spring nationwide Rota which will be
Spain Incorp-
: .V63fiYtl, ..........NA < color television.AIR GS-9; Frank G. Brooks to Lead- chute team demonstrated aerial
orated Into their
hour-long pro-
ingman Instrument Mechanic acrobatics, free fall and canopy
gram on Spain In the Spring. (Electronics); Charles L. Broometo control during' two performances
CONDITIONED BEAUTY RK,T BEDS The squadron took an active
Leadlngman Instrument before an estimated crowd of 5,000
and vivid part In the National
"NEAR GOOD RESTAURANTS AND Mechanic (Electronics); CharlesH. spectators.
ORANGE PARK DOO TRACK" Geographic Rota. Society program at Carse to Leadlngman During the special evening pro-
Electronics Mechanic; HerschelC. gram the band and drill team also
National Geographic's Guy Chesley to Supervisory Indus- performed,receiving overwhelming
Cottington Motel Blanchard, a Briton who won him-
trial Engineering Technician, GS- applause from the crowd.
self a place in the first rank of
12 Edward P, Mechanic
; Doherty
17-3 MILES SOUTH or newsreel cameramen through assignments -
VP-18
030 U. 8. HIWAY Engineer (Industrial Equipment), Men Earn
JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION in Egypt, Africa, and
GS-11 Milton H. Eddings, Jr. to
;
Russia headed during the 'three-man ten years Geographicteam with NBC, Supervisory Production ControllerAircraft 'Wings Of Gold

Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottington Orange Park, Fla which shot the Rota Navy ( ), GS-9; Melvin W. Floyo Three Patrol Squadron -18 enlisted -
Owners and Managers Phone 264.2221 Story. to Aerospace Engineer, GS-9; men recently received their
Patrol Squadron 18 stood by Donald W. Fone, to Supervisory Antisubmarine Alrcrewman Wings
ready to assist the Geographicteam Industrial Engineer, GS-12; JohnE. of Gold while deployed to Naval

CARIBBEAN and when fair skies made Francisco to Assist Plannerand Station, Rota, Spain.
NOW BOOKING and SOUTH AMERICA INDIES good color filming possible, took Estimator (Electrlc1anJesseD. ); Men receiving their Wings of
I to the air for over-the-tower form- Greenwood to Aerospace Engi Gold were: M. Thomas, ADR1,
Cruises for Winter and Spring. ation shots (by no means an easy neer (Propulsion and Power), GS- designated as plane captain; D.
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS: CUlII.'II.NOW' A V All4A ilL I! task In a P2V), and furnished some 11; Mertle L, Heath to Account- Jackson, ADR2, designated as
WORLD-WIDE PERSONALIZED SERVICE runway shots. Ing Technician (Cost Accounting), plane captain; and D.A. Goshorn,

Anywhere Everywhere. .Anytime With Blanchard at the far end GS-4; John C. Horne Jr. to AX2, designated as flight communications -

Independent or Conducted Tours and Cruises of the runway, ready with his Quarterman Instrument Mechanic operator.
camera, two of the P2V's made (Electronics); Dorothy B. Huttoto Alrcrewman Wings are awarded
SNELLERTS5CE I low take offs that resulted In Accounting Technician (Cost only after completion of a rigid
unique double Image effects. But Accounting), GS-4; Charles E. Le- training syllabus required by Com-

218 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE EL 4-4629J the squadron's commanding officer Paige, Jr. to Management Analyst, mander, Naval Air Force Atlantic.
Commander VF. Anderson, GS-11; Hugh T. Maloney, Jr. to This includes operational check
piloting the third aircraft, followed Supervisory Industrial Engineer, flights and qualification in three
with a single Image maneuver GS-12; Elizabeth K. McLean to crew positions aboard the SP-211
that was a bit more hair-raising. Accounting Technician (Cost Ac- "Neptune" patrol bomber.
Blanchard, who has filmed wild counting), GS-4; Emmett K. Ra- All designated alrcrewmen have

G VANDERBILT TIRES animals In Africa and wild rebelsin chels to Aircraft Oxygen Equip- demonstrated a high degree of
the Middle East, never facedan ment Repairman; Evelyn Y. Smithto proficiency In all flight operationsas
adversary quite as big and potentas File Supervisor, GS-6; Aiphia well as survival techniques,
the P2V. Starting at the far F. Wright to Accounting Techni- communications, and leadership.Each .
c:3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE ONO end of the 12,000 foot NavalStatlon cian (Cost Accounting), GS-4 and aircrewman was presentedhis

runway, Cdr. Anderson didn't lift Norma M. Zinkosky to Travel Alrcrewman Wings of Gold by
a wheel of his aircraft until Clerk (Typing), GS-4. his Patrol Plane Commander who

MONEY DOWN Blanchard and camera were less was responsible for the aircrew-
than 500 feet short r man's
away--a space rigorous Inflight and ground
The
squadron aircrews that took
Indeed for a roaring Neptune. "I
training.
AS LOW AS $117 PER WEEK ducked," Balnchard admitted part In the National Geographic NARTU
Society color filming were Crews
laughing, "I couldn't "
k help It. 1. 8 and 10. (Continued from Page 1))

L 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE of Port au Prince to render assistance -
SEE YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK
to the hurricane victims,,
1 fu 21K 4 Ir
1 1 for9831ux 111 11(1( 1512 FOR YOUR NEEDS TO BETTER LIVING and volunteer Haitian nationalsmet
113 IIEE 15.12 the planes at Bowen Field,
milS 1111 22.EE 4112 AutomobilesHome
S : 2 for 1866 1EMIJ5W4 till 21.EE 51-32 ImprovementsModern Port mi Prince.
12.33 21ES 4512 Other members of the NARTU
OC32 IM U 1411 21.EE& 55.32 Appliances Jax crew making the trip were
4 for J5a HIM 111 32.61 1112
ECOill40i1 1111 21.EE 1112 Regular Checking _. .. I. Commander James E. Westfall,
$- 70ilJ oo.1. KJilJ 11.13 22 H 4112 Special Checking i co-pilot, the command's VR Training
TUIimi NTIOH ILACKWAll ADD 100 ON II*TVIfllU THIS Safe Deposit Boxes !I j 1 }; Officer, and Lt. Commander
i
.
All Tins Plus Tax &.Exchon No $3.00 Add-On if Old Tr! Not Coppo l. .
Drive In Tellers 1 : !I ; Marcus J. Hessey, navigator, Assistant -

FRONT BIDSPECIAL 1 tE ROTATIONMOUNTING All Modern HankingFLORIDA( ouic'nlc'cc's : ... ...'/ X' J Enlisted VR Training crewmembers Officer. were

__
F -
!
FREE 7i Robert C. Hughes, ADR1, plane
TUIE.REPAIR Thomas ADR2,
; { captain; J. Duane,
assistant plane captain; Rodney G.

MAIN STRUT CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDI Peters, AT1, radio operator, and
I 171.& MAIN IS04( BlMtfof HilU Blvi.CWw 1244 H PAifHi.10 9.2011 NATIONAL BANKAT < Terry D. Owens, AE1, flight orderly -
EL 4.051 Shopping V 1ttMTM CMW 1 "Atrau... '." all of the NARTU Aircraft
ANOT"CROJSO, 0... .'rL PMtlM"OH LAKE SHORE Maintenance and
Department
M*. *Wed n/1T IK f ,..MM. .
.
ERNIE CRIII. M.... CARROLL CRIII' ,Mr. 461? SAN JUAN AVENUE 12 Blocks From Roosevelt Thomas J. Trotter, J03, from the
MEMBER F.D.I.C. NARTU Information and Recruiting

Department.Il .


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APPLIANCE and TELEVISION 1&; :j : '"

HAVE BEEN RECEIVED BY TYREE'S IN THE 1' 'J
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WE'RE I .
PAST 14 DAYS LOADED MORE !


ARRIVING DAILY ALL 63s MUST GO NOW! WE CAN'T WAIT! THIS IS IT! SAVINGS GUARANTEED! SHOP TYREE'S SAVE!


TELEVISION J I I STEREO' SPECIAL L PRICES

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NOT A 10" or 11" ..: a AND STEREO CONSOLES
OR EVEN A 16" HAVE BEEN MARKED -
;' I ;' t DOWN MANY WITH .1.
BUT A FULL SIZE :
"' ,
:'t j REDUCTIONS IN PRICE| _
0= I II, "'" 1 ; '0: ::!! 'i; Of 'MOO AND MORE. _

'I 19" TELEVISION PORTABLE 1i= ,I r ,.,I I:; Ii, _< .s1r: :;:; :...:.".;. _..."..-. ... SHOP .

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WESTINGHOUSE DELUXE STEREO ALL .
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WITH i .
MODEL PORTABLE TELEVISION AGENUINEWOOD CABINET MAHOOANr WALNUT CMIHT ARE
J AM-FM RADIO A STEAL AT ONlY NO CASIt$
NOW $12995 DDS $9995 NO DOWN CASH $9995 $17995 WITTHIIADE BHEW
LAST TIIMS EAST TEEMS c EAST niMt


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,:
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[ -j J FULLY AUTOMATIC LAUNDROMAT DRYER NOTICE! ..- ECONOMY MODEL -

2 CYCLES-MULTI SPEEDS NO SUCIAl I BRAND NEWFLOOR ..
WIRING 1 IS WE HAVE A QUANTITY OF MISCELLANEOUS SAMPLESNECESSARY

IUST nuc ITWTO CUSTOM MODEL WASHERS AND LOWEST -
WATER SAVER ANT 110 PRICE IN TOWN
VOLT OUTLET DRYERS! ALL ARE DRASTICALLY REDUCED -
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L' 7995 : .
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NOW EASY,TERMS AND l/f/ MONEY! W FULL SIZE! ..-.

YOU'RE INVITED TO COME IN
NO CASH DOWN
NO CASH DOWN BEST BUY
FULL 5 YEAR GUARANTEE ON THE AND CHECK THESE TREMENDOUS WITH TRADE
EASY TERMS ONTKKJTHAND
DRIVE MECHANISM! Of WRINttR
VALUES ON OUR FLOOR SAMPLES EASY TERMS
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CPO Club I Acey DvcyClub Bluejackets Inn WANT p4)3) :

Notes Doin's V section\

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Thursday, October 31 Thursday, October 31 Thursday, October 31
Teen Halloween Patio Dance, Costume Dance by the Chantels'', Dance Contest and Dance Featuring Ads should be mailed// to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive.
music by Night Shades 8 p.m. 8-1:00 a.m. Carl Boyd & The Rhythm Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesc/ay for publIcation / -
the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline
to ? Kings 8 p.m. 12:00: a.m. will be published the following week unless the publisher Is
Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
Friday, November 1 Friday, November 1 the ad must be received WITH the coPt (or the ode
Friday, November 1 DO NOT SEND CASH.
Dance to Mark Castle, 8-12:30: Dance Featuring Phil Cay and the
Dance to The Johnny Arnold Four p.m. Chantels 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) .$1.00
Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35

j Saturday, November 2 Saturday, November Saturday, November 2

Dance to Mark Castle Dance to Doe Ray and Me plus Dance Featuring March Wilson and
I FOR SALE BY OWNER---near
CHIEF'S BLUES, khaki's ((2 pr of
Two, 812:3p.m.. the Red Coats 8:00: p.m. to 1:00 NAS, schools, 3 bdrm, 2 baths, pants) and whites. Gabardine,

a.m. fenced yard, aircondltioning. $400 new cond. W-38 Coat 42L. $75.
Sunday, November 3 Sunday, November cash for all, take up VA pay- EV83432.
Sunday, November 3 ments. Call EV8-9784 or Ext.
J Dance; to Charley Jay Game Night 5:30: p.m. 7:30p.m.,
Dance to Bud Clark 8-11:30p.m. and 8162. HOUSES WANTED Six sales in
Dance Featuring Carl Boyd
past thirty days necessitate our
The Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m.to FOR SALE ELECTROLUX VAC- obtaining additional listings. If
Monday, November 4 Monday, November 4 12:00 a.m.Monday. CUM CLEANER Complete with all you want to sell-but fast call

Open Open Night November 4 attachments, perfect condition. W. J. Schub, 3561559. Ahearn
Pay off 2 payments of $10.25 each. Realty.
Dining and Dancing Call 3593387. Will deliver. AAA
November 5 Tuesday, November 5 &Vaccum CleanerCo.
Tuesday, Tuesday, November 5 Sewing Machine LADIES SPIEDEL (DENT
Open Game Night 7-10:30: p.m. BRACELET lost in vie. of P.O
Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. to 7:00:
and Bank.
Sentimental
engr.
p.m. Wrestling Slant Needle
Wednesday, November 6 Wednesday, November 6 Singer CONSOLE MODEL Finder call ext. 8597.
Wednesday November 6
Music by the Country Drifters Happy Hour 4-6:00: p.m., Juke Box One owner, like new, perfect con- ATTENTION NAVY! For the best
Dance follows Game Night 8:00: p.m.
dition, zig-zags, makes button- deal in used appliances see Hart's
holes. DOES THE WORKS, original Used
Appliances. 4781 Lenox Av.
price $300. Pay off balanceof Stove, ref, wash machine for
Navy Wives Navy Wives Club, held recently in $68.44 or take up payments of $97.10. All appliances guaranteedfor
Great Lakes, III She also servedas $8 monthly. Call 353-1946 or 90 days Hart, CPO, USN Ret.
NewsMrs. the assistant national secretary "0" CLUB 2462282. 'Call 388-622L
A-l SEWING MACHINE
during the Convention. Here in
Henry J. Wernet was named Jacksonville at the NWC #86 Mrs. EXCHANGE, INC. IMPORTANT TO SERVICEMEN-
National Pin Chairman at the 25th Wernet holds the office of presi-. Thursday, October 31 German Shepherd Dog owners
Annual National Convention of the dent. Happy Hour 3:30-6:00: p.m. Din- '62 Trailer 10' x 54', 3 BR $150 only. Call 2649625.
ner 6-9:00 p.m.Friday equity, assume mo. payments of
$81.48. 7716322.
November 1 FAIRFAX MANOR 4163 Shirley
St. 3BR, shingle bung. AC, WW
JAX NAVY Happy Hour 3:30-6:00 p.m. Din- Leaving City! Sacrifice my 58 carpet, LR & DR, sep gar & car-
ner 6-9:30 p.m. Tom Hill's De Soto Htp and '57 Plym. Sta. port. $14,000. Owner EV 85545.
Combo 8 p.m. 12 a.m. Wagon Both A-l- EV8-315L

FEDERAL CREDITUNION Saturday, November
2 FOR SALE Baldwin Spinet Organ .
Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Johnny 2 keyboards, 13 foot pedals -__ I Ii II I
Jelinek's Band 8:30 p.m.12:30: $800. Excellent condition. Phone I

Save NOW SaYt'y avh is Amount. a.m. 7712000.

3 yrs. 5 yrs. 1'0 yrs. Sunday, November 3 FOR SALE Poloroid 80A Land 11,i :

faith in $5 Mo. 186.66 318.3Q 673.50 Buffet Dinner 6-9:00 p.m. Camera, flash unit and wink light L
$40.00. Phone ext. 482. H. B. BASS
..... gl5 Mo, 559.97 955.49 2,028.83 Monday, November 4 Colby.
;
the future Happy Hour 3:30-6:00 p.m.
$25 Mo. 1,593.42 .
Tuesday, November 5 FOR SALE Ortega Hills 7413 )
Greenway Dr. S. 3 BR, 2 CB,
Featuring dishes of India
DIVIDEND4.8 I %Imithj t p.m. 6-9:00 Oak floors. EV9-7070.

Wednesday, November 6 FOR SALE '60 Lark Wagon. 1M.4
4 dr., auto-transm. A-l cond.
Happy Hour 3:30-6:00
: p.m.
$795. Phone SPI-3286.
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FOR "RENT House. 5344 Holly- y1JA.
s crest. 3 BR, kitchen elec. equip- M
ped, nr school & NAS. $85 mo. .4 .41'1 W:,,yNWid
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Mrs. Beverly Hudek, a Navy Exchange employee. The laundry,
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to 10 p.m. and from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sat. and Sun. (Navy Photo
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Movies Apprentice Club 1. Rich Poor M n'i Man's Tilt $99!

Price 4
Plans Meeting
Movies will be shown regularlyat i ,
7 p.m. on Monday through Saturday The NAS Jacksonville Apprentice All'I.Cts 7 $77
at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Club will hold a meetingon I ONLY
Saturday and Sunday, at the Main- November 12, 7:00 p.m. in
,
side and NATTU Theaters and at Building 953, classroom seven. I IS news Drllvereoo

7 p.m. only on Sunday at theHospital All apprentices are urged to I
Theater. These times are attend as important matters will
subject to change. be discussed, it was stated.

"Son" said his father sadly, 'S :NCr'
Thursday, October 31 "after four years of college, you're 8 FOR 88'011 qr
Mainside The Bat nothing but a loafer and a nui- GYES8
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The World In a Daze The silent for a mo-
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Mainside One Eyed Jacks coming down in a parachute in a
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downin Price fll t
Soldier: "I didn't come
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Stooges a chute. I went up in a tent." '' r I Poor Man's frlc
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Windy Ginny Halts .. .. 1' '. ..... .
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Due to the threat of hurricane Front nine Hospital An vs Mar ,of. ";'
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'i Glnny last Thursdaysgolf matches ines 3:00 p.rn.
were not played. Monday, October Back nine A/C Malnt. vs VP-30 ..

21 It was Admin over VP-30 "A" 3:00 p.m.THURSDAY.
\ "A" 7 1/2 to 1 1/2. Later It
NOVEMBER ?
,
was Ale Malnt. over FAETU
5 1/2 to 3 1/2. The match between Front nine VA-45 vs VAP-62 2:30

Hospital "A" and FAW-11 p.m.
I Front nine "B"
Hospital vsNARTU
was also postponed, so that ended
,
3:00
the matches for the week.Nextveek's p.m.
Back nine 679th
vs ComFalrJax
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER Back nine VP-7 vs VP-30"B"
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'Y_ \\\ : : {* M.tfit ./ planes are hangared at Herlong

\\ .- .( ".. \,.,....."' pd Field. Here Club president Lt.
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over a Cessna 150. The Club's
1kJ J-3 Cub is in the background.
.....;, t? Jax Flying Club Offers Club officials expressed their

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1i1ll.r By Mae Spencer_, J01 The only safe place to fall asleep
retired behind the wheel Is at a drivein -
r Have you ever had the wish to ( )
learn to fly but felt It was too The planes are hangared at Her theatre,---Tom Dodds, Family

PHONE A\\\l1\)\\ expensive? The Jax Navy Flying long from Field and the flights originate Safety.. . . .
355 there.
591 PARK ST. 571 Club may be the answer. The practice area
The Club now has six aircraft Is north of White House Field
available for the student where basic maneuvers are per
pilot to
Jet eautj aloti fly. These Include two T-34s, a formed.At ;: SPECIAL
J-3 Cub, a PA-17 Vagabond and the present time there are
the latest acquisitions Cessna 45 active members and 23 Inactive
NEXT T0 N'A'SJAX members (those persons on
150 and a Cessna 172.
STOP deployment). Of this number some
In and talk to us about our budget hair care Aspiring pilots can join the Club '
7070* are student pilots Tuesday and Thursday
for an initial entrance fee of$25.
plan! Tailored to your needs. SHAMPOO andS Other Club officials besides Lt.
There are $5 monthly dues and FAMILY NIGHT
MMB McKay are vice president, Lieu
ST each week plus permanents as often as needed.PER varying fees ranging from $4 an
R. A. of Patrol
tenant (jg) Popes
hour to $7 for operation of the Buttermilk, Buckwheat and Corn
aircraft, said Club president, Squadron-16; treasurer, E.J.
$1500 Lieutenant Harry McKay of the Lamb, ADC, Naval Air Mobile PANCAKES FREE
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Of to Children Under
Some 40 hours of flight time is Tanner, ATI, of Fighter Squadron Charge
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v
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the ONE place to radio Instruments and flying prac to Herlong on the Club meeting
tices. On November 1, the Club night--Tuesday at 7:00: p.m.or they Friday
call formoney will have the services of a full may contact Lt. McKay, ext. 8344or
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I TherrH.r Bowls 700 Team Effort Wins Top


Benson, AA Honors For Judo ClubThe nan or HBWBIHI1E1EE1GIUS"?

The desire of every bowler Is to series. combined efforts of the britton, 180 Ib. White Belt, and
)owl a 700 series and a 300 game Last Friday, October 25, Chief
Jax Navy Judo Club gave the team Julian Baird 195 Ib. White Belt,
ecently at the NAS Bowling Lanes, Therrel was presented a 700
the top spot In the tournamentand did not place In the tournament.
Cenneth W. Therrel, HMCS, of Disease Series certificate, a patch for his the team championship plague, The Junior Division of the Jax Let's get togetherand j
Vector Control Center, uniform, and a Insignia button for IiithoseTEMPORARY
In the Florida Invitational Tournament Navy Judo Club sent three mem-
Dowling for the Dispensary his lapel, by Jack Emch, Managerof held at Davis Armory, Orlando bers, but none of them placed in JOBS
[Pizzan's, realized one of these the NAS Bowling Lanes, Florida,last Sunday,October the competition. Those that attended Available now for
I dreams. After rolling a normal ,with compliments of the ABC 27. The tournament was sponsoredby were, 7 year old C.C.Jones, experienced office
182 game Chief Therrel never even Bowling Association. the Florida Judo Black Belt 9 year old Billy Lee, and 10 year workers throughletArD
I had a slightest thought of a 700 The 700jdub Is a very exclu- Association and was sanctioned by old Larry Parham.
series, but after rolling a sizzling sive organization and only a the Florida Association of AAU. Willie Jones and Charles Lipsey
265 In the second the 700 few bowlers In this area have the
game Scoring for the match was under both first place winners In their
series came Into view. Knowingthat privilege of belonging to It. Every the five point penalty system for weight class received trophies. In
he would have to roll another year the 700 Club members together
get the men and single elimination for the finals the number one man In
game of almost equal accuracy, and have a "roll off" to the boys. Black Belt Willie Jones each weight class squared off
Chief Therrel felt the pressure determine the best bowler In the won first place In the 135 lb. against each other. Jones and g eo
mounting. Shaking off some of the club. The exact site and time of and under class and Brown Belt Lipsey, both of Jacksonville, were
pressure Chief Therrel stepped to Charles Lipsey won first place In pitted against each other with Jones a division of .
the line and shattered the pine once the "roll off" have not yet been the 150 Ib. class and D. L. Stew- being the winner. In the next match ROBERT A. BRODEUR
more for a 259 game and a 706 conflfmed. art, Brown Belt, placed third In the Jones went up against Jack Personnel! Specialist
heavy weight division. Cliff A'M Williams, a 180 lb. second degree Rm 211 218 Wi Adams
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i Makeup Games Prove Highlights Intramural Football StandingsAmerican


League National LeagueW

..I Of Last Week's Gridiron Action W L W L
-- - - - - - -
A/C Maintenance 7 1 Communications 8 0
Gridiron play of the past week points. Scoring for VA-15 was hands of C&R, 12-13, and VP-7 vP-ro 4 2 VA-45 6 1
saw a lot of action. Monday, Oct- E.J. Melllgan and collecting the walked past V AP-62,20-6. Tabulating NAR1U 4 2 MARTD 3 3
ober 21, A/C Maint. rolled over VA-45 points were C. E. Clausen for Air Force 6V9thwas/ Hospital 4 2 VA-15 3 4
VAP-62, 180. Scoring for A/C with two TDs. and T.R. Ross, J. Dillman and D. Theriault while VP-7 3 3 Marines 3 5
Maint was J.W. Cron with one TD G. Cline, and B.R. Gosey with one carrying over the winners TDs V P-S2 1 6 679th 2 6
I and D.E. Patterson scoring the TD apiece. were D.L. Wetzel and R. Scarlattaand FAETU 0 8 o&R 1 7
4. other two TDs. Wednesdays' action saw two shut B. Brown accounted for the
Also on Monday afternoon it out games as VP-7 blanked winning one point margaln a point a Hollywood restaurant, the call this beer?"
was NARTU trouncing FAETU FAETU, 12-0, and A/C Maint. after touchdown. In the game between famous comedian, Eddie Cantor,. Eddie put on an expression of
306. Tabulating for the loosingteam stalled VP-30, 16-0. W.F. Hurleyand VP-7 and VAP-62, it was wearing a dinner coat, left his serious solicitude, took the glass*
was G.Mazza, and for the P. Curls scored the VP-7 B. Hurley scoring three TDs and table to step to the cigar counter.As from the disgruntled customer and
winners itwasJ.E.Belisarloscor- counters while J.W. Cron tallied C. Morton was credited with the he returned, a nearby diner downed the contents.
ing two TDs, and L.J. Bishop scor- two TDs and D. Orvina smashedIn safety. Scoring the lone TD for mistook him for a head-waiter and "Yes sir!" he said, licking his
ing the remaining three TDs. and lowered the boom to account VAP-62 was B. Carey. demanded complainingly "Do you lips. "I call that beerr'
Tuesday, October 22 Commun- for two saferys and four
ications downed Air Force 679th points to round out the A/C Maint.
24-14, and VA-45 steaming past total
VA-15, 306. Four Commun- Action on Thursday pitted &.Rand San Juan \
ications playerd got In the scoring VA-15 in a close game with
column T. Hayes; F. Strickland, VA-15 coming out the victor bya LoU.OffRoosevelt
D. Thompson, and E. Krnavic. slim one point margaln, 76.
The 679th points came as a result Tallying for O&R was R. Scarlata,
of two TDs and two safetys. while scoring for the winning
R. Evans and G. Leland scored VA-15 team was L. Jones with ) ,
the TDs and the defensive play of the TD and E.J. Melligan account- .
C.E. Albriten accounted for the one Ing for the extra point. 'H
safety and the remaining two On the opposite field Commun- .
ications blanked the Marines 180. iUMPll .
E. Krnavek tallied two TDs while .
aIL
D. Thompson accounted for the remaining -
fUEL OIL six points.A .

make up game between Hosp- '-
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Automatic Delivery ital and VP-30 has been scheduledfor -
Accounts Insured Free. November 1, on Stadium Field.
Also on November 1, NARTU and
Expert Heating FAETU square off in a make up OPEN
game on the Parade Grounds field. ; "

Service Two make up games highlighed
last weeks play as Air Force ........,
O 679th went down to defeat at the
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CFJ Nov. CLEAN USED CARS!


Net Tourney


389-8823 Detachment All units of are the urged JAX Fleet to par-Air 48 HOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.!'


ticipate In the ComFairJax volley 63 FAIRLANE 500 . . .$2495 62 FORD .XL CONY:. . .$2395
ball tournament held on Novem- 2 Dr. Hardtop, V-8, Auto. Trans., Power Bucket Seats, V-8, Auto. Trans., Radio,
ber 12-15 In the Malnslde gym. Steering. Red With Matching Interior, Heater, P. Steering, Red with Whit Top
The tournament will be a double elimination Fact. New Car Warranty. 62 MONZA . . . .$1795

match and National Vol- 63 GALAXIE 500 . . .$2595 2-Door, 4-Speed, Floor Shift, White with
leyball Association-AAU rules will- 4 Dr. Hardtop, V-8, Auto. Trans. R&H, Red Vinyl Interior.
govern the play. Awards will be Power Steering. 62 FORD GALAXIE . . ..$1995
1 presented to the winning team, '
each member of the winning team 63 FORD GALAXIE 500 .. .$2895 4-Dr. Sedan, Auto. Trans. R&H, Air Cond

and to the second place team. 4-Dr., H.T., V-8, Auto. Trans., Power 61 FALCON . . . .$995
Rosters will consist of no more Steering, Fact. Air Cond. Beautiful Red. 4-Door Standard Trans., Radio, Heater

than 12 men on a team. Mem- 63 IMPALA SPT. COUPE . .$2795 61 TEMPEST . . . .$1495
bers of a team must belong to V-8, AT, R&H, P. steering, White with 4 Door, Auto. Trans. .R&H, Extra Nice.
the unit to which they are attached Red Interior. 61 CHEVROLET BEL AIR . .$1595
WESTSIDE no combined teams will be allowed 62 FAIRLANE 500 . . .$1695 4-Dr., V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H, Air Cond.
it was stated. V-8, Stand. Shift Radio & Heater. 60 FORD GALAXIE . . .$1195
All units,desiring to enter the 62 FORD ft TON PICKUP . .$1595 t Dr., Hardtop, V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H,
tournament, required to notify, G Cyl. Clean. Power Steering. .
In writing, the ComFalrJax Ser- 62 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE .$2395
SERtIING vice Information Officer, NASJax, Auto. Trans., R&H, P. s. 57 PLYMOUTH SEDAN . .$295
SOUTHWEST Building 1, Room 218, Ph. EV 62 GALAXIE 500. . . $2495 4-door, V-8, Automatic trans, R&II
DUVAL 9-7711, Ext. 592 or 8564, priorto TRIUMPH TR-3 . . .
R&H Power
4 Door, Auto. Trans., Steering -
COUNTY
9:00 a.m. November 8. No entries & Radio and heater, Extra nice.
WITH Brakes, Fact. Air Conditioning.
COMPLETE will be accepted after this 62 FAIRLANE 500 . . .$1695 57 FORD . . . .$595
CONVENIENT MODERN date. Auto. Trans., Radio & Heater, V-8. 2-Dr., G Cyl., R&H, A Bargain.
COMMERCIAL Entry blanks must Include the 62 CHEVROLET BEL AIR . .$2295 57 PLYMOUTH . . .$495
SERVICES BANKING players file number name or, rank service or rate number., and 4 Door, V-8, Mil, Power Steering, Like 4 Dr. Sedan, V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H,
4MOVA1 New. Air Conditioned. Power Steering.wwwwr .
4 Units outside of the Jacksonvillearea

Mw..TA.1 JO AMJ0PM are to report TAD, no cost,
Dnw.h LIL.JOAMd9OpM to the Commanding Officer, Flag
fnA.t JO AM.I IM.AD..,...
Administrative Unit, ComFalrJax, Z
I,I ti NAS JAX, Building 1, room 218. r 1
The team captains will meet in
the ComFairJax Service Infor- 5 .I
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mation Office at 9:00 a.m., Nov-
ember 8, to iron out the final

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