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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and net to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or servloe..avertlsed.

Vol. 21 No. 35 JACKSONVillE FLORIDA Hov..b 7, 1963




VETERANS DAY '1963 Fund Drive Money Counting Nears .j

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATESOF



PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS AMERICAA End With Over $48,000 + Pledges


the Congress has designated the eleventh of Novem-

ber as a legal holiday known as Veterans Day and dedicated to the Counting of the United Community -

cause of world peace (Act of May 13, 1938, 52 Stat. 351, as amended Services Campaign funds was

((5 U.S.C. 87a)); and nearly completed today, with a

report of $48,313,09 being giventhe

WHEREAS, this day has an Important dual significance In thatIt Treasurer of the Navy-Duval

gives each one of us an opportunity both to pay due honors to the x" f Steering Committee, J.H. Lee.

!dedicated men and women of all races and religious beliefs who have This figure represents the cash

honorably served In our Armed Forces In time of war and to reemphasize that has been collected toward the

our determination to achieve world peace with patience and $53,815,70 pledged by military and

perseverance, and with courage; and civilian employees only within NAS

Jacksonville. A report from Cecil

WHEREAS each of should Field shows that an unofficial tabulation
one us have an opportunity to participate

In publicly observing the twofold purpose of this day; + f } srw of $4,430.53 has been I
collected against a pledge of ;

No total was available
NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOHN F. KENNEDY, President of the United $4,444.88. 'I
from NS at time
States of America, call upon the people of this nation to observe Mayport press
because of late pending
Monday, November 11, as Veterans Day, remembering those who reports
from In areas.
have borne the burden In time of war and resolving with one accordto ships operating
this Treasurer Lee
achieve a just and lasting peace throughout the world. r Again year
Is being assisted In counting the

UCS funds members of the !
I request the officials of the Federal and State Governments to by
Jacksonville Wives Club. The
work together with the Veterans Day National Committee that this Navy 'I
committee headed Mrs. Ellen
day be appropriately commemorated by exercises and ceremonies In by if j
Day, Is comprised of Mrs. Frankie
every part of our country. G > t
r.. r.r. Wells, Mrs.Daisy Toothaker,Mrs.

Wernet, club president, and \
I also direct the appropriate officials of the Government to arrange Nancy j

for the display of the flag of the United States on all public UPWARDS OF $5 qooo toward UCS Drivels counted by Navy Wives Mrs.These Theresa Hagan.have devoted

buildings on Veterans Day. Club members and J.H. Lee, Treasurer of the Navy.-Duval Steer women
hours" In opening enve-
ing Committee. The volunteer women are (L io R1Mrs. Frankle "many

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and causedthe Wells, Mrs. Ellen Day, Mr,. Theresa Hagan Mrs. Daisy Toothaker lopes,the counting funds Information, and assem-for (

Seal of the United States to be affixed. and Mrs. Nancy Wernet. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JO1)) bling the headquarters report accordingto

Lee.
DONE at the City of Washington this first day of October In the
Last Tuesday Mrs. Day, on behalf -
of our Lord nineteen hundred and and of the Inde-
year sixty-three, Renovation
BeginsAt of the Navy Wives Club, pre-
pendence of the United States of America the one hundred and eighty- of
sented a check In the amount

eighth.By $50 toward the overall goal, then,

NAS without hesitation, called the committee -
the President: /sJohn F. Kenned) Commissary back to work opening enve-

/sDean RuskSecretary of State By Harold Benson, AA lopes and counting contributions.

The NAS Commissary Store is now In the first phase of an extensive It Is expected that a complete tally

renovation and expansive I project. This phase, at will be available next week.
*
Safe Driving Clinic Offers a cost of less than $100,000 financed by the Commissary Store Re- F AW.11 Over The Top

serve Fund, Is expected to be completed by the first of 1964. The final total of contributions to

Chance SkillsBy The total cost of the entire pro-
To Test the United Community Services
ject will be over $300,000. When with the layout of the super mar- Campaign has not yet been reachedbut

completed the Navy shopper will kets In the area.
Mae Spencer, JOl as far as the mlUtary'sparticipatlon -
have a Commissary comparable The final phase of the construc-
Is concerned it appearsone
A Safe Driving Clinic will be tion Is expected to be completed by
major Navy organization has
held aboard the station from Dec- mid summer.
7j been Instrumental In helping to
ember 2 through December 7. ; 11; Work began on October 24 under \
spearhead the drive to a success.
The Clinic Is being brought here a contract let to'the Danlee Con-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, with five.
by the Mays Allied Van Lines under 7 struction Company.The "
\ turnedIn
patrol squadrons assigned
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.
the auspices of the NAS Safety i !j <: present project encom-
an unprecedented"overthetop"total
Superintendent Charles Able. .. 1 passes the relocation of the office -
of 220 of Its self-
percent
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The mobile classroom equippedwith spaces In order to provide a
established This
goal per-
the DRIVOTRON training device larger check out area. Check out target
amounts in dollars'and
will be located adjacent to stands will be Increased from nine centage
cents to $5,935.16.Leading .
the, Naval Air Mobile TrainingUnit V to 11. This Is expected to reduce the antisubmarine air

Building 702,corner of York- r the waiting time considerably.Also units was PatrolSquadron 16 whose

town and Jason Streets. new equipment will be Installed ,
members donated $1,791.32 or 142
The DRIVOTRON System enables rTh for all frozen foods, Ice
: j jr percent of their goal.
the veteran operator to cream, and produce. Grocery
however
'' Not to be outdone, ,
"drive" realistically through all ": 1i 1/ shelves will be replaced. The
Patrol Squadron Five, even though
types of situations, and face emergencies i '.,r<'; .1'# butcher shop will be renovated and
deployed to Sigonella, Sicily,
that only a lifetime of experience Jy/> t) thus provide a modern meat
during the drive,came through witha
could is usedIn 1" department.
duplicate. : '): close second with $1,500 in con-
conjuction with a specially pre- t ,1 ye, I Lieutenant Commander D. G. tributions or 126 percent of Itsgoal.

pared training film, In which sit- Frank, Officer-in-Charge of the '

uations are projected on a cur- Commissary Store said there
i i Patrol Squadron Seven and the
ved screen for added realism. A :.-1. .# would be no price Increases due

recorder automatically records AND ONE MAKES THREE Sandra A. Rhodes, in company with to the renovation project. (Continued On Page 8))

every driver action on a continuous her mother and father, takes the oath of enlistment as a YN3 undera During construction customers Deadline for copy for the Nov

graph from start to the finish of special rating program into VA743. Lt. Cdr. L.T. Sharp of NARTU may inconvenienced some extent ember 14 issue of the Jax Air ;

the test drive. This provides the conducted the ceremony. See story page 4 (Navy Photo by Jim but it will be kept toamlnlmum.i t News will be 12:00 Noon, Fri.

Instructor with a permanent re- Trotter, ) (Continued On Page 3)) day, November 8.

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You Enhance Prestige Is a report of motor : 1 .
vehicle accidents and traffic vio-
lations for period October 27 The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

A study Is currently being made by the Secretary of the Navy iran through November 2. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
effort to formulate Ideas designed. to enhance the prestige of the Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
Navy man and his family. possible, the physical and mental NUMBER OF-ACCIDENTS private
Through the offices of the Chief of NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
qualifications required recruits -
of Information In Washington D.C., In our recruiting program. This week (period Oct. 27 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before

naval district commandants end 10)) Encourage the Navy League, thru Nov. 2)) .6 publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
EV9.7711, Ext. 8162.
commanders throughout the Navy Total accidents this throughNov. Telephone
Clvltan Club and other local year
solicited the publisher and
Department were asked to submit .235 Advertisements queries
2
organizations to invite represent- concerning such should be directed to the Holt] Publishing
recommendations and suggestionsas from commands in the Number of accidents thru Nov-
atives area. Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida...
4724
.. part of the survey. This representation would Include ember 1962 . .238 Company 3590271.
359.4040 or
Telephone
The following list orsuggestions junior officers and career rated Number of days since last Injury -
were furnished ChinFo by the staff men. In motor vehicle accident 64
of Commander Naval Air Bases, Seek to place VOL. 21 NO. 35 NOVEMBER ?, 1963
11)) opportunities
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
Sixth Naval District, Rear Admiral career enlisted men and officerson

Rober Goldthwaite: panel-type radio and television week . . 71

1)) Consider replacing the title shows on matters not only pertaining \.-, Speeding . . 25 Editorial/ /
"Petty Officer" with the more appropriate to the military but to the community Reckless driving . 1
name "Non Commissioned Going through stop sign .3

Officer" or other appropriatetitle. 12)) Open recruiting duty to any Other violations . 42 Veterans Day Memo:
Too long'we have waited to qualified rated man. Currently only Thirty-three drivers appeared
consider this important factor. The certain ratings are permitted before the Traffic Hearing Boardat

rated enlisted man of today's NavyIs to apply for this duty. Many out- the meeting held on November AllIs
much more Important than his standing rated men who can do much 4. Disposition of the cases Includethe It Is a Day for

present title connotates. for community relations Inthissen- following: 19 lost driving and
2)) Strongly encourage our naval sitive billet are always available. parking privileges aboard stationfor old-fashioned patriotism "corny"?
personnel to vote locally and 13) Encourage all commandants various periods; 13 assignedto If you happen to believe it isn't and that America could use

nationally. We are dragging our within the continental limits of the complete an eight-hour coursein more of it. .then circle November 11 on your calendar.
feet in this respect, and It is time United States to issue instructions remedial driving Instructions; It's Veterans Day.A .

we should be heard more vigorous- prohibiting naval personnel from nine received suspended penalties; day dedicated. to world peace a day to recall our past ach-

-ly., hitchiking, and such instructions be seven were given warnings; two ievements in striving to bring peace to the world.In .
3)) Encourage local transportation rigidly enforced. were dismissed and three were 1917, American doughboys fought "the war to end wars." Some

companies to provide adequate 14)) Organize special groups of referred to commanding officersfor 20 years later, a newer, younger generation again took up arms In a
transportation to take care of naval rated men to visit industry, col- possible disciplinary action. bigger. more terrible .conflict: World War II.

personnel and dependents to and leges, high schools, etc., to give In 1950, South Korea was overrun. And again Americans along
from naval stations. briefings concerning careers followed Take Care with men from other United Nations lands, stopped the aggression.This .

4)) Educate our personnel tobud in the enlisted rnks. For year .Veterans Day 1963 Americans In uniform stand
get and live within their means. instance, a business college could guard at the Berlin wall. Americans In Southeast Asian rice paddies
5)) Permit and encourage shore be visited by a group from the When Moving teach vllligers defensive anti-guerilla tactics.
and fleet activities to provide representation Veterans Is a for all Americans
administrative rates. Day day not just the 22 million
where feasible to local 15)) Encourage young officers to InjuredAccidents men and women who served our nation In time of war. On this Vet-
organizations such as press clubs, revisit while on leave the colleges erans Day we can all rededicate ourselves to the life, liberty and

chambers of commerce etc. Auth- from which they graduated or were resulting In Injury happiness we enjoy under Old Glory.On .
orize the of dues for
payment parti- enrolled. often Include the necessity of moving this day, all Americans, veterans and non-veterans, militaryand

cipants.Institute for 16)) Have a more positive pro- the victim short or long civilian can give thanks together that we live In a land where
6)) measures reg- gram for Informing the public In distances. The main objective In the sacrifices of ordinary citizens during our nation's crises h've
ular raises such .
provided pay the Civil Service as are mem-now matters concerning the facts that moving an Injured body is to pre preserved the freedom we enjoy. (AFPS) Ian

bers. Tone down national publicity the military DOES pay income tax, vent it from twisting bending and
DOES pay for social security, shaking.
one each pay raise. Happy Birthday
7)) Demand the highest qualities DOES pay for housing; officers pay Don't move an accident victim Injured person In a sitting
.w- of personal behavior of our per- for uniforms and also messes aboard until after first aid treatment is position while the victim placeshis

sonnel. Any infraction always appears ship, etc. given and an examination has been arms around the necks of the MarinesAn
magnified to the civil 17)) Encourage all naval personnel made to determine the extent of carriers. A straight-back chair
pop- to participate In civic activities suchas anniversary greeting from
ulace. the Injury. In sudden emergencies can be used to carry certain typesof
school, church, etc., and General David M.Shoup, Comman-
where the victim be Injured
may persons. A blanket
8)) Dignify the uniform by designand dant of the Marine ....
18) Maintain a continuing effortto the Corps.
lying on road it be
seek to Instill the highest degree may neces- placed under the victim can be
of pride in the wearing of place before a local community sary to move the victim before an used to move him short distances. Sunday, November 10, the 188th
| the of milItary Anniversary of the founding of our
the uniform. To this 1 advantages having a examination in order: to preventthe A seriously Injured person
installation nearby; mer- should be Corps, finds Marines around the
possibility of a kept
end eliminate the white uniform and motor vehicle as straight as
chants' benefit; community chest from world poised and ready as alwaysto
possible.
white hat and replace with a blue running over the injured Use a stretcher or
uniform of light weight material.A campaign; emergency aid; etc. person (this has happened). Improvise a litter of boards or perform our traditional role as

should replace the white hat. On some minor injuries you poles. If these are not available, the Nation's amphibious force-in-
cap These are just a few of the recommendations can the victim It readiness.Our .
assist be
The enlisted service dress uniform i and by placing may necessary to use an
suggestions your arm around his waist and eight-man team to the traditions as professional
should be support
changed to provide a
considered. Thou-
presently being his arm around your neck. Two victim's body In fighting men are founded on a heritage
a
practical but dressy uniform that straight position -
sands
thousands
upon never reach
people clasping hands of service, selfless loyalty,
can during
is not only good looking and tailor pen and paper although they are carry moving. and past achievements. While we

made in appearance, but pract- voiced daily over a casual cup of are justifiably proud of past accomplishments -
ical in respect to such things as coffee. If more of these "casual" we realize that the
... _not showing spots, not easily wrink- conversations were Into the writ
put of cannot
gallant
led, is shrink proof and Inexpensiveto ten word perhaps they might become To Those Who Have Served Through The YearsVETERANS assure our men freedom yesterday of tomorrow.

maintain. a reality or at least helpto
Therefore be proudof
we
can equally
9)) Raise to the highest degreeS
stem other similar Ideas Into
our Corps as it stands today
FOOF'S SPOOFS becoming realities.A prepared to strike hard and fast

when the need arises.
good way to voice your oppln- :Y a7, nlr I am confident thatMarlneswlll
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f ALL HE AUfOG IN Ion is through YOUR newspaper, y ,,1''ti r meet the challenges of the future
the Jax Air News. This editorial
-THE UNITED STATES
with the same high sense of valor,
WERE f PLACED END1D section Is very much YOUR section loyalty, and steadfast deter-
where YOU about
Inquire an-
may mination which has characterizedour
END IT WOULD BESUNOAYAFYERNOON.
sers to questions, promote Ideas
beginnings -
since Its earliest
such as we are now discussing or = ?l corps
nearly 200 ago. A
years
express YOUR views on generalities. -
Marine Corps strong In heart
strong In spirit, and strong In
So, following that next leadership 71 [J.. (j // r ) arms Is the best assurance of pre
discus ion or "casual" confab serving the heritage passed on to
f ; 'amongst your fellow shipmates, col- us by generations of Marines since

lect your Ideas, write them down 1775.
''S ( h. and mall them to Letters to the DAY To all Marines throughout the
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'"' If Box 2, USNAS, Jacksonville 12, on the 188th Anniversary of our

r- N r Fla. We'll be glad to hear from ,;I @ ] ] 1rJ{) Beloved Corps, I extend my heartiest

you. ";,rf' congratulations and my very
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Talented ? Audition For Marines To Celebrate Birthday With Dances I

Marines in Jacksonville area affairs. get festivities underway at the
join with "Leathernecks" all over The Officer's Ball will be heldat CPO Club at Cecil Field en November -

'Orginal Amateur Hour'Talented the world this week to celebratethe the Officers Recreational 9, with a social hour followed
188th Anniversary of the found- Facility at NAS Cecil Field, Friday by the cake cutting cere-
Ing of the United States Marine November 8. Rear Admiral mony at 9 p.m.Sergeants .
military personnel and dependents within the Jacksonvillearea Corps. Robert Goldthwaite will be the and lower rank Mar-
are being offered an opportunity to audition before the staff of Lieutenant Colonel Lloyd B. honored guest. lnes hold their Birthday Ball on
Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour, according to the Jackson- Dochterman, commanding officerof Staff NCO's and their guests will November 9, at the Bluejacket's
ville Chamber of Commerce. the Marine Air Reserve TrainIng Inn, commencing at 7 p.rn.VP30 .

formers Auditions for to shows select amateur to be shown per- all types of talent..solos, duos, during Detachment traditional will ceremonies cut..!the cake at Wife Has Best Soup Recipe |I

instrumentalists,
groups..singers,
over a 160 station television each of the three Birthday Ball Three house- six finalists ceremonies I
network Nov.4 comedians, novelty acts, etc. It NAS MEMPHIS-- during Navy Day
began on Monday, ,
wives made it Ladies Day at Navy at the U.S. Naval Air
and will for is our hope to be able to show the
month. run approximately one nation the high calibre and wide Memphis recently as they capturedtop Station Mephfs, Tenn. .- 1
honors and $500 in prizes in Mrs. Myrtle Miller, a 72-year-
General auditions held range of,amateur talent that exists Safe Drivlnf
are being Bean VII the old from Cov-
In the the Wash- in the greater Jacksonville area. Operation Soup annual great grandmother
evenings at George for the best bean Tenn. the second
hunt Navy ington, won
We Interested
to attract
ington Hotel in Jacksonville. How- expect (Continued From Page 1))
place prize of $150. Third place
recipe.
if Interested performers from as far away as 150 soup
ever, enough military miles." Judges awarded first place and and $100 went to Mrs. James J.
personnel and military dependents This series of auditions could cord to aid In determining the $250 to Mrs. Robert Wagner of Caires of 235 Summer St., lUng:,
for auditions it be
apply may send some local talent on the roadto driver's judgement, skill, and ultimately 1225 Northwood Rd., Jacksonville, ham Mass.
hold their auditions
possible to fame in show business. Fisher his driving habits and at- FaL the wife of a Navy Lieutenant The three winners received,
either at NAS Jacksonville or titudes. Commander of Patrol Squadron trophies In addition to their cash
pointed outthatmanyofthenation'stop
NAS Cecil Field, it was said. professional performers beganon Used as a diagnosis device, the 30, after sampling the recipes of prizes.
To apply for an audition, one ..
DRIVOTRON is designed to pointout
The Amateur Hour.
should send their name, ,
age Some of the more famous proper driving habits and attitudes AIR CONDITIONED CAUTY RUT MED|
address and type of talent toTed commerical
Mack Auditions, Box 538Jacksonville graduates of the well-known opportunity among "NEAR GOOD RESTAURANTS AND
drivers. THE DRIVOTRON can aid
show Frank Sinatra
Fla. and are ORANGE PARK DOO TRACK"
Military personnel
in determining driver's skill,good
Connie Francis, Theresa Brewer,
further
military dependents are
and attitudes when
judgment proper
Mimi Benzell, Frank Fontaine,
asked indicate that of
to they are
combined with other
In Paul Winchell, Jerry Vale and accepted Cottington Motel
a military or dependent status
It
others. screening procedures, was re-
order that on-station auditions can many vealed.
For additional audition Information 17-3 MILES SOUTH of
030 U. 8. HIWAY .
be arranged. Also, acts are re- .
The driver controls the outcomeof
call Jacksonville AIR STATION
whetheror Joe Kelly, JACKSONVILLE NAVAL
quested to specify as to
each situation. The action on
Chamber of
Area Commerce
,
not they will need piano ac- EL 3-616L the wide angle screen projected

companiment. directly in front of him speedsup Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottlngton Orange Park, Fla.
Applications should be mailedas when he accelerates slowdownor
RenovationContinued Owners and Managers Phone 264.2221
soon as possible. stops when he brakes. By his
Estimated as the largest and own actions behind the wheel of
most extensive talent search to ( From Page 1)) the DRIVOTRON simulator, the a!
be held In this area, the talent
ever driver avoids becomes InvolvedIn
scouts for Ted Mack's Amateur Understanding the customers' and part cooperation will be greatly on- an accident.or Where to turn for money? ,I sQ
Hour hope to find a wide varietyof
appreciated said Crd. Frank.Thestore The DRIVOTRON vehicle is
acts for the popular nation- may be closed a few days equipped with all the esential ele- :,/
wide television show. during the construction but this ments and controls used in stand- i\
Ted Mack's representative, will be held to a minimum he said. ard vehicles. The driver is placedin
Albert Fisher, in a luncheon meetIng Resident Offlcer-in-Charge of the situation of actual driving
for the Chamber of Commerce .
conditions through additional realistic -
Construction for the project is
Public Relations Committee OP Captain James A. Bently, NAS simulation provided by clutch (
Monday said, "We are looking for Public Works Officer. "friction" point, brake pedal
"pressure", motor "noises" increasing -
with acceleration and true

turning motion and steering"feeling"

4 r Each class. is expected to last

30 minutes and they will be 5

scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00
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Anyone interested in attendingthe
Clinic which is open to mil-

itary personnel and dependents,
may submit their name to the Security -
Department no later than
November 22. The Security Department -
will schedule the, individuals -
and let their activity -

known the dates and hours of

: their attendance. Dependents desiring -

y/ ; sions 393 to attend or 600 may for scheduling.call exten- More servicemen go to HFC! ;

Parking will be permitted on
the road shoulders of Jason Street Need money for a good purpose? See an HFC r

for persons attending the Safe military loan specialist. He knows how to meet

Driving Clinic, it was announced. your exact money needs.

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MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
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EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS Ask about Credit $iM 5.93 7.29 10.01 18.48
3iV'A 241 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.91
Life Insurance
r' 311 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45
on loansat 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
42.66 59.35 109.80CMTgeS
1 Vt group rates .rl a..prl.d.,.J% ..Iktt pt tftcludultj
; FURNISHED $65.00 ....,,, MOTCM.* txtttJtmf$300fnd
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UNFURNISHED $55JOO

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Cedar Hills Shopping Center :
DRIVING CONTROL on the DRIVOTRON is demonstrated by Leroy 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 '
Toney, a professional driver, as he obeys the traffic.signs REAL TORS.INSURORS
shown on the film (Insert) while he moves at 30 MPH. Operating 588 S. EdgewoodEV 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 j

controls, identical to those on the standard auto permit realistic 4-6444 CO 4-9442 Above office open Friday evenln$ until P.M. I
simulation. The DRIVOTROM will be here December 27.



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I PO How Sclls Sacvlng Stamps 1st Fla. Army

Civil Servant
United States Savings Stamps can Savings Stamps, when affixed In tm f faa
now be purchased at the NAS Post the official stamp books, can be
Receives
Office, It was announced this week redeemed for cash at any post AwardMrs.
by Post Office Superintendent W.R office, or applied at their cash
L. ,.id. value In United States
purchasing Willie Mae Hefner d I (< .
The stamps are available in denominations Bonds. }
Savings
Ovington Rd., Jack onviHi, (', 7'-
of 10 cents, 25 cents Superintendent Land said that i q a first civilian employee hir-o
and $1.00. Stamp books, In which the bonds be a r rS-
may bought only at state of Florida by the LUn; :
the purchaser can place his banks while Savings Stamps are Reserve headquarters
stamps, are available also, with- sold ( v''
only by the Post Military District) when I'< .
out charge.
any Office.
If established here
in 1946, ha:
presented the Departrm

.f'..?. MOW RflflKIHfl CARIBBEAN,WEST INDIES Army's Certificate Acha
and SOUTH AMERICA for "outstanding perforn

Cruises for Winter and Spring.WECIAL duty, which has reflected
credit upon herself and the .o
CHRISTMAS CRVISRS NOW 'AVMLAfil Army in the Jacksonville "x "
WORLD-WIDE PERSONALIZED SERVICE
The certificate
was pre t: i ICJ:
Anywhere Everywhere. Anytime w Mrs. Hefner during informal, ,;;ce.
Independent or Conducted Tours and Cruises FIRST FLORIDA Army Reserve civilian employee, Mrs. Willie Mae monies by Lieutenant Colcn: !

Hefner, receives a certificate of achievement from Lt. Col. J. F. Jacob F. Wagner, Commanding' 'I..
Nrllrnl Wagner during ceremonies at IV U.S. Army Corps headquarters. facer, Jacksonville Subsertor,

Observing the presentation are (L to R) Maj. J.W. Wilson, Supply Command, IV U.S. Army Corps,,
218 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE EL 4-4629 Officer; R.E. Moody, Unit Aide; and F.M. Hedstrom, Asst. Supply forwhomshe works as secretor'
Officer. (Army Reserve Photo) the position she has held with+
that organization for the past lf
,
''-+W < \ ) :';'':;:-J:,:; <: % years.
-- .\\: .' < <' : Dad Mom
., .>i\-, ''\ti DaughterAll
< V""':"' : ';r;).,.;;/z nJZ : : Now completing 23 years as
with the
secretary federalgovernment -

/ # Naval ReservistsMiss Mrs. Hefner began her Civil
v) clIA I Service career at the Jackson
1 --;.;; If yule U.S. Naval Air Station priorto

Sandra A. Rhodes of MiamiIs Kearney T. Rhodes, aviation ord- World War II, later working with

l, the third member of her family nanceman first class, and her the Army Finance Office here
,//11li in the Naval Air Reserve mother Rhodes for some two years and then for
I.
I / Dorothy yeoman
;
BUICK :{ Sandra 20, was sworn Into first class, who also are both attached one year as Personal Affairs Con-
Aviation AntI-Submarine Squadron toAntl-submarlneSquadron sultant for the Department of ArmyIn
743 on October 19 by Lieutenant the Jacksonville Post Office

I fr4 Commander L.T. Sharp at the 743.Sandra, a sophomore at Dade The Subsector Command is one
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit of five such organizations pre-
County Junior College, Is a part
(
591 PARK ST. PHONE 355-6571 t tW,\ In Jacksonville. time secretary. She was sworn sently located throughout the state
of Florida for
..... Looking on .were her father. Into the Naval Air Reserve as administering con-
-- --- ------- --
a third class yeoman under the trol and training of all U.S Army
Navy's special rating program.Mrs. Reservists In the state. The five
Rhodes joined the Naval Air subsectors are subordinate unitsto
the Florida Sector Command,
Reserve under the same programlast
year. headed by Colonel Eugene H. Wal-

)! The Rhodes family lives at 2800 ter, the organization formed upon
S.W. 22nd Avenue In Miami and deactivation of the Florida Mil
: attends drills monthly at NARTU itary District by which Mrs. Hef-
Jacksonville. ner was first employed.
I .
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CPO Club Will


t J,:':,'.. .."'f. Hold 2nd Las
'"
r : : Yqas NightThe

I kIL Chief Petty Officer's Club

LEGENDARY : will hold their second annual Las
:I Vegas night tomorrow beginningat
4:30: p.m.
BAYBERRY This is the game night and
EN open house the Club holds to raise
funds for the annual Christmas
CANDLES party for under privileged child-
ren. The first one was held
I MJ m{ m :?: <*; : .:i % WI Oct. 10 and netted nearly half of
-
ir i: the amound needed.

... m tN The games will be set up in
1:3R the and room
dining
room parry
,.. ..,
I
<:: with Hour the entire
/ ? Happy going
/ j .k'1:\: L4: *
"'- : I(: J w night In the game rooms. John
I Ir
Arnold and band will entertain in
.' ) WHEN YOU OPENA the Harris Room.
NEW CHRISTMAS "We expect a large turnout of

JVf CLUB ACCOUNTA chiefs, wives and guests for this
night," Club President Bill Bain
.f pair of bayberryscentedcandles said, "as this is going to be a
of Christmas lot of fun and Is for good cause."
BILLS HAVE YOU GROUNDED ? Green, attractively gift pack The Advisory Board, sponsorsof
aged, is waiting for you the game night and Christmas
when you open a new party said they are In need of
CHRISTMAS CLUBI! Start additional help to operate the
See Seaboard fora loan. Whenever need
you money, and assistin
yours now get these games. Anyone desiring to
don't worry, see Seaboard. Seaboard rents money. Holiday Candles. the operation are requested to
For extra fast service call GySgt. Wes Ward, Ext. 400
telephone for a personal (and
WESTSIDE or 8572 If off base.
:
confidential) appointment. The Advisory Board has 104

youngsters to buy clothes, toys
SERBORRO rmm COMPANY 9JI and have a party for this year.
The names, ages and sex of the

LOANS to $600 I un LANDING youngsters are furnished by the

215 Lynch Building, Jacksonville 34 West Duval St., Jacksonville OlHtVAIC 771-0101 1 Duval County Welfare Board. The
total bill will amount to approxi
Telephone ELgin 61251 Member
Telephone F.D.I.C.
ELgin 63311
mately $2500 but will result in
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1963 JAX AIR NEWS PACES .



Bluejackets Inn Acey Etocy "0" CLUB Cio: CI..L Note) Capple Saturday combO November 8:30 12:30 9 p.ta

Thursday November 7 Sunday, November 10
Doin'sThursday ClubThursday Thursday, November 7 Mach four 8:3011:30 p.m.
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Monday, November 11
November 7 Dinner 6-9:00: p.m. Happy Hour 330.5:30 p.m. Holiday

Dance to the Country Drifters Friday, November 8 Tuesday, November 12
November 7 November
Friday, 8
Dance Contest and Dance featur- Friday, November 8 Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. Music by Charley Game Night 8:00 p.m.
Jay, until Midnight GameNight and Las Vegas night Wednesday, November 13
ing March Wilson and the Red Dance Music the
to by Chantek music by Johnny Arnold 4:30p.m. Western Night Country Driftersto
Red night Coats 8:00: p.m. to MId- Saturday, November 9 Saturday, November 9 2:00 a.m. 7:30.1130:\ p.m.

Dinner 6-9&0 Music ,
p.m. by Johnny
Dance to Music by Doe, Ray, Me
Arnold, until 12:30 a.m.
Friday, November 8 plus Two :
Sunday, November 10 YUKON DINERJust
Dance Featuring Carl Boyd and the Sunday, November 10 6.9:00
Ribs
Buffet-Prime p.m.
Rhythm Kings, 9:00: p.m. to Game night and music by Mark
1:00 a.m.Saturday. Castle Monday, November 11 outside Main Gate2nd Door from. Yukon Post Office ,.

Monday, November 11 Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. to 6:00 p.m. BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND
Dinner 6.9:00 p.m.
November 9 Band Auditions Tuesday. November 12 OPEN 10:00 TO 01:00:

Club Closed--For Marine Corps Tuesday, November 12 Happy Hour 3:30: to 6:00: p.m. Foreign SANDWICHES DANCING NITELY
Dinner Hour 6.9:00
Ball-Use p.m.
Birthday NATTU E m Game Night
Club, Bldg. 593 Wednesday, November 13 COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER
Wednesday, November 13" Happy Hour 3:30 to 6:00p.m. Family

November Happy Hour 4-6:00 p.m. Night Fried Chicken 6-9:00p.m. PHONE 387-9351
Sunday, 10

Club Opens at Noon-.Dance
Featuring Phil Cay and the
Chantels 8:00: p.m. to Midnight


Monday, November 11 I BLAST

Club Opens at NoonDance
Featuring March Wilson and the ,

Red Coats HIGH PRICES!

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Tuesday, November 12

Happy Hour"-5:00: p.m. to 7:00 I. 5642 NORMANDY BLVD.

p.m.

Wednesday, November 13 PH. 388.5447 t

Game Night------8:00: p.m. 1 1t t





MoviesMovies [C F Curtis Mathes I,


;
will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Saturday ;
; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on : suns COLORTV t tturS

Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- 01(
side and NATTU Theaters and at THE PREMIER NOWOHLY
I
7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hospital -
Theater. These times are sub- p $399I 9S ;

ject to change. WITH TRADE

Thursday, November 7 TELEVISIONS FINEST COLOR TV CHASSIS IS THE CMC 15,
BOASTING 25,000 VOLTS OP REGULATED PICTURE POWER. THE
Mainside Hatarl de CMC 15 INCORPORATES POWER TRANSFORMER. 3 STAGE WIDE-
BAND IF. KEYED AGC AND' PERFECT COMBINATION OF HAND- 4
NATTUnit Maniac WIRED AND "UNITIZED" ETCHED CIRCUITS(EACH USED WHERE 4
Hospital Cattle King IT SERVES BEST) 1O PROVIDE PROLONGED. TROUBLEFREEPERFORMANCE.
GENUINE WAlNU1 UlINEt LEGS ARE OPTIONAL.
Friday, November 8 r t tr

Mainside Two Weeks In Another THE GREENSBORO HAS ALL
THE DELUXE FEATURES I
Town [QD I CURTIS MATHES
An
outstanding home entertainment
NATTUnit Hatari i
,
center of modern design
Hospital Maniac HOME ENTERTAINMENT r1 of genuine walnut veneers and
CENTER hardwood Holldt. !Featured the ,
Saturday, November 9 deluxe '23" hand wired TV I
chawKls with Klrncode picture1tube.
23" TVSTEREO CM Kpeclal stereo-hi-fi- J
Malnslde Mountain
Spencer's
dellty record changer plays
NATTUnlt Two Weeks In A- -b, all records automatically.. The ..
32 chasslH the AM FM radio
nother Town provides the finest I In AM radio
and I-M radio reception
Hatari
-
Hospital 52 1/4" wide 27 1/4" high,
Sunday, November 10 AM FM RADIO 1714" deep.

NO CASH DOWN!
Malnslde Dementia 13 THE GREENSBORO NOW ONLY
NATTUnlt Spencer's Mountain No Payments Til JanuaryTELEVISION

$299
Hospital Two Weeks In Another

Town Q.

Monday, November 11

Mainside Thrill of It All SENSATIONAL [QB] 23"

NATTUnlt Dementia 13 NEW 1964 .
Hospital Spencer's Mountain A DIRECT FACTORY TO YOU PRICE GUARANTEED TO GIVE YOU THE 'I
HIGHEST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
Tuesday, November 12
THE WESTCHESTER NOW ONLY ::
$16995WITH
Malnslde Hell Is For Heroes
NATTUnlt Thrill of It All
Hospital Dementia 13 TRADt \

Hand Wired 23,000 Volt Power TruiKfurmer ChassisModern
Wednesday, November 13 .: Design Cabintry of Genuine Walnut
'The Nt" Kin code Picture Tube UE plo lon Proof
Malnslde A Ticklish Affair Keyed AGC Control.High Fidelity AudloClrcultI
NATTUnlt! Hell Is For Heroes
Hospital Thrill of It AU
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MSgis larson, Petersen



& : Retire After 21 YearsBy

GySgt. Wes Ward
The Marine Corps lost over World War Two with B-25 squad-
M 40' years of aviation experiencethis rons, in Korea, and served here ,y
week with the transfer of two previously to his arrival earlier {j
Marine Aviation Detachment Master this year for four years as an T T"SO
Sergeants to the Fleet Re- Instructor in NATTU's Electrb
serve, clans School. His squadron backed

Master Sergeants Robert"Swede" up the trouble in the Formosan LONG MARINE"-LtCol' John Urell bids MSot Robert T. Larson -
T. Larson an aviation Straits a few years ago and more farewell after handing him and MSgt James Petersen (center)
electrician and James A. Petersen recently his transport squadron
an aviation mechanic put away received the President's proficient their orders transferring them to the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve
..-.. their tools and hung up their uniforms award for their services in after over 21 years service each. after a little more than 21 transporting troops and suppliesto
-tl tlJ'tlI I years each in the MarJnes. Both Thailand and Laos when the SEE YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK
sergeants have always worked at Marines went in there.
Maj. Mary C. Kautz, USMCR the same job in the Corps, at Petersen repaired shot up air- FOR YOUR NEEDS TO BETTER LIVING

... en active duty u.It's many different places and organi planes in the Pacific Islands during ,... .Y. ,
zations. World War Two and ended up in Automobiles I
Larson, known by his friends as China after the war. In Korea, Home Improvements t p f ':
Major "Swede" but swears he's Nor- he helped keep Marine planes in Modem Appliances : : :
wegian says he's spent so much the air again and has served with Regular Checking I 1 r I '
time aboard aircraft carriers that various units throughout the country Special Checking It MM AM -r .. II:
he thought he was in the Navy at until his arrival here five Safe Deposit Boxes .. l
Kautz Just times. He's been overseas three years ago.Looking. Drive In Tellers. f.. ,
times In the past five years and back on their service, All Modem Banking Convenience
spent most of that time with squadrons MSgt. Lars e n commented,
Part TimeReserve training aboard carriers. "today's aviation electrician has to FLORIDANATIONAL
The electrician was with the be a really skilled individual with
first R4Q transport squadron the all the electronic parts,computersand
Marine Corps Major Marine Corps had In World War more computers. We usedto BANKAT
Mary C. Kautz returned to Jacksonville Two and served with the first worry only about lights, gene-
last Friday after com- GVI (In-fllghfre-fuellng) Squadron rators and starters, but not today.
LAKE SHORE
pleting her two weeks active dutyat the Marines organized. It's very complicated with today's 2 Blocks From Roosevelt
4617 SAN JUAN AVENUE
the Marine Corps Recruit Depot He served In the Pacific during aircraft."
t MEMBER F.D.I.C.
Parris Island, S.C. She was
assigned as an Assistant Depot
Supply Officer during the tour. t RIS
iak ,
For the other 50 weeks of the 1 BIG CHIEF TIRE GO awurq

year, Major Kautz Is employedhere

Administrative as Secretary Services to Super-the 3 Locations To Serve You

intendent of the NAS Overhaul and
ec
Repair Department. rI
Graduating from Florida State 5444 NORMANDY- From Atlantic Mills
University In 1949 with a Bache-
lor of Science In Home
degree
Economics Education, Maj.Kautzwas 2809 MAYPORT RD.- Y}, Mile From NS Gate

a school teacher for two years AND NOWI
before enlisting In the Women 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD.} Mile N. NAS Gate
Marine Officer Training Course at (formerly Pruitt Tire Co.)

.. -- Quantico In June 1951. BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ
She was commissioned a second PARMAN
-On Tire Batteries Shocks 'Brakes
lieutenant In September 1951 and I (Ret C.P.O.'
&
Front End Engine Transmission Work
then attended Supply Schoolat

1951 Camp to January Lejeune 1952.from October h. _I WE I FINANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N_

She also served as Clothing Officer these members and
Donned attire
FRONTIER FLARE In western
NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS
for the Women Recruit Train-
guests of VAP-62 and VFP-62 joined in holding a gala charity
Ing Battalion at Parris Island until party last weekend at the NAS Skeet Club. Proceeds from the BRUNSWICK PREMIUM
being released from active
duty affair the units' Officer Wives are going toward
In March 1954. sponsored by 100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless
Major Kautz Is the daughter of adopting a foster child. Besides a Bar-B-Q dinner, entertainment Nationwide Guarantee In Writing
Mr. and Mrs. K.F. Kautz Sr.of included a cancan show, skits Fronkie and Johnny and music 36 Months Road Matord Guarantee
Jacksonville. by a washboard band. 'Navy Photo) 750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
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Reserve Unit '" A_ .._- ... .H_ .. .c ., -- .
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Gets National]L ;1 Gif:: I j!{,, I
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: RegnitionJacksonville's ',,,. .".. '"" c,:" '.. ''''',. -' J):

II
Naval Reserve
Ads should be mo/fcd/ to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Cl yd..!
Intelligence Unit is one of Jacksonville, Florida, to arrive not lots than Tuesday lot publ .
numerous such units that received cation the following Thursday.' Ads arriving' too lat. for this dead'line I
national here will be publlthed the following' week unless the pMlihef IfInttrvcted
recognition Saturday otherwise. A check or money order for the. full eosf of :'
night. the ad must be reat Ived WITH i the for the ad. I i
The JacksonvilleUnit, as wellas DO NOT SEND CASH. : .d I

all other reserve intelligence RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00 I
groups in Division 6-1 of the Sixth Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
l 1. Naval District, were judged the top I
: naval Intelligence organizations in
lir the nation during fiscal 1963-
year t
FAIRFAX MANOR 4163 Shirley ATTENTION NAVYI I For the best ,
Rear Admiral Rufus U Taylor,
J- Director of Naval Intelligence St. 3BR, shingle bung. AC, WW deal In used appliances see Hart's (
v carpet, LR & DR, sep gar & carport Used Appliances. 4781 Lenox Av.
made the principal address at the
LADIES AUXILIAR $14,000. Owner EV 85545. Stove, ref, wash machine for
awards banquet held at the Ro-
$97.10. All appliances'
osevelt Hotel and hosted the guaranteed
by
/ UNIT 126 g Jacksonville for 90 days Hart, CPO USN Ret.
I group. FOR SALE Home in Ortega Call 3886221.
The award for contributing most
MamorConvenienttoNAS.. 4BRm i
ftffTPISfM to the national defense during the
ASS+xUfIUNsr FOR SALE Home in Ortega Ma-
last fiscal year was presented by RENTALS-
mor Convenient to NAS. 4BRm
Rear Admiral Lawrence R. Daspit
& 2D. $450 down. 4738 Susslx
of Charleston, S.C., Commandantof
Av. Call EV
84729.
c
I the Sixth Naval District. SALES -

Captain John H. Jones of Aiken,
.
S.C., Commanding Officer of the
HOSPITAL CHAIRMAN Mrs. Conley 0Wnbyo member of Unit 126 district to the Durham,N.C.Group, LAKE WEIR frontage, $65 foot. MORTGAGESINSURANCE -
Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association, presents a commanded by Lieutenant Com- Terms. Buy now: before nextswnmer's
patient with a game prize during last week's Halloween Ward Party. mander John T. Kerr. Commander increased prices. Miss -
These Unit ward parties are held monthly in conjunction with the Clarence J. Smith, USNR of the Lillian Douglas, Weirsdale, Fla. Serving Duval

American Red Cross Recreation Program for Jax Naval Hospital Atlanta, Ga. unit received an award and Clay CountiesFor

patients. Among those assisting the chairman were Mrs. Gary for the most outstanding reservistIn Personal Service
Stoker, Unit 126 Chaplain and Miss 1da Bush, Red Cross work. the division from Adm. Dasplt. FOR SALE BY OWNER- -near CALL
er. (Navy Photo by Richard Nolen, PHS> Official host for the awards NAS, schools, 3 bdrm 2 baths,
banquet, which Is held each yearat fenced yard, alrconditionlng.:
.
I a city In the Sixth Naval District, Call EV8-9784 or Ext. 8162. OB) DAVIS

&omdm was Captain Whitney Jones of
Charleston, S.C. REALTORS-INSURORS
Master of Ceremonies for the 588 S. EdgewoodEV
4llO dinner was Lieutenant Theodore

k&p peciJJA ( Slack of Miami, Fla. and program 46444CO 4-9442
p co-chairmen were Lieutenant --- -
IuqnmuIunnw 1
Commander James A. Blackwell,
THUR-FRI-SAT ONLYI! Reserve Air Intelligence Program YIZZ4 BWISf w
Officer of the Jacksonville Naval
Air Station and Lieutenant AlbertH.
64-6 25 % ORGANICFertilizer Kessing of the Jacksonville f(2-\(

$ serve Intelligence Unit. TAKE OUT ORDERS a DINING ROOM

BAG 50 LB. 115, Distinguished guests at the din- PREMIUM BEER.CHOICE CUT STEAKS (
ner included Rear Admiral Robert
Goldthwalte, Commander Fleet Air ,JITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI

Jacksonville; Rear Admiral Law-
rence H. Frost, Commandant
RoseBushes < Potomac River Naval Command,

3 FOR 99 Washington, D.C. and former FRANK DERICKSON
Director of Naval Intelligence;
Rear AdmlralEdgar H.Batcheller,
LARGE SELECTION "In the Heart of Cedar IlilU"
Commander oftheCharlestonS.C.Naval .
Shipyard.Also 3619 Blandin Blvd.-Ph. 771-0170
RYE GRASS 1 LB. Charles 1.. Hoffman, Pre-
sident of the Jacksonville Chapterof
12e' the Navy League; John 1.. Con-
SEED ner, National Director of'the Navy
League; Captain James R. Comp-
100 LB. BAG $10.77 5 LB. BAG 67* tom, Naval Air Station CommandIng JEPR1CE'IS1IRH1r.I I : '

Officer; Captain George Roper
Jr., Assistant Chief of Staff for
Use Our LOVN /. 4423 R popo I Naval Reserve and Training Sixth f.

,Way Plari. ,No G. C. M urp h y O., 'BoulevardRoQSevelr Naval District; and Captain Robert .. .I
.
Extra Charge. MqlJ L. Overman Jacksonville Naval .
Reserve Group Commander. :

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ONLY Commendation to Earl E. Word, AOC.

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t!Q a G 8 FOR 8 8 !''trOI1 4t 14 Patrol Eagles Squadron Six-Receive Boutte, squadron AwardsFourteen commandingofficer


teen personnel were cited at cere- made presentations following -
monies held at the Jacksonville
YES-8 BIG LIVING ROOM PIECES FOR $88 Naval Air Station on November L Wings personnel of Gold Inspection.went to J.C.

...r Earl E. Ward, AOC received a Blackston, AE1; A.B. Bernier,
commendation In recognition of his AE2; R.D. Sturch, AT2 and J.J.
part In saving a mans' life whileon Golba, ATN3.
leave at Wildwood N.J. last Good Conduct Medals awarded to
Prlee 1119r August; four Individuals received A.E. Marsh, Jr., ADR2; A.B.
Poor Man's Price ASW Air Crewman Wings and nine Bernier, AE2,P.R. Acosta, ADR3;
were awarded Good Conduct A.B. Fuller, ADR3; V.E. Drown,
F y' Medals. Commander Lester ]H. ATN3; JJ. Shields, AXAN; RC.
M =" $88 Blanfotd, A02; F. Holzclaw,AMS3
ONLY and W.A. Gerdau, A TN2.I .
VP-18 BoastsUnique
J4 Down Dtllvm / I

wa f y, Count Sofa Louoit S Big Pikes CrewCrew yTuesday
Matching Club Chair a v SPECIAL
1 Step T.bI.Cocktlll .
T..bI.I .
Lamp* 7 of Patrol Squadron-IS
MrN Ark TnrSesutiM believes It has a unique crew

Opens onday thru Friday till 9 P.M. WaibablaFabrics organization aviation. The for crew patrol members squadron of and Thursday

Crew 7 rank consecutively from FAMILY NIGHT
airman (E-3)) all the to Com-
way

b mander Janney((0-5), AN)., Crew 7s radioman Buttermilk PANCAKES, Buckwheat FREE and Corn
FOR
9 99! tr0I1 tk waits a long time before he getsa
cup of coffee on this aircraft. Of Charge to Children Under
The Patrol Plane Commander of 12 When pining with Parents
Crew 7 Is Commander S. K.Mans-
Beverages Extra
YES-9 BIG BEDROOM PIECES FOR $99 field, who Is the squadron's execut-
ive officer and presently Is the WednesdayCHICKEN
Officer-in-Charge of VP-18's De- NIGHTALL
tachment 13 based In Keflavik,Ice-

land.Crew 7 wonders If any other YOU $])00
rl SP-2H flight crew In the Atlantic CAN EAT
Fleet has a similar type struct-
ure. They bet not. Friday
a ,.A.r s Patrol Squadron-18 Is commanded FISH NIGHTALL
by Commander V.F.Anderson.and ,
Is presently deployed to Rota, YOU
Spain and Iceland. 99J.
CAN EAT
Fund Drive
f Glait Pet. Ncladt Prices Good From 4 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Rich Mia't Pric* lltf
Poor Mew Price Glut Swivel DouMt attached Drtw mirror r. (Continued From Page 1))
OUR DELICIOUS BREAKFASTSNOW
tan Fan Sit* Compartment Wing's staff also surpassed their INCLUDE
OW J I Giant Dresser Chut Lamof Draweri goals by contributing 12)) and 125 GENEROUS SERVINGS OP
f1 Dewll Full M.unitD.ilv.n Slia Comfy percent, respectively.On OLD FASHIONED GRITSTry
Our And
r-omoi/i Appf
FiiU 2du brlaj
I a split deployment to Rota, Cherry TVrnovgfit For Breofcfosf
MaI and S rth Included Spain and Keflavlk, Iceland,Patrol WE FEATURE APPLE AND
'There "Is Only One Normandy Wayside Furniture Co" Squadron 18 also came though In CHERRY PIE DESSERTS
fine fashion despite the fact thata BRING YOUR FRIENDS!

I NORMANDY I WAYSIDE local fund raising drive was
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2, Stler, along with crew members (L to R) B.M. Drope, ADR2'; While stationed at IMS Sea
G.M. Brown, AX2; and M.R.Hetrlck, AX2 accomplished the feat Eagle, they will fly the SP-2E "A Real Old fashioned Meat Market"A
after successfully completing on examination covering all sys Neptune In company with the RAF's STEAK OR A STEER
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Harold J. Benson, AA

Action In IM football this past
week saw NARTU down Hospital

13-12, while FAETU rolled over NEAR TOUCHDOWN P ASS..Emil Krnavek receives a''near touch.
We Insure Anyone VAP-62 12-0, MARTD outlasted down pass from James Jackson, as Will Bennett of VA-15 closes in

INSURANCE VA-45 6-0, and Air Force 679th to stop the action. Communications: won i in a sudden death over

IMcDOUGALL'S AGENCY games squeeked of past the VA-15 week 76.It was In other A/C time, 10. (Navy Photo by Marc-Whetstone, JO'1')

Near Main Gate NAS, JAX-Phone EV 8.7676 Malnt. smashing FAETU 24-0,
terson and H. West tabulating the
16463 Roosevelt Blvd MONTHLY Pcarroll's NARTU holding out against VP-30
remaining two IDs.NARTU
12-6, VA-45 steaming past the slipped past the VP-30 Navy Being
Marines 24-8, and the undefeated
team 126. Scoring the two TDs
held off the determined
Communications -
for NARTU were J. Belislaro andL.

"* sport shop inc sudden death VA-15 finish.In team. 1-0, In a W.. Bishop.Thomas.Scoring for VP-30 was Viewed For

the of the week
HUNTING* FISHING-FOOTBALL highlight game The final game of the week pit-
the National League leading team,
t ted VA-45 roared past the Mar-
BASKETBALL BASEBALL GOLF
Communications, stopped an ever
ines 24-8, with C. Clausen and T.
." ROD AND REEL REPAIRING determined VA-15 team to keep Ross each scoring twice. Gator BowlThe
.. I =:;;-, St. ,Croix./ishingtackel. the number one spot In the League.
: / Kroydon. Spalding & Wilson Golf Equip. Numerous pass Interceptions and
-=w'h stubborn defenses on both sides Station Golf Gator Bowl selection com-
WILSON FAMOUS PLAYER SETS
provided an Interesting game of mittee still has numerous football
,. ''I" WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT football. The regulation game end- teams suder surveillance, but 18
-.-- 'III, USE OUR XMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN ed In a tie and the winner was Pairings Off of them are getting particular at-

t-- -3456 Blanding Blvd. At Cedar Creek declared by the team gaining the tention.
most yards, on alternate downs. The chances are the 19th annual
Communications managed to hold Gator Bowl game on December
the fired up VA-15 team,and gain- On 2nd RoundThe 28 will Include two of the follow-

ed the most yardage to pull out ing squads:
Your the victory. J. Sheets was credited first round of the NAS Station Auburn, Texas, Navy, Syracuse,
_Do Winter Bowling AT
with the ,winning point when he Golf Championship was completed Baylor, North Carolina, Miss-
& knocked down a VA-15 pass in Saturday, November 2. The Isslppe, North Carolina State,Ala
their last final effort. winners and the pairings for the bama, Duke, Louisiana State,
Other action of the week saw second round (to be completed by Missouri Nebraska, Army,

i &*WI Hospital's J. Sapp and F. Kloman November 9)) are as follows: Georgia, ,Georgia Tech"Oklahoma
combined touchdowns not enoughto CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT and Pittsburgh.

I 1838 Cassat Avenue PHONE EV 4.4556 l defeat NARTU and the two TDs Selection committee chairmanJoe
24 Newly modernized lanes 0 Fully air-conditioned of T. Brlghtwell, and the point Hyer vs Dullakes Sykora said, "At this time,
I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities I after touchdown of J. Belsiaro. Parker vs Ruscetta we appear to be In good shape.
Pro Meanwhile FAETU was rol- Francis vs Wittig Our committee can't remember a
Complete Shop and Guaranteed Work .
I ling over'V P-621-0, with A. Wilkerson vs Mahoney year when, at this stage of the
BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE Spain and G. Mazza accounting for season, so many top-notch teams
I FIRST FLIGHT
the two FAETU TDs. were available for bowl games.
I FREEGAME MARTD stopped the VA-45 Miller vs Strum "Barring an uncommon num-
I Blackbirds, 6-0, and put the VA-45 McDonald vs Kin field ber of upsets, we believe there'llbe
I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. I team further from the league Holtz vs Morris numerous teams for us to choose
I ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. leaders,'Communications. Scoring lula vs Gouchnour from."
I for MARTD was L. Gelnett.:
Air Force 679th overpowered SECOND FLIGHT
VA-15, 7-6 In an overtime game. Gushanus vs Simpson Ticket sales are keeping pace
with the of the
Scoring the six pointer for VA-15 Duffy vs Craig tempo prospectivebowl
was J. Highly, and accounting for Ellison vs Sporlch teams. Sales are running 400
ahead of last
LO'S TALK the six pointer of 679th was G. Goslin vs Schuller year.

Ferguson, with the whole team
THIRD FLIGHT Tickets are available at the
accounted for the extra point.
Services Office in
Special
Bldg.
A/C Malnt. pounded the FAETU Winslette vs Able
704 at $7.25 for seating within the
BELLAIRr
team 24-0, with J. Cron carry- Ferguson vs Whitmore
20 yard lines. All other tickets
Ing over two TDs, and D. Pat- May vs McEntee
Franklin vs Shearer sell for $6 and may be purchasedat
the downtown ticket office at

the ONE place to Hemming Park In Jacksonville and
via mail by writing: Gator Bowl

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Schools Churches Streetlights Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any. playoffs zoom Into sight. Makeup
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8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). .PO 5-2623 FAW-11 1 VP-30 "A" 8
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington Hospital "A" PPD A/C Maint.

THE BEST BOY" Town & Country Shopping Center. . . .RA 4.7910 NARTU 9 679th 0
SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida ComFalrJax 7 1/2 VAP-62 1 1/2
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11



Good Shepherd Swim Team Makes



Sweep Of Winter Park Tourney Take CAN your ear YOU with [you?

N For Financing and Insurance

Three Jax Navy Junior swim- (Ret), turned in an outstanding dy Klnert one Silver Medal for stateside and overseas, call
mers, together with three other performance winning the 50 meter second place in the 910: year old DYER M. BURR, repre..ntlng t
swimmers from the JacksonvilleGood breaststroke and placing third in age group 50 Meter Breaststroke.,
Shepherd Swimming Team, the 50 Meter Freestyle event in fourth In the Individual Medley GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES,
made an unprecedented sweep of her age group. She also placed event and fourth in the butterfly. FINANCE CORPORATION &
all 13 Gold Medals awarded In the fifth in the 9-10 year old age group Capt. Ward, Chief Staff Officerfor INTERNATIONAL SERVICE I
11-12 year old age group at the Individual Medley. FA w-n, accompanied the INSURANCE COMPANY
recent Winter Park, Florida Invitational The future "Olympic" swim- swimmers to the Winter Park meet 5631 'Tlmuquana Road.
Swim Meet. mers compiled a praise-worthy filling In for the coach of the Good Ph. 771-0527
The Jax Juniors are Greg record with Individual honors as Shepherd Team, Dan Pappas.
Hardee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd follows: Greg Hardee two Relay

V.Hardee, USN.Ret.Jimmy; Ward, Gold Medals, first In 100Meter :: '
son of Captain and Mrs J.R.Ward, Freestyle event, first in the 50
and Dennis Hays, son of lieu- Meter Backstroke Event, first in TzThtomwz .
tenant Commander and Mrs. R. J. the 200 Meter Individual Medley. :
HERE, HAVE IT BACK-C.B. Hays. Jimmy Ward two Relay Gold
Goskolla returns a serve In a Hardee set the pace for the Medals. Dennis Hays one Gold 5943 Roosevelt Blvd.! Phone EV 74944Only
recent volleyball game held at victors, winning a total of five Gold Medal Medley Relay, one Bronze One Mile From NAS Main Gate
the NAS gym. IM Volleyball act Medals. The remainder were won Medal for placing third in the 200 OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY t
ion got under! way Monday, October by placing first in all main eventsas Meter Individual Medley in the 9-10
28. Gaskalla helped his well as the 200 Meter Medley year age group, fourth in the 50 *, TEAKS ROAST
NARTU team defeat their VP-7 and the 200 Meter Freestyle,battl- Meter Backstroke. Tim Soles CHOPS SEAFOOD
ing against 20 of the best two Relay Gold Medals. Mike
opponents, 15-2, and 1614. (Navy
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of Florida. fourth place In the 50 Meter "Serving Food as Good.as the Best .For 33 Years" t
IM Volleyball Another swimmer, Fletcher Butterfly event. Dave Smith first 1E =- L
Kafka, eight year old daughter of In the 50 Meter Breaststroke and
Action Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kafka, USAF, 50 Meter Butterfly events and thirdIn
Brings the Individual
_. Medley and Cln-
um' CHRISTMAS\ \ IS EASY
First ResultsThe

first games of volleyballgot W E.N YOU

underway Monday, October 28, R.
In the Mainside Gym. Games are 'r1r I
PLAN AHEAD
played Monday thru Friday,
at 11:00 a.m., 12 Noon, 4:00: p.m.
and 5:00: p.m.Eighteen WITH\ YOUR
games were played this
past week with the results as fol- vA1
low-
MONDAY OCTOBER \
JAX NAVY
VA-15 over Public Works, 15-0, h- .
and 15-3
O&R over Supply, 15-5, and 11-15 MM* FEDERAL
NAMTD over Communications, 15-
4, and 154FAETUover CREDIT UNION
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VA-45 over VP-30 10-12, 12-10, NEW MODERN COURT
and 14-12
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VP-7 over VA-1515.12, and 15-2
Hospital over A/C Malnt., 15-4,
12-15 and 15-6 I NOW OPEN

WEDNESDAY/OCTOBER 30 .
NARTU over VP-7 15-2, and 16- r "jl'
14VP16 .. ."I. <1"_
over Hospital 15-7, and JAX NAVY JUNIOR SWIM CHAMPS..(Left to Right) FletchtrKoyke,
Hardee and Ward. (Navy Photo Oh Let's park there -
r#fj '* v* T '2 Dennis Hays, Greg Jimmy ) honey
that's the best plate anywhere

f-* 15-11 6, and 10-6 .
VAP-62 over 679th 15-4, and 15VP16 over Public Works 0-15,
3 15-3, and 15-1
VP-30 over Marines 15-1, and NARTU over Supply 15-8, and 15-
15-4 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 Y
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 A/C Malnt. over Supply 15.5,12- .
FAETU over Marines 15-5, and 15, and 15-10 '.11h..-
12-5 NARTU over VA-15 15-5, 9-15, ,,
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,1,1 Bowling? NATTU Sports Roundup- '


Kcgler of the put week MAD #2 split their two games in By D.W. Warren J03
saw only one postponement the the final week of NATTU touchfoot-
the league. LCPL J. M. Miller,
Bandits and the Rejects of the National ball, leaving them with 9-1 MurtonR.B.Baham and RB. Wat-
a record MAD #4. Thursday night woundup NATTU's Athletic Director, held a
League.The American League out of reach of their closest the schedule as MAD4 handled kins; MAD ##4, F.S. Duff F.K.Ball, meeting with team captains Friday -
leaders the Colts continued their competitor.MAD AE Blue,R.T.Kelly and CW.Dixon.
Support Services easily, 246 and and reports that adouble-
winning ways as the Blackbirds, ##4, which entered the final MAD #2 ran over MAD #5, 426. Baham and Duff have been designed round robin schedule is planned.
.
the Continental League leaders, and week with a mathematical chanceto An all-star team has been team captains.The NATTU Intramural Golf Standings -
the Owl Hoot's the National garner a first place tie, finished selected from the rest of the league final league standings: :
league leaders did not bowl. a full two games behind at 73. the W L pet. GB
to play champions a seriesof MAD (W) 91/22 1/2 ,'192
Results of the past week were: Monday, Oct.28,MAD#4 becamethe games. The first game was MAD #2 91 .900 SS-2 13 5 ,722
only team to defeat MAD 14# 73 .700 2
MAD #2 scheduled for
Tuesday. Results AE B 8 4
AMERICAN LEAGUE ( ) .667
with 13-12 MAD #3 6 4 .600 3
a
overtime victory.Tuesday's were not available at press time. MAD R 9 1/2 81/2
( ) .528
ComFalrJax "B" 3 Seabees 1 Support Services 5 5 .500 4
action
saw MAD ##3 defeat Team members and the team AO 61/2 111/2 .
Marlins 0 Colts 4 MAD AE Blue 3'1 .300 6 .361
#5 and AE-Blue
won over include MAD
they represent : #3, AE (G) 4 8 .333
Needlers 4 Griffins 0 MAD 15# 0 10 .000 9
J.C.Kruger, P.D. Crain and R.
J. MAD (G) 2 4 ,333
Sky Warriors #1 3679th 1 Nooners Will; MAD#5,C.R.Brown and W.F. 00 00. SS-1 11/2 41/2 .250
Cannon Cockers 3 Cutters 1 May
Falcons 0 Thunderblrds 4 Tarbutton; Support Services, ILL Volleyball was scheduled to start AE ##3 0 6 .000

Trainers 0 Sparks 4
Swim With

CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
San Juan \
Cursors 4 NARW ##1 0 .
Paymasters 1 Spoilers 3 Mate Or DateA

Chiefs 1 Mix Masters 3 LoU.OffRoosevelt /

Molar Rollers 4 Sky Warriors#2 0 new policy by the Indoor pool
Plzzan's 4 Avions 0 will provide a swimming period

ComStoreFlve 0 Spartans 4 for military personnel and their J ,
BB Stackers 2 Demons 2 wives, or date on Monday,Thurs-

NATIONAL day, and Friday from 11:00 a.m.
LEAGUE _
to 12:30: p.m. No children will t
Bandits PPD Rejects be allowed during this period. The :rr '

Rookies 1 NARTU #2 3 small fry will be allowed to swimon .a TRIUMPI{

Pan Handlers 4VP-10 0 Monday, Thursday, and Friday t '-,'. -. ...; -

Lucky 7 3 Air Frames 1 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00: p.m. ,
Eagles 3 Pro's 1 All hands are encouraged to take _".. J /i '

Play Boys 3 Bomb Scorers 1 advantage of the pool and the other -....
Valions 0 Electrons 4 facilities, the steam room, and the
Pin Pounders 4 Marines 0 weight room. Hours for the steam '

and weight room are: ladies, OPEN :
Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. .
A dog's life can't be too bad; to 11:00; a.m., which also Includesthe 4 ,
someone else his taxes.--- TILL rw.7rO "
pays pool
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Indiana Bell News hm, Indiana and
Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00: 9 PM
Bell Telephone Co. p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from

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