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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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 nbt to be considered an of fici'al. 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 service advertised. .

_Vol. 21 No. 35 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA NOVEMBER 14, 1963,. I



Drinking, Speeding Cited

Is Your Life Worth ,-1''




I More Than $3.10? 3 Crest Speakers Launch ; : :



by Harold Benson, AA VA-43 Drive Safe Program


Stop and think about it for a or exceed all specifications and -

while. Now stop and think a little are approved for sale in all 50 ---'. : The automobile of today has become -

further. Are you willing to invest states. They are made of 10(>7o pr" ; rTI: a necessity of life. But

only $3.10 in life insurance? nylon webbing and are equippedwith I; at the same time as it helps us

Sort of has you wondering doesn'tIt chrome plated hardware, to accomplish dally tasks it still

? How can you get insurancefor metal to metal quick release remains Instrument of destruction -

only $3.10 buckles, positioned one hand M especially In the hands of the

Easy! For the low and completecost release mechanism, and chrome unconcerned.With .

of $3.10 per belt, you can finished hardware, (bolts, nuts, this latter element in mind,

purchase seat belts for your car. anchor plates, etc.) Lieutenant E.F. Bronson, Drive

Beginning December 2, and ending This will be a statlonwlde cam- Safe Officer for Attack Squadron

February 2, 1964, there will be 'a paign, held in conjunction with 45, arranged for the entire air

concentrated drive for the sale of the Safe Driving Clinic, under the A unit personnel to attend a seriesof

auto safety seat belts aboard the auspices of the NAS Safety Super- safe driving lectures, the first .... -

station. It is hoped to provide intendent, Charles Able. of which was held last Friday In

free Installation of all belts sold. For details and further Information the NAS Theater

More about this feature will be call the General Safety Patrolman VA-45 Guest lecturers for the hour-

published later. Offices, Ext. 756, 278, or Doyle Addressing long session Included Sergeant R.

The belts offered for sale meet 484. "...we enjoy good relations..." K. Doyle of the Florida Highway

Patrol, Servo Tassopoulos of

Sets NATTU and Louis M. FeigtAMSC
VAP-62 Teamwork
Skipper
Departmental of the Jacksonville Shore Patrol

I Office.

Jax To Rota RecordAs Following a brief address by the

Brings Tribute To Two squadron skipper, Commander \

R.R. Renaldl, Lt. Bronson introduced -
the first rays ..,f the morn- but still record--and .
a who the
things, Sgt Doyle is special r
A tribute to the teamwork of two savings In manhours this program
Ing sun announced the dawn ofVeteran's records are important, especiallyto of different reduces services officer and safety edu-
employees two NAS requisition processingtime
Day at Jacksonville Naval -
the Involved.
people cation of Northeast
Jax departments was given last and will enable the depart- supervisor
Air Station almost -
except
everyone Records mean a demonstration Florida's five countries.
Friday when Mrs. Barbara Nettlesof ment to provide more responsive
the duty watches still of CommanderJ. The
capability. the and local sergeant's message stress
Supply Department supply support to activities
slumbered away the long week- D. Stufflebeem of the ed the
pilot plane cooperation enjoyed by the
Charles W, Prescott, MAC of the area satellites and:! other cust-
and commanding officer of military and the patrol in
helpingto
end.Then Data it pointed
Processing Department received omers, was out. .
a lone RA-3B twin-jet VAP-62 demonstrated the -
capabilities curb motor vehicle accidents
Letters of Commendationfrom Although a number of other per-
Skywarrior thundered down the of his
squadron. Flying the NAS Supply Officer Cap- sonnel have contributed tothesuc-
Continued on 3))
page
east-west runway, headed up and 4,452 miles nonstop across the ( I
tain J.D. Sullivan. The two were Continued on page 7 1 I II
then turned east for a race with Atlantic in a Skywarrior is pretty
honored for their
time, endurance and a full fuel of what his outstanding job
good proof squadroncan
do. of developing, programming and Ancient City To Host I
load.Going the card
Installing generator pro-
the way Columbus came Records mean morale,

but taking short hours Insteadof efficiency, performance. You gram.With the new program, said the Servicemen on Dec. 7 |
months, the photo-reconnals- won't find a man who'll knock
Captain, the Supply Department Is
,ance plane was headed for Spain- VAP-62 In these Records -
categories. this is the admission ticket to
now able to prepare stock replenishment The gates of the''Ancient City'of as
and a new flight record. ? mean pride, too..prlde in requlstlons for sub- St.Augustine, Florida,will againbe all of these attractions.Dependents.
Bermuda passed below, and now aircraft. unit and in
your your of service personnel on overseas
mission of defense supply centers opened wide as a feature of the
for the Azores -- most every- yourself. and the General Services Admin- USO's annual PAL DAY, Saturday duty will be admitted free by show-
body stops at the Azores, if they Records tell
mean something to istration, and to pass or refer December 7th, 1963, from 9 A.M.to Ing their LD. cards.
want to keep on flying east. about. Cmdr.
your grandchildren 4The Free transportation about the
for St. USO
customer requisitions not 8 P.M. Augustine
Lots of people have flown the Stufflebeem do this. So
can can In stock and not carried items by Con 'nittee will be host to all City will be furnished on all City i
Atlantic nonstop before--but no his plane's crew--Lieutenant L.O. busses and special trailer trains. ,
machine thus eliminating the need servicemen In uniform, their
one have ever done it from Jack Conner, co-pilot; ,Lieutenant (jg) for manual preparation and key wives, families, and girl friendsfor Special prices will prevail given :
sonville, Fla., in a jet aircraft.So .
Linn andB.
J. E.
photo-navigator; punching these documents.In free tours of the City, free for the horse drawn carriages. (

this pilot, the skipper of E. Holloway, PH2, crewman. addition to very substantial admission to the many interesting Free food will be furnished by the' I
Photographic Squadron 62,
Heavy attractions and two free telephonecalls USO Committee at the St.Augustine :
was going to pay a call on his Elks Club 20 Street service \
p home to lucky winners at Bay to
detachment at Rota, Spain and he
personnel and their families from
the USO Club, 63 St.George Street.
was going to do it in high fashion.
__ Food, refreshments, and free 12 Noon to 3 p.m. and ?! the St.
The Azores approachedand rtR 'N tr3i2 admission to the attractions will Augustine USO Club, 63 St. George
'
the moment of truth. There was 'Fx '
a be features of the day. Street, from 6 to 8 p.m.
supposed to be a big, fat tanker
busses and
All
Attractions which have offered cars can park
plane high In the air around here
Somewhere. free admission to members of the free at the Chamber of Commerce

Armed Forces include Potter's Tourist Center on San Marco
below and
The Azores passed
Wax Museum, Ripleys'Believe It Avenue.
they kept on going. Then 200
miles east of the Islands they sawa Or Not' Museum, The LIghtner
/ of Hobbies The Old Just A
beautiful 'sight that tanker, 4 Museum Jail,
St. Farm The
Augustine Alligator ,
plane right where It was supposed -
aA Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse In the RsmiidsrTomorrow
to be.The .
And"seven U.S., Fort Castillo de San Marcos,
simple.
rest was
the Oldest House in the U. S.TheLa Friday, November
hours and 13 minutes after leavingthe
u4.Card Leche Shrine, The Old Sugar 15, is the deadline for advance-
NAS Jacksonville,
ground at
Mill, The Fountain of Youth, Old ment requlrements to be submitted -
the Skywarrior touched hard. con-
Inn Museum of Yester totheMllitaryPersonnelOfficeto
Spanish ,
crete again for the first' time on
the day's Toys, Great Nazarene Mus- enable applicants to participatein
Rota.
at
runway and the Old the February 1964 Navy-wide
This was a record. Maybe not Generator Program--developed by Charles PI eascon. MAC eum Spanish Treasury.
competitive examinations.c .
much of a record in the scheme of and Mrs Barbara Nettles All servicemen must beinuniform




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Protestant Services at the All ; .. ",
Saints' Chapel

SUNDAY JAX AIR NEWS\ Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
8:30: a.m. Service of Holy Com distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

munion Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Wor- private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR

ship .. NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages 5E0.EXRCLE :: Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-
IfcOOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- Telephone EV-9-7711, Ext. 8162.
ship Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship I concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
WEDNESDAY ,i---- Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida

_.. 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- .. Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.

hearsal
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal VOL. 21 NO. 36 NOVEMBER 14, 1963



Catholic Services at St. Edward's HAS Toastmasters Club
Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hospital -
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SUNDAY MASS

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital Offers 10 MembershipsThe

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. -
Edward's Chapel Navy-Civilian Toastmasters day evening at Karl Hellenthauls
DAILY MASS Club #2366 is now recruit- Restaurant on Normandy Boule-

1130 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel Childhood Lesson of Sharing Ing ten new members. This Club vard.
MONDAY & TUESDAY was chartered aboard the stationin Persons Interested in further
1957, and is a member of Toast- Information contact Ted WU-

4:15 p.m. FRIDAY King Hall, NATTU Applies To Adult DrivingWhile masters International, Santa Anna, klnson, Bldg may 704, Ext. 623; Les

Calif. Toastmasters Internationalis Anderson, Ext. 8229 or Bob
.
12:05 U. S. Naval Hospital -
p.m. educational
a non-profit organi- O'Neill, Ext. 691.
SATURDAY in most states it's not should keep a lookout for drivers zation which has helped more than A Toastmasters' Club Is an
-- St.Edward's permissible to drive an automo- have missed the signalTo
9:00 a.m. Chapel who may three-quarter million men throughIts providing its
CONFESSIONS-SA TURDA Y bile until we've reached the legal be on the safe side we must of self expressionand organized group
program members with opportunities to Im-
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before driving age, many of the lessonswe watch out, too, for the driver who self improvement. There are their abilities to speak In
Masses have to learn as drivers go tries to grab more than his share- now more than 3,600 clubs in prove conduct meetings, and develop -
public
Catechism Classes: Grade School back to childhood training.One by speeding up just as the green every state of the union, every ,executive abilities. In con-
SATURDAY of these is sharing tak- light turns yellow.So province of Canada and in 43 fellowship ambitious men
ing our turn. It's a lesson which if you care. . sharel! other countries. genial
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities hard children Practically every help each other through practice,
comes to of ten-
United States station In
military criticism and
building 722NURSERY der years. To offer the biggest the world has a ToastmastersClub. mutual constructive
of
slice of cake to the kid next door the assumption responsibilitieswithin
The Naval Air Station Nursery the organization.
doesn't make
good sense to apreschool The NAS Club meets Tues-
560 Child every
located In Building on -

day Street morning., opens at Parents 8:15 a.m.attending on Sun- easy one go for ahead a young youngster.of lad him,-either.To in let line some-isn't From Oars to Reactors: A Brief

Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- However, as we grow older,
vices may leave young children in most of us learn about the im-
the nursery without charge. portance of sharing and taking Look at 2000Yrs. of Naval ProgressIt

turns. Sometimes we learn the

hard way, but we do learn.
Certainly ly the time we reach In the year 45 BC, a Roman was a good idea, and soon takenup so, reluctantly, but inevitable,
... driving age there should be no galley was forced to call off the by the shipbuilders, for steam sails were abandoned. Coaling

Blood Donors doubt In our minds about the need blockade of an enemy-held Island was efficient, powerful, and de- stations became important out-
for sharing with others and exer- fortress In Mediterranean. The pendable..as long as there was posts; the supply train became a
cising fairplay. It's extremely reason? The ship ran out of fuel. This could be something ofa vital part of naval strategy; the

Important because driving is one drinking water.In problem. steamship became queen of the
donated blood
Fifty-five people activity where these principlesmust a very real sense, water was The average ship could carry seas.
recently to the Naval Hospital be practiced constantly.Yet the 'fuel' for an oarpropelledship. enough coal to go from, say, New The next major change came
Blood Donor Center. Those fromO
even among drivers of ma- Most galleys also carried York to Liverpool, but not for the but 25 years later, with the demonstrated -
& R were: R.K.Admaue, ADJ3; ture years It seems difficult to sail for long-distance cruising; return trip. For a merchant ship, superiority of the use

A.LButtsADJ3J; R.R.CollmanAA; understand that, in sharing the but the oars were there If the it was easy enough to take on another of oil Instead of coal for fuel.
W.J.Frost, AN; D.E. GallatinAN; highway with others, there will be wind failed during a battle. The load of coal and then head It was more efficient, burned

W.W.Matthews, ARD1; G.Millard, times when we will have to let galley design was an attempt to home. But for a naval vessel, cleaner, was more easily loaded
AN; R.L.Robinson, A02; and F.O. him go first.Judgment. solve the very real problem of howto sent out on distant patrol among and carried, and more easily fed

Wilson, AN. as to when preciselyto get there and back again, under the islands of the Pacific, avail- to the fires. The shift from coalto
From Air Force 679th the donors
were: S SGT. TMCampA2CTD. assert our right to the road- all conditions. However man- ability' of coal was a major con- oil required substantial refitting

Cook CAPT. RJ.Franklin, A2C way, and when to relinquish it to power became impractical as men cern. So much so, that for almost of ships; the equipment was
J.L.Meeks A1C J.S. Perry, and the other fellow, isn't always obvious and oars became more vulnerableto eighty years rfter the invention costly; and, for some countries,
or And mistakescan new weapons--and ships became of the there of
A2C J. B. Nunes, easy. steam ship, the was the problem supply.
,, Donors from AOA School NATTU be fataL larger to carry the weapons, as navies of the world put most of The United States had plenty of
't well as to be able to
WERE: R.L.BlandAAJ.WBennettAA The law makes a choice for us operate their shipbuilding dollars into a oil, but Great Britain, for example -
in many Instances. At an Inter- over greater distances.The compromise i combination was faced with a very real
; D.B. Eastes, AA; A.J.Nappi, ships of the world became
section controlled by traffic lights, sail/steam ship. dilemma coal plentiful in
AA; R.A.Normand, AA; R.F. Roth- sailing ships. Often They were reluctant : was
for example, we are told we must they were to give the the British Isles, but there was no
up
root, AA; R.E.Sanders, AA; J.C. magnificent examples of the ship- security
Ulrich, AA; R.L. Brown AAW.E. stop and when to proceed. builder's art, hugh floating fort- offered by a set of sails. These oil to be found there. A supply
Carey, AN; J.E. Cawthray, AA; Stop-and-go Intervals are resses embellished with ships normally cruised on the line would have to be set up o\er
J.B. Culllson, AA; LA. Davis, AA; usually determined on the basisof decoration. They could glittering sail- wind, saving fuel, using their thousands of miles to bring in the

R.G. Ferrara, AA; R.D. Hainsey, traffic counts and directional around the world, do battle on a boilers only when, absolutely ne- oil--and in time of war, that supply

AARK.; Kass, AAJ.V. Kraft, AA; flow. It is basically the only moment's notice, and last for years cessary. line could be severed by an enemy
R.F. Macuga-; V. Oeltjen AA; ,fair way of de'terming right-of- with reasonable care. There was Developments in naval weapons, fleet. But the obvious superiorityof
B.E. Ruberg, AA; J.O.Sharp, AA; way. It's a system of sharing still the problem of the wind--or however, brought new Aesign requirements oil could not be denied; oil
M.F.Turck, AA; R.J. Welsh, AA; which, at a properly engineered the occasional lack of it. But for a warship which became the standard. Today, a
C.D. Westover, AA; and W. R. Intersection, works for the bene- there ,was no substitute;; even ifa could withstand direct hits from new 'standard' is coming to the
Wightman, AA. fit of everyone. As mature dri- naval planner had thought It heavy of guns and torpedoes: a ship fore: nuclear power has provenits
solid
Brig donors were: RBell, AR; vers we shouldn't become upsetor desirable, it would have been im- belt steel construction, with superiority.
a of
R.E. Clowser, AC3; W.L.DowFN; impatient when confronted witha practical to have added a bank of armor over a foot thick I There is nothing particularly

H.J. Goffe, AR; R.McDonald, AA; red light. It happens to.everybody oars to these ships. The oarscould protecting on such vital spaces. Put sails mysterious about a nuclear power
D.L.Morris, AA; R.R. Peterson, a monster and it would much
have
stirred up a lot of water be plant. Basically, it works
SR; D.H.Proctor, SR; J.H. Seaux. but would be lucky to keep the ship a full lucky to make three, knots in like an. oil-fired plant. Fuel pro-
.. FN; J.W. Sharon, ANH.C.; Shelley, But even when the light turpsgreen moving at bare steerageway.In gale. put a steam engine vides heat, which converts water
to
work
YN3; D.M. Smith, AR; E.e.Tarver, we can't forget that we are 1807 Robert Fulton got the and the ship could lumber to. steam, which provides the
FN; and RE.Walker.SN. sharing the Intersection with idea along at an honest 20 knots. The which is
bright to put a steam engine- best of energyto turn a turbine
the
The donor from NAS Operationswas others. We should wait for it which had been around fora famed sailing shlpS--those connected to a propellor which.
W. A. Hall, SN. to clear before proceeding, and hundred for their rapid 'crossings' throughthe
years or so--on a ship. --rarely exceeded 15 knots. And as it turns, moves the ship
water.

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ManneBarracks Commanding f


I Officer Promoted To Major/

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Promotion ceremonies were
held last Thursday for the Com-
manding Officer of the NAS Ma-
r rine Barracks, G.A. Wickman, as I
he received the gold oak leafs of

major. '
Captain James R. Compton,NAS
Commanding Officer, conductedthe 1 1"i'
promotion in his office and
assisted the new major's wife,
F
Mary Ellen, In pinning on the
leaf clusters.

a Major Wickman came to Jacksonville "'. '"" ':! .
from Okinawa where he Ac.t
was a company commander with
HAPPY OCCASION came last Thursday, when G. A. Wickman, NAS the Third Tank Battalion. Sinceat COMMEMORATIVE AFFAIR High ranking Marine officers at the \
Marine Barracks Commanding Officer, was promoted to major. The the Jax Barracks he has ser- NAS Cecil Field Officer's Recreation Facility roll out a cake com-
ceremonies were held in the office of Captain J. R. Compton NAS ved as the Guard Officer, the memorating the 187th Anniversary of the Marine Corps. Two other
Commanding Officer, where he and Mrs. Wickman pinned on the Executive Officer and more recently celebration balls were also held last weekend, the Staff NCO Ballat
gold oak leafs. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone.J01)) assumed the Commanding the NAS Cecil Field CPO Club and another at the NASJax Blue-

the many,_ varied preoccupiedtraits Officer position. jacket's Inn. Lt. Col. L.B Dochterman, CO of MARTD, Jax cut
Guest SpeakersContinued drivers tend to possess. Enlisting in the Marine CorpsIn each of the cakes (Navy Photo)
1944, he was Involved In the
Two such hazzards he
said are
from
( Page 1))
final actions of World War II
intoxication and taking the
and told the men what the patrol off of the road. eyes In the Pacific, Including the mop Instructor and then with the State was an Instructor, then on to
expects of military drivers, both The "what can expect from up of Japanese forces In China. Department up until the outbreakof Amarillo, Tex., as an Inspector-
In and out of uniform. His talk the Shore you Patrol" remarksby His career broadened following the Korean Conflict Instructor followed by an assign-
also touched on driving after drinking Chief Feigt, says Lt.Bronson, the war serving as a recruit drill In 1952, as a master ser- ment at Ft. Knox, Ky. It was
and speeding, two causes which geant In Korea, he received a from Ft. Knox that he receivedhis
were very enlightening accordingto plays In the trial.
have boosted Duval Co. into
an commission In the in
Corps. assignment Okinawa priorto
discussions with the crewmen. This meeting of all hands by
extremely high accident rate His first( as an offi- to Jacksonville.
The shore patrolman gave a run VA-45 was only the first of assignment reporting
bracket. cer was again with the Third Major Wickman and his wife
down where several
on exactly a military Lt. Bronson has planned. ti
Tassopoulos, who Is the safety traffic offender goes, what the And from all Indications, Tank Battalion this time at Camp live with their six children whose
engineer for Jacksonville's Naval Fuji Japan. Following another ages from three to 13 at
shore patrol does in its part of primarily from crew reaction, the range
Air Techrtcal Training Unit,talkedon investigation, how bail Is set if format Is Interesting and shows tour In Korea, the major return- 6882 Mother Goose St., Cedar
good driving habits and necessary, and what role the patrol promise of being well accepted. ed to Quantico, Va., where he Hills, Jacksonville.











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In LeadershipThe


Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve -

Training Unit has another
first place winner from the Naval

Air Technical Training Unit
'I: Leadership School. He is Kent H. .

I < Gunn, ATI, of the NARTU Air ,'
!oo
'j craft Maintenance Department. ;J". .
Coming In a close second in the

school was Terry Bouck, PNl !,,.. i

\$ of the NARTU Officer Procure- ... '
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Navalser- SERVICEMAN CHECK is presented to D.J. Neldetcher. YNa:
: Gunn has seven years i bv
:
., '', .{".".. ...-.......,,..J.' ;4'\,3 ,". vice and resides with his wife Capt. J.R. Compton in presence of division officer Lt. Cdr *.
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-. ,\ Joyce and daughter Robbln aboard Nichols. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOI)

the station.

HONORMAN PLAQUE --- Kent H. Gunn ATI, of NARTU receivesthe NARTU has had five honormenof
NATTU Leadership School honorman plaque from Capt. C. G. the nine NATTU Leadership

Strum, NATTU CO. (Navy Photo) Classes this year. Neidetcher AcclaimedAs



WESTERN AUTO ExceptionalPerformance NAS Serviceman3y

Chris Cole, $N

ASSOCIATE STORE Donald J. Neidetcher, a yeoman up and returning classified
Wins Honor third class, who for the past 20 material; processing and mailing

1 mi. north of HAS at 5541] Roosevelt Blvd. months has been working In the outgong correspondence; per-
In By D.W. Warren, J03 mallroom of theNASMilitaryPersonnel forming yeoman duties for
Venetia Village.
Performance of assigned dutiesIn Office was presented last Causualty Assistance Calls Of-
Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes, a manner so outstanding as to be Friday with a check for $50 by ficer; Serviceman of the Month;

"I Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc. above and beyond that which Is nor- Captain James R. Compton, NAS and the Clemency Board. He has
More than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM mally expected has won for Thomas Commanding Officer. He also received also under his supervision two non-
Lebda, PN2, honors as Naval Air
EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE a one day all expense paid rated personnel and acts as Night
Technical Training Unit's "Ser- trip to St. Augustine upon being MAA for the CPO Quarters.
EV 8-3470 viceman of the Month". chosen"Serviceman of the Month" His duties have required that he
Lebda Is attached to the Education of the
courtesy USO. enhance his knowledge of various
and Training Office at Naval Neidetcher Is responsible for filing and ordering systems, a
Where to turn for ? Air Technical where he Is
money Training the receiving and routing of all task which he completed In part,
assigned to the Officer Programs Incoming correspondence; cor- during his off hours. Perhaps most
Section.He .
recting binders; manuals; picking Important Is the lighthearted
received a Letter of Com-
amiability and congeniality with
mendation, C.G.
signed by Captain
which he performed and rendered
Strum, Naval AirTechnical Training -
services to all, even when their
Commanding Officer, In cere-
consideration and attitude did not
monies held Oct. 25.
match his own, said his re-
The Letter of Commendationread
commendation.
In part:
"Lebda Is a completely dedi- Neidetcher's personal appear-
cated and ance Is Invariably Indicative of
congenial Individual whoIs .
well liked and respected by both great pride In himself and in the
officers and his Naval uniform whichhewears im
men. Wearing uniform -
with great pride, his appear- pressively. His capabilities and
ance and military bearing Is con- knowledge of his present assign
ment parallel those of an experienced -
sistently outstanding. He Is a
career Navyman who shoulders his petty officer In pay grade
responsibilities to the Navy him- E-5 or above It was revealed.

self and his shipmates in such a Exam Date
manner as to deserve this recognition -
." Set ForNROTC

In addition to the letter of com-
mendation Lebda received a $25
The 18th annual
com
Navy's
U.S. Government Savings Bond and,
petitive examination for the Reg-
courtesy of the USO and the St. -- ---
------
ular Naval Reserve Officers
Augustine Chamber of Commerce
,
THOMAS LEBDA, PN2 will be
a free trip to historic St. Augustine. Training Corps (NROTQ)
More servicemen to HFC given to eligible high school seniors
go and graduates on December

Need money for a good purpose? See an HFC FALL CLOSE-OUT SALE 14 Application, 1963. forms are now available

military loan specialist. He knows how to meet at high schools and Navy

your exact money needs. Recruiting Stations or from the
ON 63" PHILCO & EMERSON T.V.'s Chief of Naval Personnel, Navy

rw't MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS Department, Washington 25, D.C.
24 18 12 6 FREE DEMONSTRATION BY be
i parmts parrots parmts paYmss APPOINTMENT Completed applications must
Ask about Credit $100 5.93 7.29 10.07 18.48 returned by November 22.

Life Insurance 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 PHILCO I COURIER I -" Designed to supplement the officer -
300 17.79 21,88 30.21 ,
55.45 e output of the Naval Academy
on loans 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 MODEL 2600 z the NROTC program makes It

at group rates 600 3.1.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 possible for a young man to earna
Charges art computed at Jon that part of regular Navy commission while
scheduled monthly balances, not txtttdint$300
and 2% on any remainder $12888 studying at a civilian college of

his choice among the 52 which have
HOUSEHOLD I Y NROTC units. All tuition cost,
FINANC
SPECIAL books, and fees are furnished bv
--aarpata bai-- MIDLAND T ABLES87 t the Navy, and the student receivesan

THIS WE .., annual retainer of $600 dur

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 ing the four year course. the

Cedar Hills Shopping Center student During takes summer part vacations In training

.. 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 MARRK T.V:% successfully cruises as a completing midshipmen.the After four

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 year college course,he Is commis-
Abate office open Friday evenings until 8 P.M. 2368 BLANDING 0,.. sioned an Ensign In the regular

SERVICE CALLS Navy or a 2nd Lieutenant In the
ZONE 10 $9
.nn regular Marine Corps and goeson

active duty.t .



NOVEMBER 14, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGES
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Production Dispatcher tinsRibbon'for . RENTALS 'v i 1 i

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Raising Poultry. rj SALES -

by Chris Cole, SN MORTGAGES-

At the Jacksonville Agriculturaland The second prize winners were:
Industrial Fair Mrs. Garnett white Chinese
geese; gray geese; -INSURANCE-
Davlswho works at the NAS
Overhaul a Polish chicken; a Cornish game
and Repair Department Con- chicken and guinea blue,and white Serving Duval I
trol Center, walked away with chickens and Clay CountiesFor
not just one ribbon but 48 rib- For every first prize winner i Personal Service
I
bons and one trophy Mrs. Davis received $2 and for \j a :::.., CALL
',
Mrs. Davis became InterestedIn second prize winners $1.50.The / '

raising poultry about seven or prize money amounted to $70 In .t'r v JEttFAMILY OH) DAVIS
eight years ago, but this Is the
all.The
first year she has attempted to champion bird raiser is
AFFAIR Donald J, Godwin, center, is congratulated after REALTORS-INSURORS
enter petition.The any. of her birds for com- now mklng plans to show her being sworn into the Naval Air Reserve by Lt. Cdr. RB, Newman, 588 S. Edj.wood t, "***:
birds again at next year's fair. NARTU Recruiting Officer and his father John J. Godwin, ATC of
blue ribbon first prize win- She is originally from Louisa, FAETU Det. 2. Young Godwin plans to attend Jacksonville University EV 44444 CO 4-9442
ners were: a silver pheasant; Kentucky and came to Jackson- and graduation begin his active duty with the Photo
upon Navy (Navy
a ring neck pheasant mixed ._ _
_
; a ville with her husband In 1943 Walter R. -
by
Wagener
J03) |
breed pheasant; a peacock; one but now they live in Middleburg':
cock rooster and two hens. The Mrs. Davis has worked In the J
trophy was given to a male silver Overhaul and Repair Departmentsince Auto LiabilityINSURANCE
pheasant because It was considered 1944 and holds the positionof
the most unusual bird In the a production dispatcher which
showing. The colors were silver Involves the ordering of materialfor Send A PackageTo
streaks down the back and tail the entire department of the
with a complete black breast, red Control Center. We Insure McDOUGALLi
comb and gills. A ServicemanBy INSURANCE


II '\ AGENCY
( }. x" i Near Main Gate NAS, JAX-Phone EV 8.7676
; :, November 20 6463 Roosevelt d' MONTHLY P

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II 1'5..( .
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I: I.
fW'. ;J Have you thought about your .,
Ac' ''' ...'4 f'4'. Christmas shopping? It's not too

", :a .J early to start, especially If yon1 re YUKON DINER
I' t.: planning to send a package to a
,. serviceman or woman somewhere

... 4 .. q ;,' overseas. Just outside Main Gate2nd Door from Yukon Post Office
: ::: should be mailed
"\ (1. ,:: '. ;, Your package BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND
I > 'i!. 1IfM ,'. .... : between November 1st and November -
.
20th for delivery by Christ-
OPEN 10:00 TO 01:00
'" .. mas. Remember that careful :
,, 14. ; if> wrapping, and a correct, legible SANDWICHES DANCING NITELY
address are Important too. Each
year there are poorly wrapped or COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER
Improperly addressed parcels
which never reach their PHONE 387-9351

destinations.Be .

',.. a '''' .'.e''! enjoys extra his Christmas sure your serviceman by mailing BLACK ANGUS MEAT CO

: your packages--clearly addressedand

k ftf"H securely wrapped--before the "A Real Old I'ashioned Meat Market"
last day. Include his addressand "
your return address Inside A STEAK OR A STEER

TOP PRIZES Mrs. Garnett Davis of the NAS Overhaul and Repair the Do package not send also. perishable food 4029 BLANDING BLVD PH. 771-7362

Control Center Department holds trophy which she won for her entryof Items, matches or lighter fluid.
a male silver pheasant and 48 ribbons for other poultry enteredat Your parcel must not weigh more 09
the Jacksonville Agricultural and Industrial Fair. (Navy Photo GROUND M 1
than 70 pounds"or be more than BEEF 3 LB.
by Ron Gardner, PH2)) 100 Inches In length and girth comblned. -

However, size and weight
limits vary according to desti- CHARCOAL 20 LB 8ge
nation of package.Your .
local post office( can supply FOREMOST
May November Always Prove you with full details regarding

weight, size, and prohibited arti ICEMILK iwtu 39(
cles. Shop early and be sure-- ( )

Important Months to NavymanEach package have your on serviceman's its way overseas Christmas before We Specialize In Deep Freeze Orders
Quality and Price/ to Suit You
November 20th.
...

.
year the months of May and L.G. Hahn who will be design- "

and November are the time for rejoicing ated as PNSN. .
(for many enlisted personnel The officer personnel of COM-
throughout the entire Navy. Why?? FAIRWING Eleven Staff are also
well, as any Navyman can tell you holding their own in the promotion 51 DF .
these are the traditional times for department. Recent and pro-
advancement In rate, except for spective promotions Include: L. R.
chief petty officers who are advanced Roberts, Maintenance and Material
In five Increments, May, Officer, and J. P. Cullwell Pro- t to
July, September, November, end spective Administrative and Per- the Friendly Folks at
January, following the annual examination sonnel Officer promoted to com-
conducted in February.Fleet mander; W. L. Carter and G. A. t t'
Air Wing Eleven Staff Phillips, Jr., appointed as ensign
personnel who will have the pri- under the Limited Duty Officer
\llege this November of passingout Program.In y ,,' vV 1234 KING STREET
cigars as well as enjoying the addition, three staff(f officers "f' : near Park Street
benefits of Increases In pay and have received notification of their :
RMCM selection for promotion to lieu- 384-7541
prestige are: D.C. Cause ;
N.U. Turpen Jr., RMCS: M D. tenant commander in the near I V. W.I DI C
Fowler, PNCA; C, E. Coleman, future. They are : Lieutenant's .. .
RM1; A.L. Boisclair, Jr., RM1; P.L. Hryskanlch; R. J, W. Smith;
B.T. Wood, RMS; J.A. Upton PN3; and R.W, Stuebben, Jr. .



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t L.-.r.- Srvk. C..ler Hills Dunce cpocIb llwjickets inn Aces Die,

, Thursday November U CIb
,A Square Dance especially for W. Forsyth St.
Carl 1
Dance to
servicemen will be held on SatThere will be no charge and free Notes Dance Contest Thursday, November 14
12:00 a.m.
urday. November 16 at 8:00 p.m. refreshments will be served.at Boyd 8:00 p.m. : Country Drifters 8:30 11:30 p.m.
the Lutheran Service Center. 19 November 15
Friday
November 14 ,
Thursday, Friday, November 15
I Happy Hour Country Drifters 9:00 p.m. Cresents
8:00 p.m. 12:30
1:00 a.m.Saturday. a.m.
PIZZATAKE pAflYfr Friday, November 15 November 16 Saturday, November 16

Johnny Arnold Marc Castle Combo 8:30 _
March Wilson and the Red Coats : pm.
> \ Saturday, November 16 9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m. 12:30 a.m.Sunday.
'' OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM Art Combo November 17
Longo Sunday, November 17
.PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS Game Night 5:30 .
Sunday, November 17 Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings p.m.. 7:30: p.rn
ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI I Chantels 8:00 D.m. 11:30 p.m.
Charlie Jay Combo i 8:00: p.m, 12:00 a.m.

... .,.. PIZZA. Monday November 18
18 ,
... Monday, November 18 Monday, November

our specialty" Pizza Night Dining and Dancing Open ,
Tuesday, November 19
FRANK DERICKSON Tuesday, November 19 Tuesday, November 19

"In the lira,! of Cedar HUlt" Game NightWednesday Happy.Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Game Night 7:30 p.m. 10:30p.m.:

November 20 November 20 Wednesday November 20
Wednesday
3619 ,
Blandin Blvd.-Ph. 771-0170
.
Hour 4:00 6:00
Happy : p.m.
p.m
Western Night Game Night 8:00 p.m.


MoviesMovies



will be shown regularlyat
BLAST 7 p.m. on Monday through Saturday -

I ; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.on Saturday -
; and Sunday at the Mainside
and NATTU Theaters and at7p.m.
HIGH PRICES! only on Sunday at the Hospital
C Theater. These times are sub-
ject to change.

5642 NORMANDY BLVD. Thursday, November 14

Mainside Wonderful World of
the Brothers Grimm
PH. 3885447CUITls Laurence Harvey Clarle Bloom
NATTUnlt A Ticklish Affair

Shirley Jones Gig Young
Hospital Hell Is for Heroes
Steve McQueen Bobby Darin

Friday November 1 1S

Curtis Mathes Mainside Armored Command
Howard Keel Tina Louise
NATTUnlt Wonderful World of
the Brothers Grimm
Laurence Harvey Clarle Bloom

COLOR TV Hospital A Ticklish Affair
MunS Shirley Jones Gig Young

, THE PREMIER NOW(ONLY Saturday, November 16

Mainside Johnny Cool
$399THE Henry SUva
RADITELEVISIONS NATTUnlt Armored Command
Howard Keel Tina Louise
? __ FINEST COLOR TV CHASSIS IS THE CMC 15. World of
BOASTING 25.000 VOLTS OF REGULATED PICTURE POWER. THE Hospital Wonderful
CMC INCORPORATES: POWER TRANSFORMER 3 STAGE WIDE- the Brothers Grimm
BAND IF. KEYED AGC AND A PERFECT COMBINATION OF HAND-
WIRED AND "UNITIZED" ETCHED CIRCUITS(EACH USED WHERE Laurence Harvey Clarie Bloom
IT SERVES BEST) TO PROVIDE PROLONGED. TROUBLE-FREE
GENUINE WALNUT UtINtT PERFORMANCE. LEGS ARE OPTIONAL. Sunday, November 17

Mainside King of the Roaring

[:C:ii D CURTIS MATHES THE THE GREENSBORO DELUXE FEATURES HAS ALL 20's David Janssen Diane Foster

An outstanding home entertainment NATTUnit Johnny Cool
HOME ENTERTAINMENT center of modern design Henry SilvaHospital.
of
genuine walnut veneers and
CENTER o hardwood solids. Features the Armored Command
deluxe 23" hand wired TV
Howard Keel Tina Louise
tube with Kimcode picture'
23" TV dellty. CM record special changer slpreo-t plays> -fl- Monday, November 18
.. all records automatically The Mainside -
STEREO : 32 chassis In the AM-FM radio Sundays <* Cybele
provides the finest In AM ra- Hardy .Kruger Nicol Courcel
dio and FM radio
52 1/." wde! 27 1/4"rl'ct'ptlon high, NATTUnit King of the Roaring
AM-FM RADIO 17 d e 20's

THE GREENSBORO NOW ONLY$9QO95 NO CASH DOWNI David Janssen Diane Foster
No Payments Til JanuaryTELEVISION Hospital Johnny Cool
Henry SUvaTuesday

M November 19

sa Mainside 55 Days at Peking
0 Charleston Heston Ava Gard

SENSATIONAL (QJD 23" NATTUnit ner Sundays & Cybele

NEW 1964 Hardy Druger Nicol Courcel
A DIRECT FACTORY TO YOU PRICE, GUARANTEED TO GIVE YOU THE Hospital King of the Roaring
HIGHEST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
'! 20'sDavid
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THE WESTCHESTER NOW ONLY $16995WITH .- 1 Janssen Diane Foster

Wednesday, November 20

TRADE Mainside Beach Party
Bob CUmmings Dorothy Malone
.. Hand Wired 23.000 Volt Power Trinsforcner Chassis
Modern Delolcn Cablntry of Genuine Walnut NATTUnit 55 Days ?t Peking
'The New Kin code Picture Tube UExploslon Proof Charleston Heston Ava Gardner -
Keyed AGC Control High Fidelity Audio Circuit

Hospital Sundays & Cybele
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: .!: : Jlr.. ( o :: ) VP-7 Crews On the Move Above, Below WaterNews I

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... ; .
,;, 'oj' 0< from Patrol Squadron orders promoting four of the to strive harder to ''attain a goal

I I ".., Seven finds a detachment returningfrom squadron's chiefs to E-8. He commended such as this. The four chiefsare
I ;' Key West, four pilots becoming the men on their outstanding Ecklof, J. W. SOCj'R: T.

..,... submariners for a day and accomplishment and encour- Hocker, ADC: J. M. Laughlin.
I seven men promoted to senior chief aged all the men In the squadron AXC; and D. Stnderson, ATC

I'I petty officers. ,
''I
1 ;,; On Monday, November 4 the last
1I 4; k detachment of planes returned I MARRK SPECIALTIESRNiYES
I 1I from NAS Key West bringing to

I .l tu a close a four month detachment

assignment.
Headed by CommanderPhaon B.

/ Derr, Jr., VP-7 skipper,the Black
Falcons racked up a total of 1019.4 SISSORS
flight hours for the month of October

,
VA-15 DOES IT AGAIN I Ensign Walter E, Wishart returns his first The duties as Commander Key
salute to a J. Tauzin, YN3 both assigned to VA-15. Ensign Wishart West Forces Maritime Air Patrol SHAR EN ED

received his commission after 13 years In the Navy and three years Squadron were transferred to
with VA-15. He Is the fourth petty officer from VA-15 to receive a VP-21, home based at NAS Brunswick OPENING 2368 SPECIAL BlandlngBUICK 25$ EACH

commission this past year. VA.IS also has six men up for the LDO Maine. They will continuethe

Program this year. The former ADRI will leave for LDO Schoolat Intensified training over the : ''''
"' \\\ ::;''.: O {', S
Pensacola in February and then on to the USS Independence. (Navy South Florida straits as well as o \\\ fl .. o &
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) maintaining the ASW and SAR alert \\ .
..pI1ZJ
status for that area.

Naval 1 Review To Select Before returning to Jacksonville .#/
Cdr. Derr received a (7.u{ i7
I "Well done" for the squadron from ..c__ ,;. t? -

10 Best PhotosPhotographs Rear West Admiral Forces.Kirn, CommanderKey EA.I

Lieutenant W. Zaborniak, Lieutenant ./
for theannual"TenBest" some, hard-bound book covering
;
Grade and I
Junior R. Dyer, ;
Naval Review Photo Contest all aspects of Naval, Coast Guard, j
Lieutenant Junior Grade R. Folts
must be in the Editor's hands by and Marine Corps operations of recently went aboard the USS Ti-
31 1964. the previous year. Those photo-
,
January
rante (SS-420)) for a one day cruise
submitted and accepted before -
The "Ten Best" are selected graphs
of West with
out to
each year and featured In the U. S. January ::31, 1964, will be usedto Key operate
the Venezuelan submarine-Carlte
Naval Institute's annual publication Illustrate The Naval Review, and VP-7 aircraft. 591 PARK ST. PHONE 355-8571 w i:1liIIIIIl1tgL \\\\\1,\\\

The Naval Review.
The aircraft and submarines
1965.Copies of The Naval Review, .
Photos must be taken In 1963to conducted exercises in
be eligible; they may be officialor 1964 will be available In early the West numerous the
Key area giving patrol : EIS
December. Photos submitted m
unofficial photos covering any ... pilots some first hand experienceat :
should be addressed "The Ten
Navy, Marine Corps, CoastGuard, the submariners
maritime subject.The Best," U. S. Naval Institute,Anna- game.
or
At morning quarters on November 3 Locations To Serve You "
ten winners will be awarded polls, Maryland. 5, Cdr. Derr read official
$50 each. All photos published
will photographers credit
carry t:,
line. Photos not selected in the { e : I Iy" 5444 NORMANDY- From Atlantic Mills
"Ten Best" category may be usedto i. '

illustrate various facets of the 2809 MAYPORT RD.- Yz Mile'From HS Got.
Review, and the photographers will ""'
AND HOWl!
be paid for their use at the rate ,
of $aOO for each photo used. 1 *1': 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Ji Mile N. NAS Gate
e
The Naval Review Is a han4- I ( :K (formerly Pruitt Tire Co.)

BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ

DEPARTMENTALContinued t. ; Y4 : f On Tires Botterl.shoa./ 'Broke PARMAN
N (Ref C.P.OJWE ,
x Front End *Engine A Transmission/ Work
from page 1. ,

cess of {his new process, a major I I1S1i4'LiJ4Ii:i.ii
portion of the work Involved In r

developing system, preparing IlikL. # ( -.[ F NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS
and
operating Instructions coordinating ,
the Installation of the BRUNSWICK PREMIUM
t \< 1 10
In the
program Supply Departmentwas
100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless
performed Mrs. Nettles,
by
while Chief WELCOME ABOARD ... Cdr. Pha on B Derr, Jr., (center) command Nationwide Guarantee In Writing
Prescott prepared
Ing officer of VP-7 and Lt. Cd r. Ihl Knudsen,VP-7 maintenance 36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee
tested and installed the machine
officer greet Cdr. J. G. Boniface, applications. 800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE
at NAS Brunswick Maine. (Navy Pr oto)
850x14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE
the ONE place to 900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE
650 x 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE
USD NotesThursday call for
670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE
November 14 760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE
moneythe 820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE

Thanksgiving 8:00 p.m. Buffet 6:00 p.m. WHEELALIGNMENT

Nick Elkins& Blue Ridge Runners minute you want it I CON FREE
8:30 p.m.Friday. y 8

Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea CJ WITH PREMIUM 3 QA
November 15 )
son furloughs, expenses, bills, you name.it! And get a = TIRES OTHERWISE O.77

Wallflower Party Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate C

Saturday, November 16 Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere
Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! 670x15
NAS Cecil Field Honor Night Brunswick J'KE

ANY U.S.S .
1O
Special
Sunday, November 17 BENEFICIAL BUILT CAR

Movie: "The Decks Ran Red" 89 PARTS & LABOR
FINANCE SYSTEM

Monday, November 18 loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note ALL PRICES PLUS FEDERAL AND STATE TAX

Ladies Choice JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville wsw
311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel l 0' EL gin 3.4473 BIG CHIEF TIRE CO..
Tuesday, November 19 .5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in) .f.V 4-4595 750 x 14TUBELESS
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.) 0 ,PO 5.2623 5444 NORMANDY 2809 MAYPORT
Game 8:00 1100pm. ,
Night p.m. of BLVD ROAD
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. Arlington
Wednesday, November 20, Town & Country Shopping Center 0 0 0' "RA 4-7910 1295 EV 9 0388 CH 6 4825
SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
Disc Jockey Show with Al Alberts 3436 Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza EX 8-1515 EV 44S31NOVEMBER
8:00: p.m. 11:00 p.m.



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( k Navy Wives :,>,: :: > ', : +> :;"": .;::*-Wt: :,:,:..i..::, .
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Club NotesNavy '( M gI : ::: J2' :' :
.: t i :1 Mx,> : ., :; 8.

Wives Club Jax #86 met
Ads should be moiled to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde DrIve/ ,
last Wednesday evening at their Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publi-
1q Clubhouse on Enterprise Avenue. cation the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this dead-
Mrs. Randy Lefler was line will be published the following week unless/ the publisher/ Is
Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
welcomed Into the organization the ad must be reat Ived WITH the copy for the ad.
the following guests were intro- DO NOT SEND CASH.

duced: Mrs. James Weaver, Mrs. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
David Pendly, Mrs. Koki Faasll, Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
Mrs. Will Wilcox, Mrs. Lavonne
Crenstein. Transfers from other
r clubs were Mrs. Elizabeth Miller,
Mrs. Jean Wotham and Mrs. Norma
Johnston.The FURN. APT. # 4 555 Oak. 1 or LAKE WEIR frontage, $65 foot.
DINNER AT ANTOINES French cuisine menu for JO WC's"New Orleans club members voted to dis- 2 Adults $45.00 Ev.8-9886 Terms. Buy now before next
} Night" Is reviewed by executive chef of the "0" Club, George tribute three baskets of food to summer's Increased prices. Miss
Briand and Mrs. C.B. Newton (left) and Mrs. J.C, Stoopack, cochairman -needy families for Thanksgiving.This Lillian Douglas, Welrsdale Fla.
and chairman, respectively for the fall charity affair. The will be handled by Club Chap- FURNISHED APT. Lake Shore
evening Nov. 23, promises a French Quarter flare with bunny girls, lain, Mrs. Stanly Cottrlll and her Small, clean. Utilities furn wk.
oyster bar, French cabaret and games. Tickets are selling at all committee.The or mo. $50 ATTENTION NAVY I For the best
commands for $2.50 per person. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone) Navy Wives voted also to Ev.9-4275 deal In used appliances see Hart's
pay the tuition for one child at Used Appliances. 4781 Lenox Av.
P AKObC of 1f'* the Pine Castle School for handi- Stove, ref, wash machine for
capped children. The club paid FOR SALE '60 Stude LARK $97.10. All appliances guaranteedfor

EXPRESSWAY ...FP.Y ATqN., .... tuition during the past school year WAGON 4DR; AT; A-l Cond. 90 days Hart, CPO, USN Ret.

APARTMENTSFURNISHED .i..:..:'::.i..:..:::.;:' ?ii'-}}! ):::::tIIt.....JIr1........:. on for one learning Navy that dependent this child child had and SP1-3286 6502 Barmer Dr. S. Phone Call 3886221.
"; left the area, decided to continuethe
:
support of another student.At 4031 BALTIC FOR RENT, 2
{, :'1
$65.00 .::.:.:.j:: ; ( this meeting a committee was FOR RENT Neat furnished cot- Bedroom Bungalow oil heat, new
..... ... .. ... named purchase all Items needed tage $60.00 Utilities Included. kitchen stove and refrigerator fur-
UNFURNISHED $55.00 t; :.Z for the upkeep and maintenance of 4158 Shirley Ave. Ph. EV7-5789 nished, garage. $80.00. Call
Children Welcome ; ; : ; f; fl the Clubhouse. Heading the com- or Ph. EV8-9723 EV 85545.
Conveniently Locatedto i'-'N. mittee will be Mrs. Harvey Bren-
downtown nan, assisted by Mrs. John Lee, ELECTROLUXvaccum
NAS and Cecil .,'..,'.. ..,','.,'.,'.,'..... Mrs. William Brown and Mrs. cleaner, complete with all
'John Buckman. attachments perfect condition. NAVAL TAILORS FOR
........ .i Balance $20 or off two
After the refreshments pay pay- THREE
OH) DAVISREALTORSINSURORS (J ** meeting GENERATIONS
served ments of $10 each. Call 359-
{:DUCA loN OF A were by Mrs. Thomas J.
MAN /IS NEVERCOMPLETE Bennett, Mrs. Bert Smith and Mrs. 3387.AAA
TILL, He DIES Dot Volsen.A Sewing Machine & UNIFORMSCIVILIAN
588 S. EdgewoodEV ; Social and Educational Meeting Vacuum Cleaner Co.
4-6444 CO 4.9442 ...1 08W E.lEE will be held Wednesday,November
SALE Home In
FOR
Ortega
20 at 7:30 p.m. at which time a
demonstration Manor Convenient toNAS. 4BRm
SEE YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK be given on by corsage Mrs. makingwill W. R. & 2 B. $450 down. 4738 SussexAv. CLOTHES

FOR YOUR NEEDS TO BETTER LIVING Fitch. Call Ev84729.
On November 23, a cocktail
Automobiles rw.K.. e dinner-dance will be held for APARTMENTS 1-2 Bedrooms- Custom Tailored InSlockService to
Home Improvements r ; club members, their husbands and Ortega Hills Across from NAS measure or
Modern Appliances r ; guests. Board members will host Kitchen equipped, air-cond-
Regular Checking j d this affair.Yule itioned, Patio.Burbrldge Realty NO DEPOSIT
Co. 117 E. Street.
Special Checking Bay .I
.w 6 Months to PAY
Safe Deposit Boxes \ --Y,,, 't Theme
...
Drive In Tellers ... A .' FOR SALE BY OWNERnearNAS
All Modern Banking Conveniences Slatted For schools 3 bdrm 2 baths, SEAFARER 535 s
fenced yard, alrcondltlonlng. Tailor made Blues...
FLORIDANATIONAL 'Wives LuncheonThe Call EV8-9784 or Ext. 8162. .1 HOUR DRY CLEANING

has announced that the programwill .PRESSING & FAST LAUNDR
December Luncheon of the have a Christmas theme and .ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS
BANKAT All Wives Club will be held December that the women are hard at work
4. at the NAS "0" Club. preparing a skit entitled "The
LAKE SHORE Mrs. J. A. Blackwell of Naval Christmas Fashion Rush".
4617 SAN JUAN AVENUE 2 Blocks From Roosevelt Air Reserve Training Unit, chair- Each person attending has been
MEMBER F.D.I.C. man of the Program Committee, asked to bring canned or other i II im
non-perishable food to fill the
lief.Christmas baskets for Navy Re- U.sss

Reservations should be made NEXT TO NAS JAX

through the reservation chairman EV 8-3556
for each activity.

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!It Sure Beats Walking Supply Goes Honoi ToMamich .


Les
By Rickey, jQ2


There once was a time In this When
you begin your trip, make
ountry when being a hobo was sure you have enough money to

[garded as a noble and exact- get you over the high spots-don't

hg profession, demanding respectnd depend upon luck completely, and A leadingman stockman [In the

soliciting understanding. To a never put yourself in the position Material Division of the Supply

[ublic largely unemployed by the where you are completely dependent Department has been honored as the

)epression, the carefree non- upon someone else's good Department's Personality of the

[balance of the elite group on the nature. In the first place, this Month for October. He is
oad seemed to be a sensible at- attitude is Dragatine Mamich.He .
morally wrong, and In Capt. J, D. Sullivan congratulates
itude of life In the immense hang- the second, It doesn't make sense. was congratulated by Captain Supply Personality D. Mamich

[ver ol prohibition. It's risky, and as a military per J.D.Sullivan, NAS Supply Officer
But the respect died when timesOt son you can't afford such risks. and given a replica of an airplane.

better, and the profession. as By accepting the obvious disad-. Mamich, who Is supervisor of Preparing Parboiled
such died with.it. and the Material Screening and Identification .
vantages Ignoring them can ;
Except In the military. enjoy the advantages that you much Section, has consistentlydone Pachyderm Presents r: .l .

It Is In the armed services when more. an outstanding job of screen ''.'. ...) '

Jan adaptation of the are has budded, The usual procedure for getting ing materials turned Into the Sup Pertinent ProblemsNew ? )" ,

f blossomed, and grown to stature. a hop Is to visit operations and ply Department by local and off- .j {. I.
few weeks station aviation activities and shipsat York (t\FPS-Armed) ser-
For a eachycar,every determine what
flights are
going vices mess stewards who can get
serviceman and woman has the where and whether Mayport, It was revealed.He LEGENDA'RV
they will permission to deviate from the
opportunity to be a respectable bum passengers. The scheduled flights carry was praised for his interest, master menu, and happen to have :LL'I!'

and It can be more fun than a may offer something there research and personal contacts, access to an elephant, can find a
commercial vacation. Hopping are not, which contributed to utilization recipe that will I provide chow for
usually non-scheduled flights BAYBERRY
3,800 men.
from basetobaseenjoyingthebestand that leave with only a few hours of many valuable Items which were The recipe is in the "Farmer's

the worst each has to offer notice. Luck sometimes runs a little programmed for disposal They Almanac for the Year of Our

can be an experience one will never short In some places, but If were diverted to use In overhaul- Lord, 1964." CANDLES
forget. With fares at rock-bottom stick Ing aircraft, engines and components It reads:
you to large bases, won't
you "Cut an eleph'ant (medium size)
vacation prices, bumming rides on have much trouble. or as substitutes for other into small bite-size pieces. (This

outbound military aircraft can take You'll have to travel [uniform, items In current use, thereby effecting should take about two months.)

you around the country and back and if you're nonra ted your chancesof substantial monetary savings "Add enough brown gravy to

again..If your luck Is good. wearing civilian clothes on some for the Navy supply system. cover. FREE !
"Cook over kerosene fire forabout
By carefully judging your leave bases are nil A good stock of The Supply Personality was
further commended for his Initiative
time and that have
insuring you usual travel items is necessary, N
and devotionto
in pocket to and of uniforms always judgement
enough money your a change Is 1 1
which have been i WHEN YOU OPENA
duty a sign-
take you back to your home base good to have as a safety
when the leave and end ificant contribution the operating NEW CHRISTMAS
nears factor--in case you lose a neckerchief
effectiveness of the Material
you can relax and enjoy your a pair of shoes, or something CLUB ACCOUNTA
self for less than it would taketo of that nature. Carry a light Division
pull liberty in your homeport.With bag, though, because weight limit A native of Lewtstlon, Pa. pair of bayberryscentedcandles
20 In the
served
Mamich
half-fa rates In effect on ations sometimes get slim and it'sa years of Christmas

most-commercial airlines, a serviceman big help when you have to walk Navy prior to begining his Civil Green, attractively gift packaged -
Service with the Post Office
has a range which Includes any distance down the apron to the career is waiting for you
In November 1958.
nearly all of the United States. operations building.All Department when you open a new
the Department
transferred
This, however, Is just to be regarded In all, you'll have an experience He to Supply CHRISTMAS. CLUB! Start
In December 1958
as a safety factor, for use that will be rememberedfor yours now and get these

only when the luck runs low some .. Its bad parts, as well as position and was In promoted February to 1961.A his.present f Holiday Candles.

where in California or other area the good. You may sometimes find 000L .

remote from your home station. yourself cramped In the turretof L AFf il WESTSIDE:

You can fly to any of several a Super-Connie, but you'n more
bases In Texas and, after a short often be the lone passenger in a telephone operator, so we've four weeks at 465 degrees.
been told received quite a surprise "This will serve 3,800 people.If .
bus ride, visit one of the towns Beechcraft or R5D. more are expected, two rab
along the Merlcan border. The next It's commercial when she answered a call this
not a jetliner, bits may be added, but do
day, you can be in Saint Louis with a stewardess and mixed drinks from an outdoor telephone booth only if necessary as most peo-
and a long distance number was ple do not like to find hare in lunIUNO'Ne! ;
In time for the first show in a --but It sure beats walking. 771-(401
quiet coffee house, where folk requested. She asked,"What num- their stew."
ber are calling from?" Then Member F.D.I.C.
singers have started a new cult you
that requires no talent--just sin- added, "It's right there on your

cerity. .p:., dial" Serving all Jacksonville with
Florida Itself offers many attractions After a moment's hesitation, a

and to the north Is a youngster's voice replied, "1234567S90.R&R FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS

whole new world which may or may Mag,
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untapped you.
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AMERICAN LEAGUE Riggers Sparks 1CONTINENTAL

ComFalrJax "B" 1 Colts 3 IM Bowling '-4- ;
Needlers 3 Confidential 1 +
Sky Warriors #1 1 Griffins 3 LEAGUE :* %

Trainers 0 Cannon Cockers 4.. Cursors 2 Spartans 2 StandingsTop
Cutters Seabees 4 Chiefs 4 ComFalrJax "A" 0
Falcons 3 679th 1 Molar Rollers 1 Spoilers 3
Plzzan's 4 Mix Masters 0 Five Teams in Each League

ComStoreFlve 4 Sky Warriors2 .
y 0 Forefelture NATIONAL LEAGUEOwl
PHONE HOME Blackbirds OAvlons 4
) SP 1-3770 SP 1-0250 Demons 1 NARTU #1 3 Hoots 38-6
WE WIRE FLOWERS Lucky-7 30-13
Eagles 35-17
WeACOf1JtP1t NATIONAL LEAGUE Bomb Scorers 29-15 TOUCHDOWN--Scoring one of the two VA-45 touchdowns is Chuck,
Electrons 31-17 Oyenik, as VA-45 downed O&R 120. (Navy Photo by Marc Whet-
RtfUAt103rd Lucky-7 3 NARTU #2 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE stone, JO1))
Playboys 1 Air Frames 3
J ST. & WESCONNETT BLVD. Rookies 0 Owl Hoots 4 Cannon Cockers 35.9
FLOWERS Pan Handlers 1 Rejects 3 Colts 34-10
Inc
Eagles 6VU-104 Sky Warriors #1 33-15 Hospitals mbsThros
FOR EVERY OCCASION Va lions 0 pto's 4 Forefeiture Hospital 1 33-19
Pin Pounders 0 Bomb Scorers 4 Thunderheads 25-19
FREE DELIVERY American League Into TieGridiron
JEWELL J. SMITH Marines 2 Electrons 2
CONTINENTIAL LEAGUE -
action this past week nlng point, and threw the
NOW BOOKING CARIBBEAN,WEST INDIES Chiefs Cursors 34-10 35-13 saw Hospital defeat VP-30 2-0 American League number one spot
and SOUTH AMERICA Plzzan's VP-7 overwhelm VAP-62, 18-0 in a virtual tie betweenA/CMaint.
33-15 MARTD walk over the Marines and NARTU, both sporting eight
Cruises for Winter and Spring Spoilers
30-14
12-0, Air Force 679th slide past and two records. The American
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CRUISES NOW AVAILABLE. ? Blackbirds 30-14 O&R, 12-6, Hospital squeek past League title could hinge on game
WORLD-WIDE PERSONALIZED SERVICE A/C Malnt. 1-0, NARTU stomp between these two teams that will
.Anywhere Everywhere. Anytime VP-7, 24-6, Communications be held on Friday November 1.
Independent or Conducted Tours and Cruises A man was on trial for an offense sauntered past MARTD, 12-0, and National League leader, and
and his sanity was being VA-45 routed O&R, 180. still undefeated Communicationshalted
S N llrnl iL questioned. Highlight games of the week were one of its title contenders
"Have you ever noticed if,the A/C Maint. and Hospital of the MARTD, 120. MARTD, playing
218 W. ADAMS ST. accused was In the habit of talk- American League, and Com- "heads up" football the past few
PHONEEL4-4629 ing to himself when he was alone?" munications and MARTD of the games, was picked as one of the
asked the counsel.'I National League. teams to knock off the highly
1 have no idea." American League leading, A/C favored Communications team.But,
"No ideal But surely you are Maint. was halted by an Inspired this wasn't the day for it to hap-
AIR CONDITIONED BEAUTY REST BEDS his closest friend?" Hospital team, 1-0, In an over- pen. Scoring for Communicationswere
"NEAR GOOD RESTAURANTS!: AND Yes, but I was never with him time contest. Hospital, winning D. Thompson and E.
ORANGE PARK DOG TRACK" when he was alone." Tit-Bits, both of its' games last week, was Krnavek.
England. Inspired by M. McCombs who was Other action of the week saw.
Motel credited with the Hospital's wlnco.rroll's VA-45 routing O&R, 180. Scoring
Cottington for VA-45 were J.H. Fellowes,
W.L. Tucker, and L.G. Holland.
B3S U. s. HIWAY 17-3 MILES SOUTH OF sport shop inc NARTU made a decisive win over
JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION VP-7, 24-6. L.J. Bishop and J.E.

Lb _\ HUNTING FISHING FOOTBALL Belisario each scored two TDs
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottington Orange Park, Fla. I BASKETBALLaBASEBALL-OOLF for the top ranking NARTU team.
Scoring the lone TD for VP-7
Owners and Managers Phone 2642221jf -' ROD AND REEL REPAIRING was C. Morton
.(mr51.. Croix fishing tac el-sbrimp nets Air Force 679th sneeked past
.' Kro\don. Spalding & Wilson Golf Uquip. O&R, 12-6. J. Dillman and G.A.

WILSON FAMOUS PLAYER SETS Ferguson each scored one of the
679th TDs. D.L, Wetzel hauled In
'ii WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT
SPECIALLOBSTER the O&R six
pointer.
USE OUR XMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN
.
:
I \II' MARTD walking over the
c-: 3456 Blanding Blvd At Cedar Creek Marine Bks., 12-0, made no pointin
slowing up in the game betweenthe
two Marine teams.R.D Stetserof
GET AMISSILE MARTD had a fine day as he
L accounted for all of their twelve

i{ delectable deli Rock I genuine AGE DEAL! points.VP-7 had no trouble In stoppingthe

South African Lobster VAP-62 team, 18-0,W.F.Hur
Tails..served piping hot ley ran wild as he was credited
with drawn butter I with all three of the VP-7 touch-
NEW CARS downs.

ri e Lowest Prices
IM FOOTBALL STANDINGS
Highest Trade-in Allowance
-Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town
OUR NEW BANQUET-
t .J AMERICAN LEAGUEAC
f!
STYLE FILLETS ...boned" ji USED CARS Mainmance g-2
NARTU
and lightly breaded, fried to 8-2
a mouth-watering golden {. ll .. Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots Hospital 8-3
i 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Ave. VP-7 7-4
brown..so fresh you can ,% jf Kings
smell the salt sea air I 9 Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty VP-30 4.7
;: On Every Car Sold VAP-62 FAETU 1-9 1-10


__ I E NATIONAL LEAGUE

IciJGORDONTHOMPSON Communications 10-0

HENNYPENNYORIGINAL VA-45 MARTD 8-2 5-4

679th 4.5
PANCAKE and CHICKEN HOUSE "Jacksonville's Center" Marines 4.5

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Intramural < CFJ Volleyball Art ollcry

: < . .

The Cummer Gallery :bf Art';:
Tourney Begins
h 829 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville -
Volleyball679th \ ComFalrJax volleyball rourna- will present on Sunday, Nov-
!t ember 17, at 3:00 p.m. "John
nent .got under way last Tuesday,
-f s November 12, In the Mainside gym. Sloan" a slide lecture about one
I of America's best known painters.The .
The double elimination
over VP-30 15-4, 15-7 tournamenthas
slides will be shown by
: nine
teams.
participating
Marines over Dispensary 15-5,
; Bruce Director of the
15-7 y Pairings for the tournament have St. John,
A/C Malnt. over O&R 15-11,1-15, 1.t r pitted VP-30 against VAP-62, VA- Wilmington Society of fine arts.
St. John Is the Curator of the
and 15-10 ..,. 45 plays the winner of the first
VP-7 over Public Works Fore- game, VP-16 meets VU-10, CFJ John Sloan Collection and the pre-
meets VFP-62, and VP-7 squaresoff Raphaellte Collection (all at the
feiture Delaware Art Center) also he Is
: FAETU.
:
VP-16 9-15, 14-0 against
O&R over ,
157Hospital h' The tournament finals will be the author of the forthcoming dr-
and held this Friday with trophiesand flnltlve biography of John Sloan
VP-7 10-15
over 15-5,
.
.
and 16-14 awards being given out to the

FAETU over NAMTD 15-5, 2-13, GIFT IDEA for Christmas might be this pair of golf shoes being shown winning team, each 'member of
the winning team, and the second CAN YOUTake
and 150VAP52 Mrs. William Lawson and Mrs. Tench Phillips by NAS Cobbler Shop
over VP-30 15-7, 4-15, Manager Mulkey. The transition from regular walking shoes Is already place team.
and 1412Communications broken In for comfort. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone JOI) your car with you?
over VA-45415-1, When my father was a privateIn For Financing and Insurance
and 15-0 the Army he had his troubles.One stateside and overseas, call

FAETU over VAP-62 11-7, and Cobbler Makes MakeupGolf day he was walking down DYER M. BURR representing'
13-8 the street when he met three of-
ficers. He didn't know whether he GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
VA-15 over VP-16,12-9, and 15-6 Shoes
Supply over Public Works Fore- Games HaltHow should salute once or three times. FINANCE CORPORATION &
feiture He compromised on a procedure. INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

Public Works over NARTU 15-2, about a game of golf? What 1M Golf not In the book-saluting with his INSURANCE COMPANY
shoes right hand and holding up three 5631 Timuquana Road
and 15-8 no golf ? Well that can be
VP-16 over A/C Maint, 15-8, and taken care of without too much Final scheduled play in IM Golf fingers of his left. Ph. 771-0527

15-9 trouble. Just stop by the Navy ended this past week. All that remains "WE SERVICE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL"THRIFT
Marines over Communications Exchange Cobbler Shop and have now is for the makeup games
15-10, and 15-7 Marvin L. Mulkey make you a to be completed before the play
Hospital over Supply Forefeiture pair of golf shoes. Mulkey can offs can commence. CAR RENTALS
NAMTD over Marines Forefeiture take any type of shoe and conResults of the past week were: PHONE EV 7-2331

Communications over 679th!,15-12, vert It to a golf shoe. For a low AMERICAN LEAGUE $5.00 a day 5* a mile

and 15-12 cost Mulkey or one of his helpers, 24 HOUR SERVICE .......... .ALL NEW CARS
J. Williams or R. Jenkins, can Administration 7 FAW-11 2in
one days time or less, if need Hospital "A" 7 Marines 2
be, attach the new Neolite soles YP-30"A" 5 1/2 A/C Maint. 24 HOUR AIR BASE CAB DISPATCHED
Man: "I'm returning that green and the brass cleats. 3 1/2 SERVICE

suit I bought." The Cobbler Shoplocated In NATIONAL LEAGUE PHONE 384-648,2 I
Clerk: "For what reason?" Bldg. 3 near the NX barbershopIs :
Man: "I yawned In the street open five days a week from VAP-62 6 VA-45 3 6400 Yukon Road Jacksonville 10, Fla. I
yesterday and two people dropped 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is ComFairJax 9 679th 0
letters In my mouth." also able to handle any of your Hospital "B" 7 NARTU 2


Jax Navy Skeet other shoe ShootersIn repair needs. TIfOOt A RAtokutoAtt1 ;i I


5943 Roosevelt .
City ChampionshipOn Only One Mite From NAS Main Gate

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Ii I
Sunday, November 10, two champion C.A. Barringer of the t
Jax Navy Skeet Shooters took Jacksonville Gun Club, and was T *STEAKS *ROAST
places in the Jacksonville City named runner up In the shoot.
Skeet Championships held at the Warrant Officer E. C. Miller, CHOPS SEAFOOD<
Jacksonville Gun Club.In of NAS Medical Department brokea All Kinds Of Tasty Sandwiches

a continual downpour of rain fine 95x100 to place fifth in "Serving Food as Good as the Best For 33 Years I
Dr. R. L. Parsons, of NATTU the high o\erall shooting.Jax .
Dental 'Department, who won the Navy Skeet Shooter Kenpendergras' c .
Jacksonville was unable to attend
City Championshiplast
this shoot due to another com- CopcN _
year, broke a 97x100 to fall
one target behind the new 1964 mitment. f
The Jax Navy Skeet Team Is I
planning on sending shooters to JME to GM IllANks
Greyhound the First Annual Christmas Skeet
Shoot to be held at the Orlando
Air Force Base on December 14-
Comes ThursdayWith ,
15 of this year.Coordination. ,.:" '.
.;.v
is needed by the InBellair
Look'Greyhound
New
mother who stands at a stove 'GOOD CA1CN,5NMENDRICKJ'
sterllzlng Junior's bottle while
Junior Is In the other room eating
will bring a blue- dirt from the flower pots.
gold-and-white dual-lever Super .
Scenicruiser to Jax, Thursday,
to unveil what a bus company you get so
Make Your Future Secure
executive here called "the most
exciting new look of the year in much to be
bus travel."

E. L. Minton, Regional Mar- Save And BorrowAt thankful for! I
keting Manager, alerted news
media representatives, city and I
state officials and others to the Churches Schools; SkJavalks Streetlights
event -- but declined to disclose

details.Invitations to the Thursday af- follow: the signs South on Blanding toNOVEMBER

fair, to be held at 10 a.m. at the JAX NAVY
George Washington Hotel, were

accompanied by a gold, inyl head .BELIAIR"THE;
set -- "which you may wish to FEDERALCREDIT
keep as of this
memento memor-
able event," said Mlnton -- and BEST BUY"r
the promise of an advance look at UNION 1 1
a Greyhound investment In the
"added traveling comfort of our
Patrons."



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I Airman Seeks 3 Signers Of Wisconsin BillIt

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was just another pay day for William dollar bill exchanged for single Campbell believed to bean avia-
F. Barber aviation store- bills. The cashier cheerfully ob- tion radioman second class;EnsignG.
keeper airman at the Naval Air liged. As she was counting, a bill H. Wentworth; and George W.
: run Station San Diego, Calif( until stuck to her fingers. She priedIt Clayton aviation chief[ machinist's
-_ -._ ; 4 he cashed his check. loose and gave the money to mate. Beneath the signatures of
4 t Barber like hundreds of officersand Barber Wentworth and Clayton is the date
enlisted men, stepped into the The "sticky'" bill turned out to October 21, 1944, and the ship's
check cashing-line at the Bank of be of the 1935 A Series. Its worn, name USS Wisconsin.On .

:, ,, .' America's ,mobile ''an. The cashier dirty appearance testified to Its the front is rubber-stamped
.
"
,
_, ,; .. "" '" accepted his check verified many years In circulation. "Hawaii" in small letters. The
Barber as the proper endorsee and Closer Inspection revealed the name also appears on the reverseIn
stamped the reverse of the check. signatures of three men assignedto much larger letters.
She paid the sailor In five, ten and the battleship USS Wisconsin In Barber plans to keep the bill

.,\'Tv, < twenty dollar bills. Having several 1944. The men had signed their and write to attempt to obtain Information -
..0". ) small purchases to make the names rates and ranks verticallyacross on the whereabouts or
'. :' Navyman asked to have a flve- the front of the bill: G.E. fate of the three crew members.

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FORMAL GUARD MOUNT ceremonies were held in front of the Ad- ; .
ministration Building last Friday by the Marines of the NAS Barracks.Cdr. .
L. A. Menard NAS Executive Officer and Maj. G. A, Wickman,
Marine Barracks CO, took the review of the troops. (Navy Photo)

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Diego (AFPS) It used to Not" fame might show Interest ,. :...,, -, ;:. ...
evoke a round of guffaws to Intoday If he were told that the U.S. _'0 ; oil /.-., ",
troduce the Commodore theSwiss Navy's ship Recruit is celebrating
Navy but today it is no joke at her 14th anniversary andhas never
all for the Swiss now have a true been to sea.Everyday.
Naval force. the crew assigned to OPEN
It Is likewise far from laughthe USS Recruit prepares in the
provoking to Introduce the com, minutest detail for an ocean voy-
manding officer of( the only comage.. Perhaps more sailors can
missioned ship in the U.S. Navy claim a tour of duty on the USS r
Imbedded In cement. Recruit than on any other naval '
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