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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Publl hd by the Holt Publ1 hint Company private: firm. Opiniqns.xx.ss.d by the publlchar and writer* herein.. their own and not to be eontlderod on.. official .."....Ion of any military .,.... ..
Tha appaaranca of dvenls.ments! In this publication don wt constitute an endor....... of any Military ...,.,....'" of the products or ""Ic.. advartiMd.VOL .
22 NO. 9 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVilLE FLORIDA MAY 7, 1964
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Navy WarnsSwimmers Ceremonies


About Held At Two




Foreign Objects Me + MARTDSquadrons

Officials at the t/ w A Two new commanding officers

of Rear Admiral Robert ___ took the reins of squadrons at
waite Commander Fleet 1964 MARTD Jacksonville in April
Jacksonville, have cautioned NAVY RELIEF DRIVE Lieutenant Colonel Dean Medaris
t succeeded Lieutenant Colonel
beach bathers to be extra FIRST PRIZE
ful should they find strange FURittSIILD It tyI t m r,1, Robert Tabler as "Skipper" of .
itary objects washed ashore VMA-144, while Major Walter
the Northeast Florida coast. Bryson III relieved Lieutenant
Each summer, when Colonel Irving Hardy as top man
swarm to the beaches, in VMA142.
authorities receive Both Tabler and Hardy trans-
many
from people reporting ._i_ ferred to MARC-14.
LtCoL} Medaris
attended the
terious objects washed Grand Prixe-1964 Chevelle' Super Sport
from the sea. University of Illinois before entering -
Some of these items are night training in June
gerous, particularly should SS Mustangs Top List 1942. He commanded VMSB933and
prove to be unexpended VMSB-931 at Bogue Field,
markers or unexploded mines. N. C., before going overseasin
all cases, the objects should Relief Drive 1946 where he served as CO
left alone and the proper Navy of VMSB-343 at Tsingtao, China,
thorities notified and later as commanding officerof
for to turn our attentions and efforts'to the financial requirements
Especially dangerous is a again us Headquarters Squadron 1, lit
1.: the organization which has as its sole concern the welfare of our Navy ,- -- ..
. (See Warnings.Pag _3))_ families, widows and orphans." This was_a statement made by RAdm.: (See MARTD Squadrons Page 6)) i;.

Robert Goldthwalte, ComFairJax
Y% PKLi r and president of the Navy Re- Iiul ,
? w lief Society at the luncheon held 'iMn
Monday, May 4 at the HAS Of-
ficers Club. Also In attendancewere
Captain J. R. Compton.
NAS CommandingOfficer and Executive y
Vice President of the r ,
,2nd Jacksonville Drive and officers
from Sanford, Mayport, and Ce- \
cil Field. f fI
7'l "As you know the Navy Relief
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Society is our own private charitable 11I--
organization, formed to provide r "

emergency assistance to I ___ ,
both active duty and retired per-
I sonnel, their dependents and 'JI

Prize- ($.. Navy Relief Page 3)) 3rd Prae-1964 Mustang hardtop


Navy Accepts r 1 Mothers Day 4I


Sailor's DeviceTo I I CelebratedSmday


Save Money 'I May 10

Ajob that once took three J Do you remember what Sunday,
three days to complete now ; May 10 Is? It rolls around every
one man only thirty i year and It belongs to a very
is due
: This accomplishment '
; sweet someone you love. Give
Franklin D. Roosevelt
a ,
up? It's Mothers Day I
Walter W. Howell,
metalsmith first class, i
1 Flowers of various assortment
hobby is Inventing.
be sent
Howell tired of the ; may by telegram through
grew job of flushing I the Navy Exchange just a simple -
consuming
Y f telegram with a few kind
lic breaking systems on f f 1 words would do.
jet aircraft. So, using
parts, ingenuity two weeks ___ ,j;1 If perhaps you can't be with
liberty time, and between 50 : ___ her on this day why not senda
60 dollars Howell built a : a card candy, or flowers. Even
purpose brake flushing unit. __ 1 better send a telegram or a
The unit's primary telephone call to show that you
Is flushing breaking systems did.remember her very special

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I R. S. Harris
e By Chaplain
ATime of Rededication SUNDAY
;roil
8:00 a. m. Service of Holy +r,
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"POWER FOR PEACE." Simple though these three words may Communion 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine V
sound, they convey to the entire world the intention of all Americansto Worship Y
pursue our way of life and to insure that all of the freedom- 9:30 a. m. Sunday School forages
loving people with whom we are allied may pursue theirs. 3 through 16, Bldg. 722
Eleven years ago "Power for Peace" was selected as the solgan IfcOOa. m. Service of Divine
for Armed Forces Week the time when thousands of men and women Worship
serving beneath the Stars and Stripes become hosts to millions at 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship
home and overseas. It is a week when we graphically demonstratethe WEDNESDAY
friendliness of the United States and indicate the high degreeof 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal L .1 : ks4$ #
military preparedness we maintain to defend our independence. > s :
Armed Forces Day this year fall on May 16, but the observance 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal -
actually covers the period May 9-17 thus assuring that millionsof
people everywhere will have the 'opportunity to visit the five 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion MACARTHVR "'E'ML.-Th. MacArthur 3lnmmrial1ledalian uill/ bfprivately
branches of our uniformed services. Also on all Holy Days / struck in Philadelphia and attributed by the National; Com.mrmoraf .
The major participation in Armed Forces Day observances is by Catholic Service at St. ;Jrr $.)(;"'''. ;in honor of the lilt" General of the Army ouMacArthur. */",
all of the services which compose our defense team--Army, Navy Edward's Chapel NATTC and / The medal it tlifhtly larger than a tilter dollar.
Marine Corps Air Force Coast Guard their reserve arms, the Naval Hospital
National Guard and the Air National Guard. Also many of the organi- SUNDAY MASS Upon the death of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur Pres-
zations and programs related to the defense effort take part in this 6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital ident Johnson proclaimed a period of mourning for what he called
annual celebration.That 9:00 a. m. & 11:00 a. m. St. "one of America's greatest heroes" and our flags were lowered to
the public has accepted this annual opportunity to see their Edward's Chapel half staff.
defense team in operation has been shown by the annual increasesin DAILY MASS General MacArthur was not only a great soldier but also a states
Armed Forces Day participation. In 1963. more than 20 million 11:30 a. m. S4 Edward's Chapel man and churchman. Of him Bishop Donegan of New York said
people attended or participated in "open house" and community MONDAY & TUESDAY "Inthe death of General MacArthur our country loses a figure of
programs in the United States and: abroad while millions of others 4:15 pt 1 m. King Hall NATTC commanding stature one who In the course of his life became the
)learned more about their country's military power through news- FRIDAY very symbol of that military sense of honor which he so much revered.
papers and magazine stories radio and television programs and 12:05 p. m.U.S.Navalfospital Of him another said upon his death "Douglas MacArthur seemsto
motion pictUres.We SATURDAY have had a natural affinity for superlatives, not the use of them but
of the Armed Forces can well use this time to rededicate 9:00 a. m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONS.SATU the achievement of them. For Douglas Mac Arthur was a man much
ourselves to the mission for which we have been chosen. (AFPS) RDA Y more than life-size a man who would have fit the definition of great.

7:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. and ness In any age. Some thought him over theatrical but the fact is that
which drama is made. He was a mart of an
before MassesCatechism he was himself the stuff of
Can Accidents Be Fun? Classes:Grade School indomitable will to victory. The desire to exercise his stewardshipof
SATURDAY Japan of his own nation's victory was born of a great charity;
10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities the vision to see the way to the achievement lay In a great faith which
Are you bored with it all? Are you looking for a new horizon? building 722NURSERY he never minded admitting.More .
Have an accident I than once General MacArthur. who dealt with massive militaryand
Accidents can open up a whole new exciting world for you.. You'll The Naval Air Station Nursery state affairs affirmed his belief that the necessary solution to
see places aId experience sensations like way out there. located in Building 560 on Child the problems of the world did not lie in these areas but in theoligiacaland
You'll meet pretty young nurses--and probing doctors. Street opens at 8:15 a. m. on spiritual ones. 'Basically', be said once, "The problems of the
You'll learn how emergency wards operating rooms surgeons Sunday morning. Parents attend- world are spiritual Unless we solve the spiritual problems we will
and other specialists function--first hand. ing Sunday Masses or Protestant never really solve the basic problems of the country."
You may get a stub or scar which will make an ideal conversation services may leave young A tall American Douglas MacArthur made all Americans walka
piece. children In the nursery without little taller;unashamed patriot,Douglas MacA nhur made all Americans
You write best seller on, "How a Cripple Can Up His Income."
can a charge. a little more aware of the privileges and treasures that were
You may get your name in the paper. Maybe even get a headline like theirs. A committed and articulate churchman, Douglas MacArthur
"Drunk Runs Into School Bus." made all Christians aware of the part that religion must play in every
You can collect on that accident insurance you've been pouring day life." May we Inwardly bow in his honor fly and sail a little
money down the drain on so long. Station TrafficViolations higher and straighter In the course of our own work and lives becauseof
You may deduct your time lost from work on your income tax return his noble example.

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You can sit around the house while recuperating and catch up on
all the daytime TV shows. Navy Knowledge :
You can solicit sympathy you'd never get otherwise maybe even
from the kids and spouse. The following is a report of
Your physical system will be injected with all sorts of drugs and motor vehicle accidents and May 7, 1934 May 10 1801

stimulants.The traffic violations for the period The Frigate Constitution comTripoli declared war on U.S.
wife might get to go to work the older kids drop out of school April 26 through May 2. pleted a tour of principal U. S.

and so enrich their experiences.The "' Seaports.......... May 11. 1950
doctor may have to put you on a regimen to cure some of your NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Viking rocket launched from
May 8, 1911
bad habits. the ship USS Norton Sound for
You might have to learn a new trade to replace the old one you week April 26 thru May The first naval aircraft was the first time ... ...
can't continue and didn't like anyway.So 2. . . . . .4 designed. Curtiss A-l specification -
live modern Have an accident.' Experience can be a good teacherIF -- Total Accidents this year required that the plane be May 12 IB80
YOU LIVE THROUGH FT. through May 2, 1964..91 completed with metal tippedproThe newly established Marine
Total accidents through May
--The Jet Observer and for made their first landing
1963. . . . .107 designed speed Corps .
of at least 45 miles per hour at Puerto Plato Santo Domingo.Its
Number
of
days since last injury -
"We Give Up"Why in vehicle cost: $5,500 .. ... .. ...
motor ac- May 13, 1942
cident. . . . .32 May 9, 1929.
Bureau of Navigation (BUNAV)
? What's the use? The first aerial observation of was renamed Bureau of Naval

If we prim jokes our readers s"ay we're too silly if we dolt. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS .a solar eclipse......... Personnel (BUPERS)...... ...,
people say we're too serious.
If we print original material they say we lack variety; if we publish This weev. . . 47
items from other periodicals we're too lazy to write. Speeding. . . .10
If we stay on the job in the office we ought to be out rustling nrws. Reckless driving. . .3 '
If we are out rustling news we're not answering the phone and attend- Going through stop sign. .4 AX AIR NEW'S"
ing to business. Other violations . .30
If we rewrite copy we're spoiling a "hot" tory and making someone .
angry. Thirty-five drivers appeared
If we select some articles and leave out others we're too critical; before the Traffic Hearing Boardat The JAX AIR NEWS Is a CIvU'lan Enterprise Newspaper
U we don't k we're asleep. the meeting held on May 4. distributed each. Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station.
If we're seen reading newspapers and magazines we're overstaffed Disposition of the cases Includethe J Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company. a
; if we don't.we're not "up" on current events. following: 10 lost driving and Private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
If we publish a pretty pin-up wives and chaplains complain; if we parking privileges' aboard station NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
dorft, all the bachelors and husbands complain.If for various periods; seven were Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before
we don't use enough sports coverage we're not "sports minded assigned to complete an eight- publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
i if we do use lots of sports we're lacking in the cultural aspects.We hour course In remedial driving. Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162.
also get complaints about missing a Division party misspelling instructions; twelve had suspended Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
a name (even though 99 others are right), and not giving enough penalties; six were given concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publish-
publicity to a certain group on the Air Station. warnings; two were dismissed; Company. 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8. FloridaTelephone
Like as not, someone will say we stole this story from some other and ten were referred to commanding 359-4040(; or 359-027L

'publication. officers for possible VOL. 22 NO. MAY 7, 1964
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MAY 7, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3

I --------- Swimmers ships training off the Florida A mine of this type was found
; : Warning
coast constantly use the "Mark- awash in the surf one mile south
(Continued From Page 1)) vr' training mine, similar In of Ponte Vedra Beach last Sep-

,L riety of (flame and smoke lights shape to an oversized basket- tember 2LPersons

I '"', !''i ll !p i, : dropped by aircraft to mark specific ball.These from the Jacksonvillearea
,, i spots In the ocean. Called modern mines are finding a suspicious military -
marine markers, the devices fire equipped with a small self-de- object on the beaches should
magnesium-based compounds struction explosive charge. As call the Fleet Air Jacksonville
s and come In several shapes and with the marine markers they are I y duty. officer at EV 9-T711. extension -
sizes not 100-percent reliable and whena 500. Those found not in
% t p The usual marker Is cylin- defective mine drifts ashoreIt this area should be reported to
drical In shape, 3 Inches In Is highly dangerous until experts the nearest military or police

"; t diameter, 18 Inches long and has _disarm_ the weapon. authorities.
i\ w ; 2 either a wooden or aluminum out
t r, er casing. Another type Is square,
y,, w t 5 Inches by 24 Inches and made
t ',T.S. n I ; '+ of wood. In all cases, the mar- ,
x -. 's kers have Navy markings and are -
bare aluminum or bluish-gray In
color.
Since fleet aircraft conduct Intensive -

year-round training off
Florida's' east coast large numbers -
KICKOFF LUNCHEON RAdrn Robert Goldwaithe, Com Fair J ox, of the markers are used

(LI) President of the Navy Relief Society, speaks at the Relief and a few prove to be floating
Kickoff Luncheon, held at the"O"Club, (las) Monday. Seated at the duds or sometimes do not completely -

right is Capt. Jr. R. Compton NAS CO, Vice president of the expend themselves and

Navy Relief Society. (Navy Photo.( /Ron Gardner, PH2)) sink.Although training Is conducted I II

well out to sea by fleet air-
_.___._
craft, occasionally;: the currents:
Navy Relief Magnolia Ball and tides will wash a dangerous -
\ marker shore. When tam-

(Continued From Page 1)) Winners of the 13th Annual pered with by Inexperiencedhands
the marker be accidentally -
may
their surviving dependents. Magnolia Ball sponsored by the fired and will emit a j
There Is no field of.human crisis Jacksonville Officers Wives Club magnesium! flame of high Inten- I
In which this wonderful organization are: First prize, trip toNassau, .
has not, or will not,,counselor Lt. V. L. Knaus VP-31;,second sity.A less common danger may .
prize, Niagara Worlds Fa Cyclo
financially assist our people. come from mines that drift
Chair, Lt. H.E. Nickell.V ,
said RAdm. Goldthwaite. Massage ashore. Although the possibility
third prize,$50 gift certificate -
The first delivery of ticketsto ; of old World War II mines still
be on,sale,.'will begin today, from Furchgotts, G. H. floating around Is remotewar- ..
Bardes fourth prize, case New .
with the drawings on June 9 or ;
as will be Indicated on the tic- York Champagne, Cdr. J. A. PRICES REDUCED ,ON ALL CARS
Crawford, ComFairJax; fifth
kets.This year there will be fewer prize, ladies Benrus watch,LCdr THIS WEEKEND!!

prizes, but they will be more Gatewood, Cecil Field; sixth 64 T.BIRD . '''e' . . .. . . $4495
expensive.! Among the prizes Is a prize, Men's Benrus watchEns.C. Fully equipped, like new '

beautiful red Chevy Chevelle for E. Blau VP-16; seventh prize, 63 TRIUMPH CONVERTIBLE .... . e . . $1695

the first prize and two 1964 decorator lamp, Mrs. Robert 62 VALIANT . . . . e j. . . $995
Ford mustangs one a convertible Goldthwaite; and eighth prize, RAH .
white with red Interior and a case Glenmore Cocktail mix 61 FALCON . . . . . . 0 $895
1 hardtop red with black Interior Bobby Johnson Auto/transmission, R&H

"I I for the second and third prizes. 60 CHEVROLET . . . . . . $995
For the fourth prize a 15 foot GALA AFFAIR-Captain and Mrs S Auto/transmission, R&H '.

fiberglas boat, a 40 hp Johnson J. R. Compton enjoy a dance a* t CYA'FHA 63 FORD . . . . . . . $2895 ",
electric motor, and trailer. The the 13th Annual Magnolia Boll Galaxie XL Convertible, V-8, Auto. Trans., Air Cond. Power
boat has remote controls and
sponsored by the Jacksonville Steering.
semi-bucket .
seats.A
book of six tickets will sell Officers' Wives Club. The ball 63 T.BIRD . . 0 . . . . . $3795
was held May 1-2 at the OfficersClub Full Power, Air Cond.
for $2.50 or one ticket for 50tf.
The expected goal'to be reached NAS. (Navy Photo FAPU) 64 FORD . . . . . . . $3095
f this year Is $45,000 the same as Galaxie Hardtop, V-8, Auto. Trans. Fac. Air Plus Power.

r last years goal"I 61 CHEVROLET ..... . . . . . $1195
am certain that each and Auto. Trans., RAH, Air Cond.

everyone present will support SALE SALES RAMBLER . . . . . . . $1295
this enthusiasti-
worthy project 4-Dr.f Auto. Trans., Heater.

cally in order that it may again Did you know that }for as littleas 63 TRIUMPH ..... . . . . . $1495
meet the success it has enjoyed $50.00 down and from $50to Contertible
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support in past the years.fund Without drive cannot your $95 per month 2,3 and 4, 57 BUICK . .. . . . . . . $695
bedroom 1 1 1/2 and 2 bath
be successful." WALTER SCRUB, Wagon, Auto. Trans., Power Steering& Brakes.
homes be purchased? If
U.S.N.. (REf) may 59 FORD . . . . . . . $695
don't fail
are buying, to
you Sedan V-8, Auto. Trans., RAH.

ACL BLDG. 355-5474 investigate market.these opportunities 60 DODGE . 0 . . . . . $795
in today's
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O&R Employee Receives Mar-Nav Club


2280 Celebrates


Red Cross CertificateA Special Event


civilian employed within the Overhaul and Repair Departmenthere

; at NAS Jacksonville, has received an American Red Cross Members of the Mar-Nav
Certificate of Merit President Johnson In recognition for
<< Y 1M o signed by Toastmasters Club 2280 are cel-
saving- a Marine major from drowning at sea last summer.He ebrating "Toastmasters' Week"in
Is William A, Kelly who Florida with two special e-
works In Shop 7375-4 of the yees..." vents. The first of these was a
7000 Division of O&R. Following the ceremony, attended held
joint meeting Tuesday evening -
During ceremonies held April by C. V. Gross, Directorof at Karl Hellenthal's rest-
29 in the offices of Captain James the NAS Chapter of the Red
aurant on Normandy Blvd., host-
\.. R. Compton, NAS Commanding Cross, Mrs Kelly and Kelly's ed by the Navy Civilian Club
Y Officer, Kelly was presented the civilian and military super- 2366.
national award together with a visors, the awardee stated that The second big toastmasters

letter sent to Capt. Compton writ- he credits his knowledge of vent for the week Is the annual -
4. ten by Major Charles M. Darra- mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to District Convention being
cott USMC the who's life lectures he attended -
man the training
,erY held at the Robert Meyer Motor
J Kelly Is credited with saving. last year which were pre-
P Hotel In Orlando, May 810. The
_____! +- wA The letter read, In part: sented to NAS employees by R. Mar-Nav club is sponsoring Its

RECALL THAT JUNE DAY-Copt. J. R. Compton, NAS CO, (c), together "Although I am a well quali- W. Vogel of the O&R Department. candidate for "Mrs Toastmaster -
fied swimmer and have about the fourth National
with Marine Major Charles M. Darracott (R) and William This was ," Del Phillips, at the
23 experience getting American Red Cross Certificateof
A. Kelly, recall the day last June when Kelly saved the life of years Presidentto event. Mrs. Phillips and herhusband
through surf, I became exhausted Merit signed by the
Major DarracoH at Flagler Beach. Kelly is holding an AmericanRed while swimming In what I learnedwas be awarded NAS Jacksonville Jim, who Is currently
Cross Certificate signed by President Johnson. (Navy Photo a runout. The beach was personnel during the month of President of the Mar-Nav Club,
will arrive in Orlando tomorrow
by Ron Gardner, PH2)) unguarded but fortunately Mr. April for life saving efforts.TOASTMASTERS The ladles will
evening. enjoy a
Kelly and several others were on
breakfast In their honor Sat-
the beach and heard call for on
the ONE place to help. my urday morning followed by
a sightseeing and shopping tour
"Mr. Kelly and another swim-
call for In the Citrus City.
mer unhesitatingly fought througha
of
Highlight the day's events
surf risk
rough at great to
their own lives. I lost con- will be the crowning of Mrs.
sciousness before they reachedme Toastmaster at 8 pm. In the
!!12'1tYPhone but I learned from witnessesthat Banquet Room of the Hotel.
will
Mr. Kelly administered Toastmaster Phillips par-
mouth-to-mouth resuscitationwhile ticipate in the Educational and

still some distance from ga.f Business sessions of the meetingas
Beneficial! Get cash double fast for good rea the of
any the beach. Even though at the well as election District -
son furloughs, expenses, bills, you.name.it'! And get point of exhaustion himself, Mr. Officers for 1964-65 at the

Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate Kelly administered aid and suc- R meeting on Saturday."Toastmasters .
Cash loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere ceeded In bringing me In close is an organization

Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! enough to the beach to receive whose exlstance dependson
help from another swimmer. men who desire to improve

BENEFICIALFINANCE "After spending three days in their abilities to listen, think
the hospital, I was released and and speak," says Phillips, and
SYSTEM ..returned to duty. The doctor any male over 21 years of age
stated that...the quick action and who meets these requirementsand
Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
desires to become a mem-
administering of aid on the scene
JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville saved life. ber of this outstanding service
311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel ELgin 3.4473 my
.. S 5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive.in). EV 4595 "I am sure that our Navy Is organization Is asked to contact
8130 Lerr. Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.) PO 5.2623 fortunate In having men such as Mr. and Mrs. him In the Controllers Office,
ARLINGTON .- Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington Mr. Kelly as one of Its emplo- Phillips. Bldg. 1, for more Information.
S Town & Country Shopping Center .RA 4.4.7910 There are a limited number of
SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co of Florida memberships available at this
3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza EX 8.1515WE time, he said.A .
alfa romeo

college prof was addressinga
f Reduced to group of women. "I am told,"
he said, "that I should begin
I 3195 with a joke, but I only know one
DON'T that would be appropriate to tell

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Budocks Certificate PresentedTo Fire Prevention, .

++ r Inspection To Be '

W.B. Copeland, Of JaxThe Staged by Dept.

Bureau of Yards and Docks Certificate of Appreciation was There will be an annual fire
..... presented to W. B. Copeland of the Wood-Hopkins Contracting prevention Inspection by the Station -
x Company, Incorporated here In Jacksonville recently. Commander Fire department for all
J. W. Roloff, DOICC BuDocks Contracts, Patrick Air Force Base. occupants of Government housing
Fla.. representing. Captain[ W. M. Heanan Director Southeast Division. during. May and June-1961-.- __ _
.... ff1 mane me presentation.The -
BUDOCKS AWAftDS-Commandft/J. W. Roloff DOICC BuDodts firm received the award .
Contract:awards W. B. Copeland, President of the Wood-Hopkins for "saving of money to the GET AMISSILE .
Contracting Co.,_ here in Jacksonville,! the Bureau of Yards and Government and cooperation beyond '
Docks Certificate of Appreciation for saving the Government the terms of the contractto AGE DEAL!
money, recently,1 while Hal Jones (L) Engineer, and Milton J. serve the convenience of the
Wood, of the Navy and Government In the construction -
Secretary' Company look on. (Navy Photo by Marc of wharf and r
jetstone.JO)1)) seawall
at the U. S. Naval Ordnance NEW CARS
Laboratory Test Facility Fort
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EXPRESSWAYAPARTME"TS Lauderdale, Fla." 0 Lowest Prices
Sheet In presenting the award, Capt. 0 Highest Trade-in Allowance
Heaman cited the contractor for G Easy Terms-The Nicest Treatment
The 1964 edition of VA Fact the demonstrated ability in overcoming c-p In TownUSED
Sheet IS-I. "Federal Benefits for the numerous problems of Ft
FURNISHED, $65.00 Veterans and Dependents" Is obstructions and soil conditions IllI CARS
now on sale at the U. S. Govern- during construction, which were
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ton, D. C. were prepared and the 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
Children( Welcome This booklet lists all major expeditious matter In which the w eFun One-Year Guaranteed Warrant
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downtown veterans, explains eligibility requirements actual work performed was far In
HAS and Cecil for veterans or their excess of what specified which SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE"5 -FOOT WSlLE@J
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cost, how-
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gwtuttkatoIkottVoJM ordr To e Thursday May 7 (Continued From Page 1))

H.lled On Sal Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. Marine Aircraft Wing, at Y
Dinner 6 p. m. 9 p. m. Tientsin China. He also servedIn

Korea with VMA-121 and with
Friday, May 8
Commencing on Saturday. May Headquarters Squadron 1. 1st
SEE PAGE 12 AND
9, postal money orders will no Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. Marine Aircraft Wing. t
YOU'LL KNOW WHY..I IRIVERSIDE' longer be Issued during the four Dinner 6 p. m. 9:30 p. m. Before being released from 1JI
hours that Past Offices are openon Charlie Jay 8 p. m. 12 a. m. active duty in December 1954,
This action
Saturdays. applies
he served as a flight instructorat
Saturday, May 9
the main of JacksonvillePost
to city
for 17
NAS Pensacola, Fla.,
CHEVROLET Office and all Its branches. Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. months.As .
These steps are being taken to Dinner 6 p. m. 9:30 p. m. an Organized Marine Re-
CEDAR HILLS Implement the President's cost Charlie Jay 8:30 p. m serve he has been a member of
reduction in the U. S.
program 12:30..111.
VMF-541 at Birmingham Ala.,
Post Office Department. *
Sunday, May 10 VMF-143 at New Orleans, and I
.. VMA-142 at Jacksonville. He Is
YOUR FRIENDLY Mothers Buffet. 11 m. Meier1m-, MLICol.
Day a. presently employed as an air _. ..-.-
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BOWL-O- TK LANES Dinner 5:30 p. m. 9 p. m. port Jacksonville. 5-

BLANDING BLVD. AT CEDAR CREEK Monday May 11 Major Bryson graduated from '
the University of Florida wherehe
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. earned a Bachelor of Science
I Dinner 6 p. m. 9 p. m. .
LANES AVAILABLE FOR OPEN BOWLING degree in Engineering.The
Tuesday, May 12 34-year-old Marine entered
JOIN A SUMMER LEAGUE OPEN BOWL the Corps through the Pla-
Happy Hour 3:30 m. 6 m.
p. p. toon Leaders Class and was com-
FOR 35( PER GAME Dinner 6-9 p. m. (foreign dishesof missioned In June 1952. He has

France) served with VMFN-531( at

Wednesday MaY' 13 Cherry Point, N. C.;, with
EVERY DAY 8 A.M. to 6 P. M, MABS-13 and VMA-212 overseas -
Happy Hour 330p. m. 6 p. m.
and was released from
LEAGUES NOW FORMING FOR MIXED DOUBLES, MENS' Family Night 6-9 p. m. all'the active duty In June 1961.
HANDICAP, LADIES HANDICAP, LADIES MORNINGSAND fried chicken you can eat I MaJ. Bryson Joined VMA142at

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LEAGUES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 1961, and transferred to VMA- .D.H. Medorit
144 in June 1963. He Is
TEL: EV 4-6221 or EV 7.3569 for further information. Tickets OfferedThe co- Century
owner of Mays and Bryson, Inc., Twentieth To
NAS Special Services Recreation Tallahassee Fla.
Present "The
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on sale tickets to the following: Holy "E' On TV

Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra CommunionThere The cameras of the Twemieth
Civic Auditorium, May 19, focus "The
"It's Century on Fighting
Easy te Do Business the will be
cele-
$4.50. $3.50, and$1.50. Indianapolis a special 'E'5' Sunday May 10, 6 p. m.
500 mile race telecast at bration of the Holy Communionon on television Four in Jackson-
the Coliseum May. 30, $4.50. Thursday, May 7, Ascension ville.
Powell Plymouth Dav.
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CPO Cl JIb docket's !IIR
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Thursday, May 7 Coin's ( "i: ;r' : : ; ;; :;,. {. Thursday, May 7
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Friday "I Friday 8 VOtings 8 p. m. 12 a. m. :' /'.' ) '\'' ": ''', ,*M> ; < ",' -i; ,, N" .., N
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Johnny Arnold "4" Leo Dee Combo 8:30 p. m. Friday, May 8 Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

Saturday May 9 12:30: > a. m. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than
i. 8p.m. -1 a.m.Saturday.May. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Cappies Combo ( Saturday May .9 too late for this deadline will be published the

Sunday May 10 Alex Huston also Marc Castle 9 following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad
8:30-p. m. 12:30: ) a. m. Grand Prix 8 p. m. 1 a. m.
Bud Clark. must be received WITH the copy for the ad.

Monday' ','f.May 11. Sunday May 10 Sunday, May 10 DO NOT SEND CASH.

Phil Cay andChamels 8:30 p.m. March Wilson and Redcoats RATE Minimum chargd'(3< Pizza Night '\ ,. -, 1L:30> p. m. Sp.m.-12a.m. Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35

Tuesday,May 12 Monday, May 11 Monday, May 11
FOR SALE-CEDAR HILLS DRS. LAKE WATERFRONTNew
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Happy Hour Happy Hour 4:30p.: > m. -6:30p.m. Pizza Night 2 for 1 3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, Fla. 3 BR on 100' x 200' wood-
Wednesday, May '13 room central. heat built-in ed lot $17,500 with terms.
Tuesday, May! 12 Tuesday, May 12 range-oven. EquTty sacrifice. FRANK W.. BROWN & ASSOC.

The Playboys Game Night 7:30p.m.-9:30pm. Happy Hour 5 p. m. 7 p. m. Call W. J.Schub 355-5474.JamesE. 264-9504 BROKERS 264-9505
Meade, Inc. Realtor
MoviesMovies Wednesday, May 13 Wednesday, May House For Sale: 3 BR, 1 1/2

Open Game Night 8 p. m.Sailor's B, Den Large K, Fenced Yd,
will be shown regularly Furn Apt. 4 Rms, $12.50 wk Nr School & Shp Ctr. Give Of
at 7 p. m. on Monday through Margaret Rutherford Terri plus mil. Clean no bugs. Call fer. SP 1-4615
Thomas after 1800 or weekends EV 8-
Saturday; at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m.
on Saturday; and Sunday, at the Sunday May 10 Device 9886. Singer Automatic Console Model
Malnslde ,and NATTC Theaters Original price over $300.:
and at 7 p. m. only on Sundayat Mainside Man from Galveston- 1963 Corvair Monza, R & H, Has balance $62 or reliable par-
the Hospital Theater. These Jeffery Hunter Preston Foster (Continued From Page 1)) AT, Tinted Glass $1750. Call ty assume $7 payments. Sew.

times are' subject to change. T2-A aircraft, however the unit 781-1306 or EV 9-4180. mach. does all fancy designs.
NATTC Phantom of the Opera- can be used to service all .the ZJG ZAG stitching. Call 353-
Thursday, May 7 Herbert Tom, Heather Sears planes hydraulic systems. Orange Park For Rent 219 1946 will deliver. A-l Sewing

Malnslde The Strangler Vic- Hospital Goliath and the Sins Howell was attached to Train- Campbell Ave. 1 BR furn. apt. Machine ExchangeRoom
of Babylon Mark ForestJohn 5 min. from Base $125
tor Buono Selette Cole ing Squadron Nine at NAAS Meridian mo.
NATTC Mouse on the Moon- Chevron Miss. when he built the FRANK W. BROWN & ASSOC. for Rent Avondale -

Margaret Rutherford, Terri Monday, May 11 unit. He said he made the unitto 264-9504 BROKERS 264-9505 Spacious, attractive, A/C pri-
Thomas cut the time of maintainance vate and entrance. EV B-8013-
Hospital Prisoner of the Iron Mainside The Prize Paul work for the squadron's shop.

Mask Mitchell lemoine, Newman Diane Baker He was using the unit two weeks 3 BR. home close to NAS $50
Wardisa Tuida NATTC Man from Galveston- before Captain J. ,D. Rothwell. down $50 Mo. Call Art Powell APT. FOR RENT Beautifully
Jeffery Hunter Preston Foster USMCR noticed It and U.S.N.Ret.. furnished
suggested with Colmery-Wll- spacious one bedroom,
8
Friday, May
Phantom of the
Hospital Opera- it be made available for Navy klnson. Realtors, 264-6144 or all,conv.,excellent neighborhood.EV .
Mainside Goliath and the Sins Herbert Tom, Heather Sears 353-3671 88013.WESTCONNETT.

of BabylonMark Forest,John Tuesday, May 12 use.It is believed that the unit will
Chevron save the Navy untold man hours
,NA TIC Mouse on the Moon .. Mainside Ensign Pulver and thousands of dollars.
Margaret Rutherford' Terri Robert Walker. Burl Ives This is not the first Inven- !
Thomas NATTC The Prize Paul tion that Howell has made for the .
Hospital Prisoner of the Iron Newman Diane Baker efficiency and safety of aircraft.
Mask Mithcell lemoine, Hospital Man from Galveston- When his squadron lost two pilots -
Wardisa Tuida Jeffery Hunter,Preston Foster because of malfunction In FURNITURE CO.

ejection seats, Howell went to
Wednesday, May 13
Saturday, 9 I
May work on his own, found the 5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1.0750
Mainside Phantom of the Opera Mainside 55 Days at Peklng- trouble, and made his adjust-
Herbert Tom. Heather Sears Ave Gardner Charleston ments. The ejection seat was then EASY CREDIT
NATTC Goliath and the Sins Heston tested more that 200 times on
of Babylon Mark ForestJohn NATTC Ensign Pulver-Robert the ground and it worked per- FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS
Chevron Walker Burl Ives fectly. The Navy made the
Hospital Mouse on the Moon Hospital The Prize Paul changes to all aircraft carryingthat e MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING SET $19.95
Newman Diane Baker of
type ejection seat. BEDROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE SETS $29.00
Howell has received five let-

ters of commendation for safety, LIVING ROOM SUITE $69.00

including the Chief of Naval END TABLES, COFFEE TABLES $5.00
O NDERBILT TIRES Operations Safety Award for jet

training 1963. squadrons in 1962 and MODERN LAMPS $5.00 *TV SETS $60.00


3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU ELECTRIC AND GAS STOVES $35.00

Most of us do not realize how -REGRIGERATORS $45.00 e STEREOS $100.00

NO MONEY DOWNAS good the talent we really that lies are.hidden Much in the of 1-TON GIBSON, AIR CONDITIONER $149.00

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NARTU lax Officer Procurement ficer programs.
team is up for sale. To make way for 1965 mod-
Last September each station in els, the Navy League has autho-
the Naval Air Reserve Training rized the commanding officersof FLY-"*" NAVY]
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Command received one of these the reserve facilities to make
sleek beauties through the courtesy the 1964 models available to prospective -
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Delivery'date for the conver- Chrysler Newport convertible used by the NARTU to the local command on a loan bdsi/b'y the Navy
tible will be in June. Interested Jax Officer Procurement team will be sold to make League of the United States. (Navy Photo by
should contact Chief
SP14602FRENCH'S persons Wagner, J03))
Rose at the NARTU Procurement

& Recruiting Department aboard Use Of Skills & Ideas Is I
| NAS Jax Ext. 268 or 36LI
I I VP-5 ChiefCommended

At Key Objective Of Gov't |

RADIO TV inarian 61,000
Nearly two of every five liv-
SALES S. SERVICE ing Korean Conflict veterans have Physical, and biological
CeremoniesDavid
6357 103rd St. thus far taken advantage of the sciences 45OOtXOf
SERVINGSOUTH Korean GI Bill having completedor the 2.3: million trained,
+tl F. Elliot AMHCA,VP-5 being presently enrolled in 1,207,000 Went to Colleges, while
BEST Career Counseling CPl), was some form of educational or readjustment the remainder were trained in institutions -
commended by the squadron's training,the Veterans below college level,
JAX. Commanding Officer Com- Administration recently. correspondence schools, on-the-
SALES I StP VICE/ ON. mander Jack A. Pate May 6 Latest available figures show job and on-the-farm training.In .
TELEVISION for his outstanding performanceof there are approximately 5,6 million comparison the GI Bill for
RADIO duty In increasing the squadron Korean veterans listed In the World War n veterans' educa-
.. HI-FI reenlistment to an exceptionally VA's monthly tabulation of "A- tion found 7.8 million veterans
I .AUTOMOBILE ORGAN RADIO high rate. merica's living veterans," and taking advantage of the benefits.
Cdr. Pate data furnished the Some 15 million veterans of
ALL WORK GUARAHTttD In the ceremonies, by VA's Department -
remarked, "Your outstanding of Compensation, Pen- WW II and the Korean Conflict
__ ,D. F. Elliott. AMACA professional knowledge and skill- sion and Education disclose have received educational and
full presentation of career bene- 2,385,100 have entered the GI training benefits totaling more
fits available to career person- Bill schooling programs.A than 14 billion through June, 1963.
BUY1QUR1VOMSWAGENS nel and your perseverence In further breakdown of this
operational obstacle, was In a second phase of the greatest mass
large part responsible for this educational program ever under-
[ outstanding record." taken In the free world--the GI I
During the last semi-annual Bills of World War II and the i
at reenlistment period, with a total Korean Conflict--showed most
of 41 men discharged, 20 re- of the former GIs chose educa- MORE
enlisted on board, giving VP5an tion and training in crafts, trade
SPRING MOTORSCOMPLETE enviable reenlistment rate of and industry. Total in that cat-
48.8%. egory was 582,000.

SERVICE AND PARTS I- Other categories Include: cars are insured
FOR VOLKSWAGEN AUTOMOBILES II I Business administration and
with us than with
If you want to get back on managerial 275,000 11
E-l'Financing, Arranged, f your feet In a hurry just Engineering 187,000 any other company.
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i WE'RE PROUD OF YOUJ.. J. Program OfferedFor
Stankaitis, CWO-4, the Ast't Annual Navy League Awards ,
Patients Affairs Officer at the
Naval Hospital, redeves his Non Pilot
awards for swimming 50-miles Announced At ConventionRecipients
at the NAS indoor pool recent-
Aviation BilletsOne
ly. The awards were presentedto
of the five annual Commander Seventh Fleet.
him USN,
by Miss Janet Rastall
the of the major programs for Navy League Awards,selected by The John Paul Jones Award
Hospital Field Director for the procurement of qualified men the Navy League Awards$ Board, for Inspirational Leadership, awarded *
the Red Cross (Navy Photo by to fill" non-pilot aviation billetsin have been announced.The awards to that Naval Officer,
J.C. Davis, JOSN) the Navy today Is the Of- will be presented at an Awards Marine Corps Officer, or enlisted -
ficer Candidate Airman (OCAN) Luncheon of the Navy League Annual man who has made an
program.The Convention in Dallas, Texas outstanding contribution to the
OCAN must have finished 20th. standards of leadership traditional -
To on May high
Windjammers two years of college before he Each year, five Navy, Marine in the Navy. Recipient
reports to the Naval School of Corps or civilian men are selected Admiral Claude V. Ricketts,
Hold ElectionThe Pre-flight at Pensacola. After for their outstanding contributions USN, Vice Chief of Naval Operations
MANI D successful completion of this 16- in one of five areas. :
week course he will go on into The awards and their recipientsfor The Alfred Thayer Mahan A-
CARS! Windjammer Players will advanced training in an aviation 1964 are ward for Literary Achievement,
have their general meeting and speciality of his choice. The Stephen Decatur Award for awarded to that Naval Officer,
CLEAN election of.officers, May 13, at Billets open to the non-pilot Operational Competence, a- Marine Corps Officer, enlisted
8 p. m. In Bldg. 804. in Naval Aviation include such warded to that NavalOfflcer,Marine man or civilian who has madea
AND The entertainment for the flight jobs as Navigator,Bombar- Corps Officer- enlistedman notable literary contribution
CORRECTED evening will be under the direc- dier, and Intercept Operator or who has made an outstand- which has advanced the knowledge
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search operation for the pilot
.ARE YOURS of a Marine A4C jet bomber
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Regional Bowling Tourney



Set For HAS Cecil Fieldthe


Navy's Southeast Regional Bowling Tournament a fourdayevent
In which bowlers from as far away as Panama and New Mexicoare NEW OFFICERS OF THE
expected to compete, is scheduled to be held at Cecil Field Naval WOMEN'S GOLF.ASS'N-L(( toR))

Air Station, May 12-15. Mrs. W. W. Wooden, Secretary;
The tourney is one step below modern lanes. Mrs. J. C. MacDonald, Assistant
The last major competitionheld
All-Navy competition.
Chairman Mrs E.F.
OF THE CFJ AREA ELIMINATION BOWLING TOURNEY Preceding the regional tournament there was the 1962 district Tournament ;
WERE THE KEGLERS FROM THE USS Saratoga. (L to R) Cap Cecil Field is hosting the tournament. Hilderbrant, Chairman; andMrs.
Decker, C of' S ComFoirJca, and the Sara team, George Dun- 6ND Tournament scheduled to be The 6ND comprises all the E. D. Ikenberry, Tournament
William states east of the Mississippiand Chairman. (Navy Photo by Ron
levy Ray Eimers, Bob Roland, Kenneth Hartmann and completed tomorrow.
The five men and five women south of the northern bor- Gardner, PK2))
Gardner, PH2)TEMPORARY)
Photo Ron
Herring (Navy by
and North
with the highest scratch scores ders of Tennessee

in the Districts will representthe Carolina.
a WORKWE 6ND in the regional tourney The southeast regional area includes Used to be you went without
five naval districts ex- things to have money; now you
NEED Both the Regionals and the Districts tending from New Mexico to Trin go without money to have things..
will be scratch tournaments idad. British West Indies, .
Stenographers, Legal Stenos, Typists There will be team and from West Virginia to the A four-hourday would bring many
Transcribers, PBX, Key Punch, competition in both but the em- Panama Canal Zone. changes into our' lives. For example -
Comptometer Operators. phasis will be on bowling by we'd have ,to reschedulethe

Top Pal.PoId Weekly, NO FEES_ individuals. coffee break.
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Cecil's five-man team
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Carrier Air Wing Four who which carried the phrase; "and TREES
Jacksonville, Fla. wound up his 18 games with a his paramour turned on him and
scratch average of 193.2 is made him run." Later, he read
Rtt the number one man on the team. the typed results and the line V A.NOTHING DOWN
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Instructors At Rains Ibnper'Navy Skeet Shooter i


4th Week In

The Jax Navy J000 Links PlayThe Wins State Titles


Judo ClubThis 4 In Winter Haven Florida, May 1-3,Dr.R. L. Parsons, of the NATTC
past week's action In Intramural Dental Dept., representing the Jax Navy Skeet Team, won five titles I IDuring
Golf was some what and trophies In the Florida State_Skeet Championships.
hampered by the frequant rainsas the first day and a half I
week's} Judo article is intended Stewart.Stanley. only four of the seven of the shoot, In a steady down- Any weakling can be a peace-
to enlightened followersof Kunimoto Is a San Dan scheduled games were played. pour of rain, Dr. Parsons won breaker; only the strong can bea
the Jax Navy Judo Club on third degree Black Belt, and has Only one match on the links the runnerup spot on the class peacemaker.With .
it's two Instructors, Stanley Ku studied Judo since he was 12 was played on the Monday A 410 gauge shoot and won the aging one does not necessarily -
nimoto, DTI and GySgt. D. L. years old. He started his study schedule. 28 gauge class B championship. become wiser; only more
of Judo in Ihwall under Tach- In the second day of shootingDr. carefuL
Ibana The results of last weeks action Parsons won the class A
((5th), mode Shodan at the
are: 20"gauge state title and fell one
of 21 and
age by the age of
22 he became Nidan. American League bird behind the state champion. CAN
the third of shoot- YOU
Mr. Kunimoto has been Handicap During day .
Dr. Parsons tied with
was
Ing
Instructing in the Navy since he TAKE YOUR CAR
Joined the Supply 5, VAP-62--4 Irving Getz of Miami for the 12 WITH YOU?
service in 1953. Since
For and
state championship thus Financing Insurance
then he has taught in Okanawa gauge
about shootoff. Both stateside and call
,
and bringing a overseas
Iwakunt, Japan. He has stud- Scratch
ied under Ichinoe 8th degree in shooters broke 83 straight bird '\DYER M. BURR, representing
V 1Natianalleague
Japan and has since made San- Supply when Dr. Parsons missed a tar- ,GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
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Instructor at Cecil Field 1959- Handicap pionship.The INSURANCE COMPANY
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VP-30 "B" 7, Hasp "B" 2
JUDO INSTRUCTORS D. L Stewart North Atlantic Judo Champion .
and ship in 1963, for the first time WESTSIDE RENTALS
; (Il) Stanl.y Xunimoto. Scratch V'HAUL
which had formerly been held by
( Photo
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Air Force teams. VP-5--5, AFGTOth 1 4753 BLANDING BLVD.
The senior Judo man in this CFJ 4, NARTU 2

Marine Aviation area is now a patient at the VP-30) "B" 5, Hasp "B" 1 PHONE 771-5092 ....
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Hold Sat. MeetThe tion since 196L PLUS COMMISSIONS 10% DISCOUNT -ON ALL ONE-WAY
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ment will hold their annual golf Belt started Judo here In Jack- ,and planning to live in, the
tourney this Saturday with tee sonville in 1956. Sgt. Stewart greater Jax area? Check these

off time scheduled to commenceat has studied Judo Cherry Point new career opportunities? ,_ -DNAttI_
noon on the NAS golf course. N.C., Beaufort and Parr Island, No ceih'ng on income, independent Rent Local or One-Way
All members of the detachmentare S.C. Sgt. Stewart has also stud- and thorough enjoyment Trucks, Trailers, Tow-

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The tourney will feature the Belt, at AtsujI Japan, and through professional Hand-Trucks & Bumper
Calloway system according to made Ikkyu in 1959. Since 1963 training association Hitches. ,
SSgt Bill Leonard,' Special Ser- he has been instructing Judo with one of the world's greatcompanies.
vices NCO.'Under this system a classes at NAS Jacksonville. ; .
winner can be selected in a one The Jax Navy Judo Club Is
day tourney without an established -
now starting beginners classesin
The man we seek, age 27 to
handicap."We the arts of Judo. Classes
have quite a selection of will be held on Monday and Wed- 45, officer or senior petty FINANCEUP
trophies for those participating nesday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 officer, married, willing to
in this tournament," says Sgt. p.m. In Bldg. 726. All instruc- wok hard, high financial UPTO
Leonard, "from a duffers award, tion is free of charge. All Interested goals.
to the longest drive and even a personnel can gain further Opening available 1 August
low (worst) score trophy." This Information by contacting
is in addition to the winner's Write in confidence giving
GySgt. D. 1.. Stewart USMC, at
trophy and,, the runnerup trophy. Ext. 8544 or come up to the Judo brief summary of qualificationsBOX
The player coming closest to the club on a Monday or Wednesday 3-4724 CLYDE DRIVE ON NEW CARSInterest
pin onnumberthree hole will also night. JAX 8, FLA.

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2 Join 600 Four TeamsUndefeated other very and interesting their outcome and shouldbe infor-

mative, in helping determine the
league leaders.
In Air Force 679th is the lone I
Clubl: Ups Survivor in the National League.
With an unblemished record they
IM SoftballFour are currently sporting a 50record. 'CARS
NARTU and O&R are
His Old
MarkTwo teams in the Intramural tied for second place position IN
Softball leagues still remain on each sporting 4-1 records. ,
new keglers have been he undefeated lists as the The first two days of play A
added to the 600 Series club, "Diamondmen" complete the this past week were rained out, 4.0
and one old 600 member has third week of play. so consequently a short week
bettered his mark by some 13 Three of these teams are from resulted.The '
pins. This brings the present totalto the American League, FICEUR, results of last week are:
25. Admin., and VP-30. FICEUR and American CONDITION
The new 600 bowlers in the Intramural Admin are sporting 5-0 records League
ranks VAP-62---7 VP-16--5 AT
are Raymon while VP-30 is one game back ,
Gulla, of VA-35, who racked upa with a 4-0 record Games played VP-5--23, Weapons 9
614, and Paul Jula of the this week will put some of the Admin 7, Army AFES 1
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The kegler bettering his old FICEUR 8, Comm 5 -
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