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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1964
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/B s, W c.J ADJ3 Maclas, G. A. SFM3 Stokes B. E. ADJ3 Berry, L. D. ADR2 \
77 HAS Sailors N. ABH3 Maher, M. L. ATN2 Stowers, J. A. ADR3 Brewer, O. V. AC2
J C ', J. G. A03 Master, J. A. SFP3 Thielke, A. A. YN3 Cheatham, B. D. TN3
To Be Promoted- C aon, J. J. AMH3 McAvoy, A. R. AMS2 Vacca, A. J. MM2 Clark, O. L. .. AE2
Cloud {A. J. ATR3 Meekins, T. A. AK2 Van Pelt, W. H. RM3 Connell, R. P. MA2
Dennis, J. P. ADJ3 Merrell, J. A. AMH3 Wagner, R. G. A03 Foil J. D. DC2
From Aug. Tests Denise, A. J. ABH2 Miller, J. A. A03 Wallace, J. S. ADJ3 Daslnec, G. T. MA2
Dillon, R. D.EggersW.R.. RM3 Nagel, D. H. ETN3 Wells, K. G. AG3 Lee, C. E. MU1
It's cigar smoking time once ATR2 Neely, L. R. ADJ3 Wetzel D. L. ADJ3
again here at NAS Jacksonville, Farthing, J. W. ETR3 Neylon, C. P. IC3 Wheeler, J. L. MR3 .
as the advancement exams results Gleason, D. E. ETN3 Palmer, E. B. RM2 White, W. C. TD3 Miles G. R. DT3 t
have returned and the new Goodwin, N. J. AC3 Roberts, C. R. AOCA Wilkerson, G. AMS3 Mitchell E. H. SD2
petty officers start sewing on Grossman, R. W. ATN3 Robertson, L. E. AE3 Wilson, R. K. TD3 Ray, L. R. MU3
Those that will Heilman J. C. DT3 .Sanchez Reaves, L 1.. AE2
their new crows. L CS2 Williams, L. A. AMS3
be advanced are listed as follows: Hopkinson, V. V. A03 Sanders, A. S. PN3 Zimmer, G. L. MA3 Sellers, J. AMS2
Johnson, L. A. ADR2 Sexton, H. L. AC3
Amick, R. C. AE2 Kelly, J. H.Kuykemall ADJ3 Smith, S. S. A03 Sharrock C. J. ACCA
Anders, E. R. TD3 J. YN3 Smith, F. K. ADJ3 2ND INCREMENT Smith, K. D. DC1
Baker D. J. AZ3 Laverty, J. J. PH3 Stark E. L. MA3 ADVANCEMENTSAdmave Tilton, C. W. AE2 ".
Blyn, M. J. AMH3 Lockhart, K. G. ATR3 Stokes, W. W. AQF3 R. K. ADJ2 Walsh, G. H. AK2





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VOL. 22 NO. 32 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 8, 1964 I


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Civilian Economy IncreasesDallas


Texas (AFPS--Secretary) of Defense Robert S. McNamaratold
delegates to the American Legion Convention here; "To remainin
the military services In these times of cold war Is a real sacrifice

for highly trained, capable Individuals." .
,,,,,,. _.I"-1'! The secretary- explained, .
"Their skills are such that In
FosbenNerNamed many cases they could] expect far
greater material rewards from

GRADUATION .. The following is a list of O&R's Apprentice graduation: (L.R) Copt. T. Wash. Instructor the civilian economy."
ington, O&R Officer; J. S. Broos, H. R. White, R. R. Roenisch, G. A. Atkinson, F. D. Torrible, Secretary McNamara said thata
R. E..Day, Richard Digiandomenico, B. E. Scott; Capt. J. R. Mackroth, NAS CO; A. L. Neville, Year At NATTC new policy has been designedto
R. S. Huggins, L. R. Woodrum, R. E. Warren, W. C. Banks, K. D. Fowler, J. M. Moody, T. L. De- with keep Increases military pay In moving along and
prices
Costa, E. P. Grote, F. V. Abramson; Cdr. E Herbert, Assistant Public Works Officer. (Navy Photo The annual search at the Naval wages in the civilian economy. _.r
by Jim Patrick, AN) Air Technical Training Centerfor "We intend to review prices
the "Instructor of the Year" and wage changes In the'econarny
JFK Library ended Thursday, September 24, each year," die Defense Secre-
Capt. Mackroth Praises with the selection of Reuben F. tary said, "and recommend appropriate -
Fosbenner, AELFosbenner Increases in the military -
Aided By DODContributions an Instructor at pay structure.
Promotes 19 HAS CiviliansNineteen NATTC's basic Aviation Elec- "Decent 'housing for his wife
trician's Mate School, was declared and children Is almost as important
winner of the final com- to the average career
apprentices who recently completed four years of train- mand competition by a board of serviceman as pay," the secre-
Ing have been presented certificates( attesting to their status as Judges that consisted of Dr. S.D. tary said.
fully-qualified, skilled journeymen. The following Is a message Harris of Jacksonville Univer- He told the delegates, "I regret
The presentation ceremony was conducted In the Smith Room of from the Hon rable Paul NItze, sity, Mr. Philip Gearing of the to say that during the past
the Civilian Cafeteria, Bldg. 2. Captain John R. Mackroth, Commanding Secretary of the Navy to all Duval County Board of Public several years there has not been
Officer, NAS, delivered the principal address to the grad- Navy units. Instruction, Mr. W.C. Parker of sufficient public support for military -
uates and their guests. In his "The campaign within the Department Forrest High School and Of- housing programs at the
address, Capt. Mackroth con- of the Navy to raise ficers of the training center. level we have requested."
gratulated the graduates on funds for the John F. Kennedy The other school winners were, Secretary McNamara also explained
their achievements and said, Memorial Library has been an First Runner-up, M. A. Myette, "Wherever a service -
"You have done well In learn- unqualified success. AOCA of Basic Aviation Ord- man may be stationed he Is there
ing the skills and knowledges of The overwhelmingly generous nanceman School; Second Run- not Iiy choice but by order of
your trades. You can look back response has resulted in the ner-ups H. Zeigler, AO1 of Advanced his government.The government,
with a feeling of receipt of contributions of more Aviation Ordnanceman therefore, has a special responsibility -
over what you have than $367 thousand which have School; H. H. Smith, AECA, of to care for his needs.
ed. I am proud of been turned over to the fund. the Advanced Aviation Electrl- '
Mackroth then went All personnel involved in the cian's Mate School, and R. P.
view the experiences campaign may take pride In this Crouch, AMCS, of the Aircraft
prentices from the : result. It is hoped that all willat Maictenance Radiography School
first took the written >; some time be able to visit The three winners of the final ty _
tion until their the completed library and in command competition were pre-
Capt. Mackroth some measure derive there froma sented with Letters of Com- H
group that they will be x part of the inspiration for mendation and a $75, $50, and :
grow In technological 11)S (public service which the late $25 U. S. Savings Bonds by Cap-
knowledge In the president hoped to provide when tain C. G. Strum, Commanding
scientists point the way he first envisioned Its establishment. Officer of the Naval Air Techni-
techniques and HONORED AT cal Training Center.
The apprentices Harper and Any further contributions The "Instructor of the Year"is
In their trades as pose with should be sent directly to the selected through a process of ..
ployees. Their training certificate and fund as follows: elimination. The search starts
plemented by John Fitzgerald Kennedy Lib- within the individual phases of
Baker
tion and home study In Captain rary, Inc. each school at the center. Each
Officer, U. S. P. 0. Box 2500, Boston, Mass,

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i. By W. B. Feagins

I. SUNDAY We are all familiar with the term "readiness."The military aspectof
,..1. this word places an obligation on all of us who serve in the defenseof
8:00: a.m. Service of Holy our country, to achieve the maximum in preparation for security.In .

Communion other words, as members of the military team. we know where we
9:30: a. m. Service of Divine should stand in the trust of our people of this! nation. We certainlywant

Worship to stand In allegiance; faithfulness and In security of our Individual -
School for
9:30 a. m. Sunday
units of service.
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 This philosophy of readiness was used by the Duke of Wellington.
11:00 Service of Divine
a m.
commander will careful
He said that a wise military pay attentionto
Worship decided to make his stand. He dramatizedthis
which he
the ground on
; : .,
.#. 6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship
",./ .. "'0 'W. with the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo.
: WEDNESDAY This military strategy can certainly apply to life's battles as well
,. ;/; 'The' motivating force of spiritual attitudes toward God and man must

,0.%4: ,"t ( f 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal first be grounded In proper perspective.Once the perspective Is found,
a definite stand must be made unless the weakness In the bulwark of
> Senior Choir Rehearsal lives allow forces to overwhelm our decisions for a proper
,'.;: '1/r car 7:30 p. m. cur
/ /;;]/; I" I I. ...1..' .,-: L14'i stand. Where can we stand? The sure and steady foundation Is God.
; / '/ -, 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion His revealed World Is Implicit In directing our attention to the Importance -
PF Also on all Holy Days of the soul, the usefulness of man In the work of the Kingdomof

9tLfl Jn OF1H M. Catholic Services at St Ed- God. Our stand should be made on the higher ground of God's
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ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval Commandments; then dig In to establish a lasting position of principles

4y flEPREGSNr YOu )tXR64cRv1c.ANPCOUNTRY Hospital and precepts of dally living With God. There may be weak spots Incur
SUNDAY MASS lives of holding favorably for God's Holy Way. But the higher
ground of God's mercy, love and assistance will allow us to achieve
J
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital our personal victory for His Name.
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- To every man Is given the whole armor of God. To receive the

ward's Chapel armor is to take a stand for God. To neglect this armor is to become
vulnerable to the onslaught of enemies of the soul The ground is
Editorial DAILY MASS there. Choose your battlefield. This is wisdom that does not change.

11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel

-.wrr A Salute to Armed Forces MONDAY & TUESDAY Speech Disorders Are Corrected

4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC

Members of Olympic GamesAs FRIDAY With United Fund ContributionsTwo

12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital

years ago a national organization was asked to come to Jack-
a member of the armed'forces you can be especially proud of SATURDAY
sonville and survey the needs and incidence of speech and hearing
the Olympic team that will represent you and the United States in 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel disorders for Duval County. This organization Is now one of the 43
the 1964 Games In
Olympic Oct. 10-26.
Tokyo
CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY agencies being supported by the United Community Services drive.
Fifty-four members of the 290-member U. S. men's team are Their report indicated tnat
servicemen. Having that many men make the team is really some- 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and before there are approximately 15,000 nearly speechless.At .
thing when you consider that of all those who officially sought to Masses children In our county with speechand this point, fortunately for
make the squad, less than five percent represented the armed forces. Catechism Classes:Grade School hearing Impairments, and Bobby, he was brought to the
that several thousand more adults Speech and Hearing Center for
Such is what could well to be the United SATURDAY
a representation prove
suffer from similar handicaps.The evaluation by the center's staff.It .
States' greatest assemblage of athletes is testimony to the qualityof 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities various types of speech and appeared that the problem of
athletic in the Navy, Air Force and Marine
programs Army
building 722 hearing disorders may be stuttering with Bobby had come
selection committees convene
When the various
Corps Olympic discrlbed as follows:children delayed into being the moment the par-
four make their choices, service athletes always receive -
:=w, every years to
in talking, those who do not ents decided that their child was
maximum consideration.The Traffic talk plainly or retain infantile stuttering I Noticing that Bobby

committees are aware that top athletes In the service are speech patterns; children who repeated and hestitated (even
always exposed to sound competition at both Intra-service and Inter-I have speech patterns which are though this was quite normal for
service levels. Many of the 54 armed forces representatives have ViolationsThe defective due to cleft palates, his age and sex) the parents began -
also tasted international competition In CISM (Conslel Internationale and the speech and language pro- to worry. "Don't'say uh, uh,
du Sport Military meets. Further, the selection committees know blems caused by deafness or uh," they admonished him, or
Is of
that the services place a premium on physical fitness, modern facilities motor vehicle following accidents a report and traffic handicapped hearing; adults who "Bobby, try to take adeepbreathbefore
have suffered brain and start At
and experienced coaching.Now violations for the period Sep- Injury you talking.
who have almost lost their the child realized that -
totally once perhaps
the long-awaited hour for the entire United States team-- tember 27 through October 3.
and women--Is here. The team's members will put their skills ability to speak; the speech pro- he was doing something not
men the line the best Number of AccidentsThis blems of those who have had acceptable to his mother and
and long, gruelling hours of training on against
their removed father he hesi-
larynxes ; and the ; therefore, when
athletes the rest of the World has to offer.A .
week September 27 through speech problems of children and tated In speaking again and saw

special salute goes to those service lndlviduals--27 Army, 14 October 3 . . .7 1 adults which we call stuttering.Of his parents stiffen and look away,
Air Force, seven Marine Corps and six Navy--who carry the United Total Accidents this year through all these various speech and he become so Infected with their

States banner Into the Games, and those service members who are October 3 . . 123 hearing disorders let us briefly doubt and worry that he could
Olympic team alternates and stand ready to compete If the call Number of Accidents through tell you the story of a three- not get the words outsoonenough

comes. October 1963 . 235 year old boy who could have very to please then. He was begin-

And Ito the entire United States team, we wish you the very best. Total number of days since last well become a stutterer had he ning to force himself to say
Win or lose, we're behind you I (AFPS) Injury in vehicle accident. 55 not received consultation from words; be began to tighten the
the staff of the Speech and Hear- muscles of his lips, tongue, and
Number of ViolationsThis
ing Center.B. throat; and consequently began to

H. from NAS, Jax., was not speak even less smoothly. Bobbywas
week . . 69 quite three old
years when his well on his to becominga
Speeding . . . 13 parents first be way
began to stutterer.
AX AIJR NEWS Reckless Driving . 3 anxious about his very
speech. The Within a short time we were
Going through Stop 2
Sign
child would repeat a sound or a able to help Bobby. This was
Other Violations . 51
world in and
his
talking motherand accomplished primarily by reassuring -
Thirty-eight drivers appeared father, assuming this was a his parents and giving
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic Hearing Boardat new and amlnous development, them some Information about the
distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station, the meeting held on October determined to something about realities of,childhood speech. In
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a ,Disposition of the cases Includethe it. At first they tried 'their own due"time the.parent's feeling
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR following: twelve lost drivingand logical therapeutic approach about! Bobby's speech returned to
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, parking privileges aboard which was to ask
Bobby not to normal, and then so did Bobby'sspeech.
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before station for various periods; two talk so fast, think before he saida .
publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources- were assigned to complete an word, etc. When
this failed thana
It is estimated that more
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Telephone EV9-7711, Ext. r 162.
eight-hour course In remedial his
parents began to United
seek
the in the
million people
Advertisements
are solicited by the publisher and queries
I concerning such should be directed to the Holt PubllshlnH driving Instructions; eight were advice of many friends and rela- States 7 1 out of 1,000-
e Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida. given suspended penalties; seven tives. It was suggested that he suffer from the tensionsand
were given warnings; three were take a deep breath before
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. start- embarrassment of this pro-
dismissed; six were fined; and ing to speak. Bobby did his best blem. We believe that In most

VOL. 22 NO. 32 OCTOBER 8, '1964 thirteen were officers referred for to commanding but within a very few days and cases the problems of a stutter
possible 4 breath had
. .. become a prp- ing child are avoidable problems.
.
disciplinary action/ ':,:.nooMed- .
.g.sPIng,' 'aiX!. -he .was ,Such'.wasithe: case.wlth Bobby H.



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J- "InstructorOf is assigned to teach on which to

Lo.cal'l'eservesCommende'd The Year" be judged. _" t
The selection of the best Instructor -
For (Continued From Page 1)) is made by the In-
structor's Phase Officer and
-rL phase of the schools selects an Phase Supervisor. The winnerat
Iceland CruiseCmdr. Instructor to represent that phase this level of competition then
in the annual ''instructor of the competes with other phase winners -
Year" competition.At to determine the individual
R. L. Rodgers, USNR, this level of competition the school winners. The competitors
Commanding Officer ofNARTU's Instructor is allowed to select are Judged on a fifteen minutes
VP-742, received an official any one of the "lessons that he lesson that they previously pre
commendation from Rear Admiral pared on a subject of thelf l choice
L\ Paul D. Bute Commander a five and half foot long, Florida within their technical rating
: w Barrier Forces Atlantic Fleet. Alligator named "Anger, received field] ; they also Judged on an
r The commendation, presentedby a great deal of attention, Impromptu presentation of five
I Capt. C. W. Pittman, USN, but was glad to ]leave the north minutes duration regarding a
Commanding Officer of NARTU ern climate and return Florida. military subject chosen by lot
-H Jax, recognized the 'efforts of During their two weeks in Ice- thirty minutes prior, to the time
P the officers and men of VP-742 land, VP-742 augmented the fleet of the:presentation.The .
during their two week active duty forces by flying regular missions
1 cruise in Iceland this summer. in conjunctionwith antisubmarine winner at this level of competition -
.J This squadron of Floridian warefare. then participates In the
Naval Air Reservists presented Cmdr. Rodgers resides at 236 final command competition against ,
CDR. R. L. RODGERS ''left), CO VP.742 of' NARTU lax, receivesan several crates of Florida citrus Masters Drive in St. Augustine, other school winners.
official commendation 'from the Commander, Barrier Forces fruits and numberous citrus Florida. He is the chief test pilot Fosbenner reported to NATTC
Atlantic Fleet, September 26. Presenting the commendation is plants to the people of Keflavik, for theFairchlldAircraftService from Squadron VA-216 Moffett
Captain C. V;. Pittman, CO, NARTU Jax. Iceland. The squadron's mascot, Division. Field, California, September 10,
1961.


Capt. Mackroth Speaks & 1


At CPO VIP LuncheonThe .rtV1X W .V D-

SE6PAGE12AKD _
monthly VIP Luncheon held at the Chiefs Club was to hostU. YOU'LL KNOW WHY!
S. Representative Charles Bennett, but due to pressing businessin
Washington, he was forced to cancel at the last moment. Called the head table RIVERSIDE
SEATED WITH CAPTAIN J. R. MACKROTH at are:
at such short notice, Captain J. R. Mackroth,
upon CommandingOfficer
Cdr. D. C. Stale/, NAS Administrative Officer; Chief J. O. Jones,
of NAS, consented to address tue
group.
The group met on the secord Vice President of the CPO Club; Chief Frank Sheehan, President; CHEVROLET

floor at the club to first enjoy Importance of the military vote and Captain C. G. Strum, Commanding Officer, NATTC. Captain CEDAR HILLS
Mackroth addressed the VIP Luncheon.
the luncheon of fried
Is being realized to be of great
chicken. With Captain Mack- Importance.In ---
roth at the front table were: closing, he read a quota- .
Capt. C. G. Strum, CO, NATTC: : tion from the O&R Newsletter,
Cdr. D. C.. Staley, Administrative citing the importance of leader-
Officer, NAS; Chief Frank ship and the qualities it demands CASH 01 THE
Sheehan, President of the club; of those who are chosento
.and Chief J. O. Jones, Vice- lead.
Pres Ident.
Afteer a brief Introduction the
captain spoke about the "Chief
Petty Officer and his Military BARREL HEAD
and civilian community". He
commended the chiefs on their
role in this achievement by their
willingness to participate In com .'. : from; SEABOARD!
munity affairs. Through their
"Dollars for Scholars" Program -
and their active role In winsurattcabtry- Y
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P. T. A., the chiefs lend their
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endeavor. ec..bctme. todiyl I
The captain discussed the
achievement of earning the 0 i. JOE
ChiefJ J i tt and the Importanceof
their leadership throughout
the Navy.He {! : LUTENPhone e e
went on to spotlight the 771-8400
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Mackroth continued that the
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SAC SubjectFor "Enlisted. Men OCIu Offers


WJXT 20thCentury CommissionedEnsign Y JA4

Show"Sac At NATTCThe Tour To The


: Aloft and below" Is the gap between Airman Recruit World's FairAn
subject of a two part report on and Commissioned Officer
the "TwentlethCentury"Sundays Is wide, and for the less than
October U and 18, at 6:00 PM diligent Sailor it's almost impossible evening of fun and adventure
on WJXT, Television 4 In Jacksonville to close. will await Officers, their Ladies
However, October 1. two determined and guests, as they tour the NAS
The first segment will focus men at Naval Air Tech- Officers Club on the evenings of
on the U.S. Air Force deterrent nical Tralning'Center closed that November 13 and 14. The oc-
military complex which is equipped gap with their being commissioned casion. . NIGHTS AT THE
with more than 1,200 bombers Ensign United States Navy. WORLDS FAIR. will show all
able to carry H-bombs and nu- The two Officers, Robert W. the splendor and excitement that
clear-tipped ballistic missiles. Bryant and, Alva D. Watson, Jr., j jREAR many of the far and distant lards
General Thomas S. Power, SAC each with twelve years navalser- have to offer. A stroll down the
Commander discusses the the- vice, were commissioned under Avenue of Nations will enable you
ory of deterrence and so-called the Limited Duty Officer pro- L_ to dine in an authentic Italian
"positive control fall-safe sy- gram with their wives at their cafe. . sip coffee amidst
stem" the flexibility of SAC'S sides. ADMIRAL ROBERT GOLDTHWAITE, ComFoirJox, receives the profusion of Brazilian jun-
weapons system and safety de- Ensign Bryant, a native of his fidel 'Nights at the Worlds Fair" from Mrs. H. F. McCue, gles. have attractive Frau-
vices. Brig. Gen. William J. Quincy Illinois, reported to Naval chairman of the JOWC charity event. Mrs. J. E. Rylee, Club President leins serve you in a Bavarian
Air Technical Training Cen- Ratskellar. beneath
the of
Grumm explains swaying
purpose hands ticket Mackroth
a to.Captain J. R. CO/ NAS.
"Looking Glass", SAC's airborne terter from Squadron VT-2L palm and enjoy the soothing mel-
command post, an alter- USNAAS, Kingsville, Texas, odies of Polynesia.A .
nate to SAC headquarters Incase March 31, 1964. During his tour vile He wears the Good Conduct! Medal with a Bronze Star. spectacular entertainment
of nuclear attack.In of duty at NATTC he was a student Medal with a Bronze Star and the The commissioning> ceremonywas extravaganza will be presentedwith
pan two the emphasis Is at the Aviation Ordnanceman National Defense Ribbon performed by Captain C. G. our own Navy talent -
on Intercontinental ballistic mis Class "B" SchoolHe Ensign Watson, a native of Strum, Commanding Officer of after taking a peek at the re-
.. siles.. Thai Titan II and Minuteman is married to the former Coeburn, Virginia, was a student Naval Air Technical Training hersals it can be said that this
-and the combat crews Elida H. Garza of Premont, at the Electrician's Mate Center. will be one show you will not
who operate them. Gen. Power Texas, and presently reside with Class "B" School He reportedto want to miss I
explains the Importance of flex- their five children at the Air Base NATTC from Squadron VS-41 This charity event is sponsoredby
1... > fbility In retaliatory response. Motel Roosevelt Blvd.,Jackson- stationed at North Island, San LITTLEOR the Jacksonville Officers

Diego, California, May 4, 1964. Wives Club.
He is married to the former Mrs. H.F. McCue event chair
Reiko Immamiada of Tokyo, NO DOWN man, has been hard at work with
Japan and resides at 5109 PAYMENTCREDIT her very capable committee
Firestone Road, Jacksonville. chairmen planning what prom-
Watson wears the Good Conduct APPROVEDBY ises to be two delightful evenings
PHONE of games, food, fun and entertainment. -
FINER USED CARS Committee chairmen are
CHURCH of CHRIST WE'LL BEAT ANYBODY'SCAR Mrs. W.M. Bens, decorations;
5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. Mrs. C, G. Strum, ways and
NEAR NASJUsT DEAL means; Cdr. Kent J. Weber and
OFF TIMUQUANA'RD. Mrs. J. C. Stoopack, entertainment -
SUNDAYS: PETEPEEPLES ; Mrs. C. L. Dickerson and

10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP LCdr. Jack O'Donnell, finances;
65 FORDS 11:00 A. M. WORSHIP Cdr. and Mrs. E. F.Hilderbrant,
7:00 P.M. EVENING SERVICE special equipment; Mrs. Q. R.
Whitmore secretary; Mrs. R.A.
WEDNESDAYS 1035 MAIN ST.
: Schulze treasurer; Mrs. A. T,
7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE "WE
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Decker and Mrs. T. J. Cross,
CHURCH PHONE SP 1-9075 PERSONEL"iVANDERBilT tickets; Mrs. Arthur Cason and
MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 Mrs. J. R. Ward, food; and Mrs.
W. T. Clark publicity.
DUVAL MOTORSSAN Tickets go on sale October 12
at $2.50 per person and can be

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THE HANDICAPPED The employees pictured above have consented to be photo graphed to represent all the other handicapped employees of the station observance

of' National Employ the Physically Handicapped week, Oct. 410. Approxi mately 420 or 9% of the employees of NAS Jax arr identified as handicapped. It

I should be emphasized, however, that the government's concern for the employment and placement of the Handicapped extends throughout the other 51 weeks! of the I
year. Mr. Sackiel, and Mr. Parker have each suffered the loss of a leg. Mr. Sewell lost both legs. Mr. Smith is a polio victim. Mr. Ganey ,I'

has a severe hearing I loss. Yet, each of'these employees_are performing! efficiently the duties of their positions. They have proven that the utilization of the phsically
handicapped is good business. President Johnson mode (the following comments in a speech April

I' 30: "We have made sound progress, and prospects! 'for real progress are bright. We can mdke this STEREOS
extra effort without creating jobs especially' the handicapped, without impairing the merit .system, FREE

without compromising the .' .. '. .

quality of the efficiency of f.. "
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USO Notes CPO Club \ Bluejackets Inn

0"Club
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Thursday, October 8 Thursday, October 8 MoviesMovies '-
Thursday, October 8
Homemade Goodies Night Happy Hour
Thursday, October 8 Carl Boy< .& the Rhythm Kings

Friday, October 9 Friday, October 9 will be shown regu- Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. 8:30-11:30 p. rn.

Pay Day Party 8-11 p. m. Dance to Bud Clark Saturday.larly at 7 p. m. Monday through Dinner 6-9 p. m. Friday, October 9

.Saturday, October 10 Saturday, October 10 NATTC will have two feature Friday, October 9 Phil Cay &The Chantels 9-1 a.m.

Star Program Tour Dance to Johnny Arnold Saturdays times 2 p.and m.Sundays.and 7 The p. m.hos-on Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Saturday, October 10
Dinner 6-9:30 p. m.
Sunday, October 11 Sunday, October 11 pital will have' one feature on Johnnie Arnold 8-12 a. m. Carl Boyd & The Rhythm Kings
Sunday's at 7 p. m. 9-1 a. m.Sunday.
South Jacksonville Presbyterian Dance to Phil
Cay The MainsIde theatre will stay Saturday, October 10
October the same, for the evening October 11
Monday, 12 Monday, October 12 except Dinner 6-9:30: p. m.

Columbus Day Party 8-11 p. m. Pizza NightTuesday feature which will begin at 7:30p. Charlie Jay 8:30-12:30 a. m. March Wilson & The Red Coats
m.These are subject to change. 8:30-11:30 p. m.

Tuesday, October 13 October 13 Thursday, October 8 Sunday, October 11 Monday, October 12

Game Night Open Buffet 6-9 p. m. Prime Ribs of
Malnslde Only Two Can Play Beef, Steamship round Pizza 2 for 1 Night 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 14 Wednesday, October 14 Peter Sellers, Mal Zetterling
NATTC Rhino Harry Guar- Monday, October 12 Tuesday, October 13
Disc Jockey Show Music by Country Drifters25to3O
dino, Robert Gulp Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Happy Hour 5-7 p. m.
of Treason -
Hospital Ring
Dinner 6-9 p. m.Tuesday .
Bernard Lee,Margaret Tyzack Wednesday, October 14
October 13
,
Friday, October 9 Game Night 8 p. m.
$ Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p. m. **Club will be open at 12 each
SAVE Malnslde Viva Las Vegas (French) day a Baseball Game is tele-
Elvis Presley, Ann Margaret vised until completion of
NATTC Only Two Can Play Wednesday, October 14 World Series.

On Each 100 of Basic Bureau Rates for Peter Sellers, Mal Zetterllng Guar- Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m.
Rhino -
Hospital Harry
Family Night 6-9 p. m. Fried
dino, Robert Gulp Chicken Acey Ducey Club

AUTOINSURANCE$- Saturday, October 10'

Malnslde The Beatles- A Hard Day's Night- 27,000th Baby Thursday, October 8

- NATTC Viva Las Vegas-Elvis Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m.
Presley, Ann Margaret Born AtNavHosp.
Friday, October 9
Hospital Only Two Can Play -

Peter Sellers, Mal Zetterling Marc Castle 8:30-12:30 a. m.

More than 800,000 car owners insure Sunday, October 11 Saturday, October 10
Former Wave, Sharon Made-
with GEICO.and get these advantages: Malnslde 812Marcello line Barosh, now Mrs.Elton Harper Phil Cay and The Chantels 8:30-
Mastroianni Claudia Cardin- 12:30 a.m.Sunday .
,
Equal protection at substantial savings ale of 2918 Olga Place,Jackson-

Quick and fair claim service ville, Florida, proudly presents October 11
personal NATTC A Hard Day's Night their
new son.William James who
An established, financially strong company The Beatles Is the 27,000 baby born In the Game Night 5:30-7:30 p. m.
Hospital Viva Las Vegas Family Hospital which opened In Western Band Tommy C &

Elvis Presley, Ann Margaret 1944 as a new addition to the Country Drifters 8:30-:

Monday, October 12 Naval Hospital, Jackkonvllle. 11:30 p. m.Monday.

GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERSYOU Malnslde Evil Eye John Mrs. Harper and her son, who October 12
was born on September 23, 1964,
SAVE 30% from Basic Bureau Rates for the Colli- Saxon, Letrlck Roman Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m.
honored Fri-
were at a parry on
sion and Comprehensive coverages, and you save 25% NATTC 8 1/2 Marcello Mas-
day afternoon at the hospitalThe
for the vital Liability coverages. GEICO also gives you troianni, Claudia cardinale : Officer Tuesday, October 13
Commanding Capt.
the usual additional driver training Hospital A Hard Game
savings on compact cars, Day's Night Baker presented Harpers with Night 7:30-9:30 p. m.
and when more-than-one-car is insured. You may pay The Beatles
congratulations, an enlarged Wednesday, October 14
your premium in convenient installments if you wish. Tuesday, October 13 birth certificate and added the

NO EXTRA COSTS: The low GEICO premium is the Malnslde Lady In the Cage 27th Crepe Myrtle tree to the Movies sports 8 p. m.PAGE .
full cost of insurance there membership fees row which now adorns the Family
your ; are no Olivia De Havllland, Ann
assessments, or other sales charges of any kind. Southern HospitaL Mr. Harper Is employed -
at the St. Regis Paper Com-
NATTC Evil Eye John Saxon
GEICO rates are on file with state insurance authoritiesand pany In Jacksonville.
Letrlck Roman
represent the above savings from Basic Bureau Rates
Hospital 8 1/2 Marcello
for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau Rates are the rates
Mastrolannl,Claudia Cardinale NATTC Lady In the Cage -
established by the National Bureau of Casualty Under-
Olivia De Havilland, Ann
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for their member and
subscribing companies.
Malnslde Day of the Treplds Hospital Evil EyeJohn Saxon, i

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Beginner CourseIn
first deck of Btdg. 9$5. {

There are no fees, and no requisites : '

Russian Now but a desire to learn.] fu ; :

Many who have successfully completed ,

At CI&E Office this benefit.course have Several found have immediate ,:",,':'tr">.I.W'W', '," ,','.', :'" "'. ,.. .: ','-' .'vr

been selected for study at the
A course of study In BegIn- Naval Intelligence school; others Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

ning Russian is currently being have been employed as interpreters. Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
offered by the C&E Officer of Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Military Personnel too late for this deadline will be published the following
Expert instruction in the spoken You are urged to take advan- week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.. :
and written language, as wellas tage of this fine opportunity, enroll A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be' 1
interested
insight into Russian mores, today personnelmay received WITH the copy for the ad. 1+
obtain( further information
customs, and history are of- DO NOT SEND CASH. I
by contacting the NAS lax CBcE .. ... . 1
(6 red by Russian-born Professor RATE: Mf.nJJrmn..charge ((3 lines). f. $1.00
Gregori Glass. Officer. Ext. 618/8556. Per additional line ((4 words per line);'?.,,.. 35 1
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The class, which convenes on New classes begin Oct. 12. LAST MINUTE GLANCE.Vivian

Monday and Thursday eveningsat Registrations will be acceptedin Wagner, President of Navy 1963 CADILLAC COUPE DE- FLEET RESERVE HALL for rent
6 p. m. for three hour sessions the CUE Office until 4 p.m. Wves Club *86, glances at the VILLE Prettiest car (In Jax. Civic groups, military parties, I
is held in the testing room, Oct. 9. rules of order before leavingfor Full power Air. 17,000 miles. catering service. 771-9951 or

,. San Franciso, where she will Factory warranty. Private party. 389-9808 after fcOO P.M.

be a delegate to the National Only $395 down 725-7767. j
Convention. MGA 1956 SPORT ROADSTER-
PUPPIES German Shepherd.Pure clean car rebuilt engine, transmission -
bred 2 mos. Large boned new tires. $750. Con-
vGUtJUEIHL'> Navy Wife and healthy. AKC. 388-8710. gress 4-9637.


Space, Beaut. 1 BR Apt. Adults FREE MAPS and AAA infor-

Attends ClubConvention no pets. Reas. By appt.EV8-8013 mation. Special attention to Navy. J
ChevroletCHEVROLET Also master bedr.-bath. Call 781-1277.
1
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Jeans Dance Academy Venetla, 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
Wescormett. Bell Air EV 4-3055 NAS, $50 down $50 month. Call
& SP 1-5464. Art PowelHJSN. Retd. with Col-
Jacksonville
in
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Presi- mery-WIlklnson Realtors. 264-
dent of Navy Wives Club Jax86# ,
DOWNTOWN- FOR-dblmetalbedcompt.. 6144 or 353-3671.
will leave Jacksonville tomorrowto
$50 sgle metalbed $20.Hot
924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE attend the National Conventionof Point Range 30" $70. All In good FOR SALE be. Prop duplex
Wives Clubs of America
Navy cond. Ph. 725-1318 after 6 p.m. 3-plex. 4 plea 3 mL NAS $115
held in( San Francisco.A .
mo. Owner 7718697.TRAILER .
board was held Oct.
meeting
5 Points 2150 Park St. beaus
6 the home of Thomas
at Mrs. J.
torn apt. New&: modern Accan- LOT 50' X 100' 10
Bennett. After the meeting,there odate 2 or 3 people 387-6010. mice NAS. 6085 Townsend Road.
Looking for trustworthy was a luncheon to honor Mrs.
SP 1-6188, after 6pm.Free local
Wilbert .
Wagner.The Earn Extra Cash no exp. nee. hauling.
meeting held Tuesday 21 or over, exc. earnings. Call
money service evening at the home of Mrs. 264-2158 for interview. FURN. APTS. 557 00 Studio
Henry J. Wernet, National Pin
apt. $45 mo. 4; 3 rm.apt$50 mo.
Chairman pertained to the pins For Sale Beer Tavern' Near 6 clean & comf. EV 89886.
and emblems used Wives
by
Navy
Naval Air Station. EV 9-9235 or
Clubs of America.Discussions
on SP 1-2117. UNFURN. APT FOR RENT-
these will be brought up at the
Blinding: Blvd.-Deluxe apt. 3 BR,
National Convention this
year. Kit. Equip. 3 inL NAS $115 mo.
For Sale IT Smithcraft Over-
.. Owner 771-8697.
.1U- nlghter. 35 hp Evinrude also 12 hp

EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS Elgin Both top condition. EV 5 points 2150 Park St. beaus
9-9235 SP 1-2117.
fern studio rm. Twin beds. TV.

Accomodate 2 people. 3876010.For .
Furn Apt. -3859 HerscbeU 4rms

&: bath, porch, yd, gar eke, nr
NAS, $70. 387-1950. Sale -Metal kitchen cabinet
FURNISHED.. $65.0 Hide a bed sofa, rugs, drapes,
vacuum cleaner and
bicycle
UNFURNISHED $55. CAN YOUTAKE other misc. 384-3267.

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Locatedto torn. (AIr) unfurn. Well kept.
Insurance
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downtown 2915 &: 2917 Remington St. Only

See the leader in the fiekl-HFC NAS and Cecil Stateside DYER And M.Overseas BURR, Call perm Cbildren..No persons pets.interested.Ph. 389-1982.No

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f "With a clip and two rounds,lock and load. Ready on the right? Ready on the left? All ready on the firing aL

line. Watch your targets Ir' ', .
,Withv these! words from Range Officer Lieutenant P.L. Harrington and line NCO.GySgt. R.A. Tafolla
the* last 'detachment of Marine marksmen commenced firing for their annual qualifications on the Camp a

Blanding range some 30 miles southwest of NAS Jacksonville.As .
the Range Officer yelled, "Watch your targets," some 200 yards down the range 20 targets loomedon
the horizon and simultaneously 20 M-1 carbines thundered breaking the silence of a comparatively

} still, warm afternoon. .
-
The first round of firing con TOn
1 '. 1 t sisted of 10 rounds 'of ammunition ",
to be expended, slow fire Or
off-hand or as the layman would
I w say, from the standing position.The .
second round of firing Is
10 rounds of ammunition from the
rapid fire sitting position. This
I must be done within 50 seconds,
which doesn't sound to hard until
one tries It.
The third round of firing Is
moved back to the 300 yard

position and consists of five the phones at the line are Corpsman Craig, HM3, Ri, fondly
from the rounds of slow fire from the
position.
Firing
prone known as "Doc" and Pfc H. U. Smith, Uh)
sitting position and five rounds
slow fire from the kneeling posi consists of 10 rounds of rapid gets and pasting up the holes.
fire In the prone position this The buns, as It Is called Is
tion.The fourth round [Is also fired this must be done In 60 seconds., the position Immediately under
from the 300 yard position which The starting point for the the targets, but Is protected by
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND ,.. shooter this time Is for him to an earth embankment and con-
THE BEACHES ', :d 1/ > ,' ,:'. be standing at the firing line and crete wall
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\ .I, > ,.,. f.Jf...{ !, down range the marksman firing line and the "butts" are
k
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IBMDo! f'" :.. "hits the deck" and commences kept In constant communicationby
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pedal Paymentor Scholastically First He



EmergenciesCaptain Receives Sgt. StripesA

J.R. Mackroth. Com-
Sanding officer of NAS, has of-
tally stated that special pay- first for the Marine Avia- considered and promoted to ser-
nts may be made to civilian tion Detachment (MAD) here at geant under this policy in this
ployees ,in special cases.when NAS Jacksonville, and possibly a command."
are authorized by him. first in the Marine Corps, was Sgt, Dinesen, from Harlan,
ey awarded in Iowa enlisted In
a Meritorious Mast the'serviceSep-
will be
This special
payment by LICol John Urell. CO of MAD, tember 25, 1959, and has been a
tilted to the accured net ,
pay to Sergeant Leslie E.Dlnesen this student at AEA School since May 4 ye $ a d p ee yyd ,4 F
the employee at the time the
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past week. 8, 1964.
w r
clal is approved.
pay Sgt. Dinesen, was automatically Sgt. Dinesen has also attended
Special payments will be made advanced to the rate of Sgt. NCO Leadership School, Instructors ITCOl JOHN UREIL L. presents a certificate for odvoncement
civilian employees only in upon completion of his training Orientation Course and in rote and a letter of commendation to Sgt. Din..... in Meritorious
ses of extreme emergencies in the AviationElectrlcian'sMate the Hawk Missle Maintenance Mast ceremonies held in the MAD CO's office this past w....
fits pay will not, however, School, Class "A", by virtue of Course at Ft. Bliss, Texas. In
made for; absence overy finishing scholstically first in his all of the schools that he attended -
day, annual ]leave,attrition separators class. he has finished In the top 1(%/ CAREER SALESOPPORTUNITY
due to normal ,
of
His letter of commendation each class.
ansfer or retirement and for read in part: "Throughout the Sgt. Dinesen Is married to the
ulinquent debts of any nature. 22 week course your diligence and former Carolyn S. Mullen, of
The only persons authorized attention to duty has enabled youto El Paso, Texas. National Company Is Interested In Interviewing C.P.O. Or
j approve special payment for maintain an enviable school Officer Being Released From Active Duty This Year. Mail )
Jlvllian personnel are the in- record well above your expected 1 fne r PUNISHMENT/ OF W'GE' Selected Will Receive High Starting Income, Compresenstve -
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; responsibility of the approv- Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.
mote you under the present Ma-
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Prom uUo'" a'is > Know These Facinatini World Series Facts sBy ?


Mel Allen

HeldAtJaxNavy JUDD Man and boy, rye watched every World Series for a number of years now. This hardly: makes me
unique. Regardless of what other great sports events occur, the Series Is the big one every year. Last
Fall, for example, 27 million American homes were tuned in for just one Sunday game as the Dodgersran
off their four-game sweep of the Yankees.No .
Judo Club Y program ever had a larger audience. Nevertheless, Tm still surprised to find how few fans really
know the exciting panorama of, World Series history-the heartbreaks, the comedy' the moments of highcourage.LetmeteUyouabouta
few.
Promotional ceremonies for In the 1920 series, there was an incident in the fifth game that old-timers still talk about. It was the
the NAS Jacksonville Judo Club Dodgers against the Cleveland Indians and "Dem Bums" from Brooklyn were threatening with Otto
were held recently, in Bldg. 726, Stewart, 1st degree Black Belt, Miller on first and Pete Kilduff on second Pitcher Clarence Miller was a t bat and he drove a screaming
for the senior and junior President; A2C Clyde Harp, 3rd liner right past the ear of the pitcher -- and right Into the waiting glove of the Indian second basemanBill
members. grade Brown Belt, Vice Presi- Wambsgass.
Members of the promotional dent; and J, L. Baird ATI, 3rd Wambsgass, ;moving to his

board.consisted of:.GySgt..D. .L. grade Brown Belt, Secretary right to,snag the ball, tagged
The members promoted to second base, catching Kilduff off
4727 San Juan .J. .I Yonkyu (Green Belt) were Ensign the bag for the second out and
Phone: C, S. Boutwell and Wiley then, with strategy that wasrazorsharp
384-5852 CUnigan, both senior membersof ran down Otto Miller -
the Navy Club. ] who was almost to second,
for an un-assisted triple-play] I
INTRODUCING The junior members that were You don't see one of those every gers were nursing a 1-0 ]lead In fore Henrich got there, the Yan-
I promoted are: Christopher May- day.The the top of the ninth, with the Yan- kees would have a man on base
: ANN berry, to Yonkyu (Orange Belt); beloved Bums from Brook- kees batting. There were two outs and the issue of the ball game
Donald Cook, Paul Fisher, Kim lyn were also the victims of and Pitcher Hugh Casey had run to would still be in the balance. By
SARAMALONG Miller and Barrett Marsden to another freak play in the 1941 a full count three-and-two the time Owens got his hand on the
Gokyu (Yellow Belt). series, this time against the Yan- on Yankee "Old Reliable," Tom ball Henrich was safely on first.
HAIRPROBLEMS kees. The series was knotted up Henrich. The Dodgers were onlyone The Dodgers were demoralized
? + + + at two games apiece and the Dod- strike away from a third and the jubilant Yankees pro-
victory. Casey pitched, Henrich ceeded to pour over four runs,
ANN CAN DO IT. NEED swung and missed. Theballgame win the game and the next to
BODY? ANN GUARAN- ORANGE PARK was over -- or was It? take the series.In .
TEES TO MAKE YOUR 8 MIN. FROM NAS A circle of policeman formed the 1955 epic, the Yankees
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JACKIE WILLIAMS scrambling pinch hitter for Dodger second
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SPECIALIST IN CUTTING BILL DONNELL first. baseman Don Zlmmer. Then, he
NATURALLY CURLY HAIR 1612 ROBINETTE DR. was forced to move Junior
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Sports //M GolfPatrol I IM BowlingIn NATTC Sports 19( PromotionsContinued From:Page 1))


ShortsAn Squadron-Five gained (Standings as of October 4)) of trade theory, mathematics,
sole possession of the National the NAS Intramural Two teams from MAD are being applied science, blueprint read-

League, 2-0, In the NAS Intrarwral"Unkster" "keglers" action the Air Framesare challenged by AO Navy for Ing, shop work and engineering
currently leading the National the lead In the NATTC
action this spot drawing with regard to their
organizational for past
meeting with 21-7 record while
a
week League football championship.A .
while in the American trades.On .
Intramural Ping Pong, will be
the the Continental -
Cursors are leading
three tie for 1st
held Wednesday October 14 at League a three-way tie prevailed way place hand to assist Capt. Mack-
with 20-8
9:30 a. m. in the NAS"Gym. between Hospital A", Supply League a resulted by the games played roth were Capt. T. Washington,
record and the
Bldg. 3. and A/C Maintenance, all sport- Eagles are leadingthe lst week: Jr., Overhaul and Repair Officer -
with their
American
Ing 3-1 records. League W/L and Cdr. E. Herbert, Jr.,
-tr-tr The 16-4 record. MAD#1 2-0 Officer '
results of last weeks actionare Assistant Public Works
The results of last weeks action
MAD2 2-0
: who presented the certi-
An organizational meeting, for
are:
American AO 2-0
Navy
League ficates.
Intramural Handball will beheld
American League MAD4# 1-1 Louis LaGrande, President of
Wednesday. October 21. at 9:30a. Handicap/ Scratch;
Supply, A/C Malm 6-3 3-3 AE Navy 1-1 the Masters and Foremen Asso-
In the NAS .
m. Gym, Idg. 3. Pelicans, Thunderheads 3-1
MAD3 0-2
Admin, Hospital"A"8.1 4H-W ciation as NAS, cited Ronald
FAETU, AF679th 7V-13.3 Mad Foxes, Electrons 31CFJ" MAD5 0-2 Warren, Aircraft Instrument Mechanic -
*
A", Pan Handlers 4-0 Support Services 0-2 as the Apprentice Honor-
Notional' League Riggers, Needlers 2-2
No definite date for the Last man of the class. Warren was
start Neptunes, Cannon Cockers 3-1 Weeks Results
of Intramural Volleyball has VP-30"B", VAP-62 7-2 5-1 presented an engraved wrist
Hellions 3-1
,been set, due to some NARTU, Hospital"Bit 9-0 6-0 Chiefs Eagles, ComStore5 3-1 MAD01 over AE Navy, 12-6 watch as a sumbol of his achieve
MAD2 over Support Servlces,2-0 ment. This Honorman Award has
maintenance work and resur- Photo Lab, F ICEUR#1 4-0
MAD4 MAD360!#
over been bestowed by the Masters and
facing of the floor.
gym Ladies Physical Continental League AO Navy over MAD5, 6-0 Foremen Association to the out-

MixMasters, Flying Phantoms3-l MAD Bowling Standings standing apprentice of each class
.
The Blue Jackets Inn will openat Fitness ClassesA Avions, Supply 3-1 MAD1!# Is currently the lead- since 1955.If

noon starting Wednesday, Sparks, NARTU1 2-2 Ing contender for the NATTC you really wish to impress
October 7, for the,World Series women's physical fitness Burgermasters, Plzzan's 2-2 Bowling championship. AE"A"Is people, a PhD.degree Isn't worth
and will continue to open at class Is being held every Tues- Cursors, Paymasters 3-1 currently holding the lead half as much as being greeted by
noon for the duration of the day and Thursday morning from Spoilers, FICEUR02 4-0 position in the closely matched name and getting a little] salute

series. 9-11 at the NAS Jax Indoor pool Owl Hoots, Strikers 3-1 team standings. from the cop on the corner.

The instructor for the class Is Spartans, Cutters 4-0 _..........e............
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Mrs. Albert Friedman. The National League .

The NAS Station Golf course class has access to all partsof AF679th, Rejects 4-0 "'D '
will be closed October 10-11 until the pool on these particular I
NARTU2, Lucky T 2-2 '
participants In the 24th NAS days.Chuck Phillips,Pool Swimming Baymen AOMD 3-11 : D P.JU11VtJL A
Jax Invitational Golf Tournament ,
BB Stackers, Darters 3-1
Instructor will be hand
,
have teed off. The course should give free swimming on lessons to to Protons, Air Frames 3-1 : J COLOR !
be open for general play at about anyone who wishes to learn Army AFES, Scatter Pins 4-0 OCTOBER(

2 p. m. swimming.This Play Boys, FICEUR CPO's 3-1 SALE
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class is open to all officers -
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A Fleet area elimination touch- There are no separate classes. IM TennisIntramural Color for, grey hair and bleached hair. These .
further contact
Information
For ,
football tournament will be heldat Mrs. Friedman at 3877105. prices available every day during October. .
NAS Jax during the week of
.
Tennis action is .
October 2630. A Pretournament -

meeting will be conductedin scheduled October 12.to All start of the on Monday matches, : 1. MISS CLAIROL $ :
Bldg. 3 at 8 a. m., October 1M FoolballRetaining
be the Mustin
will played on
26 with
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will be .
tournament winner will their undefeated rec- 3:30 p. m. The courts
rep- ords, In Intramural Touchfootball reserved during scheduled Intra-
resent ComFalrJax In the LANT
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Hospital's 18-0 victory over Tuesday, October 13
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World Series year, they listened as the Yan-
kees steamed to victory over the
(Continued from Page 10))
napping Cincinnati Reds In a
base. Sandy Amoros,considereda ten-Inning thriller.In 1'I
weak fielder, was sent to leftfield the ninth Inning, an error
to replace Gilliam. by Cincinnati shortstop Bill
f In their half of the Inning, Myers let the Yankees tie up the
the Yanks got a walk and a bunt game, four-all In the tenth Inn-
single which brought up die dangerous Ing, muscular Charlie Keller
Yogi Berra. lie tore Into (they called him King Kong 'I
I one of.Johnny Padres' high fast but not to his faceD!) was on ) i UNDER
balls and sent a smashing line base and wound up on third after '
5 drive down the left field) foul Joe DIMaggio got himself tosec-
line. The runners moved confidently !
;i iI to advance while Amoros ond.On an (Infield play the ball was NEW
I iv ,v> J raced desperately after the ball. whipped to the Reds' catcher, big
: The ball was Just about to dropIn Ernie Lombardi!, to shut off the
'\ safely when Sandy made a run at the plate. With the mas-
\ desperate tinge, grabbed the ball masive Lombard, holding the GEMENT
In his gloved right hand, wheeled ball In his hand, blocking the
and fired to Pee Wee Reese who plate, Keller was a "dead duck" '
I was In short left for the relay. -only no one told) Charlie.
Reese shot the ball to first for the Under a full head of steam, -
game-saving double play.If Keller slammed into Lombardilike

: Amoros hadrft been a left- a pro fullback and ran right 0
I handed thrower.wearlng the gloveon over him. The ball squirted from
the right hand all experts Lombardi's numbed hand and the
I agreed he would never have big catcher flopped around home
caught the haUlNloeteeD plate, stunned and helpless,while
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'i at it 62 MONZA COUPE. . .. . . . . .$1595
00 Auto/transmission R&H, solid blue, WSW.

62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . .. . . . .$1995
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t fa itaiwaysisBELLAIR BONNEVILLE CONVERTIBlE. ... . . $2395
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61 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .... . . . .$1495
\ PoeLON Auto/trans., V-8, Power/steer., heater, canary yellow.

61 VOLKSWAGEN . .. . . . . .$1095
the best buy All Vinyl interior, 4 speed transmission R&H.

I 60 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN .... . .. ... .$1295
V-8, auto/trans, R&H, ivory over blue, XX Clean.

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