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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of flcial i I I expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication dyes not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.JACKSONVILLE .

VOL. 21 NO. 30 FLORIDA OCTOBER 3, 1963

Senale-House Reach Chiefs' Blue Angels, Chuling :

Compromise On Pay For Stars Feature Attractions j'


Lieutenant aA. Buscher, Of- of Defense Robert S. Studied
The 23rd of the of the Naval Air Sta-
Anniversary commissioning
flcer-ln-Charge of the Navy Fin- The old and new basic
petty officer un- tion will be marked by an Open House program on Sunday, October
ance Office, stated today that all for the Armed Forces
personnel paid by his office will on the following chart. expected to undergo 13. The gates are slatted to swing open at 12:30 p.m.

receive the new pay raise in their lihe is the old rate, as a new uniform for Highlight of the afternoon will
October 11 pay day. line is the rate first and second be an air show beginning at 2:10 Team, The "Chuting Stars", is

1963 Military Pay Act. according to Under p.m.A. expected to perform shortly after
Washington (APA Senate- less than two years In of the Navy Paul B. photo flash loop by RFBA 3:00 p.m. This highly skilled group
House compromise reached on the receive no Increase in Crusader Jet Is the first demonstration will demonstrate such maneuversas

military pay bill will give personsin The amounts shown on plans call for E-5s scheduled. This will be the double cross over,the baton

the Armed Forces with over do not include aboard six ships of the followed by a high performancetake pass, the star burst, and the double

two years of service fatter pay- sistence and quarters the Pacific Fleets to off and low pass over the field breakaway.A .

checks beginning in October. or such various special a uniform similar, ex- featuring a F8 Crusader Jet, F4B
reached to that now Phantom jet and a A5A Vigil-
Under the worn
agreement by incentive
flight ,
pay pay, special added attraction will
The first and ante jet.
the Senate-House conference com- se-
mittee, the effective pay raise dateis .pay The, etc. chart shows POs would wear the new In a change of pace, Bill Fornof be a' precision flight demonstration
by 'Bob Hoover flying the F-51
Oct. 1. At press time the ranks, but the rates duty, Inspections and will perform In his F8F Bearcat, "Mustang". He Is one of America's
pay bill awaits the presidents'sig to the equivalent ranks a WWII Navy fighter at 2:20 p.m. foremost demonstrators of split-
In their first
uniforms appearance at a
are expected
nature. Air Force
Navy, aerial
The is blues and whites and Jacksonville Open House, the Jax maneuvers.
pay raise now virtuallyin and Coast Guard as well
line with that proposed at the Coast and Geodetic might be tried ac- Navy Sport Parachute Club Para-

beginning of the year bv Secretary Public Health Service. Secretary Fay. chute Exhibition Team plans to The finale of the afternoon will
the reaction to this demonstrate various free fall and be the Navy's world famous Blue

OFFICER in uniforming the Air canopy manuvers. Angels flight demonstration team.
Par and Grade YMn of Service opinions from en- The "Flying Professor", Cap- This highly precisioned, super-
2 I 4 6 I 10 II 14. U il 20 22 26 of the different pay tain Dick Schram, will be back for sonic group will perform within

J. C. S. 77.... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .77".".'."".... .... were asked if such the second year In his Piper Cub. tapemeasure distance as they guide
4-Star. General '.'.', '.'.'. '.'.'. '.'.'. '..''. '.,'.' '.'..' '.'.'. .''.'. !'.! '.'.'. '.'.',.' .'.''..' 1 13Star should be adopted, if He Is expected to present highly their swept-wing "Tiger" Fll-A

General .'.'.' .'.'.' '.'..' '..'.' '..'.' '.'..' .'.'.' .''..' .'.''. '.'..' .'.''. .'."'..' ;1500 it would encourage cub-sonic comedy aerobatics witha jets In the tightest diamond forma

2-Star General ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ;..51350 1575 and if would it les- daredevil flair. He revives the tion ever performed In the world .,

1-Star General ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ...... 1470 1175 1175 1470 of CPOs. thrills of barnstorming aviators as just one of their many flight
1735 1235 t and air circuses of the early 1930s
Colonel ........ ::: ::: :;: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: 140 80 910 915 : 1 that it would lessen the demonstrations.
... ... ... ... ... ... ... .., *25 '4S 1000 toes of chiefs because that with an amazing exhibition of low
Lieut. Col to. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .oo ... 720 745 ill 775 .8)A altitude aerobatics
830 IS5 MS that I have worked to- grass cutting
Malor ......... ::: ;:: ::: ::: ::: ::: $50 570 410 430 430 430) ,::: in a light airplane. He has During the afternoon visitors
appeared -
,,, ,, ... .. 460 40 720 740 740, 740 .. have been privileged to
Captain" ...... : 45; 440 460 40 510 S2S 525 525 575 .... ::.. .::: I think second at dozens of major military may view static displays of the
lit Lieutenant 211 360 370 520 3W 54S 380 565 $380*$ 425 3eo 3eo 440 440... 440... 440... .::: :::: :::: should have a to work or and civilian aviation events. latest Navy aircraft In the area

,3d Lieutenant .. 375 251 314 450 465 314 47 314$ 47 314$ 47 314$ 47..$. 47..$. ...... ...... ::: .::: :::: :::: I to be able to wear this The Navy Parachute Exhibition near Hangar 116.
.. ... .
300 37$ 37$ 37$ 37$ 37S ... ... .oo ... ... .
said DN. Lawson
Captain ....... ... ... 41$ 440 460 480 510 $35 ... ... ... .... .... the NAS Supply'Depart-
.. ... .... .... .
... .
.. 450
... 580 $45 565 55 625 Cdr.
... ... ... .... .... Bowerman Becomes
1st Lieutenant ... .. 370 380 35 41$ 435 450
.. .... .
... .., ... ..
... ... 46$ 47$ 40 515 535 550
.. .... .... .
... ... .
Id Lieutenant .. ... ... 314 335 350 365 30 400
... .... .... .
... ... 37$ 400 415 430 445 44$ ... ..

W-" ............ ... ... .... WARRANT... ... ..OFFICERS. ... to. ... 516 521 541 575 CO of VA-15 TomorrowCommander
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 55 415 435 4U.. .... '
....... 441 4f 470 417 ..
W-3 .. ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: .'.' ::: :: 505. 570 540 560 .... :::: :
........... 3SS 36t 381 391 404 417 ,,
W.2 ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: 410 425 440 455 470 4S5 ..:: :::.: .:::: Robert B. Bower- ficer of the aircraft carrier USS
W.1 .......... ... ... ... 299 313 334 345 354 344 375 'oo
... .... .... man will relieve Commander
... ... ... 345 360 375 390 405 420 435 Franklin D. Roosevelt.
ENLISTED PERSONNEL ii Joseph L,. Coleman Commanding

Sergeant Milot'| ... ... ... ... ... 'oO .oO 455 400 4Ai 410 47J 470 415 430 510 440 ::.. :::: Officer of Attack Squadron 15 in
Master urgeant ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: 330 340 350 360 370 3M3E5 450 ..:: .: : J ceremonies at Jacksonville Naval

Sergt., Ut class ::..: :::. ::.: :.:.:. ::: ;.:.:. 300 335 310 350 395 325 405 360 340 415 370 1 425 350 375 350 400 :..::.:. : : : '7(11 f g Air Station on Friday, October 4. ..

Staff tergeant .. ... ... ... 235 245 255 265 275 280 290 290 .,.... ........ .. The ceremonies will take placeat
.., .. 270 280 290 305 315 32$ 330 330 Bellinger
... .... 1 with Invited and
Sergeant ....... ... IN 205 210 220 240 2<<9 1 240 1 240 240..... ... .... p.m. guests "
275 2M 2M 280Corporal
.. 265
220 230 245 high ranking officials In at-
....... 150 16C 170 180 10 10 10 ... ... ..>. ... ..: .... .... (William Atteberry,
'180 10 205 215 21...$. 21..$. 21..$. ... ... ... ... .... Admlnstratlon De- tendance.Cdr. .
PvI.. lot class 124 124 141 141 'oo .. ... ... .... .
1.5 ... ... ... .., .oo Bowerman comes to Jack-
15$ 145'
145 .. .... said "I don't think the
.. ... )
... ... ... 'oo
Tltvate ....... 101 loa ... 'OO ... .oo... ... ... .... sonville after
120 ... ... ... ... ... .oo CPOs would be lower- a tour of duty as 3 ,
120 ..
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... ...
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....... .
Recruit 110 105 oo. ... ... .., ... ... ... ... oo. OO. ... .... It would encourage more Executive Officer of Attack ,
to reenlist as It would Squadron 85 at the Naval Air

senior petty officers." Station, Oceana, Va. ,
VP-45 New FAW-11/ It Is a good idea and Cdr. Coleman, who has been ;

more men to re- In the area about 18 months, will

Another patrol squadron joined Captain L.P. Pressler, Don Bellinger, SOG2 assume command of Attack
the Fleet Air Wing Eleven mander, Fleet Air Wing ; MAA Force. Squadron 122 at the Naval Air

"family" at NAS on Monday with Captain J.R. Ward, Richard Long A03 Station, Lemore, Calif., after departing -

the arrival of a detachment Patrol Staff Officer and feels, "It would en- from Jacksonville.
Stjiadron Forty-Five from Ber Chapman who had arrived to reenlist, but I Among high ranking officers expected -
hurt the older chief to attend the ceremonies
muda. from Norfolk as the ',. ""
feel that have are Captain Arthur T. Decker,
The first aircraft, an SPSB, Detachment they
was beached shortly after 3:00 welcomed Commander D.M. be able to wear it. Chief of Staff to Commander Fleet

p.m. while three other planes arrived squadron executive officer men more Incentive Air, Jacksonville, and Captain
Cdr. R. G. BowermanF.
that evening. (Continued on Page ) ( on Page 3)) Commanding Of-

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r Violation RecordFollowing I. ,
Honorable Korth of the Navy ... .
I By The Fred Secretary '. -- I

j Let us not lose sight of the fact Ing peace, while preparing for Is a report of traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
that we are the people of a mari- violations for the period September distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
time nation. We owe the discoveryof war.The Navy is prepared for war-- 22 through September 28. Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a
this land of ours to seafarers.Its on the seas, under them and in the private firm. AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
settlement and early growth air above them. With our Marine NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

depended upon seamen and their Corps we can project our strength week (Sept 22-28)). 11 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon Qn Monday before
ships. All our wars Including that ashore on foreign soil, should that Total accidents this year through publication. News items are welcomed from all sources--
In which we obtained our statusas be the appropriate strategy. We Sept 28 . . . 209 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
a Nation, have been amphibiousin are prepared for several different Number of accidents through Sept- Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
many Important respects.Com- degrees of conflict, from that ofa ember 1962 . 196 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
merce over the ocean is vital thermonuclear holocaust, whichIs Number of days since last Injury Company, 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida --
to our economy, and to that of the most unlikely to occur, In motor vehicle accident 29 Telephone 359-4040or 359-027L
.- our allies and our potential to the cold war, in which we have
enemies well. been so long engaged. In betweenare NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS
as Seapower has 30 'OCTOBER 3 1963
been our first, and almost an the small wars,the brush fires Speeding. . .11 .VOL.21 NO.
automatically chosen weapon which continue to exact a toll in Going through stop sign. 1
whenever sudden emergencieshave American lives each week, and the Reckless driving. . .2
Driver More
appeared on our threshold.The so-called general war, just shortof Other violations. . 51 Will A
most crucial task of that utilizing nuclear weapons.It .
the United States today is the. is our considered judgmentthat Thirty-five drivers appeared Accidents As Senior Citizen?
assurance that free passage of the knowledge by a potential before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
ships on the oceans of the world enemy that we are preparing'for the meeting held on September What are a driver's chances of to keep Informed on changes In
continues unabated. We must use any eventuality, will prevent the 30. Disposition of the cases Include driving without being Involved in traffic regulations, and more im-
the sea. We must keep It free. outbreak of anything more the following: 12 lost driving an accident after he enters the old- require) fail to keep abreast of
We must be prepared to meet and disastrous than the smallalarmfires and parking privileged aboard er brackets? "Good," say motor techniques for operating
defeat the most devious meansa that continue to harrass us. station for various periods; 14 vehicle authorities if he faces up motor vehicles in today's com-
resourceful enemy can deviseto Perhaps the most dramatic example assigned to complete an eight- to the limitations Imposed upon plex traffic patterns.
exclude us from any area wherewe of the deterrent strength of hour course In remedial driving him by his advancing age and Driver license administratorsdo
have a right to be. the modern Navy Is the Fleet Instructions; 11 had suspended agrees to drive within them. This not wish to take such drastic
Too many people take for granted Ballistic Missile Weapons System- penalties; four were given warn- calls for an important decision- action as denying the older per-
the doctrine of the freedom of the --better known as POLARIS. We ings; nine were dismissed and eight whether to cease driving entirelyor son with driver ability deficienciesthe
seas. It is not a God-given right. have great confidence In this referred to commanding officersfor to curtail driving activities. privilege of driving his car
No divine authority guarantees the system, which Includes nuclear possible disciplinary action. This decision can be made only on public highways unless;
sea's continued use to us. The sea powered missile launching sub- after an objective appraisal of absolutely necessary. How well
Is free only because free men marines, with 16 missiles carriedon his current ability to handle an some older persons are able to
have chosen to make it so. It will each ship plus support faculties need our cruiser and destroyer automobile. It Is performance- live "normally" in society depends -
remain free only so long as free and personnel Since the first missile forces with their great flexibilityand not his chronological age-that determines to a large extent on being -
men have the strength and the was fired from a submerged capability of rapid movementto the older driver's fit- able to drive a car.
resolution to resist those who position In July 1960, we have potential troubled area. It ness behind the wheel
would have it otherwise.All commissioned about one-third of is esssential any that they provide air Most experienced senior driverscan Official Navy
this is so obvious that many our planned fleet of 41, and all defense, antisubmarine protection. retain their competence to
are inclined to forget It. The real but 6 of the remainder are.under drive Elbert Hugunin specialistIn Emblem Set
value of naval armament in this construction. The keels will be .and gunfire support for our the National Safety Council's
modern world must be made clearto laid for this last Increment dur- amphibious operations. And traffic operations division states,
all our people. The Navy is nota ing the present fiscal year. We finally, but by no means least of "If a driver has learned to drive The official Navy Emblem has
weapon. It is, rather a system are progressing well In our development all, we need our Navy/Marine well, has suffered no severe dis- been designated and it Is similarto
of the A3 witha Corps team, unique in history the Department of the Navy Seal
using any and all kinds of weaponsand missile abilities, and has a good driv- words
with the that the
tactical methods to the one range In excess of 2,500 miles. because of Its mobility, Its ver- ing attitude and record he shouldbe
around the outside
end of exploiting the strategic Presently we can strike targetsat satility, Its readiness, and Its expected to drive to an advanced "United States say and be
value of sea communications.We ranges of greater than 1,200 ability to engage in all formsof age. But some good drivers Navy" can
used either the the bot-
live miles with a splended of at top or
in an extremely small degree become less skillful as they advance -
world, actually. Nautical miles are accuracy and reliability warfare on land, on sea, and in years.Administrators are tom.
Additionally to resist the challenges in the air. It is force According to OPNAV Instruction
hardly a modern method of dis- a unpre- developing an Increasing Interest
tance measurement. Even flying of the future we must cedented in the history of war- In the contributions of senior 5030.11 the Emblemwas approvedfor
hours have been outmoded in many continue to maintain strong fare, for use In the interest of drivers to traffic problems use on items such as wall
especially -
balanced seapower. We need No nation plaques, stationery, coffee cups
respects. Now we are concernedover your security. today those Involved In traffic
the number of minutes a mobile Islands like our aircraft possesses the capability that Is accidents and violations after and the like. It is also designedto
missile needs to reach a target carriers ENTERPRISE and ours. It Is an area In which the years of safe driving." be reproduced on menus station
half a world away. How has this FORRESTAL, with their embarked United States is clearly superior.We Hugunin further states that It newspapers, etc.Blood .
shrinking world effected your Navy aircraft. We need submarines to must continue to exploit this Is probably reasonable to
and its mission? We are faced with search out and destroy, if neces- tremendous advantage In theyearsto that since senior drivers assume be Donors
tremendous paradox as we seekto sary, those of another power. We come. expected to have some loss In
maintain freedom and gain! last- driving ,skills and to develop Twenty-three enlisted persons
sical recently donated blood to the Naval
handicaps they also "(all
Hospital Blood Donor Center.
ColumbusSymbolOf Donating blood from AEA School
NATTU were: David B. Kester
True Determination Roy T. Potter, AN; John W.Shank,

,. Today, in the age.o.f the astronaut the orbital flight and the hydro- WOPLD. AN.AEB School NATTU Donors
gen bomb one could possibly overlook the story of the intrepid o were: Bruce W. Clarke AE1;
Italian navigator who, 471 years ago October 12, heard a look-out I IIll' Hubert C. Connolly, AE2; Eric L
call."TierraTierrar I Johnson AE3; Thomas R. Lawhon,
This now historic event--the discovery of America--happened as AE3; Ivan T. Reaves, AEL
the look-out on the Pinta spotted the island now called San Salvador. I 1nLC AOA School NATTU donors
This happy discovery came when the dauntless Christopher Colum- were: Gary A. Miller, AN; and
bus, after 59 days at sea, was almost ready to forsake his determination Clyde A. Phillips, AA.
to find land and yield to the demands of his crew that he turn AOB School NATTU donors
back and give up his dream. were: Harry E. Kelshelmer A02;
His dream was not one of conquest--except as one conquers nature-- LF Patrick S. Pesik A02; RobertV.
but was a magnificent obsession with the idea that a ship could reach Rogers, AOl; and Charles W.
the East by sailing West. Tyler, A03.Marine ,
His determination must be rated alongside Perry's at Lake Erie Air Detachment NATTi
Washington's at Valley Forge the Marine Corps' fight through the i .. donors were: PFC David J.PrlmeauandPFCRlcahrd .

Korean cold to the sea, and John Paul Jones' while engaging the British .. ,:. :.,: J. Weiss.
:; :,
ship Serapls with his Bon Homme Richard on the Atlantic Ocean.It .: from Military
...... .. .....-'- '.1 .,;. -,...., ICo .( .,;' Those donating were:
Is just this type of determination that keeps America free. ; '. -- Personnel Office NATTU
It is the same determination the U.S. Army showed at Anzio, the Jrp Mary V. Edmunds SN/nd; PeggyJ.
Air Force on the Ploestl raids the Navy at Midway and the Marine YOU CAN HELP Parker, SN.
-- Corps at Belleau Wood and Iwo Jlma. KEEP IT Donors from the US Naval Hos-

So' as we celebrate Columbus Day 1963 let us resolve with a deter- pital NAS were: Robert J. Akers,
mination as firm as that of Columbus'--that we remain to fight -- / HN; Wallace D. Horsley HM1'
if need be, for freedom. (AFPS) WEE John L. Ross, HN and Dupont v'

Smith, HMLII


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Master def eeSiVOsPors ;. .
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A master chief petty officer has supervision. Through his effortsthe

been selected as the Supply De average rate of grounded .
partment's Personality of the (AOCP) aircraft and the number of f ''' t.
Month for September. He Is D.M. items causing AOCP aircraft have !: ""{ 'S;;" -,' I 'T' ..

Lawson, AKCM of the Program been reduced.He \{ c.r.
Management Branch, Control was further praised for "his Lit. \ LL a
Division. sincere devotion jo duty, outstanding r "; ..";Lr
He'was honored and broad know- ?, 1 '
by Captain JohnD. qualifications i / M
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Sullivan, Supply Officer in ceremonies ledge of the Naval Aviation supply \ 1 a
held last Thursday. system which has resulted in Increased -
Chief Lawson was selected for effectiveness in the levelof rlf .

the honor for his outstanding per- supply support being renderedto : .
sonal efforts and leadership of Fleet Aviation Units." SUPERIOR ACCOMPUSHMENr AWARDS are presented to O&R employees by Captain R.H. Fagan,
other military personnel under his Lawson is a native of Union, OAR Officer VL( to R) Leroy D. Jones, Jr., Electrical Engineer, Jones served as project engineeron .,
i South Carolina and has been In a BUWEPS projectforthe Installation of the Automatic Data Collection sXstem. -Butler, !

.. .''.'., ..... I r the Navy since September 1954. Aircraft Mechanic (motor) Power Plant Division for his disassembly of the blower and rear sectionsof
..' / He holds several awards, among engines, an operation that normally takes 87 minutes Butler consistently completes the operation -

I which are the Navy Occupation, In 56 minutes saving 33.1/3%. John F. Onstott, Quarterman AIM, Avionics Division for his
both Europe and Asia, World Warn A.5A Training program and establishment of the "clean room". The A.5A program provides ex-

Victory, National Defense, cellent technical advice and guidance and the "clean room" project requires travel to other activIties
I \ Korean Presidential Unit Citation to attend seminars to plan the training of the supervisors who should be in charge of opera

i and the Good Conduct Medal(fourth ting the ropm. Jeroire: F. PorwollMaster MechanicAssemble Division for his Improvements In major

1K : award). production aspects of the PAR Program within ke Assembly Division. (Navy Photo)

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GROUP assigned of Naval to VS-742 Air Reservists at- New Orleans HAS Hosts -

the Naval Air Reserve Training

Unit, Jacksonville, are studying
their map before take off. Theyare Southern Antisub Operation
(L to R) Charles CokerAD1;

Markham Nathan Cohan and AD1; Lt. Jess j The New Orleans' Naval Air Station has been picked to host Naval)
Lt. Bob
; Hemlngs.
(Navy Photo) &f3r 4': ? : Air Reservists from five Naval Air Reserve activities. Under the
direction of Captain Wa Tracy, Jr., Commanding Officer of the New
When Soviet Premier Nikita Orleans' Naval Air Station, up to 350 "Weekend Warriors" will take
Khrushchev recently visited East 4 part in antisubmarine exercises in the northern section of the Gulf
Berlin, East German Communist of Mexico during the weekend of September 21-22, 1963.

boss Walter Ulbricht asked how _Na.m__n__J_ as. "RFST AMEX" _
many enemies he thought his regime # (Reserve Submarine Launched Greater Jax Fair
had in the Soviet Union. Assault Missile Exercise), the
"Oh, about 16 or 17 million, I r'L reservists will track down and attempt Opens October 23
should think, Khrushchev re- to "kill" subs.
plied. "And what about you?" Naval Air Reservists from When the Greater Jacksonville
"Oh, about the same, I should L Dallas; Memphis; Jacksonville; Agricultural and Industrial Fair
say" answered the boss of the Florida; Grosse lie, Michigan;and opens Oct. 23 for an 11-day run,
Soviet Zone--population 17 mil Washington, D.C.; will join reservists about the only thing that won't
lion.. from the Belle Chasse be new Is the name.
activity In conducting the real- There'll be a new midway, anew
si iHiEr in TIRES Post Office Urges istic war-like exercises.The location and many new features.
IIUGt aircraft utilized to locate The new features, for instance,
Two Locations To the "enemy" subs will be S2F will Include a quick draw contest
You Yule
Early Mailing Trackers from NAS New Orleans; for pint-size gunslingers, a news-
5444 Normandy BoufevarcEV
2809 Mayport Road CH 6-4825 NARTU Andrews, Washington, D. paper-throwing contest for boys 10
Washington (AFPS) Mail C.; and P2 Neptunes from Mem- through 17, a pet show (nothing
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bas been set as the latest date elusive submarine. cally), Ice sculpture and the X-15.
IN to ship regular mail packages.The .
deadline for air mail Helicopters from NAS New Orleans The new midway operator is the
NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY is Dec 10. also outfitted with submar- Blue Grass Shows. And the new
ine-detecting equipment, will sup- location is the huge Jacksonville
Packages mailed after Nov port Tracker aircraft. Coliseum.In .
20 cannot be guaranteed de- The Naval Air Reserve units years past, the fair has been
livery in time for Christmas. will team up with Naval Reserve headquartered In the Gator BowL

rn !tt! [t3[ Packages being mailed to an Training ships to carry out the This year's fair,which closes Nov.
APO or FPO may not weigh mission of "RESLAMEX". Naval 2, will use the Gator Bowl only to
more than 50 Ibs. each if gO- Reservists from the,USS Huse and house the livestock show.The livestock -
ing to England or Scotland or USS Woodson of New Orleans, will show previously has been held
more than 70 Ibs. to other train with in the
points.No their destroyers, together Jacksonville Baseball Park,
with the USS Crow of Gal- but the.fair is discontinuing use of

packages may be more veston, the USS Wren of Houston, the ball park to concentrate Its
than 100 in. in length and girth and the USS Tweedy from Pensa- attractions around the 8,000seat

.; combined. cola.The Coliseum.The .
Local destroyers and aircraftwill commercial exhibits willbe
post offices have com-
plete lists of articles which combine their knowledge, facilities displayed on the floor of the Coli-
may not be sent through the and techniques to defeat the sub- seum. If anyone tires of walking
mails and additional Instruc- marine from the U.S. fleet in the around the floor, all he will have
weight.tions on packing, size and practice sessions. to do is walk up into the seats

IN BELLAIR Another segment of"RES- surrounding the floor, rest and
I w LAMEX" will be conducted simultaneously look.Not
in the Narragansett Bay only can he get a bird's -
WE'RE SELLING QUALITYOF ri area, Rhode Island.Veterans. eye view of the floor, he also can
5 SPECIALTuesday see free shows on the stage of the
Coliseum. That's where the con-
COURSEWe May cert In color (when different keys

of an organ are struck, electronic
and Thursday Still Obtain impulses transmit the notes In
color onto a large white screen),
FAMILY NIGHT plus other of the new features will
have more to offer than any other area Buttermilk, Buckwheat and Corn Home LOins be held.
But the center of attraction will
PANCAKES FREE World War II and Korean Con- be in the center of the floor a
-BUT flict veterans whose eligibility is full-size replica of the X-15, a
Of Charge to Children Under restored for GI loans because their strange half missile, halfair-
12 When Dining with Parents homes! were plane that around
destroyed speedster
We invite to compare quality of design of or they had, zips
and of material Beverages Extra to sell and move because of com- the fringes of space. A complement
pelling reasons, have until the of Air Force technicians will
WednesdayCHICKEN maximum eligibility date in which be on hand to explain how the X-IS
; q -SO- NIGHTALL to obtain another GI loan. works.

The final date for a World War Enough about the new, there'll

Forget streetlights, schools, churches, custom styling, YOU $ 00 II veteran to obtain a GI loan Is be something old, too.
sidewalks, convenience and concentrate on quality. CAN EAT ] July 25, 1967, and that for a Korean Like the Miss Greater Jackson-
veteran Is January 31, 1975, BJ. ville Fair Queen Ccntest (last
Gannon, Officer In Charge, VA Of- year's title-holder will be on handto
fice, Jacksonville, explained. crown her successor; ), arts and
FISH NIGHTALL Eligible for restoration of GI crafts shows, fireworks shows,

Follow The Signs YOU home loan eligibility are those vet- football games, a fashion show,
99 erans whose homes are destroyed coloring contest for kids, rides,
CAN EAT by fire, storm, or other acts of cotton candy and girlie shows.

Out Blanding To Prices Good From 4 P.M. to 9 P.M. God condemnation; whose homes; or, who are must taken move by Gen. Greene to Succeed

BRING YO\JR FRIENDS! because of health or because they Gen. Shoup as CMC

payers? fred by their em- Washington (AFPS) Lt.
HENNY PENNY Gen. Wallace M. Greene has
When the veteran is forced been nominated by President
move for to Kennedy to succeed Gen. David
BELLAIRYour I ORIGINAL PANCAKEAND Gannon explained compelling reasons, M. Shoup as Commandant of
restore the the VA wUl 1 the Marine Corps.
1 veteran's eligibility for The changeover will occur
CHICKEN a new GI loan Dec
HOUSERoosevelt if the purchaser 31 when General Shoup
satisfies the four year tour ends.
existing loan
, lender by with the General Greene has been the
Best Home Buy Mall The veteran securing Is new financing Marine Corps Chief of Staff
PHONE 389-2841 the final given Until 1 since Jan 1, 1960.
eligibility delimiting date General Shoup has not announced
to obtain a new GI loan any plans for his fu
ture.r .

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r 3, 1963

Automation Is Vital r.:: ,. Lawn Mowing p i'

Industrial' ForceMan's Can,

What you ;
first Industrial you, a Florida
activities system can accept as input or
date back over 3,000 years. After produce output In the form of spokesman
manufacturing tools and weapons, punched cards or punched paper George
man developed pottery making and tape. Other equipments can use Board's accident
weaving industries. magnetic tape. With concepts of gram, warned
In American industry, auto- optical information dangerous parts
processing, it
mation has been vital force. Is the striking
Is conceived within
as capability
Its contribution to the eliminationof of by whirling
physically burdensome tasks and present technology to "People have
to the continued improvement in thousand construct times optical faster computers than today'selectronic a even killed this

productivity Electronic is computers well known.for busi- however, produces The in printed 1401, "Sometimes thing and a

ness purposes were first discussedin form at a speed of 600 lines per piece spinning" \ ;
the late 1940s and first installed minute.
in 1954. The age of the Across the
computer-----about 3,000 daysis --- The arithmetic and persons are hurt
brief indeed when measured flying objects
operations of addition, sub- '
against the 3,000 years which span straction, multiplication, division, deadly as
the of business decisions.The He gave these
comparison, and logical choice.
to help avoid
has taken important
computer an Computers can read in numbers,
in scientific fields someone else:
place store numbers, and exhibit resultsat
and in all facets of our industrial fantastic Weeds and
complex. It has been said that the truly speeds. dangerous objects
world market for before mowing.
computer ser-
Kepler, who along with Newtonwas hands
vices Is over 3 million dollarsa
the father of and blades.Do .
astronomy moving
and still growing fast. Indeed
this is the "era of the com- celestial navigation, has pro- not mow
'. foundly stated, "Just as the ear close by.
puter' is tuned to sound, just as the eye Cut sidewise
The is a means to an
computer is attuned to color, so is the mind up and down.
end, not an end in itself. It must
attuned to number and quantity. Don't use an ( )
be evaluated in the light of specific
When the mind is denied numberan where there Is
jobs and the time and available -
money quantity, It wanders lost In the always be sure
for allotment to these jobs.
darkness. Never refuel
Management finds itself in a
dilemma ---- It wants and meets can, catch fire.
facts for decision-making, yet It .J'f' ".".,.r '.
faces each day the need for restraining 111

ing. Management the cost must of fact succeed process-in T ': > ,

getting more for its data dollar.An :
important result of electronicdata
processing Is that It forcesa
new awareness of integrated n k
Y 1 4 0 Center"M Center"i
business systems. Techniques for \
paperwork management are
scrutinized in detail, and sub- Fi\\

stantial realized.fringe benefits usually are \------4 :

The modern digital computer Isa ,
device for processing and trans- b, .,
forming information. To performIts
function it has units for input,
output, arithmetic calculation,
control, and high speed storage and
retrieval of data.

The IBM loW data processing ;

of VAP-62 receives a Letter of Commendation
flebeem Commanding Officer of VAP-62 for his
Saratoga ledge, his enthusiasm, leadership and loyalty
Hargreaves Is the leading chief of VAP62. (

CenturionEnsign Gardner, PH2))

Ronald H. Marron of GET A
Attack Squadron 35 became a

"Saratoga his 100th Centurion"arrested by completing landing- MISSILE AGE !

aboard the USS Saratoga, CVA-60.
Ens. Marron piloted the AlH
"Sky raider" aboard the super- NEW CARS
carrier while operating with the Iii Lowest Prices :
U.S.iterranean.The Navy's. 6th Fleet In the Med- Highest Trade-in Allowance

fact that Ens.Marron logged .Easy Terms The Nicesest
his 100th arrested landing after J
less than one year commissioned USED CARS
service, is a tribute to the operat- I
ing readiness of Attack Squadron : .. Okayed Used Cars at Two Big
35 and the tireless "Spad", the 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 t<
workhorse of the fleet. IJ J Full One-Year Guaranteed
of Mr. and
Ens. Marron, son On Every Car Sold
Mrs. Howard Marron of 6 Loris
Road, Peabody, Mass is a 1958
graduate of Peabody High School SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE |)

Aftenthree years enlisted service
he recieved his Navy Wings of @r GORDON
Gold and his Navy Commissionat
the U.S. Naval Air Station, _
Corpus Christi, Texas, upon suc- "Jacksonville's
cessful completion of the Naval Above office open Friday evenings until 8 P. I.OCTOBER .
Aviation Cadet Program.


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OCTOBER 3,1961

20 Civilian EmployeesGet tL MOVIES

6 Movies will be shown regularly .
at 7 P.IXU on Monday
through \
Suggestion ChecksTwenty r yr Saturday; at 2 p.m. and 7pm '1

on Saturday; and Sunday, at the
Malnslde and NATTU Theaters and ,-

civilian employees were presented with benefical suggestion at 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the
awards for the month. The checks, totaling $1415, went to four Hospital Theater. These times are
departments: Overhaul and Repair, Public Works, Supply and Security w subject to change.

Department.The largest award $505, went to Thursday, October 3

Charles P. Barnett and David E. weighs; therefore, saving the Malnslde Night Tide
Kemp of O&R for aircraft Ignition government transportation cost : 1 NATTUnlt Police Nurse
harness flexible conduit; repair shipped under these contracts. Hospital Gun Hawk
of, a simple, economical method Other cash awards winners were 1 ; I
of salvaging serviceable nuts from $60-Donald T. Rohweller and Douglas Friday, October 4

.. unserviceable aircraft nc flexible R. Riles, O&R; Walter E. -J .Malnslde Shoot Out at Big Sag
ignition conduit and using themto Riviere, Jr., O&R. $15; $25-L. : ..NATTUnlt Night Tide
replace defective nuts on ser- Thomas Gurr, O&R;; $25-Willlam Hospital Police Nurse
viceable conduit assemblies. Vogel, O4R; $35Homer J.
Proper alignment Is assured by a Eldridge, O&R; $25-Thomas W; Saturday, October 5
jig In which the units are held Dodson, O&R; $115-George BENNY SUGGS AWARD Captain R. H. Fagan, O&R Officer pre- Malnslde Mystery Submarine
while the nut ferrule is silver Kasnlas and Clyde C. Murphy, sents Charles P. Barnett (L) and David E. Kemp, (R) of the O&R NATTUnlt Shoat Out at Big Sag

soldered to the conduit ferrule. Jr. O&R; $15-Vasco L. Brock, Department their checks for a simple, economical method of sal- Hospital Night Tide
The second largest check for O&R; $25-John W. Price, O&R; vaging serviceable nuts from unserviceable aircraft engine flex
$300 went to T.M. Higglnbotham, $15-Alton B. Combs, O&R; $45- ible Ignition conduit and using them to replace defective nuts on Sunday, October 6
Jr. of the Supply Department for Nathan P. Cohan. O&R; $35Bennett serviceable conduit assemblies. Proper alignment is assured bya Malnslde Thirteen West Street
his suggestion of household goods L. Carrol, O&R; $15-Thomas jig In which the units are held while the nut ferrule is silver NATTUnlt Mystery Submarine
packing and crating contracts with L. McLeod, O&R; $15-Frldolln F. soldered the conduit ferrule. (Navy Photo) Hospital Shoot Out at Big Sag
the use of Trl-wall containers.All Mueller, Security; $15-Truby R.
household goods could be shipped Parmenter, Public Works Dept; Monday, October 7

In Trl-wall containers Instead of $40-William E. Logan, Public Hiring Of HandicappedPersons Malnslde Feudin' Fools
wooden boxes. The Trt-wall containers Works Dept; $75-Dana W. Bonnett, NATTUnlt Thirteen West Street
weighs only a fraction of O&R and lS-Edwln F. Hubbard, Hospital Mystery Submarine
the amount which a wooden box O&R. CSC
A Urged By Tuesday, October 8
Fede'raf employers In this area citizen services. Their jobs Include Malnslde Gidget Goes to Rome

were urged today to give serious all known professions and oc- .NAT1Un1t Feudln' Fools
consideration to hiring handicapped cupations." Hospital Thirteen West Street

citizens who possess needed Smith linked the Government's Wednesday October 9
when vacancies ,
skills occur.
policy with regard to hiring the
The made HammondB. Malnslde California
plea was by
handicapped to Its general policy
Smith, Director of the Atlanta NATTUnlt Gidget Goes to Rome
Why We Are Different of extending equal employment opportunity -
Region of the U.S. Civil Service to all citizens.He Hospital, Feudin' Fools
Commission which Includes the
quoted: the Chairman of the
states of Alabama, Florida,
U.S. Civil Service Commission,
Mississippi, North Caro-
Georgia John W. Macy, Jr., as saying:
lina, South Carolina, Tennessee, JINGO Class
"For of
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. many years
opportunity was more passive than
Smith also urged Federalmana-

J. Pine Furniture Only, priced below all stores. gers to cooperate and employees wlthGovernore In this' Committees area- of active citizens with respect-- minority to some groups groups of Starts Oct.12

2. We deliver and place the furniture in your civic organizations, and certain kinds, older workers, and

borne without added cost. private citizens In the observanceof the physically handicapped, among At HospitalA
National the others.
, .. 3. We ship anywhere in the nation. Handicapped Employ Week during Physically the "Within the last few years,

4. Cash or terms through GECC. period of October 6-12. however, a highly significant JANGO class is starting October -
"The success which Federal change In attitude has taken placeIn 12 at the Naval HospitalThe
employers have met In hiring some the Federal civil service--a girls must be daughters of

OPEN 9 AM TO 8 PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 200,000 handicapped citizens' change from allowing equal oppor. officers (active or retired) and
during the past two decades tunity to It. of Any
givesus at least 14 years age.
SATURDAY 9 AM TIL 6 PM unitive
a compelling reason to support "Today, leader-, girls interested In joining can
this program," Smith said. ship and direction from President contact Mrs. Thorn at Ext. 8156.
He reported that 19 of every Kennedy, we are taking strong and
1.000 persons hired by the Federal specific measures to wipe out the
III Government last year either were last traces of discrimination."
FURNITUREFURNITURE physically handicapped or had been
restored to health after
tt4l 'xw< ':$.t.:*: suffering I
mental illness.
"These employees are demon-

CARPETING ACCESSORIES strating ability -. disability"
he said. "They are contributing
to such national
3479 St. AwgwttiM ROM! Dial 359-72M programs as space 1r ;
science, agricultural .research,
law enforcement, and numerous

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the Friendly.!Folks: at
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/ lDIUIIII to Ralph N. Calder, AT2 of NAR1U, by Capt.!, C. G. Strum, HAT-
near.Park Street
TU CO Calder, one of four NARTU men to receive thetfARTU

384-7541 this lear, graduated first out of a class of 14. Others

.;..,_ .. 'I., M...rx.r I Die TCiV, Nance, AN, W' D' Crawford, SN, and M. J. Marshall,

,. ;,' ,. ADJ3. The leadership school consists of two weeks of f military
< r l':1171. 'r., r. t ; and moral learning for and i is
enlisted men of the same pay grade
.. conducted by HA TTU. The school receives Its students from all l
units. of HAS :Jax, Mayport, and Cecil Field, (Navy Photo)


r OCTOBER 3, 1963 j.

/ 1% Tickets Now On 1 f fi

I .

r Sale For My

If Three Angels'"My
} i

Three Angels", a three act
comedy mystery will come alive
October 11-12 at the King Hall
Theater In NATTlPs area. Curtain
time Is slatted for 8 p.m.
Tickets for the play are now on
sale for 50 cents per person at
iL'j the NAS, NATTU and Hospital
Special Services offices.Proceedsare
to go to the Navy Relief.
jv Written by Sam and Belle Spe- ; ; / '
wack, the Windjammer Players' 5JyA'1
version of the play Is directed by
Lyonel Margolies assisted by
Nancy Arthur. Leading roles are
9 played by Jim Borland of the
Hospital, Bernie Buscher of Navy Vt;
Finance Office, Father Murray of ;
"ANGELS" GIVE FRIGHT in up coming Windjammer| production NATTU and Jean Aust, a dependent. j jHOME

starring (L to R) Jim Borland, Father Murray, Bernie Buscher and .

Jean Aust. Play opens Oct. 11, 8 p.m in King Hall. (Navy Photo PO Wives ARTS The Jacksonville Officers Wives Club's first ali
by Ron Gardner, PH2)) around activities to convene was the Home Arts basic sewing
Plan ClubAll group (L to R) Mrs. K. C. Chiturus and Mrs. K. B. Colston model
some of the materials they will use in their sewing group. (Navy
wives of the First and Second -
Dancers NeededFor CPO Wive Class Petty Officers; (active Photo by Jim Barker, PHAN) __________

Ballet Co.Are Elect Officers Jacksonville duty and retired, are) stationed Invited to at NAS join the ONE place to

the First and Second Class Ladies
you Interested In taking part The CPO Wives Club held their Auxiliary ##1 of Jacksonville.A call for
In civic affairs? Do you wantto Installation ceremonies and dinner meeting will- be held on the
be one of the first membersof In the ballroom of the CPO Club second Monday of each month at
a new Ballet Company? If last Saturday. '8:00 p.m. at building 601. First
so, dancers are needed to take and Second Class Club. If you are
part In the "Ballet of the Enchanted Special guests for the occassion Interested In joining or wish to
Dolls" one of the first pre- were Chaplain and Mrs. W.B. obtain further Information( please imoneyPhone
sentations to be staged from the Feagins and Bill Bane who Is pre- call Mrs. Edith Maul, EV99994.The .
Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea
"Petite Ballet Company". Club. next meeting will be held on
sident of the CPO
son furloughs, bills, -name-it! And get
Audition In October at the Wes- October 14 to elect officers and expenses you
connett Civic Center on 105th Su Mrs. Fee Cancer Vas reelected board members. Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
Wesconnett. as president for her second Cash Loan. Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any
Dancers ranging from 8 thru 16 term. Other officers were:Eleanor where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!

years of age will be eligible to Gill, vice president; Marge Tne,. Club
audition. A professional Ballet Rusher, Secretary; Doris Siebert, BENEFICIAL
Dancer and teacher from the Municipal PO'iAll ,
Opera Ballet Company will treasurer; Polly Lawrence, parli- ly I FINANCE SYSTEM

screen the dancers and they will amentarian and: Neva Hackelton, service dependents or Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note

be required to execute steps and chaplain. Board members were: between the ages of 13-17 JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville'
combinations. This can be one Connie Garzo, VI Mitchelland guests Invited to meet Saturday after- 311 West Bay St.. Mayflower Hotel. ELAn 3.4473
of Jacksonville's greatest Ballet are .5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). ,(V 4-4595
Doris Sisco.Bernadette 601 second deck
groups. So be on the look out for noons at Building 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). ,PO 5.2623
the date to be announced for aud- of the NAS Acey Duecy Club from ARLINGTON- Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
itions. If other InformationIs Sternberg acted as 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. for a Town & Country Shopping Center. .<. . .RA 4.7910
any Forrestat master of ceremonies for the weekly Teen Club. 60. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
needed contact Jeanne Clothing apparel for girls Is 3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plata, ; .EX 8.1515
SP-15464 or EV-43055. evening. The CPO Wives meet
slacks, dresses and grasshoppersand
the first Monday of each monthat and dress
boys dungarees
Sign at a railroad crossing. The
average time It takes a train to the CPO Club. All wives of pants. Although for the special

pass this crossing Is 14seconds E-7s, E-8s and E-9s are Invitedto will occasions be worn.regular For school further clothing Infor- Ort whether your car Is on It or not.-- attend. I
mation contact Mrs. Maul at
_Machinist _..__ ____ _----" __k_-'J!_ EV99994.See .
g x StoAt 0c:3
r ,vt=t,

a pin an pick It up
-: TI PL 43 : : And luck Is sure to find you. REG. $2.98 VALUE
Unless, of course, a 10-ton truckIs
coming close behind you.



1 ; % P includes blouse with half- OR

i ; (j sleeves and mid-wale $

Ii INTERNATIONALFOODS corduroy capri pants. 1 FOR 5

Jacksonville now has a Sizes 10-18.
-4 complete gourmet shop
n l specializing In the finest SAVE $1.21
fancy and Imported foods

Lr eeon&h1U Aa1ttbito .

SECOND TERMMrs.. Fee Cancer (R) who was re-elected presi- bc Our toyAWoy
dent of the CPO Wives Club accepts the gavel from Bernadette 3566 ST. JOHNS AVE. Plan. NoExtr G. C. Murphy Co. 4423 RoB
Sternberg (L) who acted as M. C. for the installation of officerson Charge i R
Saturday evening. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))


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Notes I i Doin's Club

Thursday, October 3 Thursday, October 3 Thursday, October 3

Open Dance Contest and Dance feaOpen Night Ad should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive,
turing Phil Cay and Chantels Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later thon Tuesday for publh/
cotton the following Thursday. Ads arriving too ,late for this deadline
Friday, October 4 8:00 p.m.12:04 a.m. Friday, October 4 will be published the following week unless the publisher./ I.
Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
Johnny Arnold Friday, October 4 Marc Castle 8:30 p.m. 12:30 the od must be rem Ived/ WITH the copy for the ad.
March Wilson and the Red Coats a.m.
9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
Saturday, October 5 Saturday, October 5 Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
Saturday, October 5
Danny High Night Shades 8:30p.m.12:30 a.m.
Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
Sunday, October 6 9:00 p.m.1:00 a.m. Sunday, October 6 HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT -
FOR RENT Venetia Terrace ,
Mach "4" Sunday, October 6 Tom Hill Combo 8:30 p.m. 11:30p.m. lovely 3 BR, large kit stove & 4t>' x 8', 2 Bed Room wauto-
sher- 1117 Blair
Monday, October 7 The Cavaliers 8:00 p.m.12:00 ref, fenced yd 580mo.EV4.7292.mall- HOW

a.m. Monday, October 7
Monday, October 7 Auditioning Night SINGER SLANT NEEDLE
Tuesday, October 8 Dining and Dancing Venetla-Orange Park-Wesconnett CONSOLE MODEL
perfect condition, looks like new,
Tuesday, October 8
Hula Ballet
Tap, Jazz.EV4-3055
Open Tuesday, October 8 or SP1-0712. zig zags, makes buttonholes, decorative -
Open Night stitches, original price
Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 9 over $200 take up payments
Wednesday, October 9 Wednesday, October 9 FOR SALE Two story home $8.25 monthly or pay off balance
Country and Western Night with Game 3 bdrm 2 b, Ige kit sep. din. of $72.44. Phone 3531946rm.
Night 8:00Masonic Hour
the Happy 4:00 6:00
Country Drifters p.m. p.m.
., 2 car gar, patio, fenced yd, or 246-2282.
19 trees. 5005 Romllly Dr. E. A-1 SEWING MACHINE
771-b54O. EXCHANGE. INC.
Lodge: '0' Club .

Plans Barbecue ,
Take your car with you?
Thursday, October 3
For Financing dnd Insurance VPjBti. I
stateside and overseas, call Happy hour 3OOp.m. Dinner 6:00-
A barbeque dinner will beheld 9:00: p.m. '
DYER M. BURR, representing on Saturday, October 5 from 11:00
a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Wescon- Friday, October 4 .
nett Masonic Lodge, 5917 Timu Dine and dance
FINANCE CORP. and 6 p.m. 'til 12 p.m.
quana with Tom Hill's Combo
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE The event !is sponsored by the
INS. CO. O.E.S. Rainbow girls andDeMolay Saturday, October 5

563PT1m1105n1Road. boys. Dine:6p.m.-9:30p.m.featuring:
Capples Combo

Sunday, October 6

VeICL t alnn buffet Prime ribs ,"\ \
leautj l:' Family ship round;and Fried Chicken,Steam l: \'

with all the trimmings. 6 p.m.- /
NEXT TO N.A.S. JAX 9 p.m. )

STOP in end talk to us about our budget hair car.plan r r/ 1 '" ,

I Tailored to your needs. SHAMPOO and Monday, October 7 ',' .. __ __-- -_ _......

FIRST. ARRIVAL Cdr. D. M. Hume, (center) VP-45s Executive
Happy hour 3:30 6
each week p.m.
SET plus permanents as often as needed
Dinner 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Officer from Burmuda is welcomed aboard by Cdr. J. H. Chapman,
(L) Jax Detachment Officer-in-Charge who* arrived earlier 'front

CHECK ON OUR SPECIAL Tuesday, October 8 Norfolk and Captain L. P. Pressler, (Far right) Comnrander Fleet

THROUGH Air, Wing Eleven. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
OCTOBER! Foreign dish night dishes of EMs and two officers make up the

France 6 p.m. 9 p.m. VP-45 original Jax detachment.

$1500| | PER MONTH It Is expected that the entire
and up TJ (Continued From Page 1)) will
Wednesday, October 9 first squadron complete the move
crew. to Jacksonville by January 1, 1964.
6481 Roosevelt I Blvd. %' Happy hour 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m. D.T. Corn, AK3 was the Intlal During this same time the SP-5B
Family night Fried Chicken enlisted man to arrive and he later aircraft will be
phased out and replaced -
384-1522 6p.m.9p.m.All was joined by 13 others. The 14 with the PSA Orion.

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Salesmen U.S.N. Retired r w r

Before you buy any new or used car __

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More than 100 car Inventory to choose from _

Financing arranged for you ;

DELEGATES for the National} | Navy Wives Convention at Great
. Lakes, Illinois are prepared for their trip. The wives will depart
PHONE 384-5575 by train 7:45
will be at a.m.! Friday:, October 4, for the convention whichI'
held October 5.12. (L to R) Mrs. Stanley Cottrlllchaplaln
- Mrs Thomas J. ;
Bennett, public relations; Mrs. W. W. Wagner
6435 Roosevelt Boulevard treasurer and Mrs, Henry J. Wernet
--- 10, Florida Ron Gardner, PH2)) president. (Navy Photo by




3, 1963


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Six Jax Navy Judomen gained but did nor recieve a trophy. 1',. ,t,
honors here last weekend as they There were 14 teams represented Ii! .,
recleved acclaim in the first annual in the tournament, a total of MAS-CECE FIELDand 'i
Jacksonville Invitational Judo 57 adult contestants.The .. I J
Tournament held at the NAS Gym- overall winner of the two- the
: STSIDEOtJ. : nasium. day event in the adult divisionwas ,w YOUR
Three of the victors were from Walter Snyder of FSU Tal- MDPIm
the Junior division with the other lahassee. The first degree black rd AREA
I NLDUVAL three representing the adult belt winner survived a five-match MOBILE HOME
division. round robin by winners of the var- j.aIs\
SDnI'NG' For the juniors White BeltC.C. ious weight classes competing *, .:
EST Jones, son of Willie Jones who against one another. FROM #v
wears the Black Belt, battled his The other top winners In their (\
WITH COUNTY' way through the 6-7 year old con- weight classes were: Charles Lip- M01TH FtOIIBA'SO "t /'
COMPLETE testents to capture first place sey, a Brown Belt from Jacksonville 1
t' CONVENIENT honors while teammate Michael 150 lb. and under. Llpsey LA1GEST \ 1\ -s-'J
COMMERCIAL MODERN Jones, also a White Belt, placed defeated Willie Jones in the first
BANKING third. match of the overall championshipevent -
SERVICES and was the last contenderto MOBILE HOME "t\.\\ \ ;
!fh The third junior division award fall at the hands of Snyder,
HOUAfe was taken by Pat Sullivan, Blue who weighted In at 195 lb. Wal- DEALER !
:)0 A.4O PMAMI Belt, who placed second in the 16 lace Reese of the McCoy AFB 3
PM All D.,.., first in the 165 lb. class,
year old matches. All together placed ***. Ttod Anything from
there were over 120 participantsin and James O'Neill from the Florida Blllygoott to Boff/eshlpt"
the junior division. School of Judo, Tampa,won the unlimited -
weight class. \T m IK II I ICTOBER
Willie Jones and White Belt Clif- Presenting the junior division ,
fton Albritton shared adult .first trophies to the winners was i I
,uiouiir place honors In the tourneyJones Lieutenant Commander J.M. Far- 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV .
: NAC.D 771-6161 winning the 135 Ib. and under well representing the NAS Com 4-5584 .
division and Albritton winning the manding Officer. Jax Navy Judo 2200 CH Mayport 6-5222 R. c'
180 Ib. and under match. Clyde Club President D.L. Stewart presented -, 42 PhrlliEX OS Hwy
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Two gridiron clashes managedto DUG UP y ,. .'. ..f1". 11 k1 4rfkYpt ,."....;f...) '.".ff 1.r o j'; ,'r.

be squeezed between downpours Mike Hollack of ComFairJaxled 1f.I'-.: ', ; t r rft 'rr ;!,if!,.If;;t';.;'!,fr.4j .,.
t HOUSING of that northeaster which passedover a field of 60 llnksters last weekend ; """,):1 ,
NAS Jax last week with to win the annual Fall Cup .tttUl }'
VA-45 downing C!R 36 to 0 and Tournament held at the NAS Golf tv l.I + sita >. .It.,
PROBLEMS? Communications shutting out Course. Sporting a six handicap ?Y a sl' 'wtit 1

VA-15.6-o. he fired a 76 and a 78 for a .,, w "+ l t'MrDl : "I, '
winning net score of 142. '0 '
That mammoth six touchdown! Placing second over the rain-
victory inflicted by the Blackbirdsof drenched course was T.A. Wilkinson :
DISCOUNTS TO VA-45 was spearheaded by C. of NAMTG who, with a seven
1 E. Clausen who crossed over Into handicap, chalked up rounds of 78
pay dirt during three trips. The and 81 for a low net tally of 145.
remaining score was Supplementedby Tournament chairman Frank '.af
single TDs by Tommy Ross, Miller and NAS Golf Pro Joe r.
Vic Turosky and Bill Tucker. MacDonald made the honors pre- .
The only other score of the '

week was tallied by Terry Hayesof Next on the golfing calendar Is
the Communications squad the Pro-Am tournament here Oct-
during their mud-splashing con- ober 11, followed the next two days 963 Fall Cup
test against VA-15. with the Jacksonville InvitationalThe Winner Hollack and Runnerup Wilkinson
course will be closed the 12th (Navy PhotoVolleyball)
These two contests were hetf
and 13th until about 2
up p.m. I
on Tuesday of last week
781-3633 among each day to enable all contest-
a rainfall count of 3.42 Inches
ants to clear the field before
for the entire week, thus can- Entries
is resumed.
celling all other games. regular play

Carroll's sport shop inc Links Cooled Off Due By TomorrowRoster

entries for Fall IM It is planned added the Director -
Complete line of Sporting equipment Sorry. No results are available Volleyball must reach the Ath- for the volleyball matchesto
for intramural all links
I FOOTBALL. golf letic Office no later than tomorrow be conducted as they were last
HUNTING. FISHING. matches were rained out last week.
I Oct. 4, at secure time, says year..the first match at 11 a.m.,
tft r- BASKETBALL..BASEBALL. GOLF. 1, Athletic Director Frank Mc- and the second beginning at 12
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-:;;: f ] "Kroydon.. Spalding & Wilson Golf Bqu; "What would go best with yellow This requirement is necessary are mustered than last year, the
: ZEDS green and purple socks?" according to McCaffrey, in orderto schedule will be written not to
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Season's AT.rU's Underway Football I Legionnaires Of The Striped Shirt j'

By D. W. Warren, J03 Play Important Vital Sports Role. j

Sept. 16 was kickoff date for AOB forfeited to MAD #2 and AE ,.. -, i
intramural touch football at "Gold" forfeited to MAD ##4. familiarize the experienced officials
"Foul I Off Sidesl I You're Outl" 64 season will start at 7 p.m.,
NATTU, and In the three games Several other scheduled games These familiar exclamations are In the Athletic Director's officeIn with newly adapted rulings. j

played through Friday, Sept. 27, were postponed because of wea- voiced by a unique corps within Bldg. 3. The doors are opento Yes, the NAS intramural officials

good defensive football stole the ther.It. the relm of the sporting world, anyone Interested in becominga realize some monetary
show. is too early to predict winners.No by men who play a vital role often Legionnaire of the Striped Shirt. value for their efforts $5 for,
MAD #3 and AE "Blue" squaredoff team has seen enough actionto given less than a second thought. The hour-long training sessionsare experienced men and $3.50 for

Monday, Sept. 16, to open the tell much about them, but i If They are the unsung heroes of the usually held two nights a week, inexperienced. But, after a couple
season, and MAD #3 got of to a the first results mean anything, world of sports, the officials. becoming more frequent as the hours of chasing up and down a
good start by taking the game, It should be an Interesting season Clad In their zebra-printshirts, season's beginning nears. Theyare gridiron or up and down a hard

60.'aiarsday. and a fight right down to the wireIs these men of decision have often designed not only to teach to court or hearing on the softball
Sept. 19,Support Ser- expected. been accused of being cold, un- new officials applicants the basic diamond how desperately they are
vices scored early In the game, bending, almost mechanical rather details of officiating but to also in need of eye glasses, they earnit.
then held off MAD #5 to win, standings: than human. Perhaps this outward, ..,"

the score again, 6-0. Team W L GB Pet. visible, cold nature Is apparent

In the closest game of the young only because of their attentiveness -
season, MAD #3 took an overtimewin MAD #3 2 O. 1.000 to what's going on. Or, It
from MAD #4 Sept. 24,1-0. Support Services 1 0 Y 1.000 could be that In the process of

Touch football rules provide thatin MAD 112 1 0 rl 1.000MAD witnessing what's going on,they're
event of a tie, each team Is #4 1 1 1 500 busily sifting their mental files
permitted four additional downs. AE "Blue" 0 1 1 lYa .000 for rules governing violations con-

The team advancing the ball far- AE Gold" 0 1 1i} .000 stantly being committed by sports-

thest receives one point.In MAD II 5 0 1 1i} .000

two other games scheduled, AO-B 0 1 H1 .000 men.Memorizing such rules Is a demanding -

task, especially for the
part time official But the chore Is

Adm. Trophy eased considerably here, at NAS
IM Jax because of the availability of Tnn t i, wnrtc, !, tu, w lust, ,
Victor StillUnknown officials Clinics. .8
There are three of these clinics, divid.nd ;

or schools, conducted by the CQIL dd?
Athletic Office. They are for touch
Four sports In a field of nine IM Bowling drop outs, the football, softball and basketball. JAX NAVJ( 1 V 1AL '
be beforethe Twisters of the American Leagueand with
still remain to played Beginning an organizational
championship unit, within the the Clutchers of the Contin- meeting on Monday, October 7, ('1? VIT UNIoN

relm of Commander Fleet Air ental League, narrows the field the basketball clinic for the 1963-

Jacksonville and FleetAlrDetach- of 'kegler contestants to 46 teams. ,.. '
ment Jacksonville, Is named to but the remaining squads are still .- -

receive the Admiral's Trophy.This going strong. .r_ c+ t
of the American C' _
Is the first[ year the Ad- The Colts
retained their lead witha
miral's Trophy Is to be awarded. League
19-5 record, while In the Con-
Those sports till In contentionare
touch football, volleyball, and tinental League the VA-45 Black-
birds also with a 19-5 record,
the second halves of golf and bowl-
took over the lead from the Cursorsof
Ing. In the National
Leading so far within the Operations.
League the Owl Hoots remainedon M Afl
established point awarding systemIs
the Valions
top by shutting
ComFalrJax Staff with 2,800

points. However, VFP-62, running 40.The results oflastweek'sgamesare ,

second with only 1,900 points,could ::
easily win the coveted award. The : 1 \
squadron Is the only participating AMERICAN LEAGUE I COMING ,
command which has entered eachof -
679th 2, Thunderbirds 2;Colts*;
the preceeding five events.ThisIs Needlers 3, Cutters 1; Seabees 0, OCTOBER 17
significant Is that a ruling states
Sparks 4; Griffins 3, Riggers 1; o
that any team which enters all nine Confldentlals 3, Trainers 1; Mar- 18 AND 19...
events, thus having 100 percent
Falcons 2
lins 2, ;
participation toward theAdmlral's US No. 1 South at Emerson Road
Jax "B" 1, Sky Warriors #1 3;
Trophy, will be awarded a bonusof :_ eu j
1,000 points at the end of the CONTINENTAL LEAGUE

year. ComFairJax Staff did not Avions* Sky Warriors#2 0,NARTU
have a basketball squad. ; GREAT ALL-NEW 1964 1 1I 1t
Third #1 1; Mix Master ; ,
place 1,800 points
Spoilers 4, BB Stackers 0; Com-
presently shared by VP-30 and FairJax "A" 3, Cursors 1; Pay-

VA-44. Remaining contending masters 0, Blackbirds 4; Chiefs
commands and their standings: AUTO SHOW
0 Molar Rol-
4, Com Store Five ;
1,600 points VF-174 1,550 -
; I
lers 1, Plzzan's 3; /
and VAP-62; 1,350 VP-7; I .
1,200 VP-18; 1,100 FAW-11; NATIONAL LEAGUE
900 HatWing-1; 600 VA-15; 1 I See all of 1964's greatest automobiles in one convenient
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400 VA-12 and CAG-1; 200 Bandits 4, Bomb 3,Play Scorers Boys 0;; VU-10 1, I locationl-right! under the beautiful covered mall at Philips t ,

VF-62 and CAG-4. Electrons 3;Pan Handlers 1, Lucky Hi way Plaza! Shop, compare, choose from dozens of the

Each team entered in an event 7 3; NARTU #2 3, Marines 1; Re- finest American and Foreign models! It's absolutely free! "

winners receives receive 200 points. First place- jects 1, Pin Holders 3; Owl Hoots II F>; It's Jacksonville's first and only complete automobile show! #
1,000 points; second 4, Valions 0; Rookies 2, Eagles (
place 750 third place 500; _. '
; cancelled because b-
as mention above, 1,000 pointsfor of dropouts. _
100 percent participationA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS :
list of the winners of the five
events so far played shows Com. I !'::;::' SOUTHS IDE FORDMERCEDESBENZ e PLATT PONTIAC

FairJax Staff placing first In both Administration official INC. POWELL PLYMOUTH 't1; f t.
tennis Veterans
and the first half of golf. ,
VA-44 won the first half of bowlIng Tim Larkin tells this one: He i! : SOUTHSIDE RAMBLER RAYS SAAB SALES Jf.'''' h.
highway ..
while VP-30 walked with was driving along some '
away -4 i
the softball tournament and VP-18 when he came to a woman I
carried basketball was out of her car and looking
home the
laurels. helplessly at a tire which was -

A spokesman for the tournament flat. Larkin stopped and offered to

rules committee said that a Com- help. She agreed readily, kind and Miss :
asked "What
FairJax/ComFalrDetJax Sports Larkin says he :

Banquet is expected to be held of Jack do you have?" I .
thought for a moment _
sometime Is late December or The woman "
"Would $5 be enough?
early January for the awarding of and said <'wxx
the MacLean, Scrips j-
Admiral's Trophy. Exact time Don .. .
and place will be announced later. Newspapers.


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I"ii I Shore Based Duck LidiesGolf

Webs In On Shan NoticeThe
Jax Ladies Golf Associationheld
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A perfect forced landing (so it in-Charge, Lieutenant Harold Its third day's play on Thursday -
-I was reported) of an extraordinarytype Barnes, fed on eggs, apples and Sept. 19, with Mrs. D. Cram
.was recently executed on crackers during his convalescencein being declared the winner by firinga
board the attack aircraft carrier the detachment's line-shack. short nine-hole low net 40-13-2T.
USS Shangri La (CVA-38)) during A shore based flier by'nature, Running a close second was Mrs.G. .
by f FIB FI operations off the Florida coast. "Barney" departed the "Shang"upon Russetta with her low net score
its return to Mayport. of 36828Mrs.. Russetta shot
her best score in her three year's
After having circled the flattop golf by firing a low gross of 84.
1 several times at low altitude, Gym To Open Soon
a blue winged duck made a regu- POOF'SSPOOFS.YOU
lation approach on the angled deck
The final coat of varnish is expected -
r6y and touched down Just forwardof
a to be completed today,which
t *b a. the number two arresting wire.A might make for the opening of.the CArtY FOOL ALL1VI0P00PLEALLTH0
A+ brief examination by the flight Oct. '
NAS Gym by next Monday
w surgeon's office showed the cause 7. That is if ample staff personnel lME--5QMf: OF'MEMAREFoouNGYOU.
of the force landing to be a bruised can be made available by .
left wing and exhaustion due to Special Services for maintence
: ,- turbulent winds of 40 knots.
and of the
p6"LL upkeep area. .
The refacing work was done by J :
the Public Works Department.The
Maintenance men and plane overhead was painted, decks sand-
handlers from Detachment 38 of ed, with three coats of fresh K .\

Heavy Photographic Squadron Six- varnish, along with the bulkheads 4 ,,/I'
ty-Two retrieved the bird and and bleachers being reworked. AU \ }
sponsored the web footed aviator /tJ
in all the should be in
gym top .
FOOTED AVIATOR makes forced landing the attack aboard i /.
WEB on
a ship. "Barney", named shape for the upcoming series of ao.
carrier USSShangri-La, (CVA-38)) and Is comforted by Jack V. Cur- after the detachment's Officer- events and recreation. :--. -.. ... {F
tit, ADJAN of VFP-62, Det. 38. (Navy Photo by T. J. Souflas,

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