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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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October 10, 1962


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!PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWSEditorial OCTOBER 10, 1963

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is a report of traffic The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Earned IncreaseNow violations for the period September
Pay 29 through October 5. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
that an increase In military pay Is a fact perhaps the time has 29-- NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
come to remind ourselves that the additional Income was voted to week (period September
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon en Monday before
October 5).5
the Government because It we'd earned It. )
us by thought accidents this through publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources--
And how did It? Total year
we earn
Perhaps through the countless hours In a cold dank foxhole In October 5.......................214 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext.solicited 8162. the publisher and
Number of accidents through Advertisements are by queries

Italy. ... .........210 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
The and down the peninsula that Is October 1962....... .
many soggy weary steps up Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --
,,__ Korea.
The seven day round the clock watch In the many shore stations Number of days since last injuryIn Telephone 359-4040or 359.0271VOL2

during the days of crisis. motor vehicle accident.......36
The grim aftermath of Pacific Island hopping where we bade fare- 1 NO. 31 1 OCTOBER 10, 1963
well to comrades that never came home. NUMBER OF I

The men still encountering the enemy of freedom In the Republicof week (Sept. 29-Oct. 5).64)

Vietnam.All Speeding . . .10 l'How Are You Fixed

of these contributed to the earning of a military pay raise. Reckless Driving . 1

And now, for some of us know only of how this raise was earned Going through stop signs .2

through stories told on a father's knee..or by off-told tales from Other Violations . . 51
the lips of old soldiers it is paramount that we use this gain with Forty-six drivers appeared before Clean Windshields ?
wisdom. ( the Traffic Hearing Boardat

Maybe now is the time to open a regular savings bank program. the meeting held on October 7, Many motor vehicle accidentsare the reflective glare from the sun
Perhaps that small U.S. Savings bond paid for through the pay- 1963. Disposition of the cases include caused by dirty and defective or from the headlights or other

roll savings plan can be stretched into a larger one. the following: 18 lost driv- windshields. This fact Is over- vehicles often confuse the driver.

The extra pay could be marked for higher learning: either night ing and parking privileges aboard looked In many accidents reported While trying to compensate for

school or a college in the future. station for various periods; 23 because other contributing causes poor visibility the driver will often

We have our pay raise and now It Is for us in the services to pro- were assigned to complete an such as speed, following too close- take evasive action and may end

vide the deeds and the doing that will make the Congress of the eight-hour course In remedial ly, etc., seem more obvious,or up In a serious accident. It takes
future look on Uncle Sam's military with pride. (AFPS) driving Instructions; 16 had sus- more Important. In some of the very little force to overbalancea
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pended penalties; three were given
most serious accidents the wind- motor vehicle traveling at a
Cummer Gallery Deadline Draws Near warnings; three were dismissedand shield Is completely shattered or. high rate of speed when the front
eight were referred to com- the damage to the glass is such wheels strike the soft shouldersof

For Freedoms Foundation manding officers for possible dis- that little attention Is given to its the road.
To action.Blood .
Display ciplinary pre accident condition. Here is an example of an accident

Letter-Writing Contest Some states have a compulsorymotor that could have been prevented if

ArtsThe Donors vehicle inspection law anda the windshield on the motor vehicle

Special vehicle with a cracked,blemished had been clean; a boy was riding a

Thirty-six enlisted persons recently frosted, or scratch windshieldis bicycle at dusk In a suburbanarea.
Cummer Gallery of Art Valley Forge, Pa. (AFPSOnlya ) donated blood to the Naval rejected until corrective mea- As he came to the Inter-
has some special art showings few weeks remain for membersof Hospital Blood Donor Center. sures have been taken. It is section of a road he decidedhe

forthcoming. Sculptures and the Armed Services to submit Donors from NAS Supply were: evident that states having such an could cross safely. Just as

drawings by Gaston LaChalse will entries In the 1963 Freedoms Thomas A. Meekins, AK3; James Inspection law realize the serious he was getting into the lane near

be on display from October 18 Foundation letter awards program. B. Newman, SK2; Charles T. ness of obscured vision and have the median strip, a car whirled
Your letter
through November 7,and Chagall's 101 winners could who be will among the Barton, AK2; Ron L.BieglerAN; taken action to remedy this situa- from behind the front car that
Interpretations of the Bible Is Vincent J. ColuccI, AA: DavidD. tion. was traveling in the lane nearest
booked for October 29 through awards totaling $8,500. top'award Hays, AA; Edward A.Juskowskl Correction of a defective wind- the curb. It struck the bicycle
Is $1,000 with 50 awards of.
November 17. AK1 W.Mtller ANRobert shield may be enforced by law the
; Lloyd ; ; tossing boy head first onto
each and
$100 50 awards of
The Gallery, located at 820 each. $50 A.0dorn, ANJohn J.O'Hare, AN; but what about the good windshieldthat the median strip. As a crowd

Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville Is Thomas J. Predmore,AK3;Joseph Is covered with snow, mud, gathered around, the driver of the
open free to the public from 10:00 words To enter, write a letter of 500 L. Quintana, SA; Noel W.Reese, bugs, or smoke film? These con- accident car kept repeating, "I
less the
or on subject,
a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Tuesday "What Can I Do For Freedom?" FA; Myrna L. YoungAN-; ditions can be as serious as the did not see the boy". The Injured -
through Saturday and 2:00 p.m. Donnle 1 t.::. WIlilsAK3. defective glass. The local gas boy was placed In the car
and mall it at once to Freedoms
until 5:00 p.m. Sundays (closed Those donors from NAS Dental stations generally provide wind- and several of the witnesses went
Valley Forge, Pa.
Mondays). were Glenn R. shield cleaning service: however
MllesDNDouglasO. ; along as the rushed
Your entry must be postmarkedno boy was to a
Shtrer DT3 and Donna Wood this service usually extends
later than Nov. L ; to hospital. During the ride, it was
SCUTTLEBUTT SA. just the outside of the windshieldand
The first 10 winners will be Invited noted that the film over the wind-
to Valley Forge to attend Donors from NAS Dispensarywere not the Inside. Over a periodof shield was so thick that the head-
: Garry G. Anderson, HN; time the Inside of the glass from
the awards ceremony on GeorgeWashington's lights oncoming vehicles pro-
David L. Brown, HN; Robert N. becomes coated with layers of film duced
faint .
Birthday, Feb. 22, only a yellow glow.A
Corthell HM3 and from tobacco smoke
E.Sch fro
1964. ; Oakley m cigar- dirty windshield can be the
neider, HMCA. ettes, cigars and
pipes smoked in
The of accident.
following day the winners Initiating cause an
Donors from NAS the vehicle and also
will go to Washington D.C., to OperationsBoat from dirt Keep It clean outside and inside -
Branch were: Theodore H adhering to moisture on the glass.
meet top officials of their respective .
services and to see the Busboom, AN; Frank T. Dunn FA; When conditions are just right

Capitol and other places of Inter- Toti Faasii, SM3; Jack G.Fraser, .. .. .. .H.. U.', ... ... ..u __ .. ... 1 I
est. SA; Clay C. George, FA; Dennis
!\ H.McClurg, FA; Derry D.Newby,

...--.'. AG1; John F. O'Donorhue, SA;
Robert M. PrendergastANDanielJay ;

Savage, SA; Paul Taylor,
NFO FA; Harold J. TottenAAWllliam;
Explains} C. Wlgley.FA.

The donor from NAS Administration .r''

Pay CalendarIf I Department was Robert &g4

L. Hallmark, FA. ,' :: "': .:.>:;ft

that pay check doesn't seem A man walking along the
__ ..!J quite large enough tomorrow, covered streets In Sofia,Bulgaria snow ;i., :::::: qy y rvl +

-.: especially now that the military pay during the recent cold spell kept ; ,
raise Is passed stop for a mom- muttering: "It's Intolerable." ,

QPE1250NAL CALL ent and do some finger counting. Two secret policemen approached .: .'. :": ",", ': .
AGAIN PARKER ?" Checks received tomorrow will him and said; "You are under
include three days pay under the ,arrest."

old rate and only 11 days pay under "Why?" the man stammered.!

Housewife, home from shopping, the new rate. Remember,you were have done nothing."
to husband: "Let'ssee..-Trading last paid September 27 and the pay "You have complained about R iPF ,

stamps, contest, entry forms, list bill didn't become effective until the regime." 06PITAt tAnON REMENT

- of next week's offers--- October 1. "The regime? I only said the

good gracious, the groceries This reminder was Issued by cold was Intolerable." ....:',. .
-----Robin Goodfellow, Lieutenant B.A. Buscher, Of- "You are lying." the policementold .. (." > ::0' ,-

Cambridge (England) Dally News flcer-ln-Charge, Navy Finance Office him. "The cold Is still tolerable -


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h an amazing exhibition in a light Pass with Photo, Star Burst and
Stars' per Cub airplane. the Double Breakaway. Alternate
Blue Main
Angels: -'Chuting One of the high spots of the maneuvers are Accelerations'
afternoon will be the appearanceof "Blue" and Maximum Tracking.
the "The Chuting Stars", the Another feature attraction ofthe
Air ShowThe Navy Parachute Exhibition Team. action-packed afternoon will be the
Attractions at Sunday's They are expected to perform at precision flight demonstration with ;: I
3:15 p.m. "The Chuting Stars" Bob Hoover flying the F-51 ::. :
Naval Air Station will wel- 12:30 p.m. Guests may view static being organized a year and a were first formed as a temporaryunit "Mustang". He is one of Americans ': .
come Jacksonville citizens this displays in Hangar 116 and the half ago. It is anticipated that to perform for the 50th Ann- foremost demonstrators split- \
Sunday when the 23rd Anniversary surrounding area prior to the air 30 active members will make a iversary of Naval Aviation in 1961. precision aerial maneuvers. A :
of the commissioning of the station show. mass jump followed by the more Due to their enthuslatic reception former test pilot, Hoover has demonstrated .
will be celebrated. The NAS Band will entertain experienced jumpers performingfree they were later given offical Navy to millions of military ;
Gates are expected to open at from 1:15 p.m. until the com- fall acrobatics. As a club, status. personnel and civilians throughout r'
mencement of the air show its members have made over 1,800 The 1963 "Stars" are lead by the world the maxium-perfor- .,.
scheduled for 2:10 p.m. jumps many of these being recorded Lieutenant Commander George mance capability at low altitudes \:' :
CAN YOUTake The events will begin with a high at exhibitions and demon- "Bruce" Cobb. There are four of the North American Aviation's \\1
performance take off and low pass strations throughout Florida and other officers and 13 enlistedmen F-100 Super Sabre and F-86Sabre- <,t(
your car with you? over the field featuring a F8 other major southern cities.In on the team. jet. This Sunday he flies the famed \4
For Financing and Insurance Crusader jet, a F4B Phantom jet a return visit the "Flying As an example of the high degreeof "Mustangs" in demonstrations of ::i?: I.
stateside and overseas, call and a A5A Vigilante,jet Professor" Capt. Dick Schram, skill and safety attained by the skill and precision. ;.i;
DYER M. BURR, reprserTfln0 Shortly after, Bill Fornof will USNR, will present his famous team, the "Chuting Stars" have The air show will finish with -, 4:! I
,demonstrate his WWII Navy lightplane acrobatic act at 2:50: made over 4,200 parachute jumps appearance of the "Blue Angels"Navy -,.' ':i
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES fighter, the F8F Bearcat. p.m. He has been hailed by better since they were first organized in Flight Exhibition Team. The ,;
FINANCE CORPORATION & Third on the program agendawill than five million spectators at 1960 and have sustained only four Angels flystandardprecislonflight ;'I. :
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE be the performance of Jack major air shows throughout the Injuries. maneuvers at lower altitudes, ':
INSURANCE COMPANY sonville's own Jax Navy Sport Par- United States. The act revives the Some of the maneuvers performed and In close formation rather than : I
5631 Tlmuqucna Road achute Club, it's members' first thrills of barnstorming aviatorsand by the "Chuting Stars" Include individually
Ph. 771-0527 demonstration on home soil since air circuses of the early 1930's the Double Cross Over the Baton The "Blues", in the swept-wtng
supersonic "Tigers," utilize two
basic formations during their per- I
formance; the echelon formation, I
in which the planes are stacked I
BLAST down and back from the leader at
I 45 degree angle, and the famous 'I
Diamond formation in which there ""I
is a wingman on each of the leader's \

HIGH PRICES wings and a "slot-man" flying )
directly behind and below the :
leader's tall-pipe, between two
wingmen. These formations are
1' 5642 NORMANDY BLVD. held tightly together with a 36
inch separation between wing tips
and canopies and the wings over-
PH. 388-5447 lapping 14 feet.
In echelon, the team executes
echelon rolls change-over rolls, \
and the "tuck-under-break." In I
the Diamond, they do barrel tolls,
loops reverse Cuban Eight, and I
tight 360 degree turn. The beaut-
iful "Fleur-de-lis" breakup and {.
95 a slow pass at carrier land- t
Ing speeds with landing gear and I
C flaps( down. All these maneuversare I
WITH performed with the maximum I
separation tolerance of three to

TRADE five feet between the leader's wing ..,.,-'
tips and the wlngmen's canopies.
After each maneuver while the

COMPLETE HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER "Tigers"formation is demonstrate reversing course the max-,two

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of the individual air-
plane and the precise timing and
: teamwork which has been a trad- !
::w f ition in Naval Aviation.

II' Elf This years team leader Is Lieu j
tenant Commander Ken Wallace. \
Other members are Lleutanant I
Dan Macintyre, #2 on the right 1:
wing; Lieutenant Dick Langford,
#3 on the left wing; and Lieutenant ,j
George Neale #4 in the !
il1 "slot" or "tati-end-charlle"
f' ,1'
-,.,..-- ,, i ..,...-....-....... 1., } ..._ ..-."..., position of the Blue Angels'
/ / / Y 1 Diamond Formation. Lieutenant ', I
; Lew Chatham, flying #5, and :
I' < 111 Captain John Kretslnger flying#6,
to the maximum performanceroutine.

Lieutenant Bob Cowles
the Blue Angels Public Information
Officer, narrates the show and flies
r-----r--' #7, the two-seat F9F-8T "Grum-

THE GREENSBOROModel rnan} Cougar" on jet orientation
r 'l flights for newspaper, television, ;
and radio media representatives. I:
2S23COMO Lieutenant Scotty Ross, the Team's I
CURTIS NATION Engineering Officer, is in charge j
of the Maintenance Crew and is
responsible for 100. availability
23" TV-STEREO AM-FM RADIOLONG of the Blue Angels' aircraft at
all times. Lt. Ross also flies #8,
the RSD transport assigned to the
Maintence Crew and support equip

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FOUR SPEAKERS The smartest person is not the
SAVES200.OO one quickest to see through a thing, I
but to see a thing through. I
Until Jan. two 12 two 4 x O -Fraternal Monitor ,I
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Det. Added To NAMT

r. The Naval Air Maintenance Training Group here at NAS Jacksonville
Increased Its scholastic facilities last week with the Inception of an

._. .. Aviation Support Equipment (ASE) Instructor-training detachment located
in Bldg. 613.
Still In the formulating stages, three CPOs and two POls. Theyare

.... the detachment Is expected to become : W. P. Davis, ADJC, leading
r r. fully operational early In PO; R. R. Latner, AMHC; H C.

November, according to NAMTG Maddox, ABHC; D. L.Patton.,AE 1;
Det Jax Officer In Charge, and F. D. Beard, AMH1.
j Lieutenant Commander W, J. Twofold' training aids used by
Hackett. the detachment are overhead pro-
When classes begin, the criteria jector slide kits entitled Mobile
TRAINING AID REVIEW Textbook will provide about two weeks train- Unit Ground Support. First these
't ;Seanly and overhead projection Ing In the operation of various kits are used in the presentationof
aids are viewed by instructor ground equipment used In the sup- the course to the students.
staff ot newly established Aviation port of aircraft both ashore and Secondly, the students, in turn,
NEXT TO N'A'SJAX Support Equipment Detach at sea. This will Include InstructionIn take these kits back to their respective -

STOP in and talk to us about our budget hair care ment of NAMTG Det. Jax. With the operation electrical power commands and use themIn

plan! Tailored to needs. SHAMPOO and their OinC, LCdr. W. J. Hackett starting units, air compressors, helping to teach men within
your liquid trailers, fork lifts, their I organization. The in-
(third from right), are: (L to R) oxygen
S ET each week plus' permanents as often as needed. W. P. DavisADJC! L. Patton, tractors and aircraft crash cranes. structors' kits are symbolized by
AE1; F. D. Beard, AMHI; R. R. The responsibility of teaching to the first letter of each word--
Latner, AMHC; and H.C. Maddox, students the 'know-hows'of run- MUGS--an animated character
$1500PER ABHC. (Navy Photo) ning this equipment rests with which helps in showing to the
five highly trained petty officers- students what should NOT bedone.
w Personnel selected to attend the

MONTH course are expected to be in pay
grade E-5 and above. They will

AND UP ...;W. > :. primarily hail from air station
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aircraft maintenance departments,
.. I 6481 Roosevelt Blvd. '. ':. replacement air groups and ship-
)fit board V-6 divisions. In additionto
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tj' being qualified to teach others
{ graduates from the Jacksonville

Detachment 3012 Aviation Sup-

Need holiday shopping cash? K port be authorized Equipment to course designate will per-also

sonnel to be official license hold-

.. ,._.... ..... ers In the operation of "yellow
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FLYING PROFESSOR-. Capt. Dick Schram, USNR, will bring are only five days remaining *
"""' his famous lightplane aerobatic act to the air station this Sunday to get those winter uni-

at 2:50 p.m. as part of the 23rd Anniversary Air Show. The Pro. forms cleaned before the uniform
fessor's act revives the thrills of barnstorming aviators and air change goes Into effect on Wednes-
% circuses of the early 1930's with an amazing exhibition of low day, October 16.

altitude, grass-cutting aerobatics in a light Piper Cub airplane. Officers and chief petty officers
will wear Service Dress Khaki.
This uniform may be worn withoutthe
.2.f t rr coat only while on navalstations
or In government vehicles, pri-
vate vehicles, or taxi cabs, going
O VANDERBIIT TIRES directly to or from home or between -
military Installations In the
local area. The necktie shouldbe
worn at all times wljh the
khaki uniform, It was pointed out.
In addition, the Aviation Winter
Get a loan from HFCGet Working uniform may be worn
DOWN except on social or formal occa
extra cash now.. .for gifts, travel and all your sions.
\" seasonal money needs. Borrow confidently from AS LOW AS $ 17 The uniform for enlisted men
the people more servicemen trust-HFC. | PER WEEK (pay grades E-2 through E-6)) will
be Undress Blue Bravo. Whileon

T.c..:.. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS liberty EM's should wear the
24 rd Il 6 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE Dress Blue Bravo uniform.
i p.,.', pay.. pots p 6Y."
Ask about Credit IiCClilSt 1 Ifor hr 4 fir During the winter months women
i SIOO 5.93 729 10.07 18.48 1 for 983 II! i 1111 3532
i Life Insurance 200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36.97 170x15 111 IIS 3332II officers and enlisted women will
I 300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 2 for 1866 mx15 Jl 22(1( alai be clothed in the Service Dress
i on loans 500 28.97 35,85 49.75 91.78at 760x1SJSOiM 1313 2111. Blue Bravo uniform. The liberty
1231 2311
croup rates 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 1DG114 1413 21.61( 5532 uniform Is the same with the
s t Ckmttt art comfiuttd at 3% on that port of 4 far 3532 I50i14I00i13 1113 32.(S 1332: exception that the combination hat
f ukfJultJ" tnoiaUy balantn not exceeding$300 1113 21.61 313243J2 should be worn.
r and 2%on any unoinder.y UO.IS-C70.I5-COO.1I. 15 lit 3 1113 nlI
TUIITTrl NYLONUCkWAlh ADD too tHTUHLUI mil Further information on the uni-
y,,1 1 All Tirt. Plus Tu & $3.00 Add-0n if Old Tie. Not Cappabl.j form may be obtained from SOP

SPECIAL.t: : ; $583 FRFr IlLb MOUNTING, A seven-yr-old boy after the

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 3559683Cedar TUBE-RCPAIR school outing to Whipsnade
(England) zoo: "Mummy, it was
,, Hills Shopping Center MAIN STRUT CEDAR. HILLS SOUTHSIDI wonderful The first things we
ITtK ft 5504itL. $ n1. II.' 1244
MAINEL Philips
3734 Blanding ., HII Hiwy saw were the peacocks and whilewe
Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 4.9051 Sh.ppi.g C.n..r) fL 9.2011"Atroit
iP 1.6164 lam H tt watched one of them came
"JANDY" CROSJO, OM 'o"tl.."
3050 Beach MM..WWM.
Blvd.-Phone "
: 398-4541 M.,. TH 9 F,M. OH*WtdMtJiy 9 P.M, out In bloom.
.tbore office open Friday evening until HI'..". IRNII CRIIB, Mg,. CARROLL CRIBI,Mr. --Peterborough, Daily Telegraph.



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Supply Supervisors Learn, /

FAW-11 Organization, MissionSome

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25 Supply Department the history of the SP-2A and P- ,,
supervisors attended a present- 3A aircraft.
ation at Fleet Air Wing Eleven The morning concluded with a 1 .y
,last Thursday. Purpose of the tour of aircraft, electronics shopsin
event was to acquaint the super- Hanger 140, Auxiliary Store
Visors with the mission and organ- "T", Sonobuoy Shop and VP-7, a tr +
ization of Fleet Air Wing Eleven VP-16, and VP-30 spaces. '
and its operational and training The tour was coordinated byJ :
squadrons. W. Ellis and attendees were: ri ,
The men and women who attend C. P. Reiter; K. W. Wilkins;J.D. 1!
ed are key personnel in material Crowder; L. Moore; J. C. Oates; 1 0e
procurement and control fleet service Ruby Wallace; Alice HarrisMarIeWood ;
and program management.The ; A, Rawls; P. DeStefano; g b / fa
tour was arranged as a major R. E. Chester; Anna Faircloth; -
event in the educational and indoctrination W. J. HInes; W. S. Richards; SUPPLY SUPERVISORS pose with Cdr. L. H. Boutte, VP-16 commanding officer at conclusion of .
program conducted by Lieutenant P.. J. Martineau; RG. tour of Fleet Air Wing Eleven units and shops. Some. 25 supervisors made the tour as a major event -
the Control Division of the Hudson, AKC; B. Benson, AKCA in the educational and indoctrination program conducted by the Control Division of the Supply I
Supply Department for supervisoryand and! G. Wilson, AKLVP16 Department. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
other key personneL
The jroup? was welcomed by

Captain J. R. Ward, FAW-11 Offic ers Cruise Best thing to give the guy who Boxer, explaining his defeat by
Chief Staff Officer who told them has everything is a hard hick story, a smaller man: "He only came
that planned Improvements in the .-----AI Spong, up to my chin --!but he came up
hanger areas arid the addition of a On AntisubThree Destroyersoperations. Successful Farming too often."
fulltime supply office to the Wingare
expected to ease some of the
Partol Sixteen
Squadron The officer's( were
previous supply problems. officers boarded destroyers at the Lieutenant Joseph Dressler and
Lieutenant Commander L R. U. S. Naval Station, Mayport, Lieutenant (JG)John Hemmer,both BOWL-0-MATIC I LANES
Roberts, Wing Maintenance Officer September 30, for a week of aboard the USS Luce (DLG-7)), and .
served as moderator for the morn-
familiarization with destroyer Lieutenant (JG) William F. Kuhlke,
A movie "ASW
Ing meeting. ,
aboard the Fiske .
(DDR-842)) I
the Navy's Toughest Job" was 9 VP-16 Of particular interest to the Ladies Coffee Ladies Handicap Ladies Scratch..
shown. This was followed by a pilots were the antisubmarine warfare Mixed Doubles Men's Handicap MtnScratch.. '
briefing by the air Intelligence Men Get operations conducted with the Bantams: Juniors and Seniors Leagues.
officer, Lieutenant G. V. Trlesch-
USS Luce, the USS Fox(DDR-829)), Join One Of The Above Leagues Today.
mann.A Lockheed engineer outlined AC WingsNine the USS Fiske, and SP-2E "Neptune" THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONEEIiEEGAME!
aircraft from their WITH 2 PAID GAMES THEE
squadron, VP-16.
Patrol Squadron Sixteen The officers were stationed In NAME _________ Void After
enlisted men received Antisub-
MoviesMovies marine Aircrewman Wings of Gold the ship's Combat Information ADDRESS _________ Sept. 30th* 1'963'
Centers during the ASW'exercises
at ceremonies held October L
observing the complex techniques
will be shown Commander L.H.Bouttesquadron
Included In detecting, localizing, Open Nightly S P.M. f. ti Mliillht
7p.m. ondaythroughSaturday skipper made the presentations and Su4, U NMN .. MMnlfM"
sinking a"hostlle"submarlne. NOW OPEN
; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on following morning quarters. The latter role was played by the
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Receiving the Wings were: J.A.
U. S. submarJne Darter .
Mainside and NATTU Theatersand Dawe, Jr., ADJ1; A.M.Adklns.AXl; CHANNEL CATFISHSTEAKS
at 7 p.m. only on Sundayat D.C.Galletta, ADJ1; R.WLordJr., '
the Hospital Theater. These ADR2; R.L.Wishart, AE2; A.E. Brighten pt ,3 -
items are subject to change. Marsh, Jr. ADR2; W.A. Gerdau, '" CHICKEN
ATN2; W.LBlount, AMH2 and A.G. A ..r
Thursday, October 10 Demmarre, ATN3. SHRIMPFRENCH

Malnslde-Gathering cf Eagles Wings are awarded only after Life FRIED
NATTUntt-Linle Theatre Group completion of exacting require- kll ONION RINGS
"My Three Angels" 8:30: p.m. ments, Including operational check CHEy
Hospltal-Gldget goes to Rome flights and qualification in three 3431 BUNDING UVD at CEDAR RIVE TAKE-OUT SERVICE
crew positions aboard the SP-2E GiveToTheUnited JACXSONVIUI:FlOtlDA Ph. 771-5511
Friday, October 11 "Neptune" patrol bomber. All

Mainslde -The War Lover designated aircrewmen have demonstrated FundCampaign
NATTUnlt-Llttle Theatre Group a high degree of proficiency .
"My Three Angels" 8:30 p.m., in all flight operations, OrlMJeJtJ gafu
Hospital-California as well as survival techniques,
first aid, communications, and
Saturday, October 12 leadership it was stated.

Malnslde-The Nutty Professor r srrmrsantra REG. $7.99 VALUELADIES1
NATTUnlt-The War Lover

Hospital-Gathering of Eagles r

Sunday, October 13

Malnslde-Mr.NATTUnit-The Sardonicus Nutty Professor $ '

Hospital,The War Lover $599

Monday, October 14

Malnslde-The Great EscapeNATTUnltMr.Sardonlcus FALL

Hospital-The Nutty Professor OR

Tuesday, October 15

Malnslde-P NATTUnlt-The aronoiac Great Escape Th DRESSES

Hospital-Mr. Sardonlcus a $

October 16 $10
Wednesday, WINGS OF GOLD Cdr. L. n. Bootte, Commanding Officer, VP.
Mainslde-Fancy Pants 16 pins Aircrewman Wings of Gold on.A.: M. Adkins, AX1, while LATEST STYLES IN FOR
NATTUnttParonoiacHospltalThe J. 0. Campbell, A01 (L) A. G. Demarre, ATN3 and D. C. Gallet-
Great Escape ta, ADJ2 await their wings. Gold Wings are awarded only after ACETATE AND JERSEY

completion of exacting requirements including operational check SIZES 12 TO 20
flights and qualifications in three crew position aboard the SP.
The best way to tell whethera 2E "Neptune" Patrol bomber. Others who also received wingsare i
man is having fun at a party J, A. Dawe, Jr., ADJ1 1; R. W. Lord, Jr., ADR2; R. L. Wishart, LJ.eOurloy-A 4423 Roo
is to catch a look at the expres- ,'AE2; A. E. Marsh, Jr., ADR2; W. A. Gerdau, ATN2 and W. I. w oy PI on. N' G. (. Murphy C 0. Bl-d RI ""v. h tt
sion on his wife's face. Blount, AMH2. (Navy Photo) Extr Charge M


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1 OCTOBER 10., 1963 I

r A waiter in a chic restaurant In preparation for a banquet at I
j' accidental/ stumbled pouring an Radcliffe College, the chairs had Ole CPO Club
Iced drink down a woman's back. been given a new coat of varnish. Btaejackets Inn ,
1 She leaped her feet with a shriek, The evening was hot and humid Notes
knocking over the table and spilling and as the after dinner speaker Doin's ClubThursday
her escorts drink all over 1 him. started to rise, be found 1 himself -
With all eyes upon them, the two stuck to the seat. However, October 10 Thursday, October 10
fled from the restaurant in wild he was unabashed. "Ladles and Thursday, October 10
confusion. "Walter P called a gentlemen." he said, "I had expected Dance Contest and Dance featur- Open Night Happy Hour
nearby diner, "we'd like two of to bring you a plain and ing Carl Boyd& the Rhythm Kings Friday, October 11
whatever they had.Catholic." unvarnished tale, but circum- 8:00 pm.12:00 a.m. Combo 8:30 Friday, October 11
-- Digest, 9-63 Dance to Capptes
stances make it impossible. Dance to Johnny Arnold "4"
Friday, October 11 p.m. 12:30 a.m.

GET AMISSILE Phil Cay and the Chantels Saturday, October 12 Saturday, October 12
9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.
Dance to Mark Castle 8:30: p.m. i Dancing to Phil Cay
AGE DEAL! Saturday, October 12 12:30 a.m.

March Wilson and the Red Coats
... ,It 8:00 p.rn1:00 a.m. Sunday, October 13 Sunday, October 13

NEW CARS Sunday, October 13 Game Night and Dance to The Red Dancing to Charlie Jay
Coats 8:30 p.m; 11:30 p.m.
Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
Lowest Prices
8:00 Monday, October 14 a.m.
October 14
.Highest Trade-in Allowance Monday,
.Easy Terns-The Nicesest Treatment in Tow} Monday, October 14 Auditioning NightTuesday Pizza Night

J Dining and Dancing
Tuesday, October 15
4Il USED CARS Tuesday, October 15 October 15
Happy HourWednesday
Open Night
t. 1111 .. OkayaTUsed Cars at Two Big Lots Happy Hour 5:00 p.m.-7:00p.m.

5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. Wednesday, October 16 Wednesday, October 16 October 16
Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn
Game Night 8:00 p.m.AF679 Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Western Night music by Country

Honors ScruggsAirman
,'If' *
@J GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's First Class William The award was based on qualities -
Scruggs, Jr. has been selected at of leadership, exemplary con-
the 679th Radar Squadron Out- duct on and off duty, excellent
Center" standing Airman of the Month for military bearing and outstandingjob USD
August. performance.The .
.. Jacksonville native entered
J' the Air Force In January 1955
and Is presently serving as an Air ...
Policeman at the Air Force SAGE
N <. Operations section here.
>ry p Thursday, October 10

Homemade goodies night
GOSSIP Gossip Is a small fire
PH I LI PS *= ==.- HI WAVl that can strike a defenseless Friday, October 11
flower and twist its petals In a
convulsion of disgrace. The flameIs Pay day HopSaturday
so Intense as to burn holes In October 12
the sheltering leaves of respect. -
Juke Box Dance
Douglas Meador, Matador (Tex)
\ Tribune. Sunday, October 13

N Movie "Submarine Command"
Monday, October 14

OCTOBER iz 1 3 SPECIALTuesday Girl of the Month Dance
$ t tl H W I I At IMltN I*

18 AND 19... (' ,- Tuesday, October 15

r MKkyxrq'hkS. r yr US No. 1 South at Emerson Road and Thursday USO Jr.Volunteer Hospital Partyat
V. p.Saar a Jacksonville NAS Hospital.
FAMILY NIGHT Transportation leaves USO Clubat
6:10 p.m. sign up in USO Office
f 1
7 GREAT ALL-NEW Buttermilk, Buckwheat and Corn
1964 Wednesday, October 16

PANCAKES FREE Disc Jockey Show featuring Al
Albert 8:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Of Charge to Children Under
AUTO SHOW 12 When Dining with Parents
Beverages Extra 0' Club


: See all of 1964's greatest automobiles in one convenient NIGHTALL Thursday, October 10
r a. locationl-right! under the beautiful covered mall at Philips :-:' :'.
Hiway Plaza! Shop, .compare, choose from dozens of the YOU Happy Hour 3:30 p.m.-6:00p.m.

finest' American 'and Foreign models! It's absolutely free! CAN EAT $100] Friday, October 11

show! Charlie Jay 9:00 pm1200am.
Tom Hill's Combo 9:30p.m.-
AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ) :':.: YOU 12:30 a.m.


MERCEDES-BENZ, INC. POWELL PLYMOUTH // Prices Good From 4 P.M. to 9 P.M. Buffet, Prime Ribs, Fried


HENNY PENNY Happy Hour 3:30 p.m.-6:00p.m.
k: Tuesday, October 15

,: Don't t Miss It! k Foreign dishes of France 6:00
I p.m. 9:00: p.m.Wednesday.
: HOUSERoosevelt
.. r r "
. x.1'.Xot-s.M4.WM: A ,.t"" ." ,/ ,. : '-,, ,' _. . ... .. Mall Fried Chicken 6:00
qJ ->'<.., ,,< < :'V"rj'. ; :; ';" ,: '.,,' I Family Night
;;; g-/ij!; 1.t< 'i: ."'. ( \; ,
'<-'>l't-1 t'j'.j A\ : ,: ".; : :,y I PHONE 389-2841 p.m. 9:00: p.m.

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Wives Extended

Invitation To ATL4ST! ''IJ.

WPCG MeetingThe \

regular monthly meeting of )\J.) p :1 I

the Women's Protestant Chapel ((1IHTERHATIOHALFOODS
Guild will be held Monday Octo-
ber 14, at 9:30 a.m. In the All
Saints' Sunday School Building. .
A thirty minute social coffee will Jacksonville now a
complete gourmet shop
be observed followed by a program specializing In the finest
and business meeting. Hostesses fancy and Imported foods
will be Mrs. A. L. McGlaun and
Mrs. Q. R. Whitmore. .
Guest speaker, Chaplain R. W. COik i Ut MIL'
Radcllffe, will show a TV film I
p 1 from the Navy Log entitled "A biwa( l1JUUJruL
Modern Answer to Prayer" with
remarks the conclusion.A .
at '
special welcome is extendedto
all service wives to attend and
FASHION SHOW The Officers Club of NAS Jax was the setting of the first Fall Luncheon Fash- to join In Christian fellowship.
ion Show of the Jacksonville's Officers Wives' Club held on Wednesday, October 2 with Terri
Dohly as Commentator. The models were (L to R) Mrs. Pershing Wilson; Mrs. R. P. Nickolls; Mrs. :BIG OHIEFTIRE'ffi( I
R. B. Buffington; Mrs. R. D. Gordon; Mrs. W. D. Wilkerson; Mrs. D. L. L. Trauss and the dancingcrow ,
Mrs. Helen Louise Menard. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner PH2)l'My ) IJR-4
Two Locations To Serve You:
5444 Normandy Boulevard' EV SU)388)
Three Angels'Opens CPO Club OpensFor 2809 May-port Road CH 6.4825 .


Sat. Night"My Las Vegas On TiresBatteries -Shock* Brakes (Ret PARMAN CP.O.)
Front End 'Engine 4 Transmission/ / Work

Three Angels", a threeact The play was written by Sam
Party TonightThe
comedy-mystery will be pre- and Belle Spewack. The Wind- I FINANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N.
sented October 10-ll at the King jammer Players' version of the
Hall Theatre at NATTU. Curtain play is directed by Lyonel Mar- Chief Petty Officers' Club NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY
assisted by Arthur. will hold their annual Las Vegas
time is set at 8:30 p.m. golies Nancy
Tickets for the play are now Leading roles are played by Jim Party tonight beginning at 4:30 p.m.
on sale for 50 cents per personat Borland of the Hospital, Bernie at the club. All rated military
the NAS, NATTU and Hospital Busher of Navy Finance Office, personnel and civilians are Invitedto
Special Services Offices. Proceeds Father Murray of NATTU and Jean attend and participate In the
are to go to the Navy Relief. Aust, a dependent. games of their choice.

will Proceeds be used from for the the CPO game Club's night Why We Are Different !

annual Christmas party for orphan
children in the Jacksonville area.
I Last year the club bought clothes,
k ; i toys and held a party for 100 child
It ren and spent over $2000 on them,
according to Chief Bill Bain, /. Vine Furniture Only, priced below all stores,
President of the Advisory Board.
foroverntnt"nt: personnel

The advlsory, board, headed by 2. We deliver and place the furniture in your
0w Chief Bain and GyS8t Wesley Ward, home without added cost. ,
Chairman of the Las Vegas night,
3. We ship anywhere in the nation.
\.. will operate the games and greet
\ visitors. Members of the CPO 4. Cash or terms through tillCC.; ;
\ Wives's Club will assist in makingthe
'to night a success.To .
assist In the promotion of OPEN 9 AM TO 8 PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
the party, Club Manager William SATURDAY 9 AM TIL 6 PM
Unsted announced that Happy Hour
will go from 4:30: p.m. until the
party Is over.

The party will begin at4:30p.m.and &I FURNITUREFURNITURE
continue as long as players are
FIRST NIGHTER Herb McGuire AA, a member of the cast of still at the Club.
"My Three Angels" sells one of the first tickets to Captain C.
G. Strum, Commanding Officer of NATTU while other members of "This Is a chance for everyoneto
the (F ) NA- have fun," Chief Bain said, CARPETING e ACCESSORIES
cast, Doug Boake, AA, (L) and Father Murray Right some
TTU'S Catholic Chaplain look on. (Navy Photo) "and at the same time aid in makingsome
youngsters very happy at 3679 St. Augustine Road Dial 359-2268 ;
Christmas time."

VP-5 Wives Plan '
Be A Helpful

CI Panel ProgramPatrol

Stranger .
Squadron.Flve WiveswlU .
present a panel and discussion
prepared through the Career Information -
Program at 9:00 a.m.
October 16 In the private dining
room of the CPO Club. t t
All those wishing to attend may the Friendly I folks at .
contact Mrs. Friedman at 387-7105
for further information.In t t
o ,
Give To The

.a r' vV 1234 KING STREET
Phoenix, Arizona cows are Ir+ronnl, orange blossoms,and United FundCampaign '4C,_ near Park Street
People living down wind from the (SO 384-7541

stockyards are happy. Lowjlying -......w i I I)I t ...:'.:.
helicopters the cattle .
are spraying ":'
with perfumed deodorizer. It is .. .
mixed with water,is safe,and lasts
for 14 days. .. .,. .' .

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Lockheed Specialists Give

Presentation To VP-16
1" < I i

t : Ii i
.M ,,:" ;;:i A trio of Lockheed Aircraft and mechanical aspects of the

Company specialists from Burbank "Neptune", the venerable patrol
Calif visited Patrol Squadron bomber flown by VP-16 and all
Sixteen last week. The team, other FleetAlr Wing Eleven squad-

headed by Jay Beesley, a test rons.
pilot for Lockheed for 20 years, Beesley, who flew his first
gave presentations to SP-2E (flight "Neptune" In 1945, gave demon-

...- crews on unusual flight,electronic stration flights to all VP-16 pilots. '
: '''- He has flown nearly 900 demon-

stration flights all over the world,
e 9JAn/c p 4k and has logged 12,000 flight hours
% FAW-11 Chief since soloing In 1932 In a Curtiss


SERVI GSOUTHwEST George Hall, Flight Supervisorat
Finds IndianWarriorShield the Lockheed California Company -
DUVAL is another member of the

WITH COUNTY team. He has been in aviation since
COMPLETE: t r4 I 1939. Hall's work has taken himto

CONVENIENT ":' ...'i:. every continent and New Zea-

COMMERCIAL MODERN .... .. A Fleet Air Wing Eleven chief land.The
BANKING /t ;,:'- -Ii. petty officer may have made a valuable third member of the groupIs
SERVICES discovery at a recent anti- Roger Heffern whose field is
VALUABLE FIND may be this antique Indian warriorshield ownedby
que sale. Delong Gause, RMCS, electronics. The many
HOURL Delong Gause, RMCS of FAW11. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, purchased an Indian Warriorshield "Black Boxes" which make the
cr..TAw.Irk ahd.l.ILr.1r10AM.1A01A1 A.4r00 P.1 PH2)A ) at the sale. SP-2 such a formidable ASW deterrent -
fNI./rJ0 .,
AM.1 IM AU Dq. I
"I had gone In to look over some are his specialty. Heffern
few years ago an ambitious mountain cabin where an old native
himself of the veranda. guns on display and came across received his first electronics
clock peddler Invaded a well-nigh was sunning
this shield," he said. "I was interested training in 1942 with the Army
inaccessible region of the Ozark The clock peddler begun a conver-
In It and I It." Air .
so bought Corps.In
Mountains, counting on the absence sation and was gradually getting
The chief has been told that It addition to VP-16, the Lock-
of competition to help him garner around to the subject of clocks,
be 200 old and thatIt heed visited other FAW-11
I- a goodly volume of business. But) when a boy came out to inquire, may years
IUfc$ P : NAGID 7716161 sales were few and far between.In "What time Is it, Paw?" Is made of buffalo hide. squadrons.
is the second
( He Intends to have It appraised Jacksonville stopon
The native the
that region, time was not Important aged glanced at
In Indian artifactsat their six week jaunt. Nor-
by an expert
and no one seemed Interested shadow creeping across the porch
the of Florida. folk based patrol squadrons received -
Member of FDIC in keeping track of It. and replied,"'Bout four plankstill University
His gun collection numbers some the benefit of the team'sexperience
Still he persevered--until this Incident time.
15 guns--antique and modern.Two first. The next stopon
sent him howling to ----Capper's Wkly
civilization.He of his prizes are an 1851 Navy Colt the East Coast will be FAW-
and an 1877 Smith-Wesson. Three at NAS Brunswick, Maine.
paused before a ramshackle


1964 FIAT

$ a a I I I'i

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AWARD-Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet
Air Jacksonville (L) presents the Battle Readiness "E" Award

which recognized VA-176 as the outstanding Light Attack propel.
1964 FIAT 1100 ler squadron in the Atlantic Fleet for the previous year to Cdr. H,
$ DOWN P. Maulden. Cdr. Maulden was then relieved byCdr. Rupert Brooksas
.. $ WEEK Ah.r VA-176 CO. (Navy Photo by R. W. Smith, PH3))
Orr 9
SPeci.lTtrrr.. FREE !


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1 Wkito Wall Tins 7. Wlniiklild. Waskers 11. Ligkls Utier HM&Trunk 15. "Spe.i TiauaissiraU

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Presenting the : Blue Angel ;: : : :;

Ak 1 My. : '''It\:3': "* Yt do ":3': : j jAds I

> f should be moiled to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive,
f Jacksonville, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publh
catIon the following/ Thursday Ads arriving too late for this deadline '
will Be published the following week unless the publisher Is
Instructed otherwise A check or money order for the full cost of
the od must be rear Ived WITH the copy for the ad.

RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00

qjr Per additional line ((4 words per line) .a 35

APT. FOR RENT- unfurn. down-
stairs, 2 BR, kit, DR, tile bath, weeks AKC Reg. Shew QuaL puppy Reasonable
gar. $55 a mo. Call Mrs Hodges
Lt Cdr. Ken Wallace Lt. Dan Maclntyre Lt. Dick Longfordthuting after 5:30 p.m. EL 4-3474, 3209 264-9546.


: FAIRFAX MANOK-4163 Shirley St. German Shepherd Dog. owners

Star' 4 3 BR, shingle bung. AC, WW car- only. Call 264-9625.

Maneuver pet, LR & DR, sep gar & car-
lf port. $14,000. Owner EV 8-5545. FOR RENT furn, near NAS &

Cecil, clean 3 BR, fenced yard.
FOR SALE-Two story home with 264-9322.

beautiful yard in Middleburg. Ph.

c... \ BU 2-5295. 1960 AUSTIN-HEALY :3000. Top

REMOVED CANOPY PANELS UNFURN HOUSE 2 BR, kitchen cond, like new, 2 tops hd top &

equipped. $55.00 a mo. large yd convert. R&H, overdrive Call PO
ENABLES CHUTISTTO Conv to NAS & Cecil Field EV 9- 5-1920 or PO 8-2556.

i.gAroud i. I
FOR SALE-Two 3 BR homes, one
Parachutes used in tlhibilion and COlD II'1011 FOR SALE 3 DR, 2 baths,
In Avondale, one In Riverside area,
jumping lute specially designed canopies. Theyenable CD, chain link fence, central heat,
the (jumper to mo\t ill a horizonisl direction convenient to schools, shopping,
and teet his parachute toward predestinated Lt. George Neale low monthly pay. VA, free equity, transp. Low mo payments $75 and
landinf area, instead of drifting long small payment for closing cost
$66. Call 356-1559. W. Schub
with the nr currents end ..nd. Certain panels, ,
.and air conditioner. Availablejan.
in the rear of the canopy, we removed Ahearn Realty.
to escape row )I..t-Ik. flow, giving, thelumper .Hyde Park area. Call Ext. 8162or '
.. P FOR RENT House trailer with
| | a moderate form of propulsion while descending. EV 8-9784.
TkeCHUTING STARS uaetke It p.n..1"TtJ" 2 rooms added on, Ig lot, furn,
ban. I JEANS SCHOOL OF DANCING children welcome. 4 miles northof

The (imperil able control hit direction of drift y\ rttt..e n Venetla-Orange Park-Wesconnett Green Cove on Hy 17. Phone

by two lines attacked.... to each outside edge of the Hula, Ballet, Tap, Jazz EV 4-3055 284-3730 after 5 p.m. & week
cut-out panel The lines terminate at toggle
located on the jumper" parachute risers which rrt, awn or SP 1-0712. end.A .
are connected to bit Ia....... By pulling either rg r7n Ii
control line be spills an from the open panel area : 1x
causing the canopy to turn in the direction be
chosen logo. A horizontal ..d of II m.p.k. can soldier returned to the bar"I'm sorry, sir," said, the tele-
be obtained with tkia type of canopy modification. racks from sick call saying to the phone operator "but that number

platoon sergent: They filled me j has been taken w ."
so full of PeniclUin-if I sneeze ,, "
oh Is that
))0 | so? the man re-
I'll cure somebody.
plied. "Do you mind telling me
just who took her out?"
t Lt. Law Chatham




( On the first past over the airfield, the )Jumpmaster J Cottington Motel
STREAMER PASS, who is responsible for the team's compliancewith
AT 2,500 rEETa established safety procedures drops a device
from the aircraft to determine wind drift Called"wend B38 U. S. HIWAY 17-3 MILES SOUTH Of
a drift indicator", the device is so constructed -
f from crepe paper or nylon a* to obtain JACKSONVILLE
draft resultscompaeable to that obtained by fully "
deployed parachute. It assists the Jumpmasier in
determining, the enact spot to em his jumpers.lithe Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottington Orange Park, Fla.
drift results are satisfactory,on die second
pas a flare gun i I. fired lo produce a trail of Owners and Managers Phone 264.2221
smoke from the aircraft. This indicates that die ISMC)
Capt. John Kretslnger,
aircraft is inbound and will nit the jumpers.



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% stop watch. and an altimeter mounted in an intniBeal All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
red smoke grenade secured
Each jumper weaia two
panel, and attached to the junper's reserve .
the heel of one boot which produce adense
parachute,show hi..h..n jilt time to pull to
contrail as ke descends, enabling the spectator
the ripcord. The insmiaenta serve as a positivecheck
and to follow the i"."' '* ...""n,. In certain
to insure opening at the proper altitude the carried a flue pistol which Before buy new or used car --
jumper you any
allow a safety margin i. order to open a resentparachute routine
should the main parachute ail. ke fire to signal a specific part of his .......,.



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OCTOBER 10, 1963Facts
f "

To The United'rive.

HIGH' ? $ $ $

drive? Well, there only a little over two weeks.

"Don't give fire a the Drive has only reached 38<7o/ of Its goal What Is

but too little heeded. Is a once a year campaign held locally to assist the

outlined la the annual area.

In the two countries ,
damaged by fire each Channel 12

Fire strikes nearly 500
and In addition to the Sponsors Jax

culable costs In temp
f business failures.We Fair Pet ShowChannel

have an unfortunate
a sort of visitation of

bow unavoidable' or 12 WFGA-TV Is -
lessly,discarded Jw. a pet show on Saturday,
or poorly maintained )9 November 2 at the Greater Jacksonville -
by National Fire ( Fair. It will be telecasted -
uncomplicated causes j the Show"
on "Popeye .
We need to All pets are welcome (excluding
but avoidable then go reptiles), accompanied by their
ards which cause them. owner who may not be over age
this, we will no longer
structive forces of fire. 16.The
pets must arrive at the Fair

f area by 8:00: a.m. on Saturday,
November 2.
Entry forms for the show are
available at the Air News office,
to the United Room 230, Building L
( so this little They must be mailed to the

The home Is ) sights of the Greater Jacksonville Fair Office,

homes are the scene of of the 43 to arrive no later than Monday,
to happen each year. by this fund. October 14.

deaths occur In homes.

These facts, from Supply The "Great American Game"
are both a warning and D.C.bought of baseball was Invented by Maj.
strike your home a of fuel in Gen. Abner Doubleday, who

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4'f't?{ 'y??::4iLr; ;,? :,,,:':{t'<>, : ?;. i::: ,:: :{:?.is IM Basketball MeetingThe
t : / III lloiii second organizational meet- ball In the Intramural Program
:: Remits
jJAC) \ for Intramural Basketball Of- be for this
...,......",.,......".:.,..{-:.'"...... n .q ing should plan to present
.s. pi RtC/ facials will be held Thursday,Oct- meeting and future clinic sessions
ober 10, at 7:00 p.m. in the to prepare for the coming sea-
LNEWS!j {4 t'i: i .. The leaders of IM Bowling this Athletic Office, Bldg. 3. Personson.. It is Important to attend these
: week are the Colts of American Interested In officiating basket- clinic meetings to discuss rules.
>Blackbirds, of the
Field NAS Jax League Continental League, and the Owl the ONE place.tocall
Hoots of the Nat'l League. As
the play-offs draw nearer the for
chances of making mistakes and
Greens On AnniversaryTwo getting away with it ate getting
fewer and fewer. If there ever
was a time (for "heads up" bowl- !l9Y
annual golf tournaments are on tap this weekend In conjunctionwith Ing this is it. The leagues are
the Air Station's 23rd Anniversary! still wide open and it's any ones
Tomorrow the course ,will be guess who the champs will be.
covered by both professional and somewhere around 5 p.m. Sunday, Concentration that's It. Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea
amateur linksters as some 30 there will be a cocktail party at The results this week are: son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-itl! And get
teams slug it out in the 18-hole the 19th Hole at which time the American League Beneficial' International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
Pro-Am tourney. Starting times awards will be presented. Cash Loin Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any

will vary. where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
Defending his last year's title IM BowlingSchedule Griffins 1, Thunderblrds 3
will be NAS Jax's own pro, Joe Colts 3, Sparks 1
MacDonald. His amateur team- Seabees 0, Cannon Cockers 4 BENEFICIALFINANCE
Needlers 4 by forefeiture over
mates are Frank Heyer, John Trainers SYSTEM
Francis and Joe Stutz.
Also entering from the Stationis American League Confidential 3, Riggers 1 Leans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note

Lou Chaff,NAS Jax Golf Course 3:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 NARTU2 ComFalrJax"B" O.Falcons 4 JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville,
Greens Keeper. His three amateur vs Frames Sky Warriors ##13, Cutlers 1 i 311 West Bay St, Mayflower Hotel. . .ELrtn\ 3.4473
.5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). V4-4595
teammates were unnamed at press 3:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Bandits vs 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr). PO 5-2623.
time. Electrons ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
Entry fee for the Pro-Am go 6:00 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Rejects vs Continental League Town & Country Shopping Center. ... , RA 4.7910.
round is set at $30. Scoring will Pro's SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
be based on best ball for each 6:00 p.m. Alley's 3St40wlHoots vs Sky Warriors ##2 0, Spartans 4 3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza .,, : .:.EX8-1515.
foursome on each green. Bomb Scorers by forefeiture
After all contention is in, awards 6:00 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Pan Hand- Spoilers 3, NARTU #11
and prize money will be presentedto lers vs Pin Pounders3:30 p.m. ComFairJax"A" 2, Demons 2
the top three places during a 8:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Rookies vs Paymasters 4BB Stackers 0 THE
gathering at the 19th H>le. Marines Chiefs 2, Cursors 2

The two-day NAS Invitational 8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Lucky 7 Molar Rollers lBlack Birds 3Plzzan's HOLLY
Vallons 4, ComStore Five 0
Tournament will begin Saturday vs
morning around 10 o'clock with a 8:30 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Eagles vs I 4 Bedrooms
limited field of 128 entries. Play Boys
This 36-hole medal play Is opento Continental League Separate Room Dining
both military and civilians. It 3:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Colts vs Notional League
Is expected that out of town repre- Seabees NARTU #2-0, Bomb Scorers 4,
senatives will be here from country 3:30'p.m. Alley's 3&4 Confldent- Bandits 4, Pin Pounders 0VU100
clubs In Brunswick,G a., Lake City, ials vs 679th Pro's 4,
Stark and Palatka, Fla. About 6:00: p.m. Alley's 1&2 Marlins vs Rejects 0, Electrons 4
50 entries represent NAS military Cannon Cockers Pan Handlers 0, Play Boys 4
and civilian employees. 6:00 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Cutters vs Owl Hoots 2, Marines 2 THE
Course officials said that Jack Twisters Rookies 3, Valions 1

Rountree, last year's winner, Is 6:00 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Needlers vs Lucky"7" 1, Eagles 3
likely to be absent. However the Thunderheads THISTLE
'62 Invitational ,Jack McCormack -
runnerup 8:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 ComFairJax 6:00 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Spoilersvs
is entered.
Warriors ##2
vs Sparks Sky
Tournament chairman, Frank 3 Bedrooms
8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Sky War- 6:00 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Paymastersvs
Miller, said the field would consistof
rlorsjfl vs Riggers Spartans 1}) Baths
a championship and
flight seven 8:30 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Falcons vs 6:00 p.m. Alley's 5&6 Chiefs vs
other of 16 Pri-
flights players. Trainers Clutchers Curved
zes will be awarded the
to top Drive
8:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 Molar Rol-
eight in first second third National League
golfers ,
lers vs NARTU/#1
and four places. Top prize win- 3:30 p.m. Alley's 1&2 ComFatr-
8:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Plzzan's vs
ners will receive kangaroo golf Jax "A" vs Avions Demons THE
bags valued at $150 each. There 3:30 p.m. Alley's 3&4 Blackbirdsvs 8:30 p.m. Alley's 5&6 ComStore-
will be eight pairs of $35 Foot Cursors
Five vs BB Stackers I
Joy golf shoes awarded second ELM
place holders. Third place awardsare
eight golf carts valued at
$18 each and fourth place prizesare M'fflIllllWJd 3 BR 1Y Baths

sweaters also valued at $18.
Following all tournament play, GarageCHURCHES

IM GolfResults d

r ewe
The rainy session Is finally
ewer and the linksters are at Jacksonville .
It again. On Monday, Sept.30, SCHOOLS
across the front nine, It was A/C DIALOND1 SIDEWALKS
Maintence shutting out FAW-11 by BRILLIANT STREETLIGHTS
the score of 90. Also on the PLAYGROUNDrOCTOBER
front nine VP-30 "A" outscored ENGAGEMENT SETS
FAETU 6-3. Meanwhile on the

back the Marines nine Admin 43. squeezed past Ej6C&MlAK flM vSeWtCfiMeJb

On Thursday, Oct. 3, the Nat'1 Nothing Down. No Interest. No Carrying Charges.
League took over the course and Each Payday .
Small Payment r 1 : : r : r ra
resumed their play. The

match between VP-,andAir Force JIM WARNER JEWLER'S INC. '
679th was postponed. Later on ift fcv "Nationwide" AIIIIHIIIOI
the front nine Hospital "B" mov-
ed past VA-45 by the score of 24 WEST FORSYTtill. I /
6-3whlle on the back nine VP-30 ,111 I I
"B" rolled l over VAP-62 8-1, .
and NARTU and ComFatr Jax battled -

, to a tie 41/2-4 1/2. .. .


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Communications Faces A-4S Today IM


To Decide Nai'l Football Leader

By Harold Benson, AA i

On a wet and muddy field, IM Football slid back into action this week. As the first round draws to a
close the play is fast and furious and it sees only two teams still remaining undefeated. VA-45 and All games begin at 4:00:

I Communications of the Nat'l League. This fact should bring up a most interesting game tonight, Oct- n NATIONAL LEAGUE
ober 10, as the two undefeated teams square off in battle which can only leave one team with an unblemished Thursday, October 10

record. If you like excitement and _good football this is a must on_ vour football____ schedule. VA-45 Communications
I -- n ---------- vs
Last Thursday, October 3, Stadium Field
saw VA-45 downing Air Force
MARTD vs O&R Parade
679th by the score of 180. The
fine aggreslve defensive play of Grounds JAMERICAN I

C 679's Albright was not enough to LEAGUE
overcome the determined runningand Friday, October 14

passlngattackoChuckOyenik. VP-7 vs A/C Maim Stadium
This was one of those games where P hM. 1iln

even the referee got into the game. FieldNATIONAL LEAGUE
Oyenik made a sweeping end run,
when all of a sudden "boom" O&R vs Communications
right into the ref. A little bump Parade Grounds
doesn't keep a determined foot- LOSING EFFORT .- VA-15's
ball player down and on the next Bennett makes a leaping attemptto AMERICAN LEAGUE
play Oyenik bounded back to get football. His effort was in Wednesday, October 16

complete a pass for a VA-45 "OH NO YOU DON'TI"! seems to be the cry of John Moore as vain as they were downed by the VAP-62 vs Hospital
TD. Scoring for VA-45 were W. J. Wilson of VA.l5 tried to sneak past the alert defense of the Marines, 308. (Navy Photo by Stadium Field

Ben Gooey, Jack Fellowes, and Marines. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) Ron Gardner, PH2)) VP-30 vs VP-7 Parade Grounds
C.E. Clausen. I

The second game on Thursdaysaw spill the Marine quarterback for
the Marines take a decisive a safety and the two remaining NATIONAL LEAGUE IM VolleyballFirst IntramuralGolf

victory over VA-15, 308. The points. VA-45 5-0

Marines "roaring offense and Other games of the week saw(in Communications 4-0
stubborn defense," seemed to be the American League) NARTU Marines 2-2 matches of 1M volleyballwill Schedule

to much for the VA-15 team. Five downing VP-7, 18-6, with L D. VA-15 2-3 be played beginning October

Marines got into the scoring Oliver, T. A. Brightwell, and MARTD 1-2 21, instead of October 14, according -
column as T. B. Taylor, T.W. H.L. Holloway carrying over the o & R 0-3 to athletic director Fran American League

Lawson, J. K. Moore, P.E.Trlppl, TD's for NARTU, and J..Makowski 679th 0-4 McCaffrey.Scheduled. Front nine 679th vs VP-30 "B"
and T.W.Adams made a combined :: securing the lone TD for VP-7.
effort for the winning TD's. A/C Maintenance blanked 2:30 Porn.
Hospital Back nine COMFAIRJAX vs
Taking the scoring honors for VA- 18-0 with H.B. West, J.W.Cron More RacesThe
VA-45 2:30
15 was Wilson Widner with the and L.D.Wainer doing the p.m.
Front nine VAP-62 vs
lone TD and
Bennett crash- honors for A/C.
\ Ing through the Marine defense to On Tuesday, October 1, VA-45 Navy Jax Sailing Club has tam Class was well represented.The 3:00 p.m. "B" VP-7
Back nine Hospital vs
overpowered tV\+e Marines 6-0,with seen an increase in activity In the members of the Race Com-
First Aim Of V.J. Turosky scoring the lone six past few weeks; more members mittee, John Coan and Pete Ab- 3:00 p.m.
pointer. Meanwhile Communications showed for a meeting held on Tues- bot, started each race just as the
Hunters Is To was busy stopping MARTD day the 8th of October than have weather appeared to be clearingup Notional League
12-6. Scoring for Communicationswas for the past five months. Tues but the heavens would open
Return Safely T. Hayes and D, Thompson, day's meeting was held to informthe just as the fleet was half way Front nine Marines vs A/C
while pulling In the lone MARTD new and old members of some around the course. Maint 2:30 p.m.
Washington (AFPS The first score was Goodrich. This ended of the present conditions of the The largest class of boats to Front nine Admin vs Hospital
aim of hunters, especially mil- the day for the Nat'l' League. club and future plans. start was the Rhodes Bantam "Nt 3:00 p.m.
back itary men, should be to come The following day the American Members were introduced to the Class. George Baldwin in Blythe Back nine FAETU vs FAW-11

The to month duty safely.of October has been League took to the field again with new Assistant Special Services Officer Spirit (#490)) took a second, a first 3:00 p.m.
VP-30 walking past FAETU 18-0. Ens. Fred Meyer and Chief and did not start the third race.
"Let's Go Month
tagged Hunting ,
Scoring the three for VP-30 were Joe Nocilla. These two men will Ted Hanks in ##771 finished third,
and the Red Cross offers
advice to make October "Let's some T.R. Lusby, W.I. Hutchinson, and be working closely with the Sailing second and first, respectively, in rain washed out his crew and he
W.A. Thomas. The other game Club in the next couple of the three races. Alex (Sandy) did not start in the third race.
Come Home Safely Month" also.
that evening saw NARTU take one months. The Club's racing Daunis In Cockspur ((3662)) placed Jeff Ingram, in a Windmill, start-
"Each year"sald Alfred W. from VAP-62, 12-6. Scoring for schedule in the next month Is a first, third and second. Al John- ed the first race, but did not con-
Cantwell, national director of the NARTU were J.HGross, and G.E. heavy one. There is a Trl-Club son in #571 finished fourth, fourth, tinue, instead he sailed back to
ARC Safety Services"guns and Partin, while scoring for VAP62was Regatta at the Navy-Jax Club on and third. Fritz Meyer finished his home club, The Rudder Club.
explosives cause nearly 2,300 P.T. Robinson.The October 20th. All of the sailboatsIn close behind with a fifth, a fifth The Junior Members of the Sailing -
deaths plus Innumerable Injuries. League standings to date the area are invited to race and a fourth.In Club were racing on the Sun-
"This death and Injury toll would are: in this one. The deepdraft boats the Open Class, Dick Cope- fish. Bruce Knowles outdistanced
be greatly cut If hunters and other AMERICAN LEAGUE will be started out in the middleof land sailing the Rebel piloted the Greg Toole in both of their races

gun owners would remember--and NARTU 3-1 the river, and the smaller ones course twice for two firsts. The of the day.
use--two simple hunting safety will be
Hospital 2-1 racing In close to shore. 1. .
rules: care and common sense." All Interested people are invitedto
A/C Maintenance 2l
Mr. Cantwell offered the following VP-30 1-1 come and watch, there will be NOW OPEN!
tips for safe hunting: VP-7 1-1 food and soda on sale and an

Treat every gun as if it were VAP-62 1-2 announcer will keep the spectators
loaded. Avoid all horseplay with FAETU 0-3 informed of what isgoingon. Thereare

guns. Don't point one at anythingyou more races on the 26th and \ .,*
don't Intend to shoot. 27th.

While in boatsor Elections for new officers of
traveling cars,
planes, make sure your guns fUlL Of I the Club for next year will be
are unloaded and keep them cased, held on Tuesday the 22nd of Oct
wrapped or dismantled.Hunt ober. All members, new and old
I Automatic Delivery are requested to be present.In
with a companion but Insist -
e Accounts Insured Frre
a held last
he abide by the safety rules. regatta Sunday,
October 6th, at the Rudder
Be sure ammunition fits LOV/N' C4RL
Expert Heating the Navy Jax
Sailing pro-
Double check--and fre
your quently--to gun. make sure the safetyis Service vided most of the competition.Ted
Hanks took a first in the
Keep your fingers away from a race'second of the and day.Al George Johnson Baldwinwas finished -
the trigger until you're ready to
third. Alex
shoot. Don't handle a gun by its shroud brokea \ OF AMERICA
on the windward
muzzle and don't use it as a prop, leg

club or prod.Don't weather not called finish a halt the to race.any more The ii genuine EpftBarbecue

climb fences, run or jump racing.On .
while carrying a loaded gun. In the
28th of
rough terrain where footingIs
your was a race at the
Navy Jax Club.
precarious or In heavy under-
The fear
of bad weather
brush, unload the gun or open its 389-8823. but two of the civilian boats kept from all
action. 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 3879233ACE
participating, however, the Ban-

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