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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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PVT E. A. Parsons, AO "A" ft X 5 Civil Benefit Plan Page 2

School, 83.51. Mitt Mayport Misses Page 3

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Sports Page
PVT E. A. Curran, AE "A"

School, 90.31. Shutter-Bug Bite Page 5

--= VMA-142 Returns Page 6

Vol. 20 No. 21 U.s. NAS Jackeon ill., FU. 2 August 1962



T _Ir Courageous Crew





Presented AwardsFour

as
NAS Jax Navymen have received formal re-

cognition from a major aircraft corporation for the rolls

they played last Fall in a helicopter life-saving mission

using one t the__company's_ .Navy-designed helicopters.They .
are LT I. W. Hastings,
a crewmember on 7 September
a test pilot at O & R; LT OwenR.
1961 in a life-saving mission
Hunt (MC), of the NAS "
with a Sikorsky Helicopter. ..
Dispensary; V. R. Gray, ADR2,
The mission for which the
of A/C Maintenance and L.. R.
men received their awards oc-
Tidwell, ADR3, of O & R.
curred on an extremely dark
EDWARD J. CLARK, field
night at Lake George, 58 air
representative at O & R for
miles due south of Jax, wherea
the Sikorsky Aircraft Divisionof
P2V patrol bomber had
the United Aircraft
Corporation -
COURAGEOUS CREW-Edward J. Clark (center), field representative at O&R for the Sikor crashed in the water.
sky Helicopter Co- resents Helicopter Rescue Awards, together with Winged "S" Air Rescue present to the four men UPON ARRIVAL at the scene,
Emblems, to four NAS Jax Narymen who performed a life-saving mission with a Sikorsky his company's Helicopter Res-
helicopter. They are (left to right)! L. R. Tidwell. ADR3; LT I. W. Hastings} V. R. Gray) and LT cue Award together with Winged aided by the downed airmen'srescue
Owen R. Hunt (MC). The certificates awarded last Thursday, commended the men for their flare. Hastings' helicoptercrew
courageous night mission flown last September in which they were instrumental in saving the "S" Air Rescue Emblems, was able to hoist two of
lives of a P2V patrol bomber crew whose plan had crashed in Lake George, 58 miles south of during ceremonies held last the six bombermen into the
Jacksonville. Thursday in the Station com-
'copter. Two others, however,
officer's office.
manding injured by the crash, could not
The certificates of award read
Largest Idea Checks REMEMBERE4 be picked up by the rescue
in part.. "for (his) skill and
P2V
sling. The other two crew-
E-5 Exams courage while participating as men remained to help transferthe

Awarded Two &R MenThe
On Tues. Thurs. injured personnel from
WAVES' their life rafts into small boatsof
A reminder to all personnelin local fishermen who had
two largest awards ever to be given to employeesof ,
pay grade E-4 and E-5. been.summoned to the
scene.
Jacksonville Naval Air Station for money and timesaving -
Pay grade E-5 exams will be 20th PartyA The helicopter then returnedits
ideas were presented to two Overhaul and Repair Department -
given August 7, also Thurs- two passengrs to NAS witha
workers last Friday July 27.
day August 9, E-4 exams will total elapsed round-trip flight
jasper war, an aviationmechanic
lines in the A3D aircraft, Thomas be given. SuccessNAS time of two hours, nine minutes.By .
received a $765 cash
F. Bourrie received $100. ,Those participating In these virtue of this helicopter
award for his beneficial sug- WAVES and Bathed
guests -
Other cash award winners exams are to report to build- crew's quick and efficient response -
gestion of repairing dual ac- at the Bluejacket Inn last
ing 955 lower deck at 0730on
to their assign-
were: $55-Lew E. Keeter, Ben- rescue
boxes aircraft.His .
cessory gear on Thursday, July 26, to celebratethe
the day of examination. I ment there fatalities.
suggestion calls for boringthe ny F. Alderman (two awards); 20th Anniversary commem- were no
$50-Virginia S. Gray B. .Joan Servicewide examinationsfor
oil pressure passage 'adja- heldIn orating the W A V E S establish- .
the mounting flange Apfelbeck, and Albert E. Rum- paygrade E-8/9 were Marine Wives Notice
cent to 955 also ment as part of the regular Navy.
building today
stud hole and a steel tube installed sey; $40-Clyde C. Murphy, Jr.; Honored guests, RADM Joseph There will be a business
Tuesday July 31, E-6 exams
to prevent oil leakage $35-Folsom W. Linch and Jo- M. Carson, ComFairJax, and meeting of the Enlisted Ma-
given.of
when a porous condition devel- seph Savicki; $25-Allen C. were CAPT James R. Compton, NAS rine Wives Club on August

ops in the metal. This repair Jones and James N. Tripp; $15 Commanding Officer, were greeted 6-Bldg. 572-at 2000.Bulletin.
-Joseph Savicki, Lonnie J. the Naval Air Station turnedin
saves the purchase of many by LT Jeannett Green, Senior
Austin John R. Touchton, Ben- 571 ideas of which 213 were
gear boxes, thus saving the gov- NAS WAVE Officer.
ernment an estimated $22,560 nie I. Clark, Joseph Jenkins adopted to achieve better job Master of Ceremonies for the

during the first year.A and James S. Williams. results or reduced costs. These event was LTJG Clara Parsons :

CHECK FOR $725 went to THE LETTER OF APPRECIATION adopted ideas produced an estimated who started the evenings festi- The Athletic Director has

Charles Anderson, a machinist.His was given to James E. savings of $156,829. vities by presenting the WAVE announced that the Iron Man

idea suggested leaving suf- Mack. Equally important to the 'Sta Color Guard. Banquet has been rescheduledfor

ficient planting on aircraft engine These awards are presented tion were the intangible bene- Highlight of the party was
under the Navy's Incentive Admiral Carson's cutting the dec- Wednesday, August 15, at
link pin ends to permituse fits derived from ideas. A total -
of worn side plates insteadof Awards program which is designed orative 20th Birthday Cake after- 1930, in the Mainside messhalT.
of $11,345 was paid out to
machining new side platesto to provide cash and hon- which the W A V E S and there Further information on the

replace those worn beyond orary awards to employees for employees submitting time and I guests joined in a buffet dinner Banquet will appear in next

tolerance. His idea is expectedto their constructive ideas. money saving ideas during the "id later danced to the music of I week's Air News.

effect an estimated first year's During fiscal 1962, employees past fiscal year. I Karl Boyd and his Rythemairies.

savings of $18,933. .
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CAPT R. H. Fagan, O&R

Officers, made both presentations -

afterwhich he presented

24 additional cash awards and .
,.
one letter of appreciation to -- -zi

other O&R beneficial sug-
gesters. s

Jesse W. Laird and BenjaminC.

DiFranza each received $220

for their design and develop-

ment of a bracket to modifythe

factory-furnished jig for

repairing: HR2S helicopter tail

rotor blades.

Another check amounting to

$170 was awarded to Larry A.

McDonald for his procedure in

repair and installing the tail

wheel gear assembly for the

HSS and HUS helicopters.A .
'
$155 AWARD went to RalphJ.

Larizza for his method of r. n a

repairing cracks in the F8U LARGEST NAS AWARDS-For his beneficial suggestion of i repairing dual accessory gear boxes on aircraft Jasper WardR.
Crusader's fuselage skin panelat (left photo), an aviation mechanic at O&R receives from CAPT ] H. Fagan ObR Officer the largest check ever awarded here
the engine mount. at NAS for money and time-saving ideas. That check is worth $71 65. Recipient of the second largest award at NAS. Charles Ander
For his suggestion to simplifythe son (right photo), a machinit at O&R, explains to CAPT Fagan xhi at by leaving sufficient plating on aircraft engine link pins ends it
would eliminate havng to machine new side plates to replace tho I te worn beyond tolerance. This idea gained for him $725. It is
installation of hydraulic I estimated that during the first year these two ideas at*,put Q in I I to effect. a total of $41.493 will be saved.



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I Paa. 2 lAX AIR NEWS 2 August 19621
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I- 1 S Station Traffic RecordThe l Libertv vs Communism


l ,_. Violation -
i MAl+ Jeebonvffle' is report of One of the liberties of free men is the right to I
a
CAPT J. R. Convton Con+es..dlnp Offlewbwcwttv following i participate -
CM Wthw 1. Schvb Offta motor vehicle accidents and in government. In ancient Greece, each city-state was

Ft... Air HcUonvllle NAB 6ND traffic violations for the period sufficiently small so that all free men could meet in the
IAOM Joseph ML CwwwCATT : comr..ander:
laws and decided
Vlncwit Casey Chief of Staff July 2128.NUMBER assembly that made publiC; policy. This
.feet Air Wing EUvtn OF ACCIDENTSTotal method of government is known as pure democracy.in .
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CAW Gilbert J. Frw.nh.bm. Commander modern states, this -
CAn Andrew H. Cowwt Ga.f Staff Off lost Accidents this year large Today womanhood suffrage. In other
feasible. ,
Kl Air Technical Training Unit through July 1962 . 152 procedure is not words, all citizens have a
CAPT HtrtMl D. Allen! Commanding Off Through July 1961 ,135 all free states use the system of to participate in elections. right
CM Eugene P. Vw6ery Executive Offtor representative government. Under
Naval Hospital NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE this the people elect rep- Likewise, in modern democracies
system
CAn J. M. rUnmr INJURY IN MOTOR
Commanding Officer LAST
CAPT Stophwt H. Toll"" Executive Officer resentatives or deputies to act elections are what are called
Naval| Air Reserve Training Unit VEHICLE ACCIDENT. for them in the seat of govern- "free elections." Parties in opposition .

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .Commanding) Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis ment. to the government are
COR WlllUm M. Miller Executive* Officer 21-28).88) the' allowed to exist and to
Printed with week (July IN THE UNITED STATES offer
commarkaHy non-approprlatad fund In Jacksonville, Florida at
iw expenie to the govMiwrwnt and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July Speeding .....".."........-'".... 38 voters elect the Senators and Rep- candidates for election. Moreover,
1958. Distributed fr*. of charge to mthfary and civilian personnel of Fleat Air wellas the secret ballot is used in order
as
Reckless Driving ................0 resentatives in Congress
Jecbonvtlle/ Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing and Vice Presi- to prevent both bribery and in-
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hoapltal. Running: Stop Sign ........ 13 the President timidation of voters.

Andrew H. Planey Assistant Servke Information Officer Others ................................ 37 dent, who head the executive
Editor-Mae Spencer, JO); Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff-Robert branch of government. In parliamentary I There was a brutal honesty in
Doddi, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Seventy-four drivers ap- countries the voters the Fascist and Nazi use of the
Member of North Florida Industrial Editor Association and and International Hear
Southern before the Traffic
Councils of Industrial Editors. peared elect the members of the parlia- concept of the elite. Both of these

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ing Board at the meeting heldon ment 0 f legislature, which, in regimes openly condemned de-

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photo July 30, 1962. Dispositionof turn, selects the Prime Ministerand mocracy and called for the rule
frephs unless/ otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs the cases included the following other Ministers who head the of the superman. Communism,
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone six lost driving and on
:
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. executive branch. the; other hand, has been deceptive
parking privileges aboard the Some representative systems in its use of the elite princi
Station, nine were assigned to
remedial driving instructions, may not be as democratic as ple.

No Hike Seen For 45 received suspended penal others. In a few systems, the suf- While Communists have con
frage is so restricted that only a
ties, 16 were given warnings, tempt for the deficiencies of the
five were dismissed and three fraction of the people are represented masses, they take full advantageof

Civil Benefit PlanThe were referred to Commanding in the legislature. In the prestige attached to the
the United States, Great Britain
Officers for possible disciplinary words democracy and representative
and most free nations, however,
premium rates of the Government-wide Service action. government. They brand

Benefit Plan and the Government-wide Indemity Benefit USE CAUTION AT INTER. there is universal manhood and the democracy and representative

Plan, which together cover, about 80 per cent of the nearly SECTIONS systems of free countries as

2,000,000 employees enrolled in the Federal Employees bourgeois democracy. They claim
1. To drive safely, approach Blood DonorsTwentythree
Health Benefits program, will not be increase for the next intersection that communism is the only true

"open season" of the program is planned for late 1963, every will have expectingthat to representative system. This is
stop
contract year which begins November 1, 1962, the Commis- you to aviod accident. personnel of false propaganda attaching respected
sion has announced. The Commission also said that the next quickly an NAS donated blood to the Naval names to perverted forms.

probably in October.A 2. Slow down BEFORE you Hospital Blood Donor Center,
reach the intersection, intoit THE SOVIET UNION is not a
go July 17-18.
few of the other 35 plans !
democracy in the historical and
enroll In a plan. slowly. Then if all is clear,
participating in the program may Those making donations were:
acceletate and clear the inter- generally accepted sense of the
require premium rate increases. The "decision to hold no "openseason' sectiion quickly. Everett D. Finney, AA; Richard term, because the Soviet Government
While some plans may make in 1962 was made after Q. Burgess AE1; Robert B. Del- is in the hands of
consultation with the Federal Em- 3. Observe.. the right ..of solely
minor perfecting changes in benefits gross, AA; James E. Donnelly, the Communist Party which hasa
rate increases will be nego- ployees Health Benefits Advisory way. But if another driver insists AECS; G. L. Herrod, AN; WalterJ.
membership of about 10 mil
tiated only on the basis that theyare Committee. The Committee was upon the right of way, Jagiello, AA; and Gerald L. lion in
of 214 mil
established under the Federal I don't dispute it. Slow down and a population
needed to maintain the pro- Marker, AE1; all from AE "A" lion.
The is in turn
Party controlled
per balance between the cost of Employees Health Benefits Act of let him pass in safety. School NATTUnit James E.

present benefits and premiumrates. 1959 and advises the Commissionon 4. Never pass another ve- Bridges, AA; Lawrence D. Nelson 11 members.The by a. Presidium of only

However, any increases in matters of concern to employees hicle near or at an intersec- AA; Clarence H. Smith, AA;

rates by other plans for the next under the health benefits tion. Your view of possible Charles S. Wittbrodt, AN; and Soviet Union is not a rep-

contract year will probably be program. hazards almost certainly will Alan M. Yurman, AA; from AOA resentative government, because

small, the Commission said. There are several major factors be partly obscured by the School NATTUnit; John R. War- Soviet elections are not "free

Although there will be no gen which entered into the decision other vehicle. nke AO1; from AOB School elections," and the deputies in

eral "open season' in October of to set the next "open sea 5. Watch carefully for ve- NATTUnit and Leo E. Garrett, the Supreme Soviet have no con

1962, eligible employees who have I son" for October of 1963, the hicles turning the corner at AECA of AEB School NATT trol over the government.The .

previously elected not to enroll Commission .said. Among them your left as you approach the Unit; B. A. Pulley, PVT USMC

will have another opportunity to was the fact that for most employees intersection. They may block and Robert L. Read PVT USCM, same abuse of the word

enroll in a participating plan in the benefits and premiumrates your vision of other approaching of MAD (MFC) NATTUnit. democracy is found in Red China
will not be and all other Communist regimes.
materially
October of this year. Also, any traffic. Donating from the
Brig
employee enrolled for changed in the next contract per were: The so-called People's Republicof
now sell
6. Don't rely on stop signs. Larry D. Boggs, FA; William
iod. Also, as recently as last OCtober China is controlled by a pol-
only will bo: able to change to a There are still many reckless Green, AN; Robert A. Larkin,
after more than a year's itburo of 19 leaders who domino
self-and-family enrollment in the drivers who disregard them. AA; Danny W. Littleton BT3
;
experience with their plans, employees ate a Communist Party of 17 million !-
cam plan and option at that had an opportunity to 7. Be considerate 0 f the Richard J. Myers, AR; H. C: members in a population of

time. During a general "o p e n correct any dissatisfaction with pedestrian. Always slow down Shelley, YNSN; Edward L. Zimmerman more than 650 million people.

season" eligible employeees havean their initial choice of plans. During and let him proceed in safety. ENFN. I

unrestricted opportunity to that first "open season" only Careless driving is costlycan -

change from one plan or option about five percent of the en- afford
you it? DRIVE The First Letter Ever Writtento
to another or. if not enrolled to rolled employeees changed plans.THREE SAFELY!


Freedoms Foundation

wasn't quite this hardto
DIVINE
S read, and it made a

''SERVICES .' lot mores sensel Now

<< '; : '4t" r '" we're looking for your

entry In the 1962 Letter

PROTESTANT0830Holy Awards Program. Write

Communion, All type, printor even

Saints' Chapel0930Naval : .i, Yf, ', a carve a 100-500 word

:r :; Hospital Chapel ; i.' .summary of your ideas

0930-Service of Divine Wor- on "My Freedoms andWashingtonHonorMed |

ship, All Saints' Chapel My Responsibilities"

1100-Service of Divine Wor- send the result to Free- ,

ship, All Saints' Chapel dom Foundation VaH,
kK fi t s: 4r. CATHOLICSunday ley Forge, Pa. Cash ,

awards and George

0630-Naval Hospital Chapel -

NARTU MAINTENANCE Department civilian employees 0900-1200-St. Edwards Chapel als are waiting for the
recently received checks for sustained superior performance Weekdays winners. Nov 1 I is the
from NARTU's Commanding Officer, CAPT R. E. 0700-King Hall deadline, but donf,
Elliott Jr., (left). Being presented a $150 check is Perry H. The first Id-
Saturday It off!
Rainer, aviation metalsmlth, as Ralph W. Barnett aviation put
this
electrician and John D. Llverman. electronics technician (right) 0800-St Edward's Chapel ter wo receive
look on. Barnett also received a $150 check while Liverman't Confessions are heard from year mould be' yours.
award was $200. 1900-2000.






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Mayport Beauty PagentDraws



10 Lovely MissesTen



lovely Misses, one of whom will reign as Miss May-

port of 1962, will parade before a crowd of over ,'500, August

10, as the Mayport Naval Station conducts its first full-

.cr'1g.. ... hgI1f ? '! tu.nf I
'" "- .J t""b "U '
Beach.
Families of the contestants,
CAPT Richard L. Kibbe,
members of the sponsoring
Commanding Officer,
Mayport
Mayport units and invited
will present the winner's trophy,
guests are expected to swell thetation's
and trophies to the first run
Enlisted Men's Club to
ner up, Miss Talent and Miss
its capacity of 650.
Congeniality.Five .
The girls, all from the greater persons will judge the
Jacksonville area, will be vying
pageant: one officer, one chief
for the Miss Mayport crown in
petty officer, one enlisted man,
four categories: swim suit,
one male civilian and one female -
evening gown, talent and poise either military or civil-
and personality. They are: ian. Names of the judges will
Cathlinn (Cathy) Pitzke; Jane be withheld until the eveningof

Stuckey; Judy Pierce; Rhoda the pageant.Joe .

(Lithona) Rozier; Linda D. Dennison, PN1, of NAS

Connell; Bonita ( Bonnie ) Cecil Field, will serve as Master
Stacks; Penelope (Penny ) of Ceremonies during the page

SEEK MAYPORT CROWN-Beautifying Mayport's beach are eight of the 10 lovelies vying Wintz; Sue Ellen Wisniewski; ant which is scheduled to beginat
for the 1962 Miss Mayport crown. They are left to right, Penelope (Penny) Wintz, Linda Diane Sondra M. Sweeting; and Linda 1830. Dennison has directed
Brasseit Sondra M. Sweeting, Cathlinn Claire Pitzke, Bonita Louise Slacks Judy Iris Pierce, Jane Diane Brasseit.
Stuckey and Rhoda Lithona Rozier. Not present for the photo were Linda Connell and Sue Ellen the Miss Cecil Field contest for
Wisniewski. The contest Mayport's first full-scale pageant, will be held at that Station's EM Miss Adelaide Smith, Miss the past three years.
Club on August 10. Mayport of 1961 and newly. March Wilson and his band

crowned Miss Duval County, will will play for the occasion and

I RADM Carson Sees be present to crown and con- for a dance which will climax

100 Volunteers Take PartIn gratulate the new Queen. the pageant's festivities.Miss .

1920 Shipmate On The new Miss Mayport will Mayport of 1962 will
be awarded a beautiful trophy, reign for one year and participate -

2nd Navy Shelter Test Okla. TourA an expense paid weekend to in homecoming programsand
City Florida's Silver Springs, a fifty other events at Mayport.She .

42-year-old reunion was experienced dollar Savings Bond and an expense will also enter the Miss
WASHINGTON (AFPS-Two) navy officers and 98 enlisted by RADM Joseph M. paid weekend at the Ebb- Florida Crown contest to be

volunteers will particiate in the Navy's second man- Carson, ComFairJax/ComNabSix, tide, Motel at Jacksonville held August 25.

ned test of the experimental underground shelter at Beth- when he made a recent visit to

cr1!1 Md... .. _
VUVIVI, ** v I. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
',1 ne test, scheduled to begin It was there he met with Ken
Aug. 1, is a summer version of Now We Know Oklahoma
(Flanery, an City
last Febru- -
the tests, conducted building contractor. :
at the same site, and is a
ary
Both men were stationed together -
study of shelter living under Aboui Pilots I aboard the USS Oklahoma r'V _

hot weather conditions.Its in 1920, at which time
objective is to determine
Admiral Carson
i was a pilotone -
whether the shelter's size, (Reprinted from U.S. Lady of the Navy's first-while, _
shape, building materials, sani- Magazine) I Flanery was serving as a fire-
facilities and sleeping arrangements -
tary A fifth grader at the San man on the battleship.The .
are adequate for
Mateo Park (Calif.) School was reunion followed a visit
prolonged hot weather use. by the admiral to the commander
asked to write about what he '
No time length for the Aug-
of the Thirty-Second North ;
wanted to be when he grew up.
ust test has been announced.The h
American Air Defense Command -
Military pilots will be interestedin
February cold weather lest
this junior layman's view of region. -* <
lasted two weeks, during which their jobs."I Admiral Carson was briefedon I
time the volunteers were com thtf air defense role of the *_
pletely out of touch with the want to be a pilot when I region a/id discussed his land r 1'f'Z ::

outside world.Temperatures. grow up. because it's a fun and carrier based fighter air- ;: idhh1
inside the shel- job and easy to do pilots craft units which would be ; : ::

ter reached 82 degrees during don't need much school, they turned over to NORAD and 44 +

that test although the buildinghas just have to learn numbers so placed under the operational ., t 1!' i

no heating system. they can read their instruments.I control of the 32nd in event of 4 3l 4 I ..- ".J:),. ....J
The shelter is a buried steel guess they should be able to enemy attack. DUAL RETIREMENT-CDR Lucille M. Harkins (left) and
arch structure, 25 feet wide read road maps so they won'tbe LCDR Lourie Camble cut a cake in honor of their dual retirement
similar to the I lost. Pilots should be braveso Traffic last Monday ending 20 years of Navy Nurse Corps service.
and 48 feet long, Cop: "Use your noodle Present for the occasion was CAPT Joseph M. Hanner (MC)
N a v y's ammunition storage they won't be scared if it's lady!" (center), CO of the Naval Hospital who praised the two ladies
magazine. It is equipped with foggy and they can't see, or ifa Woman Driver: "Where is it? for their devotion to military medical service. He also read
five double rows of bunks, five wing or motor falls off I've pushed and pulled every- letters of appreciation from ADM Edwin C. Kenney, Surgeon
General, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and CAPT Ruth
high, for a total of 50 beds. The Pilots have to have good eyesto thing else in the car." Earckson Director of the Navy Nurse Corps.
men will sleep in two shifts. see through clouds and they
can't be afraid of lightning or

thunder because they're closerto

them than we are. Pilots
NX Announces
make more money than they

Aug. 8 OpeningOf can spend. This is because most
people think flying is dangerous -

Beauty ShopThe except pilots don't because
they know how easy it is. There

Navy Exchange announces isn't much I don't likq except

that on Wednesday, girts like pilots and all the

August 8, a new NX Beauty stewaredsses want to marry
will be opened at the
Shop
pilots so they always have to
Naval Hospital, Bldg. II2009.
A special feature of the chase them away so they won't,

new shop is that it will have bother them. I hope I don't get

evening hours. It will be air sick because I get car sick

open Monday through Friday .and if I get air sick I couldn'tbe .
from 0900 to 2000 and on ,t. :.: .
,
a pilot and then I'd have to III --A, .f"
0900 to 1500. J ,i -
Saturdays from -, :
/ ; JII
Appointments can be made go to work. Lg/ -- __: ..-.A-- .......; .< '(M.JM_______,
Mainside Ext. 560. JOIN CPO WIVES-Seven wives of newly appointed chief petty officers gathered at the
by calling 'SubmittedbyLTCOL CPO Club last week for a "Welcome Aboard" coffee. Guest speaker for the occasion was Mrs.
Special ribbon-cutting ceremonies Mary J. Compton (second from left), wife of CAPT James R. Compton NAS Commanding Of-
will be held on C. V. Glines ficer. Club President, Gerry Hunt (seated left), serves the new members (left to right), Evelyn
August 8, at 0900. Newschanger, Jean Carpenter, Marqje Smatla Shirley Eckert Ruth Smith, Linda Pasha and Ann
'McLean, Virginia Vavra. Other invited guest not shown in photo were Marie Boyettte and Helen Jones.



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 2 August 1962


Preseason Grid ft


Practice Begun JAXAJR NEWS SPORTS'L


By Jax BearsFall


football practice begins

early for the Jacksonville Bears, 24 Boats Enter
but the season also arrives soon .
for the city's first professionalgrid
team. Jax Tri-Club RaceThe
Coach Al Bassett and his assistant -

Bob Williams, greeted first Tri-Club Sailing Regatta of the Fall Series got
about 95 candidates at Durkee k '- underway at the Jax Navy Sailing Club when some 24 sail-
Field Tuesday. Approximately > boats raced on the St. Johns River last Saturday and Sun-

200 prospective players answer- day. .
ed the initial call early in the Foul weather made a big difference -
onehalf points while Eversole
summer from which about 50 in the two days of rac-
took second in the first race but
were told to report for Fall tda ing. In Saturdays race, 16 boats
did not finish the second race,
drills. Meanwhile, others have entered. Of these, six boats cap-
ending up with a score of two
asked for a tryout and the ]j Aa qa.y sized and one boat ,dropped out points.A .
team's scouts have sent in some because of rain leaving only nineto
class for youngsters, the
to swell the ranks to just under }r finish. There were three races Sunfish
running was won by Eric
100. The squad will be cut to scheduled for Sunday but only
Honor who took two first places
35 about September 1. one was able to start because of
and one third, giving him the
The players will meet for the downpoor and winds of 20
overall win in the final day of
organized practice three nights knots.
the event with five and onehalf
each week, Tuesday, Thursdayand GEORGE MAISH, skipper of points.
Friday, and go through the Panic Party, won the five
WEEKEND SAILORS CDR V. P. Andersonand John Townes lead the first
conditioning routines Monday -Skippered by boat Snipe Class with one fourth
LT Jake Kertz, this sleek Rhodes Bantam sailboat
swept day competition in the Sunfish
and first to give
and Wednesday. across the finish line to take first place during last weekend'sfirst place one place
Practice the first week will Tri-Club Sailing Regatta held at NAS. The Jax Navy him a total of seven and one- Class with a first place and a
consist of time trials, offensivepass Sailing Club hosted the event which had various local club con- fourth points. second place win, but resolved to
participating. second place when he didn't start
drills, offensive play pat- With only a quarter of-a point
terns from the Baltimore Colt separating him from Maish, Bert Sundays race. His score was only
offense, defensive formations, Champion PackersIn Verway in Double Trouble took Ii one fourth of a point short of

punting drills, agility drills and second, leaving third 'place to Honour.
conditioning work. The practice Glen Murphy, skipper of the Third went to Terry Knowlesand

session will be open to the pub- Witchcraft, with six and onehalf Ed Grissom in the Sunfish
lic. Durkee Field is the old Jax August 18 points.It "2" with a second place and a

baseball park on Myrtle Ave. was a close race in the' thjrd place win to give them

The team's first game will bea Come. August 18 Jacksonville fans will see the greatest II Rhodes Bantam Class until the i I three points.
preseason affair in Mel- team in football-the world champion Green Bay Packers.The deciding day. George Baldwin, Skipper of the Cougar Cat,
bourne, Aug. 25 with Orlando. Packers, who have got- skipper of the Blyth Spirit, and George Monthan took the Open
The first Florida Football ten a head start in practice on play the New York Giants in] CDR V. F. Anderson of the Ban- Class all the way by winning '

League game will be in the Ga- the rest of the National Foot- Canton, Ohio on August 11th tam Alpha were tied in the first two firsts to give him the win
ball teams take the day's bid with four and onehalf with a score of three and onehalf.
tor Bowl, Saturday evening, League on before they take on the Packers
Sept. 8 with Miami. St. Louis Cardinals, at the Gator here in Jax a week later. points. In the second day of com- Second place went to Steve Wil-
Bowl stadium at 2000. petition Baldwin did not finish son with one and onehalf points.

The Packers are early with The Packer-Cards game is the race due to bad weather, giv- THE JAX NAVY SAILING

Sports their practice this year because sponsored by the Jacksonville ing Anderson a two point first Club entered their Whale Boatto

they take on the College All- Charities, with all proceeds go- place margin of six and one-half.I set sail in the Crusier Class
Events Stars in Chicago earlier than ing to charity. Dean Johnson of the Delta placed with Bill Hopkins as its skipper.It .
usual, on August 3. third in the class with three was unopposed in it's class,
CalendarThe Spirits in the Green Bay NAS Special Services in Bldg points. gaining two and onehalf pointsin

camp have risen sharply since 704 has some excellent 40-50 THE WINDMILL Class was the race.

deadline for signing up the return from military serviceof yard line tickets for the pro won by Noble Enge, with two The next Regatta is to be
for the IM Bowling League is high-scoring, versatile halfback game. Box seats are $5, while first place victories over Dr. Joe hosted by the Florida Yacht
August 3.Anyone. Paul Horning. Horning 'reserved seats sell for $5 and Eversole, skipper of the Meriso. Club and scheduled for August
the league's most valuable player $2.50. Enge had a score of four and 25 and 26.NATTU.

interested in officia- last year is expected to see

ting IM Touch Football may attend some action against the All-
the Referees Clinic which Stars and will be going at full Judomen JourneyTo Sports
will start on August 7 in the speed by the time the game
Athletic Office at the Mainside with the Cards comes off in

gym, beginning at 1600. Jacksonville on August 18th. Tampa TourneyThree RoundupBy
The Cards, under new coach
The first meeting for IM Wally Lemm, will not have as D. W. Warren, JOSN
Touch Football will be held at much time to get ready. They Seniors and some 20 Juniors will represent NAS at NATTU's two-day swim meetis
the Southern Invitational Judo
Tournament which will be
1900 on August 8 in the Athletic set for August 20-21 with
held at Tampa, Fla., on August 4 and 5. The contest is
Office Bldg 3. The second
entry deadline on August 17.
Suns Return To expected to draw over 200 competitors. -
meeting is to be held on Wed The newly formed Jax Navy Entries are expected from
I
nesday, August 15. welcome to and Support Services, the Marine
Judo Club is now preparing for ways come see
Jax For Wings 'the tournament with practices the workout matches. Persons Aviation Detachment, the AO

The first game for the Jax and matches and physical ex- that are interested in becoming Schools, the AE "A" School and
Navy Varsity Softball team will Chief SeriesThe ercises. members of the Club can call the AE "B" School.

be played tonight against Joe's injury-ridden Jax Suns, Black Belt contenders who Pretzil at Ext. 278 or see himat Three events will be run August
Machine Shop of the Jackson- one of the 20 and the other
striving to stay atop the Inter- will represent the Senior Divi- practice sessions. two, Aug-
ville Commercial League. The national League, return to their sion in the :Tampa Tourney are Judo suits may be checkedout ust 21. First day events are
game will be a double-header home grounds Monday to openan Bob Jones, 2nd grade black at Special Services. the 150 meter medley, consist-

starting at 1930 on EnterpriseField. eight-game home stand. belt, Willie Jones, 1st grade Willie Jones, who won first ing of the back stroke, the

Manager Ben Geraghty's black belt and Ronald Pfetzil, place in the Florida State breast stroke and freestyle: 50

The second home game is charges, hit hard by injuries 1st grade black belt. Championship Tournament last meter breast stroke; and the 50

scheduled with the Fire Depart- during the past couple of weeks, The Junior Division consistsof February, traveled to Chicago meter freestyle.
ment of the Jacksonville City take on the Syracuse Chiefs ona youngsters ranging in age to represent the Sunshine State Second day competition will

League on Monday, August 6, four-game series opening from 6 to 16 who are under the in the National AAU playoffs, include the 50 meter back
followed on August 8 with a Monday. The Rochester Red instruction of Bob Jones and bringing home fifth place in the stroke, and the 200 meter free-

game against Cecil Field. Wings move into .the Jax ball Pretzil. The Juniors also strivefor 140 pound weight class. style relay.
park for a four game series, colored belts ranging from *
All home games will be played Future plans of the club are It has been
starting August 10, including white, yellow, orange, green going: to the Florida announced that
at 1930 on Enterprise Field.A double header Promotional NATTU will field team in
& on the llth. and blue. Practices are held on a
Tourney and the
Single games during the week Saturday mornings from 1000 to ern Invitational South East- the 6ND Softball competition at

dam across North Bay, near start at 1930; Sunday games at 1130 in Bldg 726. of Tournamentboth Charleston during the latter
Panama City, has created a new 1800; and double headers at At present there are 10 regis- which dates are not"yet part of August.R. .
5,500-acre fresh-water. reservoir 1800. tered members for the Senioror known. In September the Juniors D. Rabanus, whose AE

which will be stocked and Tickets for all Suns gamesare Adult Class who meet on are planning a local tour- "Gold" team is champion of the

opened to public fishing by the available at reduced pricesfor Mondays and Wednesdays from nament in which they will corrf- NATTU Intramural League, is

Game and Fresh Water Fish servicement at NAS Spec- 1830 to 2030 also in Bldg 726. pete with other Clubs in the coaching the team, and reportsare
Commission in 1963. ial Services, Bldg. 704. Visitors and spectators are al- Jacksonville area. that a strong team is shap-
ing up.




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2 August 1962
SAX AIR NEWS bBattle



ReadinessAwarded Three Club Charter Memberships Open To




Jax SquadronsThree Victims Of Camera 'Shutter-Bug' Bite

Jacksonville-based nav-

al air squadrons and one from

Sanford have won the Atlantic In the past decade of photography the art of picture

Fleet's "Battle Readiness' com- taking has been made easier to understand and practice

petition for fiscal year 1962. through the aids provided by scientific developments. As a

VADM Frank O'Bierne, Com- result, the "shutter bug" has influenced millions of camera
mander Naval Air Force, At- I :< :v owners to join the ranks of photographic societies across the

lantic Fleet, has declared the nation.Do .
:
award winners to be Fighter { -
Squadron 31, based at Cecil you have any idea what will be valueless if there are

Field, Attack Squadron 15 and it's like to be bitten by one of not enough cameramen interested -

Patrol Squadron 18, based at these "bugs". .what the affects in taking advantage of these

NAS Jacksonville, and Heavy It might be? unique facilities and becoming

Attack Squadron 5, based at In getting answers to these members of the club.

Sanford Naval Air Station. questions, you might ask one of AS OUTLINED by the still-

Fighter Squadron 31, cur- eight victims here at NAS. rough Club Constitution.. .
rently serving with the Sixth f. "Any person.. 15 years of age

Fleet in the Mediterranean on These energetic, "photo-bug- or older. may become a mem-

board the carrier USS ShangriLa bitten" enthusiasts are presentlyin ber. It will be open to all active -

will receive the award for the process of "developing"' retired and reserve 'military -

being the best all-weather jet the scientific art of photographyinto personnel and their dependents -

fighter squadron in 'the Atlantic what they hope to lable as .. There will also

Fleet; Attack Squadron 15, the "Navy Jax Camera Club". be asosciate and honorary mem-

| now in the Caribbean and operating THROUGH THE COOPERA- berships.The .

I from the carrier USS TION of LCDR C. A. Hooper, Jr., purpose of conductingthe

Franklin D. Roosevelt, for being .:l: \::: 4.hC: ::... one time local Fleet Air Photo a Camera Hobby Shop Club Photo is twofold Lab as
{the foremost light attack propeller ;J. """ &' Lab Officer and presently the :
aircraft; Patrol Squadron ; + :';::':f..:..::\; i} NAS Special Services Officer, First-to provide training lec-

118, at NAS Jacksonville, for be- ;/' :m .Jio 1i .* these photo fans are rebuildingthe tures on proper' use of equip

[ing the best patrol squadron; and v : lab ment and chemicals, teach the
*; it.: / i photo spaces located in
= layman the procedures of developing -
Attack 5 at
Heavy Squadron the Mainside Hobby Shop.
anford, for being the top heavy "SHUTTER-BUG VICTIMS"-Undertaking the project of and printing negativesand
ttack jet squadron.The building up the NAS Hobby Shop's Photo Lab into a Nary The lab is still inoperable but prints, and proper handlingof
Jax Camera Club are Gerald Johnson (left) and John Howard has great potential of being one darkroom equipment. Secondto
USS Saratoga, home- protective club members. The lab has been shut down for sometime
orted at Mayport Naval Station now but efforts are being made to renew its function of of the finest amateur military create interest in salon

and now undergoing repairs providing entertaining and educational features. Thus far, eight camera club darkrooms the photography, exchange ideas
at the Norfolk Naval shipyard photo enthusiasts have been "bitten" by the bug, however, club Navy has to offer. To bring this and pictures, and conduct inter-
officials will not be elected until 20 charter members The
Join. into reality, however, it is club and area competition as
also won an "efficiency" next meeting of the growing facility is 1900 August the go-
ward for outstanding performnce second deck of the Hobby Shop. ing to require a good numberof well as develop a sound founda-

in the ship's air and communications -- off-duty hours of remolding, tion of photographic fellowship.
departments. designing and polishing on behalf Before the club elects its

O&R of its members.AS first club officials, it is desired
Actual presentation of the Building Unique
[wards will be made at a futureate. OF RIGHT NOW, thereare that at least 20 charter mem-
three enlargers capable of I bers be listed on the club roster.

Dust-Proof RoomDust handling from 35mm to 4x5 THE NEXT SCHDULED

negatives, two film] processingrooms MEETING, open to all those per-

uccess Of ICBM invisible to the eye, can cause havoc with opera- a large printing room sons who qualify as mentioned

tion of complex controls such as are employed in the navi- and a finishing room, and, a above, will be held August 9

violences Nation's gational and weapons guidance systems of modern mili- large asset, one airconditioningunit. on the second deck of the Hob-

tary aircraft. The continuing trend towards compactnessand by Shop at 1900.

miniaturization has produced increasing demands on But all this equipment, plus So, bring your camera-be it

efense Know How carefully controlled environments for all stages of manufacture numerous supplies and the expected a Linhof or box Browniebecome -

WASHINGTON (AFPS) and calibration.A Special Services support, a member of the Navy
significant role in the space Jax Camera Club, and exper-
The Army's Nike-Zeus: has
age is being undertaken by required to enter the chamber v ience the bite of the "shutter
ccesfully
intercepted a special NAS Jax, in the present con- through a corridor containing bug".
rget vehicle launched by
an
Ulas intercontinental ballistic struction of a new type of pre- filtered air showers and auto-
fabricated, ultraclean facility of matic shoe cleaners. They will SS9 Manager: "Where'd you get
issue from California. -
4,700 square feet within the be clothed in laboratory clean the black eye?"
Secretary of Defense McNaara
Overhaul and Repair Depart- garments, including antiperspirant Traveling salesman: "It's a
commenting on the suc- ment. gloves, bootees and bon- berthmark. I got into the wrongone
ssful Nike-Zeus said
shot "
nets. on the train last night.
his event evidences the ex- The cost of the new clean
nsive and continuing nature room is approximately $280,000and Interior of the structure will
will be constructed of dust have coved corners and sealed
the U. S. program to under-
and the capabilities and limi- repellent, insulated steel panels wall junctures and a sound absorbing Puttering

tions of antimissile systems. incorporating necessary doors, translucent panel ceil-
ducts and utili- ing above which a highintensity -
windows
shows that we speak of such lights, 9 a AroundOn
btters from knowledge. ties within a sealed, airtight lighting system will supply
diffused illumination suited
to
chamber.The .
.y
dinated"Concurrently fashion and in a co- most minute dust parti- extremely close tolerance work.In August 14 and 15 Joe Mac-
the United Donald, NAS Golf Pro, will con-
ates has been cles, down to 0.3 micron addition to these environ-
carrying out a
duct a Junior Golf Clinic at 0900
((0.0000117 inches in diameter) mental controls strict
ogram to insure that our a pro- for all interested junior golfers.
issues will be excluded from the of control shall be
will penetrate antimis- gram dust This clinic will be utilized for
e systems which might be chamber by a special air filtration maintained through provisionfor
lessons and to explain rules] and
system and an air con- i
countered. non-dusting, non-flaking 4' y yto. is
golf] courtesy. There no chargefor
ditioning system which also I furnishings and equipment
"These programs give us con- a this clinic.
provides precision temperatureand exotic maintenanceand
planned,
'ence that our missiles would
.
control.
able to penetrate any such humidity housekeeping program, restricted -

stem which has been develed Production personnel will be entry, intensive person- ,q1rF On August 16 and 17 the Sta-

> by anyone." nel training programs and con- > > '. tion will conduct a 36-hole medal
The Nike-Zeus installation stant monitoring of particle size tournament for all military and
Kiddies To Frolic
.
Fed in the test is located on contamination.The civilian junior dependents of NAS

fe Pacific island of Kwajalein. Other Sat.The workmen are now puttingthe golf members. There will be three
I The ICBM re-entry target Every finishing touches on the ul- flights for ages 14 and over, 10
r
hide, designed for the test, first and third Satur- tra-clean facility room which to 13 and 10 and under. Nine
ad been will be used for overhauling holes will be each
launched at PCBM' days of August, Kiddie games played day
eed using an Atlas booster will be held topside at the CPO gyroscopic instruments and oth- with two winners in each flight.

unched by the Air Force at Club at NAS from 1000 to 1200. er electronic aviation devices. DRUMMER GIRL Sultry There will be a green fee of one
andenberg According to Charles W. Brum- Jackie Kent the GI Version of dollar for the tournament.
AFB Calif. of military
All children per- Abbie Lane, beats a good
Neither the intercepting mis- sonnel and their guests from baugh, Industrial Project En- rhythm on the bongos. Jackie, .
lie nor the target vehicle car- ages six to 15 are cordially in- gineer with Production Engin- together with a group of other
led a nuclear warhead. The vited. eering Group, the dust free top entertainers, appears in the On August 21-22-23 a match
tercept room will be completed any- USO chow, "Chasing the play, junior tournament will be
test used extremelyecise Games will be sponsored by Gloom." The show has left ,
[ tracking equipment to Navy Wives Club No. 86. where between October and De- New York for a tour of Alaska held with the same rules and
d its target. cember of this year. and the Pacific. charges as above.






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Yearly Control Wildlife Trophy Flight Ops Over




Set Up By DOD VMA-142 ReturnsMarine


A fish and game conservation Attack Squadron 142 returned here last Ftiday

award will be made annually by I from 15 days annual summer maneuvers held at the Marine
the Secretary of Defense to the I i Corps Air Station Beaufort S. C.

military establishment conduct- The ,unit, augmented by 15
ing the most outstanding con- Is aviation specialists from the
Camp Perry
servation program during the Marine Air Reserve Training

preceding calendar year. Detachment here, begun opera-
The award will consist of two Squared Away; tions at Beaufort on July 14.

trophies, one to be inscribed with THE FIRST WEEK of training,

the name of the winning installation Shooting Begun squadron pilots concentrated on

and retained in the flying bombing missions in their
Secretary's office and the otherto WASHINGTON (AFPS) A4D "Skyhawk" jet attack

be given to the winner for More than 60 miles of wire was bombers, hitting a target area

permanent possession. strung by the Army Signal near Shaw AFB in South Caro-

Uniform policies and proce- Corps to serve scoring machinesand lina.

dures for fish and game conser- loud speakers at the Na- During VMA144's second
tional Rifle Matches, Camp
vation porgrams on military res- week of maneuvers, ground
ervations were established last TRAINING SCENE-LIne crews of VMA-142 ready A4D Perry, Ohio, which began in late crewmen got a real workout.
"Skyhawk" let attack bombers which conducted flights from July.
February by of The
a Department
dawn to dusk at the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. S.C.. squadron assumed the role
Defense Directive implementingPublic during their 15-day training period which ended last Friday. The Army, Navy and Air of an aggressor air force parti-
Law 797 of the 86th Con- Pilots of the Marine squadron logged almost 400 hours flight Force combined furnished approximately cipating in an air-ground exer-
gress. time largely due to the 90 percent availability of the aircraft 2,300 support per- cise conducted in the Camp Le-
provided by the ground crews.
Among the features of the directive sonnel to provide the services jeune, N.C., area. They kept

was the opening of military necessary for the matches in the squadron jets in the air on

reservations to civilian hunt- Beware Of TV To Show which over 8,000 sharpshootersare a dawn to dusk operation that

ers and fishermen on those posts participating. The shooters, had two jets headed for the

where such hunting and fishing Good Driving VP-741 DutyWFGA both men and women representall area, two over it, and two returning -

would not interfere with the TV. Channel 12, 50 States. to Beaufort during a

post's military mission. ConditionsContrary will telecast a special movieon Data processing machines, operated three-day period.

The directive also requires that August 8 at 2200 of the by 12 officers and 98 enlisted THE SQUADRON, commandedby

the commanders of all installations to expectations, the active-duty performances l men, work around the Lieutenant Colonel Darwin

which have conservation I winter months-in spite of low- Patrol Squadron 741. clock during the matches to P. Glaese of Miami, Fla. received -

programs, negotiate cooperative ered visibility and"slippery pave- This program should be of keep up with the scoring. Re a "Well Done" from

agreements with state officialsand ments-are not the worst monthsfor high local interest in that sults are usually announced Brigadier .General Louis B.

regional directors of the accidents to off-duty military many of the squadron per- '}vi thin one hour and a half after Robertshaw, Commander, Mar

Fish and Wildlife Service in the personnel. Records reVeal that sonnel are employed here at receiving the score sheets. ine Air Reserve Training.

states where the bases are lo- fatalities and injuries to mili- NAS. An Act of Congress in 1903 Also at Beaufort was Marine

cated. I tary personnel increase as driv- VP-741, one of four Navy established the National Matches Air Reserve Group-14, a unit

Deputy Secretary of Defense ing conditions improve and stayat Reserve components called with participation limited t o oe composed of field grade officers

Roswell L. Gilpatric, signer of that higher level through fall back to active duty by Pres- active armed services and th on active duty for training in

the directive,_ stated at that time, and early winter. ident Kennedy last October, National Guard. The national staff work. Colonel Frank R.

"Intelligent and sympathetic un- This may be because dry was placed on the inactivelist Defense Act, passed in 1916, i Porter, Jr., Commanding Officer -

derstanding of America's natural pavements cause a false sense of yesterday. Its crewmen opened the matches to civilian of MARTD Jacksonville,
resources problems and the security and taking I extra i have now returned to. their teams. served as CO for this group dur-

observances of sound chances. Perhaps greater dis- "Weekend Warrior" status. ing their training period.
f
tion practices must conserva-I tances are logged on leave ant

an important and identifiable liberty travel when the weather

function of the command man- I is nice. Or maybe, there are not I Movie Guide I
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agement. I, the constant reminders about good Coast Guard To

driving we hear in the winter.
Movies will be shown regu-
Whatever the reason may be, Celebrate 172d
larly at 1900 on Monday
I the fact remains that more serious -
through Saturday; at 1400 and
; Classified I I accidents occur when driving Birthday Aug. 4 d 1900 on Sundays, at the Main-
conditions are good. Death does
side and NATTU theaters and
not take a holiday just becausewe WASHINGTON (AFPS) '
at 1900 only on Sundays at the
(The Jar Air News is prohI- do.
bited by Defense Department The Coast Guard, this couptry's Hospital theater. These timesare
foremost for maritime subject to
regulations agency I change.
from
listing
commercial -
advertising. Time Valueless/ safetly, will celebrate its Thursday. August 2
172nd anniversary Aug. 4. Mainside- Gone With The
Ads in this column are limitedto I If Gained By During these years, this Wind.
housing, for. rent and sale, 4 :>
small 30,000-man force has NATTUnit-The Story Of The
I'
I rooms, lost and found items and Taking Chances made many contributions in Count Of Monte. Cristo.

miscellaneous .(such as rides A recent test conducted by the field of oceanography and Hospital-Birdman Of Alca-

wanted swaps duty asisgnments.) the Security Department has maritime navigation.Last .. traz.
No ads are taken by phone, shown the amount of time +4.yo Friday. August 3
all year, 173 trainees of 35
must be submitted
-
personally
saved when a car is driven Mainside-War Hunt.NATTUnitGone .
or by mail. The Jax Air News madly and recklessly to downtown governments were trained in i With The

Deadline for as each week is Jacksonville In one casea techniques of maritime safety Wind.
reserves right to edit all ads. and law. Some of the more
motorist "gunning" his car Hospital-The Story Of The
widely known tasks of this
Tuesday at 1200). through traffic cutting Count Of Monte Cristo.
force are maritime law enforce
FOR RENT through lanes, running through Saturday. August 4
ment, merchant marine inspec
Unfurn 6 rm house, 1 bth, $60 per. amber lights, taking long tion ; Mainside-I Like Money.
port security and
mo.; EV 8-5517. chances, and violating every COopI.'ation NAT'IUnit-War Hunt.
Cedar Hilli-4 bdrm., 2 bth.) $14per 5 traffic within with the Navy in the. Arc
courtesy possible Hospital Gone With The
-
mo.; EV 9-6985 of CH 99607. tic and Antarctic.
i the limits of the law arrived Wind.
Furn room and Kit., $35 per. mo.;
EV 84235. only four minutes ahead ADM Edwin J. Roland, Commandant I Sunday, August 5
San Juan-unfurn house, 2 bdrm.; $68 of his competitor who obeyed of the Coast Guard, Mainside-Air Patrol.

per mo.; EX 81485. i strictly every law, courtesy, notes that in the field of search NATTUnit-I Like Money.
Murray Hill-2 bdrm. house, kit
EV 9.4275 of SP 12877. equip.; i and rule of the road. and rescue last year, the service Hospital-War Hunt.

L.keahore-Furn apt.; $50 per, mo.;1' In another case, the speeder saved 3,499 persons and answered Monday, August 6
EV 94275. arrived three minutes ahead 32,335 assistance calls Mainside-Solomon And She-
Unfurn 3 bdrm house, 4526 Blount of the safe driver. Each of us involving a property value of NO CAGE HERE-Just a few ba.
Ave.; EV 77388. inches longer and this fin.foot.
should ask ourself this than
billion.
more $1.7
Furn 3 room apt., 2574 Pot St., $75 ques- one-and-a-half inch diamond NATTUnit-Air Patrol.
per. mo.; EV 6-6301. tion "What is the value of a back rattler would match the Hospital-I Like Money.
Orange, park-2 bdrm, furn. apt; CO few minutes saved by taking height of its subduer Tom Tuesday August 7
45151. chances." If we are wise, we Shampine AA, of HAS Ordn- Mainside-Six
Black
Bhy e0 of Iho Tunas Horses.
FOR SALE will see that time saved by ance. The sailor exercised his
NATTUnit
.45 pistol marksmanship on the Solomon And
Cedar Hill-4 bdrm, 2 bth $145 per. speed at great risk is of little JFMXIPO deadly serpent's head last week Sheba.
mo. EV 9-6985 or EV 99607. I
; value.
as he came across the 10lb.
Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bth, (lowdown YOUR BEST belly crawler during a night Hospital-Air Patrol.Wednesday .'
payment, $103 per mo.; EV LIFE WILL patrol security check of the August 8
8-1696.. Woman;; to friend: "George andI DOe ordnance area. Shampine, a native Mainside-It Happened In
THIS N7HAT like the same things, only h E REST: of Northern Michigan says Athens.
Ride wanted from 5334 Appleton Ave. likes to save it and I like to ...Ayen AKDS o it was quite an experience since NATTUnit-Six Black Horses.
Lakeshore to NAS, 0730.1600; WarrickExt. the only other rattlers he has I
725 or EV 71619.. spend it. seen have been caged. Hospital-Solomon> And Shebapa.


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