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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1962
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Monday is a holiday, deadline Don't Be A Never Page 2

for photos and copy for use Jft S American Beauties Page 3

in next week's Air News is
Page 4
tomorrow, 1200, August 31. Sports

Paper will go to press next Shore Billet Tips Page 5

Wednesday. Shriners Shine Page 6

Vol. 20 No. 25 U.S. NAS JacksonrilU. Fla. 30 August 1962

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&t..'" '.;E$1.S i. \\ : /''>.':" ",.,. :"'J 1 Patrol Squadron Eighteen Detachment left here Tuesday to join with other naval

; 1:4: \::' > 1 :': :: and air force units of several South American countries for a four month combined anti-
: >': exercise dubbed
'j. ''' ?' submarine warfare training exercise. This will be the third year ,
UNITAS III has been held.
1 The 36 man'detachment, is fly-
1022)) from Newport, Rhode Island USN Commander South Atlantic
ing two P 2 V Neptune patrol
; the submarine USS Picuda Force has been designated as
bombers and is supported by a
(SS-382)) from Key West, Florida Task Force Commander by Ad-
R4Y from Patuxent River, Md.
and an R4Y transport aircraft miral Robert L. Dennison, Com-
The was scheduled to
group from Tactical Air Squadron One mander in Chief, U S. Atlantic
make its first stop at Port of
p- A based at Patuxent River, Mary- Fleet.
Spain, Trinidad and from there
they will) go to Belem and Bra- land. Lieutenant Commander WarrenP.
Rear Admiral J. A. Tyree, Of-
Vosseler has been named
silia, Brazil, and a tour which
cover the major nations and ficer-in-Charge of the VP-18 De-

coastal cities of South America. NAS Will tachment. He will be assisted by

..:, '"'''' """ ,. J'ltktt The participating units are Supply LT Thomas E. Blaine.
::;{, >P 'Pi$.A.,,t11 slated to return to their home Other VP-18 officers selectedfor

VP-18 PRESS CONFERENCE-Local JacksonYllle pressmen ports upon completion of the exercise Host Warehouse the exercise are LTJG Albert -
George Brolin (left) of WJXT Channel 4, and Lou Bush of the about December 10, 1962. M. Ames, LTJG Byran It.
Times-Union briefed LCDR W. O. Vosseleron
newspaper are by
visits VP-18 units will make during the squadron detach OTHER EAST COAST UNITS WorkshopCaptain Anderson, LT Harry W. Boggs,
menl's four-month UNITAS III deployment to South America taking part in the exercise are Operations LTJG John C. Cain, LT J. F.
which began Tuesday. As part of the UNITAS III training exercise the destroyer Mullinix (DD-944)) de Noriega, ENS Delmar W. Doe,
the two P2V Neptune bombers, under the charge of LCDR from Norfolk, Virginia; the des J. D. Sullivan, Supply LTJG David C. Evans and LT
Vosseler, will participate in various antisubmarine warfare maneuvers -
with other southern continent naval and air force units. troyer escort USS Lester (DE- Officer, Jacksonville, announced Robert R. Penn.
-- _" today that a three-day warehouse I Last year during UNITAS II,

DROPS LIFERAFT operations workshop will be heldat an overall total of 41 surface
SecNav Korlh NAS on September 5, 6 and 7. ships, 37 aircraft and 11 thou-

Sponsored by Rear AdmiralJ sand servicemen from nine coun-

NAS Aircraft Credited W. Crumpacker, Chief of the tries, including the United States,
Sees ASW As
Bureau of Supplies and Accountsin participated in the four month

furtherance of the Navy's "Op- exercise. The American units involved -

eration Light Pack" Program, the steamed over 22,000 miles
With Downed PilotThe
Top Job Spotting
workshop will acquaint super- and visited 10 ports in eight
visory personnel of participating countries.

Just back from an inspectionof crew of an NAS Ja* UF-1 liferaft to the downed pilot. activities with the new and im-

antisubmarine operations of aircraft has been credited with They stayed at the scene until proved methods of packing ma-

the Virginia Capes, Secretary of the first sighting last Sunday of 1215 when they were relieved by terials for storage and shipment, Achievement
the Navy Fred Korth describedthe Commander John G. Brozo's life- another Navy aircraft.A and with the latest materials

problem of defending the raft. At press time, the searchwas Coast Guard UF picked up handling and storage techniques.

United States against submarine- still continuing for Lieutenant the Cecil Field pilot Sunday aft- I THE WORKSHOP AGENDA Award GivenRecruiting

launched missiles as "staggeringbut Thomas Malloy whose air- ernoon after he had spent nearly includes presentations by H. W.

not insoluble." craft went down Saturday also. 24 hours in the liferaft.He Tolliver, Deputy Director of the

In fact, he added, "because of CDR Brozo, who is commanding was taken to Homestead Air Storage Division, and H. M. Lap- ChiefAllen
the importance of the threat, we officer of Fighter Squadron Force Base near Miami after his idus, Preservation and Packaging

consider its solution to be a top 62 based at NAS Cecil Field, rescue. He was reported to 'be Branch of the Bureau of Sup- Burket, YNCS receivedthe

priority job in the Navy today bailed out of his F8U Crusader in good condition after his or- plies and .Accounts; representatives Secretary of the Navy

and for the foreseeable future." I over the Atlantic Ocean some 230 deal.Other of the Navy Ordnance Stfp- Achievement Award at cere-
Secretary Korth noted that miles southeast of Miami last crew members of the 'I' ply Office and the Navy Ships monies held here Monday morn-
over a year ago the Navy estab- Saturday NAS UF were: LT Walter M. I Parts Control Center, Mechan-

lished a special antisubmarine LT Malloy was also flying a Voorhees, co-pilot; R. P. Bufk- icsburg, Pennsylvania; and rep- ing.The Award, the Navy's 12th
resentatives of the Macmillan
warfare committee of holder, ADR3, plane captain;
topranking VF-62 F8U Crusader over the
operations and research offi- same area. A. R. Prindle, AT2; and observers Company; Allison Division, Gen- highest peace-time
cers of the Navy Department.THE Both pilots in (Continued on Page 6, Col. 3)) (Continued on Page 6, Col. 5)) was presented to the chief by
were a group of Commander C. H. Boldt, skipperof
SECRETARY'S TOUR of seven Crusaders en route from Y Heavy Photo Squadron Sixty-

antisubmarine operations started Cecil Field to Guantanamo Bay, Two in Hangar 114.
aboard the aircraft carrier In- Cuba.
The chief was cited for out-
trepid, where he studied hunter- ACCORDING TO CDR RICH standing leadership in adminis-

killer techniques, and continued ARD L. HALL, the UF pilot, CDR tration from July 1959 to Feb-
aboard a destroyer. Later, he Brozo was first spotted at 0945on ruary 1962 while attached to
transferred to the atomic sub- Sunday morning. The crew VAP-62.
marine Scorpion to see the un- of the UF dropped a seven-man ,
dersea side of the problem. The Secretary of the Navy

Along with the problem of de- Toyland Open r Achievement Award was estab-
fending the United States against lished May 1, 1961 as a means of
recognizing outstanding -
enemy submarine based missiles, Toyland opened its doors yes- officially offi-
enlisted men junior
Secretary Korth said, the not fi.tR
prob- terday a bit too soon ,.. 100
lem of : cers. It has been given nearly
protecting overseas op- because as of today, there are ill times.
eration of naval surface forces only seven paydays left before .
and the shipment of troops and Saint Nick arrives. There are ; w:5: // Chief Burket, a native of Tam-
.. >. with the Jacksonvlle
supplies is also present. over2,000 items to select from : 4 .,: .<<' pa, is now
I ,: ': Recruiting Service where he en-
However, Mr. but only much in
this Korth considers so room the' ............... .m. n.......w..,,...dh *. listed 14 years ago.
problem warehouse best
easier to solve so y'all has- of
because surface forces require ten to Bldg. 514 in the NATTUarea. Navy Jax Recruiting and his wife Carolyn Ann and their chile On May 1962, Jacksonville
that an enemy submarine moveas Hours are 0900-1630 Mon- dren. Susan Lynn age 5, and Dale Allan age 8, pose with CDRC. Navy Chief John Garbarini received -
it tracks its target thus nar- days through Fridays and 0900- H. Boldt, VAP-62 after the Chief was awarded the Secretaryof the same award for his
rowing the area of search for the 1200 on Saturdays. Ask about the Navy Achievement Award at ceremonies held at Hangar $50 million- saving B u 1 Ip u p
114 here on Monday. The award is given only to outstanding
hunter-killer force. the "layaway" plan. enlisted men and junior officers. adapter.Your .



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Pog.I JAZ JOB MEWS 30 August 1962

1,1&' I Station Traffic Don't Be A Never-


MM JecboMIlle Violation RecordThe Think Be CleverAn

CAPT I. R. Cot**!* Commending Officer:
COt Walter. J. Ichub lx. fW Air JecberwJlle NAB 6ND traffic violations for the period Editorial

IAJW JoMpk M. Cwwm Commander August 19 through Au-
Whetstone, JO1
CAPT VtooMtt Owy Chief of Staff By
Pleat Air Wing Eltvvn gust 25.NUMBER. What are your thoughts of dying?

CAW etlbwt J. FrauMitwIni. Commander OF ACCIDENTSThis Stop and think for a moment that's a rather stiff
CAW Amfcww M. COWKI Chief Staff Officer week (period August

Naval Air Technical Training Unit 19-25 ..".............".."........"... 7 question isn't it?
CAn HtrtMl D. Allan Commanding Officer Here's another one for you-not to be taken lightly _
CM Eugene P. Verdery Executive Officer Total accidents year be the job next Tuesday?
will on
Naval through August 25 ...... .171 you
Hoaplt.1CAPT the close of regular working hours tomorrow
At the
I. M. Hanrwr CommandIng Officer Number of accidents
APT. Stephen H. Tollna. Executive Officer through August 1961 .".165 1962 Labor Day Weekend begins the once-a-year guarantee -
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit of a three-day holiday.
CAPT Ralph B. Elliott, Jr. Commanding OffIcer NUMBER OF Although thousands of people will climb behind the
CO* William" M. Miller Exaeutlva OffIcer SINCE LAST INJURYIN I
Prtoftd comnwrtaHy with non- pproprl.t.d funds In Jacluonvllla, florid. atM MOTOR VEHICLE I wheel of automobiles for a jaunt to relaxation, there will be

expense to the oovarnmwit and In compliant with NAVEXOS P-35 R.v. July ACCIDENT ..". ................ 13 one chap whose work will only be beginning. His name is
1959. Distributed frt. of charga to mlHtary and civilian personnel of Fleet Air DEATH.
Javbonvilla, Naval! Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
hands reach the 2400 hour
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval! Hoiptttl.LCDR week (Aug. 19-25) ...... 62 Before the clocks' mark Mon-

Ralph D. McClure., Service Information Officer Speeding .......,,,...................... 8 day, it is predicted over 400 families will realize the trade-

Andrew H. Plane// Assistant Service Information Officer Reckless driving .................... 3 mark of this individual. the majority of them with mem-
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01) Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOlj Staff-Robert tires and that of
of screeching burning jagged
ories twisted
Doddi, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Going through stop sign .... 4 ,

Member of North Florida Industrial Edltora Association and Southern and lnlematlonal Other violations .........,..,..... 47 steel which once resembeled an automobile.
Councils of industrial fdlto,.. Forty-nine drivers appeared Don't ever be one to say, "Oh, it'll never happen to me",

The Jax Air Newt la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material before the Traffic Hearing because if you're on our fast-moving highways this week
appearing In thla publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photorvpha -
end will indeed represent a number with which
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs Board at the meeting held on you
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone August 27. Disposition of the DEATH can utilize in building his odds of chance. Think it

.......Ion. 8144, 656, 372 or 21*. cases included the following: over and Drive Carefully. Old age dying allows time for

19 lost driving and parking thought.

Navy Exchange Outlines privileges aboard the Station,

11 were assigned to remedial

driving instructions, 16 re-

Organization, MissionEditor's were ceived referred suspended to commanding penalties, 11 [Liberty vs CommunismSTALIN'S

officers for possible disciplinary -
( Note: This is the Second in a series of articles in the

form of questions and answers outlining the organization of the action. PEACEFUL COEXISTENCEI"The I
Navy Exchange. Many Navy people, servicemen, dependents and
"Do you drive much at Govermnent of the USSR believes that in spiteof
retired persons have misconceptions regarding the operationof
night? On long trips, after differences in economic systems and ideologies, the coex-
the Navy Exchange thus this information is presented to
some of the questions asked most frequently.) driving many hours by day, istence of these systems and the peaceful settlement of differences

QUESTION do you often say: "It's early;; between the USSR and the USA are not only pos-
of operating the: Navy pays Exchange cost? fer "loss leader," last year's model we can make another 100 miles sible, but absolutely necessary in the interest of universal

ANSWER The Navy Exchangepays or "has just been sold out. by midnight?" Actually, at peace."

its own operating expenses.It Your Navy Exchange does not such a time, you decide that I With these words Stalin existence" with the imperialistsas

has all of the costs of opera- try to give prospective buyer of although tired, you will drive launched his "peaceful coexist- the only acceptable alternativeto

tion that a civilian store has one appliance an item at cost be- into a land where the hazardof e n c e" campaign designed to nuclear war .

except for rent.QUESTION low while at the same time mak- fatality on the highway is hamper the rearming of demo- But the statement makes clear

: How do these ing up the difference) on another doubled or tripled. Nearly cratic countries to prepare to re- that in Communist language
customer. Judge your Exchangeon two-thirds of all fatal traffic sist Communist aggression. At
operating expenses compare with "peaceful coexistence" does not
accidents occur between 1800 this time, the Kremlin was -
expenses in civilian, stores which average prices, not on special preparing nonCommunistswould
sell similar cases. and 0600; yet traffic for those Communist North Korea mean (as many
goods? like to believe) a policyof
ANSWER hours is only one-third of the for the attack on the Republicof
: Civilian "
variety "live-and-let-live. It meansan
24-hour total. A large Korea which came in June
stores (five-and-tens) expenses FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION intensified struggle for the
centage of these fatalities oc- 1950.
average 33 cents on $1.00 the
every of communism over
sale. cur in the single hour from PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE is victory
Department store expenses world. To Communists
midnight to 0100. the official line of the Soviet
average 34 cents on every $1.00 The annual barbeque of Jack- coexistence" means the
sale. Why do many drivers relax Party on which, with the de- "peaceful
Navy Exchange expenses sonville Branch 91 FRA will be their caution peaceful transition of capitalismto
on midnight velopment of weapons of mass
average 18 cents on every dollar held Monday, Labor Day from communism
roads? For
one thing they are destruction, Nikita Khrushchevhave
spent. This lower expense factor 1400 to 2000. Tickets for the bar- often tired and Communists often refer to the
sleepy. Someof placed increased emphasis.The .
permits the Exchange to sell its beque are available for a dona- them drive much present system of rule in Com-
faster be-
statement issued by the
goods for
less than you would tion of $1.25 for adults 50c for "socialism"
in civilian cause the stream of traffic has conference of representatives of munists countries as
pay a store. children 8 to 12, and youngsters grown thinner. which in their dictionary means
QUESTION Many driversare world Communist Parties held in
: If Exchange op- under 8 will receive free hot influenced the stage preceding the final
erating by drink-in- Moscow in November 1960, brandsthe
expenses low
so why dogs.
flamed minds. Others al- United States stage of true communism.
is it that I as "the chief
can buy coffee
pot Branch 19's
next assembly most blind at Communist "socialism"
for less night. imperialist country of today" and
at Store X
or a radio for meeting will be held Thurs-
You be not be confused with
may entirely effi- bluntly that
says "if has be-
less at Store Y?
day, Sept. 6, at 2000. All mem- cient and careful but and parliamentary socialism as advo-
; you come the of the
ANSWER enemy peoplesof
: Civilian stores of- bers are urged to attend. -
cated by Socialist or Labor parties
your passengers will be far the whole world" because of

safer if you will do as little its "policy of aggression and I in Western Europe, wherein

When an American serviceman driving after nightfall as pos- war." Nevertheless, the Com- a few countries they hold
sible. I
munists plugged "peaceful co- power.
Communists call Western socialism
clenches his fist he
means "
I "Social Democracy

business. When it's time DIVINE Major Voting strongly oppose it as "bourgeois,"

and declare it to be "ideologically

to fight, he tightens up SE-RWCtS Campaign SetA bankrupt."

and strikes hard. the fist past, service personnel have had

PROTESTANT major campaign to provide to seek out their voting or per-
is power/aI-he' defending eligible servicemen and
womenan sonnel officer to obtain the card.
0830-Holy Communion, All : easy route to the voting be
his friends In some cases this proved to
) J family, Saints' Chapel I booth during the coming 1962 too much of a chore and was
0930-Naval Hospital Chapel elections is underway in
country his freedom. neglected by individuals.Even .
0930-Service of Divine Wor- ington, D.C.Instructions.
ship, All Saints' Chapel so, 736,000 servicemenand
With stakes as high as these, 1100-Service of Divine Wor- and egulations to women about 40 per cent

the American fighting ship, All Saints' Chapel commanders have already been voted during the 1960 presidential -
man revised
by the separate services election out of the 1.8

doesn't give up until he wins. CATHOLICSunday to make it easier for service million that were eligible.

v'' personnel to cast their ballots. Defense voting officials are

0630-Naval Hospital Chapel For instance, Standard Post optimistic that the changed reg-

0900-1200-St. Edwards Chapel Card Form 76 will be distributed ulations will help bring a big-

Weekdays to all eligible personnel on ger precentage of service bal-
w CODE OF CONDUCT 1. I am an an individual
0700-King Hall basis at overseas lots in the 1962 elections. They
4 l American .fighting man. I serve in the installations
forces which guard my country and Saturday United States by Aug. 15. In the also point out that the Form 76
they will be de- voting card will be issued in
0800-St. Edward's
+wwlw.tc, avar our way of life. I am prepared to Chapel livered to the
i give my life In their defense Confessions are heard from Sept. 15. by this manner in all future gen-
1900-2000. eral elections occuring at two-
I It was explained that in the year intervals.I .

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; [ contestants visited NAS Jax August 21 as part of their Gateway
rw f, City tour hosted by Jacksonville's Gloria Brody, Miss Florida.
erc i, 4j: They were first met by City Mayor Haydon Burns and then
C hsyy ;>.;wfr... taken on a yacht ride to NAS where a warm welcome was
extended by CAPT James R. Compton NAS CO.
i rafly*yy:v During their
:4 visit to the Station the young ladies met pilot LT Dick Gaskill
: < of VA-44 and toured the Naval Hospital where they met its com
manding officer CAPT J. M. Banner. Climaxing their view of
Jax hospitality, the girls were hosted at a gala ball held at the
Ponte Verda Inn.


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4 JAX AIR NEWS 30 August 1962

Sailing Club a'4 MNk.d MeNN11N.MMWFIMMSM4I
{ 'M
1 -04. SPORTS
Wins Five { NEWS

In RegattaOf

the 13 Sax Navy Sailing Diamondmen Seek

Club entries In last Sunday'ssecond
Tri-Club Sailing Re-

gatta on the St. Johns River, 6ND
five sailed to place in the ChampionshipThe

I NAS sailors took first in the Jax Navy Softball Team left NAS last Tuesday

I Open Division and first in the morning, journeying to Charleston, S.C., where they are
Sunfish Class as well as placing presently battling it out for the Sixth Naval District Cham-
second and third in the Rhodes pionship.

Bantam and second in the Cruiser Team"Coach Frank McCaffrey's

Class. 12-man squad entered the tourney NATTU Sports
These wins enable the NAS yesterday with over a 500 per

Club to retain an overall lead cent winning mark behind them,

in four of seven regatta events. which they gained playing against RoundupBy

There are three regattas remaining local diamond teams from Jack- D. W. Warren, JOSN
to be sailed. sonville and those from NAS
Preparations are under at
The Open Class was won by AT SIXTH NAVAL DISTRICT TOURNEY-The Jax Navy Glynco, NAS Cecil Field and way
NATTU for the Intramural touch
the Couger Cat skippered by Varsity Softball Team is now at Charleston. South Carolina NAS Sanford.
George Monthan. He now leads playing in the Sixth Naval District Tournament which started With such a small number of football season tentatively set to
yesterday and will last till Sunday. The Jax team membersare get underway the last of Sep-
the Open by three and one-half (L. to R.), (front row): Snuffy Smith Jim Rusnak. Lenny players on the team, the men tember.
points. Helm Art Lewis, (middle row) Jim Bouette Bob Geiger Frank have been trained by McCaffreyto
Bob Oechslin was unopposedin Forbenner Ken Oliver (last row) Bud Miceli Chuck Prescott interchange in the various I At least two teams are already
the Sunfish Class to give him Harry Shelley and Coach Frank McCaffrey. Not present for the field positions. working out regularly and
photo was Sid Kramer. others should be getting started
the first place victory. THEY STARTED THEIR pre-
right after Labor
Second and third place win- tourney games the first of Au- Day..

ners in the Rhodes Bantam Class Jr. Golf gust playing 16 in a little under
Tourney Doubles competition in Horse-
were CDR V. F. Anderson of 25 days.
shoe is
the Bantam Alpha and Dean The team members in Charleston pitching compelted with
Johnson of 'the Bantam 771. Al- are: Snuffy Smith of VP18p the teams of BowenEgglestonthe

though Anderson placed secondin Draws 29 EntriesSix ( Ib); Jim Rusnak of MAD champions. The Yates-Mc-

the second regatta he leads NATTU (2b); Lenny Helm of Knight team placed second.

the Rhodes Bantam Class by five out of 29 AEA School (of); Art Lewis of Bowen-Eggleston represented AE
young golfers, "Blue" and
points in overall competition.In entries, placed in the winner Stutz, Joe MacDonald, Jr., Ron Public Works (of); Jim Boyetteof AE Yates-McKnight re-
the Cruiser Class, the Jax and columns of the Cooley and Ed Lowe. Supply (ss); Bob Geiger of presented "Gold".

Navy Sailing Club entered its NAS runner-up Junior Match Golf Tour- FIRST FLIGHT competitorswere VA-44 (of); Frank Fosbenner of Singles competition is still in

Whale Boat skippered by Bob nament held here last Thurs- : Bill Harrell, Jim Phillips, AEA School (c, p); Ken Oliverof progress.

Hopkins who gained second day, August 23. Tom Tyler, Dick Buffington, By- NARTU (3b); Bud Miceli of
place in the Sunday event. The Jeff Henderson won the Cham- ron Gray, Mike Knox, Kirby Phil- VP-5 (c); Chuck Prescott of Sup-
NAS Whaler is leading the pionship Flight ((14 years old and lips, and Bob Buffington. ply (c); Harry Shelley of AEA Puttering

Cruiser Class in overall Regatta above) over second place Don SECOND FLIGHT golfers were: School (p); and Sid Kramer of :

points by two and one-half. Gifford, one up. Mike Benak, Jr., Dennis Carroll, Admin (lb). AroundThe
This regatta was hosted by the Winner of the First Flight, Mike Lowe, Jim Tyler, Chip Following the District play,
Florida Yacht Club. The next the Jax Navy team hopes to en- first meeting of the Fall
scoring a 4-3, was Jim Phillips Maulden, Don Benak, Fred Ottie,
regatta, scheduled for September ter the South Atlantic Regional Intramural Golfers will be held
playing against Bill Harrell, while Bill Buffington, Richard Kolbe,
29-30, will be hosted by the Jax Mike Benak, Jr., took a 3-2 win Dan Pyne, Jeff Garbow, Mike Tourney September 5, also being at 0930, Wednesday, September
Rudder Club. over Dennis Carroll to capturethe Davidson and Lonnie Gallitano. held at Charleston. A win there 5, in the Athletic Office, Mainsidegym.
could send them to the All-Navy .
Second Flight honors. The
Trophies for the Junior Match
First and Second Flights were winners and Softball Championship whichwill Fifteen teams are expected to
BOWLINGNAS restricted to golfers 13 years of presented during runner-ups ceremonies will be call for the first batterupon enter the pre-winter go-round
age and below. the golf Wednesday, September 12, in which is scheduled to get under
course September 9.
VP-30 NO LESS IMPORTANT were Seattle, Washington. way near the end of September.
Bowling Champs
the three gents, 10
continue to prove their kegling young years
lead old and under, who picked up
II prowess by taking an early
their clubs and it out in
in the Fall session of IM play swung
the Junior "Pee Wee" Tourna-
heading the American League
ment held the same day. The '
with a 4-0 record.As .
Champ of this event was Miles
Continental Leaguethe ,'
for the 'i'
Wolbe who rounded the nine- ,.
board shows the Mix
score hole course with a low of 155.
Masters of O&R together with He was followed by Larry Sul-

the Hornets of VA-44 leading livan who had a 173, and Kelly
with 8-0 records.In Gifford who placed third witha

the National League, the 181.

I Skyraiders of VA-35 hold a 7-1 I| The boys who competed in

lead. the Championship Flight were: ,1

I The results of the second Jeff Henderson, Don Gifford, .' .a

week's roll-offs through Friday, Bob Cuccias, Clyde Slick, David 'Jr-.' ,.
August 24, are as follows: '"

AMERICAN-Electrons-3, Sea- Football NoticeWith }

Bees-1; Sky Warriors-4, Marines
"B"-0; Flying Phantoms-3, football season nearing, .
Chiefs-1 Mad Foxes-3 Keglers- 14 teams have thus far signed up :< :
; '
here :, :?...\\i:.<.
1; Dispensary-3, VP-7-1; COMess3 at NAS for the IM gridiron ...,.,f,
Guardians-1; Confidentials-4; play scheduled to get under way

A/C Maint "A"0.CONTINENTALFire. September 10.
I Balls-3, Four more teams are expectedto

Road Runners-1; ComFairJax-3, submit rosters which will give {

Griffinsl; Mix Masters-4, Nep- the two leagues, American and 3a .
tunes-0; Hornets-4, Untouchables0 -
National, an even nine-team
; Cougars-3, Paymasters-1; A/C
Maint "B"-3, Spartans-1; Owl force.

Hoots-3; Ham Hocks-1. In addition to the six teams x .

NATIONAL-Beebee Stack- which were published in last

ers-3, Avions-1; Hack Drivers-2, week's Air News, Athletic Di- M1'M'ery +a ,ire

Marines "A"-2; Skeater Beaters-3, rector Frank McCaffrey has list- ,

Boat Branch "A"-1; Panthers-3, ed the following entries: VA-35's JR. CHAMPS. RUNNER-UPS-DemonsuaUng their .t'
The Strikes-1; Sky Raiders-3, Pan top and second place honors In the NAB Jr. Match Golf driving abilities which won for them
Handlers-1; VU-10-3, Scope Panthers, FAETU, NARTU, VA- Jeff Henderson winner of the Championship Flight Don Tournament Gifford last week are (left to right).

Dopes-1; NARTU-3, Stingers-1; 44's Hornets, VAP-62, Supply, up Second Jim Flight Phillips winner, winner, and of Dennis the First CarrolL f Flight; Bill HarrelL First night Championship runner-up Mike nIght Benak.runner-. Jr.

and Bandits-3, Hospital-1. VP-5 and A/C Maintenance. given the junior golfers on September 9.Page runner-up In the Second Flight. Trophies will boI


30 August 1962 JAX Am NEWS _ _ ._._

Navy Gives Tips On

Picking Shore BilletHave

you been playing the odds? So you hold a "wild

card" for accelerating your assignment? ______
No we're not saying SEAVEYis
Asking for an assignment to an
S a gamble. However, the law of I area where there are no billetsin
averages is associated with securing is asking the im-
your rating
it\ \ WlJ: I an assignment to certain probable. .-S
areas. Although there art no set
:3i Finally, use your choices
: rules for success in picking your
Once have indicatedone
} wisely. you
station few tips can
own duty a
i : choice in a district or river
improve your chances of get-
command make your second
ting what you want.
choice in another area-not an-
FIRST OF ALL, a few ground
::!: .
: : : other station in the same dis-
'..::: ....::./..>..:..... ., I : ::. >': rules: Consider your programa of activity
( ( trict. Your choice one

/' { ; ';" '/ \' 1 1L. naval success district if you of get your duty choice.in the within a district automat-

{ ically assures you of consideration -
: : i. : Getting the exact job you want for openings elsewhere

in the station you choose and the within that same district-de-
r town you have picked is like

,? no..{.. ,,... --?...,,_ .,. .?..,.>, ?,.,?. .??, ?, _L..? ? wri..c. ,ftfsmuu drawing to an inside straight tailers do this as a matter of
SAFETY CHATTER-Famed Indianapolis '500" race driver Duane Carter (left) discusses course.
matters on safe driving with Sydney Ruffo, AE2, and D. L. LoudermilL NAS Chief of Police. flush-nice to get, but it won'thappen Naming other activities within
Carter visited Jax August 20.21 giving lectures on proper and safe driving techniques to all per too often. the same district as your second
sonnel on the Station. His presentation, part of a nation-wide highway safety program sponsored
Next tailor wants to
by the Champion Spark Plug Co., included a film covering driving practices at the world- I your and third choices cuts down on
renowned Indiana oval. areas where Navy jobs exist. chances of getting assigned to

--- -- I another district which might, in

USS Arizona NewPacFltLandmark No Nonsense Fireman Wins ATTU'S reality Better, to be your stand next pat preference.on the

straight or flush you hold thanto
discard one and draw for the

Dial-Log Of July Serviceman AwardA royal.BILLETS MAY VARY with

Ships of the U. S. Pacific Fleet certain ratings, but overall the

passing in and out of Pearl Harbor News Confab"Good non-rated man is NATTU's "Serviceman of theMonth" largest number of Navy jobs

Hawaii, now have a new are in the 11th Naval District,
morning, Jax Air News, for the first time in over a year. He is Russell Boggs,
where 19,475 shore billets are
landmark. It is the alabaster.
FN who was named "Serviceman of the Month" for the
I ?
may help you located. Next in line with 18,577
USS Arizona Memorial,
month of July in ceremonies Aug. 24.
honoring the 2,335 American "Yes, I'd like to talk to some- jobs is the 6th Naval District,
servicemen who fell during the one about getting an appointmentfor He was chosen for his strict adapt to any duty assignment, it followed by the 5th Naval Dis-

December 7, 1941, attack. my wife. ." attention to duty, his outstanding was stated. trict with 10,525 billets.

This ill-fated battleship (corn- "I beg your pardon, but. ." satality military, appearance which enables and his him ver-to Boggs' commendation, which lows The closely 12th Naval with 10,058 District, Poto-fol-

missed in 1915)) today lies rusting "Please don't interrupt. It's was signed by CAPT H. D. Allen Naval Command next
and disintegrating in 38 feet of quite important! My neighbortold NATTU Commanding Officer, mac
9th 1st
with 7810 and the 8th, ,
water. On board are 1,102 men, me to call you and I could NL Offers $500 read in part: 4th, 3rd and 13th Naval District
including her Captain and Divi- get a n appointment set up
"THROUGH BOGGS' rank in that order. The Severn
sion Commander.A for ." For Best Navy readily adapt himself to chang- River Naval Command has the

color guard boards the Me- "Excuse me, please, but I'm ing situations and to effectively fewest, only 687 jobs.
morial each morning and eveningto afraid you have the wrong phone accomplish difficult tasks with The 6th, 11th and 12th Dis-
raise and low the flag> in trib- number." Law ArticleThe minimum supervision, he was tricts have some jobs for all ra-

ute to her gallant crew. Also, "I do? But isn't this 216? I was of the United selected as "Serviceman of theMonth" tings, but not for all pay gradesin
Navy League
Navy ships entering and de- told this the number to call
was States has announced the con- in July, 1962. It is signi- every rating.
parting Pearl Harbor render pass- to get the Outpatient's Clinic." tinuation of the Navy Lawyer ficant to note that while assignedto When deciding duty prefer-

| ing honors to Arizona. "Yet, this IS 216, but ." Award established in 1959 of the Communications Branch, ences review the number of billets -

The USS Arizona Memorial "Well, then, I'd like to make $500 to be made to that Navy Boggs was charged with the in the area desired. Im-
consists of an enclosed bridge of an appointment for ." law specialist who has written responsibilities normally delegated prove your "law of averages" for

shining white concrete that spans "I'm sorry. This is the Jax Air and published during the year to a second class petty of- obtaining a timely assignmentand
the hull of the sunken battleship. of select one or more areas
News Office. The Station news- the best article on law and the ficer. His performance duty
Measuring 184 feet in length, the paper. In order to reach the Out- Navy. was far above that normally ex- having large numbers for your
structure varies in width from patient's Clinic you must first pected of a non-rated man." \rating. The "wild card" include -
27 feet at the Selection as the "Best of theYear" of ((1)
center to 36 feetat dial '88' that's the hospital a duty preference
will be made the basisof Boggs is presently assigned to
end. The East of the Mississippior
height of the exchange then dial 216. anywhere
Memorial also varies, ranging over-all reader interest, lit- the First Lieutenant's Divisionat (2) anywhere West of the
from "Oh, I'm sorry. I thought this excellence, professionalmerit NATTU. He has been selected
14 feet at the center to a erary Mississippi or better still ((3)
eight of 21 feet at the ends."I was the Clinic. and contribution to the to attend the Fleet Submarine anywhere in the United States.
"No. Dial '88' first then Navy. School at New London, Conn., (Reprinted from Bluejacket,

came in here to get some- 216." This award, made possible by upon completion of his tour of NAS Memphis)

hing for my wife." "Thank you, ever-so-much." an anonymous donor, is admini- duty here.

"What are you asking for her?" "You're welcome." stered by a committee repre- He will receive a free week- Over 500,000 are blue-collar
senting the Navy League and workers employed at shipyards,
end at historic St. Augustine
t. : xx.K's the office of the Judge Advo- air bases, industrial-type plants,
? ;xsQ.; cate General. Details of the courtesy of the USO and St. missile-test centers, and various

''''+o"+eve'oc9. ?gco4c??".;z t Y;. competition are available from Augustine Chamber of Com- other installations here and

the Judge Advocate General. merce. abroad.
4 :(

,c NewCOAtHS742LCDR T.i\: :

I J. N. Tulino has relieved

CDR W. G. Mawhinney as CO x > .
of HS 742, one of 16 Reserve

squadrons training monthly at ..4 ( ,..'

the Naval Air Reserve Training .

: + ..
}YIL .
LCDR Tulino, of Palm Beach, '
was invested with his first com- r\,: -- \;

mand in a recent change of com-

mand ceremony at NARTU Jax.
I If ) JI" '
He was formerly operations of- : ;,
"-,' .
f I ficer of HS- 741, another NAR- .

/ TU Jax Selected reserve squad- 'i,1
::;,, :: D4kriJ
,4. ':,:i:.. L VS "__'N '''' .' '... .t;
A PROUD MOMENT-CAPT Joseph W. Weaver NAS Sen- ron.CDR Mawhinney, who lives at HE'S VERSATILE-Yesterday he was working in Communications -
ior Medical Officer swears his son J. William (Bill), into the now he's shaking hands with the Captain and tomor-
Naval Reserve Ensign 1915 Medical Student Program on Monday 7302 Wonder Lane in Jackson- row he'll be going to Submarine School, This is NATTUnil't
August 20. Bill is now attending Tulane University Medi- ville, is retiring with 20 years of Russell Boggs FN (right) who is congratulated by CAPT H. C.
cal School. Under the he will be ordered to active Allen, NATTU CO when Boggs was selected as the Unit's Servo
duty in his senior year. Naval Service. iceman of the Month for July.T .



I JAX AIR NEWS 30 August 1962

"' ._ ,.... ..,......- ...._
x: /\;-r'\, .: '" < \ > : :

... > JaxMarines InspectAs

r. ,

Shriners ShineMarines

i,4 are accustomed to being assigned a variety of

of duties but not all are said to be as pleasant or demandingas
I the one assigned to seven Marine Aviation Detachment

officers and seven Staff NCO's this past weekend.

The Marines were invited to a audience appeal and effect.

be judges at the annual Shrine The Shriners wanted to be

I 4 4 4 Patrol competiton held in Jax throughly inspected and judged

during the convention of the fairly according to Patrol Cap-

I Southeastern Shrine Association. tain Walter Brazil of Jacksonville,

Eleven temple patrols competedfor so the Marines were asked. Even
II top honors and the huge
the Marine veterans had some
trophy presented to the winner.A .
> trouble picking a winner froma
I REGULAR PERSONNEL group that was perfection

INSPECTION, identical to a military ,themselves.
D+ y: inspection was held by the
When it was all over, only
\ Marines. On the inspection team
four-tenths of a point separated
h were Warrent Officer Howard fourth place finisher Louisville,
NOT A FEZ OUT OF PLACE-2dLT Richard Schulz Marine Aviation Detachment Adjutant Holden and Second Lieutenant Ky. and the winner Mahi Templeof
Richard Schulz.
inspects one of the many Shrine Temple Patrols during the competition held in the Gator They were assisted Miami. Tampa, Fla. and
Bowl last Friday night. Assisting LT Schulz on the inspection is GYSGT Homer Barton of by GYSGT Homer Barton Greenville, S. C. captured sec-
NATTUnit AE School. Eleven temple patrols competed for top honors and the huge trophy and SSGT C. E. Jacobs."It ond and third spots between the
presented to the winner. MAD Marines also Judged the Shriners on ten minutes of drill whichit
was said that the most seasoned Marine wooud admire.Classified was so hard to find any- four-tenths of a point.
thing wrong with those Shriners The Marines were asked fo

.. that we had to check color of in much of the
0'I join fun of the
w'' Big Game Hunter At shoe soles and buttons sewed on 9,000 Shriners who are said to

I straight" complimented LT Sch- be as colorful as the Marines in
.. .. .' '. ulz. WO Holden lamented that
full blues themselves.The .
I. v NATTUnit Drops 'CoonHis their head gear was so squared
entire operation was co-
away that even the wind and
ordinated by Major M. A. Hill,
FOR SALE rain that fell in the Gator Bowl
first watch started off ',ing a raccoon before. Executive Officer of the Marine
Trailer-1957 Marlette 1 bedrm., 8' with a smash for an AO Class "I joined the Navy for an ed- during the inspection couldn't im- Aviation
I Detachment who also
I wide. Phone 388.3764 after 1630. "A" student at Naval Technical ucation and here I'm becominga pair it.After.
, Orange Park-Riverfront home, low handled the critique in regular
pymt. CO 46646. Training Unit-at least that's big-game hunter" comments the personnel inspectionthe military fashion the followingday.
Midway, Cecil and NAS-3-bedrm. Fla. what he did to the raccoon that Silk. "Maybe next time I'll get patrol teams moved onto the .
rm. SP 12005. Low equity. jumped him. that skunk." football field for ten minutes of
Oak Hilli-3-bedrm./ 2-bath Fla. rm.;
low equity. SP 17265. Larry P. Silk, an Airman Ap- dazzle drill that would make NAS
from Calif. even the most seasoned Marine Supply
FOR RENT prentice Sepulveda, ,
lakeihore-Furn. 3-rm. apt.; prlv. ent.; was standing his first watchin stand up in admiration, it was I (Continued from Page 1))

I por. gar $55 mo. EV 9-8357. the AO Schools Compound.Silk stated. eral Motors Corporation; and the
Murry Hilli-Unfurn. house; 2 bedrmi., r MSGT Vernone Knox fired American
Warehousemen's Asso-
kit. $60 said that at about 2100 a
; vrd. mo. EV 9-4275.
I yrd. $70. EV 71950. he felt something on his shoul- starting gun to begin competition ciation.In .

Midway NAS and Cecil Field-Furn. under the stop watch of addition to NAS Jax, activi-

duplex. SP apt.5.5621.RiversideFurn., 2 .bedrms., twm pool. $75mo. der."I thought at first it was the Movies will be shown regularly SSGT W. J. Parker. The drill ties invited to participate in the
at 1900 Monday through was judged by Captain's WilliamL.
apt.; 2 bedrmi. 1429 other watch putting his handon on workshop include Naval Supply
Dancy St. $80. my shoulder. That's what it Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on Shearer and Richard Skinner, Center, Norfolk; Naval Supply
Lake Shore-Furn. 3-rm. apt.; por., Sunday at the Mainside and assisted by SGTMAJOR L. W. Depot, Great Lakes; Norfolk
$55 felt like but I turned around
garage. mo. EV 98357.
NATTU Theaters and at 1900 Palmer and MSGT Ben Hurst.
Naval Shipyard; Charleston -
Rivenide-Unfurn. apt.; 1 bedrm.; kit. and there it was.
$55 mo. EV 4-6302. only on Sundays at the Hospital They watched them closely for Shipyard; Navy Region Air
Cedar H.llt-3. bedrmt., 2 baths; kit. He knocked it to the ground Theater. These times are sub- out of step, alignment, precisionand Cargo Control Office, Norfolk;

equipt .$100$100 mo. EV 73909. hoping to stun it.ClI didn't ject to change. other movements.In Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry
equipt. mo. EV 7-3909, 1700.
kill him" Silk added
4 Oak Hill-Furn. 3-room apt.; adults want to Thursday August 30 the grandstand were War- Point; Naval Air Station, Pensa-
only. EV 8-9886. "but when he started back up Mainside-Task Force. Marine
I rant Officers Eugene Wheelerand cola; Corps Supply Cen-
$125 Atlantic mo. Beach-3-bedrm.EV 9.4594 furn. house, my leg, brother, that was it." NATTUnit-The Bell Boy. J. M. McDaniels, asissted by ter, Albany; and Naval Air Station -

Asked if he'd ever been 'coon Hospital-Dino GYSGT Wesley Ward judging for I Memphis.

hunting before Silk replied, Friday August 31

NATTU HonormenPVT "Not with a watch stick. I think Mainside-Trapeze.
all the watches over there NATTUnit-Task Force.

R. L. Dry, AE "A" should have 45s." Hospital-The Bell Boy.
Saturday September 1
School, 89.52. There are reports that a
Mainside-Best of Enemies.
SGT J. D. Panknin, AO "A" i skunk has been seen in the area e .t N

School, 84.65. I but no one has reported sight- NATTUnitTrapeze.HospitalTask Force..

Sunday September 2

I Mainside-Road to Hong Kong.

NATTUnit-Best of Enemies.

IF1I HospitalTrapeze.Monday .

September 3
Mainside-Bad Day at Black
-: : :>>; Rock.
r NATTUnit-Road 4 M1tv: rid4 ix%
to Hong
.[ Kong.
I Hospital-Best of Enemies.
K':::<<' .>>>:: i il
;:lk 1, ry r//r' Tuesday. September 4

Mainside-Confession of An

;: Opium Eater.NATTUnitBad.

Day at Black
4 ',: .
:saad ;?} : Rock.

Hospital-Road to Hong Kong.

Wednesday September 5
:} v'wt'haks: : ,>. Mainside-Damn The Defiant.
NATTUnit-Confession of An

Opium Eater.HospitalBad.

Day at Black

t a. i ,-an.w2sr.3: wiS....?..rr. t : ,. .a..V.s..as:
VA-44 HONORMEN "Blue Jacket of the Month" and "Out- Downed Pilot
standing Plane Captain of the Month" honors have been awarded TRIKES 'N BIKES- Ranging from age group one to as
to W. D. Harr AT2 and H. D. Henry, AN, respectively, by Continued from Page 1)) young as you feel best describes the array of three and two
VA-44. Harr was commended for his ability to do almost any R. Gelesomino, AA; P. G. Timins, wheeled bicycles available at the Navy Exchange Toyland this
type of aircraft maintenance work, not only on the F9F aircraft, year. The grand opening of the Yule Season gift shop was
his specialty, but also on other aircraft the AA and G. E. Lyman, AA. Ly- yes.
any type squadron terday and from the wide selection of toys on shelves, hanging
has. His commendation also carried a citation for his willing man is assigned to VP-16 while from the ceiling and displayed on tables, there should be no
ness to perform any and all work he was called on to do. Henry the other enlisted crew membersare problem in deriving at and choosing that "something special"for
was cited for reliability and willingness to apply himself whole assigned to'the NAS Aircraft that "someone special" this Christmas. Toyland is located in
, heartedly to any assigned task. Both men were lauded for their Bldg. 514 (NATTU area), and is open from 0900-1630 Mondays
military bearing and personal appearance. Maintenance Department. through Fridays, and""from 0900.1200 on Saturdays.Pas. .