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Creation Date: March 7, 1962
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X1IJ' VAP-62 Honors Page 3

JfI Sports Page 4 \1\


50-Mile Hikers Page 5

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Vol. 20 No. 47 U. S. NAS JacksonrUU. Florida 7 March 1963


RAdm. Martin WWII Ace Will

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Conduct NARTU InspectionThe


Navy pilot credited with launching the first air-
craft carrier attacks against the Japanese homeland during
World War II will visit here Saturday March 9.
ADMIRAL WILLIAM I. MAR-

TIN, whose headquarters are lo-
cated at Glenview, 111., will inspect N
the Naval Air Reserve

Training Unit personnel, commanded -

> by Captain Ralph E. ..S r.

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FOREIGN OFFICERS TO VISIT HERE. .First row Lt Benedetto Vasta of Italy, Lt. Cdr. of

Gisle Tveit Hoyland of Norway, Lt. Cdr. Carlo Messina of Italy, Lt. Cdr. Giovanni Olivi of
Italy, Lt. Cdr. H. G. Packard. SC USN Lt. Cdr. Joergen Thorvald Frederik Jensen of Denmark,
LL Adelino Abreu de Moraes of BraziL Second row: Lt. Myron Zacharopoulos of Greece Lt.
Giuseppe Musi of Italy, Lt. Kai] Aage Larsen of Denmark, Ens. Gustavo Contreras of Venezuela.Ens. .
Antonio Di Palma of Italy LL (jg) Amarillo de Alencar Arraes of Brazil LL Eloy Figueiredoof I

Brazil. RAdm. Martin<

Air News To Be I EVENING, after the
Naval Officers From 6 Warrior inspection,

Published By Holt be a reception at the

Nations To Train HereThirteen Station Officers Club.
Co. Martin is a graduate I
Publishing and the Naval War i\
naval officers from Brazil Denmark Greece
,
This week's Jax Air News area."h During World War II 1
and will arrive here
Italy, Norway Venezuela Saturday,
the first night
will be the final edition for
paid ,
March 9 for three weeks of functional training with the NAS from aircraft carriers
non-appropriated funds. Be- j
by Supply Department. This is the third year officers have homeland.
the Japanese J
ginning next week the Air News -
Jacksonville.EACH 1
come to
will be published by the Holt Catania and a degree in food and his commands were the
Publishing Company, as a com- YEAR THEY SPEND textile technology from the Uni- Saipan which was cre-
nine weeks in Athens Ga. attending I
saving thousands of
mercial enterprise paper. versity of Rome.Lieutenant ;
the Navy Supply Corps Giuseppe Musi of a hurricane in the
This is
arrangement expectedto
School before coming here. There Mexico.
save the station's Welfare and Parma, with twenty-two years of
they study logistics of the United commanded the Car-
Recreation Fund $20,000a military service in the Italian
some States Navy and, in particular, Navy, has come to NSCS from Atlantic, and Carrier
year. the principles of the Navy Sup- the Naval Supply Depot, La Spe- 19. He served as Deputy
The general format of the paper -
ply System. the Military Assistance
zia where he has been in the
will remain the same while Lieutenant Commander H. G. Disbursing Department. Lieutenant Group to West Ger-

the number of pages will increase Packard, SC, who heads the For- Musi expects to introducethe June 1960 to Septem-

to 12. eign Officer Training Program concept of central storeroomsin I
The Air News' content will be conducted by the School will shops of the Italian Navy upon wears the Dis-

approximately one half news and accompany the group. returning to Italy.A Service Medal, Silver

one half advertisement.Any The officers will visit Talla- MEMBER OF THE ITALIAN Flying Cross, I
persons desirious of placing hassee and meet with Florida's NAVY Engineer Corps, Ensign I Commendation Rib- I
advertisements in the paper Farris Bryant tour St. Antonio DiPalma of Naples ser.. Unit Citation, I
governor, ;
may call Dick Holt at 359-5140 Officer Unit Commendation.
: Augustine; take a trip to Cape ved as Chief Engineering Navy -
or 359-0271. Classified ads will Canaveral and visit various ships with the Italian fleet before being .
no longer be accepted in the demand
assigned to a supply
and stations in the area during
Editorial Offices of the Air; their stay. control point in La Spezia. Upon Victimized' 50-Miler
News. his return home, he expects to
The senior member of the
However articles will
news resume his former responsibilitiesat I
continue to be processed throughthe group is Lieutenant Commander La Spezia.
Giovanni Olivi of Rome, Italy.
present Air News Office, There are three Brazilian offi-
Prior to coming to NSCS, he was
Bldg. 1, Room 230. cers, all from Rio de Janeiro. ...yy ,
The deadline for copy will be the Supply and Accounting Offi- Lieutenant Adelino Abreu de f y S'r. .',rfu
of the Diving Center, La Spe-
moved up from the present 1200 cer Moraes received his training (as
zia. Lt. Cdr. Olivi is a graduate of
Tuesday to 1200 Monday. :
did the other Brazilian officers)
the University of Rome and holdsa
at the Brazilian Naval Academy.
degree in law as well as a dip-
Two CommandsGet He was at the General Stores
loma in food and textile tech-
Supply Office in Rio de Janeiro
nology from the institution. before coming to Athens. / ,
New I
SkippersCommand
THERE ARE FOUR OTHER Lieutenant Eloy Figueiredo *

of two Navy squad- Italian officers. Lieutenant Com- served in an administrative posi- ; i .
mander Carlo Messina is also /; 3 ,
tion at the Navy College before
rons, one at NAS Jacksonvilleand
the other at Cecil Field, from Rome. He is a graduate of being sent to the Navy Supply %(..:j 44 f t F Yrj: I f fh:::;

changed hands this week. the Italian Naval School, has attended Corps School.Lieutenant -
the Italian War College,
On Wednesday, Commander Junior Grade Ama-
Steven W. Callaway, former and holds a doctors degree in rilio De Alencar Arraes was in
commanding officer of Attack economics and commerce from charge of the General Stores De- '

Squadron 46, took over the reignsof the University of Palermo. pot at the Naval Supply Depot; A/'% % % rf5+'%:;::' ''r//F/ .,r/y%, 6lrlllr

Attack Squadron 44 at Cecil From La Spezia is Lieutenant Rio 'de Janeiro before coming to

Field, relieving Commander Mit- Benedetto Vasta. Prior to reporting Athens.

chell C. Griffin.THURSDAY to NSCS, he was the Lieutenant Commander Joer- ...
...,..
Thorvald Frederik Jensen of r.
AT THE JACK- Supply) Officer at Minesweeper gen
BLISTER BUSTER could be another title for the 50-mile
SONVILLE Naval Air Station, in La Spezia. He Copenhagen is a graduate of the
Headquarters hike, especially when referring to victims such as this. Physi
Commander James R. Constan- holds a doctors degree in econ- Royal Danish Naval Academy. clans say to start off on shorter jaunts before trying the big
(Continued Page 3 Col 5)) omics from the University of (Continued Page 5, Col. 5)) one, lest you'll turn up Blister Bustersl (See hike stories, page 5))

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'i Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 7 March


Station Traffic

s Violation RecordThe

following is a report of .' I..
motor vehicle accidents and
HAS, Jacksonville:
CAPT J. R. Compton ............................................................ Commanding Officer traffic violations for the period
CD Welter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer February 23 through March 1.
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6NORAOM NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
Joseph M. Carson ................................................................ Commander
CAPT Vincent" Casey ...................................................................... Chief of Staff week 8
Fleet Air Wing EI.v.n Total Accidents this year 39

CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm" ............................................................ Commander Accidents during Feb. 1962 31
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer NUMBER OF'DAYS SINCE
Navel Air Technical Training Unit
CAR Harteel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
COR Eugene" F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT 63
Naval Hospital NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
CAPT J. M. Manner ..,............................................................. Commanding Officer week ..... .. .56
CAPT Stephen H. Tellni ............................................................ Executive Officer
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Speeding ............. 11

CAn Ralph E. Elliott, J,. .................................................... Commanding Officer Going through Stop Sign 1
CDR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer Reckless Driving 2
Printed commercially) with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no Other Violations 12
experts to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. Fifty-three drivers appeared
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air !
Jeckeonvllle, Navel Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing before the Traffic Hearing
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Board at the meeting held on
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer March 4. Disposition of the
Andrew H. Pleney ...... ................. Assistant Service Information Officer cases include the following: IIIEIr
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JO I; Staff- five lost driving and parking .. fi
Robert Dodds, SA Ruth Anne Roberts, SA.
;
privileges aboard station, 16
Members ef North florid. Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International jib; 1 ]
Councils of Industrial Editors. were assigned to complete an :_
in remedial
The lax Air News Is e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material eight-hour course
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photo- driving instructions, 10 were
frapha unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. given suspended penalties, 9
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone were given warnings, 7 were
extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 6161. dismissed and 3 were referredto

commanding officers for

Off Duty EmploymentCan possible EXCESSIVE disciplinary SPEED action. ''e \ 4 '"Wk::

Excessive speed is traffic's

number one enemy. You may
Have DrawbacksLiving ask, "What is excessive speed?"

It was found that in twothirdsof
isn't cheap these days, not even for service our excessive speed acci-

people who enjoy the fringe benefits of military installations.A dents, the speed was not above

man with a family, trying to put aside something regularly the speed limit, but obviouslywas
for his children's education and his own retirement years, not safe.Excessive .
often jumps at an honest chance to supplement his income speed does not

by taking a part-time job in his free time. mean high speed only It may

CIVILIAN BUSINESS PEOPLEin advisable for a serviceman to mean going 20 miles per hour SPRING FASHIONATION-Mrr*. C. D. Schneider modeledone
general like to employ servicemen take a job impetuously just because in a 25 mile per hour zone if of the latest Spring fashions at the NAS Officers Wives
Club Fashion Show held last Friday. Her companion is Tina
children are playing in the
they trust them and respect -
; it's available and he can their (owned by Mrs. P. Wilson). Some 200 wives attended the show
their capacity to do good use the money. True, its preferable street or on way to and which featured 11 models. The show was sponsored by the
work. Likewise, local commanders to going into debt, but from school. Any speed may Dental and O&R Department. Mrs. Jeanette Westerman and
are generally lenient in per- isn't it even a better idea to first be excessive if traffic is heavy Mrs. Jean Fagan were Co-Chairmen. Mrs. Terry Dahly was the
take and cars are moving closely Fashion Coodinator and Commentator. Fashions were from
mitting a man to an out- re-examine the
family budget
Jean Jowers of Orange Park wigs by Josef and Charles: flowers
together or if there is fog
,
side job once they're assured thatit and see if expenses can't be trim- from Rivermead Flower Shop and accessories and grooming of
will in no way conflict with or med? For a married servicemanis smoke, slippery pavement or poodles by the Kennel Shop.
impair his military performance.So no different from a married any other hazardous condition.The .
civilian he needs the relax- law says that you must
it becomes a matter to ation and rest of his off-duty adjust your speed to meet existing Navy Gives Special
which the man himself should conditions of the road.It .

give some candid thought, whether hours and the intimate human not only is the law, it's com- Attention to Fat PeopleFat
he's already got a parttimejob influences of his family. mon sense.

or knows where he can get have attentionby
people recently come in for special
one. Is it one that will prevent I :. 71
-
the This
Navy. concern with obesity is not entirely a
his getting enough sleep, thereby matter of looks, though there's no question trim body lines
causing'him to be late for duty? enhance the
E appearance in any grade military uniform.OVEREATING .
Is it one that will leave him AND RESULTING :: _

physically or mentally fatigued, I excess body fat are closely i gram. If you are referred for
thereby reducing his military .:;. 'tied to many serious diseases. weight reduction help to the

efficiency? Is it one that requires 1 .,a.. \\ I These are mainly diseases asso- "Fat Boy" Clinic at the Dispen-
lengthy travel back and forth? WARD ciated with the circulatory sys- sary, remember the help you
get at a relatively early stage
tem. High blood and
THESE ARE ALL MATTERS pressure
i SAI related heart disease are important may enable you to enjoy many
which concern him as a service-
years of health you might other-
examples. These condi-
man. But there is another im-
wise cheat, or eat, yourself out of.
portant aspect. What about his tions are not limited to old peo-

wife and children? A job that I ple in fact, more and more

keeps him away 'from home is young people are developingthese Roosevelt Scores
bound to affect their lives by and other serious condi-
making him remote to the domestic tions from being overweight. 119,000th Landing

circle. And when growing Navy "chow has traditionally Lieutenant Junior Grade Don-

youngsters are concerned, there'sno been designed to provide suf- ald R. Herman, made the 119,000
substitute for a dad's influ- ficient calories for physically arrested landing February 19

ence. hardworking men. But more aboard the attack carrier, USS

That's why it's definitely in- r..1jw r and more people in this day of Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42))
skilled technicians have eating which is deployed with the Sixth

habits of a hard physical laborer Fleet in the Mediterranean.The .
MBDS Notice though their jobs are not stren- landing makes it virtually

Employees Mutual Death uous. So we have a situation certain that the Roosevelt com-
Benefit Society Notice 208 and where good food is causing bad manded by Captain Walter E.
209 is issued to advise members health. Clarke, will surpass its goal of
of the death of two of its 120,000 landings before it returnsto
members.As I THE ANSWER REQUIRES the United States in mid-
application of some common
result of payments by April.
a
1 sense by all of us. The Boy Scout
the Society, members will now This was Herman's 96th land-
advice, "Eat to live, don't live
to
be assessed $2.20 which is now ing aboard the Roosevelt since
1f r eat, is sound and
important in
due and payable. The ten day he reported to Attack Squadron
notice of assissment began on f heart terms of recent knowledge of Fifteen August 7, 1961.
diseases. You will soon .
March 5.Members.
are reminded that h"Jota'.lIIaaoIutely\ find the Mess Hall indicating low Boy: "Don't worry, that's onlya

cash payments will not be ac- calorie meal selections. If you little green snake."
cepted. f.nrJ...-Fi. turned his headlights right buck 0Mflh are overweight, take advantageof Girl: "Yes, but maybe it's justas
boom when the other driver wouldn't dim hli." this aid in your control pro- dangerous as a ripe one."



7 March 1963 TAX AIR NEWS Page 3


i in ft'
MoviesMovies 5 "Annie"Brings


will be shown

1900 on Monday regularlyat through Interest I i iThere's

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on !
Sunday, at the Mainside and : a young lady who hails
Iin from Stavanger Norway, that has
,
NATTU Theaters and at 1900
I ? ( caused quite an interest here at
only on Sunday at the Hospital < >
: NAS Jax.
Theater These times are subject I
SHE IS RESUSCI.ANNE, a
to change.
life-like mannequin designed for
I
Thursday March 7
demonstrating mouth-to-mouth
Mainside-Father Of The Bride.i ,
h. resuscitation and the closedchestheart
NATTUnit-Billy Budd.
Hospital-Tarzan The Man. massage.
Ape
Built to simulate the exact

Friday, March 8 size of an average 15yearoldgirl

Mainside-If A Man Answers. 'Annie", as she is affection-

-Father Of The .. < ately called, hasp' been demonstrated -

Bride. to over 3,000 Overhaul and

Hospital-Billy Budd. I Repair employees. Personnel of

the Naval Air Maintenance Train-
Saturday, March 9 I
Mainside-Warriors Five. itiieSS. ing Group have also gathered to

NATTUnit A Man Answers. i learn more about her.

Hospital-Father Of The Bride. ; T,R 1'' 2 { At present, Annie is spendingone
week of each month at the
Sunday, March 10
Dispensary demonstrating how
Mainside-All The Fine Young
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is
Cannibals.
90 per cent more effective than
NATTUnit-Warrior Five.
any other known method.
Hospital-If A Man Answers. .. ss A ANNIE WAS PURCHASED

Monday, March 11 through Civilian Welfare Recre-

Mainside-A Child Is Waiting. ation funds and has been in the
LIFE BREATH-Taking part in the demonstration of mouth.to-mouth resuscitation using
NATTUnit-All The Fine the mannequin Resusci-Anne is Mrs. Lorraine Phifer of the Industrial Relations Department. R. custody of R. W Vogel, a lead-
Cannibals. W. Vogel foreground) of O&R has demonstrated the life saving training aid to over 3,000 NAS ingman machinist at O&R. Vogal,

Hospital-Warriors Five. employees. with the help of Navy hospital

Tuesday, March 12 corpsmen, has given as many as
Mainside-Sampson And The Shangri-La Gets VAP-62 Honors 20 Men nine 35-minute demonstration per

Seven Miracles of The World. day. He was first introduced to

NATTUnit Child Is Wait- New SkipperThe Resusci-Anne about a year ago

ing. At Commendatory MastTwenty at the Lakewood Fire Station in

Hospital-All The Fine Young attack aircraft carrier USS San Jose where he is the assistantfire
-
Cannibals. Shangri-La (CVA-38)) underwenta men assigned to Heavy chief.
Wednesday, March 13 Photographic Squadron Sixty- Gibson, PR3; and James Doyle Those commands wishing to

Mainside-The Great Van Rob- change-of-command recently Two were honored by Commander ADJ3.VP18's. have Annie's techniques demon-

bery. while in the Brooklyn Naval Robert F. Roemer, Commanding strated as part of personnel life-

NATTUnit-Sampson And The Shipyard. Officer, at CommendatoryMast saving training may contact Char-
Crew One les Able of the Industrial Rela-
Seven Miracles of the World. held on February 15.
Robert W. theShangriLa's
Captain Rynd, tions Department, Bldg. 907.
Hospital-A Child Is Waiting. Thirteen men from the squad-
departing commanding Rewarded Twice
,
ron's photo lab were commendedfor
officer, spoke to the crew their meticulous attention to '
6 Ships Leave NorfolkOn Members of Crew One of Pa- :
and read his official orders. Cap- the tasks assigned, their hard I'assified'.1

Caribbean ExerciseSix tain Edward L. Dashiell, Jr., work, dilligence, and attention to trol .Squadron Eighteen were ., 'cc n '.
then spoke and read his orders again rewarded on Monday,
duty during the Cuban Crisis.
ships of the Atlantic Fleet March 4 for the initial sighting of FOR RENT
finishing with the traditional, "I From October 19 to November
amphibious force have left port the lost Spanish Caravelle NinaII. Riverilde bdrm. apt., $75 per mo.;
for a two month training exer- relieve you, Sir. 15, 1962, they demonstrated pro- The crew spotted the Nina EL 82322.

cise in the Caribbean.The Captain Rynd took commandof fessional performance in which some 1400 miles from San Salva- Lakeihore-3 bdrm., forn. brick house,
ships picked a contingent the Shangri-La on March 14 they rapidly forwarded aerial $105 per mo.; EV 88309.
up dor on November 30. The ship Furn. 1 bdrm. apt., $85 mo. EV
per ;
of 1,800 Marines at Morehead 1962, in Palermo, Sicily. He was photographic data to intelligence was attemping to retrace the 85280.

City, N.C., before entering the born in November, 1914, in agencies within four hours after voyage of Columbus in 1492. Furn. 3 bdrm. apt., $65 per mo.; EV
training area. Brooklyn, New York and attended completion of each photographic 72788.
Each crew member was pre- Apt.-4 rooms; EV 95465.
the Polytechnic Preparatory reconnaissance flight. They received -
In the flotilla the attack
are ;
sented Furn. apt., $85 mo. 3893898.
cigarette
a, personalized per ;
transports Monrovia and Moun- Country Day School in Brooklyn, Letters of Commendationand i ]lighter by Commander V, F. Anderson Furn. house, $65 per mo.; 3847892.
trail, the high-speed transport entering the U.S. Naval Academy Letters of Appreciation.Seven Orange Park-2 bdrm. house, $65 per
I unit skipper and pilot of
Ar- as a midshipman on June 21, awarded the mo.; CO 4-9773.
Liffle, the attack cargo ship men were
Crew One, in behalf of Carl K Ortega Hills-3 bdrm. home, $90
gol, the dock landing ship Don- 1934. Captain Rynd leaves for Navy Good Conduct Medal dur- i Wynn President of the Wynn Oil mo.; EV 76051.Riversidefurn.. per

ner and the tank landing snip duty on the CINCPAC Staff in ing the Mast. They were: Otis Company of Azusa. Calif. The or unfurn. 4 room

Suffolk County.NATTU. Hawaii. Huff, PIIC, fourth award; Rol- squadron had previously receiveda houie EV 89992.

land Morris, AQ1, fourth award; $1,000 check from the same FOR SALE
first award, Edward Rogue, The turned Venetla bdrm. house, garage, price
company. money was
Ni"Scrvicema IIolz I
.lines $7,850; EV 4-6678.
AMS3; Robert Lyon, PH3; Mich- over to the Squadron's welfare Pennant Drlve-2 bdrm. house, $53.50per

ael Millon, ADJ3; Willard H. J, ,and recreation fund.PINNING mo.; SP 1-0559.
ill for Jan. Normandy Village-3 bdrm., 2 baths,
central heat, A/C, $950 dn. $90 per
Outstanding performance of Holz being named "Servicemanof mOl EV 43638.
extra assigned duties as well as the Month" for January at the Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm. house, $62 per
within his divi- Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit mo.; EV 66051.
his normal tasks I Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm., 41G.. I.
sion has resulted in Gunther E. an honor bestowed upon Loan, $61.50 per mo.; EV 95911.
him in ceremonies held Feb- I Cedar Hills Area-3 bdrm., 2 bath,
ruary 26. $750 equity, $85 per mo.; 7716576.
I Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm., 1J bath, Fla.
i
In addition to normal duties of /
r rm., fireplace, FHA appraisal $650 down.
his rate in the Training FacilitiesDivision EV 9-7573.

Holz, a tradevman sec-

ond class, is assigned the task of New Skipper'sContinued
ordering all supplies for the dif-

,ferent sections within the divi- ( From Page)

sion, an exacting task which he tine, former executive officer of

handles well, it was stated. Attack Squadron 42 of Ocean,

During the Greater Jackson- Va., relieved Commander Will-

ville Agricultural and IndustrialFair iam F. Walker as commanding

Holz was assigned to officer of Attack Squadron 33 in

NATTU's display, where he devoted ceremonies held in the morning

many extra hours of effort. in Hangar 114.

Holz was also commended for The command changes will see

his performance in the Commu- the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga

nity Chest-United Fund Drive. gain two new officers. Commander -

Assigned the duties of Keymanfor ON NEW SHOULDER BOARDS Capt. Ralph E. Griffin will take over dutiesas

his division, he was responsible Elliott Jr.. NARTU CO, does the honors for Capt. William M. navigator of the huge carrier
for his division being first Miller, NARTU XO, when advancement for the former Com- and Commander Walker will become -
mander was announced last week. Capt. Miller started his Naval
in NATTU to have 100% contri- the ship' air operations
career In July of 1941. He has served as Executive Officer of
Gunlher E.Hob butions. the NAS Jax based command since June of 1960. fflcer.



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/41 AR SPORTS SE Military Golfers Start



NEWS 1st Jax Invitational TodayPrayers



Sheila for sunshine and '.of which five teams are from planned 36 holes.
Jumps dry greens undoubtedly head- the Jacksonville area, there arc THE BIRTH OF THIS TOUR.
ed the list last night especially -
realized last Fall
five Air Force teams, one Army NAMENT was
for the 80 some golfers who team from Ft. Stewart, Ga., and when NAS Athletic Director
have here to take
gathered
|I three Marine Corps teams. Frank McCaffrey made the pro-
part in the first Southeast
Military Invitational Golf Those Navy linksters hail from posal to Special Services Officer

Tournament to be hosted by Memphis, Tenn., Glynco, Ga., William Fitch and Golf Pro Joe
NAS Jax.SIXTEEN. Vlaypcrt, Cecil Field, Jax Hospital MacDonald. The tournament is
TEAMS, which had ; Jax NATTU and Jax Navy, unique in this region in that it

entered as of Tuesday, were Fla.The encompasses all the Armed
? tb.,. scheduled to tee-off this morning Air Force golfers are from Forces of the southeast area.

at (0900) following at 0815 Robins, Ga., Patrick, MacDill and Parris Island has a similar tour-
welcoming address by Commander McCoy, Fla., and Moody, Ga. ney entitled the Tri-State to

Walter J. Schub, NAS Execu- THE MARINES ENTERED are which golfers of the South and

tive Officer. form Parris Island and Beaufort, North Carolinas' and Georgia are

} ,*;y' tY Besides Navy representation, S.C., and the Supply Center at invited. NAS Jax has received

Albany, Ga.Rostered invitations to this tournament in

.' 1i2 1: a' a pS VA-44 Meets as the Jax Navy the past.

r jSky teammembers are Lew Gifford, "Local military golfers have
Jon Francis, Milt Hurst, Ron enjoyed the field of play here at

Diving Supply For IM Fulton and Bill Robbins. For the Station course for a numberof

Jax Hospital the team consists of years and numerous visi-
xf'tGy'
*m'fy', 'M ;mm. D. D. Phillips, B. Parker, J. T. tors, acclaim it as 'the Navy's

Wave Makes 4 Cage CrownThe Christian'C. A. Broaddus, Jr. finest'", says McCaffrey. "It is

: J. W. Bickerstaff and, as an alternate hoped through this initial introduction -

1962-63 IM basketball season K. A. Parmelee. NAT- of the course to the
1000th JumpNot nears its climax this eveningat TU's teammembers are R. J. other services that the Southeast

b yti ,z 1800 in the Mainside gym as McElhiney, C. J. Duliakas, R. E. Military Invitational will becomean
only is it a 'Woman's F the champions of the Americanand Cherico, T. L. Bolin and G. E. annual event", he added.
World', but a 'Woman's Sky' as cb # National Leagues enter the Holz. After the final ball has drop-

well. At least it appeared so Sun- championship playoffs. In the event March winds blow"uninvited" ped into the last cup, the golf
March 3, for a darkhaired,
day, FOR THE NATIONAL LEA-
rain onto the course ers will be treated to a social
pretty 20-year-old Navy Wave. GUE, the cagers of VA-44 return either today or tomorrow, the hour at the 19th Hole Club

SHEILA KAVANAUGH only from Cecil Field to meet tourney will be held to 18 holesof House. This time is tentativelyset
Wave member of the Jax Navy with the hoopsters of Supply play rather than the originally for 1600 tomorrow.

Sport Parachute Club, had theclub's 'f Y,r e9a: Supply climbed into the American -
distinction of making the w'.. Y-3''t: League victor's chair last

1,000th jump that day. #+h:' :.;i ? Monday after downing VAP62by .x.
a mere four points, 37-33.
Besides being a milestone for
The finals will be judged on.
the club (it celebrated its first
a best two-out-of-three games
jump anniversary the next day),
basis with the second game being
Miss Kavanaugh logged her 33rd
played tomorrow at the same
skydiving success. time. The third game, if required,

The jump was made at White- will be played Monday.The '
house Field, North of Cecil Field, Hornets appear to be favored b
from an altitude of 5,500 feet, to win the crown behinda
coupled with a free-fall delay of season record of eight wins and

20 seconds.An Jax Pistol no losses. Supply, with a 6-1 record -

additional record was set suffered the loss of a win
56 jumps were over the Boat Branch squad when
that Sunday, as Team Enters
recorded. The previous one-day that team dropped out of the

mark was 52 jumps. running at midseason.ON .
Dixie ShootOn THE ROSTER for VA44are
Piloting the l.OOOth-jump plane,
Robert Hyland, Benny Gosey, L'y
a U-16, was Lieutenant Com- the firing line at the Gary Zinn, Joe Rose, C. M. Oye-
mander Ralph Touch, while Lieutenant -
Jax Police Pistol Club's An-
nik, Harold Story, Bill Morgan, t #s a <
Commander Dave Ferrucci nual Dixie Pistol Match to- John Logan, Gary Seaton, Gus ( K
flew C-45 aircraft for the $
an
day, tomorrow and Saturdayis Ulrich, C. D. Stackhouse, Jerry
other jumpers.TO the Jax navy Varsity Pis- West, D. D. Gonzalez, D. A. Mil- 4, x
DATE THE CLUB has a tol Team. ler and James Jewell.
total of 1,018 nonserious injury Leading the five-man squad in Supply's champ-seekers are H

parachute descents. They have the three-day event, behind his Al Drummond, Dale Venter, Nor- o

been made from both helicoptersand experience as a National Rifle val Thurman, Dale Cookingham, CASA LINDA Island is 11th L

twin-engine aricraft. Association instructor is team J. F. Wright, Don Sorey, Harry hole, Part tourney golfers face. E
The club holds its meetings on coach J. A. Cox of NARTU. Braxton, Dave Hammond, J. T.

the second and third Tuesdaysof THE TEAM CONSISTS of Vir- Predmore, Terry Byrd, D. E.
each month at 1900 in Bldg. gil Placid of NAS, Joe Galica of Camden, and James Toal. Lew Gifford Leads LinkstersIn

503. Dr. Art Hagan is the presi- VA-45, O. H. Chitwood of VA-45,
dent and Jim Parsons the Direc- C. L. Linza of NAS and alternate
an -
of the Florida Para- NATTU SportsRoundup
tor-at-large Amateur Golf TournamentLeading
chute Association. L. A. Van Auken of NAS.
I This will be the final match
There are now 31 active and the Second Annual NAS Jax. They are Bill Catlett
eight associated members com- Galica will fire with the Jax Jacksonville Amateur Golf and Jerry Foley of Cecil Field,
team. He is scheduled to be The "Jaxon Lancers"
prising the club. dropped Championship Tournament is Jon Francis of VU-10, Tom
transferred to Key West, Fla., their first league game of the NAS Jax's Lew Gifford.The Greenwood of Carrier Air GroupSix
next week to become the SAM] season to AE "Gold" as their
third and fourth segmentof at Cecil Field and Ray Ken-
Pool Tourney and shoot tactics failed to
Small Arms Marksman run
( Instructor -
the 72-hole play will be held nedy of O&R.
Slated At ) for that area. payoff for the first time this this Saturday and Sunday at the In addition to his recent win-

In and around Jacksonville, the season. Beauclerc and Timuquana golf ning of the Station Military
The loss dropped them into
Service CenterJax Dixie match is considered the .
second place behind the AE courses, respectively.At Championship, Lew Gifford car-
Servicemen are invited to kickoff toward the National Rifle "Blue" team, which the "Lan- the Selva Marina course, ried home top Gator Bowl hon-
attend a pool tournament on and Pistol Matches held each cers" meet Monday to close out Gifford ended the first round ors last December.
March 16 and 17, at the Lutheran Fall at Camp Perry, Ohio. the regular season. with a 68 over 50 other linksters.In .

Service Center located at 19 Next week the shooters will The "Lancers" never led in the second round he fired a Softball Umpires

West Forsyth St. in downtown travel to Tampa March 12-15, to their contest with AE "Gold", but 72 par at the San Jose course to Persons interested in becoming

Jacksonville. Miami March 19-22, and then to managed to battle to within 4 maintain his lead by one stroke. umpires for the 1963 IM Softball

Eliminations will start at 1800 the Interservice Matches to be points with 15 seconds left. Then Gifford's son, Don, is also on season may attend the first Um-

on Saturday with the finals being held at Lackland Air Force Base, the "Gold" team hit two free the roster of players as are four pire's Clinic at 1630 March 11, at

played at 1400 on Sunday. San Antonio, Tex., April 1-5. throws to win the game, 58-52. Navy golfers and a civilian from the Mainside gym.



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U.One S.of FamiliesHit Every 3 VAP-62 Joins 50 Mile H ikersHeavy I


f'" Photographic Squadron Sixty-Two has joinedthe
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By CancerNan tt: n;< : current different"hike 50 mile craze"hikes with recently.some of their men completingtwo I


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Four enlisted men, J... E. boutnnrd -
Wynn, singer and re-
star AMS2, R. A. Guyer, AA; ,Naval OfficersContinued
cording was sitting on
of the entertainment T. G. Bryant, AMS3 and P. P. ( From Page 1))
top .
Monies, AA, set a record for this
world when cancer struck.A L Lt. Cdr. Jensen formerly was assigned
: : area on February 4 by marching to the Danish Naval Staff,

doctor, treating her for 51 miles from Jacksonville to Copenhagen and will return to

"opening night jitters", discovered St. Augustine Beach. The group
the same position.
a lump on her neck, which made the jaunt in 12 hours and
Lieutenant Kaj Aage Larsen
later proved malignant. Prompt 15 minutes.IN .

treatment saved Nan Wynn's life 8 ta it <.. THE OTHER HIKE, 16 individuals from Copenhagen is Danish also a Naval grad-
uate of the Royal
but she was left with a paralyzedface undertook a round robin
been the
Academy. He has on
and a seemingly insurmountable march of 50 miles on Monday, Command
staff of the Naval ,
obstacle to her show busi- February 25. The group had at Copenhagen, where he worked in

ness career. least one man from each depart- the Planning Section, and has

ment in the squadron.The .
MONTHS LATER NAN WYNN I served as Supply Officer in several

began to move her mouth. Grad- men were cautioned about corvettes.
the hazards of the hike and were
ually, she recovered the use of Lieutenant Commander Gisle
directed to good judgmentin
her facial muscles. And now she's use Tveit Hoy land of Bergen, Nor-
the interest of safety and
singing again and fighting can- represents the Royal Nor-
way
: Lieutenant R. K. War-
health
by
cer, too, as an American Cancer r rOYr' weigian Navy. A graduate of the
burton, VAP-62's Flight Surgeon.
volunteer. Royal Norweigian Naval Academy
He made a tour in his car during
Nan Wynn's story is just one the hike and ordered severalmen he has spent three years as
and Aide to the
Staff Secretary
of many who have been savedin to discontinue the walk due
Commander Norwegian Coast
,
time. But there are others for to severe blisters.
Fleet Headquarters. One of his
whom it was too late. Some 275, Those men who completed the
interests at the Navy Supply
000 Americans are dying of can- ON A HIKE go these men from VAP-62. Sixteen set hike in 14 hours and 15 minutes U.S.
the
School is learning
Corps
cer every year and 815,000 are out to hike a 50 mile round robin but only four completed the I were T. Faulkner, ADJ1; G. E. problems experienced in
hike. Heimke W. D. Honea and Navy
under care, about 530,000 new AA; ; converting to Federal Stock

cancer cases will be discoveredin D. R. Scharf, AN. Numbers, since his own Navy

1963. One of them could be NATTU Instructor Marine's Hike The doctor pointed out that will soon follow a similar sys

you! 'extreme care should be exercisedby tem.

What can you do about it? For To Compete For persons unaccustomed to Athens, Greece, is the home of
Ends Hastily walking. In fact, a 50 mile hike
one thing, you can fight this first Lieutenant Myron Zacharopoulos,
should not be attempted at
dread disease while you are hale who represents the Royal Hell-
but worked to gradually.
and hearty enough to do so by "Schoolmasler"I A try &t hiking more than 50 up enic Navy. A graduate of the
I I miles to attend a monthly train- COMMANDER R. F. ROEMER. he has
giving to the National Health Greek Naval Academy,
Agencies campaign in A Naval Air Technical Train- ing session of Marine Attack Squadron skipper has strongly had many varied assignments,

now pro- ing Unit instructor will be named Squadron 142 ended under un- endorsed a hiking program de- to the NATO Navalone
for secretary
gress military and civilian I
within the next month to represent I usual circumstances for Corporal signed to condition the men on being
of his most interesting
personnel of Navy activities in NATTU in the Chief of I Glenn Jenkins of Bunnell, Fla the shorter hikes to enable all Athens Greece.

the Jax area. Naval Air Technical Training's after covering 35 miles of the hands to complete a 50 mile hike Staff, ,

THE FINAL CURE FOR CANCER annual "Schoolmaster' competition. journeyThe without incuring bad blisters.Lt. The Venezuelan Navy is represented -

the objective of the American 24-year-old Marine Air Reserve R. K. Warburton will check by Ensign He Gustavo is a
Contreras of Caracas.
Cancer Society will bring an Competition within the various I hit the road at 0500 last all participants periodically dur- : of the Naval Academyat

end the loss of life, suffering and I administrative phases of the I Friday in an attempt to get to ing the hikes to insure that no I II graduate

personal tragedy which cancer I schools is already underway with NAS Jacksonville in time to be I injuries occur. I II Maiquetia.

inflicts on two out of every three i the deadline for phase winners gin training at 0730 Saturday.Cpl. I
side and stopped him. It seems
families. You can help by givingfor March 8. From March 8 to March Jenkins is an aircraft hy- I that Triumphant
there is a law prohibits
Better Health through the 22 competition on the schools draulics mechanic in Marine Attack walking county roads after dark.

campaign of the National Health level will take over and the com Squadron 142. I of
I So Cpl. Jenkins rode the rest For
Agencies. mand-wide competition will he CPL. JEnKINS wanted to show I II the way to NAS Jacksonville with Return

Cancer is one of six Health held from March 2 to March 27. that "an ordinary Joe can keep the officers after explaining the I

agencies involved in the local Each contestant will be judgedon himself in good physical condi- reason why he was on the road'at Pirate Finders"We
I
tion" and demonstrate that I
drive. The other are American such areas as Personal Ap- that time of night.
Heart Marine Air Reserves are ready at : proud of the entire -
Association, National So- pearance; Statement of Objec- The young Marine Reserve who are very
ciety for Crippled Children and all times. I II in crew," said Commander R. P.
tives, Delivery Technique Use of I manages a service station Bun-

Adults, National Associaton for Training Aids, Questioning, Se- His trip ended abruptly at 2000 I' nell reported for training Satur- Smyth, commanding officer of

Retarded Chldren, Muscular Dys- lection, organization and overall I Friday night when a Putnam I day morning none the worse for Patron Five.

trophy Association, and National effectiveness. I County squad car pulled along- I his walk. THESE WORDS were typicalof

Society for Prevention of Blind- the thoughts of all personnelat
.
,
y.,v,} v,Y.O'S: Y.7P,:y 0,:n4..oyrxwrvf.ws. ; y.K Y.:t +Mj y.yTyfx+vi R+ !w?n!"''awy '0' '10 j r. n y.r n 1p A''
ness. ;. ::y, ':,:':2'k: :: }: r; J j .1..r. VP-5 upon the arrival of Lieu-

4 MI1i tenant W. E. Bridgman and his

crew from NAS Roosevelt Roads,
CNARESTRA Tells .N,' Puerto Rico.

f<;::1:]F:;:,: Just five days previous to their

Open TAR BilletsA return to NAS Jax, Lt. Bridgmanand

his crew had been projectedinto
total of 38 rates are now the national spotlight when

considered open for recruiting to they found the captured Venezu-

fill TAR billets within the Naval elan freighter Anzoategvi.The .

Air Reserve Training Command,
CNARESTRA announced this i SP2E was launched fromN.

week. Ewi i ( ff f S. Roosevelt Roads and givenan
4 + ,
l area to search. The third con-

Open rates are: ET3, YN2, j t tract that was investigated prov-

YN3, PN2, PN3, SK3, CS3, J01, ed to be the hijacked ship.

JO2, J03, DM3, CE2, CM2, ADJ2,

AD3, AT3, AX3, A03, AQ1, AQ2, ar l' / t .' iry. Several messages were trans

AQ3, AC3, AB3, AE3, AM3, PR3, cys mitted to the captive vessel to

TD1, TD2, TD3, AK3, HM3, SD2, change course and proceed to San
SD3 Juan, Puerto Rico. "They just
SN/SA, HN/HA, AN/AA
and TNTA.In /. ignored us," Lt. Bridgman stated.

:i AFTER MANY FUTILE attempts -
addition, the YN1 rate is y ri
considered :k y yy y to contact the freighter,
open at NAS New
Lt. Bridgman was given permis-
York. Personnel in a rating not
sion to fire rockets over the bow
allowed in the command will be
of the vessel in an attempt to
.
approved for active duty pro- ,
; S This action also was
vided they agree to change to ; ., iili gain contact.
.4t.X; /J. ,
t't iFrt4 i. r; ; : : avail.
one of the listed rates within 18 ') 'f;;t>; .. : to no

months after active The plane continued to track
recall to
Patrol Squadron Five crew that potted the Venezuelan freighter Anzoategri is Interviewed the pirated freighter until relief
duty the CNARESTRA notice
,
said. by local news media upon return to Jax. aircraft arrived on the scene.T .






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"0" Club Events YOUR AMERICAAFPS Fire Chief Moran--

Friday March 8
Luncheon 1115-1345. ( American Heritage Foundation Feature) French JobNAS

Annex: Aircraft MaintenanceDept. By Clark Kinnaird Accepts

Steak Cookout. Fire Chief Donald R. Moran, a familar figure hereat

Happy Hour 1530-2130. = __" fli i mr JV"I+ the station for the past 15 .years, leaves the employment
Dinner 1800-2130. .
of the Navy tomorrow.
... ... ties serving Navy activities.
Dancing in dining Room with .IIIIUnELD (ILLI IVI.Y I" I. HE HAS BEEN APPOINTEDas

the Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400. Ill: 32 J ""' ..l!.AT.m.B. NEW GOODS, a Fire Protection Specialistand During his Jacksonville tour,
rr. L r..w t.N.N
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...r-.... -rir 'iwuN ..990.1. { r rr.rrll PMM- tiM
... .
i Saturday, March 9 ::=.:."=:'.:::::..: I 1 ....-.q.-r- -"::' L.1- .".,11"C"-'S:: MATHU.LAW**CO. will transfer to Verdum, the fire chief was the presidentand
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Luncheon 1115-1345. L r--.rA::.rrl.rll"::M..rr. I :r'I:::,H ,:".:=r"1'..-I..""., :_:-._:::_: :-::..;....:.Y.w.r..4..:... A_"' _MLL.rwwy.-._' France, the Army Headquartersof member of the board of
Walnut, St. Johns! Room, South wrr.r.. .... 11-I hI=,-"', :===- Mu.cJUlfDllt, the 4th Logistical Command.In directors of the Jax Navy Credit
'
Porch: NARTU inspection Party -==_,rT.:. 5'......:,,._..:::"'" ...yLw..:....:...:..,'=....:_..M.....t_:'..:.:. S"'im'-c.-.t'::_=:.'::',, his new capacity, Chief Union. He was also president-

210Q. S7.t c wl_.,' ........,...w.bYnw11U o.\;:\...r:...... "rah.-....;;-.:::-. r.a.-rr ...w.-.w-w.w.r.fww.rrW .........r..I Moran will inspect the firefighting member of the Navy and Civilian
= wli '
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Happy Hour 15301800. :I."c-: ;;..- -. .;:::::.-- .Yw 11r =-.r.rrrAr. Club 2366 as well as
...r_ 1. .r .:M-'r.... .. .. eo. =:" facilities in that command'sarea Toastmaster
:::::=
Dinner 18002130. ,.+:'.=-r::.::::' J,;.'::.':.:..b ww. IIEMOV AI... ,_..........,._... a member of the NAS Jax Civil-
-' which takes in all of France
::::=Yw.1' :.wrr.-::-r.err:; CAMrtLLt n.nOIl
Dancing in Dining Room with and parts of Germany and Italy. I II Ian Food Service Board.
I II
Johnny Jelinek 2030-0030. FROM NEWSPAPERS SUCH AS THIS. Abraham Lincoln got I I The assignment is for a two-year Chief Moran's successor had
Annex: VF-13 Party 2000. much of his education. Prof. Reinhold II. Luthin, author of The Real duration."I .
Abraham Lincoln (pub. by Prentic-Hall), discredits those long lists I not yet been named at press
Sunday, March 10 of books it is claimed Lincoln devoured as a youth. He reached truly hope I return to Jack- time.
Brunch 1115-1345. the conclusion that "other than newspapers Lincoln's only real sonville", says Moran. "I've been I
Family Buffet 1800-2100. literary interest was poetry." Storekeeping helped educate him, too. extremely pleased with the Navy i

Monday March 11 IN LINCOLN'S TIME A "GENERAL STORE" such as occupiedhim fire fighters here at NAS and !lue jackets

Luncheon 11151345. at New Salem, 111., during his twenties, was a center of com- personally, the Navy is fortunateto
Happy Hour 1530-1800. munity social life and a political forum. The storekeeper was
have them. In addition, I've
Dinner 1800-2100. usually the buyer of the backwoodsman's products as well as sup- but DamsThursday
plier of the 'necessities. He often was postmaster, tax collector, enjoyed working with the Navy
Tuesday March 12 magistrate and banker.IT and its civilians on all levels of March 7

Luncheon 1115-1345. WAS NECESSSARY FOR A STOREKEEPER to read regularlyat supervision. Dining and Dancing.
Happy Hour 15301800.St. least one paper from a large city for knowledge of going pricesof UNDER CHIEF'S MORAN'S
Johns Room: All Wives commodities he bought and sold. (Merchandise offerings were of the NAS Fire Department Friday. March 8
Bridge 1230.Dinner such interest in backwoods places that store ads commonly ran on supervision, <<;- Dance featuring March Wilson
page one.) As postmaster, Lincoln was also able to read all news has placed second in
18002100.St. papers coming into New Salem. From them, and from his experiencesas the nation for fire prevention and his Red Coats 2100-0100.

Johns Room Duplicate storekeeper, he obviously learned much. When President he measures. It is also the first Saturday March 9
Bridge 1930. still salted and peppered his conversations with anecdotes about .
what he had observed in those Storekeeping days. Navy Station to receive an "out Dining and Dancing 1200-1900.
Wednesday. March 13 standing" rating as reported by Command Party NARTU 1900-

Luncheon 1115-1345. district fire officers. 0100.

Walnut Room CAG 1 Wives received Sunday, March 10
Four years ago, he
Happy Hour 1530-1800. -I special three-month assignmentin Dance ,featuring March Wilson

Dinner 1800-2100 Foreign Turkey where he inspectedthe and his Red Coats 2000-2400.
Dish Russia.
Night Turkish fire protection facili- Monday March 11

Thursday March 14 Dining and Dancing.
Luncheon 1115-1345.
Happy Hour 15301800. Names of First Tuesday. March 12

Dinner 1800-2100. Happy Hour 1700-1800.

St. Johns Room Adult 5000 Navy Pilots Dining and Dancing.

Dance Class 2030.Blood Sought by AuthorThe Wednesday, March 13

Game Night 2000.
publishers of the Naval
1900 the
Saturday, March 9 at
Donors k Aviator Register are seekingthe Bluejackets Inn will be closedto
names and current ad-
all personnel because of the
x dresses of the first Na-
: 5,003 ,
Thirty-s.ix enlisted
persons recently NARTU Command Party. A tem-
donated blood to the Naval val Aviators, to faciliate the Enlisted Men's Club and
Hospital Blood Donor Center compilation of a biographic porary in
Crow's Nest will be set up
Donating blood from Adminis- register. 3 from 1830-0100. March
Bldg.
The book is being compiled
tration Department were: GraceE. Wilson and His Red Coats will
Baird, SN; Roger W. Coleman, by Commander Robert L.
Arthur, USN, (Ret.), with the play for dancing.
YN2; Carol A. Douglas, AA; Kar- .
en S. Folden YN3; Norbert P. 3 Naval Reserve Rear cooperation of the Departmentof

Hemmann, SA; and Harold C. the Navy.Twentyfive. How About
copies of the

Saverwein Donating, YN2.from Supply depart- Admirals To Visit HereThree first volume will be especially State Taxes?
the
ment were: Peter G. Abbott, AA; bound for presentation to

Samuel D. Hammond, AK3 and Naval Reserve Rear Admirals 25 individuals who furnish the Contrary to a popular miscon-

Robert P. Kelleher, AK3. are visiting the Jacksonville FairJax, has arranged the schedule greatest number of correct ception, naval or military service
of activities for them here addresses. They should be
this week. automatically exempt
area
From Overhaul and Repair de- does not
partment: Gilbert A. Chavarria, Rear Admirals Harry M. Can- in Jacksonville and they are being mailed to Naval Aviator Reg- personnel from State and local

AN; Michael R. Flynn, AN; TerryG. ady, Leslie R. Reid and Charles E. hosted by Capt., Ralph E. Elliott, ister, 15 "E" Street, N. W. taxes. Like other United States

Tyrer, AMH3; Frank O. Wilson, Rieben have been guests of Vice Jr., Commanding Officer, NARTU., Washington 1, D. C.C.T citizens, members of the Armed

AA; and Lafayette G. Barnett. Admiral Fitzhugn Lee, Chief of .. Forces have a responsibility to
> c{{ { +, o: {">A6 ?"k d ?7 3 t!
now }
Donors from Ordnance Depart- Naval Air Training, and are share in the cost of local govern-

ment were: Michael Bertolani, in the Jacksonville area for a ment by paying taxes.

AOCS Lawrence A. visit and briefing with ComFalr- r } .
}
; DeNaeyer, : }% :}: Each United States citizen
MN2; Joseph Hutzenbiler, SN; Jax.They :Y}F.?. C.T ro\I member of the Armed ForceS hasa
Richard D. Neal, AA; Robert W. will also be guests at the "domicile" or as it is frequently -

Olson, MNSN; Philip R. Owens, NARTU and Weekend Warrior referred to, a "home state."

MNSN; Charles R. Roberts, AO1; inspection on Saturday, March 9.) However, the law recognizes thata

Onni M. Sironen, AOAN; and RAdm Canady is an executive has only one home stateor
Robert W. yolgmuth. with Pan American World Airways person
domicile that is, only one
:. ;
and is of the '
graduate
a a
Donating blood from Operations s'a + : : ti4': states in which he is a legal resident -
Naval Academy. He w class
Department were: Kenneth W. for tax purposes.
mate of RAdm R. J. Stroh
,
Ayers, EN2; Maria E. Diaz, SA; pre
It is the member's obligation to
sent ComCarDiv Six.
James W. Holmes, DC2; CharlesB. RAdm Reid is an executive $ ? I IK ascertain and comply with his
d'
Kelly, BM3; Philip E. Stucker, tax liability to his
with the City National Bank of I personal
AA; Gary J. Sullivan, ATRAN; Chicago. I "home state." JAG Notice 5840 of
and Joseph F. Wright, AA.
December 1962 furnishes information -
RAdm Rieben is a Management 21
Charles E. Brown, A2C; and Engineer with the R&D Sectionof to active duty person-

Renzial L. Davidson, A2C of the Naval Air Material Center, nel with respect to their incometax

679th Radar Squadron; Wayne J. Philadelphia.RAdm liability, if any, to the placeof
Frey, MU3 and George M. John their domicile.
Joseph M. Carson, Com-
son, MU2 of the NAS Band; Don-

ald E. Connell, E01 of Public
Works Department and WilliamD. NATTU Honormen New Course OfferThe

Farkey of Galley No.1; all CI&E Center, Bldg. 955

gave blood to the Naval Hospital.The C. W. Foster, AEAA, AE "A" RETIREMENT TIME-Commander Gordon D. Bradberry has announced that USAFI courseon

School. 85.63. ... Assistant Officer in Charge of FAETU DET TWO was piped College Physics I, will soon
first known attempts to K. D. White, AOAA. AO "A" over the side in retirement ceremonies after completing 22 years be available to all personnel. This
build a rocket ship were madein School. 85.56.R. Naval service February 28. Cdr. Bradberry started his Naval course is similar to those offered
enlisted in June 1941, served as Combat Air-
career as an man
China more than 500 years M. Joyner, AE1, AE "B" crewman during the early years of WW II. He attended Flight by civilian colleges in the fresh-

ago. School. 82.44. School and was commissioned as a Naval Aviator in Jan. 1945. man or sophomore year.



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