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Creation Date: May 30, 1962
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I expression of any i
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised
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VOL. 21 NO. 12 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 30, 1963



MAS RATCC Controls CinCLantFlt Cites 16 U i 7




150,000 Plane LandingA CFJ, Cecil Navy Men ,-.



twin-engine "Aztec" Navy aircraft, piloted by Lieutenant Com- Sixteen Jacksonville Navy men have been cited by the CommanderIn
mander P. J. Demster and co-piloted by Lieutenant R.P. Guthrie Chief of the U. S. Atlantic Fleet for their outstanding performance
Jr., last Friday became the 150,000th plane to land here at NAS of duty during the 1962 Cuban crisis.
Jax through the assistance of the ground control approach system Commended last Friday were
used by Radar Air Traffic Control Center Seventeen (RATCC-17)) three officers from the staff of al Robert L. Dennison Commander -
The 100.000th landing was made In April 1960. I 1w Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, In Chief of the U.S.Atlantic
Master Chief Air ControlmanTom Commander Fleet Air JacksonFleet during the crisis, at ceremonies -
Hanley, leading chief petty Lt. Guthrie a radar watch! ville, and six officers and seven here and, later the same
officer at RATCC, directed the with the Center. 3)I chief petty officers assigned to day at NAS Cecil Field. :
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record landing which was logged chief Hanley and the Light Photographic Squadron 62 The award recipients played key,
In at 4:37 p.tn. were joined by their based at NAS Cecil Field. but undramatic roles during the \
Lt. Cdr. Demster Is the assistcharge, Commander Admiral Carson presented the crisis, according to Admiral I
ant air traffic control officer and (Continued on page ) commendations, signed by AdmirContinued( on page 6)) F
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AFMA Hears VAdm. Lee Discuss s, Hospital's Green Sells 100 Navy ;



Management And Organization I Relief Donation Ticket BooksBy


By Marc Whetstone, J01 Mae Spencer, JO'I

Sound management rests heavily on sound organization. i "I felt owed Navy Relief something as they really helped me out
the opinion of Vice Admiral Fitzhugh Lee, Chief of Naval Air last year" so said Lawrence L. Green, HM2 of the Naval Hospitallast
as outlined In his address last week to members of the r Thursday. Green at that time had sold 100 books of Navy Relief
Chapter of the Armed Forces Management Association.As + __ donation tickets.
the principle speaker for the __ This Is thought to be the greatest Relief Society," he stated.
luncheon, held at the NAS Officers "It must entail some number of books sold by an Individ- "The Society was really wonderful -
Club Adm. Lee said, during his organizational diagram, ual thus far In the drive. to us at the time" Green
speech on Management Within the Lee suggested, "which Last February, Green and his continued, "so when the drive
Naval Air Training Command, "I somebody at the top.... wife Carol lost their 2-1/2 year started locally, I was more than
have found In the last coupleof It goes Into various boxes 4)f old son. Green was working at happy to try and sell" a few booksof
years, since coming here into delegate, through the 4)i the NAS Dispensary then and It donation tickets. -
my present command, that In lots these boxes, to certain was suggested to him that he The Navy Relief Society Fund-
of places In this mad pursuit for who are the top names in apply to the Navy Relief Society Drive will end here on Thursday,
efficent management we have what he's suppose to do for funds to assist him with the June 6. Until that time all person
sidestepped, avoided some of the thing. expenses Incurred during the nel, military and civilian, have the
aspect of leadership and some of "We should have that baby's Illness and subsequent opportunity to purchase a book of
the aspect of command..and we Navy Department..we funeral expenses. "In fact," said donation tickets for only $2.50.
have sometimes accented to much It for the Fleet..we should Green, "the Society took care of This book of tickets entitles the
the techniques of this business and for each element of the shipping the body to San Antonio, holder to an opportunity to obtainone
forgotten some of the basic con- Texas. All together we receiveda of some 23 prizes. The top
siderations."I (Continued on page ) grant of $500 from the Navy prizes are a 1963 air-conditioned
think that one of our basic "- Thunderbird, a fully-equipped

considerations said the admiral, SHIPMATES serving on the staff of the Supreme Corrmander were honored last Sunday when Fleet equipped Corvalr-Sedan Falcon. and a fully-

"Is organization." Reserve Branch 91 held special Memorial Day Services here on the Station. The ceremonies be- Other prizes Include two sets 1
that the word"organization" I
He emphasized
Isn't heard gan In the All Saints Chapel with a sermon by Chaplain H.E. Waters. This was followed with a re- of Bristol golf clubs, tape
much, and asked the audience very by ligious ritual led by Branch President Willis Capwell, MUC, at the HAS Gun Salute Battery area. recorder, a portable TV, a port-
what means they would prevail An Alert Security Forces firing squad fired a 21 volley salute afterwhich Marine LCpl JohnMunizi able stereo, six Schwinn bicycles, )
upon to organize bee running sounded taps. Flowers and wreaths were then place aboard d helicopter and flown out to sea in and 10 transistor radios. j
their businesses. \ 2JIf' memory of those deceased. (Official U.S. Navy Photos by Marc Whetstone, JOn) (See photo page 3)I ) i
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Traffic Record JJi.X JS.XB., NEWS

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*$! I is a report of

accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
for the period of May 2O published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
r 26. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
1 ACCIDENTS private firm. All copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
QF NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

4 May 20 through Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before

................................4 publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-
this year through Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.

..............................106 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
accidents through May concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

.............................110 Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --
.lephone 359'-5140 or 359-027L
OF DAYS SINCE

INJURY IN MOTOR VOL. 21 NO. 12 'MAY 30, 1963Hurricane
ACCIDENT........19


OF VIOLATIONS Season Here;

.............................79
driving .................7
through Stop Sign.......2 Precautions Outlined
violations:.................50

CHANNEL 7 drivers appeared By Mae Spencer, J01 1
Traffic Board
relations Hearing
ed another held on Monday, The sudden squally rainstorm and wind conditions of last Thursdaywere
ComFairJax Disposition of the cases a vivid reminder that the annual tropical storm and hurricane
to be auctioned the following: 10 lost season Is due on Saturday,June L
al television and parking privileges Storm conditions will prevail the local stations, regularly broad
chairman for the station; 13 were periodically through Novem- casts Information on storm con-
al's Office. to complete an eight- ber 30.) ditions.
personal in remedial driving Aboard the Naval Air Station It has been found through the
; 12 were given sus- hurricane warnings have been organized that such advance
the form of a years warningson
five were given Into four conditions
; storm conditions that
These items, may
to n tugboat to ; three were dismissed according to the nearness of the evolve into hurricanes have been
were referred to com- storm. Instrumental In saving lives and
auction from officers for possible dis The condition of less serious-
telephoned in. ( ) action. ness Is Condition Four. In this property.When the first storm warningsare

\ Condition there is a possibility of should insure
H given, persons
::f DRIVF.RS ALWAYS) destructive winds occuring within that their automobiles have full
; ( '\: IN AND OBEY SIGNS 72 hours. Certain preliminary gas tanks and that the batteriesand
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t common knowledge that precautions are undertaken at this tires are in good shape.

signs and laws are time.When A plentiful supply of drinking
: accidents go down. Traffic destructive winds are ex- water should be maintained along
PH2P1)W", signs and signals are pectdd i In 48 hours Condition Threeis with food that doesn't require
specific locations where set, precautionary measuresare refrigeration. Power failures are
; regulations apply orwhere continued. quite frequent during severe
hazards are not clearly If the storm continues to storms and thus frozen or "Ice-
They also provide infor- approach the general area, box" food may spoil.
on direction, routes and Condition Two is established when It is also a good practice to
The signs have the storm can be expected to have a flashlight, first aid kit
shapes and colors that arrive within 24 hours.It fire extinguisher and battery
; an indication of what is then that measures are powered radio nearby.All .
before he is close enough undertaken to make It possiblefor loose objects such as lawn
J the An the station to be secured within -
working. eight- chairs tools, and trash cans
( means "Stop". Dia- 12 hours. During this time should be put under cover.If .
signs warn drivers general operations continue if it Is found that storm warn-
down for dangerous situa possible.At ings will be severe, windows
the time It becomes
Triangular signs mean probablethat should be taped or boarded.
Right of Way" and a round the hurricane will strike within Once the storm reaches the
12 hours the station Is then
of a railraod crossing. secured. area, people should 'remain Indoors -
or rectangular signs give If it is determined that the storm until the "all clear" is
on regulations and will definitely strike the area theStation's given on the radio. Hurricanes
Disaster Control CenterIs
are quite tricky and sometimes
LETTER OF traffic control signs alerted and steps then are takento return.
Gray Lady is one of the greatest recall all station personnel. After the storm hits and passeson
of It is a good practice during the
accidents. If
appreciation ( you obey through care should be usedin
hurricane season for all
will live longer.pf personsto be
around. There
driving may
pletes her term ( ) listen for the latest storm
undermined pavement and broken
advisories on radio and TV. TheU.
and lines and
water
power, gas
S. Weather Bureau
through
other generally unsafe conditions.



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,M Time's ValueEver


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...$ wonder where all the time goes? It is such a busy world we live
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In today that often we simply cannot find the time or energy to do work
iLfjjJrr properly.The .
fact of the matter, however, is that we waste enough time each
day to get all our work done and still have enough left over to relax.
Granted, one cannot work continuously throughout the day withouta
break or letup at sometime. But Is It necessary to have the day
luncheon held broken up Into tiny bits of work and disproportionate bits of rest?
cers Club. A JOB to perform is your main object of the day. Constant con-

tator Lusskin for, the f : ( ) .". on the riVtrakmlnd oriented to the task at hand can keep you going

Mrs. D. D. ; .... idle Sure chatter, Mr. Serviceman, you need that coffee break and even that
around
ponding the water fountain but these things should come
; I HAVE THE effort second and not first In your Work day. You will find that a little extra
Mrs. M. D.
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INTERMISSION. payoff u1" a job well done and In the time allotted.
Ron Gardner, ) Never let time be your enemy. Make friends with it fast. (AFP)

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r CPO Wives NotesThe .:, ','. .,... :.. >... NAS [ :Rhymes ,of the.Tjmoa>< I| i
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CPO Wives board membersmet 'M'> WITH, .S I
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board meeting with Mrs. Fee '. >.1
Cancer presiding.The : f:: ( from page 1)) yoUgorvDs
wives will help the NAS UNDERWRITEOUR
CPO Club with a Welcome Aboard :, 'I'r Braddock in cutting a specially NATiON'S I
Reception and Buffet for newly prepared decorated cake to cele- SAFETY
AND ITS .
promoted chiefs and brate the occasion. .
their wives on MIGkI.: ". .
Monday June 3 at 7:30 > What is now know as RATCC .. _. \ "..
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the NAS CPO Club. Informationmay I began its existence in 1946 at I
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be obtained by calling the Fleming Island airstrip ,Since.. lions Building. .
Club Hospitality Chairman then the equipment' used for aircraft As' many as' three' aircraft can
Mrs. Emma Taylor SP1-5728. ground controlled approacheshas be controlled on precision
been vastly Improved.At approaches at the same time with
that time the equipment required the modern RATCC instrument, *,
five controllers and only flight rule traffic within Restricted :
one aircraft could be handled on Area 2903. This area. lying' 1
final approach at any one time.In south. and west: ,of NAS,' :Is 40
N., 1947 the unit moved to Lee miles east and west and'60 miles I
Field at Green Cove Springs. It north and south in size.
made its move to the present All instrument approaches to '
location in October 1952. Radar both NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field, /
approaches are now controlled in and all IFR aircraft operating
the new center put Into beingin within the area, are controlled by
1959 and located In the Opera- RATCC I

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T } R
OME-HUNDRED BOOKS.of Navy Relief donation tickets have L J

been sold by Lawrence L. Green, HM2 of the Naval Hospital thus 'r."
WESTSIDEMember: t \
far in the current drive. This is believed to be a record for an I'

individual ticket seller. The drive will end on Thursday, June 6. r
9J Up to that time persons may purchase a book of donation ticketsfor a I
$2.50 which will give them an opportunity to win one of .
Of F.D.I.C. $10,000 worth of prizes (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner ;

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..._ furniture Ittdg.V. cake commemorating 150,000th radar controlled landing at
NAS Jax. Pilot Lt. Cdr. P. J. Dempster and co-pilot Lt. R. P.
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Patrol Squadron Sixteen Det.

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To Assume Caribbean Duty Sat.Patrol .-


a Squadron Sixteen will assume Individual ASW crews and aircrafton three plane detachment from Pa-
the antisubmarine and ship- a,scheduled basis within the de- trol Squadron Seven, commandedby
y' ping surveillance duties of Detachment tachment. Normally, three ASW Commander P.D. Derr, Jr.
Six at Naval Air Station, crews are assigned to this detachment The VP-7 crews will return to
I IH Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico on squadron headquarters at NAS
41 Monday, June 3. Detachment Six In assuming the Caribbean patrol Jacksonville under operational
y. Is a permanent collateral duty rotated duties, Commander Boutte's control of Fleet Air Wing Elevenon
between theNASJacksonvlllebased 'Eagles' will relieve a similar June 3.
squadrons of Fleet Air Wing
Eleven commanded by Captain
Louis P. Pressler. MAKING A MOVE
Commander Wllllan J. Vaught,
VP-16's Executive Officer andPa- Rent ANEW i
trol plane commander of ASW crew
FORD Truck
J 2, will lead a flight of three SP-2E
lw.LETTER Neptunes' to Roosevelt Roads,departing VANS
OF COMMENDATION Cdr. Albert A.
presented to home base NAS Jackson- STAKES
Elwood by Capt. Ralph E. Elliott, CO, NARTU. The letter originating !- ville on Saturday. PICKUPS
from RAdm. William I. Martin, CNARESTRA, was pre Detachment Six, under the oper- ** LIFT GATES '
sented to Cdr. Elwood for designing and putting into operationan ational control of Rear Admiral PANELS

electronic controlled training trailer to train future aircrews in Allen Smith Commander, Caribbean Move Yourself
search and patrol aircraft. Cdr. Elwood is a member of Selected Sea Frontier, performs a And Save Up To 50% SPECIALLONGDISTANCE
Reserve Squadron VS-742 and has designed and improved other vital mission for the U.S. Navy
in the Caribbean RATESNAT'NA
electronic devices for the Navy. As a civilian he is employedas area. VP16'sDetachment
Six crews the
Technical Director of Marine Instruments. roam
vast reaches of the Caribbean Sea '
In their SP- 311 W. STATE ST.
Neptunes ;to Panama -'
VP-5 Crews Off To SicilyPatrol In the west, thenortheastcoastof CAI R NTAL EL 3.8684
South America and the Windwardand 110 JULIA ST.

Squadron Five, comman- Sigonella, Sicily. Bahama Island chains. LL ..747SIDrn
ded by Commander R.P. Smyth, During its Mediterranean assignment Comm ande r L.H. Boutte VP-
left the Jacksonville area yester- the squadron will be engaged 16's Commanding Officer, main- t
day and today for a five-month tour in antisubmarine patrol tains squadron headquarters at
of duty at the Naval Air Facility, (flights with the U.S. Sixth Fleet.In NAS Jacksonville and will rotate
addition VP-5 crews will work
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closely with NATO allies In con- I RhytnQU of the TttnG I
AFMAContinued ducting various Joint exercises.A .
unit of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, AVE "\'W\jjIZ/\ '
The "Mad Foxes" are expected to
( from 1)) FUN .
page
return to NAS Jax early In Nov- ft'JrH ,
mand. And, we do,"he expounded."The ember. GUN '1
trouble Is," he added, "thatwe gUT "":"") \ ..."V
don't follow it...very well. "
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In explanation of this last state The Florida Alcoholic rehabil- e
ment, Admiral Lee said that the itation program says studies indicate OVERDONE!

Issue often becomes so confused that hangovers cause $60 ... \ r'.Agur..AFP5 \,1 f' ::'t-A
within the elements of managementthat million a year in lost man daysof !
sometimes It Is forgotten that work.
there Is an or anlzatlon for dealin?
with the issue at hand. IN BELLAIR
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"We should deal !In management Complete
through that organization," he
stated. Coverage! WE'RE SELLING QUALITYOF
Admiral Lee assumed his duties Q d 4

as the Pensacola Naval AirTraln- J 4 0 AUTO LIABILITY COURSEWe
Ing Chief In October 1961 following G
assignments as the Deputy Com (. FIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS
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CASUALTY
and Aid to the Commander In LIFE
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A 1926 graduate of the Naval Easy Monthly Payments have more to offer than any other area
Academy, he Is a veteran aviator Representing Military Underwriters
having served with numerous
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workmanship.
Admiral Lee wears the Navy
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Merit, and the Navy Unit Com- soForget
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Don't Cheat Recreation FundEvery RADM Martin Gets New" 1'L


soft drink bottle that Is loss to the Recreation Fund and
lost or broken costs the Station is money that would be used for Duty As ComCarDivTwo
Recreation Fund 2tf. Based on the benefit of all personnel.

current monthly figures of bottle Carelessness in handling bottles Rear Admiral William I. Martin, who has served as Chief of Naval
drink vending operations aboard distracts from the appearance of Air Reserve Training at Glenview, Illinois since October 1961 was E
this reservation, the annual cost the base and could jeopardize the
recently ordered to new duties as Commander, Carrier Division Two.
of bottle losses will approximate continuance of bottle
vending ser- Succeding Admiral Martin as
$3,500. This cost Is a direct vices aboard the station, It was interim Chief of Naval Air Re- crises.

reported. serve Training will be Captain During the Cuban blockade, the
Elbert M. Stever, now the Com- extensive voluntary participationof
GET AMISSILE mand's Chief of Staff. reservists of his command In
The Admiral recently visited theN the air transport of critical
AGE DEAL ..val Air Reserve Training Unit supplies and conduct of antisubmarine
aboard the Naval Air Station In and blockade patrols,
Jacksonville to conduct his annual obviated the need for a general
military Inspection of the active recall of reserve personnel.As .
NEW CARS duty personnel In the unit and the new Commapder, Carrier
officers and men of the 16selected Division Two, Rear Admiral
ri Lowest Prices Reserve squadrons attached to Martin will leave soon for the
Highest Trade-in Allowance NARTU Jacksonville. Nearly 1200 Mediterranean area where he will
7 .Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town officers and men were Inspected by relieve Rear Admiral John T. RAdm. W. I. Martin
J Rear Admiral Martin during the Hayward, aboard the nuclear-
llJ visit. powered aircraft carrier USS
USED CARS As chief of the nation's 26,000 Enterprise (CVAN65)), flagship of "Now, can anyone tell me what
Weekend Warriors, Admiral the force.Wave. happens when the human body Is r.
Used Cars at Two Lots
: Okayed Big Martin led them through two major immersed in hot water?"
"?J 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. crises Berlin and Cuba for "Yes sir the phone rings'
Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty which the Naval Air Reserves
11 On Every Car SoldISHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHESOFOOTMISSILE were, accorded special recognitionby Yeomen May
President Kennedy as well as three year tour In Argentina. A
top military figures. The peak Get Attache Duty change in the Navy's enlisted "
I readiness of all squadrons under transfer manual will make it pos-
his command, particularly In the Washington (AFPS) Chief sible for Chief Yeomen and Yeo-
@J GORDON THOMPSON"Jacksonville's field of air anti-submarine war- Yeoman Winifred F. Bishop, men First Class to request attache
fare, was singled out as a major USN, has been selected as the duty.Billets
Jjml'jW contribution to the success of our first enlisted Wave to serve on are limited and selectionwill
Center" national objectives in the Berlin attache duty. be made on a competitive basis
Chief Bishop Is on orders for a and are open to single women only.8PIECE .






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Role In NR Sorip.tv...
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Throughout all the years of the J

Navy Relief Society's history,vol- would loose that vital close
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unteers have continued to fill an lationship to those aided that
Irreplaceable role in every field identifies the Society asiheNavVs
of Navy Relief activity. By far own relief organization to take
the greater number of them, of care of its own people.
course, are faithful and devoted Inherent in any successful vol.
f wives of the Naval Service. But unteer activity is the Training

....... also included are some enlistedmen Course Program, conducted by the
and the Auxiliary officials three Field Representatives. The
1 'I .' f who serve both to the Society.and work of these three extremely
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.< basis. It is only throughthe ladies continues to be of a very
J interest, support and servicesof high order. During 1962, courses
all of them that the Society's were conducted at 28 Auxiliaries,
every-expanding activities can be with several of these including
carried on. Without them, the separate courses for different
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COMMENDED Three officers who served on the staff of Rear Adm. J. M. Carson, ComFoirJax dial EV 8-7676
and ComNabSix, during I the Cuban crisis received letters of commendation last Friday from the

Commander-ln-Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, for outstanding performance of duty during that troubled MILITARY
period.I Here Rear Adm. Carson presents the letter to (L. to R.) Cdr. Richard J. Deprez, Staff

Training Officer i Cdr. Stanton W. Waddell (now retired), who served as ASW'' Officer and Copt. .:
Harry C. Grothlahn| Assistant Chief of Staff for Readiness. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron BIUU %NSURMCE
Gardner, PH2-P1)) AUTO lIAE

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ClnCLantFlt.Continued miral Carson said, "By awarding performed In "expanding the oper- ?,w ngnwotec i srvi :
these commendations we are salut- ational control facilities and pro- wvsY rNr u.:;it iowtkcs+o+tt .
ing the men who made the other cedures of his department to
( from page 1)) ''McDOUGALL'S ce
awards possible and had the backbreaking accomodate the new requirementfor AGENCY
behind the scenes jobs the alerting and monitering 6463 Roosevelt Bl l-Netr NAS-Jacksonrtlle
Carson. Their duties were of which don't rate the headlines, but an air strike force, photographic
such importance that the effect- which takes outstanding dedicationand reconnaissance missions, direct-
ive operation of photo-Intelligence sacrifice." Ion and coordination of antisub- SOMETHING NEW!
flights over Cuba and the deploy- Heading the list of officers who marine and merchant ship 1'' / We Now Honor Credit Cards.
ment of naval forces from Florida received the awards is Capt. reconnaissance efforts." =.. /
would have been greatly hampered Grothjahn. The citation which The commander retired from the ServiceCOASTAL
without their knowledge, abilityand accompanied his letter commendedhim Navy here on March 31 and now )
experience, he said. for his "constant meticulous resides in Jacksonville.Cdr. .
Those commended were:Captain attention to detail and broad com- Deprez, third officer cited
Harry C. Grothjahn, Assistant prehension of the problems from Adm. Carson's staff was S
Chief of Staff for Readiness on Involved. He expertly welded two acclaimed for his "extraordinary
Admiral Carson's staff; Commander air groups into highly integrated, professional skill, energy and \
_. Stanton W.Waddell (Ret.), then cohesive units..." foresight In planning, supervisionand
Antisubmarine Warfare Officer for It was further stated In the evaluating training and readi- ) EV 7.6482 I
ComFalrJax; and the Staffs Train- citation that "under his able ness of three air groups under
Ing Officer, Commander RichardJ. leadership, daily route planning, control of Commander Fleet Air
Deprez. staging the aircraft with required Jacksonville." The citation con- AUTOMOTIVE
Personnel of VFP-62 selectedby photographic configuration, Intelligence tinued: "Through an outstanding
Admiral Dennison to receive debriefing of pilots and delivery display of leadership, forehandedness -
the awards were: Lieutenant Commander of finished products was and Industry, Commander Specializing In Starters, Generators & AlternatorsJ.
Gerald P. Pulley,Officerin accomplished' In a highly pro- Deprez organized all naval operational -
Charge of the squadron's Fleet fessional manner, thereby contri- aircraft in Jacksonville E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt! Blvd. Jax, Fla.
Air Photographic Laboratory buting to the continuing prestige area into a strike force which
located here at NAS Jax (this of the United States." was fully prepared to meet all
laboratory developed and printedall Cdr. Waddell received his letter contingencies on the day prior to
of the low-level aerial photo- for "professional skill and organ- the President's announcement ol I CONVENIENT
graphic film taken over Cuba izational ability In contributing to the Cuban Threat to the security
during the crisis"over 60.000 feet recent Improvements in antisub- of the United States..
of film without a single frame marine warfare capabilities within r RIVERSIDE CHEVROLET
lost through accident or Inefficiency Atlantic Fleet and the
the U. S.
the time
); Lieutenant John A.Dechant, By a woman grows
Jacksonville Antisubmarine War-
tired of counting liar birthdays, CEDAR HILLS
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MaintanenceOfficersLt.:: Richard fare Group." He also received she has to start counting her
Thomas Maintenance
Photographic recognition for outstanding duties calories.
and Material Officer; Lt.
Lawrence B. Gallion, Assistant
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Rudolph B Hamlln,Supply Officer; PHONE
Lt. (jg) Homer G. Ogles, Photo-
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Jux Skydivers Cop



Team Event Of MeetBy


Marc Whetstone, JO1 1

The lSL Southeastern Military Invitational Sport Parachute Meet was... "a real success. And fromNavy's
all pTesideSuPartldpams Doughty enjoyed. themselves" according to Dave Schmuck Jax
SPC "m 4 .... ....... _,.
The meet was hosted by the Jax
Club at Whitehouse Field, near.
J Cecil Field, last weekend, and involved ;;:
69 of over 'chutists rep-
resenting four branches of the
Armed Forces Navy, Marine
Corps, Army, and Air Force-
from as far away as the state of : 444A..
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New Jersey. -tt)
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Because of the low ceiling of ;;rt'; ,..
clouds which covered much of the n

area during the two-day programopen JAX NAVY CHUTIST Harry Wood checks teammate Miles Gibson .
the public, three of
to
only
'
the scheduled five events couldbe s rig before they board aircraft for Advanced Accuracy Event.
jumped.As (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))

for the lax Navy Club, three

jumpers fared exceedingly well by winning the Team Accuracy event.
Leaving the plane together, Jim <
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Parsons came within 2.6 feet from .,:.f,,!.' NEW STORE HOURSFor
the center of the target while Ted '..' ,
Sergent jumped 3.4 feet off dead .,, Your Convenience Our New, Modern LHour
center and Dave Schmuck landed k ..
9.6 feet from the X target. Their : MARTIN DRY CLEANING PLANTWILL
average was five feet with a team
total of 284.7 points out of a pos-
REMAIN OPEN TILL 7:30 P.M.
DAILY
sible 300. Jumps were made from
3,600 feet.Winner.
of the individual Novice Expert Alterations Fast Laundry Service
Accuracy event was Tom Shannonof

the Navy Tidewater Skydivers We Feature The
Club from Oceana, Va. He had a .w South's
score of 168.5 followed by R. M.

Haines of Lakehurst. N.J., Navy Largest Stock Of
Club with 167 points.
The Individual Advanced Ac-

curacy event was won by Marine ON TARGET AREA, but not quite dead center, this jumper; gain- NAVAL UNIFORMSUp
Tom Nolan of Beaufort, S.C., witha
score of 227. Second place wentto ed valuable points landing in sawdust circle. (Official U. S. Navy
Army man MJ.Freeman of Ft. Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn) to 12 months to pay
DIx, N.J., with 203 points. "1" """"" PM___ __ __
Only dead center jump of the competing in the first Florida State being held at Kisstmmee Florida. "Naval Tailors For 3 Generations"
meet was made by Navy man T.W. Championship Parachute Meet June 1-2.
Speers of Lakehurst.With 1?
the exception of the team FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES! ( Mw
event, each participant made three
jumps. The scoring was based on Sec--Moon MullinsLCDR.
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Sunday and handed the winners
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Warren Kauffman of Tampa. Jump
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Arender was joined by lax Club young moderns on the GO! A YARD OF BEER?

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BANISH DRY SKIN. OVERNIGHT Civil Service Employees To Try Luck In r J f{:

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Special New Kind of Moisturizer Contains June Fishing Contest \::1 j


Nature's Own Medication to Positively A Fisherman's Rodeo will be the Civilian Employees Recreation perch. In the salt water division

held between the dates of Saturand Welfare Association. awards will be given for red bass,

END DRY SKIN WHILE YOU WEAR ITI! dayJune 8 and Sunday,July 7 for There will be both fresh and saltwater king mackerel and drum. A first,
all NAS Civil Service employees divisions. In the fresh water second and third prize will be a-

Yon can actually feel the difference Since Egyptian times it has been it was announced this week. division awards will be given for warded in each category.
on your skin when yon known that I tropically grown The event will be sponsored by black bass, bream and speckled In addition, every entry will be I
apply it. Th Y* because the no plant produces a crystal clear entered Into a drawing wherebysome
nratlly high concentrate of the gel within its leaves. This gel employee realize an
famous moisturizing "gel" used in rapidly heals and soothes human may f
AW-Creme MOISTURE PLUS akin in fact, its healing and award equal to a first prize, regardless I
/feiw Extremely Dry Skin it so beautifying powers are legendary.Now of the size or kind of fish

quickly absorbed that it imme for the first time it's possible I I entered. j
diately toes to work to protect for the modern woman to Rules to govern the contest and
natural oils from evaporatingyon identify herself with the fabulous other appropriate Information regarding I
feel the skin's dewiness.
can Queen Nefertiti Egypt's; most '63 MODELSFULLY obtaining entry blanks,will
ALO-Creme MOISTURE PLUS beautiful woman. be provided in the next Issue of the
for Extremely Dry Skin is With this fabulous, new 4 oz. size Jax Air News and posted by bulle (
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[rether and the skin's texture August.a, Surgery.Its" Issue "IndvstrM Medicine (Across From The Mayflower Hotel) March Wilson and the Redcoats,

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<'" players as you choose in both contests,each on a separate eighteen SSOO 00 U.S. Savings, Bonds Drawings conducted {r ALTERNATORSSOLD
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Intramural softballers got only May 21, NAMTG defeated the SIXTH NAVAL DISTRICT PISTOL CHAMPS-The6 ND pistol team trophy is presented to the Jax

two day's play in last week becauseof Marines 7-0, Supply beat Navy pstol team by Capt. James R. Compton, NAS CO,:They are (L. to R.) H. L. Herles, -AE2,

American rain. League softball teams past FAETU Admin 11-6 6-4, Dispensary VP-30 squashed slipped VP-30 C. L. Llnzo, AEC, NAMTG; Copt. Compton V'Garren: : : AX1, VP-30 and G. L. West,
ATI 1 VP30. Official U. S. Photo Marc Whetstone J01))
managed to play only four games. VU-10 20-3, Hospital won over ( Navy by ,
VP-16 nipped NARTU 5-3, VA- Crash & Fire 8-1 and VP-7

45 squelched COmess 19-1,VP-18 squaked past ComFairJax 4-3. / 00 CARLOAD!!'
AF679 6-3 and Ordnance 24 /
stopped
Standings through May :
outscored VAP-62, 4-3. Softball Goes $ Including Free Wtd.
American League Movies/ with
In the National League Tuesday.THE PoneS
Ordnance 8 1 Into Round TwoBy t the Best for Less.

NARTU 7 3 See dally papers for

AF679 6 3 Thursday, May 23,American 0 programs.
VA-45 6 4 League Intramu-al softball teams P 1 Eat the best Pizza/
this/ side/ or"Rome.
VAP-62 6 4
were concluding what is roughlythe
VP-18 5 5 U.S. r 17 So.
first ROUND of seasonal play. I
A/C Maint 4 6 "This Is to be distinguished from

s O&R 4 6 the first HALF," explained Frank
!II1 VP-16 3 6 McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director.
FAW-11 2 7
"In our Intramural set up we HIGH
I COMess 2 7 are playing by rounds,not halves." WHY PAY INSURANCE PREMIUMS?

National League This means that current standingswill f .

I Hospital 9 0 be retained and each team Did You Get In Too Late To Get Government Insurance?

I ta VP-7 6 1VP30 will carry first round standingsas Compare These Figures With The Old Timerslill!!!!
J 2 it begins the second round.
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Crash& Fire everyone
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TOO-Cpl PITCHER John Trant CAN, pitcherfor HIT Supply ComFairJax 5 5 3 3 everyone respective determined the league second, the and two time championsare will, in then his I lIB I I I I

the Marine Admin 4 4
Aviation Detachment's -
play for the NAS Championship.
No. one team (who Marines 3 6 5 YEAR TERM GUARANTEED RENEWABLE ,

has a no hitter to his credit) Dispensary 2 6
FAETU 2 7 IM Swimming AGE Monthly Gov. 1 1. Annual Dividends Up To $30.00
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singles in the top of the fifthto
VU-IO 1 7 Currently Being Paid.
bring home a run and tie NAMTG 0 8 25.30 ?-SS.4J 2. All Family Members Can Be Added
NATTU's AOB( ) team 22. Meeting Set S551 For Less Than 6{ A Day.
The league leading Marines 30-35 S5.86
I Rhymes of the Times I6UYING13ONDG | -r+ Example Figures Are For E-5 And Above
later allowed the sailors 35-40 S6.55
to Lower Rotes And Other Ages Comparable.
There will be an Intramural
score on an error and lost the
,,5WE swimming, organizational meetingon
game 3.2 which then put themin \ ALt tpr's' Monday, June 5 at 9:30 a.m.
third place and AOB( ) tied AGREE, In the Athletic Office, NAS Ath- RICHARD M. SHAW"SERVICE

with NATTU's AE Blue team Wit-t-i KEEP letic Director, Frank McCaffrey

1 for first place. The NATTU MAT1ON OUR I' announced.All FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL"ONE
League has five Marine and SiRONG1/' Interested units should make
I Five Navy teams fielded and AND arrangements for a representativeto THOUSAND RIVERSIDE AVE. 355-3487od5S.J488
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play every Monday and Tuesday rl ..
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New-Interested Members IM BowlOffsThe Wltatz DoIn'N

The Jax Navy Flying Club has the club or how to fly, said Club
changed Its meeting time to
7p.m. officials. Hornets and ComFalrJax \
I each Monday in Bldg. 168, room Information on Club rules, after two nights bowling, rolled '
llealthm .
108.A regulations and flying rates can be respectively into the two top spotsIn \ ; *
cordial invitation is extendedto obtained at the meeting. the NAS Intramural Bowl-offs.
anyone wanting to learn about Although the Hornets have bowled Chuck Phillips Frank Layne
Indoor Pool By Red Cross
one more match than their league
$1.00 Roast BeefGuBats.e mates, ComFalrJax, they both
Dinner with this carry a win-loss percentage of 750.
.\ng ... at' Adl Bring the family. They are the two representativesfrom Many things we do in this jet age of Hurry I Hurry I go unnoticed.Or .
p 0"0.. the Continental League.The if not unnoticed, soon forgotten. Such seems to be the deed
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", .t<\ toote f/j m S Alto Carry Out Orders first night, Monday May 23 performed by Charles S. Lentlne.AN Lifeguard assigned to NAS
\(\..\\ 1\\\\\\ 'Steaks'Chop. 'Plua the Hornets had their toughest Special. Services. .
: j0"e a\e5 VcP\ BANQUET FACILITIES match as they split 2-2 with the On May 19, Lentlne was on Lifeguard -
30 t\\ "a\ itXt\aBPia : Griffins. An Item qf particular duty at the Officer's Club his arm and gave another slap
eat, \\\\\ emphasis was that after droppingthe Swimming Pool, when he heard between the shoulder blades to
\"' .,, first two games the Hornets someone scream from the again dislodge any mucus that may
\ \\' tC\t'" compiled a 1002 team pin fall In children's wading pool adjacentto have come up due to the cough.
rm the third game to cop that game where he was on duty. He Laying the child on her back again,
m l oc\'eetso""ee \ 1 / and win the point for total pins. noticed a lady holding the bodyof she coughed two or three times;
Cf;) The lowest set for the Hornetswas a seemingly unconscious child started to breathe faintly and then
e \'Iie\to1f&q.9 633 t I a 526.ComFairJax. Without regard for the 4 ft fence started crying softly.
defeated the Chiefs separating the two pools,he vaulted Lifeguard lentine, then realizedthe
V"e I and the Owl Hoots by identical this obstacle and with no hesita- immediate danger had passed.
scores of 3-1 to also hold a tion took the child, who by this The 3-1/2 year old child was.
341 Roosevelt Boulevard CO 4.9611 Orange Park 750%/ after two matches. time had turned blue. He turned then taken to the Naval Hospitalfor
1 lY: Miles S. of Main Gate.Open 7:00: AM to 9:00: PM Dally Behind the Hornets and Com- her over his arm and slapped her examination and released.To .
FalrJax, In order are theGrlfflns, sharply several times between the Charles S. Lentlne whose
6-6, 5007oj/; the Falcons, 4-4 SOOft; shoulder blades to dislodge any quick thinking and knowledge of the
the Chiefs 5-7, 4167/; and the Owl foreign matter which might be in fundamentals of artificial respir-
Hoots, 4-8 333%/. the throat. He then lay her on ation, undoubtedly were the deter-
The Griffins and the Owl Hoots her back, jutted out the jaw In mining factors in saving the child's
Mf: MilHtllllliT FieM are from the National League while preparation to giving mouth-to- life: WE SALUTE YOU, and are
, the Falcons and the Chiefs repre- mouth respiration. When the recommending you to the American
sent the American League.DID victim started to cough faintly National Red Cross for a service
and the award for a Meritorious Act in
then lost her breath again,lentine
YOU KNOW 11iA T... efore Immediately turned her back over First Aid and Water Safety.
\ the days of the Navy's Hurricane
Hunters as part of Joint Hurricane
..P rte.., .p, AREA Warning Center,-(or every ten million 6 M
dollars property damage
BUY YOUR caused by hurricanes In the United
States about 400 persons were

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