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Creation Date: June 27, 1962
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VOL. 21 NO. 16 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVillE FLORIDA JUNE 11.
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Carrier Shangri-La Setting For



Retirement of RAdm.


By Bob Ohl, JOCS

The aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La will serve as the setting for the retirement of Rear Adm.
4 rt + M. Carson Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville, on Friday, June 28.

Capt. Vincent F. Casey, Chiefof
Staff to Adm. Carson will
guests. the football "B" squad
,
relieve the admiral as CommanderFleet Adm. Carson will be retiringwith
sity wrestling squad and
Air, Jacksonville, serving 43 his
over years, including letter in lacrosse.
such until July 8 when Vice Adm. days as a midshipman, in the Naval After he
Robert Goldthwaite will assume Service. graduation
<,,i,;x'., .,..; command. Vice Adm. Goldthwaitewill Born in Ennisklllen, Ireland, two years at sea before
x to the Naval Air Station
become a rear admiral when he and his parents came to the
Florida for
cola
flight
ONCE-A-YEAR VISIT is made by Rear Admiral Louis M. Thayer, he assumes command.The United States when he was six He became a naval
USCG, Chief Office of Reserve, Washington, D.C. to inspection retirement ceremonies for years of age and they settled in of 1928 and began his
Reserve installations of the 7th Coast Guard District. Here Cap Adm. Carson will begin at 3 p.m., Virginia. lie was appointed to the
tain James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer greets the admiral on board the Shangri-La with at Naval Academy in 1920 and as (Continued On )
as Cdr. William H. Main, USCGR, Commanding Officer of least three other admirals taking a midshipman was a member of
, the Coast Guard Reserve Training Detachment, NAS Jax looks part In the ceremonies.Vice 3)1
I
: on. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) Adm.AlfredG. Ward Com-
Vice mander Adm.of Frank the U.S.Second C/Beirne, Fleet Com-; 800 Middies Arrive For Their

mander Naval Air Force, Atlantic
230 Coast Guard ReservistsTo Fleet; and Rear Adm. J.W.Leverton First Look At Naval
Deputy Chief of Staff to the
Commander in Chief, U.S.Atlantic
Train Here This SummerAn Fleet, will be on hand to bid farewell Over 800 Midshipmen of the U.S. Naval Academy will
to Adm. Carson. their first close look at naval aviation in action here this

Following the reading of ordersby The first of three groups, each
advance work detail is preparing for the arrival of the first Adm. Carson and Capt. Casey composed of 270 second classmen, fleet aviation while here.
contingent of 80 Coast Guard Reserve trainees who are expectedto full honors will be rendered to arrived at Jacksonville Naval Air This summer program
arrive here Sunday July 7. They will be followed by two groupsof Adm. Carson, Including the tradi- Station from Pensacola Wednesday the Midshipmen their
75 men on Sunday, July 21 and Sunday. August 4. This is the 10th tional 13-gun salute due a rear morning, June 26, for an eight- contact with fleet
year. the Coast Guard has trained here. admiraL day tour. Navy here has planned
The Detachment is commanded Later in the afternoon a special This group will be followed by ting factual
by Commander William H.Main Port operating functions. reception in honor of Adm. and two more on July 25 and August future naval officers
USCGR of Ft. Lauderdale Fla. The Detachments' administrative Mrs. Carson will be held at the 23, and each group will receive Included in the
Cdr. Main has commanded the unit office is located in Building Mayport Officers' Club for invited full indoctrination In all phases of three groups are
for the past seven years. 592. monstrations briefings
Last Wednesday, Rear Admiral room instruction at
Louis M. United States Cecil Field and Sanford
Thayer (I Cdr. Schub Ends 22-Year Naval CareerThe ,I
Coast Guard, Chief, Office of Re- Stations.
serve, Washington, D.C. arrived The vast facilities and
here from St. Augustine Fla. He 22-year Navy career of in-command duties is Commander 1961 began his naval career at ities of the
was accompanied by Captain Sherman Commander Walter J. Schub, will Thomas C. Deans, former NAS Operations NAS Jacksonville in February Complex will be brought
Baketel USCGR Co-ordi- end June 30 when the NAS Ex- Officer. 194L Following his commission- in order to provide the

nator of Reserve Captain Sidney ecutive Officer retires. Cdr. Schub, who has been the executive (Continued On Page 4) with thorough
Hay, USCGR, Director of Reserve Assuming the Station's second- officer here since June 30, In charge of the
Seventh Coast Guard District, and program Is Cdr.
Commander Main. DePrez Training
The admiral has been making a Commander Fleet'Air.,
familiarization and inspection tour ville. He has
of the Reserve installations of the training for each day the
Seventh Coast Guard District. men are here.
While in the Jacksonville area he The first day will
visited the SavannahGa. and Jacksonville troductions and briefings
training units and observed naval officers stationed
the training facilities of will be concluded by an

ment.the NAS Reserve Training Detach- flight Field. demonstration

The Reservists training will Carrier Mr Group 4,
simulate practical mobilization 45 participating, will
days of training In
problems to enhance their mobilization -
readiness and improve the w group, fighter and light
efficiency of their particular .r: ..r .... craft tional, plus providing
flight
specialities. AWARDS HIGHLIGHT PERSONNEL INSPECTION-Captain James R. Compton, HAS Commanding Attack 1
Heavy Wing at
Varied instruction will be con- Officer pins the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon on Richard E. Coffman, YN2 of Military Per Naval Air Station, will
ducted Including the familiarization sonnel Office while other award winners, Ken Pendergras, AEC of NAS SIO and John H. Buckman, heavy attack phase of fleet
with and firing of the M-l AMS2 of Aircraft Maintenance Department look on during last Friday's Inspection. Coffman was to the Middies and Fleet
rifle 45.caL pistol riot gun honored for his meritorious service with United States Naval Mobile Construction Battalion One. 11 NAS
at Jacksonville
underway training in practical Chief Penderqras received the United States Distinguished International Shooter Badge and Buck. vide each
day's
seasmanship and Captain of the mana, Letter of Commendation for possibly saving a pilot's life in the Antarctica whileassigned

to DevelopMent,Sq.ua r n ,Six.Officjal( U.S.,Kovy, Photo by Marc. Whetstone J01)). (Continued On Page )



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Ride To The Top Is Station Traffic


Violation X AX It: NE'1 lS
Sparked By Pride"Pride

goeth before a tall. Following is a
However a man without pride will never attain high enough placein violations for the JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
the scheme of things to need worry lest he fall The prideless 17 through June 23. each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

worm most certainly has no place to fall..and to bounce never. NUMBER OF Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
Military men and women without pride in their country, their firm. All COPY submitted for use in the JAX AIR
Service and themselves are likened to the worm and seldom crawlto This week June 17 must, be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
the upper strata in their chosen way of life. Total accidents this NitS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
There once was a moving picture called "Pride of the Yankees." June 23.................. News items are welcomed from all sources--
It was the film version of Lou Gehrig's life. A master example ofa Number of accidents EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
proud individual becoming part of a proud team. 1962 ...................... are solicited by the publisher and queries
A proud soldier in a proud unit is a good soldier.A NUMBER OF such should be directed.to the Holt Publishing
proud sailor on a proud ship is a good sailor. LAST INJURY 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida ..
......... A proud airman on a proud plane is a good airman.A VEHICLE 359'5140 or 359-027L
proud Marine in a proud company is a good Marine.
All four prideful servicemen could be riding for a fall But the
NUMBER OF NO. 16 JUNE 27, 1963
misfortune to fall depends on the individual. For it is conceit arro-
gance..puffed up pride..and over Indulgence in pride that leads to THIS WEEK........

a "humpty-dumpty." .Pride like everything else will blow up if Speeding ............
mistreated.But Going through Error is All
have no fear when you feel pride in your flag in yourself and Reckless driving.. -
your nation..and of your contribution to liberty and freedom..but Other violations...
beware of the belittlement of others the flash of fool's gold for in drivers
truth you will falU.Belng honest in pride is the sign of a MAN. fore Forty-four the Traffic It Takes for an Accident

(A FPS) the meeting held on

SEAPOWERBecause position of the counting the misdeeds Looking at al] accidents-fatal,
following: 20 lost willful violators, personal injury,aad property dam-
ing privileges end of things that lead age-violations with leading roles
the Coast Guard is an armed force as well as our foremost various periods; 17 violations. A are these:
agency for maritime safety and marine law enforcement, it occupiesa to complete an 552.'J sleepy or tired. Or No. 1-Followlng too closely
unique place in our defense structure. In peacetime, it functions in remedial driving ; Angry about some- 2-Exceedlng speed limit or
under the Treasury Department. In time of war or on direction of the 12 received ; over a slowpoke dri exceeding safe speed
President, it becomes a part of the Navy. But in war and peace it is six were given Irritated because he's No. Improper Turning.No.4Disregarding .
always an Armed Force and never loses it's service identity.The were dismissed, and all the red lights." traffic signs
Coast Guard's many and red to commanding just the impatient type. and signals.
varied responsibilities demand a possible disciplinary on and on. 5-Improper passing.
Guard maintains a special Organ- '
high degree of versatility both inattention and
ized Reserve Port
from personnel and equipment.The Security a parked car, or a
new program, which should be program (ORTUPS) of approxi- drift across the cen- Will You Be A
completed by approximately 1970 mately 11,150 reservists who are Hospital a head on collision.
will enable the Coast Guard to meet being prepared to carry out this to "take a chance" on
these responsibilities more ef- essential function. They are being action can send you Fatality On
fectively. trained to go Into action immedi- Ladies, else to the grave.
Plans are now underway to ately upon the declaration of a Is this: most accidents
acquire a total of 98 gas-turbine national emergency.The within the control Fourth of
Aide
helicopters known as the HH52A.It Coast Guard is playing an law viola- July
Is anticipated that, eventually, Increasingly important part in the
this amphibious helicopter will science of oceanography which Gray Lady and Department of Pub- Weekend
become the workhorse of the could well hold the key to sur- unteers, who have more than a dozen
service. Meanwhile, 71 Grumman vival in the years ahead. Oceanic ferred to this occur In accidents. 111
amphibians will remain in service science has been a traditional
for work at the fatal accidents, .
and will continue to be used Indef- Coast Guard function for nearly a In the Field are the five leading
.. initely. In the field of long range century. This activity was givennew Station American
'''aircraft, the Coast Guard is importance in 1961 when ficials announced speed limit or Blood Donors
acquiring theHC-130B Lockheed President Kennedy signed legislation Gray Ladies will safe speed.
"Hercules" which can be utilized officially authorizing the wards and in the wrong side of road- Thirty-seven enlisted persons
not only for more extended search Coast Guard's longstanding workIn Staff Aides will recently donated blood to the Naval
and rescue tasks but also for this field. A program is now wise assist in the traffic signs Hospital Blood Honor Center.
transport of men and equipment. underway to equip all Coast Guard fice at the hospital Donating from Supply Depart-
Preliminary designs have been cutters with modern oceanographic Trained volunteers to grant right- ment were: Cdr. Earl F. Hilder-
completed for a new high en- equipment. Observations and ed to call the Naval to vehicle or pedes- brant.
durance cutter which is the planned experiments conducted on the 88-211 or NAS, Ext. Donors from NAS Communications -
backbone of the new Coast Guard Bering Sea patrol, the International No. 5-Under the Influence of were: Paul D. Davidson,
fleet. This major cutter will take Ice Patrol and by ocean station alcohol. ETN3; Paul A. Kurzawski, ETN2;
the place of the 327and 311-foot vessels are contributing Import- Wilburn R. Perry, RMCS; GeraldJ.
cutters now in service. It will be antly to increased understanding of - Scala, SA; and Seymour C. Yar-
350 feet in length and will be the sea. as, AA.
powered by twin screws in combin- In the advancement of maritime SHAPE ue,9 IM QOW Donors from NAS O&R were:

ation with a diesel-gas turbine safety, the Coast .Guard operatesand Leon H. Akright, AE1; KennethJ.
maintains 68 LORAN stations ...ld '.1X1.1 I I '" .' :,1 \\ f' )I\' 1 ;, )..... Detmer AA James T.Goodwin,
plant. Current plans call for 38 U ;
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ctJ"1J' ; 1 W& t rfr 1if.1I; ; ;lif: ; i,%( jtt.v
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191 radio beacons bea- ,I, ., It Richard AN WilliamJ.
ships of this type to be operational 6,639 day II: .I, t' ',\\'j1 t: .' : W : ;ti"Y' :J 'l'J,' AT2; Gorby, ;
by 1970.The medium endurance cons, 10,659 lights (Including Frost, AN; Len L. Lancaster,
cutter has also been established asa lightships), 567 fog signals and r AN; Gallen E. MlUadrd AN; and
class. These 210-foot ships will 22,835 lighted and unlighted buoys. Dearl A. Scarboro, AMH3.
also be powered by diesel-gas tur- Four ocean stations are maintained 't27 4TA1 Donors from the Marine Bar-
bine powerplants. They will replace in the Atlantic and two in the racks were: L/CPL, Peter Hee-
the currently over-aged 165- Pacific. In addition, the Coast .it. .t. lam, PFC, Jeffrey P. Kaufman,
and 125-foot ships.Other new craft Guard is concerned with testingand "#' ;;,':Jq':' i". L/CPL, Houston J. Looper, L/

now in the design stage are a coast- inspecting lifesaving equip- : I'10.:} ,,'1"Jt \' I4r. CPL. John A. Muzzi: CPL, Greg-
al buoy tender,an Inland tender and ment and the examination of boat : : ; ory T. Partin, L/CPL, Hansel N.
now in the design stage are a crews; supervises the loading and '..1-:-; ;;;''r'of", :) Smith, CPL, John D. Sons, and
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cosatal buoy tender, an inland ten- unloading of dangerous cargoesand '1r. .1 r.,;:<< L/CPL, John W. Trefethen.
\'f/; o.r'"
der and a small river tender. maintains running position "t';:',! :; :l Donors from 679th AC&W USAF
These changes are expected to Increase reports of merchant vessels "':: :' II'l. ;. were: A/lc, John R. Jones A/2c
substantially the Coast underway in the Atlantic. %) > ';,' : I -T Ill Alexander Kosa, A/lc, JohnW.
Guard's capabilities In peace and For more than 130 years now, J.f? 1: ,. Maish, A/lc, Richard R.
the Coast Guard has maintained rN : / ': ,o
a j\I.tJ'. Ralston, and A/2c, Donald Theri-
; : : : ""! \!':II
war.One traditional search and 'Y i i'A ..-
of the major functions of the rescue fl : '41'tJ :
;'l ault.Donors
Coast Guard Is port security. The function which has saved thousandsof 'J'" from the Brig were:
objective of this vital program Is to lives and billions of dollars in i' Stephen E. Austin, FA; StephenH.
safeguard waterfront facilities property. The Coast Guard also Bobbett, AN Pvt. JestonR.
against fire hazards and sabotageand performs the Important task of law Wow 1"0 TAI{E WIDEG Etheredge, Wayne J. FalkeAR;
to prevent the Iutroduction Into enforcement on the high seasan Denver J. Flnney, SN; Robert P.
the United States of persons essential part of the Coast Guard's Franzke, AA; Otho Johnson Jr.,
!
or objects harmful to national complex pattern of operations) GUFFICIJN SN; Herbert E. Roberts, AN; JohnE.

security. At present, the Coast Travis, FA; John Q. Worley,
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Thursday, June 27
+),' Thursday, June 27 Thursday, June 27
Dance Contest
1'
Sing Along-800p.m.-ll:00p.m. Dance Featuring Carl Boyd '& Happy Hour

1 % Rhythm Kings Friday, June 28
Friday, June 28 8:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
Dancing to Johnny Arnold
Country and Western Night Friday, June 28 9:00p.m.-: 1:00a.m.

Phil Cay and the Chantels- Saturday June 29
Saturday, June 29 ,
9:00: p.m.- l:00a.m.
Dance to the Swinging Aces Dancing to your favorite Combo
r.. 8:00p.m. 12:30a.m. Saturday, June 29 9:00 p.m.L: .
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Sunday, June 30 Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings- Sunday, June 30

9:00p.m.1:00: a.m. Dancing to the Star Dusters
Game
Night Sunday, June 39 8:00p.ra.12:00a.m.Monday .

Monday, July 1 Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings- July 1
.
Happy Hour 8:00p.m.-: 12a.m. Pizza Night

Monday, July 1 Tuesday, July 2
Tuesday, July 2
& Game Night 8:00p.m.
Dining Dancing
Game Night 7:30p.m.-10:00p.m.:
Dance to Mark Castle- Wednesday, July 3
10:00p.m.12OOa.m.Wednesday Tuesday, July 2
Western Night Country Drifters

Get up to'600 from HFC July 3 Happy Hour-5:00p.m.-9:00p.m. '

Wednesday/ July 3
Anytime you find yourself short of cash-that's a good Happy Hour- 4:00: p.m. 6:00p.m. Game Night8:00 p.m.
time to think of HFC. Household Finance. More servIcemen -
do..over 100,000,everyyear. May we help you?

BOO MiddiesContinued sonville Officers' Club at 8p.m.,
MONTHLY PAYMENT rtAN$ June 28.Dances.
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for the
Ask about M a 1 r n loon 0..n next two groups
Crrdit LifeImvrance i1M 5.93 719 10.07 18.482H patrol squadron duties. will be sponsored by the Jackson-
11.86 1459 20.14 36.97 Both VAP-62 and VFP-62, ville Junior chamber of Commerceand
304 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 located at NAS Jacksonville and will be held at the PrudentialLife
on loan at 50 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 Cecil Field respectively, have Insurance Building in down-
601 3439 42.66 59.35 109.80 town Jacksonville at 8 o'clock on
days set aside to provide the Mid-
group rale eMf. 111' ,.", llllfl .1 J% ." sisal pad .) dies with Indoctrination in the field the nights of July 26 and August
achelrls/.awihi,bdlOnc.'Ld utHtli"$300U
." 2% .it."1,,_iMn, of photographic reconnaissance. 23.
NAS Jacksonville -- with the Just as this first group of 270
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679th Radar Squadron Radar second classmen --or sophomores -
HOUSE NANCE@ Bomb Scoring Unit. Radar Air -- begin their trainingpro-
Traffic Control Center and the gram here over 1,000 upperclassmen
station Operations Department -- all seniors -- will
participating -- will provide Instruction visit Mayport on board 12 com
355-9683
St.-Phone
West :
25 Forsyth
and briefings In flight batant ships of the U.S. Second
Cedar Hills Shopping Center control and related operational Fleet for a three-day recreatlopal

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 techniques.The tour.This '
Midshipmen will be Introduced training squadron will be 'Nowt THE TESTING GO
3050 Beach Blvd Phone: 398-4541 into the local communityat led by the heavy cruiser Newport TORFKXVEU..?*
Norg office open Friday cr.-n/ng unlit H P.M. three formal dances. The first News and the attack aircraft car-
dance will be held at the NAS Jack- rier Shangri-La.

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Maypprt With
naval aviation.
During World War II Adm.
Carson served In aircraft rriersin 2nd FleetA
the Pacific and on various air' '
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awarded the '- .
staffs. He was Navy '\' '
Second Fleet Midshipman
Cross while attached to the staff
Squadron, led the '
Training by heavy
of Commander Carrier Division
cruiser News and the them Radar Air Traffic Control'
Newport CONTROLLERS receive certificate designating' Super.
22 as Chief of Staff. SENIOR
During the Korean War Adm. attack air craft carrier Shangri- visors or Air Traffic Control Specialists from Cdr. 0S. Braddock, RATCC 17 Off cer. The Super.
Carson had command of the USS La, will visit Mayport, Fla, June visors are AC1's assigned to each watch section along with a civilian controller The.SpeciolUt
28 for three days. awarded the Federal Aviation Agency Academy for the Jax area after success
Valley Forge and was awarded the Certificates are by
Legion of Merit with Combat "V" The recreational visit for the fully completing a prescribed exam. (L. to R.) 1st row-G.S. Hall fflfjACQ H.R. Ragland, AC2;
12 combatant ships is' part of the AC1 J.F.Cummln., AC1; I,, raw.C.J.Sharrock
W.J.Hart
for his "meritorious conduct in H..A.. \lfhitfleld, AC2; ; '
the performance of outstandingservice" Second Fleet's annual summer AC1; C.L.Winchester, AC1; F.L.Leehe, AC2; D.J.McCarthy AC1; J.E.Castle, AC2. (Official. U.S.
""'" that training cruise for 1,120 midshipmen Ron Gardner, PH2-PU
.. during period. of the U. S. Naval Academy.On Navy Photo by
He was promoted to rear admiral r
the of the 28th,
in 1952 and has served in such evening a
gala Midshipman Ball will be heldat
important billets as CommanderFleet Schub VACATION
Air, Western Pacific; Com the Jacksonville Beach Civic Cdr.
Center. The USO has also offered
mander Fleet Air,
Japan; (Continued From Page 1))
tours of Marineland In St.
Commander Naval Bases, Japan;
Chief of Staff and Aide to Com- Augustine for the Midshipmen.The ing and receipt of his Navy Wings,
mander Naval Air Force, U.S. Midshipman Training he was a flight instructor hereuntil \ SPECIALS!
Squadron consists of the Norfolk- -
Pacific Fleet;Commander Carrier March 1943 and again assumed
Division 7;Chief Naval Air Basic based Newport News, flagship of similar duties at Jacksonville In
Vice Admiral Alfred C. Ward,
Training; and Commander, U.D.
Commander of the Second Fleet 1944.World ROOSEVELT MALL
,
Naval Forces Philippines priorto War II found the commander -
taking over as Commander Fleet and the guided missile destroyersUSS flying fighter aircraft In the -
Air JacksonvilleCommanderNaval Sampson and USS Biddle. May- Pacific( in the Bouganville, Rabaul
Air Bases, Sixth Naval port-based ships include the and Okinawa Campaigns. GOOD TRISCOUPOH
WITH
with :
District. Shangri-La, Rear AdmiralR. Highlights of his peacetime
.
Adm. and Mrs. Carson plan a J. Stroh, Commander Carrier assignments Included serving as
long trip to Europe, during which Division 6, embarked, the guided commanding officer of Fighter
time they will visit the admiral's missile frigates USS Farragut and Squadron 33, as air operations officer I 24" ALL STEEL I II
birthplace in Ireland before USS Luce and the destroyers USS of Task Group 7.3 in Wash-
settling down in their new homeIn Jonas, USS Ingram, USS Power, ington, D.Cs and as head of the I I
USS Perry, USS Noa and USS Ault
Pensacola.
Public Inquiries Branch, Chief of
of Destroyer Squadron 14 plus
Information. B-B-Q GRILLE
USS A. M. Sumner. I
Among his medals, Cdr. Schub
Called Lantmidcru 1-63 the
'Treasury Department records by wears the Distinguished Flying
show that tens of millions of American by the Navy, the summer training Cross with five stars; 12 Air I.
exercise Is i the Complete With Hood And Motorized $9.99 I
families now own more than designed to give Medals and the Presidental Unit Spit Reg.
$46 billion worth of U.S. Savings midshipmen a broad base of Commendation
Bonds Series E and U.Here's practical knowledge of the Navy
He Is married to the former .
and of the ships In which wiU
they Miss Maureen Lauro of Paterson,
a "Family Fact": The be assigned. They will be Instructed N, J. They have two children, i 888 :
in the various offensive
financial strength of your familyis Christine Carol, 15, and Douglas
part of your country's strength. capabilities of a Naval task force, Paul, 12.antisubmarine.
Invest In both with U.S. Savings ship handling, engineering, anti-
Bonds. air warfare, electronic warfare,
tactics, surface I I II
gunnery, replenishment at sea
and communications. In each phase
I CHARCOAL AND
Orange Park, Fla. the First Class Midshipmen (or I
seniors) will be given the respon-
.. sibilities of junior officers while

STONE DAY CAMP the Third Class Midshipmen (or
CHARCOAL :
:
sophomores) will work with the BRIQUETS
enlisted complement of the ship.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6 to 14INSTRUCTION
On the
I INt last phase of training in
mid-July, a special anti-


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.I JUNE 27, .1963 a JAX AIR.NEWS PACES --l\


VAP-62 Honors Four Men ....
dial EV 8-7676 ij i
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MILITARY At Commendatory Mast 1!


Heavy Photographic Squadron and repair, .and thereby contrll-:
t y INSURANCE Sixty-Two honored four men at uted Importantly to the comfortand
R, AUtOlIAB1 a _.. ._. commendatory mass held last Fri- well being of the crew stated
hum*clr1dcui'.r 4e-' r'r K day. Commander John D. Stuffle- the commendation. It was also
mnoHwot cuuM tttwa* .., .rM beem squadron executive officer noted that he personally effected
p
com ryiiu*foufeooNSMcDOUGALL'S; made the presentations to LutherG. numerous improvement in the
CE Barr YN3; Frank A. Dennee berthing spaces and recreation
AGENCY PH1; John W. Owensby PN3 and facilities as well as in the organization -
M63 Roosevelt Bird.-Near NAS-JkcksonvUle
William F. Devos AN. of the master-at arms
Barr was honored as May force.
"Sailor of the Month". This a- Owensby and Devos received
EXCELLENT FOOD ward was made In recognition of their first Navy Good Conduct
G\\0S\S ITALIAN AND AMERICAN yt his outstanding professional performance Awards.

\rg of 'e EXPERTLY PREPARED 1T. ,.]F. leadership adaptability ...,. ..,.
90C\ sty, CARRY-OUT ORDERS military behavior and appearance -
.. Ct<\ \0 o\\ S Steak.Chicken. Chops I it was stated. AFMA Elects
Et ( fjj;: Seafood.P/xzo/ Dennee received
w'te 'Ltit oea a Letter of
\
\\ BEER AND BANQUET
p;'tcde a\e5 Qoo\ FACILITIES'bS Commendation for his outstanding
e 3o ''tJ performance of duty as barracks New OfficersOfficers
.R 6 Sw\tXtSt Master-at-Arms from March 18
to June 18. During that periodhe
15h,oB i't''\ e maintained the barracks In an for the forthcomingfiscal
t-. a ae Luther C. Barr, YN3 exemplary condition of cleanliness year were elected at last
epe\ab eoooe\ Thursday's meeting of the Armed
Cam QetsSeNwe s Forces Management Association.
9633 t rQho Installation is scheduled for Wednesday -
\ oGO July 19 at the Officers
t /
Club.
Re-elected to the presidency was
341 Roosevelt Boulevard CO 4.9611Orange Park Captain James R. Compton, NAS
1i} Mile, S. of Main Gat..Open 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Dally Commanding Officer. Other officials -
are: Captain R.H. Pagan
O&R vice president; Lewis B.
St. Petery, O&R vice presidentfor
( programs); Rod D. Plnney

!3 l n [DIN Derrick Operations Council &members R.secretary treasurer.elected and George were:

Captain J.D. Sullivan, Supply Of-
s 17.E ficer; Commander E. F. Hodge
y- Comptroller; Mrs. Gladys Ebert,
+ Jo Comptroller Department; E. Tom
t Forrest Defense Surplus Sales
Officer and Daniel Whlddon O&R. ,

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Deputy Assistant SecDef to speakOn

IN APPRECIATION-Jock Wilkerson, District Chairman of the Tuesday, July 2 George F.
Muskogee District of Boy Scouts presents a statue of appreciation Fouch Deputy Assistant Secretaryof
to Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Commander Fleet Air Defense of Equipment Mainten-
BELLAIR Jacksonville for his service and aid to the Boy Scouts during his ance and Readiness will be the
tenure of duty as COMFAIRJAX and COMNABSIX. (Official U.S. guest speaker at theAFMA Luncheon -
Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) scheduled to begin at 11:45.
WE'RE SELLING QUALITYOF He has chosen his fore .
--- --- as topic
the meeting "Value EngineeringIts -
COURSEWe Rear Adm. Reedy NamedRear Antarctic Projects Officerby Application in the Departmentof
Defense,"
Adm. James R. Reedy has the Secretary of the Navy as
assumed duties as United States Commander U.S. Naval Support DID YOU KNOW THAT..Before
Antarctic Projects Officer, suc- Force, Antartica.As the days of the Navy's Hurricane
ceeding Rear Adm. David M. U.S. Antarctic Projects Offi- Hunters as pan of Joint Hurricane
have more to offer than any other urea Tyree In his, who is retiring June 30. cer he becomes principal advisor" Warning Center, for every ten million -
new post Admiral Reedy to the Secretary of Defense on dollars property damage
serves also as a member of the Antarctic affairs and is the senior caused by hurricanes in the United
BUTWe Secretary of Defense staff In addition U.S. representative (In Antarctica. States about 400 persons were
to the duties assigned him
killed, today with the Hunters on
the job, the loss of lives has been
invite you to compare quality of design, of materialand GET AMISSILE reduced about 99% since 1943.
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school was E. D. Martin, AE1,
NATTU Honor who compiled a 78.95
..... Chief Collins average.
\ GraduatesTop

I f fI ff honors for June AT WESTCONNEIT
graduating
Wins School
I fI f 21 in Naval Air Technical Unit's ,

I a schools were taken by D. R. Gler, We Feature.......
i Academic AwardAn AEAA. who completed the 22-
I week Aviation Electrician's Mate Drive In S r\'tce

I F instructor at the Naval Air1'echnlcal1'ralnlng Class "A" School with an aver- Open Mon., Sat., 7-6:30
I ti oq tMi Dry Fold 8c'Ih.
of 87.41.
Unit here received age
trailed closely by Aviation Min. 'toad 50c
I the Academic Award Fri- Cler was
, Ordnanceman Class "A" Wet or dry 5C''lb.
Naval Air
day that he won In the
f
f ff Training Command's Chief Petty School's LCpL R.M. Deronde,who Shirts finished} 22$ lb.
87.31 Dye Work
i SchoolHe graduated with an average.
Officer Leadership
the Aviation -
t Is Chief Aviation Elect rl- Honor Electrician's Graduate Mate from Class"B" .Vestconnett At 103rJ 771-2356
cian's Mate William V. Collins

--:1'-.-. who completed at Naval Air the leadershipcourse Technical FOR T11E.BEBT DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!

Training Unit Pensacola, Florida, See--Moon Mullins
r -y May 10.This.
award Is given to the LCDR. (U5N RET.)
member of each class who distinguishes -

GO BY AIR--E.A. Tanner, Passenger Transportation Administatorat himself by attaining the at SHANNON BROTHERS INC.
NAS is given a certificate of appreciation by A.G. Crowley, highest scholastic average. ,
District Sales Manager Of f Southern Airways in recognition of his Chief Collins Is an Instructor In
in the big yellow building (llth & Main)
promotion of travel by air as Rear Admiral J.M. Carson, Commander the Aviation Electrician's Mate
Fleet Air Jacksonville, looks on. (Official U.S. Navy Photo Class Aft School at the NavalAlr
.
by Ron Gardner, PH2P1)LAST ) Technical Training Unit. New Renaults PeugeotsoStudebakers.
The award was presented by Commander -
, VP-18 AIRCRAFTOFF E; F. Verdery, Acting PHONE EL 6-3993
Commanding Officer of the Naval
Air 1'echnlcal1'ralnlng Unit, Jack-
TO ICELAND SPAINThe sonville, Inceremonles In the Cap-
tain's Office.

t
last "Neptune" bomber of been active also In Project Mercury

Patrol Squadron Eighteen left NAS flights, being credited with sight- Invest in the nation that invests
Jacksonville today with half of the Ing Astronaut Scott Carpenter in you. Buy U.S. Savings Bon dafter s.
i famed squadron going on deployment his reentry In the Atlantic
r to Iceland and the remainderto impact area.
Spain.
: The split movement began last
week, followed on Monday with the
squadron commanding officer, M&D ELECTRONICS I
Commander Vernon F. Anderson I
leaving for Rota, Spain, where he
will set up the antisubmarine unit's Past efficient service. /
headquarters. ] EXPERT All work guaranteed.
Officer In charge of the detach-
ment at the Naval Station,
Keflavik, Iceland is the squad- REPAIriS -RADIO-T.V.
I
"I ron's executive officer, Com- -HI I FI AUTO RADIO
mander S.K. Mansfield.
Both detachments will be sup- DISCOUNT TO SERVICE
porting NATO In their mission of PERSONNEL 0
ON ALL PARTS
antisubmarine warfare operations -
: ; the Keflavik unit workingwith 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.In .

the Icelandic Defense Force- St. Johns Mobile Home
the Rota unit operating with the i______ furniture ttldg.
____ _
U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediter ________
of P. D. Motley
s. P. Dudra
ranean. They are expected to return -
to Jacksonville in time for 771.5573 384.3033 I
Christmas, according to a squadron 1.
spokesman.In .

will be secondary flying air duties surveillance both groups of
Serving: F M
sea lanes, air-sea rescue flights NAS1eciland
as needed and in the case of the

I Iceland detachment, Ice patrols in the
t' later months of the five-month
ployment.This ;' _. t:' '
is the first normal full 11 t l urnrAREA)
scale deployment for the squadron > J ....
.,
since It returned Jacksonville "'l\'i1' Greyhound schedules are so frequent, you can
..
_::; ..r
October 1961 after a fivemonthtour |just about pick your own time of departure.
at the Naval Station,Slgonella, BUY YOURMOBILE Greyhound gives you a 150lb. baggage allow
Sicily. ance. And when you transfer to new duty, you
I Since that time, it has been can stop over en route-'wherever you want, as

i duty almost, such constantly as the operations on detached flown I 0 I L II0IIFROM 0 I E long as you want-at no extra chargelExclusive

t during the Cuban quarantine last
t Fall and locating the missing
Spanish caravelle, Nita II and her NORTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST Scenicruiser h."DIItJ Service 0t0I w" at no extra fare. for laM example 0..V : Dol w"emphls
crew which had becom 'lost while
endeaverlng to recreate Colum- MOBILE HOME DEALER ,Tenn. 20.$18.10 Charleston,S.C. 7."$ 7.75
bus' historic voyage of 1492.In TampaFla. 16...$ 5.35 New Youk H.Y. 12.$28.15an
addition toroutineoperationalcommittments : : -- ---: -- Diego, Cal. 7.$66.00 Miami Fla.. 20...$ 8.45
the squadron has (m'----: : : 1 Cincinnati, Ohio 17...521.80 .Norfoi'kVa. 7.$19.70
''s ,(Erm "fL" SNALLt: "I'I'I1Q"f 'M-i'::: 1

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Marine Reservists Arrive ,Promotion Exams

EVE\ NON ON A 1mAN1) NEW


50'x 10' 2BEDROOMMOBILE Friday For 15 Days Training Scheduled For ,i'' ''


HOME! Members of- Marine Helicopter Navy Personnel :

Squadron 765 of the Organized II I I
Marine Reserve will arrive
Corps Examinations for advancements
NOW ONLY here tomorrow afternoon to begin In rating to pay grade E-4 throughE6 I
15 days annual summer training.The and E-8/E-9 will be conducted \ j
$55 unit commanded by Lieu- by the Navy during July and I
tenant Colonel E. A. Exlund of August It was announced this week.
per mo. I_ Miami Fla., will participate in Locally, examinations will be
"Operation Unity II", the final held in the testing room lower
step in a three year program deck of Building 955 commencing
BUILT ,
.LOCALLY
\
begun by the Marine Corps reserve -
promptly at 7:30 a.m. on days t
.FULLY FURNISHED in 1961 to bring resorve ,, scheduled. All eligible applicants f
_TIRES an1 I WIIEELS training more into line with that rtd should assemble at such time in I
.NO"DOX" received by regular Marine Corps uniform of'the day with ID cards '
4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY aviation squadrons.A handy, and in alphabetical order.'
.ON FREIGHT U.S. I Just South of Phlllpg Highway.Pazo) number of the unit's personnel Exams will be given on the fol- ,
SAVE .ON MAN MIDDLE CHARGES PHONE. 359.5170 work here at NAS Jacksonville In a lowing dates: s
Sun-Sot z 9 o.rr .9 p.rn. the O&R shops.
THE DIFFERENCE E-8/E-9 (senior and master chief :
A
f petty officer),July :30) I
MM-1u of Series E Savings E-6 (petty officer firsttlass'August ) i
Bonds bought 20 years ago are 1 '
still ourstanding. They're worth E-5 (petty officer second class) :'
about 837: more than their cost August 6 )
price and are still earning Lt. Col. E. A. Exlund E-4 (petty officer third class) l
Interest. August 1
The terminal eligibility date for 1 1I

!liOou_ advancement to pay grades E-8 ,
I and E-9 Is Jan 16, 1964.
w The Navy said that personnel who
|have been selected for appointment
to commissioned status as limited
i I duty officer (temporary) are Ineligible -
a1'I
: to compete for advance-
Age Mo. Gov. Allotment 1 ment I to senior or master chief
20 $5.41 I petty officer.
25 $5.57 / I Examination returns of these
30 $5.86 [personnel the Navy said will be
35 $6.55 |Invalidated unless the Individual
I I concerned has notified the Chief
1. Annual dividends of Navy Personnel that he does not
2. All family members added for less than 6tf a day. LOOK FOR MOBILE HOMES BY I intend to accept appointment toI

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The winners of the 1963 Ney v-S
Memorial Awards for outstandingfood
> NAVY RELIEF service both ashore and afloat

have been announced by the Navy _
Sir5
Department.
They are, for the best generalmess
afloat the USS Frank E.
Evans (DD-754)), and for the best
general mess ashore, the Sub- n g > f fThJ
marine Base at Pearl Harbor,
Hawaii.
.
a First and second runnersup in

"DOUGH" FOR DONUTS-The HAS Supply Fleet Service Unit the afloat category are
collected $170.00 to contribute to the Navy Relief Drive, which the USS Oriskany (CVA-34))and the
ended last week, no sale of tickets, only donuts and coffee. Con- USS Vulcan (AR-5)) respectively.
tributions were whatever the purchaser felt like throwing in the The first and second runnersup in
(to) B.E. Blair co-chairman for supply accepts the the ashore category are the Naval
PmoneyTo. D. N. Lawson, AKCM and R. P. Ke'leU' AK3 who Air Station at Corpus Christi!,Tex., PLANE CAPTAIN OF THE MONTH-.B.R. Hodan, AN of VA-45
other for the sale. (Official U.S. Navy and the Naval Air Station at Pa- 18 Captain I
were the two supporters Line Division was honored Tuesday, tIDe as IMe
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) tuxent River, Md., respectively. of the Month for the month of f M aYe r. G. ,
In his message to the winningfood Blackbirds Executive Officer congratulates Hodan. (Official IUS'

service entries, Secretary of Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2P1)MACKLE)
the Navy Fred Korth said"I send
E
r .q. heartiest congratulations to the .
j Evans and Submarine Base Pearl

4 Harbor for their outstanding efforts -
In food and
+ X preparation ser-
spy 3t Igi vice which have earned them the
7
t best mess awards."I .
am also grateful the inter-
est of all commands and their
commissary personnel throughoutthe
Navy for their active continuous
I Interest In Improving the Navy's
well-established tradition of !:
excellence In food service." POINTS THE WAY

The Ney Memorial Awards are ktii'\:
presented annually to the most WITH 1957
outstanding messes both afloat and
ashore which are selected on a FLORIDAUNO

SPECIAL THANKS Lt. Lawrence Heisel, Flag Lieutenant to competitive basis. t '
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville is presented a special Certificate Series E and H Savings Bond buy- PRICESI!
of Service for his assistance to the Boy Scouts of America ers pay no commissions and clipno
by Rod Porter, District Vice Chairman. (Official U.S. Navy Photo coupons. Their bonds keep on AT EXCITING;
by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) earning Interest and building MACKLE BUILT
strength for America as long as
they hold them.
FRA Notes DeltonaIN


: The Installation of new officersfor LOOK TO THE LAND OF THREE SEASONS I
i' and Unit 91, Fleet BROOKS '
Branch -'
Here Is your opportunity to Invttt In''Florida'sntwett
Reserve Association will take and most exciting dtvslopmtnt Created
f 6 *a by Florida's Famous Mickle Brothers, DeltonaFLORIDA'S
place next Saturday night, July was scientifically designed for growth! It Is
t at the Roosevelt Hotel In downtown BEST SELECTION OF USED located on new U.S. Interstate 14 and In I
GOLDEN true area of progress! Homesltes art selling
f Jacksonville. F.r. '; now well below market value) Don't miss the
r The dinner dance will commence CARS IN JACKSONVILLELarge TRIANGLE b/ ? boat! Get all the facts nowl
with a cocktail hour from 6 p.m.
80 FT. x 125 FT. HOME-
to 7 p.m. This will be followedby
SITES INCL CENTRALeCACMs'
$1
dinner and then the formal DAttONA 1095
WATER
SelectionFROM MAIN AS LOW
Installation of new officers.For
Branch 91 Willis J. Cap- OELTONA AS 115 PER MONTH

well, MUC, will be reinstalled as $100.00 TO $1,000.00, Y $10 STARTS YOU ON YOUR WAY
President. Doug Hodges will be TO OWNERSHIP
Installed as vice-president, ::.. A.e Includes guaranteed low simple interest
Terrell L. Cannon as secretaryand Low Down Payment! ORLANDO w !"w'' qAa rate of 5% per annum.
R.W. Welnelt as treasurer. CocAi (Limited number of oversize standard
Tickets for the affair be obtained homesites
available
may Oijrtoni ch,3ItMidort t ; ndo.tyMj.; on i first-come first-
from the Branch Board of Low Weekly Payment! Coca.e4 Ml:dp CMutnl.It Ml served basis at BO extra chart iD
Directors. The price Is $3 Com In or Writ for full-color
per person for dinner and dance, BoofcUt on Dfjltonal
or $1.50 for the dance only. Per- tow Monthly Payment- .
sons should bring their own : H FREE TOURS DAILY!
refreshments and set-ups will be
sold at hotel prices.
For further Information call T.J. COME IN AND LET ONE OF 1 tat.ane Ilr tala rlt..r.r aa.nla ....
Bennett at EV4-1593. ,

OUR FOUR COURTEOUS I FLORIDA INVESTMENT

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Three of the new subs are fleet NAME................. ....."............ ...............................................-............................ _
ballistic submarines named the CORNER OF STATE & LAURA 4
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AY CAMP TOMAHAWKiacksonville's' Movies''


Finest Summer Camp JUNE 10 Movies will be shown regularly

Swimming Pool' 1 Water skiing & Canoeing thru at 7 p.m. ort Monday through Sat- J
| Horseback riding Lunch & Transportation AUG 16 urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
Saturday and Sunday, at the Main-
side and NATTU Theaters Ads should b. oll.d to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd. Drive,
BOYS and
FOR AND at
GIRLS 6 to 14 7 p.m. JocktonvlH 8, Florida to arrive not (later than Tuoidoy for publI-
only on Sunday at the Hos-
p cation tft. following tburtdoy. Ach arriving too lot* 'for this doodllno
pital Theater. These times are will bo published the following w..k un I. II the publisher h'n-. '
subject to chance.Thursday. itructod othorwlM. A chock or mon.y ardor for the full cost of the
FORMATION CALL 733-0633 June 27 od must b* r.c.lvtd WITH the copy for th. ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Mainside Naughty Marietta

NATTUnit Man From The Din- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
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Hospital Knights Of The
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Friday, June 28 FOR SALE 5162 Shirley St. 3BR 19' CHRIS CRAFT RUNABOUT,
masonry home. Paneled rooni can* Rebuilt, 130 HP engine, fast, ski
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Special rates to service personnel. NATTUnit Naughty Marietta cash. No closing costs. Realtors,

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With THIS advertisement.Open Saturday, June 29 HOUSE FOR STEAL :3BR 2B 1 free hr. Theory per week. Turn
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Hospital Naughty Marietta DRIVER WANTED Will
UNFURNISHED HOUSE 1BR. pay gas,
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ll" "" xAIR. .. SPORTS: ,. 5ND Wins All-Navy Rifle; T '

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F / / 00 CARLOADU By Marc Whetstone, J01

I l $ Including Free Wee// A repeat performance by both the Rifle and Pistol Blue Teams representing the Commandant of the
9 U Movies with Pass. Fifth Naval District called for an encore last Friday June 21, as they stepped up to claim the trophiesand

/ See the Best for Less titles as the 1963 All-Navy Rifle and Pistol Team Champions. .

4 See dally papers for On June 7, both of these squads
programs. excelled in the Atlantic fleet mat-

Eat the best Pizza ches also held here at the Jack-
this side/ of Rome. sonville Naval Air Station.
U.S. '17 So. from a field of 144 All-Navy
individual rifle competitors, Lieu-
tenant Charles E. Tate of the

Small Arms Training Unit San
MAKING A MOVE? Diego Calif., won the match-con-
ditioned first place .30 caliber M1

Rent A rifle by firing a new All-Navy

NEW FORD TruckVANS J 11 } record score of 734-54V out ofa

rb possible 750 points. Lt. TateIs w
the officer-in-charge of the
STAKES
PICK.UPS unit.Chief CHAMPIONS THROUGH AND THROUGH-Doubling up to receive
LIFT GATES Boatswain's Mate CharlesE. the All-Navy Rifle and Pistol Championships are the Blue Teams
PANELS Tryon from Third Naval Dis- representing the Fifth Naval District
trict Headquarters placed first

Mot Yourself' 50ft SPECIALLONGDISTANCE in the individual pistol championship Lucas ADRC of NAS Norfolk,Va.,
And Save Up To firing a score of 855-20X Jack M. Pringle, PNCA of'the En-
RATES out of a possible 900 points. In listed Personnel Distribution

addition to the match-conditioned fice, Continental U.S., Bainbridge,
.45 caliber service pistol he was Md.; Homer J. Cullifer, PRC of
ll'V' 1 I4 311 W. STATE ST. awarded he received honors for NAS Norfolk Va.; and Nathaniel -k'1; ;f ,

EL 3864llOJULIAsfT compiling the highest aggregate Massle Jr., RMC of Naval TrainIng -

scores in both rifle and pistol} Center, Bainbridge, Md.
EL 3,7475 with a total of 1573-67 points. Two shooters were given special err
Second place In the Individual recognition at the awards presen-
rifle competition went to Joseph tations.
1... GMGC of the
Galvao Small R.J. Murphy, AMHC oftheSmall
Arms Training Unit San Diego.He Arms Training Unit San Diego,
NOTICE !
fired a score of 728-61V,
Calif., was acclaimed for his recording -
while Gaspar P. DeFino, TMCASS
a score of 2620 out of a
( ) of the Commander Naval Air MATCH CONDITIONED Ml rifleis
possible 2700 thus qualifying him Lt. Charles E.
Technical Training Staff Memphis presented to
JAX NAVY CREDIT UNION CLOSING Tenn., took the runnerup hon for membership In the "2620 Tate of the Small Arms Training -
ors in the Individual pistol compe- Club". To date only five Navy Unit, San Diego, Calif., for
men have achieved this mark.Chief the 1963 All individual
tition with a score of 849-24X. winning -Navy
There were five teams In the Murphy, In addition to receiving an rifle matches. Lt. Tate's

JULY 1 JULY 5 All-Navy rifle competitions two award was given a letter of con- score of 734-54V set a new All-&

thru top squads from the Pacific Fleet gratulations by BuPers repre- Navy record, witnessed by ,144
two from the Atlantic Fleet and one sentative Commander Tom B. shooters in the rifle competitions.Cdr. .
Reserve. Martin Jr., from Vice AdmiralW. Thomas C. Deans, HAS Ex.,

CASHIERING & BOOKKEEPING DEPTS ONLY The 5ND Blue team firing a PersonneLThe. R. Smedberg Chief of Naval ecutive Officer, made the All-

1426-80V out of a possible 1500 Navy presentations on behalf of
Purpose; Compute & Post Semi-Annual DMdemH.8% points, was followed in order of second recognition was Capt. James R. Compton, NAS
somewhat Cdr.
unique as Martin '
precedence by the 11ND Blue team CO.
standing before over 200 hardball
Mail Receipts Will Be Credited To Accounts with a score of 1416-71V; 11ND
shooters, praised the marksman-
Gold team with a score of 1412- bronzed helmet of former Chiefof
As Of Date Received 67V; 10ND team with a score of ship of a shotgun sharpshooter.... Naval Operations Admiral Ar-

1410-94V; and 3ND team with a NAS Jacksonville's Ken Pen- leigh Burke, was awarded to the

score of 139168V. dergras. combat rifle team representing the

.b :?: *6WHEN The field for the pistol team After hearing awarded that Pendergraswas the Commander in Chief of the U.S.
competition was the same for rifle recently Navy'sfirst Atlantic Fleet. This crack East
United States
with the 5ND Blue squad better- Distinguished Coast squad out-fired Its Pacific
International Shooter the
ing the other four entries by a Badge Fleet counterpart by a score of
audience came to their feet and
score of 1104-29X out of a pos- 816 to 765.Making .
him a standing ovation. The
sible 1200 points. gave the CNO Championsare
WAS THE LAST TIME j Second through fifth places are chief aviation electrician's mate : team up captain J.C. Ketzler
presented the medal
was gold as
10ND with a score of 1093-20X; GMGCA of the Naval Station
YOU ENJOYED : 11ND Blue with a score of 108:- a result of winning for the U.S., Guantanamo Bay Cuba;team coach
the World Skeet Champ-
24X; ComNavAlrPac with a score Shooting Major L, Golden BM1 of NTC
ionship held at Carlo last
of 1007-18X and 3ND with a score Egypt Great Lakes HL; Emil Praslick
Live Maine
Lobster. Fall. He broke the final 25 targets
of 9306X. A01 of NAS Oceana, Va., Rich-
Chatcaubriad Bouquettere 2- In a row to enable the U.S.
The winning 5ND Blue rifle ard T. Fitzpatrick AMS1 of NAS
team to beat out the Russian team
Chukar' Partridge Rissoto squad behind Its team captain V.E. Qionset Point, R.L; Bobby
Suckling Pig Rissoto '* Blank, RMCS of Naval Training by one pointt.In J. Reeves EON3 of Mobile Con-
addition to the All-Navy trophies -
'f Elk Steak Center Bainbridge Md., and team awarded the winning teams struction Battalion Seven,Davis-
coach R. H. Kerbs, AMHC of 5ND and Individuals the four-star. vllle R.L; James F. Espenschied
YARDOJF Special Services was comprisedof PR2 of NATCPatuxentRiverMd.;
A BEER?
Emil Praslick, A01 of NAS CWO-3 Jack R. Kanavel (MC) of

Next Time You Eat Out Oceana Va.; CWO-3 Jack R. Kan- I Cherry Point, N.C.; and Ltjg( )
avel (MC) of the 2nd Marine David Plannecke of 3ND Public

"W Escape The Every Day At. 1 Air .Wing, Cherry Point, N.C.: Works Office New York.
Willie D. Martin DCCA of Com- There were 221 competitors In

< mander Service Force, Atlantic this year's All-Navy competitions,
1.y. Fleet; Dennis F. Foreman SA of M r. ,Z 144 of whom fired the rifle mat-
USS Northampton (CC-1)); Paul H. ches and 164 In the pistol matches.
jojt Williamson ET1 of Dam Neck } Ywry f From this field of marksmenhave

$ Va.; and Clark G. Gilmore AC3 been chosen 31 pistol men and

of NAS Oceana, Va. 45 rifle men to represent the U.S.

,. The All-Navy 5ND pistol champ- Navy In the Interservlce and National
,Ions are: team captain W.A.Cooke, ALL.NAVY PISTOL Champion Matches which will be heldat
'k FTCS of Service School Command, Charles E. Tryon, BMC of the Camp Perry, Ohio, in August.
"" RIVERSIDE AVENUE NTC Bainbridge, Md.; team coach Third Naval District receiveshis They will remain here at NAS
; R.H. Kerbs AMHC (who, also trophies from NAS Executive Jacksonville to practice until the
;: *l'') ( coached the rifle team); J.H. Officer Cdr. Thomas C. Deans. last week In July.

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27, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11 .


A Unique, Rare Breed Judo Club ParticipatesIn


j 'Two June Tournaments
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Jt Y .,
June has been an active month Hall and G. Moore, a pair of
for Jax Navy Judo Club members. Brown Belts, before B. Preo, a
4I1? 4 4P They participated in two tourna- Black Belt, stopped that Jax run.
9 ments, here and away from home Calling on their junior memberthe
and began working for possiblytwo Jax club put Pat Sullivan, a
more In July. Junior Orange Belt, against Preo,
P + The club's first match was Wed- who he defeated, eliminating the
nesday, June 12, at NAS Jax, with last of the Shangri-La team. With WESTSIDE
USS Shangri-La, based at May- the remaining players (all Jax)
4 port. the match was finished in like-
The match was set up, playingthe order to determine'the individual AnIc
DOUBLE DlSTINGUISHED-Ten of the 12 sharpshooters In the junior members of each team champion. The final outcome was
Navy who wear both the distinguished rifle and pistol medalswere against each other. The winners Willie Jones, Black Belt; D. L.
gathered here at NAS Jax for this year's All-Navy matches. then continued against newer and Stewart, Brown Belt;and Pat Sullivan c SERVING
They are (L to R front row) Cecil M. McConnell, MACA of NAG, higher opponents until they were in that order. SOUTHWEST

Pt. Mugu, Calif.; Joseph L. Galvoo, GMGC, of SATU, San Diego, defeated.In The Jax Navy Judo Club then ." ,i COUNTY
Calif.; Charles E. Tyron, BMC of 3ND; Gasper P. DeFino, TMCASS the first round, D.L.Shifley journeyed to Gulf Port, Florida, WITH
( ) of CNATECHTRA, Memphis, Tenn.;Martin C. Schoonderwoerd, of Jax defeated T. Wnek, N. Casa- Saturday, June 15 for the Florida COMPLETE
ADRC of NAS Atsugl, Japan; (back row L to R) Charles R. Bover, borro, J. Buszda and J. Sharbuttall West Coast Invitational Kyu CONVENIENT MODERN
A01, VF-191, NAS Mi ram or, Calif.; Donald Clay, RDC of NAS ( White Belts) before being defeated Tournament. It was sponsored by COMMERCIAL
Patuxent River, Md.; Lt (|lg) Melvin B. Branch of USS George Cly- by theShangri-La's J. Hall, the Florida Black Belt Associ ation. BANKING
mer; and Major L. Golden, BM1, USNTC Great Lakes, III. (Not in a Brown Belt. C. Harp, a White Three of four NAS Jax partici- SERVICES
photo but present for matches was M.D. Herbert, GMC of USS Gal- Belt from Jax, then dislodged J. pants placed in the tournament.C. .
double distinguished holders are A.G. third in the 140- HOURSe
veston. The remaining two Harp placed -..,3O AM-I PM
Dean of NIC San Diego, Calif., and a member of the Medical 160 lb. class;J.D.McCarronplacedthird b..I.p. ;30//AM-0.I+30Ar.JA0M1Pfd PM All O.M.,
Corps, Capt. E. E. Hedblom. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron 'Mural GolfStandings In 160-180 lb. class: and
Gardner, PH2-P1)) D.L. Stewart third In the heavy
weight class. The other memberwas
D. L. Shifley. Vub

Intramural Softballers The Jax Navy Judo Team plansto
Top
I send a team toOrlandoSaturdayand
American League Sunday, July 20-21 for an .
Combine To Meet SanfordJax Invitational Judo Tournament. The : :AID 771-6161
Hospital "A" 7-1/2 1-1/2 team also hopes to host a South- .

Navy's newly formed Station further pointed out that there were A/C Maint 6 3 eastern Invitational TournamentIn Member.of
FDIC
VP-30"A" fall
Softball team will 'go on the line bright spots in the contests des- 5 3 Jacksonville this
here Saturday night against NAS pite the scores. Admin 5 4
Marines --
Sanford. The double-header will One example of the lax potential 3-1/2 Sl/2 "

begin at 6:30 p.m. was a one-hit ball game pitchedby VP-7 FAW-11 3 1 6 MAKE SURE
8
Last Saturday the group of sel- Jim Dwiggins of the NAS HospitaL .
ect Intramural talent journeyed to The hitter scored on an error I m

Moody AFB, Ga., only to drop two and the Jax team lost 1-0. National League V YOUR NEW HOME
double headers by the scores of Players that made the trip were

6-2 4-2, 1-0, and 9-5. Tommy Ross, VA-45; Ken Oliver, VP-30 "B" 8 1
"It was the first time the men NARTU; Julian Lewis, VP-30;
NARTU 5 3
had played together on the same Jerry Stephenson, VP-30; Bernie VA-45 4-1/2 3-1/2! ISA
team," manager Frank McCaffreysaid. Haugh, Hospital; Sandy Wagner, Hospital[ "B" 4 3
The Athletic Director Hospital; Bob Geiger, VA-45;
Com Fair Jax 4 3- RESALEVALUEPROTECTED
Jerry Rud, Hospital; Jim VAP-62 4 5
Pools OpenThe Dwiggins, Hospital; Red Mills, FAETU 1-1/2 7-1/2
Hospital; Dave Stewart, o&R; vp-16 1 6
outdoor swimming pool, Chuck Oyenik, VA-45; and Donald INVESTMENT!

south of the Ondo, VP30.Deadline .
Navy Exchange Bldg., mackerel and drum.
will be open from 11 a.m. to 7p.m. Entries be sumltted by yard
may
seven Nears ForFishennan's I Preferred Area
days a week. mail to the Employee Relations
Other outdoor pools will be open Division, Industrial Relations De- / Maintenance-Free Quality Construction
when sufficient lifeguards are RodeoCivil partment, Bldg. 907 They should be / Low Price and Monthly PaymentsIn
available to man them. In sincein
sent as soon as possible
The Indoor Pool Bldg. 614, Service employees of NAS, the event of identical entries, Westwood a/lthree. .
Health and Exercise Room will be are reminded that they have but the earliest one submitted will you get
and
Come out today see for yourself.
open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven two more weeks in which to enter receive the award. Entry blanks
days a week. However, the pool their catches In the Fisherman's may be obtained from the membersof
area will be open only for water Rodeo. Prizes will be awarded for the Civilian Employees Recreation 3 & 4 Bedrooms, 1, 1ft & 2 Baths
survival training, from 8 a.m. to catches of black bass, bream, and Welfare Association or by $10,950.$12,800-FHA.VA Terms
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