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Creation Date: July 18, 1962
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military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or service advertised-

VOL. 21 NO. 19 'u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 18. 1963I Ji
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The Chief of the Navy's Bureauof ,,, ., ,
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Supplies and Accounts, Rear ,.
I ___ Admiral J. W. Crumpacker, wasa .;",>',
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Jacksonville Tuesday. visitor on Mondayand >l "

a1oi While here he Inspected the var-
kti ious supply activities In the Jacksonville +' \

Navy complex.He ,
toured NAS Cecil Field on t

Monday and later observed supply {
functions at the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange and Commissary Store tt I
., facilities.On ..
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Tuesday, the supply admiralmet --
with Captain James H. :
Compton, NAS Commanding Officer '"" :'
and Captain John D.Sullivan,
NAS Supply Officer and toured the

mains Ide Supply Department.In ,
the afternoon he called on / t
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Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, ,, ....", "
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Commander Fleet Air Jackson- r.' t ,
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t ville and Naval Air Bases Sixth ? .. '1.,ft", '
RAdm. and Sullivan OfficialU. (Continued On Page 4)) ), '
Capt. Compton, Crumpacker Capt. ( _t" I' ;.J.li'' S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)VAP2 ) AFMA 'r't,' : :3 ".' '
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By Cdr. Stuff lebeem Friday EveThe EARTHBOUND Jax Navy Sports Parachute Club member. See

Armed Forces Management story on page 8. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by R. R. Richards,
"The Eyes of the Fleet" squadron, Heavy Photographic Squadron Association will hold its annual AEC)
Sixth-two, has a new skipper. He is Commander John D. Stufflebeem dinner meeting on Friday, July 19, .II
of Ava, Mo. at 7 p.m. at the NAS fleer's Club.
units in the Fairjax .
complex.Of
Extended
Cdr. Stuffiebeem, the squad- was the Special events planned for the Shore Tours ,
significance
ron's former executive officer, greater evening Include Installation of .
relieved Commander Robert F. awarding to VAP-62 by President officers for the coming club year. Some Air .
Roemer as commanding officer (Continued On Page 4)) .(Continued On Poge4)) For RatingsA

July 10 at cermonies held inhangar
114. Cdr. Roemer has been or- move by the Bureau of Naval AQAN: AEC, AE1: AMC, AMI,
dered to the Joint Staff Office of Personnel to "put the seavey sys- AM2, AM3, AMAN; PRC; AKC,
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Wash- tem on the 'even-flow concept' AK1, AK2, AK3, AKAN; PTC,
ington, D.C.During Is expected to get underway next PT1 PT2, PT3, and PTAN.
the ceremonies, after February when an estimated 35 The report went on to say,
each officer read his orders, 1 i i'S. 9'R aviation ratings receive shore tour however, that those personnel at
special guest speaker Captain Vin- length extensions, according to a sea in these ratings who are near
cent F. Casey, ComFalrJax Chiefof + c rc e recent- Navy Times report. the end of their present enlistment
Staff, addressed the squadron Those ratings to be affected with will be required to extend their
personnel and audience, praising Increases from six months to a enlistment in order to reap the j
Cdr. Roemer on his leadership year are: ADCM, ADCS, ADJC, benefit of longer shore tours.
capabilities. ADJ1, ADJ2, ADJ3, ADJAN; The shore extensions also affect
It was during Cdr. Roemer'stour ADRC, ADR1, ADR2, ADR3, those personnel of the selected._
as commanding officer (he ADRAN; AQC, AQ1, AQ2, AQ3, ratings ashore whose present
took the reins in Sept. 1962)) that a shore tours extend beyondJanuary

the squadron received the highest rs are'v,xs ,'' Gives GallonTo 31, 1964."and If they have 18
Administrative and Material Inspection Fes A months or more of obligated service -
numerical grade of 95.91 left beyond their present tour
while competing with 32 other air Hospital completion date," it was stated.
The Times says that those already -
ashore who don't have the
Wale Day Plans Blood CenterAn required 18 months obligated

service must obligate themselvesto
Underway H ra rtF Aircraft Maintenance Department enough time in order to take
airman is the fourth Air advantage of the longer stay
Station person to become a "Gal- ashore. The only exception to thisis
The Waves of NAS Jacksonvillewill lon Donor" at the Naval Hospital perhaps those personnel whose
hold an "Open House" in Blood Donor Center.He .
tour date and expiration date endat
celebration of their 21st Birthdayon is L.G. Barnett Jr., who the same time. In this case,
Thursday, July 25, from 3:00 works in the Hydraulics .shop In the individual can either extend his
p.m. to 5:00 p.m. There will bea UJJ ILL? the Aircraft Maintenance Depart-- enlistment to cover the requirement -
cake cutting ceremony held in ment. He donated his fourth pint or "get out as originally
the lounge at the Wave Barracks. of blood last Friday. scheduled." .. 1 I
Captain J.R. Compton, NAS Commanding Captain J.M. Hanner, Hospital For Information
more complete
Officer will cut the cake. GALLON DONOR. Captain J. M. Hanner, U. S. Naval Hospital Commanding Officer presented regarding the shore extension*

All division officers, chief petty Commanding Officer presents membership card and bronze me- Barnett with a membership cardin involving the above ratings, referto
officersof dallion to L. G. Barnett AN of Aircraft Maintenance for his
officers and leading petty gallon the "Gallon Club" and a bronze BuPers Notice 1306 of July 3,
Waves are invited to attend. blood donation. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by FAPL) (Continued On Page 4)) 1963.



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Behooves Us To Station Traffic '


RecordFollowing J .X AX'S :,
Keep America BeautifulTHE Violation I .

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CITIZENRY of America Is organizing an ail-out elimination Is a report of traffic
of a two-footed two-armed two-eyed too careless bug violations for the period July 8 The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
known as the Utter bug. through July 12. published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

To the military man or woman the fight against the litter-bug Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
Isn't new. From basic training and "boot" camp to the decks of proud NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR

and mighty aircraft carriers clean-up and pick-up details are regular NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
duty. The war against the litter-bug on some military week (period July 8-12).4) Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12iOO noon on Monday before
establishments usually costs a littering officer or enlisted man much Total accidents this year through publication. News items are welcomed from all sources--
12 . . . 146
mental pain and anguish despite the fact that military littering In most July Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
cases Is accidental. It doesn't pay the serviceman or woman to be Number of accidents through July Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
forgetfulA 1962 . . . 165 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

national anti-litterIng organization Is marking its tenth anniver- NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Company, 4724; Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida --
sary this year with a slogan "KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL." 359 SHO or 359-027L
. .. LAST INJURY IN MOTOR :Telephone
President John F. Kennedy has said In connection with this "1don't
VEHICLE ACCiDENT....... 36
think there Is anything that could occupy our attention with more
t JULY 18 196J
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distinction than trying to preserve for those who come after us this NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS
beautiful country which we have Inherited."
The United States Department of Commerce is cooperating with

the National Conference to Keep America Beautiful; to preserve and THIS WEEK.....................62
Improve America's scenic and nun-made beauty through a continuing Speeding. . . 25 The Judges JobIs
program of public education; and to Instill In every citizen a feeling Going through stop sign. .2
of pride and responsibility for the appearance of his country. Reckless driving. . .1
The military man knows the value of cleanliness and knowing that t Other violations . 30 To Save LivesMany
the United States Is very much his country also adopts the 1&I1t1U nerlng I Thirty-six drivers appeared
slogan; In fact takes the next step and Is "KEEPING AMERICA before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
FREE AND CLEAN." (AFPS) the meeting held on July 15. people think that a Judge'sonly injury.
function In a traffic case is "But, when you add together all
Disposition of the cases Include
the following: four lost their to punish the violator (or let him the running of red lights and exceeding -
go), or to act as a collection agencyfor of speed limits and
Never Look Directly At driving and parking privileges
aboard the station for various the city, county or state. Improper turns and so forth, and
periods; 15 were assigned to com- Actually, the principal purposein put It to Individuals in terms of the
traffic cases is not merely to total Impact on our state and our
Sun Warns NSPB plete an eight-hour course in remedial -
Eclipse driving instructions; 11 punish drivers, but to Improve communities: then the serious-
-. have suspended penalties; seven them-to bring about voluntary observance ness becomes clear.

Never look directly at an eclipse several means of observing were given warning; three were of the law, and promote "This Is one of the things we
of the sun. You may cause serious the eclipse safely; a simple pro- dismissed; six were fined and one safety. have to emphasize In courts that
damage to your vision warns the jector for observing the eclipse referred to commanding officersfor This means getting violators\ to try traffic cases, as well as In
National Society for the Preventionof can be made with two pieces of possible disciplinary action. understand the logic and the our safety education."
Blindness, Inc. white cardboard. A pinhole or pen reasons for traffic laws{ con-
During the afternoon of Satur- cil hole in the top cardboard servesto vincing them that respect for these

day, July 20, 1963,the entire North project and focus the image of laws Is important-to them, as wellas
American continent will be cover- the eclipse on the second card- Fashion Models to others.As .

ed by an eclipse of the sun. The board. The size of the image can a starter here are a coupleof
eclipse will cause complete dark- be changed by altering the distance Needed Hire facts: Water Accidents
ness In parts of Alaska, Canada between cardboards. Do not look at L Florida, in 1960 had 125,000
and the State of Maine, and partial the sun through the pinhole. Tel- traffic accidents. Increase In Fla.
darkness in all other areas of the evision also affords a safe means Any ,officer or enlisted wives 2. In 9 out of 10 ofthem ((112
continent. wherever the eclipse Is being telecast who have modeling experience are 500)), a driver violated the law.
This eclipse means a serious Persons wishing ,to pho- requested to call Mrs. Terry It's a fair assumption then that
Water accidents and deaths are
threat to the eyesight of every tograph the eclipse should be Dahly, 3883028.She most accidents could be avoidedIf and
person, both adults and children, certain their equipment is safe for is particularly interested in people would stop violating Increasing In Florida as more
who watch It directly.Children are sighting and focusing on the those .women who have had pro- traffic laws. So, why don't they? more people build home swimming
pools and take and boat-
... particularly susceptible to vision sun. Filters are needed on many motion or fashion training.Mrs. A distinguished Florida Jurist has the to skiing of Health
State Board
damage. There Is no safe way to types of cameras to eliminate the Dahly periodically pro- this answers Ing ,
look directly at the eclipse: I hazard. REMEMBER, THERE IS duces the fashion shows at local "People readily understand that noted recently.In .
Smoked glass, exposed photo- NO SAFE WAY TO LOOK DIRECTLY service clubs. law violators like murder robbery 1961 there were 409 drown-
graphic film and dark glasses are AT AN ECLIPSE OF THE:: and so forth are morally wrong Ings, 91 of these from small
442
not adequate protection for watch- SUN I and should be punished. boats. In 1962 there were
Ing the eclipse. Many who have "Why are you coming{ home with "But the drownlngs 104 of these from small
traffic
milk pail ?" demandedthe average violator -
your empty
boats.
tried them in the have
suf-
past doesn't feel that he
fered eye Injuries. NATTUnit Names farmer. "Didn't the old cow has done actually This year, the board has start-
anything The
give anything? "Yes, the wrong.
replied -
After a partial eclipse of the violation doesn't ed tabluatlng deaths in home swimming
of
three hired boy '"nine pints and one seem any pools and the total so far( Is
sun wide-spread Honor
years vgo GraduatesHighest kick." J.C. Mitchell, England. great importance to him unless it
reports of damaged vision resulted results In loss of life or severe 13-
in Western states/ especially scholastic average of all Deaths could be cut to almost
among school children. The State graduates from the Naval Air zero If a few basic rules are fol-
of Utah counted 31 definite cases Technical Training Unit's schools lowed, said Dr. George A. McCoy,
of eye burns after the September last week was compiled by AE"A" director of the board's Accident
1960 eclipse; all but five of the School's J. A. Lentz AEAA. He 'Prevention Program.He .
victims were children. An esti- graduated with a final average of 41" said overcrowding of home
mated 75 children suffered retinal ; pools Is a common cause of accidents

_.. burns in the State of Washington 89.Other graduating honormenwere but so Is running on slick
during the same eclipse. RoW.Benson. AOAA andD.C. surfaces and jumping or diving intooshallow

During an eclipse, even thoughthe Dent, AEL water. He said utmost
dazzling visible rays of the Benson completed the AO-A caution should be used with lighting
sun are blocked, dangerous infrared school with an average of 87.36 to equipment and power lines.
rays are nevertheless emitted. top his class and Dent bested his Dr. McCoy said swimmers
These rays, then focused on the class .In AE "B" school with a should never swim alone just after
delatcate retina of the eye, can 79.04 average. eating, when tired when drinkingor
cause harmful' burns much the The honorman for each class is at night except In welllightedpools.
same -t a magnifying glass can the man who compiles the highest .
focus the sun's rays on a pieceof verage of all personnel In his Regarding skiing he said that
paper and burn It. Because the class. not only should the boat operator
retina Is not sensitive to pain the I know where he is going but the
victim never realizes he has been skier should avoid exhibitionist
harmed until tooiate. Such retinal CULTURE Culture and nothingelse acrobatics, such as skiing close to
burns are incurable, and the victim win make It worthwhile to be wharfs or other fixed objects. He
has a blank spot In his field of' alive. The treasures of preceding said a second person In a boat
vision where the burn scare'remains culture are difficult to distinguishfrom Is a valuable asset to help in case
in the retina. its dross as man confronts of accident.

An eclipse Is a curious each day's new existence. His PJTrJoNr Er A primary safety rule boating
greatest danger Is that he will mis-
phenomenon and many people,especially accidents is to stay with the boat,
the youngsters will be anx- take one for the other discard the he said. Trying to swim to shore

ious to watch it. There are dross.treasure- L.D.and hold Haskew fast, Jnl to the or OVERDONE!' may prove fataL Someone either Is boundto towthe

Teacher Education. come along soon and
boat in or be able to go for

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Aircraft Maintenance's Peterson


Good fortune comes In twos: to Jack N. Peterson of the Aircraft
Transfer Division of the Overhaul and Repair Department. r A
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eran was selected( as the NAS ++ ,
i Serviceman of the Month for June Is responsible for receipt, maintenance s V
and last Wednesday received his and preparation of aircraft 'it : /11
,y I promotion to chief aviation for test and ferry flights. Other "
machinist mate(reciprocal). duties performed by Peterson Include 'f i$ .
He was honored at ceremoniesby Helicopter Maintenance < (.. \ > \tL
JrF Training for the various hel- t '
the NAS commanding officer, type ; ,
last icopter processed by the NAS O- .
Captain James R. Compton t c !
who has been at verhaul and Repair Department. : .
Friday. Peterson, 1
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.' the Station only 5 months, receiveda Peterson was further cited for I : \ e ,f '
check for $50 and a day all his "healthy attitude toward military \ j
!F f f"Serviceman" expense paid trip to St. Augustine and civilian alike, winning the 1 / f ;
of the USO. respect and friendship of all with .
courtesy \jji.{ .
The Navyman was commendedfor whom he has associated. His per-, 4 L4 1 IONE
his outstandingperformanceas sonal appearance, whether In uni- _
supervisor of the NAS 0 & R form or civilian clothes are alwaysof

Dept., Helicopter Line. There he the highest standards." LAST LOOK-Cdr. L.H. Elliott YA-45 looks over the troops

before leaving to assume command of YA-44, while the new skip.
perCdr. Richard R. Renaldi, who reported here from Naval War
College, Newport, Rhode Island (foreground) looks on approv-
ingly. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)AEV1A )
Peterson


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r (Continued From, Page 1)) Rear Admiral and Mrs. Robert

VAP 62 1 +, They are President, Captain Goldthwaite.will be special guests
James R. Compton;Executive Vice at the meeting. Admiral Goldth-
President Captain R. H. Fagan; waite assumed duties as Commander -
r-. (Continued From .Page 1))' Vice President (Programs) Louis Fleet Air Jacksonville and
Kennedy the Navy Unit Commendation B. St. Petery; Secretary, Rod D. Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District
"for outstanding and ,mer- Plnney and Treasurer, George on July 8.
itorious service in the per-
formance of classified aerial

photographic reconnaissance missions PRETTY AS
of paramount military importance : \ tt
to the security of the t xr.

United Cdr.States"Stufflebeem. reported tothe IiIiM A PICTURE

squadron In August 1962 after attending .
the photo reconnaissanceschool rat aerttrt tta m ass
at PensacoU Fla. He
SPECIAL
became VAP-62's executive officer -
September 4 of that year. if .

ANOTHER STEP UP-Mrs. Sachiko Perry proudly pins Ensign barson
her husband, Wilburn Robert Perry, Jr., who was recently promoted -
Gives Gallons to Ensign from Senior Chief Radioman. Ens. Perry has'been
In the Navy for 16 years and 9 months. He is presently assignedto
& (Continued From Pagel) the Ground Electronics Maintenance Division, CommunicationsDept. BIG

medallion: signifying that he has ., (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).

donated a gallon of Diood. Barnett
plans to contribute blood towardhis 1
second gallon as soon as pos-
sible. 11"x 14"PORTRAIT
The Donor Center was begun In
April 1961 under the supervisionof
Lieutenant Clara A. Otis. She
was recently transferred to the
Chelsa Naval Hospital, Mass. The _
present supervisor Is Lieutenant
Commander Helen Mac. $800 VALUEG.
Other Gallon Donors are: PaulM.

Doyle, AMS2 also of Aircraft .
Maintenance Department; MariaE. ,
Diaz, SA, Boathouse Branch,
Operations Department; and J- -R C. MURPHY BONUS
Lydhal Stewart, MR2 who is now
_.. aboard the USS Gilmore. COUPON
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p. THIS I COUPON AND $1.00 ENTITLES

SupplyContinued YOU TO ONE 11" x 14" PORTRAIT

( From Page 1)) NAME

Naval District.He .
later traveled to the May- ADDRESS
port Naval Station and the Navy
Fuel Depot. While at Mayport LIMIT ONE PER SUBJECTEach
he was guest of honor at a luncheon
at the Commissioned Officer's Additional Subject $3.95. Group $1.00
Mess (Open). SON FOLLOWS SUITDonald C. Elmore, 17-yeor old son of Lt. Per Person.
The admiral Is the 33rd Chiefof Cdr. Milford D. Elmore (MSC), is sworn I into the Naval Reserve by
the Bureau of Supplies and Ac- his father during ceremonies at the Jacksonville Naval Reserve 3 DAYS ONLY JULY 18-19-20
counts. He assumed his present Training Unit. Donald, a senior at Forest High School, plans to
position In June 196L apply for an appointment to Annapolis following his graduationnext
The Bureau handles some year. In the meantime he will participate in local reserve ac-
400,000 Items directly related to tivities. Lt. Cdr. Elmore, the Fiscal and Supply Officer at the Na- (;. Our
.. the support of aircraft It was val Hospital, also started his Navy career as an enlisted man in Lay-A. 4423Roosevtlr
stated. It also stocks some 1940. He received his commission In the Medical Service Corpsin Yiay Plan. No G. C. Murphy CO.Blvd. Roovflt I
1,200,000 articles for general 1952. The Elmores live at 5544 Norde Dr., Jacksonville.NA.( Extra Charge Moll
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Need goin' home money? Dorn's Notes ClubThursday ':


Thursday, July 18 ''I
Thursday, July 18
18
July 'I
Dance contest & Dance featuring
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Happy Hour Country and Western Night fea-
8:00 p.m. 12:00: a.m. Friday, July 19 turning the Country Drifters

Friday July 19 Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" &OOP.rn.OOP.rn.: I

Dance Phil & Friday, Julv 19
LI' featuring Cay Saturday, July 20
Chantels 9:00 p.m. l00a.m.: Dance to Mach Four, vocal Jerry
Dance to Cappy's Combo I
Gray 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.
SaturdayJuly 20
Sunday, July 21 Saturday, July 20
Dance featuring March Wilson & I
U ,Red Coats 9:00 p.m.1:00 a.m. Dance to Mach Four Dance to Mark Castle 8:30 p.m. -
22 12:30 a.m. I
July
Monday,
Sunday, July 21 _
Pizza Sunday, July 21 -'
Night
Dance featuring Carl Boyd &
Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m. 12:00 Tuesday, July 23 Dance to Bud Clark Quartet 8:30 I
a.m. p.m. 11:30 p.m.
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Happy Hour

Monday, July 22 Wednesday, July 24 Monday, July 22 \\

Dining& Dancing Popcorn at the bar from 5:00 p.m.
Western Night music by Country to ?

Tuesday July 23 DriftersBy Tuesday, July 23

Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
shrinking storage sites from Game Night 7:30 p.m. 10:00p.m.
Wednesday, July 24 77 to 11 depots In 1963 and 1964
Game Night 8:00: p.m. the Defense Supply Agency expects Wednesday, July 24
to reduce distribution costs Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00 p.m.'
Get up to $600 from HFC by $11 million annually.The .
The Defense Supply Agency expects KNOWLEDGE Knowledge can
Anytime you find yourself short of cash-that's a good to place 39.8 percent of its number of military supply be memorized. Wisdom must think
time to think of HFC. Household Finance. More serv Fiscal 1964 procurement program Items managed by the Defense things through. Arithmetic Teacher. -
icemen do...over 100,000,every year. May we help you? with small business firms. This Supply Agency has Increased from .
trill amount to $1.2 billion. 85,000 In January, 1962, to more

_. Gun 900,000 May 1. 1963. EYE-CATCHING array of awards '. I
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Ask about p o.24 u e rr, o r rrs o yr: chinist mate first class Alan D.

Credit LifeInsurance $100 5.93 729 10.07 18.48 Lundy, stops RAdm. Robert Gold-
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 thwaite, ComFoirJax, during NAS
300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 Jacksonville's annual Administrative
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Is Fourth Annual Winner
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Of the CNAT.chTra Admiral's PlaqueA



commanding officer's pred- By D.W.Warren, J03 The plaque is an annual award e .
iction came true recently when which may be retired by any 1.11 ++
the Naval Air Technical Training activity winning It three consecutive -

Unit here became the fourth annual Captain Allen signed his name, years.CPO r e.r .
winner of the Chief of Naval Air
then wrote, "Keep it polished.
Technical Training's "Admiral's We're coming after it./'*

Plaque". Recently, that prediction was
Captain H.D. Allen Naval'Air fulfilled when the annual award, Recalls

Technical Training Unit Com- given to the activity_,within the
manding Officer attended presentation Naval Air Technical Training
ceremonies for last year's Command demonstrating the Tour of Duty
winner at the Naval Air Technical greatest overall efficiency of operation -

Training Center, Glynco, Georgia, was awarded to the Naval
Inside RussiaIt
and was asked by the Naval Air Air Technical Training Unit,Jack-
Technical Training Center Glynco sonville by the Chief of Naval Air

Commanding Officer to sign a Technical Training, Rear Admiral was a long haul fromMoscow.
book.
guest J.C. Clifton. The only American on the trainan -
The winner is determined by Administrative American Navyman tried to
and Material Inspections Ignore the stares he got from the
EXPRESSWAY
held during the fiscal Russian passengers.He .
year, which runs from July 1 to shifted uncomfortably In his BEST IN NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAININC-Rear Admiral J.l
APARTMENTSNow June 30. The Administrative Inspection seat and pulled himself erect. In C. Clifton, (L) Chief of Naval Air Technical 1 raining, presents f
is a rigid examination of time, the long-awaited moment the "Admiral's Plaque" to Capt. H. D. Allen, Commanding
all methods and procedures came. Officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Jackson-
renting 2J4 Bedrooms employed by the activity as wellas "When the train crossed the ville. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by R. J. Bennett, PH2)).
Conveniently located to a close-up Inspection of Its per- Russian border Into Finland, II was

Downtown and HAS. soneL greatly relieved. It was like taking
The Material Inspection, whichIs Marine Sergeant Wins Honors As
FURNISH......$70.00 a breath of fresh air.
combined with the Administrative -
Telling of his exodus from the
UNFURNISHED..$55.00 Inspection, Is an examinationof Chief Dental TechnicianEarl
USSR was
material and equipment of the A. Carbo who recently retired NATTU Serviceman of the Month"Outstanding

activity. The two combine to give from naval service after 21 years
Cleo Davis a comprehensive picture of the active duty.Beginning. performance of his
r- ability of the activity to performits late in 1948, Carbo duties as Fiscal Clerk and Sub-
assigned tasks and to provide sequently Admlnistatlve Y
REALTORS-INSURORS served a year with the American Supply ',
588 S. EDGBWOODEV Information needed to suggest Embassy In Moscow. While there Clerk has won for a Marine Ser- ti f 1dW
changes.EVE he had the opportunity to studythe geant honors as "Serviceman of
4-6444 Russians and, he said "Theysure the Monthfor May at the Naval
studied me." Air Technical Training Unit.

But mostly the typical Russianon Sergeant James W. Kraus Jr.,
the street tended to shy away who is attached to the Marine 1 yyx,+
NON ON ANEW .n
from him. "They knew right away Aviation Detachment at Naval Air 999 *' 3i
I was an American by the cut of Technical Training Unit, was
SO'x 10' 2.BEImOOMMOBILE my civilian clothes. They'd detour named "Serviceman of the Month"by
around me without a word. Captain H.D. Allen, Naval Air
"Naturally they're curious about Technical Training Unit Com-
HOME! Americans," explained the chief. manding Officer In ceremonies '

"You can see it In their eyes. Wednesday, July 3. :: -
NOW ONLY But they've been told to be waryof According to a letter of commendation (
Americans. They're afraid to signed by Captain Allen, -i
approach you. Sergeant Kraus has completely revised -
55 "If I stepped into a restaurantfor the Issue and storage section

per a bite to eat I got the usual of consumable and expendableitems ,
stares. thereby greatly improving
"I spoke a little Russian, but appearance and Increasing ef- Sgt. James W. Kraus, Jr.
LOCALLY BUILT this didn't fool them. Soon,some- ficiency of operation.The .
FULLY FURNISHED one would make a silent motion commendation also read In Initiative Is a credit to this com-
TIRES an! WHEELS with his head and everyone seated part: mand and to the, Marine Corps."
eND "BOX"SAVE near me would get up and walk "He has demonstrated outstand- In addition to the letter of commendation -
4000 PHILIPS HIG AY away. ing qualities of responsibility, Initiative Sgt. Krause received a|
eON FREIGHT (U.S..I Just-S.Ah 01 Philips Highway"aa). "It was different," continued and integrity. He fully recognizes $25 U.S. Government Savings Bond I
CON MIDDLE-PHONE 359.5370 Carbo, "with some of the younger the great Importance of paid for from the Command's Welfare
THE MAN CHARGES DIFFERENCE S urrSatt 9 o.m. 9 p.m Russians, particularly Moscow an efficient office and the part it and Recreation Fund. He will
University students. plays in the overall function of also receive, for himself and his
"The students were full of command. To this end, he has de- family, a free day In historic St.
questions. They had a natural voted many of his off duty hours. Augustine of the St.
courtesy
GET AMISSILE curiosity about America that kept In addition he has found time to Augustine Chamber of Commerceand
me jumping tor answers. Mostof complete many correspondence the
the questions concerned our cultural courses which have further increased Jacksonville USO.
AGE DEAL! diffe ences. his value. His conduct and
"When I told them that most

1. ... Americans had cars, their own ORGIN-Deadline The term PEA ofTEMPERANCE.*
apartment or home, they refusedto "deadline" was first used at
NEW CARSSlowest believe It. But you saw the Andersonville Prison during the ...
Prices wheels turning in their heads. Civil War. It referred to a line
"I got the distinct which Union tfiftf
Impression prisoners were forbidden -
.Highest Trade-in Allowance ;
added Carbo, "that to &*
they were cross, according to the &
I\' I ;; .Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town hungry for the truth. But when Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical. f ..
:i, f you hit them between the with Mae .fjfeiwj
eyes Walker Sal of
USED CARS it, they are afraid." Business Education. !<3> 88
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JAX AIR I NEWS'
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7th Class of JANGos V Ij j I

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Graduates at HospitalThe \

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seventh class of JANGOs Commander Geraldine A. Houp, ?1- i iA r
(Junior Army, Navy Guild Organ Chief Nurse assisted by Lieutenant c
ization) graduates received caps at Commander Lilian B. Schoonover,
a ceremony at the Naval Hospital presented the caps to the new
Chapel Friday, July'12. JANGOs.
JANGO girls qualify for Other awards of chevrons and
graduation by completing 100 pins were presented to older mem-
hours of combined classroom and bers who were present to welcomethe
ward work In the nurses' aide new girls.
training. This particular class The Hospital organization voluntarily k r
began this past May. worked 14,000 hours since 11r
Captain J.M. Hanner, Naval the classes began In November of
Hospital Commanding Officer, 196LA
presented diplomas and Introduced reception In the Gator Den ..
Lieutenant Commander H.C. followed the presentations.The .
Irons, Chief of Urology, who was graduates were: Elizabeth
the principal speaker.Movies. Boniface, JacolynBroutlette,Bar-
bara Brown, Pamela Farris, SEVENTH CLASS OF JANG
(Junior
Army, Guild
J.Is. Stephanie Maulden, Linda Mc- pJetlng( 100 hours of combined classroom; Navy Organizations) receive caps after com-
and
Clure, work In Nurses Aide Training( to R front row)
Shirley Priest, and Alice Pam Farris I
,
Stephanie Maulden
Soester. Barbara Brown "dLlndaMcClur. (L to R back row) Alice So..t.r,
Shirley Priest, Elizabeth Boniface, and Jacolyn Bruuil.tt.. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by FAPL)
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; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- BLASTHIGH
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Thursday, July 18 9A.M.OPEN: PRICES !

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Hospital Rome Adventure

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. Alabama Jumps Part



Of Busy Summer ScheduleBy Guiding In -. Mass Jump _

Marc Whetstone, JOl

The sky has become a play- .x

ground today, and wherever
there's an air show there can x.. e
undoubtedly be seen a skydivingevent
on the program.
Jax Navy Sports Parachute Club
members have joined the demon-
stration fraternity and are kept
quite busy traveling throughout
Florida, Georgia, and more
recently in Alabama.
July 3-4 found 11 members of

the club in Birmingham,Ala.,per .
forming in conjuction with that ftittOT.nn ..;TT* >... t tiafmiammm

r- .. city's brations.Independence Day cele- Safely Down. "Let's Go Again". (Navy Photos by Robert R. Richards, AEC, Navy Recruiting)

Three Waves were Included In I

this number; Cherry and Gerry II ...-:,. .
McGraw ( twin sisters) and Sheila
Kavanaugh. The twins were not
eligible to participate in the I ARMED ORCES/
jumping since they have yet to
qualify. Sheila, did,bowever per- 'AD/0/ SERVICE .
form from altitudes of 12,000 and
4,500 feet. She has over 60 jumps ttS' JeWel

logged. 'e

Once again on July 27, the clubIs ....... 8 .
traveling to Homestead AFB \\ "Ii '
south of Miami where they will LJ ,.
conduct further demonstration .
jumps. SheilaNATHJ BRILLIANT DIAMOND

The scheduled attempt to break
the Florida State high altitude record ChiefCommissioned ENGAGEMENT SETS
this coming weekend has been

"postponed until July 28. Plans are Ex.tlm fCYtJg
for the jumpers to board a C-117 e/uH
aircraft, piloted by Jacksonville'sNavy :"'
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7t9' Nothing Down .
Officer Lieutenant LDO
Recruiting EnsignA *1t:OPINIONS EXPRESSED No InterestNo
Commander John C.Brown,
BY PTC WHITE, WERE HiscmN Carrying Charge
don oxygen gear and jump from a chief officer the Naval
petty at AND NOTNECE6SAR1LyIHOSEOF : Small payment each paydayat
height of 25,000 feet. This will Air Technical Training Unit has 1J.416 Sfp'f10N... '
be done at Whltehouse Field near
received a commission En-
as an Jim Warner Jeweler Inc."NJt'onw'ce" .
Cecil Field. The exact time of sign under the Navy's LDO ,
the descent with other '
together program.He 224 W..t Forsythr
highlight events coming up In the Is former Senior Chief New Antisub Patrol AircraftTo
I near future will be published in Aviation Electronics Technician
next week's Jax Air News. James G. Pruitt, who was com- Operate From Bermuda
missioned a Limited Duty Officerin Washington (AFPS) -The
Atlantic Fleet Subs Avionics in ceremonies July 2. Navy's newest antisubmarine pa
trol aircraft, the P-3A Orion, will
A former Instructor InNATTU's operate from Kindley AFB, Ber-
Win 22 'E' Awards Aviation Electrician's Mate muda, beginning this summer. --- .(
School, Ens. Pruitt will attend theeightweek DOD said that, by basing a ..
Aviation Officer's P-3A detachment in Bermuda, the .... .t
i;,*- submarines Indoctrination .-
Twenty-two two Navy's capability for ocean surveillance -
submarine tenders and three sub- Course at NAS and detection of sub- .. -
marine rescue ships of the U.S. Pensacola in August. marines will be extended. -- -
Atlantic Fleet Submarine Force Ens. Pruitt was Captain of The Orion became operational
in August 1962 and
combines the .
have been selected to receive the NATTU's Pistol Team which latest improved equipment for -
coveted Navy "E" for efficiency.Vice placed second In Chief Naval search, detection and destructionof r
Adm. E.W. Grenfell, USN, Technical Training matches heldat enemy submarines.LET'S II
Commander Submarine Force, Memphis in May. LOOK FOR MOBILE HOMES BY .
U.S. Alantic Fleet, in announcingthe -
awards stated, "fiscal year .
1963 has been seen a maximum .
contribution of trained and moti- -

vated manpower to the continuing -
unprecedented build-up of the sub- From
marine forces by all units in the .+I ..
TONIGHT!
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loss of the Thresher. -
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Navy Cdr. 28 Civilian Employees ,



AwardedArmy Get Benny Suggs ChecksTwentyeight I



MedalA civilian employees were presented with beneflcal sug- ;

gestion awards recently. The checks totaling $740 went to four departments -

retired Navy Commander, :_ O&R, Supply Department, Security Department and
industrial Department.
Walter M. Brobston has receivedthe Delations
Army Commendation Medal The largest award ($125)) was 0& R} $20-Michael Ceballos Jr.,

from Colonel Eugene H. Walter presented to and Doyle C. Carter, 0& R; $20-
overhaul and Repair Department Peter D. Mitchell, Jr. and RobertM.
newly assigned commanding for the of
suggestion a 'puller"
Reel. O&R; $20-Charles W.
officer of the Florida Sector Retainer
designed to remove
Butts and William R. Stuckey,
Command here. K371369 clutches The tool
(HOK )
O&R $15-Joseph J. Summers,
The award was presented to Cdr. ;
is so designed that it fits in the
Brobston on behalf of the Secretaryof cone seat of the main rotor hub Jr., O&RUS-EugeneT.; Austin
O&R $15-Othel R. Grace O&R;
the Army in a ceremony held and by turning the center through ;
in Building 467, headquarters of bolt, gently backs out the retainer. $15-James A. Godfrey O&R;
the Florida Sector Command.The The use of this tool has eliminated 515-Hugh C. Ward, O&R; $IS-
retired officer won the the damage foremerly sustained by Michael Ceballos O&R; $15-

d F award while serving as a Navy Liaison the seal assemble, "0"* rings and ludwig A. Nowotny, O&R; US-
1 Officer with the Army transfer hub. Raymond K. Reinhardt, O&R;
r V a Transportation Research Com- Other cash award winners were: $15Mary H. Selby Industrial

mand, Ft. Eustis, Va. from March $50George Kasnias, 0& R; $50- Relations Department.
Col. Eugene H. Walter, CO of the Florida Sector Command con- 1961 to January 1963. He is Michael N. Gilhooly, Supply; $35- Ancient City
gratulates retired Navy Commander Walter M. Brobston after presenting credited with having obtained rec- Edmond E. Chitty, O & R; $35-
him with the Army Commendation Medal.(Army Photo) ognition of HEAP (Helicopter Extended Tulmon S. Cantrell, O&R; $35-
Army Platform) and was Charles F. Keller, 0 & R ; $35- Plans USODanceParty
Instrumental in the adoption in the James E. McCune and Sheldon J.

Navy of a concept and equipment Carter, O&R; $25-Robert 1..
developed by the Army. He was Williams, O&R $25-Louis F.
d ;
Complete The St. Augustine USO, locatedat
cited also, for obtaining essential! Hysmith, J.
Security; $25-Anthony
trials 63 St. George Street in St.
Navy support for Pacific sea Lukaszewski, 0& R; $2S-Rolando
Coverage! Augustine, will hold a special
of LARC 15 and transport for the Trlozzi, 0& R; $20-Michael Tkac
d dd opening night dance Saturday, July
a Army Swamp Fox exercise, con- and William W. Hicks, O&R;$20-
6 20, from 7:30-10:30 accord-
ducted in Panama. p.m.
AUTO LIABILITY Johnny P. Todd and Michael Tkac,
d Ing to USO Committee Chairman
( FIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS James Teuton.
Music will be furnished by a
CASUALTY LIFE well known rock-n-roll group.

Law Down Payments. c: Also, the newly formed Junior Vol-
Easy Monthly Payments unteers Corp. will present its new
Representing Military Underwriters members to the group. The volunteer -
D who has put in the most
AUTO INSURANCE FOR hours during the past month will
be elected "Girl of the Month"
MILITARY PERSONNEL
and will be presented with aCrftwn

Business: 388-3583 Home: RA 4-3249 and Corsage in honor of the oc-
casion.
Dances will beheld every Fridayand
Saturday night at the oldest
1\ city's USO from 7:30-10:30: p.m.
On Sunday evenings there will be

& song fests conducted by Mrs.
Evelyn Chairs.
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METALSMITH Dominic Commisso of the O&R Pro-

cess Division receives a superior accomplishment award from

Overhaul and Repair Officer Capt. R.H. Fagan in recognition of' WESTSIDE
his work in the establishment of a Glass Inspection Board. This

Board, through inspection and evaluation of plastic and glass
panels in helicopter aircraft, has appreciably reduced the former
100 percent replacement rate for the panels. (Official U.S. Navy

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Up For Sale


I The 1963 white Chrysler Newport convertible used by the NARTU

Jax Officer Procurement team Is UD for sale.

FLY NAVY) In January of this year each toiquefllte auto 3-speed trans-

station In the Naval Air Reserve mission, safety belts, tinted glass,
Training Command received one and outside remote control mirror

[.f, of these convertibles through the and antenna... and drives like a

r" .", ,' courtesy of the Navy League of dream. All markings on the car
.. .'c. .11: < ...",.'
>r"" the United States on a loan basisto are decals and will be removed

TOO OLD..NOWSeven months ago this sleek go-mobile was In her prime. Now she must be dis- Officer bolster the Naval Aviation prior to delivery to the new owner.
Programs.To The original list price (In January -
charged. But she'll go with pride, having spent her time in service honorably. However, anyone make way for the 1964 1963 This
wishing to take her home will have with "cash" ticket. Chief Rose YN1 was $4,251.25.
to come up a $2,850 or ] models, the Navy League has authorized -
be purchased for $2
car can
Moore of NARTU's Information and Recruiting Ext. 268-361, can give you her address. (OfficialU. the officersto only ,
commanding 850 first cash basis.
S. Photo on a come
Navy ).
make the 1963 models avail-
__ The new owner will also receive
able to prospective buyers in the the written 5-year warranty by

Serious Boating Accidents local command. the Chrysler Corporation.

This convertible has been used Delivery date for this beautiful

for only seven months, has received convertible will be September 4.

Make Headlines Regularly excellent maintenance and Interested persons should contact

has approximately 16,000 miles. It Chief Rose or Moore,YN1, NARTU

erious boating accidents are a big reason for the increase in mentals of small-craft safety. Is equipped with radio, heater, Information & Recruiting Depart-

making headlines with that to Coast Guardsman : power brakes and steering ment, Ext. 268-36L
grim reguwater tragedies is too many According one
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larity. pleasure sailors are weighing an- "Lots of Sunday sailors have .
'
The U. S. Coast Guard reports chor before they learn the funda- the idea that sailing a boat is t::': !( ': i"{; .

the same as driving an automo- <,* '. -
> ,
I" bile. When something happens and t"

JUST BEGINNING? ey find they can't pull over to >I ',*, ,,;''''
the side of the road, they panic. ,, )
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Another reason seems to be that !
.......---vrf1 boating for many Is strictly a week- ./

end recreation.The moment the fun '
\ seekers are piped aboard the good- -r

time feeling takes over, often at ;

,,1i < the expense of common sense.

f Here are three reports from
Coast Guard files which representthe SEAPLANE ON STILTS?-A PBM5 flying boat tin on vertical float

most common water accidents: during a tett. General Dynamic It trying to develop a liable platform

Six persons on river voyage In at tea for the Naty't ute in anti-tubmarine warfare. The test floats,

15-foot out board boat. Boat over- which are 40 feet long, could be made to retract under the fuselage

loaded. No life jackets on board. during flight, then be petitioned after landing.
Wave broke over the bow. Thosein

front rushed toward stern. Water '
I' nI poured into overloaded stern.Boat

I / g 4s 4 sank. Four persons drowned. wzm \O m\\!

A'I YI Port gasoline fuel tank had deteriorated -

vent pipe, permittingvapor The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the Jax Air News, is
and overflow to drain Into offering a $5.00'prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to
bilge. When engine started before this weeks crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200,

ventilating bilge, fumes exploded.Two each Saturday following publication. The winner will be announcedin
i thrown overboard.One next week's issue of the Jax Air News. Entries must be sen,
occupants to the Holt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville
drowned other died of
burns. 8, Fla.
Casualty alone In 14-foot out-
ACROSS 7-Sallor SAGAS ASS E IT .
board. Operating at high speeds (colloq.1 )
1-Tear 8-Slugglsh TAL E NT. RHO DES
with son In tow on water skis.
-Prepares for 1I." xpert Quail. R H EA. N A
Said casualty made sharp turn print 10-Unlt of SON. PIE I T y pIA
which threw him from boat. Driverless 12-Fuss 9-A month Siamesecurrency ( S ,IDLE R A a F
."" craft turned full circle, U-Essentlal ,11-Affirmative S NAP P E D. T I IRE S
14-Devoured' IC-Scottish skirt .
BEE S. CAP E
f missed boy on skis but struck casualty 15-Monltor IB-Roman .
: HSBQQ .rasaasna
who then sank. Life jacket 17-Cooks oven In :! bronse20The sun aaaa. H E LEN).an
would have kept him afloat. 19Rulers21Damp 22Muslcaldrama saa.naaaa. iru E
I ORRETIRING There's little doubt the numberof mm.oauan I .anna I .
22-Clty inRussia % -)Iore unusual
boating accidents will rise this 2Carpenter's24Dawn D E MAN t>.aaataaa
? .
tool .aaans.aaaaa
) year, say federal and state officials. goddess 27-Wash lightly Answer to Previous Puzzle
1 The reason Isn't that pri- 26Slave298eparatrs 28-Insert surreptitiously
41-Bank Policeman
vate sailors are growing more 11-Fall behind33Hpanlsh 30-Oftiprlng employee (slang)
rq careless, It's simply the numberof for 32-b'emale 43-Kcottlsh cap DS-Glrl's name
"river"54Teutonlr (colloq.) 45-Rubber on 67Obstruct69Macaw
inexperienced boat owners is pencil
r :36-TltJe ofrespect
growing. At last count there were 35-Dlstress deity 9rysignal e 111 60-Llmb

more than seven million pleasure 38-Lavlshes C2-Tlssu 63-Rlver In
7-Small lump fondness on 64-Death rattle Italy
craft In the United
States every 39-8ymbol for

; l lI lf thing from $60 canoes$100,000- 40-Hoalc nickel I 2 3 4 J 6 7 t 9 10 11
!+J irilr; plus cabin cruisers. Boating Is the It-Insect rffir
fastest 44-Clayey earth 12 13 14
growing summer recre-
4-Reglon
I f !tj'llf I lfji lulri rJrfj ation next to beer drinking. Allowance 48-Hurried 13 16 00 17 II
Paralleling this growth Is the for waste
!'r7, i' rJj. !+i jilrj+7+r 1, rltrlfl.! +:f'r+flrr, development of safety accessories SllllumlnatedClPeloponnmus 00<: 19 20 XX> 21 <
ri l1 (((! ( /l ll(f(r+// !? :fl r rr > ) < QS
riff! !i /%/ +,l+t liIIJrl.1' which give summer sailors a fight- 55-Halled 22 23 24 2J 000 26 27 21
ing chance of being around to talk Dependent I S (
l. .
lf t'j'+tf!! 61-Poem ...
boating during the winter dry dock 63-Part 01'" 30 QS 31 32 U

f season.In 64-Jacket efore 34 QS ( U 36 37 38 ) ( 39
addition to life rings, Rotation CS-Kquality XXc I 00
jackets and fire extinguisher 66-Soap plant 40 41 S 2 42 43 44 45Ulitr.
if
67-Tattered
4 >OOc:
}
which are required on board In cloth -
"j'I 46 47 000 41 49 >QQ< .
' II most states and by all off-shore- DOWN Q99 : :

'I I .> ... sailors-.there are technical devices -,' l-Male sh'ef'.n ,52 m,53 34 ;:gg:

designed to prevent mis?!:' 2-Mountnln In SS ,56 S7 S
Crete 39 60
!: :
haps.
THE BEST BOYBELLAIR 3.Holt
Special fuel lines, ventilating I fattened her 61 62 63 64
fans, automatic shut-off valves food Q
[ backfire flame arrestors for car- 4-Smooth 6J S: 66 61
5-Funeral
buretors and specially Insulated tuna .
6-Pronoun by United Feature Syndicate. ftC:. bIn
electrical circuits are only a few.

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Commendation Medal AuthorizedFor JFK Names 31



Joint \Staff Activity Personnel To Receive New ORAHGEPARK


Washington (AFPS-The Department of Defense has an-

nounced the establishment of a Joint Service CommendationMedal Medal of FreedomWashington [STONE DAY CAMPFOR

which will be awarded in recognition of outstanding (AFPS) President;

performances of duty and meritorious achievements by mem- Kennedy marked the nation's Independence PLOYS AND GIRLS 6 to 14

bers of the Armed Forces assigned to joint staffs and other anniversary by naming
joint activities. 31 persons to receive the new (Transportation And Lunch $12 50

The medal, to .be awarded in Presidential Medal of Freedom.The Fnrlihr PER WEEK.
:
the name of the Secretary of De- IIr,j awards will be presentedat RAGE I Call

fense, is the first' which unified a White House ceremony in PARK C04:9996 OTHER AREAS EV40546EjTtMuTOSEfMeE
commanders can award without September.

going through Service channels. Those to be honored include I

The Joint Service Commen- 4IIH statesman, diplomats, educators,
dation consists of four conjoined
musicians, authors scientists -
,
hexagons of green enamel, anda
gold eagle with outspread civic leaders and a former i I
wings grasping in Its talons Supreme Court Justice. \\ ]

three gold arrows. It is toppedby The new medal, the highest
13 gold stars with a gold civilian honor that Presidentcan "IF II I
base representing land, sea and a I IT CAN BE DONE, WE'LL DO ITI"
bestow in ,
peacetime, was '
air, all within a gold circular .
laurel wreath bound with gold established by Executive Order r Tune up & electrical service. I
bands. last February to reward annually I t u M .with latest sun equipment. I

The medal will be accompaniedby those who contribute Volkswagen service.
a certificate bearing the name significantly to the quality of "Just change the t Automatic Transmission J I
of the recipient and details of the American life. I rubber band In the CDCE Voltage Regulator Check

award. The ribbon for the medalis It replaces the Medal of Free- motor." with This Ad.
colored blue, green and white.
dom, which was established in
Authority to award the medal
1945 and was awarded for per- .
has been delegated to the Deputy
Secretary of Defense, Chairmanof formance of a meritorious act 409 CAMBKlOGlB RD t (CHIEF HEATH EV

the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Di- R or service in the interest of
rector of Defense Supply Agency, the security of the United States.
Director of National Security
Agency, and Commanders-in- Joint Srrticf Commendation Medal .
Chief Commands.of unified and specified the ONE place to


Any member of the Armed call for
Forces who distinguishes himselfby
meritorious achievement or
service while serving in any specified
joint activity after Jan 1,
1963, is eligible for the new !l9ftYPhone
award.
Ads should I.selled& ( to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd. Drive, ;
Further authority may be delegated Jockionvlllo e. Florida/ to arrive not Iota thon Tuotday !for publU
only in, wartime and then cation the following tburtdoy.Ms arriving too lot for this deadline
only at the direction of the Sec- will 1 ko publish the following week unless the publisher Is ,In. Beneficial! Get cash double fast for any good rea
retary of Defense. Details are structod othrwlso. A ch.ck or money order for the full cost of the
son furloughs, bills, -name-it! And get
available in DOD Directive ad must be r.c.lv.d WITH the copy for the ode DO NOT SEND CASH. expenses you
1348.14. Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate

Cash Loan Service at affiliated Beneficial office '.
RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00 any any
where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes! Call now!
Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35

...
Coffee in ExchangesStill BENEFICIALFINANCE
FOR SALE -' Ortega Hills, 1 mi. HANDY PERSONAL SERVICE-
Costs a Nickel from NAS, 3 BR, 11/2 bath, fenced COST PLUS lOfo NAME BRAND SYSTEM

back yard, shade trees. $500 Range, Refrig AirCond, TV,
Armed Forces food service No Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
out- down, $85 mo. FHA. 5120 Oak- Stero, Laundry, Etc. Terms
lets are among the few places left side Drive. 384-1389 Sales Nuisance For Quote Phone JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
311 St. . 3-4473
where five-cent of coffee 7311 West Bay Mayflower Hotel. ELgin
Box
a cup can Mercedes Benz. Write UPS
FOR SALE 1962 356-5892 or .
5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). EV 4.4595
be bought, according to James 190 D (Diesel) 4-door sedan. Jax 10.RIDE 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). PO 5.2623
Weir, Chief of the Food Branch Bucket radio (AM & FM).
seats, WANTED 5334 Appleton to ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
Services Div., Hq., Army and Air 35 miles/gal. Price: $3,300. NAS, 0730-1600 or will join car Town & Country Shopping Center . . RA 4.7910
Force Exchange Service. CAPT ALLEN NAS Ext. 719 pool Warrick Ext. 725 or 387- SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
3436 . 8.1515
Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza EX
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Pool
FURNISHED APT. privileges 7343.

Pekinese pups for sale Herschel, 3859 4 rms and bath.

SP 1-1106 5934 Wesconnett Blvd. Yard, porch, garage, electricity.

PostOfficeTestingLuminescent LET ME SHOW YOU how you can $70 per mo. EV 7-1950
NOW!
Ink be in business for yourself withan
FOR SALE Polorold 80A Land
of
income potential $1000 per

For Sorting Mail month investment the first of under year $100.on an initial Early lenses.Camera,Sacrifice flash unit- $50.00., wink Phone light, ONE-WAY FURLOUGH FARESFOR

Washington (AFPS) The retirement possible. Training and H.B. Colby, NAS ext. 482.

U. S. Post Office has an- guidance given. Husband and wife 4410 Wabash Avenue. Two bed- EXAMPLE: .
box
can work together. Write P.O.
nounced a new electronic sort- room bungalow clean kitchen
Box 7024, J ax. 10.
ing device to speed airmail equipped washer connections JACKSONVILLETO
up
HOUSE FOR SALE Lg. 4 BR, fenced back yard available August1st

service. 2 B, Sunken LR, DR, Bit in Kit, located behind Roosevelt Mall
Field tests of the new device, & Washer fenced back &
in which a luminescent ink will Dlsp $70.00 call FL 9-4168 or EV 9-
be overprinted on airmail stamps, Garage. 4351 Rainer Rd. 8901
will begin August 1, in Dayton, EXCELLENT BUY For Boating NEW YORK 22,20WASHINGTON
Ohio. lifetime FOR SALE Olds F-85 1961 2
enthusiast a 15.ft. Fibre
An extractor identifies and au-. glass run-*bout with Visor- door sedan white, new tires, RandH
tomatically sorts into 'a specialbin Air Cond. clean $350 and assume -
all envelopes carrying airmail Electric Starter-Automatic Bail 5001 Dr. 19.05
stamps or stickers imprinted with er. A '81 Motor and a Tilt Trailer. payments Romilly
the new phosphorescent tagging Will sell complete for$400.00 Call E. SP 1-5158


inks.A small black box added to HOUSE 388-3028.FOR RENT Ortega Hills $68. per mo. only $100 dn. -

the photo electric cancelling 3-bedroom, den. $100.00 EV 4- buys this 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath home o Advance Reservations For Information and
machine separates specially- 7138 eqpd. with Range & Ref. Conv. to Available. Reservation
treated airmail stamps at an NAS and Cecil 355-2631, Service
HELP WANTED Part time, Top
of 30,000
estimated rate per
hour. Hog B-B-Que, 6479 Roosevelt Realty Bkr. e Travel Any Day CALL ELgin $.1244

and do Blvd. Ed Moore RA 5-1998.
The inks are harmless BOAT FOR SALE FiberglassCabin e150 Ibs. checked baggage Atlantic.Coast Line Railroad
not change the appearance or SALE Officers dress blues '
FOR Cruiser with trailer and 50
color of the stamps. allowance, plus baggage 500 Water Street
and Khakis, size 44 long. Also HP engine. Length 19 ft., 2 bunks
Postmaster General J. Edward you wish to carry. Jacksonville, Fla.
Day stated that the device would Service cap size 7 and 3/8. 4450 head and sink. Ski equipmentladder -

save considerable time in the James Road. life preservers, spare anchor -

dispatch of airmail. Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon? spare tanks, canvas cover
If the field tests are successful Considering a govt. civil service and other Incidentals Included. "Thanis! for using Coast Line"JULY
will be
all M I
eventually stamps position? For information call Price: $1,900. CAPT ALLEN,
phosphor-tagged.
398-6786 or 771-6187 after 5P.M. NAS Ext. 719. wd..

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Softball Notice


MilE.
A double elimination Softball
tournament is scheduled for July 1
I 22-26 at NAS Jax for any unit .......r '.. D
of Fleet Jacksonville,or Fleet Y YOUR NEW HOME
Air Detachments.

Rosters are to be made up ofa I
maximum number of 19 persons ISA
including coaches and managers.
All team members must be from

I one unit or squadron.For RESALEVALUEPROTECTED
further information contact
Bob Ohl, JOGS at ComFairJax
Service Information Office (Bldg. INVESTMENT!
1, Room 219, Ext.592)).


Top intramural Softball talent Preferred Area
from several Station activities / Maintenance*Free Quality Construction

expected to band together, again ttJ / Low Price and Monthly PaymentsIn

this week-end to take on a Rob- ,,)
bins AFB team at EnterpriseField. if}
,
Westwood you get all three .
< :
; Frank McCaffrey, the team a:
manager said, "there will be two U .,.'" ';'
( double headers." The first of two \ ;W' r" fl 3 & 4 Bedrooms, 1, W & 2 Baths
':
.,
will 2 OO-FHA.VA
games Saturday begin at p.m. $10,950.$12.t Terms
and Sunday games commence at ', : : ;, ,.-: Only 63.79 Month
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7p.m. / t.: \' 'f. '
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Blood : _
Navy ,
THAT PROMOTION SMILE-Lt. Milton T. Hurst flashes a radiant The "MIRACU Mill"
of his ardent his wife Marlon and
smile to two most supporters of NEW MAINTENANCE.FREE QUALITY HOMES
Bank Aided daughter, Gay Georgetta. Lt. Hurst first enlisted in the Navy In

December 1939, was promoted from AECS to Lt. (|lg) in December By HOWARD and DAVIE COMPANYJust
1960 and again to Lt. June 21,1963. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by off 103rd St.

Mayport, Fla/ --A: Ron Gardner PH2)).,. 1 Mile West of Blanding Blvd.
seaman assigned here to the tug '
office was at the Mayport Dispen- The woman who henpecks her Register Now For Fall
sary recently to volunteer blood. husband is likely to find him
He was asked his name. listening to another chicken. -The Cecil Kindergarten
"Guess," the seaman answered. Harrodsburg (KY) Herald. EDUCATION If learning is for
Just as the medical clerk was living, and if education makes the
ready to belt him with a pint of Registration Is now being held out.A man, we must Instruct our youthin
qualified teacher is
"0" Positive, our hero volunteered for the fall term of the NAS highly seven R's Readin'. 'Rltln',
cousin, who is also on duty at the under contract and the classwin
the Information that "Guess"was Cecil Field Kindergarden. Tuitionof Rithmetlc, Reasoning, Respon-
be restricted to a maximum of
really his name--Billy Guess. tug office. $13.50 a month Includes reg- sibility, Resourcefulness and Re-
25
The clerk placed the "0" Posi- The Guesses have experiencedliteral istration and supply fees. Thereare youngsters. alization. Eugene P. Bertin,
Persons interested call
tive back on a table, processed blasts ever since boot campat no extra charges,It was pointed may Pennsylvania School Jnl.JACKSONVILLE'S .
389- 033 for further information.
Billy Guess, and then queried the San Diego, 18 months ago. They
'I' next volunteer as to his name. drew extra detail at San Diego -- -------
before they had a chance to ex-
"Guess the distinct
I came an-
swer. plain. LOWEST .PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN

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the level, guess again I The second Navy a career?
Guess first One Guess is as good as another.
was Bobby, Billy's
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ARE per gallon of gas
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VP.30 BOMBER, Julian Lewis, poles one out against NARTU. HOSPITAL TAKES THE LEAD, in the first two nights of play defeating: Ordnanc. and NARTU
The effort was futile, however, as they lost the game. Umpire in the NAS Intramural Softball Play.Offs. (Official U. S. N avy Photo by Ron CordnerPH2)).
Cleve Akey and Donnie Oliver follow the action. (Official U. S.

Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).


SENSATIONAL



HONDA.THE -


Hospital' Wins Two ;



Ordnance EliminatedBy



Leon Dulin, J03
'" '
The NAS Intramural Softball Play-Offs literally got off to a "swing-

ing" start Thursday, July 11 at Enterprise Field as NARTU, VP-30

DREAM THE CUB Hospital,and Ordnance softball teams began first night's play to deter-

mine an NAS Champion.The .
to score Larry Frabitore who had
.$675 FULL PRICE $279 FULL PRICE rough, tough Hospital team earlier singled and had gone to
$125 DOWN, $42 PER MO.$40 DOWN $23 PER MO. proceeded with the same seasonal third on two wild pitches.
ELECTRIC STARTER4.STROKE OH) NO OIL MIX ruggedness that earned them their The second ball game,Thursday!

'MORE THAN 100 M.P.H.FULLY ENCLOSED CHAIN league championship, to sweep night, between Hospital and
.100 MILES PER GALLON MORE THAN 200 M.P.G. their first two games with NARTU Ordnance was filled with Ordnance

BUDDY SEAT, REAR PEGS BUDDY SEAT REAR PEGS and Ordnance and earnthemselves errors and antics that gave
a "ducky" standing by the end of
BANK FINANCING Hospital it's original tournamentwin.
Friday night. Bernie Haugh the Hospital
What this amounted to, in the but all
shortstop struck out went
double elimination tournament, the *ray around the Bases when an
INTEENATIONAI was that everyone except the Ordnance catcher dropped the ball,
had lost at least one
corpsmen and
first
overthrew was duplicated
game and Ordnance had already while all
MOTOR MART twice more Haugh came
been eliminated by losing on
the way. The fact that Jim Dwig-
Thursday and Friday nights to gins pitched a no-hitter for the
and VP-30. With but three
Hospital
the
winners had a little bearing on
1Q38 Kino* Ave. 1037 Hendrlcks Ave. 398.3418 games at the most and two at the game also.
OPEN EVENINGS least, remaining in the tourna- Again the second night Dr. J.W.
ment, Hospital would play the win-
Bickerstaff and his Hospital team
ner. If they lost, it would require met to defeat NARTU 4-1 In the
another game between the same
night's opener.
__'- Serving: two as they would then each havea Hospital scored first on single.;:'

iE.1i I II41 previous loss. by Eddie Peak who drove In Jim
J Results of the VP-30 and NARTU
I' Dwigglns already on base on a ,
us--aCIL FIELD ball game were unavailable at '
;, later the
'" THE SACRIFICE THAT PAID. single. They capped game
\" press time however. when Bernie Haugh hit a two run
and the Ron Eullenfield of NARTU hit The opener, Thursday night,wasa ,
homer In the fourth Inning and.,
the sacrifice fly that brought thriller, witnessed by a capacity
\1 MflTWBT Rudd in Ed
YOUR Jerry singled to bring
,, Larry Frabitore home with the crowd. NARTU defeated VP-30 McDonough for the fourth Hospital*
that beat VP30. (OfficialU.S.
AREA run 10.Rod run. NARTU's only score came Inj;|
MOBILE HOMEO& Photo by Ron GardnerPH2)) Eullenfield got credit for the the bottom of the seventh when Earl 1
when he hit sacrifice
RBI a fly
I\\ Leach got a Texas League sin-
L gle and was driven In by a Harry!

FROM ( \\ 4 Clark single. I
Ordnance dropped the nightcap:
'
N01TI FLOIIDA'S\ \O\t. SAY Friday to VP-30 9-5. Despite an,
Ordnance lead and ,
early 4-0 good
LAMEST \. pitching the ordnancemen hit a
& 1SUM' tough luck streak and by the top
HOME1\ 't\\ % ) of the seventh inning VP-30 had
MOBILE
gained a 5-5 tie and continuedthe
rout Tor the final decision.
DEALER REGALAR Once the ball began flying for

VP-30, they rolled on for the win I

"*W, TroJ. Anything from Blllygoats yo Botyfeifcip1NT. behind the key hits Julian Lewis, :
Charlie Snow and Bob Barrett. i

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I Shooters Enroute To Bowling Notice"An Cecil M\ To Be Host FIr


t'' organizational intramural


,t 1 t Nationals/ / At Perry 9:30 the bowling NAS a.m.meeting Athletic Wednesday will Office, be July(Bldg.held 24 in 3.at District Tenn taint .


By Marc Whetstone, J01 Ext. 585))," Frank McCaffrey,
Station Athletic Director an- By Ri chard P. Anthony J03 .
i Qualifying for the All-Navy Rifle and Pistol Teams Is Indeed an nounced. Preparation have started at NAS over the Southeast will be on hand
honor. But coupled with the pride shouts and happiness goes exhausting New Intramural bowling leagueswill Cecil Field for the Sixth Naval for the single elimination competi-

work..and plenty- of it. r likely begin In early August. District Tennis Tournament, to be tion.One
This can be attested by the 71 demonstrated by this unique corps. held on the master jet base courts of the favorites In the
All-Navy representatives who are Through rain and shine they continued July 22-25. tournament will be Dick Gaskill
preparing for the U.S. National to fire.Testifying FJa here, Atlanta, Ga., Jacksonvilleand Top Navy tennis players from all of Attack Squadron 44, last year's

Championships which begin two to this is the Impres- Donald at 1.NAS.Hamilton ADR2 of So. marksmen instructor and local All-Navy champion and a semifinalist -
,
weeks from today at Camp Perry, sive number of rounds of ammunition Weymouth, Mass., Atlantic All-Navy representative, Virgil In [the Jacksonville
top
Ohio. the ptstolmen and rifle- Invitatlonals at Boone Park last
Fleet shooter the Placid, ADCS, is making his third
pistol
won
Leaving NAS this week, the men have sent through the tar- three-gun honors in Orlando's trip to Camp Perry. "I've Deen month. [ t
pistol team will compete in a prenational gets. As of last Monday, the side- aggregate the line There will beithree: divisions in
match by a score of 2631 watching exceptionally
l match at Camp Lejuene, arm shooters had fired 69,000 45 this relates the the tournament--men's open,
close ,
of 2700. This followed year
N.C., this weekend and another' caliber rounds, 99,000 22 caliber' out was men's senior and women's.. The
shot "and I
match Canton Ohio 2728.: ., 'and'' .by the pistol team's participationin distinguished pistol ,
at July 49,000 rounds of 38 caliber fineteams..worthy top competitors In each division
can honestly we have two
Since the results of the All- ammunition. During this same the Georgia State Champion- say will move on to the South Atlantic
of the
Navy competition were announcedon period the hi-power riflemen have ships at Atlintla which also drew National winning" Regional Tournament at Bain-
Championships.
June 21, the 31 pistol and 40 expended 48,000 M1 rounds, mak- the big'teams'from the Army and bridge, Md.
rifle marksmen' have been on the ing, a total of 265,000 rounds aim- the Air Force. Here Hamilton was NAS Jax entries are. LeonDulin,
firing line from sunup to sundown 'ed at bringing the national laurels outfired by his last year's Camp Sarge Flys SlQi Dean Beebe, Band; and David:

seven days a week, sharpening within the relm.of the Navy.In Perry contender, Army SergeantBill Cox, VAP-62; and Leon Wilson
their sights, steadying their hands addition to the hours of Blankenship who fired a 2658 VA-15.
I'I and the Bland- out of 2700. Hamilton and Blanken-
nerves. practice spent at Camp
Erratic weather such as North- ing rifle range and the NAS Jax ship tied in scoring for the national Model PlaneBy This year Is the first time Cecil

east Florida has been enduring the pistol range, the marksmen have pistol honors In 1962,but theArmy Field has been host for a district
I past three weeks hasn't Inter- participated in several local and shooter won the championship by Ron Gardner, PH2 tennis tournament. Last year the
erred with the MUST DO spirit regional matches; at Orlando, 12 bullseyes. Taking to the air can even be station was the site of the Sixth
Hamilton did, however, amass fun on the ground. At least it Is Naval District bowling and golf
the highest score of a match held for Marine Sergeant Carl Lamey, tourneys.
July 7 7 at the Jacksonville Police assigned to MARTD Operations.
Pistol Range, winning first place Getting In the air and still remaining -
with a three-gun tally of 2633. on the ground Is one of would appear quite expensive
MACKLE Another significant occurance the sergeant's hobbles, flying however, the total cost was approximately -
took place during the Police model airplanes.To $52, with the plane
Matches when NAS Cecil Field's him, it has become an Increasing costing $17 and the radio control
J.C. Nixon TD2, joined the "2620 challenge to put the small equipment costing $35.
Club" by firing a score of 2622. engine aircraft aloft. "It took me about four' monthsto
To date, only six Navy shooters The nine-year Marine veteran build the Falcon as I call It,"
POINTS THE WAY
have managed to surpass the 2620 has been building model airplanesfor says the Marine hobbyist. So far
t ''f mark, Nixon being the latest. For three years and during this he has flow It five times at
WITH 1957 this accomplishment he will receive time has flown over thirty different Switzerland Air Field, located
a special award from the models. outh of the Naval Air Station.

FLORIDAUNO Chief of Naval Personnel. His newest creation Is a plane He purchased most of the
This year the National Matches with a wing span of 56 Inches, materials from the Station Hobby
PRICES! will be led off with the pistol a length of 43 inches and a weightof Shop, which is equipped to handle
firings August 2-10. The small- two and a half pounds.He maneu- many hobby needs.

-rw AT t excmNQ bore.22 rifle matches will be held vers the plane by means of an

HACKLE- BUILT from August 11-16 followed by electronic transmitter and radio $10,000 Fish
control receiver other than the
the hl-power rifle competitionfrom ,
I August 18 through September "more popular "you control type,"
I i DettanaIN L which has guide lines attached to Still Waiting

NAS Jacksonville's small arms the aircraft.A .
Awards have totaled $35,140 In
plane equipped such as this
the Schlitz 1963 Florida
THE LAND OF THREE SEASONS! Fishing
Derby, and there is still a stringof
Hors U your opportunity' to Invttt !bi "orld,', fishing days left for the der-
newest' and mow Melting dmlopmont, Created
Brother DoltoM by to run In central Florida
wee
scIentifcallruades
lid for powthl It U (through July 31)) and North Flori-
located and Ins
on\ MW U.S. Interstate f4
GOLDEN true area of progriitl Homailtai are Mlllni dathrough( August 31)).
now will below markat valual Dent" miss the Local recent prizewinners
wereJ.
TRIANGLE / boat! tot oil till facto nowlFLORIDA'S
B. Free, 1619 Elizabeth St.,
00 PT. 1128 FT, HOME- af Jacksonville and Joseph Griffin,
DAYTONA SITES IICL CENTRAL *1095 1 Palatka. Each caught a fish worth
a WATER MAIN AS LOW $1,000. Free caught a sand shark
t 11116 PEl MONTH In the Atlantic near Mayport while
NA Griffin caught a red breast in the
$10 STARTS YOU ON YOUR WAY Y St. John's River.
TO OWNERSHIP
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Includes fuarantndw slop. Interest where the derby closed May 31,
rate of 5%
onuwo per annum.
has the largest total awards to
(limited number of oversize standard
COCOA date -- $11,495, but is already beIng -
homtsltis available on a first-cam, first.
tagfrM>In*,>tt HM ertui
MU served basis at pressed by Zone 3 central)
c...M M4 ft*GMMnl.ML M extra citrpf (
Collie In or Writ* for fult ool.r with $10,100 tabulated since April
RookieS Oft DoltoMlFREE 1, and Zone 4 (north) with $8,733In
awards since May L Zone 2

TOURS DAILY! (Southeast for, $4,812.Six also now. closed) accounted

Marine Sergeant Carl Lamey" with his "Falcon". $1.000 Schlitz-tagged fish

.. e1L, .. have been caught Indifferent zones
since the opening of this year's

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THE VICTORS Attack Squadron 44's top bowlers proved their value last Monday as they took the

ComFairJax and ComFairDetJax bowling tournament in a close victory. Receiving the winners tro- ,p ,
phy from Captain Vincent Casey, Chief of Staff, ComFairJax are, team captain Harry C. Palmer,
PRC; Robert A. Kuhlman, ATRAN; Harry C. Ketcham, AN; Lee V. Gundy, YN1; and George Ulrich, RUNNER UP- Robert H. Cheyne, AECS accepts the runner up tro-

AE1. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). phy for theFAETULantTeam from Captain Vincent Casey, Com
Fairfax Chief of Staff following the ComFairJax Bowling Tour

ney. FAETULantthe most consistent team in the roll offs, came

Gundy Bowls 278 To Pace in second, only 18 points behind the winning YA-44 team.Offic-(
ial U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).

of alley work.Fortynine. In the offices of Captain Vincent
of the sixty-five Casey, Chief of Staff, Commander
VA-44 To ComFairJax WinLed bowlers taking part in the tourney Fleet Air Jacksonville.

turned In three game series of over Teams entered (in the tourna-
500 which gives a good Indicationof ment were HatWIng One fromSan-
by Lee Gundy, Attack By Bob Ohl, JOCS For a long time that 247 looked ford VF-62 VF-174
the type bowling that took placeat : ; VA-44 and
Squadron 44 from NAS Cecil Field, six hundred series. In addition to like the high game of the tourney, the Malnslde bowling alleys. VFP-62 from NAS Cecil Field and
to a hard won vic-
pulled through Kuhlman and Gundy, Pat HryskanIch but Gundy's final game master- Trophies were awarded toVA- VA-45: VP-30 Fleet Air Wing 11,
tory In the ComFairJax bowling came In with a 602, consist- piece left Hryskantch with nothing 44, FAETULant and the two Individual FAETULant VU-10 ComFalrJtx,
tournament last Monday. ing of games of 200, 155. and 247. but the consolation of a fine piece winners last Tuesday VA-15, and VAP-62 from NAS
Gundy threw a 278 game to highlight Jacksonville. _
an 18 pin victory over
FAETULant in a tournament that PRICE
produced some of the best bowlingseen
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on the local scene In manya BLASTERS!
day. I :

Gundy's 278 was a picture game, SnYANlA 50off IYLVANIA
He started out with three strikes, .

then In the fourth frame he got 2 ge'QC TV ra
an eight count on what looked likea _
certain strike. He picked up his PICTURE! IRECEWIN8 \[

spare then struck out to finish way TUBES TUBES
ahead of everyone else for the high Brond new Sylvonlol I New. Sylvanto Long
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game of the tournament.A nigh quollty tested picture tubes! I tired TV let with our
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FAETULant came In a close "- nt I,. II Tester by Experts.
second with total of 5172
a grand 1f
pins only 18 behind VA-44's 5190.In THIS WEEKEND ONLY THURS., FRI., SAT.

third place was Fleet Air
Wing-11 with 5039. STEREO
Another bowler from VA-44took
the six series as the
high game WINNING SMILES-Robert A. Kuhlman, ATRAN and Lee V. Gundy, R"rOAM
Hornets of 44 all honors. HEADPHONES
swept top YN1 show off the the
Robert Kuhlman three proudly trophies they garnered during recent .ter
put together "
CcrnFairJax, ComFairDet Jax Bowling tournament. Kuhlman came
game sets of 615 and 490 for a
through with the high six game series as he amassed a total of !
total of 1105 to nose out team-
1 1105 including games of 225 and 210. Gundy came within one ball 124 Private listening vyith a.I mini-
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