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Creation Date: July 25, 1962
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VOL. 21 NO. 20 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
JULY 25. 1963



2nd Group Of Midshipmen 2 NAS Units ASW Veteran Capt. Ward, Is I



Arrive Today l..Ior Training YA-176, VP-5 New FAW -11 Staff Officer


By Ens. Alex Receive 'E'sTwo By Marc Whetstone, J01

The second of three groups of United States Naval Academy Mid- squadrons based here at A Navy captain with nearly 20 years experience In antisubmarine
shipmen on a summer cruise are scheduled to arrive today. In NAS Jax and one at NAS Sanford, warfare. has J joined the ranks of Fleet, Air Wing Eleven here as the
their nine day visit they will spend some time with all of the dif- Fla., have won coveted battle readiness unit's chief staff officer.Jte .
ferent types of air units In the Jacksonville area that are under the excellence awards, as announced Is Captain,James R. Ward,
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville command.All Tuesday by the Atlantic a native of Goldsboro, N.C. Capt.
of these midshipmen, in the Fleet Naval Air Force head- Ward assumed his new duties last
class of 1965, are starting their Station Waves quarters at Norfolk, Va. Monday after relieving Captain Andrew -
third year of training at AnnapolisIn Rated toPs in their field are Attack H. Cowart who Is now en route
a course of study that will Celebrate 21stAnniversary Squadron 176 and Patrol to Washington for an assignment In
eventually lead them to a com- the officies of the Chief of Naval
Five here and
Squadron Heavy Attack -
mission as an ensign In the Navy. Squadron 11 based Sanford. Operations.This Y
Their schedule is the first !
this summer includes Jacksonvilleduty
These awards
are given annuallyto
a month of study at the By Chris Cole, SN the best squadrons In the Navy the new FAW-11 officer has
Academy; meteorology, ocean- served, and only his second tour in
This afternoon from 3:00 p.m. flying each type of aircraft.All .
grapy, spherical trigometry, and three squadrons Florida. He reported to the Wing
computer programming will be to 5:00 p.m. the Waves of NAS participatedin after graduating from the Naval
the Cuban crisis and
taken at this time. The nine day Jax will celebrate their 21st Anniversary the accordingto War College at Newport, R.L
tour of Jacksonville and a pre- as part of the Navy. announcement message, After attending Wake Forest Co-
each be
vious two and half weeks of basic Rear Admiral Robert Gold- their squadron"can demonstrated justly readiness proudof llege for one year, Capt. Ward began -

flight Instruction at Pensacola are thwaite, Commander Fleet Air achieved under circum- his Navy career as a graduate .
followed by 30 days of leave. Jacksonville and Naval Air Bases trying of Annapolis In 1942. His first
The Jacksonville phase of train- Sixth NavalDistrict is scheduledto stances. assignment was as the engineeringand Copt. J. R. Ward
Attack
Squadron 176, rated the
ing will include six and one half preside at the cake cutting ceremony -, best attack radar officer aboard the destroyer Pensacola as a commander.
squadron -
flying propeller
days of tours and demonstration.The which will take place at 3:45 driven aircraft, has the A-1H: USS Broome then Involved San Diego, Calif., was Ms next
group will be welcomed a- p.m. The Admiral will also pre- Skyraider as Its basic plane. Pat- with escorting convoy shipping in duty station where he served on
board at the NAS Cecil Field sent a plaque to the Wave Bar- rol Five the the North Atlantic. From the the staff of the Pacific Naval Air
Squadron ,
-
flys propeller
Theater by Rear Admiral Robert racks in honor of the members of and jet powered SP-2E Nep- Broome he was., Transferred to a Command. Then, In Hawaii, he
Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet the Wave Council for the past year. turn, an antisubmarine patrol Pacific destroyer, USS Porter, became the executive officer of Patrol -
Air Jacksonville and Naval Air All division officers, chief petty bomber. VA-176 is commanded by which conducted antisubmarine Squadron Six and later the commanding -
Bases Sixth Naval District; officers and leading petty officers Commander H.P. Maulden, while patrols out of Add, Alaska. officer of Patrol
Captain James A. Smith. NAS having supervision over Wave personnel VP-5's commanding officer is Following a year aboard the cru- Squadron 22 also located in Hawaii.
Cecil Field Commanding Officer; are invited to attend the Commander R.P. iser USS Atlanta, the captain He remained there until the
Captain James R. Compton, NAS "open house" being held in the The Sanford-based Smyth. then a lieutenant, pursued his desires summer of 1959 at which time the
Jacksonville Commanding Officer; second deck lounge of the barracks YAH-11, rated best in the squadron heavy, to fly and entered flight train- captain received an assignment In

Captain Louis P. Pressler, Com- Dress will be Tropical'Whites attack ,phase, flies the A-3 Sky- ing at Lakehurst, N.J., receiving the Pentagon as the assistant for
mader, Fleet Air Wlng-11; and Long for men. Waves will w{ rrlor, a twin-jet, long his wings in lighter than air(L TA) current plans in the Navy Plan-
Commander John J. Reardon, wear Service Dress Light Blue. heavy bomber. Commander range J.F. aircraft in 1947. He subsequently ning Division, Deputy Chief of
Senior NAS Jax Chaplain. The Originally, the first "women in Barlow is its skipper. assumed duties as operations Naval Operations for Air, wherehe
training program Is administeredby the Navy" were the Navy Nurses, Both VA-176 and VAH-11 are officer of dirigible squadron ZP2at served until reporting to the
the ComFalrJax Training Of- founded on May 13, 1908. Then in squadrons under Commander Key weSt, Fla., and later as Naval War College.
1917 women were accepted to operations officer of ZP-4 at Lake- It was while at Newport last
Fleet Air Jacksonville and VP-5
(Continued On Page 5)) hurst. that Ward took
(Continued On Page 10)) is a unit of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. year Capt. on
Capt. Ward left the "blimp" the task of coaching the Navy's
squadrons in 1952 when he was Junior team. Under
ass swimming
30 Years of Navy-Army Service igned as the 'assistant operations his guidance, the 52 young swimmers -
I I I officer on the staff of the Atlan- who ranged in ages from
Culminate Here for Lt. Cdr. HoltonTraditional tic Fleet Air Wings in Norfolk, eight to II, won all of their duel
Va Following this tour he qualified meets md want on to win the Rhode
Dy Mae Spencer J01in I in patrol bomber (flying at (Continued On Page 4))
..
Traditional "piping over In 1935 he was promoted toyeo-
the side" ceremonies will climax orae? to get on a ship;" man third class. He was discharged
30 years of Navy and Army ser- His first sea duty was aboardthe from the Navy in July
vice for Lieutenant Commander destroyer USS Claxton. This 1936.
George S. Holton on Wednesday was followed by service on After being a civilian for nine
July 3L He has been the NAS the battleship USS Arkansas, the months he joined the Army Air
Military Personnel Officer here destroyer USS Smith Thompson, Corps. "I trained at Fort Moul-
for nearly three years. the oiler USS Pecos and the des- trie, S.C. and then was sent to
Lieutenant James A. Nichols has troyer USS EdsalL Panama Air Depot France '
assumed duties as Personnel The last three ships were Field, Canal Zone," Cdr. Holton 3 f
Officer. He came to Jacksonvillefrom assigned to the Asiatic Station related.
Transport Squadron Twenty- in China. During this time, the
"In 1934 we were the first commander "gave an assist" to
four.Commander Holton enlistedin American ship to visit Japan In having an Act of Congress
the Navy as an apprentice about five years, Yokahama officials amended. In October 1938, Con- J01)I
seaman on July 16, 1932 atMacon, met us with British flags gress passed the Narcotic Law L
Ga. His "boot training" was at the and "God Save the King." They which classified marijuana as a
Naval Training Station, Norfolk, were somewhat embarassed when narcotic in the continental limits
Va. "I was in Platoon No. 31 they found we were Americans. of the United, States but specify-
and to the best of my knowledgeI Other highlights of the com- ing that it was not a narcotic in
am the last member of that mander's service In the Pacific the Canal Zone, Puerto Rico,
group still on active duty," he include being on hand when the Alaska and Hawaii. "I( wrote a
revealed. At that time, a new first trans-pacific (flight of a Pan- letter to Senator Richard B. Rus- TURNING OVER THE'LAW BOOK of the
recruit had to wait six months to American Clipper arrived InMan- sell (D), Ga."said the commander, Office The Bureau of Naval Personnel
go to sea. "There were no billets ila in 1935, and acting as a side- "asking how Congress ha '4rrlved Lt. Cdr. James Nichols is Lt. Cdr. George
available on ship", said the boy for General Douglas McArthur at this conclusion and provided him is NAS Administration Officer Cdr.
commander, "You had to wait for aboard the cruiser USS Augusta, with some statistics on the extent will retire on July 31 with 30 years
someone to die or be discharged then flagship of the Asiatic Fleet. (Continued on Page 11)) (Official Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, )



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T P''A'.C'E'.m 2 JA'X' AIR HEWS -



I SEAPOWER Violation Station Traffic RecordThe J AX N2WSI; I



United States is and alwayshas national Interest we must solve the
been a great maritime nation. proMem which beset our shipping Following Is a report of traffic The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
We owe our birth, 'succor, and industry and solve them quickly.Our violations for the period July 13 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
survival to seapower. Without it merchant marine has not through July 20. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
we would have failed in our bid been reduced to its present state NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
for freedom and could not have due to labor-management difficul- NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office
endured the tribulations of early ties, improper legislation or unsound This week July 13 July 20 3 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before.
Theseare accidents this through News Items are welcomed from all sources- .
independence. Lacking seapower, shipping practices. Total year publication.
we could not have preserved the merely symptoms of the real July 20. . . 149 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Union nor successfully defended problem which is a lack of under- Number of accidents through July Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
ourselves in two great wars which standing as to why we need a 1962. , . 165 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
threatened our national existence.As strong, healthy shipping Industry, Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --
a second-rate maritime nation and, therefore, no public resolveto Speeding. . . . 21 Telephone 359'-5140 or 359-027L
this country would not have ach- do something about It. It Going through stop sign. . .2
ieved status as the strongest, rich- behooves us to support efforts to Reckless driving. . 2 VOL. 21 NO. 20 JULY 25, 1963
est nation on earth. If we becomea further an understanding of our Other violations. . . 47
second-rate maritime power,we merchant marine and to create an
will not long maintain that status awareness in the general public Forty-five drivers appeared
nor ensure our freedom. of the vital necessity of maintain- before the Traffic Hearing Boardat Price Of unimportant
Anyone who doubts the contin- ing a strong merchant fleet to the meeting held on July 22.
uing Importance of seapower needs ensure this nation's position of Disposition of the cases includethe
only look back to last October. leadership in the Free World. In following 16 lost drivingand Violations'
Although a combination of vigorous 1902, Admiral Alfred T. Mahan parking privileges aboard: the Is HighFlorida
leadership, astute diplomacy And warned that "the United States in station for various periods; 13
overall defense posture was res- her turn may have the rude awak- were assigned to complete in 1960 had just under drivers' records readily avail
ponsible for the success of the ening of those who have abandoned eight-hour course }In remedialdriving 80,000 violations of the type that able to the judge, 50 he may con-
Cuban quarantine, one factor was their share of the common birth- instructions; 14 had sus- are generally classified as ser- sider past performance in passing
essential--seapower. But our right of all people--the sea." His pended penalties; six were given a ious. They Included murder, man- judgment..for abolition of the"fee
seapower is not measured in naval formula states that seapower warning; two were dismissed, and slaughter, assault, robbery, andso system", that bases the judge's
terms alone. Our merchant marineis equals naval vessels, plus bases nine were referred to commanding forth. In those that Involved pay on the number of arrests and
an equally essential elementof plus merchant vessels. Today we officers for possible disciplinary violence 520 people were killed; fines..for these and other elements -
our maritime strength. have the strongest Navy the world action. 6,200 suffered bodily harm. of effective justice recom-
The preamble to the Merchant has ever known. We have the basesto But, out of the 112,500 accidents mended by the National Standardsfor
Marine Act of 1936 states that support the Navy and the portsto Involving traffic violations the one traffic courts.
the United States shallhaveaMerchant handle our international Adm. Byrd'sBiog. we don't consider to be actually
Marine "sufficient to commerce. But unless this nation wrong came more than 1,200
carry..a substantial portion of the awakens quickly to the need, our deaths, and more than 44,000 In- Our MistakesThree
waterborne..foreign commerce of merchant marine will be insuff- on WJXTThe juries.As .
the United States: and capable of icient to meet the last vital elementof the judge was saying: the seriousness errors slipped past the
serving as a naval and military that equation. becomes clear. Our Air News proofreader last week:
auxiliary In time of war of nat- Chairman Khruschchev has life of one of the Navy's courts have a job ahead-a big one. ((1)) Gallon Blood Doner L.G. Bar-
ional emergency. "Although thereIs again reminded us that he intendsto most famous officers, Admiral Judges and prosecutors create nett, AN, works for o&R's Air-
some argument as to its ability "bury us," that the Communist Richard Evelyn Byrd, will be the the Impressions that determine the craft Transfer Division rather
to perform the second of these fun- goal Is an economic victory over subject of "Biography on Channel citizen's attitude toward traffic- than A/C Maim.; ((2)) Headlinefor
ctions, it is the Navy's positionthat capitalism. We must meet that Four, WJXT, Thursday, July 25 at law inforcement, the judiciary, "Serviceman" J.W. Petersonof
our merchant fleet today is threat on every front--and cer- 7:00 p.m. and, in no small degree, toward C&R's ATD, also had him serving -
not capable of carrying a substan- tainly, with no less vigor in matt- Admiral Byrd, who died in 1957, government, itself. with the Maintenance Depart-
tial portion of our waterborne for- ers relating to inter-national co- was a pioneer aviator and navigator For this reason, traffic cases ment, and ((3) Cdr. Left Elliott
eign commerce and is Inadequate mmerce. Through a great,unified and the formost&marcticex-;! must be conducted with intelligent and Cdr. R.R. Renaldi, VA-45
as a naval and military auxiliary. effort, we must assure Mr. Krus- plorer of the second quarter of appreciation of the judicial rightsof photo, were reversly identified.
But even if we accept the premise chchev that our system will the 20th century. He made important the defendant, and the safety Also, Cdr. Elliott Is only under-
.- that our existent fleet can meet survive and that, most certainly, contributions to trans- needs of the public. going training with VA-44. He Is
our national defense needs, the Its demist shall not be a burialat atlantic flying and was first to This calls for highly-qualified to assume command of VA-106...
statistics show that it is contin- sea. command and navigate flights over and
judges prosecutors, well- Sorry (Ed).
uing to carry less of our water- The Honorable Fred Korth the earth's North and South Poles. doctrinated in traffic law prin-
borne commerce. During World War II he servedon ciples and .
Secretary of the philosophy.It
The United States!; emerged from Navy the. staff of the Chief of Naval calls for uniform
rules of
World War II a strong balanced Operations and among other procedure Lady traveling with friend to
applying to all courts
maritime power, and our naval and Cecil Kindergarten duties, evaluated Paclficlslands as that try traffic cases..for airline pilot: "Now don't start go-
having
merchant fleets were essential operational sites. He accompanied Ing faster than sound. We want
elements of our victory. In 1946, Registration is now being held -Dee Freeze I" aboard the Editorial to talk."
American bottoms were carrying for the fall term of the NAS Glacier on its maiden voyage.
63/ of our export traffic and 6cfJo< Cecil Field Kindergarden. Tuitionof .Short of kings and heads of state,
of our imports. Today U.S. flag 13.50 a month includes registration few men in their lifetime received Determination : A Key
ships transport only 11%/ of our and supply fees.Persons more honor or greater acclaim
overall trade volume. interested may call 389-2033 than he, it was said.
To
The Soviet Union has set out to Achieving SuccessDetermination
outstrip us in total merchant ton-
nage and to dominate the world may be defined as "the mental quality, habit or po
charter market and subject Inter- L2'7 wer of deciding definitely and firmly; decision of character." This
national commerce to Soviet poll- definition aptly applies to a Marine staff sergeant stationed at Camp
"> tical Intrigues. Ambitious as this Pendleton Calif., who lost his lower left leg in a' parachuting accident
goal may seem, its implausibility, last fallThrough
is lessened when we examine her sheer determination, this man has mastered an artificiallimb
progress to date. The Soviet Union that he helped design. To prove he can do as much now as he
already has more operational could prior to his accident, he has danced, gone SCUBA diving piloted
merchant ships than the United a plane and worn a boot on his artificial leg to get used to the extra
States--1, 168 to 985. The over- I weight.His .
all growth of the Soviet merchant ,.j efforts have not been in vain--he has received permission to
marine has been 140%, Since 1952 remain on active duty and go back to parachuting Instead of holdinga
it has doubled, while during the 'jJ. limited duty desk job.
same period, the active United The determination shown by this man and many others like him
States fleet has declined 11%- in all the services should cause us to stop and evaluate ourselves.Would .
We can no longer afford the ''I 1I we be able to accomplish this feat? Would our determination
luxury of study after study on howto be great enough to overcome such a handicap?
eliminate block obsolescence. We'll never know the full answer unless we find ourselves in
when the record shows that the t I similar circumstances. However> we can apply ourselves to our assigned -
Soviet Union now has five timesas duties and concentrate on self-Improvement with a similar determination. -
many ships less than ten years .
old than we do; and, when half of If each man In uniform aPPUed himself with such determination
'...T our fleet is composed of vessels to duty, can you Imagine the overall improvement? For nearly 200
which have lived their useful lives. years, the U.S. military man has earned the respect and admirationthe of
This is the challenge we face today. American public. We can't expect to rest forever on laurels of the
Time is still on our side, but it is past.We
"Off hand I'd say It's a band have
to make of our
running out. As a matter of of Indians. a determined effr to "fill the shoes"
predecessors. (A FPS)



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ScoutsHorsemanship Learn ."" ..uM r


On BaseBy


Marc Whetstone, J01

Shades of the Cavalry Era were cast on this military station last
Monday evening when two horses were admitted through the main-
gate for what appeared to be "temporary additional duty."

Their presence however, was
not of a military nature but rather age, he was quite active on the r
that of showmanship, as the rodeo circuits, competing In rop-
horses' owner and trainer Chief ing, bulldoging and bronc riding
Aviation Electrician's Mate contests. He later carried this

Anthony (Tony) Navarre, brought Interest Into his leadership role
them here to demonstrate horse- In the Boy Scout organization at
manship for his troop of Gretna, La., where he led that 1
Boy Scouts. Navarre Is the scout- town's BSA Horse Patrol bef rejoining a y a -I

master of local Troop 131, spon- the Navy.It .
sored by the Naval Air Technical was while stationed with the
Training Unit where In his mili- Pacific Fleet Airborne Early
tary capacity, he Is an Instructor Warning Command at Barber's
at the Aviation Electrlcan's Point Hawaii, in 1960, that he
"A" School. constructed the Western saddle
"The Idea of bringing the horses which he used in his
on board the station," said the demonstrations Monday.
scout leader, "Is part of a two- "The saddle came as a kit," HORSEMANSHIP Tony Novorre, astride Misty Miss, and Roland Habben, holding reins, demonstrated .
fold program..to help build up Navarre explained. "I spent a proper handling of horses to these Boy Scouts of Troop 131 at NAS Jax last Monday. (Navy
scouting Interest during the year of off-duty hours constructing Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))
summer months and to providethe it at the Barber's Point saddle .- -- ... .--.
boys with material and experience club, but even though the task was
needed toward earning complete, it still required testIng -
their Horsemanship Merit Badge." to see If the job had been done SCUTTLEBUTT

Conducting the demonstrations properly he added. J I
When asked how he went
adjacent to the Naval Air Techni- CIOTN
cal Training Unit picnic area,with about testing the strength of his ISSUEDIJG EXCHANGES LNO
the assistance of Roland Habben, leather work the Navvman's
AE2 of Patrol Squadron Thirty, answer left no doubt of the saddle's
Navarre first showed his audienceof toughness. "I simply strapped it
scouts and parents some of on a 1,500-pound Brahma bull,
the anatomy of the hors This jumped on and hoped for the best.
was followed by his giving a lecture It held," he said smiling. Whetherthe
on the different types of chief held, or not wasn't revealed -

riding saddles and how to pro- t .
perly saddle a horse with both"
English and Western versions.He ASW Veteran
then gave the boys some pointers .l
on the Dos and Dent's of rid- (Continued from Page 1))

ing by performing on his three- Island State Championship.
year-old mare, Misty Miss. The
Although he has never partici-
other horse was a 14-month Y
colt named Dawn. pated In any aquatic competition, ehr ,yyk
swimming, says the captain Is his
Once a Life Scout (one step below S
Eagle Scout) himself, Navarre primary sport together with water
has been an avid horseman since skiing which he only recently n
undertook.
he was 14 years old. Even at this


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Need "on target" money help? Bluejackets Do in's Inn I CPO Notes Club I I Acey Club Dvcy I !


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Thursday, July 25 Thursday, July 25 Thursday, July 25 I
Dance Contest & Dance featuring Happy Hour Country and Western Night, Fea-
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings turing the Country Drifters
8:00 p.m.12:00 a.m. Friday, July 26 8:30: p.m. 11:30p.m.Friday : .

Dancing to Johnny Arnold "4"
Friday, July 26 July 26

Dance featuring March Wilson & Saturday, July 27 Mark Castle Combo 8:30 p.m. I
The Red Coats 9(00 p.m. Dance to Dud Clark 12:30: a.m. 1
1:00 a.m.
N Sunday, July 28 Saturday, July 27
Sotwrdoy, July 27
Dancing to Cappy's Combo Cappies Combo 8:30: ) p.m. -
Dance featuring Phil Cay &. 12:3Oa.m.
Chantels 8:00 p.m 1:00 a.m. Monday, July 29
Pizza Sunday, July 28
night
Sunday, July 28
Game Night 5:30 8:30) p.nruDance
Dance featuring March Wilson & Tuesday, July 30 to the Mach Four Trio

The Red Coats 8:00: p.m. Happy Hour 8:30: ) p.m. 11:30 p.m.
12:00 a.m.
Wednesday, July 31 Monday, July 29
Monday, July 29
Western Night music by the Happy Hour 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Dining & Dancing Country Drifters
Tuesday, July 30
Tuesday, July 30

People who wonder where this Game Night 7:30: p.m. 10:00 p.m.
Happy Hour 5:00 p.nu 7:00 p.m. is Dance to Bud Clark and his
younger generation heading,
Wednesday, July 31 would do well to consider whereit Quartet 10:00 p.m. 12:00 a.nu

Game Night 8:00 p.m. came from. Wednesday, July 31

Get a loan from HFCGet Happy Hour 4:00 p.m.6:00 p.nu
Air Group briefing will be given Sports Movie 8:30 p.m.

the exact loan for your exact need. Pay bins, buy MidshipmenContinued on another day and the program
will be rounded out by two'half
a car,take a leave. If need cash for NATTUrit NMMS
you any good purpose ( from Poge 1)) day presentations by the photo-
go where graphic squadrons VAP-62. NAS
more servicemen Yom,, MONTH fATBMT PLANS fleer, Commander Richard J. De- Jax and VFP-62, NAS Cecil A Honor Gnrfiites
go-to HFC. f 24S5.93 j.It. 11 pi,. Prez. visit to the Operations DepartmentIs
SIM5M & 7JZ9 10.07 18.48 After a presentation coveringthe also plamed. Two Marines graduated as
3M 11.86 1439 20.14 36.97 Combat Readiness Air Group, In addition to their busy activities honormen from the Naval Air
Ask ilwat CncIIt 1M 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 Attack Carrier Air Group and the during the days, the midshipmen Technical Training Unit schools on
Life lanrmnce 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 aviation Safety Program, the can look forward to some Friday. July 12.
.. leas '" 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80at ) midshipmen will observe a flight Interesting social activities in the Highest average was compiledby
Km rate Ctorja mt ttm".uUt .,.3%..f M >..,./ demonstration of operational fleet Jacksonville area. On Friday PFC J.D. Neff. He completedthe
... ,
twUt mHy Mmmt m .... iwt iaa0 aircraft.In .
..2%..fay......Ia.Ft. night they will attend a Ball at. 18-week Aviation Ordnanceman -
the following days, they will the Prudential Building sponsoredby Class "A" School with an
spend a day with fighter squadron the Jacksonville Junior average of 86.80.
1IOUSE ,2I VF-174 and anot* with light attack Chamber o f Commerce. Sunday Honor graduate from the

CO = squadron VA-44 at Cecil afternoon a pool party will be held Aviation Electrician's Mate Class
Field. There is also a one day at the NAS Cecil Field Officer's "A" School was Pn. J. Galasso.He .
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 trip to Heavy Attack Wing One at Recreational Facility for the finished with an average of
NAS Sanford. Another day will middies and their dates.If 85.43 in the 22-week course.
Cedar Hills Shopping Center be spent with FAW-11 where the There was no graduating classin

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 Navy's present and future anti- you ask me I will agree, I the Aviation Electrician's Mate
submarine capabilities will be think that I shall never see a Class "B" school or in the Avia-
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 discussed, including a tour of the poem so lovely as a tree--A tion Ordnanceman Class "B"
Above office patrol squadrons here. A Carrier
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FRATJnit Navy Wives a .r


126 NotesUnit

The Navy Wives Club Jax #86
#126, Fleet Reserve Association met last Wednesday at the Dewey
held their first meet- Park Clubhouse.

Ing of the fiscal year with their Reports on the progress of the

new officers presiding at the new clubhouse were read and various -
Fleet Reserve; Hall in Yukon. committees were named to
The Unit President, Mrs.Rich- work on decorations and furnitureto

ard Atwood, named her committee be purchased for the club. "
chairmen for the coming year. Thomas J. Bennett, Henry J. 1a v
They are: Mrs. Glenn Stoker Wernet and Wilbert Wagner were

Chaplain; Mrs. Albert Holm Sgt. special invited guests to assist the r g Q
At Arms; Mrs. James Ransom, women with the decoration pro- d 1

Welfare; Mrs. Louis Lindsey,Act- blems.A ,
ivities and Membership.; Mrs. Fashion Show is scheduled to '

Lawrence McDonald, Americanism be held on Friday, August 2 at A '
; Mrs. William Ownby, Hospital the Garden Center Jacksonville.

; Mrs. Robert Boyd, Publicity; Tickets are now on sale and
Mrs. Arthur Slocumb, Historian; be purchased from any member may of FIRST MIDSUMMER PROMOTION to pay grades E-4, E-5, and E-6 took place here on Tuesday,
Mrs. Leland Whitmire. Parliamentarian the club. Booths are now in July 16. CPO's"previously) have been promoted in July. (L. to R. first row) A. Torres, PH3; Leon

; Mrs. Lawrence operation aboard the station where Dulin, J03; R. Garby, ADJ3; and G. A. Chavarria, AMH3. (second row) J. E. Giddens, AE1; (N)
McDonald, Mrs. Charles Hunter tickets may be purchased. Pro- Regan, ATI- S. R. Hadas, CS2 C. W. Tripp, PN2 and Linda Wyckoff, PN2. (back row) G. Harris,
and Mrs. Leland Whitmire, Audit ceeds from the show will go to ADJCA; J. Peterson, ADRCA; E. J. Lamb, ATCA; J. T. Rooks, ATCA and (N) Aaron, AE1. (Navy

and Finance; Mrs. William Wood the Scholarship Fund of the Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn)

Greeting cards, Mrs. Zeno Hat- Wives Clubs of America, Inc. L
cher, Trading stamps and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Southeast
Richard Hora and Mrs. Thomas Regional Vice-Presldent
will be
Cowart, Color Bearers. a guest of, the Navy Wives Club McMillan
The Fleet Reserve Association at their
meeting Wednesday at
will hold their Annual Caucus Aug 7:30> p. m. In the Dewey Park
ust 8,9 and 10 in Charleston, S. C. Clubhouse. BEDDING CO.

Three delegates were nominatedat Club members will honor Mrs.
the meeting to represent Unit Donald Kirkwood, past chairman
##126---Mrs. Leland Whitmire, of the Nursery Committee, who
Mrs. Wilson H. Sandefer and Mrs. will be leaving for Bermuda with 8805 Mathews Expressway 103rd and Standing Blvd.

Albert Holm. The delegates will her husband.
Ph. RA4-2266 Ph. 771-5262
go uninstructed. Mrs. Phil Parker will be hostess
The purpose of the Caucus i In for the evening; assisted by Mrs.
each region Is to elect officers for J. Bush, Mrs. William KitcheU
the coming year, take up rules and and Mrs. Roy MauL
by-laws for the region and also to
consider legislation for the National her monthly ward party on July ling Size" SALEODDS
Cc wentlon.The 15 at the Naval Hospital and was
Unit Hospital Chairman held assisted by Mrs. Whitmire and
Mrs. Boyd.

and ENDS FLOOR SAMPLES

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\\ the squadron. The show, titled
I' 1f'I'T1 ; \ Disney To Feature '.'Hurrlcan the "Wonderful Hannah" will World be seenon of -

Color", channel 12, WFGA-TV
Hurricane HuntersBy Sunday evening, July 28. The fol-
lowing Is Walt Disney's letter

Steve Coady, PN3 "It is a pleasure for me to extend ,:
I. my hearty congratulations to
As Hurricane gals go, Hannah, on Walt Disney's Wonderful Worldof your squadron on the twenty-first
1 Color, is about the most shapely bundle of energy that has faced Anniversary of Its fascinating as-
any weather bureau In recorded history. While making a routine orbit signment. At the same time I wantto
around the globe, a weather satellite discovers a mid-atlantic hurricane thank you for the wonderful
1,500 miles west of the Cape Verde Islands. This Information Is relayed cooperation you gave us in the
to a monitor tracking station and passed on the wire to the filming of "Hurricane Hannah".
National Hurricane Center In Miami, Fla. Without your asslstanceit would not
Meanwhile at the Roosevelt have been possible for us to
Roads Naval Station, Puerto Rico, was done by Lawrence V. Smithof photograph this story, which
a thousand miles nearer the hur- Jacksonville who for the past proved to be one of the top-rated
R ricane, Airborne Early Warning five years has shot over 15,000 shows on our Wonderful World of
Squadron Four, better known as the feet of filnr aboard the Hurricane Color TV Program.
Hurricane Hunters are alerted. A Hunters aircraft. The show not I believe"Hurricane Hannah"Is ,. ,
giant radar-equipped Super Con- only proves to be interesting, but to be repeated over WFGA-TV In
stellation, a veritable flying educational In the aspect of Jacksonville, and I hope you all
weather station, takes off on a weather reconnaissance. Workingwith have a chance to see It again.
reconnaissance mission carryinga members of the squadron for May you have many more yearsof
crew of 28 including the then over a the Disney staff put success In spotting and advis-
THIS SCENE ON Miami's Biscayne Bay of hurricane force winds squadron Commanding Officer together year a program that actuallytells ing our weather people on approaching -
will be seen on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color presentation Commander Joshua Langfur. the story of the daily livesof storms and Hurricanes,
of "Hurricane Hannah"trjis Sunday at 7:30 p.m. on Channel After eight hours of steady flyingthe men that make up the most a dangerous but much needed
12, WFGA-TV. (U. S. Department of Commerce, Weather Bureau navy craft sights thehurricane unique and challenging squadron In task."
Photo) and flies directly Into It,penetrating the United States Navy.
its very heart, "The Eye"so
lie
.
,
that the specialists can find outeverything' Walt Disney, the King of Holly-
about the storm. wood, sent his personal regardsand A bachelor--a selfish, callous,
Hannah, as she is later named, congratulations to the officersand undeserving man who has cheated -
Identifies herself as the fiercest men of the Navy Hurricane some worthy woman out of a
hurricane ever to strike the heartsof Hunters In conjunction with the divorce. ;
L :' the Hurricane Hunters aboard forthcoming TV show featuring
___ I
t the Super Constellation. She is 350 ---
miles In diameter and has 90
} times the energy of Soviet Russia's THE
t 50-megatlon bomb. Needless to
w say hers is a violent temperthat HILLY
keeps the crew tense and bouncesthe
72 ton aircraft around like a 4 Bedrooms
tiny toy. Suddenly In the midst of
the torrential downpour and as the Separate Dining
plane plows through the storm,the Room
number four engine begins tosputter -
and In a moment It stops. The
Hunters hope to make It back to
:. the base on three engines, luck and
'It!
,. prayers.
t f flack at Roosevelt Roads, the '
,. people are getting ready for any TNE'IQ
r eventuality. The families of the
,f. crew and members of the squadronare
., not only centered around their ( THISTLE
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1 own predicament as they huddle together .
to face Hannah's fury, but 3 Bedrooms !L.1Y )
FORMER NAS JAX CO, VAdm, J. S. Thach (R) receives his flag they know that one of the T .
upon departing Hawaii for assignment as Deputy CNO for Air. His squadron's planes Is somewhereout : Bath
successor as ComASWPac, VAdm. J. T. Hayward, looks on. (Navy in the storm, and has gone
Photo) unreported for several hours. Curved
Drive
The show will be seen on the

Former lax CO Takes Walt Color"Disney's, this Sunday"Wonderful evening Worldof July

28, from 7:30: > p.m, to 8:30: > p.m. THE

Post As CNO Deputy over Much Channel of the filming, WFGA-TV.for the show ELM


One time commanding officer of : .

the Jacksonville Naval AirStation, the ONE place to 3 BR Wa Baths
Vice Admiral John S. Thach, Is
enroute to Washington, D.C., from call formoney Garage'f
Hawaii, to assumed his new postas
Deputy Chief of Naval Oper-
ations for Air.
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..w NA TTU's Assistance To Navy




o Recruiting Wins PraiseAssistance



to the Navy Recru- "Jaxon Lancers" or Naval Air

.-y li'f k iting Program and efforts in the Technical Training Unit exhibits

Pot interest of community relationshas is followed by personal commen-

won for the Naval Air Tech- dations from sponsors,spectators,

jl' a'" 1 nical Training Unit here a Letterof and news media."

..11\1. Appreciation from the Navy The Chief of Naval Air Tech-

JACKSONVILLE was represented In the Miss Universe pageant last Saturday at Miami by KATTU's Recruiting Station Jacksonville.The nical Training, an intermediate

drill team, the Jaxon Lancers; Lt. ((19)) Roberta L. Hazard, HAS CI&E Officer and NARTU's "Fly letter was sent atPensacola via the Chiefof addressee, endorsed the letter,

Navy" convertible. Here Miss Hazard rides with Miss Linda Egland, "Miss Florida" who is wear- Naval Air Training adding this statement:
Fla., and the Chief of Naval Air "The additional effort
ing the Navy's suit valued at The Jaxon Lancers expendedby
space some $7,000. are expected to perform ata
Technical Training at Memphis, Naval Air Technical
community days parade In Homestead Fla. this Saturday. (Navy Photo) Tennessee. Training
Unit Jacksonville
on behalf of the
It expressed appreciation for Navy Recruiting Program and in

Civil Rights assistance to the recruiting pro- the interest of Community Re-

KING BICYCLE & HOBBY gram in the form of providing mat ,lations is noted with pleuure."

Policies Set erial ,for displays, providing tech-
nical assistance in the repair and MoviesMovies

4467 Roosevelt Blvd. EV7-4554 For Military maintenance of equipment, furn-

o On/ th* ) The Defense Department has ishing support in presenting the will be shown regularlyat
to the at 7, p.m on Monday through Sat-
picture public
outlined, in a di recta ve, the policies Navy
\ various fairs and other civic urday; at 2 pm and 7, p.m. on

,\ governing military personnel participatlon events, and use of the"Jaxon Lan- Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-
l\\\\ in civil rights demonstrations. -
cers", Naval Air Technical Training side and NATTU Theaters and at

Unit's precision Military Drill 7, p.m. only on Sunday at the
Within the"text, Secretary of De-
Team at various functions. Hospital Theater. These times are
fense Robert S. McNamara
says, '
subject to change.
"The assistance provided by the
"The requirement for Troop Co-
1 mmanders to maintain order and Naval Air TechnicalTralningUnlt, Thursday, July 25
discipline within their Commands Jacksonville has been a major
Mainside Love Is A Ball
Tir.s.$1.98Tvb.s..98 achieve factor in the success of the recruiting -
so as to maximum read-
effort in this District," NATTUnit Bitter Sweet
iness for Is
military operations,
Hospital Solomon's Mines
the letter said.It King
necessarily paramount over the
right of the Individual to parti- went on to praise the per- Friday, July 26
(all sizes. .xcept Sefiwfnn) formance of the Drill Team, add-
n.... prices don't Incur.rn'alloron cipate in non-military activities.
Malnslde Thirty Years Of FunNAT'l'Unlt
ing "The Drill Team, which has
Pursuant
to this obligation, as determined -
: Love Is A Ball
performed on numerous occasionsat
by the local Commander
Hospital Bitter Sweet
events of Important recruiting
(ComFairJax), military personnelmay
lIIl1rl not under any circumstances benefits, is well known throughout Saturday, July 27
7lf
EEEfawmBY the State of Florida for its
participate in Civil Rights Demon-
Malnslde Tale Of Two Cities
CLARK KINNAIRD strations: precision, smartness and high
caliber NATTUnit Thirty Years Of Fun
<.\"'I'IC ""lI'rh-1I1 )I,'rltngl' I 1.\111.11111..11 I"luiluri) ((1)) During hours when they are young men.
Hospital Love Is A Ball
The Drill
Team, under the dir-
required be
for
to present duty;
JULY WAS the birth month of two men who fostered distinctly ((2)) When they are in uniform; ection of its Drillmaster, Chief Sunday, July 28
S. American institutions "the Chautauqua" and corres- When Aviation Electrician's Mate A.J.
((3)) they are on Military
pondence courses. Their careers were connected. Reservations Eckart, has appeared at parades, Malnslde The Vikings
Lew\s1\liUer. who was born July 24, 1829, In Greentown, Ohio, ; fairs and other civic events NATTUnit Tale Of Two Cities
When their
((4)) activities consti-
developed his boyhood interest in mechanics and invention into
Hospital Thirty Years Of ,Fun
an implement business that made him wealthy.As tute a breach of law and order; throughout the state. Lieutenant

a volunteer Methodist Sunday School superintendent In or McKay is Drill Team Officer. Monday, July 29
Akron Ohio, Miller conceived the idea of a summer school for lay ((5)) When violence is reasonable The letter also noted that "Invariably -
church workers in attractive vacation surroundings With some to the appearance of the Malnslde Walk On The Wild Side
likely
occur.
help from John H. Vincent editor of the Sunday School Journal, NATTUnit The Vikings
Miller organized such a school at Lake Chautauqua, N.Y., in Hospital Tale Of Two Cities
1874. Housed at first in tents it developed into a city and a regular -
.. college. It spawned traveling "Chautauquas" under tents that Tuesday, July 30
rivaled county fairs as summer attractions in communities across
the USA, and also generated Malnslde Miracle Of The White
home study courses. Stallions

A pioneer in conducting these NATTUnit Walk On The Wild Side
was Wm R. Harper who was l s s
[till 1 I'' The
Hospital Vikings
born July 26. 1856 at New Con-
cord, Ohio He got the merit of
providing extension education by Wednesday, July 31
mail recognized by colleges and try
universities after he became a 1 Mainside Naked Spur
NATTUnit Miracle Of The White
faculty member then the president -
at University of Chicago 4N Stallions

First correspondence course Harper Hospital Walk On The Wijid) Side
started\ was in Hebrew to en-
able Bible students to read original S 1Ati
texts. Civil Service Offers New

Extension courses of' colleges, rno..i
and of schools devoted solely to Exam For Steno, TypistThe

correspondence instruction have Executive Secretary of the
brought means of studying to hun-
Civil Board of Examiners
dreds of different students in Service ,
homes institutions military establishments NAS, Jacksonville announces anew
everywhere. examination for stenographer and
" [Above] William Ralney Harper and signature. I Below) Where > typist. This examination will be
the first to attend the Vincent summer camps landed at Fair. K. s i
used'to fill vacancies in Federal
Point, Lake Chautauqua. N. Y., a contemporary engraving.4'J .
'.. -. agencies in the counties of Baker,
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...._ .. .. ,.. with a zesty, taste-pleasing dressing. For shrimp Beginning salaries range from
week.
$68
$79
to
t. '''-:' over 37 years we've served shrimp salad salad per
The Civil Service Commissionhas
:"! 7t-. ..'t.: ;; i : prepared the same way. Since 1926we've I featured j lowered the age limits to 16

r... served over $6,000,000 worth everyday for high school graduates who

r over 12,000,000 portions of shrimp salad. otherwise meet examination re-
Always a refreshing warm weather onlySOcifflORBISOn1 I quirement.

change-of-pace treat, enjoy some today! Interested persons may obtain

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Oo -I. at any Post Offlc- or the Jack-
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Big "I" Sports Banquet Set I IThe


summer Intramural Sports participated in the Spring calendarof
"Ironman" Banquet has been sports here on the Station,
scheduled for the evening of Aug- are expected to attend. .-
ust 12 at the Bluejackets' Inn, The exact time of the banquet
according to NAS Athletic Director and.other information will appearIn
Frank McCaffrey.Over succeeding issues of the Air
40 Jax Navy units which News.


rr. ,Ar i ri Lt. Bvrchttt
y st i ,


VP-5, Cited By


Fleet Commander
SIG ,ut,,,

APatrol Squadron Five plane commander -
has received a Letterof

INSTALLATION OF Armed Forces Management Association Officers for the coming year was held Commendation from AdmiralH.
last Friday at the "0" Club. From left are George Derrick, treasurer; Rod D. Plnney, secretary; P. Sml.th" Commander-tn-Chief: ,
U. S. Atlantic, FJeeUHe] Is Lieu-
Louis B.. t.4Peteryvice! president (program); Captain R. H. Fagan, executive vice president and ; Chester Burchett .
tenant W. who
Captain J. R. Compton, president. Acting as installation officer was Cdr. Robert W. Radcliffe,HAS the
was presented letter the
at
Chaplain, far right. In foreground are Mrs. Compton and Rear'Admiral Robert GoldthwaIte, Com- Naval Air
Facltily, Sigonella,
FairJax and ComNabSix. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)) Sicily.He .

was cited for meritorious

achievement, outstanding com-
Offers Philatelists
Navy petence, and skillful application of
f OOF'S a'i'iiBEG1QLACEIb '
highly complex tactics which contributed ., '
Some "Cool" significantly to the
PostmarksPhilatelists
1.00KFORA successful culmination of an operation Z ZP.
NEl.P1N4}LAND.fNEE ... of a classified nature which-
may obtain covers postmarked in Navy post officesat END OF YOUR took place during the 1962 Quarantine -
the South Pole and Byrd Stations InAntarctica. In addition Navy ships ARM.f of Cuba. \ '
participating In Operation Deep Freeze during the 1963-64 Antarctic The unit Is permanently based
season and which operate Navy post offices, will postmark covers. here and Is now on a five-month.

Only one cover per personwillbe deployment to Sigonella. .
accepted for cancellation at During the Cuban Quarantine N u
Byrd and South Pole Stations.Ships post office address. VP-5 was employed tactically from
will accept not more than three Ships assigned to Operation Puerto Rico, Cuba and the United RIVERSIDE bankInterestrates '
Deep Freeze, with cutoff dates for States.
save you dollars ...
covers per person.
covers In parentheses, which
Postmarks from Byrd and South .Mw CA' MOM.M.Nv.M.Mr v.e.rroLOANS
operate Navy post offices are:USS
Pole Stations may be obtained by Hissem (August 15)), USS Atke Lady traveling with friend to
placing two addressed envelopeswith (October 1)), USS Glacier (October airline pilot: "Now don't start 1234 KING STREET 384-7541
going faster than ....
U.S. postage affixed, or accompanied sound. We wantto -
1)), and USCGC Eastwind (Decem- talk."
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Coupon for each cover requested Of-
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In and mail L
envelope
an fice, New York, N.Y. USS Burton
them to: DEEP FREEZE Philatelic Island (October 1)), can be reached JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN
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desired from only one station the date the vessel Is scheduled to
the word "Byrd" "Pole"shouldbe sail from the United States.Covers
Indicated on the lower left hand requested from ships will not be
corner of the cover. returned until after the ships re-
Covers must be mailed in timeto turn1 to the United States.
reach East Greenwich, R.I., After only $99.00 down

by Sept 1, 1963. ORGIN-Hunters Moon What
If postmarks from participatingships is a Hunter's Moon? The full moon 45-50 Miles Less PriceLess .>
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should place not more than three Moon the latter being the near- A USED Car

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sufficient International Reply day and night are equal. The term
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T" iiirseaa ----- -- USCG Det.Graduates.







a 120 ReservistsBy
r
K Marc Whetstone, J01

Graduation ceremonies were
held here last Friday for 120 Coast
Guard Reservists who spent the
'. past two weeks on active duty attending :
.........<' the local reserve detach-
''
'"
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1 r ment's Yeoman and Port Security _

FINAL INSPECTION..Commonder William H. Main, USCGR, Com Training Schools.
manding Officer of the Coast Guard Reserve Training Detachmentat Eighty of the reservists were
Jacksonville. insoects Reservists from Florida, Georgia and graduated from the security school
South Carolina who completed the two week yeoman training while 40 completed their yeoman _
course at Jacksonville July 19. At left is Ensign William G. studies.
Verge, USCGR of ORTUAG 07-83480 Opa ''Locka, Fla. who was These men were the first of
Officer-in-Charge of the yeoman school during his two weeks' active three groups of Coast Guard reservists -
duty for training. (U. S. Coast Guard Photo) to attend the NAS J ax-
based detachment training center.
Their curriculum here is designed eREPAIRING
GET AMISSILE to help fill In the active
requirements of reservists'duties

not provided through their home- A MOVIE Projector Is just one of the varied jobs ofa
AGE DEAL! town units, according to the detachment's Tradevman at Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit, Det.

commanding officer Two as demonstrated here by Phylis Hayes, TDAN one of four
,
Commander William H. Main, Waves at the unit. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, )

NEW CARS USCGR.This Is the tenth year the Coast

Lowest Prices Guard Reserve organization has

.=: Highest Trade-in Allowance headquartered a training detach-
;. .Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town ment In Jacksonville. Cdr. Main,
a native of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,
11 J has been the detachment's CO for R dq -
L i USED CARS the past seven years. : PH2.P1)I
Next Tuesday the commanderwill ,
: I Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots greet two leading Coast Guard m ',.p v IIM1M
I 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. admirals when they arrive here to PH2.P1)V
Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty observe the training practices and
I On Every Car Sold facilities made available to the re-
J i servists. They are Rear Admiral f d ap s
JiIL( I SHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50-FOOTMISSILE Louis M. Thayer, Chief of the
Office of Reserves with head-
quarters In Washington, D.C., and p
@J GORDONTHOMPSO"Jacksonville's Rear Admiral J.Stephens,Com-
mander of the 7th Coast Guard District -
in Miami, AccompanyingRAdm. _
Center"MAKE
Stephens win be the Director -
of the Reserves for the 7th -
/
Coast Guard District Captain
Sidney Hay, USCG.
SURE RAdm. Thayer previously vis- .
ited the detachment In June duringa .
r iir1D familiarization( and Inspection gF."b. J/
tour of Coast Gurad reserve I :{
YOUR NEW HOME Installations throughout RAdm.Stephens' .
district.
The day after their arrival the
ISA two admirals will be hosted at a SAY AHHI Clara Edwards SN, assists Lieutenant Commander G.
noon luncheon by Rear Admiral E. Kane in filling a tooth at the NAS Dental Department. (Navy
Robert Goldthwaite, ComFalrJax, Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))
RESALEVALUEPROTECTED and Captain James R. Compton,
NAS Commanding Officer. Station Waves

INVESTMENT! (Continued From Page 1))

serve as Yeomanettes during WWL
In July of 1942 WAVES (Women
.I Accepted, for Voluntary Emer-
Preferred AreaMaintenanceFree
r Quality Construction INCOME INVESTMENT gency Service) were accepted into
the Navy as Reserves. became -
They
/ Low Price and Monthly PaymentsIn *
10,000 SHARES OF 7% PARTICIPATING PREFERRED part of the Regular Navy In
STOCK OF REDI-MILL CORPORATION. MANUFAC- 1948.
Westuvod you get all three. TURERS OF AUTOMATIC FARM FEED MILLS FOR Today there are some 4,000
Come out today and see for yourself. THE POULTRY AND LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY. enlisted women on active duty.
Some of the jobs they now hold

3 & 4 Bedrooms, 1 1. Hi & 2 Baths INTEREST RATE l 'PAYABLE SEMLANNUALLY, Include Disbursing Clerk,
$10,950.$12l OO-FHA.VA Terms PLUS PARTICIPATION IN 20% OF THE COMPANIES Tradevman, Photographers Mate,
ANNUAL NET PROFITS Air Controlman, Personnelman,
Only 3.$79 Month PAR VALUE $10.00 CALL-
ABLE AFTER FIVE YEARS. Yeoman, Journalist, and Dental
Technician's.The .
cONVNIt KI THIS IS NOT AN CFFERING. Director of the Waves at
OFFERING
u
IS
PROSPECTUS ONLY. MADE BY at the present time is Captain
Viola B. Sanders, Assistant Chiefof
ff Naval Personnel for Women.
Tkt "MIRACLE MILE" FOR YOUR FREE COpy OF PROSPECTUS AND RE- Today Waves are stationedin
LATED INFORMATION WRITE.....
Hawaii, France
of NEW MAINTENANCE-FREE QUALITY HOMES Englandand
N. $ Spain.
HUFFMAN
By HOWARD and DAVIE COMPANY There are 142 Waves assigned to
Just off 103rd St. 605 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BLDG. the station here......Ill at Naval
1 Mile West of Blanding Blvd. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OR CALL EL3.1773 Air Station Malnside; 17 at the
Naval Air Technical Training Unl t;
six at the Navy Finance Office;
four at the Naval Air Reserve
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JULY 2S; 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11United's

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Lt. Mr. Holtoi

(Continued from Pose 1))

of smoking 'Hash Hlsh as It was
military called by the armed forces
stationed in the Canal Zone."
Senator Russell's secretary sent
the letter on to the Adjutant Gen-

standby fare lets eral requesting a report. Soon
you fly thereafter the law was amended...
making marijuana a narcotic
where ever the Stars and Stripeswere


at half the let Coach fare on In the 1939 flown.In Navy, Cdr.. and Holton was assigned reenllsted to

the Receiving Station at Philadel
phia, Pa. to assemble personneland
records for new crews of old
WWI destroyers being put into
commission. He served aboard one
of these, the destroyer USS Masonsfor
10 months on neutrality
patrols.. He later went to Hali
Hew One-Class jets fax. Nova Scotia to assist in
turning over WWI destroyers to
Britian.In .
January 1944, Cdr. Holton as
a YN2. went back to Panama on
TF D the Staff of Commander Fleet
Air Wing :.Three. While in Pan-
ama WWII began. He was pro-
-. NtTEe moted to YNI and then chief yea

man.His
first air station duty was
at Quonset Point, R. L In 1943
where he served as Rear Admiral
Calvin T. Durgin's personal sec-
retary.
tie received his appointment to
Warrant Officer (Ships Clerk) In
June, 1944 and then was assignedto
First Class Caravelle jets Ami In the Aleutian (Alaska
area) as personnel officer of 1800
1). (except on "Executive" flights) men chain.located up and down the Aleutian -

TENA'
On August 15, 1945 after 13
months as WO he was promoted
to Lieutenant (ig).
With the end of the War In
June 1946 he was assigned toStaff,
Chief Naval Air Technical Train-
ing Center, Memphis, Tenn.
His first tour at NAS Jacksonville -
began In June 1950. He
was assigned to the billet of Mili-
tary Personnel Officer, I&E
Officer, Discipline Officer and
Assistant Shore Patrol Officer.
After two years here he went
to Italy as Personnel Officer, on
the Staff of Commander Fleet Air
Eastern Atlantic and Mediterr-
Regular jet Coach anean and then returned here in
1954, "at the same desk and same '
(or fat Class if Coach is full) job but with two assistants". Thenon

4 to MATS, Scott Air Force Base,
III, which was the best sea dutyof
my Naval career", said the
commander.In .
September 1960 he returned
Jacksonville and, the same Job
and the same desk again.
Commander Holton Is also an
ordained Advent Christian min-
ister. He preaches every third
Sunday at Holton's Chapel at So-
perton, Ga. .The Chapel was found-
ed 95 years ago by his great-
grandfather. His grandfather and
father both served as at
pastors
This fare applies on all United propeller If you're on permanent change of station the ChapeL

flights, too. Just come to the United ticket orders, you'll also enjoy a 66-pound free In Jacksonville, he teaches an
base airlines ticket office baggage allowance. This extension of mili- Adult Sunday School Class, and an
counter or your Evening Bible Class each Sundayand
(JAMTO in uniform and ,with a copy of tary standby fares is another step in Is chairman of the Official
leave authorization or discharge paUnited's program to increase travel bene- Board of West Jacksonville Advent
your Christian Church, corner of
pers (within seven days after discharge). fits for military personnel IIItW lls and McDuff Sfreets. Phy-

Commander Holton and his wife
THf tXTHA 2AIIIUII.' UNITED Susie M. have one daughter,
Pamela D., age 15. They plan a
trip to California and Nevada upon
Choose Halted oa your next leave or furlough his retirement. Upon his returnto
Jacksonville he will be In the
Insurance business with the Union
Central Life Insurance Co.

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PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS
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NAS Parachute Loft: HowImportant




Is Its' Mission ?


BY Ens. Alex Daunis

Have you ever strapped on a parachute and wondered If it will really work when you need it? Do you
look at the card to see when it was last Inspected? Do you know what Is done when It is Inspected, where
the rest_of the survival gear on the aircraft is located?
One of the most important Itemsin
an aircraft is its survival gear. inspected thoroughly for tears and or used.
The pilots and the aircrew dependon other Imperfections in the The Mark VII life rafts and
the fact that this equipment parachute material rigging and Mark II life vests are inspected
operate correctly, the first time, harness straps. After all the nec- every 90 days and subjected to an
if they ever have to use it. The essary repairs and modificationshave inflation test. The life rafts are

_n__ center for repair,maintenance and been made, the whole rig is blown up to a pressure of 2 psi
repacking of all the parachutes, hung in the drying room. If the and are required to maintain at
CONSTANT INSPECTION insures that all 'chutes are packed pro- life rafts, and life vests used 'chute has been used itis screenedand least 1.5 psi after 24 hours. If
perly at the NAS Parachute Loft. Here a parachute is examinedfor aboard the station is the Integrated usually used for a cargo par- the equipment does not meet the
possible tears and other imperfections by R. T. Perkins, PR3,, Parachute Loft In Bldg. 148. achute. minimum standards, it is repaired -
A. R. Brescia PRCA, who is in charge of Quality Control and E. Grouped under the Aviation The airing process gets rid of or replaced lilt is more
0. Ness, PR2. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) Equipment Branch, Shops Divisionof any moisture that has been ab- than five years old. In addition,
the Aircraft Maintenance De- sorbed by the parachute since its there are modifications that must
partment, the Parachute Loft last i inspection. Twenty-four hours be made, from time to time, in
services equipment from all of the later, the parachute is taken down, order to provide for the comfortof
dial E87676 squadrons based aboard the Naval spread on one of the tables, and the (people using it.
Air Station. Inspected again. Anything that may One of these modifications is the
MILITARY The Aviation Equipment Division have been overlooked before is new foam rubber collar that is put
Officer is Lieutenant J. F spotted in this process. From this on the Mark II life vest. Aircrews -
Manley and the Parachute Loft time on, there is a constant inspection are said to be more comfortable -
E Officer is Lieutenant ( Junior of the parachute and the during their long flightnow
UTO LIA grade ) J. W. Duncan. The per- packing process by Chief that the backs of their necks
manetly assigned group is headedup Brescia's Quality Control Group. are protected by these collars.As .
by W. M. Marshall PROS,pre- One of these men will observe each the rafts are packed, a
..1rlRe.rrroiaiioar:less viously an instructor at the Ft. step in the packing process. After check is made to insure that the
IWNCEMU Bragg Jump School and A. R. they are finished, the 'chutes are dye markers, fishing gear, solar
MCDQUGALL'S r Brescia, PRCA who is in chargeof returned to their squadrons and inspected stills, desalting gear, signaling
11oe.e.dc>sl. .IW xs, stJ .1n. Quality ControL A nucleus of again by the squadron'sown mirror, radar reflector, poncho,
experienced parachute riggers is parachute riggers. This constant oars, and emergency rations are
permanently assigned to the Loft, inspection process insures in the proper compartments.
MAX WIG A MOVE and the rest of the personnel are that each squadron will received The oxygen regulators are
supplied by the squadrons on the the best possible product. AD parachutes tested every two months to make
Rent A station. Thus, the final productsare are aired and repacked sure that they will operate cor-
NEW FORD Truck subjected to an intensive and every 60 days whether cracked rectly at high altitudes. Any repairs -
comprehensive inspection by experienced are made right in the shop.
VANS personnel.The
STAKES three principal functions of
** PICKUPS the Integrated Parachute Loft are
LIFT GATES .
PANELS the repair and repacking of par-
achutes, inspection and main-
Move,Yourself tenance of the survival gear pack- s.
And Save Up To 50% SPECIALLONG.DI ages and life vests, and periodic r
STANCE testing and repair of the oxygen
RATES regulators.As .

an example, a patrol squadron -
will send in all the
NAJiA 311 W. STATE ST. par-
.. EL 3-8611I4 achutes from one of its planes
I C R NTA every 60 days. There are usually
1 110 JULIA ST. 15 of them in a group. As soon
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[ : SPoRTSiU W. From HopefulAs Net Men Jax:




Son 6 Well On + s

Way play got underway In this
year's Sixth Naval District Ten-
nis Tournament, being held at
To Swimming 50 Miles"The NAS Cecil Field July 22-25 mat-

ches shaped up as contests that
trick to it is keeping the may be decisive on the outcome of
beginner in the water," was J.E. skis The and boy in swims, dives, water the All-Navy tournament next
Casado's comment about his six general pursues every month.
year old son, Glenn. Glenn has could natural Inclination that a little boy Two favorites In the tournament,
have to water
undertaken an aqua-challenge, at sports. who had gained the quarterfinalsby
the NAS Indoor Pool that few "As a family we spend at least Monday afternoon. were t _
youngsters, his age, are likely to 80, of our leisure time in the Lt. Dick Gaskill of Cecil Field -
water." commented the chief.. 1962 All-Navy Champ and Eldon v
The older
try.The boy, a six year old In June, Red Cross Water Casados is a Williams of Pensacola, an All- _
has begun and has completed 91/2 who Safety Instructor Navy quarter-finalist last year.
teaches classes
at the Indoor -
toward the Red
miles Cross 50- Other quarter-finalists were
Pool when time
.
mile swim. It Is a chore that one and his wife Suzette permits.He have Leon Dulln. NASJax; James.
two
can take in Installments of selected other children, one who is named Bryant, NAS Pensacola; Wayne
distances to qualify for a patch Renee is likely to be a mermaidIn Martin NAS Glynco; ems
and is usually tried by more experienced her own right. She is a little Winterbotham NAS Glynco; Steve
swimmers.J.E. 2 1/2 year old girl who splashes Nix, NAS Pensacola;and Lawrence
Casados, AEC, an Instructor Roelofsz. NAS Glynco. I
around in the water under one of
at AEA school at NATTU the brother's watchfull and Entered in the men's senior division -
said, "Glenn would likely have will likely be the next 50-tniler.eyes this year is a player who
completed most of the milage on If the water enthusiastic was All-Navy runnerup in the open
'the swim'if we had begun loggingit isn't family division last year. Chief Leon Wil-
swimming at a pool
earlier." According to the chief, their off hours can bet during son from NAS Jax.
Glenn has been swimming since he bottom dollar they'll you be your In the men's doubles,LT.Gaskill 6ND TENNIS ENTRANTS fro. Jax Navy who played the courts
was 3 1/2 years old but has really their boat somewhere launching teamed with Lt. (jg) John Sutor of at HAS Cecil Field this week areL to R) Leon Wilson, Dean D...
been on his own for only a for a day of water fun. preparing Cecil Field who captured South be and Leon Dolin. Wilson, last years All-Navy Men's Open r....-
couple years now. Atlantic Regionals doubles last nerup, this year advanced to the senior division. (Navy Photo by
year (Tuesday's scores were unavailable Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))
I .. .' . H. .. at press time).
Top players in the tournament
\.< ,;;" ? qualify for the Regional Tour-
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,<< ''' nament at Bainbridge Md. next
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Hospital "63 Diamond Kings:



After 3-1 Victory Over VP-30

By ,
By virtue of a sixth Inning home run, the Hospital softball team von the final game 3-1 over the VP-
30 in the NAS Intramural Softball Play-Offs at Enterprise Field last Thursday night. _
VP-30 had gained the finals by : rI )
defeating NARTU the team that The anxiety was high for the other. I -
had sent them to the losers bracketin corpsmen too, as they had lost only The pitchers warmed up with
the first game of the Play-Offs. two ball games in the regular season..both fervent anticipation to holding
A crowd had come and the to VP-30. their respective rivals to as few
bleachers were full, the parkinglots A person could tell the umps scores as possible.
crammed and each team's respective were giving the game special VP-30s lead-off man, Don
fans were in a rootin treatment as they sensed along Ondo walked and was driven in on
mood. with everyone else, that the game a triple by Julian Lewis in the top
The teams too, were fired up. was to be close and that of the first inning to get the game
It was the do-or-die game for VP- enthusiasm would be high. off to what looked like a fast pace.
30 since they had already lost one To add to the gamemanship,was Not to be outdone, the first two VICTORY GAME Hospital's Ed McDonough belts one during
game in the'double elimination the fact that VP-30 and Hospitalare Hospital men singled and the, NAS IM Championship game against VP.30, which:the Corpsmenwon
tournament and they would nec- the two frontrunners in'Mron- lead-off man, Jim Dwiggins, 3-1. 30's catcher is Chuck Fields, umpire is Joe Sir cessarily have to beat the Hospitalteam man Points" ( an all-sports scored a free score when the VP- Photo by Ron Gardner PH2.P1))
in two successive games. award.and) one could gain on the 30 pitcher walked the following two
batters.At .
1-1 the game slowed to a .
SENSATIONALHONDA. pitching duel with but one VP-
30 threat when they loaded the
bases in the fourth inning with but
one out.They.
were checked however,
-- and the game remained the same
:; -\) -j\. until the bottom of the sixth when
big Joe Counts uncorked a two run
homer giving the Hospital a 3-
I 1 margin and an NAS Champion-
ship and a point gain on the overall -
f sports award.


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.$675 FULL PRICE .$279 FULL PRICE :-
.$125 DOWN, $42 PER MO .$40 DOWN, $23 PER MO. ONE OF TWO SINGLES earned by Hospital's nine during the NAS
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.MORE THAN 100 M.P.H. .FULLY ENCLOSED CHAIN ( ). Stretching for the throw is first baseman Julian Lewis. Hospital
.100 MILES PER GALLON MORE THAN 200 M.P.G. won the title behind a close score of 3 to 1. (Navy Photo by
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Champion leaves Jacksonville tomorrow -
for a 12-day Armed first taste of competition while from 10-12 p.m. with womens
I I Forces Judo Clinic being held July stationed at Key West Fla. classes for all ages being held
!I 29August 10 at Lowry AFB, Since then, as a member of the from noon until 1:30 p.m., on Sat-
Denver Colo. Jax club, he has led the local mat urdays.
, The 26-year old wearer of the men in a number of state-wide Anyone interested in judo Instruction -
, first degree black belt expects to events. So far this year Jones has can contact Stewart on
\ be the only Navy participant from participated in tournaments at Ext. 8544 or visit the club any-
I this region of the U.S. to attend Tampa, St. Petersburg. EauGal-
i (1038 Kings Ave. 1037 Hendricks Ave. 398.3418 this first annual judo summer lie, Homestead and Orlando. Fla. time.Link
.. '. OPEN-EVENINGS practice session. The clinic is The Orlando matches were held Tourney
I designed to help up and coming July 20-21 at which time Jones took
I LIII judomen in various techniques and second place In the'135-pound and Set
Ii i to give experts a chance to look under class. His teammate, D.L. Aug. 15
Serving : over prospective choices to makeup Stewart placed third in this Southeastern -
military teams to be sent to Invitational Judo Tour- For JuniorsA
the Kodokan School in Tokyo. nament.
US-CECIL FIELD Japan. Other entrants from Jackson- 36-hole medal play juniorgolf
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/ ., : tournament is on tap at the NAS
, While in Colorado Jones will ville in the Orlando tourney were
and the receive Instructions from some of D.L. Shifley, white belt and M.P. green August 15-16. '
j \1 YOu wnmn the top national and internationalJudo Sullivan, blue belt junior division. There will be three brackets
, ,, artists. Among them will be Jones can usually be seen at running for 14 years old and over,
' AREA Kazuo Shinohara, fifth degree the Jax Navy Judo Club locatedIn 10 to 13 years old, and nine years
IIBILE) HOME j.aIs black belt (there are 10 degrees), Building 726. When not travel- old and under.
who is twice National AAU Overall Ing to tournaments he is very Entry fee for the two-day, no
,. Champion. active In teaching the an of Judoto handicap affair is $L Deadline for
FROM L. ] "This is a great opportunity for newcomers and trainees. entries is August 13.
\ me," says Jones. "It will be the Classes at the club are held for
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 15



ii Navy-Jax AllStarsWork


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Up To Finals


Rv Jack Boniface
Morris Weaver pitched and three singles to drive in Hudginswith
batted the Navy Jax-All-Stars to the final run. This singleby
a 4-3 win over the Bartow All- Weaver turned out to be the
r Stars at Rollins Field in Winter winning blow.
a s Park, last Thursday, which gave Once receiving a lead although
rr 1 e .. them the District Championshipand only 4-2, Weaver mowed gown the
but two games shy of the State Bartow batters In the last six
Championship.To Innings allowing only two hits and
start the scoring Bartow giving up only an unearned run.
Jumped on Morris for two solid In all Weaver struck out nine while
4 4i
L i hits in the first Inning followinga walking only two.Jax .
rd9.
@
hit batsman for two runs.
4, There was no scoring until the Hosts
I 6[ top of the third when Travis took
___ rA third on a passed ball Lee Wen- Suns
STATE TITLE BOUND Navy Jax AILStor Little Leaguers, flanked by their manager Stan Browning ger walked and also stole second. Moody ;
(L) and coach W. A. Weaver (R), are (front row L to R) Lee Wenger, Bob Casey, Morris Weaver, This set up one of the most daring
Travis 'IMonghom Mike Kordek; (back row) Gary VanAuken, Chuck Covington, Brent Shore, Tom plays in Baseball. Travis Man- Salute NavyJax
Browning, Coy Whitener, Ricky Stonebreoker, Wayne Sawning, Bill Hudgins, and Earnest Herbert. gham broke for the plate while
(Navy Photo by Jim Padgett) the Bartow pitcher was winding Navy IM diamondmen will
While Mangltam wascharging down host the Air Force squad from
the line, Brent Shore tapped a perfect Moody AFB, Ga., tomorrow and
Fish Chief r 4 bunt down the third base Saturday on Enterprise Field.
Says line, letting Mangham easily score Tomorrow's double header will
the first Navy-Jax run. To top begin at 3:30 p.m. to enable the
Fla. Angling off this well executed squeeze, players to take in the "Salute to
Shore beat the throw to first Navy Nite" being sponsored by
for a hit. After Shore stole second the Jacksonville Suns baseball
TopsTime Bill Hudgins singled home team at Sun Stadium. Tickets for
two runs. Another stolen baseput the Sun-Maple Leafs clash are on
and Hudgins on second. Morris tale at Special Services (Bldg.
seasons stand
still Weaver then his second of for 50
when you fish in Florida. No got 704)) cents.. _

matter what the weather,
your
chances of catching fish exceeds JI I
that of fishermen in any other ,rI
state., said J.W. Woods, fisheries I
chief, Game and Fresh Water Co-
'mmlssloru

According to Woods., many,fish
ermen have a tendency to slow up
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their fishing "
activity during the
summer months due to a belief that .;tii'I' ',,;':
fish stop biting in hot weather. : .,.{) SAVE! This Weekend OnlyDo
Actually, It's'
not the fish, but the
fishermen, that don't like the hot A/C MAINT ANGLER CONTESTANTS receive prizes from department You Hove To Turn Out The Lights to Watch TV
weather. head Cdr. E. H. Daughtrey for registering largest single catches Don't Ruin Your Eyes They Can Never Be Replaced!

Woods said the persistent fish- during annual two month fishing contest sponsored by Air- Now For the First Time You Con
erman is the most successful fish craft Maintenance Department. Two awards were given for salt Have A FIRST QUALITY Hi- S
erman, and listed a series of water, two for freshwater catches. Winners are (L to R) R. G. Man. Beam 21" PICTURE TUBE 1895

"things to do" to help insure a ning, AMCM ((2 lb., 3/4 oz. saltwater trout); Lt (jg) J. B. Boyette for Only.... .
successful, safe and enjoyable ((2 lb., 4 oz. black bass); R. G. Hudson, AKC ((3 lb., 1 oz. red :m""'!:'''''''''''''' mast sets/
fishing trip: bass); and Roger Austin, AK3 ((10 oz. bream) (Navy Photo by Ron : w'cf:': YEAR
Hire a guide If you're not fam- Gardner, PH2-p 1)) lii ,
iliar with the water, or fish with In
someone that is acquainted with :::::::' livery Way!
local conditions. r:: ":m;m ::::::::::
Talk with local fishermen and rrATH\\ T SERVICE I }

get their opinion of when, where, : tf:
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late evening hours and keep alert t' I
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