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Marines Offer T .

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Guerrilla Plan

A new Marine Corps plan that Vol. 20 No. 7 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 17 May 1962

could provide decisive victories

against enemy guerrilla bands Armed Forces Show Features Parachutists
has been outlined by Major Gen- Day

eral John P. Condon, Commander -

of the Fleet Marine Force

Seventh Fleet. : :k :: Gates Open At Noon For

GEN Condon stated that the
concept is basically designed to

inflict stinging defeats on guerrilla ; HouseI,4.
bands by the use of the fol- .. Sunday's Open

lowing program: -

1. An alert force of both heli- The air above NAS Jax will be filled with parachutists
copters and assault troops stand- Sunday afternoon in what will be the featured attraction of
ing constant vigil at bases near an Open House program in observance of Armed Force Day.
territory where guerrilla bandsare Approximately 40 personnel of
demonstrate at 1445 the techni-
known to operate. the Army's Special Forces Group,
in extinguishinga
ques employed
a reserve unit commanded by
2. As soon as an attack occurs, LTCOL Henry Wolfs, will begin burning" plane and rescuing a
word is radioed back to the base their jumps at 1330 over the area "pilot.
by a highly developed system of near the runways opposite the
communications and intelligencework. parade ground. The Army men 3 Mayport Ships

will bail out in groups of four Hold Open HouseThe
from two Navy R4D aircraft in
3. The moment word reachesthe
public is invited to in-
10 passes over drop zone.
alert force their to
three ships at Mayporton
s GATES FOR THE Open House sped
counter-attack is in motion.
Saturday and Sunday in
will be open from noon until
GEN Condon said that because' 1700. conjunction with the Armed
helicopters can rush assult troopsto The Special Forces group is a Forces Day observance.
the scene of an attack by commando-type unit trained for Holding open house Satur-
flying at tree-top level they guerilla activities behind enemy day and Sunday from 1000 to
have an excellent chance to trap lines in time of combat. The 1600 will be the aircraft car
the guerrillas before they disap- group has detachments scatteredin rier USS Saratoga, the guided
pear into the countryside.When Florida, Alabama and North missile frigate Luce and the
Carolina. Sunday's jumps will be destroyer tender Yellowstone.THE .
flying at low altitude the made by an all-Jacksonville
craft are hard to hit with ground OPEN HOUSE PERFORMERS-Three members of Com- contingent. STATIC DISPLAYS to
fire, he said, but need support pany "A" of the U. S. Army's 13th Special Forces Group load Demonstrations and static dis- be seen in Hangar 116, will include -
from other aircraft while un- their parachutes and other gear aboard an'RID for a trial run
in preparation for their series of parachute jumps to be staged plays make up the remaining two outstanding exhibits.
loading the
troops on ground.He
Sunday during Armed Forces Day Open House here at NAS portion of the program. Follow- One shows the "Medical Effectsof
added that the 25,000 Mar- Jax. Left to right they are LT William Moore CPL Richard ing the paradrops at 1330 there Nuclear Weapons." The otheris
ines under his command are Grier and SGTISTCL Joe Collins. Some 40 members of the will be a helicopter demonstration a "Civil War Display" which
Special Forces Group will begin Jumping at 1330. The
ready to move anywhere in Asiaon zone will be onnosite the parade ground area. Gates for open at 1430 in the Hangar 116 depicts a comparsion of weapons
24-hour notice. house open at 1200. _ Area. Navy firefighters will used then and now. The Naval
Hospital here will illustrate

electrocardiography, sugar test,
Exams For Naval
Preliminary AF DAY AGENDAHere operating room table and associa-
ted equipment and X-ray tech-
niques. Other displays will de-

Academy Appointments July 5 is the schedule of events for Sunday's Armed note survival material, work per-
formed by Seabees, industrial
Forces Day Open House at NAS Jacksonville: aircraft exhibits, insect control
The preliminary screening examination for Navy and carried out by the local Disease
Marine Corps personnel seeking Secretary of the Navy
ap- 1200-Band concert, ComFairJax band, Hangar 116. Vector Control Center and oth-
pointment to the U. S. Naval Academy will be given on ers. Movies will be shown

July 5.Examinations. the The latest
1315-Hand-to-hand combat, 13th Special Forces throughout day.
must be ordered
the United States and single. Navy aircraft and Air Force
from the Naval Examining Cen- Regular Navy and Marine Group, on football field. planes will also be open for
ter, Great Lakes, 111., prior to Corps enlisted men and Reserves! public inspection.A .

May 31, so early requests are on extended active duty are eli- 1330-Parachute Jumps by Army's 13th Special band concert by the Com-
desirable. gible for consideration for this FairJax band will open the day's
Forces Group. Drops will be made over area op-
Those persons successfully program. proceedings at about 1200.

passing the examination will be Marine Corps applicants must posite parade ground. In a move that proved a sen-
assigned to the Naval Prepara- have a minimum GCT of 120, Ora sation last year, the Station's Supply

tory School, Bainbridge, Md., fora minimum score of 120, deter- 1430-Helicopter demonstration, displaying maneu- Department will again give
course of instruction, provided mined by the sum of the verbal, away free cookies and other
they meet the other qualifica- arithmetic reasoning and pattern verability of aircraft.1445Firefighting baked goods to all children

tions. analysis test scores divided by throughout the day.

Applicants must be not less three of the aptitude area class- demonstration by Navy fire- In other weekend Armed Forces
ification testing. Day activities, a mass formation
than 17 nor may they have pass- fighters at Hangar 116 area.
ed their 21st birthday on July Navymen must have a com- of Navy aircraft will conduct a
bined GCT-ARI of 118 to qual- in the Jacksonville
1 of the year in which they are flyover area
admitted to the Naval Academy. ify. 1700-Gates closed for Open House. at 1030 Saturday and members of

They must be a high school Further information on this the Armed Forces will participateIn
graduate or pass a satisfactoryhigh progam may be obtained from Static displays of gear and equipment and aircraftcan the Lions Club parade to beheld

school GED test score. Fur- BuPers Note 1531 of April 25 or be seen In Hangar 116 area. I Saturday at 1030 in down-
ther, they must be citizens of. the CI&E Center, Bldg. 955. town Jacksonville.



JAX AIR NEWS 17 May 1952
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CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer
COR Walter J. Sdlub Executive Officer to
fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND
RAM Joseph M. Carson Commander (
CAPT VIncent Casey Chief. of Staff

Fleet Air Wing Eleven } _
__ _
ooT Gilbert J. Freuenhel" Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cowert Chief Staff Officer -
Naval Air Technical Training Unit __ [
CAPT Harh.1 D. Allen Commanding Officer
CUR Eugene F. V.rdery Executive Officer _

Navel Hospital t
CAIIT J. M. Hanner Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tolins Executive Officer
Navel Air Reserve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commending Officer
COR William M. Miller Executive Officer
Printed commerlcatly with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at
no expend to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July }
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air s'' }' ,,; :{t ;;rp' :t
} +
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Jackionvllle, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing .,,.x.r': ? :
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. t;?'.
CDR Alex N. Mclnnli, Jr. Service Information Officer i v_ c f,
Andrew H. Planey Aiiiitant Service Information Officer '3k' 't' q: "k 4, yr'cc't ;
$tai.. s fa? r rs .5
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News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JO1 Marc Whetstone ; i: y F

J01 Sandy Martinion J03 Robert Doddi, SA. c.. ...."
; ; "DUTCH CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenheim, Commander FAW-11,. was host low mem-
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- VISITORS-
12. All members of the club are
Club of Jacksonville Saturday. May natives
ben of the Holland
ternationil Councils of Industrial Editors.
of the Station included a visit to
Netherlands. The group's lour Operations,
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material or descendents of the der Oudermeulen. Vice Consul
Edward C. van for the
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit I Is given. Photographs several squadrons and the Naval Hospital.
the luncheon at the Officers
Anfonisse. presided at Club.
.*. Netherlands and his wife and Hendrick J.
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy
John Towers Field are (left to right) Cor Vandenberg, his wife
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Shown here reading the plaque at
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. Nel, and Marian and Frans Antonisse.

Bonds Not UDT Age Limit

BondageIs Liberty vs Communism

Of FreedomPeople Lowered; SeekApplications

Way (Editor Note : This is the second in a series of articles

taken from "Ideas in Conflict, Liberty and Communism,

in the Armed Forces and their families are being (DOD Pamphlet 3-11", published by the Directorate for

urged this month and through June, to take part in the Armed Forces Information and Education, DOD.)
1962 Freedom Bond Drive-the first such campaign to be The Commander in Chief, At- The men who founded our Republic assumed that Lib

launched by the Treasury since the Korean War. The fact lantic Fleet this week announcedin erty was a natural right of the people, and one of the basic

is. none of us should need much persuasion to act in what is ALLANTFLT 19 that the age purposes of government was to ensure and preserve this

so obviously our own best Interest-Savings Bonds are a limit for Underwater Demolition right. However, governments have many functions other

bargain, as Americans have demonstrated by buying more Team training has been loweredto than defining and protecting the rights of citizens.The .

than $44 billion worth in the past 21 years. 18 years. varied- of
The same notice urgently re- purposes religion, of speech, of the press
You might say, in short, that these bonds have becomea ernment in modern democracyare
fixture of what we call "the American way of life." Every quested qualified personnel to well explained in the Pream- and of individual action.
volunteer for the UDT class Individualism is the doctrineor
time we add to our Series E or H collection we are practicing con- ble of the Constitution of the
democracy in its most fundamental form-we are investingin vening July 2. in 1789 practice based on the assumption
Male enlisted of United States, adopted that the individual, and not
the future. That future is two-fold-it is the nation's, as personnel any
which reads
the greatest power of the Free World, and it is our own, for rating or pay grade may be eli- : society, is the paramount end or
each bond we acquire strengthens our own financial security. gible to apply for UDT. They "We the People of the United consideration of social control In

How unique this opportunity is, which the Savings Bond must meet rigid physical and States, in Order to form a more ethics, this doctrine holds that I

program offers us-a chance to be patriotic in a practical psychological standards and be perfect Union establish Justice, all values, rights and duties originate

manner and make a tidy profit in so doing. Can we thinkof at least Second Class Swimmers.Men ensure domestic Tranquility, in the inlerest of serving

any other investment offering greater satisfaction? Can selected for the class will provide for the common defence, the individual rather than in

we think of a safer one? be trained at the U. S. Naval promote the general Welfare, and serving society as a whole.

Underwrite Your Country's Might-Keep Freedom in Amphibious School, Little Creek, secure the Blessings of Libertyto Intelligent men and women always

Your Future. These are the slogans of the Freedom Bond Va. ourselves and our Posterity, seek for guides to distin-

Drive. They should bring enthusiastic response from Ameri- Interested personnel may ob- do ordain and establish this Con- guish between what, on the one

cans of all groups. But if there is any one group that should tained further information on this stitution for the United States of hand, is "good" or beneficial for

demonstrate a special kind of alacrity in answering their schooling from the CI&E Cen- America." each and all, and what, on the

call, that group is surely us-the men and women of the ter, Bldg. 955.Honorary. The clauses of the Constitution other hand, is "bad" in the sense

Armed Forces. Like Savings Bonds, we are a vital part of following the Preamble, of being hurtful to both the indi-

America's security. Our leadership in the weeks ahead give the Federal Governmentpower vidual and the community. The

should set a pattern for others to follow. Aviator to carry on these functionsof problem of ultimate values can-

government as well as powerto not be sidestepped in any hon

.... ,,, Cards Given 125 tax citizens for these political and
::: ;5;}::}}::r:::'k:+:?r :+;: pur- est attempt to assess
kfeOLShOm.dCQK'G YApdYyoy2c ro vt k001?+,LFt, >y,. ',., 'F99 i+.?4WL'4KrSiiSw
.?j.t"t. poses. Many of these powers, social ideas.
a Students At VP-18 particularly the powers relating This study is a comparison of

: : :' .: to the promotion of the general the ideas that underlie the two
&a Age, physical requirements and welfare
permit restrictions upon important systems democracyand
other conditions were cast aside the liberty of individual citi- communism. Each system

last week at Patrol Squadron 18 careful definition. In
when Honorary Naval Aviator zens.A
consideration of is based on
these pow- general, democracy
} cards were issued to 125 sixth ers brings of the indi-
R rt us to the distinctionto liberty or freedom
grade students, parents and be made freedom of
teachers between liberty and vidual. It includes
who the were indoctrinatedthere individualism. Liberty lays em- religious belief, of conscience, of
on electronic
lethal wondersand phasis on the freedom of the individual speech and of individual action,
power of VP-18's as
"Neptune" bombers including freedom of except under such restraints
and naval the
aviation in are necessary to preserve
SN rights of others or the good or
Following a tour of the squadron /
the community.
the group lunched on stand- f3VtS'J.: 14f' normally!
ard Navy flight lunches This political system

pre- frequent
operates as, and is also
: pared by the NAS Flight Galley, consti
.. representative
ly called
:,. while being shown the History
tutional and
of Naval Aviation and a film on government of
the Blue Angels in the officer's provides for a large measure

wardroom.It free economic enterprise.The .

was noted that opposing system com-
k many of the complete
youngsters were related to munism-today means and
Navymen on active governmental ownership
of pro-
of all means
accounting for the management
unusual interest :'
..;: distriubtion of
duction and
displayed by them
ADRIFT FOR A MINUTE-Four sixth during the
graders experiencea includes
the It also
ride in a Nary life raft, compliments of VP-18, last week when tour. .... Z. goods. and social
some 125 youngsters, teachers and chaperons visited the squad The new honorary aviatorswere control of all political call
ron during their tour of the Station. The group also visited the from the Interlachen Elementary WjljjjJX life by what the Communists
squadrons ordnance and electronic departments as well as School W4 aJ HECH EDTOUT; the dictatorship of the proletariat. -
walking through a patrol bomber for a closeup look Inside. Interlachefl. MENTIONEDSOMETHINQ J.lE form of
Conducting the tour, which included showing a movie about the Fla., and Thomas Jefferson Ele- REvecoRATlNt.OuR ABouT Communism is thus a -

Navy Blue Angels was LTJG L. J. Hoffer. mentary School Jacksonville. ROq W.I SUNK totalitarianism and authoritarianism.



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Tommy Tyler Is FourthIn M.pWMv M

k31f1 jwl4 .... i i2x1

National Science FairTommy a {' A

Tyler, early this month placed fourth in the 11 \ It \ '? _____
field of medicine in the National Science Fair held at

Seattle, Washington. .
I Tommy is me son 01 rnoto
Intelligenceman First Class and

Mrs. H. F. Tyler. Tyler is assigned -
to the Fleet Air Photo

Lab here at NAS Jax.

I I The young scientist won his
award for his exhibit "Drumstick,
Tattletail on Infectious Diseases?"

I I He received many complimentsfrom

judges at the contest. One, :.
.y: Dr. John G. Hogness, medical dir- nk
ector of the University of Wash-

ington Hospital and chairman of
the team which judged Tommy's the Naval Hospital now enables technicians there to providemore
exhibit said, "Of course, we efficient and precise blood analysis and blood cell counts
'jf wouldn't give any advantage thus saving many man hours and money formerly spent on
simply because a boy was 15 glassware and related equipment. Jim Butler HM1 (top photo),
a chemistry technician, fills one of the 40 glass containers on
instead of 17. the Auto Analyser with plasma in preparation to make a glue S.
"But we thought his exhibitwas cose test. With the Analyzer the entire process is done automatically ,,f.
TOP SJf.VJ.CEMAN-Edwud excellent. .rather it was where formerly it took three hours of continuous work.
Travis, in*, ot the NAS Military he Joseph Ruskauff. HM3. (at right), makes a white blood cell
been outstanding. Of course, was
Personnel Office count with the aid of the Coulter Counter. This machine is able
named NAS "Serviceman of up against fantastic competitionfrom to accomplish the work of blood cell counting in 15 seconds
the Month" for April. He received older boys, but we thoughtit where formerly it required 15 minutes by manual techniques.
a check for $50
CAPT James R. Compton. NAS was very meritorious, and fora
Commanding Officer at ceremonies 15 year-old it was an outstanding I- J'St
last Friday. exhibit." NewMachinesAt Hospital

Tommy travelled to Seattle

Travis Is Named'Serviceman' with his teacher, Miss Janice
Lamb of Forrest High, and Ray-

mond C. Roy of Lee High who also Improve Blood TestingThe
By won a fourth place award for

his exhibit on the behaviour of
NAS For AprilEdward electrons in relationship with the Naval Hospital Laboratory has recently installed
structure of the chemical com- several new machines to aid in more efficient and precise

Travis, YN2, of the pounds of which they are a blood analysis and blood cell counting. "It is expected, with

NAS Military Personnel Office, part. Raymond is the son of the addition of the new equipment, to be able to provide a

has been selected as the NAS CWO and Mrs. C. R. Roy of daily blood test service in those areas presently restrictedto Polaris Fires

"Serviceman of the Month" for NAS, Cecil Field. Tuesday and Thursday," said LCDR Thomas Hartney,
April. He was presented a check Laboratory pathologist.

for $50 by CAPT J. R. Compton, Changes in marital status often I One of the machines is the First Nuclear
NAS commanding officer in necessitate or permit a changein Coulter Counter. This machineIs 1 reduced to one percent. The

ceremonies held in his office on civilian employee health bene- able to accomplish the workof manual count was subject to a

Friday, May 11. fits enrollment. They should blood cell counting in 15 sec- 20 percent error. The cell countsare 'Warhead TestThe
Travis received the award for promptly notify their Department onds that formely required 15 made electronically by the

his outstanding ability to performhis '>r IRD when they marry, remarry minutes by manual techniques.With Counter and recorded automati-
duties at MPO. He was cited become widowed or div- cally. United States has sucess-
for "performing exceptionallywell orced, or a husband becomes de- the use of the Counter the The machine is also able to fully exploded its first missile-

numerous special projects pendent. percentage of error has been record size variation in cells. borne nuclear warhead at the

whereby he must set aside the Certain diseases may be indicatedby Christmas Island test area in the

job that is in process and start a slight difference in the size Pacific. The warhead was carried
of cells. Polaris missile fired
aloft by a
and complete a job with a greater
Another new machine, an Auto- from the Navy submarine USS
urgency or priority.
Dilutor is used in connectionwith
Ethan Allen.
In addition to his multiple duties
the Coulter The
at MPO he was Touch Football The missile apparently scoreda
Coach and Manager of the dilutor prepares the samples of near bullseye after its 1,400

Division team during the season. blood for the counting'process, mile flight over the Pacific. One
requiring but 10 seconds to do a
Travis is very conscientious in spokesman said the warhead was
every detail of his work, extremely job that formerly required three dropped "right in the pickle bar-

effective, reliable and minutes. rel," according to the Associated
The third machine at the La-
punctual, said the citation. He Press.
boratory performs the important
the to fin-
willingly stays on job function of analyzing the The Navy said the test was a
work after regular working (
ish the
I amount of glucose and urea nitrogen I "starkly real exercise" conductedas
hours. in the blood. ,if the Ethan Allen were in
He is well versed in the dutiesof
These tests are very importantin combat and had received ordersto
his rating and the many man- diseases. fire al lits 16 missiles on
uals and instructions that a Yeo-
I The machine performing the enemy targets.No .
is required to know about.
} tests is the Auto-Analyzer. It is details of the warhead's

able to analyze 60 samples per power were released by the
NAS Personnel hour while leaving the techni. Atomic Energy Commission.

/ cian free for other tasks. However, it had been previously
Inspection Is "The hand method of prepar- reported that each Polaris missile

S ing the blood for the glucose test will be more powerful than the
Set On May 25A required three hours of contin- first atomic bombs.

personnel inspection for uous work," said Jim Butler,
all JiAS personnel will be HM1, chemistry technician. "Now The Navy also gave no detailsof
the shot, but officially described -
held at 0900 Friday, May 25, the blood is simply centrifugedand success"hospital
it "a
on the parade ground at York- the separated plasma put Into as complete

town Ave. and Gillis St. Reg- one of the 40 containers on [ said that an invitation

imental muster is set for 0830 the Auto Analyzer. The various I is extended to all military personnel -

and Officers' Call at 0845. analytical processes are all au- and their guests to visit
Uniform for naval personnelwill H is tomatic including charting the the Naval Hospital exhibit on

be full Dress Whites. The final results." Armed Forces Day Open House,

uniform for Marines will be ..._uw. ,.......---- --.-- -- Besides the great savings in May 20. At the exhibit people
I I that prescribed by the Marine FIRST COMMUNION His Grace, The Most Reverend manpower with the use of the will see the Auto-Dilutor and
Barracks commanding officer. Joseph P. Hurley D. D. Archbishop. Bishop of St. Augustine new machines there is also a Auto-Anaylzer in action.In .

All hands, including those in (center), administers First Communion to two Navy dependent major saving in glassware and addition, he said, corpsmen
St. Edwards Chapel
services held last Sunday at
section except children during pipettes that were formerly required will be hand to test blood
duty on
the daily here at NAS. Assisting the Bishop are Father Moore left). Se-
those actually standing watches cretary to the Bishop, and Monsignor J. J. Reardon NAS Senior in the numerous manual glucose from one drop of finger
and blood donors between Chaplain. Twenty-two children received their First Communion tests. blood of interested personnel.The .
February 23 and May 25, must during the rites with 39 children and adults being confirmed. LCDR L. E. McHenry, Directorof exhibit will be set up in
the Mass and Confirmation, a breakfast was held at
attend the inspection. the Officers Club. Laboratories for the Naval Hangar 116.

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4 JAX AIR NEWS 17 May 1962

Jax, Sanford Navy Wives

Tie For Scrapbook Award

The Jacksonville Navy Wives Club 86 and the Sanford

Vigilante Navy Wives Club 211, tied for top honors in the

annual scrapbook competition held by the Southeast Regional

>; Clubs. Awards were presented by Mrs. Marge Packard,

Southeast Regional Vice President, at the concluding banauet..
of the Southeast Regional Meet-
day conclave of the
Lions Southeast
Ing held at the Riverside

:t b Club on Wednesday, May 9. Regional Clubs. Delegates from
.. 29 Navy Wives Clubs discussed

Mrs. Kenneth Smith, National preparations for the National

Membership Chairman, presented Convention which will be held in

membership awards to Pensacola Seattle, in October.

Club 159 and Mayport Club 201 Special guests at the Meetingwere

the same evening. : Mrs. Elsie Skylstead, headof

the Navy Wives Club of
CAPT James R. Compton, NAS America
Scholarship 'Foundation
commanding officer, was guest
LT Alice Marshall, Navy Liaison
speaker at the banquet.The .
.o. Officer; and Mrs. Marie Lot-
banquet concluded a fourNAVY
tinger, Southcentral RegionalVice

Station Traffic

: :

Violation RecordThe :

following is a report of r \

motor vehicle accidents and 6 For Sal.

traffic violations for the per- NAS Pax River, Md.-3 bdrm, cen oil
iod May 6-12: heat, 220 volt power, $1,300 dn, FHA
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis loan; LCDR Gillespie, Ext. 286 or write

week ...........".................5 # Box 185, RR No. 2, Hollywood, Md.
Normandy Village-3 bdrm, 2 bath, kit
Through May 12, 1962..83 equip redecor, CB; Chief Nelson, Ext.
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE 8448 or EV 85948.

LAST INJURY IN MOTOR By Owner-lg/ 3 bdrm, Fla. rm, gar,
VEHICLE ACCIDENT .26 avail June 1, Ortega Hills, Inspect; EV
47212. .
Middleburg-Ig 2 story home near
week ...86 Black Crek BU 25295.

Speeding . .. 17 Ortega Hills-3 bdrm patio, Immed
ocpy, no dn pymt EV 46531.
Reckless Driving .4
Ortega Hill -4 bdrm, 2 bath,
Running Stop Sign ..... ....,.5 ..,r/h ::Braoiv: :;:. ., ... tani0: gar, avail May 15; EV 7-5437. patio,
Others . ................ ..... .52 Ortega Hills-3 bdrm 2 tile bath, AC,
Fifty-one drivers appeared Fla. rm, brick, $1,795 dn; 389-4891.
before the Traffic Hearing By Owner-3 bdrm, tile bath $57.50per
,.:,. mo; SP 13493.
Board on May 14 with the
For Rent
disposition of cases: being as a '
Riverside-furn apt, 4 rms, AC, upr,
follows: Ten lost driving and $75 FL 9-0782 after 1800.

parking priviliges on board the F'f Ortega Hills-furn rm, kitntte, $35 per
station for various periods, mo; EV 84235.
nine were assigned to remedial Hse Trailer-furn, couple & child, Wit
;ji"; ,;>'_" furn, prl lot, Wesconnett Area, $50 per
driving courses, 31 mo; SP 17182.

suspended penalties, six were NS: : Furn Apt-5 rms, 2 bdrm, liv & din
given warnings, five were dis- t rms 77323., kit, upr, sep front & rear entr; EV

missed and one was referredto
mr Furn Hse-util rm, ,
officer for F; sti 74+!+: !av0i.ywo6P f 2' : carport grill, reas
z rent; 8601 Roosevelt Blvd.
possible disciplinary action. Furn Effe Apt-Iwr, comp redecor, 1 or
HIDDEN TRAFFIC HAZARDS 2 adults, $45 per mo plus util, appt;
EV 89886.
: Traffic dangers are
S. Ponte Vedra Beach -furn,
not always plainly visible. front, 3 bdrm, 2 bath $100 per wk, or
Serious accidents occur on 2-yr lease in July for $125 per mo; CAPT
streets and roads that appearto Berry EV 8-9886.

be safe, but have some Furn Apt-1 bdrm, side & back porches,
hidden hazard. ,SSS.J adults 89886., $50 per mo plus util, appt; EV

The hazard is often concealed -
Ponte Vedra-2 or 3 young business
by some partial obstructionlike women to share beach
"'" July ,to
- a "trap to catch the t J i : Aug; EV 4-4807.
; \t.\iW; :
unwary-as: A lone billboardon tf ;tt\w.: : ,....oj:;:!:..:-i::::;.,.:*_. '"........w.... l!, '<<..... 4Rm. Apt-elec, phone, rees; EV 90514or
an otherwise vacant corner; WIVES REGIONAL MEET HIGHLIGHTS Members 01 local havy Wives Club 86 EV 8-9806.
a clump of bushes or a line of tied with the Sanford Vigilante Club 211 for fir it place in the "Scrapbook" award during the Cedar Hlls-3, bdrm, 2 tile bath, sep
trees filling station or other finale of the four-day Navy Wives Southeast Regional Meeting at the Riverside Lions Club. Jax. din rm, kit equip, $110 per mo; EV
; on Wednesday of last week. Both clubs were presented plaques attesting their proficiency. Membership 7-3909 after 1700.
building; a slope, cut, or high awards were won by Mayport 201 and Pensacola 159. CAPT James R. Compton. NAS Com- Ortega HiIIs-3 bdrm 1% bath June
bank along the roadway, parked manding Officer. (center photo), was guest speaker at the Wednesday night awards banquet and !LEV 8-3148.
vehicles at a corner. For dance. In the bottom photo. Mrs. Hazel Boggs (left), presents the Scrapbook rotating silver bowl 5308 Tlmuquana _
award to Mrs. Henry Wernet (right), president of local club 86. to hold for the coming year. Mrs. Road-3 bdrm, kit
motor vehicle dri- equip apply 5270
example: a Marge Packard (second from left). Southeast Regional Vice President presented permanent plaques phone; 771-6065 during day 5324 or
ver, proceeding rapidly alonga to Mrs. Wernet and Mrs. Betty Smith (second from right), for their scrapbook tie. Membership after 1700.
smooth and deserted road, awards were presented (top photo), to Mrs. Joy Casino (left), of Mayport 201 and Mrs. Jax Beach-upr, 2 blks from ocean, 3
suddenly slowed down as he Dottle Dike (second from right), and Mrs. Alice Murphy. ((right), both from Pensacola 159, by Mrs. bdrm, eec kit, gar EV 7-3658 after
Kenneth Smith (second from left). 1600.
appoached a cross-road. Just TMiVTtaFoundFrench

ahead of been him,hidden a farm truck, Airlines To ''f I FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONBranch I car key In Admin park
that had by some lot, May 14; Ext 216 or 8164.
bushes out of the intersection .
popped Wanted-ride or riders wanted from
126 FRA will hold its
and cut across the Charges On ject undertaken by the Americanism Green Cove Springs, B shift; Ext 8107
highway. regular monthly meeting today, Committee of the FRAto before 1600 or 325 after 1600, Barker.
Thursday, May 17, at 2000 in the Ride Wanted-from Murray Hill to NAS,
Asked he had decidedto educate members well
why as as
Reservation 0800-1630, Ext/437
Branch Meeting Hall, 4530 120th or EV
slow down, the driver said: the civilian public of the necess 9-8176 after 1730.
"Because I couldn't see what Commercial airlines St., Yukon, Fla. ity of flying Old Glory on all Ride Wanted-from Normandy Village

might be behind those bushes." assessing charges for At this meeting, nominations holidays. to NAS, 0730-1600; Dennis, Ext. 404 or
This kind of caution-just no-show) flight will be opened for the various Shipmate Pete J. Kozar is the EV 7-5068.

"common sense"can: prevent cancelled in time to 13.'f offices of the Branch for the Americanism chairman and has Ride Wanted-Arlington Section to

many accidents. (1)) Look selling of the following year. Make it a dateto charge of flag sales. He maybe or NAS RA 073Q.1600 5-0031. ; Mrs. Shaw Ext. 577

ahead continually while driv- When reservations are attend this meeting and bring reached at 4348 WoodmereSt. Driving to Calif.-on
or about May 20
ing and examine the roadwayfor celled the traveler will along an eligible member or ., or by phone at EVergreen 1 person to drive & share cost; EV 2-9096,
"hidden" hazards; (2)) expense rather than the friend-meetings are open to 9-5159. If you do not alreadyown or PO 52709.Exper. .

Slow down whenever it seems ment unless evidence is everyone. a flag, contact Shipmate Waitress Wanted-apply at NAS
there might be danger; and which will void the Operation Red, White and Blue Kozar and get one. Officers Club, Bldg. 10. after 1600.

(3) Always expect the "un- Additional details officially begun by the Flags will also be available at fountain-snack Part Time-Woman .or girl for sod

expected." tained from the Branch on May 1 and will extend all meetings of the Branch and terla. Exp not bar nec. Call NAS Mr.Civilian C Ext..f.-

l portation Office, Bldg. through July 4. This is a pro- Unit until closing date, July .4. 8188.Page Kelley


17 May 1962

Gunter Enters TAX AIR 6ND Rifle, Pistol Meet

All-Navy Keg SPORTS


Play In HawaiiWho jets Underway Monday

r- .' The NAS Armory has been busily preparing the pistol

says knocking down range for next Monday's opening day of the Sixth Naval

those silly little pins with an District Rifle and Pistol Matches.
# Afoee.e..y yy : :
old ball with holes in it is a ? 1 Many of the shooters arrivedhere

bunch of nonsense? 1 at NAS last Sunday and
Suns Return
NAS Bowler Bob Gunfer have been conducting their pre-

will no doubt disagree with competition trials during the

those who believe bowling is Home May 24 week.

when he
nonsense especially
Two of these shooters are
returns to NAS from Honolulu, For 9 DaysThe
Jim Sansonetti, AMS3, of NAS
Hawaii. Sanford and Harold J, Wertman,

Bob was last man on the .. International League SOI-PI, of the Fleet Sonar
totum pole of NAS bowlers to Y Jacksonville Suns, who have been School at Key West, Fla. San-

represent the Station at the holding their own on the road sonetti is concentrating on the

District matches held at Cecil despite the fear of a letdown .30 M-l service rifle while Wert-

Field two weeks ago. This was after a terrific opening home man hopes to excel in firing the

no handicap, however, as he stand, return to their home bal- .45 pistol.

came through in striking col- AIN iwick next Thursday to open a
Members of the NAS Jax team,
win the South
ors to a spot on nine-day home stand.
Atlantic Regional Tournamentcard and individuals, who also will
and travelled to Corpus The Columbus Jets roar into be vieing for the top honors in

Christi, Tex. town on the 24th for' a three-day the week-long shootoffs are: Vir-
series, followed by the Yankees' gil Placid, ADCS, of NAS Ar-
At Corpus, Gunter not only firing both rifle and
farmhands, Richmond, beginningon mory, pistol;
was a member of the winning May 27th. Richmond will be Carl Linza, AECS, of NAMTG,

Sixth Naval District Team here for a single game on the firing the pistol; Joe Galica, AM-

but took first In the individual 27th, a double header on the 28th ECA, of VA-44, firing both rifle

men's roll-offs. and a single on the 29th. and pistol; Lewis VanAuken, AN,

And so, "nonsense or not," JUST SIX MONTHS-Marine CPL Paul Arnzen poses of NAS Armory, firing the rifle;
The Atlanta Crackers make
this is how he happens to be with the 55 trophies and medals which he has won since join J. A. Cox, AMI, of NARTU, fir-
in Hawaii today rolling in the ing the NAS Jax Rifle and Pistol Team last November. On May their first appearance in Jack- ing the rifle; and B. F. Preston,
second day of the AH Navy 21, the 21-year-old Brig NCO will be advanced to the Expert sonville when they arrive for a AOCS, of VF-135, firing both
Bowling Tournament.BOWLING. class on the National Rifle Association competitive roster. three game series beginning May rifle and pistol.
30th. The next home series will

He Shoots To Win complete the first round of meet- The District matches'are gath-

ings with league opponents for, ering shooters primarily from
the Suns. those naval activities in the state

And Win He DoesMarine of Florida with the exception of
Tickets for all Suns' home representatives from the Naval

First place races are close this games are on sale at reduced Station at Charleston, S. C.

[week in all three IM Bowling CPL Paul Arnzen's weapon firing, before en- rates for servicemen at NAS Jax
[ In the American the service nearly Special Services, Bldg. 704. The winners of the District
leagues. Spades tering two years ago, was limited to
Aces hold a 42 win, 14 loss re- fowl shooting. Today, however, the 21-year-old Marine matches will remain here at NAS

cord while the Play Boys showa Brig NCO from Marion, Mass., is progressing into one of to begin the Atlantic Fleet go-
41 win, 15 loss card. The Con- the top pistol and rifle competitors in the southeastern Eight Units Have rounds which are also being
United States. hosted by:ETAS starting May 28th.
tinental League favorites are the _. .
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Owl Hoots with 36-12, and the Introduced to match type Given Rosters For ------
phies as a member of the NAS
j Hornets with a 35-13 tally. shooting last November by Vir-
Jax team. NAS Golfers
And in the National League, gil Placid, small arms instructor IM Tennis PlayThe
I the Strikes have a 34-10 show here at the NAS Armory, Arn His first big match was last

while Supply "A" are standing zen has since won 55 local, state, December when he fired a 295 I 62 IM Tennis Tournament Play RematchAt
36 wins against 12 losses. regional and national match tro- out of 300 to take the Triple "A" will get underway on Monday,
honors in the North Florida Po- May 21. So far, eight units have

lice Pistol League. This score, entered rosters to the Athletic
incidentally, was the highest fired Director PensacolaOver
\Admin Belts 20 by a military shooter.In .
According to the present sched-
20 enlisted, officer and
three top matches during ule, there will be 26 individualsin
service retired golfers from NAS
\ Hits Scores 33In March, firing in the .22, .38 and the Singles and eight playersin ventured to the Pensacola Air
.45 caliber categories, Arnzen the Doubles Tournament. Win-
Station last Friday and
IM Softball last week, placed first in the Marksman ning results will be tallied on a greens
their final first-round game played a between-station return
Admin of the National League belted 20 hits for 33 runs Class at the Flamingo Matchesin double elimination basis. match which resulted in Pensa-

| against COM Mess' nine homebag tallies in the free-for-all Miami; second at the Mid- '. cola winning 55% to 481,2.
which was called by'the umpire! at the end of five innings. Winter Matches in Tampa (this a AfYrx
match drew the top three ser- Commanding Officer of the
Fifty-six Admin'ers went to the stood at the end of the first vice teams, top civilians and Station, CAPT Porter F. Bedell,

Plate, slugging five homers. The round: Border Patrol shooters), and x met the plane and took his guestson
I team's "big guns" were Walt NATIONAL AMERICANLEAGUE another first at the Dixie Matches a tour of the newly designed

Zaborniak hitting four for four, LEAGUE in Jacksonville. These were r .. '}ur' nine-hole course Pensacola now

two doubles and four RBIs, and, Team W l Team W l I followed in April with his win- r'S sports. Later in the afternoon,
himself scoring six times; Jim NARTU 9 0 VA-44 8 2 ning the grand aggregate totalsin the golfers acquainted themselves

Dupleutis with three for six and Admin 7 2 Marines 7 3 the Florida State Matches at i /S f with the course in pre-round

four RBIs; Sid Kramer had two ComFairJax 6 3 VP-16 7 3 Orlando. In one match alone at $ play followed by a luncheon.

for five and five RBIs which AF679th 6 3 VAP-62 7 3 the Flamingo's, the young Mar- L A i if The Captain also gave the Keyto
included a grandslam homer; and A/C Maint 4 5 Dispensary 6" ine took six trophies and 10 < r.7N the Air Station to CAPT Dave
5 5 'vGA
"Lawyer" Sauerweir who came VU-10 4 5 Supply medals. > rm Henderson, NAS Jax's Chairmanof
across with three for five and VP-741 4 5 VP-18 4 6
four RBIs. VP-30 3 6 FAW-11 > 4 6 Arnzen's last match to fire ,as the Golf Committee.
3 7 Marksman comes on May 19
Hospital I 8 VP-5 a Asa}< In the next day's tourney, Joe
Winning pitcher was Fred I 8 FAETU 2 8 when the NAS team travels to
Strickland giving up three hits, COM Mess Public Wks 2 8 Pensacola for the Five Flags I McDonald, NAS Jax golf pro,

four runs and two free trips to Fiesta Matches. On May 21, he rw ,ax.y was low for the day with a 70.Pensacola's .
first He was preceded by Bob (Editor's Note: VA-35. recently will put in his wallet the Ex- /t.f fh f
overseas de- .' y win split the newly -
Castel from
who Rifle Asso- (
started on the Admin pert Class National < "
mound, giving COM' four ployment, will be represented in i"fi'i' formed series which began
Mess year'sNational ciation card.Because IJ.>#:,;.J ,.'f,.
hits four runs two walks. the second go-round. Last earlier this year when the west
Champs, thesquadron's he is leaving the ser-
Yesterday, being the start of nine will have to playat vice in September of this year, CRACKS RECORDMarineLT coast Florida air station golfers
the second round of the '62 IM 20 in five weeks Arnzen will be ineligible to take Dave Tork took over as kingof were undershot here at NAS.
least games the pole vault when he
Softball season, probably found compared to the 11 on schedulefor part in the "Grand Daddy" of sailed over the crossbar at 16
a lot of players and coaches teams.) them all, the summer-fall Na- feet two inches in a meet at Pistol matches were added to

thinking how they can pull these the other tional Rifle- and Pistol Matchesat Walnut, Calif., breaking ex- the program of the National Rifle
last Marine John Uelses'
the games out of the bag to take that was heard Camp Perry, Ohio. He plans, world's record of 16 feet pending three Association of America for the
important shot
the "points" .toward The however, to attend the 1963 quarter inch. The 27-year-old, first time at the "shoot" at Sea '
Iron fired froma t'
Man Trophy. around the world" was six-foot Leatherneck says his
Here musket. j matches as a civilian. goal is now 17 feet. Girt, N. J., in 1900.
is how the two leagues pistol-not a

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\ Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 May 1962

I I SecNav Notice A Few More Of The Prizes Going To Navy Relief Donors


I LeaveA

recent Secretary of the Navy
Notice reemphasizes the neces-
sity for Naval personnel to take :j

leave as it accrues thus reducing
large accumulations of terminal

According to the Notice ((1050of .
:K' 44k $'
;{ }
April 17) the annual increasein

funds required to support pay-
ment of terminal leave indicates

that many Navy and Marine
Corps personnel are accruing A ''I rriiiit

leave in amounts in excess of

that dictated by military neces-
sity. { :

Therefore, Navy men and wo-
men should be encouraged to take
their leave when it is accumu-

lated, said the Notice. By taking

leave, military personnel may
enjoy the full health and welfare I Ie 1
benefits that leave affords and be
able to maintain top personal ef-

fectiveness on the job. In addi- "
tion, periodic taking of leave :
will reduce excessive amounts of J :
terminal leave. "w....;;:... '
':r. .':-

.\ ', '

IrtfJThursday .d. } 5 %i'y.'s.:' :"

'}. }}
{ $ }
.. .,. .
{? on{k s:

.May 17 .' .$ ? -{
Mainside-The Plunderers, 1900 ANY OF THESE CAN BE YOURS-For only a 50 cent dona Lion to the Navy Relief Society fund drive now in progress, you can
claim one of these wonderful prizes above. The prizes are just a few of the many worth $10,000 to be given away to lucky contri-
only. butors to the Navy Relief drive. There is no limit on donations an d the more donations one makes the more chances he has of claiming -
NATTUnit-Lover Come Back, the prizes. Grand prize is a 1962 Ford Galaxie convertible se cond prize is a Corvair Monza hardtop, and third prize is a Ted
1900 only. Williams camper.trailer complete with 12-foot aluminum boat and motor. Donations not only offer contributors an opportunity to
Hospital-Ring of Fire, 1900 claim prizes, but also helps the Navy Relief Society meet the needs of distressed Navy and Marine Corps families. The Society is
only. endeavoring to raise $35.000 this year for the Jacksonville Auxiliary which services Jacksonville area naval aciiviiies and those
at NAS Glynco. Gaw and NAS Sanford.
Friday May 18Mainside

-Whistle Down The MDBS Members Will Vote Peters SpurnsRetirement
Wind, 1900 only.NATTUnit Air Traffic

The Plunderers, For
1900 only. Problem Aired
On By-Laws AmendmentsMembers
Hospital-Lover Come Back, Leadership JobI.

1900 only. By WJXTTVAn of the Employees' Mutual Death Benefit W. Peters Jr., ATC, leading

Saturday. May 19 examination of the awe- Society here at NAS Jax were advised this week of proposed chief of Patrol Squadron 16 who

Mainside-Hell Is For Heroes, some problems facing jet-age amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws of that group was due to transfer to the Fleet
1900 only. airports and new methods of which will be voted on during the regular combined Employee Reserve in July of this year after

NATTUnit-Whistle Down The air traffic control devised to Election scheduled for June 7. 23 years naval service, has re-
Wind, 1400 and 1900. They were tow mat a changein enlisted instead for a special as-
make the increasingly crowded advised of the proposed amend-
Hospital-The Plunderers, 1900 the Constitution and ByLawsof signment here at NAS Jax.
airlanes will
safe be rebroad- ments so that at the time of
only. the be made
cast on "The Twentieth Society may upon voting they will be in a positionto Delaying his retirement at the
Sunday May 20 tury" on WJXT, I the approval of two-thirds of the cast their ballots with full request of the Chief of Naval
cen-I' the time it is
members voting at
Mainside-A Majority of One, May 20, at 1800. .I understanding of the proposed Personnel, Chief Peters will be
1400 and 1900.NATTUnitHell. proposed. Therefore, members are changes. assigned duty with the Naval

Is For Heroes, Propsed amendments to the Leadership Field Team which is
1400 and 1900.HospitalWhistle. 'N a b} { various articles of the Constitu- to be established here at NAS

Down The ., ., tion and By-Laws, together witha sometime in July.

Wind, 1900 only.Monday. brief explanation as to the CDR C. E. Rodgers, Commanding -
May 21 reason for the proposal are; Officer of VP-16 administeredthe

Mainside Hell To Eternity, }i; :i'iT'; ;?n'+.; Amendment 1Article VII -, oath of reenlistment.
1900 only. SSc:4:25: Funds, Section 2-Funds of the
x: Chief Peters has received ord-
NATTUnit-A Majority of One, Society shall be deposited onlyin
1900 only. Federally insured financial ers for assignment to the lead-
ership team and will be trans-
Hospital-Hell Is For Heroes, institutions as may be designatedby
1900 only. the Board of Trustees, and ferred to NAS for that purpose
r. shall be disbursed by check sIgn- the latter part of June.
Tuesday May 22 ...
} {i.
Mainside-The ed by the SecretaryTreasurerand not exceed an amount equal to
Bramble Brush, countersigned by the Chair-
1900 one dollar per active member on
NATTUnit-Hell only. 3f;iy:.: man or ViceChairman.The the rolls of the Society on the
1900 only.HospitalA. To Eternity, change proposed by A- date of the member's death, as
mendment 1 would change cur- provided in Section 1.
Majority of One, rent By-Laws which state that
1900 only. Amendment 2 is proposed to
funds will be deposited in a
Wednesday. May 23 'Si>,i:{j}:'. '::cF'xf;: :akf "local bank" and permit the clarify the amount to be paid
%{sr aC.i{ beneficiaries in the
; event of mul-
Mainside-Man of in
The West, Board to place funds any
1900 only. Federally insured financial in- tiple deaths within a period of
NATTUnit-The Bramble Bush, stitution.The 48 hours. Passage of this amend-
1900 only. s other proposed change ment will eliminate any doubt as

Hospital-Hell To Eternity, would be Amendment 2, ArticleIX to the payments to be made to

1900 only.NATTU. Death Benefit, Section 2- beneficiaries should multiple
In the event of three or more deaths occur.

LiNAVY deaths 0 f members occuring All members are urged to study
HonormenWalter within a period of 48 hours, the the proposed changes carefully,
total amount in the Death Bene- since they are important to the
T. Eads, AE2, AE-B NURSES ANNIVERSARY gala decorated cake
fit Fund shall be
prorated equally efficient and econo-
of celebration last Nurses
School-93.61. was a symbol Navy
serving at the Naval Hospital took liwmeekouas frtohm their duties io among the beneficiaries on mical operation of the Society.An .
PFC Allen M. Boord, AE-A observe the 54th anniversary of the Navy Nurse'Corps. Cutting record of the deceased members; official ballot for voting on
School-85.83. the cake are (left to right), CDR Lucille Harkins Chief Nurse, provided that such pro rata shareto the amendments will be dis-
" and ENS Barbara Rae junior CAPT Joseph Hanner
nurse as
Steven M. Gross, AA, AO-A Naval Hospital Commanding Officer observes. The Nurse Corps the beneficiary or beneficiariesof tributed with the regular ballots
School-84.35. is said io have some 2.500 members today. the deceased members shall during the regular election.