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June 6, 1962


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher) and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official f I I expression of any
military department The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


Top Atlantic
Sharpshooters .. .

'1YA' TU. I+, 71SYMOBOLIZING To Receive Laurels TomorrowBy '

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Leon Dulin, JOSN

r Their faces will be a little sun burnedL..and a little wind burned, but amidst the redness will appear
the smiles of victors.
Such will be the scene tomorrow able at press time.Participating presentative; and the Official
afternoon at the NAS Theater when in the matches Referee, J. C. Ketzler, GMC.
the top rifle and pistol marksmen from Navy Jax are H. L. Herles, To qualify for All-Navy, shoot-
gathered here from 12 major naval AE2 of VPR.; .V. CarrenAXl, ers must be members of one of the
commands, step forward to be pro- VPG.; L. West, ATI of VP- two top teams In either Rifle or
claimed 1963 Atlantic Fleet Rifle 30; and C.L. Llnza. -AECS of Pistol Team competition or placeIn
and Pistol Champions. Captain NAMTG. JoeGallca.AMECA, for- the top 12 shooters (excluding
James R. Compton NAS Com- merly of NAS Jax and presently the winning team members) in res-
manding Officer will present the Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor pective rifle and pistol Individual
awards at 1:00 p.m. at NAS Key West, and Ver- events. National Rifle Associa-
Carrying victory banners wlllbe gil Placid, ADCS, the present NAS tion and Master shooters auto-
over 50 sharpshooters of the nearly Jax SAMI, also participated In the matically qualify.
200 participants who this year vied Individual competition. Navy elimination competitionsare
for 'passports to the AU-Navy Behind the scene officials are open to all Navy, Naval Re-
Matches. CWO H. 1.. Laird, Match Direc- serve and Coast Guard Reserve,
Expected to be among the medals tor; Vergil Placid, ADCS, Assis- active, Inactive and retired and to
handed out are gold, silver and tant Match Director; Lt. M. L. certain Marine Corps Reserves.
bronze Excellence-In-Competition Cell, Match Executive Officer; The purpose of Navy rifle and
badges which will go to the top CWO Dan Gerbis, Statistical Offi- pistol competition is to train naval
MOUNTAINS of money for Navy Relief is this ten of the shooters who cer; Cdr. Tom a Martin, BuPers personnel in the use of small arms
photograph of Cdr. R. F. Browning, NARTU Executive Officer percent In the matches. Alsoto Small Arms Representative; H. D.
and Cdr. H. A. Hall, NARTU Leadership Officer. The* reserve competed be presented to the "CaptainsTen" Harrett, Assistant Small Arms Re- (Continued On Page 4))
I unit has sold 600 books of Navy Relief ,Donation *'';\ets during are silver platters to the
drive. The drive has been extended and the drawing' will now ten shooters in both the Indivi-
be held June 13. This will all top
on Thursday, give military per dual Pistol and the Individual Rifle.
sonnel an extra payday to purchase the donation tickets and
Individual trophies will also to
perhaps win a 1963 Thunderbird, Corvair or Falcon or one of the highest two new shooters go and
some 20 other fabulous prizes. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by team trophies to winning teams.
Walter R. Wagner, J03)) Winners names were not avail- t1

Chaplains Honor VA-176 Pilot Scores

RAdm. Carson 3 Consecutive BullsEyesBy

Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car-
son, soon to retire as CommanderFleet Marc Whetstone, J01
Air Jacksonville, was A near unbelievable achievement in accuracy occurred recently
honored last Monday by the Jax when Lieutenant Hank Lesesne, a>pilot assigned to Attack Squadron
Navy Chaplains during their 176 scored three consecutive bulls-eyes during four attempts at the
monthly seminar held at the Of- Stevens Lake target area southwest of .
ficers Club. The modern-day Robin Hood,
Guest speaker for the luncheon flying an A-1H "Skyralder" was many pilots to be highly dan-.
was retired Navy Captain Dusty engaged in loft-bombing exercises, gerous.
Rhodes who entertainingly recalled a feat which, besides being exceedingly Approaching the bulls-eye at a
the serious humorous years difficult, is consideredAdmiral speed of 260 knots and at an altitude -
of 100 feet Lt. Lesesne
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began a pull up loop approximately -
6,000 feet from the target's .
M2Ye edge. As the plane neared its -
vertical position, the bombs were 4r
-j automatically released, sending
them In an arch toward the target.
Only four seconds elapsed from
the time the Thunderbolt pilot had
i'! begun his loop until his plane
6 reached an altitude of 2,000 feet.
It was at this height that he rolled
his plane over and headed away
from the target. This maneuverIs
the type executed in the deliveryof
4 atomic warheads.
Each of LL Lesesne's bullseyeswere
Individually accomplished in
this manner. His fourth attempt
landed the bomb only 50 feet from
the outer edge of the bullseye.A .
VA-176 spokesman said that
these demonstrations of accuracyare
rarely seen or heard of since

Carson and Chaplain Reardon most bomb hits are measured In TRIO ZERO Lt. Hank Lesesne of VA-176 scores three four.
f-?' For Genuine Religious Concern hundreds of feet from the dead cen- (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)).
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) ter spot.

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JAic JUNE 6. 1963 I

1 #' OF COURSE 2'i-L 1AK Q Traffic
4 r ,x'tft rJt '; Station

Violation RecordFollowing
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GiEt 'rNE ;,

Is a report of traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
violations for the period May 27 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

through June 2. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
1. I 7 v '": 1 1 1NE private firm. All ropy submitted for use* in the JAX AIR

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon :}on Monday before

week ( period May 27 publication. News Items are welcomed from: all sources-

KALST through June 2).1) Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164. :r .
Total accidents this year Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

through 2 June....................107 concerning such should be Jacksonvilld| Holt Publishing
Number of accidents through Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, 8, Florida ..

, .. June 1962..........................135 Telephone 359'-5140 or 359-027L I } ,

NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE VOL. 21, NO. 13 >:-:-: JUNE 6, 1963'


Military Funeral

week (May 27-June 2).50) Customs HistoricThe

Speeding ...........................13
Going through stop sign......2 ceremonial customs that the battlefield and bury them.

Reckless Driving..................2 comprise the elements of all mil- According to this theory, the
Other Violations..33 itary funerals are rooted In ancient volley fired three times was
ONLy TAKES ONE Forty-five drivers appeared before military usage. In many cases, originally a signal that the burial
the Traffic Hearing Board at these traditions are based on expedients ceremony was finished and an Invitation
REMEMBER YOUR RZGPONSIBILmESl the meeting held on 3 June. Dis- used long ago on the to the enemy to rejoin the
position of the cases included the battlefield In time of war. The combat. The flying of the flag

following: Sixteen lost driving and use of a caisson as a hearse, for at half staff during a funeral also
parking privileges aboard the Sta- example, Is an obvious combat has military significance. In early
tion, 28 were assigned to a courseIn Improvisation. In a similar times, It was the custom to fly

SEAPOWERSea remedial driving instructions, manner, the covering of the casket the victor's colors over the (flag
22 received suspended penalties, with a flag probably originated on of the defeated enemy and rundownthe
two received warnings, two were the battlefield where caskets were enemy's colors for that pur

power has been the servantof Alabama, the Merrrimack, Pearl dismissed, and 12 officers were for referredto not available and the flag wrapped pose. The lowering of the flag

this Nation since the Continental Harbor, Savo Island, the U-Boat. sible commanding action. pos- around the dead serviceman, to half staff during a military
Congress appointed Esek Hopkins Now we have come to the days of disciplinary served as a makeshift pall In which funeral symbolizes the victory of
'Commander In Chief of the Fleet'in Mercury and Gemini, ASROC, Po- he could be buried. life over death and the ascendencyof
1775. That fleet consisted of two laris, nuclear propulsion and Carrier Pilot Later, these customs assumed a the spiritual over the temporal
brigs, two ships,two schooners and nuclear round shot; and again, as deeper significance than that of Finally, the sounding of Taps
two battalions of Marines. Follow- often in the past, we are entering TV Feature"Story mere expediency. The fact that an over the grave has an obvious
ing the revoJution,the United! States uncharted waters. We in the Navy American flag i IS used to cover ,origin In military custom. Since
had no Navy at all tor a decade believe you are entitled to expectus of the casket, for example, now Taps is the last bugle call the
Carrier Pilot"which
until the passage of the Navy Act in to continue and even to accelerate a symbolizes the fact that the soldier soldier hears at night, it Is
1794. A Navy was found tube necessary man's mastery over the salt covers Watkins the and training features of Ltjg( )Donald served in the Armed Forces of the particularly appropriate that it be

then to meet a requirementJust seas. What qualities would justi- squadron United States and that this country played over his grave.
VF-96 aboard the USS
as valid as it Is today-protec- fy such anexpectation: what values be Ranger assumes the responsibility of This last Taps marks the beginning
(CVA-61)), seen on Channel
tion of United States shipping on the have endured In the Navy through 12, WFGA-TV may, June 26. burying the soldier as a solemnand of last, long sleep. It
-.v high seas. The active fleet today times of Impotence and neglect and The U.S. Navy has cooperated sacred obligation. expresses hope and confidence in
consists of over BOO ships, 670,000men through times of power and Other traditions observed In a an ultimate Reveille to come.
fully with Wolper Productions in
7,000 operating aircraft and a affluence, through thrilling vic- producing this hal-hourdocumen- military funeral had their originon (reprinted from the Florida Department -
190,000 man Marine Corps. tories and galling defeats, through the battlefield. Some historians of Veterans Affairs
During the past 188 years the triumphs of technology and tary. believe that the volley fired over Newsletter)
Navy has at times declined to near tragedies of error? the grave was first observed In
Impotence and ascended to awe- The values which endure are T GIVE TO earlier days of warfare when It The Driver's
some heights{grievous losses have those of the mind -those which can was the custom of opposing armiesto

been sustained, glorious victories be transmitted from man to man as NAVY RELIEF declare a truce, so that each
achieved; man and machine have overlapping generations of offi- side could clear Its dead from ResponsibilityLast
joined to challenge the'sea and the cers and men succeed each otherin
air above and the depths below.The our Navy. The pumps,the valves year in Florida there were

sea has, in turn extracted its pricein the transmitters, the power plants, 1,203 men, women and children
sinkings groundings, collisions, the weapons each is replaced by a WIS 1 rvl WON'I killed and 48,464 Injured in traffic
explosions, gale winds and calm newer model unbolted, hoisted IU16AU4& accidents.
and above all ashore But man's mind Is became
fogs, through man's junked. Last year 119,441 drivers
low and careless estimate of its both selective and cumulative, and the "other fellow who gets
hazards. The sea merely lies In he leaves to his successors all of involved in an accident." No driveris
wait for the innocent, but It stalks the best he has learned, and he expects immune to accidents, and every
the careless and the Ignorant. The his successors to do like driver has moral responsibility to
- sea is unswervingly tolerant of wise. The school of the sea is nota do his best to prevent them.
race, color, religion and motive;it hypothetical environment; the We must remember that we arenever
is unbelievingly intolerant of com- lessons learned are not just alone when driving. Our

placency, negligence, sloth and theories. The sea Is very real and passengers, the people In the cars
recklessness.Down often dangerous the accumulated -
very ; .
we meet and the
through the travail of the wisdom of seafaring men pass certainly,
who and
cross our paths,
stormy years have come to us Represents only the hard-earned WILL OM our families waiting at home, are
great names of people, places,and measure of triumph over disasterat all driving behavior
events of tragedy and glory at sea- sea.... dependent upon our
''JonesDecatur and LawrenceFarragut ( From an address by Admiral responsibility. is
and Porter; Dewey Mahan, George W. Anderson, Jr., Chief of p BONDS driving to drive
two-fold First,
Maury and Sims; to which we may Naval Operations at the Awards actually : and
now add those of Halsey, Nimitz, Luncheon of the Navy League Con- our own cars as if our lives on it.
the lives of others depend
King, Burke, Glenn, and Shepard. ventlonSan Juan.P.R, on May 3)). tohelpthe"otherdriver"
They do! Second,
Other names inspire us: Bon understand and accept his
Homme Richard, 'Old Ironsides'
; responsibility. We can do this by
Kearsarge, Mobile Bay, Monitor
; A man bought a parrot at an the examples we set, by the way
Manila Bay, the Oregon,the Maine
; and by
auction after some spirited bid- we act as well as talk,
Queenstown and convoysCoralSea; ding. 'I hope the bird! talks,' the adding our efforts to the thou
Midway, Mariana
buyer said to the auctioneer. sands of other men and womenin
Normandy, the Battle of the Atlan
'Talk,' exclaimed the auctioneer Florida'who are dedicating }.
tic. Nor may we neglect to mention
'he's been time and to a tra
our bitter reverses or our skillful bidding againstyou energy money to
adversaries the Searapis, the for the past ten minutes! fie safety program designed aware '
make all motorists everywhere
of their moral responsibility'r.1

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Graduates 84 YoungstersBy

Haywood Mitchell, J01 ail ailw
The Navy Wives Club's version of the "Little Red Schoolhouse" graduated its two kindergarten classes +; a

he. rCA last W....".',.....".. *1111>.1_
total of 84 youngsters, rang- The nursery also provides other
ing in age from 4 to 6 years, needed services to youngsters and
were handed diplomas making the to their working parents. In addi- t
first proud documents of achieve- tion to providing remedial instruction i
ment this generation has receivedon to students in the public _
the long road of life. Com- schools, the Nursery operates a __ ti tJ
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child care service for working pa- y
mander Walter J. Schub, NAS Ex- __
ecutive Officer presented the diplomas rents. y
_ to the Senior Class. According to Charles H. Phaup,
Officially called the Navy Wives supervisor, all employees of the
Club No. 86 Nursery, the school nursery have been well trained in F.JI SENIOR CLASS-These 65.youngsters, taught by Mrs. Billie Bed.
operates two classes for both first aid, fire fighting and hurri- ard, comprise the kindergarten's senior class. They are from 5
junior and senior kindergarten cane evacuation, In addition to to 6 years of age and will enter public school in September.
students each year. The expert their abilities in the fields of edu- (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Haywood Mitchell, J01)CONVENIENT )
teachers prepare the future men cation and supervision.The I +
and women for entry into the pub- nursery and kindergartenoffers
lic school system. its services at nominal fees. 1
According to many educational Operating hours of the nurseryare
experts and statisticians, studentswho :
have received kindergarten Opening hours: 0645 Monday
training far excell other students through Friday. ATTA BOYI! -- Cdr. Walter J. RIVERSIDE CHEVROLET
during the climb toward high Closing hours: Monday Tuesdayand Schub, NAS Executive Officer,
school and college diplomas.The Thursday, 1830; Wednesday, presents the graduation diplomafrom
kindergarten here, with Friday and Saturday, 2400.In senior kindergarten to his CEDAR HILLS
Mrs. Florence A. Nocilla as Instructor addition, the nursery pro- son, David, during exercises.
of the Junior class and vides free child care for church-
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by
Mrs. Billie Bedard, senior class goers on Sundays from 0845 to Haywood Mitchell, JOT
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JUNIOR ptASS-A total of 19 young men and women, from 4 to
5 years of age, were graduated from junior kindergarten. Mrs.
Florence A. Nocilla was the instructor. Many of these children
will enter senior class at the kindergarten next in September. 1
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))

P0AC .' SharpshootersContinued
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and to encourage marksmanshipand
safe handling of small weapons. \. .
NAS Jacksonville will host the Z--
All-Navy RiDe and Pistol Cham- SHIFT!
pionship from June 17 21, which
will draw as many as 200 shooters I
from the Pacific Fleet to compete
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June 6
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Oat* Aviator, 'Now &ntistItfunn On TV Fri.

Commander Lester H. Boutte,
) Promoted To Lt.Cdr. Commanding Officer of Patrol
X Squadron Sixteen, based here will

v appear on the daytime television
A Navy dentist, once designated a naval aviator, received his program "To Tell The Truth" on
promotion to Lieutenant Commander In the.Dental Corps last Friday.He Friday June 7 on Channel 4,
0' WJXT-TV at aOO p.m.
Is Dr. Thomas F. McCann. lowed by a minimum of three ... Cdr. BOOne was Involved In the

assigned to the NAS DentalDepart- years In residence, of which two it'1'\ .. rescue of WWI ace,"Eddie"Rick-
ment. he expects will be in Bethesda. ). \ as enbacker In 1942 when he flew as
Captain James R. Compton,HAS Dr. and Mrs. tdcCann have four ..: 1'" "." radioman first class. More
Commanding Officer, performedthe children Dlan',16; Tom,13Den; '. s i, '" ".. (IJ' ; recently he was assigned as Im-

promotion 'ceremonies after- nis, 11; and Debra, 10. ".,. pact Area,Commander for the sub-
which Mrs. McCann. assisted by ..I......, .:. orbital flight of "Gus" Grissom
Captain J.V. Westerman .senior and the trl-orbital flight of John
dental officer, pinned on herhusbands
f 6 Glenn. In both instances Cdr.
shoulder boards.Lt. .
new Boutte was pilot of the patrol plane
Cdr. McCann began his naval
which arrived first over the Astro-
career In April, 1945 when he was Capt. Westerman, Dr. McCann, Mts. McCann nauts.
graduated from flight training at w* From Av Gas to NovocainNayy The CBS television network pro
Pensacola, Fla. In September,
requested the of
1946 he was released from active gram appearance
Cdr. Boutte through the
duty and assigned to a reserve Grants
Chief of Information in Washington. -
component at Willow Grove, Pa.
Recalled once again In July,
1952, he piloted P5M aircraft with The June 7 program was tapedIn
total $844,159Outright York at the CBS
Patrol Squadron 44 until September In 62 New City stu-
1954 when he returned to an Inactive 1rx dios on May 28.

status. grants by the Navy was severely burned by scaldingwater
During his inactive years, Dr. Relief Society in 1962 amounted to and had to be hospitalized.He .
McCann had been attending dental $844,159.00 in 15,661 cases. suffered third degree burns on
school at the University of Pitts- Many of the cases which makeup the face and neck, the right chest EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS
burg, and in October, 1956 he the above total are those involvingthe and upper right abdomen. The
switched his naval designation a dependents of deceased personneL hospitalization covered a periodof
.., from aviation pilot to dental offi- t In these cases, on the receipt three months with outpatient
cer. The following June he gra- of the casualty report from treatment continuing after his dis-
duated with his degree In Dentistry, I the Bureau of Naval Personnel/he charge Five skin grafts were Now renting 254 Bedrooms
and returned to active duty In July, Society immediately gets in touch performed. .The total expense, : Conveniently located to

1957. with the surviving dependent and, paid by the society came to$1,900.The Downtown and NAS.
July 1960 found Dr. McCann where necessary, provides gratuitous child recovered, and the
serving aboa rd the aircraft carrier assistance during the period widow, when her benefits were FURNISHED......$75.00
USS Saratoga, followed by his .r required for government benefitsto received established a home for UNFURNISHED.$60.00Davis
assignment to NAS Jax In July 1962. be processed. herself and some in a small town

One of the few dental After benefits are established, near her family. At last reports
officers wearing naval aviator assistance to these dependents Is they were doing well. Cleo
wings, the commander has orders SUN FLOWER GIRL Marten available for emergency or other
. to the Postgraduate Dental School Spivey ration the Nevada sun at It needs. .

in Bethesda, MD. He expects to pour thow-girl through at one her of hat.the Marlene Las Vegas asa extraordinary A case In point is that of a widow SupportNavy REALTORS-INSURORS

leave in August. night tpott. whose husband was killed in an air 588 S. BOG DEV
While in Bethesda, he will attend plane accident. The widow and Relief 4-6444
10 months of general school and six four-year-old son resided In the
months In a specialty of dental surgery RAdm.Continued vicinity of an Auxiliary and were
'This training will then be fol- immediately assisted with a grantof ---
.. From Page 1))
Y ( $300.00 to return to the home of
her family in a midwestern state.
he has experienced through his Less than a month later, the child
Officer CPO service-life acquaintance with the
Admiral. o I e i

Highlight of the occasion was the tion to Rear Admiral Joseph M.
Win FAW-11 presentation of a specially Inscribed Carson, USN, on the occasion of .
plaque to Admiral Car- his retirement from Naval ser-

vice, for his constant support of
PromotionsAn son.Presented by commander JohnJ. and Interest in the chaplains pro-

Reardon, Catholic Chaplain! the gram, his exemplary personal be-
inscription reads: "The Chaplainsof haviour, and his genuine concern
the Jacksonville Naval complex for the religious needs of the per-
officer and an enlisted man offer this testimony of apprecla- sonnel under his command."
assigned to the staff of CommanderFleet
Air Wing Eleven recently
received promotions to their next

higher rank.Brabham.
M. Hester, a native of e
Newberry, S.C., was promoted to
., .. the rank of Lieutenant (Junior Did You Get In Too Late To Get Government Insurance?
grade) while Ronald A. Langager Compare These Figures With The Old Timersllli!!!!
received his advancement to Chief
Warfare ,..y *
Aviation Antisubmarine
Technician. mIl

Lt.jg( ) Hester graduated from

Newberry College and was com- 5 YEAR TERM GUARANTEED RENEWABLE .
missioned an Ensign In the Naval It was In 1947 that We perfected our re-
Reserve in November 196L He ACE Monthv, '::v. 1.Annual 1 Dividends Up To $30.00 cipe for delicious apple I
T apple pie. |In only| |16
is married to the former Miss B. 0.2515.4J Currently Being Paid.
Anne Johnson of Newberry. 25-30 s.ss7 2.All Family Members Can Be Added years we've served over $6,000,000 pie

Langager has the distinction of JOoJ s-- For Less Than 6 f A Day. worth over 45,000,000 pieces of 1 featured

being one of the first 28 Chief S'"' EomoU Figure Ar. For E-5 AnJ Above apple pie made the same priceless way everyday!
Petty Officers in the Navy to be .Rotes And Other" Ag.* Comporobf with its tender flaky crust and old. only 15ci.j
advanced to the new (AX) anti-
submarine technician rating. The fashioned goodness. Enjoy some todayl

first Navy-wide AX exams were RICHARD M. SHAW"SERVICE tSta 1 192)'R.tF.ol. E!'

held this past February. e :
Before entering the service in FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL"ONE
March of 1951. Chief Langager r
.. attended Mayville State Teachers THOUSAND RIVERSIDE AVE. 355-3487 or 355-3488
College. He Is married to the for- THE FLETCHER BLDG. HOME 389-3252
128 W. Monroe St. PlaIa'PAGE'6
mer Miss Phyllis S. Holmes of Roosevelt Moll Southgate

Jacksonville, Florida.



. 6, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7


.- ARw Navy Wives

CornerThe ;

,,, .
y "
:...- ,' .- .w.A"i,..- it H tw ,
.. F Navy Wives Club No. 86
{". 7 ... ,..,. r t'a' celebrated Its 16th Anniversarylast
i. 0 with covered dish
:: l : r Tuesday a
{ luncheon at the Clubhouse In De-

HONDA 50" HONDA 305 w i wey Park. Commander Walter J.
u'rr Schub, NAS Executive[ Officer was
SUPER CUB: $,nution,l performing'ni+chin. for the ocas-
.' the speaker
4 Itmh OHV 1It lne. No mix with evtrhe CAM '''Iin.: 4 guest
In, en and oil, 3 speed ttni-,:speed luntmistien, ELECTRIC a a i ii it ston.
million. Buddy Seat, turn :ig-', STARTER! Buddy Star. 1 12 volt ;. i He chose for his topic, "Vehi-
nail, 50 mph. Guaranteed to' Ignition, 100 miles per gallon. cular Traffic Control Aboard the
get 200 mile per gallon Full"Speed over 100 MPH. Full "
price $279.00. Special I terms,';price $675.00, special terms, Air Station.
$40.00 down, only $6.00 p"?$125 down, only $8.50 per The organization of the police
week. (.week. t : division of the Security Department -
"" .-...""'.'," '.;
.BANK FINANCINGeINTERNATIONAL was explained and likened to
the structure of a city police force.
MOTOR MART GUEST SPEAKER at the Navy Wives I Club No. 86 Birthday Ten women were honored for
luncheon was Cdr. Walter J. Schub, NAS Executive Officer. five years of service to the club
1038 Kings Ave. 1037 Hendricks Ave. EX 8-3418 Open Evenings Looking on are Mr:. J.R. Compton and Mrs. Club and given small gifts. They were
WHERE SERVICE COUNTS President. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Garner, PH2P1)STOREWIDE ) Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett; Mrs.
Jesse Bush, Mrs. Wallace Eve-
rosky, Mrs. Kenneth Flowers,
Mrs. Joseph Haga, Mrs. William
Kitchell, Mrs. Richard Middleton,
Mrs. William Reese, Mrs. HenryJ.
Wernet and Mrs. Wilbert Wag-

ner.Other special guests at the
luncheon Included R. Fredrickson,
Editor Women's Page, Times-
Union; Mrs. J.R. Compton, Mrs.
H.D. Allen; Mrs. R.W. Radcliffe; ..
CLEARANCE Mrs. R. Berry; Miss Janet Ras-
tall, Field Director of the American -
Red Cross and Mrs.R.O'NelL
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett, was
luncheon chairman. She was assisted -

Don Kirkwood,Mrs. William Ver-
Compare quality and you will find your million, Mrs. DonaldFarberMrs.Richard .
best buys at Wells and Mrs. BenToot-



2 pc sofa bed suite A beautiful, modern, bedroom suite that words cannot des-

A Terrific value! crib. You have to see It to appreciate

Its value. Double dresser and mirror Table b $29 9S .
9S $87 95 4 chairs l a
$69. chest of{ drawers and bookcase bed. O
Thursday, June 6
Dance contest and dance featuring
B.ddlng S.nsatlonall; Maple I Bunk March Wilson and the Redcoats.
Quilt Top Inner Spring
D'I nette Su Ites Tweed Rugs 8 p.m.-12 p.m.Friday .
Mattress & Bed Outfit
June 7
Large SelectIon 9 xz, ,
and Six Chairs Complete With Bunklu, Guard With Foam Backs
and the
Box r'l Carl
Sp l ng Roll and Ladd.r.Th. whole Works Dance featuring Boyd
Rhythm Kings, 9 p.m.-l a.m.

$49.97 Both For $49.97 $59.97 $18.88 Saturday,June 8

Dance featuring March Wilson and
the Redcoats, 9 p.m.-l a.m.
4 Piece-Danish Walnut. Save S80.00 Dollars on this_ Complete Hollywood

Bed MODERN BEDROOM SU lYE SprtB MeottrS Sunday, June 9
room Suite (nn.r s With, Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the
Double Dras.r b Mirror, By BasSett Matching Box S rlngs. Complete Rhythm Kings, 8 p.m.-1 a.m.
With b Plastic
4 Drawer Chest, ookcau Bed
Dresser, Mirror, Chest b Bookcase B.d. Board Monday, June 10

$79.97 Rog. $229.95 NOW $149.9S $34..95 Dining&Tuesday Dancing June 11 I

Happy Hour 5 pm.-7 p.m.


Game Night 8 p.m.



We Feature........

Drive In Service ;
Open Mon., Sat., 7-6:30:
Dry Fold 8$ lb.

5887 I I NORMANDY i BOULEVARD( I PHONE I 389-1144 I Mln.Shirts Wet or load finished dry SOt 5t lb.22* lb. ,

Monday Friday 9 AM to 6 PM Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM Dye WorkWestconnett 0,

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.' Capt. Pressler Is 21st ;f

"" 'tommander t Fleet Air Wing-11

By Mae Spencer, J01
\ 3
This past Monday, Captain Louis P. Pressler Commander, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, departed on an 'y
Inspection tour of the area covered by his command..Southwest Atlantic and Caribbean... This is the

first such_trip_made_by,the.Captain since taking over the post on May 10. .
me hAw-n ouiciai is me zisi
rv w
to hold the position, since the Wing to handle larger boats."
was commissioned on August 15, He is also looking forward to
1942 at Norfolk, Va. Its head- qua!(! season as nearby Georgia THE DAILY PATROL area is pointed out to Capt. Louis P.
quarters'were transferred here in offers some good sport in the hunt Pressler, Commander, Fleet Air Wing Eleven (I left) by Cdr.
1950. ing line. Robert L. Huber, Wing Operations Officer. FAW-11 is the par.
The Wing encompasses some Other assignments have seen ent command for Patrol Squadrons Five, Seven, Sixteen and
1600 officers and men and four Capt. Pressler as Commanding Eighteen. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)
patrol squadrons...five, seven Officer of Patrol Squadron 102,
sixteen and eighteen. Their mission Head of the Air Branch of the Of- 4
is to conduct weather antisubmarine fice of Naval Intelligence, Executive -
operations, shipping "xdsa L?Y.F Officer of the USS Point Cruz
surveillance and search and res- 4 (CVE-119)), Head of the Air Branch WHEN
cue operations.This of the Office of Naval Researchand
Is Capt. Pressler's first as Commanding Officer of Air WAS THE LAST TIME
tour of duty in Jax. He reported Early Warning Barrier Squadron
here from duty as the CommandIng Copt. Louis P. Pettier, Commander Pacific.He t YOU
Officer of the USS Mount Baker FAW-11. is a graduate of Westminister ENJOYED
(AE-4)) homeported at Port Chi- College Fulton, Missouri, the
cago, Calif.. I to gather quite. abit of Informa- Navy General Line School and of Live Maine Lobster.! '
"One of my first introductions i tion from them," said the Captain the Armed Forces Staff College. 9' Chateaubriad Bouquetiere
to the Air Station was in Japan i "so I have been looking forward During his Navy career he has Chukar
when a friend gave me two copiesof i to my tour here." received the Navy Cross, Distin- I Partridge Rissoto
the Jax Air News. I was able An avid outdoorsman, the Cap- guished Flying Cross and Air Me- Suckling Pig Rissoto ,
tain feels, that Jacksonville offersa dals. Elk Steak -
world of appeal to those who If the Wing's past is indicativeof Or *, ''\j,
-\ Fla. Korean < a 40-foot cabin cruiser and tinue to be spotlighted in the news ,
"if I can find the time" plansto during Capt. Pressler'stour.DurIng Next Time You Eat
Vets Out
Get ,
May the
j get in a lot of fishing while recent Quarantine,
here. Fleet Air Wing Eleven aircraft -W Escape The Every Day At
Ins. Dividends "I would like to stir up interestfor were actively engaged patrolling
boating aboard the station," the ocean areas hundreds of miles
i he stated. "It seems like an Ideal! from the Atlantic coast. Round-
Approximately 4,810 Korean 1 place for it. It would be nice if the-clock flight operations made
Conflict veterans of Florida have 'the fish camp could be expanded possible the early sighting of Soviet t
about six months remaining in i ships bound for the quarantine arson
which to take advantage of about zone and the tracking of sub- a
$526,300'X)0) in special insurance marines in the area.
dividends to be paid to those exchanging NATTU The Wing's aircraft have been ;'
"RS" policies for poli- very active in the space program.
cies bearing the letter W". Honor ClassesHonor They were the first to spot HAM 1035 RIVtUIDC AVCNUt
This special dividend offer expires after his space flight In 196L They
September 13, 1963, B .J. Class selections at Naval were the first to locate "Friend-
Gannon, Officer In Charge, VA ;Air Technical Training Unit have ship Seven" with Lt. CoL John
I. Office, Jacksonville, Florida.,said ;been announced for the week of Glenn aboard and "Aurora Seven"
today.It May 13 20 In the Aviation Elec- with Lt. Cdr. Scott Carpenter a- v .
applies only to Korean Conflict trician's Mate School and for the board in 1962. o r ,
veterans whose Insurance policy week of May 27 June 2 in the Other "firsts" include: first
number Is preceded by the letters Aviation Ordnanceman SchoolP. sighting of the hijacked Portugueseship ? 'VQ
"RS". No other government life J. Savasta Airman Apprentice Santa Maria locating the becalmed t;: 3 'V..J
Insurance policy-holders are eli- was named as weekly honor Nina II, and finding the
gible. student for the Aviation Ordnance hijacked Venezuelan freighter An- q y
man schooL This marked his zoatequi.
To get his dividend, the "RS" second selection for the award.
policyholder must either Class 6305 was the honor class
L Exchange his "RS" term for the week in AE-A schooL This
policy for a "W" termpolicy at marked their second selection for Only OnePayday WeWillIt
generally only one-third the cost the honor.
he Is now paying. Although the term Laurels were carried off by 'Til '.
cannot be renewed after age 50, 'Class 6310 in the AO-A school
protection can be continued by con- They were first time winners. y.J
verting to a low-cost permanent Honor classes and honor stu- NAVY RELIEF )
plan insurance policy at any time 'dents are chosen on a basis of )
.. While the term is In force. scholastic performance and mili- DrawingSOMETHING Toiy
tary appearance.
2. Convert his "RS" policy to
a low cost "W" permanent plan : .-
Insurance NEWI!
policy now.
If the "RS" policyholder takes /'// We Now Honor Credit C rds.

either of these steps on or before j Thank Y OIl!
September 13, 1963, he will receive ServiceS44IiS
his special.dividend. These dividends -
average about $100.00, depending for making this anniversary possible"-
upon the age of the policy-
holder and the length of time he has come in and 'hive Coffee

held his policy.He \ .and Cake with us Friday, 8th and
must act on or before September .
Saturday 9th.
: 13, 1963, however or the divi- ,
dend cannot be paid. )[EV 7-64821

Altogether, about 480,000 Korean -
Conflict policyholders have t BEAUTY SALON
already changed "RS" policies to COASTAL AUTOMOTIVESpecializing

"W" policies. Approximately $38 Syble ConnerStylistOwner PH 384-1522
t. million has been distributed In
dividends since the bill establish In Starters, Generators & AlternatorsJ. 6481 Roosevelt Boulevard
ing this dividend became law
a on E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla. i
September 13, 196L

_-. '- .' .... ,,_ .'_"._N__


New Chief Kelley Wins

NATTU Serviceman HonorsIt

was "Serviceman of the Month" honors one month and a chiefs z 4"
hat the following month for an instructor t 8 \
Training Unit's Aviation Ordnanceman Schools.

Owen W Kelley', AOCA was a .0
selected "Serviceman of the Chief / 1 U
Month" for April 1963, and was
advanced to Chief Petty Officer has
May 16. His selection as "Serviceman seven
of the t.1 nth" was announced -
in ceremonies Monday,
May 27.Chief.
Kelley waited until the bearing, 1
last possible month to be selec- 1
ted. Naval Air Technical Train- In
and a $25
ing Unit "Servl eman of theMonth"
selectees must be E-6 Bond, -
or below.A will spend .m4

commendation signed by Cap- Augustine
tain H.D Allen, Naval Air Technical Augustine ,;
and the
Training Unit Commanding )
Officer, noted that In the 15 monthshe
has been assigned to the Aviation Up l
Ordnanceman class "A" School,
GERALD L. WEST a member of the Jax Navy Pistol team par
AOCA ticipated in the Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pistol Championship
held at NAS Jacksonville this week. West Is an ATI from VP-

ALTERNATORSSOLD Promotion K.Smith from 30. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1))

to Aircraft
AND REBUILT pair ( Mechanic Aircraft Examiner (Radio Mecha-
CI&E Offers
1 YEAR WARRANTY mons, ( )); L. Anderson, nic).
6973 Roosevelt Blvd. Buck I Willie E. Dobbs, Those promoted Public Works
EV 7.6482 Raymond Erwin O. Department were: Hope L Mills Russian ClassA
Edwards, .Doug- from Clerk Stenographer, GS3to
Robert D.Katlbah, Same, GS-4; Samuel L. Dal-
Ernest E. Lee, house and Mearl T* Crumley from course of study In beginner's
a = D. Moody, Supervisory Mechanical Engineer Russian is currently being offeredby
William C. (Utilities), GS-11 to Same, GS-12; the NAS CI&E Office to officers,
Snyder Thomas and Arthur M. Nelson, Structural enlisted personnel and their de-
a a a P. Thursby, Engineer GS-11 to Supervising Engineer pendents. Expert instruction In the

d 4 AUTO and Lawrence E. GS12.In spoken and written language, as
D Examinerto Miscellaneous Groups those well as insightintoRussianmores,
C FIRE MARINE : (Aircraft Me- promoted were: Richard P.Hesel- customs, and history are affordedby

( )) John C. Barry schwerdt, from Guard, GS-3 Security Ru.sslan-bornProressorGre-
Kenneth L. Dept., to Policeman GS-4 gori Glass.
Low Down J. Thomas Security Dept.; Alfred L. Masse The Class which convenes on
Easy to Air- and Delbert Williams from Digital Monday and Thursday evenings at
Representing Battleships"z(Aircraft Mech- Computer Systems Operations 1800 for three hour sessions, Is

( )); Andrew Benton Supervisor, GS-7 Data Processing held In the testing room, first
AUTO and John R. Dept.} Joy Grimes from Clerk- deck of Building 955. There are
MILITARY Examiner Typist, GS-3 Industrial Relations no fees, and no requisites but a
( ( )); Robert Dept. to Appointment Clerk desire to learn. Many who have
Business: 388-3583 S M. Davis, (Typing) GS-4,Industrial Relations sucessfully completed this course
Bennie D. Col- Dept.; Dorothy a Decuers,Clerk- have found it of Immediate bene-
Donnell, Bernard Stenographer, GS-4, Industrial fit. Several have been selected for
6483 Roosevelt H. Hendren, Relations Dept. to Qualifications study at the Naval Intelligence
Eddie A. Lund, Rating Clerk (General; typing), School. Others have been employed -
Wilford P. GS-5; and Rachel B. Geiger File as interpreters.
L. Reed, from Clerk GS-3 Industrial Relations Interested persons may obtain
to AircraftEx- Dept. to Time, Leave & Payroll further information by contacting
ervIiig.AS4eciI: il ( Mechanic (Gen- Clerk GS-4, Comptroller Dept. the NAS Cl&E Office Ext. 618.

)); Dickinson, from

&Technician Estimator, SUPPORT 6 Navy Messes

( ); and W.Henry Fahm G., NAVY RELIEF Compete For Ney

Examiner to
Memorial AwardThree
l -. I

BUY YOURMOBILE 1 : ashore and three afloat I
enlisted men's messes have been
chosen the best In the naval establishment -
and selected: to compete
A WEEK for the Navy's highest food service
.-9 p.m. FIRST. honor the Ney Memorial Awards
FROM Plaque.

NORTH FLORIDA'S AND The three top ship messes are
the USS Franke E. Evans(DD754)a

MOBILE HOME SAVE! destroyer based at Long Beach.
Calif.; the USS Vulcan (AR-5)), a
.. ,. ",._-.--- -- \ repair ship homeported at Norfolk,
($' ).E"I'V&V:: 7d.r'1 .s- ; ; 1 Va., and the USS Oriskany(CVA-
1.'J.t'D': kALi.; : : 34)), and aircraft carrier out of San
'LYi'..iYf.. .:'r.YYYY:' .-SyWW. .,.;... : WE TRADE Diego, Calif.
The ashore Ney Award finalists
FOR FURNITUREOR are the Naval Submarine Base at

ST. .Ill! Illllf(I] ANYTHINGOF VALUE Pearl 1961; the Harbor Naval a Air Ney Station runner-up,Corpus In

Christ! and
Texas the Naval Air
HIGHWAY Station .Patuxent River, Md. The
6263 Roosevelt Blvd. 4342 Phillips. Hwy. of Phlllpg Highway Patuxent River facility is a 1961
EV 4-5584 EX 8.9021 Ney Award winner and a 1962
.. ..
"We Trade Anything From Billygoats to runner-up in the annual world-
wide food service contest.JUNE .

I -- JUNE =I-' I. ,


Petty Officers Gel 'Duty, Honor, Country'

New Rate System

a ? A Tribute to MacArthurWashington

Washington (AFPS) Petty
officers In overcrowded ratingscan

R '?I IR now apply for a change of rat- (AFPS) Duty,HH\ Country which has been recordedfor
Ing In a needed area. Country-the motto of the West future wdr' Id-wide presentation
A new Navy personnel Instruction or Point, Cadet' and theme of Generalof over Armed 'forces; Radio Service.WESTSIDE
(BUPERS 1440.5D) estab- MacArthur'sspeech
the Arniy} Douglas
'r, i Y tv
for the
,It l lishes a program to the Cadet Corps last May
7l YT ment of strength between ratings has Inspired a musical composition -
which have too many petty officers -
I"F 't that pays tribute to general
n and those critically short. and the code of conduct to whichhe
Vice Admiral W. R Smedberg strongly subscribes and
k h m, chief of Navy personnel, said recommends.The w
that he desires personnel of the U. S. Army Band and Chorus
Navy to serve In the rating for
presented the premiere per-
which they have the greatest apti- formance of Duty, Honor, Countryat I
tude and Interest.
General MacArthur
a tribute to
Requests for permission to com-
the Chamber of Commerce at
pete for a change In rating will be Its recent National Convention. A

approved If: narration that Included excerpts
-The requested change Is to a
from the general's speech of May
FIVE MILLION $$$-Marne! Lahce Corporals Richard N. Ellis less crowded rating. 12 was performed by singing star
and James B. Arment stand guard over the five million; dollars -There Is an allowance within Dennis Morgan.An .

which the Jax Navy Credit Union displayed during the celebration the applicant's present duty sta- additional honor was paid to

of its record-breaking asset tota ., (Official U.S. Navy tion for the requested rating. the leader of the Pacific Forces of e [J lIZIG
Photo Ron Gardner PH2-P1)) -Qualifications for the requested -
by WWII when retired Adm. Arleigh
rating and eligibility requirements Burke accepted for General Mac- SERVING

are met. Arthur .a bronze plaque noting his SOUTHWEST
MC Commandant Oceangraphers Application for a change will DUVAL
be services to the country. The COUNTY
normally approved providing
will be presented to the WITH
View On .( the changes do not cause an undesirable COMPLETE
Explains To Study Water effect on the overall Academy at a later CONVENIENT

Weapons ChangeWashington A team of oceanographers will distribution of personnel. In a short acceptance speech, COMMERCIAL MODERN

conduct a study of water circular Admiral Burke spoke of his high BANKING

(AFPS-The Ma- tion in the Mayport Basin at U.S. esteem and respect for General !SERVICES 4

rine Corps Is not contemplating Naval Station, Mayport and the MacArthur as a military leader, K

changing marksmanship qualification St. Johns River during the period referring to him as one of.: this NOURftMw..Th.P.. .- ,3O AM-l-0O IMD.4.

scores of the M-14 rifle, according June 6 to 21st. country's greatest soldiers anc Y..frJOAMJ.0OIMF.NqO+n//AM-I e, Ass a.,.,.
The oceanographers, from the emphasized that In addition to
to its Commandant, Gen.
David M. U.S. Naval Oceanographic OfficeIn his military accomplishments,
Washington, will release a small Douglas MacArthur ranks among
The General all figures he
says quantity of red dye Into the water the truly "Great Americans" for
has seen Indicate the M-14's ac-
for measurement of movement and his many other contributions to his
Is the same as the M-l on
curacy dilution. The dye Is harmless and country and fellow man.
the "A" qualification course and
no requirement for alteration ex- has no effect on marine life. Two Oklahoma men,Ralph Blane I''LANDING .. 771.6161Member
ists. Reports indicated that some 1 ne team expects to great and Morris Billington, and a Hol- OULIVARO
deal about the small scale water lywood composer, Leo Arnaud,
installations were having so many
movements locally by observingthe collaborated In the writing and
qualified that it was thought that of FDIC
minimums would have to be colored water patches, which r4'i orchestration of Duty, Honor,
may be visible for several days.
raised. Corps-wide experience is
Similar tests have already been
contrary to this, he said.
conducted In other harbors and J
Marines are using the Armalite
AR-15 rifle in some guerilla actions rivers.
in Southeast Asia but there DID YOU KNOW THAT .:.The
are no plans to change to it. Gen- earliest hurricane of "which we LOOK TO I
eral Shoup did not rule out pos- .
sible use of the AR-15, or any have a record of occured duringthe
other weapon, saying that all pos- voyages of Christopher Colum-
sibilities are being investigatedand bus. Andres Poey gives the ear-
that in some areas it may be liest date of the hurricane as take- I BEST SELECTION OF USED
more applicable than the M-14. I
12 1493.
Ing place February ,

won't"But leave any we ?,,.- ? Columbus 'encountered this storm CARS IN JACKSONVILLE
enemy soldier I near the Azores on his return

unkilled no trip from his first voyage to the
matter what West Indies. Each year between

the rifle Medal we use of," l June and November the Navy's Large SelectionFROM

Honor winner Hurricane Hunters based out of

Jacksonville, Florida and Roose- AFPS.uPI ... $100.00 TO $1,000.00!
said.The Corps has velt Roads, Puerto Rico remainon TAKING TO ArER-Pr' Linda .

temporarilyturned the job as the nations modern Bennett prepare to try out the
thumbs 1.= Paul Revere, ready to ride at the "world's largest tail water pool"' at Low Down !
down on armedhelicopters first mention of a storm and give Palitadei,Ainuiemeitt Park, N. J. Payment
,saying In or out of the water, all will agree
Gen.Shoup ample warning to areas In the
that they that Linda makes a pretty picture.
are too vulner- path of danger. Low Weekly Payment!
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firNotes Notes ClvbThursday' ,

I Thursday, Jvne 6 '
Jn 6
June 6 ,
Thursday .
Happy Hour 4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Games bf your choice. "J'Slng along" 8 p.m.-ll a.m.

Friday ,June 7 Friday, June 7 Friday, Jane 7
Blind date nite. Arnold "4"
to Johnny ,
Saturday June 8 Mark Castle's :Combo 8:30 p.m.-
9:00 p.m.-l:00 a.m. '
Coed Nite. 12:30 a.m.Saturday (

Sunday, June 9 June 8 Saturday, June 8
MovieTo be announced),7 to 8 P.M. Chantels--9:00 .
to } p.m.- "
Combo 8:30:>
Monday, June 10 1:00 'a.m. Food SpecialClubSteak Capples p.m.-
I use Camp Show Rehersals 7 to $1:00 12:30 a.m.

P.M. Sunday, June 9
*.rr Free'dance lessons, 8 to a30 P.M. Sunday, June 9
-- Dance Follows, 9:30: to 11:00 P.M. Dancing to Cappy's Combo. Food Game Nlght5:30'p.rn.'l:30 p.m.
Trio 8:30-12:30: ) a.m.
Tuesday, June 11 SpecialWestern Steak $L3O Kay Ryan
Chess & Checkers Monday, June 10
Wednesday, June 12. Monday, June 10
Dish< Jockey Show "MC" Al Pizza Night Pinochle and Chess Tournament
Alberts. 8 to 11:00 P.M.Services 5:30 p.m.-10t30: p.m.

Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 11
Unite "
Game Night--aOO p.m. Happy
Game Nf ht-8 10:30 p.m.
Hour one hour after game night.

fn! Storm StudyWashington Wednesday, June 12
Wednesday, June 12
Hour 4 p.rn.-8p.rn. Sports
Western Nite with the Country Happy
(AFPS) The Drifters. Movie-6 p.m.
Army, Navy, and Air Force are
participating in the third U.S.
Weather Bureau National Severe
Coast Guard Tries
Storms Project. Space 'Grease' Could
On a Greyhound thru service bus, you ride straight This year, project scientists are Floating StationsLos
thru to your destination.The onlythingthatchanges oncentrating on the study of individual End Auto Lubricating
clouds and what on
is the scenery. Only Greyhound has so much thru inside them. goes Ft. Lauderdale,Fla.(AFPS)-

bus service to so' many places. For thru service The main tests are being conducted Angeles (AFPS) Space The U. S. Coast Guard has
In Oklahoma and about Vehicle research may result In launched two floating search and
16,000 families within an 80-mile automobiles that never need rescue stations In an experiment.
radius of Norman,Okla.,have been lubricant to cut the cost of similar shore-
Exclusive Scenicruiser Service at no extra(fare. For example: greasing, a Navy
........, ..-.. .MM ...,' ...Way provided wits check-off forms to specialist says.A based Installations.The .
Miami, Fla....... 20...$ 8.45 New Orleans, La. 5.$17.50 serve as a cooperative hail-re- 500 per cent Increase in the floating stations, double-
New york........ 12.$28.15 Tampa, Fla....... 15...$ 5.35 porting network. life of bearing assemblies was decked craft, 60 feet long and 28
Washington, I D.C.; 9.$20.80 Charleston, S.C.. '7.:..$ 7.75 Five specially equipped Air reported to the American Chem- feet wide, accommodate 10 men.
Atlanta, Ga...... 11...$ 9.90 Cincinnati, Ohio. 6.$21.80Extra Force and Navy aircraft are participating ical Society by M. J. Devine, head Each station would Include a 30-
savings on Greyhound's round-trip furlough tares! : In this year's project of the experimental lubricants foot, high-speed patrol craft and
since planes of the U.S. Weather branch of the Aeronautical a 16-foot skiff and trailer for res-
Bureau's Research Flight Facility Materials Laboratory at the Naval cue work.
Greyhound Terminal 10 N. Pearl St. Phone 356-5521 "'are In India participating in the Air Engineering Center In Phil- Plans call for mooring the sta-
Indian Ocean Expedition.The adelphia.The tions In heavily used smallboatareas.
project has the active cooperation new lubricating system, They are scheduled to be
GO of the Aeronautical designed to keep machinery workIng In service by mid-July one at
Systems Division, the Geophysics without care In space utilizes Ft. Myers, Fla., and the other In
Research Dlrectorate.the TacticalAir a combination of molybdenum Virginia.
Command, the Air Weather surfaces and lubricants made ot If successful, the $50,000 floating -
Service> the Air Defense Command metallic sulfides. station may replace the equivalent -
...ana leave the. driving tons and several universities and $200,000 land! based unit.!
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:;.:S LITTLE LEAGUE CANDY SALESMEN, line ,the base path prior to exhibition ball game capping .
I the day's festivities. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).

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Efforts In Fund Candy SaleTwentyone

}+ Jax Ortega Little to Keith Marsden. was un-official, however, as It was
League baseball players received Marsden received his commen- merely an exhibition game for the
public acknowledgement and 15 dation for selling the largest a- Candy Drive,benefit.
more got letters of commendationfrom mount of candy in the Ortega The Blackbirds are: Bobby Den-
the CO of Patrol Squadron Little League Candy Sale. He contributed ton, Barry Marsden, Mike Gal-
Forty-Five, Thursday night, May $43, part of the$298 turn- letta, Keith Marsden, Hank Hayes,
..... 30 at the NAS Blue Angel Field. ed in by the Blackbirds, his team. Bobby Knight, David Galletta,John
: Commander L.H. Elliott, in behalf The league collectively earned Fagan, John Taylor, Dean Fort,
ki :11 of his squadron, VA-45, and $1200 on the candy sale, which Bobby Rinwtck, Bill Burgess and
:1k. Captain Ralph Elliott, president of will be used to partially supporj Thomas Payne.: Their manager. is
: _: the Little League, congratulated the Little League budget.In Merton Austin.
J representatives of seven ball clubs competition among the teamsto The All-Stars were: Tony De-
KEITH MARSDEN receives a handshake and a letter of com and presented letters of commen- see who could 'sell the most Angelis, 91ers; Chuck Flowers,
mandation from Commander L. H. Elliott and Lt. CDR G.R.M. dation to the Blackbirds, the team candy, ;the King Size Cokes, the Jets; Sammy Bates, Indians; Gary
Person, the Commanding Officer and Executive Officer respec-- named after and sponsored byVA45 NARTU Warriors and the Black- Coyle, Chefs; Rob Beggs, Lll Admirals -
lively, for selling the largest amount of candy In the Ortega and a special commendation birds were respectively the top ; Bruce Cornelison, War-
Little League Candy Drive. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron three teams. riors; Dan Peterson, Meres; Jim
Gardner, PH2-P1)). Invite JaxGolfers After the presentations the DeGennaro, Warriors; John Willis -
Blackbirds played the represen- Indians; Rus Jeter,Chefs;Eric
To tatives who were made up of three Lindberg, Warriors; Clay Smith,
outstanding players from each of Mercs; Mark WhItson, Jets; Ricky
TournamentNeighboring the remaining seven teams in the Jones, Chefs. Their coaches were
llliiii/ iiiiniHeain TPr league. The All Stars behind A.N. White of the Jets and Nick
Cecil Field has announced strong pitching and some hefty bats Pulignano of the Chefs.
that Saturday and Sunday, won the game. 6-3. The ball game
June 29-30, are the dates sche-
> duled for its 11th Anniversary Invitational -
Golf Tournament. dial EV 8-7676

Chuck Phillips Frank Layne Open to both military and civilian -
Indoor Pool BY. Red Cross linksters,.the tourney is being MILITARY
limited to 135 entries.An entry
fee of $8 is being charged and
From Key West to Pensacola.... Your Red Cross further reminds
registered handicaps will be re-
from Homestead Jacksonville.. you to "Play It safe in the water, quired. AUTO IIABII.I INSURANCE
and all points in the'sWater and stay alive." Always swim with
This fee, according to a Cecil
Safety Month In Florida. another person if there is no life
spokesman, covers the cost
Governor Farris Bryant has guard around Swim In a safe place. of prizes, food and refreshmentsand rungr+wwt ci w tscvici: +
proclaimed the month of June as Don't be a showoff. Stick to the all fees. Dour. ua.a roaks+ovs .

Water Safety Month in Florida and rules..and..don't endanger others.If The 36-hole green tourney will featurea McDOUGALL'S E CE
calls upon all of us to help in reducing you are in doubt of your cap- championship and six other 6463 Roosevelt Blvl-Nev NAS-JtcksonTlll
the loss of life by drown- abilities as a safe swimmer,
flights. After it ends
on Sunday,
ing. here's a suggestion to ponder: enroll -
a putting contest will be held.
in a Red Cross water safety
Golfers here atJacksonvillewhowish GET A
SoftballA course. to enter should
contact golf
More information can be obtained -
couple possible thrillers will on such an enrollment by call- pro extension Roscoe 89-243.O'Neal All at Cecil Field fees MISSILE AGE DEAL!
be on tap tomorrow night in Intra- Ing the RC Field Director's Of- and handicaps must be entry submitted
mural Softball competition as four ficer, Ext. 552. We can't think
leading teams from both the of a better way to save your life. when registering.
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American and National Leagues NEW CARS
see action against each other In
a double-header at EnterpriseField. SAVE-NOW JAX NAVY"FAITH" 1 Lowest Prices

FEDERAL Highest Trade-in Allowance
Beginning at 6 p.m. AF679 goeson Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town
; iiti
the line against Ordnance in
the American League tilt. CREDIT UNION sJIuI

Again at 8 p.m. YP-30vies Hos- IN THE FUTURE -' USED CARSOkayed
pital in a National League ball
game. Used Cars at Two Big Lots

The first game represents the AANTICIPATEDj .I 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
opportunity for Ordnance to Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty
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Win loss record.In ; DIVIDEND
the 8 p.m. ball game the MISSILE@J
same situation arises with the two

''National leads the League league with Hospital unblemished 4 8% GORDON THOMPSON

11-0 win-loss record while .
VP-30, in a second place tie with "Jacksonville's
' VP-7 carries 8-2 win-loss
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Fish Derby To

Begin June 8

For CiviliansThe
Ads should'U molUd to the JAX1' AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd Drive,
JackionvllU 8, Florida to orrlv not lotr than Tu. doy 'for publication
Board of Directors for the the tallowing Thurtday. Ads arriving too lot* for this deadline
Civilian Recreation and will b. published the following week unless the publisher Is In. .
Employees .
strutted otherwise. A or mo'ney order for the full cost of the
Welfare Association, this week announced ad inUit be received WITH the copy for the ode DO NOT SEND CASH.
the rules to govern the
Fisherman's Rodeo which will be
held from Saturday, June 8 to RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
t Sunday, July 7. Ptr- additional lint ((4 words per line) .35

a The rules are: all entrants must

be Civil Service employees of the FOR SALE-3BR, 1 Bath, Central Rm., gar., by owner 4000 Anvers
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville; heating, air cond., kitchen equip- Blvd. SP 1-5945.
only black bass, bream, speckled ped, fenced backyard, sm. equityVA -
HONORARY SKYDIVER RAdm. Joseph M. Carson, Com Fair- perch, red bass,king mackerel and financed. 8218 Patou D r.South. FOR RENT-Unfurn. Venetia Ma-
Jax, receives honorary membership certificate in the Jax Navy drum are eligible for entry; the EV7-4312. nor 3BR., 2 bath, $175. Phone
Sport Parachute Club from club president Dave Schmuck. (Official entry must have been caught with 388-0583.
U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). rod and reel, fishing pole or hand- FOR RENT-UNFURN. HOUSE, 2
line from waters In or surrounding BR, kitchen equipped, large fen- FOR SALE '59 Simca Aronde
the state of Florida. Entries ced yard, near NAS & CF., 1 hardtop-23000 miles, $500. Call
must be signed and must be certified child. $50, SP1-Q375 after 5 Week- EV8-4188, being transferred.FOR .
by a licensed Florida Fish days.ST. .
Camp Operator. SALE1954 Morris Minor,
Entries may be turned In to JOHN'S AV. 4244-2 rooms eff. Conv., radio, heater, good work
any of the Directors, Civilian Em- apt. $9 per wk. furnished. Tel. trans., under $200. Ext. 518 NAS,
ployees Recreation and Welfare EV9-6455. Lt. Pope.
"HE WHO ON Association or by Yard Mail addressed -

to Industrial Relations UNFURNISHED BUNGA ;.OW-2725 FOR RENT Unfurn. 5344 Holly-
Department, Building 907, Atten- Algonquin In Onega, 2BR.,kitchen crest. 3BR., one air cond.,kitchen
HIS TRADE tion: Fisherman's Rodeo. Incase equipped, laundry connections, elec. equipped nr. NAS & Cecil.
RELIES of Identical entries, the prize will fenced backyard $75. FL9-4168 or $85.00 mo. EV8-1505orEL5-5474
be awarded to the earliest entry. EV9-890L
The Rodeo will be administeredand SINGER SLANT NEEDLENew

UST EITHER BUST awards selected by the Boardof DRIVING TO MINNEAPOLIS June Console perfect sewing condition,
Directors, Civilian Employees 15. Take 3 passengers. Phone Ext. original price $300. Does every-
Recreation and Welfare Asso- 8550 or EV7-4528. J.E. Cundy. thing, zlg zag, decorative stitches.
ciation. The entries of non-win- Pay off balance, $6L20 or take
OR ADVERTISE. ners will be consolidated and one FOR SALE3BR, 2 Bath, Fla. up payments, $8.25 mo. Call EL3-
entry selected for award of a con- 1946 or CH6-2282.
solation prize equal to a first '
Sir Thomas LiptonDON1 prize. Non compliance with any
rule will automatically disqualifythe

BUST. Entry entry.blanks'may be obtained w r-
from any member of the Boardof
Directors. Members are: Wil-
ADVERTISE IN I THE liam A. Duncan, Sr. and L. D. I
Collins, Power Plant Division,
Overhaul and Repair Department;
JAX AIR NEWS George J. Gahagan, Material Division -

Supply Department;Eugene
359-5140 359-0271 Shimp, Maintenance Division,
Public Works Department; and
Thomas M. Cowan of Industrial
Relations Department. Entry
blanks ma? also be obtained by
telephoning Ext. 8134.


TIRE COMPANY THE CHIEFS, The American League representatives rolled to a
one point margin and the NAS Intramural Bowling Championshipas
SPECIAL !1 they defeated their other Patrol Squadron Thirty entry, the
Owl Hoots in the last match by a score of 4-0. They are (L to R)
AI Gastiger, Bernie Gennarino, Don Disharoon, Dave Williamsand
Jack Blalock. Chuck Lambert and John
Sologovitch w e r e
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"Working with them and for iw--1- .
F V 4
them" was Mrs. Pat' Ramirez' I
way of describing her job at the
NAS Hobby Shop.
She Is employed by the Navy
Exchange to run a. hobby supply '
facility In the Special Services .y
Activity. She also self-appolnted-
ly helps anyone that may need assistance -
with a hobby.
The Exchange is stocked with
any number of hobby kits and mat 4 {
erials used In the other sections of Vl
the Hobby Shop. For example,Mrs.
Ramirez displays everything from
to coils, In small acces-
Emil Prasltck A01 from Oceano, Virginia -
STEADY BOY on sories for the car, "greenstuff"for
was one of some nearly 200 riflemen competing for honors in ceramics, lumber for wood-
the Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pfstol Championship at NAS Jack work and items photography and
sonville. Praslick took high honors the first day in Individual:' electronics enthusiasts.Mrs. .
Rifle Competition as he compiled a 246 .coreout of a possible Ramirez practically guar-
250, with five Vs. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, antees that, "If we don't have

PH2-P1)). something pertaining to a hobby
that someone needs, we can putIt
on special order and get it P01 iri Argentine Navy didn't really come! all that distance
Sets Pace Golf Notes right away." } just to patronize the HAS Hobby Shop. Exchange, but he did find
The Hobby Shop and Exchangeare time to break away from his studies at AO-B :school where he
Members of the Jax Navy Var- open on weekdays from 3 to is a student to. enjoy a little leisure time and work on his car
In xMural'BowlOffs sity Golf Team, together with NAS 10 p.m. ; on Saturdays from 9 a.m. there. Mrs. Pat Ramirez keeps the Exchange, stocked with practically -
golf pro Joe MacDonald, are tak- to 9 p.m.; and on Sundays from anything la hobbist needs. (Official( ,U.) S. Navy Photo
ing part In the Fernandina Beach 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. by. Ron Gardner, ,PH2-P1)). j I dTHE'
Golf Tournament which began today -
and will run through Sund ay,June 9. RACE Foik SPACE
Pro MacDonald has his sightsset comprised of three amateur and .
on the $5,000 professionalstakes one professional. Tomorrow will \ '
In station Bowl-Offs, Dick Van- while the varsity squadIs be the start of the division play. : :
derhoof, ADR3, of VP-30 rolled seeking laurels In the amateur 9>> .,1' )
scores of 201, 257 and 159 to cop division.On \ : .;
the high game for the season and the amateur roster for Jax Young golfers, eight years old t ;
to establish a high three game set Navy are John Francis, Bill Rob- and up, are reminded that the .
of 617. bins, Gus Duliakas, Bob McEl- Second Annual Children's Free I.
The previous high game, a 254, hinney, Ron Fulton and Milt Hurst. Golf Clinic will be held at the J ; 1.
had been held in regular season Today is a special Pro-Am go- NAS course June 14, 21, 28 and "' '".. (.!.. ... i ,
by Gary Kleven of VA-45. Lt.jg( ) round In which each foursome Is July 5. -. :: -"
Irvin Claxton of FAETUwasholder i'i
of the high set with a 614 before
Vanderhoof rolled his three high 00 CARLOAD!! 0

games. / Including Free Wed. .-
Ironically, VanderhooPs team, Movies with Post. _
the Owl Hoots, was bowling against See the Best for Less.
Kleven's team, the Hornets, when _
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the new high game was bowled. 3+ programs.See dally papers for m
When Vanderhoof rolled his seven-
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strike, high, game Kleven was the this side of Rome. i,
first to shake his hand. U.S. 17 So.MOVING l r.
The two teams bowled so closely
mat one game and the tCfa: ,Pi1! WITH SPACIOUS HOMESIS
count were each separated by
only two pins, resulting in a 2-2
point split for the night's talley. ?

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6, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 15

VP-18 Det.. 'Returns g a'' : I IAft

N 1 w \: ( 5 Mos. In Argentia.i ."

Patrol Squadron Eighteen's last and ice patrol flights there were
three aircraft and crews arrivedIn sandwiched (in occasional flightsto

Jacksonville Monday after completing replenish Ice-locked bases in

a five month rotation of detached Greenland with flights ranging as

duty in Argentla/Jewfound- far north as Thule, Greenland, 800
land. miles from the North Pole, well
In addition to the routine sur- inside the Arctic Circle and qualifying -

veillance and duties carried out / participants in such flights

by the detachment, they conducted for Blue Nose recognition.
regular Ice patrols throughout the Commander S.K. Mansfield led

shipping lanes of the North Atlantic the first detachment, followed by

EARLY SEASON POLLYWOGS- Crew Eleven, on such a Lieutenant Commander J. E.

Dependents of personnel as- patrol reported the first iceberg Klause, Lieutenant Commander D.
EL 6-420 I signed to NATTU's AE "A" of the season to menance sea lanes. Negron, Lieutenant I.J. Johnsonand

School receive basic fundamentals Among the surveillance, ASW Lieutenant D.L. Wuethrich.PUZZtt }.,

of Beginner's Swimming by

'63 MODELS their water safety instructor,
J.E. Casados, AECA. First of I .

its type conducted at the Indoor *
pool thus far this season, 1.1
BUDGET the beginning class was held ,

over a five-day period. Upon Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the Jax Air News,
RENT-A-CAR completion of the eachof offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to
this week s crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200,
the young swimmers receiveda each Saturday following publication. The winner will be announcedin
Red Cross certificate. The next week's issue o? the Jax Air NeY. Entries must be sentto
graduated pollywogs are: (L to the Bolt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville

FULLY EQUIPPED IcCol R) Donald Jewel, Bruce Ayres, 8, Fla.

Bradley Casados, Glenn Casa
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PHONE 384-5575 Furniture Bldg.

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6435 Roosevelt Boulevard Jacksonville 10, Florida 0 771- 573 3843033JUNE

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62 IMPALA . . . .$2495 60 COMET . . . .$1295
4-Dr. Hardtop, PWR Steer. & Brakes, Standard transmission. R&H.
V-8, Auto. Trans., Like New.
62 CHEVROLET IMPALA .$2595 R&H, A.T., Deluxe Leather Int., X nice
V-8 A.T., P.S.,.R&H, Fact. Air Cond., 1963 TR IUMPH

WSW 56 OLDS . . . .$350
2-dr., hard-top, auto. trans., R&H. TR-4
62 FAIRLANE 500" . .$1695 '
A. Trans., V-8, Heater, Blue & White, 60 CHEVY STATION WAGON .$1395
WSW. 6-Cyl. stand. shift. One of the nicest
cars on our lot. 2849
59 ALFA ROMEO . . .$1395
Convertible, Radio and Heater. 56 PLYMOUTH . . .$ 295
2-door sedan, radio and heater.
62 CORY AIR MONZA . .$1695
5 to Choose from! 59 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN .$1195
9-pass. standard shift, heater.
62 COMET . . . .$1795 ___--...
Auto trans.. R.&H., like new. 55 FORD . . . .$ 495. .
Straight stick, 6 cylinder, heater.
6-cyl., auto., transmission R&II. 61 FALCONS . . .????? I:\
4-door sedans. 5 TO CHOOSE FROM!II!
";: Blue & White, V-B, Auto. Trans., R&H,
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