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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1962
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Safe f Driver VP-30 Open House Page 5

Ham Radio Club Page 6
_ _ Vol. 20 No. 24 OS. NAS JackwnTill Fla. 23 August 1962


Miami Sea CadetsToVisitAug.2730 -: S- 100 Before

VA-135 Posts %


NAS Sax will host 50 Miami _
Sea Cadets here on the Station _ .\ aa CC-UF Drive Begins HereAttack

August 27-30, providing them
with opportunities to view to- Squadron 135 believes in doing things quickly,
day's modern Naval Air Arm. jw as evidenced by their donation Tuesday of $150 to the CC-

The boys, ranging in age from UF drive which doesn't start, until August 30.

12 to 18 years, are being spon- The Commanding Officer of and VA-135 became the first
sored by the Miami Council of the squadron, Commander B. W. Navy organization to present

the U. S. Navy League. __ 7\ Smith received a letter from their donation and to boast of
While visiting NAS the cadets _ Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, 100 per cent participation.
will follow a rather rigid schedule Commander Fleet Air Jackson- ,

beginning each morning with rev- ville, on Monday, August 20 tel-
eille at 0630.During ling of the forthcoming fund HAS Plane Flies
the course of their drive. Since the squadron is goIng ,
stay they will be taken on guided to be decommissioned in the Mission
tours to such activities at the near future, and is currently Mercy
Parachute Loft, the Boat House, I down to only 34 enlisted men A NAS Jax twinengine'searcband
VA-44 and VW-4, the Fire Sta- and five officers, CDR Smith rescue plane, flown by
tion, Operations, VP-5, the Fleet ; decided to move quickly. LCDR W. W. Ware, left the Sta-
Air Photo Lab, O&R, VP-7, VP- _, tion last Sunday night carryinga
BY NOONTIME the 20th the
30, and the NATTU pool for a EARLY BIRDS-Harold S. Truman. ADC (left) of VA-135 on supply of emergency serum to
water survival session. The boys presents a $150 check to CAPT Vincent F. Casey. Chief of Staff. squadron was able to announcea
ComFalrJax and ComNabSix (right) while CDR B. W. "Buck" 100 per cent participation in Miami where a victim of 9. King
will also be given a lecture on Smith (center), squadron skipper, looks on. The check was the the CC-UF drive and a total of Cobra bite was in serious condi-
first aid.Hours. squadron's donation to the forthcoming CC-UF drive which begins -
collected and be
to
$150 ready
of recreation have been on August 30. tion.William Haast, owner of a
turned over to the drive.
set aside for swimming, softball Miami serpentarium was bitten
Tuesday morning in ceremonies -
and movies. in the office of Captain Vin- by the deadly reptile while
Included in their visit to the Seven Local Squadron Pilots cent F. Casey, Chief of Staff, milking the snake's venom be-
(Continued on Paoe: 5. Cot 3)) Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville fore an audience of 145 people.HE .


ENS arsens' Escort Miss America EntriesOne the check was presented found tivenom WAS in serum Miami.GIVEN that More ALL could needed the an-be,


of seven lucky pilots hereat Last Day for a call was placed to the Univer-
Safety IdeaIs NAS might someday be ableto Station boathouse Tuesday after- sity of Florida and the NAS
tell his grandchildren, "I was noon when they arrived for a School Sign 'Up plane was called upon to make

an escort for Miss America backin tour of NAS facilities. Today, Thursday, August 23 the delivery.
While here, the lovely Misses Although Haast hag been bit-
Winner"Safe 62". is the last day that pupilsnew I
were taken on a guided tour of
ten 79 times by poisonous snakes
Pairing off with seven lovely to Dual County schools
Naval Aviation Safe- Miss America Pageant contest- VA-44 and then were met by will be able to register, it this was the first time he's been
guards Your Nation" was selected ants who visited NAS Jax on CAPT J. M. Hanner, CO of the was announced this week. the victim of a King Cobra bite.
yesterday as the win- Tuesday were seven pilots from Naval Hospital where they visited Registration is from 1000 to Latest Air News report on
ning entry in the 1963 Corn- patrol and attack squadrons based various wards. 1400 at the various schools. Tuesday was that he was still in
Fair Aviation After leaving the Station, the serious condition.
Jax/ComNabSix
here. They are: LTJG R. E. Parents of first grades be-
Safety Slogan Contest. remainder of the afternoon was Other crewmen of the plane
Webb of VP-5, escorting Miss ing registered are remindedto
C. L. Larsen VAP62 spent relaxing at Ponte Vedra LCDR D. E. Shover
Ensign South Carolina (Evelyn Ellis) ; bring an original birth cer- were: copilot -
authored the winner and Beach, followed by a receptionand G. E. ADI
LTJG P. M. Broderick of VA-35, tificate or certified copy of ; Qwartney, ,
thereby won an allexpensepaid escorting Miss Florida (Gloria dinner. I the certificate.All plane captain; L. D. Bryant,
,. holiday weekend in historic Brody) ; LT V. E. Arvin of It all had to come to an end, schools in the county AE3; and Airmen S. A. Elliston
however, and the girls left for I and .
St. Augustine. R. M. Kosztur, observers.The
Jer- will
VP-18, escorting Miss New open on Tuesday, Sep-
Placing second and third in Sarasota yesterday-leaving at plane returned to NAS on
sey (Georgia Malick) ; ENS C.; ] tember 4.
the contest which drew 500 W. Shephard of VP-30, escortingMiss least seven pilots in the clouds. Monday.

entries, were Alfred Becker, New York State (Paula R.
AC2, NARTU and P. J. Small Heins) ; LTJG R. W. Dickey of
SM1, Shore Patrol Headquarters. VP-30, escorting Miss Georgia
Becker will receive a $25 Cross and
(Katherine Eugenia ) ;
cash award; Small $15. ENS L. R. Ulery of VA-44, escorting -
Rear Admiral Joseph M. :
Miss Maryland (Beverly
Carson initiated the contestto I Ann Smith). w

create among all person- CAPT James R. Compton, NAS r-i'
nel an acute awareness of the
I I Commanding Officer, met the ) !
importance of aviation safety.
I beauties and their escorts at the



Charlie Spivak To AppearAt



Bluejacket's Inn Aug. 30The IT'L


first big name attraction planned for the Blue-
jacket's Inn since its grand opening will be the appearance
of Charlie Spivak and his orchestra on Thursday, August 30.
Music for dancing and listen-
those conducted by the
bands
ing will be on tap from 2000 to as '
2400. Dorsey Brothers, Ray Noble and ;y (. '

Spivak and his group have Ben Pollack..
played engagements at many of With the addition of the two'
the Nation's leading hotels and new dance floors at the Inn, patrons -
clubs. N should find it more enjoy-
FOR MANY YEARS, before able, it was noted.
forming his own dance band, Other new features at the Inn
Spivak was rated as the most include new modern furniture,
sought after free lance trumpeter wall-to-wall carpeted color TV

in the country. He played lounge, additional area for the GALA OPENING-CAPT James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer cuts the ribbon
with radio's leading conductors Crow's Nest (fer POI and 2s opening the newly decorated Bluejacket' Inn while Navy Exchange Food Service Manager H. L.
on many of the most important and their guests) and the entire. Dye (left). RADM Joseph M. Carso ComFairJax and CDR J. L. Delany, Navy Exchange Of
ficer (right)) together with club members and guests witness the ceremony which occurred
programs. Before that time, he area has been repainted and re- Wednesday Aug. 14. Following a free refreshment hour and buffet celebrant* danced to the .
was featured, with such ,greatP.2 i landscaped. music of Johnny Jelinek's Orchestra. (Additional photos on Page 5.7 .)



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Violation RecordThe
HAL Jecbcwwltle PROPAGANDA
CAn I. R. Conqrto ____________ Commanding Office of
CM welter J. Sckub acitlOfficer following is a report Propaganda is persuasion. More particularly, it is the
flee Ak Jacksonville NAB 6ND traffic violations for the pe- technique of influencing the attitude of large numbers of

ADM Joseph M. Carton Command riod August 12 through Au- people by the use of symbols such as words, pictures and

CAn Vtooent Casey fleet Air Wing Eleven Chief of Staff gust 18.NUMBER. even music. In modern days, the channels of propagandaare

CAW OUbert J. Preuen...... Commander OF ACCIDENTSThis the media of mass communication-newspapers, books,
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Office pamphlets, moving pictures, radio and television.
Navel Ak Technical Training Unit week (period 12 In-the United States, during
CAPT Herteel D. Allen Commanding Office through 18 rality condones the use of false
August the term propaganda came
WWI
ExKuth: Office ,
CM Iwgene P. Verdery well
propaganda
Navel Hospital August) ............................ 4 to have a derogatory meaning as as' as terrorismand
CAPT J. M. Menne Commending. OffIcer Total Accidents this year false persuasion. In many coun- murder-if used on behalfof
CAFT Stephen H. Tollna Executive Office: the masses in the class strug-
Navel Air teeerve Training UnIt through 18 August ........ 167 tries, however, this prejudice gle.
CAPT Ralph L Elliott, Jr. Commending OffIcer Number of accidents against the term does not exist.In .

CM William M. Miller Executive Officer: through August 1961 .... 165 Spanish-speaking lands, pro- Since the "vanguard of the
Printed' eommerkaHy! wttti non-epproprlated funds In Jacksonville Florid at paganda means advertising.From masses" is the Communist Party,
iw expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-W Rev. July NUMBER OF DAYS this Party is the custodian of
tttt. Distributed free of charge to military' and civilian personnel of Flttt Air a scientific aspect, pro-
Jacksonville, Naval) Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit Fleet Air Wing SINCE: LAST INJURYIN paganda is an objective word Communist morals. If false pro-
11, Navel Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval! Hospital. MOTOR VEHICLE with no moral implications. It paganda is in the interest of the
LCDR Ralph D. McClure __ ___ Service Information Officer to "class struggle," such deceit is
Andrew H. Planey ........ ??. .. -> .._. Assistant Service Information Officer ACCIDENT ................ .. 6 simply means the attempt per- right in their
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetttone, JOIj Staff-Robert suade large numbers of peopleto morally eyes.

Doddi, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis adopt an attitude favorable,
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- week (Aug. 12-18) .... 34 or unfavorable, toward a personor

temerlonel The Jax Councils Air New of Industrial la a member Editors.of the Armed force Press Service. Material Speeding .............................. 6 persons, or a country or coun- 18 NAS Men

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photo Reckless driving ................ 0 tries, or a policy of program.
ejrephe unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Going through stop sign. 4 PROPAGANDA IS BAD and Reup In JulyDuring

Idltorlal offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Other violations ................ 24 dishonest if it conceals or falsi-
extensions 814, 656. 372 or 216- Thirty drivers appeared be- fies the facts, or if it attemptsto the month of July, 18

fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat persuade persons to take an NAS enlisted men reenlisted.

the meeting held on August attitude harmful to themselvesand I Those signing up for four years

Navy Exchange Outlines 20. Disposition of the cases included to others. were: William R. Tait, ETCS;

the following: 10 lost Hitler's famous, or rather infamous Alan D. Londy, ADJ1; Ralph C.

MissionEditor's driving and parking privileges radio address on Sept. Mitchen, SHC; Glenn J. Can-

Organization, aboard the Station, 11 were 1, 1939, the day he invaded Po- trell, EMCS; Paul J. Hall, SMI;

assigned to remedial driving land, is an example of dishonest William P. Harden, YNCA; and

( Note: This is the first in a series of articles in instructions, 19 received sus- propaganda. He concealed many Haig Barsamian, ADCS.

the form of questions and answers. outlining the organization pended penalties, two were facts and defended a highly im- Six year tours were elected

>/ the Navy Exchange. Many Navy people, servicemen, dependents given warnings, and two were moral act. by: Daniel C. Conway, AK2;

and retired persons may have misconceptions regarding the referred to commanding offi- On the other hand, propagandais Lorenzo B. Bryant, EN3; Harrison -

operation of the Navy Exchange, thus this information is presentedto cers for possible disciplinaryaction. honest if it urges attitudes that R. Ragland, AC2; TommyD.

answer some of the questions asked most frequently). are not harmful to the recipi- Gwaltney, DT3; David L.

ents of the persauasion. The Brewer, AN; Francis Ciavarra,
QUESTION: What is the mission Exchange is spent by the Spec- COURTESY BUYS A LOT
ATI John T. Miller AMHCA
Fourteen Points ; ,
proposed by ;
OF SAFETY
of the Navy Exchange? ial Services Department on
President Woodrow Wilson in Richard C. Bell, RM1; EdwardJ.

ANSWER: To provide a con bases for such worthwhile pro- "Drive both cars" means January 1918, during WWI, are Lamb, ATI and James L.
jects construction and main-
venient and reliable source from as that an expert driver figuresout an example of honest propag- Casdorf, BT2.Servicemen.
tenance of a golf course, out-
what the other fellow
may anda.
which authorized patrons may
fitting of hobby shops instal-
,
obtain, at the lowest practicablecost lation of bowling alleys and do, and acts accordingly. THE MORALITY WHICH PRE- Get
articles and service required Among other things, he is VAILS in all modern democra-
for their well-being and automatic pinsetters, and count- ready to stop for the fellow cies strongly condemns false pro- Travel Fare Break
less other benefits that mean so
contentment; to provide, through much to our personal wellbeing.Yet who runs" through "on the paganda as well as and govern- Servicemen will be paying

profits, a source of funds to be yellow. ment attempt to conceal the facts less for bus, train and airplane
all few
too Navy people
used for the welfare and recreation He lets the reckless passer from the people, or in any wayto tickets starting Nov. 15.
realize that the Navy Exchange
of Naval personnel; and to into line, even though tempted distort the facts. President Kennedy has sign-
provides the of income
source
promote the morale of the com that transforms these benefits to squeeze him. He watchesfor To sum up, every speech by a ed a new tax law which cuts
of the fellow who may pull President or a Prime Minister and bus
the
mand through operation a from the realm of wishful out the tax on train
out of
well-managed, attractive and a parking space.If that attempts to persuade large fares and reduces the tax on
to
thinking reality.Blood
serviceable Exchange. he possibly can he stays numbers of people to think in a air fares five percent.But .
out of the way of the approaching certain is
way propaganda. Every folks will continue to
QUESTION: Who "owns" and
driver
who's
tryingto pamphlet issued by a pressure pay tax on liquor, cigarettes,
controls your Navy Exchange? DonorsTwentytwo re-enter his own lane. He
well
group as as most editorialsin automobiles and auto parts and
ANSWER: Navy Exchanges are shrugs his shoulders and lets newspapers are propaganda.A telephone service. These ex-

owned by the personnel of the persons from the road 'hog have his way. large part of Communist cesses would be continued at

Navy. The assets have grown NAS and NATTU donated bloodat That kind of competition is too propaganda is false. Indeed, present rates under the tax

through the years and are controlled the Blood Donor Center, Na- expensive.He Communist morality, in contrastto measure.

for your benefit by the val Hospital, recently.The keeps pedestrians, espe- democratic morality, justifiesthe The tax on air, train and

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts following personnel dona- cially children, always in use of deception in mass bus tickets is ten percent. As

through the Navy Ship's Store ted blood July 31, all from mind. communication. of Nov. 15, the tax would be

Office. You are a stockholderIn NATTU: Billy M. Boudston, WHILE DEMOCRATIC MO- repealed completely on train
the Exchange although How do you rate as a cour- RALITY condemns the
you AA; John L. Buzzard, AN; David use of
have never had to invest a pen L. Henry, AN of AOA teous, alert, expert driver? falsehood by governments and put to five percent on air i
hard-earned Are you the one the other by individuals
of Communist tickets.
ny your moneyin School. Herman J. Kramer, mo-
it. The Commanding Officeris fellow has to look out for?
AOCA; Charles Mulcahy, AO1;
responsible for the operationof James R. Young, A02; of AOB K.,.

the Navy Exchange. The School. Charles J. Adams, AA; P/V/NF/\ / -V. iQQJ.
.
management of the Exchange is x, '- >
Teddy L. Hanson AA; MarvinH. -
of the SERVICES\
the direct responsibility
Holcomb AN; Jerry E. Sum-
Exchange officer assisted By civilian >
mers, AA, of AEA School. Den- '
'
managers. nis L. Dunn AE3: Read E. Rich 5.

QUESTION: Does the Navy AE1; Dean Vanderhey, AE2, of PROTESTANT :.
0830-Holy Communion All \ ..:.:.'k-p
Exchange make a profit? And, AEB School.On ;
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if so. where does this profit go? August 1 Charles A. Fos- Saints' Chapel0930Naval y y
;;;
;;; dD.
Hospital Chapel
'ter FR and W. Garretteof ::::::...
ANSWER: Yes, the Exchangeis Johnny ......... .
0930-Service of Divine Worship
a profit-making organization.But the NAS Brig donated bloodto ...............
every dollar of net profitis the Blood Donor Center. All Saints' Chapel .........................,
1100-Service of Divine Worship :.::::::::::::::::::::::::.. 8
returned to Navy personnelin The following personnel dona- All Saints' Chapel .............. .

the form of entertainment, ted blood August 7: Lennis E. l ll

recreational facilities, and equip- CATHOLICSunday ...................
Yeatts, PCI, Administration De- 4Cjoe
ment. You receive benefit divid- :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:.::.: -
ends of approximately seven partment; Ruth A. Ree, DKSN, 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel ::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::....

cents on every dollar spent in Navy Finance Office; Douglas O. 0900-1200-5t. Edwards Chapel

the various Exchange Activities Shirer DA Dispensary and Vin- Weekdays 61klIk1
such as the Laundry Bar- 0700-King Hall
cent J. Cucci, AA; James C.
ber Shop, Snack Bars, Retail Saturday
Store, Service Station and even Hardinson, SA; William G. 0800-St Edward's Chapel All Jumbled Up About the Code of Conduct?
the vending machines. Almostall White, SA; Byron H. Wise AK2 Confessions are heard from

the net profit from the Navy all of Supply Department. 1900-2000. You ww"" ', k u pu knew .,laat tide symbol lane., (Coat.





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23 August 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Paged


VP-16 Entertain Guests AtP..edeploYIDent



+ut "1- Family DayPatrol


Squadron Sixteen families were feted at a pre-deployment Family Day
held last Tuesday.

a 4 rt, Commander C. E. Rodgers, squadron CO, welcomed the guests at the Naval Air
Technical Training Unit Theater. Following this Commander L. H. Boutte, VP-16 execu-
>: 4. tive officer told the group about the role of the Red Cross in emergencies and discusseda

squadron wive's committee I
which has been organized to play of the Navy's latest arctic I!:
I RADM Carson
handle emergencies that might exposure apparatus; simulation ,
arise during the unit's deployment of escaping through an escape
hatch of a P2V; boarding a sev I' Urges All To
The role of VP-16 in the Na en-man life raft; a water rescue
tion's defense was explainedby by an NAS helicopter and a
{,. LT F. C. Holt, and LT display of the ordnance load the Give io CCUFDear

Carl Leban showed slides of the P2V is able to carry. CAPT Compton:

; various ports the squadron will Patrol Squadron Sixteen, a As you know the time of year
M visit during their deployment.THE unit of Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
: sa MORNING'S PROGRAM will depart Jacksonville early in I ChestUnited

concluded with the viewing of September. During the some six I us again. It is scheduled to be

the film, "Antisubmarine War months they are overseas the I held a bit earlier this year thanit
fare "- The Navy's Toughest squadron aircrewmen will be has in the past. I really think

Task. flying long overwater patrols this is a pretty good idea so
At noon the families were lets all put our shoulder to the
and goodwill mission to all
treated to lunch at the VP-16 wheel and get it over with in a
Hangar after which they toured parts of Europe and North Africa fine, successful manner

the squadron area. I PERSONALLY SAT ON the

Children sat in the positions Screening Committee for activi-

their fathers occupy during op- lI'JAjO'Q I ties applying for aid from the
erational flight and wives saw CC-UF, and I can assure you
the working areas of the husbands that all causes accepted this year

n Lik.yaviaia during the tour. This activity I are most worthy and deserving,
was designed to give the and all are badly in need of our
families a better idea of what financial support.I .
takes place during a normal I also was an active memberof
working day in a patrol squadron. the Budget Committee this
, year, as was CAPT Sullivan.
I Demonstrations during the afternoon You have my word that every-
included a survival dis- thing in the budget was studied
carefully and I assure you thereis
no featherbedding or paddingit.

Admin's Bryant .
FURTHER I WOULD like you
to know that the Navy in the
Wins JulyServiceman Jacksonville complex has been
assigned no particular goal to
meet by the Budget Committee.I .

I Title have given my word to them
that we will do all in our powerto
Henry L. Bryant, TN of the I AY raise the same amount raised
;: j- X Division of the Administration last year by the Navy homeport-
., Department was selected as Serv- ed here. This certainly seems
iceman of the Month for July.I fair enough to us since almostall
He received a check for $50 from the other activities are hav-
NAS Recreation Fund and an all ing their quotas raised in orderto
VP-16 FAMILY DAY-(In lop photo) CDR C. E. Rodgeri expense paid day at St. Augus- meet the increased needs.
VP-16 Commanding Officer shows his cons Ted and Bruce, the As
tine, courtesy of the Jax USO. you may have already seen
while in lower
P2V
plane commander's position on a Neptune
photo, Daniel Holly, Jr.. and David Holly are briefed by their The awards were presented by by the local press, the Beaches
Dad Dan Holly, ADR2 on his job during a Pre-deployment Family CAPT James R. Compton, NAS Drive has been held and has
Day held by the squadron last Tuesday. The Unit will leave Commanding Officer in his officeon AND gone over the top; a complete

for overseas in September. Thursday, August 18. HISORCHESTRA financial success! This should
BRYANT, ACCORDING to his make us all the more determinedto
VFW Weekly DanceThe
recommendation has proven him- get our fair share in as
VFW Post No. 7909 located self to be an outstanding blue- promptly as possible.
at 6204 Blanding Blvd. announces jacket and a natural l leader of I With best wishes for a suc-
that a dance will be held DANCE At
men. He possesses an unusual BIG Bluejacket'sInn cessful Campaign.
every Friday evening from 0900to flair for doing more than his on Thursday August 30. Sincerelys ,
NOTE 0001. Music will be providedby share In all assigned tasks in the I Charlie will Spivak play music and for his dancing orchestra / / J. M. CARSON
the "Fairlane 500 Crew"The various duties in the Senior BOQ from 2000 to 2400. I RADM, USN
public is invited, and his performance of duty is
The Chief Petty Officer's Club
Outstanding in all said
respects
will hold a special "Game Night"on I
the letter.
Friday, September 14 at the I
He was also cited for his con-
CPO Club Bldg. 705.
tributions to the Athletic Pro
All hands are invited to the
gram.
festivities which begin at 1800
The NAS
BOQ complex plays
and will continue until 0200. 'host
to
many transient groups
Happy hour prices will be in from flag officer rank to various

effect all evening.The visiting civilian groups. It is

entire proceeds from the through such dedicated men as y".%} ):"
'
evening will be used to finance Bryant the BOQ Jax is able to :
the Annual CPO Christmas Party enjoy a most favorable military ":"'''Pis' '/''' : '
for under-privileged children of reputation, it was said. :: : >,:.

Duval County. : '

has VP-18 To Receive, .,:..',:.\.";.<::;(/l t I.l.,. .#' ., > ,
Wednesday, September 19

been at designated the Club. as All E-7s"BossesNight" 8s 'E' AwardAug.30 : '.':'

their ADDRESSING AFMA MEMBERS Rear Admiral G. P. Koch, : .J
and 9s are invited to bring fYf i
-Last week during the Commander, Fleet Air Wings : >
division officers to the event.A monthly business meeting of Atlantic will present the Bat- t
buffet dinner will be served the association at the Officer's tle Readiness Excellence Pen- a
Club, guest speaker Tinsley W.
from 19002000.All Rucker III, expounded on "In nant to Patrol Squadron Eigh- _
askedto dustrial Management Principles teen at Hangar 123 at 1300 on OUTSTANDING SERVICEMAN-Henry L. Bryant TN
division CPO's are and Concepts." He is presidentof Friday, August 30. (right) of the X Division of the Administration Department accepts
submit the number of persons Dixon-Powermaker Furniture a check for $50 from CAPT James R. Compton NAS Commanding
Co., here in Jacksonville. All interested personnel are Officer. The check and an all-expense day, courtesy of
attending for planning purposesto Over 50 AFMA members attended invited to attend the event. the USO, at St. Augustine were awarded Bryant upon his selection
the Club. the meeting. as Serviceman of the Month for July.4iIIiIIIIII .




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: :' Trophy Heap Of 23


The Hornets of VA-44 cap-
sonnel award for
an pitching a
tivated the awards ceremonies
August 15 at the SemiAnnual perfect game.
There were over 300 persons
d o Sports Banquet here
,I who attended the banquet, in-
by becoming the first per- cluding wives and lady friends
manent custodians of the
& .. of the sportsmen. Several Jacksonville -
I&: C yy xK a 30 coveted Ironman Trophy.
City' sports pfficialswere
CAPT James R. Compton,
NAS CO, presented the most present: also.
{ sought after Station athletic I The banquet was held in the
Mainside messhall.
award to Hornet Skipper, CDR

Mitchell C. Griffin, and Squadron -
..lt.w athletic director LT Ronald Jax Corvair

:=.::jt.=.... .} .w.1d: C. Inman.

NAS JAX ATHLETIC CHAMPS-Holding the championship trophies which their respec- This was the fourth time that Club Holds
tive commands were awarded during the semiannual Sports Banquet August 15, are (left to VA-44 had won the banquet top
right, front row): LTCOL Joseph Heiizler Commanding Officer Marine Barracks, the Track and honors and since it was the third
Field Champions: CDR John Bonvillian of NARTU, the Softball Champions: CDR Mitchell Grif- consecutive win the Hornet Skill EventsThe
fin, CO of VA-44, All-Station Champions and winners of the Ironman Trophy: LT Ronald Inman. ,
VA-44, the Basketball Champions: (second row) CDR E. H. Daughtery of A/C Maintenance, the sportsmen have permanent pos- Corvair (auto) Club of
Golf Champions: LT Richard Stubben of VP-3), the Bowling Champions: LTJG Cris Tabor of session of the Ironman.A Jacksonville has extended invita-
VA-44. the Swimming Champions and LTJG John Sutor also of VA-44. the Tennis Champions. SECOND IDENTICAL TROPHY tions to NAS military and civil-
(Photo below). Accepting the Ironman Trophy, which permanently becomes a fixture in the
Hornet's trophy case is CDR Mitchell Griffin ( enter) squadron CO, and LT Ronald Inman, VA- is now being purchased by ian owners of Corvairs, sports
44's Athletic Director. Presenting the awards fo the evening event was CAPT James R. Compton Special Services which will be cars and foreign cars to take partin
NAS Commanding Officer., presented to the top athletic teamat a "Gymkhana" to be held

the winter banquet. Sunday, August 26, at the Philips

Jax SailorsIn Besides winning the Ironman, Highway Plaza.Handling .
which climaxed the presenta- the 0900 registering

Tri-Club tions, 22 other trophies were i of those persons who wish to
awarded VA-44 teams and indi- participate will be Club Presi-

viduals, including the Station dent Dave Pauling.The .
Regatta Sun. basketball team championship; first "driving skill" event,
individual bowling honors to which includes pylon and slalom
The Jax Navy Sailing Club is Dan Mors; individual track and courses, will begin at 0930. There
preparing for the second Tri-Club field awards to Chuck Isner and will be four major events: All
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sailing regatta which will be .. :+- { Steward Seaman; Station tennis Corvair (men); all Corvair (wom-
hosted by the Jax Florida Yacht championship together with indi- en); all sports car; and all for-
Club, Sunday, August 26, on the'St. Ili :
ii; will be awarded
eign car. Trophies -
,.' .... .. ,:!: vidual awards to Dick Gaskill
w.
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Johns River. ":': ",:": winners of each event.
and Rupert Brooke; Station
Winning in every class it en- : .:
swimming championship toge-
tered in the first regatta held hereat '
ther with individual awards to Football NoticeSix
NAS last month, the Jax Clubis I
John Sutor, John Steveson, Ed
readying 13 entries for Sunday's :
Thorton and Darrell Youngs;
races. teams have signed up so
/
.. and Station softball runner up
There will be three events be- :' far for the NAS Intramural
: "
: :: :

\I.:: :.:: \$ and American League winners.
ginning at 1030, 1230 and 1400. A : : Football season, with time run-
skipper's meeting will be held at t'.,, ......'........._ ..w.v........"' THE BOWLING CHAMPION- i ning out for any other commands
1000 at which time the wind direction SHIP trophy went to the Spades wishing to be represented in the

rules for the race and Aces of VP-30; Track and Field popular Fall sport. Tomorrow,
the layout of the course will be Skeet Team Wins honors (the first awarded by Friday, August 24, is the dead-
given. NAS) to Marine Barracks; the line for submitting team rostersto

"Golden B B Shoot"A Station Golf championship wentto the Athletic Director in the
NAS Diamondmen A/C Maintenance; and the Mainside 'gym.Presently .

trip to mid-Florida proved fruitful for the NAS NAS Softball championship to working out in prep-

Prepare ,For 6NDThe Skeet Team as its members walked away from the Winter NARTU.In aration for the September 10
Haven Skeet Club's "Golden BB Shoot" August 18-19 the addition to being awardedan opening of the season are Hospital -
Jax Navy Varsity Softball victors.The individual championship softball MARTD, Admin, AF679th,
team has only six more gamesto five-man Jax team con- team trophy, Charles Tho- Boat Branch, "B" of Operationsand
play before going to the Sixth sisted of CDR Herb Rupp and mas of NARTU also received Marine Barracks "B," last

Naval District Softball Tourna- LT Bob McKay of VA-44, Dr. R. BOWLINGResults from the Chief of Naval Per- vear's champions.

ment which will be held at L. Parsons of NATTU Dental ., .,,...:. .;,....,.
Charleston, South Carolina on Department, Chief Ken Pender- of the first week's C<> ;:ffi2: }

August 29 through September 1.I gras of Ordnance and Gunnery, Fall Intramural Bowling Leagues
The complete roster will appear and Ernie Mauslein, AO1 of rolloffs are as follows: ,
in next week's Air News.
NARTU. AMERICAN-Playboys 3, Sea-

The quintet broke 486 of their Bees 1; Marines, "B" 3, Electrons
PutteringAround 500 "birds" to take the teamchampionship 1; VP-7 3, COMess 1; Marlines
in the all-guage 4, Dispensary 0; Sky Warriors

event.In 2, Flying Phantoms 2; Keglers
the 410 gauge individual 4, Guardians 0; ABC Maintenance"A"

The Mixed Two-Ball Golf event, Pendergras knocked down 3, Chiefs 1; Mad Foxes 2,

Tournament held at the NAS golf 50 out of 50 to collect the cham- Confidentials 2.CONTINENTALMix. I

course last Sunday saw Mr. and pionship honors and also scored Masters <,. ,
Mrs. Guido Ruscetta take the 98 out of 100 to place in the 4, Road Runners 0; Spartans 3;

low gross honors with a 36. co-champ standing of the 20 Coursors Vz\\ Fire Balls 3; Boat

Dr. and Mrs. Bud Phillips were gauge match. Branch "B" 1; A/C Maintenance"B"
the low net winners (with a com- RUPP BROKE 44 out of 500 3, Ham Hocks 1; Hornets 4,

bined 15-stroke handicap) endingup to take the Class A 410 honors Owl Hoots 0; Paymasters 3, Nep-
with a 26. while Parsons took top honorsin tunes 1; ComFairJax 4, Un-

All together 24 couples took the 20-gauge Class C event, touchables 0; Cougars 4, Griffins

part in the tourney, the first breaking 94 out of 100. 0.
mixed two-ball under the supervision In the all-gauge event, Parsons NATIONAL-Marines "A" 3, 6:
of Joe MacDonald, NAS broke 99 out of 100 to take the Scope Dopes 1; BeeBee Stackers -
golf pro. runner-up spot while McKay, 4, Stingers 0; Sky Raiders 4, TABLE TENNIS WINNERS-Receiving the the first place
Skeater Beaters 0 The Luthern Service Center Ping Pong Trophy from Center Director
also breaking 99 out of 100, won ; Strikes Miss Ray Ross, is Leon Dulin of NAS Special Services. Holding
The first meeting for Intramural the Class A all-gauge honors 2, VU-10 2; Hack Drivers 3, Ban- JC2nc.fnd third place trophies (respectively left to right) are
Golf will be held Wednesday, followed by Rupp once again, dits 1; Live Wires 2, Panthers 2; Stieg of the Naval Hospital and Bob Dodds of NAS Service
September 5 at 0930 in the Ath- winning the AA title with 98 out Avions 4, Pan Handlers 0; Hos- Information Office. The tournament was held August 11. The
I Luthern Service Center is located at 19 West Forsyth St.. and
letic Office Building 3. of 100. pital 3, NATTU 1. is open to all servicemen.



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VFP-62 Wins '62



CNO Safety Award"Heartiest


congratulations to all hands on winning the
1962 CNO Safety Award in the Special Mission Category.

This Is the shiniest laurels that you can wear in peacetime. 1

Well Done, signed Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Com-
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville." This
was the text of a .
message Light Photographic Squadorn Sixty-Two received tI.I k ;

announcing them as the winners of the CNO Safetv. Award.. &L
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For the second time in three p'
ew'x'
years Figh in' Photo has won the Recipes Wanted
award by taking the Quality Con- *

trol concept and apply it to both -
For
men and aircraft, and by givingthe Annual Navy _

their pilots knowledge frequent of normal checks and on Bean Soup ContestWith L

emergency procedures, aircraft
limitations, cruise control, survival the cooperation of the -
techniques, and NATOPS. Chief of Naval Air Technical _

Training, a Memphis newspaper Ji1ur; : t _
MANY FACTORS were involved : ___
The Commercial Appeal, is
in the winning the awardas
sponsoring the Navy Bean :
VFP-62 flew 9865 hours, made Soup ;
Contest for the sixth consecu- \i: i
1935 day arrested landings, and .
tive year. .. .
198 night arrested landings. This \
-
Winners of the contest will
gave them a total of 14,527 credits
toward the award, and a totalof receive trophies from the Com- OPEN HOUSE-Jerry Burnick. PR2 of VP-30 brightens aY "
6.02 safety points.In mercial Appeal and prizes pro- child days with a balloon during the squadron's Open House
vided by the Michigan Bean held last Thursday. Families and guests of VP.30 members
__ _
announcing the winning of Shippers Association and food watched a launch. JATO takeoff and recovery of a P5M and a
the award, Commander G. H. products Companies. I helicopter rescue demonstration.

Winslow, the squadron's Com- Individuals, ships and stationsare

manding personal "Well Officer Done, extended," and said his Soup requested recipes, for to submit six servings Navy, Patrol Squadron Thirty Hosts

that every person, directly or indirectly direct to the Staff Public Information -
had contributed
the winning, but without the toward fine Air Technical Office,Training Chief of, U.Naval S. Families Guests At Open HousePatrol

professional skill of the mainte- ,
Naval Air Station, Memphis 15,
nance and line crews the award
Tennessee.
I Squadron Thirty played host to families and friends of squadron personnelat
would not have
been All members of
possible. I the military,
an Open House held last Thursday.Guests .
VFP-62, based at NAS, Cecil their dependents and civilian were welcomed: by the .

Field, is the only squadron of its employees are eligible for the squadron Commanding Officer, L_ -- -- 4

type on the East Coast. It contest. Deadline for the receiptof Commander W. W. Honour. ;*
pro- the recipes is October 4 1962.
vides carrier Highlight of the afternoon wasa Q'
based photographic
Semifinalist will be announced launch, JATO takeoff and recovery -
reconnaissance for the Atlantic October 6, 1962, and of a P5M. Also creating
Fleet with the use of the super- winners will be named on Oct- spectator interest was the hello-

sonic F8U-1U Phot Crusader. ober 21, 1962. copter rescue and recovery from

the St. Johns river.

Ocean Tug's Morale DropsAs OTHER EVENTS INCLUDEDa
drop check of a P2V aircraftby
the personnel of the airframes .... '. I
NAS Wave ReassignedMorale i..7! j,
branch, a career lecture on de !

aboard the Pearl Harbor-based USS Sunnadin pendent's medicare and benefits "
;
(ATA-197)) took a dip this week as the crew learned the and movies for children.of aircraft and .......... '.:. ....
displays < '
Many '
sad fact that Seaman A. J. Salen's orders had been changed. .j. : :.'
ordnance equipment were set
Ordinarily, a change in orders
But soon a copy of a speed- up for viewing.
for
a seaman doesn't j
arouse letter from the CO, NAS Jax Patrol Squadron Thirty is a
much comment but in this
case, to the CO of the U. S. Pacific' relatively new squadron at NAS
the seaman Alyce J. Salen
was
Fleet's 'Enlisted Personnel Dis- Jax. It was commissioned on
a Wave asigned to the NAS Jax
tribution Office arrived and even June 30, 1960 here as the Fleet

ment.Aircraft Maintenance Depart- though it did confirm the Sun- Replacement Training Squadron I V -

nadin crew's hopeful guess that for the Maritime Air (VP) Task:
Alyce, who has been here Seaman A. J. Salen was a Wave Force, Atlantic. I

since November 1960, received they knew she would soon be ITS MISSION is to provide I
orders for Hawaii on August 7 reassigned. the Atlantic Fleet patrol squadrons -i

and through some quirk of fate Alyce will now report to the with operationallytrainedpilots i

was subsequently assigned to Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, navigator-tactical coordin-!
the auxiliary ocean tug. Hawaii. ators, aircrewmen and maintenance -I

CREWMEN OF THE SUNNA- And what was Alyce's com- personnel, with the objec-
I
DIN began spurcing up the ship ment to all the excitement. .. tive of maintaining a maximum I

when Alyce's 1A card arrived well she is on leave in Califor- level of air combat readiness in 4 : .frv4" *; :;
and it is said the boatswain even nia and as far as is known she all-weather antisubmarine war-

hung lace curtains and added didn't even know her orders had fare maritime patrol forces.

other frills to the quarters. arrived.lWj Replacement officers, aircrew-
4 1 i; 4>
men and maintenance personnelare 'j
(_ _
H > +>
% maintenance trained in of the the operation LockheedP2V and L: L- : >>' v

% dI i Neptune and patrol plane LFv )1

and the Martin P5M Marlin sea- :

4/jIA plane and associated ASW equip- 4 4' > '

,, ment.
74> 4 4 4 / 4 4 4, 4S

Sea Cadets

(Continued from Page 1, CoL 1)) -/ '47 /k '>
t4> 4> 4, I .4 / 4 4
Jax area will be tours to NAS '
/ 4 4' "
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: > 4' 4/v f ::4-
and the Naval
Cecil Field Station -

at Mayport, after which 4
: they will tour St. Augustine.

The visitors will board their .
4.4 ">4 -> :-'- '-'
plane for the return trip to Miami I ADMIRAL'S GREETING-Matiew Farrar. SN (top
at 0900, Friday, August 31. photo) is greeted by RADM Jos.ph M. Carson ComFairJax as
the teaman is the first patron to enter the newly remodeled
Bluejacket's Inn. CAPT James R. Compton (center) NAS CO
I Madge: "Was your friend also extended his greeting. Farrar is assigned to Operation's
shocked by the death of his Ground Electronics Maintenance Division. (Lower photo) Mae
mother-in-law?" Spencer, JO1 of NAS SIO receives the first piece of cak.
NEARLY A CHEW MEMBER of the Pearl Harbor based Marge: "Shocked? He was from CAPT Compton In observance of the opening while Hugh
USS Sunnadin (ATA-197)) was Alyce J. Salen (inset) a Wave seaman electrocuted." Kelly ADAN of Operation's Crash and Fir. Division and Carl
assigned to the HAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance Department. FrimeL ATSAN of VP-30 look on.



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JAX AIR 23 August 1962


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; :Navy; 'WivesCorner : : I NARTU Warriors



: :, : ,: Train At VA-44 SchoolFor

I ,
years, Navy and Marine "Weekend Warriors" have
Pauline Farrar and Lois Wolf been flying FJ and F9F aircraft. Times have changed recently -

were installed as new membersof i with the innovation of faster, more reliable, more
Navy Wives Club No. 86 ata I ; maneuverable aircraft and the reserves are changing with

business meeting held on Wed the times. .

nesday, August 15. One year ago the "Station

President Nancy Wernet urgedall Keepers" from NARTU here at I I Excess Air Rations

members to enroll in the Jax were sent to Attack Squadron -

Gray Lady Course which starts 44 were they were indoc-
To
Given OrphansBy
October 1. As an incentive for STUFFED trinated in the many and varied

volunteers, Jax 86 will reim- uses of the A4D Skyhawk

burse half the cost of a mem- TOYS IT ALL STARTED when the Returning VP-7

ber's uniform upon completionof fleet squadrons were assigned Over three hundred pounds of
100 hours of hospital work. A4D-2N aircraft. The A4D-l's
excess flight rations were recently -
Jean Wilson Activities Chair- and A4D-2's still had many hoursof
donated to an Italian orphanage -
man, announced that the family reliable flying time left on by the Flight Crews of
them and it was decided the reserves -
picnic will be held at Little Tal- Patrol Squadron Seven as a

bot Island on Saturday, August would get them, with final gesture of goodwill to enda
25. Members and their families NARTU Jax being among the five month deployment to

should be at the Dewey :Park >f : : first to receive the Skyhawk. Naval Air Facility, Sigonella,
Clubhouse by 0930 she said. VA-44, well known In the At- Sicily.

Further information may be obtained lantic Fleet for its ReplacementPilot The squadron, as part of their

from Mrs. Wilson at >'?. Training, was assigned the preparation for return to Jack-
duties of providing the trainingfor
SP 10342.
sonville, Florida, had to remove
"
the "Station These
The next meeting will be heldon Keepers. all excess weight from their
officers will then each
Wednesday, September 5 at permanent P2V patrol aircraft. This included -
NO MONKEY BUSINESS HERE-Although it's still only train four squadrons of pilots at
1930 in the Dewey Park Club- August, these three chimps are swinging with Christmas Joy in their home bases. a large supply of nonperishable -
house. At this time a new chap- anticipation that someone will wrap them up for the Yule Sea flight rations which had
lain will be elected to replace son. They represent the fine selection of stuffed toys that will AT SOME TIME in the near accumulated during the deployment -
Barbara Driscoll who's been be on display at the Station's Toyland when it officially opensat future selected officers from all
0900, Wednesday, August 29. Toyland, under the managementof the Naval Air Reserve Stationson
transferred to Sanford. Nomin- Jo Tucker, is located: in Bldg. 514 on the corner of Biscayne The food was presented to the
ations will also be made for St. and Enterprise Ave. It's shelves and tables are loaded with the East Coast will be to VA- American Meet Italian Club,
Delegates to the National Con- over 2,000 gifts from Santa. Plan to visit early and take ad- 44 for 35-40 hours of training in Independent (AMICI) an Am-
vention in Seattle. vantage of the layaway plan set up by the NAS Navy Exchange. the small Skyhawk. Their train- erican-Italian social organization -

Hostesses for the ing will range from Basic Aircraft
eveningwere sponsored by Sigonella per-
Vivene Kearnns and Mon- "Ham" Club Greets Familiarization to Conventional sonnel and local Italians. for do-
ica Jones. Carol Brennan was Weapons Delivery, and will include nation to charity.

hostess on Wednesday for a High and Low Level Na- AMICI, after checking with

farewell luncheon in honor of vigation.The the Red Cross to determine the

Kay Wofford. Far Away Nations"F7DK day is not so far off that legality of charity distributionof

the Cougar and Furies, which tax-free imports, passed the

have served so faithfully for so food along to the Instituto (Institute -
Paris, France this is W4NEK Naval Air Station long, will become pictures in a ) Giovanna Romao Sava.

I Jacksonville, Fla. Do you read me? This is the history book or ground equip- The Institute is orphanage
voice of NAS Jax's Amateur Radio Club a unique organi- an
r I ment for the various service 100 children from
zation located in Building 726 which has contact with the schools of the Navy, and be replaced the housing ages over of 21 months to 7
four corners of the globe.
by the mighty Skyhawk.The years in the near-by town of
of 20 active mem-
Comprised A4D has its worth-
by a far more technical exam. proven Bell Passo.
Movies will be shown regularly bers, the "ham radio" club boastsof This license is renewable every iness in all phases of attack cap-

at 1900 on Monday through two FCC controlled transmission five' years. abilities, and as soon as the pilotsof

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on sets. One, a 1,000-watt out- Although these requirementssound these aircraft are trained, the MDBS NOTICE

Sunday, at the Mainside and put, is capable of reaching such exceedingly extensive, the combat readiness of our nation's Employees' Mutual Death

NATTU theaters and at 1900 on- places as Cuba, Puerto Rico, time spent learning this hobby part time protectors will reach a Benefit Society Notice 190

ly on Sundays at the Hospital Alaska, Newfoundland, Canada, has hours of unending rewards. new high.Nursey. and 191 is issued to advise

theater. These times are subjectto Ireland, Germany, France The doors of world geographyare members of the death of two

change. and practically anywhere else opened and through speak- NoticeThe of its members.As .

Thursday, August 23 in the world the operator may ing with operators of other na- a result of payments by

Mainside-The Lonely Man desire, including Russia. tions, far and wide, the amateur Navy Wives Nursery on the Society, members will

NATTUnit The LT Wore I The club's doors are open 24 radio operator is provided the Child St. has announced that now be assessed $2.00 which
I hours a day with regular meet- will be due and payable
Skirts. opportunity of gaining a well- there are still a few openings
ings held on the second and within ten working days after
rounded, liberable education. available in the Junior Kinder-
Hospital-The Interns fourth Thursdays of each month.
notice of assessment. The ten-
Further information regard- garten for children ages 3-4
Friday, August 24 The first bi-monthly meeting is ing the club and membershipmay years. day period began on August
Mainside-The Vikings held at 1200 while the latter is 14 and will end August 27.
be obtained by calling the The cost of the Kindergartenis
held at 1930. The next meetingis Members are reminded that
NATTUnit-The Lonely Man. aforementioned officials: Rob $12. Transportation will be
scheduled for 1930, August 23. cash will not be
Hospital-The LT Wore Skirts erts, Ext. 243 or 391; Gaudry, furnished for children living payments ac-
During the last club meeting,
Saturday, August 25 new officials were elected. Theyare Ext. 8448; or Baillargeon, Ext. aboard the Station and in Dewey cepted.
8133. The club phone is Ext. I
Park housing.
Mainside Wetbacks : President, Russ Roberts; Vice 8420.

NATTUnit-The Vikings President, Al Gaudry; and Sec- '

Hospital-The Lonely Man retary-Treasurer, Ed Baillargeon.The Classified
club, in operation for a
Sunday, August 26
number of years, is open for
Mainside-The Man Who Shot I membership those who +..8 For Rent
new SW4Nssi Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, kit eqpf
Liberty Valance. v
can become ,qualified, licensed
$100. per month EV 7-3909 after 1700.
NATTUnitWetbacksHospitalThe FCC amateur radio operators.TO Lak..hore-furn, 3 rm apt, prlv, por,
Vikings BECOME ELIGIBLE for a garage; $55 mo. adults EV 98357.
Unfurn-houie, $60 mo SP 11142.
per ;
novice license which is good
Monday, August 27
Unfurn-house, $50 per mo; SP 11142.
Mainside-Rider On A Dead for one year, the prospective Downtown Jax-1 1 or 2 bdrm, furn
Horse. "ham-man" must pass thorough aptt; $50 and $55 per mo plus utl; EV
written and practical applica- 8-9886.
NATTUnit-The Man Who Atlantic Be.ch-3 bdmr furn hot, $125
the
tion tests. In completing
Shot Liberty Valance. after Labor Day call EV 9-4594.
mechanical portion, which includes For Sal.

HospitalWetbacksTuesday a test on Morse Code, he Orange Park-River ft home low pym
August 28 must be capable of sending and CO 4-6646.
Mainside-Dino receiving no less than five words Trailer-1961 Newmoon 50x10, 1 bath,
2 bdrm, $600; EV 71390.
NATTUnit-Rider On A Dead per minute on a message key. Midway, Cecil and NAS-3 bdrm, fla
Horse. The novice operator is limitedin rm; SP 12005.

radio transmission, however, I Murray Hill-2 bdrm, gr, $70 mo; EV
Hospital-The Man Who Shot
in that only a crystalcontrolledset NAS JAX-Are the call letters of the Amateur 8-6126.
Liberty Valance. House near but line, call EL 6-5042
of 75 watts be used. Radio Station here. Ed Baillargeon the club's secretary-treat
Wednesday, August 29 may urer, dials the frequency band for Puerto Rico and a chat witha except 1630-1845 weekdays, 1400 to 1630on
Still, this gives him an average fellow "ham-man" he has never met lUll through use of Sunday.
Mainside-The Bell
Boy range of 1,000 miles. the 1.000-watt radio both men are able to gain a knowledge of This 'n That
NATTUnit-Dino FOR THE ADVANCED general one another's local: customs, economics and points of further Any AMH2 or AM2 who would like
interest without the aid of ever visiting either locale.: The Clubis swap to NAS Mirmar, write Joseph H.
Man Who Shot license the code requirement is
Hospital-The ,
seeking new membership and will conduct its next meeting Mobley AMH2-AMH HYD Shop-NAS
Liberty Valance. 13 words a minute accompanied on Thursday. August 23, at 1930 in BIdg. 726. Mirmar-Mirmar 45, Calif.Page .