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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: September 6, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol. 20 No. 26 U.S. NAS JadMonyUl. FU. 6 September 1962



"E" Honors Awarded 1,000 Volunteers Gather For

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Two Jax SquadronsCOVETED CC-UF Campaign Kickoff"Many :


of us are not real
residents of Jacksonville, but over the top in our campaign.I .I the agencies we're backing is

we should back this campaignas assure you that every one of badly needed and badly needs

if we were in our own donations."

home towns." The Admiral then presentedhis

So remarked Rear Admiral personal donation to CAPT

Joseph M. Carson, ComFairJax, Sullivan.

as he addressed more than 1,000 Chairman Bent, in his messageto

Community Chest-UriiffiJw Fund the gathered volunteers, said,
drive -vol, "" Wft 1v > "Jacksonville couldn't be as it

gathere :'l't }:S i\ g is today without the Navy. You

Hall he* Vt A .,fOThe kick- have always done a good job,

..,...................mmmmn ___nnm___ ._..no off of th<<{) aVyS contribution. and I know you won't fail us
"E" ii formed by men and officers of VA-15 ATTENDING THE MEETINGwere ,' this year."
last Thursday during ceremonies at which the squadron was Van Etten Bent, CC-UF r: Climax of the meeting was the
presented the Fleet Battle Readiness Plaque. The presentationwas campaign chairman, Captain J. D. showing of a CC-UF film entitled -
made by Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson. ComFairJax/
Sullivan, NAS Supply Officer after
"Your Challenge"
ComNabSix. This is the second year the unit has won the ,
award. and co-chairman of the Navy- which the volunteers left the

Duval Steering Committee, and ,. Hall to begin their fund-raising

Patrol Squadron Eighteenhas tack Squadron 15 in ceremonies I Commander W. J. Schub, NAS .. campaign.The .
been awarded the Com- held at NAS, Jax last Thursday. Executive Officer, as well as }
this is to
mander Naval Air Forces, REAR ADMIRAL JOSEPHM. many local and Navy campaign Navy's goal year
U. S. Atlantic Fleet Battle CARSON. Commander Fleet dignitaries. seek at least one day's pay from

Readiness Efficiency Pennantfor Air, Jacksonville and Commander Continued Admiral Carson, each individual.The .

the third time. Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval Dis- who is a member of the campaign will continue
The presentation was made by trict made the presentation to CC-UF's executive committeeand
15.
,_ Rear Admiral G. P. Koch, Com- VA-15 Commanding Officer vice chairman of the chest's I RADM J. M. CARSON I{ through October

mander Fleet Air Wings Atlantic Commander David L. Munns. screening and admissions com-

Fleet in ceremonies held last This is the second consecutive mittee, "We in the Navy who Supply Hosts Warehouse

Thursday. fiscal year the "Valion" squadronhas are guests in this area must go I 'I
Commander Robert F. Lyons, won the honor of being the
Squadron Commanding Officer, top light attack squadron in the Operations Workshop I

accepted the highly regarded Atlantic Fleet. VP-16 Leaves -

award, after which an informal During the past year, VA-15 The Warehouse Operatiorond Workshop goes into its sec-
Coffee and "E" cake cutting ceremony -
operated in the Mediterannean For Overseas day of conferences today.
was held for squadron per- aboard the USS Franklin D.
sonnel and their guests. Also Roosevelt Yesterday's sessions were stalls it on an aircraft, we can
and
(CVA-42)
partici-
present was Captain G. J. Frau- pated in several exercises with Next MondayPatrol opened with a welcoming address visualize the far reaching effect
enheim, Commander Fleet Air by Captain James R. Comp- that overpacking has on the
(Continued
on Page 6. Col 1))
Wing Eleven, the squadron's op- Squadron Sixteen will ton, NAS Commanding Officer. Navy Supply System and the
erational commander in Jackson- HE STATED THAT the NAS Navy's annual budget. That is
leave NAS Jax on Monday, Sep-
ville. DVCC Cautions tember 10 to take over antisub- maintains an inventory of 330 why we need to do our very
THE AWARD IS MADE ANNUALLY marine and shipping surveillance thousand items with an average best to eliminate overpacking
for value of 249 million dollars and whereever it oc-
outstanding per- whenever ,
duties in Iceland and Spain.
formance in Operational Readi- About Fog VehiclesThe They will be relieving Patrol and that the quarterly issues curs".

ness, battle efficiency, flight safe- Squadron Fifty-six who will return averages 28 million dollars. "It THE CAPTAIN OUTLINEDthe
Disease Vector Control
ty, and scores in Fleet-wide com- to its permanent home sta- is easy to see," the Captain said, establishment of the "Oper-
Center has issued a warning to
petive exercises. The squadronalso "that a very substantial portion ation Light Pack" and
all parents of children living in tion, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, program
won the "E" in 1958 and of our total station budget is re-
housing areas. They are cau- Va. There they will continue an- welcomed the guests to the Air
1960.It quired to maintain our storage
tioned tisubmarine missions over the Station in concluding his ad-
not to permit their chil-
was recently announced the facilities, and to receive, store,
Atlantic
VP-18 will also be awarded the dren to run into the insecticidal ocean. issue and deliver on ship these dress.

Captain Arnold Jay Isbell Trophyfor cloud created when mosquito fog The parent VP-16 squadronwill materials to our customers. The Workshop, which is spon-
vehicles drive through the area. be based in Spain and will item resultsin Admiral W.
Excellence in Air Antisubmarine Every overpacked sored by Rear J.
Insecticides are toxic to humans, be commanded by Commander of Chief of the Bu-
Warfare. This award is an unnecessary use storage Crumpacker,
made annually to the most out- especially children, a Center Charles E. Rodgers. The Iceland space and higher handling costs. reau of Supplies and Accountsis
spokesman said and detachment will be under the
standing squadron of each type can cause "When we stop to think how designed to further the Navy's"Operations
serious illness death. charge of Commander Lester H.
irt the Atlantic Fleet. This is the or many times the average itemis Light Pack" Pro-
third year that the Isbell Trophyhas Also children may be hit by ft Boutte executive, who is normally VP-16's handled between the time it gram.

been presented, VP-18 also passing automobile as the fogging officer. comes off of the productionline Supervisory personnel are be-
won the award in 1960. The of- makes it very difficult for the I. The squadron will fly the P2V until it reaches the artisanor ing introduced to new and im-

ficial presentation of the Isbell driver to see. Neptune over the North Atlantic mechanic who uses it or in- (Continued to Page 3. Col. 1)L )
Trophy will be made at a later It was also noted that appro- and Mediterranean. In additionto
date. priate measures will be taken their other duties the unit will

VA-15 RECEIVES "E" against parents who continue to I perform NATO exercises, search

The Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency allow their children to play in and rescue and iceberg recon-

"E" was presented to At- the. fog. naissance missions.



I I. AvSafe Authors Awarded Prizes I


The winners of the fiscal ceived a check for $75. tiated the contest to create --

year 1963 Commander Fleet Second and third place winners among personnel a more acute

Air, JacksonvilleCommanderNaval Al Becker, AC2 and P. J. awareness of the importance of

Air Bases, Sixth Naval Small SMI, got $25 and $15. aviation safety.
District Aviation, Safety Slo- Becker is attached to Naval Air Over 300 slogans from almost

gan Contest were awarded Reserve Training Unit; Small to 200 persons were submitted to ...a. J
the Shore Patrol Headquarters.Rear the contest which concluded RADM M. Carson ;
their respective prizes Friday. SLOGAN CONTEST WINNERS- Joseph
Admiral Joseph M. Car- August 27. ComFairJax/ComNabSix congratulates ENS C. L. Larsen. I
Ensign C. L. Larsen, of Heavy
son made the presentation. Com- All jyUrflM3 rec ve(* personal VAP-62, who authored the winning slogan in the ComFairJax/ ,,
Photo Squadron 62, whose "Safe mander of Fleet Air, Jackson- le "t J=arson thankin ComNabSix Aviation Safety Contest. (L. to R.) are the second :;
winners Alfred Becker AC2. NARTU and P. J.
third
and place : I'
Naval Aviation Safeguards Your ville and Naval Air Bases, Si t" [ | IhenutgVtf frig the time and Small. SMI. Shore Patrol Headquarters. The winning slogan ,
Nation" was judged tops, re- Naval District ADM Carson 1J ii-.Snterest U 1rticipate., was "Safe Naval Aviation Safeguards Your Nation." : '

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6 September 1962
Pass JAX AIR NEWS




\\18' Station Traffic Toyland Losses May I I

: .
.
f1U.
! Violation RecordThe PocketbookSince
JecbaMIIeI Hit Your
CAPT ,. R. CoMpto Convw nding OHVxrlxcvttv is of
I following a report
CM Waiter. J. Sckub Officer
Plesi Air .Jcbonvll! NAB 6ND traffic violations for the pe-
IADM M.CMWMCM Comrunct.r riod August 26 through August Toyland opened on August 29 a few children

CAPT Yw..t : .y O>hStiff I 31. have been making frequent visits. Of course, this would
..... Air Eleven
Wing would want to get an early
indicate that they
CATT Gilbert J. frlUMh.lM Commander NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis seem to

CArt Andrew H. Cowvt _CW.f Staff Officer week (period August -start- on- chosinff that fire truck or airplane for Christmas.But .

Navel Air Technical Training Unit 26-31 ................./..........:... 5 it has been determinedthat I explain the consequences of such
CAPT HtrtMl. D. Allen Commanding Officer
of the kiddies are
COR Eugene P. Verdery Executive Officer Total accidents this year some activity there would be less em-

Naval l Hospital through August 31 ...."....176 not just "sight-seeing" or so pty cartons in and around Toy-
CAPT J. M. tanner _Commanding Officer Number of accidents it appears from the number of land.

CAPT St.pH.n H. Tollnt, Executive OfficerNaval through August 1961 ......165 empty cartons left on the dis-
Air Re.erye Training Unit tables and in the alleys Toyland is a Navy Exchange
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE play
Officer
CAPT Ralph I. Elliott, Jr. Commanding
eDit WlllUm M. Miller! Executive Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR near Toyland.IT activity and losses occuring

Printed oomm rk.lly with noa-appfoprlit fund In Jickionvllle, Florida atm VEHICLE ACCIDENT ,.........3 HARDLY SEEMS POSSI- I through loss of merchandise
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July BLE that young children would eventually find their way to
It53. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis articles from pocketbooks in higher costs,
Jecieonvllle, Navel Air Station, Naval Air Technical I Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing week (Aug 26-31) ........68 deliberately take our

11, Naval! Air Reserve Training Unit and U.s. Naval Hotpltal.ICDR Speeding .......,......,................:....17 Toyland but the empty boxes so even though the percent of
Ralph D. McClure Service Information Officer loss at present is quite small
Andrew H. Information Officer Reckless driving ......................5 assest to this.
Planey Assistant Service of should be aware of
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOIE Stiff-Robert Going through stop sign .... .4 Perhaps if parents young everyone situation that does exist.
the
Doddi, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Other violations ."......".........42 children were to more fully
Member of North Florida industrial! Edltort Association end Southern and Intemettonal -
COMPARISON OF ACCIDENT
Councils of Industrial Editors.
The Jax Air Newa Is a member of the Armed force. Press Service. Material STATISTICS FOR MONTHSOF Outlines
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photo Navy Exchange
frephi unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photograph. JULY AND AUGUST 1962
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Total Accidents, for July,

extensions 8164, 456, 272 or 216. 1962"............, 30

Government Vehicles ..... ..16 Organization MissionEDITOR'S

Private Vehicles ................14 ,

Total Accidents, for August ( NOTE: This is the Third in a series of articles in .

I Liberty Communism 1 1962.......,..................21 the form of questions and answers outlining the organization of
vs Government Vehicles ........12 the Navy Exchange. Many Navy people, servicemen, dependentsand

Private Vehicles ................9 retired persons may have misconceptions regarding the opera-
There were'nine fewer tions of the Navy Exchange, thus this information is presented to
FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND PRESSIn ac- answer some of the question asked most frequently.)
cidents for the month of Au-
democratic countries freedom of is QUESTION: If all of the pro
speech generally !
gust 1962, as compared to 30 stations throughout the world.
considered to be the most fundamental civic right. It in- accidents for July 1962. Negli- fits generated by our Exchangeare From each dollar you spend, one

cludes the right to express ideas and beliefs. It also includesthe gent backing from parking not spent on our station, who cent goes to this BuPers cen-

right to protest, to persuade other citizens to protest, and positions remains the numberone gets the remainder? tral fund which benefits every-]

to seek thereby change laws and policies by legtimatemeans. cause of accidents. ANSWER: Ar. assessment between one of the Navy. Another six*

12ft and 20% of the of of dol
During the month of July tenths one cent your
From this basic right flow
press. 1962, there were 15 backing monthly profits generated by lar goes to an assesment mad
other rights, such as religious the Exchange is made by th6Bureau
Yet after their "conquest of accidents, and for August 1962 from the Sixth Naval Distri
freedom freedom of the
press power" in 1917, the Communists, there were five. The estimatedcost of Naval Personnel in Recreation Fund. This fund if]
and freedom of
assembly.
while asserting that the dictatorship of damages to private pro- Washington. The size of this used for the benefit of the enJ
All democratic constitutionsgive I
of the proletariat had es- perty for July was $1,900.00for assessment is dependent upoq tire Sixth Naval District Athletic
freedom of and
speech pressa the sales generated. This
tablished freedom of speech and August, $2,920. Costly ac- average program, and special projects
prominent place in their list is used for the benefitof
cidents like these be money welfare
press suppressed all free speechby can avoided of a recreational or -
of guaranteed rights. And all de-
and theird
Naval Personnel
their opponents. by remembering that nature. Everyone within th

mocratic governments make an Their argument was that the COURTESY BUYS A LOT OF e p e ndents throughout the Sixth Naval District share
honest effort to this
protect world. This central fund provides -
right. Bolshevik Revolution had freed SAFETY. equally in this fund. These man}
"Drive both cars" means thatan monies for loans or grantsto benefits then divid
AS WITH OTHER HISTORIC the classes of the workers and are your
expert, alert driver figuresout all activities who have a par-
RIGHTS Communist constitu- the peasants, and that free ends for patronizing your Navy
ticular need. Loans, in turn, are
what the other fellow
and that may
speech meant
tions, for propaganda purposes, press off in installments from Exchange.
do, and acts accordingly. paid
these
only classes representedby
make a pretense of guaranteeing the accruing to the Com- They are tangible benefits!
the dictatorship of the Among other things he is profits
freedom of speech and press. But letariat, might exercise pro-this ready to stop for the fellow mand. Other examples of the that accrue to you everytime ]

these promises are flagrantlyand right. who runs through "on the yel- use of this fund is in the formof you fill up your tank at the

constantly violated.It low" .. and he lets the reck- outright grants, (i.e. gifts)
Service Station, or buy a car-
is not true as Communist 1
less passer into line even given to stock a library on a
writers claim that there was no I\lINf\ though tempted to squeeze Polaris submarine, to provide I ton of cigarettes at the retail

freedom of speech and press in SfRVICfS him. He watches for the fel- games, books, music and hobby store. You have not only saved

Tsarist Russia and that free ') low who may pull out of a craft items to combat the lone- money on your purchase, but

speech Russia and with press the Bolshevik only came Re-to parking space. .. if he possibly liness of the wintering-over per- you have also helped to provide

PROTESTANT can, he stays out of the way of sonnel on Operation Deep
volution of 1917. ever-improving welfare and recreational -
Communion All the approaching driver who! is Feeze, and to subsidize the cost
0830-Holy ,
The assertion is a double Saints' trying to reenter his own lane of movies shown on board the facilities for your-

falsehood, because a moderate 0930-Naval Chapel Hospital Chapel .he shrugs his shoulders and thousands of Navy ships and self and your dependents.
of freedom of
measure speech
lets the road hog have his
0930-Service of Divine Wor-
and press did exist in Russia in
that kind
of
ship, All Saints' Chapel way compe-
1906-1917
and this freedomwas
even 1100 Service of Divine Wor- tition is too expensive he
destroyed by the Bolsheviks.The .
ship, All Saints' Chapel keeps pedestrians, especially
Constitution procalimedby CATHOLICSunday children, always in mind and

the Tsar Nicholas II in 1906 permits them to cross safely.

contained a guarantee of free- I'
0630-Naval
Hospital Chapel
!
dom of speech and press, follow- 0900-1200-St. Edwards Chapel 'NUTS

ing Western practices. While
Weekdays
See if you can answer this one
subversive
newspapers of Nihil-
0700-King Hall without looking around the shopor
ists, Anarchists and Communistswere Saturday office: That's all Gen. McAulifie had to say.
suppressed, other political
0800-St. Edward's Chapel
dicussion in large measure was Confessions are heard from Where's the nearest fire exting- With that one word he answered a German
uisher?
tolerated. 1900-2000. I demand that he surrender his 101st Airborne
FOLLOWING THE BRITISH If it took you more than 30

AND FRENCH PRECEDENTS, O' Club To Begin seconds to answer, better do some Division during the Battle of the Bulge. "Nats!"

censorship of the press remained double-checking. Make sure you i is what any American fighting man would say.

relaxed, although newspaperswere Duplicate Bridge know the location of all fire extinguishers -

subject to prosecution and Beginning September 11, at near your work area.

severe penaltie for seditious pub- will be
bridge
lications. 2000 duplicate And you might be wise to invest -
played at the Officers Club.
in fire extinguisher for
Prior to the Bolshevik Revo- The cost will be $1.00 a per- a CODE OF CONDUCT: 2. I will

lution of 1917, the Communists son and money prizes as well as home use, too. The National Safety never surrender of own free

bitterly denounced Tsarist regu- Master bridge points will be Council reports 6,000 deaths my
'will.* If in command I will never
lations punishing the publicationof awarded to the winners. yearly from home fires. Many 9

subversive literature advocat- Beginners at duplicate bridgeare surrender my men while they still
probably could have been pre- 6>1 .A t:
ing the overthrow of the govern- welcome. For more informa- a.duPAbmt.CAde.tc..a ,t have the.means to resist.
Mrs. Leon Mink at vented had a fire extinguisherbeen .... _. ,
ment by force. Communists demanded tion call -.r. r w.r. rr. o.

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Cobb, Brown Lead

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O&R Benny SuggsTwenty y :


civilian employees were presented with bene- ;:

ficial suggestion awards in July. All of the checks, totaling ?' ''
went to Overhaul and k
$700, Repair Department.The .
largest check, $105, was
awarded to Louis R. Cobb, Jr. Those receiving $15 awards

and Neil E. Brown, for their were: Francis H. Bell and

"Hook Adaptation", which is Steood T. Carter; Daniel M.
of Davis; Frank G. Brooks; CurtisR.
the development a improved
method of attaching the new Mann, (2)); Frank W. White;

ACEL-5-952 hook to the hoist Charles M. Frey; Stanley W.

cable of Sikorsky Helicopters. Grant; and Maurice J. Kapper- ? 1 _

.
THEY ALSO RECEIVED $50 man.CI&EToTake

for their "Hook Adapter" for 1

HOK, HUK and HU2IC type t55 'ti

helicopters.The .

second biggest award Chits for Medical ,.\ c" f .....
,,,,..._' went to Earl C. Chesser. He
received INGENIOUS IDEA-CAPT R. H. Fagan. NAS O&R Officer
$85 for his idea of "Modi- Service presents a check for $105 dollars to Neil E. Brown and Louis R. Nal'l BIB Issues
fication of Jig to Speed up Rocker ,CorpsThe Cobb for their Benny Suggs "Hook Adaptation" idea for attaching
the new ACEL 5-9592 hook to the hoist cable of Sikorsky
arms for R-1820 aircraft en- CI&E Center has an- helicopters. Perfumes
gines by modifying the face nounced that special request chits Bargain

plate formerly used by recessingthe will be accepted for the Medical
center of the bearing sur- Service Corps between September 1 Sales WarningAll

15 and October 10. O< Hosts I
face.Other Navy Exchanges are cau-
"Benny Suggers" were:
THOSE PERSONS ELIGIBLEto
tioned to beware of socalled"bargain"
Donald R. Miller and Ralph C. apply for the program are reg- LADDER perfumes, which are

Novak, $75; Jay L. Hoffman, ular Navy men and women on HclioTalks represented by the replicas of

$75; Victor Spirko, $55; Horace active duty in the following cate- With Civilian* well-known scents. The National
C. Rhodes, $50; William R. gories: Chief Medical, or Dental The Overhaul and Repair De- Better Business Bureau refers to

Beasely, $25; Leo F. Back, $25; Service Warrant; Medical and partment here was host to the Seventeen civilian employees these "bargain perfumes" as "the

Stanley W. Grant, Bruce S. Ga- Dental Service Warrant, Chief East Coast Model HSS-2 Pro- of NAS Jax have been promotedin hoax and has
bargain perfume ,
mill and Fred W. Lirk, $20. Hospital Corpsmen, Chief Dental gressive Aircraft Rework Policy accordance with the Station's issued warnings to merchants to

Technicians, and Dental Techni- Conference which convened on Merit Promotion program. be of such items.
WarehouseContinued cians Monday, August 20, at the O&R Overhaul and Re- wary
Supply First Class and Hospital Promoted a| THE PROMOTERS OF THESE

Corpsmen First Class who have Department.The pair Department were: RaymondB. mislabeled perfumes make huge
( from Pagel) served one year as first class. conference brought together Bragg from Production Dis- profits by selling diluted or

proved methods of packing ma- All applicants must be at least representatives of Commander patcher to Assistant Production mislabeled scents especiallyat
1
terials for storage, and shipment, 21 years of age and under 32 Naval Air Force Atlantic, 1 SS-2 Controlman (A/C Mechanic (Gen- Christmas as imported prod-

and the latest materials hand- years of age. East Coast operating squadrons, eral)); William H. Hendren and ucts offered at bargain "holiday
ling and storage techniques. They must have 30 semester Bureau of Naval Weapons Fleet Richard L. Middleton from Air- "

Representatives from some 13 hours of work at an accredited Readiness Representative, At- craft Mechanic (General) to Air- prices.The Federal Trade Commission \\
Bases the Bureau of lantic, Aeroneutical Supply Of- Examiner and John R.
Naval Sup- college or one year college GEDor craft ; has issued warnings
many
plies and Accounts, Bureau of be a high school graduate witha fice, Philadelphia, and O&R Jax Mauldin from Electrician (Air- I against producers of certain per- ,

Ships and Docks and inductrial GCT or ARI of 60< for the purpose of developing induction craft) to Aircraft Examiner. fume products, charging mislabeling I
representatives are attending the processing and delivery Those promoted in Public
I They must be citizens of United and false pricing.
I procedures which will assist in Works Department were: Chris-
meeting.The States and have had no record These imitation or diluted per-
Workshop is expected to of courts-martial in the pre- providing minumum outofservice topher D. Bugg from Shop Plan- fumes are usually packaged to
complete its sessions here to- ceeding two years. time and maxium service ner (Power Plant Controlman) to imitate expensive or imported
utility of the Navy's newest twin-
morrow. Quarterman Utilities; Carlton G. scents. Following are some of
turbine anti-sub helicopter re- Fyee from Apprentice Electricianto
the hoax gimmicks used:
cently placed in an operationalstatus. Electrician; Bertha M. Shaw REBOTTLING-A 4-ounce bot-

from Clerk, GS-2 to Clerk-Typist, tle of famous-name cologne that
NAS Jax is the Navy's prime
GS-3. sells for $6 is used to fill 32 dram-
activity for rework of the model
Promoted in Supply Depart-
I size flagons which are then of-
HSS-2 aircraft. ment were: William E. Dennett, the hoax
fered by promoters as
{ c from Clerk-Typist GS-3 to Clerk- perfume selling for $2 each.

Navy Com StationTo Typist 4; Betty Hardy from Sometimes the expensive cologne

Transportation Supervisor, GS7to is diluted before being

Be Erected In Supervisory Shipment Assist poured into the perfume flagons.
ant GS-8; Betty C. Robinson from IMITATIONS-The promoters
x fi frKS Clerk-Typist GS-3 to Secretary
sometimes label their spray con-
: Western Australia (Stenography) GS-5; Madge P. tainers with the initials used by

i.. } 4f k 9r'EY'f Taylor from Clerk-Typist GS3to famous name products ("A" for
WASHINGTON (AFPS)-Iso Voucher Examiner (Typing)
Arpega, C-5 for Chanel No.5,
lated North West Cape Western GS-4 John M. Thomas from
; hoax
MS for My Sin, etc.). These
Australia is be the site of Stock Control
to a Clerk GS-4 to have examination
products on ,
million radio communicationsstation Stock Control Clerk
$70 GS-5.
been found to contain none of
constructed and operatedby Those promoted in the miscel- the famous scents their initialing
rr ;y ry the Navy.Australia's. laneous group were: Ruby G. implies.

acceptance and ap- Knight from Clerk-Typist, GS-2, FALSE PRICE CLAIMS-In a
proval of the United States' request O&R Department to ClerkTypistGS3 number of cases the FTC has

to build and maintain sucha Supply Department; Mar- stop promoters from putting a

station was announced recentlyby tha A. Lanier from Clerk-Typist, price on a perfume container

Australian Prime Minister' GS-3, Supply Department to Accounting which is far higher than the

Robert G. Menzies. The station Technician, GS-4, brand has ever sold for. For instance -

1 will provide radio communications Comptroller Department; MarieC. some "bargain perfumes", ,}

44 with United States and allied Loy to Accounts MaintenanceClerk offered at $1 to $5 bear list prices .

ships in the Indian Ocean GS-3, Comptroller Depart- I such as $20 per ounce although 'I

and the Western Pacific. ment to Same, GS-4; Margaret their actual price might be $8
Melton frcm Accounts
Mainte-
,
Plans for the construction of per ounce.
the station call for a small com nance Supervisor, GS-5, Comp- FALSE LABELING-Misrep-
.df Arfv. troller Department to Same, GS6 resenting to origin is also
munity to be built to house families as a
; Annabell P. Wallace, from Ac- j
'of the military and civil- "bargain perfumes gimmick.i I
counts Maintenance Clerk, GS-3, Domestic scents are labeled to 1
ian personnel manning the sta-
Comptroller Department to Ac- suggest that they originated in
tion. It will be located about 700 counts Maintenance Supervisor, France-a drawing of the Eiffel

miles north of the Western Aus- GS-4, Comptroller Department.A Tower, the flag of France, or
PACK-CAPT J. D. Sullivan. NAS
LIGHT
OPERATION light pack shipping tralian capital city of Perth. French words.To .
Supply Officer gets a first-hand look of the new henpecked weather forecasterwas
method now being used by his department. Discussing the The station'will transmit on a be safe from the promotersof
construction of the reuabl shipping container Is Samuel Bally, describing his wife to an hoax perfumes, Exchanges
Department Carpenter Shop. Tomo- wide range of frequencies usedin friend:
supervisor of the Supply should confine their purchase of
rrow will conclude a three-day Warehouse Worship designed to military communinations, including
acquaint supervisory personnel with the new methods being "Hazel speaks 150 words a minute scents to brand name products
employed through the Navy's Operation Light Pack Program.The very low frequencies ," he said, "with gusts up to nationally known and in general

workship is being sponsored by RADM J. W. Cumpacker. I (VLF). 180." demand.
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\ Jrbq %1 Jax Splits In 6ND I




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Jax Navy Varsity Softball team broke even at

the Sixth Naval District Tournament ,by winning two and

; 4 Jii.LLnk.t losing two to tie for fifth place when eleven teams met

) j it Charleston last week.
/
The first game of the tourna-
r t IJi erage with a .400 per cent mark
ment was won by the Jax team
Smith. He followed
,. when they defeated last year'schampions was was by
Kramer and Oliver who both had
:: NAS Charleston, bya
;i
.333 percentages.NAS .
score of seven to one behind the
<: .. Pensacola won the District
pitching of Snuffy Smith.
honors by defeating Cecil 4-3
,
THEY LOST, HOWEVER to
thus the West Florida nine
are
Cecil Field in the second game
playing in the Regional Tourna-
; with a score of 8 to 1, placing
t them into the losers bracket to ment which began yesterday also
at Charleston.
; play NAS Glynco.

READYING FOR SEASON-Reviewing the course of rules to be outlined for the Fall tea With two triples, one by Sid
son of the Officers' Wives Golf Association are(L to R) Mrs. H. F. Gingrich, Tourney ChairmanMrs. Kramer and the other by Ken
C. A. Broaddus Treasurer Mrs. F. E. Lusk. Chairman of the Association and Mrs. D. D. Auto
Phillips, Secretary. The ladies gathered last Tuesday to make preparations for the first gen Oliver, the Jax team roundedthe Shop
eral meeting and coffee to be held Friday, September 7. Actual play on the course will begin bases with eight hits to defeat

September 11. There- are approximately 65 members of the association. the Glynco team by a score of Good PlaceTo

seven to one. The game was

Bears Bombers Volleyball Team IN Football To pitched by Smith who gained his

second victory. Tinker

Get NAS JAX LOST THE FOURTH

To Dazzle In Deadline/ Sept. 19 UnderwayOn GAME to NAS Memphis by a If your car's carburator won't

close margin of 5 to 4 behind the carb and its cams won't cam
The first meeting of IM Vol-
MondayMonday pitching of Harry Shelly. then take them to the complete
leyball for the Fall season hereat Leading the team's batting Auto and Boat Repair Depart-
GatorBowl Sat. NAS will be held Wednes- marks the kick-off of av-
ment at the NAS Hobby Shop.
the 1962 IM Touch Football sea-
September 19 at 0930 in
day, '
Clifford
Osobrn of the
son here at NAS Jax with 17 Hobby
the Athletic Director's office
Jacksonville's first professional ,
has
Puttering Shop set up a unique Auto
teams of two leagues ready to
football team, the Bears, will Mainside gym.Deadline knock heads.According. and Boat Repair Shop for all
for submissions of
open its season play Saturday servicement to use. It is a do-

night at the Gator Bowl when entries is September 28. to Athletic Director AroundOn it-yourself shop, but there are l

they clash with the Miami Bombers. Frank McCaffrey, all games will two mechanics on hand to help

Kickoff time is 2000. be played at 1600 on either the with any problems.All .
THREE OUTSTANDINGBEARS BOWLINGThe Stadium or Parade Ground grid- Sunday, September 9, there
irons. will be a nine-hole affair at theN you have to do is register
in the line for this
up AS Golf Course which will NOT your car when you log in and
game will be Don Goodman, half- third week of ten-pin In- Following is the first week's all the services are
the from the boys yours.
separate men
back from the University of tramural Bowling League com- schedule with (A) denoting There is a complete line of
but rather bring them together
Florida; Howell Boney, guard petition remains just as tight as American League play and (N) tools which can be checked out
on a even
the week before. par.
also from UF and Monk Guillot, National: from Pappy Kyle the tool
guard formerly of LSU.It With a 4 and 0 record, the Mar- It's the Senior-Junior Tournament man.
DATE LOCATION I I There are two pits which
you
to be a razzle-dazzle lins of VP-30, last season's NAS Sept. 10 matching teams of father-
appears can
contest with the Jax Bears be- Bowling Champs, are leading the (A) VP-30 vi Marines ...._._StadiumN I and-son against fatherandson.This for grease painting your, welding car, spray equip-guns

ing pitted against a strong Bomber American League and is the only ( ) VP-7 vi AF679th _.Parade Grdi. does not mean, however, ment, battery chargers and
defensive line which averages team of the three leagues thathasn't S.pt. 11 that the Sr. and Jr. have to be ,
suffered a loss. (A) A/C Maint. vi Admin ....StadiumN related, only that the junior be many other materials and facil
258 pounds per man. ( ) VP-5 vi MARTD ._..Parade Grdi.Stpt. ities. There is also plenty of
The Mix Masters of O&R lead 12 no more than 17 years of age. I

NAS Special Services has sea- the keglers in the Continental (A) Supply vi Hoipttal._..Stadium The tourney will begin at, 1300 parking space.

son tickets on sale for $3.00 as League, winning eleven games (N) VAP-62 vi FAETU Parade Grdi. with a twosome green fee of $1.50. The Auto Repair Departmentis

well as regular individual game with only a single loss. Sept. 13 Entries are still being welcomedat open on Wednesdays, Thurs
(A) VA-176 vi NARTU ........Stadium
tickets for adults which sell for In the National League action the golf shack. days, and Fridays from 1400-
(N) VA-44 vi VA-35 ....Parade Grdi. '
$1.50 and 75c for servicemen and the Sky Raiders of VA-35 are 2100 and on Saturdays and

students. leading the shuffel with a 10 and Y.Yt. Sundays from 0900-2100. It is

2 record. ;Y closed all day Monday and
Children under 12 years of age
Following are the results of Tuesday.An .
will be admitted free when ac-
the IM league play through Fri- extra feature is, while
companied by a parent.
day, August. 31.AMERICANElectrons. working on your car at the

The Bears Gator Bowl sched- 3, Play Auto Shop, you can get partson

ule for '62 is: Sept. 8, Miami; Boys 1; Seabees 4. Sky Worriers a forty per cent discount.

Sept. 22, Daytona Beach; Oct. 6, 0; Marines "B" 3; Chiefs 1; Mad The Navy Exchange has add-

Orlando; Oct. 20, Ft. Lauder- Foxes 3, COMess 1; Dispensary 4, ed a new retail store at the

dale; Nov. 10, Daytona Beach; Guardians 0; Confidentials 4, hobby shop where you can buy

Dec. 1, Atlanta, and Dec. 8, Mont- Flying Phantoms 0; A/C Maint. accessories.7 .

gomery. "A" 4, Keglers 0.CONTINENTAL. }
::.k ? ti;, ft
-Cougars 4, x I-

A/C Maint. "B" 0; Spartans 3,

Golf LeagueWith Owl Hoots 1; Neptunes 4, Fire

Balls 0; Mix Masters 3, Cougars .
only a week remaining 1; Hornets 2, Griffens 2; Paymasters ri; #} t
before the 14 dead-
September 4, ComFairJax 0.NATIONALLive.
line for team entries, eight com-

mands have turned in rosters for Wires 3, t: __ _
The Strikes lAvions; 3, NARTU k
the Fall season of IntramuralGolf.
1 Boat Branch "A" 4 Pan Han- .
; ,
5 .5 _ _
dlers 0; Panthers 3, Scope Dopes

Other interested commands are 1; Sky Raiders 3, BeeBee Stackers

urged to have their golf team 1; VU-10 3, Hack Drivers 1; Lii .

captains submit team rosters by Hospital 3, Marines "A" 1; Ban- :

the Friday cut-off date. dits 3, Stingers 1. \

The eight teams who have assured FROM CARS TO BOATS-Utilizing the automotive and

they will be on hand for The world's record bluegill outboard repair facilities available at the NAS Hobby shop
could result In saving a couple extra dollars not to mention
the September 24 tee off are the weighed 4 Ibs., 12 oz., and measured Just the pleasure of dinkering with that Model "A". Two men

Pros of VP-30, ComFairJax, 15 inches in length and who are taking advantage of this Special Services facility are

NARTU, VA-44, O&R, VP-5, tile sunfish, taken in Alabama, Marcus Huston of AE Support, changing his car's oil in one of % p'
two pits at the shop, and Bowen
Jerry of MARTD who's
Marine Barracks, and FAW-11. 18 Vi inches in girth. paring to put some final touches on his outboard motor. pre-






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JAX AIR NEWS Pap SH. !

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Navy AnnouncesShipbuilding FY-63 I


; :;" :' ;: Plans



i The Navy has unveiled an FY 1963 shipbuilding pro-
; gram that includes an attack aircraft carrier as well as 14

.1 nuclear submarines and numerous amphibious, patrol. and

I auxiliary ships. I -r
The' new carrier will be a con- troops and their equipment by

ventionally-powered ship of the means of helicopters, implementing -

Forrestal class. It will replace a the vertical envelopment con-

WWII Essex class carrier and will cept of amphibious assault.

bring to nine the number of fully In the auxiliary ship category,

modern attack carriers. conversions are planner for an

Eight of these are of the For- ammunition ship, a major com-

restal class while the ninth is the munication relay ship, two tech

nuclear powered Enterprise.THE nical research ships, and guided

FOR ;;" NAVY PLANS TO BUILDsix missile ship, two oilers and a
SALE-NARTU'S "FLY NAVY" convertible (without
the lovely "Miss Fly Navy" 1962 Miss Jonnie Tanner) Is being fleet ballistic missile submarines cargo-resupply ship.Vetslnsurance".
"Fly Navy"Convertible soldi to make way for a new 1963 model. The car was loaned to each carrying 16 Polaris
the Reserves, courtesy of the Navy League of the United States missiles, as well as eight nuclear- '
to aid the Naval Aviation Officers' Programs.
powered subs designed primarily

to destroy enemy submarines.This Conditional ForReinstalemenl
program will add eight to
Up For SaleThe the 32 attack type submarines

previously approved.A .
beautiful 1962 white I. nuclear-powered guided mis-
The Bill recently passed by the
Chrysler convertibleused
Newport
sile frigate featuring the new
by the NARTU Jax Officer longand medium-range Typhon U.S. Senate to reopen National
team is for sale. Service Life Insurance for vet-
Procurement up surface-to-air-missile, surface-to-
-i: erans who had lapsed their poli-
Early this spring each station in surface missile is another
construction -
CNARESTRA Command k..:. cies was not passed by the Houseof
the re- ",: ...,. I project.IT .
Representatives. There are
ceived one of these convertibles + WILL BE DESIGNED to
through the courtesy of the Navy ,, erate defensively in the carrier op- conditions, however, under which
,.
:. \ veterans"are
7I i1 servicemen and
League of the United States ona \ I jif. striking forces, antisubmarineforces many
loan basis to bolster the Naval f. and amphibious forces eligible to reinstate their
LJ policies, B. J. Gannon, Officer In
Aviation Officer Programs.TO .
\ against all presently known of
'
Charge, VA Office Jacksonville,
MAKE WAY FOR THE >, ." foreseen methods of attack by
Florida, said today. Veterans
1963 MODELS, the Navy Leaguehas : an enemy.
who converted their policies toa
authorized the if New
Commanding amphibious warfare ship permanent plan and lapsed af-
Officers to make them availableto construction includes four am-
ter conversion of their policiesmay
prospective buyers in the local phibious (dock and
transports ) apply for reinstatement If
command. : one amphibious assault The
ship.
f they are still within the term.
This convertible has been amphibious transports will be In these cases the term of the

used only six months, has received i designed to combine the func- policy has not expired, Gannor
excellent maintenance tions of an attack transport and explained.

and has less than 12,000 miles. an attack cargo ship. The am- THERE IS ANOTHER PROVISION -
, VP-30 HONORMAN AWARD-LT Harold L. Van Dusen phibious assault ship is
\ It is equipped with radio, heater designedto
of law applicable to
(right) selected "Honorman of the
was as equadron's Graduating embark I
and land
power brakes and steering Replacement Officer Class 562.' He took top honors on the transport some servicemen on active duty.In .
and drives like a dream. All basis of his outstanding achievement In all phases of ground and these cases, policies were pur-
markings on the car are decals flight training. Grading factors are weighed heavily against an Destroyer SunkIn chased before April 25, 1951. The
officer of his rank and experience In order to give newly desig-
and can be easily removed and nated pilots an equal chance to compete for the award. He will serviceman subsequently lapsedthe
replaced with available chrome soon report for duty with VP-56, NAS Norfolk, Va. Presenting TestA policy and it expired whilehe
stripping.The the award was CDR J. G. Boniface, VP-30 executive officer. Firepower was on, active duty, and after

original list price in radioactive ship, the destroyer April 25, 1951. Such a serviceman -

March 1962 was approximately DOD Services Intensify Fullam, has been intentionally still on continuous active

$4,700. This car can be pur- Fullam, has been intentionallysunk duty or within 120 days from

chased for only $2,850 on a by the Navy. separation may be eligible to re-

first come first cash basis. Efforts To Get Out VoteThe Built in Boston in 1940, the place his policy.

Interested should Fullam was* used as the targetin There is another group of vet-
persons con- erans eligible to purchase Gov-
to get out the serv- a firepower exercise taking
effort
tact Chief Rose NARTU Infor-
The Defense Department an- ernment Life Insurance, Gannon
mation ice vote in the November elec- place 180 miles off Cape Henry,
and Recruiting Depart-
been
nounced that Sept. 25 has said. They are disabled veterans
tions has moved into high gear. Va. She was sunk by A4D Sky-
ment, extension 260-361.
deliv-
set as the final date for released from service since
hawk attack planes from the.
ery of the Standard Form 76 to carriers Forrestal and Enterprise -I April, 25 1951. Such veterans
all eligible voters both in the have 12 months from the date
firing Bullpup airtosurface -
United States and overseas. missiles. service connection is establishedby

The September deadline gives VA in which to apply for in-
Fry voters about 42 days in advanceof The cruiser Newport News surance.
y
elections to fill in their cards and other ships of the Second Complete details and assis-

A and mail them. Early mailing will Fleet finished her off with guns tance in making applicationsmay
officers timeto before she went down. be
give state voting obtained from the VA

honor all cards. The Fullam had been used in Contact Office, Room 311, Federal -

ii y 'l+Y 5wC THE STATES, IN GENERAL, experiments d u r ing nuclear Building, Jacksonville, Flo-
have one criticism of the voting tests in the Pacific in 1958. The rida.

card. Under item 5, most votersdo cost of scrubbing her clean of

i not name their county of residence the resulting radioactivity would

t; simply because the card have been greater than scrap

'rrr '.:, :f.i..j: does not ask for it. To be sure, value. x.r'.

..... .,. fl include the county along with
dr'" state and voting precinct. COMMEMORATES FIFTY

x .i,..,.' Here are a few "don'ts" listedas YEARS-CAPT J. B. Wester
man Senior NAS Dental Officer
$ vital in using Form 76. cuts the 50th Anniversarycake
rt f 114'1t Don't send in more than one commemorating the half'
card. Give the state a chance I century organization of the 4 : bt
Dental Corps during dinner L
to send you a ballot. Two cards dance
ceremonies held August
only cause confusion. 25. Dental officers of the
DON'T WRITE OR PRINT IL- Northeast Florida area and
.
?:;, LEGIBLY. Names and addresses their ladies gathered at Ihe

< 'l. I\{ "" that cannot'be read are the most casion.NAS Officers Many of Club the for celebrants the oc : ty

:. .. _. ." Ik. .. common error in filling out the were retired and reserve den-
"' ''':' : : .,
.r. : '. ; :: "S : F cards. tal officers.
cvvL MJ.'i Don't use bne card for two peo- i

Ji .,...y .. ,_ ple. Sometimes a serviceman and t }
AN EARLY LOOK-Examining the intricate moving parts his wife use the same card. This
of a toy polaris submarine, equipped fully with missiles, is
CDR W. S. Schub, NAS XO and Toyland manager Jo Tucker. confuses voting officials and de-
Numerous scientific hobby-type toys are on display at the Christ- lays return of the ballot.
mas gift shop, such as the cable-retained WWII Navy dive Don't wait to fill out and mail : fit s s
o k
bomber being held by the commander. Toyland is located in :
the card. Time will be short at .4Ths
Bldg. 514 and is open for business 0900.1630 Monday through
best-get it in the mail 1gth d
quickly.
Friday, and from 0900.1200 on Saturdays. ; _



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I NATTUnit Drill Team



Builds Name In SouthThe


"Jaxon Lancers" were just another drill team when

they were formed in June, 1959, to represent the Naval Air

Technical Training Unit, Jacksonville, Fla., but since that

time they've built for themselves a reputation throughout

f4 Florida, Southern Georgia and Alabama excelled by few.
) The team members, made up
2 : over of personnel as team mem-
primarily of NATTU students,
bers from school and
b eat, sleep and live "drill team"in graduate
their off-duty hours, but dur- are replaced by new students,
the "Jaxon Lancers have main-
ing the working day the drill
team is tained a consistently high degree -
forgotten as they hit the
of effectiveness and effici-
books to maintain an average
I ,
I that'll let them remain on the ency.
team. i
I

Although they're required to i I

maintain a 70 average, few mem- :Classified

bers are droped from the team :, <-

., for scholastic reasons and almost
TEAM HALT-Top( pheto). :vaerxavrv.v.w+vsvaavswvsdY}'{U.A vwkylau oyvk MrX vv.rasaNk: t++r'rm hk':r O'a: {vG:vwv.wny gowvrba.vrtrrA rrM
Moments like this are few and never is one dropped from school FOR RENT

far between for the "Jaxon ., '' entirely.
iy: + :
riy :k':}: Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm. house, furn. EV
Lancers. They don't often
stop and do nothing. They'reshown THERE ARE ONLY 16 POSITIONS 71270.
Furn Apt.; 4 rmi.; $55 per mo.j EV
here, stopped-but not on the performing unit, 9-0514 or EV 89806.

for long-during(lower a photo Captain'sInspection ). The g- and competition is keen, with Riverside-Will hare 2bdrm. furnr. apt.
"Jaxon Lancers" practice the 10 to 12 waiting prospects all the with business 'lady; 384..285Furn.
sophisticated Queen Ann Sa- time. bachelor Apt.; gar.; 1210 Edge-
wood Ave
lute. They spend at least six .
hours per week practicing ry. }; }; They've performed at events FOR SALE
more when they hare a per- ranging from the Edison Pageantof
formance coming up. Spring lake-Houie trailer; equity
{:yt.''}' }YSOi'{:xa 16 .Y: Light Parade, billed as Flor- $1,300 50-ft. 2-bdrmi. EV 7.1390
ida's third largest, at Ft. Myers, SOUTH SIDE3bdrm., 1 beth house;
5i8V' wf
J lS ar ip
!
i r to Captain's Inspections.It's pay equity ned assume 4))% mortgage.
*L i,v *2Jfy$ *><>
no snap, being a drill team Murray Hill-2-bdrm unfurn house?
'lrffJMovies ..wwNkq :a'' member. They normally practicean I SP 12877.
Ortega Hillt3bdrm.V 1 bath; EV
hour and half four nights a 41546.

week, and when a performance I Cedar Hilli-3-bdrm, 2-bath house; 2-

is approaching, practice is limited car gar.; SP 12636.

will be shown regularly only by available off-duty time. THIS N' THAT
1'iy..txr# so :&:wrdo'at' saa c2.aLG rrf4'a'wc.:M'aKwaocw'6CS.33'i id.cwfsww.vGawc,,r.eoicw'i5riic.oasnbaD: : :{ y ,; o3i
at 1900 on Monday through The task of organizing the Riders wanted from the Beaches toNAS

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on in 1959 Lieu- 0730 to 1600; CH 6-4309
group was given to
Sunday, at the Mainside arid 'Copiers Proved 'Angels of Mercy'Twelve tenant Commander W. N. High-
NATTU Theaters and at 1900
smith, at that time Training Of- Not-New
only in Sunday at the Hospital ShopIn
years ago this month ficer for the Aviation Electrician'sMate
These times sub- .
Theater. are transportation missions.For
Class "A" School and
techniques of evacution of bat ,
ject to change. tlefield casualties were dramat- the wounded, the 'coptersand Chief Aviation Machinist's MateJ Need of Items

Thursday September 6 ically altered on a mountain in their plucky pilots were in- B. Fike, then an instructor in

Korea by a Marine Corps "first." surmountable. Meantime they the school.
Mainside-Frightened City. battlefield Getting ready for fall house
continued to make
NATTUnit-Damn the Defiant Four Sikorsky HO3S-1 heli- STRICT QUALIFICATIONSwere cleaning? Be sure and donate'
Hospital-Confession 0 fAn copters, delivering rations and history as in September 1951 set by LCDR Highsmith and anything usable to the Not-New
when the 1st Maine Division Reconnaissance
Opium Eater. supplies to infantrymen in front- Chief Fike, and they've been retained -
Don't for-
Company becamethe Shop at Building 953.
,
line positions, made the return with only minor revision
Friday September 7 trip carrying wounded leather first unit to be transportedto since. get receipts are given for all do-

Mainside-Romanoff and Juliet. necks. The next day they the front by 'copter.A Basically, a prospective member nations for income tax deduc:

NATTUnit-Frightened City. brought out five more seriously must maintain an outstanding tions.
Hospital-Damn the Defiant. casualties, three of them from man rushed excitedly into items
military bearing, must be of good For those choice of
the smoking car of a train. "A
terrain too to be reachedby
steep
character and must be scholasti-
Saturday September 8 lady has just fainted in the next clothing, uniforms, furniture,
jeep. cally able to take on the addi-
Mainside-The Huns. car," he cried. "Has anybody got houseware or toys that you hateto
FROM THIS BEGINNING in tional responsibilities.Since .
NATTUnit-Romanoff and Ju- the first furious phase of the Ko- any whiskey? give away, the shop has a

liet. rean War, Marine helicopter Immediately several flasks ap I its inception, the team consignment section. You name

Hospital-Frightened City. pilots achieved a notable rec- peared. He seized one, tilted it has perfected thirty-five differ- the price, and the shop sells the

back, took a long drink and returned ent precision maneuvers, includ- article for a 20% commission. All
Sunday, September 9 ord of evacuating nearly 10,000 it, saying, "Thanks, it ing the sophisticated Queen Ann proceeds are used for welfare.

Mainside-Zotz. troops while continuing their ob- always did make me sick to seea Salute. Open every Tuesday from 0800 to

NATTUnit-The Huns.HospitalRomanoff servation, liaison and supply lady faint. In spite of the constant turn- 1400.
and Juliet.

Monday September 10

Mainside-Knights 0 f the
.
Roundtable. { f'''*i' ?i3 '1- #
+ ivc oYioY'b'4 :
NATTUnit-Zotz.

Hospital-The Huns.

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Tuesday September 11

Mainside-Underseas Girl. ;
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rHia. # y'yb'
Roundtable.NATTUnit-Knights 0 f the .d. 3 ; tks


Hospital-Zotz. 'GV_ s h a. 4 wr

Wednesday September 12 }

Mainside-Battleground.

NATTUnit-Underseas Girl. y '994'i '/} ,'...S. r:. a.'}'y; 'k;:< < ,Sy{
Hospital-Knight of the Round- 4j1 hy
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"E" HonorsContinued


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the Second Fleet and in the Car- ,

ribbean.In u____.._. .m..... ..___
mid-April 1962 the VA-15 MAINTENANCE POW WOW-Over 40 representatives of activities utilizing helicopters, as well as 'copter contractors, gathered
at the NAS Overhaul and Repair Department August 20-24 for the Third Semi-Annual Helicopter Maintenance Conference.
AD
Skyraiders participated in an CAPT R. H. Fagan, O&R Officer, welcomed attendees at the general session and commented on the value of the conference in
aerial demonstration off the USS enabling the Department to accomplish its primary mission of Fleet support. LT I. W. Hastings and J. C. Ostertag of the O&R
Enterprise (CYAN( ) 65 which Quality Assurance Group were co-chairmen of the conference. Those activities represented included the U. S. Coast Guard
was view by President John F. BuWeps, BuWepsFllReadRepLant, ComNavAirLani. NAS Key West. NAS Grosse Isle, NAS Quonset Pt.. MCAS Cherry Point,
NARTU Jax. HMX-1. HS-1 HS-3. HS-5. HS-9, HS-11, HT-8, HU-4 MAG-26 and VW-1. Those contractors represented were Bell
Kennedy. Helicopter Co.. Kaman Aircraft Corp., and Sikorsky Aircraft. ,



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