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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: September 13, 1962
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to circle October 14
Sports Page 4

on your calendar. 5
Weather Feature Page

Watch Shop Page 6
Vol 20 No. 27 U.S. NAS JackfonrilU. rI.6ao 13 September 1962


Hurricane Research Early WordCCUF
Servicemen Will


Joint Weather Bureau, Navy Have To Register Drive So Far



Project To Study WindsProject New 'Q' Allotment Indicates Good ProgressAlthough

Stormfury, a program to investigate means for
reducing the destructive winds of hurricanes, will begin Noncommissioned and petty it is still to early to accurately gauge the

this year the Navy has announced. Established as a joint officers with more than four progress of the Navy-Duval Community Chest-United Fund

Weather Bureau and Department of the Navy program to years service are remindedthat drive, the first word from several of the participating ac-

continue research experiments on weather modification, they will have to regis- tivities indicates a "good, healthy report" before this weekis
Stormfury is scheduled to continue for the next three years. ter a new class "Q" allotmentif out.

Field operations will involve they want their dependentsto The word from the field is that

the use of improved devices for Two Japanese receive an allotment check I some of the activities are so close
Ass't SecDef
after Jan. 1. ,
cloud seeding. They will be delivered _to their own established goals
that they are withholding initial
by high-flying Navy Under the provisions of Pub-
A3D jet aircraft to strategic locations Officers Visit lic Law 87-531, these servicemen Outline reports and should have a more
this week.
turn-in
healthy by
in hurricanes this sea-
are authorized to receive
OFF TO THE EARLIEST
son. their quarter allowance "across,
Air StationTwo On START EVER and civil-
MOVEMENTS OF THE the board" in their regular SurveyEditor's military
ian personnel of some 16 Navy
S
SEEDING AIRCRAFT will be
officers of the Japanese pay. ( Note; The separate activities, plus ships at
coordinated hurricane
aircraft.by Navy Aircraft Martime Security D e fen s e The Comptroller General of is a memorandum from the Mayport, are striving to equal,
hunter oper- Forces, Captain Toshihharu Yak- the United States has held thatit sistant Secretary of Defense if not surpass, last year's dona-
the Weather Bureau
ated by ushijin and Captain Senzo Kaba- will be illegal to continuethe cerning surveys conducted tion. Last year the area activities
Research Flight Facility will shima visted the Jax Naval Air "Q" allotments of these agencies outside the combined to contribute over
monitor the changes in storm
Station last Wednesday and members after Jan. 1, 1963 un- of Defense.) $118,000, or 118% of the estab-
structure and in the forces
Thursday. 1 e s s specifically authorized An increasing number of lished goal for the Navy. Some
which drive the winds of the
THE -TWO JAPANESE OFFI- over the signature of the veys, questionnaires, research 32,000 military and, civilian per-
storm system during the hpurs
CERS were visiting Jacksonvilleas member. terviews and opinion polls sonnel in the arear are partici-
before and after seeding is
car- part of the U. S. Naval Mili- being directed to individuals pating. "

ried out. tary Assistance Program. Before organizations of the No monetary goal has been

The experiment draws upon coming here they toured several :Jax services by civilian set for the Navy's drive. Target,
of the National Hurri- : City
findings other installations. They came to both public and private, as it is throughout the entire
cane Research Project in its investigations Jax from the Naval Mine War- ing research projects. In county effort, is "one day's pay"from

over the last six I fare School, Charleston, S. C. CivicAuditorium cases the project and its each individual and 100 per
years. The object of the experi- The two captains were feted Opens are unknown to the military cent participation.THE .
ment is to create instabilities in 'at a dinner at the Officers Club thorities: In other cases COMMUNITY CHEST-

the hurricane wind system by Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car- sponses made by various 1)I UNITED FUND DRIVE is an appeal
which will cause the ring of son, Commander, Fleet Air Jack- organizations to requests for to all hands to give throughthe
maximum winds near the eye: sonville and Commander Naval sistance in the same project Chest in a united manner to
to outward and doing The Navy Color Guard of the
expand
by : Air Bases Sixth Naval District. fer widely. 43 worthwhile agencies. Contri-
diminish their Alert Security Force will parti-
so intensity. THURSDAY MORNING they AS INDIVIDUALS, s e r v butors need not worry about giv-
cipate in the dedication of the
DURING 1961. the Navy and were guests of Captain H. D. members enjoy the privilege ing in one lump sum, unless theyso
Weather Bureau carried out an Allen at the Naval Air Technical Jacksonville City Civic Auditorium other citizens to participate choo 'e. It is emphasized that

initial experiment of seeding a Training Unit were they inspected this 'Sunday, September 16. refrain from participating in I contributors can pledge and pay

limited area of Hurricane Es- the training facilities. Later The Auditorium located on veys and polls. However, for equal amounts during the

ther. Cannisters containing py- they were hosted at a luncheonat i East Bay Street near Sears Roe- status as representatives of course of the drive or can pledgethe

rotechnic generators of silver the Officers Club by CAPT buck and Co., will offer a placeto military service requires entire amount and pay directly -
iodide were dropped close to Allen and Captain James R. hold conventions, theatrical discretion to insure that their to the CC-UF on a semi-

the eye from an altitude of Compton, NAS Commanding. Of- shows, music extravaganzas and swers are not subject to annually, quarterly or monthly
around 42,000 feet. The immediate ficer. cultural entertainment. It con- ous interpretation as a basis.

result was a change in In the afternoon they toured sists of a 20,000 sq. ft. exhibitionfloor of military opinion and Two new agencies have joinedthe

radar reflectivity of clouds in the Overhaul and Repair Depart- a small theater ((600 seats) or do not constitute the united effort this year. Theyare

the seeded area as supercooled ment and the station. and a large auditorium with for possible'action adverse United Cerebral Palsy and

liquid water was converted to I The foreign officers departed balcony ((3,200 seats). the best interests of their the Speech and Hearing Center.

(Continued on Page 5, Col 4.) (Continued on Page 5, Col 5)) THE ORCHESTRA PIT in the It is, therefore, The latter was a part of the

.-.-- --- -- ------ .... _.,- Auditorium will accommodate that military personnel I Child Guidance Clinic last year.
a their individual responses Other agencies benefiting from
r- full 100-piece orchestra and is I American Red
Yr o.r eo, questions or questionnaires the campaign are
r equipped with elevators to raiseit
_
Arthritis and Rheumatism
such surveys until they have Cross,
from the basement
.MMAtt Y + tC rl / level. termined from responsible Foundation, Boy Scouts, Boy

l Y4 r : Music for the' dedication cere- tary authorities that exact Service Council, Boy's Home As-
f monies will be furnished by the (Continued on'Page 5, Col ) (Continued on Page 5. Col 1)NAS )
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(r.rnyrr 581st Air Force Band, the offi- '
cial band of the Continental Air

Cpmmand, Chief Warrant Offi-

cer Nicholsa Azzolina,' Conductor.THE S .i..t yry%.

PROGRAM IS SLATEDto

Begin:) with the playing of the

Btar-Spangled Banner and the

If itrk presentation of colors at 1430.
Then the Honorabl Mayor of

is t,:r,+ ,Y o Jacksonville, Haydon Burns, will S'4 :..'...,.t.' '
make the introductions.Miss )
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Thelma Baler, vocalist, -\ ;'
will sign God Bless America, ac-

_ T K companied by the 581st Air Force
.i.
t Band.

fi i f The dedicatory address will be CC-UF EFFORTS GETS A BOOST-Naval Air Station
JAPANESE OFFICERS VISIT-CDR A. R. Wooldridge, as- given by the Honorable John E. Jacksonville's effort in the Navy>Duval Community Chest-
sistant Overhaul and Repair Officer explains various facts of Mathews, Jr., Senator-elect, Du- United Fund Drive was given a big boost in the right direction
work done on the T-58 turbo-shaft jet engine for an HSS-2 heli- val County, Florida. by the contribution of Captain James R. Compton, commanding
copter at O&R to two visiting Japanese Officers of the Japanese Officer. Here CAPT Compton (left) presents his check for
Maritime Security Defense Forces. CAPT Toshiharu Yakushijin Following the formal cere- $50 to LCDR G. S. Helton, one of the NAS Keymen. with NAS
(left) and CAPT Zenzo Kabashima (right), spent last Thursday Chairman LCDR J. W. Mitchell appreciatively smiling his ap
touring and inspecting facilities at the Station and at the Naval monies the 581st Air Force Band proval. Military and civilian personnel of 16 separate Navy
Air Technical Training Unit. Second from left is LTJG Toyofcl will present a concert and the activities in Jax totaling over 32.000, are participating in the
Shirahama, a student at Aviation Ordnance School at NATTU, campaign for the benefit of 43 agencies. The drive concludes
who acted as liaison for the, visitors. Auditorium will be opened to afl. Oct. 16. r

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Pag.1 lAX AIR NEWS
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! dR' Station Traffic Compassion Shown



Violation RecordThe FAW-H UnitsSomewhere

HAL JdcKwvtf1 By
CAPT J. t. CoMpton c.-1dIftg Officer following is a rePort of
CM Wails 1. Sckvb lx.cvttv Officer traffic violations for the pe- in the devastated ruins of. eart quake-

RADM JoMph M. CWMM ft** Air J ckMflvl1l. NAB 6NO __ Comnwnrfw riod September 1 through Sep- riddled Iran, there's a small parentless child seeking the

CAM vw..t Casey Chief of Stiff tember 8.NUMBER. warmth of shelter, the need for food, and the comfort ofcompanionship.

fW Air' Wing Eleven OF ACCIDENTSThis .

CN'T' GIlbert J. h.u.nhel.s ___Commander week (period Sep- WE'VE READ IN OUR NEWSPAPERS and magazinesof
_Chief Staff Office\
CART Andrew H. Cowwt
Newt Air Technical Training Unit tember 1-8) ......."....".---..... 6 the immediate need for aid to be sent this European

CAPT H.rteel D. Allen Commanding Officer Total accidents this week country and how our government agencies are rushing the

CDR Eugene P. Vrdry Executive Officer year through Sept. -------182 needs as quickly as possible.
Navel Hospital Number accidents through these f handle the help
that agencies to
CAM' J. U. tanner Commanding Officer It is not enough
CAPT Stephen H. ToWn. Executive\ Officer September 1961 ............... f85 the destruction area alone at least this seems to be the

Naval Air Reserve Training Unit NUMBER OF DAYS sentiments of the officers and enlisted men of Fleet Air

CAPT Ralph L Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer SINCE LAST INJURYIN Wing ll's staff and Patrol Squadrons Five, Seven, Sixteen.
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer
Printed commerkaHy with non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at MOTOR VEHICLE and
Me expenie to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 (Rev. July ACCIDENT .. .... .. .. .. 4 IMMEDIATELY AFTER IT WAS known that aid was

1959. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis needed Captain G. J. Frauenheim, Commodore of the Wing,

.Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing week (Sept. 1-8)) .... ... 32 his Commanders and to the

'I, Naval! Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S.. Naval Hospital. Speeding ..... .. ....,............. 13 drafted a letter to read Squadron
LCDR Ralph D. McClure Service Information Officer staff personnel, which :
....... ............ 3
Andrew H. Planey -,,. Assistant Service Information Officer Reckless driving "You all know the destitute state of the people of

Editor-Mat Spencer, JO; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JO1); Staff-Robert Going through stop sign .. 0 Iran. I feel that many of our people will want to help in

Dodds, SAg Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Other violations ....... 16 and blankets would be welcome
Member of North Flerlda Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International some way While clothing
Seventy drivers appeared

The Jax Councils Air News of Industrial Is a member l Editors.of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material before the Traffic Hearing '- -7.:1. :; : :' ": ;" I

appearing 'In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photo Board at the meeting held on L'11'T"I'TT
ffrepha' unless! otherwise credited, official U.S. Photographs. :: .
are Navy September 10, 1962. Disposi- :: 't ):U* '
Editorial offices. located In Room 230 Main' Administration Building. .Phone I tion of the cases included the ; ,' >':'
extensions 6164, 656, 272 or 216. \{;''::; : < ,
following: Nineteen lost drive t J; I
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aboard the station, 13 were as- t'" :. >\ ',*. "; : it!.,: fh L}.;+': !
Navy Exchange Outlines signed to complete an eight-

huor course in remedial driv-

ing instructions 25 got suspended -

Organization MissionEditor's penalties, 15 received

warnings, nine were dismissedand

( Note: This Is the Fourth in a series of articles in two were referred to com- ;s{:,:}::
the form of questions and answers outlining the organization of mandings officers for possible

the Navy Exchange. Many Navy people, servicemen, dependentsand disciplinary action. .
retired persons may have misconceptions regarding the CHILDREN AND TRAFFICThe

operations of the Navy Exchange, thus this information is pre- chief cause of accidental **
sented to answer some of the questions asked most frequently.) -
death among children is the ;. ;.;
QUESTION: What, is this out- the service provided by NSSO motor vehicle. Drive safely Pvf : fellM iS
fit in New York I've heard about '?
cost this Exchange? yourself and teach traffic pre- :. : :: \}:}''-:,;., :}.::{.} :<"*,'*> ::' iffiniftiiiilllii
called NSSO? What control doesit
ANSWER Three cents of cautions to your children.
: every {
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have over the Exchange? dollar spent at your Navy Exchange Drive on all city streets at _

ANSWER: The Navy Ship's goes to NSSO. Of this moderate speed. Watch care- L _

Store Office is under control of amount, two cents returns to the fully for children. Keep brakes Director Gross and Commodore Frauenheim
the Navy's bureau of Suppliesand and tires in condition to stop
Exchange in the freezers, store Financial Aid To IranI
Accounts. It is an organization quickly. Park off the street if
fixtures, gas pumps, laundry feel that immediate financial aid is most important."I .
run by Naval Officers. It possible a car parked at the
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washing machines barber chairs
,
would like the Commanders their
to
spells out policy and provides curb obscure the view of chil- Squadron appraise
etc. The remaining pepny cov- people of the situation and 'pass the hat' so that
central control for Navy Exchanges dren and be a contributingcause everyonecan
all
Commissaries ers administrative expensesat the ut- have an opportunity to give something. This collection
,. and of accident. Use
NSSO
Ship's Stores throughout the such a machine account- most care in backing and turn- should not interfere with the Community Chest Drive. Thisis
ing, insurance, procurement assistance an opportunity to show our compassion the Chest Driveis
world. The Navy Ship's Store ing. Instruct your children ,
legal advice and
Office provides: other services many never to play in the street. Ex- a chance to carry out our responsibilities."

-Specialists in merchandise which, if per- plain to them the need for The message was short concise and to the point
selection. formed locally, would cost the looking both ways before What was the affect? What was the response these men
Exchange considerably more brought forth?
-Specialists in store and serv- than NSSO starting across any street, car
of
cent sales.
one
ice operations. per track, or intersection, and always LAST FRIDAY, NAS JAX RED CROSS FIELD Director -
also finances
construction and
-Centralized machine i ac- re- to wait until the way is C. V. Gross was invited to Commodore Frauenheim'soffice
furbushment
counting. projects such as entirely clear before the chil- where the captain presented to him, on behalf of the
coin-operated laundries service
,
-Central admanistrative con- stations, enlisted men's clubs, dren, and help them to become $526.I squadron. and staff personnel, three checks amounting to
conscious.
trol. safety
cafeterias and retail stores. The
-Technical assistance on store loans obtained I Before !long now, the orPhaned child in Iran will find
are repaid by the
layouts and equipments. local Exchange. Civilian chain NATTU HonormenPFC the shelter he seeks, and the warmth of food. But probably

-Training for Exchange Of- store most important of all will be the knowledge he will gain
companies in the
general
D. C. Gibson, AE "A" knowing someone really cared
ficers and personnel. merchandise field, have central enough, and through this he

-Capital for buying merchan- organizations which cost at least School., 84.42 will find his companionship..

dise and equipment. two per cent of sales, twice that PFC J. D. Grinder, AO
Civil .
-Inspection and audit services. EmployeesHealth ploying offices prior to the October
'I of the administrative cost of the "A" School. 85.28
1 date. The booklets are
QUESTION: How much does Navy Ship's Store Office. H.A. Abshire, A02, AO Benefit
now being shpiped in bulk from
"B" School, 79.55PROTESTANT
the Government ,Printing Officeto
Changes AllowedThe
Federal agencies for further

DVINIfSERVICES\ / Civil Service Commission distribution to field establish

is reminding Federal employees ments.

; covered by the Federal Em- The booklet describes the

ployees Health Benefits program change that can be made'and also

health benefit plans can be made gives information about the

during the period of October 1
health benefits plans which are
Communion All
0830-Holy through 15, 1962.
Saints' Chapel0930Naval Changes permitted making changes in their benefitsor
Hospital Chapel are: rates or both. About a year

0930-Service of Divine Wor- Employees enrolled for self from now ((October 1963)) an open
only
may change to
a self-and- season will be held during wh'oheligible '
ship, All Saints' Chapel family enrollment but
they may will be permitted -
1100-Service of Divine Wor- not change employees
ship, All -Saints' Chapel Eligible employees plans or options. to make unlimited changesin
who have their including
CATHOLICSunday registration,
not been
enrolled
in
a plan under an-
the changing from one plan to
program at any time during other to another -
and front option
one
0630-Naval Chapel the
Hospital
period from May 1, 1962, to .
0900-1200-5t. Edwards Chapel September 30 ,1962, will be given

RETIREE HONORED-One-hundred-twcnly friends and Weekdays the opportunity to enroll. "How long -have you been

fellow employees attended a luncheon last Wednesday in the 0700-King Hall To assure that all eligible em- down here?" asked a new visitor%
Smith Room of the Civilian Cafeteria honoring Edward H. Built, ployees are aware of the possibility at
retiring Special Projects Assistant Overhaul and Repair Depart Saturday of making these an Arizona ranch.
ment. His long and varied career with the Government Included 0800-St. Edward's Chapel changes in limited "Five years," drawled the man
active military service in World War I and World War II and their registration, a lazily. "My doctor sent me down
Confessions beard from
booklet
approximately 20 years civilian service in the ObR Department.On are BRL 41.117) will be distributed here for arthritis and I'm goingto
right it CAPT R. H. Fagan O&R Officer. 1900-2000. to them by their "
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h., si LT Webb Selected



'Supply PersonalityA


Navy lieutenant, assigned as the Disposal Officer
and Assistant Program Management Branch Officer of the

Supply Department, has been named as the "Supply Per-
sonality of the Month" for August.He .
is LT Carl Webb, a native -

I.: ::..... .. North Carolinian from

::: "". .'...:..:'.' Shelby, and a graduate of the
University of North Carolina.
: Captain J. D. Sullivan, NAS

tr Supply Officer, said the lieuten--

:: .:....$t ant was selected as the August
personality on the basis of "his
:%:', contribution to the overall mis-

sion of the Supply Department,
and particularly with respect to
the outstanding job that he has
done as chairman of the task

group responsible for developing -

procedures and implementing -
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"NavStrip" for satellite

TO O&R COMPLIMENTS OF DOUGLAS-The new conference room at the Overhaul and auxiliary stores." .
Repair Department now has an attractive colorful oil painting of an warrior jet bomberto THE CAPTAIN WENT ON to
adorn its walls, thanks to the Douglas Aircraft Co. The specially prepare painting was pre say that the aggressiveness and LT C. WEBB
sented to O&R last Friday. (L. to R.) are Harry Anderson general supervisor of Douglas' cus
tomer and field service who made the presentation CAPT R. H. Fagan, O&R Officer who ac judgment that LT Webb dis-
cepted the painting Dan Whiddon shops group superintendent Nick Pulignano superintendentof played in developing new pro- Grumman built "Cougar" jet
the design and development division and G. B. Kennington local representative for the Douglas cedures in the coordination of aircraft as a token of his ac-
firm. The A3D is one of the aircraft which undergoes progressive aircraft rework at O&R. Supply Department operationswith complishment.

satellite activities have
been outstanding examples of I
MDBS NOTICE
\ NFO MovesTo superior performance.LT .
a. kb k2'eIVi'PI
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Webb began his Navy Employees Mutual Death
N career in June 1955, serving Benefit Society Notice 192 and
New SpacesThe I until August 1959 when he was 193 is issued to advised mem-
released to inactive duty. lIe bers of the death of two of

began his second tour of dutyin its members.As .
\ Navy Finance Office is June 1960, and thus far has a result of payments by
< < t now open for business in their served aboard the USS Canis- the Society, members will now

new location in the Southwest teo, with FasRon-6, at the Nav- be assessed $2.20 which is now
corner of Building 110 on the al Air Station Keflavik, Ice- due and payable. The ten-day
1LE&Ek first deck. land, and once before here at notice of assessment began on
September 5 and will end Sep-
NAS Jax.CAPT .
E According to LT B. A. Buscher,
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tember 18.Members.
Officer-in-Charge, the hours of Sullivan personally
are reminded that
operation will remain the same- congratulated LT Webb on his
cash payments will not be ac-
0730-1600. selection and presented him
k\ Several telephone numbers with a model of the F9F-8-T I cepted.
1
have been changed and some
added

Here is a complete list of the

ry current numbers:
a
LOCATION NUMBER
Officer-in-Charge 518/494
Assistant Officer-in-Charge 518/494
Senior Fine) Accountant 518/494
CHECKING A PAY RECORD-Louise Demon, DK3 checks Administrative Diviiion 518/494
over an officer's pay record at the Navy Finance Office while 'ublic Voucher Diviiion 244
CAPT Franklin W. Hynson, Deputy Assistant Comptroller of Fiscal Division 8359
the Navy for Field Activities (left) and LT B. A. Buscher NFO BOND 8359
Officer.in-Charge look on. The NFO moved to new spaces in Military Pay Division 8244
the southwest corner of the Building 110 on the first deck, on Officer & Separation Branch 8244
Tuesday. September 4. Hours for business remain 07301600. Marines 8482
Drill Pay andTraining

NRS Official Sends Thanks Naval Air Station Duty 8482
Accounts 8406

(Editor's note:- -The following great and lasting contributionto NATTU Discipline Accounts 8406 8406 arrMroyV ; ; : I .:;

Relief and through the .. )
letter was sent to the Presidentsof Navy Squadrons io A:vifY:.a.'aAk}: :.............. :<+;. ... ..........::a:.,. ..kf.+'' {!NA<:
all Navy Relief Auxiliaries Society, our Naval and Marine Fleet/Shore Units 365 AHHIVEDERCI-VAP-62 Detachment Nineteen and Air
from the Executive Vice Presi families everywhere. I am especially All hands are encouraged to Force personnel of the 7227th Air Support Group bid one another
dent of the Navy Relief Society.) grateful to our Navy visit the Navy Finance Officer "goodbye" at Aviano Air Force Base, Italy, upon com-
On September 1, 1962, Vice and Marine wives who are bath whenever they have a question pletion of DET No 19' one month stay at that base. Cutting
concerning their records or the wairwell cake was CAPT D. F. Gardner USAF LT E. J.
Admiral H. B. Jarrett, USN the inspiration and the backboneof pay Jacobs (right front), looks on. (L. to R.) are R. E. Morris AOl;
(Ret.) will relieve me as Ex- the organization. If there is matters in general, LT Buscher C. A. Ivy, ADJ1; LT/1 R. A. Kelly. USAF SSGT J. O. Jepson;
1 tecutive Vice President of the a finer group of people in the said. R. A. Jones ADJC; McCauley, AEC and Ross. PH3.

Navy Relief Society. Admiral I world, I have not yet encounteredthem. ,
:'tf y4
Jarrett, who has been my As- Y: Y/.l'r 4fr; :; 'y Yw OOOhjAU nfdYy'
sistant the past several years, "I am sure that I do not needto (( lF4x7i :K;::} ::;r {!:yytSyfsssSr Y : % j; a '
will be succeeded by Rear Ad- ask for the continued. -
miral Raymond P. Hunter, USN operation of all our people with
(Ret.). Admiral Jarrett and Admiral
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE Hunter. I am confident that it

this occasion to express my sin- will be readily forthcoming and
cere thanks to the personnel of that the work of the Society
the Auxiliaries and Branchesof will go forward under their
the Society for their fine guidance. It is a truly worth-
cooperation and support duringthe while and rewarding undertakingthat
sixteen years of my tenureas will continue to progress
Executive Vice President. As toward greater and greater ac-

is well known, it is the Auxiliaries complishment."I .
which carry on the propor- will always remember my
association with so many fine yi'S / : ? .. :. Y. :
tion of the work of the Societyand ? },
it is through them and their people and am truly gratefulfor i44 rr,, +',r1i y,fun,% ,%;!df/f Yy i / f ?'
the opportunity of working yi.e; % N y f r yrr.'d JJ.. r Y/?. {;. rsy.
staffs that our help to our peo- '
ple is made effective. It is a I with them. My interest in the : :/ '' < ifSe r."y's d
and what it stands for
Society
to appreciation -
pleasure express my will never wane." O&R CONTRIBUTION-Havis B. York ((1.11)), a veteran of 17 years service in the O&R
to all hands-Naval per- Avionics Section as an instrument repairman, and Mrs. York attended the swearing-in ceremony
sonnel, employed staffs and vol- /sV.. R. Murphy of their son at the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment. The younger York was administered
unteer wives alike-for their Vice Admiral, USN (Ret.) the oath of enlistment by COL Frank R. Porter Jr. (right), MARTD commanding officer.




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T Trr Marines, AF679th




IM Pigskin VictorsThe



: 1962 NAS Jax IM Touch Football opening games

found the Navy teams brushing off a couple losses whereasthe

Air Force arid Marine teams chaulked up Leagueleading

victories.In .
their traditional red and

gold uniforms, the Marines of champs, retained their winning

Marine Barracks, last year's IM spirit behind the bullseyehitting -
passing arm of quarterbackBob

Bailey, as they downed
Tuesday BoxingIn
VP-30, 18-0, on the Stadium

gridiron to be the first winnerin

Jax ColiseumProfessional this year's National League

play.

THE AIR FORCE SQUADOF
At boxing has arrivedin AF679TH took command of
r Jacksonville with top fighters
the Parade Ground field as they
going into the ring at the City's
slipped past VP-7, 6-0, on a 30

4 '". Z xy' 3f Coliseum every Tuesday nightat yard pass from blocking back
: { i> : :
:>{ '4 4 2000. Silas Miller to left end Stan
;
Tickets are available through Whorley. James Ring called the.

NAS Special Services, Bldg. 704, Airmen's plays. .
Leatherneck Drive For One Of Three -
with general admission going for The Marines looked perhaps

Last Year Champs Take Lead 50 cents, box seats, $1, and ring- stronger than even last year as

AF679th over VP-7 side, $1.50. their blocking and pass-catching

performances were impressive.

T. B. Taylor, halfback, scored
IM 10-Pin Tallies
the first Corps TD on a pass.

JAX AIR The second six was scored by

SPORTSBegin right end Steve Kollar followedby
Reveal New LeadersAll
the wrap up tally by Tom

Tompkins, left end. All three
three of the IM Bowling League leaders droppedto goals were accomplishedthrough
second place in the fourth week of kegling at the Main- ---- -- 'Bailey's passing.

side bowling alley last week.
.
Fall The next Marine game will
-TheC fidentials-of-F AETUare TeamsTo
the American games to drop them into sec- Volleyball be against Supply when they
now leading ond place. i meet September 18 on the Parade -
League after defeating the Play Clinic '
I Grounds. AF679th will
Marine "B" team, four to Other top kegling performances Organize Wed. I i go
afternoon
against A/C Maint the same -
nothing. The new leaders have have been exhibited by
GolfersIt at the Stadium. Both
run their winning streak to Joe Linn of the Sky Warriors Lady
Volleyball will soon get off the contests will get underway at
twelve straight who so far holds the high
games.IN I ground here at NAS with the was full skirts and high 1600, set time for all games.
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE single game this season with I first organizational meeting heels that met NAS Golf Pro Joe
of NFO took 252, and the Hornets team of Following is the second
the a MacDonald last Friday morningas
Paymasters slated for Wednesday September
week's schedule with (A) de-
VA-44 the
one-half game lead over the presently holding 19 at 0930. nearly 30 members of the Of-
noting American League play
Mix Masters of O&R. IncIdently, thigh set mark of 2610. ficers Wives Golf Association
All interested commands and and (N) for National:
Lynn Durant of the Paymasters Following are the win-loss gathered at the course to begin
units are invited to send a rep- DATE LOCATION
leads the overall indivi- 1962-1963
their
records of each team: new season. Sept. 17
resentative to the gathering in
dual 3-game high-set series The ladies didn't pickup their (N) Admin vi VAP-62 .__"Stadium
honors with a tally of 615. AMERICAN LEAGUE the Athletic Office, at the Main- irons but rather observed Joeas (IA) VP-5 vi VP-18 ...........Parade Grdi.
Team Wins lows side gym. Sept. II
By winning a four-game Confidential 14 2 he went through the rudi- (A) Supply vi Marines ...............StadiumN
series, the Live Wires of VAP62 Marlins 7 1 Hopes are that at least 20 teams ments of chipping, driving and ( ) A/C Maint vi AF679th Parade Grdi.

now lead the National Ten Pins 3 1 will be listed on the season's putting. This clinic will be con- Sep'19

League after the Sky Raiders Dispensary 11 5 roster. Deadline for submittingteam ducted for the association's bene- (N) FAETU vi VA-176 ___-Stadium
Electron 7 5 rosters is set for September (A) VA-44 VI MARTD ....Parade Grdi.
of VA-35 lost three out of four fit twice weekly (on Tuesdaysand
Seabees 9 7 28. The first serves will begin Sept. 20
Thursdays) through Sep-
Flying Phantoms 9 7 (A) VMS vi Hospital _._Staidum
October 1.
tember 28.
Mad Foxes 8 8

PutteringAround Sky Warriors 6 6 ..'"
Play Boys 4 6
""
VP.7 5 7 ...,....':.
Marines "B" 6 10
COMess 6 10 r

A/C M.lnt. "A" 6 10 *i }
Keglers 5 11 ;
Chiefs A 12 %:k LjI t .
Two more weekends of duff- .".
.
Guardians 2 14 5r ::: ':'
ing practice are all that remainfor c v-
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
the members of the NAS Golf 1 ':";'

Course as time draws near for Paymasters 12.4 t__ p
I Mix Masters 11a AJhCoug.r.
the Fall Cup Tournament, sched- .
11 5 x
pled to be held here on the ComFelrJax 10Jh sJh

weekend of September 28-29. Ham Hocks 10 6

Green fee for the 36-hole, full Hornets 10 6
Spartans 8 Jh 7Jh :
handicap, Medal Play tourneyhas Owl Hoots 8 8

been set at $2. Boat Branch "B" A 4

Match is of Pin Benders 2 2 +
The Fall Cup one # J%
Neptunes 7 9 a J .,,
eight annual tournaments regu- Fire Balls 7 9 r

larly conducted online NAS Golf Curolrl 4 Jh 7 JhAlC

Course. M.lnt "B" A 8 ,ins
Griffins 5 11
Untouchables 3 13
Time's running short for those Road Runners 2 10

seven commands who have .not NATIONAL

yet submitted their IM Golf
Live Wires 9 3
Team rosters to the Athletic Of-
Sky Raiders 11 5
fice. Deadline for entries isw to- VU.10 11 S Z? !: {

morrow, September 14. Bandits .11 S
Boat Branch "A" 8 4
The season will get underway
Stingers 10 6
on September 24 with American Hack Drivers 10 6

I' and National League squads Panthers 8 8
established. Avions 8 8
Hospital 8 8
Those ready for their starting NARTU 8 8

times are: ComFairJax, The Grif- Skllter Beaters 6 6

fins of FAW-11, VA-176, Marines, Marines "A" 6 10 CLINIC POINTERS-NAS Golf Pro Joe MacDonald

O&R, VP-5, VA-44, NARTU, VP- The Strikes A 8 to some 30 members of the Officers Wires Golf Association whenthetadST meet proper last chIpping week for form the
Bee&ee Stackers .5 11 opening of a three-week golf clinic and their golfing season.
Following Joe'
"A" "B" instructions
30, Hospital Hospital the
Scope Dopes 3 13 women golfers held brief business
a meeting at the "O" Clubr First regular play began
and VAP-62. Pan Handlers 2 14 Tuesday. on



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September 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Palo I




I'F r What Will The Weather Be ? I.



... By RUTHANN ROBERTS. SA

Want to, know what the weather will be for today or tomorrow? If so, you may dial

Ext. 555 and get the latest recorded forecast or if you are at one of the 18 outlets of the

Weathervision systems located at NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field or NS Mayport you may,
have a front seat at the two weather
briefings conducted each day over this closed
circuit TV system. Pilots planning flights may visit the weather station in Building 118

for a detailed briefing of what they can except to find along their route. Forecasts contain 1
;
information on the wind, temperature. humiditv. and thunderstorm warnfn1s. ; ,\ $ g
The information necessaryto

conduct these briefings is teletype. The Naval Weather Upper Air Soundings are plot-

gathered from local observations Service office here operates ted and analyzed twice daily to

and transmitted to other eight teletypes and two fac- help the forecaster better understand .

stations via radio, facsimile and simile machines to gather this the weather situationand

data from the North American make his predictions. LT

Asst. SeDef. Continent, Caribbean area and Walter G. Cronise, Assistant

(Continued from Page 1)) the Northern part of South Am- Metro Officer emphasizes that

ture of the project and any pos- erica and of a lesser degree this information is available ona

sible implications of their par- from the entire hemisphere.Some 24-hour-a-day basis.

ticipation. time this fall a wea- To carry out this mission

WITH RESPECT TO PROJ- ther radar is expected to be LCDR W. L. Parks, NAS Jax,
ECTS in operational here. This instru-
which
the
military serv- and Commander Fleet. Air Jax
ices or units thereof are asked ment will help to detect thun-
derstorms and show their Officer has some twenty Aero-
by the sponsor to cooperate by move-
furnishing data, the Departmentof ments. I grapher's mates assigned to the

Defense is Surface Weather Charts and Metro Division to assist him.
policy that such co- ____ _.u..u.u___ __ d_ __

coperation lowing limitations is subject: to the fol- Er' IEz1jj; 1 1s TRUE GRAPHS-Top( photo

1. Available manpower and 'x. ) LCDR William L. Parks,

funds for the purpose. Meteorology Officer, checks

2. Propriety of releasing the over a true graph on a record-

information requested (security, ing instrument. The true graph

invasion of privacy, restrictionson records the temperature, humidity '

release of medical records, s and visibility in milesat

etc.). 4. }7y K r Ay the present time. In photoon

3. Direct value to military S S f.. 5... left LT W. G. Cronise.

services.In (right). Meteorology Forecaster -

the case of surveys which briefs pilot LCDR J. F. Sen-

might elicit replices based on erling (left), on weather con-

classified or otherwise restricted 2 ditions for his flight to Nassau.

information or n which the replies -- All pilots are briefed before

in collected form might leaving on a flight to different

compromise such information, the FT:; parts of the country. New fore- .
military departments shall refuseto casts are received at the weather -

furnish any data or to coop- station every hour by tele-

erate in any way. A decision by type.

the military department con-

cerned that such data should not

be furnished will be conclusive.

Further referral to the Office of
WEATHERVISION- (Right)
the Assistance Secretary of De- -
W. H. Bogges. AGCS is broad-
fense (Manpower) is necessary in 1J __
casting the weather to all the :
such cases only when it appears lty.y
closed circuit TV's which are
that a request for similar infor- ivy
located here NAS Cecil Field
mation be directed to other
may ,
and NS Ma y p o r t, over a
military departments or their
weathervision camera. Fore-
personnel. Where in-
a survey
casts are made twice daily.
volves a subject area that mightbe
Chief Bogges gives weather
considered by some other com- clearance to pilots at Mayportand 4-
ponent of the of De-
Department f kt, Cecil Field through the
fense to be classified
or otherwise
night. In photo on left Lorie :
restricted, referral to the Assist-
AG3, surface
Mayer plots a a:
ant Secretary of Defense (Man- irYfyr: : yK chart. They are plotted twice ..

power) should be routed through daily and it takes about one

that component. one-half hours to plot one.
PROJECTS PURPORTING to I
; .
be carried out under contract toa ; > "
governmental agency other Red Cross Seeking CeramistsExplain

than the military department con- Gray Lady TraineesThe
cerned will be referred to the
American Red Cross at the NewFinishings
Office of the Assistant Secretaryof
Naval Hospital announces that
Defense (Manpower) for con-
plans are under way for a Gray
firmation as necessary.All .
Lady training class. A meetingof
other will be
requests referred -
unit chairmen was held on
through normal channelsto _
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September 13 to arrange for the
the Office of the Assistan Secretary Eager to bring to NAS Jax the
class to be held the first weekin
of Defense (Manpower) October. finest in creative ceramic arts, : ;

with a recommendation of the the Station Hobby Shop Ceramic
interested asked to
Persons
are
military department concerned as Department will host various lent results are obtained in additional
call the Hospital Red Cross, EV HurricaneContinued
to the extent of the assistance demonstrations in the use of new experiments, little ques-
considered appropriate to renderin 7-1621, Ext. 211 or EX 8-2834. ceramichrome "Thunderbird" ( from Page 1)) tion will remain that this approach -
A class for Staff Aides is also
the case. This policy is directedto glazes, and Flo-Paque stains on can be effective in reducing -
ice.A
for October.For
the type of surveys described tentatively planned Sunday, September 16. careful 1 evaluation of I the destructive fury of
information this
herein and is not intended to further on Conducting the demonstrations, changes in wind, temperature, the storm.
class call the NAS Red Cross
apply to the normal historical EV 9-7711 Ext. 552. which began at 1300, will be and pressure patterns in the During the next three years,
research activities of the military Office, Joseph and Cecile Satnaan of I sector of the storm where the it is expected that other ex-

services. Scouts, Goodwill Industries, Jew- the "Dolphin Art Ceramics" in experiment was conducted in- periments will be attempted by

ish Welfare and Children's Serv- Daytona Beach, Fla. I dicatod that there was a dif- project Stormfury which will

CC-UF DriveContinued ices, Legal Aid Association, Men- According to Mrs. Edna Lo- fusion of energy' outward from attempt to create instabilities in
tal Health Association, Multiple the storm center which resultedin the hurricane and cause it to
( from Page 1))
rentsen, ceramist in charge of the
sociation, Brewster Hospital i Sclerosis Society, Pine Castle Day a momentary reduction in work against itself to reduce

Camp Fire Girls, Catholic Chari- School, Pine Castle Workshop, NAS shop, the Samaans will the maximum winds. peak intensity.

ties, Child Guidance Clinic, Chil- Salvation Army, Salvation Army have several ceramic exampleson Such changes frequently oc-
JapaneseContinued
dren's Home Society, Children's Emergency Home for Women, display. Also, persons attend cur naturally in hurricanes and
conclusions cannot be reachedon ( from Page 1))
Museum, Clara White Mission, Salvation Army Red Shield ing the demonstrations will havean
Old Folks Home, Community Lodge, Salvation Army Senior the basis ol 'a single experi- early Friday morning with CAPT
look
to the
Planning Board, Daniel Memorial Center, Travelers Aid Society, opportunity over ment. However, the results followed Yakushijin headed for San Diego
near 500 molds presently used by the to and CAPT Kabashima for Key
Home, Day Nursery Association, USO, Visiting Nurse Association; predicted pattern
Family Consulation Service, Girl YMCA and YWCA. the department. such a degree that, if equiva- West.





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Navy Wives Club #86 helda
notified meeting on Wednes- A rather unique little shop Between repairing a steady

day September 5 at the Dewey here on the Station is the NavyExchange's flow of watches, the foursome

Park Clubhouse. Carol Bren- Personal Services laminate cards and pictures,

nan was elected and installedas and Watch Repair Shop locatedon make engravings on all types of
the main floor of Building 1. metal steel and brass
Chaplain to replace Barbara including ,
'Driscoll who was transferred to As would be expected, watchesare and will gladly take your special
Sanford. : expertly repaired at a 20 per order for Christmas cards.

cent savings, however, the em-
Nancy Wernet and FOR THAT CITY BUS RIDEto
Kraus will Margaret ployees of the Watch Repair school all military dependentscan
represent the Clubat
Shop do much more than keep
the purchase tickets at the shop
National
Convention
at with Father Time. In fact,
11 pace
for four
Seattle in October. I cents apiece.
the association in performingtheir
The I The 'convenience of Western
assembly
voted to send
$100 to the other responsibilities could Service is valuable,to the sailor
Cystic Fibrosis
be compared with a small-lime
who finds need for wiring homeor
Fund also a
$100 to the National
center.
shopping
Scholarship maybe send Mom some birth-
Fund. The
Club main ..y DURING THE COURSE OF day flowers or perhaps some
for .
project the
month .
will ;
be to pack 3000 ...:; .fA ONE DAY, watchmakers W. A. Florida fruit. That's right, the
Marchers .
Kits .
for the Muscular Dystrophy As- ....w; :."':'>>Y''' Roberts and Nagel Haddock, together shop handles it business and
sociation. FIXIN' IT UP-Nagel Haddock, watch repairman at the with Miss Fay Sissions social cards, too. I

Lois Personal Services and Watch Repair Shop in Bldg. 3, repairsa and Shop manager Tony Solary Last of the services, but one
Wolf was appointed watch. This Is just one of the many services offered at the of great importance to the serviceman -
Points Chairman and June Sei- shop. get quite a work-out.
with dependents is the
gel accepted Master-at-Arms.
placement of articles either
Hostesses for the evening wanted or for sale or rent on the
were Helen 0' Club Events
Rhodes. Gastiger and Doris large bulleti nboard just inside

the Bldg. 3 entranceway to the

Friday September 14 shop.
Jax Tech HS Happy Hour-1530-1800. Business hours are from 0800

Walnut Room-345th Surgical to 1630 weekdays, and on S tur-

Offering Several Hospital Officers Cocktail Party. days from 0900 to 1200.If .

1900. it's service that's wanted .

Night CoursesThe Anchor Room-Dancing-Kay visit the Personal Services and

Technical High School of Ryan Trio 2000-2400.

Jacksonville has announced the Oriental Room-FAETULANT

schedule of Fall classes for the Dinner 1930.Saturday.

evening division. ; September 15

There are two fields of subjects Walnut Room-ROA Luncheon FffJ

available for the night student. 1230.

One is the business education Oriental Room-VA-35 Cock-

course and the other the trade tail-Dinner Party 1830. ti""'''''''"n..nnn.. '
course. DAD RUNS OUT OF RECRUITS-LTJG Joseph W. Welsh
Walnut Room-Naval Aviators (right), NATTU "AE" School Administrative Officer enlists his
THERE ARE SOME 15 business Assn. Cocktail Party 1900. youngest and last ton Vick Rodney, age 18 in the Navy at a Movies will be shown regularly -

courses offered including I Anchor Room-Daning-Johnny brief ceremony that took place at the Jacksonville Navy Recruiting at 1900 on Monday through
typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, Jelinek 2030-2400. Station on August 28. LTJG Welsh who was pictured in the Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on
calculator JaX' Air News last July enlisting his oldest son; Joseph Leo age
comptometer, and Sunday, September 16 19 promptly informed the Recruiting Station that he had no Sunday at the Mainside and
I.B.M. key punch. Branch 1115-1345. I more sons to recruit. An Honorary Recruiter Card was then NATTU theaters and at 1900 onlyon

There is a fee of $2.00 monthly Family Buffet 1800-2100. issued to LTJG Welsh by CDR B. W. BUss Officer-in-Charge of- Sunday at the Hospital The-

for all the courses with the ex- Dancing-DOE RAY ME TRIOin the Jacksonville Recruiting Station entitling LTJG Welsh to re- ater. These times are subject to
cruit from other sources than the family household.
ception of the
I.B.M. key punch Cocktail Lounge 1900-2300. change.

which is $10.TRADE Monday September 17
COURSES INCLUDEauto Luncheon-1115-1345. AEW Officer Tells Role Thursday September 13

tune-up, cabinet making, Dinner-1800-2100. Mainside-Seven Ways From

commercial art, hair i styling, Happy Hour1430.1800.Games Of Hurricane HuntersCommander Sundown.
diesel mechanics, drafting, elec- Nite-2030. NATTUnit-Battleground.

tronic fundamentals, estimating Tuesday September 18 Russell E. Blalock Executive Officer of the Hospital-Undersea Girl.
,
blueprint, machine shop, prac- Walnut Room-A11 Wives i Friday, September 14
Hurricane Hunters Airborne -
Navy's ( Early Warning Squadron
tical
nursing, refrigeration Mainside-Horizontal Lieutenant.
and Bridge 1230. -
I i Four) told the viewers of WJCT-TV in Jacksonvillethis
air-conditioning, small gas en- Happy Hour15301800.St .
week that more than three fourths of all deaths causedin
gines, television, and four weld- Johns Room-D u p 11 cat e NATTUnit-Seven Ways From
ing tropical storms were due to the sudden inudations and
courses. These courses rangein Bridge 2000.Wednesday. Sundown.
not the actual wind of the storm.
price from
$2.00 to $7.50. September 19 Hospital-Battleground.
The Commander and Flight
Most classes are held from 1900 Oriental Room-NARTU Offi- Meteorological Officer Lieutenant property damage caused by hur- Saturday September 15
-
to 2000, two nights a week at cers Wives Luncheon 1215. Gene Przekurat appeared ricanes in the United States, 400 Mainside-Safe At Home.NATTUnitlIorizontal .
on
Technical High School, 129 King Pool Patio-Family Buffet, the Educational TV station in people lost their lives. Today, ..ieue -

Street. Steak Cookout 1800-2300. with the Hunters on the job, th tenant.
Jacksonville, Channel 7, last
Further information on these Happy Hour-J530-1800. loss of lives has been reduced' Hospital-Seven Ways From
Tuesday night. Host of the half-
courses may be obtained by call- Cocktail Lounge Dancing- about 99%, said the Commander.I Sundown.
hour program was Fred Fischer,
ing the CI&E Center, Ext. 8556, DO RAY ME TRIO 1900-2300. who is said to be known throughout Fischer asked the Commander, Sunday, September 16

or Ext. 618 or the Technical High Thursday. September 20 the United States' for his how dangerous this type of fly- Mainside-Rear Window.

School at EV 8-8551 after 1500. Oriental Room-VP-7 Officers work in the fields of education. ing is, and was amazed to learn NATTUnit-Safe At Home.

Your bank sells shares of free- Wives. Cocktail-Luncheon 1200. BEFORE THE NAVY'S HURRICANE that in over 19 years of flying Hospital-Horizontal Lieuten-

dom. Ask for them under the Happy Hour-1530-1800. HUNTERS were formedas into hurricanes, the Navy has ant.

name of United States Savings Cocktail Lounge-Dancing- part of the Joint Hurricane only lost one aircraft, that be- Monday September 17
in 1955's Hurricane Janet.
Bonds. They are good for you- DOE RAY ME TRIO 1900-2300. Warning Center in 1943, for ev- ing Mainside-The? Pigeon That
CDR Blalock said he felt the
good for America Dance Class-2030. ery ten million dollars worth ofHONORED Took Rome.
i reasons for this fine safety record
NATTUnit-Rear Window.
are the time-tested proce- Hospital-Safe At Home.
dures of into hurricanes
flying Tuesday September 18
the highly trained flight crew
.. Mainside-Something Wild.
s perosnnel, and the high feelingof
NATTUnit-The Pigeon That
morale and accomplishment
Took Rome. '
enjoyed by each and every main I,
Hospital-Rear Window.
the squadron. "I believe,"
Wednesday September 19
said the Commander, "that due
r o tp these facts our type of flyingis Mainside-Centurion.

} no more dangerous than any NATTUnit-Something Wild.
I other." Hospital-The Pigeon That
Took Rome.
LT Przekurat showed the '

viewers the working of a radio- First Dad: So your 'son is in

sonda. This is the instrumentthat high school. What is he?

is dropped from the heart of Second Dad: A halfback.

GUESTS-Visiting Japanese Officers of the Japanese Martime Security Defense the aircraft into the eye of hur- First Dad: Oh, that's football.
Force were hosted at a luncheon at the Officer's Club when they visited here last Thursday. (L. ricanes
by parachute to collect I meant in'studies.
to R.) CAPT Zenzo Kabashima CAPT H.D. Allen NATTUnit CO LTJG Toyoki Shlraham. a student
at NATTUnit AO School CAPT Toshiharu Yakushijin and CAPT James R. Compton. NAS valuable weather information, Second Dad. : In studies he's a
CO. I by means of Morse code. wayback.