Jax air news
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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: October 4, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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i NATTU Honormen ___ p A INSIDE -fr

I PFC G. J. Kruse, AE "A" Libert vs.Communism. Page 2

School, 92.43. J1I S O&R Awards Pager

R.Payne, AE2, AE "B" Sports Page 4

School, 80.48. + Early Day Aviator Page 5
IRD's Dorman Page 6
S. Shifferd, AOAA, AO
NSLI Policies Page 7
"A" School 85.22.
'Blue Angels Page 8
Vol. 20 No. 30 u.s. HAS Jacksonville Fla. 4 October, 1962

FA W-II Units Commissary To Reduce

Assist In

'i, <.".' ,..;..' Items Offered For SaleAll

: :JiJ.:,., Man ShotF
Navy Commissary Stores have recently been directed -
l"ti' squadron detach- to reduce drastically the number of items offeredfor

\ ments of FAW-11 here at resale. This has been made necessary by continually increasing -
,' NAS Jax were on station sales in Commissary Stores without a commen-

down range and across the surate increase in assigned store employees( either militaryor
Atlantic yesterday as part of civilian. In the Jacksonville area, sales have increased

the Mercury recovery team nearly sixty per cent in the past two years, nearly twenty
which, took part in our per cent in the past year.
nation's fifth man into space .Com-
To avoid closing
shot. Exchange location store west of
missary Stores and at the same
the Commissary Store parkinglot
They were VP-18 and VP7at
ONE WAY TO PUT OUT A FIRE is demonstrated by an time continue to provide accept- and in the Country Store,
NAS fireman. This mattress fire is being extinguished with Roosevelt Roads, P.R., and able standards of service, Wash- Building 954. I
the use of a regulation Nary type blanket-and effectively. VP-5 at Kindley Air Force ington authorities decided that
Burning trash cans can also be extinguished by the smothering Base, Bermuda, and at Patrick workloads in Commissary Stores THE REDUCTION IN THE
method with newspapers or cardboard as can burning grease AFB near Cape Canaveral. NUMBER of food items in the
pans. The NAS Fire Department has personnel available to could be ,reduced by transferring Commissary Store will mean
give these demonstrations and others on fires and fire preven- ASTRONAUT LIEUTENANT certain non-food items to Navy that some less popular brands
tion.! You furnish the time and they'll furnish an educationin COMMANDER Wall y Schirra Exchanges and by directing a
will from the shelves.
quick) effective fire extinguishing methods, utilizing all types climbed into his. Sigma 7 capsule substantial reduction in the disappear
of \extinguishers\ as well as other "on hand" material. Slow selling items will be dis-
atop a towering Atlas rocket number of food items offered continued. Where two or more
early yesterday morning and was for sale in Commissary Stores. brands are cairied, duplication
Fire Prevention Week hurled into his six-orbit flight, a At present, Commissary Stores bit een thee: brands will be

U, S. first.Heading. ale permitted to carry almost eliminated. For example, Nabisco -
the detachments of 2000 items for sale. ,This num- and KeHoggs Shredded
Set ]For October 713Once P2V Neptunes as the Commander ber must be reduced to less than Wheat are now carried; one of

of the Cape Canaveral Area 1500. these will be diopped. Also, the
again it is that time of year when the eyes of Air Search Unit, is Commander THE NONFOOD ITEMS be- number of can shea will be re-

our nation should open wide and start searching more Robers L. Huber, Commanding ing transferred to the Navy duced. For example, Monarch
carefully for those causes which create hundreds upon Officer of VP-5. Exchanges in the Jacksonvillearea peas and cal rets are now carried -

thousands of needless fires. THE PATROL SQUADRONS are: cleaning compoundsbowl in an 8V4 ounce can and a

Beginning Monday, October 7, rubbish-children playing with represented part of an Atlantic ( drain, oven and paint one pound ran; the 8ounce
through Sunday, Oct. 14, NAS surface cleansers, S pic i and size will be
matches smoking while in Fleet back-up team in the event can dropped.
Jax will observe Fire Prevention Span) window cleaners (Windex Exchange patrons notice
bed. Each one carelessness.The the planned re-entry area in the ; may
Week.. solution of warding off Pacific landing of Schirra's space ) ; scouring pads (Brillo- that some of the items carry a
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK these careless actions is nothing capsule, prove to be unfavor- SOS) ; all piper products, except slightly higher price. This is attributed -
has been observed during the kitchen towels and toilet to the fact that the
(Continued on Page 3, Co., 5)) able.
second full week in October since tissue; and all bar soaps. Navy Exchange is not supportedby

President Harding made it a These items have been identi- Congressional appropriationsand
Presidential Proclamation in 1910. Big Push Needed In fied throughout the store by the according'y' must pay all of
This week commemorates the sign "Navy Exchange" inserted the costs of operations (except'
Great Chicago Fire of 1871. in the price moulding in front lent) and rdditionally, make a
Fire never takes a day off or Chest-United DriveIf of the shelf on which the item small profit to support Com-
a holiday; it has no respect for is located. It is anticipated that manding Officer! and BuPers
race or creed. Therefore, this Navy military and civilian personnel hope to equal the transfer of these items will Welfare and Recreation Pro-
week should serve the public last year's fine contribution of $118,800 to the Comunity be completed by October 15. grams. Furthermore. some price
only as a reminder of what Chest-United Fund, they must get up a "full head of They will then be available for changes, will reflect normal
should be practiced each day of steam", with only a little over a week remaining in the patron's conveniences in the I I (Continued on Page 7, Col. 3))
the year. current camoaien.
the top. The only major activities Third
KEEPER in places like the bar- go to meet last year's effort VR-742
i the of Tues-
I over top as
racks, hangers, O&R shops and and it looks like we are going
of this week NAS Ce-
supply building, to mention a i 'to have to hustle in these last day were
few, is the best means toward I days of the drive.", one officialof cil Field and Marine Air Reserve CNO Safety AwardFor

preventing fires.Onthesurface. i. the Navy-Duval Drive an- Training Detachment. Oneor

housecleaning nounced. "We should not assumea two others are near being the third consecutive year VR-742 of the Naval

isn't always the answer, how- 'Let George Do It" attitude over the top and probably will Air Reserve Training Unit, Jacksonville, has won the
ever. The interior of a shop may in this worthwhile campaign.The Award.
make it this v-eek Chief of Naval Operation's Safety
appear clean and well kept, but obligation belongs to each Accepting the award for the officers -

in those critical areas, such as person individually and he v__?_..__. '" ....,..,.,_,.._ and enlisted members of
out-of-the-way, unnoticed, and should never be hounded into his squadron who logged over
often neglected locations, is donation. A good citizen knows JJjffjiit.r 1300 flying hours in only threeR5D's

where a fire can begin breeding. what his responsibilities are 7 without even a minor mishap
Machine and elevator and he meets them", he contin- y-
pits, proc- to mar a perfect three-year
ess enclosures, under enclosed ued. record was Commander Philip W.
stairwells, and interiors of hoods Keymen are being urged to Smith, Jr., Commanding Officerof
fans, ducts and collectors are a continue their personal contacts VR742. Rear Admiral JosephM.
few of the locations worthy of with all hands to remind themof Carson, Commander Fleet Air
checking. the short time remaining for Jacksonville and Naval Air Bases

During the past year, the their contributions. The arrange- 6ND, made the presentation.
NAS Fire Department answered ments for contributions have ,Awarded yearly by the Chiefof
349 alarms-each one an added been made quite easy for all Naval Operations to the

figure to the national record. concerned. There is no requirement ,.squadron flying the most hours
That nation-wide record shows fox: a lump sum con- with the fewest accidents, the

that every 45 minutes fire takesa tribution if the donator does not Safety Award is a prize that

human life. Of this group last wish. He can pledge and pay this year was competed for by
year, 3,400 were children. 63 transport squadrons in the
equal amounts during the driveor
Surveys show that the causes .t Naval Air Reserve Training
he can pledge the entire Command.
of most home fires are no mys-
tery. These causes are simply amount and pay' directly to the CDR Smith stated it was excellent -

carelessness a discarded cig- CC-UF on a quarterly, semi- cooperation between the
arette left to smolder in an over- annual or annual basis. officers and enlisted personnel
stuffed chair portable oil Shangri La and THIRD SAFETY AWARD-RADM Joseph M. Cason. I and the supervised training afforded
heater being refilled while still ComFairJax and NabSix expresses a hearty "Wen Don. to each and every memberof
lighted-electrical circuits the destroyer Rush based at CDR Philip W. Smith. Jr.. V -742 Commanding Officer for the the squadron that enabled
loaded and overfusedunclearedthe over- Mayport have joined the list Reserve Squadron's winning of the CNO Safety Award for them to capture the award for
1962. This U the third consecutive year the Squadron. has
top. The only major act- of sub-units that have gone over captured the award. the third year running.




4 October: 1362
Poae I u.x AIt HEWS

Violation Station Traffic RecordThe [Liberty vs Communisj :

following is a report of
NAS, JacksonvilleCAPT
J. R. Compton ........................... ........... ............ .... Commanding Officer traffic violations for the period '
CDR Walter J. Schub .......................................................... ...... Executive Officer September 22 through THE RIGHT TO COMPETE
Fleet Air Jackionville NA& 6ND September 28. .
RADM Joseph M. Canon ................................................................ Commander NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Under the free enterprise economic system, sometimes
CAPT Vincent Casey...................................................................... Chief of Staff week (period September called democratic capitalism, every citizen has the right
Fleet Air Wing Eleven business for himself.
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ Commander 22-28)' ........... ......................5 to take his savings and start a this business His
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer Total accidents this year savings then become his capital, venture.
Naval Air Technical Training Unit through September 28......209 to I under economic
CAPT Harttel D. Allen ...........................................:............ Commanding Officer He also has the right persuade planning has
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer Number 'accidents through. other citizens to invest teen: remarkable. F".r instance
Naval Hospital September 1961 ...........?.......185 their savings in his enterprise. the annual production of steeii"lcreased
CAPT J. M. Hanner .........:...................................................... Commanding Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Whether his new business is the from fOUl million
CAPT Stephen H. Tolini ............................................................ Executive Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR production of economic goods or tons in 1923 to 49 million tons
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT .....1...4 thE: rendering of services, he in 1956.
CDR William M. Miller ............................................................ Executive Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis enters into competition with On the other hand, the Sov-
Printed commercially with appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no week (Sept. 22-28).7) ether businessmen and corpora-: iet economic planning system is

expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. Speeding .,............... .., ...............6 jons.! thoroughly undemocratic.
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Reckless driving ......... .............6 WHILE BUSINESSMEN hopeto THE FIVE-YEAR PLANS required
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Going through stop sign .....2 profits, the consumer (as does the current Sev-
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Other violations .....................17 reap benefits from en Year Plan) the existence of a
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Atlistant Service Information Officer receives many
Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Assistant Editor-Marc J01 Staff- Thirty-one drivers appeared finis competition in the form of police state and the loss of many
Robert Dodds, SAt Ruth Anne Roberts, SA* Photographer-Paul Parker, PH3. before the Traffic Hearing lower prices and bc-Uer qualityof cf the liberties that people in
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Board at the meeting held. on goods and icrvjces. These' democratic countries: greatly
Councils of Industrial Editors. October 1. Disposition of the benefits to the community are! piize. Among these lost liber-
member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
The Jax Air News Is a
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs cases included the following: directly derived from the right II ties, of course, are free initiative
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs.Editorial Seven lost driving and park- of businessmen to compete.In and the right to compete.
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ing privileges aboard the station totalitarian regimes, including This series ;Is taken from

extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. __ 11 were assigned to a communism, there.is no Ideas In Conflict, Liberty and
course in remedial driving instructions Such Communism (DOD Pam 3-11)),
economic competition. systems
Navy Exchange Outlines 19 received suspended lack tre many benefits published by the Directorate for
penalties, nine received derived from competition in de- Armed Forces Information ani

warnings, three were dismissed mocratic regimes.COMMUNISM Education, Department of DiJense. -
and two were referred to DESTROYS I .
commanding officers for poss- COMPETITION in economic life I
ible disciplinary action. and substitutes monopoly. The r 1\1\ U\J f
It was erorneously report-cluded in Navy Exchange prices? OBEDIENCE OF STOP government, !in the control of tn -
ed in last week's Jax Air Answer: The Navy Exchange SIGNSOf ELITE pdrty: monopolizes all :- k\'I, S

News in the article "Navy resale price includes all federal those motorists charged means of production and distri-

Exchange Outlines Organization excess taxes applicable to the with disregarding stop signsat bution of pco.vnic goods and PROTESTANT

Mission" that the aver- product. In addition, the Navy intersections, it is found services and even controls con Communion All
0830-Holy ,
age markup on merchandisesold Exchange customer pays the state that some of them slowed sumption.In Saints' Chapel0930Naval

in the retail store is sales tax on gasoline (7c in Fla.), down to 5 MPH, other failed to the Soviet Unon: the Com- Hospital Chapel

75%. THE CORRECT PERCENTAGE the state stamp tax'on alcoholic slow down to even 15 MPH, munist Party developed the 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
IS 17%. beverage (not including beer) and and some paid no attention to technique of ECONOMIC
ship All Saints' Chapel
the state stamp tax on cigarettessold the stop signs.
PLANNING order to guide
m ,
. 1100.-Service of Divine Wor-
Uuestiom Is there any connec-
machines. of know that
through vending us failureto
tion between the Navy Exchangeand year by year, the complicated ship, All Saints' Chapel
Other state and local sales taxes stop for a stop sign is one
operation of production and distribution
othen Exchanges for govern- are not paid by the Navy Ex- of the most dangerous driving CATHOLICSunday
ment and federal employees? change patron.Blood practices, often resulting in of goods and services
Answer: No, indeed.: These bad accidents. One of the com- throughout a vast empire. 0630-Naval Hospital' Chapel
"other" in 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
exchanges are cashing
mon reasons why motorists THE FIRST FIVE-YEAR
on the name "Exchange" which Chapel.
DonorsThirty continue to
disregard a stop PLAN covered the 1928-
has always conveyed the idea of sign is the feeling of hurryto Weekday
lowest possible prices. They are eight personnel of beat the oncoming traffic 1933. The sixth Five-Y ar Plan, Monday Through Friday

civilian retail stores. If Navy Ex- NAS and NATTUnit gave bloodto which has the actual right-of- for the years 11)56-1) 60, was replaced 0630-St. Edwards Chapel
change patrons shop at these the Naval Hospital Blood Donor 1615-King Hall.
way. Failure to yield the right- in 1958 by a Seven-Year
stores, the payment they make Center during September. Saturday
of-way is evidence of a de- Flan ((1959-1965)).
for membership fees entries themto Those making donations at cided lack of courtesy and re- 0900-King Hall
nothing more than the "pri- NATTU were: Larry R. Cowell, gard for the safety and well- Unquestionably, th? industrial Confessions are heard from

vilege" of buying merchandiseat AN; David A. Dunn, AN; Glen- being of other drivers.In progress of the Soviet hi900-2000 and before Masses.

higher than average Navy Ex- don K. Lassiter, AA; Gary W. order to make the keep .
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change prices. No other benefit Patterson, AA; Randall S. Downs the highways safe for our- --- -J

accures to the member such as AN; and James L. Wadford, AA, selves and others, it is very
the use of a profit-built golf all of AO "A" School.T. necessary that all drivers ob- MAKE IT

course or bowling alley. However, V.. Bissett, AN; Benjamin E. serve all the regulations on
along with other reputable civil- Carpenter, AECA; James E. traffic safety, and also exercise

ian retail stores, these "exchanges" Donnelly, AECS; Stephen W. common good sense and court- A BIG "A"!!
can offer an excellent source Grantham, AA; Joe C. Phillips, esy at all times.Equality .
of items not authorized by DOD AA; Raymond 'Stockslager,

and Congress for sale in your AA; Robert E. Creasy, AECA;

Navy Exchange. Lyman A. Wilyard, AA; WilliamS. Seen
Question: Why does the Navy Gates, AEC; Kenneth O. Leo- ly[ G41Z tkll

Exchange manage the enlistedmen's nard, AA; Charles B. Steitz, AN For Women In !
club and what happens to of AE "A" School.
those profits? Government
Cager W.; Campbell, AECA; Jobs
Answer: The Secretary of the Sidney Gruber, AEC; James A. Pursuant to President Kenn- It makes a man proud to write "American" after

Navy Notice No. 5420 of March Milan, AE1; Warren W. Downs, edy's order that the federal Aw name. The word
10, 1961, assigned management EM2; R. C. Hanley, AEC; Fran- career service be maintained in wraps up everything the man

control of the enlisted men's clubs cis H. Moore, AEC, of AE "B" every respect without discrimination believes in, everything he fights for. As an American

and other clubs sharing facilities School. Fred H. Arnett, AO1; and with equal oppor- serviceman he has a job to do and he knows
with the enlisted men's clubs to Cecil W. Gibson, A02; Michael tunity for employment and ad- how to do it. His
ability and dedication
the Navy Exchange. All profits S. Kochan, A03; David P. Mi- vai.cement, the Civil Service on
from the sale of food or bever- chel, A02; James E. Dunn, A03: Commission's regulation will require faith in God and in his country, always bring the I

ages at enlisted men's clubs are and Carrol H. Kossow, A02, of: that Federal jobs will be American fighting man out on top.
retained In a special account to AO "B" School. filled without reference to these

pay for entertainment such as Pvt. William P. Anna; Pvt. =<, of the applican4 where ex-
music, floor shows, happy hours John J. Blando; Pvt Alexander perience and physical require-
and to refurbish or improve the Brown; and Pvt. Henry R. Flotteof ments are met.

club. A substantial part of these MAD (MFC) Mechanical Fundamental A few kinds of jobs will be
profits is currently being usedto School. \ excepted, such as certain law CODE OF CONDUCT 6. I will never

finance club improvements in Marian Ruryk, PN1 also do- enforcement positions which require forget that I am an American fighting

the Jacksonville area. The sug- nated blood from Personnel Of- the use of firearms, anda a.., man, responsible for my actions, and
gestions of enlisted personnel are fice NATTUnit. few positions of an institu- dedicated to the principles which made

desired and encouraged to im- Donators from the Brig were: tional or custodial nature where my country free. I will trust In my God

prove programs and facilities. The Duane A. Brainard, AR; Dan- the duties are best performed .. and In the United States of America.
J w+ttr r. + ua..t c. atKra
Enlisted Advisory Council is esta- nie Harris, SR; Richard T. Hen- by a member of the same sex ,

blished for this purpose. ry, AMS3; and Richard B. as the individuals for whom

Question: What taxes are in- Thompson, AT3. the services are being performed.



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4 October. 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page S

FCC WillConduct

Radio I80&REmployees

Exams In Jax Get Idea Cheeks

i Eighteen civilian employees were presented with bene-
The Federal Communications ficial suggestion awards in August. All of the checks, totaling

Commission will conduct com- $780, went to Overhaul and Repair Department.The .

mercial operator and amateur largest check, $155, was
extra and general class opera- awarded to Perry L. McCrayand Station Artists

tor examinations on October 17 Walter H. Smith, for their

and 18 in the National Guard "Personnel Barrier, HUS, HUS- Invited To Show

Armory, corner of State and t lA and HUS-1G", which is an
Market Streets it was announcedthis : ;*; improved method of attachingthe Works Downtown

week. nylon webbing personnel Servicemen and civilian

ALL CLASSES OF RADIO- r t.C \ rr. barrier between the main cabin employees at NAS Jax who
and the electronic equipment
TELEPHONE exams will be are inclined toward art are
given on October 17 beginningat compartment of HUS aircraft. invited to submit their en-

0830. All classes of radiotelegraph The second largest check, tries in a nonprofessionalart
$150 went to Charles O. Ryals
exams and the ama- exhibit to be shown at
.. for the suggestion "Racking
teur extra and amateur general May-Cohens Store in down-
1820-82 and84 Prop Shaft"this
class exams will be given on town Jacksonville Novem-
is a development of an im-
18 beginning also at ber 5-10.
proved method of racking R-
0830. ': The show of Jacksonville art
1820-82 and -84 prop shafts for
work is a part of the regionaland
Applicants intending to appear w. chrome plating to enable the national art exhibits
for exams must notify the shop to double production with- spon-
sored by Motorola. Purpose of
FCC, P. 0. Box 150, Miami, Fla., out enlarging the facilities.
the exhibit is to give -
of the class license desired before Other "Benny Suggers" were:
or hobby artists an
the exam date in order that Peter P. Pacuk, $120; Henry H. opportunity to display their
proper application forms may be THIS IS HOW IT WORKS-Peter P. Pacuk of the NAS William J.
Mason, $75; Murphy, paintings at no cost to the artists -
forwarded for execution. Forms Overhaul and Repair Department shows CDR A. R. Wooldridge
should be completed and mailedto Assistant O&R Officer his portable work stand for shock sturti. $30; Freeman. Hoover and NeilE. and to give them an opportunity -
These work stands provide vertically mounted swivel vises with Brown, William J. Kelly, to gain regional and
FCC, Miami before
contoured saws to hold the various aircraft landing gear struts national recognition.
October 12. A note must be attached securely in convenent positions for disassembly and rebuilding. Daniel B. Denmark, and RobertP. THREE PAINTINGS from the

to the,application stating Pacuk received a Benny Suggs check of $120 for his idea.Nat'I Steavens, all received $25 Jacksonville showing will be
that the exam will be taken in
I checks; $20 awards went fo selected and forwarded to Chi-
Jacksonville on October 17 and
18. Freeman Hoover and Neil E. cago for the Motorola NationalArt

Employ The Physically Brown, and Jay L. Hoffman, Exhibit. At the national
APPLICANTS FAILING exhibit the six winning artists
to ((2)). Those receiving $15 awards
forward completed forms in timeto will receive their choice of any
reach FCC, Miami prior to Handicapped Week Oct. 7-13 were: Archie Boatwright, Jay' Motorola console TV or stereo

October 12, should present their L. Hoffman, Ernest L. Taylor, 'I hi-fit instrument in the current

application forms to the exam- Ben J. Bailey, Walter E. Riv-, line. Six honorable mentionswill
Although the government's concern for productive em-
ining officer at the be awarded with prizes
time of
iere, and Carl Rhoden. JamesW.
ployment of handicapped citizens will be emphasized dur-
examination. also to be given to these win-
inq National Employ The Physically Russell and Walter H. Smith

Further information on the October 7-13, attention and concern extends trough the received Letters of Appreciation. ners.All artists who earn less

exams may be obtained: by calling other 51 weeks of the year, a Civil Service Commissionspokesman i than one-half their annual in-

T. Lewie, RMCM at Ext. has declared. .
come from the field of art will

379. Hammond B. Smith, Direc- a job where his knowledge of Antarctic be considered as nonprofessional -
tor of the Civil Service Com- chemistry could be utilized. The 63 Duty artists and are eligible to

mission's Atlanta Office which Naval Air Station was approached enter. Artists may submit
8 VAP-62 Crews covers seven Southeasternstates and since a vacancy Volunteers NeededThe paintings only-no sculpture.

Puerto Rico and Vir- existed in this type of em- Paintings may be in watercolor,

gin Islands, said that "I wantto ployment, the man was hired. Navy is seeking both oil, gouache, tempera, pastel,
Complete Day make it clear that our con- He has turned out to be one officers and enlisted men for casein or mixed. All entries

cern of employment of physically of the best chemists here, it was next year's Operation Deep must be brought in ready for

handicapped extends throughthe said. His wife, who is also deaf, Freeze. Some will be summer I hanging properly framed and

Night CarQualsEight other 51 weeks of the year. was subsequently hired as a support personnel and mounted.
We have logged 20 years of experience others members of the 1963- There will be no entry fee.

flight crews of Heavy in employing handi- card punch operator. 64 wintering over 'party. Entry forms, which are neces-

Photographic Squadron Sixty- capped citizens. In this time the I Records show that 277 handi- A list of the specialties sary before a painting .is sub-

two, commanded by Commander Federal Government has em-: capped persons are employedat needed for the operation and mitted, can be obtained from

Robert F. Roemer, completed day ployed nearly 200,000 handicapped NAS Jacksonville, and sev- other qualifications are con- the Service Information Of-

and night carrier landing qual- applicants." eral others at other installations tained in BuPers Notice 1300 fice, Room 238, Main Adminis-

ifications in the A3D-2P "Sky- "WE HAVE FOUND these hand- in the area. 'Of Sept. 11. tration Building. Entry forms

warrior" aboard the USS Inde- icapped people to be efficient, must, be received at May-Co-

pendence (CVA-62) on Saturday, dependable and productive", hens on or before October 29.We're .

September 29. Smith asserted. "Government's .nf
THE EIGHT PILOTS completing special interest: in handicapped :f\tttudtutut f11.ett SorryIt

refresher CarQuals were: citizens who possess needed % -t.pJ1Jl
Commander Roemer; CommanderJohn skills is based on logic rather \\ lf the N4ttlJ .p. was reported in error in
D. Stufflebeem, Executive than compassion. We have 1Jtparlmtnt >> last week's Air News that J.

Officer; Lieutenant Commander learned that it is to our advantages NAVY IMDUSrtMl FUND CHARHt B. Johnson, AE1, was the Senior

William A. Warde; Lieutenant to hire these people", Instructor of the NATTUnit

Commander William E. Nowers; Smith added. THE OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTED. AIR STATION, Leadership Training Program.
Johnson is an instructor at
Lieutenant Commander
DonaldH. Smith explained that the gov- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NATTUnit's Aviation Electri-
Jarvis Lieutenant
; Albert H.
ernment has made remarkable

Best Chaffee III, ;and Lieutenant Lieutenant Roger RobertE. B. progress in hrlng: and utilizing ;dtic&a autfotttett U efrvMtc autct t&c 'tMII cian P, Mate W. Hetz School., AECS, is the

Kuhlke. Together they flewa handicapped employees. In 1957, 7sh 4til4 1","", 19 aCeozda tcG u ltl7itlell/o tU1/atl HatS Senior Instructor for the Leader-

total of 60 hours and made over fewer than hired six by of the every Government 1,000 /eob?19'as cote ldtd. 1)e t'" D/ula'igge4e ship Program. He is slated to be
persons transferred to the Naval Air Mo-
100 arrested landings. ad t4 JU41 a4 1ttJ' eve
were handicapped. In og4, Oaf ft eme. fvt bile Training Group at Memphis,
"The success of this mission and 1961 the rate had risen to taved..w.mu "
4e7ea6 tvt a fi1G Tenn., in November.
the rapid completion of it was than 15 of every 1,000 hired.
due to the outstanding coopera- Fire PreventionContinued
tion of all "
hands, stated CDR
Roemer in extending a "Well Handicapped Program is ad- r..rw..uL.. C Mul ut N TM .. ( from Page 1)
Done" to all squadron personnel ministered by the Civil Service more than exercising common

"Safety consciousness and main- Commission which works close- sense and a progressive attitudein

tenance planning were the key- ly with the President's Committee Ulh eS..iI..'.C.CM 1.1(1.,(,_NW.) seeing such conditions never

notes of the CarQual period", he for Employment of the .."IL JJ MIL exist.
Handicapped. Here in Jackson- Check against fire hazards in
continued. "From the
day we
ville ,the Florida State Employment NAVY INDUSTRIAL FUND CHARTER-CDR E. R. the home in the office .
were assigned this task until the Hodge NAS Comptroller and CAPT R. H. Fagan, O&R Officer
day it was completed, each and Bureau works very close- presented this charter to CAPT James R. Compton. NAS Com in the shop everywhere you
every man in the squadron work- ly with government agencies in manding Officer on Monday as the O&R department began a go. Emphasize the need for Fire
placing handicapped personnel.As new concept of operations called the Navy Industrial Fund. Prevention by doing just that.
ed and to insure
safely industriously
The Fund is defined as a revolving fund established for the
deaf Practice fire preventioneveryday. -
the successful completion of an example, a man purpose of providing working capital for the operations of
our mission." was finding it difficult to find industrial-type or commercial.type activities. ,.

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<4< October, 1962
; =

11 Crandall Leads BB Ref Clinic
: QB

I Meeting Set for iSPORTIJFrancis

FAETU To VictoryTaking Next IM TuesdayThe B Basketball Ref-

erees Clinic will begin at

advantage of the Florida sunshine after a weekof 1800, Tuesday, October 9,

rainy weather, FAETU swept over A/C Maintenance 20-0 vice Monday, October 8, as Scores 142

during last Monday's highlight IM gridiron action. reported} in last week's Air I

Bill Crandall, a new quarter- News.
back for FAETU seems to have fourth place in the National The meeting will be held

brought life to the team by League with a record of one win in the Athletic Office at the To Win Fall CupThe
and two losses, while A/C Main-
measure of the A/C malnt de- Mainside gym. All persons
tenance holds and three
a one
feat.THE record. interested in officiating this annual NAS Fall Cup Golf Tournament was won
FIRST SCORE of the hard-court sport are asked to with a putting and driving performanceof
Other scores of last week'scompetition by Jon
game came"on a 20-yard pass attend.06tR,679th. NAS Golf Course
in IM Touch Foot- 142 for 36 holes at the during last
from Crandall to DoUg Folden, contest.Francis' \
ball, including standings and Saturday and Sunday's
right end, who ran for an addi- under forth
tional 10 yards to put FAETU in coming games are as follows: two helped par him M' "" }h qx > x .
the lead. A/C Maint 7, VP-7 6; VP-30 2, station course
Supply 0 Marines 6 VA-35 2 along with his five stroke ,. ry}'.;; ?> :<
FAETU's ; i wm
kick-off beginning the Net ..
FAETU Open ( to give him a
NARTU 24, 6; Hospital handicap
second half
coupled with its de- the
72 for his 142 score in
fensive sharpness, forced the LEAGUE Vies Oct. 8 match. >aY: =yx.}::.: :>. ;fi.
A/Cs back to their 10-yard line
Teams Wins Losses SECOND PLACE in the tour- : >
where they were eventually Marine ............................ 3 0 An underhand closed palm whose
placed into a fourth-down punt Hospital .......................... 3 0 ney went to Phill Rogers
situation. VA-44 ............................ 2 0 serve from one of two teams 18 hole rounds were only two
the VP.18 ................................ 1 0 will start the NAS IM Vol- strokes short of Francis with 69
Taking return on its own VA-35 .............................. 2 2 leyball season when O&R and 75 to give him a total of 144.
10-yard line, once again the VP-5 ................................ 1 1 and AF679th meet for the handi-
FAETU offense shinned as half- VP.30 ....................?........ 1 2M'ARTD first game of the American Rogers had a ten stroke _

yard back pass Charley to center Wentz Walter threw Huhn a 15- Supply....0......................... 0 3 3 League. This event will startat cap.Don Gifford and David Stutz :' 3 '?}
NATIONAL LEAGUE 1100 in the gymon
who took advantage of his team- Teams Wins Losses Monday, October 8. tied; for third place with a 146.

mate's fine blocking and scamp- NARTU ................?..........3 0 All will be played in A coin was flipped to see who
ered downfield for the second Admin ............................ 2 0 games and would take the honors and
FAETU TD. AF679th .......................... 2 0 the Mainside gym at 1100 Gifford the toss. His efforts -
FAETU ............................ 1 2 1200 Monday thru Thursday. won
A/C MAINTENANCE was un- VA.176 .......................... 1 2 Following is the first week on the course gave him :
eventful in its drive, turning the A/C Malnt ...................... 1 3 schedule with American League I two games of 73 with a handi-
ball its VP.7 ................................ 0 3 cap of 3.&r
over to contenders who VAP-62 .......................... 0 0 play on Monday and Tuesdayand FRANCIS
scored their third touchdown on COMING GAMES the National competition on Some 51 persons entered the' JON
a 10-yard run around'left' end by October 8 Wednesday and Thursday.TEAMS Fall tourney, which is one of I held at the NAS Golf Course

quarterback Crandall. Teams locationA TIME the eight annual tournaments yearly.
( ) Hospital vi VP.5 ..............-Stadium Oct. 8
Two more points were addedto [IN) VAP-62 vi A/C Malnt O & R VI. AF679th 1100
the FAETU tally with only (postponed) ...._.........Parade Grdi. VA-44 vs. Boat Branch 1200
one minute remaining in the con- October 9 Oct. 9VA.35 Streak 15
test when A/C (N) VA-176 vi VP.7 .................Stadium vi. A/C Malnt 1100 Stingers
Maintenance'squarterback (A) VA-35 vi Supply ...........Parade Grdi. Dispensary vt. FAETU 1200
was tagged in his October 10 Oct. 10NARTU

own end zone by fast rushing de- (A) MARTD vi. Vp.30 .................Stadium "A" vi. Disease Vector Games To Take Lead
fensive center for FAETU, Pete (NJAdmln) vi FAETU ...........Parade Grdi. Control 1100 ;
Peterson. October 11 VP-30 vi. NARTU "B" 1200 The Stingers of VA-44 have taken the top kegler spot

This win ranks FAETU in (N) AF679th vi. .ARTU .... Stadium Oct. 11Admin bowling a fifteen game winning streak out of sixteen gamesto
(A) Marines vi VP-18 .........Parade Grdi. vi. VAP-62 1100 defeated the Live
VA-176 vi. Marines 1200 lead the National League after they
Wires of VAP-62 in a four game series 4 to 0 during last j

Two Popular Sports NAS Indoor Pool Thursday's The Attack meeting.Squadron won the !

the five top kegler team's in
and also collected
first three games -
Starts Fall HoursThe each league of IM Bowling.
the total pins for the
Ironman ProgramTwo NAS Indoor Heated night against the Live Wires AMERICAN LEAGUE

Swimming Pool opened Tues- with 2540 to 2232. Teams Wins losses I

t popular fast moving sports will make their debut day October 1 for the Fall- High kegler for the night was Ten Pni 9 3 i

in the NAS Jax Ironman Program this Fall when first Winter season. Herb Palmer of the Stingerswho Dispensary (tied) 17 7

unit-organized teams of table tennis players meet Octo- Located at Birmingham and took both high game and Confidentiali (tied) 17 7

ber 22 to begin the IM Ping Pong Tournament, followed Child street in Building 563, high set honors with a 220 i SeeBeet Electrons '16'18 10 8

by .an early November start for the IM Hand Ball tourney.. the pool will be opened for game and a set of 597. His average I.
These two events have been all military personnel depend- is 152. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE ;

played in the past on a tourna- ents and guests. Paymasters 21 7 "
Other members of the Stingers -
Past Masters The pool hours are, Mon- Cougars 20 8
ment basis but this is the
team are Tom Gary, George Owl Hoots 16 8 .;
day thru Friday 1600 to 2000
season they will be included as Patterson, Bob Kellams and Bob Fire Ball 16% 11u
point gainers toward the Iron- and on Saturdays, Sundaysand Thompson who acted as a Boat Branch i "B" 14 10
man Trophy.The Exlended.lnvile Holidays from 1200 to
2000. blind man for the VA-44 team. NATIONAL LEAGUE

first IM Ping Pong organizational Below are the standings of Stingers 21 7
meeting will be Bandits (tied) '19 9
held October 10 at 0930 in the To Pens. TourneyNAS : NARTU (tied) 1810 19 9
Guest Avioni (tied) \
Athletic Director's Office at the '1810
Hospital ( )
Pensacola Fla. is Extending
Mainside gym. It will be an-
nounced then that deadline for invitations to the "more
submitting team rosters will be seasoned" retired and active ser- Selects 14 For 14In

October 15. In the meantime, vice golfers in the Jax Navy NATTUSporlsRoundup
complex to participate in the first the second week of pigskin pick's all of the predictors did
ping tables have been
pong set well, especially the guest picker Andrew Planey who set a recordof
up in the gym for pre-season 36-hole Medal Play Tournamentto fourteen out of fourteen right highest thus far for the sea-
practice. be held on the station's new son. There was a three-way tie for second between the Editors,
A. C. Read Golf Course. Athletic Director and Sports Writer, all with eleven right.
Athletic Director Frank Mc- Guest selector for this week is George Nuwer of the Catholic By D. W. Warren, JOSNA
Caffrey told the Air News that THE TOURNEY WILL be con- Chaplain's Office. Games for the coming week are: Air Force- football
he hopes to conduct the first ducted October 15-16 and is opento SMU, Boston-W. Va., Maryland-NCS, Clemson-Wake Forest, Illi- full slate of touch
nois-Northwestern Florida-Duke, Navy-Minn., Ohio-UCLA, Mich. action highlighted NATTTU'ssports
organizational meeting for the all "past masters" 45
State-NC, New Mexico-Texas Western, Tulane-Texas, Wisconsin last week, as A*
IM Hand Ball Tournament be- young and over. Indiana, Purdue-Notre Dame, Idaho-Mont., and Army. against picture their
fore the end of the month and Entry fee is $10. Michigan. "Gold", smarting from MAD
+ that the tourney is expected to Nuwer Doddi Mac Editors 2-0 season opener loss to ?
get underway in early Novem- TEE OFF TIME has been set Air Force Air Force SMU Air Force #1, pounced on Support Ser-

ber. at 1000 for the benefit. the late West VirginiaClemion Welt Wake Virginia Forest West Clemion Virginia BoitonClemion vices, 38-12.

i sleepers. Maryland MarylandNorthweitern Maryland Maryland AO #1 lost to MAD #2, 12.0
Hand balls can be checked
i Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Tuesday September 25 and
out at NAS Special Services, Climaxing the two-day event Duke Duke Duke Duke AO #2,
Bldg. 704. Two courts for play will be a cocktail party which Minnesota Navy Minnesota Navy #1 won easily over

are located east of the CPO will be considered the consola- Ohio Ohio UCLA UCLA 24-6 Monday, October 1.
Mich. State Mich. State Mich. StateNew In action Tuesday, support
Club, two behind Barracks "K", tion prize for unfortunate duffers. Mich. StateNew a
New Mexico New Mexico Mexico Services took MAD #2 in
Mexico on
and two between Buildings 803 Texas Texas Texas were
Further information can be ob- Texas game for ,which results
and 805 for the convenience of Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
the residents of the militaryofficers' tained by writing to Bill Bark- Purdue Notre Dam Purdue Notre DameIdaho not avalible.AO to
MontanaArmy Montana Idaho "Gold"
quarters. ley, NAS Pensacola Golf Pro. #1 tests AE
Army Michigan Army night.


4 October. 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Pager

Early Day Naval Flyer Winds


Up 41 Years Government ServiceBy

Marc Whetstone. JO1

A man who witnessed the birth of our Nation's Naval Air Force and who greatly

contributed his services in establishing Naval Air History during its infancy, retired

r here at NAS Jax last Friday, September 28, winding up 41 years of government service.HE .

IS LEO "SULLY" SUL- world records. the camera to the plane behindmy

: LIVAN of Green Cove Springs, The veteran aviator established head and take pictures

: \ Fla., who, for the past 14 years no world records as such, while I did rolls, loops, and

has been an aviation motor me- but he does have a number of sometimes I'd fire a machinegun.
chanic in the power plant divisionof "
"Navy Air Firsts" on record: .
the NAS O&R Department.Now He made the first flight down
o 4 In his roles as test pilot and
age 70, Sully, as he is the Atlantic coast from Phila- active squadron pilot, Sully
NEW SHOULDERBOARDS D. C. White pint Ensign popularly known here on the delphia Navy Yard to Pensa-
flew a wide variety of aircraft
bar on her husband's collar upon his LDO commissioning as
an Aviation Maintenance Officer. On left. CAPT H. D. Allen. Station, first ventured into cola, Fla., in 1918 flying an including monoplanes, biplanes,

NATTU Commanding Officer, looks on. ENS While was form- space when he was 17, in 1909. H-16 flying boat. triplanes, sea and land planes-

erly a Senior Chief Aviation Electrician's Mate. He served as As a member of a carnival HE MADE THE FIRST ROUND F5Ls, HS2s and N9s to mentiona
an instructor in the Aviation Electrician's Mate schools at NAT-
company in Oklahoma, he TRIP FLIGHT from San Diego, few of the earlier models.

would thrill the crowds through Cailf., to Panama in 1920-21 fly- ASKED WHAT HIS'

TU.NATJU's the combination of riding a ing in an F5L twin engine flying THOUGHTS are on modern Na-

White Proves I trapeze bar on a hot-air balloonto val aviation versus the old, he

the height of between 2,000 boat.He was the first to test fry said, "I have no complaints .
i-nd, 3,000 feet then cut himself reversible aviation."In .
the changeable and I've had the cream of

Value of LDO Program loose-drifting made back of to earth on pitch propeller aircraft at San- the old days when you
a parachute linentypecloth. '
Diego in the early 20s. flew over land you really could

.. He was the first pilot to land see the country. If I saw a cow
From instructor in aviation
IN FURTHERING HIS AD- both day and night on the old down on a farm and wanted to

electricity to Assistant Enlisted sonnel Officer, where he'll re- VENTUROUS impulses, the USS Saratoga using fore and get a better look, I'd drop down

Personnel Officer to Aviation main until he is ordered to an young Elmira, N. Y., native aft wires. This was accomplished and look.

Maintenance Officer with a pa- Officer Indoctrination Course. accepted an invitation to T4M
in 1928 using a torpedo "If I wanted to see what the
trol squadron all in less than live with the Osage IndIans -
HE EXPECTS TO BE ORDER. plane with water-cooled en- top of a mountain was like. .
six months. ED to Pensacola Fla. during the in Oklahoma. During his gines.
I'd fly around the crest. In fact
THAT'S WHAT the Navy's latter part of October for the many-months stay he learnedto THIRTY YEARS AGO whilestationed I've flown around the crests of
| Limited Duty Officer Program is ride and admire horses, an
I eight-week indoctrination course. all the big ,mountains up and
doing for NATTU's Don- admiration which lives today '
F Ensign on -
From there, he'll go to Mem- down the West Coast," related
tald, C. White. as he enjoys horse racing.He '
phis, Tenn., for an Aviation Main- Sully.
ENS White, a former senior has faithfully attended the
tenance Officer's School of ap- that the
He went to
chief on say
aviation electrician's mate, li past five Kentucky Derbys.
proximately weeks duration.
difference in pilots of
was serving as an instructor in Sully's Naval career began in major
ENS White is then scheduledto
[the Aviation Electrician's Mate Oklahoma City in 1910. Between today and those of yesteryear is
report to an East Coast Patrol N l.,fty7y 1 that modern-day pilots fly "by
schools at NATTU when he was then and 1929, when he was

[commissioned September 25. I Squadron.He first retired, his assignments, f the numbers".
has been added the veteran,
assigned a 6852 ; "Today,
historical accomplishments, and
Upon commissioning he
Aviation where
Maintenance LDO de- 'instruments tell you
* adventures were many and var-
[designated Assistant Enlisted Per-
signator. you are if you're caught in a

i ied.He storm get a little off course
holds the distinction of
and a needle tells you how to
X 0) Club Events being "Aviator Number 16",
straighten up.
I NAS O Club Wives holding, Naval aviation pilots
} 'f "In my day'' I used an 'iron
licenses for Ship Planes (cata-
Friday October 5 compass' find a railroad
Air Li-
pult), Heavier Than
Luncheon11151345.Happy Hostess JOWCNAS cense No. 30, Sea Plane License track. stick to it until I came
Hour-1530-1800. to a clearing or town or city
No. 90, and Free Air Kite
Dinner-1800-2130 Wives will hostess the Balloon Airman Certificate No. airport where I could land."

' Jacksonville Officers' Wives LEO SULLIVAN RETIRED IN
19th Hole VP-5 Cocktail AFTER SULLY

Party 2030. Club's "Cooking with Wine" Fall 69.IN ADDITION, he holds two at San Diego, Sully 1929 he went to work for a com-

Dancing-in Cocktail Lounge luncheon, October 3, 1230, at commercial licenses-Transport Li- doubled several times for the mercial air firm flying a Califor-

with Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2430. the NAS Jax Officers' Club. cense No. 2316, and Mechanic famed celluloid film aceRichard nia-Montana route for three

" Saturday, October 6 Scheduled to present the License No 2974-md has two Dix. years.In .

, Luncheon-1115-1345. program stressing wine's ver- International Licenses, both sign- "The picture companies usedto 1934 he worked for the Ar-

' Happy Hour-1530-1800. satility is a representative froma ed by Orville Wright; a Federal come over there and they'duse my in connection with the establishment -

Dancing in Dining Room with local wine distributor. Aeronautical International License certain squadrons," says of our government'sAir
Mail service. This was fol-
t,, Johnny Jelinek-2030-2430. and a Sporting License. It Sully.
Reservations are presently lowed by further employmentwith
Sunday, October 7
for him to obtain "Dix in kind of
was necessary was some a airlines.
Brunch-1115-1345. being taken at the Officers'Club. private

Family Buffet-1800-2100. Cost of the luncheon will the International Licenses in flying picture and I did the flying lie had just lined up a Job

Dancing! Cocktail Lounge be $1.75. order to qualify for setting for him. They would attach with the British Government to

with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900- fly bombers from this countryto
2300. i England as World War II

when he was recalled -
was brewing
Monday, October 8
into the Navy in 1940.

Luncheon11151345.Happy Hour15301800.Game : : : ; IT WAS THEN HE CAME to

tr NAS Jacksonville and was instrumental -
Night 2030. {}fr.YVY t k, wyNr .c Mlf: h 5: + t
{ in helping to place
Tuesday, October 9
into commission the Lee Auxili-
St. Johns Room-All Wives
ary Landing Field near Green
Bridge 1230.
am4r Cove Springs.
Happy Hour- 0-1800.
St. Johns Room-Duplicate % Once again: in 1947, Sully left
{ Y: the Navy at which time he began -
Bridge 2000.
his civil service career hereat

Wednesday, October 10 ,5orf O&R.

Luncheon11151345.Happy The father of two daughters

Hour15301800. dnd: three sons (one son, Tom,
Dinner 1800-2100. is i r.',:: l{,;;
is a Marine Lieutenant Colonel
Dancing in Cocktail Lounge ?f >i '
r rdfj dyn4 stationed in Denver) Sully is
with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900- A ,

2300. now planinng a worldwidetrip
Thursday, October 11 7 with a shipmate of the '20s,

Walnut Room-NATTU Wives r /{,f/d'tf fAy'tfff': : .: Bob Castor of Louisville, Ky.

Coffee 1000.Oriental "It. The two men will board a

Room-Dental Luncheon tramp steamer hoping to visita

1200. large number of the ports
Happy Hour15301800.Dinner NAVAL AIR HISTORY MAKER-Being congratulated for his outstanding achievements in
missed in and
1800-2100 making Naval Air history and dedicated: service the federal government is Leo "Sully" Sulli they earlier years
van. O&R Officer. CAPT Robert H. Fagan, commended the 70-year-old veteran when the aviation to revisit those which bring
Dancing-in Cocktail Loungewith motor mechanic retired last Friday after 41 years with Uncle Sam. On hand for the occasionwere back fond memories of 'way
Doe Ray Me Trio 1900- local press representatives and TV newsmen as well as Sully's. numerous friends in the
2300. Power Plant Division. back when'.

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Page I JAX AIR NEWS 4 October. 1962With i

Ij j I II I RD's I Dorman Wins i

r r High Fla. VA HonorsJames

Civilians R. Dorman, Supervisory Employee Development

Officer, Training Division of the Industrial Relations De-

partment received a Certificate of Commendation from the

) Fifteen civilian employees of Florida ,Regional Office of the Veterans Administration on
NAS Jax have been promoted in
I Fridav. September 21.
accordance with the Station'sMerit '
This' award which is the
Promotion program. with VA officials in the train-
highest a Regional Office can
ing of veterans, Including many
Promoted at Overhaul and give, was presented to Dormanby handicapped persons.He .

Repair Department were: HughH. Rufus,H. Wilson, Manager of has had extensive experience -

Barrington, from Industrial the Regional Office. with apprentice training,

Engineer, GS-7 to same GS-9; THE COMMENDATION was beginning' when he served his

Charles W. Butts from Helper given for Dorman's cooperationChief's own apprenticeship at the Naval -

Aircraft Instrument Mechanicto Torpedo Station, Newport,

Aircraft Instrument Worker; Britannica Rhode Island.He .

Thomas C. Cairns from Aircraft later instructed many

Cleaner to Pipefitter; Earl C. HIGH ARD-Jamel R. Dorman (left) Supervisory Employee Out of Date handicapped persons in shops
Development Officer; Training Division of the Industrial Really World
Clevenger from Management Relations Department holds a Certificate of Commendationwhich and classrooms during

Technician, GS-10 to Manage- was presented to him by Rufus H. Wilson (right) Managerof WorthlessA War ,11.THE .
; ment Analyst, GS-11; Essie H. the Florida Regional Office of the Veterans Administration.The But Not INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

Gardner, Clerk-Typist, GSr3 to award is the highest a Regional Office can give. Others in man was named Supervisor -
photo are his sons Thomas and Charles, and Mrs. Dorman. NAS, Calif.
Clerk-Typist, GS-4; Jesse D. of Apprentices here in 1947,
(AFPS-Buying) trunks at auc-
Greenwood, Aerospace Engineer before the station had employedany

(Propulsion & Power) GS-7 to Navy Will Establish Military tions seen" on basis a can"contents prove educational sight un-- apprentices. He planned and

same, GS-9; Curtis W. Sewell, initiated the program of apprentice -
Dukes found
as CPO H. W.
from Helper Aircraft Instru- training here.
out after shelling out $20 for one
ment Maker to Aircraft Instru- Affiliate Radio SystemRear such item. He has also supervised many

ment Worker; Jesse K. Smith, other types of shorter training
For the trunk, in addition to
Metalsmith (Aviation) to Air- for both civilian and
Admiral Bernard F. Roeder USN, Director of sundry objects, yielded several J
Each a
craft Examiner; I Naval Communications, has announced plans to establisha volumes of the SECOND ENCY- number military personnel.of disabled veterans year

Those promoted in Supply Navy Military Affiliate Radio System (Navy MARS). CLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, OR have received journeyman positions -
H. Hick- Similar to existing Army and DICTIONARY OF ARTS, SCI- I
Department were: Opal THE PROGRAM WILL BE through these training
son and June M. Lambert from Air Force MARS, the Navy administered ENCES, &C, published in 1778-
Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 to MARS will emphasize trainingof and operated sep- collectors' items all. programs.
from the Naval
arately Commu-
Stock Control Clerk, GS-6; amateur radio operators in It took Dukes tome time to get
nication system and the Naval
Willard G. Sturms' from Stock Navy communications procedures. Reserve Communication used to the 18th century style Florida Duke

Control Supervisor, GS-5 to In this way, Navy-oriented System. which imployed "f" for our mod-
This latter is
a training networkfor
Same, GS-6; Douglas R. Taylor amateur radio operators will be Naval Reservists in a drill ern "1," but once he mastered it Bears Broncos
able maintain affiliation
from to an he found the old books
Digital Computer Systems yellowed
status, and can also be used in
with the and will
Operations Supervisor, GS-7 to Navy, providea made fascinating reading.Its .
source of trained operators for Meet Here Sat.
America for
Same, GS-8 description of ,
; Admiral Roeder said in the
in local disaster situationor
use a :
announcement, example-brief and to the point. Jacksonville footbalj fans will
Promoted in the miscellaneous a general emergency.THE .
.. OPERATORS, of "Navy MARS will be a pro- "America (from Americus Ves- be afforded a double treat this
group were: John C. Cash from many of putius, falsely said to be the* first October 6
jection ,
them former Navy personnel, Navy Department pol- coming Saturday,
Supervisory Firefighter (Struc- will generally operate from their icy to encourage and support discoverer of the continent); when Florida meets Duke in

tural), GS-6, Security Depart- own amateur stations with assigned amateur radio activity among one of the four quarters of the the Gator Bowl for their after-

initial phase of the with world, probably the largest of clash beginning at 1400,
ment to same, GS-8; AlbertusR. call signs. They will han- ,program, noon
the whole and from its late dis- Florida Foot-
this number scheduled to in- followed by thQ
dle traffic of morale
Green from Plant Account message a
nature-traffic that does not crease as participation in the covery, frequently dominated the ball Pro League-leading'Jack-
Clerk, GS-5 Comptroller De- New World. the Orlando
qualify for regular transmissionover Regular, Reserve and Retired sonville Bears vs
partment to Accounting Tech- Navy circuits. personnel of the Navy, Marine "This vast country is bounded, Broncos that night with the

nician, GS-6 Comptroller De- The administration of Navy Corps and Coast Guard for more on the east, by the Atlantic kickoff at 2000.

ale, recreation training interna- Ocean, which separates it from Tickets for the collegiate game '
partment; Warden, Mary R. MARS will begin with four area ,
Europe and Africa; on the west obtained from the tick-
tional goodwill and be
public ser- may
from Accounts MaintenanceClerk directors in Naval District Headquarters I
\ in'' Boston Great Lakes vice aspects of amateur radio." by the Pacific Ocean, or great et service window in the May-

CS-4 Comptroller De-I Illinois, San Francisco, and New, Interested radio operators may South sea, by which it is sep- Cohens Department Store across
partment to Plant Account arated from Asia. Park in down-
Orleans. Eight active duty Navy obtain further information about from Hemming
Clerk, GS-5 Comptroller De- personnel will be assigned to the the program from the Di- Try reading the above with town Jacksonville.NAS .

partment. I program warrants.k rector, Navy MARS, Office of every "I" and "f" and you'll appreciate Special Services, Bldg.

The Pentagon, Washington 25, Dukes initial difficulty. I 704, has price-reduced tickets

D. C. Although published during the available for the Bears games.At .

Revolution, the volumes made no
ulii & t IININNMNNNIIINNIILIO l* mention of the threeyearoldconflict a party, two men who had

t' v ; Classified' ; of its origins. Dukes did not been introduced struck upa

} r'.kb4 lwisisIAININNNNININr t ar learn however, that "Betweenthe conversation.
'...1; ,:.":<:' :' ,' 'H ," New and the Old there are "Gosh, I'm bored," remarkedone.

several striking differences; but "I think I'll flirt with some

L. tea; FOR RENT the most remarkable is the gen- good looking woman so my wife
Furn-1-bdrm. ,
cottage $65 per mOj "
EV 81989. eral predominence of cold will take me home.

: Orange Park-2-bdrm. house, $65 per throughout the extent of America "I can't," observed the other,

mOl CO 49773Unfurn3.room "this is my home."
\ apt. at 3688 Eloise
\ trr Street. .r. a 4VP

rit takeihore-Furn apt., $50 per mOj ,

;: EV EV Furn 94275.91743.Apt.-3 rooms, .$12 per week;

rr r il
Orange Park-3-bdrm. unfurn. house c. .
$ 3601 Roosevelt Blvd Y 'x '41..
Ortega Hills--bdrm. house 1 1J bath; .r
EV 8-8935.

For Sale or Trade-3-bdrm., 2-bath; at
t tached'garage; Howard Hamilton 27776
La Porte Ave.. Hayward. California.

K:.. Two Hungarian citizens were

discussing the Soviet bloc's I
MADE HONORARY FRA MEMBER-RADM Joseph M. council for Economic Mutual Aid. '
Carson (left). ComFairJax/NabSix, has been made an honorary
member of the Fleet Reserve Association a* distinction to which First Hungarian: "What is FIRST OFFICERS ORDNANCE CLASS-The first special
few people can claim. He was awarded honorary membershiplast this 'mutual aid' they tank Aviation Ordnance Officer's Class at NATTU graduated last
week at the FRA's national convention at Memphis, Tenn. about?" Friday. The school was set up as a special course to train Marine
Las. year the distinction: of honorary membership in the FRA Corps Officers as ordnance officers. The class was presented
went to ADM Arleigh Burke, then CNO. Here Willis J. CapwelL Second Hungarian: "We help their graduation certificates by LTCOL P. F. Avant. Jr., (left)
MUC, President of Jacksonville Branch 91. which sponsored the Soviets by loading our goods Commanding Officer of Marine Aviation Detachment. The
RADM Carson's nomination for honorary membership presents 0'the train in Hungary, and Second Lieutenants completing the 12 weeks course are: (L to R.)
hunt/ with an invitaton to attend a steak dinner at the Branch 91 David E. Belt John F. Chizxini, Frederick Scharar. Paul T.
clubhouse Saturday. October 13, where the certificate of membership they help us by unloading themin Shaffer and Raymond L. Sims. All are being transferred to the
will be formally presented. Moscow. Air Wings for duty with Marine Ordnance Sections.fl' .

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4 October JAX AIR NEWS

Personnel Are RemindedTo

Check NSLI RecordsThe

Defense Department has again cautioned service
personnel holding National Service Life Insurance (NSLI)

policies to keep their beneficiary designations up to date

with family "situations._._________
A" Defense official said "it .
appears that forgetfulness rather change can be made to
intent" is the reason
the beneficiary designation except -
service members fail to keep by the insured. It is up to
their policies made out to the that
each policy holder to see
beneficiary desired. the beneficiary named is the
holders have the
NSLI policy
one he wants to 'protect.
right to name any one benefic- Although the services have
p iary but the name shown on
v : made every attempt to bring
Veterans Administration records the matter to the attention of

will receive the proceeds of the their personnel, cases still arisein

; VA the
which the pays pro-
\ ; A Dove Season To ceeds of the insurance' policiesto
Y persons other than a deceased -

Open In FloridaSat. member's dependnts.In .
many instances payment is

October' 6 made to former wives, brothersor
., sisters, friends or nondependent -

Dove hunters may take to the parents who were namedas

Florida fields at 1200 Saturday, beneficiaries many years

TRAVELING INVENTORY TAKERS-The Support Equipment Branch Inventory Team of October 6, when the first phaseof prior to the member's death
the Aircraft Maintenance Department have rigged up this traveling office in order to facilitate the 1962'' migratory dove hunting and before he acquired family
inventory of some 4,000 pieces of ground support equipment which has been sub-custodied out in 64 counties, responsibilities of his own.
from Maintenance to various activities here. Begun this week, the inventory is expected to take season opens The change can be made
four to six weeks. (L. to R.), J. Mason AMHC. inventory and records supervisor LTJG Milton T. says the Florida Game Commis- filling
Hirst, shops'division officer N. F. Stuhrk, AMS2, aeronautical support equipment list petty officer with a minimum
and C. R. Call AN who is acting. yeoman for the team. sion.HUNTING WILL BE allowed out VA Form 9-336 and

Fair Practice Code Standards of employment." every day from 1200 until sun sending Insurance it to,: Veterans The Departmentof Admin-
November 4 in most
control assist set
Sponsor, or any first- istration, Washington 25, D.C.O&R's .
I employee organization. However, counties. Counties in which

Sent Agencies Unions for Comment the agency "may furnish cus- phase dove hunting will NOT be
tomary and routine services and allowed are Glades, DeSoto, Har- Younger
Labor Department and the facilities" nondiscriminatory dee, and that portion of Franklin
on a
which conflict with their, organization Retires at 20
Civil Service Commission have basis to all employee groups. County known as Alligator yrs.

jointly issued proposed Stand- interests. REFUSE TO GRANT APPROPRIATE Point. William Younger, Division Supervisor
ards of Conduct for Govern- Fiscal integrity, including full Hunters will be allowed daily of the Power Plant
recognition to
ment employee organizationsand and regular accounting of organization that qualified for it. groups bag limits of 12,. with a total Quality Control Division of Overhaul
a Code of Fair Labor Prac- funds. possession limit of 24. They must and Repair Department, was
tices' for Federal agencies to AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION I Refuse to "hear, consult, confer possess valid hunting licenses, honored by fellow workers at a

follow in carrying out the new which does not meet these or negotiate" with employee available from all County Jud- recent retirement ceremonies.He .

employee-management programin standards may not participatein groups as required by the Ex- ges, and shotguns must be plug served in the Navy for five

Government. A proposed the Federal employee-man ecutive order. ged to three-shell capacity. Rifles years before beginning his Federal

draft of both has been sent to agement program. However, The Code tells employee or-... are prohibited for taking migratory employment at NAS Corpus
agencies and employee organi- recognition may not be with- ganizations they must NOT birds. Christi in 1941.

zations for comment and sug- drawn by an agency without Coerce, intimidate, or interfere Duck stamps are not required' Younger transferred to NAS

gestions before referring the consulting and obtaining an advisory with employees in enjoyment of for taking doves, but will be required Jax in 194where he was employed
draft to the President's Temp- opininon of the Secretary their rights under the Executive to take ducks and geese as an aircraft engine in

orary Committee.THE of Labor. I order-or attempt to induce a- when the waterfowl season opens. spector.
PROPOSED STANDARDSOF The proposed Code of Fair gency management to do these
CONDUCT provide that employee -
Labor Practices spells out things.
organizations must sub- things agencies must NOT do. Coerce or discipline organization
scribe and adhere to the fol-
Specifically, agencies must members in connection with
lowing principles as a conditionof
\ recognition by a Federal NOT: lawful discharge of duties as
INTERFERE WITH restrain, or
agency: Federal employees.
in exercise of
coerce employees
Democratic practices in inter- Threaten call
or engage in
the Executive
any right by
nal affairs.No .
organization which set up the new employee- anj strike, work stoppage, or I Y
Communists or other sub- ; y :
management program. "slowdown" against the Govern- ?a f yy ;, t
versives or those "identifiedwith
corupt practices" as leaders Encourage or discourage mem- ment.
of the organization. bership in any employee group {

Organization officers may not "by discrimination in regard to CommissaryContinued

carryon business activities hiring, tenure, or other conditions.
From Page 1

wholesale price increases and '
thus would have been effected j L
I regardless of the sales organi- : ,:

cis cgEEP O zation.' The Commissary Store, *

supported by funds appropriated p' 81
by Congress, with sales and (
administrati/e personnel being NAVY WIVES CONVENTION-Mrs. Ruth Skapyak and
either enlisted or civil service, Mrs. Nancy Wernet, official delegates from Jax Navy Wives'Club
No. 86, depart for the Club's National Convention which
is not required to generate pro- will be held in Seattle, Washington from October 7 through
fit necessary to pay operating 13th. Mrs. Wernet is the local Club President and Mrs Skapyakis
Just been reading NAS \
expenses. Corresponding Secretary.
Jax Instruction 11320.1C. --- _u_______ ___...._
Seems to me that part which

says, "There shall be 'No
i Smoking' in any sleeping

r t -- quarters on the Station", .J. .;

should be in bigger printing.Our ", "3.:1.:' : ,/.*

record shows eight "I '

times we actually put out

fires in mattresses. That's in :
only for the last six months,
i : :
too. iI,4Ir, ,
Don't know how strong I

can emphasize it. But, please, Li 0) ILJJL
t :; : ....
don't make an ashv of your .C:6.1 wow Yiflr. ;d ".,.:,_,;: v +do xb ':: '
self by smoking in bed. CHAPLAIN'S CONFERENCE Navy area Chaplains pose during monthly conference
held Monday the Officers' Club. Guest speaker for the occasion was Reverend Paul L. Hart-
field. President of the Jacksonville Ministerial Alliance. Also present was RADM Joseph M. Carson -
1 I ComFairJax and NAB 6ND. Conferences are held monthly to discuss common problems and
.' I '
acquaint Chaplains with local ministers.


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Page 8 SAX AIR NEWS 4 October. 1962 I

To Appear Here Oct. 14

Visit To NAS Jax Means

Homecoming To AngelsWhen
Movies will be shown regularly -

I at 1900 on Monday through the Navy's famous Blue Angles flight demon-

',; Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on stration team makes its appearance at NAS Jax on Sunday,

Sunday, at the Mainside and I I'' its f October 14, during the 22nd Anniversary Open House pro

NATTU Theaters and at 1900 only : gram, it will be like coming home to some of the Angles in

II on Supday at the Hospital The- more ways than one. .
I ater. These times are subject to _The Blue Angles were or- ings.

change. ganized here in June 1946 and
Left wing Lieutenant
nude their first public
Thursday, October 4 Neale, 28, of Avalon, Pa., joined.
: ance at the Southeastern Air
Mainside-Advice and Consent. the Angels this year after serving -
Show in Jacksonville that year,
NATTUnit-Not as instructor with VF174at
of This Earth.
it's for
so always coming home
Hospital-Cabinet Cecil Field. He previously
of Caligari. L
the Angels. Too, three of the
served with VF-84 at Oceana
... ,
six pilots plus the public infor-
.y; ,
Friday, October 5 i'srar cdSoyXi+wlio-rar::aaxa..vAv.aarxaxY: : '..vt a aiaC r oiiH'.w+.air. .rua.a.J:C r. wyNrla: >r. 4wS. Va., was deployed with the car-
mation officer will be
Mainside-Roman Holiday. MEET THE BLUE ANGELS-Here are the six membersof coming riers Randolph and Indepen-
NATTUnit-Advise and Con- the famous Blue Angels who will perform their close for back to familiar surroundings, dence.
oration maneuvers for the public 0 at the Open House show at having flown with Jacksonville
sent. NAS Jax on October 14. Three of them are former Jax Navy Navy Squadrons. Right wing man LieutenantDan

Hospital-Not of This Earth. pilots. (L. to R.) are LT Dick Langford. solo pilot, one-time LIEUTENANT COMMANDERKen MacIntyre, 27, makes his

I VF-174 and VF-11 pilot in Jacksonville LT, Dan MacIntyre, permanent home in Burbank,
Saturday October 6 right wing man LCDR Ken Wallace, flight leader, formerly Wallace, flight leader was Calif. LT MacIntyre entered
Mainside-The Wild Westerners. of Jacksonville's VA-44; LT George Neal, left wing man, who special weapons instructor with
flight training as a NAVCAD
once served with Jacksonville's VF-174; Marine CAPT Doug VA-44 in 1959; Lientenant George -
McCaughey, slot man; and LT Lew Chatham, solo pilot. Neale, who flies left wing from Airman School in Norman,
Holiday. Okla. He joined the Angels in
served with VF-174 NAS
at Cecil
Hospital-Advise and Consent. December 1960 after seeing duty
Field from May 1961 until
with VF-111 at Alameda, Calif;
Sunday, October 7 he reported to the Angels; Lieu-
deployed with the USS Benn-
Mainside-Only Two Can Play tenant Dick Langford, one of ington; with VF-124; and served

NATTUnit-The Wild Westerners. the solo pilots, served with VF- with VT-24 at Chase Field,
174 at Cecil Field in 1958, with Texas.

VF-43 at Cecil Field, later re-
Hospital-Roman "
Holiday. -
/.1Zi:! Captain Doug McCaughey, the
jN -'< commissioned VF-11 and also
l..xi.%#: % as only Marine Corps pilot of the
Monday October
8 participated in exercises aboard
team is 30 and is serving his
Mainside-Mr. Hobbs the three carriers
Takes A Mayport-based -
third year with the Angels.
Vacation. the USS Roosevelt Shan-
CAPT McCajghey, who is the
NATTUnit-Only Two Can gri-La and Saratoga. Lieutenant '
slot man, calls Bellevue, Wash-
Play. Hank Giedzinski, public infor-
ington his nome. He served as
Hospital-The Wild mation officer for the Angels
Westerners. .. .. enlisted before
,, an man report-
#ar : .
} 'G.oca iw e: :ac6.Nwr.cww.cvc:w sv.rsowskya: >sr: r itYffrr:.sa. sewed with VA-172 at Cecil
ing for flight training as a NAV-
'CHUTING STARS COMING-Appearing as nonchalant as "Field, aboard the carrier Roose-
Tuesday October 9 if they Jumped off a small cliff, these Navy 'Chuting Stars demonstrate CAD. He has seen duty with
velt and with VA-44 at :N"AS
Mainside-Two precision parachuting techniques as they jump from VMF-235; Helicopter Squadron
Rode Together. their R4D Sky train. They are shown at the moment of exit Jax until 1959. 361 at Santa Ana, Calif.; on
NATTUnit-Mr. Hobbs Takes prior to a 10.000-foot free-fall into space, which they will demo LCDR Wallace, 33, of Eliza-
staff of Marine Air 1 Reserve
A Vacation. onstrate, among other acrobatics, on October 14 here at NAS bethon, Tenn. is a two-time
Jax during the 22nd (Training Command, Glenview,
Hospital-Only Two Can Play. Anniversary Open House Show. member of the Angels. He first
Ill.; VMF-122, Beaufort, S.C.; and
Wednesday, October 10 joined the team following the joined the Angels in December
'Chuting Stars lax Korean War and flew the slot
Mainside Eye 1959.
NATTUnit-Two-Mr. Roberts position for two years. After LIEUTENANT LEW CHAT-

Rode. To- serving aboard the Saratoga
gether. HAM 2i who flies solo, makes
Performance FDR, Forrestal Lake Champlainand
On Oct.14
Hospital-Mr. Hobbs his home in Houston, Texas. He
Takes A Randolph, while with VF-
Vacation. has served with VF-141; deployed -
22, he came to VA-44 at Jax.
Defeated by a heavy wind in their first scheduled He left Jax for completion of with the USS Ranger; with
at NAS Jax VA-126; with VA-112; deployed
appearance last October, the Navy's Parachute degree assignments at Univer-
exhibition team the aboard the USS Hancock. He received -
'Chuting Stars will
try to make goodon sity of -Mississippi after which
NATTU's AE School their second try here at NAS Jax on October 14 during he returned to the Angels in his orders to the Blue
the 22nd Angels in December 1960.
Anniversary Open House Program.me .
July 1960. He has over 3,000
-uiuting Stars were all The other solo member of the
jet hours and 400 carrier land-
set for their initial show in Jax since April 1938. He served at team, Lieutenant Dick ''Lang-
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Plans Open HouseNATTU's last, Fall when officials decided NAS Quonset Point. R. I., with the 'Chuting Stars jump. Servedin ford, is 25 and makes his homein

that the ,winds were too strong VT-3 at Whiting Field and was Korea and many VP squad- San Gabriel, Calif. He is

and the show was cancelled. assigned to the Stars in Jan- rons. Made first jump with the another former NAVCAD. His

Aviation Electrician's They are mighty anxious to per- uary 1962. He made his first 'Chuting stars.N. i first duty came With VF-174

Mates will show their mates what form for the Open House show, jump this dear.Lieutenant A. Neidig, PR1, was picked here in Jacksonville; later trans-

they're doing in AE School on sharing the spotlight with the Junior Grade because of his excellent back- fered to VF-43 at Cecil Field;

October 12. Blue Angels. Frank Pelkey, is the jumpmas- ground as a free-fall jumper.He participated in the shakedown

The AE "B" School opens its THE 'CHUTING STARS who tei. He served in Korea from has served in squadrons and of the carrier Independence;

doors to AE "B" Students and perform exhibitions commonly 1950-53; with VF-12, VF-113, air station. He made first jumpat deployed with Roosevelt, Shan-

instructors, and their families ina known as "skydiving", bail out VF-121 and with the carrier 'Lakehurst. gri-La and Saratoga out of May-

Dependents Open House.ARRANGEMENTS i at 12,500 feet from their plane. Shangri La. He made his first R. M. Collinsgru. PR1, saw port. He reported to the team in

HAVE I The jumpers then free-fall two parachute Jump in 1950 while service in Korea aboard the November 1961.

BEEN made with the Navy Wives miles through space. Duringthis attending parachute rigger LEyte; was attached to VX-3 andVF11 Public Information Officer for

Nursery to care for pre-school 60-second plunge the chut- school at Lakehurst, N J, ; one-time instructor at the demonstration team, Lieu-

children whose mothers may at- ing Stars Lt.aln speeds of two W. E. Addison, PRCS, leading parachute rigger school.K. tenant Hank Giedzinski, 28, of

tend. miles a minute, while performing -II chief of the 'Chuting Stars. D. DOC LENTZ. HM2, Columbus, Misisssippi, also entered -

acrobatics, criss-crossing .and Addison saw action in the South served in South Pacific and the service as an enlisted

The program will begin at passing batons in mid-air. Pacific during WWII. SerVed Korea with Marine Corps. Sec- : man and entered flight trainingas

1300 when all guests will gatherat Leaders of the 'Chuting Starsis ,with VPHL-9, VP-7, VP-14, the ond year with team made first a NAVCAD. He has served .

King Hall. Lieutenant Commander Bruce latter three Jax squadrons. He jump in 1960.F. with VA-172 nt Cecil=l Field; with

There, Captain H. D. Allen, Cobb. Cobb flew 95 combat mis- nude his first jump, in 1945 Moncrief, EM2, a Navy VF-22; deployed with the carrier -

NATTU Commanding Officer sions during the Korean War and was assigned to the teamin frogman for seven years priorto FDR and the Randolph; and

Commander E. F. Verdery, NAT-or and prior to his assignment with October 1961. joining Stars. Made his first was special weapons instructor
TU Executive Officer, will wel- the parachutists 'was an instructor H. W. PICARD PRC an ex- jump at Ft. Benning, Ga. with VA-44 here at NAS in

come the guests.Lieutanent at VT-3, NAS Whit- perienced test jumper with, 440 B. W. Bristow, YN2, a qualified 1958-59. He was ordered to the

ing Field, Pensacola and served test jumps to his credit. Saw ( submariner, joined team Angels in March 1961.A .

Commander C. L. with NAS Pfnsacola. action during the Korean War. this year. Gained experience vital member of the An-

Haverty, AE "B" School Training THE OTHER MEMBERS of Made his first jump in 1949. jumping with various clubs.R. gels is Lieutenant Ray Ather-

Officer, will address the group the 'Chuting Stars are: He has served with VF, VP, and F. Wohlford, 'PR2, another ton, 31, the engineering officer,

after which they'll divide into Lieutenant Herman Bischoff, VR squadrons, aboard the Wasp original: member of the team. from Payette, Idaho. Athertonis

groups .for guided tours; includ- assistant officer in charge, who ard as an experimental jumper.He Made his first jump in 1959. in charge of r crew of 50 enlisted -

ing presentation in the various is in his second year with the joined the Stars in 1961.E. Was test jumper at El Centro. men whose job is main-

areas. team. He is a naval aviator who P. Kruse, PRC, assigned to A. C. Reik, PR2, a new mem- taining the aircraft in top-notch

served as an instructor in the the team in 1961. Saw action in ber of the team who made his condition. These men are sel-
According to LCDR Havery, Training Command and with Korea and nerved with VA-55
I first jump in 1958. Formerly ected from a long list of volunteers -
this open house gives the Navyman's VR-1. He was ordered to the aboard the Coral Sea and Ti- jumped with civilian clubs.B. through extensive scre-

dependents an excellent op- Stars in March 1961. conderoga. Fir't jumped in '52. E. Fraley, PR3, second ening process, they represent the

portunity to see exactly what he Lieutenant Thomas Erickson, W. J. Prout, ADI, plane cap- year man. Made his first jumpat finest technicians the Navy has

does with his day in school. liason officer, a Naval aviator tain of the R4D-8 from which Ft. Benning; Ga. to offer.I .

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