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You Have Until June 30 To Submit Your Insigne DesignThe

Naval Air Station's are eligible to submit designs. I, ((1)) CARTOON portrayalsare (3)) To ensure good visibility instructions as listed above;

search for an official in- The winning design will bring not acceptable. characteristics, the design must be submitted on white

signe is but a week old and a $50 cash award, while sec- ((2)) Original heraldic designs should be placed in good color bond paper, 8xlO/4 inches; be
already there are entries. ond and third best will be symbolizing the mission outlined in black india ink;
The contest, announced by good for $25 each. A panel of performed by the commandare contrast. and be colored with wax cra-
the commanding officer last judges from various depart- desired. Mission of NASis (4)) The insigne shall be yons or color pencils.

week, is being conducted to ments will select the best in- primarily fleet support. contained in a circle with a Designs must be submittedto
select an official insigne, or signia. These
designs may portray diameter of six inches. the Service Information Of-
insignia as most people call All designs must follow the beasts, fowl, fish, instruments, Each design must be sub-
it for the Station. fice, Box Two, Main Adminis-
instructions as listed in NAS or weapons typical of the sea mitted in accordance with cer-
ALL HANDS civilian and Jax Notice 5030, which are as or the principal area of opera- tain requirements, which are: tration Building, prior to June
military, aboard the Station follows: tion of the command. all submissions must follow 30, 1961.

I ;

Exams Show

Seven In Ten J1lX

Get PromotedFebruary

examination figure ..
show that 70 percent of all Navy
men and women passing advancement Vol. 19 No. 12 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 22 June 1961ASSUMES

in rating exams are
being promoted to the next
higher rates. This is about seven Rear Adm. Carson To

out of every 10 persons who wI1;
passed the exams.A .

total of 94,057 men and tL Take Post WednesdayRear

women passed exams for advancement -

to pay grades E-4
through E-7 and 63,886 of this Adm. Joseph M. Carson, formerly Commander of

number are being promoted. Naval Forces in the Philippines, will take over as Com-
Petty officer stripes are goingto mander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air

30,975 new E-4s, 18,351 E-5s,' Bases Sixth Naval District in ceremonies set for 1000 next

6,141 E-6s and 8,419 new chiefs. Wednesday at the Band Shellat at Rabaul, the Gilbert Islands

Only seven ratings scored 100 NAS Jax.A and Kwajalein. Later, as chiefof
NATIVE OF Enniskillen,
percent promotion in all four staff for Carrier Task Force
Ireland and a 1925 graduate of
pay grades. They were fire con- 77, he participated in the Battleat
the Naval Academy, Admiral
trol technician nuclear
weaponsman Leyte Gulf. The war's end
Carson becomes the ninth Com-
electronic technician, opti- found him in command of NAS
mander Fleet Air Jacksonvillesince
calman, musician, aviation fire Glenview, Ill., from where he
the command commis-
control technician and the boiler- was returned to sea in 1947 to com-
sioned in November 1948.
man-boiler repairman combina- mand the USS Salerno Bay and
Admiral Carson was reared
tion. the USS Mindoro.
and attended high school in
Forty-five ratings had a 100 Front Royal, Va. He has been In J950 Admiral Carson commanded -

percent promotion rate among L %. i identified with naval aviation Fleet Air Wing} Six
those passing exams for third since 1927. After serving for a which saw action during the
class petty officer. For those go- period with the fleet he earnedhis Inchon landing in Korea. He
ing to second class, all of the test Navy wings in 1928 and saw further action during the

passers were selected for promo- served as an aviator in various I Korean conflict as commanding
tion in 39 rates. Twenty-three ships and squadrons of the fleet officer of NAS Memphis, Tenn.

ratings among those going to until 1941 when he became com- THE NEW COMFAIRJAX and

first class recorded 100 percent manding officer of the Naval Re- ComNabSix was promoted to

promotion percentages.In serve Aviation Base, Anacostia, Rear Admiral on June 1 in 1953
1960 10,441 new chiefs were and since that time has servedas
promoted with 27 ratings show- W4A D.C.DURING WORLD War II he Commander Fleet Air West-

ing 100 percent. advancement. ..n. served as air officer and lateras ern Pacific, chief of staff and
Only- 18-- ratings scored a perfect COMMAND WEDNESDAY-Rear Adm. Joseph executive officer of the USS aide to Commander Air Force,

promotion record this year. M. Carson will formally take over Jacksonville area's most Bunker Hill, participating in U.S. Pacific Fleet and as Com-
senior naval post, that of Commander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand strikes against enemy strongholds (Please Turn to Page 6. Col. 5))
Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, in changeof
command ceremonies scheduled for next Wednesday. The
Wave Leadership Band ceremonies Shell.TwinSquadronsReunited., which will be brief will take place at 1000 at the I wri.g

,r'f< aClfErY
School "
OrganizedBy ..,?M'r 4> ;IG'} +

NAT Unif _

PeriodTwin 4 :
The Naval Air Technical During Training

Training Unit's Leadership tr'
School, under the direction of sister patrol squadrons were temporarily reunited ,5u %' ':

Comdr. L. F. Cooney, is being here this week when Reserve VP-742 commenced its annual Yr i f y'

. expanded to include a leadership two-week active duty cruise with the Eagles of VP-16 as 9 S Cv'i: !
course for Waves.

The first class of the two-week, host.The close relationship between the antisubmarine squadrons .
40-hour course will begin August dates back to February r!+ffY.S
7, with Wave pupils assigned attending perform all the tasks normally
1953, when reserve personnelfrom
antisubmarine :
an squadron. -
four hours of instructioneach : S !' S
former VP-741, f
This includes employing the ____ %
morning.The a year's active duty in con- latest type electronics equipmentin
women will be instructedin War '
nection with the ,
locating, identifying and simu-
seven basic subjects, including were released to inactive dutyto <' \
lated "killing" of subs anywhereover
leadership, customs and cour- form VP-742, and the mother
the vast of the
tesies, world affairs, militarylaw organization was commissioned a ranges < : X1} "
Western Atlantic. VP-16, com- _
communism U.S. Govern- !
squadron in the regular Navy manded by Comdr. Robert G. .
ment, management and physical I and redesignated VP-16. Nine .," .." *;.'> i: j'Y"/' .?" "':'w >;
Bagby, will provide observersto ':: ;
fitness. original members of old "741"are accompany each flight in the [ ,. )I .J ;;' ;1f .ft Jl

Organization of the school was still attached to reserve VP- P2V Neptune.The :._
made possible by the recent addition -
to the NATTU staff of 742.The final day will be devotedto TRAINS WITH FORMER SQUADRON Comdr. L. M.
activated "Weekend War- Green. (right), of Orlando executive officer of reserve Patrol
Ens. B. J. Honstein as Wave Ad- riors" of VP-742, commanded by a readiness inspection to de- Squadron 742 and LtJg( ). William D. Whittle, reserve liaison
ministrator. She will be assistedby termine how well civilian Navy- officer for VP-16 check their course before taking off on an
regularly assigned instructorsP. Comdr. F. D. Murphy, are under men keep abreast of the latest anti-submarine training patrol over the Atlantic. A NAS Jax

W. Hetz, AECS; R. W. Smith, operational control of Commander ASW technical developments and "Weekend Warrior" squadron VP.742 is here on its annual
two-week training cruise with VP-16 as host squadron. Comdr.
AECS; and H. E. McQuaig, Fleet Air Wing 11. During I maintain skills as submarine Green formerly served with VP-16 when on active duty and LL
ABEC. their two-week cruise they will I (Please Turn to Page 6. CoL 5)) Whittle plans to Join VP.742 when he returns to civilian life.




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22 June 1961



I Men Receive

. NAS, Jacksonville f }:
i Capt. James R. Reedy ......-.......N..........._......._._....._. ...-....Commanding Officer '
: Comdr, Robert Nelson.........._,.__.._._.__.... Executive Officer
I NAB Six; Fleet Air Jacksonville I PromotionsCongratulations
Capt. Graytton H. Weber.....__..................-..Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville ('
Capt. Nelson M. Head......_.._......._.?....Commander Naval Air Bases 6ND ci1t for outstana-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Renfro Turner, }',.-.........n.--.......,,,... ..._._.....,.,.._,__..._._.._.._.....Commander .... ing achievement were extended
Comdr. Murlin W. Alley......_..._._.._....-...... __Chief Staff Officer : by Comdr. W. M. Miller, executive
Naval Air Technical Training Unit officer of Naval Air Reserve
Capt. Robert J. Flemlng .........._...____.. Commanding Officer ,.:'.. 1v Unit to NARTU
Comdr. Marion K. Smith_....____.__...-.,,__........Executive Officer ., '. Training PC"-
Naval Hospital itt: :::) .. sonnel; recently advanced in ratt-

Capt. William/ L. Engleman-..... .r----,1, ..r........__.Commanding Officer : ::: Comdr. Miller, addressing the
Capt. Stephen H. Tftimt...- ...... executive OfficerNaval
at a personnel inspection
Air Reserve Training Unit
Capt. F. H. Holt_......,......_?.........,..,?_._ L ,____ __Commanding Officer called attention to the fact that
Comdr. William M. Miller..._....................._.. Executive Officer in this time of many rates being
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at closed or frozen, it was an honorto
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1
1958. Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet Air have so many men being ad-
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing vanced.
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. Certificates of advancementwere
Service Information Officer.,.... ..-....__..._Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnti, Jr.
Assistant ServIce Information f>fflrfr...,.,.,.,,?..._?...Andrew H. Planey given R. S. Williams.
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb; Staff-Mae Spencer J01; Sandy Martinson, BMCA; F. McClelland, ADCA;
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. Ralph Rivas, AD1; Gene W. Hor-
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In-
AD1 Thomas W. Lynch
ternatlonal Councili of Industrial Editors. ton, ;
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material > .J A01; Rodney G. Peters, ATI;
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs Preston E. Luck, PR1; EdwardO.
unless otherwise credited, arc official U.S. Navy Photographs. DESIGNING DUO-With their signs, artwork and designs Brehme, PR1; Melvin B. Bras-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone having now become an accepted activity in Heavy Photographic
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. Squadron 62. Frank Hopkins (left) and Bill Kern both photo- well, YN1; Ernest F. Barnes,
grapher's mate third class, discuss designs as they ready another AK1; Jack S. Chittiok; AD2;
informative and decorative poster for display in squadron John L. Cereijo Jr., AD2; and

Are You In The 21 Club? working murals.areu. Their handiwork ranges from signs and chartsto Dale P. Osborn, AT2.

Also, Joseph M. Millman, AT2;

On May 17, 1958, the Secretary of the Navy signed "Gen- Sam B. Coleman, AT2; Frank C.
eral Order No. 21," titled "Naval Leadership." Purpose of VAP-62 Artists Brighten McNaby Jr., AMS2; John R. Sut-

the order is to develop and improve Naval Leadership. How ton, YN2; Johnnie P. McEachern

many of us know some of the reasoning behind its origin? YN2; J. C. White, PH2; Manuel
What does it state, and what is expected of us? Squadron With Handiwork J. Marshall Jr., ADR3; John L

THE ORDER WAS DESIGNED to reemphasize and revitalize .L Thompson, AD3; Charles S.

Naval Leadership in all its respects. Attitudes of in- Art-its meaning, and its varied theme, plus hundreds of other Hughes, A03; Thomas B. Frey,

difference on the part of many men, lack of interest in the techniques to most peopleis signs and posters relating force- AT3; John R. Elstad, AT3; Wai-'

Navy, and in some instances, open hostility, ruin morale quite vague. Yet nothing is ful military jargon. lace L. Travis, AMS3; James F

and destroy espirt de corps. This is well illustrated by the fact more inspiring than watching a Both Kern and Hopkins con- Ward Jr., YN3; Lacy ThorntonJr.

that 69,000 men per year are awarded some disciplinary ac- talented artist express himself cur that their sketching beganat ., PN3; Howard J. Smith.

tion with many being second or third time offenders. with a pencil or pen. a pre-school age, but neither PN3; William H. Stoots, AK3;

Another reason why we need General Order No. 21 was Two third class photographers, has had professional art courses. and Louis J. Ravese, AK3.

illustrated during the Korean conflict when some of our Bill Kern and Frank Hopkins, Kern did perform a stint of on-

military personnel collaborated with the enemy. It is said attached to Heavy Photographic the-job training with Swift Sign
that 70 of all service enhancing the Warrant Deadline
percent personnel collaborated with Squadron 62 are Company, Evansville, Ind. He later
their communist captors on at least one occasion. surroundings of the squadron's his
sign painting
THE COMMUNISTS MAINTAIN that the American Photo Interpretation Center with opened shop in his hometown own of Wash- Extended To Aug. 1

fighting man had little or no concept of moral values, not their artistic creations. ington, Ind.Hopkins .
even the basic differences between right and wrong, also DIVISION supervisors alloted is most talented in The deadline for submission of
that he had little understanding of American for permanent appointment -
political philo- and applications
them a special corner proper creative or animated drawing,
sophy and felt that he had been forced into the military equipment in the mapping while Kern's speciality is letter- to Navy warrant officer -

service as though in slavery and wanted nothing in the i section of VAP-62 where they ing techniques. Wl through W4 has been

world but to get"out. These are but a few of the basic.rea- could have their paintspreading BOTH MEN HAVE won many extended, to August 1, 1961, says
sons behind General Order No. 21. BuPersNote 1120 of May 25.
awards. his
art Hopkins
GENERAL ORDER NO. 21 states that every naval Thus far their creations include greatest thrill was creating a In this connection, the Compt-
leader must be in himself an example of our military ideals.
beautifully painted roller General of the United
many series of designs for the Secre-
The Navy has long been recognized for the high quality of
its officers and men. murals slanting a "security" tary of the Army, Honorable States ruled on May 12 that a
Richard Jackson. Kern is win- temporary warrant officer, whois
Our job is to effect good leadership which is based on otherwise entitled is eligibleto
ner of the National Book Week
dependable guidance, personal example, and moral responsi- contest. be paid mustering out pay
bility. Combat readiness requires that all in authority ob- Chief Mercer poster
serve in themselves the standards of moral behavior and The Navy artists say they intend upon acceptance of a permanent
devotion to duty laid down in Navy Regulations.THE to complete college and commission which thereby

KEY TO OUR successful Naval Leadership is self- Top Teacher continue their art careers. permanent enlisted status.

discipline and attention based on moral responsibility. (From .
the "Stock-Line," newspaper of Aircraft Ferry Squadron

Thirty-One..) With NAMTGLooking
F j pie

VP-30 Will Get for an outstanding } $: ,
Vacation LamentMy teacher? One of the best in the

area is Richard L. Mercer, chief
New CO June
typist has gone on hir Aviation Fire Control Technician,
instructor with Naval Air Mobile
Comdr. L. T. Barco, Jr., will holiday
be relieved as commanding officer My typist has gohn on a Training Group.
Mercer has been selected as
of Patrol Squadron 30 spree.
by the "Best Instructor of the Year"
MX typish hap hyr
Comdr. T. R. McClellan at 1000 gone on
haliduyA by the local NAMTG. He was
on June 27.
Comdr. Barco, has received gring bacq my hypist to judged on his teaching ability

orders to the Naval War College, me.Bling and procedures.The .
Newport, R.I., to attend the Na- bac% oK sring back top instructor teaches ,
val Warfare Course.As Oh Bynk b4ck mu typisthto maintenance equipment of the :

the first skipper of VP-30, mi, tu mo, missile, Sparrow III and has been V'a
Comdr. Barco had the task of Btung bicq osling 8ack performing this job for the past

putting into motion the complex Ah Blynch Baff my tupy year. Mercer has been assignedto A
antisubmarine warfare training tu m? NAMTG for three years.

syllabus that now comprises the Odaern! Prior to assuming his current K3A

squadron's mission.No duties he was an instructor at _
newcomer to ASW, Comdr., the Naval Air Weapons School,
Sergeant: "What's the first
Barco served as commanding officer Naval Air Technical Training
thing do in cleaning a rifle?"
you Unit known AEO
of VP.16 prior to taking currently as
Rookie: "Check the serial num- School, for three
the reins of VP-30 last June. years.
ber." BEST TEACHER-Lcdr. Ralph M. Kingsley, Naval AirMobile
Comdr. McClellan, 1943 Mercer received an engraved
blazes has Group Area Representative (left), presents the
Sergeant: "What in
Naval Academy graduate, comes plaque and a letter of recom- 5a Instructor of the Yew" plaque to Richard L. Mercer
to VP-30 from VP-49 in Ber- that got to do with cleaning it? mendation from Lcdr. Ralph M. V his teaching abilities and procedures during the pastyear.
Rookie: "Make sure I'm clean- was also given letter for his
muda where he served as com- Kingsley, NAMTG Area Repre- efforts. He a of commendation
leaches maintenance equipment of the missile Spar-
manding officer. ing my own rifle.. sentative. row III.


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22 June 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

: l' IRD Answers Questions

Y at On InsuranceSince
v Employee
.a.jv .Z {d } r

the current Employees' Health Insurance Program

became effective In July 1960, various questions by

'c ( employees arise from time to time regarding its benefits.To .

2 answer specific questions and furnish other informa-
k : :l"E flap d f tion, the .NAS Industrial Relations Department is providing -

I explanatory articles for use in the Jax Air News.

One of the and -
many uppermost -
ered by another plan either by
questions in employee's
law or employment. An exampleof
,.,;; L: minds currently, said IRD, is that
double law is
: S coverage by
of double What is
the Armed Forces Medicare or
double ?
coverage State Health Insurance Program.

Double coverage is said to Double coverage by employmentexists
exist only when a person is cov- only when an employer,

government or private, makes a

financial contribution, a payroll

deduction, or a substantial con-
rrThunday tribution of services or suppliesto

the employee's coverage.
SIGN OF THE TIMEs-Grouped around Comdr. L. T.
Barco, Jr., (center), commanding! officer of Patrol Squadron 30 Double coverage does not, how
Civilians Give are key personnel who helped attain the 100 percent reenlist. ever, necessarily mean that no
ment record of the squadron during! its first year of commission. June 22 benefits will be paid by govern-
Blood June 28 Admiring the 100 percent "Sign of the time" held by their
skipper are (left to right). R. G. Jimenez. PN2 F. Dias, AO1 Mainside-The Angry Silence, ment-wide plans, but that they
Blood Donor Day for civilian J.W. Nothafl AMH1 Comdr. M. W. Greenstein, squadron exec; 1900 only. will be limited to the extent ex-
personnel has been set for A. E. Deviia, AMCS: W. A. Sadowski. ADR1 E. R. Heft AMH1, NA'M'Unit-Fighting Pimpernell plained. Policies held by em-

June 28 at the Mainside Dispensary and A. R. Gastiger PN1. 1900 only. ployees, in addition to their gov-

Building 8. Donationswill Hospital-Elephant Walk, 1900 I ernment plan, are not considered

be taken from 0830 to VP-30 Has Perfect Reup only. double coverage and will not affect -
1200. Friday. June 23 payments of governmentwide -
plan benefits. Some
Persons interested in giving Mainside Captain Scarlett, non-
blood at that time are urgednot Record During First YearWhat 1900 only. government plans have similar
I restrictions on double coverage,
to eat a heavy breakfastthat NATTUnit The Angry
while others do not.
morning nor eat fatty better way could a squadron celebrate its first Silence, 1900 only.
foods and drink lots of Hospital-Fighting Pimernell, Information on other questions
liquids anniversary than with a 100 percent reenlistment record?
during the four hours prior to Since being commissioned in -- 1900 only. frequently asked on the insur-

giving the blood.Employees June 1960 Patrol Squadron number one of all Atlantic Fleet Saturday. June 24 ance programs will be released

giving blood will 30 has reenlisted every man that VP squadrons. It is believed this Mainside Hoodlum Priest, periodically by IRD.Assessments .

be able to get a light snack at has been eligible, first cruise as record is still Intact. 1900 only.

the Civilian Cafeteria shortly well as career, with a fiscal year Attainment of the 100 percent NATTUnit-Captain Scarlett, 167168The
thereafter. total of 23. Through the first reenlistment rate is said to be 1900 only.
Employee's Mutual Death
half of fiscal '61, VP-30 ranked no accident but, rather, is credit- Hospital-The Angry Silence,
, 1900 Benefit Society has issued notice
ea 10 the squadrons eight graduates only.
, of the career appraisal Sunday. June 25 advising members that assess-
Chief Dinkins Has Perfect ments 167 and 168 are due and
school, all who work actively on Mainside Sword And The payable by June 26.
reenlistments. Dragon, 1400 and 1900.

Attendance With VR.7 42 They are: A. R. Gastiger, PN1, NATTUnit The Hoodlum only.
unit counselor; B. F. Smatla, Priest, 1400 and 1900. NATTUnit-Bridges of Toko

ADR1; W. A. Sadowski, ADR1; Hospital Captain Scarlett, Ri, 1900 only.Hospital .
Casey O. Dinkins, ADJC, of VR-742 at NARTU Jax has W. L. Woodall, AT1; L. L. Be- 1900 only. Sword And The

done it again. He has completed 15 years of duty as a Se- dell, AMH1; J. W. Nothaft, Monday June 26 Dragon, 1900-only.Wednesday .
lected Reserve "Weekend Warrior" without missing a single AMH1; F. Dias, AOl; and E. R. Mainside-Bridges of Toko Ri,
drill or squadron cruise. Heft, AMH1. In addition, the 1900 only. June 28

With the Naval Air Reserve squadron I&E Officer, Lt. "A" NATTUnit-Sword And The Mainside-Big Combo, 1900

Training Unit since its incep- C. Yelle, is ably assisted by R. Dragon, 1900 only. only.

tion in July 1946, Chief Dinkins < 3 G Jimenez, PN2, and D. Amen- Hospital-The Hoodlum Priest, NATTUnit Sanctuary, 1900
has attended his monthly drills dola, SN.Comdr.. 1900 only. only.

without fail, to rack up a com- L. T. Barco Jr., squadron Tuesday June 27 Hospital-Bridges of Toko Ri,
plete 100% record of attendance.He .
commanding officers, main-
Mainside Sanctuary, 1900 1900 only.A .
has never missed a squadron tains that this enviable record
cruise in all this time. .
; has been the result of a con-
Being a "Plank Owner" f tinuous effort on the part of the

"Dink" is a familiar figure : division officers, division petty
around Hangar 113. He remembers officers and the entire squadron.
l' when the unit was located t > s :t), .

at Cecil Field and was a small 7.j r,. F.
group compared to the outstand s''> '' ;, .
' With TheToastmasters f 5/ 5. V.. :
ing organization it is today. 96
.. ......
;; { I..ui;? 1I"fi! But keeping a perfect attend-
"OLD SALT" With the Na- s Y ao
ance record in the ,reserves is -
val Air Reserve Training Unit
only one of "Dink's" many Jax since its beginning in July

achievements. Setting out to 1946 Casey O. Dinkins, ADJC.of An impromptu political rally, < .9
finish his schooling, he receiveda VR.742 has a 100 percent something new for Mar-Nav
drill attendance for 15 straight
delayed high school diploma in years. Dinkins is an employeeof Toastmasters, was held at the Ui :
1947; in 1951 he entered Jack- Overhaul and Repair De- group's meeting last week dur- rbf< r,. f..f 4'r at

sonville Junior College, receiv- partment NAS Jax. ing which members elected a ,'
new Justice of the Peace for
ing the Associate of Arts degreein
Duval District 4.
County, t '
History and Government in ; 5 __
Elected to the post was Frank _____
June 1960-a total of 9 Trailer. Bill
years- ,House Herron who was nominated, in a 4//5
and all done'at evening classes. six minute speech by Riley Col- S

For 19 years, "Dink" has beena Goes To CongressThe lins. Also nominated for the post

civil service employee. The was Hal Higgins, by Bill Collins. y
long awaited trailer allowance Officiating during the meetingwere
past ten have been as supervisorof
bill may soon becomea Wally Miller, chairman;
of Power Plant
machine shop reality. The bill has gone to Paul LeBlanc, toastmaster of the

Division at Overhaul and Re- Congress for consideration.If evening; Bob Qualls, election

pair Department at NAS Jax. passed the bill would have chairman; Jim Evans, topicmaster $7,000 CUSTOMER A purchase by Robert W. Smith
the military services pay ; and Bob Tillman, general (right), chief aviation electrician's mate of Naval Air Reserve
trailer haulers for movementof evaluator. Training Unit, last week brought receipts of the Navy Exchange
Optical Dispensary at the Naval Hospital to the $7,000 mark
Jack: Did you hear about that service personnel's private. since its establishment March 27, 1961. Daniel W. Harris mana-
artist who couldn't draw his ly owned trailers just as they He's a psycho-ceramic." ger of the facility assists Smith in selecting new frames from
breath? pay for movement of house- "What's that?" some styles stocked. The facility is the only one of its kindon
Mack: "No. What about him?" hold effects. the Station which repairs glasses replaces frames and fills
"A crackpot. prescriptions for new glasses.
Jack: "He's dead.

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! I Ij

j : Vacation Finances Low? Local AFMA

I Visit Local Credit UnionMost a Chapter Holds

schools are closed for the First MeetingClose
vacations and the financing pre-
summer and undoubtedly many
sents no problem. On the other to 70 charter membersof
families are contemplating a vacation -
hand unforeseen has formed Jacksonville
of some sort. Perhaps it something the newly

will simply involve a trip to the happened and finances are some- Chapter of the Armed Forces
what strained. Where best to go Management Association were on
center of the state, or maybe a
distant but to your Jax Navy Federal hand for the first business meet-
longer trip to a more
place. Credit Union for such help. ing of the group held last Thurs-

On taking vacations in day at the Officers Club here.
Many have prepared for theseIfYa' many
instances, the family car becomesthe I c t i is Objectives and some of the

means of transporting the plans for the future were spelledout
family. Is it in safe driving con for the members by president

dition? A small loan may put the pro-tern Capt. James R. Reedy,

old buggy in good shape and NAS Jax commanding officer,

make the trip possible.It and by committee chairmen.AT .
Ask UsWith
may be that plans are to THE NEXT meeting to be

forego the vacation and rewardthe s held on July 20, the charter will
the race in space ex
with automobilethis ay and officials of the
family a new be presented
ploration continuing at a "fullspeedahead" -
pace along with year. The Credit Union rate II club will be elected. The nomi-

much talk about "moon probes," of 3/4. of one per cent interest a nating committee presented its

do ytiu believe that a rocket may month when purchasing a new slate of candidates for office dur-

car is very attractive. The Credit ing Thursday's meeting.
the and
soon be sent to moon ;).1
brought back? If so, and travelto Union has financed over 400 cars ->> { ..: ;.. Guest speaker William Johnson -
In the past few years, saving of
and from the moon was accomplished : executive vice president
members considerable money. It .: .: ;. !4 Area Chamberof
how would like the Jacksonville
you / ..
to make such a trip? is with a reasonably low interest I. jii :' ; Commerce, emphasized the

"I don't think it can be done rate and a further reduction AFMA CONFERENCE-Capt. James R. Reedy (seated left). need for good management and

within the next couple of years. being realized through the "In NAS Jax commanding officer, explains objectives and plans of the dangers of poor management.
terest Refund Plan" that these the newly organized local chapter of the Armed Forces Manage.
I don't think mint Association to William Johnson, executive vice president of DURING THIS critical period of

that man could savings are brought about. the Jax Chamber of Commerce. Johnson, who was guest speakerat money shortage, establishmentssuch

make the longtrip a The Credit Union is located in the chapter's first business meeting last Thursday, emphasizedthe as NAS Jax can best be
F Building 39 at NAS Jax. need tor sound management policies. Looking on are Capt. of
and survive. : James J. Davis, Jr. (standing, left) and Phil Myers, who are prepared to meet the battle
_.!. Y vice chairman and survival with sound and solid
i would serving temporarily as secretary respectively.

like to go to : management, Johnson said.
I Some 90 members have already

the moon it _I':: Insurance Agents Surplus Sales Holds First been enrolled in the Jax chap-

would be an interesting :: : Barred By Navy ter of the AFMA, which is a na-

trip. ; :, tional non-profit organization devoted -
I Four insurance agents, three
Besides being : Combined Sale Bid to the improvement of
and exciting, a Packardnew successful of them in the Jax area, have Spot management throughout the De-
barred from
been permanently
space trip to the moon would fense Department.
soliciting the sale of commer- $600,000 worth of
B'dding on approximately surplus
open a new frontier. Frank W. Membership is composed
Packard, SN, VA-44. cial life insurance on board in- Government property at the first combined Spot Bid Sale both military and civilian per-

"Man will stallations of the Departmentof was held at Orlando Air Force Base on May 24 by the U.S.
not make a trip to field.
sonnel in the management
the moon too soon but probablywill the Navy for having vio- Navy Consolidated Surplus Sales Office in Jacksonville.The .
sale covered surplus Gov- Ultimate eligibility of the membership -
lated established naval regula-
be able to in the near fu-
tions. ernment property located at Or- I of Cocoa, Fla., on a bid of $65. shall be decided by the
ture. I couldn'tsay
lando AFB, Patrick AFB and Mc- Other values at the sale includeda membership committee.
: how long it The men are: B. J. Schme- new
Dill AFB, Florida. Bids on the railway tank. car, sold for $921;
.,: would take but chel and R. L. Sparks, both
1 first 100 items were disposed of a semi-trailer, at $711.11; a car-
.. : I am sure I of Jacksonville Beach C. E.
{ at the rate of better than onea go truck, $201; radial B17 air- WANT YOUNG LADIES
would like to Jr. Jax and
Jordan Harry
minute. Bids were received craft engines, $344.44 each; a
f'' take a trip to Francisco Calif. ladies interested in the
Philpott, San Young
from as far away as Tacoma, missile launcher, $868.10 and
.; the moon. Itt Washington. miscellaneous lots of furniture, third class of the Junior Army-

would be something Approximately 300 lots of excess electronic parts, clothing and material Navy Guild Organization are

new to property were sold at the I handling equipment. urged to contact Mrs. Schlang at

Figueira learn about and FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION sale.Much This type sale, being the first Ext. 8645 prior to July 11.

something I have never experienced sought after by the bid- in the Florida Area under the JANGO girls are trained innurse's
before." Michael A. Gomes ders were sedan automobiles. The new department of Defense Sales

Figueira, ADJ2, TAD to ABC most expensive model, a 1951 : Concept, is said to have created aid type duty, qualifying -

School from VF-101, Key West. New president of Fleet Re- Chevrolet four-door, went to the I enthusiastic interest among the them for such positions in

"Most definitely! We will serve Association, Branch 126, King Iron and Metal Company bidders. I various hospital facilities.

make a trip to the moon becauseof is Walter H. Johnson who was

the fantastic improvements.. elected to that post during
man has made nJnnfmattmnn --, branch elections held at the Yu-

in the past 10 J kon meeting hall last week.

years which we 'I Also elected to other branch

never dreamed <. offices for the coming year were s o

of in the last 20 Dewitt T. Beard, vice president;

.: Wilson H. Sandefer, secretary-
In 1970
years. ;
I treasurer and 14 others to the
will reach } '
man :
t- board of directors.
the moon. It
Board of directors members
would be the
elected include L. P. Whitmire,
greatest desire Antonucci
J. E. Murphy J. R. Whitmire,
to the
of my life to make a trip
Lowell I. Lorbeer John T.
moon." GySgt. Russell L. An- ,
Crotty, William L. Wood, Pete
tonucci, MARTD."I .
definitely believe that man J. Kozar, Louie Lindsey, OrrinL.

will successfully reach the moon Allen, Michael Tkac, Harold -

and return to earth. It will be E. McQuaig, E. P. Miniard, 4
A. J. Eckert and R. E. Mitchell.All .
::: ." done within
I- newly elected officers are
the next seven
scheduled to be installed offi-

.1" years because at the annual President's .
,. cially ,,,,,,, t'a'
of the
: present Ball, July 15, at the Riverside _
F :,';: pace. If its Lions Club.

..;;i:: proves safe and
The next regular meeting of <.
....1 if there is anything -
the branch is set for 2000, July
'"....... : ; to see 20. Next regular meeting of the
.: : :;}.ithere: I would +y ,
Ladies Auxiliary, Unit 126, is at
Lylet be happy to go 13. SHADES CF THE 90's-This may have been the thoughts and jesting remarks of Golden
but I wouldn't want to be the July Nugget Club teenagers here that brought the smiles as they paused at pool-side during their

one to make the initial trip." For FRA information, call "splash party" at the Officer's Club pool last Saturday night. Apparently kidding and admiring

Lt. Royce Lyles, two weeks Lowell I. Lorbeer at EV 45708or the "old style" suit of Mike McIntyre, which is becoming the vogue recently, are (left to right)
Gail Shawcross Cheryl Fultz, Patricia Deckle (kneeling), Mike, Pam Chapman and Sandi Jones.
training duty here at NAS Supply Harold E. McQuaig at NAS
The club holds for
weekly outings teenage dependents of personnel of all ranks, both officer
Jax Ext. 8219. and enlisted.

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< : Pan Handlers Distaff Victors

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MATCH<1'"H''' UNDERWAY-' This was the'"" icene< Mad Foxes Pace Men's PlayThe

(above) of the beginning lineup at the Station pistol range Mon.
day, Just before the "commence firing" signal was given by the
Pan Handlers clinched theWomen's
range officer, inaugurating the first All-Navy Pistol and Rifle of the Hornets and Sky War-
Tournament ever to be held at NAS Jax. Officially opening the Mainside Bowling riors. Biggest slider for the week
matches was the firing of the first shot by Capt. James R. Reedy, League title last Thursday, by
Commanding Officer NAS Jax (right). The event will conclude L downing the Neversails and Un- was A/C Maintenance "A" which
tomorrow afternoon with from third to sixth, witha
All-Navy award
presentations by
touchables 3-1 and 4-1, to give
Cap Reedy..
current record of 10-10.
them a record of 15-1.
Second week standings:
The remaining positions were

ComNavAirPac still undecided at press time. MEN'S DIV. WOMEN'S DIV.
PaxRiver W I W L
Tonight should decide who will VP-5 M. F. 14 2 Pan Hand. 15 1
reign as the Men's Mainside VA-44 Ho,. 15 S N'sails. 6 6
bowling champ as the final weekof VP-30 "A" 9 7 Unfouch. 2 6
VA-165 B. 11 9 Grounders 2 6
Top All-Navy HandgunmenAt bowling ends. The VP-5 MAD VAP-42 S.W. 13 11 Pen Queens 3 9

Foxes continued to hold the lead, A/C M HA" 10 10

by posting wins over Supply's Sup. SI. H. 7 13

sundown :Monday, four gunmen from the Naval Air Slaughter House Five and VAP- VAP42 "A"3rdC 6 IIFAITU

Pacific Command had the All-Navy Pistol and Rfle'I'ourna-: 62's 3rd Crewmen for a 14-2 3 13"Thin"

ment's .45 caliber team trophy in the bag with a grand aggregate record. In second place is VA-

of 1086 points of a possible 1200. 44 Hornets with 155.

The Pacific sharpshooters took VP-30 "A" is in third with 9-7 Fliers
1000; and 3rd ND Reserve, 829.
first place at the Station pistol in spite of losses at the hands
First place in the individual
range, 16 points ahead of the Face
.45 entries went to Lt.(j.g.) J. Whiting
nearest competition, the Sixth S. Sexton from NAS Patuxent Pendergras Places 6th
Naval District, which tallied The understaffed Jax Navy
River with 282 points out of 300. f In World Skeet Shoot
1070 for second.
Fliers varsity baseball team returned -
Just a point behind Sextonwas z.
Members of the 6ND groupare John Chief Petty Officer Kenneth Monday after a humi-
Carapellotti, chief
D. T. Livingston, NAS San- aviation fire control technicianhere 4 } "'r Pendergras, well known Jack- liating three-game setback at

ford, with a 268 out of a possible at NATTU with sonville skeet shooter, and a the hands of Fort Gordon.
281 third
300 points J. Coshow NAS ; I member of the U.S. and Navy's
; May- was another 6ND man, B. F. Only nine men, four of them
port 269; J. C. Nixon, VF-174 Preston, NAAS Whiting Field x skeet team, copped sixth placein pitchers, traveled to Augusta for

Cecil Field, 270; and C. B. Har- with 276.Further. the world skeet shooting the three-game series. Athletic

din, NAS Jax, 263. results here and at f. championships at Oslo, Norway. director-baseball coach Frank

NAS Patuxent River, winnerof Camp Blanding were not avail- SS- Pendergras was tied with the I McCaffrey spread the talent as

the Atlantic Fleet Tourney, able at press time. The matches eventual winner Carlos Planzaof thick as it could go, but droppedthe

placed third with a 1064. Re- will end tomorrow. "iIe....... Venezuela for the first 100 three tilts, 8-0, 7-3 and 9-0.

maining places were awarded to Winners of the All-Navy to Camp Perry, Ohio, July 28, birds. The local horsehiders will face

Cruiser Destroyer Force Pacific Tournament will remain here for for the National Rifle and Pistol Whiting Field here Friday at

Fleet, 1061; 8th ND Reserve, range practice before traveling Matches there. Policeman, helping a bruisedman 1600, with a double header on

up from the pavement in Saturday, beginning at 1400.

Bowlers front of a bar: "Can you describethe Those who desire to play var-
VA-35 FAIRJAX HOLD man who hit you?" sity ball are encouraged to appear -

"That's what I was doing when any day after 1545 at Mason

Look ImpressiveIn he hit me." Field.

a return match with NAS

Cecil Field last Saturday, Jax

Navy's varsity bowling team Air Force 679th made it obvious they are not to be

blasted the Cecil men for a 338- discounted in the race for the Mainside National League

pin win. The tally read four softball pennant, as they moved VA-44 aside and nudged in-

wins out of six, for a total pin to second place with a slate of seven wins and two defeats,
fall of In "T ')1::
6,675 to Cecil's 6,237. traming on 11 vrv-ou.
Bob Gunther ran off with top The fly boys defeated their

honors, totaling 1,195 pins. Hornet rivals, 15-8, last Thurs- VA-35's only scheduled game 7
was postponed, leaving their 6-1 ".v.
THE JAX KEGLERS' best day, on the rain-soaked York- slate intact.In V
y bf
game was the third of the first town diamond. other NL games played last Si f<

set when they knocked down a week, the Hornets took revengeby

total of 1,231 pins with scores Swim Meet Entries stinging FAW-11, 182. VA- '

of 214213212203195194. 165 also posted a win over FAW, .
Must Be Made
In a previous meeting Jax By 19-2. VP-16 won its single gameof

eked out a close win, four gamesto the week, 11-5, and VAP-62
two over Cecil. In the match Friday June 23 beat A3D School, 1-0.

the locals won at a narrow five- Tomorrow is the last day for American League title contender

pin margin, 6,528 to 6523. All. entries in the Mainside Intra- ComFairJax continued to

Navy runner-up Vic Cieplinski mural Swim Meet scheduled to dominate that circuit, winningover

continued his hot pinsplittingwith be held at the twin tanks behind Administration, 3-0, for a

a six game total of 1155, the Mainside Gym on Tuesday. 13-1 record.
but he was tied by Cecil's Bill Darkhorse Faetu surprised all
The meet will start witha
Beaumont.IN as they tripped the Marines, 7-6.
splash at 1900 with three 50-
Hospital also racked up a"gooder"
ADDITION to Cieplinski, meter events running off in suc-
shutting out A/C
the varsity members are Ray cession, followed by the three-
Maintenance, 100. N ART U
Gulla, VA-44; Walt Zaborniak, meter diving competition.After xr
blanked O&R 13-0 and
Admin; Dave Rotundo, VP-30; the board events, there
Bob tions beat the Pill-Pushers, 91.Wednesday's .
Gunther of Special Serv- 100-meter
will be a free-style S.
schedule rained
ices; and Jack Emch of VA-44. race, and a 150-meter medley. was r '
out. ;
Two weeks ago, the locals Next will be a diving exhibi- ;:, .

clashed with Mayport, with Bill tion featuring a former Hungarian Standings: W 1 .:S r 5',
Scarbrough national champion, Joe Ger- "
filling in for Dave ComFairJax 13 1 VA-35 6 1 i, _
Rotundo. The Jaxmen defeated lach, who will display the form Marines 11 4 Air F. 679th 7 2 ?1' -f :rqf '-

Mayport by 262 pins, with a total which helped him win one Eu- A/C AAaint. 10 4 VA.44 8 3 TOP TENPINNER-Ray Gulla chief aviation electronics
NARTU 10 4 VP-16 5 4
Pin fall ropean and two American cham- 44'c Hornets, shows here the
of 6,346 to 6,084. Ray Admin. 9 6 VA-165 5 4 technician, of Attack Squadron
Gulla took honors pionships.A Supply 6 8 VAP-62 4 5 form that copped the top icoring pot for him in last week'ssecond
with 1- round of the Mainside Intramural bowl-off. He tallied a
200 meter freestyle event O&R 5 9 A3D School 2 8
126 in six games. will wind up the meet, which will Hospital 6 9 FAW-11 0 11 225 high game and a 630 series to boost the second place stinger .
Fa'etu 4 11 I a notch nearer the league-leading Patrol Squadron 5 Mad
Jax Navy hosts Sanford this I be the last spring athletic event Operations 4 11 Foxes. The men's division title should be decided by tomorrow

Saturday at the Mainside lanes for the Iron Man Trophy. Dispensary 1 12 Friday, June 23.

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Read Adm. Carson

(Continued from Page 1))

mander Carrier Division Seven.

Admiral Carson holds the Navy

1 ( Cross, the Legion of Merit, the
Bronze Star Medal with Com-
With Civiliani bat V. Navy Commendation Rib-

bon, and the Presidential Unit
Promotions were received by Citation with Bronze Star, In ad-

39 NAS Jax Civil Service per dition to the usual Theatre and

sonnel on June 5. Thirty-two of Campaign Ribbonds.

those promoted were employeesof AFTER SERVING as Chief of

Overhaul and Repair Depart- Naval Air Basic Training at

ment, two with Comptroller Department Pensacola from January 1958 to

and one from Security October 1959, he became Com-
Department. mander, U.S. Naval Forces,
Philippines and Representative in
Those promoted from O&R in-
the Philippines of Commander in
cluded Tyson Ammons Metal-
Chief, Pacific, with headquartersat
smith Aviation to Aircraft Ex- Naval Station, Sangley Point.

aminer; Leo F. Black, Michael During Admiral Carson's tour
Ceballos Jr., Bill L. George, > ( of duty in the Philippines, he
Ardes H. Hall, Wilbur C. Han- i j[ constantly worked for better

chey, Vernon D. McDaniel, Philippine American relationsand
Donald E. Neel, and Austin R. improvements in services to

Stillwell, all from Apprentice ; the fleet. He visited many partsof

Electronics Mechanic to Electronics the Philippines on good will
NEEDED TO MAKE IT GO-Following a business meeting at the Officers Club last Friday, and constantly encouraged
Mechanic; Charles L. Broome, members of the Jacksonville Traffic Club were taken on a tour of NAS facilities. Club members
Inspector Aircraft Electronic Sys- are all executives of local steamship, rail, airline and other transportation organisations. "People to People" and similar
tems to Leadingman Leading- Here members of the group are shown an aircraft being repaired at Overhaul and Repair Department programs designed to achieve
man Electronics by J. T. Cooper who explains repairs "needed to make it go." Members are left to greater understanding between
Mechanic; KeithL. right) E. R. Downumj A. Q. Harris, club president Mel Smith and R. W. Gage. Filipinos and Americans.In .
Bunton and Robert L. Kron.
case of inclement weather,
holm from Apprentice Metal- (NO Driver /Iowa Montana the ceremonies will be held in
smith Aviation to Metalsmith Urges Safety the Mainside Theatre, Building
Korean Bonus 612.
Also, Elton J. Burch Jack Y.

Carpenter, Blaise W. Castelli, Precautions Be Followed. Deadline NearTwo Twin

Elisha Douglas, Jr., Walter R. states are still award- (Continued from Page 1))

Gonzales, Edward J. McCrearyand The approach of summer with greatly increased high- ing Korean Bonuses. Iowa and hunters. The 110-man squadronof

John D. Wilsher, all from way traffic! re-emphasizes the need for more driver safety Montana veterans may still receive pilots and specialized crew-

Apprentice Electrician Aircraftto precautions, according to the Chief of Naval Operations. For a bonus if they make men is constantly subject to recall -
Electrician Aircraft; Henry C. the past three years the Navy has averaged 33 deaths each immediate claim. for integration in to the
Church, Inspector ABC Engines to month from forces if needed.
May through September.Private There are funds availablefor regular
Leadingman Aircraft Mechanic vehicle accidents lead late claim filers even The Jax-based NARTU squadron -
Motors; Will Griffin, Helper Gen- all personal who operate motor Noel Davis
all others in the Dec. 31 1960 the has won the
the though
eral Navy as was
to Truck Driver with Public vehicles should practice all known consecutively for the past
Works cause of deaths and injuries and, deadline for the Iowa bonus. Trophy
Department. safety rules of the road. This two for excellence in com-
in addition to the personal and For application forms or information years
Further O&R alone be of inestimable valuein
promotions were can bat efficiency. VP-742 was one
Edward J. Heise, Alex L. Reid. family tragedy involved, creates helping to curb the high death, contact the Korean of the first, reserve units to per-
Daniel L. Shadd and William R. considerable loss of trained, pro- injury, and accident rate. Service, Compensation Board form its active duty cruise at an

Stuckey, Jr., all from Apprentice ductive Navy man-power. Drivers may help to further State Iowa., House, Des Moines, overseas base and last year was

Aircraft Instrument Mechanic to During the peak accident per- reduce the accident rate by sub. deployed to Naval Station, Rota,
Montana Korean
Aircraft Instrument Mechanic iod, which began last month, veterans Spain. The VP-742 men were the"stars"
mitting their autos to safety
Electronics have until July 28 to file their
; Lowell G. McCampbell in the Navy film "Malta
checks, attending safety lectures,
Machinist to Assistant Pro- claim. Payments are based on Revisited," depicting their travels
duction and driver training programs- service between June 25 1950
Controlman Machinist; during the 1954 deployment.
Annie P. Ragsdale, ClarkTypistGS3 c6 {K dSf+b.9''a3c no price is to much to pay for a and Oct. 16, 1953.

to GS-4; Andrea N. Huff, life saved-especially if it's your For application forms write, CAPT. CANADA ASSUMES

Mail and File Supervisor GS4to own. Adjusted Compensation Division COMMAND HOSPITAL JUNE 30

GS-5. P.O. Box 612, Helena,
Capt. R. O. Canada, chief of
Charles J. Weppelman and Mont.A .
I medicine at the Naval Hospital
Jesse M. Womack, from Apprentice Navy Wives
Bethesda, Md., will assume com-
Machinist to Machinist; six-year-old boy was dili- mand of the Naval Hospital hereon
George C. Westbrook, from As- < gently practicing his piano les- June 30.Captain .
sistant Planner Corner
and EstimatorMet
., sons when a salesman knockedon Canada will relieve
Metalsmith Aviation to Plan ;} K3 }n 'A r3 :; j4a. }
} ya {
the door. Capt. W. L. Engleman who will
ner and Estimator; and Linda C. Personnel of NAS Jax have
"Young man, is your mother retire after 30 years of service.
Murphy, from ClerkStenographer been issued an invitation by Mrs. "
hcme today? he said. Capt. Engleman has been com-
GS-3 with O&R to Secre- Billy Rhodes chairman of the
"What do think
you an- manding officer of the Hospital
tary-Stenographer GS-4 with Navy Wives Club's "Not New swered the
boy. since April 1960.
Comptroller. Shop", to stop in and check the

Supply promotions went to shop's stock of used merchandise.The .

John J. Garvey, Stock Control shop is located in Building I 2CMEEFt'
Clerk GS-2 to Stock Control 923 near the Main Exchange and ,
Clerk GS-3; James H. McCarty, t open for business from 0800 un- Oil
Stock Control Clerk GS-3 to til 1430 each Tuesday.

Stock Control Clerk GS-4; JohnB. Items such as used clothing,

Scussell, Crater and Packerto 1I1I household goods and appliancesare -. "Our base housing inspection
eHad Crater and Packer and ri carried by the shop and per- ?
Olin L. Harris, from Laborer sons desiring to donate such p_ proved conclusively that the

with Supply to Truck Driver items or leave them on con- .,
with Public Works.Comptroller average person is fire con-
signment are urged to do so.

employees ad- { afh $1 ; Money collected for the sale scious. We found no major
vanced were Mary R. Warden and of Not New Shop merchandiseis
Cecilia M. Lobby, both from used for charitable projects u i hazards and very few minor

Accounts Maintenance Clerk GS3 (Ct'A" o'A +Ytt>i.7FC {..atr sponsored by the club. I ones. These were correctedand
to GS-4. The wives group held their

Friodolin F. Mueller, Security, EducationalMeeting on Wednes- recommended safe prac-

was advanced from Guard GS3to day, June 21, hearing a discus- tices will be pursued in the
Policeman GS-4. sion of the past Southeast Re-
gional Meeting in Norfolk, Va. future.

The fortune teller had just monthly luncheon, featuringa How about you-you who
taken $20 from one of the naive : film on diary products, is
visitors. scheduled for 1230, June 28, at live off the base? Could your

the Dewey Park club house.
"This entitles you to two ques- dwelling pass such an inspec-
SAND AND SEA Just like
tions, she said."Goodness .
fruits and sunshine, shapely Housewife, cashing check at tion? Be an average man -
ish't that a lot of Carol Euster Is home-grown "I couldn'tget
a : just you owe it to yourself and
money for only two questions?" good example of the many along without you people,
"Yes, it is. And what is your Florida attractions. Carol Is one since the bank stopped cashing your family to practice fire
of the reasons for the Sunshine
second question?" State's popularity. my checks." prevention in your home too."