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i Some Not To Be Held


I ft S' Word On Extend Duty

For Navy Men ExplainedSome

2,800 officers and 24,000 enlisted due for
VoL 19 No. 21 U. S. NAS Jacksonville: Fla. 24 August 1961 ,
separation during fiscal year 1962, will be involuntarily extended -
"S ...... in the future the for
: ; near by Navy periods ranging
: from six to 12 months.The .
New Carrier $ extensions said the
t..Inp..JiJjjJ fected by the extensions will be
will not affect all persons due for
guided missile men, electronics
t.h separation, but will be made on technicians, boilermakers, sonar-
basis of rank and
Air a or rating
GroupisOrganized skills. men, fire control technicians,
aviation machinist mates (jet),

Enlisted men who will be afBuildUp parachute riggers, quartermasters -

aerographers and photo-
graphic intelligence men.

f Will Most of the officers to be retained -
The Jax Navy complex swap- will be line officers and
ped air groups on Monday of ,,\:! aviators in the rank of lieutenant -

this week as the Chief of Naval Up WorkloadAt commander and beloW'
ordered CAG-16 bas-
Operations The first of the extensions will
ed at NAS Cecil Field, to the J.
come next month when about 80
Pacific Coast and replaced it by officers and 1,600 enlisted will be

commissioning a new one, CAG13. NAS JaxAn extended. In October some 400

of ., officers and 2,800 enlisted will be
'L announcement by the De-
The move also brought about extended with figures for months
fense Department early this
the transfer of one CAG-16 attack 1 thereafter varying according to
week, authorizing the military
squadron, VA-165, based the needs of the Navy and the
services to hire an additional
here at NAS Jax, and replacedit skills or experience of the in-
10,000 civilian workers as part
with another, VA-135, from dividuals. Voluntary extensions,
FIRST ANNIVERSARY STAMPS The first navy man of the defense build-up, will reportedly -
newly commissioned CAG-13. aboard NAS to see the 50th anniversary of Naval Aviation post affect the Overhaul and in the needed categories, will
age stamp at the Station Post Office on Friday of last week was also reduce the number involun- j
The new group, composed of Roy A. Ratchford, AC2, (right), of Operations' Air Traffic Control Repair Department here at NAS. tarily extended.
Fighter Squadrons 131 and 132 who visited the post office only moments after the stamps However, just how much and in
and Attack 133 134 were received there. Showing the stamps to Ratchford are JamesA. what specific ways is not pre- Personnel held involuntarilywill
Squadrons ,
Hogan, assistant supervisor of the post office (holding stamps), sently known. be notified of the length of
and 135, was formally commiss- and Wrete F. Land, post office supervisor. The stamps went on their added obligated service ,and
ioned by Rear Adm. Joseph M. sale on Monday. Under this build-up the Navy it Is not expected that any will

will be allowed to hire 4,400 be held longer than the initial
Air ,
Carson, Commander Fleet orr ::.xw}va<.ap r o.W' NEW STAMP-
more workers to provide an increase extension. The first extendees
Jacksonville and Naval Air Bases This enlarge
at shipyards, and over- should be released in March
Sixth Naval District.All ment of the Na- haul and repair facilities at naval 1962.
val Aviation air stations.
squadrons of the new group commemorativeshows Voluntary retirement, resigna-

will be based at NAS Cecil Field, details of I Capt. Robert H. Fagan, O&R tion, and release from active dutyof
with the exception of VA-135, &" X **"**- > *'*'-. > **vics W1 "">"<*J,is- its design with officer, says the Station has been officers will be reviewed on

contacted by Washington on what individual basis. Other
an retirements -
the Curtiss
which wilL take.over spaces vacated -
the capabilities of O&R are for and separations will
first aircraft to
VA-165 here at NAS
by } and those capabilitieshave
operate with the expansion not be extended beyond the dates

Jax. 1i i .1 0 c1r s P f'1; aTMjE Navy: and pilot'swings. been made known. No established by existing laws and
has been
: further official word .
Heading the new, group is y policies.In
Comdr. George C. Watkins and received regarding the matter, general, enlisted Navy per-
said the captain. sonnel having critical and sea-
commanding the Jax -bas e d Actions To Build I
Navy Queried as to anticipated increase -I going ratings, including those
VA-135 is' Comdr.,
squadron, transfer to the
in workload at O&R, Capt. now authorized
Barclay W. Smith.Scheduled Fagan said no official confirmation Fleet Reserve after September

to leave early next Strenqth Are Outlined I on that matter had been received 1, 1961, can anticipate extensionsup

but was expected shortly. to 12 months.
month, the CAG-16 staff and
I The Defense Department has announced that the fol- ,
fighter squadrons 161 and 162 ...
lowing actions are being taken by the Navy to increase its ,:;+,9'' c: :Y!'
will go to NAS Lemmore, Calif.; 'strength and combat readiness:

attack squadrons 163 and 164 will additional attack
Operate one bious ships and retaining in act-
go to NAS Miramar; and Jax- I carrier and its associated air ive service one attack transport; {> {o.aiwJ'Yi: ;#':% ;} }}, 2 ti

based VA-165 will go to NAS I group; increase amphibious lift increase support to augmentedfleet

Moffett Field. capacity by activating 22 amphi- units by activating 11 sup-

port ships. { r

New Commissary Hours Also, increasing anti-submarine
I. warfare capability by operatingan
additional support carrier and

Begin On September 5Beginning its air group, retaining in active 7
service a destroyer and five destroyer -
C1 .L escorts; increasing the

September 5, the number of aircraft overhauls for

NAS Commissary Store will be- fiscal 1962 to improve combat
Steelers To Visit
gin a new schedule of sales hours, readiness and provide aircraftfor

providing 47 hours of shoppingtime units to be activated. '.b .'.:'+
weekly, an increase of almost Station SaturdayWord Further, by increasing the num-

35% over the present sche- ber of aircraft planned for pro-
dule. has been received that curement in. FY 1962; purchasing .
the Pittsburgh Steelers, who additional air and surface launched <'Ff'Y;, .ery
The new hours will provide six Louis Car-
clash with the guided missiles, along with
shopping days weekly,in responseto
dinals in an NFL contest Sat- other ordnance and equipment;
popular demand by hundredsof urday night at the Gator Bowl and improving shipboard missile
patrons surveyed during July do their resting
Stadium, will radar fire control systems.An .
and August. and relaxing at NAS Jax. .
increase in funds for pro- h : a
Under the new schedule of The Steelers' squad will arrive curement of aircraft, said the

hours the Commissary will open at Imeson Airport Sat- DOD, will provide additional / Fq

at, 0900 each morning, Monday urday and will head for NAS A4D-2N attack aircraft, F8U2Nand
through Saturday, and close at t and addi- .
for a bit of relaxing in the F4H-1 fighters, { a
1700 on Monday, Tuesday, Wed afternoon prior to the game. tional ASW and transport air-

nesday, and Friday; at 1900 on Their stay here is at the invi- craft and helicopters.

Thursday; and 1400 on Saturday.The tation of the Navy. Additional procurement of air- CHECKING INTO NEW DUTY Capt. C. L. Moor Jr..

longer sales week is said It is not known whether launched missiles and surface- (seated) checks information with his predecessor Comdr. S. G.
to be directed toward reducing to-air missiles, torpedoes, sono- Kona, on assuming duties as Chief of Staff and Aide to Com
congestion in the store, delays at the Steelers will work out here bouys, communication equipment, mander Naval Air Bases, 6ND. Capt. Moore, who served hereas
but facilities will be made CO of NATTCenter from January 1957 to January 1959, '
check-out registers, and providingshopping available to them should they and other ASW and ordnance reported from duty as CO of NAS Barber'i Point, Hawaii. Comdr.
time daily, after work- desire to do so. items has also been authorizedfor Kona had held the post in an acting capacity since June 30,
(Please Turn to Page 6, CoL 1)) Navy use. following the retirement of Capt. N. M. Head.


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24 August 1961

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NAS, Jacksonville I 2
Comdr. Walter J. Schub __ .- Commanding Officer -g
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND __

Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carton ... _____ Commander J -! _
Capt. Vincent Casey Chief of Staff, FalrJ.x .
Capt. C. I.. Moore, Jr. ______._.._____________ Chief of Staff, NAB Six 4 A
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr_ ______ __ Commander
Capt. Murllrt W. Alley __.-_ ._-_ Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air Technical Training Unit
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer
Naval Hospital
Capt. R. O. Canada ,. ... Commanding Officer o. ti.k .
Capt. Stephen H. Tollni Executive Officer a
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
Capt. F. H. Holt.....-..- .._.-.._...... Commanding officer r1
Comdr. William M. Miller____.._. Executive Officer
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at _
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. r
Service Information Officer i ..,.,- .-,?,- .Cnmf Assistant Service Information Officer-__.....Andrew H. Planey
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JO1; Sandy Martinson,
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, SA. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press :
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is Coburn (left), and Elbert D. Boise
graphs unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. ( ) features which they tSFTS&A *
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration them $440 for the

extensions. _" BloJ., ., '. A5A... -272- or-- -21.A.-. Robert H. Fagan O&R Officer, who

To Wreck- A Given

Write A Bad 'Benny Suggs' I

A man's word is as good as his signature and ., .

mettle is as good as his word. The man who commits I Hayes, $10.

by signature to obligations he can't fulfill, or has no
awards at O&R went to
of trying to, has no place in the Navy; if he's an More
in this respect he's likely to wind up in another kind the Walton R. Smith, $25; Joseph J,
Summers Jr., $25; Albert H. Jost,

form.RIGHT $35; Vernon D. McDaniel, $30
NOW the services are asking
and $20 'Herbert D. Young Sr.
; ;
stiffer legislation so they can crack down on the bad
$10 J. S. Flinchpaugh, $185
who cash bad checks. The House Armed Services ; ;
has heard from the Air Force Judge Advocate Jame J. Panipinto, $50 and $20;

Major Gen. Albert M. Kuhfeld, that "just too Lud B. Koschak, $10; Clyde C.

checks" is a service problem. And nothing, he Murphy Jr., $15; Douglas W. Doel,

the services into quicker disrepute in a community was $10; Maxie Sands, $15; Walter H.

rash of bad checks." Of- Smith, $25; Vernon K. Jams, ,

Ideally, it should hot be a service headache at $105; Henry G. Tombler, $10;
Vasco L. Brock, $35 and $45;
certain number of deadbeats, grifters and
bound to get in and make trouble for the great $440 Walter E. Riviere Jr., $10; Nor-

honorable, conscientious career people. For, as Gen. and man R. Sutton, $105; and Leo

told the committee, when they bring disrepute for F. Back, $25.

uniform they are hurting others besides of
Also receiving "Benny Sugg"
serviceman who has had difficulty cashing a
awards at O&R were Clarence W.
check in a strange town can vouch for that.
Lauer and Neil E. Brown, $235;
BAD.CHECK OFFENSES at present are ] Daniel Gonzalez Jr. and Barney
under the Universal Code of Justice -
Military Rhoden and
$40; Ellis E. Royal
ing larceny, unbecoming conduct or discreditable William A.
29.'q T. Neds, $70; Henry
But because of technicalities involved in their use,
Hodges and Harry H. Wade, $15;
Kuhfeld, "offenders go unpunished. The new
W. H. Hutchings III and Donald
services want would convict an offender once it was
of E. Clifton Kermit P. Hayes
established that he worte a bad check intending to
or deceive. L. and Herman E. Linderman, $35;
Clarence E. Hardy and Jesse D.
Obviously this would not be applicable to the
a Kindred, $25; Ralph C. McCon-
harassed individual who
is likely to overdraw his
: I naha and Raymond C. Scott, $40;
toward the end of the month. He is a service
] the Genaro P. Barrera Jr. and Robert
but any experienced commander can differentiate
Elliott Jr., $40 and $80; GlennE.
the man who's weak and irresponsible in money
the criminal type who knows the checks are Blythe and Authur L. Harg-
nett, $145.Also .
OFFENDER can, course,
trip himself right out of the service if his checks to Walter A. Poley and

enough. The latter would get no-nonsense ; Roy E. Bartlett, $25; Joseph F.
the law the services want. One is weak and perhaps ; W. O'Connell and Vernon K. Jones,

of pity; the other deserves having the book thrown ( ; Jr., $40; Earl G. Eckford and JuniorF.
Both ask themselves when it's too late Was it
can : ; ; Teske, $30; William R. John

; son and James W. Barnes, $115;
; ; Wilborn R. Hayes and Walter L.
Bean Soup Recipes
; Smith, $20; Thomas W. Dobson

: ; and Omer E. Kelly, $25; JamesA.

Now is the time to haul out vided by the Michigan ; Godfrey and William Voltz,

the pots, pans, kettles and other pers Association, besides ; ; $15; George V. Hutto and Howard

kitchenware and start practicing from the Commercial ; G. Barrow;Jr., $60; John J. Walsh

the culinary arts again. The big All personnel, both ; and Franklin M. Shepheard, $20;

event is the Fifth Annual Navy their dependents, plus ; $45;: Walsh and Willis D. Cannon, $35;

Bean Soup Contest being spon- are eligible for the ][ $40; James P. Leigh and Harry B.

sored by the Commercial Appeal, sons interested should ; Highsmith, $5; Melvin M. Carroll

a Memphis, Tenn., newspaper. recipes for six servings ; rt, and Richard Wilford, $75; Hutto
The Commercial Appeal, with soup, direct to the t ; and Richard V. Holden, $55; and

the support of the Chief of Naval mation Office, Chief of i ; ; Robert L. Gay and Clinton N.

Air Technical Training, is spon- Technical Training, I ; ; Parker, $20.

soring the Navy Bean Soup Con- Air Station, Memphis ; Capt. James J. Davis Jr., Sup
the fifth consecutive Deadline ,for ;
test for year Beneficial
; ply Officer, presented two
with is Oct. 12 1961. $10;
In conjunction Navy Day Suggestion Awards to SarahB.

activities at Memphis. Winners announoed on Oct. 14, I ; ; ]W. Stevens, $60, and' John E.
will receive various prizes prowinners named on Oct. ; ,
Linn, $25; George (Please Turn to Page 6 CoL 1))

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24 August 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3:


Capt. Allen Becomes CO :

NATTUnit Here Today y 4

Capt. Hartsel D. Allen became commanding officer of

the Naval Air Technical: Training Unit here at NAS this With Civilians 9 I* t

morning during change of command ceremonies, relieving
Capt. Robert J. Fleming who had commanded the unit since The Industrial Relations De- .

August 1959. partment has announed the pro- f _
Capt. Fleming has received motion of 31 civil service employees (
orders to report to the Com- of NAS Jax between I

mander Naval Forces Marianas, June 25 and August 13. '. : Guam, where he will be assigned w Promoted at the Overhaul and g k. r. : "'\,.,'
duty as Assistant Chief of Staffof Repair Department were: JaniceS. \;':'" '
..; : .;, ,:: ,t%%
Administration, and personnel. Berry, Clerk-typist, GS-2 to "::"':" '" ''\ '. ...:
Before reporting here for the Supervisory Clerk-typist, GS-3;
NATTU assignment, Capt. Allen Charlie Britten, Industrial TracI;
served as Chief Staff Officer to tor Operator to Mobile Equip-

the Commander Early Warning ment Dispatcher; Wilfred W. 1j'JFIRST

Wing, Atlantic, in Argentia, New- Reddick, Helper Woodworker to
foundland. On reporting to Ar- Carpenter; Sam Sims, Helper,
gentia in November 1959, the Rigger to Rigger; Louis B. St.
captain served in the dual capacity Petery, Supvy. Aircraft Control : : .ywvre ceifi..uw
of Assistant Chief of Staff Specialist, GS-13 to same, GS-14; 'STAR' MEDIC-H. C. Ray hospital corpsman third
class, became the first Naval Hospital last
for (right) corpsman
Operations and Plans on Samuel J.
the and
Elbert D. Boise
week to be reenlisted under the modified STAR program which
Staff of the Commander Air- Deutch, both from Aircraft Mech- has now been opened to certain medical personnel. Capt. R. O.
borne Early Warning Wing, and anic, General to Asst. to Asst. Canada, hospital commanding officer administered the oath of
Commander Barrier Forces, U.S. Production Controlman, Aircraft reenlistment for a period of six years.

Atlantic Fleet, until May 1961, Mechanic, General; Carl E.

when he assumed his last duty Rhodes and Samuel II. Watson, I Ray Is First CorpsmanTo
there before reporting here. both from Aircraft Mechanic,
Capt. Allen entered the Navy Motor to Asst. Production Con- I
immediately upon graduationfrom trolman, Aircraft Mechanic, Mo- Get STAR ProgramH.

West Virginia University, tor; and Howard E. Funk and
where he received a Bachelor of Haiisel NEW D.NATTU Allen became CO Lloyd A. Jordan, both from C. Ray, hospital corpsman third class, became the

Science Degree, in 1939,' receiv- manding officer of NATTUnithere Operations Analyst, Aircraft Assemblies j first corpsman from the Naval Hospital here to reenlist under
ing his flight training at NAS today, following change of to Industrial Engine- 1 he; new STAR Program (Selective Training and Retention)
Pensacola. lIe was commissioned command ceremonies in which ering Technician, GS-9. since its recent opening to corpsman. He re-upped for six
Robert J.
he relieved Capt.
an ensign in the Naval Reserveon Fleming, who was detached. Public Works Department pro- -/ears.
June 7, 1940 and on comple- Capt. Allen comes from dutyin motee was Kenneth F. Wiley, Hospital corpsmen are now Included however, are not applicable to
in modified STAR
tion of his flight\ training July Argentia. Newfoundland. Helper, Pipefitter to Machinist. a pro- men in the corpsman rating because -
which the will
17, 1940, was designated a Naval Employees promoted at Supply gram Navy hopes of the medical service's
Navy Now Issuing Department were: David S. encourage Navy medics to ship requirement that E-5s and abovebe
Baggs, Norman F. Barncord and over. for
qualified independentduty.
Certificate Upon Lawrence D. Walker, all from All of the program's provisions, .

EAM Planner GS-7 to
Project ,
rtfJ Full RetirementThe Digital Computer Programer, GS- Polaris Subs, Get qualified A corpsman for independent doesn't become duty

9 Stella L. Dupree, Stock Con-
simply by going to Class "B"
has begun issuing a
Navy trol Clerk, GS-3 to same, GS-4; Hawaii For: HomePearl
retirement certificate to reg- School under the STAR program
Gundel Head Stockmanto
Otto E.
lars and reservists who retire Harbor, Hawaii, has been which gives automatic advancement -
Stockman Pearce
Thursday Aug. 24 with Leadingman ; selected by the Navy as the home to second class petty officer -
pay. Laborer to Blocker and
Hicks, for Polaris submarines of I
port its completion said
Mainside-The Giant of Mara- The 9x12 inch certificate, which Bracer; Lois H. Holmes, Card
the Pacific Fleet. Naval medical authorities.
thon, 1900 only.NA'ITUnitBattle. bears the Great Seal, the Seal of Punch Operator, GS-3 to EAM
of Bloody and the Secretary of the Navy JohnB. Therefore, the Bureau of Med
the Navy Department Supervisor, GS-4; Kathleen, S.
Beach, 1900 only. signature of the Chief of Naval Jones, Procument Clerk, GS-4 to Connally said the Navy will icine and Surgery worked out
Hospital Home From The Personnel, will not be issued to Procurement Supervisor, GS-5; also establish a missile assembly the modified STAR program with
Hills, 1900 only. personel on the temporary dis: Sara G. Lyda, Card Punch Oper- center and a training facilityfor I the Bureau of Naval Personnel!

Friday. Aug. 25 ability retired list or to membersof ator, GS-3 to card Punch Super- ballistic missile submarinecrews I Under the altered system for

Mainside-Up The Creek, 1900 the Fleet Reserve until theyare visor, GS-4; Walter W. Ross, at Pearl Harbor. corpsmen, E-3 corpsmen who re-
permanently retired. Warehouseman to Stockman; enlist under the program are
only. Punch Operator, GS-3, Supply;
NATTUnit-The Giant of Mara- Officers and enlisted men already Mary L. Sprake, Stock Control Edwin Davis, Management Tech- eligible for automatic advance-

thon, 1900 only. retired with pay may request Supervisor, GS-5 to same, GS-6; nician, ETS, GS-9, Supply, to ment if they graduate In the
Hospital Battle of Bloody the certificate from: The and Richard W. Silbernagel and Supvy. Industrial Engineering top half of a Class "A" School

Beach, 1900 only.Saturday. Chief of Naval Personnel (Attn: Albert L. Tanner, both from Technician, GS-11, O&R; John J. class and meet other STAR advancement -
Pers-E), Navy Department, Management Technician, GS-7 to Heron, Accounts MaintenanceClerk requirements. But the
Aug. 26 25 D.C. same will not hold true for E-4s,
Washington Digital Computer Programer, GS-3, Comptroller Dept.,
Mainside-Cattle Empire, 1900 A considerable wait can be GS-9. to same, GS-4; David W. Green, who won't get automatic pro-

only. expected, however, says BuPers, Promoted in the miscellaneousgroup Property Sales Specialist, GS-9, motions, no matter what schools
NATTUnit Up The Creek, due to the large number of requests were: Marlene S. Scray, Consolidated Surplus Sales Of- they attend.

1400 and 1900.HospitalThe. already' received. Stock Control Clerk, GS-3, Sup- fice to Supvy. Property Sales BuMed says it will not con-
Giant of Mara- to Accounts Maintenance and sider, nor approve, request from
ply Dept., Specialist, GS-11, CSSO;
thon, 1900 only. Mac: "How do you like your Clerk, GS-4, O&R; Mar- Adelaide D. Hughes, Clerk Sten- E-4s and below for guaranteed

Sunday Aug. 27 new job as a chimney sweep?" I garet Y. Atkins, Timekeeper, GS- ographer,. GS-3, CSSO to Clerk- assignment to Class "B" advanced

Mainside Three On A Spree, Fred: "Oh, it soots me fine." 2, Comptroller Dept., to Card typist, GS-4, CSSO. hospital corps technical schoolsas
a reenlistment incentiveasit
1400 and 1900.NATTUnit .
interferes with the career pat-
Cattle Empire,
tern required for the independentduty.
1400 and 1900.
Hospital-Up The Creek, 1900 nvf

Monday Aug. 28 Lt. Pulley Named

Mainside-The Wild And The
I OinC Fleet Air
Innocent, 1900 only.
NATTUnit-Three On A Spree,
1900 only. Photo Lab HereLt.

Hospital-Cattle Empire, 1900 Gerald P. Pulley assumed
I r M 5 5y
only. 3 the duties of Officer in Charge of

Tuesday Aug. 29 the Fleet Air Photographic Laboratory .

Mainside-Swiss Family Robinson r' here at NAS during informal -

1900 only.NATTUnitThe. ; 4 ceremonies on Monday,
Wild And The .4'f 4 August 21, relieving Lcdr. Juel

Innocent, 1900 only. 0 Griffin, Jr. who had been in

Hospital-Three On A Spree, .... .. .. .u:.:.: .... .. :..:C n. .. .............. charge since December 19, 1958.
1900 only. DENTAL ENSIGN ORIEN TATION GROUP-This group of Naval Reserve dental students Lcdr. Griffin will retire from
Aug. 30 from the University of North C Carolina will end their annual twoweek summer training period the Navy on September 1, after
Wednesday here on Saturday August 26. ]Posing with members of the NAS Dental Department, where they returning from a brief leave.
Mainside-Ring Of Fire, 1900 hare received their training, 11}ley are (front row, left to right) Capt. J. V. Reilly, Head of Opera-
only. lions Branch Lt. Matthew T. rood: Ens. Russell Owens Ens. Heber Wlndley; Capt. J. y. Wester- The new photo officer came to
Family Ro- man Dental Officer Ens. Ja per: Chesiom Ens. Bill Davis Ens. Roger Schlapskollj and Comdr. the lab from the Pacific Fleet
NATTUnit-Swiss E. F. Jones Assistant Dental Of;ficer. Second row (left to right), Lt. Troy Sleider Capt. D. Hender- where he was officer in chargeof
binson, 1900 only. son Head of Prosthetics Bran:hj Ens. John Darts Ens. Gilbert Upchurch Ens. Milton Massey
Hospital-The Wild And The Lt. O. D. Rackley Ens. John rubbi; CWO. R. B. Wimer, Administrative Assistant and Chief detachments operating in the
Innocent, 1900 only. Dental Technician P. W. Deal Leading Chief. Far East area.

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4 JAX AIR NEWS 24 August 1961

Credit Union* Offers Aid
4s :

As School \ _
Days ApproachThere ; '

are many members of the Jax Navy Federal 'L
Credit Union who have children of school age. Of this

number, there are quite a few who are putting some into

higher educational brackets.The .

Credit Union's last survey
indicated that 22 loans were obtained -
in 1960 to 1961 for the // Ya'Ask

purpose of paying tuition. To puta
youngster through college these

days, requires some considerable UsIn

skimping and saving, even though x' .
some students assist in defrayingthe
view of the current and

Considerable cost. thought has been increasing East-West tension in j

given to the subject by the Boardof Berlin, do you feel that the

Directors and various plansto United States would be justified j* :e

promote loans for educational in taking more forceful action

purposes have been planned. In against the Communists thereto : ;: .. ..
> : .
most cases, higher education involves : ': y ;f.. :.,,,*..,., '....:, ,.. ".': .....
restore freedom of travel between :..' .. -.f.: ...; ,
a four-year period. Many : A ... > ..:
plan ahead and develop a definite the Eastern and Western -

course. On the other hand, there zones as was originally agreed : .:;': \. :..
w.- '"'''w'iw.i 0i.iv'rnv..vti4Y:; :
are many parents who cherish upon by four-country occu- SAFETY AN ALL-HANDS JOB-Capt. Robert H. Fagan. Overhaul and Repair Department Officer
the ideal of higher education for pation forces? If so, what force. (standing), in addressing some 70 members of his O&R Shop Safety Committee for the first time
their children, but haven't suf- last week told them that safety was not a one-man or one-group responsibility but rather an all-
ficient funds set aside to foot would you suggest and how far hands project. Both Capt. Fagan and many of the committee members have been newly assignedto
the bills. do you think it should go? another.their respective duties and the meeting served to help them get off on the right foot with one

Listed are two plans, "A" and "It looks as if we may have to .
take action in Berlin
"B". However, it is posible that take more more
because w e O&R Officer Explains
neither fits a particular forceful actionif have been doing '
stance and will require special i they keep on

suitable counselling for each to formulate need. one their I present thinkwe \ ing more than actu-talk- Safety Views At MeetThe

ally taking act-
The Credit, Union is interestedin should makea
ion. America '
helping members select a plan show of force has August meeting of the Overhaul and Repair De-
best suited for their own needs. but not engagein a bad habit : partment Shop Safety Committee i on Tuesday of

Regardless of which plan is any actionat talking thingsto ; k last week, the O&R Officer, Capt. Robert H. Fagan, gave
chosen, available funds at rates present to death but ; his viewpoints concerning the O&R Safety program to the

which compare favorably with see how far the time has >:; group of some 70 persons, the majority of whom had been

that offered by other loaning the communists Borton come" for act- Exel newly appointed to_serve on. .the Committee.Capt. .
agencies. The Credit Union is ion. Joseph J. Fagan, who only recently
located in Building 39. will go. Theodore Borton, Patrolman Exel, SN, Office of the Chief of took over his duties as O&R Of sonnel goes far beyond token

Plan A: Presuming that tui- Station Police."I Staff, ComFairJax."I ficer, clearly indicated to the interest and lip service.

tion and other costs for one yearor think we are doing the right think we would be justifiedin group that safety Is not a one- The Safety group was told

two semesters is $800 but "A:"'" ....., thing at pre man or responsibility by the captain that their safety
;:>:>;:!w: .w-wm...:.. ::. taking more action in Berlinto one-group
E. .sent.I ,don'tthink problems would be given the fullest
may be paid in September and .: t let them but rather an all-hands pro- -
January, the Credit Union sug- :::i:' ,i: we should know where ject. He said that accidents, bothon consideration and action. He
gests borrowing $400 twice a ". ,;.. make the rnistake ': we stand. I and off the job, affected not went on to explain that some

year, thereby keeping the interest < :.:>?:: ) that we 47. think that tral only the individual and his family delay could be expected on some
charges to a minimum. ,.>:' ": made with but also the organization and problems presented, because of

Renew the operation each year, "it ;t Cuba with respect vel between the the community, leaving no doubtin their scope and magnitude, but
required.. Usually no comakers ..., ::.jl to beingthoroughly .. and that they should harbor no doubt
the minds of the
zones to his and
are required. r. pre as suport assistancein
,{ .' ,{ ; would be good committeemen that his interestin
solving all problems
r ; < pared. If the ( concern-
: : "t
Plan B the : .
: Presuming that 'i
:_ .. $ for economical the safety of operating ing safety.
time : per-
tuition for both semesters is comes and ...:.h::1
Merkel more trouble t.:.>.-"-''..';<..............>>>. '<< .$i i: reasons. Also,
$1600; borrow $800 for 24 mon- I think that the
ths. When the loan has been reduced happens, our Armed Forces are Coggin
to a balance of $400, refinance ready. Great preparations shouldbe that men and material .
we now have in Berlin 4Y.
up to $800 and continue made now and not when: an to work with are sufficientat a
along these lines until the required event happens. But, we are on "
amount has been obtained. the right road." J. R. Merkel, Office present. Billy R. Coggin, SMI, f.47 Y ti p
Station MAA.
Co-makers are usually requiredin Machines Repairman, Public
amounts over $750 unless suf- Works."I .

ficient shares are on deposit. think that the United States liiis
,.. .. Bring Many _
IG: "m.. "-""""". Y"
r'; -: ,
Breaks Bruises
fa; : ....... ,

l". ,..,..,."' ',

I L" -:\ J Reports Hospital i

1 ....., f. ., ,;. All parents are urged to check "
:" '::::" ':::;;'" \ \... AiJr
r'w their children's bikes for broken ""
; -' spokes, loose chains missing : ." .A{; :
t .'.,,: .: ,
; chain-guards and general safety.In ,:' ,:.':: : :tfJP;

:.'' '.... .. '. ...,. addition, children should be -- :.. ::). U") t ..
"" .
,::: >> .
r. .
: :
: "
A : ;
a..":: \J" /! : : A!! say During Naval the Hospital period officials.of May 1 p tc soHvi1.E.rL6i ilA tS

..' ,. ." .,.<.:.,...1 to August 8, 29 children received
ttw.t. ; _. .'1.":':,:...::.:,....Ni..,.:. treatment at the Naval Hos-
:AHi.; : .':'''' pital for injuries sustained in :: '

I :. 1e V connection with bicycles. : :
,!: ,J,!: !
< Five of the children treated
'.:\ :\ ,.,

. ,.t. :'W'fjYh;':::i::1:... I I1 j 'f..x. 'f. required grafting of hospitalization amputated digits for skin in L.v6a: w*vvJvvta* w.M

1 , an ankle in another. search for an official insigne during a recent contest. J. W. Teate
'sic"TH Jr.. started a search of his
own his
CHARM" The hi-fi The main among service-time memoirs
new listeningroom cause of injury and came up with this shirt
for Naval Hospital patients and staff, and available to the seems to be catching a toe or is bearing an insigne used on the

public was officially opened at the hospital last week when foot in of the VM 9wTean'h employed in the utilities division
.j' Capt. R. O. Canada, (center), hospital commanding, officer, cut a bicycle wheel or chain, ship's he here purchased the shirt at the
the ribbon across its entrance. Present at the ceremony were and broken spokes, say hospital ce\7lNAS In 1942.was a second class machinist mate in
1 (left to right),*Richard Leary, AN a patient Cap S. H. Horton officials. Also many injuries are around the Station in those There ,were several insignia floating
1 1 Jr. Capt. Canada* Janet Ruge, librarian and Wayne Wollum caused by falling and collisions. ers. However, cartoons are prohibited days most of them cartoon charact-
t HN. The air-conditioned music room will be open from 0800 to such insignia would be under new and
. 1630 Monday through Friday from 1300 to 1700 on Saturdayand in those days. What is Teate today, as they S were
Sunday: and two additional hours, from 1700 to 1900 <|n Sign in a Chinese restaurant:: a sentimentalist doing with a shirt old as this?
"The Chow's A.TO.'S and when I gel
and the Mein
Tuesday Thursday. Thing. something like
keep it, .he explained.Page .


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ComFairJax I


NEWSteelers. SPORTS Hosts Softball

r ay

Four local outfits and a sea-

Cards Clash going crew from the USS Saratoga 2 {

started oft their tussle for dia-

iaturday Night In Jax mond ComFairJax supremacy Softball in Tournamentat the annual

For sports fans in the Jacksonville area, all roads lead Enterprise Field yesterday The

I I the Gator Bowl Stadium tomorrow night where two of double elimination derby will see

National Professional Football League's top clubs, the the Saratogans, VU-10, VA-44,

_____ Steelers and the St. Louis Cardinals clash at 2000. VAP-62 and their ComFairJaxhosts o,1
nense, and the sensationalSys *
battle it out through Mon- '1"
that are developed therein V
day, August for the
what has made pro football the championship LIKE CAMPING OUT-Mike (in tent) and George Farago,
attraction that it is. Ands and a' whack at the AirLant sons of Chief Machinist Mate Mike Farago (Ret), look over some
.< Tournament at Norfolk in Sep- of the camping, fishing, and other athletic gear offered for check-
could not ask for two
more tember. out by NAS Special Services. Numerous items, ranging from
ensive-minded clubs than the swim fins to sleeping bags are available to Navy personnel for

elers and the Cards. Both are I'. ;' W All eyes will be focused on Jack the asking to use for their leisuretime enjoyment.

|,ded with good quarterbacks, Smith of ComFairJax, who was

akaway runners, and fine voted the outstanding softball NAS Services
Ids. i. : pitcher of the '61 intramural sea- Special

ome of the best quarterback- son at last night's Iron Man

t in the pro circuit will ben Sports Award Banquet. The sling- Makes Leisure EnjoyableNAS

Saturday night Bobbyyne ing softballer wound up the year

| a veteran of 13 years in with a 15-2 won-loss record.
Special Services, located in Building 704, is an
pro game, and one of the set for the sailors leisure time
Regular game time will be 0930 agency up recreation. Many
hi 1 leaders, will quarterback and 1330, with a night game prob- Station personnel participate in the varsity and intramural

Steelers. His understudy is able for the championship fracas. sports program which continues the year around. This is

jjdy Bukich, a seven-year man at! dS'hv. coordinated by the Athletic Director at the Mainside Gym,

Jth great potential. ri .. ) ., ;>:':!'.. .,' who prepares all sports schedules. Finances required for this

he. Cardinals are loaded at TOUCHDOWN MAKEROneof Gifford Siufz enterprise are supplied by the composite? .! recreation. fund.
quarterback slot. George Izo, the real sharp veterans of The "55" division also sponsors

mer Notre Dame great, is the National Pro Football League semi-private clubs such as the

Ited to start for the Cards. Preston Carpenter, will be Capture Junior The Navy Jax Sailing Club, Archery
at end for the
skiing Izo for the slot is Char- Pittsburgh Steel Club and Ham Radio Club.
ers in their big encounter Sat
Johnson, a rookie from New urday night against the St. Golf TourneyThe WaterLine Weight lifting and judo clubsare
'xico State and Sam Etche- Louis Cards at the Gator Bowl slated to begin in the fall.

Inry, for nine years a fabulous Stadium. Formerly with the People who don't desire to
first in a series of events
nadian League star who has Browns, Carpenter join a club or participate in the
has long been one of the most for Navy junior golfers got un-
|own 183 touchdown passes, finding underrated players in pro derway at the Jacksonville Naval intramural or varsity sports pro-

32 in one season. ranks. He is deceptive and a Air Station course with a 36-hole Mayport Naval Station recently grams can check out sporting
glue-fingered pass receiver. announced that they were goods at no cost. This is the func-
lie Steelers, beaten five times Junior match play tournamentlast
ceasing all sailing activities. Asa tion of the Special Services Gear
the final minute last year, Stacy, Prentiss Gautt, and Jerry week.
111 result, NAS Jax received a Issue Department, operated by
up a 5-6-1 Norton.
Capt. R. E. Clements welcomedthe total of six pleasure craft, including Bill McGowan AK2. Open hoursare
Ird and with
Well-located reserved seats are juniors, emphasizing fair an 18 foot sloop, a sail- 0800-1630, Monday through
figure to be
considerablytter. still available in the East and play and sportsmanship. Pro fish, and four sunfish. Both fish Friday.
| Their roster includes
ndouts West stands. Tickets are on sale Jack Harvey reviewed the rules types are single masted paddle- Upon request, a person may

as Layne, Tom Tracy, aboard the Station at Sepcial and etiquette.Don board-like rigs, carrying a single check out complete fresh or salt
Jhn Henry Johnson and
| in the offensive backfield Services, Building 704, and will Gifford led 17 other triangular sail. water fishing outfits, gas opera-
; be available through Friday but ted lanterns and stoves, umbrella
ng with Jackie Simpson, Bob- youngsters around the course to In last Sunday's tri-club meeton
Joe Green, in the defensive fans are urged to hurry since finish one stroke ahead of the the St. Johns off the Station tents and pup tents, archery sets,

ckfield; and Big Daddy Lipsb the good seats are going fast. closest contender, 77-79, for a 156 shores, only two of the scheduled sleeping bags, coolers, coffee pots
Here the and automatic rotisseries.
Buzz Nutter Dan James are probable offensive total. Dave Stutz was runner-up three races came off. A buoy
lineups for Saturday's battle: : Face masks and 'swim fins are
[eston Carpenter on the offen- with 73-84, 157. marker sank during the second.
pe line. PITTSBURG POI. CARDINALS Pos.John Another junior event was set run, negating the results. But available for skin diving
skis be
sio lE Sonny Randle lE for August 22-23. This time only the first and last races came off siasts, and water can
he Cardinals had the National Dan James LT Ed Cook LT had for sportsmen who'd rather
otball League's best ground of- Mike S.ndulky lG Tom Day lG nine holes of match play was without a hitch in almost perfect get their kicks on the surface.
Buzz Nutter COon Gillil C slated, in which adult members sailing weather.In thereis
ise last year and best all-around For those stay-at-homes,
John Nilby RG ken Gray RG caddied for their juniors. Results the Rhodes Bantam Class,
fense. Their lineup is studdedth Dick Klein RT Ernie McMill.n RIPres an extensive sportinggear
such stars, in addition to Carpenter RE Mal HlmmlCk RE were not available at press time. Ken Ries of Cecil Field took a : tennis rackets and balls,

cheverry, Izo, and Johnson, .as Bobby llyne QB George 10 QB On September 10, a Junior- second place in the first race, badminton sets, volleyball nets

|>nny Randle, Joe Childress, Tom Tracy lH Joe Childress lH Senior meet consisting of 18-hole and a third in the next. Tom and balls, handballs, softballs,
Dial RH Bill RHJ.
Buddy Steeey
al Hammack, Leo Sugar, Bill H. Johnson BF Frank Meatnik FB medal play will be held. Knowles reversed the order, witha bats,. gloves.. shoes. and bicycles..
forth in the first contest -
spot for both sexes to name a lew.
and a second spot in the last. Shotguns can be checked out

Bill Hopkins of ComNabSix came through the NAS armory at the

In third and fourth respectively. Skeet Range. A suitable hunting

George Monthan of VFP-62 license must be presented before

aced his sleek Cougar Catamaranin checking them out, however.

L_. _ : the Open Class, taking a sec- Florida fishing and hunting per-

ond and third place in the two mits are also sold at the Special

.s Y events. Services Main Office.
? All this paraphenalia can be
This Sunday, August 27, will
borrowed free of charge, with
feature another tri-club meet
only one hitch. In order that all
between the Rudder Club, Florida -
persons desiring use of equip-
Yacht Club and Navy Jax
t .X s ment may have their chance,
;'s.. Sailing Club. The FYC will act
checkout time is restricted to
as host at the event. There will
one day, or over a weekend.
be a skippers meeting at 1400,
Additional information may be
followed by the first race at
: / h1ggg. 1430. obtained at Bldg. 704, or by calling -

Ext. 512.Golf .

Meet Set
Saturday Hours
For Golf Course For August 31

An intramural golf organiza-
time for the NAS
tional meeting will be held at

Golf Course on Saturdays has the Mainside gym, Thursday, 31

been set at 0700, until further August at 0930.FOOTBALL .

Tee-off time reservationsmay REFEREES will

i be made for the coming meet at the athletic director's
E. Clements (right, foreground) talks with Junior Golf Tour-
LINKSTER LECTURE-Capt. R. office on Monday, August 28 at
weekend anytime after 0830 on
nament teed off at the Station golf course last week. Don Gifford son of
entrants before they 1130. All interested are invited to
local Unkster notable Lew he has the potential to fill his dad's spiked shoes bywinning Wednesdays.
the event with a 77.79r&KSZ Dave Stub came in second with a 73-84. 157. attend.August .


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Page 6 tAX AIR NEWS 24 August 1961

$4,675 Bi-WeeklyPay

(Continued from Page 2))

Colvin $65, both of the Supply .

Department.Two For UngradedBegins
"Benny Sugg" Award 1

winners at Public Works Department : :et tkL '

were Richard P. Wilkes, __ In 62Some
$15; and Jesse Phillips, $25. Presenting J

the awards was Capt.
3600 diem civilian
James A. Bentley, Public Works # { per
Officer. ';4 employees at NAS Jax, also
l referred to blue collar
Also ,l as or
receiving suggestion awards
\@, ungraded workers, will be
presented by Comdr. George '
Center, Security Officer, were ,;:( t 1", ',: t'j' getting paid on a bi-weekly
basis beginning in January.
Fridolin F. Mueller John E. >'
$25 l.
; y: : r \
The diem workers
per as they:
Stolarski, $20; and Aina K. Mc- Ne kN b ; have been for a good many
Gowan, $10, all of the Security :
years, are currently being paidon
Department. a weekly basis. However, as a
,,,,, \f ,
:' :' result of Congressional action oil
0 9 y Rso dpooaa+v< #'
New CommissaryContinued : the Defense Appropriation Act
for fiscal 1962, a changeover in
( from Page 1))
I pay periods will be made.
ing hours, for both military per-
The changeover from a weeklyto
sonnel and their working wives.
a bi-weekly basis is currently
Another check-out has
scheduled to commence with the
also been installed to improve
FIRST NETHERLANDS TRAINEES-This group of six Royal Netherlands Navy men wEo pay period beginning on Janu-
shopping services offered auth- arrived ot the Naval Air Mobile Training Group Detachment' here last week are the first person ary 7, 1962, and ending January
orized commissary patrons and nel from that country to be assigned to the detachment for training. Shown during a familiarization 20. More detailed information
comments and suggestions for lecture on a P2V-7 aircraft engine, the aircraft which they will study they are (left to this
regarding changeover locally
further right), ADC. Johannes D. Smaling; AD2. Johan H. Poortermans (in rear): ADC. Harry Snackey:
improvements are solicited ADC. Marijn A. Klasen ADI. William Roelofsen and AD2. Harry G. Schuile. Giving the lectureis will be published by the NAS
by the officer in charge. V. J. Love, ADRC. (second from right), leading chief o fthe unit. Watching the proceedings is Comptroller at a later date.
L. A. Lubinski AECS technical advisor on P2V-7 aircraft from NAMTG headquarters in Memphis The changeover will bring the

Tenn. I. Navy payroll practices into con-

Bailie 'E' Award formity with other government

Leadership Reps, Netherlands Navy Men agencies, including the Army and

Will Return To Air Force.In .
Meet At CI&E/ addition to the 3600 employees -

For at NAS Jax, an additional
NAS With VA-15 On August 25A Report 500 more Navy employees in the

meeting of all Department area will be affected. The class-
The coveted members of Naval Air Mo-
Navy Battle Effi-
Leadership Representativeswill NAMTG headquarters in Mem- ified, or graded employees, some
ciency award will return to NAS be held in the CI&E bile Training Group Detachment phis, Tenn.Training. 1400 of them at NAS Jax, already -
Jax, Monday, Aug. 28, with the Lecture Room (Topside, Bldg. 1058, here at NAS welcomed six are being paid on a biweekly -
arrival of Attack Squadron 15 Netherlands to for the group will bs
Royal Navy men basis.
955)) on Friday, August 25, at
from their 1961 MediterraneanSea 1000. the unit last week to undergo an given in five phases, the first of

cruise aboard the USS Frank- Representation at the meet- eight-week course of instructionon which will be familiarization with

lin D. Roosevelt. The Valions will ing will be in acordance with P2V-7 aircraft. They are the. the P2V-7 by all instructors, fol- Jax Notice Lists

fly their "E" pennant from Han- instructions set forth in En- first group from that country to lowed by machinist maintenancewith Authorized Reps
gar 115, as the only winners at closure (1)) to NASJAXINST report for training at the unit.
NAS Jax for fiscal 1961. 5390.1 (Officer members not instructors Love; J. Kalian, For /InsuranceA
The group, met and welcomed ADRC; and G. E. Harris, ADR1;
VA-15, completing their seventh required to attend.)
aboard by V. J. Love, ADRC, structural maintenance by R. L. recent NAS Jax Notice, num-

Med deployment, has also amassed leading chief of the unit, on be- Hudson, AMH1, and C. M. Gruber, ber 1741 lists all qualified com-
another 10,000 accident-free hours ations the'pilots flew low level
mercial life insurance companiesand
half of the unit's area represen- AMI; electrical maintenance by
a rare mark seldom'achieved by missions over Turkey, Greece, tative, Lcdr. R. M. Kingsley, includes C.. L. Linza, AEC, and A. M. Ad- thire agents or representatives -
carrier operating squadrons. Sev- Italy, and Lybia, while the main-
who are authorized to
ADC. Marijn A. Klasen, air, AEC, and ending a
enty-five percent of the 10,000 tenance department performed ADC. Harry Snackey, ADC. Jo- phase on ordnance maintenanceby the sale of life insurance aboard
figure was achieved while flying without incident.
hannes D. Smaling, ADI. Willem R. J. Ruyle, AOCS. the station.
from the decks of the FDR. The Valions are commanded by Roelofsen, AD2. Harry G. Sch- Any agent or company who is

In May, the Valions flew 1,406 Comdr. Ted L. Farrell from Clin- uite, and AD2. Johan H. Poorter- not listed in the notice may not

carrier-based flight hours from ton, Miss.Two mans. Football Meet Set conduct business aboard NAS Jax.
the decks of the FDR, a figure All Department Heads and ten-

unprecedented with the Sixth mosquitoes were restingon Also arriving at the unit for a At Gym August 29An ant commands are to insure that

Fleet and the record has been Robinson Crusoe's arm. brief visit in connection with agents are not conducting busi-
acknowledged Atlantic training of the Netherlands group intramural touch foot- ness in working areas and
as an "I'm leaving now, said one, ball organizational meetinghas any
Fleet all-time monthly high for "I'll see you on Friday." and other general training was that appointments are kept only
been scheduled at the
any typ3 carrier squadron and is L. A. Lubinski, AECS, technical Athletic Director's office in between 1630 and 2100 on normal
advisor on P2V-7 aircraft fromClassified between 0800
working day and
presently under consideration
as A new, fast, acoustic torpedoIn the mainside gym, Tuesday,
an all-time Naval aviation record. use by the Navy can be fired August 29, at 0930. and 1630 on Saturday, Sundayand
Throughout this intensive submarines I holidays.
per- against cruising at

iod of day and night carrier oper- any depth. : :' ,

C ,

For Sale

Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, $800 dn Inclu
close costs; Mrs. Neil Diorio, EV 4-2920.

Cedar Hills Acres-4 bdrm, 2bsth; SP

Direct From Owner-Lakeshore, Inquire
5259 Fremont St; Rose Osborne, EV

L : wZ Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, patio; EV 4-2634.
p .
.rg.: { k
For Rent ett IMiK \:
J4/ J,2 PIP Furn Effc Apt-4 rms, $50; Mrs.
: ;. Dorothy Lamb, EV 9-0514 or EV 8-9806.

Unfurn Home-2 bdrm, kit equip, $75
per mo; Rose Osborne, EV 97396.

Unfurn Apt-2 bdrm, kit equip, $68
per mo or furn apt 1 bdrm, $65 per
L mo; Rose Osborne, EV 97396.

Furn Home-2 bdrm, $90, lakeshore;
Mrs. Howard Thomas, RA 4-8382 after

1700.Wanted to Rent-unfurn, 4 bdrm, River-
\\\l\\Ulll': side, Avondale, Ortega or Venetia; J. R. '
\ \\ Pergh, EV 87284. ,

Riverside-gar apt, 3 rms & bath, furn,
$65 per mo; Miss Louise Bowden, EV .
7-5671. SAFETY AWARD-Rear Adm.. Joseph M. Canon Com-
CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST?-Well, at least it is for the Effc Apt-4 rms, furn; Miss Dorothy mander Fleet Air Jax and Naval Air Bases 6ND (left) presentsthe
Navy Exchange Toyand which is ready and waiting to open Lamb, EV 9-0514 or EV 8-9806. Secretary of the Navy Award for Achievement in Safety to
its doors on Thursday. August 31. Located at the corner of Murray Hill-2 bdrm, furn, $100 per Capt. R. O. Canada Commanding Officer, Naval Hospital, at
Enterprise Ave.. and Hiscayne St.. in Building 514, more than mo; T. M. Cowan, EV 9-3374. ceremonies in the captain's office. The award was given
19,000 items including Christmas cards and decorations will Mon Jax Beech-unfurn, 3 bdrm, 218 13th for accident prevention during 1960. The award exemplifies
display there. Hours of operation after opening day will be Ave N; Padrlck, EV 7-3658 after 1615. quick observance of Navy safety rules said the admiral, who
from 0930 to 1700 Monday through Friday and 0900 to 1200 on Murray Hill-3 bdrm, kit equip, $75 extended congratulations and appreciation to all who contri-
Saturday. per mo; EV 7-3909 after 1700. buted to the winning of the award.


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