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Don't Let Death Take Your Holiday; Drive CarefullyHoliday


Fri.-Cloudy; showers.
High 94; Low 76
Sat.-Cloudy; showers. X The NAS Commissary
High 94; Low 77 JfI Store will begin new,
Sun.--Cloudy; showers. longer open hours on
High 94 Low 77 September 5. See story
Mon.-Cloudy; showers. story on page six for
High 92; Low 75 exact times.

Vol. 19 No. 22 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 31 August 1961

xx..xa v c ge,7c 'awq ; r;

Buildup Affect At O&R

Explained By OfficialsHow

the Overhaul and Repair Department at Jack-

sonville Naval Air Station fits into the picture of the

recently announced build-up of certain Navy facilities, was $
spelled out by the local O&R officials.As .
a result of the Navy De-

partment's recent acceleration of
its weapons programs in supportof Key West Subs

naval aircraft, officials at the '' : kr., ; }
Station say, the O&R here has '. z
[ SJ
been advised by the Bureau of Will Hold Open '\ S

Naval Weapons that the depart- kC.'. 1 9!, r'.
ment's work load has been increased .... .... '... t 'YS..;{ !Yrf fiL z 2x {:

eight percent for the House In JaxThe J H\\
first quarter of fiscal year 1962. \KrUQ '{ S: '.

No change to the Jacksonville USS Trutta (SS421)) and

O&R's present basic 40-hour, :five- USS Grenadier (SS525)), unitsof

day workweek is planned. How- Submarine Division 121 home- '; #
ever, it was added that to insure ported at Key West, will be open

schedules are met, over- for public inspection during their
time and multiple and rotating stay in Jacksonville over the

shifts will be utilized to a great ; Labor Day weekend.The .

extent throughout various areas
two vessels will arrive at
of the O&R shops.To .
about 0945 Saturday and will tie
assist the O&R here in
the Atlantic Coast Line
meeting its responsibility, the Bu- up at
dock. Open hours will be from STATION'S FIRST FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT-Here h the seen Immediately following
of Naval has
reau Weapons also 1300 to 1400 Saturday, Sunday, the first fatal auto accident in the Natal Air Station's history. The foreign-make car smashed
increased the local department'scivilian and into the rear of a city bus killing the driver of the car. The accident occurred last Thursday at
and September 2,3,
personnel ceiling by 59, Monday, about 1745 on Yorktown Are. at Gillis.
from 2976 to 3035 at this time. 4.

Further increase to the O&R's Commander of the sub divisionis

civilian ceiling and workload is Comdr. W. C. Amick, a nativeof Blood Donor Day I First NAS Traffic Death
anticipated during the second Jacksonville. Skippers of the

quarter beginning October 1. two subs are Lcdr. M. S. Terrassof Set September 13
The Overhaul and Repair De-
and Lcdr. J. L.
the Trutta,
partment at the Station is north- Civilian employees are reminded -
east Florida's largest industrial Jensen with the Grenadier.The that a blood donordayhas Mars 21-Year Record
plant, employing mostly skilled Trutta, commissioned in been scheduled for -

labor. The :first quarter expan- 1944, completed two successful Mainside, September 13 Building, at the One of the finest auto safety records in. the nation came
sion will increase the local O&R'spayroll Dispensary,
by approximately $1,300, patrols and destroyed 16 enemy 8. Donations will be taken to an end last Thursday when the Naval Air Station recordedthe

000 to approximately $20,000,000 vessels from March 19 to July between 0830 and 1200. first fatal traffic accident in its 21-year history.

annually. i 29, 1945. James A. Narron, a retired
.__.. chief travelling on Yorktown near the
hospital corpsman, was
5rIS scene of the accident, and other
killed when his small
foreign car

::1 -T I Jti'1 9 t M IXtrnY crashed into the rear of a City witnesses did not appear, disclosed to be that exceedingthe Narron

Coach Co., bus at about 1745. 35-mile-an-hour speed limit.
The bus west off the
travelling ,
Also it was reported that it appeared -
Station, was stopped to load
the bus had been stoppedfor
passengers on Yorktown Ave.,
some few seconds beforeNarron's
at Gillis when the accident oc-
car crashed into it.
A NAVY DOCTOR pronounced
NARRON. AN insurance agent,
Narron dead at the scene. The
was the husband of Mrs. Bernice
autopsy indicates that death was
Narron 444 Northwest 30th Ave.
% y
!s due to severe impact of the dri-
Gainesville Fla.Information .
ver's chest against the steering
from motorists
wheel and post of his car.
"This should awaken us all to

the fact that one does not needto
Air News Copy
be driving at a high speed to
Needed be involved in an accident," a

EarlyFor safety official at NAS commented."We .
Next IssueWith should be alert at all times,
and should always be able to

Monday, September 4, anticipate the actions of the driver

Labor Day, being observed as ahead," he added. It was

{sy a national holiday here at NAS also pointed out by some that

Jax, the office of the Jax Air had the car been equipped witha

% News will be closed. seat belt, it possibly could
f IIr. All hands having material have prevented the death of the

for publication in the September driver.

7 issue are urged to forward The Station has been in existence -

it to reach the office no for 21 years and in that
later than 0900, Tuesday, Sep- time millions i i of cars have

tember 5. Cooy reaching the travelled its many roads. In all
JOB. JOB WHOSE GOT A JOB-Shown here is Just a portion of the overflow crowd of
job-seekers at the NAS Industrial Relations Employment Office on Monday morning as a resultof office this afternoon or tomor- that time not one person was
the announcement last week that several ,additional employees would be added at Overhaul row, Friday, September 1, will ever killed in an auto accident
and Repair Department to help meet the added workload brought about there by the current military have priority on placement for
buildup. Some 300 persons had been processed by IRD's placement officers H. B. Masterson aboard, until Thursday's acci-
and Sidney Wilds, from last Thursday through Monday morning with 95 having passed through publication. dent.
their office by 1100 on Monday alone, when this photo was taken.


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2. JAX AIR NEWS 31 August 1961

wfunrLwsNAS Employees Active CalledTo Duty Picnic Basket Dangers Told

Jackionvlll Asked To ReportCivilian By American) Medical GroupServicemen
Comdr Walter J. Schub Commanding Officer employees of NAS
Fleet Air Jackionvlllt; NAB 6ND Jax, who are members of Jocal
Rear Adm. Joseph AA. Canon __ _____ Commander and their dependents enjoying the old
Capf. Vincent Casey ____________________________ Chief of Staff, Fairfax reserve units that have been American institution of family picnics, have been cautioned
Capt. C. L Moore, Jr. Chief of Staff, NAB Six ordered to active duty statuson by the American Medical Association to use certain food
Fleet Air Wing Eleven or about October 1, 1901,
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr_ Commander precautions.
Capt. AAurlin W. Allay _? Chief Staff OfficerNaval are urged by the Industrial The AMA says that if you
Air Technical Training Unit Relations Department to notify make up a hamper of sandwiches -
Capt. Harttel) D. Allen Commanding OfficerExecutive their supervisors of that fact Reserve Officers load it into the baking hot
Comdr. Eugene F. Vardery Officer
Naval Hospital immediately. trunk of your car, and allow it
Capt. R. O. Canada Commanding Officer Notification is important to May Change to remain there for any lengthof
Capt. Stephen H. Tollni- Executive Officer both the employees and man- time you are flirting with

Capt. F. H. Holt.Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Commanding Officer agement as it will insure orderly Service BranchA food poisoning.The .

Comdr. William M. Miller. ___ Executive Officer processing of records and reserve officer of any military most common cause of food
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at allow management to plan for service who is especially
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July poisoning, according to AMA, is
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air uninterrupted performance of qualified to contribute to the staphylococcic bacteria. A few
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing the duties of employees being success of an activity of another of these bacteria, combined with
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. called to active duty. service will now be given the
Service Information Officer- ....Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. to do without warm temperatures and a few
Assistant Service Information Officer. ....-Andrew H. Planey opportunity so hours time are all that is need-
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOl; Sandy Martinson, : interruption of his service career, ed to cause real trouble.
JOSN, Ralph Bailey, SA. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. Fox Is Honorman by being transferred from one Taking along the sandwich in.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editor Association and Southern and International service and appointed in another.
gredients in their original containers -
Councils of Industrial Editors.
The Jax Air Newt Is e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material 6 rAW-II Officers transferred, however, and making up the picnic
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs Among may not be appointed in the meal on the spot, is the recom-
unless! otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. other service with a higher rankor
mended method.
Editorial offices/ located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone precedence than that he heldon
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. RadioGraduates the date prior to hos transfer. The favorite ham sandwich is

This program is designed primarily one of the trouble makers. Ham
Six men were graduated from
for use in the technical spoils quickly in warm temper
Eleven's radio
Fleet Air Wing
Labor Day Ends SummerDon't school here last week, culmina- fields to permit the full utilization ature and the medical group ad-
of specialists, but the authority vises that it be carried in a seal.
ting an intensive 11-week training
co'urse. to transfer between servicesis ed can and opened just before
Certificates were presentedthe
not restricted to technical eating.
graduates by Capt. M. W.
Let It End LifeHere specialists alone.
Allen. Chief Staff Officer, FAW11. No officer may be transferred that Potato spoils salad rapidly is another and the food as-

his consent and tranfers
it comes D-Day, Disaster Day, Death Day-Labor Class honorman was E. F Fox, will without be made only within authorized sociation says it is better to take
Day. The day when millions of Americans will hit the road ATN3, of Experimental Squadron strength limitations for the ingredients in sealed jars

for a last summertime fling. And some of them will hit one 1, Key West, with a final mark of the active-duty forces, if the officer and mix them at the last minute.

another on the highways, making it the last fling of their 94.7. Other- graduates were J. W. is on extended active duty. A picnic ice box, properly

lives. Merril, AC2, Airborne Early Requests for transfer by naval used, a is a great food saver. It

In advance of the long, lethal weekend, statisticians will Warning Squadron 4; J. D. Den- officers will not be approveduntil should be a well insulated box,

predict the casualty figure. By Friday evening the graph mark, AN Patrol Squadron 5; D. they have completed their with a tight lid, and there
will have begun to climb upward. The nation will have O. O'Neil, ATS3, VP-16; E. A. first obligation of active commissioned should be plenty of ice. Items to

enacted its national, tragedy for another year. Vincent, ATNAN, VX-1; and E. naval service after their be stored in the ice box shouldbe

IN 1960 ,THE Labor Day death toll on the highways was D. Exceen, ATN3' VW4. original appointment. well chilled in a refrigerator

555. This year, with more cars on the roads, will it mean even' The FAW-11 radio school was local area.Curriculum. prior to being placed in the box.

more deaths? Should it? established in August 1951 to for the school includes Fresh fruits make the best des

The answers can only be found in each of us who drives. overcome a critical shortage of International Morse Code, serts, says the medical associa

We cannot control the other fellow's car except by such trained patrol aircraft radio oper- typing and radio operator pro- tion. They warn about cream-
devices as using our horn and blinking our lights. But we ators and is at the present time cedures, requiring each studentto
can control ourselves. We can be moderate-we can take it training personnel of other type receive a minimum of 18 words filled pastries which spoil very

easy by adhering vigilantly to the common-sense rules that squadrons and commands in the per minute for graduation. fast on hot days.

safety officials try to keep uppermost in our minds. We all They say, if in doubt about the i
know them. To disregard them as being rules for the other
fellow is nothing short of criminal.SO VP-18 Names Crew Three safety of picnic foods, keep in
mind your own kitchen practicesof
IT BECOMES a personal thing. To safety people, the
insurance companies, the big organizations, will have issued refrigerating those edibles
their annual warnings. This year, for example, the American First 'Crew Of Month that require it.

Trucking Associations, Inc., is calling on all truck drivers Then plan picnic lunch
to keep their lights on from 1600 Congratulations are in order your
1 until
Friday, September
exercise scores, condition of thecrew's accordingly. and the risk of
0800 Crew Three of Jax-based Pat a
September 5. "Our
efforts, it says, "are directed
at reminding our people and everyone else who seesa rol Squadron 18, which has been aircraft, and emergency I picnic spoiled by food poison-

truck with its lights on that safe, careful driving is the selected as the squadron's first drUls. ing is negligible.Page .
only solution." winner of the Commanding Of-

Will ficer's Crew of the Month Award. off?' .?; wa:pcu L.akL? ,Yyy 'Fhw: .:MrN 'ca'G
each of us see the light Will we keep it flashing in ,
I VP-18 is currently deployed at + <
minds? Labor sLtiL.ti
Day for most of us means end of summer.
It needn't mean the end of us. the Naval Air Facility, Signoella,
Sicily, and is expected to returnin

Use the below General Driving Check List, issued by the Members of Crew Three includeLt. :L0..:,... ..
National Safety Council, as an inventory of your driving D. Prentiss; Ltjg( ). R. F. Penn; } t3a:
habits: Ltjg( ). A. C. Thomas'H.; B. Chamberlain

USE OF EYES-Do you use your eyes properly? Are AE2; C. T. Foster, A03;

you aware of danger? Do you do something about dangerous. J. C. Liberty, AT3; S.G. Pursell,
situations? I AT2; W. R. Bell, AD3; and J. E.

!Blythe, AN. Lt. Prentiss receivedthe
TIMING-Do you use good timing when passing,
changing lanes pennant on behalf of his crew
determining following distances and in
protecting your position? The award was established in
July of this year by Comdr. W.
SIGNALLING-Do you signal your intentions W. Honour, squadron commanding -
through the proper use of position of vehicle on the read- officer to instill ;r; ,{;
way speed, horn, hand signals and mechanical signals? competition t': .. :
,between crews and help increase ,9 :, r ., ... v.'.:. ; :.k:
: L
COURTESY-Do you practice acts of courtesy? Do squadron readiness and preparedness. f i
you refrain from becoming disturbed, running out of patience -. i ) /

and taking chances? Do you give pedestrians and The winners will fly' the pen- [
other drivers a break? *
nant each month and reoeive an : ,1f
GENERAL CONTROL-Do you drive in a relaxedor European Familiarization Flightfor ill $ f

sure manner-not over-confident? Do you refrain from three: nights to various cities, ", .
rationalizing by commenting on the condition of the car or including London, Paris, Copen- &wHONORED .4YY: +nw:F}: tWKfW.L vey:

blaming other drivers? Is your driving of the quality that hagen, and Frankfurt. BY SQUADnON--L.u-j. -, ? the Month"and
causes your passengers to feel at ease? Considered in selecting the win putslanding Plane Captain of the Monlh" honors hare been

SMOOTHNESS-Do you start, stop, make turns, pass ning crew are total flight hours, respectively awarded L., by Crist Attack AO1 Squadron, (left), and 44. Crist P. A.was LaChange commended, ATAN.for

other vehicles, etc., smoothly? instrument hours, crew commen- his outstanding[ performance of duly while serving as Line
SPEED-Do you obey speed limits and keep an dations, completed qualification Safely Petty Officer, with LaChance being died while serving
even, smooth speed or is your driving erratic? exercises, fleet-wide competitive for as plane their captain personal on appearance the A4D line.and Both were commended



31 August 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Dental Corps


Marks 49thAnniversary ._

a :v' Ask UsWith

: CA
traffic fatalities and inJuries -

/ t : continuing to rise each
Local members of the Navy's r 'i-- : ; successive year, particularly dur-

Dental Corps joined with mem- ing holiday periods such, as the
bers of the Jacksonville Dental up-coming Labor Day weekend,

Society on Saturday evening at what one driver precaution do

the NAS Jax Officers' Club ina you feel that, if taken, could con-
dinner-dance celebrating the tribute most to reducing the ever
49th Anniversary of the Navy increasing toll?

Dental Corps. Many members of "I think there are three pre-
the attending JDS had served cautions that should be taken.

with the Navy Dental Corps. Number one is

Both the Naval Hospital and do not drink' ''' "v

Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit while driving;

have dental personnel assigned number two is
to provide dental treat- do not plan a

ment for their personnel. The vacation that t ''

NAS Jax Dental Department .. will take you
provides treatment for personnelof too far from -
the Station, Fleet Air Units home ; and : <
aboard, and small detachmentsboth number three is
to make sure I '
ashore and afloat in the
that your car is Jones
area. It also provides dental .
--- ------------"- in good working condition at all
prosthetic treatment for all per-
sonnel ashore in the northeast CLASS Here Paul Hetz
Florida area and for those aboard AECS an instructor with Division.
some of the small craft based at NATTU. explains the threat "I think that shorter trips at
communism offers the world to reduced speeds would contribute

Mayport.The author- members of the first which Wave ,,.o.v..,AY,m..."':......LL:... V'. materially.And,
Dental Corps was Leadership School class .
.. i.:1. (;::, I think that
Eleven ... .
ized by the Naval Appropriations recently graduated. '
Act of August 22, 1912, Waves from NATTU and NAS 1 people attempt
\ :>sy completed the first such schoolto k al larger trips
which provided for appointmentof be held locally for Waves. "' than they cannegotiate
30 assistant dental surgeons. Martha Smith. AG3. and Leah'H.
Since that time the strength of, Hebert. SN. (left to right) '". .,. at
.. J safe speeds. My
In photo at Itft are shown ai :
has varied reaching a "
the Corps ,
they arrived for classes laden .,' :. ..;. :: family and I do
peak of more than 7,000 officers with leadership books for the : ...,iY;' <'; J\ not plan trips
during World War II. two-week, four-hour a day : "i'
.)) ss. A; .'34,>>':;:";':' over 50 to 70
Today there are some 1,739 { iq{:} course covered many ..1J: .i f'f.r.s'\ :; miles from
facets of :
a. ... leadership. ., .. .
Dental Corps officers on active ; ty: .;"Ih .'>A<>,::: .: :f::,.<<: JacksonvflleJarvis

duty and they are assisted in over the week-

accomplishing the Dental Corps FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION end." Mrs. E. Jarvis, Plans As-
mission by 63 Medical Service, sistant.
Corps and Dental Service War-
"Probably to allow yourself
rant officers and 2,803 dental plenty of time to get where you

technicians. The newly appointed youth are going so....... A C.Y
activities committee of Jackson- I 'you don't have ''

ville Branch 91, Fleet Reserve Association to hurry. You

Early Outs Still will commence a month- should allow

long candy sale beginning Friday, yourself more

Possible For Some Sept. 1, to finance a Fleet Re- time to get 34.. j'
serve team in the Navy-Jax-Or- where you are
i tega Little League area next sum- going on a busy '

College StudentsNavy mer. weekend. I believe -

Chairman of the committee is this would
personnel who have been
Roy M. Hayhurst. Candy sales cut down on

accepted for college Fall 1961 by semester September 11 Waves Graduate From will be held at various shopping traffic fatalities Eoff
1 for the centers in the Jacksonville area and injuries." Lt. Albert W.
will still be granted early
separ- Eoff Assistant Legal Officer.
ations according to information First Leadership ClassThe and at on-base Navy Exchangeand "We, need more policemen out
received from the Secretary of Commissary Store activities. on the high-

the Navy. first class of eleven Waves Branch 91 is sponsoring these ways, especially -
of the United Nations, Why we youth activities to further its fight
be y'
Personnel must qualified, recently received graduation cer- during holi-
however, in accordance with the tificates after two weeks of have the United States Treaty against juvenile delinquency. ,%,;,;:y days. Also, a
provisions of BuPersInst. 1910.- studies in Naval Leadership at Organizations, Importance of Mil- Each year the FRA provides act- driver should

12C, which includes payment of the Naval Air Technical Train- itary law, pointers in self im- ivities for young boys during save his drink-
the entrance fee, enrollment ina ing Unit. provement and drill and inspec- their summer vacation. 4..4 ing until he

full-time ,course of instruction Comdr. F. tions.Wave The candy to be sold is of stops driving.
Verdery, Leadership School Grad- s '
leading to a baccalaureate or NATTU Executive Officer I three types: salt water taffy, pea- 14 Common sense
com- uates were: Leone M. Hamilton,
higher degree, and the applicants nut brittle and flake. All sf''% will tell you
mended the class of NATTU and DK1, Leah H. Hebert SN, MaryE. peco %
showing that the specific school NAS Waves for outstanding ini- Jaquez YNSN, Joan Kusner profits from the sales will go to McLemore should that people

term for which early release is tiative, determination, and patriotism DK3, Evelyn W. Ray DTl, Suz- the financing of the Little League early if they are planning leave a long
the most during this initial Wave and Barbara J. team.
sought is academically anne Ruryk DK3 "
trip. Roger G. McLemore, BTC,
opportune time for him to beginor Leadership Course. Sawyer DKSA all of NATTUnit, Branch 91 is also vigorously be- AOOD.

'resume his education. Also, Suzanne Ruryk, Disbursing Vonda J. Freeman SK2, MarthaH. hind the National Headquarter's
of enrollment after Clerk Third Class was named as Smith AG3, Ileann M. Solo- efforts to boost the FRA member-
that delay the outstanding women in the mon PH2 and Norma L. Twyne ship to 100,000. No Navy or Mar- FUVIKJS US SAVINGS )
the normal separation date would
class and awarded Hon- DTCA all of NAS. ine enlisted BOMPS /v
was an Corps career : man (or
unduly handicap educational pur- certificate Comdr. f WILL ASSURE? <*
orwoman by retired) can afford not to belongto M

suit.For Verdery.The Practical Factors the FRA. The immense benefits WIT-IOUTAUERIT( RITY Ak. )

later semesters, the fol- two week, four-hour a day StressedThe derived from FEEL member- tr.7.rTJ .. j J
lowing guidelines have been established course reemphasized and revit- Policy ship far outwe'gh' the small mone-

: Personnel not invol- alized such topics as: Principlesand policy regarding practical tary outlay invested in membership -

untarily extended may be released techniques of Naval Lead- factors of Navy personnel, whichwas fees.
: ership, Personal Hygience, Im- initiated in January of this Members and non-members are
they are,
early portance of continual physical year, has been re-emphasized as invited to attend Branch 91's Sat-
in all respects, qualified in accordance fitness, Navy customs and cour- continuing in effect.
night dances at the FRA '
with BuPersInst.. 1910.- tesies, Navy Discipline as a tool The policy holds each individual urday t icy{
Clubhouse 8554 Roosevelt Blvd.
12C. for leadership, Fundamentals of responsible for personally delivering ,
the U. S. Government, Effects of their practical factors arid also participate in the Labor
Personnel Involuntarily exten- Communism, Our Arctic and Pa- form (NAVPERS 760) to the Day pork barbeque, Sept. 4, at

ded must use the new expira- cific Defense systems, Good man- CI&E Center, Bldg. 955, when it the clubhouse. Serving will beginat 'Ufl

tion of active obligated service agement, The Satellite Nations has been completed for a given noon and last until 2000. Do-

date as established by exten- and their objectives, effective pay grade and certified by the nations are $1.25 for adults and

sions in computing eligibility. supervisions, purpose and duties supervising officer. 75 cents for children under 12.

I 1

Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS _ 31 August 1961

Training Plan For NAS


4 \ ;: Junior Officers SetA

training plan for all NAS Jax officers of the rank of

lieutenant commander and below' has been formulated in

NASJAXINST 1520.2A to supplement their previous train-

ing in the fields of administration, management, and other

< : 4 areas to provide them with increased specialized and general
y S 4 n
: r: a professional knowledge.'

Since, in most cases, officers
Training under the
'tjues. new
have management responsibilities
plan will give each officer an
in the military or civilian .area
apportunity to further develop
or in a combination of both, in
ais management abilities, contri-
conducting Station operations,
bute to the efficiency of Station
effectiveness is tc
operation, and add to his poten-
a large degree based on their
tial as a career naval officer.
application of similar kinds oi
The Officer Training Council
knowledge practices and techni-
established in the training plan

includes the NAS Executive Of-

Two Atlantic Fleet ficer, as chairman, with the NAS

Administration Officer, Aircraft

Carriers Are NamedFor Maintenance Officer, Assistant

Overhaul and Repair Officer, As-

sistant Public Works Officer, As-
Safety sistant Supply Officer, and NAS

carriers of the Atlantic Operations Officer as members.The .

Fleet, the antisubmarine support Military Training Coordinator -

carrier USS Randolph and the and the Training Superint-

attack aircraft carrier USS Intrepid endent, Industrial Relations De-
HEADING HOME With their Navy Battle Efficiency "E" pennant flying high. Comdr. Ted
L. Farrell, Commanding Officer of Attack Squad ron 15 led the "Valient" fly-off from the aircraft have been announced as partment, are named as advisory
carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt on Sunday as the ship and squadron returned from deploy. the winners of the 1961 Admiral members.
ment in the Mediterranean Sea. Giving the firing signal to begin the twelve plane Flately Memorial Award for Several phases of instruction,
fly-off Was Ltjg( ). Tom Geanopulos. VA-15 will fly their "E" pennant as the only winners at- Aviation Safety. including correspondence courses,
NAS Jax for fiscal 1961.
year Runners-up for the trophies, will be utilized in the training

which commend outstanding attack plan. All junior officers will be

Health and antisubmarine support required to attend an orientation
Benefit ChangesAre
Women's Guild
I carriers of the Navy in accident session to acquaint them with

Sets Fall MeetThe prevention, were two Pacific the general mission and functions ,

Explained By IRD"There Fleet ships, the attack aircraft of various departments and activities !- :
All Saints Chapel Wo- carrier USS Oriskany and the of the command. Other

men's Guild will hold its first antisubmarine support carrier training will include group instruction -

has been a change in require an employee to enroll fall meeting on Monday, Sep- USS Yorktown.The participation in depart- "
my family. May I change my tember 11, at 0930, accordingto
under the Federal Employees Randolph is now a two- ment and station level training,
enrollment?" This has been one Health Benefits Program for his Mrs. Mildred O. Daughtery, time winner of the award, hav- off-duty study on an individual y

of the most frequent questions children orto provide health secretary-treasurer of the ing also won it in 1960. This is basis. and systematic instructionon 1

asked by employees under the benefits protection for them. Guild. the third year that the ,trophies the technical duties of his '

health benefits program. Conse- I The list is not all-inclusive and The meeting will be held in have been awarded. assignment.The ;!

quently, it !is one of the most' other events warrant inclusion the Chapel, Building 722, and Despite a substantial increasein Training Council will meet

recurring problems faced by by the may Commission.In all women of the Chapel are aircraft carrier flight opera- in April and October of each ",

activities. addition, to the above invited to attend. tions in the past year, the accident year, submitting a summarized ,
What does constitute a changein changes in marital and family Guest speaker at the meeting rate for carrier-based report of training initiated and If.

family and/or marital status status for will be Capt. W. S. Peck, NAS aircraft has been reduced by 10' recommendations for future
women employees the
that does permit enrollment Senior Chaplain. between 1 1960 and to
loss of percent July planning the CommandingOfficer.
or recovery, capacity
changes? What changes are per- June 30, 1901. : .
self-support of a husband who
mitted is
? Following a summary
the Civil Service has been covered in a family Responsibility for implementation -
provided by
of the training plan recommended -
Commission of its enrollment requires a change in
what constitute interpretationof such changes, the family enrollment code. Capt. Elliott To Assume been by the council has
assigned jointly Jo the Sta-
Employees are responsible for
and what enrollment opportunities -
tion Military Training Coordinator
each offers.A informing their activity of any -
change in marital status is change in marital or family sta- Command NARTU FridayCapt. erintendent.Classified and the. IRD Training Sup-
tus. Naval activities should make
of these marriage
anyone : ; an-
nulment; granting of a final divorce these changes-in-status determin-

decree; or death of a'' ations for purposes of enrollment, Ralph E. Elliott Jr., will officially assume com-

spouse. A change in marital changes in enrollment, and mak- mand of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit here at NAS I

status provides opportunity to en- ing withholdings and contribu- Jax on Friday, August 31, replacing Capt. Frank H. Holt,:

roll, or to change enrollmentfrom tions. Activities should also determine who has commanded the unit since April 30, 1959. Changeof

self only to self and family that a change in familyor I command ceremonies will be held in NARTU Hangar For Sale
marital status suports an enrollment 113 beginning at HfiO.
or the reverse. It also may require ,
Normandy Villege-3 bdrm Chief H. G.
or change in enroll- Capt. Holt will be assigned to
change from one family en- Robertson, Cecil Field, Ext. 361.
rollment code to another (female ment. When paying claims or NAS Jax, pending his retirementin Oak Hill-4 bdrm, 2 bath, avail, $135,
with non-dependent hus- providing services, the carrierhas September.The 4715 Burgundy Road N.; SP 1-3408.
Normandy Village-sacrf 3
the responsibility of deter- equity
band to regular family code or new NARTU commandingofficer
bdrm, 2 bath, A. L. Eulenfeld, EV 97175.
the reverse). mining if the person for whom who had been serving as Oak Hill-3 bdrm, 2 bath, $1950 dn,
A change in family status is benefits are sought is a mem- Operations Officer with Com- $98.50 per mot SP 11469.
ber of the family. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Murray Hills-2 bdrm, $950 dn, $8500bat
anyone of these: birth of a
\i1 Immed pose, R. E. Walnicott, Ext.
child; legal adoption by an em- : is a graduate of both George 8441.Oak

ployee of a child under age 19; First Flight TestIs Washington University, with an Hill Ttrrace-3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2-
legal adoption, by another, of anemployee's LLB degree, and the Naval War car gar Lt. Dave landmetier, SP 1-4973.
Cedar Hilli- 3 bdrm, CB, kit equip, ,
Made A4D5The He also attended the
child covered under By College.
bath, En.. P. E. Seiden, SP 1-4105.
family enrollment; annulment of Navy's newest modificationof }k k4 University of Illinois for three Meadow Brook-3 bdrm, 2 util rmi,

marriage of a child under age the A4D Douglas "Skyhawk" years. $52.50 per mOl H. N. Hatley, CO 46596.

19 who formerly was covered attack bomber the A4D-5 -is Naval service for Capt. Elliott For Rent j

under family enrollment; recov- now undergoing flight tests at began February 14, 1941 as an Murray Hill-3 bdrm, kit equip, $75 t

ery of self-support of a child Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. aviation cadet and he was sub- per Pay mOl Own EV 7.3909 Util-4 after rmt 1700.& bath, small t

age 19 or older who has been The "Skyhawk" is capable of sequently commissioned an ensign children, no pets, $60"per mOl J. B. ,

covered as a dependent; entry carrying nuclear bombs, rockets, ; <' ss \ s1:4 and designated a naval avia- Smith, 8035 Joffre Drive w
into, or discharge from, military guided missiles, machine guns tor in October 1941. Ortega Manor-unfurn, 3 bdrm, kit t
equip, $90 per mo, G. L Fallin, EV
service of a spouse, or a child and other weapons. During World War II combat 9-9979. 1

under 19;. issuance or terminationof Structural changes permit ap service, the new skipper i Is cre- Furn Apt-4 rms; Mitt Dorothy Lamb,
an order of a court granting increased payload, take-off dis- dited with having shot down 9% EV 9-0514) or EV 8-0806. I
interlocutory divorce, limited divorce tances and wind required for and winning 4230 Irvington Ave.-apt, prl, no cook, '
Japanese planes
Mrs. Ida Belnarlo
EV 85503.
legal separation or separate deck launching have been reduced TO HEAD NARTU-Capt. three Distinguished Flying Crosses Murray Hill Gardeni-will share home

maintenance. Other court and its radius for close Ralph E. Elliott Jr.. will officially and 10 Air Medals. with woman or couple; E. Taft, EV 7-1010 I I
actions which justify recognitionof support of ground troops extended assume command of after 1700. ,

a change in family status include NARTU Friday August 31. This 'n' That
a declaration that a miss- relining Capt. Frank H. Holt Five ships and 1,200 Navy men Found-pair of prescript glasses, Ext.
ing person is presumed dead A single Polaris-equipped sub- who has commanded the unit visited nine port cities of Aus- 256 or 761.

may be presumed only in accordance marine capable of total fire- since April 30 1959. Capt. ELliott tralia this year to celebrate the Rid. Wanted-from area of Paxon Shp.
than all the aerial 19th anniversary of the Battleof Canter to Navy Exchange warehouse,
with State law. Also, power greater has been serving as Operations Bldg. 898, 0725 to 1555, June Byrd, Ext.
a court order may specifically bombs dropped in World War II. Officer with ComFalrJax. the Coral Sea. 446 or EV 95939.




31 August _1961 JAX AIR NEWS page 5



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45 Teams Get Fall/ IM

Bowling Underway HereLast 4.4i < :

Monday set the stage for the Fall Mainside intram- \i

ural bowling competition, as 45 teams in three leagues got i4S

off to a roaring start in the sprint. for the title. k'y'

Local keglers really outdid

themselves this time, listing such vs. Army ADA, Untouchables vs. + {SYA,4}

nifty new names as the Dental O&R, 3rd Crewmen vs. Ops RBS;

Molarolas and the Owl Hoots. and at 2030-Supply "A" vs. Hor- ,

Regardless of name, they'll all nets, A/C Maint "B" vs. Owl 5

be after the crown recently Hoots, and ComFairJax "'B'' vs. \ ;' .Y? kNti
awarded Patrol Squadron Five. Grocers. ) "S\ J !

Here's next week's schedulefor Thursday's National League .

those who aren't in the know: fracas includes Marines "B" vs. j ;?'OF.
.bi:2ocadbcSa t: atis +xta.K6 }R:4tia}rXti .c4 aTROPHY
i VP-16 at 1530; at 1800-A/C
American League action on AWARDS This VA-44 table groaned under the weight of the trophies presented
Tuesday starts off with the Elect- Maint "C" vs. Tigers, NARTUvs. squadron personnel at the Iron Man Sports Award Banquet at the Mainside mess hall on Wednesday -
rons facing the Play Boys at Scope Dopes, Pan Handlersvs. evening of last week. Comdr. W. B. Barrow squadron skipper (left foreground) holding old
1530 at 1800-Operations AUW vs. Pin Benders; 2030-Echoes vs. Iron Man himself stated that he and his squadron hope to nail it to the '44 wall permanentlyafter
; Supply "B," Paymasters vs. Stingers the next two seasons. Standing about the table are the bulk of the squadron athletes responsible -
Sky Warriors, Marines "A" vs. for the Hornets many wins. In the photo below is Jax Navy netter Gwen Anderson of NAS
and VP-30 "B" Road
Spades Ace, Yellow Jackets vs. vs. Administration receiving a silver plate and pitcher from Comdr. W. J. Schub NAS Commanding
Ten Pins; 2030-A/C Maint. "A"vs. Runners. Officer for her 6ND Tennis Tournament woman's tingles and doubles victories.

ComFairJax "A," Pin Queensvs. -

Admin MAA, Molarolas vs. LL'i: iI
Iron Man Goes
| Dispensary. Trophy

Wednesday's Continental cir- _
cuit will feature the Spartans vs. _

, Fire Balls at 1530; at 1800WavesComFairJax To VA-44 At BanquetOver I_ __

three hundred people were present at the Iron Man
I Sports Award Banquet last Wednesday evening at the Main-

{'Saralogans side mess hall, which climaxed the Spring Mainside intram-

,, '. ural sports- -program.-
: Bill Fitch, Administrative As- win it another two times and &( 1 1t
r Top Tourney Services S
sistant to Special nail it permanently to the Hor-
Officer emceed the event and
net's wall. In his enthusiasm,
Host ComFairJax was at odds
introduced several military and ; '.}Ys :'''y.,q,
I '[with one of its "guests" near the Comdr. Barrow stepped down s
civilian dignitaries, who were on yi K?.yf,;,;tr i
[close of the ComFairJax Soft- from the awards platform to return -

[ball Tournament last Tuesday. hand as honored guests. to his table, momentarily .: i:; r
Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carson, retrieve the Iron
The USS Saratoga handed the forgetting to
FleetAirMen their first defeat ComFairJax and Commander Man Trophy from Comdr. Schub.

6-3, remaining undefeated into Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval, All in all, the Hornets stole

[the last day of this double eli- District, welcomed the amateur the show from their fellow

mination tourney. The playoff athletes, and hailed their en- sportsmen, taking two firsts anda
between the two identified the thusiasm for the sports program.At total of 3,928 points in intram- ming were the deciding factorsin Touch Football
one point in his speech, he their victory. Strong showingsin
winner, who is now at Norfolk, ural competition.
issued a challenge to all partci- First places in golf and swim-I other sports helped them arrive -
battling it out for the Air Lant
at the grand total, among
pants to pick up the VA-44 DeadlineIs
title. Results were unavailable at gauntlet and cut short their two- them a second place in bowling, Enlry

press time.A time winning of Iron Man Trophy IM Golf MeetingOn a fourth in softball, and an

complete rundown of scores legs. September 7 eighth Patrol in Squadron basketball.Five pickedup September 8

prior to the final night ran as Comdr. W. B. Barrow, VA-44
their bowlingtrophy
The last intramural golf championship
had the trophy in hand Thirteen touch football teams
folows ComFairJax 10 VAP62 skipper,
: organizational meeting will be much to the chagrin ofthe
but returned it to Comdr. W. J. had registered with the athletic
5; VU-10 9, VA-44 4; VAP-62 held at the Mainside Gym on VA-44 American League!
Schub, NAS commanding officer, director as of Monday, in prep-
Thursday, September 7, at champs, who seemed likely to>>
12 VA-44 2 Saratoga 4, VU-10
; he
who made the awards, as spoke aration for the oncoming pigskin
0930. Absolute deadline for take it until the playoffs.
2; Saratoga 6, ComFairJax 3; briefly, accepting Admiral Car- season.
team entries has been set for Last .season's Iron Man win-
VAP-62 9, VU-10 8; and Com- son's challenge and stating that September 11. ner, the Air Force 679th AC&W The Air Force 679th AC&W

FairJax 6, VAP-62 2. he and his squadron intends to Squadron was presented with the Squadron copped the title last

top softball award, after their fall with a near-perfect: 7-1
...., .... (
v.w+ N'' v: slate. have of
{N.rria.w aY7!:,}Y+{+ }vevs/.r.4mvrvs: surprisingly strong showing in They'll plenty

the playoffs only three weeks competition this year, as many
teams have been perfecting playsin

ago.FAETU Lanters, runners-up! practice sessions for several

I for the Iron Man leg with 3,1151 weeks. More outfits are expectedto

I I'r points, made their trip to the register with the athletic director -

trophy table Ito pick up their I before the deadline, Sep.
s i
.. .
!:deed agjM ;c _ylfl basketball awards. tember 8.

Individual trophies were presented Those already entered. include

to those outstanding Aircraft Maintenance, ,Admin-

.a... athletes in the five scheduled istration, FAETU, Hospital, Ma-

,. sports. Among them were J. R. rines, MARTD, NARTU Opera-
; <
$z'fi'Y ',:SS..:&z, ; %;
: :': a,x Cramer of FAETU, basketball tions, VA-44, VAP-62, VP-16,
''in y''f.WC {.yv{{:<'
i d' y"fi. high scorer; Vic Cieplinski of VP-18 and VP-30.
I '
}: "y 'rL'.vL
j}: ; {" r rM> 4;;}:: : ,;{:, ;J I 4 ,,IVr a r<,,. ra, >lf h:1ry.';. Cdr. Bill Koressel of ComFairJax -
FooffaolMeefSefAf /
.:: J. D.
; 6 golf low aggregate;
+ %
> r' rJY''',{ < On '
y 'w.w + y Gym Friday
> ,. ), ... ok{},'rx'rr ball pitching record; and the
v y }+ f
:; 4::. : ? .{ f,!ra.'tt.c VA-44 swimming team of L. W. A football officials' meetingwill

Moffitt, C. E. Busby, J. A. Willis be held at the Mainside

and R. H. Lazarewicz, 200 meter gym Friday, September 1, at

relay winners. 1130. Those personnel interested -

The only varsity award of the are invited to attend. An

evening went to Gwen Andersonof officials' clinic set up for the

NAS Administration, for her; discussion of' 1961 touch foot
SMILING STICKMEN-Jubilant after finishing their last round of the second Junior Golf women's singles and doubles I ball regulations will begin
left to right) thirteen- -old Don Gifford
week. ( year
Tournament held at the Station links last are wins in the 6ND Tennis Tourna-
of 70 and 71 Wimer. "B" after Labor Day.
who copped the "A" division title including two sizzling rounds ; "Ace" soon
division winner Dave Stulx "A" runner-up; and :Mike Piva. runner-up in the "B" division. ment.



Page JAX AIR NEWS 31 August 1961

Critical Rating List

k ,I \ \ Given For ExtensionThe

Navy has now announced the critical enlisted rat-

? .. ings, mostly seagoing, in which it is seeking volunteers for
k .. : extensions on active duty, and says that every effort is being
: made to obtain them by voluntary methods. .
: The average monthly numberof

personnel sought in the rat-
Mk.r: ; 4_ 6ND Golf Tilt ings is 6,000 and if it is not met

c by voluntary means, then it will

b >* At NAS Links be necessary to augment the
? r k volunteers by involuntary means,
:A %
the announcement said.
: Sept. 13-16 The monthly figure of 6,000
] :
: : has been allocated as follows:
Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- 2,600 to the Pacific Fleet; 2,700to

tion's golf course, reputed by the Atlantic Fleet; and 700 to
experts to be one of the finestin the Continental United States.

this area, has been selected as While authority for an exten-
the site for this year's Sixth sion of one year has been granted -

t : ,. .. Naval District Golf Tournament, every effort will be made to
*w i_ Slated for September 13-16. keep involuntary extensions to
t : :...2;. ', .. Seven commands have entered a minimum and when possible,

"NOW HEAR THIS"-Capt. Robert H. Pagan Overhaul and Repair Department Officer hereat bids to play in the tourney, including individuals will be notified of
NAS Jax belie vet in keeping his personnel informed of matters concerning them and their NAS Atlanta their extension at least two
work. Following an announcement last week of an impending workload to be placed on O&Rto Navy Re-
meet the Presidents military buildup Capt. Fagan called his workers together to explain to cruiting Station at Raleigh, NA- months in advance.
them. as best hft knew just how and to what extent it would affect them and their positions. Since B T C Pensacola, Jacksonville The length of extensions will
that time it has been announced hat several new employees will be added to the working, force Navy Hospital, NAS Charlestonand vary according to the rating of
at O&R during the current fiscal year quarter, to meet the increased workload.
NAS Jacksonville. the individual and the specific
St. Johns Local linksters will lists such need for that rating in the build-
New Commissary/ notables as Lew Gifford, Bill

Registration. Set Scarbrough, Bob Thiel and Guido up.It was announced that four to
rrThursday Hours To Begin Ruscetta in the Open Division, 12 month extensions will be required -

Green Cove Sep. 6 September er5 and Captains Dave Hendersonand in the following ratings:

Opening of the Fall Semesterof > Bob Clements in the Senior boatswain's mate, signalman,
St. Johns River Junior Col- Military personnel, their dependents circuit. No entries in the wo quartermaster, radarman, sonar-
Aug.31 lege courses at the Green Cove and other authorized men's division have as yet been man, gunner's mate, gunner's
Mainside-The Apartment, 1900 Springs, Fla., High School, have patrons of the NAS Commissary posted. mate (turrets), firecontrol tech-

only. been set for September 6. All Store are reminded that nician, electronics technician,
NATTUnit-Ring of Fire, 1900 the store will begin a scheduleof
military and civilian personnel yeoman, personnelman -
only. interested in pursuing a courseof increased open hours on Maine Based machine accountant, store-
Hospital-Swiss Family Robinson study there should appear for Tuesday, September 5. The keeper, disbursing clerk, com-
1900( only. registration at 1930 on September new hours will be as follows: Squadron Is missaryman, ship's serviceman.Also .

Friday Spfc 1 5. Courses to be offered at Green Monday ...".."......0900-1700 machinist mate, boiler-
Mainside Giant 1900 Cove include Civilization Tuesday ..............0900-1700 ,
only. Ordered HereAnother man, boilermaker, electrician'smate
NATTUnit The Apartment Introduction to Edu- Wednesday ..........0900-1700 interior communications
Thursday ............0900-1900 ,
1900 only. cation, Freshmen English, Begin- patrol squadron is electrician, shipfitter, damage
Hospital-Ring ot Fire, 1900 ning Design, and Elementary Ac- Friday ."".....",,.,,.0900-1700 being transferred to NAS Jax controlman, aviation machinist'smate
Saturday ...... ... .0900-1400
only. counting. where it will become part of aviation electronics technician -
The new hours have been Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
Saturday Sep 2 "How long did you know your aviation ordnanceman,
arranged at the request and F
VP-7,currently stationed at NAS
aviation fire control technician,
wife before
Mainside-Elmer Gantry, 1900 you were ?
for the convenience of commissary -
Brunswick Maine will shift
only. "I didn't know her at all aviation structural mechanic,
NA'rl'Unit-Giant, 1400 and I only thought I did." patrons. operations to Jax sometime in parachute rigger, aviation store-
1900. the near future, according to keeper, hospital corpsman, and
; ? :w information released by the Navyon dental technician.
Hospital-The Apartment, 1900
Movement of the squadron to
Sunday Sept. 3 NAS Jax was said to be being Free Movies For

Mains Operation Petticoat, done to provide a more equitable -
1400 and 1900.NATTUnIt distribution of patrol forceson
Elmer Gantry, the East Coast. September
1400 and 1900. Basing of VP-7 here will bring

Hospital-Giant, 1900 only. the total Jax-based patrol squad By Film LibraryA

Monday, Sept. 4 :? c: rons to four.
The anti-submarine warfare new list of films for noontime -
Mainside-Man Without A
j J i-ir r- rr' I
unit which flies the P2V
Star, 1900 only.NATTUnIt .. Nep- movie-goers has been made
I $' land-based bomber is made
Operation Petticoat tune, available by the FAETULant Detachment -
1900 only. up of some 50 officers and 250 Two Film Library. The

Hospital-Elmer Gantry, 1900 Si l enlisted men.New films are scheduled for showing

only. .. from 1130 to 1230 on Tuesday and
Tuesday Sept. 5 I Thursday in Room 108, Building
I Dial Phone
Mainside-Sergeant York, 1900 168 for all NAS military and civilian -

only. System InstalledAt personnel.The .
NATTUnit-Man Without A L&r following film, selected

Star, 1900 only. HospitalWith from FAETU's library of over

Hospital-Operation Petticoat, .S I the conversion of the 4,000, have been scheduled for

1900 only. '\ I Naval HOipital telephon3 system showing in September: "European

Wednesday Sept. 6 : : from manual to dial operation Cruise," Sept. 5; "Battle of Leyte

Mainside The Mysterians, last Friday Gulf and "Seapower in the Pacific
I many persons
1900 only. are having considerable ," Sept. 7; "Pacific Milk Run,"

NATTUnit Sergeant York, Ijt: Ik1A : trouble in getting in touch Sept. 12; "Turning the Tide,"

1900 only. with varous personnel and departments Sept. 14; "Challenge of Outer
Hospital-Man Without A Star, "
there. Space, Sept. 19; "Two If By
1900 only. \ N To reach the Information Sea," Sept. 21; "Fury in the Pacific -

\ Desk at the Hospital, where ," Sept. 26; and "Full Fa-
NurseryClosed I \ information on reaching other thorn Five," Sept. 28.

offices there can be obtained, Film catalogs are available at

On Labor DayThe dial 88-206. the FAETU film library for issuance

Wives at Although mimeographed lists to activities upon request.She .
Navy Nursery
GET YOUR RED HOT 'ER, ICE HEREI-Need ice for that
the Naval Air Technical Train- beach party fishing trip or picnic planned for the weekend of the new extension numbersat
ing Unit, Building 560, will be or holiday? If so. or for any other purpose or time get it now from the Hospital have been distributed : "Darling, did you ever
closed all day Monday, .Sep- the Navy Exchange's ice.vending machine which has been in- they are not readily try to sell vacuum cleaners?"
tember 4, says Mrs. W. P. stalled at the southeast corner of Building 711. Lt. Karl Novak available to -jverycne and will He: "No, of course not."
Assistant Exchange Officer, demonstrates here how easy it is
Everoski, nursery superint-. to get a six pound bag of ice for 20c from the machine which not be until a new telephonebook She: "Well, you'd better start
endent. was located at Bldg. 711 last Friday as the most central point is Issued, it was reported. now. That's my husband comingup
between both officer and enlisted quarters. the walk."