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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1954
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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On This Memorial Day, 'Honor Our Dead-Don't Join Them' .



Let us pay our respect to the more than served May 30. The number of the nation's tacks of enemy aircraft, but by careless drivers

350) Americans who will die needlessly in trafwar dead since the battle of Lexington had toand faulty automobiles.

fic accidents over the three-day holiday that tailed 1,005,000 on the 177th anniversary of Don't become a statistic, or at best an obituary -
that historic engagement. But bitter irony
starts Friday night 1 notice, in the Monday newspapers. Before -,
lies in the fact that more lives were lost in
Morbid or not, at least that many will go traffic accidents since 1900 than in all our wars you make your trip this holiday weekend,

to their deaths-unless a sincere attempt to since that first battle of April 19, 1775. check! your car, check your driving, check accidents.

check this wholesale massacre is made. And now, on the threshold of Memorial Day .

Memorial Day, honoring.the brave men who 1954, we stand aware of imminent death on On this Memorial Day, "Honor Our Dead"-

have died in defense of our nation, will be ob the highways of America-not by strafing at"Don't Join Them."

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VOL-12 No. 9 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 27 May 1954

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wine 11; Naval Air Technical Training CenterVP18

Npp1 sy To Honor War DeadMemorial .
Assumes
t q.L q.

'Watchdog' DutiesAt L < Day .

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ArgentiaPatrol y.n :,"Ii' SetThis
Squadron 18 has relieved + { a t' Services

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VP-24 the "watchdog" of the : la
as :r
Sunday the Naval Air Station will join the rest of
Arctic at the Naval Station, Ar-
gentlo, Newfoundland.While the nation in observance of Memorial Day, and to honor those
in the service of their country.
stationed in the New- who have given their lives

foundland and sub arctic areas the Special religious services will be
squadrons conduct a two-fold mislon. ; x held at All Saints Chapel at 0930 battery of twin three-Inch guns.

They make routine anti-sub- and 1100 Sunday.At the 0930 ser- Manned by a Navy gun crew from

marine patrols and exercises and vice, Lcdr C. W. Achley, NATT- Ordnance and Gunnery, the sta- '
tion will fire the salute -
battery
fly ice reconnaissance patrols. Center Chaplain, will speak on gun
at one-minute intervals beginning -
"
"For Us The Living
conditions
JllU.ardous8th'r
at 1200.
in the Newfoundland and Greenland Lt Malcolm A. Carpenter, NAS .
area keep the pilots and Chaplain, will deliver the sermon
plane crews on their toes and 4 ::5:5k "What Memorials Are These" at COLORS WILL BE at half-mast
< from 0800 until the final shot is
ever watchful. the 1100 service. The All Saints

Summer months not only bring Chapel Choir will render special fired.

warm weather to Argentia, but music both hours. Accompanying pilot James M.

fog, caused by warm, moist air Sousa, ADC (AP) and co-pllot

from the Gulf stream flowing in N THERE WILL HE a special Me- Robert A. Patterson, ADI (AP)

over the colder water of New- morial Mass offered at 0900 Mon- (Please Turn To Page 8, Col. 2)
1
foundland. --= day at St. Edward's Chapel. Fa-

Each northern flight brings I REPAIR PROJECT-Checking a broken blade In the, rotor ofa trier Herbert P, McNally, senior
i J-34-WE-34 jet engine powering the Navy's Banshee are ,(left MONDAY DECLARED
chaplain, will conduct the Mass.
back a new story of some new to right) Lt. (jg) William Ferry; William Norman, ADC, and
discovery; a seal colony, a ma- Donald Miller, AD!. They are supervisors of the experimental repair S The Fleet Reserve Associationof LEGAL HOLIDAYSince

jestic fjord, or a dazzling glacier. project just completed at Fasron Six. Jacksonville will be in chargeof Memorial Day, a na-

Nature is at its untamed best Project At Fasron SixOntheSpot the flowering decorations for i tional holiday, falls on Sunday, i
in this arctic "no man's land." the altar at All Saints Chapel. May 30, this year militaryand

Comdr. Weseley- H. Ruth, is Colors of the various units of the civilian personnel of the en-

skipper of VP-18. Internal RepairsTo association will be displayed in tire station will have Monday,

the chancellery, May 31, as a legal day off from
iMEMBERS work.

EnthusiasticResponseTo OF TilE organization Only necessary maintenancecrews
Jet Engines Tried HereIn will sit in a body at the 1100 and duty sections will I

services and at the conclusion of be required to be on board.

a small corner of Hangar 200 on board the Naval Air the ceremony will make the 10-

Station, an experiment has just been completed that will save minute Journey to the NAS Opera-
ABC SchoolThe about $40,000 yearly of taxpayers' money. tions Line where the flowers will Second WhitehatAwardedWeekend
be placed on one of the Navy'stwinengined
Soon to be adopted throughoutthe
nationwide attention focused the combustion chamber by a high IUD-8's to be flown
Navy, the new procedure will
on atomic warfare may be hav- speed rotor. out to sea.
mean an eventual savings of untold -
ing Its influence felt here. Thereare
Cite Costly Repair>
The plane will take off at 1230,
millions and a tremendous
more applicants than openings This rotor is :3% feet long and
Immediately after the traditional
To Miami
for the Atomic, Biological, Chem- step-up in availability of Navy Trip
jet planes. (Please Turn To Page 8, Col. :2)) 21-gun salute from the station's
ical Defense School now in
pro- ,I
Promoted to third class and
gress here at NAS Jax. Starting as a mere glimmer of .YP/MNYNRIXO Y 1lNN' s ;.a ,
chosen also
u "most military"petty
The ABC School, which offersa an idea, the experiment was bas-
officer at NATTCenter
one-week course in training ically atest to determine if delicate personnel
inspection last Saturday,
teams In proper procedures in the internal repairs to Jet engines
Clifton I. Taylor, AE3, will receive
event of an atomic attack, hand- could be made on the spot instead
an all-expense paid week.
les an average of 12 students of shipping them to distant repair M.
end at Miami Beach beginning
weekly. Classes are comprised of depots. r
Friday
military and civilian personnel Lt. Get Idea,
The selection was the secondin
from Naval activities in the
area. Originator of the idea, Lt. H.
a new series of awards to en
Students are given a thorough M. Marquardt, now stationed at
listed men and Waves adjudged
Indoctrination( In much of the Miramar, Calif., noticed that jet i
+ "most military" at monthly in-
later procedures and methodsand engines were being sent long dis- j
instrument, Other than tances for minor repair Jobs. Ona I jspections.

techniques' used In atomic defense desk in Washington, D. C. at i Chosen by Capt. David Mc-

the school also drain with the time, he nosed through the ; : \ Campbell, commanding officer of
phases of biological and chemical paperwork at the Navy's Bureau the Naval Air Technical Training

warfare. of Aeronautics to find the reason Center, Taylor is a ,student in

Quotas have been established for this seemingly wasteful prac- Aviation Electrician's Mate School.

through July. The following units tice. He found that certain partsIn' The young petty officer, from

will select the indicated numberof a Jet engine are so delicate it Sanford, Fla., Joined the Navyin

personnel on the dates listed: was considered impossible to repair Nov. 1952 at Orlando, and re-

Operations ((4)) June 7-10; Se- them at the point of breakdown ported here for School March 11,

curity (4) June 7-10; Dental (1) Taylor was one from a groupof
June 14-18; Medical ((2)) June 14- Digging deeper into the problem [ more than 50 enlisted personnelwho

18; Marine Barracks ((1)) June 14- Lt. Marquardt found that the MOST MILITARY-Tamd by Capt. David McCampbell at'the I
18; 0 & R ((4)) June 21-24; Ad- front half of a ,Jet engine, called monthly inspection of troops at NATTCenter, Clifton Taylor, AE3 were awarded certificates of
ministration (4)) June 28-July 2; the "cold section," was the key to (second from left) is selected as "most military" In bearing and promotion by Lt. Vincent Magad.

Special Services (4) July 5-8; the costly freight traffic. In the dress at inspection. Taylor receives an all-expense paid trip to dino, information and education
Miami Beach this weekend. With Taylor selected diy-
Communications ((2)) July 1216. cold section, air is into aremen by
Jammed ision inspection officers as candidates for the award. officer, at inspection ceremoniw, ,

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Published every ndlll *Station JailuomUl*. Fla. I I CATHOLIC
NAB .kMirilU
tipt. Burnham C. McCaffrtt ... ... ... ............... .COmm.n lnr Officer Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
CojHdr. John D. Elltch ,.. .-. ..fcxecutht OtQcer
Fleet Air Jseks.a.ltl. I St. Edward's Chapel. |

Rear Adm. Osborne. B. lUrdlicn ... .. .. .... ...... ............... Commander
Cupt Howard V. llopkliu 01. ..... ................ .............Chief of Staff Saturday-0800.
Fleet Air Wlag Elena
( apt. Theodore Dahl ._.. m ...._. Commander : Daily-0630. -
Comdr. Frank D. lIe'er Chlet Staff Officer Sunday-0630-Ma!. at Hospital jr
Karat Air Technical Tralala l CaW
Ciipt.: Dld M'C'amlJbf'lI) ._ _Commanding Officer Chapel. r to
Comdr.llison R. Baitlctt...._____...__._.._.Lxe:: <.uUve Officer : 3 s t r
CauJ HeiplUI MORMON
('", pt. Edward S. Lowe .....,..Commanding Officer
Capt. U A. Newton, -,.?? ........ .. Euc\lUvl Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTC -

Capt. John I* Counlhnn. MART Commanding Officer Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN .
Comdr. C. Gray SUUtn_.._ .......... .... ..-.,...__.,,,, ,...., -t.ecutlv. Otficci
SCIENCE _
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The JAX AIR N'EWS' ti published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. 1900-Tucsda-NATTC.--
/ackwmvllle. I lot Ida, and printed commercially with 1 non-aD rnpfisted funds
fxpenne to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. Iain's Office.
tJOY. 1M... Copies dlstilbuted free of charge at the Natal 1 Air Station the I i
Naval Air Technical! Training C.ntffJ Naval Air Resent ruining Colt: Naval PROTESTANT
Air Station Cecil Held, and the U. S. Naval lloipltal. 1 I
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Editor-Andrew II, Planey I i 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
Assistant Edltor-TTelcn Harper; spoils Editor-Got Robbie, 3mflaft : ,
Rc|>oiteiJlm: Ryan, AN; Cll'culalion-Dlltl'lbulion-Churk! Paul, AOJ; 1100-A11 Saints' Chapel. -
liene Crane, SN. I 'CIRCLE ROUND, CIRCLE DACK'-While Whilton Smith
The material JAX AIR appearing NEWS In U a this member publication of the mar Armed not Forces be reprinted Press SenlctAFPS withoutthe 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel tI left) sounds the calls members of the Teenage Club participate

written permission of Armed Forces Visas Sf'r\IN. Republication of other Note: Addresses of l local l in an "old fashioned hoedown" at the Club's square dance last
matter, JfX. tlr.l: e\ce. | publications, la prohibited without perml.jlon of Saturday. Other social activities are planned for the future.
tUIIor, \ churches may be obtained by calling
Editorial offices located Main AdmlnlitraUon Building. Phone extension II
1184. 216 and 8164.Discipline. the Chaplain's office 425.
.. Teenagers Plan
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SAFETYBox

| Is The Mark Of A ProWatch II Marines Dominate) Score Full Program Of


a runner round second base and streak for third. Jt's an Student Honor : Disabling Injuries Through Monthly EventsThe

example of perfect discipline. The runner doesn't watch the ball I Tuesday, May 25

or the third baseman. lie watches the third base coach. i Rolls At Center This Month 0 Teen-Age Club is 1'81)1.Jv)

It's the coach's job to get him to third safeK': The coach gives This Year 5 becoming: a well-ganized unit

the signals: "Come in standing up" or "slide." The runner doesn't I Mat Ines took four of six honor Days Since Last with regular monthly meeting

have lime to figure the play In baseball, discipline is the dlffeJ't'nct'I I man awards at Naval Air Technical Lost-Time Accident 21 scheduled, social activities planned

between a triple and an out. Training Center Schools last GIRGABOAM- dues set, officers elated an.l

Discipline is the mInk of Die real pro. It's an attitude of mind week June Safety Slogan even a newsy publication fresh

mote than anything 1I1e. Pfc. Susan Smith of Corpus off the press.

i Christi, Texas, earned the distinction "Help Rescue Safety-Accidents Last Saturday's squat' dan. e,

of being the first woman Are Killing It." with Capt. and Mrs. Leonulas! II.

Marine to be graduated an hon. I Remember this slogan it Coates and Lt. Col. and Mi II.

at t Glp. I or student from the Center. She means money. James Lindsay as chaperon.. wnx

compiled an Average of 8400 to' well attended
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bJ head a class of 16 at Aviation II; and Pfc. Tuleya in Korea. Officer Elected!

; Storekeeper School. /'They are now stationed at NATT- Tommy Queen, newly t'It'd 1'.1!

l iI Pfc. Smith has. been ordered to i I I(Center, Memphis, where they are I I I president of the Club,. has Set

vAs I duty with the Fleet Marine Force I(assigned to AT School the next business meeting for I ,

Atlantic Norfolk, Va. 'I At AO School Pfc. Dan J; Wil- I I Thursday, June 3, at 1930 m

A KIT OF 1IIK unusual was Hums! of Joliet, 111., topped a Building 804, the Club's headrjtioiters. ,.-

*lass of 27 afar i'ne and Navy personnel Regular meetings will tie
also recorded at AN (i1') School, I
with an a\eiage of 80.66.A held the first
as Pfc, Joseph Cholak and Pfc Thursday of sari

Robert W. Tnleya turn d up with I : former student of Joliet High month with dates to be annoum-

i the identical average of P061, School Pfc. Williams is now stationed ed for monthly social events

I the best in a class of 129. I I at MCAS( El Toro, CalifiOKIOV Other officers selected include

Both men are Co,mer members / HAnm AEAN, of I I Twinkle Staggs as vice ptesi.lent ;

of the 1st Marine Division, with I IPC' Dearborn, Midi,. was named honor Arlene Nocilla, Secretary; Jean

.- ., .'J" '. "..... ,.. ... .... .... ;r,. ,.. Cholak seeing: action at New I student at AE I Ai 1 School Har- I Ellenbuig, Treasurer; Eddie Latzia -
;1'r I Bntian and Peleliu in World Ware iK who enlisted in the Navy a and Bobby Lindsay, Ceigcant-
a serviceman, you'ie a member of an important team. To bs year ago, attended boot camp at I at-Arms.
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winning team it needs discipline. Every member of the team must iGi'eat Lakes and Airman I ,
I Plepatatory Open to Teenager
do the right thing at the right time. Not New Shop Lists School: at Norman prior to Membership in the Club is open

Your buddies have confidence in you If YOU have/ discipline I coming hete. A former MichiganState to all teenage dependent <.fArmed

They know that you do things right the first time the way you've I Pick-up Dates College student, Hauls has Forces personnel who inside .
been taught. They know-and so does your CO that you won't let I' received I
orders
\ The Not New Shop will have to NAAS Kings- I, in and are attending schoolin
them down when the going gets rough. ville, Texas
June the
pickups in Naval housing as Jacksonville area. Dues Ale
It's this mutual confidence that makes a good team. An outfit i
follows: June 3, Officeis' Quar- I| In the first graduating class I $1.00 for Initial membership and
with good discipline is a good Outfit. (APFS) II
(era; June 8. Dewey Park and from Naval Air Weapons S)' tem 25 cents per month thereafter.
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8:00: p. m. Skating at Skaielandat :, June 15: enlisted housing on Station School, Billy Lee Brown, ATI, I A Parent Advisory Council ha*

reduced rates. i(was high student. Brown, serving also been appointed to assist the

I Tuesday, June 1-To be an I This will be the hist collection 'his second enlistment in the :Navy, I I group and its activities, and includes -

nounced. until fall\), and all\ tenants are asked reported here from the Marine : Comdr. and Mrs. WIM!

I Wednesday, June 2-To be an j, to clean out their closets fora Corps Air Station Miami. I'I IR. Bartlett, Comdr. and Mrs. Edward i-

worthy cauoe. P. Irons, )[1'8. Lyle A. :Newton -
nounced.
I I and Joseph R. Nocilla, AT*',
The
Not New Shop,
$ponoted' I ImGn
I by the Navy Wives 1\'eekend Tide Table and Mrs. Nocilla.
Club, collects
Groom: "Do you know what a' .
(Personnel arc invited to visit e
clothing household effects r.ow
Is?"
he USO Sen Cerncn's Club at vacuum I and fuimtute. All proceeds from A.M. P.M AM P.M

J7 W. Monroe St., opentorn I I Bride: "It must be pretty ditty I II the sale of donated articles go to rni 3il:: 4 .:n 0:02: 10:42: MOVIES

8930 to 2330 daily.) i i stuff with all the cleanei they charitable causes. Sat 4:52:: 5:29: OM: 11:46: MAINSIDE

Thursday, May 27-8:00: p. m. have for it." Sun !S:51: 6:21: 1150;
Thursday, May *7
Mock Wedding; 9:15: p. m. Melody -! .
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Pony Express........Charlton Het<>l'
Ballroom with Chaz Harris.

Friday May 28-6:30: p. m. II Waves of 'Never Fly' Get Bid From 'Real' VF192Members His Majesty- Friday, May 2

Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti Supper.Servicemen's .
.... O'Keefe .............Bint Lan.-aetee
( YWCA has been of VF-192, 'The out there Is an actual VF-192

cancelled); 8:00: p. m, Record j Never Fly," only fighter squadron A LETTER; from the Public training in Naval aviation matters Saturday, May 29
manned should make them a welcome Silver Lode...Dan Dlu'p"} *
Dance. entirely by Waves tnfoimation office. Carrier Air
addition XATTCENTEK
Saturday, May 29-10:00: a. m. have been given a "call" to Group Nineteen, based at Mof. bit of beside adding a

Open house all day; 8:00: p. m. return to duty station at NAS fet Field, points out the feelIngs 'Fljing glamour to the famous Black Thursday, May 97
Moffet Field, Calif. to Dragons' of the air HorseCanyon
Record Dance, South Seas canyon of the "real"
Fighter gioup" .. M O,*
.. .Joel
duties with the .
Theme. Girl of the Month. original Squadion 192 In this matter.
squadron. "Aleal' CO'IR. John Dmneen, com Friday, May 28
Sunday, May 309:00: a. m. fighter squadron, manding officer of the Pony Express...Charlton Hei",}
Described in the April 15 issue VF-102 real VF-
the letter "
All day picnic at Gold Head reads, "- J02,
of the Jax- Air News as component of Carrier commented that, "It is very Saturday, May 29
State Park. Must sign up by the All Group unusual
unique in the Navy, "The Never 19 composed of 'real' that a group of Waves His Majesty!
27th. There will be plenty of Fly Squadion" 'was created at fighter Navy should choose VF-192 as their O'Keefe ..............Burt Lam'?"'t'"<
pilots,
boating, swimming hiking; 10:00: charges that the temporary
Aviation Storekeeper School, 'Never Fly Squadron' group name Fighter HOSPITAL
round table free coffee members
Dunking
Clae A, at NATTCenler and should return to their Squadron 192 takes pleasure Thursday, May 11

and donuts; 5:00: p. m. Vesper given the designator of VF192.No at Moffett to duty station in welcoming VF192.W (W Stage Door...............Ginger R<>FM'
service and refreshments; 8.00; p. cat ry on chilies for Waves
one knows exactly why VF. with the original ) to the fold May Friday, May 28
squadion.
n. Movies. No jour tiaming enable to Black HorseCanyon
squadton's charges will be you beter
pressed for
Monday, May 31Ping Pon being AWOL so perform your duties a* aides .?........?.Joel Mt.C'ltil
instructions with Frank Puska; long. Their tf the fleet." Saturday, May **

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I 27 May 1954 JAX AIR NEWS



Drastic Changes In Survivors' Benefits \



.>. .. Asked. In Proposal Sent Congress j I


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Several drastic changes in I June 2 to study the plan ,with personnel taking monthly de.

1 i 1+ survivors' benefits and military : The Kaplan committee's plan)I ductions from pay but becoming-

in eligible for greater benefits.
retirement, as containedin does'not "equalize" benefits
{ 'a'
t Y
the Uniformed Services Retirement the sense that it gives survivors f At present, social security benefits
W\&WI Ia of deceased Regulars FECA type are based on the $160 per
Plan have been I
.. '. proposed benefits., This arrangement would month wage credit basis (no active :

\ by a special congres- be thrown out completely, and the I participations). This amountsto

.. c:: ., sional committee. five current benefits for survivors, $18 monthly for aged widows

,-, Included in the proposal, designed would be reduced to three, listed and $ob to $128 monthly for widows

4 ,. .[l: < to give widows 'more moneyin below: with dependent children

: the long run and retired persons -I First, Death gratuity, administered -I Third!, a new "service compen

< ." ', pay from two sources, la the by the services, would be j sation" program, administered by

,i<'. elimination of both the free $10- changed to provide a minimum'the Veterans Administration,
,:': 000 Insurance and Federal Employees of $1,200 and a maximum of $3-
which generally would pay more
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Compensation Act bene- 000. The committee feels that the than current VA widow's compensation -

BROTHERS GRADUATE fits., Under FECA, widows of ac present range -gratuity pay of $75 per month for a

Brothers End The Bardsley Electrician's brothers Mate ai School Aviation tive-duty Reservists often draw from $468 to $6,857 is not justi widow (more if there ate surviving

Class: A, are congratulated by sums much larger than survivors fied. I children>.

School CourseTwo Comdr W. Cris Keeline, training ..of Regular personnel Also revisedis SECOND, Social Security, administered I Thrown out are the remainingtwo
officer, upon their gradua i the current death gratuity by the Department of .

brothers, who joined the tion week last course week at from NATTCenter.the 22- I.payments.TirE I Health. Education and Welfare,j I I benefits payable, in the monthly$10,000 install indemnity

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Navy together Lawrence is in center, while PROPOSED participation ments of $92.90 for 10 years and
graduated together from Aviation David is at the right. Both are of active duty personnel in the the Federal Employees' Compensation
Electrician's Mate School, Class airmen. Announce June
social security system will pro monthly benefits, drawn only
A, last week. vide an extra source of income
the survivors of Reservists on
by
David and Lawrence Bardsley, Cite Care In for retired personnel, at age 65, Safety SloganThere active duty end which amounted

both Airmen, from Pawtucket, R. to supplement regular retired pay. to 45 per cent of gross pay with
I., finished high among graduates Handling OfFluorescents Under this plan contributions of will be more "luckybucks" additional, benefits for children.
at NATT- will be matchedby and free meal chits .
of the 22-week course service persons SURVIVORS, drawing any of
second in Defense, and will be for personnel who are "on
Center. David was high employer the five present benefits would
a class of 56 sailors and marines based on "gross pay" which includes the ball" with safety not lose them under the plan,
and brother Lawrence was fifth food, quarters and other The Voice of Safety has
there
Perhaps you have often wondered announced the slogan for nor are any changes pio-
After boot training at Bainbridge special allowances posed in military retired pay, whether
there is much
; why so commotion June which is: "Help Rescue
:Md., the two attended when a fluorescent bulb A Defense department bill, 'Safety-A cidents Are Kill- for service or disability. The
Airman School at which is the vehicle for enactment
Preparatory has burned out. Fluorescent bulbs ing It" plan would start only with deathsof
Norman, Okla., and then came to of the measure, is now moving active-service personnel occur
look innocent, but they can be It will pay to rememberthis
Jax. They were advanced to airman to the Budget Bureau for ring after its adoption.
dangerous. slogan throughout the
rate In April 1951 while attending formal consideration Infonnal approval Social security payments to retired .
Small cuts received from broken month of June. It means
school here.'Rehab' of the Budget Bureau has personnel would start onlyas
fluorescent light bulbs can be and free meals. It
money
J already been given, along with 1 those: now retired or to be retired
serious. Once a small amount of works this way: During the
Act For I beryillium, a chemical used in the I backing of Defense Secretary month of June the Voice of qualified by working half
Wilson Presidential endorsement the time since 1931: in "covered"employment
manufacture ot fluorescent lights, Safety will approach person-
In expected soon. military or civil-
Vets gets under the surface''of the skin nel and ask this!:I question,
Disabled EAKUKK: been anticipated ian ,Social would not
IT HAD security only
it prevents the wound from healing "Can you give me the safety
that a big "u 'vlvol"' package supplement regular retired pay
for June If
slogan you can
Ends 1956The would not get' executive approval but would give those who do not i
July A recent safety bulletin on the give him the correct answer I '
because of probable expense stay in until retirement a chance
subject points out the proper pro within 15 or 20 seconds, the
involved. This: no longer ap- to qualify for adequate social se- I']
Vocational RehabilitationAct cedures to minimize the dangerof free dollar bill i Is yours, or '
to be a block since the runty protection In civilian life. lj
(Public Law 16, 78th Con- breakage and provide a saC e pears perhaps a free meal chit to
Under the system widow
will the
proposal actually save
gress), which is now 11 years old,, method of disposal the civilian cafeteria.
would also for old
government $108,000,000 annually qualify age
disab- few free
has enabled some 615,000 Quite a greenbackshave
for benefits after reaching 65, in addition
of the amount now paid survivor
led veterans of World War II and authorized I already been given away,
Only personnel
benefits and retirement to the monthly benefit
according
Korea to train 'for useful, productive should* be pen'nitled' and there are still many more
disabled I replaceburned to Eliot Kaplan, chairman It a separate bill, H R 7109, i
lives; 602,000 out tubed. in the pile.
Korea of the. special committee created calling for greater OASt (social
WWII veteran and 13,000
When removed from fixtures I
security
-- i coverage, now before
veterans burned out tubes should immediately Congress is passed, the extra

Public Law 16 training I forM be placed in the Individual money would be passed along t<.

World War II disabled veterans paper jacket used for the re service families and would Increase

ends July 25, 1956, but for veterans placement tubes. These jacket! the system's payments.SliUVICK .

disabled since fighting started should then be placed in the compensation! would

in Korea, the program will not Dempster Dumpster for removal # x 3M stop with remarriage of a service!

terminate until nine: years after to the station dump.; widow, and this reduction phw

the current emergency period I collection of social security contilbutions .
ends. A date for this has yet to
Safety equipment in the for"n elimination of FECA!

be established of goggles, face shields, and M / t k, benefits and restriction of non-

Eligible disabled veteran may gloves should be used whenever affected relatives from survivor:(

receive education or training at tubes are being handled. xt benefits are what the committee

government expense, with tuition,, Also dangerous, although not JN > plans on to produce the $IO ,-
and in subsistence '
supplies many cases 000,000 laving
as serious, is the inhalation ol I
allowance provided under dust containing- beryillium compounds (Editor's Note: Should the proposed

this law, or the inhalation of mer, changes In survivors benefits
If you have any questions regarding become law, the information
cury vapors. Mercury vaporizes
such education and train- contained in the above story wouldbe )
slowly when exposed to the at
ing, contact your local Veterans mosphere and if present in sufficient in valuable to those faced with

Services Officer.Experts amounts will build up 'dangerous l.tAT.? filing claims. It is suggested that
J sf the article
be
made
oC
concentration. >,93s :wA' a part

____._ %n'r ,.,p._ _a a.I.._....w.... your permanent legal file)
Develop Personnel receiving cuts from
fluorescent tubes AID CIIU.DREN-Comdr, Wilson Bartlett (right executive .
broken regardless -
I officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Center, informs James Quota LimitationsCut
'Reverse Thrust' of how alight, should reportto Hackett. AEC, of Aviation Electrician's Mate School, of the letter
the Infinnary immediately for : of thanks received by the Command. The letter was in appreciation Advancements

treatment. for the School's part in the purchase of a muscle reslorator For PO SeekersIn

Jet Brake Service exerciser for child .polio victims__ at m_Hope____ __Haven_ Hospital
the recent !service-wide! ex.*
Girl: "My: friend has a neurotic

Jet engine "reverse thrust" devices poodle," AE School Helps In Purchase Of aminallons Air Station held aboard the Naval .

have been developed by Boe Boy: "Why not take him to a only 65 men

ing Airplane Co., which will en- psychiatrist?" Muscle Restorator For Hope Haven who were took advanced the test.out of the 82J

able jet transports, bombers and Girl: 'The poodle's not allowedto
to from almost Continuing their work in assisting Quota limitations were responsible .
operate
fighters "
get up on a couch. tients, most of them victimsof for
any airport. crippled children in the most personnelnot

This new development will per- set down. Jacksonville, areaand at Hope polio, to help strengthentheir { receiving their rates, although .

mit jet,plane landings at major About 45 percent reversal of Haven, students and instruc diseased muscles they successfully pawed

airports under all runway conditions jet thrust is possible with the tors of Phase Six in Aviation St u den t sand instructors the exams '

type of Jet brakes wliich; wouldfit Electrician's Mate School, in contributed $43.00, about 25% While 46 men sewed on the

The device (clamshell "W" design into the space available near conjunction with Women of the of the amount necessary for Initial crow, 18 men addd the

) operates by being extended the engine tailpipe. The device also Moose Lodge, purchased a muscle the purchase of the machine, second class chevrons, and one

so that it deflects forward, the could be fitted to jet engines restorator exerciser for the Phase Six, with the Jacksonville man was advanced to first

flow of the fast-moving gases buried in the wing as well as Hope Haven Hospital Moose Lodge, also spon- class Aerographer

from the jet engine's! tailpipe. prodded jet engines and tailpipesof The restorator is used by Hora an annual Thanksgiving All rale became: eftecUve

This is done after the plane has many jet 'fighters. (AFPS) both bed and wheel chair pa Party for crippled children May 17.r .


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FAW-11 VP-5, Fasion Six, VF-174 VA-105, Fasion Nine Report I >{



I. Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsFAW11




: Eugene Wright, RM1, recently made by Comdr. D. G. Pardue, for* over a year : Ix11j
signed the Wing log, having serv- executive officer. Advanced were: A hearty "welcome aboard" was : i'

ed aboard the USS Botineau Advanced In rate were: Vodrow* extended to Fred H. Nelson, ADC, .

(APA-235)), He will work in the H. Trotter, ADI; John C.Bur- who'reported aboard for duty ,

Communications ,shack. chett, AD2; Gordon M. Dollar, last week. Nelson was previously

Billy Davis, SN, transferred last AD2; Andrew E. Byerley, AE2; attached to VF-171. .
week and Will report to Mobile'Constr David E. Bryer, AL2; John T. 4

ctlon Battalion 6. Lucas, AT2; James R. Reeves, V1<-n.

During his annual two weeks AT2; Robert L. Talbert, AE2; I.t. W. (J. H. "Blackie" Black

reserve training,cruise, Lcdr. Wer- James P. Thaxton, AT2; Richard of Her Majesty's Navy is now being :
E. Tolf Warren ,S. checked out to the F9F-
ner Gleiter Johnsville, Pa., is visiting AT2J; Wenger, fly
FAW-11 squadrons in the AT2; David C. Martin, AT2; 6 Cougars of VF-Y74. Attached to

Caribbean. Lcdr. Gleiter's civilian Clarence E. Gullion, AD3; Don- CVG-1, Lt. Black was formerlywith I

job is with the Aeronautical Elec- ald P. Brennan, AE3; 'Donald. R. a jet squadron flying attackers *

tl'onlc'and Electrical Laboratory Chewning, AE3; Glen M. McLean, from H.M.S.. Eagle. Since his

Naval Air Development Center at AE3; Darrell O. Thompson, AE3; arrival. stateside, he has flown the
Johnsville where he Is Wallace L. Whiting, 'AE3* ; Joe A. F3D with VF-14 and intends to ADMIRAL INSPECTS-Inspecting:, personnel of Detachment
engaged Aviation Electronics Unit at
Two of Fleet Training Jacksonville
JIaden AL3 Glen L. Bond AM3 the Banshee well the is
; ; fly as as
in anti-submarine
warfare ASW) Capt. Charles L. Moore (center), the unit's new commanding offi
development I Robert J. Farmer, AM3; Rich Cougar before returning to Eng- cer. FaetuLant Detachment Two is one of four such units along-
'* ard G. Murkland, AM3; Curtis M. land In November. the East roast. The local units received a rating of "outstanding".
VT5Advancement Wood, AD3; Clarence T. Allen, Hell Razor softballers edged up Left to right are: Lcdr. Clarence Amos, assistant officer-in-charge
of Detachment Two Lt. Russell and Captain Moore
in rate ceremonies AT3; William R, Clendening, AT3: to sixth place in the tight Cecil ; RaT

were held last week at afternoon Bob Andrews, AT3; Ocola J. Field League as they defeated on its way here to be presentedto Faetulant

quarters. The presentations were Byrne, AT3; William L. Dolson, NAS Administration six to three. Marshall J. "Moose" Mansfield, RatedOutstanding
AT3; Leslie P. Fleenor, AT3; Ed- VF-174 is now in the process of
AE2. Moose was eliminated from
ward J. Knobbe, AT3; Donald making preparations for their big
the championship by a split decision By
E. Messer, AT3; Zenon G. Tygiel- Hell Razing party scheduled for
ski, AT3; Benton B. Warren, AT3; June 4 at the Lakcshore Legion during a bout held att Green

'b E I G Y Francis M. Scott, SH3; EdgemonM. h ail. Music, snacks, drinks and Cove Springs In March. Fred E. I Inspecting OfficerCapt.

Brown, AT3; and James D. mirth will be the order of the day. Hass, AA, of NATTC, who won
AT3. Charles L. Moore visited
Manning, the decision and later went on to
Jacksonville last week to Inspect
'S VA-103:
the Easterns, admitted that he I
Fasron Six !Detachment Two of his new com-
JA'8'lngthe
for
squadron dutyat had boxed professionally. Accord-
"Might! just as well try 'em all," Pensacola are two chiefs; Jack ingly, ''Moose" will receive the mand, the Atlantic Aviation Elec-.

says this week's distinguishedWhite Copeland and Walter A. Cox, trophy. ,tronics Training Unit.

Hat, James W Lupo, SN. both ADC's. Both men are squadron The newest addition to the Fas- Capt. Moore relieved Capt. Ma-

Lupo is currently leading seaman plank owners they reported ron 9 Stork Club is 7 lb. 12 gruder H. Tuttle as commanding

In the 1st Lt.'s division and planson aboard in May of 1952. oz. Mark Allison Mikeal, son of officer of FaetuLant in ceremonies -

enlisting in the Air Force Chief Copeland served as Main- ADC and Mrs. William S. Mikeal. at Norfolk, Va., last Saturday

following his release from the I tenance Chief while Cox was Publications Arthur Weisman, AE3, was Awarding a mark of "outstand-

Navy in June.Laurence and Engineering chief. discharged recently after serving ing," Capt. Moore commendedthe

B. Anderson, AK3, William V. Tumenas, AMI, is three years and 10 months on ac- officers and men'of Detach-

'' + } and his wife Alice are the proud I also slated to leave the squadron tive duty. He will return to his ment Two for their appearance

parents of a 6 lb. baby girl born j for duty in Key West, Fla. Tume- home in Baltimore, Md. and devotion to duty.

May 16 at the Naval Hospital ] ]nas makes his home in Key West. Fasron *9 extended the "wel- FaetuLant is composed of four
.
*-{ come mat" to Neil C. Libby, YN1, detachments. These detachment
V here.The
1st Lt.'s sponsored an enjoyable ru!-ron 9 who joined its ranks recently., He are located at Norfolk, Va., Quon-

division "get together" on The Eastern Naval District reported aboard front the USS set Point, R. I., Atlantic City,

Tuesday, May 18, at JlngsleyBeach. Boxing Championship Trophy is Waccaman. N. J., and Jacksonville; Fla.

Highlighting the festivitieswas Capt. Moore came to his new

a buffet supper find an unlimited .:'(,: : :' .: command from Darin Field, Pen-
;
: : .:. ..:
:
supply of refreshments. < : : sacola, Fla., where he was com-
,"
... Glen T. Ragsdale, Jr., ATAN, d'f" $ manding officer.

FAIR WAYS Hollywood received, his discharge papers last .', .. ,

starlet Ruth Hampton takes a week after completing three years Iz ,,; Propose New Plan To
brief rest during the Tournament and ten months of Naval service.
of Champions at the lie was attached to Fasron Six .tT r1wr "" .. Strengthen ReservesA
Desert Inn Country Club in z
Las Vegas Nev. Ruth broad new for strengthening
: was plan -
named queen of the golf tour- Navy To Crack i r t the nation's military

reserves has been sent to Dr.

ney.POET'S Down On False Arthur S. Flemming, Directorof
the Office of Defense Mobili


CORNERMemorial Dependent ClaimsAn % ... zation.Devised by a Defense Depait-

inspection of all Navy de- ar nient task force, the plan would
pendents receiving Q allottmentswill set up a new class of reservists

Day be made in an effort to crack who would take four months of

down on false dependency claims, basic training sand then enter
"We raise our
eyes
it has been announced. the reserve for seven years and
To azure skies;
checks eight Inonths. It was under-
Recent of the
And silently kneel and pray, spot de-

For the Souls that have gone, pendency of parents on whose be- ..-.. y.,""",,",, Y- ......., ,... ..-,!clUJ----._ J&l for stood recalling that provision to active was made
duty any
For fieedom's cause, half basic allowance for quartersis
MORE SCIIOOLINGSchoolIng man who failed to Join an organized -
being credited disclosed -
a large
This Is Memorial
Day. -
number of unjustified or fradu- Foreign EducatedDuo seems to be playing ma- reserve unit after bas-
jor in
part the lives of this ic
"We thank our God, lent payments. As a result the pair. Ensign Robert Duemling training, and who wouldn'ttake
For His blessings rare, Chief of Naval Personnel has Informed Reports To (left) a graduate of Yale stud- active part in the unit's
And know that those Souls, all naval commands that ied further at St. John's Col- work. ,
the of de- lege, Cambridge, England on a Youths of' draft age are now
That are resting there, inspection secondary AGO School HereFar Henry Fellowship. Ensign
Enshrined in His glorious light, pendency cases will be continuedon Lloyd Gerlach (right) attended liable by lawr eight yearsof
a permanent basis.- Northwestern and the overall military service, two
Have not given their lives in flung colleges across the University -
vain, I The Navy and :Marine Corps Atlantic of Copenhagen, '))en- of them on active duty and
were finishing schoolsfor
mark. ,They are now attending the
remainder in the reserve.
God knows their' cause was right instigated the survey following an two young Ensigns newly Aviation Ground
reporting Officers
I Army study which showed that to Aviation Ground Of- School at NATTCenter. However, there is at present no

"The, poppies bloom in Flanders soldiers were defrauding the gov- ficers School at NATTCenter. ', way, to compel men to fulfill
field, ernment of more than $18,000- their reserve obligations after
They are Ensigns Robert history at St. John's College
\\'hll'st\ testing neath the sod: 000 a year through false depend- discharge from active duty.
Ducmling, of San Diego, and I Cambridge, England, and then
They too gave their lives ency claims.A The new,plan will eventuallybe
Lloyd Gcrlach, of Milwaukee. traveled extensively on the Con-
s That we may worship God, spokesman for the Marine A graduate of Yale University tinent. He formerly was employed sent to the National Secur-

Each in his own choice and creed, Corps said that the Corps does in 1950, majoring in American in the editorial department of- ity Council and President Eisen-

In safety can we pray, not expect to make any fuitherinvestigation History, Ensign Duemling received the San Diego Tribune. hower,
We bow our heads, God bless since the
percentageof his Master's Degree in Ensign Gerlach attended Northwestern 1 there in 1952.
their Souls
Marines false
making
depend-
++ This is Memorial Day.." 1953. University at Evanston, lie studied labor relations at
II. ency claims was lower than an On a Henry Fellowship, he la- 111., and received a Bachelor of 1 the University of Copenhagen
-By Diggett
ticipated. ter studied architecture and the Science ]Denmark
.. Degree in Journalism in 1952 and 1953.
1 Beth Ensigns reported to Officers -


Help Rescue Safety-Accidents Are Killing It! i iI were R. I.,Candidate assigned in and the after four-months further School,being<< schooling Newport commissioned course-,,


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Latest Navy :Films
Civil ..Service '
,,ard ':e' Available At Factu .


Lists ManyVacancies Personnel may see the latest'

films released by the Navy incomplete

comfort of airconditioned -
,
r
movie rooms at FAETU'sfilm
Iif
Two Civil Service openings have library Building 168.

been announced at NAS Jackson- The film library has a wide
'
I ville. One for a statistical clerk, '1, 1 1 4r variety from which to choose
*
:GS-4, in the Overhaul and Re- t Among the subjects available are

pair department, and the other aircraft servicing and operation,

for a clerk-typist, GS-3, in the S medicine, ordnance, survival and
'ff
Medical department. + seamanship. There are many more; j

: Applications will be accepted plus films of general interest, I

only from'mployees of_ the Naval Training movies for all rates are
Air Station and should be Se also available for instruction; '

filed with the Industrial' Relations For information and schedulingof

department I before the close of training films, call 423 or

business today for the statistical visit FAETU's: film library In

clerk position, and.by Friday, May Building 168.

28, for the clerk-typist Job. .

ADDITIONAL vacancies have Weather Outlook
,
been published at installations I s .m _________nn'._

within the Sixth Naval District MAYTORT FIREFIGHTERS-Firefighters (above) front Crash and Fire division at Mayport\ Friday-Mostly fair
The Navy Supply Corps School at Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Mere quick to answer a call to aid other firemen in fighting a SaturdayPartly cloudy to
Athens, Ga., needs a supervisory blaze on Fort George Island. Front row are (left to right) James Cole, SN; Vernell Hayes.. cloudy. Widely scattered light
administrative assistant GS-7 ADAN; Arthur DeAnjells, SA; James l\lorrlst. FN; Ernest Cornett, SN; Arthur Dinkins, AN; Fred showers. .
; or- Ingram, ADAN, and Robert Sunderland, AbAN. Back row: Francis Ahearn, SN; Edward Siege), Sunday-Cloudy with scatter
ganization and methods examiner,' AN, and Lee Edmiston, SN. Scene, below shows the intensity of the fire which brought out the call
GS-6, and general engineer GS-11 for alarm. The fire destroyed three homes and threatened others before brought under control. ed showers and thundershowers I

.:: Engineers, toolmakers and machinists To The Rescue
.
are desired by the Na- -
'S
val Ordnance Plant, Macon, Ga; ; '

the Charleston Naval Shipyard,
Fort George Residents
Charleston, S. C., and the District ,

Public Works Office, Charleston I N.

The Naval Station, Key West, Fla.,

-.' seeks a, Joiner (ship) and a sandblaster Laud, Mayport FiremenRecovering 4


Within the Fifth Naval District, from the shock of a recent conflagration which threat

openings for engineering drafts- ened peaceful Fort George Island, residents of the Island are praising

men (Aeronautical) at MCAS, the efforts of a crew of Navy firefighters.The ,
Cherry Point, N. C.; and for a tabulating -
Crash and Fire division,
The
the river from Mayport.
1
equipment operation) supervisor -
GS-11 at the.Naval Sup- stationed at Naval Auxiliary blaze, which leveled three homes

ply Depot, Bayonne, N. J, Field at Mayport, came to the aid ancj endangered three more, caus- w

MANY WEST Coast activities of civilian firefighting units infighting ed an estimated damage of ?20- r

are In need of engineers, account- a blaze on May 7, on 000. "

ants, statisticians, clerk typists, Fort George Island, located across ANStt'KlllNG A CALL' at 2130
draftsmen and administrative assistants 4
for aid from residents of Fort
Defense Studies'InducementS'
The Naval Air Basic Training George Island, the Crash and Fire 4

Command, NAS Pensacola, Fla., division at Mayport quickly dispatched .
I I'I
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has openings for a supervisorycivil For I two fire trucks, an aux- )#

engineer. GS-11, and a civil iliary fire truck and an ambulance I 1

engineer, CS9.Technical Military CareersProminence to the scene of the fire. COMMISSARY STORE

and administrative Crossing the St. John's liver I
PERMITS READY
positions exist at Guam and the was given to the via the ferry Jean Lafitte, the

Marianas Islands, and in the Phil- Navy crew found three homes already Applications are now being I
need for military service
N ippines. making consumed by flames and I accepted for commissary store i
Those interested should submit more attractive as a career in the concentrated attention on nearby F ALTYHLIMOR FROM permits for fiscal year 1955. '

Standard Form 57 to the activity semi-annual report of Defense dwellings that had begun to HERE AND THEREIn All patrons are requested to

where the vacancy exists, exceptfor Secretary Wilson to President smolder. Firemen were hamperedby apply and receive new permitsas
overseas billets. Eisenhower. a 15-mile: an hour wind from
a school in one of the poorer soon aa possible, since pres-
By a recent directive, NAS The report, which covered the the southeast that pushed flames
districts of a big city, a ques- i ent cards will not be honored
Jacksonville has been selected as periods July 1 to Dec. 31, 1953, toward the nearest homes, showering tionnaire was sent home with a after July 1. Authorized pat-
a recruiting center for overseas also stressed the need for a more sparks on the rooftops.
informationon
new pupil requesting rons should apply at the front
.... employment, and has been given effective Reserve program. AFTER TilE BLAZE had successfully home environment, number of desk in the Commissary Store
authority to accept applications, Mr. Wilson called for firm long- been brought under con- brothers and sisters, father's occupation -

conduct interviews, and select per- range policies covering conditions trol, one fire unit remained( be- and so on. '
sons to fill Jobs. Personal interview under which personnel will serve, hind as a watchdog in event of
The next day the child returned HOT AIR
's can be arranged with the and advised that meant must be any rekindling of flames. The ''s
With a scrap of paper on which
Industrial Relations department, found to reduce the high rate of ferry boat broke down after returning was written, "We have 18 children. f jJu
extension 684.FLIGHT. personnel turnover which he said the first crew to the May- i
My husband can also do plumb-
was "increasing cost, lowering port side of the river, forcing the Ing and carpentry work"
: PAY RAISE morale and depriving the armed remaining unit to return to May-
'
forces of the experience essential port via Hecksher Drive.

BILL HITS SNAGThe to maximum efficiency." .1 Residents of Fort George are A man ordered goulash for two ,
and found a large mouse in the s00 Mi
plan for a four percent He further stated that Defense. quick to relate that if it had not stew. ;

military flight raise prob- was not satisfied with the present been for the promptness of the
pay
ably will not get to Congressthis capacity of Reserve forces to be Navy, along with other fire unitsIn Said the waiter: "Don't shout

session due to a squabble ready for immediate service in the answering the call, the blaze and wave it about, or the rest
between event of war. would have spread out of control. will be wanting one too!"
the Army and Air .
The has balked -
force Army .
at the idea of i ; : (:ffi <'..:S 5t / There was a married couple and _
establishing flight
: ; 'i p, iy t9 they were accompanied every 7.7N
I pay as a percentage of base F--.. :
;' ; place by the husband's best
pay, but at rates about four .f'i :'H "
........ friend. One day the wife died and
.
i percent higher than the present .
at the funeral the grief stricken

I:I dollar amounts.. li' 1 bachelor carried on hysterically. A young man keeps talking

; Finally the husband started to about a vacation at Miami Beach
Little Known Facts ; console him. He tells about his last visit there

I ifarine Lt. Col. Marion E. Carl : k when with a friend (a noted physician -
"Take it easy, John, take it
attained altitude f who in
the specializes ailments
I higest tf:[ easy," he said "Ill get married
I achieved by man when, in September ;. ;: : again." of the lungs), he lay on the beach

1953, he took the Douglas f 1 jf'tii : admiring the surrounding beautyor
.
Skyrocket, Navy's sonic research ;ilFS : beauties. lIe tinned to his
r t li Driver: "We couldn't have been
plane, to 83,235 feet over Muroc, ', going more than 20." friend and said, "The girls at
Calif. _>:.. .. : ', 'II' t, these Florida beaches have beautiful -
Passenger: "I'm sure we weren't legs, haven't they?"
She: "Operas are so sad. The ji going more than 10." I To which the lung specialist replied -

lovers all die in the end. They Judge: "Stop-before you back "I hadn't noticed; I'm a

don't even 'have a chance to get SEEING-EYE PLANE-Protection never before possible Is into something!" chest man !

\ married." demonstrated here by the Navy's new sea and sky team of car l"i J

1 He: "That's the beauty of It. rier-based aircraft and "weing-eye" WV-2 radar plane Day and A bee has a stinger .03125-inch When eating buffalo meat, remember ..
the seeing-eye plane can scan the sea for thousands of
die find out night long. The other 24 inches Is
They before /
they jour Jthat one man's meat f'
miles and if enemy craft appear, radio a warning: to Its carrier maybe
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VP.16 Bests Field In TME-OUT|

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Fleet Volleyball Event ___ ,S With Gordon RobbieA


smattering. of boxing fans on

hand for the recent Eastern Navy
barnstorming band of volleyballers added another
Hall have been
title to an already imposing array of championship ,. Finals at King to the fate of tour- .

honors by copping the Atlantic Fleet tourney last week atCherry Inquiring as
ney winners In Interservice competition
Point.Competing .
I held this year at Lack
against squads
rep- ors, VP-16 eliminated the Marine land Texas, AFB

resenting BatCruLant DesLanl aggregation in first round play, The Air Force unable to wina
and FMFLant the Jacksonville-
15-8, 15-11 The Gators went on single weight division last year
baaed l l breezed
volleyballers
to dump a scrappy but inexperienced walked off with most of the
the double elimination
through BatCruLant squad, 15-7, marbles in the 1954 event Incidentally -

event without much .difficulty 155. the tourney'was held

Because no district or regional AlrLant Champ before 10,000 fans. Imagine crowd-

'volleyball tourneys are held for VP-16 again defeated the Bat- Ing that amount here

-- shore-based activities, the Fleet tleship-Cruiser club in the final Only one Navy man flyweight -

champions automatically become round. Scores were 15-4, 15-9. The Clifton :EMkrldx (Phll-

out Coast Volleyball Champions. losers ended up in second place \ Lant) was victorious. in the

Campaigning under All Lant col- with DesLant edging FMFLant quest for an AJl-Servlce title.

for third spot ______ __ __ _____n The talented' battler decKloned

Dr. Queen Victor The Gators began the quest for DISPLAY TROPIIIES-Rear_ Adm. Osborne B. Ilardlson, the Air Force's Jesse Herrer ,

Navy volleyball supremacy last Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, congratulates VP-16 volley in the! first bout of the evening.

month by winning the ComFair ball coach Ensign Clint Johnson while admiring trophies the team When the points were tallied,
In First Class 'B' has amassed this season. VP-16's splkers the curtain down
rang on
Jax and Com Air Lant crowns. the Air Force, with six Individual
a highly successful season when they copped the Atlantic! Fleet
The local entry was a heavy favorite title. From left to right, are: Rear Adm. Ilardlson, John Senecal crowns, was on top with 38 points.

Links TourneySurviving for Atlantic Fleet honors. Gene Lewis Jim Donnelly, Larry Snook, Don' Oswalt, Larry The Marine Corps finished with

Tills in. the eighth consecutive Snellen Frank Merson and Ens Johnson. 22 and the Army and Navy tied
month long siegeof
a
month of active competition for with 20.Rocky.

title-hungry linksters Dr, Wil- the VP-16 crew. The Gators began Ninth Homer Wins Plant All-Navy middleweight
liam Queen has claimed the first Inning
the season with a win in the first champion from Pensacola
flight championship of the first
annual Jax Navy Open. The was kept from competing in the
annual NAS Class "B" Golf Tour- I
squad finished second in the St. Interservice battling due to pre-

nament. Petersburg YMCA Invitationaland For Parris Island NineThe vious commitments.

Dr, Queen, determined .,to bring State AAU meets. I *

home the bacon, had too much for 10 Man Squad I Being a rabid follower)] of Jax
Jax Navy Fliers striving to end the month of
Bill Bassett downing the challenger George Erickson and Fehmi Navy athletics,.we can't help but
victorious note will be but fa)1
on a anything gracious
,
4 and 3. Zeko, both of VC-8 at Patuxent feel that Is unfortunate in nothaving
when Donaldson Air Force Base moves in for
a -
IN TilE second flight, Tom : River, Md., were added to the stand tomorrow and Saturday. Ben Sobier J and cohort

Lewis copped the crown in a 4 roster for the Atlantic Fleet Leon Wilson station entries in
The Greenville S. C. nine
was
and 3 decision over favored Col. event. freely. Patterson usually an ace :next week's Sixth Naval District
scheduled to fill a vacant spot '
Paul Treitel. Both winners and Others competing were: John .on control, issued seven free tick- Tennis Tournament at Boone
caused by the cancellation of a
runners-up will receive appropri- Senecal, captain; Gene Lewis, Lar- ets.A Park.
series with Hunter AFB.
Petey
ately-enscribed trophies.Ed ry Snellen and Art Douglas, of home run by Joe Merlin in Being attached to lleet activities .
Sheets (2-21) and Frank Jankunis I iFLIERS'
Fisher came home the winner VP-16; Frank Merson, VP-5; Jim the ninth inning with a man on tin tennis, aces are therefore
((1-4)) have been nominated for
in the weekly Blind Bogeyevent Donnelly of Fasron Nine, and Don Ineligible for District! competition -
mound duty by coach Frank McCaffrey. The In
by hitting the lucky number Oswalt and Larry Snook of Fas pair competingIn
FARINGSI'I.yerP. /
the CnmFalr Jar tourney this
78. Two others got second place ron 109. ,
The Patrick AFB Mlssileers will .
This was the second ... n Aft nil TB R81 PI" week however and are topheavy -
honors with 79's. They were: straight
arrive on the local scene for a two- faleimn. p .1 83440( .r)!))I favorite to
Charles Adams ((79-0)) and "Ben" year a team representing ComAIr Wolos/j'n, ftCoughlln 28 101 19 32 50 19 .317 oppose one
game stay Tuesday and Wednes- Ib 28 118 25 36 58> 31 ..TOT. another In the final.
Salvtis (100-21)). Lant garnered top honors in At- day. The two clubs split in an Fay, Wcfarcarl 29 100 20 29 48 17 .2'!*)
*
4 70220 ..2HfiR
NEW CLUB champion Bill Scar- lantic Fleet volleyball compel! earlier !series! the Filers droppinga Wright, if 22 4 C 10 4 .873 POP FLIES Jax Navy in
tion. Tiavli, rJankunkli 2.1 78 11 21 27 9 .269 ,
brough showed his heels to the 13-6 tilt after winning, 7-1. p 7 12 1 3 3 ] .250 about even with last year in the
field as tho Splendid Swinger The Parris Island Marines had Calda, p 7 12 3 3 3 0 .250 stolen base department The Fliers
Price. 3b :
7
24 R 6 6 4 ,2V
fIU'out a neat one-under par Braves, Reds Start their hitting jackets on last weekend iteasley, UKNwly :II) 10!) 20 26 37 16 .239 hive committed 57 thefts in
2b 31 105 29 23 32 17 .219
71 for low gross honors.. and came up with 19-4 and Ntelson, ;mSforvlllo. 31 104 14 22 26 8 .212 31 games. Last year, after 25
Final results were posted in F Four-Game Series : c 12 38 7 8 9 5 .211
8-6 victories over the local clan. Rice lbCunntt 10 15 4 3 3 2 .200( games, the locals had pilfered 48
the Ladies Spring Cup tourney I The Jacksonville Braves begina I Jax Navy pitching, previously the : p 10 22 4 4 4 2 .182 sacks.
Tester, U 7 II 0 2 2 0 ..182R
with the following winners announced four-game series against the strong point on this year's club, Sheet p 17 1 2 2 0 .118 Before the start of the reason

: 1st flight, Mary Bar- Columbia Redd tonight at 2000at was at the mercy of the Leathernecks BUckstock/'iteher. p G.It.. 10 K 1 If 1 W'1. 0 Vet..10) members of the NATTOenfer -

low; 2nd flight Dottle Treitel; the Myrtle Ave. enclosure. Following talented willows.In Patterson 5 2.1: 13 23 2 0 1(0)Cunnet Vines softball team attended
9 61 42 6:1: 5 3 .62'\
3rd flight, Joyce Naff, and consolation Sunday's final tilt the the first game walkaway, Sheet 8 44 23 31' 2 2 ,5)0( a nightly Softball clinic held

flight, Grace lanobino. Braves will be on the road fora the Leathernecks scored 11 runs ZaccailaBlackstock 10 3 23 27 21 11 2 27:* 1 1 2 2 ,3.1.1.aw by the. City Recreation Depart>

1 I II W VMarines week's stay. in the final two frames, not content OaldaJankunlg 6 :34 17 31 1 4 .200 ment. Coach Gene licruft'.
7 39 28 32 1.4 .200
Out Though beset by troubles this with a 8-3 seven-Inning mar laaftle'ft. nuist'\e benefited by

Spring, the Columbia crew, under gin. Bobby Shults, a seven-letter base, broke a 6-6 standstill in the this extra tutoring they holdan

former National League hurler athlete nicked a trio of Flier hurl- second game. Walt Gaida ((1-4) unbeaten mark In league

Front In City Ernie White, always provides ers for five .hits, including one was the victim of this final! inn competition.

plenty of fireworks when on the double. ing assault, *

Softball PlayThe local scene. Powell' and Paul Leslie homered Leslie started the inning witha Jax From a May 1944 issue of the

All night games begin at 2000 for Parris Island, Powell's double and took third on the Air News In perhaps the

NATTCenter Marines took with Sunday contests getting. un- with one on in the ninth. Merle throw. Then, with two away, Mer- most memorable Softball game
ever held in these
over undisputed possession of first derway at 1500. Gunnet ((5-3) started and was tagged lin uncorked his big homer. One parts, Team

place in the Commercial Leagueby A reduced rate of fifty cents with the loss after issuing Jim Coughlin and Matt Wolos- vice from NATTCenter'Ship's Ser'

virtue of a double Victory last for Servicemen is now in effectat eight runs and five hits in four zyn hit safely in both games for edged Team Two 49-47U*
during a picnic at Gold Head
all
week. Braves home games. Uniforms frames.
the Fliers, stretching their hitting Branch State Park.
After taking a 3-0 decision from are not required but ID Relievers Pat Patterson .and streaks to 10 and seven games The

Fasron Six, the Marines came I cards must be shown. Earl Blackstock were also hitPOLISHING i respectively, half run was scored when
Fred Nuckols, SP ((5)) 2cgave out
back to maul Broward Lumber .
r of gas on his way in from third
r ,
Co., 13-5. ? rA 'z UP Bruce SS Unit Constructing base. Teammates carried him home
Pat O'Routke hurled a onehitter -
Stark, of Train-
for the half run. .
and banged out three singles > ing facilities, Own Ping Pong TablesSpecial The
in classic went seven full inn.
In leading his mates to the latter gets some
I ings with 15-mlnute rest
practice licks periods
win. Services at the Naval
for, the NATT- between each frame. Future division

OAK won HH first league' Center Intramu* Air Technical Training Center has
parties take note.
contest in the form of a 6-2 ) r a 1 Horseshoe found a way to beat the "high .

conquest of Glbb*'Shipyard. The i Tourney. More cost of living" by constructingits
individual Pistol Ace Leaves
than 50 -
hlpbulldera held a two-run entries own ping pong tables.

lead going Into the. sixth frame expected to are be Ping pong, also known as table NATTCenter Post ?

but the O A It dub rallied for received by tennis, is one of the popular' bar- Lcdr. Robert "Bob" Munday, of

six tallies Special Service will racks and noon-hour sports, NATTCenter, widely known in

winner's John Cotner tossed Competition By purchasing its own materialand
The begin June 15 Florida pistol competition, was

a no-hit game and slapped a on the courts in constructing its own tablesto released Friday to inactive duty

two-run homer during the big ,, ,::: the rear or conform: with game regulations, in the Naval Reserve..

L sixth inning. < ". Building Individual 'and$IS. the Special Services division is Lcdr. Munday has been a member

(* Gibbs Corp. lost its second game ,' team winners now able to furnish three tables of the Jax Navy pistol team

,. of the week as Naval Hospital will be chosen for the cost of one. Tables are the past two years. In addition,

I administered a 16-7 defeat to the with entrants constructed by Special Services he has competed in Jacksonville

Shipbuilding crew :". ",,:: t' receiving towards points the personnel Police pistol shoots.

.?, In the only City League contest Captain's T r o- Activities desiring the tab- His wife, Priscilla, also figured

Involving service teams, Oeci i I :':, :, :j, phy. The ringer les, of which five already have prominently in pistol activities.The .

Field defeated NATTCenter 3-1 :,1,' tourney is an been completed should call NATT Naval officer plans to return
annual hlgh-spo
Jim Crouch tossed a one-hit Job on the sports Center Special Serviced, extension to his work as a chemical

tor the victors. agenda 8228. engineer In California.




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Close Race Seen 1 -,..: ) ':: ; 1:; Beavers Inch Closer To j


Title HonorsIn
For

I Title j
Center LoopBehind Mainside Softball .


the two-hit hurling of It was raining: base hits at Mainside softball diamond* .

Chuck Parker and the heavy hitting last week as the 13-team intramural circuit saw the biggest j

of Norbert Karptnskl and display of scoring DOwer this season.

Jacques Dunlap Training Facilities : Fasron 109 disposed of threat
vvhlto an he led hU mate to a
AE "A" School its Beavers title
handed No. Seven to the
.
10-1 victory.The
first defeat 6.4, In a NATTCenter : aspirations by downing Fasion Staffers dropped their third

Intramural softball contest )4 Six 6-0 for the winners fourth' straight decision absorbing a 15-3

last week. shutout of the 'ear.
pasting by NARTU. W. W. Urn.
Four home runs figured in a Don Glidewell continued to hold stead got credit for the victory j
AO "A" the master's touch in Belting the
22-4 victory for School with :Mike Meisinger the loser.
Peisonnel. Lobby 1Vor met, Banshees down with a no-hit per-
over VC-62 kept close on the heels i
"Pappy" Melnhaid, Jack Slay sand formance. Big Don kept the sacks of Fasten, 109 with 1B.2 verdict 1

Jeff Barr hit four-baggeis for clean after walking the leadoff over hapless FAW-11 Jack Turner

the winners. % I batter.In hurled outstanding ball in

Although held to a lone hit ..:. another fray, (Jlldewell besting the loser' Ray Schneck.
got much the' better of a duel
by Chuck Parker AO "A" Supply. brake Into the "winning
with ComFair Jax'n John Apple-
S<'hool managed to eke out a cohimq on the strength of *

5-3 win over Training: I adll IH. ,, !
hN\C pitching performanceby
-up
"WIIEW"-Pnbaps that's what Nick Prosrla, Fa&ron 109 shortstop -
The losers' Obie Oberinan was is muttering as he scampers to third base during action In I Trackmen FinishIn Hugli McDonald. The Storekeepers

the! g June's batting: Mar. the BeaversFasron Six battle Thursday at Yorktown Field. biased VW-4, 10-1, In

Jerry O'Hara's big: bat led AGO Third baseman is Elliott Finwlck while the third man on the scene I'' Show Spot unlocking a pre,loualy Inept hitting *
is Fasron 109's Pete Ball, enjoying a bird's rye view.
13-5 AO
School to a victory over atta<'k.

"D" School. Pete Wilkocki's four- In the closest battle of the

for-four helped Personnel down <.:;,... 'f'!, :, J'ri ";'. 'fti.i". ft' "W" S' :.i: At Eglin Relays week Hospital dropped VW-4, 71.

the AK Marines 15-10, in a ftee- :: .. : ) ,..t(, .. g+ Jax Navy's fast Improving track Carl Bulges and Tom Owens

!hitting blugfest:! / r ,t + -0.tp team captured third place in the shared hurling duties for the

Other iexults: I : Eglin Helajs last weekend at the Medics.In .

HAWS School 15, AN "P" 9. West Florida site Winning team' other games FaetuLant bested
I J ;' Ft. Benning, scored 80'i points VP-18's winless crew, 19-5: anal
8 'B"
AK "A" School AE 7,
while the Fliers netted 36. VP-5: with Steve Williams on the

AK Marines 11, Special Services I I ." The host Eglin Eagles gal net'ed mound', toyed with FAWM1, tS3.llonda"s : .

1, AK "A" School 6, Personnel 5; ': .' ,'-., ; ; .:: r I I 43 points enough for a second

AK "A" School 9, Special Serv- place finish. Softball

ices 7, and HAWS School ]n. I I I Jar Navy copped two Individual Slate PostponedBecause
: titles, Mel Cchiistensen winning i
Tiaining-! Facilities 7. I Sixth ND Tennis Meet of the holiday, all
-STAMMM.NTritm the 880-yard urn and Marty Graham Mainside l i intramural softball
the 440-yaid hmdles.Kotntiba .
V%'. 1. elated for Monday have
,
AK'A': 'h,1 l ..... ........... 16 1 ScoresGraham's games
AO A" S<'ho<>l ................ 14 :2 : I been postponed until Tuesday
Ah'li1 School ... ........ ..... 10 5 Slotes Tuesdny Opener sensational :569 winning afteinoon.
NA\\S Vhool ... .. ...... .. ... ]0 5Spec time bettered the Navy mark
Seiv ., 9 dANT' Frays set back a day are:
I
Sihwl;l" :::: :..:::::::: 7 9 of 67.7 set in the Inlerservlce
I'ersonnol . .. .. ........... 7 fl 'I Starting time for opening matches in the Sixth Naval I Fasron Six vs. VC-62 at Albe-
AK-Marlnei ....... ......... .. 6 !9 First meet last year Graham also picked
is hawing near. 1e FaetuLant ,
District Tennis Tournament rapidly ma ; vs. Supply
'frH"'i\<' .. .... .......... ... 5 8 up a fourth spot In the 220-
AGO Schr.1l .... .......... ... (, 11 I round tan-offs} are slated for Tuesday morning at the noon Saratoga; Fasron 109 vs. VP-
AK"A" S.hul ............ ... !"t toAO"U" yaul hurdles
School. .... .... .. 3 11 Park courts John Kotsuba: earned a trio of 18, Yorktown and FAW-11 vs
I'I, Play will continue through FI'i-1 I pr-F'I': ;'k- Anderson and Bill J second-place awards-In the mile, VW-4 at Hospital. .

day All competition will be on Willis. two-mile stct'plt''hase' three- _c-.._ ___ ____-_

[wzQui4Isy i a single singles elimination and doubles basis play., including will Seeking be: Can lauieln lll\nd and in doubles Skipper play and mile In events.the 880-yaid relay Jax I NAS Waves

through quarter-
All matches ;
*ndeison and Dick Harris Navj'a team of Fied Nelson, Larry '
wilt be the best
nals competition Show PowerIn
Goller Don Meyerchick and
to
sets Semifinalsand I Stiff competition i IH expected I
two out of three << I Matt Kurhch took second place.
( Armd Ferctt ",.u Sric; ) final round matches will be be provided the home forces by I
Another place position resulted in 18-8 WinNine
Pensacola, Charleston
QUESTIONS tennis front
three out of five.Trophies the with I'
Mever-
sprint medley
t. What former American Awarded Memphis, Green Cove Springs I home run, three by Jon
I chick Nelson, Ron Thompson and
League catcher, now a majorleague I The championship and! lunner- and Key Weat Christensen\ entered Center.'

coach caught 100 or more up team will be presented appropriate J
For Meet Today
games for 13 straight seasons r I trophies and individual Feelers Out Life 27-19, in the Women's City
Nelson also picked tip a pointIn
2. What former Yale] trAck star awaids Trophies will also be pre- i Annual IM Swim Softball League Monday night at
the 100-yatd dash with a fourthplace
was the first man ever to clear 14 sented to the individual winner Entry blanks have been sent finish.The Murray 11111.

feet In the pole vault? and iunner-up In singles and in I to all Mainside activities for Filets fated better than First slicker Pat Goieky and

3. What jockey piloted three doubles. the annual Intramural swimming expected in the field events. Nelson shortstop! Norma Fleming each

Kentucky Derby wlnnen includ- The Commandant Sixth Naval meet to be held in the copped) fourth spot in the high i rapped two homers and \V i 11 l >n M

ing Gallant Fox, who ,won the District ha designated Captain near future Definite }plans jump and hop-skip-jump, while Ellenburger and Ann D'Ormond,

Triple Crown in 19301ANSWt Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS commanding have been withheld, pending Kurilich took third in the javelin one apiece.In .

n I officer, as Tournament number of entries leceived. and Frank Hill tied for second In the nightcap tray, the NAS

1. full Dickey. I Director. Co-ordinator for the All interested activities can the high jump. Waves trounced St. Lukes Student
event is Lcdr. Richard V. Dona- receive further infoimation by
188. Ellie Carlson collectedtwo
*
.
abln
Carr I Today the Fliers meet Eglin on
officer.
NAS Special Services intramural director
hue, contacting
round and
trippers
a
singleto
S. Karl Sande.SPORTS. This is the second time in three Frank McCaffrey, top.l d e, the Lackawanna Playfield cinders the winneis
spark attack.
with field events at 1330 and trR'kevents
years that NAS Jacksonville has Building 930, phone ext, 512.
Pitcher Bonnie Brown followedwith
at 1400. :
been designated as site for Dis-
FROMYESTERYEAR Two a homer and two-base clout.
trict tennis competition.
also The two Navy clubs are cunent-
title matches were
ago
years one-two in the scramble.
ly league
*
Another in a weekly feature held at Harris the Boone In Double Park site. I wNAVY w

that brings to life performanceson Only entiles received Tip to .>o
the Naval Air Station sports the Sax' t 1.
press deadline were from :
!scene from dusty issues of the Navy squad. Entered in singles' )I tS toc4CHIPc
Jax -
Air
News. ?
will be; Jack Candland, Jim Skip
TEN YEARS AGO TODAYJax J "

Navy celebrated its debut Nelmen End SeasonOn
at the Jacksonville baseball <
........ iI
Park with a 5-2 victory over Successful Note .-..:...... ..;6-f 'J'''-''',''-,"'" -..-...-..-:. --:11:

the Jacksonville Coast Guard The Jax Navy tennis squad Like any other sport, golf has

nine. Don Cross and Charley capped a successful season withan certain I rules and regulations

Woodall paced the Fliers.F1VE 8-3 rout of Stetson Universitylast I which should be observed. These

YEARS AGO TODAY week at DcLand The Navy Miles have been made for you the

Adrian "Aggie" Back outstanding netmen racked up 'Ins in five then playing and the good of

guard for Jax Navy singles and ,three doubles events the course itself.
during the past basketball season -
Team king-pins Ben SobleraJ J I RULE SEVEN

was selected All-Navy and Leon Wilson are competingthis Players should at all tlniee |4Mjrulthoiit

guard by a Navy- Department week in the ComFair Jax t delay. If }'out lost

board. net tourney at the Boone Park I,la ball or are holding up following
A former
Naval Academy courts. Sobletaj j and Wilson are -'..,. "..... players you should penult
tar, Back .1 i
played only x
meet In tomortow's final them to play through.
favored to NETl\IEN'-Tbe
games for the Fliers. He was lax Navy tennis team recently ended
round. regular season campaigning with a respectable 5-3 mark against Signal them on by A wave ol
more
noted
for his
great play Several team members will be southeastern collegiate opposition. Team members are, front row, the arm-then atop and permit
for 'Nor folk Navy in.the All- left to right), Jim Skipper, Ben SoblcraJ. Joe Vaughn Frank
entered in next week's Sixth Naval them to hit. This I U a rule that InU.lnte
Navy finals at Bloch Arena alo at Anderson and John Houle. Bark row Jack Candland, Kerwin
Pearl harbor District Tournament Foley, Ken Stewart (roach), Dirk Harris ,and Bill Willis. Not \ l by beginners more tha4
the: Boone Park site shown are LeonMKon, Clint Johnson and Gordon Eldridge. any other.r .


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4 4s Five States Rule '\\Va r' In Korea;



FOR, KENT Stops Some Insurance Payments


5 rm. furn. apt 3017 Riverside Five states have adjudged-legally-that there was a "war" !I.
Ave. $70. Ph. 2.6269 V Hart
Korea.A ... '
2 bdrm. furn. brick house. Conv.
United Press survey revealed
to NAS. Ph. 8-1736, L. J. Kwartler. personnel during Korean fighting,
been rul-
that the hostilities have
Most of the policies had no war
ed a war in Texas, New Jersey,
5 bdrm. bungalow, $100. 1016 California, the District of Colum- clauses. However, about $100,000-
000 of the total of
$300,000,000of
Briei'field Dr. Ph. 6-9368, War- bia and Virginia courts.
life Insurance now in force is

yen Pennsylvania and Iowa courts limited by war clauses, and both

2 bdrm. unfurn. apt 3197 Post decided the fighting was not con- companies that sold the policiesand

St. Ph.' 88-9737, McMulIen. stitutionally a war, since it was the buyers would like a legal

2, bdnn. unfurn. apt. $75. 3663 : ax .i not declared by Congress. definition of a war.

St. Johns Ph. 2-2029, C. H. Asked to referee> the Texas! Companies are now includingnew

Myers. k3yy. and Pennsylvania decisions, the types of war clauses in in-

Fur apt. on NAS bus line. 2604 U. S. Supreme Court refused surance contracts. Some provideno

Post St. Mrs. Bray. \ without explanation.Suits payments for death in a declared

2 bdrm.- furn. apt. 1218 Challen E:: : to collect private life Insurance or undeclared war. Others

Ave Ph. 2.0291, :Mrs. Hanks. policies bought by 'service rule no benefits in a war declaredby

Furn. rm. 2927 Algonquin Ave. ,personnel_ killed during the Congress or "any other Inter-

Mrs. Parrlsh. .Korean fighting forced the seven national organization," or exclude
IMPROVES ROUTE SLiP-Otis L. Owens (right) of Supply
decisions reached far. The deaths resulting from service with
4 rm. furn. apt. $60. 2954 ThomasSt. department receives a beneficial suggestion check from Capt. so non-

:Mrs Chittenden. Norman A. Helfrlch, Supply-Fiscal officer, for his improved typeof government policies all containedwar any international organization.

Furn. rim Home privileges. One route slip for Inter-office transmittal. The new perforated sheet clauses, which prohibited pay- Others pay only if death results
provides for six routings over the one-time use of previous sheets. ment in the event of death resulting from a peacetime accident.SCUTTLEBUTT .
Block to NAS bus. 3338 Ran
., Thirty-seven other beneficial suggestion checks were presented from .
dall. Mrs Hertzman. during the past month to employees of Overhaul and Repair de- war.

1 bdrm. furn. house. 2107 Hyde partment. Totaling $1,215, the awards represent savings of $14,127 It was up to the state courts to

Park Road Ph. 21496. Mrs. to the Navy. decide if Korea was a war or a

Onerby. "police action," and rulings thatit

3 bdrm. furn. house. Ph. 8-1432, Memorial Day Big; Recruiting Job was not a war meant paymentin t i

Mrs. Horn. (Continued From Page 1) Needed As 210,000Due full
1 bdnn. fuin. apt. 2660 Forbes The Supreme Court' refusalto
on the 20-mile flight to strew the
: St. $65. Ph. 7-7847, Mrs. Snow To Get Out decide the Issue left both the
flowers on the ocean in memoryof
Widow will share home with cou- Faced with the loss of some Insurance companies and policyholders
the war dead, will be Lt. Car-
ple. Ph. 2.9606, Mrs. Howard 210,000 enlisted personnel dur- In a state of confusion,
penter; Paul H. Wiltsey, AEC,
Ware. Committee Chairman; Tech. Sgt. ing fiscal year 1955, the Navy according to llolgar J. Johnson,
2 rm. furn. apt. 2148 Rosselle St. has drastically increased its re- president of the Institute for
James L. Walling, and Tech. Sgt.
Ph. 7-5461, Mrs. Emery. Bernard M Roy. quirements for new recruits be- Life Insurance.

6 rm. furn. home in Venetia. 4349 cause of less-than-expected re- Insurance companies have so
The plane will return at
DeMe ia. Ph. 88.0412, Lcdr R. ap enlistments.The far paid 17,000 beneficiaries $24-
proximately 1315 to conclude the
L. Rupp., Navy had previously 000,000 for the deaths of service
Memorial Day ceremonies aboard
Furn. faragc apt. 4510 Irvington the station. planned on 68,545 new men to

Ave Ph. 8-1548, Mrs. Tate. maintain levels, after allowing
P0oftheWeekHonors "Tell him to wash out his mouth
3 rm. furn. apt. 4502 Irvington for a decrease in total strengthand with soap."

Ph. 8-6768, Mrs. Carney. On-The-Spot figuring on a certain per-
2 rm. furn. apt. 2614 Green St. centage of rcenlistments. It Go ToI

Ph.. 7-4548, Mrs. McJenklns. (Continued From Page 1) now may have to seek at least Army Readies New

3 rm. furn. apt. $50. 3008 Park is studded with 1,088 fins that 100,000, possibly 120,000 new I & E Member Field, Dress UniformThe

St. Ph 2-4232:: :Mrs. 'McDavid. act like electric fan blades in forcing replacements ,
2 bdrm. CD home. $65. Ph. 8-4855, oxygen-rich air through the This week's NATTCenter Army has displayed its new

Chief Paulsen. burners. This gives the plane its I petty-officer-of-t h e-w c e k is green uniform for regular wear,

at the from the Education and Infor- the new field uniform In use
Fuin. garage apt. $12 week. 4229 powerful forward thrust, but the perimental try repairing I
for time in Korea and
McGiits Blvd Ph. 2.6143, Mrs. tremendous speed at which the engines on the spot. Fasron Six mation office of the Center, some -
Darrell R. Schlight PN2.A the optional dress blues.
Simpson. fins make them susceptible to da- at Jacksonville was selected forrepaliing ,
The uniform, which t
green
2: bdrm. fuin home, $90. 2266 mage from foreign matter entering graduate of the Boulder, Colo.
the engine of the Banshee Army officials point out is still
Erie Ave Ph. 4-7398, G. J. Bat- the air scoops. High School, Schlight entered the in the proposed stage, has been
Vlnls The terrific speed of the spin- service Aug. 1950. While in the
I in. use for some time at several
ning rotor also wears out engine An even dozen repair tools Navy he has attended :PN (A)
bases. It will take 18 months
FOR components housed near it. commonly used at the Cherry and PN (C-1)) School.
SALE from the time of okay until Is-
Here was the source of the Point 0 & R were dispatched to Veteran of 33
:5 I im. CB home, $5,000. 5443 Car- sued.
der St. Umstot. costly repair problems. Shying months aboardthe
The basic male winter uniforms,
away from the whirling rotor and Jax.The
Equity in 2 bdim. home. 853 first five rotor-assembly repair USS New- if the green is adopted (exclude
Its delicate fins, no repairman in
Mikael St. Ph. 88-7568, Chief port News, ing evening dress, combat and
the field felt he was equipped to Jobs were completed as a Schlight was In
Pariish. a work uniforms) will be: Olive
work on the engine's "cold secion" unit in 17 days and senMo Cherry
on the rendezvous -
2 bdrm. CBS home. 5217 Marlene green for officers in drill or train-

Ave. Green Cove Springs, ext. and the special tools needed Point for "penalty testing"-to operation ing and OG 108 for enlisted men.

S365 or Naval Hospital, 2-9259, were never stocked. So off to check the quality of the work. "Grand Slam" It will be Army Green, Shade
distant repair factories the engines Each met the stiff require- which combined
Lt. Hook. jet S 44 for officers on general duty,
went. ments and the time spent to repair the fleet
t bdrm. house in Venetia. Ph. 88- with the same for enlisted men
Process InvolvedBut each engine averaged out to units of the
Schlight on duty.
8242, or ext. 8336. Comdr. Par- before .
due.I strapping an engineonto 178 man hours. United States, Britain, France and For dress (off-duty after 1800))

bdnn. brick house. 3612 Cardinal repair-bound railroad cars, This was streamlined down to Italy in the Mediterranean. officers can wear pinks and
a lot of preparatory work has to
I Blvd. Ph. 8- 234, L. E. Fay. be 120 man hours after the men be- Schlight reported to the CenterIn greens or dress blue until a date
I done.The myriad
1 rm. house with garage. 2437 pumps, gen- came familiar with the new work. Nov. 1953. His present billet to be determined later. After
erators and other accessories,
Cedar Shores Circle. Ph. 8-6869, on And the new men were making is leading petty officer of the I that, blue only. Enlisted men,
the engine must be stripped off.
Lcdr. Wallace engines available, in ten days In- fe E Office, with collateral dutiesof after hours, will wear Army .
Twenty-five man hours are required stead of the elx-to-nine month Insurance and Civil Readjust- Green or Blue, with the blue op
3 bdrm. Masonry home, $625.00 to strip an engine. -
availability under the old sy'ateml! ment. tional.
GI equity, $38 mo. 2971 W. 12th Then it is Qarefuly packed in

St.Equ1J.. a giant metal can, using up an-

y wanted 2 or 3 bdrms. other eight hours. Shipped from I Amendment To Social Security Act Benefits Forces I I

Ph. 9.7078, W. M. Phillips. Jacksonville to Chery Point, N.

3 bdnn. ranch type home. Con C., the nearest repair point equip -------
Most Armed Forces active duty This credit is given to all milI- age 65, at which time, if unre-
necting garage, screened in ped to handle the work, the en-
of the ben- tary personnel whether or not married, she will receive monthly
porch and patio, wall to wall gine has to be unpacked upon ar- personnel are unaware

carpeting in living and dining rival wasting more time. Over efits made available to their sur- they have been employed by an payments of $48.

rooms. Radiant electrical heat 150 actual repair' hours are then vivors as a result of amendmentsto industry covered by the Social M *

throughout, parque oak floors. expended to recondition the en- the Social Security Act. The Security Act.Presuming, If the military member dies

Venetia, 5344 Delia Robbla Way. gine back to "zero flight hours. benefits accrue to dependents of the military memberhas leaving no widow, widower or

Ph. 8-4040, Lcdr. C. J. Zane. After repairs are completed, the child
for benefits
military personnel who die on active no other Social Security'cre- eligible monthly
I shipping preparations for the These benefits be dependent parents be
duty. may dits and has at least 18 months may
MISCELLANEOUSRiders trip back start again. Upon arri- taken into consideration in plan- active service at the time of deatha awarded monthly benefits when
val at Jacksonville the '
wanted to Portsmouth, 0., unpackingtask ning insurance estates for survi- lump sum payment of $192 will they reach age 65. The monthly

June 8. Blakeman, ext. 8323. is repeated once more. FI- be given his widow. In addition, benefit for a dependent parent is

Hide wanted from St. Johns Apt. nally, a whopping 60man'hours vors.All military personnel on active a monthly benefit to his survivors $48. If both parents were depen-

to NAS. Mrs. Blggerstaff, Ph. are used in. replacing the engine'saccessories. duty between Sept. 16, 1940 and will be computed on the basis of dents on 'the military member and

87-1621. July 1, 1955 are given a credit his military wage credit as fol- are over 65, the monthly bene-
Fasron Six SelectedLt.
Will baby sit day or evening. Marquardt coaxed an ex- of $160( monthly, as though they lows: Widow and 1 child, $96 fit will be $48 for each parent.

1775 Hamilton. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs were employed in an industry and monthly; widow and 2 children, Social Security payments are

Addie. Customer: "You're sure this is earning $160 per month. Thereare $128 monthly; widow and 3 or not automatic and the beneficiaries -

JUde wanted from Cedar Shores I genuine airplane luggage?" no deductions made from .mil more children, $128.10 monthly, must make application to the

Circle to NAS. Mary Walton, Salesman: "You bet. It belonged Italy pay for this "wage credit." and widow and no children, no nearest Social Security field ,of-

Nt. B21. to Orville Wright." S ,. monthly benefit until she reaches flee.

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