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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: August 5, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I I OK Contingency Option Act Amendment



Under a bill approved by the retired members 60 days after tion of officials, would, be, re
House Armed Services committee it became law to revoke their funded part of their contribution -

,. some retired personnel elections and would require toward the annuity. The
would have 60 days In whichto them to prove that they had refund would yepresentthe difference 1 1 e'.' E

revoke their elections under been misinformed or had made between the amount by

the contingency option act, and "substantial" mathematical errors which the retired pay was reduced !' -J

get back part of their money. in figuring the cost of the and the cost'of term Insurance ,

An amendment to the origi- benefits. They would also have equal to' the protectionthe
nal act, the bill applies onlyto to show that the misinformation dependent had' while the
the 'servicemen already retired has resulted In undue election was in effect.

on the effective date of hardship. RETIRED members may not w 'b
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V act, in 1953. Members who could pro v b again be covered In any way

t I'' Tim NEW bill, would give their hardship to the satisfac (Please Turn to Page: 8, Col.) 5) {, I fi ,

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VOL.-12 No. 19 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Fla. 5 August, 1954

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I ._ You Gain On First L___
ReUpReOp ,
VFs-31 And 33


Return FromMediterranean Bonus Bill Now Law; _


CANADIAN ON EXCHANGE-Royal Canadian Air Force
Fighter Squadrons 31 and 33, pilot, Flight Officer A. Stanley Pelland, gets the feel of things
units of Carrier Air Group Raises Total Payment $600 while in the seat of a F2V Neptune patrol bomber. The RCAF pilot I
Three, returned to Jax Tuesday has been assigned for a two-year hitch with Patrol Squadron *
here under the exchange pilot program ,
night, after completing a elx- The Navy has outlined requirements and instructions!
months tour of duty in the for payment of the new reenlistment bonus to Navy and
Mediterranean aboard the car Marine Corps- personnel- in AINav 32, dated July 22. E-4 EXAMS SLATED RCAF Pilot With''

rler USS Midway. The bonus bill, now Public Law that law until they have receiveda FOR NEXT TUESDAY

Families and friends were on 506, was signed Into law by President total of $1,400. Personnel aboard the station Patrol Squadron 3
hand to greet the Fleet Air for Grade IM
Eisenhower July 16 and be- O F F I 0 E It S BEING released eligible Pay
Jacksonville squadrons as they (third class) will
came effective immediately exams con
from active duty are entitled to
set their F211 Banshees downat gregate at three locations Aug On ExchangeDuty ,
It amends the Career Compensation receive a bonus if they served as
NAS Cecil Field. ust 10 for their tests
Act of 1949 to increase the enlisted men in the same service
Crew members and non-pi- average reenlistment bonus payment immediately prior i to receiving NAS Jax personnel will Cluster non d s of international

lots of both Squadrons are from about $250 to more a commission. Their bonus will at the Mainside Mess Hall; friendship i were :further

scheduled to arrive at NAS Ce than $500. It also raises I the be determined on the monthlyEM Fleet Air Jax personnel will strengthened when Lt. A.
muster at NAlTCenter Mess
cil Field from Norfolk, in a series maximum total payment to an individual basic pay at time of reenlistment -
Hall, and NATTCenter ellgibles Stanley Pelland, of the Royal'
of airlifts through Friday. from about $1,400 to .
gather at Building 502. Muster Canadian Air Force
Other squadrons of CAG-3 I 2000. AINav 32 also seta down the arrived
aboard the USS will be held at 0730 in all here for tour of
are Tarawa, DESIGNED TO increase roen- rules defining a /cenllstment, active a two-year
presently in Korean waters. listments among enlisted men Federal service, and Issues cases.Personnel sue to report 'with duty with Patrol Squadron 3.

serving their initial tours of duty, special instructions to enlisted ID cards and In the uniform Born in Victoria, British Co
the amounts to be paid are determined Marine I reservists on extended the day. .lumbia, the 36-year-old Canadian
Center Skipper by a sliding scale with active duty who integrate into officer has been a regular flight

the largest payments going I to the regular Corps. I officer for the RCAF for the last
Capt. McCampbell those reenlisting for the first The Comptroller I Weather Outlook 13 years. He was formerly with
have to settle the issue concern-I
time. Fiiday-Partly cloudy, contin Canadian Maritime Squadron 405:
Departs Aug. 10 Basic computations of the bonus ing the pre-19'49 reenlistment allowance ued hot, with scattered thunder- and reports here on the pilot exchange
since that part of the law showers.
plan are seen on page 8. If a program. ,
Capt David McCampbell, com- met with varied interpretations. Saturday Same.
serviceman 'reenlists before com- "A lilt Hot"
manding officer of the Naval Air (See Bonus Chart Page 8)Precedent) Sunday-Same.
Technical Training Center, has pleting a total of 20 years of active Since Canada is noted for its
Federal service, but under extremely cold winter, Lt. Pelland -
received orders to assume the job Established-
of Test Coordinator at the Naval that reenlistment will completemore is finding Florida's 'hot" climatea

Air Test Center, Patuxent River, ice than 20 years of such serv- Training Staff At Airman School bit difficult i I to cope with.
the
Maryland. .. bonus is computed on the "But," he smiled, I'll get used to
following basis: The multiplierused "'
Comdr. Wilson R. Bartlett will it
is the number of years which, Turned Over To Marine PersonnelA
assume the duties as acting com- Veteran ofUIl
when added
to his previous servo
manding officer upon Captain Lt Pelland is not unfamiliar
ice, totals 20 years. precedent in Naval Air Technical -
McCampbell's departure Aug. 10, Training was set this weekat pletely to Marine personnel. I with American built aircraft, hav-
while awaiting the arrival of Cap- Old timers who would stand to NATTCenter, Jacksonville, with Taking the reins from Lcdr ing flown the well known PBY.
tain Henry DeLong In September. gain more under the old reenlist- Oscar Braddock officerof
the training A veteran of WWII, his flying Included -
ment law, however training staff of the ANP( )
elect
During the past year, under may School being turned over com- Airman School for the past long-range patrol flights
Capt. McCampbell's direction the year, Is Major Emmons S. Ma- along the East Coast of CanadaIn
Training Center has seen many Innovations --- loney, recently returned from a variety of patrol bomber

as well as Improvements ; duty with the First Air Wingin including the British Lancaster

on projects and methods of Korea. He has never checked out in a-

previous years. m Heretofore the Airman School jet of any kind.
S which trains young men and wom- His arrival l in Jacksonville

Foremost in the realm of train en of the enlisted Marine ratings marks his first trip to the United

ing was formal organizing and r: and Waves in the fundamentals States for flight duty. His duty
commissioning of the Naval Air I I necessary to all aviation ratings, with VP-3 in the long-range

Weapons Systems School, a highly was under direction of Naval l "Neptune" patrol plane. When
classified unit, which trains officers A similar school is operated his tour of exchange duty is over

both officers and enlisted technicians [;k A A'i at Norman, Okla., for he will return to Canada for reassignment -
in some of the most ad- Bluejackets of the Navy. i

vanced weapons of Naval Avia- MARINE STUDENTS the I
tion today. ERr Jacksonville Airman School, and
Other changes of importance g' Marine instructors and liaison Medical Administrative

during the year of Capt. Me- d personnel are attached to the Officer Leaves Station

Campbell's command were the 6+ Y N a Marine Aviation Detachment, under i
utilization of the Aviation Ground the command of Lt. Col. James Lcdr. Arthur T, McCarley, Med.

Officer's School facilities for indoctrinating C. Lindsay. However,,the training seal Administrative officer at the
aviators awaiting or- they receive is under complete NAS Infirmary for the past five

ders to pre-flight training at Pen- 'Navy supervision, stemming from years, was detached July 30.

sacola, and the recent replace- 110, .. :--. the Director of Training and Superintendent He will be replaced by Lcdr.
ment of Naval Officers and en- of Special Trainingat Clifford R. Lawson, who has been
listed instructors of the Airman MARINES TAKE OVER-Airman. Preparatory School at the Center. ordered from the USS Haven
NATTCenter has ,
become Marine
officially
a Corps training ground
School with Marine
Preparatory for the Navy's air arm. Lcdr. Oscar Braddock (left) turned over This situation will generally still .hospital ship.
Corps officers. and. Instructors the training officer's sign to Major Emmons Maloney (right, Observing exist. However, the placement ofMarine Lcdr. McCarley will proceed t.*
the ceremony are (left to right) Comdr. Ralph Bagwell, officer and enlisted per Commander :Military Sea Transport
During his command at the director of training; Lt. Col. James Lindsay, commanding officer of
Marine,Aviation Detachment, and Comdr. Forrest Norvell, super- sonnel in training as well a.s.ad- Service, Yokosuka& t\ fee< -
(Please Turn to Page 3, Col. Z) intendent of Special Training. ,'(Please Turn to PaCt 8, Col. 5) duty on the staff

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I POoenTwo' JAX AIR NEWS 5 August, 1954iRK


KOLLIN' MAYHEM .....-.--..NN............... Grounded


4lf5"aJ life'' 7)'s.


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: I every Thundaj for Navy and Marine actlvltlet at Naval Air CATHOLIC itrrN
Jacksonville. iris,
i
lrl6 iaek..rUN Sunday, Mass-0300, 0000, 1000-
Capt. John S. Thach ..., .......... Commanding Officer -
CO 1V. John D. Butch: ..,_., ,....-T-, ..** "mu. Olttcer St. Edward's Chapel. N t 1
fleet Air Jaeaseavllle Saturday-0800.
Rear Adro. J..hn Terry .. ..........................,..... .... ..."................."._.....,Commander
Opt. Hicham' O. Greene .?_.____ ...r..w ..Chief ot Stall Daily-0630.
nett Air Will Elnn SundayOGMas at Hospital
Capt Theodore Dihl .... 'Commander
Co.sdr., rranlt D. Heyer ..Chief Staff Officer: Chapel.MORMON
Air TtckalralTralalai C"t rB1
Capt. David| McTampbfllNatal_ .Commandlnt Officer
eom.b.> Wilson It. Bartlett. E ecuU\e Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTC eG

Naval lUiplUI Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN .
PL. Edward S. LotH. ..Commandlnc Officer
U 4. Newton __ .._, __Executive: Officer SCIENCE1900TuesdayNATfc

Ca". John U MABTD ..Commtndlni Officer Chap-
Counuhn ----
Lom Jr. C.: Guy a... __laeculhe officer Iain's'Office.

Tit JAX AIR NEWS la putltthed weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. PROTESTANT
'lcb.IUle. Hoi Ida, and printed commercially with r2dated funds
,t *. .peim to the government and in compliance with NA VEXOS P-35. Ret.IMS. 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
ho" *. CHiptaa are distributed free of chart at the Natal Air Station, the 1100-All Saints' Chapels .
Placed Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training "Unit Naval
Air Station Cecil field, and the U. >S. Naval HoipltaU 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. I

Editor-Andrew H. Planey (Note: Addresses of local
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper! Ppoili EditorGordon Robbie, JO3: Staff ocher
churches be obtained call
RIM l.tn..tM:1t: llolmea, rill; tt1rculation-D1stibutlon-Chuck i'aul, AO3; liene may by
I'm**. !SN. I ing the Chaplain's Office 425.
rh. JAX AIR NEWS ta a member et the Armed Force Press Service. I "No, not driving license. I want to
AFPS material appearing In tbU publication may not b. printed without your tee jour pilot's )i j.
the written MrntMlon of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other I cense lou were flying too low!
..ratter. exeept b, ""+vice nublicationa. ti prohibited without permission of I -
tt:'Jf ..'JAX AI11T.1WS.Wt MOVIESMAINSIDE -
Ur la I ffcea located Main Administration Building. Phone extension I An
114. 11 and 8164.<< -- I I1 Perhaps Not Kosher, nog nee Change


Lcdr. Moraski Thursday, August ItI But To The Point In Layout Of
SAFETY ZONE
I Law
i vs Billy the Kid..Scott Brady Dallas, Tex. A prospective

\1 t WHEN LOMNNKr STOCK Departs Soon e I Untamed- Friday Breed..Sonny, Anpifrt 6 Tuft employee at Chance VoughtAlrc1'8ft NAS .I Infirmary

ABOUND THE FLOWS ww
Incorporated, answered
\ ,BE SURE TO CLEAR Lcdr. John M. Moraski, pet sonnet Saturday, August 7 the The physical layout of the >.'..
following questions on a
THE EXIT PCWSTersonnel /, officer of the Naval Air Sta Orchestra Wive.Ann Rutherford val Air Station Infirmary in
job questionnaire as follows:
lion for the past two years, 1 1.11 NATTCENTER Building 8 is undergoing a changein
\& f P : scheduled to ]leave for Patuxent Name of Company: U. S. order to provide better and
/
Thursday, August 5
Q oJ River, Md., August 10. Army more expedient service, and to
.
m Return to Treasure
Date started: May '42. concentrate into areas the .
At Patuxent he will report to Island .. ............... Dawn Adorns diagnostic
t :A the commander of the Fleet Logistics Date left: December: '45. procedures and Aviation
; -. Fililny, August SLaw medicine.
fXII" Air Wing Atlantic Continental
Type of business: Winning a
for duty as FleH Wing Personnel vs Billy the Kid..Sc Biady war. Individual office sluice will Also .

officer, Saturday, August c be provided for the flight I j

While at Sax Lcdr. Moran ki Untamed Breed..Sonny TufUIIOSUTAL Salary: Small iiirgeon.
I Job title: Dogface.Description While civilian
sick
was instrumental in creating several call w ill
improvements in the person TluirhJay, August 5 of duties: Walked remain in the same cog rhlor, it

nel department Fallen Angel....,.......Dona Andiewo ; dug holes; loaded boats; has been moved a few doors up
I unloaded boats drove the hall toward
; a the main entrance
These included consolidating offices Friday, Augiut
for efficient Retuin to Treasure truck; conducted roads; dug to spaces formerly occupied by

with less personnel; establishing functioning Island . Dawn MlNmsSaturday holes; walked; filled sandbags; N ART U and the innoculation

i a modified receiving station at August T I built piers; dug holes; walked, rooms; The Industrial Medical officer
are invited to visit etc. and the Industrial ]l
Law Hygiene
Building 912 for transient vs Billy the Kid. .Scott Brady
per
the USO Servicemen's Club at officer will
I sonnel; Improving i educational be on duty at civilian
37 W. Monroe St. The alr-con sick call, and the' new telephone
programs, and creating indoctri I
ditioned club is from 0930 extension
open there will be 256.
national/ courses for new per sonnet .
to 2330. i iThulsday
.
coming aboard the station. The station sanitation offue
August 5-8:00 I! _
: p.m.,
Record Dance and Watermelon I -ill'y will occupy the space previously l
i assigned civilian sick mil, end

Cut DATA & the new phone is 629. The innooilatlon \ -
Friday. August 6 5:30 i --El
: p.m., FROM rooms will also be loratl
Cafe Italiano, Spaghetti supper, there.NARTU'S.

8:00: Dance with NATTC Sere
Next week the E-4 examination medical peclion: bm

Waders I and many of those who have moved to spaces formerly wm-
.
<
Saturday, August 7-10.00: a.m.,' prepared for August :J 0 will be 4 4 x.I pied by the sanitation o f f i < e,

Open house all day; 8:00: p.m., I jubilant when Nov. 16 gets here I + 6 ui svf10 { < which Is the first door on the

Record dance too! j right at the north entrance to

Sunday, August 8-10:04: a.m., Are you ready to walk into the Building 8.

Dunking round table, free coffee j tenting room with confidence ando i Waves sick call, officers 1 s.u k

and donuts; 11:00: aim., off t take the test with the idea that i call and the executive assistant
I
church; 5:30: p.m., Vesper services you know more of the answers medical officer's office will now

and refreshments; 8:00: p.m., Mo I than the other men taking the' be located in the north central

vies. exam? _corridor, in the rooms' formerly

set aside for aviation fnedi 9 7:00
Monday August
: p.m.,
Ping Pong instructions with That U Jut the way you can I The
...._ flight i Mirgfon's office
get that crow on your arm. A few -
Frank Puskas 8:00: Skating
; p.m. I have been moved to the I'P84'f
at Skateland, reduced rates. questions to ask yourself while Comdr. 'I HEADS ISDUSTRIALlED. formerly housing the executiveassistant
there still Goodman ICINE
are a few days left Employees
Tuesday, August 10-8:00: p. ., the civilian railing at medical officer's office
before the test are these: HaveI sick call at NAS Infirmary -
Party Games.Wednesday. i'I read the Bluejackets :Manual? Named will find Comdr. Rex. and the officers sick call on the
August Ih 8.00 Industrial el Goodman (seated central
: Have I read the General Train dustrial ), new In. corridor.

p.m. Watermelon cut. I'j ing Course for Petty Officers? I for Medicine consultations officer and, available The first room on the left at
a Medical.Officer ex the north entrance hs been assigned
*
Have I put in my Professional i aminations. Comdr, Goodman
The Daytona Plaza Hotel, located Correspondence Course by just t Mill be assisted by Lcdr Roland as the aviation medicine

directly on Daytona Beach, I I answeiingthe question or have I Comdr. Rexol Goodman hag ,, Hygiene Byrd (standing) Industrial records office. This space pret't'i-

is offering a 25 per cent discountto I really studied the book before I assumed duties- a.s Industrial Medical I officer ously housed the library.

members of the Armed Forces. I' sending In each lesIon? officer of the Naval Air Station here He i +
also
Discount applies to rooms, and Those books are the one from replacing Comdr. William I served for a short

food. You can wear uniform or which many of your test questions F. Lyons who has reported to the I time a. senior medical officerAt Civilian OpeningsAt

present ID cards. are taken and the better USS Yosemite for duty as medical I Green Con ,Springs", Nevada

r I knowledge you have of thOM the officer with additional dutyon I Following i a post-graduate DepotA

A special rate to servicemen, I better chances you will have making the Staff Destroyer Force Atlantic course at John Hopkins, Baltimore number of openings in Civil
Fleet. I Service announced
the rate. positions have been
$2.00 per day per person based Comdr,
e Comdr, Goodman Goodman went to at the U. S. Naval Ammunition
on two or three to the room, Is comes here Naval
available to Armed Services personnel : Cramming k not the beet method from the Naval Ammunition Depot Station, New Orleans, where Depot, ']lawthot'ne, Ne

at the Johnina Hotel, Miami In preparing for an exam. If McAlester, Okla:, where' he he remained until Feb. 1944. In vada.

Beach. Every Saturday night you haven't prepared yourself i in has been senior medical officer 1944-46, he served with the Seventh Personnel qualified for, send !ins

a special moonlite swim party the right way it might be a good for the past three years. Fleet, forested in, the following i0**
idea to spend a couple of nightaon A native of operating in the Pa should the industrial
and wiener roast is given in hot Carey, Miss., Comdr. I cific area, on board write directly to
the bue and down Goodman several ship At U*
dig into graduated from t h. at Relation officer
fr of service people, with compliments medical officer He
of the management. those books. Look at it In the University! of Tennessee<< School of r I, in the invasion of the participated Nevada Depot.Mechanical .

4 long run; more advancement, more Medicine at Memphis. He prac i From Philippines. Engineer, GS-9; Engineering

but pay, a little extra dough lice in Cleveland, Mia ., before 1947 to 1648, he served Draftsman (Architectural
with
Info On AA AvailableFor when that four ;years i, up, and entering the Navy in July 1942. I Surgery the Bureau of Medicine and ), GS-7; Engineering Draftsman

information concerning Alcoholic many mote thing that mean a No stranger to Jarkaontllle, I Comdr., Washington, D. C. (Electrical), GS-7; np.

Anonymous, .*)! sate ns lot. How abort It, meet 7 Are you Comdr. Goodman once sorted ha\ two Goodman and his wife: neerinfc Draftsman (EtectrW-'

lion 648. racy T M assistant medical officer i and thildmi, Swa Jane, 16, GS-5 and Engineering Drattirn"'l
Charlotte Irene, 14,
(Mechanical), GS-5.






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August, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Pale Tin



SAFETY-M/NDED STILL Capt. McCampbell ,


CLAIM 'LUCKY BUCKS'All Gets New Post
hands who have been

aspirin to join the list of
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lucky buck" winners still havea

chance, but they will have Center, Capt McCampbell's prime

to learn the new safety slogan concern and constant endeavorwas
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for August for the betterment of the

The safety slogan for August welfare and morale of the students

is; "Long Chances Shorten instructors and support

Live." personnel, which led him to initi- 4

If you can repeat this slogan ate numerous programs designedto a '

when approached by the aid in attaining his goal.

voice of safety, you receive a The intramural sports progtam

crisp dollar bill, or a free meal
has been carried out to a high

chit to the Civilian Cafeteria. peak of operation, with individual

Recent 'lucky buck" winners participation in varsity sports by

include P. L. Pickett, MR3, of members of the command accele

Fasron 6; J. H. RIggs, ADAN, rated.

VF-44; C, A, Phillips, AD1, of iea
Other new morale programs Include
VC-62; F W. Stackhouse, AC-
: choosing the most fihtary n
r
3, VF-44; D. N. Eldridge, l laS.S a
man or woman at monthly Inspections
ADAN, Fasron 6 Andrews
Patty -
;
with a free trip and week- .a ywc
Publications and Charles A
end vacation to a resort city in c J Ss
Hart, 0 A R. Winner of a meal 4
the offing and the naming of sl
ticket was Billie Kennedy, of Training Center's buildings after "

Public Works.Laundry. Naval .
prominent figures.Last l pO

week's celebration of the

12th anniversary of the WAVES, '

Installs in which NATTC played an important : ''J S i:

part, was enhanced greatly ;

New Equipment"The by Capt. McCampbeJl's participation .

and
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best in service for theflemceman"
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is the motto followed Cooperation with the I local
NATTC LEADER David who leaves his commanding
DEPARTS-Capt. McCampbeli, post as
the here at
by Navy Exchange
Chambers of Commerce and oth officer of NATTCenter with his instituted wellas
next Tuesday, worked close men, new programs, as
NAS Jacksonville. er local commands, in various projects participating in many activities during his year's tour of duty here. At the top left Captain Mr-

Newest among the facilities as well as official visits to Campbell holds :a confab with football officials at the beginning of the intramural season. Top right

serving the needs of the service- NATTC facilities, have shown his shows the Captain Inspecting his personnel. The departing NATTCenter skipper makes meritoriuir
awards presentations in bottom left photo. Bottom right Captain McCampbeli converses with Adm.
men is the addition of two new interest in public relations and John D Rear llardison former Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
Price (retired) and Adm. Osborne B.
stainless 8 tee I automatic Troy its value to the Navy at a ceremony naming the indoor pool Price Natatorium Captain McCampbeli will become
Test Coordinator at Naval Air Test Center Patuxrnt River Md.
washing machines at the Navy Captain McCampbell's record as _. .
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Exchange laundry an outstanding fighter pilot for Plan Auditions Here

The new machines, installed recently the Navy during World War II SAFETY

are described as "four- has received wide renown. His

pocket, slide-out, automatic" ma actions during the Pacific Campaign Local Talent Can CompeteFor Box Score

chines. They will replace the old where he personally destroyed Disabling injuries Tlirongh

type washer, which had to be thirty-four airborne ene-
Tuesday. July 27
emptied by lifting and pulling the my aircraft, with seven in one

clothes from the bottom of the and nine in another sortie won Network TV AppearancePersonnel This This Year Month. 8 0

wash wheel.Exchange. him the naU n'lI most coveted
Slncn l.attLostTime
officials point out military award, the Congressional' here will have an opportunity Day Accident 9 i
Medal of Honor. of three judged from local radio
that the new washer permits a to compete for a spot

"slide-out" operation and insures Mrs. McCampbeli, who was on the Ed Sullivan "Toast of the and television stations will selecta GIRGABOAMAUGUST -

against tearing clothes which prominent as leader in the NATTC Town" CBS Television show on winner, or winning act, who SAFETY SLOGAN

sometimes happened In the "pull Officer's Wives Club has figured Sunday evening, Sept. 26 will go to Charleston, S. C., to I "Long Chances Shorten

and lift" method. with importance in the social and That evening the Sullivan show. compete in a preliminary contest Lives"
I
Translated, it means better welfare activities of the club. It will feature the best entertainers to be conducted by the Comman- n..mf\lulH'r This alogaa-4t.

needs. with her able assistance that dant, Sixth Naval District, on.
service for your laundry was in the sea services crooners, means money.Figures .
the ladies. of NATTC able August 27.
were dancers, jugglers, comedians and ,
to start a childrens library section Those selected as winners of
other variety acts. I
Scholastic Efforts at NATTC, sponsor a Brown Individual performer or a the District competition will go Show Cut

ie Trotip, and aiding otber pro- to New York City in Septemberfor
grams. group or performers who are the All-Navy Talent Contest
Win Awards For able to present an act in good In Lost-Time'
Prior to his departure, Capt taste and of an entertaining nature I There personnel will be screened

and Mr*. McCampbell will be and approximately nine acts named
are invited to participate.
Center Students honored by the officers and their Such groups will not consist of for participation on the Sullivan Accidents Here

wive of NATTC at a farewell show, I
Marine took honor awards at reception at the Officer' Club. more than four performers and S e e Latest figures compiled indicate
thre schools at the Naval Air the running time of the acts will a substantial improvement -
Eligible to enter the contest
Technical Training Center last not exceed fire minute, in lost time accidents:
here all Coast Guard
Lawyer (to woman seeking a e e 0 are Navy,
week, while Raymond Reedy, AE1 and Marine here at NAS Jacksonville.
was high student In the graduating divorcerhen: your husband 1* Locally, arrangements arc underway Corps personnel en Compared to 33 lott-tlme aociJents -

class at Aviation Electrician'sMate quilt elderly, I take It?" for a t&1ent'conte.t which active duty for more than ninety in the same period lastyear
and stationed at of the
School, Class B. Wile: "Elderly! Why, he'sso I It tentatively scheduled for Tues day, any statistic show only eight
commands based at NAS Jacksonville
old he get winded just playing day Aug. 17 at the Malnslde such accidents from January 1
Reedy, who served with Patrol NAS Cecil Field
May-
checkers! Theatre. At that time board
a through June 30 of this year. The
Squadron* 42 and 43, U a Korean port, NAAS Glynco, Ga, Naval
veteran. Not only a top graduate Station Green Cove Springs, NA difference in working day lost
he also won the intramural through accidents was a low 9t
AS Sanford, or at other offices
in 1954, contrasted with 43S days,
chess champlonahip at the Train-
and establishments In the Jacksonville
ing Center last week. He will be yy Si { more than a year, in 1953.

retained here for instructor dutyAt area.Interested Estimated at a cost of $700an

AE School.At TIL contestant must sub accident, the marked decrease
i mit name, and type of act, to the > represents" t'ODlfldflraJJe
School
Aviation
Storekeeper Special Service officer, Building dollar savings.A .
Pfc. John A. Dugan led a class 930, not later than 1&00 Friday, continuous safety training
of 25 :Marines with
an averageof
7 .4 Aug. 13. For planning purposes, program, and the use of numerous
8873. A native of Brooklyn,
'ei
personnel are urged to submit
0/V gimmicks
publicity stressing
55
N. Y., Dugan i I.s now stationed at i t fr
M name as soon as possible. Those has been
the Marine Corps Air Station, El safety among.personnel,
who sign for the contest early
carried out by the safety division
Toro, Calif. 4'y will get more immediate atten of the Industrial Relations
Alcott from South
Pfc. Joseph ,
tion. department in an effort to keep
Boston Mass., compiled an aver.
Additional details are availableat everyone conscious of safety.
age of 81.3 over the 14-week
the Special Service depart- Evidently the program with iU
course at Aviation Ordnance i
: ment or at the Jax Air News. gimmicks, is paying oft!
School. Tliis was the best in a J4 I If

class of 16. He has also been
NROTG Exam To Enlisted
transferred to( MCAS, El Toro, Open f Men

Calif. Eligible enlisted Navy personnel

Within average of 92.28, Pfc. will be given a chance at the claw. Candidates must be between,

led the 148 students service-wide 17 and 21, physically qualifiedand
Wayne Keesey ,... Navy College Aptbtude
,,_,
Wf<;w;:< f'AI..i>WfU ; <<>go /Z'<
af Airman School. Keesey, Test for entry a* midshipmen a high school graduate, 04
WAVES' CAKE-Lcdr. Sybil Grant (left) guest of hener at the .
who hails from Clarinda, Iowa Waves 12th birthday anniversary festivities and Lt. Elsie Hanson, into NROTC again this' year possess an equivalent certificate

and is a graduate of Clarinda senior Wave in the Jax area, join forces in cutting the decorated Tests are scheduled for Deo, 11, The Navy will bar the coat

Junior College, is now attending birthday take at the formal party held last Saturday at Mainside and all nomination will have to of tuition, textbooks, laboratory
Lounge. Approximately 230 Waves, reservists and guests participated
Aviation Electronic School at in the anniversary event. Lcdr. Grant Is assistant personnel be in the Bureau of Personnel by expense and provide requlr unli.

Memphis, Tenn. director of Sixth Naval District at Charleston, S. C. November 20 for the 1055 fall forms.i ,. .,



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FAW.I1. VF 19, Fasron Six, VA-45, Fasron 109, VF-34 Report



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It's on extra half stripe for I co; Joseph C. Comervllle, RM2, Navy in November of 1951. His rr.F
I to the Naval Station Argentia, duties at Fasron consist of workin R esa
Lt (jg) Russell D. Sawyer, the
Newfoundland, and Thomas J. the Operations office wherehe
T
former Ensign Lt. (Jg) Sawyeris
custodian of registered publications McDanlel( SKSN, to USS Mercury assists in keeping up with the

(AKS). flight schedules and preparing

t monthly reports on the squadron I
Fiorl P. Ricottilll, ALAN, has
aircraft and pilots.
left the Navy for civilian life. YF-44 t
*' *
New additions to the Staff include The Hornets are keeping busy #' .
VA-43 I
: William P. Sabourin, QMC, with their varied schedule of fly- '
It seemed like "old home week-
from the USS Cierra (AD-18)); Ing. At the moment Fighter
end" for llots'and crew who
Joe F. Cosectlno, RM3, and Wil- Squadron 44 is doing everything
had seen duty during the Korean i.
liam J{, Aldridge Jr:, SN, from from bombing to rocketry to air j >r Wa
Cruise of the Blackbirds as the
the USS Mlndoro; Homer R. Eisa- to air gunnery to field carrier
Lake Champlain ,docked at May-
man, SN, from the USS Waller landings to instruments, and tac- f;
port. Many went back to the ,
(DDE), and Ted A. Flaer, DMSN, tics. Champ to look her "over once :

from Beachmaster Unit Two, VF-44 recently welcomed aboard again and to renew old acquaintances jkvi. A .. ...i. ..... ...<.. ...,..a 4r,..;o.l
Little Creek, Va. William C. Page, BM1; Fred'! on board. It doesn't Seemas
Five men have packed their B. Bullard, AEAN, and Frank L. A NEW.TOP HAT-Applying the final touch to the traditional
if it has been months
seabags and hit the transfer trail: McAllister, AEAN. eight flying garb of a VF-14 pilot, Lt. Arthur Adams, (center) are four
since the squadron returned after newly commissioned officers presently assigned to the"Tophatter
W. Morazzini RMSA to
Antonio There's talk about a future their formidable cruise on the squadron VF-14 at NAS Cecil Field. The four are part of the 150

Rhine River Patrol at Schiersteln, squadron all hands party. Champlain.The "boot ensigns" here receiving naval aviation familiarization. Left

Germany; Owen L. Riggs, RM1, to right are: Ensign John Link; Ensign Thomas Conboy; Lt.
squadron wishes to extend Adams Richard Zook and Ensign Fred Gates.
to USS Staten Island (AGB5)at ) Faron Six ; Ensign
: to Howard
congratulations Ensign
Boston, Mass.; Don Burt, RM3, ,
Ensign Robert F. Bozarth was Larew who married the former green coat style Jacket with the
to Port Lyautey, French Moroc-
awarded his silver bars on the Miss Janet Reeve of West Orange, Weekend Tide Table squadron Insignia "The Busy I

.- occasion of his promotion to the N. J., on July 10. HIGH LOW cavers" on the left breast.

rank of Lt. (jg), In a brief cere- Reporting aboard were StuartT. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.. Proud papas last Saturday were
"
mony at Fasron Six on July 22. Chreasy, ATAN, from Pensa- Fri. 8:05: 8:28: 1:53: 1:56: Donald Glldewell, father of a seven

Bozarth is now Education officer. cola, 'Fla.; Ralph Marone, AEAN, Sat. 8:52: 9:11: 2:34: 2:41: pound baby boy,'named David -

i: Four more NROTC Ensigns from NATTC, Jax; Taylor D. Sun. 9:35: 9:50: '3:15: 3:25: Craig. Thomas lie r r man

have reported to Fasron Six fora Beaver, AOAN, from NAS Quon- boasts a seven pound baby girl,
,
tour of indoctrination. Theyare set Point, R. I., and Oran K Ear- named Tina Lynn.
Festivities are scheduled to beginat
: Allen W. Markham, Theo nest, ADAN, from NATTC Mem- 1130. 4

C: dore C. Steele, Thomas A. Par- VF34M.

nell, and John Q. Stillman. These phis.The "4 and 20 Blackbirds" from F. (Gabby) Fay, ADC, VF-

;: ,. NROTC students are recent grad which the squadron derives its FASRON 109 I 3's leading chief received his

::' .t uates of the University of North nick-name has temporarily uppedto Fasron 109 welcomed two chiefs orders to shore duty at Fensa-

:: Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. Theyare "5 and 20" with the recent ad- aboard last week, William H. cola, Fla. Chief Fay, a veteran of

to remain here until a quotais dition of a new pilot, Ensign Edward Foulk, ADC, and Carrol E. Harmon 27'% years in the Navy.

w. available for their flight train- Sanford. Edward reportedto ADC. Both chiefs are here The stork has been kept on

ing at Pensacola, Fla VA-45: from the Training Com- from VU-10, Guantanamo Bay, duty by VF-34 recently with new

From Naval Beach Group Two mand at Pensacola. Incidentally, Cuba Leaving were Robert L. additions! A girl, Lillian Lee to

at the Amphibious Base at Little the original squadron contained Kunde, ADI, to Patuxant River, Ensign and Mrs. R. B. Smalley;

....., ,-., .... Creek, Va., Fasron gained Rich- 24 pilots when,I., commissioned Md., and Archie R. Jackson, AN, a boy, James F., Ill, to Lt. and

COMDR. IIENRY LLOYD ard Gorken, DK3. Dick will be hence the "4 and 20 Blackbirds" being discharged. Mrs. J. F. Irvine, Jr., and a boy,

Fleet Air Wing 11 Oper- sent TAD to the Disbursing office The squadron recreation coun- As a token for their winning Michael W. to Lt. and Mrs.

tlons Officer returns from 15- at Mainslde. From NAS Corpus cil has scheduled a beer party for ways In the intramural leaguethe Fridge Lovern

000-mile swing through Eu- Christi, Texas, comes JohnM. all hands of VA-45 to be held squadron presented each'member Reporting to the squadron Were

rope. Solomlto, ADC. lie will be a this Friday at the Anchorage of the softball team a dark
Clayton Dixon, PRC; Duncan A.
pilot for Fasron Operations DI-
Jax Squadrons vision. Mackenzie, AM3, and Joseph E.

Pneiltera, AN.
Stanley F. Karas, PN3, formerly -
To Continue Med Lt. John D. Herlihy was ordered -
TAD with Fasron has been I
to separation. Lt. Herlihywas
returned to complete his Naval
with VF-34 for three years
Atlantic Cruises Service at NAS Jax. His parent
and will return to his home in
unit was VA-104. Edwin M. Car-
"Jacksonville will Chillocothe, Ohio. Promoted from
squadrons
ter, YNC, has been assigned to
continue to deploy to strategic AA to AN was R. E. Kness.
Fasron Six from Fasron 51 at
Atlantic and Mediterranean .
North
NAAS Sanford, Fla. Joseph E.
<< air bases as past of their Beck RMSN who
served pre- VA-45 Blackbirds
normal training cycle," stated
viously aboard the NSS SalpanCVL4S

Comdr. Henry F. Lloyd, Opera ( ), has come to Communi- 'f Ptw
tions officer of Fleet Air Wing cations. Once Again Sport

Eleven, who just returned to NAS

from a 15,000 mile inspection hip Ronald C. Nelms, ADAN, has .. Pet Green DerbiesAttack
won the approval of his division "
to European air stations. .
officer this week as Fasron Six Squadron 45's: Black-
During their 10-day hop-and- ;
"White Hat of the Week." r
birds have established themselvesas
kip visit to Europe, Comdr. Lloyd
and his associates held conferences Ron is a native of Atlanta, Ga. I 1 the most colorful helmet-

on all phases of operationaland He graduated from Fulton High ': wise fleet pilots In the Jack-

with School and attended one and one sonville area.
support logistics com
manding officers of each of the half years of college at the Atlanta The Fleet Air Jax bomber pilots

even major naval air bases vis- branch of the University of s won this recognition with their

Georgia, prior to enlisting in the flashy Irish green crash helmets.

ited.The P2V-2 Neptune patrol Comdr. William F. Krantz, VA-

I Malta. _. 45 skipper, originated the idea
bomber> touched down briefly atArgentia CIIIEF INSPECTS veteran -
Newfoundland; Kefla- Lcdr. Frank J. Pawela, FAW-11 Lane Leaves of 34 years service George to revive an old squadron custom.

vik, Iceland; London, England; Maintenance officer, accompaniedthe "Shady" Lane, ADC, VC-62 Not too many years ago each
inspection leading chief, was tendered VA-45 pilot wore a cloth helmet
group.
Naples, Italy; Malta; Port Lyau- honors as inspecting officer last
tey, Morocco and Lajes in the THE FIFTH OFFICER on the VC-62 For Friday as he left the squadronfor adorned with a green derby to

Azores trip was Lcdr. Forrest C. Tanner, duty at Pensacola. Chief emulate his outfit's Insignia a

COMDR. LLOYD piloted the Supply Planning officer of Com- Pensy DutyVC62 Lane is shown conducting dungaree cocky blackbird puffing on a cigar -

Atlantic girdling plane, whichleft AirLant.. inspection personnel.of squadron'senlisted wearing boxing gloves on

NAS on July 13 and logged WHILE FLYING over the personnel last Friday his wing tips and sporting a green

73 airborne hours during the next Mediterranean from Malta to Port. bade farewell to their leading dungaree Inspection, with Chief derby.It.

two weeks. Lcdr. William 'c. Lyautey late one afternoon, the chief, George "Shady" Lane, ADC, Lane conducting the inspection. was the policy at that time

Campbell, ASW and Mining officer inspection party sighted threeU. who reports to NAS Pensacola His inspection party Included to have each incoming pilot
% for further assignment. Lcdr. Barney Garbow, executive wear the cloth helmet on his
S. aircraft carriers steaming
of FAW-11, was co-pilot.
officer and C. E. Owen, AOC, first familiarization hop and also -
Capt. Thomas H. Moorer, was along down below. A closer look A veteran of 34 years service,
formerly of Fasron Six and Lane's his last before
,
on flight
Plans officer on the staff of Com- revealed that the flight decks Chief Lane intimated that he
replacement as leading chief. checking out of the squadron.
dotted with aircraft from would ship over for another six
AirLant in Norfolk, Va., another were
Chief Lane
during his Ion t Three
a Navy regu-
years ago
member of the Inspection team, Jax-based squadrons. The car- when his present reenlistment Is
has
career served aboard lation each
many was passed requiring
conferred: at length with Vice riers were the Randolph. Midway, up In two years. ships and has
visited
many ports, aviator to wear a crash jielmet
Adm. Thomas S. Combs, Commander and Coral Sea on their annual Following quarters, enlisted both in the states
and and and the
overseas so the cloth helmet,
"Med-cruise." personnel of the squadron stood
of the Sixth Fleet in
,Father of five daughters, one custom were put away to rest.

of whom is married, Lane when Navy tradition has triumphed,

Lives asked why he shipped over in viewof however, and once again each
Shorten
Long Chances his 34 years service, replied: Blackbird pilot wears his own

"I've got to get four daughters Green Derby a newly-painted,

married off before I run retire" ,bright green crash helmet.



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Reserve Units


Arrive ForTraining


StintTwo R y Z, M\1 SALTY HUMOR FROM

HERE AND THEREA

NAS Anacostia reserve ,squadrons D. c., Patrol from' stranded English actor dining

Squadron 662 and Fleet Aircraft !! k4 at a low-class eatery in New York

Service Squadron 665: arrived at was mortified to recognize the
the Jacksonville Naval Air Station waiter as a friend who had

last Sunday to undergo two played with him in London.

weeks of active duty training.On "G'adsl"! he aaid. "You're a.

hand to greet the reservesas waiter in this vile place" ,

they landed their 10 PV-2 "Yes," said the other with d'g-! '

Harpoon" patrol planes and two nlty,' "but I don't eat here t"" '
SND's. were members of Pa- S 1 0

trol Squadron 5 Fleet Aircraft Our very first Ides, I'll never

Squadron 109, and a group of forget. You didn't remove... your.
.
Navy Waves serving iced orange cigarette..
drink. VP-5 and Fasron 109 will t

act as host to the reserves while If a woman's intuition is so darn

they are at Jax. good, how come they ask so many

This is the third training cruise questions?

for the Washington, D. C., squadrons 1 .

since they were organizedthree SITTING PRETTY-Charles Daniels, ATS, of VP-34, enjoys a ride on the shoulder of classmates A man wandered into a tennis
years ago. Their first for scoring highest mark among Fleet Air Wing Eleven radio school graduates. Providing tournament, and arrived in the
Junket took them to Norfolk, Va. the honors are (left to right) Anthony Laroskle, AN, VP-5; Milton Iloff, ATAN, VP-5; Ralph Self, I middle of a match. As he sat
-the second to Quonset Point, AN; VW-4; Donald Baker SN, VW-4; Daniel II use r, ATAN, VP-5; William Clendenninr, ATAN, down on the bench he asked,
VP-5 Darrell Miller ATAN VP-5 Edward Minor ATAN VP-34 Robert Brooks ATAN VP-34 I
R. I.ANP. ; ; ; ; "Whose gameT"I
Milo Miller, ATAN, VP-34, and Dan McCartin, AN, VP-34. I I
I I A shy young thing in front of

New Class In August him turned around hopefully. ,
( ) Instructor FAJ Weather Unit I and blushed, "I am."

Named Center's Twelve Finish Wing Radio Course; Issues 1,000th I "Your grandfather's* S a little l l

PO-Of.The-Weak Instrument CardThe deaf, isn't he?" bne man asked.
School Lists 131 Qualified GradsTwelve 1,000th instrument card another.

(This ,la tM Uat of a Petty- "
"A little deaf? the other
Fleet Air Eleven mans
Wing has been awarded Fleet Air
by
most of ,
qualified graduates,
Officer-of'thc-Week series at the al d. "Yesterday he conducted
Naval Air Technical Training radio school students were pre whoa have served as radiomanin Jacksonville's Fleet All Weather
family prayers kneeling on the
Center). sented with diplomas at graduation FAW-11 aircraft. Training Unit at Key West Recipient cat."

A 1950 graduate of Yale University exercises last Friday. Instructor Jerome M. Furan, of the card was Comdr I

with a bachelor of science Top student in the class was RMC, was assisted in his teach Elbert Ii English, executive officer CavaliersOf
degree, Richard Ris, TD1, of Air. ing Job by two former students: Flying
Charles E. Daniels, ATS, of Patron of FAWTULANT.The .
man Preparatory School, has beenan Fred A. Sender, ATS, from VP-
instructor at the TrainingCenter I I 34 in Trinidad. Daniels com- (5In- Coco Solo, Panama, and commander qualified for VF-22 Set

since July, 1951. piled a 376 grade average as Cornell D. Voyles, NAN; from the special instrument card by'

At present he is an instructorin compared with the class averageof VP-5. exercising skill,.judgment, and instrument RecordThe

Training Devices 319. Comdi. Frank Heyer, Lt. Harry D. Roberts, Wing) flying proficiency in Gunnery
communications officer, and Capt.
Rate Shop, Chief Staff officer of FAW-11, foul weather he experienced and Flying Cavaliers of Jack
Theodore O. Dahl, Wing Commander
at ANP School ; presented the diplomas. attained hours of sonville's Fighter Squadron 22 t
( ) are in charge of the radio 2,000 flight
and his work Includes High man Daniels has attendeda school program. time in rigid wing aircraft. have established a record mark
for other Atlantic Fleet Air
host of service schools since
t-e aching joining the Navy in 1951. To The "bell will ring" for the The Special Instrument Card. Force squadrons to "shoot for"
is the most difficult of two Instruments -
of the automatic mention a few: AN (P) at Jax start of the eighth 12-weeks: ra card awards to attain, Flying F2H-2 Banshee Jets,

later, NAS; ATAL (A) at Memphis, dioman's class on Aug 9. it was said. VF-22 set a new Atlantic Fleet I
magnetic tape Tenn; FAETU at Norfolk, Va.; gunnery record with a 2727 per :
The other instrument award requires -
FAETU at Jax NAS, and the Employees' Lodge :MeetsThe cent average at 25,000 feet dur-
record, optical Ya a high degree of skill in
Westinghouse Radar Gear "C" ing fleet gunnery exercises at
regular meeting of the the technique of planning and
PPI radar training

Ris School in Baltimore, Md. NAS Leward Point Field, Guantanamo -
sectionalized guns, flash projector 'In between schooling, Daniels American Federation of Govern flying an aircraft through rough Bay, Cuba.
weather conditions and
and cabinet projector. spent time aboard the carriers ment Employees, Lodge No. 696 makinga Close on the heels of VF-22
safe landing at an airport
by
Ris Joined the Navy in October, USS Midway and USS Layte. will be held Tuesday, Aug 10, at the use of flight instruments was another Fleet Air Jax !squad
! 1950, and attended Airman Pre- '
The only one of Its kind on 2000 in the YWCA, 325 E. Duval alone. 'I ron, Fighter Squadron 101 from
paratory School and TraDev the Atlantic coast, PAW11'ftradio Street. NAS Cecil Field. Maintenance,
School at Memphis. I availability and actual operational -
a< I records were shattered by both

Fif Li Banshee flying squadrons.
600,000 VeteransLose' Swab-Down EXCEPTIONALLY outstanding

performances were turned In by
In Dropping Order Means : 'P'iY Lt jg) Sam T. Martin, Jr., and
x$ Lt. William M. Russell. "Shoot-

Gl InsuranceDuring Waves TooDo ing Sam" scored with 121 of his
150 shells to set a new individual
ij
the year ending April Waves work In the Navy J Atlantic Fleet l gunnery record:

:30, nearly 600,000 veterans have Yes sir! If you don't believe it, with an 806 percent average. Lt.

their National here's proof. t Russell, claiming a faulty sight,
dropped Service !
When James Whitley, BMC, refused his first score of 87 hits.
Life Insurance policies. The ex- leading chief at the NAS BoatHouse On his next attempt he turned

servicemen, in letting the policies shouts, as only a chief in a banner filled with 114 hits ....

lapse or expire, have "lost" bos'n can, "Turn to and swab for a 76 percent: average.
S F ..
$5.1 billion worth of this valu- down," it means all hands 'ROUND TIlE clock operationsby

able World War II-type Insur- Waves included. VF-22 averaged 60 sorties a

ance. Two yeoman strikers, Peggy day. This blistering pace by the

Veterans Administration's Piersky, SA, and Connie Yermol, i ground crewmen enabled "Cava.lien"
figures SN, assigned to the Boat House pilots to compile nearly !,-
show that
approximately office, swing into action along 400 hours in the air during the
50,000 policies are being dropped
with the rest of the white hats approximate thirty day period.
each month. In most cases, veter-
when the swabbing call comes. The VF-22 ordnance crew belted,
ans will be unable to get them
Off come the shoes, socks. Bottoms painted and loaded nearly 122,000
back. Almost all of the insurancewas
of dungarees are rolled up, E4 rounds of ammunition, 30,000
of the five-year term policy
deck hosed down and swabs ap more than any other squadronhas
type. At the same time, permanent plied. Then comes the wielding of ever totalled.

policies were on the increase. the squeegees, handled dexterously When the Cavaliers returned

Unlike post-Korea insurance, by the two Waves, who have home new "E" Insignias adornedthe
the World War II policies can be been well trained in their use. fuselages of several of the

borrowed against for up to 94 Piersky: has been on duty at VF-22 Banshees. Of the 20 pilots
percent of the amount of money the Boat House for the past 10 who participated in the gunnery

paid in, and it has a cash surrender months, while Yermal has experienced exercises, 19 pilots returned with
value. It also pays hefty six weeks of duty thereto the coveted "E" award at the
dividends. date. 25,000 foot level. 'Fourteen of

Death claims filed by NSLI What do the Waves th'nk of these pilots repeated with "E',"
beneficiaries during the. 12-month this swab-down business? "We're WAVES TURN TO Chief Bos'n James Whitely, leading for accuracy at 15,000: feet
I chief at the Boat House, shows the method in maneuvering
period in the to do our bit," thy proper Lcdr. Millard
amounted to only $200 Navy J. Wooley k VF-
the squeegee after a swab down, to Connie Yermal), SN and Peggy
million for 18,900 policies. chime In. Plfr ky SA. The two Wares are assigned to the Boat lIou e. 22's skipper.J I



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__ AFPS SPORTS ComFair Softball Banner

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(By Snared By Busy BeaversThat


S "pitchin' man", Don Glidewell, carved out a two-

run homer in the fifth inning and spaced three enemy bin.
A'a ales to lead Fasron 109 to a successful defense of the Com

Fair Jax softball championship with a 5-3 decision over

on : Fasron 61 last Saturday

Mel The Beavers, recent NAS and I Vic Cieplinskl.
City League champions, will-rep
Mel The lone run was pushed acrossin
foeS, resent this area in AirLant com- the sixth inning, the result of
son petition at Quonset Point, R. I., a walk to Gerry Smith and Glenn
Jim next week.Coach Switzer's two-base blow.

i 16 Ed Connell U hoping for I t .
a repeat of 1952 when the Fas
ronites laid claim to the Atlantic NATTCenterWaves .

Fleet diadem. A strong USS Gil-

!\ bert Islands club tipped the locals Spank
in the final game of last

year's AirLant tourney Foe 26-5
and Fasron 109 jumped to an ear ,

._._..__... .. ly lead In the, tourney finale all Zealous base running and potent .
that receives congratulations f.lldewfll singled Connell home, sticking was the xnotiff an
a home plate after driving The Beavers jumped to a 3-0 advantage the NATTCenter Waves chastised .
field in the final of
: game In the fourth &IJ Gerry their NAS counterparts 26-5, in
last
Enterprise Field Satur
hand as coach Ed Connell, Thomas and Earl Shaler each a Girls' City Softball League tilt
feat by. Fasron 109 won the knocked in a tally.A last week at Glen Myra

a 5-3 decision over San single and pair of errorsbrought Home runs by Wilma Ellen-
Fasron 51 catcher, looks
on.
ball in the tieing runs for the berger and Barbara Tucker and
Sanfordites. It was here that four safeties by Patsy Blown were
Glidewell poled the clincher.In the noise-makers for the vest

earlier settoa, the Beavers side gals.

cago swept past VF-101, 9-0; VX-1, Carol Shelby hurls
11.2,'"' and Fasron Six, 52. A pair of double plays cut down

,,ti After an opening round loss to scoring chances for NAS as Carol
VC-62, 30-1: Fasron 51 went on Shelby, in her first start of the

be to stop VA-105, 31-7; VX-1, 24.5; season toiled effectively for the

VF-101, 21.6, and Fasron Six, verdict.
10. After finishing second in the
first half of the City loop, the
The superbly played l final '
NATTCenter Waves are undefeated
game topped the li-garae tourney .
in the after half with only
in which good sportsmanship -
I Tourney two games remaining.
and fine pitching stood out.
I Guests of Braves
has One of the tightest games of '
.At Brentwood last night, tho
the week-long event was the 1-0
Centerltes clashed with Springfield
Wednesday squeaker enjoyed by Fasron 51
Seven-Up is the final foe
\
over Fasron Six. Bob Allen If,
Monday at Murray Hill.
sued four hits while his' mates
play the Pirates in a
ball The NATTCenter team was the
were gathering three off loserQua
guest of the Jacksonville Baseball
potatoes"A' the newly organized NAS I Club when the Braves met _

I which launches I the Montgomery Rebels last Friday

Aujf 11, at toothy NAS. i ,
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Each team will consist of six
ville and two alternates. The Jax Navy Enters

will be of nine holes du
\ (ly Arm.d Fan Pru Service) -
in three best ball four- QUESTIONS City Swim Meet

the 1, What famous football sta
Outstanding Jax Navy swim
An entry fee of $1-00 will be diunWQ.I named after the school's
: mers will enter the Men's City
for the purchase of tro- first grid captain?
Swimming Championships, Aug.
and a banquet at the com-
i 2. Amos Alonzo Stagg was a 11.12, at the Springfield pool
: \ of the season. member of what Ail-American Coach Loring "Snag" Holmes,

rifle The, tab should b* paid when football team? newly named mentor of the Jax

; & for play with Professional ANSWERS Navy squad, is still lining up his
Fla. ( Harvey at the Golf Shack 1. MlchJe Stadium, at Went tankmen.

; dusk tomorrow night. Point, WM named after D. M. Several have already been named
Personnel of all commands with Mlchle (pronounced MY-kee), who to the squad, the initial effort
the confines of the station are captained the Army team of 1890. for Jax Navy natators during the

to participate.. :. Mr. Stagg was a star end outdoor season. Holmes expect
I at Yale and was selected a* a to take a well-balanced team to .

an Loop wingman on Walter Camp's first the title meet.
by All-American eleven In 1889. Team member include: Don

Crown Watson Hospital and Jim Stewart
P. NATTCenter, middle distance
and relays; Walter Jardine, VF-
By Marines 44, breaststroke and butterfly;

a Matt McCann, NATTCenter
in c ,
Going on a batting binge
sprints; Pete St. Pierre, breaststroke .
7th inning, the NATTCen
; Johnny Chumney, NATT
Marines wiped out a Hospi
t lead to defeat the Corpsmen 1a x3 Center, and McCann, diving, and
& Miles Hogan, NATTCenter, batk-
', and gain the city Commer-
i stroke and medley
softball championship.
League .
,A one-on homer by Jimmy Var-
\ and a double by Bob Mer Service Nines Enter
were the big marks in the
Daval Softball
Ft. seventh frame. PlayThe
TIlE TWO service clubs were eighth annual Duval County
par at 1-1 going into the third (3. Open Softball Tournament will
& :
final play-off contest. The r commence Wednesday, Aug. 11,
had copped the first [) at Lackawanna Park.

m title with Hospital snaring Sponsored by the City Recreation .
fa second half banner. Department, play will be
Ft Fasron 109 continued unmolest- staged on a single elimination
in area competition as Don CHAMPIONS Raymond basis. Deadline for entry is Tuesday .
hurled his second con- Reedy, last week's honor stu Aug. 10.Tournament.
no-hitter in whitewash- dent at AE-B School at NAT. entry blanks maybe

Cecil- Field, 50. TCenter championship compares trophy his with chess that obtained at the CRD offices,

ONLY ONE run, and that un- of Lt. Francis Carnicom, NAT 311 W Duval St
.. was scored off the Beav I TCenter Special Services Officer. i Among the ten teams enteredto
do? during second half City I Lt. Carnicom won the acey date four are service clubs;
title. Both tournamentswere
play. The Fasronltes won ducey O Sc R, NATTCenter Marines
held last week at the
p< ends of the league season Center. Naval Reserve and NATTCenter.r .

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Tournament At Memphis ii iiA t,


highly optimistic outlook is permeating the Mason ,

Field atmosphere these days, and not without sound reason. ;

With Sixth Naval District time coming up Monday, the Jax ?

Navy Fliers are in the midst of one of the greatest come j

back finishes ever.

kSjp1MJjjIjcT With H vlctbiies in the last ...I
runs across, posted the win. -
16 games, the Fliers hope to carrya Ulinnet Win I'

six game winning streak Into He was removed in the fifth ..
tourney play at Memphis, Tenn.A .
for a pinchhltter when the Fliers

two-game setto with Hunter were staging a mass five-run

:: AFD at the local orchard Tuesdayand rally. Sheets saved the win the

Wednesday! was the lone ob- rest of the way.

: stacle in the path of the Filers' The Fliers tallied twice in the

;i i victory streak Results of this first, five times in the next frame,
series were not available at press

time. .
FLIERS' FARINGS
i Hopes are high from coach
I Frank down to PI.r-P" C AI A H TB 551 I Pct
__ _____ a McCaffrey on euushltn III flU 211 3114 91 U ,254rinpbell
manager Hezekiah Walker "The lIb JtI n JI 11 sa 11 ,271
IN 6ND TOURNAMENT-The cream of Softball players from ,aria, n-of .4 111 II U la II ..ter1.uiw
the several components at NAS Jacksonville is representing Jax boys are really up now and are t. p 14 110 I 5 5 t ..2111lite.

6ND Softball Play Navy in the Sixth Naval District Softball Tournament underway exhibiting enthusiasm every mo- .! Itll, II 12 U Ifill 4' 81 11 41 IS 14 U at 4 ...255BNrkr .244r'Mw

On At Pensacola/ this week at Pensacola. Team members are, front row (left to ment while on the field," commented el 29 fI II 11 21 4 .281
right), Rube Fosbenner, AE-A School; Johnny Davis, NAS; head IIhf1'lI. p 21 at I II IS 1 .214
Local entries fared well in ('oathfatt] Kurilich, NATTCenter; Ralph Chambers MAD, and McCaffiey. BlrilIOC'. 1d, p U I al It T 4 I'It I 5 1 ..20'.212aryeot
the opening rounds of the Harold Watkins NARTU. Center row: assistant coach Cloble Can In No-Hit Bid fionala 15 115 28 If 2t It .200
Naval District Softball terbury, NARTU; Gene Davis, NAS; Rill Richards, NATTCenter; After two weeks of frustration, r..t.IIo..I. 'b 10 4f Ie 4 .s I ..251she.
Sixth Tom Dudley, NAS; Wayne Steele, ]MAD; Dick Engstrom, MAD, ". lit 4 JI 4 I II 2 ..125J.Pkenk
and lax the weather finally let up last p If 111 I 1 I I ..125INT
Tourney. Hospital and assistant coach Bill "Tex" Goodson NATTCenter. Bark row: !?\. 405 131 ue 24111 ..140Pitdw
Navy each posted wins in the Rennie Davis NATTCenter; Charles Reichenbath, NARTU; Gene weekend to allow Jax Navy fine li"H

double-elimination event. Horton, NARTU; Jerry Thomas, NAS, and Mike Murphy MAD. playing weather. The locals had ISII II1 1 W 5 L .Pt.OuMtt .121Bleuloock .
been rained out on two previous \ III If 4C It 111 ..591a1Mt4
Hospital, with Smoky Bur- If fI' II fa I 5 ,425Jaeluelo !I
Cess on the mound, blanked I weekends. H "In" I II ..r.I'1wrl
Key West Pistol Team !; lit U lot I 10 .33S
NAAS Glynco, (./. lax Navy The Fliers, evidentally keepingthe !AN'T4u. ? iuela<< Pith true.

edged Green Cove Springs, 21. fires boiling through the long

The Sixth Naval District I layoff. swept four games, two pushed home three in the third

Softball Tournament is cur- Snares District Title each at Robins AFB and Don and sixth, a singleton in the

rently underway at Pensacola aldson AFB. seventh and three in the eighth, .

and will continue through Sunday Lefty Frank Jankunis ((5.5)) In addition to the five-run fifth.
Led by eagle-eyed Fred Scroggs, Key West Navy's pistol
Aug. 8. came close to scaling the pitching Gunnet went the distance in the '
team held a successful defense of its Sixth Naval District
Team entries include Jax heights, tossing a one-hitter at nightcap, hulling beautiful thiee
crown during firing at the Jacksonville Police Pistol Range
Navy, Memphis i Pensacola, last week Robins. It was the second lone I hit ball for a 6.1 win. Jim Cough

Green Cove Springs, Chailee- I .. .- -... j i bingle job turned in by Jax Navy's tin and Stan Tentnowskl, each
ton, Parris Island, Jax Navy Jax Navy finished second, two Junior College. mound department this season. with two hits, were the hitting 1//

Hospital and Memphis Hospi : notches higher than last year's I I Top District team were pre I' Sheets Need AidA otars.
I double by Will Trahom in .
tal.A entrant. Third spot was garnered sented appropriate trophies :Monday I
the sixth inning spoiled Jankunis '
17-man under Coach
quad by Pensacola's shooters. morning by Capt. John S. I Loring Holmes
Matt Kuiilich represents Jax no-hit bid. The Fliers cushioned ..
Bob Stringer, aviation storekeeper Thach, NAS commanding officer.
is an early 3-0 lead for the slim
Navy. Defending champion
Navy Memphis. from Jax Navy, missed in I J lefty and went on to post a 5-2: Paces Airlanf

an attempt to cop the individual ENTRY LISTS OPENIN win. Both enemy runs scored as

'-I l i title for the third straight time. a result of miscues afield. Fleet Tank MeetLone
To Plan Keg League NATTC EVENTSA Petey Sheets ((5.3)), although
from recent inactivity,
Rusty pocket billiard tournamentwill needing last inning help from representative from this

For Givilan Women ; Stringer finished seventh with be held at NATTCenterthis Merle Cunnet, whipped Robins in area, Loiing "Snag" Holmes, of

Plans for the 1954-55: seasonof +I team captain Bon Preston one month with play opening the cloning tilt, 5-3. Down 2.1 en. j' FAU ComFalr Jax, helped the

the NAS Women's Bowling step in arrears. Aug 24 in the billiard room of tering the ninth, the Fliers amasH- I AhLant tank team cop third

Regionals Held the Enlisted Men's Club. ed four tallies, Hided by Andy place] in the Atlantic Fleet Swimming -
League will be discussed in an i
Entries must be in Fit- Meet at Not folk's
by Campbell's two-jun triple.In j Fleit
organizational meeting :Monday, Completing the local squad was
Aug. 9, at the YWCA.All i John Peterson, Bill Christian, day, Aug. 20. the opener of a twinbillat Park last week.
The entry list for the NATT Donaldson, player on The Alrlant squad', which I
civilian women aboard the William Boerner, Joe lIayman; every
Center checker tourney will betaken Holmes' co-captained, piled 77
both
sides got into the scoring up
station are invited to attend and Ralph Allen, Monte Thompson,
Castcnedo and Pete Bes by the Physical Training act. At the end of play, Jax Navy points for show position. Des-
register for play at the meeting. Charles
Additional information can be sette. Department at the Center next found itself on the top end of a Lant, with 93 point, and FMF-
Monday and will close) Friday. 22-15: contest Lant, with 79, won the top :spots' '
had by phoning either Jo Duffek, ,
District
I While the Champion.
Play begins August 17. The 37 runs scored by both "Snag" earned a third plate
*xt. 718, or Nellie Nootny, ext. ships were being held, the South-
274. I It clubs topped the reason pievioug finish in the 400-meter freestyle 1

cistern Regional Championshipsof I high of 33. Jankunis, relieving and took J fifth spot in the :1500-l
j the National Pistol Associationwere Jax AthleticsIn starter Earl Blackstoik in the meter freestyle event.
--"--"--=- also being run off. Dual Coa'li
I third with no one out and sevenTOPNOTCH
t 'P..7.QTf; 11 Scores of the service marksmen Crucial l I After Atlantic Fleet competition -

SH" were toted in the Regionals for "Snag"' swam for Norfolk

.. the right to enter the National II NAS in the Fred A. Hamid At.

\;. ... D I Shoot at Camp Perry, Ohio, in Tilt MondayT lantic City Steel Pier Swim. He ,

) CH Irs August. placed seventh among a field of

l & tl/''''''''.'''. .... :.c Present Trophies first place Jacksonville 26 entered in the ocean marathan.
.... -..-..-. -. and w
"'4."' ----a. Three of Jax Navy's top marksmen Braves second-spot Savannah .

With cooler weather comes tourney have seen their last competition Athletics clash in a crucial one The affable Holmes, an airman,

time at local golf courses. in local colors. After three game stand at the Myrtle Ave. is attached to the ComFaJr Jux

Rule No, 15 of the current golf I of service with Jax Navy park Monday, Aug. 9. Supply Office
years
etiquette series cites an important :pistol teams, Preston has received I Perhaps the hottest Sally During his off dtlty hour, ,
rule of tournament competition.
orders to NAS Whidby Island, League club at the moment, Clyde Holmes coaches Jax Navy swimmers

RULE FIFTEEN .Wash., for duty. I II j Kluttz's A's will fire their big and also the Lee High
I I School girls tank team.
both artillery at the local nine. Game
In tournament play, every hole Stringer and Bessette are time is 2000. Holmes added to his swimming
mutt b I.e., ball awaiting separation from the ser-
must be stroked Into cup. Thereare vice. The former will remain in The Braves remain at home"for 21st annual Sunday by copping the
this attending JacksonvilleSlate three-game series with Macon'sPeaches ocean marathon con-
area,
no "glmmle : starting Tuesday. The ducted by the American Red
-

I North-South- AAU Mitt Card I on troublesome the scene Augusta for a three-game Rams move set Cross Corps."Snag. Volunteer Life Saving I

"
who swam the three-
Boxers from the Naval Air sta- Friday through Sunday.
sluggers on the trip-Koy Jeffrrton TAN K MAN- and-a-half miles distance from
tion, NATTCenter, Green Cove heavyweight, and "IJulP Servicemen are admitted to all Coming up for air after com Jacksonville Beach to Atlantic I
Springs and Cecil Field will make Braves home contests for fifty peting in the Atlantic Fleet
GilchrUt, lightheavy.From Beach in ont hour, 34 minute' ,
up a ten-man North Florida team Perkins has cents. No uniform is required but Swimming Tournament Nor
NATTCenter, 20 seconds, entered the meet
to team from an ID card must be shown.A folk last week is Loring
a
compete against
selected Hy Strange of AO School: "Snag" Holmes, storekeeper shortly before the race began.
South Florida at Miami, Satur- lightweight, and Clarence Russell, airman from ComFalr Jax Although not a record, th e

day, Aug. 14. 165-pound( Marine from AE-A kid reporter, trying to get Staff. Representing AlrLartt, Daytona Beach native's time WM
*
Southern boxers will hail from School. the secret of Babe Ruth's successat "Snag" picked up a third and excellent, .considering the fact
fifth place finish In the Fleet
the University of Miami, Key West Green Cove has Don Horn, the bat, asked him: "Know event. After returning from there was practically no currentto

Navy and Miami MCAS. The eventis 158 pounds, Wally Howe, 126 and anything about psychology?" Norfolk, Holmes won the an- aid the participants.

J sponsored by the AA U.* Gene Kunz, 135. From Cecil Field "Don't know much about him," anal Jacksonville Reach Ocean Forty-three members of the

Coach Bob Perkins of Jax: are Ted Moye, 170 and Carl ;hlpp said the Babe "Ain't played a Marathon Swim. A University Volunteer Life Saving Corps regi
of Fonda
grad, "Snag" is a
Navy will take two Malflftlde Jig-pounds. horse in three months." Daytona Beach native. littered I for the *v ut.




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mmmm Training Staff

(Continued from Page 1)) '
FOR" KENT mtnlstraUre structure will allow

2 bdrm, unfurn. home, 1261 Woodruff for better coordination and,where

Ph. 2-6910, Met, $75. 1 necessary, better adaption of stu

3' rm. furn. apt., Murray Hill! Ph. sw 3v; 1 dents to techniques used specifically -

8-1760, Ballentlne. I have read with by Marine aviation units.

3 bdrm.. furn. apt., $60. Orange article on "T ere Is MOST OP THE Navy instructors
will or have been
Park Ph. 8-8524, C. M. Lowe replacedwith
Behind Th
Story Marine instructors with
3 rat fum. apt., 919 Rosselle St. ,
". was clipped front one the 'exception of two Navy men
Ph. 812655, Mrs. Rhodes
recent publications. by who will remain to instinct the
3 bdrm. furn. ,house, $100. 2121 phases of Aviation. Boatswain's
'Blanding. Blvd. Ph. 88-8502, Mrs Richard, who ,is !! Mate training.
school training with
Speer It appears at present that Navy
3 nn. fuin. apt., $35. 569 Roberts Aviation Detachment, Waves will still attend the course

St Ph. 5-3342, Austin Station! at Jax, preparing themselves for
4 nn. furn. apt., 112 E. Ashley Our family has the areas of special study for
: Ph. 4-5676, Stradtman. which they are qualified.
tary. insignia for ,a u
2 bdrm. unfurn. house 5327 Bay- 3 4 A brief ceremony took place
creft St. Mrs. Boyette. years but our collection .SM during the change of
2 bdrm. duplex, 2229 College\ St. ,include decals or with Lt. Col. James C. Lindsay,
------- --
Ph. 7.4330, Florry. (flight jacket insignia) A4D Skyhawk, a midget car- commanding officer of the Marine

2 bdrms., $65. 4726 French Ave. various Naval or the A-Bomb, Is one of Aviation Detachment; Com dr.
combat planes ever built. The Ralph. M.
Bagwell Director
of
Ph. 2-0112, Mrs. Rice. I We have a few Insignia current,
5 bdim. furn. brick bungalow. Ph. but being normally outperform many op- Training; Comdr. Forrest H.
Norvell, Jr.,
Superintendent of
2-8894 Mrs. Lewis.
Army Installations all Special Training, and Maloney
2 nn upper apt., $30. 2511 Foibes.. \ I Major -
years service I have not on hand.
Ph. 7-4738, Mrs.' George. opportunity to contact .
3 furn. 2148 Rosselle\ St.
nn. apt.,
Marine Units for their
,Ph. 7-5461, Mrs. Winter. OK ContingencyContinued
insignia.
5 rm. duplex, $85. 3654 Riverside
Rd. Ph. 2.3718 Mrs Smith. After reading your ( from Page 1)) '
feel that a collection of =NOT once they have revoked an election .
3 unfurn. 3608 Riverside.Ph. .
rm. apt., '
Marine Decal and under the act
3-9083, Mrs. Evans.
would make a very Something new has been added! It was pointed out that the
S rm. fur;,. apt., 3218 Herschell
section of our present amendment, if passed, would
The Club has started holding
St. Ph. 2-4566, Mrs. Yeargain. I
collection. Would you probably affect few members
<<)kly "Pool Dances.; Each Sun ,
:
bdrm. 2580 Riverside.
2 apt. $75.
publishing our desire since of more than 10,000 members
Inquire Apt. 2. Cowart. the donation of Decals evening, from 1900 until 2300 of all the services participating

type insignia from informal dance is held at the' in the plan, only 160

FOR SALE your Station? Each Music Is furnished by the i have asked to revoke their elec
. 2 bdrm. house, 707 Chestnut. $750 present collection has :rs. tions.

dn., $45 mo. Ph. 88-9886, Cunningham nated by an individual Tho swimming pool remains -
with the Unit to which so folks can bring the kids it was decided to continue them

5 rm. house, 6024 Hiram Ave. Ph. signla pertains. This is paintersl"t'i paintersl"a: let them frolic while you them.as long as the crowds enjoy j

8-6072, Mrs. Crews. son why our .
This, of couisc, is in addition to
2 bdrm. home, 5109 Sunderland unique.We It's refreshing to take a the
regular Saturday night dances
Rd. Ph.
$7,950, 2-7897
are also Interested and then step right over which feature the music of the
3 bdrm. CBS home. GI Equity. tacting members of the a dance. 'There is a Bar Revelers band.

.5232 San Juan Ave. Jh. 87- and Marine Service pit open with a fine He- Bingo was played last Tuesdayas

1378, Lt Brown be Interested in of eats reasonably usual with a good crowd. Thatis

6 rm. home in St. Johns Park. tary insignia as we J priced., I a regular weekly feature and
Ph. '8-6648 Merritt large supply of x
So much enthusiasm was shown one which the whole family can
2 bdrm. CBS house in Murray Hill cates of Army items for the first of these dances, that enjoy.GlobeTrotting .

Ph. 2-0714, Merriweather. Richard's present .-
5 rm. house, or will trade for Pfc. Richard M. I REENLISTMENT BONUS CHART I

place outside city limits. 5362 MC 1407461, Marine ,' ,

Shen Ave. Ext. 8378, G. L. tachment, NATTC Column ((1) Column ((2)
Miller. Mail address; In\'oh'f'd' Take Multiply b.v I

2 bdrm home, 5450 Marcia Circle. Master Sergeant A. J .

Ph. 2-1308, B. W. Schoetten. ford, 1IA-6708001, ............... Monthly battle pay to whkli 'Number of years si ecltled
S bdrm. home, 1888 Vista St. KAL, APO 949, &> the member wan entitledat In re-enlistment contract .
Ph. 2-0913, Mrs. P. N. Jula. the time of discharge' or six, If none spe
cities,
2 bditn. home, $38.50 mo. 3352 We deeply ('(-() ........... Two-thirds of the monthly Number of years specifiedIn
Lenox Ave. Ph. 2-8031, Johnson thoughtful expressions basic pay to which the enlistment contract .
thy which were member was entitled at or six! If none spe
the the time of discharge.4Onethird t'i fll'd.;
ing recent loss of :
:S I bdrm. home 5281 Camille Ave. .

GI Loan. Ph. 2-1929, M. J. Jerry.Mr. I rd .............. of the monthly Number of years specifiedIn
and Dire Louis M.
,
Wooly basic pay to which the ro enlistment con
member was entitled at tract or hlx, if none spe
2 bdrm. house. Ph 8-6715, Mrs
Binder The farmer, his the time of discharge: cified.1Number:

8 bdrm. CBS home. GI Equity, concluded, was driving (and One-sixth of the montlilj of years 8 f''lfIt'd
when he heard the fire which the
$1,300 cash. Ph. 888966. ) basic pay to In re-enlistment! contract
dutifully guided his member was entitled at or six, if none specified.
3 bdrm. house, 4419 Wabash Ave. wagon over to the the time of discharge. .'
Ph. 88-7013, Mrs Boettger.
the engine whizzed by
Ranch type 3 bdrm. home. Garage, '.\11)" re-enlistment when a bonus was. not authorized Is not
up his horse and started
>d.
wall to wall carpeting, radiant I I
. electric heat, oak floors. I Then it happened! Two-thirds of the monthly basic pay In the case of a member in
parque '
ladder truck piled him : )' grade; E-l at .the time of discharge.'On .
5344 Della Robbia Way Ph. 8- the sixth anniversary of an indefinite reenlistment, and on
4040, Zane "Didn't you hear anniversary thereafter, the member Is entitled to a bonus equal
asked the cop as the one-third' of the monthly basic pay to which he Is entitled on that
date.
MISCELLANEOUS scrambling from the :
'No ,bonus may be paid to( a member In pay grade E-l or Eat
"Yes and I let 'em
Riders wanted from Springfield time of discharge.
to NAS. 07301600. M. Droze, then along came 'No bonus! may be paid to a member In pay grade E-l, E-%, or K-S
Ph. 4-4744. truck load of drunken the time of discharge.

Will baby sit day or night Ph.

Ride 2-2370 wanted, Mrs.from White.4221 Timuqua- II Jax Weekend Warriors Nearing End of Cruise I I

na Rd. 07301630. Ph. 2.1700,

Mrs. Kennedy., Jacksonville's globo trotting six P2V Neptunes and one rum' rocco. were finished the squadron split
Ride, wanted from Lake Shore to "Weekend Warriors" of Reserve transport planes visited was Ber THE SELF-SUFFICIENCY of into two groups one unit head

downtown Jax. Ex. 438, Hicks. Patrol Squadron 741, will return muda. After a day at that island the reserve unit was demonstrated ing for Istanbul, Turkey, and the
Riders wanted from Lake Shore I home Saturday from the 16,000- the Jacksonville reserves the following day when one other for Athens, Greece. Aftera
Terrace to NAS. Roberts, ext. mile air trek that carried them took off for Lajes Field in the of thi six P2V's enroute to Malta brief sight-seeing tour at each

8244.Bailor halfway around the world. Azores. They arrived there Monday from Lisbon, was forced to makean of these European capitals, the

who left his shaving kit They are scheduled to land at July 26, two days after leav- unscheduled landing at Gibral- reserve squadron regrouped at

in my car, Sat, July 31, may NAS Jacksonville at approximately ing Jax. < ter because of engine trouble. Naples, Italy.
have same by calling 8556 .or 4 1400 after taking off from French Morocco and U.. S., Navy Within two hours, the aircraft From Naples, the squadron flewas
see Hargls, Bldg. 955. London and flying here via the officials were, on hand to greet was repaired and ready to resume a unit'to London where Adm.

Itidert wanted to Tulsa, Okla., or Azores and Iceland. The squadron the "Weekend Warriors'; when flight.. John II. Cassady, commander-ln-
,
enroute. Leaving Friday mid. left Jax two weeks ago. they set their planes down at For the next two days VP-741 chief of the Northeast Atlanticand

night, Aug. 6. John Charvat, Purpose of the two-week air Port Lyautey the next day During joined with British Naval and Mediterranean, and a. group
'ext 216, or 8164. exercise was to test the feasibility their one-day visit there the air forces in conducting Joint of Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve

Driving to Indiana Aug. 17 via of training reserves overseas crewmembers had'a chance to visIt antisubmarine, mining and patrol Officers Britain's "Weekend

Atlanta. Campbell, ext 681. FIRST OF Tiff 1.1 bases the Rabat,