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VOL-13 No. 11 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 9 June 1955 "

Home,of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center


Drive For




7 41rY : CharityHits .

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The nearer the goal and the

q I nearer the deadline the tougher pL
k the "sledding" gets. c
That seems to be the status of
the Navy Jacksonville Consolidated -
Charity drive which has reported -
its smallest advancementin
one week since the drive start-
ed April 1.

LAST WEEK the campaign
stood at 994( percent of pledgesin
its march toward the goal of

"INACCESSIBLE UNTIL ; "Measuring: for tolerance of $100,000. This week the figures ... ... ,,,_,_ ._ ....
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an inaccessible part located on top of the jet engine in a PZV-7, show an increase of but five-
proved to be a problem for VP18. But, to the rescue came 0 & R tenths of one percent to 96.9. Ian Mackay (I left) of the Royal CanadianAir
employee T. R. Rosakranse (right) who revamped a measuringtool Force, is greeted by !.t. (jg) Delma Dunn of NAAS Klngs-
from his calipers to do the special job. R. C. "Stumpy" Hol- "This is the critical point of our yule, Texas, as they become classmates in Aviation Ordnance Officers I
linger (center), Lockheed Aircraft Corp. representative, pointsto drive-this is the time we ,must School at NATTCenter Jax. They talk over the ammo boxesin
per the of position VP18.Team of the part to Comdr. John Straker (left), skip. bend all our efforts to go over the nose of a Banshee jet in the hangar of the school. .

the top," campaign officials de-
Work Solves Pressing clared. "Sure we are near the top, Free Insurance May Go
and it would seem that being so
close that it's clear sailing the
-- Problem Of ''Right Tool' rest of the way. Dut as it has been

Team work., That's what stated before, the last few miles Social Security Plan
the and it is
be measured for tolerance accurately : art toughest up to
makes the Navy tick. Upon inspection it was all hands to pull together in these
This was proved here again this found that, due to the location of final weeks to make this drive a
week when the Overhaul and Re- the part, no ordinary micrometer success," the group added. Hinted For ServicesTo
pair department came to the rescue caliper could be used. "WE ARE TOO near the goal

of Patrol Squadron 18, which I Master Gage Control at 0 & R now to let this thing lick us. With bring all servicemen under the regular Social 'Security .
was beset with an immediate ; was notified. 0 & R confirmed one big final push by all com- system and to do away with the military $10,000 free
problem I the fact that no tool that woulddo mands, all departments, all units, life insurance, were two key points proposed in an overhaulof
Faced with the task of pullingan this job was to be found any- and all individual military and survivor benefits by a special House committee after
immediate safety of flight inspection where on the base. The solution civilian o _"personnel_ there" is no reason months of study.
on the jet systems of seemed to be to order the special in the world why we cannotgo
its pew P2V-7's, Patrol Squadron caliper from Lockheed Aircraft over the top in this charity This legislation under the I cording to Pentagon officials.
-18 found itself in a dilemma. Corp. in Burbank, Calif. Then drive," one spokesman asserted. chairmanship of Rep. Hardy (D- I Eliminating two of the five sur-
The Search Begins came an 0 & R worker to the With the deadline date of June Va.) would revamp a confusing vivors' benefit programs, the new
BuAcr had just directed that rescue. 24 nearing, all hands are being hodge-podge of payments into a policy would generally liberalizethe
before the jets could be used Rosakranse To The Rescue requested to seek out their fel- simpler and fairer system, ac- remaining three, Hardy ex
again, a small, inaccessible part T. R. Rosakranse of the Master low men, especially he who has ---- plained.
located on top of the jet engines Gage Control Shop at 0 & R, not yet joined the drive, and bring WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday ABOUT $125 MILLION dollar
heard Of the problem. Rosakranse, him in tow to effect a 100 percentor I Mostly cloudy and a year as compensation is now going
who was at one time a plane cap better for the "drive of the I warm. to about 600,000 survivors-
Housing For tain on a PBY with Fleet Air year." Saturday-'Partly cloudy with widows, children, and dependent
Wing Two at Kanehoe Bay, T. H., This is the only time that per- widely scattered showers. parents. Although the new pro
recalled that he had a collectionof sonnel here will be called upon Sunday Partly cloudy with gram will cost the government
Hospital personally-owned took. He of- (Please Turn to Page ft, Col. 5) afternoon thundershowers. about $43 million a year more in
fered one of his dial calipers to the beginning, it will later taper
VP-18 and it was tried. When : = "; off below the $425 million.

first tried the handle of the caliper ::' !2F7 "The bill would in no way impair -
UnderwayTwo was in the way. Rosakransecut : : the rights of all persons now
the handle from his- caliper drawing VA compensation," said
sites for housing for and it was tried again. Still it Hardy, who expressed hope that
Naval Hospital 'personnel would not fit. Rosakranse, with a Congress will enact the new leg.
and dependents, totaling: 30 true sense of cooperation, then -" islation by the end of the year
units, are now under con- ground his caliper down to the /< i; IIE SAID THE NEW bill would
struction at the Naval Air shape necessary for it to fit. The : cut out:
Station. caliper was tried once more and I
",',\ 1. The
present system of free
Being constructed at an it fit perfectly. $10,000 life insurance available
of Thanks to the help and spiritof
expenditure $390,000, to servicemen, set
r up by Congress
employee Rosakranse and theO .
finish for
the contract date :
during the Korean War
to
the housing is Dec. 4, 1956, & R, VP-18's planes are again y Xc :,.. ,, sede the National] Service Life super-Insurance -
according to Capt. Ira N. using their jets after a minimumof : > system, under which a
Curtis resident officer in delay. ;.
widow now gets $92.50 a month
of construction.A .f..
charge ,
w for 10 years. These benefits wouldbe
group of 25 units for New BC-BS Members (1
replaced by expanded pay-
enlisted men are in the ments from other
Reminded sources.
Of
process of construction off PaymentNew sY \ 2. Federal employees compensation
the main Blue Cross-Blue Shield : I :
Yorktown near i
( benefits for reservists. This
gate and at,the site of the hospitalization policy holders are : 4 has given them higher benefits
present enlisted quarters. reminded that their contracts are ,4 .. than regular members of the

Three bedrooms and carportwill effective June 15, 1955, and pay- ......... ... '......._m .."f":.'<""',''"..."..:._.....__ .mm.____ ..;{_._ ._ armed forces.Provisions .
characterize these 11 ments for same are due on June
13 and 14. MEDALS AT INSPECTION-More than 170 yean of rood of the bill would be
duplex and 3 single houses. conduct were awarded to 33 men of Detachment Able Fleet All threefold:.it would bring the military
Five three-bedroom units No contracts or ID cards will Callan -
Weather Training Unit at inspection. Lcdr.' Allie officerin
designated for married junior be delivered before the effective charge of the detachment, "pins" Tommy Gross, ADI, while under social security with
officers, are going up be- date of' June 15. However, pre- William Niehaus, AMI, (right) stands smartly at attention after the serviceman and the govern
his award. In addition, Lcdr..Calian World
receiving presented a ment each paying a social secu
members will be
firehouse' No. 3 miums for new t
yond on War II Victory Medal, America Detent Medal and a European
, Mustin Road. due and payable by that date.. Occupation Ribbon. (Please Turn t. Fare S, Col. 3))



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NEWS
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: $= New Registered Mail OFF'ic cTCG
t
I.nt
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r J1\K--\ 9 Service In Operation .

classification of "registered mail" has been In operation -
: 'Publltlh.d Mwry Thursday, tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Alt A new
>.t Station, Jackaon llle. )'1.. since Tuesday.
t NAS lae..dl1e mail service at a cost or 15 cents plus
': ftpt. John) S. Thnch ............_....._,_....... _.., ..... _..-,-,-...... .... Command! Officer The new certified instituted
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> Comdr.. John) N. M)"ei s ....................-._..,.._? ...,?_....................?... Executive OMlcerC regular postage is part of the economy measures recently ug

,f, Rear- AJm. John Perry ...... ._Fleet_... _Air..JatkitBvUle...__.. _.................................... Commands by the Post Office department.
>r Capt. Illchaid O Oiccne .......imLu-....-...?.._.......--................-........- Chief of Staff This new classification has been designed for the person

}j'; Edwin J. S. Young Fleet..Air _WUf." .. EIu.......... .. .. Commanderf who wants to know if a piece of mail has been delivered, but Here are: two
Capt.Comdr. Frank D. Ilejer ..:::::::::::::::.:::::::.?....- .?.::::::::_.....:.:::::::'::::::::':' ;li.f Staff Oliieer does not want a record or receipt. Under the old policy this should make'a reasons Why ve
Naval Air Tethakal TraUlar ('...tn would cost 30 cents date for tw d
Capt. Henry C. DfLon .................. ......__._._ .. ....................... Commanding Officer piece of mail as "no value" registered mail nights at the Officers
k!:iMwaid. W. Bishop: ............?.........._..._.*....-............................_ Kxfcuthe:: Officer for one ounce instead of the present 15 cents. Now the receipt week. Club thiJ i

Capt. Edward C. Kenney .............Naval......__H.pikl........_.......................... Commanding Oll\.re\. r signed by the person receiving the piece of mail; instead of (1)
Capt. 1... A. Newton ..__?... ... ...................__.._.......... ... ... ....... Kircuthe! OUicer being automatically sent to the sender, will be filed for six A night in Ye d' Tavern,

Capt.- Wilson R. Bartlett ....................?NAKTI1.._..._.............. .... Commanding Often! months by the Post Office 'department to be produced for the with all the flavor, color,
... Comdr Lauirnce' F. Steffenhagen ..___.......'......... .............. Executive Officer sender if he needs it, at a stnall fee. jump of the old American frcj
tier tavern. 1
The JAX AIR NEWS: U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air- Station A two-way saving is hereby accomplished: elimination of
JackaonvtUe. *'lot'Id*. and printed commercially with non ap >ropriated fundsat time-consuming handling involved in. "No value" registrationto (2) Hal McIntyre-one of the
P-33. Rev. :
with NAVEXOS
at no the government and In compliance
Nov. : 1s ,, distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the the Post Office department and the obvious saving to the nation's leading dance bands will!
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the
aboard
FAltor-Andrtw II. Tlaney Department figures show for the fiscal year 1954 that the dance Wednesday, June 15
F..dttor-Bfda Moore Staff R port r -Jack Holmes PHI; Nancy '
Ward.Aai't SN.The : "unit" revenue per registered mail transaction was 52.s'cents, from 1730 to 1930.

JAX AIR NEWS l. a member of the Armed Force Pi en* Rwvlce. while the expense was 60.2 cents, making the total loss more The first of these events I
AFPS material appearing in thlx publication may not he reprinted withoutthe is
written permlsitlon of Armed Forces Press Sen'Ire. publication of' other than $5,000,000.Wide something different for the club
matter except by service publlcatlon.II prohibited Knout pel'mission of A special
evening
Editor.) JAX AIR NEWS. with decoration
Editorial office* located Main Administration Building, Phone extension! and entertainment arranged

8346.O16 and 8164. by the, NATTC Officers Wives

Flag Day Is June 14 Club. A frontier tavern, complete

with bar girls, red-checked tablecloths

Have We Become Lax In and the work.

Plenty of Fun

Devotion To 'Old Check your shooting uons at
Glory9"Do the table by the swinging doors

because the floor show at (thIs
you have an American flag in your home?" tavern is strictly tops. You'll see

Ask that question of your neighbor, or for that such proven acts as the 'Officers
matter, ask it of yourself. You will fjnd out for the first Hula Line," the "Charleston"' anda

time hbw embarrassing it is to have to apologize with spicy skit entitled "Who Done

words which go something like this: "Gosh we don't Nelly Wrong?" There's plenty of

have one right now, but we have been meaning to get fun for everyone. Make reserva

I one ". tions early. The unirorm.;ports

Baloney, who do you think you are kidding? You shirts, please! Dinner served be

ha\ve no American flag in your home because you have ginning at 1830 featuring d'hote
quit caring for such "trifles" as flying the Stars and barbecued chicken with steak optional .
at a la carte prices.
Stripes.Be.
Li The second feature- Hal Me-
honest with yourself. Why haven't you an American .
Intyre, one of the nation's top
flag in your home? Whatever the reason, it will be : iir dance bands plays for a two-hour
a mighty flimsy one, you will be the first to admit.
cocktail dance June 15. These
PREPARE FOR CINEMA-
On the next national holiday, when flags should be Screens SCOPE First parts for the cocktail sessions have been very
displayed, walk down the streets of your community and r new cinemascope screens which successful at one hour dances. As
look for the Stars and Stripes. You will be lucky to finda will be installed at theatres an extra attraction drinks will be:

dozen, if that many. It is one of the most flagrant aboard these the Special base are Services examinedby 25 cents for one hour after the

tramplings of patriotism today. Going Up sonnel. Left to right are:per-Lt. dance on the patio.Calendar .

The flag is one of the great embodiments of our Edward Stacy, NATTCenter I of Events
Special Services officer Ken
ideals and teaches us not only how to live, but how to die. Cooperman, AD3; Tommy; Friday, June 10-1600 to 1800

Why, then, do we ignore it? Why, then, have we stoppedour At TheatresInstallation Sears, YN3 and Nolan Tabor, Happy Hour, music by Hammond
devotion to it? TD3, all projectionists. organ, select bar drinks at special *

Years ago hardly a holiday passed when towns of the new cine- the entire stage at all theatres. prices.
throughout this great land of ours were not bedecked ascope screen and camera Scheduling of wide-screen mo- Saturday, June 11-A night in

with flying Stars and Stripes. Residential areas as wellas equipment at theatres aboard vies will not be made until the Ye ol' Tavern.
business districts proudly displayed the flag. Are we the Naval Air Station and screens are ready for use. Sunday, June 12 Sandwich
forgetting what the flag stands for and why we DO fly Mayport should be completed Meanwhile operators are being luncheon 1100 to 1700; buffet din-

the flag? before July 1, Special Services checked out in use of the new ner 1830 to 2030; these buffet dinners -

The Flag of the United States of America, was officials have announced. equipment.Wide are a favorite with many for
club members. Special prices
adopted as such on June 14, 1777 and that date has since Parts of the new equipmenthave screens will be installed children's The whole fam

been observed as the birthday of the flag..-During American already arrived, Lcdr. Jay at NAS Jax theatre, Building will plates.this evening out.
history there have been many forerunners to the Maze, NAS Special Services officer 612; NATTC theatre, King ily enjoy
flag as we view it today. Standardization of the Stars and Lt. Edward Stacey, Hall; Naval Hospital; NALF Monday, June 13-Club closed.

and Stripes began on June 14, 1777 and the present flag NATTCenter Special Services Mayport; NAS Cecil Field; Tuesday, June 14-Game night
has remained unchanged in 37 years, its field of 48 stars officer have revealed. NAAS Sanford and NAF Glynco with prizes and games too num-
having been completed in 1912 with the admission of The new screen will cover Ga. erous to mention. Calling starts
New Mexico and Arizona to the union. promptly at 2030.Wednesday .

The flag has become our most precious symbol of .[)/\ I\l ship-Chaplain Griffin. June 15-Hal McIntyre -
freedom and liberty. It has down through the years ex- 1100-Service of Divine Worship playing for a two-hour
erted an impelling influence upon the lives of our men Sf: R\1I.'f S Chaplains Carpenter and cocktail session from 1730 to

and women. Many have died to preserve everything it Pieptr. 1930. Admission free. Drinks 25

stands for. 1900 The United Fellowshipof cents on the patio for one) hour

Perhaps you don't like the idea of being referred to CATHOLIC Protestants meets at Bldg. after the dance. Also all you can
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000 eat for dollar. Buffet dinner
tell what' in 804. a
as a flag waver. Pray, us tarnation is wrong
-St. Creamed
Edward's'
with flag waving. It's when we get away from such Saturday0800.Daily0630. Chapel.. Tuesday, June 14 with refils unlimited. hot
fresh
patriotic.trait! and all they stand for, that we. all had 1900 Lutheran Instruction chicken a la king with steamed rice.
and
better sausage patties
worry.If Class
Sunday-0630-Mass! at Hospital Chaplain Pieper. Happy
your conscience doesn't bother you, then to your Chapel. Wednesday, June 15 Thursday, June 16 -and ladies
self and to your family recite these 31 words "I pledge MORMON 1930 Mid-week Prayer Serv hour for the gentleman bar
allegiance to the Flag of the United States of Americaand ice-Chaplain Pieper. 1730 to 1930. Select

to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation 1930 -Reading Thursday Room.CHRISTIAN -.All Saints'Chapel Thursday, June 16 drinks at reduced prices. Live

under God indivisible with liberty and jtrstice for all" 1900 All Saints' Choir Re- music by organ.
SCIENCE
hearsal. Ladies Only
Measuring three feet by five 1900 Tuesday __ Mainei/U 15 CVG.10
------ June
Wednesday,
NAVY feet, with special metal mount Chapel Office on ramp. Wives luncheon; O & R Wives

EXCHANGE for proper slant, the flags are PROTESTANTThursday Cub Scouts Planning luncheon; NARTU Wives lunch
available at
an exceptionally reasonable -
Jane eon; VP-16 Wives luncheon.
price. Drop in and see this I I 1900 All Saints' Choir Re- Social Juno 20 Thursday, June 16 VP'2

..-- real value. hearsal-Glad to have new sing. NAS Jax Cub Scout Pack 131 Wives luncheon VC-62 Wives
Too, don't forget Father's Day tin. will luncheon;
sponsor, an ice cream and luncheon; VP-5 Wives
June 19. Th e Navy Exchange hasa Sunday, June 12 cake social NATTC
The Navy Exchange at Main- Monday, June 20 at CVCJ-3 Wives luncheon;
long long list of items to choose 0800
Episcopal Communion at 1930 on the grounds 1000.
adjacent Wives coffee
side has just received a shipment from. If you have not made up. Service-Chaplain Nickelson. to Building 804. VW-4 Wives!
of Flags of the United States of your mind On what to get for dad, ''OMQ-Sunday School....ages 4 Cold drinks Friday, June 17-
will be
America.' These flags are a 'real visit the Navy Exchange and you through Jr. High. Bid*. 804. along 'With other served luncheon. scheduled tot
refreshments. All luncheons are
burfftin. will And what you want. 0930 Service of Divine Wor- All hands
are invited to attend. 1300.



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Flight Quiz Club Outlines {,;:

(Each week in this column 11 .'.. _I_ _4 _
FAWTULANT Detachment Able ___ Summer Slate :

(NAS .Jacksonville's own instrument of the few clubs aboard to HOne :'
training school) will
pose remain operating during the ;!
pertinent questions on instru
:
went flight andprocedures). summer months will be the group

1. Military aircraft flying a of women preparing to becomethe

above 17,200 feet on a VFR flight w first local branch of Inter

plan must make position report national Toastmistress Club. '

every_ minutes or_ "
With women's responsibilities
miles whichever
is lesser. "
2. Navy pilots flying jet type tapering off after the closing of

aircraft above 17,200 feet on a the school year, the club hopes to

VFR flight plan must make position offer each member an opportunity -

reports every_ min for self-development as well a*
utes or_ miles whicheveric
for community service in the fu-
lesser. y-,. "_,Y W' ,=,"'. N_ "__.,_,;",,,,<:e-.tr;,.,,,,xtr Ts_ ,__ ,,,,,...v--<'_.I.
3. information all ture, according to Mrs. P. R. Ray,
Complete
on "THIRTY" FOR THIRTY-Thirty first class petty officers wrote,"thirty" (journalese for finish) .
radar (ILA) units (i.e. location, to their white hats in the latest Bu ers list of promotions to chief In the highly technical aircraft wife of Comdr. Ray of VP-5, tem

type, call, fix, frequencies, mini- armament control system branch and.the new field of raided missile in the Naval Air Weapons porary chairman and organizer of
mums and runways) can only be System School at NATTCenttr. Front row (left to right) are C. V. Mullins; N. S. Warner; K. J.
Sause; S. II. Cooper; R. W. Neerraard; F. E. Nelson Second row: R. D. BohnstrnrH; C. R. Fears; the new branch.
found in what publication? J. S. Candland; J. E. Gearity; C. G. Chambers; F. H. Grtntham; F. O. Kladek; R. II. Ilardllackrow .
4. A Navy pilot filing to an : Lt. G. R. Gay, assistant training officer; J. L. Frenerre; u. L. Thompson; B. A. Hoagland; J. "The club 1 is in creative
AWS, with GCA inoperative, ina W. Ileald; G. E. Paul; J. P. Pencil; R. A. Mennella E. F. Miller; J. D. Iteaude; R. I* Martynlak.\ a course
living and should come as a chal-
single piloted type A/C, regardless

of type instrument qualM FAW-ll, VP-5, FAS 109, VP-B. VC-62, VP-18 I SAFETY her lenge to every woman in face in of
increasing importance
cation held, is restricted to what
ceiling and visibility minimumsfor American public life," said Mrs.

filing? Scouting Squadrons Box Score Ray at the regular meeting last!

(Answers on Pace 8, Col. 5) Disabling Injuries Through }Friday in extending an invitationto
both civilians and military
FAW-11 Staff Tuesday, June 7
wives interested to attend
the
ity and that nas earned
Summer Classes One of the "old hands" on the savvy Thin. Month 2
next meeting on Friday, June 17,
LanlFlect
Staff, Alton M. Thompson, BM3, VP-5 a top spot on the This Year 1 at the Officers' Club.
this week swapped his uniformfor I totem pole. The crews are being Days Since Last
At Nursery For Meeting days have now been
"mufti" and became a civilian trained in the newest tactics and Lost-Time Accident 35 permanently scheduled for the '

School TotsA He returns to Enfield, Me. I equipment.The first and third Fridays of the
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Age Capt. E. J, S. Young, Wing keen edge being honed by XVP-16 I month from 1000 to 1130 at which

summer class for school age Commander, and the staff have the training program at home The ORI It over, and the squad- time coffee will be served, busi
been busy inspecting two local I. ness transacted, and a participation
children
will be conducted at units. port Js evident in designation of Von is rapidly separating itself
program presented by the
Wives
Navy Nursery, Building
three new PI'C's. Comdr R. Ray, from a simulated war. VP-16
560 On Thursday and Friday of members themselves.
beginning Monday, June 13,
operations officer has taken over
last week came through the simulated war .
with Mrs. George Kasnias in Wing pilots, flying as
the helm of
lyou'l1
crew remember -
charge. observers, puts the crews of VP- with no actual casualties. Members of the by-laws com
which
it as the crew re-
Activities have been especially 16 through the "mill" during theunit's charted the lost ice island during After the critique Friday, the mittee under the direction of

planned for these children who annual Operational Readiness our Argentia deployment Lt. officers simulated a beer muster: Mrs. F. R. Porter, wife of Lt. Col.

will be given their own dining Inspection. I (jg) D. 1':. Hunter and Lt. (jg) and the consensus was that the Porter, MAD, NATTC, wil present
room, showers, and play areas, On Monday, VP-18 was given a C. D LaMee Jr., have earned, squadron gained materially from at the next meeting a ten-
according to Miss Linde Forsyth, thorough "going over" by alllstaff their Patrol Plane Commander, the inspection, but everyone was I tative set of by-laws for discus.

supervisor of the school. members during regularly ratings within two days of each glad it was over. sion and subsequent vote.
Outdoor will be scheduled scheduled Administrative Mate '
play rt. Chairmen appointed for other
other. Lt. (jg) J. Vccnstra left the
early, including sports and organized riel Inspection. Gratifying praise was forthcoming squadron to attend college at committees arc Mrs. John S.
play for the cool part of the These two inspections completean from FAW-11 for the job Georgia Tech. Also leaving the Thach, wife of Capt. Thach, NAS
day. An interlude at 1000 providesfor extremely busy year one Jax CO, of the club,
done by the squadron in the re- squadron last week were: W. L. sponsor par
washing up, morning juice in which the Wing has traveled cent ASX. The crews whose sore Kanzigg, ADC, J. F. Wall, AMC, liamentary; Mrs. S. II. Brewer,
and cookies before another hourof thousands of miles, conducting I3. Mrs. J. A. Moore
ties were to count as compels M Todd, ADI, all bound for program; pub-
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play, this time emphasizingsongs thirty surprise administrative scored high without exceptionin Pensacola, and W. E.: P. Parker, licity.
and the not. material and readi-
storytelling operational
,
two cases, hard to beat 100Vs. AMI, who is going to NATTC, Autobiographical talks were
so-active phases of activity. At ness inspections. Over 2,500 officers i
Norman, Okla. presented by Mrs. J B. Bain, wife
1130 come showers and lunch, and men and some 100 of
Fasron 109 New men are C. R. Baker, AD3, of Comdr. Bain of VA-15; Mrs.E. .
after which the children may go the Wing's big patrol bombers
J. L. King, AE2, D. M. Hayes, W. Bishop, wife of Comdr.
to an afternoon movie or watch have been given careful attention Reporting aboard last week was
AM2, D. Sizemore, AD3, and R. Bishop of NATTC, ; and Mrs. \/-
TV in an air-conditioned room. by the Staff, squadron records Frank G. Tyler, ADI, from Fas
thur Barker wife of Comdr. Barker
E. Joyncs, AEAN, to help fill the
Crafts and other with "fine tooth
quiet activity inspected a
ron 107, and Francis C. Brandner, roster. of CAG-3. Table topics of
have been scheduled for about comb," and operating techniques
CSI from Sub II USS Ca- one-minute duration were given
1500. Working mothers are asked carefully judged. Group Lcdr. Schirmer, Lcdr. Craig,
$1 a day fee for the child withno vr-sVIZ's toctin AGC-5. and Lt. (jg) Gliem spent June 4- by other members present.

lunch furnished or $1.25 with "Detachment( A"-Com- The Beavers: are still going 5 briefing week end warrior The group plans to visit "en

a hot lunch included. A special prising a large part of the squad strong in the NAS Intramural squadrons at Birmingham and masse" the local unit of Intcrna-

rate for non-working mothers ron's personnel and airplanes -I I Softball league. They had an easy I Memphis on the latest develop. tional Toastmasters' Club at its

who wish to send their child for now stationed in GTMO is dis, victory over Personnel last Tues- I ments in Patrol Squadron work. June 15 meeting with, the view
is kind E'ndabil-1 with of 8 to 1.i, of studying procedures. Reservations
weekly periods available. playing the of deJ> day night, a score
Other departments of the Nursery I VC-62 for this luncheon meeting

will continue as previously.The Two new photo pilots were welcomed must be made by June 13 with
Hal Band To Mrs. Udovin extension 607.
next weekend the nursery Mcintyre Play to VC-62 this week. Lcdr. ,

will be open is July 2, 3, 4. William Edmistpn reported from VP-18

CAG-10 staff at Cecil Field, The big day has come and gone.

TEENAGERS'REPORT For Dance Next WednesdayDown where he flew Cougars. Lt. (jg) Monday, the staff FAW-11 gave
Edwin Goodwin returned to VC- VP-18 its annual Administrative
62 after a tour of shore duty.
| through the history of Inspection The squadroa came
This was his first duty station in
with
Teenagers have voted to helpin the music business it has been through success.
1951.52 after. completion of flight
supervision of the playgroundto proved that the bands which con- training. The day started with a person- ;.,
be operated this summer by trol the college prom dates are nel inspection held by Comdr.
the Mariners Club of All Saints' the bands with the best chanceto Lt. jg's) Gilbert Haines and Frank lleyer. The men all looked

Chapel.A click. James McCormack, who served good and the inspection was declared

boy and a girl will be on : as photographic} interpreters inVC I very good. Also, the' Inspection
duty with volunteer mothers from favorites r -ez for the past two years, i marked the reappearanceof

0830 to 1130 each week day. Glenn Miller protege, who will were released to inactive duty. I an old Navy custom that hasn't

A skating party for June 14 appear in person with his orches Two Reserve officers of the been seen in VP-18 in many
will be the activity of the Teen. tra for a crew' dance Wednes :i squadron have been selected for years- the swords worn by the

age Club this month, member to day, June 15, at King Hall at Regular Navy. Lcdr. Philip Dahl- skipper, the executive officer and

meet at the rink at 7 P. M. 2000. k by and Lt. Claude Navarett, Comdr. Heyer. To many of the old '

Newly-elected officers of the Ever since he left Miller to "strikers" for USN for nearly nine hands here these swords were a

club are Beverly Nocillo, president start his own group, campus years, were included on the recently sight remembered from way
; Dick Fraser, vice president dates have been la abundance va 1 issued list. Lcdr. Dahlbyis back, but to most it was something

; Arlene Noeillo, secretary; Mcintyre fa ranked with the Hal McIntyre now with a VC-82 Detachment new and proof that the

Bonnie Beyer, treasurer; Jeanne I,. greatest college favorite .fall aboard the USS Intrepid. Inform old Navy is coming back.
Ellenberg, master-at-arms for the time. The band, which features vo ed that he would be re-graded to Speaking of the old Navy VP-

girls; Tom Queen, master-at-anns Hal's musical ideas fit in with calist Jeanne McManus and The Lt if selected for USN, he said, 18 is losing one of its old hand

. J for the boys. the desire. of youngsters who Mclntotf, will, also play for danc- "I'd rather be an employed lieu soon. Chief Radioman Charles W. '

The next meeting will be Fri. want a little more than the ordinary ing at the O' Club, 1710-1930, the tenant ,than 'an unemployed lieu Jarvis is retiring, this w eels after

.. (4ajrJulyL in their I danee music Me sense day tenant commander! 20 years in the Navy, .

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100 Children Get Two NewSquadrons Mariners Club


Diplomas 'From2Kindergartens To Sponsor


Playground .

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Almost 100 children received T p For AreaTwo Mothers who dread the
thought of school
ending and
"diplomas" for the completion of
work done in the junior and sen- squadrons joined their offspring scampering
w new about all
around
; day, may
at Wives
ior Navy
kindergartens I ; Navy-Jacksonville this week at have their worries allayed,
.
Nursery at their own "gradua I :1k
tion" exercises Monday and Tues- f w NAS Cecil Field. A supervised playground at
The Navy's first jet-attack the corner of Mustin and En-

day.The 1 IJ/1/ 46 terprise, sponsored by the Mar-
older group of 5-year-olds 4 4Y" squadron, Attack Squadron ;
iners' Club,will afford a place
under the direction of Mrs. Wal- and a new conventional prop-
for the children to work off
ter H. Bedard Jr., performed in a plane attack squadron, Attack excess energy.

program Monday for parents and Squadron 176, came into being Starting Monday, June 13,
friends before they were awarded -
their certificates by Miss Linde when Lt. Charles L. Marshall through Saturday, July 2, from
0830 to 1130, two members
of
Forsyth, supervisor the school. (VA-44)) and Lcdr. Eugene F.
the club will be on hand to
The 3-and-4-year-olds, totaling 1 Ternasky (VA-176)) read orders guide all children of school

32, with their teacher Mrs. George ._.......... ... Waking them acting commanding age in softball, volleyball, basketball -
Kasnias presented a program of TWO SQUADRONS MIO-Capt.; 'RIiard"O. Greene, officers of the newest and tennis and other

song, music, and recitations be- chief of staff for Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Inspects personnel squadrons in the Navy. games.
fore certificates were passed. of two newly commissioned. squadrons at NAS Cecil Field Comdr, John Michael O'Brien Further information can be
0 Attack Squadron 46 and Attack Squadron 176. Insert below
command of VA-
shows Lt. Charles Marshall, (left) acting skipper of VA-46 and will assume obtained by contacting Comdr.or .
The 60 children in the senior Lcdr. Eugene Ternasky, (right), acting commanding officer of 176 in August and Lcdr. Ter- Mrs. R. M. Bruning at extension -
group included Scott Burning, VA-176. nasky, who is now acting CO 239.SALTY .
Ross Burkhead, Paul Chilton, Lon will become executive officer.

Cornelius, Richard Chamberland, Comdr Clifford McDougalwill
Phillip Espinoza, Carl Faalund, Certain Rulings Due assume command of VA-

Michael Jones, Louis Johns, Rodney 46 sometime this week. Lt.

Lee, Dennis Lubchuck, Paul Marshall, the acting CO will

Montgomery Earlier Shore BilletsEarlier then become the squadron's:

Stephen Matton, Stephen Mayer personnel officer.

Robert Mayer, Eddie Meyer, shore duty for sailors in 23 ratings is announced by During the commissioning HUMOR FROM

Michael McCracken Frederick the Navy as a result of juggliiTg shore billets requirements, a project ceremonies, held in Cecil's huge HERE AND THERE
McGarry, Patrick O'Connor, Paul underway for some time. Miramar-type hangar, the per-

Parrish, Gene Peer. A group- of jobs not requiringthe sonnel of the new squadronswere Navy Wife: "Couldn't you thinkof

Freddie Quandt, Stephen Ra- skills of particular rat. affected), some eliminated, and I addressed by Capt. Rich- anything better than coming
any added.
ney, Charles Rush, Wayne some ard O. Greene, Chief of Staff home in this drunken condition?''
Starkes, George Stinson, Marc ing but which could be handledby THE PIIASED PROGRAM to I
for the Commander Fleet Air Husband: "Yes, m'dcar, but she
Susman, Stephen Tolley, Gary any competent petty officer replace 3,200 naval personnel I Jacksonville was out of town."

Voss, Pat White, Albert Wright. have been set aside for ratings with civilians particularly affect *

Charles Phillips, Bobby Clarke, which are not needed in great. administrative and clerical per- i Nice Old Lady: 'My, doesn't
Susan Anderson, Peggy Barker, sonnel in ratings which have a Re "
numbers on shore. -ernployntenlRiglils that young man swear terribly?
.Janice<< Barrow, Lorre Berger, favorable proportion of shore
CBM: "Ycs'm, he sure does. He
The action does not
mean any duty. Although this is
Beth Bernstein, Christine Burk- program AssuredFor
knows the words, but just don'tput
in current eligibility for
change supervised by the Chief of Naval
Icy, Carolee Crosnoe, Laurel Day. "
shore duty, but when an otherwise no expression in them.
M Operations, the Chief of Naval Veterans .
Debbie DeLong, Karen Goss, qualified petty officer in one Personnel is monitoring it to in- o
Lucille Irvine, Malene Maloney, I of the 23 ratings makes the shore sure fair sea-shore rotation. The President's proclamation AD3: "Drinking makes you look.

Connie Sue Jonski, Carol Ann 'duty eligibility list, he is goingto Military to Civilian change- cancelling 0.1. Bill benefits to very beautiful."
stay on it less time. The time those persons entering service Gal: "But I don't drink."
Odum, Alice Oltmer, Janice Parker overs will also include Navy en-
Cassandra Simons. will vary in individual cases! but listed men occupying such bil- after January 31, 1955, docs AD3: "No, but I do."
the Navy department has stated not affect the reemploymentrights I S .
Rebecca Williams, Susan Dcr- lets as firefighters, messengers,
that the length of this shore duty chauffeurs, communicators, mail of persons leaving em- Taxi Driver: "I take the next
ham, Cynthia Trevino, Mary
will be decreased. ployment to enter service aft- turn, don't I?"
clerks, commissarymen, laundry-
Beth Anania, Chris Bain, Tres
Thompson, Michael McCuddin, THE 23 RATINGS for which m e n stewards, compartment er January 31, 1955. Voice from the rear seat: 'Oh

Jimmy Arnold, David Storey, the Navy has opened up nfore cleaners, boat crews, and security Anyone leaving employmentto yeah?"
Johnny Ziomek, and Pamela Ott. shore jobs are: BM, QM, RD, SO, watches. enter military service will S S

TM, GM, FT, RM, CS, SH, MM, continue to have reemployment During a recent political campaign -
"he junior kindegarteners receiving EN MR, BT, EM, IC, ME, FP,
Anne Lou- Supervisor's Group rights to their preservice an ardent supporter speaking
diplomas were
CE, BU, SW, UT, and AQ. Gathers jobs under the Universal for his candidate exclaimed:
be:; Burkley, Sissy Crosnoe, Leslie TonightThe
Carpenter, Keith Dawson, Without up-grading any shore Military Service Act. "My candidate is as honest a man

Anne Flatley, Greg Fly, Mark billets earmarked for non-rated National Association of Su- A recent Supreme Court ruling as money can buy The sudden

Hanson, Sam Lanier. men to make room for a petty pervisors, Local No. 11 will hold held that any veteran returning laughter that greeted this remark

Allen Oltmer Robbie Worster, officer, the Navy has made the its next regular meeting at 1930 to his old job is en- made the speaker realize that he
,
openings in the face of a programof titled to the same position on had slipped, so he quickly added
Johns tonight at the YWCA 325 East
Huldah Williams, Steve ,
converting about 3,200 military the seniority ladder that he 'He never stole a dollar in his!
Patti Flatley, Greg Stacy, Jane Duval Street.
billets on shore to civilian bil is *
would have held had he not life and all he wants
Doran, Arlen Strickland, Kathy Door prize will .be given. All chance."
entered the service.
Myers Smith,, Thorne Nancy Clark.Fergan, Sheryl I I lets.Both programs, the Navy says, members are urged to attend. .

Nancy Anania, Jay Anania, Susan are part of the study to improvesea Navy Officer's Wife: "My husband -

Buckley, Ree Anne Thomp- to shore rotation. These stud- flies a P2V. What doeyour's
ies have resulted in some billetsto "
fly?
ton, Karen Johnson, Cheryl Bain,
Linda Curtis, Sally Donahue, be upgraded, some to be down- Newly Married Navy Bride:

"Cheryl Udovin, Johnnie Munley, graded, some changed (here sea "Oh, I don't know. It's either a
to shore rotation of primarily
Craig Carpenter, Larry Grayson. BOQ or an OOD."
shipboard skills is particularly .

He got his stripes by getting A Navy reporter had been sent

DATA I Ii El ready for them. lie took preparatory to cover a great mine disaster.
I FROM courses designed to increasehis lie was so impressed by all he

"know-how". He was alert to saw and he tried to indicate the
In the.American Navy the petty chances for developing and exer- emotion and heroism around him

officer is given more responsi cising skill as a leader. He madeit in that great panorama of death.In .
bility than the man of similar for opportunity to knockat I'H
easy a wire to his editor he began -
grade in the armed forces of his door. !!
; : "God sits tonight on a little
other nations. For this
some reason -
Before the August examinations hill overlooking a scene of stark
the American Navy petty officer -
why not come up to the Educa- disaster,"
must meet higher standards \
\
tion Center Building 955, and "
,
"Never
His editor wired back:
of and ,
knowledge
performance.A R \ :
enroll in a correspondence course
God-
ty't mind disaster interview
officer is who ; -
petty a "
person .. :
applicable to your rate. Even one "
first :: get pictures if possible.
displayed leadership ability
in the lower enlisted grades. He more question you answer right ; :' ,. S S ,

has usually attended one or more may mean that you.1 crow. !iJUNE i--: j'i t., First Wave: "Surely you aren't
It's to
service schools. Generally, he has up going to let that red-headed Wac
achieved his grade in,one of two .1 steal your boy friend!I"
Weight SaverA .. ... <. ____
ways; by filling a local vacancyin Second Wave: "Never! I'll dye
combat or time of emergencyor new tubeless airplane tire is GRADUATJON'lgh school graduations In June area first."
biff thing in civilian life, but they also
mean
something to four
.
by earning his stripes in competitive capable of withstanding the shockof enlisted men at NATTCenter Jax. Completing USAFI tests for *

.. systems set up for peace- landings at 300 miles per hour high school diplomas were (from rear) John Coyles, AA, AK-A! Mary had a bathing suit,
lime promotions.A with an impact load of about School; Robert Ferris, SN. NAWS School; Cleveland Scott AA The latest doubt
style no
AO-A: School, and Larry slinger, SN, NAWS School. Presenting ,
officer is who 10,000spounds.. These tires save
petty a man when she inside she
them their diplomas is.Tony ralumbo"rN. %, of the Education and And got
hat literally worked his way up. up to 40 pcrctnt of tube 'u.efght. Information Office. Was more than half way out.





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COMIC CARTOON' CONTEST OPEN FtbG n


TO ACTIVE DUTY PERSONNELAll


personnel with an eye for statements securely attached directly All-Navy Championship tro-

figures and an ear for a good to the back of the entry: phies, furnished by the Chief of .t

gal has a "man of my joke, sharpen your wits, pencils Full name of originator; Rateor Naval Personnel, will be awarded "
dreams," not necessarily a knighton rank; Serial or file number; the first five place winners.IN .
a white horse, but just a good and dig up some white 8x10% Duty station; Hometown and ADDITION, certificates will Month of graduation and/or

'solid citizen. We all have our paper! hometown newspaper; a brief be awarded to those deserving wedding bells! Of course, we

opinion of what this man should Why The Navy is sponsoringa statement certifying the cartoonas honorable mention. The winning have graduating classes 50 weeksin

be, but it's all fun to talk with Comic Cartoon Contest and all original; "All claims to the cartoons will be published in All the year and the Chaplainsare

your shipmates and hear their naval personnel on active ,duty attached entry are waived and I Hands magazine and also suitable busy every day with mar-

side of the story. (If some of you are eligible to submit entries.A understand the Department of the notions will be made in a riage counseling but it is a good

-men could eavesdrop your ears contestant may enter as Navy may use as desired," Sign- subsequent issue of the Special time to remind you that appro-

would really burn.) Hear this: many comic (gag or situation) ed ; "For- : Services Newsletter. priate books are available in your

Sailors are what some women cartoons as desired but they must warded." Signed by commandingofficer Entries must be submitted to' libraries.

marry. They have two feet and have a Navy theme or background or his representative.ALL the Chief of Naval Personnel in American College Counselor

two hands; but never more than must be in good taste and ENTRIES submitted will time to be judged by Sept. 1, and Guide: A reference book with

One dollar or one idea at a time. suitable for general consumption, become the property of the Department 1955. Personnel in Jax can submit the latest information on all aspects -

Like a Turkish cigarette, all sailors and be in black ink on 8x10% of the Navy for use as to the Special Services ,Office, of college admission, requirements -

are made of the same mate- white paper illustration board. desired and will not be returned. Building 930, Mainsidc. The Spe- etc. Careers and cur-

rial; the only difference is that EACH ENTRY MUST contain Entries, other than winners, will cial Services office will dispatch rent employment situations arc

some of them are a little better the following information andNOT' not be acknowledged. them through proper channels. analyzed in sufficient detail to

disguised than others. help both those who've made
their choice and those who
are
The "Lover" is the one you find
undecided. Definitely the book is
surrounded by most women. The
for those making college plans,
husband is the one who goes a aW?
ashore in the first boat. The bach- those guiding another's selection,

elor is the one who has a bank .$ or persons c ncerned'with socio-, .
.. '
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account. economic trends are reflected in
-
our educational facilities.
MAKING A HUSBAND out of c .
Parties On A Budget: One of
a sailor is one of the highest arts
known to civilization. It Those who missed the dance several books to give the zest of
requires S ___
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science, culture, common and uncommon Friday, missed one of the best A ; '_ originality to entertaining the
dances the club has had. the wedding
faith and ever graduates or party.
sense, hope, s ..i.ii
charity-most charity. It requirestact Chiefs and their wives who sel Love At The Threshold: A bookof

brains, "it," that, these, and dom come to the dances remarked social dating, romance and
those. It is a psychological marvel of what a time they had. Dance marriage. Practical approach to

o that a soft, tender, violet- night every Friday-a come as the emotional l and physical aspects -

scented little thing like a Wave you are affair, swim. suit, shorts, ,,>s ) of the subject. '

p could enjoy kissing a big, awk- or what have you, and the poolis Before You Marry; When You

ward, stubby-chinned, bay rum- open. w Marry\ : Two books by experienced
scented thing like a sailor:-but The old familiar "Whaaatt," we counselors. The first is based on

t they do. have been hearing around the -ct: questions most frequently asked
club for so long is about to fade
If flatter sailor by thoughtful people contemplating -
you a you away, for on June 15, Chief An- __ ___________,__.._ ___ ___.______ ..___ '_" _.n'_ __m____ ___' ____ __
marriage. The second considers -
frighten him to death; if youdon't
askowich is leaving the Navy via NATO "IIRASS" ABOARD Comdr. Frank O'Brien (left),
II wedding plans, adjust-
bore him to death. If
you
Fleet Reserve. Ski, as he is knownto skipper of Fighter Squadrpn 34, a Fleet Air Jacksonville squad-
you permit a sailor to date you ron,,plays host for a group of visiting NATO officials aboard the ments, Rh factor, adoption of
is to be missed
often, he gets tired of you in the many, going as carrier USS Randolph. The NATO officials witnessed demonstrations !' I children, etc. '
end; you don't, and he gets tiredof he is responsible for many of the of all phases of carrier striking potential during the ship's Three To Get Married\ ; Marriage -
improvements made at the club. sojourn in the Mediterranean.
Is Business
A Serious One
:
you at the start. If you agree
with him in everything, you soon Attention all Chiefs and Mas- who received his orders to Key Fasron Nine's Morris by Bishop Sheen, the other by

stop charming him. You believeall ter-Sergeants. Don't forget the West. I Retires After 28 Dr. Ray, minister of the famous
election this month.
he tells you, and he thinks Several people have taken ad Little Church around the Corner.
you arc a dope, and if you don't We would like to welcome vantage of the Bar-B-Que pit and Leading Chief of Fasron Nine Both have counseled problems of
Chief Dobbins to the ranks of based at NAS Cecil Field, Chief daily living.
he thinks you arc a cynic. picnic tables and had a good time.
bartender. "Dobbin" will be a replacement Aviation Electrician R.
Virgil Wife edition) Wei-
Navy (
Let know when want to new ;
YOU ARE TRUE to him and he us you
for "Old DOC Cronin"ComFair them. Morris, retired from the Navy this come Aboard: Two for the ser-
doubts that you have a brain. If use
week with 28 years naval ser viceman's wife. Beyond the etiquette -
you aren't, he longs for a playmate -
Jax Unit as an enlisted man in 1935, was of engagement, marriageand
If you look at other fellows vice.Chief
first commissioned in 1943 and Morris had 26 years of traditional service lire are
he
is jealous. If you don't,
he hesitates to marry a wall Has New SkipperThe was promoted to Lcdr. in Januaryof continuous sea duty before being suggestions useful to any couplebut
ordered to shore duty with Fas- invaluable to the service cou-
flower.If this After serving aboard
Commander Fleet Air Jax year. ron Nine two years ago. He has ple-finances, obligations, privil-
you high-hat a sailor, he Flag Administrative Unit has a two destroyers, the Hull and the served on board eight ships and eges, clothes, entertaining, packing -

gives you the Bronx Cheer and new commanding'officer.. Dale, Lcdr. Fenton goj; his first six: aircraft squadrons. moving, what and how to
right on having a good time.If I .
goes
taste of aviation duty at Pensa- buy for each new home, and a
you treat him civilly and try Lcdr. Edward Fenton relievedLt.
cola in 1938 and has been in avia- FRA Branch 91 host of helpful ideas for pleasant
David Barksdale acting CO
,
to cheer him up, he gets gloomyand living.
last week. Lt. Barksdale has been tion ever since.
mopes. If you treat him politely .
he'll knock your teeth out acting CO of the unit since April His last duty station before Installs I OfficersBranch

and if you're impolite, he'll call 7. assuming' new command was AO-0 Grads told

you a heathen. If you go with himto Lcdr. Fenton entered the Navy with Fasron Six. 91, Fleet Reserve Association -
Of Transition Of
a swell restaurant, or some ..-... .... .., and Unit 91, FRA Auxiliary -
swanky hotel to dine, he'll drink installed new officers last nfaiilryiiicn[
out of the finger bowl. Saturday night during ceremonies -

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: at the Seminole Hotel in Jack- The transition of infantrymen
Have sonville. to aviation ordnance and the cooperation -
you any problems concern-
ing your military or barrackslife James V. Bonta, PNC, is the between the Marine

? Let us know and we'll try R ey'3.f new president of the Branch. The trainees and the Navy training

to find the answer for you. We unit's new president is Mrs. officers was stressed by Lt. Col .
frank Porter, commanding officer -
will come as near to answeringyour Frank Lodesky.
question as objectively pos- Other FRA officers are vice- of the Marine Aviation Detachment .

sible. Y president, Tom Feaster; secre- at the graduation ex-

Question: Why is it so difficult tary-treasurer, Kenneth Munsch; ercises last week of Aviation Ord-

for a Wave to get transferred :: and directors L. P. Richburg, John nance Officers School at NATT-

from her present duty station? Sylvia, C. J. McCarthy, H. E. Miller Center.

Answer: Taken from BuPers ": Ralph Grimsley, T. A. Davis, Graduates inclifded honor stu .

Instruction 1306.10A. (And gals, C. J, Morrison, James Pattersonand dent Lt. (jg) James Roebuck and
Walter Gcrski. Lt. (jg) Earle Eckcrt, Lt. Robert
BuPers has the last word on all
transfers), The normal tour of \ New Auxiliary officers are vice- ominey, Navy; 2nd Lt. Robert

enlisted women in the same geo- I \ president, Mrs. Harvey E. Miller; Bradley, 2nd Lt. Kenneth Ho-

graphical area in the continental secretary, Mrs. Willard Noble; palle, 2nd Lt. Robert Patterson,

United States is three years. This 10 treasurer, Mrs. Ken Munsch; 2nd Lt. Delbert Ranncy, and 2nd

3-year tour of duty is applicableto wL Chaplain, Mrs. Grace Carson; and Lt. Ralph Yakushl, USMC.
enlisted women attached to directors, Mrs. W. Ifc Sandefer Six officers, including two from

fleet activities within the conti- Jr., Mrs. L. P. Whitmire, Mrs. the Canadian Navy, reported to
it AO-O School this week. The
nental limits of United States. John Sylvia, Mrs. Emery Cooper
and Mrs. Ralph Grimsley.The Canadians are Lcdr. David Mc
However consideration will be
Fleet Reserve Association
FRA OFFICIALS-New officials of the -
installedby Nicol and Lt. John Mackay. Others
officers
new were
given, consistent with .requirements Branch 91 and Auxiliary 91 were Installed during cere- .
to enlisted women request monies last Saturday. James Bonta, PNC, (second from left), became regional vice-presidents L. P. are Lt. (jg) Delma Dunn, Lt.
of Branch 91 and Mrs. Frank Lodesky (second Whitemire (FRA) of Jacksonville (jg) Richard Lintner,. Ensign
reassignment after two years onduty' from right became new president of Unit 91 Auxiliary The'new and Mrs. Edythe K. Fike (Auxiliary Bruce Wilder and Ensign Edward
In the same geographical officers were Installed by regional vice-presidents I,. P. Whit-
area. mire (left) and /Mrs. Edythe- Fike, (right) ) of Charleston: S. C. Arnold.
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Crackerjax Grab City; AFPS SPORTS



First Half Honors RoundupBy


Jax Navy's Crackerjax copped the Jacksonville Girls City ( Armed Forces Press Service)

League first half bunting, but it wasn't easy, as the girls in blue Ex-AF Lt. Dow Finsterwalj

squeezed by Cannon Barber Shop, 76. won the $15,000 Fort Wayne Open

The Crackerjax brought their.eason's Golf championship with a 72-holt
to 15-8 and then took 16-5
a
of This is his
269. first
score major
mark to 15-3, including shellacking from the Women
tourney win Prediction;
a 10-1 record in city league com Marines in the second. *
Ted KJusiewskl, Cincinnati Red-
petition.The The Crackerjax travel to Par- leg outfielder, will cop the National
Barbers started things off ris Island this weekend for a return J League home run title.
!
in their tiff with the Crackerjax engagement' with the tough ______ : i1 Duke Snider of the Dodgers and
with a two-run splurge in the Islanders. Willie Mays of the Giants will

second The Crackerjax came Crackerjax Schedule follow.

back to knot the count in the
Saturday, June 11 The University of CalilornIa'streat
third, only to have the Barbers gridiron Ail-American Paul

score three more times in the Parris Island'Crackerjax vs. Larson is now in basic trainingat
Parris Island. .
fourth and another in the fifth. ,. Ft. Ord, Calif. lIe's expected to
The local lassies rallied to tie Sunday, June 12 mark signals for the Warriorsnext

the score and win it in the ,sev- Parris Island Crackerjax vs. season Suggested read.

enth. Parris Island. > bg for baseball f an s : Al

Ellen Carlson was credited :Monday, June 13 Schacht's autobiography My Own

Brentwood Park Crackerjaxvs. .. r ...,. ,. .. ..
with the win for the Cracker. ad.Qakiik AM M w .w. w. ,:N: Ak.h.: : Particular Screwball Navy'screw

Jax. The victory avenged the Opponent unknown. ITS A CLOSE ONE-Don't let the dust fool you. This manwas coach Russell Callow will

only loss suffered in city league Wednesday, June 15 I out a country mile. John Kocak, 'Personnel backstop nonchalantly be cited, for his outstanding contribution
the ball to O. J. Merrell of ComFalrJax as he
puts
competition by the girls in Murray Hill park-CrackerJax to rowing at a dinnerin
slides into home. ComFairJax won this Mainside Intramural encounter -
blue. vs.'Opponent unknown. 1610. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 14.
...
After winning their first fray Detroit's 2o-year"01c1 outfieldstar

against Parris Island Women Marines Co. 20 Mittmen Al Kallne, who is currently

last Saturday, the Cracker- knocking the cover off the ball,

jax "fumbled" in the Sunday aft- Outslug Co. 18 made the big leap to major league

ermath to be content with a split. stardom without benefit of minor

The Waves copped the first set- T/Sgt. John Scanlon's Company league experience How's this
for pitching? In betweenthe
a game
20 boxers captured four of six
San Diego MCRD and the San
Action
BeginsIn bouts from the scrappers from
Diego NTC, Marine hurler Thad
Company 18 and two were declared -
I McCollum walked hit three
seven,
MainsideIM a draw in Airman Prepar-
and loaded the bases in the ninth.
atory School's inter-company Marine -
Yet, he twirled a no-hitter and
smoker at King Hall last
GolfThe beat the Navy nine, 7-0. .
MissilemenTightened SI art Thursday.
newly formed Mainside intramural : Moving I The results: 1st Lt. Joseph, Riggs, of the :2nd
Marine Div., fired a 563 out of a
. golf league got off to a Earl Gibson, Co. 20, defeated
possible 600 to win first place in
fast start with Fleet Air Wing 11, In I Center Racechool i Dick LaFontaine, TKO ((2)); Paul the Eastern Division Rifle Matches
Dawber, Co. 20, and Billy Trant-
NARTU, VC-62, Personnel and at Camp Lejeune, N. C. Some \
ham drew; Johnny Bustillos\ Co.
FATWU 596 top rifle shots in the East
posting first round vic- An inspired, red-hot NAWS S nine, which came from be- 18, defeated John White;. Ralph competed.

tories. hind early in the season, last wee:k went into a virtual tie for first Buckley, Co. 20, defeated Hugh
Ex-Purdue All-American Bernie
FAW-li opened league play place in the NATTCenter Softball I League by downing the league- Huggins; Richard Robbinson, Co. -
Flowers, who selected for
with Operations, downing the leading AE-A School club, champi ion the last two years, 10.9, in ana 20, defeated Jackie Damron; Ronald was
the All-Navy and AFPS All-Star
latter in'a nine-hole match, 3',4 action-packed game. Hurwitz, Co. 20, defeated
teams while playing at the Great
to 2V4. VC-62 downed VP-18, 4-2 Ronald Boston; Leon Jones, Co.
; Jim Littleton's homer in the I double for three trips at bat. Lakes NTC, Ill, last season, is
NARTU beat Special Services, 18, defeated Toland Chamberlain;
first of the sixth proved the margin On Tuesday, the NAWS team now stationed at Yokosuka, Ja.
5tt! to %; Personnel whipped David Worthington, Co. :20! and
Fasron 109, 5-1 and FAWTU defeated of victory for the Missilemen. defeated the AOB( ) nine, 8.7, in Douglas Wilson, drew. pan Chicago Cub outfielderBob
Speake, a Korean War vet.
Hospital, 42. Jerry Paul also contributed a two another action-packed thriller.
AKA( ) School 19, AEB) School eran, looks like a good choice for
FAWTU Detachment Able is run homer in the second. Big stick men for the Weaponeerswere 7. National League "Rookie of the

replacing VW-4. Robby Roberts led off for Buck Buckhol/ and Sim NATTC SOFTBALLTeam \ Year" honors If you want to

Low men for the week were NAWS with a double in the first Woodham. W L help support the U. S. Olympic
George Frye of NARTU who teams donations be sent to
inning and got pushed around bya Other results: AEA) School 13 3 may
posted a net 40 as did Chief Horn- AOA) School 8, AEB( ) School NAYS School 12 3 the Olympic Fund, U. S. Olympic
buckles of Hospital. Chief Fields sacrifice and stolen base. The Committee Biltmore Hotel New
AKA( ) School 11 5 ,
4; AKA( School 13, SS-lst Lt. 5;
and Adams of Personnel were Sparkles picked up three in their AOA) School 7 6 York 17, N. Y.Donaghy .
AEA) School 12, ANP( ) School F
next in line with
41's. half of the first. In the second Sim ANP( ) School 5 9

Standings: Woodham of NAWS was hit by a 7.; AOB( )0 School 17, SS-lst Lt. 0; AOB) School 5 9 Wins 3-Club

NARTU pitched ball, sacrificed to second SS-lst. Lt. 3 12
5H; Personnel, 5; VC- -- ---
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62, 4; FAWTU, 4; FAW-11, 3%; by.Buck Buckholz and was driven AEB) School 1 10 Civilian Golf Tourney
home with a long poled homer :
Operations, nz: ; VP-18, 2; Hospital -
2; Fasron 109, '1; Special by Jerry Paul knotting the count a O&R Worker: "The" Supervisorjust Jim Donaghy walked of with
: Yv himself.
for the hung
Services % point. Weaponeers.IN
top honors in last Saturday's NAS
TilE HOME HALF of the Officer: "Did you cut him
Golf Schedule r Civilian; Golf Club three-club
Monday, June 13 second the AE boys got two when down? tournament at Hyde Park, shoot-
O&R Worker: "No, he ainttdead'
Dick Fosbenner blasted out
Fasron 109 one ing a 79.
. vs Hospital; Per- '' "
sonnel vs. VW4.Wednesday. of the park with Ackinson on yet. > To shoot his 79. Donaghy used
board.In .
June 15 his No. 2 wood, No. 7 iron and
Operations vs. VC-62; FAW-11 the Weapons' half of the AK, NAWS Schools his putter. All participants were

vs. NARTU: Special Services vs. fourth, Sim Woodham was againhit restricted to the use of three
VP-18. by a pitched ball, went to second Pace Shoe Tosscrs clubs.

on an error, stole third and
Aviation Storekeepers and Na- Bill Gouchnour captured second

Braves At Home was brought home by Bobby Gar- t val Air Weapons System schools place honors with an 82, while

ard on a single.In +t I dominated play in the finals of Ray Kennedy was third with an

the first of the sixth NAWS the NATTCenter intramural 86.

With CharlotteThe really got going when Jim Little- horseshoe tournament this week.In The next civilian club tourneywill

ton smacked the apple out of the singles George Veech of AK be held July 2.

South Atlantic League is pasture. Sim Woodham hit a sin- School, with a 21-14, 12-13 win

enjoying its hottest league race gle, was advanced on a hit by over Bill Barclay of NAWS, was
in years and the Jacksonville Buck.Buckholz and scored a sin scheduled to meet Johnnie Plun- CARToOHof

Braves are in the thick of it. The gle by Jerry Paul. Paul scored, kett, of NAWS, who entered the the weekr

Braves entertain the Charlotte behind Buckholz, when Garard finals with a 21-6, 21.7 victory n

Hornets tonight and Friday before smashed a double through the against Ray Litchfield of AK e

going on the road. shortstop. Garard went to thirdon School.

Military personnel are reminded a passed ball and Roberts Doubles in the upper bracket l

that they can be admitted for walked. Both scored on a long found Johnny Roberts and Bob

the! reduced rate of 60 cents- ball smacked by Dick Hukka. Garrard of NAWS School victor-

good for any seat in the ball park. IN THE SPARKTRICIANS half _. ious over Ed Stacey and Joe Ge- I I
l..Y- F xSEVEN-
The new park is located near the of the sixth they rallied and pushed nest of Special Services, 23-5, 1 -
Gator Ball east of the downtown across four runs to make it RINGERS Outstanding 2216. t T
in the current intramural
district. 10-9 before Garard, NAWS pitch.er horseshoe pitching tour- In the lower bracket Ken Bra- I-

In their next homo stand, after managed to put out his own nament at NATTCenter was the towski and Veech of AK School

Friday, the Braves return home fire and lay them down, one-two- feat of Bill Barclay, AOC, who I triumphed over'fellow school entries -

.June 18 to host Montgomery and three. Garard also had a good day threw sere* ringers in one Chuck Roe and 'Woodie
hUfinal
rune, Including ffouble.on II
.
Columbus. at the plate with Iwo singles, and two tosses. Buie. 41,. 21-19, 2t-0.

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:>.<: : : :"' V C-62 In Showdown i
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Battle ForThe Mainside IM Title 1



It's Barnes vs. Glidewell. Or it will be VC-62 \'S..Hos- ------- ---

(Personnel are invited to pital. \Whichever prefer, it will still be the battle of the 1

visit the U S 0 Servicemen'sClub season as the chips are down for VC-62 and the Hospital, 'Week's MainsideSoftball

at 37 West Monroe St. I who square off tonight at 1630 at Yorktown diamond in a

The Club is open from A990 to I fracas that may decide the Mainside intramural softball Slate
use daily.) '
i
Thursday, June 9 Surprise championship. __u________ The Mainside Intramural Softball -
,,:i two unbeaten clubs who
Night at 2000. <:,' and Don Glidewell of VC-62 credited games scheduled for the
.:<. have been setting a merry pace with eight straight. week are listed below:
Friday, June 10 Dancing to
\ throughout the season, will be at
records, fames. full for tonight's HOSPITAL got by a tough op- Thursday, June 9
strength fray.
Saturday, June 11-2000. Girl ponent Tuesday in.whipping a Albemarle Field ComFair
Pitching has told a good part of 1
of the Month Dance, music by III' strong Operations club, 60. Operations Jax vs. I lasron 109.
the success of both units, with I
NAS Jumping Jax. had been in contentionall Yorktown Field VC-62 vs.
Don Barnes of Hospital having i
Sunday, June 12 Dunking season and still cannot be Hospital. .
recorded ten straight triumphs
Round Table, free coffee and donuts counted out. Saratoga Field Supply vs.

then off to church with .. In action last week Fasron 109 VP-5.

junior hostesses; 1730 Community r :: claimed two victories, defeating Enterprise Field VP-16 vs.

Sing, Vespers, free refresh- f: Personnel, 71, and swamped Sup- FAETU.

ments; 2000, free movie. ; ply, 19-8. Hospital Field VF- 43 vai

Monday, June 13-Ping Pong. VWimprond on its record NARTU.

Tuesday, June 14-Games and with two good wins last week. I Tuesday, June 14

dancing to records.Wednesday The Hurricane Hunters blasted Albemarle Field VC-62 vs.

June 15Dancingto -"""" FaetuLant, 19-1, and. whitewashed VF-43.

music by the NATTC Serena- Hospital's Don Barnes Supply, 9.0.HOSPITAL'S. Yorktown Field Fasron 109

ders. Don Barnes vs. VW-4.

FOES IN TODAY'S FRAY chalked up his ninth straight triumph Saratoga Field Communications -
Two of the station's lop soft-
VP18.Enterprise .
Rods andNimrods ball hurlers, Don Barnes (top) as he hurled the mates toa vs.
of Hospital!' and Don Glidewell 7-4 win over VP5.In I Field Supply vs.

(right/ ) of VC-62, face each oth- t/ other results Operations Hospital.

er tonight as Hospital and VC- squeezed by NARTU, 11-9; Fleet I Hospital Field BOQ vs. VP-
62 clash in their crucial contestat
T. P. Smith, Frank Cline and
Yorktown Field. On this Air Wing 11 shipped VP-16, 7-1,
VernorLGraham. of 0 & R caughtthe I game may hinge the outcome of and ComFairJax outlasted Per- 16.JankunisFans17

limit of bream at Dead Lake the Mainside Intramural cham sonnel, 1610.

this 'past weekend. They used pionship. Both teams are un ,
AIAINSIDE STANDINGS
worms and crickets for bait. beaten. .
Hospital JO 0 1.000 But Center Nine
Tobie Cooper and Jess Marableof
VC-62 B' .900
0 & R also caught the limitof Golfers Win
Operations 9 2 .900
bream. They fished in SantaFe Loses Title Try
NARTU 6 3 .667
Lake and used fly rods, and
Fasron 109 a 3 .667 Squeezed out of the first half
lures for bait.
Over Marines ComFairJax 5 4 .556 championship in the Jax City
Vinson Clenney," Bill Lundy,
Jimmy hunter and Jack Buck- VW-4 5 4 .556 baseball league by one run in the

VP-18 4 5 .414 10th inning, the NATTCenter
anon also caught some nice
very FAW-11 4 5 .444 diamondeers open the second
bream. They caught two-days
Of
MiamiJax Faetu 3 6 .333 round of play tonight under the
limit of bream
on spinning tac-
--< .. VP-16 3 6 .333 lights at Woodstock.
kle at Lake George.
Navy's crack links VP-5 3 6 .333 With runners on bases
Robert Wagner and L. P. VC-Gr.i Glidewell every
Smith also did a. nice job of aggregation added another Personnel 3 7 .300 inning against Hardage & Sonsin

catching bream this past week victim to its long list witha Stale Pistol Meet Comin.Supply 2 3 7 7 .222.300 Maroon the first and half Gold title tossers game bogged, the

end. They landed 44 copperhead 221%-4J/$ trouncing of Miami VF-43 1.c .200 down in the clinches and couldn'tget
bream in Dead Lake using Scheduled June 18-19
worms ,
Marine Corps Air Sta- BOQ 1 8 .111 the winning markers across,
for bait.V. .
J. MITCHELL of 0 & R did tion Sunday at the local Although Jax Navy does not and lost it, 43.

some good salt water fishing by links.BillScarbrough. sponsor a pistol team, any units Poor Support
wishing to enter the Florida! State Sports FromYesferyear Frank Jankunis, on the moundfor
landing four red bass, 18 trout and
Pistol Championships June 18-19 the sailor-marine nine, fan
and three flounder He fished the
Frank teamed to
Ileyer can obtain necessary information ned 17 batsmen during the 10 inning -
inland waterways and used live take nine points from Mi- from Special Services office, contest, enough to win in
shrimp for bait. ami's Malane and Kemp; (Another In a weekly feature
Building 930. any league, but poor supportcost
Red Neal and Rose Neal of Lou Chaff and Chuck Sum- that brings to life per
him the tussle.Outstanding .
O & R live Lake Santa Fe The State meet is slated for
on mit of Jax broke even with formances on the Naval Air
and managed to catch three nice Carey and Shepherd with* Winter Haven and is a National Station sport scenes from play of Dick Huk-

bass this past weekend. The larg- four and one-half points Rifle Association registered tour- dusty Issues of the Jax Air ka, new outfield addition from

est weighed four pounds, two apiece and Lou and nament. News). NAWS School, was one redeem-
; .
Brpzo .
ing feature of
the title loss. Huk-
ounces. They used spinning tackle Walt Strader combined efforts Ten Tears Ago Today
and plugs.R. Freddie Cochrane welterweight ka is a speed merchant on the ..
for the Fliers to dis- Acey-Ducey Players -
W. Shease of 0 & R landed pose of Miami's Smith and champion of the world, paths and is a consistent sticker.

some nice fish over the weekend.He Jones, 90. Eye TournamentThe who only recently received a Several Lineup Changes
Coach
caught 15 bass using a spin- discharge from the Navy, ref- Chuck Dawson plans to
Lou Brozo and Frank annual NATTCenter juggle his
acey- lineup for the second
ning rod and lure. Shease was ereed a student bout at NAT-
Heyer shared low man hon- ducey tournament, with points i half of the season, moving Jim
wading and
the
fishing over grass TC. The champ refereed two
beds. ors for the day with one applied towards the Captain's 3-rounders and made a big hit Youngblood;: into the, infield at

Jim Marton and Jess Marableof below par 71's.CPO Trophy, will be held'next Wed- with the sailor fans. I third or short. lie also is seekingnew

June 15 in the Enlisted
nesday, players to
strengthen the
0 & R fished at night and Three of the nation's out-

really made out. They caught five : "I suppose you wish I Men's Lounge, Building 593. standing tennis players, two of hitting department.

bass and 34 blue gill bream using were dead, so you could spit on : New champion 'will be named them from the "golden era" of Tonight NATTCenter plays a -

fly rods and artificial lures. my grave." ; this year as Lt. Edward Carni- sports, played exhibition I team made up of Bolles Academy

COMDR W. E. HENRY of Com- SK2: "No, I don't like to standin com, last year's title-holder, has matches here. Big Bill Tilden, I II players as the enlarged,

f air Jax and Mrs. Henry boated lines. I been transferred to Memphis. Vincent Richards and Bruce I eight-team league gets into ac
I tion.
10 black bass in McGirt's Creek. ---- Barnes displayed the super-

They used live shrimp for bait. skill and flashing form which Dill Richards is leading the
FLIERS TENNIS CREW I regulars at the
But here's the fishing story of made them headliners. plate with an
the average of .300 followed by Johnny -
week: A party of 22 em-
Five Yean Ago Today
ployees from 0 & R, brought together CLIPS MIAMI 9 0 A sterling no-hit pitching bell.Culbreth and Summer Camp.

by Harry Daubert and performance by moundsmanEd
------
Harry Hauptmann, took in some Jax Navy's masters of the' Matherson (M)' 6-3, 6-3; Wilson Bucherich gave the NAS Following ace the averages:
Player AD II Avr.
deep fishing out of Mayport. The tennis courts steamrolleredover (N), beat Schoft (M) 6-1, 6-0; Varsity softball nine a 2-0 decision Hukka '7 4 .S71
party landed 55 red snapper, Marine Corps Air Station over the powerful Du-
Candland (N) won over Peter- Gallagher 2 1 .300
weighing from five to 30 pounds of Miami 9-0 last Friday at val Motors nine at Lackawanna
-
each son (M) 60, 6-2; Deloney (N) Richards 28 11 .3&
plus sea bass and trigger Park courts. Park. Bucherich
Boone ( was later -
defeated Henchman (M) 6-2, 6-1; Culbreth 37 12 .325
fish.Best The win brought the Fliers'season Anderson (N) beat Seamon (M) killed in Korea). Campbell S5 11 .311
times for fishing: record to 13 triumphs as <
The locals the first
captured
6-2, 6-2, and Willis (N) won over Boyko .u 13 .309
Saturday, June 11 0500 to against five setbacks.The half crown with an 8-1 slate,
Diedrich (M) 6.1, 60. Dornath 34. .294
0900 and 1000 to 1200 and 1600 after No. 14 Sunday
Fliers go and their 2-2 record in the sec- J1 J .17%

to 1930. when they engage Jax Beach Doubles: Wilson and Sobieraj ond race still gives them a Gentry Youngblood 38 11 .%69

Sunday, June 12 0500 to 0900 in a return match at Boone Park. (N) defeated Matherson and Sea- chance to cinch the city crown. Williams 49 JZ .241

and 1330 to 1230 and 1600 to 1930. ,The Navymen drubbed the mon (M) 6-1, 6-1; Candland and :"
S4 t. .135
Young
(This column Is for all hands. Beachcombers, 7-2, in their inItial Anderson (N) beat Henchman ,
I He many drlnki does it JankunU .6 3 .UI
Reports on fishing earn be sent directly Joust. and Schoff (M) 8-Oi; 6-3;; tend Willis : "How '
I Keller 4. 0 :;150
.. take to make dizzy?
'
Bob you .
to lax Air News or t. Summaries 'and 'Delone, XN) defeated l'
:.1x3
"She and If MalliosR.dloff I
Brown, accessories dirUion' OAR, Singles: Sobieraj) (N) defeated Peterson and Diedrich, 6-2, '-2. : Two, my name 10 1 .tK
extension 525). i Daisy, not Dizzy.



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.mmmm 15 ClaimMore Social Security

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rity tax, as is done in industry,
Ads are accepted for this column Cash based on the service man's basic
Monday and Friday ol:
on n pay; it would change the current

every week between the hours Veterans Administration monthly

of 0800 and 1600. compensation rates to
surviving

: FOR RENT For IdeasFifteen dependents, based on the rank of

'3 rm; apt. turn $05. Curtis, EV 8- the serviceman (hitherto the payments

0638. Naval\ Air Station have been equal regardlessof

3 rm. turn. apt., Ige. kitch. Curtis employees were the recipientsof rank); to continue the present
'
I: ; EV 8-0638.. a total of $100 in the latest lump sum payments of six

1 bdrm, 26%' trailer, avail. Jun batch of Beneficial Suggestion months of the serviceman's pay

15. Azalea. EV 7-2729. Program awards presented by to the next of kin with a changein

the minimum and maximum
2 rm. furn. apt. $50. EV 94125. the Station.
figures allowed (minimum hiked
Eleven from Overhaul} and Repair
2C01
3 rm. furn. gar. apt. $55. from .$468 to $800, maximum cut
and four from
Park St., EV 82770. department
.
from $6,857 to $3,000)).
list
Supply were included in the
2 double rms. $9. EV 8-2990.
Survivors now getting VA
of cash winners. com.
1 rm. $8.: 2601 Park St. EV 8- R- pcnsation could choose to keep
Raymond .Reinhardt: of 0 &
2770. awarded: check for his their present benefits or to '''re.
was a $65
furn. home elec..kitch.. $45 ceive the
3 rm.: higher benefits provided
!idea of "replacement of end
9361 103rd.St. EV 83537. : under this bill," according to Hardy
: frame and brush holder assembly
1' barm. furn.. apt., elcc. kitch No one could make this
oil
on A7619 series actuators. By

1233 Ingleside EV 93567.. using ,this system, the replace IDEA AT WORK-Supply employee Steven Schuessler choice, however, while receivingthe

3 rm. furn. upper apt. $50.. Mrs, motor demonstrates to Comdr John V. Koch, assistant Supply officer of $92.50 monthly from the $10,-
of the
assembly
.' George, 2363 Myra St. EV 7- ment complete NAS Jax, just how his idea of a permanently mounted stapling 000 insurance.

3935. was, not necessary. machine on a collator machine works. Schuessler was among; the .
\, C. A. SANDERS and H. O. most recent group of 15 NAS Jax employees presented with cash The committee would allow a
ChelseaSt.
3 'rm. furn. gar. apt. 512 awards for Beneficial Sunestlon.fml choice for the 830,000 servicemenwho
EV 8-1C70( after 1600. Whitt, both of 0 & R shared in have World
War II
type of
Seminole a $50 award., Their suggestionwas
1648
Furn. gar. apt. $45. -
GI insurance
for which the
government
"repair on broken studlanding
Rd. EV 95519.
.. Riverside eff. apt. 2215 River gear .strut," which,avoids excessive -, IIdWYA'KlldWl is paying while" they, are
gar
i in the service: to continue having

Blvd.. EV 9-8209. and extensive repair : HERE ARE AMSOUERSTO THE the government paying their pre-
\JfIJJ
3' fm. furn. apt. "852 'S't. Clair. methods.A. 1 QUCSTIOXS SERVICEMEN/ AND.THEIR miums, in which case they would

EV 83992. suggestion for a "carburetor, FAMILIES ASK.THE VETERANS

1' bdim. turn, apt. $65. 3034 H d. scoop assembly," which w 111 .ADMINISTRATION- EVERY DAY..... C.By get their benefits present or to VA resume compensation paying-

rick St. EV 81598. greatly simplify the making of ( Armed forces Press Service) their insurance policies, in which

3 rm. furn. apt. 5204 Bragg Road, minor adjustments during final. is there any maximum period of
Q-As a disabled Korea veteran event they could get the new ben-
EV 9-0256 or Ext. 8122. Mrs, inspection, won for suggestor time the law allows me to pay efits under the bill.
I obtained $5,000
a permanentGI
Baker. Calvin Reynolds of 0 & R, $50. it off -4 S .
insurance policy. Would I be
4 rm. unfurn. apt. 3684 Hcdrick of door assemblies
"Repairing eligible for an additional $5,000of -Yes.. Under the law, non-
St. EV 9-0766. on duct assemblies of R4D-8 aircraft" insurance, even though more real estate GI business loans Drive

. 3 rm. furn. gar apt 2636 Myra suggested by Bouge Snipesof than a ,year has elapsed since I must be repaid within 10 years. (Continued from Page 1))
St. Mrs. Howart, EV'7-2763. 0 & R for $40
was good a Your lender has the right to re
received disability rating to
to
furn. week. my donate charity in 1955. This
,2 rm. apts. $12.50 per award. quire repayment over a shorter
from VA
one-package. deal saves time and
I 1511 Bam St. EV 82407. JACK RIDLEY of 0'& R claim- period of time.
I A-No. Under the law, dls. eliminates the bother of numerous -
2 furn. apt. 2660 Forbes St. EV
ed for his suggestion of "re-
73697. $35 abled Korea veterans have only Q-I have a GI endowment other drives, it has been

claiming silver" which called for one year from the date of their policy, on which my dividends pointed out.
1 bdrm. furn. apt. Snow, 22CO
from the sides
Using scrapings have been left on deposit at in-
disability ratings to apply for All
Forbes St. EV 73697. proceeds from this consol
tanks and
and bottom of plating
GI insurance. Insurance may terest. When the policy matures, idated drive will be
4 rm. furn. apt. EV 91170. of used to meet
these scrapings on top
placing I not be if wait I will want regular monthly pay-
granted they
2776 the Navy's obligation to the Com
3 rm. furn. apt., priv. $50. the fine shavings during the melt- ments rather than all the
than money
Lydia St. longer a year. munity Chest-United Fund and

3 bdrm. house, gar. 4328 Garibaldi ing process. Q-I am entitled to three yearsof in a lump sum. Hay I receivemy the local chapter of the Navy Re-
five dollars awards! dividends in
Twenty regular monthly -
Venetia. EV 9-0731. training under the Korea OI lief Society.
went to Richard Smythe of 0 & payments, too? .
.
5 rm. unfurn. dup. apt. 3528 Cy- Bill, based on the length of my
R for his "repair of cover assem- A-No. Your accrued dividends -
St., Murray Hill. military service. Can I get all
3 press bdrm. unfurn. home. 5350 Colonial bly"; to James Nolting, of 0 & R, three years if I take on-the-job may be paid in. a lump Instrument
for a "drive punch"; to FrederickVile sum only. Flight
training?
Ave., George A. Schorr,
0 & R for "work box for
a .
2481 NW 104th St. Opa Locks, I A-U your on-the-Job trainIng Quiz Answers
carrying tools'and protex plugs"; I
Fla. is not a regular apprenticeship
and Edith Houghtaling of Supply i
4 rm. unfurn. home. $50. 5262 department, for her "identification course, the maximum you NAVY WIVESCORNER (Answers to Instrument Flight.

110th St. EV 85136. of summary adjustment in- will be allowed, under the law, Quit, Page 3)

FOR SALE is two though 1.
voices." years.even you 60- 200. Reference RAD-

16 ft. Boles-Aero trailer, $1295. do have basic entitlement for FAC$'page 216.

Lot 65, Azalea Trailer Pk. Ext. OTIS OWENS of Supply de- three. Apprenticeships, how. lax Navy Wives Club 2. 30200. Reference RADFACSpage
with a
231. partment was presented ever, are not bound by the two- Wins Two AwardsAt 216 and OPNAV 37107. '
check for his "proposed
36 ft. furn. trailer, Steward model $20 limit.
in physical facility of year the regular meeting of the 3. RADFACS. Reference RAD-
change,;:
$2500. Ex. 8283. A. L. Young. Q-If I get a GI business loan
Supply and Fiscal departmentShop Navy Wives' Club on June 1, FACS radar. .
5 rm. C. B. House, 3815 Park St. that does not involve real estate
Equity or refinance, FHA financed Stores 316." delegates who attended the 4. 800 feet- 1 mile. Reference

$52.20, Avail. July 1. A $15 check was earned by Southeastern Regional Conven- OPNAV 37202.

Chief Walker, Ext. 8321 or EV George,;: Duckworth of Supply department tion of the Navy Wives' Club in soon.
for his idea on "technical -
8-3528. Norfolk made their
report. Potluck Supper June 18
3 bdrm. home. 709 King St. EV data cards", and to Joseph t.vY ,.
For Jacksonville No. 86 the report The club voted to present Mrs.
King for "carbon shell-mill scraper -
75055. was good. The president, Cooke, leader of Brownie NAS

3 bdrm. home, FHA mortgage, for exhaust guide and remo- Mrs. Ruth Reese, accepted the Troop 154 with a ten dollar check
val of circlip and lower exhaust
$60.5143 Astral Ave. EV 9-4440.
Regional'Scrapbook award on behalf for expenses. The club-has spon.

6 rm. C. B. Home, 4399 Genoa. valve springs washer. of the,club and was presented sored this troop since 1950.

Ext. 365. Davis. Winner of a $10 award was with a beautiful plaque to put Entertainment chairman Mrs.
,
3 bdrm. unfurn. house, LakeShore Steven Schuessler, of Supply department on the clubroom wall. : Polly Lawrence, announces a
.Manchester. Mrs. who suggested "per-
Mrs. Ruth"Damon, who was potluck supper with barbecue on
Stenshorn. EV 87776.MISCELLANEOUS. manently mounting stapling machine
scrapbook chairman and is now Saturday night, June 18 for all
stitching device i on
as
,
yyL the Parliamentarian, deserves members, prospective members,
.
Want ride from Jax Thomas collator machine. A w
or car pool .. y; much credit for the time and effort and their' husbands. Everyonewill
Beach. Miss NAS Hospital +
Kinney
4"* she put into the scrapbookthat bring a covered dish or con-
Ext. 13.
made it worthy of the award. diments of some kind.'After sup
Wanted riders to help with driv- Plane Facts
Cops Membership Award per, there will be dancing in the
ing to Ft. Worth Texas
on
Jacksonville No. 86 also Navy Wives' clubhouse.
The "oldest passenger" car- 9 won
July 1. Mrs. Hare, Ext. 8244 or
EV 81433. ried recently by an airline wasa S hr Y' t 4 the Membership Award and was The next meeting will) be the

Want ride from vicinity of Ros- human skull estimated to be ,, i presented with a matching plaqueto third Wednesday of the month,

selle and Acosta St. 0730-16,00. nearly 7,000 years old. Featuresof hang' beside the one for the June 15th, in Dewey Park.

Dixon, Ext. 577 or EV 7-4826. the skull, a woman's, had scrapbook. These are the only .

been restored in plaster. It was bit two awards made at the Regional Tight clothing does not stop a

Permanent Wave A gal who unearthed at Jericho_last year, t Convention. Jax delegates to the supply department girl's circula-

signed over until September. along with six other skulls. In- Fr 1 Convention were: Mrs. Ruth tion. The tighter the clothing the

a a vestigation has produced evidence Reese, Mrs. Betty Corson, Mrs. more she circulates.

Etchings are fetching butliquor of a massacre around Ruth Daniels, and Mrs. Mary Ci-! .
ii quicker! 5,000 B.C., from which the _"'rN"- '- polla. The host club was No. 116 Some people we know think

skulls were probably derived. WHO TOOK RICHMOND in Norfolk, Va. goblets are sailor's sons
Little 'ole Kathryn Grant is Ya
"We dove down 20,000 feet and -(Planes). really a southerner despite her The air-conditioning in the a a .

all my sins flashed before me. It surname. The Texas-born: gal, TV-dining room of the Navy All women are alike, but ,they

WM so interesting I,made the pilot >i- As the bulldog aid when he sat is so currently fetchingly,featured clad in in a ,leotard Colum, Wives' Nursery: '' is being installed have different, faces I so you can

do It eight more times.." down on the' ;ana.p.s> y'Ruft.: tola's "Call 2455, Death Row. and should be in operation'tell them apart.




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