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VOL-13 No. '13 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 23 June 1955

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


Charity Drive Closes TomorrowSTILL




STILL TIME LEFT TO KEEP THE POT BOILING! Cash On Hand Now;



Totals $83,625The


MENTAL HEALTH ASf'N.CUIEN''* HOMCAP{ first Navy Jacksonville Consolidated Charity

Drive comes to a full stop at the close of working

hours Friday, June 24 I

No pledges, or collections, will be made after that time,
MULTIPLESCIERDfIf it was announced by Capt. Wellington T. Hines, Chairmanof
?MCA-YWA C i the Charity Drive Policy Board.' v
It was also revealed that the Navy to the Duval County Com
collected fund stands today at< munity Chest-United Fund, and
!: iNAV4 $83,625 slightly better than 80 the local chapter of the Navy
: percent of the $100,000 goal. The Relief Society.House.
REIIEFs WE HAVEN pledged total has reached 98.3 + .
percent of the goal.It .

1?=- has been noted that the sum Passes
on hand already exceeds the net .
Z proceeds realized from any of the
RED CROSS ucoHEART. Charity Carnivals held at the Na- Pay Raise
val Air Station in the past. The
Charity Carnival was abandonedas
too costly to produce.Not .

.10 S NM. included in the $83,625 cash For Workers
total are pledges collected in the
last day or two. Nor docs it can- i Slightly more than 1,600 class
cel the obligation of persons who .sified civil service employees in
have made pledges that are not
I the Jacksonville area will benefit
yet paid up, from paying them in
full before they leave their jobs from a pay raise if the bill, now
Friday afternoon. before the Senate, is passed.

By commands, the pledged total The House passed the pay bill, .
percentages stands as follows:Naval by a 370'3 vote, which would r
Air Reserve Training Unit, raise present salaries by 7J% per
cent across the board. The increase
140.2; Fleet Air Jacksonville, 115;
Naval Air Technical Training would be retroactive to
Center, 103; NAS Jax, 96; Naval March 1.
Hospital, 95.3; Fleet Air Wing 11, TilE 1,600 effected employeesin
82.2; and NAS Cecil FieldFleetAir this area includes,960 of NAS
Detachment, 81.8. The Increase Jax; 202 of the Naval Hosptial;
over last week's percent 109 of NATTCenter and 334 of
ages amounts to four-tenths of NAS Cecil Field, plus several
one percent.In more at scattered units.

conjunction with the drive, Previously the Senate had voted
a new 1955 Ford sedan will be for a 10 per cent across-the-board
given to some lucky eligible con increase for the white collar
tributor to the campaign. The workers. A conference betweenthe
ceremony will be held. June 30 House and the Senate is ex-
Station Lucky Contributor Will at the Dandshell at 1200. Detailscan pected to result in a compromise
be found elsewhere on this between 7J4 and 8 per cent.

Get New Auto June 30 page. THE PRESIDENT, who origin
Bus As Of .. The Jax Navy Crusade for ally recommended a 5 per cent
The grand prize of the Navy Consolidated Charity Drive, a new Charity, a one-package drive to pay hike for the classified and
1955 Ford sedan, will be given to some lucky contributor Friday, raise a fund for local charities, related workers, is not expectedto
June 25 June 30 at 1200.Ceremonies opened March 30. Its purpose has approve an increase of more
with representatives been to achieve "maximum re- than 8 per cent, and might veto .
of the Duval County Com- prior to 1300 June 29. These cards sults with minimum effort," ands a bill running to a full 8 per cent.
There will be only one on- munity Chest-United Fund and are to be kept in two separate committed to the policy that no Thee pay raise effects more
station bus route utilizingone Navy officials on hand, will be packets and arranged in numerical other campaign, solicitation or than a million government whito
bus, effective June 25, held at the Band Shell. All handsare sequence. drive will be conducted on the collar employees. It does not effect
it has been announced.The invited to, attend. The. Navy Prior to the drawing Capt. Station during 1955. per diem,.or blue collar, employees -
one bus will remainon band will be on hand provide Wellington Hines, Policy Com-; The final proceeds from this whose wage scales arc
a one-half hour schedule music. mittee Chairman, will announcethe drive will be distributed to meet based on surveys of comparablewage
completing the round trip THE WINNING ticket will be results of the drive. I' the obligations assumed by Jax scales in local areas.
of the.route in that time. picked out of the container full
The first run begins dai- of stubs belonging to all those 4ontrfbutsadaystakehomepayforaChance
ly at Albemarle and Wright I who have contributed at the recommended
Streets at 0630. It proceeds level. Only one ticket
along Albemarle to tustin will be drawn for the winner.
Circle to the Naval hospital If the ticket drawn on June 30
After circling Mustin is proved to be invalid by the w
Circle, the bus returns Charity Drive Drawing Committee
along Mustin and turns left another drawing will be heldat
at Birmingham to Alle- 1200 July 1. + c
gheny Road. From Alle- AS, IT HAS been repeated
gheny it turns right on throughout campaign, all per.
Yorktown and onward to sons who have donated to the '
Onfhfe ONE AND ONLY pRIZE
Ranger. Proceeding on Ran- fund at the recommended pay
ger, the bus goes to Enter- level are eligible to win the new JAX!NAVY CRUSADE ,FOR CHARITY
prise, then back to the 1955 Ford. :, m* COMMUNITY CHEST UNITED FUNDS NAVYRELIEF-gUfc.
. originating point at Albe- All stubs and pledge cards are
marle and Wright Streets. to be turned in to the policy committee IS THIS YOURS? Who owns this brand new 1955 Ford sedan? We will all find out come
June 30() at 1200 when the lucky winner will be announced during ceremonies at the Band Shell
The last Al chairman located in the
run ends at near the Main Administration building All who donated to the Jacksonville Navy Charity Drive,..
bemarle Wright at 2300. O & R.department, Building 101, at the recommended level, are eligible to win this car Only one ticket will be picked.
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Bird Watchers Keep Wary Schmidt Of AO School Honor Class Man -

JJt 5
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Eye On Wee MockersA Curtis Schmidt, AOAN, 'o f

Glendale, N. Y., was the honor

Published l every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air new association called The Bird Watchers Club, has been : student in Aviation Ordnance.man .
Station. Jacksonville, i'la.Copt. .
:NAS, Jsck..a.IU. formed by the NAS Jax Education and Information staff since a School Class A in last week's
i John S. Thach ____ Commanding Officer of birds took residence in the bushes behind
h Comdr. John N. Myers _... ................._ Executive Officer family mocking up graduating class.
fleet Air Ja ktBtlUe Building 955.Momma .
Rear Adm. John Perry ... J... Commander to find their He joined the Navy in July,
Poppa and their two pffspring seem
Capt. Richard O Greene Chief of Staff 1954 and here
came from
Fleet Air Wliff )Klevea home comfortable, .although it is built only waist high from the Airman
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young _... ---, Commander Preparatory School at Norman
And though traffic is heavy around their house, it ,
Comdr. Frank D. Heyer Chief Staff Officer ground. even lie has been
assigned to
Naval Air TechBleal TraUlat Center hasn't bothered,,them a bit. Nor, has the watchful eyes of passerbysand the NA.
Capt henry C. ReLon. ..._ Commanding; Officer AS, Glynco, Ga., fir duty.
Comdr. Edward W. Dishop Executive Officer the I & E office force disturbed their tranquility.Lt. t

Capt. Edward C. Kenney _Natal_ lUtpltal Commanding Officer' Hanson, Wave Representative, said the two little ones It's all right to compliment a

Capt. L. A. Newton.... .., ., ...-.. Executive. : Officer appear to be doing fine and are almost ready to strike out on girl on her ankles, but don't compliment .
NABTU
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett ..-.. Commanding Officer their own. her too highly.
Comdr. Laurence K. Stcffenhagcn ._ Executive Officer

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at-the U. S. Naval Air Station QF'F/C Eic5CL
Jacksonville I Florida I and printed commercially' with nonappropriated fundsat
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of chance at the Natal Air Station the < 44ot
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the
U.'S. Naval Hospital.
Editor-Andrew II. Tlaney
Ass't Editor-Bcda Moore- Staff Rt'porterl-Jack Holmes Till; Nancy
Ward, SN.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is i member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other r
matter except by service publications, is prohibited without permission of
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. VB
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions
8346 216 and 6164.Follow.

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Lunch served daily 1130 to

Safety Rules When 1300.

Dinner, served daily 1800 to

Swimming At The Beaches 2030. .
w
Friday, June 24-Happy Hour. 1 a talie }

Saturday, June 25-Dining end
One of the toughest jobs fora hour after eating before swim- dancing. Music by Johnny Jeli-

commanding officer to per- ming. nak and his orcrestra, from 2100
form is to write wives and 3. Stay close to the shoreline until 0100.Sunday.

parents these words: remembering always that
June 26 Sandwich
"With deep regret I officially the distance from the shore is ,
luncheon 1100 to 1700 Buffet
notify you of the death of doubled. You have to swim out ;
dinner, 1800 to 2030. ACEY-DEUCEY-Two of the large entry list of 32 players
your son/daughter (name) by and swim back. Water distanceis ponder over a move In the Acey-Deucey tournament being conducted -
accidental drowning on (date). deceiving. Monday, June 27-Club closed. this week in the Enlisted Men's Lounge at the Naval Air

You will receive details by let .4. Know your own physical Tuesday, June 28-Game night, Technical Training Center. TSgtKarl Booth and Bobby Man-
ning, AE1, roll for positions on the board.
ter. I wish to assure you of limitations and capabilities. calling starts promptly at 2030.

every possible assistance together Don't try to show off. Many prizes, giant jackpot and

with my sincere sym 5. Obey the life guards. Theyare small jackpot, club members Bill For Easy Credit

pathy in your great loss in present to provide protco- present will participate in the ,

the belief that you will be tion. They have special train- Bourbon jackpot. A special sand-

immediately interested in mak- ing and know the area where wich bar will be in operationfrom Housing Clears SenateHousing

ing burial arrangements. The you are swimming. 2100 to 0100 for those of you -

following information 6. It is safest to swim where who desire an evening snack.
units for 110,000 families -
And it's all so unnecessary.Two there are beach life guards.If Wednesday, June 29-Another administration housing bill.
enlisted men stationedat you must swim in unguarded of those economy nights. "All within three years will be The outcome in the House Is

the Naval Air Station lost areas have readily available you can eat for a dollar with refills constructed on credit, the mort- expected this week or next aft-

their lives a short time ago life preservers and life rings [ unlimited." English style gages to be paid off during the er the bill has been studied by

while swimming at Jackson- with line attached as a safety beef stew with vegetables or next 30 years out of the quarters the House Banking committeefor

ville Beach. measure. baked beans with bacon strips. inclusion in its version of
allowances of the families livingin
Following the rules of com- 7. Swim in groups. ? Thursday, June 30 Happy the administration bill.

mon sense safety precautionscan 8. Use caution at all times. hour for the gents and their la- them, if passing the Senate is An amendment made by Sen.

always be a life-saver. 9. Don't play around if you dies. Special music. any indication of the success of Byrd (D., Va.), to the military

Whenever going swimming at are not too good a swimmer. t the Defense department sponsoredbill. housing section of the bill re

the beaches remember these 10. Stay away from the Water SonAssigned To quires that BuDocks for the Navy,

points: when the breakers are Dad's Station corps of Engineers for the'Army

1. Beware of the undertow. rough and the ocean choppy. The original goal t>f 100,000 and the Air Force, .or Officer of
Another
Don't try to be brave and ig- 11. Most important of all. Navy son has joinedhis units was increased by the au- Engineering for the Coast Guard

nore it. Learn to swim, or improveyour father at his assigned station thority given the Coast Guard to must certify in case of housing for
here. Joseph Hitchcock Jr., PN3, build 10,000 units. The Coast
2. Allow a minimum of one swimming ability. the respective services, that it has
whose father Joseph Hitchcock Guard amendment actually pushed -
tion of new officers. All Person- Sr., HMC, is attached to the Naval ; the total to $1485 million. The been inspected and measures up
to
nel and dependents are invitedto Hospital, has reported for duty plan, called the Capehjirt bill, is specifications. Senate sponsors
of the bill
join this interesting organization with NAS Jax Personnel office. I included as an amendment in the hoped the amendment
and become spiritually and .. might be toned down or eliminated -
socially enriched. in the House to avoid red tape.

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CATHOLIC Tuesday, June 28 \PSSWO PUZzLE'

1900 Lutheran Instruction : .
1. y a l' V 10
Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000 Class. Chaplain Pieper. All Saints' c"otf

-St. Edward's Chapel. Chapel. .1-.a.. 1.1 '" '.. .,. III.

Saturday0800. 1900 Episcopal InstructionClass. *-ToUlCIn ; ; '
"
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Daily-0630. "- // r//
Chaplain Nickelson. Bldg. ii-nosy aUendw' .
0630 Mass at Hospital :J ::I"2'; V.b
Sunday- 563. II-noat air -- .
II-I..r.* eea otrd. /; V'h ._ =NOT
Chapel. Wednesday, June 29 IT-!Soft! food ,,-- :zs 21 / I>> // 141
MORMON\ 1930 It-Nepu,. // //
Midweek
Prayer Service so-now
There
will be
n ZI 7'21Metal a general assem-
1930 Thursday All Saints' Chaplain Pieper offers raattllU f af
a ser-
t -Perform bly meeting Tuesday, June 28, at
.
Chapel Reading Room.CHRISTIAN vice of prayer and meditationeach Sl-KUUd 1; : I' U ., I'l.u' ..1 1130 at the CPO Club at which
!>-Inune /h r// ,
SCIENCE Wednesday evening for It-Toward this time
ys :I"V.: 11 an election will be held for
1900 Tuesday MainsideC those who desire such a service. fj-.h.ltered Through side (4 V.I: president and vicepresident.This .
-OlcI french. )4f t'//
1//.1'1
Office i
apel on ramp. eoln r// //; f : is also the time to exer-
More Vets UsingGI It-D, 111*
PROTESTANTThursday .te--tnwl.d Ia., 0. ///. 'II : '''i'/// till cise your gripes and recommend-
June :23 Training Bill ations. Previous attendance has
U-Han..te'l) rs .. --- /.1: 47 'II -.,
1900 All Saints' Choir Re The VA has announced that m.( / been very low considering the

hearsal. The Choir is eager to veterans' enrollment under the It M-UuMo't Itletant l kl'1111 SO 1r tyot. sa ,a number of Era here on the sta-

welcome all interested personneland three year old Korean G.I. Bill r-eiasi...-r'N s+ 17 tion. '

their dependents. training program reached an all- akknam4' ,. Every Friday night is dance
Jl-l'art of .........,..._ !
ifW _
26 time in w night on the Have fun
Sunday, June high April, 1955, having NImb patio.
,. -- < ,4I-F.cUble MhrII
0800 Episcopal Communion increased about 10 percent over -". ",...hlll -..... /DOWN \ 'l1-nt'cral'll U-Rparta" < with the rest of the fun-loving
en 1 Container U-l-Yer7one',
Allek -
Service. Chaplain Nickelson. the previous record established in U- being '-I>rl<.t ,II time M-Keaort ( rV 40-bondsman Mountains of1 people. The band starts playingat
0930 School for December 1954 and is .t-rarent (eoIlQq.) :3-l..alhermaker U-r."dow' "t..t: Routs Am rl 1.'sMan's 2030.
Sunday agesthrough ;; now nearly -- 'T,4-llerrhMl 2S-i atinct binA u- yr -
4 Jr. High. Bldg. 804. double the figures of April, M- oumuI \ I--Symbol IMne for' 'II-Three-toed sloths '* V 4-Aabyloalall nlekname; The pool opens every day ex

0930 Service of Divine Wor 1954. s.-AecompIlsbeet-Doctib f. silver f It-Weight Ot t dUy. ti cept Monday at 1100, and the refreshments -

ship. Chaplain Griffin. This rise includes all forms of U-Oori of lots .'7--Warm Vlp e J ,.../>It-IndU Marw\1J 14-< -<(Ti> r. 1100 Service of Divine Wor training. fct-Sodium rkVirlde f *-N..u .! aka e. II-llat.>nea1 47-Uh.el tO tlli' for your enjoyment.
in-Prnlle T It-Kh l, tree <*-Rurm..M 4
i ship. Chaplain Carpenter. College enrollments rose 31,000 Bever$*. I*-KrUrtltlow JJ-Sunburn # 4a- DMH .
inks hi middle 1-Al present 14-Kmmet 1! Io.t:: :
,1I: r,1I hl/ And there's the one about the
1900 The United Fellowship to a total of 325,000. For schools itttNh 1-1.lItli.. a-n"h limb 31-Compass. rsfnl
. artkl i. I 17-Jeatlli' 51-Snn Jax sailor who rushed into a Texas -
of Protestants will hold a business below college level, the rise was I{o

meeting at Bldg. 804 for elec- 14,000 to a total of 178,000 (Answer Page 8, Col. 4) bar and yelled "fire!"
Everybody did.
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FAW-11, VP-5 VC-62, VP.IB, VW-4, Fasron 109, VF-43 Report 1t1IC.; ,




Scouting_ Jacksonville Area SlJuudrons


FAW-1L Staff .
wlather held up and so did the
Lt. Russell rnhofer, formerly
refreshments. Verdict: Party suc c
electronics officer of Fasron 115,

Trinidad, reported aboard as as- cess. .
sistant staft Electronics Officer.He This is definitely the season for

will relieve Lcdr. L. R. Heron VW-4 travel books. Whether caused by
'",V-4 colled' the first play in
as electronics officer upon the hatters __ changing duty stations, a few
detachment in July. j1 this years' game against the Hur weeks leave or just summer read-

xY; ricanes. For the seasons'opener, ing the trend on. You'veonly
goes
Lcdr. Werner C. L. Cleiter
a
s a 26-man varsity detachment was to know where you're going ,
civilian electronics scientist In the i ,
sent to San Juan, Puerto Rico in I or decide what place you wishto
Undersea Warware Division of the
A I1T a maneuver to outflank the rival"storms" read about 'for there lit
are
Naval Air Development Center, :
erally hundreds of books to
Johnsvllle, Pa. Is assigned to work
"Coached" by Lt. E. R. Morgan. choose from.Travellnr.
with the staff for his annual two-
Patrol Plane Commander of PN-4,
Car An excellent
week training cruise. By :
the aggressive squad is made up family guide for better vacationsand

Jrft." Jg) C. A. Anderson, assist- .1 of Lt. (Jg M. C. McKee, co-pilot; more pleasant movInghowto

ant gunnery and mining officer, Lt. R. W. Grill, co-pilot and navi-
plan, budget and pack; how to
has returned from a comprehensive gdtor; Lt. (Jg) T. R. Morgan, radar entertain the children and care
mining course at the W.W.C., :
navi-
air control officer and for pets; how to get the most fun
Yorktown Va.
gator, and Lt. (Jg) E. H. Bergeron and greatest educational return

Comdr. Conrad C. Bishop of Na- aerologlst. Plane captain is out of any trip.

val Air Reserve Fasron 675 at the R. D. Small, AD2, and the other

NAS Atlanta, Ga, is spending his "linemen" are S. It. Homcwood, Europe: A Journey With Pic-

annual two-week active duty tour :' .. ;a< L ALl, radioman; D. J. Baker, SN, tures: No doubt many of you
; : .. -. have similar pictures in your own
with the staff, in line with the -_ .... .-. ...- Radarman; W. C. Churchwell, A01, collections but think this .
we a
Navy's latest policy of providingfleet Ordnanceman, and Fred B. King,
WARM WELCOME-Comdr. A. L. Detweller, executive officer "grand tour" of the 16 European
Indoctrination to NAVRES- of Fighter Squadron 34, receives a warm welcome from his PH3, Photographer.The countries this side of the Iron
TRACOM reserve squadron skippers wife Lanell and daughter Patricia, 13, as the squadron returned supporting "letfermen",
from a seven months Mediterranean cruise last Saturday. VF-34 Curtain, will be enjoyed by all.
was stationed aboard the carrier USS Randolph during its cruise capained by Lt. (Jg) It V. Prestyly Quest For A Northern Air
Permanent Officer of the
------- Duty
VT-3 tinue through nf st of the sum- Route: Especially interesting to
San Juan Unit, are Arlow 1>. Brit-
Good lurk and to squadron's. Back personnel in this area is an account
good hunting mer, giving the flight VF-34 ton, AMC; Sam Hollander, ADI;

the squadron's "other half"! The crews a chance to prove themselves Charles Griffis, AD3; Murry M. of experience of the authorin

second shift of six airplanes, with as teams and working units. Featherly, AD3; Rene J. Cloutier, revising old charts of Labra

full crews and maintenance per- We bid adieu to four of thesquadron' From Med AA; Charles Ricksecker, AT2; dor and charting new ones for

sonnel has departed for Guanta- petty officers: Chiefs Charlie Scott, AE3; Norman naval' aviation.

namo Bay to take up the reins of Bobera and Bush (both, former Shows, AT3; Ellis Clover, TN; R. Rarola: Happy Island Of The

Detachment "A" in their Intensiveand leading chiefs) and P03 Chewning" E. Etheridge, HM1; Ben Dees, AM- South Seas: For those who en-

authoritative training exer- have reported to Pensacola.Chief Cruise AN; R. F. Williams, ACC; Mack joyed KonTiki this Is a "must.

cises out of that base. Horace Wilkins will reportfor Paxton, SII2; John H. Woodland, One of the group tells of the con-

InstrucUon there Involves the duty at Glynco. I After months aboard the AN; Bobby Mowery, SN; Rufus ditions and people of the island
seven
latest techniques and equipmentfor Hearty welcome too, to Junle aircraft carrier USS Randolph, Evans, SA; J. T. Burch, SD3; and where the raft was wrecked.

the squadron's primary ASW Philips, AL2, James Thomas from operating with the Sixth Fleet in R. J. Roux, AN.Periodically Rolling North: Wonderful read-

mission. The activity will con- NAS Jax; Chief Harold' Lanler the Mediterranean, NAS Cecil as the contest ing but we'd hesitate to imitate

from .VP-2-i; Kenneth Vincent Field based Fighter Squadron 34 grows hotter, new "platoons" will the long, arduous trip to Alaskain

from NATTC Memphis; William arrived home last Saturday.The be sent into the Caribbean "field"to a home-made trailer. (Ohthose

Why I Decided Morse, A1C1, from the Boston Receiving officer Comdr. keep a fresh team moving towards mountains and that frail looking

Center, and Edward Wick- commanding trailer!)
Last
the goal. year's score
To Reenlisll"It's Frank O'Brien led his squadronof
Icy, TN, from Barin Field. proved VW-4 had the spirit by Miami, U.S.A.: Your visit to the
14 Banshees from the Randolph -
all the for I'm total of 67 weather city be if
way me, off the coast of Virginia racking up a can more interesting
in for twenty. So says Tom- VC-62 flights with 17 of these encountering you read this account of its his-
after being weather
delayed by
mie Harris, Stewardsman attached Detachment 38 from the USS conditions. hurricane force winds. The tory from very primitive begin-

to the Senior DOQ, in Randolph became"the second: from "Hurricanes" scored four times
expressing his viewpoints for the, squadron to return in 1955= While in the MediterraneanVF34 eight attempts. wealthy playground.Look .

shipping and set a precedent as the first visited ports in Spain, .
over.
Who's Abroad Now: Forgay
to bring back more aircraft than France, Algeria, Portugal, Greece, Fasron 109
"With the advantages entertainment is Earl Wilson's -
I took. Sicily, and Turkey and partici-
they
The squadron lost three men
amusing reaction to his European
the] and four flew pated in several NATO training
The planes pilots
r 1S last week. They were... Raymond vacation.
Navy offers, XJ in June 18. The rest of the group, operations. Lambruno, RMS; and Cecil lIen-
S Logbook For Grace In
1912
consider myself with the exception of five who practice hops in preparation for drick, AE2, who returned to West and air mail were: in the the.radio

lucky to be apart were retained at Norfolk for discharge the Operational Readiness Inspection Virginia, and Richard Rea, AE2, oretical class. This is a young

of it. It's: was airlifted to Cecil late who returned to New Jersey.
slated for the first part of naturalist's way of writing to the

a good deal!,"j that night. Banshee July. Besides flying every day Tentative plans are being made bride he left at home while he
The extra was pickedup
added Harris.j in Port during the and the other crew requirements for an AU Hands party, which will traveled on a whaling brig in the

who shipped Lyautey and necessary to prepare for an ORt, take place some time in July. Leon Pacific and to the edge of the
last of carrier operations,
over for six] days the crews are attending classeson Wilson, ADC, and Robert Hudson Antarctic. A delightful book, withan
will be welcome addition to the.quadron's
more. Harris a recognition guaranteed to teach are busy looking Into all the de idea you might copy for a full
"stable".
He was joined in his sentiments them the difference between Am- tails. The squadron Softball team record of next
continued ata your sea duty.
by Junior Minchew, Squadron growth erican and Russian airplanes or is now sporting an 8 and 1 reC-
h rapid rate with 21 new men reporting Shopping All Over The World:
Teleman third class, w c submarines.The g
aboard and only four dis ord.The To save your time, money and Indecision -
the factors of civilian
weighed VP-18 workshop closed squadron intramural golf
charged. Arrivals were AA's Harold when you shop for these
life as versus the Navy life down early last Friday afternoon team has shown Improvement with
Shook, Rober Reed, Chester gifts you always bring home.
and decided to reenlist for another as all hands attended a squadron Comdr. Robert Williams, commanding -
Phelps, Wilburn Nelon, Ellis Lee,
six years. Minchew is attached party at the "Anchorage". The officer and Lt. (jg)' Wil- lIam Blackmon, taking their
Jr.
Russell Hush, James Holt ,
to NAS Communications. matches and Lt. (jg) Edward Con-
Anthony Ellul, Harold Daniels, Le- .

n Admitting- land Biggs, John Dell,Wilton Hall, I 'Champ'Acquires New Skipper I II nell gaining.a spilt. '.

ri that the reenlistment Harold Baas, Samuel Cox, Adonis VF-43

Butler, Delbert Ammerman, Romeo -
: bonus ZunIga, and Andrew CudJ The "Champ" has a new" com commanding officer for the past The squadron is completing its

I I was one of the Charles Souhern, Jr., ADI; Ray manding officer.Capt 12 months, which included a six field carrier work this week, in
factors Involved James H. Jr. took months tour with the Sixth .
Riley, PH3, and Terrell Cannon, FlaUey Fleet preparation for a two-day qualification
Minchew, others to over the helm of the ttircraft: in the Mediterranean. lie has cruise aboard the USS
Jr., AK2, were report
j;|however, said carrier USS Lake Champlainfrom been ordered to report to Com- Lake Champlain. This cruise will
aboard.
*l"After that .* Capt. Edward A. Hannegan mander Fleet Air Jacksonville wind up a very Intensive training

money is gone, VP-18 during change of command cere- temporary duty on the Staff. period for the squadron. In the

m._- ....."Pyoil still have A couple of month ago when monies Wednesday afternoon. The new skipper past three months the squadron
toItn'hew
-a time
long
VP-18 got its new P2V-7's the pilots Home basedAt Captain completed all competitive exercises
serve. A guy for fiscal 1955 and also completedand
got a touch of that disease the Mayport
is )
has. to be sure its the right Flatley a.: received an excellent in yearly
This
choice, I believe mine is." known as "Jet Jockeying" carrier basin, 1929 Naval Administrative Personnel inspec
past week these crazy, mixed up
"I like my liberty. The Navy kids came down with a case of the "Champ" is Academy grad- tIon. The hard work and high morale -

offers some of the best liberty single -engine plloUUs. They've a 40,000 ton Es- uate and has 41 displayed by all hands during

ports in the world, You travel been flying formation hops with 'sex Class car- been a naval I. this period largely contributed to
and at the same time enjoy the squadron's success.
five or six planes in the fonna- rier. She was aviator since
that blessed security. In civil- tion. Throttle Jockeying a 40-ton I The Fighting Falcons' Softball

ian life if a guy has a yen to P2V-7 around the air is no real first commissioned P. 1931 For a Capt. Flatley team is not boasting about their

see these far off places, all he pleasure!! ,though, as TP-18's: pilots in 1945 ,Capt. Hannegan year, from 1940! to 1941, he was 8 lost and 3 wins, butthey> do

can do is dream about them, will tell' you now. and' saw combat during the Ko- Administrative aide to the Com 'bet they have the only; ball team

because he's tied >down to his AU this mixed up flying has a rean conflict. manding Officer, Naval Air Station 1 in the league with the "Skipper"of

job," added Minchew. purpose, though. Thesis hops are Captain Hannegan' has been Jacksonville, Fla. [ the squadron as the star pitchers



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Polio Insurance f
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" Plan Open For



! New Membership


Civilians at the Naval Air Sta- A neat Wave is an attractive
tion may within the next few Wave.

weeks purchase insurance policiesfor Just for the kicks, reader, how

protection from poliomyelitisin does your'appearance rate lately?
the amount of $10,000.The Can you claim 4.0 rating or do
enrollment period has been you hold down the cellar bracket?
scheduled from June 27, 1955, to Just because we're a member of

July 15, 1955: : the effective date this man's Navy, let's not lose our
of the new policies being: 14 days neat appearance.A .
after anniversary date of the
limpy wilted uniform can't
station group, July 25, 1955. Renewals -
be compared with
remain in current force if a freshly
. 'W"' ",']11' starched blouse or a nicely iron-
made during this period. Applications -
together with premiumsmay MANAGEMENT CONFAB-This group is representative of some 300 civilian supervisors who ed gray. Results are worth the extra
be submitted to the depart- are meeting with Industrial Relations staff members in conferences on management. At the two- ,effort. A proud Wave* s a
hour sessions held three times a week, line management and the Industrial Relations staff iron well-groomed Wave: The admiring -
ment representative or to the Em- out problems which will result' in more effective administration of civilian personnel matters. which
ployee Relation Office, Industrial glances come her way
Relations Department, Building Part Of- Set- ProgramSupervisors insure the fact that she is tops

907. Credit UnionTo from head to toe.

TIlE INSURANCE pays for .
sickness correctly diagnosed as IUD Confer Finance All aboard, and don't forget

poliomyelitis up to an aggregateof your swim suits! Tomorrow the
'$10,000 for each family mem- New AutosThe bus leaves the Barracks at 1700

ber or individual, for the treat- On Management ProblemsCivilian Jax Navy Federal Credit for one of the biggest and best

ment and care expenses as fol- Union is now financing new .Wave outings planned A picnicto

lows: hospital, medical, iron lung, automobiles for its members, it top all picnics. That's what
and transportation. supervisors of the Naval Air Station have been meetIng June 24 holds in store for all
announced this week.
To a single subscriber, the pro- with the Industrial Relations Officer and his staff for the past was servicewomen and their guests
tection will cost $2.75: per year two weeks in a conference pertaining to management problems. Joseph O'Connel, the credit e
union president, stated that, at
(less than six cents weekly; for Purpose of these informational Compartment Cleaner: Racke-
the Industrial Relations officer only\ be-
present, new cars are
._ discussions is to help keep all
family coverage including em- teer, or personnel-maid? .That's
top level supervisors meet periodically ing financed.A .
ployee, wife, and all unmarried levels of supervisory manage- the question!
children up to age 21, the premium ment informed on Navy and Sta- with the commanding officer down payment of one- Just what is the job of a com-

will be $6.50 per year (less than tion Industrial Relations policies, interest.on station matters .of common third is required. The balance, partment cleaner? Is it to stay

13 cents weekly). plans and procedures.The along with collision and comprehensive around the barracks, trying to
EMPLOYEES; renewing or sub- discussions, attended in These informational confer- insurance, is finan- look busy for a few hours and
mitting new applications must use groups of 25, also provide a means ences are a part of the Station's ced over a period of 24 months. then taking off on liberty? Or is
personal check: bank or postal Supervisor Development Pro Loan applications avail-
for supervisory personnel to contribute are the compartment cleaner's job
money order in the amount of the their ideas and suggestions gram. e able in the credit union office one of a personnel maid, cleaningand
appropriate premium with their on Industrial Relations sub- in Building 40. The office is picking up after 130 Waves?

application, payable to the insurance j ccts. Set Policy Of open from 1100 to 1630 Mon- Shipmates, both answers are
and not to the Sta-
company day through Friday.
Scheduled times
three a year, wrong! Your barracks compart-
tion Polio Group the present session will conclude Selection For I ment cleaner has a woman-sized
Following are departmental rep- sometime in with I'
July, job to do. Her servIces a per-
resentatives: Dorothy Far a d y, approximately 300 supervisors WWII Captives sonnel maid aren't included in

Overhaul and Repair; Theodosia O. having attended. Two hour Overseas Duty I Reminded Of her" Navy billet.

Kennedy, Louise Bell, Rosalie sessions are held three timesa Selection of personnel for for- She is in charge of keeping the
Potts, Jeanette Reilly, Public week.It Foreign Claims public areas in a Barracks ship-
Works Lillian Norris, Supply; eign duty will,primarily be basedon
; is anticipated that this con- shape. A detail like this calls for
Elizabeth Fennell, Fiscal; William tinuing two-way means of com- professional military qualifi- Repayment of bank accounts of scrubbing, buffing, washing, and
H. lIardin, Jr., Security; Donna munications between line man- cations, Department of Defense American citizens and members.I polishing. There is more than

Lee Cashwell, Administration; agement and Industrial Relations directed last week. of the United States Armed enough cleaning to do during an

Raymond B. Datres, Industrial department staff will result in a Forces taken by the Japanese eight hour day. The appearanceof
Relations. "An equitable distribution of during the occupation of the
more effective administration of a barracks is her responsibility. -
foreign duty assignments, bothon
e Philippines has been authorizedby
civilian personnel matters.In But it is also your duty to
desirable and undesirableareas Public Law 744, approved by do your share. Put coke bot-
addition to conference withU your
New ClothingList among all members of a the President on August 31, 1954. tles in the proper racks, your
particular service will be of secondary of this law.
ashes in the ash-trays and trashin
importance. When these
The Commission urges eligi- the baskets. If we all work as
two, factors are equal, the num-
Has bles to request application forms a unit, who knows, even our com-
ber of dependents will be con-
sidered, Defense stated. from them before the deadline partment cleaners might have
which the Law sets at August 31, time for a "coffee break."
Lawmakers have contendedthat 1955. The address is as follows: e .
Few the dependency factor should 7th & E Streets N.W.
ChangesIndividual Washington Question of the Week How
: can
((1f Armed Forcti Press Serdce) receive greater consideration. 25, D. C.
I be
'The Rack," a TV drama which Many travel dollars would be happy in my job?

clothing items for deals with the return of an Army saved by reducing overseas ship- Those who should know Answer: It's a toughie, lassies.If .
Navy' enlisted men and Wavesare officer and his court martial on ment of officers and men with love is the of say you like your job naturally
puppy beginning
going to cost about the same charges of collaborating with the large families. dog's life. a you will be happy. If you don't,
for the next fiscal year as they enemy in Korea, has created a lot then it presents a problem.

have for the last twelve months, of discussion and is destined for Have you given yourself a
according to new price lists to be I the movies. The screen adapta- a k 1S chance to like your work or have

effective July 1. Slight changes, tion will be called "Court Mar S + you begun with a bitter a feel-
mostly in nickel and dime cate- tial" t ing? Make yourself become in-

gories, have been noted. Paramount theater's Tiew Vista dn- terested in your work no matter

New initial clothing allowancefor Vision, screen, s y how boring it may seem. Look at
ti a .
male enlisted will be $155.80 Installed for the o +, n,. .. the problem realistically. Make

and $234.75 for Waves, a drop of: N.Y. world premiere the best of it.

$3.10 ,for men and a 40 cent cut of "Stra- Take a pride in doing what you
for enlisted women. Monthly tegic Air Com- do well-or not at all. Show peo
maintenance allowances remain mand," projects ple you've got what it takes. Be

$4.20 basic and $6 standard for Y- an image 64 4$ pleasant, efficient, and conscien-
both male and female enlisted. feet wide by 35. r4444 tious and your next job will prob-
Biggest price cut in enlisted feet highthe' ably be the one you've been wait-

men's clothing was khaki shirts, world's largest.In ing for.
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which dropped by 40 cents to case you'reInterest __ .

$1.95 per shirt, while blue flan- \ Bill Would Bar Claim
nel shirts jumped upward from Lli Taylor **, the next edition -
$6.60 to $7.25.Today's of the Fol- :- : Of Non-Dependents
lea Bergere revue in Paris will

Short Story: Women reportedly cost $130,000. Rep.Indemnity Olin E. Teague Legislation(D.-Tex.)

bathers are just wearing enoughto Funnyman Andy Griffith, who has Introduced a bill in the House,
cover where they should ge t. drew notices when he drawled his which would prohibit the brotheror

tanned for wearing so little. way through a comic monologue sister of a servicemen from
e record called "What It Was, Was collecting the $10,000 free indemnity

The husband who knows where, Football," has been signed to play GO UP ONE RANK-Three officers receive congratulations upon his death, unless ac-
his wife keeps her nickels has: the, hillbilly hero, Will Stockdale, on their promotions from Capt. Henry C. DeLongr, commanding tually dependent on his support.
nothing' on the husband ,who I in the Broadway production of: officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Center. From leftareLt The bill, HR 5485,, has been referred -
the novel :"No Time Paul Pieper, CW03 Robert McCauley of Aviation Ord-
'knows where the maid's quarters beat-selling to the ,Committee on Vet
nanceman School, and Lt. Harry. Ferrier., a student at Naval Air'.
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'are. For Sergeants. Weapons System School. erans .Affairs. (AFPS)



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I J 'Conditional' Discharge-




SALTY HUMOR FROM Credits Clarified By VA


HERE AND THERE Veterans Administration has ruled that "conditional" discharges

S granted to servicemen only to enable them to change military

O&R Worker: "I know a place MMf status need not bar them from building up further entitlement

where the women don't wear I to education and training under the Korean GI bill.

hardly anything except maybe Instead, veterans may continueto
a
he active
though may stay on
I accrue GI training time up to
string of beads once in a while. duty longer.
+ the end of the period they originally
PW Worker: "Where is that? I : ENTITLEMENT to educationand
were obligated to serve-
O&R Worker: "Around their training under the KoreanGI
necks." usually two years in the case of
S those drafted, and three years for Bill, VA explained, is figuredat
one and one-half times the
Lcdr.: "Honey, now that we're, those who enlisted. length of allowable military serv-

married, don't you think I oughtto I TilE RULING also cleared up ice, up to a maximum of 38
take out accident two other} points-when men and
an policy"Mrs. months of training.The .
women on active duty must be-
.: "Look, sugar, you got me serviceman who accrued
gin their GI training, and when
all wrong. I ain't that danger- entitlement during his two-year
training must come to an end.
ous. service period, then would be en-
.0 x Korean GI training must start,
titled to three full years of train-
VA ruled, within three years from
The 0 & R sailor picked up a ing-the maximum.
date serviceman receiveshis
the
a
telephone and dialed a number. Although he would stop accruing -
"unconditional"
"Hello, baby, this is Gideon" first discharge entitlement at the end of
release after 31 1955a
"Who?" asked the girl. "I can't I or January the two-year period he originallywas
type that would allow him to
understand you. obligated to serve, his start-
return home to civilian life.
"Listen," said the sailor. "It's
ing deadline three years from
Gideon-G for gin, I for ice, D for ''''''n''mnn'nn''n'' I The. training benefits stop eight discharge or release-would not
AQUACADE PERFORMERS Just before starring In the years from the date of his first"unconditional"
drink, E for excess, 0 for off
be measured from this point.
held at the Officers' Club
Aquacade swimming pool yesterday, release from ser-
duty, _and N for nothing to do. these four lovelies help each other prepare for the event. The ice, or by January 31, 19G5, which- INSTEAD, jt would be meas-
Get that?" Aquacade, presented by Mr. Josl Mayo, assistant pool director ured from the date he receivedhis
"Well, I still don't know who featured precision swimming, fancy diving, ballet and skits. Ledto ever date comes earlier. first "unconditional" dischargeor
right are Lila Newton, Jean Newton, Jean Ellenburg and Sandy A LAW enacted four months
are, replied the girl. "But it
you Knapp, all daughters of station-based officers. release. Assuming he received
sounds interesting. So come on : ago, permits servicemen on ac such a discharge on May 25, 1957,
over." tive duty on January 31, 1955 to his thrce-ycflrs-to-start would be

? 10 Cards SAFETYBox earn GI training entitlement up computed from that date. Or, he
to the date of their "first discharge
Beach: A place where -
a girl would have to begin GI trainingby
goes in her baiting suit. Score or release from such serv- May 25, 1960, at the latest.

Laminated ice. And, since training must end

In the chow line I really was Disabling Injuries Through In its ruling, VA declared that"conditional" eight years from discharge or by
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gypped. Tuesday, June 21 discharges should January 31, 19G5, whichevercomes
Writes a sailor in quite a shaky This Month 1 not serve to put an end to the earlier, this veteran 'would

script.I By Order This Year 8 accrual of GI training time. "Conditional" not be permitted to train beyondthe

inched toward the door Days Since Last discharges usually arc 1965 date. In his case, thatis

For an hour or more, Lost-Time Accident 12 granted to permit a servicemanto the date that would come first.
Lamination of Military Identi- commission officer .
accept a as an -
But
before I got in, I was ship- fication cards for
military person- or warrant officer, or to re-
ped. SS. nel on a big scale is under way Solons Propose Bill 'enlist in the regular active serv- oes-Type Pilot .
at a new location, Transient Per-
ice. These discharges do not give
I In the spring a young man's sonnel Separations Section i For Return Homo Pay him the right to leave the armed Training Program '

fancy turns from one dame. thing Building 912. A bill to provide for advance forces for civil life; therefore, I

after another. With a BuPers directive mak- payments of pay and allowancesdue .I they are "conditional," not "un To attract more college grad-

:ing this process obligatory, the to members of the Armed conditional." uates into their aviation program
project has become vast in scope. As an example of how servicemen both the Navy and Marine Corps
Forces for their return home after
I DATA IRE I All activities in the area includ- may build up GI entitlement, have announced new pilot training
FROM ing retired personnel as well as release from active duty has been VA cited the case of a man who courses for the near future.

that aboard ships are extendedthis introduced into the Senate by Senators entered the service for a two- Closely paralleling the Officer

The development of civilization service, according to R. N. I Richard B. Russell (D.-Ca.) year period on December 1, 1954. Candidate School program, the

from the so-called cave man to Fields, PNC. and Leverett, Saltonstall (R.- This week he received a "condi Navy's plan brings the college
tional" discharge to accept a com- graduate an ensign commissionin
Several reasons are behind the
our present complicated way of Mass.). The measure would au-
order for lamination. It has been mission. Despite this discharge, aviation after four months of
life is indeed and thorize the to be made
a long compli- payments
noted that many minors have he will continue to accrue GI pre-flight training at Pensacola,
cated story. been changing the dates of birth. prior to departure from the last training time up to December 1, Fla. Regular training will be

The relationship between the S duty station without regard to the 1956, the end of his obligated given after he earns his first commission -

two is very close in their basic Because security stowage for actual performance of such travel. two-year service period even I

objectives, namely the individual ID cards to be laminated is not ..r-rfe..., .. w.- .--..-....,_.....,.., .'4 ."..5" .S-,.....' ....1.',. i t.. --,.., ..'

desire to continue in existence.It available in Building Q12, the individual -
is asked to wait while
is interesting to visit the habi- E r
his card is processed. Since the
tat of our primitive ancestor and minutes '
lamination takes three '
observe his simple methods for and since two cards can be proc- ,-. x Sn

the continuity of life. essed at once, the time of wait-

liE LEARNED that stones havea ing should not be long, the Chief .'' .
out. One individual may
pointed
great many uses and that wood
bring several cards as long as he t
could be adapted to a great many waits for them. Yard mail cannotbe

purposes; He was careful to havean used for this service. 4 k.. ', +
ample supply of stones and 4 : S

wood constantly at hand for The bare lamination process is a <3

what ever use he had. the only service offered here. The 91 _

Carved in the walls of his cave i cards must be complete with in-

are simple illustrations describ- formation and photograph before
ing his way of life from the hunt I they are acceptable. All photo- I

for food to the manner in whichhe graphic work in connection with e ,y

protected his cave. From his and the distribution of
cards
the .., _...
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tools and his pictures, and from the completed photographic workis J' '" v"'r"" -
other remains, we have learned a accomplished by the Opera- NEBULAE NATATORS-Swimming: stars of the future gather around In the tiny tots class for
Pool at' the Naval Air Technical Training Center. From .
beginners in the Navy Exchange right are
deal of his of life.
great way tions Department Photographic Melanie Foos, Diane Cooke, Pamela Woodside, Bobby Ducca, Gerd Bishop, Steve Grayson, John I
WE LEARN that be stored his Laboratory. Cards not in -all re- Foos, Garland Trussell, Edward Bishop, Gloria Sue Porter, Michael Koch, Tony Grayson, and Mar
simple tools and weapons. We spects ready for lamination will tha Trussell. *

also learned that he constantly be returned to unit of origin for

studied at his and means practiced for defense at huntingand ; he completion of primary prepara- I Navy Bans Bingo Where Laws ProhibitThe I I

tion.Delivery
had to in order to live. So that cannot be accepted at
our modern civilization may sur- times near the closing or work- Navy has issued an order bling and lottery, under which cat- bidding playing of bingo at any

viva the storage of material and ing hours as the process cannotbe banning the playing of bingo at egory bingo Is usually listed). Marine Installation,.resulting from

weapons and the constant study completed and cards returned. all installations in "any state, dis- Ending of bingo games Is expected a ruling by the attorney general

and practice in their use is re- Lamination involves the warm- trict or territory," where the gameIs to be a blow to the financesof that bingo games are not legal in ,- ,

quired. ing up of machinery which can- prohibited by law. many clubs, including Officer states where gambling IM prohib

For information on care and not be accomplished at short no- According to Supers 5800, bingo and CPO. Bingo is also widely Ited.The II

storage of materials and for guid- tice. Persons making, late requests games may still operate wherever used to raise funds for charity, Defense Department which

ance on the use of tools and wea- will! be? asked to return' at the !local laws permit.. There are few and Navy'ReUet.' Is still studying the ruling.reached

pons; visit the Information'' and beginning'' of working ''hours 'the o( the ,latter.Florida The Navy prohibition follows April 29, has not yet issued .n
state laws forbid closely aMarinetCorp3 order for- across-the-board directive.T .
Education. Center, Building'953. following work day. ( gam-

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i Huge Squad Out For Glidewell Hurls 2 NoHittersAs



6ND Tourney Nine As Closes Title Gap


It looked like the good head coach Frank McCaf

old days at Mason Field this frey and assistant coach Sixteen games remain to be played as time runs abort in the .

(Personnel are invited to visit week as baseball hopefuls Chuck Dawson, agree the taunside intramural Softball league, with VC-62 still at the top with
prospects look good. an unblemished slate of 12 wins and no defeats.VO978 .
the USO Servicemen's Club at 37
turned>ut some CO strongto .
Candidates for --- -- -
West Monroe St. The Club is positionson ace-on-uie-mouno, Don
open
vie for berths on the the team hail from all The pace setters added win No.
from 0900 to 2310 daily) : Glidewell, continued his masteryof
12 with a 6-2 verdict
over an
in the aboard
commands based
Jacksonville
Thursday, June 23-2000, Dan-! Navy entry the opposition as he recordedtwo improved ComFairJax unit
the Sixth Naval District the station. '
class. no-hitters last
cing
week plus a
Friday June 24-2000, water-I' Baseball Tournament to be As soon as the final two-hitter. Glidewell set down Holding on to second position,

melon party.Saturday held in August at Pensa- squad is picked, a local Fleet Air Wing Eleven without a Hospital exploded for a 20-0
schedule will be arrangedto thumping'?' of Supply in a fire-
June 25-Beat the cola.Although bingle as his mates pounded out
Clock Class. it is too early get the players in shape inning tussle.Operations
Language a 11-0 win. The VC-62 ace did
Sunday June 26 Dunking to foretell just how strong for the Sixth ND tourna- kept up its fine record -
the same to VF-43, as the leaders
Round Table, free coffee and donuts the final squad will be, both ment. triumphed 11-0. of 10-2 by whipping Communications

then of to church with jun- 5-3. Operations' two
ior hostesses; 1730 communitysing. losses came at the hands of VC-62

Vespers free refreshments; Rods andNimlrods and Hospital.In .

2009 free. movie. ;; rfl4y other encounters Fasron 109

Monday, June :7 Ping Pong beat VW-4, 20-16; FaetuLant beat

and Song Fest. NARTU, 7-6; VP-5 ,nosed out Com
Joe Davis of 0 & n'and his
Tuesday, June 2S Games FairJax, 7-C; and VP-18 eked outa
Night. family enjoyed a good day's fISh- i-0 win over Communications
ing on the St: Johns River over
Wednesday, June 29-Dancing MAIXSIDE STANDINGSW.
the weekend. They used worms
... to music by the NATTC Serena- ,'. ..Y+ 4 L. Pet.
and crab meat for bait and boat-
dcrs.Jankunjs. VC-62 _....__._ Is 0 1000
ed 50 bream.
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Hospital .12 1 .tS
Farry Lamza of 0 & R did
Operations _.. l' 2 .808
GentryHurl salt water this
... some good fishing Patron 109 ._..._.. 8 4. ."6
past weekend 0 n, Clapboard NAKTU _.__ 8 IS .615
Wilts For Creek He caught a three pound
Vl'-18 'J IS .581
speckled trout on live shrimp. VW-4 _.._ G I .545

Maroon" & GoldFlossy N. C. Andrews of .b & Rand ,wv. ): y ., VP-5 ..........._....w 7 6 .538

I his wife boated 33 stump knockers ., FA\\-11 ...._._.. 6 6 .500

pitching performances and shell crackers, and 12 .-, 4 ,.. ?rc. FAETU IS 6 .Ut
croakers. They used crab meat ComFairJax 8 7 .16
by Frank Jankunis and Bill Gentry
brought a pair of victories for and cane poles in Doctor's,Inlet. Personnel ?_._ 4. 8 .SSS

the NATTCcntcr baseball nine I IL L. KING and Bob Shecsc of VT-1C _......_.. 4. '.8.sS! ,

in the City League as Jankunisset I O & R really had some fun with r Ace" +'i VF-43 ..?.......?_... 4. II .sSS
down Trump ConstructionCo. I their fly rods and spinning tackle Communications 4. 8 .sG1

this weekend. .............
4-0 and allowed only I past They caught Supply. ? 2 10 .166
Gentry NEW UNIFORMS -The next time you see the Naval Hospital
one run as the Maroon and Gold I five nice black bass in the St. Softball team members take to the field, notice their fine new nOQ .._._..__... 1 16 .088
defeated the Cadets, 9-1. I Johns River over the grass beds uniforms, considered to be the class of the league. Capt. EdwardC. .
near Riverdale; they used artifi- Kenney, commanding officer of the Hospital was on hand personally
The wins gave NATTCenter to see that the team was properly outfitted. Captain Ken- Scarbrough Wins
three straight victories and theyare I cial baits such as the yellow sally ney (right) Issues uniform sweater to Jack Vecielle, IIM3, third-
I and Johnson spoon. sacker. Luci HMS catcher left Art
Laid ( ), and first baseman
tied for first without
now place -
Sparks, IIM1 already have donned theirs. Publinx
Comdr. Henry of ComFairJax Berth
a loss in the second half of
play. Last night they were sched- boated nine bass this weekend at

uled against VFW Post 1GG9 at Doctor's Inlet and had a big time Crackerjax Maintain Jacksonville Navy golf team

Woodstock.Now. doing it. lie used live shrimp for member Bill Scarbrough won a

Tied For First bait. berth on Jacksonville's National

Next Tuesday the SailorMarine Francis J. Wagner of PWD and City Loop Supremacy. Public Links team for the second

nine plays the Post Nine Robert Brown of 0 & R spent the straight year has he posted a 149

Generals at Woodstock. weekend at Lake Delancy. They Jax Navy's Crackerjax: remain unbeaten second half round I in the 36-hole qualifying roundon

Jankunis was in rare form as boated 11 nice black bass. Wag competition of the Girls City League as they posted a 17-7 tri the Brentwood Course.

he set the Trumps down in quick ner hooked a big bass on a plug umph over State Farm Insurance. The former Naval Air Station

fashion, allowing only one hit and and it broke his line and got Diana Fitzpatrick made her first I and City champion, who advanced
.. fanning 15. batsmen. Mel Wil- away. 'They used shiners and alive in the'fifth to tally three i to the semi-finals in last year's
start the mound for the
liams and Leo Keller producedthe plugs for bait.: on times,, added four more in the I National Public Links meet, card-

hits that won for NATTCenter. BED NEAL of 0 & R boated Crackerj an impressive one. sixth and topped it off with a two ed two eagles in his qualifying

three nice bass on his spinning The Girls in Blue had little trou- run rally in the seventh. I round. He eagled the 448yardpar

In Sunday's game on Mason tackle in Santa Fe Lake, the larg- ble as they picked up an early Fran the hill five 5th hole and the 447-yard
Gray opened on I
est weighing in at four pounds, par five llth hole.
Field received lead and comfortable
Gentry good support were against the Scouts, and was relieved -
in the field and at the plateas three ounces. throughout. They tallied eight by Ellen Carlson. I Scarbrough joins Edwin Jenkins
his mates collected 12 blows. Robert Feco, Red Neal of 0 & who chalked up a 141 to
times in the fourth to ice the Now boasting of a 16-4 record;
Two Big turnings R ,and Mrs. Feco and their -.on, lead the candidates, and Ralph
... .. Two, big innings cinched the Russell, caught 30 bream. )Mrs. fray. / the Crackerjax wil face a tough; Ghioto, who tallied a 145-

game with Mel Young's hit in the Feco caught a six pound bass us- Hanson stan Pepsi Cola combine Monday The Public Links tournamentwill
at 2100 at Brentwood Park.
night
first frame helping out. ing a shiner for- bait, and the son, Third sacker Shirley Hanson be held July 9-11 at Indianapolis
. In an exhibition game Friday age 11, caught two pound, four had a perfect night at the plate Crackerjax Schedule Indiana.
night NATTCenter defeated the ounce bass. with four bingles in four trips, Monday, June 27, 2100 .

Jacksonville Beach. Seabirds of Best times for fishing this weekend including a round tripper. Brentwood Park Crackerjax j. A sweet young thing was
vs. Pepsi-Cola.
the North Fonda League, 11-9, are as follows: Last Thursday night in an ex- watching some sailors drill. A rifle .
Wednesday, June U, ISI. .
with Moon Mullins and Bob Rad- Saturday June 5-4445 to taU hibition encounter, the Cracker- I volley rang out. With a scream
Murray Hill Crackerjax: vs.
loft doing the mound chores for -1(30 .. 2000. Jax proved that this stuff about the lovely lady shrank back into
Cannon Barber
Coach Chuck Dawson's team. Sunday, June 26-4500 t. 0900 being the weaker sex is not so, Shop.. I. the arms of a young sailor.

Bill Richards is leading the -11" to ZOO,. as they bested the visiting Ex- "I've got a job at the Cafe la "Oh!" she exclaimed, blushing.

NATTCenter batting (not including (This column Is for all hands. plorer Scouts, 9-6 under the Pou Morte as a feature enter "I was so frightened by the rifles. '

practice games) with a fat Reports fishing can to tent'dlrectly lights at Enterprise Field. tainer. I Won't you please forgive me?"

.389 average. Dick Hukka of Na- .. lax Air News or .. Bob Defeat Boy Scouts' "Do you go on with a band?" I "It's all right the sailor assured

val Air Weapons System School, Brown, accessories division, 0 ft The Crackerjax saw themselves "No the police insist I wear I her. "Lets' go over and

a newcomer to the ranks, is sec- B, extension,525). behind at the outset, but came more than that. I II watch the big gpis."
ond with .384, and Young is in I


third The spot averages with: .333.ARM Aye. NARTU Retains Slim IM Links Lead SCUTTLEBUTT


Richards ( 31 12 ,38'

Hukka IS 5 ,38t Competition stiffens in the in last week's results. j sonnel I. 12 pts; FAWTU, 11 pts;

Young 45 14 .313 Mainside intramural golf Play in the loop is based on VC-62, 9tt pts; Operations, 4 ft

Boyko 50 16 .32t league with NARTU holdingon handicap system Handicaps are pts; FAW-11-& pts; Hospital,

Campbell 41 15 .319 to a slim lead over nine .compiled from 10 rounds of golf 7W pts; VP-18 5% pts; Special

CnlbrethYonngblood U 13 .309 other contestants. played over 18 holes, with the total Services, S pts, and Fasron 109,
I
4& It .310 NARTU leads the pack with 14 score averaged against par. I 3tt pts.
Dornath 34 9 .294 points, with Personnel close be- Each team sends out six: men Golf Schedule

I Williams 58 It .%4% hind with 12, followed by FAW- for,each match, with six points as Monday, June 27

'Gentry 1&.u% TULANT with 11. the highest possible total Indi- Special Services vs. Hospital; r

Jankunis 11 3 .1&0 The Reserve Unit trounced vidual winners of each match are Personnel vs. VP18.Wednesday 4"Don't

Keller 50 I .160 FAW-11, 4% to 2V4; VC-62 beat awarded one point, and the pointis June 29YC62

Radloff 10 I .100 Operations, 3H to 2"4; Personnel split if the players halve their ys.' VW-4;,fU' vs

Tassone 'J 0 .000 bested Hospital, 4-2, and FAWTU. match. Fasron 109;; ,Operations, ye..NAR worry You'll soon eel
Dawson I 0 .00 decisioned Special Services, 4.%,i Standings>>: NARTU, 14 pts; Pen- TU. your Sea I legs:",

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23 June 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Seven ;

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AFPS SPORTS J >::; \.z i: }T;.' ':>' : AE.A School Gaining OnNAWS

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Roundup LJ.. ,
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I : Club In Center

(By Armed Forces Press Service) I .. PlayPlaying

The new king of the welter-' .,

weights. Carmen Basil, saw action ,,, from behind' for the first time in three ;years the AvI-

with the Marines in the Pacific : ation Electrician's Mate "A" School nine took a brace of victorieslast

during WWIL lie began week in the NATTCenter softball league but still are half a

fighting as a pro in 1948 Tony game behind league-leading Naval Air Weapons System SchooL

DeMarto held the welter title 70 Frank Fosbenner hurled his

days shortest reign in welter- \ '' >. 12th victory of the season as Garard' tight pitching helped the

weight history. (When the ,end ;." ": "'':- 1-. Coach Jim Black's Sparkies defeated victory. The Missiles also defeat.ed '
\
: AO-B School, 148. Ha Special Services 70.
came for DeMarco in'the 12th, ,.
had Basilio ahead .. :' Smith rapped out three hits in t .
this reporter .
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6-4-1)) Mickey\ Simpson, who four times at bat against the Meanwhile Aviation Storekeepers -

takes on film actor Randolph : Gunnies. were keeping hot on the trail

Scott in Warner Bros.' "Tall Men .4' of the leaden by defeating AO-A

Riding," is a former heavyweightwho In the other victory Jack Es- School, 17-6, as Jack Blackburn

boxed three world cham- t. tes notched his fourth victory as racked up! his sixth straights pitch-

pions,'Max Baer, Primo Camera the Electricians downed AE-D ing win.

and Joe Louis. I : .. .;., -- __,__ __ School, 148. The score was tied at one-all in
Still their slim
keeping margin
Little Fred Dwyer of Ft. Mac- PEGASUS BROGAN the third but the Storekeepersbroke
WINNERS-N Air
Weapons System of lead, NAWS School defeated -
Arthur, Calif., is still making School swept the 1955 Intramural horseshoe tournament at NATT- loose with a nine-run barrage -
AE-B 14-4
headlines as a miler. In the recent center, taking both the doubles and the singles title. Receiving school scoring ; including homers' by Jim
Sixth Army track and field trophies are (left to right) Bob Garrard and Johnny Roberts, eight runs in the first inning. Kcllcher and Dale Shanahan.In .
doubles winners; and Johnny Plunkett, singles champion: from Diek.Jlukka.s homer over the
championship. Dwyer set a new. Lt. Edward Stacy, Special Services officer. centerfielder's head and Bob other games played Airman
Army- record 01 .4:09.2.: The om- Preparatory School beat Special

mark was 4:14.: Ft. Ord, Calif Services, 70.

the team title The Mid- Week's Mainside
won wX, The fourth and final round of
dle Atlantic regional high power 7 e ; } w R 7r11 play was scheduled to begin tonight -

rifle championships of the Na- Softball SlateThe ; M ,w A k ,l. (Thursday) with four gameson

tional Rifle Assn. will be held at Mainside intramural Soft- tap. The season ends July 14.

Ft. Meade, Md., July 2324. The ball NATTC SOFTBALLWon
games scheduled for the
tourney will be limited to 200
week are listed below: Lost
competitors. Entries should be
'
submitted before July 18 to the Thursday, June 23 S NAWS School 16 3
i AEA) School 16 4 .
Albemarle :mIleyer's
Field VF-43 '
vs.
statistical officer, Post S-3, Ft.
-".. AKA) School 14 S
George G. Meade, Md.
Yorktown Field VP-5 AOA) School 9 ft
Football star Cadet Richard BOQ. vs. KOs ANP) School 6 10 ?

Wbitten was one of four cited as Saratoga Field FAW.ll.s.. 70 PaccsQualificrs Highlight AOB) School 6 11., '

distinguished AFROTC graduatesat Supply. SS-lst Lt. 3 .16
Clemson Colkge's commissioning In Marine SmokerFour '
AEB
Enterprise Field ComFairJax ( ) School 1 14
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ceremonies recently. In his! .
vs. VP18.Hospital knockouts featured the
Spring Cup Play
sophomore and junior years, he I
Field NARTU vs. Marine inter-company smoker at NAWS Leads
piled up more yardage than any I Fasron 109. Comdr. Frank Heyer posteda King Hall last Thursday Com
as
other Clemson player Camp two-under par 70 to give him
Tuesday, June 28 pany 21 edged out Company 23,
Lejeune, N. C., recently held its low net to lead qualifiers for Pursuit Of
Albemarle Field Communi- five bouts to four.
second annual spring football the annual Spring Cup Tourn-
cations vs. VW4.Yorktown Two clean knockouts Occurred
clinic. Indiana University's head
ament which gets underwayover
coach Bernie Crimmlns and two Field Fasron 109 the July 4 weekend at when Dick Stengrim, Co. 21, DeLong CupAs
vs. VF-43. Jones in 1:45 of the
kayoed Glen
of his assistants were the tutors. NAS Jax Links.Qualification .
Saratoga Field VP-16 vs. first round, and Bill Walker, 23, the halfway mark of the
entries still
The pro Minneapolis Lakers VC-62. are stopped Fred Olender in the first. year is being reached, the Naval
have signed basketball star Bob bcjng accepted and all who
Enterprise Field BOQ vs. Other results Junious Jackson Air Weapons System School is
:
wish to
Williams of participate are urgedto
Sheppard AFB, Tex.
leading in points towards the
Godwin Ordway, football and Hospital sign at the golf shack before 21, defeated John Gratton; Bill
"' Hospital Field VP-5 vs. Fae- Sunday June 26. Kirby, 21, defeated Bill Tautges; Captain Henry DeLong athletic
baseball .star, won West Point'stop ,
trophy at the Naval Air Technical -
tu.
Ed 23 TKO Roland
Milton Hurst and Mike Ve- Sledge, over
award for excellence in ath- .
Training Center with 397
Bronkowski (1)) Carl Bollig 23 ,
( ,
letics Ex-Navy journalist and nak chalked up identical scoresof ;
former 81 to place second defeated Thomas Witkoski; Wes points.
U. S. Olympic equestrian Braves Return among
ace Norman Brinker and tennis those already qualified.All Jefferies, 21, TKO over Ray Surprise school of the seasonso
Zwack ((2)); Harold Kelley ((23)) far is Aviation Storekeepers,
Maureen entrants must play two
queen "Little :Mo" Connolly -
Home June 28On over James Dolson, default; Bob in second place with 324, four
have tied the knot qualifying rounds in order to I
Meade, 21, defeated Chuck Kauff- ahead of Aviation Ordnance "A"
Servicemen overseas will hear a the road at present for five be eligible for the Spring Cup. School.

"live" broadcast of the All-Star i days, the Jacksonville Braves return mann.
I The Standing:
game at Milwaukee's County Sta- to their home grounds next Team Points

dium July 12 through the facilities Tuesday to open a five-day home Indoor Sports FacilitiesGet NAWS School 397
of Armed stand.
Forces Radio Serv "
AKA) School 342 .
ice. If you haven't voted for your The Braves take on the Char Polish At Center AOA) School 338

favorites yet, send your ballots to lotte Hornets in a two-game setto ANP( ) School 323 iSS

All-Star Basebairtditor, Chicago beginning June 28, then entertainthe -Ist Lt. 294

Tribune, Chicago, Ill Mel Allen Columbia Reds in a three Few, if any, are thinking of in- to make major Improvements of -AEA( ) School 294

and Al Heifer will call the game game series starting June 30. door sports these warm summer facilities.The AEA) School 281

for NBC on TV and on the radio ---...----- days, but the Special Services Di- indoor pool (Price Natatorium MARA VDET. 272

side for Mutual will be Bob Neal Knees are luxury. If you don't vision at the Nav.al Air Technical ), bowling alleys, gymnasium, AEB( ) School 254',j

and Earl Gillespie.! think so, just try to get hold of Training Center is taking advan- movies and Enlisted Men's loungeall TRA FACILITIES 243

one. tage of the indoor recreation slacks have, or are being, improvedfor AOB( ) School 227
the coming Fall and Winter
,....., SUPPLY 120
,rf. season. WAVES 102 ..
.
C1iDD S t
+ > .
/ Of paramount: Interest is a new

, Thursday, Jane 23 t '. 16x34 foot cinemascope screen Southeast Pistol Meet
Mainside ",, in King Hall auditorium, the larg-
Chicago Syndicate : "" ,
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ll.\Jt"
Set For 28-31
Dennis O'Keefe, Abbe Lane. t : est Navy cinemascope installationin July
this area. First showing of movies -
}
NATTC Shane; Alan Ladd, Individual pistolmen, or unit
the giant screen is
on new
Jean Arthur, Jack Palance, Van pistol teams are invited to participate -
for July 1.-
Hcflin. planned in the Southeastern Regional -
s Installed in the bowling alleysare
j. Pistol Championship at
Hospital Roman Holiday; six new automatic pin-setters
Jacksonville July 28-31.
Gregory ,
Peck, Audrey Hepburn. which will speed up time lag be-
International matches will be
Friday, June 24 .i'fl' tween rolls for the keglers. The
held in with this
conjunction
Mainside Jumping Jack; ) d. alleys also are air-conditioned.
Martin and Lewis. t S IS championship.
., 4WEATHER .
NATTC Chicago Syndicate; ,. New times announced for the
Dennis O'Keefe, Abbe Lane. alleys by Lt. Edward Stacey, Special OUTLOOK

Hospital Shane; Alan Ladd, r. Services officer, during the Friday Partly cloudy and

Jean Arthur, Jack Palance, Van summer months are 1100-1230 and warmer.

lie!h a. 15302100. Saturday. Warm and partly
{ In the Enlisted Men's Loungethe
Saturday
Jane 25 cloudy.

Mainside -Kiss of Death; Vic- --TDIE-SA- VElt-Leonard Basil) SN, points out to Willard May. pool tables are being recovered Sunday -Cloudy with possible

tor Mature,-Richard Widmark. eaux, SN, tow the new automatic pin-setters work at NATT- and repaired against the scattered showers.
NATTC Jumping Jack; Martin tenter's bowling alleys In the Navy Exchange: Duildinc. Equippedwith forthcoming tournament. Price
and Lewis. a toggle, the electrical apparatus dumps the ]pins Into position Natatorium has been cleaned and Building 513 and In King Hall
Hospital automatically, speeding up the pin-setting. The machine Is -epaired.The will be refinished for the coming
Chicago recreational facilities
Syndicate; Wing made l I-
Dennis one ef the many improvements floors of the r fn basketball and volleyball scajop
O'Keefe, ,Abbe ,Lae. by Special Services at the Center. gymnasium

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Are We GoingTo


-vu FOR RENT Reach The .


2 bdrm. apt. 3909 Boone Park
Ave. Top Friday?

4 rm. turn upper gar. 544 Oak

St. EL 5-6944.

Single rm. for lady in pvt. home,

Venetia. EV 9-0869 or EV 8-

Y 6759.
a I 6RUSADIPOR
3 rm. turn apt. 1656 Glendale.

'EV 84544. CHARITY

3 rm. turn. apt. $65. 3664 Hedrick

.N"N3)V St. EV 8-1598 or EV 8-1361.
I
Two 1rm. bdrm apts. $40 & $45. I

531 Dellwood,Ave.

4 I rm unfurn. apt. EV 9-0766.$

3 1 rm. gar. furn. apt. $55.1 rm. $8;

1 rm., $6. 2601 Park St. EV 8-

2770.

a Couple wanted to board & roomor

ant share 6 rm. house, Murray
40
Hill. EV 83072. "

4 rm. furn. apt. 3622 Riverside.

CERTIFICATES FOR THE YOUNG SET-Unbounded enthusiasm marked the program of these EV 9-3720. 0 .
")union" from the kindergarten department of Navy Wives' Nursery; School as they received miniature 2 bdrm. unfurn. house. 4441 Mar-
I diplomas to show they had completed a year's work In pre-klndergarten work. Under the direction quette Ave. EL 3-5422. I 30
of their teacher, Mrs. George Kasnlas, the 32 boys and girls recently gave a performance. .
for parents and friends to mark the end of the school year Ortega-3 rm. turn apt. $50. EV

95068. I

Murray Hill-Furn. rm. EV
Now 'Hair' This: 8166. g-I
IIdPl YA'KlldWl I 120
6 rm. and bath furn. apt. 2636 '

VA SupplyingFree HERE AE ANSWERS THC Myra St. EV 7-2763. 'I

1 lrt QUESTIOK3 SERVICEMEN| AND THEIR 2 bdrm. house, unfurn. 619 Center -
ToupeesWhen FAMILIES' ASK THE VETERANS St: EV,95867.Ri'ollCrlront .

it comes to a sensitive -: ,ADMINISTRATION EVER CAY- ..--. Riverside eff. apt. 2215 ;10,

subject like bald-headedness, the (By Armed Forces Press Service) River Blvd EV 9-8209.
Veterans Administration doesn't be required to take a physical 3 rm. apt.s. 2660 Forbes EV 7-
'I been
Q"': have just discharged
examination? 3697.
split hairs. from the Armed Forces with a
A You will be to Inglcside bdrm. furn. apt. $50.
required .
A VA release points out that disability. I have applied to VA 00
since the end of WWII it has been for service-connected compensa- take a VA physical examination EV 93567.
VA may waive the exami- 4 rm.. furn. apt. 4515 College St.
providing toupees for exservicemen tion. If and when I am placed on
"who lost their hair while in nation, under'some circum- EV 93176. $85.
the rolls,'I intend to get a perma-
stances, for veterans who apply for rent or sale, 4851 Manchester,
active service through combat illness nent GI insurance policy avail-
Lake Shore '3 bdrm. house. EV
for compensation within six .
_
or accident able to disabled Korea veterans.
months after their 87776.
separation
One delighted chief petty officer But, in the meantime, I would .
from service. /. 4 rm. furn. apt. 512 Chelsea. EV
who admitted he hadn't both- like to be covered by insurance. 81970.
Is there anything I can do now? Q-I am a "double duty" veteran
with service in WWII and 2 rm. furn. apt. 512 Chelsea.. EV 80
A-Yes. You may obtain the
Korea. I am in training under the 8-1870.
special Korea GI term insur- SALE
*' WWII GI 'Bi11.-! would like to FOR
MI ance-available to all Korea 2731 Lake Shore Blvd., 2 bdrm.
S. switch to the Korea GI Bill, but
veterans-If you act within 120 hse. $1,000 down. EV 8-7015.
I[ notice that
I m y three-years-
days following your discharge. deadlinefor 3 bdrm. hse. CB. Low down pay- 70
'rom-dischargc starting
Then, after VA rules'that your
ment and monthly payments.
Korea GI training has passed.Is .
disability Is service-connected, it too late to switch? Conv. to NAS & Cecil. EV 8-
you may apply for the perma 4571. '

nent Insurance. Meanwhile, you A-No. Even though your 3 bdrm. hse. 140x100 lot, $2100 60

will have been covered by the Korea GI Bill starting dead- down. EV 84571. ,
special term policy. line has passed, you still may
23 ft. hse. trailer.
Must sell before
ercd to buy a comb in
) years be permitted to switch to thattralnln&
remarked enthusiastically: "Why, Q-I have been out of service law. You make July 11. Will sacrifice. Lot 197,
for' a year. I am planning to apply may Azalea Trailer 'Park.
this will change the whole com-
the change either at the end of
plexion of my home life. Right to VA for disability compen regular enrollment periodor 3 bdrm. hse. 5835 Oakline Drive, 50 I
sation. Since the Armed Forces any 1500 down.
$49.50 FHA. EV 7-
wife I'm shining
now, my says a at the time your WWII GI
example of why every man should have my medical records, will I entitlement Is exhausted. 13280. /
1951 Vagabond Trailer, 34 ft. 2
wey a toupee"A Q-Is it possible for a veteran
Storekeeper: "That hat is a nice bdrm. Lot 210 Azalea Trailer 40
self-composed young private fit, isn't it?" who lives in one state to get a GI Park after 7 P.M. on Base Ext.
with thinning locks pointed up- loan to buy a home in another
Boot: "But suppose my ears get 438. Mr. Matluk.
ward and declared: "When this state?
tired 2 bdrm. hse. trailer. 5906 Timu-
all goes, I may switch to another t A-Yes, it is possible. However quana Road.
color." lenders generally confine
30
AD3: "Who introduced you to MISCELLANEOUSRide
But if you intend to take ad your wife?" their lending operations to certain wanted to NAS. 4838 KerleSt.

vantage of this opportunity, act specific areas. You should
ATI;' "We just happened to (Murray Hill), 8430.: Chief
check with lender.
now. The VA.may run out of your
meet. I don't blame anybody." Fields. ext. 696. EV 85642.
your size. (AFPS) S Ride wanted to NAS from W. 38th 20
.
The weaker sex is the strongersex and Main Sts. 7:30-1630.: Mrs.

WIVES' because of the weakness of Rogers, ext. 547.

NAVY the stronger sex for the weakersex Ride wanted to Boston or Maine

I (now you have it!) before July '3. Share expenses. 10
CORNERA Mrs. Cashwell, ext. 791 or EV 8-

Tallahassee on June 22 and 23. 7136.
total of 22 members were I
A donation of ten dollars was Rider wanted from Jax Beach
for the June 15th meet-
present
area via new Beach Blvd. Ruth
voted to purchase books for theChildren's .5. .
ing.A Library sponsored by Barrow, Ext. 406. 7304.: 0N

pot-luck supper was heldon the Officers'" Wives Club. Mrs. Y a Af Ride wanted* front WoodstockAve. 1 i i 13''

the night of June 18th in the Kay Botthof also offered to do- 7330.: Ext. 404. EV 8-0626. t

clubhouse in Dewey Park, accord- nate a monthly subscription of Lost-Beagle dog, black, tan and t u

ing to Mrs. Polly Lawrence. All the children'S' magazine "Jack and 1rS*" white. Lost in vicinity Bldg.

members and prospective members Jill" in the name jpf the club. 803. Ext. 485. L
attended and enjoyed dinne, I
,
On the next Not-New Shop
and dancing. Jax
Navy Charity
pickup, childten's books will be
Members of the club voted to BET S T ADD
especially requested for the bene- Drive StandingsAs
Saultz AR PA SO R
present Elsie Rose, Marge -
fit of the 'nursery. GANNET PAP I PHI Of June 23
and Nelle DeLoach lifetime memberships -
p i in Jacksonville Navy Toward the end of the meeting, t J#r SLEW N 0 MAO PIN ALE ACT

Wives Club 86. Elsie and Marge two demonstrators from Luziers ........., PER aaou ana Sailor: "Why didn't I get 100
p tt ya: Ij
Cosmetics, Mrs. Margaret Nelson : ua Bauasaa na
have been transferred and Nelle percent on my test?"
1
her last meet- and Mrs. Jo Ann Grimmett, gavea FAR @HQ 0QCJ
DeLoach attended interesting demonstrationand TIIAT'S A-MAUREY-Nlcole srans) QQEJ (Dana Instructor: "You remember the

ing June 15. very talk to the members. Maurey, a sultry French actress HEN ENS MOM question, 'Why did the pioneersgo
Linde Nursery there Is AL SAD C NINE
Mrs. Forsyth, If ever was one, into the wilderness'?"
supervisor, has been delegated After the demonstration, the decked out in an eye-catching D N ZEROS SJALAnswer
skin bathing suit. Ni- TTel SAG ET Sailor: "Yes"Instructor
by the club to attend a conven- meeting was closed with a prayer leopard
cole Is visiting'America for the
ventlon of kindergarten and by the Chaplain, Mrs. Mary Cip- third time and Is now in Hollywood : "Well your answer,
Day Nursery Supervisors in olla. to make a picture. ( To Page S Puzzle) while interesting, was incorrect."

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