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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Air Group T/iree Awarded Unit Comendation For Korea Service .1;


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Carrier Air Group Three, a the carrier USS Leyte from son, SD1; Raymond Rabanus, 34 and 35.: nel attached to Marine Fighter f

Fleet Air Jacksonville contin- Oct. 9, 1950 to Jan 19, 1951. AOl and Charlie Williams, Personnel of eight carriers Squadrons 214 and 323. 1
gent based at NAS Cecil Field, One officer and ten enlistedmen and their air squadrons were These were recently awarded
SD3, all of Fighter Squa.dronU
Sa listed among the units now with CAG-3 are eligible awarded the Navy Unit Com- Presidential Unit Citations.
awarded the Navy Unit Commendations to wear the coveted unit ; and Robert Gregory- TN; mendations. Ships receivingthe USS Bon Homme Richard-

for heroism 1 and commendation. They are: Lt. Andrew Maybin, SD3, and award; and their eligibility June 22 to Dec. 18, 1952, Including ',
meritorious service In the Korean Barclay Smith and Earl Young, John Wilt, AE2, of Fighter dates, include: Carrier Air Group 7.
War. BM2, of CAG-3 Staff; Gerald Squadron-. USS Badoeng Strait-Aug. 3, USS Essex-Aug. 21, 1951, to
The Air Group won Its cita- Bohm, AM2; John Brower, AT1; Comprising Air ,Group Three 1950, to Aug. 1, 1951. The March :5, 1952: including Car-
tion for service while aboard Edward Hall, AD2; Irvin John- are Fighter Squadrons 31, 32, award does not,include person- I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2))







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VOL-12 No. 46 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR. STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 24 February 1955

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

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With sights set on a $1,000 w I
goal, members of the Jacksonville e R :, ,
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l Chapter No. 86, Navy
Wives Clubs of America, Inc.,
will solicit i i I contributions on r 4'a ff?
March 1 to a scholarship fund aa'

sponsored by the national organ L x
ization. i :{' g

Members will be on hand on
that date at all pay areas and
Navy Exchanges at Mainslde

and NATTC. The money collected -
will be sent to Washington -
: : : ,Iv where the scholarships are

IS PFCf Capt. Edwin J. S. Young (left), awarded. Eligible are eons or
Wing: 11, prepares to .award Patrol Plane daughters of Navy or Marine enlisted ..t
to .' Lt. Albert Pelland, Royal Can- men. Final decisions of
plot with P&rol Squadron Three _,
\ winners is made by the Wash-
Jack Orayson, VP-3 skipper checks

: making certain he has flown enough hours. ington headquarters ........ ..
hasJogred 221.3 hours In PZV-5 Neptune ALL APPLICATIONS, which "
the minimum necessary for earning a may be obtained through local SKY: PILOTS Two Navy
v Navy Wives Clubs, will be care- Chaplains at the Naval Air
Technical Training Center- are
fully screened and winners may both former Navy; Pilots. Lt.
i select the schools they wish to Jay Nirkelson (left), who reported -
attend for duty last week talks
old times with II.t.
over flying '
In 1954 two scholarships were
Gordon Griffin. Each attended
awarded, one to a girl dependent Aviation Cadet Training, at
In Hawaii; the other to Bobby Pensacola. *
Wade Cutchins, stepson of Harry -
Shlnton, AKC, formerly at-
Five PatrolSquadrons
tached to the Jacksonville Navy
signed Public Law
7 permitting ser- Recruiting Station. Young
August.'m' Forces on January. 31, 1955, to earn Cutchins is presently enrolled at

to Korean GI Bill education Centre College, Danville, Ky., InExercise

... I and is studying electronics.SCHOLARSHIPS .
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proc f servicemen who had not built up are grantedin
31 as I maximum entitlement by January the amount of at least $250,
Bill en- 31. ranging upward according to A-S
; active the tuition of the selected school.
not Before the law was enacted, a
Providing i a student keeps
how man who went on active duty Jan- Five patrol squadrons, a
grades up, the scholarship maybe blimp unit and minesweeper
a
January mili (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) I renewed for four years. will pool, their efforts in
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GI hunting and "destroying a
up I submarine off Jacksonville for
t e r that !
ry two weeks.All .
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GI are under operational con-
at trol of Fleet Air Wing 11.
A total of 66 patrol bomber
times
and lighter-than-air craft are
duty.of tr-: : teaming with the minesweeper,

nine- ; USS Exploit, in this antisubmarine -
training exercise (ASX) that
began Wednesday, February 23.
that vet-
f
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Cutlass (SS478)), the "enemy" In-
or re- truder.

: It also 1 ANTI-SUB UNITS flying in the
It.n e for continuous search out of Jax ,
d which NAS include: VP-3, commandedby
: Janu Comdr. William Matton; VP.
.' after 18, Comdr. Paul Bruneau; VP-10,
Comdr. John Straker; VP-34,
Comdr. Randall Boyd, and VP-45,
be par- Comdr. William Denholm. The!
__::',...: tl-<<<..irti.iZ,,_ m _...__ __ blimp unit from Brunswick, Ga.,
military FAMILY BAPTISM-An entire Navy family was baptized is ZP-2 headed by Comdr. Charles
into the Catholic religion by Lt. Robert Barllck, Navy Chaplain, Robertson.
Janu- at NATTCenter, when Theodore Goodlin AC1, of NAS Operations,
it will and his wife and two children received the sacrament. la the This marks the first time sine
,service foreground is the Goodlin family, Ardeth and Maxlne with G od- last fall that VP-3 has taken part
training tin and hit wife. In the background, as sponsors, are left U right, in an ASX. The squadron return ;
Mrs. Terry Lucent, a Navy wife from Cecil Field; Mrs. Audrey '
. all Ptotulki,. and Donald plstulki, ACID .f NAS 0 ntl'>1Is. (Please Turn to Par. I, CM. 1))


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I SAFETYBox ,Question Of Deductions-



JAK 8 Disabling Injuries Score Through : May Pose Bit Of Problem

Published every Thursday tor wavy and Marine BctltltUs at Naval Air
station ckion\llle.. Fla. Tuesday, Feb. II
NAS "afkm. (This l I" tale fifth In a series of articles on Income tax presented
This Month bf
Capt. John S. Thach r-_. _.Comman pr orncer Armed Forces Preas Service)
Comdr, John N. Mjtn _.." ._ _.KxecuU\'e officer This Year '
., and exemptions-deductible or not deductible
Fleet Air /aelwe
IIIe Deductions ?
Rear Adm. John Perry _,_ .... _,_..._......Commander Days Since Last that will be Th) Mare
Capt. Richard O. Greene --,_... -T L ,, .........m _._.l."hld' of St.ttCapt.Edwin Lost-Time Accident SJ some of the questions coming up in the minds of
Fled Air Wl_, Elena service personnel between now and April 15-the final day for
J. S. Young -. ._..Commander filing
Comdr. frank D. Heyer _._.._..__._._._..___.._._._.. 'blet Starr Otflcer the 1954 income tax returns.
*>.",,1 Air ""II.leal r'al"., CutU'C.pt.
Henry C. Dei.ong .Comm'ndln Ofl\eef I This article will be devoted todescribing their tax
computed thIntna1
Comdr. Edwaid W. Ulthop_ .. _..-.w..h) UWce.. Wives Indoctrinated the various types of by ;:
Natal )t..pi/al Revenue Bureau.
Capt. Edward S. Low _, Offlefr and exemptions that
Capt. 1* A. Newton _..____"......?...... I..Commlndllll xecuth a OtncerNAETU In School Purposes I deductions from *
can be ma.de adjusted cross M .
M a
you taxpayer
....... can ripen
Capt. Wilton R. BirMMt fVmiH.tuiinp' officer offi- the taxable
of student arrive at
50 wives to
Comdr. Laurence F. SUffenhBgtn:; vv ec\lth. of fleer Nearly i Income deductions of more than the 10

The JAX AIR NEWS 'weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. sera at Aviation Ground Officers income. percent standard deduction you
Jacksonville }Florida and prInted commercially with non-apy roprlated fundj School were indoctrinated into Although most married people should itemize your deductions
at no fxpentie to the government and In compliance,with NAVKXOS Rev in
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Nov. 1915. Copln are dtatrlbvtcd free of charge at the Natal Air t t tin. the purposes of the school and the 'use the long form, some unmarried order to reap the full benefits' of
U.Naval S. Naval Air TerhnlcAl Hospital.Training/ Center, Naval Air Reset Training Unit and the Navy training program last week. person'might find it to his the tax laws.

Editor-Andrew H. .JPlaneySporU The visiting wives toured the II or her advantage to file the long The amount allowed for Path'

Charlei Kail.Editor JOSN.Gordon. Robbie J03: Staff. Report ra-Jack: Holmei. PHI: school, were shown training devices form, especially- if claimed.a number of exemption is_$600 and before you

The JAX AIR NEWS la a member of the Armed Forcei Preu Sf>n'lre. and techniques and attended deductions can be even start t1'o1"1nout your tax
AFPS material appearing I this publication may not be lerilnttd without I schools e take
lecture the can
written of a on program. you one exemptionf for
the permission Armed Forces Preaa Service. Republlcatlon of other I standard 10percent
matter except by net-vice publication, It prohibited without permission of Visitors also at the school were First there Is the yourself as the taxpayer.' Your
EdItor. JAX AIR NJ-AYS.: deduction which is limited -
Editorial office located Alain Admlnlsttatlon Building. Phone extension students o f Edgewood High'i ': spouse %also qualifies as an ex'
344, 216 and 8164.What<<. to $Io'o, or in the case-of a
well
School."Is emption as as every other person .
.. husband and wife toJ500 apiece.If .
who
I qualifies as you fc.

| America Means To Me! I ?your" sailor boy II lend conceited I deduction Ole taxpayer.on the uses long the form standard and pendent.. *

| his income is less than $'.000, he If your child l. under 19
(The fottowntg t"> the prise-winning entry J* the Freedoms "Indeed; why, he thinks the Statue I j Must find his tax rate on the tax and his yaeof
I age earns own nuwv
Foundation letter-writing contest for flwworrs of the Armed of Liberty is oniryinjj the table provided with each return. but
you contribute to at least half
'(Wee.. For hit letter Army Cpl. Jamet Ofannatt receives torch for him." I Persons using the short form have of his he
support, qualifies
as a
91,000 pha other award). ---
,. dependent. Also, if your r hilt! ill
James R. Odermatt
JBy CpL .- over 19 but going to school for ttt

As an individual, a cititcn, and a soldier, America means to me least five months of the year and

the goodness of life, the greatnesa of liberty and the granted pursuitof you contribute to at least half i*

happiness with the pride and personal dignity of being "master of his support, you can claim him Man '

my fate captain of my sou)." exemption. There are ether

America means the privilege of choice In all things concerning persons who qualify as exemptions -

me: the. right to vote or not to work where when, and how I and for further Information.

decide-to worship as I believe-to speak and write according to my it would be advisable to !see a ,..

Judgment-plus the other innumerable benefits I receive through r7 gal adviser or a tax eXptl t.
: L
( od's grace and through my being born in this country. During the .. Vr Most tax authorities advise Di.it

learning years of my young life, I've gradually come to realize that ;r4ry F taxpayers should keep catcful u.-"

my personal rights and privileges are only one part of what America ords of the amounts spent for
really means to me. +f 1 CL support of dependents, pailiml.i'-;

AMERICA MEANS my obligations too: my responsibility to ly for those other than their nun

share my freedom, for without flee* om for others there can be none L children.

for me; my responsibility to never use my liberty to lessen another'sliberty '4 (Next \\f'f'k-The tax lahlf.declaration .

; my responsibility to protest against any violation of the 4 !* for estimated tux

basic rights: of men: and my willingness, if necessary, to give up and claims for refunds)
individual rights for the rights of the whole. My obligation/ is to be a > ,

Vlerant' yet vigilant, for my rights and privileges as an American _

citizen have not been handed to me duty-free. .j... .NAVY WIVES

America is an ideal that each must win for himself, and having :

been', won, she must be sheltered, nourished, and protected to keep .

her a living reality. ",,,...... ,, ::: ..:: '... ". ':,':,'.,:,'." '. ,'.'' ".. 'N\. k, "'i I{__ _-,,_'': CORNERA
". AMERICA: MEANS the pursuit of the ideal like the planningand business meeting was!! iw id

building of the perfect home. A sturdy foundation has been laid 30-YEAR MEN-Pins for 30 Feb. 16 in the club home with

with the strength of concrete determination and held fast by the steel NinePinned years federal service were given final plans being made for the

will of God's truth and justice. It is an invincible base that neither to nine of the civil station service last week.employees scholarship fund drive.

time. nor tumult can undermine. I A.U han hall varying lengthsof March 1 is the date when members

A good start has been mad* but the building isn't finished. It For 30-Yr. I military service supplement of the club will be aboard
lug their
.- will be for must be civilian employment NAS at and the Navy
never entirely completed, remodeling always records. Left to right pay areas
, are: Arthur -
done. Mistakes will be made and corrected-Improvements made and Fed Service Repp ihaffen; Capt. John Exchanges to accept contl' bu-
retained. New hope and light will come front our churches-better S. Thacn, NAS commanding of tions.

education' from our schools. Greater world interest will be aroused ficer, who made the presentations These scholarships are awarded
; Harold Robinson
through our press, radio, and television. Better citizens will be Thirty-year service pins were Sifh; Tnerman Driver;;Walton James yearly to high school graduates

developed' through our democratic system. Better health and better awarded to nine civil service employees Sitherwood and Robert Sha- who are children of enlisted navy

living for all will result from the efforts of science and industry of the Naval heen. Not present were Daniel and marine personnel. Chosen
Air Station
America is a nation of builders with a faith to believe In and a Georges Edward: Wllrred Kidder and on their academic ability, they
last week in the first of a seriesof Wirhousky.
hope to work for: a ,blessed nation building for a pledged future, must submit an application to
well-guided by the framework of our pioneered past. -(AFPS) annual presentations of length department; Daniel Georges and be elgible. The number of awards

service pins to employees here. I Walton Fritch of Public Works and amounts of each depend entirely -

I Awards representing five ten and Edward Wirhousky of Supply on the financial aid given to

MOVIESThursday I WEEKEND TIDE and twenty years federal serviceare department. the fund from each Navy Wives

Feb. t4 High Low being presented this week. Club across the nation. (More

Mainside-Battle Taxi: Sterling A.M. .P.M A.M P.M Of the nine 30-year pin recipients 1'1\ \ information on page 1)).

Payden,' Marshall Thompson. I Fri. 9:51: 10:15: 3:28: 3:44: eight and spent from rh"f. The Not New Shop has a

NATTC Ten Wanted Men: I Sat. 10:36: 11:05: 4:18: 4:31: 12 to 30 years in the Navy before \ brand new paint job. Our
Sun. 11:26: 11:59: 6:09: 5:23: ::' -. thanks to the paint crew wh
being discharged retirIng .....
\ Randolph Scott, Richard Boone. or ..;".. March 4
made it On
from attire possible.
Hospital-The Americano: Glenn duty.
CATHOLIC there will be pickup in the
To acquire civil service a
Cesar Romero. status
Ford, Sunday, Mass-0800 0900 Officers the st U...
Friday, Feb. 15 Man-Made Radar the service veteran is given some 1000- Quarters on

Ma inside-New Orleans Uncen- '. slight advantage over the non- St. Edward'g Chapel. The Valentine party was a bit

ored': Arthur Franz, Beverly Islands Built veteran but he still must qualify Saturday-0800. success and Polly Lawrence and

Garland. i A group of man-made Ltland is through prescribed examina- Daily-0630. her entertainment committee deserve

\ NATTC' -Battle Taxi: Sterling on the planning boards to be built tions for the job he applies for. SundaY-0630MQi' \' Hospital( a thank you. The music of
Marshall Receiving the 30-year ChapeL was furnished by the records
Ifayden Thompson.
pins .
la the Atlantic Ocean the Navy's
by kept
Hospital Ten Wanted Men: which were presented in cere- MORMON1930MondayNATTC Cliff and'Thora Ring. They

>Randolph Scott, Richard Boone. Bureau of Yards and Docks, mony by Capt. John S. Thach, Chap- thus$ platters spinning until wee
and when the work has been NAS hours and million thanks to
Saturday, Fe4 MMainside com- Jar commanding officer, Iain's Office.CHRISTIAN. a
-Dragnet: Jack Webb, pleted the islands will be utilized were: Therman Driver Wilfred SCIENCE these- two also. -
Pen Alexander. as radar stations by the U. S. Kidder Arthur Reppenhagen 1000-Tuesday-Mainside) Five year old Susan Reese, the
,
NATTC-New Orleans Uncens- Air Fore. Harold Robinson and James Si- Office on ramp.TROTESTANT. Chapel club president's daughter, is one

ered: Arthur Franz:, Beverly Gar These stations, to be manned by therhood of Overhaul and Repair of four Other little girls selected
land. 17. S. Air Force personnel, will 0930-All Saints' to represent this area in a national *
Chapel.
" Hoepilal-Battle'Taxi: Sterling be' linked with the W.b'ol radar MDB Payments Due 1100-All Saints' contest. Pictures of them

Hayden, Marshall Thompson. stations which stretches along theEastern Assessments No. 44 and 45 Chapel will be displayed in local food
are 1000
-- seaboard and across due for payment -Naval Hospital Chapel. stores and voting will be done on
Northern by March 3, I (Note: Addresses of local the public
SOS Canada and Alaska Mutual Death Benefit a voluntary scale by
(AFPS). officials have announced. Society I II churches may be obtained by These votes will determine who

I i calling: the Chaplain's Office, 425. will be the regional: winner.

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VC-62FAW'11.VP-1G, VP-18, VP-5, VF-172 -I 13 Laws Affecting Military Await Action By Congress '


II Scouting SquadronsVC62 The Defense Departmentlists tween the ages of 18% and 28 -send gift Into the, U. L., PL I}:

18 lays affecting mem for training and service In the 19, 83rd. Expires July 1.

bers of the Armed Forces that Armed Forces, PL 51, 82nd. Draft of Doctors and dentist f..

I are due to expire unless Con- Expires July 1. and special pay for them, PL
Discharges was the biggest overall condition was considered gress takes action. Wage credit under the Social 84, 83rd. Expires July 1.

news around Hangar 115 this worthy of a 90.6 grade. Duringthe Free postage for members of Security Act for military service Authority to continue pay and

week, with five men stepping out critique, the Staff expressedits the Armed Forces in specifiedareas before July 1, 1955. PL 269, allowances of missing membersof

into civilian life. Fredrick Down pleasure with the appearanceand PL 9, '83rd; the DOD 83rd. Expires July 1. the Armed Forces PL 291,

ing, PH2; Dolphus Esary, AN; military mien of all hands at Is not recommending the exten- War risk hazards and detention 83rd. Expires July 1. -.

Herbert Gold, PIll; Alan Rohr. the personnel inspection. sion of this law. Expires June benefits, PL 57 83rd. Expires : Appointment of regular officers .

ecker, AM3, and William Whit. Congratulations to B. R. Barry 30. July 1. of the Navy and Marine

cher, BMSN, all received discharges AOC, W. S. Pendleton, AE2, andL. Military housing Insurance Personal and household prop Corps PL 549 83rd. Expires

on the 18th. E. Usoff, A02, on renewingtheir (Wherry Act), PL 560, 83rd.' erty brought into the U. S. under July. 1.11'siver.
working contracts with the Expires June '30 Government brders exempt of pension or disabi-
Walter Holt P n C ; Charles
Navy for six years. Usoff also Authority for the enlistment from duty, PL 20 83rd. Expires ty benefits for Reservists who
Sturtevant, PRAN, and Howard
.
was awarded with a Good Con- of aliens in the regular Army, July 1.Dutyfree may serve on active duty, PL
Hagy, ATI!, checked into the
duct Medal.E. PL 51, 82nd. Expires!! June 30. privilege for members 844, 81stExpiie* Sept 27.
squadron and Noah Greer, A03,
was transferred to NAS Olathe, G. Harris, ATS, and A. E. Authority to draft men e be of the Armed Forces to (AITS)

Kansas.In Iverson, AD3, were recently dis-
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the athletic department, the charged and plan on operating !. .
squadron's cagers stretched their their own garage as partners in

i victory string to seven with a 46- Baltimore, Md.

r 30 win over VW-4 in the Station x
Intramural League. City competition VP-18 .

I saw them come out on top Patrol Squadron 18 completed
'
/_ in two more contests, downing participating in two fleet exer-
:, VF-13, 78-67, and VF-173, 66 ton cises the past week. They were i : 4
53. INTEX-1 and CONVEX.The I "Open for business twenty four

': The bowling team was likewise fleet was composed of va i hours a day", is the slogan of

.; in the win column with a 3-1 rious units. The mission of VP-18 Waves attached to Communication

4 match over VW4. The bowlersare was to provide convoy escort and I Department at NAS. Working

i' are presently holding down third conduct anti-submarine warfare around the clock, the 30 Wave

; place in the station league. tactics on any "enemy" submarine! Telemen and Radiomen play a
l(, contacts. VP-18 is* also getting big part in keeping"the Station ,
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;:"'. FAWllThe ready to deploy to Roosevelt I r7'i-I..*%!;, ., K.';'."U' ,,._ w ... :'i' ,.;2:",.. .........._ _-.....>..".>_: 'i .... _:_Z1 humming.
Staff has been enriched Roads, Puerto Rico this Saturday I During a shortage of personnel,
AGE OF FLIGHT TAKES NEW LEAP-Employer revolving
; with the addition of two new morning for two weeks in con- : jet t engines which allow It to take off vertically like. a helicopterand the Waves double up their wat
chiefs: Joseph Furlong SKC, nection with "Operation Spring. then fir around In conventional fashion Bell Aircraft's ches and 'stand eight hours on
checked in from ComAirLant board". VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) experimental plane Is and eight hours off.
shown ascending at Niagara Falls, N. Y. Its creators predict the
Stewart Klassy, ADC, arrived "Operation Springboard" is a Irene Eichorn TE1 is
now
strange looking twin-engined jet my be the forerunner of a 1,500 ,
from Naval Armament Test Cen spring training program designedto mph jet fighter which would be capable of taking off and landing acting chief in charge of message
ter, Patuxent River, Md. Klassy bring the Patrol Squadrons in In,areas where presently only ,helicopters can operate. center while the following girls

relieves "J. D." Wooten, ADC, the Atlantic Fleet up to a desired have the responsibility of being

who will serve with VW4. state of readiness.} Active section leaders of watches: Ruth

Henry Idzerda, RM1, entered Carl Edolo, AT2, who is the Exemptions For Duty Gazlry TE3; Elizabeth: Biro, RM.
the "papa ranks" Feb. 6 when Carter TE3 and San-
captain of the undefeated bowling 3i; Evelyn ,
his wife gave birth to a girl, Norfolk dra Knurr RMS.
team went up to this
-: Therese 4 Marie, weighing 5 lbs week to bowl in the ComAirLant Allowed By Few States Galley Open

oz. Tourney If he fares well he will The pleasing odor of fresh cake

Capt. Edwin Young and 13 of be rolling in the fleet wide cham (Thin U the fourth ,In a Merles of articles on state Income tax.) moving throughout the barracks
his staff flew to Trinidad, B. W.I. .
pionships. Following is a continuation of the listing of states which have serves to remind the girls that the
this week to conduct an admin-
The basketball team is still income tax laws and how they affect members of the Armed Forces: galley is again in use. Waves in
/material inspection of VP-34 and
winning in the station intramural MI nesota-$3,000 active duty Barracks 723 realize the privilege '
Fasron 115. The two FAW-11 each .
league with an eye 'on winningthe pay Is excluded from gross income. taxpayer.w of having a place to cook and
squadrons will be host to the lUf'd'C.No for
exemptions
trophy for the second straight Members of Armed :Forces out. treat it as such. Not only is the ,
Wing Commander and his inspec service allows
year. side continental U. S. continuously pay. State personal Galley a pleasure, but it"is help;
tors for four days. exemptions of $1,500 If RlngIe$2
,-
S for more than 90 days are ful in preparing enlisted women
All hands relaxed and had fun C f>00 if married and $200 for each
VI'-5 granted extension of time until for domestic life in future years.
at the five hour dinner dance dependent.New] .
!
Patrol Squadron Five ha returned six months after return. State
Like to ?
sing JI're's.y 0 u r
Friday night at the civilian cafe. .
I York All
-- compensationfor
after a five-month cruiseat allows $10 credit from tax: if chance. Join the mixed Glee Club
teria. Most forcedto
everybody was Argentia Newfoundland. single, $30 if married and $10 for active service as a member of
formed.
now being Practices '
are
loosen his belt after
feastingon
the Armed Forces i iotl excluded from
each
dependent.
Before the departure, Capt. J. held every Monday evening at
.
a seemingly endless supply of gross income from Jan 1, 1942, .
No for
Mlmlftftlppl- exemptions
H. McElroy, Argentia Naval Sta. 1900 in the Little Chapel.
turkey and ham. The Staff feels
service pay. State allows personal until Dec. 31, 1955, or termination -
honored in being the first Navy tion commanding officer, in an Wave Show
of
exemptions of $4,000 if single and present emergency as proclaimed
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' unit to use the cafeteria. address at the squadron morning $0,000() if married. No dependent by the President, whichever Sign Up Now-All Waves who
quarters formation, expressed his is earlier. State allows per. are proud of their uniforms and
exemptions.
VP16The "Well Done" for the efforts of I want to let the world know it.
sonal
Mlmiourl-$3,000 active duty pay exemptions of $1,000 if sin-
"Eaglm" returned to NAS all hands in establishing an out To participate in the Wave Show
exempt beginning with calendar gle, $2,500 If married and ;$;(00
last week after spending three standing record during the five year 1951. State allows personal for each dependent. you do not need talent. All you

weeks at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto months tour. exemptions of $1,200 if single, North Dakota-All active duty have to have is Wave Spirit; be

Rico, flying in Opera t i o n"Springboard" He cited the officers, chiefs and $2,400 if married and $400 for each pay is exempt. Defennent to pay willing to work hard and be able

enlisted men who had become an dependent taxes on other than military pay to laugh and have fun. If Interest.

Shortly after we arrived, the integral part of the base in both ontana-$2)0() per month of all granted to members of Armed ed get in touch with Sue Lee,

Commander FAW-11 gave us an its business and its recreational income, military pay or otherwise, Forces until the! 15th/ day of the extension 8135; Dev Bistodeau,

admin/material inspection. The functions Is exempt while on active duty. sixth month following discharge.State extension 254, or Nancy Ward,

A plaque, in appreciation of State allows personal exemptions allows personal exemptionsof extension 215.

VF-172's Nixdorf his "Understanding and Coopera- of $1,000 if single, $2,000 if married $COO if single, $1,500 if married Gorsky AllStateShe

tion", was presented to Capt. Mc and $300 for each dependent. and $600 for each dependent. did it again: Gerri Gorsky,

Piped Over Side Elroy by Comdr. William G. Mat- Servicemen May defer i filing returns Oklahoma $1,500 of active du. SN, stationed at NATTCenter and

ton Jr., the commanding officer and paying taxes until six ty pay excluded from gross Income working at Naval Air Weapons
After 20 Years Of the squadron. months after discharge in cases during a state of national School has been chosen FloridaAll

A 41-year-old chief petty officer Previously, another giant plaque of undue hardship caused by military emergency as declared by the State Woman Basketball player -

retired from the Navy here was presented by the squad. service.. President. State allows personal for the second consecutiveyear

last week after 20 years service. ron's enlisted men to the person. New Hampshire No exemptions exemptions of $1,000 if single, $2- Gerri, an all around playercan

Homer "Red" Nixdorf, AOC, nel of the General Mess Galleyfor for service pay. State allows 000 if married and $50 for each handle any position but favors .

was presented a gift and "piped their efforts in the preparationof $600 personal exemption for dependent. roving forward.

over the side" by the officers and what was accredited by manyas The Cracked ax were.. n "piifsla' ____
enlisted men of Fighter Squadron "the finest chow, most consis- SPRAWLING TIME Time at a dinner held by Mrs. Cunningham .

172 during ceremonies at quartersin tently, of any station VP-5 has and tide wait for no man. But and Lt. Elsie Hanson at Mrs.Cunningham' .
Hangar 116. operated from" ya: w what man wouldn't delay to home last Tuesday
admire Italian movie
Hugh Duncan, ADC, made the S S S Sophia Loren as she sprawlson actress evening. The Cracker Jax have

gift presentation and Comdr, Glen VF-172 the beach. had a better than average season

Estes, Jr., the squadron's com! Bill Reese, CS1 who is TAD \o we ranking as one of the top women

manding officer, presided over the galley, announced that his Logged ashore for duty at NAS

the' ceremony. U4 year old daughter, Susan Elizabeth and NATTCenter are the following

During his action-packed naval is one of four local win- Pvt. Carolina Schriner; Pvt. '

career, Nixdorf has visited almost ners in a national contest. Bal Evelyn Skiles, and Anna Patter

every country in the world. loting for the local winner will son, ACAA.

He has served as leading chiefof take place this next week a t S.L

VF-172 since August 1954. Jacksonville grocery stores. Susan : '
{ it ; ; .,.
his and the other three will be : ':! : SOS4
Chief Nixdorf and family girls ;. '. .. .. \ A '. .0
y ;;; /i.ftY ,f.., 'I: .. .
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Lunch served daily 11301245.

Dinner served daily 1800-2030.
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A ,yyayC :" ..,.'V)-:, ':;j bar 1730-1830; Select bar drinks
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f: Feb. 25: Happy Hour 1600-1800;
:.! Select bar drinks at reduced pri-
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; PLANES GO TilE LAND ROUTE-The NAS Supply department ces.Feb.. 26: Dancing in the Anchor
; solved a problem of shipping 20 aircraft to Norman Okla. 2100-0100 music
loom
railroadgondola by Johnny
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-- --- --- without removing wing:
I Jelinek and his orchestra
shored to prevent slipping, are ; Din
anchored braced and
MAMMOTH STOREKEEPING Navy stocks some 1,500- .
: 000 different items in Its supply system and here at NAS Jack. the, wings 'engine and fuselage. It's just a sample of the service ner served 1800-2130. .
I sonvllle the Supply Department stocks up to $150,000,000 worthof rendered by the local Supply activity, which joined the Supply Feb. 27: Sandwich luncheon in
t items In its warehouses. Movement and stocking of supplies Corps in celebrating its 160th anniversary the dining room 1100-1700; Buffet
dally by the Supply department Is a huge 'job. ; dinner 18002030.Feb .

.,.'....,.......,....aW'..,z.-,_. -.I.-:.: 28: Club closed.
Feeds, Clothes,Pays, Fuels NaVy March 1: Game night, calling
ON ,Y starts promptly at 2030. Fun and
prizes for all. Prize value has
Supply Corps Boasts been increased.

March 2: All you can cat for
r x a dollar A delicious meal with

all the trimmings, salad, vegetables -
160 Year HistoryThe krIIL desert, etc. all for only

a dollar 18002030.For .

The Ladles
Naval Air Station Supply Department joined with all
nativities of the Navy Supply Corps yesterday in observing the Feb. 24: VP-3 Wives Luncheon.
March 2 Officers Wives
: Lun-
160th anniversary of the Corps. :
tM cheon: Mrs. Thach has requested
All commanding officers of ally trained military officers to that any officers' wives interested
commands in this area, reserve its responsibilities. -
accomplish many I n forming a ToastmistressesClub
supply officers, and key civilians Among these are procurement please call Mrs. P. R. Ray.
employed by the department, accounting, publishingabout EV-9-6198.
fathered for a birthday celebra- ( 4 million directives a The Tony Pastor cocktail dance

tion at the Officers Club last year), inventories, planning," ;tor- turned out to be a most entertaining -

flight. age, commissary, clothing stores, > evening. Only one thing
The many changes and, the and many other obligations too wrong; too short. But everyone;
growth of the NAS Jax Supply numerous to mention. had a good time while it lasted,
activity was brought out at the Multitude Of Activities and is looking forward to more

birthday affair by Mayor Haydon I n addition the officers-in- dances of this kind.Mlscellanl.
Burns, a one-time officer attached charge of the Navy Exchanges, PERSONAL ATTENTION, TOO-The Navy Supply Corps
to the Scrap and Salvage Yard the Commissary Stores and the feeds, clothes, pays, and fuels the ships of the Navy and operatesthe The all-you-can-eat dinner sel'V''cd
here. The Mayor also emphasized Navy Exchanges. Services ,rendered by and provided by Sup-
the benefits derived by the Navy Fuel Depot are assigned for ply makes that activity an important one in the life of 'an officer afterwards made many friends
many military command and coordina- and sailor. Four sailors get measured for clothing here by Fenton who will be making Wednesday
city from procurement and payrolls tion control to the Supply Officer Hall, AKZ, at 'NATTCenter. Left to right are Joe Murphy, AN; evenings at the club a regular
)) of the Navy in the Jax Harold Miles, AOAA; Don Wells, AOAA, and Kill Soles, AN.
And, to illustrate its scope of event. Many people were surprised -
totalling a whopping $75 I .
area, activity, the local Supply Depart- at the amount of food served
million a year.Activity ment provides complete or partial for a dollar and registered greater

Begun in 1795 logistic support to the aviation Fleet Reserve surprise when they returned
Just as the Supply Corps predates activities in the entire Southeast, their plates for a refill. Every
the Navy itself by three from North Carolina to the Car- Wednesday, it's all you can eat

years!, getting its start on Feb. ribbean, from the Mississippi to 4fRa MessengerFleet for a dollar at the O'Club.
23, 1795 with appointment of a the Atlantic. Here's a happy note for you

single purchasing agent allottedan The Navy's supply system to- Reserve Branch 126 is happy hour fans. Happy hour is .
annual stipend of $2,000, so day stocks nearly 1.5 million different sponsoring a Safe Driving Cam- now two hours long from 1600-
the local Supply Department was items, of which the local paign in conjuction with the Na- 1800 on Friday afternoon. The

organized before the'commissioning Supply Department stocks up to a tional Safety Council, Jax-Duval previous starting time was 1630.
of the Naval Air Station Oct. $150,000,000 worth in its warehouses tv Safety Council. Next month the feature Satur-

15, 1940. Some $9,900,000 is spent At the lasr'monthly business day night party will be a St.

In the beginning only 15 civilians every year in procurement for meeting Bill Bryant, president of Patrick's Day party March 19.
were employed by the NAS these items. It takes four officers, r Jax-Duval Safety Council; Mrs. I This is an advance note so you
Department which was then one pay clerk and 30 civilian t Len n i e Humphries, executive can be looking around for an ori-
headed by Comdr. T, Earle Hipp. employees, aside from enlisted .." vice-president of the Jax-Duval ginal green necktie or maybe a

After the move to its present personnel, to issue a monthly $2.5 L Council; Don Costa, InterIndustry pair of green silk stockings. Who
location in Building 110 on Nov. million in pay checks to militaryand M Highway Safety Committee, knows what will be green when

1, 1940, employment increased civilian personnel. of Montgomery, Ala., and Spero the officers celebrate the birthdayof
fairly rapidly to about 150. Capt. 36,000feals! A Week Tassopoulos! NATTC safety engi- St. Patrick.
Norman A. Helfrich is the present .
To ser.ve 36,000 individual Ka neer, were guest speakers.
Officer.
Today Supply the Department employs meals every week at Mainsideand Branch 126 plans to erect signs Top Student Honors
NATTC, it takes four offi- emphasizing safe driving on the'
bout 600 civilians besides sped-
cers, five chiefs, 70 cooks, nine main arteries entering and leav- To GundersonWard
butchers, 15 bakers and 237 mess ing Jax. The sign features the
cooks. In addition to this, the FRA emblem, with the motto: Robert Gunderson, AKAN, and
File By August 31 Supply Department restocks car- CHOW-The Navy last year Loyalty, Protection and Service William Ward, AEAN, walked off
riers at NALF Mayport with food consumed 1,750,000 pounds of Branch 91 is also assisting in this with honors at two NATTCentcr
For Claims Against products as required, a Job which food department, and locally provides) the food Supply for project. schools which graduated classes

has demanded 60 trips by large 36,000 meals a week. And what The Branch meets on the third last week.
Japan GovernmentAll van or truck from the Naval Air is a meal without a good slice Thursday of each month at the Gunderson was top graduating
of meat. Here of the butch student at Aviation Storekeeper
persons who had deposits or Station to the dock. The menus one Riverside Lions Club, 1240 South
ers goes to work on a beef car School. A resident of Miami, he
other credits in Philippine Islands are not stinted. cass In preparation for a meal. McDuff. The FRA is composedof
Ten million pounds of coffeeare and has been assigned to NAS Key
banks at the time of the Japanese Navy Marine personnelwith
and used by the Navy every year, than West. He entered the Navy in
occupancy, and such deposits K-Bonus more six years service,
credits were seized by the Imperial with about 13,000 pounds listedon Propose career men of the Navy and Ma- March 1954.
Japanese government -' and each restocking of a carrier For Ohio VetsA rine Corps and retired personnel. Ward captured top honors at
Aviation Electrician Mate School
have not been repaid or reestablished with a crew of 3,000. ? .
are authorized to file claim Vice-Admiral' M. L. Roy a r bill has been introduced in Women usually prefer men who Class A. In the Navy since 1952,
and receive payment of ouch deposits Chief of Naval Material, keeps f on the state senate of Ohio for a have something tender about them Ward came here from HutchisonKan.
and credit. his Washington office yrall a bonus for service during the -preferably legal tender. He has been assigned to

Claims should be filed with the motto which' reads: "Nothing, is Korean War. e VP-26 at Brunswick, Me.SOS .
Federal Claims Settlement Commission impossible as long as nobody The bill proposes that Ohio "What were your father's last t *

Washington, D. C., on or eves who gets the credit. Sup-, veterans be paid $10 per month words?" -

before the Aupwt 31, J955 dead- ply Corps people think. that about for domestic service and $15 for' "He didn't have, any _. mother ., ,
lire t sums It tIp, each month overseas duty. was with him ,to the end." .
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lighthouse keepers : mercial electricity, but there is fireman. \

do not have to lead the also an auxiliary power generator.All i ALL FOUR MEN are marriedand

solitary life as did their. equipment receives a thorough occupy, with' their families,
weather beaten forerunnersin weekly check. the modern fully equipped duplex
days of old. PRIOR TO THE construction of apartments provided d for duty per

Although the job of the men the light station the St. Johns; sonnet

who aid the ships at sea is no Lightship, put into operation in The lighthouse ,routine is knownto

less vital, their burden is. somewhat 1929, had the job of aiding ship' the women at the station as
lightened today by modern ping of the Jacksonville area. Its well as the. men. Boatswain Dasher -

electronic equipment and the operation required 15 men, while, says that his wife often nits Q
fact that their wives and families the new light station is mannedby up with him during a night watch "
four. overhauland and keeps the coffee brewing.
Yearly general
them. ,
are right at the station with a
hull repair of the lightshipran Mrs. Dasher is so atuned to, the
At least that's the it is at
way an estimated $10,000 to $20- station routine that she can take
the St Johns Light Station, a new-
000. Its light was only 13,000-can- simple readings of the compli-
Coast Guard facility at Mayport,
delpower as compared to the 250- cated radiobeacon equipment and

Fla. 000-candlepower light of the new tell, in general, when everything is

THE CENTER OF" activity at station. shipshape.As ";.!'..;w""" >>:\,,,",,,,_,.,,,.."w.,.,......"" ::;...w."""' ,.,.,,,<_-'........>... T.. T".."........,._._,- ...
the station is the light tower containing A lighthouse built at Mayportin strange as it seems the fe- MAYPORT LIGHT STAtION-The Job of warning ships approaching -
the radiobeacon equipment 1859 and which still stands, has males on the station outnumber the St. Johns River now belongs to the new modernSt.
which transmits radio signals used been the center of many local sea the men. In addition to the four Johns Light Station (above) about three-fourths of a mile
by the ships at sea for distance stories. It is now abandoned.One wives of the crew, there arc three south of the jetties at East: Mayport. The plant consists of the
i tower, 83 feet above sea level, with a 250,000-eandlepower beacon
finding. The radiobeacon oper- of the crew of the old light- other ladies living at the", taUon: light; radio beacon tower with maximum range of 200 miles; a
ates on an assigned frequency of ship is now the officer-In-charge Nora Jane Dasher, 3; Nancy June fog signal, and living: quarters for the, crew and families.the .
306 kilocycles, with a normal of the light station. He is Howard Dasher, 2; and Judy Kay Skin ----.--
St. Johns River well the
as
as
working radius of 100 miles anda L. Dasher, boatswain's mate ner, 2.Much.
maximum of 200 miles huge Navy ships which tie up at
range first class. Another former mem- of the shipping guidedby
In clear weather the station ber of the ship, Herbert P. Keifer, the Coast Guard activity at the nearby Mayport carrier basin.

sends out its signal (dot-dash-dot) engineman second class, is also a Mayport is commercial, with tank- The station was officially c/rni- '

during two 10-jnimite periods in crew member aboard the present ers and freighters posing most of mlssloned on December 15, 1954: ,
every hour, and in bad weather, light station. Other members of the daily tr 'ffic. Navy tankers and is under the jurisdiction of SALTY HUMOR FROM

every three minutes continuously.The the crew are Carrol M. Mickler, also depend heavily on the station the Seventh Coast Guard! District, HERE AND THEREThere
radiobcaccn also sends out seaman, and Theodore Skinner, for guidance around the mouth of with headquarters in Miami, .'la.1
calibrations to ships upon requestand was a lot of talk about
monitors radio signals of other simplifying income tax return

Coast Guard activities. ThereIs 1 b't forms. One tormented tax payer -
also an antenna tower 1,210 __ actually did something aboutit.
yards from the light tower topped '/' f ,
t ) He suggested a form to the
with two red obstruction lights. Internal Revenue Department on

ANOTHER MAJOR facility at R which these four lines appeared;
the station is the light, a 250,000- 1. What was your income tax
candlepower beacon'which is op- last year?

erated at night and also during 2. What were your expenses

the day when visibility is poor. 3. How much have you loft?
Located in the tower 83 feet abovesea 4. Send it inl!
level, it can be seen 18 miles i t

out to sea i in clear weather.. It f A teacher in Brooklyn said:

turns at the rate of one revolution I "Joey, give me a sentence using
every 20 seconds. the word 'bewitches'."

The St. Johns Light Station is ? a : After much.thought, Joey rev
unique in that it is the only radio- rx plied: "Youse go on ahcn<1--I'H
i beacon south of Norfolk that houses M I I bewitches in a minute."

fog horn equipment, another II *

major aid to navigation. Atop I I Four out of five womnn-h.it'

the fog signal structure, which ----------- f?. ):lf-:::::'..'.:',......."",..".,...:...<.'.,,:;J"fi'm:: are women
towers 40 feet above the sea and S *
MODERN EQUIPMENT FOR LIGiiTIIOUSE-KELPING-What a difference" In the lighthousesof
is built on concrete pilings in 37 old and the modern edition, as exemplified by the Coast Guard light station at Mayport. In Conceit is a form of "I" .strain
feet of water, is a 90-candlepower left photo above Carrol Mickler, SN, new member of the lighthouse, operates the complicated *
known the dials and knobs of the radiobearon equipment. At the right, with a little assistance from Buttons,
green flashing light as
lighthouse mascot, Herbert Keifer, EN2, operates the sound- powered phone located in"the generator Nudists: Tropic who wear one
St. Johns River Light. room of the light station, In the foreground is the auxiliary power generator button suits .
All facilities are dually equippedto -- S S S

. insure operation at all times. 11 At Fuel Depot A girl in a low-cut dress asked
The station is supplied with com- vm j SHOWBIZ Catering KP Test her doctor what' to do about a

Receive Checks cold. "The first thing,' said the .
Working FineThe doc, "is to go home, get dressed
CAG-17 Units and go to bed."
Air Force experimentwith For SuggestionsA .
caterer service in the mess
Bachelor's Just
apartment: a
QualifyAboardUSS (AFPS Weekly Feature) hall seems to be working total of eleven Dcncficial waste basket with wallpaper

Motion picture and TV star The Air Force six months Suggestion award checks have *

Coral SeaCarrier Jack Webb emceed the 27th an- ago hired a caterer to handle been presented to seven employees "I like sweater girls."
nual :Motion Picture Academy the preparation and serving of at the Navy Fuel Depot at
"Yeah but I'always wind
Air Group Seventeen Award nominations. All TV rights food in all the mesa balls at Trout River, within the past three up
with the kind that knit them.
staff and Fighter Squadrons 171 were sold to NDC which televisedthe Vance Air Force Base, Okla. months.In .
and 172' boarded the USS Coral show nationally for the first Word now comes that the experiment the most recent award
Sea at Mayport last Thursday fora time Feb. 12.Paramount. is working out fine. held last cere- Then, of course, you've heard

week of carrier qualifications.It Pictures is the 1954: The change has yielded bet- mony checks went to Tuesday six employees., seven the one about the two skeletons l in .

will be the first carrier ope- recipient of the Redbook Magazine' ter and more economical food Comdr. John N Myers, NAS Jax the mausoleum, one skeleton said
rations for the staff and two j jet 16th Annual Award for havIng service and has improved morale executive officer made the to the other one: "If we had any
pre "
we'd out of here.
squadrons since they returned made the "most distinguished and efficiency among the sentations. guts get. .

from a "world cruise" on board contribution to the motion picture men, Vance AFD officials report Within the three
past months
I have this dance "
the USS ,Wasp in May 1954. Industry In 1954.: The magazine .. the following have received "May ?
Although carrier operations arc With a staff of 75: employees, "I'm sorry, but I never dance
"Rear awards: Judge Cooley ((2 awards)
cited y. with a child," said she, with a
"old stuff to most of the pilots, the catering I firm provides
$100 Howard Miller awards
Window, "Liv- ; ((4 ), grin.
this is the first time any of them aid;, meals for a cost of about 21
ing It Up," "Sa- xt $65; Ray Gray (one award) $10; "Oh, a thousand pardons he
cents meal. Some 81 ,
with men
the exception of three "oldtimers" per
brina," "Knockon t Joseph Harris (one award), $50; said. "I didn't know your condi
in each have ; have been released from full
squadron, Wood," "The ; R. L. Hodges (one award), $65; tion."
gone aboard a carrier as membersOf Country Girl" 7 4i' time mess duty, and 44 airmen C. T. Newsome (one award), $10, .
VF-171 VF-172. who had KP one day every twoweek'
or and "The Bridges and Oswell Quina (one Award), The human brain is a wonderful -
have also been relieved
VF-171 flysF2H-3 Banshees and ,
at Toko-IU. .t i thing. It starts working when
the Air Force $10.It
VF-172 flys F2H-2 Banshees. life s says has been noted that the
. The number you 'are born and never stops un-
story of Grace ; r of suggestions accepted at til you stand up to speak In pub
4-Man Rubber Tent Kelly, a strong showing of Columbia's "The Long Navy Fuel1 Depot Jax-, which em lic.

To Get Frigid TestA contender for ; Gray Line" in Washington. The ployes 46 people, is an excellent SIS
an Oscar next demonstration of civilian employees "Do drink "
quonset-type, Inflating .proceeds went to the Soldiers, you ?
pneumatic rubber tent will be sub- month has been Grace Kelly Sailors, Airmen and Marines Club participation in a pro- "No."
jected to severe Arctic tests at carried by 19 magazines includinga here. gram which is steadily improving "Then please hold this bottle
Thule AFD, Greenland. five-page spread ,and cover in safety'conditions and operations while I tit my shoe." '
Universal International has at the activity.. .
The tent is 10 feet long, five Time. '
feet wide and four.f *thiffhrh n President" Eisenhower was hon- 'scheduled "Away All' EoatJ," for, Officer-in-charge of the Fuel SOS
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NAS Basketball CircuitThe With Gordon Robbie) ..

A new aspect has been inaugurated -

field lined up for the stretch drive in NAS intramural on the service

basketball competition this week as the 14-team league sports front with formation

entered the next-to-last lap on a 91-game schedule. a1'e of an Eastern Service Sports-

VP-18, defending champion, and writers Association.
site Squadron's top scorer, Jack
VC-62 held sway over other en- and
Mills, netting only nine points. Sports editors, writers pub
tries with unbeaten marks in 10 licity men of eastern military installations

and seven games, respectively. Fahy Contributes 32 i have been invited lo
VC-62 last week Hal Kuhn, with 29!) points, and
opened play participate in weekly voting foe
Ken Bluemner, with 20, paced
with a 46-30 conquest of VW4. the top eastern service quintets.The .
VP-18 to a 105.34 slaughter of
The losers displayed a tough defense idea was originated by
Supply. Score at the half 42-
swas
however with the Compo-
Date McIIant and Bob llardln,
11.
hard-working P a r r I. Inland
HAWS Quintet I Hospital finally showed it's poten'tial1y scribe

I powerful scoring punch, Mel Iain U. sports publicity director

Lead posting an 83.36 win over VP-16 a while Hardin holds down

In Slim I Bob Fahy, from his forward posi the job of sports editor with

tion, bucketed 32 points for the the Boot, weekly newspaper at
Over AO FiveWith winners. the Iftlond. "-

Later, the Corpsmen tripped Of last week, Andrews AFB,

"Jumping Jim" Littleton Communications, 6340. Scoringwas Washington D. C., was in a comfortable .
hitting for 26 points and "EasyEd" evenly divided, with Bob St. TWO !MORE POINTS Leaning for a layup shot Is John first-place lead In the vot-
of Six heated action in last weeks Banshees -
: Drenth Fasron during
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Larsen netting John netting 18 points and Jack -VA-175 hardwood tilt Drenth, high-scoring Fasron Six ing. Andrews is '53-54 Interser-.

Weapons System School took over Vecilli and Ted Durni, 12 each forward, tallied 25 ponts'many on layups, to pace his mates to vice cage champion.
undisputed possession of first 1 for the winners. a 70-61 victory Other identifiable players are Fred Shomber, VA- Second place last week was held
place in the NATTC Basketball I Tenda Leads 109 175 ((4)) and Will Ewing, Fasron! Six (far left), by the Quantico Marines, while the

league by downing Aviation Ord- A combination of forward John Ft. Lee Travelers field third spot

nanceman School, 83 to 71. Drenth and center Will Ewingwas Three In Front InNASBowlingLeagne Parris Inland ranked fifth, a

Also last week, NAWS School too much for VA-175 as }Fas notch behind I the Ft. Eustis

staved off a fourth-quarter' threat ron Six downed the Diplomats, Wheels! Camp Gordon PMGC. Ft.

from Aviation Storekeeper School'to 70-61. Drenth scored 25 points Jackson and Camp Gordon SCTC,

win, '72-64, for Its 13th victory -, and Ewing got 17. all on Sax Navy's schedule, also

of the season. Littleton\ tallied Fasron 109 knocked VF-172 are in the elite group.

28 and Larsen 23. from it's undisputed third place *

ZEKE RUANE, Bob Taitter and perch, posting a 46-44 victory Gil Fasron Six bowlers came to life last week, pounding out It's time, also, for armed forces

Ted Westberg had 23, 16 and 13, Tenda led the Beavers with 21 a 2166 series, high for the week in NAS intramural keg sportswriters and coaches to nom-

respectively, for the losers markers. play, to defeat VP-18 3-1. inate players for the AFPS 1955

The Storekeepers remained In Personnel, holding slim 20-18 Archie Wood with a 543 and tion FAW-11 blanked FAETUas Service All-Star five.

third place, however, by edging lead at the half, went on to tally Jim Manno with 504 series, led Tom McDermott blasted: 531 Included in the field are: Ernie

Training Facilities, 60-54. Ruane 40 points in the second stanza the winners. Included In the Fas- pins. Beck, Ralnbridge Navy; Lou

made 21 points for the winners and stop FAETU, 60-44. Paul ronltes barrage was a 908 second; Personnel, with a 531 by Ralph Taloronoulo and Cliff lagan,

and Bob Tartter scored 17. Powell Dunbar, big Personnel forward, game. Rickett and 503 by John Kozak, Andrew* AFR; Jerry Moye,
the l lowers with :24. 22 markers. 1'hlbLant; Mason Cope, Norfolk
topped hooped Jim Knudsen, with 507 and dumped Supply, 31. Earlier, the
OTHER RESULTS Supply Forfeits with 521 stood out NAS: Loren Tate, Ft Monmouth -
Roy Dietzler, Personnelmen had ended in a 2.2
AE-A 54, SS-lst Lt. 41; Marines Operations defeated VP-16, 44- for VP-18. The Patrolmen slipped stalemate with the VF-43 Cou and Jim O'Rrlen, Camp

61, AN-P School 55; AE-A 25, 42, after dropping a 44.-40 tilt to into a three-way tic for first in gars. Gordon PMGC.
Training Facilities 20; SS-lst Lt. 1 Communications.VP18 Also, Richie Guerin and Ronnie'
the National League as a resultof In final activity, Hospital and
26, AN-P 18; AO-A 92, Marines and VP-16 scored a win 4he loss.! the Cougars finished in a 2.2 Perry, Quantico; Dick Groat Ft. _

61. apiece via the forfeit route, first matches via tie. Belvolr; Richie Regan Parris island -
VA-175 won two
STAMMMGS ; Nell Gordon, Ft. Jackson;
time this In the NAS circuit.
year overwhelming (STANDINGS!
W/I. Leit the shutout route,
NAWS !Sihool ...... ...., .. 13 3 I FAETU failed to show against the AHKKU'AN LKACiUK Ben Green Shaw AFB; Don Tucker
AO-A School\ ..........T... 12 4 VF-172 and Fasron 109. Tam W 1. IVt Great Lakes Don
NTC and
,
Special Sorv. .............. 20 4 .8.U:
former while Supply forfeited to
AI(-A School .. .. .... .. 30 6
AN-P Sthool .. .. ........ 7 8 A 549 series by Bill Lacorte ComFair Jax .._. 17 7 ..70HPewonnel Savage, Pants Island. Just to
VP-16. .....!:.._..:. 8 .661
. .. ... .. ... .36
Marines 7 !9 STANDINGSDaffy and 506 by Guy 'Carroll shone Jo'A W.l1 ...._....,........_ 15 9 .6X1 name a few!
AK-A SS-lst School I.t : :: : ::: : :::: ::: 5 h 11TraKac 9 I TriM W T. Tel for the Attack crew in the first Electronics ....._.,,...._ 11 13 .458! *
\1'.18 ..... ..... .............. Commu"I'Zatlona1 10 14 ..411HotpIUl
. . . . 3 13 30 0) 1.(1)0)(
VC-6l: ..... .............M 7 0 1.00JO match.I Carroll's 477 wtft high in "_. ..' 10 14 ..411 nArKnORDNTERAny!
Jo'asron log .................. 6 :7 .667 rFP4)y ? 8 16 .33.)

Spikers Cop o'usron: .Six......__......."..._,......._.."... 6 6 ::1 3 .,667Itcupitai .foG7Vo'.17l the bout with the Beavers.circuit FAETU Cougar'-............................ 7 17 17 :.292.22 I at one station interested swlmlmng in life guard pools duty this
Also in the National NATIONAL LEAGUE: : I
-=::.:::::::: 4 5 4 3 :.ra,6VA.175 oVt' VF-43's Falcons and VF-173 both VA175VK43 ............._...,......._ IS 6 .730 coming season, contact Chief Robert
.18 ... -......._._,_._ 2 4 .:.7,736 Falcon __.,... 1a 6 .750
__.__.._ Services
Match From t claimed 4.0 victories over VP-16. VP-18 21 7 .750VF Page, Special extension
: = :.73.1 .173 .,,. .... n 9 .623:!: '
VW.ISupply ,.......:::::: .. MM 512.
.. 3 .300Personnel' VC-62 do\yned VW-4, 31. VC-63: ..... .. .,...__ 14 10 .r.R.l
:::::::.::::::.= 2 I :.250 Fannm Six _.___ 12 12 .follO Remember 6.5 Mac Stones with '
.....
.
., _
Potent FSUThe ('nmmunicatloss ...:... 2 II ,:.n> In American League cannonading VW-4. 9 19 .3211
AJo'rU _..._......"......."... 2 8 .2://00( Special Services held it's VF172VIMS Fasron 109.. .....,...,..= 6 7 21 14 .250.300 Lake Champlaln's ComFair Jax
-.._.... _._. 0 115 .000 Tourney entrant last year! The
Jax Navy volleyball team nit Ions: Raisin-a grape first-place lead with a 3.1 win J Daytona Beach native is now withstetson's

continued it's mastery of Florida; with worries. Goblet-a small sailor over Electronics, Tony Gonzaleswas .

State University, defeating the Trouble-opportunity in work hot for the winners with a ANP( ) Aces Lead I II The 26-24 startingfive."yawner" that Fur-
Seminole spikers in a match last 533. I
clothes. Cocktail drink that
The Citadel last
man posted over
Friday at Mainside gym. makes you see double and feel sin ComFair Jax: kept pace witha NATTC Keg LoopEd week came one night after Jax

The FSU squad is ranked second gle. 3-1 verdict over Communica- Navy broke Citadel's 22-game los

nationally behind UCLA, in .. .. -.' Way of Airman Preparatory ing streak.
collegiate circles. Jax Navy, how School, leaders in the NAT *

ever, has had little trouble in TCenter Intramural I bowling
Who-cares Dept.: The best teamIn
the past in downing the Semi- league, is pacing individual keg- the New England Interservic

noles. lers with a high average of 163. Athletic Conference is Wes -over
JAX Takes Last 3 The also have
,. .' aS Preps high se- AFB, Mass
With ex-VP-16 star, Gene Lewis ries of 2385 and high team aver- It's quite likely that the Eat

leading the way with his crisp age with 764. Joe Daly, also of Coast women's service banket.

spikes and accurate setups, FSU 7' '., ANP( ) School, holds high single ball championship hinges! on the
.
the first two :' : mark of 225 and Indi-
swept games on game high outcome of this weekend's two
the best-three-of-five card. .:-1.4'' vidual series with 588. between
games Camp Lejeuneand
With only one victory neededto LEADING SCORERS
clinch the match, coach Bill I IOdeneal's ; Way.................... 24 363paly North Carolina
............"...... 24 16J: camp.
spikers were unable to Summit .......,.........24 1ft/ NATTCenter Waves have been
find a winning combination after Wtlhorn ........,......24 I5flLudwlck
j''A ................ :21 157 active in several athletic field
the second tilt.Strum. kp Clegg ..........,..;..... 2157 Wilma Ellenberger, Communica.
Coaches ) Tarkon .................. 22 156
'A; 3 Kellams .................24 152 tions-was on the rifle team. Former .
I Ii .. .. .. ......
Gene Byron, and Al Shiller, Borgei . 24 151 Waves Bobbl Borrowes and
Burner ........,......... 23 151
both of AE-B School, stood out I Balbach ..... ..... .. ..... 2i 100 Britta. Reinhart were members of
for the victors. Along with Lewis, Ii + the pistol and swimming teams.
maiden from
There once was a
Phil Slaton was outstanding. for .' ry hf The gals at NAS aren't to be
Siam
Florida State. denied, either. "Little Bit" Haf-
Who said to her lover
young
Jax Navy team members are: y
Klam ley, Pat Harvey, Nancy Ward and
Bill Grove, AE-B; Chuck King, Beverly Bistodeau have held their
"If you kiss me, of course,
AE-B; Gabby Champagne, NAT- own on the diamond and basketball -
"You'll have to use force-
TCenter; Carl Sturm, AE-B, court.
FAWTU Ken ..... .. 1 ... "But I'm certain you're stronger
coach; Earl Fuller, ; """"""" -- "' --""' ''''' : than I am." .

Steiner, AE-B; Bill Oehrli, MAD; HOOP PACERS-Two good reasons for Naval Air Weapons A 'good woman Inspires a man;

Joe Benczak, FAWTU; Jim Don- System School being on top the NATTCenter intramural basket- a brilliant woman interests him;

nelly, VF-103; Don McDeed, M- ball league standings is the high-scoring duo of Ed Larsen (left), SOS a beautiful woman fascinates him;
shown with coach Rill Le-
and "Jumping Jim" Littleton (right)
AD; Fred Didrick, Fasron Six, bert. Littleton has averaged 23 points in 16 game Larsen has a and a sympathetic woman mar-

and Byron and Shiller mark of 21 point in half a do/en contests. ries him. *



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February 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven



Rods and1mrods I 6ND Cage Finals TWO-BIT CLUB

I Membership in the Two-Bit

I To Be Contested lub was restricted this past

(This column Is devoted to week to "upper classmen" withno

outdoor life and the host of Here, Mar. 7-11 newcomers entering the coveted .

and enthiuU circle
hunting fishing
entries have been
board the station or attached. Although no Hal Kuhn, main cog in VP18's .
officially received as yet, compe-
drive to the hardwood
facilities.
t* neighboring : )
tition for the Sixth Naval District -
Bream 3 and speckled 1 perch Basketball 'Tournament at heights, scored 29 points to en

should be on the beds about this ter the Club for the fourth
7-11 ii
Mainside gym, Mar. expected -
time but the cold weather has time this year.
kept the water so chilly that the Fliers Defeat FSU to be furious. He took over individual lea-,
COACH IRA Norfolk of the
dership from VF-172's Tom
fish won't go on the beds just
Tarris Island Marines stated in- blanked in last .
Nofs,' one try
;yet. Skein tentionsof entering the Leathernecks v
This is the time of ;year, however Snap Losing week.
in the tourney. It's not
to catch speckled perch and Third time members of the
definite at this time, however,
some nice catches have been re- i Club are: Dick Powers, FAE-
ported. I The battle-scarred Jax Navy basketball Fliers, weary if the Marines are eligible for TU, '25: Bob Fahy, Hospital, I

Chiefs Charlie Hillyer and from a back-breaking schedule that has seen most of the play. 32, and John Drenth, Fasron

George C. Hall, of NATTOnUr, dark spots, broke out of an eight-game losing streak, longest The host Jax Navy Fliers, defending Six, 25. -

boated 63 speckled perch in Dead of the year, to down the Florida 'State University "B" titlist, aren't given too 'XObTKB:
.....___ X
good chance of repeating this Kuhn. VP18 33, M. 37.
Lake recently. Some of the fish team, 74-66, last Friday at Mainside gym. a T. Not, VF-172 SO, X M
Serious losses have hindered = 34. 29. 25 _
year. Powers. PAETU
Dick Tate and Junior
weighed two pounds. Casstll, ... 27, :Ji.Dnnu
32.
the Fliers lust at :Main- i F hy. Hospital -
Thursday chances.In .
S a I lone holdovers! from last year's the locals Furon SixX,25. z.
side gym, getting by with a surprisingly : all probability, Memphis swing, Kacron Sly...,,.. J!
Torbenille powerful District __
John of 0 A: H championship Tenda, Fiuron 109 J. 31
close 102-94 victory Navy ,and Pensacola Navy will Welnhold, VA175 .... 3*
quintet, joined to the Fliers
caught 50 red bass while fish- capture Drtnnwi. VW-4 __.. ... 3J
-? +-
Jax Navy outscored Parris Island field top-notch clubs. An entry ... 25
ing in the Waucasasste River in third win since Jan 1, nioebaura VC-62
filth' ranked service teamon ii also from Charleston 1111. Supply 25
the Gulf Hammock last week. Scenting a victory, the McCaf- expected BrauKht, iAETU _..__... 25
the East Coast, 60-47, in the and. West.EXTENSIVE.
Key
Jim Tyler, 0 tc R, with his son, freymen went on to break a 55-
second' half. and lia-
boated some .very fine bream and 55 tie at the 8:47: mark of the planning
speckled perch out of McGirt's second half. Tate had 38 points to lead all sion work pertaining to tourney

/Bcoieia.! For the Marines, high highlights and berthing and mess- SOS
C1''eels, Just south of the Timu- The Fliers fell back info the
man was Bill Tompkins with 16 ing of participants is being car-
quana Bridge. depths Saturday night, though, as
.. S points lied out by Lcdr. Jay B. Maze,

R. P. Tea git, L. .K.: Blackburn MORE: TROL'RLK:! NAS Special Services officer, and

and Dr Jack Anderson caught SG Fliers9 Weekly lokly! FU. Fresh. .. 14(99) r Jar Tate:Nuy?OS. ..).41 Frank McCaffrey, tourney coordinator McKay Paces
SuitndcrR .. 2 f Cassell ... .12 .
speckled perch out of Block Creek UollowajrHenderson .\i f
this past weekend.They used Hardwood SlateThe ..'9 f The District champion will ad-
Williams ,.. B e '1I'0110r4 4 Marine Five
cane poles and line minnows. Ft. Jackson Kagles, led Tike .. K It' Sheets .?.. T vance this year into further Navy
I'srrlsh R If lards .. 4 competition at the Southeastern
Best times I for fishing this by the inimitable Neil Gordon, llobbs ? K; I Kldd 10
Ucnnttt .. 6 Conference Tourney at Orange VClSanford
weekend are as follows: invade Mainside gym tonightfor I .. ,
Saturday 0600 to 1030:} and basketball with the Totals '99 78 Tex., the week of Mar, 14.
a
game Led by Jim McKay with 32
1500 to 1830.
Jax Navy Fliers. joints the NATTCenter Marine -
,
Sunday0600 to 1100 rind 1600
Jax
Jr. here
College comes
t6 1830. basketball quintet caught on fire
tomorrow Both clubs.
Bob Blown. evening in the second half to defeat the
--
hold victories JAX
previous / over Sanford CFAD Sea Fads last week
(News fur thin column ran he

bubmltti-d through Bolt! Brown, Navy.1'onljtht-I"f.Jackson. at NATTCenter gym.

extension 525, Accessories ))h'l.| Tomorrow-Jux Jr. College.. AFTER" HOLDING leads of 11-

Mon, 0 & K.) Mar. 2-Orlando AI'B.All ti y' I It 2 and 25-13, the Sanfordites wilt
t ed. Score at the half read Marines
home games strut at 2015

MOD Links Play f fu M a Ins t d e. gjm, Building 31, Sanford 27.
Three. The second half was like the
I '
1, .: .' opening stanza, nip and tuck, un-
At HAS -;
,Saturday the potent University of : til the Leathernecks began pull
Plpikla
In a revival of the popular Frosh quintet tripped the locals, t;; {'it; ; : :. :. ing away with five minutes re'

PrAm golf tourneys at the station -- 99-78, at Florida g,1in Gaines .. .,,1 : Y maining.

links, a team of Lew Chaff, ville. THE; WIN WAS the 15th of the

Wally Wesscll, Pete Gushanas Earlier in the season, Jax Navy year for Mitchell's Marines, ,

md Dcl Bratcher came out on had administered an 81-79 setback ;.:,, ',' against five losses. '

top last Friday with a combined Ip the Baby Gators. The Florida : .. Sanford won the ComFair Jax

34. Frosh have lost only two games .f ;:: cage title two weeks ago and is

Second place went to the com- this year. battling for ComAir Lant honors

bine of Doc Hornebuckle, Bob Dick Tale tied the Jax Navy individual -. this week at NAS Norfolk.

Page, Bill Bassett and Art Ken- scoring mark of 41 points, .

field, with a 35. held by himself, to keep Jax Navyin .___."'."" "_" "nn..n.n..n.," ,, ." ....,........v.. 0:" ......_..N. __ Honolulu sportswriters voted
In Saturday's Blind Bogey, T the game. marine Sklppy Dyer most valuable
PEEK-A-BOO-1ohn Wagoner (with ball), Jax Navy guard
A. Dawson hit the lucky numberof I The Partis Island Marines ran player on the Hawaii All-Star
appears as though he's playing hide-and-go-seek with Parris Is.
71 with an 8514. Second wentto into unexpected difficulty against land's AI Harris (3) during first-half action in last week's Fliers- grid team in the recent Hula Bowl

Gushanas, with 841074. Islanders basketball game at Mainside gym. No. 16 In photo is game with the College All-Stars.

The March of Dimes Golf Tour Jackson Marine forward Jim Mooney ex-VHIanova ace. After leaving the Dyer was the star halfback for the
Teddy .Cops court at half-time with a 55-34 deficit, Jax Navy caught fire to
nament slated for the NAS links 1954 Hawaii Marine championship
nearly overtake heavily-favored PI. The Islanders won, 102-94."' :
last Tuesday was postponed until Ringer Golf TourneyTeddy eleven.

this Saturday. For further information

on this event,, call the Jackson, chief person- Crackerjax Set SightsOn
golf shack, extension 8157. nelman in the Chaplain's Office Sports From'Yesferyear
at NATTCenter, turned in a 70-
Qualifying for places on the
Jax Navy varsity golf team is 3-67 to win the first annual
Golf Tourney of the En- Eastern Cage CrownWith
due to end Tuesday, Feb. 28 Ringers Another in a weekly feature
listed Men's Wives Club at the ,
Trials are over a 36-hole distance that brings to life performance
I station course recently. I' sights set on an unofficial claim to the 'Eastern on the Naval Air Station sports

Underwater Meeting: I Second place was snared by service women's basketball championship, the Jax Navy scene from dusty Issues of the

There will be a meeting of all Nadine Maze, scratch player, who' Crackerjax travel to Camp LejeUlle, N, C., this weekend to Jax Air News.

personnel interested in under- had a 69.Other -play the Women Marines. TEN YEARS ,AGO TODAY
water i top finishers: second The Lejeune Lady Leatherneckshave The' NAS bowling alleys were'
swimming
.
including spear- AAU
championship, the Crackerjax
flight :Mary Metcalf, winner, claimed the service women'stitle accommodating 66 teams In
fishing
.
Monday at 1930 at the were eliminated in the semifinals
NAS Library, Building 3. I I Mary Ellen Holden, runner-up; the last three years. Play after a hectic overtime battle league competition.The .
I third flight-Frances Smith, winner will be under National Scholastic Jax Navy basketball Fliers
with Baile-Sey
!! and Sara Stafford, runner- Women's Association rule 2T-2S. held a 22-3 record with a

SOS I up. In the Florida State Women's Record Is ItT -' per-game average of 5T .points.!

I h e y bounced- back, Sunday, FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY

however, to notch their 16th victory :
Out of of five
a squad men
I Event At Key West I against a lone defeat in service :
lax Navy Eyes 6ND Bowling competition by downing' the Jax Open/ Navy. Division scored competition three wins in in

Memphis NAS Flyerettes,''53-29, at I
each the Jax Golden Gloves Tour.
have rolled against
A held Feb. 5 at the NAS some '
half dozen top keglers event the Malnsid gym.
other in intramural play. ney.
make up the Jax Navy: varsity lanes. The Crackerjax' season's recordIs I
bowling team entered' In the Two matches have been Team members, with league now 264. Coach Jack Lucov-

Sixth Naval District Tourneyat scheduled for Jax Navy priorto averages, are: Jim Hinkle 1 sky l Jones a pair of guards th1.tI I Qorsky paving the way.

Key West all next week. the Tourney. Possibly two FAW-11, 157: Guy Carroll, VA- week to transfers Willa Edwardsand Limits Enemy' Ace

THE SQUAD IS made up of more will be formulated to enable 175A>181; Fret Daly, ANP( ) Zeke Zaninl, both Marines, go Gem Gortky's fine all-round

some of the best bowlers in the locals to work well together School, 150; 'Tiny" Wilhorn, to Aerology School at Lakehurst, I IN,3. play earned her an All-Star berth.
NAS and NATTCenter intra- J Last year, playing for the NAT
MAD, 173: Art Feller, VC-62,
mural competition.The In the AAU tourney, the Crac Center Waves, Curl was chosen
not worked 168, and Coach N. D. Dottorff,
team was chosen on the JAX NAVY HAS kerjax won a first-round game All-State in the WSGA Trutna

basis of qualifying scores in an together M a unit. However, AK School, 66. with Orlando, 31281th 't errf I ment at St. Petersburg.r2' .




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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 24 February 1955

'" ..;, 'i"J::::" ,"0',::" I HOT AIR
Navy Talent Troupe "
{ a 'rw lfSSl1lPJj'g.

1 j 'Sends' WaycrossJax .W(
>
? : Navy talent made a hit ---

: t ) in Waycross, Ga. last week whena
+ : : group of sailors and Waves

a from Jacksonville staged a floor

ii show for the Lions Club's-annual } i N

YE ladies night banquet at the Oke-
,1 R, fenokee Golf Club.

James Morgan, TDSN, and Em-

akJ ; mifl Rodifer, AA pantominist, swa'' nt a -
respectively '''first place winner

and alternate in last fall's District y aitiI

Navy Talent Show, won applausefor
) I(
their specialties which
J V I It really ::,
"sent" the Georgia Lions.

Morgan sang "Wandering", "OldM
an River" and "Without a

Song". Rodifer repeated his well-
IjiWl_Dr'.liit: : IB[ known version of the sorry, but that's the only

I PLANES GALORE-Thrlty-five plastic models of airplanes are surrounded by nine students "Pass the Other Udder, we have right now!l"
I at Aviation Ground Officers School at the Training: Center. Students at the school use the models and in addition interpreted r
I as part of their sea and air identification study. Left to right are: Lcdr. Jaytne Costa, Brazilian Freberg's "C'est bon" and
I Navy; Ensigns Richard Braley, Alan Armstrong, Lincoln Ames, Hugo Barucio, Charles Bond, ce
( John Beaslcy and Raymond Berg, and Lcdr. Sylvlo de Siquelra, Brazilian Navy. Starr's "Rain"Other
vocalists
1 the occasion were Lt.appearing Rose ( offering for sale arti
r
Pentagon Urging aY4 4'6V man, and a trio of Waves, of property such as wash

Lawlor, Barbara Denton, and machine, cars, furniture,

i More Hazard Pay HERE ARE ANSWER6 70 hE Mae Lewis. clothing, and the like
QUESriOKS Lt. Sam Brewer acted Defense' De-
SERVICEMEN AND THEIR as prohibited by
While hearings continue on
1I /e FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS ter of ceremonies. regulation) This' ('01-
the military pay raise, an urgent APMINISTRATI It EVERV PAY... Cj *
will however list such
MT-
plea has been sounded by
a* available housing, rides
Pentagon officials for increased Q I am taking on-the-job
I to submit list lost and found articles
of beneficiaries
new
hazard pay.Substantial training under the Korean GI Bill.I .
other similar notices. Ad
and sub also would like to when you convert your
\ flight enroll in a taken Fridays and Monday
\ marine pay increases as well correspondence course on the side Insurance. The beneficiaries you at NAH extensions", 216 and

\ as boosts in basic pay will be to study.a subject related to my ,hAn named* originally will carry ), '

provided by the pay bill. over to your permanent In. ron KENT
job training. Will VA pay fcr
the course? huranoe. You can, of ,course, unfurn. apt., $75, 3661 Riv

,l 1l GI Education A-The law prohibit VA from change the designation of-.lx'ne.ficlarlc (Personnel are invited to Ave. Apply 3642.- Oak .St

1 paying you an additional amountof at any time you desire the USO Servicemen's Club 9378.
(Continued on Page 1)) to cover the cost of 37 West Monroe Street. (urn. apt, $t5, 8060 Ham
6 uary 1, 1955, for example, could money correspondence course. It Club is open from 0930 to Blvd., EV 9-2331 or 'Ext.
your
have earned entitlement only ran pay only' the required allowance Q-What i is the time limit 'for, daily)) Norwood.
through the end of January or filing a claim for an allowance to furnTapt, 852 St. Clah, EV
for jour on. the Job A Little Theater group is
about a month and a half of train cover the burial costs of a veteran ,
training. formed by the USO Club.
will be able to buildup
he
ingNow ?
unfuin. cottage, 6840
Walter of New York
Q-My National Service Life ,
time for as lo.ng as
training A-A claim Ave. EV 8-5137 Gil-
,
must to filed \ ,
in acting '
he remains on active duty up Insurance term policy has lapsed.I producing, .
within two from the date .
to the maximum or to the dateof want to reinstate It and, at the years radio and theater will
up .
of permanent burial of the vet furn. apt., $50, 1218 Chal-
of the
All
his first discharge same ,time, convert to a peimancnt charge grpup.,= Hanks'
EV 9-0291 .
eran. Ave. ,
plan. What payments will I personnel are invited to
to
THE LAW DOES NOT apply turn apt., $45, 2051 Ernest
those who began their military have to make to the VA'? wo If interested sign up at' EL 5.5507, Watklns.

service after January 31, 1955; A-You will be required to a-- Air News or the USO. The furn. apt., Orange Park

i they are not eligible for GI Bill pay one monthly premium at y. e. meeting of the group will Kingsley Ave. Inquire 702
t training. It affects only those the term rate, and your first Rye place Tuesday March 1 at McDowell. .

... who stalled their military service regular premium at the pernia Plans will be made for the apt, Orange Park, 710
before January 31 and who had rent plan rate. The latter maybe ting on of the Caine Mutiny.Thursday sle3'. Inquire 702 Kingsley

not accrued maximum GI trainIng either a monthly, quarterly, Feb 24- .

s entitlement by that date. semi-annual or annuiil payment. Hunt; Dancing to records. fmn. bouse, EV 9-1275,

I Q-I plan to convert my GI Friday, Feb. 25 1800 Hill.
I Five Patrol term insurance policy to a permanent Italiano spaghetti supper; 5."I'm furn. apt, $11, 1511 Bans

(Continued from Page 1)) plan. Will I have to send VAa Dancing to records. EV 8-2407, Spurgion.
new list of beneficiaries, or will furn. apt., $12.50,1511 Barrs
ed to NAS this week from a five Saturday, Feb. 26 -Open
beneficiaries already named carry EV 8-2407, Spurgion.
months deployment at Argentia .from 1400 to 2400; Dance
\ N. F. over to my permanent insurance? /I ..4fl music by NAS Jumping unfurn. house, $100, 5336
EV 80289.
i THE PATROL SQUADRONS A-It I!* not necessary for you SundayFeb.. -1000" ,
r, furn. or unfurn. apt., $75/
) for the sub coffee then off church
will scour the seas to Park St, A. M. Pitts.
with P2V-5 Neptune land bombers _Air GroupContinued junior hostesses; 1400 Open ; house, 3518 McCasion St.
P5M Marlin and PBM Mariner 1730 Community sing, 91540E. E. Carlson.
( from Page ))..,
All gg- refreshments of
I seaplanes. are equipped courtesy furn. apt., EV 9-4275, Lake-
; with sensitive "Hunter-Killer" tier Air Group 5. tes; 2000 Movie "Flesh .
USS Leyte-Oct. 9, 1950, to
a electronic detection gear. Fury". bungalow, $60, please call
Jan. 19, 1951, including Carrier
The Exploit will retrieve the
Monday, Feb. 28 Ping 6:00: P.M., 4524 Astral St.
dummy bombs and mines after Air Group 3. instruction with Frank ; 9-4726, Burrell.

the patrol craft dump them on USS Philippine Sea-Aug. 4, Fencing with Don Oates; I unfurn. apt., $50. Inquire

I the submarine. 1950: to May 31, 1951 (includIng at Skateland, reduced rat ; 1630, 234 W. Fourth, 112-
Several officers from VP-16 Carrier Air Groups 11 and Bowling. .

will ride on the Cutlass as ob- 2)), and ianr 31 to July 27, 1953 Tuesday, March 1First unfurn. house, 4526 Blont.
servers. (including Carrier Air Group EV 77388.
ing 0 f Little Theater ;
Throughout the exercises all 9)).
x, Game night.Wednesday. gar. apt. $75, 1319 Hamil
squadrons except'VP-5:) will workOn USS rrlnt'eton-Dec. 5, 1950, EV 8-3829.

their operational readiness inspection to Aug. 10, 1951; ,April 15 to March 2 bedim, Murray Hill, EV
requirements. The Com- Oct. 18, 1652 (including Car tra dance with i .

mander of FAW-11 will judge rier Air Group 19 for these two Serenaders. FOR SALE
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ach unit on its accuracy of periods) and March 13 to May house, 4419 Wabash Ave.

underwater tracking and "attack- 15, 1952; June 11 to July 27, Big Doings' At Boetteger.
Ing" of the Cutlass. 1953 (including Carrier Air unfurn. house, $72, EV
Group 15 for these two periods Southeast, Festival 2, R. T. Faulkner.

). house, 5532 Capri Rd., Va
AF Cadet Uniforms Servicemen in uniform will
USS Sicily-Aug. 3, 1950, to Manor, EV 83096.
Aug. 1 1951. The award does able to attend the_ Ocala
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Get DeMille .Touch house, 5524 Arva Circle,
not Include personnel attachedto eastern Festival Feb. 28 8-1045, Barker.
Cecil B. DeMille, one of Holly Marine Fighter Squadrons March 6'at half price. MISCELLANEOUS

wood's top producers, will design 21 and 323. One of the feature or ciders for carpool from

the uniforms for the Air Force USS Valley Forge-July 3 to Is the Rodeo to be .held ,: 'Beach, working'' hrs.., 7:00-

Academy cadets. Nov. 18, 1950; Dec. 11, 1951, 4 and 5 at 2000 and again M6 : P.M., call Dyal, Ext. 384.
The Academy at Colorado to June 11, 1952; Jan. 1 to .SWEET 17-She's Carol Cole, 1400. Naval! personnel are desires exchange of duty in
) ftpringv, Colo., has announced that March 1, 1953. (Award includes a junior at Ocala, Fla. High to enter the rodeo contest West area. Contact R. D.
School. Carol Is one of the contestants
DeMille will receive: no pay for his Carrier Air Group 5 for the periods for the Southeastern Other feature attractions A02 Fawtulant, NAS, Key

I ""'CM. July 3 to Nov. 18, 1950, Queen Contest to be held In a cowboy dance Feb. 26; a .

and Jan. 1 to June 5, i93, and conjunction with the Lions wide broadcast of the show -1 lady's fur stole. In

: SOl Air Task Group One from Dec. Ocala.Club Rodeo Servicemen, March will 4-5 be admitted at 5; beauty contest, March '4 call ,extension ,8220,

11, 1W1: to June 11, 3952.) reduced rates. I whisker derby< contest March ; Sweeny.WI .
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