Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 21 year-old airmindedJax vigorous training under the Faw- which included wing overs, aileron

z Wave link trainer opera: tuLant Detachment "A" pilot Instrument rolls, standard rate turns and

! tor is believed "have estab- program solely for the climbs, and other intricate man.
! lished an unprecedented Naval euvers. She also recorded several
aviation feat today when she purpose of gaining a realistic Insight instrument takeoffs but made no
to a pilot's problems throughan landings. -*
reportedly became the first *
inflight standpoint, thus becoming -
Navy Wave to complete a Her second phase included air-
and proficient -
a more adept
pilot's instrument flying 1 link instructor. way navigation, air traffic control

course. approach control proceduresand
She is Barbara E. Denton, TD3, FLYING A DUAL-controlled other facets of flying in add!

"Waterbuly, Conn., attached to T-28 trainer, the young Wave, tion to a 1200 mile crosscountryflight.

FaetuLant Detachment Two. The while boxed in "under the hood", .

fledgling pilot volunteered for the logged 15 instrument flight hours: "For her level of experience,

Denton is a good pilot," LtJg( ) -

Glen A. Mathis, Fawtu instructor

r commented. "She is conscientious,

enthusiastic and catches on quickly. -

BARBARA WAS not given the

"full treatment", Mathis explained

since she was not allowed to

I fly above 10,000 feet, but she hadan

excellent cross-section of all .

l VOL-13 No. 46 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Ha. 23 February 1956 phases.

;. l Denton aspires to become a

WAVE-All decked licensed CAA link operator and

out in regulation flight cloth ... ..... perhaps obtain a private pilot's

Ing FaetuLant, Barbara. Detachment Denton, TD3 Two, of Red Cross Makes .. .. :-,.,: ,...,..,,...':;:1,.... license. On this score, Mathis said,

Jax, prepares to climb into the, .. ij/.r....,..... ; "Once her landing techniques are
Plea ForDisaster' she'll have little diffi-
cockpit of a T-28 Navy trainer. Special perfected,
The young .Wave today com t culty in acquiring a license.
pleted the FawtuLant Detach Her flight does not lead to
ment "A" pilot instrument fly Funds: :
"Wingsof Gold" but she defi-
ing syllabus. !; i
The Red 'Cross office at I nitely has learned the rudiments

NAS Jacksonville is joining :, (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)

Commissary Store with the national organization -

in making a plea for voluntary Fend
Has New HoursThe contributions through Qutlo.ok.Bright

Commissary Store has March, when the ARC con-.

scheduled new hours for shop- ducts its annual membership For PromotionsTo

ping commencing Thursday, enrollment.The .
March 1. special plea results from ,

New shopping hours will be a year of almost continuous disasters All GradesDespite

as follows: Tuesday, Wednesday across the nation which
Friday, and Saturday have left the budgeted coffers -
TO INSPECT NARTU-Naval and Marine Air Reservists attached ,
0900 to 1500; Thursday 1300 bare and dipped into the emer- to Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Jacksonville, some the fact that the
to 1900. gency reserve funds as well. 1,000 strong, will congregate Friday to be reviewed by Rear Navy is scheduled for a slight
The Commissary Store will Flood victims in the northeasternstates Admiral Daniel V. Gallery (right). Chief of Naval Air Reserve decline in strength, wholesale
Training, and Brig Gen. Arthur F. Dinner (left), Commander promotions all along the line
be closed Sundays, Mondaysand absorbed about $18 million Marine Air Reserve Training. The local unit with Its 11 squad
all legal holidays. last fall, and the Christmas rons will be In competition with those from 27 other units and 235 are in store for both the Navy,
floods in the western states took squadrons throughout the U. S. and the Marine Corps from

about $8 million more. petty officer and non-com to

In all, '100,000 persons received 'Weekend Warriors' Assemble general and to admiral, ac-
emergency food "and cordiog to the picture given

shelter, and more than 25,000 this week to the Stennis sub
Reserve Unit Set For committee of
OpenIn families aid.were This has given created, rehabilitation a financial Services committee.Senate Armed

Under the provisions of the
crisis all assistanceso
granted the disaster sufferers Arends Act, service officials must
Supply .is absolutely free. FridayFriday give their promotion plans for the
coming fiscal year to Congress

A cafeteria-canteen is now Although Elisha Price, NAS is the big day of the year for some 1,000 Naval early each year. Although the

in operation in the southeast Red Cross director, states that no and Marine Corps "Weekend Warriors" who will assembleat number of enlisted\ promotions is

of the formal drive will be conducted 2000 in Hangar 113 for their annual military inspectionand not required, the number hopedfor
Supply Depart-
corner aboard the Station, he says that
review. in each pay grade on June 30,
ment Building 110 it has
Red Cross volunteers will stand
Many weeks of preparation will 1957, was disclosed.
been announced.The by at convenient locations on the a month, will form at 2000 .
be climaxed these North Flo-
by .
facility officially openedfor station for a few days, ready to for their inspection by Rear Adm. A figures
rida and South Georgia reservistswho comparison of these
business, starting with the
accept voluntary contributionsand Daniel V. Gallery, Chief of Naval
make their bid for top hon. with the number in each gradeon
issue membership cards. Con- Air Reserve Training and Brig.
ors against 27 other Naval Air Oct. 31, 1955, shows more per
will be Gen. Arthur Fremont
tributions also acceptedin Binney,
Reserve Training Units scattered sons In both higher officer and
With arrangements for seating
Building 39, Mainside or Commander Marine Air Reserve
throughout the U. S. The publicis enlisted grades.
90 persons, the cafeteriacanteenwill
Building 563, NATTCentcr. Training, and their staffs.
be open for business Mon invited to attend the inspection The Navy will not only pro-
Price explains that emergency ON THE AGENDA earlier in
review. mote enough men to chief to fill
in accord-
day through Friday
government funds, restricted for % the day, at 1330, isa facilities attrition but will expand the E-7
ance with the following sched- restoration of facilities The "Weekend Warriors" who
public ,
inspection. Also slated for 1330 is
ule: breakfast--0630 to 0800 cof- grade by, 700, E-6 by almost 9,000,
; (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) train at NARTU Sax ,one week- a luncheon at the Prudential In- P02 by 37,000, balanced by decreases
fee and snacks-0915 to 1015; and
surance Building in Jacksonvillein in the non-rated grades.
lunch-1130 to 1500.
-, honor of Rear Adm. Galleryand
Station Management and the The over-all enlisted strength is

Board of Directors of the Employees' Brig. General Binney, and estimated, at 584,200 as against .
invited guests. 581,221 on Oct. 31, 1955.
Association have for sometime '
The 400 (City of Toronto) 1 .
recognized the need for ex
Squadron Pipe 'Band (See Page '
panding food services operationsin Marine enlisted men will see
order to make it possible for 4)) will perform at 1315 at the substantial increases in E-tt, E-5,
I Prudential Building and again at and E-4 between now and June
to obtain hot
more employees a Q.L i7 y .
meal during lunch periods. It is the evening inspection. 30, 1957. The total of master ser-
Following the Inspection in geants is expected to drop by
believed.that this facility will be
Hangar 113, a reception will be 400. The Corps anticipates con
of direct benefit to
a large number ,
of personnel'who heretoforefor held at the Officers Club and a tinuance of the token 100'promo-
dance is scheduled for enlisted tions will
to E-7 a year. It expand
a number of reasons have
personnel at King Hall (NATTC staff than
been unable to patronize the sergeant by more 7,000
auditorium). and sergeant by 13,000.
Main Civilian. Cafeteria. _
NARTU JAX WAS, organized. The Navy warrant picture is
in 1948 and since then has to'stay constant .
Inasmuch as the Cafeteria-Can f April going new appointments -

teen operation is being installed grown into a well organized and not quite equalling
without appreciably increasingthe rh smoothly functioning unit which expected attrition. The Marine

personnel in the food serv- includes a complete physical lay- warrant is expected to drop from
): I; out for aviation training, the (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1))
ices operation, persons utilizingthis __.......-.. ft __._ finest technical devices
service will be asked to clear training ,
Commendation Ribbon with medal
COMMENDED-The Navy maintenance MDB Payments Due
completely equipped
their table and take their dishes pendant Is presented to M/Sgt. James N. Bertol.no (right) by Lt.
and utensils to the dish window. Col. Frank Porter Jr., commanding officer of the Marine Aviation shops and over 45 aircraft devotedto Mutual Death Benefit Society

The) cooperation of all hands is Detachment, NATTCenter Jacksonville. Sergeant Bertolino won t support of 10 Naval and members are reminded that assessment -
requested in this matter until the award for meritorious achievement in actual combat whUeservinI' one Marine Air Reserve Squad- 57 Is- due for >paymentby >
323 Marine Aircraft Group
with Marine Attack Squadron ,
further notice. 12, in Korea as Engineering Chief. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1) February 27.W' .



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 23 February 1956

Jtl K .v AGO School Unique In Cars Gov't Sent To Pay O'Scas For--

Navy Training SetUpThis Automobiles of servicemenand
I IStaUoD.
PublUhcfl every JThunrtay for Nave and M&rln activities at Naval Air civilians
Jacksonville. Ha. working for DC-
BAli. -"euIO. fense will be
Capt. 'William S. Harris .. shipped overseas
1/ Comdr. John JN. Myers Commanding ExecuUv Otilcer Officer ( is the fifth and final in a series of articles dealing with by private shipping lines at

Fleet Air JackMBTlIto Service Schools at the Naval Air Technical Training Center here. government
Rear Adm. Dc bent S. 'Cornwell Commander expense, according
Opt. Richard 0 Greene T Chief of Staff Today's article tells\ of) the Aviation Ground Officer School.) to a bill recently passed by
Fleet Air Wine Elevc Unique In the Naval establishment is the Aviation Ground the Senate.To .

Comdr.Capt. Bowen Richard F. Davis UcLrod -_. Chief Start Commander Officer Officers School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Jack- reduce government competition .

DeLnNnai Air TMblnl Tralalaj; Center % sonville. It provides selected Naval Officer personnel including with private
Capt, Henry C. shipping
Comdr. Edward W. Blihop Commandlnn Executive OU oerCapt. graduates of Officer Candidate School at Newort, with further lies at the root of the, new
1a1 D..pI&aJ training in the field of aviation specialties.
Benjamin N. Ahl __ __ .. ________ Commanding Officer bill (S2286),Allowing autos to
Capt. U A. Newton executive OtfloerNABTU While many of the junior officers be shipped by private
requirements of the Korean situ-
the school
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett attending are re- will reduce the
Command/! Acer number of
Comdr. Laurence 1'. Steffenhagen Executive Officer cent graduates of acredited U. S. ation, the AGO School has been ships kept in
continued to indoctrinate young operation by
colleges, the program also in.
Military Sea
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. aviation specialists at the officer Transport Serv
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with appropriated funds eludes enlisted personnel'who ice and thereby reduce
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVKXOS P35. Rev. have attained officer status by level the
Nov. 1945. Coplea are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station the competition in line with
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the being selected for Officer Candi- Its eight-week course of 320 Hoover Commission a
U. S. Naval Hospital. recom
Service Information Officer-Lt. Ted Morgan date School. instructional hours, since its'inception mendation.At .

Editor Andrew H. Plenty FORMER WARRANT officers, in 1952, has graduated present, cars are shipped
Ant Editor-Beda Moore; .Stan Reporters-Jack house PHI; Marion chief petty officers who became 1850 students.
Cracraft, JO2 by MSTS. In 1954 the
; Nancy Ward. Ju::>N. number
eligible for OCS and desired AGO
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or the Armea Forces Press Service. Planned for each class is a shipped totaled 71,667.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not without School have been graduated.
the written permission of Aimed Forces Press Kwvlre. RepubiPcation of other cruise aboard an aircraft carrier
matter xrept by itervlce publications is prohibited without permission of Under the Mutual Defense Assistance -
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. wherein field application of the
Program foreign Navy
Editorial offices' located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions students' specialities is under-
8346. 216 and 8164.Owners. and Marine Corps officers also taken. EmID
have been accepted. Japanese and

Brazilian officers. have attendedthe The course is divided into five
Of Savings Bonds school phases, including Indoctrinationto Thursday, February 23

College selectees, mostly naval Naval Air Organizations, 33 Mainside Dr. Jekyll and Mr

Nation's Stockholders reservists, hold at least a bache- hours; Naval Administration in Hyde (drama): Ingrid Bergman,

lor of science or a bachelor of Fleet Air Units, 15 hours; Naval Spencer Tracy.NATTCenterGirl.

The purchase of United States Savings Bonds arts degree, while some have Air Operations, 67 hours; Review In the Red

through the Navy's Payroll Savings Plan provides an :Master degrees and a few have of Naval Aviation Ground Offi- Velvet Swing (drama Cine):

excellent opportunity for civilian employees to' system- Doctor of Philosophy degrees. cers' Billets, 183 hours, and Classification Ray Mlland, Joan Collins.

atically save a part of their pay. The signing of a pledge ESTABLISHED, IN the Spring and -Assignment, 22 Hospital-Backlash (color dra-

card one time permits automatic deductions from your of 1952, in order to meet military hours. ma): Richard Widmark, Donna
pay without further; action on your part. Reed.
Owners of U. S. Savings Bonds are stockholders in Friday, February 24

this great country of ours. In addition, purchase of Mainside-Houston Story (dra

bonds over a long period of time accumulates savings to ma): Edward Arnold, Barbara
educate children, build a home, or to increase retirement Hale.

income. .
NATTCenter Dr. Jekyll and
ALSO IMPORTANT IS short term savings which Mr. Hyde (drama): Spencer Tracy
purchase of bonds offer as they may be cashed at any 1k1 V Ingrid Bergman.

bank any time after sixty days after issue date to profit 1: I Ii Hospital-Girl In the Red Velvet -

from cash buying, home improvements, or to meet emer- Swing (drama Cine): Ray
gency needs. ,4 -0 Milland, 'Joan Collins.

At the present time approximately 45 percent of the st' Saturday, February 25

civilian employees NAS Jacksonville are buying bonds i Mainside View from Porn.pey's -
through the Payroll Savings Plan. "
ah Head (drama Cine): Richard -
I FEEL THAT THIS PROGRAM'S benefits shouldbe .rid0g Egan, Dana Wynter.

fully understood by all employees and for this reason NATTCenter Houston Story

.have established a procedure which will enable every S .. (drama): Edward Arnold, Barbara .
non-participant to receive full information about the (NY' S { Hale.Hospital.

Payroll Savings Plan first hand from a fellow employeewho .- Dr. Jekyll and"Mr.

is a :}participant. Hyde (drama): Spencer Tracy,
Starting today, each non-participant will be contacted Ingrid Bergman.

and given the opportunity to enroll in this worth- P1 .

whole program. I urge every non-participant to give serious nm-

consideration this Program and avail himselfof ARMAMENT CONTROL STCDY-Switehes eoneemln ordnance Two Cavaliers
the advantages of this Payroll Savings Plan. are studied by students in Aviation Ground Officers School.
A Navy chief petty officer shows operation of control'1Center
armament .
Capt. W. S. Harris, on the Nav,'. PZV-S, patrol bomber at the Naval Air Technical Awarded HonorsAt
Commanding Officer, Jacksonv11le.

NAS Jax. InspectionAn

1930 Latter Day Saints' Ser- Navy To Do Wholesale Purchasing outstanding bombing record

,l// I fSERHCES vice. and a top performance of

> Tuesday,,Feb. 28 Of Medical Oil Gas SuppliesThe duty has earned two "Cava
1900 Episcopal Instruction lier" members of Fighter

Classes Chaplain Nickelson, Navy has fallen heir to the Squadron 22 an individual Air
CATHOLIC Bldg. 563. wholesale gas and oil share of a I tions Secretary Thomas will be Force Atlantic Fleet If E"

Sunday Mass 0300, 0900, 1900 Christian Science Class. single-management supply service designated manager.: He will select award and a letter of com

1000 St. Edward's Chapel 1930' Bible Study Group, which the Pentagon hopes will I an executivedirector agree. mendation.
able to the
0630. Bldg. stave off Congressional demandsfor I Defense Department, At a pers'onnel inspection
Saturday -
Daily 0630. 804.Wednesday, Feb. 29 a,fourth department-the Department who will give full time to the last Friday, Ltjg( ) Robert E.
Sunday0630 Mass at the 1930 Lenten Service-Chap of Supply.In purchasing of oil and Allen was presented an Air-

Hospital Chapel, 1900; Instruction lain Pieper. addition to gas, and oil, the i committee gas, and preside which over an advisory Lant "E" for low altitude
classes, ''Bldg 463., Thursday, Feb. 30 Navy will also do the wholesale 1 Army member include an bombing and Charles Zimmerman

PROTESTANTThursday ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL purchasing of medical and dental : and an Air Force YN1, was cited for out
Feb. 23 (Naval Hospital, Protestant) supplies both for_ itself and the i two of the assistant representatives of standing duty. Lcdr. Judson C

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- 0930 Sunday School Nursery. other armed services. defense. secretaries of Davis, VF-22 skipper, made

0930 Divine Worship. The the presentations.
hearsal. single-management system I -- I..
Saturday,'Feb. 25 was initiated last fall when the i Allen garnered his "E" during

1000 Catechetical Instruction Army was assigned to buy and: Budget ShowsNo recent AirLant competitive
Solon Proposes store all exercises. The squadron was
(Lutheran) for children. the food for the military
at the wholesale level. II recipient of the AirLant Efficiency
The Defense -
Sunday, Feb. 26 Layoffs For
Free Haircuts
0800 Episcopal Communion Department was so pleased I "E" award for fighter
personnel with the result that the system is class squadrons both in 1954
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. Military would get i Civil '
now being expanded, in spite of' ServiceAccording and 55.The .
0930 Sunday School for ages free haircuts according to legislation
some opposition from the mili I' squadron' is presently
4 through adults. now pending before
to the .
budget mes engaged in intensive sched
tary services. an
0930 Service of Divine Wor- the' House Armed Services
I sage sent to Congress recently ule of competitive exercises in
ship, Chaplain Carpenter. Committee. Assistant Secretary of Defense by President Eisenhower, virtu low and high altitude bombing

1100 Service of Divine Wor- William Bray (R-Ind.), a Thomas P. Pike says that each. ally no layoffs of Civil Service rockets, gunnery and

ship, Chaplain Griffin. member 'of the committee, is service will continue to do its personnel will be necessary in strafing with high hopes of

1900 The United Fellowship sponsoring the measure which own buying of weapons and am I fiscal 1957, and about 25,000 Fed. making it'three "E's" in a row

.of Protestants, Bldg. 804. I would provide free barber munition and that unified purchasing eral jobs may be added in the -

Monday, Feb. 27 I service for all personnel on active will apply to things and various agencies.
. 1900 Lutheran Instruction: duty. services of a commercial kind. be met by normal attribution.
Classes Chaplain Pieper, Bldg.. that all services use. However, the Defense Depart Broken down, it would mean a
ment would have of
502. : If the Navy oil and gas business sonnel reduced civilian per decrease of Federal employees
1930 Methodist Instruction I runs according to Defense fiscal by 5,980 in 'the the U. S. Army from 435,500 to
65 In 56
year starting to
July 1 346,200
Classes Chaplain Carpenter. Department edicts and expecta minor cut which a 432,000(); Navy, from
probably couldf 345,643.r ..

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23 February 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

VA-45, VA-175, FAW-11, Fasron 109, VW4

coulang SquadronsVA45 I

the brightly colored helmets. .
Reporting aboard to the "Dlack- Welcome
e aboard is extendedto
birds" this week nine
L past were
Lt. Glenn Gallagher who just
w p5 men from NTC Bainbridge' Md. joined the squadron after -beingat

I Anthony Dipietro, Dennis Ger- Northwestern University for

main, Joseph Goodman, Anthony
3 the past year. More good news .
Mancuso, Thomas Marchese, was ihe reenlistment of R. W.

Wayne Grasso, Edwards PaineJr. Wyatt, ADI, and S. E. Lafarge

., Richard Poskus and Harojd ADI. Another recent addition to

Richardson, all airman appren- the squadron was L. N. Roden-
I tices, were the men comprising! '
berry, who reported from,
the group. I the receiving center at Charleston .

Three more men joined the S. C.Three .
l "Blackbirds" shipping over clubas I
men, C. L. Dine AD2; S.
Robert Manning, AMC; Robert K Stencil, AN; and D. K. Shorn-
FAMOUS EIG T.1I0RSE HITCH Averaging 2,000 pounds Monse, ANj; and Irwin Freeman,
Clydesdales each, and with average height of 17 hands, these famous Anheu AN ber, AD2, left for separation
reenlisted board. Manning
ser Busch Clydesdales Horses will be on exhibition at the parade while R. H. David A01, left the
grounds Friday from 1100 until 1700. They pull their heavy: wagon the Blackbird's leading squadron for Memphis, and R. T.

Horses To around in a series of breath taking maneuvers. All hands are chief, r -uppcd for four years Dickson, SH2, reported to the
Invited to the horses
see perform. while Monse and Freeman ship-
USS Intrepid at Norfolk.]

Appear Friday Claim All ped for six years.Congratulations. are in ovier *

Exemptions Fleet Air Wing 11
; for Ltjg( ) and Mrs. Howard B.
! The famous Anheuser- Larew who are the proud par- Capt. B. F. McLeod Commander

Busch Champion Clydesdale ents of a baby boy, William Fleet Air Wing Eleven, and

horses, the most widely traveled Each Is Worth $600This Bradley the Baptist, born last HospitalThe Saturday nightat day staff administration completed the material annual two-Inspection

horses i in the United of VW-4 Tuesday.The .
States will be on exhibitionat ( is the fifth in a series of articles' on federal income tax filing Blackbirds have been en-
for the year 1955. This article is based on information furnished to gaged in operations during the FAW-11, : NavCat team tooka
the NAS Jax Parade AFPS by the American Institute of Accountants, the national organization past few days with the USS In- new approach this past week on
Grounds, Yorktown Avenue, of tertified public accountants.)
career appraisal when it '
trepid CVA-11)) gave
from 1400 to 1700, Friday. All This year's redesigned tax forms make it easy for you to indicate tions consist( of simulating opera-attacks five presentations to the Reserve
hands are invited to attend. I the personal exemptions to which you are entitled.
on. the ship while the ship- of VP-811 and Fasron
the free exhibition. I Every taxpayer is entitled to;
I you, as defined in the official in- board radar operators endeavorto 815. Many different commentswere
Hundreds of thousands of one exemption, which means a
per- structions. identify the attacking planes received on the briefing andit
deduction of $600. This applies to
sons all over the U. S. have seen either and direct aircraft was of mutual value to the reserves -
both husband and wife on joint 5. Have been a citizen of to intercept
these beautiful
Clydesdales. They the United States or a residentof them. All in all, the exercises who gained much infor
returns. In addition
are en-
have captured one trophy after you mation, and to the team who
to be The
proved successful.
the United States, Canada, very
titled to one exemption for each
another in horse
throughout -
gained an insight on the feelingsof
squadron was deployed aboard
qualified dependent.TO Mexico Panama, the Canal Zoneor
the country. i in some cases, a serviceman'schild the Intrepid during a recent Med- "Navy Civilians."

TilE IIITCII+;of eight Clydes- QUALIFY for an exemp- living in the Philippines.Your iterranean cruise.Attending I Patrol Squadron 45, a FAW-11

dales, whose immense size makes tion a dependent must: exemptions usually de- the'10.week aviation seaplane squadron is engaged in

average horses apear as dwarfs 1. Have received more than on- whether you and your maintenance officers school at I "Operation Springboard" this
by comparison, have made people :half his support from you, unless dependents qualify under hose NAS Memphis is Ensign Donald week at San Juan. For VP-43

gasp. The thunder of their hooveson I you file a multiple support agreement rules at the end of the year Lipster. He expects to return to I this will be a large scale, tender-

the pavement attracts atten- i (see .below). In figuring the squadron the first week of based ASW exercise in which
IIOWEVER husband
tion more than a, motor horn. your or much valuable training should be
received is
I support, scholarships by wife died' during the May. Lipster VA-45's struc-
Despite their size and weight, your child do not count. tures department division officer. gained
file a joint return and
may *
the with
Clydesdales .
move 2. Have less than Income *
$600 gross the same exemptions that both of
ease and agility. They weigh ap- Fasron 109
unless he is your child and you would have otherwise had. VA-175
proximately a ton each. When of the week is Winners of the Fasron 109 sin
under 19 or a student. Similarly, if a dependent died Happiest man

giving an exhibition drive at 3. Not file a Joint return. during the year, the rules are applied undoubtedly L. R. Shaver, A02, gles and doubles horseshoe-tour-
horse shows and fairs, they pull whose wife presented him with I naments were presented their
as of the time of his death.If a
4. Have been a member of
their heavy wagon around in a your 7 awards at quarters by Lcdr. II..C.
pound, 3/4 ounce, bouncing
household closely related to shared with others in the
series of breath-taking maneuvers
i baby boy this past Sunday. Young Halums, executive officer. Frank
of dependent but
support a ,
and go through their intricate Shawn has the distinction of being Tyler, ADI, was the winner of
paces while the wagon virtually of you provided ,more than half, the
SAFETYBox born on the same date, Feb- singles tournament receivinga
still be able to
stands still. you may arrange ruary 12, as Abe Lincoln nice prize with Louis Szot, PRC,
for one of the
TIlE HORSES respond to di- among you being the runner-up. In the dou-
Score have the $COO exemption. You New appearances seem to be
rections with amazing intelli- bles, it was Tyler again and Ste
the rule this week the
might for example, to take as squadron -
gence. The driver holds four reins Disabling Injuries Through turns agree in having the exemptionfrom redecorated the extremitiesof phen Dirsa, ADC, with Ltjg( ) E.

laced through his fingers on each its M. Connell, and John Barnewel,
Feb. 21 "Skyraiders" with
Tuesday, to orange
year year.
hand, thereby giving him indi- This Month ft paint. In contrast with the old AEC, the runners-up.
vidual control of each horse. I The one who claims the exemp Paul Robbins YN3 and Frank
This year ft black, the new color gives quitea ,
Days Since Last tion must have contributed more lift to everyone as evidenced by Skrupa, AE2, were presented

Lost-Time Accident 71 than 10% of the support, and he good conduct medals this week
NAVY WIVES'CORNER must have been a member of a group who altogether providedmore their first award.

I than half the support. Each The leading chief of Fasron 109

member of this group must have Russell M. Tharp, ADC, is being

been entitled to claim the dependent transferred this month to NAS
Wives Club Branch 86 f!
Navy 7
except for the require- Pensacola for duty. Chief Tharp
is having Sadie Hawkins Day
a o,,,,, e ment of providing more than half has been on active duty for 31
iiifw .
dance and party Saturday,
the supportIN years.
25 at 2000, at ,the Club LeA S
All hands
House in Dewey Park. >G ORDER FOR one of the are looking forward '
to the
Squadron Party which will
group to have the exemption all
Dogpatch style clothing will be other members of the group who be held this Friday, February 24,

worn by alL Members, prospec- contributed over 10% must sign 1956 at the Hotel Seminole]
tive members, husbands and 000
declarations that they will not
guests are invited to come and
VW-4 0
claim the dependent. The Inter-
join the1' fun. nal Revenue Service provides "The inspection drew nigh, and I .

The Navy Wives Club of Cecil } K4G'S Form 2120 (Multiple Support the paint began to fly." At least,
Field has extended an invitationto vY Agreement) for this purpose.Be that's part of what happened
members of Club 86 and their around VW-4's
sure to claim all the exemptions area last week'in
husbands to attend a Get-Ac- ; cK because I preparation for Monday's inspec
c.y4j you properly can,
t qu9inted Party. It is to be held at ; ; each one reduces your taxable income tion by CFAW-11. 1

the. Enlisted Men's Club, Cecil '4k wi4 f' N by $600. Other highlights concerned a -
Field, March 7, 130 to 1500. Nur- If you are supporting dependents visit to VW-4 by 28 students from

sery care will be available. but are not able to file a John Gorrie Junior High School.

The cake sale held last Fridaywas } w., 4 > joint return, you may qualify as Our visitors were given a tour

quite ,success, thanks to all ;.ix the "head of a household" and through the Hangar, a WV-3 Super

who participated. Dingo is still R be entitled to use a special sched Constellation, and a P2V Neptune .

going; strong with both cash and < ule of tax rates that give you half ending with a movie pro-

other prizes waiting for those K .t y the benefits of income splitting.The duced last season titled, The

who play. t:__':>_::o_ K.f1I' instructions that come Hurricane Hunters."

The air-conditioning and redec- HOSPITAL IS. HOST-Capt. Benjamin N. All!. (left) commanding with :your tax forms give further William S. Coffman ATAN, recently .
officer of the Naval welcomes Rear Adm.Thomas
committee will soon be Hoespltal information. Help is also available joined VW-4 from NAT.
orating -
F. Cooper, Inspector-General (Medical), who with his staff of /
starting on the club house. Chairman three Medical Service Corps officers has been Inspecting medical from the Internal Revenue TC Memphis.Robert J.Roux AN,

is Kay Botthoft Assistingher facilities at Naval Installations in the Jacksonville area for the I Service which urges you to con- received his discharge and Ron.

will be Marge Bradley, Ruth past It days. The inspecting: party is quartered at the hospital. sult a properly qualified advisor aId J. Guiliano YNSN, transferred
Scheduled to leave tomorrow for Miami these officials have
Daniels, Rita Mann, Phyllis Bles- also visited NAS Jacksonville NATTCenter NAS Cecil Field i if you need outside assistance.- to CinClantnt in ,Norfolklast

singer and Thelma Stewart. and NS Green Core Springs. (AFPS). week.



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1, Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 1956

'; II 1 Irg 1t1 G iartisf' klaws ssa ra rr' 'rw M m::
Canadian iIi! ,: ]
![ Pipe ; f.I

l:t(i Band To Perform U" n r Iro I

!f' Here Friday r. '

! The famous 400 (City of To- a y \ a Y Whatever the results of the cth

ronto) Squndron Pipe Band, will A 1 N. D. tournament now taking

f' make its second appearance in place> at Green Cove Springs

; Jacksonville in connection with between the Jax Navy Crackerj

the big annual military inspection and Pensacola Waves, the Stationcan

t' and ,review of Jacksonville's Na be proud of the 1955-56 Crac
'I val Air Reserve Training Unit ICI kerJax basketball squad.

, Friday. Having a season of bad luck

'.The bagpipers, who made such combined with tough breaks, in-

s "; a hit last year, will perform atc wax eluding the loss of four of the

': 1315 at the Prudential .Building team's first string players during

:- pier Friday and at the annual inspection the past month, the Waves have

I upon the conclusion of __n always exhibited the finest in

e I the main address Friday eveningin CANADIAN PIPERS Back by popular request, the 400 (City of Toronto) Squadron Baplpe sportsmanship on and off the

( the NARTU Hangar. In addition Band, will be in Jacksonville to perform as guest entertainers at the NARTU Jax military Inspection basketball courts.: They finished

the unit will appear in publicon I and review Friday. The Pipe Band, of the Royal Canadian Air Force, will perform at the the season with 9 wins 4 losses.

several occasions. evening: Inspection as well as at other points during .their stay here.VA45 To the following 12 members

FORMED IN FEBRUARY 1948, i of this season's Crackerjax we tip

the 400 Squadron Pipe band hasa Loses 'Ace' Member; 30-Girl Montreal our hats for a job well done:

long history of winning pipe Pat Ashcraft, AN, is a veteranon

and marching competitions. In Served For Five SkippersThe Choir to PerformA the Crackerjax: squad, having

1950 it won the Scottish Societies played in '54 and also with the

Challenge Trophy at Hamilton, Bureau. of Naval Personnel has finally caught up with Lt. 30-girl chorus from Mon- Softball team in '55. Pat handles .

Ontario Kendrick H. Tribou, Attack Squadron 45's maintenance officer. treat, N. C. Presbyterian Col- the forward position and is team

After close to 53 months lege, will appear in a brief concert
serving captain. She hails from Little
Originally known as No. 10 experience he requested to stay
Saturday.nighl in the Naval
fn Tri-!
the "Blackbird"
squadron, Rock Arkansas.
Army Cooperation Squadron, the with the "Blackbird" squadron as
b ou was transferred last week to Hospital movie theatre. 'RUTH BRADSIIAW, PIIAN,
400 was the first Canadian air its full time maintenance officer.
Aviation Electronics Officer: THE The concert will begin at works along with Ashcraft in the
auxiliary squadron ,to be formed. HOWEVER, time on sea
1900 and will be followed im
Called to active duty in WWII, school NAS Memphis. Before he duty acquired as a naval aviator, forward position. "Brad" is one
mediately by the regularly
the squadron was the first RCAF departed he was presented a com- is automatically cancelled as he of the smallest members of the

unit mendation by Lcdr. Glendon this billet scheduled movie. Wave unit, standing five feet
to go overseas. accepted non-flying
Goodwin, skipper of the Blackbirds The girls are making their with shoes She is
and his sea duty began all on. a deadeyeon
THE OFFICIAL Royal CanadIan overagain.
Florida and their
during personnel inspec-- Thus Lt. Tribou was a tour, appear the'set shot and a threat. Ruth
Air Force tartan worn by -
tion. ance at the Hospital is one of
victim of unusual and calls Bridgeton, N. J. home.
the Band was created in 1941 at several in the Jacksonvillearea.
The commendation praised Ethel McCollum AA
situation. ,
Burns Dinner by Group CaptainE. All service
Tribou for his outstanding personnel are
perormance out the forward trio. Ethel is
G. Fullerton. The design is Tribou served under five dif- invited to' join patients and tfie a
of duties while mainte- student at Airman school and has
composed of a weave of azure ferent commanding officers dur- Hospital staff during the con-
nance officer of VA-45.
blue navy cardinal months Blackbird and just recently joined the Cracker-
blue and red ing 53 as a cert period.
BACK ON OCTOBER 10, 1951 hundreds jax. She is from Webster, Ken
had of
The band, in addition to its personnel serve
when he reported to VA-45, Lt. under him in"the squadron main- tucky. ..
official schedule, has played in
maintenance of carrier
Tribou "WeekendWarrior" a squadron -
was a typical
Hailing from Monroeville, N.
tenance department. Having beena
numerous cities in the U. S.
Tribou natural for the
Present pipemajor is Hugh Me- reserve aviator who former pilot who was familiar a J., Ann Simmons, PH3, Is the
Whinnie, a native of Glasgow, was. called back to active duty with the'problems of the aviation guard of the squad. Her abilityto

Scotland. Drum-Major is Keith due to the Korean crisis. He lefta THE MAINTENANCE officers be anywhere on the floor

promising career in business billet is one of the most important '
whenever needed in the defense
Dewar, who has led the band for You Get $80,000Of '
management as a civilian to serve jobs in the outfit and Tribou makes her a worthy member of

many years. his country once again. Insurance FreeTo devoting full time to his duties. the first string.

After completing a Mediterranean give you an idea of Navy proved to be a definite asset. Coretta French,, AA, had an im

BanquetCharterRites cruise with the squadron in career benefits-a man aged 28 The squadron enjoyed very pressive high school sports back-

the summer of 1952, Tribou was with a wife the same age and two high aircraft availability duringhis ground prior to reporting to the

advised by his flight surgeon during children ages 1 and 5 would haveto tour in the squadron and Crackerjax basketball team and

InspectionFor his annual physical, to give have over $80,000 worth of life there was never an accident has proved to be a definite asset

up carrier aviation as a pilot. insurance alone to provide the income which could be traced to a defi- in the guard slot. Woodland,

Cubs TonightA Having acquired an affinity for the Navy's program offers nite maintenance malfunction. of Calif is home for Coretta.

carrier squadrons from previous him free. the aircraft. VIRGINIA FLODINE, AA, is
banquet, a charter presentation
the final member of the startingsix.
and a personnel inspection,
She handles the guard position
to be held tonight will culminatethe From Guiding Monkeys To Guided Missiles' on the unit and hails from
observance of the founding of
Del Paso Heights Calif.
the Boy Scouts of America for '' From guiding ,
monkeys to I
Adele Nicolet AA who hails
Cub Pack 131 of Naval Air Sta ,
guiding missiles is the wide
: from 'Rome,' Ohio, is playing her
tion Jacksonville.
and varied career of Marine
first season with a Navy team, I
According to Comdr. RichardP. fff: T/Sgt. Lewis Gordon Jr., of and the Station Crackerjax. !

Martin, medical officer at NAS the Naval Air Weapons System Nancy Gibbons has been with

Dispensary and chairman of the : School at the Naval Air the local lassies since the start !

Navy Cubs committee, the anni- ( ; Technical Training Center. of the season. She calls South :

versary function will be held at 1" .. Today, as a student, he Is Bend, Indiana home.
1930 !in Building 804. ,, .,, '. o' studying air-to-air guided mis- Barbara Clark, AA, is also

The annual charter presentation ;" t siles in the Aircraft Armament spending her first season with a
will be made by Leolin Dickey :( Control
.. Systems branch of the Navy team. She joined the team
,,Neighborhood Scout Commissioner 1 school, but some 15 years ago'< in midseason and hails from
of Muskogee District, Jack- I'W' he was touring the East Coast
I : Bronx, New York.
sonville, followed by a personnel \ .. ... from Miami to Maine with a Faith Driscoll, AA, is a memberof

inspection by Capt. William S. carnival.Ills <
; the reserves for the Cracker-
Harris, commanding officer NAS },.. ... \ .
: jax., She is presently experiencing -
Jacksonville, with Capt. Ira N. : .. .
; specific
Job then, as part her freshman year on a Navy
1 Curtis, Public Works officer, as owner of Endy
Bros. Carnivalof team Faith is from Chelsea, Mass.

an alternate. ': ,. Miami, was trainer for 32 Sophia Sayat'ovich, ACAN, is
Dr. Martin's Cub Scout
committee -
i : monkeys and seven dogs, all from Hanover, Ohio, and a team
consists of Comdr. Jason / .
appearing in one feature act. In member of the Waves group.
Grayson, operations officer of # '
addition he has trained both tigers Wanda Matt, AA,, new at Navy

FAW-11 assistant chairman; Dr \ j a and lions in the "big cat"cages. ,! sports, has just joined the Station
Jack McCurdy, Senior Medical ; lassies. .
Officer, NATTCenter, theme >;
t chairman. From 1939 until 1941, when Coach. of the Crackerjax
World War II interrupted his S/Sgt. Fred'Dammeyer.. With along
Also Oliver ,
Wright, ADC- of
;. business and he joined the U. list of high school accom-
NAS Cecil Field achievements
S. Marine Corps, Sergeant Gordon plishments in sports to his credit,
committee Mrs. C. J.
; Mays, secretary
-TI-ML. .. was with. the touring car Fred has done a topnotch job
i" ; A. B. Hoagland! GFC, of
,nival. His monkey act consisted with this season's team..
NAWS School, treasurer; R. W .
:: mostly of rhesus Assisting Coach Dammeyer is
:: ,
Thrailkill, special activities : : .
: ::: ,,1.1ALi chimpanzees. Tom Hayden, AB3, who has been
W. McKee AOI NATT- .
James of : ; : I the
: : : ... acting as assistant coach for
Center, cubmaster and recruiting < .
; World Crackerjax since early season.
; War
chairman; Atwell E. Dixon, AKC, ; t::::} II saw him in action *
; :: : in 4
.., the Marshall Islands
and James E. Dean, RMC, of NAS --- '" ,

Supply Department and Commu MONKEY AND MISSILE-'Tewee," the spider monkey at Midway, Philippines, and 'in 65 in 56in

nications Department, respective the lax Municipal Zoo, Investigates the newest In man-made Korea and Japan during the
weapons. T/Sgt. Lewis Gordon Jr., of the Naval Air Weapons Korean crisis.A Miami where he owns prop
'Jr. System School, NATTCenter and former monkey trainer from Marine
t.f Miami, shows off an air-to-air guided missile to the tiny monk. Corps career noncom erty.
65 in 56 *T :e'I" comment: "Cheep! Cheep! which could mean any he plans to retire In six "But no more monkey bust-!

Ihlnf. more yean and make his home ,\ ss!l" ,he says.


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23 February 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five ,

y Most States Require ServicemenTo

File Returns On Gross Income '

(This Is the third in a series of articles on state Income tax laws.)

The following is a continuation of the listing of states that have

incdme tax laws and how these laws affect members of the armed


(Prepared by NATTC Librarian ARIANSAS-Rcturm must be
200 combined. gross income of
for all Navy Libraries in filed for a gross income of at married
couples. Exemptions are
least $2,500 if single separatedand
the area.) or
$600 for taxpayer, $600 for
Scrolls From The Dead Sea:. A at least $3,500 if married. All spouse, $600 for each dependent.

true story of lost treasures-found active service pay is excluded, Returns are due April 30 and

by accident Is most appropriate A however, from gross income. Exemptions payment may be in installmentswith

reading for the Lenten season. d {4 are $2,500 if single, $3- first installment due with

Biblical manuscripts, found by 50Q if married or the head of a the returns. Members of the arm

the Bedouins in a cave near the household and $600 for each dependent ed forces, upon written applica

Dead Sea, have created quite a Returns are due May 15. tion to the State Tax Dept., may
sensation among Biblical 'scholars Payment may be in installments. be granted a deferment for filing

since the finding !in' 1947. This interesting CALIFORNIA Returns must and paying until six months after

account of the seemingly be filed on a net income of $2,000or discharge.
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impossible manuscripts dating AN IDEA THAT SOLD-Edgar Santimaw, Public Works Department more if single or head of a DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA .:..
from the First Century B. C. employee; explains how this suggestion of a transfercase household, $3,500 or more if mar Returns are due on a income
is written for the enjoyment of lubricator on an NC5 vehicle works to Lt. Robert Shaw, ried and on a gross income of $5- gross
receipts of at least $4,000.
transportation officer. Santimaw was among 16 employees to re- or
the layman as well as the'Bible dye cash for their suggestions. lie received $$0 for his Installation 000 or more. $1,000 activeservicepay Married'couples whose combined

student.' of a 3/16-inch oil line on an NC5 jet starter unit from the is exempt. Additional exemptions gross income of each spouse exceeding -
The Prophet: Among the ancient pressure switch to a plug in the top of the transfer case to furnish are $2,000 if single, $3- $500 and married couples
manuscripts is the complete lubrication for the fork and clutch while the. unit Is In 500 if married or head of house combined
having gross receiptsover
. book of Isaiah, the Prophet of operation. hold, $400 for each additional de $4,000 must file returns.

many Sholcm readers Asch's who recent have novel.been The intrigued Five Checks To 0 & R. Employee pendent.15. Payment Returns may are be in due install April Joint Exemptions returns are are $4,000 not permitted.for tax a{

by his other Biblical ments with the first installmentdue
payer and $500 for each dependent
novels will find this written with the returns.
including the spouse if such,
the same tradition, and in con- COLORADO Returns must
For Beneficial Suggestions spouse & not required to file a
junction with the above, especi- be filed on a gross income of at return. Returns are due April 15

ally interesting. Joseph T. King, aircraft mechanic (motor) of Disassembly, Shop least $600. There is a $600 exemption and payment may be in install
Several new books have arriv- for the taxpayer; $600 ments with the first due 'with the
6101-1, Power Plant Division, of the Overhaul and Repair Department
1 ed within the, -past few weeks... really believes in the Navy's Beneficial Suggestion Program.. for spouse on joint return and returns. Members of the armed
How To Be Healthy In Hot $600 for each dependent. Returnsare forces serving outside the U.S.

Climates: Maybe you don'tneed King was the recipient last "pusher tool for more efficient due April 15. Payment may may defer filing and payment until -

it now but we think you will! Friday of five checks totaling removal of the !impeller shaft be in installments. The first in- six months after their returnto

Air Navigation: A new edition $245, for beneficial suggestions rear bearing of R-l830-92 typeengines" stallment is due with the return. the U.S.GEORGIA.
of the well worn volume by submitted and adopted at the I Excluded from gross income is
Naval Air Station Returns are due
Wecms keeps with the need or.
16 NAS Jax 0 & service April 15 on a gross income of $1-
in this field. King was among OTIIER .It employees cawing -

How To Win The Conference: employees who received cash awards included Redden Hill, forces may defer filing returns 500 or more if single or separ- .
ated and on $3,000 or more It
The author contends that a conference awards for beneficial suggestions vtoo received $55 for his "methodof and payment tax without pen married. Exemptions are $1,500 if

is really a contest, whe adopted during January. Thirteenare broken Ignition alty or interest until one year
salvaging manifold single, $3,000 if married or headof
ther it is at home, in business, employed at Overhaul and after separation.
aircraft family and $600 for each de
while three harness from en-
Repair Department,
other'placo.. Information
politics, or any DELAWARE-Returns due
are pendent. Payment is due, with return
given managingor are from Public Works Depart- gines"; Charlie Stafford, $40 for
is. on on a gross income of $600 or moreif although it may be in installments
participating in conferences, ment. They reaped a total of $560 "trash barrel dolly"; William Al-
single or separated and on $1- with the first one due
which should be helpful to any for their ideas. britton, $45 for "6 in 1 jig for with the return.
reader. KING RECEIVED $85 for his and assembling
disassembling Excluded from income is
Land Of 500 Million: A new suggestion of "loosening tool for magnetos and distributors"'John Trainee Pay $1,500 active service pay. Mem-

geography of China which includes inter-rotor oil drain fittings on Wilkie, $15 for "two piece lockingbolt bers of the armed forces serving

sections on Formosa and Wright engine"; $85 for "removaltool to hold S2F cam roller as- Upped To $78 outside the U.S. may defer filing

Outer Mongolia not the easiest for supercharger drain valve sembly together"; Elmer Raisch, and payment until the 15th day

thing to find on areas which have for Wright engine"; $50 for "jig $20 for "helicopter main rotor Six-month Reserve trainees who of the fourth month after their

been increasingly important in in adjusting screws and removing blade paint drying rack";; Atwood will finish their active duty April return to the U.S.GUAllReturns.

the news. nuts"; shared a $15 award with Carter, $10 for puller for pipes 1 may find their pay raised from are due on a

Island In The Sun: Dramatic Edward Nettles, also of 0 & R and dowels"; Lee Roberson, $10 $50 to $78 a month. gross income of $600 or more. Ex

events in a novel with a Carib- for a "puller to remove exhaust for "storage of HRS dampers"; Already passed by the House, emptions are $600 for taxpayer,

bean island for its setting. port connectors on Wright en- Millard Smith, $10 for "test plate the Defense Department is push ', $600 for spouse and $600 for each

The Corsair A biographical gines"; and shared another $10 for check on surge relief valve on ing hard to get the pay bill dependent. Returns and paymentare

novel of Jean Lafitte which in award with Nettles for their F7U-3"; and Daniel Denmark, $10 through before the April date. due April 15. Income of mem

cludes his part as the hero of the for "new method of securing tank The pay would be retroactive. bers of armed forces is subjectto

Battle of New Orleans. Entertaining + BREEZES"Dearest + units to manhole covers of F7U Enlistments are said to have same computations as for fed-

reading- on a glamorous Mary Ann," wrote aircraft". been increasing steadily and by eral returns. -

subject. Herbert who was hopelessly in Three Public Works employees March 1 the six-month program (The list of state tax laws will

Seailghts And Shipwrecks: Ex love "I, would swim the mighty i receiving awards included Edgar should be taking in about 1800a be continued).-(AFPS).
cellent "pick-up" material when from Santimaw, $50 for "transfer case month, giving the Marine Corpsa .
for glance your
you've time for only short stories. ocean one lubricator on NC5 vehicle"; and good chance of making its 5500 Young man to draft board: "But
I dear I would walk througha
I These are accounts of courage wall eyes.of flame for one touch of J. D. Haywood and P. F. Johnson, yearly quota. The pay bill would you can't turn me down. I've already

and endurance as well as scandal little hands. I would leap who shared $40, for "design of end the present Inequity where- proposed to three girls,
I and tragedy. Time: From 1816 to your devices to prevent the unauthorized by a National Guard six-monther told my boss what I think of him
the widest stream in the world
I 1945. t siphoning of gasoline". gets $78 and a Reservist only $50. I and sold my car."
for word from lovely lips.
a your
American Heritage: The Feb
Your adoring Herbert. .. ,..... .
ruary 1956 issue of the popular r,.,,.. "'W" 1
'P.S.-I will be over Saturday
magazine in book form is here. '
night, if it doesn't rain. .. (
Have you seen this new periodical S
? It is one of the most beauti-
1 lovers trying to
fully illustrated'periodicals we'veseen. Two young ,
find a secluded spot for a long
Back issues are. availablefor
found people, people
those who have missed them.. embrace,
-0s everywhere. Suddenly the boy
had an idea. He led the girl to

Military Ahead Of Grand Central Station. Standing )L

beside the door of a railroad car .
xA A(
Civilians In BenefitsThe as though he was seeing her off,

civilian in order to provide he kissed her. After the couple

for family protection and security had repeated the experiment at

must buy protection through four or five platforms, a porter m .

Life, Disability Income, Hospital,,,, strolled up ,and whispered to the y e:

Surgical, and Medical Insurance. young man: "Why don't you go

Some of this protection is provided -. over to the bus terminal. "They JRub rL

through Social Security and. leave every three minutes from

Group Insurance plans where he! over there! .

works, but in each case, he con-
tributes toward the cost. The average Stopping at a wayside service :

American family today has station In Arizona, the lady have motorist a .....iv- .. _.,. _. .__ ___._..m. _"_._"..__..__..____........ ............ ... _" ,.... __.____...... .. m_ _
approximately $5,800 of life insurance inquired: "Do you
The Serviceman -. rest room?" ROWOV-ROW-Some 4,000 Navy and Marine Corps officers, sailors and Marines, Waves and
protection. returned the attend- Women Marines, and Coast Guardsmen of ship's company and schools at the Naval Air Technical
gets his insurance free. "Nope, Training Center Jax were Inspected last Thursday by Rear Adm. Frank Akers (front). Picturedleft
ant, "when any of us gets tired, ( to right) are 1st Lt. T. E. Morrow; Lt. Col. Frank Porter, commanding officer of Marine Avis
In we Just sits on one of them oil ation Detachment; Admiral Akers; and Capt. Henry C. DeLongr, commanding officer of the Train
65 56 drums." f I ? ing Center here. The Marines are from Airman: Preparatory School.


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Q Six JAX AIR NE 23 February
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Badminton Play Schoellhammer,

, : Opens March 5 t. Love Mainside

," The NATTCentcr badminton
league will open play Monday, Keg StandoutsTwo

... March 5, with, eight teams definitely ?
: lined up this week and ast Mainside bowlers momen-
tarily captured the league spotlight -
the possibility of a ninth being
: added.A this week by seating new

round of singles, five mat- consecutive single-game records,
ches each week begins March 5, but ,attention was still focused ,
with the doubles round robin on' f ComFairJax and the Blueboltsof
following immediately after the VA-172 who held onto the top
a singles schedule. spots in the American and National -

c Badminjton this year was organized divisions. t
!' in league instead of tournament r Al Schoellhammer of Personnelgot
:" fashion. Last year Joe Ber- things off to a fast start on
tolino of Airman Preparatory tM Wednesday by blasting out a new
School won the individual title one-game high of 246 in a match

" in the tourney. A o/es with NAMTD, but Kenneth Loveof
Three players will be entered I L-4- VA-172's Hotshots allowed
in the singles and four in doubles. that record to stand only ,five
Trophies will be awarded team days before scorching the alleys

winners and runners-up and to with a new single score peak of
the individual champion. Two OLYMPIC FUND-UAISERS.-Foarsquadrons of Carrier Air Group Four furthered an all-Nary 259. Love's performance came
trophies will be awarded in the campaign to support the 1956 U. S. Olympic team with an all-day fond-raising campaign last Friday '
in Hangar 114. Watching while Commander CAG-4<<, Comdr. W. E. Fly, anfl Robert Brennan: AN, during a 597 set, the second high-
doubles. Two out of three wins (left) drop their contributions into the dummy bombshell serving as a bank" are (left to est three-game scOre on record
will determine match winners. right): Roy Vaughn, AN; William Baker,-AO2;.Davld Steffey, A02; and Harvey Woodham, AO3. at Mainside this season.
,,' Entries will close next Wednes- SS

t day. < CAG-4 Starts Ball Rolling Linksmen Seek To There were very 'few changes
in the league standings over the

:i 6-Man Team In Olympic Fund DriveThe Avenge DefeatRevenge period, and only one change in
will be the keynote the first division standings of
, 1955 U. S. Olympic team received a big boost from four Tuesday, February 28" when both circuits. That occurred in the
local squadrons.here last Friday in a day-long fund-raising campaign the Jax Navy varsity links American division' where Boat-
To Rollin touched. off by a symbolic torch-lighting ceremony in Hangar 114. squad travels to Gainsville to house and Supply moved up into

\ Responding heartily to a request dous expense involved in sending meet the University of Florida the third and fourth places, over- .
r 6ND MeetNearly initiated by the Chief of I American athletes to the world- :' "B" team in a return engagement running Personnel which _slipped

Naval Operations, Adm. Arleigh wide games every four years. from third to fifth.
Burke four units of Carrier Air The Station team fell under
20 Station bowlers Comdr. W. E. Fly. CommanderAir Twenty-nine loop keglers sur-
rolled off qualifying: rounds Group Four opened a joint cam- Group Four, highlighted the the power of the Florida U. passed the 500-or-better mark
last weekend for the Jackson- paign the first of its kind at ceremony by lighting the torch Bees last Monday on the locals during the week, toppe4 by Love's

ville Navy bowling team which NAS Jax- to raise contributionsfor atop the Olympic runner, one of home greens, 197sn.Tommy 597. Steve Dudekovich of the VA- "
will enter Sixth ,Naval District the support of the Olympic the<< traditional symbols of the Aaron and Al Kelly of the 172 Bluebolts turned in 'a 562
tournament competitionnext squad which will compete with Olympic games. University each produced a which included one game of 217;

4 Monday February 27 at other nations late this year in Represented in the local donations -* low net score. of' 71 to lead the VA-44's Joe Palermo hit 558 anda
Key West.A Melbourne Australia. assault against the Jax unit. 204 game in a match with the
six-man squad and an officer In a letter to all commands, given were VF-22, under Results of the matches are Hotshots; and Jim Poteat, also
in charge will make the trip. Adm. Burke asked thaFeach manin the command of Lcdr. Judson C. as follows: Aaron (F) beat of the Bluebolts rolled a 549 set

Palmer Starnes of Fasron 6 led the Navy contribute a dimein Davis; VF-43, commanded by Bill Scarborough (N), 2&-%; and a '200 game' against 'VAH-1. -

all other candidates with a total an effort to offsetthe tremen- Comdr. Thomas N. Coppedge, Jr.; Joe McDonald (N) defeated Al Defending champion NARTU

of 1192 pins for the six-game VA-44, commanded by Lcdr. The- Duhaime, 3-0; Pete TrenhamF forfeited its seventh consecutive
( ) defeated Charles Summitt
qualifying rpund; one game was I match and was dropped ,from
rolled on each of the Mainsideplant's CorrectionAB-P: ron J. Taylor; and VA-45, under (N) 3-0; Gene Silverman (F) league competition.
half-dozen alleys.Starnes' the command of Lcdr Glcndon defeated Walt Strader (N), 3-: S
Goodwin. 0; Al Kelly (F) defeated Sam N
average came to a Club Runner-Up Dalzell (N 3-0 Lew ChaffN VC-6%'. free-rolling crew de-
) ;
nifty 1988, 11 pins :
pu ( ) defeated Ed SweetmanF feated VA-44, 3-1, in one of the
game higher than George Sau- Center Softballs ( 3.0.Crackcrjax. highest scoring tilts of the period.
B'Ball ),
In Center
,r tn of Naval Air Weapons Holding WorkoutsWith Both teams had three 500-or-
School who finished with a I better bowlers, with Al Brook-
1125 total for the round. Revised and complete basketball standingsin three veterans back from ing, Ron ,Deehr and Palermo
NavAirWeaps also captured the the last year, the NATTCenter soft- Break bagging scores of 527, 517 and
third and fourth places on the league give Airman Preparatory ball team, entered in the Jax City 500 for the Attack Squadron, and
Even Al OrlandoThe
School second two
team when Tom Barger, the place, games league, is now holding turnoutson Earl Blackstock, J. K. Osmond \
Aviation Electrician'sMate
ahead of
NATTCenter loop's leading bowler School. the King Hall field. J a x Wave Crackerjaxbroke and Jim Bolin rolling respectivescores

and Vin Conley ended up with Back from the 1955 team are even in a weekend trip to of 511, 517 and 521 for the
respective totals of 185 and 175 The final standings show three Chuck Pless, catcher; Lee Allen, Orlando last weekend, defeating CompRonites.
pins per game.A teams with incomplete games butas outfield; and Coach Frank Fos- the Scoretoppers, 24-16, but los-
total of 1044 pins landed VP18.s they have no bearing on the benner, pitcher. ing to the Orlando Rebels, 63-24. AMERICAN DIVISION ,
Jim Bolin in fifth place witha leaders they will not be played. Team W L I'd.
Others showing are Pat Ashcraft led the Cracker- ComFairJax _
22 3.916
174 average and only 19 points NATTC BASKETBALLTeam Newsome Hank 2b ] in both
ss; Rahn ; jax scoring games, net- Supply 20 4 .833
ahead of Earl lackstock of VC- Southwick infield and ting nine the first and 13
W L Buddy ; night
Boathouse 20 8 .713
62 who had 1025 total and
a a Yazinka the second
171 AGO School 16 0 Henry c. night. FAW-11 17 7 .'108

Roy average.Buell and Carmine Mar- ANP) School 13 3 Coach Fosbenner has urged The games were warmups for Personnel 16 8 .667
anyone interested to turn out for the Sixth Naval District tournament Special Serv. 14 10 .583
inelli, both of Communcations, AE 11 5
I School. the squad, both sailors 'and ma- at Green Cove Springs Navy 1 NAMTDElectronics_ ft.9 '.550
tied for seventh with 1000
pins MarAvDet 10 6 '
rines. this week.
I 13 11 .54%
:i t apiece for the six games.
AK School 8 6
Dispensary 12 12 .500
z AO School 5 10 O & R 4 20 ..167Public

Administration 3 11 Works 4 20 .167
Waves 3 17 .150 tt
NavAirWeaps 3 13
'c. NARTU 0 28 .000
A SpecServices 2 14
r ? Team W L Pet.
Netmen Still -r- VA-172 B-Bolts 21 3 .875
'.ii, n 4 k VF-22 16 4 .800

I,: (Personnel are Invited to visit VC-62 ,... _18 6 .750
Needed For
: the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 VA-44 16 8 .667

W. Monroe St. The Club Is open VP-16 13 '1. .650 ,
from 6908 to 2330 dally). Station Team VAH-1 15 13 .::536'
Comm. 12'2 .500
r ThuisdayFeb.. 232000, surprise -
Experienced tennis players are
Fasron 6 12 U .500
night still needed for the Jax Fliers, VF-43 __ 11 13 .458
Friday Feb. 24 2000, square Coach Leo Wilson announced this VA-175 9 15 .375

dance. 0> week. VA-172 Hotshots _7 21 .250

Saturday,Feb. 25 1000, Open With the addition of four promising VW-4 6 18 .250

House; 2000, orchestra dance. newcomers and .the bal- VF-173 0 2' .000

S Sunday, Feb. 26 1000, Coffee ance of last year's contingent,this .

hour, church, vespers, refreshments year's squad should produce one One Of the shortest letters on

'byBaptist Temple. 2000, of the best groups in the Station's. ... .. t M .. record written by renter in
"" "" <""' M :>>'>> V-= free movie. history, Wilson believes. THKEE-rOINT LANDING-Learning to fall Is one of the first response to his landlord's noticeto
Monday Feb. 21pinC'pont.. Practice sessions wilt continue essentials of Judo tralnl C. Here: Coach Dick Van Mullen of the vacate the house at once.
Tuesday.. Teh. 28 Game night indefinitely on Monday, Wednes- Naval Air Technical Training- Center gives Merritt Carter AOAA, : Aware of his ,rights under state
Wednesday Feb. 23-2000, or- day and Friday evenings from held of Aviation Tuesday Ordnaneenutn and Thursday School at Building a few pointers.554 from Jud'classes 1900! to %101t are. I regulations, the renter replied; :
chestra dance. 1700 to 1900! ) on the Boone courts. Candidates are welcome. "Sir: I remain, Yours truly"

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23 February: 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Ppge Seven


Hot Fliers r Notch Two Straight Wins -

L In 6ND Basketball TournamentThe

lax Navy Fliers annexed their second straight game in the Sixth Naval District;
basketball tourney at Green Cove Springs Tuesday night with an" 86-58 decision over the

Bluejackets from Charleston Receiving Station.
191 "
The Bluejackets had beaten Ce- included 11 field goals; Guard viously run and shot their way toa

cil Field earlier in the day to Fred Wetzel scored 19; George 78-61 victory over the Memphis

earn the right to meet the Fliers. Nordhaus tallied 17 and Guard Navy Hellcats Monday night in
The win left Jacksonville with a Tom Brennan added 16 m6re the opening round of the Sixth
2-0 record in the double elimination points. Naval District basketball tourneyat

tourney and kept them in BOB HINS&N led the losers Green Cove Springs.

the winner's bracket section of with 19 points on seven field goals The locals secured for them-

the schedule. and 5 free throws. The Fliers assumed selves a position in the winner's

----A k Scoring for the winners ,was a 43-30 halftime lead and bracket of the tourney-a valuable -

pretty well divided: Herman coasted home to the victory. I I asset in double-elimination
Howard tallied 25 points whichCrack.erjax The fledgling Fliers had pre- play-and were getting set Wed

4 .t t tArt nesday to meet Pensacola's top-
I seeded Goshawks in a game last

\ night.

break off a fairly tight cage duel
E AT against Memphis midway of the
first half and roll to a 14-point,
r t 38-24, halftime lead. Jax went onto

: HLW outscore the Hellcats, 40-37,

I after the intermission and rack

up victory No. 1.

The locals' scoring was pretty

GIBBS, GOBS UP FOR GRABS-This tightly packed bit of Initial evenly divided with Tom Brenan
humanity is shown in one of the tenser moments of last Satur- Drop heading the pack with 9 field
day's cage battle between the Jax Navy Fliers and the Gibbs goals and 7 free throws for a
Vikings. Center Ed O'Connor, No. 32 (left) has just fired a push total of 25 points.
shot that backfired. The rest of the court crowd including: Fliers Tilt To PensacolaPensacola's
George Nordhaus (21)) and AI Jones ((21)) and Viking Ed Mahoney George Nordhaus and Fred
(15)) is attempting to stake out a claim on' the rebound. Gibbs' Wave basketballcrs, the Gossettes, went one-up on Wetzel ran second and third in
southeastern AAU champs took the clash 9065.
the Jar Navy Crackerjax in their Sixth Naval District, besttwoofthree point production' with respective
playoff series at Green Cove Springs Tuesday evening with a outputs of 19 and 16 counters.
Know Your Fliers Bow To thrilling 48-46 victory.It The losers had to depend mostlyon
the services of D. H. Moore
IJJI Athlete Gibbs 90-65 was a bitter blow to the local ing period, the, Crackerjax caughtfire who flipped in 20 points on ten I,
; Waves who had fought from behind in the second quarter and field
Bowling his way into the intramural a number of times duringthe went ahead, 16-15, for the first goals.
spotlight this week is Fla. FroshThe Pensacola Two 21-point performances by
time in the
Top contest, only to lose on a last game. came Keith Patton and John McClureled
of Fasron 6
Lt. Herb Sargent back to deadlock the contest at
minute tip-in shot by Pensacolaace Pensacola's Goshawks to an
Station resident since last Varsity basketball sche-
the intermission, 24-24, on one of .
Lynn Steward. 84 -33 win over Green Cove
July. dule came to an abbreviated and Steward's layup shots.
began abrupt halt Saturday evening STEWARD LACED in ten field Springs. The Bullets' best scorers
Sargent ,
THE JAX SEXTET watched an
when the Jax Navy Fliers dropped goals and a single free throw fora were Ray Schmidt and Bill Smith
his keg ca- third stanza lead by the
a 90-65 decision to the potent total of 21 points and was ably go who tallied eight points apiece.
while he I boards when the Gossettes tied .
reer I
Gibbs Shipyard Vikings.Saturday's assisted by former Crackerjaxstar
was in high I Ellen Bryan, who dumped in the score, 35-35, midway of the
loss )left the steadily I period and then let the Pensacolacrew Varsity Pistol
school and is improving Fliers with a 4-2 re- another 16 tallies on five shots grab a 40-35 edge as the
an old hand at cord for their six-game effort from the field and four tosses quarter closed.
Club To HoldFormation
intramuralcompetition from the foul line.
and sent them almost immedi- The Crackerjax,trailed throughout -
ately into the Sixth Naval Dis- Team captain Pat Ashcraft led the final period and at one ,
within, the trict tournament at Green Cove the losers' scoring with a 27- point were nine points down, 37- I Meet
Sargent Navy, having Springs. point output which included 12 but drive underway
46, finally got a The concentrated firepower of
, bowled with similar groups at Last Friday evening the Fliersran fields goals and three charity which paid off in a 46- 6 all Naval Air Station pistol shooters '

Pensacola, Key West and up a 12-point, 45-33 halftime tosses; Forward Ruth Bradshaw tie in the final minutes. Ashcraft's will go into a new NAS Jax '
Quonset Point, 'R. I. lead over the freshman squad was second with 17 markers. bucket and foul-line toss broughtthe Pistol Club, commencing with the

The Lowell, Mass., native attended from the University of Florida Trailing throughoutthe open- locals from behind the last first formal club meeting at 1615

the University of Vir- and then coasted to an 87-68 vic- three-point deficit. today in the second deck con-

ginia before entering the serv- tory for its fourth win of the WEEKEND TIDE But then Steward connected in ference room, Building 158.

ice some 10% years ago. season. HIGH LOW the final seconds and Pensacola The Navy men will train their j

Sargent bowled with the Fred Wetzel and Forward A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. had a one game lead in the play- sights on combining all of the Station's
Fasron crew during the season off series. The two teams met
Herman Howard led the Win- pistol-shooting interest into
FrI. 6:24: 6:47: __ 12:31:
last Fall and has turned in a ners' scoring: with 25 and 20 Sat. 7:16: 7:39: 12:50: 1:20: again last night and will play a the one club, instead of competingon
574 to date this Spring-one of third tonight if it is neces
; markers respectively and Tom Sun. 8:05: 8:27: 1:41: 8:27: game a scattered individual or team
the league's best scores. lie Brennan was close behind with sary. basis as has been done in the past.
claims the alley sport's his 18. Another aim of the new group

favorite! The Fliers staved with their will be to promote new interest
---- ----
Shipyard foes for the first half PRACTICE TRYOUT! among Station military and civilian -

and trailed only 32-29 at the intermission personnel, with instruction
Nine Teams To DAILY AT
being for
but Gibbs went on a provided prospectivemembers.
I rampage in the final period and AASONFl = .

Vie In Center the Fliers didn't. I6OO( PERSONNEL INTERESTED in ,

The southeastern AAU champswere shooting and in weapon safety

Softball LoopWith paced by Center Eddie = may obtain information IlboutJ'
O'Connell who sparked a second- joining from ,H. E. Bowen, AEC,

nine teams planned for half drive, dropping a total of 31 at Ext. 8463 or from R. F. Allen,

the NATTCentcr softball league points for the evening in the pro- AOC, Ext. 463.
this season, play is expected to MANY OF THE STATION'S
start the first week in April. cess.Howard again shooters have been firing regularly
and Wetzel once
Teams contemplating entry are in the monthly Jax Police
i ti provided the shooting guns for Pistol matches, and four of,them
Airman Preparatory, A.v a o n 14
the losers, tallying 16 and
brought back medals from the
Electricians, Aviation Ordnance- respectively. Center Al
men, Naval Air Weapons System, points four latest match held last Sunday,
Jones added 12 points on '
Marine i Aviation Detachment, number of February 19.
and similar
goals a
AViation Ground Officers, Admi- Veteran Master Class shooterR.

nistration, Aviation Storekeepersand charity tosses..1 F. Allen of FAW-11 captureda
Support Services. cor- third place in that division
A drunk was standing on a
Defending champion is AvIa- ner leaning helplessly against a while V. de La Cruz, AOC, from

tion Electricians who have won telephone pole. Finally a cop "V( Naval Air Weapons School and
S him with his T/Sgt. E. H. Schwartz of Ord-
the title four straight years. came up and nudged
stick. "Why don't you go home?" It \ Q nance School took over the first
and second in the
places Expert
J' To prove the strength of a giantU. the officer advised.
Class; de La Cruz fired a score of
drunk roused and started .
S. jet bomber, the manufac- The ,t't."l; /
round and round the pole 561 out of 600 and Schwartz hada
turer had to subject the plane'swing walking ,
to a stress load of more than carefully feeling its surface with 556/600 total.
billion much as his hand. Finally, after about 10 PRACTICE OPENS Monday-It'll be "play ball" time on the VAH-1 pistolman G. J. Cronin,
one pounds-as
the curb and Station once again next Monday when Spring: practice tryouts begin ADI, rounded out the group' of
he sat
the combined weight of 8 Forrestal rounds, on
on the Mason Field diamond. Jax Navy will be fielding a base-
aircraft carriers-before the sighed "Sno use I'm walled ball entry on a full schedule basis for the first. time In two years. ', medalists' by taking third -place- ,
wing collapsed. in." Interest is running high in the Sharpshooter Class.J .

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS % 23 February 1956

Wave 'VK: : School Honors
Up Go To McWatersAlbert \
(Continued from rage 1))
LADDERWith .' McWatters, AKAN, was
of flying. Except forgone occasionshe
the honor student in last week's
I had never flown before. CiviliansWeekly graduating class from Aviation
DID THE COURSE Improve Storekeeper School.

her teaching methods? "Definite --- ( the lax Air News In i A native of Marlow, Okla., he

ly,!" she says "Although many : cooperation with the Industrial joined the Navy in July, 1955,

advanced aids to synthetic flying a Relations Department will list and has been assigned to VR-5,

closely simulate actual flight, k various promotions for Naval Air Moffett Field, Calif., for duty.
there are problems encountered I'
that can be' overcome only On the promotion roster effective 651n56

through flying," she said. "Prior Feb. 6, and Feb. 12, were a

r to actually flying I failed to un + JJ'kc total of .28 employees, with 19 .
derstand even obvious errors y from Overhaul and Repair Department -

pilots would make irk the link > ,one from Public Works
; trainer, but now I can ,becauseit's + Department, five from Supply

so different in the air." Department, one from Fiscal Department Several vacancies exist in the

"There is a big distinction in S+, < and two from Miscel- Title VIII Housing Development
learning procedures and applying laneous. i at Magnolia Springs located on

i\ them," she added, "with the basic M Promoted at O&R were Charles 'Route 17, approximately a 20-

difference being in the plane's Field, from supervisory production minute drive from the Naval Air
sensitivity to control as consider- control specialist (A/C) GS. Station. For further information

able force is required to operatea 13, to supervisory production con. contact the NAS Housing Office,
trainer, whereas a plane givesa I. LINK OPERATOR-Attached to FaetuLant Detachment Two, trol specialist GS-14; William Bldg. 1050, Ext. 553. "
more instant response. Barbara Denton TD3 instructs Ltjg( ) John W. Rogers of VP-16 Denney, shop planner radio mechanic FOR RENT
on the various functions of a link trainer. Today she
t DENTON IS THE seventh: completed a course of instrument flying under FawtuLant De third ,step, to production Log cabin. $50 Route 1, Box 675.
; Tradevman to finish the Fawtu I tachment A. and,is believed to be the first Navy Wave ever to fly. process specialist (Elec.) GS-9; Mueller

;, course, but the first Wave. I William Dornbusch, aircraft mechanic 1 bdrm. unfurn. apt. 2906 Chero-
"Heretofore a Wave was never (Gen.) third step, tO engineering kee Ave. EV 9-5326. Whitting-

considered," Lcdr. Eugene T. Allen IIdIV YA'KlldWl draftsman (Gen.) GS6; fon.

officer-in-charge of Faetu Earl Clevenger, organization and 2 bdrm. furn. gar. apt. Available
explained, "however future female ( \If} .HERE. ARE ANSWERS TO THffQUESTIOK3 methods examiner GS-9, to organization March 1. 1429 Dancy St. Pelli-
i instructors will be given the SERVICEMEN oNO YHEIR and methods examiner cer.
j opportunity" ,APMlNiSTRATlOft' ,EVER fs4Y.QIf ... C, 4 rm. furn. upper apt. Reas. 544
t "Prior to undertaking the pro CURTISS QUARRIER, supervisory Oak St. Apply 542 Oak ,St.
a veteran allows his GI -budget specialist GS-9, to su- Fleet.
gram, Denton had to be qualified have been unable to begin in
physically as do other pilots," insurance policy to lapse, ,is the pervisory budget specialist GS- 1 bdrm. furn. apt. 2660 Forbes St.
i time, because of their disabil-
Lcdr. Robert M. Telfair, Fawtu ffcctive date of lapse the date ities. 11; Charles LePaige,-methods ex- EV 73697. Snow.
i Detachment A officer-in-charge the last premium was due or is aminer (Proc.) GS-9, to, organization 2 bdrm. furn. apt.-5205 San Juan
mentioned. "Her flying ability it the last day of his 31-day grace Q-I am the widow of a WWII and methods examiner GS- Ave. EV 9-5677. Geiger.
I veteran and I have a daughter in 10 ,William Roberts aircraft bdrm..
and in betters period? ; me- furn. apt. 1348,Wolfe St.
equals some respects
I other pilot-trainees." A-The date of lapse Is the college. She is receiving death chanie (Gen.) third step, to shop EV 84832.: Ward. -

t date the last premium was due. compensation payments from VA. planner aircraft mechanic (Gen.) 3 rm. furn. apt. 2776 Lydia St
f I It Is not the last day of .the She soon will reach her 21st first, step; Robert Williams, aircraft Neilan. -

I grace period. birthday, but she still will be in mechanic (Gen) third step, 3 'rm. turn hse. Elec. $49.50. 3961

Reserve Q-As a WWII veteran, I am school. Will it be possible for the to shop planner aircraft mechanic 103rd. St. EV"8-3537. Driggers.
VA payments to continue? (Gen.) first step. 3 rm. furn. apt. $55. 4510 Irvington -
(Continued from Page 1)) eligible for a GI loan. However, ,
!: rons, plus a Wing Staff. I X returned to active military duty. A-No. Under the law, compensation Andrew Jones, laborer (cleaner Ave. EV 8-6768. Carney.

Comprising the NARTU Jax : Am I still eligible for the loan, or payments made to ) second step, to guard GS-3; 4 rm. furn. apt. Bath. 3668 Boone
t set-up are Anti-Submarine Squad. must I wait until I am discharged the child of a deceased veteran Arlene Ever ling, typist GS-2.to Park. EV 9-8894. Lewis.
while she is In school not 3 rm. furn. apt. Bath. 755 Kings
rons 741 and 742; Fighter Squad. again? may clerk GS-3; Margaret Wiltz, typist -
t be continued after she St. EV 7-2389. David.21.bdnn.apt. .
passes GS-2,' to stenographer Ern-
ron 741; Transport Squadron 741; A-As a WWII veteran, youstill ; ,
IT her ,21st birthday. est Anderson, mis. dup. Equip 1511 Baira St. EV
Patrol Squadron 741; CV-Fasron are eligible for OI"loan,
i 741; VP-Fasron 741; Air AuxiliaryUnit and you have the right to use Q. In the past, VA has been de- ment operator GS-2, to same 8-2407. Spurgcon.rm. ,
741, Jacksonville; Air Auxi- your loan benefit while you are ducting my GI insurance pre- title- hange to per diem rating 3 unfurn. cottage. 3309
miums from any monthly disability resulting in promotion; Paul Bar- Broadway $48. EV 84179.
\ liary Unit 742, Columbia, S. C.; In the military service.
Air Auxiliary Unit 743, Orlando; Q-lIow do I go about changing compensation checks. But low, guard GS-3 to aircraft metal Wennef.;
Marine Air. Reserve Squadron my program of training under now, my compensation has been ,' fabricator' first step. 2 bdrm. furn. apt. 716 Kingsley

VMF.-144 and a Wing Staff the Korea GI Bill? reduced, so that it no longer is a' Joseph Cushman, guard GS-3, Ave. Orange Pk. EV 7-5920.
large enough amount to cover to tool room attendant second Quigley.
THE ENTIRE UNIT will be in A-You must apply to VA fora 1 bdrm. furn. apt 716 Kingslejr
my premiums. Will VA continueits step A/C accessories and equip-
competition for the coveted Con change on VA form 71995. Ave. EV 7-5920. Quigley.
deductions nevertheless? ment repairman first step Man-
; way Trophy, awarded to the top Included must be a report of 2 bdrm. hse. Kitch. equip. $85.
I A. No. Since your compensation ning Keller, guard GS-3, to A/C
reserve command. The squadrons and conduct from
progress 5008
your Sunderland Rd. EV 9-7J48.
has been reduced to the accessories and equipment
repairman -
will be in nationwide competitionwith present school. This applicationform Robinson. '
I _
point where it does not cover first step; James Kersey,
some 235 other reserve goes .to the VA regional aircraft 1 bdrm. furn. dock hse. on river.
your GI insurance premiums, helper mechanic general
squadrons for the Noel Davis office that has records.
your 4055 San Juan Ave. $30. EV
the deduction plan will have to third step, to helper aircraft mo-
I Trophy, awarded annually to the have been 94566.
Q-I just discharged Reargain.
come to an end. You will be re- tor mechanic second step.
,; outstanding squadron in each from a VA hospital, where I have quired to insurance 4'4 rms. furn. Avondale. $75. EV
pay pre ADVANCED IN Public Works
class. been for the past eight years. If I miums 8-7504. Pumpelly.
t Department was A Folger Snow
I enroll for training under Public 5 rm. apt. Murray Hill, 3529 Cypress
architectural engineer GS-9 to
Law 16, will I have to quit on .... St. EV 99516. Cadore.
Outlook BrightContinued July 25, 1956, the end of the pro- supervisory GS-11. architectural engineer 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Nr. NAS. $115.
gram? u I IH Avail. March 19. Contact pre-
( from Page 1) A-No. You will be permittedto Supply Department's promOtions sent tennants EV 7-2368 or

938 on Nov. 30, 1955, to 893 de- continue after that date. A included William Talbert, Mrs. Raker, ext. 789.
spite the 87 appointments to be law has extended Public Law property and supply clerk GS-4, 3 bdrm. hse. 4632 Timuquana Rd.

made. in fiscal 1957. 16 training for up to four years : 5- to property and supply supervisor PO 4-0897-Ziemba.

S S 0 past that date, for veterans who pisp GS-5; Mazaline Bernard, propertyand 3 bdrm. hse. $115. 3938 Lean St. ,
The figures available show total supply clerk GS-3, to prop- Coppock. EV 41225.

Tiavy officer strength will drop Figures Show CPO erty and supply clerk GS-4; Priv. rm. and meals if desired.

I from more than 1,000, while Mar- Q V Claire Wilkie, property and sup- Riverside. Ext. 8349. Vivial Va-
t ine officer strength will go up, Rale Wilhin ReachAs ply clerk GS-3, to property and lez. I

about 300. The number of admirals of September 1954, there 9. supply, clerk GS-4; Lola'Muecke, FOR SALE

will increase, and there were 26,375 Chief Petty Officers k t (svbtup property and supply clerk GS-3, 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 5223 Redrae

( will be one more major general with over 14 years service in the to'property and supplyclerk GS. St. EV 9-3215 prior to 1200 or
4 and Renee Malone clerk
{ Nearly 200 more Navy captains: Navy. Since only 1% of these -- typ after 1800 or Ext. 518.

( show increases in the unrestricted Chiefs stay for 30, it doesn't take N 1st GS-2. to clerk stenographerGS3. ,3 bdrm. C. B. hse, Carport. Avail.

line and in all Staff Corps except -" much figuring to find that the March 20. G. I. Loan, $52 per
Nurse, Medical, and Dental,I Navy must promote some twenty- ; } Advanced in Fiscal Departmentwas mo. 6035 Sobre Dr., Venetia
attrition affecting the latter two, odd thousand Chief Petty Officers '. 67 Lucille McDowell, fiscal accounting Terrace. EV 80209.

Commanders totaling 600 will l within'the next five years.. ;j j4P clerk GS-4, to supervisory 2 bdrm. hse. $49 mo., Equity. 5255
t swell unrestricted line, EDCs, + I accounting clerk GS-5. Camille Ave. EV 9-3680. Rob.
Medical Service and Nurse Promoted In Miscellaneousw
Corps, erts.
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constant. Figures,show 2,000 I (Continued from Face 1)). clerk-stenograpKer GS-4 0 & R Homecrest Circle. Equity $800.

.: more lieutenant commanders, 5,'. cannot be used for relief or indi- Department, to supervisory clerk Ext. 8-237. Janulis. ?
000 more lieutenants, 8,000 fewe vidual families The Red Cross, GS-5 Public Works Department; 3 bdrm; C. B. hse. $1200 equity,
jaygecs. as the recognized national relief and ,Virginia Cross, clerk-stenog: $50 mo. 5835 Blackthorn Rd.

Marine grades above major agency, is the only agency to rapher GS-3 0 ,& R Department, EV 73619. Walker. ",
should remain constant at the which many families can look'for LATIN LOVELY Latin to clerk-stenographer GS-4 Pub- 2 bdrm. hse. 6226 Pennant Dr+ W.
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beginning and end of the 19. help when they are wiped out likes beauty to be seen in the, right lic Works Department.' 1' EV 74959. Blessinger. *

month period, majors and cap. by flood. With Spring floods and places, can be caught in Warner i- MISCELLANEOUSWanted
,\ tains each to be increased by. tornadoes threatening, the vol Bros. "Serenade" which co-stars 3" riders from Osceolato

; nearly 300. The number of firs t; untary contributions at this tim This Mario is Lanza Sarlta's and second Joan Fontaine.English- 65 In 56 NAS Hrs. 0700 1530. PO

lieutenants is to go up nearly 600, are urgently needed. speaking picture. 5-1718 or Ext. 8677. Hayes.I .



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