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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: March 15, 1956
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-13 No. 49 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 15 March 1956

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


PO Shortage .

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\, ,,. axnt Early Report .



PO Examinations .



The effective date of advancement to pay grades E-4,

a &G, and E-G, determined by examinations taken in Feb.
ruary, has been set up from May 16 to April 16, accordingto
an announcement made by the Chief of Naval Personnel.The .

: .-. moved-up date was directed Bureau adds, are being promul
;
in order to increase: petty officer gated separately by the Chief of '

+ strength in fleet units as Naval Personnel. Promotions will
be by increment as usual, with
soon as possible, and to check a
the first increment effective May
drop in petty officer strength 16.

which has been approaching
op-
The Bureau reports continuing
erational minimums. This has excellent opportunities for advancements

been particularly true in areas in most rates duringthe

where petty officers are requiredon next,,fiscal year. Prospects in
specific rates will be promulgated
watch in operating'units by
in May of this year, and'c'ontinu
regulation and sound precedent. board"
ation of accelerated "on
RESULTS OF THE February training 'programs will thorough.

sr boarzL'wnM examinations and information on ly'prepare eligible personnel for
advancements for all petty offi- advancement. This training, it

.:.: .. ...+n- ttm.,,.r ++w ra+ .wivxOaiKSraY.: <.A tb MR: i'.rWrnvAdCLX.e 3. cers, with the exception of CPOs, was said, will benefit individuals,
TIlE LONG AND SHORT OF IT-Fasron 109 Security reported an unknown young man In. will be air-mailed to individual the command, and the entire Na
the area. But it turned out that it. was all legal and above board. Under scrutiny was Victor Four- commands from the Navy Exami- val service.
I nIer, AN, five feet tall and 125 pounds soaking wet, shown flanked by Robert Uerning AN, '(left), nation Center, Chicago, in early .
and Thomas Carroll, AN, (right), both six feet, four inches tall. Fournier, who halls from Fitchburg '
Mass., has been highly praised by his division officer for the fine "man-sized" job he accomplishes. April. However, a delay in receipt -
of these results may occur Seek To Include
in commands
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distantly deployed ,

I Medicare Bill in spite of the Center's making EM In Reserve
Mail The News Dependent i strenuous efforts to get them out
well before the April 16 effective
Home To FolksEver date. Cutoff Pay Bill

stop to wonder if the Receives House OkaySetting In any case, appointments as The inclusion of enlisted men
folks back home actually know petty officers will be retroactive
i in the Reserve Readjustment Pay
what your life as a servicemanis up a group insurance plan to cover wives and chil- tp April 16, and no individual will
bill-which to
now applies only
like? suffer from unavoidable delay in
dren and possibly other dependents at civilian medical facilities
What's the daily routine? when service facilities are unavailable, is" almost assured as the Kil- receiving advancement in rate or- officers-is being considered in

How's the climate? What are day Dependent Medical Care bill awaits action by the Senate. ders.MEANWHILE closed hearings by the Armed
your duties? How are your THE Bureau of Services subcommittee.
quarters? The House recently passed this of the military services in fringe Personnel warns that commandsare
don't always measure as well as the Medic- benefits and the services must Figures reveal that only 123
home
Well, letters required to forward all examinations -
tell the story. But your Dentist Incentive bill by a voice get back into competitive positionto not later than seven enlisted Reservists, all but four

Station newspaper, the Jax Air vote. For this coverage the ser- hold trained men, was the gist days after completion, and any in the Navy, could qualify for the
News .does. That's part of its f vice man would pay only the of the House speech by Rep. PaulJ. that are not yet forwarded must severance pay if involuntarily

job. Mail home each issue of first. $25 of any civilian hospitalcost. Kilday (D., Tex.). Starting with be air-mailed immediately. Chief separated. But complicated problems

the paper. (Please Turn to Page >8<, Col. 4) Petty Officer advancements, the involved if the bill is

Remember, mom and dad OPENING government facili- _u uu u................................... .........M.y..,_. N "'WN.'mNNM''''''' are .
will swell with pride when she ties to all service dependents "-':..:;: ir:.. changed.In .
.
tells the next door neighbor, including Coast Guard, Public :.x,.. ., :.:: t
"Why Mrs. Smith, I was Just Health, and Coast and Geodetic addition to including enlist

reading in Johnny's Station Survey the medical bill provides ed men, the subcommittee is con

paper where they had the big- for a subsistence charge, sidering raising the minimum eli
gest Thanksgiving dinner you probably the present $1.75 a day,
ever saw", or "Look, Johnny's with a small charge of about 50 gibility service from five yearsof
playing basketball for his unit cents for out-patient treatment. continuous service to eight. In

and doing real fine. Here, takea After wives and children of the this case, only 59 enlisted Reserv-
." ists would qualify. While this low
look for yourself
military are cared for under the
., figure the inclusion of
$76 million budget for the bill, if *.,. encourages
.
.. :
is
enlisted men, a problem cre
MDB Payments Due there is any money l left over, par- .y
ik. ated in the event of another national -
Mutual Death Benefit Society ents and dependents' of retired
: whereby
many
and deceased personnel will be ;1-(.. emergency
members are advised that assess- thousands of Reservists might be
ment No. 58 is due and payableby covered under the insurance plan. : y brought into active service for

March 23. INDUSTRY HAS forged ahead three to four years.


Air News Garners Coveted y"v The subcommittee. is asking itself

I ,whether such men would all
Defense Department Award stay in and let themselves ba

forced in order
out to get the readjustment
The Jax Air News has been eral attractiveness, conformitywith pay-a development
awarded the Department of De- journalistic principles, read- which! could mean astronomicalcosts

fense Certificate of Merit as the ability, proper news balance and in future years. If the minimum
outstanding Service paper in its makeup, on the basis of all issues service is raised to eight
class for the last quarter of 1955, for the period. continuous years, the cost wouldbe
NEW PUNCH Signifying a new and more powerful punchfor
it was learned this week The Certificate of Merit, high- the Navy's jet -photographic reconnaissance squadrons is this cut in half, but it would also

This recognition of achievementis est award attainable for Service F9F-8F Cougar, being admired by Comdr. Martin MacNalr, skip- cut eligibility of men who servedin .
awarded each quarter to out- newspapers, may be awarded to per of Composite Squadron 62 at NAS Jax. The striped probe both World War.II and Korea,
standing Service publicationswhich publications only once in a 12- j allows photo pilots to refuel.forward In the air, and the horseshoe-shaped. who have served eight years but
glass in the nose permits -firing oblique photo&aphs.Doxlng
are selocted for their gen- (Please Tnrn to Page 8, Col. 5)) glove Is not standard equipment with the new Cougars not continuously.

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lubUthtd every Thursday tor Nary and Marine actlvtUei at Naval *AIr CATHOLIC <2> .
Station. JacktonvUIe. Fla.
NAS JukesaWs Mass 0800 0900
Sunday
Cap& William S. Harris .... ._-.-_' .. -.-,+...,._. Commanding Officer ,
Comdr John N, Myers ----- _-- Executive OUlctr 1000 St. Edward's ChapeL
Fleet 'Air JackttBTlll Saturday Mass, 0630.
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Corowell Commander
dipt Richard O Greene ._.-.-- .. Oiler of SUM Daily Mass 0630. i
Fleet! Air flag Blerea Sunday 0630, Mass at the
Capt. Bowen F. 'McLeod. .. .Commander '
f omdr. Hichard"Davis"_. ?Chief Staff Officer Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruc-
Naval Air Teehalral Tralaiag Center tion classes, Building 463.
Capt Henry C DeLftnv' Commanding Officer
Comdr. Edward W. 1ibop Executive Officer Wednesday -1930, Lenten Devotions -

Naval 111.,1&1 at St. Edward's Chapel,
Capt Benjamin N. Ahl Commanding Officer
Capt. L. A. Newton -.,_- --,_.?.,,,--.r....,.__ Executive Officer includes Stations of the Cross and

Capt. Wilson It. Bartlett NAJtTU Command! ( Officer Benediction.

Comdr Laurence, F. Steffenhagen _...,,.,..:......__ Executive Officer PROTESTANT SUM' 'Q AS S QpSS

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly: at the U. S. Naval Air Station. I Thursday, March 1C \ \
RIGHT \\ \ q
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with .appropriated funda 1960 All Saints' Choir Re PARK i H .
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-3S Rev. : _
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air' Station. the hearsal. TIM
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit.'and the
March 18
U. S. Naval Hospital Saturday,

Service Information Officer-Lt. Ted Morgan 1000 Catechetical Instruction
Editor Andrew U. Planey (Lutheran) for children. POSITION YOUR CAR
Ass't Editor!: -Beda Moore Staff
Reporters Jack
Holmes PHlj Marion
Cracraft. JO2 Nancy Ward. JOSN. Sunday, March 19 I When driving a car, follow the or hillcrests? What are the traffic

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. 0800 Episcopal Communion adage-"A place for everythingand conditions? What do the
road
AITS material In
appearing this publication may'not be without
the written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service. reprinted of other Service, Chaplain Nickelson. I everything in its place." markings' direct?
matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission ol 0930 for
Sunday School
,EdItor. JAX AIR NEWS. ages i There is always a proper place Consider every one of these

S3i >Editorial 216 and offices 8164. located Mon Administration Building. Phone extensions 4 through adults. : far your car on the street., That things in deciding which lane is
0930 Service of Divine
Wor-
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proper place is YOUR OWN yours.A .

ship 1100, Chaplain- Service Carpenter.of Divine Wor- LANE, says the AAA driver driver out of, proper lane is
Consider Your DeductionsNow training book, "Sportsmanlike
ship, Chaplain Griffin. a trespasser, an outlaw a com-

1900 The United Fellowshipof Driving. mitter of a foul. He robs the traffic .

Protestants Building 804. Which lane is yours? That depends pattern of the factor of safety
,
For 1956 Tax Bill Monday, March 20 : How many' lanes are Obey lane markings. Stay inline

1900 Lutheran Instruction there? What speed are you driv at curves and hillcrests. Pass

Classes Building 502. ing in relation to the speed of only on the left.. Maneuver safelyto
[ Is the eighth and final article in a series on'federal Income 1930-Latter, other cars? Will you make a rightor correct lanes for turns you will
Day Saints' Sere
tax lThts
year 1955. This article is based on information furnished
to by the American Institute of Accountants, the national ice. left turn Are you near curves make. Drive'in your own lane!

organization of certified public accountants.) Tuesday, March 21

(By Armed Forces Press Service) 1900 Christian Science Class. VA-12 Sheds

The previous articles in this series, were intended to help you 1930 Bible Study Group, \ ', '
in preparing your federal tax return for 1955. This article deals Building 804.1ednesday. '
Banshees Now
with your taxes for 1956 and beyond. March 22 ; .

When the time comes to make *Dec. 31 qualifies 1930 Lenten Service, "Given
as an exemption
A Hard Time Flying F7UsMore
Out your tax return for 1956 it for the full year. Chaplain Nickel-
son.
will be too late to take advantageof If you foresee a great deal of Thursday, March 23 than half a decade of :
.
some possible tax savings. medical expenses during the yearmore 1900 All Saints' Choir Ref flying the famed jet "Banshee"has .

There are some possibilities for than%three per cent o hcarsal. ended for VA-12 at NAS ,,OJ
your income-and expect the expenses Cecil Field. The squadron
reducing tax which ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL now
your ;you ',, :
might consider now to be less in 1957, youmigh't (Naval Hospital, Protestant) flies the F7U-3 Cutlass. e., ,
consider paying ,
as many 0930-Sunday School During the of five ,
and Nur- span years,
If half bills
you are providing nearly as possible before the end of
scry. VA-12 pilots flew the F2H-1 and
the support of' someone who the year-up to the maximum
0930- Divine WorshipChaplain 'subsequently the F2H-2, amas-
might qualify as a dependent, remember allowable deduction. If you borrow
William A. Swets. sing total of
a more than 25,000
that if you provided to do this, remember that
more than half the support you you, can also deduct the interest. 1900 Tuesdays, Instructionclass flying hours and recording nearly
for personnel of Presbyterian 6000 carrier landings.
would be entitled to a $600 ex: IF YOUR MEDICAL
emption. expensesare or Reformed background, Form rlyignated VF-12,
over the maximum deduction, Hospital Chapel. the unit, a membcr'of CVG-1, has
REMEMBER THAT unless a perhaps you can defer part of the i > operated "Banshees" around the "'tiw gst eee

dependent is under 19 or a student payment until after the end of A
you will lose the exemptionif the year. day dreaming-he couldn't keeps tional jet squadron to be both Comdr. Laurence Steffenha-

his income is $600 or more. Be Borrowing to pay your his mind in the gutter. day and night carrier qualified. Ken relieved Capt. Wilson R.
Bartlett last Friday as commanding -
sure to check the income of everyone can sometimes let you take the Attack Squadron 12 is com- officer of Naval Air

you expect to claim: as a deduction a year earlier.If Some people believe anythingyou manded by Comdr. Paul II. Du- Reserve Training Unit, Jack-

dependent. you sell your home at a tell them-if you whisper it rand. sonville. Capt. Bartlett has
profit, remember that you do been assigned the post of Na-
Remember, too, that you may not have to capital val Attache at Copenhagen,
a
pay gains
file a joint return for 1956 if you Denmark. Com dr, Steffenhagen,
are married anytime during the tax if you pay more for a new Fish ingParty Wrecked As former executive officer, will
home within a year than the have the duties as CO until the
year before midnight, Dec. 31, arrival of Norman Anderson -
price you get for the'old one. Capt.
1956. When investing money remember Rolling Sea Beaches CrewAbout in July.Newest.

A baby born up to midnight that stock in a domestic cor-

poration offers the possibility of 20 shallow-water sail- Clyde Wheat, embarked at 'Fury'

Jaycees Initiate dividend exclusive and credit. ors of the Disbursing Office, 0730, equipped with rods, bait
If you sell securities or other and lunches.
NAS Fiscal
Department, in- Tested Aboard
"capital assets" ata profit, it is cluding five Waves Spirits were high, what with
GetAcquainted' were so
'Operation usually I better to blue skies, mild
wait until you rocked by the rock and roll a breeze and

have held them at least six of the Atlantic; that they traded sunlight sparkling on the ,bil- USS RandolphAn } ]
months so that the profit will be lows. Rough Not a John Paul
a planned fishing party out of
taxed at the Jones of them will fighter,
capital gains rate Mayport last Friday for a land admit sucha FJ-4 "Fury" jet
The Jacksonville Junior Cham instead of as ordinary income. picnic. thing! newest in a line of Navy carrier-

ber of Commerce is taking cog WHEN BUYING BONDS, con Nevertheless, when the pis- based aircraft, has undergone

nizance of the problems facedby sider'not only the interest rate The excursion was inspiredby catorial experts turned green carrier suitability tests aboard the

senior high school students in but the fact that interest on stated W. H. Pattillo, DKC, known around the gills about 10 miles USS Randolph'during operations

meeting military obligations an and municipal bonds is exempt : out, lesser anglers felt no off the coast of Florida last eek,

at the same time planning for from federal income tax. STOP ROCKINTHE blush in directing the skipperof Capable of achieving near-sonic

future careers. If any of these points is likely BOAT f "- the clipper to heave to and speeds, the FJ-4 differs only
to make a substantial difference 1 rIslt head for home. ''
Buap By 1000 the" predecessors -
As a means of acquainting them slightly from its famous
in your tax, it will probably boat was docked and the cruise The
pay and FJ-3.
with life at a military base and ROCK A the FJ-2
expanding their interest particu you to discuss your problems with srisH 4 BYE B By ended. biggest differences lie in its thin-
the Internal Revenue Service, or Once back on land things dorsal
and
larly in naval operation and activities ner wings and tail
to seek professional tax advice. looked different including the aft of the
the first of a programmed fairing canopy.
Anything you pay for assistance lunches. After all, who
series of tours ,at NAS Jacksonville wanted Test pilot for the plane operat-
in preparing tax fish, even Jf it
your return is was Friday? So
took place yesterday, The, deductible from the erstwhile ing from the Randolph is Lcdr
taxable in fishermen
your
took
.
Jaycee project is called "Opera come. their hard.boiled Franklin Stephens veteran avia-
tion Get eggs and
Acquainted".
But beware of any "tax expert" sandwiches down the sandy tor.The

Twenty-five students from An who claims that he can cut your ...- : R stretch for an outdoor picnic. carrier suitability tests

drew Jackson High School visited tax below the amount you really Everyone is said to have hada conducted with the FJ-4 were

j Composite Squadron VC-62 Fleet owe. It's a good idea to pick as the "great fisherman of Fis- fine time. ordered'' by the Navy's Bureau of

Airborne Electronics Training someone who has had experience cal. A 40-foot commercial fish But the next time Disbursing Aeronautics and were carried out

Unit Atlantic in ing boat ,was chartered by D. by the Naval Air Test Center
Detachment Two,, dealing with the revenue service ; plans a recreational ball,
't. and other interesting activities on just in case the government W. Williams, DKC, acting for nobody-but nobody-had better from Patuxent River, Md. Similar

\, the Station. The students arrived should raise some question bout the Navy party which, led by spin a rock and roll platter tests must be passed by each new

'" on the Station at 1300. your return. Ensign L. D. Hayes and CWO on his record player I aircraft before it is introduced to

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15 .March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


tt2' VP-18, VA-44, VC-62, Fasron 109 Report



Scouting Squadronsyrlfi

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The "Hornets" of V Aare
This past Week VP-18 was giv-
looking forward with much anticipation *
informal administrative inspection -
en an
to their first all hands
by Commander Fleet Air
party of 1956 to be held= tomorrow
(Prepared by the NATTCenter Wing 11. No grade was given, but
at 1300. Site of the will
Librarian for all Navy Libraries all departments thought the inspection party
be the Anchorage.Feature of the
in the area). informative and
very
day will be a softball battle between -
Outdoors calling! This is the now know exactly what is ex-
the officers and enlisted
\
trend of most-wanted books dur- pected of them in the forthcomi -

ing the past week. tt .Fa g administrative inspection, men. ,

Florida Fish And Fishing;: which will be given sometime later VC-63

What, where, when and bow-we kc this year. Letters of appreciation from'

assume you know why. r' Many officers left VP-18 this Rear Adm. G. C. Crawford, commandant

Angler's Almanac: Month by ;; week on TAD with the executive of the Sixth Naval District
month description of fishing con officer, Comdr. Howard Liebmann have been received by Em .

ditions in North America. ,. ., leading the list in going to Halifax met Rodifer, AN, and William J.
Secrets Of Taking Good Pictures Nova Scotia. Six pilots left .Mannaioni
{ 2 twA AN, for their participation
\
: The camera goes along to for Norfolk, where they will receive -
__,. ...." ...........m__"_ .......no.....".... in the Sixth Naval Dis-
substantiate the fish story. The a refresher course at Fae- trict's
variety show for Navy Relief -
basic information in this book is MERIT MAST "For exceptionally meritorious service while tuLant. The officers who made
serving 'with Carrier Air Group 7 aboard the USS Bon Honune .
especially helpful for the beginner. Richard", Lt. Ray Davis (right) is awarded a Navy Unit Commendation the trip are: Comdr. Robert Gil- Rodifer and Mannaioni are a
by Capt. Henry C. Debug, commanding officer of lock, Lt Roborn Davis, and Lt. comedy pantomime team called
Outdoorman's Cookbook: For NATTCenter. Lt. Davis is presently under instruction at the Fred Stone, and. Ltjg's( ) John the "Golly Whoppers." In another I
the fishing trip, the picnic or your Naval Air Weapons System School, Guided Missile Branch. Owen Arnold Hyman and Ralph letter to the CO of VC-62, Admiral .1 }

own backyard. Common sense in- Most States Double Smith Crawford said, "They were a
formation, use of latest methods Nearly I They will be gone a week and riot and enjoyed enthusiastic audience -
and materials, and favorite recipes receive intensive training in ASW response." I I

of many outdoor writers. Exemptions For Married MenThe procedures. Ltjg) James Moze- With the departure of Detachment J
Added section for best ways to ly j jiTst returned from a three 31.56 aboard the USS Coral
following is a continuation of the listing of states that have i
fish in the field week survival at Reno
prepare game or course Sea early this week, the squadron
for income tax laws and how these laws affect members of the and Pifer left for
subsequent freezing-in case Nevada Ltjg( ) marked a new high of six detach-
have that kind of luck. armed forces. Reno take the
you to same course. ments at sea. Lcdr. Arthur R.
Gentlemen, Start Your Engines: l\IARYLAND-Retums must be tions of estimated tax are re- VP-18 congratulates Ltjg( ) and Keeneth heads the Coral Sea
A friendly autobiography by the filed on a gross income in ex-cess quired where Income not subjectto Mrs. Norman Smith on the new group.

top executive who is most remembered of $800 if single and $1,600 if withholding can be expectedto addition to their family, a boy Lt Thomas Neilson is rapidly

as a racing car en- married or head of a family. Dec- equal or exceed income subjectto born Sunday, March 11. forming up his photo team, whichis
thusiast. and Entertaining laration of estimated tax Js re- .
Exciting withholding. Exemptions are slated to be the first VC-62
reading. quired if income will be $500 or $1,000 if single, $2,000 if married VA-44 detachment to deploy with F9F-

Automobile Repair Manual : more not subject to withholdingand I or head of a family and $300 for Mike Mejia, YN1, departed the 8P's. During the past weeks, intensive .
One of several to help the me- total gross income will be : each dependent. squadron last week for return to field carrier landing prac-

chanically minded "tinker" to $1,500 ,or more if single and $2- Members of the armed forces Sanglcy Point, Philippine Islands tice and air-to-air refueling, cou-

good purpose. 500 or more if married. may defer filing returns and pay- pending discharge. A native of pled with photo missions, has

Gardening The Small Place: : : Exemptions are $800 if single,, ing taxes until six months after the Philippines, Mejia hopes to brought his spirited team to a
The year 'round hobby which is $1,600 if married and $800 for discharge in cases of undue hard- spend his next tour in that area. high state of readiness.

an all-out venture these days. Al- each dependent. Returns and pay- ship caused by military service. With an appropriate cloud of

though not especially planned for ment are due April 15. Declarations Returns are due April 15. Pay- April 15. Payment of estimated cigar smoke, the squadron last
this area, there are suggestionsin are due April 15 but pay- ments may be in installmentswith tax may be in installments with week observed the promotion of
this small volume for, planting ment of estimated tax may be I the first one due with the the first due with the declarations Donald W. Chorlton and David C.
planting and caring for with the declaration or in installments return. Declarations are duet Pitfield to Ltjg( ).

shrubs, trees, flower and vege- with the first install-i ,,_ ,, .... I Reporting were Lt. James
: --'Y' '"':N.m.y! W < A Y' """''''""A
table gardens. For special proj- ment dub with the declaration. I f.F.: !f' 'i'i W.v.: Gibbs, from the Jet Training Unitat

ects (or problems!) we suggestyou $1,500 of active-service pay is excluded Olathc, Kansas; Max Kaner
look over the gardening section from gross income. The I i ':. LM'x YNC, from ComCarDivSix; and

in your library. state substantially follows fed- ; \ pxF 1.WYA Alan Saunders, PHAA, from NTC
Home Orchid Growing: Did you eral law with respect to defer- Bainbridge.
see the exhibit last weekend? ment by members of the armed Robert Evans, AD2, and Robert

Wonderful help here even if you forces. Snearly, PH3, were released to

plan to start with only the win- MASSACHUSETTS Returns Inactive duty.
dow sill for your experimental must be filed on an earned incomeof Edwin Gower, ADC, with 26
garden. $2,000 or more or on other tax- years in the Navy, shipped over

Skin Diving And Exploring: A able income in any amount. Ex- for another four years.
.
sport which has zoomed to pop- emptions are $2,000 for taxpayer t

ularity. We've books on practic- against earned income, $500 for : Fasron 109

ally all aspects of it with new spouse and $400 for each dependent. r.111: Comdr. Sidney Engelhardt,
ones being added as they are pub- Returns and payments are commanding officer, of Fasron
lished. Keep a watch on the due April 15.MINNESOTAReturns. 109, held the annual monthly
shelves for planning your sport must be personnel inspection last Thurs
with the latest ideas. filed on a gross income in excessof day. Commander Engelhardt selected -
$1,000 if single, $2,000 if mar- Oral G.,Bush, AN, as the
.. If you are ready for any adven-
ried or head of a household, or first "Man Of-The-Month." Bush
ture if it requires no more ac-
if the combined income of a received a $35.00 gift certificate.
tivity than turning the pages of
married couple exceeds $2,000. There were five runners-up
a good story, try these:
$3,000 active-service pay is excluded who received a 24 hour 'special
Hard Hats: Modern setting for
I from gross income. Credit, liberty. They were Jack Hall,
a novel of people involved in the
construction of a great dam. I from tax is $10 if single, $30 if AD2; Alonzo Johnson, YN3; John
married or head of a householdand Dinicola, SN; Robert Clayton,
H.M.S. .Ulysses: The dramatic : also for each dependent. MAN-OF-TIIE MONTH'Congratulations AN; and William MacDonald,
story of the light cruiser on con- Members of the armed forces Airman Bush Is and a certificate AMAN.

voy duty-Murmansk run. outside the continental U.s. continuously for having been chosen Richard Holland, A02, returnedto
Jonathan Eagle: Adventure and "Man-of-the-Month" is given the
for than 90 daysare squadron after spendingtwo
more
'ManofMonth'At Oral Bush, AN, of Fasron 109
in exotic tale of the
romance an granted an extension of time by his commanding officer, months TAD at Roosevelt
18th Century. until six months after they re- Comdr. Sidney Engelhardt Roads, Puerto Rico.
turn. Tax returns are due April Fasron 109 Bush was selected on the basisof Wernon Park, PN1, Lewis

Toaslmaslers 15. Payment may be in install- his outstanding and other military qualities.proficiency Ilumprey, BMI, and Edward
ments with the first one due with Outstanding military proficiency Kuhrt, DC1, received orders and
Elect OfficersThe the returns. coupled with 'an admirable receiving 21-hour special lib i will depart for ComDesLant this

Jax Navy Chapter of MISSISSIPPI Returns must personality and other fine quali- erty. month. Robert Hudson, AK1 received
Toastmasters International elect- be filed on a net income in excess ties.has garnered the Fasron 109 Bush hails from Gallipolis, I his orders to NAS, Dallas,
"Man-of-the-Month" award for Ohio, where he was employed as Texas.
which
ed a new slate of officers at a of personal exemptions are <
meeting held March 1 in the Officers $4,000 if single, $6,000 if married. Oral G. Bush, AN. a printer for the Gallipolis Daily' Last week the squadron had .
Club. Returns must be filed also on a Judged on character, military Tribune. After boot training at two new men report' aboard.

Tapped for office were: Maj. gross income over $6,000. Thereare courtesy, education, advancementin Bainbridge in September 1954, he They were: Joseph Gregory, AA,
Emmons S. Maloney, president; no personal exemptions for rate, and many other points, a attended AN-P School, Norman, and Robert Coates, AA, from
Lt. Bert Udovin, first vicepresident dependents. Returns are due nominee is selected from each Okla., and subsequently was assigned -: Bainbridge, Maryland.Progress .

;.Lcdr. Vince Anania, second April 15. Payments may be in installments squadron division to put the selection to Fasron 109 in April. + .

vice-president; First Lt. ThomasE. with the first one due system in operation.The 1955. .
Morrow, secretary; First Lt. with the returns.MONTANAReturns. winner is chosen at a A nominee from the Ordnance. Being
must be monthly inspection conductedby Division, Bush's division officer,
Donald Thomas, treasurer; and
Capt. Thomas Mooney, Sergeant- filed on a net Income'ot $1,000"or the commanding officer. A CWO Billy M. Harkins, praisedhim Made To Get651n56
at-Arms. more if single and on a net in- $35.00 gift certificate from a local highly for his "outstanding
firm is awarded to abilities both in character and
The installation ceremony will come of $2,000 or more if mar- clothing
be held March 29. ried or head of a family. Declara- the top man, with runners-np military proficiency."


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:; Europe's Worst Snow ,Storm


: Spoils Champ's Riviera Stay i N' .y 4t, jw

..' Snow on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier Is not uncommon
I w, since the Navy serves in all corners of, the globe. However, when
) the.NAAS Mayport-based USS' Lake Champlain (CVA-39)) recently
had four inches of it on her deck, it was very unusual-since she
'
L.. ." was anchored qt the French Riviera port of Cannes.

, : The "Ghamp" anchored att' the ship pulled in, Cannes lay
Cannes for ,a 10-day visit after
under blanket of
i a snow, reachng -
;t she, and other ships of the U. S. l depths of 10.121nches=:with :

(; Sixth Fleet, weathered the worst more'on the way. S
.. .- storm in Mediterranean history. ONE AFTERNOON an extremely ': T
CF; WAVES LASHED 40-45 feet heavy 'snowfall deposited Via ,
high, whipped by winds of 50-60 rS.
; about four inches of, snow on,
..' : miles-per-hour. Moving through Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo and
i( ,; the. driving storm: at reduced the Lake Champlain.. The more
speed, the flattop had ice hang hardy members of the ship's crew
ing from exposed hoses and cat- took quick advantage of the op

walks. portunities, and shortly snowball
To men of the the '
\ "Champ", fights and snow man building .
mid-February visit was to be a contests ensued. A S4
\ period of rest and relaxation, RIviera It soon became evident that :

style But, Cannes, like the the Champmen possessed more y 1 + Y1.J. .
I rest of southern Europe, was ambition than marksmanship. < ': ...: : ,; ,., : ;' ,,: ,
..f.i' ",7 :; ';';;;'ap.arctiYwP; > '''''''::''' .w't\( ; !'t
caught in the throes of the worst Snowballs slammed into
storm in almost 90 When more SNOW-BOUND Pilots, plane captains, and ship's company personnel of the USS Lake
years airplanes and ship's equipmentthan Champlain (CVA-39)) hid plenty of time off, but no place-to go when their ship became snowboundwhile
intended targets, necessitating visiting Cannes, France, while on its Mediterranean cruise.' One of the worst 'storms In
Pier Dance For the rather ''unorthodox call, Europe's history cast a blanket of snow which covers the ship's flight deck here and also the French
There will be no more snowball Riviera where the Champlain crew had hoped to enjoy a warm 10 days of rest and relaxation. The
USS Champlain, home-based at NAAS Mayport, Fla., is operating with the Sixth Fleet In the
Coral Sea CrewThe throwing on the flight deck." Mediterranean.but ;


entire crew of the aircraft

carrier USS Coral Sea, which has To Modernize Replace Obsolete Office
been operating out of Mayport ,
.. for the past several weeks, is
planning a gigantic open air Equipment As Required By Station UnitsA

buffet-dance on the pier of the .. SALTY MOR FROM
Naval Auxiliary Air Station at
2000 Tuesday, March 20. Defense Department gen ers only. Rounded up in the sur- first class machines after regular HERE AND THEREIn
The gala affair will honor eral management improve- vey were 350 typewriters deemed servicingr.will be placed in a poolto
ment excess to actual needs. be used either my predicament a sneeze is
wives of the crew members and program, now underway as replacementsfor
young ladies of Jacksonville and throughout the military services ANOTHER RESULT of the sur- typewriters in use but need. dangerous to venture mouth
the Beaches, at the same time already has resulted in vey, conducted by the Office ing repairs, or whatever addi shut I'm apt to blow my top, if
the establishment Methods Branch Administration tional open I lose my denture.
serving as a mighty sendoff for of a fund to typewriters are required. .
the carrier which departs immediately carry out the program at NAS Department, was the discoverythat THE POOL-WHICH it is es-
afterward for a two Jax.The 65 per cent of the typewriters timated will include between 20 Sailor: "We're coming to a tunnel

months cruise in the Caribbean. fund, authorized by the now on hand at NAS Jax have and 30 typewriters-will be the! Are you afraidT"Girl
Also honored will be the mayorso Commanding Officer, will ,be reached their maximum service responsibility of the Public Works Friend: "Notif you take"
Jacksonville, Jacksonville used in modernizing and replacing period of 12 years, and some areas Department, and will be housedin that cigar out. .of .your mouth..

Beach and Mayport, and personnel obsolete office equipmentand old as the Station itself. Building 902, the Public Works : "
Seaman "What's that book?
'Of Air Group Ten, attached to furnishings required by the What happens to these outworn headquarters. The Departmentwill I :
Chief "It's entitled "What
the carrier. various units on the Station. typewriters Those that are eco- make all temporary typewriter -' :

The ship's complement, consisting The first survey locally con nomically unrepairable will be loans, maintain repair services -, Twent Million Women Want"Seaman
Let's if
of about 3,000 officers and ducted in compliance with a Bu- disposed of through regular redistribution provide delivery and' pick : "Yeah see

men, are sparing no expense to Aer instruction to all Naval air channels. The rest, up service for units lacking assigned they spelled .my.name. right
assure a memorable event. Char- activities was made on typewrit which have been determined asA vehicles, and assume and
tered city buses will transport the maintain custodial responsibility Bride of five minutes, on leaning
invited girls to the base, where to the Fiscal Office for all type Justice of the Peace's office
they will be met by a special writers.To with sailor: "Now where do we
committee from the carrier who assure efficient operationand go for the allotment.

will present each with a corsage.A r Mi use of the pool, all requestsfor .
typically Navy atmosphere will replacements or additional "F r e que n t water-drinking,"
prevail as the music of Hal Mc- typewriters will be handled by said Miss Church, "prevents you
Intyre's orchestra plays for dan- each individual department from becoming stiff in the joints."

cing. through an appointed representative. "Yes," said Johnson, "but some
,
The ship's crew, using its own .I III IIIX of the joints don't serve water."
recreational funds, has planned a g THE ENTIRE PROGRAM is .

king-size buffet supper for which based on good equipment for ab "Here's a fetter from your wife

more than 1000 turkeys and hams f fc. solute need. Electric typewriters, which says you are the father ofa
have been obtained in addition of which there
to are more than 50 10-pound baby boy.
,many other buffet-style dishes. now on the Station, must be jus "Does she say anything.else?"
And for additional entertainment, tified by a minimum six-hour dai "Well, at the end of the letter
Allen Drake, the famous New ly usage in the preparation of she says, 'Truly yours."
York comedian, will present his forms requiring an original and .
own floor show during the even- eight copies, and correspondence Just give me a man
ing. requiring and original and 10 with a million or two.
copies. Or one that is handsome
The typewriter survey was would certainly do.
CREDIT UNION .4 completed about !a month ago. In A dashing young fellowis
April a survey of adding ma- well any day.
DATAFrom chines and calculators will get Or one that is famous

( time to time, it it plan _-.-......... .. --, --... underway. Office furniture prob would suit me okay.
MAN WITH IDEAS ably will not be surveyed until 1 But if the man shortage
ned, to publish a series of short Joseph King (right), Overhaul and
Repair Department employee Is a man with ideas, and he makes November or December. should get any worse,
articles on the Jacksonville Navy them pay off. Here he is showing Comdr. G.. W. Ellenburg, assis The entire survey is Go back to the very first
Credit Union to acquaint employees tant 0 & R officer, one of his many inventions a loosening tool, to be expected
of the Navy at local commands for which he has reaped cash through the Beneficial Suggestion completed by" Jan. 1, 1957, line of this verse.
with the Jax Navy Credit Union.) program. On the table are other tools and Instruments he has auguring a bright new look tall o *
either devised or improved. King was the recipient in Januaryof offices-and to the faces of "Well, for land's sake," said a
The Jax Navy Federal Credit five checks totaling $ZU for beneficial suggestions.
personnel who use the equipment. dear old lady upon tasting her
Union is comprised of a groupof
first glass of beer. "I declare this
military and civilian personnelwho

have pooled their resources II Security Allows Intruder To Pass Unmolested At VC-62 I tastes husband exactly has like been the taking medicinemy for
and efforts to help solve their individual "
thirty years!
financial The -
problems. "Security" is a word much one night last week an intruder -
credit union is chartered by the stopped by his adversary's superior -
stressed by the Armed Forces. got away from them. "firepower." Chief: "Don't you suppose our
Federal Government.It Here at NAS Jax, the aircraft Noah O. Dupuy Jr., AN, was son gets his intelligence from
has two objctlves to encourage lines are among the most heavily patrolling his post around the After warning sentries on me?"
thrift, and to extend to guarded areas. An "intru- photo planes when he spotted adjoining posts,Dupuy allowedthe Wife: "lIe must. I've still got
its members low cost loans. der" is stopped, fully identi- I the unauthorized intruder. The black and white musteline mine."
Civilian employees and military fied, and questioned about his culprit was headed straight for mammal of the genus mephitis
personnel stationed at Navy shore business before he is allowedto the Line Shack obviously benton (skunk to you), to pass unmol- Overheard in a night club. "We
activities in Duval County are eligible proceed.The sabotage. Although Dupuywas ested from the VC-62 line. left our son alone tonight. He's at

; to join. The credit union sentries of Composite armed he did not challenge No damage was detected either the age where we don't trust him
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,; office is located In the west wingprof Squadron 62 are as thorough in the intruder, realizingthat by sight, sound, or "sniff with & baby sitter."
; Building 39, opposite the Main- security measures as anyone, he would undoubtedly be test.
[aIde post office. He who laughs lasts,



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.,15 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Five




r-, :The LADDER CiviliansOn :' y; a1





the promotion roster effec-

tive :March .5 were six employees, We hope 'tis a fine St. Pat's
two from Overhaul and Repair ; y 'rfi day celebration for all you
;
Department, two from Supply ; Joneses, Browns, and Smiths this

Department, and one each from Saturday, who on March 17 put

Public Works' Department and an '0' before your name, so you
Miscellaneous. p too, can claim heritage to a care-

Promoted 0 & R were Nell free Irish clan.Surprising ,

Davis, from addressing machine how many Irishmenwe

and graphotype operator, GS-2: to .{ l meet around the feast of St.
supervisory clerk GS-3, and Wil- Patrick, Ireland's well-known pa-

liam Quinn, Jr., supervisory industrial tron. On this day of all days, it
engineer GS-9 to super- seems everyone'has a bit of ol

visory industrial engineer GS-il. Ireland in their past and sure

Advanced at Supply: Depart- and they'll tell you if you ask

ment were Dorothy Kelly, tabulating -, them.
machine operator GS-3 to' .5.

tabulating machine operator GS-, The joint outing of the Station
4, and ,Alice .Sigle, property and I -' service-women and girls from tho
clerk' GS-4 to COURT IN SESSION-The first photograph taken of t General Courts-Martial held at NAS lax Jacksonville
supply propertyand YWCA held Sundaywas :
shows court reporter Jane Davis and trial counsel Lt. David Lewis, NATTCenter legal officer, at
supply supervisor GS-5. lower left. At lower right<< is a civilian attorney employed by the accused as defense counsel, and terrific. The emphasis for the
Promoted at Public Works Department Lt. John Root, of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet Naval Station Green Cove Springs, appointed as de- day was on food, merriment and
Paul Johnson fense counsel. Seated at the rear Is the Court, appointed by Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. laughter with attendingthe I
was automotive Left to right are Lt. Philip Fagan, VP-16; Lcdr. Robert Prine, Sub Group One, NS Green Cove everyone
equipment serviceman' Springs; Comdr. George Brickley, NAS Jax; Comdr. John Cooper, NS Green Cove Springs; Lcdr. picnic spending an afternoon
third step to production dispatch. Victor Jusson, Sub Group Four, NS Green Cove Springs; Lt Cheldon Corner, NATTCenter; Lt. Lewis in gay and vappy spirits.
er second step. I I Morrison, VF-171, NAS Cecil Field; and Comdr. Robert E. Lee, NAS Jax law officer.You're .

In Miscellaneous was Anne: Like to travel? Want to be a

Garrison, cash accounting clerk i Invited To Witness General SAFETYBox member of one of the best orga-

(collection) GS-3 Public Works i nized groups of service-women

Department to cash accounting I Court-Martial Trials Held Here Score around the southeast? Here's
your chance. Try out for the 1956

clerk (collecting, typing) GS-4 General court-martial trials, such as those convenedat Disabling Injuries Through Crackerjax squad. It's guaranteedthat

Communications Department. NAS Jax by Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, in accordance Tuesday, March 13 anyone who makes the team

with provisions of the Sixth Naval District: legal This Month 0 will be in for hard work, many:

Commissary Store plan are open to spectators, either civilian or military, who This year 0 ball-games, and one of the most

can be spared from their official duties.A Days Since Last enjoyable summers ever experi

Closed March 28 fact sometimes overlooked is Lost-Time Accident} 92 enced.
court are appointed by Commander .
The NAS Commissary Store. that such spectators are not only Fleet Air Jacksonville from
The USS Coral Sea has sent a
locate in Building 135, will be invited but urged to witness the nominations submitted by com judge in civil courts, also are appointed special invitation, inviting all the
closed for monthly inventory all manding officers of naval com by ComFairJax. All threeof
trials whenever possible Station servicewomen to attend a
mands in the local the latter appointees must be
area.
day Wednesday March 28, 1956. The trials are held in the gen Navy legal officers who are mem dinner-dance being held Tuesday

The store will re-open for busi- eral court-martial room in Building A TRIAL AND a defense count bers of the bar and certified by night, :March 20, from 2000 to

ness as usual at 1300, Thursday, 902, where seven have been sel, as well as a law officer whose the Judge Advocate as qualifiedfor 2400. :

March 29, 1956. I held this year. Members of the duties are similar to those of a I their court duties.A The dance will be held on the

I civilian lawyer may be em- pier at NAAS Mayport with the

ployed by the accused, at his own carrier used as a backdrop. In

Joint Efforts Send Paraplegic NavyI expense, to supplement the serv- case of inclement weather, the

ices of the appointed defense dance will be held on the hangar

RehabilitationTireless counseL deck of the carrier. A buffet sup
To N. Y. For
Wife : per will be served from 2000 on
._.__ .._ ... .__ THE FUNCTION of the courtis
.ero{;y.n{9PY lMM'Nr 'M7 RM .n.H. continuously throughout the eve-
and concerted effortsOn to try all serious offenses com
the part of the Local Districtof mitted by Naval personnel in this ning. Hal McIntyre'and his orchestra ..
will the dance
Florida Vocational Rehabili- area such as may not properly be provide
music and a TV comedian and
tation Department, the social referred to a special court-mar .
welfare workers of the AmericanRed tiaL Those tried here are gener- vocalist requested directly from
New York City will be the high-
Cross and of the Civil Ser- ally of a complicated nature requiring -
light of the night's entertainment.Dress .
vice programs at the Naval Hospital numerous witnesses. Rou

and Naval authorities has tine cases, such as unauthorized for the dance will be

resulted in plans which culminate absence from duty, and whichcan cocktail attire or party frocks for

in a flight today of a para- be tried without witnesses, the ladies. The officers and men

plegic Navy wife to the Instituteof i are handled by the Sixth Naval of the USS Coral Sea cordially

Physical Medicine and Reha : District General Court-Martial' at invite the Waves and Lady Ma-

bilitation at Bellevue Medical f .a Charleston, S. C. rines to accept their invitation.

Center in New York City. A general court-martial has the Transportation will be providedboth

; power to adjudge any sentencenot to and from the dance. Girls
Mrs. Winnifred Anderson, wife '
of William A. Anderson, BM1 of : : prohibited by the Uniform interested in attending the dance
ll Code of Military Justice or the contact Peg Lawlor, Barracks 723,
Fasron 9 at NAS Cecil Field, has
Manual for extension 8143 between
Courts-Martial, 1951 ( 0830 -
been
a patient for many monthsat
Where appropriate it 1600), not later than
the Naval Hospital here with __ "'".. b.. ..".;,_.... ... .-m. ._...._ ........_.._._....nv.n.w.rwWMiY'A the death penalty, ,life may imprisonment pass. March 16. Check your barracks Friday,
total paralysis of her lower limbs, Mrs. Winnifred Anderson, 30
EYES REHABILITATION or any less severe sentence.AT bulletin board for further detailson
following a back injury in an year-old wife of William Anderson, BM1, of Fasron 9 at NAS .
automobile accident of over a Cecil Field, Is being flown today to the Bellevue Medical Center THE CONCLUSIONS of the dance.ATG202. .
year ago. In New York city for rehabilitation tralnlnr. 'With her'lower the trial the record ,of proceed-
limbs totally paralyzed as a result of an auto accident, Mrs. ings is reviewed by the conven-
Anderson has lain in the prone position for many months at the Ends
Naval Hospital here. After months of medical and surgical pre- ing authority which may approveor
Special arrangements were paration here for rehabilitation, she goes to Bellevue thanks to disapprove the proceedings,
made through the hospital to of Florida Vocational and Rehabilitation Aboard
the concerted efforts disapprove any part of the sentence Carquals
provide this' patient with the ,Department, social welfare workers and Naval authorities. In and-in case of serious er
medical and surgical preparation the photo she pauses during one. of the short periods she was
ror-order a new trial. Or the Carrier
necessary for the rehabilitation able to embroider. charges may be dismissed en- Randolph,
training which she will now re- of the project. on her stomach. Since she has tirely.
ceive at ,BelleVue. No training only been able to support her Pilots of Air Task Group 102,

facility for civilian paraplegicsexists The aim of the Institute is to self by her elbows for short pe- After approval by the conven- based at NAS Cecil Field, culminated -

in the State. teach the patient to become as riods, her occupations at the hose ing authority, the record is for- 10 days of carrier qualifications
I warded to the Advocate
self-sufficient possible in her pital have been. limited to brief Judge and touch-and-go land
as
The Jacksonville office of the and General of the Navy. In certain ings aboard the aircraft carrier
wheel chair sessions at embroidering .
in
home, at first a
Florida
Vocational and Rehabilitation instances
depending the
,
upon se- USS
and later with braces. Last No reading. She has read over 500 Randolph yesterday.
Department under the direction versity of the sentence the.
record Participating units
vember Anderson bought a homein mysteries during her hospital were Fighter -
of Glenn Calmes has accepted be reviewed Boardof
may by a Squadrons 62, 102 and Attack
special gift stay.
Mrs. Anderson for retraining Jacksonville as a Review and the Court of Mili- Squadrons 46 and 176. The air
for his wife who is now looking
,
I
and rehabilitation at the
forward to her training and the Mrs. Anderson, optimistic about tary Appeals. group is commanded by Comdr
Bellevue Center, providing the > I
eventual taking over of her new her future ability to care for her Hebcr J. Badger.
funds for minimumof
necessary a home and bringing up her three- home and family in view of mod Recently modernized with an
four
months. Mrs. Eunice Cun-
year-old son. ern prosthetic, commented: Progress Being angled deck, the Randolph sailed
ingham
medical social worker at
The prospect of being able to "If this had to happen, I am today for Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
the hospital_ and J. W. Baumgardner sit up again is in itself more thana glad that my husband was in the Made To Get651n56 and an extensive six weeks

counselor at the local Voca- goal for this young wife and Navy and that we have a Vocational "shakedown" cruise. The 33,000

tional Rehabilitation office, have mother because for more thana I and Rehabilitation Depart- ton vessel is skippered by Cap
lain ment interested in Navy wives. tain Jack C. Rcnard
worked cooperatively' on details year now she has prone 'i \I c .



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Assembly Climbs: f" .! < : :: : :: Linksmen Meet I


In 0 & R Ten Pin I .4'r 4 Georgia U. Next;


Boast 3-2 MarkThe
Loop Standings ,-. 4 ,

University of Georgia golf!
Assembly climbed over Plan-
ning No.2 into second place in the I fu team pulls into 'town Sunday to

NAS 0 & R Bowling League this I a face the Jax Fliers in a match

week and simultaneously moved I that the Fliers hope to turn into

within a game of league-leading I their third straight win of the

Accessories.The young season.
Assembly club took only I ;9 6a The Station team now has a

two of three points In last Fri-i 3-2 record, pulling ahead of the
.500 mark with
day's match but was able to gain I a doubleheader

on ,both of the two top clubs in I win last Wednesday over Patrick
AFB and Cecil Field Station
on the -
the.circuit when each suffered a I
2-1 setback. course.
I
S GEORGIA'S collegians pose a

Production Planning and Plan- t special problem for Jax Navy,

ning No. 1 held onto the fourth having spoiled unbeaten seasons
for the local Navy squad for the
and fifth positions once again this
week. past two years. The Fliers already

have two blots on their record to
Sixteen loop keglers shoved :
; a college team this season and
their scores over the 500 level last ** ,.
week and two others scored 200- Io.. .. ._ ,:-: _.. ..;; ; .., .... ..... _.._w. : _=. ._ _. ..:.... .......J will be out to do a little avenging

plus games: but failed to break JAX NAVY GOLFERS These seven linksters are pooling their talents in the hopes of taking Sunday.
the Sixth Naval District coif tournament: slated here in July. Currently! 3-2 for the season, the Jax: JACKSONVILLE.had lit-
500.( J. F. Teske led the set stars very
Navy squad includes (left to right) Joe McDonald, Don Glass, Chuck Summit, Lew Chaff, Bill I tie trouble with its
foes
with a 565 which included a gameof Scarbroueh, Walter Strader and Mike Benak. two last

203, and G. F. Volp was second week downing Patrick AFB, 19-8,

with a 562 set. and Cecil Field in a Jacksonville

.S. Nine Clubs Sign For ActionIn CRACKERJAX HOLD Amateur Golf Association.match,

Other 500-plus bowlers and DIAMOND DRILLS 201,2-61,2. Bill Scarbrough led the

their scores included: R.S. Hcriot, Center Softball LeagueNine Twenty girls turned out last winners with a 76.

514; N. R. Dumond, 503; J. Vearil, Monday for the first of infor- The best score for the after-

504; P. Clark, 521; J. O. Burton, teams have already enter- mal softball sessions held on noon in the dual match was fired

501; W. J. Osterhage, 506; I. M. ed the NATTCenter intramural Sgt. Chuck Pless, extension 481, the Wave's diamond and at by Ray Terry, a Jacksonville

Strickland Jr., 500; A. D. Knight, softball league competition whichis NATTCenter Special Services least ten more hopefuls are linkster playing with the Patrick

509; J. F. Onstott, 522; J. J. Wearer due to open around April 16. this week. expected to make an appear- Air Force team. Terry carded a

541; N. S. Quarterman, 516; A. The intramural softball season ance as the practices continue 69, and Bob Taylor of the Cecil

L. Beatty, 505; and E. S. Mc- Entered to date are Aviation will be conducted in two parts throughout the week. Field club racked up a 74.

Creary, 501.McCreary's. I Storekeeper School, Marine Air I this year just as it was last sea- With the return of six of the Lew Chaff and Walt Strader.
Detachment, Special Services, 1955's Crackerjax team mem- of the Fliers scored 77's
501 set was split 1 son. The first half champion will I each ,
equally in three consecutive Airman Preparatory School, Ad- meet the second half championat bers and an abundance of new Don Glass and Joe MacDonald

games of 167, enabling him to ministration, Aviation Ordnance' the end of the year for the talent, predictions are rosy for tallied 68's and Chuck Summit

wear an American Bowling Con- School, Aviation Ground Officers NATTCenter title.Experienced this season's Crackerjax squad, fired an 81 in the matches.
School, and Naval Air Weapons according to Coach Matt Ku- .
gress shoulder patch displayinghis game officials are

fea. It was the first triple School. still urgently needed for the approaching rilich. Four Clubs Share.

game score to be rolled in the Units still interested signing season. Anyone inter- Official. workouts will begin

loop this season. up for the softball circuit, are ested is asked to contact Sgt. Monday, March 19 and will be

Current league standings arc: urged to submit their entries tp Chuck Plcss, extension 481. held nightly on the Wave's Badminton LeadFour

Team W L Pet. I field at 1700. "All softball enthusiasts -

Accessories 44 25 .638 are urged to attend", NATTCenter badminton

Assembly 43 26 .623 Netmen Blanked By Presbyterian; states Kurilich. league teams swept their opening
round matches last week to dead-
Plan. No.2....... 42.5 26.5 ..616
lock for the lead with identical
Prod. Plan 42 27 .609 Meet Florida Georgia U. NextA 3-0 records.
Plan. No. 1 39 30 .565 SPORTSSCHEDULE
Airman Preparatory School No.
Cowling Shop 39 30 .565 very strong, nationally-ranked band of Presbyterian College 1, Aviation Electrician's Mate

Supply 37 32 .536 netmen swooped down on the confines of the Boone Park tennis School, Naval Air Weapons

, Electric Shop 36 33 .522 club Monday and blanked the Jax Navy Fliers in their opener, 90.WilsonCandland School and Aviation Ground Offi-
Metals Div. 35.5 33.5 .514 Tennis: Jax Navy vs. U. of Flo-

Machinists 34 35 .493 The collegians so completely (Jax), 7-5, 6-4; rida; March 17, Jax Navy vs. U. cers School all gained shutoutsin
their initial
Engineering 31 38 .449 dominated the outing that the and Potter-Jackson (Presby) of Georgia, March 18. Both mat- outings.
I League matches consist of three
Power Plant 30.5 38.5 .442 local nettcrs failed to garner a over Eldridge-Woods' (Jax), 6-1, ches are at 5th and Perry St.

Mast. & Fore. 29 40 .420 single set victory in the nine '6-1. courts; starting time 1300 on Sat- games each and standings are
: based on the number of
Emer. Rep. 28 41 .406 urday and 1000 on Sunday. games
The Fliers have full weekendof
matches. I a won and lost by each team. If a
Metals No. 2 24,5 44.5 .355 Golf: All-Station Mixed Two-
tennis activity this week fac-
team wins two of the three
Ground Chuck 18 51 .261 However, the Fliers gained ing Florida University at Boone i Ball Tourney, March 17-18; Jax gamesin
match its is
some consolation from the outstanding Navy vs. U. of Georgia, March 18. one standing scor-
Park and Uni- ed two wins and loss.
Saturday Georgia as one
strength of their oppo- Baseball: Jax Navy intra-squad

sition, which featured the play of versity on the same courts Sun- game, March 17 at Mason Field, Current standings of other
City Softball teams in the
after the
league
no less a personage than Allan day afternoon. starting time 1330.
Morris, quarterfinalist in the recent -- opening matchp are: Marine Air
Meetings OpenTo Det. 2-1 AK School 1-2
Masters Tennis tourney here ; ; Spe-

Navy ClubsA in Jacksonville. cial Services, 0-3; AO School, 0-3;

Administration, 0-3; and AN-P
Morris defeated Jax Navy's No.
series of meetings for bothmen's School No. Two, 0-3.
and women's night City 1 man, playing coach Leon Wilson W \SFLIERS' .
6-2, 6-1 and the Fliers'
Softball leagues will be held be- ;
75 For
second-seeded racket wielder, Compete
ginning tonight at the City Re-
Jack Candland, fared no better
creation Department, 311 West Blind Prizes
against the No. 2 man of the collegians Bogey
Duval Street, at 1930.
John Brownlow, who ap- The lucky number was "79"
The leagues are sponsored by pears to be a pretty fair netman in the weekly Blind Bogey golf
the Jacksonville Recreation Department -
himself. Brownlow downed Cand-
meet last Saturday on the Station -
and all Station units are land 6-1 60.
course, and a field of some
invited to enter teams. Team
en- Jax Navy made its best showingin 75 golfers turned out for the fun
try fee for the four month
seasonis
the afternoon's final match, a and prizes.
$50 and interested activitie'sshould
doubles affair which pitted Dick Nearly everyone got in on the ,
contact Chuch De-
Rogers, Macatee and Jim Shakespeare of fun, but only five linksters "made
partment athletic director at EL
Presbyterian against the locals' out" in the prize bracket. Each
4-8331.
Len Curtis and Hunter Bell. The golfer chose his own handicap,

The Jax Navy Crackerjax are Flier combination lost the match, .fired the 18 holes and then qualified -

definitely slated to enter the wo 6-3, 8-6, but put up the fiercest S for the post-tourney drawingif

men's league and were one of fight of the entire day. his score was between 70 and.
four teams already entered d
early Dick 80.
Other results: Macatee a
this week. (Presby) defeated George Woods The winners, their 18-hole totals -

Meeting dates and times are as (Jax), 6-1, 6-3; Gerry Potter and their handicaps includedl

follows: Women's league meeting, (Presby) def. Bell (Jax), 6-%, C. A. Boline, 109-30; R. II.
March 15 at 1930; Men's City and McCauley, 96-17 A. E. Dickson
6-4; Harvey Jackson (Presby) ; ,
Commercial Leagues,.March. 19 at 95-16 J. F. Kirklighter 87-8 andB.
def. Curtis (Jax), 6-0,6-1; Shake- ; ;
NET SQUAD Shown here shortly before their
1930 and Men's Metropolitan and -
; speare (Presby) def. Dave opening court match of the, season with Presbyterian College C. Hamilton, 92-13.
Industrial Leagues, Wednesday Schultz (Jax), 6-2, 6-2; John are the Jax Navy netmen who will be striving to better a fine t
March 21 at 1930. Watson (Presby) deft Jim Brown 14-5 mark set by l&t year's varsity squad. Front row (left to Jack: "How did you get so stupid -
right) the courimen are Woods, Jack Candland and Joe?"
Russian weather broadcast: (Jax), 60,63.Doubles ,Hunter Bell. The back row Includes left to right) Jimmy Brown, Joe: "Well, they offered me a
"Tomorrow will be That'san results included: Dave Schultz, Gordon Eldrldfe, playing: coach Leon Wilson and
sunny. good deal and I couldn't turn it
Kevin Ryan. The strong Presbyterian crew dropped the Fliers
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The Jax Navy Fliers were kayoed in the fifth round of

the All-Navy Eastern Basketball Tourney at Norfolk last

I Friday night by NTC Bainbridge; 9876. 1

It was the second straight tour

nament loss for the Jacksonville structed McCormick Sports Cen-

k iM capers who had lost the previous ter for several of the games in
n YaSy the latter rounds and attendancefor
eventual champions -
4, A evening to the
: the entire tourney was reportedly -
I from ComServLant by a resounding -
i 114-83 score. ServLant very good.

t went''on to knock off Bainbridgein The ServLant team, sporting

j.r the finals, 76-68, and rack up many fleet court stars, gained
,
; the all-Navy Eastern crown. stature in the tourney when it

The Fliers, who placed third in I dumped top-seeded Great Lakes,

the week-long double elimination 89-73, while Jacksonville was

,. ... .,... ....., .. ,,,.., ,, affair, started strong by winning 'whipping Severn River Naval
J W M a.o "ok' 4''r'" ''' .:" "' .'""", < II.: "" t'I't!":' <,,,,,. :,t'O'f'. ; ;m ,,t;; ;. :; Jt their first three games but were Command, 82-69, the same night.

DIAMOND PROSPECTS-Faur Jar Navy baseballers i await their turn In:the batting :;;as eliminated after dropping con- SERVLANT opened its 114-
the S baseball season rolls Into high rear this week. The quartet, comprised of (deft'to right) tests in the fourth and fifth
I Ray Hayes of VP-18, Andy Campbell of VF-171, Smoky Vanover of NAS, and Pete Pemberton of rounds. point barrage with a 62-48 lead at
VAII-I are among some 25 candidates practicing: daily for the 56 edition of the Filers. Coach 'halftime, then 6utscored the locals
Frank McCaffrey's men enjoy the same weather conditions as most of the major league clubs cur- CAPACITY CROWDS threaded 52-35 after the intermission. ..
rently ,training in Florida. ,their way into the recently\ con-
Center Melvin Roach, chosen to

the tournament All-Star team,
All Positions Declared
Open led the winners' scoring with '36

points while Guard Fred Wetzel

On Fliers, Baseball EditionWith paced Jax Navy with 22 points

most of its preliminary limbering-up exercises out of ServLant placed four men on

the way, the Jax Navy baseball team turned its attention to batting the All-Star quintet with Great

practice and some mound work this week. Lakes and Bainbridge each adding -
two more. Chosen from the
All positions on the team are
pointing turnout of Station per- I Service Force club were .noach,
still open, although several new- sonnel to the squad; he urges a Young, and Forwards John Stev-
comers and one third-year vete-
anyone interested in playing ball ens and Stan Patonski; Great
ran are currently working out
with the Fliers to either contact Lakes contributed Frank Ehmannand

for Frank the McCaffrey pitching slots.was absent Coach him at his office in Building 930, Mittmen Prep For 6ND Trials Bill loss, and Bainbridge

or come on out to Mason Field placed Center Jack Sherry and
from team workouts last week
for afternoon practice at 1630. Guard Stan Kernan.

ball while squad accompanying to Norfolk the so he's basket had I The squad particularly needs Slated At Memphis March 26Over Summaries for the Jax Navy-
pitcher or catcher material .at
Bainbridge bout
very little chance to place his :
this early stage, McCaffrey stres-
charges in particular positions. 1,400 pounds of muscled dynamite will hit the road for JAX NAVY
ses. He also reminds players
MCCAFFREY HAS been slightly whose activities are participating Memphis late this month when the -10-man Jacksonville Navy box- Player FG FT Tot.

puzzled to date by the disap- I in the intramural program that ing team heads for the Sixth Naval District ring tourney. McClure, f 8 4 20
Howard, t 3.4 10
their units will receive points toward I Boxing Officer Bill Lyons of
I fighters who appeared in the re- Jones, c 1 6 8
NA WS-l Holds the Ironman Trophy for NATTCenter Special Services will
cent Golden Gloves campaign and McGehee, c 4 2 10
their varsity play with the Fliers. Coach Bob Perkins
I accompany one of them, Middleweight Rudy Wetzel, g 10 2' 22
I THE 'FLIER COACH is tentatively and his group to the tourney be- Carson 4
Big Lead In Lara of Naval Air Weapons g. 1 9
planning an intra-squad I ginning March 26 and continuinguntil School, holds the title of Golden Brennan, g 2 0 4

I game for this Saturday afternoon March 29. Gloves Middleweight Open -

CenterBowlingThe at 1330 on the Mason Field diamond. -'I e champion of Florida. Totals 32 19 C3

District champions at Memphis' .
No. 1 team from Naval Air
Several prospects have showedup I will have a chance to show their, Fighting for Jax Navy this NTC BAINBRIDGE
School about to
Weapons was run
away and hide from the rest of well in the early drills. One leather-banging prowess in the year will be 112-pounder, Pfc. Player FG FT Tot

the NATTCenter Intramural of these is Pete Pemberton of I all-Navy Eastern tournament and Dan Miura of AO-A School; Sal Rice, f 1 0 2

this week after VAH-1 who has some previous eventually the all-Navy boxing Franco, AT3, of VA-45, 118 Patonski, f 3 2' 8
Bowling
boosting its loop lead to a cool 13 experience with several Class "D" I meet being held this year in the I pounds; Rip Collins of Cecil Stevens, f 5 0 10

second AK and Class "C" ballclubs; anotheris First Naval District. I Field, SK2, 139 pounds; and Pfc. Paff, f 7 6 20
games over place
School. VC-62 hurler Jim Boroff who Most of the Jax Navy crew areMized I John Williams of AN-P School Roach, c 15 6 36

has been chunking away to bat- ;> who will be fighting in the 165- Dawson, c 1 0 2
The league-leaders upped their I hitters all week and class.Jacksonville.
ting-cage Circuit pound Hightower, g 7 3 17
margin from 11 games by blasting working easily in his opening -Bowling will also be repre- Oncken, g 8 3 19

out a 4.0 victory over Administration stints. Planned For Civilians : sented by two fighters in each of -
to run their season's record Frank Janku- the 132 147 and 156 categories
pound
Third-year man ,Totals 47 20 114
to 46 wins and only two set- nis, the only returning mound- Plans were formulated this Private Roger Roberts of .

backs. : man for Jacksonville this year, week for a Mixed-Bowling Lea-- AN-P School and Floyd Dawkins,

THE CIRCUITS top bowler, I has also been taking his turn on gue for Naval Air Station civilian AA, of AE-A School will both Center S'Ballers

Tom Barger turned in his usual I the hill this week. personnel and their dependents to fight in the 132 class; Lara and

fine performance, a 575 set which The Fliers open the season on be held for 16 weeks this Sum- Marciano (What's In a Name?)

included a 224 game, to lead the March 28 with the University of mer. Malonza, SA, of 0 & R are both Await Jax City

winners; I Kentucky and then play five road Beginning May 24, the leagueis 147-pounders; and the 156-pound

His team-mates, Vince Conleyand : games in the following six days open to all Station civilians, bracket finds both Fleet Logis- League OpeningBehind

Harry Beaumont, also spar- i before returning home for a two- regardless of experience, and beginners tics' John Baxley and AN-P

kled in the match by slapping I week layoff. are especially welcomed. School's Joe Valasco, PFC. the able coaching of

down respective totals of 532 and Frank Fosbenncr and nightly

517 pins to send the team seriesto : workouts on King Hall field, the '

a respectable 2,548. Admin's FairJax VA-172 Bowlers Dominate Mainside Play I NATTCenter softball team is

Tiny Wilhorn posted a 210 game getting into shape for the fast

and a 576 set, although his club ,I I approaching Jax City league season -
was forced to withdraw from the ,All but two of the Mainside as well, compiling a 33-3 recordin of the week was an affair be- .
Bowling League's 25 teams found nine matches. The two teams tween Communications and VW-
league. of last
themselves squarely behind the have practically doubled their 4, won by the Comm Shack boys, Two year's veterans,
MEANWIIILE, second place remained catcher Chuck Pless and out-
bakelite bowling ball this week, leads. over their respective divi- 40. The contest was much closer
a wide-open affair with fielder Buck Allen
arc returningto
confronted by a problem that in- sions in the past two weeks. than the final score indicated
AK School having a one game bolster the NATTCentcr crew.
creases in complexity each week. This week, ComFairJax took with the first game ending in an
edge over AO School and a four- Some
The two teams who are not wor- four points from Personnel with 868-8C8 tie and the final count sparkling newcomers are
point, two lead over chal- available too to the
game give club
a
rying are, of course, the subjectof Len Curtis rolling a 571, then lost ending in a difference of only 25
lenging ANP-1.
look. Ne4on
the league's problem: The Am- one,of its few points of the year pins. One of the loop's best bowl new Dave pitcher,
The Airman their
Preps helped catcher Henry Yazinka outfielder
erican division's ComFairJax en- in a 3-1 win over FAW-11. er's, Clarence Biggerstaff, slashed ; -
cause by taking four off Art Dornath and
games try and VA-172's Bluebolts in the I The Bluebolts went 8 for 8 dur- out with a 555 set to lead the win- Buddy South-
AGO School with Fred lead-
Daly wick
have looked
shortstop, especially -
National division. Both teams ing the week with two 4-0 wins ners and was assisted by Bill
ing the way with a 223 anda in
game recent
good
practices,
over VP-16 and VF-43. Eugene Thomas who scored a 510 set anda
have 14-point, seven game mar-
:505> set. Francis Greenwood and while the team expects to pick
their respective divi- Sombo and Steve Dudukovich led 200 game. up
gins over
Cliff tarll chipped in with 519
and 513 sets respectively while sions at the present time, and it the first-place club in both matches Three VW-4 men broke over some newcomer needed Joe hitting power from

Charles DeMarco topped AGO seems to be a race to see who can rolling respective totals of the 500 mark in the same match Thornton.

with a 532. compile the best record on an interdivisIon 573 and 561 against VF-43 and 504 and a fourth narrowly missed the Navy or Marine personnel Interested

basis. and 561 against the PatRon. Jim selected circle. Tom Ferencak's in trying out for the

A great many people, like cats, THE FLEET AIR team has lost Poteat recorded ,a 540 in the 524, Mike Eaton's 535 and a 530 squad should contact Coach Fos-

lick themselves with l their only three points in a possible 40; match with VF-43. by Stan Kush stood out for the benner at the evening practiceon

tongues. the Bluebolts have done almost ONE OF THE BEST matches losers. King Field at 1630.I .





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NEWSMEN PASS THROUGH ON WAY TO GITMO Two planes, carrying; a host of top press, radio>> and TV newsmen, plus an assortment of Industrial rep-
resentatives, stopped briefly at NAS lax last Sunday while enroute to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. At Guantanamo the group was invited by the Navy to witness the
first public demonstration of Jet plane operations aboard the super aircraft carrier, USS Forrestal. First panel on left Includes left to right) Ralph Morse,
,, Life Magazine photographer; Comdr. Cowart; Stuart Stalesmlth, North American Aviation; Lt. Boston; Walter Gong, German Press; Aubrey Thomas, Applied
Physics Lab; Louis Devorche, French News Agency; Floris Cante, Netherlands News; Ralph Harris, Reuters News Agency; Don Wilson, Life; Nicolas Chetelaln,
Figaro; Bob Wilson, Douglas Aircraft; Allen Smythe, free lancer; Henry Simmons, American Aviation Magazine; Warren Kennett, Newark News; Bill Navy
Times;;John Innes, Chance Vought Aircraft; Douglas Kennedy, True Magazine. Right panel (left to right) shows Robert Hartmann. Los Angeles Times; Robed Gins-
1- burgh, U. S. News & World Report; Hanson Baldwin, New York Times; Edward O'Brien, St. Louis Globe Democrat; Vernon Louvlere, Bascom Timmons;' John
\ McCullaugh Philadelphia Bulletin; Chester Potter, Pittsburgh Press; Etton Fay, Associated Press; John Treen, Detroit News; and Mark Watson, Baltimore Sun.
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\ WEEKEND TIDE Hal Band To -
HIGH LOW Mcintyre's Play Defense To Look

A.M. P.M. AM. P.M. -
Into Drive To
Fri. 10:30: 10:57: 4:16: 4:25: For Crew's Dance March 21One

.. Sat. 11:18: 11:50: 5.06: 5:16: Cut Leave PayIn
Sun. 12:13: 6:04: 6:15: of the top favorites in the NOTE
popular dance band field, Hal McIntyre Mclntots. a leave' pay reduction
Down through the history of drive, the Defense Department
and his orchestra will play The CPO Club Mess will hold a
for an enlisted men's dance Wed- the music ,business it has been will investigate the Armed dinner-dance celebration on St.Patrick's .

,I mtmmIFOR nesday, March 21 at Mainside Au. proved that the bands which con- Services' programs to encour- Day, March 17. A real
trol the college dates age members to take maxi-
ditorium, Building 3. prom are
Irish): corned beef and cabbage
Dancing will begin at 2000. the bands with the best chanceto mum amount of leave whilein
dinner will be served from 2000
RENT click. One of the foremost service so that lump sum
The only leader of major ranking until 2100, followed by dancingto
Several vacancies exist in the to have gone overseas for prom favorites today is McIntyre. terminal leave outlays may be an orchestra.

Title VIII, Housing'Development usa to entertain the GI's at the Ever 'since McIntyre left Mil reduced.
\ at Magnolia Springs located on front, Mcintyre got his start first ler starFhis own group, campus Defense has 'ordered each' Hats and pipes will 'be distrib

\ Route 17, approximately a 20- with Benny Goodman and then dates have been in abund- service to submit a quarterly uted. Casual green attire will be :
minute drive from the Naval Air with Glenn Miller. ance. He is ranked with the great terminal leave payment reportto optional: Bits of green for the ladies -

.Station. For further information The band features lovely vocalist est college favorites of all time. 'show the amount.of money and green ties for the men
i contact the NAS Housing Office, Jeanne McManus and The Hal's musical ideas. fit in with paid out for each grade duringthe in honor of St. Pat can be worn.

f Bldg. 1050, Ext. 553. the desires of,the younger set. period.:The first quarterly Reservations can be obtained by
t 3 bdrm. turn. hse. Avail. March o reports will be for the period calling at the CPO Club.

31. 5157 Cain Lane. EV 80147. NAVY WIVESCORNER ; A real optimist: The man who Jan. 1-March 31, and will be + .1

2 rm. furn. apt. $69, 3 rm.turn. I Jumped off the top of a skyscraper submitted to the Assistant Sec- Air News
G hse. $69. EV 8-0872. Ches- and as he whizzed past the retary of Defense (comptroller
brough. said "Well within 60 days after the (Continued from Page 1)
A special party was held March I 28th floor, : so far, so ) .
.4 rm. unfurn. apt. $75. 3684 Head- gam"r end of each quarter. month period. For the purpose of
6 i, in honor of Ruth Daniels, president -
i rick St., Avondale. EV 9-0766. :Earlier the Defense Depart- judging, papers are divided into
of Jax 86 and her husband
,
want to have a pleasant evening'sentertainment
Seymour. ment asked the services for five groups for overseas and state-
Bob. Ruth was presented with a
4 rm. furn. upper apt. $40. 542 Phyllis Blessinger, total terminal leave pay fig- side letterpress, photo-offset,
Oak St. Fleet. gift as a token of appreciation for who is in charge, announced there ures for fiscal 1954 and 1955 mimeograph, direct multilith and

2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Hamiltonand her service while in office. The will be a door prize and table and for the first half of fiscal magazine. The Air News awardwas
Marquette. EV 8-4956. Daniels are leaving for duty .in prizes, also refreshments will be 1956. made for letterpress state-
California.An .
Mauser. available.A side. All Service publications,
3 rm. furn. apt. 528 Clinton Dr., election was held at the correction is made on the i Navy, Air Force, Army and Marine -
Orange Pk CO 4-9234. Davis. regular business meeting of Jax hours that the Hospital Nurseryis Corps, are eligible for the
2 2rm. furn apts. 2513 HerschelSt. 86, Wednesday, March 7. Elected open. The time is from 0800 till DependentsContinued award.
Varnadoe. were Ruth Reese, president; Shirley 1500. ( from Page 1)
The Jax Air News has won five
3 rm. furn. apt. 4459 Collins Rd White, vice-president, and the Social Security Act in 1937, Armed Forces Press Awards in

5750. CO 44551. Abbott. Bobbie Mason., treasurer.. 1 civilians began to catch up on six years.
2 bdrm. gar. apt. 1431 Dancy St. benefits and gradually went
Pellicer. Five new members were wel- ahead. The Certificate reads: "The

3 bdrm. hse. Avail. April 15. 6115 comed into the club: Pat Raybon, is Armed Forces Press Service has
Commodore Dr., Venetia Terrace Louise Schears, Margaret Stivers, "TilE $53,800,000 which ex-for selected this newspaper for tho
June Quade and Mary Ann Pes- pected to cover medical care of Defense
EL 6-4050. Rodgers. I muchto Department Newspaper
3 rm. furn. apt. EV 8-1760 (between sia. Welcome aboard also to Betty wives and children will do Award as a positive factor in
1200-1300). Ballentine. Patneaude, a transfer from Mem- attract and hold servicemen promoting efficiency, welfare and

4 turn. $75. 5017 110th.St. Kilday declared. "This way we general morale of personnel
rm. apt. phis.An
invitation Jax and all assure the man that if he is sent
., Ortega Farms. On the wa- to 86 : his wife through its excellence of con-
terfront. EV 7-5457. Smith. who are interested has been received to Germany or Japan tent, news interest and effectiveness -
and children at home are taken '
to attend the
a meeting of design.
3 rm. furn. apt. Bath. $50. 2776
Lydia St. Meilan. evening of March 12, for the pur- ;4' rt'1 PTe 64 care of in sickness and confine-" I .
a ment at cost of only $25.
of forming a Navy Wives ; 'Y a
pose
2 bdrm. furn. hse. 3719 May-
flower, Murray Hill. EV 8-9896. Club at Green. Cove. Springs. That the serviceman might be Adm. Wright,
Cloud. placed in a "little better position
Flans were made for a Card than industry" would inspire himto CincLantFlt
3 rm. hse. 5048 Astral St., Murray
Hill. PO 4-0549. Kilhn. Party to be held March 23, at stay in the service was the ,

3 rm. furn. apt. 2918 Cherokee 1930 in the Club House, Dewey opinion of the bill's sponsor, who Visits JaxAdmiral
Ave., Ortega. EV 8-1870 (after Park. Admission will be $1.00 a pointed out that the ReenlistmentBonus
1800)), Black. couple. There will be bridge, canasta bill and the Career Incen Jerauld Wright, Com-

4 rm. hse. 5929 Seaboard Ave pinochle, bunco, and you St 4 S.+ tive Act had resulted in the increase mander-in-Chief, U. S. Atlantic ..

EV 9-4742. Alvis. can even bring your scrabble of an all-over: service re- Fleet, met with top Naval officials

3 rm. apt. 2584 College St. EV. 8- : board. This is open to all who enlistment rate from 11.3 to 25.2 here yesterday in a brief

7824. Powell. 2 bdrm. hse. 6226 Pennant Dr. W., W percent. conference to discuss various
Will share 2 bdrm. apt. with busIness Venetla Terrace. EV 7-4959. h Quoting the frightening resig- Naval topics dealing with opera-
girl. River front. 3851 Or- Blessinger. nation rate of doctors and den- tions and training in this area.

tega Blvd. EV 7-7487 ((0900- MISCELLANEOUSWanted Mr= tists, Kilday emphasized that the The admiral -arrived here by

1500)). Peggy Britt. driver to drive my car incentive bill would mean less of plane from his headquarters at

.. FOR SALE to San Francisco, Long Beach, these would be taken by draft, Norfolk, Va. where he also heads
2 bdrm. hse. Low equity. $55 mo. or San Diego, Calif in the firstor which is considered unfortunate the post of Supreme Allied Commander I

5226 Anchor-Ave., Venetia Ter- second .week of April. Will W-lu'.a--- necessity by many Congressmen. Atlantic Fleet.
race. EV 77307. Grewe. pay all expenses. EV 92080. Following his conference with

2 bdrm. hse Gar. $49.50 mo. 5516 Foley. NAVY'S !\IARCIA-Trlm, 18- WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday Rear Adm. Delbert S% Cornwell,
Seaboard Ave. EV 41684. Ker- Ride wanted from Jax to Norfolkor year-old Marcia Valibus has Commander Fleet Air Jackson-
nen. anywhere near the vicinity been chosen "Miss Naval Aviation Cool and cloudy with ville, Rear Adm. Frank T. Ward,
of 1956" at Miami Beach
2 bdrm. hse. 6248 W. Pennant Dr. 101 Church St. EL 58785. convention of naval aviation rain. Commander Carrier Division
EV 75779.. Cornelius. Woodhouse. procurement officers. Delicately Saturday Continued cloudy Two, and other high-ranking offi-

2 bdrm. fume C. B. hse. Equity, Wanted riders to Los Angeles, holding a model Navy Cougar, with showers. cers, he made a helicopter tour

$50 mo. 6021 Sabre Dr., Venetia Calif on'April 1. Ext. 559. Wor- Marcia and'a career makes in both naval aviation Sunday Warmer and partly of NAS Jacksonville, NAS Cecil
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Terrace. EV 41495. Camfield. ster. appear quite ,attractive. cloudy. Field and NAAS Mayport.


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