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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: January 31, 1957
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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What To Do? How Do We Attack Them ..

I Pest Controlmen Confer On Preventive TacticsMore I Jl1I .

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: than 40 medical and control coming second as a pure tors, the offending insects trans- I r 4
public works representativesfrom ly emergency measure. mit infection to humans by Inoculation ,

Naval bases within the LCDR.. FRANCIS R. DuCha- (biting) .or contamination. -

Sixth Naval District regis- nois, officer-in-charge of the Typhus fever, anthrax, malaria

tered in the Disease Vector Center, followed with an enlightening encephalitis, carried: by NI'k w
Control Center Monday morning discussion of the diseases fleas and mosquitoes; conjunctivitis -
for the 7th annual Pest presently occurring in the and trachoma, carried by S

and Vector Prevention and District that are carried by insects gnats; typhoid fever carried by 6 r
Control Conference. or rodents, with referencealso roaches; and numerous other : r (
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Outlining the objectives of the to diseases that occurred in ailments borne by the domestic A

conference, Dr. C. S. Harris, the area in times past and have filth fly, parakeets and parrots,
special assistant for pest control, now, thanks to preventive tactics, and lice, are added to infections a
District Public Works Office, been obliterated. transmitted by rats and mice. t't'h

Charleston, S. C., stressed prevention Starting with a favorable EVEN THOUGH little is heard S4 0 'S :

as the prime factor, with climate for the breeding of vecSHARPSHOOTER (Please turn to Pare 5, Col. 4))

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VOL-14 No. 43 U' S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. !5l January 1957

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TERMITE CONTROL Floyd'Linder (left, head pest control
Pvt. Jackson operator at NAS Jax, and Ronald Hunt, HA, of DVCCenter, dem
onstrate the drilling and treatment of concrete slabs for sub
terranean termite control. Chlordane is forced through holes
Tops Marines drilled about 18 Inches apart to reach the Infested wood beneath.
The termites penetrate the wood through expansion joints in the

In FiringPvt. concrete.


Leonard Jackson missed Revision Of Military
qualifying as an Expert with the :
M-l rifle by one .point to top
Marine Barracks personnel in the
/ recent Marine annual qualifying LoomsDeclaring
rounds. Pay System

With a high score of 21D, Jack-
xr son came in first for this year's that the present compensation practices of
tt.Ma"'YY1t' enlisted personnel firing and the Armed Forces are "so clearly" out of step and inadequate

made his highest score in five. that they cah be called a "major impediment to natural security
years in the Marine Corps. ," the Cordiner Committee's proposals, just released by

A native of Columbia, S.C., the Defense, cite four objectives planned to encourage personnel .
22-year-old Marine entered the to'stay in service ana to maintain a quality force. 4

Corps in 1952 and served with The four objectives are statedas the present compensation systemto

the First Division in Korea: from ((1)) relief of the "tight" pay I provide rewards for. merit and
Sept. 1954 to Feb. 1955.
performance instead of
structures of both offi er and en- longevity;
Jackson, who recently signed
listed personnel; ((2)) revision of ((3) placement of career pay
over for another hitch, receivedthe grades on a competitive basis
Good Conduct Medal on Jan. with industry; and ((4)) establish-

22.All Movie Tickets Can Be ment of "workable" proceduresto

_. _. om ___.___.._ _. .m_ n .. F7 on', n'M,_.. .. .. 0 0 ..._.. enlisted Marine personnel guarantee quality personnelfor
Pvt. Leonard Jackson, shown in kneelIn are required to fire the M-l for Purchased In Advance the Armed Forces.
; position with his M-l, posted high score of 219 out of a pos score annually. Some 144 Ma- Advance movie tickets are THE PLAN, SIIAPED to be-
sible 250 to Qualify as sharpshooter and pace personnel of Marine rines from NAS Jax and Sanfordgo now on sale at the NAS Cus
Barracks in their annual qualifications. lie missed expert by one to Camp Blanding in Increments todian's Office, Building 930. come completely effective over a
four year period, would raise the
and fire for This plan will allow
qualifyingscores. new
pay of top ranking generals and
shot.Hike enlisted personnel to buy tick- admirals, but would cut the base
In Fuel. Oil Costs t ets ahead and thus avoid
pay of lower ranking officers.
WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday waiting in line. Due to the
Stressing that higher ranking
with rain. need for attendance recordson officers now earn only about half
Cloudy
Hits Station each tickets will be
BudgetThe day,
Saturday Partly cloudy and of what they did 45 years ago,
collected and counted daily,
cooler. while the pay of enlisted men
boxes at the
using placed
Suez Canal fracas, which resulted in blocking the East-West Sunday Partly cloudy and theaters for this purpose. has advanced nearly 800 percent
waterway and so cutting off the world's oil supplies to a dangerous cooler. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)

point, is hitting the Naval Air Station right where it hurts-in the .. .. .
.v v. .w. :
annual budget.

Caught'in a double squeeze by jj5"j5
used in the current six months
advancing oil prices, which affect
not only the cost of fuel oil but period.In .
the cost of electric power gener the same'way the Station's

ated by the oil, a $66,000 deficit electric power, purchased from ; d

will be incurred in the current the City of Jacksonville which is 9 14 '3i' a3a
)ha
period between Jan. 1 and June <
also incurring deficits caused by ;
30, Public Works officials reveal.
the increased oil costs, has ad j4 It:1kc
TilE STATION USES some :
vanced in price, creating a fur- 4.
5,000,000 gallons of Bunker "C" ,
ther deficit to the Station of $36-
fuel oil (Grade 6) every year, to
000. The estimated cost for powerin
keep the power plant boilers generating
the current six months periodwas
the steam, hot water and
$289,000, now upped to
compressed air required by all $325,000. k4.j.!, Yt v
areas except that of the Naval
Hospital. Until May, 1956, the THE DIFFERENCE must be
Navy price remained fairly con- assumed by the Station due to a
stant at 5 cents a gallon. Then it fuel oil factor clause within the
advanced to 6 cents which would contract with the City of Jack- J 15.i IM.o '>
have put the Station in the red. sonville. The clause allows increases N

had not the Bureau of Aeronautics or decreases in electric .,. ;,,
picked up the tab to offset it. bills as the cost of fuel oil to the

NOW DUE TO THE vast drainson city advances or declines. r

U. S. oil supplies by the free Thus the blocking of the Suez ir:_ :
nations cut off from Middle East Canal reaches the pursestrings of

oil sources by the blocked canal every American citizen. Consid EMPLOYEES' COUNCIL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The newly elected members of the Boardof
and destroyed pipelines, the price ering that the annual cost increase Directors of the Employees' Council of the Station convene for the first meeting. Seated (left to
has gone up to 7.2 cents a gallon. of $132,000 to NAS Jacksonville right) are Dorothy Farady, 0 & R, secretary; and Gordon King, Supply, treasurer. Standing (left
This means a $30,000 advancein is only one small affectof to right) Bryan Cornwall, 0 & R; Joseph Hulbcrt, Public Works; James Wood, 0 te It, outgoing
president Edwin Robinson, 0 & R, and Bertha Absent
; new president; Mellman, retiring treasurer.
cost the esti the situation it will be
over budgeted no from the photo are Ken McDuffle, Supply; Thomas Cowan, PubUc Works; and William Harden and
mate of $188,000 for fuel oil to be email amount. I Evelyn Winney, >Miscellaneous Group.I .





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VA-172. VFP-62, Fasron 109, VF-22, VPS, VA-175 Report -

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Scouting Jax Area Squadrons

Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. Florida
NASlaeb.am. VA-116 cr AA II. D. Provost, AA; R. P. nent possession has
Capt. William S. Ilarrli Commanding Officer r ; a handsome
Cumdr. Robert U. Smith .._____.-__. Executive Officer The squadron congratulates Smith, AN; V. R. Kurgen AN; C. display case, thanks to the
Air "ae.\'lU. Willaford ATC on his'' cab.
t Wayne ,
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Corn ell _. Commander D. Karston PN3; G. C. Scafella inet making hobby of
Capt. S. S. Scarcy, Jr. _.. Chief of Stall recent promotion to the ranks of George
Fleet AN; V. R. McManus, AD2; C. W. Harris, AMHC. It has
Air Kleve
Wing the "hard-hat. He been
Capt. Bowen F. McLeod .?__. Commander was pro- Reed; AD2, W. II. Gallant, AE1; mounted on a wall in the
Comdr. T. S. WhiteJL. ....._ Chief Staff Officer moted effective Jan. 16. north.
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Naval Air' Technical Training Center T. F. McGuckin, ADI; J. A. Hale east corner of the hangar
Capt. Charles I* Moore, Jr. __ Commanding Officer James Lee AD2 ADJAN above directly
Two the
Comdr. Wilfred E. Kleshman __ __EJcccutlve Officer men, AN; J. M. McMillin ; main trophy cast-,
Natal HoiplUl and James Osborne SD2, re- P. D. Long, ADJAA; G. A. Jam- which incidentally also
Capt. Benjamin N. AM .--........_- Commanding Officer was constructed
Capt. Marcy. :bhupp:; -.-....,.,........ Executive Officer cently shipped over for six more ros, AE3; W. A. Sheuler AOC; R. by Chief Harris.
NAItTU each. Raus AE3 H. E. Menalley ADC r. *
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding Officer years ; ;
Comdr. William U hardy Executive Officer The squadron said goodbye re- : R. R. Brown, AN; R. Werkmer- Fasron 109

The JAX AIR NEWS II published at the U. S. Naval Air Station. cently to three pilots as they left ster AM2; and J. P. Terrasi, SN. FASRON 109 welcomes
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with appropriated fundsat following Ult.
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-35 Kev. for new duty. Those transferredare men aboard: Av
Nov. 1M5.! Copies are distributed free of charge: at the Naval Air Station, the Ltjg( ) Donald Mairose, to VFP-C2 Sheets TMC; R. H. Muiphv
Naval }
Air Technical
Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the
.. U. a. Naval Hospital. VF-173; Ltjg( ) R. W. Ewing and LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHIC ADC; J. C. Forbes AMI; J. S

Service Information Managing Offleer Editor!: .--..Andrew......._.......II...,...I.t. Dave Beeslcy Ltjg( ) II B. Giedzinski, to VF- Squadron 62 is represented by Kordek, AMI.. 's. W. Shive AMI,
I'laney
Staff Reporters Kathl 'vn'Sutton; Jack Holmes Fill, ; John Isbell. SA; 22. two detachments aboard the USS R. C. Watts AD2; J. D. DaiKc) .
Ben Sylar SA; I>>ug Blowers. AA.
The JAX AIR NEWS: Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service, The welcome mat is out for Forrestal and the USS Lake AD3; H. V. Maxwell, III, At>;3,
AFPS material appearing I In this publication may not be reprinted without Champlain respectively. Both E. D. Thompson, AMSAN
the written permission I .; of Armed Forces Tress Service. Republication of other several new men who reported ; R c
matter except by service publications 1s prohibited without permission of ships steamed out of Mayport Cutrone, AN; C. Z. HencMej
Editor: SAX AIR NEWS aboard recently. Among them are
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension M. J. Vanacore AN A. L. DackRETIRING last week to relieve the USS AN; J. W. Jocobs. AN: R T.
8346, 216 and 8164. ;
Randolph and the USS Coral Jones Jr., AN; R. H. Lanning;

..'' ... ""':m-.:""""' ,Xf.' Sea in the Mediterranean. De- AN; J. H. Shapiro', AN; C, p

.., "'::.' y t1 < 1: tachment 34 on the Champlain is Thompson AN; S. D. Jarman

ImmJThursday 't.;,>.. % ,, headed by Lcdr. Charles Hooper ATAN; R. A. Eggiman, ATAN,

: 1: t : ; '"t .*;J. well-known adventurer and G. Smith, ATAN; R. F. Callier
,
.
Jan. 31 ,," '. ,. 1, pioneer in the development of AN; R. O. Carpenter, ATAN; W
Mainside < : underwater photography. Aboard D. Ogle, AN E. Barrett
;
Mister Cory (color A. ". ., : AN; H
drama) with Tony Curtis and '- ..:.'...:it, the Forrestal Detachment 42 is R. Thompson AN.

Martha Hycr. Also Pixie Picnic. ;- '- headed by Lcdr. Arthur Hacker. Eight of 11 men who took ad

NATTCenter Battle Hymn The squadron recently receiveda vancement in rating exams in

(color drama) with Rock Hud- S letter from the Duval County November are to be rated Feb

son and Martha flyer Also family Welfare Agency express- 16. They are: E. G. Meyer, AEAN

Against The Stream. ,, k x ing appreciation to all hands for to AE3; E. J. Herman, AN to

Hospital Bandido (color their efforts in bringing Christ- I AE3; J. L. Jernigan AEAN to

western) / with Robert Mitchumand mas to underprivileged families. AE3; E. T. McFawn, AEAN to

Ursula Theiss., The facilities of VFP-62 will AE3; G. T. Hayes, AN to AT3

Friday, Feb. again be called upon to obtain J. S. Petersen, ATAN to AT3; R

Mainside Best Things In D ; motion picture footage of mirror D. Wolff AN to AT3; R. E

Life Are Free (color musical) .. landings for a projected trainingfilm Woodberry AN.to PR3.
w
with Dan Dailey and SJieree of the mirror landing sys-

North. Also A Thoroughbred I* tem. Film is expected to be shot VF-22
Bora next month. IN THE MIDST of prepara

NATTCenter Mister Cory Vincent Cipolla, AEC and lions for a month's deploymentto

(color drama) with Tony Curtis James Daughtry ATC, were initiated Key West, the Cavaliers of

and' Martha Hyer. Also Pixie at the Chief's Club after i VF-22 took time out this weekto

Picnic. receiving notification from Bu- play host to some of our civilian
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Hospital Battle Hymn (color Comdr. Clif- Pers to don the CPO helmet.Lt. friends. On Saturday, the
squadron welcomed
drama) with Rock Hudson and Two OfficersTo ford Lawson CI ttr) of Medical, Raymond DePaul and Dr. six girl
Key mariner scouts and 35 cub
and Comdr. Rupert> of scouts
Martha Hyer. Also Against The Phillips Elbert Welch both have been selected -
OAR. both of whom are retiring who were in the process of touring
Stream. Retire After today, talk over their for Lcdr. by Alnav 17, the station.
Saturday,Feb. 2 plans for retirement Comdr. bringing the total in the squadron -
Mainside Three Stripes In Lawson closes' his career after to 18. Six ensign pinned on The squadron viewed.with regret

The Sun (comedy drama) with [ 29 22 YearsTwo 29 in 22.years, while Phillips has put JG bars this month. They Lt.jg's this week the departure of
some of our finest Cavaliers
( ) John
Aldo Ray and Phil Carey. Also Henessey, Joseph
Flying Mallets.NATTCenter. Commanders retire today the third Marine division. Malec, George Rogers, Henry Transferred were leading thief
after a combined total of more North Roger Johnson and Samson Dennis M. Ross ADC; John Du-
Best Things In than 50 years active duty. lie holds a bachelor of Commercial Mikitarian. dek, A02; Wesley Sizemore,
Life Are Free (color musical
)
Science degree from ADI; and Thomas Long, AN.
with Dan Dailey and Sheree Comdr. Rupert Dale Phillips Southeastern Personnel reports that to date
North. Also A Thoroughbred Is and Comdr Clifford Ralph Lawson University, Wash- the squadron on board count Chester Wyman has taken over

Born. will retire from active dutyat ington, D. C. numbers over 600 officers and the duties of leading chief.

Hospital Mister Cory (color NAS Jax with 51 years serv- Comdr. Lawson at the time of enlisted men and the number On the arrival ledger, welcome

drama) with Tony Curtis and ice behind them. his retirement was the Medical continues to grow. aboard to Carl Harsin,

Martha Hyer. Also Pixie Picnic. Comdr. Phillips production Administration Officer and the The Ironman Trophy, recently AMHAA; Donald Tantillo, AA;,

Coming next week: Zarak, ,manager at Overhaul and Re- Sanitation Officer at NAS. i awarded to VFP-62 for perma- Burton Skinner AN; Edward

Diane Solid Gold Cadillac Gun pair Department has 22 years Douville Jr., AN; William
active duty behind him. He en- gan, AN; Raymond Means, :
Brothers Towards the Unknown
CROSSWORD
tered the Navy in July 1929 and PUZZLE and James L. Jones AA.
Those Wilder Years and Captain ACROII ini1 u I IVV'I' .
Blood. served until May 1935. He was I? a t. 10 I' *

commissioned in 1937 in the I-stam* coin VP-5
Kiddie Matinee, Feb. 2 4iecres It& IJ ';
Naval Reserve and went on LAST WEEK PATROL
Hansel and Gretel and Teachers tPotm'l
active duty in April 1941. aubctanct / "141 ron 5 underwent Fleet Air
Are People. 'l/ 'l/
Mainside 1900-2000; Satur- A NATIVE OF Calhoun Coun- It-Kind of ; 11 ,ZI. W 1t 2t ll's annual
ty, Mich., Phillips'was graduated II-pntumonl"h; V.h: sonnel inspection. The
day Sundays and 1400- -
Holidays
1800-2000. from Rensselaer Polytechnic In- I IS--Oroup number as /'l.// +.. AI can be proud of the )

stitute, Troy N. Y. An II-Kwnan road one of the highest ever
electronics
11"
NATTCenter 1800-2000; Saturday I -Brother 01 "I. )41' 3' 'l'/.I
engineer, he was employed by Odin "/. the inspection. The grade
1800-2000., Sunday, Holidays 1400- Eastern Air Lines in Miami, Fla., tOWorldorjaiiltatlcn 35 ,Joi t'I 115 ,. one of the highest ever

before entering the Navy for the Unit.) 47 J 'l'.I" by FAW-11.
Hospital 1900 Only. 11-DemonaDanUh 10
I second time.COMDR. laland., / 't'.h f, The semi-annual -

Personnel InvitedTo LAWSON, a native of X X4(:Conceive e1 V/r//11 't'l competitive exams coming

Laurens County, S. C., enteredthe M-WHiy-Tidingsproperty saying 'S if 'l/ e1 .0 : next month have many of

Valentine Dance Navy in February 1928 and 32-Hold on ... 'l/ 'lh men in the squadron burning 1)I

All military personnel are cordially has served continuously since 3s-Launt 1 ( m 10 5/. // 11 it midnight oil. The squadron
i tote
invited to the Valentine that time. He was commissionedon 34-Lake II in $II .s s.. n 7"tC 32 men bucking for chiefs

dance sponsored by the Young June 1942 while attached to : -Mac Nevada* for first class 30 for '
People's league of the Jacksonville :37-OratultlM st I 1o I.. I class and 65 for third class.
t$Tounc fcorae
Jewish Center. The dance Sparks Honor Man 40-Suttl: subject s.... .w r...___r The squadron welcomes
. will be held at the Jewish Center At Ordnance 41-sew Franklin Erickson AE2;
School
3rd and Silver Sts. on February 13-Coll1e ii.tCl'U'j"1; J>-Pcmal sheep 42-Monllaks Lowe Jr., AMAN; Halton

9 at 2130. Thomas Sparks, AOANU) was .44-)) erlsss dlalu DOWN, !II-Spool'S-F.t1t'f1rt, rr) 4{-Southern ADZ; 'John Sheppard, ;

Dancing will be to the musicof the honor student in last week's 41-Symbol for I-Aleutlall J*-Sernwnhe -blackbird Manned. James Wade AE3; Harold
orchestra and there will be graduating class from Aviation rt-Hrll'f'
an ralcluraSt br grain sir' ?-Prlaoncompartment man, AE1; Timothy Abbott,
a floor show and door prizes. The Ordnancemen School Class A at tt-cblnt..Foundatlon. mils tSrsars .. )Iore .'- In "ilia and Maurice Martin, AE1.
:
admission will be $1.50 stag and the Naval Air Technical Training 'J-POt&ulIlM t-llllr"I. 17 h princess ..-'f eadowmonkey .
-Heraldry
i $2 drag. Center.I &t-n.a.b'nitrate O-Nfl* fI' acate' grafted ] $II-'al'l'K'hh
-Wadln. bird II'"Small; VA-175
I For further information) one Sparks of 1i4-.n.r. I-HoulebQW rugs *-Afternoon
Duluth Minn., joinedthe '51-0\1140', .rh It-W.lk pit 2h'-f""lnlf out Tart ONE OF THE DEVIL'S
may contact Joan- Sachs at EX Navy in March 1956 and has f'Ot. -PrtJOftItIon I15-RnrlaIUn"1t-'flnJullctlOI\ I"-Prena" : 40wa mats "old-timers," Chief

8-1152 or Harriet Witten, at :FL been assigned to Fitron 141 at i.ataro 'l-JDtJl\lt1uta: -PI'PCt' $7-Mt fAit"wt,..) dtlitf Talley departs this week

9-4975. Miramar, California. new station after over
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Winter Or Spring? Groundhog Has Been Right Eight 1


Times, Indefinite five Times, In Error Seven J


"Winter or Spring?" >,. Candlemas day than the sun." and his ultimate emergence into

Which will it be? : : .7 CANDLEMAS DAY, inciden- the outer air. They watch his behavior

Saturday's the big day! The tally, is so called because on this and then return to town

weather itself will tell. day, since early Christian times, where they interpret his actions -
all the candles and tapers to be and report them to the public.
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian Because on Feb. 2 the ole I
used in the church during the For those inclined to believe in (
for all Navy/ libraries in (the area) Groundhog will decide what the year were consecrated. the groundhog, even just a little

The Warrior: Frank Slaugh weather for the next six weeks Lighted candles were distrib- bit, it's Interesting to note that

ter's latest book is with the ship- will be, and with a little help uted and carried in procession the Lodge says that the ground-

ment of new books recently received from the weatherman, spring f' through the church by the clergy hog's prognostications have been

at all Navy and Marine I could this JWLM and laity, accompanied by organ verified by the weather eight
come early
activities He has returned to the year. -'.. and choir music, therefore "can- times, have been indefinite five

Florida setting of his earlier IF LUCK PREVAILS, andthere's dle-mass," one of the most beautiful times and have been wrong seven

novels to weave his usual romantic good weather (that is, of early church ceremonies. times since the observations began
"bad" weather for pilots) and (C rUa Bjr 8t.pb.ll)
in There is
talc a novel of the Seminole no connection between

War and two people who the groundhog doesn't see his came the animal instead of the Candlemas and Groundhog Day SW ,.W .S$ .W+ W. A..tl9n4?.1M tv
sought justice for Oceola. shadow, he'll stay out and the badger, simply because there except that'in modern times they
weather will be nice and were no "European" badgers both 4 .k1AfsWWa
Canton Barrier: Andrew Ceer happen to fall on Feb. 2. The
"
"Springy, according to tradition. here. tradition of the
author of the ever-popular New groundhog is not
Breed shifts his scene to Chinain But, if he should see his shadow, A NUMBER OF ancient rhymesand in the least religious and there'sno

1949 to tell the story of a pi! he'll turn right around and go ballads were composed about prophesy about the weather in
back into his hole for another six the legend.
lot's dangerous adventure and ro Candlemas Day celebrations.
weeks and "winter" will be Some of
the English and Scotch
mantic interludes in a good tale. TilE CHURCH ceremonies are
around for another 42 days.
Should be just about as much in rhymes include: still carried on today primarilyby

demand as his former story of The legend of the ground hog "If Candlemas Day be dry and Anglican and Catholic n ,.. .
Marines in Korea. dates back quite sometime. Seems fair, Churches.
that the story originated in Ger- The half o' winter's to come
The F. B. I. Story: Another But getting back to the ground.
book which we expect to appealto many and spread to England. and mair; hog, in the early part of this century .
Originally, the badger was the If Candlemas Day be wet and a of "gay blades" living ((''irta. By Rt..kn
many readers! A history of group
animal which broke his hiberna- foul
the F. B. I from its small beginning in and around Lancaster
tion to observe the skies and pre- Winter is gone at Yule." 10 Million Vets
to its present wide County, Penn., organized the
scope, dict the weather. However,_ when Or if you don't like the "mid
includes Slumbering Groundhog Lodge.
details of
many cases the story was brought to this dle-English": of this one, try another -
which have contributed to the On the morning of Feb. 2, its Provided'Training
country by immigrants from :
prestige of that Bureau members don silk hats and carry
Great Britain and Germany, the "The shepherd would rathersee
and into the fields seeking
canes go
who Captain have Little Ax: The many wood chuck (or ground hog) be. the wolf enter his stable on the burrow of a woodchuck. Under Gl Bills
enjoyed( James Sheet'sstories
When one finds a burrow he callsto
,
will be glad to know of According to the Veterans Administration -
this the others and they all assemble -
one. After the aulhor'sdeath r J of
enrollments veterans -
to await the awakening of' ,
his
son found notes and
the animal from his hibernation under four federal training
manuscripts of the five short
stories which appeared first in programs enacted by Congre.-

Collier's some 15 years ago. The Chaplain Bartlett since World War II have exceeded

material has been woven into 10 million.

one story of a group of youngsters Reports For Duty A total of 612,000 vets received

who proved themselves in training during the past 13 years

the Confederate Army Chaplain Willard W. Bartlett under Public Law 16 passed in

Stranger To The Shore: Dod Jr., of Boulder, Colo., this week March 1943. This called for the

son wrote the very good story assumed duties in the Chaplain'sOfficc vocational rehabilitation of disabled -

(also it made a good movie) at NATTCenter as a replacement vets.Although.

titled, Away All Boats. His new for Chaplain Jay V. training ended las!

book of adventure centers Nickclson, who was transferredto July for most disabled vets, the

around a young ship's carpenterwho 9 Y t tf the Third Marine Division, law permits those in certain
finds romance in a small Fleet Marine Force. "hardship" categorjes to continue

Chilean port. Chaplain Bartlett reported after that date.

,'.c Twenty Million Tons Under eM? Y aboard from the USS General W. Some 7,815,000, more than half

The Sea: For those who want the A. Mann (T-AP 112)), where he of all veterans who served in

"real thing" this title is listed on had served as Chaplain from Oct. WWII took advantage of the GI .

the War College list for professional 1954 to Dec. 1956. Bill, enacted in June 1944. This

readings. Covers the capture Ltjg( ) Bartlett, a 1947 gradu- provided education and training

of the German submarine ate of the Merchant Marine Aca- benefits, which ended for virtually -

U-505 by the U. S., Navy Task demy at Kings Point, N.Y., serveda ] all ex-servicemen last July.
Force 22.3-highly recommendedto hitch in the Merchant Marine;
Public Law 894!) passed in 1950
our many readers of undersea attended Colorado College at
to provide vocational training fur
warfare. Colorado Springs, Colo, wherehe
disabled Korea vets, has helped
obtained a Bachelor of Arts
Physics For Everybody: The 44,000.
experts won't need this but we "HELLO-COPTER": Getting Introduced to the training aircraft degree in 1951; and graduated as
think there are plenty of others at Aviation Fundamentals Class P School are Pvt. Albert a Bachelor of Divinity in 1954. At The Korea GI Bill, the fourth
Karpovich, (left)) and his brother Pvt. Raymond, at the controlsof this point he resumed his Naval program was passed in the sum-
who will find much interest in one of two recently acquired IIOS5-1 )helicopters. The helicop mer of 1952. Some 1,645,000 have
the clear and simply written explanations ters, which are being used in the training of AvFund personnel, career as an Episcopal Chaplainin gone to school in the past four
the'United States
of are of smaller land-based variety. Navy.
vacuums, energy,
years under provision of Urn

space electronics travel., nuclear physics and Two 'Copiers Added To WEEKEND TIDE legislation 4. .

Battles That Changed History; : HIGH LOW housewife: "I can' serve as a

Excellent choice for the studentof AvFund School ClassesWith A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. juror,, your honor. One look at

military strategy. This new Fri 8:58: 9:15: 2:28: 2:55: that man convinces me he's
volume traces the developmentof the addition of two guilty.
Sat. 9:31.9:50: 3:04 3:27
: : :
western civilization as shapedby helicopters to the Air Familiarization I students are sent on to Class I Sun. 10:05: 10:26: 3:40: 4:00: Judge: "Sir-h-h. Thai's the dis. .

the rise and fall of great nations Phase, Aviation Fun- A Schools. trict attorney." ,
in decisive battles.

latest Last to Stage delight To the Aspen western: Elston's fans. has damental facilities Class to P train School studentsin now I Louis Jordan And His Tympany 5 Due Here Feb. 5-6 II

One-Way Ticket: Another by all catagories of air trans- "
}Jr, Personality" himself, ist, arranger, song-writer, radio, Jordan and his: band, gained such
Hitchens for the arm chair portation.The .
sleuths! I Louis Jordan and his Tym- movie and recording star. lie can popularity that theatre owners
students have six air- shout the blues with the best of
t. pany Five, is coming to NAS were forced to give it top billing
planes and two helicopters them or deliver a gossamer
Magician Show Set Jax for a two-night stand over the full length film
with which to become familiar. ballad straight from the heart. -
Feb 5G. He and his Louis Jordan is known for
Tympany Five have
For King Hall Feb. 6 They include two HOS5-1 heli-
The Jordan combines; one of become favorites in clubs, ballrooms such recordings as Ain't Nothing

Gene and Jo, magicians who copters; two AD4-B Skyraid- the top bands to appear here in I and night clubs throughout Here But Us Chickens, Barnyard

have been entertaining membersof ers; two F4U Corsairs; one some time, will play for a en- the country. Boogie, Boogie Woogie Blue

the armed forces in this coun- F2II Banshee; and one R5C listed men's dance at King Hall, Because of his phenomenalsuccess Plate, Buzz Me, Daddy 0, Don't

try and overseas for the past 15 Curtiss Commando.The Building 563 on Tuesday, Feb. 5, in recordings, Jordan has Worry About That Mule, EarlyIn

years, will perform at King Hall, students are given instruction and will perform at the officers' become the No. One sepian recording The Morning, I Like 'Em Fat
Building 563, Feb. 6, at 2000. dance Feb. 6 at the 0 Club. artist and
in class on the aircraft was recently Like That, Is You Is Or Is You
Extra novelty is added to the The dance at Building 563 gets dubbed "King of the Waxworks"at Ain't My Baby, It's Cold Outside -

show by a group of Mexican Chi- and then have the op- I I underway at 2000, while the officers Decca. He has more Decca Knock Me A Kiss, Open

huahuas, the smallest breed of portunity of getting into the begin tripping the light I gold records (signifying over The Door Richard, Stone Cold

dogs in the world. planes and starting them. fantastic at 2100. I a million sales per record) than Dead In The Market, and If

The magicians were assistantsto This phase of the school A POPULAR entertainer witha you can shake a stick at You're So Smart, How Come

Howard Thurston before forming comes in the sixth and final dynamic personality, Jordan is THE 15-MINUTE long "short" You Ain't Rich, and many many

their own show. week of training, and then the bandleader, singer, instrumental- entitled # "Caldonia," featuring more.



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!'age 4 AIR NEWS 31 January

___Huh_ .

With TheToastmasters !
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Jax Navy Officers Toastmas- SALTY HUMOR FROM"

tern are swinging along the __ HERE AND THEREA
stretch in their annual speech tJ i ,

contest, conducting elimination! t X
for the best speaker to represent y t 3 3N traveling salesman was tell.

the club in the coming area com ing about his experiences in the
petition. wild west:

With six speakers on the program ; "There I was Indians to the

the third trial meet resulted right, Indians to the left, Indians
in an unprecedented tie everywhere."

for first place. Winners were. "Wowl"! exclaimed a listener
Pete Dow's "Fact or Fiction," 4 "what did you do?" '
analyzing the Navy's athletic:
zoU "What "
could I do? I bought
program and Lou Sartor's "Is blanket." a

Hitler Dead?" SAn .

Stan Sasser presided, Cliff Gil ,inexperienced
bert presented table topics; and hunter and
his
guide
Commander Woodside of NATT- were setting out on a
trek through the Florida Ever-
Center was installed as a new,
member. HEAD CIVILIAN TOASTMASTERS Selected at last weu's rattling, were these officers 01 glades."Is .
Guests included Bill Clancy I the newly organized Navy Civilian Toastmasters Club of Jacksonville. Left to. right are Carl Mc- it true," said the green
Cranie, secretary_ ; Aubrey Silvey, educational vice-president; Lawton Green treasurer; Gordon Kin"president hunter, "that a crocodile
and Earl Schuh. Vince Anania adminlsirative won'tattack
,
r. />rr- lIyde fitrreant-at-arms: and Andrew Planer, vice-president.
hosted as toastmaster of the you if you carry a flashlight \ .


evening. Hopes High o For Approval Three Exchange "That?" ," replied the guide, "de

The Mar-Nav Easy-7 Club, pends on how fast you carry it.'''
No. 2280 had as its guest speakerat Facilities .

the regular Thursday meeting, Open Everybody understood that the
Of More Better NX StockHope
J. Frank Rushton, noted lecturer, Thursday NightsThe handsome young man married the
and author. homely old woman for her money

His presentation was "The Art for Congressional approval of plans to stock more and Navy Exchange, announces but nobody could understand why

of Public Speaking. Howard better quality items in service Exchanges, rose with announcementof that starting next he insisted on taking her wher-
Heck acted toastmaster of the special subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee he
as a Thursday, Feb. 7, and con- ever went. When a close friend
meeting. lIarv lIarville was top- to investigate the proposals. tinuing every Thursday thereafter asked for an explanation, he replied -

icmaster. Tip Chaffin spoke on Headed by Rep. Philip J. Phil- private industry is expected to its Retail Store in Build- "It's very simple I'd

traffic safety, and Bill Hall onChildren's bin (D. Mass.), the subcommitteewill be sports coats, which Exchangeswant ing 27; Country Store in Build- rather take her with me than
reading Habits. The kiss her "
use the next few weeks to to stock without cost limitsas ing 954; and Service Station goodby..
evaluator S
for the meeting was 0
will be until 2000.
"a reasonable expansion of open
; its arguments favoringthe
Swede Larson. prepare She was reading Bernstein's'
which considerable benefit to military The evening hours 'correspond ic-
plan calls for stocking incarnation best-seller
"The
personnel" So far Congresshasn't with those of the Com-
The first group of officers of items Search for "
seven new not now au- Bridey Murphy, when
the Civilian found this reasoning very missary, and were adopted in
;, Navy Toastmasters thorized. These children'swear she gave a little gasp and glancedup
Club of Jacksonville was in- are convincing, and may cut out the order to provide it's patrons sharply.
stalled at sports coats, typewriters, coats altogether. with added convenience in
Tuesday
night's session their "Herbert," she said, "if we live
shopping needs.
: with Lt. Ken Knoizen of maternity dresses, baby furniture -
The our lives over, I warn you now
hours
when Navy Ex-
the Officers automobile tires and
Toastmasters pre- car
make
I
AX-0 won't a second
siding as installing officer. batteries SchoolTo change facilities are open on ." mistake

Charged with duties were Besides these, the Exchanges days other than Thursday will S .

Cordon King, president; Aubrey hope to increase wholesale price Graduate remain unchanged. "
.
"My boy, said the SUC'duman
Silvey, educational vicepresident limits on 16 other items, to insure -
; Andy Planey, administrative better quality than now pos- 10 Metal Offers to his son, "when I was your
FridayGraduation Society was
age carrying water for f i It
vice-president; Carl Me- sible. Prospects are that the congressional
of
gang bricklayers""Gee
Cranie, secretary; Lawton Green, okay will come Months CourseA
exercises will beheld "
dad, said the boy, "1 Mire
treasurer; and George Hyde, through, although some of the
sergeant t-arths. proposed changes may be modi tomorrow (Friday) in Build three months basic course on am proud of you. If it hadn't't

Leonard Eubanks and Ray fied or disallowed. ing 613 for 10 Navy and Marine metals, sponsored by the Jacksonville i been for your pluck and perseverance

Datres delivered their "icebreakers" The chief target for attack byt' Corps Officers who have completed Chapter of the American I might have had to do .

Tuesday with the former Aviation Ordnance Officer Society for Metals, will be held something like that. myself. :'
at the *
talking on "74 Years Of Civil r School. Jacksonville School of
Service," and the latter speakingon Technology, 129 King Street. Two men were weaving tlwil)
"My Life." Three of the Officers are from The course begins Monday, way home after a stag part'.

Evaluating the icebreakerswere foreign Navies, two from the Ma Feb. 4, at 1930, with classes "Gosh," 'said one, "my w ih'J U!

Mike Cascone, George Hyde U.rine S.Corps Navy.FoJJowIng, .and the rest from the scheduled for two hour periodsevery hit the ceiling when I get hump.

and Lawton Green. "Er" counter Monday and Thursday Will yours?"

was Milo Jones. Topic Masterwas a are the graduates: nights. Tuition! $2 a month, and "Yep," hiccupped the oili i r.

Don Moran. Rod Pinneywas Ensigns Joseph Donoghue, Carl classes are limited to 30 student "She's a terrible shot."

toastmaster. Lahr, Gerhard Swenson, Roger Bernard Boisvert, metallurgist, .

Brooks and Peter DiConza, all Overhaul and Repair Department, As the policeman helped the

FRA 91 To ) y USN; 1st Lts. Bill Franklin and a vice chairman of the local Society bruised man up from the pavement
Hold
4 Richard Young, USMC; Lt. J. M. for Metals, will instruct the in front of the bar, he aid: :

Dance Feb. 16 Arnold, Royal Canadian Navy; students. The course is designed "Can you describe the man whO
and Lts. Half dan Hansen and for all who are interested in hit you."
Fleet
Branch 91 Reserve and Unit Association Hugo Frontroth, Argentine Navy. metals or with any phase of the. "That's what I was doing, was
91 Ladies '
Auxiliary are having their an- 5 The next class convenes Mon metal working industry. the answer, "when he hit me ".

nual Valentine Dance Saturday, I '1' : --
: t --
Feb. 16, at the ballroom of the > ; ; day.Wave
Roosevelt Hotel. t. J'!," .... Boles
'
Fleet Reserve Association L ,", '. ...........
,<
'
members get tickets from ''. '" .
may
Earns
Clifford McCarthy, Shop 512-22; ."...... ,. .. > 'v'. ,., .. Second ,
:
Thomas Feaster, Shop 42-48, t < b ,

Overhaul and Repair; or T. A J t Honor TitleDouble qQ:
Davis at the Operations tower.
honors have come the
Off-station members may con- ...
,
way of Evelyn Boles ke
tact any Branch or Unit 91 mem- ru 'e'y aviation

bers or II. E. Miller at EV 7-3695. ,W, apprentice during her brief career
in the Navy. :

20 Enrolled In *k t .. S She topped earlier boot camp

honor student laurels at Bainbridge -
Dancing ClassWith ""' '. :', "
v/ < '," \ ; by emerging as high stu-

20 persons enrolled, the : dent in Aviation Fundamentals

first dancing classes for military v'v: : '. : : Class P School last Friday at the
.
and civilian personnel at the ,< .. .., Naval Air Technical Training
'"" r. "
Naval Air Station
began thiS PS: "' Center in competition with nearly .
U ,
f'
week with two separate 100 marines, waves and women TL-
taking part. marines. a--
COOL DOLL While Ice
Under the instruction of Anne
Sited up on Lake Michigan, Wave Boles' award was in the -.. n""""",, .........._ .
and Laverne Lewis of the
Joyner Boyne radiated warmth electronics class and the SECOND nONOR AWARD 'HU'a
Arthur Murray School of the as she decorated the scene, Muncie, Ind. high school 1956 second award from Marine Capt. Thomas Boles, AAtJtit\-
Mooney,
Dance, the students meet Mon- proving that not even snow ate chose Aviation gradu- i ing officer of Aviation Fundamentals NATTCwter,
p School at
will stop pretty girls from Electronics as an honor
day and Thursday evenings at pos student Winner of
School honor boot
big in bathing suits by the at Memphis, Tenn., for her bridge, Md., In Nov of last laurels at CaD1PtudtJlt
seven o'clock in Building 504N. shore next billet. I grades at AvFun year, she also won h
: School
, class (Electronics) In last Friday'sr graduaiinr



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31 January JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


-Vector Control Conference Success;

a I
t Certificates Awarded To 43 HereCont.


( from rage 1))
he added, when resistance to
these days of such diseases as chlordane and dieldrin has been

cholrea, yellow fever, and bubonic built up.THE -
plague, common some PROGRAM planned of- I
years ago, the vectors are still fered documentary movies, field (
abundant in the area and with- demonstrations and discussionsof
out preventive control could every phase of pest control
start their tragic work all over problems, conducted by person
again, DuChanois declared.I I nel of the Center, U. S. Public
What to do about such com Health Service and the Florida
mbn vectors, and how to attack State Board of Health. At tho
them with what insecticides was close of the conference yesterday
the subject discussed by Lt. afternoon, conferees received
Joseph J, McWilliams. Analyzingthe certificates of satisfactory attendance
newer chemicals used in-the presented by Comdr.

perennial war with the insects, Richard J. Martin, senior assist-
which reaches the proportions ofa ant flight surgeon at NAS Jacksonville -

world war in cost and destruc .
tion, McWilliams admitted that The conference was opened by
the durable insects, which have Comdr. Robert E. Smith, executive -
thrived since the beginning of officer of the Station, who
time, readily build up resistance. officially welcomed the visitorson
"In the fight against roaches behalf} of Capt. W. S. Harris;
he said, "we are right back Capt. Ira N. Curtis, resident officer -
DEATH FOR CIIINCII BUGS
Navy equipment and
procedures are given a workout In a
I demonstration of power spraying dieldrin. Used to treat an area infested by chinch burs, ticks and I where we were 20 years ago, in charge of construction,
mites, the sprayer contains 200 gallons of insecticide which at 50 pounds pressure covers 40 feet. with sodium fluoride." That is, who told of the value provided
w..W .. v public works by the Center; and
Comdr. Martin speaking for Capt.J. .
Mistakes In Your Income E. Fulghum, senior medical

officer. The theme of the con-

Tax Forms Can Cost YouThis vated ference and was in"Pest Action. Control Acti-


( Is the first of a series of articles on federal income tax S Qnj r LDO Board
filing. The articles are based on information provided by the American -
Institute of Accountants.)
Between now and April 15 more than 60 million"Americans To Select
must file a tax return to report 1956 income to the federal govern '
ment. On the basis of past experience, one out of every four returns : :
filed will contain an error of $2.00 or more. Last year these errors 600 MenThe
totaled more than $100 million.

The mistakes most often made Limited Duty Officer
exempt. procurement has
by taxpayers fall into these four This Includes interest on state been changed. by program HuPersNote

groups: and municipal bonds, most government s "fir t; 1120. Beginning in February! ,
1. Incorrect listing of income. payments to veterans!! all initial LDO selections will .,
and their families, life insurance be for
Individuals made mistakes by a temporary appoint
leaving out such Items as Inter- proceeds upon death and social -- ment in grade of ensign with
security benefits. total numbers selected at that
est savings accounts, dividends _
on
The instruction book that time increased from 200 to
and contest winnings, or
comes with your tax forms gives approximately 600.
by including items that are ex- further information. Help is also h..,. Temporary LDO's will be eligible !.

empt. available by telephone or at of- x for augmentation as per-
2. ERRORS IN personal de- fice of the Internal Revenue =iI manent LDO in numbers consist-

ductions. Important deductions Service. The revenue service ?".- ent with law, or as unrestrictedline
from income are state and local to consult or staff officers
urges you a properly corps as appropriate -
LAYING SAND SNAKES Ronald Hunt, HA, (left) gets
taxes, interest paid on loans, qualified advisor if you decide to assistance from a visiting; conferee in laying out "sand snakes" after promotion to
charitable: contributions, medical seek outside help. (AFPS) (fire hose filled with sand) to seal off a presumably Insert-infested lieutenant junior grade, and will
expenses, losses from storm, fire, Next article: Selecting the Correct area under a vinyl plastic tarpaulin prior to fumigation. When the remain eligible through grade of

flood or theft. edges of the tarp are weighted heavily, methyl bromide is pres- lieutenant.
Tax Form Saves Dollars. sure-fed into the area by inserting a small hose. Leakage Is detected -
3. Claiming too many or too and gauged by a flame which burns green wherever the PERSONNEL remaining temporary -
few dependents. Exemptions are chemical is escaping. A warehouse can be fumigated In 21 hours. LDO can expect a similar
allowed for the taxpayer himself Solon Fights Clothing is deloused in four hours by means of a tightly sealed pattern and assignments but
rubberized canvas bag with Inner perforated pockets containing
he without definite
and for certain LDO
persons career assurance -
methyl bromide capsules.Personnel
supports, if they fit the definitions For Family according to the note.
in the Instruction book. However, except in event of a
4. FAULTY arithmetic. This Is Travel Pinch Checked; event of a serious reduction in
Pay
the cause of the fewest numberof the size of the Navy, it is plannedto
errors, but approximately 30 maintain temporary LDO's in
per cent of these arithmetical Navy wives and their children More POS commissioned status, so long as
mistakes are made by the tax-: who do a lot of traveling about Experienced serving satisfactorily, the note
payer against himself.It the country while trying to meet further states.SHOULD .
up with husbands coming into The number of experienced petty officers in the Navy has AN LDO fail selec-
is important to not'taxable.rememberthat port will get a much better breakon reached the highest percentage since World War II, a total strengthof tion for promotion twice, then he
all income is traveling expenses if Congressman about 53 percent of the total enlisted population. will be reverted to the status
You should not include in your Bob Wilson (R.Calif.) gets Improvement in reenlistmentrates held at the time of his selection.
enlisted
return any income that is listed his 594,700 personnel.
in the official instruction book as way. the recruitment of more About 2000 EMs took advan- Personnel to be considered by
The Congressman believes the February 1957 selection board
high school students, and the tage of the so-called "horizontal
families should draw travel mon- will include all eligible person-
Chaplains fo Honor ey for the trip from the port large number of EMs transfer- training program" in 1956, nel who applied for LDO and not
where the ship comes in to the ing into "critical" ratings are whereby enlisted men in ratings restricted to those listed in Bu.
Two At Conference new' permanent residence locality attributed to the Navy's better blocked to promotional opportu- PcrsNote 1120 of Oct. 16, 1956.

Here Tomorrow instead of merely from the "experience level." A year ago nities may transfer to other more Further information can be
place where the family has lived fast-moving ratings. Special had by contacting the Information -
The Navy will present two citations during the time the servicemanwas the lack of experienced POs wasa qualification training is providedfor and Education Office, Building -
serious and to those who wanted to switch
respectively to Mrs. Alfred at sea. costly problem 0 955, EX-8556.
duPont, of Jacksonville, and Vice The Congressman does not be- the Navy. ratings. I.
Adm. Chief of The reenlistment rate among the Navy adopted a of
Austin K. Doyle, lieve the permanent residence re- WITH IMPROVEMENT On the program
Naval Air Training, at a luncheon striction was intended by Congress personnel situation noted on all first-termers is now about 15 to discharging personnel in tho
attended by the military chaplainsof when it wrote the Career fronts, budget plans for fiscal 17 percent, up from 12 percent as lowest three pay grades who
Florida, on Friday, Feb. 1, at Compensation Act of 1949 which year 1958 calls for the same man- of last September. The Navy failed to qualify as potential
the Officers Club.. would like to see it advance to petty officers, in order to
and for the
defines the law on travel, allow- power strength as
The citations will be presentedby ances. current year: 73,800 officers, I 25 percent strengthen the PO structure.
Monsignor Maurice Sheehy, AS A RESULT OF the Improved Since then, 4588 enlisted men
former Navy chaplain now retired i petty officer situation, the who failed to meet the Navy's
Take E-7 E-4 TestsTwo
with the rank of rear admiral 635 To I I Navy expects to have only seven standards, have been released
critical ratings by next June 30. from active duty.

The military chaplains are con- groups of petty officers at at NAS Jax, will take the tests A year ago there were 16 critical The monthly number of discharges -
vening here to form a chapter of NATTCenter and NAS Jax will for chief petty officer. A total of ratings. A further result is the of low-calibre men is
the Military Chaplains Associa- take examinations for advance- strengthening of the combat now on the decline. However, tho
216 will be for third class, 131
tion in the state of Florida. They ment in rate next week. up ability of various fleets. Navy said it would continue the
will meet at the Officers Club for Latest figures reveal a total of at NATTCenter and 85 at NAS Worried by the lack of skilled program indefinitely, although
this purpose at 1130. 419, 296 at NATTCenter and 123 and Education offices. petty officers back in Jan. 1954, possibly it will be modified.


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Four Share Mainstde Count Yogi, Famed Trick Shot

::1) I
Ten Pin Leadership Golfer To Appear Here Feb. 5
]Four clubs are presently tied ,

for the top spot in the Malnside t ;, j; Sports fans are in for a rare' 130 pounds-he is a fabulousand

bowling loop with VW-4 No.2, ; treat Tuesday, Feb. 5 when fancy shooter, straightand
VAH-3 No. 2, ComFairJax, and trick shots alike
1P"" '. j the Great Count Yogi, who has TilE COUNT HAS hit
VP-18 sharing the limelight. "it the
Here are standings as of Jan. I .7. : :;' : revolutionized the greatest ball 86 yards down the fair-

28. ,. I'"':\- science of'all sports-golf into way with his teeth. He hits six

MAINSIDE BOWLING the easiest sport, will appearin balls at a time, balls from out

VW-t 12 WOILokt 4 0 5 ,7' a free exhibition at the of holes in cement, through

'ConFel JsK 4 0 0VI'I8 0 \"' Station golf course. f wood, blanketed ball shots, all

4 0 #: Count Yogi, described as the types af grips, stances and
o S n OfrtC-Pfi :3 t
VAIIJISIIIckera :3 l man who can make a golf ball without backswing. lie can

SfrvltIO 1 1 Ii I II do anything, will play a nine- play either from the port or
Specialt J 3 1 i hole exhibition beginning at !starboard side.
Operations :4 1
VW-4 I 2 2 1430 and beginning at 1630 he Back in 1953 Yogi shot 71

VW.4 11 Offices :2 2 2 will give an hour-long demon- rqunds of golf and averaged .

M rlne Guardians 1 3 2 I stration of trick shots. 68.32 strokes per round. He
VFI'-62 SpllttPrI 1 3 YOGI HAS showmanship has the world's competitive

C.ommunlcaUnl Hospital ( 1 1" 3 3 ; .' unexcelled-no matter to record of 29-26-55, 58 on

Waves Brlsade: 1 1 7 3VF171 '. what venture he turns. He has championship par 72 course,
0..4 ''' '. the faculty of weaving a spell has made a 500-yard in two, ,
'uron eA 0 4 .
Jo'liron 6n 0 .4 ', over an audience that keeps two holes in one in succces-

V !44n..ry gVA.li2 4 0 them totally spellbound.He sion, a 447 yard drive on flat,
0 0 is the most talked about, eight birdies, and two eaglesin
flt'f./D;;: g. 0 0 most argued about, most imitated succession.

YOGI, THE FANTASTIC Count Yogi, who can make the athlete in the world of .
Coif ball do anything, will rive an exhibition of his prowess and I sports. Despite his. fragile
AvFimd Allcymcii trickery at the Station golf course Feb 5. Here he is shown with Ferguson Rhodes Gill
his fancy over-sized bat. The exhibition is free. frame-he tips the scale at ,

Sport 16-0 Record Share Blind BogeyCapt.

Sporting a mark of 16 victoriesand Pistol Club Harry Ferguson,* Capt.

no defeats the bowlers of JAX AIRNEWS Dusty Rhodes and Francis Gill,
Aviation Fundamentals School
continued their winning ways Fires SundayJax SPORTS't ADI, won the Blind Bogey Match

thus maintaining their slim one- with a net score of 76 last Satur-
Navy's pistol club will stageits ., .
game margain over Aviation '. day at the NAS course.
first match of the season Sun- t tli '.' "< ;
Storekeeper. ,. Each winner received a prize..
day, Feb. 3 at the Jacksonville
Team leaders: MAD DeVito .
169; AGO, Taylor, 145; AE, Tarp- Police Range with firing to com- Ringmen Impressive'In Taking
ley, 179; NAWS, V L. Garner, mence at 1300. Freelancers Host

162; AvFund, Greenwood, 176; The match is open to any pistol
AO, Seigler, 152; SS, Johnson, shooter with National Rifle As- 7 Of 8 Bouts From Green Cove Local Bowmen In

148; AK, Swanson, 155. sociation rules applying. Candi- Jax Navy's Golden Gloves-bound mittmen swept seven out of
NATTC BOWUNO dates are required to have an
Won Lost vie in the eight bouts Monday night from Green Cove Springs Navy's highly
NRA classification to Invitational Sun.The
AvFund School 16 0 touted Bullets at Green Cove
AK School If% 1NavMrWcaps national or regional matches and .

AK School 12 7 4 9 this is the last chance to obtain The Bullets, 1956 Jacksonvillearea picture was Lawerence Howardof Jax Navy Freelance Bow-
AGO School 6 10 classification before the NRA mid AAU champions, could
who
4 12 Sturgus, Ky., disposed pf hunters will hold an Invitational
SupSpllntfiK 3 13AO winter shoot at Tampa May 58. manage only to win in the mid- Green Cove's Ron Garrett in
School 1 15 dleweight class when John Gour- meet on the NATTCenter range
Prizes will be awarded in Sun- 1:55: of the first round. The Jax
dine decisioned Jax's Earl Batieof this Sunday hosting the Jax Bow-
Audrey Blitz Sinks day's matches. 170-pounder sent his man to the ,
+ Fremont, Ohio( canvas for the first and last time hunters and the St. Johns Bow

140. -Fooier For Eagle Sfrader Chaff Taylor FEATURE BOUT of the even- with a hard left to the body. men.
ing the in which Ray
was
opener DON BOWINS of fred-
JAX'S
A women's record was madeat There will be a Wescott Round
NAS course when Mrs. Aud-' Kenfield Score At Cecil Sharraba, Jax's flashy 126- eric, Md., in his first fight, de- shot at 0900 and a Broadhcad
pounder, won the nod over John
rey Biltz, using a four iron, sank cisioned Ike Williams in a 145-
had round held at 1300. Five-man
Dixon. The latter
prevously
a 140 yard approach shot on No.. Lcdr. Walt Strader, Lou Chaff, pound class event.
14 fights into teams from each club will
parlayed an undefeated com-
2 hole last Saturday.This Bob Taylor and Art Kenfield won i Ron Pearson of Superior, Wise.,
is the first time in the the Four Ball Best Ball match at record. the younger half of a Jax brother pete in the Broadhead round and

history! of the NAS course that: Cecil Field Saturday 'with a low Another bright spot in the Jax duo, showed promise when he vie for a team trophy.

_..__ ._,_._____
64.
a women has made such a shot. I .W..W.' defeated Bob Murphy in the Jax Navy archers expected to

No. 2 hole is a long 415 yards I The four men are members of I I 162-pound class.A see action are John Knoch, Ed-

and is a par five for the ladies. the 1957 varsity Jax Navy golf 9 y. yn pair of Marines, Glenn Uhl ward Merrill, John Betz, John

Audrey sank the ball on her squad which opens the season I of Detroit, and Larry Whisenand Casey, John Fitzgerald, Paul Un-

third shot. against Robins Air Force Base, of Dixon, IlL, garnered two more derwood, Walt Howard, Floyd
Mrs. Blitz is the wife of Lt. Ga., Feb. 16, and then meets the x6< of the Jax victories when they Railsback, Bill Weatherby, Rose

Biltz who is attached to the University of Florida on Feb. 17 captured the 144 and 150-pound Weatherby, Roger Wood, F I 10

Naval Air Reserve Training Both matches will be held on the events. Uhl kayoed John Gross Wood and Roy Hedberg.
Unit. home course. 5 *
and Whisenand edged Tony


It's Sale 'i'rave ling With Pels Glass.The heayvweight bout was a CrackerjaxEntertain

return go between Jax's'Richard

IX You FollowWorried Simple Rulesdining .5 5't > : Hansen of Muskegon, Mich., and
Dan Alexander, with the 195-

about taking your pet : pound Hansen gaining a split PI Feb. 23Jax
on vacation this year? cars or any public space. : decision over his 210-pound opponent
'
By following a few simple DOGS SHOULD not be Navy's Crackerjax will be
shipped late in the week when Jax Navy has its sights set on
rules, he may go along on the looking for their first hardwood
weekend holdovers may be en- t ; X s the Golden Gloves tournament
trip or can send for him
you of the when
g victory they
countered. Many trains and air 4 a1s year
which at the JacksonvilleMain
later, according to the Florida I opens
State Veterinary Medical Association flights do not operate on Saturday +x and Beaver streets Arena host the strong Parris Island

and Sunday and weekend I February 11, and the Sixth Naval Women Marines in a two-game

The Florida veterinary holdovers are often necessary.It I District Championships at .Key series Saturday and Sunday at
group is best not to feed the pet s
rL West starting April 18. '
says it is safe to take a pet any I Mainside Gym.Saturday's .
for several hours before shipping, I Iillonthly
place around the globe providingsome is set for 1900,
and make sure the dog is emp Bi Prizes For game
rules
simple are observed. tied out. He will be less likelyto S. c while Sunday's fray will b c
THERE ARE THREE basic ; ; : Civilian Fishermen
motion-sick and arrive
get v played at 1300.
steps in preparing > a pet for cleaner and in better condition.In .:. The Civilian Fishing Committee Buddy Deno, newly appointed
shipment: some states credentials are reminds fishermen that prizesare
coach, looks optimistically to the
1/Selecting a suitable typeof not necessary if the dog is pass- ..N being awarded bimonthly
transportation. ing through or arriving for onlya during the 1957 season. future with the addition to the

2/Fulfilling the legal requirements brief stay. Other states have Entry blanks, plus rules and squad of Waves attending schoolsat

of import, export strict laws which apply to all regulations can be obtained from NATTCenter.
and transit, in the terms cov- dogs brought into the state for committee members in various The squad now includes Betty
ering both interstate and international Rush Leatherwood
any reason.If departments. Mary Phyllis
traffic.3Securing the animal is shipped be Smith, Norma Burgess, Karen

a proper crate. sure to affix a note to the out- Linksmen Open Murray, Gail Burke, Pat Peterson -
Dogs are permitted in private side of the carton addressed to GLOVES CHAMPION-.En. Myrna James, Ruth Brothers,
room space on Pullman, sleepersor the cargo handlers which may tered Golden from Gloves lax tourney Navy in Feb.the Jax 11- Against RobinsThe Diane Martin, Nell Steinberg, Ann

parlor cars, provided they are do quite a bit to make the dog 15 is Lawrence Howard, 179- Jax Navy golf team will Cooper, Carolyn Johnson, Sophie
either kept in a carrier or comfortable. The note should include pounder from Fighter Squadron open it's 1957 season against Sayatovich, Naomi Schildmeir,
leashed (and possibly muzzled) the name of the dog and 43. He won the Kentucky Robins Air Force Base, Ga. Feb. Catherine Gajewski, Nancy Gibbons -
State novice title In 1954. In
. 1 If. Th> match will take place on Marjorie Spangler, Ann



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31 January 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7


Fliers Put Home Win Streak



On Line Against Gibbs Tonight J

;jFT; 5
Jax Navy's Fliers, who have n Hedrick and Ed Mills with 14 II

? three-game home winning streak each.

going, will find out just how Friday's home contest with

i, much they have Improved when West Palm Beach was cancelled,

Ii1; S Jr they clash with the State AAU as was the volleyball prelimi
champion Gibbs Vikings tonight
nary.
at Mainside Gym. Game time is
The Fliers take to the road
2000.
Monday to face NAS Pensacolaand
I extended their
The Fliers
Wednesday go against Green
streak of home victories to three
Cove Springs Navy there. They
last Thursday with a 67-61 'tri- return home Feb. 7 to do battle
umph over Pinecastle Air Force
against Jacksonville Universityand
Base. The Fliers led throughoutand
Feb. 8 entertain Savannah
had halftime advantage of River Defense area. '
cI2 34-31.
? The Fliers' record is now 812.
Frank Dement paced the Fliers I .

with 22 points, with Pete Tcnero-

wicz chipping in 14 tallies. High There Are Plenty

men for Pinecastle were Paul!

Of Ways Here To



CUP WINNERS Meet the captains of Naval Air Weapons-Systems'S':hoi all-around I -'champion hurlers, Catchers Lose That Fat!

athletic teams. Standing (left to right) are Lt. Ken Knoizen, AACS branch officer; Don Ethell, Report Feb. 13th
volleyball; J. W. Head, acey-deucy; hill Fuller, bowling;; Ed Gottleib, rolf; Frank Grantham, table "Hey Chubby, the word is
I tennis; Roy Anglin, checkers: ; and Comdr. T. II. Casey NAYS training officer. Kneeling (left to Pitchers and catchers wish- out."

right) are Gerald Paul, Softball; Harold Varnes, badminton; Claude Foster, bowling; Men Hotter, ing tryouts for the Jax Navy
softball; George Wall, atheletic representative; Rill Hubely, football; and Chief Mitchell, basketball.: baseball team will convene for At a meeting of the Associationof
Military Surgeons Admiral
their first practice session on Arthur Radford, chairman of the
J'leel' Today To Plan Fasron Six Cagers Maintain Lead Feb. 13 at 1600 at Mason Field. Joint Chiefs of Staff, laid down

Track Team Players interested should report the law. It seems that in many
For 57 Over Mainsiders With Clean SlateLeading at that time. Practice ses- branches of) the Naval service,

Plans for the formation of a sions for the entire squad will where peak physical fitness is
Jax Navy track team will be the pack with a 7-0 record Fasron Six' court artists follow a few days later.
a must, officers and men were allowing -
made today (Thursday) at a chalked up the highest score of the Mainside basketball season last that chow to
good Navy
in Building week with a 114-29 triumph over FAW-11.
meeting King'Hall, "
win the "Battle of the Bulge.
563, at the Naval Air Technical The Sixers had a tougher Schmuck, Tripp Pace
Training Center. time with First Lieutenants for OAR 4 3 3 Bowling Wives TilE SPECIAL Services DC-
( VG-i7 i t partment at the Naval Air Tech-
their seventh win 60-
All Station personnel inter- posting a
44 victory. Meetcal ;l 5 Highlights of last week's com- nical Training Center doesn't
invited to
in track
ested arc
X2 1 5 petition in the Enlisted Men'sWives claim to have a definite solution
attend. Jax Navy hasn't fiel lied 'f&IIl. 1 1V 7 .
) Bowling NATT-
league at to this problem, but what they do
a track team since the 1955 VJo'PAND Hospital stayed 1'.5 0 6
Center was a high series of 500 have is worth looking into.
season. right on the heels of the leaders
by Mary Schmuck and a series of Besides offering an excellent
by adding a victory apiece. VFP-
489 by Dot Tripp that included a intramural program, all sorts of
62 beat Medical, 73-53, while
game of 181.Enllsted gymnastic facilities are made

Marine Quintet 67-32.Hospital outscored Fasron 109, Men's WlvM W 01Lollt Bowling available to the Navy man who

Stinkers 14 7 wishes to wage his own privatewar
VAH-3 remained in the tight fr.4 Trailers 13 with the calorie chart.
Bows To GordonThe spots 11 Vitouces
with two solid triumphs. The 19 10Woodpecktis
< 11Kool SWEAT SUITS be checkedout
Attackers scored Faetu 64- may
NATTCenter Marines, over KaU 9 12
rin Pals 8 LI at Rosendahl Gym, Building
29 and off CVG-17 53.
ousted from their polished 7 13
temporarily Choppers 513, for periods of two weeks,
51.
home court (King Hall) while it I Tennis :Meeting\ which should provide ample timeto
undergoes repairs, traveled to
*
off few
run a excess pounds.
Fort Gordon Signaleers in what VW-4 CHALKED up a pair of First meeting to lay plans for If
bores
running
you, volleyballs,
proved to be a fruitless venture. wins with Cfe 63-43 verdict over the 1957 Jax Navy tennis team basketballs, and footballs
The NATTCenter basketeers Medical and a forfeit over O will be held Monday with Ltjg( ) may
also be had at the Gym.
dropped the tussle 8571.Tom &R. Hunter Bell.
be reached at If tennis or badminton is your
In other results Operationswon Coach Bell can
Salvino of NATTCenterwas over VP-5, 61-49; Marines extension 8568, Building 613.AK's game Special Services has all the
high-point man of the night rig facilities necessary to help you
blasted X-2 63-30 Faetu defeated
-
with 23 and Jim Pugh pitched in ; > y. }- improve your game and keep in
and VP-18
with 15.The Supply, 42-26; trim.
outlasted FAW-11, 55-25. r 2 .f PowellTops
silver lining in NATTCenter y} For the less nimble afoot 18
I
coach Don Isherwood's cloud I Below are the standings as holes of golf and forty frames of

was the fact that by capturingtwo I of Jan. 28, 1957. 2 M. ScorersRoy bowling weekly will i almost .

City League games the Marines ; Fasron ( "'7 01lAst 0 +: guarantee the absence of excess

moved into first place in I VKP-62 7 1 Powell, the flashy slightly- weight. -

the second half of play. HosplUl VW-4 .7. 2 1 'f<+' built forward for Aviation Store- AT PRICE Natatorium, Build-

John Cirino and Tom Salvino i V Patron A 11-3 109 !1 4 3 2 s keepers, is leading the scoring of ing 614, there is a real muscle

paved the way for the two Marines 4 3 ? the NATTCenter: intramural bas- builder in the form of an indoor

NATTCenter victories. Cirino ketball league with a healthy 125 swimming pool which gives the
points, a fat 53 points ahead of his
cold-weather aquatic enthusiast a
scored 18 and Salvino 16 in the
Marine's 76-40 win over the I All-Sports w1, nearest rival.Powell's chance to stay in shape.

Happy Hour Bar and they both I average of slightly The Special Services program

garnered 16 while defeating the Banquet Set < ri better than 31 points in four afford a way of taking off excess

Prevatt Construction Co. 83-34. games came from 51 field goals poundage while having fun doingso.
+ rL' and 23 foul shots. In one game he .
NATTCenter's next scheduled For CenterInvitations tallied 37 points to lead the high .
home s
game does not appear on 2V this but still Father (to beau
game scoring season, daughter's ) -
the calendar until Feb- for some 250 ath-
Friday, ,. ', far short of the 52 scored by Ed "She'll be right down. Care for a
ruary 8, when they are slated to letes and school Training Officers 4.. Jones of Aviation Fundamentalslast game of chess?"

meet the Miami Marines in King at NATTCenter have been season.
Hall at 2000. tentative
However i4.
sent out for the first All-Sports Powell, however, will be play-
arrangements are being made ing his final games next week for SNAFU
Center.
4 the Training
tor the Marines to meet Maxwell banquet >y n.:
the Storekeepers as he is being
Air Force Base Friday (tomorrow The event will take place this 2' 3'ysi' graduated from AK School.
k
) in the Mainside gym as a evening (Thursday) at 1800 in /y.v Second place goes to Benny

prelude to the.Jax-Navy. game. the civilian Cafeteria. Taylor of Aviation Ground Offi- aL 1 1J

: tM 'h cers with 72 points in foi/r games.
Capt. C. L. Moore Jr., com- Aviation Ordnancemen's Dean

Marine Kcglcrs manding officer; Comdr. Wilfred Hatcher, a clever ballhandlerand (
Fleshman, executive, officer; and
good scorer, has 69 points in
Eye TournamentThe Lt. Col. Frank Porter of the
three games for a 23-point aver-
Marine Aviation Detachment,
pin-crashing bowling teamof will be honored guests. age.Those
Marines from the Naval Air scoring more than 45 111)) U;
Technical Training Center, 1956 Trophies for the 1956 season points to date follow: :

Station champions, will compete will be awarded team representatives Ta vJor.Powell.AOO AK B5 72

in the All-Marine tournament in and the Captain's Trophy, HIGH SCORER; Leading Boon lUtfher. ,AvFuit AO .69

San Diego beginning April 9, according 'emblematic of the greatest num- the NATTCenter Intramural randy. S3 M 65

to Coach Steve Mayer. ber of sports points for the sea- basketball scoring parade is Gardner Mitchell. AO N..AJrW ps .59 55

Included on the squad are son, will be presented to School Naval Aviation Roy Powell Storekeeper, flashy forward School of, Coperttno Dammevrr MAD AE '6O 52 r

Coach Mayer Johnny Burner, Air Weapons Systems who has tallied 125 points In Bllerh AK 49
for winning the frh.l
"Red" Grf'f'n ft/wJ .Tr>hnrnr TV- n rrw 11 n >nllv



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(Coat from Page 1)) b1 S

LADDERWith and that of petty officer by 300

percent, the committee recom-
Civilians mended adjusted pay scales that
would raise the annual of
(Weekly the Jax Air News in pay
four-star generals and admiralsby
cooperation with the Industrial
nearly $8,700.
Relations Department will list
various promotion for Naval Air This would give the generalsand
admirals a total yearly pay
Station civilian personnel.)
lof $28,823, not counting personal
On the promotion roster effec-
tive Jan. 13 and Jan. 14, were 15 allowances of $2,200. The Defense
Secretary and other Cabinet officers i-
nine
employees, including from
,draw
Overhaul and Repair, three from $25,000.

Supply, two from Area Wage and IN CONTRAST the base
Classification and one miscellaneous monthly pay of second lieuten-
ants and ensigns would be cut {

Promoted at 0 & R were Bishop $152, and that of majors and lieutenant 1 r

Burmeister, leadingman air- commanders $62.
craft mechanic general thirds There are approximately 28 !

ep to quarterman aircraft me- generals and admirals, 85 lieutenant -

chanic general second 'step; ; generals and vice admirals,

James Daughtery, painter second and 1,162 lower ranking generalsand
step to painter aircraft finish and admirals at present on active -
duty. CREDIT UNION OFFICIALS Here are the elected officials of the lax Navy Credit Union
insignia second step; Marshall who will guide the destiny of the organiiatlon during 1957. Front row are (left to right) Ottis Beck;
Drawdy, helper painter second In-grade pay steps every two Evelyn Clark; William Catrette, treasurer: Harry Jarrard, vice president; Sammie Whlltington,
step to painter aircraft finish years up to six or eight years president; Dorothy Williamson; Umberto Fenula; Andrew Carlson; and Robert Rossini, all members -
and insignia first step; John would be provided in the pro- of the Board of Directors. Second row: Pasquale DiTursl; George McLemore; James Button;
posed new top four EM grades, David Davidson Sr.; and David Williams, DKC, all of. the credit committee. Top row: Cecil Acree,
Fuquay, painter second step to and Arthur Allen, of the supervisory committee; and Charles Hollander, manager. Absent from the
painter aircraft finish and in- although no man of lower rank photo is Joseph O'Connell, of the supervisory committee.
signia second step. would receive a bigger pay check ,
than those in the next higher :
LYDA GIIOLSON, propertyand grade. Under the longevity Anyone For Ceramics?
supply clerk GS-3 to clerk- system -, 0tiW11IL
now in the Committeesaid %
use, Facilities ExpandedThe
stenographer GS-4; Aaron God-
win, upholsterer third step to that 18,000 E-3s get more r4rmk* ceramic activity at the
money than 333,000 'E-4s; and
leadingman aircraft mechanic Hobby Shop is now on a full
100,000 E-6s get more than 5,000 time basis and is'
rubber first step; Johnnie Pand- open during
ley, laborer third step to Indus- E7s. The same situation exists in regular Hobby Stop hours.A .

trial tractor operator first step; officer grades. AFPS Feature new arrangement has
( Weekly )
THE NEW "PROFICIENCY I I which has been in preparationfor
been made to make ceramics
George Quimby, painter second ,
NOMINATIONS for best
.
PAY" (equivalent to a one or over a
step to painter aircraft finish and year. as a hobby, much less expen-
"this and in 56" I
that
insignia second step; and Marion two pay grade advancement), are fallin'gthick Three Dots In the CBS-TV sive to personnel. Molds are
snowflakes in Klon-
Spinks, messenger GS-1 to stock- would apply only to selected as a "Playhouse 90" production of free, paints, glazes and slip
winter about
technicians and leaders and dike right now. "
man first step.ADVANCED. "Massacre at Sand Creek, there are purchased wholesale and
in Supply Department therefore would go to a relatively Among the more authentic, anda were more horses than people in made available in the Hobby

were Mary Dunwiddie, small percentage of enlisted per- possible guidepost to upcoming the cast. The S1SCA'had an offi- Shop retail outlet at the min-

clerk-stenographer GS-3 to clerk sonnel, probably no more than 15 H'wood Academy selections, cial on hand to insure that the imum mark-up allowed by re-
percent of total strength. UnderIt were the recent selections of the .
horses worked
typing GS-4 Francis Gardner only regular gulations.
;
,
New York film Critics, .
supervisory freight traffic GS5to an E-5 would be able to ad- hours Another horsey note An enlisted man is in attendance -
property and supply supervisor vance to the lowest pay of an E-6, Best Picture Around the -It's true that many H'wood at the kilns and mold
GS-7; and Natalie Lariviere, and in a later step move up to the World in 80 Days"; Best Actor- film stars have standins, yet we loft.
typist GS-2 to property and sup- bottom of the E-7 pay bracket, Kirk Douglas, for .his'"role aJ just found out that some trick
ply clerk GS3.Promoted while still retaining his originalE5 ) Vincent Van Gogh in MGM's horses in Never-Never Land

at the Area Wage rating. "Lust For Life"; Best Actress have TWO stand-ins Dinah
and Classification Office were Proficiency pay would be au- Ingrid Bergman, for the title role Shore will be guest host of this

Dorothy House, position classifier thorized only in grades E-4 toES in 20th Century Fox's "Anas- year's St Paul Winter Carnival;

GS-9 to position classifier GS-10; principally where there are tasia," her first American moviein the entire state of Tennessee will FOR RENT

and Elizabeth Nichols, position shortages of skilled personnel.The seven years. ,. have "Dinah Shore ''Days" pro- 2 rm. furn. apt. Roosevelt High
classifier GS-9 to position classi- Committee made it clear Ziegfeld Re -" claimed for the three days Dinah way. Ethel Neil EV-9-6480.

fier GS-10. that no individuals now serving turns The will be in her home state in con- 3 rm. unfurn. apt. $40 per month.

Advanced in miscellaneouswas would receive a pay cut if pro- new "ZiegfeldFollies" nection with the March of Dimesin .Buchanan-CH-9-5969.

Jesse Hicks, helper machinist posals are approved.The will t: late January. 3 rms. furn. Mrs. Marion Breese
third step Overhaul and Repair maximum base pay per open on Broadway 852 St. Clair St. Jar.
month at present and proposed is in late 1 bdrm. furn. cottage. Austin-
Department to toolroom me-
chanic first step Public Works charted as follows: February.Since <, '::>;ft 31 POs EyeWOPromotion EV-8-0451.
Now Pro. the tal- -' Unfurn. 1 bdrm. apt MarquetteAve.
Department.
; :
;
General; Admiral $1,276 $2,000Lt. ented Ziegfeld ( Akins61931.
Gen.; Vice Adm. 1,176 1,750 died in 1933, : Furn. Apt. Marquette Ave. Ak-

Scouting Squadrons Maj. Gen.; Rear Adm. 1,076 1,500Brig. there have Thirty-one top-ranking petty insEL61931.

(Continued from Page 2)) Gen.; 967 1,250Colonel I been attempts i"... 'T,._ __" ,?'_ Bdrm. Lady only. Flowers-EV-
officers aboard the Station have
years duty with VA-175. ; Capt. (Navy) 811 950 I to capture the June Blair 74996.
Reporting aboard in July '49 I Lt. Col.; Comdr. 592 710 I spirit of a Follies-type revue for qualified for consideration by Country home. ReederEV95425. -

at Cecil Field, the home of VA-, Major; Lt. Comdr. 592 53G I the Great White Way; the Shu- the Selection Board for promo .

175 at that time, Chief Talley has,, Capt.; Lt. (Navy) 514 410 I berts' 1944 production was the tion to warrant officers providing Furn. cottage. 4 rms. & bath $25
served under eight different commanding 1st Lt.; Ltjg( ) 413 33 5 I last Bea Lillie and Billy deWolfe they meet the eligibility and per month. EV-9-7329 or EV-

officers and has re: 2nd Lt; Ens. 374 222: will .front the new production, physical requirements.T 9-6827.

ceived two personal letters of w e n t y-seven POs from I Furn. apt. $75 per month. EV-8-
commendation while with the M. NAT 'Center and four from NASJax 2062.
squadron.The took a written exam in, Furn. 2-bdrm. house. Manchester -

cruises he has participated June 1956 and will be up for Rd. $90 per month. Teal-

in with VA-175 are almost too consideration when the board EL-6-1550 after 1300.
meets in February. FOR SALE
numerous to mention, having
1 bdrm. housetrailer. 35-ft '50.
served aboard the USS FranklinD. Those considered at NATTCen

Roosevelt, USS Coral Sea, ter include R. L. Beymer, AE1;t, EV80273. Davis.
USS Wasp, and USS Midway at R. E. Bingham, AE1; W. 0, 2 bdrm. housetrailer. 37'. '51.

various times throughout his tour. Buckalew, AK1; C. A. Foster, Jr., Faubion. EX-8333 or EV-8-

His next duty station will be : AQ1; H. A. Fredericks, AQ1; R 5037.
NAAS Corry Field, Pensacola, fora H. Hardy, AQC; C. W. Hatley,, 2 bdrm. housetrailer. 35-ft. '52.
AEC D. F. Hazeltine AQ1 C. E Azalea) Trailer Pk. Lot 187.
well-earned tour of shore duty. ht ; ;
The only new-comer to the E15 .Henderson, AEI. 2 bdrm. house. $8750. Neal-EV-
90580. Mon. thru
squadron this week is Thomas W4I: ; E. J. Johnson, Jr., AKCA; R,. Thursday.
I 3 bdrm. house. EV-8-1045 after
oj, KozlowskI, AN, who reported in W. Jones, AKCA; D. C. Kella-
from NAS Minneapolis. way, ATI; B. N. Levine, AK1; H 1700.MISCELLANEOUS

McKay, AEC; B. G. Morris,,
Lost Pr. in auto. Call
'T7 EO'' Ir T 'ODt E1it MMCA; K. L. Ney, GF1; J. D. glasses
LO AR F E m { Olson, G. F. C; E. L. Ough, Al. Perkins, Ext. 8439.
nanaa, .n I T E R.Y ;J 4 > s Ride wanted from 35 & Main or
mm. I IMPS ERO M. A. Pace, AQ1; R. P. Reedy 1, Pearl to NAS. 0730'to 1600. Miss
AECA L. M. Rice A01 H. M
U5ERBIOEATE ; ;
IIi.111I' Riley Ext. 526 or EL62229.
MOT .V I: W 5 .anacr I Smith, AQCA: L. E. Severson, 4 .
AMn.TAHOEI it.T Al; P. O. Steinmetz, AD2; G. L "In what direction does the next
rlP5.0lT.ISFSTIT
H.OEAN Thompson, AQC; N. II. Wilson, town lie," a stranger asked the
TIAAL.JEI2CA AECA; T. E. Caraway, AE1. farmer.t .

II I I. B AS IE. N I ''Tit; Ig I//< WARRANT CONSIDERATION Four petty officers from NAS petty officers on the lisl t t "Well," came the reply, "it's

MANIA. ALL EE Aviation Storekeeper School will be considered by the Navy's are G. E. Anderson, ACC; O. BRock liable to lie in most any old direction -
I ISlA L ... ; Selection Board in February for promotion to Warrant Officer.
BM1; A. L. Sides, HM1: but right now it's mostly
Johnson AKCA William Buckalew
Left to right are Edward ;
(Answer to Page 2 Puzzle) AK1; Bernard Levine, AK1; Richard Jones, AKCA. A. J. Kennedy, DKt about fishing.
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