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Creation Date: February 7, 1957
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I Gains Far Outweigh Objections To Survivor Benefits Act \ } 1



Servicemen have raised ((3) The Survivor Benefits Act percent of the member's base for the serviceman himself at Survivor Benefits Act is a law '

some objection to, the Survi does nothing unmarried mem. pay-a decided improvementover age 65, ranging from $30 to to give a "reasonable" measureof

vor Benefits Act, which went bers of the services. the 10-year92.90 indemnity $108.50 in addition to military protection to military members
into effect Jan. 1., but com payment and the old VA com retirement pay.
According to Defense, these obJections who die on active duty. Al
plaints areoutweighed by pensation of $69.60 In peacetimeor Social Security is an invest-
the are far outweighed by though most unmarried mem
many gains under the $87 in wartime.
the ment for the future, officials bers who have no dependent,
law, officials of the Defense advantages of the law The ,
OTHER ADVANTAGEOUSbenefits
Department have revealed. new Dependency and Indemnity point out, and the survivor andretirementbcnefits are young and in their early

Compensation paid through the Include lump sum death derived from years of service, the intent of the

The three major complaintshave VA provides monthly payments payment of $90 to $225; survivor small monthly payments are law is to make these benefits

been: ((1)) termination. of the for life to an un-remarried benefits for dependents of from well worth the cost. available when they acquire
free indemnity
$10,000 necessitating
widow amounting to $112 plus 12 $45 to $200; retirement benefits As indicated by its title, the families.
members of the Armed
'
Forces to pay for their own insurance

while those who entered

the services after April 26, 1951,

having no UGSLI or NSLI rights,

are required to carry commercial 'JflX

policies at higher rates.

((2)) THE SOCIAL Security tax

deduction has in effect served as

a pay cut, with servicemen bear-

ing the cost of their own survivor

benefits. VOL-14 .No. 44 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla. 7 February 1957





Navy Club Elects Wives Proficiency Set As





New Officers ""I i l + 'a HS.: 4: New EM Pay BasisThe

New officers of the Jacksonville
Navy Wives Club No. 86
,
were installed !in impressive candlelight 4.. 1ul, i Cordiner Committee's proposals for enlisted men's

ceremonies held last Fri pay have now been detailed in similar fashion as that of offi

day night at the Seminole Hotel. cer pay listed last week in the Jax Air News. Defense Secre
.,, .
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Chief-of- { s, > 9, tary Charles Wilson has asked "priority consideration" for

staff, Commander Fleet Air Jack- the committee's recommendations and hopes Congress will

sonville, spoke to 'the group and ... act favorably,
-
complimented it on its achieve ...z, t .:, The main feature is replace-
ments. lie pointed out that the ment of longevity pay with in after two years'"service. The
Jax Club is the largest Navy 'a:' starting pay would remain at
} < creases after certain time in
Wives Club in the United States e ; grade and even this does not $99.37, Present E-3 pay can go as
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high as $163.80 for service of 14
and has more national officers 1
< apply to the two lowest grades.
than any other club. t ; :., E-ls and E-2s, regardless of years or more.

Mrs. Barney Meyer, wife of a length of service or time in grade, E-4s with more than 10 years'

DK1 stationed at Cecil Field, was will have only one rate of pay, a service also are liable to a cut in
installed as the new president. straight $78. pay under the new system. In fact

Other newly elected officers included E-4s must make a promotion fast
AS OF NOW E-Is get $78 the
Mrs. Jim Murphy, vice- in order to advance beyond tho

president; Mrs. Homer Smith, corresponding 0, first four months; $83.20 with range of $140.40 after first two
..
four months to two service
years ;
secretary; Mrs. Jack '% years in grade, $180 after four
'1" $98.80 two. to four and
years; The
Clark, recording secretary; Mrs. a f years. present system carries
Don Morris, parliamentarian; $108.60 for all service over four the E-4 as high as 218.40 tor

Mrs. William Botthof, treasurer, > :.:; years. The new pay plan would service over 18 years. His starting
:. cut all back to the original
and Mrs. Rose Wilson, chaplain.The pay (Please turn to Pare 8, Col. 5) _
4: $78 unless the E-l moves to E-2
officers were installed individually ,s at the end of the first four .
with Chaplain Robert months.

Osman presiding over the ceremony KO YU4DelachmentRenarned

and lighting each officer's p,';'M a 9 'S 'F. E-2s, who now move from $85.80
t H.
candle as she came forward to assume : w9 tea,,,; n. ,,;KcQ after the first two years into the VU10Utility

her office. ) ..W.Yi. x..!! ....,...l..L.w .. ..rtixw..ri, ......n yr..wit.. ,.r..x aW. ,.................. ..... $101.40 bracket; at the end of
i* NE.W; NAVY WIVES PRESIDENT Mrs. Barney Meyer, four years to $109.20; and so on Squadron Four, Detachment
newly elected president of the Navy Wives Club of America, Jacksonville up to $132.60 after 10 years serv Two, became Utility
AO-0 School Has No. 86, is shown lighting the "candle of leadership" during ice, must move on up to E-3 at Squadron 10, DetachmentJax
the candlelight Installation ceremony held last Saturday. She is effective Feb. 1.
the wife of Barney Meyer, DK1, NAS Cecil Cleld. the end of two years or be cut
300 GraduatesIn back to $85.80. The change of title involvedthe

transfer of records but
Contest To Name E-3s IN LIKE manner must
Opens will be operated by the same
Three YearsPassing win promotion to E-4 at the end
personnel. The renamed unit
of four years' service in order to
will operate under ComFair-
the 300 mark since its New Enlisted ClubA advance beyond the $117 maximum Jax under the new set-up.

inception three years ago, Aviation pay allowed in this grade

Ordnance Officer School this contest with a $25 first prize opens today to rename

week had 11 enrollees, includingnine the enlisted men's club, which is being remodeled and is ex v.,..,,
Navy Officers and two Marine pected to be completed by midApril.The .yw;

Corps Officers. .
contest has only one primary vision of the contestant. s;". i. : .

Included in the Navy Officers requirement. The new Entries will be Judged by the &/; Yy
were Ltjgs( ) John Marshall and ,,> y ,
Charles Schoonover, and Ensigns name must be either nautical or eight-member Board of Gov e 6: ,, S ,., ,!,
k ..
ernors. The prize will be dividedin
James Bowden, Damian Golla, a Navy term. .
the event of tie.
Frank Keane, Francis Manely, The three-week contest opens ,.. / r
The new name will be selectedto .
Richard Moore, W. J. Mosely III, today and will close Feb. 28.
and David Walters. fit the new EM club, now 4 r'war' k .. f''. i
Entries be
may turned in at the rvF
known as The Anchorage, which
Marine Corps Officers were 1st Jax Air News office, Building 1,
will be remodeled and will have
Lt. Carl Olsen and 2nd Lt. Robert Room 230; at the EM club; or at tx r
new furniture throughout. When '
.
Hillsgrove. the Mainside mess hall. /' 'r 'r
finished, the Club will have a :
The class will be graduated ENTRIES MUST include the I seating capacity of approximately

April 12. name, rate and squadron or di 700 people. .

TUE PRESENT club is being s

I 1369 expanded to include a 75 by 68- ..
POs Exams Next I II
Eye Week foot ballroom with a band stand / w o.V /
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and hardwood floor. The patio

Advancement-in-rate examina on Thursday.At will be somewhat smaller, but s ,

tions will be given next week to Mainside, 98 will go up for will be on the river-front side of 4 Y/i 9i 'r

369 petty officers at NATTCenterand first and 106 for second and at the club and will be partially

NATTCenter, 51 will for covered.
go up
NAS, according to figures released second and 114 for first class. The old facility, located on the '.......mxx..B
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this week by the Information Examinations for aviation elec river and which
and Education was originally a REMAINS AT AK SCHOOL First honor student of Avia-
offices. trician's mate lead the second base fire station, has been divided tlon Storekeeper School to remain aboard as Ship's Company Is
Tests will be given to 157 for class group, while aviation ordnancemen and will be the "P. O. Goldie Fern Tidey, AKAN, of Tempe, Ariz., who was honor
advancement to second class on top the first class examination Club," which will have a hunting student in the first graduating class of 1957. Wave Tidey, who
Tuesday and to 212 for first class had the exceptionally high average of 93 percent, joined the Navy
list
at NATTCenter. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) I in April 1956. She was assigned here bj BuPers.






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/ J11Kur5 Navy Master Seeks Jet Base New VW-4 Scouting, Fasion Six, VA-35, ;donJI;




In Fla. Or Ga. i
Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air I
Station. Jacksonville. Florida
XAS JMkioivlllo The Navy wants a new mas- VW-4 I[land, N. Y.; and Larry
('apt. William S. Ilarrli ___j _________ Commanding Officer either proud to claim Robinson,
Comdr. Robert 1L Smith ___ Executive Officer ter jet air station in VW-4, always r SN, of Compton Calif.,
Fleet Air "adUI. Georgia or Florida, and has the distinction of having the | given their certificate of Mere
Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwrll Commander i release
Cupt S. S. Svarcy. Jr. ,....._____. chief of bun awarded a Jacksonville archi- clearest and most attractive from the Navy last week.

Capt. Bowen F. McLcod Fled Air Willi Klcvci ... Commander tect-engineering firm a $97- squadron spaces completed an- .

('omdr. T. S. White Naval Air Teekal..____._.TraUUg._ Crater.,. Chief Staff Officer 300 contract to prepare a site other round of painting scrub- Fasron C

Capt. Charles L. Moore, Jr. __..- Commanding Officer\ feasibility study. bing and working in preparationfor The league leading Fasron
Comdr. Wilfred K. Fleshmaa _._._ __Executive Officer\ station FAW-11 change of Six
Maval IlMpttU The proposed new last week's I "Gators, Under the watchful

Capt.CaPt. Benjamin Marcy Sbupp N. Ahl .,??,., ., ? Commanding Executive Officer Officer would be capable of handlingall command inspection. I of coach Dill Clause, look like eye a

NAHTU type of Naval aircraft, including Guests of the Huricane Hunters : sure bet for the Mainside Intra.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson Commanding; Officer
Comdr William E. Hardy ? Executive Officer those not yet off the during the week included 15 'mural basketball championships

The JAX AIR NEWS If published at the U. S. Naval Air Station drawing boards. It would be senior girl scouts from the Rick- Co-captains Joe Vasquez andi
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with 'non-appropriated fundsat manned by about 540 officers enbacker Scout Wing of Jack- Hank Stumbo have led
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-33, Rev. with i their
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the and 3,830 enlisted men, sonville and 50 Danish Naval I twelve hoopsters through a 7-i
U.Naval S. Naval Air Technical Hospital.Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and< the more than 160 planes of four Cadets from the sailing ship record.

Service Information fkerAndrew .._.IX Dave Bee e) carrier air groups using the Danmark. The visitors were Fasron Six is happy to welcome .

Staff Reporter Managing- ,I I f'A; Jack Holmes} i Fill; John Isbell SA; new facility. shown a film entitled "Hurricane I the following men aboard:

Ben Sylar, SA; Doug Blowers, AA.The A summary of basic require- Hunters" which features the Edward Freer AN Paul
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the ArmM Forces Press Service, i ; White
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without ments will be compiled after squadron and were given a close ;AA; Billy Garvin AA; Jacob
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Sen Ire. Republication of other
matter, l.iRbJE-V/s.lre publications,' U prohibited without permission ofEditor the site study is completed, up view of a P2V-5 and a WV-3 Browne, AN; Terry Thorsen, AN;
SAX presumably in about three tour of the squadron ,Albert Daker AN
Editorial: offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension plus a ; Robert
8316 216 and 8164.'Pack. __ months. Influencing factors space's. Broome, AN; Fredereck Punti-
will be the topography wea- gam, AN Anthony
Reporting to the squadron ; Weber, AN:

Rats' Give ther, gas, water and power early last week was Robert Ealy Grimes, AN; Gene Barwick,
Supply
supplies, accessibility, land acquisition Wood, AN, from the USS For AN; Robert Wilmeth, AN; and

and other pertinent to VW-3 Jack Mackey AA.
restaL Transferred ,
System A Hard Time factors. Recommendations for Adak, Alaska was Melvin Sen- "* *
off-station housing will also be VA-35
ters, AT2. Ltjg( ) Peter Wendler
. submitted for review by government -
I of Gibsonburg, Ohio; William An all out Navy correspond.
Have you ever been present at an outdoor public event when representatives.
I McLaughlin AG3, of Long IsFIRST ence course drive has been
each member of the audience lighted a match at a signal from the activated
by the MaintenanceChief
announcer? If you have, you saw a pitch dark stadium bloom with a of VA-35 in
an attempt to
golden light as if a giant hand had thrown a master switch. F I
place and rate all
x. > non-rated men
The Match Stunt brings home' wanted four-this time I'll ask __ I in the squadron. This plan] was

the importance of the individualin for[ six and expect four." Unfor- ; : I devised to assure those men

a complex society, and the tunately, mechanized inventory r< truly interested in a rate to remain .

good that can come from every- control is just as sensitive to __ __ in their respective shops in

one working together towardsthe phony demands as to bonafide 7.y' waiver of our current rotation

same goal At work, we too needs. system. Those men who show;

often forget this simple axiom.In What comes next? Job order interest or intention of attaininga

the past few years, the costing is thrown out of kilter as rate will be considered most

Navy has improved inventory material charged to one job ends eligible for mess cooking, permanent .

management, in spite of Tack up on another. Cost accountingtakes plane captain or other general .
Hats" who hoard supplies and duties.
a licking and allotmentsare I'I'.b I's'
upset the whole system. New either "Way over" or "Way Comdr A. E. Brown, turn-

terms have entered the supply under" the estimates. manding officer of VA-35, Lt

manual -provisioning, stratification J. R. Constantine, and Lt G,
Pack Rats Outsmart Themselves
fractionation, and popula- Falter flew to Norfolk Monday to
But the errors do not end
tion. Budgets are based on de- attend E. D. School. This special
there? The Pack Rat, who keeps
mand (issue or usage) which is his weapons school consists of
bench and working spaces
correlated with ship tonnage, cluttered with a miniature Naval a complex three week course to

steaming hours, aircraft flying I familiarize our pilots with atomic
I Supply Depot, creates fire and
hours and manpower requirements :safety hazards. Dust, vermin weapons delivery techniques.
and the whole works Congratulations are in order
abrasions
corrosion
I heat and
this week for two Airmen in VA-
moisture take their toll. By the
I 35, who have tied the maritaJ
.
time the item is needed, chancesare < -

r it is worthless. __p m_ ... _,.. ,_.__ knot. Donald Lambert and Sue
Miller were married in Folk'
Not only that-if the hoard is AVFUND SCHOOL
still usable, its usage is not recorded Japanese Officer OFFICER Ltjg( ) Rikuro ston, Ga., on January 16 and are
Aoyama of the Japanese Nary, presently residing with her par
The proper wheels do who is the first officer to attend ents in Starke, Florida The otheris
not turn. In many cases, a future First To Enroll Aviation Fundamentals
Ralph E. Blosser, and Myrtle
stub requistion will find the item Class P School at NATT-
"not-in-stock." Items Center gets a few pointers Ann Degely, who were married
4 issues showing no At AvFund SchoolLtjg from his instructor M/Sgi. Carl last Saturday is Georgia, and
are eventually dropped
Johnson on the operation and plan to settle in Jacksonville.
from stock. The Pack Rat doesn't procedures of the drill
press. .
beat the system-he defeats him ( ) Rikuro Aoyama of the

f/ self. Japanese Navy has the distinctionof Four Ala. Insurance
""""""
being the first officer to attend Comdr.
Fitch
thrown in the hopper of the electrical Economy Depends on Command Aviation Fundamentals ClassP Firms In ReceivershipFour
Who can stop this waste and
accounting machines. The School at the Naval Air Tech-
return the material to the Supply Out After 20 Alabama insurance com
answers that the machines pro- nical Training Center. ;
Officer's control for panies liability
proper : selling automobile
duce are, of course, properly sea- Ltjg( ) Aoyama, who is attend-
storage and accounting? have been receivership
Open placed in
soned with human judgement for drawer material inspections con- ing various schools at this com- Gets SS Post the superintendent of insurancefor

effective use. mand, will return to Japan as
ducted by alert Division Officers, the State of Alabama has in-
Stub Requisition System Department Heads and Shop instructor at the Maritime Serv- Comdr. William R. Fitch NAR- formed'the Navy.

What is the basic documentthat Superintendents ice Defense Force in Yokosuka. TU administrative officer bade
will expose the The action by the Circuit COUP
sets the Navy Supply Sys- hoarded material that is the vil- After completing A v Fun farewell to shipmates and friends of
Montgomery County Ala., can
,
tem wheels in motion? The Stub lain of the piece.'Only proper School he will then attend the this week at a party given in his celled the policies of: Trans-

Requisition. From it stem stock training of personnel in materials AO-A School, and then on to In- h nor at the NARTU Enlisted American Insurance Company

status reports shipment orders, requisitioning can solve the structor-Training School.lie Club.A Professional Mutual Casualty

procurements, and budget re- problem at the is a graduate of Tohoku
Contracts and source. former whitehat, he retiredto Company Inc.; Lawyers Fire and
quirements. purchase -
orders are required to re- Don't forget "If one will do, University where he was gradu- civilian life after 28% years Casualty Company; and Legal
don't take two." ated with a degree in Mechanical and Mutual Insurance
the attended school there. He also Company.
shelves emptied
by
plenish I
He also attendedthe
(From Pacific Supply Letter Engineering. active
lowly "stubs." duty. I These companies should not be
Nov. 1956.) Naval College in Tokyo wherehe
Who is the man who controls studied Aeronautical Engi- He was born in Dccorah Iowa confused with companies having

this basic document? You do, Employees' FederationTo neering. attended Long Beach Junior College similar names operating under the

"Mr. Stub Requestor." You UCLA, and Northeastern laws of other states.

should ask for exactly the item Gather Feb. 12 Ordnanceman School University at Boston, Mass. Personnel insured with any of

you need and the quantity you An interesting meeting for all Commander Fitch enlisted in the effected insurance companies
members of Honors Go To Wills should take appropriate action to
need. But too frequently "Mr. Lodge 696, American the Navy in 1926 and since that

Stub Requestor" does not stop Federation of Government Employees James Wills, AOTAN, was the time has seen much of the United obtain new automobile liability

there! He manufactures fictitious has been scheduled for honor student in last week's States and several foreign countries insurance. BuPers Notice 1741

demands under the guise of: 2000 Tuesday Feb. 12, at the graduating class from Aviation lIe was commissioned an shall be cancelled when the above

"Margin for breakage" "Just Incase Odd Fellows Club, 220 East Mon- Ordnancemen School Class A at Ensign in 1942. action. has been taken, and for

I run out," "Maybe I should roe StreetOf NATTCenter.Wills record purposes on April 1, 1957,
I lIe reported to NARTU Jax in
Increase the order by ten more particular interest to all
of Dallas Texas, who
April 1954 and in addition to being September 1956.Immediately .
units" "I think that is the part" members will be the report of joined the Navy in September, Administrative Officer was upon retiring,

111 saw off that tubing and the Fifth Council Meeting which i 1955, will report to the Special Communications and Welfare and Commander Fitch reported to
Deep Six the rest." "Last time I] was held in Albany Georgia.
I Weapons Unit at North Island, Recreation Officer He was promoted work at the Naval Air Station as
got two reams of paper when ]I All members are urged to attend. I California. to his present rank in assistant Special Services Officer


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4t NAS Nears


Contracts for public works

ville, amounting to nearly $3 million,

the landscape and bringing new

tivities to the immediate area.

All contracts were let in 1956
i bombing
and are due for completion this
Camp ;
d year. The major item in cost and ice and

significance 62x295 foot wing k R ;
added to the Operations buildingand

costing $687,466 is not being
listed ;
paid for by the Navy at all
the Navy {
-, but by the Air Force. The first tion
,
fI
deck of the wing, now under con
> : ;
'''. _V struction, will be used by the Air
repair
NEW PHOTO LAB The new Fleet Reconnaissance Laboratory, going up at the corner of Saratoga Force and represents the first increment -
I and Ballard Streets, will be completed In April at a cost of 1324,619. The new lab will Incor- of the joint Navy, Air In
porate the! present photo lab now in the Operations Building, and will be engaged in important Force and Civil Aeronautics Administration struction,
photographic works.
.. .,,- .. Radar Air Traffic

;t.tie Control Center.. other tronics

*)* 4 TilE CONTRACT also calls for NAAS

erection of four antennae towers,

and, by means of a change orderin

the contract, a 20x20 foot pent-

house to be paid for and used by
the CAA. '

Funds for the Navy's portion of

the facility, a second deck pro- At

(Prepared by NATTC Librarian viding 4800 square feet of area,

for all Navy libraries in the area) have been appropriated and design The U

work already started. The Annapolis
Let Ernuu Do It: A skilled and
CAA also will build an area of dium!
painless dissection of Ermaandit 5500 its That's
square feet for own use.
is something of a mystery to t* S. I could
t When RATCCcnlcr, as it is see

most of us! Erma, in case your'rc called, is complete and in full op were

marking this down as the latest 3$ ; e, w eration, some very essential work funds

gory story of murder, concerns will be performed there. citizens,
.
4
the Electronic Recording Ma-

chine-Accounting (that's Erma'sfull NEXT IN LINE ACCORDING adequate.

name), Here is the full storyof to cost is construction of a con- The

automation which, incidently, crete taxiway 1231 feet long and

will make Erma quite reasonableand .mod I 75 feet wide, connecting the cast- profit,

attractive to those who have : west runway to the northeast owns 101
not understood her influence in parking area of Hanger 122. The to the 4)i

$610,922 contract includes site for
the modern world.Fundamental. .... con- a
Mathematics: JOINT TRAFFIC CENTER The first deck of the Joint crete parking aprons near Hangars NAAA
116, 117 and 118. The comple- one
Never do we have enough mate Navy-Air Force-Civil Aeronautics Administration Radar Air Traffic -
Control Center, Is scheduled for completion in April. Consisting tion date is March 2.
rial on this subject! We hope of 2x295 added to the Hulld-
a new wing present Operations 77x23 foot radio receiver building the
this new publication will answer inr, from which this photo was snapped the facility will also lion
the needs of students and the in include four 100-foot antenna towers. Cost of construction, set at and a 71x23 foot radio trans-
terests of instructors. $687,466, Is being borne by the Air Force, with the Navy and CAA mitter, located at the northeast The
paying for subsequent construction on the same project. corner of the Station, will cost finance
Sound of Guns: Ordnance men $484,369 and should be ready for dous

take note-and others will find Propose Single Quarters AllowanceFor use in early July. dium. The
the story of the American artillery interest. '

a fascinating volume as the Married In UniformA THE NEW FLEET Reconnaissance Navy i
Couples
development is traced from the Laboratory, incorporating needed.

first cannon of early settlers to proposal to permit a married couple, both of whom are in I the "Photo Lab" now in the Operations All

the atom cannon and the guided military service to collect one "family style" quarters allowance is Building, and Logistic

missile. in the cards at the Pentagon.If Airwing Terminal is nearing com- Stadium

Carde DeHaitl, 1915.1934: For passed the new law would -which might make an enlisted pletion with the ready date set names
all students of our military his for April 21. Erected at a cost of the
supplement HR 3028, already in husband the "dependent" of his
tory, but especially for the Marines $324,619 the building will be'used l
officer wife. Some couples too
,
which
Congress forgives over-
,
for highly classified
Material covers the 20 photo- cally to
would actually get less in the
years of organization and train. payments of some $500,000 in family style allowance than they graphic work. It is located on cer, NAS t

ing given to the Haitians by the quarters money to 1800 Air get now. Ballard near Saratoga.

U. S. Marine Corps-action which Force women during the three But advantages' of the family I Lesser construction includes a rectly to
has had little written aboutit.
very helicopter rotor blade test stand;
before April 12 1954.
years BAQ will probably go to more

couples, since it would be payable -
Tribe That Lost Its Head: One whenever the couple live CROSSWORD
BOTH PROPOSALS intended
of those titles which could mean are together whether or not single ACftOltcompart s..
to help "members mar- ij---
practically anything. It is the quarters are available to the t-l.lnala..
latest book by the author of The ried to each other. Before 1954 woman. The new allowance I-1'1..s m' nt IL : : n
rules their entitlement
the on to
Cruel Sea. Action-and there's would be forfeited, however, It t-cu. of moat I- .
: basic allowance for -8are4
'INI.
quarterswere r-
'
it! takes aroundan '
plenty of place whenever the couple occupy -llUturo. .
imaginary African tribe and confused, with many commanders government quarters. 14-blackWrd Southern'I '". ....... h :

an island in revolt I declaring quarters not *-T1l Un print JI z& 1
I F
I*-lmp ,
available for the women members s
Strangers In The Universe: A I*-8maU ptg l IK
Chief Kladck Retires
and paying BAQ even KncouiUer v ZS // .
good thick volume to intriguethe though single quarters were 11-Crony leoHoq) / :
Piped over the side with full lUphaunl It ,a
number of science ViOIci
growing available. The result was that Moodetform I
honors as fellow chiefs acted as
fiction readers.
both husband and wife drew the M-ConMimtd w u
Pork Chop Hill: Korea in the single BAQs. sideboys, Frank Kladek, AQC, of t;-warm
:I-Having broad
spring of 1953 is the background the Career Appraisal Team at the flat brM.ttMiAt r""r'm" n"
Gen .
In 1954 the Comptroller
':
for a discussion of the 8th Armyin I -O..thln. .
Naval Air Technical Training q W. "lIf'
eral ruled that where any kindof that plac '
action. S. L. A. Marshall an abbe.) /
quarters were available, fam- Center, was retired to the Fleet :0 Steers: K ..

infantry operations analyst, con- ily or single, for the women, they I Reserve, Friday, after 20 years of Nrwwpaper.alCnlll'-
centrates on the men involvedin Naval Service. :-t-Cmm s. SI I
could not collect BAQs, and in t
the action producing a very ...- 4-fl ct .
consequence about 1800 women 1 'Mor* tan 5*
moving document of human ex I-'Hrr* were tapped for repayment of BC-BS Payments Due *T-Cltr In Italy
perience. _.._ .
improper allowances. IYCIou >tofi-
Monthly payments for Blue '
I- | ( +/rr.eIrlu
Preventive Maintenance Of Cross-Blue Shield plans are due *t-lart. of -II'r' rerlmmtrm tlra'e
,,
Electronics A ;-\\ fr-U.Irrrslty la
Equipment: U-Ort"ntA'
Feb. 11-12, policy holders are i/-C1ung.a Color N.o' Tarp Stall ft-mak.
THE SECOND PROPOSALwould ,
straightforward presentation of reminded. d r I-{;,,, ...... s.s--
allow a "with dependents"BAQ ;3cnftb'Trkt1i Nulde
I-"lral.
electrical maintenance particu -...---- 'Crend Metal
larly suited to shipboard use but to the in-service couple. Dog story for dog lovers .*. DOWN t--Parl ., bud M-
-R.lelll .
r1-Olrr
of interest to all our personneL Apparently the BAQ will be Kin Tin Tin has been named t-'n.. measure 11-1r1' namo 13-a.p..to
J-Clrr_ ...
Transistors Ia Radio And paid to the family unit, using the "Movie Star I Would Most Like :: -aam1I4gb I I: Ant rout.1-U:" .5&.t'

Television: A new McGraw-Hill rank of the senior member as To Be Pawed By" by a group of 1a-1ta.p.1-

publication in an important field. the basis for figuring the amount :starlets (and his press agent). (Answer oa Pare I, Col. )



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Pago 4 JAX AIR NEWS 7 February 1957


With TheToastmasters AWCO's Second


Seminar To End



The MarNav-Easy 7 Club No. Here FridayA I

2280, held it's regular Thursday two-week '
seminar
meeting at the CPO Club. Toast- on posU
classification
tion and
master for the meeting was Ed wage administration -
with 14 civilian
Gottlieb. Howard Heck per.
spoke on
sonnel officers and technicians
"Perseverance; Paul Reeves on in
attendance, will conclude
at NAS
"Higher For
Pay Technicians"; Jax Friday.
Ralph Davies on "Your Finan-
cial Future"; ; and Fred Vinson Second such seminar conducted
spoke on "Individual Differ by the Area Wage and Classification

ences." Office, the present session
u 3r has attracted representatives
Harold Fredericks presented from five southeastern

table topics, and Phil McCready southwestern states, plus Guam and

acted as general evaluator for J*: Canal Zone, and Puerto Rico. ,
the meeting. Runoffs to select theClub's THE SEMINAR*offers
training
representative in the
A to personnel who will administer
:"ea contest, should be com- .
position classification
----
and
pleted by February 15. IIERE FOR SEMINAR Some H civilian personnel officers and technicians representing administration programs wage
the Area Wage and Classification when
various commands will wind up a two-week seminar Friday sponsored by classification
Navy Civilian ToastmastersClub Office. Personnel In attendance shown with local AWCO members are, front row (left to authority is dele-
right) Evelyn Perkins, NAAS Mayport; k F.. McCormick, MCAS Miami; Harriet Springer,, NS gated to their activities. First ofa
of Jacksonville has been Green Cove Springs; W. II. Juergens, NATTC Norman, Ok a.; Henry Bauer, MSTS New Orleans; series of such courses was held
designated club No. 2366 in the Gertrude Black, NAS New Orleans; A. F. Rocchio, DWPO> 15 ND, Canal' Zone; Graham }'razelle/ here last December.
long chain of Toastmasters International NSD Guam, M. I.; Ann Carrico, NSD Shumaker, Ark. Ruth Echols, USRL Orlando. Back row (I left
it was reported by to right) C. Aubrey Silver, AWCO Jax; Mary Selby, NAS Jax; Perm Bankester, NAAS Whiting Some 18 to 20 groups of occu-
Field; Larry Ponder, AWCO Jax; Lloyd Grable, AWCO Jax; MOll Wortham, NSD> McAteter, Okla.; pations, with all their different
president Gordon King at Tues Joseph Funston AWCO Jax; Dorothy House, AWCO Jax; John Burton, AWCO Jax; Elizabeth Ni- phases and characteristics, are be-
day's session. scholl, AWCO lax; and John Werner, Hdqtrs 10ND, San Juan, P. R. ing discussed by the group. Mem-

Highlighting Tuesday's meet- bers of the AWCO staff sit in on

ing were three "icebreakers" by You Can Save Tax Bucks Extend Reduced daily sessions with visiting per-
Rod Pinney, Bill Clearman, and sonnel and operating supervisors.

Gordon King. Each spoke on "My Furlough Rates ATTENDING the seminar are

Life," with Leonard Eubanks, FormThis Reduced rail and bus fares Harriet Springer, Naval Station

Ray evaluators.Datres, and Dick Silbernagelas & By Selecting Right for military personnel on leaveor Green Cove Springs, Fla.; Anne

Carrico, Naval Ammunition De-
pass, and in uniform, have
Toastmaster for the programwas ( Is the second of a series of articles on federal income tax been extended to the middle of pot, Shumaker, Ark.; Murl
T. A. Wilkinson, with Ray Wortham, Naval Ammunition Depot
filing. The articles are based, on information provided by the American this year. -
Forrest in charge of table topics. McAlester, Okla.; W. II Jur-
Institute of Accountants.) Round trip rates, which are
Andy Planey was "er" counter, gens, Naval Air Technical Train-
with Mike Cascone as., timekeeper. The government gives you the alternative of using the simplified tax exempt, will be in effect on ing-Center, Norman, Okla.; Eve-
stateside railroads until June
Aubrey Silvey delivered the income tax form 1040-A, the "short form" 1040 or the "long lyn Perkins, NAAS Mayport, Fla;
30 and bus lines until 31
invocation. form" 1040, depending on the amount and circumstances of your July Gertrude Black, NAS New Or-
1957.
income. Selection of the wrong form may cost you unnecessary tax leans, La.; A. F. Rocchio, District

dollars. Public Works Office, 15ND Canal
Navy Jax Toastmasters met at The easiest form to file is the butions.IT Zone; G. H. Frazelle, Naval Sup-
the Officer's Club Thursday 1040-A, and according to Treas- amount. of refund you have com IS IMPORTANT to remem- ply Depot Guam; John Warner,

Night, with Lcdr. Dan Horne ury records, one out of four ing.SHOULD ber that if you incur such ex- Headquarters 10ND, San Juan,
acting as Toastmaster. taxpayers use it. To be eligibleto YOU decide to use penses as transportation, mealsor P. R.; Henry Bauer, MSTS New

Colonel Timm won the speak- file a 1040-A form your total the regular form 1040 you still lodging in connection with Orleans, La.; R. F. McCormick,

er's elimation contest with his income must be less than $5,000, have the choice of itemizing de- your work, check carefully the MCAS Miami, Fla.; Ruth Echols,
address on "Radiological Defense I consisting entirely of wages sub- ductions or using a standard de- instruction book to find how Underwater Sound Reference

Measures." Also speaking were ject to withholding (or of wages, duction which amounts to about these expenses may be deducted Laboratory, Orlando, Fla.; Mary

Captain Gilbert, Captain Sasser, I dividends, and interest, providingnot 10 per cent of your income. If even though you decide to use Selby, NAS Jax; and Perry

CWO Holloway, and Comdr. more than $100 of such in- your income was less than $5,000 the standard deduction.If Bankester, NAAS Whiting Field,,

Woodside, who delivered his Icebreaker I come came from a source outside and you use the standard deduc- your deductions are close to Florida.

on "Me, Myself and I." that listed on your W-2 slips). tion, you determine your tax 10 per cent, it is wise to itemize 4Scouts .
THE SIMPLIFIED form makesno from the special table given in them and figure your tax both
Table Topics were directed by"Casey" the instruction
provision for "Head of House book. ways to see which results in the To 1bidCamp
Jones, the subject "I hold" status or itemized deduc- You are likely to save by smaller tax.
"
Have Something You Want. tions. If you use this form the itemizing deductions if you: Most married couples save tax
erall Sal
government will figure your tax (1)) Own real estate. dollars by filing a joint return instead -

Court and send you either a refund or (2)) Had unusual medical ex- of separate returns. This i is
Supreme a bill, if you so desire. penses. because the tax is figured on a Celebratin{ February as "Scout

However, for the first time this ((3)) Had deductible child-care joint return as if the husbandand Month," the North Florida Council

Rules No Holiday year, you can compute your own expense. wife each had one-half the has planned a Camperall for
;tax on form 1040-A and either (4)) Suffered losses from fire, I total income (even though the tomorrow and Saturday at Wil-

For WWII send in the balance due with the storm, accident or theft. wife may actually have had no lowbranch Park on Park St.
:
Pay return or show thereon the (5)) Made fairly large contrI- income). Income-splitting, as i iis it Explorers and Boy Scouts will

The United States Supreme .a...>. ..;, called, may bring" the couple camp overnight in the park, while
Court has ruled that Navy De- down into a lower tax bracket. Cub Scouts will participate in the

partment per diem employeesare WATCH FOR the exceptions event on Saturday. Parents of
not entitled to additional pay however. If you had capital 1 Cubs are urged to take them to

for work on holidays during losses or unusually high medical the Camperall during the day in

World War II. ,Y.Pt2. r 3 $ expenses, you will be wise to order that they may see "scout-
figure both jointly and ing at its best."
separately
The decision of the Supreme Feb. 10)) wills
to see which results in Scout Sunday (
Court reverses the ruling of the be services
observed by special
United States Court of Claims tax.If
on held in Catholic -
the NAS Chapels.
you are supporting a dependent *
12 1955 that diem
July Navy's per and Cub
Explorers Boy Scouts
and maintain ,
a home for
workers entitled addi-
were to
at St.
that Scouts will attend Mass
person although
tional you are
pay.However
single, widowed, divorced or Edward's Chapel at 0845. Protestant -

the decision of the legally separated, you may be Explorers, Boy Scouts and
Supreme Court closes the case able to qualify as a "head of Cub Scouts will attend services

and at the same time precludesthe household," and figure your tax at All Saints' Chapel at 0915.

possibility of graded (per an- on a special table which gives The annual Cub Scout Blue-

num) employees from receiving you part of the advantage en and-Gold Banquet will be held

additional pay for holidays joyed by married couples filing Thursday, Feb. 21, with detailsto
worked during World War II. joint returns. be announced later. _

Quoted below is the published Also, if your husband or wife

syllabus of the Supreme Court's died in 1954 or 1955, and you
decision: "Government Personnel rr., have as a member of your house Training Center Ships

Holiday Pay. Navy Depart- hold a dependent child or
step Over 35 In January'Nearly
ment per diem employees who I child, you are entitled as a "surI
received regular rate of pay on I viving spouse" to the same in tripling its monthly -

holidays designated for all federal come-splitting benefits this yearas average of 1956, the Enlisted

employees as regular work days I you would have on a joint re Personnel Office at the Naval
during World War II are not entitled I turn- unless you remarried be Air Technical Training Center

to extra day's pay for each ..N .p: fore the end of 1956. during January shipped our
holiday worked, since Joint Reso- Y .f V THE 35 enlisted personnel.
.,. PRIVILEGE to file
lution of January 6, 1885, granting -- as a In contrast to the large number -
VALENTINE FOB VALENTINE Pfc Theodore surviving spouse applies to the only 1
such right, was repealed in toto Valentine of of reenlistments,
first
New Philadelphia, Ohio now attending Aviation two years following the
of June 29 Eleetridan'IMate inactive
by joint Resolution ,, three discharges to
School at NATTCrnter, does his buying of presents at the Navy year in which your husband
1938. (U.S. V. Bergh, No. 17))." Exchange for the day honoring his namesake St. Valentine. wife died. or duty were issued. _






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I Former Danish Sailor Enlightens Danmark j J



Crew Members On 'U. S. Way' During Tour 1 _


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___ When the square-rigged sailing the U. S. Coast Guard. since he sailed on the Danmarkin

ship Danmark, bearing 116 ca- WHEN THE WAR was over 1939, although his mother
dets, sailed up the St. Johns not all of the Danmark's crew visited here three years ago. He
River late Sunday afternoon, returned with her. Probably the has learned to speak "American"so

Jan. 27, Navy and city officials warmest welcome given her fluently, with just a trace of
were on hand to greet her. when she appeared again in accent, that he finds himself

The vessel's commanding offi- Jacksonville waters was that of groping for Danish words. He .
T't
cer, Capt. Knud L. Hansen, the Paul Erik Munkhof, a former seldom gave thought to his old

cadets and the crew were givena crew member who in 1944 joinedthe life.NOT 'i. .
,FK big official welcome, warmedby U. S. Navy and became a UNTIL HE stood on the 1
recollections of the Dan- naturalized citizen shortly there- dock watching his old ship approach

mark's previous visit here in after. and later boarded her
1940. Then the visit was neces- Munkhof is well establishedhere and found several former ship

sarily extended when Denmarkwas now, married to a Jackson- mates among the present crew
occupied by the German ville girl and an employee of the and staff, and heard again the
armies. Unable to return to home Navy Exchange since 1946. He language of his youth, did Munk-
port, she offered her services to has not been back to Denmark hof feel that tug to the heart

.. ,,, ::: I I ADMIRE AMERICAN PRODUCTS An American made Eager to extend Southern hos-
i movie projector in the Navy Exchange Main Store wins the admiration pitality, and at the same time
, of two crew members of the Danish training ship Dan- proudly show the visitors some
mark which last week revisited lax after a 16-year interval. Cadet thing of his work with the Navy
Jesper Usslng (left) and chief carpenter Erik Rasmussen were
amazed at the big variety of merchandise on display at Jax Ex- Exchange, Munkhof invited three
changes. The cadets on their Exchange tour were guests of Paul cadets and the ship's chief car-
Erik Munkhof (right), former member of the Danmark's crew, penter aboard the Station. They
now employed by the Navy Exchange. were delighted. They came

equipped with American money .'
New to buy American goods to take
Queries Concerning
I back to families and sweet

Medicare Act Answered hearts.
WHAT DID THEY BUY? Alligator

Q-My wife wants to get her 2 bags, preferably with
cavities can this be taken care of head attached-because who in
teeth checked. If, she has any
under the new medical law?- Denmark ever saw an alligator?

SP2 L. Records-no rock an' roll, but
A-No. Dental care is not au- classical music chiefly by the

thorized under Medicare. The German composers. Cigarettes, of
only treatment of the type would course, filtered. They like Amer-
have to be performed in the civilian ican brands better than Euro-

hospital as a necessary ad- pean because "they are not rolled
SALTY HUMOR FROM junct to the medical or surgical too hard and the tobacco is

HERE AND THEREA procedure. (Dental treatment at finer cut." And dungarees for
military facilities within the wear aboard ship.
small retailer had been trying: United States Is limited to temporary The
--------- --- ---- --- ----------- prices in the Exchange
for months to collect an overduebill. i work performed to relieve OGLE AMERICAN LIFE VIA MAGAZINE Magazines pop- store-whIch they explored ea-
All his threats were disre i pain and suffering. No permanent ular with U. S. Navy men go begging on the racks at the Navy gerly-made a big impression.The .
garded. As a last resort, he senta ,restorative dentistry will be Exchange while these two Danish cadets, from the Danish training Danish
American Home whose pictorial displays of Navy operates aship's
tearjerking letter, accompaniedby ship Danmark, select
done) modern American kitchen entrance them. Cadet Henrik Peytz store, "but nothing is sold
a snapshot of his little daughter. Q-I'm overseas now and my liked the colorful but
(left) and Cadet Bjorn Nielson particularly necessities like soap and
Under the picture he wrote: I wife and child are back in kitchens planned with attractive eating space, something never shaving creams," The extent of
"The reason I must have the Wyoming. If she needs hospital seen in Denmark where gas-plate cooking and small crowded the merchandise displayed, and

moneyl"The treatment, does she just go to our areas.are customary. .. .. ., the discounts favoring the American
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reply was a photo of a family doctor-Pfc. W. ::, /r ;
r--: <) serviceman and his depend-
blonde in a bathing suit, labeled: Basically, that's right. For ents in the local Exchanges wasa
"The reason I can't pay." 1 injury or illness resulting in r'l I real eye-opener to the Danes.
her hospitalization, she'll be eli- :'
'W,1 AT THE MAGAZINE rack,
Just before Will Rogers first gible for care by her civilian I : two of the cadets stopped to
met President Coolidge one of doctor in a civilian hospital. But
pick up a copy of-no, not Esquire
Will's friends said, "I'll bet you in going to her doctor she would .'; or Life! they wanted

can't make Cal laugh in two have to have identification showing i American Home, which carried
min 'tes." her dependency status and
big colorful layouts of modern
"I'll bet he laughs in 20 sec- eligibility for the civilian care American kitchens. The built-in

onds," answered Will. program. ovens, the counter arrangement! ,
Then came the introduction: the
cavernous refrigerators
,
"Mr. Coolidge, I want to intro- Income Forms MailedTo washing machines-all that most
duce Mr. Will Rogers."
people here look
on as neces-
Will held out his hand, looked Widows, ChildrenAnnual sities, appeared as dreamed of

very confused, then said, "Excuseme income questionnaireshave luxuries to the cadets who remembered -
I didn't quite get the name." been mailed to veterans and small cramped kitch-

widows and children of deceased ens, cooking on gas plates and

"Look, Mother! yelled little veterans who arc receiving pen- no eating space at all.

Willie. "There's a big black bear sion, the VA announced. To top off the day, a stop at
out in the back yard." Those who received the ques- the Navy Exchange snack bar

"Now, Willie, you know per- tionnaires are urged to fill themin where hamburgers (ngt knownin
fectly well that's Tom Jones' dog. completely and return them Denmark), hot dogs (intro-
Now go straight to your room immediately to the VA office. duced throughout Europe by the .

and kneel down and ask God to Unless completed questionnairesare '.. ------_..,._._ ----- GIs), milk shakes and banana
forgive you for telling a lie." returned to the VA within 30 ENJOYING AMERICAN PASTIME Hamburgers, hot splits were gobbled down with
Willie was back downstairs ina days, pension payments will be dogs, and splits made up the welcome snack enjoyed by four the same enjoyment typical of
few moments. stopped, it's stressed.Questionnaires Danish cadets on their tour of Navy Exchanges in the Jax area,
mailed out with Paul Erik Munkhof, formerly of the Danmark's crew, as sailors of every Navy in the
"
"Yep, I did, said Willie, "and are
host. Hot dogs, they said had been sold in Denmark since the world.
He said it was all right. God said yearly because disability and WWII GI invasion, but hamburgers were new. Left to right are .
the first time He saw Tom Jones' death pensions are subject to an- cadets Jesper Ussing; Henrik PeyU; Bjorn Nielson; and chief carpenter -
dog He thought it was a bear nual income limitations. Erik Rasmussen.. Flies Around The
Himself." -


A tourist.went. into*a dimly lit II[New A-Carrier To Equipped With Amazing Radar |Ii l World Eugene BackwardsAirman Priess, 21, of

bar in South Africa. Next to him An "amazing" new radar has a range of about 300 miles. [our sides of the square-shaped Baldwin, Mo., can say that he has
on a stool sat a perfectly formed Since this type of radar can- "island" control station on the flown around the world back-
man in a military uniform-only system able to "see" hundredsof wards.
not bend around the earth'scurvature night deck.
six inches high. miles beyond the horizon low silhouettes or Unlike present radar, the He was a crew member of one
The tourist stared increduously, will be a feature of the Navy's
the of the B-52 inter-continental
beyond jet
until the bartender said, "Don't low flying planes antennae will not rotate, but
newest thing in carriers-the horizon cannot be readily de- bombers that recently completed
you know the Myjor, sir?" and will pick up ship, aircraft,
red the historic flight around the
85,000-ton atomic-p o w e tected.
reached across the bar to pick the
little fellow flattop that will cost $310 mil- The new radar uses elec- buoys, land, cloud formationsr world in 45 hours.

The tourist up.shook his head. lion to build. tronic principles not yet de- ) any other projections above As tail gunner he refused to go
will be equippedwith lassified. The atomicpowred the water for several hundred forward for relief as did the tail-
"Speak Myjor" said the The carrier
bartender. up"Tell, the ,damn Yank a newly developed radar carrier will be equippedwith miles around by means of a gunners in the other planes. He

about the time called the antenna that may double the four fixed antennae about rotating electronic pickup inside I insisted on flying around the
you
witch doctor a bloody fool." range of existing radar which rive stories high built into the the control station. world backwards.



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Fliers Oppose .., '



Jax U Tonight JAX RSPORTS :


Jax Navy Fliers' three-game NEWS ,

home winning streak was rudely "
,
halted by a band of tall Gibbs .

Vikings last Thursday on the

homo hardwood with the Fliers
taking a 109-54 beating. Champ'ship Golf Merrill\ Rolls 205

The Vikings completely con To Pace EM\ Wives
trolled the boards with their In
superior Play Progress
Mary Merrill bowled game of
height and
thereby hangs
last week's action
205 to highlight
to story. First of four rounds of the
in the Enlisted Mcns Wives
The regional AAU champs Naval Air Station Championship Bowling League at the Naval Air
Golf Tournament have been com.
moved to a 57-25 halftime lead Technical Training Center. Her ..
In results of the championship
pleted.
and the rout was on. Mel Thompson game of 205 along with games of
flight I. R. McLcnaghan
of the Vikings was high mari 160 and 170 was good for a series
with 26 points, with Frank De- defeated D. E. Mixon 1 up; D. E. of 535. .
Bernard over W. L. Lyons, 4&5;
Mcnt the only Fliers man able to EM Wlrei Bowline
hit in double figures. He looped Lou Chaff beat J. Dierker, 4&3; Won LrMt
Iff. II. Webb won over R. E. Reed, :2 Trailers SUnkrra 14 16 10 8

The scheduled fracas with the up; R. C. Taylor defeated F. R. Split Woodpecker* 12 n 12 11

University of Florida B team last Richard, 2 up; T. Gallagher beat Deuce* 11 ISKool

Friday was cancelled. The Fliers W. J. Stradcr 1 up; J. A. Fuller Katz 10 10 14Mn 14Choppcrf

were on the road Monday at defeated R. B. Burton, 1 up. I i' U 10 14

Pensacola, with no results avail Highlight was the J. P. Stulz-

able and were slated to meet Mike Benak match. The two

Green Cove Navy last night were tied at the end of 18; after Tennis Team Has

Tonight the Fliers trek to Jax: 27 holes of play the two were

to do battle with the Jacksonville still tied and at the end of 36 Only 2 Returning

University quint at Swisher gym holes of play J. P. Stutz finally

and Friday travel to Savannah to came out on top, 1 up. Built around two veterans of

meet Savannah River Defense Results of the other three last season's squad, the Jax Navy

, Area. Monday they go to Bartow flights are on display at the golf tennis team held its first tryouts
Fla. AFB and Tuesday move over shack. this week on the Station courts.

to Pinecastle, Fla. AFB. The two top men in the Championship Hunter Bell of Aviation Ordnance

Coach Frank McCaffrey's lads flight will play a final Officers School and Jim

return home Feb. 14 with .36 hole match while top men in Brown, of VP- 8, are the two

Charleston Navy providing the the other three flights: will playa returning veterans, leaving team

opposition and Feb. 15:) play host 18 hole fmal match for number positions wide open for new
to the rival Pensacola Navy com comers.
one position in their division.
bine. Bell last finalist in
year was a
The final matches will be
I I the Sixth Naval District doubles
SCRAMBLE -. Scottj Perkins, ((31) Gibbs Vikings forward, played Feb. 10. and a semifinalist in the singles.
Freelancers Cop rebound from Jax Fliers' Jim Good white e
snags a away Navy (
As member of the 6ND team
uniform) In Uie Fliers-Gibbs title played here last Thursda,. Con AvFund Kcglcrs Run a
trol of the boards was the determining: factor In the Vikings' 109- he was in the singles quarterfinals
Handicap Shoot 54 triumph. No. K is Jim Sugrue of the Vikings and 23 is Roy Winning Streak To 20 and the-doubles semifinals of the
Foster of the Fliers. k All Eastern Championships at
The Jax: Navy Freelance Bow-
Paced by Ed Sivicky and "Red" Newport, R. I.
hunters played host to a total of
Greenwood the bowlers of Aviation The squad beginning Monday,
50 archers at the NATTCenterrange Mittmen Seek More Honors
Fundamentals School ran will hold turnouts at the Boone
last while
Sunday sweep their current undefeated skein to Park courts from 1630-1830.
ing the Handicap division of-the 20 last week, thus increasing their Anyone interested in turning
Golden Gloves
Wescott round. In Upcoming
lead over the second-place team, out should contact Coach Bell at
The afternoon's results were so .
NavAirWeaps, to four games. extension 8568.Pistol ,
close that although finishing last Bolting into action at the Main and Beaver Streets Arena next Team leaders: AE, Tarplay,

the Bowhunters were less than 80 Monday night, the Jax Navy mittmen open another quest for the 178; AO, Setgler, 152; AvFund,

points behind the winning Jax North Florida-South Georgia Golden Gloves Crown. Sivicky and Greenwood, 177; Team
City Bowhunters.
Impressive in their recent MarAvDet, DeVito, 166; AGO I
Team standings were: JaxBowhunters Green Cove's Dan Alexander I
seven-bout sweep over Green I Poltenson, 146; NAWS, Hughes,I Berths
2301; Gainesville, AAU Novice division heavy Open
Cove Navy's AAU champions i 168; AK, Swanson 157; SS, John
2298; St. John's, Bowmen, 2275; weight champ.
Jax Navy will send a total of 19 i son, 171.NAT'I'C.
Freelance Bowhunters, 2221. Jax of Novice A 12-mcmbcr varsity pistol
boxers into action in the Open' Navy's squad INTRM URAt. FtOWLlNO I
Results of the Handicap Wescott WON J/XST team is now being organized, according
boxers is without
not talent I
and Novice divisions.IIEADLINING AvFund (D 20 0NivAlrWeang
round: Ed Merrill, Freelancers, 1C 4AK I to W. II. Mellon ADI,
34 Freelancers the list of Jax either. They sport 112-pound School T> 5AK \
; Roger Wcatherby, station small arms instructor.
School 10 10 I
47.Dill Navy Open contenders are Bob Jesus Valentine, NAS Galley; SupSpllnt r< 7 13MarAvDet I Any Naval personnel, in either
Walters of VFP-62, AAU 156- 118-pound Juan Robles VA-175; 6 14
Henry and Lamar Williamson AGO School 5 15 a shore-duty or a sea-duty billet
pound Novice champ; Renaldo 147-pound Glenn Uhl AE "A" AO School 1 19
of the Freelancers finished or any personnel permanently attached
Graza of AK "A" School AAU School; 147-pound Don Bowins,
fifth and sixth in the Broadhead to the Station may become
round. I 126-pound Novice champ; Ray Special Services; 160-pound Joe WEEKEND TIDE a member. Anyone inter
Sharabbao of V Daigle, Fasron 109; 175-pound HIGH LOW
The Freelancers will hold an VA-175 118-pound ested should contact Mellon at
intci'squad shoot on their home victor over Green Cove's pre Vernon Furlong. AvFund School; AM PM AM PM extension 686.Squadrons .

range this Sunday and all archery viously undefeated John Dixon; 175-pound Jim McMahan, Av Fri. 1:28 1:45: 7:41: 7:56:

fans are invited to attend. Lawrence Howard of VF-43, Fund School and heavyweight Sat 2.29: 2:49: 8.48: 902: or division person
last years Kentucky Slate Golden Henry Pearson, Fasron 109. Sun. 3.34: 3.55: 9.52: 10.06: nel interested in forming an
intramural team should get in
Gloves 175-pound Open Champ;
touch with Mellon. Intramural
Center BBallTo and Marciano Malanzo of O & R,
teams will be composed of four
AAU 135-pound Novice champ.
i shooting members. Competitive
Coach Bob Perkins -
Resume also expects shooting between the intramural
strong support in the Open
teams will begin as soon as they
NATTCenter intramural basketball class from Jim Humphrey, 126 are formed.

blacked out by repairs pounds of Special Services; Earl

and painting of both King Hall Batie, 160-pound, A v Fun d

and Roscndahl Gym, reopened School; Ronald Pearson 160- SCUTTLEBUTT

last night with the league's arch pounds, Fasron 109; and veteran

rivals Aviation Ground Officers Larry Whisenand, 147 pounds

and Aviation Fundamentals NavAir Weaps School. --..
in their first clash of the sea JAX HEAVYWEIGHT Richard

Hansen who missed the AAU
son.Tonight (Thursday) at 1630 in tourney will also be on hand for

King Hall the AGO Ensigns were the Gloves. Thus far this season

slated against Naval Air Weapons Hansen has twice conquered
Systems School.

Action doubles up in both gyms Charles Correll (Andy

next week with Marine Aviation I "Amos *n* Andy") was a bricklayer

Detachment and Naval Air Weapons I before he got into show biz?

playing at 1630 in King Hall : .

on Monday. At Rosendahl Gym I Tom Ewell hails from Owens-

Aviation Electricians vs. Support I boro, Ky. This is the fellow who

Splinters at 1830, and Aviation has actually been PAID to kiss :.

Storekeepers vs. Aviation Ord- Marilyn Monroe, Sheree North

and Mansfield ,
nancemen at 2000. Jayne "" .....
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vs. MarAvDet, 1630 King Hall; Tomorrow may be better, but TOP BOWLERS With a pair of 177'* for a season's average but
Ed Sivkky (left) aad Red Greenwood two Aviation or.n'f you
AO 1830 and AK when it gets here it will be to.day" are reasons why vpposett f fctof
AvFund vs. vs Fundamentals Class F School is the leading team la NATT rfo fcfm??
AE, 2000 Rosendahl Gym. Center Intramural feowllnff competition.






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7 February JAX AIR NEWS Page

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Crackerjax Bounce Back With


TAVO Wins Over PI WMarinesAfter


#A tt k' t stumbling down the wayward road, Jax Navy's Cracker-

jax regrouped themselves to get on the right trail to chalk up two

very impressive wins over the highly touted Paris Island Women '

t ,, Marines here last week.
a
The Crackerjax, long a dom- t
spcctively! led the CrackerJax to
inant power in Waves basketball '
their first win. 1
circles, handed the visiting
k1. Women Marines a 29-27 setbackin Virginia Hudson, with 16 and

the first fray played Saturday, Ann Cooper with 10 points set y

and to prove it was no fluke the pace in Sunday's contest.

came back Sunday to soundly Guards Margie Spangler, Mary
Leatherwood and Su> McClaindid
thrash the Islanders, 35-24.
a workman-like job on defense -
in holding the favored clubat
Carolyn Johnson and Betty
bay in both
Bush with 17 and 11 points re- games.. .

I Coach Betty Deno has dono
st { an Center Marines much to rejuvenate the Waves

? after their first three losses. Tho

local girls now have confidence,
Face Miami
with plenty of ability to go with

it

Here FridayThe The Waves take to the road for

? their next encounter on Feb. 9

: NATTCenter Marines, idle at Valdosta, Ga. against the city

all last week because of court repairs girls' team there. Their next
home stand will be against their
at King Hall, swing into action
arch rivals, NAS Pensacola, on
%*4 b, this Friday night when they Feb. 1617.Awards.

take on the Miami Marines In .

King Hall at 2000.
PresentedAt
; Coach Don Isherwood will

t i.w .. probably start Tom Salvino, John
Center IM
Cirino, Jim Pugh, Don Holman
and Ernie Stewart against Miami.

NATTCenter is currently top- Sports BanquetWith

.> ping the second half of play in
the local City league and engages 1 approximately 150 officers
and men of the Navy and Marine
A PP the Happy Hour Bar tonight in
an attempt to keep their unde- Corps on hand, the first annual
feated record intact. Naval Air Technical Training
Center intramural sports ban ,
UP, UP, AND IN Virginia Hudson of lax Navy Crackerjax lets loose a long: toss food for two Traveling to Valdosta, Ga., the quet was held last Thursday eve-
points against Farris Island's Women Marines in action in the first game of a two game series played Marines take on the Moody AFB ning at the civilian cafeteria.
I here last weekend. The Crackerjaz swept the series with 29-27 and 35-24 victories. Watching the on February 9.
play are Carolyn Johnson (left) of Crackerjax; Mary Leverton ((25)) and Shorty Phelps (right) of Honored guests and speakers
i'arris Island. included Capt. C. L. Moore Jr.,
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Unbeaten commanding officer of the Train

Twirlers CatchersTo VFP-62 Move Into In Mainside BowlingThe ing Center, and Lt. Col. Frank
Hospital Porter, commanding officer of the

Report /p6. 13 unbeaten )list has been cut Marine Detachment.

to three in Mainside intramural Captain Moore presided over
Candidates for pitching or Mainside B-Ball Loop LeadMainside bowling circuit, with VP-18, VA- the trophy presentations with Lt.

I catching chores for the 1957 172 and ComFairJax sporting un- Bill Lyons, of Special Services,

Jax Navy baseball team should basketball league,,, blemished records. handling the duties of master of

report to Maso Field on Wed leader since the season's opener, Blind Bogey Honors Bowling standings as of 2-1-57: ceremonies.In .

nesday, Feb. 13 at 1600 for the Fasron Six fell by the wayside Won By Rex Goodman Won I..oat. his speech! Captain Moore
first spring practice session. for" the first time and now must ComFalrJix 8 0 stated that he is "in favor of
Rex the Blind VH.18 8 0
The first practice session for be content with third place be- Goodman won VA-172 4 0 athletics" and that while he is
for who Bogey held over the weekend at VW-4 #2 '7 1 here he will do all he can to
anyone wanting to try out hind Hospital and VFP-62 Special 1 Service ft 2Kartu promote
other positions will be announced are Reading the pack with 9-1 the NAS golf course with a low K 1 the NATTCenlcr athletic
of 72. Operation A :2
in the near future. records. KAWIl 9 :3 program.
Fasron Six bit the dust whenit 4 Marine Hospital''r.uafd'an.: 1 5 3 3 Team captains, from schools

came up against a new entry, Track And Field VAII.1 rilrker n 4 5 4 3VKl'62 being awarded trophies, were on
Carrier Air Group 17, who Kaxron 10!) ft 8DUrwniary ', hand to accept th honors for
Skeet Team Opens 5 first and second places in the 1956
showed power in winning 5738. VAIf-3 II ,{ 5
HOSPITAL MOVED into a tic Team Works Out Kaxrort 6-H I :1 5 competition.
OAK Offlceri 1
With for first place with a 58-39 vic- VW-4 /I 1 4 5 Comdr. Thomas II. Casey accepted -

Big VictoryThe tory over the Marines and a 81- Daily At 1630The Communications 4 2 6 HWavPi the Captain's Trophy, symbolic -

44 triumph over Supply. VW-4 VK-173 Officers 2 6 of superior athletic achievement

Jax Navy Varsity Skeet VFP-62 stayed in the race for Jax Navy track team Marine Brigade 1.1 1 7 for Naval Air Weapons Systems

team took top honors by winningfive top spot with a 76-47 win over passed the embryonic stage last VK-171 ram-on R-A 1 I 7 7 School, and spoke on the
of the and 75-54 decision over in Hall. VH'-M Splitteri 1 7 subject of "How to Win theCaptain's
six matches at the Supply a week a meeting at King MAK'ID 0 0 I "
Mid-Winters Skeet ChampionshipShoot Fasron 109.FABRON. With 22 candidates turning out, VA-44 0 0 Trophy.

109 made up for its team coach Al Sabo announced ,..- -
held at Pinehurst N. C. '
nL
claiming two track is being I
loss to VFP-62 by that the NATTCenter
Feb. 2-3. neat victories, defeating VP-18, whipped into shape for the ..' -

The team, led by Lcdr. W. r. 44-40, and taking the measure of forthcoming season. f f

Viering, won the Five-Man Team Medical, 59-35. The team is currently workingout .'
In other results last week V MI3 -
Service daily from 1630 to 1830. All
Championship with a
edged VW-4, 56-54; VP-5 won Station personnel interested in L i id
score of 482 out of a possible 500. over FAW-11, 67-55, and took a turning out for the team should f 7a Rf

The Five-Man Team Open Cham- forfeit win over X-2; O & R beat contact Coach Sabo at extension

pionshp was won by the same Faetu, 43-37; X-2 squeaked by 481..

score. VP-18, 28-27; and CVG-17 took a Existing Jax Navy track rec-

Ken forfeit from the Marines. ords are: 100-yard dash;? ((9.4) Ed a.
L.
Pendergras and Bill Arthur 3.
i Standing of Intramural Basketball Scott, Jax; 220-yard dash, ((22))
won the Two-Man Cham-
I as of 2-1-57. Ed Scott, Jax; 440-yard dash,
pionship with a 196 out of a pos- Won Lost I
(50.7) Bentley, Eglin; 880yardrun
sible 200. Pendergras also won Hospital 9 I (
VKP- 2 9 Melbaum Miami 1
(2.03)) ;
the Class AA runner-up with a Xaxron 6 I }
CVO-17 ]:J mile run, ((4.43)) Deady, Eglin; 2-
very high 99 out of a possible 100. VAH-3 a 2
Lcdr. VW-4 8 3 mile run, ((10.50.2)) Jones, Quan-
Viering took the Class B
)'a on 109< I 3 4 tico; Mile relay, ((3.29.7) Stewart,
Championship with a 96 out of OAR 4
5 White Scott-Jax 120-yard S
the Marine Ross, ;
100.
VP-5 v I.-18 :?* |5 high hurdles, (15.5) Moss, Eglin; 4w

The other team members are X2 :1 5 220-yard low hurdles, ((25.6))
Kaetu
Lcdr. N. W. Frees of VFP-62, and Medical l' Young, Pensacola; High Jump,

T/ S g t. G. O. Bondreaux of supply Jo'A w.n 0 1 *II ((6T) Covington, Eglin. t'4CUP' ,....

MARTD.The < t Pole vault, (12'2") Kehl, Jax; OF JOY
Comdr. Thomas Casey (right), training director -
team hopes to duplicate WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday Broad jump, ((21'11" Schroeder, of Naval Air Weapons Systems School, mirrors his elation as
their fine record when they enter Cloudy and warm. Jax; Discus, ((139') Marse, Pen- tie accepts the Captain's Trophy, on behalf of NAWS School, from
the Florida State ChampionshipShoot Saturday Partly) cloudy, sacola; Shot put, (47T) Black, Capt. Charles Moore Jr., commanding officer of NATTCenter.
Toastmaster Lt. William the
Lyons (extreme right) presided over
at West Palm Beach, Mar. continued warm. Pensacola; Javelin (200'6") Peterson ceremonies which highlighted the first NATTCenter lntraa.lIli l

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I.Pago 8 JAX AIR NEWS 7 Febiuoiy. 1957

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Adm. Doyle, Mrs. duPont Honored 1' ..

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. By Military Chaplains' Group ;


Mrs. Alfred duPont, of Jacksonville, and Vice Adm. Austin K. .
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Doyle, Chief of Naval Air Training, NAS Pensacola, were recipientsof t 7 x

two awards for distinguished service "to God and country" pre _\
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sented by the Military Chaplains Association of the United State of t

America at a luncheon held last Friday at the NAS Jax Officers

Club. t ,

The luncheon and
ceremony Service Award for Civilians.
followed a meeting of military .

chaplains .f Florida held for the
Army, Navy and Air Force
purpose of organizing a Floridachapter
chaplains from bases scattered
of the national organization
throughout Florida, as well as retired -

and reserve chaplains of the
1 V
Armed Services, attended the rR li
t citation the
The recognizing organization meeting.

the generosity, of Mrs. duPont,
Under the guidance of Chaplain -
her inspiration and friendship to
. Sheehy one-time station
,
I the causes and men identified
chaplain, who outlined the purposes ii-
with the Armed Forces, was read
of the national association
by Rear Adm. Maurice S. Sheehyret.
and spoke warmly of the support
' ( .) who is president of the _
Military Chaplains Association.The and aid given by President

citation honoring .Adm. Eisenhower, Chaplain Bennett ___00___ _
was elected temporary chairmanand
Doyle, read by Capt. Samuel B. presided over the election of CITED BY CHAPLAINS Airs.Alfred I. duPont of .Jacksonville and Vice Adm. Austin K.
Bennett, NAS Pensacola, recognized Doyle (second from right), Chief of Naval Air Training, show citations awarded them for distingulsheJ -
the strong support he officers of the Florida Chapter. services "to God and country" by the Military Chaplains Association the United States of
Rt. Rev. Monsignor Patrick America, to other guests at a luncheon ceremony held at the Officers Club last Friday Left to right
has always given to chaplains Nolan, a retired Air Force officer are Rear Adm. Delbert S. Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air .Jacksonville; Jack Kavanaugh, Naval

) of his command, the religious, who is now pastor of St. Paul's Affairs Committee, Jax Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. dufont; Admiral Doyle; and Monsignor Maurice -
welfare and social ,programs he Sheehy, retired Navy rear admiral and president of the Chaplains Association.
Church, Jacksonville, was n __ ______
sponsored at 28 Naval Air Reserve
elected president Lcdr. Wylie R.
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stations, and his promotion
Bryant, chaplain at the Naval Public DisplayOf ProficiencyCont.
of new chapel facilities.
Hospital, was elected secretary. ( from Page 1)
A guest of the occasion was Mr.
1 "1""*
treasurer and Lt. Col. Harold C. i Bssr Aircraft To
1 Jack Kavanaugh, prominent local ; pay is higher, too, at $122.30 up to
Reinking, Army chaplain, Panama -
citizen known as the "Father of LimitedThe two years' service.
y Be
City; Ltjg( ) Donald Allen
( the Navy in Jacksonville" and NOTE? E-5 AND ABOVE get the
Waite MCAS
Navy Chaplain
who himself was honored by the public's only opportunity breaks, according to the Cordiner
Miami and Harold G. Elson, Veterans -
Navy several years ago when he ; Administration, Tampa, The CPO Club will feature It's henceforth to witness large- proposals. They would get $210

was awarded the Distinguished&mlZ1lm annual Valentine's Day Danceon scale demonstrations and displays for the first two years in grade,
I were elected vice-presidents. "
Saturday evening, Feb. 16. It of military 'aircraft will $220( up to four years and $230

The Military Chaplains Association will be the first regular danceof be during Armed Forces Day over four years. At present they
"open house" programs in May. get $145.24 under two year service -
the 1957 and
is chartered by Congressand season a large
turnout is No The new policy, issued by $163.80'with two to four
acts as a "legislative liaison expected. reservations -
FOR RENT agency" in all legislative matters are required for the event. Secretary of Defense Wilson, years; $183.30, four to six years;

I 2-rm. furn, apt. on Roosevelt affecting the Chaplaincy.Its Name' of the orchestra and other said the decision would not $191.10 six to eight years; $202X0,

Hghwy. Iteil-EV-9.6480. headquarters are in Washington -' details will be published at a preclude consideration of the eight to 10 years; and $210.60 10

3-rm. unfurn. apt. $40 per month. D. C., and its membership later date. appearance of military planesat to 12 years, with a high of $257.50
local air meets. But, he after 22
Available Feb. 1. Buchanan- years.
'I is fast approaching 2000. Work on the new cocktail
CH95969.: added, the Armed Forces Day E-6s, who have been startingat
t Capt. Francis Burke, senior lounge being constructed on the '
3-rm. furn. apt. Breese-852 events at military installations $171.81 and advancing up to
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chaplain at the Naval Air Station first floor of the club is progress-
Clair St. Jax. will provide the maximum opportunity 288.60} after 22 years, would startat
r Jacksonville, was host to the ing rapidly. It is anticipated thatit
1-bdnru furn. cottage. 6604 Sea- for the public to $250, advance to $260 with two
chaplains and guests, among will be completed in early
board Ave. Austin-EV-8-0451. view "available" aircraft and to four years' service, to $270
whom were Bishop Frank A. March. All CPO's and their de-
1-bdrm. unfurn. apt. MarquetteAve. the current developments In four to six years, and $280 with
t
Juhan, retired Episcopal Bishopof pendents are invited to view the
aviation.In six service.
EL61931. to eight yews
Florida,; Rear Adm. Delbert S. construction when visiting the
Furn. duplex apt. 4518 Marquette past years military speed E-7s, who .now get 230.10 with
Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air CPO Club.Tuesdays.
Ave. Akins-EL-6-1931, trials, aerial demonstrations service of four to six years, and
Jacksonville and the heads of
Country home. Near NAS. In ; through Fridays, the and static displays of aircraft can go as high as $335.40 for serv-
all commands In the Jacksonville -
quire. Reeder-EV-9-S425. Navy Club features it's luncheon special have made up the major por- ice of 26 years or more, would

Nice bdrm. Lady only. Flowers- area. from 1100 until 1300 for tion of the National. Aircraft, now start at $300 for service un-

EV74996. only .45 cents. Show. der two years in grade; $310 for

Upper apt. 2132 Riverside Ave. The Marnav-Easy 7, Toastmas- two to four years' service in

$75 per month. EV82062. cr's Club of Toastmasters International grade; $320, four to six years; and

4-rm. furn. cottage. $25 per meets In the ballroomof Contest $330 after that.

month. 5235 Timuquana Rd. the CPO Club for luncheon E-8, a new super grade, would
(Cont. from Page 1)
EV-9-7329 or EV96827. Singleor Ae? it meeting each Thursday at 1130. carry pay of $350 for the first

double rm. EV-9-9801. JL. All interested E-7's are invited to lodge decor and will be for first two years; $360 for the next two;

3-rm. unfurn. apt. $40 per month attend a meeting of this activity. and second class pett'officers, $370 the third two years; and

Atlantic Beach Cherry 9-5969. For further information, those and a dining room, where com $380 after six years in grade.

interested call Chief Reeves plete dinners will be available E-9 grade',
2-bdrm. unfurn. apt. Hyde Pk can a new super-super
Circle. EV41035. Y 8388, or M/Sgt. Davies at 8396. every night. Also included in the would rate a starting pay of

2-rm. furn. apt. $50 per month. t. s4' Y la plans is a stag bar. $400; $410 two to four years;

Davis85136.: Peterson CLUB HOURS, when the new $420 four to six years; $430 six

3-rm. apt. $60 per month. 1008 Discipline club is officially open, will be. to eight years; and $440 for all

Acosta St. Miranda. time after that.
Officer At CenterLt.
1600 to 2330, Monday through
3-bdrm. home in Lakeshore. Dal I Services can use the new super

larEV94640. Lloyd Peterson, former Air- Thursday and 1600 to 2400 Fri grades, or to give proficiency pay

FOR SALE craft Maintenance Officer at day. The club will be open from Increases to E-6s and E-7s, or for

1-bdrm. housetrailer. 35-ft. '50. NATTCenter, this week assumednew 1300 to 2400 on Saturdays and both purposes. E-4s and up, with

< EV80273. Davis. t duties as discipline officer, 1300 to 2330 on Sundays and certain restrictions, would be allowed -
relieving ChavoTech Jack Spur- of either of next two .
will pay
2-bdrm. housetrailer. Faubion holidays. The dining room
\ .e "ye ling who has been transfered. 2100 higher grades as proficiency pay.
EX-8333 or EV-8-5037.: be open from 1600 to on
,Y\ Housetrailer. 35-ft. '52. $2750 week days and from 1300 to 2100 But whichever way you cut it,

Lot 187. Azalea Trailer Pk. 9 SNAFU on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays it will pay service men to go all

2-bdrm. house. $8750. Neal-141 N\\I .. out after those promotions as
soon as they become eligible to
Pinegrove Ave. EV90580.
The "Anchorage" will remain
take the examinations.
3-bdrm. house. Immediate
pos limited facilities _
open under present 5 *
session. Near NAS and Cecil
:
I until the official openingof
Field. EV81045. the new and un-named EM Dance Class To Hold

'50 26-ft. housetrailer. $1800. Lot
club. Graduation ExercisesThe
183 Azalea Trailer Pk. Brooks

I EV73620. first graduating class from

3-bdrm. home in Venetia Terrace 1 J 1kY' 1 CA CELL H the dancing instructors at the
IDOL LIO NIL
Near NAS. EV-7-3519. NT RNI Naval Air Station will be held

3-bdrm. home. 5118 Kingsberry I EET next Monday evening at 2030 in

Avenue. PAL R N OMAME Building 504-N at NATTCenter.
TE TEP oATITE the Ar-
Exhibition
MISCELLANEOUSRide 7! teams from
ATTIRE
wanted from 35th and Mainto t m--a \AFPSMP THERE S E C NANT thur Murray Studios as well as
t NAS. Hours from 0730 to \ student exhibition will be givenon
LOVELY GRASS Perched
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1600. Contact Miss Riley, ext. prettily on one water ski, C N TES R the same program.
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AIRES LE ROME
) 526 or call EL62229. shapely! Mary Ann Grass prac- GE LAR N i11o Two vocalists Mrs. RaymondKey
tices for the upcoming InterContinental and William Watson will
Lost-pr. glasses and gloves in 'THAT WAS THE SILLIEST E No

auto on lift to city. Call Per ment for Women Water Ski-Tourna-in Cypress SPEECH I EVER MADEIs also take part. All Hands are

kins. Ext. 8439. Garden, Florida. (Answer to rage 3 Puzzle) invited.



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