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Civilian employees who
for the Navy 'Recognition of
Service' certificates may now
obtain the award, Lt. Comdr.
Charles H. Smith, Civilian Per-
sonnel Relations Officer of the
station, has announced.
The award is being presented
to all civilian employees who dis-
tinguished themselves by serving
their country and the Navy for a
period of six months or longer at
S any time after Dec. 7, 1941, and
S who stayed on the job until V-3
Day, Sept. 1, 1940-
Eligible employees who desire
this award are asked to submit
their requests to their immedi-
ate supervisors, said Mr. Smith.
for the purpose of mak-
ing this request have been pro-
vided both in mimeographed
sheets supplied by the depart-
ments, or .. blanks pub-
lished in The Buccaneer."
As the application forms are
received by the department heads,
.. will be checked and the
forms forwarded to the Civilian
Personnel Department where the
certificates will be completed and
S returned to the department, heads
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Santa< Claus will again arrive
on NAS Vero Beach by air to
visit children of station personnel.
Christmas will start
at 1300 24 Dec. when Santa will
make his appearance out of the
clouds. All parents are requested
to register their children in the
Welfare office by 13 Dec. The
age and sex of each child is need-
ed so that .Santa will know what
kind of to prepare.
After Santa has distributed the
gifts from the stage of the sta-
tion .* v. : a full hour of
favorite cartoons will be shown
featuring Donald Duck and Pluto.
Be sure and register your chil-
idren before Dec. 13 to assure
them of a present from Santa.
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For Minstrel Show
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Armed Forces Compensation I N. ,',.
Excluded From Income Tax BUT IN THE OLD DAYS
A new public law, approved 8 made after 15 June 1947 unless
November 1945, enacts that all the taxpayer was on sea or for- Lt. C. E. Sniiti Has rl* lj" GuTllin 'r Was
compensation received by enlisted eign service duty. l Profess
personnel for service in the armed Deferments for payment Navy :w,-i gi i I f- (-l1) Professiona
forces, for the taxable years from taxes authorized by this law do ___
31 December 1940! to the end of not change the due date for filing Lieut. Charles E. Smith, A. T. From the olf links to the
the war, is entirely excluded from returns. Personnel Officer, has the Navy Navy was the path taken by Ber-
gross income for fdr income his bones. He first encountered nie Guentner, Sic, and a mem-
tax purposes. ihot t Fleef of 2080 the Navy in his family, since his ber of the Athletic -,:. t'tment
The law provides that federal father was regular Navy. His fa- Bernie joined the Navy April
The law pvies that federal 1944 and tok his "oos" at
income tax already paid on such 0T Be Laid Up in PorI ther retired in 1929 with the rank 8 1944 and took his e at
compensations will be of Captain. ii Md. He remained at
if claim for refund is filed with --- Beiore 1,- ...
if claim tot refund is filed nwith Before joining the Bainbridge as a member of the
the of internal revenue (SEA).-An inactive reserve Navy, Lieut. Smith worked for an station golf team until he was
before 1 January 1947. These fleet of 2,080 ships soon be insurance brokerage company in sent to Vero on Dec. 4, 1944, He
forms may be obtained from the sealed and laid up by the Navy in Baltimore, Maryland. Here too, has been here since, as a member
local collector of internal rev- 14 stateside ports. Another ", he tied up with the sea, serving of the Athletic department and
enue. vessels are scheduled for sale or as manager of the marine insur- giving golf lessons in the JOQ
scrap, ane department athletic area.
The $1500 exclusion from gross Of the inactive units 1,007 are To clinch the whole matter, he l In civil life, Bernie was Pro
income of active service pay as slated for East Coast -..' y Februaryat the Oak Hills Country Club,
sltdfrEs os _joined the Navyr in Febrtary h Oa till C outr Clu
a commissioned officer, for the 924 for West Coast and 149 for 943. Taking his indoctrination at Butler, Pa. He held that post for
period from 31 December 1942 to Gulf areas. Ships will be -kept Quoset Point, he ent to Lke-eiht yeas efre entering the
the termination or the war, is airtight and stocked with honper- New Jersey, for three Navy
continued. ishable stores. They can be man- weeks, then to Hua, a sall Bernie traveled to all the gf
The act authorizes that the ned within 10 days and ready for base outside of New Orleans. tournaments. He is a member oc
following unpaid federal income action after a 20-day -.:.,1 "u he cae direct the Professional Golfers Associa-
taxes may be paid without inter- All larger combatant vessels ero Beach in September 1943. tion and has competed in that
est in twelve quarter annual in- .' be staffed with skeleton care- Besides being A. T Personnel tourey ties He has aso
stallments: taker crews. One -'1.;. in each Officer on the station Lieut toured the Pacific West Coast
1. Taxes attributable to active group of smaller units will house Offiter on le sati du o golf "Gold rail" and competed
a maintenance cr Smith has the colateral ut of golf "Cod Trail" and compete
service pay and which have been maintenance crew War Bond Officer as well as erv- in the National Open and ami
deferred because the taxpayer marked for inactive re-numerous committees Open tournaments
wasc at sea or had foreign service serve or scrapping comprise about Pssiile discharge Io o m s Last in the PG ato
dIuty, two-thirds of the -wartime around the first f Jauary, bu strokes i the P
it., ., ,. total. From the remaining 3,920 around the irst of Jnuar bu Aton, Ohi.
2 Taxes attributable to active Lieut Smith may stay in a few;
service pay, of othle than cotie vessels will come the active peace- Smih When he returns to v. ilian life
service pay, of other than com- 1 ,- mm months longer. h h i to iiaca
timie fleet some in full mmi othlonge i lu his duties as pro at
mii s i o e d o f f i e r s I _ . . . .I
missioned officers sion, others in a ready status.
Taxes for the years 1940 areas where major mb Mh a m
and 1941 which became due after combatant ships of the inactive
entrance upon active duty as a reserve wil be laid up are Push-B n Wa
member of the armed forces. 1 ,h ;i I..:e.. Norfolk, ,. ., ...il V
The first installmeent date News Va, (on:, t
m eans. ,. : ,-
Radioman: When we were ship-
wrecked in the South Seas for six
weeks I had only one companion
- a beautiful blonde.
.... -Wihat i-irli vnu do for
1 i' ,e f. .. i .-. o llai I a .
1946 in the case of and possibly Bayonne, N. J. food,
taxpayers released from active (SEA) America's largest Radioma.n. Damned if I remem-
duty prior to 1 December 1945. TIP TO THE WI 15 cities could be blasted from the ier.
2. In all other cases the fif- Buy your ... ..1- back rooms of foreign consulates
teenth day of the sixth month socks, handkerchief- -i lI i,.'.:c- in a "war of push bottons" unless
after the taxpayer is released wear before you ...... '.- the atom bomb is by a of an enemy nation, under cover
from active duty, or the fifteenth vice. These are amo,. -i ",. ...-- world organization, warned Senate of .. immunity, could
day of the third month following discharged GIs have found hard- Atomic : .. Committee chief bring them in as small pieces,
the close of the taxable year in est to obtain on the retail Ii1:. i scientific advisor, Dr. Edward Ui. assemble them quietly in their
which he is discharged from ac- -and, ,,i...:, a 1. p.i" *, C..',.., offices in our chief cities, and
live duty, whichever is later. boost has just been ar n .. ::-!' Tr,. bomb is such a small and touch them off when a war de-
In no case will the payment be the manufacturers' prices. I simple device, he said, that agents cision is reached.
STALEMATE By NI CL Po0ulCi: I Z( i ( p ', Tn
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7 El CE'1.1FR W.' THE BUCCANEER PAGE SEVEN
NAS VERO SOFTBALL CHAMPS LOE TO AX
DOUBLE BILL BY
1 TO 0 SCORES
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-iadtino of V ero Beach goes out at first as tihe the lix hurler,
V erio eamii tried in vain to pierce the armor of 1 wo 0 Score.
SI,,.. oogizesuch separate dn ourint trial o r
'; :Ugll ~ prob.oatio~nary perio f,
ar \h orkers 2.i; 4' lrlcs 1. f -Iv
(CIf tt 1itd from1 Page 1) 4'bilit" was issued, cvi- t a 1
Formr Sakmempoyes wo 1resignattion! is because of B!
I' 1"m St tior healplo lh or payskb cu C
quahfy undei the I 1 Cl Coinydetioof ks than Ax
di -,iitt n1 s Mti- also be issi ed. 1 ti
icat_.' Present personnel who 0 'hs oiI sr'vice as a eivil'om
Sa'ms. Ve'ro lost
double bill by
I r .. *j1 -1'',r '4aItjeF.
Seniaim Dcx\id i. WahIi of Mas-
(4isiaehuse chit' a noif the Senate
ConC 1. e on. Naval A\fabfs, do
live-edt u~ an ohires, on Armistice
know tih whereabouts of former cessation of hostilities as r:- de n poicies o udeua con-
the employes who might be interest- claimed by the President. decntion, thi5t "ion uier c
ugh led are rged to mail their friend The name of the individual em-- f ilia te little i of peace
,O,,r copies of the application forn. ployee and the name of the naval medt dinie a fa
a ELIIBILITY ST ... activity will appear on the cer- of wa.
all tificate. The signatfue of the
had 1 iSepa'ration by reduction in head of the activity, with rank Ie criticized the proposal for
3 in force. 2. Retirement because of designation, will also be affixed. meeting the ain.ed forces as an
er- agoe :. Death. A '* .. attempt to create "a military dic-
uts. be forwarded to the (SEA).-Scratch the XVPB. Af- tatot'hip civilian con-
ixt kii without requiring ter -., Ut S. industry through 'tol of the, Army and Navy."
to' b.S.eiiit Nt' N hid 4 i
qnti be submitted. the war with 650 different con He avors coisodation of the
ra b because of injury or trols, the War Production Beianij offices o: the President and Secre-
(of rV d.. .I whether gave way in November to 1 the Ci- tari e of State. War and Navy it-
amn such injury *' result of ilian Administraition. to a national security council for
and iemplovyment. Injury and i --- ----- ul a'tn complete knowledge of
-I saiuld normally be substantiated (SEA).-W-artime naval naslu- ourI fre -- elation policies to
I,: R by a medical officer. 5. Separa- alties for total led 49,3015 proiioe peice and strengthen our
tion to enter .service, or , 14,656 wounded and 1593' prepared tes in the event of fu-
t a military furlough as a result of missing. ue war."
induction in the normal way. 6. -----
ancel Remained in the civilian employ-
ed menit of the Navy untl the ces- CIVILIAN ::':.' -. EL RELATIONS OFFICER,
.ic. station of hostilities as proclaimed NAS Vero Beach, Florida
by the President,
acds V voluntary separation at the accept myi at f a of Service"
'cto time of cessation of hostilities or Certificate.
inunediateily thereafter does not I was firt emnploved at NAS.
in any way affect the employeee's (Date)
eligibility for a certificate. (a
S T -' NOT ELIGIBLE: A Name
present or former civilian em-
the ployce is not for a cer- Dept..... .... ..... . .....
livedd tificate under any one of the fol-
"In lowing conditions: xt..
145" 1 f Co causes, in- Addless ......
ght- removal, separation for (if no longer employed at .. .)
imns inefficiency and by
rtly '. not from Date of -
a physical condition,
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CHAMP TO STAGE
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Stan Kavanagh & Co. in a come-
dy juggling act, and John Foger-
ty, singer of Irish ballads. Leon
Navarro is Master of Ceremonies.
KEI'CH, 1-GIRL (:IIEW
'I.**VTL. I.. I '.21- STARTS ACROSS SE-k
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Ai, A:'.--- .-Er.. H'. Hary Fitzgerald
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SL NIIv i. '' December
S'B .'. .- .. .. :,-.. It' : -. i..ry rF tzgeraid
R i. -'.. .- .... John Hodiak
.MONDAY, 10 December
.i .i.- .- -.i i : i: 1.---.1... l...- A nne Jeffreys
.'E.L' ':,---i d i .' ano--Gene Tierney, John Hodiak
.i-. .i ., t Aleis Smith
---11. L..pino, Sydney Grenstreet
SrE.tN.l>I:;.... 12 December
: ; i A-' .- o-Errol r ,- 'Aleis Smith
.:'H : Post-Ida Lupino, Sydney Grenstreet
'l i-. 1:.,r.', -, 13 December
.,,, i. ., I ay--Judy Canova, .... Hunter
.'. -i : .- . These Walls and .. ,.. On a Rainbow
FRIDAY, 14 December
; -..;'-. '.- -ursuit To Algiers-Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce
.*';. .: he Great John L. and *; :. Ranch
SATURDAY, 15 December
' .'l.-.' : confidential Agent --Charles _. I. Lauren Baeal
..-!'- he Great John L. and -i Ranch
SUNDAY, 16 December
F.\'..' --.. confidential Agent -( :- Boyer, Lauren Bacai
'-1 i- I he Dolly Sisters-Betty Grable, John Payne, in technit
,'t .;" -
S ve been married i. The chief's girl is so shy she
>u think I'm a loose goes into another room to change
I her mind.
No, dearie, just ai
'" .. child dept.: Motber
I A W(putting Junior to bed): Sh-h the
A WAVE got on a crowded! sandman is con.ing
bus. When a wan looking sailor Junior: cent. ani
started to get up, she pushed him won't tell daddy.
back in the id said she pre- Arlin Vance has his wife under
feared to star. started to get control. She came crawling to
up again and she. pushed him him on her hands and knees and
back. ,. ,::- he yelled, "Now, lis- said, "Get out from under thai
ten, mate, I passed my stop two bed!"
blocks back let me out!"
Husband: An apple a day
keep the doctor away.
Wife: It's too late for apple-
Mrs. Jones: I want to express
mi y sympathy on the !os, of your
S Mrs. Smith: Don't be silly. He's
atf homnp this minut andi verL'y
r .;,h.' :- .. .,,. ,,,.. ," : -. glances that over cock- much alive,
i '-'...-'-i "' I. ., M. .. .., -. ,.. ..'. eem so sweet, may be less Mrs. Jones: So is you. :aid.
11 ... \, i .. v : II,- :g.- : ing over shredded wheat. Manning: And why were you
'L '. LI. late for muster?
'L:, I ''" '- L' f*' : I N.fe* Sun TaMIb- Herdje: They called the roll be-
. ."fore i got there.
.... :, F :, ..., :. ... .. -'--.A).- You can find the time o e there
S. i.e rl. '. .... i. .. ise or and the Then there was the bachelor
S. i. . I.... '. '. of 1 for a.. who got thrown out of his apart-
i .. 7 .:l .. 'I .' I.. ,.'- :- . n hi.,,1 B,,. -, I ..0th '" in a '.,- m ent when his heard hi
S1 ,. I ..: .. .. '.- just i.. -'i ; -., ., shoes on the floor twice.
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.. . up- A ...; is about the only
-':.. a -.... 11.'2 ': .. i ,. ,' -'" t '-;t .:- -i'-n ': than .'.- Am- .- ith less pocket space thari a