Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Home ef Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval. District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville;Fleet Air--Wing 11.; Naval Air Technical Training Center '

Must Re-Up On The Spot .

RequirementsEased I,

For'O' y, ,Y a Yd.a a Short.Timers GetS

Reg Status

Active duty and age require-

ments have been eased for Reserve Discharge to He-up

officers who desire to get

into the regular Navy j:

Previously, male applicants Quite a few Regular Navy 1 personnel> are taking advantage

had to have 12 months of active of the new plan whereby they can be discharged within

duty since July 1, 1050, n s one year of their normal l enlistment expiration, if they
and women had to have six. agree to reenlist immediately on board for four to six years.

Age requirement for both varied The plan, which is put forth in charged and reenlisted up to one
according to rank and
AINav Two, does not apply to year before the dale the extension
category, but generally was between -
those who intend to ship over, would go into effect.
27 and 38 years
Now reserve officers can request but not on board their present

that old requirements as SHIPOVERAlthough- It is nothing to get over-excited ship or station. 300 Students

to length: of duty and age be about, the reenlistment percentage' has been climbing slightly
waived, and it will be done by within the past several weeks. Here are four of the latest to re- TilE ENLISTED MAN who asksto
the Chief of Naval Personnel"as enlist. Left to right are Marion JII don, AI>CAP( ) of NAS Operations be paid off within three months Of DCT] Tour
who reaped a $901 reenlistment' bonus aside from other
he sees fit". The change also allowances for six years; Thomas Zinzel, ADC of O & R, who collected of the date his hitch expires will
authorizes Bupers to move a $672 bonus Marvin Kennedy, AM2, NAS First Lleuenant' be entitled to mileage and lump StationrfOda
an officer down on the lineal Division, who received' $764, and Joseph Sousa, ADCA( ), NAS sum unused leave, plus reenlist
Operations, who collected $155 for reenlisting Comdr. John N,
list in order to qualify for the mcnt bonus allowance when Three hundred junior and
Myers, (right), NAS Jax executive officer, presides at the cere or
program. monies.. he reenlists. senior high school students"
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e Personnel discharged more than from six counties, including

WEATHER OUTLOOK Bigger Income Deduction three months, but within a year, Duval, assembled this morning
from the date of normal expiration in the Mainside Theatre
Fridaj'" -Rain, warm. of enlistment are not eligible,
for mileage or unused leave. Theyare for the annual district confer

Saturday-Partly cloudy, cool. For 800 Station WorkersNearly eligible, however, for reenlist. ence of Diversified:\ Coopera ,

Sunday-Clear and colder, meat bonus or allowance as ap tive Training clubs.

propriate. "DCT', as it is known, was or-
800 per diem and IV-B employees of the Naval Air Station .
will find a bigger deduction from the pay checks they will receive ACCORDING TO AINav Two, ganized in Florida in 1931 with
Credit Union ] the first club activated in Jack-
today and on Feb. 18. a person discharged from an en-
fconville. It offers selected students .
listment or reenlismcnt for which
Meiiibersliip The increased deduction results I the at age 60 with 30 years service reenlistment has been paid, will an opportunity to attain job
I from the conversion of these employees in
efficiency a variety of occupations -
have to refund for that
from temporary indefinIte ; and 2, he can' retire at age money .
part of the enlistment which was through on-thc-job training
Now 2,200A status, subject to 2 per cent 62 with 15 years service. His not served. while at the same time they

social security withdrawal to career service will include military duty are completing high school graduation
four per cent dividend has or career conditional status Under BuPers Instruction 1133-
It ia also possible to retire at requirements.
been declared by the Jax Navy subject to 6 per cent retirement age PT1B personnel who have already
55 with 30 years service, but at a Following the presentation of
agreed to extend enlistments, for
Federal Credit Union. deduction. The conversion became
reduced annuity.If the colors by the NAS Marine
The announcement made effective Jan. 23, but it will not one to four years, may be dis-
was Barracks Color Guard and saluteto
be reflected In individual .
following the annual meeting paychecks '1 the flag, the students were
until the February dates.
held last Wednesday, when officers addressed briefly by Capt. JohnS.
TUB CONVERSION PIIOCKSS, Thach, commanding officer of
of the organization were which started in December
? the Station. Greetings were also,
elected in the Industrial Relations depart. extended by Mrs. Iva T Sprinkle,

It was also revealed that ment, where the reviewing of 1- a County School Superintendent; C,

since the organization of the 376 files kept the lights burning Wendell Echols, State DCT Co.
nights for seven weeks, has now ordinator; George II. Woods, Prin-
Credit Union in July 1952, the
been transferred to the
payroll cipal of Landon High School, and
membership has jumped to 2- section of the Fiscal department -, -. >,.: Villiam Hoover, Duval County
200 and assets have climbed to The .required Information was re- '-. s Supervisor of Schools.

over $200,000. I n July 1952 ceived there from IRD on Jan. 25, two After a morning business session -
there were 600 members and and while Fiscal has practically
the group had lunch at the
in completed the processing work,
112,000 assets.
Officers' Club, and are touring
Joseph O'Connell Cecil Ac- the business of getting out those i f
the Station this: afternoon, inspecting -
ree, and Roger Krell were elected all-important checks If still no several types of aircraftin
to the Board of Directors. job. use by the Navy.
James Burton and William In all, 619 per diem employesare 3 e .

Fudge were elected to the Cre effected by the conversion and I '(Veils Gains Class
dit Committee, while Russell 176 (V-B) employes. There are
Honors At AO School
still 256 ineligible who
:Proctor and Charles Head were employees
re-elected to the Supervisory were not appointed from regular Donald Wells, AOAA, of Miami,

Committee. Civil Service registers and who I Arizona was last week's honor

will have to qualify by takings the IT'S GOTTA GO"-That extra poundage-that Is! "All right tudcnt; in Aviation Ordnanceman
required examination, and another let's not draw in the tummy" fellow squadron members of VC-63 School Class A graduating class
ComNabSix Post To 136 special cases still pending final tell Lt. Lewis Urown. It is all part of the Physical Training", pro. He chose the carrier USS Philip.
action. gram for officers at VC-62 here. Kneeling is Lcdr. Bernard Gar- pine Sea as his next duty billet.
Comdr. Coonrod bow, executive officer of the squadron and standing (left to right)
THE rCDEKAL, EMl'LOVKK are Lt. William Moore, Lt. Lawrence Warren, Lt. Drown, Lt. Wells joined the Navy in Jan.

Comdr. Edgar E. Coonrod has eligible for retirement in better Gilbert Ilaines-and Lt. (Or) Edward Korbell PT instructor. _934._. __ ___ _
assumed his duties as Operations off than the civilian employeewith -

officer of Staff, Commander Naval Social Security. While 6 per Tatty' Will Soon Be Passe At VC-62? I"chubby"

Air Bases Sixth Naval Dis- cent of his salary is deducted for 1

trict, relieving Comdr. John L. retirement, it Is retained by the you happen to be walking Conditioning* Program. nor is VC-62 being sin.

Carter. Government at 3 per cent inter- around Hangar 115 and There is an old saying that "ev gled out as the only] squadron

Comdr. Coonrod formerly was est, and can be withdrawn en'toto hear moans and groans and erybody loves a fat man," but not where "fat" Is an issue the

with Patrol Squadron 19, operating if the employee resigns or is separated cries of "oh my aching back" at VC-C2. Comdr. Don Dietz, squadron ia Just getting a head

in the Far East. He receivedhis before completing 20 years you're not passing a torture skipper of the squadron, has ordered start on the rest.

wings in June 1941, service.To chamber. pilots with avoirdupois (extra The good part about the whole ....

Duty aboard the carrier USS benefit by retirement, the It', just the officers of Compose blubber, that is) to get rid of PT program is that the officer

Valley Forge is the next assignment Civil Service employee may choose Squadron 62 (VC-62)) going it. themselves especially the pilots, .

for the departing Comdr. one of two options, both providing (through their IT wotkouts-off 1- NOT ALL TilE OFFICERS at realize that if one la not too care.

Carter i full annuity: 1, he can re- dally kno\Cn aOffleers' Physical< I VC-62 are what one would term :I (Please Turn (to Pace 8, Col. 3))

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Pooo J'u' AIR 'NEWS\ February 1955

x-n4gwPubllahed V s* Plane Facts Be Sure You Know About

e A new hard-glass electron I

tube designed to withstand the
Your State Tax Laws
every Thursday for Navy and Marine sctMUes at Naval Air highheat and stress conditionsIn
>Stilton cKomUle, FU. modern aircraft can operate

Capt. John S. Thach .._.M..._._NAS...._, J.ck.III...___....__..CommandingOfficer at a bulb temperature of 572 State Income Tax Must you, as a serviceman, pay it! The
Comdr. John N, M)et S _...............__..._......__:.._.-Kll*<'"tu*\;! Officer degrees Fahrenheit for a minimum answer is yes, unless you live in one of the 14 states which do not

Rear Ailm. John Perry ....?._nut Air__Jaekssatille__.....__._...._. ......Commander of 1,000 hours. have income tax laws, or as in the case of Ohio and Pennsylvania, I
Capt. Klchaid u. Greene _.....M............_._...-... ........................?..Chief of :Staff A fuei-air combustion !starter payment of income tax is limited to specific local governments where

Capt. Edwin J. S. Young _fleet.Air._VUf._ ..Kktta.___...Commander'. for jet planes can crank a such laws are in effect.
Comdr. Frank D. He>'er .. ._ ......_..M. _.?. ..............Chlel :Staff OIBocr Jet engine up to starting speedIn l However, don't feel too discouraged
Natal Air fec'lIatnl Tralalac (..tn
Papt. Henry C. DeLonir ...... .._.__.._.........,_..,,.......Commanding Officer three and a half wronds. most Mates have exemptions which to file after returning ..
Comdr. Edwaid W. BUhop.:._.....Fatal........... .HonpiUI ,_ ,, .-,1LT--, ., ,r...K xecutl\e Officer The unit develops. 340 h.p. in of one type or another for the ZI.

Capt. Edward S. Lowe __._.. __.... J.Comroona'lnR Officer 3.2 seconds. Alaska-All active service
Capt. L. A. Newton ...,..,? ??. ,-,,, ..... -- .:........Executive OUIcer members of'the Armed Forces. pay
R.f -.r: A new drill fhkh performs is exempt. Members of Armed
CApt. Wilson R. Haitlc-lt ......... .._._.._..._._.._...Commanding Officer in one operation boring Forces defer
Comdr. Laurence !-'. Sleffcnhagen ...__._Kxeeuthe Oltlcer What if your home state doesn't ,may paying tax on
and reaming formerly done in non-military income until six i
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published\ ; verkly< at the U. S. Na\al Air :Station. have any income tax laws but
Jacksonville. Florida, and piloted commercially vllh' imn-Hpiuojulated' funds two separate operations) now stationed in a state that months after discharge; if abilityto
nt no expense lo the government and In romplJunrellh\ NAVIOCOS: P-So, Kev. save 8,000 drilling operations in you are pay is impaired by serviee.
Nov 1945. Copies are distributed free nt charge at the Naval Air Station, the does? Well, unless you are earning
Natal Air Technical Training Ct'nter.a81 Air Renene Training Cnlt, and the production of a jet bomber (AFPS)
U. S. Natal llokpttal. money during your off-duty .
wing Use of the tool saves .
EditorAndrew II. Ploney time or from other sources, ) .oudon't
Spoils dlfol'C'.ordon: Rubble JO3: : Staff ReportersJack) Holmes. PHI; more than $14,00 annually. I have to because
Chailca Earl JOS.V. o .
Zoologists in Aiher ta'Cana- I
The JAX AIR NEWS In a member of the Armed Forces Tress<< Service. service pay is exempt under provisions .
AFPS mateiUl in this line helicopters to trace migratory -
appearing publloatlun may not be I.t'prlntf'dlthout of the Soldiers and Sailors
the written prrnilwlon of Armed Forces Picas Service. Renubllcatlon I of other & habits of buffalo. Hovering
matter, except by er\lre puhllcttLloiw;;, Is prohibited Mltliout permission I of Civil Relief Act. However if your
Kdltor. JAX AIR NK\\S.' : low over herds, aircraft
Editorial ofilccH located Main Administration Building, J'lionc l'ntllonll wife is working, or your children,
8.\.46, 216 and 8164. crew members "brand" the animals
--- -- -. --.-. _. they are subject to the state tax CATHOLIC
-- -- with squirts of paint I
from a gun.-(AFPS). laws. Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000() ).-
Furthermore if you are earning St. Edward's
'K4'Y I Chapel.
---- -- -- ----- money from sources other
FRA Branch To HoldValentine's than your service pay in a state Saturday-0800.
N H6R.E ARE ANSWERS TO Tt4Ey I > which has Income tax laws and Daily-0630.
FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS your home! state has income tax Sunday-OC30-Mass at Hospital:

ADMINISTRATION EVERY PAY... cj I A St. Valentines'. Day Dance laws, you are liable to both. Chapel.
_. sponsored by Branch 91 of the I I MORMON
Q- Toward the end of my grace! -- --- --- I
aJlotlu'r' check, bringing your Fleet Reserve Association of Jacksonville I The following states do not 1930 Monday NATTC _
period, I made out check
a my '
premium payment up to date. will L)(> held on the Mayflower have income tax laws: Chaplain's Office.CIIRISTIAN .
monthly GI insurance premium, onnedi'I'
Florida Illinois
cut, ,
QI am a lawyer. I interrupted Hoof of the Mayflower SCIESCEIOOOTuesdayMainside
but I now remember I forgot to my profession to Join I the igan( Nebraska, Nevada, I
fiign it. I have plenty of moneyin Armed Forces, and I have just Hotel!, February 11. Jersey, Rhode Island, 'South Dakota I Chapel 1

the bank to cover the payment. been discharged. Would I be allowed Music will be furnished by Texas, Washington, West I Office on ramp.PROTESTANT.

What will happen? Will my In- to take some brush-up Raymond Gage and his orchestra. Virginia and Wyoming. I

suinnce lapse? courses in law under the KoreanGI Admission price is $1.25 per per Here briefly are the income tax 0930-All Saints' Chapel.

A-Your Insurance will not Dill, before resuming my practice son. Tickets may b e obtained setups in the first of a list of I 1100-All Saints' Chapel.

1ft I"". VA ulll send jou a letter ? from the members of Branch 91. I I states and territories according to 1000-Naval Hospital Chapel.

notifying you of jour error. A >'o. The law prohibit Dancing is from 2100 to 0100. : how they applY to servicemen: (Note: Addresses of local I

You will hAn SI days from lie veterans from training for ob- 4 I Alabama Active duty pay churches may be obtained by callig -

date of the letter to rend In j ctl\e" they already had To Usex Liberty ShipsAs i after Jan. 27, 1954, is subject to / the Chaplain's Office, 425)).

reached, by reason of prior experience Atlantic Sentries tax. Tax exemption: $1,500 for .

O & II Employee or training. Before f single persons and $3,000 for married Second
Course In
.fw.rIce, you already I reached Four converted Liberty ships i persons. Three hundred dollars
Chosen For CourseIn your objective of lawyer. of World War II will serve as T is allowed for each depen Investment

Q--What Is the largest amount i sentries against air atomic attack I dent. Final day for filing is April OfferedA

Management of money a veteran can borrowto I in the Atlantic, the Navy announ 15, except servicemen outside the second course in investments,

buy a home under the GI. loan ced. I U.S. who have up to 30 days in held under the auspices of the
Harry E. Jarrard Chief j
program 1ATht"rfl Junior College, will
Personnel Supervisor at Overhaul in. no limit on the I start Feb. 14 in the Mainside

a n d Repair Department is in amount of money" a veteran may Library Building No. 3.

Washington, D. C. for a five borrow. It all depends' on what Zoltan Solkay, a local broker-

months course in senior manage the lender Is willing to lend him. t y r age agent will be instructor.The .

ment methods and policies conducted 1 Rut the VA will guarantee only first course was held at

by the Civil Service Com 60 percent of a loan up to a M NAS Jax last Fall, with 12 en-

mission in the Pension Building, maximum ef $15,000. rolled. Since then Lt. Elsie Hansen -

Commission headquarters. Q-In figuring out my annual I and E Officer, has receivedso

Jarrard won the appointment income for VA pension purpose, many requests for a similar
through competitive examinationopen am I supposed to count only my course that the college has agreed

to selected Federal employ take-home pay or my gross salary to extend the service.

I ees. A written test was givenin ? The course runs for tix weeks,

Washington on Dec. 3, with 85 A-You must Include your total held every Monday evening. Tui-
competing Of the 52 clearing this salary and not just your -. tion is $10, and registration may

hurdle, 20 were selected followingan take-home pay. Your total salary be made by contacting Miss Han-
oral test on Jan. 3. All candidates Includes money withheld for sen. Classes are of about 90 minutes

had to be recommended by,I retirement' plans and Income duration, covering such sub

the heads of the agencies in which taxes.Q a yI jects as formula plant investing:

they were employed before taking -.May I take on the farm utilities, industrial and railroad
the examinations. securities; how to plan a portfolio;
training on a part-time basis under
Jarrard, whoIs the Korean OI Bill? I :': : "blue chips" or growth stocks!;
analysis of earnings reports! and
thought to be.
A-No. Under the law, 01

the Only one se farm training must be takers ea .n.. __ __.n..," __ use of advisory.sheets..
lected from the a .fnil-time basis. I

Navy, said Department the- Q-I am in the organized reserves 4 From VP-26 .f NAVY Patrol Squadron f's'-Four 26,members now attending MOVIESThursday I

+i ,1 and I have been called to schools at NATTCenter -
tests were active training I duty for two Jax, compare Letters .f ,"Feb 3
"very unusual", Now At School j t Commendation they received
weeks. Will .those two weeks members of the squadron which as i Mainside Port of New York
covering abroad count in lengthening my entitlement woo the Atlantic Meet Battle Scott Brady, K. T, Stevens
range of Receive 'EVFour Efficiency "E" for 1954. Left NATTC Devils Bock
to Korean 01 Dill training? I ts Sea :
general infor-: right J *, Clarence
/ Spencer
Hudson, Yvonne DeCarlo.)
mation' on everything ": A-Ne. Training duty may ATI; William Mathews; AEC:
Jarrard from not be counted la determining members of Patrol Squad. Joseph Eiell, ATC, and LaTerne Hospital Lusty Men; Robert

psychology t 0 medicine.Employed entitlement to Korean 01 BUI ron 26, stationed at Brunswick Severson, AO1. Mitchum, Suzan Hayward
Me., now attending schools .
training. Only dive duty-M .lItNATI'Center Friday, Feb 4
in the construction
Jar, were cited at lied in the realization of such
to an
opposed training
may Mainside The Thief: Bay
of the Naval Air Station in 1940
,, Meritorious
be considered In Mast as members of accomplishment (winning the
computing entitlement. Millard, Rita Gam
and later with the Telephone the land based squadron which Battle Efficiency Competition)
Company laying its communication won the Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency particularly when it is known NATTC Port of New York:

lines, he joined the Civil for Management Intern Course by competition for 1854. how keen is the competition in Scott Brady, K. T. Stevens
Service ranks in the Overhaul the Civil Service Commission. The The four men were William the Atlantic Fleet. Hospital Sea Devils: Bock

and Repair Department when it program, which opened at 9 a.m. Mathews, AEC, of AE-B School; "Having served as a memberof Hudson, Yvonne DeCarlo

first began operating. He WM Monday, is made up of work assignments Laverne Severson, AO1, of AOB this squadron during fiscal Saturday, Feb. 5

then an aircraft mechanic gen related to the work School; and Joseph Ezell, AEC, .year 1954 you share in the con- Mainside Cry Danger: Dick

ral. He continued "educating" performed by the individual participants and Clarence Spencer, AE1, of gratulations extended to all hands Powell, Rhonda Fleming

himself by taking courses of study weekly seminars in the Naval Air Weapons System for the fine effort applied.toward NATTC The Thief: Ray Mil-

offered by the Industrial ,Relations problems of public administration, School. the high achievement of opera land, Rita Gam

Department.This and a final thesis to be *prepared. The Citation read in part: tional and competitive efficiency Hospital Port of New Yolk:

is the Fourth' annual. Sen OIl assigned; '\ pics.. "Te'amwdrk is truly exempli- of Patrol Squadron 26." Scott Brady, K. T, StevensI


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1 : February 1955 .JAX AIR NEWS Page Three :

VW-4. FAW-11 VA-1Q4. VP-18, VC-S2 Report Pest Control j

I I Scouting i Jacksonville Area Squadrons DemonstrationField Visitors See ,

The Hurricane-Iiunters extend I' off 'with the fall championship demonstrations were held!

a hearty welcome to Jack Lude- and so far has kept the lead on at the Preventive Medicine Unit

rus, AD3, who returned from on the spring tourney. The basket NO.1 field laboratory at Building

extended "vacation" at the Naval ball club is piling up the points 536 Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons

Hospital Jax. and are also in front in their for the benefit of 75 y

New additions to the Airborne league. visiting medical and public works

Early Warning Squadron Four Four New men checked in the Q personnel attending the fifth annual -

roster include: Ltjg) Rober Pre- past week: Fred Semons, AA; : : Pest and Vector Prevention

styly; Ensign Howard Walter; from Norman, Okla.; Sherman ; ; and Control Training Conferencehere.

William Wads worth, ADC; Stan- LeClair, A02, NAS Cecil Field; ,
ley Cottrill, ALC, and Rutledge Duke Ernst, BMC, from USS The conference commenced In .

Etheridgc, JIM 1. Coral Sea, and James Loggins Jr., ; the unit's auditorium in the Infirmary *

Mr. and Mrs John Peebles I AD3 from NATC Patuxent River. Monday, with an addressby

greeted their "future HurricaneHunter" r Rear Adm. C. F. Behreni,
Sixth Naval Medical Officer
all 7 lbs 9 oz. of him, VC62VC62'i District
who was here from Charleston
]last week. The Peebles christened
their new son Donald Michael. re-enlistment rate really i. making an annual inspection '
soared in January to a phe- of the Naval Hospital and the
Farewell and good fortune to nominal 50 __t _
percent, as the fourth NAS Medical Department.
R. J. Galboe A. H. Stanwood
man signed the
on dotted line for Representatives are here from
and R. E. Babis who have left
six more years Alfred B. Chris- The Naval Ordnance Depot, Macon .
the squadron to return to civilian man, AK1, was the last man to Ga.; the Marine Recruit De.

life.The ship over in January. i pot, Parris Island, S. C.; Naval
VW-4 cagers stormed NAS A THINK IT OVER-That's the message brought out by the Base, Key West; Naval Air Station
Communications last week in a net gain of eight enlisted men ,chart that hangs on the wall at Fighter Squadron 173 in hangar Ala. Naval Air
58.44 thriller was experienced by the squadron 116. Designed by Frank Fuquay, ADC, (left), and illustrated' by i Birmingham: ;
during the last week, with men Allen Bell, Jr., SN, (right), the chart points out nine advantages Station, Pensacola and all satelile
S coming from as far away as-the the re-enlistee will have over his civilian counterpart. activities; Naval Air I Station

FAW11The Azores and as near as Fasron 109. I made up of players from the station ; Memphis, Tenn.; Naval Construction
Griffons notched VF-173 Chart Battalion Center, Gulfport,
Wine a Merton F, Warren, ADE1, comes varsity, VC-62, and other'NA-
pair of wins in the city basketball from near the African coast and Miss.; Marine Corps Supply Center -
S Don Bloebaum John
last week squadrons. : Albany, Ga.; Navy Mine
league by trouncing Donald R. Glidewell, AK3, comes I Points ReUpBenefits
DeMoley 67-24 and McDuff Hardware from nearby Fasron 109. Adams, Bill Krueger, Whitey Bea- Countermeasure Station, Panama

27-18. Jim Mosely, SN, tallied I sley, Pete Sheets, and Jack Turner City; the Naval Hospital, Buford,

20 point in the first game. Others reporting aboard were: made the trip for "62", The S. C.; tile Marine Corps Station,
Oliver J, Denksr, CS3; Robert L I Miami; NAAS Sanford; and NAS
Two men have taken advantage team played well but the "Gators"won
of the AINav permitting men to Hawkins, ADC; Jefferson P. Blan- 9473. I Why should an enlisted man Sanford; and NAS Glynco, Ca.
kenship CS2; Frank Spolar, YN- ---- -- -
ic-cnlist one early. Roger I re-enlist in the U. S ?
year SN; John J, Parker, Pill, and Cross-hanger sports competition Navy
McNay, YN2 and George Greer, William F'. McPherson, AEC was keen last week, with Fasron On the wall of Fighter Squad. SAFETYBox
SKI, both signed over for six 6 meeting VC-62 both in basketball I
A lone departure was Alexander ron 173's space .in Hangar 116
more years. and on the maple lanes. VC- Score
E. Patton, AMAN, who in are nine
very important reasons,
Captain Edwin J. S. Young and 62 keglers rolled over Fasron 4.0,
what could well be called "Opera given via huge chart. Disabling. Injuring Through
his staff are busy this week giving while the basketball team downedthe a picture

an Operational Readiness Inspection tion Slowdown", left a squadron Sixers, 46-44. Whitey Bcasley Designed by the wall's best Tuesday, Feb 1
of the Navy's fastest jets for
(ORI to VP-3. Lasting scored the winning points witha friend and the squadron's lead. This Month 0
with the airships of VP-3 at Lake-
'three days, the ORI will test the hurst. field goal in the last 34 seconds ing chief :Frank E. Fuquay, This Year 0

availability of the squadron, its of: the final quarter of one of ADC, the chart points out advan Daji Sinew last

men, planes and equipment to Leaving on Jan 27 for a short the season's most thrilling games. tages the re-enlistee has over his Lost-Time Accident 63

meet wartime conditions, "cruise" to the University of Flo- Don Bloebaum was high-point civilian counterpart in housing,

rida at Gainesville, was another man with 18. This victory was a advancement, retirement, medical -

VA10ILcdr. VC-62 "Detachment." Lt. Jack 1 particularly sweet one for VC-62 care, food, leave and liberty, contingency Tony Pastor I .

Mills coached the squadron's contribution the first basketball victory recreation, and disabi
Laverne William Scott
to a basketball: team: I|I over Fasron 6 in three years. lily
Cummins, became VA-104's number Band
_____ Coming
two "IIcH's Archer" when he f Chief Fuquay and the w a U
relieved Lcdr. Benjamin Colmeryas 4" avY +k 1a agree that they arc not trying

executive officer following thesquadron's v i to make an "absolute convert"I February 16

return from the Medi e I with the first reading, but "only
terranean in December y 6ra 1 want the men in the squadronI I Tony Pastor and his celebrated

., I to think over both sides of theI orchestra have been scheduled
Lcdr. Cummins reported here db 7rr'
3 r P r r I before their for un at the NavalAll'
I proposition making appearance
from Washington, D. C., where I
decision. Station Wednesday February
he served as assistant detail officer '
with Naval Operations. When V1-173's commanding officer 16.
Comdr. William R. McClen- The famed vocal, -Instrumenla
Lcdr. Cummins has the distinction don, first saw the chart, he list and his band will play for ,
of being one of the few Naval 4
a crew's dance at the Mainside
praised it as "one of the best
aviators qualified in both than-air lighter- t charts of its kind I have ever gymnasium starting at 2000 and
than-air and heavier- will play earlier at 1730 at the
type aircraft. His duties ax a Officers Club.
"blimp" pilot carried him to Tri y r, The chart's convincing illustrations Pastor and his orchestra are be.

nidad and Brazil as officer in $ were drawn by Allen J. Bell] coming great favorites of dancers
charge of Blimpron 41 detach- Jr., SN, the Jesters' top artist.
from coast to coast!! Pastor, who
4 >
ment has a singing style all his own,
l>allCllllSlrlllllCIltSIlcclllcCll and the manner in which he renders -

VP-18 and plays songs Is known

Patrol Squadron 18 has been By TVThe throughout the entertainment

selected as host squadron to VP- 4446 kda world.
has made substantial
921, a reserve squadron from St. Navy .
] strides toward an aircraft
Louis, Mo.During .
in which the pilot will have to Guided Missile DDs
their two week tour of
concern himself with two
duty with VP-18, the St. Louis May Not Be A Dream
... controls and a pair of panel instruments
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unit will be drought up to date .
on the latest equipment and pro- CC; AWARD FOR ENSIGN-Former enlisted man Ensign Joseph Guided mlHsile destroyers may
Slattery, student at Aviation Ground Officers School at It's being done with the helpof
cedures"used by VP-18 in carrying NATTCenter, receives a Good Conduct Award from Capt. Henry television. Officials expectthe nut be just a fantastic dream,
out the primary mission of anti DeLonp, commanding officer of the training center. Slattery, a Although Navy officials nay that
submarine warfare. graduate of OCS In December 1954, received the award for a prototype to b* flown by while ToO ship is now actually being -
three-year period ending last July. 1958. (AITS).
Training will consist of lectures built as a guided missile destroyer -

use of the operational nor is any ship being con.

Flight Trainer, which is an actual Marines Reveal Use Of All-Purpose 'Igloo9 Sheller vetted into one, the Navy has just

mock-up of a P2V-5, films, and established DDG.-a guided missile

participation, wherever practical, destroyer classification.
with all phases of squadron acti- The Marines now have a pieces, which are placed to for such things as combat unit This is to take care of "future

vities. t. new fiber glass "igloo". gether in the same manner that headquarters, photo lab, per. dcvelopements" official: pointed

This past week training has The shelter, known officially ice blocks are joined to forman sonnel shelters I instrument out. Currently the Navy is converting

been going full steam. When the as the TS-Q6 Fiber Glass Shel- "Igloo". shops, maintenance shops, mess two cruisers, the Canberraand
hall and for many other uses.,, the Boston, into guided mis-
weather is bad pilots get actual ter, is the result of three years Twenty feet wide, with the The hut has withstood tests slle cruisers. .
instrument training and in good
of research and development. length varying from 20 to 60 against 115 mph winds and is .
weather bounce and tactics hops
scheduled.The The hut consists of two sections feet, the 2,800 pound structurecan fire and water proof. An initial Airman: "I saw a screwy kind

are -a half circle body and be assembled by six Ma order for 30 such uniU have of bird in the Aleutians. It lay

'whole squadron Is very rounded end. Both of these rines in 45 minutes. already been placed by the square eggs and talks.! "

proud of the basketball and bowl parts are broken into smaller The new hut can be used Marine Corps. Girl: "What does it 'say?"
ing teams. The bowling team ran Airman "Ouch"
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i I Page Four' JAX AIR NEW. 3:} February 1955

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I I Everything_ The Question 'Who's' On First?' I

What docs "skinny" mean? One fellow earnestly desired a than--most, wanted to know how The theorists have their fun

How do ;you beat time for picture of Niagara Falls frozen, he could get into the Norwegian I too: "Do you have any books by

choral music? Do you have yet! merchant marine. Freud" (a gent whose name is SALTY HUMOR FROM

any information on marriageand FROM' PERSONNEL expecting Then there's the questionseekers constantly on the tongues of the HERE AND THERE

sex? What are'the home- deployment to colder regions:! in Florida for the first time: information-seekers!:: )?

stead laws of Alaska? What often comes the cry-"Got Ad- "Can avocados be kept on ice?" I ONE FEMALE CAME up witha Customer "Are you sure One

was the message to Garcia? miral Byrd's latest book?" One Or that old standby-"How do, dilly. "Do :you have some information bottle will cure a cold?"

These are not questions selec- sailor, obviously less satisfied you get rid of these roaches" on bathing suits of thq;: Druggist- "It must, sir, nobodyhas

ted for a radio-television quiz Twenties?" It was probably this ever come' back for a second"

contest. These are just some of same girl who prompted one local .

the' bizarre questions asked daily lothario to ask for a book on how Matron "I'm worried :_ my

at the Naval Air Station Library, he could protect himself against daughter is running around with

located topside Building 3. women! that new doctor in town."

Mrs. Margaret Clees, head libra As humorous as these requests Bored "Well, feed her an

lian, says that a good deal of anormal seem, they arc representative of apple a day."
the of interests at NAS.
working day is spent variety .
Some of the are easily
doing research to answer these rI "How much are your peaches?"
answered. Many involve hours of .
questions that are not so normal. "Penny each, lady."
research. In addition to this mam-
TYPICAL O? question-askers "I'll have one, please."
moth job, the library staff main-
Js the blushing miss who stutters I "GivhV a party?"
tains a very up-to-date and versatile -
and stammers and finally bares 4 .
her dark secret: "Can I take a "Melvin Melvin "
There is an out-of-town news- ,
peck at a book on 'what every room which carries the "What Ma?"
young bride should k n o w'?" __ Sunday editions from 19 major "Are you spitting in the fishbowl -
However, the girls arc not the ?"
-r- cities in addition to the daily
only ones put on the delicate papers from Chicago and Jack- "No, Ma, but I'm coming pretty
t-pot by that mysterious> sacrament : __ __ sonville.AT close." _

of matrimony. :The same younglnd"s LEAST 150 different magazines .
husband might inquire at
are subscribed to by the There are two kinds of collegesin
later date "Do have
a : you any
NAS library. The magazine: sec- America those that wish
books how to build baby
on a
tion contains periodic literatureon they had fired the coach last year
crib? WOMEN'S WORLD-Talking over current Wave problemsand such subjects as farming, fashion and those that wish they hadn't.
Ingenuity is the keyword for projects at NAS Jax, Lrdr. Eleanor Sowers (renter), administrative it's .
the different questions assistant to the assistant of the Chief of Naval Per- and finance. Here quite
many sonnel for Women, chats informally at a tea riven in her honor "kosher" for a religious: journalto "You sold me a used car about
the NAS deskCalendar
brought to library during an official visit last week. The Wave officer's visit includedan be the next door neighbor of two weeks ago."
inspection of all Wave activities and a complete tour of the for the "
Hot Rod Magazine, or "Yes sir.
base. Left to right are, Lupit Ortiz, SN; Peggy O'Neil, CSC; Lcdr. ,
OFFEd's Sowers; Kay Edwards, SA, and Joy Keiley, AGAN. copy of Theater Arts to be the "Well, tell me again all you said
-- ._- I strange bedfellow of Mechanics about it I'm getting discour

Break For Some In .I Illustrated.There is also a biography sec- aged." .

tion which runs the gamut from "Waiter."

President Eisenhower to Polly "Yes, sir?"

Tax Law RevisionsThis Adler. Such perennial favorites "Have you ever been to the

I as The Rise and Fall of the Roman zoo?"
( is the second in a series of articles on Ff'derallnrome tux.) I 1 Empire and Grimm's Fairy "No, sir." .

CL U8 When Congress changed the Federal income tax laws in 1,954, Tales are also at the readers' fin- "Well you'd sure get a kick out
it not only added a month to the final date for filing, it also added gertips. "
.watching the turtles zip by.
several new terms to the income tax jargon. Included in this is a THE LIBRARY is first and .

of Events paragraph which helps taxpayers who have to pay someone to foremost for military personnel,
I She- (to the bookstore salesman ,
Feb 3 Happy hour at Ceiling take care of their children while they are working. but dependents may use its va- ) "I want a book that will
zero 1730-1830. Although it doesn't apply to rious facilities. And with nil these
vicemen who return from a com- make me tingle all over, give me
Feb. 4 hour most service facilities it is hard to
Happy (Select personnel, a new different
bat zone are not required to file goose pimples, light up my eye!
bar drinks 25c) classification has been added to imagine how the constant batteryof "
an income tax return immediately and thrill me silly.
Fib. 5 Steak Fry, T-Bone (the income tax code. This is term- reference questions arc ever
but are obligated to do so Salesman "Lady, are you
and Sirloin steaks, charcoal broil- ed "surviving spouse" as appliedto answered. But they are. "
within 180 days after returningto sure you want a book?
td; Johnny Jelinek and his or- a widow or widower who maintains the United States So, if the party gets dull, try .
(hestra. a home for at least one child springing one 0 f these clock-
Feb.= 6 Sandwich luncheon in who is termed a dependent.The WHEN YOU sit down to figure stoppers that are just routine Waitress "Tea or coffee?"

the dining room 1100-1700; status is available for two out your income tax, don't forget stuff to the library staff: "Does Customer "Coffee, without
that has allowed cream."
Buffet dinner featuring Southern taxable years following the deathof a new the earthworm reproduce itself?"
Filed Chicken and Roast Beef. the mate. For income tax purposes deduction, limited to $600, to "How long does the female ele- Waitress"You'll have to takeit
working women or widowers including without milk we're all out
Feb. 7 Club closed the survivor can file a joint phant carry her young?" "Whatare -

Feb. 8 Game night CallIng tax return for both persons, pro- men who are legally sep- the names of those who diedat of cream." .
arated or divorced. This is for the
starts promptly at 2030. Fun ; viding such a return would have the Alamo?"
for everyone. Prizes for many. been allowed during the year in expense of caring for certain de- Goliath was very much aston-
pendents while the taxpayer ished when David hit him with a
Feb. 9 "All you can eat fordollar" which the death occurred. Fishermen
I works. Spear stone. Such a thing had never
a Old Fashion Beef Stew UNDER TilE TAX code any
1 Dependency is strictly limitedto entered his head before.
v vegetables or Baked Macaroni person who qualifies as the "headof Slate Meeting
children or stepchildren under .
Au Gratin. a household" can file an in-
Ladies' Events come tax .return under a special 12 and those who are physicallyor There will be a get-together. The famed Sherlock Holmes arrived -

Feb. 8 VA-105 Wives' Lunch- rate schedule set up for such mentally incapable of takingcare Feb. 9 of all personnel interestedin on the scene of a crime

eon. persons. of themselves.-AFPS). I deep sea diving, spear!: fishing and said, "Why this is more

Feb. 11 Ladies Golf Meeting The head of a household is described (Next week-gross Income, ad- and other underwater activitiesin serious than I expected. This win

1000. as any unmarried: (or, legally justed gross income and taxable the NAS library located top- dow has been broken on both
Special Events separated) person who does Income). side i in Building 3 at 1930. sides."

The house committee has lined not claim the title of surviving ::0-".... ..... ....... ._... _..........r- -
up three special events for Feb- spouse but who maintains as his

ruary. The monthly steak fry home a residence for which he

Saturday Feb. 5, the annual Valentine furnishes more than one-half the

Dance Feb. 12 and a cock- cost of maintenance and has a

tail dance billing Tony Pastor and member of the household) any per- .r
Ms orchestra Wednesday Feb. 16. son who qualifies as a dependent .1.f a: t

The monthly steak fry has become such as a n unmarried child, h pt.

a regular affair for many grandchild, stepchild or parent. a k

officers and their dates. TilE DEADLINE: for filing the 'h" __ I >s p ppvl

There will be dancing to the 1954 income tax return Is April

tunes of Johnny Jelinik. 15 but there is an exception ;' ai3 vtg.

The Valentine Dance, complete which applies particularly well

with gay St. Valentines' Day to service people.

color, should offer inducement This provides that U. S. citizens

for both the young and young who are residing or traveling out-

In heart on Saturday Feb. 12. side the continental limits of the

Tony Pastor is the feature presentation U. S., District of Columbia, Alas-

of the officers club for ka or Hawaii: on Apr. 15 are givenan

February. Tony will appear with I.. extension to June 15 if applied

Ms orchestra Wednesday Feb. 16, for. But there is one catch-an

in a one hour cocktail session interest rate of six percent per : < xia rd

from 1730-1830. The admission is year on the unpaid tax must be

free and contrary to aroused suspicions paid from .the original due date

i .. there will be no strings which,would be Apr. 15. The application
un nnn_ ___ ___________nn-n-.
t attached, no advance in prices and for extension must be
no coven Make.your reservations made to the director of the district NAVY WIVES OFFICIALS=: New officers of the Jacksonville Navy Witts,Club were Installed

now. while there Is still plenty of in,which,the return is filed. .last week in'a candlelight. ceremony In the Seminole Hotel. Left to right are. Mrs. Thora Ring,
parliamentarian; Rita Mann, treasurer Mrs. Ruth geese president Mrs. Shirley Wttte, tfce-
I Ume. Also, according to the code, ser president; Mrs. Helen Iloaglandsecretary and Mrs. Mary Clpola) > ,('bap,aha. '



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MarineReserve .:' j

Off icersAttendAO > j

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((0)) School '<> t",. '.,. ( .' >'1,

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Seven Marine Corps Reserve ., Aches, pains and bruises were

officers, recent graduates of basic ,i-t' ..: ..' the rewards for the Waves in

infantry training at Quantico, Va., ;. '. i !\ Barracks 723 attempt at trying to
arc included in the class of 17 \ ;' rush the summer season. After

at Aviation Ordnance Officer t taking part in a hard-played softball -

School at the Naval Air Technical game over the weekend, the

Training Center here. NAS Waves are really feeling the

The seven Marine officers are results.

attending the 10-week course with Girls coming out of the wood

ten Navy esnigns-eight of whom Y work and girls coming out of the .

were recent graduates of Aviation. floor! Seems like it to personnelof

Ground Officers School. Barracks 720 as people keep

Two Reserve Navy officers also reporting in with very few leav-

. are in the class-Ensign Edward ing. Bunks are now being moved .

Fosnot of Patrol Squadron 11, ...._ ""' ;:.......,.......v- into the recreation and study

Brunswick, Me., and Ensign Fred- MARINE OFFICERS AT '0' SCHOOL-Seven Marine Corps Reserve second lieutenants, fresh rooms to house new Marines and

rick Harvey, of the USS Badoeng from basic infantry training at Quantico, Va., are attending: Aviation Ordnance Officers School at Waves.
Straits. The other eight Navy en- NATTCenter here. Viewing- Marine marker with their instructor Robert Cantrrll, AOC, are S .
left to right) 2nd Us. Jerome Denning-, David Bell, Slovo Hollister, Rolf Spicer, I.. A. Florio, Mar-
signs John Frazier, Bowheart lowe Sprain and John Graziano. A look toward the future may

Frentrcss, Max Gunn, John Keener leach the girls in Barracks 723

John McCracken, Charles Tells 'TokoRiAboard the meaning of being packed
Of Filming
Rose, John Yarwood and Vincent WEEKEND TIDE "tighter than a fruit cake," Crow

Zclones.. High Low ded though we may be, there will

The object of the Ordnance A.M. P.M A.M P.M Carrier OriskanyWhat's always be a big welcome in our -

Officers School is to provide selected Fri. 5:37: 6:06: 11:48: 11:56: it like when hearts for all new-comers. Wel-
personnel with the theoretical Sat. 6:37: C:54: .... .? 12:40: aboard? ed the services of an interpreter, come to Josie Boatman, AA; Ruth

and practical background, Sun. 7:24: 7:44: 12:50: 1:27: comes Lcdr. Jassoy had trouble with the Galvan, AA; Zita llohenschild,
to the performance of It's quite a deal, according to conversation. A A, and Joyce Sicvenmorgan,
Lcdr. Robery Jassoy, of the Assis-
their duties as squadron ordnance tant Industrial Manager's Officein Paramount's last night aboard, YN3.Know

and gunnery officer. N. Y. Considering downtown Jax. an amateur show was staged with your Shipmates: Kthalyn:

Mickey Rooney as master of cere- Hicks, PNC, proves that educated
Lcdr. Jassoy was- aboard the monies. people work in the departmentof
Korea Vet BonusKorea
Alert Sailor carrier USS Oriskany, as assistant Paramount cameras did an excellent Education. Holding a Bachelorof

veterans of the stateof supply officer, during the film job catching Navy life Arts degree from the University -

Warns PilotIn New York may be in fora shooting for the Paramount movie aboard the Oriskany, .says Lcdr. of North Carolina, she is pre- -
bonus. "Bridges of Toko-Ri". Jassoy. Although he participated sently working on her master's

A bill, granting bonuses up In order to make the movie in some of the scenes aboard the from Duke "Hixie", with 12 years

Trouble to J250 to Korea: vela, ha* been more authentic, Paramount t carrier, he said he "wound up on service (all good conduct) is the '

The nation's and the introduced in the New York brought the two stars of the the cutting room floor". gal to see on all points of self-

U. S. Navy are taxpayers hundreds of thou ; state legislature. Even if approved show, William Holden and Mickey .,_.".,!, education. .
Rooney plus director Mark Rob- S
sands dollars richer and however, the bonus 'TTT'
an over-
would not be paid before Jan. s n, aboard for two weeks to live California here we come" is:
eager pilot is unhurt and alive I
today thanks to 1, 1057 at the earliest, officialsof and act the life of Navy men, says the favorite motto of Shirley Kg-: '
a fast-thinking
i Lcdr. Jassoy. Many of the most SN Wilhclmina Grant S1I3
sailor at NAS Cecil Field. the State Veterans AdminIstration gers, ; ,
point out. dramatic scenes were filmed a- and Jeannie Brown, SN, who have
William C. Neal, AM3, was assigned -
board the
A bonus bill must be ap Oriskany. received orders to San Diego<<
j i to duty as runway watch .
( Special congrats are in order
during a mass squadron landing ,
Some of the more interestingscenes for Jeannie Brown who has done
operation lie had
successfully and then voted on in a statewide reports Lcdr. Jassoy, were such a super job on the Waves
signalled some 30 aircraft to a filmed at the main pier of Yoko-
referendum, under the basketball team during her two
safe landing when he a lone I
saw state constitution. suka and night club scenes were years here.Wearing.
F9F6 Cougar jet, one 0 f the ...
shot at a Japanese night
Navy's newest type aircraft with a new on the
wheels up preparing to settle, on Two can live as cheaply as one "Bridges of Toko-Ri" is the .in1 j ring finger of her left hand nnd

the -If they both have good jobs. story of a Reserve Navy pilot, proud of it is Kay Hamilton, HN,
runway. S a veteran of World War II, who who had just become the financcc

After frantically waving his Amateur shows are a means for was called back into action during of Charlie Watt Both are attached -

flags in warning to no avail, Neal I peopleNwith no talent to prove it. the Korean War. As a jet pilot he to the Hospital.

dropped his flags and grabbedfor flies many missions, but the most
Chase those ills and chills
: away
his Very pistol. Quickly he is bomb-
important for the Navy and come on back home that'sthe
tent a warning signal of two of Toko-Ri.
ing the bridges wish of all Waves and Ma
salvos across the bow of the approaching :7 t:; .
: rines to the following people
aircraft. lie was rewarded For background, Japanese girls
keeping the nurses: hopping in
when the pilot started were hired to hang on to the
Ward A-10. Pvt. Mar&hial Lynn;
"pouring on the coal" recirclingthe Lcdr.
sailors. One day Jassoy
Ollie Sue Lee, SN; Carol Anthony,
field. When he again prepared movie
lunched with the Japanese
SA, and Barbara Dcnto, TD3.lIow's .
to land, his wheels were safely actress Kciko Ajak, who he saysis
down. about sending a gct-well
pleasant. Until he obtain-
The pilot, who had just arrived very card to those shipmates. They'll

back at Cecil Field from a six- Club Greer DECIDES, SKI,TO arrives STAY with-George hat appreciate being remembered and

months cruise in the Mediterranean Teenagers : and coat after accepting the knowing they arc missed. Only

won the commendation of Navy's invitation to spend t>ix costs a nickel for a card at the

his skipper for his "heads up" Meets SaturdayThe more years as a sailor. Greer, Navy Exchange.:
serving on the staff of Commander .
handling of a dangerous situation. regular monthly business Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
The witnessed already has six !! hitched
whole drama was years
of the Naval Air Station
from the sidelines by the flyer's Teenagers Club will be held Fri- onto his belt. Civilian Golfers ..

wife. day Feb. 4, in Building 804 at To Form Club
223,000 EMCOn1lJclil1g

1930.All members, with their parentsand Plans are underway to revive -

any adults interested in work- In the Naval Air Station Ci-

ing with this group, arc urged to vilian Golf Group.

attend. The meeting is to be an The first meeting toward this

Important one in planning club PO Exams effort will be held at 1930

NOTES. activities and policy for the com- Friday February 11 at the
o x I Some 223,000 enlisted men
ing year. I Cumberland Road Community
throughout the Navy will be
Members of the Parents Advis-
There will be a dance at the competing for advancementsto Center.
out that more
CPO Club Feb. :5 S, from 2030 to ory Council point on the part of petty officer third class Civilian golfers interested in
active participation
formation of such an organization -
and to chief petty officer
0100.Game of club members in plan- up
night is every Tuesday parents during February. are urged to be present.the .
ning and conducting club functions -
starting at 2000. A large crowd is is necessary if the club is Approximately 23,000 enlisted

usually on hand. Available will to have another successful year. personnel, including about 300 sta- POI tests, Feb. 23.

be :your favorite beverage and the The Teenagers Club, since its Honed aboard NAS Jax, completed The previously announced new

galley is open for sandwiches and reorganization in April of last their CPO exams Tuesday. system of multiple computationwill

dinners. TPAGAN has provided a wholesome Exams for petty officer third go Into effect, with these
The galley: is turning out excellent year program of recreation, including class is scheduled for Tuesday, exams, The present credit of one

noon specials for 35 cents dance insttfictoins!, picnics and Feb. 8, with 100,000 seamen takIng point for the Good Conduct Medal .
every week day except Monday. 'POWER Here' a will be Increased to four point
swimming parties for teenage dependents the tests. The Bureau of Personnel -
Cold sandwiches are available at high-powered Universal-International's Allison for i Allison you-: of Armed Forces personnel also estimates that 65,000 and credits for years of service

the bar on that' ,'day. The Galley I Hayes: You can residing' in 'the 4acksygyille \will take the PO2 exams'on Feb. andeervic in pay grade" will be -
hours safe from 0930 5 until. 2J30 the farm" withesinkter doubled.T .
"Slim of area i I. 4 t 15 and 33,000 more will fair
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I Rods andNunrods I Waves Hold TIME pUT,

Respectable L _
With Gordon Robbie

(This column Is devoted to 183'Marl

outdoor life and the host of The Golden Gloves event,

hunting and fishing enthusiasts Seeking further fields to A piece de resistance of ama

aboard the station or attached conquer in women's service teur boxing, makes its an..

to neighboring facilities) basketball, the Jax Navy nual appearance locally Mon

The hunting season in Floridawas Crackerjax:: travel this week- a rat
end to Memphis to the
officially closed, at sundown engage

Feb, 1 (Tuesday), Memphis Waves in a two- next week.
Thin year's slugfest, the 12th
setto. .
the curfew, however,
Lcdr. II. F. Johnson of ComFair With a record of 18 wins and annual Jacksonville Gloves tour.

Jax and George Bennett, 0 & R, three losses for the season-only ney; will see the fighters wearing-

enjoyed, a good days hunting in one defeat at the hands of a 'headgear for the first time.

south Georgia and bagged 15 service club-the Crackerjax seek '
Actually it'll be the second
birds numbers 19 and 20 in the victory _
4 1 a column. fight tournament In Florida in

The Crackerjax have posted which the head protection has
.. Mrs. June Henry of Public
11 victories Against service out h been used. Boxers in the recent"(
Works, Cecil Field, Comdr. Henryof fits. A lone one-point defeat: to --
ComFair Jax and Lcdr. Hall State AAU Tourney used head.
the rrnsaoola Gosettes mars an .
spent; last Saturday drift fishing otherwise unblemished slate in gear.

et Kin sley Lake. I Amateur boxing official..
service-wide competition.After HOLD THAT POSE Doing a solo bit with the ball is Hos
Using live shiners, the party the Memphis trek, it is pital's Bob Fahy, as the Medics elected to freeze the sphere in the around the nation have found
boated live black bass. late of the recent Hospital-Fasron Six encounter at Main-
large hoped to arrange a pair of tilts stages I the use' of headgear to be highly
Largest of which was gotten by against the Women Marines of side gym. Hospital won the fray, C5-45.: In a hawk-like pose with
I arms outstretched is the Banshee's Jim Drenth. Fourteen teams beneficial. It lessens the sting!
Mrs. Henry, a 12-poundcr. Con Camp Lejeune, N, C. I are in the race for Intramural honors in the Mainside round ball
gratulations to Mrs. June Henry. i of a blow and reduce'! danger of
The Lady Loethernecks haven'ttasted circuit.

Lcdr. O. S Braddock Jr., AE defeat in five seasons. They head Injuries caused from hit

School Training Officer, and J. rank as one of the top women's Patrolmen Show Class In 1 ting the! canvas

)I, Vaughn, instructor at the service teams in the entire East. I *

School, landed some very fine A double-header against i I Acknowledging we're not too

black bass at Kingsley Lake, a Keesler AFII Wats last weekend ;- I much of an authority on lexicography

week ago Saturday. was canceled at the last NAS Roundball LeagueThe I we aren't satisfied with the

I a : minute. The visitors were unable I I phrase "intramural" pertaining to

to make plane arrange that part of athletics carried on
Lcdr. Braddock really made script followed form in the Mainside intramural
ments. at school and
out, catching one bass that tipped Matt Kurilich, head coach, basketball league ''last week as the big boys kept winning: nearly unit in every the nation. service
the scales at 10-lbs. and pushing the weaker ones further down the list.
plans to take 15 players on the Webster defines the word
W. G. Nobles, 0 & H, caught 16I VC 62 provided excitement, as
northward trip to Memphis. I : Mills quintet.
"confined to, or within the walls:
large-size speckled perch Saturday This includes: Pat and Gerri squeaking out a 46-44 victoryover I .
i Still undefeated, along with or limits of, a school, city, etc"New
and 24 on Sunday. Place of
Gorsky, Norma Fleming, Beverly Fasron Six. A bucket by VC-62, are the Patrolmen of ( American Webster Dictionary
his good luck was Black Creek, Shir-
Bistodeau, Anne Simmons, Whitey Beasley with 34 seconds VP-18. The BUck-and-Yellow page 186).

near Middleburg. ley DeLavergnc, Lillian Whitney, left proved the clincher for Jack scored three wins last week. There's lots more to the pur-
Best times for fishing this week.: Willa Edwards, Ginny Brown,
I VP-18 set back VF-172, 63-39; pose of engaging in, and conductng .
end are as follows: Pat Harvey, Dianne Fitzpatrick,
tripped VA-175, 87-76, and bested ; Intramural sports, than merely .
Saturday 0600 to 1400 and Betty Zaninl, Pat Chulweicz, TWO-BIT CLUB
Personnel, 9840. that you and I or Joe aren'tgood
1630 to 1830. Mary Andersen and Jean Larson. .
+ High l point performanceswere VF-172 and Supply pulled intoa enough for the varsity, so -
Sunday0600 to 0900 and 1130
The Parris Island Marines .havea at a premium in; Main- second-place tie The Fighter- here we are.Tnlikr .
to mo.
basketball scoring average of side intramural basketball play men downed Communications, 55- its big brother"':'Vurslty -

-Bob Brown 93.9 and are hitting better than last week with only a trio of 33, despite Jim Rinehart's 19 -111 ol' Intramural I I..*. not

(News for this column can be 68.8 from the free throw line. At performers entering. the Two points for the losing five. really so little. It, too, can, and

submitted through Bob Brown, this rate. the Islanders could very Bit Club. Jack Lucovsky and Nick Hall fthnuld, go a long way to 'on -

ext. 525, Accessories Division, well wind up the season as the Hal Kuhn, classy VP-18 led Supply to a 56-52' win over ting good !sportsmanship! and

() & R.) top cage team In the East. court ace, found the way in FAETU. Lucovsky got 18 and boost the competitive !Idea

-- for the third time in two weeks Hall, 17 markers. *

with a 27-polnl effort against Tom Fahy bucketed 26 points in Intramural leagues aboard/ the
Scattergun VA175. pacing Hospital to a 79-37 rout of "station, must take a back seat to

I Will Ewing, Fasron Six high. FAETU. High man for the losers no one on this count.

Biz Boosts Jax Navy Skeet Team point man, bucketed 29 markers was Dick Powers with 19 count One thing, though. Although
the Banshees' 60-42 win *
ers. winning is so much more fun than
Maybe there's a lucky charm in over Operations.Also teams have been oC
Fasron Six recovered from the losing, guilty
the shooting jacket of Chief Gunner Championship against marksmen entering the club Is
the idea of fun
from 36 other nations at Caracas VC-62 loss as Will Ewing got hot. foregoing having
Francis Smith Phase Officer Tom Fahy 26-
a Hospital's a
ter than the proverbial firecracker and have made too much out of
Helped United States
at Aviation Ordnanceman against FAETU
point output
win Five-Man championship. scoring 29 and 24 points, respectively whether they won or lost.
School at NATTCentcr. turning the trick
I Though Gunner Smith himself in wins over Operations One of the best examples of
For, since 1933, a year after he KOSTKR: and Fasron 109.
has never been high man on his Kuhn, V1M8 33, 25, 27hwtnit playing just for the fun involvedIs
took the of skeet shooting
up sport : }'.uon Sir 29 NAS Personnel's
squad, his organizing ability and VC-62 packed too much pow. doughty crew.
his marksmanship has been 'r'ada. ta ron 109 28I
direction have paved the way for )re nth. Patron Hi* 28 er for Personnel, downing the Odds are 200.1 they'll have a suscesstul
helping to bring home trophies "ahr, Ho.plUl 2<
the Jax Navy gunners' fine rec JUII'bllam61 21 Ad Building five, 8151. Jack season even without a vio-
and awards. ord. hall, Supply SS Mills hit for 16 points in the tory.
NOW CAPTAIN of the world-
--- *
.. ... winning cause
psi :?'1,
Jax five-man
champion Navy
In other action, VA-175 defeated BACKBOARD BANTER-!
skeet team, Smith first began Communications 66-37 then How Bill
about this! Reigel, ex-
shooting while with Fasron 117 suffered a 55-52 setback to VW4. i Duke hoopster and now in the

.t Barbers Point, Hawaii. The 'Cane Hunters earlier got Army at "Fort Bennlng, recently

Elected team captain in November by Communications, 58-44, while dunked 103 points in a ,single

1953, his team took first ; Fasron 109's Beavers, helped by game.

place in the ComFair Hawaii $ Ed Connell's 22 points, downed The Nglt-f''M' ) Blue' Devil got

Tourney They also grabbed first ri1T Personnel, 71.48.NATTC 42 field goals: and 19! free thrown!
place in the Hawaii Territorial .
sparking his mates to a
Shoot. 157-61: win In the Columbus, flu.
The Jax 'Navy skeet team has Kcglcrs Independent League. -

en impressive record since Gunner
Smith was appointed officer- Start Loop Play Jack Kelly, Sr., wealthy Philadelphia

I contractor, is the fatherof
in-charge of the squad in Janu Two teams are undefeated after
screen lovely Grace Kelly Kelly
ary, 1954. first weeks play in the NATT-
and son. Jack Jr., are former
IN MAY, JAX Navy won ,the t Arta Center intramural bowling lea
Olympic singles sculls rowing
Florida State Five-Man Team gue. champions.

Championship with a score of Airman Preparatory School and

495x500() to start a chain of victor Naval Air Weapons System Administration won the Cap
tain's Cup for 1 64 at Cecil Field
ries. School are the two unbeaten
The winners Fasron Nine
Other June Won of the 12-
triumphs: squads resting on top
Georgia State Championship with team league. by two points.

495x500, edging Camp Lejeune 1Yy Husky Ted Tarkon of AO-B There's more to catching fish

Marines, 1953 National champ- < School is leading the individual than using a good hook. A fel.
..kp low in Jacksonville (Illinois, thatIs
lens, by one bird. 1 average race with a fat 166. Tiny
September Won U. S. National /K "'M qya.b: raR1., 1 aXr'M .wL. Wilhorn of the Marines tops the ) figures a little breakfast food
"' -
Five-Man title at Waterford high games list with 202. served at the right time Is about
SKEET SKIPPERChlef Gunner Francis Smith seems to bear
Mich. Defeated Strategic Air a lucky charm for shooters who are members of his skeet teams. High series of 535 is held by the best bait.

Command in shoot-off. As team captain of Navy scattergun artists In the Pacific area and Frank Dettloff of Supply. High He caught two large carp by

NOVEMBER The Jax Navy "Florida Smith has led his marksmen to various championships team average ia held by ANP( ) using bait made by his own two

hooters' took 2nd, 4th, 9th, 12th 'and a high position against the world's best shooters. The Aviation school with 794 and high' team hands with a wheat cereal as'the
Ordnanceman School officer Is shown' with an assortment. of
'and 13th places in the World's awards: and trophies he and his teams haVe snared; series by the Preps with 2270. principal ingredient

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3 February 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seen

Hospital Wins Special Service Keglers

Twice In City

Cage League Rocked By Personnelmen

Fast.breaking VF-173 scored a VP-l&'s talented crew of pin-wreckers remained atop)

TO-63 upset win over Fasron Six National League standings while Hospital replaced Special

in the Men's City Basketball Lea Services for first place in the American League after tw.

gue last week: I weeks of play on the NAS intramural bowling front.

George'" Milhalzo collected 26 Continuing to sweep past a held the previous mark.
points for the Fightermen while band of fruitless opponents, YP
Also in the Senior loop the
Del Alb ternest added 14 mar. 18 posted a pair of shutout wins
Falcons second
VF-43. gained
leers. last week, over VA-175 and VF
place with a 3.1 win over Fasron
VC-SZ STOPPED VF-13, 53.50, 172. 109. A 502 by Tom Owens paced
after absorbing'; a 74-58 defeat by 4f Scoring was close in the first the winners.

Hardage and Sons. Downing AC tilt, the Patrolmen gaining the
Fasron Six drubbed VW-4 3-1
bested Fasron Six, 74-69, in an- ijpl total pinfall nod 2482-2387
",. aided by Jim Manno's 503) series.
other fray. Games went 855-830, 835-788 and
Earlier, the Banshees were blanked -
Cecil' Field, with Denny Hasinussen 792-769 all VP-18.
VC-62 40.
by ,
sinking 27 points, downed < 'it.. Carl !Edolo anchor-man deluxe
John Hancock, 72-61, and Hos. 1f';,.' .. set a ne.w league record in two Personnel rocked American
pital took an easy 84-65 decision departments. The wiry haired League standings, posting a 3.1

from Naval Reserve in Commercial ., clectronicsman bested by one pIn win over previously unbeaten
League games. I -' the single game individual mark Special Services Bob Robinson
WATCH NO. IS-These two Jax Navy basketball: butshotsbroke of 224. \ '
ALSO IN THE: Commercial cir : several individual scoring records this season, each getting Pen-men
cuit, Cecil Field topped VA-35, 41 points In single game..Dirk Tate (left), Flier captain, ran*.up Banshees Split ,
58-44; VF-171 tripped Naval Re- that mark Dec. 13 against Klon College. A month later Pat Gor- Old mark was held by Jim ly.
sky (right) Crackerjax forward scored that many against West' Wells of VC-62. A 595 record ComFair Gets Hot
verve, 70-51; Hospital': defeated Palm Beach AFB. The point totals set uew' Jax Navy men's and high individual series was replaced A 4-0 victory by Hospital over
John Hancock, 71-57, and George \ll'omt'n's'arslt)" and Mainside gym scoring marks. Coincidentally( ,
also handed first to the
by Edolo's 603. FAW-11 place
t'arhnars uniform ro13..
L. Seaman trounced the Reserves, ,
---- -- W. D. Whitlock's 527
-- Corpsmen.

106.70.Cagers. i. i I HAWS AO Tied r was the big noise for the victors.

ComFair Sax: captured runnerup -

Seek t For NATTC spot with a 3-1 win over theVF43

; Cougars and a shutout victory -

Fair Jax TitleThe over Faet u.

Cage Loop Lead L. A, Curtis paced the Staffers

annual ComFair Jax Basketball in the first tilt with a 504 series.
Tournament will be held Scoring a pair of victories last frank Colicchio hammered out, a

beginning Monday, Feb 7 at the week, Naval Air Weapons System 516 in the win over Factu.

Mainside gym according to Lt. t School remained tied for first! Communications blanked Supply *

Barksdale (f I place in the NATTCcnter intramural 40. Johinny Stinson, C. D.

oldinator. j basketball circuit with Aviation iliggerstaff: and Walt Thomas
It is expected that games will Ordnanceman School Jax Navy Muzzles each had 469 for the winners.

be held each weekday through j THE MISSILES downed Aviation Thrash Jaarr 27. 1MI

Feb. 11, depending on the number Storekeepers School, 62-48, >... .NATIONAL ITACrRT W" : : L: hl.vP .
of teams entered. I and spilled Training Facilities, I .is jfi/ 0 looo(
'. .
8060Throwing \'!' 43 FnlronH 7 1 75Katron
Only one entry, that of Cecil! 8235. Bulldogs lUtt 5:4: .tr 25VA175
4 4 .rWVCJ
Field-based VF-62 has been received Big guns in the first encounterwere 4 4 .500
A field doormat's 'cloak the Sax' Kaxron Six 4 4 .:.+10>
to date. large Jim Littleton, with 27 points away a threadbare VK-173 :3 .:.375VW4
Fought honors last year with the and Ed Larsen, with 18 points. Navy Fliers basketball quintet picked up its first win in :2 ]30 ...187VP.172
; 1 7 !
USS Hornet's quintet topping the The same pair paced the Missile- nearly three weeks by downing the University of Georgia VP.16 I) X .OUO

ciown. men in'the second game. j (Atlanta] Branch), 80-GO( last Friday at Mainside gym. JlOIIltal! AJlURIe'AN- J.\CiUr.7; 1 ,.575bmFalrJax
Winner of this event will MEANWHILE AK School' last ( 10 2 .IU.1
xepre- managed It was the third win in the I
I Bob Coleman's 15!
J were led by Communications 9 :3 ,750
sent ComFair Jax in the AirLant ( 1o eke out a C8-57 win over twelve starts for the Fliers who Special Hl'\'I"l", 5 :7 .625
Tourney week of Feb 21 at Nor Marine Aviation Detachment.Zeke broke a five-game losing streak. Supply Personnel 4 4' 4 ?.r.cJO 333I'AWI1
faced the PensacoU ,
Ruane tallied 21 points and The 3 : IUoM1ertrnnlcs
Dick Tate boosted his 21-plus
folk.All 2 8 .2ro
Goshawks at Pens
units attached to ComFair Bob Tartter and Bill Burch made points per game average with a lo'AIorU J II .:l.'IOn'.u
I j unreported at 1 T ,.1250
in a game press Cougars
Jax are eligible to compete inI 18 each for the winners. 36-point outburst The limber-
Jax entered the till S 4-
next week's tournament. Other scores: ANfP) School 58, legged Kentuckian coupled 12
I AE-A School 49; AO School 59, free throws with a like numberof holding a 7-12 record.A Fliers Average

Local Arena Hosts Spec. Sen-First! Lt. 54, and NAVES field goals, mostly layups, for pair of tough Air Force quintets
School 66 AE-A School 48 from Charleston and Shaw
the mammoth output. In
I' Air Force Bases, come to Main 75.4 Points
Golden Gloves Event! i i TEAM STANDINGS; ;; Jax Leads At Half
W I. Trt. I side gym tonight and tomorrow,
Boxers from Jax Navy will AO !School. .............:..H S 3 ,727 Jax Navy sped up the proceedings 18 Tussles
I NA\VS School. ..._ __. K :3 I .7-n in the second stanza after respectively. Cage
in the Golden Gloves H' ''
compete AK School _.... .. ......._ s .c ..fast5r'er. I defeated Jax
Championships to be held three. Str.-lbt Lt 5 4 a.,r Shaw's Flyers Dick Tate, scrappy Jax Navy
ANP) School ..__ 5 6 .455:>> Navy in an earlier tilt, 8473. It's
nights beginning Monday at 2000 Marines _. .. ... ? 3 5 'rrs aptain: held his position at the
InKae : : ::.::.=== t 7 con:! Fliers' the only meeting of the season : '
in the Main St. Arena. AK-A School ___.__. .. ....2 ,182', Weeklyhardwood with Charleston AFB. I top of the Fller basketball scorIng -
Complete entry list of Jax Navy parade, registering 37 point
boxers was slated to be turnedin Edgardo Romero, ex heavyweight SlateA Post Moral Wins In 18 games for a 21.5: pw game

tomorrow for the event. boxing champ, of Argen two-pronged basketball mendis An arch intra-city cage rivalryis average,

Meanwhile, coach Cliff Dauph- tina, is now taking U. S. Army on tap for Mainside court resumed Tuesday night of next Newcomer Pete Sheets, In action

anis is holding daily workouts of basic at Ft Ord, Calif The'A I followers this week as the Jax week when the Fliers invade for three games as of Jan. 28,

candidates' at Price Natatoriumat }' Academy's athletic director, Navy Fliers play hosts to a pairof Swisher gym to meet the home- used his way up the ladder with

NATTCenter. Lt. Col. Robert V. Whitlow, coached South Carolina Air Force standing Jacksonville Junior i a 7.3 mark, good for fourth place.

the Hamilton AFB, Calif., football quintets.' College.Dolphins. Pensacola Navy holding 1 place and shew po l.

Experience is what you have )) team to the Pacific Coast service Charleston AFB visits here to- appears on the Mainside boards, lona are Johnny Wagoner, guard;

after you've lost everything else. championship in 1952 night while Shaw AFB invades Feb. 10. and veteran forward Junior Caw- .
the home boards tomorrow. Jax Navy journeyed northward sell, with 12.8 and 12.5 marks, respectively -

I Tonight Charleston AFB. Jan. 24-25 for tilts with Camp .

I I NAS Golfers Drub Hyde ParkThe I I I Tomorrow Shaw AFD. Gordon's SCTC Signalares and To date, Sax Navy has been out-

Feb. 10 Pensarola Navy. the Parris Island Marines. Al- scored by its opponents, 856 to

Jax' Navy golf team de- over San Jose. All home games begin at 2015 though losing both tilts, the Fliers 1i.: points per game.
in Mainside Building Three. posted a pair of moral victories S. C
feated Hyde Park 16% to.l0l4, Jax Navy holds fourth spot gym

last week on the losers' course. wjth 16% points, three Jess "-I 1 1I The Army five took Jax Navy,

It was the initial match for the than Brentwood. Behind the moping through a lack-lustre first ; 97-76, while the Leatherneckswon Hold 6ND Keg

Fliers in Ultra-city competition.In Fliers is Hyde Park 12; Cecil half.Each 9773. In about half their '
the feature match Hyde Field 7ft and Beauclerc, 5Vs. club played slow, methodical games this season PI has gone Team Tryouts

Parks' Edwin Jenkins beat MATCHES ARE played by ball throughout much of the over the 100-point mark. Jax Navy will enter a team

Frank Heyer, .2 1. the month and scored on a initial frame A pair of quick hits ABOCT TIMKtTotals ) in the forthcoming 6ND bowling >
Other results: Joe McDonald from the floor by Junior Cassell r. ., 0.. (f') ((80) Jac NairC tournament.
basis. Team with
3-1 over Elliott Martin (HP); three-point and Pete Sheets sent the home- .1hon 14 5'36: ._ Tate In order to formulate the
most points after 12 months of James ...' 5 f. 6 DalyColrmttn
Lou> Brozo, 254 over Ken play will become city champion standers into a quick lead. =_ 15 0 F 10 2 M-_hasefJohuaon Scherernaldwln team to the advantage! of all
Hutchins (HP); Chuck Sum- Four and half minutes _.13 C H _. Wofford interested personnel, tryouts
._ c: 2.._ lnn'w'z I
mitt 3-0 over Sid Watts (HP). passed before the Bulldogs were I't'r'Ii-amen_..._ 4 3 G 8 Wagoner will be held Saturday at 1330
Field other Navy en-
Cecil successful in the field 'goal col- !11cMethan o 2 ilarrls
ALSO GEORGE Ayres 2'i4 the Mainside in
g I II on alleys,
trant, suffered a 19%.7% set- Smith .. .= a 6 == Sheets
over Jim Fulton (liP) and umn. tone ...._ 0 n 0 __ I.U1.70 Building Three.
Fred Rahaim 24-14 over Lew back to Brentwood in its initial Thanks to a late spurt before I VI IIllOn -...H.._ 0 U .._.... Kldd I Each person shall bowl one

Chaff contest.In the buzzer the Fliers enjoyed a 60 80
(NAS). game on each of the six lanes.
Timuquana took the lead after Saturday's Blind Bogey 39-29 .half-time bulge 4S The seven persona with the

first month' play in the em- tourney at the, station links, 7 Wins, 12 Losses Wife: "I believe my husband id highest average for the six

bryo links event The leaders John Fisher copped first place In action for less than half' the carrying on with his secretary." games shall comprise the

hold .a 25V to 21% advantage with a 38533. contest Cassell was :next inscor, Maid: "I don't believe it. You're squad.

ing with 10 points The Bulldogs just trying to make me jealous.


"" "!"" _,,_ _!..'"'-...... "' ..........,,_h'O//I., "


Eight" JAX- AIR NEW 3 February 1955
-- -- -- .,.,.. .... .. .. _,. ...... ,
: : "; '" "' w.+rvwwaM wwn.Mlhin.CTr- "" ','
\ '
r # mm mI :"S ::; : f(7": : TC : ;1, Service Bills

(Ads are taken Fridays and In CongressThe

:Mondays only, at NAS extensions N
annual flood of new bills
I 216 .or 8164.)
Into the legislative hoppers of the
For Rent Senate and the House began M
2 bdrm unfurn duplex, $75, 1263 usual soon af rthe opening of

4- 1 Wolf, Ev-72249, Solomon. the present session of Congress.The .

2 bdrm unfurn house, Ev-95867, proposed legislation, some
I Salter of it introduced by one or more

5 'rm. furn gar apt., 2919 Doric, Congressmen and some sent to the

Ev-95224, Harris. t Capitol by the Defense Department .
then was channeled to the
3 rm furn apt, FI-908C1 or nightsat "
appropriate committees.
112-85722, Edwards.
Some of the service bills now
3. rn7 .f urn gar apt, $65, 2601 Park, ry before Congress cover the follow-

j' 1 Ev-82770, Houston. ing subjects: -

3. rm furn apt, Murray Hill, Ev- More KA Officer

81760, Ballcntme.. The Army asked Congress for

4" 4' rm house, $57:50.4530: Mar. authority to integrate 4,080 reserve .

quettc Ev-84956, Addie. officers ranging from second

J 2 rm furn apt, $50, 4554. Post, Ev> lieutenants, through captains into
94847 after 1730, Wilkinson. ....... the regular Army. The proposed
1 5 rm unfurn bung, 1218 Bens- FISHERMEN REAP REWARDS-"All those prizes for just bill calls for the present RA officer
catching fish" That's right! These happy fishermen show off their
sclcar, E1-4C651, Mew Black Bass prizes won in the 1954 Black Bass Fishinr. Contest for civil service ceiling of 30,600 to be raisedto
( 2 bdrm unfurn house 520 Rus-<' employees. Left to right are Frank Wood, president of the Employees 34,680. A similar propsal was
more, Orange Park, 112-88037, I Association, sponsor of the contest; Bill Purcell, winnerIn sent to Congress last year, but
McCready. spinning rod and artificial lure class; 'Capt. Ira N. Curtis, Pub was not enactedIluUe
lic Works Officer, who accepted the departmental trophy; Francis
} bdrm turn apt, gar, 1233 Ingle- ContestantsClaim Jax in Otenran' PayA
Wagner, grand prize winner: Capt. John S. Tharh, NAS com
side, Ev-93567. manding officer, who made the presentations; Jack Bedenbaugh, bill to increase foreign duty
2! rm furn apt, 2130 Dcllwood, El. rod and reel with artificial lure winner; E. A. Carter, fly rod-ar and sea pay for enlisted' men to
56104 tificial lure class winner, and Bob Brown, contest chairman.;
Tompkins. Prizes more than three times the present
3 bdrm furn house, Shop 31142, amount has been introducedby
O & R, Ev-83839 after 1600, : Fatty I II Rep Victor Wickersham (D.-

Roach. Francis Wagner, employee of (Continued from Page 1)) I I Okla.) The measure, HR 222,
Large furn cottage, cheap, 112 3rd Public Works department, has would give the increased pay to
ful his waistline out of
can get
Ave N., Jax Beach, Ex-83769 orEx85933. been awarded the grand prize in 'I EM at sea or on duty any place
: the[ 1954 Black Bass Fishing Contest hand. When a pilot is dressed .In outside the continental U. S.

31' rm apt, $40, 2854 Corinthian, for civil service employees. full flying togs, and he has that Academy 1'a3Credit

A Ev-84235:>, Miller. Wagner, who snagged a 13 extra weight to carry around The Defense Department again

'" Turn apt, util, 2604 Post, Ev-759- pound, 10 ounce black bass in climbing; in and out of the cock- (Personnel are invited to visit asked Congress for authority to

,I, '.. 63, Bray Lake Delancey on April 16, won the USO Servicemen's Club at 37 give pay credit for time spent as
pit, and going through other
"r II 4 rm house, $40, 5119 101 St, Jax, the: departmental trophy for the not as comfortable as West Monroe Street. The Club is cadets at the Military, Naval
Green. from 0930 to 2330 ) Coast Guard and Air Force acad
Public Works dpeartment; a personal he could be.OFFICERS. open dally
J 3 bdrm furn house, $125, 3631 trophy and a $35 check to- Thursday, Feb. 3 800 P. M. emies. This proposal, which would
Boon Park Ave El-39071 Ev- AT VCV62 receive a amend the Career
wards the of his fish.
mounting Big bingo game, prizes, come one,
minimum of three hours conditioning -
;? of 1949 would
1 ans. come all.Friday. affect both active -
3 rm turn apt, $65, 2984 Green, per week. They are divided and retired officers. It wouldgo
Wagner also claimed a Shakespeare Feb. .4 5:30: P. M.
into two "wings", half flyIng -
NAS ext 8153 or Ev-84447 after into effect the first day of the
1730, Hester. President service Reel, a in the morning and taking Cafe Italiano spaghetti supper; month following Congressional ap
Shakespeare Service Reel, Shake- 8:00: P. M. Dancing to records.
their PT in the afternoon, and theothe'r proval.
1 bdrm turn gar apt, 4510 Irvington I
Tate speare Rod and 200 yards of line, flying In the afternoon, get Saturday, Feb. 5 Open house I Dependent Medical Care

4 rm. unfurn apt, gar 3684 Hed- as top winner in the annual prize 'ting their PT in the A.M. from 2:00: P. M. to 12:00: midnight; High on the list of new legisla.

rick-Avondalc, Ev-90766, Sey for live bait l Aside of their physical training dancing, ping pong. tion proposed by the Defense Department
mour. Other winners were E. A. Car- which includes an assortmentof Sunday, Feb. 6 10:00: A."M. is improved medicalcare

3 bdrm turn house, 4357 Longfel- ter of Public Works who was calethenlcs, such competitive Free coffee, then off to church for the dependents of mem

low-Ortega, Ev91950. named as winner for competitionin sports as basketball: handball, volleyball with junior hostesses; 5:30: P. M. bers of the Armed Forces.

3 bdrm rum house, avail Feb 4, fly rod with artificial lure; and softball are on the Community sing, vespers, free re- The DOD program was Introduced
Orange Park, NAS ext 8230 or Bill Purcell, of 0 & R winner for program freshments courtesy of the Wesley in. the House by Rep. Carl

112.85671, Stovall. spinning rod and artificial lure T1IK SCHEDULE RUNS some- Memorial Methodist Church; Vinson (D-Ga.), chairman of the

For Sale .. and Jack Bedenbaugh, 0 & R, thing like this: 1000-1100 Mondayand 8:00: P. M. Movie "Peggy." Armed Services Committee, as

2 bdrm home, GI equity, Lake winner of rod and reel with artificial Wednesday, afternoon -wing Monday, Feb. 7 Ping Pong H. R. 2685. It calls for using civilian

Shore Terr, 5164 Marlene Ave, lure bracket. competitive sports ; 15 O-l600 instructions with Frank Puskas; facilities to supplement the

Ev-97571, Mogaddinc.I Carter, whose catch was listedas Monday and Wednesday, morning Fencing with Don Oates; Skatingat present system of medical care

:3 I bdrm unfurn house, $450 down, 11 pounds, 4 ounces, out of wing, competitive sports; 1430- Skateland, reduced rates; Bow- when necessary, with the govern.

6025 Transylvania Ave, Ev-81- Lake Susan on Sept. 13, was a- 1600. Friday, all officers-sport of ling.Tuesday ment meeting a substantial part
949. warded a personal trophy; a spin their choice. The Friday afternoon I Feb. 8 Game Night. of the cost; uniformity in facilities -

3 bdrm house, $1,500 equity, 218 ning rod and reel, and 200 yardsof may be devoted to golf, ten- I Wednesday, Feb. 9 Valentine and practices among the servIces

W. 44th, El-36750, Wall.. line. nis'swimming, handball or other Sweetheart and Birthday Dance, ; making dependents of all
MiscellaneousHide sports. music by the NATTCenter Seren- regular, reserve, inducted and
wanted to 0 & R from vicinity For his five pound, 9 ounce bass The program was initiated to aders. some retired members 0 f the
caught in Clarks Bar on March Armed Forces eligible for
I care.
Ramona Blvd School, 0700-
get those officers who need it, back in shape, and also to keep
1530, NAS ext 716, Etersque. 21, Purcell also receives a personal the others from putting on too The terms of the bill are essentially -

Ride wanted from Murray Hill, trophy, spinning rod and fishing box much weight the same as those submitted

0730 to 1600, NAS ext 669, Eck- reel and 200 yards of line. Prizes were presented last .Fri- And they really like It! to Congress last year. The plan is

les. Bedenbaugh, who caught an 11 day by Capt. John S. Thach, com- expected to cost a total of $157

1 riders wanted from vicinity 5- pound, 8 ounce.bass in Little Lake manding officer of the Naval Air Student: How do two porcu- million a year, with the govern

Points to NAS 0700-1530, Shop Kerr on July 2, was the recipientof Station. Capt. Ira N. Curtis, Pub- pines make love?" ment paying $121 million and the

'122, 0 & R or 2518 Herschel, a personal trophy, Shakespearerod lic Works officer, was on hand to Prof.: "Carefully very care- dependents the remaining $36
r Ev-87421, Varnadoe. Pfleuger reel and a wooden accept the departmental trophy. fully."" million.-AFPS( ).


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