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 10, 1955
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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I Super-Salty Slang Slightly Slims 'Sailors' Salary -I I I

"Well, you're $1.35 short vity, whereby ship's company lations is an on-the-spot tran sonnel at 912 can pay-as-they-

this payday!Where is it?" are fined five cents per cuss- saction. profane, or can open up a

"You see, honey, it's like word. Proceeds go to fill the But for the charge account.

this. I-iimmm-Uh- I can't fund used for purchasing su. convenience of Fines are kept in a small
gar, coffee, cokes, donut.and offenders whodon't
milk bottle, but if business
other items
"What do ,
you mean you
can't explain?" THE PLAN WAS instituted spare nickels keeps 'up as it has been, Chief J

What he means, lady, is that recently by Robert Thiel,.PNC, on them, Thiel is considering switching:
he can't explain without incriminating petty officer-in-charge of the is "kept whichrecords the cussword cash to a quart

himself. You see, Separation Center at NAS, the milk bottle, and later, if nec-
Building 912. blasphemy un ,
victim ofa
your. husband is the essary, to a five-gallon contain-
The for collection til payday. In
at the Transient preferred system
program (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2))
this per-
Personnel and Separation Acti of fines for verbal vio


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c Changes In

jil x&i.JnJ' S In iminizatiollSystem Here .

A new system of protecting
Naval Personnel against infection
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from communicable
THE Squadron BELL TOLLS 62 is kept- Composite "on- I V2L No. 44 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville Flo. 10 February. 1955 disease by immunization shots

time" nowadays via a surplus -- -- =- -- -- -: -- was initiated last Thursday) at

launch bell' mounted outside .. .. .---- the NAS Jax Infirmary
the leading chief's shack Chief I _
Carl Owens, squadron's leading Know Your Rights --7-n On that day 350 NAS enlistedmen
chief, has the honor of ringing W felt the stab of the needle \
the first time signal on the immunizing them against smallpox

bell. recovered Hangar nicely 115 personnelhave from the I On Problem Of typhoid fever and tetanus.

first "bong" of the bell Previously, "shots" 'had been
---- 55 Auto Plates given on a quarterly basis, with '

the actual dates often varying as
All Copasetic Personnel worried about much as two months early or late.
purchasing: new Florida license
But henceforth, accurate medical
Since First plates are reminded of the a.y Ales on all individuals will be

protection afforded them under maintained in the Infirmary, and '

Bell the Soldiers and Sailors Civil no one will fail to get his shots(
'Bong9 of Relief Act, providing they meet ':\ 4 on the day they are due accord..

certain requirements. ing to Capt. Warren E. Klein
of Hangar 115
Occupants If you are in the state of Senior Medical Officer. .
were startled into unprecedented Florida solely by virtue of mil-
IN ADDITION TO the types of
activity one morning tary orders; if you are a legal
f shots administered, shots are
last week when the huge
resident of a state, territory or
structure reverberated tc also given for such "exotic"

eight loud l precise "bongs." political subdivision other than .;;jM ..v_..,...._.... as cholera, plague ant
the slate of Florida; if you have even yellow fever. While many
Bong! Dong! valid license plates on your COMPUTE IN PO EXAMS-Practically every enlisted man
stationed aboard NAS Jax has had his attention focused on the have believed the latter was no
Shaky hands: sloshed hot cof. automobile for the state of your fleet-wide petty officer exams being held this month. Above are longer a disease hazard, the severe -
fee. legal residence; if the vehicleis just a few of some 300 at NAS Jax who took the chief petty officer epidemic of yelow fever a
in last Tuesday, the first of four PO tests in ebruary.
registered your name alone exam
in Trinidad demonstrated -
Dong Bong
year ago
in third class tests. PO2
Close to 500 more competed Tuesday
if not engaged
KNEES, SHINS, toes"Ind other ; you are exams are scheduled for Feb 12 and FO1 tests are slated Feb 23. that it does not pay to let
parts of human bodies collided a trade or business in the stateof Some 223,000 enlisted men throughout/; the Navy will be competing! down the guard even in the '.
Florida; if you arc not claiming in the four PO exams. United States.
forceably with stubborn unyielding -
homestead exemption in the
furniture in a dozen different The shots will be given to till
state of Florida-then the state
maelstroms of confusion. Some Requirements Eased military personnel of NAS and
of Florida cannot legally require -
fleet units. By maintaining accurate -
Office doors burst open, spew- you to purchase a Flo- .
ing forth a mass of distraught rida license plate. up-to-date files on indi
viduals it will be easier to
humanity. cover
,The protection still holds de- For Des ApplicationsThe such emergencies as the transfer .
Bong! Bong:;:! spite the fact that personnelmay of personnel to overseas duty

Frantic eyes searched for the have children enrolled in Navy's program for in-service officer procurement has before the necessary shots have

source of this unusual alarm. Florida schools or the wife is been broadened by two major changes to BuPers Instruction 1120.- been completed. If the individ-

Firmly mounted to pne of thehangar's using the car to drive to and 11A, according to the Naval Air Station Personnel office. ual's health record shows the
supports outside the from a place of employmentin
need, he may receive from one
Composite Squadron VC-62 leading the city of Jacksonville. In the first change, the mini- for appointment under Inst. 1120. to two or possibly three shots at

chief's office, the bell was 1C personnel meet these fore.. mum Navy Standard Score on the 11A is now based on a GCT score a time.

still shivering from its last bong. going requirements and some Officer Qualification Test has of 63 for college graduates who IMMUNIZATION: SHOULD be
THEN; THE OLD "salts" been lowered from 50 to 40 for have had the Officer
un- individual insists that they Qualification welcomed by all personnel, as a
applicants processed by a (U, S.
derstood! There was no cause for purchase Florida plates, they Test, superceding the protective system for military .
alarm, it was just 0800-or as can contact their legal officer Naval Training Center. previous requirement of a com- personnel and their dependents
they say at sea-"Eight Bells. for advice. And No. 2, eligibility to apply bined GCT, MECH and ARI score against communicable diseases.
That was the Inauguration of of 195. Military personnel are frequently

VC-62's new "just like ship 9yn APPLICANTS FOR appoint- required to go into disease ridden

board" bell time-system. The rea- : : ; !!I ment in the rank of ensign must areas where civilians arc not
son for use of bell time was explained be graduates of an accredited permitted.

by VC-62's commanding college or university with a BA They need proper protection
officer, Comdr Don Dietz, as be- degree. Those with less than four fory themselves and their famil-

ing "in continuance of a squadron years attendance in an accredited ies in such instances. This cane

policy to simulate, as closely as college, who have completed a > a real hazard in foreign conn-

possible, shipboard operations to ..minimum of 120 hours of college tries while performing overseas:

familiarize personnel temporarily work or its equivalent, and who duty.
ashore with procedures .aboard .
have received a BA degree arc I
ship." also eligible. Marines Undergo

Carl "Red" Owens, AOC, the APPLICANTS for a particular

squadron's leading chief, was rr Restricted Line specialty, who
given the honor of ringing the have reached their 27th birthday Annual InspectionA

first time signal on the bell. After 66 but not their 33rd
r birthday, may Marine Corps inspection party -
the shock wore off, his squadron /V fy be selected for appointment to headed by Maj. Gen. Homer L. "'
mates admitted that he did 4.0
a lieutenant junior grade. However, Litzenberg, Inspector General,
job.The such candidates must possess a Marine Corps Headquarters, in
source of these new rou- master's degree or doctorate, or Washington, D. C., put the three
tine "bongs", a surplus liberty have five years' professional ex- MC activities aboard the Naval

launch bell, was obtained by the perience in a field considered to Air Station through their paces

squadron from the Naval Station be of special value to the Navy. this week, conducting the annual

at Green Cove Springs.WEATHER Successful candidates may be general inspection of the units.

I appointed to commissioned gradein Although General Litzenbcrg

OUTLOOK ABE the Line, Supply Corps and did not arrive here until Monday
Civil Engineer Corps. They will evening, the inspection of the
MY VALENTINE-Pertly perched on the cockpit ledgeof
be Marine Aviation
Friday-Cloudy. required serve on active
: a Jet-powered Cutlass, these two misses make up our Valentinefor
Saturday-Cloudy, warmer. 19:>>5. Both are students at the Naval Air Technical Training duty for not more than three TTC, was held Monday by other I
Center. At left is Marine Private Shirley Bauman of Airman years and to retain commissionedstatus members of the inspection team,
Sunday Cloudy, occasional.showers. School, who hails from Blue Earth, Minnesota, and right it Wave in the Reserve for eight ?ol. Max: C. Chapman; Lt. Col. _
Airman Apprentice Maryalice Kaupplla, of Aviation {Storekeeper
Please Turn tG Page 8, Col. 5))
School, who calls Conneaut, Ohio home. years!


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i *Tw6* *" JAX AIR "NEWS' 10 February 1955

JflXIU41f3 4,1001Jlarines, Serviceman W-2 Form -

Due PromotionsSome Lists Only Taxable Pay

Station. Jacksonville every,Thursday Ma. Tor Navy and Marine acthltlon at Nasal Air 4,100 enlisted Marinescan

I expect promotions to staff
NAS, Jatlrs. III.
Capt. John S. Thaeh .. ,, ,, ...._........_......Commanding Officer (This is the third in a series of articles on Federal income tax
Conxlr. John N. Myeii-----n...... ..,. ,.,...?.._?..---.I..L.L-.I.I? ..,., .. ............_.... : t'Chlhe Officer non-comrnissioned officer rat- for the year 1954.)
ings following service-wide exams -
Fleet Air Jsck* a lll
Rear Adw. John Perry ........- ................n.-.......__.._..._........._...... Commander next summer. One day during the next few months-up until April 15- you
...._... ._. ..... ,.Chief
Capt. Richard o. Greene ? ___ ._ : of- Staff as a service person will Fit down to figure out your income tax
100 technical
Only sergeantscan
Meet Air Wing Kle: .ePublished .
{' pt. Edwin J. S. Young ....,.___.___ Commander! be advanced master for 1954.
Coradr. Flunk D. Ilejer ___..._._.___.._._._......._........Chief Staft Officer to ser
', to the Marine Whether you use the long form
Naval Air Techaltal Trailing ( atf" geant, according
Capt. Henry C. pcLonir.Comdr. .... .__.CorniTiandlnn Officer form (1040A) tax there are three steps to
Edward W. UUhop.._........_.._..................._........_...h:>ecutlve Officer Corps Headquarters which also (1040)) or a short consider if you are using
>aul! HunplUI .. reveals that there now several important terms are go- the
Capt. Edward R. I/o\vt _.________.._.....___. .Comrnnndlnn Officer arc long form. First, arrive at
Capt. L. A. Newton .. ...."_......... .....__.__.._.._...._.. :"rcuU\e Officer 2,000 more men holding the ing to come up in your compu of afigure

Capt.. Wilson R. Bartlett ..........._._NAUTU .....CommandIns: Officer top enlisted rank than will be tations. Among these are the which gross income all
Comdr. Laurence 10'. Slelfenhagen .. __ .lixetutlv: Officer allowed on July 1, 1956. form W2 gross income, adjusted money you receivrd-dur-

The SAX AIR NEWS! It published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, About 500 enlisted 'men will gross income and taxable In- ing the year. This, minus exemptions -
Jarkaonvtllr, Florida, and piloted commercially with non-apiu-oprlaled' fund is your adjusted
: be advanced to technical sergeant come. In this third of a series of
at ne expense to the government and In compliance with NAVK7COS. P-.15. llev. Income. The
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station the and 3,500 go to staff ser articles on income tax. Armed gross next step is
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the to determine which deductionsand
U. S. Nina I Hospital. geant. Forces Press Service will outline
F.dltor-Andre\v H. Planey I Staff and techs will go up briefly the first two terms. exemptions can be made
Spoils Fdltor-: ,Gordon Rubble JO3: Staff Rt'pol'ttll'-Jack. : Holme rill: I during October and November. from the adjusted gross income
Chailei Earl JOSH FIRST THE W-2 FORM. This:
I to reach
figure your taxable-
The SAX AIR NEWS Is It member ot the Armed Forces I Vets So nlcc.AFP3 ". 'should have been distributed to
nateiUl appearing I In this publication! not be reprinted! without I income-the money on whUh
the written permUklon of Armed Forces 1'iens !:1.It-('. Republication I of other "What do bopster cannibalseat all service personnel shortly after
have to
matter except by service publication, U pl'ohlblh'dlIhout primUslon ofKdltor. yon pay taxes.
the of the On
JAX AIR NJo'S.FAltorl.11 ? new year.
offices located Main Administration Building Phone extension "Three a day." it is listed the individual's total : GROSS INCOME which must
346.. 21i and JIM.Instructor.
on long form
service earnings for 1954. It also
shows how much withholdingtax includes income from all sources
Grads such business
as enterprise
was taken from your pay. ; investments
three of the ; interest on saving!
There are copies
Hear Message On W-2-the or.lnal'hlrh. is sent I deposits (including soldiers' a!If..

to the Internal Revenue Bureauby posits); and profit from sales and

Teaching ValuesTo your finance officer; the "B" dealings in properties.If .

ropy which' you attach and send you sold a house and then

teach the greatest numberof to the bureau along with your bought another during 1954, or It

people in the shortest lengthof income tax return; and the "C" you are contemplating buying

time is the job of the Navy's copy which you keep for your another, the 1954 tax law chances

instructors' Capt. Henry C. De- personal files.UNLESS will be of interest to you ns a

Long, commanding officer of the A SERVICEMAN or serviceman in reporting your

Technical Training Center, told woman has additional sources of I gross income and should be investigated -

the Instructor Training gradua income such as jobs in officers' The law is too detailed '

tion'' clams Friday. q clubs base or post theaters, part- to go into here. Specific infor

The captain pointed out that time work of duty, rents divi- mation on other types of incomecan

the training received here in dends, interest or other income, be received from legal advisers .

leadership is the most important all of his taxable income is included or tax experts.-(AFPS).

factor to the instructors in the on the W-2 form. (Next week Deductions and

Navy as well as in other fields. Service finance departments do exemptions from adjusted gross

ALTHOUGH ONE can learn by '' not include on the W-2 forms income to determine taxable in

watching for a long period of atTt&I money received while in a combat come.)

, ,time today's Navy demands that zone, for quarters and sub- .

personnel be trained quickly, sistence allowances, mileage, per

correctly and efficiently to per diem, clothing allowance and other Tony Pastor

form its many skilled jobs, the 1 CONSUL VISITS ITALIAN SAILORS- Alfred Trinchlerl,. forms of payment that are de-

captain added. Italian Consul-General from New Orleans, paid a surprise visitto ductible from gross or adjusted
With the graduation of the 11 the Naval Air Technical Training Center where 12 Italian gross income.In .
members of Class 5501, the Ins- Navy petty officers are presently attending school. Trlnchicri figuring out income Band Here
tructor Training Course of the (front row left) was greeted by Capt. Henry C. DeLong, commanding :your
officer of NATTO (front row right Italian students are second
Training Facilities Departmenthas row (left to right) John Virdis, Joseph DiPierro Aldo Tom GoodConductAwards
added over 1500 Navy Marine masinl and Enzo; Marchetti. Third row: John Piras, Frank Poll, Feb. 16thThe
and civilian personnel to the Antonio DeLuca, Umberto Belligl and Allessio Della Porta. Back
row: Albert Esposito, Luigl Basile and Prlmo Aigo. They are stu- To
Navy's school system over dent at Aviation Ordnanceman School and Aviation Electrician'
period of its four years of opera Mate School. man with an individual

tions. 22 MarinesTwentyone style] an personality, Tony Pastor,

CHARLES W. CABLE, AEC, will bring his celebrated orchestra

: who also was graduated from sergeants and one to the Naval Air Station fora
AEB) School at the Center, took corporal of the Marine Aviation
one night stand next Wednes
high honors for the class. HERE AHE ANSWERS TO THff Detachment, Naval Air Technical day, Feb. 16.

Other graduates were: Navy- QUESTIONS SERVICEMEN ANDTNei*, Training Center, have received a
Long familiar the
Willis M. Arnold, AD1; Henry FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS Good Conduct Awards, some for figure on
ADMINISTRATE EVERy DAY... music scene, Pastor and his band
Feldkotter AE2; Clairborne E. the fourth time, and one for the
will play for a crew's dance at
Inscoe, GF1; Bernard Levine, Q-If I make advance paymentson fifth.
AK1 and Wilbur Stone, AKC. my GI home loan, it there any will my beneficiaries still be able The awards were presented by the Mainside gymnasium. Dancing

Marine-M/Sgt. F. H. Gann, T/Sgt. minimum size the payments must to get the proceeds of the policy? Lt. Col. Frank R. Porter Jr., gets underway at 2000.

Charles Lightfoot; T/Sgt. Natha- be? A-Yes. The policy itself, commanding officer of the de- TIIS VERSATILE Pastor, \vh
niel Pratt Jr and Rich which has been issued tachment. Max came into prominence while with
; M/Sgt. A-Yes. Your advance pay- to :you, M/Sgt. Way received
ard T. Wolfe. Civilian? : James W. ment may not be less than the is for informational purposes the single award given Artie Shaw's band, got his big

Duncan. amount of one installment, or only. It is not necessary to pro- for the fifth consecutive time, break with his recording of
"Begin the Beguine". lie has also
$100-whichever is lower. duce the policy: as evidence that signifying 20 years of excellent
the insurance is in effect; proceeds service in the U S. Marine Corps.Those played with Joe Venuti and Vincent -
Q-My husband, a WWII vet }
l will be paid anyhow, so receiving awards for the Lopez.
home with
bought GI
.SfRHClS a long as VA records show your I'fourth time were: T/Sgt. Law- When he got his chance to show
loan before he died of a service.
policy was in force. ; J rence Doran; M/Sgt. George what he could do with a song it
.. connected disability. As an unr&
married widow, would 1 still be Q-I am attending a trade I 'Smith i Jr.; M/Sgt. Kenneth gave Pastor a chance to organizehis
CATHOLIC school I :Southcomb own band. Besides a recording
eligible for a GI loan in my own full-time under the Korean ; M/Sgt Ned Hanson;
0unday, Mass-0800, 0900 1000- right even though he used the GI Bill. I have been told that I and T/Sgt Joseph Love. and personal appearance person
r St. Edward's Chapel. benefit? will be allowed 30 days of ab- Those receiving the Good Con- ality, Tony Pastor and his band

sences a year. Is this total prorated I''duct Award for the third time have been featured in movies,
Saturday0800.. A-Yei. The fact that he used
Kit GI loan entitlement would on a monthly basil, or are :were: M/Sgt. Richard Tedder Jr.; radio and television.
Daily-0630. any number of absences during a M/Sgt Robert Spellman; TSgt: WITH HIS inimitable style
Sunday 0630-Man at Hospital not serve to bar :you from using single month permitted? [ Charles Lightfoot; T/Sgt. William Pastor is most known for such
yours, as the unremarried
Chapel.MORMON widow of a veteran. A-The absences are not pro- Richardson; and T/Sgt James recordings as One Meat Ball, Di
rated on a monthly basis. You Norman. nah, Margie, Paradiddle] Joe,
.' 1 30-Monday-NATTC Chap Q-If the widow of a serviceman are permitted to take your al- Receiving their second Good Robin Hood, Grieving For You
killed on active duty .remarries Conduct Award and Red Silk .
lain's Office.CHRISTIAN. 'lowed absences at any time were: M/Sgt. F. Stockings.The
;, SCIENCE3900TuesdayMainside may she still receive the during your school year, according H. Gann Jr.; M/Sgt Ernie O'Neal; band also features vocalists:

Chapel $92.90 monthly Insurance or indemnity to your own needs.WEEKEND M/Sgt. Francis Greenwood; M/ Lucy Purser and Stubby Pastor.

4- Office on ramp.PROTESTANT. payments Sgt. Lambert Vogel; T/Sgt. Thomas Pastor and his orchestra will
; A-The legal widow at the Willieford; T/Sgt. David 1 play earlier on Feb. 18 at 1730 at

930-All Saints' Chapel.. time of the serviceman's death TIDE Tolnay; and Sgt. Charlie Fryson. the Officers Club.
t has entitlement to the Indent- High Low First Good Conduct Awards .

1100-All Saints' Chapel. ally; her remarriage, under the A.M. P.M A.M P.M: went to Sgt. John Thomas; and BC-BS Payments Due
t 1000-Naval Hospital Chapel. law, does not bar her continued -
Cpl. Thomas L.
Fri. 10:57: 11:25: 4:37: 4:53: Manning. Blue Cross. Blue Shield policyholders
t.(. (Note: Addressee of local 'entitlementQ Sat: 11:39.: ... 5:21: 5:35: Every award signifies four are reminded that monthly -
hurches may be obtained byMilling -I lost my GI insurance pol years of ,outstanding service 14
Sun. 12:10:: 12:13: 6:10: 6:20: in payments are due January
the, Chaplain's! office, 425)). icy. If something! happens to me, the Marine Corps. and 15.I' .

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1955. ,
Page ThreoVW4 '
10 February JAX AIR NEWS

VP-J8 VC62 FAW-JJ VAJ75 Report ,n IiTtT F-R

I Scouting i Jacksonville Area Squadrons 4 zr .

VR 4 ______________________________________________
cently were a pleasant surpriseto Raleigh Green, AT3, logged in
Comdr. W. T. Cain, VW-4's new
all hands. The squadron ratedan this week -from VP-45 at Coco
executive officer, treated the crew t tj
overall grade of ?1.5, or Ex Solo, Canal Zone. ,j
to a wetting-down party at the cellent. Gene Edward Baxley, SN, add

Anchorage last week. The occa- ed a "junior" to the family on
Three new men have joinedthe
sion was observance of his; A
January 22. Baby Bailey weighed
squadron. They are:
to the senior
recent promotion ? _
7 lbs. 6 ozs. Papa Baxley was
officer bracket. Comdr. Cain came Hawkins, AD3, and David Mitchell -
NAS Jax so happy over the event, he re-
to the Hurricane-Hunters from Jr., AM3, from !
the USS Randolph. and Gordon Hopkins, PHA3, from enlisted for four years. Y
who has
Jim Hinkle YNCA,
NAS Charleston, S. C.
"Best wishes get well soon!I" bowled with the Wing twO years,
la the common wish of all handsto William Keough, PN1, shippedover qualified Saturday for the Jax

Ned CJayton, who was taken for six years. He has received Navy Bowling team by rolling

to the Naval Hospital: Jax last! i orders to Washington, D. a 178 pin average.

Saturday. Clayton is being treat-I I C. Avenging a previous defeat, the

ed for acute pneumonia. I I The squadron's skipper, Comdr. Wing Griffons edged Air National ? ..,. ., .,.m..,.. ,.,.

Trading their Navy gear for W. L. Nyburg is attending the Guard, 50-49, in city cage league AF PILOT HONORED-The
civilian attire are Richard La- U. S. Air Force Air-Ground Ope- action. Guard Bob Krai Exchange Pilot) Nary did the honors for the .
I I Air Force aboard the carrier:
rations School at Southern ,
tallied 17 and "Moose"
Pierre and Robert Stephens. The points USS Intrepid. Lt. Charles Gillette

two ex-Hurricane Hunters have'j I N. C. 1 Blongiewicz 1 hit for 16. Earlierin Makes 2,000th (left), Air Force pilot on 1
left the squadron and are now the week, Coach Roger Mc- exchange: duty with Fighter
attached to separation, awaiting I VC62Rating Nay's Griffons lost to VF-31 from Squadron 44, and Capt. Wit
examination time has Intrepid Landing liam Easton skipper of the
discharge. I I Cecil Field, 48-46. Blongiewlcr USS Intrepid, sample the cake
Recent additions to the VW-4'I come again, and VC-62's education was high hooper with 25 points. Lt. Charles Gillette,. an Air celebrating the 2,000th landing
roster include Lt. Robert W. office has been even busier Force jet pilot on exchange duty on the carrier, made by Gil

Grill; Robert Pratten, ADC; Herbert than usual. Six men have already Reserve Officers Set. with, Jax Fighter Squadron 44, lette. .
W Mixner ADI; Jarrell C. tried for the big jump to Chief,: last week made the 2,000th landing .

Wood, AMI; William II. Hunt,, while 50 more will be hoping for Annual DiR er.Daece, on board the USS Intrepid NAVY WIVES

ADI and Paul E. Martin, TD2. a berth as petty officer 2nd or .(CVA-11)). \
--. The Jacksonville Chapter Reserve The 27-year-old flier earned

VP-18 I' 3rd.In contrast to all this activitythe Officers Association 'will himself -a huge cake and a hand CORNERNew

Patrol Squadron 18 spent the ; squadron's transfer yeoman hold its National Defense Week shake from the carrier's comman
officers presided at the
past week with the accent on ; has been left alone with his cof Naval Dinner Air Dance Station.Feb. 19 at the ding officer, Capt. William Eas- first meeting; Feb. 2, at the club

training. Rockets, low altitude fee cup most of the week, with ton, when he landed his F2H-J house in Dewey Park.
bombing, and especially mining I only one new face to be seen Deadline for reservations is Banshee jet on the flight deck of i
: Feb. 17. All officers invitedto Main topic was the big projectfor
Schilling are after completing a..
were emphasized. around the hangar. John H. the Intrepid,
the Scholarship

attend the dinner-dance which
AE2'reported to VC-62 routine training flight.Lt. .
Junior pilots got in a little Jr., :
Fund. The club hopes to(
begins at 1830 at
Unit Gillette is serving with the
from Helicopter Training
instrument flying also, what with
it the with
put over top $1,000as
Mess fB.)
Open, Building
Field Pensacola. Navy under the Navy-Air Force
round robins and instrument One at Ellyson ,
the goal. All Navy and Marine
Also on the program will bea 25
airway training hops to such pla- : Through the efforts of Lt. Gene exchange program, whereby enlisted men who have a high
I showing of the film "Malta Revisited"
ces as Los Angeles, Chicago and Mcrrell. the leading chief, and a minute film which pilots a year from each school senior in the family should .
Washington. All this adds in division chiefs collectors and given an opportunity fly
up as had its world premiere in Jax look into this, for it may be a
the and VP- officer and enlisted ; with each other.
training department the
I cocktail hour; and a short addressby 1 chance to help your offspring to(
18 should be ready for exercises contributors the '
many personnel as a college education.
Rear Adm. John Perry, Com- Fleet Receives
that are planned this March of Dimes fund Is $217 Zipper Committeemen Picked
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.
spring with the fleet. richer. This is in addition to the Call or write Lcdr. W. S. Isham, Another WarHorseAnother Any information on this can

The basketball and bowling VC-62 share of Navy Carnival 1300 Belmont Ave., Jacksonville, old Navy WarHorsecame be obtained by calling Ev72967.

teams are still in their winning profits, part of which was givento Fla, for reservations. home for a rest when the More news on this will be carriedin .

ways, both teams arc hoping aid the fight against Polio. USS Sustain (AM-119)) a Naval this column at a later date.

they will be able to go on and Squadron personnel can see a Father-"! got t a little note Mine Sweeper, was decommissioned The board appointed the chairman '

win their championships. concrete result of their contrI- from your teacher today" and given into custody of and co-chairman for the
The odds arc against them butions in the treatment receivedby Son-"That's all right, pa, I'll the "Zipper Fleet" at Naval Station committees for the remainder of ..

though because it has been better the two year old daughter of keep it quiet." I Green Cove Springs, Fla. this year. They are: Publicity,
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since either team c .
than two years William lIilbmann, YN3, the Mary Brady; Navy News, Marilyn
has lost a game. Coach Hal Kuhn squadron's Legal Yeoman. Stric- Stewart; Games,' Margie

reports that VP-18 had enteredthe ken with Polio about 16 monthsago Squadrons Vie For. HonorsIn Bradley, and Betty Corson; Nur .

ComFairJax Basketball tour she returned home last July sery, Nell Deloach and Irene

nament and the winner goes to after nine months of treatment, Parrish; Snack Bar, Betty Sasser

the ComAirLant Tourney in Nor- and Hilbmann reports that she is Weapons Proficiency and Lo Donnelly; Welfare, Sue

folk. beginning to walk Clinton and Phyliss Blessinger;

Congratulations to commanding On the sports front, VC-62's I Entertainment, Polly Lawrenceand
officer Comdr. John Straker cagers remain undefeated in the Four carrier squadrons hoi I all the Fleet Air Jacksonville Corrine Aston; Points, Marge

who reports that his wife has Intramural League after their squadron weapons proficiency re< cords thus far in fiscal 1955. Ney; Not New Shop, Ruth Dan.

given birth to a 7 pound, ten latest victory over FaeTu, 59.57, According to a "Box Score" iels and Betty Moore; Hospital
ounce baby girl Jan. 30, at the while the bowlers managed a 2.2 released this week by Lcdr. J, Two Cecil Field attack squad- Nursery, Betty Rose.Valentine '
rons are tied for third place. At-
Naval Hospital.The .
split: with VF-172. Arnold, gunnery officer for Com Supper
skipper's new dependentfa I mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,, tack Squadron 15 established a Auditor Board, Ethel Williamsand
new record for dive bombing,
Deidre Anne Straker. FAW-ll three Cecil Field squadrons have Ada Vance; Not New Pick
and Ensign David Fitzgerald add
earned top honors in four of the Up, Bobbie Mason, Nellie Farlow;
VA-175 Richard Tolf, AT2, has left the ed the "Top Man" honors in the
events, and one Jax NAS based Layette, Gertrude Stover and
The results of a surprise administrative electronics department for Navy game event.
squadron is tops in the remainIng Martha Jones; Ways and Means,
inspection held re- separations. H 1 s replacement, three divisions. New Rocket Score Marion Townsend and Marie

'. c,.. VF-22 Tops List Attack Squadron I05 toppled: Clum; Master At Arms, Rosemary

." The NAS Jax squadron, Fighter Attack Squadron 45's record to I Richardson and Holly Felix;

Squadron 22, is the top Fleet Air set a new score for rockets. Lt. I Scrap Book, Ruth Damon; Fin-

,; Jacksonville carrier Unit-1 by I William Lewallen garnered a ance, Thora Ring, Rita Mann,
/ .S 4 virtue of holding the most rec- "Top Man" award for VA-105 Betty Moore, Irene Parrish, Linda .
;. .( '.: ords. I with his accuracy in glide bomb Forsyth and June Hoover
g' The "Cavaliers' top scores includes : ing. Don't forget the Valentine pot.

Uli < ;, first place in strafing, Although Fighter Squadron }72 luck supper and dance which

.1 i" '< glide bombing and high altitude didn't win a "Top Man" honor, will be held this coming Saturday -

;;' ..0 oYi dive bombing. The squadron also one of the squadron's pilots, Lt. night in the club house. Get

.::: t.\;\ placed two pilots in the "Top John Barker, did earn "Top Man" your ball and chain and come
..;..';' Man" section of the "Box Score." award in rockets. especially all newcomers.T .
/ Lcdr. Lorin Hay holds the top ----- -

score for strafing and Lt. Robert

\) .". Roy has the top high altitude dive WEAPONS PROFICIENCY
bombing score.
.,y. i VF-101 Second ComFaJrlu Dos: Score for Fiscal 1035
Fighter Squadron 101, based at
i Type JaerclH: Top 8'.... Score Top x. Sf.'f'
Cecil Field, is in second place
\ with top honors both "Top StraAng VF.23 JoU Sills Hay (VF-27) 63IIlti

6 Squadron" and "Top Man" in Gunnery-15.000 It, VF.lt( ".8 Hits SktUy (Vr.l0U) 100 1IIt4

Gunnery at 15,000 feet and Gun. C\lftnery-ZSOOO It. vr.o1 32.3,Hits Gregory (VF.I01 88 111.
UNIQUE TRANSITION a unique ceremony T/Sgt. Harold nery at 25,000 feet. Lt. Leroy
Loveless transferred from the Rockets YA-1OIS 44.Q n. Barker (Vr.l12t) T Ft.Clide .
Hagluod and Set Andrew Skelly set the "Top Man" scoreat
regular Marines to VMF-141, a .Jar Marine Air Reserve squadron. Bombing VF.22 13.1 P't. LewallM (VA.1M) 14 Ft.
Lt. Col. R. II. Pierce, commanding: the local Marine Air Reserve 15,000 feet. Ensign Donald ,
Training; Detachment, administers the oath to the two new re Gregory nosed; out squadron- Dive Bombing VA..JSS 00.0 n. Fitzgerald (VA 16)) 47 n. t

servists. Flanking the two sergeants are Lt. Col Frank Porter, mate Ensign Frank Hill to set a nigh Alto Dive Baas. VF.a 219.0 n. Roy W..22)( 107 ft.
(left), commanding officer of the Marine Aviation Detachment atNATTOnter new '215,000 foot record.
and Capt. Don Sharon, of the NAS Marine Barrack


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I Bostonian visited San Antonio
; Texas, and asked a native,
"What is that dilapidated-look;
ruin over there?"

1 "That, suh, is the Alamo, jr,
( that building, suh, 136 immortal

: Texans held off an armyvef 15,.
I \ 000 of Santa Ana's regulars for
( four days."
1- "Um-m-m," said the Bostonian
f' "and who was that .
man on horn:':
; back on that hill over there"'

; ")'hat, suh, is a statue of a
I Texas ranger. He killed 46 Apaches
: i in single-handed combat and
1\( broke up 47 riots in his lifetimi

,, Where you from, stranger?"
.{ "I'm from Boston. We have our

I r A 0 heroes there, too. Paul harem.
( 5 + for instance"
\ "Paul Revere!" snorted the Tex.an. .
: "You mean that man who had:
',. to ride for help?"
f S

A Protestant minister and a Catholic -
priest were involved in an
auto accident. Both were quite

____ peeved, each thinking that the
____ other was/.at fault, but tried

c bravely to retrain themselves
"If I weren't minister
a I'd tell
.1* NAS Jax lab has multitude of tasks to and of tbese is the preparing
A, STEP IIY STEP PROCESS-The photo a perform, one you what I think of ," mOHH.'dthe
< ef aerial mosaic maps. Above is a step process of the making of a mosaic map. In top left photo Lt. Bruce McLawhorn, .you
4 photo officer, goes over the camera target with Joe Caudle. PHI, prior to flight. In top center picture the shooting; crew briefs the reverend.
; SNIT pilot before takeoff. Left to right are Leonard Rochefort, PIll; Joe Caudle', Pill; Robert Shanley, ADCAF( ), pilot, and Lawrence "And if this wasn't Friday, I I'd
/ Alack, PHI. With the flight over, the film goes to the darkroom where it is readied for processing: (top right photo) by Jerry eat your ears off," roared tin
rock, P1I3, and Edward Prutton, }'1I3, The contact print room takes over next (left bottom). Left to right are William Maxwell, priest.
r PII2, the contact printer, while Gordon Zohrung, PII3. and Warren Yeneable, PH3, inspect prints in developing tray. .
'Ihe prints are dried, logged, and coded in the finishing room (bottom renter), tflth Norman Zanine, PIIAN, handling the dryers
1 and Earl: Keith, 1'112, scanning the photos. With processing completed, work begins on makeup of the mosaic, in bottom right photo. A famous psychologist had jiiii'
Left to right are Lawrence Mack, Pill; Floyd Heebe, PIIC; Leonard Rochefort, PIll, and Joe Caudle, PIll finished his lecture and was answering -

t NAVY Aerial Mosaics Just Part First Heeling Of. man asked question, "Did you A mock say that little a

\ good poker player could hold
'\: ", EXCHANGE Of NAS Photo Lab Chore Civilian GolfersThe down"That's any kind of" executive job?"'
right, answered the
:Many personnel in naval aviation have had occasion to consult first meeting for the or- lecturer. "Does that raise'a question
serial mosaic maps and have had a chance to admire the detail of ganization of a NAS Jax civilian in your mind??
.... such photographic art work golf group will be held "Yes," replied the little man
However, have :you ever stopped Friday Feb. 11 at the Cumber- "What would good poker player
News For All With The "Green
to consider how much effort died, the cameras are checked on land Road Community Center. want with a job?"
:r Thumb, in Building 954. really is put forth in preparingone the ground for proper operation, All civilian golfers from all SS
The Navy Exchange Country the pilot is briefed as to distanceto
of these giant aerial "mos- departments and units are Little Junior was bragging to
Store has a large selection of sics?" the target, altitude, estimated Pop about his accomplishments
urged to be on hand for this
garden seeds and potted plants For the uninitiated, an aerial time over target, and all other initial gathering, which at school that day.
end shrubs. Garden and lawn mosaic is made from a seriesof information necessary for the
map underway at 1930. Much of "Why, I was the smartest boy
tools are on hand, and fertilizersfor overlapping vertical. photo. flight. the planning for activity during in my class," said Junior. "The
lawns and nearly every typeof graphs with the prints assembledto Once in the air the photo the coming season will be Teacher asked how'many legs a
plant are available.The form a continuous picture of grapher just doesn't wait until the discussed. dog has and I said three."
arrival of many other the area. Some of the mosiac plane is ready to pass over the "But that's not right."
items indicates that Spring is maps reach sizes of 9 feet by 6, target and then stick his camera "Maybe not," replied Junior
just around the corner. See the and some even larger, out the hatch He places his K-17 first run and then the ICS (intercom "but I was the"'closest one to it."
Couri/y Store for hammocks, ice AN AERIAL MOSAIC map is camera in position, using an NR-1 ) circuit is filled with con *
hosts, garden gloves. shot when the longitudinal axis mount, and studies the plane versation between photographerand "Why did the Supervisor fire
Sec the Men's Shop for short of the camera is perpendicularto speed and overlap by means of pilot such as "three degrees you?"
sleeve hirts.and new slacks. the horizontal plane of the intricate mathematical formulas. left," and "steady on". As the "Well, the Supervisor is the
Sec the Main Store for ladies' earth. Aerial oblique photos, used to plane approaches the first flight man who stands around and
skirts, sport: shirts and shorts. The photo lab at NAS Jacksonville supplement vertical photographyare line the interval must be deter- watches others work.
e > located in the south wing taken with the camera so held mined and the intervalometer set ""Yes. But why did hehe
Chaplain Conducts I of Operations Building, is now in and aimed that its longitudinalaxis to insure proper overlap. The you?"
the midst of preparing mosaicsas forms an angle of less than camera must be held perfectly "lie got jealous. A lot of fellow
Instruction ClassAn part of the lab's annual aerial 90 degrees to the ground. This level as a three degree tilt devia- thought that I was the supervisor.
instruction class for all per- coverage! of) naval installationsfrom type of aerial photography is shotat tion from vertical will result in *
Ions of Presbyterian: background Wjlmingjon, N. C., along the 500 to 15,000 feet. The photo inaccuracy As the FBI agent passed thru
who may wish; to make confession Eastern seaboard as far as Titus- grapher must attach handles to USUALLY AERIAL missionsfall the village he noted amazing evi
of faith in Christ on Easter ville, Fla.The the camera, which weighs 57 to the lab's experienced per- dence of target shooting. There
Sunday April 10, or learn more NAS photo lab's techniquein pounds and actually hold it to sonnel i in such photographicwork were numerous bulls-eyes on-
about Christian Faith, is_conduct- aerial photography differs shoot obliques. until these new photo fences with a bullet hole exactly
rd by Chaplain William Swets in from that oi a'photo jet squad FLYING TO THE TARGET, graphers are sufficiently checfc- through the center. lie wanted to
the Hospital chapel each Mon rOD. All photo equipment aboarda the SNB cruises at a speed: of 140 ed-out in this specialized type of meet the marksmen and was in
day night at 1900. jet, including aerial cameras, knots. However, to conserve fuel work to be efficient enough to troduced to the village idiot.
.... Dependents as well as military are electrically controlled by the and give the pilot more time to handle aerial shooting of this "How, do you shoot like that?" I
personnel are welcome. The Hospital pilot who flies at high speed make corrections for drift, alti- nature. Lab personnel doing he asked. I
w chapel is located next to over the terrain, pushes a button, tude and speed, given him by the most of the aerial work include "Easy," was the answer' "1
the out-patient clinic in Building or'trips a switch and, that's it. photographer, the speed is usually first class PO's Joe Caudle, Law- shoot first and draw the circle I
A-l of the hospital. For further WHEN THE PIIOTO PLANE, reduced to 120 knots rence Mack, Jerry O'Conner, and afterwards."
information call the Hospital 56, usually a slower moving SNB The photographer gives the pi- Leonard Rochefort. '
\ Beachcraft is lot his ,course and of film ,from the 'largest to a 4
t extension 44. (twin-engine ), rea- speed for his Completion of the actual
J pho by 5 inch print, including the
tographing is just part of the job processing of color, 16 mm and
lit CincLani Sees Jax Squadrons Aboard' USS Intrepid I Of'mosaic work. The entire crewof 35.mm motion film. Each request
the lab "turns-to" to meet the order is carefully screened by
. J. -- Admfral, Jerauld Wright, Com- Presently encaged, in a Rear Adm. Robert Pine, his De deadline. Negatives, which come the photo officer, or his' assistants -
ander-in-Chief, U. S. Atlantic: "shakedown craise .ff the puty ,Chief-of-Staff, and Capt. in various sized rolls, are spe- Chiefs Floyd Beebe and Er-
.... Fleet, visited the USS Intrepid eout .f Cuba, the Intrepid is William Easton, the' Intrepid's cially processed with special nest Griffin. Lt. Bruce McLaw-
')e'f. this week: and saw the jets of the tint carrier,to he equipped skipper, the Admiral made a complete equipment. Negatives must be horn, photo officer for the past
", lacks nville.based Carrier Air with Aaerkan-hnilt, steam cat- tour of the ship and squad. i dried, marked and contactprinted two years, has just recently been
Group Four launched by the car- a;" $& rons of ,Carrier Air Group Four. with those prints screened transferred to. Key: West. ,
<_ Tier's :steam catapults, ; t. ,,Admiral .Wright's- visit to, the San Juan, Puerto Rico will t be AERIAL: PHOTOGRAPHY is The lab services not only the
.", "It was' the first time tAdmiral Intrepid:WM part of a 7,000-mile the-nut stop on Admiral Wright's j just one,of themany, 'jobs performed Naval Air Station, but also Fleet
Wright! ;Had aeVn tM'rtrm_ ,%"..ta.rl tour'cf: f ct iriU'and !facilities to: tout rFtom.theC. >1t4{ .will go' to bythe. NAS;,:Jax .photo ,squadronsand units, the Naval
prfH in'action.: the C.tfbbt'tl'tcPtr1! \ atll (( Vy,, ,''Venezuela; t Pj "f 'ia i : i lab The processes et ,1111 kinds Hospital! and many other unit

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II I Some Of The Oddest 'Ducks' Land ,HereSome I y SKOW

awful queer 'ducks' beak in self-defense when anyone a sort of salt and popper mix BIZ

come in to NAS Jax for came near to pick it up. ture.As
landings and repairs.At The bird had a body about last report the odd bird

least it looked like a duck. the size of a large sea gull, was in the hands of the NAS

And if it wasn't a duck, what with feathers of brown, with Security department. When Warner Bros was*shooting .

( are Invited to visit was it? "Battle Cry," its latest picture '+

the USO Sep icemen's Club at 37 Harry Williams, ALl, of NAS s about the Marine ,Corps,
West Monroe Street. The Club is o there was one t actor in it who
Operations, found the odd-
open from 0930 to 2330 daily) bird must have felt right at home. lie's
looking fluttering helplessly a ni
Thursday, Feb. 10 Surprise around Hangar 117 shortly William Scully, who plays the

night; Dancing to records. after 0500 last Friday :i qa' part of the Catholic chaplain. Not
'Sr' only is Scully a veteran of 12
Friday, Feb. 11 1730 Cafe They've had a lot of flying ,
years in the Corps, but he was
Italiano supper; 2000 Dancing to objects come in for repair jobs,
for the
studying priesthood just
records. but this was a puzzle. Thebird's
before he enlisted in 1942. The
Feb. 12 house right wing was broken,
Saturday, -Open
film about the Marines in WWII
from 1400 to 2400; dancing; ping and there wasn't a veterinarianIn had its world premiere in Baltimore -

pong. sight. recently.

Sunday, Feb. 13 1000 Free The bird didn't seem to be of Ji "
d "The McConnell Story, now
toffee, then off to church with the gull species, although it -
nearing completion also includes
hostesses-1730 Communitysing looked something like a tern, i
junior ; ,.
a part which should bring back
vespers, free refreshments; with the exception of a long
niemories to of the actors in
iOOO Movie- "Redhead from Wy- pointed, oddly shaped beak. -- .: _Stpr '
the Warner Bros. picture about
oming". Everybody said it was a duck,
the world's first triple jet ace, the
Monday, Feb 14 -vPmg Tony but no one declared what typeof A late Capt. Joseph McConnell,
with Frank Puskas duck. It made no noise(', ex-
instructions ;: r USA S/Sgt. Charles Cortland,
with Don Oates Skatingat cept a sort of clacking sound
Fencing ; now a medic in the 4458b( AF Infirmary -
Skateland, reduced rates; and I when it opened and closed its .. ._ at Alexandria AFB La.
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Bowling.! AN ODD ONE-"Beats me, I don't know what it is," says has been signed to re-enact a
Tuesday, Feb. 15Game night. Harry Williams, ALl, of NAS Operations, when he found this scene he actually participated in
Wednesday, Feb. 16 Orchestra odd bird fluttering around Hangar 117. The bird may have dropped during the Korean War You'll
in for a Ming repair job, since its right wing/ was broken.
NATTCentcr Sere-
with sec
dance 'They are still wondering at Hangar 117, "What was it?" Cortland land in the rescue j
nadcrs. -- --- - scene when Capt. McConnell is '
S forced to ball out of his F-86.
Cathedral Parish in St. Augustine : Some States Exempt Part The jet ace lands \in the drink

invites all servicemen and off the Korean coast Cortlandr

their families to visit its Service- I hovering overhead in a rescue
men's Club. The club is located at By the left flank march! In
Of Service From TaxesThe helicopter, sees him hit the water
the Lyceum, two and one-half an effort to occupy themselves Pay and minutes later hoists him

blocks south of the Post Office during the holidays and increase aboard the craft

on St. George Street. their military snap, Waves and following is a continuation of the listing of states which

Each the club is Marine students at NATTCenter have income tax laws, and how they affect members of the Armed
Saturday openat
$GOO for spouse and $COO for each
1930. There is a free snack organized a drill class which Forces: dependent. '
bar and dancing from 2030. meets two hours weekly. Arizona $1000 of active ser- .
The idea met with such a response vice pay is exempt from taxes. after release or termination of District of'Columbia-Members

that there is now a per- The state also allows a $1000 personal emergency, whichever is earlier. of Armed Forces serving outsidethe

manent class held weekly for exemption if single, $2000 Colorado-$2000 of active duty U.S. may defer filing and

Marines.under the supervision of if married and $600 for each de I pay is excluded from gross income paying tax until six! months after

T/Sgt; Ann Kopp. pendent.. Members of the Armed during a time of war or return to ZI. District allows $4000

As a result of the drill classes Forces may defer filing returns national emergency; $1000 may exemption for taxpayer and $500

the NATTCenter Waves have and payment Of tax until six be excluded during any year that for each dependent.

formed a drill team headed by months after release or termina- the U. S. is not in a'state of war Georgia-$1500 active duty pay

Shirley DeLavergne, SN. The tion of present emergency; whichever or national emergency. State al-* is excluded from gross income

Waves drill team has many plans is earlier lows $600 exemption for taxpayer, until the end of Korean conflict.

for the future and have one performance Arkansas -All active duty pay $600 for spouse and $600 for each Members of Armed Forces serving -

\ to their credit. is excluded from gross "income. dependent. Servicemen may defer : in Korea may defer filing

t California-$1000 of active duty filing returns and payment of tax returns or paying taxes until 00

i You don't like your grays? You pay received after June 30, 1952, without penalty until one year days after return to ZI, or discharge -

y want a change? is exempt. State allows personal after separation or termination of whichever 1 s earlier.

{ Here's the straight scoop. Put exemptions of $2000 if single; the war, whichever is earlier.DtlawareMembers.of State allows, exemption of'$1000

your ideas on paper and submit, $3500 if married and $400 for Armed if single, $2500 if married and I

them to Jax Air News, care of each dependent. Forces may, upon written application $500 for each dependent.

Nancy Ward. The most ideal uni- Members of Armed Forces out- I be granted deferment for Guam-Income of members of

form will be' selected and pre- side U.S. may defer filing returns i paying income tax until six Armed Forces subject to same

fa sented to the proper people. Who and payment of tax, without pen- I months after discharge. State allows -, computations as for Federal re

knows you may be the designer alty or interest, until six months 1 $600 exemption for taxpayer,: turns. (AFPS) '
of the Waves new summer
.... uniform. ,;:--:/', : : ; '
:: ;:::1\;;:;\:;':;

Know your shipmates' : Shirley ':',' ::.i;f.';':',:.': : :::A+ .
DeLavergne, SN, present ANP( ) :. .
'A,. :
students Company Commander : t:: : : '
t finds her new job hectic but ,. '. ,

happy. DcLavcrgno is no new- ,/, [ .+ 4
-+ : %
comer to the training command. : : ',"
I :,"* : ;, ";, ;.
LOVE GAME-Colleen MILler Having held various jobs in .:::t. ...
seen here posing: against an eluding three tours of duty as .
old adobe wall, doesn't often i. "
sit on the sidelines. That's a Chief Master at Arms of Barracks "".., 1
modified tennis sweater she's 720, she knows everything about
wearing-and doing much bet anything at NATTCenter. c .
ter at it than a lot of champion *
tennis players. Delectable '
Colleen is the fresh air and ex- This Weeks Shorts: Bertha ,9c. ,9/

ercise type and, though her ten- MacKinnon, SKC, officially re- i
nis is only fair, she plays reg lieved MayBcllo Prator, AG1, as

ularly. new Chief Master at Arms of :

Barracks 723.
AK, AO Schools Name The first meeting of the re-
creation committee brought fav- Y

Honor StudentsJohn orable results for the NAS Wavesas
W Morrow, AN, wa!t the the committee voted to supplythe

honor student in last week's gra- funds for a new 21-inch T.y.

duating class from A via t i ion set. The recreation committee represented -

Storekeeper School Class A at by both NAS and NA-

Naval Air Technical Training TTCentcr seems to be doing a

Center with ,a markof 87.10. top notch job.Shipping .

Morrow, who joined the Navyin out to ports unknownare

1946, has been assigned to :Lorraine Dasinski, Mary Cor- -- --
JtE-LOCATED-The NAS Industrial safety record was not that tad that the
NAS Johnsville Pa. scy, Judith Crawford, Mary Cres- SAFETY FLAG
Harms Alice Kildea safety flag pole at the main gate had to be torn down. In fact, the record Is good.; The flag and
Honor student in Aviation Ord- pi, Sandra bulletin board have been moved to a new location at, Mustin and Yorktown, where it is believed
i nanccrnen School Class B was Dixie Kline, Barbara Langley, more people will have a chance to study the progress of the station's safety program. The bulletin
WillianvMcVey, Jr., AO1, a Navy: and Violet Paulikonis, all Airman bond records the number of days without a lost time accident, while the flag flies high when
of World War II. McVeywas. Apprentices. Also leaving are everything is normal, and flies at half-mast whenever a lost-time accident oe4urt' On hand for the
I veteran .-dedication-of Pvt -Frances
assigned to Fasron 5J; Oceana, Pvt. Marie Dupuis, : val Air Station, and member .{ tbe :Va:, for'further transfer. to, Fitrori! Jessup Pvt.: Catherine Korak" ;'e1 d I ; Clayton .Q"'f1UI; Charles Alkens.CharlesAble; ; .Captain Ttracb;' Ledr. J. C.;: 'X.ftOll;;
.'3. 5 5 ; PVt. Nancy SartdeH. I J.fot".rd Enoank';; Sam ''Graham.. '..<4< Ettgret; GrUb '

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STRIKES r lax Navy.. Racquetmen.. Set Season's InauguralOpening J Sports FromYesteryear

practice for the Jax gin on that date. The Flier net. for mid-March with the University

SPLITS Navy varsity tennis squad has men are faced with a big task of of Georgia here. Another in a weekly feature

been set for Tuesday, Feb. 22, rounding into shape before the All interested personnel can that brings to life performan
according to coach Leon Wilson. start of competition.First contact Lt. Curtis, ext. 395 or ces on the Naval Air Station
Membership! in the 200 Club
Weeding of candidates will be. match of the year is due I Wilson, ext. 798. sports scene from dusty issues
has come easily recently as 17 of the Jax Air News.
I .. ..
entered Club -- ----- TODAY
the coveted in - ---
men -- -- -- ------- TEN YEARS AGO Y

the past two weeks.A Rtiane Gets It was announced that Lt.

record 240 by VF-173's A. J. Charley Gehririger, one of the
of the diamond greats,
Bell led the charge. Personnel's! 29 As AK greatest
would be assigned to the Physical
.. his heels with
Pat Hall was on
Training Department at
a 230. 4 Dumps LouiesTopped NAS Jax.

The Station basketball squad

.Carl Edolo, VP-18 ace, entered by Zeke Ruane's 29 knocked off powerful.St. Aug

twice with 225 and 208 scores. points, Aviation i Storekeeper ustine Coast Guard, 47.38,

Three checked in with 212's. They School outlasted Special Services avenging a previous, defeat.

'were R. D. Whitlock, Hospital;: .First Lieutenant, 7358in the FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY

Ralph Rickett Personnel, and R, NATTCenter intramural basketball Averaging 16.3 points in 18

A. Gorkcn, Supply. Fliers Meet Goshawks circuit last week. games, forward K le Wood-

Five VA-175 keglers scored Bill Burch counted 20 and Bob bury was leading Jax Navy

well last week. Guy Carroll, 2H Tartter tallied 18 for the winning hardwood scorers.

and 203; Jim West, 205; R. W. In Stern Test TonightA five. Bob Pipkin with 16 and Physical' Training and Supply

Stillman 210, Bob Harris, 200 Dick Compana, with 14 points, led led their respective lea.

and Ed Sombo, 202 entered the the losers' attack. gues in N A S intramural
Clyb. stratospheric band of basketball nomads invades Main- A late rally by Training Facilities basketball play.Women ,

>. e a side gym tonight as the Pensacola Goshawks face the struggling -: failed to overcome SS-lst Lt.

Others were: Jim Knudsen, VP. Jax Navy Fliers,, i in a return bout.Favored and the Louies came out on top,

J8, 207; Jim Hinkle FAW-11, 207; 10 take on LI Laurelsthis back with a 28-poiat output The 4642. Mike Hollowell and Pipkin Marines

Joe Sanginari, ComFair sax, 208, year, the power-laden Goshawks rubber-legged forward was mur. I led the victors.

and Jim Manno, Fasron Six 204. composed of top men from der on tipins and rebounds all : Other results: Add
Also, Tom McDermott, 203 and NAS Pensacola and surrounding evening. l Marines 73, TraFac 65; ANP( ) I Strength

Art Feller, VC-62, 201. fields 116.76 earlier defeated Jax Navy, Taylor holds the Air Force'sworld School" 56, AK School 54; AOA( )

'.5 It was announced this week high jumping standard, I School 58, AEA( ) School 49; NA- Crackerjax ClubWith
W School 75, Marines 56; AOA)
that Jax would again well over B-SVa.
Navy play
Fleet Air
Jax IMk DKFXAT 70, AK 56, and AEA( ) 68, Ma. a record of 20 wins and
host for the Sixth Naval District
8hw A KB (103) feu Jax Nay rines 53. three losses, the Jax Navy Crac.
basketball tourney, March 7-11, Taylor ?_.-_, 28 F 29 ?., Tate
Court Title On Green .__.. 14Moore F 2 .Dal STANDINGS kerjax are setting sights on the
Charleston Rips Fliers >...-......_... 2 F 15 =:= Caael fi AOAI W L Pet.
( School _....._ 10 3 .769 Florida State Women's AAU bas
Feterkln ._._ 16 C 12 ......_ Wotford
Last year, the Fliers walked off I.ueas __ S ,. WagonerCathers NAWS School _........? 9 3 .750:\
Line with honors. It'll mark the second ? ....-. If g 12 :: Sheets AK School _?_.____ 7 5 .583!' ketball championsrips set for
TonightSeven Juhl ..._... IOi!: 11 ....?...... ltarrisGodding' SS-lst Lt. ?....____ < 5 .545 Jackson High ,gym, Feb. 17-19.
year in succession that Mainsidegym ... 3 G 0 _.._ l uzaoDeyincenllea ANP) school ,.. ..., 6 6 .500
5 GO. ......... JCldd Marines ?..._.__...._ 4 8 ..333TraKac Tomorrow and Saturday, the
teams opened fire Tuesday has been site of this tourney. -" ........._?-?. 3 8 .273
Newcomer Charleston A F B, Totals 105 81 AEA( ) School ? _._..._ 3 10 .231 Crackerjax have games scheduled
for Air Jacksonville
the Fleet with guard Bob Hudson rippingthe .. .. with the Eglin AFB Eaglettes.

\ basketball championship with the cords with 33 points, downed r Time and place of the contests is

finale slated tonight as a prelim Jax Navy, 90.79, last Thursday pending, awaiting arrival of the

to the Jax Navy-Pensacola tilt. night. __ visitors.

Winner of the tourney will ret The home-stauders held a 49-40 I Lastweekend, with' Gerri
lead at half-time. Dick Tatc, with Gorsky romping at will for 68
present this area in ComAir Lant t',3
.. .
e = .,, points in two games the local
hardwood festivities the week of
L lassies took a pair of tilts from
: Fob 21 at Norfolk. Fliers' Weekly the Memphis Waves, 63-54 and

TOP QUINTET there will go 68.55, at Memphis.
Hardwood Slate
into the Atlantic Fleet championships All 68 Crackerjax points in

two weeks hence. The powerful Pensacola Navy 1 the second fray were scored by

Goshawks move into Mainsidegym i Gerri or her sister, Pat. Gerri
VP-18 and Sanford CFAD were
A early favorites. In first-round for a game with the Jax i scored 41, tieing Pat's record set

meetings, Sanford met VF-32, VF. Navy Fliers tonight. earlier this year. .

103 faced VX-1 and VP-18 opposed Tonight Pensacola Navy. Women Marines from ANP( )

VF-31. Feb. 17 Parris Island. s School have lent their strengthto .

VF-62 drew a first round bye Feb. 18 FSU 'n' team. the Crackerjax. 11 n e u p."Woody" .

but squared off Wednesday versus All home games begin at 2015 i Edwards is one of these
in Mainside gym, Building Three. 9 stalwarts.
Sanford-VF-32 tilt.
winner of the
A former Franklin, Pa. prep
WINNER OF the latter two
21 and Pete Sheets
points, regis star, she was also an all-star
opening round games faced one tering four late buckets, pushedthe with the Oil City YWCA.
another in another Wednesday Fliers this SCORING POSITION-L for shot clur-
to advantage. IN raping high a push! With her on the Jax Navy club
semi-final fling. lax Cooled By Fouls lag action in the Jax Navy-U. o I. Georgia (Atlanta !branch} ) bas-
VF-11 pulled out a few hours They cooled off in the final ketball game is the Fliers' Jim 1 Daly ((14)). As though: stopped by are Marines Jan Gaudette and
the slow motion camera, Atlanhe's la's Stan Johnson ((6) looks like Pat Czulewicz, both forwards.
prior to the opening game, leaving half, however. With 12 minutes confident of "batting away'game the sphere. Jax Navy won the Jean Bottwright and Shirley

the unbalanced field of seven left Tate fouled out, along withuJarrin' 8060. The home forces op pose Pensacola tonight at 2015 at Morris, Marines, who started out
entries Mainside gym.
Jack" Wofford.
with the Crackerjax, have since
The 652> center went out on been transferred.Coaches .

personals after two minutes had ComFair Holds TopIn Jack Lucovsky and

Owens Paces ticked by in the second stanza. Matt Kurilich have sent a challenge .
The big man's loss was felt deep.ly to the
Camp Lejeune Lady
Keg QualifiersPiling around the boards. Marines, who are unbeaten infive
Hudson hit for nine field goals NAS Keg Play years of play.
up an 1113 for six and 14 out of 15 attempts from .

games, Tom Owens of VF-43 the stripe for his 33 points. Tate First place remained a jinx to teams holding claim oh New Jax Ball Park
field of 26 bowlers
paced a and Ron Harris led Flier scoring that position in American League kegling with ComFairJax'

qualifying for places on the with 25 and 18 points, respective. third leader in as many weeks, taking over the spot. Hosts Big LeaguersAn
Jax Navy varsity bowling ly.
Meanwhile VP-18 continued
I team last Saturday. Holds Jump MarkIn The Falcons were a big cog in the i
it's undefeatedkick attractive base.
madly along On
The large turnout was en- a return go with the Shaw way of VP-18'i third straight re
holding a wide margin over ball exhibition slate 'has been
couraging lor varsity bowlingin AFB Friday -m., Jax peat.
p. the rest of the National League arranged for the new Jacksonville .
this area. Each man rolledone Navy went down to a 105-81 set- field. In other National League action baseball park this spring.

game apiece on the six back. Last week was the third of the Falcons blanked VW-4; Four exhibitions involving ma.

NAS lanes Ronald Taylor broke the Fliers' NAS spring intramural bowling VA-175 downed Fasron Six, 3-1, jor league teams, with a fifth
Second place was capturedby while VF-172 and VF-173 finIsh.
activity. For th* second succes- game still pending, has been set
VP-3's Al Andriola with 0 & R TimberToppersCop ed in a tie.Personnel.
sive week, the individual high along with games involving clubsof
1090. Makeup of the team is Gals Kegling Test game mark was broken.A. advanced In Ame high minor classification.

1 not definite as yet 0 & R Timber-Toppers, of the J. Bell of VF-173 smashedthe rican loop play, posting a shut. Complete exhibition schedule
Mar. 13-23 Toledo AtlanU.
The District bowling finals vi.
NAS Civilian W men's owling record with a mighty 240 out over FAW-11. Pat Hall's Mar. -Clncinnati 'I. Washington
will be held at Key West, Feb. Mar. 29 Milwaukee
near-record high 239 vs. Brooklyn.
League, won their division of the last Tuesday as his mates score game April Pittsburgh Baltimore I
, 28-March 4. Jacksonville WBA 14th annual ed a shutout over Fasron 109. paced the Penmen. April J=Kansas I YVi.. Jax Brave
Other Hinkle F A- .April Tentative..
top men: ,
tournament list weekend. Bell's new mark outdid the old Special Services blanked Communications .April Wichita vi. ;Ja*: Braver
: W-11,1060; Holm, VP-18, 1040; April. 9-10 Columbia lax .
vs Brave
last week by while ComFair
1' The gals copped the event witha standard set only Jax .
:... Mabry Commissary, 1030; high 2740 series. Team membersare 15 pins. Old record was held by was doing likewise with Supply.: Many top-flight s e r v Ie.
; Carroll VA-175 1023 Dour-
., .... ; : Claramae ,Stover; Cecelia VP-18's Carl Edolo. In other action FAW-11 and marksmen are aiming their tight
AK School 1000
ges ; Daly, Young| Mary Weaver, Nellie No.. There .should be clear sailing FAETU gained shutout wins over for the National Mid-Winter Pin-

ANPJ( 997, and Edolo, VP- wotney, aU (O & R,and Jean.. ahead for VP18. The Patrolmen Electronics and Hospital respectively tol Matches at Tampa, Fla., Mar.

18, 990. ette Reilly Public Work!!! drubbed the, VF-41 Falcons, 40. 8.12,



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10 February 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven, .


Ii' Jax Navy Mittmen

i ..
.> //i i'J;{ ':: ;;\ ; .' ,.
With Gordon Robbie ." ) ".I GGThree
r .': \ '" I "-!; ) : t Score Fair
Remember the "elevatedshoe" : r., I"'f'f :. '" .'.\' ,
,\ '"I. ,'. '. I './ .. .",.I, -, "
,, '
\ '
epidemic that broke in ,i \\ '\ i; ;1''"' 'i'' ,; tt-'t'-;: ;
; > ; remained in the finals of the
I., ;' 4 I' ,. i \ ; :' Jax Navy boxers
the sports last week? ,, ..,. It l'l.
pages ,I ,.\" : / i," ,"' ;11; ( ( '.! Golden Gloves Florida State Championships but left a
It about at the I
tion came of an ex-Jax Navyman.instiga /. I I ;., "' : .1' '.-:: ,: .::,., { '\ i',:, .) wreckage. of defeats .in. the wake of the first two nights offighting.

1"1-, ''
The elevated foot was introdu. ""'. {

ced last week by Los Angeles ':' :); ; : Frankie Roman, smooth-workIng :. was a bout that brought the

State basketball coach Sax Elliott. '""",",1'r"\"\: .'.;a..".,.....' .' .... : .' hard-punching 175-pounder, packed house to its feet in a
Elliott steered the 1919-50 Jax : 1:; ". : .;. .. ,(:. 'II.;. flashed into the finals with two unanimous cheer for the two
.: .<. ... ::.1" brilliant victories. Neal Mason, a
Navy hardwood crew until he :I': .
was transferred in February of ', 160-pounder, after winning his Roman took over a big lead in

50. The club ended with a 13. "' .' ....1:1. .I', : first bout by a decision, breezed the second round, sending crack
default Tues.
into the finals by
: '
22 recqrd. \ ling rights and lefts and mixinga

Injuries and transfers leally rft:, .' '.; day night. Ken potent uppercut that tent
Meanwhile, heavyweight
took a toll. Besides the coach Coates reeling.In .
(\,{ : ,. Thomas went to the finals with-
most of the top men weren't .; ... out opposition. Upon Thomas' the third round, the pair
around at tourney time. : stood toe to toe as Coates surged
n. flailing fists rested the only, hope
r E back to try and win points. Roman
for Jax Navy'to have a boxer
A former U. of Illinois baske. 1 + rocked him time and again
\ the semi-finals at New York City
leer, Elliott also played for va but also received punisment from
month Carroll Dull) Gil.
: next as (
rious service teams. lie was with "'" t, 'i Coates' looping right that flicked
'. ,1> .. Christ, perennial favorite of local
Corpus Christi for three like blacksnake whip.
years a
.. .! "I'. ,.;L'.1IIII1l..k : fans, was knocked out by "Na-
and NAS San Diego another sea-
-. !'f"< ture Boy" George Kartalian, the Four Get Spilled

son.Elliott Camp Stewart slugger. Gilchrist, meeting Kartalianfor
was lining to how how GO, BALL, GO!-U'b eyes upward in this MaiiuJde\ Intramural Roman Steals Show the second time in the last
basketball Jack Mills (%1)) of VC-C2 and Paul Dun-
basketball has become a giant's; game as
:: bar VC Roman and Mason are in the 14 months, again was bested by
I ((22), Personnel, wrestle for the ball. -62 ran roughshod
Whether he
game. proved his over the Ad Building five, 81-54. Others identifiable are Personnel's Novice Division while Thomas Ls I II the rugged, rough,:: Camp Stewart
point is not certain. Karl: Powers ((24)) and Jerry Hargis (13)). Maimide court clubs, in the Open Division. It is only soldier in the 175-pound class.
lie made a seven-footer out vie in the 14-team circuit weekdays at Mainside gym I The Bull went down from
j I the latter class which will compete a
of G-6 Glenn Abney. All the in New York. straight right in the first round)

fellow did, however, was lounge Close Calls Befall TopDogs I It was Roman who stole the and took an eight*count. ,.
around under the basket for
I show in Tuesday's bouts. The The Bull's best effort was at

five minutes, not scoring a rangy Ordnanceman, with one the start of the second round but

point and not snagging a re eye dyed a deep purple, won a Kartalian slung across a right

bound. j In NAS Cage Race' unanimous decision from Noah that ended the bout after a minute -
Renowned for other departures
Coates of Green Cove Navy. It 21 seconds of the round.
from the routine, Elliott once Four Jax boxers
VP.18 and VC-G2 the NAS intramural basketball Navy afterweathering
used oxygen tanks during a game.
Another time, trying to expose are happy to be "alive" this week after narrowly Damp} Weather were spilled the in first the night's semi-finals.fights,
escaping tragic defeat in league competition last week '\
the Bevo Francis high-scoring
They included Johnny Outlaw,
-- -- ---- ---
episodes, his team won/ a 203-82 The undefeated Patrolmen Fails To Mar 118 pounds; Ronald Simmons, 126

game. His high scorer talliAl 188 downed fired-up Hospital, 70-62,
Glen Rowe
pounds; 135 pounds;
in the closest call of 'the season TWO-BIT' CLUBFor
I Golf TourneyThe and Lloyd Luke, 147 pounds.
for the defending champs. A
It was the first appearance for
Word from Canip Gordon, Oa., mere three or four points separated the second straight
All-Station Mixed Four- coach Cliff Dauphanis of Jax:
is that I'\t.. Chuck Koston will "be the clubs during much of week, only three men found Ball Golf Tournament last week. Navy in a downtown show and

tough to beat" at the Third Army the game. admittance to the Two-Bit
end was a huge success. he fielded his ring squad after
tourney in March. Since 1948 Forward Tom Fahy's 27 markers Club. Despite inclement weather, 32 being with them only two weeks.

the 27-year-old featherweight has for the Corpsmen wasn't Tom Fahy spearhead ofHospital's teams answered the starter's call. .
42 wins (eight KOs) and seven enough to offset the 21 and 20 racked It's planned to hold another
de-feats. In '52 and "53 ho won points, respectively, of Hal Kuhn quintet, up
27 points in a losing cause similar event, Sunday, Feb. 26. Rhymes of theTImcs
both the and All-
Eighth Army and Jim Lutrin for VP18.
IN LAST weekend's tourney,
Korean against VP-18. It's the COUNTRY
championships. Powers Hoops 34 time for Fahy. Class A low net honors went to

BACKBOARD BANTER !I- Unbeaten in five games:: VC-62 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard and Mr. BUILD A CAREER ,
Andrews AFB, No. 1 East Coast squeaked by FAETU, 59-57, in another and Mrs. Bill Barrow, tied with
hit '34 points against VC-62, a NERE
service quintet, includes an 84-70 closie. It was 30-30 at half- 68.
win over Duquesne in it's record. new high for this year in NAS TIt sRods
time. Class B low net was snared by

Joe Axelson, a familiar figureas Jack Mills paced the winhers intramural play. Bette Courson and Mike Benak

basketball coach at Camp Gordon wigs 19 points. Dick Powers went Also entering the Club was with a 69.

for the past three seasonsis wild for FAETU, booting home Jack Weinhold of VA-175 with A WEEKLY feature at the sta.

now sports publicity directorat 34 points. 26 points. tion course will be the Pro-Am I andIVimrods I

Georgia Teachers College. Jim Nofs got 17 markers, lead. BOnUt Tourney. Anyone can participate,

ing VF.172 to a 58-38 win over Kuh, \'p-tl ___...... SI, 21! n pros, amateurs, mediocre swingers -

Whiting Field won the NABTC FAETU. In another tilt, Hospital tatty,*,Jlo.i.lUIPower FAhTU-::::-: :.::.: .27.,.., ;: and duffers. (This column Is devoted to

hardwood title this year. Pensa. tripped Operations, 7743. Tends Kwlnr: FatroB lairom 109 Slh.-: ... ...._ 26Ure.tk II Qualifying for the Sax Navy outdoor life and the host of

cola has taken the cream of the Personnel Earns Win I'mron MiMrlnhold M'.."..' .M'M.A.-.... 26 varsity has been extended to next hunting and fishing enthusiasts

crop in this league and bolsteredit's VA-175 bested Supply, 64-40- ,, VA175HWbaom VC.IJ ___ ___ 26 26 Tuesday due to bad weather ham. aboard the station or attached

Gosling lineup. VP-18 had no trouble downing Halt, Supply! / .,,.. ......,.......-, Z5 pering recent trials. to the neighboring facilities.)

The Goshawks, as they are Fasron Six, 90-58, and VC-62 It must be remembered that

called after augmentation, aver knocked off Fasron 109, 61-49 in fishing is subject to weather- con

age 6-4, and are the ones to other feature matches. ditions. The high winds and water .

beat for the Sixth Naval District Scoring the clincher with only found last weekend in this

crown this year, seconds left, VW.4 tipped Personnel twq area are not generally desirable'

5251.: The Ad Buildingcrew P for good fishing.
A horse looked Leo Duro- take 1 a .
up came back, though, to
eher and asked to be given a it's first win of the year, 37-32, tR q A few reports of satisfactory '

tryout with the Giants. over Operations.In fishing were received despite the

Leo finally agreed and was other tilts, Fasron 109 rocked bad weather, however.

quite surprised when the horse 'Communications, 64-47, and Jimmy Reed and R. P. Feagle,

knocked one out of the park and Operations upset Supply, 5844. both t>t 0 & ft, fished in Black

pegged the ball 300 yards. STANDINGS:' :' Creek, sheltered by the large .

"Terrific," said Durocher, "Let's VP18 Tear___M'M_ 8 W 0 t. Frt.1.000 ;' Ill trees. They managed to boat 26
the bases." "If I could VC-6 .. ;: __ 5 0 1000Vt'.173
lee you) run -- speckled perch in the early morn-
_. .. 4 1 MO
run", neighed the nag, ".I'd be at VA-l75 __ 4 2 ,6671I00pltal ng.
I __----.3 2 ,GOO
Jamaica. Jo'uron Rix.MM: S 2 ,WbFasron William Goodson, VltC of VC-
M r
w 109 ____ 4 ::4 .!571W 52, and Charlie C. Hillyer, AMC
3 3
Daly' High Roller InN -ply..=-.-.- --3- 3 :.500 NATTCenter, enjoyed a good
Veda _.___ 1: 2 ,111FAETU
______ 1 5 .t67 %: lay's: fishing by boating 41 speck.
A iYO Keg League Operations Personnel ___. 1 6 ,,167 ed: perch fishing at Dead Lake.

Airman Preparatory and Aviation I Communlcattoiia i :.:.:.:,.0 : :MJ S *

9 Bet times for fishing this
Ordnanceman Schools are "Tougheat to fan"" title went to
bowling weekend are as follows: .
atop the NATTCenter
I Don Mueller of the world champion
league. The Preps, however, holda New York Giant The good- Saturday 0600 to 1130 and
600 to 1830.Sunday .
team advantage. went down
average I hitting rightfielder only
Marine Charles Summitt, AO I winging 17 times in 619 time at 0600 to 1200 and

(A) School has high game witha bat 1 . Look for the young __......._41<.......,. ,630 to 1830..

206 while Frank Dettloff, Supply Bill I Skowron, flrat-baaernan, to TOUR LINKS WITH GUEST-Miss Marllynn Smith (center) -Bob Brown.

holds high series 535. I nake: good with the New York golf professional and ex-women's intercollegiate) champion, touredUte (News for this column can
station golf course'last week, accompanied by local hostesses, be submitted tbrouch'Dob''
Last he only got
Fred Daly of ANP( ) School fankeea. Mrs. Mary Harrow (left) and Mrs. Dale Conner. Prior to touring Brown, n t. 525, Accessories
holds the individual Average I nto 87 gamed but totted 1 A heavy the front nine, Miss Smith conducted a links clinic for members ; '
Officers'' Wives Golf Assorlation. Division, 0 & K.)
mark with 159.: 340. of the

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Mondays\ only, at NAS exten-.

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bdrm, apt, gar, 6115Commodore .
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82409, Gay.
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NAVY KNOW-HOW model of a patrol bomber launchingramp 1 bdrm furn apt, gar 1233 Ingle
and gear is studied by two .Navy ensigns at Aviation Ground side, Ev-93567, Thomas.
I Officer School at NATTCenter, which observes Its second birthday
this week. Instructor is Thomas Comstock, AOC, a teacher In sea- 3 rm unfurn, apt, 2902 Cherokee,
plane nomenclature. Ev-95326, Whittington.

1/ 2 bdrm house, rent or sale, 2630

AGO School Graduates Beaverbrook PI, NAS ext 8380

iIIIb"Ii: .. .. ':,;; Haydu.
4 rm furn gar-apt, 3008 Park, Ev.
'Men Without TIME AND SPACE PROBLEMS huge relief board Is used 94232.
Wings'"Men to explain problems of missions and tasks of Air Intelligence at
Aviation Ground Officer School. Lt. Bertram Udovin (left), operation 2 rm furn apt, 828 Ingleside, Ev-
phase officer and Lawrence Shepard, ADC, display 99643.
without wings" could readily be the designator for the
landing problem 2 bdrm furn house, 5139 Timu-
morel than 1,000 graduates of the Aviation Ground Officers School
Rd, Nav Hosp ext 56
at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. quana ,
Supervisor Delegates Doyle.
As the school marks the be-
tinued to supply trained specialists. SAFETYBox 3 rm furn gar apt, $65, 2601 Park
ginning of its third year Friday, Go ',To ConventionLocal Ev-82770, Houston.. ,
February 11, the importance of AVERAGING 67 officers class Score 3 furn
a rm apt, Murray Hill, Ev.
No. 11 of the National
these "Men without most
during the 16 classes in the last 81760, Ballentine.
/ of them citizen-sailors, with high. Disabling Injuries Through Association of Supervisors, Department
three years, the school today is 3 rm furn apt, $45, 529 Dell wood
ly skilled professional and tech Tuesday, Feb 8 of Defense, will senda
) planning for the largest class ever -Riverside, Angelo.
nical backgrounds, has been emphasized held. In the convening class for This Month 0 delegation of eight men to thegroup's 5 rm house, 4 rm bung, 3260

,I throughout the Navy'sfleets May, 240 students will attend, the This Year 0 : national convention opening Broadway-Woodstock Pk, Ev-
( and squadrons. largest thus far under the Avia Days Since Last Feb. 12 in Washington D. C. '85032. _

<(< SINCE THE convening class in tion Ground Officer program. Lost-Time Accident 69 The local delegation will be 5 inn house, gar, 2211 Blanding

1952, the school has graduated Under Capt. Henry C. DeLong, comprised of Bill Purcell, na- Blvd, Ev-85082.
I. 1,067 officers in the 16 classes commanding officer of the Naval tional of the 1 bdrm furn house, Townsend Rd.

held up to Jan. 1, 1955, in the Air Technical Training Center association sergcant-at-arms; C. M. Graeff, president Ev-83839 after 1600, Roach.

series of eight-weekcourses. Jacksonville, and Comdr. Ralph MOVIESThursday of Local No. 11; Nathaniel 3 rm furn apt, $55, 8435 N. Y.

Usually con. M. Bagwell, director of training, Feb. 10 Quarterman; Jack Shapiro; Wil Ave, 112-82861, Hayes.
sisting of new the school is adminstered b y liam Pittman; Anthony Brgda; 3 rm turn apt, downtown, 112
I Officer Candi Lcdr. J. K. A. Bobbitt as training Mainsido Hoodlum Empire: William Estes and Harry Jarrard. E. Ashley, El-45676, Stradtman.

date Schoolgraduates officer. With him are three phase- Brian Donlevy, Claire Trevor. 1 bdrm furn gar apt, $65, 2919

from V instructor officers Lieutenants NATTC Not announced. Doric; Ev-95224, Harrjs.

Newport, R. I., { J. C. Wilkins, B.A.C. Udovin and Hospital Tulsa: Susan Hay- 19 Graduated lr0l11Guided For Sale
the school also v r' R. E. Chamberlain, Jr.
Robert Preston bdrm
3 house, 5008 BirkcnhetfdRd
has included a Five chief petty officers also Missile ClassThree
Friday, Feb. 11 Ev-84040.
classof instructors in specializedfields *
complete serve as
Mainside A Race for Life: officers and 16 enlistedmen 1950 Roycroft house-trailer, 5114
former en- and a staff of nine enlistedmen
Richard Conte, Mari Aldon. were graduated last week Eulace Rd, Ev-88724, Table
listed maintains the two-building
menU -
from Aviation Guided Missile
o w Limited school. One building is devoted to NATTC Hoodlum Empire: MiscellaneousRide
Duty Officers Lcdr IIobbllland 16 classrooms and the administrative Brian Donlevy, Claire Trevor. Class 5428 at the Naval Air Wea wanted from Murray Hill

four Brazilian Navy officers offices and the other to shops. Hospital Not Announced. pons System School. 0730 to 1600, NAS ext 669, Eck-
mark of 96.88 Harold les.Rider.
Setting a ,
who studied under the Mu- Saturday, Feb. 12
tual Defense Assistance Program. Williams, ATI, was the honor wanted from Starke St.,
Super Salty Mainside The Westerner: student in the 19-man class. 0700 to 1600, NAS ext 674,
TECHNIQUES that include Gary Cooper, Dana Andrews. Johnson.
(Continued from 1)) Five enlisted men were gra
maintenance, engineering elect Page NATTC A Race for Life
: duated from the Aircraft Arma Will join or start car pool from

ronics, combat intelligence center, er.THE Richard Confe, Mari Aldon. ment Section of NAWS School Springfield area, 0745 to 1610,

air intelligence, photo interpretation BROWN-BAGGERS at the Hospital Hoodlum Empire: with Douglas Hamilton, Jr., A01, NAS ext 8220, Bldg 610, or 341
ordnance, ground control Separation Center have the added Brian Donlevy, Claire Trevor. topping the list. W.. 8th St., El-65473, Lavaine.
job of explaining the lost lucreto
approach, guided missiles, and .
\ the "missus". They considerthe
arresting gear and catapults form
Society Meets
single fellows lucky: they
the indoctrination i course. Afterulthel' S
only have to pay up and answerto S Horace Knerr, president of the
training at specialty
the Almighty for their lack I Ia Ir Metlab Co., one of the largest
schools the graduates usually: takeover
of torrid tongue control. And commercial heat treating concernsin
positions as division officers
some of it can be pretty torrid. America, will be guest speakerat
with .
ships or squadrons.One
Consider the plight of the poor the regular meeting of the Jax
of the highlights of the pro- lad who has just about gotten to Chapter American Society of Me-

gram is a two-day cruise aboarda the end of a ten-carbon separa tals, Monday at the Seminole
Navy carrier from Mayport, Fla., tion document without one mis- Hotel..

where practical application under take, when all of a sudden, his Knerr will speak on "How the
working conditions of knowledge
weary pinky ,hits a wrong key. a Metallurgist Aids Industry". The'
in classrooms is the
gained given
The fellow in this case usually meeting, ,open to the public, be-
students. jumps from his desk, tosses a gins at 1930.
Originally established by the half-dollar into "ye olde jug" and .'
Chief of Naval Operations be- proceeds to get his money.s worth
cause of .the exigencies of the -but good! MarinesContinued

Korean ,crisis and the fact that I The fines could be scaled to .
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the Naval Academy at Annapoljf match the degree of the offense. 3
could no longer furnish this vast But at the Separation,Center they Joseph W. Kean Jr.; and Capt.

officer need, the school has con- are very democratic: one cuss- Alton B. Chambers.

r word is worth the same as any At 1000 Tuesday the Marine

As the regiment was leavingand other five cents. .. Barracks, commanded by Major
'.. .
a crowd down at the Union TO THWART ANY vicious virtuoso .;;,::.'.: '' David Foos Jr., extended full

Station was cheering, a recruit who might try to get away :/ :::: : honors to the inspecting Generalin
asked: "Who are all those people without paying, Chief Thiel has ,; a military ceremony held at
and why are they cheering." had all participants sign in black the Barracks. Inspection of the

"They," replied the veteran, "are and white that they have read Barracks followed the outdoor

the people who are not going. and understood the plan. _Tt I ceremony.The .

I S When asked what he thought of annual inspection was con.

Helen: The contralto sure had a the new plan,one fellow said, "I BEAUTY QUEEN-Organized Marine Reserve squadron YMF144 : tinued Wednesday when the gen
large repertoire. think it's .$&.1.! Too late, he of Jacksonville has picked its beauty queen for 1935. She's eral and his party inspected the
her noticed Chief Thiel coming toward Miss Shayle Christopher (right, student at the University of Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment
Gordon: Yes, tight
Florida. At left Is Mrs. Barbara Smith, wearer of the 1951:; crown.
dress\ made It look worse. him with. Itchy palm out. MN Christopher is now officially "Miss VMF-11I" at NAimi. r


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