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 17, 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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Stop On Red, Go On Green, Don't Sneak In Between

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. Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Win 11; Naval Air Technical Training_Center__ ___

q < -. Get Medic Help

VA-15 Pays 1' ,. Dependents .

Call AtCeylon ,;: ) : Open ExperimentalDependents'

Port ClinicThe

Attack Squadron l 5, now ?

known as "The Valions", '... .: :
have seen Ceylon \." :""::" '>' .'. experimental Out-Patient Dependents' Clinic which

"The Valions" are part of I opened a week ago in the NAS Infirmary as an effort on
of the Medical to provide adequate care
the Department
Carrier Air Group One, and l' : part
are aboard the USS Midway with very limited means, is proving a highly appreciated
service J>y families of Naval personnel aboard the Station.On .
which is i
(CVA-41)), now a partof ..
the first day of operation,
the Seventh Fleet. natal and obstetrical cases can
':. : ". 14 dependents were treated, given
The Midway anchored off not be handled at the Infirmary,
..:::... ,:,:. shots against various diseases, or
Columbo, Ceylon the morningof otherwise sent out in better and that proof of military dependency <
Jan. 27, and remained in : health than when they entered. must be shown. The serviceat
port for two days. Personnel onboard :TI ACCORDING TO CAPT. War the Infirmary is only intendedto

found that Columbo revealed not to dependent
: ren E. Klein, Senior Medical supplement, replace,
< many typical scenes of <; Officer of NAS Jnx:, the plan: was care normally renderedat
the Far East Many took toursto made in order to organize dependent the Naval Hospital.

Kandy, which is one of the of f 'c'..;. >..: care on a planned basis dur- Dependents will do well to remember -
most picturesque towns ing normal working hours of the this service is only an

Ceylon. There they saw the Infirmary when all facilities are experiment, subject to discontinuance
famous "Temple of the Tooth", J1 available. if its privileges are abused.

and the unusual elephant bath, Dependents are urged to make They are asked to obey the rules

where the elephants came each appointments in advance by call. carefully.

afternoon for their daily scrub- .).....: \ :i ing extension 629, between the -- S. .

bing. I .....' ,,:,....... .< T Y' ""''''m''''' '_''''';,,. .. ..!.. hours of 0900 and 1130. In this Feb. 20 Deadline For
Also seen were the fabulous "This hurts ,"' way the doctors on duty \In the '
mines of which is
gem Ceylon clinic will be able their
wails seven-year-old Itonney Hubert son of William: Hubert, to plan
the world center of star saph- ACt, of NAS Operations and Mrs. Hubert, as Navy Nurse Lt. schedules' and all will progressin Auto owners are reminded that
ircs. Betty Averyt administers a booster shot immunizing him against orderly efficient fashion the deadline for Florida license
The gems are cut and polish. cowpox. Dr. Veldora Ye:>ko, formerly of the Navy Medical department -
ed in and around Columbo, and but now serving at the NAS Infirmary In civilian capacity TilE MEDICAL DEPARTMENThopes tags is Feb. 20. The Duval County
helps hold Ronney still while the shots are being applied. to provide all possible care
Auto Tag Agency, located at For-
the art intrigued many for Ronney was one of the first to be treated at the new experimental and attention to dependents.
hours. dependents' clinic. syth and Market Streets, will be
However, owing to an extremely
All personnel thoroughly en- Future Manpower Outlook limited medical staff, it is requested open until 12 noon Feb. 19.
joyed their stay, and are look- I
that those suffering from
forward to their next portof
ing call in the Far East.WEATHER unimportant illnesses refrain i ..1
e Disclose Promotion Plans from making appointments. Foreign

It is expressly stated that pre-
Officer Enrolls

Saturday-Scattered Friday-Mostly clear OUTLOOK showers.and cooler. Cutback In ManpowerA Early Deadline At AE SchoolAviation

Sunday Partly cloudy with breakdown in Navy and Marine Corps promotions betweennow Next WeekUnit Electrician's Mate

widely scattered, show en. and June 30, 1956, has just been revealed by the two Services,
School Class B is assuming the
in accord with the cutback in personnel ordered by Defense Sec public information offices
modified the President. proportions of a "tower of Babel"with
retary Wilson by and other contributors to
I As Navy and Marine enlisted the Jax Air News are reminded the reporting aboard of Lt.
Coral Sea strength declines in graduated ing estimates: of an early deadline for Akira Moriyama of the Japanese

; figures up to the end of the next Navy, officers: Dec. 31, 10574999. ,(- next week's issue, due to the Navy.

fiscal year, the Navy plans to ; June 30, 1955 74,000. Feb. 22 holiday. Already teaching six petty ,

Due Today promote 14,771 officers, including June 30, 1956-72,800. Deadline for copy is 1000 Officers from the Italian Navy in

40 promotions to rear admiral. Navy enlisted: 1954 605,134. Monday and deadline for pho- the school, the advent of Lt. Mori
Nevertheless, this means an estimated tos is 0800 Monday. yama into class marked another
fewer officers (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
1,000 on
At foreign-speaking student attend
MayportThe June 30, 1955 than on Dec. 31, ing school under the Mutual Defense
1954. Another 1,200 officers will Assistance Program.

45,000-ton carrier USS be dropped by June 30, 1956. TODAY AT TilE Training Center -
Coral Sea becomes the first air MARINE OFFICER strengthwill
the Navy is teaching in addition -
craft carrier to visit Florida wa- remain fairly stable up to
to the Italians and Japanese,
ters in 1955:) as she ties up at the I June 30, but after that it will decline -
two Ecuadorian sailors at Avia.
Mayport docks today. by 350 through June 30, '
tion Storekeepers School, and two
The giant flattop will remain 1956. I
Brazilians at Aviation Ground
overnight before heading out to Navy enlisted strength will Officers School.Lt. .
sea early Friday to conduct car drop 14,000 by June 30, 1955 and
rier landing operations with Air another 7,000 between then and Moriyama attended the Japanese -

Group 17 pilots and personnel June 30, 1956. Marine enlisted Naval Academy for threw

aboard. She will remain at sea strength will drop by about 14,-- } years and for two years was ai\

for eight days before returningto 700 by June 30, 1955, and by an- aircraft maintenance officer after
Mayport. other 11,500 in the following 12 the peace treaty was signed anda

Expected to depart this area months. Japanese Naval Defense set up.

near the end of this month, the These figures were disclosed in r lie came here from Aircraft

Coral Sea will have no Open the annual report to Congress required Maintenance Officer School at

house. of all Services by the of- ,5 Memphis.
Since returning last December ficer grade limitations act, and Y4JAPANESE IllS HOME IS in Tokyo where

from a five-month cruise to the was the first time the Navy and his wife and two children, Shi.

Mediterranean with Cecil Field- Marine Corps have ,ever given geko, six years old, and Voshiko,

based Carrier Air Group 10 such complete breakdowns on V three, reside.

aboard, the ship has been assign. coming promotions. He is the second Japanese offi.
ed to the Norfolk area. MANPOWER FIGURES, put ,A it -............... cer to attend school here. Lt.
The Coral Sea has the distinction into the record of a brief hear. STUDENT-Lt. Aklra Moriyama of the Japanese: Osamu Matsuzaki was graduatedfrom
of being the first ship of ing by the Senate Armed Serv- Nary is checked out on training equipment at Aviation Elec- Aviation Ordnance Officer
trician's Mate School, Class K, by Lcdr. O. 8. Braddock Jr., training -
her I size to tie-up alongside the ices Sub-committee on officer H School and Instructor-Training
officer Lt. Moriyama attending school at the Training
Mayport docks limitations, provide the follow- Center here under the Mutual Defense Assistance Program school in December.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 17 February 1955

Jfln.r1ui8Published II Honor AD2 Who Dislodged Jammed Nose WheelAn I

aviation machinist mate, was along on that flight from. side the, craft .

second class, who dislodged a Kcflavik, Iceland to Copenhagen Baker's citation, sir:iird!
pvrry Thursday for Navy and Marine activities! at N \al Air wheel on his patrol Denmark on Sept 7, 1954. Comdr. Paul by
SUtlon. Jucksonvllle, Ha. jammed nose Bruneau, ,
Lt. Hiser tells this story: ",
NAS, J.cksi,lll bomber on a flight over reads
C.pt. John S. Thaoh .?.. ..__......_..........Commanding OfficerOUICTI saluted at a When circling the field tryingto ; / : "The calm manner and
Comdr. John N. here...... .._ __.. ;"' '\ Denmark, was ingenuity
fleet Alr .fh.'III. meritorious mast last week at land, he discovered the nose displayed by Baker

Rear Mm. John Perry .._. ...... ..... .t'omlnllndf'r wheel jammed in the "up" prevented a
Capt. HlvhaiU: O. hectic ?...............?.,....._.___...M..N..........._.-....Chief! of :Staff Patrol Squadron 16. was serious' lMX-ident
I'ieet Air N'ieg lae.e: Shipmates paid honor to position. Baker a plane cap and possible loss of lives
Papt. Edwin J. R. Young .._ ._.._.. ......... l''ommlnd had tain immediately volunteeredto also saved the U. S. und
Cutndr. Flunk O. llcyer .......... .. .... CaNaa det Staff Unlrtr Harry Baker, AD2, who ro\'ei.'n-
Atr Technical Trstsler fester received his dischargefrom free the wheel. Grabbing a ment a. large
f.apt lII.nry'C. l>Ix>nj*._..... ._. ... ,,, .... ,,, _. ....Cun manding Officer already amount of)
Comdr. KUvaidV.. Uishop.?...........?.....:.........?.?......... .._...?......_..Kxtcuthe. Officer the Navy Feb. 4. fire axe, he crawled up into money. By his action lUn

Capt. Edward S. Lowe ..,.. Ns sl. ItoMpilrl..__............Ccimmnndlns: Officer Lt. Henry Hiscr, pilot of the the nose of the plane, choppeda demonstrated courage and )Illl_
Capt. L. A. Newton __? ....?._.............> .. ...........?....._ ._.........._..._K\mitl\c:: Officer P2V-5 Neptune bomber, aboard hole in the fuselage, and tiative in keeping with the

P-apt. Wilson R. Bartlolt ..........._?....._1VAK1U__._..............Con mangling, Officer which Baker performed his dislodged the wheel. His head high standards and tl'adJtlOn
Comdr.: Laurence Stcffenhaccn _...____..........................Kxccuthe Olllcer heroic feat, is happy the latter and shoulders were stuck out.SickTime of the'naval service."

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly ot the U. S. Nn\ai Air Station, ._ .
funds ---- --
JackKomllle. Florida and printed' commercially with nnn-nr'P""piluted' -
It.ti.. expense| lo the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-.tr: Kev
Nov. L94"L. Copies are lUti'United (ice ot charge,! at the Natal Air Station; the! .
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air n'o'I''I'r lnlnl; Unit and the Pay DeductibleOn i'
U. S. Natal Hospital. "" .
llIol'-Andr'w;< II. Plotwy' .
Sports! F.dltor-r.o1'llon Rubble J03: Staff ItepoetrisJack Holme!. PHI .

Charles The Kail.JAX: JOSN.AIR NEWS li n member ot the Armed Force I MI-SB S.r\'!('('. Your 1954 Tax FormThis .
AFFS material appealing In this publication may not l he rr ,rimed! without\ '/
the written pel mlshlon of Armed Forces 1'iess! =-rn,iee. HIM,iul>]lent Ion of other -'NOTES
matter, except by service publications, Ik prohibited without iiciml-'Kliin ofJdltor. ( ._------ ,
I SAX AIR NKWS.KdltoiUI : ( is the fourth in a series! of articles on income (tax presented I
offices located Main Administration Building! Phone extension
KM6. :218 and I P164. by Armed Forces Press Service.) II I The NAS CPO Club is to be

The Internal Revenue Service told the Defense Department (I host at a semi-monthly mfomii;

Frontier Of Survivaln late in January that servicemen can "exclude from their gross income I dance Saturday night: Feb in,

the pay they received during periods of sickness or injuryin with music by the popular Soie-
Sudden death linked behind every bush when this natiun of OUIHwas I 1954. leaders
nettled. The frontiersman always had one eye on his wo>k- Walt Farwell of O
Civilians already have that privilege I It, Ith!cia i
the other peeled for danger. lie was ready to spring: to the defenseof under Section lOS of the tage of the new ruling, you will fancy clambake for 1m Ma.last .

his new home in an instant. He had to be have to get certification from '
i Internal Revenue Code of 1954. Saturday night: Ilca on, -
When this country of was wild, the frontiersman faced a
ours officer her birthday.Doc .
The section deals with accidentand your commanding person-
eiafty, unpredictable and There wasn't much .
enemy. health insurance plans. nel officer, or medical officer that Cronan is the lad A\ho
about universal military training or a ready reserve. You just beautiful
UNDER THE CODE service I supplied glaUiolos display
had t tea be ready and able to fight, that's all. Those were the facts you were absent through sicknessor aback
members who sick for the main bar They
.f life. were injury for the period during'which
were most attractive.The .
It's much the same today Supersonic long-range aviation and seven or more calendar days, you are claiming deduc
absent from duty for one or more tions. Club's Chef, Tommv'riel're"
Nuclear weapons have shrunk this world of ours Total destructioncan
come suddenly, without warning. days because of injury, or were You also will be'required to Thomas will soon offer
an attractive sea food The
Once more danger links behind every bit of cover.: We've returned hospitalized for one or more days; get a certificate from the finance
new cusine was inspired: by theadvent
to a "frontiei" situation It calls) for a frontier-type of readings. can deduct the pay for those officer showing the total amountof
(AITS) periods from their gross incomein received of Chief Halstead's >gar>
pay you during the
I II transfer to the Fleet Reserve
__- figuring out their 1954 incometax. period of illness.
( ) Opening of a fresh fish mail

Don Be Fooled I I All allowances outside of your. in Orange Park.
According to the law, the first base received I
pay during the sick And patio reservation plans ale

Sikkeis are a dime a dozen. There will always be people ready complete day away from duty I period are not considered in fig. I already under way. Very soon the
will be considered the first I
U buy the Brooklyn Bridge, take a chance on the shell game, or pay day uring what you can deduct from i barbecue pit will glow with *
of absence. When
good money to see a headless: woman. That's why there are so a servicemanis I your gross income. 'roaring fire.

many prosperous confidence men and side-show operators. hospitalized, the day of admittance --..- --

That's also the reason so many people' swallow the Idea of Com- will be included as a

munism. As Barnum said, there's a sucker born every minute. day of hospitalization but the release '
will I' I IUI
Communists say their system will give the common man a bel day not.

ter life. I PAY RECEIVED during the

But the cold hard fact is that Communism is nothing more thana first seven calendar days of

"gimmick" to grab control of the whole world for the Soviet Union. sickness is not deductible unless

You can compare the Communist idea of a "classless society" the person is hospitalized for at I

with the Nazi idea of a "super race." A come-on for the! suckers.! least one day during the periodof

The big l idea that keeps the Soviet leaders working like beaveis absence. I IL
I g gt ,
is the same one that inspired Hitler and Mussolini domination of The provision applies only io\\
i I '
the world. It's as simple as that. (API'S) persons earning $100 or less a [3 ji'i

\n'ck.o'or those making more

than $100 a week, the amount' 7 .(. :
Y4'K4'AN that can .be deducted is figuredby ++ y Y.

taking the total wages for the

HERE ARE ANSWERS TO THE period of illness, multiplying this

QUESTIOMS SERVCEMEN{ *ND THEIR by 100 and then dividing the

L /r FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS total by the weekly rate of pay ,
IF YOU PLAN to take advan-

Previously VA had been de-. trt ra '

Avictingmy GI insurance premium submit a new claim for compensation Reserve GM3 I__

payments from my monthly dis- And Include aity additional &i-L- :. "'-.i '" '- ....*iI

ability compensation. My compensation Information that you might Posts I PROMOTED-It's always nice work, If you 'can get It, attaching .
has just been reduced ha\e. Mark I captains shoulder boards to your Navy husband's uni
to the point where it no longer is I form. Mrs. Edward P. Irons gladly performs this service for her I
Q-I am taking a trade school At AE I husband who was promoted from the rank of commander t.
I School
forge enough to cover my premitun I course under the Korean GI Dill.I Naval taptaln. Capt. Irons is executive assistant medical officer of the
*. What happens now? Air Statlol1oBoarll
I It will last for two years. I know The highest grade made by an'I

A-Slnt'e your compensationpayments :that I get SO days of authorized Aviation Ordnance School Class

no longer are large absences a year. If I'm not absent A student goes into the recordof To ()/ l'SCRVIIS
rough to cover your OI insurance I Pick -n
my first year, can I carry : Vernon Leverentz GM3
the automatic
. premium, those 30 days over to the second
Naval Reservist from NAS 200 For
deduction plan will otop. You year? I neapolis. Min- OCS

win hare to start paying premiums The Bureau
A-No. Carry-overs of unusedabsences of Naval Per- CATHOLIC
yourself. Lever e ntz I sonnel has
from one year to the convened a selection 10WSt -
Q-I am drawing a VA pension.My who board to Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900,
next are not allowed. joined the recommend enlisted
'wif has just gone to work personnel Edward'i Chapel.
to in- Q-I am a WWI veteran receiving Navy in July, Officer Candidate
supplement our
School Saturday-0800.
come. Am I supposed to count her monthly pension paymentsfrom 1942, and was at Newport, R. I. Daily-0630.

alary In figuring whether my annual VA. My uncle recently died, discharged 1 n This is the third year of the Sunday'-0630-MaJi at Ho.pill

> income falls below the legalMceiling" leaving me an inheritance of some Dec. 1945, re- Navy's integration program.
shares of stock. Are the stock Last year 93 EM
orANo. were sent
enlisted in the MORMO1930 \.
In computing your proceeds considered as income, In to Newport. Of the 1,806 applications NATTC Chyplain's -
figuring my annual income ceiling Reserves 1n from the -Monday- -
Annual Income, you need not include fleet the
the separate Income of ? 1949. -Leverenti- board will name 200 to attend CIIRISTIAN Office. SCIENCE

wife. A-Proceeds of the stock will OCS this year. (AFPS
He has been
your on active duty at IWO)()-Tuesday-Mainsidf Chapel
Q=I applied for disability compensation not be considered a. Income until NAS, Minneapolis since 1051 Office on

.. at VA a year and a half they: are converted Into cash. During World War II, with the PROTESTANT0g30Ali ramp.

4 ago, and was turned down. I had e amphibs In the Asiatic-Pacific Commissary Store Closed Saints'. Chapel.

: planned to appeal, but kept put- Customer "Noodle soup, 'veal Theater of War, he took part In Two Days Next WeekThe

h: ting it off. Is It too late now? stew, and a cream puff. landings In the Marshalls, Ma- 1100-A11 Saints' ChapeL

A-Yen. Any decision of a VA Waitress! "Bowl of submarines, rianas and Western Carolines. closed commissary store will be 1000-Naval Hospital Chapel.

rating board unappealed within I camouflage a calf, and a custard He will return to NAS Minneapolis ington's Tuesday, Feb. 22, Wash- (NoU: Addresses: of 10 C to I

.ne year l J. final. But you may grenade. for'duty. Feb. 24 birthday for and Thursday, churches may be obtained) by
inventory. 425.I .
calling the Chaplain's Office,

I' -

17 February 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three e:

FAW-11, VC-62, Fasron Six, VF-31, VF-103 Report t

I Scouting FAW-ll Jacksonville !Iran Squadrons L f

,. , ....
Cockrum, AE2 Owen Miller ,
Lt. Gene Tenold, flight officer ; : ;: ;:;M"j':: "'':'.'. ,'::;:' '' ...:;: : ." :< :. :: ::" : ; '" ''
And coordinator AM3; John Meister, AD3; John ,j ; atL\,7, :::: :. ; Waking watch standers in the
inspections pack. '" : 'i'-: ", :
!" :" I' t' ,.'.,", .,,''" '' ...,,,, hour of 0300 and
Penkala, AT2, Richard Sarnoski : ', (,. : ":: ( .1 \ wee making an
ed up his family and belongingsthis \ \, : ...
week and tranferred to VP- AOAN; Richard Schmidt, AD3; ,: \ ', hourly security lour of the bar-

:34 in Trinidad, B. W. I. for duty. Eugene Spayd, AD3; "J" "D : <.I'J' 'J.h.\: \ : ; ; racks are just two of the many

It'll be party time for all hands Stewart, AE2; Richard Sweet, : ,; jobs of the barracks master-at-

AT2; Vincent Sprouls, AD3; Tho- arms.
tomorrow night from 2000-2400
mas Robinson, AN, and Richard The girls who hold this job usually
in Building 2, the civilian cafe.
Thomas, AT2. come fresh to Jax from recruit -
teria. Officers and men are bring. ;ft";"
The Squadron lost four old .ff, training command. They
ing wives and dates. Dinner will
*' ';: realize the definite
: ', f responsibilitywhen
hands when '
be served buffet style and a band Patrick Facey, AM3; ft ,11 'it discover themselve

will provide *music* *for dancing. Milford Lemicu,Kahler AK2:!; ,and P1I2 Donald; William Rad- *.,'". ,(J." :(11" :. ".,;":.,,;,,,,.. ,"{' I" I. .!..-, '. taking they charge of a much larger,

datz departed for separation last !' "I' job than the title MAA implies.IF .
VC-6-J :" '
A FIRE BREAKS out it is
1'r'I' f
had served in the i
Embarking today aboard the
to her to the 'alarm.A
: up spread .
USS Coral Sea for a week's qualification squadron A. nearly four years. Leonard ,; ( : ; :; girl on watch must be courteous .
Jones AM2; another
cruise 13 and
: are pilots friendly but firm. It isn'tthe
20 enlisted men from VC-62.:! Lt. veteran around Thirty-One, left easiest task for .
a seaman apprentice
Ed Jones Lt.jg( ) Custer Fasron Six. A new arrival was
George to tell a chief or first
Ltjg) Alex Sundstrom, and Lt. Robert Pruitt, AM3, who reported class to quiet down.
from Fasron Six.
Bob Burkhart of the Air Force, Girls who find themselves:
who will be taking out Banshees, 1'F-103 wearing a master-at-arms badgeare
VF-103 came out in first placein
will see the Coral Sea again when in for a hard threemonths'tour
they board her for an extended the recent Administrative and ON BEST BEHAVIOR ere are 7 of 13 men of Patrol Squadron or duty. The job .
cruise Personnel inspection of Air Group 18 sporting/ Good Conduct Medals they ,had just received ata require
Ten. This was the first such in. special ceremony. Left to right are: Gordon Drrrenbacher, AO2; a leader, so hats of to our present -
Lt.'s Robert Clark, Sherm spection for the Edward Edleback, ADS; Norman Chalupnik] P1I3; Kenneth Till and future MAA's.
Brent, Phil Dahlby, and Law- squadron since man, AKZ; Charles Freeman, AE3; Albert Galton, AE3, and Richard They're great! That's the only
returning from a recent Med
rence Warren will fly Cougars cruise aboard the Coral Sea. Rutherford, AO3. way to describe the singing of

aboard for refresher or qualification wick Adams, born. Feb. 6. Congratulations Wave Barracks 72.3's .musical

landing, while Lt.'s Kay Kyle Friday evening following the are extended to Lt. Service Bills trio. Under the direction of Lt.

Burna Levi, Claude Navarrette, inspection the squadron kept (jg) and Mrs. Frank Liberato on (jg) Rose Coleman Peg Law-

and Dave Williams will be make things at a fast pace by turningout I their new boy, Frank Timothy, lor, Barb Dcnton and Ella Ma

ing refresher landings in the in a big way for the All and to James A. Spence, AT3, and In CongressThe Lewis are really making a name

Banshee. Harry E. Southwick, Hands Party held at the Carri- wife who have a baby girl for the Waves at NAS, having
ADC, will be the group's lead. bean All hands agreed that it House Aimed Services Committee appeared at various programs

ing chief. was one of the best squadron St. Luke's Nurses' has not yet decided whether and luncheons in the Jax area.

VC-62's photo interpretationoffice parties they could remember. it will take up the military pay The trio went to Georgia this
Ensign Lawrence Holmes and Dance Saturday increase or the proposed Reserve
deserves a "well done" for week to perform as guests of the
it's past two month's work. During Ensign Gerald Riendeau reported Military personnel are invitedto plan as its first order of business Lions Club.

this period P. I. has turnedout aboard from Corpus Christi. attend a dance Saturday Feb. after hearings on extending the WANT TO GET A FORECASTon ;

over 380 square feet of photo A hearty welcome is also ex. 19 at 2000 at Cummar Hall of draft are completed. Once the the weather The place] to

mosaic maps. The pictures required tended to the following who have St. Luke's Hospital, located at pay bill is passed it appears likely contact is NAS Protestant Chap.
just reported aboard: Richard Ninth and Boulevard in Jacksonville that it will go into effect on the lain's Office.
to make]: these maps would No fooling-Chap.
span 4,560 feet if laid end-to-end.' English, AN, and Marshall Scott, first day of the month followingits lain Carpenter's assistant, Marion .\

Speaking o f congratulations, AN, from AEWRON 2 Det. A, The dance is sponsored by the enactment. Officials of the Rhodes, Acrographcr's: Mate third

the squadron's bowlers should be' Port Lyautey; Jeff Taylor, SIll, senior nurse class of the hospital DOD Interservlce pay committee class, can be of help in either

handed a few. They assumed the and C D. Nettles, BM1, from the and will be strictly informal. suggested that date, when naked spiritual or weather matters. Besides

role of giant killers last weekin Coral Sea (CVA-43)). Admission is 50 cents. by the committee. I. being a rated weather fore.

downing VP-18, 40. VP-18 Congratulations to new Skipper, Service Uf'J'I"Cf'r"; caster, Marion is also active in
held a better than two year win- Lcdr. R. S. Adams and wife on SOS The Defense Department has church affairs and is the founderand
their 9-lb. 8-oz.boy, William Ren- asked Congress to rt'pea.a] num.ber
ning streak on the lanes and was editor of the weekly chapel
expected to see another undefeated I of miscellaneous statutes relating oulletin "The Chapel Mouse."

season. I to the contents of the registers Hurray! The hospital Corps-

In station intramural basketball I published by tile various waves have found a home at last!
undefeat. services and enact one law that After .
VC-62's remained years of wandering between
ed by downing Fasron 109, 61.49, 9. ; would be applicable to nil. The Barracks 720, 722 and 723,

and edging past last week's third proposed bill authorizes the sec the Corpswaves have finally settled .

place team, VF-172, by a ,score of retaries of the military departments down on the Hospital com
4443. to have published, "annual] i pound

Four new men checked into the ly, or at such times as they may' Four Waves with their Wave
designate," official registers containing
squadron last week while four sponsors will be confirmed to
: the names of and pertinent -
more checked out. Arrivals were night in a ceremony held in St.
data relating] to regular and
James O Crompton, Jr., AE2; Edward's Chapel. Girls receivingthe
reserve officers of the respective
Harry L. Pentecost, AE2; JamesD. services. sacrament arc Mary Royster,

Boggs, AE2; and Richard Koh- WWII 01 Kill SN; Fay Haffele, SN; Ollie Sue

ler, Pill Rodney C. McGuire, Lee, SN, and Gloria 'Arvey, SN,
Sen. John Sparkman (D.-Ala.)
THAN; Allen A. Blom, AD3; Gilbert I all attached to NAS.
has introduced a bill (S.302)) that
S. Symington AD3 and
..A.B would extend the CI Loan Pro- same terms applying to 1'\31114.1\.
Maurice Young AMAN left for y
gram for WWII veterans until I I tlal housing. ,
the civilian ranks while Noah A.
July 25, 1960.( Under present lawIt Custom Free GlfU
Greer A03 re-enlisted for six
will expire July 25, 1957. The Another DOD legislative pro*

years. program provides for Government- posal requested permanent author.
guaranteed loans for homes, businesses ity for members of the Armed
Fasron Six ,*....;..U,, _..'. ..._.__ and farms. Another bill Forces< serving overseas to mail

Harry L. Sellards, YN1, and his INVENTORS-William Wilson, ADI, (left), and Henry Ma. (S.207)), introduced by Sen. Lister gifts valued at not more than $50,
wife Virginia greeted a 6-pound, son, AMI, show what their three-piece wrench looks like whenit
Hill (D.-Ala.), calls for farm housing into the U. S. and its territories
14 ounce girl last week. Her nameis Is assembled ready for use. This wrench is used to loosen the
"turbine rotor rear shaft attaching nut" of a J-65 jet engine to be guaranteed under the without paying custom duties or
Frances Lorraine. John Wagoner taxes. Present authorization for

AT3, and his wife Virginia Solve cuatom-fre gifts expires next
I Two EM Technicians 'Nutty'ProblemA July
greeted an 8 pound, 13 Vt ounce 1. In urging that Congress enact
girl, Karla Rae.
Bobby L. Bennett, AE3 and his I stubborn little nut in a J-65 AN ALL-OUT EFFORT by an enforced with heat treatment and DOD the necessary calls this privilege legislation, important the

wife Peggy Ann had a baby boy jet engine was well on its way entire five-man crew was neces- by welding support to them, but morale factor. AFPS an -
weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces, to becoming a champion wrench sary to free this little nut and to no avail. ).

named Steven Bradford. breaker in the jet shop of Fleet then it released its hold very, THREE DAYS AND fourteen a hexagon projection 0 n each

S I.I Aircraft Service Squadron Six, very grudgingly.When broken wrenches later, Wilson end, and a 8-foot piece of galva

vr-3i until two of the shop's technicians engine number three and Henry H. Mason, AMI, with- nized pipe. The two pieces of tool

Fifteen men from Fighter designed and built a three-piece was turned in to the Fasron, it drew from the conflict to review steel were heat treated to further

Squadron 31 were presented the wrench that quickly tamed it. was assigned to, the J.65 crew the situation. Obviously nothingthe strengthen them.

good conduct medal at a formal When the first J-65 jet engine headed by crew leader William Fasron now possessed could When Wilson inserted the

ceremony at NAS Cecil Field arrived at Fasron Six for a class H. Wilson, ADI. Knowing the! budge the stubborn little nut, so wrench in the nut, Mason and the

Friday. "C" overhaul, the technicians in difficult job that lay ahead of they decided to build somethingthat other three members of the crew

Leading the list of men who the jet shop soon found that they them, the crew mustered every would. grabbed hold of the pipe to apply

received the awards from Lt. had a difficult task.'The hardest, type of tool they could find in The two had shaped three the necessary leverage. In less

Bernard W. Timmer, executive mast time-consuming part of ser the Fasron that could possibly pieces of metal that could be than 15 minutes the nut, that had

officer, was Clifford S. Wheeler, vicing the J-65 engine was loos- help with the job. assembled into a very formidable so boldly defied them for more

ADI, who won his third award. ening the "turbine rotor rear Wrench after wrench was tried, wrench. It consisted of a flat rectangular than three days, was loose -the

Others receiving the citation shaft attaching nut". This nut had only to break without even dis- piece of tool steel witha cHampion wrench breaker had

were Frank R. Brewer, AOAN; to( be removed before the engine turbing the smug little nut. New hexagon hole cut in the center, lost the contest to the ingenuityof

Frank tBerberick, ATI; Raymond could be overhauled wrenches were obtained and re- a round piece of tool steel with Fasron SixI' :

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OF FICc s Confab On


: Disposal Of
r t s ,

Surplus Ends

i! The disposal and redistribution -

Calendar of government surplus

Feb 17 Family hour 1730- ; property is recognized as a

1830; Select bar drinks at reduced 7 "very vital" activity, it was

prices. { ', i t u pointed out here by fl. C.
Feb. 18-Happy hour 1630-1730 .Spenser, official of Sears-
Select bar drinks at reduced
Roebuck on loan to the Government -
prices. as staff director
Feb. 19-Dancing to the music Dis-
posal Division Office of
:+l the
nt Johnny Jelinek and his orchestra -
2106-0100. Secretary of Defense.
Spenser was one of the speakers
Feb. :20! Sandwich luncheonIn 0 A
at the first
s y gatheringof
the dining room 1100-1700; \ the
Property Disposal Confer-

Buffet dinner 17002030. J w i. .,...- "",< iIr ence which opened Monday at
Feb. 21 Club closed. TIME TO RELAX-Members of a rescue crew from Patrol Squadron 18 get out and stretch NAS, Jax. Some 100 military and
Feb. 22 Game night, calling their legs after escorting a crippled Navy attack bomber to a safe landing in choppy waters 200 civilian
starts promptly at 2030. Fun forl''Cr'onc. miles off St. Augustine. Left to right are: Robert Duvall AT3; Abner McCaskey, AT3; Ensign Marvin personnel were on hand
Prizes for Jeffries; Ward assclte. ADI; Ensign Edward Stewart, navigator; Donald Ball, AOl; Lcdr. for the third annual meeting,
many. ;Marshall Lloyd, co-pilot; Lt. (jg) Donald Cooper, pilot, and Donald Peters, ATS. sponsored by the Army and Navy
Feb. 23 "All you can eat for Departments.

a dollar." This week's special Safe Ocean 'Ditching'VPl8
A PLANNED, effective and continuous -
creamed chicken ala king or sausage Holiday Tuesday
program is gradually'be-

patties w/steamcd rice. The Bomber Aids Tuesday Feb. 22, George ing put into effect, but it is a
Dinners include vegetables, salad
Washington's Birthday, will be program involving both long and
coffee and desert.
observed as a legal holiday by short range aspects and cannot be
For The Ladies the Naval Air Station developed without time and patience -

Feb. 10 VW-4 wives' lunchton AJ-2 In DistressShedding Employees and military personnel I Mr. Spencer pointed out in

; VA-175 wives' luncheon. ], with the exception of I his talk. Surplus property in the

Feb. 23 ATG 201 wives' luncheon duty and maintenance sec- military services, he said, has

; VP-16 wives' luncheon; its usual "hunterKiller" side the freighter. tions, will be excused from much value in the commercial]

CVG-17 wives' luncheon.Feb. role, a patrol bomber Meanwhile, blinker signals from work. market and the "problem is to

24 VP-3 wives' luncheon from VP-18 used radar last the Neptune requested the frcightor reach for the broadest possible

week to distressedAJ2 to launch a lifeboat. markers.
a U. S. Britain Plan Pointing out that scrap and
Special Events The patrol plane banked over ,
attack bomber to a safe
salvage make up more than 50
This year, as in past years, the ocean ditching despite heavy the three men and dropped thema Missile RangeA per cent of surplus materials, Mr.
raft as they clambered out of
officers wives club is sponsoring
overcast. Spenser declared that this wouldbe
dancing lessons by the Arthur their rapidly sinking plane. 5,000-mile guided missile
cut down
Minutes after their attack plane as a more liberal
Murray Studio. Classes for beginners The Pleiades took the three range from Florida to Ascension demilitarizing
. skimmed in for a belly landing program govern-
and advanced students men aboard within 20 minutes Island in the Atlantic is being
200 miles east of St. Augustine, ment property went into effect.
will be held on Wednesday evenings the three survivors climbed after they had ditched.A planned by the United States and THE CONFERENCE got under

at 1945 weekly, and the destroyer, cruising in the Great Britain in
aboard a Liberian freighter. way Building 200 Monday with
tariff will be only $10 for ten Pick Up Message vicinity, met the freighter; and Expected to be the free world's greetings from Rear Adm. Thomas
lessons. There will be young ladies Lt. (jg) Donald Cooper, VP-10 brought the airmen back to San- longest missile range, the 5,000 Becknell, assistant chief of I
present to dance with' those ford. mile pathway already has a 1,000-
pilot, and his Neptune 'patrol Supply Management, Navy Bureau
who sign up as individuals. Pilot of the downed attack mile segment of the range alreadyin of
bomber were patrolling some 300 Supplies and Accounts;
bomber was Lcdr. H. U, Dewitt. This extends from
off use. Cape
miles coast when the radio Capt. S. Thach NAS Jax
His crewmen were Lt. (jg) O. W. Canaveral in Florida to Puerto
Lowe man picked up a distress mes- commanding officer, and Capt.
Capt. McGuire and R. A. McAnally, Rico and is used by the U. S. Norman Helfrich
sage. It came from a North Ame- NAS, Supply
AT!. Air, Force. -
rican Savage attack bomber. Officer.

Hospital CO, "Having engine trouble can't First day speakers also included -

see where to land. need help" Lcdr. R. E. Hazen, Director of
Leaves Post The three men were flying a mis- Petty Officer Group Takes Material Disposal Division, Navy

sion out of Sanford NAAS. A Bureau of Supplies and Accounts;

Cnpt. Edward S. Lowe, commanding thick haze lay over the water. Newcomers Over Shoals P. M. Summerville, Material Redistribution

Robert Duvall, AT3, radarmanOn I Division and William
officer of Naval Hospital Bearing a hand to teach and
the P V.5 Neptune, locatedthe understanding, these higherratedpetty Lawrence, Health Education and
Jacksonville, since June 1053) the future
encourage petty
Savage on his radar scope. officers do much towards Warfare department representative. -
was detached Monday, Feb. 14, When he scanned the ocean ahead officers at Aviation Ordnanceman furthering the aims of the ordnance .

and will go directly to Great with radar for the second time, School of NATTCenter, is a groupof school training program. Tuesday J. C. McBride, Officeof

Lakes, 111. to assume command of he located a freighter, the Liberian senior petty officers. "Steer 'Em Straight"As the Navy General Council

the U. S. Naval Hospital and Hospital ship Pleiades en route to Backed by experience of theNavy's one first class ordnanceman pointed out the legal aspects of

Corps School. Rotterdam, Netherlands fleets and squadrons, they expressed it: "We are the 'mambo' disposal and Wednesday B. J.

This will be Dr. Lowe's second Freighter Located are assigned to incoming groupsas outfit. Junior wants to go this Outman, Disposal Division, DOD,

tour of duty at the Great Lakes Pilot Cooper and his crew with, class advisors. They translatethe way, but he's out of line. Then brought out the relationship of

Naval Hospital, one of the Navy's the help of radar chaperoned the Navy's know-how to the non- junior wants to go that way Department of Defense scrap pro

largest From 1949 to 1951 he ailing bomber down through the rated students. Many times he's out of,line again. gram to scrap industry.

was Chief of Surgery there. His overcast to a safe landing along Blunt, forward-speaking, yet We're right in the bight of the .
dual is considered A pretty young Texan shocked
present duty a
high responsibility. ,.,.x........... ..w..w. line. We for try to "steer a steady her Boston-reared beau by draw
course junior.
ing on her started
His career in the Navy has beenan gloves as they
i Another first class spoke up: down the street on their first date.
eventful one, starting with the I
... S "We are a combination of nurse "Where I come from," chided
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
maids and Navy petty officers. the young man, "people would as
while aboard the USS San Francisco -
We take the newcomers over the soon her
anchored there In 1942, see a woman put on
rocks and shoals as well as we stockings in public as her gloves."
when he was senior medical officer "
can. "Where I from retorted
of the same ship, it engaged come ,
and silenced! an enemy battleshipat "Help The Young Guys" the young lady, "they'd rather

3,000 yards, suffering 15 ma- "Yeah," spoke up another, "but reveal a decided increase.

jor hits by 14-inoh artillery In the we can't wipe their noses for "Fewer Failures"

attack. Twenty-two per cent or them. Our job is to give our savvy "Fewer scholastic failures have

the ship's personnel were killeder and know-how to the young guy resulted since the inauguration of

wounded, with both the Admiral getting his first crack at a petty the Class advisor program, which

and ship's captain mortally wounded officer job. If we can put him shows the effectiveness of the

on the right course both as to his "
plan, Lt. Thomas -Deall, Training
In early 1944 Dr. Lowe was in 4 N ordnance knowledge and his military Officer of AOA( ) School

England, planning the medical aspects job, we figure he's going pointed out.

of the amphibious invasionof to be good at both." Not only were standards of

the Cherbourg Peninsula in Proof of the foregoing pointsof petty officers caliber raised but

France. As Staff Medical Officer view is shown by the surge in more interest was shown by the

he made the invasion, and later grades at Aviation Ordnanceman ordnance students themselves as

participated in the Invasions of School. Early in 1954, and during the difficult reefs of the course
the South of France. the Korean crisis
1 when there wasa The Navy's stan
were explained.
ADVISOR-Robert Backlnnd, AOl, (right,' .show Donald
Flnley, AA. gunsight used in patrol planes, at Aviation Ord- rapid turnover of Class A stu dards of petty I officers,, a$ a result -
SOS naaceraan Class A School' at NATTC nter. Baeklurd. H. class! dents fresh from Airman School; i of ,the, renewed interest, also' ;
..adviser' for ordnance training. ; marks were lower Later figures. had' been. raised.


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17 February 1955 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Pasron Six Specialists At WorkShop '

Services 500 Jet Engines A Year I

Dedicated to saYing time overhaul, it is sent to the Fas- which the squadron lists all grie-

and money, the Fleet Aircraft ron. There the faulty engine is vances against the engine) as a

Service Squadron Six jet shop swapped for one that has just guide, the crew first gives the

services more than 600 jet been given a class "C" overhaul.. engine a thorough inspection,
q4 engines a year for Fleet Air Thorough Inspection
for additional troubles
Jacksonville squadrons. Once turned in to the Fasron, checking

If an engine requires work beyond the engine is handed over to one and any Bureau of Aeronautics

the capabalitics of the of the jet shop's crews that spe- changes needed to bring the en-

squadron's maintenance depart- cializes in work on that type of gine up-to-date.

ment, but docs not need a major engine. Using the work sheet (on Then the task of giving the

I engine a class "C" overhaul be

.a gins. This job is made more difficult

r frequently by lack of necessary -

tools, shortage of parts, but
., the crews normally find a way to
1s } overcome obstacles and soon the
engine is ready for the test stand
:J9I .
abc ) ;, Engine "Conditioned"On

'SAFETYBox Credit Union Fasron Six's new test stand

the engine is subjected to every
Names OfficialsThe
Score condition it would encounter in

Jax Navy Federal Credit flight. Here the final adjustmentsare
Disabling Injuries Through made most of
Union has announced the resultsof fa >
Tuesday, Feb. 15 which concerns a proper tail pipe
the election of officials at the
This Month\ 0 temperature.From .
This Year 0 monthly meeting of the Board of the test stand the engine

Days Since Last Directors. returns to the jet shop where it

Lost-Time Accident 76 Joseph O'Connell of 0 & R was is given a final inspection and

elected president; Sam Whittington certified to be ready for issueto

Power Plant No.2, vice a squadron.The .
jot shop's work is super;
president; Cecil Acree, Comptroller's -
vised by Ltjg( ) William N. Perry.
Office treasurer and Jack
-- Fasron Six's power plants officer
Plew, 0,& R, clerk Evelyn Clarkof JET SHOP DUTY-An appropriate sign at the Fasron Six jet and Moody W. Gay, ADC, the jet
shop would be "Specialists At Work. That's exactly what the
NAS Cecil Field was named jet shop gives to 500 jet engines a 'ear-spedal attention. At shop chief.
SALTY HUMOR assistant clerk.President top left, George Weight, ADZ, (left) and Frank Spratlin, ADI,
HERE AND THERE O'Connell announcednew made adjustments on a J-34-WF-34 jet engine (used in Banshees)
after giving it a check-out on the test stand. Weight is checkingthe
committee appointments. for thermocouple harness for continuity while Spratlin trims Pay Bill Must
Doctor: "Your husband must the coming year and proposed the tail pipe for temperature. In the bottom photo a jet engine
have absolute q let. Here is a plans for improving office facili- Is getting a Class "C" overhaul. Vance Ruple, ADZ, (left) polishesthe Be Routed To
klceping powder." ties for the convenience of mem- compressor blades and Harry Terry, AN, (right)) torquesthe
Wife: "When do I give it to bers. progress fuel nozzles.of the overhauL Crew leader Webster Grewe, ADI, checks the Become Law .

him?" The Credit Union also announces Since the in the
Doctor: "You don't. You takeit appearance
4 yourself" new hours for conducting 3,172,870 In ServiceAs Air Wing 11 Jax Air News of the pro-
business. Office hours are 1100 increase i military
to 1630 Monday through: Friday. Of Dec. 31, 54 base many questions have
A small boy with a basket on Radio School pay
his arm got on the bus. An elderly There were 3,172,870 person- poured, into the editorial offices -

man called him to his seat, nel in the Armed Forces on Graduates 12 .
1 took the basket and put it on the so'sairs.VP Dec. 31, 1941. This figure rep- To answer these questions,
1 rack above their heads. resents a decrease of 59,154 Twelve apprentice radio opera here is the route the new pay

Later, the old man felt something from the November 30, 1954, tors from six Fleet Air Wing 11 bill must follow to become
I dripping on his head and combined strength of 3,232,024. squadrons earned diplomas Friday law, according to the Armed

j tc: said, "Son, your pickles must '''M'I'"- ;.I- -..,- -' > 1'TI.! Inductions and recruitmentof upon being graduated from Forces Press Service
I bo leaking out of your lunch bas- ( ..', i tM ta enlisted personnel of all the the Wing radio school. Dill introduced to Congresson

)ket." "Them ain't pickles," replied ,*:'< military services during Dec- Bernie Schallcnberg, AT3, from Jan. 20.
the boy. "Them's puppies." ember was estimated at 62,383 VP-34 at Trinidad, B. W. I. walked House Armed Services Sub-
: committee studies bill and
recruits and
"" new 19,981 re- off with the final exam honors
A floorwalker, tired of his Job, r. ', enlistments. scoring a 3.88. His mark ties with holds hearin s.Subcommittee.

gave it up and joined the police Recruiting figures exclude the, previous individual high reports find-
force. Later, a friend asked him t"j' members of Reserve compo- score. ings to full House Armed Services -

how he liked being a policeman."Well ', nents ordered to extended ac- John Coker, AT3, from VP-3 Committee.
," he replied, "the pay isn't : tive duty.You'll with a 3.87 score was runner-up. House Armed Services Com

too good and the hours are long, James Dial, AT3, ,from VP-45 at mittee reports findings to the
but the part I really like is that Coco Solo, Panama and Bernie House of Representatives, and
Pay For Certain submits recommendations.If .
the is !
customer always wrong Ellison, AT3, from VP-34, each
passed by House, bill then
scored a 3.86 mark.
"Are you the young man who Records, Paper WorkA I The only one of its kind on sent to Senate floor. If not,
Jumped in the river and saved my the Atlantic coast, the FAW-11 it is returned to committee.
son when he fell through the Ice?" list of fees for having cer- I radioman's school was establishedin When passed by Senate, bill

"Yes, ma'am." tain types of records work done August, 1952. Since then the goes to President for signa-

"Well, where are his mittens?" for servicemen on active duty has I school has turned out 155 quali- ture, thus becoming law.
I If passed into law the new
just been established. Set up by fied operators in 10 classes. These
Chief: "We're going to give the pay bill can become effectiveon
code blinker
men study typing
bride a shower." .. the Department of Defense, the and communications procedures.After one of two dates. First pay
Seaman: "Count me in I'll schedule became effective 0 n increase can be realized eitherat
graduation they serve as
bring the soap." Feb. 1. radiomen and aviation- electron- the beginning of the new
S fiscal year (July 1, 1955)), or
It means that a fee will be Icsmcn aboard FAW-11 patrol
A woman motorist was driving informa- the first month after the bill
imposed for furnishing bombers including P2V's, P5M'sand
along a country road when she > is enacted into law.
has been
3- tion that previously PBM's.Walter .
noticed a couple of repair men
furnished gratis. Lindsay, TEC, was in-
climbing a telephone'pole.. For example, an ex-serviceman structor of the class and was assisted -
that 1NiIoo I New Surgeon General
\\ atever doing
are they
LEASH ON LIFE-The kitten who loses his discharge certificate by Charles Halliwcll, SN,
for?" she said, turning to her isn't the only one who has will have to pay $1.50 to geta and Robert Frame, SN. The White House has nominated -

companion. "Surely my driving to be leashed up when buxom new one, or 50 cents more to Lt. Harry Roberts, Wing com- Rear Adm. Bartholomew W.
in't that bad" is around. But
Adelle August
it seems that some of Adelle's get a statement verifying, past munications officer, and Capt. Hogan to be Surgeon General of
neighbors out Hollywood way service. Other fees listed concern Edwin J, S. Young, Wing com- the Navy and Chief of the Bureau
Little Boy: "Mother, ate there became piqued with the cat for training and education, medical mander, head the school. of Medicine and Surgery. He succeeds
any liars in Heaven?" causing a disturbance and de- and dental, military service, and The next class will convene Rear Adm. Herbert Pugh
Mother: "Certainly not, John- manded she-the pet, not the
photography. Februray 28. (AFPS)
ny, where did you get such an girl-be put on a leash.

Idea?" .

thinking Johnny how: "Well lonesome, I was it must Just be Aviation Movie, 'We Saw It happen; Slated Monday At Building 612 | 1

there with only Cod and George
Washington." "We Saw It Happen", a his- All available officers and pilots data, including interviews and briefly in the movie. Capt Rich-
toric-scientific movie depictingthe are urged to see the movie which comments of such old pathfindersas ard O. Greene, Chief of Staff,

A woman worries about the future development of aviatipn, will begins with the flight of the Curtisand\ Martin, plus military Commander Fleet Air Jackson
until she pets a husband, be shown to officers anti 'pilots Wright Brothers"ortd takes in the djgnjtaries-! of World War II. ville was in charge of the photo

while 'A man never worries about at 1400 Monday at NAS Theatre, years of progress: of aviation. Capt. John S. Thach;; NAS Jax center when the film work ftart-

the future until he eels a ',\wife Building 612. The movie is full of interesting commanding officer, appears ed.

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With i Gordon Robbie j

Armed Forces athletes are

currently making strong bids; 3s

for places on the U nit e d h

States teams that will compete -

in the Pan American
Games at Mexico City, March .

12-26, and the 1956 Olympics s ..; Mittsmiths Begin Practice -

Service personnel have ahead

been selected for the U. S. pistol-

rifle shooting, two-man rowing 'p_ ii.
For 6ND
and equestrian teams. Others, i Ring TourneyWith

from' the services, are vicing: for

berths on 12 of 17 other teams to one Golden Gloves Open Division champion and a a

Le selected. single Novice titlist emerging from the Jacksonville GG

The Pan-American r\rnt areWestern event last week, Jax Navy boxing coach Cliff Dauplianis is

a lIf'lml"llhprc."annup now prepping his scrappers for the Sixth Naval District

for the quadrennial Olympics, Tournament slated for Green Cove Springs, Mar. 14-16.

"et for 10.r in Australia Italy ---....F.f.-. ---.---.---- _______no_...... Jax Navy's Open title-holder is !! you consider that Jax Navy had*
and Sweden.Incieaused Ken Thomas, husky Marine from
to be rebuilt from scratch, thereis
military participationIn GG CHAMPS Jax Navy Aviation Electrician's School. lie every reason to feel proud of .
the international sports events snared one title in both Open came through with the heavy-
handled them-
and Novice Divisions of last the way the boys
Is in keeping; with directives of week's Jax Golden Gloves BoxIng .1 weight crown in last wek's 12th selves."
Defanse Secretary pharles E Wll- Tourney. Ken Thomas, I annual Golden Gloves Tourney. -'
Fleet and shore based
eon (upper left), Open Heavy ,, Francis Roman, 175pounderfrom ,
weight champion, is congratulated at NAS Jax, NATTCenter and
Aviation Ordnanceman
Service athletes selected for the by team coach Cliff Dau ( : ComFair Jax units are eligibleto
U. S. teams will be under the control phanis. Right 175-pound Fran- 1 School was the other winner. compete for Jax Navy in the
cis Roman captured that weight Roman took the Novice class
of the U. S. Olympic Committee. District event Pensacola Navy in
class in Novice competition. : I title for his weight.
They're made available to the % .
lie was also awarded the out- ) defending champion.
committee at no expense to the standing boxer award in his 1 a4uY 3zYwo ? <' It was the second straight year >
Bervices division. that Jax Navy had an outstanding

;.x) 4ts. boxer award. Last year, Mar- Marine Five

At present, an All-Star service Crackerjax Seek 4a : ..aIy cus Botas, 118-pound Marine

basketball team is training I at Golden Glover, was the recipient Snares CageInvitational

Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, under in the Open Division.

the guidance of the Air Force State AAU CageChampionship Thomas will take part in the

Eastern Championships at New
Top ttwImmerH and divers ofall
York next month. Prior to
the services are being trained Y''fcR txc' City Monopolizing the rebound bat.
c this however he will with
l>y the Navy at Treasure Island i y I go tie, the NATTCenter Marines .
a't t the Jacksonville Recreation Department -
Naval Base, Calif. Seeking the Florida State Women's squad to Camp Stewart, swept to easy victory in the :Fer-
trackQnd a nandina Beach Invitational Bas-
The Army IPI I handling
AAU basketball crown, the Ga. for further training and con-
field tryouts, at Walter Ileed ketball Tourney last weekend.A .
Jax Navy Cracker j ax, with a 23-3 v* ditioning.In .
Army Medical Center, Washington 94-73 win over Glynco NASin
slate, will take part in the 10 preparing for
II. C. the finals followed a 78-60(
team tourney tomorrow and Sat Naval District meet, coach Dau-
All of the services are now In victory over ZP-2
urday at the Lee and Jackson phanis has sent a call for men

the process of choosing athletes High School gyms. > Y in all weight clases. Hot-Cold Contrast
who will try out for the U S. Commenting on the Golden Don Hockenberry led the Ma-
Teams opposing the Crackerjax .
teams in boxing, wrestling, fenc- a' Gloves, Dauphanis said, "When rines in the final game, scoring
l include: Bailes-Sey, Pepsi-Cola,,
ing? rowing, gymnastics, cycling, 34 points against Glynco, In contrast -
Prudential, Gulf Life, all of Jacksonville -
baseball and sheet ahooting'Servicemen with the cold temperaturein
St. Regis Paper Co, St.
are also training at ; Fliers Stay Mired; the gym, the Marines were
Petersburg All Stars, both of St,
the individual service level for billets the hottest they've been all year
Pete; Orlando Rebels and Gainesville
on the U. S. tobagganing, ski- MVP To Williams

Ing, speed (skating and ice hockey All-Stars. Lose To CitadelJax Williams won the outstanding .
The Crackerjax won games 22
teams which will not compete at player trophy. Sendck, Hocken-
Mexico City, but arc prepping for and 23 last weekend when they berry and Williams were selectedfor
cracked down the Eglin AFB
the Olympic Games. on in basketball with berths on the Tourney All-
Wafs 51-33 and 54N-36. Navy ran out of troops a game
The directives by Sec. Wilson, The Citadel at Charleston, S. C. last Friday, dropping an Star team, coached by the Ma

Hot only approving but urging, Regular LineupAll I 86-80( decision to the Bulldogs.The rines' Carl Mitchell
hands given a chancein I .
s e r v i r e participation in these were four wheels of the Fliers'
stilts from both and some startling at half-time was the final differ
knocks the un games
Dick Tate Junior
turned in by Willa cage in scoring. Each club Ted Ledwick
der any thoughts folks might have scoring was Cassell Jack Wofford and John ence record-I
that heads of services} favor disbanding Edwards and Jean Larson, who ed 38 points in the final -
the in the
Wagoner, all left game
organized athletics usually occupy guard slots. late stages with five personals. The loss was the sixth in a row Paces NATTCKeg

Coach Jack Lucovsky expects Wofford, 6-5 center, followed for Jax Navy and 11th out of the

RACKIIOAKI) BANTER! He to start a tournament lineup of Wagoner and Cassell at 8:30: in RaceSending

didn't' win anyone's MVP award, Pat and Gerri Gorsky and Norma the second half. Tate went out Fliers' Weekly

but VF-103's Dick Finnecy hooped Fleming at forwards, Shirley De- at the 4:00: mark. At 5:30: Jax pins crashing right and

eIght out of eight free throws in Lavergne at center, and guards Navy was leading, 74-71 Hardwood SlateParris left last week, Ted Ledwick of

the recent ComFair Jax basketball Dev Bistodeau and Willa Edwardsfor Tate Buckets 23 Island, No. Two ser Aviation Electricians Mate School

tourney tomorrow's opening tilt. The Bulldogs got revenge fora vice quintet on the East Coast, Class B took over the top spot

The 1*. I. Marines ban landed Service Champions 94-90 licking handed them by Invades Malnslde gym tonight in the NATTCenter Bowling League -

to have' the situation he has his trio Both clubs .
and expert For reserves, the Fliers, Dec. 17. to face the home-standing Jax

well In hand when they oppose of half-pints, Larson, Zeke Zaninl are having sour years. Navy Fliers His individual game of 20$

Jax: Navy tonight News and Jan Gaudette. Also, Pat Harvey Al White paced The Citadel The Leathernecks a.re.led bya matched that of Ed Clegg of Aviation

from the Island has always been Pat Czulcwicz, Jewell Gunn, with 17 points, followed by Bud bunch of ex-pro and collegiate Ordnanceman SchooL He

helpful, thanks to a hard-work Anne Simmons and Dianne Fitzpatrick Sparling and Dick Harmening, stars. came up also with high series

ing, well-manned sports publicity each with 16. Tonight-Parria! Island of 567 and high individual aver-

staff The Crackerjax are set to face High scorer, though, was the Tomorrow-FU State U. age with a 162.

0. G. Crisp of Biixham, England the Women Marines of Camp Le Fliers' Tate, with 23 markers. "B1 AOB) School is leading thehighgame

went empty-handed for hours jeune, Feb. 26-27. Wins over the Cassell, other high-scoring for- Feb. 24-Fort Jackson for teams with an 895

recently while two companions on Lejeune outfit will give the locals ward, followed with 19. All home games start at while Airman Preparatory School

a fishing trip hauled in catches claim to the Eastern women's Record Plunges 2015 in Malnslde gym, Building has high series with a 2382, fend

right and left. service basketball title. A 48-42 margin by the Bulldogs Three. high team average with 756.
Ai the- party upped anchor to Last week's results:

row home, an 11-pound pollock last 12 games The season recordis NAWS School 3, Supply 1; AO

Jumped at a fly,. cleared the boat II Golfers To Aid Dimes DriveThe II now 718. ([A) School 3, AK School 1; AE

And fell at Crisp's feet It was Last Thursday at Mainside gym,, ((A) School 3; Training Facilities

the day's biggest catch. Pensacola got win No. Two of 1 L; AEB) School 4, Marines 0;
Fleet meets the Shorein wards the MOD drive. Interested
I the year over Jax Navy, 87-67 AN (P) School 4, Special Ser-
The JAX Nary Crackerjax have a March of Dimes benefit personnel should sign up Sam Williams, In the game only /ices-First Lieutenant 0; AO (B)
shack.Qualifying .
Women Marines of at the golf
challenged gob tournament at the station briefly, led the Goshawks with School 4, Waves 0.
Camp Lejeune, undefeated for the is still on for
A letter was sent links, Feb. 22. places with the Jax Navy varsity 14 points. STANDINGSw.
last five years. NO END: TO THIS! w.. LMt &....
this week to Camp Lejeune requesting IT'LL BE A one-day event gob! team. The 36-hole .The Citadel ) 22 2 ..756tOA. \
With first participants due to should end Feb. 28. McDonald 15 F 23 Tale *> 4 .713
a series, either at Goet- trials Ilaana 0 : 7 DalySplvey 1KB U 5 ..71SUB
tge Memorial Field House at the tee off at 0900. Losers will pay IN A TEAM match last I 1 t Is Cassel 1(" 6 .7V
. Rubin 11 C i Wofford19 MAWS 15 9 .700
North Carolina camp, or here at for refreshments.A weekend Jax Navy defeated Hancock g 9 Wagoner IKA 12 12 .6M

MAS. small entry fee will be Cecil Field 2044-6%. Lou Sparling WhIte 11 G 9 2 Sheets Kldd AKA 11 R Li IT ..673&ADFAC I2

charged. All that over and Brozo and Lew Chaff of the Jlarmenlnc 16 G U Harris 7 :
6 1* -62
ilU.on 0 Go 0 GlIdden 3 tPKC'SERV
SOS above expenses will go to winners tied with 75. ;SUPPLY 4 30 ..67"s tVAVKS
Totals 8C 8J : 21 .603

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STRIKES Navy Again


SPLITS ; ilt' Cage TourneyFor

Bowlers in N A S intramural

continued to bang the the second straight year,
leagues on '' N !R'i: 1srs.
i' nr
door of the 200 Club with eight i Sax Navy baa been designated boat

keclers gaining admission I for the Sixth Naval District Baa-
e ketball Tournament to be held

Jim Houck, VF-172, blasted 222 March 7-il.

pins to lead the parade last week TilE DOUBLE elimination tour
ney Is expected to draw a size
It was the first time in the Club
for Houck. able field of top quintets repre.
stinting units in the Sixth Naval
Other newcomers were: Forne-
District.No .
sek of VW-4 with 204, and Hospital's -
entries have been received to
Ed Cypher 205.
date, but such clubs as PensacoU

Navy, Memphis NAS, Charlestonand ]
Guy Carroll VA-175 ace, en.
Jax Navy should be on hand.
tered for the third time getting
AU games will be held at Main-
201 pins in a match with VC-62.
side .
Entering for the second time r
TOURNAMENT will beheld
were: Jim Hinkle, FAW-11 cap.
much the same as previous
tain, 207; R. D. Whitlock Hospital -
TillS AIN'T NO MAMBO SESSION-No, these hipsters aren't dieting the latest dance craze meets, with the winner advancingto
201; Art Feller VC-62, 203,I In fact, they're not even doing a square dance. Hut rather, this is a little mixed-tip action in the the Southeastern Conference
and Jim Knudsen VP-18, 212 crazy game of basketball. Everyone wants to get Into the act with 11 men In the photo. One in event at Orange, Tex
striped shirt I is the referee 1'he game was a contest between VW-4 and VA-175 played recently
in the Malnside intramural circuit, won by VW-4, 55-53. Identifiable players are VW-4's Tom The Fliers are defending cham
VP-18 Bowlers King ((3)), Phil Drennan (5)) and Mike Lee ((6)), No. 4 for VA-175 is Dick comber pions. Only two men remain from
-- --- last year's five, however which

Match But finished with a 26.10 mark
Drop YC-62Tips VF-172 TWO-BIT CLUBFive .

Hold ML MarginVC62 men found admittanceto NAZI"I1CenEer

the Two-Bit Club last week

waxing hot and cold In NAS Cage TiltIt two of them for the second Cage LeagueIn

throughout the NAS intramural time.

bowling season hung a 4-0 defeat was almost, but not quite, for VF-172's Blue Holts in
on National League-leading an attempt to pin a setback on VC-62) in the NAS intramural Tom Nofs big VF-172 pivot. Third! WeekNaval

VP-18 last week I I basketball league last week. man, tossed 1 in :50 points Air Weapons SystemS

Art Feller and George Oakes I Undefeated VC-62, keeping i against Supply to lead the way <'hool, led by Jim Littleton and
win of the year by downing weak
with 535 and 503 series led the pace with VP-18 in the leaguerace sister Supply 55-54. Rinehart and He also had two 26 point performances Ed Larson, remained in a tie for

winners. Three men hit over the I squeaked by VF-172, 4443. Kerfoot led the winners with 21 last week. the NATTC intramural basketball -
500 mark for VP18. A of league lead with Aviation
one-two punch Whitcy and 14 points respectively.In Also entering were Jim
Jim Knudsen with 505 Bill ley and Don Blocbaum proved Drcnth Fasron: Six 25, and Ordnanceman School as a resultof

Severage with 512 and Carl Edolo the difference. another fray FAETU notch I Dick Powers, }FAETU 29, each a pair of victories lost week
ed a 70-60 win over VW-4 as Dick
504, couldn't offset a determined Big Tom Nofs VF172 center, Powers hit for 29 markers. Later for the second time. And, Ed THE TWO leaders were sche.

VC-62 attack. bucketed 26 points. Bensley and } 6462. Draught, FAETU 25, and Phil duled to meet last night as the
Operations tripped FAETU
Carroll Paces VA-175 i iVW4 Bloebaum came up with 11 points KTAMHNUS Drennan VW-4, 26. third round of play opened this
reared up from the Tram W T, IVt. week.
I apiece. V1M8 ...... ...... .. ....... 8 I 0 1.000 HOSTKK!
... ..... ....
of wins Nof.. Vr-lM > 2a Littleton
depths, posting a pair 3.1 I T. AO.II. scored 40 points the
League followers are eyeingthe VC62 ?.._. ....... ................ 6 0 JOUO Kuhu \ IMS ....... ......... .... S3, 27, 21 as
over Fasron 109 and VF172. Fornesek's VP-18-VC-62 in vsvi73 ... .. .................6 2 ,r clash the
SI _............._. I 5>> 2 ,"14Facrim
on *
.... .... .,,_... 27, 'it
585 led the 'Canes in the hear future in a contest postponed lug ................_... :3 3 ,(;;:JSVA175 : mth hy ,HoNplUI Fairoa Mi ........_ 20, 23 vices First Lieutenant, 73-49. Mil.
..... ......... .......__ ..571lloftpltul ?
.4 :.1 ........ "
first match. J-.ninf; 1'ntrun" MX 9 I ton Jackson tallied 12 for the
from last week. Doth ?..................,,?.,.,? 3 3 ,fVK, ) TrniU E..ron 109 Guy Carroll, with a 562 paced clubs should boast unbeaten VW-4 .........M... ............. .3 5 .375 w'eInhold VA-1J4 ?_M...... :2(1( winners and Bob Pipkin counted
.. ...
VA-175 to a 3.1 victory over skeins at gametlme.VF172 VI'.J6 Supply .. :::::::::::::::::.?._= 1.1 2 5 :,375 XttfMMMtlonS llnrl J1u.nao! ,.om,"'1"V-4('-02. _.....?.............. 2SIUII '-'6 22 for the Louies. The Missiles
VC-62. Feller's. :501> was best for _..............._ 2 5 ..WBFAKTU "Supply' .... ........... ... Ml also topped Airman PreparatorySchool
had better ]luck in two ... ... .. .... ..._ 2 8 ;:arI'ersonnrl" .o r oth(, FAhrU; :21Glassy
the losers. ) .._ 1 6 .111: 42.28.AVIATION.
other tilts last week. Tom Nofs
Communication .. ... 1 1 U'5::
In the American League, Spe -- _. Storekeepers, third
hit a new scoring high for the -
cial Services regained top spot season'with 50 points as his mates I place team, took the measure of

with a pair of shutouts over bested Supply 8138. Sanford Snags the Louies with a fourth quarter

FAETU and Hospital. Jim Groo The Blue Bolls earlier had tip I rally that gave them a 61-55 vic

ver and Bob Page stood out for ped VA-173!), 5047. Tom Nofs Tory Zeke Ruane led the winnersin

the loop leaders. scored 26 to pace the win Jack i ComFair. Crown scoring.
Cage Other results
Supply Bests Cougars :
Fox: got 19 markers for the
FAW-11 aided by Jim Hinkle's Attack Squadron quintet. Airman School 54, Training Facilities .
blanked ComFair Bob I I I Powerful Sanford CFAI) cut down the 51 AKA School
556 Jax. Gil Tenda with 19 points ]led methodically op- ; ) :58, AE
Robinson's 536 was the big noiseas Fasron 109 to a 5948'ictory position to snare the Com Fair Jax basketball championship (A) School 55; Marines 68 Special -

Personnel tipped Hospital 31. over Hospital. Bob fahy was best I last; week at Mainside gym 1 Services 66; AOA) School
Supply got back on the right Paced Richie Berg I 74, Training Facilities 58 Marines
for the losers with 16 points. I by big guns, cials called the Moat Valuable l l ;
track posting a 3.1 win over the Fasron Six chalked up two and Jim Castano, Sanford a pre. Player of the three-day event finished 35, Training Facilities 20.

VF-43 Cougars while Electronics wins, a 69-48 decision over tourney favorite, piled up anamazing1 with 70 points in three con- .
blanked Communications. I 98-pointa per game av
VW-4 and a 58-34 victory over te ts.
Also VF-43's Falcons drubbed Communications. erage. Conch Get Conked Rods andNimrods

VF-172 3.1. and Fasron Six drew I Communications earned its first!j Berg, whom coached and offi- The Sea Fads confidently I
a with J
split VF173.
worked their into the finals
., .. way (This
column It devoted to
eliminating VF-32, 110 65, and
Large Orowd'Sees VF-62, 96-37, along the rout. outdoor life and the host of

Key West-baaed VX-1 met San- hunting and fishing enthusiasts
Marine Fislic ShowTwo ..a : '*,
ford In the finals after scoring a aboard the station or attached

technical knockouts highlighted tournament upset in the semifinalround. to neighboring facilities)
the Marines' inter-com .
pany boxing smoker in King Hall Earlier VX-1 had defeated Vp. Lcdr. II. F. Johnson of Corn-

last Thursday before a crowd of 18 in a mild upset It was neck- Fair Jax Staff and John Tur-

500. s and-neck moat of the way, with beville, 0 & R, managed to boat

Company 03 edged Company Key West holding a 37.36 halftime I I nine red bass and one shellcrac-

01, six bouts to four, during the advantage I ker in spite of the severe cold

night. Billie Burton of 03 TKO'd Y f. VP-18's big gun Hal! Kuhn, went winds last weekend.

Gyles Burzenak in 58 seconds of y out on personals] at 5:05: of the *
the second round. second half with his club three They were fishing in the Wau-

Robert Keen, 03 scrapper spil- point in arrears. causassee River, near the Gulf of

led Ira Christy at 1:32: of the Represent ComFairJaxVX1 : Mexico.
second stanza. Ken Thomasand gained a win in the open. R P. Feagle 0 & R, caught

George Culbreth acted as seconds er, also by an 80-69 score over 18 speckled perch while fishing
VF103. alone at Black Creek last
while Cliff Dauphanis refereed.
VP-15 got past the opening .
T round with an 85-40 victory over Best times for fishing this

WEEKEND TIDE VF31. Kuhn had 21 point, while weekend are as follows:

Low teammate Herb Hendet on ported Saturday 0900 to 1300 and
High 16. 1545 to 1830.Sunday .
A.M. P.M A.M P.M
VF-31 32, 103 and 62 art based 0630 to 0830; 1000to
Frl. 4:43: 5:03: 10:54::) 10:57
at Cecil Field while VP-18 if an 1400 and 1630 to 1830.
of the Sanford
Sat. 5:34: 5:53: 11:39: 11:45: "WELL DONE"-Jlm Castano player-coach
Sun. 6:20: 6:38: .......12:21: CFAD Sea Fads basketball quintet receives the 1955 ComFalrJax NAS Jax unit.Sanford's -Bob Broad
Basketball Championship trophy from Lt. David A. Barksdale, Sea Fads will represent (News for this column CAB te
ComFairJax Public Information officer. Sanford defeated VX-1 "
-- Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville submitted through Bob Brown,
in the finals of last week's tourney at Mainside'
Gf Key West gym
SOS The Sea Fads will represent Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville in the Air Lant Tourney extension 525, Accessories Division {
in the AlrLant tourney starting !Monday at Norfolk. next week. OAR.)

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 17 February 1955

miID1lD! New Publications

Program To Cut
(Items offering! for sale art!-

ties of property such as washing

machines, cars, furniture, radios,! DuplicationIn

clothing, and the like are prohibited
rA \ conjunction with the current -
by Defense Department nr.I ,
Navy-wide program for the
I ulations. This column will, how elimination of duplicate forms and

: ever, list such services as available associated paper work, the Com

housing! rides wanted, lost N mander Naval Air Bases 6th Naval

and found articles, and other simIlar R District, NAS Jacksonville, has

notices. Ads are taken Fri inaugurated a Publications Man

days ajid Mondays only at NAS S. agement Program designed to

extensions 216 and 8164)) : eliminate duplicate production of
\ FOR RENT printing and office duplicating.

2 bdrm furn apt. $50, 1218 Chal- This program has resulted in

i len, Ev-90291, Hanks. IS consolidation and elimination, of

2 bdrm turn apt, $70, avail 23 approximately 1,800 forms and in

Feb, 4221 Longfellow, Ev91485. fl- standardization of forms and piocodurcs -
4 rm furn apt, 5687 Aqua, Ev- .a within all activities of

96092. ComNabSix and supported fleet

3 bdrm unfurn house, $75, near aviation units of ComFairJax. Activities -

Normandy Drive-In, Ev-82285. DECIDE TO STAY-At the point of being discharged: from active duty, these men, like many participating in this pro
Furn gar apt, $60, 2732 Lydia, Ev- others, decided that the Navy was a pretty good career after all. Shipping over for another six. gram are the Naval Air Station'
95703, Harford. year hitch are (left to right), George Schreiber, AD3, attached to 0 & R; Roy Dillon, AM3, of and their supported fleet avia-
1504 Shore Patrol; John Rumbley, AR3, attached to NAS Operations, and Francis Pendleton, CD3, also
Furn rms, home priv, gar: tion units located at Jacksonville
of Operations. Comdr. John N. Myers, NAS Jax executive officer, swears the four in.
Osceola, Ev-76477, Myers. Cecil Field, Key West, Sanford
8 rm bung, unfurn, 1218 Rensse- and the Marine Corps Air Sta
laer, El-46651, McLeod.: You Will Find That State tion, Miami, Florida.

4 rm unfurn apt, $75, 3684 lIed TilE BRANCH Publications and

rick, Avondale, Ev-90766. Printing Office conducted a preliminary -

5 rm apt, $95, 3105 Riverside, El- Income Tax Statutes Vary survey of forma used by
55398. two or more activities within the

Efficiency apt, 578 Bishopsgatc command and the fleet units. Approximately -
Lane, Bechea. (This U the third in a series' of articles on state Income tax) 2,500 forms were reviewed -

3 rm furn apt, 528 Clinton Drive, New York (AITS)-Following is a continuation of the listingof (Personnel are invited to visit and of this total 136 forms

Orange Park, 112-84702. states which have income tax laws and how they affect membersof the USO Servicemen's Club at were recommended to the board

'; 2 rm furn apt, $65, 828 Ingleside, the Armed Forces: 37 West Monroe\ Street. The Clubis for general use. Of the 136 forma!

I Murray Hill, Ev-99643. Han alt-Compensation received after termination of the national open from 0930 to 2330 daily) .proposed, 100 were accepted. A r
5 rm furn apt, 852 St. Clair, Ev- for in the Aimed ForcesIs catalogue of these forms is being
service emergency, or termination of mil Thursday, Feb. 17 Surprise
and the forms will be
l 83992. published
excluded from gross income. On Itary service, whichever Is earlier. night; Dancing to records.
I rm furn cottage, $60, 112 Third other gross income, the territory produced in bulk and stocked for
!State allows $20 credit from tax
Feb. 18 1730 Cafe
1 Ave North, Jax Beach, Ex-80- Friday, ready issue.Piintlng .
allows of
exemption $1,000 If single -
if single, $40 if married, and $10 Italiano spaghetti supper; 2000 estimatedto
1 836. savings are
$2,000 married and $200 for
for each dependent.I.oulollUlaMembel's.
4 rm partly furn house, $45, 5523 each dependent. Members of Dancing to records. be $12,000 per year. This does

, Carder, Ev-88761, Simpson. I Armed Forces may defer paying of : of Armed Saturday, Feb. 19-Open house not include the savings in elimination

I I rm furn gar apt, $50, 2636 Myra, non-service pay tax until not later Forces on sea: or foreign duty and from 1400 to 2400; Birthday Dance of duplicate production in the

Ev-72763, Cowart. than six months after discharge if former POWs may defer'paymentof 2000, music by NAS JumpingJaxs. various l units of the activities,

I bdrm unfur house, 4526 Blount, ability to pay is impaired by rea- income tax until the 15th dayof which is estimated to far exceed

, Ev-77388. son of service the fifth month following returnto Sunday, Feb. 20 1000 Free the above figure. Further savings

J fun apt, util furn. 2604 Post, ZI. State allows personal exemptions coffee, then off to church with are realized in reduction in paperwork
Idaho Idaho servicemen exempt of $2,500 it single, $5,000if
Bray junior hostesses; 1730 Communitysing procurement, obligationsand
if serving outside the state. married and for each de-
record keeping, standardizedoffice
1 rm fur napt, $55, 3659 Riverside vespers, refreshments cour-
However, if Idaho Armed Forces pendent.
and in
, Strickland. tesy of Riverside Presbyterian procedures having
' members have outside income de- of active available forms for issue.
" FOR SALE I l\fl1rJ'll1l1d-IMO duty Church; 2000 Movie "Thunder ready
rived from Investments, dividends,
:5 I bdrm house, kit equip, low pay excluded from gross income Bay". CAI'T. JOHN S. TIIACII, Com-
business and the like they are :
i equity, Murray Hill, 4648 Cres- Beginning calendar year 1951. mander Naval Air Bases 6ND, di-
Monday Feb. 21 Ping
subject to state income tax. pong
cent, NAS ext 8583, Gailey. State allow personal exemptionsof tected the establishment of Publi
instructions with Frank Puskas
J 2 bdrm home, Lake Shore, 5334 Servicemen falling in this cate- $1,000 if single, $2,000 if mar- ; I cation Control Board to include
Fencing with Don Oakes Skating
who are serving outside the ried and for each ;
Appleton Ave, Ev-9744, John- gory $600 dependent. : representative of all activities of
t) U. S. may defer filing returns and Substantially follows federal lawson a-t Skateland, reduced rates; ComNabSix and a representativeof

} son.MISCELLANEOUS paying taxes until six months aft deferments for servicemen. Bowling ComFairJax. Comdr Walter

\ Riders wanted from Ortega to er discharge. State allows $700 I Massachusetts-No exemptionson Tuesday, Feb. 22 Game G. Winslow, Chief Staff Officer,

\ Magneto Shop, NAS ext 6348 exemption If single; $1,500 if mar- service pay. State allows per night; Dancing instructions. ComNabSix heads the board. Activity -

, or Ev-88936, Culver. ried, and $200 for each dependent.Also sonal exemptions of $2,000 for tax Wednesday, Feb. 23 Orchestra representatives Include \

':, Ride wanted from Riverside Ave allowed is $5 credit! from taxfor payer, $500 for spouse and $400 for dance with NATTCenter Ser- Comdr. T. L. Conder, Jr., ComFairJax
each dependent in addition to each enaders. Wendell Patrick and Helen
0800 to 1600, NAS ext 737, ;
"r Ryan. exemption. i 4.0Appropriate Styron, NAS Jax; Lcdr. H. S.

", Rider wanted from vicinity College InlIana-All active service pay MDB Payments Due MonickerThe Holt and Mary May, NAS Cecil

and Stockton to NAS, 0730 exempt. Members of Armed Forces .I Field; Comdr. R. H. Rice, and ]f.
Members of the mutual death Navy has chosen appropriate -
to 1600, 2844 Cherokee Circle may defer filing returns and pay- E. McDonald NAS Key West; Lcdr.
\ society are reminded that
S W., NAS ext. 8244 or Ev-81433 ing tax on non-military Income until ments on assessments No. 44 pay and names for the four WWII R. A Vehorn and John Brown,
after 1700, Hare. six months after termination of Liberty ships converted to sea- NAAS Sanford; Lt. Col. R. J. Shel-!
I 45 are due between Feb. 16 and
\ Riders wanted to Oklahoma on or hostilities in Korea, or discharge, March 3. going radar stations. The vessels ley and Pat H. Ward, MCAS, Miami

" about Feb. 26, Charvat, NAS whichever Is earlier. A personal will be called: Guardian, Look ; :Maj. Adj. Pat II. Mucciaccio,
" exemption of $1,000 is allowed for M.A.W.-3 MCAS, Miami William
ext 21C.Driving out, Skywatcher, and Searcher. ;
j to Amarillo, Texas, Feb. each taxpayer. SOS I (AFPS) Clasgow, Branch Publications,

,I 22. Can take one rider. Sgt Iowa-$2,000 active service payis Printing Office, 6nd NAS Jax and

} Ficklin, El-67754. excluded from gross income until Walter F. Hamilton, Resident District

Dec. 31, 1954.: Deferment granted Records Management Officer -

I members of Armed Forces out- ,
MOVIESThursday side continental United States until zF This is the first step in the pro

90 days after return. State allows gram. Further analysts will be
Feb 17 $15 credit from tax if single, N made on all printed and duplicated

Mainside Pirates of Tripoli: $30 if married and $7.50 for each tM a forms in use in the area and all

Paul Henrcid, Patricia Medina. dependent forms used by two or more activities -

NATTC Treasure of Ruby Kansas $1,500 active service will be included in the

Hills: Zachary Scott, Carole Ma- pay is excluded from gross income catalogue and will be stocked

thews. until the termination of present eo .

Hospital Unchained: Elroy world crisis: as determined by the '1

Hirsch, Barbara: Hale executive council of the state. De- DiscloseContinued
Friday, Feb. 18 ferment granted Armed' Forces ,\G
,. ( from Page 1))
Mainside Terror on a Train:
members for filing returns andpaying ;
1955-591,000. 1956-584,000.
Glenn Ford, Anne Vernon. ,.')1'
taxes until one year ,after a "
NATTC Pirates of Tripoli a Academy midshipmen and avi-
: discharge or one year after end ',4i
ation cadets are in addition to
Paul Ilenreid, Patricia Medina.
of present world, crisis, whichever
Hospital Treasure of Ruby is earlier.. State allows personal these totals.

Hills: Zachary Scott, Carole Mathews exemptions of $600 for taxpayer, Marine Corps: Officers: Dec.,31,

$600 for spouse and $600 for each 1954-18,455. June 30, 1955-18,-

Saturday, Feb. 19 dependent.! 500. June 30, 1956-18,150.,
Mainside Cowboy and the of members : -202,162.
off from
takes portable
guided missile, the Regulus. a
Girl: John Wayne, Jean Arthur. of Armed Forces subject to same truck carrier-moved onto the flight deck of the aircraft carrier 1955-186,500. 1956-174,850.

NATTC Terror on a Train: computations as for Federal returns USS Hancock during recent test operations. A surfacetosurfacemissile .
Glenn Ford, Anne Vernon. Members of the Armed\ guided by remote control radio, the Regulus is capable It's all in the way you look at
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