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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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March 22, 1956


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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I Suggestion Results .In Easing Of Civilian Attire RegulationsThe I

Naval Air Station's Operations Department, reads: tion as recommended by tho lowing places during the con athletic events, fishing shack
Improvement Suggestion "Why can't enlisted person- Improvement Board and endorsed duct of personal business pro- hobby shop, Skeet club ,etc. (5))

Program,' which has now nel wear civilian clothes: to the by commanding vided they are in possessionof Crew's dances for men, a
been underway since last movies and the enlisted men's officer is contained in NAS an authorized liberty and coat; for women, suitable informal -

November, has resulted ina club? After all we like to relax Jax Instruction 1020.1A. identification card: attire, dress or skirt
change of regulations too. We are aware of the fact According to the new regu- (1)) Navy Exchange facilities and blouse
governing the wearing of that Regular Navy bases do lotions, enlisted personnel may including Navy Exchango 1 1

civilian clothing by enlisted not allow this, but why not wear civilian attire at times stores, laundry, tailor shop, CHIEF PETTY officers may
personnel attached to. the start it here at Navy Jax Reserve and places heretofore forbid barber shop, cobbler shop, wear appropriate civilian 1
NAS Jax'command. Bases allow it, why not den. After working hours dur- beauty shop etc; ((2) Bank; ((3) clothing at the CPO Club
us? We're all a part of the big ing the normal work week and Church services at Station when in an off-duty status.
The suggestion, as submitted organization: on weekends, enlisted person- Chapels; (4)) Station recreation The instruction also pointsout

by II. E. Brouillettc, AC1, S .nel in an off-duty status may facilities, including mov- that no part of the prc-

,and M. J. Lee; AB3, of NAS ACTION ON THIS sugges- wear civilian attire in the fol- ies, EM Club (Anchorage), (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2))

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Home of Commander NaTal Air Bases,Sixth. Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center

y 'Y 4 Nb '
Permanent Rate Construction This 'Summer "


For CPOs After !. ; :
; Joint Air Traffic

.3 Years In E7The $ e

Navy's, chief petty officers _- 4 A._ _
who have long held a
L 4r' }% qr
firm reputation for devotion to Center For Jax

duty, will once"aain hold per
manent appointments in accordance -
with a new policy ap. Naval Air Station Jacksonville has been selected as
proved last week by'Vice Adm.: the site of an air traffic control center to be, used jointly by
James L. Holloway Jr., chiefof the Navy; Air Force and Civil Aeronautics Administration.
Naval personnel.The Construction of the two-story
ri} by all three agencies. As Navy
permanent appointmentswill r' a. building' which will be erected planes are spotted by the"powerful -
be issued to CPOs who }
between Building 118 and Han- will be
scopes, they report.
have completed three years of e
satisfactory service in E-7, gar 122'is scheduled to start ear- ed and, as they come within
this summer. Unequipped it range, will be brought in for land-
pending existence of vacancies I Srn' ly ,
t ing by the local Ground Control
in the- approved CPO is estimated to cost about $325-
Approach Unit in the usual
structure, and also'to CPOs } man-
who have served at least 12 000.ITS ner.The
months in E-7 at the time they COMPLETION means that air traffic control centeris

are transferred to the Fleet 4 all -aircraft using northeast Flor- being constructed at the station
a ida air lanes will be controlledby
Reserve and released from active
duty.Navy. 4 the local center. The CAA, formerly due to the availability of

located at Imeson Airport, utilities, emergency power, bar-
will be moved to the new center racks and other essentials, a fac
StrengthIs where, in conjunction with the
I tor which means a savings of,
""" Navy and Air Force, both com-
several millions of dollars.
669,727Navy COMING HOME Shown plowing: her way through heavy mercial and military aircraft
seas the USS Lake Champlain is heading home to NAAS May- within a considerably expanded combined use by the Navy, Air
port, after six: months with the U. S. Sixth Fleet In the Mediter
manpower was radius will be directed and con Force and CAA will mean a co-
ranean. She is expected to dock at Mayport March 31. Plans
669,727 at the end of'January, the are being formulated for a gigantic "welcome home" affair to trolled. I ordinated air traffic control that ,_
Defense Department'has revealed. greet Jacksonville's first carrier. is rapidly becoming not only a'
This merging of control opera :
According to preliminary reports convenience but an outright ne-
the Navy was the only service tions has long been indicated as i cessity in this area.WEATHER ,
to show a manpower gain The 'Champ'Due Home the increasing number of planesin
during January, increasing its the area, and the expandinguse J I
I of jets with their vast speeds OUTLOOK
rolls by 3,001 men. '
and broader approach patterns, Friday Partly cloudy with
Estimated strength of the Armed Next Week From MedAfter
forces was placed at 2,876,013at have saturated the available air I maximum temperatures of 72 de
lanes and
the end of January, a decrease increased hazards to grees.
of 11,003 from December. more than six months of operations in the Mediterranean an intolerable degree.IN Saturday Continued cloud
the attack carrier USS Lake Champlain (CVA-39) t is scheduledto
drop and
The Army showed a of ADDITION to the center itself ness warmer.
return March 31 to its home base at NAAS
12,909 men; the Air Force, 939; Mayport. four 100-foot radar towers Sunday Increasing cloudinessand
and the Marine Corps, 156. The Under the command of Capt. Fleet she participated in numer- will be erected, and will be used warm.
report estimated.Army strengthat James II. Flatley Jr., the 40,000ton ous NATO exercises and was hostto
1,070,683; Marine Corps at 199- Essex Class carrier is tenta- many Mediterranean dignita-
805; and Air Force at 935,800. tively slated to dock in the car- ries. During her cruise, the:
The Air Force had the largest rier basirt shortly after noon, "Champ" steamed approximately
number of reenlistees during January however unfavorable weather .
50,000'milFs.Following 3
numbering 10,349 and the conditions could alter her arrival
largest number of recruits, 13,405. time considerable. a brief period in

The; Army has 9,223 reenlistees Making up the flattop's air anTI Florida waters, the veteran carrier -

and 8,515 recruits' ; the Navy 6- while in foreign waters were will enter the New York

733 reenlistees and 11,485 recruits squadrons from Oceans,Virginia- Naval Shipyard where she will
; and the Marine Corps, 1- based Carrier Air Group Six.
receive an angled deck and other
474 reenlistees and 7,124 recruits. As a member of the U. S. Sixth
-- modernized features.

Plans for a huge, "Welcome r

I I Bluebird Joins Training Confab I being Home" formulated program are to,, currently welcome <. S.' % 5... {3y kOA: Sr

The bluebird of happinessflew ,training must have been just back 'Jacksonville's first carrier. r
through the open windowof what the bird needed, for at Later this year the USS FranklinD. #:ytie e:

the All Weather Instrument the end of the day as the Roosevelt (CVA-42) will be- Ry//S /' r 1} 0 S
ceiling lifted out he flew second
come the carrier to have
Training Unit,' in Hanger 115,
into the wild blue
yonder and NAAS Mayport as its home base
one cloudy day last week and hasn't been seen since. of operations.Until .
spent the day in the Unit's The All Weather Instrument
ready room. Unit last month, the USS Lake
Training of which Lcdr. '
Apparently'disturbed by the ,Robert M. Pelfair is officer- Champlain was Flagship for Rear ?
prevailing low ceiling, the in-charge, is attached to Adm. Robert Goldthwaite, Com- :

small bird joined a group of : FawTuLant at Key West. Fleet mander Carrier Division Two. IT'S WHITES NOW-Ron Bachman, SN, el NAS Personnel
Navy pilots renewing their pilots in the area go throughthe Rear Admiral Frank T. Ward Division, dons his whites following the announcement last Friday
took command of CarDivTwo that uniform wear for enlisted personnel will be optional until
proficiency training as instru all weather training every during recent'ceremonies at May- April 30. Beginning 10 days earlier than usual, the optionalperiod
ment navigators. The Navy year. was moved up due to tat unMMonal warm climate (at least, it
port. was last week).



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VP-16, Fasron 109, VAH-1 VA-4SBepoit

JtI }tfuWs

Scouting Jax Area Squadrons I

Published she 1'- ThunAajr toe Navy a.. Hula aethrttUs at Naval Air I .
3UUOB. Jacksonville i la-
Capt. William S.! Htrrli 2fAis.- ."acu..w.. Oommnndlnt Officer I The shouting and the tumultdies" Lee and Wilson are going to AA, and Julieann Dawsey, were
Comdr. John N. Mjrer Kxccutlvt! Officer I 341, at Port Lyautey, French I married on Saturday.
Fl..' Au .rael..Y1U. and the annual administra I
Rear Acra. D.lbtrt So o.raweU t Commander tive and material inspection of rocco. SC S
CApt. Wch&r4 O Greens aiel o;: Stan, S 0VAH1 I
He* Air WUc EI.,.. : the squadron by the CF A W-11 VA45The
Capt. Doweft r. 1IIcI.-o" _Commander staff is completed.The "Blackbirdare
Comdr. Rlcbar4 Ikvls Chief Staff OfficerHenry I Squadron personnel acted getting
ira.d Air TV-Je 'l'ralatar 0..s.r I inspection was followed bya A3D squared away-with their
host to Skywarrior
*st C. DeLone Comraandlnc Officer newly overhauled'AI.5
iD4r. Kdward W. __ movie of the recent deploymentto aircraft
Bishop; ExecuUv Of&ctr past weekend. Some seeing that
now the last
NI UHpI' Port Lyautey, French Morocco plane has been
aircraft for the first
Capt. .njamla N. AM CommandlRx Officer I very accepted from O & R at
C.PUU A. Newton ... viewed by the inspecting party Quonset
CxecuUve Officer were amazed at its size, Point, R. L
Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett .. NAJITU CornmsitdlBt Officer and the'wives and dependents of pleased with its sleek design.At First on the
Comdr. Laurence F. SteUenbaaeD __ KxtcaUve Officer squadron personnel at the NAT. training agenda for
Monday morning muster pilots is the
TC Theater. annual rocket and
The JAX AIR NCWS It publish weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station skipper of VA1M, Comdr. P. glide bombing competitive
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with noa-pproi>rUted fundsat The 30-minute film was.narrated exercises
no expense to the government. and In compliance with NAVEXO3 P-3S. Rev. by Comdr. P. S. Bailer, Stevens, addressed the to be held soon. During this
Nov. 1945. C ptfl are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Static,. the and explained what a fine time -E"s
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. &DCbe squadron commanding officer, for excellent are
U. S, Naval UotpltaL machine the A3D
and photographed while deployedby Skywarrior awarded the pilots that show
Service Information Offleer-XX Ted Morgan The skipper also told
high amount of
VP-16 photographers James proficiency, and
Editor: -Andrew H. Plane?
Met Editor B* CracraXt. Jo.; Nancy Ward, JOSN. first A3Ds will arrive on, VA-45 expects to have
Norman Zannino, PH3. The numerous
1"JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Prey Service. pro- about 1. -
E winners
AFPS material appearing In thli publication may not be reprinted without duction was supervised and edited > this year.
the written pennlulon of Armed Forces Press Semis Remibllcatlon of other A week this '
past Sal
ago P. Franco, AT3 Is
matter, vxrept by.wnrJe publication U prohibited without pennladon ct by Ltjg) George Smith, Lt VA-45's
Editor JAX AIR :iL VS pilots and contribution to the Jax
(Ug) Herman Reiher, and Ltjg) Navy box.
8348.Editorial Slfc and offset 8194. located Ida AdmIIdItrat1n'1s..1<< Phone xtenaleni Ronald Zellmer, and covered led by Lcdr. V. R. Knick, had Ing team this year. Sal is entered

much of the activity of the squadron pleasure going aboard the s'in tie bantamweight class and is
while it was in the Mediter- Randolph (CVA-15).' The expected to compete in the Sixth
ranean area.Squadron. aside from being well Naval District Tourney at Mem.
aircraft are slowly and fed, also had the phis.Leon

returning from the west coast to observe car-quals by V. Foster, AA, recently
where they are being outfitted and jets during day and reported to the Blackbirds from

with jet pods. The pilots who operations. They witnessed NTC Bainbridge and John W.
\ have checked: out in the revised hand, the "touch and go" Bush, AD2, from VS-30. New officer -
aircraft have nothing but goodto l ings and take-offs on the personnel of VA-45 includeLt

say about the modifications, type "angled deck" which Arthur Gripton from CNA-
and it won't be long before the USS Randolph is now sporting.An BATRA, Lt. Edward Carpenter

4ii entire squadron will be equipped improvement was noted from VA-172, Ltjg) Dudley Kei-
with "two turners and two burn "Pri Fly".*There is very mig from VA-48 Ad Ltjg) William .
ers." if any visual obstructions, it Peery from NAS Cabiniss
e air-conditioned, and soundproofed. Field. .

-- GLM5--_ Fasron 109 Thorough surveillance Interest has been shown for the
Bill Coehrane, SN squadron flight operations can be maintained formation of a VA-45 softball
O Q sQ mail orderly of Fasron 109( is the from these newly l team and all hands are invited to

O proud papa of a six pound, two Pri-Fly stations. compete. The season is scheduled
ounce baby girL, Toni Denise. Wedding bells are pealing to start In mid-April.
Comdr. Sidney Engelhard again In the squadron. Clifford Congratulations to Walter New.

commanding officer, returned McCardel YN2, and Helen Cothren Ian Jr., AD2, and his new bride,
from a week's temporary addi of Jacksonville, were the former Martha Maxine cf>
tional duty at' the U. S. Naval ried a week ago. Dona Mayo, Fla. %

Mine Depot, Yorktown, Pa.
W. E. Preston, SN, and C. J.
Hinton, SA, were transferred this
week to the USS Newport News

(CL-148) at Norfolk, Va.

M. T. Lee, ADI, and Cecil Wil.
1 'iG son both received their orders
last week and will leave the x
s. squadron sometime this month. M


MilitaryPersonnel Involved ,

'In 61 Jax Traffic MishapsSixtyone

traffic mishaps occurred in the metro- a
politan Jacksonville area during the month of February Dear Sir:
involving off-duty military personnel assigned to actiVI- I can't thank you people at
ties aboard the Naval Air Station. NAS Jax enough for what you

Not only did these traffic accidents result in much did for Linda Ann O'Berry. Ifthere's

monetary loss but also resulted in the hospitalization of any way you can thank
one person. :Many of these accidents were caused by all these people for giving blood
drinking when driving.If please do it for me, and the 4

you drive don't drink. The danger of drinking mother and father of little Linda
and driving is the effect of alcohol on the brain, and the Ann.
slowdown of reflexes and discretion.Do The mother was so thankful,

not mix high octane with a stuperous brain. she cried for this is a trying- time------
for them. Thanks again a million

Six Scouts WEEKEND TIDE times' and may God Bless every
HIGH LOW man and woman that responded.

AJ& P.M. A.M. P.M. Sincerely,

Advance To FrL 5:11 5:38: 11:20: 11:45 Mrs. D.Editor's -----. ..,._."...,. -;......_*"'m'W'7: _,..,...
Sat 6:07: 6:31: 12:01 ( Note: Linda Ann

Star RankSix Sun. 6:57 7:20 12:37 12:56 O'Berry leukemia is the seven year old VP-16 Rated SHARP"-LOOK -SHARP Capt. B. F.,' Mc BE
patient to whom over Leod, Commander Fleet Air
Scouts from Naval Air Toastmasters In Joint 50 military and civilian personnel Wing Eleven, inspects men of
Station Troop 131 advanced to Volunteered to donate blood on ExcellentBy Patrol Squadron 16 :prior to the
Star Rank last Thursday night Meeting TonightThe March 6,' after a call from the squadron anneal administra

during the Muskogee District Jax Navy Toastmasters Jacksonville Blood Bank.) CFAW-11 staff tive-material of Fleet inspection Air Wing Eleven by the
Court of Honor held at the will hold a Joint meeting tonight I last Thursday. VP-16 was rated
Church of the Good Shepherd. with the Jacksonville Toastmas- Excellent! "excellentr.
David Johnson, Walter Dodge, masters, starting at 1800 at the CORRECTIONThe
That's what men and officers of squadron while deployed at Port
Officers Club.
Billy McKinstry, Sheffield,
for caption below the photoof Patrol Squadron 16 are calling LyaUtey, French Morocco.
Clark MacPhee and David Curtis Acting u toastmasters the themselves
were presented their Star badgesby evening will be Lt. Bert Udovin, the ComFairJax General annual after last Thursday's The movie was shown to wives
Captain Ira N. Curtis Institutional who will introduce as speakers Court-Martial on Page '5 of rial administrative and mate and dependents as well as the
the March 15 issue of the Jax inspection by Commander inspecting party. The 30-minute
Representive for the troop. Lt Paul Pieper and Ltjg) Ka- Fleet
Air News indicated Air Wing Eleven, Capt. B. film activities at
that the which depicted
Eighty-seven parent and thew Kurilich of the Navy, and F. McLeod.
court was in session at the Port Lyautey, was narrated by
scouts from the Naval Air Station William A. Perry and William
time the picture was taken. Ceremonies got underway witha Comdr. P. S. Bailer, commanding
were present at the Court .f Clarke from Jacksonville. Lt(jg)
Actually the photo was dress blue inspection, followed officer of the squadron.The .
Honor to win the) attendance Gilbert S. Murray Jr. will be '
',' banner.for the sixth consecutive master evaluator of the speeches. taken BEFORE the court was by an inspection of VP-16 offices Inspecting party closed
month. Lt Ken Knoizen will preside. called Into session. and spaces and then a viewing of with the administrative inspec
a motion picture made of the tion.




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22 March 1956, JAX .AIR NEWS Page Three


UlC Public Favors Pay Hike For Career Men Sub-Standard


A majority of the American attractive as a career by increasing majority sentiment in every Housing Bill

public would go along with the pay of those who major segment of the ,population s

the idea of increasing the pay stay in.Each. with one exception, favors

of all military officers and en- voter in the survey was the idea. Among farm HopesDimmed

listed personnel who take up a asked: .ers, only one ,out of every 10
career in the armed services as "Would you favor or opposeincreasing are in favor. Hopes dimmed this week for

Prepared by NATTC Librarian their life's work. the pay of all officers The other is that younger repayment of part of the quarters

for nil.Navy libraries in the That's what a survey by the and enlisted men who people, those in the age group allowance to service families living -

,area.) American Instittue of Public make their career in the armed 21 to 29,are considerably more in substandard housing.

Three Legions: One1 of the shipment Opinion, headedj Dr. George services in favor of the idea than are Originally backed by Armed

of new books. We start withit Gallup, shows. PAT INCREASE FOB .older people. I Services committee chairman

because, chronologically, it The vote in favor is better CAREER MILITARY MEN! The vote by age groups: I Carl Vinson (D.Ga.), the bill

comes first and there are very than 2tol. Many military as Favor 51y 21-29 30-49, 50 Yrs. lost .the senator's support when
'few such good novels of the pe- well as civilian observers be- oppose U Trs. Yrs. dt Over i the plan to tack it onto tho

riod when the Roman Legions elieve that one way to keep a No opinion 29 'Favor _C3% COS 53% i I Public Works bill failed. According

were battling the Germanic highly-trained and efficient Two interesting aspects of Oppose 19 19 U i to Vinson, he changed his

I tribes. defense force would be to the survey appear in an analysis No opinion 18 21 21 :mind after talking to the Defense -

Other historical novels include: : make the armed services more of the figures. One is that (AFPS) Department, and now feels

Harry Of Monmouth, the story of I it would be best to take the matter

4. Henry V and his spectacular, I up in a bill (HR 5731) introduced -

reign; Believed, fictional life of 14 Complete I by Rep. Charles BennettD.

Judah Benjamin, statesman of ( Fla.).

the Confederacy. Water SafetyInstructions I This bill would correct the

Jubilee: Hero is, graduate of situation on tub-standard housing

West Point, who, with his farm by putting it on a rental basis
boy soldiers, joins the Union' I so men do not lose their full

Forces wijh Sherman and the Last week completed a quarters allowance as they do

,March to the Sea; The Settler,' 30-hour water safety intructor when housing is declared public
tense action and suspense in Ore- course at NAS Jax. quarters. The Bennett bill has

gon Territory of the 1850's. Sponsored by the Special Ser- been before Congress for threo

of Mainsideand years, however, without action
Novels for those who prefer a vice departments
modern setting: Last Hurrah, an NATTCenter, the course was being taken on it.
Vinson asserts his intention of
effective story of a politician'srise conducted over .a twb-week
to power in an American period by Richard Bracewell, "going into the whole question",
the Duval In special legislation, but no date
Director for
city; Last Round, a green young Safety
Red Cross Chapter. Anthony has been set for hearings on tho
kid wins fame in an exciting County

story of prize fighting; Burden Of Cook, SN, attached to Spe- -..,....-. .J .= .-. measure. .
Proof is a hunt and chase mystery -. cial Services, assisted Bracewell.The r -

men will be certified to NEW MUFFLER FOR JETS The warm-up noise of jet
has been lowered to the level of ordinary street traffic
classes the planes
teach swimming on
Frozen Jungle: full of hard- "
through the use of a portable steel muffler. The device, shown CImD
ship and danger met when a base for which Red Cross certifi- above attached to a. Jet, was developed by the Industrial AcousticsCo.
plane is forced down in an un- cates will be issued. All Red ., and tested successfully by Republic Aviation. When a plane is
mapped region of Labrador. Cross courses from beginner ready for a "run-up" to test it parts it is backed into the muffler.As Thursday March 22
and the sound comes out of the Jet's exhaust pipe It passes Into the ,
senior life saving
A Sailor's Life: Short articles I through muffler where the noise loses energy bouncing around a series Mainside Wild Dakotas
and stories about the sea, the advanced swimmer will be taughtin of sound-absorbing chambers. The sound remaining roes out of the (western): Bill Williams, Coleen
ships and the men who sail them. the base pools this summer "smoke-stark" and Is beamed at the sky. Grey.

Also'of special interest is Cherish to all interested Navy personneland
Jubal (color
NATTCenter -,
The Sea a history of sail and an dependents.The Paperwork War Stepped Up; drama cine): Glen Ford, Ernest
certified include
informal history of ,navigation. 14 men

Follow the Whale, is not another Reginald Boone, Donald Bowies, Borgnine. color .
'File-Q-Maniacs' Target Hospital Svengali (
Moby Dick, but is rather a comprehensive James Burton, James Donelly, Derek
drama): Hildergard Neff,
study of everything Howard Earling, William Hendry, "Pile-it"
Are you a File-O-Maniact Are you conducting a operation Bond.
presently known about whales. James Holcomb, Jerry Hudepohl, ? Friday, March 23

I The Atlantic Battle Won, May1943May James Voyce, Marvin Krause, To see how your office stands, count the number of filing cab- Mainside Over Exposed

1946: We already havea Patrick Madamba, Paul Phillip, inets in your office, multiply by $217.33, and the result is the cost to (drama): Cleo Moore, Richard

waiting list.for this volume ten William Strickland, and Alan the government; to maintain these files in your office for one year. Crenna.

of Morrison's History Of U. S. Robinson.
The Navy's Paperwork'Management NATTCcntcr 'Wild Dakotas
Naval Operations In World War Program is constantly striv- have complete details on how to (western) : Bill Williams, Coleen
edition of an old favorite. In the carry out this concerted program
to improve records manage- Grey.
ILThe class is Diesel Operator's the month of March. They
Answer Book On Naval same
ment procedures throughout the Hospital Jubal (color drama
Guide which covers maintenanceof I also have available informational
Social Customs:,Of particular Interest Naval Establishment They have cine) : Glen Ford, Ernest Borg
to young. Navy wives. all types of two and four cycle long recommended periodic in- material 0 n records disposal nine.
diesel and dual-fuel engines. which useful to each office
Power To Go: The automobile
spection of files in order to carry Saturday, Match 24
from the Tin Lizzie to Automatic Soviet Espionage: For those out this phase of the program. : Mainside Price Of Fear

transmission, will appeal to both who want the real thing as wellas THE BASIC requirement of Each department head should (murder mystery): Merle Oberon -
minded and the something different for the i
the mechanically Records Management 1 s the appoint a qualified person to'see Lex Barker.
general reader. myster fan we suggest this remarkable -I
prompt removal of records no that his-office is not "tied up with NATTs=enter Over Exposed
based origin
New American Machinist's story, on longer required in daily business (drama): Cleo Moore, Richard
Handbook: Especially for the me- sources, of the vast Soviet spy and red tape"NAS Crenna.
from higif-cost office space
a' revised Jax Notice 5212 of March
chanic is completely apparatus.CRQSSWOJID equipment. One of the best meth- Hospital '- Wild Dakotas s

PUZZLE ods of accomplishing this is for I, 1956, reveals plans for the Sta- (western): ,Bill Williams, Coleen

each activity to promote the or- tion's disposal action Grey.

Acaos1 ;. r s s r ,. If deny periodic,,destruction of temporary -

t-E4uaU records, and promptly ..
s-e.s rau 'a. rTl ,,
t-n..or\ : : transfer permanent and semi-ac-

aI-Mo1lamm.aa"" 1$ F teommandet : 'l./if .1 '. tive records to low cost records II,

plan' management centers.To .
6-CUdr.... M 10 11
16-Trani 'l./ place emphasis on the records .
u. ii / >r I u u iIII management program, the .;.. -
n-Laull q/ ", ,4 ,
It-Warm. of the Navy issued Sec- \, ,
I1-Jnlect eft :It M k U. :U Secretary ; ::) (
U-ob..rvel V.I'l'h Nav Instruction 5210.9 February

If-Sink II-Cornman4 In w f'f V."l"J" /: U s 'l/ij'It 3, directing that the month of

CLI1)Fruit .. March be observed as "Records F 9v
uke. 10 'l"/ v "IS "l.of.M itS
II-Moecalln ,J 'l.'l.. Disposal Month!" This campaign,
IS-Pronoun .. It 1 "l/ 'v II : 0 JO: : : the first of a series directed towards -
: /: iiF ii-
tl-lnankar S ., a review of paperwork ,
K5Not. u. #
n-SaUor (coJ104.) ?!,
V./- is intended
pt scale management techniques, -
,G-Precioul a1onS SJ : S7 V'it st 1- (a) to achieve immediate
U-Frult seed rI'/
44-Misrepresent N 1i 13 ''I 10.41Sm&ll destruction of all records eligiblefor
46-Hebrew nap month destruction, (b) to effect a
to-sow 1.5 toe 101 special scrutiny of all records
II-Dr. U wink33Mor..ecur'
U-InIUtuUOft. .....Uerre r"i......b. over 5 years of age to determine
of leamlnl' .= $1-Afttsrs atanlA their eligibility for disposal, andc
lnatea4 49-l1at-botlom
IS-nepl, In kind -f-R'l'lon 5-Joke (colloq,) beat ( ) to assure economical storageof W>:
Ci-Jla.Cl-Pedal.. digit S-Heur. IT-Eaa'e'' nest 1i-tount&1. records not authorized for de- i y'N aY 6) 0,oo. ry>
-Tblck.. blac:1I --I'art of "t0 be" ZS-Cornerell passes ,
: aO- oak up Ie-provide too struction.ADMINISTRATIVE.
.abaance t-ouU.Ukt blr4 az-Mal. swan U-.Iullc: f den
IS-Total U-Watched t-Sew af-8mall blr' .. writtenlecr.U7 OfficersA "',........" -.
lo-Mne.tlp II-A."II SI-F.dlbl. fish
.7-Tlmld Il-JoIatur. U-Walke4 IA It-onc. around BRAZILIAN OFFICER PROl\lOTED-Comdr.,Dwight Asmus ..
II-Trial.II-Thr.-t0t4 U-Danc.snow step Sl-Oe.track chip upon ,the shoulder, (left), training officer of the Aviation Ground Officers School,
DOWN alotha f5-louropean eo-A ttempt When all is done and said, extends congratulation to Jose Ollveria, Brazilian Navy, upon his
Ion food to-W..ten dormlc. tJ-Jap&n... promotion to Lcdr. A student at AGO School, Lcdr. Oliveria has:
I-Tlmt Sons by_ll-l'IaUOI'1It ..tCOnatellaUo1me..un Is usually a piece of wood also attended CIC School here in the United States under the
(Answer on rage 8, Col. 1) That's fallen from the head. Mutual Defense Assistance Program.



Four JAX AIR NEWS 22 March 1956


t'I Wave Holds Down Permanent AssignmentWith

Operations Control Tower Here

SALTY HUMOR FROM Incoming pilots 'requesting

HER AND THERE permission to land at NAS .: ; ::;':':;:: :C :: "';ii-; ;7.A: : L coc
have been
Blonde rather .... .'" "It's wonderful to be a Wave "
: "Sorry sailor I < ,
never startled to hear soft femi .w """ '''

was once
proven again
go out with perfect strangers.*' nine voice speaking to them when four Mainside Waves week

Sailor: '"S'all right, babe, Iain't from tower. the NAS Operations ..."t,).;c "I I : treated to an evening of unusual were

perfect. entertainment aboard the
Twenty-year-old Alice Newbe- '
\ : ii' a Coral Sea.
gin, air controlman third class, of ; '
"Who are those people who are South Portland, Maine, has be ., F' r The crew of the Coral Sea de.
cheering asked the Boot, as the come the first woman ,to success ;; ,1/, : tided that nothing is too good for

sailors marched" to the train. fully qualify in all respects for \-t. the glrls-in.-blue following a special -

'Those, replied an old sea dog, permanent assignment with the .: .. .., ,, favor requested by
..,,;;\!. ;; : ,,.:::: ',:" ,:fW.: .f < one of
"are the people who are not NAS control tower. Newbegln, :: '$);;' (:':,1;"'" :, ; group, that the gals be given a

going. I who has proved herself, has beena 1n }:tt\\ tour over the big carrier prior to
> I regular member of the tower : the dinner-dance held on the pier
old lady had a parrot that personnel for 18 months. : Tuesday evening at 2000.
was always swearing. She could The
ex-secretary, who had
( The wheels
;; of
stand this every day but Sunday flown only twice in civilian life, .:.:.. >... planning began

so she covered the cage up became interested in aviation ...........,. : >.. .:.--'- :r.?; ':.. :-';'::. d '::: to SN;turn Carol and Hooser Winnie, SN Robillard; Shirley,
every Sunday. shortly after joining the
Navy. fd Hanson, SK3, and Nancy Ward
One Monday the woman saw She attended Aviation Preparatory -
SN, were the lucky girls met
her preacher coming to call She School at NATTCenter and at
!; : : 1900 on the night of the dance by
quickly covered the As was then transferred
up cage. to Con- .L" four
a corsage for
.the preacher entered the trolman School
parrot at Olathe. Kan : each girl and escorted
on a first-
said: "This has been a damned sas. !' ,::.:_ rate
Inspection of the Coral Sea.
short week! REASSIGNED to Jacksonville,
.5 Alice was attached to the NAS :.
;: ': .', ::::jit ...
:' :
Sailor's Father: "And where Is Operations dispatch office before A letter was received this week

my son?" earning a trial position in the WAVE ON THE JOB Only Wave presently assigned to from' Mary D. Walkinshaw, the
MAA: "A. W. O. L." tower. That was In November of tower duty for duty alongside 21 other air tontrolmen at NAS Residence Director of the Jacksonville -
Father "What do 1954 and the Operations, Alice Newbejin AC3, has successfully qualified in YWCA, expressing behalf
: petite on
:you mean five-four Wave all respects for permanent assignment in the control tower. She -
by that, ?" has been a permanent figure is one of the nine personnel here who hold CAA "tickets". of the "Y" girls, who attend-
MAA: "After women or liquor." around the NAS tower since. ded, their appreciation toward all
5 Assigned to the tower as a des present she is restricted to tower ing her to work at civilian air- the service women who helped

A rookie from the hills of ignated aviation apprentice, New work at military installations ,in ports. make a recent Joint outing such
south Georgia happened to passa begin was advanced to air con- this area, but when she becomes THE DARK-HAIRED Wave Is a success. The letter reads in
young shavetail on'the street trolman in January, 1955 and 21 years of age the restriction now under training for her senIor part> :
sewed on her third class will be lifted by the CAA and she CAA ticket and the final phaseof
one morning. "Howdy! said the stripe "The girls participating in the
last will be eligible for exams allow- tower work, approach control
November. She is ,
cracker in his friendly fashion.. now pre- picnic> had a wonderful time. The
paring for the of all aircraft operation under
Whereupon the young Lieutenant class exam opportunity to meet the Waves
to be given in instrument flight rules in the
gave the rookie quite a dress- August and to share together in picnicking -
ing down and lectured him on Qualified to handle three of the Randolph 13,000th! Jacksonville area. softball, and. informal chitchat
military courtesy and saluting. four tasks open to personnel attached Of the 22 Air Controlmen assigned was a grand experience for
"Gracious sakes, if I'd known to the tower, Alice was Landing Logged By to the tower, Alice is one aU of us.:'
y'all was gonna throw a fit," broken in on the MB*'-stand which of nine who at this time hold '%

'drawled the rookie, "I wouldn't houses the log and handles. all ATG-202 Officer, CAA tickets for the locality. She Girls from Mainside who have
of spoke to you at all!" paper work. Comdr. Jack N. Durio, Staff also ia the only Wave of the not been reading their official
5. SHE ADVANCED quickly to Operations Officer for Air Task eight air controlman Waves serving : bulletin board are missing out on

Angry Parent: "I'll teach you the ground control phase of operation Group 202, chalked up USS aboard the Station to hold aCM a lot{ of important info. The barracks -

to make love to my daughter." which included runway Randolph's] 13,000th landing ticket. bulletin board has been revised -
i Sailor: "I wish :you would. safety techniques for aircraft and last week during the carrier's William Hubert, AC1, Newbe- during recent weeks with I
;Frankly, I'm having a heck of a vehicles, and then learned and "shakedown cruise off Guan- gin's supervisor on the job, has the idea of making the reading !
.time." perfected one of the most diffi- tanamo, Cuba. nothing but praise for Alice's, easier. There is a special place
5 cult parts of her rating, the. "A" Based at NAS Cecil Field, work. lie says, "Alice is most for all new information and one

Navy Wife: "Your Honor, he stand. pilots from ATG-202 flew proficient. She is a competent and tor the old news.
broke every dish in the 0,house Of The "A" stand Includes the task aboard the Randolph during reliable worker, using good judgment I Check the bulletin board for

s over my head. He treated me controling under all-aircraft oper- her recent visit to Jacksonville. in the controlling of aircraft the new procedure of barracks
ating, visual
flight rules She
cruelly and threatened to put in Comdr. Durio was flying a possesses qualities that inspection, the newly established
( from the NAS runway, and the are a must in this line of '"
for propeller driven Douglas duty.
sea duty. operator must hold linen exchange hours, the latest -
a Civil Aero- "Skyraider" from VA 176 "For me, working in the tower
Judge: "Did your husband apologize nautics Administration junior word on optional uniform,
when he made the landing. is the most Interesting and
other pertinent information
or express regrets for these ticket before he is' allowed to
actions?" work without-supervision. Air Task Group 202 is billet offered in any aviation i- that concerns your military duty,
headed by Comdr. Heber J. rate" says Alice. liberty hours, recreation, or as an
Navy Wife: "No, Your Honor, This was problem for Alice .
the ambulance driver took him who had gotten her CAA Junior Badger and is comprised of t occupant of the barracks. The ex-

away before he regained con ticket in May of 1955 after pass- Fighter Squadrons 62, f02 and cuse, 'I forgot to read the bulletin
sciousness." ing an oral and written exam. At Attack Squadrons 46 and 176. NAVY WIVES board," isn't a good one.

f4k: .,. Spring Is In the air and naturally
special business meeting was that means step-up in
i x a as.px held by Jax Navy Wives Club, marriages. Two Waves from

; Branch 86, on March 14. Severalnew NATTCenter ship's company tied
chairmanships were created the knot during the past week

f g N Those appointed were: Games, Joan Rossignol, TESN; became
:, Marion Townsent Mrs. Franklin MacKenzie while
Delores Sizemore, co-chairman; Shirley Rush, PN3, is now Mrs. .
'iW' Nursery, Corrine Aston, chairmanand Richard McMahon. Both of the
Theresa Largent, cochairman sailors are hospital corpsmen recently

; Welfare, June Quade, cochairman attached to the'NATTCen

; Not New Pick-Up, ter dispensary.
: xR Margaret Stivers, chairman .
; Ways
C aC S J and Means, Minnie Neubert, cochairman Joanne Marshall, AKAN, relieved -
i:1IIk: ; Hospital Nursery. Chris Buck, DKSN,'during

Mary Spletzer, chairman and the month.of March as Company
Betty Moore, helper. Commander of all Wave and Women
Betty Smith, chairman of Research Marine AN-P students at
and Education of'Navy NATTCenter.

0 aZr i. 'Wives Clubs of America, ha .
asked that members of Jax 86 Bill Would Offer
correspond with retired naval
men, living at the United States Dependents Education

Naval Home at Philadelphia. Pat Rep. Albert W. Cretella (R-
Don't forget the Card Party Conn.) has introduced legislation
r this Friday evening, March 23 in the House that would provide

_. _n. Time is 1930, and price is! $1.a .00( educational benefits for children

TRAINING PROGRAM KICKOFF Comdr. John C. Koch (left), assistant Supply Officer, couple. This is sponsored by of WWII or Korea veterans who
formally kicks-off the planned group training program for the Supply Department with an orientation Jax 86 and is open to all. It will: were unable to complete their
lecture attended by all supervisory personnel. Here the Commander utilizes production charts be held'at the Club House, Dewey schooling because of a service
that clearly Indicate the tremendous volume of material that Supply personnel are handling.: The Park and tickets can be connected total disability.
first session is being devoted to Job-Instructor training: and selected supervisors are at the purchased -
tending the 15-hour course. Supervisors shown are (left to right) Carey Carpenter, machine records; Only one child from each family
Ray Forrest- control division; Carl Reiter,.operations and production branch; and John. Ryan, train- There will be prizes and re- would be entitled to such ben
Ins supervisor. freshments. efits.Ipaae .

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22 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

.Larn Up The .

1 ___1 LADDERWith

__ r Civilians

fi f (Weekly the Jarc Air Newt in

cooperation with the Industrial

R t I Relation Department will list

a __ various promotion for Naval Air


On the promotion roster effec-

tive March 12, were 19 employees,

,t 15 from Overhaul!, and Repair De-

partment, two from the Comp-

,.. troller's Office, and one each from
: -i--S I Iit.
Supply Department and Miscell-

.,.. _
': : .'. .< .-' aneous.
/ .'
,; ...;. : 3 Promoted at 0 & R were Fer-

man Woolfork, helper general
;1f:; third step to packer second step;

L. ; ",): ,--. ... : ._. Cecilia Ptacek, clerk-typlsfGS-2 ,
tt\R'\ 'r'.L:: : ::: .:::: .: .... -.. \. '.. .... to clerk-typist GS-3; AlbertaStice

PLAIN CARELESSNESS Personnel wbo dine at the Malnslde Mess Hall will probably be shocked to learn what a little bit typist GS-2 to clerk GS-3;
of carelessness can do. Some 15 tablecloths out of 22 In the dining room have become badly mutilated and torn In one way or an Naomi Tidewell, typist GS-2 to
other. Numerous cigarette burns, rips, and tears have put' the tablecloths in bad shape. The tablecloths were designed to last a clerk-stenographer GS-3; Bar-
little while, but due to pure carelessness on the part of some personnel, some tablecloths lasted but eight weeks. At 73 cents per bara Andrews, typist GS-2 to
yardor six dollars per cloth this can become a very expensive operation. Jack Hoover AN, a messcook, places a neat white plastic
tablecloth (left) to live an idea how neat the table looks "before", John McDonald, CS1, (right) a messhall master-at-arms shows clerk-stenographer GS3.
what happened to one tablecloth completely torn. Personnel are urged to be careful with their{ cigarette butts, knives, forks,' and John Williams, aircraft cleaner

other dining utensils while dining at the mess hall. third step to packer third step;

YMCA Extends High Powered Program Set \\4ilUf' <*i-SsSr: Fred third Harry step Coleman Vicker to ,packer,..aircraft laborer third cleaner second step;

Invitation To step to packer first step; Joe
Get Out Vote
Military Sharpe, aircraft cleaner third
ServicemenTheJacksonvllle The biggest "get-out-the-military-vote" in history will begin 17 'MAT step to packer second step;

YMCA has April 1 with a high-powered program designed to send every eli- Roosevelt Samuels, Jr., laborer

extended an invitation to all gible voter to the polls in person or by absentee ballot. The Chief Petty Officers' mess third James step Talantis to packer, apprenticemetalsmlth first step;

military personnel to partici- Backed by a new law ordering hibit absentee balloting. Depend-I will feature a real Neapolitan (aviation) third classto

pate in its activities and par- all-out support of the vote pro- ents are less assured of spaghetti dinner at a very nom- engineering draftsman general

take of its facilities. gram, the main target will be the although states are gradually inal price on Saturday evening GS-3; Kenneth Worthington, pro

Facilities include a gymna- use of the absentee ballot post voring them. fa-I from 2000 until 2100. duction methods and standards

sium; swimming pool; and an card application. This entails con- No reservations or tickets are specialist GS-5 to production

exercise room, complete with siderable care to avoid errors, the required for the affair. Further methods and standards specialist

punching bag, training bag, most common of which are illegible information can be obtained by GS-7.
writing; wrong addresses; return contacting the club manager.
weights, wrist roll machinesand 4.
Cf I
John Meehan Jr. production
wrestling wheel. Navy I address errors arising chief- The dinner will be followed bya ,
methods and standards
welcome to these ly from use of uncommon abbreviations "come as you are" dance with specialist
men are GS-5 to production methods and
facilities for a service chargeof known only in military continuous, juke box music.
f standards specialist GS-7 and
services lack of certificationbest All E-7s and their dependents ,
35 cents. They may also use ; (ifrvnK William Jr.
chess ( idea iso get a commissioned are invited to attend the movies production
the lobby for ping pong, methods and standards
checkers, or just watching TV I, officer to certify the application I shown each Monday evening at
to methods and
cards); and spaces left blank, the club at 2000. Movies feature production .

or The reading.YMCA has a residence I presumably because the applicant sports highlights, which include standards specialist GS-7.
in the
doesn't understand what Is meant Comptroller'sOffice
famous sports events of by-gone
downtown where Armed Ser-
by an entry. w' years and current national con- were Terry Griffin, typist
vice personnel can stay over-
s GS-2 to clerk-typist GS-3, ,and
TECHNICALLY THE services tests in all sports.
night for 50 cents a bunk. This
.' Gladys Ebert, fiscal accountingclerk
cannot tell to vote nor
facility can accomodate about anyone
GS-5 to budget specialist
influence the states in allowing
30 men. AE School NamesTrainingOfficers GS-7.
From time to time the service personnel to vote. Practically d at
the Defense Department } Promoted in Supply Depart-
YMCA maintains special activities however,
ment was Mildred Castello, clerk
has ordered that
such as fencing, judo every- :
and other informal educational one be given the opportunity toapply ; 'r I typist GS-2 to property and
Lcdr. Lawrence Heron and -
supply clerk GS-3 andIn Mis-
for ballot and will do ,
classes. a ,
Lcdr. William Inzer have been
Louis Klander
The YMCA Is located at 221 all possible to see that state requirements was ,
met. ; : appointed as training officers of painter third step to Icadlngman
Riverside Avenue. the Aviation Electricians Mate painter first step.Marlines .
A directive has been issued to Class A School at the Naval Air .

all services to name voting officers e, Technical Training Center. .

New Tots' Books Set at every level, provide counseling Lcdr. Heron reported to the Brown,

: for members' who need Center last fall and has been ser- Nelson Honor Men
For Display March 29A help on state laws, and to speed ving as Guided Missile ,Branch

display of newly received the handling of both the postcard Training Officer at Naval Air Minnesota, California and

. children's books will be held from application and absentee ballots. a Weapons System SchooL Lcdr. Texas were represented on the

' 1300 to 1700 Thursday, March 29, TilE VOTING OFFICER for sx Inzer has served as Phase Officerat honor rolls of three graduating

in the NATTCenter Library. NAS Jacksonville Is CWO Burney Aviation Ground Officers classes at schools at the Naval

received H Dardar, JfAS Jax Personnel School since reporting aboard the Air Technical Training Center
Among the books are q.
wellas Office. He expects to receive soona Center from Naval Air Technical here.
several Easter selections as service "Vot- Paul Nelson, AOl, of Austin,
1953 edition of the Training Center, Memphis.
other volumes requested by ing Information" Pamphlet which ; Texas, was honor student In last

young people using the library. will distributed on local level. 5 y Never question your wife's week's graduating class at Avia-
The books are for age groups state-by- judgment-look who she married. tion Ordnance School Class B. He
The gives a
3 to 14, and Include such titles as pamphlet has beenassigned aboard
rundown of voting require- -
"Country Bunny and Little Golden ments election dates and absentee .<,. .; ... :. A married couple was peace- the USS Roosevelt.
. Shoe", "The Egg: Tree", and ballot, application procedures.The iLd'.lWJJ'.W'" 'Ilt) ,,-j JII' :.. y'X7 fully sleeping in the upstairs bed- Robert Brown, AOAN, of Yuba
"Rabbit Hill" for tots; "Street of MITZI'S .NEW LOOKThreeyears the wife shoutedin City Calif. No. 1
will be geared to room. Suddenly was man at
big push
Little Mitzi Gaynor was a
Shops" and 'Ten Saints"for ago
elections but sev- 36 her sleep: "Good Lord, here Aviation Ordnance School ClassA
Nov. 6 general 150 pounds. Today,
In-between and "Bookof
ages; eral states are already scheduling plum lighter in exactly the comes my husband last week. He has been
Pirates", "Smugglers Cove", primary elections. right places, Mitzl'has her movie The husband woke 'up and assigned to VC-35 at San Diego.
'The Good Master", and "The lIotRod" early spring studio delighted. Mitzi is
Mexico Puerto Rico jumped out of the upstairs win- Honor student at AviationElectrician's
for older youngsters.The Only starred with George Gobel in
Mate School Class A
and the Virgin Islands now pro- her latest film. dow.
children's section is sponsored was Claudio Martinez, AEAN, of

by the NATTCenter Officers Melvin, Texas. Ills new duty

Wives' Club. Reserves Eligible For Dual Compensation I assignment is with VP-9 at Ala-
At 1600 Mrs. Iona Nelson, NA- meda, Cahf.

TTCenter librarian, will conductthe .
I e i *
regular children's story hour.Assessment Naval -Reserve officers who of dual compensation which was vists who were retired due to
creditable handed down by the Court of physical-disability
S. S of
finished 20
50 Due years Claims in 1954, giving exemptionsfrom A law, passed by Congress last Progress Being
and remained a
Reserve service,
the dual compensation lawsto summer gave Reservisits a lar-
Assessment No. 58 is due and member- of the Reserve service certain Army and"Air Force ger leeway in the amount of Made To Get

payable by March 23, Mutual during retirement up to age 60, reservists. The exemption for government pay they can draw

Death Benefit Society membersare can draw retired pay plus Civil Navy and Marine officers is retroactive after retirement, raising the limit
65 In 56
reminded. Service pay, according to a rulingby to Jan. I, 1953. The exemp- from a combined retired and

4.5 General. tion is denied Navy reservistswho civilian government pay of $3,000a .
According to actual measure the Comptroller
the retired under Title III and year, to a high of $10,000 a Women can keep a secret Justas :
stinger of a bee is .03125 in
ches. The other 12 inches are The ruling was based on a then resigned their commissionsor year. For those exempt. there is well as men, but It generally.

pure imagination. "*. folow-up of the Tanner decision I were discharged, and to reser- no'limit. takes} more of them to do it., .


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Six JAX AIR NEWS 22 March



new sports craze has taken
the; Station by storm since first man ever to introduce judo into :Ten Pin Loop
the traditional art of jiu jitsu
introduced a few yean ago. It's
called Judo. was Jigoro Kano who conducted Naval Air Weapons System

Some 30 to 40 Marines, Sailors many experiments calling his School-l didn't set any records

and Waves from local activities new method the art of judo. last Thursday in their match

are really sold on the art of'Judo. FIRST INTRODUCED In Amer- against Airman School,but they

Sponsored by NATTCcnter Spe- ica during World War II when did win four games to turn in a

cial Services, classes are conduc- American fighting men were 2, 50 set.Tom .

ted Tuesday and Thursday evenings taught the lightening-like movements Barger turned in his second .

from 1900 to 2100 in Building of judo and trained to pro- 600 set of the winter league,

.554,,Wine 6, Mess Hall 1. tect themselves when weaponless as rolling m, ITS and 193 for a

Judo is an out-growth from the against the enemy and to kill 605 total. Harry Beaumont had a

sport of Jiu Jitsu which transla- with one blow or throw in com- 209 and 544 with George Brister

ted means the gentle arts. Al- bat,judo is fast becoming popular. hitting a 202 and SO 1.

though the method of defense and Professor Kano's style is usedas AIRMAN RETAINED secondby
a guide by T/Sgt. Richard Van
offense supposedly was originatedby
taking three out of four
the Japanese, oddly enoughthe Mullen who conducts the class, points from Weapons-2 with Fred
and the object of the instruction
real creators Chinese
were Daly setting the pace with 204
... monks who devised trick holdsto is to teach an individual to protest 162, 205 for a 571 set, and John

subdue their enemy. The first himself regardless of his physical Burner rolling a 547 total. Bill
capacity and is taught further
Fuller was top man for Weapons2 .
for in
use sportsmanship
with a 513 set, as the team won
lAX competition.It its only point with an 895 game.
is hoped that in the very
Sports near future a Station judo club
-- '<. ....- third place by winning: four from
can be organized and qualify for '
Briefs 'entrance into the American Judo THIS IS JUDO Up and over real easy like is the way Bill Aviation Electricians Mates
Watkins ETZ of NAS Operations demonstrates the shoulder School Chuck Summit was high
NATTCentcr bowlers are talking Association. Upon gaining en- throw, wltlrIe.. Elden Toncevich, of AN-P School, as the subject. for Ordnance with a 205 and 520
trance to the AJA. the Judo unit This is of the classes
part weekly Judo sponsored by Special Services while
about the.outstanding play of Tiny Wilhorn had
I hopes to compete against other at NATTCenter in Building 554. Observing the action Is
NAWS School's No. 1 team whichis district clubs including Florida Pfc. Jim Edrerton, AN-P School student and 528 for AE. *

making a shambles of the Copter -- Weapons-3 and Special Services
University and the Atlantic Judo
loop "race" these days. organizations.A Tennismen Split With Fla. Ga. U. split their four points which

The Air Weapons crew recently TEAM IS COMPOSED of at ; ended with only a seven pin difference

unleashed its "big guns" to least a minimum of four women Fast Duke Netmen I in their series totals.
score its second 2,700-pin series Face TuesdayThe Tom Tierney
and fourteen men. From the turn- paced Aviation.
of the -
outs witnessed so far, the Station third match of the season Storekeepers School to a four

Naming'anr one man as the should be able to produce one proved to .be the one the Jax and Dave Schultz all won singles point win over Aviation Ground

cause of it all is impossible because of the best around this area. Navy tennis team was waiting for. matches for the Fliers in the Officers School with his 549 set

all five of the NAWS keg- Fifty uniforms are now on After dropping two straight match with Georgia U. Candland while Laverne Larson added a

lers are dangerous and all five order direct from Tokyo for the defeated Leroy Forehand': of 504 set.
matches to college opposition, the
proved it in their recent 2,700 pin judo enthusiasts and a new larger' Fliers rebounded sharply Sunday Georgia, 6-0, 6-1; Bell downed 4 -

outburst by topping the 500 mark. mat measuring 20 feet by 20 feet afternoon to down the University Louis Smith, 6-3, 6-1; and Schultz

I and 14 five feet by 10 feet mats of Georgia, 6-3. knocked off Marvin Carpenter, 8- FlynnWebbDuo

Speedy relief for Mainside have been obtained. The larger 6, 63.
The Navy netters will be out
bowlers: American division leader mats enables six or eight people TUlfcOLLEGIANS took home Snares2BaIl
to even their record at 2next .
ComFairJax is bemoaning the to work out while only two can points on wins by Ed Lary who
Tuesday when Duke .University'snet
fact that four of its five team train on the smaller mats. defeated George Woods 6-0, 6-3;
squad comes to Jacksonville
members already have transferorders Interested personnel are still Fred Dean who won out over Play ,
for a match on the Boone Park
in their hands and will be urged,to participate and give the courts at 1300. Gordon Eldridge 8-6, 6and; The mixed two-ball golfing duo ,

leaving the Station in the near judo sessions a try. Don Hartsfield's 6-4 2.6, 7-5.decision ol Vi Flynn and Harry Webb
future.. over Jax's Jimmy Brown.
walked off with
Al Kussy, Bob Sanginari liar- Hamro Winner In Presbyterian College last week in In doubles play, Bell and Cand' this past weekend All-Station by claiming honors .
its opener', then dropped a matchto
Mielke land
old Atchison and Fred all defeated Carpenter and five-stroke

are leaving soon, which could HIM Isgey Play the University of Florida Sat- Smith of Georgia 6-4, 6-2; Leon runner-up a combination victory of over Comdr.the

mean that the American division urday afternoon before winning Wilson and Woods downed Lary
and Mrs. Don
The weekly Blind Bogey golf Hardy.
battle may soon perk up a bit. A Sunday. and Dean Georgia, 6-0, 6-0; and
tourney had only one first place The Hardys tallied
fifth Fleet Air bowler, Joe Mar- Both matches were played on Eldridge and Schultz beat Forehand gross scores
winner this, week, but second of 100 in each of the
low, also expects to be trans- the 5th and Perry Street urts. and Hortsfleld of Georgia,
place merchandise prizes and Sunday 18-hole hikes
ferred soon.. Jack Candland, Hunter Bell 6-1, 6-2. ,
.S awarded to three other golfers. their 152 net score which included -

Gary Harare took the regu- a 48 stroke handicap was still
A of ol timers will
group try 'Freelance Bowhunters9
larly-scheduled Saturday event Eye five strokes off the 147 pace set
to whittle the generation
younger with a 72, garnered on an 18-hole ,. by the winners.
down to size when the NATTCenter -
intramural Softball season :total of 102 and a 30 stroke Contest Shooting, HuntingTemporary THE FLYNN-WEBU team carded

handicap. an 88 on Saturday, a 91 on
April 16. The "house of I
opens Kay Mills, Ray Kennedy and A new Archery Club, open to
officers Sunday and carried a 36-hola
David nine Is the NATTCenter were elected -
all Station civilian military
Dick Mobley all scored 79'sthe or
Administration entry, which at the first meeting, with W. handicap of 32 strokes.
personnel formed at NATTCenter -
second number drawn out of
boasts a number of Boatswain's this week. .- :JT. Weatherby being chosen as Jax Navy golfer Bill Scar-
Mate MAA's with at least 12 the hat and were awarded committee chairman; Rose Wea- brough teamed with Mrs. Casey
prizes. Mills had 99 The club has been named the
runner-up a
Maze to win the Second Flight title
years of Naval service each to therby as secretary and treasurer;
and a 20 handicap; Kennedy "Free-Lance Bowhuntcrs" and is with total of 153
their credit. P. T. Underwood, field captain; J. I a eight
scored an 81 with a 2-stroke advantage open to anyone wishing-to get in strokes better than the 161 fired
Coach Carl Smith, BM3, says R. Rinn, assistant field captain, I
and Mobley potted a 94 a little contest shooting and some
Frank Richards
by and Berta
that his boys er men, that Is I and Fred Guenther, range super- -
with a handicap of 15 strokes. occasional hunting.
should be one of the most surprising visor. .... Burger. .
teams in/the loop if they can Club meetings and contest Other Second Flight scores included

just unlimber those ..tired. old shoots are planned for each Sat- 163's by'the teams of Mr.

bones. urday at 0930, and future plans and :Mrs. Wilbur Stone, Comdr.

b '* S I call for several field trips. and Mrs. Roy Reed and Comdr.
The Jax Navy boxing team was ; Anyone interested lit joiningthe and Mrs. Howard Greer.

I invited to participate in the Infantry organization may obtain information THE BEST TWO rounds firedin

Center Inter-Service Invitational by contacting committee the tourney on a net basis were

Boxing Tournament at rT chairman Weatherby at ex- posted by First Flight third-place

Fort Benning Ga. late this month yu tension 8524. winners, Mrs. A. B. Conner and

but had to decline in favor of t Joe MacDonald who scored an

the .Sixth Naval District tourneyat ] Seeks To Have U. S. 83 and an 82 for a net total of
Memphis.Fort I 165. But the duo had only a 12-

Beaning, reputed to have V Finance Olympic Entry stroke handicap and'had to settle

one of the best amateur gloves K + for third.
squads in the country, is sponsor- Rep. Torbert Macdonald (D- On the Sunday 18-hole stretch
Mass.) t is sponsoring a'measure the Conner-McDonald duo held
ing the event which will include
that would have the U. S. government for eight holes and droppedone
16 of the finest military teams on par
the Eastern Seaboard. pay all necessary expensesof birdie for a 10-over par

Jacksonville and NAS Pensa- athletes who participate in the score of 82.

cola were the two Navy installa- Olympic Games at Melbourne Prizes were awarded to ihe

tions invited to the affair which Australia, next winter.A first place finishers and runner-

opens March 28. 'nine-letter winner at Harvard up duos in each division.
where lie captained the + 5 .
.; a football team Rep. Macdonaldsaid Just heard about a cannibal

65 In 56 FOUR FIREBALLS Pert and pretty are these four "fire- passage of the bill would who was expelled from school-

balls", champions of the NATTCenter enlisted wives bowline give the U. S. an opportunity to seems he buttered up too many
a league. Left to right are Rose Weatherby, Barbara Uohnan, Elsie
Bernard, and Virginia Waggoner. Not shown is Rath Zellenhofer.a assemble the best possible {earn. teachers.Page .

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22 March 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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Linksmen Bow Fliers Open Diamond Campaign ,

To Georgia U.; K. U. Nine

Sanford NextThe ,k .a F S'ov rY March 28-29 Against

Jax Navy Fliers golf squad lax Navy baseball Flier Coach Frank McCaffrey was beginning to wonder this week

fell victim to a three-year jinx : if he'll have to "suit up" for the Fliers' home opener with Kentucky University whichis

Sunday when it was defeated by less than a week away .
the University of Georgia, 17%-
The Fliers meet the Wildcats in,
9%, in a match played on the next' weeks of practice the squad has outer pastures.
series beginning
Station course. a two game whittled itself down to under 20 WITH A FEW BREAKS the

The collegians had revlously ) Wednesday, March 23, at Mason both, players and no replacements are pitching staff may not be too' bad,
a Field, playing jingle games
He has two
wrecked unbeaten seasons for the Wednesday and Thursday after- definitely forthcoming. McCaffrey says.
Navy linksters two years in a sized the team's southpaws already in Jim Boroff
at 1600.
noons McCaffrey up
rx and Frank Jankunis and hopes to
before whipping them Sun-
row When contacted Earlier in the strength thusly
obtain another in the next few

day.THE FLIERS play next March than week,optimistic McCaffrey about was slightly his team's less The infield has the greatest days. But he still needs at least,

28 in a road match atSanford chances this He explainedthat depth of any department and is a couple of righthanders to carry
season. i
Navy. is perhaps the brightest spot in an the team over a long 70-game
most of his troubles stem:
off to bad otherwise dark situation. At least schedule.
Jacksonville got a from lack of personnel in key
start against Georgia when its two players are still vying for BUT THE WORST, OF ALL,

top seeded duo of Bill Scar- .4 14 '55 '. positions.Early reports this Spring show-i most positions and hitting the squad needs a capable cat-

brough and Joe MacDonald picked ed that baseball interest was very strength is fairly strong. cher; Jim Basilierc of the NAS

up only *& point out of a posSible f".uyY high after a two-year layoff from The outfield is another story Dispensary was handling the

nine against ,the best from the varsity program, and some Good fielders are scarce, and the backstop chores until this week,

Georgia, Jack Lumpldn and Hugh 30-35 candidates showed up at squad badly needs fence-busting but he left the Station on a TAD

Royer. Mason Field late last month for hitting strength.The Fliers' coach basis and will be gone for nearlya

Lumpkin defeated Scarbrough, the opening try outs. mentioned he might have to month.So .
3-0, and Royer downed MacDon his infield to the
BUT AFTER ONLY about three switch half of paraphrasing the poem:
aid, 2before LumpkSn and "The outlook wasn't brilliant for

Royer paired to drop the Jaxons, the Flier nine this week "

3.-). ---- .. .----....- >. .; : At any rate, McCaffrey hopes
THE FLIERS' better efforts FLIERS' SOUTHPAW PROSPECT \ '*'. .1 ... ..'
"' .J' ..\ 't'. .j .,- ,.,' that any prospective pitchers or
built around Chuck Sum- VC -Q Intramuralstar
were -
catchers, or ballplayers of any
mit and Bob Thejl who won their Jim Boroff rates as one for ;' : ,, ; sort, will come out of hiding before -
of the hurling prospects ;
top :\ :; .
respective matches from Earl ,, next week and the
Fliers who give var-
the Jax Navy: open 1 't t ? .
? : \
Bowden and Dick Doetsch of March 28 with University: of '. .:, A/ :....' .''!!'f ( #. .' ,,':.;" r '11'.;"" it.1'. sity a lift. \
Georgia by 2%-% scores. Kentucky: at Mason Field. The ): i" .i, ,; .
Jake Howard of the visitors Fliers open with fire games In : : ; t .: : "
six days.: 4''t : > .
knocked off Jax's Don Glass, 2%- : ] Fairfax Meel
%, and then Howard and Bowden

combined to defeat Glass and WeekA
ball Open This
Summit, 2u.Spirits' ... illainsideSoft Same Old Story: Fairfax, VA1 72 four-week golf tourney

Meeting FridayPlans for ComFairJax staff person- ...

High for the 1956 Mainside Picture nel began: this week, tourna-
softball season will be formu- Heading Mainside Bowling ment director Lt. Dave

As lated at a meeting tomorrow, Barksdale announced.The .
j March 23, at 0930 in the The races in both divisions of week to American division keg- tourney will consist of

Drills Special Services offices, BuildIng Mainside Bowling League tightened lers was that four of the Com 72 holes, played in four 18holerounds

Open 930. just slightly this week, but FairJax team's top men already and will be on a han-

If the batting averages of the All activities planning to ComFairJax and the Bluebolts have their orders to depart NAS dicap, medal play basis.

1956 Crackerjax softball team are,! field teams in the league are i from VA-172 still hold respectiveleads Jax, thus dropping the ,strengthof Pre-tourney favorites are

as high as the spirits were Monday urged to send representativesto of 6 games and 5 games the league leaders by about Comdr. Don Hardy and Conidr.

evening, it should be. a great 1 the meeting. Entries will over their division opponents. 80 per cent. The Fleet Airmeg) J. R. Dierker, both of whom
softballers. 30 1600. i were idle this week. have been assigned 11 stroke
season for the Wave close on March at
I Probably the best news of the handicaps on the basis of two18hole
Nearly 20 girls turned out for II MEANWHILE, the front-run
the opening tryouts, and practices qualifying
ning Bluebolts in the National
will continue daily at 1700 for the
division stayed well ahead of the
next week or two on the Waves'
field. I pack with a "3-1 decision over Navy Shooters

At the present time, the strongest VA-175, with all five bowlers tallying Score In Jax

position, says Coach Matt totals ranging from 429 to

Kurilich, is' the pitching staff 466. Mike Lacorte led the losers Pistol ActionSome

which boasts the addition of with a 200 game and a 546 set.

several new hurlers to three Jv te Fasron 6's. consistent alley 75 North Florida pistol

members of last year's mound threat, Palmer Starnes) led near- shooters, including 18 gunmen

corps. ly 20 other bowlers with 500-plus frbm the Jax Navy club, braved
But the team isweak in the r ..
scores during the week: Starnes some rather high winds last Sun-

outfield positions, Kurilich adds, bowled a 573 with' a 201 game, day to fire on the Main Street

and he urges all interested service and his teammate Herb Sargent Pistol range in the largest match

women to come out to the z fired a 553 at the same time in a I held for the past four months.

daily: practices.The Ft match with Communications.DON I Seventeen shootersand
regular season for the : one civilian from the Navy
NITZ of VP-16 scored a
Wave athletes is tentatively team were on hand to participatein
554 set in a match with VAIM,
scheduled to open April 13, but the regular monthly Jar Police
but it didn't help the Patrolmentoo
an opponent for that date.has not ,, ; i L41 Pistol Club meeting.
much as they lost to the Attackers
yet been named. Included in the group. were
31. N. C.
Included on the Crackerjax Viregido de La Cruz, E. H.
schedule this year are such clubsas .0 4'SY Kfjjf y %' paced the winners with a 544 Schwartz, N". A. Pratt, B. J.

NAS Pensacola, the Fort McPherson xwi outburst. Maxik, Fred Feakes, A. Sheldon, '

WACs from Atlanta, Second-place VF-22 of the Na- P. IL Lebesquc, H. R. Abney,

Parris Island women Marines;. tional division cut two games off Guigno Carapellotti,M. S. Thompson -.

Eglin AFB, and possible games the leaders' margin by downing and Walter Bowen of NATT

with Norfolk and Patuxcnt River VW-3, 4-0, and VC-C2 kept pace Center; and John Lepley, E. A.

with the Bluebolts by winning, Parker, G. J. Cronin, C P. Russell -

\ 3-1, over VF-43 with A. F. Feller II and Ralph Allen 67 FAW-11.

Waves.SPORTS racking up a 566 set in the proc-. Jack Lawrence of the 0 It &

ess. ( Planning Dept completed the

Current standings of TuesdayA.M. group.

SCHEDULE. ( .), March 20, are:
For Week of March 22 -28
W L Pet. B-B 36 4 '.900.
Tennis: Jax Fliers vs. Duke
ComFairJax 37 3 .925 VF-22 31 8 775
Univ. at Boone Park, March 27. .
of Supply 31. .775 VC-62 :21. .150V
Golf: Jax Fliers at Sanford
FAW-11 30 14 .681 AU-! 30 18 .625
Navy: March 23.
Boathouse 28 16 .636 Fasron 6 25 15 .625
Baseball: Jax Fliers vs. Kentucky -
Personnel 27 17 .614 A.Cj 27 IT .6H
U. at Mason Field, March ..dfi: --lU
!tti'7t. "'..wr '" """.1' 18 29 (single games each day )
VETERAN CRACKERJAX Four el the seven members Spec.Serv. 25 19 .568 VP-16 18 22 .440
at 1600. of last :Tear's Crackerjax softball combine back for another go'at NAMTD 22 18 .550 VF-43 U 20 .350
Boxing: Sixth Naval District It are front (left to right) Carol Usher, SN, and Diane Fttzpatrlek -
tournament at NAS Memphis SN, and back row' Ann Cooper, (left) oct Nancy Ward, Dispensary 19 21 .475 VW-4 13'1 .295
SN. looser and Fitzpatrick will share much et the hurling chores o & R 19 21 .475 A-175 11t .275
1 Softball: Meeting for all Main- this season, while Cooper, an Infielder, and Ward, eateher, are Waves 8 28 .322 A-172 H-S 10 3' 227
side League representatives at expected to wield the heavy: Jumber. The Waves open the eeasim
Public Works 7 37 .159 VF-173 2 3. .059)
0930, Friday, March 23. on April 13.

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SAFETYBox Suggestions .'; :lt.:: :'

Score ((Continued from Tiff 1)) '., 1PROTESTANT

scribed uniform or equipment -

Disabling Injuries Through shall be worn at the same time \

that civilian clothes are worn,
Tuesday, March 20
This Month 0 except articles which do not Thursday, March 22
present a distinctive naval .
This year 0 appearance \ 1900 All Saints Choir Re
such 'as raincoats J
Days Since Last .
shoes, socks, gloves linen and
Saturday March 24
Lost-Time Accident 09 ,
underwear. < 1000 Cathechetical Instruc- 1

When! civilian clothing I is tion (Lutheran) for children. '

worn, naval personnel shall Sunday, March 25

mmmmFOR ensure that their dress and 0800 Episcopal Communion

personnel appearance are ap- t, Service, Chaplain Nickelson.
propiate for the'occasioii and :
RENT 0930 Sunday School for ages
will not tend to bring discredit 4 '
through adults.
3 bdrm. hse. 5153 Pennant Dr.
EV '93185. Herrin. upon the naval service. Civi- 0930 ..-> Service of Divine Wor
lian dungarees'or levls) (blue
ship, Chaplain Carpenter.
3 bdrm. hse. $85. Milwaukee
denim, khaki wash clothes, or 1100 Service of bivine Wor-
Ave., Orange' Fk. CO 4-4112.
Klngry. similar, material) will not be kjt ship, Chaplains Griffin. and Stevenson -
worn a's an article of civilian
2 bdrm. hse. $90. 5008 Cumber iJ '
land Rd. EV 9-7148. Robinson. clothing.. ; 1900 The United Fellowshipof

3 bdrm. turn. apt. 3664 Hcdrick Enlisted personnel residing : Protestants. Building 804.. .
St Bryan. I aboard: the station Dewey Monday, March 26
Park JESTERS REUNION '- Brother welcomed, brother aboard
may have in 1900
their Lutheran Instruction
possession -
4 rm. unfurn. apt. $65. 1535 Fighter .
Squadron Jut week when Jack Lee Krull, .AA, reported
Dancy St EV 74708. Rogers. civilian clothing which to the Jesters and joined his brother Terry Jo Krull, AA, Classes, Building 502.

3 bdrm. turn. apt. $75. 1506 River I maybe kept in enlisted quar- Comdr. Roy Reed, squadron skipper, welcomes Jack while Terry 1930 Latter Day Saints' Ser-
ters the looks on'with approval. Hailing from Bonduel Wise the vice. '
on or in Dewey"Park brothers.
Blvd. Ext.
Park. 8151.
Orange work together In the VF-17J parachute loftNew.
Page. housing, or stowed in Tuesday, March 27

3 bdrm. hse. 5118 'Marlene Ave., regularly assigned barracks 1900 <- Presbyterian Instruction -

Lake Shore. EV 9-4640. Dollar. lockers. Info On l Iowa Tax Classes, Hospital' Chapel. ..
; .
Turn apt. 2660 Forbes St. EV 7- 1900 Christian Science Class.

3697. Snow. CIVILIAN CLOTHING may 1930 Bible Study .Group,

5 rm. apt. '3529 Cyress St., Mur- also be worn while on authorized Taxable Levels Slated Building 804.

ray HilL EV 9-9516. Cadore. leave or liberty. Personnel Thursday, March 29
3 rm. apt. Gar. 2512 College S t. proceeding on or returning (This is the seventh in a series of articles on state income tax laws.) : 2000 Maundy Thursday Com-
(By Armed
Press Service
EV 72475. Smith. from leave or liberty, attiredin The Navy Department has received new information on the munion, Chaplain Carpenter.StLuke's .

3 rm. turn gar. apt. $65. 4665 civilian clothing, shall pro Iowa state tax situation. Returns must be filed on a net incomeof ChapelNaval

Headley St. EV 9-4956. Cole- ceed directly between their $1,125 if single or separated, $1,750 if married and on a gross ( Hospital, Protestant),
barracks Sunday. School and
man. or enlisted quartersand income of $2,500. Returns are due April 30. Payment may be in Nursery.

3'rm.. turn apt $60. 1269 Wolfe the entrance-exit gate of installments with the first one due with the :returns 0930 .
St. EV 8-1327. Grant. the Station, except as may be -' Divine Worship -

2 bdrm. apt. 204* River Rd., otherwise authorized herein. The following is a continuation ment may be in installments with Chaplain, William-A. Swers..
of the listing of states that have 1900 Tuesdays Instruction
the first one due'with the returns. ,
Orange Pic. CO 49488. An Enlisted personnel
are pro"hibited
drews. from income tax laws and how these All compensation for active servo- class for personnel of Presbyterian
traveling to
or laws affect members of. the armed Ice is excluded from income or Reformed background;
2 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $70. Hamil from work in civilian attire. gross"
forces. for members of the armed forces. Hospital Chapel.
ton and Marquette. EV 8-4956. Personnel participating in
Manser. recreational 'athletic activities Returns NORTH CAROLINA-.Returns I

3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. $85. 3888 may wear appropriate athletic 'must be filed on any taxable 'income must be filed on a net income of Sunday Mass 0800, 0900A
Valencia Rd. Avondale. 8 from interests or dividends. 1000, St. Edward's Chapel.
clothing while participating in more than $1,000 if single or a
1053. Hollehan. Joint returns are not permitted. Saturday Mass,'0630.
the married woman with a separate *
event, and while proceed.ingto'
2 dble. rm. apt.-1613.King St.,EV and from the site of- Exemptions are$600 for each tax. income ,and. on..,a pet income of Daily Mass, 0630.
Returns Sanday"06301 Mass gat*the
8 9710. Jones. payer. and payment are
$2,000 a married man living
providing such athletic -
2 furn. wk. 2148 RosselleSt. I due May 1. Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruction
apt $8 attire is complete and ?. with his wife by the tnd of 1955. classes,.Building 463..
EL 5-6374. Emery. presentable. The latter authorization NEW MEXICO-Returns must A married serviceman is' considered
Wednesday 1930 Lenten Devotions
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. $75. 2580 docs not include swim- be filed on gross incomes of $1- to be living with his spouse at

Riverside AVe. EV 8-7904 (after ming trucks, except at the 500 or more if single and $2,500or \\U he is separated only byr,reason includes Stations St Edward's of the Cross Chapel and,

1800)). Cowart. site of the' eventWEARING .more if married.: Exemptionsare of military orders.A Benediction.

Business women to share 2 bdrm. $1,500* if single, $2,500 if married return also is required for a Thursday Services at 1930.
apt. 2580 Riverside Ave. $50. and $200 for each
dependent. .
OF shorts and/or gross income of more than $5,000 *
EV 8-7904 (after 1800). Cowart.
bathing suits by women per Returns are due April 15. Pay- from a business or profession. A From Apostolic Times Holy
sonnel while entering or leav ment may be in installment with Joint return is not permitted unless Mother Church has taken care

3 bdrm. hse. 5153 Pennant Dr., ing the Naval Air Station on the first one due with the returns.' income is from Jointly owned each year to celebrate the principle
Venetia Terrace. EV 9-3185.
Herrin. foot or in public vehicles or NEW YORK-Returns must be1 property. Active service pay can. mysteries of our Redemption,

passenger buses is prohibited. filed on a combined net incomeand not be excluded except for the namely the passion, death and
3 bdrm. hse. 5212 Pennant Dr...
.Shorts may be"worn in private net capital gain of $1,000 or month of January 1955. resurrection of Our Lord Jesus
Ext,. 8273 or EV 7-4419. Holt
automobiles. Halters bandana more if single or separated, $2,500or Christ with '
an absolutely singu
2 bdrm. hse. 3209 Randal. EV 9- Exemptions are $1,000 if single
9837. Bounds. tops, and bathing suits may be more if married or head of or a married woman with a sep lar commemoration.*
worn only in automobiles family or on a combined gross in In the beginning these rites
2 bdrm. C. B. hse. 4803 IrvlngtonAve. arate income, $2,000 if a marriedman
when covered by come and capital gain of $5,000 or .were performed the
adequate head on same day
EV 7-1984 or Ext. 8548, or a household or If
beach robe. more. Net income is computed a widow widower with of the week and at the same hoursof
Eldridge. or a minor
Proper shorts without deduction of capital loss the day that the sacred
apparel consists myste-
child and for
4 rm. hse. Gar. 1916 BurkholterCircle $300 each dependent
of suitable length and size es. Exemptions are $1,000 if sin ries occurred.
East. EX 8-5174. Bow of. a taxpayer entitledto
man. shorts with shirt or blouse. gle, $2,500 if married or head of the $2,000 exemption. Returnsare During the middle ages they

Attire of this nature will be a family and $400 for each dependent due began for various good reasons to
2 bdrm. hse. 3255 Erencst St. EV by April 15. Paymentmay
7-3152. Comstock. permitted in Navy Exchange be in installments with the set an, earlier time for the performance -

2 bdrm. hse. $49. 5255 Camille activities. Returns are due April 13. Pay- first one due with the returns. of liturgical services on
those days, so that gradually allth.ese
Ave EV 9-8680. Roberts. NORTII DAKOTA Returns :

2 bdrm. hse. Equity, $50. Sabn 4 must be filed on a net Income of services were. transferred
.to the morning.
Dr. EV 41495. Camfield. at least $600 .if single or separated .. ,
rc- This is certainly( to,be regretted,
2 bdrm. hse. 6226 Dr.,
Pennant on at least $1,500 if marriedor since these liturgical services ofHoly
West. EV 7-4959. Blessinger. head of a household and on a
Week are endowed with a
Use., Trailer. 10839 NormandyBlvd. gross income of at least $5,000.
stngulardtgnity and also a -
EV 7-6430. Rermade. Exemptions are $600 if single, $1,. sacramental force and efficacy special .
MISCELLANEOUSWanted 500 if married or head of a household
nourishing Christian life.
rider from Riverside and $600 for each dependent
After due consultation and consideration -
area to NAS. Hrs. 0730 1600. All active
service is ex
s4 p; pay the Holy Father has
Ext. 365 or EV 8-1433.. Mrs. empt. Returns are due April 15. decreed that the Sacred Liturgy

Hare. Payment'may "be in installments of Holy Week be restored to its

1 Wanted riders to Calif. Leavingfirst with the first one due with the earliest and more hours,
week in April Ext. 559. returns. Members of the armed '
so that not only the day but-also
? Worster.. forces have a deferment on returns
the time of the services will be

;1 and, filing until the, 15th more in .accord with solemn

P SPG day of the sixth month following .. they commemorate.The .

'.. RA R E AIS TtT discharge., .. time order then for the

HEATS IT OHIO-No personal income tax services at St. Edward's Chapel

1,. HUES BQSii AT but residents of some cities and the last three days of Holy Week

.., RTS H6R bafy W yrr M gd Y7uw trf municipalities may be liable for are as 'follows: Holy Thursday

PIPBannaaua HO 03 state income tax. 1930; Good Friday- 1530;; Holy'

EL L HaasAnswer (The list of state tax laws will Saturday 2100.Appropriate .

R TURBINE CAR The "Sacflrebold", a unique gas-turbine be continued.). booklets will be
H RET auto assembled in a hobby shop at Offutt AFB, Neb., rets a color > available so that all present may
over from three of Its developers. It has been labeled as one of The hand that lifts the cup follow the Sacred Rites with
DD 5
the most satisfactory simple developments in fas-turbine vehicles.
The ear was on display at the National Roadster show held during that cheers should not be used understanding and spiritual profit -
( to Page 3 puzzle) February. to shift the gears.