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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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I I Your Gift To Health, Joint Crusade Is Most Important

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Tourney Underway JfI X Your Contribution To

At Mainside Gym Health Joint Crusade?

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Vol. 18 No. 49 U. S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 23 February 1961

30-Yr. Pins Civilians Eyed For 'Job

Go To FourEmployees Study Possible End To

Mess Cooking DutiesNo

Four employees of the more mess cooking for the Navy's non-rated per-

sonnel .
Naval Air Station were pre- ?

sented with the Navy's an- r _____ Yes, the Navy is studying the possibility of hiring civil-

chor-type pin for thirty yearsof ians to do the dish washing, floor scrubbing, trashcollectingand

Federal service Monday. other: jobs commonly done by non-rated men in the

Capt. James R. Reedy, com- Navy's mess halls.The civilian replacement only to
Navy is not thinking of I
manding officer, presented the
those nonrated men working in
coveted lapel emblems to Beu- ._. "if replacing the commissarymen and I galleys and messhalls.

lah M. Wise, Supply Department, other rated men associated with THE NAVY'S HAS been doing
and L. Lucas Industrial feeding the Navy. These specia-
Mary ,
this thing at Guam
lists will continue in their jobs. very same .
Relations Department in cer- :. for time. Over there, how-
emonies. labor costs are much
the present time at NAS Anacostia ever
cheaper than in the U. S.
to see if civilian contract
pin for almost 10 years service Another experiment along the
workers can replace nonratedmen
with the Veterans' Administration same lines has been going on
and than 20 civilian in its galley without costingany
more years '\ for several years at the Naval

duty here at NAS Jax. more money. Station,. Treasure Island, Calif.

Miss Lucas was also presentedan HONORED FOR SERVICE-Capt. James R. Reedy. com More tests are expected to take There, Civil Service employeesare
award for service includingover manding officer of NAS Jax. discusses careers of civil service place in the near future at NAS
with two employees after presenting them the coveted anchor being used to replace Navy
one-and-a-half civil- Quonset Point and Naval Sta-
years type 30-year pin. Mary L. Lucas (second from left), of the Industrial mess cooks. But lack of money
ian duty with the Veterans' Administration Relations Department and Beulah M. Wise. of Supply tion, Newport, R I. and limits on personnel have

almost 14 years Department join the growing list of Station employees who The Naval Supply Researchand made the results of this test

with the Department of Agricul- have reached the 30.year service milestone. Two others who Development Facility at inconclusive although
received 30-year pins Sam Graham of Public Works and ,
ture, over 15 years with the Edwin Hicks of Security are absent from the photo. Bayonne, N. J., is conducting the flhe experiment is being con

Civil Service Commission and study in an attempt to find a tinued.

two-and-a-half years here aboard solution to the ancient problemof

the Station. AnnualFireReportReleasedByDistrict getting rid of the morale-

Also receiving 30-year pins but busting chores that go with Grosse lie Reserves

not present for the ceremonieswere feeding the Navy.

Sam A. Graham, Public
BOTH THE ARMY and Air Holding ExercisesSpecial
Works Department, and Edwin S.
Force have experimented with
Hicks Security Department. exercises,
The Sixth Naval Naval District's annual fire report for the 'employment of civilians in
GRAHAM'S 30.YCAR pin is conducted by naval air reserve
fiscal year 1961 shows that NAS Jax had more fires than messhalls. But in their cases
for his four Navy duty, units from Grosse He, Mich.,
other commands in the district, but that the monetary loss they tried to contract for all the
six years civilian duty with will conclude today at NAS Jax.
services connected with feeding
was small.
Veterans' Administration, overa quite inal sum. The exercises, with emphasison
There were a total of 182 fires their troops-including the cook-
here at Naval Air Gun- safety and featuring loadingof
year aboard the Station. One hundred As in previous years the great- ing, baking and serving. i
nery School, and almost 19 years rockets and arms and target
and thirteen of these building est number of fires in I
were buildings into
They promptly ran a
duty here at NAS Jax. practice, is the columination of
Hicks received the coveted i fires and 69 were from other occured in those occupied by problem that would be an even the two weeks active duty

causes, the report shows. personnel for residential and in the to
award for over 14 years civilian recreation bigger one Navy-how training for the reservists from

duty at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, THE STATION sustained a I purposes, such as barracks provide a place for rotation for Ohio, Michigan and Pennslyvania. -

Pa; over a year civilian duty at monetary loss of $1,726 for the I I dwelling units, MOQ's and their food men between overseas .

Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va.; and year due to fires. This figurewas BOQ's and clubs throughout the and U. S. duty. Participating are Air Wing
almost 15 years civilian duty here. quite neglible compared with I district.: These building fires ac- The Navy's avoiding that I I Staff 73, Naval Air Reserve

two building fires at M CAS I (Please Turn To Page 6, Col. 3)) problem by limiting the possible (Please Turn To Page 3, Col. 3))

Miami, Fla., that resulted in a I .' n ..,. .".., .
Civilian Blood loss of $80,775. This was the .
f.i7f\. ....
largest monetary loss in the dis- '

Donor Day Set trict.The NAS Fire Division also ; ') % 1,, N _

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answered 39 false alarms aboard

For March 1 the Station and 10 off Station,

largest number of false alarmsin
Civilian Blood Donor Day is
the district.
scheduled for next Wednesday,
Station Fire Chief Don Moran
March I, at the Mainside Dis-
points out that every fire can be
pensary in Building 8. Types "A"
prevented through vigilance on
and 0" are needed.
I the part of all personnel aboard ) c
All civilian employees with
i the station, both military and
one of these types who are eli- i
civilian. His observation in a
gible to donate blood are being
study of fire alarms discloses
urged to do so. Hours of donat-
that fires could be reduced by
ion will be, from 0830 to 1045. _
Those volunteering to donate at least one half, if the provisionsas 1M'
outlined in NAS Jax Instruc-
should not eat a heavy break- "\. ;f.I:
tion 1132.1c were observed by >:;'v'
fast that morning. It's suggested, "
all hands. 'j-' "1
In fact, that breakfast limited to ; :,

citrus juice, toast with jelly or THERE WAS a slight decrease,

marmalade, and black coffee. district-wide, in the number of rr :

It's important that donors do fires resulting in loss to Navy ;

not eat any fatty foods or drink ,property. The total monetaryloss _< '. &0_

liquids during the four hours and loss per fire are less ROCKET LOADING- R. T. Hogan CMC hands a rocket to R. G. Erdman. AOl, as naval

before time for which the donation than last year. Based on the air reservists from Air Wing Staff 73 and Maintenance Unit 731 from Grosse lie, Mich. preparefor

is scheduled. value of district property pro. a training exercises to be held here this we eke The men are among the 200 reservists from
: billion Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania who normally' train at Grosse He on weekends and who are
estimated at
blood ected ( one
After donating employees here for their annual two weeks active duty training. Observing the procedure at the right are
will be able to get a light dollars) the loss experienced in (left to right) Comdr. William Wells skipper of NARTU 731; Comdr. C. C. Rock. commandingofficer

snack at the Civilian Cafeteria. the current year is a very nom- of VA.732; and Comdr. Robert Defoe. Air Group Commander.



23 February 1961 I
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Cept. J.... R. Reedy Commending Officer
Camdr. Robert .11Oft Imcuthre Officer
NAB Six) fleet" Air JeckeeRvtlle
tear Adm. Kenneth Craig __________ Commander
Cept. Crayaton H. Weber Chief of Staff, Fairfax
Capt. NeIIOft M. HM4 __ Chief of Staff, NAB Six
Heel Air WIlt, I.....
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander : t tt
Cept. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air Technical Training Unit
Cept. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer
Comdr Marlon K. $mItt>- Executive Officer
Naval ttaphal
Cept. William L EngelmenCept. Commending Officer
John 0. F.d.r __ Executive Officer
Capt. P. H. Holt Commanding Officer$
Comdr. William M. Miller ___ Executive Officer 4!

Printed commercially with iton-epproprieted fund In Jeckaonvltle, Florida at no
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958
Ptatrlbuted free ef charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackaonville, "
Naval! Air Station, Navel Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air : ........m., : : ...
beer,. Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoepltal. WITH SAFETY AWARDS-Capt. James J. Davis, NAS Supply Officer, presentsan
Service Information Officer .. Cemdr. Alex N. Mclnnlt Jr. HONORED 12 of envision without a losMime accident. Other em-
English Hilton for Tears sup
Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew H. Mtney an d to shown above, who have compiled safety records, alto received
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOI; Staff Reporteri-Sandy Martinson, JOSN ployees of the department
Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer Beccarl, PH2. awards. .
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International

Councils of Industrial Editors. Seek More Pay For SafetyAwardsPresentedAt
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs Ship, Unit SkippersMore
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. and
for ship
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions money
9164, 656 272 or 216. squadron commanders. That is NAS Supply Dept.Civilian .
what the Navy wants to do

with the extra pay authorizedby employees of the NAS Supply Department have com-

Show That You Care! Congress for officers in piled 115 impressive years of supervisory and driving safety with-

'jobs of unusual responsibility."I'm out a lost-time accident. E. Stringer, Jr., Clyde E. Whit-

out to make the posi- Capt. J. J. Davis, Supply Of- aker and Aubrey F. Wilson, Jr.;

Give For Health NowTo tion of commanding officer ofa ficer, presented pins and awardsto Five Years, Otto E. Gundel and
fleet or
fighting and at out-
individuals shops Thomas E. Rowden, Jr.; Two
unit the most sought after job
door ceremonies held last Wed- Samuel L. Mott.
( acquaint personnel participating in the Federal Service in the Navy," Vice Adm. Wil- years,
Fund Raising Campaign National Health and the Joint Crusade, liam Smedberg, Chief of Navy nesday. Frank E. James received a
the Jax Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and figuresof said. The following shops received one year Materials Handling and
these agencies). Personnel awards for working 12 consecu- Construction Equipment Opera-

Millions/ Doomed Unless tive months without a charge- tors Award.
New Order Nixes able accident: Storage Branch,
One person dies of cancer every two minutes. Stores 1, 5, 6; Material Screen-

Cancer now takes the lives of 250,000 Americans annually, and Payoff GiftsDon't ing and Identification Section,
will strike 40,000,000 now living unless current rates are checked.Of Fuel Stores Section; Auxiliary Scouting
these 27,000,000 will die. go looking for gifts to
Section 1
Think of that! What a shocking revelation! activities from people who Stores Branch, Shop
(O&R), Shop Section 2 (Main
YES CANCER IS DEADLY, when uncontrolled. It strikes one may want favors from you in I
and Traffic Branch Re- SquadronsFAW.ll
Station ,
in four and only one in three will survive. Last year this disease return or who want a lot of )
took the lives of 4,000 children under 15 years old. publicity. The Secretary of the ceiving, Delivery, Packing and

The American Cancer Society's education program aims to alert Navy will refuse any such do- Shipping.
the public to the life-saving importance of early detection. The nations. Supervisory accident preven- M. D. Fowler, PN1, was grad-

service program looks to needs of those who get cancer and the SecNav in a change tion award for 12 years of sup- uated from the local Commander
research program seeks improved treatment and a cure. to the instructions says covering giftsto ervision with a lost-time acci- Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet

Based on present statistics each family in the United States the Navy or Marine Corpsfor dent was presented to English N. Career Appraisal School on
will be affected by Cancer, which makes the battle against cancera Hilton. January 25. Graduates of this
very personal one. It is up to each individual to protect himself benefit of schools, hospitals, commanding -
and his family by contributing generously toward the conquest of libraries, museums, cemeteries, Supervisory Awards were also school are utilized by
this disease by giving to the National Health Agencies fund cam- "or other institutions under jur- presented to the followingmen officers in career counselingand

paign. isdiction of Department of the with the various years list- in an interviewing capacityin

Here in Jacksonville the Duval County Unit of the American Navy." The change is covered in ed: Six years, Henry H. Beh- the Navy's all-important re-

Cancer Society Society conducts a year-round program of educa- SecNav Instruction 4001.2A. rens, Judah Bono, Harold L. enlistment program.
tion and service. The local unit maintains an information center; Bridges, Turley M. Devevoise, FAW-11 welcome as new arrivals -

supports, partially, two tumor clinics; supplies hospital beds, dress- "Has your husband changed Arthur J. Fraley, William R. : J. D. Jackson, PC3, from
ings, wheelchairs, and other sick room supplies to any cancer
patient upon request.OF much since you married him?" Grimes, Theodore J. Hasle, Ed the Reserve Fleet, Charleston,
"No, but he thinks he has. D. Hoyle, Ira F. Lindsey, Will- S. C.; and A. M. Blackman, AQ2,
THE: CONTRIBUTIONS received from Jacksonville
people He's talking about whata iam E. McDowell William D. from VF-11, NAS Cecil Field.
always ,
45% goes to the local community, 28% to national research, 15%
to the state, and 12% applied to administration, films, literature, fool he used to be." Phillips, Coy Y. Smith, Arthur Blackman I has been assigned

etc. ,....'..,.".,,, ,.......,..... ,................ .".. ..... duty at the Career Information
Help a Youngster Play Ball Centers.

,..,...,. Departing recently for new assignments -
Playing baseball and many other sports and activities is no l ..'.:.......,..........,...../ \. .. were S. Johnson, PN1,
problem for 10-year old Johnny Kemp of Bismarck, N. D., who .<" >:./' .".....?.'<. ___ to VAH-9, NAS Sanford; Alonzo
walks on artificial legs and uses steel hooks in place of hands! i", .. > i Indepen-
:.. ...,': Hall, SN, to the USS
Johnny is one of a quarter million crippled children and adults r dence; and P. A. McGuire, SA,
helped on their way to the rehabilitation by the National Societyfor to the submarine school at New
Crippled Children and Adults. $
< < .< If London, Conn.N. .
The Society, through Easter Seals and its hundreds of affiliated ."(....'.,....., 4 and W. R.
S. Medved
units is tremendous of crippled live ::
doing a job helping persons a ,, <
fuller and happier life. Most crippled persons don't want sympathy. 1....... Thomas, were advanced to Sea-
They want a chance to be useful. They like to feel wanted and j man, this month.
needed. All they ask for is chance to become useful citizens. And .
they can have that chance, only if their neighbors help them,, VA44Attack
through contributions to the National Health campaign.THE Squadron 44 held a

NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR Crippled Children and Adultsis farewell "beer muster" at the
concerned with treatment and rehabilitation of anyone who is following
crippled regardless of cause, disease, congenital defect or otherwise. Officers Club for the Lewis
On a national level the Society last year helped over 130,000 child- Ill departing officers: Lcdr
ren and over 25,000 adults. Morrison and Lt. Charles Bost-

On the local level the Society supports the Easter Seal, Clinic ..: ;, wick, who are leaving for the
,.,. : '*':.' h""., School at
where physical therapy is given to anyone needing it. All treat : )...,. : '::: ::::' ::" Naval Post-Graduate
ments are authorized by a doctor but no charge is made if patient ":,;:,,,, .., r Monterey, Calif; and for Lt.
cannot afford to pay. Last year the local branch administered Douglas McCrimmon, who will

5,000 treatments.In be leaving for Naval Test Cen-

a home-bound project, the branch tries to secure temporary ter, Patuxent River, Md.
work for handicapped until they can resume normal jobs. Last
NUMBER ONE LEADER-Capt. Robert Fleming NATTU The squadron has put out the
year about 10 handicapped children were sent to summer camp
where some learned to walk and swim. commanding officer, congratulates Jack Martin for his selec welcome mat for Lt. J. F. Watson.
lion as honorman of Class 61-B at the graduation
ceremoniesof H.
Of the Funds contributed to the Society for Crippled Childrer the NATTU Leadership School, February 10. Martin, who is Ltjg( ) G. A. Scoffield, Lcdr.and
and Adults, 70% remains in Jacksonville, and 30% goes to the assigned to Training Facilities, was selected over 25 other A. Riedl, Lt. H. I. Young,
national level. non-rated men. His final average was 91.16%. I Lt. L. T. O'Toole.


23 February 1961 lAX AIR NEWS Page 3

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Jr. Officers Can ; <

ClassifiedFor : ;
Get Sub Y e .p.--.. H' ,-"., .
Duty ,, ...... ,--.. . "ctr,1 n': .

Are you an ensign or lieute- I.W Rant

nant (junior grade) and a Reg- Orange Park-2 bdrm home avail
Mar. 1, $65; W. Tarr, SP 49773.
ular Reserve line officer interested
or Furn Apt-4 rmi & bath, gar, $70,
in submarine duty? r- 3859 Henchel; Mri. Clark, EV 71950.

If so, you may attend Subma- Furn or Unfurn Ig. 2 bdrm, elec kit
ih Rosemary Buie, EV 7-6486 after 1700.
rine classes which convene on a z
4645 Post St.-Working lady will share
quarterly basis with the next
house with Navy couple; Mrs. Pansy
class scheduled to convene Oct. Powell, EV 8-4892 after 1730.

1961 at Submarine School, New Sell or Trade-3 bdrm, kit equip, lake-
London, Conn.Applications. vew! prop with right-of-way to lake;
Chief Tiffany, Ext. 8447 or 13487.
for the course this Low Rent-unfurn, 3 bdrm elec kit
coming October are desired from util rm, Inquire at 8601 Roosevelt Blvd;
officers in grade of lieutenant Mrs. Ehland.

(junior grade) whose date of Plymouth St.-2 bdrm, brick duplex,
adult couple, no pets, $90; Boyette,
rank is on or subsequent to July EV 45165.

1, 1959, and of ensign whose date This 'n' That
of rank is prior to Oct. 1, 1960. :. '.::'... t t, Driving to Alameda, Calif opport-
i II" ." ""A< i to assist elderly couple car
Also, applications should reach l "" oI; 6nerJ. unity ; pro-
TENNESEANS ON SUMMER CRUISE-One of the plane vided and pay for all gas & oil; writeto
the Bureau of Naval Personnelnot crews of Naval Ar Reserve Patrol Squadron 793, of Memphis. Adm. Rickover AskedTo Mr. & Mrs. T. D. Thompson, 13425
later than May 1, 1961 using Tenn. is shown above upon arriving here Sunday, for two Gulf Lane, Maderla Beach, St. Petersburg,
the prescribed form required.For weeks active duty training under operational control of Com- Stay On Duty Fla.
further information as to mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Front row (left to right) are Secretary of the Navy John -30A --

procedures, read BuPers Instruc- C. L. Morgan AMI R. A. Spellerberg, AE3: R. L. Boerschig Connally has asked Vice Adm. gentle Quaker, hearing a
ADR2: W. C. Hohman ATN3. Second row Lt (jg) J. E. Rick-
Hyman Rickover to stay on active noise in his house
tion 1520.61 of Nov. 8, 1960. strange one
man; Lt. D. J. Shumate; Comdr. C. A. Bartels skipper Lt.
Individual notification of selected J. W. Gotcher: W. R. McBenge, AOAN: and V. B. Recker. AOAN. duty beyond his normal retirement night, got up and discovered a
or nonselection of of- point. burglar busily at work. He went

ficers applying for submarine The atomic submarine spark- back and got his gun and then

training will not be issued. A Memphis Reserve Units plug will now be able to cone stood quietly in the doorway.

list of officers selected to attend tinue until 1964 when he will be "Friend," he said, "I would do

the October 1961, session of Sub- Train With Air Wind 64 years of age. He would have thee no harm for the world, but
marine School will be promul- been retired next February with- thee standest where I am aboutto

gated by BuPers Notice during out this action.
Naval Air Reserve Pat r 0 I I
June, 1961. methods used for the detectionof
Squadron 793, under the com-
I submerged submarines whichare
mand of Comdr. C. A. Bartels

i FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION and home based at Memphis, members.invaluable in training crew

Tenn., arrived at NAS Jax Sun-
\ day for two weeks of active duty
training of maintenance
training.The .
Charles A. Herget, National nel is a complete' mock-up of
group will be under the
President of the Fleet Reserve the various systems of the P2V shoot"N
operational control of Fleet Air
Association was the guest speakerat Wing Eleven. "Neptune" aircraft whereby all SSs'x' 1
the February meeting of the crew members can learn the i ;

Yukon Branch. His subject was Accompanying Patrol Squadron inner workings of the electircal,
793 will be other units of the
"The More You Sweat in Peace hydraulic, power plants, armament -
The Less You Bleed in War.' He Naval Air Reserve Training Com- and fuel systems.

said that, since 1920 history has mand at Memphis, including a Patrol Squadron 18, a unit of

proved that if you want to re- large aircraft maintenance sup- FAW-11, has been assigned as

main free do not be a friend of port group, representatives of the host to the Memphis group. ;r
Russia. He said, the U. S. must Chief of Naval Air Reserve
remain strong. Training, and Air Wing Staff 79.
Annual Fire
Yukon Branch 126 now has SINCE VP-793 will be flying

over 800 members. New membersat the same type of aircraft, P2V (Continued From Page 1)) I J ( :w

Feb. meeting were: H. B. Neptune, as squadrons of FAW count for 285 of 58% of the total i I

t Dawson R. D. Berg, W. W. 11, they will have an opportunityto fires in buildings.An .

Blackburn, T. Sikes, R. H. Pipes, observe and check out with regular analysis of fires of this

\ P. Y. Parker, A. K. Smith, L. Navy patrol squadrons, type indicates nearly all were )
FRIENDSHIP-Comdr. Ra Iph ,Bishop Commander Fleety
'f D. Helm, M. E. Ruryk, S. H. participate in realistic antisub- the result of carelessness or indifference Air Detachment, Sigonella, Sicil; and skipper of Patrol Squad-

Benjamin, F. C. Fields, A. L. marine warfare training exercises, such as, the careless ron 16, is surrounded by some o:f the 90 homeless boys from an
Young J. Milne, A. L. Strohm, and learn the latest techniquesof dispbsition of smoking materials, orphanage in Catania. Sicily afj t ter he had presented the group

R. E. Williams, J. M. Kangas, B. submarine detection. I smoking in bed, unattended or with a cash gift of 250,000 Lire ($420)). The money was volunl
.\ I arily contributed by men of,VP-16 and VW-12 detachment after
E. Daniell, B. K. Wilson L. E. During its two weeks here, itI Improperly maintained electrical they learned the boys had noNAF hoes.

Payne, J. E. Jewell.. is expected that Patron 793 will applicances and food left unat-

Next meeting will beheld on utilize all available modern tended on stoves

March 16 at 2000 at the meetinghall 'training aids one of which is FIRES IN VEHICLES ac- Jax Squadron Plays Part InPeopleToPeople

4530 120th Street, Yukon, the P2V aircraft operationalflight counted for 104 or 23.6% of fires I

Fla. trainer by which pilotscan other than in buildings. Analysisof

For more info on FRA call safely duplicate all conceivable : the cause of vehicle fires indicated Program

shipmates Lowell Lorbeer, EV- flight and emergency that the majority were sigoneua Sicily; \Specialto .

4-5708, or President Paul Hetz, conditions ,on the ground. Also due. to short circuts, at batteriesor I Jax Air News) Some 90 I Apa explained to the assembled

Timuquana Road SP 1-3068, or available are electronic training in wiring and leaking carburetors homeless boys from the Catania, boys that the American Navy
of fuel piping. I Fliers had given them the
Ext. 8219. devices for simulating actual Sicily area saw the U.S. "People- moneyas
I' Fires in trash containers (Derhp- i to-People" program in action here an expression of international
ster-Dumpsters) accounted for 93 Christian love. This kind of love,
recently when a committee from
or 21% of fires other than in he added, is not bounded by race,
Patrol Squadron 16 and Carrier
buildings. In nearly all cases color, creed, or nationality but is
Airborne Early Warning Squadron -
these fires were caused by careless a true expression of man's regardfor
12 Detachment presented the
disposal of smoking mater- his fellowmen.THE .
group with a cash gift of 250,000
ials.Electrical Italian Lire ($420)).
fires involving elec- tions came about spontaneouslywhen

.;. trical wiring and equipment ac- The money voluntarily contri- personnel from VP-16 and
f counted for 262 or 52.9% of all buted by personnel of the two VAW-12 learned that the home-

fires in buildings. squadrons which are deployed to less group of boys had no shoesto

Careless smoking or the careless NAF Sigonella. VP-16's home wear-and no available funds.

disposition of smoking ma- base is NAS Jax. Father Apa was advised that the

terial continues to be a major COMDR. RALPH F. BISHOP. money was to be provided and

cause of fires in building ac- Commander, Fleet Air Detach- ordered the merchandise. When

counting for 83 or 16.8% of fires ment Sigonella and "Skipper" of the presentation was actually

reported. The same cause was Patrol Squadron 16, headed the made, each boy was wearing his

responsible for most of the firesin representative group that made new pair of shoes.

DempsterDumpsters.FIRES the presentation. The money was Following the brief ceremony,

IN HEATING devices received by the Reverend Biagio the five Navy Committeemenwere
FRA PRESIDENT GREETED-Capt. James R. Reedy. NAS accounted for 61 building fires. Apa, Director of Educatorio Ex- conducted on an informaltour
Jax commanding officer, greets Fleet Reserve Association
president Charles Herget upon his visit to the Station last There were 38 fires in and around celsior Plaia, the Italian organization of the premises by groupsof

Thursday. At right is Lowell Lorbeer, AEC, of Yukon Branchof galley ranges located in Mess that provides a home for the the boys.

the Fleet Reserve Association. who escorted the national Halls, BOQ's and Clubs, and kit- boys.In. When not deployed, VAW12is
president. Herget visited the Yukon Branch and Branch 91 based at NAS Quonset Point.
chen stoves located in dwellings. accepting the gift, Father
during his stop in Jacksonville.


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4 TAX AIR NEWS 23 February 1961

My, My! Everything's Getting Littler And Littler ) If Ya'

In this age of supersonic and littler! day's "family size" birds are your pocket-you can fit some of Ask UsWhat
rockets and it is not
jets a
Turkeys are "reduced"-and two or three pounds. You con- them into your wallet!

cliche to'say the world is how! The one-time husky 10 or I I sume them easily at one meal. Have you seen the new tele- type of motion picturedo

shrinking. Because as you 12 pound birds that could feed a The fat round cigars are now phone? Once about two feet long you prefer; Is it musical,
look around lots of
things on family for a week around "cigarillos." Radios are so small and hung on a wall, it came comedy, tradgedy, mystery,

our planet actually are Thanksgiving time are nix. To-I I I you don't merely carry them in down to desk size some years western, documentary films, or

shrinking.In ago. The new Princess makes the what have ?
recent months ----- --- you, and why
years-even one presently on your table look This question was asked of
-something has happened to huge. It's one-third less in bulk,
aboard and visiting the
ties turkeys, radios, tele- persons
half the weight. A tiny light
cereal boxes. Station by the Jax Air News'Roving
phones, They'regetting
illuminates the dial so youneedn't
smaller, narrower, thin- Reporter."I .
ner shrinking. 4 put on a room light to believe I like comedy the

Take compact cars. They twist dial a number. m :r?<::<<:::; .i. 1.n, best becauseeverybody
@ And look around in the mod- :::; ?f"" x:
and fit into parking spaces the c> wI ern grocery. Cereals now come 1//:. .j 1
old-time cars couldn't even enter boxes seems so hap-
in "individual serving" ,
endwise.Or : r.... ..., py. I feel hap-
not big containers. You can buya ;:;;::
take one of your ties and py when I
loaf of bread with but eight '
put it next to the neckwear you %- leave the
slices a can of vegetables to
I two It's :';: theatre.. I
wore a year or ago. ,
provide one serving. Frankfurterscome &f.Mi.:. ,' .:?W I would rather
half the width. -
f ;::{ :
And look at most hat brims. ; in "cocktail" size; juice ina .v...l11.t. .:j," .-:":: be happy inJanes -
tin holding one glassful.
.; They used to be about three stead of leav-

inches wide, even more. Nowthey're They even have food ."concen- ing in a dreary, depressed mood."
trates." With them, you can carry Joyce Janes
less than two. Naxy Exchange."I .
Speaking about clothes, your your breakfast, lunch and dinnerin like all types of films butI

old suits would look peculiar if a glassine bag that fits into like the mu-

you wore them today. The mod- your change pocket. sical and mysteries -

ern lapel is half the width of a That's what's happened to a the best r :,

few years ago. And the bulky lot of things you own, eat, use I also like comedies

shoulders o :..:.
are now passehailthe or wear. but I
slender "natural" shoulders! haven't .. ;
seen .. .. .
Not to mention-and we do so '*, ::0.
But the of miniaturization < '"' A:
process .f'
with a distinct note of sadness- any good ones .::: ,:t:;
doesn't stop there. As Alicein 'DrivesafeCouncil'WarnsOfDanger the shrinking dollar. For those lately. They '
Wonderland would "My t' )
say who long for the good old days- seem to come jL
I Everything's getting littler ... .,..,. .
% ,
this is the one sad note in the out only once .w>>:; Zones For Autoists
whole story. in a while." Grim

Mrs. Janice M. Grim
The Jax Navy Complex "Drivesafe" Council has made several wife of
recommendations to military personnel to prevent accidents.The March 1 Is Deadline For Joe M. Grim, DCC, NS Green

danger areas on Lake Cove Springs.
revealed that NARTU sends School Appointment
Shore Boulevard and State at Prep "Western moA'n''J -

Roads 13 and 16 were pointedout least two R5D's to Miami on Deadline for receipt of requests : vies are my

r by the Council. On Lake Friday for the purpose of trans- for consideration for assignment favorites, such

Shore between Roosevelt and porting Reservists and returningfor to the U. S. Naval i--' as Shane and

The Jacksonville USO Club, Blanding Boulevards, particul- them on Sunday. There is i Preparatory School and subse- Rio Bravo. I

known throughout the Armed arly where it curves from the space for approximately 50 per quent appointment to the U. S. like western

Forces as the "home away from eastern part of Cedarwood St. sons and military personnel are Naval Academy is March 1. For ;at c' films that have
home" for all service personnel to the western and between ?invited to take advantage of $ i
part, additional information personnel h. -, R good storiesbehind
I has an agenda jam-packed with Blanding and Park, particularlyin these trips, on a space available are urged to contact the Career fiMoore them."
special events scheduled for the vicinity of Appleton and basis. They should be warned Information and Education Center Freddy W.

every day of the week. Lexington Streets are deemed that mechanical difficulties are Building 955, extension 618 Moore, A03, VP30."I .
Thurs- hazardous.THE possible. In case of emergency,,
Something new every like comedies the best. It
they must be prepared to take Green Cove Springs said Green
day night is a slogan of the USO MOST DANGEROUSarea builds up morale of the men and
Club and tonight is no exception. on State Road 13 is between other transportation. Cove was encouraging their peo- keeps them in
: :: >: ;
From 2000 to 2130 there- will be the Switzerland Rocket PLANES DEPART NARTU ple, most of whom report in a better mood

prizes and fun for Range and State Road 206 at without a car and want to get
games, hanger (Building 113)) at 1500( I don't go along
everyone.The Spuds, Fla. State Road 16 be- and 1700 on Friday, and depart one, to take one of the two with the war '

USO Club has scheduledfor tween and State Road 21 east I Miami at 2000 on Sunday for the technicians from the Hobby films at all. It

Friday, Feb. 24, a record get- of Camp Blanding is also dan- return trip. Extension 244, NAR Shop to inspect the car before reminds them

together. Favorite records will gerous. I TU Operations, will manifestpersonnel. buying it.Florida. to much of ,.' ;*
} .
be played. The above areas appear to has a "Caveat Emptor"law wars and of ;

Saturday, Feb. 25 is "Meet Our have posted speed limits far in THERE IS A PLANE to and once a dealer has sold coming wars." >s A

Volunteers Tonight." excess of safe speed under the Tampa every weekend leaving a piece of junk, the buyer is Thomas J. Kondxieir

Sunday, Feb. 26 is a full-day poor road conditions prevailing, NARTU Friday at 1700 and departing stuck. A program of this type Kondziela, YNSN, VAP-62.
the Council said. cut down the accident
. entertainment for USO Club Tampa between 1900- helps
, members. A free coffee hour at There have been many accid- rate by keeping potential wrecks:
2000 Steward
I 1000 starts the day off right with ents associated with liberty on on Sunday.The off the highway, the Council Team Ends

the club closed from 1045 to Miami trips, it was noted. It was Safety Officer, FLAGRU, advises. Two-Week Visit
A BuPers Stewards Instructionand
1230 so that service personnel
Demonstation team is
-concluding -
may attend the church of their
a two-week here.
choice. At 1730 and
vespers refreshments -
The three man team, under the
are provided and at
(T d'ti > C o pk direction of Lt. (jg) P. w. Hampton -
1915 a free feature movie is
arrived at NAS
Jax last
shown. Sunday nights movie will
be "Three Guys Named Mike." Monday to conduct classes for
) stewards assigned to the Bache-
Monday, Feb. 27, will' be : lor Officers and Commission Of-
"Dance Lesson" time from 2000
ficen Mess (closed).
to 2133 and a training course for
The group travels to Naval installations
new volunteers from 2000 to 2100
throughout the
in the TV Room. J United
States giving lectures and de-

Tuesday, Feb. 28, is "Chase monstrations on food preparation,
Your Blues With Us
Away To- service
general operation of
n'ght. the closed mess.

Every Wednesday night there.is I THE THREE STEWARDS are

a disc jockey show from 2030to hand-picked by BuPers. They are

2230 and members are askedto selected for their long years of
loan records for this
program. experience
and efficiency. S. B.

The Jacksonville USO Club, Bennett, SDCM, h the senior

heated at 331 W. Forsyth St., chief of the group. lie is a col-

downtown Jacksonville, is open lege trained dietitian. The two
from 0900 to 1100. There
dilly other chiefs are William Shan-

ere also other USO Clubs in the MARINES PROMOTED-At a promotion ceremony at the Marine Aviation Detachment: at non, SDC, and Jesse Owens, SDC.
crsa, one at 610 Ocean Front, the Naval Air Technical: : Training Unit these 13 men were promoted to the rank of Gunnery When the
Jacksonville: Beach, Florida, and Sergeant (E-7). Shown as they received their promotion warrants are (left to right) gunnery team arrives at a
sergeants Eugene: Holum. Paul Crook. Charles Hand. Robert station they observe the
the other at 63 St. George St. RuslelllJ.urray. McBryde: Jean Lus stewards
I I s'.er Georqe Dubl'n.! HenlsnH' Halter III. Steve Kaszar. Henry Conklin. Richard: French: Teddy for a few days, noting techni-
St. Augustine, Florida. Jones and Edward Modine Jr. ques which need improvement.Page .


I February 1361 I



place of the usual weeklyame JAX AIR
scores in Mainside intra- SPORTS

ural bowling action, a listingf s NEWSAlbany
f> team standings will be listed.
Leading the American Leagues

| Hospital with a perfect 8-0.
ext in line is Aircraft Main. Pensacola Set

vith 4-0j; Dispensary shares the ,
hird spot with the Hornets with

11-1; FAETU "A" has 9-3, along
livith OPS AUW; Dudes 7-5; Ma- Pace In 6ND Tourney

ines "A" and Dental share even6

slates; the Grocers and the ry.f Y: 2s Si As the Jax Air News went to press Tuesday morning,
ers have 5-7; the Wood Chop-; play in the Sixth Naval District Basketball Tournament un-

ers 4-8; Road Runners 1-3j; derway at NAS entered its fourth day with the Marine Corps

rounders 2-10; Untouchables 2- Supply Depot from Albany, Ga. and Pensacola Navy showingthe
[10; and the Holy Rollers and the way..
ble Dogs with 1-11 Both Albany and Pensacola
rine Corps Supply Depot team
In the Continental League the survived second and third round
from Albany in competition,
laughter House Five sports, 12-0j action without a defeat. Albany
; if the Marines win, the runner-
ircraft "B" has a perfect 8-0j; downed Naval Hospital Jack- up Navy team wil compete for
P-30 "A" had 6-2; the Sky sonville, 98-76 in opening day the regional tournament, which
[Varriors with 5-3; FAETU c'B" action, downed Charleston Naval opens here at Mainside Gym
nd the Paymasters with 7-5j; Base, 104-63, and defeated Key Saturday.

slough of teams sport 6-6; the West, 7066.Pensacola.
aiders, Marines "B", Play Boys, swamped NAS Ce- Tournament results:
rcraft "C" and Army ADA; cil Field, 103-62 and defeated First' Round
cope Dopes with 4-4; FAW-11: Jacksonville Navy, 92-76. Jax Navy, 98, Memphis Navy 90
Did 5-7; Scatter Pins have 3-5j; *I Still remaining in the runningat Pensacola Navy 103, NAS Cecil
partans with 4-8; the Neversailsith press time Tuesday morningwere Field, 62.

1-11; and the Pen Queensthe L Albany, Pensacola, Jax MCSC Albany, 98, Naval Hos-
basement with 0-12. Navy, Memphis Navy, Key West, pital Jax, 76.

National League standings go DISTRICT COURT ACTION Jacksonville Navy Flier and NAS Sanford. I Charleston NB, 68, NAS Glynco,
'ke this: Bernie Freeman (left) tussled for rebound with Memphis Navy's Eliminated from further action 55.NAS .
Bob Hilde in the first day'* action of the Sixth Naval District in the double elimination
Fire Crackers have 11-1; the Basketball Tournament flayed here at NAS Jax. The Fliers NAS Cecil Key West, 72 NAS Sanford,
took the hard fought opener, 98-90, but fell before Pensacola tournament were 58.
phantoms 101,2-11,2; MAD Foxes Field Naval Hospital Jax NAS
Navy, 92.76 in their second outing. ,
|-2j; Boomerangs 8-4; Pan Handers Glynco, Ga. and Charleston Na-. Second Round ,
5H-314; the Air Force 679thd val Base.A NAS Sanford, 79, Hospital, 52
the Trojans with 7-5j; the Hospital Cagers Stop mixup in eligibility causeda NAS Glynco, 70, NAS Cecil

Electrons and Rolling Pins with full, day's postponement in ac- Field, 62.

1-6; the Vagabonds with 4-4; Retain IM Loop LeadershipAlthough tivity. After a hurried session,I Pensacola, 92, Jax Navy, 76.
!awks and Pin Splitters with 5- it was decided to keep the Ma- MCSC ,Albany, 104, Charleston,
: O & R and the 3rd Crewmen by the. 63

ith 3-5j; FAW-J1 Blue and Dis- presence of the Sixth Naval blst I Third Round

rsing "B" 3-9 and VP-30 "B"t trict: Play held at Mainside Gym, Memphis Navy, 76, Charleston, 68
st all theirs with an 0-12 fore intramural competition here wenton x Jax Navy, 44, Glynco, 42

season. at the same swift pace as + a MCSC Albany 70, Key West, 66

before, with powerful Hospital
{ retaining its grip on the lead
fagnelic Type %>
with a win over the Marines,, Yr r
75-61. The win gives them a
ishing Lure perfect 13-0 slate for the season.
VP-30 scored the biggest win 4cYrii In basketball, what do the following

low.Patented of the week by rolling over Dis- terms mean?
1. Keyhole.
pensary, 61-33.
"Build a better mouse trap andd The Admen now appear to be 2. Hacking
the world will beat a path back on the track with a con- 3. Goal tending.
your door," could, in the case vincing 70-51 victory over Com 4. Double teaming.
pf Marine Lt. Col. Frederick E. Fair J a"-. 5. Basket hanger.

ughes, be rephrased to say, In other games played last (Answers to Quiz)
|Invent a better fishing lure, week, FAETU downed the Air .
id fisherman will come a'run- Force 679th, 76-54, NAR'I'Usqueaked UOJP JO X a!ua3 UIOJJB0uf
ing." past VA-44, 52-51; the I I.lnou..op s'{ oqM uvyi *sem
Boathousemen outshot Aircraft 'C .uver fevq OU.M ruauod
A jet pilot with First Mariner -do dn '
uo ,6ul15u'I8 ueui OMJ. }
Maintenance, 67-62; and V AP62's -
Wing at Okinawa, and a foqs s,=ueuoddo uv upolq: :
Braves bettered their aVerage -
(shing enthusiast, Col. Hughesas pug aisvq: eAoqv saipvaiuj z.he1d'galgM
by taking two, the first over
just been awarded
a patent
.llAnlU'IW 1'15111I 'C
the Boathousemen, 65-45, nod
for a magnetic fishing lure. '1I'1.1M.'ql .
78-67 over O&R. .
The new artifical bait takes SSOX3V Miit3 ipq eqjv l.qnII.ld'llcl
dvantage of the earth's mag- l.IIqhInoJ Y Z*

etic field and contains a per- SmokerTonightAt uaiueo InoJ eqx.. *I
anent magnet. When the fisherman I
lets his line go slack, ac- The temperamental world-fa-
ording to the colonel, the lure King HallEven mous violin virtuoso was tired

urns in the water to align itself fir of playing to human audiencesand
ith the earth's magnetic poles.t if you don't have the y decided he was going to play

ii this wiggle that the fish are tobacco habit you can enjoy the for animal only.

upposed to find irresistible. "Smoker" being staged tonightin Going into the deepest African

Through a study of existing King Hall at NATTU. Jungle he found a clearing, took
ures and the habits of game fish, Heading the list of scheduled out his violin and started to play
[the pilot-fisherman was con- entertainment will be five boxing The animals came from near and
vinced that fish are attractedby bouts between the Wilder far and sat spellbound as the
[ an object that lies still in the Athletic Club of Jacksonville and artist placed.

[water and then twitches like an the Jax Navy team. A lion suddenly pounced into
[injured minnow. Such mitt slingers as the Navy's'at :
the clearing and ate the violin-
Brady, Landy Dove Tony
Previously, Col. Hughes re- ist. The other animals were fur-
ceived patents on a bugeyedlure Elumba, Roger: Barclay and Jim ious.
Rossette will be featured. J/AnI.
ket which is now on the mar- There will also be a special GOOD TRY FOR HOSPITAL-Trying its wares in the "Why did you eat him?"screamed -
and a metal wiggler.In Judo demonstration and a "mightymite" Sixth Naval District tourney played here at NAS this week the tiger

boxing match between two Naval Hospital; a power in local intramural circles, gave it a
"We were enchanted by thi8man'
the business world, an officer hefty six-year-olds during in- good try but it wasn't enough. Leatherneck Bill Morse ((35)) of ,
music and you had to eat
knows something about termission.She Marine Supply Depot, Albany, Ga tips the ball as HospitalmenBill
him. Are or something "
| everything, a trainee knows Jacobsmeyer (left) and Arnold Radowici attempt to block you crazy
everything about something, and was an optician's daughter.Two the shot during opening day action. The Albany Marines took ?
the switchboard operator knows glasses and she made a this one, 9876. The Hospital crew was eliminated from the The lion put his paw up to this
everything. spectacle of herself. tourney after their second defeat by NAS Sanford 7952. ear and said, "Eh?"

"" ....__.., ,-,,_...-_..-.- -----,.- .
1iiiIf' .


JAX AIR NEWS 23 F.bruur MM

I 'Mr. Jax Navy' Are You Aware Of Facts

Title Goes To On State Income Tax?

Jerry GranichAfter t. : : You have filed your federal income tax form and think

you are all set for the year!
all the muscle flexing, 4 a Active service personnel are I

straining and swelling of { protected to a certain extent by I I ginia. .
Most States impose a April
chests were over, Heavy At- the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil
Photo Squadron 62's strongman Relief Act. This Act providesthat 15 deadline with the exceptionof
Delaware and Iowa who havea
Jerry Granich, walkedoff for the purpose of taxation .
with the top trophy as of a serviceman's individual income April 30 deadline.

"Mr. Jax Navy" in the con- and personal property, including To determine a service per-

test held last Wednesday at his automobile, "a person sons exact status with regardto

Mainside Gym. who is absent from his place of filing home State income tax,
the persons may write the fol-
Granich also took the "best legal residence of domicile soley

arms" phase as an additional by reason of compliance with lowing addresses:.
: Alabama (State Departmentof
prize. military or naval orders shall
be deemed to have become Revenue Income Tax Divi-
not a
Not far behind was Tom Gir- sion 2 Ala.
resident of other State or Montgomery );
ard of NAS Special Services, who any Arizona (Arizona State Tax
of the United
possession States
came within a muscle of coppingthe { Commission Income Tax Divi-
subdivision thereof
or political ,
crown. He won the "best sion State House Phoenix
while absent". ,
-0 so
back" and "best legs" awards. R ;
ALSO THE ACT protects a Arizona); Califorina (State of

Jim Kyle of the Marine Air .., serviceman from taxation by a California, Franchise Tax Board,
Detachment took the remaining 1025 P Street, Sacramento 14,
State of which he is not a legal
trophy with "best chest. g f resident. The Act does relieve Calif.) ; Colorado (State of Colorado -

The contest, which attractedthe him from liablity for taxes to Department of Revenue,
ten best "bodies" in the his "home State." State Capitol Annex Denver 2,

area, was judged according to z. s'n A serviceman's active service I Colorado) ; Delaware (State of

AAU rules, with a total of 15 pay and personal property are: Delaware, State Tax Department,

points spread. Items judges took exempt from taxation in the 843 King Street, Wilmington 99,

into consideration were best size, State where he is serving. His Dela.); Wash. D. C. (District of

shape and definition symmetryand DIG THESE PHYSIQUES-"Mr. Jax Navy," is the title automobile is also exempt if the Columbia Finance Office Re-

proportion general appear- bestowed on Jerry Granich (center) of VAP-62, following the license, fee or excise imposedby venue Division Room 2025,
ance and posing ability.On contest held here Wednesday to determine the best physi- Municipal Center, 300 Indiana
his State of domicile .has
que among Navy men In the Jax area. Jim Kyle (left) of
hand to the Ave. N. W.)
judge proceed- ,
been paid.
the Marine Air Detachment won award as "best chest" while
ings and present the trophieswas Tom Girard (right) of Special Services captured awards of "best The following States do not GEORGIA (Department of Re-

last year's "Mr. Florida," back" and "best legs." impose individual income taxes, venue, Income Tax Unit, State
Phil Fraser. Office Building Atlanta 3 Ga.
for anyone: Connecticut, Florida, ,
I Illinois Maine Michigan Nebraska Iowa (State Tax Commission,
LeasingFirst Is Best -
Renting Income Tax Division State Of-
Nevada, New Jersey,
Navy Wives Ohio Pennsylvania, Rhode Island fice Building, Des Moines 19,

If You Plan ToAquire Farm South Dakota, T e x as, Iowa); Kansas (State of Kansas,

Washington, West Virginia, and Department of Revenue, Income

Corner "You service people lead a sheltered life; you don't keep Wyoming. Tax Division State Office Building -

up with what's going on-" Ever hear that and say it isn'tso SERVICE PERSONNEL are Topeka, Kansas); Maryland

Jax Navy Wives No. 86 met I ? Depending on your duty assignments and stations there not subjected to State Individual (State of Maryland, Comptrollerof

I yesterday for their monthly TIV be an element of truth in it after all. And it can have a income tax in these States: the Treasury, Income Tax

social and education meeting. critical bearing on your post- I Alaska (all active-service pay Division, Annapolis, Md.); Mass-
I get anyone to work on a farm for achusetts (The Commonwealthof
. Mrs. Barney Meyer, director retirement plans. exempt after 1950) ; Arkansas;
i of the program, introduced Mrs. Suppose like Raymond J/-,, the wages one can afford to pay. Guam; Hawaii; Idaho (active- Massachusetts, Department of

II. W. Strickland as guest speaker. a retired Virginia farmer, you Sadder but wiser, this retired service pay exempt if serving Corporations and Taxation In-

Mrs. Strickland, associated dreamed for years of going backto serviceman suggests "to those outside the State for the entire come Tax Bureau, 14 Court

with the Jacksonville Garden the good earth.But you hadn't like me who are thinking of a year); Indiana; Louisiana; Miss- Square, Boston 8, Mass.);
nice farm life that they visit
Club is an accredited judge of kept in touch with regional eco- issippi; New Hampshire; New Minnesota (State of Minnesota -

flower shows. Her topic was nomic conditions, and when you the locality, rent or lease for a Mexico; North Carolina; North Department of Taxation, Income -

flower arrangements. found the land and house you year before making a purchase. Dakota; Tennessee; and Vir- Tax Division, Centennial

Hostesses for refreshmentswere liked in a promising-looking area It's not easy to get one's capital .....- Office Building ,St Paull,
back after making an investment "" "'T Minn.) Missouri (State of Miss-
-Bingo. that was it! r ;
Mrs. Wayne Hawkins, Mrs. ." I .:
ouri Department of Revenue
Frank Hedspeth and Mrs. Eue- "I GOT SOME Hereford cows, ,
Income Tax Dept. P. O. Box 629
gen Kubiciak.No chickens a couple of horses and '\ 4
mind if of the
you're one
many Jefferson City, Missouri) ; Mon-
equipment, Raymond J. service people who long to be
tana (State of Montana Boardof
present is worth having un- says. "It wasn't too bad until
I close to the soil. (It's a retire- Equalization State Capitol
less the giver would rather have hay harvest. . ,
ment especially commonn Helena Mont. New
Building )
kept it for himself. "Then I learned can't ;
you just I
the Navy.) And bear in mind .r 44 4 York (State Income Tax Bureau

also that today's plentiful labor j Gov. A. E. Smith State Office

supply in the place of your, Bldg., Albany 1, N. Y.); Okla-
choice can be drained dry if, homa (Oklahoma Tax Commission -

for example, a big industrial ) I
i 4' {L4G State of Oklahoma, Income -
corporation decides to build Tax Division Oklahoma

there. I c: City 5, Okla.; Oregon (Oregon
But in that case you'll have a State Tax Commission Income

k silver lining even if hands are I Division 100 State Office Building -

all but impossible to find, be- Salem, Oregon).
,.:.. cause the value of your land PUERTO RICO (Commonwealth -

probably will skyrocket. N of Puerto Rico, Depart-
ment of the Treasurey, Bureauof

:r s atiY Grosse He Fg' Income Tax, P. O. Box 9933,
:# i Santurce Puerto Rico) South
} v ;
(Continued From Page 1))
Carolina (South Carolina Tax
rtr Maintenance Unit 731 and Heli-
copter Squadron 731. Commission. Income Tax Divi-
sion, Drawer 420, Columbia 1,
Capt. Raymond Reynolds, com-
S. C.) ; Utah (State Tax Com-
manding officer of NAS Grosselie
mission of Utah 118 State Capi-
and a special representativeof
tol, Salt Lake City 14, Utah);
the Chief of Naval Air Reserve 6
? Vermont (Commissioner of Taxes -
Training from Glenview;
Ill, are on hand to witness the State Tax Department
exercises.The I Montpelier, Vt.); and Wisconsin
(State of Wisconsin, Departmentof

boys were talking in Japan Taxation, Room 1000 State

and one said "I sure hope,I L 1 V f Office Building Madison 2,

CONGRATULATED UPON RETIREMENT-Capt. William my girl will be waiting for me;", :f''.+:;+:.. ',. Wise.
L. Engelman Naval Hospital Jacksonville commanding officer another said "Yeah I was thinking ::1. .>\5_"' ,_ Additional information on state

congratulates Mrs. Pearl Warren as the completed 28 years of about that, too;" a third WEATHER GAL English income tax may be obtained
Federal Service. Mrs. Warren also received a letter of apprecia- boy from Georgia raised up and lass Simon McQueen is cur from Jag Notice 5840 of Decem-
ion from the Captain. She has worked for the I rently giving nightly weather
continuously said "I know mine will, she's ber 29, which is on file in the
government since December 1932, except for a brief period in reports over a national tele-
still got three years in reform vision network. Now who JaxAirNews Office Room 230,
193335. Her first duties were in Washington D. C. as a secretary cares
school. I whether it rains or shines. J Building 1.Paga'6 .