Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1958
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Out To Save Millions In 'Operation Dollar Stre ch'

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Vol. 15 No. 47 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 13 March 1953

Center Goes t T Jl $' Pay Group

Over op In r 'Eyes Active

Fund DriveAlthough Duty BoostDefense

2' .. M is working with

it will be several .., !c the staff of the Kilday House

days before the final figureson .. Armed Services Subcommittee -

the concluded National to change the military pay

Health Agencies and Care and $ r bill so active duty incrementsfor

wil count toward
Crusade for Freedom fund officers
retired pay, said this week'sNavy
campaign will be available,

an optimistic note was sounded Times.
Also disclosed by Assistant De-
early this week when it Francisis
fense Secretary
was reported that personnelof
that Defense is studying a
NATTCenter had
table for EMs with
100 percent in the drive. QUALIFIED CAKE CUTTERS During the USS Randolph's 1957.58 eight month Mediterranean special than pay six years' service who

The report from NATTCentermeans cruise, pilots of embarked Air Group Four home-based at NAS Jax, made 6.500 landings. more

that all military and civilian Traditionally, each thousandth landing was commemorated by a cake-cutting ceremony. Pilot go to officer ranks.

personnel in the command who had the honors were, left to right Lt. William Hewitt VF-173 26.000lh landing Comdr. THE TABLE applying to the

Jack Kenyon, commanding officer of VF-73. 27,030th landing; Lt (jg) Donald Brown VF-73 28- first three officer grades, shouldbe
have given to the campaign. Although OOOlh landing. Comdr. William Fly Air Group Four commanding officer, who received a slice of in few days. Francis

no monetary figure was each cake Lcdr. Francis Dwyer VAH-7 29.0001h landing: Lcdr. Walter Maddox. VF-73, 30,000th ready a

announced, it was indicated that landing Lt. John McColl VFP-62. 31.000th landing, and Lt (jg) George Dwyer, VF-22, who made said "something along the lines
the 32.000th landing. of the Fleet Reserve Association

(Please turn to Page 6, col. 1)) suggestion may be the solution."

Under the present bill, Navy

ToastmastersArea Air News Needs Economy Drive ViewedAs and Marine Corps limited duty

officers would be assigned the

ContestSet Civilian/ Reporter. pay rates of the first three regular -

The Jax Air News has a Saving On Dollars"Operation grades of warrant officers,

Tonight vacancy for a reporter-clerk then they would get the regular

in the bill. Other ex-
in civilian capacity. 0-4 pay
Dollar Stretch" Is now underway "Operation DollarStretch"

The fur-lined gavel, emblem- Any civilian who feels he or is a new economy campaign through which the Navy hopesit enlisteds are not covered. increment
active-duty -
she is a qualified news reporter THE OFFICER
millions of dollars.
atic of Toastmasters' supremacy, can save
and writer is urged to con plan being worked out
comes up for grabs again tonight GEARED TO channel more
tact the editor at room 238, saved several thousands of dol- would provide that every year
during the ToastmastersArea out. of unessential 1
Main Administration Buildingor money lars-a rather auspicious begin- of the last ten years of service
Speech Contest to be heldat spending into essential ,
phone extension 272 or 8346.Chief's ning for the program. 10 per cent would be taken off
the CPO Club at 1900. the campaign is the first of its addedto
Printed leaflets called "DollarStretchers" the increment money and
Seven local chapters of Toast- kind to spell out ways to cut for
will be sent out basic pay, this counting
masters International, three of down on overhead costs.
every two weeks. Here are some retirement. Those staying a
them from the Naval Air Sta-
Scheduled to run throughJune of the ideas contained in the full career would get the full
tion, will send representatives to Club
the campaign was\launch- "Dollar" Stretchers": (Please turn to Page 6, col. 4))
compete for the coveted
ed by a mailed speed letter from ECONOMIZE on meetings.
plus the honor of carrying the
Slates VIPLuncheon Secretary of the Navy Thomas Make them brief and useful. Let
colors of Jax into regional I Measles
com- German
S. Gates. Mailing of the speed the employees get back to workas
petition. I
letter itself, instead of sending it quickly as possible.

THE THREE Navy-connected via communications network,I (Please turn to Page 6, col. 5)) Prevelance Seen
clubs will be out to recapturethe

gavel which left the confinesof The March VIP luncheon will

the Navy after three straight be held March 19 with Capt. r7! :'! Aboard Station

triumphs. Charles L. Moore Jr., commanding -
German measles is epidemic
Representing the Jax Navy officer of NATTCenter, as
this season of the year and numerous -
Toastmasters (Officers) will be guest of honor and Lt. Col. Wile in evi-
I .r cases have been
Capt. Henry Young, attached to liam Mitchell, commanding officer 4 & dence aboard the Station and in

Marine Aviation Detachment at of Marine Aviation Detachment he
Jacksonville, according to t
NATTCenter, where he is assist- as special guest.
NAS Jax Medical Department.
ant training officer for Aviation All CPOs are urged to turn out
German measles, or rubella,
Storekeeper School. for this event. Doors will be

Larry McLeod, chief aviation open at 1130.Following a viral: disease resembling mild
which is ordinarily regarded -
electrician attached to AviationElectrician's < measles
the luncheon, there ?
t of little consequence ia i
Mate School t
a will be a special general assembly attack adults.
at J'lw children, but can
NATTCenter assistant
as phase of F ;
meeting for elect-
purpose This fact is of particular interest -
supervisor, will represent Mar-
vice-president. Dusty
ing a new
Navy-Easy 7 (Enlisted Men of in connection with women
Rhodes, having accepted a job as
Grade during the first four months of
assistant manager, has resigned 1
CARRYING THE hopes of wide 'i pregnancy.
leaving the job open. _
Navy Civilian Toastmasters will Many congenital defects have

be Don Moran, employed as fire March 17 should be a green I been believed to be connectedwith
letter day in everyone's book. i
chief of NAS Jax. :# rubella in the mother.
It's St. Patrick's Day. There will t
Participants from other area Prevention of rubella in the
be a special dance that night, beginning _
clubs include John Briggs, who pregnant mother is indicated and
2000 with orchestra
at an -
won the fur-lined gavel last fall, ? .gbfjji 7 'ti gamma globulin, a blood deriva-
on hand to provide the music.
representing Downtown Toast- tive, is relatively successful whea
? :
masters; Robert Jones, State V used at the proper time.'

Farm Toastmasters; Paul Lati- Campbell, Lynn Share Pregnant women who have not

mer, Southern Bell Toastmasters; and whoare
AEA) Honor Position had German measles

NAS and Cecil Emery Field"Cowboy"Toastmasters.Dennis, Howard Campbell, AEIAN of _OWl,1 r rmfll8ffjjf: ",. -........'..,....,.) ,,,...,.....- exposed should bring this t.
UNIQUE CEREMONY Mrs. Lillian StahL (top of,stair the attention of their obstetrician. -
Chairman! of tonight's program, Athens, Ga., and William LynnJr. case) says goodbye to Ma]. D. M. Bidwell, Training Officer of .

booked for the Ballroom of the ., AEMAN, of Villas, N.J., NATTCenler's Aviation Fundamentals School, prior to being

CPO. Club, ,will be Lou Sartor, shared the honor spot in last Fri- "piped ashore" on her "retirement" from the Nary. Her husband It's important that expectant

of Jax' Navy, with Vern Duncan, day's graduation, til' 'AviationElectrician's Buren Stahl ATC, of VF-43.. i*, retiring after 20 rears mothers' who have had German
Mrs. Stahl has been at ArFuqd School .for
duty next Monday.
of Toastmaster for Mate. School, :'Class measles'inform. their obstetrician
Dojwnt'o.wn,.as the put three-and-one-half years. AvFund School instructors. .
the evenmg. '-'A/'j t,NATTCenter,, act as side boys ben.'j" ... without'delay. ?' 101Navy '

Page 2 SAX AIR NEWS 13 March 19$8 I IJ1)

I Vance Proffer Grab Fasron 6, VA-15, VP-5, Fasron 109

) '{ WllItffs Graduation Honors At

Ordnancemen Schools Scouting SquadronsI
"** JacaoDyUI.
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ... ........... .'. ... Commanding Officer of North
Edwin Vance AOAN
Comdr. Robert H. Smith ....... ............... ...... ... Executive OfficerCommander I I
Fleet Air Jacao.YW. Kan. honors : Six I I All Hands Party at the Hyde
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ... ........ .............. .. . Topeka, grabbed top
C.pt. S. S. earcy, Jr. ... .... .. .. ... ... .... Chief of Staff at the graduation held last weekat Dine and dance is the topic of Park Country Club. Refresh

Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence 'riM....... ..Alr"Wii. .. v"Eteye............... ..... .. CommanderChief Aviation Ordnancemen School conversation in the Fasron Six ments were served, and every-
Capt Thomas S. White ... ................................ .. ......... ....... ..... Staff Officer area this week. There will be one had a ball.
NarallAlr Technical Training Center Class A at NATTCenter.
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ...... .-... ... ......... .... .... Commanding Officer feasting made possible by the General planning for the party
Comdr. Wilfred E. Freshman .. .:.Na.. .::<:ntl:.:Hospital.. .. :.... Executive Officer Meanwhile, Edwin Proffer, Seminole Hotel's main chef and was under the direction of Ensign

Capt. Alton C. Abernethjr ..... ..... ... ... ...... ... Commanding Officer AO1, 0 f Anaheim, Calif., was dancing to waltzes of the Jax Carl Zimmermen. A com-
Capt. Marcy Shupp KARTU Executive Officer named honor student of last Navy Band. mittee consisting of D. H. Lad-

Capt.Comdr.Norman William O.E.Anderson Hardy . .. Commanding Executive Officer Officer week's graduating class at Aviation The price is right, too! Stag or wig, YN'l; W. E. Giles, SK2;

Printed commercially wth non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Floridaat Ordnancemen School ClassB drag, it's $2.50. So pick your date C. W. Taylor, YN3; J. D. Gooch,
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.3 at NATTCenter.. and be at the Seminole, in down- YN3; J. C. Carmody, AK3; J. D.
Rev Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel
.f Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Proffer, who entered the Navyin town Jax at 2000, Friday. Tickets Craw, SK3, and J. J. Sponheimer -
Center Naval hospital.Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Dec. 1942 has been transferredto arc now on sale in Building .200. YNSN, greatly aided in mak-

Service information OffIcer... Lcdr. J. F. Klrklighter. VP-46, stationed at Moffett Fasron Six welcomes EnsignJ. ing the party a success.
AJw't. S10 Andrew H. Planey
Editor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI; John Isbell. Field, Calif. S. Mann, Lt (jg) E. L. De Three new officers have recently -
JOSN Moore.; PH3 Ben Sylar. SN; Mary Ann Kirchner SA; Staff Photographer Jim Vries and Lt (jg) R. M. Powell. reported aboard: Lcdr.
"She; Jax Air News Is Forces Vance, in the Navy since June, from VA-15
a member of the Armed Press Service. Frketic Lt (jg).
Material apparfng in this publication can be reprinted providing "rM'(. .. 1957, has also been transferred to
given. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photographs VA-15 Steele from VF-11, and WO/Wl
California. He'll be attached to
Editorial office located/ in Room %30. Main Administration Building.Phone NAS Moffett Field. The Valions enjoyed another H 011 and from NATTCenter,
extensions 6164. 8346 272 or 216. stag all-hands party Friday at Memphis.Two .
------- ----
the Skeet Club. new CPO's have joined
VA-15 is ready for the spring the squadron also. They are W

MOVIESAfamstde : sports with new softball and Gannott, ADC, from VF-11, andJ.

volleyball equipment. C. Mauldin, ADC, from VU-10.

( and NATTCenter Welcome aboard is extended to A number of other men have

movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Sat- two new men: D. R. Hejton) AN, also reported aboard from prac-

urday, Sunday and holidays, 'Kx and J. D. Myers, AMAA. tically every part of the fleet:
1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital mo- k f Detached from VA-15 last G. L. Butt, AMI; J. H. Casto,

vie daily. 1900.) week were Lt (jg) T. L. Fitz- AD2; J. M. Shuart, AT2; J. J.

, Thursday Mar. 13 gibbon, Lt (jg) J. Sinman and McCarthy, AN;. G. I. Speicher,

Mainside -Designing Woman Lt (jg) J, J. Lahr and W. J. Mc- AN; C. D. Kelly, AA; R. R.

(color sophisticated comedy) with Neill, SD3. Kerr, AA, T. R. Phillips, AA, and

Lauren Bacall and Gregory >; a ire W. E. Smith, AA.

Peck. VP-5

NATTCenter Time Limit Two "well polished" crews Here's Who Gets
have just returned from FAETU
(drama) with Richard Widmarkand
Richard Basehart. ASW School in Norfolk. The two GI Policy DividendVeterans

weeks course was highlightedby Administration officials
Hospital-Woman of the River several spirited flights which recently announced the
(color drama) with Sophia Loren
and Gerald Cury. involved one of the fleet-type groups of GI insurance policy

submarines. holders who will share the $262
Friday. Mar 14 Pilot qualifications have movedup million annual dividends for 1958.

Mainside-Tin Star (top west- at a steady pace. Among lat- About five million holders of

ern) with Henry Fonda and est to jump are Lcdr. D. E. Gate- National Service Life Insurance

Anthony Perkins. Also, Oncea ly to PP2P and Lt (jg) R. M. (WW1) policies with the letter V
Rhyme. -- ---_ ......___.. ..___ .._..T......"'..". Abrom to PPC.
preceding their policy numbers,
NATTCenter STUDY AT DVCENTER Disease Vector Control Centerat
Designing Wo- VP-5 is fortunate in havingtwo and holders of US Govern
NAS Jax is currently host to the largest class of Reservistson 300,000
man. men on the Jax Navy var- ment Life Insurance (WW1))
two-weeks active training duty to ever attend. Three members
Hospital-Time Limit. of thfe record-breaking class of 24 are shown studying the sity tennis team. They are Lt policies with the letter K preceding
Saturday Mar. 15 anatomy of a house fly. Seated at the microscope is Capt. J. S. (jg) W. H. Becker and Lt (jg) their policy numbers will
Altman. Kenosha. Wise., and looking on are H. P. Hansen, HMC M. F. Sellers.
Mainside-Girls on the Loose of Hicksville N. Y.. (left) and L. A. Roy HM2, Manchester N. H. receive the dividends.
with Mara Corday and Lita Mi- The bachelor officers are plan- Holder of policies with the

lan; Kiddie Matinee. Big Som- ning another cocktail party- letters RS, RH, H, and veterans
brero ( western) with Gene Disease Vector Center dance in about two weeks. Sev- :who extended their permanentplan

Autry. Also, Dog that cried Wolf. eral coeds from Jax Univ. have policies as term insurance in

NATTCenter-Tin Star.HospitalDesigning Host For Largest ClassDisease been invited.. the V and K series will not participate

Woman. the VA said.

Sunday. Mar. 16 Vector Control Center at NAS Jax Dispensary is cur Fasron 109 Checks will be mailed shortly

Mainside-Fort Bowie (West- rently host to the largest class of two-week Reservists ever to attend Last Friday evening, Fasron after the anniversary dates of

ern melodrama) with Ben Johnson during the 12-year existence of the Center. 109 held it's first semi-annual the policies. (AFPS)

and Jan Harrison. The 24-man class has claimed .
crest Takoma Park Md. Lt. }
another distinction. It has the
NATTCenter Girls on the ,
Jordan Morov, West Springfield,
Loose. 500th man to pass through the
Center. Mass.; Lt. Douglas Bryan, Still-
Hospital-Tin Star.
THE THREE-times-as-large as water, Okla.; Lt (jg) Calvin It
Monday. Mar. 17 Kaiser, Haddonfield, N. J.; "
normal class is due in part to
Mainside Bonjour Tristesse ENSIGN RICHARD Egert, .
the Center's course now being
(color adult drama) with De- available to civil engineering of- Watertown, S. D.; Ensign Ir- } : a

borah Kerr and David Niven. ficers. vinton Wright, Milwaukee, Wisc.;

TTCenter-Fort Bowie. CWO Henry Fautleroy, Rich-
Members of the class jnclude
Hospital Girls on the Loose. mond, Va.; CWO Hawthorne -k < :
Capt. James Altman, Kenosha,
Tuesday Mar. 18 Wise.; Comdr. Daniel O'Connell, Nicholls, Richmond, Va.; CWO

Mainside-Count Five and Die Holyoke, Mass.; Comdr. George Hugo Genini, Concord, N H.;
(drama) with CWO Philip i Leslie, Melrose,
Jeffrey Hunter Sprugel Jr., Arlington, Va.; '
and Anne Duringer. Also, Serve Comdr. Herbert Worsham, Nor- Mass.; CWO Ralph Williams,

Thy Neighbor. folk, Va.; Comdr. Harry Gray, Richmond, Va.;

NATTCenter Bonjour Tris- Beverly, Mass.; Lcdr. Allen Herbert Hansen, HMC, Levit-
town N. Y. Wallace Ketron
; ,
Lewis, Contoccook, N. H.; Lcdr.
Hospital-Fort Bowie.ednesday.Mar. Charles Hill, Arlington, Va.; HM2, Cincinnati, Ohio.; William .. d4bs
Muraski HM2 Middletown Ohio k.rt;
Lcdr. William Morrill, Pena-
and Lionel i HM2 Man-
Roy, ,
Mainside Cross Up (melo- cook, N. H.; Lt. Samuel Kane, ; ;
chester N. H.
drama) with Larry Parks and Hingham, Mass.; Lt. John Se- } ? art $aC? a1gDkxaFuu">c { 3d'a k+ af t y'.Y: : ; <
Lcdr. F. R. Du Chanois is of-
Constance Smith.NATTCenterCount.
ficer-in-charge 0 f the Center .
Five and a r x ;f.r';; :
Capt. Houghton AppointedNew
Die. which maintains one or two
Navy Nurse Director classes a month.
Hospital-Bonjour Tristesse. "
Capt. Ruth A. Houghton, NC, The active training duty the

has been selected as the next Reservists undergo consists of

Hobus Tops GradsHonors Director of the N a v y Nurse lectures and field work on pre-

in last weeks' graduation Corps, to succeed Capt. W. Leona ventive medical aspects of insect

at Aviation Ordnancemen Jackson, NC, scheduled to retire and rodent control, including recent RETIRES AFTER 30 Comdr. Robert Crain. former NAS
School Class A at NATTCenterwent April 30, after a four-year term. advances in use and appli- lax Operations Maintenance Officer was retired recently after
to .Plc. Gordon Hobus, of Capt. Houghton will take over cation of pesticides. a salute years to active. fellow duty.; He's shown (center) baring Just returned
who dur-
Mukwonago, Wise. her new duties on May 1. She lAg a honored him as "side boys"

Hobus, who entered the Marine also at that time will become "Doing* anything Saturday ( v00Poorer"bottom) Lcdr.ceremony.Joseph Klockenkemper."Side boys" include Lcdr.

Corps in May, 1857 has been or- Director, Nurses Division, Bureauof'MedicJn rught?" -Nope." "Could I use Chari,s LlndaaJ'J Lcdr. Woodwon Bremen Lcdr James Cl-

dered to Beaufort, S. C.( for duty. and Surgery. your soap?" laghan'U bo..un pipe Sydnor U John FoaJtt.'and Dlubala.; BM2.Led,. Monk SeycSe1. Handling

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1958 JAX AIR NEWS Pago 3

I New Reserve Ready, To Go The Day War Should Hit

45,000 Ready Reservists will be dieted Navy Times. reservists available to meet requirements organized into four broad groups,'
at sea, manning ships or in the The Times quoted Vice Ad- within hours after the aviation antisubmarine war-

air flying antisubmarine patrols, miral H. P. Smith, CNP, who fighting starts. fare, fleet antisubmarine warfare i
before a war is 24-hours old outlined for it a new concept in Highly classified are detailsof fleet augmentation (build-
should that event ever occur, reserve mobilization planning, the program such as the points ing up of crew strength in fleet (Personnel are invited to visit
according to Navy Times. the "Selected Reserve." i of assembly, where the ships to ships) and special activities.The the USO Servicemen's Club tt
I be manned by the reserves will group into which reserves 331 W. Forsyth St. The club (sis
The drill-pay reserve will be This will mean broad reorganization be moored and where the Naval will fall will depend upon the open from 0900 to 2300 daily.)
on its way to fill out the comple- I of the drill pay re- Air Reservists from inland areas type of training he's received Thursday, March 13 Fun,
ment of the regular ships of the serve. It is also going to mean will go to take up their part in and his geographical location. games, prizes. Dancing class,
active fleet before the fighting II that fleet commanders can planon the conflict. This will apply through the avia- 2100.
continues many more hours, pre- having a specified number of The Selected Reserve is to be tion and surface programs.
Friday, March 14-USO Cour-
.'''' .. tesy Night.
DOD Writing g fft<,,"W: r'iW::<:'>.'1\}>%'thttWJm1W. % Military Experl Saturday, March 15 Variety
: :: ; ->
: 1 I.. 1lt 't fi ti time, games, skits, fun.
New Officer (" Predicls Death Sunday, March 16-1000 Free
morning coffee hour; 104S-Attend -
{ Of Draft Law church of your choice; 1730
RIF RulingThe i .. Vesper time. 1930-Free movie,
One year from now, Congresswill "Red Sundown.
Pentagon is reportedly re- be faced with Judging whe- Monday, March 17 St. Pat-
writing its Term Retention Con- ther the Selective Service law rick's Party, wear something.
tract bill which would provide 3 t'r is indispensable to maintainingthe green. -

reduction-in-force insurance for Armed Forces or to abandonit Tuesday, March 18-Arm chair
Reserve officers on active duty, because of a theory that it is traveler program, 2030. "Destina-
according to ArmyNavyAirForce both un-American and unneces- tion Earth."

Register. sary. Wednesday, March 19 2030,
After conferences with House Brig. Gen. S. L. A. Marshall,: Disc jockey program with JoAnn
Armed Service Committee mem-. I Military Critic for the Detroit George.
bers and staff, it took.back a bill News, blasted both Congress and
submitted earlier. I I the Pentagon for "ostrichism" in
A new bill, more along the lines a recent article in ArmyNavyAir -
suggested by the committee, is in 4 Force Register. SMALL STORES
the making. It will probably be Gen. Marshall said i "Neitherone
at least another week before it nor the other likes to come MOVES SITE/
goes through the Pentagonand out of the sand and take a level The Mainside Clothing and
Bureau of the budget rout- view of this unpleasant prospect. Small Stores Issue Room, located -
ine and then is submitted to the "There is more excuse for the for several years in
House of Representatives. L. ii Congress than for the Pentagon. Building 930, Northeast Wing,
Armed Services Committee .____.___m,,_ Because of traditional prejudices, is undergoing a movement to
sources say the lawmakers got CHECKING RECORDS Personnel records of enlistedmen rather than from a commonsense new quarters in Building 953.
their backs up at the working of are kept completely up-to-date by the Enlisted Personnel reckoning of the 'national The Issue Room will remain
Record Office of NAS Jax Personnel Department. Here Walter
the old bill said the Register.One position the American people closed 1 until
Wright. SA. (left) and Donna,Lord YNSA. are shown checking approximatelyMarch
of the words objected to office files.Important. continue to take a dim view of 14 while the change is
was "May." The old bill said an enforced military service, de- being made.
officer "may not be released from spite that nothing else has en- The new location, directly
active duty without his consent Functions Are abled them to survive the crises opposite the former site, will
during the period of contract, of existence, past and present." be a permanent location.
etc." Congress would like that to Task Of Records OfficeAthough Pointing out that next year Meanwhile, Issue Rooms at
read "shall" not be released. both parties will be looking to NATTCenter, Building 513,
Another part of the same sec- the department may not appear busy, another the national election, Marshall will remain open during regu-
tion referring to reductionsinforce glance will disprove your first look when you peep into predicted that the Selective lar business hours.
would permit riffing if the NAS Jax Enlisted Personnel Records Department officein Service bill will be allowed to

the officer is picked for release Building One. expire.He .
by a board of officers appointedby This office carries out the im- urged the Armed Forces to
the service in which he has portant day-to-day function of or some information you want join together to get a new draft Housing Development
answered concerning your serv- law, saying if they didn't join
been serving. keeping your records straightand Planned For MoroccoA
ice record, a trip to Room 141 in
hands but continued to be "of
The lawmakers took a dim uptodate.A .
completely the Main Administration Build- 330-unit family housing
mixed mind" about how best
view of this clause, too. CREW OF four, three Waves ing would be worth your while. insure the future, a new selec- development at NAS Port Lyau-
and a sailor, is always ready to tive service law will have little tey, Morocco, was recently approved -
Larry'Elliott Band time.tackle your problems at any MDBS Payment Due chance. Defense. by the Department of

Mutual Death Benefit Society
Plays For Crew'sDance These four enlisted personnel members are reminded that assessment Two men were marooned on Planned primarily for enlisted
work under direction of James No. 91 is due by. March a desert island for five years. families, the project will require
March 18 Lynn, PNC, who supervises the 19. One day one of them found a final sanction by the House and
office. Positively no assessment will family-size Coke bottle that had Senate Armed Services Commit-

Larry Elliott will bring his Working with chief Lynn are be accepted after this date. I washed ashore.He tees.The
famous orchestra to Mainsidegym LaDonna "Scotty" Walsh, PN3, stared at it in disbelief and quarters will be detached
for a March- 18 Crew's leading i petty officer; Donna Said the 'skunk when the wind then ran over to the other man. pre-fabricated buildings. Navy
Dance at 2000.A Lord, YNSA; Lillian Streling, changed, "Good grief, George. We've Seabees will erect homes with
new approach to fine dance PNSN, and Walter Wright, SA. "It aU comes back to me now." shrunk! assistance of local labor. (AFPS)

music will be the keynote in the WALSH IS the re-enlistment
appearance of this band. yeoman and also handles a great r
Contrary to the belief that it's deal of correspondence concern-
impossible to convey danceable ing enlisted personnel.
rhythms and manage to retainan Streling takes care of the
interesting style, the Larry service record entries while Lord r
Elliott Orchestra leads the way and Wright handle files, long-
by proving false this misconception. evity and act as messengers. .

i Should you have a problem,
Dancers are amazed to find:
such easy dance rhythms, pretty
melodies and a full sounding Fleet Reserve Unit
style, all from the same band. :
Along with his orchestra, Elliott Aids Hospital WardLadies

will present an all-star cast, ___ *1
headlined by Elaine Powell. Also Auxiliary of Fleet Re-
featured will'be the Dixielandersand serve Association Unit 126 held :I
numerous comedy numbers. a sewing bee recently at the
Highly successful engagementsby home of the president, Mrs. Lois p,y 04. '"Seb'.;.ry 3

the Larry Elliott Orchestra Murphy. ::3
throughout the country have Clothing items and wash cloths : /.;/+"'4 ,::' j J

made them well deserving of the and quilts were made for the r..r fi ?S #',,4' i; :: ?k
title-"Amefica's Most Danceable Pediatrics Ward of the Naval _.:%.NrrY,f.+ d .',_./LvO'' a' W,," "''''':.. a:.,,:G...-or A ':i .- d_' 'r,rs', _< lE ry 76?_'.w.vY.a..,...,vAQab9.r:..:; .*'.JYi0.\AK'_' 5.000W7 4:i, ..: %_
Band." I. ___ Hospital.Mrs. MARINE BARRACKS PROMOTEES The NAS Jax Marine Barracks recently advanced
"You don't Mary Grubbs, Hospital eight men in rank. The new promotes gathered together for a "ilripe-pinning" contest. viewed by
Astute observation: Maj.] L. J. Sartor Marine Barracks commanding officer. (right). Men advanced were left to right.
make any footsteps in the sandsof Committee Chairman, had chargeof CorpL Morgan Barnwell Pfc. William Bilker. Corpl. Hejekiah Clark Pfe. Samuel Cook Corpl. Jer-
time by sitting..down." the sewing. ome Karp. CorpL Michael Riley, Pfc. Alex Scott and CorpL Dick Thompson.i. .


Page 4 JAX ,AIR NEWS A 13 March 1958

\ :: National Library

Week Nears

First observance of National
,y'y'i '
Library Week, March 16-22, is

expected to focus widespread at-

tention on reading and on the I II

importance 0 f libraries 0 fall
kinds from the bookshelves in
your home to the vast collectionsin I;
: # public and private libraries.

This first nation-wide campaignon !

behalf of reading and librarieshas j
drawn enthusiastic response i ji

from the highest levels of leader- I

; T %s ship in business, education, government -

{ y f,fi and the arts.

It's hoped National Library

Week itself will stimulate the act

of reading, for information and

facts, for fun and fancy, for all
the reasons that make the printed

word vital in daily life.

ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL CLASSES Mrs. Betty Branum wife of Comdr. R. Branum of NAR- __ ... .
TUtJi supervising her five-year-old class at the Protestant Sunday School as members place theirofferings
in the offering-box (left photo.) Left t3 right! are Dwight Husband Mrs. Branum. Ricky
I Prothero, Gregg Harnden Michael Turner Aldr Gatlin. Claudia Jones and Linda Atteberry. In
top right photo. Comdr. P. L. Holmes commanding officer of Fasron 109 shown with his class :
of seventh grade students. These classes are typical of those held each Sunday at All Saints' : l
Chapel. I 1

I' All Saints' Chapel Sunday School

Takes Hand In Children GrowthOne r ss..iS .

of the largest Navy
The teaching part of the Sun- all phases of the program; Lt. .
Schools in operationis
Sunday day School is divided into four W. W. Bartlett, Chaplain, reli- l
at All Saints' Protestant
departments, each with a separate gious advisor and assistant to
at NAS Jax.
Chapel wing of the building. This the superintendent; Mrs. Ann t
The religious education of allows for a planned program of Davison, assistant superintend- 1a
children is a primary function of _
expansion with a projected pos-
the family and All Saints' has sibility of 600 students. ent.Originally, the School was in
set up a Sunday School programto
Personnel from all commands the small chapel behind the
assist the family in this workof
at NAS Jax work in the School. main Chapels. As the School .
nourishing the religious growthof vi.FD
it moved into
Department superintendents are grew, was a new
young people. Lcdr. T. B. Vaught, ComFairJax building. In 1954, classes were
THE: SUNDAY School has Staff, Senior Dept.; L. J. moved to Building 804, which
shown steady growth for a good eventually also proved inade-
Jackson, AE1, AE A School, tiSi
period of time. From a very Junior Dept.; H. E. Stepler, quate. ;
small group a few years ago, it AEC, AE A School, Beginners IN SPRING of 1957, classes > 1
has grown into an organization Dept.; and Mrs. L. DeGroff, Pri- were moved to part of Building _..I>j;::<"",, :"..w". ll -_ .
operating 35 classes on Sunday Dept. 722, and by the summer of 1957, BEGINNERS GO TO ASSEMBLY Students in the Begin g1
mary at All Saints' tai
ners Department Sunday School are shown on
with registration of over 400. EACH FLOOR of the SS build- the entire building was 'in use their way to assembly: worship period an important part of each
The present building ((722)) can ing has an assembly area, used as a Sunday School. meeting. One of their teachers Mrs. Edna Loveti, (center) is 2sc
accomodate 500 persons and thatis All Saints' Sunday School uses helping shepherd the young children into the hall. The Sunday scb
the next goal of the group. by the departments on that floor. the same material for their School hour is also divided into small classes in all four de-

TEACHERS meetings are held classes as do 80 per cent of all partments.

-r }t\"I"f 0 chiefly Regular on Teacher the department meetings level.are The Armed material Forces, Sunday called Schools.Unified Growth Of Sunday CLASS/f/f D w w

.. held when needed and the latter to
.,. I \ It: rs Armed Forces Curriculum, is
For Rent lefa
part of these are broken downto drawn from denomina- School On
different Brings
meetings on the department tions. 3-Bdrm' ((2-bath) Unfurn. Hse.
On Black Creek. $90 Mo. CO- 14
level. Full teachers meetings
are The Unified Curriculum
All Saints' Chapel confined \o business involvingall Teacher ShortageGrowth 4-8772. Cherry/Ext-721.
a continuing
1-Bdrm Furnished Cottage. On o1do
Sunday March 16 persons. religious education to thosein of the All Saints' Black Creek. $45 Mo. CO-4-8772.
0930 Sunday School, three- Organizational personnel include the Armed Forces who are Protestant Sunday School bringsa CherryExt721.5Room .

year-olds through adults, Bldg. Lcdr. C. E. Rich,, super- being transferred to different continuing need for help in House.
4788 Goodwin
722; Service of Worship, Chap- intendent, in complete charge of. Sunday Schools.UPSADAISY making the program a success.In Ave.
(Ortega Manor). $92.50 Mo. t
lain Osman. the final analysis, it is the EV72320EL66541. Mitchell.

"-1100 Service 0 f Worship, teachers who do the most to aid 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday.

Chaplains Reagan and Davis. in the religious growth of our 4-Rm Cottage. $40 Mo. EV- i

1830 Teen-Age Fellowship, children. 8-5503. Bilesario.For.
Bldg. 722. Teachers are needed who have Sale t

Monday. March 17 previous teaching experience, 3-Bdrm. Home. 5322 Redrac St.

1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. :6) rS' but even more welcome are per- GI Equity. $63 Mo. EV-7-4011.,
sons interested and who want to ish
Wednesday March 19
19 Lenten Service, Chapel help. 3-Bdrm. Home 4912 HomecrestCir.

Thursday March 20 :: ayY.'S?:'' C'::..','<.. Yoi teacher training and
>;iy.: : ;2x+:. e ";ir.? program EV46494.
160,0. Junior Choir Rehearsal, .5.6:. :\ovr't
.e J '; a{. ;s assistant .
: 6r;:#;,.r: .M r; by being an in a class, 3-Bdrm. Home. 6314 Bartholf r
Bldg. 722.
you gradually become trainedto a
Ave. GI
Equity. Avail May 23.
1915 All Saints' Choir Rehearsal take over a class if interested.In EV-9-7609. t]

Chapel.St.. Edward's. Chapel ; f4J b:: : ;: the School addition is to trying regular to teachers build a, Hill.3-Bdrm.EV-8-4415.House Evans.GI Equity. Oak IItt

Sunday, March 16 : r;a.:,,':. list of stand-by teachers. Parti-

0830, 1000 Sunday. .?.o''il. '::. cularly wanted are people who
0630 ..:. Daily. 4i.;;.;.: do not necessarily want to teach as
Y. :<..<4''f{ Y;ti a wY' ?r'' +l M1fi"iX.Z; dQF' {Y r i ?
0800 Saturday.St. full-time but are willing to help ADULT SUNDAY igp

Luke's Chapel
occasionally. ::
Naval Hospital Li.i Stand-bys are needed who SCHOOL ACTIVEAre

Sunday, March 16 will come in one Sunday out of you interested in an T

0630] Catholic Mass. I four as last minute replacementsand Adult Sunday School class? in

0930 Service 0 f Worship, also be "on call" for other The Protestant Sunday School
Chaplain Bryant. possible replacements from timeto has such a class in operation.
time. Why not become f'g'
a memberof
Latter Day Saints (Mormon) -

Tuesday, 1930, Chapel room addi- _..-..z..."_,...QT_ ", rnom' 11 ,m: :: "" ....."U..8.'tI... n ,, ....... Additional Information on the it? It meets from 0930 to
program can be obtained from 1030 each Sunday.You .
tion. Sketch shows Army's new airplane that
take-off like Lcdr. C. E. Rich (ext. 8228)) or are cordially invitedto
Science a helicopter, then switch to conventional for- seR
Tuesday, ward Chaplain W. W. Barlett
flight. Swirel-mounted propellers provide power and hov- (ext. participate.
: 1900 Bldg. 751. ... ering ability craft can fly farther and faster than helicopters. 8479.) k.r.k.d.

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x / Crackerjax, PensacolaIn

r All-Navy Cage Bids

: **.. :,.
Sixth Naval District representatives took home all the
jewels in the South Atlantic Regional Basketball Tourney

March 3-5 at Mainside gym, with Pensacola Navy capturingthe
men's title and the Jax Navy Crackerjax scoring in wo-

men's .play.
x '5S I'- Buck Weaver's Pensacola crew,
Chris Cotton Jo Colvin,
which wrested the 6ND toga Mary
coach Bob Caskey and Ensign J.
from defending champion and
host Jax Navy, stroked past all A. Mack.
Men's Regionals opened with
\ oposition to successfully carryout
the favorite's role. Pensacola drubbing Guantanamo
IN WAVES competition, the Bay, Cuba, 80-53, after toying
with the 10ND champs through
54 Crackerjax eked 0 uta 52-50
; thriller over Pensacola's Goset- most of the initial half.
) BIG CENTER John O'Neill was
\ S tcs in the rubber game of the
4t 6ND. high for the winners with 16

In Regional play,. the Cracker- markers while Ellston Pulliam,
deadly on the push from around
jax grabbed by dropping
bucketed 19 for "Git-
the key,
Bainbridge Navy, lone challenger "
45-37, and 48-44. mo.
The Goshawks arc currently Events taking place through
-- "" remainder of the tourney were
engaged in the All-Navy Classicat
ALL-STATION ALL-STAR AGGREGATION The Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 reigned supreme :-I Pearl Harbor, T. H. which to blend together to feature the
over Mamside intramural basketball squads then went on to down Support Splinters 56-40 I same clubs in the finale two days
last week for the All-Station title. The win was the fourth of the week for the 'Cane Hunters I starts today and is due to end
who succeed CVG-I7 in the All-Station hardwood throne room. Members of the championship out- Monday, March 17. later.
fit include front row, (left to right) Lee Johnson Ernie Stewart. Dick Meek and Rene Mon. THE WAVES ARE in San Jim Humphrey, team captain,
Rear Bill Hill, Roger Beidler and Ken Meadowu. Diego for women's competitionthe paced his Pensacola mates to a

same dates. Expected to give 90-63 final game victory, mesh-
Boxers Gain Added the Crackerjax their biggest op- ing 33 points while forward Joe
Three Sports On osition is the San Diego Naval Mai, a short (as basketball players -

Training Station, host for the go) youngster with a deadlyeye

Tap For CenterSpecial Depth For Title EventSeeking event, led by former Cracker- hooped 23 markers.
Services Departmenta jax eager, Gerri Gorsky. Pulliam led Guantanamo with
NATTCenter announcedthis 22 points. With this win came
to repeat as 6ND champion, the Jax Navy boxing Making the California trip Atlantic Regional title
the South
week the schedule for the were Judy Bozman, Pat Graham,
team is in Key West for the District Tournament which for Pensacola and the Hawaiian
summer sports program. starts tonight (Thursday). Joyce Kerner, Sophie Sayato-
First competive intramural Coach Chuck Phillips earlier ---- vich, team captain Carolyn Johnson trip. mainstays
sport to get underway will be this week released names of box- pounds; Henry Pearson, 178 Jesse; Riddle, Darla Wil- WITH TWO MARINE -
table tennis, which has March ers who will participate for Jax. pounds, and Hansen, Heavyweight son, Pat Arm n, Marty Borhauer, Mike Wadsworth and Bill
124 as its opening day. All per- Navy. Kahlef, unable to compete beyond -

sonnel interested are to enter WITH RAY Sharabba, who returned On tap for the winners of the NATTC Chess Play the District level, Pensa-
( before March 17.NATTCenter last week aboard the 6ND is the Southeastern Region cola augmented for the Regionals
softball action Roosevelt, the Jax team was giv- als at Norfolk, March 18-20 and Enters Quarter-finals I and All-Navy by adding Jim
I will get underway April 14, en more depth needed to win the for the regional winners, the With the NATTCenter chess Good, Jax Navy veteran, Bill '
I with practice games scheduled crown. right to engage in the All-Navy tournament entering the quarter Beyer, Sanford sparkplug, and

I to begin April 1. The softball Also returning to action is Bil- finals, also held at Norfolk, March finals, M/Sgt "Red" Greenwoodof John Warfield, three-year Green
I league 'will be a two round af- ly Martin, who has been hos- 2428. Aviation Fundamentals School, Cove Springs ace.
fair, with each team playing pitalized following an ear opera- Winners of the All-Navy con- and Chief Jim Sauers of Naval The choice of Beyer was un-
114 games. tion, and heavyweight Richard tests then will enter the All- Air Weapons Systems School, ap- precedented. The tall center
Badminton also will have its Hansen who has been deployedin Service matches at Bolling Field, pear to be leading contenders for played only two games in the
opening on April 14, with the the Med.Expecled. Washington, D. C. on April 9. the ,crown. 6ND, his Sanford mates getting
(deadline for entries, April 7. to see action are Wil- eliminated that fast. However,
he stood out in both games.:
liiam Aybar, 112 pounds; Shar-
This is how the ball bounced
abba, 118 pounds, last year's run- 7hr. w around between the opening and clos-
ce Johnson Nips ner-up in the All-Navy; Martin, ing tiffs In the four-team hardwood
139 pounds, and David Blanchard, extravaganza.
I : First round: Pensacola 80 Guan-
125 pounds. i: ; ::
ichards Claims : tanamo 53; Norfolk 91, Kingsvillt 87.
Also,Albert Powell, 147 pounds; '. r: t. f ri Second round: Pensacola 69, Norfolk'
Lawrence "Smiley" Howard, 156 :,,.).W' 60; Guantanamo 84, Klngsvllle 69.
itation Golf TitleAce ..., Semi-Finals: Guantanamo 82 Norfolk -
72. Finals: Pensacola
Johnson defeated Frank NATTC Fish RodeoTo namo 63.Missilemen.

ichards, 5 and 3, Sunday to
aim the NAS Jax Station Golf Start March 21A

(hampionship title. I sure sign of spring came into T Hold

Richards also held runner-up focus this week, when the NATT
nors in last years event when I Center Special Services Depart- Safe Keg LeadWith

ave Bruce spilled him, 2 up in ment announced the first Fish
tra holes.In Rodeo of the season will begin five week's remaining in
first flight competition, Ed March 21. the NATTCenter i intramural

verby won over Charlie Bartt The rodeo, to last one month, g/ j jj4 bowling league, the Missilemenof
r Naval Air Weapons Systems
2 up. is open to all NATTCenter fish- f
JW. J. Helson lost to "Harv" ermen, with prizes to.be awardedfor School have a comfortable nine

arville, 3 and 2 for second the following types of fish: game cushion.In .
ight honors while J. F. Johnson bass, bream or perch, crappies, last week's action, AK school

ptured the third flight, beatg speckled trout, drum, sea bass, i f j. ,,,, had a chance to close in on the
Bill Williamson, 2 up. and rough fish (largest fish rit; ; leaders, but was tumbled in all

Trophies were awarded t o caught, any type). ?; three games by the Missies.
inners and runner-up in the All interested personnel are reminded AO School kept pace by win-
t>ur flights while Ace Johnson, they must pick up an entry ning three, but still fell one half
'inner of the championship blank at Special Services De- game short for a secondplacetie.

ight, received a special award. partment, Building 614, prior to .
m .mm"m
the contest. Individually, Sgt. Fred Asberry
pi. Kenneth L. Wheeler
Cop: "Use your noodle, lady, NAS Jax Supply Officer prebenis winning team trophy to Carolyn of the Marine Aviation Detach-
|se your noodle!" Folks say that marriage teaches Johnson captain of the South Atlantic Regional championship ment turned in a sparkling performance -
Woman Driver:' "For heaven's you loyalty, tolerance, understanding Jax Nary Crackerjax following completion of play last with a 626 series. Roll-
ke, i where is it? I've pushedd ,' perserverance and a week at Mainside gym. The Crackerjax downed Pensacola in ing games of 225, 214, and 187, he
the Sixth Naval
District event then blanked Norfolk in two
-pulled everything. in the lot of other things you wouldn'tneed straight for the Regional toga. The locals are in California for now takes over the high series
r." if you'd stayed single. the All-Navy Tournament at San Diego March 1317. and high' game honors.March .


Page SAX AIR NEWS 13 March 1958

O & R Department Keeps Trophy

Harry King Gains Top

Civilian Fishing AwardHarry

King of Overhaul and Repair Department was

announced as 1957 Grand Prize winner in the NAS Jax Civi-

lian Fishing Contest. King was awarded his prize at the : ''' F si

annual banquet last week, in the Civilian Cafeteria.He .
won a-trophy and fishing

equipment in recognition of his 14-ounce bass taken with rod

fine catch, a prize-winning 12- and reel and artificial lure; Ray-

pound black bass.ORDINARILY mond Mayberry, Public Works,

.' THE grand eight pound, 12-ouncer with fly

prize winner receives a checkto rod and artificial lure, and L. F.

cover cost of having his win- Royal, 0 & R, who caught an

ning entry mounted. However, eight pound, six-ounce bass,

King caught his fish in January, tops in the spinning rod and

1957 too long ago to make keep- artificial lure class.

ing the fish practical.Ten With only black bass Includedin

other prizes were awarded the original Civilian Fishing

civilians for winning catchesin Contest six years ago, the event

various fish categories, in has grown to include six other -; i4iiij'f ifIIL"I '-'< J

additioh to prizes for method of species in competition. J CIVILIAN FISHING WINNERS Awards for the top catches during 1957 competition of the

catching black bass. All prize WINNERS IN this categorywere Station Civilian Fishing Contest went to lucky recipients at the annual luncheon last Friday In
winners also received trophies. the Civilian Cafeteria. Award winners were, front row (left to right) Harold Harris: Harry King.
J. E. Morton, 0 & R, who grand nrize winner Capt. K, L. Wheeler NAS Supply Officer, who presented the awards: Comdr.L. I
Presiding at the ceremony was caught a one-pound, eight ounce F. Frick O & R Inspection Officer, holding departmental trophy: C.- W. Whisenant, committee
C A. "Chuck" Whisenant, chair- bream; Carol GnannO & R, topsin chairman; James Lamb and L..F. Royal. Rear, Merlin Brown: J. E. Morton: C. W. Anderson: Ray-
man of the Fishing Contest the striped bass category withan mond Mayberry: Homer Miller and Carol Gnann.

Committee. Awards were pre- 11-pound, eight ounce catch;

sented by Capt. K. L. Wheeler, C. W. Anderson, 0 & R, leaderin

NAS Jax Supply Officer. the speckled trout event witha BLUE COLLAR

OTHER BLACK bass winners six-pound, 12-ouncer; Decker d

include Homer Miller, 0 & R, Smith, 0 & R, had winning entry FOR SUMMER

with an 11-pound, seven ouncer among whiting with a two- 15 JUMPER OUTThe
with live bait Harold
caught ; pound, seven ouncer; red bass

Harris, 0 & R, seven pound, winner was Merlin Brown, 0 & (This is the final& article on federal income taxes based on white jumper with blue
'I collar and cuffs will not be
R, who landed a whopping 28- information supplied by the Internal Revenue Service.) .
pound, eight ounce catch, and The Internal Revenue Service warns federal income taxpayers I adopted by the Navy becauseof

Hypnotist To James Lamb, 0 & R, led in the to retain their copies of returns filed during the current tax' trouble with dyes blendinginto
the white body of the
speckled perch field with a catch season. Records of income and expenses used in preparation of the
weighing three-pounds three- should jumper, according to Army,
Appear HereThe return also be kept.
Navy, Air Force Journal.
ounces. The government has three years
omitted from the return which is The decision to reject the
David Merrill Show will Guests at the banquet included after the return is filed in whichto
than 25 cent of the total blue and white jumper follows
be presented at King Hall Build- more per
Capt. Wheeler; Lcdr. William I examine it. If an amount is
income reported, the gov- reports by Fleet units which
ing 563, Wednesday (March 19) Murphy, NAS Special Services gross
ernment has six in which wear-tested the item. It was
at 2000. years
Officer who represented the com- 'AEB( ) Honor Man
the dark blue
The show I to assess the tax. found dye
"Amazing and
officer and
manding executive I
Accordingly, as a practical "bleeds" into the white when
Amusing with For VS-21
Hypnotism, is an officer; Comdr. R. F. Deulfer, Heading
audience participation affair and matter, copies of tax returns the jumper is laundered.The .
Assistant NAS Public Works Oval Qualls, AEC of Hot and supporting data should be Journal quoted the
reportedly one of the finest ofit's
Officer Comdr. L. F. Frick i
kind in professional ; Springs, Ark., was honor stu- retained for at least six years Navy as saying that the most
tainment. enter- O & R Inspection Officer, and dent at Friday's graduation of after the filing date. advanced dyes available from

Leonard Eubanks, Industrial Re- Aviation i Electrician's Mate reused in the
During his entertaining and Records pertaining to the basis industry we
informative show, Merrill will lations Officer. School, Class "B," at NATTCenter. for determining gain or loss on manufacture of the test sum-

demonstrate mass hypnosis, individual Comdr. Frick received the departmental the taxpayer's property should be mer garb.
hypnosis and posthypnotic trophy for 0 & R,I A veteran of the Naval Serv- retained .for at least six years
suggestion. by virtue of King's grand prize ice since 1942, Qualls has been after the property is disposed of.

Among the "acts" presentedare catch. 0 & R won a leg on the I transferred to VS-21, San Diego, In cases of failure to file a EconomyContinued

same trophy last year I Calif. return, there is no limit on the
an imaginary party during
( from Page 1))
which those participating will length of time the governmenthas
in which to examine the e Pool stenographic and typ-
and of
a group
ing work, wherever feasible.
men fighting a losing battle withan taxpayer. .
Beyond this requirement, how- Make pen and ink changeson
imaginary known
puppy as
Killer! Puppy Dog. ever, taxpayers should find that correspondence rather than
retention of their copies of returns have letters sent back for retyping -
Merrill has
performed in
should help them in filing because they have minor
than 20
foreign countries
as wellas
} ,4 next year, especially if there is typographical errors, or becausea
most of the U. S.
little or no change in their fin- thought was left out when let-
Personnel aboard N AS Jax-
ancial status.In ter was dictated.
based commands are invited to
addition, it is suggested that USE POSTCARDS when
attend the free show.
records of 1958 expenditures- answering routine inquiries, or

canceled checks, receipts, nota- answer across the bottom of incoming -

Center Goes tions of contributions, sales taxes correspondence.

(Continued from Page 1)) and other levies, interest pay- Repair, don't replace linens,
ments and other .deductible itemsbe mattresses, galley equipment
NATTCenter had surpassed its z:
retained with the return
mess tubs, etc.Reduce .
suggested monetary goal. copy for ready reference in com-
Other commands participating reviews. All of us
puting 1958 federal and state re-
' in the campaign declared that it have superiors. Review of. our
was yet too early to give out work is necessary. The questionis

figures on their efforts. Pre- "How many reviews"?

liminary reports ranged from Pay GroupContinued REDUCE TIME spent away

"fair" to "good." ( from Page 1)) from job. Check hours, procedures -

Tentative goal set for the com- increment changed to basic pay. services of your banking,

bined campaign, with proceeds ti }..4.y This system is expected to encourage eating and other employee facil-
t going to six National Health : officers to stay for a full ities to see if they can be improved -

Agencies plus Care and Crusadefor career. 'to give faster service.

Freedom, was $17,200. .' .' ._. Defense, like the Cordiner report One person can bring back re-
Military and civilian personnelof feels the higher grades of freshmen( for several others

eight commands in the Jack- the officer and enlisted ranks during coffee break.

sonville area, including Fleet Air should be sharply increased' as an Eliminate mail logs for un-

Jacksonville, NAS Jax, NAS Ce- 44 V incentive to the lower grade classified mail. If a letter is

cil Field, NAAS Mayport, Naval men to stay in and work up to actually lost, the log won't find

Hospital, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, those rates. i it.

NATTCenter, and NARTU were I The campaign calls on com-

.asked to contribute. Classes in nuclear warfare will manding officers submit "dol-

., Individuals were able to designate s arDe begin March 1 in the Navy's new lar' stretch": ideas to the Dollar
,their choice of agency' SHOW OFFS -,.This trio of lorely hues: from left Carol $1.5 million t classroom. building Stretch Committee, from'persons
I Conn.. Marjie Tennet: and Jol Lansing show, how the television
via the envelope system.. industry U shaping up." :at North Island NAS,.Calif. '. within their pwn command.