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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: September 19, 1957
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VOL-15 NO. 24 *u" .' C mm *drr KAB4NDI Fleet Air lad.'llIel, Fleet Air Wing Hi Nanl l Air TethnlcU Tr Ul.c CVntr{ X.ril Iro.plt.l J.fki...lll.. 19 Sept. 1957

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Retail Men v i: Shrubbery




Renew War RemovalExplained





on ExchangeUnder

Why tHc pulling up and replacement -

a headline reading "Re of some of the

tail Industry Battle Widening more luxuriant shrubbery

Scope of PX's," merchants are s s.r aboard the Station?

renewing the campaign against
That's the question being asked
military exchanges by chargingthat
much of the and the
the services minimize and by populace

misrepresent the impact of ex- .,. answer as supplied by Station officials

changes on civilian retail trade. I IxA is spelled c-c-o-n-o-m-y.

The article front-paged "Worn AS A RESULT of reduced

en's Wear Daily," a trade paperof funds and manpower, the Station

the retailing industry and is \ 1. has had to reduce hand trimmingof

the first of a series designed both '\4 1iJ shrubbery. Public Works,
to save face for the National Retail r .t w which handles the maintenanceand

Dry Goods Association, which care of shrubbery, has had

lost its anti-exchange case before its grounds forces cut almost in

the House Armed Forces Com half as a result of the recent slashin
mittee, and at the same time operating funds.
incite retailers to continue thefight.
To keep the workload in bal.
I
ance with reduced personnel,
'
Strongly critical of the services .
position that exchanges represent I I : :: some shrubs requiring frequent
: ; trimming are being removed. In
:'
an important fringe benefit, the < '
,' ;." locations where Station
appearance -
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articles stress alleged loss of business .. : '
,. requires shrubbery, other
by civilian retailers due to SIIRUIIIIERY BEING REPLACE) This pie e of shrubbery is in the process of being removed types requiring less expensive
low exchange prices. and replaced with another type which will require less expensive rare. It is all a part of the sta- I substituted.
being
care arc
'I
-en. tion's planned economy drive to keep the future workload in balance with the reduced grounds main. I

tenanre force. Only hedges_. .. and shrubbery maintained by Public Works Department will be affected. EVERYTHING IS being doneto
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Naval Pilots I maintain the appearance so

EM Food Pay life Compromise Warning personnel can still take pride in

their Station officials dec'lared.IIWe .
Now To Serve ,
Decision Awaited

Standards Are are not stripping the Sla-
Defense Department food and He-up HighDespite
Longer Tours budget officials are now iron- tion bare nor are we wiping out
all greenery. We arc replacingour
ing out some last-minute details -
Most pilot candidates entering before setting the new Crisis more luxuriant shrubbery,

Naval aviation programs after rate for commuted rations, 'Shipping' which costs money and manpower

next Jan. 1, will be required to which may mean as much as a to maintain. It is a welt

serve three and one-half years on dime increase.A While the Navy needs a higher reenlistment rate among planned program," one official

active duty after completing Defense spokesman told first cruise sailors, Vice Adm. James L. Holloway Jr., Chiefof declared.It .

flight training, the Navy has an- Navy Times that the new rate Naval Personnel, is quoted as denying the need will be is further emphasized that

nounced. would be "at least $1.05 pet filled at any sacrifice of standards.What only hedges and shrubbery main-

The new policy, demandingfrom day" the NaVy would like is a to remain on active duty. I tained by the Public Works Department -
four-and-one-half to five The allowance is currently 25 percent first-term reenlistment will be effected In this

years total service for Navy pilots $1 for enlisted personnel not rate, something that has not been RESERVISTS may now obligate I economy drive.

depending upon the program under eating at the general mess and attained in years. The most recent themselves for active duty periods I

which they train, will applyto while on leave. rate is 20.6 percent, for last June. of 12, 24, 36 or 48 months

all flight candidates, except THE NEED is urgent on accountof beyond the dote of their obligated I Red Cross Asks
Naval Aviation Cadets, whose obligated -
the large number of men to tours.In .
tour is limited to four
CongregationsList Disaster Funds
transfer to Fleet Reserve over the
by law. warning commands not to
years
next few with 400
years, some
All other aviation candidates ServicesFor compromise reenlistment stand Personnel are reminded that
men slated to end their active
must now serve at least two years service each month during this ards, Adm. Holloway said: the American Red Cross is

after finishing flight courses. Yom fiscal year. "The fact that first-term rcen- still in great need of additional
The longer tour of duty, the KippurReligious listees arc needed to replace funds to assist victims and
With the transfer rate increasing
Navy said, will improve the overall losses of experienced senior petty their families suffering from
services in observanceof to about month
1,000 men a
readiness of Naval aviation by the havoc and devastation
officers who are largely transfer
Rosh Hoshanah Jewish New
or during fiscal 1960-62, and actual
increasing the level of experience caused by Hurricane Audreyin
ring to the Fleet Reserve after
Year will be held at the follow. career losses from all causes during
among pilots and bring a higher completion of long and faithful the southern and middle
ing Jacksonville synagogues: this latter period expected to
return for $100,000 to $125,000 investment careers emphasizes the necessityof portions of the U. S.
Congregation Ahavath Chesed run about 30,000 men each year,
in individual training.The reserving the privilege of re- The emergency is still grave,
(Reform), St. Johns Ave. and Adm. Holloway warns commandsnot
Air Force recently made a enlistments only to well qualified it is pointed out. Contributionsfor
Mallory St. On Wednesday, to compromise reelistment
similar ruling, upping tours from individuals." this emergency appeal
Sept. 25, 1900, 2100; on Thursday, standards for numbers.To .
three to five years for student -----.+. should be mailed directly to
pilots. (AFPS) Sept. 26, 10001230. help the reenlistment prob. the American Red Cross, Field
lem and the needs for qualified WEATHER OUTLOOK
,
4Ordnance Jewish Center Synagogue (Con. Director's Office, Dldg. 39,
servative)',"3rd and Silver Sts. petty officers, the Admiral has Weekend weather: Partly NAS Jar.
School eased rules allowing reservists cloudy to cloudy. Showers.
On Sept. 25, 1800-2000; Sept 26, .
'-- -----
Lists Honor Men 0800-1230 and 1830, and on Sept.


Charles LaCroix, AOAN, of 27 Etz, 08001200.Hayim Congregation (Orthodox I Alter 'MO' Payment Procedure | 1

Pulaski, Tenn., and Elmer Deal, ), 29 West 6th street. On

AOC, White Bluffs, Tenn., were Sept. 25, 1800; Sept. 26, 0800.1300

honor students last week at the and 1800, and on Sept. 27, 0800- USNR and Fleet Reserve per which is the date they arc actual. I they arrive home for their mus.
graduations of Aviation Ordnance 1300. I sonnel on active duty will no ly due to arrive home. !
tering out or severance and
School Class A and B respectively The above Congregations have longer receive lump sum readjustment Such personnel are on active pay

at NATTCenter. issued an invitation to all military I pay and mustering out duty until the day they actually lump sum readjustment pay.

LaCroix, who entered the serv- personnel of Jewish faith to attend I pay or severance pay when they arrive home. Personnel, when detached Mustering out and severance

ice in February of this year, has the service of their choice. leave their active duty. station, from NAS Jax, will be .
not to the
pay are paid same
not been assigned yet, and chief Home hospitality will also be according to SecNav Note 7220. given their regular pay, throughthe pE'r.son.

Deal, a veteran of 17 years.service available for those who desire it This pay will be received by date of discharge, plus travel Personnel will get either

has been ordered to report to and may be obtained by phoningany check to be mailed on the sched- one or the other, if eligible, but

VP-11, NAS Brunswick, Me. of the above Congregations. uled date of their discharge, pay.However.. they must wait until not both.



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Published every Thuiidty for Ny anti Marine ctlvltlei( at Naval Air n
Station, Jacksonville, Fla. .
1 NAS, JaciioivlIU 19
omdt. Robert H. Smith .-.i-m.-....................... ...!.......!.-..,,",,_ Commanding Officer Thursday, Sept. "
'Comdr. 1. D, VUUIanuon ?.. ._ Executive Officer Mainside Joker Is Wild ', : 'f

,Hear Adm. Wendell Swltrerleet Air lackl.m. .... Commander (color drama) Frank Sinatra and
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. Chief of 1 Staff: Jeanne Crain. One showing only.

Ctpt. Sidney J. Lawrence .Fleet Air 1i'lag. .>.= ""_.__,...... CommanderCapt. NATTCenter Unknown Ter. .. '.:. :,: :: "
T. S. White ..__. Chief of Staff ror (horror) Mala Powers and t ',' ::i'
I Nanl Air Techalctl Tralalar Center Cloak and
Richards. Also
Paul
I Capt. Charles L. Moore, Jr. r--r--- ,- -,-- -r Commanding Officer ..
Comdr. Wilfred:. Fleshman --_-_ ____ Executive: Officer Stagger and Cowboys of Mare- :' :'
I Naval Hospital
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl I Commanding Officer maa. l6
'Capt. Marcy Shupp Executive OWen Hospital Quantex (color

,I Capt. Norman O. Anderson XARTU >_ Command! Officer western) Fred McMurray and C ,, .
Comdr. William EX llaidy Executive Officer Dorothy Malone. Also Melbourne,

I Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville\ Florida Olympic City. f t
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-J5: Ilev.I tI
I Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Friday, Sept 20
Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training c..nteri Mainside Wayward Bus (drama .
'Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Resene Training Unit and the U. S, -
llorplUU ) Dan Dailey and Jayne Mansfield
Service Information Officer....._._._....Lcdr J. F. Klikllghter Jr Also Hunting the Netnitch.
Managing Editor Andrew 11. Planey
Assistant Editor Gordon Hobble; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; Jack NATTCenter Joker Is Wild.
Holme, PHlj: Lynn Weidman J03; John Ikbell. JOSH; lien fcyUr, SN, One showing only 5b
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff Photographer Tom Humphrcss, AN a : :
Unknown Terror
Hospital -
Miterlal:
Air of Forces S
| appearingaIn publications reprinted credits Riven. Photographs I ,
this be providing Cloak and Stagger and Cowboysof 5'SS
unless otherwise credited, are official "V(. S.Navy Photograph' I &
Editorial i offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building.: Phone Maremaa.
extensions 8164. 8346, 272 or 216. Saturday, Sept. 21
.
Mainside Man of 1000 Faces
f 4 rr __ .,.yaaa, (drama) James Cagney and Jane ; 4 .
Greer. One showing only. x s ..W .. .. x6yx
NATTCenter Wayward Bus IT'S MOVING DAY The house-like object you see wanderIn .
Hunting the Netnitch. if around looking for a place to land is the gate house of the
Naval Air Weapons Systems School at NATTCenter. In actuality
Hospital Joker: Is Wild. One the house is not floating in mid-air, but I is bring hoisted and mod
showing only to a new spot, between two fences to facilitate easier access to
Kiddies Matinee Seventh the school.
Cavalry (western) RandolphScott ------ -

and Barbara Hale. Also
Madcap Magoo. EMA-Shlp
r I..
Set
"Oh, dear," she exclaimed, "I've Training

missed :you so much. Then she Nuclear power classes foe

raised the revolver and aimed ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL enlisted men will convene in

again Sunday, Sept. 22 January, April, July and October
-- S. 0930 Sunday School, three- in basic surface and sub.

New ServiceAt year-olds through adults, Bldg. marine classes at Schenectady,
722; Service of Divine Worship, N. Y., Idaho Falls, Idaho, and
Chaplain Osman. New London, Conn, according
0' ClubAmong 1100 Service of Divine Wor- to Navy Times.

the several changes effected ship, Chaplain Morton. Others will attend the Army
ut the Officers Club to 1830 Teenage Fellowship Package Power courses at Ft.

bring patrons better services is Bldg. 722. Belvoir, Va. Rules and eligibility

x v 1 I the specially]] prepared buffet, as 1900 United Fellowship of requirements are outlined
a "' ti hs arranged by one of the nation's Protestants, Bldg. 722. In BuPers Instruction 1540.33A.
leading chefs. )Monday, Sept. 23

Charles Riley, employed &s 1930 Singspiration, Bldg 722.

TRICK SHOT ARTIST John West, (right) senior inspectorof master chef of the 0" Club, is Thursday, Sept. 26
the! Border Patrol, demonstrated some fancy pistol shooting at nationally famous for his buffets 1915 All Saints' Choir rehearsal .
the NAS Jax pistol range last week. litre, West is shown setting up and other dining preparations.: All Saint's. f I
I props for a trick shot In which the veteran sharpshooter slices Riley, who has had S T. EDWARD'S C1IAPCL:
many yearsof
bullet in half on edge of axe with the two remnants breaking the I
balloons placed on each side. Assisting at left is Jay Waldron, experience in hotels and on. Schedule of Masses :
A01, of the sponsoring lax Navy Pistol Club. world cruises, comes to the Club Sunday, Sept. 22
from the Hotel Roosevelt, wherehe 0830 3000 St. Edwaid'a: Dear Sir:

Firearms Expert I WEEKEND TIDE was master chef. Chapel. We the members of Post No. )11)

HIGH LOW The Club has also announcedthat 0300 St. Edward's Saturdays Explorer Scouts, BSA, Macon

Keeps Audience AM PM AM PM it has engaged a new manager Baptisms: Ga. take this opportunity to send
Fil. 4.11: 4.45: 10:20: 10.57: Jack Russell Russell studied Sundays after 1000 Mass.. our personal thanks to the Service
Sat 5:12: 5:42: 11:19: 11:50: Hotel and Club Management at ST LUKES'S CHAPEL Information Office for arrangements -
Fascinated Sun. 6:09: 6:36: 12:14: Cornell University and was man 0630 Catholic Mass. of our recent visit to
Small arms enthusiasts -ssem- ager of the Ellinor Village Country 0930 Service of Divine. Wor. the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta

bled at the Station pistol range mained in the chamber becausethe Club in Florida for two sea. ship, Chaplain Bryant. tion. We all enjoyed the tour very

last week to witness some tricky extraction claw had broken sons. Latter Day Saints (Mormon) much and found it very interest
shooting by John West, senior in- off." For the last seven years Russellwas Monday, 1930, Bldg. 751. ing.

epector of the US Border Patrolin Filing a ,357 Magnum combat executive assistant of Hotel Christian Science Tuesday, I, S. Searle
Roosevelt in
Jacksonville.]
1900
Jacksonville Bldg. 751. Post Advisor
revolver from a distance of 25
i West gives demonstrations before I feet, West then began a demon. -
law enforcement and civic stration of pinpoint target shoot.

groups, and has worked up a very ing.

entertaining presentation. Among his tricks were such
:
BEGINNING from an apparently feats as hitting bullseyes while

unarmed stance, he adequately sighting through a mirror; froman ..
demonstrated the need for a gun. upside down position throughhis +.
carrying suspect to be thoroughly legs; with a playing card obscuring -
searched. his sights, and with the

"If you search a man, search gun itself held upside down.

him good," said West, as in quick !. Splitting'a playing card side- _
succession he palmed a tiny five. ways, and splitting a bullet on an I
shot .22 revolver from out of his axe blade so it punctured two k A .,k .
sleeve, a twin Derringer out of balloons also drew admiring applause 9 ,.' B 1. C
his shoe, and a .38 special Colt from the audience of approximately .j
from inside his hat 150.
Y
Safety pointers in handling of Although he wouldn't discusshis

firearms came next. Telling how Patrol experiences, West did
,
even experienced shooters can be give a short speech on the dutiesof ,
fooled into thinking that a gun is that organization.West )

unloaded once they have removed plugged his sponsor, the
i i the magazine and worked the Jax Navy Pistol Club, when K'
I slide back and forth three or four asked for tips for would-be pistol
'times, West completed these. shooters. ,
,
M .
-"safety| precautions," pointed the ':" :;, ,
'
', at a target and fired it Two kittens watching "W ::4'M
gun were a ) _I ,t_""i'":;*, *
"A common mechanical failurein tennis match, and one cat said "0" CLUB STYLE Jack Russell (Hem, I
I automatics was responsible for proudly, "My mother's in that eaqulslte: : buffet arrangement, which 15 a big future new manager of the Club.of the This Officers Club here admires the
buffets with an a w rtment of fine foods is an example of the attractive
that," explained. "The bullet re- racquet! effort 01I' t'l1arJu: Wlt'f rj.lt), mater; chef now fir being the "0"served'. Chtb, at. the Club The buffets are the speciai' ,



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FA W-ll Radio School To


Greet New Class Monday I


Graduation day was last Friday for nine enlisted students of

jf7Tf the Fleet Air Wing 11 Radio School at NAS Jax.

Certificates of graduation were F. Yadon, an AT3 from Fasron
presented to the men by Capt. S. 109. Yadon achcived a mark of

> i iQ J. Lawrence, Commander Fleet
i Air Wing 11. 3.83.The school is directed by Lcdr

THIS CEREMONY marked the C. E. Davis, Air Wing 11 com-
successful completion of twelve munications officer.INSTRUCTION .
weeks of intensive training. Primary and overall
of the training is to
purpose daily operation of the school is
prepare qualified men as prospective maintained by E. J. O'Stecn,
radio in patrol-
operators RMC. His assistant is B. A Ses-

type aircraft. sions, RMI. This is the second
Honor of the class was R.
man group of men to graduate under

O'Stecn's guidance.A .

new class, 5-57, is tentatively
slated to begin studies next Mon-

WING RADIO unn.n.SCHOOL GRADUATES Graduation certificates were presented to nine men at day.
Friday at the Fleet Air Wing 11 Radio( School. Capt. S. J. Lawrence, FAW-11 comman. Recent graduates were: J. L. .
presided at the ceremonies, which culminate I twelve weeks of intensive training. Graduates Scale, AT3; C. E. Nichols, AT3;
I. instructors are, left to right, Lcdr. C. E. Davit<<, FA W-11 communications officer! and director of SALTY HUMOR FROM
J. AT3 S. D. Jarman
School; J. L. Seale, AT3; C. E. Nichols, AT3; J. A. Philips AT3; S, D. Jarman, AT3; A. G. Ie- A. Phillips, ; ,
AN; E. Adamakls, AT3; J. A. McNeill, ATAN; I). I'. Maddox, AT2; R. F. Yadon, AT3, and HERE AND THEREAt ATS; A. G. Demarre, AN; E.

B. A. Sessions, EMI, and E. J. O'Steen, RMC.Southsidc _______ _..___.__ __ ___._ a dinner party.. a shrewish Adamakis, AT3; J. A. McNeill,
ATAN; D P. Maddox AT2. end
Arc You In The Know? I woman fell into a violent argument Yadon.

To NAS with a gentleman seated by I .

ferry Is ProposedA her side. Finally, as a crowning

South Jacksonville to NAS Area Wage Survey Brings blow, she snapped, "If I were Fleet WeatherTraining

ferry: service is actively being your wife, I'd give you poison.:

considered with thought in Undaunted, the man replied UnitIs

mind of cutting down tre- Queries From EmployeesI' courteously, "Madam, if you were

mendously the time currently my wife, I'd. take. it.". InspectedMembers
and
involved in traveling to
( is the first of two articles which will help employees understand
from those two points.To Guide: "We're now passing the of Fleet All Weather
be operated privately i the area wage survey now in progress.) largest brewery in the world Training Unit, Atlantic, Detachment
I'
The wages of civilian, ungraded employees in laborer, helper '
the ferry will be on a three- Weidman: "I'm not!" 'A, were inspected by the
and mechanic trades are based on private rates in the local aiea.
shift basis and should be quite officer-in-tharge, Comdr. Richard

convenient to military and civilians A wage survey is currently being on previous surveys, plus new Sailor's creed: What I want Martin, Saturday at Hangar 11C.

residing in South Jax conducted covering firms in firms, and contacts with Chamberof most to get out of the Navy is Following the inspection, refreshments -
and the Beaches. the Jacksonville area, but results Commerce and State Employ- me. [ were served and

Anticipated cost to passengers will not be known for several ment Office.Q. guests were shown the four type
for the morning and after weeks. It will result in a new of all-weather aircraft operatedby
Are All Types Of inns The electrician's mate t was
noon service is $3.50 per week. wage schedule. Contacted? stumped. the unit. Movies were shownIn
Interested should con Common questions about wage the training building after refreshments -
persons A. No. A few types of firms Spying a passing seaman, he

tact the NAS Administration surveys include: are excluded: government agencies yelled, "Hey, you, grab one of .
Office, extension 304. Q. When Are Wage Surveys wholesale and retail outlets; those wires there" FAWTU, Bet A, was formed !at.

Held? construction companies, job shops. "Which one?," asked the sea- NAS Jax in January 1955. Priorto
A. Whenever private rates: this date the unit was designated -
New Dental Officer At Q. Why Are Construction man.
in local area, or about
change a Firms And Job Shops Excluded'? "Either one." Then, after a the Instrument Flight
NATTCentcr ClinicLt. every two years.Q. A. Because their work is typically moment of two, the electrician'smate Training Unit as part of Fleet
Jack Anderson reported Who Runs A Wage Survey? Aircraft Service Squadron Six.
]) intermittent and seasonal; asked, "Feel anything?
aboard NATTCenter Sept. 11, and A. Committee composed of they do not pay fringe benefits; "No." Detachment 'A' is permanentlybased

has been assigned as dental officer representatives of each CO of or, in other words, conditions of "Good. I forgot which wag ashore at NAS Jax and is'!

at the Center dental clinic.Lt. Naval activity in area. employment are not similar to which. Don't touch: the other one. composed of approximately 33
Q. How Are Pay Rates Obtained officers and 150 enlisted
Anderson reported from Navy employment. It'll kill you. men operating -
From Private Firms? I 30 jets and 10 type
Camp Courtney, located at Okinawa prop I
selected by
A. Employees are aircraft.
where he served with the
Third Marine Division. commanding officers to serve as: The unit's primary mission i ito +
data collectors and alternates. train pilots and aircrewmen in

V v- These people will visit local firms V fit the skills and techniques required
and obtain rates on jobs comparable 9kpY. + for the all-weather operation of
to Navy jobs.Q. :' 1 1j9VLLVV aircraft. Active duty aviators ol

rI Whit Firms Are Contacted the Jacksonville area normally

? undergo and complete this training -
I
A. All ]larger industrial firms ; once a year.
in this area will be contacted.Q. Upon satisfactory completion of

Is A Pay Raise\ Assured the course, the pilot Is awardedan

From Jar Survey? 1ijrJV' instrument rating required bv
A. If the survey shows an in the CAA and the Navy.
crease in private rates since last >

survey, a corresponding increase
will be given Navy ungraded em- Mess Cook Duty

w ployees and supervisors.Q. .

M -Who Decides Whether A For Lower EMs
Wage Increase Is Justified?

A. Secretary of the Navy,, Be EndedMess 1
based on technical reports from May
his Office Of Industrial Relations. V
cook duties for lower
enlisted
Q. If An Increase Is Indicated,,
men may be drawing to fa
Will It Become Effective?
When close, according to The Navy
A. New wage schedules usually
about 60 to 90 days TOP MAN AT AGO Times.
come out Comdr. James Todd, training The end of mess cook assign ,
after data is sent to Washington.Q. of Aviation Ground Officers
officer
CLASSIflSD ments is the main point of a re-
Who Determines Which School honor
presents
port which is to( be submitted
Firms Will He Contacted? certificate to Ensign William
The list of firms is based For Rent Stark designating him top man shortly to Rear Adm. R. J. Arn
A. 3bdrm. house in Cedar Hills, in the latest AGO graduatingclass. old, Chief of the Bureau of Supplies
Ensign Stark, native of and Accounts, The Times
Buchanan
avail. Oct. 1. $125. ti
Lt. Boline Released Michigan City, Ind., has been
Ext. 681 or EV 87825. ordered to Air Intelligence reported. J
Lt. Charles Boline, dental officer Rm. for working girl. Kit. priv. School, NAS Alameda, Calif.VF32 Included in the report are proposals '
at the NATTCenter dental References. Irwin, EV 9-5971. to replace low-ranking en.

clinic, was released from active New duplex apt. Com. Furn. 5934 Gets Honor listed personnel assigned temporary f
Wesconnett Blvd. Oakley, EV 32 the duty as mess cooks with
duty last Friday.Lt. Fighter Squadron Navy'ssupersonic
Boline reported aboard the 8-6362. I interceptor squadron, civilians.
Center in September, 1954. 2-rm. furn. apt. $45, ulil. inc. has added another "first" to its The report is based on experi. .k
2816 Harvard Ave. Bosworth. impressive scrap book by become ments conducted at 14 Naval stations w

MATS To MoveHeadquarters 1-bdrm. turn house for couple. ing the first squadron to qualifyin and includes remodeled
of the MilitaryAir $50. 6604 Seaboard Ave., Wes. in-flight refueling with the messhalls, china instead of com
I LAST STRAW- Lovely Joni Service connett. EV 8.0451 after 1700. F8U-1 Crusader. partment trays, faster service, "
Dell sips soda through the last Transportation Austin. dressed Up serving lines, new
I straw of the summer as she (MATS) will begin moving from
I lolls on the white sands of Jones Andrews AFB, Va., to Scott Bdrm. with Kit. Priv 2961 ForbesSt Daffynishuns: Lieutenant Commander dishwashing operations sad a

Beach, N. Y. Alas! It'll soon be AFB, 111. ftn Oct 1. (A FPR) EV' 8.P203. wife of f lieutenant, new cook's: watch, system
wintertime' :



4 JAX AIR NEWS 19 Sept. 1957JuniorSenior


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Highlights Golf CardThree

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nAR t. J
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tournaments highlighted golfing action over the
weekend at the NAS Jax golf course.

In the Boys' Tourney held Sat Jay and Jack Harvey with 81.
urday Bob Kiem's 87 won in the Steve and Ace Johnson had 83

12-18 group, followed by Bob Me for second place honors.
Caulcy's 9G.GCRRY ,
IN THE JUNIOR-Falher-Son
r
POLANSKY'S 52 for
division, Dave and Dick Dierker I -4
nine holes won in the 8-11 division r 4
posted 44 for top honors. Terry
with 69's by David Dierker
Johnson and his grandfather H.
and James Martin being next. _
0-
A. Bryan, were second with 49.
In the annual Junior-Senior
The event was topped off with
Bob Platt
tourney on Sunday,
garnered: a 79 for first place. Ed ice cream and cake with Capt. _
Heflin and Harry Webb were sec Edwin Kiem presenting awardsto
winners and
ond, three blows back. runner-ups.

The Father-Son'division went to LOW GROSS in Saturday's
Medal Play 3/4 Handicap match

for adults was taken by Johnson,
Jax Pistol'
r
FJsvy who posed a 77. Roy Ripley cap.

tured low net, shooting 84 with a
Team Dominates 10 handicap to tally 74.
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A three way tie for second JUNIOR LINKS CHAMPIONS The annual' NAS Jax: Hoys' Golf Tourney was held Saturdayat
Gun Club Event place low net included Capt. the Station l links with a heated scramble being waged for the various titles. Shown here are some
Stewart-White, Nick Brango and of t'te champ'ons: receiving trophies from Capt KJwin Kiem, VFP-G2 commanding officer. In their
Jox dominated Charles Baumeisler, all 'posting a beet rose for thecam, rn's eye are, left to right, Clpt Kiem and son, Michael, who Is standing in forMs I
Navy pistol aces : brother, Robert, Junior winner; Rob McCaulej Junior runner-up; Gerry Polansky, Junior-Jun
top spots at the weekly Pistol net 75. ior winner, mil James Marline and avid: DierkeJuniorJunior runners-up.
Matches held at the JacksonvilleGun L

Club the Master last weekend.In Class,. William lAX AIR NEWS I Pistol Range Flier Five Seeks

Mellon of NAS Jax, captured sec I Host ]For .45. New Mentor
ond and third places.

Virgil Weaver of Fasron 52 won r To)0 o o'rl The Jax Navy basketball

the Expert Class, and Cliff J Caliber Shoot team is looking for a new

Chandler VFP-C2, followed closely ))/ :!l: '1>: f The NAS Jax Pistol Range will skipper.

for second place honors. Frank McCaffrey, who piloted -
host five classes of .45 caliber
the Fliers to Sixth Naval
Guigno Carapellolti, NATTCen-
matches Saturday for all military
ter, and Jay Waldron, NAS, cap- NAS Tiding Ac I ion personnel. District Championships: twicein
tured second and third positions, Awards: will be given to winners the last three years, won'tbe

respectively) in the Sharpshooters' : in each: of the five classes, around for the coming sea

Class. Turbo T Turks Wi hiie Hats Master, Expert, Sharpshooter, son.
Ensign Tom Brodie won the Marksman and Tyro. Any man who feels he can

Marksman and Tyro classes. He's An entry fee of $1.00 will bQ fill the very capable shoes of
from VA Walter be obtained coach "Mac" is urged to con
-104. Everett charged. Ammunition may
took number two position in the Reserv.es Pa e Kegersnl through competitors Individual tact Comdr. Campbell at Sep-

Marksman class. command. cial Services, extension 512.

r three teams remained without a blemish in the lost This monthly shoot, governed by
column following first week's action in the Mr.inside intramural NRA rules, is conducted to pro I
I {:;:): .1 } bowling leagues. mote and encourage interest Banshees Turn

L iaI VAP-C2 Turbo Turks, one of I among area military personnel. '
week by shutouts to
: post aooppacing
seven cntnes from the heavy 4-0 maik. For additional information, call Breaks Into FirstTouch'
duty photographic squadron, William Mellon at extension C86. :

Altr 6tky blanked VA-17G Officers, 4-0, in THE RESERVES; whitewashed tr '

its only math of the week to VW-4 j2 with the VA-172 club Sheet! Ace Pcndcrgras Victory
the National League. blanking VAP-C2's Pinsplitlers.
pace : Snares CrownJax
Trap
Stylish quarterback Billy Duyck
THREE TEAMS: shared second Third place honors in the I
Navy skeet ace turned to passed his Fasron Six matesto
place. Fasron 109 took a 3-1 win American circuit are shared by
trap shooting and came away a 6-0 victory over defending
VW-4 14 and VA-172. 'the 'Cane
blanked VW-4
over (13 and
with first place prize in the weekly champion VP-10 to open the 1957
MARTD 12, 40. VW-4 11 shutOut Hunters No. 4 squad upended
shoot at the Jacksonville Gun Mainside Intramural Touch Football
Hospital and defeated Supply [Dispensary and surprised FAW11 -
Club Sunday League Monday at the Sta
3-1. both by 3.1 scores.
The VW-4 chief shattered 39 dium.

Other runner-up, VFP-62 "A" VA-172 tripped VAP-62 Strut- out of 50 targets in a close race in the contest Fasron
Early ,
hung 3-1 defeat
The Jax Navy Freelance Bow- whitewashed a VAP-62 on Supply Dusters.and- aways, 4-0, after suffering a 2-2 with 1', T. Bennett of Jackson Six's Art Lussier grabbed a punt

hunters held an all day shoot last In American action tangle with VFP-62 "B." ville. deep in his own territory and

League ___ ._.._ _.___
Sunday, and the weather was NARTU and VA-176 Enlisted Men .u'h" swivel-hipped all the way to VP-

mild for the day's shoot. both won their only match of the 18's 35-yard stripe.It .

In the morning event handicap was here that Duyck took

division, Don Casey with a 47 a over and promptly engineered a
came out on top followed by Bill HAS Football spiral to Travis Dixon who

Weatherby, 409, and Fred Marshe, romped to the three-yard marker,

378. SlateThnr Two plays later the smooth

In the open division, Richard field general connected again,
Van Mullen with a 375 led the Stadium 1600 KAWTU Sept vs.14 Kas. 109 hitting Dan Keefe in the end zone

field, followed by Raymond Pio- MutfUn 1COO Friday VFP-62,: v*. VW-4 20 P for the game's lone tally. Attemptat
nessa 350, and Rose Weatherby Stadium' 16fK( VAPG2 Sept.W vs Fa*. 6 the extra point failed.
Muitln 1600 VAP-62 'A' vs. VA-173
340 Monday, Rrpt. 13 Defenses tightened here and
In the afternoon shoot handicap Stadium 1600 Toridny VP-18, vs Kpt.. VAP2 24 'B neither club could pose a definite

division, Fred Marshe with a 436( Stadium 16(10 VW-4 vs. NARTU scoring threat until final mo-
Muslin 1GU1 V1M8 vs. Operations
took top honors followed by Paul VVVdiiendny! Krpt. 25 ments of the game.
Stadium 1WK) KAWTU VAP62 'A'
vs.
Underwood with a 400, and Ross Mustln lex( Fas. 6 vs. VA-172 e With the sun dial rapidly caus
"Little John" Wilson, 380. Th.rNd y, Krpt. 26 ing shadows
St.tdlum' INK VAP-62 'ir v*. Fas. 109 lengthy to cast a
Open division honors went to Mustln 1GOO(;-Operations... -vs.-NARTU gloom over the turf, VP-18 gained
Carl Goddard with a 385, followed possession of the ball and put

by Raymond Pionessa, 380, Marine\ Navymaii all its marbles into a pair of neat,

and Fred Mellish, 355. but not neat enough, passes
These two shoots marked the Share AE Honors which brought the spectators to

end of team competion for a short Pfc. Jackie Greenwood, of Muskogee their feet.It .

time. The "Red" team, consistingof Okla., and Jon Steel, d was fitting this defensive

Rose Weatherby, Fred Mellish AEIAN, Miami, Fla., shared top gem should come to a close withan
Richard Van Mullen, and Raymond honors in last week's graduationat attempted pass nicking the
Pionessa was the winning Aviation Electrician's Mate fingers of an eligible receiver be-

team, having accrued 1450 points School Class A at NATTCenter hind the goal line.

over the "Green" team's 1400. Greenwood, who entered the Mw."' A@,) 14.rwtmact P: ..,,..va .,,4. Standing out besides Duyck,

This coming Saturday a "get- Marines in January, 1956, has SHOWS GOOD FORM Finesse describes the bowling: form Lussier and Keefe were Banshee
together" will be held to present been ordered to El Toro, Calif., of Dill Smith of VW-4 No. 1 entered in Malnside Intramural bowl- linemen Dave Smith, Milt Fowler -
awards that were earned by individuals while Steel, who entered the competition/ this fall. Last year, Smith finished with a respect Maurice Robichaud and Ted
and high team Refresh Navy in June of 1956, is still un- able instrumental 175 average. in Shooting for a higher mark this season, Smith Allen. VP-18 players were not
was getting the 'Cane Hunters No. 1 aggregation
ments will be served' assigned, off to a good start in the National Bowling League. namt'd.Page ,