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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1957
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I PRO PAY' OKd BUT FUNDS DEARTH MAY BAR PROGRAM I :/ I



The much talked about "pro will money come from to pay service projects, personnel and launched. ists. !\

ficiency pay" was approved in for the raises? otherwise are hurting for IT'S CORDINER.type pro- Proficiency pay recommended -
principle by the Budget Bu funds which would apparentlyleave the Cordiner
In effect the Budget Bureau ficiency pay rates that most by group
reau last week, but two im- little or nothing for"pro" would up salaries as much as
said the pay plan was officials support, not the Wil-
portant questions still need to pay. $125 and more a month.
be answered, according to the pretty much okay but that the son variety which is a diluted
Some officials privatelythat TilE TIGHT fiscal
say picturehas
Navy Times. services must find the money version

UNANSWERED are, how from within funds now on the proficiency pay plan Wilson-type "pro" pay hikes been stressed as being the

much of the plan would the hand. (authorized by Defense Secretary would range from $12 to $50 main reason Defense has not

services lay on now, and where The catch is that almost all Wilson) will never be per'month for selected special- endorsed Cordiner.

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l I )t A'" 'f', ,"" : :..,,.".'. ..<, mony Monday afternoon, relieving Comdr. Hobert H Smith.
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: i't .. ... !, ... .. commanding officer since the departure GRADUATED FROM Savannah
':' :/ij Yi : > J >:,: j of Capt. William S. Harris High School in 1923 the new
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". ,. .., ,. skipper attended Georgia Tech
;; 't duties as executive officer of the
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if' .''" native of Savannah Ga., As a midshipman, he played
: : Capt. Parish comes to Jax from football and lacrosse and was

14 .. the Staff of Commander-in-Chief, awarded the Thompson Cup for
..,. .. ; \ ;:( Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic most to athletics in
... contributing
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; : il\: 1929. lIe graduated as Ensign on
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Jlis N'E DOMAIN Capt. Elliott W. Parish (right)) new commanding officer of Naval' June 0, 1929, subsequently advancing .
I Air Station, gets a briefing the area which he will command from Comdr. Robert II. Smith. Capt.
Blues Or Whites
Parish officially assumed command Monday, relieving; Comdr. Smith, who resumes duty as executive to the rank of Captain in
1945.
officer. Which Will It Be? His first assignment was aboard

Smallest Class AI Civilian Polio InoculationPlan Effective Oct 1, through the USS Utah in 1930 as signal
Nov. 30, either the winter or officer, transferring in Septemberof

AGO Convenes summer uniform may be worn, that year to Pensacola for
is was officially announced to- flight training. Designated aviator -
The smallest class in the his- Gets 'Green Light'Sufficient day. This does not include I I in Nov. 1930, he served with

tory of the Aviation Ground wearing of the short sleeve Scouting Squadron 10 attached to

Officers School convened last interest has been shown by civilian employees in a shirt or any combination of the the USS Louisville until May

Wednesday with only nine stu- recently announced polio immunization program to permit Industrial tropical uniform. 1932.He

dents in attendance.The Relations Department officials to go ahead with plans to purchasethe When Service Dress Khakiis subsequently served with

eight week course at the required vaccine. worn, the coat may be dis- Scouting Squadron 1 based suc-

NATTCenter school has been The program, directed at civil pensed with until 1900 daily, cessfully on the USS Langley,
accelerated and will graduateits ian employees under 40 years of from the Employee Services both on and off the Naval reservation USS Saratoga, and USS Ranger;

students November 1. age will go into effect as soon as Branch, Extension 8652. The necktie will be then with Patrol Squadron 2 in

Those attending the schoolare collection arrangements are con As stressed by IRD, the im- worn at all times. the Canal Zone.

Ensigns Paul Mater Philip cluded with interested employees portant thing is for employees All E-6 and below have the IN 1936 HE returned to Annapolis -

Mitchell, John Delhagen for the $1.50 per person required planning to participate to choice of wearing either bluesor for study in aeronautical
arral'lgepayment
George Easter Thomas Naughton for the first two inoculations. whites during this optional engineering and completed tho
Marshall Olshefke Fran- of their $1.50 as soon as course a year later at CaliforniaPlease
I PROVIDED that the period.
cis Paine Richard Place and funds for purchase of the necessary vaccineare possible. ( turn to, Page 3, Col. 1)
Robert Vennstra.
collected by Sept. 30, tenta .... -'IItt .
The low for the
previous tive dates for the first immunization f.f'f, tII ...
AGO school occurred in February : ........,t '
shots have been set for late < t .. ...I' 1!
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1954 when the class ,
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October. Exact dates will be an-
consisted of 22 students.
nounced later.Employees .
with a known allergy t H ..Ry

to penicillin will not be

Grey Ladies eligible to receive the vaccine.
The Industrial Medical Officer

will give clearance on question.
Fall
Training y ,..
able cases of employees with a a c ,
history of multiple allergies.At .
Classes SetThe the time funds are accepted 70.
sa
from employees, they will be r
Red Cross Grey Ladies, given a receipt in duplicate. \ #

unsung workers at the Naval THE DUPLICATE copy shouldbe s :yr.

Hospital will undergo classroom submitted to medical person VbI _
training for one week starting nel at the time the first shot Is '
Oct. 7 when the fall training pe- received. The original copy will

riod begins at the Hospital. 'I be marked to show date of first

Sesions will be held from Oct. shot and also when the employee .
7-11 in Ward D-l from 0900 to should return for the second immunization -

1200 each day.Registration. shot.
If additional receipt forms are I ,
is scheduled for I1
required, they may be obtained
next Tuesday Oct. 1, from 1000-

1400 in Ward A-2. WEEKEND TIDE .
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If interested in registering but HIGH LOW
IN TillS CORNER -.Pint-sized Donald
Williams! (center) registers tearful disapproval over a
unable to be there Tuesday, call AM PM AM PM left to the "cookie basket" Just received from big brother, Vernon, (right). At left is well-armed
the Red Cross office at the Naval Fri. 10:29: 10:53: 3:56: 4:37: "sheriff" Joe Rusinko, who intended to see the fight kept clean. Scene of the action-packed struggle
was a corner of the Navy Exchange Toyland where the youngsters: were helping Santa Claus makeup
Hospital, EV 7-1621 Extension 50, Sat. 11:23: 11:47: 4:50: 5:35:
his Christmas list. Their dads, Wallace William, AD, with VAII-3 and George Rusinko, of VA-
for information Sun. 12:20
further 5:48
6:38
: : : 172 are presently aboard the FDR. Toyland hours are 1000-1800, Saturdays 09001200.



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Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine acUrltUi it Naval Air
'Station, Jacksonville, Jla.I ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
i I JUS, Jit k.OBTlllI :
I Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ..__.......>.._.__.__.-._........_ Commanding Officer Sunday, Sept 29 Y ,
rComdr. Robert H. Smith .,.,.u..u.----__.....__...,.._........_-. Executive Officer ,
0930 Sunday School, three
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'ui AU JackaonUU
1 Rear Adm. Wendell O. Swltzer ._, ?. ................. .__.M.Commander year-olds through adults, Bldg. A
; Capt.: S. S. Searcy, Jr. > .._- Crier o{ Stall r-- ,
I Fleet Air Wing Eleven 722; Service of Divine Worship

;, C.pt. Sidney J. Lawrence -...............-................-_..._.._...... ... .. .. Commander Chaplain Osman. .
I Capt. T. S. White .....? _, -.. .. .,.._........._...__?._........,:; Chief ot Staid
Nast Air Technltil Training Center 1100 Service of Divine Wor + a __ it
Capt. Charles I. Moore, Jr. -.. ...-.. ...... Commanding OtrlfrComdr.
Wilfred K. Flekhman ., .-.._....-... I&ccuthe: Officer ship, Chaplain Dartlett. I
Naval Hospital Fellowship -
Capt. Benjamin N. Alit ..... ......_... ... .????...? Commanding Officer 1830 Teen-Age I
Capt.' Many: Shupp ?..?...?....._ Kxcvulht: Officer Bldg 722. I I

Capt. Norman O. Anderson .. .. ARTU. __ Commanding Officer 1900 United Fellowship of >
Comdr. William E. Hardy ._ .....????-?, Executive: Officer Protestants, Bldg. 722 '

Printed commercially with non-ap l.oPI.Ij\t'd funds In Jacksonville, Florida Monday Sept. 30
,
lit no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVKXOS P-35, Rev.
Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian 1 personnel\ of 1930 Singspiration Bldg. I
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training center
Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Rescue Tialnlng Unit and the U. S. Naval 722.
Hospital.
Service Information Officer........... .. ...... .. Lcdr. J. F. KliWightcr Jr ST. HOWARD'S: CHAPEL i..
Managing Editor Andrew II Plane/ Schedule of Masses
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Kay Sutton; .Tack
Holmes rill; Lynn Weldman JO3; John Isbell JOSN; ben Sylar, SN, Sunday, Sept. 29
Phyllis Fletcher; Staff rhotographcr Tom Humphress, AN.
The Jax Air News U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material 0230-1000 St Edw&rd'sChapel. .
appearing In this tdrfl'"ct.bi reprinted providing credit li Riven. Photo- LIt \
graphs, unless otherwise official u. S. Navy photographs.' ; fit (
Editorial offices! located In Room 230, Main Administration building l Phone 0300 St. Edward's, Saturdays p r ,
extensions 8164, 8346. 272 or 216.
.

., NIGHT VISION TRAINING Richard Ryan, IIMC: Flijl.t!.
With TheToastmasieis Aerology instructor at NAS Dispensary, looks toward pilots in

darkened balcony in one phase of night vision training, vhilft
$ 1 pointing to panorama of coastline which appears as it would
I from a plane under varying degrees of moonlight. Training Is to
\ acquire sufficient familiarity with such targets as to assure Identification
The Mar-Nav Easy Seven on night missions.
LIT
Toastmasters called their 48th

meeting to order at 1900 Sept. 1& Flight Physiology Training Equips

Among guests was the Honor

able Charles E. Dennett, Con-
Navy Pilots For All
gressman from this district who EmergenciesAnthropologists

gave a short talk on the Cordiner trace the history of man to some: 20 million

Dill and the 81st Congress. years ago. Present day man, supreme on earth, is now employw?

: Topicmaster was Roy Suberly, science medicine end sheer nerve toward conquering outer space.'

who introduced a new twist to II His objective, has always been
table [ ,- I 15,000 feet a minute from an a'-;
topics by telling a story to simple: survival. !
one person who in turn had to re- BUT ONE TIliNG seems cer titude of 20,000 feet, in order to
ro M...
peat the story word for word to t tYn ,.t".: tain. The man of tomorrow, prevent panic.
The checkout is severe. Th
another person. equipped to survive in the almost
y men are instructed to use designated
As you can guess, the story lost incredible conditions of a uni-
something in the repeated telling.It verse whose perimeter has scarce- signals if they feel leak'

was good tor many laughs. 4 4c ly been touched, will not require or become ill.
4 LAST OF ALL, "Dilbert Dtm'K.er" -
Toastmaster Ralph Davies introduced *c another 20 million years to make
training is given in the indoor
Dob Larson, who spokeon i .. ':', his goal.
swimming pool. It happens thu
"What It Takes To Make A ._ This is more than apparent in ditched turn
"- "- planes invariably

Leader. LOW PRESSURE CHAMBER Difficulty in breathing or pilot training provided by the turtle," so that the pilot is: upside
Don Muller, second speaker for ear-block sometimes occurs during a session in low pressure Navy. Hazards and difficulties of down.

the evening, spoke on "Let's Face chamber In NAS Dispensary as conditions similar to those exist defeating gravity, sound and heat lIe must know how to release.
Up to Realities," and third speak ing at very high altitudes are created. When Earl Smith, TD2, barriers and other natural forces
(center) signaled he was suffering ear-block himself from the plane in such
Sigmond
er Ed Gottlieb "Let's Our Turajski, can be
Keep glimpsed even by the
lay
IIMC immediately eased his breathing with a vasco.c 1ridor. a position which tends to create
Sense of Humor" Muller was In mask at right is Earl Bishop, HM1. man observing the survival train- dizziness and disorientation. The
chosen best for the ing given
speaker eve periodically by Flight question "which way is up" j is not

'Substandard Physiology, at NAS Jax Dispensary
to
ning.Master Quarters Fight always easy answer.
evaluator was Harold !: presently directed by Ensign These are some of the survive\

Rich with individual evaluators Frank Formeller, aviation physiologist explorers
Earns Plaudits For Bennett techniques taught today's
Harv Harvelle, Fred Vinson, Paul of space. So far the boundai+ic<

Reeves, and Larry McLeod. Secretary of the Navy Thomas S. Gates in a letter to Rep TAUGHT BY ingenious training have just been cracked.tsSraflPWF .

New officers for the coming Charles E. Bennett of the Second Congressional District of Florida, devices, continually changed

term were installed by Larson, which includes Duval County and Jacksonville, today expressed his : objects!!, and planned lectures, the

and the meeting was adjourned. appreciation and thanks for the work that Rep. Bennett has per course is sound and emphatic in *** '.J4LL? 1

0 C formed in obtaining for the military services the Substandard the need to follow instructions

Three icebreakers land, a No. 5 Quarters Law. absolutely.

speech highlighted the 45th meet- The President has approvedthis I The lightning speeds of the Jet stI M r

ing of the Navy Civilian Toast- provision of the Military clearly inadequate e:* public creates a real problem for the

masters of Jacksonville Tuesday Construction Act to authorize' quarters. Pilot who finds it necessary to {

_ at Dodson's Restaurant. Secretaries of the military de- THIS WILL mean a savings to "hit the silk." He not only) must ; a f'p

During the lively meeting Frank partments to declare as substandard many world servicemen who throughout the release) himself from the cockpit, r

Roberts, Fuller Roberts, and Al those quarters that are public occupy inadequate but he must clear the plane's tail
quarters such as Quonset or be ,
Sirrionds delivered their icebreakers chopped to bits. '

while Andy Planey spoke on huts serviceman or trailers. Heretofore, a He does this by means of the

the "Shorter Work Week" for his: VFP-62 Earns quarters gave occupying his such public seat ejection unit which, at the
up full rental
touch
No. 5 speech. allowance of a button is propelled

Leading the panel of headshrinkers Re-Up Honors or condition regardless of the of the size automatically, clearing the tail
quarters that by about t
.
was Leonard Eubanks, he occupied. 60 or 70 feet. t

with Tad Wilkinson, Carl Me- Fleet recognition for a high Now these HE THEN MUST loosen theseat's I
reenlistment rate for the first substandard ,
guar ,
Cranie, Dill Clearman, and ters be safety belt, kick away from '
six may rented to
months of this year has the occu the seat x
George Hyde comprising the and pull the parachute
been pant for a reasonable rate
given to Light Photo- withOut
panel. Don Moran added spice loss to the cord. Thereafter, he is on his own.
serviceman
graphic Squadron 62. of his
and levity to the gathering with rental allowance. Visual problems at night are
This is
the third
consecutivesix I
his fine arrangement of table not solved by eating carrots. .
BENNETT They ? '
months in introduced 3, 9 a
period the past a nsponsored d are concerned > .
topics. Toastmaster Milo with
was recognition of ,
two years that VFP-62 has so the Substandard objects from I
Jones. I Quarters heights up to 5,000
distinguished itself. measure this year as he ,
feet "
Members are eyeing the big In- has done for the under varying light condi
The achievement was made past several 1 tions. It's
stallation dinner-meeting next known in a letter of congratu- years and was primarily "knowing" as much as 'i
Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 1900 at the In- for its responsible "seeing" the effect of moonlight S 1
lations from Admiral W. L. enactment. with !
dependent Life Insurance Audito- Rees, Commander of Naval Air Secretary Gates in his letter differing degrees of lumin f "'"

rium ((4th floor). To be installedas Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. pointed out that Dennett's courage osity whose on objects barely discernible ,J
new officers will be Don correct identification '
,
in J"
introducing
Officers and men of the and sponsoring is :
Moran, president; Ray Forrest, this in essential. u..--, ---
measure the
squadron were cited for their face of Use
many
of
Educational Vice-President; Ernie obstacles after the oxygen mask is SPOTS If a leopard could
respective individual efforts year year until it given in out
the low and turn
Newberg, Administrative Vice- pressure cham- change its spots
which resulted in the was finally enacted was i inspiration jungles!
ac an ber of the like Rhonda Fleming,
President; Emmett Glasgow, Sec- Dispensary. Here
an
complishment.Capt. to all military personnel probably would be happier
retary-Treasurer and Den Bailer- average class of 12 to 15 pilots Isn't
; and that the places. The suit really
Edwin L. Kiem is commanding Department of the learn
ing, Sgt.-at-Arms. Wives will be Navy was gratified at to check for leaks, how to from a leopard. It's sUk and
officer of the squadron. having such breathe and talk in made to look like ate
special guests at next week'smeeting I an altitude of
an able
champion for trip interests 35,000 feet Rhonda wears it in her role !
and
i familiarity with
I of ftc ,1ltnt
?cn Icrmrn 'the a glamor queen of the
experience: of a free fall at films !Ie a new movie.R .



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A GOOD DAY FOR NEW CHIEFS( ) Some 23 embryo chief petty officers went through traditional hazing last week, marking promotion from the whitehat
ranks. Typical of day-Ion initiation ceremonies on the Station were such scenes as, (left) William llcltmith, AKCA, receiving; outsized "crow" from NAS Supply Of flier
I Capt. Kenneth Wheeler; Itichard Palmer, ATCA, of NAS Operations, and Merton Ladd Jr., SKCA, Commissary Store, emerging; from dunking In CPO Club pool I
(second from left); Emmet Carlson, AMCA, on ladder, and Samuel Shin, AMCA, (In photo second from right), both of Fasron 109, doing; some "sllppin and a-slidin';;'

and Robert Mountfort, AECA, shoe-shining-his way- through_. long--.line of VW-4 chiefs, (right). -
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Fasron 109 Aids Holland To Be Speaker At fax Symphony To \ "'*8.y '\\';..;';I;''' 'IIi
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Stricken men of Fasron FamilyThe 109 have Formal Opening Of USO ClubFormal Auditions Hold Auditions for local musicians r .. :: :' .

come to the aid of Mrs. R. E. wishing to play with the Jacksonville ,.. ....<....,, .., > .

McCormick, of 8944 Normandy opening of the spacious new Jacksonville USO Club ] Symphony Orchestra Thursday, Sept 26

Blvd, and her four children, will be held Sunday at 1500: at the club's_quarters. .,. 331 W. Forsyth St. during, the coming season will Mainside 20 Million Mile

ages 11, 10, six and 10 months. U. S. SEN. Spessard Holland of -Army- and Rear Adm. Wendell G-, be held at the Friday Musicale From Earth (science fiction) with

Mrs. McCormick's husband, Florida will be principal speaker, Switzer, Commander Fleet Air Auditorium, 645 Oak Street, William Hopper and Joan Taylor.
who passed away a short time according to David Foerster, Jacksonville Also Goldilocks and 3 Bears .
next :Monday at 1945.
ago, was an ex-Navy man. chairman of the Jax USO committee NATTCenter Face In Th
Chief Aviation Guided Missile-
Under the direction of Alvin Dr. James Christian Pfohl, Crowd (drama) with Andy Griffith
James Wood of NATTCenter
man -
Kyle, AD1, the Fasron 109 men Other speakers will include: will conductor of the Symphonyand and Patricia Neal One show-
appreciation on
contributed clothes and money express C. M. Carroll, manager, ing only.
Major Haydon Burns; David Rob- behalf of the armed forces. The
for her support. With her hus- ison of New York, director of will be on hand to listen to I Hospital The Weapon (crime
Jax: Navy band will furnish the
band's passing, Mrs. McCor- USO field operations; Lt. Col. music. those wishing to try out for a I drama) with Lisabeth Srott and

mick was left with no means Herbert Young of the Salvation THERE WILL be refreshments place] in the orchestra. Steve Cochran. Also CrashingThe

of Income or savings. served. Participation in the Sym- Water Barrier

Services Planned Local service personnel can phony is open to all area Friday, Sept. 27

IMPORTANTI.Clothing !. I now enjoy facilities offered by musicians who play an orches- Mainside\ Unholy Wife (color
I the new USO Club, consideredone tral instrument and who can drama) with Diana Don and Rod

and Small Stores Issue By CongregationsFor of the finest in the nation. meet the performance stand Steiger.

Rooms at NAS and NATT- With approximately 7,000 ards of the symphonic repertoire NATTCenter 20 Million

Center closed for inventory yesterday Yom KippurJewish square feet of floor space, the Miles From Earth, Goldilocks and

and will remain closed 'modern air-conditioned quarters Anyone desiring an audition 3 Bear.

through Monday, Sept. 30. religious services in observance provide ample room for a large should contact the Symphony Hospital Face In The Crow

The NAS Issue Room, Building of Yom Kippur (Atone- dance floor, lounge and snack office, ELgin 5-3471, for an One showing only.Saturday] .

930, will reopen Oct. 1, along ment Day) will be held at the bar on the ground level, and appointment at the Monday Sept. 28

with the NATTCentcr Small following Jacksonville synagogues reading, writing and television evening session Mainside Forty Guns (western t-

Stores. : rooms in the mezzanine. ) with Barbara Stanwyck and

The Commissary Store &t NAS Congregation Ahavath Chesed 1 __ ... Barry Sullivan. Also Guardian

Jax will be closed for inventory (Reform), St. Johns Ave. and of North.

tomorrow, Sept. 27.Cnpt. Mallory St. (EV 8-2673)) Fri- NATTCcnter Unholy] Wife.,
day, Oct. 4, (Kol Nidre) 1900, Hospital! 20 Million Mile-

2100; Saturday, Oct. 5, 1000-1800 a From Earth. Goldilocks and 3

Parish (Yizkor Memorial Service, 1600)), Bears.

Jewish Center Synagogue (Con- Kiddie Matinee Trail to San
(Continued from Page 1)) servative), 3rd and Silver Sts. Antone (western). Also GroundHog

Tech, receiving the degree of (EL 6-1504)) On Oct. 4, (Kol Ni- and Sleuth But Sure

Master of Science in 1938. Until dre) 1830; Oct. 5, 0300-1800 (Yiz-

1943 he served with Observation kor Memorial Service, 1030)). ? Sunday, Sept. 29
: "
Squadron 2 aboard the California, Etz Hayim Congregation (Orthodox :z Mainside The Pride and The
Passion (color drama) with Frank
with Patrol Wing, Support Force, ), 29 West 6th Street. (EL
Aviation Repair Unit Two, and 4-2389) Oct. 4, (Kol Nidre) 1745; Sinatra and Sophia Loren. One

when the latter unit was reor- Oct. 5, 0800-1845 (Yizkor: Memorial showing only.NATTCenter,

ganized as Advanced Base Aviation Service, 1100)), ; ; Forty Cun.
Guardians of North.
Training Unit, he commanded A cordial invitation is extendedto

it at Norfolk.] all military personnel of Jew- Hospital Unholy. ] Wife.

He the ish faith by the above Congrega- ,
assisted in fitting out :
USS Breton and served as air tions to attend the service of their N a FRA Meets TonightThe

officer of carrier until choice I M" t monthly meeting of Branch
that escort .- -- ,._._. 'n ._ _. wn.., n ____ 91 Fleet Reserve Association
the will
Sept. 1943, when he joined ,
Well not but
OUNCE OF PREVENTION really an ounce
USS Barnes*, another escort car- + BREEZES + rather one ec. of the monovalent type A vaccine which is more be held at the Fleet Reserve Club] ,
rier, to serve as exec until Feb. commonly known as the "flu shot. Thomas Hardin, AN, (right) 8554 Roosevelt Boulevard, tonight
1945. Is religion bowing to this hectic administers shot to a (group of men from VIMS, which left last at 2000.
life of missiles, high cost of liv- week for NATO exercises Arrangements are being made by the
FROM! MARCH 1915 until ing, A-bombs, Asian flu? Ad NAS Dispensary for inoculation of all eligible military personnel
April 1947 he Head of Train- i and dependents in this area.
was in local paper last week said: CLASSIFIED
ing Literature, later called History "For sale] one church pulpit
and Research, in the Office and pews. Reasonable] I Several Openings Exist In
of DCNO (Air). His next duty For Rent

was at sea in command of sea- Ham: "Want to hear a rouple of I Ranks] Of Cub Pack 131Several Bdrm, Kitch. privileges 293t'
Forbes
plane tender USS Duxbury Bay, dillies?" j j St. :EV 8-9203.
after which from Aug. 1948 to 2-Bdrms. 4740 Arapahoe Ave.
Sam: "Sure. openings exist in the
I for positions of treasurer, achieve- (Ortega Ter.). EV 9-8129. Brooks
Oct. 1950, he served at Ft. Mugu, Ham: "Dilly, dilly." ranks of Cub Pack 131 for boys
I Calif. He later became the first 0 aboard the Station, in ments chairman, publicity; prop 3-rm. furn. apt. $35. 2854 Cor-
officer of NAS pt. I baicball living erty and assistant Cubmasters. inthian Ave. EV 8-4235.
commanding I
Sign in factory during : Dewey Pjik and Azalea Trailer
Mugu. All men with sons in Cubbing For Sale
:
season Park.
to or sons who would like to join the 3-Bdrm. Home Low Equity. 4V!;
wishing (
He skippered VX-1 at Key "Any employee
Pack meeting for this month Cub Scouts are urged to join the Loan. 6160 Autlan Dr. (Cedar
West for two years, returning in tend a near-relative's It-I will be held tomorrow night (FrI-
committee and help] plan an ac- Hills) EV 8-5676. Wright.
Oct. 1952 to the Navy Department must notify the management
at 1930 in Building 802. All
day) tive program for the boys. 10-Rm. Home. 348 Belfort A.
as Deputy Chief of Information. fore 10:00: am the day of Cubs and their
prospective par- For further information, con- Lewis Sts. Lashley.
In July 1954 he ordered as
was game. I attend.
ents are invited t. Miscellaneous
and in t 4 tact Carl Heise at EV 4-3848 or
skipper of the USS Leyte
March 1955 was assigned to Kent: "May I kiss you?" Theme will be "Frontiersman." John Bruening at Extension 779. Wanted: Rider to Join car poolto
CincNelm. Silence. Refreshments will be served after North Florida Council, Boy Southside. 07301545. Ext. 597.

I Capt. Parish is married to the Kent: "Would you mind it a lot the meeting Scouts of America, is sponsoring Lost: Pro lady's glasses. Vicinity-

: former Julia Searcy Lamar of if I kissed you" The new year for Pack 131 be- I the annual Cub Leaders' PowWow Navy Exchange. Sept. 17 Contact
Reply: "What do you want mo gins November 1. There are still Saturday at Camp Eihockote Howard Cliff Fa!':ron 109 Ext.
I I
Macon, (7a, and has four daughters -
t to do, promise not to bit! *'" ooanoie! !: in the pack committee from J 1330: to 2000 40!}!'5.



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Paced By Turks, O&R


VAr-G2 Turbo Turks, sporting an unblemished 8-0 record

remained the only undefeated team in the Mainside intramural -

bowling leagues last week. w 4

The Turks defeated VA-176
AP-62 Woodpeckers have
"0" 4-0, Monday and took a for
dropped from further league
felt from Operations to maintain
competition. All records are
their first place National League omitted.

position.IN Mandlntf through Srpt. 18
OTHER National National W 1. Trt.AP .
league V :2! "T" 8 0 1.0(44VW.4 (, ..___..__ ... ..... . .. ., ._ ,, ..,....
m. --------- .m. ------ --- -- --- --'- --- .r '0 'H "" "'
play, VW-4 #1 blanked Dental, t\ 11 1 .S)17
Vh'P-62 "A" 11 1 .917 THEY'LL DEFEND TITLE The Black Knights of Patrol Squadron 18 have begun defense of
4-0 and beat VVM i5 the
by '
asron lua 11 1 .017 the Mainside Intramural Touch Football League crown. The Patrol outfit is hopeful of staying in the
VW-4 15 !' 3 ..7ttlA172 I
same score, posting an 11.1 record "0" 8 4 ,1(:*7Comm. midst of the title fight throughout the season. Team members are, front row, (left to right) Jim I
to share number two spot 4 .Mm Brown,. AI Hoover, Hal Justice, Jerry Summers, Mal Karpp and Ed McKeller. Second row, Joe Pan-
with VFP-G2" "A" and Fasron 109. Supply Dental 2 3 (5> ,2r.375>0 earl, George Martyn, Phil Lynch, Robert Reagan and not Drifters. Rear, Paul Hunt, Fred Pridgeon,
W-4 #3 1 7 ..125per. Walt Faber and William Ltavell.
Hospital gave VFP-62 "A" a 0 8 ,(Kio -
forfeit VA-176 "0" VAP-62 "D" 0 H .(KKt
; won over Football Is IlbrcFasron
lIollp 0 Vi: OWAnlua (
VAP-G2 Dusters by forfeit while S a I. Golf Tourney Set

Communications shut out VW-4 OAR N7 J 1.515

J3, 4-0. omFalrJax A-172 6 11 I Y 2 .750,7SO: Six VW4 Among For Center Men
VP-18 9 .'' ,7!,('
IN AMERICAN action
League ,
VW-4 12 II.4 ..B67asron Special Services at NATT-
O&R won over VAP-62 Shutterbugs Six 7 5 ..WttFP62
Center announced this week
"11 7 ft .5R3
by forfeit to sport a 7-1 ARTII I 4 0 ,C' ..500.500A176 Early Football ThreatsFasron that a handicap golf tourna-
record and remain atop that loop D "r" 4 4 .500 ment will be held for NATT-

VA-172, in second place, defeated U f.G2: 3 9 .2V Center military
1' :3 II :.11+8 personnel on
Six VP-18 in the
VA-176 "E", 3-1, to bringits Jo'A W-11 2 10 .167 upended defending champion Oct. 5.Prizes.
mark to 62. VAP-62 Strut.awa's Wave VAP-C2 "1h" 0 1 11 8 ..000('K.1 tfainsido\ Touch Football League opener, 6-0, last week at the
will be awarded for
Stadium and tabbed the team to beat.
and NARTU turned in VAP6J "St" 0 4 .OWFreelancers was quickly as
a 4 both low net and low gross.
double forfeit as did VAP-62 Quarterback Billy D u y c k yard line, and after two fruitless' There will be prizes also for

Shutterbugs and VA-176 "E". Idle; passed his mates to the victory, tries at stabbing through the the least amount of putts, as

ComFairJax beat VW-4 14, heaving an aerial that ate up rugged VP-18 fore wall, Duyck well as a special birdie prize

VW-4 41 won over the Waves, Trophies Given 33 yards in a Fasron Six drive again took command and flipped. for golfers.A .

VP-18 downed Dispensary while early in the game. a short pass to Dan Keefe in the : hole-in-one contest is also

NARTU lost to VFP-62 "B", all For Top EffortsThe WITII TilE ball on the three- end zone. in the books for the day.

by a 4-0 count. MARTD and the All
From there on, however, the players may arrange
Jax Navy Freelance Bow- clubs settled down to a defensive their own foursomes, and may
hunters were idle last Sunday, Varsity Spike I struggle. In the final moments, make tee-off time reservationsat

I IM Golf Standings I ITnDJ | but managed to get together to Slates I VP-18 came up with a scoring the intramural office at

VI" PA Fri. present trophies and medals won Squad threat but was nipped in the bud. Building 614, or by calling Extension -
VFP-6l: "A" 511 13 ..194NARTLI by team members for their year's 481.Center .
31 14 ..r"qgVJo'I'62 VFP-62 blasted Fasron 109, 19-
"11" 50 31 .1\17\ efforts.At Initial[ Action 0, in a Tuesday game Fasron 109
}o'Al''U 50: 27 ,571 -
VW-4 No. 1 ::4, 24 .5.'>6lIolil'ltal a picnic Saturday, four I made a strong comeback, how-
29 .MU First call for the Jax Navy
31
VI'-lX 214 2H+ .5Ii members were awarded trophiesfor ever, belting FAWTU, 20-6, on Re-Up Rate
varsity volleyball team
\'W-4 No, :l 231'1; 2HI! :123: winning the most intra-squad was Thursday.
Opera, 411 401. .500 sounded this week by Walter Still On IncreaseThe
V A.104 21 31 ..349Fasron \ shoots during the season. Trophies VFP-62, following its great first

: W-11 109! !l:1: 52'4114 j :,314FA .274VAl' went to Rose Weatherby, Richard Smith Practice, team is manager.scheduled for Mon game win, was upended by a Military Personnel Officeat

-62 6 30 ,167 Van Mullen, Fred Mellish and powerful VW-4 combine, 12.9, o'n
...- day through Friday at NATTCenter NATTCenter released figuresthis
Jerry Pionessa. Mustin Field soil.
week showing that the
Gym, Building 513, 11001300. re-
Boxers Hold Light Two members were awarded All interested personnel should Fasron Six picked up its sec enlistment of Center personnelis

medals for placing in the "450" contact Smith at Extension 653. ond win of the young season, still keeping up its high aver-
Sparring Drills club. Medal winners for this accomplishment Returning veterans include getting it easily by scoring a for-

of were Van Mullen Smith coach McGuckin 'feit victory over non-showing age.With 18
After three weeks gettingthe Jerry people eligible for discharge -
muscles and legs back into and Mellish. Robert Callahan, Ray Winstead, VAP-62 "B". for September, 15 reen-

shape, coach Chuck Phillipsof Nine members were recipientsof Jim Donnelly, Ben Hall, Bill FAWTU defeated the same club listed. This brings the total to

the Jax Navy boxing team medals for their efforts in join Smith, Gene Byron, Don Brass- by forfeit. Forfeit wins were also 167 recnlistments with only 16

started last Monday's sessionof ing the "400" club. Those receiv- field, John Meier and Herold garnered by VA-172 and NARTUover discharges for the year.

training with light sparring ing medals were, Bill Weatherby, 'I Walker. VAP-62 "A". I

drills. Pionessa, Mellish, Rose Weather .

"It is hoped that we will by, Roger Wood, Robert Knoch, v

have our first boxing matchesof Carl Goddard, Van Mullen and MAINSIDEIM

the season around Oct. 11. Don Casey. I

We'll have as our opponent, With no competitive shoot slated SPORTS

the Wilder AC of Jax," stated for this Sunday, club memberswill

Phillips. be at the range practicingfor Tonth Football

With no facilities at the the upcoming invitational. 'rlday, Sept 27
VA-172
vs FAWTU S
Wilder AC available, the VA I'.62 "A" vi VW-4' M

matches will be held at King AvFund AE Schools VAP-C2 "A"Monday vi va P-62., Sept.; S 30
Hall. Tuesday, Oct. 1

-----.- ........-- Pace NATTG Keglers VA-172 VAP62B": ya VP-is Wednesday vi VW-4.s M Oct 2 I

After the first weekof NARTU vi FAWTU.S
HAS Jax Links completing Opera. vs Fasron M
lTioo
bowling in the NATTCenter All game start

Hosts TwoBallEntries league, the keglers from Aviation 11.,11111'Thursdi Sept 26

Fundamentals School are startingoff VA-176 "0" Hospital

in the annual Mixed with a perfect mark to keepup ] Supply vs Operations 19.10

Two-Ball Golf Tournament of the with last year's record per- VFP-VAP62:"B""P" vi vi VW-4 VW-4 ft 12

Jacksonville Amateur Golf Association formance. % \J VAP-63 St. vi Waves
Right along with "the AvFund Monday pt 3")
will play the first round
five are the Sparkies from AE VFP-62 "A" vi VW-4 #\
over the NAS Jax course, it was .oq a o VAP-62 "T" vi VW-4 *3
announced recently. School, who swept their first 6w o Operations vs Hosp.
1930
three games.
First round competition is set VAP-62: Sh. vs Dlsp.
M/Sgt "Red" Green of AvFundhas VA-176 "E":: vs Fusron Slit:
for Oct. 13 with Tuesday, 1
Sunday, play Oct
honor
the of having high .
being held to the one day. Qualifying series to date with a 510. VA.172 vs FAW-111
dates Oct. 6-12 at Hyde I VA-176 "E" vi WavesComFalrJax
are Richard
"LaRougque of AE vi VFP-62 "D'1
Park. VAP-62: "1" vi VP-18
I School rolled a 198 for high game 1930:
Beauclcrc will be the site for in the young season. ..." ... VA-176 "0"Fasron vs Dental
Supply vs 109
the final round on Oct 27. ONCE FOR TilE CAMERA Obliging the photographer priorto WednesdayOct.. 2
Deadline for entering the pop Sailor: "I suppose you dance?" teeing off at start of the annual Fleet vs. Shore Golf Tourna Commun. vi VFP 61 1700"A"
ular event is Oct. 3. The JAG Girl: "Oh, yes, 1 love to." ment last Saturday Is this foursome. Joe Stutz, a Shore repre VAN "D" vs VW-4 1 3
sentative, gets in a few practice licks while fellow linksters lookon. 1930
let a limit of 120 teams, on first. Sailor: "Great. That's better VAP-62 St. VS VW-4 #2
left
Watching are, to right, Hob Taylor, Fleet; Rod Pinney, VAP-62 Sh. vs VW-4 Ito
come, first-served basis dancing Shore, and Dick Dierker, Fleet. Fleet von the event, 11 H-9! &.n vi NAUTU