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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1957
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VOL-15 NO. 26 home tI Commaadu NAB-6NDI FI**! Air J cl.o.itlleJ Fleet Air WUg 111| Novel I Air TrcbnUftl Training Center rant Hotpltal Jfttliontllle. 3 October 1957




I Community Chest-United Fund Drive Opens Monday I




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Cool Weather .rsyyS A.w'l: %,( ."], Goal Set At $100,000For


Alters Mess d tS ,,- Year's Big DriveHundreds



Hall ScheduleWith : *, of personnel involved in operation of the 1958;

aa Community Chest-United Fund Drive will assemble at 1400

1y Monday, Oct. 7, at King Hall to officially kick off the big annual

the advent of cooler K*5r5 cpy"k 3 campaign to raise $100,000 to aid 12 approved agencies.

weather, the General Mess at r "Key men," a title given to to the Chest.

Mainside has started servingthe those charged with actually mak "One's fair share" giving guide'

heavy meal at noontimeand ing the personal contact; cam- has been established for the
paigners committee members
meal ; ; drive. Overall "dollar" goal has
the light at
supper, commanding officers of various
been sit at a lofty $100,000, with
according to Lt. Charles Bar- ;
1b'R'.r :: 'k commands, plus representatives
pro-rata shares established for
rett, commissary officer.Lt. of the local Community Chest- participating units.
United Fund will be hand for
on
Barrett said this switch THE GIGANTIC drive is an
this one big "pep rally" to open
docs not affect NATTCenter txz
appeal to all hands to give
the drive which will run until
mess halls, however. Nov. 8.DURING. through the Community Chest-

Effective Oct. 1, the price of THE military United Fund to 42 agencies, or
campaign
meals sold by the General Messto services, which aid people. Many
and civilian of
enlisted personnel drawing personnel Navy military and civilian families
commands based at NAS Jack*
commuted rations are as follows; have realized benefits and
sonville NAS Cecil Field NAAS
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Breakfast (or early brunch priorto '_m._._.__, _v__._'.. ._, ,.__ Mayport; Navy Fuel Depot; and assistance through these approved
0900)) 25 cents Brunch after agencies.
;
0900, 40 cents; dinner 40 cents; FALL FASHION Ronald Volpato{; SN, (renter) tries on his'winter Industrial Managers Office, will Contributors to the campaigncan
suit' with the aid of Charley Pat McWhorter, BUS, (UdU) be asked to make a contribution
and supper 35 cents. and Frank Gubitose, SN. Volpato's tropical shorts left the scene give cash donations, or if

Brunch, it was pointed out, is Tuesday, when blues or undress whites became uniform of the they wish, can exercise theiroption
served only on weekends and day.All three men are assigned to NAS Military Personnel Division Center Wave IsCOllu"crldcd to keep gifts confidentialby

holidays. placing their donation in
SccNav fwncs
NATTCenter, on the other Approval scaled envelopes. They can des-


hand supper, serves with the the heavy light meal meal at at Two New Rates Given OK At the ceremonies office of Capt.last Mondayin Charles the and ignate mail an the agency envelope Chest of their directly choice to

noontime, with brunch served on L. Moore Jr., NATTCenter Community or they can
weekends and holidays. return the envelope to the key
commanding officer, Mary man in their respective unit.
Through the week, breakfast is Hanson, TNI, received a letterof
priced at 25 cents; dinner at 35 Third Under SurveillanceSecNav commendation for her workas THIS IS TilE way solicitationwill
work
cents; and supper at 40 cents, chief MAA at the NATT- :
with brunch at 40 cents on week. has okayed a new enlisted photographic intel- Center Waves barracks. Key men will furnish each per

ends and holidays.ComRat ligenceman rating and a new warrant officer category, des- Her commendation read in son in his unit with a pledge

ignated as operations technician, according to Navy Times. part,' Through: her high stand- card and contributors envelope.
Key men will follow-up and collect -
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This follows recommendation of to read aerial maps. ards of efficiency, zeal and attention pledge cards and contribu-
Raise Is to duty, she brought
the Navy's Permanent Board of The new warrant officer category tions. If the individual indicate
Nixed Wilson Review of the Enlisted Structure about a striking improvementin his desire to make periodic payments -
By will be a CIC specialist witha the material condition and
to fulfill the pledge, tnc
Defense Secretary Charles THE BOARD IS considering wide knowledge of communications habitability of the barracks,
key man will contact the indI-
bringing back the defunct ship-
Wilson this week rejected a operations, ASW and air inspiring cooperation and high vidual on the dates indicated for
fitter
rating. This has
proposal
of morale
degree among enlisted -
plan to boost the commuted defense .
knowledge.Also payment and furnish the contrib.
not yet been approved by Nav-
of this
women command -
ration rate, according to Navy Pers. the Review Board has rejected ." utor additional envelopes as

Times. any move to merge jour- needed. If the individual choosesto
Metalsmiths and pipefitters will Hanson, a veteran of 13
ComRats are paid to enlisted nalists with yeomen. It also rejected make partial payments over a
personnel who do not eat at shed their current ratings and proposed rates of televi- years Naval service, has been longer period of time exceedingthe

the general mess, and to thoseon switch to the revived shipfitterrate. ;sionman, aviation yeoman and transferred to NTC San Diego& campaign, he will be obliged
It would, however, be split California.
leave. The present rate of permanent chaplain's assistant. (Please turn to Page 2, Col. 4)j )
$1 a day will continue, since I into specialties on the third and

Wilson rejected a reported second class PO levels.

raise to $1.10 per day.A The new photographic intelli-

spokesman, according to genceman rate will be establishedin j;
the Times, said that Wilson's all grades. Mostly; quartermasters : ti r.OZr

move was done on the ground and photographers will move

that there had been a slight into the new PT rating.
drop in the food price level.
THEY'LL PROBABLY be used



Patrol Squadron 16 Returns


I From Scottish AssignmentStation rTa/a:



VP-16, the only P2-V squadron
from Fleet Air Wing 11 in Oper- in Lossiemouth, the 4i
ation Strike back began arrivingat squadron flew daily patrols of

NAS Jax Sunday from Lossie- twelve hours duration.

mouth, Scotland, where it was Upon their return, squadron
based during the exercise. personnel were'greeted at NAS

Over 200 enlisted men and 50 Jax by their wives and sweet

officers under Comdr. Earle hearts. Two airlifts were used to f

Abrams were expected to have return ground support person-

returned by the time the Jax Air nel, the last arriving Tuesday .
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News went to press. evening. "HOOT MON YE DINNA CHANGE TAMS Crew members of the first PZV Neptune that
The squadron departed from An administrative detachment returned from Operation Strikeback Sunday rest upon landing at NAS Jar home-base. Showing oft
NAS Jax, Sept. 11, traveling over remained here during the deploy- wares received while stationed In Scotland are, left to right, Phillip Shepherd, ADZ; Mario Vidulich,
3,750 miles to Scotland. While I ment under command of Lcdr. AOl; John Matz, AT3, and Edward Sample, AE3. They traded their U. 8. Nary caps for the British
variety while based at the Royal Naval Air Station at Ixnslemouth, Scotland, during the NATO m**
based at the Royal Naval Air Robert Ambrose. nuevers. Squadron began arriving: home Sunday with all expected: back bj mld.week.Take .



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Friday, Oct. t

:, PublUhed every ThurnUy for Navy sad 1<.Iarlne ncttrltlM it naval Air Mainside Devils Hairpin
IStfttlon, Jacksonville, Fla.
(color drama) with Cornel Wilde
K1S oJUbta1W
iCapt. Elliott W. Parish ;Jr. ..._........ ..u. ........... .....!.............. Commanding Officer and Jean Wallace. Also I Don't
IComdr. Robert H. Smith ,__........__........._..?. E\ecutlv Officer
Fleet Al* ,hdl.l.aUJ. Scare.
l I Rear Adm. Wendell ?. Switzer -u.-, Commander NATTCenter Portland Ex-
'Capt. fc. S. Searcy Jr. .-Octet or Start
Fleet Air \\"i-r It'kte.leapt. pose. Also I Never Forget a Face.
Wept Sidney J. Lawrence _...._...._ ... _._..._........._........_.,.... Commander Hospital Counterfeit Plan. ,
T. S. White _.__w .. .. .........._ Chief: or Start Y. ,'
Natal Air TN'hleal Tnl.11I1 l Center Also Stupor Duck.Saturday.
,Capt. Chorlei L. Moon Jr. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Wlliied L'. Fltshman ......... Executive; Officer Ort. 5
1I1..11101pltal Kiddie Matinee, Mainside -
Capt. Bcnlatnln N. AM _. __._.... Commanding Officer
Capt. Marcy Shupp __________..-___.-.__ Executive OUlcer Cinderella. r,.: .: ., ..a
A ; : : .
NA11TU Mainside Hired Gun (CS ?:#>i.': .. ; .
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .__._...______.... Commanding Officer '. .:>,< : .:..
Comdr, William E. Hardy _..,...__ _.__....-_?....... Executive Officer western) with Rory Calhoun and ... :: .,' .. .
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Ann Francis. Also Blue Cat ::: :/ "
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds llhn Jacksonville. Florida :. : .. ..
"t no expense to the government and In compliance NAVhXOS H-35, Rev. Blues. > .
Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to mllitaiy And civilian personnel of
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center. NATTCenter Devils Hairpin.
Fleet Air. \Vlnc 11, Natal Air Reserve mining tnlnd\ the U. S. NmvuiHospital. / Also I Don't Scare ; :;f t>r<(.ji

Sen Ice Information Officer. J. F. KJi Slighter Jr. Hospital Portland Expose. :

Managing Editor Andrew H, Planey Also I Never Forget A Face. .....
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie Staff Reporters Jack Holme, PHI; 6 _. ..... :::jl'$.,.... ..'YRHU..VV.-r--......-.... .. .. .., ...,......a ... :..-. ....;,........,... -
Oct.
lAnn Weldman JO3; John Isbell. JOSNj: Den Spar, SN; Fliyllli Fletcher; Staff Sunday,
Photographer Tom Humphreys, AN. Muinside The Tiajuana Story CHANGING TO KHAKI It's unusual when two men in the
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press! Fenle. Material same outfit "make the hat" the same day but such was the case in
appealing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit 1 IN Klvcn. rnoto- (drama) with Rodolfo Acosta and VA-172 recently when Thomas Fallon, AEC, (left) and Raymond
Kiaphs;1 Editorial, unless office, otherwise located credited In Room, are 230 official, Main l U.Administration S. Navy: photoKinph kulldlnj; : Phone James Darren. Also Indian Sere- Feddersen, AKC, were advanced to chief. They're shown receiving

extensions 8164. 8.M5: 272 .or :216. nade. their promotion from Lcdr. L. E. Irvin, acting commanding officer
-- ---- NATTCenter Hired Gun. of VA-172, (right). ...
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Are Also Blue Cat Blues. -- -
Not All Navy Occupations
Hospital! Devils Hairpin. Fasron 6, VA-172 ReportScouting'Squadrons

Also I Don't Scare.

Included In Wage SurveyThis j! ]Monday, Oct. 7 7 I

Mainside Duel In Durango :

(western) with George Montgomery -
( is the second and final part oa serifs which will Jic'p, I
and Ann Robinson. Al
oDaddy's
employees understand the area wage survey! currently being conducted Little Darling. VA-173 iFasron Six is now the receiving;
in the Jax industrial area.) Two new chiefs were added to
station for this area. There aienow
NATTCenter The
Tiajuana the VA-I72I'oster last week whenT.
Common questions about wage surveys are :
172 men aboard who are FFTto
Story. Also Indian Serenade.
-- ----- J. Fallon, and R. E. Fedderson
Q: Are Incentive and PieceWork the USS Essex, USS Lake
is based on overall survey results. Hospital hired Gun. Also traded their white hats for chief's
Rates Collected? For example, survey xesulls may Blue Cat Blues. Champlain, USS Saratoga and

A: Yes, provided that base show that local rates for a particular Tuesday, Oct. 8 caps. USS Antietam. These men will be
guaranteed rates are also avail- Recently repOI ling aboard is: the proceeding to their respective
job have not increased.If :Muinside Hit and Run (drama -
able and average hourly earningscan : however, the overall results ) with Hugo Baas and Cleo new "Blue Bolt" operations officer ships as soon as they return from
determined.Q Lcdr. F. L. Leeds.
be accurately the current NATO exercises.
show a general increase, the gen Moore. Also Deep Adventure.
: Is Fringe Benefit Data Collected eral increase will be reflected in tTATTCenter Duel at Durango. Other new arrivals are Lam Congratulations are extended

? higher rates for all Navy jobs. Also Daddy's Little Darling. bert Johnson, AOC; Don Mahan- from the Fasron Six family circle

A: Yes, however, the cents-! ki, ATI; Robert Greene, GF2; to John Gannaway, AD3, and

per-hour value of fringe benefits James Napoli, AD3; Walter Bun- Mrs Gannaway, who have a new

is not computed due to the im-1 garner, AEM3; Roger Widner, addition to their family, a daughter :

practicality of measuring private ATAN; Jimmie Jordan, AN; weighing five pound fom

benefits on holidays) leave, insurance -: Romey Smith, AN; Tommy Fra- ounces, born Sept. 19.

etc. vala, ADJAA; and Richard Bast, .

Q: Are Bonuses Paid By Pri- ,$ 1k.f ADJAA. The "Blue Bolts" ex- -Airman
tend a sincere "Welcome Aboard"
vate Firms Used In Computing; ,
to the new membeis.

Rates Competitive spirit within the TV Celebrity
A Yes provided they are
: squadron is high as the bowling ,
paid per agreement and consti- team started off the season last

tute part of regular compensation. week with the football team Given DischargeNAS

scheduled to play Fasron"Six for Jax lost one of its celebrities -
Q: Are Supervisory Pay Rates 4' their first game this week last week with release to
Surveyed? 'YiK .
4 Ya ) r'Rr inactive duty of Emmet Rodifcr,
A: No, since IVa rates for ;.e Fasron
Six
AN, four-time finalist in the All-
Leadingman Quarterman and k .4 ,7t A party in honor of Chief Aviation Navy Talent Contest.
Chief Quarterman are set on a I
Maintenance
't4 Technician A member of
differential : ;. Light Photographic -
fixed percentage
Eugene Howard i Is being held at Squadron 62 since October
.
above ratings supervised. the 19th hole
Saturday. CWO .
/ 1954, the commedian-pantomimisl
Does The Local Committee J. : Howard is
Q: ere c 3 ",: retiring after serving has been seen for the past three
Recommend The NewV je 22 years.

Scale years with -... .....
The Fasron C' -Y
Six bowling team other Navy tal-
A: No. The committee sends a. ? is looking forward to a ent on the Ed

the factual data found to Wash- __..,.........>......m .'"..y .. '_ M.. ....,..w"" ....... ..... .. ........:..i ful season. In addition to success its out- Sullivan Show.

ington. It may, however, make COMDR. LEWIS RETIRES Scheduled to retire here on standing holdovers from past sea- HE PROGRESSED-
any desired recommendations.Q Nov. 1, at the conclusion of a three-year tour as Naval Hospital Ad- sons, a few new men have added .
ministration Officer, Comdr. Shelley Lewis, (seated) is shown explaining
: What Happens to the Wage duties to his successor, Comdr. Walter Heison. Comdr. considerably to its potential.Our through local,

Data in Wa&hington Ilelson comes to Jax directly from similar duty at the Naval Hospital football squad now has a district and =,

A: Navy wage specialists do Guam. Comdr. Lewis enjoyed his tour here so much that he two-to-nothing record. Last Fri- Southeast ern 'j-...
and Mrs. Lewis to settle
plan here
permanently
the final editing and computationof day Fasron Six won a forfeited Navy talent :x

new wage rates.Q ; game from VAP-62 "B" contest elimi- ,,, .

: Are All Navy Occupations I Two NATTC Men PraisedAt I in Two more men were discharged nations to gain Kotllfcr

Included in Survey? the past week. They are Roger spots on the
recent ceremonies Capt. --- Heimsoth, AN, and Elmo Seda national show.
No data all ,
A
: as on occupa-
fire received his
Charles Moore Jr. NATTCenter ,
L. commendationfor
AN.
Best
of
tions are notnecessary to issue an luck to them in Rodifer is well known in tin} :
commanding officer, pre- "displaying exceptional en- civilian life.
schedule due to area for his many appearances in
equitable pay sented letters of commendationto ergy, judgment and initiative as
Navy'i method of alignment of two enlisted men. I yeoman in the Enlisted Personnel benefits and for charity group
CC United He has also traveled to many
occupations based on relative difficulty Division -
.
Harry Dawson Jr., AEC, instructor normally oc- or
knowledges required and cities to perform on behalf
,
skill.Q at Aviation Electrician'sMate cupied by a chief petty officer. (Continued from Pate 1)) Navy recruiting.He .

: Who Determines Which School Class A, receivedhis "As a result of your efforts the to make his own arrangements has appeared on the same

Occupations Be Surveyed? letter from a former com- branch continued to run smoothly for payments direct to the CC- stage with such luminaries a'
manding officer while attachedto and even improved in UFo
efficiency
Sherwood.
Don Cornell Roberta
A: OIR furnished a basic list ,
Heavy Attack Squadron Seven. during this period."" This is the third and final Bill
cam- Hal March Kirk
which may be added to by the ., Douglas,
local survey committee.Q The commendation read in paign to be held in 1957 under Cullen, Ilona Massey and Roberta

: U My Rating is Not Sur- part, "During the period from AO Honor Student the President's Approved Policy Quinlan.

veyed, How Is My Rate of Pay Jan. 11, 1957 to July 30, 1957, you and Program of Fund Raising FOR SOME time he appearedonce

Set? were assigned to duty as chief in Corpl. Ralph Gwythcr, of Au- Within Federal Establishments. a month and sometime

A: Your pay is set from data charge of V AJI-7', electric shop. burn, Mass., was the honor stu- Previous campaigns' were held more frequently on local TV.

on national trends in private industry Your standards of efficiency, dent in last week's graduation at here in April for National Health Rodifer intends to make show

'I and by relative difficulty, zeal and devotion to duty were Aviation Ordnanccman School I Agencies Care and Crusade for business his career. He will enter

{,knowledge and skill required.Q factors in increasing considerably Class A at NATTCenter. Freedom and in April-May for San Jose State College next fall

I : It My Rating Was Bur..veyed the squadron's maintenance Gwyther, who entered the Marine I the Navy Relief Society. In lasti to finish his education.

Will I Get The Actual capabilities." Corps in Nov. 1954 has I i I year's Community Chest Campaign He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
been 1
I I.Rate Found In This Area? Jerrel Harper, PN2, of the 'ordered to Marine Corps! Air Sfa- I with some $106,000 was realized Robert Rodifer of Vallejo, Calif.

A: Not "('('t'I'ari1y. Navy pay I NATTC Military Perfonnel Of tion, Miami, Tin. $61,000 going to the Com- I and is married to the former

I minify Chest. t Norma Lee Wat on of Jax.X .



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3 October 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3
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lax Navy Freelance Club
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t'k: Pushes Art Of Boivhunting


With archery being one of the fastest growing sports and with
; \\k hundreds of new clubs being formed each year, NAS Jax can be

proud of its Jax Navy Freelance Bowhuntcrs.

k The club, two-years-old next close and be accurate. I
-0 Rtiw"CW'. l month has the distinction of be- !
"GETTING OUT Into the hunt- -

., \ : A 3V ing the first club in the countryto ing areas, and _getting next to ;
get an American BOH hunters nature is one of the most relaxing

; ? Association charter.TO things in the world, as well as

GET A charter, every mem- being healthy," states Paul Un-
R z, ber must be a member of the derwood, the club's Instructor in

ABA, which the Freelancers boast woodlore and wildlife habits.

with 47 such members. The club, which encouragesany

Purpose of the club is two-fold. person interested in archery,
is putting on a drive for n1ember-
It not only provides recreation for
'mO'I': ''
BOWMEN HAVE LOTS TO PULL Prior to each match, members of the lax Navy Freelance conservation. When hunting witha well as the military. *"
How hunters line up on the practice range to get their arm muscles )loosened up. With each member bow and arrow, the quarry hasa Those who have never shot
I Imlng, his own color code on arrows, it simplifies the task in picking ones own arrows out of the 75 cent chance for survival, bow and arrow before are wel-
fifty or more shot during warmups. Interested persons are welcome to join the Bow hunters dub. Beginners per class.
Mill be taught: fundamentals) of hunting with bow and arrow because the hunter has to getCOKRECT come to join the beginners
.. 1- _ __ Between now and next March,
the club members will be doing<<
( cUnion I II their seasonal hunting and make

I ing improvements on range and
I fas Complete equipment.
i Anyone interesting in joiningthe

f.Loan ServiceThe ALL SAINTS' CIIAFULSunday Bowhunters, will be able to

Oct. 6 R check-out equipment at the Spe
Jax Navy Federal Credit 0930 Sunday School, three M rf cial Services Department after an

Union has funds: available at the year-olds through adult, Bldg, I indoctrination in the care end
time to make loans to handling of equipment.
parent 722; Service of Divine Worship, .
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and civilian personnel 4k
military Chaplain Osman. I '
according to D. S. Breda, acting: 1100 Service of Divine Warship -I With TheToastmasters

manager: of the Union. Chaplain Davis. I

Loans are granted up to $400 1830 Teen-Ase Fellowship]) I
oil personal signature and up to Bldg. 722.

$bOO with one co-signer and up to 1900 United Fellowship)) of I Number One, Two and Three
.
800 with two co.-signers. Protestants, Bldg. 722. D speeches set the 49th meeting of

The Credit Union also extends Monday, Oct. MarNav Easy 7 Toastmasters in

i he loan service to cover new ]1930 Singspiration, Bldg 722, I motion last Thursday at the CPO
automobiles and used cars on a Thursday, Oct. 10 Club.

Chattel mortgage basis, providingthe ]COO Junior Choir Rehearsal, r.I Jim Chase gave his icebreakerand

used can are not older than Bldg. 72%. I did an excellent job of intro-
1054) models. 1915 All Saints' Chapel Choir ducing himself. Ed Sweeney gave

The Credit Union will financeup I. Rehearsal, Bldg. 722. I I D his No. Two speech, titled "New

to two-thirds of the current ST. EDW Ann'S CHAPEL : Hifihways! Do We Need Them

value of the car and will give Schedule of Masses: Bill Blackburn gave his No.

you up to 30 months to pay on a Sunday, Oct. ; Three talk. It was called "Who
;
new car, and 24 months on a used 0830-1000 St. Edward's Chap Am 11"General

tar. el. (0300 on Saturday.) .. evaluator was Jim
Rate of interest is one per cent Baptisms .--a.t: > -I Wood with Paul Reeves, Roy Su-

per month on the unpaid balance. Sundays after 1000 Mass FORM T/Sgt. Paul Underwood shows correct berly and Harold Rich serving as
Death and disability insurance ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL posture for the kneeling' position for firing: at animals. When pos- individual evaluators. Sweeneywas
sible this position should be used, for it has a (Treat advantage regarding -
I w carried by the Credit Union at Naval Hospital accurarry. Underwood, instructor at Aviation }:triclan's selected number one speaker
no extra cost to you D630 Catholic Mass. Mate School at NATTCenter, also instructs bow hunters in wood- for the evening.

0930 Service of Divine Worship lore and wildlife.'Band .. nary Harville was toastmaster '
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Chaplain Bryant. while Rich served as topic mas

mmmmFor Latter Day Saints (Mormon) With The Big Front' ter. The MarNav' Easy 7 club

Monday 1930, Bldg. 731. meets again tonight at 1830.
*
Rent Christian Science Tuesday
Bdims. 4740 Arapahoe Ave. EV- 1900, Bldg. 751. I The Navy Civilian Toastmasters -
0129. Brooks. To Appear Here Oct. 89One Club has a new slate of offi- \

3Rm. Furn. apt. $35. 2854 Corin- : Fire: Prevention Week cers who were installed at a din.

thian Ave. EV84235. I President Eisenhower has pro of America's great new bands, Little John Beecher ner meeting Tuesday at the Independent

3Bdrm. Use. 4029 Hunt St. 8 M claimed Oct. 6.12 as Fire Prevention and his Orchestra, will play for officers and enlisted person- Life' Insurance Audito

from NAS. $50 Mo. EV98668. Week. nel in two appearances here next week. rium.
To serve at officers for the
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Glass.
be
Special emphasis will placed The band will highlight the Fall THE EVENT is sponsored by next six months art Don Moran,
5 Rm. fire
Unfurn. Dup. Apt. 3662 the established year-round
on Frolics, an event for enlistedmen Aviation Ordnance School at president; Ray Forrest, Educational
Riverside. EL-9-3718. Smith. and protection
prevention pro- at King Hall, Building 563, NATTCenter. Refreshments will VIce-President; Ernie New-
Bdrms. Near 5 Pts. EV-7-4996 of the Department of the
gram Oct. 8 from 2000-2400.
Tuesday, be served. berg, Administrative Vice-Presi-
(evenings). Lee. Army, an announcement said.
Furn. Rm. 3338 Randall EV-4- The Beecher band will appear dent; Emmett Glasgow, Secre-
4678. Hertzman. ',' Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Offi tary-Treasurer; and Ben Bailer <
cer's Club from 2100-0100. ing, Sgt.-at-Arms. Installing the
For Sale i
*Rm. House. 6803 Dayton Ave, ijiL ,xii With Little John tipping the officers was Bob Larson, area
Barnes. scales at well over 300 pounds, governor of Toastmasters.With .
the orchestra is sometimes called wives and other guests Lit
Miscellaneous
Canted x "The Band With the Big Front." attendance, Tuesday's installation
;-Ride from 1250 Willow-
THOSE ATTENDING the meeting rates among the finestto
bank Ave. to O & R Annex.
07001530. EV-9-6860/ext 548. ii dances here will find a seasoned date, with four expressive
McHugh. veteran wielding the baton. Little sppeches and a good round of

Wanted John organized his first band : table topics. Ernie Newberg spokeon
: Ride from Riverside & .
Barrs while a Minnesota high school "They Don't Bottle Happi-
to NATTC NAWSS.
07301610. hey% boy. They were called Tiny'a Toe ness"; Rod Pinney on "The Most
Testing Office, ext. qO4
;, Powerful Force" Tom Forrest
8264. .Teasin1 Ten. ; ,
Wanted: Swap toJax area. Am In the Air Force, he organized "Once Over Lightly"; and Jay
: an orchestra for the second time. Ellis on "Grafting..
on shore duty at Glynco, Ga., 4 t
X A head shrlnkers
of
13 ; They were featured in many USO panel
months of obligated service }
left 4 ? vy, road shows. (evaluators) headed by Andy
T. V. Pierce, AN, 457-18-
87. Featured artists with the Beech- Planey included Don Moran, Ben

NAS USNAVCICSCOL, Brunswick, Ga., Glynco, \ er orchestra include Sue Morris, Ballering, Gordon King, and Carl

The Vocal Trio, Bob Hampson, McCranie. Toastmasters was Bill
Dewey Gautreaux and Dirk Fish Clearman, with hay Forrest Q u
U. Landy Dclaclicd er. topic master.
The next meeting will be held
Ltjg( ) Arthur Landy was detached ., Most people drink beer justas
W'i W :L..w(:'.;:, U .- can Tuesday, Oct. 8 at Dodson's Rest-
last NATT-
Tuesday from well sitting down as they can aurant at 1830,
Center where he has been servings MARINE-OF-THE-MONTII Cpl. Ronald Hancock, (left) standing up. But few people can .
for September among personnel -
assistant Supply Officer. was selecUd as Marine-of-the-month NAS Jax Marine Barracks. lie's shown receivIng stand up as well after they have Overheard at the main gate .
Ltjg( ) Landy, who reported stationed commendation at the last week at meritorious mast from MaJ. Louis been drinking sitting down as "You need a tonic, bud, you're be- '

aboard the Center In October, Carto a Marine Barracks commanding officer.Steven His month earned i they can sit after drinking standing ginning to look like the pictureon
1956, has been released; to inactive fVimanrt of duty as 'legal chief for the p*-t tip Wrn!'*hW n* I rour ID urd."
duty him the award.

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AvFund Keglers FAWTU Football



Continue On Top Filberts Flying


Center LeagueKeglers Full Feather S


of Aviation Fundamentals FAWTU, given only an outside

Continued to roll along a vie- 4i chance at most of winning the

tory laden trail in the NATTCen- Mainside Touch Football League

ter intramural bowling league, title in pre-season talk, has

copping three games last week. : $ :% surged to the fore following sec.

The Sparkles of AE School faltered : 'j : ond week's play.

and lost one game to drop k Holding three wins in the same

into a second place tie with the I number of outings, FAWTU

Missilcmen of NAWS. :. boasts a 20-0 white-washing of

Largely responsible for Av- ______________ s. __ __ VAP-62 and a 25-0 blanking of
Fund's success is the 175 average ., i .,' VA172. FAWTU also won by

carried by M/Sgt. "Red" Green. .;./, : '... forfeit over VAP-62 'B.'

wood. _ ., _ ; Fasron Six, undefeated in two

Pfc. John DeVito of Marine Detachment .. 'J > games turned in a 13-0 win over

rolled a big 252 to takeover S S. I 'S VA172. VW-4, also holding a

high game leadership. .....'.5-.__, ........&"'" "..."'_n. ''''''............'...._;'' ......,...''''''''-.<'.,.;-n,"""' '''...__...-.,....__,...--.,.. _; 2-0 record, blanked NARTU, 12-0.

Tram M.udl-.' W.. I..... PUNTS OUT OF TROUBLE Deep In his own territory, NARTU's Ken Oliver makes a quick The defeat placed NARTU In

AvFund ti 0 kick, helped by good support from a fellow lineman, Gordon Tinnn throwing: a block on VW-4's Rex the middle of the standings, witha
NAWS AK: School School 7 7 1 1 Dunlap. Aided by rood pass protection and a ret of fast ends, VW-4 defeated the Reserves, 12-0. 1-1 record, tied with VFP-62.
AE School 4 4 Game was played last week at the Stadium. VW-4 remains undefeated, along with Fasron Six and VA-172 Is currently 1-2 while
AK :School 3 s
SupSpltnUMarAvDet 1 7 defending champion VP.18 has a

AGO School 1 I 7Spiker 7 lone loss this season. Fasron 109

holds an 0-i-mark with VAP62'A'

FAWTU.SPORTS MAINSIDE and VAP-62 'B' checking in

: Loop with 0-3 records.NATTC.

-S. .

First Place \.: : IM SPORTST

Golf
:) '. F..tb.flFriday
," .x. .
Held By FourThe Opera vi vi"i -6 rcJt.lm'
NARTU vi VP-18. Muitlii Set
Monday Oct. 7 Saturday
,
VP-16 No. 2 n VP-16 No. 1, S.
Mainside Intramural Volleyball Tuesday Oct. 8 I i
/W4's/ Number One Unit
League entered its second NARTU Operations vi Fasron vi VW-4 Six., M.S. Personnel attached to NATT

week of play with four undefeated Wednesday Oct. 9 Center are reminded that the

teams sharing top spot. VAP-62 VP-16 'A1 No.vi 1 va VP-J6 VAP62 No. 'JJ'2. S. Center golf tournament will be

Fasron Six, VP-18 and VA-172 In NL Keg Loop Top SpotVAP62 FAWTU Thursday vi,VW-4 Ort. 10, S. held this Saturday.

all sport 2-0 records while Fatrou 100 B.wllnr v*,Fasron Six, M t I Those interested in participai

FAWTU has a 1-0 slate. Thursday, Oct. 3 i S tion, and have not as yet informed -
Turbo Turks met up with defeat in Mainside noo i
In last week's play, VP-18 won intramural bowling play last week when second place Pasron VAIn v. Dispensary the intramural office,
FAWTU downed (> tt R va Fasron Six | should do so at once to get reservations -
Fasron 109 11
over 109 racked up a 4-0 victory over the Turks. NARTU No. 1 vi FAW-ll
for tee-off times.
VW-4 turned in two
VAP-62, 1930
VW-4 II leads the National
now VA-176 0' VI VW-4. No. f. Prizes wil be awarded for both
wins defeating NARTU and VFP- League while one-time leader to FAW-11 and VA.176 "E" won 'I Operation vi Dental

62, VAP-62 lost to Fasron 6 and VAP-62 Turbo Turks holds number over NARTU, both games by 4-0. I Monday Oct. 7 I low net and low gross scores.
1700 There will also be prizes for the
VA-172. three place.IN asron 6 won from the VAP-62 ComFatrJax v* VAP-C2 T1VAPfii '

How they staRd Si of Sept. 30, OTHER OUTSTANDING. Strutaways by forfeit. I V A 1)-62: St.Sh.vi VFP2 vi VP-18'13' last amount of putts, and a special .

'.. birdie prize.Reservations .
T..nt L..t I 1930
National last week
League
.' games ,
f:1\ 2 0
''/lron Hospital vs Fasron 109
VP.l" :J 0 Dental beat VFP-62 "A" while' Communication* vi VFP-2 'T' can be made at
A-172 :! 0 Hospital shut out VA-176 's Race VP-18 vs VW-4 No. 5 Building 614 intramural office or
'AW1T 1 0VW Capt. Cup Tuesday Oct. 8
-. .c 1 by calling extension 481.
both ended in
VFI'-lri 1 2VA.171i games a one I 1700
I'' 2 Narrows DownThe VP-18 vi VFP-42 'A' '
4-0: count; Supply won over '
NARTlJ II 2 'OJ YA-176 0 vs VW-4 No I ;
VAI'-: (I 3iasron 176 "0," Fasron 109 took I, 1930'A17G I VFP-62 'A' Golfers
ll1!' (1:1 I race for the Captain'sCup I \ 'E1 vs VW.4 No. 2'A'1fl
-a. .' VAP-62 Dusters, then at NATTCenter has nar- I vs VW-1 No 4
took a win from the Dusters. Wednesday, Oct. 9 Win To Maintain
rowed down to three teams, O & R va Wave
"
Harvey I< oursomc i by forfeit. I with a fourth having an out 1700) Grip On First Place
O&R is on top in American N'ARTU vi Dispensary
Shares Gglf rri(tIc side chance. FA w.n vs Fasron Six t
League. play, defeating VA-172, ComFairJax vs V A 1)-62 St VFP-62 "A" defeated Opera-

3-1, last week.In Aviation Electrician's Mate I 1930 I tions, 9-0, last week to remain
Teams from Jax Navy and Hyde
School leads the with Supply vi VW-4 No.
pack : :
Park posted nine-under par 63's other American League ac. Operations vi VW-4 s atop the Mainside intramural golf
followed Avia.
ion, ComFairJax lost to VP-18 5,815 points by Voile)'ballThursday.
Saturday to share top honors at tion Ground Officers School Oct. 3 loop.NARTU
NAS Jax in the newly-revived< 3-1, then defeated VW-4 #2, 4-0; 1115 VAP-62 vi VA-176 beat VW4I, 6K-3U,
with 5,359, and Aviation Fundamentals 1213: NARTU vs Fasrun 100!
monthly Pro-Am Golf Tourna- VW-4 #2 then won over VFP-62 with Friday, Oct. 4 to hold down the number two
'B," 3.1; while VP-18 chalked upa 5,318. 1115 NARTU vi VP-IS
ment sponsored by the Jax Ama !spot.
The Missilemen of NAWS 1215 VA-176 vi FAWTUMonday
teur Golf Association. 3-1 victory over VW-4 #4. School, who for the past three Oct. 7 FAETU turned In two wins,
TilE WAVES 1115 VP-lSvs VP-16'A'
Jack Harvey, NAS Jax professional TOOK a forfeit years had won the cup and 1215 VAP-62 vs VP.16 '11 over Hospital, 6%-2, and FAW-
from
teamed with Ace Johnson, VAP-62 Strutaways then therefore took Tuesday, Oct. 8 11, 8-1.
Dick Dierker Bob beat VFP-62 "B," 3.1, and Dispensary permanent pos 1115 VA-172 vi VP-16 'A'
and
Taylor. session of it, have an outside 1215 VFP-62 vs VP-16 0' Last place, VAP-62 took a 6-3

They started sensationally, scoring then lost blanked 3-1 to VW-4 VAP-62 f 4. T,1 4-0, chance with 4,495 points. 1115 Wednesday FAWTU ,'OY\\ 9 'B defeat at the hands of Fasron 109,
seven-under
a par for the 1215 Fasron Six vs VP-16 '0't then the Fasronites dropped A
first five holes. The VAP-62 Shutterbugs lost
7-2 bout with VFP-62 "B". Oper-
Despite adverse weather, a
ations 6V4-2V4 VA-104
won over
dozen teams showed up for com' Bowling Standings
petition. I iir No games were played Mondaydue

I BUndl|. throufh Od. 1 to rain and wet grounds.
Third place went to unattached AMERICAN LKAGUK .

pro Guy Chancey and hfs help. o &: n ..._.__._ 14 2 ..875vI'lH C.
_....__ 1S 5 .750
mates. Hyde Park's second place CumFalrJaxFasron 14 6 .7110 Look! BasketballIs
SX 11 5 .6H14
squadron was led by pro Fred VW-4 Nit. 2 ,____ 11 9 .550
Ghioto. VW-4 No. 4 ,_ 10 10 ,5110 5 Here

Dispensary FAWUVA178 ..-== 18 18 :.500.5113 .... :_ :..__ .. S .5 AgainFirst
'5' __ i 11 ,4\0: .
call for the 1957 edition
VFP-R2 'B' a 11 .4\0: *
Dove Season To VA-172 .___ S 10 ,375 .? C 4dp' of the Jax Navy basketball Fliers
NARTU ___ 4 8 .3.1.1 t ,
Waves .?................_ 4 11 ..2.roV was sounded Tuesday with hope
> ......... .
..
AJ 2 P' 4 20 .167
Open Saturday VAP-62 Sh. .>............. 1 11 .083 fuls reporting to Warren Timm,
NATIONAL UAQU: team trainer acting as coach untila
First half of the 1957 dove VW-4 No. 1Fasron 21 3 .875 :
109 == 7 1 :.875 '- regular mentor is selected.
hunting season opens Saturdayand VAP-62 'T __ 11 S .61*;
closes Nov. 1. Dental .......'... 10 : .628: Practice is carded weekdaysfrom
on Friday, '- 'A' _=:= ii :.55) 1530-1730 at Mainside Gym.
Shooting hours are from 1200to VW-4 No. 5 10 10 .54%)
Supply' ._..:== 7 9 :.438 Interested persons are invited to
sunset. 'ommun. 8 10 .375 L
limit has been Hospital ___....___ 7 13 .3.10 try out.
Daily bag Opera. .... 4 8 .333
Another attractive schedule is
raised to 10 while possessionlimit VW-4 No. :r=.= 2 10 :.167
VA-176 'O'"Leftovers__._..._.._ 0 12 .000 being mapped out for the club
remains at 10 birds. more to comea
.* with Mainside basketball fans being
Concentrations of doves have
a S assured of another fine season
]been spotted lately, especially
again growled the of battles.
cage
where fields of corn still stand.
I cannibal as he gnawed the twc I Initial practice for the Jax

Also underway is the season old maids. _._.._.---.._..................._.__.__._ _...- Navy Waves basketball squad will
on marsh hens, which opened
U VICTOR AND VICTIM Lt William Lyon, Special Services be held soon. Pat Ashcraft veteran -
Sept. 20 and closes Nov. 24. Hear about the little moron Offker at NATTCenter, (right) gets a congratulatory handshake Crackerjax player, will lead
Hunting licenses are on saleat I from NATTCenter chaplain Lt. Joe Davis, for his victory in the
who flooded the because the the until coach
gym intramural team a regular
Center tennis
Special Services. championship singles. Lt. Lyons baggedthe
coach told him to go in ai a nib title In straight sets, '.%, .,.5. takes over.r .