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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1957
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I Service Pay Plan Being Readied, Asks Pet HikeA I


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military pay raise package White House before it can be service. pute their retired pay on the 'tion. This would allow the

containing original Cordiner transmitted to Congress. It Lay on the Cordiner rates rate they were receiving at services to retire certain regu-

recommendations plus 1 a six could be altered considerably for enlisted men immediatelyon I retirement time. Persons cur- lar officers before the 28-year
percent across-the-board increase between now and then. passage. rently retired would share in
was being placed into The new pay package woulddo Phase in the Cordiner rates the six percent cost-of-living service point.Approval .
legislative draft form by De- the following: for officers and warrant offi- increase. to pursue the new

fense Department.When Raise present basic pay six cers over a four-year period. Include certain Cordiner pay plan came after it was
ready, the bill must percent, with exclusion of per- Allow persons who retire "management" features, prin- presented to White House officials
clear the Budget Bureau and sons with less than two years under the new scales to corn- cipally "hump-type" legisla- early this week.JR .



Huge Shift In



Enlisted Rates XflAIJJ4Ui3



Eyed By NavyThe .


Navy's program for VOL.. 15 No. 32 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 14 November 1957
adjustment .of its enlisted -- _
rating structure during the
next two years leans toward
conversion to new ratings of .. \.. a. Chest-United Fund

6,400'petty officers, now in
grades E-4 through E-7 in 10

different rates. I DriveReaches 700/0
There will be a total of 7,650
openings during this period in
the same pay grades in a dozen An upsurge in the last few days of the campaign, coupled
different rates.ANOTHER with crediting of additional funds collected from three car-
F- riers home-based at NAAS Mayport, sent contributions to
PART of the pro-
the Jax Navy Community Chest-United Fund Drive to 70%
gram calls for increased ship- .
board training of men for advancement r.FAMILY of the self-established goal of $100,000 by the close of the

to petty officer third. campaign- last Friday.-
As of Nov. 8, date set for the
Commands are instructed to based at Mayport, pushes total
provide in-service training for a end of the locally conducted Navy contributions in this area

portion of E-3s going up for E-4 campaign, the nine participatingunits to $70,150.
and given quotas for this train- t listed at the outset of the THERE IS indication of more

ing. -.. .._....- drive contributed $58,150, or contributions to come and when
BETWEEN NOW and June 30, MILK: SHAKE Posing prettily at the Malmlde 588/15%, of the $100,000 goal. An final figures are tabulated, the
1959, Class A Schools will not restaurant, litters Irene and Loraine Willis take time out from additional $12,000 collected from percentage may be higher. Yet
be able to provide sufficient duties to reminisce over their Navy careers. Both girls enjoy personnel serving aboard aircraft to be heard from are straggler
the "nautical" life and both have same tastes when it comes to
training for all P03 candidates.. music, seafood, milk shakes and Rock Hudson. Loraine blond carriers USS Lake Champlain, units and the carriers USS Essex
School facilities will not be able and blue-eyed, is assigned to NAS Education Office while Irene, Saratoga, and Antietam, home-, and FDR, also home-based at
to handle all men who may want' a brunette with hazel eyes, works at Officer Records office. They Mayport.A .
hail from Mendon, Mass.Retired.
breakdown of the units and
to change their ratings, either, --
the Navy says. I' Early Outs Due their percentages, reads like this:
Said Fleet Air Wing Eleven, 72.8%;
Pay
The in-service For ChristmasMen
training pro- NARTU, 70.1%; NAS Jax, 69.3%;
gram will have to fill the gap i whose normal date of
NAAS Mayport, 59.8%; Naval
between output of schools and Still On IncreaseThe discharge would fall between Hospital, 49.3%; NATTCenter,

needs of the Navy. I Dec. 20 and Jan. 12 have been 48.7%; ComFairJax, 46.7%; In-
Details of this program are House Armed Services Committee estimates that by 1962 okayed by the Navy for an dustrial Manager's Office, 36.3%;
outlined in BuPers Instruction retired military personnel of this country will be getting one billion I early-out this Christmas. and NAS Cecil Field, 31.9% plus
1440.18A. dollars a year. I BuPers stated early-outs
\ the $12,000 from carriers at May-
This year, retirement pay, would be given to personnel
exclusive of veterans pensionsand fiscal 1956, some 186,000 people II provided their total enlistmentis port.AFTER
A SLOW start, the
Story Hour at LibraryA were drawing military retirement -
compensations, costs $556 pay. The figure went up not shortened more than drive, in which military and civil-
story hour for children is 1'million. Pensions and I i three months. ian personnel participated, pickedup
compensa- to 197,000 last year, and now is
set for NATTCenter Library,. tion payments are at an all-time at 210.0CO. I I Marine headquarters has indicated tremendously in the last week.
Friday, Nov. 22, at 1600, in con-I that no early release
high of $3 billion yearly. The Pentagon predicts it will At a special Armed Forces Day
nection with celebration I of The retired rolls have grown reach 225,000 next year and scheduled is contemplated by luncheon held last Tuesday at

Children's Book Week. I steadily since World War II. In 242,000 in two more years. I I the Corps. the George Washington Hotel, 14

Navy units were presented Com-

I Classified Pay Hike Chances Good, Says Bennettand reaching munity Service or exceeding Awards 100% for.of

,(Please turn to Page 3, CoL 5))
Chances are good that Con- should b e replaced with present retirement system?

gress will approve a pay raise more permanent buildings. I I CONGRESSMAN Bennett as-

for classified civil service em- Just how far in the future the serted that there was no prospectfor 4w
I new hospital will be built is enactment in 1958 of any
Florida l
ployees, declared i
hard t 0 determine, but i it is major health program in view of
Congressman Charles Ben- "more probable in 4 to 5 years," other urgent legislation.As .
nett in his address to NASJ the Congressman said. Nothinghas for the retroactive per diem

a x employees' representatives been indicated as to its lo- increases, he stated that item
last Thursday i n the cation. would have a good prospect if it
didn't at time of other
O & R auditorium! I I BENNETT. WHO MET earlier come a
ON ANNUAL visit to the Sta-' with high ranking officials at the urgent legislation. Another diffi-

tion, the Congressman also revealed Station, discussed a host of mat-' culty, he pointed out, was the
that under pressure to re- ters with the group. Here are agitation it would cause between
blue collar and white collar
duce operational expendituresthere some of the questions put to the
has been discussion at cer- Congressman. I workers.
tain levels that NATTCenter here The group requested informa-I' UNTIL EMPLOYEES requesta MI t is y 5s Yw & ?r .6 o-Y. .
tion of under consider- merger of civil service retire- f:;Y; -
would be moved, but the pro- legislation
ation which will ment system and social security,
posal has not reached higher affect Federal
levels. lIe himself had received employees, particularly ((1)) ma- there is no probability that any- f L.
thing in this field would be +
nothing official on this, he com- jor health insurance program; ((2) en- 4 r
acted he
mented. bill making per diem pay increases avowed. 4. 4
The Florida Congressman, in retroactive to 30 working The employees also obtainedthe 1_ I .

answer to queries put to him by days after start of wage survey; Congressman's views on the / I III _

the representatives, indicatedthat (3)) improvement of the Civil Ser following: (1) Possibility of a !..:.L.__ ._;.___... on _____
a new Naval Hospital is in vice Retirement System What shorter work week for Federal SOLON MEETS EMPLOYEES Following his address to
store for Jacksonville. He pointedout affect would coverage of Federal employees; ((2)) Rider on appro- Station employees' representatives last Thursday, Congressman
priations bill requiring Congres- Charles E. Bennett (third from left) expresses his views on
that the present structuresat employees under Social Security certain matters during an informal question: and answer period.His .
the Hospital are "getting old"|l I I program as proposed have on the] (Please turn to Page 3, CoL 2)) frank reports were well received by the group.New .



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X 11JJitft1J3 1mID Friday Nov.: 15 Fasron Scouting Six, VP-16. VA Squadron; ; 1 E



Station.Published Jacksonville every Thursday Fla. for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air Mainside-How To Murder A

NAS, Jacksonville I assistance from three remaining
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ...... ........ ................. Commanding Officer Rich Uncle (comedy drama) with VP-18
Comdr. Robert H. Smith _. .... ................... Executive Officer A02 appearedin ground officers, Ensigns Stan
Fleet Air Jacksonville Charles Coburn and Wendy Hil- Carl Goddard, Afek Ken Inabinette '
Rear Adm. Wendell O. Switzer ........... .................... Commander "Across The Quarterdeck"Navy and Bern. ;
Capt. S. S. Searc)', Jr. .. ...........?............... Chief of Staff ler. Also, Magoo Goes Overboard. Wed- ard Basch, will remain in Jacksonville '
fleet Air Wing Eleven television show last
Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence .. ..................... ...... Commander NATTCenter-Bombers B-52 in "keeping the home fires
Capt. T. E. White .... .. ... ..............?.. Chief of Staff nesday. Goddard participated burning."
Naval Air Technical Training Center Hospital- -The Third Key. demonstration with
Capt. Charles L. Moore. Jr. .. ... ............... Commanding Officer ; an archery The Archers bid a
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman ..... ........................._ Executive Officer Saturday Nov. 18 Bill Weatherby and Paul Under- temporary
Naval HoipUal : farewell to the squadron's
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl ................. ... ........... ...... .. Commanding Officer Mainside Julie (suspense wood. com-
Capt Marcy Shupp ...-..........?....... .................?........?......... Executive Officer welcomed aboardone munications officer, Lt (jg) Bob I
NARTTJ drama) with Doris Day and The squadron
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .............. .. .. ............. ,. Commanding Officer officer and enlisted man Boyd, who departed last week
Comdr. William E. Hardy ........... :: ::.::......... ??... .. Executive Officer Louis Jourdan. one for five weeks schooling in Nor-
this week. Lt (jg) Charles Nor-
NATTCenter How To MurderA
Printed commercially with folk.
funds In
non-appropriated Florida
at no expense to the government and In compliance .J.eklOnvtne6 Rich Uncle. ris reported from NAS Hutchinson -
Rev Nov 1W5 Distributed free of charge to military and civilian pe:1 and William Price reported "Welcomed aboard" is extended .
of Fleet I Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Kiddie Matinee "Hands Across
Training : to Thomas PN3
Iburg
,
School. ; Ronald
Center AE
Fleet NATTCenter
Air Wing 11. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. from
Navallospital.. The Border" with Roy Rogers I
Gilbo John
AEMAN; Edward
Service Information Officer .. ,.... Lcdr. J. F. Klrkllghter. Jr. Best wishes are extended to ,
Managing Editor Andrew H. Planey and Dale Evans. Also "Helter Ensign Robert Muller and his AA; Robert Morrison 1 AA;
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter Jack Holmes. PHI: Skelter." at Mainside. Donald Powell, AA; James Morris
L'nThVe.J :afirJ ; John Isbell, JOSH; Ben Sylar. SN: Phyllis Fletcher; new bride, who were married in e
Material News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Mal n sid e and NATTCenter All Saints' Chapel Nov. 2. AA; and Glenn Roberts AA.
apperrlng in this publication be
can
reprinted providing credit 1s
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo movie daily 18002000. Sat., Sun., Congratulations are in order e e e
gra
Editorial and VP18VP18
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Holidays-1400-1800-2000. for C. E. Priepke, PH2, who recently -
.Phone.. extensions- 81M. 8348. 272 or 216. Hospital movie daily, 1900. passed the first class went all out this last

examination and will be rated week to show inspecting teams
from Fleet Air Wing 11 just
PHI on Dec. 1. Fourteen men what

passed the second class test and the squadron could accomplish

20 men passed the third class during Operational Readiness In

exam. spection.The .

Lcdr. D. C. Anderson and his CPOs held a dinner-dance
recently at the Timber Inn.
wife have a new seven-pound,
10-ounce addition to their familY'1 Steaks were featured as main

The baby boy, born Nov. food. F. Schum provided enter.

been named Robert Bruce. tainment, and W H. Harris Jr.,

e e e was in charge of publicity.

VA-34 VP-16's Community Chest-

The Blue Blasters of VA-34 United Fund Drive went over

recently boosted their total of the 100% mark this week The J

individual Navy "E's" to 27 by squadron's chairman, Ltjg( ) B. J.

picking up five more in day and Gleason, accepted special recognition

night glide bombing. at the CC-UF Banquet

VA-34 won the Navy' first held Tuesday at the George

gee,,,, individual Navy "E" in the A4D. Washington Hotel.

VA-34 William I m b o den. AN was
unloaded its A4D Sky-
given special recognition for his
hawks
.i." j and men aboard the USS
I outstanding work while attached '
Essex (CVA-9)) at Mayport, Oct.
to United Fund .
-................ ............... ... .....WN.'" ....w ww ... '... 30 for a week of carrier qualifi *Headquarters.Fasron r

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS Among some 12 Navy activities to be presented Com cation operations.The Six
munity Service Awards for exceeding 100 percent of their goal in the Community Chest-United Blue Blasters have flown
Fund Drive were five squadrons of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence, ComFair over 3,000 accident free hours Fasron Six welcomed aboard
I Wing 11, is shown congratulating officers of the squadrons. Left to right are, Comdr. Nicholas and Lcdr. William Phillips from Fas
Brango. skipper cf VW-4: Comdr. Casey Zane, executive officer of VP-18j Comdr. P. L. Holmes recorded over 2200 FCLP land I ron Three at NAS Norfolk Va.
CO of Fasron 109: Comdr. J. W. Crowe, skipper of VP-5, and Comdr. E. B. Abrams VP-16 com ings since receiving the Sky- Lcdr. Phillips will be

_manding officer. Witnessing the presentation is Cant. T. S. White, chief staff officer. FAW.ll... hawks in March. new Operations
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e e

NX Again Sells Successful Open House Held After weeks VA-104 of field carrier proximately Fasron Six 70 played pupils host from to ap a j

Fernandina Beach Grade School

Yule TreesTen By Light Photo Squadron 62Three landings prepared, the for"Hell's carrier Archers"qualifica are last Friday. They were given a

carloads of top quality tions. ; guided tour by Warren Stover,
Christmas trees are expectedto hundred fifty dependents and special guests attended ron's Twenty-four of the squad AD2.
be sold through NAS Jax Light Photographic Squadron 62's Open House early this month, pilots and 78 enlisted men
held at Hangar US. will embark aboard the USS
Navy Exchange facilities again Daffynishuns: In debt over
It was the squadron's first such Intrepid at Norfolk, Nov. 14.
this year. event since 1955.ACCOMPANIED. Capt. E. L. Kiem squadron skip your ears-something a man is
Of Candian Spruce variety, BY wives' Ensign George Drayton, with when he buys a hat on time.
per ,inspected personnel then
the trees will sale
go. on earlyin representative, Mrs. S. R. Bates,
December, and according to spoke to assembled wives, commenting
L
one Exchange spokesman, will on the splendid support .
NARTU Outfit On
:
be so fresh that snow and ice they have given the squadron.
will still be _
them.
on Viewing of various static dis-
Display and sale area will be Mining Exercise
plays followed, with photographic
the Mainside tennis court,
located between the service Patrol Squadron 741 from mosaics of the Jacksonville area

station and NARTU Jax was on a simulated and of
Building Three. pictures a mirrQr approachto
Trees will also be sold at mine-laying operation in the a carrier attracting consider-
Tampa Bay area last week.
Cecil Field, Mayport, Green able attention. '
.
Cove Springs, and Glynco, Regular fleet units from Key ONE OF EACH of the squad .a 4. @S, s l x

Ga., Naval establishments. West worked closely with the ron's three type of jets was on
Reserve squadron during mine-
display, along with a complete
field operations in the harbor
camera line-up of about thirty
Robnett Sauro
Cop I mouth.
different pieces of equipment.A .

AEA( ) School HonorTwo VP-741 utilized four P2V-4 small air show was put on
Neptunes. To add a surprise ele- by "Ray's Raiders" and "Cor-

men shared graduating ment, defense units of the Tampaarea rigan's Cougars", with the crowd

honors last week at Aviation were not alerted until actual applauding diamond antics of the

Electrician's Mate School ClassA start of the operation. two detachments.Lt. .

at NATTCenter. They are Commanded by Comdr. John Lloyd Jones and Lt (jg)

Stanley Robnett, AEIAN, of Port Briggs, prominent Jaxon, VP-741 Tom Walsh were in charge of

Ales, N. M., and Frank Sauro, I possesses a colorful background.The committee arrangements for the

AEMAN, of Worcester, Mass. group was called to the .col- successful event, given an extra '

Robnett will now go to NAAS ors during the Korean conflict, boost by music of the Jax Navy k

Chase Field, Texas for duty while serving a tour at Malta and in band.

Sauro is assigned to Moffett the Med. \

Field, Calif. The outfit established a "first"in 400 electric motors, generators' VISITING -
DADDY'S RK
1954 when it became the first and other rotating electrical Green, with the Three-year old Nancy

The saddest word of tongue or Naval Reserve squadron to be machines are required to operatethe in an inflated para-raft customary similar wide-eyed to the look ones of used a young by Jet child pilots sill

pen: "We sold the baby buggy, deployed oversea for a training various systems of one heavy forced to leave their planes over water. Nancy's father is Lt.
then-" cruise in peacetime. bomber. Dick' Green of VFP-62. Occasion was the photographic squad
ron n Open House held for dependents last Friday.



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Navy Wives



Corner.


New members of Navy Wives

Club No. 86 are Mesdames

Theron McKay, Ernest Tyler and

Samuel Brown.

Mrs. George Moore was made

life member. Mrs. Moore has

been a very active member since

she joined in 1951, holding the

'; i k J office of parliamentarian, several
{ chairmanships and has worked

with most all of the club's pro-
i

: Y jects.The following appointmentswere
.
,.. made Mrs. Charles Sha-
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,J .;.. .f') neck, pin chairman; Mrs. Robert
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".f.d,., ..i'.,.*, : > Miller, membership; Mrs. Buddy
Yarian, points; Mrs. John Wil-

.. ., liams, program; and Mirs.: Robert
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"MIRROR. MIRROR ON THE WALL. WHO'S FAIREST -" These charming teen-agers are finalists In the Jax Nary basketball Simonton, Not New Shop Pickup
Queen Contest. Left to right are. Darla Davis Sally Stovall. Ellen Becker and Dee Hopkins. Everyone aboard the Chairman.
I I Station is eligible to cast a ballot which are available at Special Services at Mainside NATTCenter and Hospital) also at Buiness was transacted for the
Fasron Six, Fasron 109 FAW-11, ComFair Jax and NARTU Personnel offices and at the Jax Air News. Results will be
announced and the queen crowned at half-time of Wednesday's Jax Navy.Green Cove Bullets game. Thanksgiving and Christmas
charity baskets. Assisting the

Barkhurst, Boettjer Grab Results Announced Nov. 20 Chaplain, Mrs. Rose Wilson, will

be Mesdames Jack Clark, Wallace
WEEKEND TIDE
AO Graduation Honors
UnderwayIn Everoski, George Copeland, and
Frederick Barkhurst, A02, of HIGH LOW Voting B. Clark.

Harrisville, Ohio, and Pfc. Vrud- AM PM AM PM The members, their husbandsand

erick Boettjer, of Ashland, Ky., Fri. 1:31: 1:57: 7:37 8:15: ContestPreliminary guests are looking forward to
grabbed top honors in Aviation Queen
Sat. 2:33: 3:00: 8:46: 9:15: the forth-coming ThanksgivingDay
Ordnancemen School, Classes B dinner. '

. and A, at NATTCenter. Sun. 3:35: 4:00: 9:50: 10:12If : judging has taken place in the Jax Navy Mrs. Barney Meyer, club presi-

f Barkhurst will report to AE basketball queen contest, with four lovelies gaining a nod dent, has been elected to serveas
t" School for conversion, while you want to get back on into the contest finals, currently underway via ballot box Southeast Regional vice-pres I

rk' Bjettjer will report to El Toro, your feet in a hurry, just skip a aboard NAS Jax. Finalists are pictured above.A ident.

' Calif. car payment. dozen girls paraded at Main- -- Members graduating from the
t1 tends Landon High.
,a Yi side gym last Friday noon and Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., recent Gray Ladies Course at
their wares before NAS Mesdames Wallace
displayed were:
NAS Jax commanding officer,
judges representing intramural will crown the queen and pre- Everoski, George Moore, Ray-
teams aboard the Station. mond Suart and Robert Miller.
sent a certificate to her and each
THE QUEEN will be announ These ladies took the course in
member of the court. '
ced during half-time ceremoniesat Ballots can be obtained anytime response to the talk given by
next Wednesday evenings Mrs. Fie l s h man at a recent
i r : : basketball opener between SaxNavy's through Tuesday morningat luncheon.
r : Q the following locations: Special
Fliers and Green Cove
Services at Mainside, and Hospital : -
Springs' Bullets. and NATTCenter; NATT ChestUnitedContinued
i 1..S T 'tk Ballots have been sent to sev-
__________ Center SIO; and personnel offi-
i $ eral points on the base and ( from Page 1))
Maiu ces at Fasron Six, FAW 11, Fas-
1 4.nos everyone is eligible to cast a ron 109 and NARTU. Also at the their goal in the CC-UF cam-
Deadline for voting is Nov.
vote. Sax Air News office. paign.
19 at 1200.EARNING. Receiving these were Industrial
\\ r t. k : THE judges' nod,
: Relations D e p t, ComNabSix,
} Friday were Darla Davis, Dee Need TeachersNavy Medical Dept., Comptroller Dept.,

Hopkins, Sally Stovall and Ellen I Naval Air Mobile Training De-
wives with college de-
Becker. i who are interested in tachment, and Security, all under
grees
Misses Stovall, Becker and teaching should contact the the banner of NAS Jax; Patrol
Davis are students at Lee High Squadron Five; Patrol Squadron
personnel office of the Duval
School, while Miss Hopkins at- 18 Fasron
16; Patrol Squadron ;
County Board of Public Instruction -
... .. 109; Early Airborne Warning
=" ""' "" ""'1>' ''''''- "' 605 Ocean street,
EARNS SCHOOL HONORS Joseph Wilkinson, YN1 Capt. Peltier, Ex NAS Squadron Four, and Staff of
EL 6-7121 extension 23
phone ,
(right) of Fleet All Weather Training Unit at NAS executive Jax, receive offi- PWO, To Head BureauCapt. 'Or 31. FAW-11, all under Fleet Air
FAWTU
I a cer certificate, stating that from Wilkinson Lcdr. H. C.finished Johnson.number one in his class E. J. Peltier was recently Teachers for elementary Wing Eleven; and Staff of Com-

while attending YN (B) School at Bainbridge, Md.. recently. appointed Chief of the Navy's grades are particularlyneeded. FairJax, Heavy Attack SquadronOne
Wilkinson's 14.weeks score was a very fine 91.4. Bureau of Yards and Docks and Staff of Air Task Group

--ClassifiedContinued Chief of Civil Engineers.A 201, and Staff of Air Group 202.

former NAS Jax Public --- ,.. >. Sffl
.y
Dr. Bob Jones ( from Page) Works officer, (from 1949 to 1951) tlllk CM'gf'ILL m' < :' .,

of he succeeds Rear Adm. R .11. :
sional approval for transfer ;' : i
Appears HereDr. government operations to private Meade, another former NAS Jax

industry; ((3) Modification 0 f PWO.

Bob Jones Jr., prominent Veteran's Preference Act to pro- Capt. Peltier will be promotedto

university president-evangelist,, vide greater retention rights to Rear Admiral upon assuminghis

will appear at NAS Jax tomor- non-vet career employees in reductions new duties.

row and Saturday, Nov. 15-16,, in force. Oft h e nine former Public j

according to an announcementby THE CONGRESSMAN said in Works Officers from NAS Jax,, ) 4p:5Ei ..

Protestant Chaplain Robert his opinion the shorter workweek Capt. Peltier will be the fifth to .

Osman.Dr. for federal employees was attain Admiral's rank.

Jones will conduct special not a good idea. "If a man is .1.
services at All Saints Chapelat supporting a family via federal Jaycees Set Model Plane Event

1900 both evenings.He employment, I think he should be The Jacksonville Jaycees have
servicesat 'scheduled a model airplane meet : ; .
fu-
will also conduct interested in having a secure
0930 and 1100 Sunday, Nov. ture instead of having other (Flyvestival) for Nov. 30 and ,
be to the Dec. 1 at Whitehouse Navy Field, cj
17. Services will open things hamstring employment,
off US Highway 90 west. _
public.
well known by he said. For further information, con-
Particularly is in The transfer to private industry tact the Jaycee office, 604 Hogan
Dr. Jones :
young peopla, ,
with the Congressman'sapproval
rider met ry "
for Street. w
demand at Youth s
constant
since he is one of the --
Christ rallies and other young leaders in Congress for legisla- some inequities in i the present

people's conferences. tion which would require con- Vets Preference Act, but empha-
His appearance here is in con- aproval on transfer of sized that nothing will be done TAKES OVER REINS Lcdr. Vincent Anania (seated)
Religious gressional of that he will take over as
juction with Protestant about it unless employee groups looks over custody cards equiment
Emphasis Week. Guest soloist government operations to private he assumes duty of Special Services Officer at NATTCenter.
Leistner of industry.He and veteran groups resolve the Looking on wishing him well. is Lt. William Lyon former
Lowell
will Orlando.be a gr e e d that there were I problem. Special Services Officer, who is being released to Inactive duly.I .



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Marines Top &0 Fliers To


School To Gain
,

Touch Loop Lead Host GCSNov.20


By virtue of a 19-0 win over J\\ : \\ :: % ; : k. '

the Ordnancemen of AO School, ; the Marine Aviation Detachmentis
Before another week flits
now on top of the heap in the
by, Jax Navy basketball root-
NATTCenter touch football in- ers will have had a chance to

tramural league. MAD's record is "r &q do some tonsil testing with

now 8-0-1. the 1957-58 Flier cagers pry-

I The fine pass defense of the ing the lid off the campaign
MAD team proved to be the de- against Green Cove Springs
<
ciding factor, as was the two :'r next Wednesday at 2000 at

spectacular scoring catches b y Mainside gym.ALTHOUGH .
Jack Carlson. John DeVito scored Flier coach Herb

the other TD on a recovered Stovall remains tight-lipped regards -

fumble in the end zone. I a starting five, casual ob-

Joe Bodnar turned in an ex- servers at daily workouts figurea

ceptionally fine performance in I sure bet of Jim Good, Dave

passing and quarterbacking his Smith, Ernie Stewart, Bill Doyle

team to the win. I ..y Y and Jim Parkerhouse.Good .

Other action saw the Store- R Smith and Stewart are
keepers of AK downing Aviation holdovers from last year's Sixth

Fundamentals, 6-0, the Sparkies '. Naval District I championshipclub.

of AE downed NAWS, 25-6, and Doyle and Parkerhouse area
the Support Splinters gained a I pair of towering newcomers.
forfeit victory over AGO School, FLIER CAGE PREVIEW Showing their wares prior to the Jax Nary Fliers season openerare Others looking impressive to
6-0 these five cage hopefuls. Left to right are. Dick Wilson Dave Smith James Donoho Jim Good
and Dick Matthews. Good and Smith are returning from last year's 6ND title-winning squad. The date include Bob Wright, Dick
., Fliers under new mentor Herb Stovall, pry the lid off the 1957-58 season Nov. 20 at 2000 at i Matthews, "Hot Dog" Matillo,
Turn Standings Mainside gym against Green Cove. Attractive pre-game and half-time festivities, including: crown- I Bill Donoho and Bob Crittendon.THE .
MarAvDet W L T ing of a basketball queen. will highlight the evening.
FLIERS will start off the
''r
AO School I !
AK School 5 4 0 year using a sliding, or "float
AvFund AE School 4 4 I Sparkle Spikers ing," man to man defense. Offen-
SIInSpllnts 3 e o sively, they'll be employing a
AGO irWeaps 0 3 9 II 0 0 Cop First RoundThe fAX AIR SPORTS variety of tricky patterns basedon

Sparkles of the Aviation a hard-pressing fast break.A .
Secure Electrician's Mate School I : .2\WS large crowd should be on
.
Grip closed out play in the first ,. hand for the opening tilt. In

round of the NATTCenter intramural addition to fine basketball, an
I On Mainside volleyball league attractive pre-game and halftime -

I with a perfect 7-0 record. show is being planned.
Bowling LeadVP18 The second round play, VW-4 FAWTU Tumble'Birds' Basketball is also on tap at

which started last Monday, Mainside gym Thursday, Nov.

leader in the Mainside finds the Missilemen of NAWS 21 at 2000. Jax Navy continuesits

American Bowling League, roll- with a 6-1 record, and the From Grid RoostLong aggressive early schedule with
ed over VFP-62 "B," increasing Aviation Fundamentals team the second game in two nights.
its lead with a 5-2 count, close on the Fairchild Aircraft of St. Augustine -
over second-place VW-4 time top rung occupant Fasron Six absorbed its
No. 2 by 100 points following heels of the Sparkies who are third consecutive setback this week, relinquishing its graspon will provide opposition.
The Fliers take to the road for
play last week. the Center's defending champs.
the Mainside Intramural Touch Football League lead,
the first time against Patrick
VW4. 2 moved from fifth to and falling into the mire of fourth place.
AFB at Cocoa, Nov. 23.Freelance .
second place without LATE STARTER VP-16 No. 2
rolling
a selves into tie for
game. Mittmen Vie handed Fasron Six its initial lossa i a two-way
first with 7-1-1 marks.
week ago, and this week
ComFairJax
losing 3-1 to FAW
Potent VW-4 insulted 'Six'with Club
FAWTU and VW-4 followed suit
11, dropped to fourth
place while With
Tonight a 19-6 drubbing, and
and in doing so propelled them-
O&R shut
out FAW 11 and Dis- I
FAWTU added to the injury witha All-Out
three pensary position.to take over number WP Beach tight 7-6 win. Maps .

VP-16 No. 2 upended
Fasron Six took Boxing coaches Chuck Phillips Member: Drive
a 3-1 win from 109, 13-0, and soundly trounceNARTU
VA-172. The Waves lost and Bob Perkins will lead their
a 3-1 32-0. VP-16 No. 2 i is Last Sunday marked the first
battle to the VAP 62 Shutterbugswhile I I charges against the West Palm now tied in second place with shoot held on the new Navy

the contest between Dis Beach Air Force Base team tonight VP-18, idle this week, both with archery range, and many embryo
pensary and VA-176 "E" endedin 6-1-1 marks.
faces were present to initiate the
a deadlock. I in the opener of the season
In other action, last week targets.
VP-16 for Jax Navy.
pacing the National VAP-62 beat Fasron 109, 12-7; .The Jax Navy Freelance Bowhunters -
league, remained idle in last I Phillips reported that five of VFP-62 knocked off VP-16 No. are holding a membership -

weeks play. his men have tangled with the 1, 8-0, then VP-16 No. 1 bounced drive with the largest club
VW-4 No. 1, trailing by only I flu bug over the past week, but back for its first win of the in Jacksonville as its goal. Free

20 points, did not have a chanceto hopes they will be in top shape { season, a 13-0 verdict over Fas instructions and equipment are
improve its position as a I for the Air Force engagement. ron 109. available.The .
scheduled match with VAP-62 Just is located at the
recovering from the flu is Standings through NOT. 11 range
was called off. I Lawrence Howard, and he is ex- L Team W L T south end of Biscayne St. at
In other matches, Hospital de pected to make the trip to add FAWTU 7 1 1 NATTCenter. For information,
feated Supply, 3-1; Fasron 109 I to the Navy power. VP.-16 No. 2 8 1 1 1 contact chief Bill Weatherby at
shut out Communications VP.18 6 1 1FA
with "The Air Force team is the swr. ron Six 6 3 1VFP62 Building 456, Friday afternoons
VW-4 No. 3 losing to VFP-62 4 4 i from 1300-1500.
will have
toughest
oponents we 3 5
"A" by the same score. met in the last three years," VAF172 3 6 0VP.16 The Freelancers are holding a
No. 1 I 7 0 shoot Nov. 17
turkey Sunday, ,
stated Phillips, "having won the Fasron 109 I 8 I 0
Mainside VAP-62 1 8 0 with a shoot at 0900 and an
Spikers open division in last year's AAU .. afternoon shoot at 1300.
"
tournament held in Jacksonville.
Gun Results of last Sundays Broad-
For VA-172
There will be eight fights ontonight's AvFund Keglers
> head shoot are as follows, Rich-
Undefeated card.SPORT.
VA-172
leads the I
ard VanMullen 350, 1st place;
Mainside Intramural Back In GrooveThe
Volleyball r,. Fred Marshe, 305, 2nd; Bill
League with six wins and no :2' Weatherby, 300, 3rd, and J.
losses. SHORTS pin smashers from Aviation
Rogero, 285, 4th.
Second place Fasron Six beat Fundamentals got back on

NARTU, then dropped a close Miralotte Ickes, new women'snational 1 the winning road last week by Several seamen went into the

bout with VP-18 for its first open rifle champion, is sweeping by their opponents, and office one day with travel orders.
defeat of the season. Third placeVW4 the wife of Marine Capt. Raymond CLASSY BOXER Billy scoring a clean sweep for the The chief there was sitting com
turned in a win over Ickes, son of the late Martin, dependable 149 pounder night. fortably behind the counter. He

FAWTU to bring its tally to Sec'y of the Interior .Bob team of, will.the be Jax ready Navy when Boxing the Msgt. Burner of the AvFund didn't get up to wait on them."Can't .

42.VFP62 Richards twice Olympic pole bell sounds tonight in the first squad still leads the pack with a you wait on us?" one of
overran Fasron 109 to vault champion, has made his team match of the season for high average of 166, but is being them finally asked bravely."Can't .
tie VP-18 for fourth place last amateur leap and will turn the varsity mittmen. West pursued by Msgt. Steve Mayer you come in here someday

honors, each team sporting a 3-3 professional as a sports director will Palm be Beach the location Air: Force for Base to- with a 164 and Msgt. "Red" when I'm standing up?" was

record. and television MC. night's fights. Greenweed, 163. the reply.




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