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Last Chance To Score In Chest-United Drive All Saints'

l Service

X dtH1fs The one On hour service TV at 1100at

All Saints' Chapel this Sun-
day will be televised by;

Channel 12, WFGA-TV.

Chaplain Robert Osman will

speak on the topic, "If God
VOL. IS No. 31 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 7 November 1957 Turned Away."

The choir will sing "Silent

EM Rate Sea" by Neidlinger, with Mrs.
W. E. Inzer as soloist. Organist -

ChangesSeen Smith.

i- Chaplains Joseph Davis and
Ernest Reagan will conductthe
Due $ 0930 service.
VISITING NURSES HOPE HAVEN Assisting TV technicians as
The Navy has plans to com- ASS'N Navy advisor in this NAS Jax
pletely revamp its enlisted "first" will be Ronald Grom-

rating structure, according toa oll, PHC.
n announcement in Navy Another interesting facet of

Times. > ,. the day's religious program
The changes, to be made on CROSSHEART will be a two-hour full color
movie to be held at the Chapel -
< -' "
an evolutionary basis, will take i ':.
place in 44 of the 06 genel"al'service at 1000.
a { Titled "Wine of Morning," it
ratings. Current general' ASS'NCALVATION eoYS HOME ASS'N
is the first film to win all
service ratings will be split into ':, 4' ", <
x four top awards of the Na-
specialty groups at the third and o tional Evangelical Film Foun-

second class petty officer icvrl. dation.
THIS IS TO be done in orderto ARMY _. -- --- .- -
reduce time it takes to train I

men to become qualified petty Fund Drive
Y. \
officers. I

The Navy began activating : t 'c WithFinish.
few emergency service ratings
last year in a move to beef up I C

the faltering third class potty I NearA
officer situation. w /
The Times stated that the big, last-minute push has
Navy will change the classifications : been generated within "key
Y man" ranks in an effort to boost
within its system to develop T I i
closer to
If./jT Jacksonville Navy
a more flexible rating i
structure. ". 14'4t LiD Community
Drive goal before close of the
THE PRESENT general "
serv- hi1' campaign tomorrow (Friday)
ice ratings will be called gen .
M As of Monday, 30.35 per cent
eral ratings and emergency service f 1F t of the $100.000 goal had been

ratings will become just ? reached. The big word now is

service ratings. Wartime emergency spelled "p-1-e-d-g-c."
service ratings will WITH CLOSE of the drive at

continue to be limited to those Keep The Pot Boiling; Give To The Chest-United Fund hand, personnel are remindedthat

ratings needed only during way ._ .. cash is not needed to "give
-- --- -
mobilization. your fair share."

( Free Check Cashing Personnel can pledge any
Marines To March
Navy i
i Service Here FridayAs amount they wish now and take
Holiday Set For I up to a full year to pay.
community service to
a As a community service.

Monday, Nov. ?11/ In Veterans Day Parades:' assist in putting the charity Brinks, Inc., employees will be
drive i over the goal-line, aboard the Station tomorrow
Monday November 11 is Vet- (Friday) to cash all checks free.
and will be and Marine Brinks, Incorporated will cash
erans Day observed Navy personnel A COMMUNITY Chest task
as legal holiday at NAS will join Army, Air Force, Coast day will begin at 1430. The Navy all Navy employees checks force, led by this check cashing

Guard, veterans units, patriotic will be represented by marching free, tomorrow (Friday, Nov. service and the NAS Jax band

Jax.All civilian and military per- organizations and other groups in groups furnished by the carrier 8)). will be part of a final effort to

sonnel will have the day off, Veterans' Day parades Sundayat "Essex" based at Mayport, by A Community Chest task put Jax Navy over the top.

with exception of duty and Jacksonville Beach. and Mon- jets overhead, by the Jax Navy force led by this check cash- From 1000-1400, the check
day in Jacksonville.The service will be at O & R
maintenance sections. Band and several cashing ;
high-ranking ing service and the Jax Navy
Jax Beach parade on Sun- 1400-1500, at Supply and 1500-
officers. band will be part of a final 1600 at Public Works.

CAPT. T. D. Tyra of Overhauland effort to put Jax Navy over Latest figures show 30350.30:

Repair will represent the the top in the local drive. has been collected or pledged,

h NAS Jax commanding officer, Brinks employees will be at
(Please turn to Page 3, Col. 5
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. the following locations to cash
The Jacksonville parade will
checks at these times: Payments
4t begin at 1040 Monday, assembl-
ing at Julia and Duval streets. 1000-1400 0 & R; 1400- Mutual Death Benefit Society

Fifteen bands, many marching 1500-Supply, and 1500-1600- Members are reminded that as-
Public Works. sessment No. 81 is due by Nov.
(Please turn to Page 3, CoL 1)) I 20.

I Tropic Flavor Jazzes Bean Soup Panel 7 I I

Chili powder, whole cloves, to orthodox varieties, turning in Memphis restaurants featured it
chopped onions, no matter what two very tempting, mouth-wa- on the menu.
you put in it, as long as it has tering recipes. Winning entry? It was turnedin
L beans, it's bean soup. Many local folks have come
"NEXT COMES HAM TRIMMINGS" Says; J"'o';;Wren THIS MIGHT be the moral of stoutly to the defense of the local by C. Smith, commis-
CS2 (right) as he checks ingredients put in Nary bean soup by the bean soup contest held at defeated bean soup recipes.We saryman from Naval Base, San
Robert Mason, CS2. The two NATTCenter cooks were among 90 Memphis Naval Air Station recently trust this has also happenedat Juan. His included a varietyof
entrants in the recent Navy Bean Soup Contest held at NAS with 90 recipes being 80-some odd other Naval es- ingredients that many folks
Memphis. Although first prise went to a chief commissaryman: submitted by Navy cooks. tablishments too. wouldn't think of being in bean
from San Juan Naval Base Wren and Mason till believe they Two local chefs, Jason Wren, ONE THING is certain, soon soup.
have recipes: for some pretty tasty soup. Here's our bowl, fill CS2, and Robert Mason, CS2, of after news of the prize-winning But, as long as it has beans,
It upl NATTCenter, stuck more or less recipe i was: received, several it's bean soup!

Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 7 November 1957

dt.-44 Let Your Conscience Guido

J11 X4U.tLtW S AGO Class Of

". Nine GraduatesAviation Crippled, Aged Look To

Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine activities at Naval AirStation. Ground Officer's '
Jacksonville, Via. Of
NAS Jacksonville School at NATTCenter held You For 'Hand Hope'
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ....... .................. Commanding Officer
Comdr Robert H. Smith _.. .. .. ....................... Executive Officer graduation exercises last Fri-
Fleet Air Jacksonville and Comdr. James Todd This U the third and final in a series of articles to
Rear Adm. Wendell Q, Switzer... I. ................................. Commander day, ( acquaint
Capt. S. S. Searcy, Jr. ........ .... ... .-........._................. Chief of Staff Training Officer of the school personnel with the 42 agencies of the Community Chest-United

Capt. Sidney J. Lawrence ..Fleet. Al...Wing.... Eleven............ .. ......... ..... Commander I presented certificates to nine Fund. They are continued in alphabetical order).
? ?
Capt T. E. White .. .. ... .. .. ............................ Chief of Staff graduates. TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY This agency assisted more migrants .
Naval Air Technical Training CenlerEapt.
Charles L. Moore Jr. ...... .. ....... ............................ Commanding Officer Those graduating were En- than any other city in the entire US last year. Serves peoplein
Wilfred E. Fleshman/ ..... .. ... .. ......................_........ Executive Officer of
Naval Hospital signs John Delhagen, George difficulty who are away from home, irrespective race, creed,
Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl ............-........... ... ..................................... Commanding Officer Easter, Paul Mayer, Phillip economic status. Helps residents of Duval stranded
Capt. Uarcy Shupp ......-.--.-......' ._.-??._?-..... Executive Officer nationality, or
NARTU Mitchell, Thomas Naughton, elsewhere.
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ................................_..... .._......... Commanding Officer
Comdr William E. Hardy ........?............. ...................-........................ Executive Officer Marshall Olshefke, Francis VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION Last year this agency
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida Paine, Richard Place and made over 19,000 visits to give nursing care to those sick at home.
.t no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXbS P-35 Robert Vennstra. Fees are charged on patient's ability to pay.
Rev. Nov. I>i45. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station NavM Air Technical Training The next class convene YMCA (CENTRAL) Program based in a Christian outlookto
Center Naval Hospital.Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. 8. Nov. 12, and will have approximately all those it serves-building healthy bodies and strong minda

Service Information Officer ..._. .. Lcdr. J. F. Klrkllghter, Jr. 30 students. by serving thousands of boys.
Managing Editor Andrew H. Plane,
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes PHI; --- YMCA (DAVIS BRANCH) Carries out similar program for
Lynn Weldman. JOS; John Isbell, JOSN; Ben Sylar. SN: Phyllis Fletcher; colored Crowded jails indicate need for more YMCA
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Daffynishun: Intoxication our youth.
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Isgiven. State of feeling sophisticated services.
Photographs, unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy photo-
graphs.Editorial. without being able to pronounce YWCA Serves community through a Christian program builton
offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. of social
Phone extensions 61M. 8346, 272 or 216. itlOMMONITY the premise that development positive relationshipsin
groups is fundamental to our democratic society. Reaches thousands .

<< CHEST UNITED FUND DRIVE YWCA of girls( L.their LEWIS teens.BRANCH) A branch of the Central)

YWCA. Offers an outstanding program of service to the colored

.;1'il.; : -l.<'. = 42 CAMPAIGNS tN ONE girls of our community.USO .
.. A much needed facility in such a town as Jacksonville

q4NMl PERCENT OF GOAL em A home away from home for thousands of servicemen. Young men

j' '. 10) 20 30 40 50 WJPWlSOrC i : t..JL ZO and women in our Armed Forces deserve the best. The new USO
., : 0 ., :: .. : ..
Ao> : m. "i'' : : f.f:! y.wAVyy' y is located at 331 W. Forsyth. Drop by and see how they take care

AX ... 4.A.A,* W>...
r ,' ... ,, VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA Only agency in our community -
.,.t : ** ; ,.d.:, ft **'ffa'f'--MtffJf.yr.:* WVfo -
operating a combined service-Caring for the unmarried
;:: : =: 1" 8'v* }V"' y i|'"'>-'y4W mother before her baby arrives and extending to the baby after

I 'f>-* V ft" i"x birth a licensed adoptive service. Your support of this agency is

i '|M AVW.V:;*..'.. .. "" S f.-%> If justified by the happiness it brings to those it serves.
w .
Now that you have been "introduced" more properly to the

: !jF. 1 L ; ., ','w_" ,. agencies in the Community Chest-United Fund, perhaps you will

.NAS'JAX. {; find it within your heart to "give." All you need to do is pledgenow

and take a whole year, beginning in January of 1958, to payYou've .
...:. ,..'
HOW'S YOUR OUTFIT DOING? This Master Scoreboard at the corner of Mustin Road and probably never thought of the many places where

Yorktown Avenue gives the latest standings in the Jacksonville Navy portion of the Duval County your presence is felt, or of the things you have provided which

Community Chest-United Fund Drive. With the campaign nearly over, a little more than 30 per. otherwise wouldn't be there. Stop a moment and think how very,
cent of the $107,000 goal has been reached. very important you are and can be to boys and girls, to men and
women whom you may never see. to the sick. and the aged. .
add to the nearly-lost of our community. Let your conscience be

VA-176, VA-104, Fasron Six, VP-5, VA-35, VP-18 Report I your guide.

Scouting Jax Area SquadronsI

ley Field, D. F. Lay, ADI, from VP-5

The Thunderbolt Able Dogs NATTCenter, Memphis, and B. C. Several men have recently received -

will be roaring night and day for Ulrich, ATS, from Corry Field. I II I Combat Air Crewmen ,

the next few weeks with carrier I The "Hell's Archers" will again Wings. They are P. L. Bernath,

qualifications: scheduled aboard meet their rivals, "The Thunder- A02; T. C. Abbott, AT2; D. F.

the USS Intrepid in late November mugs" of VA-176 on the softball Burnett, AT3; B. R. Crowe,

field, November 13. Lcdr. Dale ADR3; J. N. Jiles, ADR3; A. L.

Qualifying 24 pilots on the pad- Klacssy, the "Archers" "Lew Kugler, AT2; R. E. Lindsley i ,

dles in near record time, day and Burdette" of the mound will face AD2; P. E. Holcombe, ATAN; T.

night work on the mirror is now Comdr. Scott Cummins, the comparable I C. Paterno, AT3; J. W. Taylor,
the order of the dpy. ,, A02; and D. O. Teasdale, AO1.
: "Bobby Shantz" of the
Congratulations to Lt (jg) : "Thundermugs." Bachelor officers of VP-5 entered -

Charlie Wood and Lt. (jg) the social limelight by
Pete Crosby on their acceptanceinto playing host: at a cocktail party r

the Regular Navy. Pete and Fasron Six given for the young ladies of

Charlie are both Navy "E" winners Fasron Six welcomes aboard Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The

and have been with the Ensign Donald Boyle from Cabi- 'II "get acquainted" party was heldat

Thunderbolts since the squadronwas niss Field Tex.; Robert Poorman, II the Skeet Club. 3;
formtd: in 1955. 'AN; Wesley Wederdkt, AD3; S e k
Newest members .-- ___:o..r : _
of VA-173 otlr: .S
Hill, AD3; Billy Short, VA35Harold
are Chief Morris Haller, Glenn AD2; Joseph Jiles, AD3; John REASON TO SMILE-Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr., (left) com-
Gardner, AN, and Thomas McQueen, AB1; James O'Connor, Hildabrand, AD2, a manding officer of NATTCenter. presents honor certificate to
veteran of nine in the
Mitchell, AA. AN, and Floyd DeGroff, ADI. I years beaming Ensign George Easter. Easter was honor student in last
reenlisted for six
e I Navy, more Aviation Ground Officers School graduating class. A Phoenix
Fasron Six extends warmest
last week. Hildabrand
years ,
VA.I04David Ariz., native, he has been transferred to Washington D.C.. where
congratulations to DeLoyd Court- who entered the service in July
Griffith, AEC, will be I he'll attend Air Intelligence and Photo Interpretation School.
ney who was discharged as an 1948, was sworn in by Cmdr. A.
awarded the Navy Unit Com-
MN3 and then enlisted in the' E. Brown, VA-35 commandingofficer. I --
mendation for meritorious serv- i, AO School Graduates Led
regular Navy for six years with .
ice in Korea while aboard the The squadron welcomedaboard
USS Essex. Good Conduct Medals the same rate. I I Among Hildabrand's duty stations one officer and three enlisted By Kirksey and

will be presented to William The following men were trans-I I have been the USS Leyte, men this week. They are I Frank Kirksey, AOAN, of

Kenney, AD2; Richard Hukka, ferred to VA-12 and VA-85, USS Brownson, VF-31, VF-32, Ensign R. E. Williams, I. R. Statesboro, Ga., and Norman

YN3; Gary Lunde, AMS3, and Donald Neumann, AN, and and NAAS Saufley Field. Lyles, AOTAN; F. W. Roden, Houck Jr., AOAN, of Honey-
John Watts, A03, at personnel Charles Gove, AN.WEEKEND. He's been with VA-35 since: AT3; and J. T. Rooks, AT3. brook, Pa., shared top honors Avia-in
last week's graduation at
December 1956.
R. L. Dockstader, AN, was
Inspection November 8 in
tion Ordnancemen School ClassA
Hangar 114."Welcome. He wears the European Oc- transfered from the squadron to
cupation, United Nations and his home in New Berline, N.Y.I I at NATTCenter.
aboard" to EnsignN. TIDE Korean ribbons, and in addition, He has leukemia, which is a dis-I Kirksey has been ordered to
B. Basch, who comes from received a Navy Unit Commen- ease of the blood. I report to North Island, Calif.,

Aviation Maintenance Officers HIGH LOW dation for duty in Korea. Just after squadron secure, while Houck will report to Point

School in Memphis. W. N. Peek, AM PM AM PM ,i Recent squadron additions per- VP-18 was alerted for a Sea-Air Mugu, Calif.

ADC, who reported aboard from"plush" sonnel-wise include: J. E. Sim- Rescue mission. LG-8
FrL 8:14 8:29 1:38 2:16 was Papa loved mama,
recruiting duty in Nashville I mons, AMC; II. W. Tucker, ADC; launched rapidly but the search Mama loved
., Tenn.; J. T. Smith, ADC, : Sat. 8:53 9:09 2:17 2:57 I I R. L. Kauffman, ADR3, and C. L. 'vas called off before it reachedthe Mama's in the graveyard, ,
from Training Command, Sauf- 3raun, AK2. search area. Papa's in the pen.

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57 7 November 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 8

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Large Class Gets DiplomasGray

Ladies ServiceLauded

, At GraduationComprising

the largest Gray Lady class ever to graduate since

ins inauguration of this volunteer Red Cross service at the Naval Hos-

ed pital, 32 women, clad in crisply starched gray uniforms, received

certificates at a ceremony last week at the 1I0spital.Twenttwo .

Gray Ladies with
He was referring to personal
iile one or more years service to
) services performed for patientsby
their credit also received ser-
Gray Ladies-writing letters,
vice bars.
edie HOSPITAL COMMANDING reading, shopping for gifts, act-
hostesses in recreationrooms
ing as
officer Capt. Benjamin N.
and performing numerous
Ahl, assisted by Mrs. Ruth
other services to free profes-
Fleshnam, chairman of the Gray
for important
sional staff more
akde Ladies, made the presentation of duties.
certificates and service bars.

_. ...,.. .. JUST HOW THESE volunteer
-- 10. .> *._.WJir.! >:&*: _.*: .awiX'; '*** .*:.* .V .>\. .coma Addressing the recipients,
GRAY LADY GRADUATES Complimented by Capt. Elliott workers aid morale was empha-
W. Parish Jr. NAS Jax Capt. Ahl said that they were all
or manding officer. on their appearance, the 32 young women comprising the recent Gray Ladies helping to fulfill hospital policyto sized in a speech by NAS com-

''AIt graduating class should have no trouble living up to the creed ...."be as charming, as good look. give patients best of medical manding officer, Capt. Elliott W.

ing as well turned out in your uniform is Parish Jr.Reminiscing.
as humanly possible. These smiling Gray Ladies are care plus a little something ex-
: ready to perform unselfish hours of volunteer work at the Naval Hospital. tra.I' on a personal convalescence -
back in 1930, Capt

Parish told of drab hospital sur-

Services Must I roundings and depressed pa-

Ii tients.

d Take Low IQs "Then a Gray Lady appearedon

the scene," he said, "and her
In a reinstatement of a rul- ,
interest and assistance bright-
ing suspended last July, De- ALL SAINTS CHAPEL II "
n ened things up for us all.
fense Department has stated Sunday, Nov. 10 "I am sure the gratificationyou
that at least twelve percent of
e 0930-Sunday School, three- ladies will get out of serving -
recruits enlisting in the services 'I
year-olds through adults, Bldg. in this very worthwhile organization -
beginning Nov. 1 must
722; Service of Worship, Chaplain will be very great
come from the lowest intelli- ;
d Osman. indeed," he said to the graduatesin
group. ,
1100-Service of Worship conclusion.
The Navy was not at all
Chaplain Reagan.1830TeenAge.
IS happy about learning of the

new group IV enlistment re- Fellowship CLASSIflED
quirement. Bldg. 722.

e 1900-United Fellowship of

I Protestants, Bldg. 722. For Rent

, Monday, Nov. 11
James Brooks Tops with Kitch Priv., to
1930-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. ... .
e AEB( ) GraduatesJames Thursday, Nov. 14 CRAFTS GOOD THERAPY Learning of simple crafts girls. EV-7-2367 after 4:30: p.m.

'1 i 1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal, like belt braiding and leatherwork occupies time and attentionof King.
Brooks AEC of Kan- 3859 Bonne
, Bldg. 722.1915All. Naval Hospital patients. Gray Ladies provide handicraft assistance 3-Rm. Furn. Apt.
N. C. grabbed top honors EV-9-1900. lIaralson.
napolis, Ave.
I I Saints' Choir Re- as part of their service. Here Marine Corpl. Augusto Park
in last week's graduatingclass 2-Bdrms. Furn. 4740 ArapahoeAve.
hearsal, Bldg. 722. Ramos (left) gets help from Gray Lady Mary Ellen Sperlich
at Aviation Electrician'sSchool EV-9-8129. Brooks.
'! ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL with Andy Devine, CS2 Herbert Brown RMC, and Mrs. Charles
Class B at NATTCenter. 3-Bdrm. House 4729 Blandtng
Sunday Nov. 10 Meyer looking on.
Brooks, who entered the Navy I Blvd. $100 Mo. EV-8-6362. Oak-
0830-1000-King Hall, Bldg.
in June 1945, has been orderedto ley.
563. (St. Edward's Chapel closed
VA-116, NAS Miramar, Calif.,, 125,000 De pendents Efficiency Apartment $8 Week
for repairs.)
for duty. I EV-8-7421. Varnedo. 2518 Her-
Daily-0630-Small Chapel.
Paul Magnuson, AEMAN, of, schel St.
Saturday, Nov. 9
Rockford, Ill., and Gary Johnson, 0800-Small Chapel.ST. Use Medica::re Plan For Sale

AEIAN, of Phoenix, Ariz., shared
More than 125,000 members oi! service families were given medi- 3-Bdrm. Use. $650. Equity. $75
honors in last week' graduationat
the Aviation Electrician's Sunday Nov. 10 cal attention by civilian hospitals;: and physicians at a cost of $19.5 Mo. 1809 Layton Rd. RA-4-7013.

0630-Catholic Mass. million in less than seven month Hse-Trlr. 1952 Conti-
School Class A. 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
A report on the De- 4413 Ortega
progress nental. EV-7-7247.
ship, Chaplain Bryant. I 000 claims from doctors amount-
after 1700.
pendents' Medical Care Program Farms Cir.
ParadesContinued Monday, Nov. 11 I ing to $8.8 million.
for the period Dec. 7, 1956, to
1930-Latter Day Saints (Mor- THE REPORT WAS made by MiscellaneousWanted

( from Page 1)) mon), Bldg. 751.Tuesday. July 1, showed that the Defense the joint Office of Dependents' : Som one to drive

Nov. 12 Department received 103,000 bills Medical Care Program at Con- new car to Houston, Tex. EL-
units and several floats will help 1900-Christian Science, Bldg. totalling over $10.7 million from gressional request. 3-3642. 0800-1700.

commemorate the November 11 751. civilian hospitals and almost 128- Wanted. Ride/car pool from
Average amount of hospital
observance, formerly named
Dev. to NAS.
Armistice Day until changed by claims was $103.60; that of the Normandy Housing Barnett
Ext-8389. -
Hrs. 0730-1600.
physicians $68.84. Under PL 569
Congress in June, 1954. ,
NAS JAX will be representedby military families generally pay .
share ride
Wanted: Wish to
the first of combined
units any expenses -
two 40-man marching
Bch. to NAS. Hrs.
;; for treatment at civilian from Neptune
from NATTCenter, one comprised -
facilities.Of .
of Navymen and the otherof Goodloe.

Marines. The Jax Navy Band the claims submitted, ap-
Lost: Box, packaged for mail-
will also be prominent, along proximately 40 per cent were for ing containing large salad bowl

with a color guard from the I Air Force dependents, 30 per cent and 4 individual salad bowls.
'Navy, 27 cent Army and
Recruiting Service. per
Oct. 28.
Placed in green on
The parade will halt at 1059, slightly, more than two per cent
contact Fudge,
Finder i Please
and at 1100 trumpeters stationedin JIIptl for Public Health Service fam- Ext. 8697.

various bands along the route ilies. Maternity cases headed the

will blow "taps" in salute to list with tonsillectomies second.IN Fund

those who gave their lives in A SAMPLING of 1,000 cases, Lags

defense of their country.All about 42 per cent of the sponsors (Continued from Page 1))

organizations will mass were separated from the patientsby

colors in a public ceremony to duty assignment. A similar slightly more than 30 per cent

be held in Hemming Park at month-to-month survey among of the goal.REPORTS.

1145. families participating in the pro- MAKE the follow-

SPEAKER AT the ceremony gram disclosed that the only ing breakdown for participating,

will be U. S. Rep. Charles E. criticisms concern the lack of reporting units: ComFair Jsx,

Bennett, who will be accom- provision for dental and out- 10%; Naval Hospital, 30.48%;

panied on the platform by special __ .--.----- .wmv""wN.n.'vm.w.'n"nH__ patient care in the plan.A FAW-11, 62.60%; NAAS May-

guest RADM. William EARNS UNIT COMMENDATION Wayne Daniels AGlT I port, 41.08%; NAS Cecil, 10.22%;

Schoech, Deputy Chief, Bureauof (left) receives Navy Unit Commendation from Capt. S. J. Lawrence fuel-air combustion starter NAS Jax, 40.54%, and NATT-

Aeronautics, Washington, D.C. Commander Fleet Air Wing 11. in a ceremony last week. for jet planes, developing 30 hp, Center, 32.26%.
Daniels earned the award while serving aboard the USS Sicilyin can crank an engine up to start- NARTU and Assistant Indus-
The fuel carried by a modernjet
1950-51 while in Korean waters. He assisted in preparing ing speed in three and one-half trial Managers Office figures i
weighs more than a
fully loaded WWII B-17 bomber. weather briefings for the ship's operations against enemy forces. seconds. were not available at press time.



7 November 1957
.. .- -

Basketball Oueen Stovall Using

Prelims 'Wait And See'

With InauguralDespite

expected ten to fifteen beauties will parade at Main-

side Gym tomorrow, Nov. 8, at 1200, as initial juding in selecting Increased tempo in
a 1957-58 Jax Navy Flier Basketball Queen and Court daily practice sessions, a start-
takes place.In ing lineup still has not been

addition to attractivenesstalent decided on for the Jax Navy

and poise will play a Air News for popular voting. Fliers when they pry the lid off

large role in determining Her HER MAJESTY'S identity will the local basketball season

Majesty. remain anonymous until halftime : ;> against Green Cove Springs Nov.

DISPLAYS OF talent will be ceremonies at the Flier's 20 at Mainside Gym.
November 20 opening game. Coach Herb Stovall, in his first
expressed by singing, baton
The Queen and Her Princesses year at the Flier reins, prefers to
reciting and a host of
other will receive sweaters with 4 wait until the last minute before
pleasing exhibitions.Four .
the traditional Navy "N" adorn- stating who'll be on the firing

from finalists will be chosen ing them, and individual certificates ,'- ...... "- line when the first whistle is

tures Friday's of the noon judging.will PIC- identifying each as to title, VET PLAYERS NEW COACH Mulling over the 1957.58 tooted.

in the Nov. 14 quartet edition of the appear Jax will be presented by the com- Jax Navy Flier basketball schedule, coach Herb' Stovall, (second Spearheading sessions lately
manding officer of 1 lAS Jax, from left) lakes a moment out from recent practice session to have been veteran returnees Jim

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. chat with veteran players Ernie Stewart (left) Dave Smith and Good, Ernie Stewart and Dave

AvFund Bowlers Interested applicants should Jim Good. Stovall, in hit first year at the Flier helm, is givingthe Smith, remnants of last year's

contact athletic director Stanley boys tips on the type of play needed to successfully defend championship club.

Drop Two GamesFor Sommers at NAS Jax Special the 6ND crown. Jax Navy opens at home Nov. 20 with Green Some newcomers who are

the first time in two Services, extension 512. Cove Navy. shaping up well include Tom

years, Aviation Fundamentals Doyle, Brian H us s e y, Dick .

keglers lost two points in the Fall Cup Golf Mathews and Charlie Parker-
NATTCenter intramural house.
league. JAX AIR Among the more notable opponents -

Two weeks ago, the Ordnancemen SPORTS Matches BeginFall Jax Navy will run up
against this year are the Soutn-
of AO took a game from I. NEWSVPI6 I Cup Golf matches got underway eastern AAU champion Gibbs
them, and last week the missile- last Saturday at the
| Vikings; U. of Florida Froth
men of NAWS took a pair. NAS Jax links with 64 entries I ;
Florida Southern College Pensa-
M/Sgt. Burner hoping to capture the coveted
took the high -I cola Navy; Parris Island, and
average from team mate M/Sgt.. crown. Jacksonville University.The .

"Red" Greenwood, with a 165. No. Two Squad Dave Bruce turned in a one- Fliers open the tatter's

STANDINGS undcr-par 71 for one of the best 1957-58 season (and first as a

AvPund .. ... ................ 25 :3 tallies to date.Competitors.
NavAIr reaps ................. 19 i I full-fledged university) by, pro-
AE School.......................18 ID have until tomor viding opposition for the Dolphins -
SupSpltnU ...................... 14 14 Deals falcons Big Sting row to complete the first of four Nov. 29 during JUs homecoming -
+ AO School... ...... ...... 13 15 rounds of play. celebration.
MarAvDet ...... ....... 12 18 I
AK School .. ....... 8 22 I VP-16 No. Two determinedly carved out a 6-2 triumphover Jerry Foley and M. 1. Wat-

AGO School........... ........ $ 23 unbeaten Fasron Six in a heated defensive battle last... kins are finalists in the Cecil
HI Gangs DeVito, MAD 252 Field annual station champion Patrol Units
week to throw the Mainside Touch Football League race into I
HI Sariea, DeVito, MAD, 588 I a four-way dither. I ship. All other matches must be i

completed before Sunday. NAS
Mittmen Repulse I VP-16's No. Two squad, by virtue I Pacing
pulled a Fasron pass out of the
of its victory, went to within I

Wilder AC Meet half-a-game of the knotted quar- own blue goal-line.but was nailed behind his I VFP-62 (A) Cops Keg LoopsVP18

Palm Beach NextThe tet, composed of Fasron Six, VW4 NAS Golf Toga long-time leader of the

FAWTU and defending cham- M a ins ide American Bowling
Jax Navy boxing team VP-18. Nimrods, Oil VFP-62 TA) ended play in the League, defeated the Waves, 3-1,
met Wilder AC in an eightfightcard Fall Mainside Intramural Golf 1 i i then lost to fourth-place VW-4
I VP-18 ROMPED over VAP-62, Your Gun League sporting first place hon
last Wednesday in prepara- No. 2 by the same score in action
tion for its first match of the 18-0, while VW-4 battered VA- The statewide hunting season ors, nosing out spring titleholder last week.
on native game and birds NARTU.
year against West Palm Beach 172, 13-0, then survived a scare Second place ComFairJac lost
AFB, Nov. 14. by squeezing out a 2-0 win over opens Nov. 16. Migratory Third place was shared by; to O & R, 3-1, and FAW-11

Two knockouts were recorded VP-16 No. One. waterfowl hunting season on i FAETU and VFP-62 "B", while blanked VA-176 "E" to tie O & R
geese, duck and coots, opens Hospital held down number four
during the I for third place honors. VW-4 No.
action I
one by Bill In another tilt last week, NAR- November 28. .
Liles, Jax 'i I position. 2 shut out VW-4 No. 4.
Navy, over Thomas TU pounded out a 19-6 verdict
The state and fish
Smith in 1:46: of the third round. over Fasron 109. I' game VW-4 No.1 and VP-18 settled I Fasron Six lost, 3-1, to the
commission reminded hunters
Lilies was fighting in the first I for fifth place honors. Shutterbugs; Dispensary turnedin
VP-16 NO. TWO tallied its
that the first phase of the dove
fight of his career. a 3-1 win over VFP-62 "B"
touchdown in the third quarter season closed Nov. 1, to reopen -
while NARTU shut
Lawrence Howard, hard-hit- when quarterback John Saffer I November 28. Daffynishun: An SP a talent was out by
VA-172. VW-4 No. 4 beat VFP-
ting airman from VF-43, stopped flipped to end Bart Williams who I scout for the brig.
William Hankerson in 62 "B", 3-1.
42 secondsof
the third round raced over from the five-yard VP-16, out front in National
after a seriesof
stripe on a play that covered
shut third
league competition out
body punches
a hard right
to the jaw. Howard weighed in thirty yeards. JO place VW-4 No. 1 and suffered a
at 165. Fasron Six's two points came : -' 3-1 defeat from fourth place

In when the winners Bob Gasperini Fasron 109. Fasron 109 later beat
other action, William :
VFP-62 "A", 3-1.
Dental in second with
; Wilson Standings through Nov. 1.
26 wins and 10 losses, blankedthe
Wilder, decisioned Keith Hol- Team W L 1'
Fasron Six 8 1 1 Turboturks; the Turboturksthen
man; William Myrick, Wilder
VW-4 6 1 1 suffered the
fate in
decisioned E d war d VP-18 8 1 1 same
Sampler; FAWTU 8 1 1 in the hands of fifth place, VFP-
Billy Martin, Jax Navy deci- 2 5
sioned Cal VA 172ND' 3 4 0 0NARTU 62 "A".
Galloway; Joe Daigle, 3
Jax Navy decisioned John Thomas 3 4 1 In other games, Communications -

and Willie Cannon, Wilder-, VP-1S Fasron No.109 1 0 1 7 tI 0 0 lost, 3-1, to VA-173 "O";

won a split decision over Ralph VAP-62 0 8 0 a t Communications whiped Supply
Mizcll. 3-1, and VA-176 "O" beat Op-

Marines, Gunnies erations by the same score.

Rule T-Ball LoopSecond BC-BS Payments Due
Flier Cage Card
round play in the Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy

For Nov.Dec.Nov. NATTCenter Touch Football members are reminded that

League got underway Monday, payments are due Nov. 12-13.
20 Green Cove Navy .. Home
Nov. 21 Fairchild I Aircraft I :: Home and the two leading teams rolled
Nov. 23 Patrick AFB .... Away The sailor waited on the corner -
their in
Nov. 26 Glbbs Vikings .... Home over opponents sparkling Along came a
Nov. 28 Hunter AFB. Home fashion. gorgeous
Nov. 29 Jacksonville U. Away 1I creature in a convertible.
Nov.Dec.: 30 2 Univ.Ft fd1a.SIM.(B)) ... Home Away Marine Aviation Detachment I JOURNEY'S END Lawrence "Smiley" Howard, slugging "Hop in, sailor," said our gor-

Dec. 6 Eglln AFB .. .... .. ...Home crushed the Miss i i II erne n of I 165-pounder of the Jax Navy varsity boxing team, stands poised geous gal, "and we'll go home
Dec.Dec.: 12 0 Fort Green Cordon Cove Navy PMGC Home Away NAWS, 45-0, while the Ordnancemen over his fallen opponent William Hankerson of the Wilder AC and have a few drinks."*

All Dec.Home 13 Gibbs Vikings 2000 Home At of AO kept pace with a 26-6 in a fight held as part of a boxing smoker last Wednesday at Moral: If you stick around long

GrmeidStar victory over the Sparkles of AE I King HalL Hankerson remained down for the full count after enough, some woman will come

School. receiving a flurry of body punches and a hard right to the Jaw. along and drive you to drink.