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VOL. 15 No. 34 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 27 November, 1957

- ___ ___ ___u________ uuu __ __ ______ __ __ __u t u----------: : Navy personnel will
celebrate Thanksgiving with
traditional services tomorrow.
There'll be a service at All
Saint's Chapel at 1000, with
Roman Cat h o 1 ic personnel:
holding mass in the Littlo
;: '4 Chapel at 0800.
'q i
\ 11
\' s { The annual service to be held
in All Saints' Chapel will be a
union service with all Protestant
Chaplains assisting. Special parts
will be led by commanding officers
of NAS Jax based units.

REAR ADM. Wendell G. Swit-
zer, ComFairJax, will read the
Thanksgiving proclamation and
Capt. Norman O. Anderson, NAR-
TU commanding officer, will
lead in the Thanksgiving Prayer.

The Responsive Reading will
; J ; be led by Capt. Elliott W. ParishJr.
., NAS Jax commanding officer
and the Thanksgiving Litany
will be led by Comdr. WilfredE.
I! Fleshman, NATTCenter exe-
: cutive officer.

{,. '., THE OLD Testament Scrip
t r4 4 $ ture will be read by Capt. T. E.
White, Chief of Staff, FAW-11
+ ,pi'C i and Capt. Benjamin N. Ahl, Naval
Hospital commanding officer,
,will read the New Testament

Chaplain Frank Morton, NATT
Center senior, Chaplain, will
l( ..5
bring the Thanksgiving message.
This service is open to all.
Chaplain Francis Burke will
,;% hold mass at 0800 in the Little
)" Chapel.

Get Christmas

r .(
& Parcels, CardsIn

\ I LA & : Mail EarlyOnly

/ 26 more mailing days to
: Christmas-and that's cutting it
t : finel!
Good intentions of "getting
packages mailed early next year"are
always made after someone
has had to stand in line for 15-20
0. Ye minutes at busy post office facil

ELEVEN of the twelve
!4 months have passed, however,
we find ourselves back in the
waiting line again, simply because -
we didn't mail Christmas
'Pi 4s packages early.If .
you've got your gifts wrap-
ped and ready to mail, why not
mail them now?

An important point to remem-
ber is that post office staffs will
have more time and space to
handle your package with the
3 care you intended by mailing

-..--- -....... Masters of the NAS Jax post office -
TWO TON TURKEY FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER Combining efforts to edge an imaginary 4,000. Christmas gives the following tips for

pound turkey toward Mainside Galley One Cooking pots, (left to right) Leroy Stephens, CS2; John General, Mail early.mailing Be :sure addressesof
CS2; and Dom Marckesse, CS2, symbolize the immense task ahead for galley personnel in preparation of both addressee and sender are
food for tomorrow's traditional dinner. More than 5,000 persons are expected to sit down at Thanksgivingmeals clearly shown on package. Use

at Mainside, NATTCenter and Naval Hospital mess halls. (Please turn io Page 3. coL 1)r )


Page I JAX AIR NEWS 27 November. 1957

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Published every Thundny for Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
Station. JtckionvUIe, Via.
WAS, Jacksonville
Capt Elliott W. Pariah Jr. ,?.....-..............__....__._....._. .. Commanding Officer
Comdr Robert Ii. Smith -. .........."....... Executive Officer
ru.stAlt Jacluonvill.

Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ............................. ........,i................ ......... Commander
Capt. S. S. Scare/, Jr. ................................................?..............._??.......?...... Chief of Staff
_. Fleet Air Wing ElTa
Cat E.WhitIeLawrence ............................n......................M..........._............ Commander
Capt. T. ................................. .......................... Chief of Staff s
Naval Air Technical Training Center
Capt. Moore Jr .. .,
Comdr. necr E. Jleshman" M:::::::7'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::?M...:.:..:..'Commanding,.. Executive Officer Officer
Naval HotpUal
Capt. Benjamin N. AM .......................................................... .... Commanding Officer .
Capt. Marcy Shupp ........_.........??........................................?...?...?......... Executive Officer :

Capt. Norman O. Anderson ..............NAHTX7......................................... .. Commanding Officer _
Comdr William E. Hardy ............-..........................................??........ Executive Officer Ls t

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Florida : _
at no expense to the government and In compliance laCklonv1lle6 S P-35
Rev. Nov. 1945. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S.
Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer..........._.,.........Lcdr. J. F. Klrklighter, Jr.
Managing Editor Andrew H. Planey
Assistant Editor Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporter Jack Holmes. PHl;
Lynn Weldman. JO3; John Igbell. JOSN; Ben Sylar, SN; Phyllis Fletcher;
Photographer-Jim Moore PH3.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit U J ;
given Photograph, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy photo- h.
Editorial offices located in Room 230 Main Administration Building.
Phone extensions 8164 8348. 272 or 2UI.IDID .

Wave Is Honor StudentWave

Eileen Boughton, AA, of .,

Lone Rock, Wisc., was the honor

Thursday Nov. 28 student in last week's graduationat .. _'_ n. .. _

Mainside-Curse of Franken- Aviation Fundamentals Schoolat NEW JAX NAVY CHEERLEADERS-Wearing sweaters given them by Special Services as

stein (color horror) with Peter NATTCenter.. cheerleaders for the Jax Navy Fliers, winner of the recent queen contest and her court go into
Cushing and Hazel Court. Also, Boughton, who entered the action for Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.. NAS Jax commanding officer, who attended the Fliers
Tales of the Black Forest. Navy in July of this year, has opening game Nov. 20 and threw out the first ball. Left to right are, Daria Davis Sally Stovall, I
been transferred to Air Control- Capt. Parish Queen Dee Hopkins and Ellen Becker. In rear are men who acted as escorts for the
NATTCenter-Three Faces of queen and court (left to right) M/Sgt. James Coleman. USA Sgt. Francis DuFord. USMC: George
Eve. man School at Olathe, Kan. Hendrix. A/lc. USAF and Kenneth Bayne. AN. USN.

Hospital-Carnival Rock.
Two Tons of 'Bird'Mess

Mainside Friday-Man the 29 Shadow SpecialFilm On EpilepsyTo

Halls In Midst
(melodrama) with Orson Welles

and Jeff Chandler. Plus, Mr. Be Shown Dec. 5

Black NA'ITCenter-Curse Magic. of Frank- Naval Hospital Jacksonville the problem 0 f epilepsy Inhuman i Of Holiday PreparingOver

enstein. announces,a special free show- terms, deftly substi-

Hospital-Three Faces of Eve. ing of a 30-minute color film, tuting fact for superstition. five thousand hungry diners will be fed at NAS

Saturday, NOT. 30"" The Dark Wave," at 1600, SOCIAL AND emotional Jacksonville mess halls during the traditional Thanksgivingdinner

Mainside Stop Over Tokyo December 4, at the Hospital problems experienced by the .tomorrow _(Thursday)..

(color oriental drama) with Lau- auditorium.THE epilepsy patient and his familyare Mainside Galley 1 expects 10 to be prepared by busy Galley 1
FILM which is about take care of 2,500 service per-
rice Grindell and Joan Collins. also seen in this engross- and 3 personnel will be:
Also, Punts) and Stunts. epilepsy, was produced b y ing film. sonnel and their authorized
20th Century-Fox and guests, while NATTCenter Galley Five hundred and seventy-five
NATTCenter-Man in the Shadow pre- Lt. Sheldon Kamin, Hospital
sented as a gracious gift to pediatrician, will conduct a 3 expects a capacity attendanceof Ibs Shrimp Cocktail, 145 gallons
Hospital Curse of 2,300 persons. Tomato Soup, 910 Ibs. Baked
Franken- the United Epilepsy Associa- brief
answer -
period Ham
w/Glazed Brown Sugar
stein. tion for showing to all interested following the half hour Food service hours will be 1100 .

Kiddie Matinee-Check Plan of in learning more abouta showing.Dr. to 1300. Topping, 800 Ibs. ,Sausage Dress-

the Day. disease that afflicts 1,500,000 Kamin is noted for his THE NAVAL Hopital will ing, 100 gallons Giblet Gravy,

Sunday, Dec. 1 Americans. fine service to many Navy serve an estimated 300 patients, 370 Ibs. Cranberry Sauce, 950 Ibs.

Mainside-The Girl Most Like- With a skilled cast headedby families who bring their chil- guests and personnel. Food serv- Baked Green Beans w/Tomato

ly (color musical) with Jane Charles Bickford and Cor- dren to the Seizure Clinic l i ice will be from 1145 to 1300. Sauce, 1300 Ibs. Mashed Cream

Powell, Keith Andres and Cliff nell Borchers, the film handlesmmm.m held monthly at the hospital. Many plump turkeys will go Potatoes and 380 lbs. Sauteed
Robertson. Also, Queen's Beauty. Carrots.
toward the 3,800 Ibs., of "bird"considered
NATTCenter-Stop Over Tok
I A private's pay was a little necessary to feed ALSO GARDEN Salad Bar,

yo.Hospital-Man in the Shadow. over six dollars a month when Mainside and NATTCenter din 9400 Cloverleaf 11 0 tRolls, 130
the U. S. Army was founded in i Ibs. Sweet Mixed Pickles, 950 lbs.

Monday, Dec. 2 (The Jax Air News is prohib-I 1775. ers.Other estimated food amounts Mixed Nuts, 130 Ibs. Ripe Olives,
Mainside The
Long Haul
ited by Defense Department regulations -_.- ....---- -- --- 4800 Ice Cream CUDS. 750 lbs.
(drama) with Victor Mature and
from listing commercial Hard Candy, 380 gallons Fresh
Diana Dors. Also Miner's
advertising. Ads in this 'column 4 Milk and 580 Pumpkin Chiffon

ter.NATTCenter are limited to housing for rent ? The Girl Most
and sale, rooms, lost and found I .
Likely. items and miscellaneous. No ads
Hospital-Stop Over Tokyo. 1 y i After-dinner accessories account -
are taken by phone-all must be
Tuesday Dec. 3 submitted !I for 4800 packs of cigar-
personally or by mail.
Mainside The Quiet Man The Jax Air News reserves the :' n : rettes, 2800 cigars, and 140 gallons

(color comedy drama) with John right to edit all ads.) y tiyyj L f of coffee.

Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. For. Sale 45 I Naval Hospital food require-

(One showing, 1900 only). 3-Bedroom Home. Arlington. j1lt ments will be or> a smaller scale.

NATI'Center-The Long Haul. Manor. 4%% Mtge. $62.97 Mo They are:
Hospital-The Girl Most Like
RA-4-3311. Porter or Yordan-Ext. FIFTEEN pounds of Shrimp,
ly. 8131. I 300 Ibs. Turkey w/Cornbread

(Mainside and NATTCenter Miscellaneous AVlll AID WERPOnS51STEffiS dressing, 50 Ibs. Filet Mignon

movie daily, 1800 and 2000. Saturday Wanted: Two riders to share w/Mushroom gravy, 24 Ibs. Cran-

Sunday and holidays, expenses and driving. Ultimate SCHOOL berry relish, 100 lbs. Sweet po-

1400, 1800 and 2000. Hospital destination Providence, R. L Con. tatoes, 100 Ibs. Irish potatoes, 25
movie daily, 1900.) tact Aldo Rossetto at NAS Discipline wll a Cuff t'WIl au!:) i :t lrt .'r, lbs Fresh peas, 25 'ibs. Carrots,
Office. ext-644.
15 lbs. Butter, 30 Ibs. Pumpkinfor
Wanted: Two persons share t
pies, 20 Ibs. Mincemeat for
C & SS ClosedThe ride
driving and expenses on car I
pies, 40 Ibs. lettuce, 40 Ibs. toma-
NAS Jax Clothing and trip to Pittsburgh, Pa. Leaving I), r 8 I 5'" o. ;rsv toes.

Small Stores issue room in Jax 12-19-57. Ret. 12-30-57. EV-
Ten gallons of Ice Cream, 75
7-1940. Stofko. .
Building 930, will be closed
. lbs. Mixed Nuts, 25 gallons Milk,

for inventory Nov. 26 through When it comes to knowledge of "'- 6 gallons Coffee, 4 gallons of Tea,
Nov. 30. The NATTCenter FIRST ORIENTATION GRADS Pictured above is the first and 30 Ibs. of after-dinner mints
and Small our family tree, some of us are graduating class of the newly inaugurated Naval Air Weapons
Clothing Stores will stumped. Orientation Course Class O, at NATTCenter. Left to right are will supplement the main fare.

be closed beginning at 1200 Comdr. Lawrence Heron Training Officer Ensign Jerry Hesley, I Ticket sales for Thanksgiving
Nov. 25 through Nov. 30. Ensign Brooks Taylor, Ensign Edward Nugent. First Lt. J. J. dinner
Speaking of stumbling blocks Thacker guests were scheduled
Ensign Richard
Clark, Ensign Thomas Waldron and
Both issue
rooms will reopen have you looked under your hat Ensign Donald Billings. Graduates will be assigned'throughout I close today at NAS and NATT-
around Dec. 2.
lately? the Navy to supervise maintenance and employment of missiles Center mess halls after the noon-
and armament control systems. day meal.

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27 November 1957 JAX AIR NEWS page S

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2 4

-- LOCAL CHAPLAINS IN 182 YEAR-OLD CORPS The eight chaplains serving aboard
I NAS Jax are shown in these photos. The upper left picture_* shows NATTCenter chaplains.
Toastmasters They are (left to right) Lt. Earnest Reagan Lt. Roger McClone. Comdr. Frank Morton. Lt. Joe
Navy ; shown in the right photo. They are
Davis and Lt. Willard Bartlett Jr. NAS chaplains are upper
I Lt. Robert Osman. (left) shown conferring with Capt. Francis Burke, NAS senior chaplain. Lower

Lose Monopoly On I ,a k photo is Lcdr. Wylie Bryant, chaplain at the Naval Hospital.

Fur-Lined Gavel } Growth Of Chaplain Corps

Although the Navy gave up]

the Fur-Lined Gavel for the firs: I "
Parallels Navy's Expansion
time in the last four attempts, i it! ;

still can lay ,a bit of a claim to<

John Brigg's victory in the Toast The Chaplain Corps-com- and a sermon be preached on Celm staff.

masters' Area Speech Contest !I.i prised of men who share Sunday, unless bad weather 01 Lt. Osman, native of Chester,

held last Tuesday at the Independent hardships and rewards that extraodinary accidents preventedthis. Pa., entered the Navy in 1952
Auditorium. Tfty come to other Naval person- and was stationed aboard the
nel while serving at sea, Sea before coming to
Bali'h Harvard
Briggs, a Downtown Toastmasters The Rev. Benjamin ,
.. ashore, at home in foreign Jax in July 1956. lie is a grad-
Club representative wh< i. i/: Q graduate, Congregational
bested six other Toastmaster ',;. :.: !. : lands, in peace and in war- minister and son of a former uate of Bob Jones U. and Princeton

clubs representatives, is local at ftt.: .,'. .' celebrates its 182nd Anniver- chaplain in the British Navy, began Theological Seminary.

torney, and a Commander in the< sary this month. I his tour as chaplain aboard Comdr. Morton was graduatedfrom

Naval Air Reserve. Thus, as i a ; : ; Chaplains had their entry into the the frigate Boston on Oct. 28, Thiel College, Greenville,
: .. at approximately the same
"'We kend Warrior," he could ..y .iR Navy made its into 1778, and is recorded as the first Pa., and Lutheran Theological
time the Navy
qualify as "being Navy." known chaplain to serve in the Seminary, Gettysburg, Pa., and
More than 3,000 jeweled bear- the U. S. military program. Continental Navy. has studied at Harvard U.
THE FUR-LINED Gavel is em instruments THE SECOND article of the
delicate -
ings are used in the Balch had two sons serving to NATT-
LT. McCLONE came
blamatic in 28
of supremacy Toast bomber. Navy regulation adopted Nov. ,
of a jet aboard the ship as enlisted men center from the Randolph (CVA15. -
masters circles in Jax and up;] 1775, proclaimed that commanders :
One of these, William, was the .) lie was born at Deer Creek,
until Briggs' victory, was won bj; transatlantic flightwas of ships were to take care
The first receivea
first chaplain known to from
Wise., and was graduated
a Navy affiliated club in thre that divine services were per-
made May 8, 1911, by a
Navy commission after the pre Mt. Cal-
St. Lawrence College,
straight previous contests.Lt. formed twice a day aboard ships
Navy NC4.A01 sent Navy Department was established vary, Wise., and St. Paul Seminary .
(jg) Gene Guazzo, of VW-4, in 1798.
Paul Minn.Lt.
( St.
Jax Navy Officers Toastmasters, .ii+" "": : :. .'. Ia BY 1945. more than 3,300 chaplains
"W : : : < native
'Wt"f : Davis Willis Texas ,
did not defend his title. { / ...:;::::;..} ;,. ;:: ; .y:. ::< .: / had served in the Navy is a graduate of Baylor and

LARRY McCLEOD AD C of "+" .* since the founding of the Corps,, Southwestern Baptist Theological

NATTCenter, a member of Mar p.a Nov. 28, 1775.Chaplains Seminary. He was with Destroyer -

Navy-Easy 7 Toastmasters, captured -; served in the Bar- Squadron 20 before comingto

second place in last Tues bary War, War of 1812, cruised NATTCenter.Lt. .

day's contest. Comdr. Clancy; with the Vincennes around the Reagan, was graduatedfrom
Rich, of NATTCenter, membe; world in 1829 and 1830, sailed on the U. of North Carolina

of Jax Navy Officers Toastmasters exploring expeditions.i Also and Duke Divinity School. A native -

and Rod Pinney, representing : I ,, served with Perry in Japan and of Weavervillc, N. C., he was

Navy Civilian Toastmasters, i1 served in both the Union Navy last stationed with Destroyer Escort -
were among the contestants. di. and Navy of the Confederacy Squadron Eight before com-
during the War between the
Others were Frank Hoffman, ing to NATTCenter.
States.In I Lt. Bartlett, Minneapolis, Minn.,
Joe O'Connor
Telephone ,
; Charles Henry
1888, the Rev. attended the Merchant
State Farm, and James Shirley, Parks became the first Roman ,
Colorado Col-
NAS Cecil Field. Catholic priest to become 3.
and Pacific School of Religion -
Each club representative i is: chaplain in the Navy. The Spanish Berkeley, Calif.

chosen via competition within American War and WW1 introduced Lcdr. Bryant is a graduate of

respective clubs. t more chaplains repre- Bethel College, and Cumberland
senting many faiths to the Naval Presbyterian Theological Seminary -

Mail -- ---- service. Milan Tennessee
Early A native of -
AOl (AP-James) Ray. AOl
During more
AP Test (AP), who recently reported to the and he has served more than 14
(Continued from Page 1)) ( ) O&R Department at NAS Jaxas chaplains served Navy years with the Navy and came to
a test pilot, is shown as he Marine Corps. the NAS' Naval Hospital from
zone number, if known. Checks prepares to take up a helicopter. FROM WWII to present, the duty aboard the USS DesMoines.
Adequately pack contents ol Pilot Ray is one of the few first Chaplains Corps has grown with

package, state if contents perish O&RA class the enlisted Navy and pilots is the remainingin senior the Navy. Chaplains saw combat
able or fragile. Into man holding that rate. He is action in Korea both ashore and Navy TV Show

Insure your parcels. Register recent "check-in" at NAS qualified in single multiengine afloat. Whenever the fleet has
first class valuables. Jax was James Ray, one of the land and sea craft. helicopters mobilized in troubled areas, the Is/ PostponedAn

CHRISTMAS cards sent bj few remaining AO1 (APs in the and instrument flying. chaplains; have been ready and unavoidable last-minute

first class mail will be forwardedor Navy and senior man serving in Georgia, Athens. with the men.Chaplains change in scheduling has forced
returned if not deliverable as that rate. serving at NAS Jax- postponement of the "Across
addressed. His career began Sept. 1, 1939, However, the Navy's fli glit based commands included Comdr. the Quarterdeck" TV show

Labels will be supplied for when he joined the Navy at St. program was nothing new to Frank Morton, Lt. Roger Mc- slated tonight at 1900 via
bundle-mailers. These will dis- Ray. He received his commercial Lt. Joe Davis Lt. Earnest
Louis, Mo. Ray was at Pearl Harbor Clone, WFGATV.The .
tinguish local mail from out-of- when the Japanese attacked I I pilot license in 1937. Regan, and Lt. Willard BartlettJr. local Navy show, which

town mail, and should be sep- when WWII was over, he I Presently assigned to NAS Jax ., all at NATTCenter; Capt.I was to have featured NAS
arated accordingly. Face lettersall and Barbers Point, only five O&R Dept., he comes here from Francis Burke and Lt. Robert Jacksonville, will be shown
was at Prior to that, he spent
one way. miles from his duty sta- Guam. Dsman' at NAS; and Lcdr. Wylie Dec. 11 at 1900. A special por-
Mail early and with care. tion when away it all started. I four years at O&R Pensacola, Bryant Naval Hospital. tion, featuring preparation of

School where he received a commendation CAPT. BURKE. Senior chaplain the traditional Navy Thanksgiving
Orville Wright opened the first lie attended other Flight schools) at from Rear Admiral D. Harris is a native of Ireland. Hes dinner, however, will

Wright Flying School at Mont- (among many Normal, Natchi-I which cites Ray for having a graduate of St. Francis Seminary be telecast this afternoon at

gomery, Ala., in March, 1910, on Louisiana State Arkansas Tech, Rus- achieved 1,000 accident free test Loretto, Pa., and came to 1315.T .
the site which later became Max- toches, La.; I I in Oct. 1956 from Cin-
of VAS
well Field. sellville, Ark.; and at the U. of flights in a single tour duty.

JAX AIR NEWS 27 November, 1957


Mittmen Score VP-16 No. 2 Rides

Victory Over u i1.

a "{ Strong Legs, ArmOfSaffertoTitle

Raiford SquadThe d

Jax Navy boxing team Versatile quarterback John

traveled to Raiford State Prison Saffer ran and passed VP-16 No.

last Saturday where a card of six 2 to the Mainside intramural

bouts was held. touch football championship last

In the first match, an out- week with a thrill-jammed 7-6

classed Ernie Johnson 0 f J a x victory over VW4.
Navy was floored for the ten
I VW-4 scored first when quar-
count in 1:24: of the
first round t.
terback Carl Hill tossed a thirty
by Charlie Bachlor, fighting in yard pass to Bob Bennette in the
137-pound class.Lawrence .
: end zone for a 6-0 lead. The extra -
Howard of Jax Navy point attempt failed.
followed with a split decision
Three minutes later, "Sixteen"retaliated
over George Thomas, fighting at r when Saffer crashed
155 pounds. Thomas, who has r
over from the five.
fought professionally, has had
bouts with such luminaries After three straight extra point
Chico Vejar and Bobbie Dykes. plays were called back resulting

Nick Nankowski of Raiford de- from penalties, Saffer took to the
cisioned Joe air. lie hit Bob Naab in,, the end
Daigle of Navy i in
another 155-pound contest. : 4 zone for the extra point, and the
Mainside football
q: 4J crpwn.
losing two of the first A
three bouts, Navy boxers took ..on___noon ___________nn Mainside champion VP-16 No.
command and followed : MAINSIDE GRID PLAYOFF ACTION Looking for key block is VW-4 Terry Zackowski, 2 will meet NATTCenter titlist
three with (right) as he sweeps around left end for short gain during early stages of the VW-4-FAWTU touch MAD next week for the Station
straight wins. football playoff game last week at the Stadium. The 'Cane Hunters squeezed past FA WTU. 6-0,
Ralph Mizell, light-heavy- only to be upended by VP-16 No. Two, 76. Man on left in photo is Mike Dillon of FAWTU. championship.
weight, knocked out Leroy Mc- Carl Hill (6)), Tony Lighlenfeler official Jack Piva, and Roger Biedler (behind Zackowski) are
Cray in 1:13 of the second round. others in on the
VP-18 Vaults
Young Ron
"Doc" Gann in another light- AvFund I Keg Squad

heavyweight bout. : ?action.SPORTS ToTopInNAS
Nears Center TitleThe
In the feature bout, slugging .' ;
Billy Martin of Jax Navy won by f r keglers of Aviation Funda- Keg PlayOffAmerican
a TKO in 1:43 of the third round ( { : mentals won four games in the

over a .stubborn Bill Gojopski. i : NATTCenter intramural bowling League-leader VP-
I ,
b : '
A n estimated 1,800 persons -., :: : 1 ; lt\ ;"' ", .. league last week to take a com- 18 has chalked up 11 wins and a "

were on hand to witness the fortable seven game lead. single loss to pace the Mainside

bouts, held in an outdoor ring. M/Sgt. Steve Mayer of MAD, Intramural bowling "roll-off."

Jax Navy Quint Brewing with a 165 average, is pressing VW-4 No.1 and VW-4 No. 2

Varsity Spikers M/Sgt. John Burner, of AvFund, are dead-locked for number two
168, for the individual top spot. with 8-4 mark.
position an
Humble FSU Upset Broth For Jax U. Corpl. John DeVito's 252 remains In last weeks play VP-18 turned -

I The Jax Navy varsity volley- as tops for high game, and in three big wins, felling O&R
his 588 remains
ball team humiliated NCAA high series. and VFP-62, 4-0, and Dental,
The Jax Fliers face
champion Florida State Navy a sure-to-be fired-up Jackson-
Univer- ville University Friday night at 2000 at Swisher 31.VW4
sity last week at Tallahassee. gym as the Fliers' No. 2 upset National
Jax Green Dolphins uncap their initial basketball season as a Weekly
dropped FSU, who League-leader VP-16, 4-0, then
won the National Volleyball -: university w Home ScheduleThe defeated Fasron 109, 3-1. VW-4

championship last year, five con- JU, which attained four-year last Saturday, the Fliers journeyed Jax Navy Fliers, sporting No. 1 won over ComFairJax, 3-1;

secutive times. The scores were status just this year, will be out to Cocoa to play Patrick a 1-2 record, appear on ComFairJax took another beat-

impressive for the varsity to impress an expected large AFB, and were handed their the local scene three times in ing from Fasron Six, 3-1.

spikers in all five victories. Homecoming crowd. second setback, a 61-54 defeat. the coming week, making two In other bouts, Dental tied

" THE DOLPHINS have what it After less than ten minutes, stands at Mainside gym. Fasron 109, and VFP-62 shut out

Sport Shorts Jax Navy built up a 10 point The locals travel to Arlington ComFairJax while Fasron Six
takes to do it, with six returning
lost 3-1 to VP16.
Bill lead, but by half-time the Rock to provide opposition for ,
Strunk truckmaster at the ettermen and a host of high
Roll-off standings as of OcL 25.
ets it Jacksonville
cut to 29-28. Patrick, led University Friday
Army Ordnance Depot, Oppama, school standouts such as 6'7" VP-II II 1VW4N0.2
6'7" Carl night in the Dolphins' opening
by Ethridge's 20 points .
Japan VW-4 Ho.l 4
won his Black Belt, the James Kirkland, who starred at .
returned in the second half witha game. It'll be Homecoming at
professional degree in judo, only Andrew Jackson last year and Dnial S S
nine 33 point attack for victory. Swisher gym. Fatron 109 a s
months after receiving his equally known Landon standout, Film' Weekly Horn SlalNOT. Fairon Six I .7
first lesson. James Carter, at 6'3". Jim Good tossed in 13, and 30, Ft. Gordon Slgnalarvt-Dc. 4, o&n. I ,
VFP-62 I 7
Owen Doyle and Cholley Felton NAAS Mayport.
Francis .
Maidenswoon is the All home VP-lt 4CorFalrSax
Coach Rollie begin
Rourke's Dolphins games
tossed in eleven each in the losing J 10
300-pound burro mascot of the have the height advantage, but l cause. 2000 at Mainside gym.
Ft. Huachuca, Arix., squad witha lack the all-important depth

season record of one and one, which the Fliers have in plus AE Spikers Capture

having bitten one major and quantities.JAX Station V-Ball Title
one master sergeant.ComFair .
NAVY'S depth, if em- NATTCenter's volleyball cham-

ployed to the utmost, could be a :. pions, AE School, dumped the
T-Ball key note in determining the ;w Mainside title-holders, VA-172,

game's outcome. three straight in a best of five
Title To VA35VA35 The Fliers have appeared : 4 .r game affair for the All-Station

turned back VA-36, quite impotent thus far, but volleyball championship last
7-0, in a hard fought contest should they start playing together week at Mainside gym.

last week to capture the Com- they could make a battleof AE School won the first game,

FairJax Touch Football Tour- it. 15-4, copped the second 15-13,

ney from a field of 17 contest- The Fliers currently hold a and ended the playoffs :with a

ants. one win, double-loss record. No 15-10 victory.

The two Cecil-based teams result has been received on a

remained scoreless until the game last Tuesday with the Fall Cup Golf Play
fourth quarter when VA-35's Gibbs Vikings.

mainstay, Lou DeGeer, received THE INVADING Green Cove Nears Final RoundThe

a long toss from Gor- Springs Bullets disappointed the 1957 Fall Cup Golf matches,

don White and raced over for Fliers and a large first night being played at the NAS Jax

the TD. crowd with a 74-72 overtimewin. links, will complete final round
With two minutes remaining, play next week.
Jim Good pumped in eight I
VA-36 began to march down Bob McCauley and James Zo-
points in the final three minutesto -irLhL .
! the field. When the final shot k.. warka will pair off to determinetop
force the overtime, but the
was fired, the "36" was on man in the ChampionshipFight.
\ Bullets stormed back to outscore SMILING of the
SPIKERS Members VA-172
VA-35's five yard line on first Rod Pinney will play R.E.
Jax Navy in the extra period. pose happily after winning the Mainside intramural
down. championship early last week. The Blue Bolts stormed through Lieurance for 2nd flight honors.
. The champs left Sunday for Owen Doyle led the Fliers to league'competition to a perfect mark in eight matches. VA-172. Harry Ferguson defeated Lou
': Norfolk, Va., where they willI their first win with a 22 point however, lost the All-Station championship title to NATTCen- Polansky for number one posi-
t take part in the Fleet Air I effort in a 71-46. trouncing of ter's AE School. VA-172 ipikert are front row (left to right) sion in the third flight while Jim
Fairchild Aircraft.IN Ray "Country" Winstead, Bill Allen and Don Brassfield. Rear,
. I Tournament. Hall won over Harry Thompsonto
Bob Woodbury, coach "M&c" McGuckin, Warren "Doc" Timm
r rj j THEIR first road game, and Johnny Johnson. capture the fourth flight crown.Paar.4 .

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