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Creation Date: June 24, 1965
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VOL 23 NO. 15 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 24, 1965
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Freedoms Foundation SecNav SECNAV, Paul H.PRAISE Nitze, recently '

I praised the outstanding work USNavyHusNewInViet ,.I

being done In Viet Nam by Navy

Annual Contest medical personnel. He said that
Opens Navy medical officers and en-

listed men are engaged not onlyIn Role Nam

"I am an American" Is the The rules of the contest are support of U.S. and Vietnamese
select of the forces there, but In various civic
subject of this year's Freedoms to one or more r

Foundation Letter Awards Pro- four following slogans and develop action programs. We have ask- The U.S. Navy's role In the conflict In the Republic( of Viet Nam
ed, and they are giving, the exemplary -
In "I
gram. your thoughts your has taken on a new complexion as a result of recent developmentsin.that
The 1965 am an American" letter. The service which we have
subject was announced Southeast Asian
country. Units of the U.S. Seventh Fleet
come to eYnPrt
recently by the Freedoms slogans are: I am an American are now assisting the RVN Navy /oJ"
Foundation of Valley Forge, Enemy of Tyranny; I am an '
In enforcing a decree proclaiming '
Pennsylvania. The letter awards American, Defender of Free- 1'
a three-mile wide defensive
competition which features a dom; I am an American Pro- ,
sea area off thefepublic'scoastline. ( 1\a
$1,000 top award, Is open to all tector of Liberty; and I am an Seventh Fleet vessels have
service member on active duty. American Guardian of the Na- '
., also been assigned gunfire sup-
tion.Write port and night Illumination missions .
or type your letter on
in of RVN ground
CaptRehnbergBecomes support
one side of each sheet of paper forces.

and print or name,
type your
of the Navy ,PaulH.
rank, military and home ad- Secretary .
Nitze disclosed earlier this
New dresses. Letters are not to exceed -
500 words. month that Navy and Marine I
Corps aircraft have flown closeto
The deadline for the contestIs
6,500 sorties, since the decision -
FICEUR COCaptain November 1, 1965.In ua '
was made to begin striking -
addition to the $1,000 top .
""'t '
'f" North Viet Nam on a
regular
:
award there will be 50 awardsof
Kay P. Rehnberg Jr., 1. basis. Speaking before Navy
USN relieved Captain HartselF. $100, an equal number of
.t "< and Marine Corps officers stationed ,
McCue, USN, as CommandingOfficer $50 awards and runners-up will In the Capital the IJ
of the Fleet IntelligenceCenter receive a medal or certificate.Last REAR ADMIRAL Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville said that, at the Secretary

U.S. Naval Forces, year's winner of the top presented a check last Tuesday, June 22, to Mr. Richard time, the Navy/Marine Corps ,!.
Europe, In a change of command award was Staff Sergeant Carl Forebecker and Mr. George Pence, USA (ret), representing the team Is flying sorties at a rate
ceremony in King (Hall at 10 a.m. E. Carr, USAF, of Chanute Air National Health Agency. The $23,600check represented the con of about 2,000 month and ,
Force Base, Illinois. Jonas N. tributions of military and civilian personnel at the 3 local naval per :
today. that our forces in the area retain -
Captain McCue assumed com- Swecker, USN, of NAS Jackson- installations during the annual fund drive. the capability to double that \\I
mand of FICEUR In June, 1963In ville received one of the $100
if .
Port Lyautey, Morocco, and awards in 1964.Freedoms is $$23r600 Check Presented To :necessary.The Secretary said, "On the .
Foundation
came to NAS Jacksonville when an basis of conclusive evidence that
FICEUR was moved here. His independent, nonprofit organiza- North Vietnamese supplies and

next duty assignment is in Washington (Continued On Page 2)) armed forces are being intro-
National Health
D.C. AgenciesA duced into South Vietnam to sup-

Prior to his assignment as port the Viet Cong Terrorists,

C.O., FICEUR, Captain Rehnberg $23,600 check was presented Admiral Goldthwaite joined our carrier task (orces in the
was on duty with the Defense Intelligence Safety Program to the National Health Agen- General Pence In pointing out South China Sea have mounted -

Agency In Washington cies In Duval County Tuesday by that Naval personnel are good a sustained air campaign
where he was awarded the Joint Rear Admiral Robert Gold- citizens of Duval County. The against Communist military tar-

Service Commendation Medal for To Feature Pro thwaite, Commander Fleet Air, Admiral said that "they demon- gets, both above and below the

his service.A Jacksonville.The strated this in the National Health 17th Parallel They have accomplished -
1941 graduate of Wesleyan Agencies Campaign as well as in their raids with a
contri-
University In Connecticut Cap- Racing DriverA check represented other fund drives in which they precision which is almost sur
and civilian
tain Rehnberg entered the NavyIn butions by military have participated. I amespe'cially gical. Inflicting a maximum of a
local
the three U.S.
June 194L He has served with drive safe program entitled, Naval personnel Installations at in the health pleased to present this checkto damage to military targets, witha

VP-61* FAW-6, VU-13, VR-3 "Driving with the Champion" will fund drive.Major the National Health Agency because minimum of harm to civilian

VX-1, CINCPACFLTstaff, be presented July 6.and 7 at agencies recent D. Pence, USA they are helping to build personnel and structures."
OPNAV, as C.O. of VU-7, and as the NAS Jax Theater. General George a better America through their Secretary Nitze noted that
Chairman for the National -
X.O. of USS (Ret), of education serviceand there is liklihood
Kearsarge.'J The lecture, sponsored by the Health Agencies In Florida accepted programs an increasing
"
W < w NAS General Safety Office and the check. research. that the Communists will turn to
z ,::f$. Champion Spark Plug Company, Other U.S. Government em- the sea for infiltration of contraband -

will feature professional driver, Eight voluntary agencies shareIn ployees In Duval County contri- into South Vietnam has involved -
Y( Duane Carter, and a movie on the proceeds of the solicitations buted an additional $4,729.05 us in another challenging

l i .1 the Indianapolis "500". including the American through the Health Agencies naval operation. The Navy has

The purpose of this program is Cancer Society, the Northeast Campaign including 1286.95 established, in cooperation with
to aid in decreasing the traffic Florida Heart Association, the from the U.S. Army Corps of the Vietnamese Navy, a counter-
violations and accidents which Muscular Dystrophy Association Engineers, $1.644,34 from U.S. sea infiltration patrol In the South

mount during the summer months the Society for Crippled Postal employees, $615.35 from China Sea. ,Small and large naval
r and vacation period. Children and Adults, the National the Treasury employees,$356.60 craft are involved and the Coast

//i Two sessions approximately Foundation March of from the Federal Aviation Guard has been asked to provide

one hour will be held at the Dimes, the Association f.or Agency, $335.50 from the equipment well suited to coastal

theater, Bldg. 612, at 9:30 a.m. Retarded Children the Societyfor Veterans Administration and patrols.
and 1:30 p.m.Participation. the Prevention of Blindness, about $500.00 from employeesof Since March South Vietnameseand
of all NAS departments and Cystic Fibres Is. ten other U.S. Government U.S. Navy infiltration forcesin

Is directed and all In accepting the check, Gen- agencies which operate officesin the area have stopped,boardedand

tenant commands are Invited to eral Pence said, "Contributionsfrom Duval County. searched more than 20,000vessels.

send personnel to this program. U.S. Navy personnel are For the future, the National .
Personnel can be scheduled by most generous. Many of those Ibalth Agencies will participateas Examples of the U.S. Navy's -,...

CAPTAIN HARTSEL F. McCUE calling the General Safety Office who contribute to this fund are a group In the combined Fed- activity in support of RVN ground

(seated) signs over commandof Ext. 756, prior to July L young unmarried people whose eral campaign recently announced forces include 20 gunfire support
the Fleet Intelligence Cen- Success of this program dependson homes are far from Duval Coun for Duval County along missions fired by the destroyerUSS

ter, U.S. Naval Forces Europe, maximum participation by ty. They deserve a great deal of( with the overseas service agen- Rowan against Viet Cong

to the new commanding officer, personnel of this command and credit for their sense of civic cies and the United Community (Continued on Page 2))
,
Captain Kay P. Rehnberg. Jr. all tenant.commands. '.',..' responsibility. Services.



PAGE 2' JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER JUNE 24 1965
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ENJOY 6UMM1?. 'C1 I- ':,rt J T.,e rMt.: ctt; ,$';, Chaplain's MessageLCdr.



Morris E. White

SUNDAY Instinctively we respond to voices or noises. A sudden noise
(! 8:00: a.m. Service of Holy makes us jump. A particular song may make us happy or sad. We
1L r Communion are made happy or angry by the things'we hear.
9:30: a.m. Service of Divine We have all heard the expression, "smile when you say that,"
Worship which means we respond to the voice of another person not so much
9:30: a.m. Sunday School for. by what Is said, but by the way It Is said. A Church once fired the
ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 minister because every Sunday he told the congregation they were
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine going to hell. When a new minister was secured, he proclaimed In
Worship the first sermon that they were all going to hell. A visitor, knowing -
6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship all that had happened, remarked to one of the members that he
.' expected them to fire this minister also because he had told them the
WEDNESDAY same thing the other minister did. "No," exclaimed the member
"the difference Is that the first minister sounded like he was glad.,:
4:30: p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal The prophet Isaiah long ago said, "Hark, an uproar from the
city! A voice from the temple! The voice of the Lord rendering
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal recompense to his enemies. Today when there 'Is a loud roar the

cities of the world, and as the church Is seeking to speak to the great
12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, Issues confronting man, Is Is of upmost Importance that we train
Also on all Holy Days ourselves to hear so that we will listen to the voice of the Lord who
Catholic Services at St. Ed- would say, "this Is the way, walk in it."
ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval

u1 DOIb4E1' LEAVE 6E1Y 1NP1 Hospital VAdm Hayward Viet Nam

SUNDAY MASS

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital Visits Schools (Continued From Page 1))

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.
Safety Makes Sense Edward's Chapel At NATTCenffer strongholds friendly villages and throughjune In defense 10 of

DAILY MASS The Rowan also participated In
Vice Admiral Alexander S. night engagements, providing 11-
11:30 St. Edward's Chapel
Even in the SummerIn a.m. Heyward, Jr., Chief of Naval Air lumlnlnatlon to prevent Viet Cong

MONDAY & TUESDAY Training, made an Informal guerrilla Infiltration.
visit to Naval Air Technical Another exampofU.S. assIst
4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC
France, In Germany, In Japan, In the United States -- Training Center Thursday morn- tance occurred In June when the
wherever our servicemen are stationed It's vacation time. FRIDAY Ing. He was welcomed to the destroyer USS Black fired more

Summertime activities are approaching full swing. Many ser- 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital center by NATTC's Commanding than 200 five-Inch high explo-
vicemen and their families will be loading the family car with all Officer, Captain C.G. Strum. sive rounds Into Viet Cong posi-
sorts of recreational equipment, hampers of food, and anxious, SATURDAY While visiting NATTC, Admiral tions In the central coastal region -
pleasure-seeking'' passengers. One Item many will leave behind 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY Heyward toured the Air- in response to a request
when heading for the beach, pool l, mountain resort, lake area or craft Maintenance-Radiography, from RVN forces. In the engage
favorite picnic site Is a sense of safety. Aviation Electrician's Mate, and ment, the Black's bombard-

Safety Is an Important summer companion no matter now near or 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Aviation Ordnance Schools. ment, aided by U.S. Army spotter
how far the vacation trip. Everyone is more relaxed and many tendto Masses NAT1C Is a part of Naval Air aircraft, blanketed six separate
be off guard. Even the simple basic safety rules necessary to enjoy Catechism Classes:Grade School Technical Training Command enemy troop concentrations.In .
summer activities are Ignored. with headquarters In Memphis, his address, Secretary Nitze
Most 'summer safety regulations are just plain common sense SATURDAY Tennessee. Naval Air Technical pointed out that In recent weeks<
rules, which if followed, assure an enjoyable and rewarding ex- 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- Training Is a component of Naval more than 15,000 Marines have
perience. ties building 722 Air Training.The been landed In South Viet Nam.
Some basic "safety sense" rules for summer include: Naval Air Training Com- On the other side of the world,
WATER SAFETY: All swimming and boating rules posted at the mand Is responsible for trainingall another 8,000 Marines were dis-
recreation area are for your benefit and should always be observed. TrafficViolations Navy, Marine and CoastGuard patched to the Dominican Republic -
Swimming should never be'done alone or immediately after a meal aviators, aviation observers,en- on a peace-keeping mission.
Never dive into unfamiliar water. There may be hidden obstaclesIn listed aviation technicians, flight Although the Marines have been
the water. Never venture out too far it's a two-way trip and the The surgeons and aviation medical withdrawn from the Dominican
one back can be too much for a tired swimmer. following Is a report of specialists, as well as maintain- Republic, they are still In Viet
SAFETY IN THE SUN: The summer sun helps make your vacation motor vehicle accidents and ing a ready naval air reserve. Nam reinforcing security around
It make It miserable. vacationersare traffic violations for the period
enjoyable. can also Many Admiral Heyward's commandthe vital air fields and other military
fooled by clouds, unaware the sun's most harmful rays filter June 15 through June 2L Navy's largest shore estab- 'Installations' and relieving South
through a cloud cover. And for servicemen, a serious sunburn Number of AccidentsThis lishment includes 22 air sta- Viet Nam troops for. offensive
requiring medical attention and lost work-time could result -
causing tions, some 49,000
support per- action against the Viet Congo
In disciplinary action. week June 15 through
FIRE SAFETY: Summer brings out the backyard chef and his June 21 . . . 6 The Secretary said, "Our In
direct and active Involvement
barbecue grill and sometimes brings out the fire department. Cook- Total Accidents this year Retention Is No
the of the fight
Ing equipment on camping trips In the woods, and carelessness, can througi June 21. . 119 current phase
cause untold damage to forest and field. Number of Accidents through Problem ForVP-5 against Communist aggression

Including summer "safety sense" as a companion on your vaca- June 1954 . . 124 began last August International, when! our.
tion this year might prove the wisest thing you ever did. It's fun Total number of days since last Deployed CrewsPatrol ters destroyers In the Gulf In of Tonkin were
to enjoy summertime and all the pleasures that go with It, but unless Injury-/: motor vehicle accident -
you're careful and conscious of safety while enjoying such pleasures, . . . . 165 attacked by North Vietnamese acquitted patrol
they may turn Into tragedies. .(AFPS) Squadron Five, which Is boats. Our forces
Number fire
of under
ViolationsThis presently concluding a five month, themselves admirably

Week . . 43 deployment In Sigonella, Sicily, and subsequent raids Inflicted by our
Speeding . . .8 reenlisted two men June 18. This rariicr-based aircraft of
Reckless Driving . 0 Indicates that deployments are heavy damage upon the source
Going through Stop Sign 3 not affecting retention in VP-5 the attack.
JTAX AIFC: NTEWS Other Violations . 32 since this brings the number of FOUNDATION
Thirty-three drivers apne'ared reenlistments during the deploy- FREEDOM f

before the Traffic Hearing ment to eleven.L. (Continued From Page 1))

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Board at the meeting held on
June 22. P. Bouknight, ABH2 and
Disposition R.G. with any
distributed each of the cases don, not affiliated
the
Thursday at U. S. Naval Air Station,
Burney, AME3
Include the reenlisted for six
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a following: eight lost years In ceremonies sectarian religious group or
driving and conducted
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR board parking privileges a- by Cdr. J. T. Kosnik political party, dedicated to
station CommandIng
for ,
-
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office' various periods; Officer VP5.According creating and building an under
one .
,Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by .,12:00: noon on Monday before assigned to complete an standing of the spirit and philo
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- eight-hour course In remedial to past records, sophy of the Constitution and the
Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. driving instructions at NATTC: moral is at Its lowest and work- But of Rights to Inspiringlove
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueries hour one assigned to complete a six- ing conditions are not the best of freedom and to support
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing at Jax course In remedial driving during deployment so having men Ing the spiritual unity born of
- Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida teen received Police Academy; four- reenlist after five months of the belief than man Is a dignified
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. ties suspended penal- family seperation and hard work human being.
six
; were given warnings; In Sigonella indicates is
that the
six were dismissed The Letter Awards Program
VOL. 23 NO. 15 JUNE 24, 1965 were referred ; and two Navy musthave some good career part of an annual program
commanding officers aspects, and the personnel In understanding
that better
for a
possible generates
VP-5
disciplinary
are
being made
action. them. aware of of the American way
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Medal Awarded NATTC Marine ",. .



For Viet-Nam Helicopter DutyTo '' .

,
w
'
$ '
most of us, the war In Viet- were firing on you by the small from our choppers and head right r )
Nam makes good reading! yellow flashes coming from the for the shooting.>, You've got to r
material in the morning news- wooded area. That's when we'd give It to them, they had what It
paper, and a controversial[ sub- fire back, to try and chase them takes. Of course there was also a '
ject to argue about with our neigh from the area, you never reallysaw the civilians. I didn't get to know
bors. But to Staff Sergeant Ho them." them too well during my short r x ;ark
ward R. HInes, a student in Aviation When asked if he or his plane tours, but those I did meet were c ? .,
Electrician "B" School, had even been hit, he said, "I sure nice to us and they liked Y J'' y4
MAD NATTC, the conflict never got wounded, only one man the U.S. Marine Corps. Then x ,
in Viet-Nam !is a very real war. in our outfit was killed and only from a Marines' point of view,
Thursday,June 17, SSgt.Hines a couple wounded. As for the being able to use all that fine
was awarded the Air Medal for planes, they got a few bullet equipment, and to prove Its value
his service in Vtet-Nam. Capt.C. holes in them. Mostly those !In combat was Interesting. e '
G. Strum Commanding Officer helicopters with the number"O" But If I had to choose one thing,
NATTC, presented the me painted on them. I think the Viet I guess It was the chow. We .v ,
dal during formal ceremonies In Cong used the"O" forbulleyes." got double rations each meal,
Officer of' Naval Technical
CAPTAIN C.G.
STRUM/ Commanding
his office. When asked what impressed steak twice a week cooked
to
Training Confer, presents the Air Medal to SSgl. Howard R. Hines,
In congratulating Hines, Capt. him most about his duty in VietNam order. You know, Igained weight
a student at Aviation Electrician": !?'SchooLSgt.Hine s was aWardedthe
Strum said, "It is a real plea- the paused and in of the
sergeant spite heat. Yes, Fd
medal 'for hit toqr 'of duty at Da Nong, Viet Nam.
sure for me ever/time I have considered! the question say that Impressed me most, the
the honor of presenting awardsto' thoroughly before answering. way the Marine Corps took care At a political gathemg in Washington, D.C., an elderly matron
my men, especially when theyare "Well we could carry a couple of us, mere in combat and as was seated next to a Senator at the banquet table During a pauseIn
earned in combat" ] more of their troopers(Viet far from normal supply routes the conversation, she turned to him and asked, "Why is It, Sena-
Sgt. Hines' citation reads in Nam Army) than ours becauseof as one could get." tor, that the Committee on Foreign Relations is in the Senate and the
part: "Formeritorious achieve their weight[ but don't get me SSgt. Hines was based at Da- Committee on Foreign Affairs is in the House?"
ment !in aerial flight as a designated wrong, although they were small Nang both tours He Is pre- The Senator turned to her and said, "There's a good reason for {)
Helicopter Aerial Gun in size didn't mean they weren't sently living in Jacksonville with that, ma'am. It's because we Senators just have relations. We'retoo
ner in Marine Medium Helicopter good n hters. They'd unload hb wife and three children. old to have affairs.", Russell Hansen, TRUE
I
Squadron 162, during combat
support missions in support of ,,
the Republic of Viet-Nam againstthe
insurgent communist guerilla
forces (Viet Cong) from June
24, 1964 to September 7 7, 1964. x'J
Often esposed to hostile fire at

close range, he contributed ma- _'>::
terially to the success of his
squadron. His courage and devotion -
to duty in the face of
hazardous flying conditions were
in keeping with the highest trad-
itions of the United States Naval
Service." )

Hines returned to Viet-Nam fora > ;. >,, ..
second tour with his squadron i .t
March 1965 to May 1965. He I
participated in 26 missions over CIDAA
known enemy terrain The squadron -
carried Vietnamese troops,
flew re-supply missions to outpost -
evacuation flights, ferried
VIPs and newspaper men and res-
cue of downed pilots and crews.

at"We'd altitudes fly of to four our to target five thousand zone- Don't settle for a big-car name on a small-

feet, dropping to tree-top

letting level to down.circle Once the on area the ground before I car frame. See us. We deliver. A full-size

we'd lose little time unloading.

It just wasn't safe sitting still" Chrysler just $7 month
priced
Sgt. Hines stated. "I never open a more.
ed fire unless we were fired on
or the pilot ordered me to shoot,"
V-8 Base
Engine
he said. "You could tell Overall Difference I
they Make Wheelbase Cubic Inch Monthly
Length Displacement| Payments Per Month y '

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I K JUNE 24.
NEWS-AFTERBURNER 1965RCAF
PAGE 4 JAX AIR --
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Maritime Air Command Crew "Operation Peep Freeze' I

Offers Challenging Duty

Hosted By VP-30 During ASW VisitA .
The Navy Is now accepting request meet specific qualifications that
from personnel who wish Include: 24 months obligated ser-
Royal Canadian Air Force to participate In the 1966-67 vice for Anarctlc Support Activities -
Maritime Air Command Crew of "Operation Deep Freeze" exer- commencing December
seven officers and two enlistedmen 1965 same required
time
arrived at NAS Jacksonville cise.The National Science Foundation for VX-6, commencing April
last week for training with Patrol Is conducting a long range 1966; a clear record reflecting
Squadron Thirty.The officers are scientific program and to successfully good moral character, and professional -
attached to the Number Two perform this assignment dedication; a recom
Maritime Operational TrainingUnit / they need the support of mendation from the commanding
home based at SummersIde Navy officers and enllstedmen officer on basis of performance
RCAF Station, Prince Edward 4 The next "Operation Deep technical skill, resourcefulness
Island, Canada. Freeze" deployment date has versatility and interest; and they
This! squadron Is assigned the beet set for September 1966.The must meet the phys(calstandards
mission of training pilots, navi- wintering over party will remain set forth for this duty.
gators,. and radio officers In the In Anarctlca until approximately Candidates for Air Develop-
Lockheed SP-2 aircraft for November of the following year. ment Squadron Six must have evi
further assignment to the Maritime Officers with experience In dence of a security Investigation

Air Command's ASW Pat-
meterology, ground control approach documenting clearance for
rol Squadrons; a mission very 1'--i communications and sur- access to secret. If the required
-
similar to VP-30's. needed for has
visits'between gical experience are investigation not been con
The the RCAF
duty with Anarctlc Support Acti- ducted, commanding officers( of
squadron and VP-30 date back to
L j vities as well as enlisted per- the volunteers are directed to
March 1962 and henceforth have
sonnel In specific ratings. Per- request this action In accord
become an annual event. The CDR I. J. JOHNSON, Executive Officer Patrol Squadron Thirty, sonnel eligible for support acti- ance with OPNAV 5510.ia Vol.
exchanges of personnel enables welcomes his counterpart, Squadron Leader Nelson Executive
vities assignment will remain for unteers for VX-6 must not be on
these counterpart squadrons to Officer of the RCAF Number Two Maritime Training Unit Prince winter-over effective
the party. Seavey rotation.
exchange Ideas on antisubmarine Edward,Island, Conodo.BqPEIS .
Air Squadron Six Upon
warfare training' and kssists..tnthe Development completing a tour In An-
mutual Improvement of both (VX-6)) requires approximately arctica, personnel are given their
countries antisubmarine'warfare | Instruction Opens New 25 officers In various grades and choice of duty for their next assignment -
designators, three of whome will when It Is consistant
Formal -
capabilities. presentations be selected for the winter-over with the needs of the
by Cdr. Denmark, Lcdr. Rate Conversion Paths For PO'sPaths service.
hundred enlisted Personnel
party. One men interested in vol-
Smith, and Lt. Middle ton in the
areas of training, maintenance, have been opened for ments for the Class "A" school, in specific ratings are needed in unteering for.Anarctlca duty are
and tactics was followed by group petty officers desiring to change test score requirements, and any V-6 with 23 remaining for win- urged to contact their Military
discussions during the first two their rate either through formal security clearance require- ter-over. The remainder will Personnel Office for more detailed -
days of the RCAF officer's visit.In schooling or In-service training. ments. Applicants with less than serve a normal tour of duty with information.
reply Squadron Leader Nelson Personnel in paygrades E-4 12 years active naval service VX-6 consisting of two full summer -
RCAF spoke on the operationsof through E-6 may volunteer for will be considered upon recom- support deployments with People are a little like tea-
the Number Two Maritime! rate conversion via the school mendation of their commandingofficer. Operation Deep Freeze, September bags. They don't know their
Training Unit; (J'a.; program. Personnel must meet 66 March 67, and September own strength until they get Into
.., ,I, the obligated service require- Third and second class who 67 March 68. hot water.
are ordered to school under this Volunteers for this duty must Indianapolis Star Mag.
program will be changed in rat-
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ing equal to present pay grade '
Inlet Ma'tiha'tHD.POATYARD upon successful completion of the '

\ school not Although be changed E-6 in personnelwill rating on THERE IS A

l completion of "A" school they I 1v
MERCURY SALES & SERVICE
will be identified for further In- plci
BOATS-MOfORS-TRAILERS service training. .

Wet & Requests for rating conversion i N'SAVE N'SAVE
Marine
Dry Storage Ways should be submitted In accordance ,
Brad Bradfield & ; .
owner operator USN/RET with the Bureau of Person- DRUGS

U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH nel Instruction 1440.18C, and 4s STORE
should be addressed the
ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.9835! to Chiefof
Naval Personnel (Attn Pers-
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In-service training is generally -
on the job training provided
within the command for a specific FULLJi! L3.
rating and is supplemented by SIRLOIN STRIP STEAK 89

APPLIANCE SALE! self-study as courses available.or other instruction Potatoes, tomato slice, (

FAMILY .SIZE Volunteers for In-servce hot rolls & butter. .

GE REFRIGERATORELECTRIC S15000 training for the purpose of rate
conversion must also be In pay-
NEW 30' INCH ,grades E-4 through E-6, but

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Red Cross Swimming Classes Begin SecNav Request r


For 200 Children At Indoor PoolTHI Nets Many VietNam nr Irr rills[ v +


AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS i
VolunteersResponse
nuit certi'",hat w
to the request from
BEGINNER qutlifwd IN 8WIMMIN3 u. : the Secretary of the Navy made L: w... .
Having pined tli.required tctti atNuloMlDimnv last April concerning volunteersfor -
Viet Nam duty has been most 44 IIf
CL.-ur .! IiJI
__ gratifying.
SAm,Semen J i Although the volume of requests '
received by the Bureau of
As the American Red Cross and willingness of volunteer Naval Personnel makes It Impossible ,.
Beginner's Swimming class Is assistance for the Instructor for individual acknow- ;_ .; >
kicked off Monday, June 21st, at volunteers who may, or may not ledgement, all requests for this t
the Indoor pool, over two- be swimmers. There are two duty will remain on file until anopening
hundred children are already re- classifications of volunteer aides Is available In the vol CECIL FIELD CHILDREN DON'T have fob* swimmers to become
gistered. They vie for the honorto who are essential to the program. unteer's rate or his servicesare "AqucmauH.: All the children have to do is take part in the sta
own the above displayed badge They are Water Safety Aides and no longer needed. tion's Summer Reading Program. For each book the child reads
and certificate. These children Swimmer Aides. Commands have been directedto his diver goes deeper on the progress chart that Sam Port, SN,
under the direction of AmericanRed Would you fit Into either of make an appropriate entry In is working on. At tie end of the summ.r a r.port on the child's
Cross Instructor trainer, these Aide programs? Would you the Individual's service record. reading is sent to the school he or she att.nds. Any child can get
Chuck Phillips will start like to help these children learnto Win the swim" by s..ing station librarian Sharron Arnold.
developing skills for self pre- swim? Remember you need I
servation and basic assistance to NOT necessarily know how to
others. They will also, through swim yourself to be an aide and
this new ability Increase their you may have a part In saving
of aquatic activities. have a In the
enjoyment you may part sav-
The teaching of two-hundred ing of one or several of these Keep The Budget In Shape
children can however, present children's lives. ,
some problems to a limited staff. Contact American Red Cross
The teaching will be conducted Field Director Office Bldg. 39. With A CREDIT UNION LOAN!
on an assembly-line basis and Its If either you are willing to assistIn
success (as Is the success of all the children's swimming pro-
American Red Cross programs) gram, or you want to register
Is dependent upon the availability your child In a swimming class.


Classifications Water Safety Aide Swimmer AideUte
1. .
Purpose & Biip meet community swim Much the same as *> Si, '
duties needs by assisting Amen.i Water Safety AidE ( 1 ..I. ,
can Red Cross Water Safety by no in-pool ,
Instructors with clerical duties. .J.:
work, supervision of _.;; -z
children out of pool, Eire ':
demonstrations for in-
structor, maintenance &
distribution of equip-
ment.

Requirements 14-17 years of age, 18 years or
American Red Cross 8.imolder, NO swim-
mer & Jr or Sr. Lifeming requirements
saving certificate. I

training 16 hours taught by Water 6 hours taught
Safety Instructor by Water Safety --

Instructor. \
Authorization Certificate & Swim Suit CertificatePatch



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YOU'LL KNOW WHY! AMT. MONTHLY PAYMENT
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} RIVERSIDE YOUR OF
( 'I' 12 18 24
'I LOAN
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_{ $200 $17.77 $12.20 $9.42
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SCHOOL within 500 Ft.

JAX NAS NEW AUTO LOAN CECIL FIELD

Office: 8820 Normandy Blvd.H. .BLDG. 39 ',4 INTEREST of one percent RATE on! BLDG. 26
Tele.384.4121 Tele. SP 1.3211
Doyon: Owner Phone 781-3373 Ext. 8507 8508 the unpaid balance! Ext. 205

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Civilian Workers EnrollmentTo CVW-10 Shows LI b 1

k
I

Begin For Polio Insurance Air Might At ";tta


This Bulletin Is Issued to advise Ing the enrollment period. All Air ShowLE
all civilian employees that policies remain In force for one Paris

the Polio Insurance Group at this year. Membership is open onlyto BOURGET AIRPORT,

activity will accept applicationsfor civilian employees of this ac- PARIS, FRANCE...The families

enrollment during the period tivity. of the men of the USS ShangriLa i
July 1, 1965 through July 16, The polio Insurance plan pro- and her air wings would have 't c r i
vides protection In the amount of ,
1965. During this period em- been extra proud of the flexible j
'
subscriber! and
for each
ployees may enroll as new mem- $10,000 air power they represented this 1
Individual covered by the policy
bers or renew thelrecistingcon- month at a Paris Air Show.
tracts. The effective date of new and covers expenses Incurred For the visitors at the 1965
will be fourteen during a period of three years
policies days Paris International Aviation and
from the date of diagnosis of po 4 t
after the anniversary date of the Space Salon It was a dramatic
under the
station 25, 1965. lio. Care provided
group July presentation when 16 supersonicF8E .
Policies being renewed remain In policy covers all hospital expenses Crusaders, led by Commander '

current force with no break In all medical expenses, P. R. Craven CO of
If renewal Is madedurWINSATSEBRING- nursing care and transportation.
coverage VF-62, put on flight demonstra-
The polio Insurance plan pays
tions. To the ground observersIt
-
regardless of hospitalization or

medical expense plans employeesmay was a precision level"dia- # .. : _____ _
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mond of diamonds" but a more
PD now own. this demon- E. ESTELLA, DK2, HELPS T. S. Riley, ADJAN, clear up some disbursing
Important point to problems in the new Navy Finance Office at Cecil Field.

stration was the power these Disbursing moved into their new spaces in Building 4 this month
EMDBS AssessmentsThe
.
planes represented.The with enough time to clear the pay records for the new year be-
the
Board of Trustees of theEmployees' aircraft departed ginning next month. The reaction of the Disbursing people to their
Mutual Death Bene- Shangri-La from somewhere In now building ."Wft like IfLO
1st. and 2nd.In class 1965DRtVSAKCALStOXJSCAR the MediterraneanSeafortheParis -
fit Society to announce
the passing regret of two members of show; the planes returnedto .: ,.: 11 ','
their Island" without -
A'ND, 'SlILt ,UNDER' the Society. In accordance with assistance"floating at advance bases.
the of the the
By-Laws Society
$2000 The Crusaders In the show
beneficiaries of the deceased
from CVW-10; fighter squadrons
members are entitled to receive
participating were VF-13 and
equal to $1,00 active -
payment per VF-62. VFP-62's Detachment
member on the date of deathof
38 also accompanied the forma- ,w.
the member concerned. Asa
CONTACT CHUCK SMITH tion photographic purposes.To .
result of these
ATJACKSONVILLE'S payments by
the peoples of the free
the Assessments Nos.
EXCLUSIVE Society, world, In attendance at the Paris
277 and 278 are Issued, assess-
UG-AUSTIN IIEALEY DEALER Show, it was a sight not soon to
ing each member $2.20.Payment
be forgotten. As one American
for these
period assessmentswill Naval off leer summed It up, "The
GRAND PRIX MOTORS begin on June 22 and will
seeming ghost-like quality of !\ 'iTR"lV-.f effortle' '$ly' a* n boy pulling hit wagon, a Navy airman
end 13 1965. Checksor
4846 'Phillips Highway on July such a strike force from such a appear lit be towing a 12.000 pound Sky'hawk Jet tanker acntt
orders should be made
money maneuverable and selfsufficientair the flight deck II"i; ,., l/.VS/ ,Midway off the Republic III

Phone 398-6971 Death payable Benefit to: Employees' Mutual base Is something all of us "t'iel'Nam. Actually, the tailor it only, guiding the ",;11" bar ** toward, a

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I "If Ya A sit lJsThIS Cecil Field Sailor's Son Wins



past week, Jax Air News point where shopping in civilian

journeyed to the commissary to stores is just as cheap, if not Full 1 Year Iyoy Scholorship
quiz Navy wives with the ques- cheaper. I think there Is some
tion "What do you think are the -
definite flaw in the Navy's rating

being advantages a Navy and wife disadvantages?" The first of system which should be cor- Every Navy family must ask senior Johnson also knows that tion rate In VFP-well the career

two ladies we stopped turned rected. themselves once in their blue opportunities like the one his son counseler has had something to
out
to be married to twin sailors In Mrs. J.F. Kosnik wife of Cdr. and gold career, "How are we has got don't knock on the door do with that.
VW-4, so Its not a printing error. Kosnik, CO. VP-5 I have been going to get the kids a decent everyday.The The Navy was not ignorant of
Their names are the same. happy married to a naval officer. education?" Navy Johnson may have had| its dependent's academic abili
Mrs. F.L. Labhart, wife of I dislike long separations and I Idon't A case In point around Cecil some bearing on his son's attainIng ties. During quarters atVFP62this

Labhart AE2 of VW-4 I like believe Field Is Danny PaulJohnsonJr., this high goal Danny Sr., month Commander C. Nav-
there
the opportunitythe Is an officer son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Paul Is quite successful in his own arrette. Jr., skipper of"Fighting -

Navy wife receives or enlisted Johnson Sr.; the senior JohnsonIs right; he Is a 23-year Navy Photo" invited Danny Jr., to
of I man In the an Aviation Electronics] Tech- veteran of two wars who holds, be honored. There at quarters
getting
Navy who Is not nician First Class In VFP-62. 1-
to travel and see amongst other medals the Navy Cmdr. Navarrette commended
'
the world whichI I grossly under- ;, Danny Jr., is a scholar that Cross. He has also been an air Danny Jr., as a proud Navy father
wouldn'tordin- paid. Locally, [ comes from a Navy family and crewman. And the high reten- and his sister watched on.
the hospital is who has academic
a promising
arily do. Of | too Kosnik

course the free F. L. Labhart ed. I overcrowd-like the travel which a Navy seven career moves ahead In of his him.17-year Despite life. ; ;

medical care Is wife receives. It gives person a Danny Jr., was agood enoughstu-

comforting.the long deployments However which I dislike my broader Is an education outlook on In the itself.world and dent at St. Johns County Day
School to win a full '
husband makes and the small sevenyearTyny 'a'T
amout he Is paid. We definitelyneed Mrs. Karl Burghart, wife of Foundation Scholarship. :1ciLeM
more money. Burghart, AOl of V A-172 at Cecil Danny has chosen one of the coontry's -
better in Williams
Mrs. C.W. Labhart, wife of Field I have been happy as a Colleges :
where he plans to major in his-
Labhart AE2, of VW-4 I loveto navy wife for the past 12 years.
travel and :since I have been I don't like long deployments butI toryand English Literature.
realize But it hasn't been all booksIn
they are One
married to a :sailor, I have got- necessary.
which has Danny's life. While attending M
area
ten to see both coasts of the United
States and irked me for a the Clay County school he servedas

Puerto Rico. Of long time in the ,. assistant editor of the school
course, there Navy Is the den- paper and was class discussion
tal policy towards ]leader He was described in the
are disadvantt; ; t"
depend school paper as "the poor guy
to being a
wife. My Navy hus- ents. In the Air[ who always needs a ride." /
What does father think about
Force at
,
band flies a lot many
Bu hart
with I VW-4'' < stations the dependents rg his son's success? Danny Sr., isVFP62's
C. W. Labhartme. receive dental If career counselor and I
which worries care he would have JOHNSON JR. AND SR. sit behind a few of the honors
He also Is from home the workload permits. However, naturally liked to school
away Danny Jr. won while in high at St. Johns Country Day
his in the but
see son Navy, the
In the dental work for
quite often. I don't think we are Navy, no School.

getting enough money, and In my dependents Is authorized exceptIn .
opinion the Navy's rating sys- very Immediate emergencies.Mrs. .

tem Is bad. ___ _/:2h:: I t\t\ t':
Mrs. Robet E. Jones, wife of GordonPremeaux,wife of .': .:Jt\.l'if..4', ... ." .1' 't.
LTjg. Premeaux of VW-4 I am ,, ..
of have .
Jones ADR1 VW-4 I : T \ .' .
: : ... \.t\f.!"' '' ''' '\'' t-
been a Navy wife for nearly 20 very happy as a navy wife. I en- ;
joy all of the I
years and have enjoyed my life.
The free medi- regular benefits
cal attention and plus the well-
early retire- ] planned social '
ment are def- life. I think a
junior officercan A a
inite advantages. LI .
'
However, I think | live as well ,'.' ,
the commissaries as any young Premeaux
man beginning a
and Navy exchanges -
should Jones civilian career. I don't like the

back up and take a long hard lookat long separations. I don't like the
their policies. Its getting to the service at the local dispensary,

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.0
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1961 KARMANN GHIA R 9"Th95" $1095 itf


1960 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN R&H . . .$895
1961 VOLKSWAGEN, Red, Extra sharp . . .$99 5
1962 VOLKSWAGEN, Extra clean . . ... .$1150 NO RED TAPE-JUST: GREEN CASHTell
1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H, WSW, lots of extras... $1295
1964 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H, Many more extras .. .(1495
1962 KARMANN GHIA COUPE ... . . .(1495 us how much you need and when you need it. Call fora
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II 7'}'I', V-V.---- '_ r/ '-V:: LV : :f .. Service For You Is Coiirnissary Store Policy



flf fl To people throughout* the Navy, to the commissary several -
f
r rI I the commissary store Is recognized months ago. Since June 1961. r ll1ff-jg: parking space presently avail- 800 pounds of lamb, and over a
as a major fringe benefit when LCdr. Frank took chargeof able. ton of smoked and boneless hams,
[ Rock-bottom prices are the the commissary, there has and the workload in the meat ''i

major attraction to the average been other.notab1e Improvementson 7q iIiIIIJV Another department becomes unbeliev )
the sales floor. Improvement, badly able. V_
family.
military A portion of the store has been needed, Is the addition of an
However, to 100 men and wo- overhead _
remodeled. The area which now conveyor from the commissary Y14f11T17
men aboard NAS J Jax, the commissary houses the produce section and warehouse* across the According to Chief Deal, he '_ \
means more than a Into'the and his eight enlistedmen(which
frozen food cases has been street storage spaces _
fringe benefit. It means work, the added. This area had been behind the commissary. This Includes electricians, enginemen t ij ijL
and much of It. To the 65 military enclosed by a false wall with overhead conveyor will eliminate and boiler technicians) : ;
people working there, the behind it. The the "train" of groceries which plus four full-time civilian meat-
WAITING to get ;into the commissary and som.4meswoiting to g gt t commissary means a workday storage spaces moved to the shuttles between buildings cutters and four part-time meat- :
out the most difficult tasks for shoppers. which begins at 5:30: In the storage space was form line of
are buildingand now. A small tractor presently cutters an assembly _____ V J, 4I A /
rear of the commissary .. ____
morning and runs until 4:30: In after the wall had been removed pulls a string of floats carrying production. We can never 1 keep< kV _
the afternoon. For some of the thousand groceries.LCdr. enough meat in that case. All __
35 civilians employed by the commissary several square the meat which comes In here
_
Television Repair Complete SatidcctionFRENCH'S feet of was added to the
space
an early start at 5:30: I must be cut and trimmed,
a.m. Is also required. sales area. V 'x Frank as will LCdr. wrapped, and priced before
'
In late 1963, Mr. Frank movedthe ''V Wolfe when he
the
The man heading not only the assumes w.e can stock It In the
commissary store here at Jax, commissary office spaces duties, also serves as commissary sales case. We come to workat
but also Cecil Field and May- from the front of the store to ; I officer for Mayport and 5:30: In the morning starts JOE MORRIS, EM2, starts some of the 35,000 pounds of beef
Sales & Service
Radio TV port, Is presently LCdr. Daniel spaces In the present commissary < _3 .I.IL Cecil Field have both recently slicing meat, and hope that we* received weekly on its way to the assembly line cutting process.

Frank., LCdr. Frank Is sche- office building which added # V V .. completed remodeling work.
G. Whenwe
6357 103rd STREET ;V' ( I V S'' can keep up during theday.
duled for retirement June 30. additional space to the sales area. : ; keep up, we feel we have done
____
DIAL 771-4602 His relief, LCdr. W. D. Wolfe After this move was made, four Does that sound like a lot of an outstanding job because we A-I

has already arrived at J Jax and additional check-cut stands were responsibility? Stop and con simply can't get ahead of the -
"Twin Hill's Oldest and Most Reliable"TV had a chance to look over the added, to make the 11 current sider that during the month of shoppers.""

operation which he will head in checkout< stands. L h May, the NAS J Jax commissaryalone USED CARS
HOME & CAR RADIOS STEREO -N _
the near future. More improvements are sche- r- million dollars
sees ]1/2/ Despite the l long hours and extremely -
For LCdr. Frank, this tour of duled for the commissary, which BRIEFING LCdr. W. D. Wolfe gets the word from retiring corn- worth of groceries pass through hard work the men of

duty culminates 32 years of naval will be completed under Mr. missary officer LCdr. D. G., Frank.. Its checkout* counters I the commissary store seldom

service which h has carried him Wolfe's' direction. The commis- complain about their jobs. The
.4 BEST PRICES M JACKSONVILLE and his wife Hilda from Jack- will have a new look by the DUVAL MOTORS
sary Jesse S.. Deal CSCS, the meat fact that so many men there work
AND THE BEACHES sonville to Cairo, Egypt, to end of nejXt t spring when a new cent. to Hoyt Street will be torn After the store has been enlarged section manager, brought even cut of their rating doesn't dampen

,), Puerto Rico. The MississippiState floor and a drop ceiling have been down and extended outward 40 feet two more check-out more fantastic figures to light.A their spirits either. This should* BEST BUYS!
mRIDmrm graduate has also seen duty added to the interior of the store. for the entire length of the store. stands will be added. The increase quick check with his files stand as a tribute to LCdr.

aboard several ships as S Supply This interior work will be This enlarging will allow the in storage space will allow showed that during an average Dan G. Frank, the retiring offl-

,' officer. enhanced by a new lighting system dairy case to be expanded to one- enough room for aboot 50 week, the NAS J Jax commissary cer-In-charge, who, besides SAN JUAN LOT *
scheduled to completed by next half the entire length of the store additional grocery carts. This receives 35,000 pounds of beefin making many improvements and
1 Under LCdr. Frank's lea- spring. Modern dairy cases, completely should solve some of the traffic quarter form. Add to this the planning even more, has InstilledIn OFF ROOSEVELTSPECIAL

: OPARMANHarold has dership made, the the NASJ first Jax commissary towardsa Perhaps the best news for commissary enclosed, will be Installed. A problems inside the store,but ton of veal, 2 1/2/ tons of his men the quality of appre-
steps shoppers Istheenlargeing new meat counter* will be addedto the traffic problem outside the frying chickens, 3 1/2/ tons of ciating the satisfaction of a job
giant renovation program. Anew portion of the current modernization the store, which will also be store will remain congested,with pork, 1,500 pounds of spare ribs well done.
Butler warehouse* was added plan. The wall adja- enclosed. no relief in sight for the limited

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Fritz Pannan, Jr. Roosevelt ==I 64 FORD.$2395$ 62 FAIRLANE 500. ...$$1295
Lon Wrtber Normandy ; i[ Fostback.. 2 dr., V-8, Auto. 4 dr., sedan,V-8,auto/trans./

j. trans., R&H, PS. Air cond. R&H, Air cond.

SPEED, EQUIPMENT __ __________ _! 64 IMPALA.$2695$ 62 GALAXIE.$1495$

COMPUTE, UNE OF S MAG WHEELS I V I -- I I condition.Super sport, full power & airI 4 PS.dr., V-8, auto/trans./ R&H,

RACING SLICKS.. CHROME PIPES V 64VALIANT.$1495$

TACHOMETERS. $ &: FLOOR. SHIFTS ,. i ? 2 dr., 6 cyl., Straight stick., 62.FAIRLANE' 500 .... .$$1195.
-::j Heater. 2 dr., sedan, R&H, 6 cyl.,

NO S DOWN) S SI PAYMENT ) 164 VOLKSWAGEN. .....$$1395 Straight stick.

1' .. _j 2 dr., Like. New. 62 T-BIRD LANDAU.....$$2495

WE FINANCE I ANYONE I IN THE USN .. ___________________________ ____ -=63 FUTURA . .$$1595 Full powerindudingaircon.,
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ISV V \ 2 dr., hardtop, R&H, real dition.
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WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES : > .... ,;" .j =1 sharp. . .$
'6'' = 61 CHEVROLET R $9952 -
FREE FREE FREEWHEEL \ _.. ""t ''W.tq -63 GAlAXIE 500. ...$$1895
:' ;< ,,,, ''I<< V 2 dr., sedan, 6 cyl., straight
., < 'r ... ......... __ VV R&H.. ,
""' ==j 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans./ : stick, R&H.
WHEEL BRAKE Ti TiSHOPPERS < V I power steer. & brakes. air
:: V V'V _____ ______ =1 cond. 61OLDSF-85.$1195$
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Wagon, auto. trans., R&H.,
V 163 FALCON. . . $$1295
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BLACK RECAPS 750 .14- .. ). .t 2 dr., 6 cyl., auto/trans./
670 15 BIKTT x ,
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13'' & 14 WSWTBIS.All keep the men of the commissary's meat dept. busy. : ,. ','1 '"' ci PRICING GRAPES was one job Eugenio Estapo, EM3. didn't learn | FALCON ...... $$1195 58MERCURY.$495$
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$$105,000, worth of meat passed over this counter last month. +,', ." <<,' .; L: in electricians mate school. -i 4 dr., sedan, 6 cy.., Straight 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans./ R&H.
", =
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'. ': >. ==== 57 CHEVY . . .$$495
tJ.. '.. '. I ...,.. ,.,' 1 "..''IIi" l r im . .... $$1495 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, standard
AUTO SERVICE CENTER t ) r I II '1Wl, 1 i 2 dr., 4 speed trans., R&H. shift, R&H.
PRICES EXCHANGE PLUS TAX lvnil\; : I: ROOSEVELT MALLCARWASH

ALL OTHER SIZES lOW, LOW, LOW CHECKING OUT Army SMoj.of. of he Army Advisory Group located _
MUFFLERS );( cZ: = SHOCKS in downtown Jacksonville tod d Jax Air News that the NAS

All FerdProducts COMET the samfe as most Army commissaries. MANY MORETO CHOOSE FROM !
ENGINE OVERHAUL ,4tiS ;b.:. MIRCIHY. Jax commissary was about ....AND

REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95 I.Cfpt C f-B.rd. ".'Lincoln:. V ',k: r--' '.V9 9 9.80

SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 -
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$$1 A I LINCOLN CHURCH of CHRIST CAN! YOU 8:30 AM-6PM:
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BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CARBALI (Parts & Labor) 10.95 14.20'+ $ OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY
Z MI.93. 5223 \\\ESCONETT\' BLVD. I TAKEYOURCAR I
8:30: AM 1:30: PM
SUNDAY
JOINTS % -
REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95 NEAR NAS WITH YOU? DUVAL
FACTORY AIR JUST OFF TIMl'QUANA\ :\ RD, I' j jI ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTERON
SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 CONDITIONING For Financing And Insurance LOCATED IN TilE

24 Month or 24,000, Mile ) SUNDAYS: Stateside And Overseas. Call,. ROOSEVELT BLVD. r

BIG p CHIEF TIRE) CO. I WARRANTY $$20 $$20 lAn.I Per. 10.00 A.M.. BIBLE I ,WORSHIP," I DYER M. BURR (
representingGOVERNIENT EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
lfUF
11:00: A.M.\ t.WORSHIP. \\ % EMPLOYEES ; 1 MOTORS ] 7-00: P.M.EVENING. \' I SERVICE i
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VP-16 0' Wives


Honor Two FAW-11


Wives At Coffee


CECIl. FIELD.. A tasty peach
punch, enjoyed by the VP-16 Officers -
Wives Club of NAS Jax, : : :

was a gift from Mrs. M. E. Kingof
<- the Georgia Peach Commission -
: 'f,' ( Experimental Station where \ '

II"\:Y'), .. "' the peach concentrate is.pack \\T'
'
\
V .:. aged.

A. C. CASON, wife of Copt. Cason, Commodore of Fleet Honnored guests at the VP-16 :

Air Wing 11, accepts a cup of Peach Punch from Mrs. J. F. Rai- coffee hour, held last Wednes- f r
ford, who served as hostess for the VP-16 coffee hour held at day were Mrs. A. C. Cason and

Cecil Field. Mrs. H. B. Stott,
Mrs. H. B. Stott Mrs. Cason's

husband, Captain Cason, is pre-
sently Commodore of Fleet Air

73 PIZZA P4NTRY Wing H. He will be relieved by
Captain Stott in July

e TAKE OUT ORDERS DINJNCf ROOM *..*******.

CJ PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS VP16 Wives bid a farewell to
LOBSTER ANYONE?? Copt. Charles W. Pitman, Jr. (right),
;c ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI Mrs. John Hemmer and at the CO of NARTU Jax, accepts a 25 1/2 pound lobster from Cmdr.

same time entend a warm wel- Charles Cibula, Administration Officer of Helicopter Squadron742

fI "PIZZA... come to Mrs. William Kirhke. attached to NARTU. The presentation took place June 18 when the
s**..*.*.* squadron returned from two-weeks active
L our specialty"FRANK duty training at NAS,
) Other Squadron guests at the Quonset Point R.I.
DERICKSONIn Cecil Field coffee hour were Mrs.
Billie Thornton and Mrs. Al
Ceramic Classes Capt MackrothTo
the Heart of Cedar Hills Harris.

FRA Members Elect Planned For HAS
3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 Preside At
. New Officer Slate The NAS Jax Recreation Division -

Hobby Shop Is planning to
Election of new Branch 126 sponsor weekly Ceramic classesfor AFMA LuncheonCaptain
officers was held Thursday, the amateur ceramist.

Need money for "R&R" June Association 17, at hall the, Fleet 7673 Blaming Reserve The classes will be under the John R. Mackroth,

direction of Mrs. William Eggle- Commanding Officer of NAS Sax
Blvd., West Jacksonville, Flori-
of the Cecil Field
ston, formerly and Chapter President of the
da.The Ceramics Shop. Mrs. Egglestondrew Armed Forces Management Association -
following members were
record crowd with her
a will preside at the
elected: President Robert N.
demonstration thus
June 20th association's luncheon
meeting,
Boyd, second term; 1st Vice-
prompting the scheduling of today at the NAS Officer's Club.
president, W.H. Washaliski second
weekly classes. Guests speaker at the luncheon
term; 2nd Vice-president The first meeting of the class
will be Mr. John Hollister, audi-
Harry N. WilsonSecretary; ,Wil- will be a "what can I do withthis" tor of the city of Jacksonville who
son H.SandeferTreasurer; W.G.
of If
so
type meeting you will discuss some management-
Zeilman; Board of Directors:
have a piece of greenware,bisque oriented problems associatedwith
II.r O.L. Allen L.P. Whitmire, Tom would
finished
the
or product you A
Cowart, G.A. Clark, Gene municipal government.
like to change, bring It along with large crowd of AFMA members
Grimes, J.E. W.L.
Murphy,
brushes, glases, etc. and their Is
guests expected as
Wood, G.A. Floyd, L.I. Lorbeer, Interested personnel are invited -
Mr. Hollister Is noted local
a
Kent Charles Noble Rob-
A.D.
,
8378 for further
.' to call Ext. with flair for
figure a
ert Winslow, Harry Dawson Bill for the using
Information or to register
r Ditzler and humor to drive home some very
Henry Easterling.Fleet
first class to be held June 29th, weighty points.
Reserve Association at Bldg. 898, from '-9 p.m..
/ AFMA members are also reminded
membership consists of career
men with four years active enlisted that the national conven-
11 i service, Navy or Marine, 'Perry Mason' Completes tion is scheduled for August 30

active duty or retired. Member- Filth Morale Trip to RVN through September 3 In Washington -

ship in Branch 126 is over 900 D.C., and plans to attend
strong. The next Branch meet- Saigon (AFPS) -- RaymondBurr should be made now.

ing will be Thursday, July 15. television's "Perry
Get HFC Traveloan Mason" completed his fifth tripin
an Visitors are welcome at all meet- Jax Navy Credit
ings. three years to the Republicof
VIet-Nam recently, as a
Rest and relax. Refresh and restore yourself on your morale booster of Americanser- Union Declares

leave, and leave money worries behind at HFC. What's in a word? It dependson vicemen stationed here.

Household will provide money for every travel need: whether the word is right or With completion of his latest 4.8 % DividendAt

transportation, lodging, clothing, sports equipmenteven lacks a letter. A sign in Lock- tour, he has flown more than
port N.Y., In a back-to-school a meeting of the Board of
a cash reserve. You can repay HFC convenientlywhen 25,000 air miles, Inside RVN.
display, was susposed to read Directors of the Jax Navy Fed-
you return. When you need money for any "Big Wheel on Campus." Un- eral Credit Union held on June

good purpose, trust the company trusted by 150,000 fortunately, it lacked the "W". 14 a regular semi-annual dividend -

servicemen every year. Borrow with confidence and School Management- at the rate of 4.8/0per annum
repay with convenience at Household Finance. was declared.

This dividend will be pain on

Borrow to $600 share balances for the semiannual -
up PAT'S t wEBB'STAILOR
period of January 1
Take to 24 months to
up repayAsk
through June 30.
SHOP LAUNDRY &
All dividends will be paid as a

about credit life Insuranceon SPECIAL DRY CLEANERS credit to members share accounts -
loans at group rates however will net be available -
WIDE MARINE for withdrawal until

HOUSEHOLDFINANCE CHEVRONS t posting to Individual accounts is

$1 00 SEWN SHIRTS & WHITE UNIFORMS I. completed on or about July 9.
ON OUR SPECIALTY1CROSS The Credit Union office will

SEAFARERS UNIFORMSTHE t remain "open for business"dur-

=HD'I R.\lLRO.\D FROM I ing the dividend calculation and'
r yaa = posting period,which has not been
ONLY STAR MACHINE MSYUKON
25 West the case In past years. AccordIng -
4 Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 IN TOWNPAT'S t
- k FLORIDA to Manager, FJ. Kucera"wedo
Cedar Hills Shopping Center not feet that internal peak work
TAILOR. SHOP "ONE FRIEND loads should retractthe provisionof
., 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
?EXTTOWEBB'S t TELLS ANOTHER" our services to the member-
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 ship. It Is our intention to con-
Ask about.tar evening hur .
.
: duct business as usual"


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NEWS-AFTERBURNER
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Bud Clark ComboTo ,
Movies Club Schedules p r p.;'::':;:::;::.::;".,::" ;;.:;:;:':.:::-...:":'7.1'r: .::':::: ;i 1:
Provide MusicAt : ::: :%" ::'< : ::
Movies will shown regularlyt "0" Want'f Ad Section
CLU3 Music on Fri- ; :
;
!
7 p.m. Monday through Satur- day night will be provided by Chief's ClubThe ; \ ik vuuj uuvwww. :':Htf W Mt.S''Jmi&>
aYe Charlie with the
Jay Sophisti-
NATTC will have two feature Kats on Saturday. For the gourmet popular Bud Clark Combo Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
will provide music for
limes 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Tuesday's foreign dish will dancing 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
rdays and Sundays. The hospital !- be Mexican. During the summer Saturday night (June 26)) at the later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.

will have one feature on '' a Patio Band will be featured NAS Jax CPO Club. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
7 Dud and his group will begin unless the is instruded otherwise.A .
)undays at p.m. every Wednesday night. following week publisher
All shows at Cecil Field begin CPO CLUB The Chief's playing at 8:30 P.M. at the Club's check or money order for the full cost of the od must be

at 7 p.m. Club Is open for regular businessIn temporary quarters, Building received WITH the copy for the ad.

These are subject to change. Bldg. 593 and Is serving light 593, In te NATTC area.Dancingwill DO NOT SEND CASH

lunches Bud Clark will end at 12:30 A.M. and the RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . ... . .$2.00
Thursday, June 24 dancing music on Saturday provide night Club will close thirty minutes Per additional line ((4 words per line..0.50)

AS Raiders from Beneath the and Vern Henderson Duo will entertain later.
Sea Ken Scott, Merry Anders on Wednesday. The music of Bud Clark has -- D.. assssss ---
World Without Sun ACEY found many followers among Club
NATTC DUCEY CLUB Friday -
NEW
patrons. He appeared frequentlyat FURN APT ORTEGA SECT CARS MILITARY DIS-
Documentary night will star Mark Castle the old CPO Club. fac river, 15 min.,. from NAS COUNT. Factorydrlveouts.save
[Hospital Fool Killer Tony Combo and the Temptations will Write WilliamsP.
The Vern and Ted duo Is now 1 adult only. $25 wk incl utlL hundreds Mr.
I Perkins, Ed Albert provide the entertainment on Sat & phone 3889886. O. Box 2177, Jacksonville,
the
appearing regularly at CPO
I Cecil Field HeU to Eternity urday. Phil Cay and the Chan- Florida.
Jeffrey Hunter,Patricia Owens tels will be featured on Club. They play for dancing each FOR SALE 3 BR home, closeto
Sunday. Wednesday evening and have become NAS $100 down $50 month. OPEN FOR INSPECTION 3 & 4
,
is
Tuesday with
Friday, June 25 starting at 7:30 game p.m.BLUEJACKETS night. bingo favorites of Club patrons. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- BR, 2 1/2 BA,ALLBRICK,COM-

| NAS War Party Michael Miller INN 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. MUNITY POOL, $16,800 -
Dancing et cefeu 771-8688 6039 LONG-
._ $27,500, ,
Davey Davidson Friday will be to Carl Boyd and
[ NATTC Raiders from Beneaththe the Rhythmn Kings,and on Fri- Real Estate: Information on CHAMP DRIVE.

Sea Ken Scott, Merry and yrr sales, purchases, equities, rent-
day Sunday to March Wilson
t. als or FHA VA homes. Call TWO 6500 BTU air conditioners,

Anders and Redcoats. Saturday's music Walter T. Bowen,USN Rtd. Char- excellent, Call ext. 241 or 430,
Hospital World Without Sun will be provided by Phil Cay and NAS,
ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511
DocumentaryCecil Chantels. Every Monday patronscan '
or 387-2851 at .
Field Get Yourself a get 2 pizzas for the price of night.JACKSONVILLE New 35HP Electric EVINRUDE.

College Girl Mary Ann Mob- 1 and Wednesday Is bingo night. SCHOOL OF Ran approx. 20 Hrs. Ltig. Luke;

ley, JoAnn O'Brien USO NOTES Special events REAL ESTATE Offers classes, NAS Ext. 498/8402.

this week Include a Favorite Tues. & Thurs. 7-10 P.M., 4
Saturday, June 26 BOAT FOR SALE: 17 Ft, Fiberglas -
Planter wks. to complete course
Party on Friday night. prep.
NAS Hush Hush Sweet Char- June's Birthday Party will be on for Fla. Real Estate exam, cost Mercury Mark 75 Eke.

lotte Bette Davis, Joseph Saturday. Vespers this Sunday $35.00, for details call 384-4008, start, new tilt trailer, loaded,

Cotten will be at the St. Johns Pres- 2738 Park St. EV 7-7376.

NATTC War Party Michael byterian Church. Mystery Nightat HOMES SALE RENT AKC Reg.Black Mln.Poodle Male

Miller, Davey Davidson the USO Is slated for Monday. Some no do, Many $0 $100 dn. 2 yrs. old. $70. Call 388-

Hospital Raiders from Beneaththe Grandpa was fond of Ice No closing costs. New homes. 7676 or 771-7265 after 6 PM
Sea Ken Scott, Merry very
All the X-TRAS, Family Rm,
cream, and his hostess thought
Anders It would be Fenced yd., built-in RIo 'HOUSE FOR SALE -OrtegaHllls
a special treat to
Cecil Field The Fool Killer You name It. TIMMERMAN Near: NAS Sax Now vacant, 3BR,
fruit sherbet
serve a at adinner. Mn
Tony Perkins, Ed Albert "How did like the RLTY. BRKR 771-2792 and ,Den,' 1 1/2 Baths, newly re-

you WEll.,X ASKED FOR A 7711861. finished, Inside, low dwn pymnt.
dessert? she asked
Grandpa
Sunday, June 27 PROMOTION LIKE YOU SAID. will pay closing cost 7241 Pine-
later. FOR SALE TV, RadioPhonoComb
AND I DIDN'T GET IT, LIKE
vine Dr. Phone 387-2428 after
"It was right good," he admitted YOUR MOTHER SAID. AND I $75. Bd Suite plus
NAS The New Interns "But I could never get GOT BUSTED, LIKE( I SAID/ bedding, $150. Dinette $25. 4:30 P.M. or weekends.

Michael CaUan\ Stephanie Powers my own cows to eat oranges. Call Mrs. Clark, 389-2901 after Would like ride or will consider

.4. taking a rider from the Beach

NATTC Hush, Hush Sweet k. HELP WANTED Top pay for area to the Jacksonville Naval

Charlotte -Beetle Davis,Joseph The two Sharp Ladies Experienced in Air Station and return. Working

Cotten MightiestWarrior Operation of composition equip- hours 8-4:30 Mondays through

Hospital War Party Michael ment (Jus tow riter, Verityper, Fridays. Call extension 434.

Miller, Davey Davidson i' Etc.) Fast typists with News-
WASHING MACHINE BROKEN?
Cecil Field World Without Sun-
.v4 Emperor paper experience also qualify. New machine? Used machine? or
Documentary Call 359-4040, Mr. Holt, 10-
let us repair your old one. Call
of All Time !
Monday, June 28 12 A.M. week days. 2646225.

NAS Baby, the Rain Must Fall- FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3
FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2 B,
Steve McQueen, Lee Remick rms, best barg In city for couple. fnced
t' AT LAST A ROLE FOR bk yd., $100 equity, pay
NATTC The New- Interns $12.50 wk pi utiL 388-9886.
OMAR SHARIF EQUAL 10 HIS closing costs, 6107 George Wood
Michael Callan Stephanie Powers + ACCLAIMED PERFORMANCE IN
I Y I LAWRENCE' OF ARABIA!" HOME FOR SALE: neg a Hills, Ln'E., NAS ext. 587.

-Earh Wilson near NAS, 3 BR, 1 1/2 B,
Hospital Hush, Hush, Sweet perfect cond., smll dwn. pymnt, 1957 PLYM 4 dr. sedan, p/s
Charlotte Bette Davis,
389-4137. $135. 12 ft. plywd boat anchor

Joseph Gotten & oars $45. F. W. Huisinga,
Cecil Field Raiders From Beneath PRIVATE TRAILER LOT for
the Sea Ken Scott, i:., LOIUMBUPICIUSpamfl PANAVISION' TECHNICOLOR rent, $30 mo., fully equipped, 388-6430 after 1700.

Merry Anders rGENCNIS KNANstis1EPIEN BOYO'JAMES MASON good water, dry lot, 6338 Wood- FIVE POINTS 2150 Park St.

Tuesday, June 29 ,, '4IIACN' F RA"aCOISE" DORLEAC'1EIEY SAVAIASr man Dr. Chief Cox 771-5745. Apts. Beautifully furnished apts,

STARTS FRIDAY! ORANGE PARK spacious 3BR, prlv ent., Ideal location, will ac-
2 B brick terz firs A/C comodate 2 3
NAS Mister Moses Robert or bachelors or

Mitchum, Carroll Baker conv NAS, lkefrnt prlvlgs, business people. 387-6010.

NATTC Baby, the Rain Must $16,500. sm equity, take over
Fall Steve McQueen, Lee Re- pmyts call after 1 P.M. 264- ORANGE PARK 33 Judson Clr.

mick 6629. furn apt nr. NAS, waterfrnt

Hospital The New Interns -MDEY' OCEAN, VIRGINIA BEACH prvs, phone 264-9632.

Michael Callan, Stephania Powers NORFOLK For buying, renting '
FOR RENT 3 Cum houses in
or property management, call front of Harris's Grocery Hattie
Cecil Field War Party 428-7421 anytime for Individual
Nolan teL 289432LFOR
Michael Miller, Davey David- LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO attention. Jeanne S. Rice, Real-

son tor, ANCHOR REALTY, Pacific RENT turn gar apt,

Wednesday, June 30 GO DISCOTHEQUE! at 30th, Virginia Beach. 2732 1/2 Lydia St., near Park&

SINGER AUTOMATIC King, one or cple. adults Igts &
NAS Boy Ten Feet Tall Edward DANCING UNTIL 2 AM CONSOLE MODEL wter, $65. mo. 3873942.

G. Robinson, Fergus Mc- Original price $300, has baL
Lelland NIGHT EACH
LADIES $82. or reliable party can assume FOR LEASE 4 BR, 2 B, new
NATTC Mister MosesRobert EVENING.
THURSDAY $8. mOo paymts. Sewing house Central heat & A/C,$200.
Mitchum Carroll Baker DRINKS FOR LADIES
MIXED
machine makes button holes, Zig- mo. 264-2424. .
Hospital Baby, the Rain Must HALF PRICE
Zag designs sews buttons,etc.
Fall Steve McQueen Lee Re- BUILD ON YOUR OWN LOT, NO
Call 353-1946 or nite, will
day "
mick BLANDING BLVD. FROM
3909 MONEY DOWN, $49.50a
deliver. Can take older machine
Cecil Field Hush Hush Sweet month 771-8697 OR 7718688.
CASE LOTS AT COST + 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE in trade. A1SEWINGMACHINECO. ,
Charlotte Bette Davis, Longchamp IJomes.NE .
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PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER JUNE 24, 1965SixtyFive


w.tiy .,
Midshipmen 1. I



Hosted By Patron SevenDuring JAX MARINESif .


the week June 14-18, group to the squadron. Cdr.
sixty-five NROTC Midshipmenhad Toole described to them the importance -

the opportunity to see a Patrol of each man in a squadron MERTORIOUS MAST: Interview show in connection with R..
Squadron in action. VP-7 and his performing his assigned A Mertorious Mast was held Flag Day observance, Monday
was participating in the MInlbex task well This is especially June 14 for CoL Erro1P Ortego, at 9:30 a.m. This unit includeda
exercise during the midshipmenvisit. true during around-the- MAD, NATTC. His citation read: color guard who opened the ,
clock ASW exercise, one of which "During the period Jan 11, show by presenting"colors". \ 99Yi
At 8 .m.. on the 14th Cdr. the midshipmen witnessed.The "
1965 to June 11, 1965 as a strident '
W. D. Took Jr., Commanding midshipmen were at NAS in Aviation Electrician's PROMOTIONS: : : : "

Officer of VP-7 welcomed the Jax for their indoctrination In School Class "A", you main- GySgt. Billy K. Groves was (, .. ,,,:., p 5
the ASW Maritime Air phase of tained and completed the school promoted to his present rank ".' )'\. ;, ,' '

WE CANFINANCE naval aviation. They learned with a score well above your by LtCoL 1 1..B. .Dochterman.
about the present mission and MARTD officer and RETIREMENT after
predicted grade. This accomplishment commanding 23. .
ANYONE tasks of VP squadrons. At VP7in has displayed exceptional WO-1 George W. Dilley receivedhis MSGT. Vernon W. Knox, USMC
GUARANTEED GOOD USED particular, they learned what initiative, motivation warrant and promotion In the joined the list of Marines gone to
CARS WITH $30. DOWN the Command Is, what it does, and a desire to learn on your United States Marine Reserve. pasture after a long and honor.
BEFORE SEE US YOU FIRST BUY. why It does it, and how it fits part. WO-1 Dilley Is a member of ed tour of service. He will r.
Into the overall picture of the This achievement In a diffi- Reserve Attack Squadron, VMA- side in Orange Park Fla. with
SunshineSTATE seapower the United States needs cult technical school required 144. his family. His last duty station -
MOTORS today. diligent application and was with the Marine Avia-
many
2 LOCATIONS All of the midshipmen had the hours of extra effort after normal MARTD OUTING: tion Detachment, NATTC, NAS,

ZZ53 DLANDINO BLVD. opportunity to fly during their school hours, and is even more Wednesday, June 9th, found:! the Jax. The veteran Marine saw
388-1564 short visit. Before each flight, note worthy in that all studentsin area of duty for MARTD Marines action throughout e Pacific in
744)6) N. MAIN ST. they were given a brief presen- this school posses excellent and their families moved to the World War II and with the First
7(8-1983 tation of ASW equipment and qualifications. Your performancehas Enlisted Men's Beach, May port. Marine Aircraft Wing in Korea.
weapons and also a brief description His retirement will be a short
The
brought credit to yourself day was spent enjoying
he has been
one as already
and to the Marine! Corps." steaks, hamburgers, cold bev-
employed by the Ace Hardware
erages, and all the trimmings.The Orange Park, and
Company
MARTD:
I \-JQ McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE annual family gettogetherwas should be behind the countersin
Members of the Marine Air highlighted! by sporting a day or so.
Reserve Training Detachment events the youngsters
were kept busy during the weekIn beating the dais. The water was cers take notlc a Technical
AGENCY. INC observance of Flag Day, June fine and the water In the heavys Information Bulletin from tfead-
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS held off all day after threatingto quarters Marine Corps states:
14th.WFGATV
Inspection of M-14 rifles should
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS sent a special Color rain most of the day. There's
ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS Camera crew out with sound nothing like, but most of the men be made In actual sunlight, using
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS- 22's FILED equipment to film a salute to the were heard saying they'd be gladto the northern sky as a background.<
Naval Air Station Office Naval station Office Flag featuring Marines from get back to work where they Artificial light will give a false
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road MARTD.To could rest-up Indication on true rifle condi
Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla. film the three minute saluterequired don. For Instance, the bore may
Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649 two full hours In the hot WIVES CLUB: appear to have defects that do

sun In lull dress blues. All 13 News from the Enlisted Marine not exist when Inspected under
Marines agreed it was worth it. Wives Club informs us that a artificial light. Furthermore, the
The film featured a color detail farewell dinner was held for chromed bore of the M-14 rifle
ZJA7 7 man firing squad and a Gerry Keene at the New South presents a different surface inspection -
bugler. The field] music was fur- Inn. An farewell dinner was held appearance, as com-
nished by the Marine! Barracks, Inn. An enjoyable time was had pared to the unplated bore foundIn
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. NAS, Jax.Filmed. by all Gerry was given the the M-l rifle."

a full week In advance, traditional pin for her going a- EIGHT MARINE SQUADRONS
the movie footage, taken in full way gift and she also receiveda :
color, both in the silent verson hurricane lamp as a reminderof Eight U.S. Marine Corps aviation -
and repeated with sound, was her enjoyable tour in the state squadrons were awardedthe
transferred to video tape and of Florida. Navy Unit Commendation to-
narration added. The productionwas Plans in the future are for a day by the Secretary of the Navy.
under the direction and filmed bake sale and a pool party.Clothing The units, all attached to
by Clyde Montgomery of is being collected for the Marine Air Group (MAG) -16 of
WFGATV.The Duval Medical Center. Anyone the 1st MAW, were commended
completed product was having any good used clothingor for: "...extremely meritorious
then aired throughout the day, desiring information about performance of duty and conspicuous -
VIiI June 14th, In salute to the American the club please call 7810633or intrepidity in action
Flag.In 781-3259. which serving as military advisors -

addition, a five men unit of providing helicopter sup-
Marines appeared on "Camera M-14 RIFLE INSPECTION: port of forces of the Republic of

Please", WFGA-TV's morning Marine Staff NCOs and offl- Vietnam Involved in combat

..... ..... operations against guerrrilla
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-- -- ." forces .
; tr .:: ""' a Viet COrKY) ."
-
Units listed .Lithe citation as

I 'PATIO \ recipients of the award are: SubUnit
Tow of MABS-16, and HMM

Squadrons 162, 261 361, 362,
K B I-i: BR I ICl 364, and 365. The units receivedthe
; d4'll award for their role In the
Vietnam conflict as advisors
UR1D 7 ICI. "it : from April 1962 to December
cL 1964.
BR 3 c BR 2 f ll a Ji Sub Unit Two Is the only unit
that remained in Vietnam for the
\ k V 1 V : .. entire period for which the aviation -
V Vl
units were commended.It .
Model A-1 I \, / was a "housekeeping" organi-
I l \
From its large pidure window in the front to its I ; zation for the seven helicopter
safety glass sliding doors opening on to a spacious J I'r.. ;\ squadrons which rotated their
patio, here is Florida living priced tofitany budget. ,:; tours In the Southeast As Ian coun-
3 Bedrooms, 1 1/2 Baths, with more than ample ; j '
try.The
storage area. I II ,,t".., 4. _, flying Leathernecks, In
carrying out their combat
support
:ElELL.A.I: : THE BIG ONE GySgt. Roy B. May receives congratulation missions, were often exposed to
A I from Major H. E. Lewis, ExcO, MAD, NATTC, after signing on heavy hostile fire close
ranges.
( : HOME BUILDERS: I3STC.: the dotted line for the big one, the enlistment that would put The citation recognizes the ". .
him over "twenty.; May has completed 1 18 years with the Corps heroic actions, devo-
tJ and re-upped for another four. He was a student here in 1942 tion courageous
You are cordially Invited to to duty and meri-
inspect our homes at your convenience exceptional
and in
Ak, I 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) turned again third 195657.time After learning all there was, he has re- torious service of these highly
a only this time as an instructor in aviation efficient
Marine
\ V subjects. .. Corps Teams
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Jax Bowling ..........
All About The Birds And

Results 1 1 ; \ ;

NAVY: :;: SPORTSIronman : ; DovesTALLAHASSEE
;; : : Bees And Quail And
NATIONAL LEAGUE .......... : :; ::: : : ; : .. .. ::.. ......... ............. .............
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June
Thursday, 10
Airframes 3 Spartans 1 Spring is the first nesting Is not successful"to
AEWRON B 3 Airmen 1 time when nature begins to replenish heck with It" and It's try
Lucky Seven 2 NCOs 2 Captain's Cup her own. Fields and again next year. The gobbler Is
Protrons 3 Marines' '1 forest that appear barren inwin- a poor father and never assists
Five Sharps 4 AOMD 0 ter usually come alive with the with the nesting or raising the
Rejects 3 Warriors 1 Competition Nears End sight and sound of wildlife dur- young.
CPOs 4 Mixers 0 ing the summer. The determination Ducks and geese are a deter-
Sidewinders 4 Paymasters 0 to recreate Is especially mined group and if the first nest-
Ironman strong among certain members of Ing Is not successful they will try
NATIONAL LEAGUE Captain's CupWith Florida's wild kingdom, and this again. With ducks, the drake
Thursday, June 17 determination is an important seldom assists with nesting or
Lucky Seven 4 Spartans 0 the results of Intramural Mid-way through the annual factor in wildlife being ableto raising the young. The gander,
Airmen 3 Marines 0 golf, track and field, and basket- Captain's Cup race Cecil Field meet the demands of the however, Is more of a familyman
ball.completed and tallied VP-30 finds perrenlal toughie AMD our .'. and
NCOS 3 Five Sharps 1 sportsmen. I Is always present to lenda
leads in competition for the first in front of the rest of the ,.
Sky Warrior 4 AOMD 0 Wildlife biologists maintain helping hand, both In guardingthe
Mixers 2 Presagers 2 half 1965 Iron Man Trophy with by 34 points. close watch during spring and nest and In caring for the
1650 points. Trailing closely behind AMD retired the Cup last .
3 AEWRON"B" 1 yearat summer on the family habitsof goslings.
Paymasters Is the Naval Hospital with this Naval Air Station after
Pelicans 3 CPOs 1 fish and game, as successful Fishermen should know that
1400 points, FAW-11 with 100 winning the honors for the third reproduction usually means It's the male that does most ofthe
AMERICAN LEAGUE points, FICEUR with 875 points year. successful hunting and fishing. house keeping in the bass
Monday June 14 850 and 679th radar squadron with The June point totals listed Early failure to reproduce does family. The, male: selects the
AEWRON A 2 3rd Crewmen 2 points. below Include basketball volley not necessarily mean poor hunt- home site and fans the bed. After
Playboys 2 Cannon Cockers 2 However, VP-30's lead will be ball, fall golf, winter bowling and Ing or fishing as mand wild creatures the female deposits.her eggs It's
reduced to a mere 50 points when first round Softball finals.
Eagles 3 ComStore 1 seem to follow a slogan of the male that stays home and
Dlllys 3'' Neptunes 1 the final results of last week's Department Points "If at first you don't succeed, guards the nest from other fish.
Chiefs 3 I Electrons 1 swimming meet have been figured try try again." f eSt The female ,may lay from
AOMD 3 Flag Staffs 1 Into Ironman standings. The AMD 109 With quail It's a matter of one .to ten thousand eggs, with
Cloak & Daggers 3'( Guessers 1 Softball and bowling standings Administration 75 determination and in the!event the average around five thousand.
Riggers 4. Darters 0 have to be figured Into the Iron- Operations 74 the first eggs destroy&f, the Deer production depends to.
man program before a final winner Weapons 57 woodland
Metros 4 Doctors 0 birds will e jtorentstuntil some degree on the
is announced Supply 43 late in success oil until habitat, and' dory, on good deer
CONTINENTAL'LEAGUE VP-30, tied for 2nd place in Dental 40 they. are in bringing range often produce twins after
Wednesday, June 16 the American Softball league Marines 19 off a brood;" The cock remainswith their first'' year'whlJe those on
Mockers 4 Anchors 0 holds\ a large advantage over the Public Works 14 the hen :during incubationand poor land or overcrowded conditions -.
Supply 3 Pizzans 1 hospital buried In eighth placein Medical 7 should the hen be preventedfrom generally produce single
the National softball league. Security -2. the the cock fawns
completing job Florida fawns
Avions 4 Poll Grips 0 ? every year. .
"" .
JII n"'l% 'U: f' --11
Cursors 4 Paymasters 0 will take over the nesting.,'well ark ye throughout tie year with
Trailer Sailors 3 BB Stackers 1 m' as raising the young.Reproduction .. j j I ;peak from J'anustyrogh April
Owl Hoots 4 Vultures 0 with dove Is a ''in South Florida andt continuing
Sky Warriors 4 Thunderheads continuing process.and: while the through \gust'and September: in
ILQ nest usually contains only two Northwest Florida "* J
Army AFES 3 Torch Pots 1
Spoilers 3 Tipplers 1 eggs they hatch in'about thirteen The larger animals show lessarddttlmTAttbn
days and the young are reMdy toweave to recreate thah
Kingpins 2 Mix Masters 2
: the nest In about twelve the small. Florida's black bear
i:1 1*' '11' As the leave produce alternate -
... '::: days. soon as young young only during
Jax Bowling '.. '.. .. ....... home, nesting activity is resumedand yea.rs and generally give
the cycle continues until.later birth to two cubs. On the other
StandingsNATIONAL in the fall. hand the gray squirrel may produce
Wild turkeys are not lib ted two litters a year with from
among the determined and if the two to three young per liner:
LEAGUE

CPOs 44-20

Five Sharps 451/2.221/2 r
Sky Warriors A 43-29

Pelicans AirFrames 38-26 39-29 HURRY !

Sidewinders 39-29 :1: -r--

CONTINENTAL LEAGUE

Mix Spoilers Masters 47-21 49-19 COMFAIRJAX Bowling team present Rear Admiral Robert Gold Only A Few Of These

Owl Hoots 43-21 thwaite with bowling trophy they captured recently in the Com-
NavAirlant Bowling tournament held in Norfolk.' They won the
Cursors 44-24
46-26 tournament rather handily ComFairNorVa, cinching the top Values Left
Supply spot in the third set of' games. Shown from left to right are:
AMERICAN LEAGUE D.C. Newell, AEC, of Patrol Squadron Sixteen; D.J. Bofia, PHI I,
of Heavy Photographic Squadron Sixty Two; Admiral Goldthwaite,
Cloak & Daggers 50-18 H. H. Henley, AGC, of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four; 1965 Belvedere
Eagles 43 1/2 20 1/2 and R.R. Turie, AE1, of' Patrol Squadron Forty-Five. Chief Henley $
Needlers 41-23 carried the high average going into the tournament with a 183. 2795
3rd Crewmen 401/2.271/2 The team carried an average 904 gomethroughoutthe tournament i 4-DoorSedans ...
Chiefs 38-26 Other members of the team not pictured are Frank Magito, AOC,
If nobody knows the trouble from Sanford, and N. Meade AB2 of VW4.

you've seen, you're not living ina Completely equipped with factory air and
small town. SEGRAVES SERVICE CENTER
Sid Landfield power. Some with as little as 2,000 actual

AUTO-MARINE SERVICE ... miles. All have 50,000 mile or 5-year

PHilliPS UfI! Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega River ( !,
SAVE NO Won those
HONDAMOTORCYCLES warranty. cars priced
PHONE 389.1161 _.:
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ALL MODELS
S&II and Plaid Stamps
NOTHING DOWN Fuel Oil Service Diol-o-Car
Mechanical Body Re pairs Service Pier 17 Marina U-Haul DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT

\\e Give Merchant Green Stamps
Boat gas at Regular Station Prices
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Cecil FieldSoftball Jax NavySoftballStandings Stewart PitchesDoubleheader
[ COLUMN LEFTBy

Dave Colby
CECIL FIELD--After a week Wins BothGamesRubberarmed

long layoff because of rainy ..AMERICAN LEAGUE. Don Stewart of Big League baseball, not to be cast aside from its professional
weather, Softball has once again VAP-62 12-2 Jax C&R pitched both ends of a brothers, football and basketball, has come up with a player draft-
taken the spotlight here. Sec VW-4 11-3 double-header when Jax Navy Ing system of Its own this month. .
Old half play In the Intra-Mural VP-30 11-3 ventured to Hunter AFB in Savannah But to compare the newly tractve( work-play I paying plan.
League got underway on Mon- FICEUR 10-4 last Saturday and came made baseball draft system to But where can a baseball player -
day night with five games being COMM 9-4 out on top Inbothgames by scores those used by basketball and foot turn If he doesn't like the
played. Marines w 6-8 of 6-2 and 72. Stewart pitchedthe ball Is like trying tosay anOsage. offer the drafting club makes,
Attack Squadron Forty-Four Dispensary 4-9 seven regulation Innings In Orange's Juice Is as good as the Little League doesn't pay wages.A .
continued on their winning' way Weapons 3-12 the first game, giving up only two juice of Florida oranges there prediction Is that by some
with a 6-5 victory over Fighter Admin 2-11 hits which happened to be home Just ain't no comparison.The unknown phenomina a ball club's
Squadron One Seventy-Four.Admin FAETU 1-13 runs by Hunter's leadoff man. question now Is will base- top draft choice Is going ft end
had little trouble] downing NATIONAL' LEAGUE He came back on strong In the ball's draft work. professional up with another team before he
Attack Squadron Forty-Five by a nightcapr[ giving up only six hits sports history It stands, that the' even arrives at his drafting
score of 83. Public Works ran COMFAIRJAX 12-3 In the second game which went clubs with the money behind them club. The top draft choice this
wild over'VFP-62. 177. Supply O&R 11-3 eight Innings. His change of pace are the ones that make It to the year Arizona State's Rick Monday
stopped Utility Squadron Four's NARTU 10-4 pitching kept Hunter batters off- top of the pile In the league. ThereIs goes to the Kansas City Ath-
Detachment Alpha, 13-3 and the NAMTG 7-7 stride all evening. money, and In most cases big letics on Tuesday and on Wednesday -
Marines defeated AMD, 136. Supply 6-7 Willie Miller Jax Navy's 2nd money behind such professionalteams he Is In a Yankee uniform.
Varsity Highlight VP-45 6-8 baseman, sparked the first victory as the N.Y. Yankees In Things like this have happened
679th 5-8 by leading the team with baseball, the Celtics In Basket- before.
Turning to the varsity scene, Hospital 5-9 three hits. Miller Is from ball, and the N.Y. Jets In the There has also been some
the Raiders did'manage to get MARTD 5-9 NATTC. American Football League.It grand verbal and money fights in
In a doubleheader on Sunday AMD 3-12 George Innes, of NARTU, also stands out In baseball pro football and basketball player
night, hosting the Air Force from smashed a triple and home run in history that many of the pro's draft squabbles. Baseball's
Wlnston-Salem] N.C., who are the 2nd game which wasn't decided "Bonus babies" have never future draft wars shouldn't fall
on a two-month playing tour Tickets On Sale until the first extra Inning grown Into baseball adults. A lot short of their brothers.
through-out the South. when Jax Navy pushed across of money has been lost on these And there Is something very
The first game went nine Inn- At Cecil Field eight runs to cinch the game. high school gems. shoddy. about the drafting of athletic
Ings with the Air Force coming With reason It can be seen that talent. Locally the people
out In front by a 3-1 score. This Sailors and dependents Cecil the practice of offering a high that have been around Jacksonville -
was by far the best played game Field can get tickets for all the school player 200,000 dol- since the lastGatorBowlcan
by the Raiders this season., professional football games played STOPAT lars for a baseball contract becomes remember the amount of added
In the second the Raid- by the Jacksonville Robins at
game expensive; a ball club attraction the pros ve by sign-
ers couldn't seem to get started reduced prices. with money could leave Its base- Ing top flight Oklahoma players
and:! fell by the way 8-3. Tickets for these games sell at THIS SIGN ball competitors far behind whenIt before theSooners played Florida
NAS, Sanford will move In this the gate for$2.50,through Special came to winter stealing of pro- State. This left colleges and uni-
Friday and.Saturday for four big Services they can be purchasedfor spective players. The axiom, versities across the country

conference games. Starting time one dollar. .... "United we stand, divided we screaming about the pros recruiting
each night( Is 7 p.m.; .. et "B" The Robins open their season fall" seems to have become a practices.
Circle. This will be the first Friday night with an exhibition June realization for pro baseball I can remember when a base-
Interservlce League competition game against the Orlando Thunderbirds While I don't put too much faithIn ball player, who Is now playing
for the Raiders since they split In':, the Gator Bowl at trusts and I have no trust In with the Senators, made,the All-
with Mayport on opening night 8 p.m. professional recrutlng In any American basketball team duringhis
sport I do have trust that this junior year. During what
CHIEF CAMPBELL'S baseball draft system will not would have been his senior year
work. he was playing baseball for the
Tenneco
Elanding Here Is the fallacy In base- Dodgers.The .
SERVICE ST TION ball's draft system: If a foot- near 600 future pro base-
ball player would not get an attractive ball players that were drafted
103 rd and Blanding Offers enough offer from the this month may be In for a few
NFL he could try the AFL or surprises about their diamond
GAS FOR LESSTo NEW CARPETS Canadian Football. In basket- studded careers. The majorsand
ball, the college cager could put baseball fans might also have
Military Personnel And 2 COMPLETE his talents to professional use In a few gaping moments In the fu-

All Government Employees 18 HOLE COURSES the NBA; If he didn't 'get what ture.
At Our Truck Island. he wanted there he could play Around here we prefer to just
Industrial basketball under an at- wait and see.Deadline.
REGULAR 94 OCTANE 28.9

PREMIUM 100 OCTANE 30.9 PUTT PUTT Swimming Meet Nears

Also Braltework Tun-ups Lubrication. Wash & Wax. We
carry Top Quality Products Delco Batteries, Firestone GOLF COURSES This SaturdayThe
tires, Quaker State Oil. For Cecil Golf

What we don't sell, but you get FREE is Blvd. Florida-Georgia Interser-
4825 Blanding vice Conference will hold Its first
Complete Courteous Service. Tourney EntriesCECIL
swimming meet this Saturday at
PHONE 771-2803 2 p.m. In the Indoor Pool at
NAS J ax. Featured events will FIELD-Golfers{ have
PARTIES ARRANGED include competition in the 50 until noon Friday, to sign up
MONEY IN 1 DAYS25 OPEN 9" am- 12 mid. Weekends meter breaststroke, 50 meter for the 13th Anniversary Invi-
1 pm-12 mid. Sundays backstroke 50 meter freestyle, tational Tournament scheduled
150 meter Individual medley, 100 here this weekend. Entries have
to' $600 "America's Fun Sport" meter freestyle, 3 meter diving, been set at 128, (Maximum registration -
and_,200 meter freestyle relay. ). At press time only
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 54 entries had been received.On .

Cash' for any purpose. Just phone and tell us June 25, competition will
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your be among several teams, each
convenience. Someday service.DlALjs made up of one Pro golfer and .
VISITCLAUDE; three amateurs from the A,3 I
24MONTH, REPAYMENT PLAN C and D handicap classes for the

You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. Pro-Am contest. The next two i
days will be taken up with 36- r
NOLANPONTIA0
$ 4.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00r holes of medal play.
Handicaps for the medal play 1
151.80' 9.00427.51 25:00:
219.27 13.00 500.51 \ .' .. .. : ". will ben entered on the registration "
29.00
286.73 I 17.00 600.00 34.39 ..- ,: : 1.'. '&' 04DILLAG-: : : form and must be verified t
'. by the entrant's home course r
:'MA1N'A'r-O'RANG( E :.
.
.. ,. Pro L l
Above include interest. > I
payments .
OPEN MOM. THRU5 T.UNTILSPM The tournament is open to the 1
- : SU N"AFTER CHU, HlJNT.IL6. PM : general public. Entry blanks are a
'. ..' '. available at golf courses and I 1 11,

y Dial PHONE'., .. .. EL, 3-3922. .. ....., ;. country clubs throughout the 1
241 West Forsyth St. 356-0735 \ .:: : : \' .:' ; ': .,. North Florida area. Entry fees
I: 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 tJ
\ 4 -I: must accompany registration

( r. . . . ;-:---:-:- will forms.be accepted.No: phone call entries t f fc,

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JUNE 24 1965 lAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER
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. Big Racing Question Still Cecil Netters Spec. Serv. VAP-62 Annual Finishes1st Fish



Unanswered At ThunderboltThe Vie For SlotsIn Has 1965-66 Contest HereHeavy


6ND Play LicensesSpecial Photographic Squadron
big Drag race got started, Engineering placed second. In 62 has Just completed its first
but never ran to completion Sat- the small-stockers cUss, C. E. Cecil Field netters are cur- annual fishing tournament which
urday night at the Thunderbolt Webber, Jacksonville, won first rently engaged in the station's Services at NAS Jax they hope will become an annual
Raceway, June 19th, and left unanswered prize money and F. L. Murray, annual tennis tournament to decide has received the 1965-66 hunting affair with their squadron.
the big question who Folkston, Ga. finished in second who will represent this station and fishing licenses plus the new They divided the tournament
has the fastest car, "Dyno" Don money. at the 6th Naval District" combination license, all of which into two classes, fresh and salt-
Nicholson with his 1965 Cyclone Ken Beller, Silver Springs, Tournament being held at lax on are now on sale at the ticket water fish. Gift certificates of
Comet 427 cubic Inch dual over- Fla., going for his 8th straight July 14 through the 17th. sales window at Special Ser $15, $10, and $5 were awardedto
head cam, or Ronnie Sox and his wing in "C1 stock automatic this The netters are contending for vices. Rates for this years'licenses the top three fish caught in
"funny Car," 1965 Hemi-426 season and his 19th straight to two senior and four open berths.As are $3.00 for state fish- each category.R.V. .
cubic inch Plymouth., Nicholson date, lost cut, not to speed,time, the tourney opened at the ing license (no county license available Sebosky, ATN3, swept all
holds the time and speed world or:.mechanicantroublesbuttohis first of this week the strongest at SS), $7.50 for state- three places in the salt-water
records in their class. own eagerness as he red-light on competition in the senior divi- wide hunting licenses $2.00 for division with a single afternoon's
Only two runs of the scheduled his trophy run. In the pits he sion was expected to come from county licenses, and the area catch. Fishing from the Jax Beach
best of five were ran as Nicholson said, "oh well you can't win Major Magness and Chief Trox- hunting permit which costs 500. pier, Sebosky netted three Cobia
blew his engine after the them all, but I sure wanted too." ]ere Under the new plan,thecombina- weighing 71 1/2, 64 1/2, and
second run. On the first run This was also the first time in Battling for open positions are tion license, which sells for 31 1/2 pounds respectively.The .
down the quarter mile track,both as many starts that he finished out bevey of netters including: Chaplain $10.50, Includes statewide hunting winning fresh water fish
cars lifted their front ends about of the money. W. Walker, Lt. Bob Turner, and fishing privileges. was a nine-pound large mouth
a foot off the ground as they left Next week, Saturday night June Jim Neighbors, Marine Captains Sunny Buttons, which allow any bass landed by B.V. Gill PHCM
the starting line. Sox won 26th, at the Thunderbolt Race- Stacey and O'Brian, Doctor Rob- pre-teenage child to attend the on a spoon at Casa Linda lake.
turning an 10.33 seconds on his way located 10 miles south of inson, LTjg. Baron, Cmdr. Pro- remaining Jacksonville Suns' The small lake behind the NAS
elapsed time and 133.43 miles the Naval Air Station onU.S.17. fillet, D.R. Smith,Lt. Fred Lake- baseball games are still. tit sale Chapel also yielded 'the third
per hour. Nicholson turned a the Superstock Circuit returns. way, LTjg. John Evans and an for $50. :ice: place catch to Chief Gill when
10.46 and 132.38 mph.It Larry Todd, Northern Florida's outside posslblity is Ens. Wied- he took a 2 3/4 pound big mouth
was the second run that Drag Racing Champ from St. Augustine man who may be out with an t bass on a rubber worm. LCdr.
proved fatal for "Dyno." He will be out to take top injured hand.Sources E.S. Hosepian picked up the second
was out in front about two car honors. Expecting to challengehim say that some tennis place fresh water catch
lengths after lifting his front for the $600.00 purse will be beginners might afford some of
wheels and leaving the start- Jacksonville's Bob Price and the veteran netters strong com-
ing line on his two rear ones. John Perry. petition.
Down the quarter mile he raced From Tampa, High Mc-
leaving Sox to view his tail lights, Eleenan, Bill Jacobs, Enter- Sports Car
through the traps he roared In prise, Ala., and Gene Wilson,
10.51 seconds, but all for noth- Atlanta, Ga., will have their own
ing, he had red-lighted, fouled at private feed going on besides rac- Ralley Set
the starting line by leaving too ing for the money. : "
soon. If this wasn't enough his Wilson held the Thunderbolt
For 10The
July
engine shut-off as he passed the Raceway's time record, 11.15 _.r .
automatic judge. The engine refused seconds, up until last months running r

to turn-over when he triedto the Super Stock Circuit when Jacksonville branch of the ..r,.
restart. After being towed to Bill Jacobs beat It twice and Sports Car Club of America, 's'
the pits, he discovered that two claimed the title. After being "will hold an exciting night-time
cylinders had blown. beat out for the first and second rally on July 10th.A .
Sox was awarded the win on place money, he got mad and put Rally is a contest in which
the foul He turned a 10.94 his foot Into the carburator and cars try to maintain an exact .
and 130.57 mph. The big race turned an 1L08 to eliminate one average speed over twisty back
had come to an early end. opponent. On his run for third roads. Although speeds are always
But, the racing wasn't over money he set the new track time below the legal speed limit,
for Sox. Larry Todd, Northern with an 1L01 seconds on his a rally can be a good test of
Florida's Drag Racing Champ, elasped time down the quarter the average driver and his navi-
from St. Augustine, unvailed his mile. gator. The navigator must read
new St. John's Chyrsler "Funny the directions, and keep a sharp
Car" Hemi-Plymouth, a-la- eye for changes of speed. It b1d.
Ronnie-Sox, and challenged Sox Sports doesn't take a sports car to wina I F1titie .
to a run.Larry's. ShortsThe rally, anyone is eligible to ; s
car hasn't received all compete for the fourteen trophies -
the changes to bring It in line with as long as they have seat
Sox's, but on his first two time Sixth Naval District Ten- belts. The rally will start at f ; ,
runs, Todd turned some very respectable nis Tournament will be held at 6 p.m. and last about four hours.
times and speeds, a 10. NAS J ax from July 1417. For further details and entry
98 and 128,92 mph and 10.93 # blanks, call Bob Scholar at ..n
and 133.96 mph., a warning to the 356-0741, or 3599917.
Drag racing world that a new On August 17-20, the Sixth
speed king had entered the pic- Naval District Golf Tournamentwill ;: s i.
ture and would have to be be held here, followed by NEEDEDNeeded 'k
reckoned with. When completed the South Atlantic Regional
he will have Injectors instead ofa Tournament to be played here : Cecil Field swim- 4 fkU.
carburetor, the rear-end will August 2326. The links at NAS mers for the up and coming 6th
be moved ten inches forward and Jax will also feature the All- Naval Distrid Swimming and 'Why Grandmother what big
an air-scope will be added to Navy Golf Tournament to be play- Diving Tournom.ntatMemphis.
the engine hood. The front-end ed here from August 30 through Enteries must be in to Athletic interest at
has already been moved forward September 2. Director Thomas McGriH by today you get on saving
for better balance and the big in order to be entered at
426 cubic InchHemi-englne tunedto -tr-tr-tr Memphis in time.

maximum power. Estelle St. Clair, PN1, and
The two lined up and as the Jackie Taratuta, AN, have been CF Golf Standings ?
last amber light flashed both were chosen to represent NAS Jax In BARNETT
moving off the starting line. Like the Women's Tennis Tournament Teams Won Lost NATIONAL, RANK OF JACKSONVILLE
Nicholson, Todd was off and runn- to be held at NTC Bainbridge 7 0
ing two car lengths In front. Half from July 2023.Seventeen VA-44 Admin 6 1 MIMel" iLDRAL OtPOli INSU""NCI CORPORATION
way down the track Sox caught 6 1
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him and as they entered the traps intramural softballs. NAMTG 6 2 US NAS FACILITY OFFICE
passed him to win. Sox turned a 5 2
10.31 and 135.96mph. Todd again games were rained out In last Med/Dent A-45 5 1/2 2 1/2 ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS '
like Nicholson, had lost the raceat week's schedule. 28 games are #2 5 3 HOURS
make Weapons BANKING :
with week to
the starting line be red- being played Photo 3 4
lighting He turned a 10.78 and up the lost week. If the weather season flghtin Weapons #1 3 4 Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
Softball
IN!
132.87 miles per hours. permits, the 11/2 61/2
On be over by June 29. Each Gophers 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
the local front Buddy Nettles should fAETU/OFT In 5 Friday:
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Jacksonville, continued to team will face each league opponent Operations 1 6 Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273

take for the home top-stocks.the first Performance'place money' play.} twice In regular. u season I' # .Marines. ..0........' ..........'5 "..;. .. . . . . '.' ............................... .... ." .... ....,. .' '.' '. .




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10.7%/ Military Pay Raise



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Washington (AFPS) -- The sonnel in critical skills could be L
House Armed Service Com- paid reenlistment bonuses a- '4jly
mittee has approved a militarypay mounting to as much as $5,000.
bill with an average 10.7 The committee modified the
percent raise that would go into proposal by authorizing paymentsin
1 -. effect the first day of the month installments instead of asingle M .
following enactment. payment. A lump sum payment r r"A "
, The committee's decision, by could be made, with approval of y U', -
/ a vote of 33-1, was announcedby the secretary of the department : e
its chairman Rep. L. Mendel concerned, for meritorious rea- k.
Rivers, D.-S.C. sons. .
The bill must be considered Also approved in part, was the

and: voted on by the House and Department of Defense proposalthat 'ttier CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Senate before being sent to military pay be reviewed
President Johnson for consider- annually, and that a complete BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
ation and final approvalThe revision of the military pay NEW MISS USA Sue Ann 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
committee's bill would structure be submitted to Con- Downey, 20-year-old Ohio
provide increases for all per- gress in January 1967 and not State coed, has been crowned
sonnel--ranging from 13 per- less than once every four years Miss USA for 1965.
cent for recruits to 15.3 per- thereafter.
cent for master sergeants, and 64 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. .. . . . $2995
22 percent for second lieutenants 7 Service Dependents Are President's Scholars Brass Hat, PS, PB, R&H, WSW, V-8, Auto. trans., Fad. Air
to 6 percent for the chiefsof and Many many more extras.
staff. Washington(AFPS--Sevende- encourage the pursuit of intellec- 64 CORVAIR COUPE. .... . . . . $1595
stick, R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior.,
Under the committee's pro- pendents of military families tual attainment among our Straight
posal, enlisted personnel would 121 named by President ." extra extra sharp.
increase of were among The 64 BARRACUDA ..... . . . .$2395
receive an average Johnson as Presidential presidentlalscholarswereselected
Sport coupe, auto/trans./ V-8, R&H, solid blue, WSW, still
12.1 $650 Independent
percent costing some Scholars for 1965. by an com-
million while officers mission appointed President in new car warranty.
annually, The President and Mrs. John- by 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .. . . . .$2595
would an 7.2 Johnson. Chairman Is Dr. Milton
get average per- son personally congratulated the 4 Dr., HT, V-8, Auto/trans., PS, Fact. Air, Extra nice. 2 to
cent raise amounting to more S. Elsenhower, president of
students and: presented each with choose'from.
than $174 million annually. bronze medallions proclaiming Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 64 BELAIR WAGON . .. . . . . .$2595
Two proposals recommendedby them presidential scholars. Md. Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, factory air,still in new
Secretary of Defense RobertS. At least one boy and one girl car warranty.

McNamara were Included in President Johnson establishedthe were chosen from each state, 64 BELAIR .. ..... . . . . . .$2095
the bill approved by the com programlastyear"torecog- the District of Columbia and 2 Dr., straight stick, 6 cyl., R&H, Fad. Air., Forrest Green,
mittee. nize the most precious resource Puerto Rico. Two were selected WSW, Like new.

"Mr. McNamara strongly rec- of the United States--the brain from American families living 63 LEMANS COUPE ... . . . . .$1395
ommended the enactment of a power of Its young people--and to abroad. 4 spd. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid Maroon, black interior.

variable reenlistment bonus," 63 RAMBLER WAGON. ... . . . $1595
said Rep. Rivers, "and the com- Cross Country 440, Auto/trans./ WSW, 6 cyl., R&H, Air
mittee believes there is consid- JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'S Cond., Ivory over Blue.
erable merit in the proposal" 63 BELAIR WAGON .... . .. . . .$1995
Under the variable reenlist- Auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, Fad. Air, Solid white, Tourq. interior
ment bonus concept,enlisted perDRIVERS WSW.
::1 MoiikHomeWHY 63 CHEVROLET BELAIR. .... . . . .$1395
4 WSW.door, straight stick 6 cyl., R&H, Solid white, Red interior,

63 MONZA COUPE. ..... . . . . $1495
/ 4 speed trans., R&H, solid maroon, Red int., WSW.

62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$1695
Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Ivory over Red, WSW, Extra Extra
sharp.

62 CHEVY II...... . . . . . .$1195
tl 4 Dr.. Auto/trans., 6 cyl., Fad. Air, R&H Solid white, WSW.
62 FORD WAGON ....... . . . . ,$1095
You can insure your car witha Straight stick, 6 cyl., Heater, Solid blue, WSW, extra extra
company that meets the dean.

D.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your 62 CHEVROLET PICK-UP TRUCK. .. . . $1195
state and you get these Straight stick 6 cyl., R&H, Exceptionally good cond.
BIG advantages: t 62 MONZA COUPE . .. . . . . .$1395
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COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE 62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. ..... . . . $1695
COVERAGE Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, PS., WSW, Solid white with red in
terior.
62 FORD WAGON .... . . . . .$1195
IMMEDIATE PROTECTION/ 6 cyl., standard shift, heater, solid blue, WSW, extra dean.

62 CHEVY II WAG ON. ..... . . . . .$1395
COJJNTRY.WIDE/ Nova Series., standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, all original,
yellow, WSW.
CLAIM SERVICE 61 PONTIAC .... . . . . . .$1595
RENT ? wEE Starchief. 4 Dr., Ht., R&H, PS, PB, Auto/trans., V-8, solid
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PLANS 61 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$1395
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