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VOL.23 NO. 19 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 22, 1965 .

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Pay Increase VP-45 Deploys -



Passes House


Into SenateThe To Adak Alaska


Patrol Squadron 45 began a Squadron 45 Commanding Of-
House of Representativesthis s :911 M.L routine deployment Alaska last ficer, Commander David M.
week passed a one billion Friday when the first of Its Hume departed Saturday while
dollar a year military pay raise nine P3A Orion aircraft de- the remainder of the squadron
bill and sent It to the Senate for parted. support personnel left for Alaskaon
further action. L b4ii PATRON 45 will perform antisubmarine Sunday.

The bill effects tha base pay of t J. patrol and surface
2.6 million uniformed military V surveillance missions flying Commander Fleet Air Wing
personnel Including the Coast kr from Adak. The squadron's 320 Eleven, Captain Harry B. Scott,
Guard, Pub lie Health Service, and : ., N officers and enlisted men will extended to the squadron in a
Coast and Geodetic Survey. spend approximately six monthsin message his "whole'hearted admiration -
the nation's newest state be- for the tremendous Can n
The measure passed by the fore returning to NAS Jack Do spirit and enthusiasm which

House calls of 10.7 for an average Increase CAPTAIN J. R. Mockroth, NAS CO, receives Georgia ham and a sonville. has united your team effort in
per cent ranging basket of peaches from Cdr. Tyler R. Gresham, CO of the Naval One plane departed on Friday preparation for this challenging
from an average of 7.2 per cent Reserve Patrol Squadron 671 of Atlanta. followed by a second which left assignment --- I stand convincedthat
for officers to 12.1 per cent for Saturday morning. Three planes PATRON 45 will provide
enlisted personnel. Lower rankIng -. departed on Sunday and the remainder outstanding! FalrWlngsLant rep-
enlisted men with relatively Atlanta Reservists At left on Monday Patrol resentation in the Pacific---."
short service will fare best,per


centage be to.$93.90 13 per wise.monthly.cent Their--- from raise 83.20 would! HAS Jax For TrainingAlmost C Of C Vice President t1


Subsist quarters and Addresses AFMA MembersThe ;J
affected -
special allowances are not
350 Naval Reservists The squadrons are under the
by the House measure. from three Atlanta Ga., Patrol operational control of FAW-11, local Jacksonville Chapter Chapter member Joe Poacher ;I
The bill will now go Into the Squadrons will complete two week commanded by Capt. Harry B. 40 of the Armed Forces Man- of the O&R Department who volunteered -
Senate. After going through various of Intensive training at NAS Jax Stott, and the host squadron is agement Association witnessed ((7) to assist in the
committees, itwlllbe brought this weekend. VP-7. one of the most outstanding programs demonstration added to the effectof
hip on the Senate floor for a vote.
in its history at the the message with his
If the bill passed in the Senateis During their fleet-type train- luncheon meeting Wednesday, spontaneous and unrehearsed

different from the House bill, Payday Changed ing, the squadrons are drilling July 14, at the NAS. lax Officers' replies toMr.Cooky's Inquiries.
a will go into a conference between together as a single squadron. Six rules for effective communications -
the House and the Senate are scheduled to log more Club.Mr. Executive
They Dave Cooley, given by Mr. Cooley
where a compromise( version will To Thursday than 500 hours of flight time in Vice President of the Jackson- were: 1)) get yourself informed -
be approved. SP-2E Neptunes, along with 2,000 ville Area Chamber of Com- ; 2)) develop a sound
The House version of the military hours devoted to ground training.Cdr. merce, addressed the group on attitude; 3)) establish a reputation -
pay raise bill calls for It For F HAS SailorsThe "Communications In Manage- for sincerity and truthfulness -
Into effect on the first of
to
go Tyler R. Greshan, Com- ment." ; 4)) provide each manage-
the month following enactment Navy Finance Office at manding Officer of VP-672 is Mr. Cooley framed his talk ment action with a plan for com-
Congressman Charles Bennett NAS Jax has announced that com- serving as commanding officer of within the three basic ways of municating It; 5)) get the"grapevine"
of Jacksonville has estimated that mencing Thursday, July 29, pay-
words pictures : side
the combined squadrons. The communicating: by on your ; 6))
this pay bill will increase the day will be every otherThursdayInstead other squadrons are VP-671, and actions. His( demonstration establish communications proce-
annual military payroll in this of on Friday, as in the
Lcdr. Hobart UMcKeever,commanding of these basic techni- dures. In addition to the six
area approximately 20 million past. and VP-674, Lcdr. ques, which involved an unopened rules he also dwelt on the fact
dollars. The present annual military This change in paydays will Joseph H. Harra, commanding. pack of cigarettes, provideda that "communications is mostlya
Also
effect NAS Finance Office.
payroll Is approximately vehicle of "
graphic and humorous matter emotion, and one
effected will be NAS Cecil Field
$170,000,000.The Primary emphasis is belnggl- for driving home his points oncommmications.
pay raise bill, which was and the Mayport Naval Station. ven to crew training and indi- (Continued on Page )
passed by the House on a 410- The decision to change the vidual ASW qualifications. Class __ 2)t.
0 vote, was Introduced In the payday from Friday to Thurs room instruction is being provided i_ :.
House by Congressman L.Mendel day was a cooperative action by FAETULANT Det. Two
of South Carolina. Con- all the commandIng -
Rivers agreed upon by NAMTD and FAW-11 Communications '
gressman Rivers, who Is Chair- officer In the area. It Is School VP-7 Is per-
man of the House Armed Services hoped that this change will bene- forming airborne Instruction.
Committee, steered the bill fit personnel by reducing con-
through the House. gestion at the Navy Exchange V S
The House Armed Services facilities, Commissary Store and Two other Atlanta based units
Committee outlined these as the the Bank. working with the patrol squad- ?
objectives of the bill Personnel will now have 2 1/2 rons are Naval Air Reserve Non
days to transact their businessat Maintenance Unit 671 and the Operational '
i-To provide a much-needed these various facilities Instead Control Center Element r, 1 i" A
Increase In the basic pay authorized of the 1 1/2 days they of Air Wing Staff 67. e : : _
all uniformed services had thus S R
previously, reducingthe
personnel. long lines encountered on _
PATRON 671 personnel represent -
2 To authorize the paymentof Fridays, and Saturday mornings.The the six states in the Sixth
a variable re enlistment first under this .
payday w
South Carolina
Naval District.
bonus as high as $8.000 ,
"
ranging will be a 13-day
system pay
Georgia, Florida, Alabama,
the of re-enlIst-
during period a period but the next one will be
Mississippi and Tennessee.
ment. 14 days. Under the old system .
3 To require an annual presidential this would have been a 13daypay COMMUNICATIONS in'manogement was the topic served at the \ '
review of military pay and period. Many of the Reservists have July 14th Armed Forces Management Luncheon by Mr. DaveCooley I
allowance schedules and a reviewof This change will have no effect trained In Jacksonville In the past Executive Vice President of the Jacksonville Area Chamber
the "principles and concepts"of on the civilian payday sys- and a number of personnel have of Commerce. Listening intently to the speech is Capt. J. R. Moc
'
military pay every four years. tem. served active duty tours here. kroth, NAS Commanding Officer and AFMA President.



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biC1iS- I Chaplain/ / Message
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/94'7- By Chaplain William A, SmithA

SUNDAY Spanish proverb says: "To return evil for evil is devilish; to
8:00a.m.. Service of Holy return good for good is human; but to return good for evil is God like
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Communion The watch-cry of the Christian faith is ever "forgive," as God,
N 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine for Chrlsts' sake hath forgiven us. That is.our Gospel We did not
Worship make it; neither can we change it. To that Gospel, by the grace of
cYk : 9:30. a.m. Sunday School forages' God, we are committed. Theme is forgiveness I
\ I 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 There are those who would like to think that forgiveness is possible

J 3' 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine without confession and repentance, but It is not. Perhaps you hesitateto
I I \ VA1rhtEHr Worship admit your sins. An unconfessed sin may stand between you and
OFn 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship the spiritual happiness which you are earnestly seeking. "If we say
we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. if
- WEDNESDAY we confess our sins, he is faithful and just, and will forgive our sins
Y[ \\ I and cleanse us from all unrighteousness" (John 1:8,9))
;; -_ 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Jesus made it very plain that forgiveness is not a oneway proposi

1 #," t trtI tion. It Is a two way affair. As we are forgiven, let us forgive others,
$ 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Forgiveness cost God His only Son. It will also cost us. We must

c > learn to forgive if we expect to be forgiven.So .
12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, whoever we are and whatever we are doing, let's stop, you and
Also on all Holy Days I, now and turn to our gracious Heavenly Father and confess our sins,
Catholic Services at St. Ed- simply and humbly, and ask for His full forgiveness. God in Christ
v '
'Editorial. LA*? *. r.ViJ -5 vv {*j '& *,JSi6>.*-.i -.. ward's Chapel, NATTC and Nava stands ready to forgive. Thank God "there is forgiveness." (Psalm

Hospital 130:4)) Do you have it,__ _give it?
SUNDAY MASS

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospita: C of C Vice President Cold War GI

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. (Continued From Page 1))
18 Years of ProgressEighteen Edward's Chapel of our biggest communications Bill Passed

DAILY MASS problems is "how to establish
emotional contact witn other peo
years ago July 26, President Harry S. Truman signed 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Throughout his entire address By SenateSailors
.. the National Security Act of 1947. His signature marked the beginning pie
Mr. proved him-
of a new era in the defense of the nation. MONDAY & TUESDAY Cooley
self of the art of communicating be
master
a might soon
The National Security Act created an organization called the Na- 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC getting
with people. of the benefits
tional Military Establishment. This was the forerunner of today's some their Korean
Department of Defense. FRIDAY Another formula for success- Conflict predecessors were awarded -
The established of Defense who be ful communications advocated by if the House puts the OK
legislation a Secretary was to 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
primarily a coordinator, developing general policies for three Exe- Mr. Cooley was simply "get the on the Cold War GI Bill already
cutive Departments the Army, Navy and Air Force. The secretarywas SATURDAY facts, forget the facts, and then passed in the Senate by a 69-17
remember the facts when
authorized three special assistants and services of three well- 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY you vote.The
established agencies the Joint Chiefs of Staff the Munitions Board need to communicate them. Senate Bill is designed to
and the Research and Development Board. Other techniques to be usedin give veterans of the 1955 to

The first Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, found his powersto !7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before face-to-face communicationswere 1967 period monthly educational
be insufficient for the task confronting him. In 1949, he Masses : ask questions of the per- support and loan benefits. The
recommended substantial changes, many of which were Incorporatedinto Catechism Classes:GradeSchoo1SATURCAY son to whom you are talking In Bill cleared the upper:legislatureon
the 1949 Amendments to the National Security Act. such a way that they can arriveat Mom y.
their own conclusions; then Under the proposed bill
The amendments stressed that the Security of Defense was to be tell him a story about somethingthat veterans of this period would
get
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi-
the assistant the in of Defense. The
principal President
to matters actually happened and follow
one and one-half days educational
ties
Army, Navy and Air Force lost their executive status and became building 722 up be telling him a story that support for each day of active
military amendments also authorized additional staff assistants didn't happen -- but make it a duty they have served up to a
_ created a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, increased the size good story. Every one of these limit of 36 months total support.
of the Joint Staff and set up uniform budgetary and fiscal proceduresfor TrafficViolations techniques were used effectively Payments would be $110 per
the defense establishment.
by Mr. Cooley. month for single veterans, $135
Further The chapter drive for new for veterans with one dependent,
reorganizations in 1953 and 1958 gave the Secretary of
Defense members is now under way and and $160 for those with more
even greater flexibility. A new chain of command was established -
running directly from the President and the Secretary of results to date are extremely than one dependent.
Defense through the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the unified and specified The following is a report of encoorag Ing. Introduced as new The bill provides for loan assistance
motor vehicle accidents and traffic members by Captain Robert Watson -
commanders, who were given full operational command over the and guarantee for
forces them. This violations for the period July Membership Chairman, and farm
assigned to was a departure from the former veterans to buy city
system under which orders went to the military departments before 12 through July 19. were: Frank Callender, Industrial homes, farmlands and livestock.
reaching the unified and specified commands. Number of AccidentsThis Relations Department; No loans will be provided for
Mrs. Nancy Boyd, Supply Department starting businesses.A .
Many other steps were taken through the years to streamline and Week July 12 through Cecil Field; Howard bill similar to this one
improve the defense establishment. Among these were the creationof July 19 . .6 Rahm, C&R Department; and Joe passed the Senate several years
the Defense Communication Agency, the Defense Supply Agency and Total Accidents this year through Brinkley, Wassell Organization, but the House did not approve
ago
the Director of Defense Research and Engineering.Thus July 1965 . 141 Inc. Introduced as guests of it.
Number of Accidents throughjuly the Chapter and potential new
from a simple "coordinating" and policy-making position, 1964 . . 147 members were: Professor F. Senior OfficerPromotionReport
the Department of Defense has evolved through the years into the Total number of days since last w. Klement, E. F. Wlnney,
"' strongest and most efficient instrument of national defense the world injury in motor vehicle accident Anthony Breda, W. E. Byrum, Asked by DOD
has ever known. (AFPS) . . . 4 H J. Felts, W. E. Johnson,

Number of ViolationsThis LTJG Frank Bartholomew, LT Washington (AFPS) -- Secre
James E. Mauldin, and John F, tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-
Week . . 28 Corrigan. Namara has asked Service sec-
JA.X A.IFt NEW'SThe Speeding . . 7 The program for August will retaries for a report on policies
Reckless Driving . 0 feature extension of the same and procedures used for selectionof
Going through Stop Sign 5 theme on"Communications" and highly qualified officers to
Other Violations . 16 will be conducted by one of the senior grades.
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Sixteen drivers appeared before Chapter's study groups. Mem- believes
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station the Traffic Hearing Boardat bers are reminded to mark their Secretary McNamara to
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the meeting held on July 20. calendars for the luncheon more attention must be given
meet- best quali
of
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Disposition of the cases include ing on August 19 at the NAS timely advancement
NEWS must be forwarded to the Serviceln'ormationOffice. the following: five lost driving Officer's Club. Jax fled officers to senior grades ranks.
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12.00: noon on Monday before and parking privileges aboard especially general or flag
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- station for various periods; ten The report is to include an
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. were given suspended penalties; analysis of the promotion opportunities
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning one received a warning; six were BUYBONDS of "hump-affected"
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing fined (U.S. Commissioner); one personnel versus senior and
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida was referred to commanding officer more junior age groups, and the
,. Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. for possible[ disciplinary policies and procedures used by
action. There were none assigned each military department (or selection -
VOL. 23 NO. 19 JULY 22 1965 to complete the remedial driving of general and flag offi
course at NATTC or the Jax cers with particular focus on the
Police Academy. general officer base for the next
10 years.



JULY 22. 1965 JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE



I Cecil Field's New Chaplain Julian Receives NA77C Sailor; Prefers



Was Once Army Sergeant 'Serviceman' Antique Rifles/ CarsIn .

Honor At NATTCPhilip
Chaplain W.A. Smith reportedto As a man of the cloth he wentto this age of astronauts and space travel if s only natural to admirethe
Cecil Field last week for duty. his first mlnistery at Bonaire new, sleek, and fast. However, Roy D. Bryant, UD3, a sailor
The new Lieutenant In the Ga. where he served as E. Julian AE1,has been attached to Naval Air Technical Training Center, has a hankeringfor
Chaplains' Corps has athletic Interests pastor for two years.In selected as "Serviceman of the the days past, the era of the muzzle loaders and tin lizzies.
but one point he made 1962 political troubles around Month" for May at the Naval In pursuing ,his. interest
clear from the start was that the world brewed and the Air Technical Training Center. Bryant, a native of California ., P ---r W

he wouldn't even carry Chap- military was on the move. Chap- has built over 30 Model T and t
lain W. Walker's tennis racketor lain Smith said that he knew what Julian an Instructor at Phase Model A cars from kits. His
ping-pong paddle. military life was like from past 0, Air Training, was cited for most recent and proudest accom- I

Chaplain Smith releaved one of experience and felt that he was "consistently demonstrating a plishment, though is a Pennsyl- aL
the Navy's top athletes in the needed to serve military people. cheerful and effective brand of vania-Kentucky ,rifle which was
Chaplains' Corps' in Lieutenant ,Chaplalri Smith's''' ancestors leadership that has resulted In a also built from a kit.

Walker. followed General Robert E. Lee better quality of Instruction to Said Bryant of this contro-
After graduating from high the broke the student, both scholastically
prsent generation tradition versial rifle: "The Penn
school in Macon, Ga. Chaplain Chaplain Smith accepteda and militarily. sylvania-Kentucky Rifle is apre- L .1
Smith worked as a coach with commission In the Navy. cussion lock muzzle loader. It
addition his instruction
In to
the Boy's Clubs of America.For His first assignment after Navy was originally made by the Pennsylvania / -
Advisor s
duties, Julian acts as Class r I
two years he coached major Chaplain's School at Newport, hours of Dutch in the 1860's. Of
sports with this org anizatlon. R.1 was with the Marine Corpsat his off-duty, spending time many with the men. course, it was built by hand. They
Then came the Korean Conflict. Paris Island. After the tour made the barrels from flat pieces
Also he assist In the religious
Chaplain Smith was drafted Into of duty with the LeathernecksIt of iron and browned them. Today
Instruction of the lOthgrade boys
the in 1951 The with MSTSIn blued."
Army Army
was on to sea-duty ours are
at his church and plans and super-
gave him 111 MOS Infantry Brooklyn where he was chap- vises a recreational for Bryant began working during
and In 1953 he was released from lain aboard two transport ships.It them. program off-duty hours on his rifle in
duty as a sergeant after serving was on to Cecil Field this February, and completed it in

a tour In Berlin. It was while month. Being from Georgia, as For his selection as"Serviceman June. The kit consisted of a
In the Army that the chaplain Is his wife Betty Claire, and of the Month", Julian will block stock cast brass butt plate ,
became Interested. in the min- their two children Claire La- receive and trigger guard. The stock BRYANT take the cloth t to Kit
a $50.00 U.S. Savings
Istery. nore, and Christopher Lanier, Bond free his- has to be rounded smooth; also Pennsylvania Kentucky rifleto
plus a trip to
After being released from the Cecil Field is much to the toric St. Augustine for himself the butt plate and trigger guard give,it a good thine."
he entered Mercer University had be finished and .
Army, family's liking. to polished. '
and his family of
courtesy
where he earned an AB Smith Is forward is of the "
Chaplain looking Jacksonville's U.S.O. and St. "Every part originaltype LBJ J Announces
degree. From Mercer Chaplain to two things while at Cecil Augustine's Chamber of Com- fitting except the sights.
Smith went to the Methodist Seminary Field. First he hopes to become They are modern muzzle loader
merce.
at Emory University, Atlanta USN rather than USNR and sec- target sights." Top-Level ChangesIn

where he received his ondly he is anxiously awaitingthe Bryant's interest In rifles
Bachlor of Divinity Degree. building of the new chapel. I Navy Corpsman HonoredFor began when he received his first Admin Posts
rifle, a 22, at the age of 14.

1 ? ... Life-Saving Action "From the day that I receivedmy Washington (AFPS) Pre- ij
;... first rifle I have been my sident Johnson has announced resignations \
own gunsmith, building, collecting -
of civilian and
AFPS ranking ,
Saigon ( ) -Navy Hospital
and them. Thereis
restoring .
officials Air
Corpsman First Class LloydJ. military including '
Barbarlnhas received the Navy a great deal of money InvolvedIn Force Secretary Eugene .M. y
this type of hobby, but there Is Zuckert.
commendation Medal for
savingthe satisfaction in knowing that I can
life of naval officer wounded The President named Dr. "
t repair a rifle that was made a I
b r' Harold Brown Director of Defense
In the March 30 Viet Cong bomb- -
Ing of the U.S. embassy. century ago. Research Engineering
for the past four years, to
o, ,
Barbarln was cited for savingaid succeed Secretary Zuckert, who
to a Navy officer who caro- 1,000th Phantom, Jet i Is scheduled to leave office Sept. ..

tid artery, In the neck area, had Delivered to NavySt. n.Normal
been severed. Barbarln held the S. Paul Assistant Sec-,

two severed ends, until surgeons Louis, Mo. (AFPS) retary of Defense (Manpower)
could take 'over. The officer Is Ceremonies were held at the McDonnell since July 1962, has been namedto
now on the road to recovery.The Aircraft Corp. plant succeed Dr. Brockway McMil-
here, July 7, wnen the 999th, lan, who Is resigning as Air Force
medal was presented to 1,000th and 1,001st F-4 Phan- Under-secretary Sept. 30. '
Barbarln by Captain Archie C. tom II jets were delivered to the Thomas D.Morris, former Assistant -
Kuntze, commanding officer of Air Force, Navy and Marine Secretary of Defense(Installations -
U.S. Navy Headquarters Support Corps respectively.The and Logistics) wlU'succeed
SENIOR CHAPLAIN FATHER T. J. WOOTTEN' goes over' the day's Activity, Saigon, at a formal awards Phantom II has a rangeof Mr. Paul
activities with Cecil Field's newest chaplain, Lt. W. A. Smith. ceremony. more than 2,000 miles and President Johnson also announced -

can carry twice the bomb load the appointment of Major
of a World War II B-17 Fly- James U. Cross, USAF, who will
New Medal Authorized For U.S. Ing Fortress. be promoted to lieutenant colonelWELCOME


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Armed Forces Serving in VietNamIn ,.



Washington (AFPS) Pre- his executive order, Presi- The Armed Forces Expeditionary -
sident Johnson has signed an Exe- dent Johnson explains that the Medal no longer
cutive order authorizing a VietNam Viet-Nam Service Medal shallbe authorized for service In RVN,
Service Medal for mem- awarded to members of the Is awarded In rt/.of: nltlon of ser-
bers of the United States armed! armed forces who serve in Viet- vice either m a United States ,
forces who serve In that South lan or contiguous waters or air military operation; an operationIn
east Asian country after July 3 space, as defined by regulations support of the United Nations,
of this year. to be prescribed by the military or operations of assistance to
departments and approved by the friendly foreign nations, such as ',
Upon application the new Secretary of Defense. the Republic of Viet-Nam. I.}/: .
medal may also i"e i awarded: in

lieu of the Arrived, forces Expe- Designs for the Vlet-NamSer- Other l\n ''or service !RVN,
ditionary I alawarded toqu sli- vice Medal and ribbon have been the expeditionary medal has been ,

fled Individuals for' curin the prepared by the Army's Instituteof awarded for participation during .
Republic cf Vi tam between Heraldry and are awaiting approval specified periods In the Lebanon < ,
July 1, 1958 and wui\ ty 4, 1965. landings, the patrol of the Taiwan K w '
.
However, no person may be Straits and the defense of .

awarded both medals for duty in When the Coast Guard is not Quemoy and Matsu Islands, the TO JACKSONVILLE, greeting a group of naval reservists
RVX. operating as a service in the Berlin Crisis In 1961, the Cuban from NAS Atlanta is Miss Jacksonville, Julie Hannaford. She

Also, no person is entitled to Navy, regulations will be pre- blockade, the evacuation from helped dispense soft drinks to the men at a reception after their
more than one award of the Viet- scribed by the Secretary of the the Congo, and current operations arrival last week. The men are from patrol squadron 671. ''U.S.

. In the Dominican Republic.
Narc Service Medal! Treasury: -,. .. Navy photos



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I. 'andlocked Cecil field Airman Is Sea-lovin"g Sailor -


-- -- -- - --
1f national championship
Don J. Krippendorf is a Most of Don's sailing is done : runners-up in the InttrnaS
sailor even If he Isn'tin\ one in,Tampa Bay with the St.Peters- competition. nal
of the seagoing branches of the burg Yacht' Club but he has Last weekend
Navy. sailed over most of America's I'o competition for Don finished
Don, who Is an ATAN In Cecil coast line at one time or anotherin the N. America
Mallory Cup
Field's Avionics. Division, goes his life. :. .Disregarding on an unhappy note,
down.jo the sea to meet his shipevery .. When Don.was 19 his sailinglife hauard" Weather -
,! conditions> .*
,time,he can get away from went.. on .a temporary basis- .' .'' winds up t
landlocked: Cecil Field. he joined the Navy. He doesn't 'A.,. "J' ",. .>... SOknots-per-hcur.-Donandtvo
The 21-year-old man the inter- t. other: crew members sailed
Navy complain about Navy i on
sails Just, about, anything and erring with his sailing In fact >'> ".1,< : -. Tampa Bay and.r, r finished second
In the
everything he can get aboard and there were some good intentionsin ; American 1
he's a pretty, good .sailor. Donholds mind when Don joined the .;A Sn ? { While bucking. the wffKt
one current,national sail- Navy.. Vbrpke down"f' jhree boats; one
Ing .championship: and has held "I sail to get away from _routine they broke off{ the side ran i a
several other sailing titles since things" Don said.; "Ifa II I second they broke the mast, and
he first cut a jib at the age of man's got a hobby Irs supposeto 1 the third boat they nipped over

four. take his mind off his work., Next month Don hopes to get
-
Y the weekend of the 21st off to go
to New York and have
; 'e Gf a try at
the international Windmill cham-

ionshlps.
a
a tw t If It's possible to have two

ultimate goals Don has them

1 S S ; Don's two ultimate goals are to
become a member of the crew
that' represents America in the
; America's Cup Race and to sail

for this country's Olympic team,

., .
The America's Cup Race is the
top yachting event achyear. The
12 man crews of 12 meter boats

'a from the US and England go
FAIR WINDS AND GOOD SEAMANSHIP PUT Don Krippendorf and through' months. of rigorous
j his two crew members in the lead for the Thistle class competition physical and,me training. Don
jI I on Long Island Sound. describes the event as such:"It's

Tve sailed for quite some time, a race for a cup that cos; the
what I needed was job. so I join- English 100 Guineas (less'than
LAKESHORE ed the Navy to learn electronics. 100 dollars) to buy and has cost
LAKESHORE UK! SHORE WH them millions of dollars and
I STORE CRISWELL'DOWNT STORE I became an airdale to get away to try
BUNDING I BLVD.ilSANJUAH I. I I back from America." The
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FRIDAYS COR_I CLAY_ FRIDAYS I there wouldn't has remained In the US since the
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LAKtSHOM fill. 1 AJ4.-I .ItDon The training for this granddaddy :
SPQCi01' 'sii; ; ; 'takes his hobby almost as of yachting is long and
Factory I U.) S. ROYAL 800' HARRO WHITEWALLS serious as most people do their hard according to Don. It takes

Shipment work. the crew at ]least two months to
.,....
& Slightly '" At 16 he was sailing in the US familiarize themselves with their
Trials for a crewberthas
Olympic boat and almost as long a time to
:1&. 8oo4'G /AS one of the representatives in become famllar with each other
N \\'j. the Duchman boat class.
14 Flying The training consists of training
He and his brothers, Dr. Ronald! In r the
\ and calisthenics early
> Krippendorf are current national morning, sailing for most oldie
Windmill Class champions. This
789 / day and studying boating tacticsat
$
\\ was a .repeat title for Don; in night. Don warns there is no
1961 he and a friend took the of
time for TGIFIng. Regardless
the strict training Don wants a go
1 CAN YOUTAKE I II at It.

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C.F. Attack' Squadron Modern Seaman dverpaidWhenCompared



Phases-oufSkyraicfers To Pay Of 1916 Sailorof


Cecil Field's Attack Squadron Forty-Five- phased out the last of While Navy people are looking CHIEFS: Master-at-Arms. CERS all had similar variable

I what was once Its main aircraft, the AlE Sky raider, last week when forward with anticipation of pay $71,50; Boatswain's Mates,Gun- pay scales, while all third class
the last.-of the.propellered. aircraft was transferred to a West Coast >raise now seems like good time ners' Mates, Quartermasters, petty officers were listed as getting -
attack squadron. ;.' 'to regress a bit and look at what Carpenters'' Mates, -Water TeiH' a'' grand total ,of '$33 per.

The transfer marks the end the pay was like in the old Navyof ders, and Storekeepers, $55; month.
1916. Turrent Electricians, SEAMEN SECOND CLASS
of an era for the "Blackbirds"who Captains,
have been, training pilots in The following rates and pay Printers, Yoemen and Pharma- (Seaman Apprentices) made
the aircraft for 15 years. scales come from an edition of cists' Mates, $66; Machinists' $20.90 per month; Firemen Second -
the "Bluejacket Manual" published Mates and Commissary Stewards Class (Firemen Appren-
Out, going squadron skipper, in 1916. $77; and Bandmasters, tices) made $33. Recruits
Commander S.."E.: Purcell, den The book says, "You may be $57.20.' pulled In $17.60 per month 'AU>
ned the familiar attire of the an ordinary seaman getting $20 FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFI- men were unheard of at this tune.
"No. 1" Blackbird" to completethe per month, and feel that a friend CERS: Turrent Captains, Elec- How long have Ftlipplnos beenIn
transfer. Cmdr. Purcellwas outside at $30 or $40 per monthis tricians and Blacksmiths, $55; the U.S. Navy?
elegantly dressed in a green much better off than you are, Master-at-Arms, Boatswains' "The Secretary of the Navy
derby, boxing gloves, a long tall with the result that you decide Mates, Gunners' Mates, Quar- Is authorized to enlist In the
coat and a cigar. He rehnctantly you want to quit. But don't do termasters, Printers, Store- insular force of the Navy 500
turned over the key to the last anything like that, It's exactly keepers, Yoemen and Pharma- Fillpplnos In the following rat-
SPAD to Lieutenant Marsh Fel- what the government won't put cists' Mates, $44; Boilermakers Ings and at the following rates
tham of VRF-31 who ferried the up with. Stop to consider In the $7L50; Machinists' of Pay:"
Skyraider to the West Coast. r r, first place you get$20 cash every Mates, Coppersmiths Ship- Native Coxswains, Native
month this year, while he gets, fitters, and Ships'Cooks, $60.50; Firemen Second Class and Na-
VA-45 has been associated with let us say$40. But how much does Plumbers, Fitters, and Bakers, tive Stewards, $15; Native Seamen -
various models of the Skyralder it cost him to live? Certainlynot $49.50; Commissary Stewards, $12; Native Firemen Third
in the past 15 years. In Aprilof less than $15 per month, $66; and Musicians, $39.60. Class, $10; Native Machinists
last year the bulk of these aircraft and his room, which must cost SECOND CLASS PCTTYOFFI- First Class l $18.
were transferred as the at least $8; at the end of each
TF-9J Cougar jet became used month this )leaves him with only .
more and more for pilot train "BLACKBIRD NO.'" turns over the $17 against your $20." Here Is Television Repair Complete SatisfactionFRENCH'S

ing. last! of VA-45'i A-1E Skyraiders.If the 1916 monthly base pay scale:


Means School.
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School bus safety depends muchon spread out over a major part of

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who share the responsibility pupils should board the bus
the drivers, school administrators without delay, but without crowdIng -
and the motoring public or pushing. They should take BY BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I I INC.
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Sick Leave Hospital Plan IRD Sets Wage I II I II I


Survey For '66The t irrc"

Can Spell Future SecurityMost a e ( eem

Office of Industrial Relations '

of us are Interested in making sure we have some kind of insurance has tentatively scheduled .
against loss of income. Those of us who work for a living know a full scale wage survey for the "': ,\
what it means to get our paychecks regularly. This pay check spells Jacksonville labor market area r
SECURITY. Take it away for 1-2-3-4 weeks, and to most of us it would for January 1966. This survey .I.
... will be coordinated with the 'I
mean ECONOMIC DISASTER I Buttherels a way to guarantee that you
can' be assured of an income in time of prolonged Illness and Bureau of Labor Statistics. The ,
has been tentatively sche- .._
it WON'T COST YOU ONE CENT. survey
The combination of saving your sick leave and participating in duled for January on the basisof ::
hospitalization and surgical benefits of the Federal Employees Health the following criteria listedIn
Benefits Act of 1959 gives generous Insurance protection for acci- order of Importance: Best James B. Pollard is shown receiving a cash award 'from CaptainR.
dent and illness. Below are figures showing what it would cost you month to survey; Area Wage and L. Watson Supply Officer. The award was presented because of
Classification Office workload; Mr. Pollard's submission of a Beneficial Suggestion concerning a
to buy Insurance against loss of income, as compared to what it
Coordination with the ArmyAirForce location sorting tray to aid Stockmen and Warehousemen in pro
costs you to SAVE SICK LEAVE to use as income Insurance in
case of illness.PRIVATELYPURCHASED. Wage Board; Coordination cessing stub requisitions and issuing material 'from storage.
with the Bureau of Labor Statistics -
INSURANCE YOUR FREE SICK LEAVE INSURANCE ; and OIR workload.A .
AGAINST LOSS OF AGAINST LOSS OF INCOME full scale survey Is conducted ABCs of Successful SuggestingFollowing
INCOME by an Area Wage Survey Com-
mittee. This committee will determine article Is adapted improvements. No idea is too
]. Most Insurance Companieswill L Accrued Sick Leave guaran- which firms to contact, from "The ABCs Suggesting," small to be considered.
only insure for 80% salary. tees full salary. what ratings to include In the which appeared In the employee
2. Average policy pays benefitsof 2. Average salary equals about survey, train data collectors and publication of the St. Louis Dis- National security Is strength-
$50 per week-$100 bi-weekly. $185 bi-weekly. to oversee the conduct of the trict, Internal Revenue Service: ened by a more efficient Federal
No benefits for first 3. Benefits with first local Government. Do your part.
'3. paid start day survey procedures. Every Ask questions: Who? Wharf?
w two weeks illness"waitingperiod. of illness no waiting period. reasonable opportunity will be When? Why? Where? How? Other peoples'gripes are clues
." 4. No loss of time in receiving afforded employees to advise, and! that things may need improving
4. Average 4-6 weeks before checks mailed bi-weekly as full consideration will be toemployees' Believe yourself. We believe Suggest a remedy today I
first check received. Sick reports medical checks are received. comments, sug- that your Ideas can make this
sent in monthly. 5. Sick leave paid at 5 days gestions and recommendations In orangization a more efficientand Prepare suggestions com
5. Benefits pro-rated at 7 days per week gives regularpay the development of wage policy. better place to work. pletely. Your supervisors can
per week. coverage'PIZZA Opportunity will be provided for Consider every aspect of your evaluate your ideas better Ifthey're
employees to advise and sub- work. There's always a better sure of what you mean.

mit imfornation in the develop- Quit envying the fellow who
ment of wage schedules. Data way.Draw from past experience.Ideas gets an award. Turn in your
:4tC pAiiTiY collected locally will be forwarded don't have to be original Ideas regularly, and you'll
to OIR where it will be just so they're good and are not come up with a .winner, too.
TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING KOOM analyzed, evaluated and a new already being used.
C schedule of rates recommended, Remember to write down your
PREMIUM BSEJl CHOICE CUT STEAKS if necessary.The Eliminate unnecessary parts of ideas so you won't forget them.
.ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI scheduled month of January your job such as duplications,
Study each step of your work.
wasted time or motion.
1966 Is tentative and it
may Strive to better conditions in your
"PIZZA.... be changed by the Office of Industrial Focus your attention on your work area.
L our specialty" Relations if warranted. Immediate work area. You knowit
best. Turn in a suggestion this week.

FRANK DERICKSONIn Two Equals EightNo Gain extra income through your Use all available help. Your

the Heart of Cedar Hills ideas. past experience, reading, and
wonder there's often a thinking will help you.
Hard
work can often be light-
breakdown in human communi-
ened by using your ideas. Verify facts with people who
3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 cations.
Improve your opportunities for know. Don't submit "half-
promotion. Adopted suggestions baked" ideas or suggest some-
Although there are only two are Inserted (In your official per thing that is already being done.
persons talking or writing, there sonnel jacket as proof of
"We CoM"AT may be as many as eight per- initiative and ability. your Wage a private war against
sonalities: unnecessary paperwork, Inefficiency -
Join the parade of successful and waste through the
L You. suggesters. There's room for suggestion program.
2. I you at the next awards ceremony.
WESTSIDE.VOLKSWAGEN. INC. 3. Who I think I am. X-ray problems to find best
JAX NEWEST AUTHORIZED 4. Who think Keep plugging. If one Idea solutions.
DEALER you you are. doesn't solve the
problem, attackit
5. Who think I
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from another You are the
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WEEKEND SPECIALS 6. Who I think you are. ful
63 FALCON 2 dr, auto/trans R&H... . $1095 7. Who I think you think you Let your supervisor help you suggestion program.
'.... 63 COMET Auto/Trans., R&H. . . . $1195 are. work out details. Zoom your income by turn-
58 MERCURY 4 dr., hardtop, PS& PB,air cond. $495 am.8. Who you think I think I Midget ideas can lead to giant ing In month.at least one suggestioneach


1959 VOLKS SUNROOF ... . . . .$795. --
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1961 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H . . . . .$995 ESCONNETT
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1963 DELUX STATION WAGON .. . . .$1495 At Our Truck Island.' FREIGHT SALVAGE
With Sun Roof& Sky light windows. REGULAR 94 OCTANE 28.9

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Congress Is In the process of will not effect me. I don't think
passing legislature which would that there Is I \\
require all cigarette manufactures definite proof :" AIR CB\\\J10llfD\
: to state on each pack that that smoking Is ; i', '
smoking Is detrimental to health.Do that harmfulT.
you think that If this law Is J. Bond, ; :::
passed It will effect your smok- ADRAN No. a I n' ;
ing habits? health warning! ', OLDS 88
H.W. Shackelford, AK2 No, on cigarette' "
I don't think that packages would Abbeynot FOUR-DOOR
the law will effect stop me from smoking. I
me. I have enjoy smoking SEDAN

known for years and consider It I,i'. b r
that smokii was '; a good form of '* w
harmful and I i relaxation. IHBfc JK*"i j
continued toj I J. F. Mack I !
smoke. Shackelford UNSN No, this
C.V. RIsher, will not effect
YN2 No. This any effect on ?.,.t,.. < .( all Why should
whether I Ismoke ':: 'r<;; someone quit i something. they AUTO. TRANS. 0 TINTED GLASS O POWER
or not. All of "' enjoy. It might[ STEERING 0 V-8 ENGINE 0 HEATER-DEFROST
us will die one :fi.\ effect me to the I ,),: t 0 ALL VINYL INTERIOR
day. So If you It- point where I '
enjoy smoking, !\!, ; would cut down DELIVERED IN JACKSONVILLE
why not smoke! t.i p but I would. .
3 .
D.K. Abbey,
Risher not quit en- $3,215.00Sl'e
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Timber Contracts afw.4OfJ4nwihJw. 'W


Awarded To Two 3494 PHILIPS HIGHWAY PHONE.EX 8-7511

U. S. No. 1 SOUTH -
Fla. CompaniesNavy


.
.Y forester, Mr. L.D.
Lamonde reports, that last week
two timber companies were a- HAVE FUN ON YOUR VACATION THIS YEAR
warded Navy contracts for the

(purchase of 992,000 board feet of Let Us Help You. .With A
saw pine and 3,789 cords of(pulp-

PUTT PUTT wood.Four contracts for standing CREDIT UNION LOAN!
wood lots at Jacksonville Naval
GOLF COURSES
Installations went to the J J.
PRESENTS Nolan Land and Timber Co. of
MEDAL PLAY AMATEUR Baldwin Fla. and the L yal Wood
TOURNAMENT Corp. of Jacksonville .
The four contracts brought the 'f
GRAND PRIZEA Navy a record price of yJrol a ;
HONDA MOTOR BIKE $66,030.50. The cords averaged
r $10.14 a piece.Mr.Lamonde said
REGISTER NOW! that this Income In the second

PLAY STARTS: year of Navy timber selling exceeds Vr
expenses by 30 percent.
SUN., JULY 23th 2 p.m. The two companies must tim-
ber the lots In the next fiscal

Anyone can enter. year.It 11
Anyone can win. r I.
was a rare occasion when ;.
ENTRY FEE $2.00 Sydney Smith lost his temper.One
day, however, a gardener exas-
also other prizes
many perated him to such a point that
he finally called the man a fool.
4825 Blanding Blvd.
"God never made a fool,"
growled the gardener.
PHONE 771-2803 "That Is quite true," replied \
Smith, "but man was not long in
"America's Fun Sport" making a fool of himself." --
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Local Squadrons Get FirstHandLIok L AI Navy's' ''American Spirit't1' t1



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The United Staes'' newest moviegoers who claimed they JTP;! ; .

aircraft carrier, the USS America went through Wake Island seven II I
(CVA-66)), apparent- times and saw the Roman Em- k I I I II
ly has some of the spirit pire rise and fall three times.
:: UJL! that (founded* this country. Of course, during a shakedCMn : :

.. cruise, there Isn't' much liberty
A detachment from Heavy ;',.F ', and this cruise proved no exception F :-_
Photographic Squadron 62 at '., ..>:;', ',, to that rule. Although '
NAS Jax and two attack jet liberty was allowed at Gltrno, .
L
squadrons from Cecil Field only a few of the detachment's' ,
1
returned this month from the took of the facilities -
________________.______ &T i : men advantage _
shakedown cruise of this coun i a; offered at the sprawling
__________ try's' newest aircraft carrier,the I base. Said LTjg George Sanders, H .
.___ USS America. %J JI "We had all the comforts of : -
_
____ The Naval Air personnel from home aboard the ship except rk k-
____
_____
.'J __________ the two Jacksonville air bases the companionship of the oppo- -( I
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; had mixed opinions on the new site sex." _

'.Ilr ______- ship but all seemed to think that Js concentration requii
the America has the makings ofa "'-'. For a few men now to ship- HlMMY LORANTOS, PH3, portrays the ;t.

truly great carrier. -I ,;:'" board duty, a thorough Indoctrination among carrier flight- crews.__ I
-
Commander W.E. Mowers, was forthcoming. I
skipper of VAP-62 and officer- ;4/ Squadron personnel stood flight .
In-charge of the three plane detachment *. deck intergrity watches, servedas JIr\\ t
that boarded the America ,. mess cooks, participated in ,
In June at Gitmo Bay thought ,:'," ..... working panics, and stood shore ;
that the shakedown cruise wasa USED CARS
patrol duty.
ONE OF 87 landings made VAP-62 E '
by ,
during a month's deployment
most enjoyable one or at !\>
aboi,'rd USS America (CVA-66)). ]least as enjoyable as any shake- ,' The officers found living conditions i'

down cruise can be. to be confortable also. ,
.
ti The VAP detachment, sent -I-- < Junior officers slept as few as .
xt: BEST PRICES IH JACKSONVILLE aboard the carrier to providea two officers and 38 enlisted men I had heard where people would erans of the Atlantic Fleet's' car- shakedown cruise. One sailor remembers eight to a stateroom, where the DUVAL MOTORS
AND THE BEACHES photographic capability for the In the ground! crew. give you wrong directions and rier men." the night that the word older carriers'' staterooms nor-
i ship and the Air Group during During the time, Cdr.'Mowers send you all over the ship look- Chief Thomas continued, "The was passed for "AU personnel l mally held 12 or more )junior BEST BUYS!
1 : their Operational Readiness Inspection and three other flight crews madea Ing for something or someone." problems we had didn't' come concerned to observe taps.:"' And officers. Wardroom facilities \
; (ORJ!)), was composedof total of 87 arrested landings Commander M.D. Barr, skip- from a lack of experience, It there were General Quarters were well organized and! smooth !
four (flight crews as well as aboard the flattop while flying per of VA-64, one of the squad- came from a lack of experiencewith drills twice a day during the running. A snack bar could also SAN JUAN LOT J 1 I,

I 1""'- ____ 172.6 hours. Cdr. Nowers made rons from Cecil Field that was our detachment people a- first part of the cruise. be found In the wardroom. .
FRITZ 23 arrested landings during the aboard the America believes he board an aircraft carrier." On the flight decks, one enlisted OFF ROOSEVELTSPECIAL \

\\F PARMANRet. ,day and six night landings to has the term for what happenedto d However, this inexperiencedidn't man pointed out that opera-
: fiIDR. bring his career total to 268... the America during her shake show In the squadron's' tions became smoother and *.
CPO Lt.. N.W. Pederson chalked up down. The veteran of three carrier record. VAP-62 maintained. an smoother as the cruise went = '
owner 17 day and five night landings, shakedowns calls what is outstanding 98.8% of the time along.It 1 .!- _
) while LCdr. R.D. Frllchtenlcht growing' to the ship "the. American their aircraft were ready for was obvious that many, of FINANCING
hit the wire eight times during Spirit." He said that he launch. This mark brought the the men who served In this detachment = MILITARY

TIRE the day and twice at night. LCdr. thought the new carrier's' crew praise of other airman aboardthe who bad never been I
Harold Ptnnan Mayport PJ. PIzzo added 26 landings to has one of the finest attitudes carrier who said that It had aboard a carrier before, found ,
[Fritz, Pannao bet Jr. Roosevelt his career toal, five of which and spirit of any fleet-going been a long time since they had the duty much to their liking.
4 Normandy '
were made in darkness. outfit.. seen A3s operate so efficiently. M.L Hooper, ATR2, said, "The .: 64 IMPALA.4, .,hardtop,V-8, 63 FAIRLANE, 500 Wagon, 4 I
From the top rank to the non- Compliments coming from the What's' living like aboard the chow was so good aboard the ss / R&H..power steer., dr., 6 pass., Standard shift,
=
SPEED, EQUIPMENT rated in VAP-62, there were two Cecil Field squadrons are America? ship that I wouldn't' mind trans- = very auto/irons.nice. .... .$$2095 R&H, clean . . .$$1495 4
complimentary words for the cooperation just that both outfits had previously "The chow was good,"" said ferring to It from here for that .t

COMPLETE LINE OF, MAG WHEELS received from the. Americas deployed to the nuclear one pilot. "We had somuchsteakthat very reason." The two galleys IMPALA, Coupe, V-8, 63 LE MANS TEMPEST, :2 dr.- ;
RACING SLICKS. CHROME. crew and the deployedAir carrier Enterprise. we got tired of it." An en- aboard the carrier stayed open 64 Sport steer., & auto/trans./ R&H . $$1495
PIPES auto/trans./
Group. Cdr. Nowers said, There Is still some fond memories listed man added, "4.0 all the 22 hours each, thus insuringthat : power I
TACHOMEtERS & FLOORI B could eat brakes . .... . .$$2195
"I personnel
SHIFTS noticed a feeling of friendliness of the "Big E" In the way. flight
amongst the crew, the, squadrons. One pilot pointed out The ship Is air conditioned as any time of the day or night. I
NO DOWN) PAYMENT air group, and our own people. that it was hard to get usedto are all the newer carriers. Butit VAP-62 men praised the off- 64 FALCON, 2 dr., standard 63 GALAXIE 500, 4 dr.. V-8,
This cooperation Is the stack it seems that the America's' cool- duty entertainment offered by -- : shift, heater,real clean.still in auto/trans./ R&H, power steer. :
WEJINANCE 4 ANYONE 6 IN THE missing when you gather normally this after being on gases the Enterprise.once again" ing system works better than the the ship. A boxing smoker, m warranty. .......$$1495 .. . . . $$1695 I II I
USNWflH many people] together In a new The pilots liked< the America'sbig average. Some of the men were library, television, and radio station 1
and unfamiliar the nightly movies 64 VALIANT, :2 dr., itandard 63 CHEVY. :2 dr., auto/trans./ ,
PURCHASE situation about to use plus
OF 4 TIRES No one flight deck for operations.The complaining having AIRCRAFT aboardthe ,
CLEANING = . .$$1395
real clean..$$1395 R&H.& like new
seemed snack bars offered some- shift, heater,
to blankets the hot and
for In
FREE I FREE I FREE get angry at anyone t top side area of this Kitty sleeping America is no din.rentthan
else. Hawk class carrier covers nearly Caribbean area. thing for everybody. The only cleaning aircraft in our hangar." ;
WHEEL WHEEL BRAKE A "new 'salt""' from VAP-62 four and one-half acres. And the squadrons reportedthat complaint here came from the = 63 MONZA, Coupe, 4 speed 58 CHEVY WAGON, 4 dr..
=
I lerned shipboard life the easy Lieutenant Junior Grade J. there was more room for =-= trans., R&H, extra nice...$$1395 V-8.. auto/trans./ R&H. .$$595
BALANCE ALIGNMENT (ADJUSTMENT! way. "I had never been aboardan Graham said it was a sight to each squadron to operate out of. -iii- i
W. E. MOWERS, leaves. aircraft carrier before, and see the ship's crew grow Intoa The ready rooms for each squadron MONEYIN1DAY IN 1 63 FORD, 4 dr.,country sedan, 57 CHEVY :2 dr., 6 cyl. auto//
-, BLACK RECAPS 60? V5 B'lK' 75:014WSWTBIS: ready room t to fly photographic everytlme I had to ask some- smooth team as the shake was bigger than those on the _.... 6 pass., V-8, auto/trans./ R&H, fran$. . . . .$$395
3 & 14 reconnaissance training mis- one directions, I (found these down cruise went along. Enterprise.Of $ ==-= power steer., top condition.
lion during America's' shakedown sailors most helpful and truthful Problems with the new ship? course, there were the funny $S25 to $600 . . . . .$$1795
$$795 cruise. It wasn't' like the Sure moments of confusion on the 56 FORD) 4 dr., V-8. standard
I rumors they were there.ButN.W. SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE ss====- shift.", "R&H. . . .$$295
Thomas, an ADCS In VAP-62, ON YOUR 61 FAIRlANE, 2 dr., 6 cyl.,
pointed out that the ship's'' company Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us =-' standard shift, R&H., air cond.,
ALL PRICES EXCHANGE PiyS TAX was composed of many"vet- EXPRESSWAY how much you want. Pick up the cash at your '_- runs smooth. . . $$1295
ALL OTHER SIZES LOW.. LOW, LOW APARTMENTSFURNISHED.$65.00 convenience. Some-doy service. .
:
VISITCLAUDE '

ENGINE OVERHAUL H HONDAMOTORCYCLES 0 N 0 A $ _-_ 24-MONTH. _REPAYMENT_ PLAN LAND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM !

REBUILD BALL JOINT (Pads &. Labor) 15.95 You Get Mo. Pint. You Get Mo. Pmt. ..- -, .
SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR Parts & Labor UNFURNISHED $$55.00 -
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12.95 NOLAN $$355.79
,$$84.33 $ 5.00 $$21.00
BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts, & Labor) 10.95 ALL MODELS Children Welcome 151.80, 9.00 427.51 25.00

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts. & Labor) 29.95 ...C'.AD.1LLAC..p'O..N..T.IA' ': NOTHING DOWNWe Conveniently Locatedto 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 DUVAL
SCIENTIFIC .' ,. ,.. 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39
ENGINE
TUNE downtown _
UP (Labor) 4.95p '. % ,.:IVIAJNATq: t9RAN erE"" :r': :';. Give Merchants Green Stan\ps\ NAS and Cecil '1= -- -

BIG)p CHIEF TIRE CO. OPEN P MONvTHRU. l'u'NtJLtM;", ) OPEN MON.8 8A.M.-8P.M.. FRI.8 CLEO DAVISREALTORSINSURORS Above payments include interest. (

.. 8 8A.M.-6 6 P.M. SAT. D1ALZC& CO4th74 1 MOTORS r7

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Jax Navy Sail Club Offers Old VP-16 Wives Hold First I'I

Get Acquainted Coffee'The

Fashion Sailing To Sailors"A
Patrol Squadron Sixteen Alfred N. Inman, Jr.; Publicity
Enlisted Wives Group held their Chairman; and Mrs. Albert R.
wet sheet and a flowing sea The club is operated by a fiber glass sloops were recently first "get-acquainted coffee" at Gastigcr, Hospitality Chairman.
wind that follows fast slate of officers elected by mem- received from the Naval
A the Bluejackets Inn, last Wed- Following the, coffee hour and
And fills the white and rustling bers but is supported by the Academy.But nesday morning afllmontheP3"Orion"was
all is not work and no fun meeting,
Services Recreatio i-
sail" Special The first order of business
shown. The coffee was hosted
And:! bends the gallant mast.0 vision. At the present time the for club members as they have performed by the group was the Mrs. Charles J. Eadie,wife of
by
formed what is known as a Tri
the of Club and maintains -,
from Sail
This stanza Songs operates election of the following officers: of-
the
squadron's commanding
Club with the Florida Yacht Club
Scotland will have special mean- their own small navy which Mrs. Harold C. Lutz President;
ficer, and Mrs. Jack M. Kennedywho
and the Rudder Club, and hold
ing to those who have experiencedthe consists of six Rhodes Bantamsof Mrs. Richard C. Mills, Vice with Mrs. Eadle help
thrill of sailing, and here at the 14 foot wooden class, six regular regattas for competitive President; Mrs. Paul T. Ewing, ed along the
to organize
. NAS Jax the members of the Gannets of the 14 foot fiberglassclass racing. They compete at various Secretary Treasurer; Mrs. group.
Jax Navy Sail Club have done six wooden Sun &, Sail times throught the year and have Robert J. Bacter, Calling Com- The next coffee will be on
exactly that. Fish, and one 16 foot Rebel. The just recently hosted competitiveraces mittee Chairman; Mrs.Ronald E. Wednesday, August 11, at 10
.. __ held on the St. Johns. The
---- 1e'J a.m. at the Bluejackets Inn.
Moore, Chairman Mrs.
Nursery ;
next series of races has been set
for July 25 with the NAS Sail
Club hosting the Rudder Club on
the St. Johns, near their club
house.
Like many other clubs, the Sail
Club suffers from the loss of
personnel due to transfer, etc.,
and at present is in need of
new members who have an Interest -
in sailing. Membershipis
open to military personnel and
their dependents, active or retired -
and civilian employees In
the Jacksonville, Cecil Field or I 4' .L7 1
# A k
Mayport area.Whether Jty
r you decide to join the
club or not,you're invited to come
rr +L out and see the thrills and spills

-- that go with competitive racingat
-:! the club's next meet. --*'*"" '
--- Further information concern- GETTING ACQUAINTED. Mrs. Charles J. Eadie, wife of VP.16's
TWO MEMBERS of the lax Navy Sail Club straighten out the sails ing the club can be obtained by commanding officer, gets acquainted with the squadron's enlisted
on one of the club's craft. The building in the background Is the calling the Recreation Divisionat wives who met recently to elect officers for their new group. Left
club house where the members hold m.etingsandsociallundions. Mrs. Richard B. Shaw Mrs. Albert R. Mrs.
Ext. 512. to right are: ; Gastiger;
George W. Sullivan; and Mrs. Otto H. Vogel, who prior to this
meeting has acted as temporary chairman.

The NAS Jax CPO Wives Club will sponsor a Teenage "Swlm'n
I Dance" on Thursday; July 22. Music will be furnished at th CPO
k' P Club pool from 1-11 p.m., for a charge of 50 per person. All teen-
agers are cordially invited to attend this event, and parents are wel-

,. come.
These dances will be held every Tuesday in the future with the next
one scheduled for July 27. A band will provide music.

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JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER ..PAGE.


MoviesMovies Club Schedules


will be shown '
regularlyat
0" CLUB-Music this Friday Mon., July 26 Acey DuceyBar
7 p.m. Monday through Satur- will be provided by the John "Special"

day.NATTC will have Arnold "4" with Johnny Jellnek Tues., July 27 Acey Ducey Bar
two feature on Saturday. Monday Is Steak "Special" Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Cookout night on the patio. For Wed., July 28 Happy Hour 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
urdays, and Sundays. The hospital the gourmet, Tuesday's foreign 5 p.m. 6 p.m. lOtf off on later than Tuesday (for publication, the following Thursday.Ads .
will have, one feature on Sun- dish will be Scandanavian. Dur all drinks. arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
day's at 7 p.m. ing the summer a Patio naoo will 'following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
All evening movies at Cecil be featured every Wednesday Cecil Field CPO Club check or money order for the full cost of' the ad must be
Field begin at 7 p.m. night. received WITH the copy for the ad.
The Cecil Field Chief
These are subject to change. CPO CLUB -The Chiefs Club Officers extend Petty invitation DO NOT SEND CASH
Is open for regular business In to cordially all Chief an Offi-- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . ... . .$2.00
Bldg. 593 and Is Petty Per additional line ((4 words per line// . 0.50
22 serving light
Thursday, July cers at NAS Jax to utilize the
lunches. Dancing this Saturday station's CPO facilities
NAS Dr. Strangelove Peter night will be to Bud Clark. Ther Normal hours of operation are: p..a '- newts

Sellers, Sterling Hayden Vern Henderson Duo will per- Mon. thru Sat. bar open from
NATTC Major DundeeCharl- form on Wednesday. 11 a.m. to 1 a.mf; Sun. bar Real Estate: Information on 2 (SEWING MACHINES) 2
ton Heston, Richard Harris ACEY DUCEY The Mark hours from 11 a.m. to midnight. sales, purchases, equities, rent- 1965 DIAL-A-MATIC
Hospital Go Go Mania The Castle Combo will provide dancing Galley hours Tues., Wed., and als or FHA VA homes. Call ZIG-ZAGS that have never been
Beatles, Hermans' Hermits music this Friday with Sat- Thurs., 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Fri., Walter T Bowen USN Rtd. used. They were LAYAWAYS,
Cecil Field Man With the Gold urday and Sunday entertainment 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sat., 5 pm. Charter Real Estate Co. 387- never picked up, customers left
en Arm Frank Sinatra, Kim being provided by March Wilson to 9 p.m.; and Sun., 1 p.m. to 6511 or 387-2851 at night. area, we are unable to locate
Novak & Redcoats. Bingo every Sun- 8 p.m. Package store Galley them. You can have these ma-
day afternoon and Tuesday night. and CPO Swimming Pool closed HOUSE FOR SALE -Ortega Hills chines for the balance $47. Cashor
Friday, July 23 BLUEJACKETS INN Carl Mon. Pool Hours 11 a.m. to 7 7241 Pineville Dr. near NASJax. terms. Will take older ma-
Boyd & Rhythm Kings will pro- p.m. Tues., thru Sun. 3 Bedrooms, Den:; 11/2 Baths, chine in trade. Ph 353-1946
NAS Young DUllnger Nick vide the entertainment on Thursday Interior newly finished, lowdown any time, will deliver, no obli
Admas, Mary Ann Mobley and Saturday with a Rock n' THURSDAYGeneral payment will pay closing cost. gation. A-1 Sewing Machine Co.
NATTC Dr Str angelove -Peter Roll band on Friday. Sunday's Assembly meeting 387-2428 after 4:30 p.m.
Sellers, Sterling Hayden special guest will be Jimmy V.LP. Luncheon Noon; $1.00 6 USED REFRIGERATOR $25.00
HospitalMajorDundeeCharl- Strickland's TV Band Bingo is per person refreshments free. HOMES + SALE RENT & up. Call Chuck 389-367L
ton Heston Richard Harris featured on Wednesdays. Guest speaker, Captain J. S. Some no dn. Many $0 $100
Cecil Field Pyscho Anthony USO NOTES 318 North Ocean Christiansen, CFAD. dn. No closing costs. New
Perkins, Janet Leigh Street Special events for the homes, AU the X-TRAS, FamilyRm 5636 FIAT LANE 3 BR, 2 B,
coming week Include a Blind FRIDAY"Shrimp Fenced yd., built-in RIo Nr. elm& high sch., Make offer.

24 Date Night on Friday with Sat- Boll", 6-9 p.m. $L25 You name It. TIMMERMANRLTY AvL Immed. 7713087.
Saturday, July urday being Records Choice per person. Dance Nightmusicby BRKR 771-2792 and
NAS Tickle Me Elvis Pres- Night. Vespers Sunday will be Bob King. 7711861. RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALESt. -

ley, Jocelyn Lane at St.Johns Presbyterian Church. Augustine, 11/3 acres, 18T
NATTC Young Dillinger Nick The "Girl of the Month" party SATURDAY"Steak HELP WANTED Top pay for frontage on intra-coastal waterway -
Adams, Mary Ann Mobley will be on Monday night with Special" Dance night- two Sharp Ladies Experienced in $6500. RFD 1 Box 8,
Hospital Dr. Strangelove music being provided by the NAS music by Buddy Clark. Operation of composition equip- St. Augustine.

Peter Sellers, Sterling Hayden Jax Combo. SUNDAY ment (Justowrlter, Verityper, tI I
Cecil Field Go Go Mania Cecil Field EM Club Etc.) Fast typists with News- \
The Beatles, Herman's Her- "Barbecue Spareribs" paper experience also qualify. 1964 HONDA 55 CC new condition -
mits The Cecil Field Enlisted!Men's : MONDAY Call 359-4040,, Mr.-Holt, 10- 2 seats, turn lights, $137. t
Club will offer the -
following entertainment 3847915. I
12 A.M. weekdays.
for It's patrons for "Bar Open")
Sunday, July 25 the week of July 22-28. w I

NAS Young Cassidy Rod Tay- Thurs., July 22 Bingo, 8 p.m. TUESDAY"Bar ACK Reg. Clack' Mia Poodle OLD FASHIONED PrTBDQ, draft
lor, Flora Robson till 10 p.m. Family night, any Open" Male 2 yrs old. $70. Call 388- beer, shuffle board, McGirmis 'If
meal at half price. Tavern. 3638 Park St.
NATTC -TlckleMe-Elvis. WEDNESDAYBingo 7676 or 771-7265 'after 6 P.M.
Fri. 23 Dance night -
ley, Jocelyn Lane July
Hospital Young DUllnger-Nick Music by Mel Gaden and the will be played, startsat
Adams, Mary Ann Mobley "Lazy Rhythm9iris". 7:00 p.m. Would like ride or will consider 40 HP MERC ELECT-long shaft,
Cecil Field Major Dundee Sat.,. ,July 24 '- Pizza night taking a rider from the Beach remote controls, 6 gaL tank, 3
Charlton Heston Richard Har- Two for one 4 p.m-6 p.m. DISPEPJSAPThJ area to the Jacksonville Naval sizes BR props, exc coed, $175.
ris SUn., July 25 Dance night i I Air Station and return. Working 781-1310 ext. 682.
Music by Mark Castle. hours 8-4:30 Mondays through
'h1N 1J Fridays. Call extension 434.
Monday, July 26 h UNFURN APT FOR RENT-cool,
1gwwzcl9ntoM clean spac, 2 BR, kit equip,
NAS
Kisses For My Presi- FOR SALE 3 BR home, closeto conv Cecil NAS 388-3455. I
dent -Polly Bergen, Fred Mac-
NAS $100 down $50 month.
Murray Ck&rt V. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- "
NATTC Young CassIdy Rod 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. 300 GUARANTEED TIRES -$2.00
Taylor, Flora Robson SEE PAGE 16 AND !
& up. Goodyear Service Store,
Hospital Tickle Me Elvis YOU'LL KNOW WHYI! l r
San Juan& Jersey.
Presley, Jocelyn Lane Need a Home? See HAROLD E.
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Cecil Field Dr. Strangelove RIVERSIDECHEVROLET 1 1I HAGLUND, BLDR. 1716Hwy., '
Peter Sellers, Sterling Hay- Orange Park. Normally one, 3939 Boone Park Av 4 Rm.
den available or under construction. Lower $45. 4 Rm. upper $60.
264-2424. (UNFURN $50)) EV 7-3356.
Tuesday, July 27 CEDAR HILLS / I I'D HAVE COME EARLIER i
BUT I'VH BEEN SICK//
NAS Girls on the Beach :

Beachboys, Lesley Gore
NATTC Kisses for my Presi- 1
dentPolly Bergen, Fred Mac-

Hospital Murray- Young Cassidy Rod wAD [cvI

Taylor, Flora Robson AUTO RACING 'P
Cecil Field Young Dillinger -
Nick Adams, Mary Ann. Mob- LOUNGE PACKAGE STOREGO 40 LAP FEATURE
ley
2 HEATS & CONSOLATION RACE

Wednesday, July 28 GO DISCOTHEQUE! I
DANCING UNTIL 2 AM PRACTICE BEGINS 7:30 P.M. i
NAS Main In the Dark Wil-
RACES AT 8:00
liam Sylvester, Barbara Shel- LADIES NIGHT EACH :

ley THURSDAY EVENING. SATURDAY NIGHT
NATTC Girls the Beach -
on MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES
Beachboys, Lesley Gore HALF PRICE:
Hospital Kisses For My Pre- I

MacMurray sident Polly Bergen, Fred 3909 BLANDING BLVD. _

| Celi Field! Tickle Me Elvis CASE LOTS AT COST + 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE
. LENOX at PLYMOUTH _!li.Mile off Norroapdy.Blvd. ,
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PISTOL TRAINING Lincoln, Eisenhower and Kennedy I
from Gen Mac-
According to 2dLt. C. A. and a letter

Chambllss, Jr., Aviation Detach- Arthur.A. Cpl.JerryJ.
gold mine claim for a
ment Training Officer, annual
Marion of the
inspects portion
mine In Montana, dating ,back to
. pistol requallflcatlon will be conducted ; valuable stampcQllection:
for 38 detachment,noncommissioned 1859.
cumulated over the past 11
SMILING NEW CORPORAL A. W Blackman, accepts his pro- officers 17 thru 20 Confederate from stamps. major years. See story this column.
motion 'from Major B. L. Magnets at the Cecil Field Marine Bar August. Stamps every
countries.
racks. The six other Marines receiving promotions are(left to right) Record day will be Aug. 20 unless and most minor
L Cpl. H. D. Roseblock PFC J. B. Chistoin, Cpl. R. F. Pornovets, declared earlies. Targets, First day cancellations on gift. This started Marlon on a
PFC C. .E. Qailey} PFC R. M Lemoi, and PFC T. L. Morrison. pasters and ammo will be furnished all U.S. stamps since 1935 with hobby which seems likely to pay
at the range and the uniform plate blocks. big dividends In the future.
for firing will be optional His two most valuable stampsare CpL Marion Is a member of
N -k-_ Shooters will draw weapons and an old Yugoslavian stamp the Aviation Detachment administrative -
McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE two magazines from the Detach- worth $4,100 and a 1911 Rus- branch.
sian Issue priced at $3,600. Marion -
ment Armory between 7:30 a.m. CEREMONY
also has a set of 28 hand-
and 16. 2dLt.
4:30: p.m. on Aug.
AGENCY. INC. Chambliss will be Range Officer cancelled stamps dating back to Sergeant Major Herbert J.
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS for the detail and GySgt. WesleyL. 1864, and worth an undetermined Sweet became the Marine
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS Fox will be Line NCO. value. Corps' senior noncommissionedofficer
ALL AGES. RANKS. DRIVING RECORDS STAMP COLLECTORWhen A contrast In his collection Is last Friday night duringa
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS- 22's FILED a pair of 1857 Franklin one-cent colorful Evening Parade at the
Naval Air Station Office Naval station Office CpL Jerry J. Marion stamps, one of which Is worth Marine Barracks in Washington.
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road ]leaves for Viet Nam July 30, he $112.50, while its mate Is valued The 45-year old Marine received -
t Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla. will take a stamp collection at only a half-cent. A slight his sword of office from
Phone 388-7676 Phone 249. 649 valued at $137,000 and stash It Ina Imperfection on one stamp caused General Wallace M. Greene, Jr.,
safe place at his Mldvllle, by unmatched perforation Is the Commandant of the Marine
Michigan home until he returns. only difference In the two. Corps, before an.audience of
Taking off on leave ? In addition to stamps,CpL Marlon He became Interested in more than 3,900 Marines and civilian -
collects other Interesting docu- stamps while bed-ridden with spectators viewing the
ments. Highlights of his collection rheumatic fever In 1954. A cousin weekly parade.
Include: who collected stamps visited Sergeant Major Sweet relieved
Letters dating back to 1837. Marion while he was ill and: Sergeant Major Thomas J. Mc-
:;" Letters from Presidents brought ,him 700 stamps as a Hugh to become the fourth Ser-
geant Major in the Marine Corps
since the post was first created
in 1957. The post in unique in
that the Corps in the only U.S.
Armed Force to designate a
senior enlisted man.
The duties of the SergeantMajor -
eUICd of the Marine Corps include
advising the Commandant onmat-
ters pertaining to enlisted Marines -
The Sergeant Major accompanies -
:- the Commandant on
f all trips, to the Corps' post and
'j" Go with an t stations rines.A to talk with enlisted Ma-


8FC'Traveloanl 28-year veteran, the new
; Sergeant Major saw combat in
World War II and Korea. He

l No matter how you travel, an HFC was wounded in action four times,
twice on Iwo Jim a.
Traveloan can help you rest and relax on In addition to his Purple Heart

your leave. Household will provide moneyto awards Sergeant Major Sweet's
personal decorations include the
cover every cost: transportation, lodging, VICE PRESIDENT REVIEWS Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Bronze: Star Medal and Navy:
clothing, and equipment-even a cash reserve left, reviews the evening parade at the Washington Marine Bar. Commendation Ribbon, both with
racks, accompanied by, left to right, Gen. Wallace M. Greene, Combat "V."
for meeting unexpected expenses. Jr., Commandant of the Marine Corps, and Generals Lemuel C.
Repay conveniently when you return. Do Shepherd, Jr., and David M. Shoup, former Corps commandants.The BOARD MEETSThe
parade was held last Thursday following a reception at the
:..,
.,
servicemen do board
than
what more 150,000 Commandant's House honoring Vice PresidentandMn.Humphrey to select First Ser-
every year. Borrow confidently from HFC and attended by Marine general officers attending the annual geants, Master Sergeants and
symposium at HQMC. Gunnery Sergeants for promotion
-Household Finance. to Sergeant Major, Master Gunnery -
Sergeant and Master Ser-
geant and Master Sergeant con-
( Borrow up to $600 IMPORTED PARTS vened In Washington last Mon-
Take up to 24 months to repay day. The board is expected to
be In session about nine weeks.
Members of' the board are:
j Ask about credit life insurance on loans CoL Robert Q. Grider (Senior
at group rates Member); CoL Fred A.Steele;
p CoL James W. Tuma; LtCoL
HOUSEHOlDFINANCE James M. Walley; LtCoL WarrenG.
Hopkins; LtCoL James 0.
COMPLETE STOCK OF IMPORTED Webb; Maj. Jack A. Cohocn;

I i PARTS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIESFOR Maj. John G. Belden; Maj.
==- Charles W. Collier Maj. DavidW.
GO OIaOK4 ALL MAKES AND MODELS ;
'
j OF CARS Ik TRUCKS Francis; Maj. Mary E.
i 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Bane (Woman Marine Officer);
GG C7tytc k'fQ Maj. Orlow "R" Zumwalt; Maj.
I .-. Cedar Hills Shopping Center Charles F. Moser; Maj.Charles
; W 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 t 388.933 L. Albert, Jr.; Capt. Troy R.
,. Oliver (Recorder); IstLt. tho-
j. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541 505 McDUFF AVE. S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 32205 mas b.
A".............&...hwrs Bagley (Asst. Recorder -
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Weekend Gives League CF Slot-Wins Top _: '..1 s s.rM K;1i',; i\



The Cecil Field Raiders swept Four armed:forces trackmen -.Including three national champions -

i' three game series from NAS will represent the .U.S. In its, annual dual meet with Russia at Kiev, !

Sanford this weekend to up their Sixth Naval District Tennis July 31-Aug. L.' I4 f

Fla.-Ga. Conference record to B1111"MIlls.,[ USMC, and Willie Davenport, USA, both 1964 meet
9-2, and become the sole owners plans won In their specialties at the recent National!AAU

oj first .. ": Tournament .Winds Up Here San Diego to qualify for the U.S. team..
\ This road trip gay.-lli4'softball High hurdler Davenport, of the 8th Infantry Division, in Germany,
team a clean slate for the was the only one of'three Army Olympians who made the U.S. team. I

'season against Sanford. Jim Tarr of Pensacola beat fellow PensacollanMarty Fed igan The.other. two, sprinters Mel Pf nder., Ft. Bragg N. C. and Payl| :

' The raiders had to overcome a'two'run 3-6, 6-2, and 9-7 to win the Open Singles Competition in the Sixth Drayton Ft. Campbell.,Ky. failed to grab the. required: first or'second,
def1Cit.lnSaturday'snrstgame Naval District Tennis Tournament held at NAS Jacksonville last place medal In their specialties. F' **

on a rain soaked field] 'The week. Favored Art Walker. Ft. Huachu Ariz., out-distanced 'more experienced

Cecil Field rteam.combined .fiv6 In the: Senior's Division, Cdr. Darrell Horn Air V' nee; with a 52-1 triple;;Jump,oh

hits' walki'and! : ',a hit batsmanin Al Bradbury 'Of'the Naval :'Air his next to last try. ,i Horn's. 51-1 3/f,effort, which 1W:thr *)ghcjA
the third inning to take the Technical Training Center atJax most of the competition, gained him second spot on the U.S.' reant.
lead 5-2. The Raiders scored lost his match 6-0, 6-1 to become Horn also earned a spot' In the long Jump with a second place 25ft

again in the fifth Inning and the runner-up toJackCardlandof 5 1/2 jump behind the 2632 leap by Ralph Boston. ,n
game ended with Cecil Field on Sandford in that Division. For the first time In the history of the U.S.-Soviet competitions
top 63.. Cardland then teamed up with the U.S. will be favored In the distance races In the 1965 USSR dual

Cecil Field outfielder J.T. Edwards Dave Nicoll to beat Cal Leipold meet. q
racked himself up In the and Dick Haney of the Marine Mills and 19-year old Gerry LIndgren expect to continue U.S. I

third inning on a scoring play Corps Supply Center in Albany, growth In the longer events. LIndgren startled the track world',
and may be lost from the team when he ran the Russians Into the ground In last year's dual meet
roster for two weeks. Edwards : \)w" and Mills caused an even greater furor with his 10,000 meter victory -'!

into home and : ,' in the Olympics j
came sliding caughthis '.
hand on the corner of the '( At this year's AAU meet* the! pair paced 'each. 'other to a World '

plate, It took five stitches to the record for the six mile (Just short 'of 10,000 meters) event. Both,
close the wound. been took credit for' the new mark of 27:11.6: although a phototimer show-'4

Cecil Field's hitting,attack in t ed Mills the race victor by a negligible cix-hundredths of a second, I
the first game was led by pitcher Sixth for which he was awarded the meet's' most valuable atflete trophy. !

Don, Bower;, with two hits In four con. Just missing aspot on the: team ,was walker Don DeNoon, USAF,.
be who placed third,in the mile walk
two won by Ron Laird ,
trips to the'plate; Bower also
credit for the w in. First Base week. In the sprints Mel Fender (who has run 9.3 this year) qualified
got Dis easily for the finals', However, he got off slowly after numerous"false t
man Ed Tonges: and third base-
man Howie Hogan each ,added a as starts and just edged Army teammate Tom, Randolph //or; sixth place., I
play. to Randolph, of Ft. EustIS, Va., just mfSsed making the U.S. team
pair of batted In for the I
runs In the 220 where favored lame after both
won Drayton pulled up winning
win I
Raider to lead the team In
60."i his his trail :and semt-trial heats :(fa 2LlJ Randolpl) ,w'on the other semi- i i

scoring.Bower had. seven strikeouts to of final in a 20.9 time.. In the finals, Randolph was')just nudged, for second i
as by James HInes as both clocked 20.7 while Adolph Plummer :
his and five hits.
credit gave up ran a 20.6 mark for first place. (AFPS)
/ <
'
ney
"Big R d' Lane got the pitching after .N.. .t'r I ; I

assignment' for the second Dove Hunting TQ Come In :
game, and' came through with a ''i
shutout performance until, the to
Three Phases T"is Year II
,seventh "( Inning when Sanfordscored ,6-0.... ,
their only on'a cot '
run,
CFJ the TALLAHASSEE Florida hunPtiaSi wBl be> open December la
bination of two hits, passed ball
and a stolen base. 6-2. ters will have a three-phase seathroogh January 3. I
The oldest Cecil Field pitcher 6-0, son for migratory dove hunting Shooting will be allowed from i
during the 1965-66 season, ac12:00: noon until sunset of each
also carried a big bat in the
second gan cording to 0. E. Frye D1recopen day. Daily bag limit for
Red" droveIn
game. "Big after tor Game and Fresh Water Fish dove, will' be 12 with a possess-
two runs with two hits in
slon of j
6-0, Commission. two days bag.
three times at bat. Mac McEwenand
,.. ,, The first phase will be open
-. --y "'"
Tonges also got credit with y.t for dove hunters October 2 Rumors without a leg to stand I
two RBPs in the 9-1 final. r
have of getting around \
through November 7. The second! on a way
John Littleton, Cecil's Medgo- phase opens November 20 to run anyway -- Sparta ((111) News- :
Ing pitcher made his returnknownIn
Plain-dcaler.
through December 5. The third I
the final game whenhestruck- \
cut 11 Sanford batters and pitched
his way to a 4-3 victory in the b N THE CHANGE OF PACE CARS i


nightcap.Manager Bob Scruggs showedhis 1",..tJ .... HAT '\
I j
team a thing or two about A ...,lIti .fI>, j of"
Playing Softball when he put himself f1r : : ..: -" _." i i.t.

in the line-up. The chewing A v '.. ., : '
!r' ;S' :.:..
manager scored one of Cecil's .. x "
four runs, drove another run in a : .

and moved a man Into scoring Reap a r "b it" Itx9A (.' ,,,.,. "
position on a sacrifice. r.R
!"
44444 $ 4'4tof ,
Y y

NOTES FROM ON THE ROAD 150 -'

WITH CECIL FIELD: Scruggswas CAPT. JIM PARR, USMC, accepts the Open Singles Division honors SPYDERf
pleased with his team's per- from Capt. Mockroth after winning the 6ND tournament.
formance and is hoping they can $2655.
repeat the performance this 1100 DSEDAN 1100 DWAGON

weekend at Mac Dill Air Force '
.
I
Base In Tampa.
$1634. $1795.
4444 I I
600) D

What pleased the manager the ".. SEDAN
most was that the Raiders com- .'
,
mitted only three effors In the "(;, ,:... $1298.
three games. Earlier this sea- '" "( .J. '', I
'
: THE RIGHT PRICE SIZE & "
,' j QUALITY. WE GUARANTEE
son errors had robbed the Raid- .' t
'\' ... .. 4 .1 1f.. .. ," ,., EXCELLENT: '.USTQMERSERVJCE TOQU\LITY PRE FSIOKANDARD5 !l
ers of wins on several occasions. .... ,,, .' 1, tt ;
.' "" \ { "t S"'l -, 'fJ
: ;; 'lid.
". .,
'A
Other notes 4444 of happiness* were <;. '<,-',,.\ ? 4\ :::lI ito \ : .,'..'f'1lj: il r If'' I QClA.nS) of: 3JULY i iI
''1(4'0< ,.'t .,
; 1'. ; '
{{ )
McEwen's four hits in nine timesat ; "., / : .j "- ff'"r', '" ) ,' I 1 1 J
Je.
":1" ,. "- .i)1) : so J. v ll
.
bat, Ed Tonges RBI effort, >*I ," '. ,"i #"!. "' Jrl !;; : !
;'- .' t .t # !. AJ
hitting pitchers, and the team'soverall :, ; ... ... ,
: '. \ jr.. ,., ,
,
< ',' t.. ,1
<
(
spirit. Cf course much S"' ___ ... '
:
was added to the later by the DOUBLES%> WINNERS" Jim 2n Lt. GeorgeO'Connell' ,#: 'I,1, and tfjg Mi'tyFadigan 1 :rdNDfiCKS: ; :::: t I :2' ';- 1C j :

humor of balding "Big Red"Lane >IR, accept the Open Doubles honor from Cool MackrotbWV n ers 'cw4

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t Florida 0 Feature.,Special :-. -: CF GolfStandings. a--- irM"1



Hunting Events This SeasonTALLAHASSEE j P
t3"V
Team 'W L _

-- Florida City. Drawing for the Apalachicola VA-44 10 \ 1 g [
sportsmen can look forward to a hunts will be held on August 2 Y
Admin 9
_
series of special hinting events 27, while the drawing for AMD 9 2
during the 1965-66 hunting sea- the Osceola hunt will take placeon 2
NAMTG .
,9. '.
son. According to the Game and August 3L' .. / .
.". ,'
: Weapons ###2 8I., ; 3
Fresh Water Fish Commission .
Florida's, bow Med/Dent. 6 4
these special events will include hunting enthusiast
bear hunts hunts deer can participate in four VA-45 71/2 41/2
archery ,
###1 4 5
Weapons
and wild hunts.Twentyeight special archery hunts as follows:
quail }hog
Photo 21/2 61/2
Ocala Wildlife Management Area Flghtln'
special three- located in the Ocala National Gophers 21/2 71/2

day bear hunts are scheduled for Forest, ,October 23 through October FAETU/OFT 11/2.7/2.
. the,Osceola and Apalachicola 31; Citrus, Wildlife,Man, Operations / -::: 8
tional Forest beginning Septem- agement Area located in Citrus Marines l' 9
ber 20 November 6.Hunt-
through County, October 16 through October -
ers who wish to participate in 31 and weekend
these managed hunts should file November 6-7, 13-14, hunting 20-21,25-on Final Standings In Jax LT. HARRY A. FOLKINS accepts the high average trophy from Cdr.
Menard after maintaining a 190 with the Cursors, who
application prior to 11:00: A.M., 28 and December 4-5 average
August 27.Applications. tary Reservation ;located EgllnMili in I IM League represented Operations in the bowling league.

for the Apalachicola Northwest Florida, October 23 American League
Bear Hunts should be: filed through November 7. A special Ends FICEUR
with the Commissions Northwest archery hunt for wild hogs is Cloak and Daggers 57-23 IM Bowling ;

Region Office at P.O. Box 576 scheduled for the Guano River Eagles 511/2.281/2
Panama City. Applications for the Wildlife Management Area located Needlers 51-29
Osceola Bear Hunts should be in St. Johns County on Chiefs 50-30 Whips Hospital In Rollolfs

filed with the Northeast Region January .22-23, 29-30, February 3rd Crewmen 48-32 -
Office at P.O. Box 908, Lake 5-6; 12-13 and 1920. Lillys 47-33
'- :-- Guessers 45-35 The Intramural bowling season
Neptunes 43-37 rolloffs ended last Friday night P
AEWRON 42-28 with the CPO's of Fleet intelli-

Inlet Marina ComStore 5 40 1/2-39 1/2 gence Center, Europe winning the
Metros 39-41 end-of-season rolloffs to
cop .
..t AND B"OATYARD''' Riggers 36-40 first place, followed closely by

]J4Wet Doctors 37-43 the keglers from the hospital's "Fu 1
:.
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS Electrons 36-44 Spoilers team.

t Cannon Cockers 33-47

Playboys 31-41 In trophy presentations made atthe
& Dry Storage Marine Ways' Griffins 31-45 end of the rolloffs, Cdr. L.
Brad Bradfield & USN/RET .
t owner operator Molarolas 301/2-451/2 A. Menard, NAS Jax Executive

U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH FlagStaffs 26-46 officer, presented team and individual -
ORANGE PARt PHONE 264.98351 Darters 261/2.531/2 trophies. High game and
; AOMD 19-57
high set honors went to WilliamA. 12

Notional League Burns of the C&R Mix Mas-
ters for his 279 game and 708
CPOs 1/2-211/2 series., TOM HODGES, MAC, accepts
Pelicans 48-28 the Intramural Bowling trophy

JACKSONVILLE: TRAILER MART'S Five Sharps 461/2.291/2 The high average for the season from NAS Jax executive officer
Cdr. L. A. Menard. Hodges
46-30
SkyWarriors went to Harry A. Folklns of
bowled with FICEUR'S CPOs ,
Mixers 45-31
Operations Cursors team for who won the spring bowling
Air Frames 45-31
MofJUHome his 190 average maintained over
Lucky 7 7 42-34 42 regular league games. championship.
V Sidewinders 44-36

AEWRON 381/2.331/2 Three trophies: were given to league, Ron Elliot of AMD's AirFrames
Spartans ,.' ,: '. ..3838I the most improved; ,. bowlers la : five received .a trophy
Warriors '. 38-38 each league for the 21-pin
during"regular season improvement to
Paymasters 37-39 competition._ ,In the National his average in 45 league games.
679th "
NCOS 341/2-371/2 Tom Gary of VAP-62's 3rd Crew-
$H.H- AOMD
35-41 CHURCH of CHRIST men was recognized for the 32-
Presagers 33-39 52Z3 WESCONETT BLVD. pin improvement in his averagein
Rejects 30-38 NEAR NAS 51 games while Continental
*! Protrons Airman '. 211/2-421/2 JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. League's most improved bowler

231/2.481/2 was Walter Lockman who added
Marines 'SUNDAYS:;
21-53
,
24 pins to his average in 53
0 Continental LeagueMix 10:00: A.M.: BIBLE WORSHIP games. Lockman rolled with the
11:00: A.M: WORSHIP .
*
Dispensary's Gutters:
Masters P.M.EVENING
58-22 7:00: SERVICE t

,r'' Spoilers 55-25 WEDNESDAYS:
FICEUR, by copping the top
Supply 53-27 P.M. MIDWEEK SERVICE
7:30: honors, gained 1000 points towards
---__ SPECIAL r Cursors 52-28 ''CHURCH PHONE SP 1. 013
Pizzans the Ironman's Trophy,
50-30 MINISTER PHONE SP 1.2646
w, FINANCING : Owl Hoots 50-30 while second-place Hospital
f t T Nockers 441/2.351/2 gained 750 points, third-place
TO VP-16 got 500 points, C&R got
WHY
450 points, VP-45 350 points.
NAVY During rolloff play, the CPOs
GAMES OF beat fellow-FICEUR team, the
RENT? ;; PERSONNEL! 40 Cloak and Daggers 4-0, VP-16

BOWLINGA Eagles, 21/2-1 1/2, C&R
4-0, VP-45 Pelicans (forfeited
because of deployment) 4-0,
WHEN YOU'RE TRANSFERRED TAKE $ 2 00 and finished the rolloff play be

I YOUR MOBILE HOME WITH\\ YOU. FOR ONLYStarts besting L second-place Spoilers 3-

BIG SELECTION 10 Ft. & 12 Ft WIDES!
r July 23rd. CALL CENTRAL LANES NOWto
Card reserved in Final Standings tRoll?ff Com
have a 40 Game Bowling
petition:
IJACKSONVILLEFT your name. FICEUR CPOs 171/2.21/2
HURRY!! ONLY 1000 CARDS TO BE SOLD.
Spoilers (Hospital) 16-4

(TRAILER MART WIDES Eagles (VP-16)) 111/2.51/2

t c" with LIVING ROOM ENTBA.L: NES Mix Masters (C&R) 8-12

t Tilt-Out Increases Cloak & Daggers (FICEUR 7-13
5887 Roosevelt Blud. Pelicans (VP-45)) 0-20
LIVING AREA 1838 CASSAT AVE. Phone 384-4556 ( Withdrawn because of

i.. deployment)
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JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE 15


:' COLUMN LEFTBy VP-30 Maintains Undefeated "




Dave Colby 1 MI4 1'r Record In Softball PlayoffThe

itlG l
The "Gridiron Flash News" publications have hit the magazine P
racks once again and once again the editors are looking deep Into the Intramural softball play- championship will determine the
crystal ball and gazing at the heavens for the nation's top college offs have entered the last games winner of the Ironman Trophy

football team here with four teams already for the Spring Intramural session -

The search for number one L Notre Dame ,' eliminated. ComFalrJax Staff FICEUR, who has won the
| usually ends on Nov. 20 with a 2. Texas -:. was the first team to drop from trophy twice In a row, was far
bang and a moan. Very seldom 3. Southern CaL tourney competition after losingto behind leading VP-30 until bowl-
I does the quest for national 4. Syracuse VP-30, 5-3, and NAMTG, 10-5.
tallied and
Ing scores were
championship follow what was 5. Alabama C&R eliminated NARTU4-1 after ,
t FICEUR came with a 1000
up
predicted In mid-July. 6. Michigan ; FICEUR has beaten the reservists -
points for winning the rolloffs.
Predicting Is a fun game, especially 7. Purdue 53. A 10-6 victory over
Now, all of a sudden, they lead
If the predictors: C&R VAP-62 eliminated the
can :8. Penn State by In the race for the trophy with
later look back and laugh. Most 9. Maryland C&R team, who also lost to 1975 points. '
guessers would just as soon 10. Louisiana State Communications In a close 2-1

shrink back In some corner,Stan Here Is why they won't finish game. FICEUR then took on a VP-30 Is undefeated In softball -
the process all over again, and be that way. spoilers role to oust NAMTG and assured of at ]least a

quiet. Texas Is playing a one game 4-0 after the NAMTG nine had second-place slot. They currently -
For a few laughs let's look at schedule this year. The game of been shut out by V VAP-62 50. have 1850, Ironman points
what happened with last year's the year for the Longhorns will The winner of the Softball
predictions. The oldest publication
come against Arkansas as IthasIn -
at this game Is Smith and the past. If Texas wins this

Street's Football Yearbook, this game they could go undefeated
year's edition Is the 25th. The and become national champs. On IMPORTANT NOTICE!

editorial staff of this magazine Is the other hand the tables could

made up of the country's top be turned If the Razorbacks win.

sports editors. Notre Dame doesn't seem tobe VALIANT"KING
Here's the way they too solid a choice for the number LOVELY SCENE An elegant
picked them last year: one spot. There are teams on chair, a beautiful chapeau, a OF THE COMIiACTS"SALE
TEAM FINAL RECORDL Notre Dame's schedule] that are flowered swim suit and Barbara

Mississippi 5-4-1 going to make the Irish fight for Kent add up to a totally captivating
2. Navy 3-6-1 their victories. Keep In mind scene along the Florida
3. Texas 9-lrO: that the Irish have to face there.

4. Illinois 6-3-0 Southern CaL again this year; 1697 .
5. Oklahoma 6-3-0 then add a dash of pity for Notre Sports

6. Syracuse 7-3-0 Dame when they have to face Pur- AFTER $157 DOWN, $56.80 MONTH
7. Ohio State 7-2-0 due and Michigan State.
Southern 7-30-0 ShortsAn INCLUDES TAX, TAG AND LIFE INSURANCE
8. CaL There are Just too many up-
9. Notre Dame 9-1-0 minded the Irish'sschedule LIMITED SUPPLY
set teams on for
WILL TRADE
organizational meeting
10. Louisiana State 7-2-1 ] this year for them togo all persons Interested In officiating SPECIAL FINANCING FOR SERVICEMEN

Here's the finishedat undefeated. In the NAS lax Touch Football -
way they In the Big 10 the scent of Roses
will be held Mon-
the end of the season: program
TEAM should be the strongest on Nov. day, July 26 at 4:00 p.m. In the
Alabama 20th and It will probably come Athletic Office, located In Bldg. II

Arkansas .. '" *' .' from Arm Arbor after the Michi 3. This will be the first meet- IL i- e 7'I

Notre Dame gan-Ohio State game. Ing of the clinic,with future times "
Both teams have schedules with and dates to be set. All hands
Michigan room to breathe, the Buckeyesa
Texas Interested In officiating are Invited -
Nebraska little] more so than Michigan. to attend. ,1218 San Marco BUY NOW! 359-2024,.
The Wolverines must play Michigan -
Louisana
State State and Purdue In two * * *
Oregon State straight weekends. Both these
Ohio StateSoothem The first organizational meet-
teams have a good opportunity Ing for the Fall Intramural BowlIng -
CaL to go undefeated this year. program will be held at
With a few additions and sub- And who would like to count 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 28.
tractions Smith and Street didn'tdo Bear Bryant's Alabama team out All commands, units, departments -
too bad; the magazine had of contention? Joe amath might Interested In entering
one of Its Top Five selections be gone but what about quarter- teams In the first of the fall
Texas, In the final Top Five back Steve Sloan who kept Ala- "Ironman" sports program are
Four of Its next five ended up In bama going when Namath was urged to have a representative
the Top Ten with some revisions out with an Injured knee. present at this meeting.
In the standings Nor can Syracuse, Penn Stateor
be counted . . .
Now a look Smith and Street's Southern CaL out

25th effort: of the running. At 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday

July 28, a meeting will be held
In the Athletic office to plan
Goff
Pitches No-Hitfer Jax
for the fall golf season. Golf
I representatives from all com-
mands desiring to participate In
Navy Loses Two AnywayA the Intramural golf season are

advised to attend this meeting.

poor fielding, weak hitting to win 3-2.
* * *
Jax
Navy softball team dropped Jax Navy scored Its two runs
both ends of a doubleheader(des- in the third inning when the The Jax Navy varsity softball
pite the fact that Maury Goff Robins' pitcher walked the bases team will play a doubleheader See us faa vacation loan
Pitched a no-hitter for the local loaded and allowed a single: up against Delta Drug this Friday
nines) to Robins Air Force Baseat the middle to Lou Rada. 12 bat- evening at 7:00 on Enterprisefield.
Macon, Georgia last Saturday ters struck out in the opening All Hands are invited to

morning. contest.In attend the game. ?
The doubleheader rained out the second game,Maury Goff t4t
Friday night, saw the Jax team came up with the no-hitter and CF Softball BARNETT
collect five hits strikeout 21 the loss. The winning run scoredIn NATIONAL HANK OF JACKSONVILLE

times, and, except for the hits, the second when Goff walked StandingsTeam ,
never get a ball out of the infield the leadoff batter The next man Y/ L MIMIC' rCOCNAL DIPOSITNRURANCt CORPORATION
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16 JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER JULY 22

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Saratoga Will Undergo About




$4 Million Repair At Mayport ,

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The attack a1rcr aft carrier USS vent the SARATOGA from sailing and slightly larger vessels," he
SARATOGA will undergo approximately the St. Johns River to repair said. To meet a target date of
four million dollars facilities In Jacksonville. July 23. Captain Swope said a
worth of maintenance{ and upkeep -' "crash program" was started a
work at the U.S. Naval Station Captain Jack M.James,SARATOGA's month ago to obtain necessary
Mayport during the next Commanding: Officer, steam and electrical equipment.
six months. Initiated the request for local Mayport hopes to provide the
The Navy's unprecedented repairs to allow an Increase In ship with about 40 per cent of
plans for the SARATOGA were homeport time. The hugh vessel its normal electrical require-
revealed. by Navy officials who returned July 12 from an eight- ment. The remainder will be L--
..
are pleased In having the ship's month Mediterranean deploymentand supplied by the SARATOGA'S
work performed here. They point has spent 14 of the last 18 emergency diesel generators.Rear .
out that past practice has beento months away from Mayport. Admiral Robert Gold- -
send aircraft carriers toother thwaite. Commander Fleet Air,
According to Captain James
Jacksonville said he is
for maintenance
east coast ports the 120 day import period will very
and! upkeep work. benefit both the Navy and the pleased that Navy approval was CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Repairs to the SARATOGA given to perform the SARA- .
Jacksonville and beach communi- BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
be accomplished during a period TOGA'S work here. "This is a
ties. "News of the additional
described by the Navy as "restricted home port time," he said, "has significant step forward for May- 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
availability." Actual port" he said, "am I am par-
already provided a boost in the 64 VOLKSWAGEN BUS DELUXE. .... . . $2195
work will take that the
about four ticularly pleased Naval
morale of both men and their 4 R&H all interior bucket
speed, vinyl seats, tutone paint,
months, but It will be stretched families." Station can provide this type .
WSW, Like new.
out six months' with such short notice"
over a period. support 64 SUPER SPORT COUPE. . . . . .$2395
The ship will continue to operate He pointed out that the "Being able to accomplish the I
car- Straight stick, V-8, R&H, Solid Maroon, Black interior,Bucket
out of Mayport on carrier qualifications rier's million-dollar monthly maintenance and upkeep work in I seat,..WSW. >

and other operations payroll will remain in the Jacksonville the SARATOGA homeport will 64 CORVAIR COUPE. .... . . . . $1595 I
I> during this period. and beaches area in addition allow her officers and men additional Straight stick, R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior.,
The majority of the work required to the estimated four mil time with their families extra extra sharp.

on the ship will be accomplished lion dollars in repair contracts. ," the Admiral said. "Over 64 BARRACUDA. :.... . . . . .$2395 ,
.*'** by local shipbuilding Preliminary work plans were the past years, Atlantic Fleet Sport coupe, auto/trans., V8. R&H solid blue, WSW. still
I I and! repair firms on a contract not received until June 17, according Atack Aircraft Carriers have in new car warranty.
' basis. All contract ship repair to Captain James S. averaged 76 nights a year in their 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN . . . .. : .$2595
{ work will be done under the Swope, Mayport's Commanding home port.This problem has been : 4 Dr., HT, V-Il, Auto/trans., PS, Fad. Air, Extra nice. 2 to
I supervision of Commander R. C. Officer. aggravated for our Mayport carriers choose from.

I Rice, IndustrlalManager-Super- "Mayport Is not equipped to due to the necessity for 64 BELAIR .... . . . ... .- . .$2095 I
r visor of Navy shipbuilding In provide shore steam and powerto them to be in other ports for 2 Dr., straight stick 6 cyl., R&H, Fad. Air., Forrest Green
! Jacksonville.It carriers, only for destroyers periods of rstricted availability WSW, Like new.
will not be necessary to dry as well as periodic overhauls. 64 OLDS 88 SPORT SEDAN ... . . . .$2995
dock the SARATOGA during the "Performing this work atMay- Auto/tran..V-8 J power steer and brakes, R&H, Factoryair
repair period. The maintenance port not only allows the shipto silver blue. W/S/W.
and upkeep work will be accomplished continue her routine operations 64 PONTIAC TEMPEST SPORTCOUPE.$2495
In such a manner thatthe but also ease the burden Auto/trans., V-8, power. steer, R&H fodory air Solid blue,
aircraft carrier will not be dis- on our Navy men and! their fami- W/S/W.
abled and will be able to get underway 63 IMPALA 4 DOOR SEDAN. .... . . . $1795
on short notice. lies."I hope that this same' plan Auto/trans./ V-8, power steer, heater, silver blue, WSW.,
AU work will be performed can be followed for other Mayport all originial, low mileage.
t at the carrier's Mayport berth. r carriers." 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . . . .$2195
Bridges and water depth pre- A I Auto/trans./ V-8, power steer and brakes, R&H, elect windows -
factory air conditioned, solid white/blue interior,
-1 WSW.
63 LEMANS COUPE ... . . . . .$1195
4 spd. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid Maroon, block interior. .
I r rrr 63 RAMBLER WAGON. ... . . . $1595
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