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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
milltrxy department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised

VOL. 23 NO. 24 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 26, 1965VA176

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Wins'E' nations"Pre-school for public physlcalexaml-schools are Capt. Werner Relieved

encouraged but not required by -
Florida State Law. Such exam- ,
While DeployedAboard inations, therefore, do not haveto '
be accomplished prior to theopening
of schools,and wlllcontinue As CO Of Shangri-La

'Shang'Attack to be performed on an appointment -
basis only so as not -

Squadron ONE SEVEN to Interfere with the proper 'L, .....,, <\ i,"" ," ,I:' :'" ," ); '''::'l'< SIX, deployed to the Mediter- treatment" of sick and Injured "t"'i' r:; .',)\f, '< ,, :..t'1". ,''t: ,'.,<,-t:"" .Jf.: (:> "t t.,..:" :
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Air Forces, Atlantic Fleet. for a + q
VA-176 flies the A-l "Sky- rr. -, -
raiders", affectionately known,as y f
the SPAD, and when based ashore Month:, of July
is located at the U.S. Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville Florida. Lawrence D. Burnes, A01,
The highly coveted "E" Is awarded of the Weapons Division has been
annually to squadrons selected as the N AS J ax Serviceman p Y J. _
which most highly display the of the Month for July. ,
qualities of efficient peacetime He was presented)his commendation i7Ta

operations coupled with maxi- last Friday morning, August .
mum combat readiness. This is 13, by Captain; J.R. Mack-
the second time that VA-176 has roth, Commanding Officer, N'AS.
been awarded the "E" In the He also received check for S50 a

past three years. from the station Recreation rurd.
During fiscal year 1965, VA- He was selected because of his
176 was deployed a total of 192 outstanding performance of the

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Cdr Weber To Address I


I National AFMA ConventionJacksonville

A MOMENT BEFORE departing SHANGRI-LA, Captain R.L. Werner bids farewell to (IL-RI) Chaplain J.C.
40 of the
Chapter Chapter will attend the National
Brown, Jr.; Chaplain P.P. Adams; Commander M.P. Meed C.O., VA-46 Commander G.D. Edwards,
Armed Forces Association Convention the Jacksonville -
Mangement to
represent Jr.. C.O., VA-176; and Commander J.H. Scott. C.O., VA106. .. _
received a signal honor area and to support Com
when of Its mem- mander Weber. Those
recently one indicating
Capt. August W. Elliott, Jr., During the July 16 Change ot Werner, In addition to the Battle
bers Commander Weber
Kent J. and early Intent to attend are
Assumed command of the Attack
Award the Communications -
Command, Capt. Werner received Efficiency ,
was invited to be the prin- Captain John R. Mackroth, Mrs.
Aircraft Carrier
ShangriLaAug.
the Atlantic Fleet Battle and Weapons Depart
cipal speaker at the Association'sNational Florence Spann, Mr. James
21 while the ship was anchored -
In the
Efficiency plaque from Rear Admiral ments were outstanding
Convention be heldIn
to Kavln, Chapter Secertary, Mr.
at Pollens Bay,Mallorca, Robert UTownsend.Com Atlantic Fleet. Tofiirtherexem-
Washington, D.C., August 31 Jack Leverence, Vice Presi-
Spain an Island in the Medi-
mander CarrfcrDivsooSIX plify die leadership of Capt.Warner -
through September L dent of Programs, and Mr. B.R. terranean which lies 130 miles
Vice Admiral Charles
Captain John R. Mackroth, DIxon. Mr. Leonard Eubanks southeast of Barcelona presenting
Commanding Officer, NAS Jax, Executive Vice President, will Capt. Elliot relieved Capt. T.Air Booth, II, Commander Naval / Fighter Squadron 62 and Attack -
and President of the local Chapter be unable to attend because of Walter E. Clarke. Capt. Clarke Forces, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Squadron 176 of Carrier Air ,
The Battle
presented the Invitation to prior commitments. All except assumed command Aug. 16,when Efficiency award was Wing TEN embarked on ShangriLa ;
presented USS
Cdr. Weber. Rear Admiral T.B. Mrs. Spann, who Is from NAS he relieved Capt. Ralph L. Werner the to attack Shangri-La carrier as in were awarded the Battle Efficiency {
Neblett, USN (Ret.), Executive Cecil Field, are from NAS Jacksonville He will now resume his the outstanding Atlantic and MediterraneanFleet Awards as the outstand- I
Vice President of the Associa- duties as Chief of Staff, Com- the 1963 fiscal ing Fighter and Attack Squadrons -
tion, Issued the Invitation. mander Carrier Division SIX. during year. in the Atlantic Fleet. Attack -
Continued 2 Under the
on leadership of
Several member of the local page Cam. Squadrons 106 and 176,
also on Shangri-La, wereawaeded -
President Bill
Signs Pay the Chief of Naval Opera-

tions Safety awards for the fiscal -4

: :6 p rM1 .-Ir1 1at.k Effective September 1 1st year 1965.


4 .t J t.4 President Johnson signed the l-blllion military pay bill. Sunday Capt. Werner, nicknamed
1$ August 2L The pay raise will become effective September L "Bull Moose" early in his
In signing the bill Johnson noted that It was more than twice the career by fellow officers, assumed -
amount he recommended, but said In a statement' : "In this critical command of ShangriLain

period, however: In the light of the alternative available to me, February 1965.
I have concluded that the public Interest will best be served by sign-

ing the bill". Capt. Werner will report to the
Although the pay bill will mean raises for everyone in the services Staff ofCommandAirWingJack-
officers and enlisted with less than two years service will receivethe sonville, for duty. He and Mrs.
L __ largest Increases- 22 percent Increase for officers and 17.3 Werner, the former Ida Lois

: {F Increase for enlisted. Officers with more than two years service Carolyn Jacksonville,have five
r will get a flat 11 percent boost. daughters and reside at theMay- t
Also provided under the provisions of the bill will be a regular port Naval Station.
r r( ll-ycar review of the military pay structure, and annual reviewto :
; assure military pay stays in line with living costs, and Increased Capt. Elliott reported to .1

w. .: .> J combat pay for servicemen In Viet :-am. Shangri-La from the Staff of
Officer While the President signed the pay bill he vetoed aL78-billion Commander Naval Air Force, U. ti .. i
MACKROTH, NAS
CAPtAIN JO-N R. Commanding Jax
military construction authorization bill on the grounds that it Infringed S. Atlantic Fleet, where he had
presents Cdr. Kent J. Weber and invitation 'from RAdm T.p.! Neblet,
on executive powers The bill would have affected the threebast".i served as Assistant Chief of Staff
the ,'
USN ''ret.i to be a principal speaker at Armed Forces enoge.
In the Jacksonville area. for Readiness since July 1964.
Convention.
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| for a day. :'ID'', l Jn""e,: ; ,..CiP:"ffs. :

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\. SUNDAY General Robert F.. Lee said, "Duty is the subliniest word in the
English language A lad attempting to quote this statement became
Service of Communion
8:00 a.m. Holy confused andWrote, "As General t.t'(, has said, "Duty is the slimmest

9:30 a.m. Service of Divine word in the English language." Here we have something of the attitude
and altitude of duty.In .
\Ihv : i ,,,l *ER/C44 Worship School for twenty-fourth chapter of Genesis< is an account of the attitudeone

WORkflj 9:30 a.m. Sunday man had about duty. It is the record of Eleazar, the chief servantof
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through
; ii j ages 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine Abraham, being commissioned to seek out a wife for Isaac. the
Worship story tells how he refused to eat until he had told his errand. He

6:30 Youth Fellowship placed duty above desire.
p.m.
Take your Bible and,read this thrilling narrative. You will notice
WEDNESDAY that Eleazar held high the trust of duty and! placed fidelity above

I II Ii fraud. He could have slipped out something from the wealth of
I 4:30 p.m. Junior:ctioir Re' \' Abraham because we read that Abraham, trusted him with all he

hearsal had. But he was a faithful servant who wanted to give a good account
i W 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal of all the wealth entrusted to him.
Also In the true life drama it is accounted of Eleazar that he prayed

/ 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, for divine direction in the important: task of selecting a wife for,the

Also on all Holy Days son of promise} He took his job seriously. He saw the end of the
Catholic Services at St. Ed- mission as being as important as it actually was. He elevated the

ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval end of duty and placed piety above pleasure.In .
Hospital this day of moral breakdown in so many areas of American life
6 September 1965 there is a challenge to each person to place duty above desire.
SUNDAY MASS
Editorial
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital BURNES (Continued from Page 1))

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed-
Labor Day Salutes Skill, ward's ChapeL duties assigned him in fulfillingthe arms repair work have resultedIn
important mission of his di- considerable savings for the
DAILY MASS vision. command.

Strength of U.S. WorkersTo 11:30 Burnes who is senior white hat Burnes is an outstanding small
a.m. St. Edward's Chapel at the Station Armory Is reponsl- arms repair work have resultedIn

ble for the custody,maintenance, considerable savings for the
many Americans, Labor Day Is simply the last holiday of the MONDAY & TUESDAY and security of approximately command.
summer season. Since It always Involves a three-day week-end,
is small
1,000 firearms In carrying out Burnes an outstanding
millions of people observe It by jamming the nation's highways, 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC his duties, he has made a large arms Instructor and his emphasison
trying to have as much last-minute "fun-in-the-sun"
as possible
contribution in Improving the accounts safety had produced an envi-
before the of
approach winter. FRIDAY for the number of gunson able safety record over 5,000
The true of Labor Is all but lost of That
meaning Day to many us.
hand. Since he assumed the shooters have fired on the range
is unfortunate because Labor has for all 12:05 U.S.
Day a deep significance p.m. NavallIospitalSATURDAY
Americans.So supervision of this system there during the past year without a
has been no lost. single accident.
let's refresh our memory. Let's take a quick look at the his- guns
tory of Labor Day, and the American heritage it represents. Under his supervision, the Interior CDR. WEBER
of the has been
Labor Day is a working man's holiday. Observance of it began In 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel vastly improved Armory (Continued from Page 1)) .
renovation.His
1882 when the Knights of Labor, a workers' organization of the time, by
knowledge and in small Commander Weber of the
ability one
CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY
sought to name the first Monday in September Labor Day. Work-
active of the local
most Chap-
Ing people throughout the nation asked for state laws to make it 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
ter's 150 members instru-
a legal holiday. Oregon, in 1887, was the first to act. Other states Masses VA.176Continued was
quickly followed suit. Congress declared it a national holiday in Catechism Classes Grade School mental In Initiating the Chap-
: (
1894. Now It Is a legal holiday throughout the United States and Can- from Page 1)) ter's "Study Group" Program.
ada as well. SATURDAY' days, and compiled 6,817 accident After establishing the program,

From the beginning, the Idea behind Labor Day was to comme- free hours. The squadron is now a his enthusiastic leadership made
morate the efforts of the American labor force-that group of workingmen 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- part of the powerful Sixth Fleet, the program one of the most
and women who represent a cross-section of American strength ties building 722. and furing its Mediterranean deployment successful in the Chapter's history -
and know-how. has visited many The program was national

Why a special day just for working people? As members of the TrafficViolations important foreign ports, among recognition and resulted in the
armed forces, we can provide one ready answer. Our weapons, which were Istanbul, Turkey;' invitation to present it at the National -

our equipment-used In our dallyjob of protecting America's freedomare Naples, Italy; Cannes, France; Convention.The .
the result of American skilL Without the labor force, there would Genoa, Italy; and Marseille, theme for this year's National -
be no planes to fly, no missiles to launch, no uniforms to wear, no The following is a report of France. The squadron personnelare Convention, "Changing
barracks, no office equipment-none of the ordinary tools we use motor vehicle accidents and now looking forward to their Patterns In Defense Management -
every day. traffic violations for the period return to Jacksonville in late ," Is of timely Interest to

So, while you are on your way to your holiday fun spot this Labor August 17 through August 23. September. anyone concerned with any facet

Day, take a moment to remember that the car you're riding In the Number of Accidents VA-176 Is commanded by of management In the Department
road you're driving on-in fact, just about everything that makes Commander George D. Edwards of Defense or the Hefense Indur-
America great-are products of the American working man and woman. This Week August 17 through August Jr., of Jacksonville, tries. Throughout the Armed

23 . . . .4 Florida, where he resides. at Forces, management techniques,
Total Accidents this year through 4640 Anvers Boulevard, with his philosophies, and methods are
August 23. . . 156 wife Sybil, and daughters Jana, changing almost as rapidly as the
Number of Accidents through August age 15, and Patti, age 1L changes In weaponry.

I BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS I Total number 64 .of. days. .since. last 167

Injury In a motor vehicle accident -

- . . . .4

Number of ViolationsThis

Week . . 37
AX A.IR'NE: : : S Speeding . . .8 i
Reckless Driving . .2 :
Going through Stop Sign 3 r tiiT4
Other Violations . 24
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise( Newspaper Thirty-eight drivers appeared
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, before the Traffic Hearing Board

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a at the meeting held on August 24.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR I Disposition of the cases includedthe

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, following: nine lost driving 4
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before and parking privileges aboard "
publication. News items welcomed for all .. 'r
are sources-
station for various periods: one 4,<
Telephone( EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. w a assigned* to complete an .,'iftv:,:" <, ",i;.. :;.w.. :;J; "',"; ''it r-:,;\,!'': M
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning eight-hour course in remedial > \
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing fbL; .; ;: :>' : ::
driving at Jax Police Academy; _-x.--lit. ,,,'::J. ',.'.,";.), '.,'["''"" ", '. '
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida one received suspensions;seven 'if. < ft.

Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. teen were given warnings; none Officer ANNIVERSARY, end William Fitch, NAS Jax Special Services
Mrs Paul>
the
Lanier
cut the commemorating
cake
dismissed; none fined(U.S.COM 20th
VOL. 23 NO. 24 AUGUST 26, 1965 .. MISSIONER); and ten referred to the lounge anniversary which of the NASMainsideLounge.Mrs.Lanier manages
is located in Bldg. 955, Providing home-type
commanding officers for possible atmosphere f fop a
disciplinary action. watch service personnel where they come to write letters
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E 1 andtg SERVICE; STATION Tenneco, Fund DrivesConsolidate During Eleventh FOR Deploynm I\


103rd and B LAN DING OFFERS Field After a short two months Services Office. These tours( 1:
In past years at Cecil aboard the attack aircraft USS were 'to Capri, Pompeii
GAS FOR LESSTo there have been numberous fund Roosevelt (CVA-42)) the VA-172 Rome and
campaigns each year. =:
raising VA 172
have been InvolvedIn port
"Blue Bolts" ufa Valencia
Military Personnel and Government Employees This year, all the been fund consolidated raising; tw 6'mock wars recorded Spain during the city's annual
campaigns have much history.The Festival of St. James during
personal
Regular 94% Octane 28.9 Into two drives. the
last week of
Premium 100%' Octane 30.9 r This year the United Fund,The first of the two major) the celebration July. Highlights of
Included
and the Inter- exercises "Poopdeck" had
Community Chest, fleet "World Series" of buUfbhttof
Also Tune national Services Agencies the "Blue Bolts" MC SkyhawkJets
e s
up e Delco Batteries missions musical concerts, and fireworks
drives have consolidated Into flying combat .
display?
-LubricationPirestone' Tires one drive,; which.Is calledthe against a mythical enemy over
.- ', Wad ff. Wax, ''."''IJ" ., '' -.QLuser oJ".. S1f aa.t' pm.. Combined "t'efer&Carfp4rgriDrive. the Spanish mainland.In 'f advanced'In July five in rate"Blue In Bolts"were
DreakworkFREE 'I This one drive will benefit the second exercise of the flight deck
all the charitable organizations Blue Bolts" 11th deploymentaboard cer mon1es. Those advancing In
Complete Courteous Service! rate were; Milton F. Turner
previously recognized dur- the Roosevelt Al'J2gave to
A02 Emerson
,
ing the other previous fund raising close air support of amphi- AMKJ 'W. Bolton to
Gerald ,
campaigns. The other driveto bious forces going through land- K Hansen to
be held at Cecil Field will be Ing exercises on the island and PN3, Joseph Pleva to AZ3. and
the Navy Relief Drive. Sardinia. This exercise was William A. Spence to Ai 1113! .

CENTRAL MOTORSTHE called "Phiblex." Commander K. A. Burrows,
SERVICE WIDE EXAMS skipper of 172, made the 500th
The Cecil Field based squadron -
carrier landing of his
career In
Results from the August Ser- Its first liberty in Naples.
SERVICEMAN'S DEALER got July. The squadron Executive
vice Wide Examination should
of the squadron members
Many Officer, Commander Bruce
THE BEST USED CAR BUYS IN JAX be returning from the U.S. Naval took advantage of tours offeredby strom, recorded his 440th land-Ky-
Center, Great Lakes,
Examining the Roosevelt's Educational
MAKE US PROVE IT! I Ill sometime during the first ing at sea.

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combat tooth decay. sonnel and their dependents, living -

VISA FOR AVALOK byBryher. torial history, edited by Ezlck- ings. The editors decided they Some 30 years ago it was dis- at 69 naval stations and Marine -
As "The Movement", sinister son. The 325 photographs, taken could be serious and still avoid covered that a chemical found Corps bases In the United
\ and ruthless, takes over a country by Peace Corps photographers, being stuffy. So they made this naturally In many water suppliesand States and on foreign shore, now

a small group of people pre and the text, ,and captions.in.this, book of.words just as, funny as called fluoride had a bene- enjoy the benefits of fluoridation.
j pare to escape during the fast book reveal' pi any of the's'torles theycould\ ,|it's: full of red Icu- ficial effect on teeth. It appearedto
hours of free decision. In the that have been written'lilto'.thePeacc lous alligators, foolish'bears and toughen the enamel against the Among the leading states In percent
:t midst of a revolution In which Corps' experience The giraffes' uncles, all racing acids which are almost constantly of population on' central :
1 they see the civilization they knew volunteers are shown In train- around and getting involved In attacking our teeth. water supplies using fluori-

overcome by barbarism, the Ing and at work in the remote nonsensical adventures. Some 20 years ago, the first attempts dated water are: Maryland 94fJ!>;
1 group fights to escape to"Ava- plains and mountains, cities and were made to duplicate Rhode Island 83ft; New Mexico79"7o
Ion", the Arthurian symbol for of their host countries. nature's fluoridation '
1 villiages '. process by :; Wisconsin 78fc; North Dakota
r J a land of decency and freedom. ., Auction, Slatedfor adding ,one part of fluoride to a lifal' ;' West Virginia 72fa;
# # # million parts of water in cities
Illinois 71ft; Iowa 68ft; Virginia ""q
} # # SaturdayThe where the water was almost devoid 6dft, and Minnesota 65%} Amongthe

OTHER RECENT ADDITIONSTO of fluoride.The results were largest cities, only New York
JOURNAL OF A SOUL.by Pope THE LIBRARY !INCLUDE: Belair Meadowbrook Civic so good that after five years of and Los Angeles were not fluoridating -

:.. John XXIIL The journal and NATION UNDER GOD: a re- League will hold an auction, rum- study, the American Dental Asso- at the stan of 1964;
various writings of Angelo Guis- ligious-patriotic anthogy, edited mage and bazaar sale on Satur- ,elation and the U.S.Public Health New York was expected to start

: eppe :.Roncalll, Pope John XXIII, by Brentanl day, August 28. Service In 1950 endorsed before the year was out.
which record and reveal his per- GOOD HOUSEKEEPING'SBOOK The event will take place on fluoridation and urged U.S. communities -

t' sonal spiritual life from 1895 to OF TODAY'S ETIQUETTEWILD Highway 21 at the Meadowbrook health to adopt this new public What have the results been?

I 1963. His journal was begun at HERITAGE by S. Carri- subdivision with the rummagesale More measure.than 45 million In Grand Rapids, Mich., child
1. age fourteen and the last entry ghar and bazaar beginning at 10:00 live in persons ren age 12-14 years had 66 per
written about six months before ATLANTIC HURRICANES by a.m. and the auction at 1:00.p.m. some 2,500 communitieswith cent fewer missing teeth after
controlled fluoridation In
his death. They reveal his inti- Dunn .
f\ 15 of fluoridation. Evan-
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Proceeds will be used to fur- operation, and an additional 8 years
mate spiritual thoughts from the INTRODUCTION TO'. HOME
ston. Ill, the same .ag group
ther construction of the children's million persons live in 2,000
r Immaturity of adolescence, FURNISHINGS by DeVan'INSIDE had' 68 percent fewer ,missing
built communities where
fluo-
playground now being nature
l through the seminary,priesthood PASSAGE by. Bailey by members of the Civic Leagueon ridates the water. teeth. In Brantford, Ontario, the
.r i and ensuing years of difficult CHILDREN'S BOOK SHELF a four acre tract of land The Secretary of Defense and children had 70 per cent fewer:
assignments, on throughyears as
donated by the The Surgeon General of the U.S. missing teeth.
a papal diplomat in Bulgaria, THE CAT IN THE HAT BEGINNER county.
Navy endorsed fluoridation In
Turkey, and France .an I Patriarch of Venice., to the "Cat" himself and P. D. Eastman off are several pieces of mer officers to fluoridate urged station protective measure for child
Itself. In this chandise donated merchants ,
Papacy dictionary, more by o water supplies where Indicated. ren. Its benefits are life-long.
than ? 1,0.00 basic words are Introduced Orange Park and Jacksonville ,
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Are You a Yankee?
The following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted in
accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program:
New York (AFPS--What) Is a jpV
Yankee? OVERHAUL. AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT

NAME, FROM TO
Depending! upon where you're
from, the definition to that word BARNWELL, John L., A/C Instrument Worker A/C Instrument
could vary as much as 360 degrees T Mechanic(Electronics)
COMER George M. A/C Instrument Worker A/C Instrument
Mechanic(Electronics)
To a foreigner, a Yankee isan s COX, Lonnie R., A/C Instrument Worker A/C Instrument Mechanic -
American; to an American,
._ a Yankee is a northerner; to a DONNELLY, James E.: Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic (Elec-
northerner, a Yankee Is a New a tronics) A/C Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
Englander; to a New Englander, a d ELSON, Earl, Jr., Ale Instrument Worker A/C Instrument Worker
a Yankee Is a Vermonter and to HALEY, Darrell D., Production Dispatcher Radio Mechanic
a Vermonter, a Yankee Is a per- HOLDER, Maxwell L., Production Dispatcher Radio Mechanic
son who eats pie for breakfast. JARRELL, Paul P. Helper Electrophter Sandblaster
LARSON, Robert T.,, A/C Instrument Mechanic A/C Instrument
Mechanic(Electronics)
SPECIAL LOZIER, Leopold, A/C Instrument Worker A/C Instrument
Mechanic
OPEN!: MEETING MATHEWS, Kevin 0. Aircraft Cleaner Production Dispatcher
McKAY, Robert G., A/C Instrument Mechanic A/C Instrument
NATIONAL FEDERATION: OF Mechanic(Electronics)
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES PARTIN, Samuel A., Production Dispatcher Airframes Worker
LOCAL UNION N0.1I16 HAROLD A. ATWelL is shown demonstrating the"Sweeney" wrench RANDALL, John 0. Ill, Industrial Engineer, GS-7 Same, GS-9.
AU civilian Federal em- which he developed to Captain T. Washington, Jr., Overhauland ROBINSON, Willie J., Production Dispatcher Radio Mechanic
.ployees are cordially Invitedto Repair Officer. This wrench is used to pre-load the main motor ROCHFORD, James J. L., Inspector (Metals) Production Dis-
aitend an open meeting 30 head for an SH3A helicopter aircraft. Overhaul instructions require patcher f
August 1965 at the Hotel a pre-load torque of 900.1100 foot pounds. Previously, the SADOWSKI, Walter A., Inspector (Metal$) Airframes Worker
Seminole, 21 Hogan Street. task required approximately 32 manhours and the en ergy of several SEAGER, John H., Asst. Planner and Estimator (Airframes Mech-
Time 8 o'clock P.M. employees. With the "Sweeney" wrench, one man can accomplishthe anic) Equipment Specialist (General), GS-7
Roland E. Cpuey Pres. job in approximctely 8 hours. Mr. Atwell's suggestion resultedin SNOWBERGER, Jack 0., Helper Electroplater Electroplater
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I This week the "If Ya Ask Us"column me. But if this were my firstor What You Should Know About Driver EducationEditor's .I

goes to Cecil Field to second cruise yes, it would ..
gauge the reaction to the pro- have a great deal of bearing.

posed military pay bill. ,The That's placing myself in a 3rd ( Note -- This is the 60 per cent of the nation's ceived a formal driver education
question asked was, "When the or 2nd class category. Because last in a series of five articles 20,000 high schools provide have fewer traffic accidents than

[push for a military pay raise more of these petty of taken from the National Safety such courses. those who have not, Council

started did you expect to see the fleers have;,.,a, family to support Council, Employee Publications With better than average reflexes statistics show.
proposed over 10 percent bill believe that Congress ?-lldstil1 "l,c w SIetter.) ,' and quick ,learning ability Many Insurance firms offer
get as far as it has. Will this improve some of your so-called The need for proper education high school age drivers are lower automobile Insurancerates

have ,any bearing on your future fringe benefits like medicare for of drivers grows increas- capable of becoming excellent, to young drivers who
Navy plans?" dependents. There are many ingly evident as the automobile safe motorists.The have successfully completed

more little things they could do" steadily gains importance in main fault of younger the approved course.

(Editor's note -- The reason J. C. Anglea 13M1, Station American living. Nearly every drivers is a tendency to speed,
that the answers to this ques- Career Counselor "Yes. Definitely adult In this country drives at according to the Council. Young

tion appear In the future tense'is so. Congressman Rivers least Occasionally) people' too often have an urge to ,
.. BilIs
because the question was ask on promised the ; Each year more studentsare show off to their friends,.Xbey

Friday, before the bill was sign- Armed Forces a driving to and from school. lack the experience necessary to
ed by the President Sunday.) substancial pay x One of the best ways to improve recognize their driving faults. DRIVE-IN

Chaplain W. A. Smith -"No. raise and I don't driver performance, according to Teen drivers who have re- NOW OPEN 24 HR'SBAR
believe that he the National Safety Council,
I thought that about 7.5
through I percentwould would have ; v Is for every high school studentto The daughter of a couple we
go I settled for less take a driver education know insisted that, at 15, she BQat
although I do
than a 10 percent course. was due for retirement from her Its bttt
think the 10
per increase. I am Angl lea The National Commission on paper route. She finally won Also FULL MENU
cent Increase is [ ,
-sded. A 10 extremely pleased to see the enlisted Safety Education and NSC rec- her point by announcing that one
men with less than two ommend that driver education of her male customers, aboutto NOW UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
percent Increase ,
would be q l years service get a nice raise, courses include at least 30 give her the usual tip had

especially for financially."The hours of classroom work and .taken a second look and Invited VERN& DEBBIE

enlisted personnel Smith pay raise won't have any six hours of hehlnd-the-wheel ,her In for a cocktailM owner & operator
bearing on my Navy career what driving experience. More than Campbell English Reader's 6035 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
soever. I decided in 19461 would
As for future Navy plans this
make the and I
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career
Navy
bill has no effects. I intend to
in the service regardless of have never had any regrets about
stay "
the decision.
Inlet Marina
increase. I am delighted to
pay _
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have it though. p-
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did think a com- a Wet & Dry'Storage Marine
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Navy since I j
promise of] ,, am a career You can insure your car witha Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET .
seven pc ce ''1$ { I company that meets the
would l man anyway. ., \ _, U.S. HIGHWAY .
go t k ; "It should be a D.O.D. DIRECTIVE In yaur 17 SOUTH __
through.' t'r- .,ttt ;)'i a big help for the f>,;%;l.' e ':''I!:(', state and you get these ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.9835 |

"I am a 30year ; men under two Clark BIG advantages:
.man so the ,
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because it's the first time,
bill has little effect on my future years COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE
in a good while, they have had a
plans. I am happy for the six COVERAGE
raise. I believe that if the men
percent that the officer corps 2? C.?
will receive over two get a pay raise those e
under two should also one. IMMEDIATE PROTECTION
get
"I I certainly think that the 11
percent for the enlisted personnelwill It's."a good increase for everyone 0COUNTRY BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.

be agreathelp. The increase -WIDE/

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service is way overdue." General 1 Military Training Office .

F. .A. Lecuyer, COC, Station "I sure hope the bill goes
JOOD' ,"I J thought we would get through. I am l CONVENIENTPAYMENT

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cent pay raise Navy is just an f
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; Captain ,J James Polk Spruill United.! States Army was killed when cause of the danger of small- .. It welL I wish you could Captain Spruill was commissioned in the Infantry after 'his graduation ,

" his vehicle struck a land mine in Vietnam on April 2 21.] 1964. arms fire. Received none< and I' ) bear the music. It Is really from the United States Military Academy in 1954. He attended
; Captain SpruilTs Ideals.. his respect for his fellow man, and landed safely.We were processed THE LiNE L N E 5 S0 D DRAWNsn N and on a grand! scale. And the Infantry Officers Basic Course and the Ranger SchooL He served

, his, deep and abiding patriotism are revealed in the excerpts from and then taken to the Majestic scenes of the human misery as a platoon leader in the 10th Infantry Division at Fort Riley and

. his letters] to his wife which appear on the following pages. This! Hotel In the heart of Saigon whereI like nothing you have ever In Germany and then Joined the 2nd Infantry Division at Fort Benning.
I am now staying and where I on film before. I felt wonderfully the School as an instructor.
eloquent Army officer understood and appreciated his coun He later was assigned to Infantry
young be until Tuesday at noon. continue the tradition of sacrifice Dec. 15., 1963 Vinh Long of progress. Node of this bothers In one, never far separated from watching this Spruill
try's dedication to the cause of freedom an over the world.! In the win at ease In preparation for his assignment to Vietnam, Captain
last analysis he was a soldier doing: his duty in keeping with the The time here Saigon Is being fostered by those two men when Took a roll of' color me because I am convinced that the other. I grow more attached Asian film and sitting among) an attended the Special Warfare Course at Fort Bragg and studied Vietnamese -
code of the soldier. taken up with much processingand t they y aided a nation In need .1 film yesterday while on the way we can win It and win It deto them every day now and even all-Asian audience.I had the feeling at the Army Language School at Monterey, California, for

Captain Sprulll had his moments of doubt and discouragement. with receiving my assignment He took a warm interest in to Can Tho. Have to cross a cislvely-on the ground and in look forward, with dread. to the 'mat I was beginning to com twelve weeks.' He arrived in Vietnam in November, 1963, and was
village'problems-and the Vietnamese ferry and got shots of that. Also] the night. time when I must leave Cai Son'prehenJ' something wlthoot know- Cai Son Defense Center Ingot
But he 'was sustained by his belief in what he was doing and he did "* assigned as an advisor() to the Training
his job with faith and enthusiasm. By the way, my Vietnamese people> some of"Woll" who went And spd< r __ r- and the many friends whose lives* log j really what it was the Mekong River Delta.

Because of "his love and compassion for the young republic of language works wonders here I Nov. 25, 1963 Cal Son with me. Some maul] He and I ables.ofViJan.l9i964JCi rJ. and fortunes I have'-been privileged Captain Spruill was born at Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on

Vietnam and especially the people," his wife Barbara Sprulll So few Americans s speak It.I have Had to stop for a while have a mutual admiration society ,| 9 I ] to share. A soldier studies practices February 193L.

sent $xrptof these letters to the New York Herald Trihme "in spoken( little else and believe me to talk< to the leader of Cal 'Son going. Also his wife and family Thanks roT 00 new iiIfaw war -

the hope> that an Americans would* have the opportunity> of reading it thrills them. I can't get over Agroville about p siblUty' are extremely nice to me and thereally wsw I feel that there Is. too March 23, 1964 Vinh! Long ___ ..
mem."" She has been kind enough to authorize this publication* in how well I understand them. having his people dig ponds so by the time another letter ge w. The much talk of despair. I warned You wouldn't guess what IT
__ A few days later he,wrote from we can stock them with fish that get to you? Christmas} will be article abop&Sg&ti t very ,1
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this form in the Army. "4--'fI.1' ,f-r ... ""! i you that before I left. You may I am doing 'in my spare time. F[
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These letters are an Inspiration to everyone who r reads them.: his first duty station. USOM says they can get me. along hard descrirnivgTaad etirffHjHow- remember. Above all, this is a Fm taking a correspondence NOW

Stephen Ailes, Secretary of the Army Nov. 63 Vinh! Long USOM tells. me that in one year Daddy will reach out for you all LI r war of mind! and spirit. And it is course from FortBraggonCoun- ,

I INOY. Today is Thursday andI one pair of fish will breed Into in his heart during mat time. In eveiit t tiightjorexi ar', which can be won no mat- terinsurgency and Psychological in downtown Jacksonville
I am at first duty station.I ten thousand* fishes. The people a way it will be a sad Christ- ./ 'the market and that
and
a.moviein
It is 10,000 miles from New 9, 1963-Silgoi my ( r hat present circumstances Warfare. It's long demanding, I
York to Vietnam, but Captain The flight was long and I am at the end of that long here are poor, the land is poor, mas. But only in a selfish way.. eJpc}. p\th1ngs\ quiet because are. For us to despair would be but really quite good. It's' Interesting .[ 1
I SpruilTs' letters spanned the distance tiring OOt 'odrwLse uneventful. "Pipe Line". I left Saigon on and the fish are poor. The Agro-- In a better, more meaningful :\, /mov\!''I 1 [C like to see g it t victory for the enemy. to study the stuff while .

to relate this story to his! Then came Saigon and a hair- Tuesday at noon and; flew from yUle Chief was thrilled at the way. It will be one of our best, \ ; trangethlngto' e Ot;t stand strongaixiunyou'resmackinthemiddleOfit.! ..

wife in Suffern. raising, steep-dive landing! : DP- Tan Son Nhut airfield' Sadec idea. The people could eat the Chrlsnnases, for our* little fa \ Jtnere'ta'iJ nlght t aplstoltayoui, aCr&f&! and j give heart to an em- I nIE I
headquarters of the ARVN(Army fish, use them to enrich the land, Is giving of itself to the o [hand and nufchVi\{ animated c)r -.\: :! and confused people.This March 30, 1964 Vinh Long I i T.ACE

of the Republic* of Vietnam) 9th 'and start a "Nuoc mam" (fish We are sacrificing,/7 \\t. / toon with mkmbeXof,, the VC., ( canrJ'' )be done America loses Yes, the l language trainIng CO"\JOFOBD\ PeA SALQON

Division. I received my assignment sauce) Industry. for the good of oth : ".. Captain SpnUH. \ described i ;II ai At the moment my heart is paying off just as you I

-ARDEY'[ and was briefed there. . You can't' imagine the that is truly ChrUi-like,;j \ among the vllt e t enough to sustain those mentioned. I am able to get I ST.
I am an advisor to the comradeship and: gratitude of Captain Sprulll
Cai Son Self Defense Corps these men when an American thinking about nig era'' '- '- n '--1 H(1( t..t.. "''ere you are sell me down developed> to the point that I

Training Center. I will live there stands with them through* danger. dons .think of an ;\ t J with talk of despair and go among the soldiers along with ,I TAP BEER-ENTERTAINMENT''

LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE with my two Sergeants, who are It seems to bring heart to them."wo1f"uv Dec. 21. 1963 VI 111 I write" .'g' alk instead of stead no interpreter. I refer of course SINQ ALONG NIGHTLY PROM 7 P.M

the rtt. Cal Son Lsalxiti31al3ronnd _They chee ."vJ'TSM... ;UIL m ; U9 "" e e" \ :"airy and ofv1ctoryto operations. I have never experienced WITH

GO GO DISCOTHEQUE! I liD .:.:, pro Jt.iI9 oo) 00. ,?t \\l"y"" canwlnhere.fere r ? so much-Interest and THE BANJO BEATS .J|

'. .aprcbea J-biyeCto' y elimin* I cut ,YOO7'' / I n 'b b V1pr- L _ ___ .

DANCING UNTIL 2 AM I atea11outpstsre'. ': _\ ISo 1c1 t t t$ @ W :::f htS"o .
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MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES house--and Jt-Is'a house, and a, is much re as II! fIl. ik< forces :- W 'Il (0 r; J te I :\ '' f1 i experiment i t we've

HALF PRICE of f fnamese nine men anf etrlowncd for trig skill and at JI. night that .Ji" ). tue' 1r w "W oindhtsaturatiO'pawol11ig. t: '
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,2!, 'H 'pruUl developed great! tcans everywhere e- On Christmas :;:.._. -_ f.A' ser", .-- ,..1 t, ..."p. --'-__ expectations...., WiUl r (J ____
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!( admiration the Vlematnesgrrir''.' rpv-2 ; 1963 Vinh Longn.J :: of his "'- ;;;...-_ .h run m '\ \ .. 'T times \ tS y \gffl
: family. : -
Nov. 20, 1963- fcuT.Long : .J;:;. PresJdnnf4ennedftdeaihshock bfwnd b- 'h ho tl ,_ __-qtJlte a rappoTt
the t say
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r I am In-V1 lnli, l Loog.'f. tc day in to me and I a 'took I t Vinli -- \ otherUn 5
orderfo atterid a farewell din'ner "" I r I.am still not over It. As the .-.-.- nigEf;:Zojn!! Christmas 1 du ''CThe li -. Vv stance the other day .when. I found .with. them was to get them to

for one of the officers here, poet said: "Every man's' death 'Eye service., I went downtown There to children aCatho- I '{ rig a.. bee'ausV she w >11 \ put that Wolf had risked going quiet down. They were all ;them overlie : 1645 1 :
and I will diminishes ." were Vinh! find if I Irere me. I brought candy to
COLOR TV : return to Cal Son tomorrow me-- May God alive when we g got her to Long to out like
and there
everywhere was aSantl [ all smacked on
bless him in which they
moring. I actually miss Claus I small chnal She was put) t in a ..h 1 71//1 safe. He knew I was all brought
saw a
Cal Son the He continued when the theater little children. They
at moment because to learn about taken to Can o.do laigon was
that reminded me of another chilI ] i A) their .wives. .. and children to me YOUR OLD CAR WORTH $$290
the work is interesting to me and Vietnam. how" she Is but t I can imbed. He never.., told me about ; AND
I know and all I cool them all and ______
the It was and I had to tickle ______
Viets justgreat.)! They stay Dec. 4, 1963 Cal Son : When I back ut fli}f ate dUu
J got
over at my house* all the time and What a day I had yesterday. do to keep smiling. But y yo.ffL J 3 ''afternoon, I went 0 the {area lift them In the air. _______________________
the what i; ]
read (
know, mother was tj
I am getting so used to Vietnamese Seemed as If I did more visit- and the child,,1 \\\ I .where. the children In"",, AU / He describes a trip to Saigon... The ]leader of the group was>

that English Is starting to ing than usual and as usual I my.., eyes brought.. \\\j,\\.\] 9 \ at once people came pme ery1J March 16, 1964 Vinh Long amazed that I would share my
sound strange. I have already become had to eat some things you would over\to me. For one warm mom-i k II,,4 where and surround ne. I I have just returned from Sal- water with him. After the first

I ZENITH good friends with two key n't' believe. For Instance, I had ent East and West were one/in h / / pv I;' them what I cooL lbtt Iti t t'' iJ goo and find many letters from night nothing was too good for AUTOMATIC TRANS. MERCURY SEDAN
heart. wonderful
It Ch7
TV members of the training center octopus and dried bananas!IHow's' was ,, children and sudden! h 0 {J you. At the moment I am well the ""Dia-uy.' They even put t
CONSOLE and the Agroville. that for a real combination mast! I wantyoutounderst a v i rr and I '
rested managed
? lay down in the die c (I. very happy. straw on the ground where my
AT Last night Maj. M told my heart was so full of"I__,/ ll h nice link book of Viet
STARTS me that Last night I taught the Doc cod d In the most heart-i ) to find ,a p position would be. Ambushes require
plness and that It 2199
he had written you a letter. That gratitude A castration ofthanksexperienced. 'tf; namese legends which I needed much patience and one can I
tor Lt. and ,
; H., : Lt. H. to
t; play hold it all
not I
5359--95 shows you what kind of man rm cards (casino) -- and have was sub11rriJy 1 1MJ' i I shall n< '"' et badly for my personal research, get most uncomfortable after U
have 1adJ'
you because I
working for. He is a professional never seen more thrilled. happy that sweet little girl at r 1 I can't' wait to read them. hours of not moving. So the straw
anyone three ..
and it Is a rare privilege to of you ?' tortured little fern" ho {ell, what can I tell you about was quite welcome. The other
love
it with
They
work with him.It a passion., You I have had the most w !A. AND YOUR OLD CAR WORTH $$290
I like It more smack in
}) on? to was
should but grow position
hear them nothing me-- night my \
is also a privilege to work it. Sounds like a Chinese talking about fire ful Christmas of my life he&e& 4' Inadequate. She w J more, I can tell you that... the middle of a pig pen. What a DEMONSTBATOB AND!) O OPEN EVENINGS ''TIL '

with the Vietnamese soldier. drill. you three have.. given me little doll. I felt .1 It .. //am learning Its character, Its stench! And of course It got all EXECUTIVE! CABS 9 D PA AND SUNDAYS

Frustrating at times he Is greatest gift of all--lo died a little.Please ) people, Its slghtsscundssmells, over me. And the damn pig was DISCOUNTS TO I .uuiI

the most genuine and kind InmanI The Vista here are really With the knowledge that where", forgive me writing as I have never learned any city. there with me. $1600 AFTER CHURCH!

M0DEL5315/U I have\' met. Simple,humble* .will- friendly to me"-ln fact when I Christmas and love are concerned this I must stop> now and i In a !It t Is sort of strange but I feel j ,:I
/ and there Is no distance, I am As I walked] out of f pig I
ing warm--they are wonder ride along It's like being a visit- cOOPJe of days the sun will shine more at home In Saigon than in :my
ful people.] If the press judges Ing president. The mothers bring well pleased to greet you this again for me any city I have ever been assopun and followed the still indistinct

: them harshly at times. It would their children to the doors and day and to say as Father and He described the stoic Vietnamese elated with. While there I made figure In front of me, I I I Ia
be well Husband Christmas and realized that I was walking into
to remember that they they all wave and cheer. When- Merry and expressed this conmental plans to take many rolls
have had their Independence only ever I even ride by the schoolhouse Hippy. New'. Year. fidency In ultimate victory of r film Ii for you. Perhaps h you.... will an Easter morning sunrise .

THE QUALITY GOES IN, BEFORE nine years the teachers interrupt His thinking about night operations Feb. 23, 1964 cat Son capture some of the feeling I April 10, 1964 Vinh! Long LINCOLN-MERCURY

It was brought my atten- their work and stand up by their led to a plan. . When they get wounded, have for the city. Much sweat--and I am
THE NAME GOES ONTIMUQUANATV don last night that we were once desks. They are re ally courteous Jan. '7 7, 1964 Cal Son no matter how bad It may be, afraid much blood--remain to 605 RIVERSIDE' I AVE.I II
inadequately equipped and poorly to the extreme. The plan of mine was enthusiastically you never hear so much as a Boy, I had some delicious be shed. Progress will not be
trained and that received by whimper. The sound !And I went
professional Things are nice only comes steaks while in Saigon dramatic. It will In fact be painfully -
soldiers came from afar to aid now. We have an ARVN and quiet here the Province Chief. My boss from the man's buddy who gento a film you would love. The slow. One of our biggest Phone S 356-4212

the fledgling American Army in. camped here and battalion thinks it's' the greatest. I think erally bawls like a baby If the music, the clothes, the scenery, enemies now will be Impatience -
the
Its fight for freedom and Internal Cong) don't' like VC (Viet it I is a good plan. wound is serious. Strange, but: the story and:) the photography and: despair in America Itself...
5617 ,TIMUQUANA ROAD order. Two of these .".ad- them. to mess with He expressed his conviction of strangely logical for a people were all magnificent.It was made :
visors" are well known-Von Reflection ''a decisive victory. who have never been far removed In Japan and the dialogue was In His I last t letter .
SALES-SERVICE-SP 1-4484<< Steuben and Laf ayeite.lt is heartwarming Christmas on the approaching Jan. 12, 1964 Vinh Long from the raw facts of life However, it had Viet April 19, 1964 Cal Son
Japanese.
RENTALS-$$15.00 PER MO. season led read Chin upl I See you later. .
to think that we now of friendship and! tothooghts f I know that you and death--never deeply Involvedgirl and French subtitles so I could
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( Schufeldt Speaksto Begin Luncheon JOWC To Women's SideV at)




NavyWives Club #86 Fall Jacksonville Season Officers Of the Story da Sat tin


Members of the NAS JL Navy be held on Wednesday, Septem- The Conaughton pit
Wives'Club will their new
Wives Club #86 who attended the ber 1, at the club house locatedIn open SuFI
with "Hall and Farewell -
Social-Educational Meeting on Bldg. 716. Members are reminded season a ..f.... f.' .
Luncheon", September 8th,
18 viewed the film,"Can- that election of delegatesto
August .
the National Convention will at the NAS Jax Officer's Club. Modesty LBlaisc
cer In Women". Guest speakerfor tin
Social hour will at 11:30
the meeting was Capt. D. take place at this time In addi- begin
,Schufeldt, Chief of Surgery at tion to further consideration and .a.m. with the luncheon starting It had to happen? A female

the U.S. Naval Hospital Capt. selection of nominees for National at 12:30 p.m. James Bend comes to life. Modesty -

Schufeldt conducted an informa- Office. The cookbook Recipes on Blaise started as a comics 0 NIN
Parade Deserts" will go on 1p lnthel3eaverbroQkCp: and ,
tive question and answer period .
following the film. All enlisted wives are cordially sale at this tGncJor$ .95pm. f newspapers by Peter Xponncll.
In describing there (
The next regular meeting will ll'invited to attend Modesty are (
Interviewing will begin the just not enough ad 'ctiv s. She 1
-- week of September 27th for the is more like a superhuman female -

( JoInIWIYIIE 'DEIlMam fall American Red Cross Volun- a ravishing beauty very HoC. ]

teer (Gray Lady) Class. Anyone Intelligent and extremely rich. .
interested in beginning this (She owns a London Penthouse''

,:,' rewarding and necessary vol- worth seventy thousand pounds.), 1

11 unteerwork should contact Mrs. A sophisticated mysterious woman

.... Beanie Toole Volunteer Chairman of twenty-six whose adven-

SR at 3872968.. tures and past are unbelievable.True Modesty Blaise- Will she be NINI

From the I to (Xrt form she carries Blonde;or have let black Hair? ]
I all the necessities of interna-

four they winds dime,, I 1 I tional espionage. In tight situa- N.A.S. CECIL FIELD :
lJ1RJV. tions Modesty uses; her lipstick
the four I which is in reality a gas gre- Capt. Richard O'Brien USMG Hoc
brothers.their i c
nade, a compact that holds hyno- ha.,' received orders: Camp Pend-
eyes ]
: tic powder anesthetic nose Icton, California. September 1
and plugs
smoking j
: SEE PAGE 16 ANDYOU'LL C.
and Capt. & Mrs. O'Brien will head
their fingers explosives that are carriedin ::!
itching... KNOW WHYI! the heel of her boot. The West with their four children Timmy (

.. At "piece de resistance"the steel Steven, Jeanine, and Mary

RIVERSIDECHEYROLEI darts hidden in her bra that are Beth.
removed and shot with the VFP-62 Farewells were extended NINF
shoulder which to I.t & Mrs. Robert Turner ]
straps act as a
bow. TIU1r;day August 13. Mr.

FLORIDA FRIDAY! CEDAR HILLS Turner Is taking a job with Northwestern -
The baddies are really vile, Airlines. (
cruel dangerous and they even
N.A.S. Hoc
look like' bad guys. They are JACKSONVILLE .
LAKESHORE described dark Members of the Wives
as having com- Navy .
LAKESHORE t' K[ $HOU OQWNTOWN'
STORE STORE plexions with small beady eyes club of Jacksonville will hold a C.C.
CRISWELL .
BUNDING I BLVD.4tSAHllJAN I: .501.I w.. D'YAL I OPEN "
OPEN ,CLAY I I FRIDAYS wearing black suits and hat, with Board meeting Tuesday August
FRIDAYS : TIRE COMPANY COR. 8AJA UNTIL 8PM gray shirts and pointed shoes 31st at the home of the PresidentMrs.
SAM UNTIL ttPM "Ph'' i S: :iJ .... I" n.i. .(, 'Ol'26. ,,
\ T_..L.....he .f ". with plaited leather toe-caps. W.W. Wagner. The meetingis
luncheon from 10A.M.To 1.
a potluck
Willie Garvin Is Modesty'scompanion
NEW GUARDIAN 4 Ply Premium Nylons and his "princess" 2 P.M. Board members are
invited to swim after the business
NW
FRESH, NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED. THEY HAVE THE NEW on a pedestal unworthy of a me re meeting. Thursday August 26th '
mortal have learned to
They
WRAP AROUND TREAD THAT GIVES BETTER STEERING CONTROL. the Navy Wives Club 86 is havinga
I
live on a stimulus that once was
fear and a keen sense of living ward party at the Navy HospitaL Ho
600x13 70014 75014 Mrs. S.L. Cottrill and Mrs.
become l i
have
700x13 terror and now they -
650x13 735x14 775x14IB95 addicted to dangerous ad- K.U Steward arc the chairman C.

venture. Terms such as Kongo. for the event. (
i The Swim Meet will be this
SIC 50 Yawara Stick, MAD Brcvete a 1
1595 Saturday August 28 at the 'CPO
51650 Colt Python, Judo, Karate
and Yoga are the world of this pool Don't forget there Is a
30 cent charge for each competition -
sLs team and they can lick ANYONE, .
Add S1 ter .AM.eeIN, 0ttI.,Ii... Iv U I... ANYWHERE. entered. This is used to
defray costs of ribbons and tro- N;'
Monica Vitti will portray the phies. J

film version of Modesty BlaiseIn "SwiniandDance" for. high J

BOO x'14 9d the near future. Miss Vitti school juniors and seniors and NIHe

825 x 14 17 I 855x14SJQ95 is an established Italian star and college students .will be held ]

is very beautiful and appears to tonight Thursday, from 7 to 11 ]
be "cut out" for this part. In The Jacksonville Officers

i* M U t..... T..r ....... the movie she will wear some lacy p.m.Wives Club of Jacksonville 86
Me c.II.--
ONLY CRISWELL HAS N:w.
? ruffled feminine clothes reportedto Wives Club will sponsor the party C.

be very unusual. It should be to be held at the Officers Club.
'
Sotttfaeiion> G Guaranteed. interesting to see how she mea- (
10VACATION The Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville :
..
or your money back sures up to the original"Modesty 86 will have a meeting

UJS. lOYAL 'nAllftllX140 .. Blaise." for all members. September 1st

aUIIEITPrices- Start as Low as $18.95 FRONT ENDRECAPS at 7:30 p.m. at Compton" HalL NINJ

ANY 600x13 Black plus.tax.and smooth SAFETY SPECIAL Mrs. W.W. Wagner president. of
SIZE tires off your car WESCONNETT the club will preside.
Cemct Cater tenet Cci-fer. A4nlTta
w TM 0*. T-t SfMriat. ChechTM Please call 781-0963. Shirt
4 34 S5 DOWN GETS YOU > Skwhfc twMT* inM WhMta In. FURNITURE Co.
FOR ItemsIn
u_, Otfm. faHMrt R* *ckWhMl Conaughton to place news
4 TIGER PAWS Mrtaf+. ., Ao..l Irak *..* fw the Notes: of Interest column.If HoI I

for Whit. wells tom.Cwrtvct, Whwfa. possible call in the evenings.All 1t
(Add $2.00 EACH Otum BtihClMck i t
OUT OF OUR GAGEU.S.Roval .. 9 5326 Wescoonett Blvd. at 103rd
ti i. A44If news of interest is. needed.
ROUND .Ir".. Duly .".. .u.. 995'GUARANTEED NEW & USED TV C.

AND TO BALANCE 5....NM4W.. ....tefttr. T"ti I
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CREDIT GUARANTEED GOOD USED
Thrifty milage buy*. Lots of tread left! White walla, CARS WITII $50. DOWNS
USED TIRES block walls, tube type and tubeless. Virtually all $2.50 N/
j size, as low as. . . . . . FREIGHT SALVAGE E US FIRST
"I BEFORE YOU BUY. i I

tAKE SHOREBLANDING DOWNTOWH REPOSSESSIONS.BARGAINS SxinsliineSTATE NI]

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'I i SAN JUAN TIRE COMPANY CLAY, IN AND BROWSE 2253 2 BLANDING LOCATIONS BLVD. I I

Phone 388.9383 Phone 356-0236 338-1564 C.w.w .
HOURS 9 AM 7 PIV I
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Movies{ will be shown LAds
regularly 0"
CLUB Music this Fri-
at 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday CECIL FIELD BEACON CLUB
day night will be
I provided by
I NATTC will have two feature Bobby King with the >h1sti-KatS Tonight i III game and family night
times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., on any dinner can be bought at half
on Saturday. Monday is Steak should bo mailed to the Holt
and the normal price. Friday Is dance Publishing Company,
Saturdays Sundays. The hospital
Cook-out night on the patio and 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
night. Saturday
can two
will have
one feature: on for the will feature you get later than (for
gourmet Tuesday publication the following Thursday.
Pizzas for the price of one.
Sunday at 7 p.m. dinner from Russia. Duringthe "Happy Hour"wlllbe from 5 Ads arriving,too late for this deadline'will, !!I be published the
All evening movies at Cecil summer a Patio Band will p.m. following week unless the publish.insfruded! otherwise:
,'. -.6 ',
Field begin, at. 7 p.m. These be featured, every Wednesday.CPO to p.nu Wednesday. Sunday A check or money order for the full cost of the ,ad must.be
times ,are subject to change. '" dance music- by the Red- Coats. received WITH the copy for the ad.

CLUB-/ The Chiefs Club, CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB Fri- DO NOT SEND CASH
Thursday, 26 Bldg. 593,Is serving light lunches day: Dinners featured; 16 oz. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
every day. Entertainment for this T. bone at $L75, 12 oz. T. boneat Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . .0.50
NAS Genghis Khan Omar Friday will be dancing to the $1.55, one half fried chicken

Sharlff, Stephen, Boyd music of ,Ken Fullers "Deep Music by Mark Castle. Saturday'musie a..... ...... is. --. taster
NATTCGunflghters of.Casa Slxles." ''Saturday night dancingwill by the Moonlighters. l 'ti' I.. '
Grande Alex NIcol', Diana be to Bud Clark's music. Sunday 8 oz. K. C. steak at $1.00 FOR SALE 7634 Fargo Rd..',off SINGER AUTOMATIC
Lorys and one half fried chicken. Pleasedo flicker, 3 BR, den or 4 BR, CONSOLE MODEL
Hospital Fall Safe Henry ACEY DUCEY-March Wilson not park your car in the rear encl porch, near NAS & Cecil Sewing Machine, Zig-Zagsbltnd
Fonda Dan O'Herlihy and the Redcoats will provide the of the building. There Is adequate lot 90' x 192' chain link fnce, stiches, button holes, decorates,
C. Field Mall 'Order Bride dancing music on Friday and Saturday space in the front.A"Seafood $750 dwn, baL $6934 at $60 etc. original price $300. has
Buddy Ebsen, Keir Dulleau with PhilCay and theChan- per mo.;; call 771-0309. balance $80. or assume pay-
V tels' playing on Sunday. Game ments $8. per month will take
Friday, August 27 night Is every Sunday and Tues- Smorgasbord"will older machine as trade. Phone
, day. be held at (the Cecil l Field Of- PART TIME SALES age 24-35, 353-1946 any tIme, will deliver
NAS -' Gun Hawk Rory Calhoun fleers" Recreational Facility to- on busy lot Sat&.Sun. sal plus no obligation. A-l Sewing Ma-
r? Ruta Lee BLUEJACKETS INNMarch morrow from 6:30p.m.to: 1 a.m. comm. SouthsIde Camper Sales, chine Company.
NATTC -. Genghis Khan,-Omar Wilson and Recoats will providethe The menu includes steamed 10366 Beach Blvd. See Mr.
Shariff, Stephen Boyd music this Thursday with clems, boiled crabs, shrimp and Gaster or Mr. Buffkln no phone
lC Hospital ,GunfIghters of Casa Phil Cay and Chantels oh Friday. free beer. Cost for the eveningwill calls please. HOME SALE RENT YOUR
Grande Alex NIcol, Diana, A new group The Trespassers, be $2.50 per person. There CHOICE Select 2, 3, 4 bedroom
dad LorysC. will be featured on Saturday, and will also be live music to dance homes, $100 dwn. no closing
Fields Synanon Edmund Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings on by. 1965 TOPPER, 57' x 10' Moo costs. Fast ,move-In. DUKE
n- O'Brien, Chuck Conners Sunday. Game night is every wood floors, 2 BR, W T W car- LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374.

7 Saturday, August 28 Wednesday. pet 080L, assume pymts, call 771-

USO NOTES -318 NorthOcean HOMES SALE RENT *
x- NAS Curse of the Fly Brian STOPAT
Donlevy, George Baker Street Special events at too USO Some no dn. Many $0 $100
rr.. NATTC Gun Hawk Rory this week Include Boy Meets Girl RIDERS WANTED CALIF SEPT. dn. No closing costs. New
!1- Night on Friday and a Favorite 1, share expenses can, take< 3 homes, AU theX-TRAS, Family
Calhoun, Ruta Lee Platter Party on Saturday. Sun- THIS SIGN or 4 pass 7716187. Rm, Fenced yd., built-in RIO
Hospital Genghis Khan Omar day's vespers and refreshments You name It. TIMMERMAN
Shariff, Stephen BoydC. will be served by the CootIettes. ,:'- RLTY, BRKR 771-2792 and
s Field Gunfighters Monday will have aLastDayHop. WASHER $35, REFRIG $50. 771-186L
a C. Field Fall Safe Henry gas stove $25, all In good cond.
;t Fonda, Dan o'Herllhy 771-6187.
It FOR SALE 3 BR home, closeto
,.
g Sunday, August 29 NAS $100 down, $50 month.
. THIS HOUSE FOR RENT UNFURN Call Art Powell USN RET, 264-
Lake Shore Murray Hill 1307 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
NASBrIdge on the River Kwai- > Oil
s Alec Gulness, William Holden SaTURDAY Stimson St., unusual rental
h NATTC Curse of the Fly opport. nr Ulmer, 3 BR, 2 B,
2 kit equpd C/H ORANGE PARK RENT new
g Brian Donlevy, Baker scr prchs, ,
George A/C. fncd yd, conv Xw ay, NAS, 2 BR apt., A/C, FurnorUnfurn
Hospital Gun Hawk Rory
;. Calhoun, Ruta LeeC. "ART KEWCARPETS schools, shop cntr, $125. mo. 2646884.
n Sept. 1, 388-2844 niteS
Field Gunfighters of Casa d fi possess
3898507.
Grande Alex Nicol Diana
! IN APTS. Furn and unfurn. $60 to
) Lorys 2 COMPLETE $75 month. Call Mrs. Gross

a HOUSE IN HYDE PARK, nodwn, 771-9007.
Monday, August 30 0000 THEMALL" 18 HOLE COURSES take< ovr pymts, $90.7 3 BR,
2 B, excl cond, 2163 BurpeeDr.
NAS Amorous Adventures of 0 PUTT PUTT 384-5183. FURN APT 3Sep.rms. $1L50-
0LI Molly Flanders Kim Novak, $15.50 wk. Bargain, clean 354-
Richard Johnson 4903.
LI NATTC Bridge on the River GOLF COURSES PRIVATE TRAILER LOT for

d Kwai Alec Gulness William rent, fullyequpped, combstroom
11 Holden 4825 Blanding Blvd. & utility rm, 6338 WoodmanDr. FURN GAR APT 5 MIN NAS-
s Hospital ,Curse of the Fly 771-5745. adj. Tlmuqu ana Club. $60. A/C
6 Brian Donlevy, George BakerC. Presented by Rosie util, IncL Ideal for single adult
1 Field Genghis Khan Omar Mall and The Art PHONE 771-2803 phone 3846288.VW .

'. Shariff, Stephen Boyd League of Jacksonville 1964 Brldgestone Cycle 50 CC,
ROOSEVELTMALL PARTIES ARRANGEDOPEN eng. rcntlt overhauled,no equity
, 1963, 2 dr sedan. $1100.
the 781-1381 wkdy' -
over pymts, .
} Tuesday August 31 9 am12 mid. Weekdays
6135 Cedar Hills Blvd. 771-
t f; 5 PM, anytime Sat or Sun.
NAS Rio Conches Richard SHOPPING 1 pm -12 mid. Sundays"America's 0466.
f Boone, Stuart Whitman CENTER
Fun Sport"SAYE
NATTC Amorous Adventuresof OLD NORMANDY 6727 Cherbourg -

l Molly Flanders Kim Novak _Ave._N. 3 BR, 2 B, bit-: FOR SALE XKE Jaguar coupe
Richard Johnson in RIO, close to elm& jr. ngn shown by appt. only, call Mr.
Hospital Bridge on the River BIG! schools, cony NAS Jax& Cecil Everhart, USNS Mayport call
Kwal William Holden. Alec 246-5477 (duty hrs.) or BOQ

Guiness ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND 2499071.
C. Field Gun Hawks Rory 63 VW sed. white ex cond,
Calhoun, Ruta Lee trailer hitch. $1125. also 65 BED COCKTAIL TABLES &
OLDSMOBILEGreen VW varIan 5, much wanted stat Dinette Set. Reasonable. ] 771-
wag, Blau Punkt Am/Fm rad. 268L
\Wednesday, September 1 Cove Springs, FloridaPH. outstanding car& buy. Call Mrs.
NAS The Hustler Paul Newman Laseter 389-7711 ext. 497. 3939 BOONE PARK AVE. 4 Rm
Jackie Gleason 284-3033 JAX 264-9600 up $60., lower $45., conv NAS,
NATTC Rio Conchos Richard schools, EV 7-3356.
Boone, Stuart Whitman Just 15 Miles South of NAS, on Highway 17. SHI BOAT 16ft.OrlandoCllpper,
Hospital Amorous Adventuresof WE SPECIALIZE IN DEALING WITH 65 HP, all eke Merc eng, eezy
tilt trailer. Used less than 25 Women like a strong, silent
Molly Flanders Kim Novak -
SERVICEMEN AND WE WILL SAVE YOU
Richard JohnsonC. hrs, sold new for $2195 lastDec. man because they think he's listening -
will sacrfclll! Mrs. Laseter 389- Danville (Va) Commer-
Field Curse of the Fly JEEP BIG $ $ $ LANDROVER
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H: w t c ,.. :' 'T.R Ray u., O JIS t ChairinT selected o\be thei966....

The Association announced that

JAX MARINES they wlUcontinuetosponsort
"FOLLOW ME" and "TARAWA

AWARD" trophy for the coming
-v-t. year. FOLLOW ME" trophyis

presented to the company In
the 2nd Marine Division that is
By SSgt. Joel Ferguson
in while
most proficient drill
< y
c ..e.r. :" ''' (-Ex>. 400 the "TARAWA AWARD" is; pre-
," ,0I I of" r 011I' r sented to the squad selected from
the Division to compete in the
INCREASE possible 400. SSgt. E.H. Drake Marine Corps Squad Competition.The .
RIVER PATROL n'Am rlt"n a
troops over 'new pontoon bridge across the Thank River, whichtttmlt increased by 30,000 by the end SSgt. Oliver Husak was number that they will present a

through the northern part of the Republic. Vietnamese en of June 1966.Additional. three man with 366. new' trophy, "THE JULIAN C.
gimffft built the bridge, but the Viet Cong.hat controlled 1 the river personnel will come '
t /.> v> / y ,SMITH TROPHY", to the Marine -
for MtwvW year '. (, JY.1 J. from recruItIngRegular'Col-: .'./IREUNIONS ,, v shooter that attains the highest -
untary Reserve Marine; Corps Five Marine DiVISion Associations score at the NationalMatchesat

sources, according to Headquarters held their annual reunions Camp Perry, Ohio. The trophy
Marine Corps. The primary during the months of June July will be presented by the National
source of added manpowerwilibe and: August to elect new officers Rifle Association. It is named after -

I ; t .. J.: .: ,'. provided through Increased recruiting and: renew old friendships. the founder, of the: 2nd Ma-
efforts, with Marine The 5th Marine Division Association rine Division Association Lieu-

Corps recruiters working to. recruit held their annual reunionin tenant General Julian C. Smith,
sufficient volunteer Ma- Washington, D.C. on June 24-
USMC (Ret), who now resides in
rines to attain the authorized increased 27.The Arlington, Va.
N e. I.T. knows' strength of the Corps. Association honored at The 3rd Marine Division Association -
The next largest manpower Input the Friday evening Sunset Parade held its 1965 reunion in
Commander Leon P. Eis-
with
is expected to come from Washington, D.C. from July 22-
i the involuntary retention of Reg- man outgoing Association President l- 25. The Association was honoredat
ular Marines, on active duty as of taking the review with Brigadier I- a Sunset Parade at which Mr.

thatyou August 20, 1965, for a period of General Roy L. Kane) Harold J. Melloy, 1965 Associa-

4 months. Although the Corps USMC. tion President was reelected to
expects some voluntary exten- Memorial Services were heldfollowing the same post for 1966, took the
sions of enlistments, the maJor. the day at the Iwo Jima review with Major General Wil-

don't portion of this input will come statute. Mr. Charles D. Dickey, liam R. Collins, USMC, Head-
enjoy Jr. Philadelphia, Pa,.,was elect
;' from the retention of senior Marines quarters Marine Corps, Wash-
of the Association
ed President
who are eligible to request ington, D.C.
retirement and of the for 1966.
The Commandant of the Ma-
The 4th Marine Division Ass'ociation
younger Marines who are nearing rine Corps addressed the Asso-
borrowing the completion of their first or followed close on the heelsof ciation at their banquet while
the 5th Division a. they held
$
second Regular Marine Corps General Graves B. Ersktne,
their reunion In Philadelphia on
enlistments. Additionally, It is USMC (Ret), layed a wreath at
"' anticipated that a significant June 2526.Th the foot of the Marine Memorial
number of Marine Corps Reserv- @ M urine Corps Schools band
Arlington, Va., during cere-
ists will volunteer for extended from Quantico, Va., participatedin monies July 25.

active duty.Voluntary. a Sunset Parade and in The 1st; Marine Division Association -
Regular officer retirements Memorial Services at the Ma-
held their annual reunion
ffioney.we and resignations will rine Corps Memorial Museum in in Washington, D.C., August 6-8.
honor of theDivisions' fallenMa-
be deferred for 12 months. En- The Association had busy schedule -
listed transfers the Fleet Ma- rlnes.
to which included a trip to Marine -
rine Corps Reserve, effective Brigadier General Joseph 0. Corps Schools, Qiantlco

( give August 31, 1965 or later, will Butcher, USMC, Commanding Va., to watch a live-fire demonstration -
be deferred for 'a period not to General, Marine Corps Supply They then returned to
exceed 12 months. Hardshipcases Activity, Philadelphia, was the Washington where they were hon

such fast service.) of all Marines will be con- guest speaker at the reunion ored at a Sunset Parade at the
you sidered individually under pre- banquet. Marine Memorial, with Lieutenant -
sent humanitarian and hardship Mr. Ralph Most Philadelphia, General Frederick L.Wiese-
elected to the of Asso-
discharge criteria. was post
man, outgoing President of the
Don't think we're when ciation President for the
ever rushing you through you HIGH SHOOTERSTop upcom- Association the reviewing of-
stop in at C.I.T. for a loan to pay bills...to travel... ing year. ficer.
The Marines of the 2nd Marine
or meet'personal problems. The reason you'll find us aviation detachment Major General William J.
Division Association held their
handling application so fast is this We've learned shooters during annual qualifi- Whaling, USMC (Ret) was elect-
your : reunion in ill., where
cations with the .45 pistol last Chicago ed to the position of Presidentfor
that people don't come to us when they need sympathy. week was SSgt. ElhananPenning- Mr. Meyer I. Segal was elected the coming

They come to us when they need money. So expect ton with a score of 383 out of a President for 1966 and John A. year.

speedy money service when you come to see us about your .
loan. (There are over 400 C I.T. offices from coast to r RESERVE VOLUNTEERS'

coast where you'll get the same zippy service.) The Marine Corps last Friday
announced that, to help meet Its

Immediate manpower objectives,
LOANS TO $3000 Reserve officer and enlisted per
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CASH YOU GET
teer for Active Duty assignments.

Monthly 38 30 24 '' I Reserve officers with a date of
Payments mos. mos mos. 1 ., initial
r commissioning of June 4,
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10 Reservists are being encouraged
2169.39 1851.30 1516.96
_. -- -- to volunteer for active duty in

,. .-100. -_ .2644.71.- --2167.09..- .. their present' ranks, according to
120 2600.50 a message sent to field commands
pfd"i 1t;, ;acc dent aid iisunnce avadahle all loans atl low poupales, Friday.

Enlisted personnel may volun-
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UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY teer for 2, 3 or 4 years of Extended -
Active Duty. Eligible officers -

must agree to serve on
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville active duty for not less than '12
I III u months. Requests for either Extended -
7, Fla. Active Duty or for Stand-
GOOD WORK Sgt. Robert Bergeron, left receives a letter of ard Written
Agreements for
Phone: 398.1581 appreciation recently from his CO, LtCol. John W. Sullivcn. The period of time In excess of twelve a
letter we from the Navel Air Reserve Training Unit here, end months
will be considered In the
commended Sgt. Bergeron for his outstanding performance of duty normal manner.
while' acting as drill instructor end marksmanship coach for 60 The Marine
Navy Reservists on active duty. After receiving instruction in marksmanship Corps emphasizedthat
.. this Is a
.. .' close order drill end military courtesy and discipline, the effort and no Reserves purely voluntary
NARTU men climaxed their six-week training period by firing theM Involuntarily ordered are being
r -1 rifle for qualification! : the Ccmp Blanding rifle rcnge. to active
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Jax, Cecil Field,,. : r Q'wFair, r Ja >t 1 :I

1IIIII1111ilIt's

; Fall In Opening Round of 6ND

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r Cecil Field Ext. 8163 For Sports Navy softball teams from the All three Jacksonville entries ton, Pensacola, and NAS Atlanta.
Jacksonville
area didn't fare so lost their opening contests and The ''District tournament ends
If your teem or organization has sports news it would like to rte \Weal In Monday's opening rounds slipped Into the lessor's bracketof tomorrow with the winners
get in The Air News. of the Sixth Naval District Tournament stay-
Afterburner the double
call elimination
the results of the event to tour ing on for the South Atlantic Re
Cecil Field, at NAS
ext. 8163. Memphis. nament.
gionals being held In Memphis
Jax Navy was nudged by the
Jax Team Sweeps 6ND Memphis entry 4-3, Cecil Field beginning next week. The final
Through
ran Into old rival Sanford and phase of Navy softball, the All-
I dropped that contest 2-1 Navy Tournament, will also be
Info South Atlantic, Tournament and COMFAIRJAX= wason'the played In Memphis In the first
losing end to Glynco 74. week of September. .
Also joining the three Jacksonville Pensacola ,is last year's defending
Perennial Navy Golf threat After the Regional play concludes Open Division Final teams In the losser's Sixth Naval District
Lieutenant Bill
Scarbrcugh of on Friday the All-Navy bracket after first round play champions.
Jax was well on his Scarbrough, Jax 76-76-75-71-298
way once tournament moves In on Monday were NS Key West, COMCRUS-
again,towards the All-Navy golf- with'the Navy's best golfers tee- Moore, Memphis 75717978303 DESFLOT 6 and NAS Meridian.
Ing play-offs last week after he ing off on the Jax course Still In the winner's bracket after
won the open division and paced Wade, Pensacola 78738374308 'Monday's
play. was NS Charles
his team to a come from behind
team win in the Sixth Naval a Miller, Jax 77-78-77-77-309
District Golf Tournament. Marsch, Mayport 76737783309 !R' .
Scarbrough and his teammateAl : \,< : McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
Miller, who finished thirdIn Deemer, Memphis 73-75-79-84-
the district competition, were 311 ,.
on hand Tuesday for the C opening! Jennett, Memphis 76807977312 AGENCY. INC.
rounds of the South Atlantic
Fe-
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runner-upbrokeathird round Barre, lax, 75-76-80-81-312 SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS- 22's FILED
227 tie with Memphis's Andy White, Cecil Field 77-79-80-80-
Naval station Office
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Naval Air Station Office
Moore when he carded sub _. 316
par Road
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport
71 for the final 18 holes play. 'w Seniors Final Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic,Beach, Fla.
Miller, meanwhile was shooting ; Paladino, Memphis 797981- Phone 388.7676 Phone 249.36.49IT'S
his steady 77 game to finish r/ : 75-314 -
with a 309 for the tournament Bender, Mayport78767982314 -
and win a, Regional berth. ,y
The Jax team finished six Wright, Cecil Field 80-82-86-79- 1966 ALREADYDROP
strokes up on Memphis, the team F 327
which had led through out most Russell, Memphis 83-84-83-79-
of the tourney, with a 1242 finish.
The two other golfers who Gierisch, Pensacola 83-81-88-
are representing the 6ND in the 80-332 IN AND ORDER
Regionals are Scab Wade of Pen- BILL SCARBROUGH accepts the Team Finals
sacola and Miller who won his Sixth Novel District GblfTrophy Jax 1242 YOUR 1966 FIAT SPIDER
right to the Regionals when he from Captain J.R. AAockroth, Memphis 1248
broke a tie with Ron Marsch of Commending Officer of' NAS COMFAIRJAX 1306 CONVERTIBLE WITH THE
Mayport for fourth place In a Jcx.J Pensacola 1321
sudden death play-off. Miller Glynco 1363 __
birdied the first hole. But per- ,__.,,.. ._- REVOLUTIONARY NEW 5 .' .

haps the finest comeback of the SPEED GEARBOX.WE .
District Tourament was made by
Memphis's LieutenantVincePaladino -
who checked in from the CAN ARRANGE FINANCINGFOR
final round in the seniors div-
ision with a 75 while the prev- AS LITTLE AS

ious leader, Commander George li
Herlder of Mayport, turned in an M? k'
82. The 7 stroke difference gave ; $ 00
Paladin golf-2 the vital one rti ;X 99 DOWN
stroke win. Paladin picked six
strokes onHerlder during the final -
AND A
FULL 36 MONTHS
day of play.Captains. a : tt ..ti
.D. Wright,Commanding TO PAY
Officer at Cecil Field, fin-
ished third In the seniors division
with a 327.Paladlno.
and Herlder are representing -
the 6ND in the Regional S
seniors division.


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Star Gazers :Back In Business :Duck Rules S Same e. A? F'64


As College Football Nears TALLAHASSIDuckhunt:: :. and fresh Water Fish Commis-
ore will have about the same sion said, "The framework will
limit last allow Florida to establish a season -
season and bag as
This September American Meanwhile Ensign H.D. Ard selective goes:ing. year, according to a regulation of forty days with a four duck
college football marks Its 96th of Cecil Field was clipping along In fact why don't you try and framework for waterfowl and coot bag limit or a fifty day season
season and once again The Air with 33 right and 14 wrong to out gue"s this board of expert? just received,from the U.S.. Fish with a three duck bag limit.
News-Afterburner will be tryingto top all commers with a .699 throughout the coming ,football and Wildlife Service. Florida's sportsmen have In-
Inform Its readers of the grid percent mark. This year Mr. season? O. C.1 fry director( Came dicated'that they prefer the forty
Iron results before the day and four ducks In preferenceof
gamesare Ard> returns with a year's experience -
played.In under his belt and the longer season and reduced
Lieutenant (jg) bars on his Fish Commission To MeetIn bag"
short we're back In the prediction shoulders to provide what shouldbe The waterfowl hunting season
business. must be established between an
even tougher competition.
Jacksonville TomorrowTALLAHASSEE opening date of October 9, 1965
This year's crop ot crystal Along, with{ Mr.'Ard'there will and a closing date of January 9, :'
ball gazers will be trying to out be an expert from Jax and two 1966 one week later than was I
guess a newspaper staff that was guests each week to predict the A regular Tsala Apopka fish Improvement allowed last year. This presentsa I
plagued by football upsets last outcome of 12 selected college business meeting of the Game programs. The Commlssldnwlll problem In that the selectionof
year. In the 1964 campaign the games. and Fresh Water Fish Com- also discuss the Pioneer Park the latest possible season will '
staff finished Just above .500. mission will be held In Jack- development In Harden Countyand not permit the season to be open
But the staff has Issued a warn- Watch the sports pages of the sonville, tomorrow according to the Backwater project for the during the Thanksgiving holidays
ing that the opposition will not Air News Afterburner on Sept. O. E. Frye, director. Wlthlacoochee River. unless a split season Is chosen.
be so lucky this year. 16 for the first of 10 weeks of The meeting will begin at 9:00 Commission members are: Federal regulations require a ;
A.M., In the Roosevelt Hotel. 33 Jack Cliett. South Florida Region penalty of four days off the total f
West Adams Street,Jacksonville. ; W. B. Copeland, North- season for those states selectinga
Items of interest to Florida's cast Region; Ronald Wise, split season. In the past the
sportsmen, to be discussed at the Northwest Region; W. T. Mc- Commission has selected the
meeting, Include the adoption of Broom, Everglades Region; latest season possible as pro-
PWASa migratory bird regulations and ,Harold W. Ashley, Central Re- vided In the regulation frame-
discussion of Lake Griffin and gion. work.

The daily bag limit on ducks
other than mergansers Is four
Final Cecil Field per day. The limit on coot Is
OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM oc IQzJ 1 ten per day and hunters will be

!a.o THIS COUPON WORTH 50C OFF TJO Softball StandingsTeams allowed a daily bag limit of two
geese. The daily bag limit on
"A WED. L What was the name of the
EXCEPT
ON CAR WA.SH.ANY DAY
z Won Lost ducks may not Include more than
o win the Ken-
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER only filly ever to two wood ducks two mallards,
VA-44 18 1 tucky Derby? or two canvasbacks.The .
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY VF-174 H 2 2. The all-time leading scorerIn shooting hours for taking
Football Leaque
I the National
Admin 13 6 waterfowl and coots In the
AUTO WAX APPLIED Marine Barracks 11 7 amassed 1,102 points on .502 Atlantic Flyway are from sunrise
FREE 10 extra points, 198 field goals and
7
Weapons until sunset
I'' WITH CAR WASH! 10 9 one touchdown In 14 sessions.
VA-45 Opening and closing dates and
9 10 Who was he?
final waterfowl
Supply hunting regula-
COUPON VU-4 ; 6' 12 3. Who was the only first- tions will be announced at the
In the National Bas-
I 'AMD 3 16 year player meeting of the Game and FreshWater
Public Works 1 9 ketball Association to finish Fish Commission inJack-
the 10 In the free-
JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'SJ VFP-62 0 19 among top sonville, August 27.
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F 'COLUMN LEFT Cecil) Field Army Regains Rifle Championship; ., i


[ By Dave Colby I 1M Bowling From Marine' Corps At Quanfico J!


;.\onday Early: W L Quantico, Va. (AFPS)--The final match of the Marine ,Corps

"The Great frozen Baseball Uproar" has reached such pro- Keg Tecks 29 7 Schools sponsored Interserylce Rifle Championships. here saw a f
portions that a Detroit newspaper decided to do a bit of research into Blackbirds 25 U crack Army team from the Markmanship Training Unit, Ft. Benning,
the validates of the Tigers' claim that a frozen ball can not be hit Crash 21 U Ga.. win the championship.The I
with power. Security 20 16 Army_team bounced back trom a defeat at the hands ot Marine

It seemed possible that the Army and of course the Academy .A.G. : : : 12 20 shooters in 1964 to capture this
Tigers might have had a ligiti- will be footing the costs. Gra- Tuesday Early;' : year's event with a record 21 service rivals and bettered
mate beef, or at least an excuse ves says that he can not do this W L breaking score of 2,474-259 Vs. the 1964 mark set by the Army's
for their hitting lieU Razors 27 9 The mark betters the 1961
poor power type of thing. If he would the new Europe Blue team by nine points.
against Chicago. In a five NCAA )would jump all over him Semimole Chiefs 20.5 13.5 record by some seven points and Army marksmen made a clean
t game series with the White Sox, for violations. But Graves didn't VfP-62 20 16 44 Vs, shots within an inner, sweep of the Long Distance Ag-
the team doing the alleged mention the established practiceof Hand Dawgs 18 18 tie-breaking ring. gregate championships.
(freezing, the Tigers failed to pro- i ) .'QJckbirds. ,17 19 Army Sergeant Ronald Turner,
duce a home run. Detroit, nor- so "lfcdhlrtjng"tHat he goes to'a'school player out for-, ,., ;The "TraYeler '.. '. 16.5 19.5 "F" Comp tfy 23rd:} Infantry! ,
mally a good power team had five Marine BaHacld 11 25Devlstators Korea, came within one point and
six
or in order
to
slammed ,12 homers the week years 12 24 15 Vs of a match record set in I CAN! YOUTAKE I II
play a sport. There seems to be
before. 1963 in winning the individual
To support the hometown team some tactics.parallel between the two Wednesday Early: W L rifle championship. I YOUR CAR I

the Detroit subjected Special Slobs 22 10 Air Force marksmen made WITH YOU?
i newspaper The
Army coach Is In the recruiting I For Financing And Insurance t
three official baseba1.1s to various business Hen Razors H1 19 12 their presence known when their
temperatures; one ball was baked when too. He facesralg1 lieU Razors #2 16 12 team took the Commandant, Stateside And Overseas. Call'.
opposition going after DYER M. BURR
F in an oven, other was put in a talent and has some drawbacksthat Commissary 15 13 Marine Schools Trophy Match representingGOVERNMENT
f (freezer, and a third was kept other college coaches don't Thunderbirds 14.5 17.5 with an 889-79 Vs scoring.The EMPLOYEES t
t at room temperature.The Commmication 14 18 Army's Pacfic Blue team FINANCE CORPORATION
three balls were then face.When a boy enters a service Yellow Water 7.5 24.5yy won the Marine Corps Infantry AND ..

dropped to the floor from eight academy there is more than Trophy team match, setting a INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
(foot in the air, all the balls sports as a full time occupation. new match record with their INSURANCE COMPANY t
reacted differently.when they hit First there is the academic aspect 1,276 scoring. In gaining the 9619 Timuquana Rd. 771-0927, :

the floor. The frozen ball bounced then the military, and finally victory the team outshot some
fraction of what the other
only a A
sports. college may take four
two did, the heated ball bounced or five years to go through but SEGRAVES SERVICE CENTER
he
highest.
with a military academy it takes
From the experiment the Jour- four years of schooling and then AUTO-MARINE SERVICE
nalist-scientists concluded there there is another four PHILUPS
was evidence to support the Tiger's year mili- ir, 9 Roosevelt Blvd at Ortega Riv a A
tary obligation. InEsmann'scasethere .jJl
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Meanwhile a Chicago paper was it, to the Army's environment. 24 Hr. AAA Road b Wrecker Service

doing some testing of Its own We, in the military, like to S&III1Dd. Plaid Stamps
with Iceboxes, ovens, and base- think of the academies as Mechanical S.rvlc. Fuel Oil Service Dlol o.Car
our
balls.. They concluded, with the source of "professional men." a'V Body Repairs Pier 17 Marina U-Haul

help of a college professor, that Joe Belino was kept out of pro V Boat gal at Regular Station Prices
there is little difference betweena football for four Lines
years becausehe Now Showing complete 1965 :
frozen baseball and normal
a from
graduated the Naval Academy -
one.The and accepted a commission Boats & Motors
be hot and cold debate seems in the Navy. And there Is a long Nigh Trolls \\ EWNRUDl7Evinrade
to frozen solid.
list of other adacemy graduates Low Down Payment FOIIIndalr.
SIGN DEPT. that pro football would liked to ? Easy Terms __ Viking
have had but could never get. Vela
The New York Mets may not The days when a boy went to Oar 36 year reputation is your best guarantee of quality service..
know how, .or be able, towinbase- college and tried out for the team a3 I
ball games but they are in the are history. Now the athlete
know when it comes to winning gets an RSPV invitation to a col-
F SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
fans.The lege. The process of scouting,
Mets recently held their recruiting, visits to the campus,
Third Annual Banner Day and 2, getting letters of Intent, keepinga FURY II
500 1 .
Met followers turned out player in school and finally a
with 1,700 signs depicting Met ark
winning football games with the
themes.
prized catch is long and com-
The winning banner was two- plicated. It's strictly big time. ZANY MAMIE-The pool viewis

man str&amersaying, "ToErrorIs What a football player's primary good, as you can see, with
Human" To Forgive Is A Met duties are at college, whether he Mcmie Van Doren cs part of the
Fan. The winners had beenIn Is first a student, then a foot- decorations. Mamiehcsstrange

the two previous contests without ball player or vice versa Is ques- habits; like stepping out of her :
the success. Last year, when tionable. Of course he must pool in high heels end sccrf.
Mets were erring In their maintain his grades to keep In
normal way, the pair entered, school, but is he doing this to
'Td Rather Fight To Be A Met play football or remain astudent? THISSATURDAY
Than "
Switch.
We have seen too many football 4-door sedan, v-8, Torque-Flite Transmission, Power
GRAVE SITUATION players use four years of athle- fleering. Power Brakes, WSW. Seat Belts.Electric Wipers!
tic eligibility and nevergraduate.At \\lleater and Defroster.; I
University of Florida football the academies the athletic "ART
ALSO
coach Bay Graves Is crying to the duties of a student don't seem to s BANK RATE FINANCING
NCAA over the loss of a star be quite as important.Of 2497. LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT
football prospect to Army. course service school foot- ,, : IN SPECIAL DEALS FOR NAVY
Graves Is asking that the NCAA ball Is big time too but Is It MORE CARS THAN TO CHOOSE 200 FINE FROM NEW A USED
make and enforce some rules on blown out of proportion to the rest

recruiting that will apply to the of the crlculium? '
NOW LARGE SELECTION OF ABC
service academies.The Mr. Graves Is right. The NCAA THEMALL"
ruckus is over Ron should make its members honor EXECUTIVE CARS, LOW MILEAGE

Esmann a Florida high school some code In recruiting, but we SAVE UP TO $800 ON THESE VALUES
fullback, who signed a letter of don't think this code should Include : .
Intent with UF last December.This letters of intent. Let's DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT
month Army's football downgrade all recruiting prac-
coach Paul Dietzel apparently tices.

convinced the boy that he was CLAYTON REVELS
Vest Point material Graves Presented by Rosie
turned out the loser and he's Mall and The Art
sore. Graves wrote a letter tothe Of course it was easy for the League of Jacksonville CfirysIer-PlyiTioutli, Inc.
NCAA going West; all they
asking things. pioneers
many
This main request is that a national had to do was to follow the wag- ROOSEVELT GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA,
fetter of intent be established on ruts, while today's tourist MALL
and all schools honor it. has to decipher 17 different traf- SHOPPING only 20 min. So. of f NAS on Hwy. 17

Dietzel wants to send Esmannto fic signs on the same pole. CENTER PHONE JAX 264..6555.w
a prep school before entering Fostoria! (Ohio) Courier



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DOQ.Ask For Cost Cutting ..

I ,Action Report by September ''ijrili'1illlllfl'i'fl'fllli1t"fillllillfj1'ffI' !'' '{ 1 I


Washinton (AFPSSecretary) The report is due Sept. 15.
of Defense Robert S. McNamarahas In a memorandum Secretary CEDAR HILLSSHOPPING
requested service secretaries McNamara noted that cost reduction CENTER
and the Director, Defense accomplishments to date

Supply Agency, to submit a report have exceeded expectations. He BLANDING BLVD. .1rIt.........t..
credited the active of the
on actions taken support
being to WILSON' I


ensure Is being that Program.Chaplain given toppriorjtxempjiasis to. Doubles the! Cost Reduction bllllon hopes military after agencies By,FY69 to the attained departments show for Defense and savings a each savings during year Department and of of defense FY65.there-$4.6-$6.1- 11111;lllllllllII! ; IIII! !!III111\11! !\ SP 1-1 M1 OR SP '1-6601 1 111III11!!



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Reduction
Cost
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Nang, RVN (AFPS-Lieu-) cepts are more important today ............
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than ever before, the ........................
tenant Commander Hugh F. secretarysaid. ...................................
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the Lecky name, Chaplain of"Hell Corps Padre, USN,"given,has "With the fncreasedsupportandexpenditures o .:..:..:..:...:.:.:....:.:..:..:..:.

to him by the men of the Mar- required in Vlet-
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because he spends most of his our resources be applied in the SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
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