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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 23 NO. :26: U.S.. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. SEPTEMBER 9, 1965





I PATRON Sixteen 'Eagles' Receive HAS To 5 Kick.Off' ,




Navy Battle Efficiency T CFC Monday


The Eagles of Patrol Squadron
Sixteen, under the command of
Cdr. C. J. Eadie, Tuesday received Monday, Sept. 13, Is the kick-off date for the 1966 Jacksonville
the Coveted Navy Battle Area Combined Federal Campaign.The .
Efficiency "E" in ceremoniesheld ?R nt NAS Jax "kick-off" will begin at 10 a.m. Monday at King
at the Naval Air Station. hall ( NATTC Theater). Lcdr. D. A. Washburn has been named
Radm. A. R. Matter, Com- Combined Federal Campaign officer for NAS Jax. Unit Chairman -
mander Fleet Air Wings U.S. and Key Men from the air station and tenant commands will
Atlantic Fleet, made the pre- attend the "kick-off" ceremony which will include three films
sentation distinguishing Patron from the agencies involved in the campaign.
Sixteen this year as the outstanding Cecil Field will have their '
patrol squadron of the "kick-off" at 1 p.m. the same Navy Relief Society Drive.
five in Fleet Air Wing Eleven day and Mayport Naval Station The campaign will 'continue
based here in Jacksonville.The will begin their drive on Tuesdayat through Oct. 25. Personnel can

Navy "E", awarded by 10 p.m. give their entire donation at this ...
type command signifies excel- Rear Admiral Robert Goldth- time, or provisions have been \
lence in overall readiness and ,}, R waite, Commander, Fleet Air made to spread. tne gift in Installments -
effectiveness for the'squadronto ; + Jacksonville, who is the Navy over a;one year per-
which it is awarded. Factors Combined Federal Campaign
considered in its award are: Chairman will attend all three iod.This payroll payment plan is
vores registered in competitive ceremonies and music will be available to all civilian employees -
exercises throughout the year, WELL DONE. .RAdm. A. R. Matter, Commander Fleet Air provided by the ComFair- except those with a temporary
the results of the annual opera- Wings, U. 'S. Atlantic Fleet, presents the coveted Battle Efficiency Jax Band. appointment of less than one
"E" to Patrol 'Squadron. S/xfeen's/ Commanding Officer, The Combined Federal Cam- year and to members of
Continued on Page 2 Cdr.. C. J. Eadie. paign is a one-time soliciation ,.the.AQJJ d Forces who are assigned -
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for voluntary health'Antf Welfare -in this area.
agencies. These agencies,United The payroll donation will be
Det. Returns VP-16 Returns Fund of Jacksonville AreaNa-; ,, paid in allotment*form. Minimum
VAP-62 tional Health Agencies and International allotment per payday is $.50 for
Service Agencies, weeksor
I personnel paid every two
From BermudaThe have run three individual fund. $1.00; for personnel paid
raising drives in the past. monthly. Withholding in the
After 3 Mo. in Spain The only otfier charity drive amount authorized will be for a

Eagles of Patrol Squadron that Navy personnel will be ask full year beginning with the first
Sixteen, under the command of ed to participate In will be the Continued' on Page 2
A three-plane detachment of charge Lieutenant CommanderG. Cdr. C. J. Eadie, returned to
RA-3B "Skywarriors" from W. Govan, the detachment NAS Jax last Friday afternoonover '\or...
Heavy Photographic Squadron provided aerial catographic nine months detached dutyin THE WHITE HOUSEWASHINGTON
SIXTY-TWO returned to NAS missions to update current Navy Bermuda.
Jacksonville Sunday, Sept. 5, Oceanographic and port directory/ With the return of this unit,
from a three month deployment charts. Fifteen countries were VP-16 is together as a full squa-
at Naval Station, Rota, Spain, visited during the deploymentto dron for the first time in nearly July 19, 1963
The remainder of the ground Rota. The squadron was under two years.
support crew will arrive by air- operational control of Com- While in Bermuda, the j'

lift Friday, Sept. 10. FairMed. squadron was engaged in various ,
Lead by die unit's officer in Continued on Page 2a1' fleet anti-submarine warfareex-

ercises, recently working with I I I
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'., their Royal Canadian Air Force To All Federal Employees and Military Personnel i i j i t I II !

; ......'c' counterparts in this field. Rou- I dill.i
.,...... .' ; tine patrols during this time This Combined Federal Campaign consolidates in One i> i i I ':
ranged throughout the South At- drive the of all I
,. .!' :1'-"k fund-raising campaigns voluntary :
,.( ,. r. I"" 0 lantic. health and welfare agencies which solicit contributions' < I
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: off
pI Situated nine hundred miles
"' ft.o from Federal employees and members of the Armed Forces.
j the Florida coast, Bermuda is '" 'J { !
.r t a key base in our Atlantic Coast-
line Surveillance and Defense The combined drive saves time and expense and makes
l' .... ". .\ System. Regular operational possible for you a single annual pledge that can be paid,
fIf.- :J" flights are interspersed with if you desire by payroll allotment during the'year. What
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'!,:."..>- /, ,1 1" '" t 1 ''. ..;.. training flights in order to keep you set aside for support of these services ia entirely a
-- ; ; flight personnel qualified and to personal decision for you and your family. I am sure thatas
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train new inexperienved per- a representative of the United States Government
0
.,, sonnel. whether in a civilian or military capacity, you will want to
'J. During this deployment, Pat-
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-; set an example of responsible and compassionate citizenship
..ti.it ." rol Squadron Sixteen, flying the
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i... "J. .... .:A.",." Navy's newest ASW patrol air- in your community.
craft, the Lockheed P3A "Or-
f' ion", won the coveted Navy Battle Whatever our individual station or circumstance, we in |
Efficiency "E". America are very fortunate men and women.. Our good |

/.' ( HE'S MOVEDThe fortune today is, in large measure, the legacy of America's.
J- J' -q traditions generosity and concern for others. I am sure
.._ last Jax Air News
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will and honor that fine tradition in ,
you proudly gladly
.
: '" announced that Captain H. F.
," :' Lang was seeking a VA-175 making your decision this year regarding your personal ;
shoulder patch. The announce- support of the Combined Federal Campaign. i.
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ment listed his address as the f .
;; fleet oiler, USS Kankakee, a
i3- post he has only recently de-
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parted. .
If you have a VA-175 patch .
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HELCOME HOME. .Lcdr. C. W. Go von (left), Officer-tn-chorge for Captain Lang, contact him at "::1
of VAP-62 Detachment/ 19.Is welcomedhome by Commanding Officer his new duty assignment Com-
manding Officer, USS Saratoga
Cdr. William/ E. Nowers (right), and Executive Officer, (CVA-60)). ti
Cdr. Harry F. Bryant (center).




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NEWS-AFTERBURNER 1965
.PAn,. 2 JAX, ;AIR
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TilE NATURE OF FAITII
SUNDAY
by
8:00 a,m. Service of Holy! Communion
Fulton Jr.
'i=f Chaplain J. Wayte ,

.t iW ) \ I IR 9:30 4.m. Service of Divine The Bible has so much to say about faith. The inspired writerof
Worship the Letter To The Hebrews tells us that: "faith, Is' the substance
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." By It "the
:: and in It "we look for
a ;{ ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 elders obtained a good repon" the city
\9 whose Builder and Maker Is God." Without
tZ 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine which has foundations,
faith it Is Impossible to please God for it Is the ground of our
Worship with Him and the designated channel of His communication .
1 y yt 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship acceptance with us.Psychologists.

:_ ;_ tell us that man like "all Gaul" is divided Into
A1 I Ii WEDNESDAY three pans. He has a cognitive fun ct t onh e has an affective function,
and he has a conative function. In other words: he thinks, he feels,
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal he acts. In the New Testament faith is dealt with in precisely the

..., ///i\\;/ \ ElI 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Re- same manner. Faith is knowledge, faith is feeling, and faith is

he rsal action. Jesus taught this clearly when He said: "If you KNOW
I \\t t z 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, these things, HAPPY are you if you' DO them." Man is a whole
Also on all Holy Days: being. He cannot be compartmentalized. So saving faith involvesthe
Catholic Services at St. Ed- totality of man, his thoughts his affections, and his actions.

ward's Chapel,. NATTC and Naval' These cannot be separated.
Hospital Faith and knowledge are not contradictory. Faith is a feeling.
Our emotions are directly bound up In our act of faith. Becausewe

OF YOUR HOST COMMU ITY I SUNDAY MASS know that God In His mercy has spoken to us In Jesus Christ,
our hearts are strangely warmed, and filled with a holy affection.We .
6:30 a.m. U.$. Naval Hospital know Joy, we know peace, we know contentment. "We love Him
Editorial 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.111. St. Ed- because He first loved us."
ward's ChapeL And where there is knowledge and love, there is also action.
We are urged to be "doers of the Word, and not hearers only."
Citizenship Obligation DAILY MASS If we have a saving and transforming knowledge of God, this will
produce love for Him and for our fellows, and this love in turn will
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel be translated into action or "good works."
Applies At Local Level Therefore, to our lesson of understanding, is added the lessonof
love, and to our lesson of love is added the equal lesson of
MONDAY & TUESDAY obedience, of devotion to Christian duty, and. from these fountainsof
__r. Servicemen have always upheld their responsibilities as American light which have their united source springing out of the Rock
citizens. They pay taxes, vote, and use their energy to defend 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC of Calvary, flows forth the stream that will one day wash away
this nation. On a large scale they are, in every sense of the the sin and the sorrow of our world.
expression, "good, solid citizens. FRIDAY
But what about on a smaller scale? We comprise a transient
population, moving from community to community, or country 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
to country. Seldom are any of us, single, or married with familyin Captain Faulk Reports Aboard
tow, stationed in an area that we consider our permanent home. SATURDAY
As transients we move into a host town or city, use its services
Its roads and parks,theaters and social centers, and then move 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel As Air Station Senior
on. In doing this we too often ignore our host. ChaplainNAS
As citizens of the United States"we have an obligation that goes CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY
beyond meeting our mipitary responsibilities. The foundation of any
country is the community;and we,as citizens,owe it to the nation and 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Jax welcomed a new Senior Chaplain aboard recently when
ourselves become Chaplain Rolland W. Faulk took over the duties of Chaplain W.
to personally involved in non-political local Masses Radcliffe.

activities.This applies equally to those stationed outside the United States. Catechism Classes:Grade School Chaplain Faulk reported here from Washington, D.C. where he
the was the officer in charge of the Chaplains Corps Research Team.A .
Through opportunities to become active participants may not be
SATURDAY native of Texas, he entered the Navy In 1937, and is presentlyone
quite as numerous outside the United States, there is certainly
ample chance to show interest in our host city and country. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi-. of the senior ranking chaplains. In the Corns.
There are few men and women in service who don't have some ties building 722. Early In his Navy career the
personal talent, interest and training to put to use. chaplain served aboard the
'M Look around. Check into civic and service clubs, the Little battleship USS Idaho, and was a
League church If witness to the signing of the Instrument -
organizations. there is an area of interest
and you think you can do something constructive, offer your help. of Surrender by Japan
There are very few cases where you will not be more than wel- TrafficViolations while serving on the USS Mis-
souri.
come.
By joining and doing your pan, you will be fulfilling your obligations His other assignments have
as an American, serving your host, and making your own been Marine Corps Air Stationat
tour of duty more enjoyable. (AFPS) El Toro, California; Naval
This following Is a report of Operating Base, GuantanamoBay
motor vehicle accidents and traf- Cuba; Naval Training
VP-76 WINS Continued from Pace 7U 1
Center
fic violations for the period Bainbridge, Maryland;
,tional readiness inspection, the Winning the Battle Efficiency"E" August September 6. Fleet Chaplain, CommanderinChief -
adminstrative material inspection has great traditional significance Number of Accidents U.S. Naval Forces, Eur-
and the squadron safety to all Navy men. Keen This Week August 31- ope, London, England; District
record. competition for this award has September 6..4 Chaplain for the Sixth and Ele- I
As winners of the "E", the motivated generations of American Total Accidents this year through venth Naval Districts;Fleet Chaplain

Eagles will display with pride sailors to give their best September, 1965.................165 U. S. Pacific Fleet, Pearl
the traditional pennant on effort. The Navy "E" signifiesthe Number of Accidents through Harbor, Hawaii.

each squadron aircraft and each competitive spirit and "Can- September, 1964.................186 Chaplain and Mrs. Rolland
enlisted member of the squadron do" attitude that has built the Uni- Total number of days since last Faulkjiavea sons Jonathan. who CHAPLAIN/ FAULK
will wear an "E" patch on his ted States Navy into the great injury in a motor vehicle is attending David and Elkins

uniform.! Navy it is today. accident.........................18 College, Elkins, West Vir-
I. Number of ViolationsThis ginia. VAP-62

..: Week.........................15 Chaplain Radcliffe reported to
Speeding..............................3 Washington, D.C. for duty as Continued from Page 1
Reckless Driving..................1 Assistant to the Chief of Chap of 11
The detachment consisted
r Going through Stop Signs..3 lains.
JTAX AIR: NEWSThe
officers men
enlisted
Other Violations...................8 and 67 the
Nineteen drivers which carried out all
appeared before CFC
the Traffic Hearing Boardat missions during the deploy-
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspapei the meeting held on Sept.7. Continued; from Page 7 ment. Included in this group
were three all-weather
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Disposition of the cases included qualified
pay period in four
the January 1966. day and night photo pilots,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a following: nine lost driving All Naval -
and parking personnel are urged navigators, a Photo Interpretation
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR station for various privileges aboard to give generously to this Officer, Maintenance Officer
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, was assigned to periods; one campaign. The campaign slogan and 17 Photographers Mates.
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before eight-hour course complete in remedial an "One For All, The Easy Way' The flight crews were wel-
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources=; driving at NATTC; none were explains the benifits of the new comed home and congratulatedby
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. assigned to complete a six-hour Combined Federal Campaign. Commander William E. Now-
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries course in remedial driving at Combined For more information on the ers, Commanding Officer. Also
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing Jax Police Academy; four received Federal Compaign,see on hand to welcome the men
Comply, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida suspensions; five were page 4. home were their wives, families
given warnings five and many personnel of VAP-62.
..Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. ; were dis-
missed; eleven were fined (U.S. I

VOL. 23 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 9 1965 COMMISSIONER); and one referred -
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The Combined Federal Cam- BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA-- Non-sectarian; adoption and related and a wide variety of interestsfor Ing and United Budgeting,
paign which begins Monday,Sept Character building, citizenship services for Infants and girls through its character- U.S.O. --
13, is a single charitydrive which training, physical! fitness and young children; services for un building program, which offers Operated locally by The
supports the United Fund of the leadership for boys aged 8-18 married mothers; consultationto camping, organized troops and Salavation Army, provides fa.
Jacksonville Area, National through activities designed to natural parents wishing to adult leadership training. cilities for the religious, social
Health Agencies and the International develope healthy minds and bodies release children for adoption and GOODWILL INDUSTRIES" welfare recreational needs of
Services Agencies.A extensive to prospective adoptive parents. Supplies vocational rehabilitation members of the Armed Forces.
including an cam-
proportinate amount for each ping program. CHILDREN'S MUSEUM .... jobs and training to handicapped This "home away from home"
of the campaign organizationshas BOYS' CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE Summer and after-school classes persons,repairing clothing also offers counseling services
been worked out on the basisor -- In an, nature and science, appliances and furniture donated VISITING NURSE ASSOCIA-
their past receipts from Federal .Works closely with,schools, law tours of exhibits for groups of by the public; resale of TION--
personnel In this area. United enforcement bodies and other children supplement regular items through retail training out Registered professional nurses
Fund of the JacksonvilleArea social agencies, guides boys to school studies; planetariumshows lets helps support program. provide essential care for the
will receive 76.2%National responsibility and good citizen- and educational activities JACKSONVILLE URBAN LEAGUE sick In their own homes, under
Health Agencies 16.1%and International ship through craft and athletic provided. -- the direction of a local physicianor
Service Agencies 7.70/0./ programs; a very real weapon CLARA WHITE MISSION... Conducts a program of vocational clinic. Fees are charged
UNITED/ FUND OF THE against juvenile delinquency. Provides religious and character guidance, job placement, according to ability to pay.
.. building education for the educational and community: VOLUNTEERS OF AMERI-
ff JACKSONVILLE/ AREA, /INC. CAMP FIRE GIRLS---- Negro
Includes me following charities: Program combines fun, friend- community; works with juvenile organization activities to improve CANNonsectarian- --
AMERICAN RED CROSS -- ship, achievement and high. Ideals delinquents, paroled and discharged conditions under whichNe- maternity home
Counselling, communications, for girls aged 718. Activities prisoners; operates day groes live and work. and adoption agency providing
financial and other assistanceto include camping, homemaking nursery and shelter care for JEWISH FAMILY & CHILD- seclusion care and counseling
servicemen,veterans and their personality development, transients. REN'S SERVICES-- for the unmarried mother, selection -
families; service and training health training and''' service, to DAY NURSERY AND KINDER Provides personal, family and of a home for the infant
programs in first aid, 'water others, with emphasis on"l arn- GARTEN ASSOCIATION--.-... marital counseling. It is a licensed and counseling'with ,the adoptive
safety and nursing care, disas- ing by doing." Operates four nurseries in Jacksonville child placing agency, offering parents.Y. .
and relief. CATHOLIC CHARITIES BUREAU area. Half the child- adoption, faster home W. C. A.Characterbuilding.--
AMERICAN SOCIAL HEALTH ren cared for are from broken placement of children, and helpto organizationfor
ASSOCIATION" Provides casework service to homes, allowing the remaining unwed mothers. women and girls; program
Research, Investigation and families regarding problems of parent to work and main- LEGAL AID ASSOCIATION--- offers education and recreation
family life education with Armed their children; helps unwed mothers tain the home. Through the volunteer servicesof through 'group activities and a
Forces, local and national a- ; accepts' children for foster FAMILY CONSULTATION over 100 lawyers provides residence for employed girls and
gencies, law enforcement and care or adoption; renders SERVICE-- skilled legal aid, advice and assistance students who are newcomers to
health departments to control care and assistance to the aged. Counseling service to familiesand to persons in need of the community.
VD, prostitution, narcotics addiction CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC-- individuals who need help; legal service but unable financially
and allied conditions. Serves those children In the community in solving problems of marital to employ an attorney. NATIONAL HEALTH
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION whose emotional, educa- discord parent-child relation- MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION AGENCIES
Supports research and health education tional or social problems prevent ship and personality adjustment; ,
programs; sponsors them from being adjusted, happy also offers child-focused Homemaker Citizens1 group concerned with includes the following charities:
Arthritis and Collagen Disease individuals. Diagnostic consul- Service. adequate care and treatment. THE AMERICAN HEART
Program at Duval Medical tation and treatment helps them GATEWAY GIRL SCOUT mentally ill; conducts research, ASSOCIA TION--
Center; provides group physical grow into well adjusted ,adults. COUNCIL-- ,training, education and service. spearheads increasely suc-
therapy and operates Craft Shop CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY Promotes citizenship, home- projects, including Half-Way cessful programs against heart
for arthritics. .eN( .E.DIVISION)- making, fun in the out-of-doors House and Bell & Key Club for disease, stroke, high blood pre-
former mental patients. sure, affecting over 22 million
.. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY Americans, accounting for more
UKESHORBiTOttt 'tAf ,
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MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
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PQRi I L ASSOCIATIONS OF AMERICA-
=u :I= flit TIRE COMPANY * lII 'l ; .II.I. ......... ""O" 4-0U6.. ; vides medical services, trans. supports an international scien-
portation to hospitals and clinics tific research and national patient
for physical therapy; furnishes care program, bringing hope and
NEW GUARDIAN 4 Ply Premium
Nylons walkers, crutches and medical comfort to millions afflicted by

FRESH, NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED. THEY HAVE THE NEW supplies to patients. dystrophy and related neuro-

WRAP AROUND TREAD THAT GIVES BETTER STEERING CONTROL.600x13 COLORED--OLD FOLKS HOME FOR musclar THE diseases.NATIONAL CYSTIC

Provides care for sick and homeless FIBROSIS RESEARCH( FOUNDATION
I 7 O xII 700x14 750x14 Negroes during their de- -
650x13 735x14. 775x14 clining years and for those with leads the fight against C/F an
MK chronic ailments who are not inherited disorder which primarily -

.' 95 eligible to enter Duval Medical attacks the lungs and
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IB50 $169SM4 SALVATION ARMY .- sands of American babies each
Seeks to administer to spiritual year.
JwWm moral and physical needs. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
1' I* ..b. Oft*,HIM ..n r M b. +.. Services include emergency TION FOR RETARDED CHILDREN -

assistance, transient welfare .-
services, aid to unmarried mothers establishes well-rounded com
800x14: 850 x 14 youth programs and the munity programs and provides
.15 I Senior Center for the over-six better care for American's 6
825 x 14 11 855 x 14 IS95ONLY ties. million mentally retarded.
SPEECH AND HEARING CENTER Through research, it seeks pre-
-- vention of retardation.
'.. ...... ... Provides THE -
Me c..NwMM/ .' diagnostic, evaluative, NATIONAL FOUNDATION
CRISWELL HAS 1 '" and
-1IN therapeutic services to child MARCH OF DIMESis
ren and adults with all types of the largest, single voluntary
SatUttction' Guaranteedor rt-rRlnllrA speech and hearing handicaps, health organization fighting birth
jeur rnone J BRAKE rehabilitation of the deaf and hard defects. These afflictions cripple

VS. 10TU PItJIII ..tU FRONT END of tance.hearing and vocational assis- more each than year.250,000 of our infants -

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ANT' 600x13 Black plus tax and smooth' Social casework service giving FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN AND
f sin 'tifeS'orr your car assistance to runaways, child ADULTS-

WN ,c.c..... .tar; C..t.. cw.., A4IMt ren traveling alone,aged or hand- .(Easter Seal Society) has 1,400
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W ........ faftty ,... 995 CEREBRAL PALSY- THE NATIONAL SOCIETY
N .... y.rr MwM *si ......1 ew V.VkML ...... 1 r..t Services to children and adults FOR THE PREVENTION OF
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USED TIRES blcfak wall, tub type and tab* _...'Virtually all and speech
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; recreation education
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to and from the Clinic and preventive services.
SHORELANDING DOWNTOWN when needed. Half of all blindness Is prevent

I BLVD.a. I CRISWELL 501 I W, DUVALCOR I Constitutes UNITED FUND-- ,AMERICAN able. CANCER SOCIETY-

SAN JUAN CLAY tative citizen a movement broadly represen-with fights cancer on three fronts:
Phone 3SS 9383 COMPANY ; sponsibilities re- research, education and service.To .
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needs and in protect yourself you
the total community serving know cancer's seven danger signals
ited Planning, United through Fund Rais-Un- and have a yearly heaita..
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This week's column takes Into '"l ToSpeakAt ShoWs
consideration that all sailor's
are haunted, at least once in
the back of their minds, about FRA Cony.
being shipwrecked..and so we ::4 ftf
polled the people at Cecil:Fieldas r'irs.cl
to what one book they would wiBANKS I Delegates from Fleet Reserve :
like to "have with them if they Association Branch and Unit 126 _
were stranded on an uninhabited trill depart for Miami Beachthis ,, K qw
tropical island and why they would weekend to attend the 38th ?
select this book.A A. L. Banks, Seaman Appren- National Convention of the Fleet.
tice, Supply THE BIBLE Reserve Association.
pat on the back to .
Mrs. Louise Beard for goes a quick '1 selected the Bible because it, Among the guest speakers for
witted answer to a loaded ques- to me, is the most important this important function will be
tion which should teach all sail book ever written. By readingand Congressman L. Mendal Rivers'',
ors a lesson in survival. studying the Bible it would ft whom we all owe a vote of
Mrs. Louise B. Beard, Cap- relax my mind and help me tc thanks in connection with the
tain's Secretary A BOOK OF think of something else rather recent pay raise.
MATCHES "If marooned on than the island itself and that Branch 126 will celebrate its
an uninhabted island I think I I was alone. I could try and 16th birthday on Saturday Sept. W
would prefer to have a book find a way to set up some type 18 a.t a party to be held at the
of matches more than any other of device to hail a passing shipor frleet Reserve Hall. All FRA
book I can think of. I don't signal an aircraft to cometo Members and: their guest are Aiwa
think I would be settled down my rescue. Invited to attend. The "Head-

enough to read, so I feel thata Dick Miller, a.che Basket" project will add SHARON t book of matches would be prentice, Operations PLAYBoy -- to the occasion. Fashion t WJ:: ,t. ** fit o jrevw/ of the fashions they will/ be
Unit 126 LAFRA will hold
much more worthwhile to me. "If I couldn't be with my wearing'IP/ ftyf' FalbiOh Show, from Charles Meyer, Display
its regular business' meeting
I could build be a fire which might wife at least I would have some Thursday, Sept. 9, at the FRA Manager fit the/ A/JW/ fChange: Complex, while Lt. Stewart Lon
possibly seen by
a passing
kind of relaxation. This
maga- foil, 7673 Blanding Blvd. Unit Jon, Moy0ffgvw j c ftinge: Officer, looks on.
ship and result in rescue, andI zine, to me, has very good columns -
could, if I was lucky enoughto for the and old. It \President, Mrs. Kitty Lindsey
young tilt FasUfcA and Revlon demonstration. Refreshments
Three' Shows a
Vtll convene the meeting at 8 }
have a cigarette with me, tells a lot about life and its have will be served both!'
Cosmetic rMWs
Final will be made 1Gttion/r
have a match to light it with. ,111. plans
different happenings around the for the unit's participation in the been schdtlvlA4 I \ &? M* \\JAS SAX nights.
world. By reading this I would l/AFRA: National Convention, Navy EJt/hW* W r $ pternber The Sept. 21st' show will be
keep mymind well occupied. This Sftpt. 13-17 in Miami Beach. 2022. at the Mayport EM Club, at
would stop me from worrying Ladies eligible for member- The'slyV 1 t U t Jth.AtJd22nd 2 p.m. and will feature a Rev-
wK about things that could happenon ship may obtain full informationby will be MA *t {kAs> JAX Ion demonstration.The .
an uninhabitod island. calling the Fleet Reserve Navy Wi"'A' tbh sR,F k l lS,716. fashions will be modeled a,
Hall 771-9951. at 7:30: Jy 1t111t :WfoY evening by six students of Bauder Fashion
shot\ v+)Jll ti f.irb a Max College. All fashions shown
JJ.JJ.JJ.r Factor Asrt' ttc k \iiot4stration will be available at the Navy
"""" <
BEARD WILLIAMS and the \I btlsday\ bw Wi!}have Exchanges In the area. .

Mrs. Elinor T. Williams, Y -- .
Cashier/Typist, Special Ser-
vices HAWAII "The reasonI

chose Hawaii i is because it GET ALL THOSE '. ,
I ,
describes the islands in moreor MILLER/ TOTHJ. ;
less primitive times and what I
the people did to survive under J. Totii, Airman, NAMTO -
similiar conditions. It would ABANDON "My reason for
also be time consuming.I choosing this book is becauseit BILLS PAID *&
book is one of adventure and sur-
think any interesting
1 \
would take your mind off the If"
I
idea that you are alone withno with a y _
vival.HANK'S __ J
one to help you.
_
T. W. Green, Signalman First CREDIT UNION,'
Class, Special Services THE r.. .
BIBLE "It would be of more MOTORS \ .
consolation than any one book flILL-CONSOLIDAT/ '-.. .

that I know of. Beside thereis __ _
the fact of the learning you 62 OLDSMOBILE 98. .$1995 _
can get from it. It would help 4 dr., hardtop, loaded LOAN :
take your mind off of what is
going on or what may happenin 62 COMET.$995
your environment. And would 2 dr., low mileage .

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time you are Impala, 2 dr., hardtop, V-8,
I'm not suggesting that one waitto auto/trans.
read the Bible until he is "
stranded on an uninhabited is- 61 PONTIAC.$1395 PAID
land." 2 dr., hardtop, extra nice, .
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Bel-Air, 2 dr., Ycyl., stand.
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2 dr., hardtop are an owner-not just /1 li>SfoNArfrtarftt\ ,,\ rates are lower and

fI$1 PER 58 CHEVROLET. $495 there are no extra cht/g>V 54 |yW- what you need, when you
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Civil Service PromotionsThe

HALF following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedin
accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program:

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT

BRYSON, Robert T. FROM: Aircraft' Engine Mechanic TO:
r e Aircraft Examiner (A/C Engine Mechanic).
J A< DAVIDSON, Ronald L. FROM: Photocopying Equip. Oper. TO:
3r For free informationon Xerox Machine Operator.
DOERING, John E. FROM: Apprentice Machinist TO: Machi-
eye health, write
nlst.
HUSKIM, Jerry W. Jr. FROM: Aircraft Engine Mechanic TO:
... Florida Society for the .
Aircraft Examiner (A/C Engine Mechanic)
Prevention of Blindness, Inc. FROM Student Trainee (Mechanical Engineer
KING, Jerry N. : ),
: .. 3001 Granada Street Same, GS-5.
_, GS-4 TO:
Tampa, Florida 33609 LECK, Dale L. FROM: Photocopying Equip. Oper. TO: Xe-

axT : rox Machine Operator.
MARTIN, Wayne L. FROM: Student Trainee (Electronic En-
Only two to a gineer), GS-4 TO: Same, GS-5. .
aA
y4 WALTERS, William T. FROM: Student Trainee (Mechanical
Engineer), GS-4 TO: Same GS5.SUPPLY .
THIRTY YEARS..D_ uring/ a recent ceremony Captain John R. ,customer. .
nackroth, CO. HAS. presented Mr. D. John Trow, Accounts DEPARTMENTTHORNTON

Maintenance Supervisor, Supply Department, an award recog- Henry F. FROM: Warehouseman TO: Stock-
nition/ of his completion of 30 years of Federal service. Mr. Trow All the money in man.
served In the U.S. Navy for 20 years, 4 months. Upon his retire- the world would MISCELLANEOUSFRENCH

ment, he entered service in the Treasury Department, where he never buy you a Warren W. FROM: Mail & File Clerk, GS-3 Supply
was employed for 1 year. 'Subsequently he served under civil ser- new pair of eyes. t k:. Dept. TO: Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS-4, Comptroller
vice for 3 years, 4 months at WAS Cecil Field, and for the past Disease accidentsand
,
I 5 .years, 4 months, has been employed at HAS Jacksonville. neglect cost Dept.ORDON Cecil J. FROM: Clerk .GS-2; Public Works Dept.

t DICK VAN DYKE TO: Warehouseman Supply Dept.
the sight of more FROM Warehouseman, TO
NationalSightSwing' HIERS, Ernest : Supply Dept. :
-- than 30,000 Americans Airframes Worker, Overhaul & Repair Dept.
McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
\j each year. ChairmanTake HILL, Charles B. FROM: Warehouseman, Supply Dept. TO:
care of your Airframes Worker, Overhaul & Repair Dept.
E IRWIN, Charles C. FROM: Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS-4,
AGENCY. INC. eyes. They must Comptroller Dept. TO: Management Analyst, GS-5, Supply Dept.
last for a lifetime.For SANTANA, Helen R. FROM: Clerk Typist, GS-3, Supply DEPT.
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS

MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS your tree copy of SANTANA, Helen R. FROM: Clerk Typist, GS-3, Supply Dept.
ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING' RECORDS "SIGHT FOR A LIFETIME"write TO: Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS-4 Comptroller Dept.
SAFE DRIVER\ DISCOUNTS\ SR 22's FILED : SYLVIS, Norman J. FROM: Stockman, Supply Dept. TO: Pro-
Naval Air Station Office Naval Station<<; om e' Florida Society for the duction Dispatcher Overhaul & Repair Dept.
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Majport Road Prevention of Blindness, Inc. TEETS, Elsie W. FROM: Accounting Techanician, GS-4, Com-
Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla. ptroller Dept. TO: Same, GS-5.
Phone 388-7676 Phone 249-5649 L 3001 Granada Street ZINGARO, Angelo D. FROM: Warehouseman, Supply Dept.
Tampa, Florida 33609 TO: Production Dispatcher, Overhaul & Repair Dept.


I Suggestions


BE READY FOR WOW Vital 10

.:.
I ReductionsIncentive


..

t. awards for cost cutting

employee suggestions and
s other special efforts which yield
important economics have been
R
made an integral part of the Cost
Reduction Program now being
a / I. conducted throughout the Depart
ment of Defense.
The DOD Cost Reduction Pro-
gram has 3 broad objectivesl:( )
to buy only what is needed; ((2)) to
buy at the lowest sound price:and
1. ((3)) to reduce operating costs.
MONEY IN 1 1DA Complete success of the Cost

Reduction Program, said Assistant -
Secretaryof Defense,ThomasD.
$25 to $600 Morris, requires all em
jr ployees to take every action that
.
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE will contribute to cost reductions.He
Cash for any purPose. Just phone and ,tell us 1 urged the use of cash awards

how much you want. Pick up the cash at your for cost reduction.' accomplishment suggestions-
and special acts or
convenience. Same-day service. awards for special efforts

which result in important econ
24 REPAYMENT PLAN
MONTH
If you can sell her on this,you can sell her on anything. omies. expectedto .
Yo Get' Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. Defense agencies are
fully utilize the promotional
COMPLETE
SALES &
SERVICEAT chan-
$84.33: s 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00 YOURAUTHORIZED facilities nels and communications devices
recognition
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00( VW DEALERWESTSIDE under the Incentive Awards Pro
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 gram to actively encourage cost
286.73 17.00 600.00 3".39DIALi reduction suggestions, publicize
"WPJ 1RJ cost-cutting achievements of em-

payments include interest. ployees and otherwise promotethe
AT objectives of the Cost Re-
duction Program.

VOLKSWAGEN, INC.

."' 241 West Forsyth St. Dial"356-0735 '1150 SO. LANE AVE. I Waste LineTo
\ : Boulevard Dial 359-2895 3843441OPEN
t 52,56. Beach. I
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EVENINGS cut costs, watch your
CLOSED SUNDAY line. Suggest better and more.
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I Patron Seven Crew DepartsFor CF Sailor Re-ups r1t'


ASW School in IrelandCrew On Third Tour

'
With olllcatters'BUly
11 of Patrol Squadron navies with respect to advanced
Seven left last week to attend anti-submarine tactics and
the Joint Squadron Course con- doctrine. Course quotas offeredto E. Potts, AMH-2 has k
ducted by the Royal Navy and the U.S. Navy vary in number probably as much time in
Air Force at the Joint Anti- with each course and are dependent Fighter Squadron Thirty-One as
Submarine School, H.M.S. Sea upon the number requiredfor any other white hat in the Navy.
Eagle, at Londonderry, North British
military service. Potts re-enlisted for the second -
Ireland. The Joint Squadron Course time last month andit
The Admiralty extends invita- (JSC), which usually convenes makes the third tour he has s
tions annually to the U.S. Navyto five times annually, is a three- had in the squadron in 10 years. r
participate in the course for week course and is intended for Both times Potts shipped over
the purpose of promoting greater personnel assigned to long range he did it in the "Tomcatter"
understanding between the two maritime reconnanissance air- squadron.He .
craft units.
,.... _.
1 t 11"J.j. -U.r5"!: '" *<:<""sf>:jr ss2: D
came to VF-31, at the
time based at .Cecil Field, in
1955 after boot camp. He stay-
ed with the squadron until 1958 ;
when he re-enlisted for the QE *
first time and stayed on with E ieM
the "Tomcatters".

Before his second hitch was # -
over he got orders to shore
AMA duty at NAS Meridian. By some
fate of Navy life, Potts went DURING A'SMALL ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Senior/ Bachelor

[-k-- __ back returned to VF-31 it for seaduty.time Whenhe Officer Quarters, HAS Jax, Captain Harry B. 'Stott, Commander
up for the second was tour. to re- Fleet Air Wing/ Eleven, was presented the keys to FA W-ll's
new ready duty room by L. N. Duncan, BOQ manager. This marked
Potts, a native of Cashier, the official opening/ of the quarters that will be set aside for
N.C., is married and has four the daily use of FAWJ?J flight crews designated to be called/ upon -
-J children that are back in Cash- on short notice. These crews are ready at all times to takeoff
ier while father is
z .on seaduty of unscheduled/ .
with VF-31. on patrol in support operational commitments.The
suite is equipped with an air conditioner and refrigerator, If'
As far as Potts knows there providing the men'with all ,the comforts of home.!
THE OFFICERS' AND MEN of VP-7's Crew 11 assemble with are no orders coming in but
their gear prior to take-off 'last week to Londonderry, Northern that's all right by him. He
Ireland.' The crew 'left for a three-week deployment to attend the thinks the "Tomcatters" are a- BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDSSHOPPING
bout the best there is in Navy
Joint Anti-Submarine School with British Navy and Air Force News.
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t by ANGUS THOMPSON, J03


L- Learning theories recently developed These steps are usually In the given before a programmedcourse frames. Nearer our time has come Food and water given as rein-
in psychology lab- form of one or more sentencesor is approved by the Chief Despite the "bugs" in The the tutorial method. This was forcers to lower animals can
I oratories mixed with educational several paragraphs( called of Naval Air Technical. Training Theory of Flight, however' the refined by the great English universities oi programmed instruction.
t principles dating back to the frames. They are designed to for publication and use in the Aviation Electrician's Mate team and adopted by many'' At the heart of any learning
glorious days of Greece, has lead a student [in the manner schools. has had its moments of triumph.It of our colleges in one form or program is the practice of what

resulted in a new teaching approach that a tutor does through self- The purpose of the initial try- has programmed for and submitted another.An create learning patterns among
for of instructorsat instruction from what is knownto out conducted by a programming Hand Tools approval and Ohio State University
a team psy-- them. With students, food, mon- ,
and for
: the Naval Air Technical Training the unknown or new and more team which usually involves Rates Ratings p publica chologist, Sidney L. Pressey ey, grades, gold stars, banners I
Center's' Aviation Elec- advanced knowledge and prin- f from three to six students who are tion. By January 1966 the team made public his pioneer studieson flags, head-of-the-line privil--
trician's' Mate and Aviation Ord-- ciples. unfamiliar with the subject plans to have introduced 12 pro- the first recognized teaching or merely the knowledgeof ALA
: grammed courses into the school. eges __ t __
is determine the machines
nance schools. Frames written in one or more matter, to Chief in 1926. Even though being "right" serves as rein-
said that
This revolutionary way of sentences lengths are known as amount of time needed to' cover considering Gregory the long hours even Involved Dr. Pressey had originally designed forcers. Programmed learningin BEFORE STARTING A wrommtJ lesson on "Worir, Pow,,
teaching, which is still in a pro- the linear technique. Using this the course. d and built his machines the training center's schools '
and
in and EnergyJoseph/ Segar ACC makes the students
: ject status and will be controlledby method, the student has to makea In the second or >group tryout} after writing rewritingthat for testing, he soon discoveredthat stresses tl this last type of: rein- sure un--
} the Chief of Naval Air Tech- decision or response by filling from 20-30 selected students a course is placedin they could also "teach." forcement. derstand how to take the lesson.
school it takes three '
______________ nical Training until 1 anuary 1966, in missing words or phrasesin participate. The group tryout months to pay for itself only in time Further research improve- Beside forming the students' _
is called Programmed Instruc- a blank or blanks at the end shows the programming team saved and better educated. ment in the devices almost learning behavior, reinforcementalso 7 ,
,
of the frame. which frames in the course are came to a halt because no way inspires them to alwaysbe '

tion.The Aviation Ordance school's After the student responds, faulty and need revising.The students.Even though members of both had been made for systematic aware that they are learn-
programming instruction team he moves to the next frame purpose of the last or that programming of material to be ing. Finally, [it t persuades themto
stated
underwent two weeks of intensive where he is told the correct field tryout}' is to validate the teams isn't' the programmed used in the machines. Also, know what they are learning.
instruction ultimate in
training during February of this answer for the last frame and course. In this tryout, Involving do feel the Depression and its effects Even though programming has
teaching, they that it
30-60 students from social conditions and education
on
at the Naval Air Technical is urged to make another re- made it possible to "teachmorein
Training year Center in Memphisand, sponse. Ideally, using the linear conventional classes, 90n of! the has numerous advantages. over presented an unfavorable atmosphere less time" it has caused
conventional
includes Aviation Ordnance Chief technique, the frames are students must achieve 90'%'of the teaching.For for a "revolution" in the some side aches that will be cured

Petty Officers Donald L. Cox, written so the student will always lesson objectives, as measuredby example classes, during the pro- nation's' schools. as more courses are pro- All offiers
grammed at the training (
However 1954
the the criterion test. by conditionsin
give correct answer. grammed.
Dale M. Floe, Richard Nelson, '
"Introduction center's schools there is the ideal
DALE M. FLOE, ACC, prepares course on to and The Pro- The branching or scramble Programmed courses [in basic our country and the world Chief Floe, a member of the
Army and Havy Bomb Fuzes" for use in the Aviation Ordnance/ gramming Joseph instruction Segar. officer is technique use frames written ina mathamatic, OHM's' Law, basic tutorial ratio of one teacherto had changed... Increased knowledge Aviation Ordnance programmingteam
student instead of the
schools. Lt. O. D. Jones. Gordon K. narrative style that varies from angles, and elements of physics- one teacher in the science of behavior- puts it this way: "Thereis
to 40-50 students
Totten serves as educational con- one to three paragraphs in length.. using a mixture of branchingand one found in the conventional classes. especially the analysis of learning the problem of what to do and men who
frames intro behavior and desire
linear were
sultant. The next frame of information a with students who complete a pro-
Also in the
CHIEF CAMPBELLS depends upon the student's' last duced into the Aviation Ordnance programmed for education on an unheard of grammed course in an hour when
"Programmed instruction.. is school in March of this year. classes, students work out pro- scale that strained every educational the school's schedule was set
"
Bland1ng Tenneco like a treasure hunt, Chief answer. blems the end of each frame.
: at
Several of the students in the resource, made
If his answers are always correct a up for them to complete it in
Segar said. "It's the kind of
classes, were "drops" who had Their interest in the lessonis different set of circumstances. ahead of the need
ERVICE STATION he through two. They get
as rapidly
''l hunt in which clues are so arranged r moves
always high because they
the minimum number of framesin failed the school and were awaiting In this environment, Harvard other students. That's one of money
BLANDING OFFERS that each hunter will find
lU3rd'and
are immediately able to confirm "
the lesson. However, when he re-assignment. The psychologists, B. K. Skinner and the problems.
GAS FOR LESSTo his reward. selects the wrong answer, he results were encouraging and the correctness of their answerin 1 James G. Holland, developed There is also the task of proving .
showed the next frame. In contrast, auto-instructional methods that
is guided to the frame or frames immediately programmed programmed Instruction's :
Military Personnel and Government.,. ,,' EmployeesAtOurTruck Chief Segar further describesthe that correct and increase his instruction's superiority over students in the conventional have served as the foundationfor merits to the conventional instructors -
Island. new teaching method as a understanding of that section of conventional teaching. classes in addition to read- the present work in the field Chief Segar stated. report
way of arranging material to be the lesson. Chief Cox said, "We are con- ing long explanations and numer- Dr. Skinner calls "reinforcement. He said that members of the

PHONE 771-9811 learned into small easy-to- Three tests or tryouts)' are, winced', and the students were ous examples before tackling the ." In essence, it is the programming teams had to have '
take,steps. convinced,, that they would have problems must wait several acknowledgement or reward of "hide"' thick enough to bear the "'
Regular" 94% Pctane: 28.9
days to see the results of their
completed the school if their some kind to show that an organism -- }subtle' taunts from conventional toCIJ.
Premium 100%':Octane 30.9 9 courses had been programmedfrom ,work. ', ,,' has responded. correct instructors and the severe criticism .
I Also Tune-ups .Delco Batteries the beginning.' However, the most Important ly. from each other.
aspect of programmed instruction -
The Aviation Electrician'sMate
.Lubrication, Firestone Tires ..
is the trend to level
Class"A" school
Wash & Wax Quaker State Oil :' ______ 1 first programmed presentedits course, the difference in learning abilities : I 1

I Brakework General Auto Repair The Theory of Flight, in initial among the students. Even S SI
small of though all the students exposedto
students
tryout to a group -
lOAD SERVICE 0700 2400 in Septmeber 1964.It the program show progress, '1
took the team which con- the greatest advancement is ::0.

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4: : ___ __ Chief Petty Officers Andrew portion Chief Nelson of 'the class, a member distribution.of the I ___________________________________________________________
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That's not an order just good advice.. At (C.I.T. we're
t Charles M. Kelley Marine Mas- Aviation Ordnance team,credit.. ,
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\ : and educational consultant Henry students to the fact that they ___ ________ Need a loan to pay bills? To travel? Money to meet
work at their own speed. -g
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'" it t', 300 hours to complete, approximately the first Looking back -in history, one -- ______ personal problems or emergencies? You can find a (C.I.T..

t'. & ::' "r ''l", ., writing of the course. of theearliestprogrammers, and ________ office just about anywhere you happen to be.'We've' got .

& \ "< .< Orginally the linear techniquewas one who allowed his students over 400 C C.I.T.I T offices from (coast to (coast For your .5
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'L <)')r ''''fj( course. However programming, because of Greek philospher Socrates. He ________ (convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone. S

"'1 '. ''t'':1.i'' the complexity of the 'material, developed a program for geometry ________ But we'd' rather see you in person. We make more friends

:''\\1\I*\:> ] y_, the instructors had to begin the, which wasrecordedby MENO. Platoin ________ that way. :I
dialogue,
rewriting the course, using a
A. E. PETIT/ AA, receives/ expert help from Joseph Segar, mixture of linear and branching Socrates led his followers.

ACC, on lesson on "Worfc, Power and Energy.." In this tutorial frames. Already they have expended knowledge by guiding them alonga

wc&z& situation, Chief Segar explains the frame: that the student does over 1,000, hours length- trail conversationally from fact
cL 1 not understand. ening and correcting faulty to fact and insight to insight.

THERE'S A HEAP OF LEARNING IN THOSE PROGRAMS, .

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rl iOWC Has 'Hall and Farewell' Party Women's Side .1



I Honoring Mrs. Robert Go'dthwaiteMrs. Of the Story .

Robert Goldthwalts was hostess. The tables were decorated rated the program and' Mrs.' RJ.
honored by the Jacksonville with ships and anchors Kurth played the piano. ConouohtonSomething
Officers' Wives Club at a Hail done by VP-7 wives and place After the program, Mrs. G.K.
and Farewell luncheon Wednes- cards were furnished by VP- Clark club president,presentedMrs.
day, Sept. 8 at the NAS Jax 30. Goldthwaite a crystal bowl out of NothingMEAT
Officers Club. FAW-n presented the program with a silver base.
Mrs. Goldthwaite is the wife "Say It With Music," a The "Recipes on Parade-Des
of Rear Admiral Goldthwaite,who song parody of the Goidthw aites' serts" Cookbook was sold before IN BEER
PATTIES
Mince Fine 1 clove
and after the luncheon. The"All : garlic,
is retiring in late September after life in the Navy.VP5 .
42 years of active Naval service. and VP-30 wives sang About" folders were made avail- NOODLES FLORENCE 1/2 green pepper 1 onion, 1
Mrs. H. B. Stott was senior the lyrics written by Mrs. DJ. able so that the wives might MIXED SALAD tablespoon parsley, *add to
hostess at the luncheon with Mrs. Westerman and' Mrs. W.C. Scar- select any of the Fall courses APPLE PIE noodles. Combine and add: 1
offered in the J Jacksonville area. cup sour cream, 1 tablespoon
J.R. Trautmann acting as co- brough. Mrs. Scarbrough oarI -
can
woman
Something every Worcestershire sauce 1 tea-
Always use a simple but spoon horseradish dash of tabasco -
I Navy Wives unusual recipe for entertaining 1/2 teaspoon each of dry
: guests. This one combines mustard and salt. Pour into
economical ingredients all of casserole. Bake 40 minutesin
Club #86 the recognized, typically American 325 degree oven. Serve hot
foods in a satisfying and with grated Parmesan cheese
Has Meeting fresh manner which is sure to be and additional sour cream. A
4 a hit, even with a gourmet. crisp tossed salad with hot
The meat patties are brownedand croutons on top. The apple
< then simmered in beer. pie should be prepared ahead
Club #86 held a meeting last Noodles recipe for 6: Cook and then reheated before
Wednesday evening at their club one 8-ounce package of fine serving. The noddle casserolecan
9 t house at NAS Jax. noodles in boiling salt water be prepared in the morn-
After the ceremonies
opening for ten minutes. Drain and rinse ing then put into the oven
', guests were introduced and' members with cold water. Drain again. and served when desired.
.p welcomed Mrs. Edna Mere-
+P F Sat field who has recently trans-

y ferred, Maryland.from NWC ##101, PaxRiver Notes of Interest I

Among new members initiated
'j into the club were Mrs. J.Booth, NAS JACKSONVILLENARTU Claude Navarrette / as Com-
v Mrs. D. Howell, and Mrs. Paul Monday Evening a manding Officer cf VFP-62.
St. Andre. The ladies were Mrs.{ A.S. Wilhite wore a beautiful -
formal dinner party was given
presented corsages to welcome cream colored silk suit with
for Capt. and Mrs. Robert F.
them to NWC #86. Browing. At the officers club black accessories. Diane Wil-
The important business of the the event was a farewell retirement hite, 8 years old, wore a blue
MRS. ROBERT GOLDTHWAITE/ wife/ of RAdm. Goldthwaite/ / evening was the membership vote party for the Execu- plaid dress and white kid gloves.
Commander Fleet/ Air Jacksonville,' holds the gift that was pre on candidates they will support tive officer and his wife. Mrs. VF-11 Mrs. William Mumma
sented to her at a "ForeweLuncheon// hosted by the Jacksonville In the coming election of National Browing chose a lovely white and daughters Linda and Susie
Officers Wives/ Club. Mrs. G. K. Clark, President of the Officers. Delegates were# also short formal for the evening. returned this week from a three
elected to represent Jax 86 at and month vacation in Europe. Whilein
club Special guests were Capt.
the .
presented gUt.I the National Convention sche- the Mediterranean Cdr. Mum-
A farewell was
duled take Mrs. Elliot. ma relieved Cdr. Stewart
to place in JAcksop- Rod Neu- as the
Cdr.
Wile from October 10-16. Branch also extended to the Commanding Officer of the Red
86 will act as hostess of the man. Welcomed as Cdr.new Rippers'VF -11)).

N ILLE TRAILER MART' Thomas convention Bennett this year serving with Mrs.as John executive H. Bell.officer Lcdr.was(Ret.) & the Capt.Staff Robert of the Coulthard Joint Strategic now on

National Convention Chairman, Mrs. E.G. Huber were also Targeting Command at Offut Air
and Mrs. Wilbert Wagner as present at the festivities. All Force Base was here to attend
MGbUe Home'S Co-Chairman, and Treasurer.The (larrangements for the party the VFP-62 Change of Command.
following delegates will 'were by Lcdr. A.E. Capt. Robert Caudrey USAF
represent 'the local club: Mrs. Henke. also was here for the Change
William Brown, Mrs. James CPO WIVES WILL HOLD A of Command. He is stationedat
Bradstreet, Mrs LarryBurgess, BUSINESS MEETING SEPTEM- Shaw Air Force Base South
Mrs. Stanley Cottrill, Mrs. BER 13TH AT 8 P.M. THIS Carolina after a year with the
Robert Elllng, Mrs. John Lee, 'WILL BE AN ELECTION Navy in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Jerry .Marshall, Mrs. Jay MEETING HELD IN, BUILDING
Perry, and.Mrs.Charles Yeager. 593. ALL MEMBERS ARE
Serving as alternates will be Mrs. URGED TO ATTEND SINCE,THIS TEEN TOPICS/
Theodore Glassmire and Mrs. IS ELECTIONS.
Larry Stewart. Ricky Savage, son of,Cdr. &
WAS CECIL FIELD Mrs. Richard A. ,Savage, lefty
September 7 for Columbian Pre-
VFP-62 Mr.&Mrs.E.W.Booth paratory School in Washington,
Navy Relief To of Boca Raton, Florida are visit- D.C. Ricky graduated this past
ing their daughter and son-in- June as a top student from Forest
Have Training law in their lovely Hyde Grove High. He will take a general-
Acre home. Mr. & Mrs. Booth course at Columbian inprepara-
Course In Sepf were here to attend the Changeof tion for his appointment to the
Command ceremonies Fri- Naval Academy. In the sports
day September 3. At that time and relaxation field Ricky has
The Navy Relief Society will Cdr. A.S. Wilhite releived Cdr.A become an "avid golfer"
give a short training course for
LOWEST. volunteer workers at NAS Jax
this month. light coat of white paste The First Square Dance of the
FAMOUS MANUFACTURES! The course covers such topicsas wax will keep new furniture from fall season will be held Friday,
PRICES 10 and 12 FOOT WIDE MODELS the volunteer history and becoming weathered pitted and Sept. 17th, at the Lutheran Ser-
BIG-BIG SELECTION! organization of the society, Au- dull looking when exposed to the vice Center 19 West Forsyth
xiliary and' Branches, Navy Relief elements. After waxing the Street. The dance is held
assistance, problems and metal buff it vigorously. especially for military per-
Jacksonville Trailer Mart is one of Jacksonville's oldest supervision in case work. Metal furniture that is already sonnel. There is no chargeand
and largest mobile home The first class will be held weather-beaten and dirty shouldbe free refreshments will be
dealers-buy with confidence!
Spe-
Tuesday September 28, with first cleaned with very fine served. So dash on down and
cial
military financing with low down
payments. the second date set for Friday steel wool, then waxed and buff swing that pretty girl round an
October 1. Times for both classes ed. around.
WHY RENT ?? will be from 9-12, in Bids.;
501 of the NATTC area. Free
IF YOU'RE TRANSFERREDTAKE nursery care will be providedfor t eAN YOU ,
these who need it. -nwg.
YOUR MOBILE .
HOME WITH/ YOU!
Mrs. Robert Cales TAKE YOUR
J. Chairman CAR I
of Volunteers, urges all of- rWITH YOU?
ficers' wives interested in this I For Financing And Insurance ChPuaVeaak

JACKSONVILLE rI useful course to contact her at Stateside And Overseas. Call SEE
Ext. 8645 or call the Navy Relief DYER M. BURR PAGE 16 AND
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MoviesMovies Club Schedules (



will be shown regularly "0" CLUB Music this Fri- Rhythm King, as will Sunday's.

at 7 p.m., Monday through day night will be provided by Game night is Wednesday. _
Saturdy NATTC will have two Charlie Jay with Johnny Jelinekon USO NOTES, 318 N. Ocean
feature times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Saturday. Monday is*Steak Street-Special events this weekat Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing; Company, h
on Saturdays and Sundays. The Cook-out night on the Patio For the USO include a Juke Box 4724 Clyde'Drive, Jacksor'/ille, Florida 32208, to arrive not I
hospital will have one featureon the gourmet, Tuesday's foreign Hop on Friday, and a Co-Ed 1W..!" than Tuesday for publication me following Thursday I
dish
is
Sunday at 7 p.m. French. During the Nite on Saturday. Vespers this Aa* arrivingtoo late for this deadline-will be published the.'
All evening movies at Cecil featured summer, a Patio Band'will be Sunday will be at South Jack- f owing wetfk unless the publishertrinstructed otherwise.

Field begin at 7 p.m. These CLUB every Wednesday.CPO sonville Pre bvrerfan. A"check or money order forth. full cost of the ad must.be r
this CECIL
Dancing
are subject to change. FIELD BEACON CLUB:
times
received WITH the copy for the ad. I
Friday night at the'Chief dub, Tonight is game night, Bingo will '
'Thursday, 'September 9 DO NOT SEND CASH ;
Bldg. 593, will be to the John be played starting at 8 '
p.m. RATE Minimum charge ((3 lino-$2.00)
Arnold 4", and on Saturdayto SPECIAL, Half Chicken :
NAS Notorious LandladyKim the dinner Per additional line ((4 words line} . .0.50
Novak, Jack Lemon Vern Henderson Trio. for $.50 from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. p.r .i .
Evening dinner service may be Friday, dance ,(
NATTC Blue Denim Brandon night, music by
deWilde, Carol Lynley opened by MidSeptember.ACEY March Wilson and the Redcoats. - ......
Hospital Never Put It In Writ- DUCEY CLUBDancingthis Saturday, dance to the musicof I I
Ing Pat Boone, Mile O'SheaC. Friday night will be to free Dimemsions,Sundaydance HOUSE FOR SALE Onega Hills HOMES SALE RENT :
Field Woman of Straw juke box music. Saturday's band night, music by Phil Cay and 7241 Pineville Dr. 3 BR, den Some dn
no Many $0 $100
Sean Connery, Gina Lollabri- will be March Wilson and the the Chantels. Monday, two for 1 1/2 B. Newly refinished,
dn. No New
gida Redcoats, with the Mark Castle one night, two Pizzas or two $200 dwn, $86.55 mo., I closing costs.
Friday, 'September 10 Combo on Sunday. Game nightis Cocktails for the price of one, closing cost. 387.2428 after homes, AU theX-TRAS, Family
every Sunday and Tuesday. Wednesday is "Happy Hour" 4:30 Rm, Fenced yd., built-in R/0
NAS Devil ot Darkness Will- BLUEJACKETS INN Carl from 5 p.m. till 6 p.m.. The You name it. TIMMERMANRLTY
iam Sylvester, Carole Gray Boyd and Rhythm Kings will provide Club is available for private JEAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE -- BRKR 771-2792 and
NATTC Notorious Landlady the dancing music this parties Monday, Tuesday, Wed- Venetia, 384-3055, trans, ballet, 771-186L
Kim Novic. Jack Lemmon Thursday with Phil Cay and nesday and Saturday nights whenno toe, tap & hula
Hospital Blue Denim-Brandon Chantels on Friday. Saturday's bands are scheduled. ,
deWilde, Carol LynleyC. band will be Carl Bovd and theII -
Field King of the Wild HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT, FURN APTS--2&3BRnewmod,
Stallions George Mont- your choice. Select 2,3,4 bed- furn 2653 Dellwood Ave, River- I
gomery Diane Brewster rooms. $100. down no closing side $65. mo. callEV7-3393 1

Saturday, September 11 WOW costs. Fast move-in. DUKE _

NAS Crack in the World Is Coming LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374 FOR SALE 3 BR home, close )

Dana Andrews, J arc tre Scott to NAS $100 down, $50 month
NATTC Devil of Darkness Call Art Powell USN RET, 264-
William Sylvester, Carole :?2 H BEAUTIFUL RENTAL 3BR 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
Gray family room with'fireplace, 2B.

Hospital Notorious Landlady HONDA cent heat &. air Convient to' ,
Kim Novak, Jack LemmonC. bases. $185. mo. Contact Cmdr. i'
Field Never Put It In Writ- BilIs Art Powell, USN Ret. POWELL 2-SEW1NG MACHINES-2
ing Pat Boone, Milo O'Shea MOTORCYCLES REALTY BKR. 264-6144. We have TWO 1965 DIAL-O- .
DRIVE-IN I MATIC, zig that have (
TWO FURN APTS FOR RENT zags never
Sunday, September 12 ALL MODELS been used. They were LAYAWAYS
NOW' OPEN 24 HRSWe Hiway 17 Orange Park, next to
NAS Ski Party Frankie A- NOTHING DOWN Inlet Marina at. foot of bridge. never picked cus-
valon, Deborah Walley I tomers left area We are unable -
NATTC Crack in the World Give Merchants: Green Stamps BAR B-Q Phone 264.9898PRIVATE to locate them. >uu can have I
Dana Andrews, Janette Scott OPENS A.M. -8 P.M.. I these machines' for the balanceof
at its best TRAILER LOT Torrent $47.
Hospital Devil of Darkness each, cash or terms. ,
William Sylvester, Carole MON.- FRI. Also FULL MENU fully equipped, comb st/room Phone 353-1946 anytime, will deliver I
GrayC. 8A.M.6P.M.. SAT. & utility rm, 6338 Woodman Dr. no obligations. Will take
Field Blue Denim Bran- 1 PM.5 P.M. SUN NOW UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT 771-5745 older machine as trade A-l Sew- j

don deWilde, Carol Lynley' MOTORS & CYCLES ing Machine Company.FOR .
FOR SALE: CREDIT UNION RE-
Monday, 'September 13 4949 Blanding Blvd.VERN & DEBBIEowner POSSESSIONS. RENT UNFURN Lake Shore- I
& operator 1960 Olds, 4 dr., hardtop all Murray Hill 1307 Stimson St.
NAS Straight Jacket Joan PH 771-8244 6035 ROOSEVELT BLVD.DON'T power. Ready to go $750.00 unusual rental opport. near Ul-:
Crawford, Diane Baker 1964 Chevrolet 1/2 ton,pick-up mer 3BR, 2B, scr prchs, kit I
NATTC Ski Party Frankie R&H, clean $1495.00 eq, C/H, A/C V. blinds, fncd
Avalon, Deborah Walley 1963 M G Midget Roadster$795.00 yd, conv x-wayNASschools I
Hospital Crack in the World OUR 10 POINTSAFETYCHECK
8' x 25' American Mobile Home cntrs, $125. mo. 388-2844, nites
Dana Andrews, Janette ScottC. : sleeps 4 $595.00 389-8507
Field Notorious Landlady I
Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon MISS GIVE YOUR CHILD THE BEST. FOR RENT nice 2BR Trailer, "

Tuesday, 'September 14 See World Book and Child Craft. w/washer, close to Cecil. $55 i
Phone 771-1408 .mo. .water & garb incl. 1009 I
NAS Girl Happy Elvis Pre- Blair Rd.. 781-3170 or 384-4063 \

sley, Shelly Fabares HORN TIRES FOR SALE: Maple furniture, I
NATTC Straight Jacket Jean electric sewing machinebamboo FAIRFAX MANOR furn cottage.
Crawford, Diane Baker BRAKES STEERING drapes and trailer steps, misc. newly pntd. adults, util Inc, conv :
Hospital Ski Party Frankie NAS $55 EV7-5789
EXHAUST SYSTEM GLASS call morn. EV4-3267 mo I
Avalon, Deborah Walley y \
C. Field Devil of Darkness WINDSHIELD WIPERS REARVIEW MIRRORS i

William Sylvester, Carol Gray FRONT LIGHTS REAR LIGHTS 1\

Wednesday, ''September 15 TURN SIGNALS a STOP, TURN SIGNALS

NAS Soldier in the Rain WOW Is I
Queen Jackie Gleason, Steve Mc- NORTH FLORIDA MOTORS Coming

NATTC Girl Happy Elvis 2 605 Riverside Ave., 356-4212 t

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shining buttons the sharpy creased
trousers and'the legendary
pride reflect the heritacepf per-
JAX MARINES fection which today's seagoing

Marine" has received from his.

GySgt. Joel Ferguson predecessors.The .
envy of his fellow Marines,
EXT.:"400( today's seagoing Marine is t /selected

for training at ::0f\e.9f' theCorp's

initiative, motivationand sea schools--one in,Nor-
SELECTIONSCongratulations exceptional
:
a sincere desire to learn. folk for Atlantic-bound Marines,
I and one in San Diego where Marines -
to seven Aviation A copy of the meritorious mast'
Detachment .Marines who commendation will be entered in who will serve on ,ships in
were selected for promotion to Pfc. Hallman's records at Head- the Pacific are trained.He .
Master Sergeant, one of the MarIne quarters Marine Corps. is steeped in the lore of
d a'rJ Corp's top enlisted pay grades his predecessors--one of ,whom
Vyp (E-6)). Selected by a promotion BOOTS won the Marine Corps,first Medal -
board which announced its results of Honor, the first of-37 to be
won by seagoing Mrines.
last Friday were: "
J..;;;: U.S.Marinesin Early seagoing Marines were
i WHAT'S' NEW??. ., .En//ife/ perionnetaring/ at the HAS Main. Lamar E. Barfield Guerrilla the Republic fighting of Vietnam are used in a dual 'role as'ship's

tide/ / Galley/ foincoof last Friday when they/ found/ shining new Dean A. Hopkins now being shod with the recent- landing parties and shipboard
plates/ had replaced the metal trays. HAS Jax is one of the.last Wesley D. Martin ly adopted tropical combat boot. enforcers of discipline. In time
Blair N. Phares the Marines were used to man theship's
commands to put the/ new "plate system" Into effect. The pur. James V. Boyd Headquarter Marine Corps off- guns--a role which has
pose of this $35,000 proTect/ Is to provide a more home-type atmosphere Earl A. Johnson icials announced that the "jungleboots" continued through the World Wars
and to build better morale the enlisted were air-shipped toViet-
among person. Paul E. Nutter and the Korean Conflict.
nel./ Cecil Field/ /Is slated/ to swap 'trays for plates' in the near nam in July and August. Initial Internal security aboard the
quantities of the new boot
future.
larger and infinitely more complex
JUDGE be Marines the
will issued to in
ships of the modern era
Southeast Asian country immed
a significant additionto
represents
Cpl. Dick Palmer of the MAD iately. Supplementary issues of the modern mission of the
I Personnel Office recently took 'the boot may be made as the
seagoing Marines. The old miss
CENTRAL MOTORSTHE part in the second annual All Marines stockpile the item. ions--gun crews and landing

Florida Karate Tournament heldat parties"continue to be reflected.Old .
Tampa Fla. on Aug. 15. Cpl. The new Army-developed boot traditions--the spit and pol
SERVICEMAN'S DEALER I Palmer was assistant judge along was adopted in mid-spring this ish--continue to be expected of
with three other Karate Black year following tests at the Mar- the

THE BEST USED CAR BUYS IN JAX Belts from the state of Florida. ine Corps Landing Force Devel- The troops.Marine detachments abo-
opment Center Ouantico Vir ard the Guided Missile Cruiser
MAKE US PROVE IT! The Chief Judges were Japanese ginia. The new jungle boot was USS LITTLE ROCK, and the Air-,
Instructor s Mr. Teruyuki found to ,be more adapted for craft Carrier USS SHANGRILA -
ALL TYPES OF FINANCING AVAILABLE Okazaki and Mr. Takayuki Mik- use in tropical climates than the both of the Atlantic Fleet,
ami. Cpl. Palmer, who part- present all-weather boot. are perhaps typical of seagoing
LOOK AT THE REST..BUT icipated in a self-defense demon- The tropical combat boot features detachments.
stration with four other Karate a deep-cleated direct mo- In the LITTLE ROCKMarines
BUY ONLY FROM THE BEST Black Belts at the tournament lded composition sole; a com- find time amid shipboard duties
will be a full-time instructorfor bination of nylon duck webbingand both for the basic training fam-
CENTRAL MOTORSClean the Florida Karate Associa- silicone-treated leather
iliar to all Marines, and to turn
tion at Lakeland, Fla., upon being quarters; and a removable spike out sharply for the frequent honor
Used Cars .Call 771-4545 or 771-0297 released from the Marine resistant insole made from sev- guards which the ship requires.

.4857 BUNDING BLVD. (NEXT TO PUTT-PUTT) "Corps next year. eral layers of Saran screen fab- on port calls. The Marine detachment -
cemented
ric to a plastic cover- has acted as honor
UAWTWl ed stainless steel sheet; guards which the ship requireson
REDUCEDEffective The nine-inch high boot also
port calls. The Marine detachment -
features screened drain holes to has acted as honor
last Wednesday, recruit let out water and provide pro-
for ambassa-
guard
presidents,
Z? C: $ training at the Marine Corps tection against the entry of lee- dors, governors mayorsand fora
Recruit Training Depots at Pare ches, Insects and the like. myriad of visiting admirals and
ris Island South Carolina and
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generals the mile
along 120,000
BY BELLA HOME BUILDERS INC. San Diego California will ba
route the LITTLE ROCK has
eight weeks instead of twelve.. SEAGOING'Down
traveled in the past two years.
Similar eight week training The detachment has in addition
programs were utilized during to the sea in ships.." provided demonstration troops
world War II and the Korean Since 1775'whenCongress: and briefing teams when requiredto
conflict. ed that two battalions of Marinesbe explain a point of Marine Corps
raised to consist of men tactics for visiting foreign off.
who are able to serve to advant- icers; American midshipmen or
MASTA age on land as well as sea U.S. Marine Basic School Officers.In .
Marines have constantly stood the SHANGRI-LA, the detachment -
before the mast on our nation's performs the same duties -
rt
t r Meritorious Mast was a- menofwar.The as their counterparts in the
warded to Pfc. Douglas N. Hall- ships have changed a good LITTLE ROCK expanded propor-
man recently for finishing firstin deal and in some particularsthe tionately because of thesHANG-
a class of twentyone stud- Marines have too. Theyno RI-LA's additional size. That
ents of the Aviation Ordnance longer wear leather collars same increased size, however,
School Class "A". The mast nor are their coats field green. offers increased space for J physical : -
cited Pfc. Hillnun displaying Bit the highly polished shoe, them drill and for other Marine

training, some of which would
I still be familiar to the seagoing

-i Marine of bygone eras. Amongthe

seagoing Marines the familiar
tradition still abounds the cap-

D K BR4 B L BR2II tain's messenger is still the
sharpest Marine on board. As

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fr I means the sharpest man onboard.
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I HOME BUILDERS: IISTC: Bowling Team exhibit runner-up trophies they won recently for ...
the NATTC Spring League Aft.gMIRROR..MIRROR.
( competition. Team members are, from
left, U9tnEarln' Drake; MSgt. Arthur A.
You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience // and Thompson; GySgt. Arnolel
I, 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. :21)) GySgt. Alfred W. Ripley. 'SSgt. Tommie L. .;.
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'a Till Winning golf tournaments Is Tour of those she has won..But
)1- nothing new to Estelle St. Clair what she considers her biggest'
of The Master-at-Arms in the feat and what she is shooting
In Final! Round ,Waves Barracks at Jax started for this week is the Women's
0'r- golfing 15 years ago and has Inter-Service championship. She I
Perhaps the best news from been in the winning habit wnn this title In Hawaii in 1953. ,
- the AU-Navy Golf Tournament ,ever since. ,She has had a hole-in-one and +i.
:rI I- which ended here last week was Miss St. Clair has been in played with the pros in ex-. I
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ear final 18 holes of play St. Clair .
fired a disappointing 95 and found W
.es. herself tied for the lead with r OPEN M&MDAY-SA URDAY 8:30 A-tPM '
- Betsy Peeny of Com.ll. St. OL WORTH' 'OFF'0''
THIS COUPON 'SOC'
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1Jr death play-off to take her crown. I g ON A CAR.WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED.g

'xl LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER
The All-Navy Open Division ,
leis winner, Dave Bollman, turned ___ ___ EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR 'DAY
what appeared to be defeat into _
3. sweat victory by carding a 71 _
[1, in the final round. The sub- yt/ M AUTO WAX APPilED I

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win over previous leader Stew _
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We ;
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Miller, who had had to scram-
'- ble, through the district and regional TEEING OFF for the /Int.-Serv/c. Tournament this week ore; AT
itI. for a berth In the playoffs (left) Navy Sen/ors/ Winner, Cme/r. Ed Peck, Women's winner/ '
finished fourth in the All- Esfe/e'Sf./ Clair, and Open winner Dave Bollman.In WESTSIDE .VOLKSWAGEN; :"

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and the div'Johnson 1964 VW Convertible, like . '
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g the Sixth Naval District title by seven strokes over ision. 196Z VH ,Convertible, clean . . .$1295
r crown, finished In seventh witha Captain Tex Ireland of Com Bobby 14. .). J.. .J.;. 1965 Karmann Ghia Convertible, Executive Car, '
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I Versatile off.DutySports_.- Program Offered AI Cecil FieldAn I


age old adage so often are charged for some'' items.
heard by sailors at Cecil Field is, Most geat.may be checkedout
"there's nothing to do' with, ,on weekly bases. The
my off-dUty( time"., One division gear locker is s ,open Monday,
aboard this Master Jet' through Friday from 7:30 a.m.
Base that has the, answer to 3:45 p.m.
for men with this problem is The new gymnasium,Bldg.498,
Special Services. houses an exercise room,a handball
F: rthe sports-minded the ,court, a basketball court
intramural program needs,Uttle'( and personal lockers. A gear
explanation. But there are some locker is centrally located in
less known Special Services the build ing with equipment avail
activities that have to do with able for checkout to' be used in
hobbies or individual interests the above activities.
you might not be aware of., ATHLETIC DIRECTOR The
Many Cecil Fielders do not athletic director, Mr. 'Tom Mc-
,even'.koow where the .Spepjal' Griff, is located,.'(n,,'Bldg. 498
Services'building'is located.', "' 'and manages the station's
Cecil Field's Special Services sports programs. Mr. Me-
is located in Bldg. 4, behind Griff is available during
the dental building. Facilities working hours for informationand
in the building includea advice about all types of

gear locker, woodworking] ,sports and ,recreational facilities
shop, and a ticket office where both on and off base.
tickets to local shows and sporting HOBBY SHOPS The automobile -
events are sold at ,a discount -' hobby shop, located beside -
from 7:30 a.m. to, 3:30 the station firehouse,is open
from 9:00 a.m. tp 9:00 p.m.
p.m.The athletic 'gear locker in every day. The garage has a
Bldg. 4 Is'' the, keeping place for grease rack and two car-wash If you are a lover/ of the outdoors, Special/ Services/ at Cecil Field offers campers, boats and mo-
equipment of kinds, including stalls, and tools are available for tors. These can be checked out at Blda. 4 for a small rental' charge. The campers come fully
complete outfits for fishing orcamping check out by the auto hobbists. equipped with all the necessary utensils for camping.
trips. Small_rentalfees The ceramics shop in Bldg. 4

is open from 12 noon to 8:00: The station! has an eight lane mitted aboard station, but
p.m. Tuesday through Friday, bowling alley with automatic all state and local game regu-
and from 900am.: to 5:00p.m. pinsetters, located in the Navy lations must be observed. Station -
THERE IS, A Saturday. The shop has three Exchange building. The lanes hunting and fishing permitsare
kilns and over 400 different ceramics are open from 11:00 a.m. to available .at the Security
molds. Instruction is 11:00 p.m.Monday through Satur- office. Cecil Field hunters and
PIC provided by a professional ce day and from'12:30 to 11:00: p.m. anglers must have state
t ramist. on Sunday. licenses as will. The licensesare
N'SAYE The woodworking shop, also Normally six to eight leagues on sale at the Special Ser-
in Bldg. 4, is equipped: witha keep the lanes in use Monday vices office in Bldg. 4. Guns
variety of hand and power through Thursday evenings. In can be checked out> from
STORE tools. Supplies are also available addition to the leagues for mili the gear locker.
for purchase. It is open tary'personnel' Cecil Field has For information about the
everyday. from 8:00a.m.: to 9:00 an officers' wives' league, an areas and seasons in which hunting -
NEAR YOU p.m., with a qualified super enlisted wives' league and a is permitted, contact the station -
4, visor, "Red"Lane, available. Junior league. More information athletic director, Ext. 498.
SPORTS FACILITIES Amongthe on the various leagues can Any further information about
BAKED DIXIE MEA sports facilities aboard this be obtained at the bowling alley. the Special Services activitiescan
TLOAF station are six tennis courts, a THE GOLF "CLUBHOUSE is be obtained by calling ext.
3 handball
6'
court opposite the 8110.
e Brown Gravy adjacent to the officers' housingarea.
'Hot Buttered Vegetable mess hall, an archery range by
.
the The 18-hole course and
.-l Potatoes Hot Rolls & Butter jet engine facility, and a the shop are daily
pro open
pistol range by Bldg. 501
(station ordnance). from 7:00 7 a.m. until sunset. 1Q"It 1
Clubs and instructions are avail
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able for a small fee.
FEATURE MOVIES are shown Specialist 4 Rudy"Hernando,
every evening at the station thea- Ft. Sill, Okla., won what 1965
A 1 / 4s ter. Shows are. ordinarily start- Interservice sports event?
ed at 7:00 7 p.m. There are 2. Who has been named by the
matinee shows on Saturday and PGA to serve as the non-playing
Sunday at 2:00 p.m. captain of the American Ryder
I HUNTING AND FISHING Cup team?
Both hunting and fishing are per- 3. The founder of the Tennis
Hall of Fame was recently installed -
S as a member of the Hall,
/ i CFC Who is he?
4. Without losing a set in six
I Continued from Page 4 matches, who won the 1965 U.S.
0i Girls' Lawn Tennis Champion
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ship?

AGENCIES/ 5. A 58-year-old jockey recently -
includes the following charities: rode the 6,000th winner of
his 38-year-career at Exhibition
i RADIO FREE EUROPE..--- Park, Vancouver, British Col
: is helping 82,000,000 East Europeans umbia. Who is this man, who
win substantial con- has collected approximately
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._ I I cessions from their Communist $24,000,000 in purses for the
rulers and advance toward their owners of his mounts?
4 goal--personal liberty and political -
freedom. ANSWERS

I I PROJECT HOPE....... 'uojdjoog aoujjjaip
4 whose world symbol is the hos- pJVoq uapBuoj Auugo f 'g
pital, ship S. S. HOPE, carries .31212
unique teaching-healing pro- uotz It-\o>tUg (Sag3Ead)
grams to developing nations on auef '31IS djqsuojduieuD qnO
three continents.THE iwpj[ JD BjudtapBijtU:lql1V '*
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pajeooi sl HH[ 3M
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FOUNDATION-- pu? tuaisAs Sujaoos pajjjiduijs
helps Korea stand against uaiv ueaqi/ jo JOJUSAuj
communism and become 'uaiv .
self- UA H S3tm f EaagoitO

fl1AIrnnJM( ) / ) RS' of CZ3Jaolcsortville I I training supporting for through orphans, 4-H vocational Club uj 'puel u3 'uodqjnos uj sold

: support, scholarships, earth- 115118113 jo weal e laatui\
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i delivers life-giving food, self- UOSJaaepts2Jgugofssei0( ) 2saJda2eA1Jd :
i help, and medical aid to millions Sup4aqtq, djqsuojduiFqoaojMa
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L COLUMN By !Colby LEFTl 'Top To Play Freshman Here 1mT'1' HI II q



Next Month 1 1I
With most teams In the majors having about two dozen games I
left before the final outcome of what has been two of the finest Jacksonville football fans will 1 1I
pennant races there I is time for one more look at the teams get a chance to see some of the 1I I I
and C one last guess at the winners., South's top college football pro-
In the American League the for a change of menu, next week spects Oct. 9 when the Univer- I
crippled Minesota Twins hobbled end to open against Northwestern, sity of Miami Freshman team I
along out i in front of the rest of a team picked as one of the meets the freshmen from Ge-
the pack despite harrassmentover weaker in the Big Ten. orgia Tech in the first annual w
the weekend by Chicago. The outcome of the game should Kiwanis Charity Freshman Foot-
Fielding nearly the same team : stir controversy and comment ball Game In the Gator Bowl.
as last year, which finished 20 around Florida and the SEC. Miami coach Fran Curci, a
games behind the Yankees Ina People are itching to comparethe former All-American quarter 1 1I
tie for sbcth'.place: the Twins two conferences and draw back for the Hurricanes, bringsin I
have hung onto' first place by some half valid conclusions.Last 38 freshmen headlined by I II I
playing steady ball while the rest year Ray Graves' Gators started former All-American High
of the league has been knock- with a win over SMU, a team School fullback Russ Harris of I II
ing each others brains out. that finished the season with one Salem, Va. In one game Har- {
Crafty Al Lopez manager of win and last In the Southeastern ris rolled up 230 yards.
the White Sox, was doing what he Conference.If Another strong Miami varsity Log Roifeg CM*,** caW :
knows best Juggling pitchersand there were any comparisonsdrawn prospect is quarterback Dave
playing marginal baseball between these two confer- Teal who threw 21 touchdown Float j
Tka Won't
to chop the Twin's lead to the ences by that encounter second passes and gained 1,500 yardsas Log
lowest it has been since July. place Texas cleared the air i in a high school senior In,Charleston ,
Lopez, who has more second the last season's Orange Bowl S. C. Miami Is also VWL ;
place finishes in the AL to his when it toppled previously undefeated carrying a Butkus on Its team. What started out as a wdJ. WESCONNETTFURNJTUH&
credit than any other manager SEC champion Alabama This one Is a tackle by the Chopper's Ball" ended in suu1'" )
looks like he Is In for another 2117. name of Arnold from WaterburyConn. en hopes last weekend at t '
second best this year. The only "iffy"quest Ion about Cecil Field Officers' Recreati\f\ Co.33tt j
which team should win the encounter Georgia Tech coaches arebill- Facility Labor Day activity
THE FIGHT FOR 'SECOND in Evenston next weekis ing Tash Van Dora as one of When a flog rolling contd yt
Cleveland and Detroitovertheweekendcontlnued the weather. If the Florida the school's topquarterbackcandidates was scheduled for the ,day \\f> WetcccoeU ft** rf ICJrd
Baltimore, boys should run into some cool since the time of Billy one on the committee had at/ NEW & US 0 TV i
fall temperatures in Illinois they Lothridge. Van Dora was one idea that the wood chopper,Lie\!" '
to play up-down baseball with might find trouble, if not the of the most highly sought athletesin tenant (jg) L. L. Newman wool SETS &. FURNITURE ;
none of the trio able to step Wildcats might get within two the South. He led Brunswick's find a petrified forest. i
too far in front of the other. touchdowns of victory. Glynn Academy to the Georgia e EASY CRS I'f'
Over In the National Leaguethe Four hundred )
................... State Title. Also returning to people gatherV ""
beginning to around the $
Dodgers were Jacksonville Is John Weaver an pool side to \ FREIGHT' :SALVAGE
feel, if they haven't already, the NAMATH'S PRO RECORD All-City selection from Forrest pseudo lumberjacks try and keyfo
loneliness of the long distance High. Tech Is carrying 10 boys on top of the water by balandl 'REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS .
runner and Cincinnati continuedto While on Alabama a mentionof from the state of Florida on its on a 20 foot freshly cut cypt 3 I
run a pacer's race for the that school's great football roster. GALORE t !
log.The
Dodgers. The Reds seem to have alumni of last year Joe Namath. Servicemen will get Into the log was rolled into \J\
no intention of dropping from The New York Jet's are now game at a special price of one pool and the laws of buoya/\ > COME IN AN& 0ROWSE I
the race before the last lap. talking about using the $400,000 dollar. Tickets can be purchasedin were defied.i The log went do/v HOURS 0 AM '7 PM
The Reds, San Francisco, and rookie quarterback as a telephone advance at Special Services.All ,and never came up..it sunk J jt v r ra ;'
Milwaudee were running. 1,2,3 talker and the Jet's don't usea profits from the game will rock. PHONE TJU5aPERECED
behind the'Dodgers last Sundayas 1JV circut to their quarter go to charities sponsored by the
the Giants moved south to backs on the field. Duval County Kiwanis Clubs.
LA for a series that promisedto That would put Namath on the
upset the delicate balanceand bench and put either Illinois pro-
possibly the lead the Dodgerswere duct Mike Taliaferro or John The U. S. atomic submarine
clinging to. Nautilus crossed the North Pole, :
Huarte In the field general position -
Meanwhile, people were point- beneath the polar Icecap, Aug. 42rs:
ing with suspicionsto 3, 1958.
momentary:the Joe may be the most expensive ,I
Pittsburgh as possibledark telephone operator in the world.
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horse in the league. These
possibilities stem from the fact
that the Pirates conclude the sea-
son with Houston and New York. 75 J96SPLYMOUTHS COLOR TV

A POSSIBILITY OF THEBUCS -

While this looks better on a t
schedule than ending the season rd
against the Dodgers and the Reds ,
people tend to forget that the :!
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Mets are like a mongrel dog that Ii
hunts what and when it wants to. .. ,1J1{
Last year the Mets made sham CHRYSLERSALL
bles of the Phillies pennant hopesin .. .
the final series that openedthe t N ,, H -:

door for the Cards. And, MUST CON OLE TV nSf 1
it might be added, that at times
the Astros can be spoilers. Thereare w a"rS AT f',
also no more trying times in .
baseball than the last two weeks, >
especially so this year. l $35995 fj
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football machine moves 11 11tj
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its older rival, the NFL, by Don't be Fooled: by II'4r- dIODEL 5311/U f t+

opening Humble this first weekend.guesses on four Nobody (AN.......Nobody DOES undersell ti jH j ji

college games to be played this
weekend; Tulsa over Hous- CLAYTON L 1 REVELSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH ii'
ton (game of the week on TV), i(1
Utah over Montana,Montana State
over South Dakota State,and Utah THE QUALITY GOES IN BEFORE w wk i
State over Hawaii. Strickly picked {
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by name. SPRINGS FLA. THE NAME GOES ONTIMUQUANATV a
Over at Gainsville there is GREEN COVE ,. aa
optimism in the air as the Gators a
go through pre-season work iJ
outs. Nearly all want to put Drvealittle; Save a lot +
the
SEC crown on the team's i

head come but out none and seem take bold a firm enoughto standon only 20 min. so. of MAS on hwy. 17 5617 TIM UAHA ROAD :!
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FOOTBALLThe BASKETBALLAll :' 'II.,: ; ,' \
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1965 intramural touch basketball players Interested p A AI
football league will be launchedon In trying out for the .. :
Monday September 13. All varsity team that will represent {, ..7, '
will be the .. I.j,
games played on Cecil Field in the Florida M' ",
station football field at "B" Georgia Interservice League, ..'; ; "
Circle. are asked to meet at the station 1'
There are six teams enteredin gym on Wednesday, September
this year's league, including 15, at 1300. !J)
VF-174 defending championsof ,
last year's league The t;
"Hell Razors" still have Dick HANDBALLCecil Jr1f/ '?0f....",,", "
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