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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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! I expression of any
military 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. 27 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 16. 1965 -

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FALL FASHION SHOWS


CFC Drive Opens', Cosmetic the Everyone three Fall Demonstrations is Fashion invited Shows to scheduled attend and- War On Wastes w ; V

by the NAS Jax Navy Ex-
clpnge for Sept. 20-22.

In Jax Area Jax 22nd The Navy will shows Wives be held on Clubhouse the at 20th the,Bldg.NAS and Declared at HASt


716, at 7U: ) p.m. both nights.

The Sept. 21st show will be at
the Mayport EM Club at 2 p.m.


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For August l r :ax

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Thomas C. Voight, ATR2*.;'of

the Aircraft Maintenance Depart-i.
ment, has been selefcfed .., "Serviceman of the Mont&\, for]
.<0.' August, at NAS Jax. "f- "ft.

Voight, who is 'is'assigned to the t11.t"7
I Armament Equipment Repair

: Shop of' the( Avionics Division, \ .... -
received his''award from Captain ,..ljti"t. ""' ..
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1 ..J. ....a'A"C !t Officer, NAS,'in ceremonies held ;+-t-. _JL _._ ._..J1lL '..:/ I

REAR ADMIRAL Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air Jax, last Friday. lie also receiveda WOW IS NOW//// Walter/ F. Hamilton, 'Senior Analyst, Manage.
presents a check for his donation to the Combined Federal Cam- check for $50, and a trip for ment Assistance Office and Captain J. R. Mackroth, Commanding

paign to Karen Den gman, Operations Division. Adm. Goldthwaiteis himself and his family to St., Officer, HAS Jax, look over the pamphlet on the President's 1 I'
the lISO.
the Navy Chairman of the drive which began last Monday.The Augustine sponsored by "VW On Waste" Campaign now being implemented at HAS Jax. '

first Combined Federal Campaign for charity in the Continued on Page 2
Jacksonville area began at NAS Sax last Monday with a "kick- WOW IS h MERE!!!

off" ceremony at King Hall. .vw yS hww f.SW'A' +T.W For the past several weeks, NAS Jax personnel have been
The Combined Federal Campaign Is a one-time soliciation for confronted with this three letter acronym and have been

voluntary health and welfare agencies. These agencies United anxiously awaiting an explanation. ,.
Fund of the Jacksonville Area, National Health Agencies, and International Today, WOW was disclosed as a government-wide "War on "
Service Agencies, have run three individual fund raising Waste" campaign.( The campaign will continue through Nov.
drives in the past. 15. "
Rear Admiral Robert Goldtl-, The three agencies partici- CaPt. J. R. Mackroth, station the Incentive Awards Program
waite, Commander Fleet Air pating in the CFG had representatives Commanding Officer has asked (Benny Suggs). Military person-
Jacksonville who is serving as at the "kick-off" Monday.Mr. all hands, both military and civilian nel whose::; suggestions are
the Navy Combined Federal Bee Brown Regional Co- to participate in the WOW accepted will be awarded Special
Campaign Chairman was guest ordinator for CARE Inc.,Atlanta campaign. The objective of this Liberty. The amount of time
speaker at the "kick-off." In Ga., represented the Inter- special program is to obtain one off will be determined by the
his speech Admiral Goldthwaitesaid national Service Agencies. Cost-Cutting Suggestion front amount of money the governmentwill
that the concept of a com- Mr. George Winterling represented every person assigned to NAS save resulting from the sug-
bined campaign was tried in six the National Health Jax gestion. For annual savings
cities in the United States last Agencies and Mr. John McCor- For all suggestions that can between $50. and $150. one-half
year and was pronounced an outstanding mack represented the United be validated, the suggestor will day of special liberty will be
success. Fund of the Jacksonville Area. Thomas C. Voight/ be rewarded. For civilians the awarded. TIle scale graduatesto

"The primary reasons tar this Continued Page 2 award will be in accordance with a 72 hour liberty for
success were: ((1)) the partici- on suggestions that result in annual
pation by a greater number of savings of between $1,851 and

people due to a single campaign, USS Scheduled $4,250. Appropriate special con-
wtm the all-out drive to make Shangri-La to sideration will also be added
the which will resultin
single campaign work and for suggestions
((2)) the provision whereby mem annual savings above $4,250.All .
bers of the Armed Forces and suggestions submitted by
federal employees could contri- Return Home From Med Monday both civilian and military

bute by means of payroll deduc- personnel must be validated by
tions." the Admiral stated. the Navy Audit Office.
The The Attack Aircraft Carrier, some 4 .OOO miles and visited themselves by winning the
payroll payment plan is NAS Sax has 100
over
USS Shangri La left the twelve ports of call in seven coveted "E" award as the out- persons
devised to enable personnel to trained in Value Analysis techniques -
their donation Mediterranean last week and is countries. Among ports visited standing Fighter and Attack
spread install- If station personnel havean
scheduled to arrive in her home were Palma deMallorca Spain; Squadrons in the Atlantic Fleet.
ments over a one period. idea and don't know how to
year port at the Mayport Naval Station Cannes France;Rhodes Greece; The Chief of Naval Operations
This payroll payment plan is sometime Monday, Sept. 20. and Istanbul Turkey. Safety Award for Fiscal Year develope it, they are urged to
available to all civilian employees The Shang's voyage home will Under the command of Captain lJIJr'! .was presented to Attack contact someone who has
except those with a tempor- be marked by the observance of August W. Elliot who recently Squadrons lOG and 170. received value analysis trainingand
of less than ask their assistance.
appointment one :
ary :
her twenty-first birthday since assumed command of the carrier,
year and to members of the While on deployment the While the Incentive Awards
the commissioning Sept. some 2,800 officers and men
Armed Forces who are assignedin ship's Attack Carrier Air Shangri-La logged 8,120 aircraft Program (Benny Suggs; ) pro-
this area. 15, 1U-14. In addition to being including sorites, 1,985!) "skunks"(unidentified vided for the suggestion to be
Wing Ten will be returning to
and oldest aircraft
the smallest
The payroll donation will be surface; contacts picked up submitted directly to the Incen-
paid in allotment form. Mini- carrier in the Atlantic Fleet the Jacksonville area. Aircraftof by the Combat Information tive Awards committee, civilian

mum allotment per payday is the Shang has recently won the 170 Attack and Fighter Squadrons Squadrons: 40, IOC Hand :t Center), and 2r>(00 carrier personnel are encouraged to ob-
$.50) for personnel paid every Battle "E" Efficiency Award. controlled approaches of aircraft tain assistance from supervisors;
02; will fly off the shipon
This award i is presented annuallyto
$1.00 for and submit WOW suggestions
two weeks or person- the outstanding attack carrierin Sunday to their home baseat : _...
nel paid monthly. Withholdingin the supervisor so that necessary
the Atlantic Fleet. NAS Jax or Cecil Field. The Shangri-La serves as the
the amount authorized will be The carrier began her Med. Of the",e returning groups:; flagship of I RAdm. Robert L. documentation can be included.
with the Time War Waste
for full beginning on Camp.1ignContinued
a year
deployment early in February Fighter Squadron 02 and Attack Townsend: Commander Carrier
first pay period in January 19C6. and since that time has steamed Squadron 176 al=.o exemplified Division Six. on Page 2

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HO LONGER SCIENCE I 'IMffil' ''; ilf illllSUNDAY : : by

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FICTION. Robert Witt
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aII What is "COMSHAW"? This simple question, with some very
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy Com complex answers, has been heard all over the Fleet and shore
munion establishments for years. It is a puzzlement to many "boots"and
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine a moral concern for many "old salts." No one is too happy

ISSU I I I 1 i J 1t, 1I Worship with the practice, but most everyone accepts it. Something like
I 1 l lI 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for the attitude toward the illegitimate nephew at the family picnic.
I v N ff ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 Perhaps a definition of comshaw might serve as a logical springboard -
II 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine into this subject. Let us assume that comshaw is the practiceof
Worship using government property and/or man-hours for nonmilitaryor
non-approved purposes. The beauty of this practice is that
Youth Fellowship
6:30
p.m. there are no fonns to complete, no justification required, just
do it. Often it f is claimed to be a Navy version of the War on
WEDNESDAY Poverty or people-to-people programs. :Pd_ Robin- Hood would
V be green with envy if he beheld some of the modern"\ pplicationsof
Choir Rehearsal -
4:30 p.m Junior his "share-the-wealth" idea. Unfortunately for the military

budget, not all of the comshaw is a minor matter. Sometimesthe
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal only requirements seem to be that the item be small enoughto

fit in the trunk of a car or pass through the main gate. Since
12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, most of our aircraft have folding wings they would seem to qualify.
Also on all Holy Days Nothwithstanding it's long history and benefits to mankind, it
Catholic Services at St. Ed- must be said that comshaw in it's purest form is misappropriationof
ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval government property and subject to the provisions of Navy
Hospital Regulations Articles 0787, 0904, 1220,1221, and 1261. In brief,
comshaw is theft, particularly when government property finds
SUNDAY MASS it's way into private homes, or government time if used for personal

endeavors.It .
Editorial 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital is doubted that this little dissertation will bring a grindinghalt
9:00 a.m.& 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- to the practice of comshaw. However, a brief examination of
ward's ChapeL conscience might be in order. There is no such thing as legal
Buck Rogers Takes .Back Seat theft. Comshaw breeds and reproduced rapidly, morale suffers
DAILY MASS and disrespect is invited. The people of our nation have a rightto
expect us to be honest and to earn their trust. Lastly, we recall
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel that Someone once said, "Thou shalt not steal."

-. To Today's Space-Age ExploitsThe

MONDAY & TUESDAY Law Requires EducationalAid

man in uniform today may recall his childhood thrills
following the exploits of Buck Rogers in the Sunday funnies. 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC Motorists Stop
Stout-Hearted and strangely-garbed people zipped to eerie placesIn Increased
bullet-nosed, rocket-powered vehicles. FRIDAY For School BusesSchool
Those were make-believe years of bravado and exciting derringdo -

enough to stretch the imagination of any youngster. 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital By New LawsMany
Similar events unravel before the eyes of today's youngsterin is back in session
honest-to-goodness reality. Those of us who once marvelledat SATURDAY The buses are on the road.
Buck Rogers now find ourselves participants in events which Making frequent stops for children young people who receive
equal or surpass anything he ever attempted. 9:00 a.m. Sf, Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDA social security benefits as the
Today, television projects images of real-life astronauts donning So please stop when they unload. children of retired, disabled, or
5t range-looking suits, boarding sleek, needle-nosed craft, zooming Y deceased workers and who have
through the mysterious world of space and using rocket guns'to Under Floridalawsdriversarerequired not finished their education by
propel themselves. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before to come to a full and the time they reach 18 can con-
Television itself, in Buck Rogers' heyday, was a speculative Masses complete stop while children are tinue to receive payments until
medium, derided by some as being impossible to develop. Some Catechism Classes:Grade School being loaded or discharged froma they finish school or reach age
military advancements were also scoffed at as being either impractical school bus.Violation. 22 as a result of a change in
or impossible, but have since become almost common- SATURDAY of this law is con- the law.
place. sidered a misdemeanor,and any- Former beneficiaries whose
.. Among those are surface-to-air missiles, verticalshorttakeoff 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- one found guilty is subject to benefits stopped when they reached -
and landing aircraft, weapons scopes which allow troops to ties building 722. a fine, not to exceed $300, or age 18 who are not yet 22
spot targets in darkness, winged aircraft achieving sub-orbital by imprisonment not to exceed can have their benefits started
speeds, and strategic missiles fired from underwater submarines. ninety days. again if they are attending school
Yesteryear's youngsters have certainly emerged in the likenessof Help protect our children,stop full time. These students will
their childhood idols. They have become astronauts shooting for school buses and drive safely. be required to file new applica-
rockets, firing guided projectiles and flying vehicles many times Traffic Violations tions for benefits. Retroactive
faster than the speed of sound. payment can be made for monthsin
Military astronauts Cooper and Conrad, in their Gemini-Titan .L WAR ON WASTE which a student was attending
5 spacecraft, recently set many new world space records with The following is a report of Continued from Page 1 school full time as far back as
their eight-day flight. Their achievements would have seemed motor vehicle accidents and January 1965. Anyone between
impossible or highly improbable as little as 20 years ago. But traffic violations for the period was orginiated by President 18 and 22 whose parent has retired
today, they are looked upon as only preliminary stages of a pro- September 7 through September Johnson last October when he died, or become disabled,
gram destined to bring the universe within man's grasp. 13. stated, "I pledge a war on waste should ask at the social security
The world is definitely on the go, especially for service per- Number of Accidents and I ask you to help me fight office whether he can get bene
sonnel, and obviously, the sky is no longer the limit. (AFPS) This Week September 1 through that war." The President also fits.

September 13 ......................7 stated that controlling waste was
Total Accidents this year through somewhat like bailing a boat,
September 1965..................176 you have to keep at it. CFG DRIVE
Number of Accidents through Continued from Page 1
JOIN WOW September 1964.................186 SERVICEMAN OF THE MONTH Unit
Also hand was the
Total number of days since Continued on
last injury in a motor vehicle from Page 1 Chairman and Key Men from

accident.............................2 He was commended for the NAS Jax and tenant commands.
enthusiam and interest he After the Admiral's speech they
displays in any job he is assigned, viewed three films from the
Number of Violations as well as for his ability agencies involved in the cam
This Week ........................56 them Cited to carry
out. in the nomina- paign.:
JA.X AIR NEWS Speeding..........................18 tions was his valuable "kick-off" Navy
Reckless Driving...................o the assistancein Prior to the at
development of devices personnel
Going through Stop Sign.........3 for Aero test Exchange civilian and the
14 NATTC
and
Other Violations...................35 Racks and 15 Bomb the Main Store, 15200; of
his design of a .50 Hospital had collected
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspapei Caliber Gun Pod Test Set for the their 1966 goal. They presentedthe
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Forty -Sevendrivers appeared Mohawk Army Detachment the "kick-off..
before money at
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the the meeting Traffic held Hearing Boardat operating at NAS Jax. "This is the kind of participation -
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR 14. Disposition of onSeptember the Utilizing his knowledge of we need" a Drive spokes
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, included the following cases electronics and associated fields, man said. "It is hoped that
: Twenty-
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Five lost driving and parking coupled with an excellent every department will reach their
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- privileges aboard station for command of the English language, goal in a minimum amount of
Voight has a knack for presenting time. 'Once For All--The Easy
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. various periods: One was
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries assigned to complete a six-hour and explaining complicated elec- Way' is the campaign slogan.
For
tronics
schematics
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing course in remedial driving at to and diagrams We could also say 'Once he
less-informed
listeners. We Can,
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida Jax Police Academy; Eleven Voight strives for All--As Fast As
received continuous continued.
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. suspensions, Ten were Fieldwas
given warnings; Four were dismissed self-improvement through Navy The "kick-off" at Cecil
Nine fined and civilian courses. Planning to at 1 Monday and May-
; were (U.S. p.m.
VOL. 23 NO. 27 SEPTEMBER 16, 1965 COMMISSIONER); and Five make the Navy a career, he has port Naval Station began their
referred to commanding officers applied for consideration as a drive Tuesday at 10 a.m. The
for possible disciplinary action. candidate Program. for the Intergration Drive will continue through Oct.

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An RH-3A helicopter mine- S.S. Thomas J. Gary out of Newport land Sound The Researcher,
countermeasure (MCM) aircraft is a radar picket ship 306 Sikorsky patrol boat, also! play-
built for the Navy, by Sikorsky, feet long. The tests, part ofa ed a part In the tests, pullingout
tested its strength this month series Involving RII-3As, 600 feet of 5-8 inch cable
against a 1,600-ton destroyer were done to measure tensions from the bow of the destroyer r
escort. The helicopter pulledthe against wind speeds. escort, then holding it taut as i & .
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vessel starting from a dead Clifford Brown and Edgar Mul- the RH-3A fastened on with its _
stop, at speeds up to 5.3 knots. lins were RH-3A pilots on two own hook, cable, and winch sy- ,:k 4
The destroyer escort, the U. successive days over Long Is- stem.
.
The first day of tests saw
HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR the Thomas J. Gary put its engines
in reverse and pull againstthe
RlI-3A to simulate a strong :
$5. CASH GIFT FROM us? downward situation. On the

.i second day, the RlI-3A pickedup 1 kv3
r'i the cable as the ship lay 8
During our expansion program we are giving a $5. CASH still in the water, all engines 'i''i'- "a
'GIFT to our customers. Come in and get the details for stopped. The helicopter exerted _
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; nfErIDfD)|9(0)( ) LAUNDRY AND Nine RH-3As} have been ordered Key ToSuccess; Florida Keys
for Navy duty. The program, ;
J\J\lltlQlQ[ ) ) @ DRY CLEANING well into its flight test phase, ,

was initiated, last year. Tests Key To My Heart; Etc. Etc
SHIRTS & WHITE UNIFORMS OUR SPECIALTYOne and now retrieving include streaming conventional, towing air- ... 1

day laundry,cleaning and dry fold service borne tCM.eQuipl11ent. RH-3A There is a key to everythingin that the keys have passed down !
at no extra charge (across railroad from NAS) ,deliveries are expected to begin life. The trouble, sometimes, through the history of the office
this summer.Tbifty. is finding it. and this policy will probably ,
For example, Jerry Marshall, continue. Occasionally someone
Signalman Second Class,bar- will ,be in an inquisitive mood,
racks master-at-arms at Ce- take the keys out and l try to find
I" Iti i gmmf1j TlY 'Bel f fJayc cil Field says that two or three their mate.
times a day the bolt cutters Mrs. Ann Waggoner, the Red
have to be used because a sail- Cross secretary at Cecil Field, rlr
or couldn't find the key. has a different theory on what &
Sometimes there are plentyof to do with the old keys she t:
keys but nobody knows what throws them away. But, she (
lock they go to. One officeat adds, not without first checking ,i'
Cecil Field has a key ring with her husband.A t
with 22 keys on it. Where these look in Mrs. Waggoner's
keys came from and what they purse shows that she carries
unlock iin't known. The keys seven keys with her. She knows
aren't thrown away and) they are what they all go to and says
n't used .unless to hold papers that she "never" loses them.
... vl down. The personnel that man A check with the male population -
the office just take for granted at Cecil Field shows that
most of them also carry seven
keys, two to the car, two for
personal lockers, one to the
( \ \ l HANK'SMOTORS working space, one to the desk: ,
% and one for home. F FIn
the average day a man will \
about 27 time. The
use a key
.. the one that
0a most used key is
goes in the car ignition. I
620LDSMOIJILE98. $1995 Cecil Field has a civilian lock
4 dr., hardtop, loaded
Mr
SSPOdp smith named G. H. McNeill.
J1 61 CHEVROLET./ .$1205 McNeill, repairs locks and IS
Impala, 2 dr., hardtop, V-8, keeper of the keys for the station.
auto/trans.
When it is necessary he will I

oJH' 61 PONTIAf . .$1395 even pick a lock, professionallythat
2 dr., hardtop, extra nice is.How.
P.S., auto/trans. many keys does Mr Mc J
Neill have? That's somethingthe t
61 FOIW. . .U49 locksmith can't answer but t
Cifllaxif, convert., V-s, He has
lot. i
auto./trans., clean he kpows !it's a
four cabinets with 200 hooks
60 CHEVROLET_$$795 for keys in it and one for 400 !
!it y. r [nel.Alr, 2 dr., Ycyl.t stand. keys. These keys are to nearly
''i, :: + shift t all original every building on base.
;
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that thebigf
Mr. McNeill
says :
:
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PLYh10UTll.$695 of : to
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knows
he
est key
Fury, 2 dr.,
SAVE YOU WILL HAVE THIS hardtop the biggest lock on base .the
AMOUNT AT THE END OF lock on the brig at security.
But he adds that it has been so
3 Yrs. 5 Yrs. 10 Yrs. THESE MUST 60WHOLESALE long since he's seen it he does-
n't know just how big it is.

$5 M0. $186.66 $318.30 $673.50

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Navy Enlisted Promotions Looks );

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F S tq 7 9 P 1x Good Due To Increased Strength /

a$ i

f e PF w According to Navy Times, it
should be a great year for Navy mpntc; may well have the effectof Ever cautious, the planners
enlisted promotions. Maybe not convincing many who were will channel the increased

quite as good as last year for wavering between continuingtheir promotions where any sudden
those going for senior and careers and getting out; be
up shift in the picture will
that the
time has
come to "go
master chief, but all signs -
point easier to correct. This means
r R ,, to a banner year' for the cIvilian". That's one reason that perhaps an additional 10,000
1 d other petty officer pay grades, why the personnel planners were extra petty officer slots which are
reluctant to extend enlistments
the Times said. hoped for in the increased Navy
For the E-8'sandE-9'swhose involuntarily.Now
strength will go predominantlyto
: selection board started to work that this course has been the third and second class

last Tuesday, the picture is per- decided on, however it is felt grades. First class and chiefs
haps slightly worse than it was that will good-by will probably increase too, but
say
many
last year, when the Navy picked to the Navy when the four-month to a lesser degree than the num- .
476 master chiefs and 1,936 sen- extension is Though this bers in the lower grades.
C over.
ior chiefs. Conservatively, the ..
will headaches for The result top promotion
produce new
,prediction this year is for about there is prospects for those who took the
personnel experts, no
450 chief selections and
master
the accelerating effectit August exams when the November:
perhaps 1,850 senior chief cho- denying
will have on promotions. 16 promotion date rolls around.

sf ices.The
Times stated that the big-
1 gest factor in the bright pro-
1i > motion picture is, of course, the
increased strength slated for this
f fiscal year. Next most influen-
tial is the expected continued
heavy transfers to Fleet Reserveof
World War II veterans and the
high turnover rates prompted bya
booming economy. The recent J
,4 r pay increase may slow these p
e factors somewhat and result in '!
some improvement in the Navy's
i manpower retention rates, but T:
t the continuing prospect of U.S.
F involvement in armed conflict
may more than counterbalancethe ? w 1
picture.
C t tI Unless the Vietnam crisis
;
i escalated into something con-
siderably larger, the recent involuntary
extensions of enlist-

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I NewRegulations Include Be thankful Social Security I I"The


All Public-Private Boats you can see most far reaching insurance identification- card to
changes in the Social Security use whenever you enter
Give toFlorida Program since its beginning in hospital. And the choice is UJ
New York, N. Y. (AFPS) -- private vessels of the United 1935 have just been made by to you and your doctor as to the
The new "International Regu- States, including motorboats Society for the Congress. They affect not only hospital you want to use You
lations for Preventing Collisionsat while navigating on the high Prevention of Blindness, Inc. the 20 million Americans now can remain in the hospital for
Sea" became effective Sept. 3001 Granada Street receiving benefits from .the as long as 90 days during each
I, 1965. seas.Most drastic changes in the Tampa, Florida 33609 program but all who expect"'to spell of sickness. For the
These revised rules were rules were made in respect to receive them in the future." first 60 days all your regular
drawn up at the Fourth Inter- vessels engaged in fishing. This is the way R.B.Donaldson, hospital ez trf\h\ ti hf1d above
national Conference for Safetyo Free copies of regulations are District Manager,Social Security a costtJtofycW) \ >f $40 will be
Life at Sea (SOLAS),in London'fhS'aba.'In available from local U. S. Coast I AdftimYstration, summarized the paid. After 60 days you must
"' 1960. They must Guard Marine Inspection Off ices. recent action by Congress. In contribute $10 a day toward
be followed by all public and the words of the President, the costs. If your condition improves;
new law is *a tremendous step so that you no longer need hospitalcare
forward for all of our senior you can transfer to an
eye exam citizens.' approved nursing home for a
Major change is the additionof stay of up to 100 days All
for efitlitreif health insurance benefits. It
expenses except doctors' fees
$ DICK VAN DYKE becomes effective July 1,1966, will be paid for the first-20
SAVE 25to3O National entering with one exception. Benefitsfor days. You will contribute $5
Sight-Saving nursing home care will not for each day thereafter."
Chairman school) be payable until six months later.

On Each 100 of Bureau Rates for "Nearly every person over Donaldson added, "Ifyoudon'tneed
65 will qualify for the basic hospitalization but can be
hospital benefits," R. B..Donaldson cared for as well or better in
The best time for visual care said, "If you are entitled to your own home, the program
AUTO InI LLI' is early in the preschool years when social security or railroad will pay for up to 100 home health
res eye defects can still be corrected with retirement benefits, you will be aides in any calendar year Also
best results. Every child should havea automatically enrolled in the if your illness his not been

complete eye examination before he plan. You will not have to go diagnosed, you can get help In
starts school and regularly throughout to your social security office to paying for diagnostic servicesas
his school life. enroll. If you are not entitledto an out-patient of a hospital.
YINSURANCE social security or railroad The program will pay all costs
For your free pamphleton / retirements benefits you may aTiove $20 for these services."
eye care, write: sign up for the hospital insurance To finance these benefitsa
benefit protection by making an separate payroll tax Is set up.
Rates for the Family Automobile Policy Florida Society for the application and giving proof of The money that is collected b

without the Safe Driver Plan. You even Prevention of Blindness, Inc. your age. You may apply at earmarked in a seperatehospital
any social security office after insurance trust fund in the
3001 Granada Street
save substantially when the Safe Driver September 1, 1965." Treasury. The tax rate for 19C6
Tampa, Florida 33609 "You will be given a health is 0.35"/0" and
Plan is used! applies equally to
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self-employed. Earnings up to
$6600 a year will be taxed. The
cost of providing these benefitsto
GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERS people who are not social
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YOU SAVE 30:; from Bureau Rates for the Collision
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and Comprehensive coverages, and you save
25%; for the vital Liability coverages. GEICO also general revenues.To .

gives you the usual additional savings on compact help older people pay for
cars, driver training and when more-than-one-car is physicians' and other medical
insured. You may pay your premium in convenient
installments.NO l services not covered by the Basic
., Plan, a second,called the Medical
EXTRA COSTS: The low GEICO premiumis J Insurance Program, is included.
the full cost of your insurance; there are no memo .. People 65 or older are eligible
bership fees assessments or other sales charges of I:4Mb for this coverage, which is
any kind.GEICO "-i voluntary. "To be included you
,
,' J; must enroll," Donaldson said.
rates represent the above savings from ,..i,
,'J. "In addition, you must agreeto
Bureau Rates for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau
Rates are the rates developed by the National Bureau 1t"..;;,.,.,! pay $3 a month ($6 for a
of Casualty Underwriters and. the National man and wife). The federal
Automobile Underwriters Association. for their memo government matches this payment
ber and subscribing companies. l. to the trust fund from the
Treasury. If are receiving
HERE IS THE PROTECTION YOU GET Social Security you or Railroad
When ,you insure your car with GEICO, you get "WISE OWL CLUB" ADDITIONS AT CECIL FIELD. .wuDfwin Retirement benefits you can
the broad Family Automobilelnsurance Policytheexact S. D, WrIght, stdt/oll: Commanding Officer, presents Frank P. De- have the $3 premium deducted
same policy used by most other leading companies Grouchy"leftrand) Frank :Seward with/ /> membership certificates/ / to from your monthly benefit.Other
and you are fully protected wherever you the club which Is sponsored by the National will pay through a plan that will!!
Society for the Pre.
drive in the U. S., its possessions and Canada. This be future.
venf/on/ of Blindness worked out in the near
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policy can comply, with the Financial ResponsibilityLaws prevention eye accidents
of every state, including the compulsory insure Both men were involved in accidents in which their eyesight was "In return for these payments,
ance requirements of New York and North Carolina. saved through the use of safety glasses. the medical plan will pay for
Over 1.300 professional representatives across the eighty percent of your doctor bill,
country stand ready to give you personal claim sere after an annual deductible of$50,
ice when you need it, day or night, 24 hours a day. CHIEF CAMPBELLS up to 100 home visits each year
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I If Vu Ash lJs PA TRON .30 Florida Names Dr. Kerwin :;1



Recently, the NAS Sax Michael M, Hogue, SA, I have Has Awards Honorary Chairman of CSC 1
Recreational Division launchedan gone to NAS hobby shop, the
advertising campaign to insure indoor pool and been bowling. InspectionThe
that all personnel would be "in
the know" as to what Special Special Services is doing a Astronaut Joseph P. Kerwin, Kerwin said he has had the
Services had to offer. "if Ya fine job of giving servicemen presentation of awards and the 33-year-old lieutenant com- opportunity to diagnose and treat
Ask U3" this week went forthto enjoyment for much less money. medals to twenty-four enlisted mander recently called from dutyas some cases of the disease.
seek personnel who utilize personnel highlighted a recent a flight( surgeon at Cecil Field
the facilities offered by the Rec. personnel l inspection at Patrol to begin training at the Houston "TB remains a difficult
Div. and questioned them as ,to Squadron Thirty. Manned Spacecraft Center, has problem today although tremendous -
their opinion of these services. Cdr. D.E.G ate 1 y,Commanding I been named Florida's honorary progress has been madein
Ken .Shafer, YNSNSince I Officer of Patron Thirty chairman of the. 1965 ChristmasSeal ,the past 50 years," he :said.
came to this Station I have taken campaign.The
advantage of various activities presented eight Good Conduct "Its cure, its prevention and Its
offered, by Special Services such Medals, one letter: of commendation announcement was made by eventual eradication possible
as'bowlf ng,teru1I: ,t11ovies and the fourteen trophies' to Tom S. Coldewey Port St Joe, only through generous public sup \ '
auto shop. However,,I think that members of the VP-30 softball president of the Florida Tuberculosis !> port."
many are unfamilar with the Hogue MarxN. team who recently placed firstin and Respiratory Disease t fit*,.,
facilities offered to them and that the ComFatrJax Tournament, Association. In additiontointensifiedefitortsto I
Special Services should. "Advertise" and the Ironman Trophy to out- eliminate tuberculosis' the
R. Marx, SA--I have beenat ,
Dr. Kerwin will coordinate his
a little more. NAS for 3 1/2 months and I standing participants on the efforts 'with tho'se.bf. stronaut, association has expanded its
various athletic .
have heard about most of the teams.D. Scott Carpenter, ,national activities to fight all other
L. Ondo, YN2 received a such
Recreation Division's many honorary chairman the lung crippling diseases as
Letter of Commendation from chronic bronchitis
wonderful programs and have campaign. emphysema,
taken advantage of them. I have Cdr. D. E. Gately in recognitionof and asthma. 1
been bowling, swimming, to the his outstanding performance of 1t t
duty as Petty Officer in Charge :
movies and the fish camp. I of the Administrative Office. He
think that the Recreation Division later received a trophy as a main- rn71;
Shafer offers, station personnel plentyto stay on the squadron's softball '
Horton do in their spare time. team and received praise for =.. t'
his participation on the squad- USED CARS
J, W. Horton, AEAA--I have Dennis C. Sutliff, CNI think ron's football and basketball = ",
been in Jacksonville for almosta the Rec. Div. has a lot to offer teams. ,= II I

: year and during thai year I :-We in' the line r The eight pros who received'
have used the Special Services' Good Conduct Awards, ranging
of entertainment -
A few that I have first award the sixth
ofen.( partich for the from the to =
Rated in using are the hobby shop, personnel of r award, were: J. E. Hudson, DUVAL MOTORS :--
stables, r movie house and' 'boats .this station. I ADRC; C. L. Hall, TD3; R. E.
.:-offered for fishing,, and rereatiOn. have,been here .Cragel.ATR2C.E.FieldsADRl; ;
: I think'that the Navy for nine'months and A. C. Barries,ATN2.
Special .Services' are indeed a and Jiave taken' The following personnel, as
great .help to servl enien'ln. of SutliU members of the VP..SO softball
advantage SAN
JUAN
LOT
received for
occupying and fulfilling their- .*' team, trophies
spare time. zany placing first In the ComFairJax OFF ROOSEVELT
Softball Tournament and winningthe
NAS Jax Base Championship: :=

Annual NROTC Exam B. Kidd, ARCA; L. W. Rada,
,
ATRAN; W. K.Hughler,ADRAN; '
A. M. Rambo, AXAN; II. L. SPECIAL
To Be Given, DecemberVice Fowler, A03; H., W. Schroeder,
=
AX2; W. B. Tate, PH2; C. M. MILITARY' FINANCING't.t.
Cooper, AK3; K. G. Holestein, I
Admiral B. J. Semmes, June 30, 1966. Those who makea
YN3; D. L. Ondo, YN2; R.C. '
Jr., Chief of Naval personnel qualifying score will be inter- 7964 FORD GALAX/E 500.$2195
Thomas, ADR2; C. E. Fields,
announced Monday, Sept. 13 that viewed and given thorough ADR1; R. G. Kinman, AN andJ. 2 dr., auto/trans., R&H, 2 tone paint, wheel/ / covers
Dec. 11 has been designatedas medical examinations early In F. Symons, AN. -_ WSW.
the test date for the 20th 1966. Approximately 1,600 young J. M. Schmitz, A03 (AC) was 1964 FALCON..This/ / week only $1395 \

annual national competitive men competition from will those thus remaining be selectedto in presented a squadron plaque in 4 dr., sedan, R&H, 2 tone paint, WSW.
NROTC examination.
recognition of flying the greatest
Application for participation in attend college next September number hours in Fiscal Year 1964 FORD GALAX/E/ $2295
this exam must be submitted to prepare for their naval 1965. 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, R&H, ps & pb, air cond., wheel/ /
prior to Npv. 19. careers. Lt. Titus, VP-30 Athletic Off- covers, WSW.+
The Regular NROTC Program, 1966 NROTC I Bulletins: of icer, received the Ironman
which 'is designed to supplementthe Information and application forms Trophy from Cdr. D. E. Gately =- 7964 FORD.GALAX/E 500, . . Only J2395
career officer output of the are.available at local high schools in behalf of all the men in Patron ] converf/6/e/ / V-8, R&H, PS, wieecovers, WSW.
U. S. Naval Academy, offers and Navy Recruiting Stations or Thirty who have worked so hardto
Opportunity for young men to from the Chief of Naval win this recognition of p 1963 FALCON WAGON. . . .Full Price J995j
earn a regular commission while Personnel, Department of the excellence i in 1': the athletic field. == ( '
studying at one of the 52 NROTC Navy, Washington, D. C. 20370. j 1962 FORD GALAX/E. . Special $1295
colleges and universities. i 4 dr., hardtop V-8, auto/trans.., PS& PB, air cond.,
The Navy furnishes tuition, I 2 tone paint, WSW.
fees and books, plus a subsis-
tence allowance of$50.per month 1 1962 FALCON . . . Full Price $759 .
to the NROTC midshipmen. Each : I 2 dr., sedan, low down payment, auto/trans., R&H.

on summer training, NROTC cruises midshipmen to different go JOIN WOW NOW j 1962 ENGLISH FORD . . Full Price 1627

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After completing four yearsof j 1962 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE..Only $1185

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HORN 'TIRES ; J: photo-navigators of VAP-62 igation. The over-water portion .

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using the sextant. All navigation on the RA3B ,is dependent The photo-navigator of theRA- used to get an accurate fix and A LINE CREWMAN guides the 'Skywarrior hack to the 'VAP-62

TURN SIGNALS STOP,. TURN SIGNALS on internal' means with celestial and pressure, patterns being the 33 flies in the right front seat neasure the navigation error. flight line after completion of the four-hour check ride. b- -.7.5 .
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hold their error to five
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dependent on outside electronic 3 3B is the result of team effort.
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I_ NEW' BOOKS AT THE LIBRARYof I Women's S i eOftheStory

Librarian
8y'Sharon Arnold, -
Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation -
THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN AMERICAN AT LAST by T.H. and the events surrounding -
IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES, White A British author's fresh it the Negroes' part !
a new addition to the Cecil and frank view of the American in the Civil War, the drawingup
Field Library, with Its brilliant scene during a lecture tour of of the document and its Im- By
drawings by R. Searle,its amusing the country shortly before his: portance.See .
introduction on the historyof death. lie writes charmingly Navy Fashionables
flight by A. Andrews and and informally of, what he admires the bulletin board locatedin
its, light-hearted commentary by dislikes and what the front part of the Libraryfor The first function of the Cecil field Officers' Wives Club was
B. Richardson is fast-moving, surprises him about the United a complete listing of all the held September 14th at the Officers Recreational Facility." The 11lehostess'
authoritative, imaginative and States.CHILDREN'S'. newer books. Do not hesitateto : ented was ,"Sew-if Yourself Fashion Show.
program pre
often hilarious. It is based on ask the attendant at the deskto for the Luncheon\ was !the Officers Wives of CAW
SHELF Group
one of the most fascinating chap- BOOK help you locate the book of 1. The talents of Mrs. Kit Whyte, Gael Scott, and Betty Pros o
ters in the history of mans Our children's reading this programwas your choice. 'If your favorite of VA-12-ai1d"Mrs.: : L. E. Ames of VF-11 were demonstrated
very successful year checked out, have your The huge illustrate pattern
inventiveness, the early days of book is beautify ,creative decorations. t
that so many the )
and happy '
we are
list. Y
flying,' arotnd'11910. name put on our reserve most outstanding and profe slonal.' '
visited envelopes were
POWER by children and young people with the'shoyr.'There. : I$ Always:
OF
SEAT
THE and now, on ,
the library during the summer ;1'he's'cene;: 1 is set The
., JJ.1 ,Horan. Reporter Duke months. They are to be high tension and excitement in the aura of a fashlon'stow.
Malloy+I. picked up the phone commended for their behavior eiLLE-r PRO QF.", models are ready. Nervous but ready!
t in the office of the New York the library. We have
while using '
Blade-Leader and recognized the books the .
recently added three to
voice of Action Jackson, one of f .
Section by H. S.
Young People
the top men in the numbers Commager. ,, r .j v'nfz
racket. Malloy had won a rep- THE GREAT DECLARATION' : t 5., .:..... \
utation for his exposes-and what ...v,1> !
is ,
Americans, .,
a book for young ;. t
Jackson had to say now drew Declaration of '. ...:". );:
of the
the '
story
him into an investigation of a i W/f 't. t
vast network of big city corrup- Independence from Its first faint ." I \\\\ \:
stirring in the minds of men k 'f
from Harlemto
tion' which reached ,
which .
big names in Washington,D.C. to the celebrations greeted Ii I 1i
whenit
if from state to state
was i
Even the tough reporter f
unprepared for the vicious brutality was finally passed. )'
CONSTITUTION:
GREAT
TIlE
unleased -
which his probe
but he had the help of three a book for young American |,thIs
for bet-
the book tells of the need a
incorruptible men to bring ,that'was offered f
guilty pnes to justice. ter government li '-
of Confederation,
by the Articles rr
"Love has a slim hold on the
of reason over ,
of the triumph
human corporation, like fifty-one
fear and pettiness in the, sec-
bat it's enough. Enoughfor
,
percent of
inbusi- recy of the convention hall,
human beings to stay
witlieachother". This more the surprise pf the people',at
ness '
of les's sums up the'positive note the''' Convention's outcome- and h CANY"WSH THEM SACG ...

on which this novel, LET Peter ME how line the to States accept, one It.by one'fellinto I(JUST AT L AMP I,CAr GrO Mrs. WorcefMrs./ / Smff/i/ Mrs Drake Mrs Fros/o/
WAYS by k
THE
COUNT 84J 4. j
GREAT PROCLAMATION )JAR WATER i o2
De Vries, of human fallibility, THE Mrs.; ,Bruce 'Nystron, the commentator, has chosen a pink
divine Indifference love and hate, : a book for young moygashel dregs with a flared four gored skirt. Mrs. Nystronis
evangelism and atheism ends. Americans, is dramatic account the 1965 on-the-move mother and chooses patterns to fit her

active life-like her swinging movable skirt.
.-- -- ---- The, models look beautiful and each outfit is geared to this Navy
I c- -- Way Of Life. It would be difficult to single out specific outfitsin

this article for each one was unusual, creative and well made.
( 'The Wives whode e'r.ve.tfiis credit are as follows: Kathy Nix,

Pat Best, Dottie Kirchner, Joanna Mudrock, Simone Murphy, Rose-
Now! A clear hairdressing for men mary Robinson, Lura Wildman Susan Smith, Carole Wardell,
Bert Smith, Joy Johnson, Ann Chase, Gwen Errington, Rose Ewing,
Dottie Drake, Ann Walker, Dot Stanton and Betty Frosio .
that's medicated to fight dandruff!

Notes of Interest


A. 's. Cecil Field party at their beautiful spacious
H.
...., : home in Orange Park Saturday
'I
., Mumma Evening. This was the first
i VF-11 Mrs. William
.' : : : t : :... ; . .
'" : ('" week to the Red Ripper of Jacksonville that The "New Skipper1'is
9. t, S ', Mrs. DeanLasiterand aboard. Mrs. Gray chose for
,. five children, Mrs.JimmieKock, the evening, a long turquoise slim
; and four children, Mrs. B. F. Hawaii dress with slits up the
Resher have officially joined sides. It was a wonderful party!

VF-11. N. A. S. JacksonvilleThe
S VF-14 Sunday September 14th
'TN Fourteen of the Enlisted Mens Dessert Cookbook, published -

Wives of the Tp'Hatters held, by the. Ja.cksonvllleOfflce'rs
Wives Club, Mrs.HarryB.
a picnic at Cecil Field. Twenty-
Stott Is the cookbook Chairmanand
eight children turned out to be
JAciliv really great. Mrs.Lionel Ames, may be contacted by calling
the skippers wife, was a guest 389-7711, 'Ext. 329. Mrs. Spots
is so enthusiastic and Is mostcha'rmln
for the outing. Mrs. W. E.
cj Martin, the Leading Chief's Wife, when discussing this
'". organized the meeting. wonderful book. Christmas i 1-:

,- )9 .. . Po< "- f.. L.VF-174 Gray heldCan Cdr.'Inforntilcocktail&! Mrs. Gordop ,,:-coming' :jgtft and: t."this- for would your make Navy a.lovely

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Movieslevies Club Schedules


[ will be shown regularly ."._u __ _
p.m., Monday through Satur- UctUU Music this Friday favorite music, with March
NATTC will have two teatimes night will be provided by Bobby Wilson and the Redcoats taking
2 p.m. and 7 p.m., King. Saturday's band will be over the spotlight on Saturday.
Saturdays and Sundays. a mystery band so why not come Game,
The night is
out to see who it will be. every Wednesday. Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing
pital will have one feature Monday USO NOTES, 318 North Ocean 4724 Company,
unday at 7 p.m. is Steak Cook-out night on the Street Special events this week Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
Patio. For the later than Tuesday for publication the '
gourmet Tuesday's include following Thursday.
Ul Back
evening movies at Cecil a to School Hop
foreign dish Is German. Ads arriving too late for this d.adlin.'will be
published the
Id begin 7 tommorow with
| at p.m. Thesees Saturday being
During the summer a Patio Band Boy Meets Girl 'following week unless. the publisher is instructed otherwise.
,are subject to change. Night. Vesperson
will be featured every Wednesday Sunday will be at the Grace A check or money order for the full cost of' the ad must be
Thursday, 'September 76 Chapel Parish. Monday will received WITH the copy for the ad.
US Fluffy-Tony Randall CPO Dancing this Friday feature a Get Acquainted Party. DO NOT SEND CASH
night at the Chief's Club, Bldg. RATE: Minimum
rley Jones Y 1 charge ((3 lines/.12.00)
JATTC Soldier In the Rain- Sam 593, will Ross be to the music of Per additional line ((4 words per line)/, . 0.50
and
on Saturday
ve Queen, Jackie Gleason
to the John "
Arnold
4". Lunchesare
Hospital Girl .l Happy-Elvis featured daily. - ....
e sley, Sh e ley'19? ''res'' ACEY
DUCEY
CLUB -_The
:Field -,,5ki ba't'tyPrankiealoe
,
Deborah, : music of the Mark Castle' l t mbo ORTEGA HILLS: House for'rent MUST SELLI! whit JJ 59 Im {la
Walley will provide the dancing tunes 4 BR, 2BVirge DR, DEN/ with Convertible Truly "fir$1{flar"

Friday, September 17 this Friday with Phil Cay and the fireplace bit in kit, $165. mo, condition. New paint top-tires,
Chantels on Saturday. March 7347 Coral Sea Rd. or 3874593. A/T. Call ext. 8618 or 264-
AS Brainstorm Jeffrey Wilson and the Redcoats will be 9920.
nter, Anne Francis featured Sunday. Don't forget N HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 BR, 2B,
ATTC Fluffy-Tony Randall, game night every Sunday and sep. DR, paneled, fam. room, 63 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE 'sportscar
rley Jones Tuesday. 1 gr LR, Onega Hills,388-9756, bright yellow, clean, fast.
iospital Soldier in the Rain- BLUEJACKETS INN A new bar in kit.BRAND $950. Call Cliff at 356-0741
fve McQueen, Jackie Gleason group will be presented at the
Field Straight Jacketn club tonight The Holiday NEW VW 1500 sta. wag, HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT:
Crawford, Diane Baker featuring Claudette. Phil Cay 30 mil to gal, a delight to drive Ortega Hills 3BR, 2B, Fla/rm

Saturday, 'September 18 and the Chantels will be on hand amer equip, ph. Lt. Cmdr. I toff gar, corn lot, fncd yd, near
Friday and Sunday provide your 7441746. NAS, low dwn payment 3841767.
NAS MirageGregory Peck

ane Baker Army Band ToBe '..A..Yu MI, i ( 1 CREDIT UNION REPOSSION: UNIFORMS TAILORED very
ATTC Brainstorm-Jeffrey Ir rt1 1 I* N' l 1964 VALIANT 2dr, R&H, power reasonable 2 day service, will
inter, Anne Francis steer, 4 on the floor, 13,000 pick up 7710253.
[Hospital Fluffy-Tony Ran- At lax CivicAuditorium miles, clean original car, $1695.
111, Shirley JonesC. TRAILER FOR RENT,Jax Hgts,
Field Girl HappyElvisesley frLAII6WW FOR SALE OR LEASE: Viet clean, 2BR, 1 1/2B, private

Shelley Fabares A Nam orders, must sell or lease country lot, 388-0271.

Sunday, 'September 19 The world famous U. S. Army t, Y: 3BR, 2B, Huntington Park home. OLD NORMANDY 6727 Cherbourg -
Field Band of Washington, D. C., Family room & fireplace 2 car Ave. N., C/B 3BR, 2B,
[NAS ZuluStanley Baker, will present a concert at the garage. Lease $180. mo. See bit-in RIO, Near elem & Jr,
ck Hawkins Jacksonville Civic Auditorium 3921 Lane Ave South or call
High Schools, conv NAS, Cecil.
I NATTC Mirage- Gregoryeck on September 27th at 8 p.m. 7715582.
[ Diane Baker The public is cordially invitedto Buy equity and assume :$75.50
Hospital BrainstormJeffreyunter attend the free concert of one PRIVATE TRAILER LOT for mo. pymts, can be re-financed

Anne Francis of the finest musical organizations O rent, fully equipped, comb store if desired.
C. Field Soldier In the Rain- in America. Under the room & utility rm, 6338 Wood-
eve McQueen: Jackie Gleason direction of Lt. Colonel RobertL. man Dr. 7715745. ORANGE PARK New unfurn2BR
Bierly, the 100-member band 13I Apt, bit-in elec kit, terrazzo
Monday, 'September 20 will perform selections that HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT, firs, $85. 2646884.
J
NAS Blood and Black Lace range from popular to classicaland /.1 .11.1.11..EL. your choice. Select 2,3,4 bed-
ameron Mitchell, Ava Bartok military numbers. rooms. $100. down no closing TURN A PTS--2&3 BR,new,mod,
NATTC Zulu-Stanley Baker, This great band was first costs. Fast move-in. DUKE furn 2653' Dellwood Ave, RIver-
ack Hawkins organized as the Army Ground LOSTUMBO. BKR. 7710374.: side $65. mo. calJEV7-3393.
Hospital MirageGregory Forces Band in 1946. In 1950,
eck, Diane BakerC. it became the U. S. Army Field JEAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE -- FOR SALE
3 Bdrm. Den
: ,
Field Fluffy-Tony Rand- Band of Washington with a primary Venetia, 384-3055, trans, ballet, Compt. Furn., Air Cond., Com.
kll, mission of toe, & hula.
Shirley Jones touring grass- tap Screened, Large Filtered Swim-
.
roots communities of the U. S.
ming Pool 6919 Sonora Dr. N.
Tuesday, 'September 21 It has played in all 50 Mates.nssre.n 771-7235.
HOMES SALE RENT *

NAS Mutiny on the Bounty- Some no dn, Many $0 $100
Marlon Brando Trever Howard dn. No closing costs. New 2-SEWING MACHINES-2
NATTC Blood and Black HONDAMOTORCYCLES
homes All theX-TRAS
Family
ace-Cameron Mitchell Ava We have TWO 1965 DIAL-O-
artok Rm, Fenced yd.; built-in RIO MATIC, zig zags that have never

I Hospital Zulu-Stanley Baker You name it.. TIMMERMAN been used. They were LAYAWAYS

Jack HawkinsC. ALL .MODELS DmAW ffiOO1/UNS/ jJrsenfS RLTY BRKR! 771-2792: and771186L never picked .up, customers -
Field Brainstorm-Jeffrey ; left'area We are unable -.
Hunter, Anne Francis NOTHING DOWNWe to locate them, you can have
Patti
; "QukeBiW& .w these'machines for the balanceof
Wednesday, 'September 22 Give Merchants Green Stamps $47., each, cash or terms.
FOR SALE -3 BR home close
Phone 353-1946
anytime, will deliver -
NAS Clarence, The Cross- OPEN 8A.M.8 P.M. : to NAS $100 down, $50 month. no''obligations. Will take
yed Lion-Marshall Thompson MON.- FRI. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- dlder machine as trade A-l Sewing -
Betsy Drake 8A.M.-6P.M. SAT. 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. Machine Company.
NATTC Mutiny on the Bounty- 1P.M.-5 P.M. SUN.

Marlon Brande, Trever Howard MOTORS & CYCLES I TECHMCOCDR1 Ul jiijirs 4

Hospital Blood and Black Starts FRIDAY!
ace Cameron Mitchell Ava 4949 Blanding Blvd.

Jartok C. Field Mirage-Gregory PH 771-8244 V FLORIDA JOIN WOW NOW '

'eck, Diane Baker'HEGUM1b'K6EP

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JAX MARINES ?' s )

GySgt. Joel Ferguson

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PROMOTION SCOOP Office, Bldg. 572Detachment
; The Marine Corps announcedthat Supply Cpl.J.W.
253 Gunnery Sergeants sel- Payne Det Supply Office, Bldg.

ected for promotion by the recent 574
selection board will be AE School MSgt' L. E. Greg-
16. erson Marine Liason Office,
promoted on September
Twenty-nine First Sergeantswill Bldg. 512
have an August 1 date of AO School -GySgt R.J.Domett
w.fi rank and thirty will have a Sep- Jr. Marine' Liason Office, Bldg.

.: tember 1 date. 411MFC
.': .. There will be 97 Master Ser- GySgt D. A. Hopkins, <
.. geants with a date of rank of MMFC' School Office, Bldg. 610 NEW CO LtCoi. Len rew E.
: 'n For further information contact Lovett, decorated veteran of
?. August 1 and 97 to rank from
September 1. your representative. Let's World/ / War /II/, Korea and 24
C. R. MILLER, Hospital Corpsman Chief, demonstrates/ the All 253 will be promoted for try for 10000 this year. years Marine Corps service,
Flash Blindness Trainer assigned to Aviation Pyysiology pay purposes on September 16. has relieved LtCol./ Lloyd B.
Training Unit at Cecil Field. This is the second of six unitsin The Marine Corps also ann- NATIONAL MATCHESThe Dochterman as Commanding
the Navy. ounced that the board to select Officer, Marine Air Reserve
Sergeants to Staff Sergeant is United States Marine Training Detachment, Jackson
scheduled to convene October Corps' National Rifle and Pistol
ville. LtCol. Dochterman
H. L. NEWELL 15 instead of in January as pre- Team compiled a record of nine to Jacksonville University reported -
viously announced. individual and three team
championships in the recently Sept. 1, to obtain his degree
USN/RET CUTTING/ SCORES completed 1965 National Matchesat under the Marine Corps

Cutting scores for promotion Camp Perry, Ohio. college degree program. A native -
WOULD LIKE ALLOF from corporal to sergeant were Sergeant Gilmer R. Murdockset Camden, S. C., LtCol.
announced last week by. Head- a new match record in the Lovett reported here from the
HIS FRIENDSTO quarters Marine Corps. National individual Rifle compe- office of the Chief of Naval/

They are: 01/155; 02/133; tition with a final score Operations at the\ Pentagon in
VISIT HIM AT 03/123; 04/132; 08/128; 11/166; of 250/33v. Colonel Walter R. Washington.When .
13/151 14/158 15/154 Walsh took top honors twice as
; ; ; 18/149;
21/171; 23/144; 25/150; 28/136; he captured the Senior Division asked if the Reservesare
30/168; 31/150; 32/ 162; 33/185; Rifle and the Senior Division READY? Col. Lang said,
ROBERTS CHEVROLET 34/130; 35/154; 36/157; 40/137; Pistol Matches.' "absolutely, why some Reserves
41/153; 43/137; 46/145; 55/151; Marine winners in the pistol have over 4,000 hours in heli-
57/143; 59/135; 64/174; 65/179; events were Staff Sergeant copters. Many are working for
AND OLDSMOBILEGreen 66/137; 67/134; 68/133; 70/135; Richard C. VanCott ((296/21x), the helicopter companies, both
and 71/165. .45 Caliber Preliminary;Colonel pilots and enlisted. They are
Cove Springs FloridaPH. According to official sources Walsh ((2573/80x), SeniorDivision certainly favorably influencing'
the effective date for all appointments Champion; and the USMC our young Marines who have
will be Blue Team ((1183/63x), .22 Cali-
284-3033 JAX 264-9600 Thursday, just joined helicopters.
Sept. 16 with date of rank from ber Team Championship. "We average six Reserve units
Sept. 1. Pay and allowances In the smallbore rifle events each summer and I'd like to have
will accrue from Scot. 16. the lone Marine winner was 12 if it could be arranged,"
Sergeant Ray H. Green who won. Col. Lang added.
P 88 FUND DRIVE the 100 Yard Metallic Sight MAG-26 is located at the
Marine Aviation Detachment Match with a score of 399/30v. Marine' Corps Air Facility, New
kicked-off their fund drive for Marine winners in the High River, N. C. IIMM-765 originally
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. the 1966 Jacksonville Area Power Rifle Events were Staff was scheduled to train at Santa
Combined Federal Campaign Sergeant Eric R. England ((100/ Ana, Calif. and aboard the USS
Monday. For the informationof 17)), Leech Cup; Lance Corporal VALLEY FORGE, but had their
vni- personnel in the MAD area Karl W. Schmidt ((100/14v), orders changed a short time
$ the Fund Drive Chairman will Marine Corps Cup; Lance before their scheduleed depart-
j \ I'IT : # be Capt. C. T. Knight, assistedby Corporal Carlos N. Hatcock,
a1 Sgt. R. H. Bergeron. Key Wimbledon Cup; Corporal Daniel ure.All of the pilots qualified for
.S Men for the various schools and Sanchez ((100/19v), Army Cup; carrier duty by making six land-
u ''support activities are as follows. Sergeant Murdock ((250/33v), ings and take-offs from the air-
Headquarters Company Cpl. National Trophy individual; craft carrier USS GUAM while
W. P. Yacca Det PersonnelAO Colonel Walsh ((780/52v), Senior some five miles off the coast
j Division Champion; USMCCrimson of N. C.The .
Team ((597/82v), Herrick local Reserve helicopterunit
Trophy Team Match; and the left Jacksonville for their
USMC Eastern Team ((1237)), annual summer training August
.'q fY,4 r'-k' AY. ry National Trophy Infantry Team 22nd and returned September

Match. 4th.Their
schedule has had the

SILVER LEAFCongratulations squadron flying troops lifts,
making rough terrain landings,
external cargo carries, and night
are in order flying. Many of the enlisted men
I cLBRI for Major James W. Laseter, are attending advanced helicopter
I BR2 MARTD Executive Officer,whose schools.As .
c selection for promotion to for their daily routine
I : ,
lieutenant
colonel was disclosed Captain Joe Shirley, HMM-
B ,f c cl Sept. 3 in a release from Head- 162's Maintence Officer, the host
f quarters Marine Corps. Accord- squadron for MAG-26, best
8 BR3 ing to the release, the Secretary summed it up when he said,
of the
Navy approved for the
"These Reserves are fine, just
UR President the selection of 262
fine. We mixed them right in
: Marine Corp majors lor with our regulars and made no
CP L promotion to lieutenant colonel. distinction between the two. If
i COV. D ACTION/ The entire flying The selection board went into it hadn't been for HMM-765's
PATIO 1 I strength! of five U.S. Marine session Aug. 10."JUST. mechanics, we couldn't have
jet squadrons was thrown into met our committments aboard
Model B3Standing | | supporting ground forces of FINE" the USS GUAM.:

Operation Starlite, the most t "The only thing we have done,
in the
dining kitchen
area or Mother can view tn MARINE CORPS AIR FACILITY is when Reserve
children playing in this model's covered patio or 'mall the'aromcof successful.American action a- NEW RIVER, N. C......... put a a Reserve pilot crew is flyingwe chief
f Dad's T-Bonei on a charcoal fire. Stir in 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths gainst the Viet Cong to date. "They've done wonderfully. I'd aboard his bird. This
and you have a family menu. Often, the Phantom Skyhawk like to have more and keep these have kept 1l L\t-765'5team-work way we
jets would, return to their air- longer." These were the wordsof going And this is all importantin
: :
: Ezaza..zEt: : strips at DoNang or Chu Lai Colonel F. C. Lang, combat."

enough to reload Commanding Officer, Marine' Capt. Shirley
only long completed his
;: HOME: : : BUILERS: nsro: bombs. Fitting a 500-pounder Aircraft Group 26, the MarineCorps' praise of the Reserves on

onto a Phantom are, from left, East Coast Helicopter summer training by a saying,
You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience Sgt. John B. Harris, Cpl. Robert command, as he commented on "again it's worked just fine all
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) Jacksonville's Marine Air Reserve summer with all the Reserve
Ralston and in the
W.
rear, Helicopter squadron lI t\-' units that have visited us. I'd
I'I LCpl. Richard G. Wright and 765's summer training maneuver be glad to go into combat 'with
I Pic. Charles A. Isenhour. with his unit. any of the Reserve quadroll ."



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Navy Golf Team Last; l S P O R 300-yard game passing in the history performancesper of the

I 1 National Football League belongsto

Commander Peck Wins All-Service Title 1. What major league base- whom?ANSWERS


."", "., ". .'..... ','.'..'. ball tional player walks received'during 33 the inten-1957 1. The 33 intentional passes
Navy golfers finished last in ? were given to Ted Williams of
the team competition of the \ season the Boston Red Sox that year.It .
; 2. During the 1064 season
) is a major league record.
record shattering All-Service : NAVY SPORTSOPEN ... how many day and night games
2. The "Amazin' Mets" lost
Golf Tournament at MCAS Cherry : ; did the New York Mets lose?
,
: 56 day and 53
N. C., last week but .... games night gamesin
Commander Point Ed Peck salavagedsome '::::::::::::'.:.:.:::.:::.::::::.,:::::::::::::::::;::;::::::;:::;::::;::::::,::::;,':::'.':.. ,.'..:,,:,:.;::/::::,:.:::'::.,: .,.,:::'..,:".:.;.:....:':.:\::::.:::'..;.;.:.:::..:::::.::.:.:.::.::::::::':'":: 3. What National League team '64.
lost a triple-header to the Pittsburgh -
reputation for Navy Pirates Sept. 1,1890? 3. The Brooklyn Dodgers.
when he the Seniors DIVISION RESULTS 4. Quarterback Johnny Unitasof
coped
golfers 4. More than 10 of all
Division title. Capt. W. L. Simmons 74-71-67-70-282 Air Force percent the Baltimore Colts.
A1C W. M t. Barfield
77-71-73-72-293 Air Force
Cmd. Peck fired rounds of
SP4 N. Starks 73-72-73-76-294 Army
74-77-76-74 under near ideal- Cpl. C. F. Lewis.III!!! 77-71-74-72-294 Marine
golfing weather to finish at 301 SSGT. O. J. Moody 74-75-72-74-295 Army
foe Jbe. .tournament and two SN D. L. Bollman 75-7J-76-73-297 Navy
&t, +:WXNM$!*;Army's 1st. Lt. D. C. Clark 74-71-73-79-298 Army
Lieutenant Colonel C. R. SGGT. E. P. Percival 12-15-75-76--298 MarineLt.
Knowles! temperatures at the (.TG) F. S. Schroeder 77-80-72-72--301 Navy WYMOpTHSALL
Cherry Point course were iri the SP4 D. R. West 75-76-74-76.1-301> Army
high seventies and a mild breeze L/Cpl. F. Uybungco 78-75-74-75--301 Marine
blew in off nearby Neuse River. Lt (jg) R. H. Wittig 75-78-73-77--303 Navy
Cpl. L. Carroll 75-76-77-76--304 Marine 1I'
Air Force Captain Warren T/Sgt. G. A. Lanning 76-74-77-76--304 Air Force
Simmons from the Air Force A2C J. R. Robinson 74-76-73-81--304 Air Force
Academy and Airman First W. Pfc. A. 0. Krueger 78-73-15-79--305 Army
M. Barfield teamed up to take Pfc. J. R. Child 78-77-75' 76-306 MarineSN MUST
the first tWQ places in the Open R. F. Lockett 79-72-80-77--308 Navy
Division and pace the Air Forceto AMCS A. B. Miller 78-80-79-73-310 Navy irDon't -
a four stroke win over the M/Sgt. II. C. Miracle 72-79-19-80--310 Air Force


Army.Capt. Simmons put a sub-par SENIOR DIVISION RESULTS I')I

70 on his score card for the final Cmdr. E. .M. Pecl 74-77-76-74--301 Navy
day to finish the Interservice Lt. Col. C. R. Knowles 76-74-76-77--303 Army
play with a tournament breaking Cmdr. J. W. Kinder 77-75-77-80--309 Marine
record 282. His scores for M/Sgt. A. D. Occhialini 77-81-76-75--309 Army
the first three days of play were CM/Sgt. J. G. Varner 78-79-78-81--316 Air Force
747167. Capt.Simmons earned Capt. J. M. Ireland 80-81-78-78--3.17 Navy bi Foolid. by Gimmicks
the title of best military golferby CWO F. Modic 77-79-R2-79- Navy
CAN undirsill
DOES 1
finishing six strokes under par Lt. Col. C. M. Busbee 76-83-83-79--321 Army Nobody Nobody
for the Tournament. Col. D. T. Smith 84-79-85-76--324 Air Force
Maj. E. C. Clark 85-79-80-81--325 Air Force
Cmdr. L. B. Cochran 83-80-80-85--328 Marine CLAYTON 1 REVELSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
Barfield was 11 strokes back, Col. B. W. McLean 88-86-81-78--333 Marineto
in second place, at 293.
In the team standings the Air JOWC Golf SeasonThe
Force finished with a 1183, the finish the best of any of the
Army was second at 11871, the Navy entries in the Open Division.Lt Jacksonville Officers GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA,
Marine Corps was in third witha ,
1198 and the Sea Service in (jg) R. II. Wittig had a 303 Wives Club will open its golf
and R. F. Lockett 308. Al season with a coffee gathering
last with 1209.AllNavy a
Miller, the only Jax golfer "in tomorrow at the NAS JaxOfficer's Drive a little-Save a lot
the Interservice competition,hada Club, at 10 a.m.
open champion Dave 310. All new interested golfers are
Bollman could muster only a invited to attend. For reserva- only I 20 min. so. of HAS on hwy. 17Phone
tie for sixth place as he finished Two Navy golfers Captain M. tions call Betty Williss, 384-
15 strokes back at 297. Ireland, and CWO F. Modic tied
2878 or Marianne Klahn at EV9-
for sixth in the Seniors Jax 2646555HALF
Bollman fired 75-73-76-73-297, place 7711, Ext. 439.
Division with 317's.County .

New Fish Management Area Established


I At Jacksonville Fish And Game Meet If II '

II'f k
TALLAlIA$?EE--One new fish and prohibited the use of \ ,. '
:
management area was established air boats in the Fisheat ing Creek
at the meeting of the Game Wildlife Management Area in the
and Fresh Water Fish Com- Glades County. I
mision in Jacksonville August The Commission recieved reports f '
27. The new area Koon Lake, on the fishing Improvement i II I
i is located in Lafayette County. programs on Lake Tsala ApaKa I
The Commission also authorized and Lake Griffin and a progress t FARE
the advertisement of three additional report on the construction of a
fish management areas for fishing lake on the Pioneer Park :'
action at the next meeting. The recreation area inUardee County
three areas to be considered are and agreed to participate in the i.
Lake Griffin in Lake County and developement of Hillsborough '
Fox and South Lake in Brevard Canal Recreation facility in Palm
County.The Beach County. ON YOUR NEXT LEAVE
the Commission
Commission also established In other action
construction contract
a wildlife refuge in awarded a
Osceola County which will be usedto for an addition to the Commissions PROVIDE ONE COPY OF YOUR FURLOUGH OR LEAVE
produce wild turkeys for trapping -
and restocking on publichunt- Everglades region office ORDERS WHEN YOU PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS
ing areas. The refuge is on located at West Palm Beach.
private property and not avail- Established: :> a two phase hunting
PURCHASE TICKETS AND TRAVEL IN UNIFORM
for ducks, coot,and geeseto
able for public hunting. The Commission season:
through
24
also established a bird open November
sanctuary in Pinellas County, December 6 and December 18 TRAVEL ON A SPACE AVAILABLE BASIS
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40-Lap Feature At LUMN LEFTBy

J ax SpeedwayThe
Dave Colby
feature race at the Jack-
sonville Speedway last Saturday
night has been termed by spect- story in a aowntown paper came as welcome news.
ators as one of the best of the an ex-Navy chief that is probably the straightest
current racing season.The event, has ever had. ? _
\ a 40-lap affair, featured track may not be Koufax. Then he bogged downat
champion David Ezell battling birds with a shot- 21 and it took the perfect gameto
Eldon Yarbourgh for the lead he used to but the make the 22 mark.
through the first 24 laps. "n and skeet shooter What we wonder is if Drysdaleis
the 25th lap, Ezell wrecked putting a new phase of worth half a million to Japanese
him out of the race an. career. Ken has baseball what would Koufax
leaving Yarbourgh to breeze coach the United bring?
home the winner ahead of Rod and Trap Shooting- Just what big Don would do in
Ulenfield. be firing in the Japan wasn't quite clear. It
This Saturday night's schedulehas in Chili seems obvious he would.col1Jinue
another 40 lap for the feature two months. to pitch, ,but Drysdale, ,tohb is
event, along with two heat time in the Navy pushing :30: ; 'yews, ;Balked,about
races and a consolation race. every scatter- managing. Baseball in Japan
The'first' race gets underwayat service gives. comes close to becoming the
8:00 p.m. Track officials Navy man to hold nation's number one sport, if it
expect 18 to 20 cars to be enter Shooting Badge. isn't already.One .

ed in the feature event. TOP 'SNOT. Master Sergeant competition he thing that Is for certain,
congratulations from Major/ / ( ) Olympic Gold the Dodgers aren't about to cut
was an eight loose with their next best
for being the high Army of the All-Ameri- prospect for becoming a 20
WESCONNETTFURNITURE dividual Rifle match at Camp Perry game winner.
the Association of the United be meeting some Another American baseball
Co. complishments in the match. Chili. In the 1962 blockade is Commissioner Ford
-Shoot ing Frick, who it doesn't seem will
this country was be willing to let Drysdale go or
5326 Wesconnett Blvd. at 103rd CPO Proves going into to expand the International
of shooting. Ken League as far west as Japan.
NEW & USED TV man to shoot for But then what's
to stop Drys-
SETS & FURNITURE Over 30 Not and had to hit a dale if he wants to leave American
if the U. S. was to baseball? If the story so far
EASY CREDIT Judging from the recent country did as is true, if the offet the Japanesehave
performance of 35yearoldChief out of 25. made is as much as the
FREIGHT SALVAGE Petty Officer Donald F. onceagainthat the papers have stated, why wouldn't
Rose, Amphibious Base, Coro- WOW'C his team ne pack-up and kiss the U. S.
REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS nado, Calif., military athletesover come from the good-by for good.
30 are not washed course we are
yet up. The potential for a huge
GALORE! He won 12th place in the to the coaching financial battle is there. What
that Ken
we hope
individual
standings in the recent -
the Dodgers willing counter
COME IN AND BROWSE six-nation CISM Naval Chili.shooting for this the Japanese offer with is
Pentathlon .competition, held
at
probably be a little more thanthis
HOURS 9 AM 7
PM the
Norwegian Naval Academy Angeles papers, year's $75,000 pay check. The
PHONE 771-0750 in Haakonsvern.As rest of the country, American Football League may
coach of the U. S. entry to get the story seem to have troubles with the
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tor pitcher Don comes to getting the, playersbut
Met Marina week the Dodgers baseballs troubles are
; ( Sandy Koufax, reaching international propor-
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AND BOATYARD four no-hitters. tions.
I The situation goes back further
MERCURY SALES & SERVICE l had had a long than just the Drysdale offer and,
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He has pulled the team out of
team will meet some tight pitching spots in
and Friday, relief. Last year, Murakami'sfirst
at the indoor with the Giants, he was one
of five National League pitchersto
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SEPTEMBER: I 16, JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE 15


I Little Difference Seen In First Week Of Major/ FootballIn j


the first week of major day last week and Informed the -
college football the Air NewsAfterburners / staff that they could out-do any-
board of experts one at the guessinggame,including PredictionsGAME
have concluded that few of the their former dividion officer

football, openers are bafflers.A Lt. (jg) II.D. Ard. POSTAL SWECKER STAFF I
quick scanning of the sel- We all know that this is a QUINTERO CLERKS ARD
ections show that the paper's mouthfull because Mr. Ard is ,
staff, composed of three football last year's champion prognost- Army vs Tennessee. TeM. Tenn. Army Army Army

savvywriterswillbetheonly icator and this year's staff is
predictors to bat 1000 percent. somewhat improved withtheaddition -
The reasoning behind the perfect of Lt. (jg) C.O. McCauleyand Michigan V5 N. C. Micta. Mich.. .Mich.. Mich. ,Mich.
mark is the KentuckyMissourigame. the departure of Lt. (jg) "
JJ. Mays, Mr. Mays
was a
The other four experts choosethe loyal Tennessee fan and had to Minn vs S. Cal. S. Cal. S. Wildcats but due to past back his alliance.
experience, and some hot inside This year the staff has to go
sources' fft' >rfi1heBluegrass State against Tennessee in their opener:: Navy vs Syracuse Syr Syr. ,. ,, '.",' ". Syr. Syr. Syr.. ..
,
.
'it
.. .
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'.t .t
staff l1 concluded that the with t 1' "t 'It. ,
the Mules are as'stubborn as ever From Army.Jax Roger Ouftiterofrom 't 4:.: :+:.:.:, '/??;; :. .,' ': J I'-'
field. N. Dame \'s Cal. N. Dame, N. Dame".I,8.': "';":'" N: Dame N. Dame N..Dame'
football
the FICEUR has '
on made the 12
'
Two postal clerks from Cecil first week choices and will be : : :I ,., :/ ::.< ,
Field, Charlie Pringle and Carl the permanent predictor from Alabama vs Georgia Ala. Ala. :'" : 'i 'Ala. Ala. Ala.
Corbin, stopped in the office one that base. Quintero is a regular ,Ryr .
football follower. lie likes
Cecil FieldSports the Volunteers over Army and Oregon vs Pitt. Ore. Ore. Pitt. Pitt. Pitt.i ,
Oregon over Pitt's Black Pan- -',

ShortsCecil thers.This weeks guest from Jax Wash. St. vs Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa "

is Johas Swecker, a second class ,
yeoman that handles Tax's officer
Field has a record ,. ,
'
number of entries in it's fall records. Florida vs N' western Fla. Fla. ';.Fla. : Fla. Fla. 1
golf league. ;

Station departments and squad- Jax Takes From
rons at Cecil have put 24 teams Ga. Tech vs Vanderbilt Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech
into the two division Blue and
Gold League. VF-174, VFP62 Dairy QueenIn
VA-46, VA-44. AMD and
Weapons have each put two last week Invitational Air Force vs Wyoming Wy. Wy. Wy. Wy. Wy.

teams into the competition.Play Scratch Bowling League at Jax's
started yesterday and will Central Lanes the station team
run until Nov. 24. The matchesare won two points from the League's* Missouri vs Kentucky Key. Key. Key. Key. Mo.
single round robbin with Dairy Queen entry.
the winner of the Blue Divisionwill Sam Caruso of Jax took both LACK OP A GOOV gEA50NI
meet the winner of the Gold the high game and series honors I=ORD N -
Division for the station champ- with a 236 and a 607 for the night. 15 A GOOD REA50N \J McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
Ionship. Jax won the first game, 912- FOR NOT DOING IT
832, dropped the second 953-956,
**************************** and came back to take the final,

949,890. AGENCY INC.
The Annual Cecil Field Golf This year's team is being MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
Tournament gets under way on sponsored by Special Services. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
Oct. 9, with golfers having until
ALL AGES- RANKS. DRIVING RECORDS
Oct. 31 to qualify. This gives
Cecil Field Bowling
duffers four weekends. The SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS 22's FILED
Naval Air Station Office Naval Station Office
tourney is open to all military
personnel stationed or basedat MONDAY EARLY WON LOST 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road
Cecil. Megs Tecks 32 12 Jacksonville Fla. Atlantic Beach Fla.
Crash 28 12 Phone 388-7676 Phone 249. 649

**************************** Blackbirds 28 12
Security 24 16
Intramural football started A. G. 13 27
Tuesday at Cecil Field and will
continue through December. A
seventh entry was added when WEDNESDAY EARLY WON LOST
VFP-62 decided to field a team. Hellrazors #1 26 14
Special Slobs 25 15 a
**************************** CommisaryHellrazors 22 18 / /
#2 20 20

Imremural tennis has a Sept. CommuncatorsThunderbirds 21 23
29 deadline for entries. Play 20.5 23.5 '. / / P
starts on Oct. 4. Athletic Yellowwater 9.5 30.5
Director Tom McGriff at Cecil
Field reminds netrers that it only
takes three field MONDAY SCRATC11' WON LOST
: men to a team. co "w
VFP-62 22 5 n l 4 4i
**************************** Hornets (VA-44 41)) 19 5 \
VA-44 #2 18 9
Entries for fall intramural GEMD 16 8
bowling must be turned in by Blackbirds 14 10
Sept. 29. The number of leagueswill GSE 16 8
depend on the number of Skyhawks 7 17

entries. Photo 6 18 ____
Supply 5 19
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The fall meeting of the Fla. -
Ga. Interservice League will be tJy # -
c BRh ki 1l I ..
held in the Cecil Field Gym; on E t:
Sept. 30. This meeting will be
to elect new officials: and discuss ,y .J JJJOZ
the 1965-66 sports program.
OdJOJOO
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Cecil Field athletes are remInded -
that there are 1,485 t
baskets and locks at the gym l ;
nnnnr CLA.RSvn I :
which may be used to stow gearIn. /
These baskets are free of Jaoltsonville1O37 '

charge and may be checked out. R 1 : 1 tUJlPtilVJlWlPillffi:

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JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER': s' \ 16,


Duck Hunting Season Split 1 .'. ;
f\'i1.K1: \ ;


First Phase Opens On Nov. 24 ',','.',',


TALLAHASSEE--Florida will open at 12:00 noon, November all open waters'of Banana River
hunters will have a two phase 24 and continue through Creek south to State Road 520;
season for ducks,coots and geese December 18 and continue all open waters of Tampa Bay;
during 196566. The first phase through January 9. ill open waters of the Indian
Daily shooting hours will be River from Shiloh south to the
t .; from sunrise to sunset excepton bridge on the State Road 51C
,:, on the November 24 opening at Melbourne; all open waters of
: when hunting will begin at 12:00noon. Mo from Oak Hill
ric to State: Load 402.
The daily bag limit on ducks Leon County will be open to
duck,- and coot hunting on
other than mergansers is four goose
and may not include more of the Wednesdays, Saturdays,Sundays, x .
.u .,. following species than: (a) two opening days and holidays:>> only.
w. wood ducks; (b) two mallards; According to W. 13. Copeland, -s--p.-
(c) two canvasbacks. Daily bag Chairman _Game and Fresh :
limit for geese will be two. Water Fists Commission, this i is .
,Dally bag for coots will be ten the first time Florida has sel-
A with a total possession limit of ected a split hunting season:; for ClDArTmtLS
migratory waterfowl. SHOPPI G CENTER

20.The limit on American, red- Copeland said,"111e season for BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
31(. breasted and hooded mergansers, the selection of the two phase 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
in the aggregate of these species, season is to take full advantageof
) are five daily and ten in the latest possible hunting 65 MONZA COUPE. . . . . .$2295
possession of which not more dates allowed by the U. S. Fish 4-speed, R & H, silver blue with blue interior, many
than one daily and two in posses- and Wildlife Service and still extras.
sion of which not more than continue the traditional Thanksgiving
one daily and two in possessionmay 'hunt at the opening of 65 CORSA COUPE . . . . .52495
i1 L1PrA be hooded mergansers. the season. The closed dates 4-speed trans., 180 HP Eng., R & H, solid maroon with
: Duck hunters south of State will coincide with a time when white interior, many more extras.
Road 50 will be allowed to have the moon is full. The hunting 64 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONVERTIBLE. $2395
four Florida ducks in their total sates, are ''during a dark phase
auto/trans.
V-8, PS, R & H, solid maroon with black
bag: of four. North of State and generally considered the best
interior WSW.
Road 50 the Florida duck is f9r waterfowl huntfnu.dikw ,

classified along with the mal- 64 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . . .52395
lard and hunters may have no eacowtettRwiit R & H, auto/trans., V-8, PS, factory air, solid white,
more than two in their daily blue interior WSW.

; .l aim 3 34I bag.In the following describedareas < J : 64 GRAND PRIX . . . . . 52995
two scaup ducks may be !F. .. auto/trans., V-8, PS, PB, electric windows, factory air,
taken in addition to the daily silver
blue with white
103rd St.at Wesconnett Blvd. interior.
bag: all open waters of Charlotte -
Harbor area from the bridge We Wire Flowers IMPALA/ SPORTS SEDAN . . . .52395
on U.S. Highway 41 to a line Phone SP'1-3110 or:SP 1-0250 auto/trnns., V-8, PS, R&H, factory. air, solid/ white with
running from Boca Grande Pass Flowers blue interior.
east through Bokeelia to the ,
mainland; all open waters of the fyr,!Every, OccasionVREE 64 FALCON FUTURA . . . . .5/795/
e Guano River Wildlife Manage- DEUVERY auto/trans., 6 cy//., R&H, solid beige with red interior,
-Vie, ment Area in St. Johns County; JEWELL J. SMITH WSW, low, low mileage.

64 VALIANT . . . . . .57395
2 dr., stand. trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid blue, WSW.

PIZZA B4NTRY 64 ENGLISH FORD ANGLIA/ DELUXE.$995

\tl a t 4-speed trans., 6 cyl., heater, solid white with red interior
CROWD PLEASER/ V/VGC/OUJ/ -'- TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM 9,000 miles.
Marilyn Lippman, a 20-year J
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N. Y., accepts plaudits of the/ ;, ; ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI' 3-speed trans., R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior,
extra extra
sharp.
crowd/ before plunging into the J "
pool. fc \ '_ PIZZA... 64 CHEVROLET WAGON . . . .$;895
our specialty" V-8, stand trans., R&H, electric tail gate, WSW, solid
* white with beige interior.
FRANK DERICKSON
Gantt 63 CHEVROLET . . . . . .57395
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been discovered only one year 63 CORVAIR COUPE . . . . .57395
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63 LE MANS SPORTS COUPE . . . .57495
auto/trans., V-8, R&H, bucket seats, solid maroon with
white interior, WSW.

MONEY IN 1 DAY 63 IMPALA SPORTS COUPE . . . .57995
auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, factory air cone/, solid
white with blue interior, WSW.
A '25 600
to 62 GRAND PRIX . . . . . .$1895
N auto-trans., V-8, PS, PB, R&H, solid beige, saddle tan
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE interior, WSW.
RENTALS Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

how much you want. Pick up the cash at your 63 CHEVROLET . . . . . .57295
convenience. Same-day service. % ton pick-up, 6 cyl., standard shift.

MONTH 60 FORD . . . . . . .J895
REPAYMENT PLAN Ji ton pick-up, standard shift, V-8, solid blue.
fI$1 PER
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