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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: June 9, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance,of advertisements in this publication does constitute an ,endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 24 NO. 11 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 9, 1966 I



Call's Out I



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The Navy is once again j
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Operation Deep Freeze, a I

I artica range ,scientific which is program sponsored in II f I

\ the National Science
Li Those who meet all
cations and are selected (
in 1966)) will deploy In
( of 1967. The wintering l j
party will return In )
of 1968. tI
Two specific awards ;I
INSPECTING THE TROOPS for the last time on Friday was granted to men' who may 1
CoY. Wycllffe D. Toole, Jr. (in the lead) as he turned over the this tour: ((1)) the Antarctic
post as Commanding Officer of PatRon Seven to Cdr. AlfredN. vice Medal and ((2)) choice
Fowler (behind Cdr. Toole/ ). Cdr. Toole/ Is headed for the duty station upon )
National War College in Washington, D. C. ) )
Winter/ Over

Fowler RelievesTeole! : The following grades and
signators with qualifications

VP-7 Command Post 'winter indicated- over are party required; 13XX for

(Commanding Officer); /
and below, with
Lt.

, Changes Hands Fri. gical or Lt.experience, GCA or CIC; 13XX

desirable, 110X Lt. and ;
410 X Lt; 510X/570X Lt.
,L. Change of, Command ceremonies were held last Friday at',Patrol below; 849X; '798X, : .
", Squadron Seven's Hangar when.Cdr.. Alfred N. Fowler relleyedCdr,, ,y,Enlisted ratings required '
.. xWycliffe D,>Toole7r."as Commanding Officers the winter over program ; :
f Rear Adm. Alfred A. Matter, elude: ET/ETN/ETR; RM,. ,
{ Commander Fleet Air Wings, ,PN, ,SK, DK, CS, SHi j J
W / "U* ,S. Atlantic Fleet, was the Deadline Near SN, EM. 1C, EN DC1' BT, I
s,;. .' principle speaker at the 11 a.m. SF, FN, CE, CM EA. EO 1
ceremonies. "For EleventhCarfoonC'fesf SW, UT CN, AG, AB, ABF, ,
Pill HM and DT.
* Cdr. Toole
- Persons In the above 2)I
f Cdr. Toole Joined VP-7 Injulyof ": gories will spend ; I
1963 and filled the billets of' one year In the Antarctic ;
All Navy personnel on active ;
Officer and Executive
Operations duty and their dependents are VX-6 Officers 1)J ; r
Officer for the squadron prior to eligible to enter the 11th All ; '
assuming command InMayof last Navy Cartoon Contest which is For duty with ,Air
year, now In ment Squadron Six (VX-6),
process. ;
He has received orders to report Comic cartoons to be acceptable following grades and
for duty as a student at the must have a Navy themeor with the experience indicated I
' National War College In Washington : background must be In good required: 13XX Cdr. and
: D. C. His wife Jane and taste and must be suitable for with experience in C-117
their three childrenwlll accompany general use. They .must be In 46A C-121 C-130 or C-47 ;
li him. black Ink on 8" x 10 1/2" white 132X Lt. and below
* Cdr. Fowler paper or Illustration board, and aerial navigators; 31XX
sent to the Chief of Naval. Per- and below; 711X;; 741X; l
; Cdr. Fowler hasbeenthesquadron's sonnel, 680X Lt/Ltjg; and 685 /
Executive Officer
: A contestant may enter as many
since joining PatRon Seven In VX.6 Enlisted
r cartoons as desired but each entry -
l March of 1965. He makes his must contain the following It Is estimated that 25
home' In Jacksonville with his Information and statements sec- will be selected and three
. wife Katie and their four child- urely attached ,directly to the these will be assigned to :,
r ren. New XO back of the entry: winter -over party.The
((1)) Full name of originator; enlisted ratings are
. Cdr. John R. Swadener pre- ((2)) Rate/grade; (3)) Service/file RM. CYN PN YN, SK, DK, '
viously CO of the Flag Administration number (4) Duty station; ((5)) JO. SN, AD. ADJ,ADR,AT,
Unit of ComFairJax, Is Name of hometown-and home-. .ABH,,ABF.f :AE.AMAMS
. now the squadron's Executive town'newspapers); (6)Command AME.:PR.-AK.'PH, AN.AZ.: .
; Offlcer.- recreation fund administrator; DT. SO aM TN.
Many guests attended the ceremony A brief statement' certifying It Is estimated that a total
(7))
. at Hangar 123 and ,the '
the cartoon as origlnal(8)) "AU 100 men will be assigned to
reception at the Officers' Club claims to the attached entry are and 23 will be selected for
which followed. waived and I understand the De- winter over party.The i
:' VP-7 under the command of
partment of the'Navy may use as der will be retained In '
Cdr. Toole returned to Jax on desired." Signed (Contestant ); for a' normal tour, consisting: ;
May 19 after completing a successful ((9) "Forwarded." Signed by CO two full summer support
five and half
a or his designated representative.If ments with Operation ;
month deployment in the Mediter- you are dependent state Freeze '68 and '69. I

ranean 'area. sponsor's name rate/gradeetc.
, All entries submitted will become Qualifications and *
1 the property of the Navy ments for volunteers are as

No State Drivers' Dept. for use as desired and will lows: I '
not be returned. Deadline is Antarctic Support
Regs. In This Issue ]ulv 1. personnel must have 24
Awards will be forwarded to obligated service form *
EDITOR'S NOTE: The series the respective commanding of- 1966, or sign an agreement
on State Drivers' License ficersfor presentation to the first extend in order to have <
Regulations will be continued five place winners. The winning obligated service prior to :4<
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as usual In next week's is- cartoons will be published In"AllHands" fer from present I
magazine and suitable al Reserve personnel and
sue; Lack of space caused notations will be made in a subsequent sonnel who will be eligible;
its absence from this week'snewspaper. Issue of the "Special
.. Our apologies Services Newsletter.) (See "Deep Freeze", Pg. )





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Flag Day Tuesday June 14
Tw. W.rMs Of Man
.." ROMAN CATHOLIC
v ,:.' ,; t By Cdr. Vincent/ J. Mahoney, CHC

'. St. Edward's Chapeland
'
"..' f' ..... 1-::: ,;t-'t.t..i.i "pl ase rt.leglance to the flaaof ; Everyone's Naval career, short or long, Is launched by the magic
&).f1;); 'i.?:. :: r :: the United Slates of America, ;:.: word orders. To all Navy men, orders mean many things:
t:. ,,;,j, : : .S,5/W:, ?.", and to the Republic for which it Naval Hospital separation from families; new scenes for new sailors; old haunts
", f" \f I.I,': ;.;"";'f'I"' ''" ',j; stands, one Nation (under God), SUNDAY MASSES for old salts. Whatever the combinations of external circumstanceswhich
'
,i:'':i)'( : ; ;"'f Indivisible, with liberty and /ustice .. 0630 a set of orders will unfold there is mixed with them the
I '. : Hospital - -
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: : for all. .- St. Edward'sChapel Internal complex of each man's private thoughts. It Is a strange
: : & 1100 and sometimes mysterious dual world in which we,live -.. the noisy,
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outside, and the silent, thoughtful
and
.,.. "' :.. .: : busy world of people places
.
;
..'. .,_ .,1". within The harmonious blending of
: .: :.. :;,. ,.:;, ,;: : .,... DAILY MASSESSt. world of plans and persons us.
.,.Ii'... ff"""' ..-\.:;: <;0:1.T' .-.' Edward's: : these two worlds -- and we cannot escape from either -- must. be
1' r[ ; ?{: ; Monday thru Friday -. 1130 in each man's plan of the day, else they will clash, and the 'fragments -
I Saturday - - 0900 will be named Confusion, Introversions Trouble, Disorderand
,
-
I Naval Hospital: Unhappiness.What .
of the small world within each of us Is true of this
Friday-: - - -.1205. is true
world of millions of human souls, namely, that peace results
CONFESSIONSSt. from the tranquillity of Order -- not necessarily from a' set of

t Edward's : < orders. Peace does not come automatically, to be sure, but with
Saturday --------1900' 2000 sufficient measure to give renewed hope that things are not alwaysso
Sunday ---------0815. 0845; bad as they seem. By so living everyday in manful maturityas
1015 105 to nurture tranquillity of mind, by that much does each of us

Hospital: Sunday --0615CATECHISM : promote peace, not only in our private world, but also across the
,4 face of this earth.


Saturday's1000 Chapel Annex CLASSES Building 722: New Chaplains' Offices


CT -Q

NEVER 7'O >'C/Nc 7Z2 4R/// DIVINE PROTESTANT SERVICES Opened At NAS GymNew

All Saints Chapel
Chaplains' Offices have been opened in the NAS Gymnasium,
SUNDAY'S Bldg. Three, In order to better serve the personnel of Navy Jax.
0800 - -Hol y Communion These are temporary offices and will be used until more permanentones
Can We Really Wave 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship are available.

The object of establishing these
SUNDAY SCHOOL offices is make
to chaplains more

The Flag Too Much? 0930 ------Chapel Building Annex 722 Deep Freeze readily personnel available traffic in and the to centerof minimize -

the need to go to the Chap
WEDNESDAY'S Call Is Out lains' Offices located inthe
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Those of us In the Armed,Forces take great 1900 -Choir Rehearsal Station Chapels in order to seea

pride In our country and our flag, and we've all taken part In a THURSDAY (Continued From Page 1)) chaplain.
reveille or retreat ceremony and watched with pride as the color 2000 Christian Science Service The offices wllbeopen Monday
was raised or lowered. It's pretty easy to forget the importance of through Fridays and manned bya
and take for granted the flag which flies, above us all day long SECOND MONDAY of Each Month transfer to the Fleet Reserve must yeoman during the normal
every day; but, perhaps each of us can remember at ]least a timeor 0930 Chapel Women's Guild present command remain i on working day. '
two of national crisis when we happened to glance up at "Old (Small Chapel) active duty for 24 months from A chaplain will be on duty
Glory" flapping in the breeze. Perhaps atone time oxxanother; we've December 1966. Commands will from 9:30 until 11:30: a.m., and
all been guilty of the uttered prayer: "Thank God that's ours up U.-S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's not submit requests from per- from 1:30 until 4 p.m. each
there and not that of a tyrant." Yes, "Thank God!P for "Old - 1000 sonnel who do not meet obligated working day. Appointments may
Glory" and all she stands for. How''' about an extra smart salute service requirements. be made for other times.Vacatlon.Blble.

for her' next Tuesday? If., you have an American flagof.your own,. \ } CECIL FIELDPROTESTAHT VX-16 volunteers must have 24-
why not dig it out ,of ,the', old footlocker and. fly,It'in a prominent t ..... months obligated service from ,
,F place at your home?June'14 Is Flag Day.) rOday'Clolr- "', April 1967 or sign'an agreementto

:" '. Practice at.,7'' ,.p,' m. extend in order to have spe- School Starts
'. /t Ca a. Sunday- cified obligated service prior to
'.'';' Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. transfer from present command. Daily Vacation Bible School
01(' It is possible to wave the flag too much? Provided of course, Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Naval Reserves who transfer to will be sponsored by All Saints'
that you wave it with, negrlty? Is .it possible to study Lincoln Communion the first Sundayof Fleet Reserve must have 24 Chapel this year between Mon-
or Shakespeare too much? Is it possible to read the Bible too much? the month. months obligated service from day, June 13, and Friday June

The great, the good the true, are Inexhaustible for inspiration, CATHOLIC April 1967. 24, personnel are reminded.
example and strength. I believe that we are not waving our flag Daily- Classes will be held each day
enough, not nearly enough.It 11:20 Mass Other RequirementsA between the hours of 9 and 1130a.
a. m.
m. for the children of all
seems to me that we are developing a tendency to be timid or Sunday- clear service record is a Armed Forces and civilian personnel
even apologetic about waving the stars and stripes. Walk up and 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- must, as is a recommendationby of the Jax Navy complex.
., down the streets on July 4 and count the flags. It is our nation's fessions heard before each Mass. the Commanding Officer on Ages for the school include,
birthday a sacred day in world the basis.of performance, technical
history, most Important day of those who are old enough to begin -
America. Why Isn't the flag flying on every rooftop and from every Traffic Violations skill, resourcefulness, versatility senior kindergarten this fall
home and building? This complacent attitude Is strong evidence of and interest. through next year's eighth grad-
cancerous patriotic decay. The flag is a symbol of our national

unity. It Is the spirit of our undying devotion to our country. It The Is of You pass a rigid physical. Re- ers.The two-week period includes
stands for the best that is In us for loyalty, character, and motor vehicle following accidents a report and traffic cords of candidates VX-6 in Bible study, discussion groups,

faith In democracy. violations for the period the ratings of RM, CYN YN, a craft period, singing around
AD, AT, AE, AM. AK. PH, and the campfire', and a time of daily
: Isn't 31 6.
our flag a synonym of the United( States of America? Does May to June AZ, must be clear so in the
it not represent man's greatest, noblest Number of Accidents worship.
most sublime
dream?
event of needing a secret clearance -
More than 25 staff members
Is It not the zenith of achievement, the goal to which This Week - - -8
generations there will be trouble.
have aspired? Total Accidents this year through no have already met together to
Volunteers for VX-6 must not plan classroom procedures and
June 1966 - -- -148
Ladles and gentlemen, I believe It Is time for us for the mad, Number of Accidents throughJune be on effective SEAVEY. teaching skills.
rushing Twentieth Century Man . to for
stop a moment and 1965 - - 132
think. Let us arrest our near reverential admiration of material Total number of days since
success and return to the spiritual and ethical values. Let us last Injury in a motor vehicle
Imbue and rekindle in ourselves and our children the so called accident -----------3 BUY SAYINGS BONDSThe
old fashioned way of patriotism, a burning devotion to the prin- Number of ViolationsThis
ciples and ideals upon which our country was founded. Week - - -52

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Should not every home own and proudly display the colors on
' holidays and other such occasions? Isn't the flag Patrick Henry, Reckless Driving - -2
Going through Stop Sign -5 JTAX AIR
c Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin Washington, Nathan Hale, Gettysburg Other NEWS
Violations34
:, and Valley Forge Paul Revere. Andrew Jackson and other great
f,:. men and women who have given us our heritage? When you look at Twenty seven drivers appeared
:'" the flag can't you see the Alamo, Corrigedor, Pearl Harbor, The before the Traffic Hear- JAX AIR HEWS Is a Civilian/ Enterprise Newspaper -

: MONITOR and The MERRIMAC, Korea and Gettysburg? Lest we June ing Board, 6. .at the Disposition meeting held of the on distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air

,: forget, Isn't the flag Flanders Field, Bataan,Iwo Jima and Normandy cases included the following: Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
Beachhead, Babe Ruth and Davy Crockett? The of
great events our Company, a private firm. All
and Four lost driving and parking Copy submitted for use in
past present are wrapped in our flag.
.. up privileges aboard station for var- the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

i- It is a symbol of this blessed nation a giant In industry, education, ious periods; None were assigned Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by .noon
and commerce. Millions of fertile square miles. wheatlands, coalmines to complete an eight-hour on Monday before publication. Hews Items are welcomedfrom
steel plants Our great republic.the chosen infant destinedto course in remedial driving at all sources- Telephone EV 9.7711 Ext. 8162.
be I man's last and remaining hope for suffering humanity a NATTC; Two were assignedto ,
shining beacon of light noble, and glorious, is the haven for the complete a six hour course Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
oppressed and persecuted and truly God's gift to mankind. in remedial driving at lax Police queries concerning such should be directed to:
That Is what the flag means to me. Can we wave It too much? Academy; Fifteen received sus- The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway,
I don't think so. pensions; Three were given Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 3594040.
\ warnings; Seven dismissed;
(By Sidney L. DeLove on "Know Your History Hour, December Seven fined (U. S.Commisloner);
30, 1956, Station WNMP Evanston,m.! In answer to a listener's and Four referred to commanding VOL. 24 NO. 77 June 9, 7966f'

t letter, "Your programs are really very good especially the no officers for possible disciplinary
smmerclals -- but you are waving the flag too much. ') action.



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The Communist regime In up the largest pan of the Com- Since the Communists are usIng The military arm 'is com- itical struggle ,the primary duty } ;
Hanoi directs controls and sup- munist spiderweb spread like the Nalional Liberation Frontto pletely intergrated into the Front of the Viet Cong military forces .
plies the entire Viet Cong poli- an evil shadow over the land. camouflage their antiGovernment structure from the very top to it to support that political aggression '
tical and military effort to con- In the "liberated", or Viet activities their People's the lowest level, with military being conducted by '
quer the Republic of Vietnam.All Cong-dominated areas of South Revolutionary ( Communist ) representatives found at all organizational the Communists In the name of
control -- political and mili- Vietnam, they are in the open Party organization parallelsthe levels of the Front. the National Movement to Lib- ...,(
tary -- comes ultimately from free of Government interferenceas Front structure and that Since the Vietnamese Com- erate South Vietnam.To ,I.':
the Central Committee of North they carry out their so-called Communist apparatus keepsa munists consider: the war in South i } ,
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government controls the National they are assigned.In ,.,
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Vietnam and the Military High legitimate Government of '
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I 'B its & Pieces' I New Two OfficersAt Clubs


The Jacksonville Officers'
t I For WomenBy
Wives Club recently held a
luncheon to elect officers for
Marge Beauchamp the coming year. Mrs. D. W.
L1'j' Jacksonville, Kellerman will be the new President -
Fleet Air
I Caldwell, Commander
completionof with Mrs. R. W. Stuebbenand
reSmlyTesented wives
diplomas to 25 Navy upon Auxiliary of Mrs. F. V. Viola assistingas
the Volunteer Training Course of the Jacksonville First and Second VicePresidents -
and tea
a
the Navy Relief Society in graduation Caldwell exercises commendedthe respectively.. Mrs. E.F.
held at the Naval Hospital Gator Den. Adm. Sienicki was elected Record-
others, stating
of
behalf
volunteer women for their work in Mrs. D.W.
Secretary Med-
the Ing ;
LI that many of them had helped or would, in the future help
.
-: cL ara, Corresponding Secretary;
t families of our fighting men in Viet Nam. and Mrs. L. A. Herrrran.

iG Also praised for their unselfish Hobby Shop Treasurer.
devotion' to the cause of Guests at the luncheon included
,
Navy Relief and ''presented with Mrs. James Wright from Pine-
NEW EXECUTIVE COUNCIL for the Jax Officer Wives' Club graduate degrees were Mrs. To SponsorSun. castle School; Mrs. Harden
Include (left to right .- sitting) President, Mrs. D. W. Keller Robert J. Cales,who received Goodman of Hopehaven Child
man; First Vice President, Mrs. R. W. Stuebben; (standing) Navy Relief's highest award, the ShowA ren's Hospital; Mrs. W. A.
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. D. W. Mst/crro; Treasurer, Mrs. gold Meritorious Service Award Fisackerly,Jesse B. Dupont Or-
L. A. Herrmann; Second Vice President, Mts. F. V. Viola; and and Pin; and Mrs. William S. ceramics demonstration thopedic School; Judge Lamar
Baker Jr., the one-thousand
Recording Secretary, Mrs. E. F. Sienicki. The ladies were Installed hour pin. be conducted on Sunday after- Winegeart Jr., Young LifejCol..
George Green, Boys' Club of
in office on Wednesday. June I. noon, June 12, at 2 p.m. in the
Duval Miss Edith
One hundred hour pin NAS Hobby Shop, and will feature County; Ott
IW.el. a
SSAYESfREDDAYIS American Red Cross Naval
winners were Mrs. Keith P.Col- Mrs. Viola Carter of Viola's Ceramics -
lard, Mrs. Thomas N.McDowell, of Jacksonville.Mrs. Hospital; and Mrs.John Mathers,
Mrs. James B. Whitfield, and Carter has taught the various Xudget and Welfare Chair
Mrs. Craig M. Bradbury. Mrs. phases of ceramics in and man. Mrs. G. K. Clark Presi-
BU ICK PONTIAC Cales has been Chairman of around Jacksonville for several dent of the JOWC,presented each
Volunteer Women the Jack- first guest a check in behalf of the
at years and has won many
GMCTRUCKS
sonville Auxiliary for the past place awards in the various ceramic Officers' Wives.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS two years, after serving as shows conducted anuallyin .......
an interviewer for one year this area.
and received her one-thousand She will bring with her many
.
/ Qualify MOBILE HOMES hour pin last year. Mrs. Baker ideas and techniques developedin Mrs. Henry Wernet, past National

at reasonable prices! has served as Layette Chair- years of experience, these to President Pin of Chairman Jax Navy and Wives past
be passed on to the Hobby Ceramists -
man.The Club # 86, recently conducted
RILEY'SEXCLUSIVE invocation was given by here. Installation ceremonies at a
be
Roland W. Faulk and This demonstration will
Captain meeting held at their clubhouse
and Retired
Commander open to all Active
the benediction
by here on the station.
Thomas J. Wootten. Captain personnel and their guests on

RENTAL/PURCHASE PLAN: William S. Baker, Commanding dependents. Anyone desiring Mrs. Larry Burgess was installed -
Officer of the Naval Hospital further information may contact as the Chaplain and the
:' '1. Lower, Initial Cash Payment here was Master of Ceremonies.Also the Ceramic section of the NAS following chairmen were namedto

., ," .: 2. Remainder Of Down Payment Can attending the ceremonywas Jax p.m. Hobby Monday Shop through from Friday 1200-KX or' replace those leaving the

.; ;'"\: Be Paid Over 4 Mo. Period Captain S. D. Wright, Commanding 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Saturday Sun- area Social: Mrs.Chairman Wilbert Mrs.Wagneras Bar-
Officer of NAS Cecil
;,,::. jjbyi\,,;:' 3. Lower Monthly, Contract Payment Field as well as many of the day or holidays.The Ceramics. section of the ney Meyer in charge of History
.' "' 4. No Interest Charge and Free In- husbands of the honored wives. Book; Mrs. Thomas J. Ben-
: %< .
...,,\( NAS Hobby Shop is located in nett, Publicity and Public Affairs -
..' ';, I A+;' .y A:\ surance 1 During the 4 Mo. Period i .. 'J: : The new diploma winners were: Building 898 and is now fully ; Mrs. Richard Campbellin
ot } "t' "' 5. Save At Least'$200 In Financing' ''Mrs. Fidel L. Baca Mrs. Craig air conditioned for your com- charge;of Layette an} Mrs.
.1 Cost. Bradbury Mrs. Allen Branch fort.' On:duty during the hoursof Edgar Fitzsimmons House Pur
Mrs. CharlesBratton,Mrs.May- operation are a staff of competent chasing. Mrs. Jesse Bush will
Salt Incbdts nard Carter Mrs. James Chapman personnel who are willingto serve on the Audit, Committeandwill
Every Mrs. Charles Cotten, Mrs. assist or advise in any way be assisted by Mrs. Wil-
Robert W. Covey, Mrs. Thomas that is possible so if you are bert Wagner.A .
COMPLETE SET-UP t DELIVERY Deagan Mrs. Gregory Deal, interested in ceramics in any
Mrs. Lawerence Elmore, Mrs. way you are cordially invited to Clean up party will be
CALL OR SEE US TODAY ABOUTTHISPLAN..AVAILABLE.ONLY Richard Green Mrs. Donald attend.It held at the club house' on June
Kellerman, Mrs. Stephen Kim- is hoped that regular clas- 10 at 7:30 p.m. and all membersare
AT boding Mrs. Peter L. Kosof, ses in the many phases of ceramics urged to attend and parti-
Mrs. Raymond Lodge Mrs. can be instituted in the cipate. Free refreshments will
.
Thomas McDowell, Mrs. Andrew very near future. be available.
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On January 20, 1964, James chinists and Aerospace Workers, Department and E.P.King Member -
R, Compton, the station Commanding as Chief Spokesman for the Union, L Overhaul. and Repair Depart .J"mel1t.
Officer at that time, Mr. Cecil C. Gill, GtandLodgeSpecial .
A and representatives of International Representative, International -
+M Association of Machinists, Association of Machinists
Naval Air Lodge 1630, signed and Aerospace Workers, and the The new Agreement signed
the first negotiated Agreement following employees of Naval Air by Capt. Mackroth and membersof
a under the provisions of Execu- Station, Jacksonville: G.C.West- each team on June 3. The
tive Order 10988 of January 17, brook team chairman; Overhauland new Agreement'covers ungraded,
1962. The Agreement was for Repair Department; G.H. non-supervisory employees of
one year's' duration with pro- McKInney, President, Naval Air NAS Jax Ex-
NEW AGREEMENT 'SIGNED. Cecil C. Gill, 'Special Grand vision for renewal for an additional Lodge 1630, Overhaul and Re- aminer and Quality Assurance t
Lodge Representative, IAM& W, NAL 1630 (left foreground), year. The Agreementwas pair Department; W.E. Davis, personnel of the O & R Department t
and Capt. J. R. Mackroth, NAS Jax Commanding Officer (right renewed In January 1965 Member, Public Works Department and Is for a two-year 1
foreground), recently met with both management and union for the additional year. ; E.L. Harper Member, period from the date it is approved :
teams In negotiating a new agreement between NAS Jax and Supply Department; A.C. Grant- by the Gomrnander.Naval .f
//AM4AW. NAL 7630. Negotiations 'began on a new hum, Member Overhaul and Re- Air Systems Command. The A- 1
Agreement on March 8, 1966. pair Department; R.M. Jenkins, greement is being forwarded for {
The management negotiatingteam Member, Overhaul _and Repair_ approval. .
appointed by Capt. JohnR. r
Mackroth, Commanding Of-
'2i4+C ficer, NAS Jax, consisted of
Leonard B. Eubanks, Industrial
Relations Officer, as Chief
Spokesman for the Employer, VISITCLAUDE:
with the following membersCdr.L. '
Ciarrocca, Assistant Over- '
'
haul and Repair Officer, Over- : : !
___ haul and Repair Department;C.E. NOLAN
lI : Field, Shops Superintendent,
__ Overhaul and Repair Department; .'
L.B. St. Petery Weapons En- ,C .O'L' C' & .. .P.N.TIACM
gineering Superintendent, Over- ... '

haul and Repair Department; Lt. IN.. .I.QRA. NO.E.. .. ., '.,
E.A. Sidney, Shops Engineer, : '
.
0 Public Works Department; J.E. OPEN.. >M,.,,', 'N'fHR.uSAf'uNrnS'PM. ; :. "
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Colvin, Management Planning ::
Branch Supervisor, Supply De-
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Union negotiating team
NOW OPEN! consisted of Desford D. Smith,
Grand Lodge Representative, International -
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Page_ u 6__ JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER '

NATTC : Sbriitrs Invite NARTU News' & Views I


Behind The SceieProgramming G**. ftblic To Patrol for training Squadron at 741 NAS departed Leeward NARTU Point Jax Guantanamo for two-weeks: Bay,active Cuba.

duty The squadron cruise consisted of 16 officers and 60 enlistedmen I

Sat. lorbeqve all of whom are Selected Reserve personnel, and various
active duty "Stationkee rs" who will serve as support? members
teams from NATTCs Aviation Ordnanceman ORANGE PARK The largest of the squadron lor the two weeks..
School and. Aviation Electrician's Mate School attended at con- Shrine event ever to be held In WeatherAmMwccs hreN The officer in charge of the
ference on programming at Memphis June 12. Clay County will honor Morocco cruise is Lcdr. Donald F, Everett -
Attending from AO School were D. L. Cox, AOCS, and R. E. Temple Recorder Emeritus NMMS who resides in Miami.
Nelson, AOCS. AE School was represented by B. L. Gregory, Sparks Jones Sr. with a ShrineaRama The members of the squadronare
AEC,_ and H. Vickner, Educational Consultant for AE "A".School. and Barbecue Saturday, in civilian life, policemen,
June 11, which Is open to the Of '66 HvnicMf educators airline pil-
lawyers
..
*** personnel. All NATTC per-
sonnel are invited to watch the general public.A ots, and in general, a complete
The problems of programmed game The losing team will parade forming at Moose- Weather Bureau has an- cross-section of the citizens of
instruction were discussed by play host to the winning team. haven and proceding to Tisdelle The the girls' names that Florida and South Georgia.
personnel from the various Naval Estates on the river will be- nounced .
Reports are that both teams the not so-
Air Training Centers. festivities at 1 p.m. Every will be given to ********
gin
are holding secret practicesand of the 1966
feminine storms '
Other Schools represented at according to sources, AO uniformed unit in Morocco William A. White, a resi-
the conference were: Photo- "B" seems to have an edge at Temple and most of its 26 hurricane The Bureau season.set aside the following dent of Jacksonville,'was sworn
grapher's Mate School from Pen- Shrine clubs will participate.Entertainment Air Reserve
the present time. list of names for the into the Naval 4-10
sacola, Air Controlman School and barbecue will Caribbean and Gulf of Month Program, June 4, as the
from Glynco, Aviation Boats- ******** be the main attractions at Tis Atlantic first man at NARTU lax to strike
wain's Mate and Aerographer's Estates until 6 Mexico:
delle
p.m. for in that
Celia, Dorothy, yeoman program.
Becky,
Mate Schools from Lake Hurst Paul C. Mejias, P02 and Rich- In addition to the Illustrious Alma Faith Greta Hallie. Inez, White will report to NARTU
Ella, ,
and Aviation Electronics Technician ardo N. Rondanelli, PO3,Chilean Potentate Wilford Lyon, Sr. and Judith Kendra, MarshaNorcen, Memphis, Tenn., September 12,
,
and other schools from the Morocco Temple Divan, e- ,
students attending AE "B" Orpha, Patty Rena, Sherry, to begin his four weeks of_basic
Memphis. School are presently the top lected officials from will Clay also County'take Thora, Vicky and Wilma. training. From there he will
******** men in their class. They are and Orange Park Anothr list of 21 names report to NAS Olathe Kans.,
due to graduate June 28. part in theparade. the YN "A" School. Upon
for
for storms in the
.. A softball game between AO Divan officials include Noble was provided
"A" instructors and AO"B"Instructors Ollie Nall, of Orange Park,Chief Eastern North Pacific, where completing this schoolhis active
will be held June 24 Some of our grandmothers are Rabban of Morocco Temple,who: hurricanes appear less fre service is accomplished and he
at the Skeet range. Refresh- so young they help the Boy Scouts under normal turn of events, quently. They are: will finish his six year obliga-
ments will be served during and across the street. will be potentate in 1967. Adele Blanca, Connie, Dol- tion as a Selected Reserve,drill-
after the game to AO Support Chicago Tribune. The Shrine-a-Rame is under ores, Eileen, Francesca,' Gre- ing one weekend each month at
the direction of Noble Daryl W. tchcn Helga, tone, Joyce, Kir- NARTU Jax and attending one
Davis, of Orange Park, presi- sten, Lorraine, Maggie, Norma, two-week cruise each year.
dent of the Clay County Shrine Orlene, Patricia,Rosalie,Selma,
Club. He is being assisted by Tonie Vivian and Winona. *****.**
PARTS Nobles Leroy Sir- '
IMPORTED co-chairmen
NARTU Sax
mons, of Orange Park, Joe Neth, Retiring from
of Green Cove Springs and Wat recently were Charles Manche,
Hardenberger, .of :Keystone BUY U.S.SAVINGS. ADR1, and Julius H. Vaught,
ADR2.
Heishts.
MNr'+
_ r There Is no admission chargefor
********
the event but a donationof
$1.50 will be appreciated to The following rates are open
defray the cost of the barbecueand BONDS for entry into the TAR Program
COMPLETE STOCK OF IMPORTED .all the trimmings which will throughout the Naval Air Reserve
.. be served. Training Command: PN2, PN3,
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which became : .
an interest in stones .f

I lfYtlAsklJs "" t-A-, asM4 hobby.the first step to his present ,- I "t.

The next step in his new hob ,
For this week's question. the rn, IVA L. WHITE, USN by was to purchase some y .\)
"If Ya Ask Us" reporter trav- "This medal js a good thing rough stones and a piece of 1 Ii\
eled to the Jacksonville Naval and I think that equipment commonly known as ;'
Hospital and talked to a few of everyone In a 'tumbler". Rough, stones 1 ;
the patients, some of whom are Armed Ser. are placed in this container along j
recuperating from Injuries suf- vices shouldbe t with a polishing agent with the <<
fered in Vietnam fighting. The allowed to] tumbling effect of the machine
question seemed an appropriateone wear it. I think being to polish and smooth out
to ask winners of the Purple the boys inf the rough.stones. ..
Heart and other medals for direct Vietnam should After working with the tumbling "''
acts of,heroism. get more than WHITEthe of stones, Chief Jones pro- '.. ,t 1
"The National Defense Medal Defense Medal, but I think : gressed to a method known. '
has been awarded to everyone it's good for those who aren't if' as La Cabezon, or "the head". ( ,
:
serving on active duty during the able to get over to the troubled In this process stones are cut
Vietnam Conflict. Although areas. Wearing this medal would to the simple form of a definite ,'
sometimes laughingly called the certainly boost the morale of the shape. No mechanical methods ./I
fGedunk Medal/'it Is a sourceof people not actually fighting.Even are used in this process as it '''''
special pride to those servingto the women in the services are in is done by polishing. i
keep the backup forces run- effect working for the defense of 1
*U % Chief Jones now works primarily -
ning smoothly for the fighting men this country. 11w62ip Mnys'cwrwK'"tl.mea.
stOnes,
What do PVT USMC with the faceting
in areas of conflict. Troy Massey, of
you think of the idea of award- Yes, I think the people in the requiring the use a
faceter and other equip-
Armed Ser- ,
ing such a medal to everyone on
The to be shapedor
ment. stone
vices should
active duty during such periods
faceted in placed In the arm
receive a med
of. conflict Neely? Chandler.USMC- al for their I CHIEF JONES DOES much of his work on the kitchen table or the machine at the desired
M/Sgt
Everyone is not able to go to work. Even If where his focefer and other equipment take up most of the,available angle and then placed on a diam- I,,,.

Vietnam, and!" It isn't directly] space. The/ machine Is used for both cutting and p-ol./ The ond lap- impregnated runs horizontally cooper,wearing lap.-
related the
for those who to stones.Navyiax.
Ishlng
away the face of the stone to
1 e" defense of this
cannot go, this Each stone
MASSEY'country the desired degree.
medal will give] they Personality: Is cut to achieve correct prop-
.. are working In that directionbut
incentive -
them an orientation,. and
color
I also think the in Viet- nation,
r guys
or, ComFairJax critical angle for light index.
of an i nam and the other troubled areas Chief At
more If a stone is cut beyond its
( Nat-
than
honor to serve[ a should receive more a critical angle, light
in the Armed ional Defense Medal, because Has As HobbyThe specific
CHANDLERForces. they are doing more than Lapidary rays will not refract as they
will on a correctly cut stone,
Not everyone can be a hero, defending this country -- they'remaking the beauty and colorof
but this medal will give them the other countries safe for Navy, like other walks of life, has many persons amongits thus losing
the
distinction for being in the serv- the people there. This medalIs ranks who Indulge in a wide variety of hobbies or collections. stone.
ice. There have to be people another way of Increasing the There are those who collect stamps, coin, and bottles ( to name a Chief Jones still buys most'of
running the rest of the services morale In the Armed Services. few of the more popular 'items), others who raise fish or ';grow his stones from various
outside of those fighting the war flowers, but very few who list their hobby as "lapidary". parts of the world, and from the
in Vietnam, and these peopleare ,A lapiadarist, according to dealers and magazines. He stat
also working in the defenseof the dictionary is "one well terested in this hobby about ed that is was easier and more
our country and are entitledto versed in the knowledge of four or five years ago when he economical than to dig them UD
this medal. BuyBonds gems and precious stones; a was stationed in San Diego. At himself.
gem connoisseur; one skilledin that time he found a sample ofa 'I i'I
cutting and mounting gems. mineral that he didn't know Chief Jones presently re'I I
L/Cpl. Philip W. Shepherd, I While Chief Sam Jones, Assis- that name of, so he started sides in Jacksonville with his
about minerals. His wife Nell, and four children.
USMC --.Even though manyof the tant Staff Duty Officer at Com- reading
inf FairJax, may not consider himself discovery turned out to be When'he retires next year after |
personnel ; almost in the Navy, 4
twenty years
,be connoisseur,
to a gem
the Armed( min ; *
Services he is skilled in faceting (cutting) he plans .to return,, to his home I ; >j
arc and mounting of gems. form. Meanwhile, his readingson in Arkansas'' where he will pur- ,t
not actual engaged fighting iu)' | The chief first became in- the subject led him to' take sue his,hobby 'full time.


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Vietnam is only one aspectof I

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Yes, I think everyone on active }
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because these allowed medals one to they receive of-,|] I /lilt S'a e'lJ yIt I II f 1APARTMENTSJWEST


could have I 6400 Yukon Rd. (Nexf fo Yukon Trailer Pk.) JAX'S NEWEST t MOST MODERN

been sent to office J 13254? Normandy Blvd. $:: APARTMENTS. CONVENIENTLY
or our new
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the Congo, or B/NETTE :::-v.----:. ::_:: : :-:PHONE.:<;;:;;;:;:;:MWWWWHKW 384-6482::: ::: :::::::;::::::-:: :;:;:;::;;:;:;:;:::=:;::;;:;:{:.:.::: LOCATED NEAR 10TH BASES.
any place where there is a conflict \
., Regardless of'where you Oil, MI. To Cecil I HAS

work in the service or what your ,Itt
job is, It is still for the defense PennonCPO 11 UNITS 1,2,13 Bedroom Apts.
of this country. I don'tthink R.t.
it would be unfair to give O. FURN.orUNFURN. od efficiency! .,ts.
this medal to the Peace Corps Owner
because in the '
workers either,
process of doing their jobs, they ALL HAVE:

are preserving the peace by.helpIng -
others. ALL a 'Wall-To-WaU'Carpets

$795SIZES a Drapes
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ABAN Jerald Havener,USN- a ':J*.'
"I think it Is fair that everyone Utility Room ,
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Porch
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. if It* .' .' NO DOWN PAYMENT. ,,., NO (

, wasn't for thi .( .:. WE FINANCE ANYONE/ USN OR USMC SwiMHiif Peel t CeMilele Limdry Futilities :

medal, most ""i1.. of 4 Tires
Allgnment-With-Purchase
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the chance tc '
a SheppIa' Cuter :
get one. WearHAVENER Wheels TIC ieters
ing this medal makes me feel CeniUtt,Hie ef Mil ',

good around, particularly some of my friends.at home Peo-and: Resin| Slicks Chreae Pipes Fleer Shifts St. 771-8844 ;

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.. receive more BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
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,;. ,of them do. Outside of giving the 5444 Normandy 6201 J Roosevelt' 2809 Moyporf Rd. ,. I

fighting boys more,I think everyi these- Acra.. from N/d11 aa11.Oat'Irom MaIn aa11.Q.t fromfIIItJC. JR" .I JJJ!t.J ., .. .
should receive one of W . W 'f I ,
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I'La JAX MARINESiySgt


_. ". pr ( Joel Ferguson

a .i FXT. 400
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'COPTER OPERATIONSRVN
Helicopter operations by 1st Marine Aircraft Wing from Ute( He received orders for Japanin
1962 through April,1966,amounted to 361,688 sorties, lifting 769,914 1963 and upon completion of
his overseas toqr Way sent to
and 27,944 cargo tons during 156,405 flight hours. By1965's
passengers end, medium helicopter squadrons averaged about 20.00C the MCAF, Santa Ana last year.
squadrons averaging Presently the Major, who is
monthly with observation helicopter
sorties ,
qualified to fly the FS"Crusader"
missions mommy.
about 2,000
and T-1A "Sea.star" -
ire On one day recently, Marine ASTRONAUTSMaj. familiarization
a% rf CORPS undergoing -
Corps helicopter pilots logged of the F-4B "Phantom".
1,927 J. Gerald P. Carr,assistanttest
1,132 flights transporting
J LY. personnel and more than 92 tons director for MACS-3,MCAS, Capt. Lousma entered the Ma-
y JackR. rine Corps from the University
of El Toro Calif., and Capt.
cargo.PHANTOMS Lousma, pilot with VMCJ-2, o( Michigan where he graduatedin
Cherry Point, N. C., have been 1959 with a degree in aero-
The first Marine "Phantoms" selected by the National Aero- nautical engineering.He .
arrived about mid-year 1965. By nautical and Space Administration was designated a naval
Year's end tactical squadrons ofF4B to begin training this monthas aviator following flight training In
aircraftwere astronauts. 1960. Cherry Point was the
F-8, and A-4
averaging about 2,500 They were officially notified Captain's first duty station. He
MERITORIOUS MAST SSgt. Carl/ W. Fountain/ (center) re- combat ,sorties per month, and last month by the NASA: organi- was a member of VMA-224 from
celved a meritorious/ mast citation/ last week from Capt. Charles delivering from 1,600 to 2,000 zation, and dlrectrjd:: : to reportto 1961 until 1962 when he rotated
':; T. Knight, Officer In Charge of the Marine Mechanical and tons of ordnance in air support the space center In Houston, to the. 1st MAW with the squadron. -
-. > Fundamentals School here. The citation, which/ / praised Fountain role. Tex., to begin training.
Carr entered the Marine Upon his return from Japanin
handler for the Maj.
; for his outstanding performance as a troop SEA KNIGHTSU.
1963, Capt. Lousma was assigned -
1954 graduating
In
Marine Aviation/ / Ordnance School Company, was originated by S. Marine Medium Heli- Corps from the University upon of Southern to the U. S. Naval Post
lstLt. James E. Curran, Jr., left Aviation Ordnance School copter Squadron 265 has arrived California with adegreeinmechanical Graduate School, in Monterey,
Marine Liaison Officer. 'SSgt. Fountain Is now serving as in South Viet Nam to engineering. He received'his Calif. He graduated from the
Troop handler/ for the MMdF'School.CRISWELL become the second CH-46 unit Bachelors degree In aero California school in June 1965
'" assigned<1 to the Southeast Asia engineering at the U. S. Naval with an engineers degree in
country. Post Graduate School In Mon- aeronautical engineering.
TIRE CO. The "Sea Knights" arrived terey, Calif., in 1961. In 1962 CEREMONIESThe
aboard the amphibious assault he received his Masters degreein
ship USS Boxer and flew to aeronautical engineering at Friday Night Concert and
Your U.S.Roya! Tire Dealer Marble Mountain near DaNang. Princeton. Sunset Parade at the Marine
Barracks, Washington, D. c.,
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MOVIESMovies Club Schedvles


at the NAS lax,Theatre :':- '
will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX .:.. ..
rest of the
evening. Monday Is
Monday through
8:15 p.m. c.
0" Club Hit Parade Night and
Tuesday
In addition to the
Saturday. is The _::::':;\: ::" .
two evening shows there will This Friday's music will be by Loose Ends night for k\ ii% ::' : :: .'
providing the dance
music.
Wed-
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on the "Moonlighters" and the
nesday is
Sundays and holidays.The dancing game night.
Saturday on Saturday will be to Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Theatre will have
Hospital Johnny Jelinek. Tuesday is HAS CECILEM 3649 Philips Hwy, Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. foreign dish night featuring not l later than Tuesday for publication' the following Thursday
Cecil Field will have two shows gourment treats from many CLUB Tonight Is Ads arriving too late for this deadline will published
,
during the week at 5:30 and 8p.m. lands. The gourment treat for game the following week unless the publisher .is instructed other
Matinees will be shownon this Tuesday will be French. night beginning at 8 p.m. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
The special dinner will be a be received WITH the for the ad.
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. Wednesday is Fried Chicken copy
"half fried chicken" for $.50.
Night, all you can eat for $1.50. .
Friday Phil Cay and the"Qhantels" -
Thursday, June 9 Beef eaters night on Thurs- DO NOT SEND CASH

day, all the beef you can eat will provide the evenings RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. . .12.00
NAS Bus Riley's Back In music, starting at 8:30 p.m. additional line
served buffet style 6 to 9 p.m. Per ((4 words per line). AI.0.50
Town Anrt/Margaret, Michael Saturday dance to the Music
of "Mr. Jukebox". SundayHar-
Parks
Hospital Moment To Moment CPO Club rel Perry will entertain at

Jean Seaberg, Honor 8 p.m. On Wednesday,June 15, REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION SINGERS FOR $15
BlackmanC. Mark Castle will be entertaining a special show,"TV Hit Parade", advice. 7 days a week. SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN

Field Mondo Pazzo- this Friday at the Chief's will come to the club at 7 p.m. Homes for sale, $100 Down. storage, good condition, fully electric -
Club. On SaturdayJohrmyArnold Happy Hour on M.\'xayandTues-: \ Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- does everything complete
Documentary "4" will provide the dance day from 5 to 6 p.m. als. Homesite Lots, Acreage, with attachments. Yours for
Friday, June 10 music and Mark Castle. will Investments. WALTER T.BOW- storage charge; Only$15 each.

appear again on Sunday. USO NOTES DEN Reg. Broker USN Retired. Call wharchousc, 353-1946 will
None But The Brave -
NAS 384-1376 deliver no.obligations. A-I
Frank Sinatra, Clint Walker 318 North Ocean Street Special .- -- Sewing Machine Company

Hospital ShenandoahJames Acey Deucey events this week at the USO SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein ...
Stewart, Doug McClure include Homemade Goodies Night
Jacksonville and Mayport
C. Field -Nobody Waved Goodbye This Thursday night there will and Mystic Night this Thursday. areas. Military Backgroundwould 3941 1/2 BOONE PARK: 4
Kastner, Julie Biggs be a floor show starring Dale will be titled Co-ed '
Peter
Friday be helpful. A very rewarding Room upper, child welcome
McBride. Arnold will be
Johnny Night and this Saturday will be $60. Clean EV7-3356.
Saturday, June 11 career possible for the
performing on Friday. Country
Ladies Choice Night. Sunday'sVespers
Right Man. Write to the Regional -
Western music will be the main
NAS Judith Sophia Loren, and refreshments will 13177
Director, P.O. Box ,
Peter FinchHospital" feature on Saturday and also the be at the South Jacksonville Pres- Orlando, Fla. 32809 SWAP LAKESIDE LOT FOR
:
Bus Riley's Back In Rythm Girls will be providingthe byterian Church. "Four Guns boating outfit or what you want.
Town Ann Margaret, Michael entertainment. March Wilson To The Border"will be the movie TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY 771-0374 '

ParksC. will be playing Sunday's dance starting at 7:30. Monday is dependents, Stenos, typists, key-

Field Moment To Mo- music. Game night is every Choose Your Favorite Record punch operators, bookkeepers, FRINGE BENEFITS 4 BR, 2 B,

ment Jean Seaberg, Honor Sunday and Tuesday. Night and Tuesday IsGameNightat floral designers, temp. assign.As carpet drapes, fenced yard,ceri"'-
Blackman the USO. There will be a you are available. TEMP- tral air and oil heat. Low equity,
6/ue/ocJcef/ / InnThursday's Disc Jockey Show this Wed- ORARY TALENT, 1130 ACL payments $131.70 Mo. 7845Jaguar -
Sunday, June 12 nesday starting at 8 p.m. Bldg. 356-0753 Bowen Real Estate, Realtor -
NAS Karate Documentary dance music willbe 384-1376
But The Brave- provided by March Wilson. Phil APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN
Hospital-None WalkerC. Cay will appear on Saturdayfor Wives are like fishermen HOMES, ORANGE PARK REALTY -. CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION:
dint
Frank Sinatra they brag about the ones that 65 HI 4dr all
ShenandoahJames the evenings' entertainment. ,264-2411 Plymouth Fury ,' ,
Field McClure Two bands will play this Sunday: got away and complain about the power equip. 1 owner, $2150

Stewart, Doug from 2 to 5 the Casuals then one they kept.. ORANGE PARK NEW HOMES phone: 384-4121 or Jax ext.82 72.
'June 13 "The Music Motor Transportation High-
Monday McBride
Dale All brick, 3. & 4 BDRMS, 2
Man", will be performing the lights.'COUPON'. FOR RENT; LARGE SHADED
A Bath built in range/O
NAS Never On Sunday cen-
- lot. Jax-Cedl
- trailer Midway
Melina Mercouri,Jeweles Dassin tral heat A/C optional off 103rd 771-0550.
Hospital Judith Sophia $13950 $17000. Dwn. payment

Loren, Peter.Finch ; $450 $700. PAUL C. ARM- FOR SALE: BEAGLE PUPS
C. I Field:-*.Bus"'Riley's 'Back" ROOSEVELT MALL STRONG, REG. BROKER, 264-. reg. black and white. 6 wks. old.

In Town -Ann. Margaret, Michael 2195. 7716240. ,.


Parks Tuesday," June 14 .zCAR WASH CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION: CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION:

64 Chev. BIscayne, 2dr, R&H,' 62 Falcon 2 dr,stick shift, need
NAS The Money Trap Glen o a/t, power $1300. Phone: 384- some bodywork' $395. phone:
Ford, Elke Sommer o OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM.6PM O 4121 or Jax Ext. 8273. 384-4121 or Jax. Ext. 8273.
Hospital Karate Documentary a. SUNDAY8.30AMI.OOP.M. C
:: o
THIS COUPON WORTH SOt OFF OIl
C. Field None But The Brave- o o FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL HOME SANTA MONICA: 3 BR, 2B,
Frank Sinatra, Clint Walker c.J Oi A Cir Wish Amy DIY Except Wed.z: with trees, 3 BR, 2 1/2 tile bath, cent heat A/C panelled fam.

Wednesday June 15 dbl. car garage, A/C, patio, RM, covered patio, gar., nice
EVERY WED.. IS BARGAIN DAY $ .25 .fenced, convenient to air stations, lot w/trees, low pymnts. Sale

NAS Waco. Howard Keel, AUTO WAX APPLIED Ige. equity low dwn pymnt. or lease. 771-5553
Jane Russell FREE Pymnts. $146.00 per mo. 5030
Hospital Never On A Sunday WITH CAR WASHI I. Romilly Dr., E. vicinity of 103rd
& Jammes. 'HOUSE FOR SALE: OAK HILL
Melina Mercouri Jeweles Das-
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALI SHOPPING CENTER
PARK, swim pool, 3 BR, 2B,

sinC.. Field Judith Sophia COUPON w/fireplace, sep. din. rm,
Loren, Peter Finch .. HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, cent. heat & A/C,; 771-2681:
cent heat & air, Fla. Rm, large or 7714489. ,. ', :!'

Saturday Matinee: Captain Sin- living rm, sep. dining rm,across .'
; r
;
'd
bad Guy Williams, HeidiBruhl St. from Elementryschool.,Cath. ..
school bus'rear Forrest Hi.
PLUS: Monster and The Ape YOURmtDAS new
(Chapter 13)SOUTHERN) phone 771-8416 night or day. FOR SALE: IN ROLLING. HILLS,

."":t. ..,. 4BR, brick home 1,650 sq.. ft.
.. HYDE GROVE ACRES: 4BR, 2 B, DR, ,den, w/fireplacc,
cent. heat/air Parkay firs.,
1/2B split-levelA/Cflexible
Ig. patio, Huge Oak tree, 10 min.
i'I'- avail immediately. 1627
terms,
-::: 't> MAN KNOWS ALL THE Westminister Ave. 7813324. Cecil Palisades 20 Dr.min.781-0236.NAS, 1243

f RIGHT ANGLES ONMUFFLERS
RET. NAVY: MOVING OUT OF CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION:

: R4 town. No reasonable offer re-', 64 Plymouth Belvedere, 2 dr,
fused. 3BR, 1 1/2B, cent. A/C1 Hard top, clean, 1 owner 18,000
a 'f 1 & heat, kit. equip. chain link miles, $1375. phone: 384-
fence, patio.. $96. mo.. total 4121 or Jax ext.'8273.

0 HE'S SQUARE AND PROUD OF ITI 7716419.

SQUARE.DEALS-Best In Town, Service
APT FOR RENT 557 FOR SALE: New 2 story 3BRs,
Fast Installation Free famous Midas FURN
double conv. to NAS &
Oak No. 5. air conditioned, garage
'f"fa Guarantee for as long as you own 3 rms. $55 mo. or weekly Cecil schools, central heat &

i, r t rf, i M 'S:v your car.If replacement h ever necessary Private. 3544903. Air. 6818 Azul Q: 771-9139

": you pay only a service: charge.
MUST SACRIFICE:(Orders)1962 '.J
DON'T RUN AROUND IN VW Sedan excel. cond. $775. SALE OR RENT' : Xtra Ige 3BR.

CIRCLES. COME TO MIDAS 1961 Renault new engine- 2B, DR, den place, central
$300 771-0364 or NAS Jax ext. air eat in kit, d'washer,
SHCKS'BRAKES disposal. Nr. bases. 3957 Lane
MO MIDAS TAIL PIPES 752.
Ave. S. 7713016.

J 4758 San Juan Ave. 384-1356 COMPLETELY FURNISHED:'

Studio Apt. in private home one
yon' Complete BrakeDepartments adult. Ortega Point, $80 mo. NEAR NAS: LARGE PRIVATE 4
,. ... ...." v- 1 at'' 388-9886. trailer lot. Free hauling. $25

I month 7714750.
.' hM 5824 Beach Blvd.* 398-1519
-- c= FAIRFAX MANOR: SMALL
COWGIRL Pretty MUFFLER) 22nd & Main St.* 35S. 0528 [urn. cottage, adult only. $50. NEAR NAS: LARGE PRIVATE
mo. utilities included, 4158 trailer lot. Free local hauling.
considers

/ 1.herself 1'1.IIIty1.1111/11/1//11111 Johanna a Brandon Florida. / cowgirl.' r. ,. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. . . '.' ,. .. .. .. . I....Shirley.A.! ... ..1..".!-......EV75789....ft.. .....:.*.,.*.........'I'II' '$25.i i month Ir1'.".'.771-4750.."...'.'.".'."...... .. ._


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.} Weekend Wins Make It 16 F..I l LlceY.'re \ Whistling In

Missing On Fun? _f-

1 .Straight For Jax Navy Fliers SolutionFly The Rigging $


;' ;. The Jax Navy Fliers continued their winning streak this past Have you ever thought about
.rweekend when they took two double headers, from Jay's Shellon
learning to fly? Well, if you By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau
\. Friday and Terminal Truck Lines on Saturday. have now is the time to begin.
I' Big John Littleton of AE "B" School and Don Stewart of 0 &R The Jax Navy Flying Club and The Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club's skippers have really been
.,took turns on the mound to bring the Fliers' record to sixteen its 140 members invite you' to busy the past few weeks I Sunday before last at the Tri-Club Series
1 straight wins..The Jax Navy squad lost their opening double header the fun and learn how to Sail Off, Bill Scronce, the NJSC Gannett Class Champion, placed

to Robins: AFB. Join- at rates can afford... third.
Don Stewart was on the mound things off early for the Fliers you At an Awards banquet that evening at the Fla. Yacht dub, he
for the first game against Jay's with his first inning double. Duel All that it takes is a tele- was awarded the Greater Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
i Shell on Friday night. The Fliers Qiinn (VP-5)) knocked one out phone call or a visit to the Sailing Trophy for winning the greatest number of competition
won it by a score of 3-2 on five of the park for a home run and club trailer at Herlong Airport, points for the Spring Series.
hits which included a home run scored again In the 3rd inning. located on Normandy Blvd. between Other series trophy winners were: Dan Jackson second and Ted
by Willie Miller of NATTC. Mil The Fliers will be playing NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Hanks, third in the Bantam Class; Bill Scronce first and Charlie
i ler's hit came in the bottom this Friday and Saturday nightat Eastham. second in the Gannet Class.
of the 9th Inning.Littleton Mackroth Field. The opponentfor You can earn your PrivatePilot's Last Saturday, the Rudder
l kept< Jay's Shell Friday has not been named license in six months or Club's Mug Race was enduredby ran (owners names not known).
,. scoreless in the second game of yet, but Saturday the Jax Navy less fly home on leave see several NJSC crews. At this Something new for the July
Student
the night, winning by a final team will go against Murray Hill Florida from the air. all, time, results are unknown but NJSC meeting ( July 7, 7:30
ATR -
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score of 20. Big John also Baptist, number one team in the Private, they will be reported in next p.m. at the clubhouse), a movie
came up with three hits during Murray Hill Church League. are welcome. week's column. Crews plan- by Pearson Yachts called the
the night, but Frank Hicks of come.If .The
r ning to enter are: Russ Seipp "World's Series of Sailing"
VP-5 was credited with scoringthe The HAS Cecil "Raid.e this sounds interesting you and family, Ropeyarn Mus- movie is about the 1965 Finn
two runs, both of which were s" will play six home can obtain additional informationby champs Caron and Bell, Any- Championships and should pro-
home' runs. this week against ,coming out to the club trailerat time Phil Thibodeau Jerry Kin- vide a lot of pointers to our
Saturday night the Fliers were games Herlong Airport or,call 781- nan and Charlie Eastham, Rebel- racing skippers. If this additionto
.. r r .< out to win again, taking the first local city league teams 0227. Club meetings are held J. D. Forest and Ren Luder, our meeting is well received
? .. game 4-0 with the,winning pitcher All will be played other ,films.
games each Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Cockspur -Jim Walker and guest I'll try to obtain:
; 1- Littleton giving up only two on 4B" Circle Horth at All are welcome. Gannet Frank Dybdall.Sunfish- National Safe Boating Week
4 hits. Don Stewart took the moundin 1900. Tonight, CF vs Join the fun FLY1' Bob Marshall and Walt, Scow. will be celebrated July 4-10.
the second game and shut out PanAm Life Ins.; Fri Some of the NJSC memberswill We have been asked by the U. S.
Terminal Truck Lines 2-0, giving day, CF vs St. Johns Park be crewingonlocalcruisers.. Coast Guard to participate by
up only one hit during the Baptist; and Saturday, CF : Coming up this week end is giving a demonstration of safe
game. Rada from VP-30 started vs Eastern Airlines. eWWaMFLORIST the St. John's Regatta, hosted boating practices. Anybody
Lou by the Florida Yacht Club. They 'got any suggestions?
are expecting over 100 boats of SALTY SEZ See'n as I
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SAN JUAN BANK Complete Floral Services will be several Bantamsbesides 0' the Read lately,' I thought

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Softball MFC No. HAS Jax Intramural Scoreboard '.' .ii. '.l' \I

h. BOWLING 31 25 ;., :\ -
Spartans VP-45 4 4 VAP-62: 5'4" : ,
HATTC Golf Conflnental League Cat Fives 30 26 Afees 4 5 3 6 i.... : t,
Leads Mec-A-Nicks 32 28 :
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Marine Gd. 3 7 Faetu Blue 4 6 : .
SOFTBALL, Airmen 39 21 Lucky 7 29 31 Faetu 1 7 3 6.5 '..
Desk Jockeys 36.5 23.5 Mixers 27 33 VP-7 0 3 FWF 4 6 ', I"
Hoping that the month of June Spoilers 36.5 23.5 ,Riggers 26 34 FAW-ll 0 9 2.5 '7. }:
Molarolas
bring less rain than the month 31 21 Galley 1 22 34 VP-30 A 4 6 ;
will May the nine teams in the King Pins 23 23 Darters 22 34 GOLF 2 8''$
Of Mix Masters Doctors 23 37 National League,
HATTC Softball League continue 34 26 CFJ .5 8.t.
spirited play for coveted Galley 3 34 26 Dcvtccrs: 22 28 679th 10 a ..... 4 5.: '
first their Place, which, along with Thunderheads 31 25 Aewron B 13 47 9.5.5... Comm 1 9:. ,,;\
second and third place will receive PiZzans 30.5 29.5 Alley Cats 9 .' ,51 VP-30B 8.5 '1.5 o 1o1'r'First ( ",
trophies at the, season's VP-30 Chiefs 30 30 9. 1 t.Z .
of denotes .
set figures
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(American League statistics
made a Two tight teams race have of it for so far the BB Stackers 28 29 31 32 not available at press time.)),. : Hosp B 7.5 6', 3.5 handicap; second are ;l..for
scratch.) :
Torch Pots 26 30 SOFTBALL ', .' -. ,: Nartu, B 6.5' 3.5 \. ..
Sky Warr B : ';' '
WPInSgames played last week, 26 30 : 6 4
(Tune 2)) AEA-B defeated AEB) Druthers 25 31 National League \ .-.' A/C Malnt 5" 4 Youth Conservation Camp},
14-3; Marine AEA-A provided Detters 26.5 33.5 Comm 9 "O' ;5. 5 Fishermen who would maifishing
the closest contest with their Hard Hats 23 33 VAP-62 7 ,.,.,: 1 Nanu A ;7. :"'::5 ,4.Fti. companions of their 'i
win over AOB) 9 8 and the MoonHters 22 34 O&R 7.3' 5 4 children will be interested in
Navy Support steamroller made Tipplers 20 36 CFJ 6. ,: 2 : Flceur', 4.5 5,5 the training program at the
quick work out of the AEA) Griffins 15 33 Nartu 5' 4 .. 3" 7 Florida Youth Conservation
nine, 361. The winning pitcher Ale Malnt. 3. 5 Air Ops 3 7 Camp. The camp is a conservation
for "supp>n',* was W. R. National LeaGue Mand 2 6 1 ," 3"7 workshop designed: ..
Miller who saw the gamete only VW-4 .2 6 Supply '-r ,'2, H. 8 teach the value of natural resource
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run scored on an error. Rejects 45.5 14.5CPO's Weapons ',2. 6 ,", ". '\.. :\ ', 7 conservationthroughpar
41.5 18.5 Disp 0. 9 Darters 1.5 7.5 ticipation In outdoor activities:
standings as of June Nartu Chiefs 40 20 ., 1 9
League "
American League The Youth Conservation Camp r
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Sky Warr A 40 20 '
Faetu Gold 1.5 7.5
2nd: Neptunes 36 24 Admin 9 1. opens June 12, and continues
VP-5 8 1 :, 2'. 8 through August 13, for seven
Won Lost NFO 35 25 \, '. ',
White Hats M 26 VP-30 6 2 sessions of, summer training
Hurricanes 34 26 Hasp 5 3 American/ League in nature study, camping,fishteg
Navy Support .I9'I'a 1 679th .c 3 ,: g 1 hunting, archery, firearms
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MAD Support 11 and boating. ':
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AOB( ) ", 5 5 MILITARY : 2.5 Youth Conservation Camp and
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AEA-B( .i',...3' 6 All Ranks All AgesLOW ', 7', 3 3.5 be obtained by writing
MFC 1 7 Hasp A 6.5 the Youth Conservation Camp,
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AEA-D( a 10 RATES 10 3.5 Game and Fresh Water Fish
Weapons 5.5 Commission,Ocala, Florida. ..
GOLF 5 4 ,
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League ended its season last PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S
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I ,;" \':' : NAS CECIL FIELD INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL WRAPUP .' .


. r Tuesday, May 37VA44 fmaI811/ a triple In the fifth two in the last half of the thirdto holding VF-174 scoreless until runs making it 42. Admin, Ina
I' aril ,l Ape with a single. tie the game. Then NAMTG the sixth, when the"Hellrazors" final effort, put up a threat ,
:- ; I ,' 72; VC4-0, A4\h's>> hits were made by lumped In the lead again in the scored their only run. in the final Inning but could only :
... ': IM, I' Pays\ nth a single In the second with two more runs. The In their first Inning, VA44got get one run and came out on "
;". i '. Burtom and Siegler combined and / WUe In the fourth,and Hun Marines finally came up in the two of their four hits when the short end of the score, 43.
.. 'their pitching efforts ter i V1 Dunlap with singles. seventh with two runs to take the Beasley and Waples both singled The winning pitcher was Bus-
." to earn game by a score of 9-7. They got their other two hits sell with four strikeouts and giving -
t I eleven another victory for VA-44, with VwJr.escry, June 1Apet 7 The winning pitcher was in the fifth, on a double by up four hits. The losing
strikeouts
: and hit three walks # ns -7; VFU 5 Womble, after relieving Mc- Beasley and a single by McGhee. pitcher was Hunter who struckout -
a no ball game. O Cellan on the mound. The losing The winning hurler for the three, and allowed five hits. ,
Toole took the
lossesstrikingoutonly pitcher wasAnthonyforNAMTG.The "Hornets" was Seigler strikingout all singles.
two men and allowing the"Hornets" GrwJ 1f ese came up with the
\ Marines' big inning was ten and allowing five hits.
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'1 in the ,seventh with five runs The losing pitcher was Bussell
.'irj.; A homerun for VA-44 ball and striking out six '*' "
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was VC4.3HVC4 .
\$ batters and batted in with five hits Morris with four strikeouts and givingup Supply -4; ,
:made by Bower in the third VF-11V& walking only
,,n i the rest of the hits for VA-44 two. ftVtJedge took the loss with a double Stone, Pilarskyand four hits.
J Chittum with singles. Mor- The hitter for the "Hellrazors" -
top
I.j, J' were made by McGhee with two with yVx strikeouts and allowing
came close to topping
ris's double in that Inning put him was Bussell with a
1' for three, and singles byBeasley five l1t in scoring position for Perez's double in the fourth. Supply, but lost it in the sixth.
.;,, : Arwine and the winning pitcher The N'Red Rippers" 'fere single. Baker also had a good They led In the game 3-2 "up
,:..: Burtom. leadiiy the end of the second Admin .3 when
day at the plate with two doublesin VF774 4; to the single Inning Supply.
by otM f tun, but Weapons came the game. Womble also sing- went ahead 43.
up wlr Y two runs in the thirdto led in the seventh bringing in The "Hellrazors" came up The winning pitcher was Cof-
WAMTC 4; VF174 1 juV\p.\ ahead, and keep the one run. with the win in a close battle fman and the losing pitcher was
h lead ty\\ through the game. NAMTG's big inning was in with Admin. It was a scoreless Hauck. Hits for Supplywere made
.. 1 NAMTG were the victors of HovV\rA\ pacx Weapons'? hitting the first with four runs scoredon game until the fifth when.VF-174 by Todd with two singles and
the game with only one hit to attach,W Jtb a triple in the third. five hits, by McCommon, An- came up with two runs, then McEwen, McNally, Butler and
,the "HeUrazors"four,and scor- ZeolI VVJ J two, singles, also for thony, Tefey.Hammond. and Gra- Admin scored two to tie it In the Landry with singles. VC-4's hits
ing all their unearned runs in WeapfyV/ VF-ll's three scratch ham. Tefey also had a doublein sixth. VF-174 struck back againin were supplied by Wesseler
.J the third inning.McCommon hits *i\H supplies by Sweeny, the sixth and a single in the the seventh with two more Hauck and Leissner with singles.
p was the winning Eaglet\ And! Smith with singles. fourth, giving him three hits in, ,
pitcher with seven strikeouts and I ------
four times at bat. Hammond also
.. ,allowing four hits. Bussell was Movf/* 9; NAMTG 7 hit a double in the fourth. The .

the seven losing and allowing pitcher only striking one hit.out Then shrines came up victor- Thursday, June 2 Orange Park FURNITUREVALUES1'

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tle W\K)\ NAMTG. NAMTG was The "Hornets" walked away
Supply 5; Admin 1 in the 'jty td by a score of 4-2 with the game, scoring four of WHOLESALE : .
until Av\ Marines came up with their runs in the first inning and
Supply's big Inning was the Second .1>- 242 Mclitash Ave.Orfifd PRICE TO EVERYONE .I.'V
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subsistence the rates rate for would veterans be basedon with- WEATHER, WEATHER. .WHO'S GOT THE WEATHER?. i

Trapped Is The WordCapt. out dependents; -- $100 a month-- G. E. Robichaud, AG3 (left) and Donald 0. Perry, AG2, check $
because servicemen are employed the speed and direction of wind at 40,000 feet. This informs '
by the government.The tlon will Be given to pilots from 'HAS' Cecil Field flying at

H. F. Lang, commanding officer of the USS Saratoga, new VA ruling retains this that altitude. This Is only/ one phase of the services provided :
dons his "trapping hat" and congratulates Lcdr. R. J. Gage upon for those without a first dis- by the Naval Weather Service Envlornmental/ Detachment atHAS +!
making Sara's 108.000th arrested landing last month. charge, but raises the allowancefor Cecil. ,
Lcdr. Gage a pilot of Attack men with an honorable discharge ,

Rod/Gvi Club Cecil Squadron Field Forty-Sixbased is an old hand at with one-- dependent DD Form 214.get $125 Those a Weather Service IsCecil's :

landing aboard the Saratoga. He month; those with two or more,
To has a total of 340 landings a- $150.A .
Sponsor board the carrier 103 of which man may not draw tuition
were recorded at night. Lcdr aid under the Defense program Newest Dele
Fish Contest Gage has 404 total carrier land and GI Bill help at the same
ings; in 1960 he made the Sara's time although may take advantage -
27.000th landing. of,both programs at separate The Weather Division at NASCecil 'casts for aircraft weather clear
,Rod and Gun Clubbers -
Attention'
IMH Don't fillet those "DenI- The 108,000th landing was times. Field is no longer a part ance for local, operational, and
while the of the Air Operations Depart-. cross-country flights. '
of the until completed carrier was The Veterans Administrationalso
'r...... zens Deep you've operating in the eastern Mediterranean noted that 'in service ment. They, have been formed The office maintains a 24 hour
hadOuzWh9pper.and recorded": with the'!.LW1ed NAS, ;.off the,,coast of ,Greece students 'must furnish a Certificate into their own detachment'now service and is manned by- a complement -

Cell Field Rod and Gun Club.: dur1" .her :seventh Med cruise. .of Availability, signed! by' known as the .Naval Weather of .16. men. 0 .,'
The landing was, also the ,their commanding officer or his Service Environmental, Detach; '
It may cost you a nice fish prize. 6,000th'sinceCapt., Lang assumed designee to the school to be ment. This detachment'comes VA-4S Blackbirds. .
command of the Forrestal-class returned, to the VA with the en- under the direct command of
The Rod and Gun Club set the carrier. He wears his coonskin rollment certification. the Fleet Weather Facility at Lose Plankowntr
dates and' rules for their hat when the Saratoga Is NAS Jacksonville.Lt. .
fishing contest at their regu- recovering aircraft or, as the The1 forms will not be readyin A. Maglafico is the Of-
lar monthly meeting last Thurs- Captain puts it, "trapping the time for the summer semester ficer in Charge of the detachment -
day evening. birds." this year, but Pentagon officials which Is still locatedin
say they may be submitted re- the Operations building. ,
The contest will run from June President Notes troactively. The main purpose of the Wea-
10 to Sept. 30, 1966. All con- ther Service is to provide and
be members of disseminate accurate and timely
testants must CostSavlngs
the club prior to the "catch". NFO Con Now weather forecasts and advisories
"A good record to date is nota within the command and 'to Fleet
Eligible species and class are signal to relax" President Units based aboard, as a 'safe
limited to: Class A, -Largemouth Johnson noted in a memorandum Mail l Checks guard against weather of a

bass; Class B, Blue- to heads of departments and agencies destructive nature and/or hazar-
gill; Class C, Shellcracker, reviewing the government A Navy Comptroller InStruc- dous flying conditions. Theyalso:
Class D, Crappie and ClassE wide Cost Reduction Program. tion effective last month allows provide data and accurate foreAOMA -,
Redbreast. The catch must Navymen to have their paycheckssent
be weighed and recorded at a The President said he was directly to financial organizations -
fish camp tackle shop fish or pleased to learn latest estimatesof from the Navy Finance
meat market. FY66 cost reduction goals are Office.
now slightly more than $1 bil Organizations named are '
All contestants desiring to lion. First goals established for banks, savings banks savings and
enter fish in competition must FY66 totaled $871 million for all loan associations,and Federal or
complete and submit a date formto civilian departments and agen- State chartered credit unions. : Lt. R. J. Phillips has left
the chairman, fishing com- des. The amount mailed or delivered r/4 ,. the NAS Cecil based Attack
mittee at the dubs monthly meet- must be the full amount of the Squadron Forty Five' for
ing. Forms will be mailed to "Our savings goals must con- check.If f three years. He carrie to the
: members of the club., Additional tinue to be ambitious and Imaginative a man wants his check sent 0 squadron In May 1963, shortly
forms may be obtained at the ," President Johnson out, he must make arrangementswith r after it was assigned the missionof
Country Store, NAS Cecil Field said, "and we must be fully the organizations first and, being the A -1 ReplacementAir
Exchange. successful in meeting them. if the organization requires it, Group. He then made the
grant it Power of Attorney, transition to the TF-9J Jet
"Defense Is making good pro- Forms for this are available in Instrument Trainer in April
The Club president, Lcdr. gress," he said. "So far It the Navy Finance Office. 1964, when the squadron had its
J. R. McCrackin, pointed out has achieved $3,075 million of After this is done, he reportsto mission changed to Replacement
that in accordance with NAS Its goal." the Finance Office and fills and Fleet Pilot Instrument
Cecil Field Instruction 11015.1D, out a Mailing Authorization. Training.
hunting and fishing aboard NAS Authorizations may be can- While Lt. Phillips was with
.- Cecil Field, OLF Whitehouse, or celled in writing at any time. VA '- 45 be accumulated over }
TENNIS ANYONE? T TIME. The final
the Weapons Department, will
They are automatically cancel- 600 hours of prop time in the ;
be regulated and managed by The 1966 NAS Cecil tennis led when the individual is trans- day of the 1966 Administrative A1 and the T-28, and over
members of the Station Rod tournament will ferred or discharged unless he and Material Inspectionfor 740 hours in the TF-9J. Additional '
and Gun Club, and only members get underwayon Light Photographic Squadron
Monday June20. The wants his authorization transferred squadron duties have included -
of this club and their will be to all mili-tourney with his pay record. Mailingis 'Sixty-Two, based at HAS Safety Officer and Per-
Immediate families can participate open the stopped when the individual Cecil, found "Fighting Photo sonnel Officer.He .
tary personnel on station,
in hunting and fishing with both singles and doubles goes on TAD or leave but may mustering for personnel will undergo replacementpilot
activities aboard the station. matches being played. The be started again by verbal request Inspection by Captain P. K. tactical training in the

winners will represent NAS after he returns. Blesh/ Chief of Staff to Com- A-4 Skyhawk, at his new
Membership may be obtainedby Cecil in the 6ND Tourney at Checks for deposit in local organizations mander Fleet Air Jacksonvllle. squadron, VA 44, also basedat
contacting club mem- will be delivered by NAS Cecil.
any Pensacola 12-15.En-
on July Blesh/ awardedon
,o ber. The dub meets at 7:30 tries must be submitted to the the Finance Office on payday Captain Lt. Phillips, his wife Carol,
p.m. the first Thursday of each athletic office not later than and checks for out of town outstanding grade to the and children Scott Glenn, and
month at the NAS. Cecil Field 1600 June 19. deposit will be mailed the day squadron for the personnel l Jennifer make their' home 'tin
Golf Shack. before payday. Inspection. Jacksonville. ,"" >' *' ,'



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Chaplains' Message

NAS Cecil Field

.lEdiforiqf i View Pointsl Divine Services THE TWO WORLDS OF MAN


PROTESTANTToday Car. Vincent J. Mahoney, CHC

A Day to Remember Choir- Practice at 7 p.m. Everyone's Naval By career, short or long, is launched by the magicword

Sunday To all Navy men, orders mean many things*
June 14 Is Flag Day. On that day It would be most appropriatefor Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. orders.families; new scenes for new sailors; old haunts ;
each of us to pause and count our blessings, for ..they are the Chapel Service at 10:30a.m. separation from combinations of external circumstances
blessings that stem from the blood and sweat of our forefathers. Communion on the first for old salts. wnaterders will unfold, there Is mixed with them the
Old Glorv was born amlnd the strife of battle. She became Sunday of the month.CATHOLIC which a complex of each man's private thoughts.. It is a strange

internal sometimes mysterious dual world In which we live -- the noisy,
and world of people and places outside us, and the sUent, thoughtful
Daily busy and within us. The harmonious blending of
of plans persons
11:20 a.m. Mass world two worlds and we cannot escape .from either .=:must be
Sunday Con- these each man's plan of the day, else they will clash and the fragments
Mass
8 and noon in
a.m. Confusion Introversions, Trouble, Disorder
fessions heard before each will be named :

Mass. What isPtrueSof the small world within each of us is true of this

r ;: SWISH/ world of millions of human souls, namely, that peace results
Call Ext. 311 for information from the tranquillity of Order -- not necessarily from a set of
Jewish Services.Eligibility orders. Peace does not come automatically, to be sure, but with
;;: on
sufficient measure to give renewed hope that things are not alwaysso
""' bad as they seem. By so living everyday in manful maturityas
j \ Set to nurute tranquillity of mind, by that much does each of us
,? Hag Day, June 14 promote peace, not only in our private world, but also across the

earth.VA66.
.:\ face of this
the standard 'around which a free people struggled to found a great For National.
nation. And perhaps most important of all, she has always beena
traditional symbol of liberty. Defense MedalDefense Double Centurians
The Stars and Stripes was created June 14, 1777, when the Continental .
Congress: resolved: "That the flag of the thirteen Secretary Robert .., ,.., ;
United States' be thirteen alternate' red and white that .
stripes, ; McNamara announced recently .:':'!
the union be thirteen stars, white In a blue field, representing anew that armed forces personnel with ,!f; ',.
constellation." This was the birth of our flag as we know it honorable active service performed ,,
today aril June 14 Is now celebrated as Flag Day. anytime after Dec. 31, 5
The first flags for the Infant nation were symbolic of the struggle 1960, will be awarded the Nat-
with the wilderness of a new land. Our flag today is also symbolicof ional Defense Service Medal.
a new nation, but in a different sense. T:4t :
Today, we see our flag as the Nation itself -- the Government, Persons not eligible are short
the principles, the truths, and the history behind it. In short, it tour Reserve members fulfilling r4 >trrt 1 f
has taken on the characteristics of a mighty sovereignty. (AFNB) training obligations under an inactive :
duty training program;
CAREER INFORMATION"SURVIVORS anyone on temporary duty to 43Kwxt '1
serve on boards, courts, etc.;
BENEFITS" or those on active duty solely s itn

By James C. Anglea/ BMC for physical examination.An .

What would your wife and children do should something happen
official said this does not
to you? Who would' provide for the funeral expenses, medical care,
bar awarding the medal to any
and the bills?
: pay member who the
You, as a Navyman, should know thn in case of death in the line Reserve during
of duty, your family's security and welfare would be provided for eligibility Armed Forces period ExpeditionaryMedal earns the
"Uncle Sam.
by the Vietnam Service
The Navy recognizes that, .should you become a casualty, your or
dependents would not,be emotionally capable of handling the neces- Medal. Such persons shall be
sary paperwork. to ensure they receive the benefits to which they considered to be performing active -

would be entitled. This Is why the "Casualty Assistance Calls service. Lcdr. Zwick Lff/g/ ) Small
Officer" (CACO) has been established. The NDSM
was previously
Within 24 hours after receipt of the,death message, or ,after the authorized for honorable active Lcdr. Steve-Zwick and Lt. (jg) tion of the 560 that Lcdr. Zw'tckhas
Navy has"been notified a CACO (A commissioned( officer, oftena service after June 26, 1950, Matt Small both "Waldomen" of 'accumulated from the decks ;.
Navy Chaplain, will call on the wife of the deceased Navyman. and before July 28, 1954. No the NAS Cecil Field based Attack of ten different Navy carriers.
The CAm will assist the survivors in any way possible.:) He will cutoff date has been an- Squadron Sixty-Six, are the For Lt. (jg) Small, becominga
counsel and advise on funeral arrangements, and other emergencieson nounced under -the new policy. first pilots to acquire 200 arrested Double Centurain with just
his first call. The CACO: will make a subsequent call to assist landings aboard the Na- one year of operational flying,
with. personal effects, household goods shipments, social security, of -
The medal is not available vy's newest attack carrier USS represents an exhibition aggressiveness
for distribution at this time, America.The and hard work.
etc.Although the CACO: will handle the majority of the paperwork, however, eligible personnel may Sparing those night launches paid
you and your wife should know the benefits the family of a Navymanis purchase and wear the ribbon historical landings occurred off for him.
entitled to if his death Is a result of service connected causes. bar of the Medal and attach the last month for both pilots When the squadron returns to
Just what is service connected Death? bronze star for second award, while the America was cruisingin NAS Cecil Field, there will bea
Usually when a Navyman dies' while on active duty, his death Is if entitled. other pilots
A bronze star three- the Mediterranean Sea on her minimum of six
considered service connected. For'example, should he die of an sixteenth of first "America Double
an inch in diameter extended deployment.These qualified as .
auto accident or an illness while on leave or authorized liberty, shall be "
the 200 landings
worn on are a Centurians.
por-
his death would probably be considered service connected. However, suspension ribbon of the medal
If his death resulted from his own misconduct, (such as reckless or and the
on ribbon bar by
driving while intoxicated), his dependents might not be entitledto sonnel who earned the medal per- Letter of Thanks

benefits.Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DICOMP: ) and other for active duty during the period r. .

1950-54, and again for active' .
If a Navyman does die while on active duty, and his death is service after
duty Dec. 31, 1960.
connected, his dependents would be entitled to: The following letter was received by Attack Squadron,Forty Five
Death Gratuity from students of the Pinecastle School, thanking. the squadron for
Unpaid pay and allowances (arrears in pay) an Open House held for them on May 18.
e Government transportation to a place of wife's choice VF-174 Awards
Shipment of household effects from last duty station <*N May 30,1966 .
and Indemnity compensation (DICOMP) Pinecastle School
Defrayment of funeral expenses Billy BogardBilly
Medical care, commissary and exchange privileges Dear Navy Friends:

Preference in federal employment (in some cases) E. Bogard, ADJ1, was Thank you for showing us around Cecil Field. We liked seeing
For a closer explanation of these benefits and other career presented with Fighter Squadron the airplanes, the parachute, and the lift raft. We loved the fire
information, see your career counselor. He is trained to help One Seven Four's "Sailor engine ride. We had a good time at the picnic. The hot dogs
you. If you don't know the answers -- ask questions. Ignorance of the Month" award for the and hamburgers were delicious. Thank you for the cake and
should NEVER be used as an everYthing.
excuse. month of
April 1966, by Cdr.
G. L. Gray, squadron commandIng .
: ,...,.. ". I ''' '' officer. Love, .
7N..tt Mrs. and Girls
I.& = French's Boys .
II-IIJJ.J V"rlle.. Bogard, as petty officer In
The Afterburner charge of the "Night Flying Joey, Kathy, Greg, Bonnie, Clarence, Rick, David, Robert, Susie,
Is a civilian enterprise Crew" Debbie Lynn, and Mrs.
newspaper was cited for his exemplary French.Clothing .
published each Thursday for the special Interest of appearance, leadership
personnel of the U. ''S. Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, qualities, and technical compet-

Fla. by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. ence.

Hews material submitted use in the Afterburner must He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Price Hike- 1- July.

be forwarded to reach Afterburner, Box 111, USNAS Olin E. Bogard of Route 1, Me- The cost of most required compared to$166.21.
Cecil Field, Fla., not later than 8 a.m. on the Monday rom, Ind. He graduated from clothing in all the armed forces
preceding publication. Items will be accepted by phoneat Merom High School In that city. will be boosted July 1 because The two types of clothing maintenance basic-
771-3211 ext. 8163. Advertisements solicited of increased manufacturer's allowance are a
are by
charges, and the allowance of $4.20 monthly paid
Married to the former military
the publisher and inquires regarding advertising shouldbe Miss manpower -
month of ser-
Linda L. Armett of his home- buildup.The through the 36th
directed to: town, Bogard entered the "per bag" cost varies by vice, and a'standardmaintenance.
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, in December 1957. Navy service, with Navy's rate lowest allowance beginning with the 37tn
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone/ 359.4040 and Marine Corps' highest. month of service paying $6 a
Beginning July I, rates month to sailors and marines.
VOL. JO NO. 11 June 9, 1966 V,1174'; based at NAS Cecil complete issue of required cloth-on a
Field, trains Atlantic
and Pacific ing will be
Fleet Replacement Pilots in the $264.09 : Marine Corps, Navy E-7s and above receive

1200 mph F-8 "Crusader". of $211.66 compared: and Navy to present, $190.64 rate $7.20 grade.monthly after three. yearsin



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Know Your Enemy: The Viet Cong .



The Communist regime In up the largest part of the Communist Since the Communists are using The military arm 'is com- itical struggle,the primary duty
Hanoi directs, controls, and!sup- spiderweb spread like Nalional Liberation Frontto pletely Intergrated into the Front of the Viet Cong military Forces I
plies the entire Viet Cong political an evil shadow over the land. camouflage their antiGovernment structure from the very top to it to support that political aggression -
and military effort to con- In the "liberated", or Viet activities, their People's the lowest level, with military being conducted:: by I
quer the Republic of Vietnam. Cong-dominated areas of South Revolutionary ( Communist ) representatives found at all organizational the Communists in the name of '
All control -- political and military Vietnam, they are in the open, Party organization parallelsthe levels of the Front. the National Movement to LIb- t
-- comes ultimately from free of Government interferenceas Front structure, and that Since the Vietnamese Communists erate South Vietnam. 1
the Central Committee of NorthVietnam's they carry out their socalledpolitical Communist apparatus keepsa consider the war in South
Lao Dong(Communist) struggle] recruit and tight control on the Front Vietnam to be primarily a pol To be continued/ next week.4(1) 1 1I
q, Party, which maps out broad train men for their local from the top-level central com-
strategy. The Reunification Viet Cong units, and carry out mittee to at least the provin-
s Commission of the Northern the military or guerrilla tasks cial level. I PIZZA BWlfif 1
government controls.the National they are assigned. )
Front for me Liberation 01 South In the areas controlled by the I
Vietnam, and the Military High legitimate Government, of # BUY U.S. C TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM
Command! in the North is res- course, the Communist and '
ponsible for the military training grass level front membersmust SAVINGSOHSS PREMIUM DEER*CIIOICE CUT STEAKS c
: of the men who Infiltrate remain under cover and ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI
into the South. In addition, a work in secret in their effortsto I
central Intelligence organization overthrow the Government '..:i.
in Hanoi the Central Research of the Republic of Vietnam. L "
Agency -- malntalnsanelaborate 1
intelligence network in South 1I our specialty"
Vietnam and directs the extensive MILITARYAUTO I
undercover! activities of the VietCong i m the Heart of Cedar Hills
LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY
The two Communist adminis- POLICIES' -'MONTHLY PAYMENTS FRANK DERICKSON
trative headquarters in the South, INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES '
inherited from the Viet Minh, 3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771 0170
have been merged into the Central AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo.
1 Office for South Vietnam
AGE21-24SIngle$12.80 mo.
(COSVN). This central "brain"coordinates

in the all South Communist and all activity relations -- Robert Travis ft Associates, Inc.NAS A./
* with the highest Communist "
1st Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3583
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and
echelons Party in North Vietnam.government USNS Mayport, Jar Beach 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421( ) USED CARS

: In South Vietnam itself, the
Communists have created a showof
legitimacy through the National
Front for the' Liberation of South
Vietnam. At the national MONEY IN 1 DAY DUVAL MOTORS
headquarters level, the Front

has presidium a from central, which the control committee take their committee orders and-- 25 to $600 BEST BUYS:

of the People's Revolutional ON YOUR ,SIGNATURE' & ARRANGED BY PHONE
Party (PRP) --Communist Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how SAN JUAN LOT ,f'
Party in. South Vietnam. much you wont. Pick up the cash at your conven- : ,
The Front's national central fence. Same-day service./ OFF ROOSEVELT :,;$
committee sets policy and also '
is responsible for planning and! 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN I
organization building. The next CHEVROLET 4 DR., WAGON .' $588R' Nt
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. 19859 : .. ,,
level In the Communist dom- & H. "
inated Front hierarchy con- S 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00 r
sists of the 3 interzone head- 25.00 .CONVERTIBLEJ858' '
15J.80 9.00 427.51 1961 J FORD
quarters, which and determine 219.27 J3.oo SOO.5J 29.00 V-8, aufo/frans., R & H, like new. ,
(
agitprop persuasion propa-
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ganda) policy guidance and which 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 .. '
are responsible for political indoctrination 7962 FALCON STATION WAGON5788 h
and training. Under Above Payments Include Interest. R & H., sharp. '
the interzone headquarters are .
7 1 zone headquarters, which are 7963 COMET 2 DR. H/T $7288 "
their suboffices.Next DIALlfnm, C'omp : auto/trans., R & H, extra clean. ,I". l,
In the Front's structureare ..'" ',
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the approximately 30 chief pro- 241 West Forsyth St. Dial' 356-0735 1962 FORD 4 DR. COUNTRY SEDAN/'*..J888WACOM .
its
vincial committees -
units. These com- 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 V-8, auto/trans, R & H. ,
operating (, ,:
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mittees direct the "liberation ./
associations" the Communists 1964 FORD 4DR.' $J 188

use to spread their indoctrinationand _.'Vo_........rr............wr K&........Y ....:'___ ._... auto/trans., H, V-a, one owner. .
propaganda and! to gain the "
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South Vietnamese people. The V-8, R & H, 4 speed* trans. :.,;,:,' :-
committees, of course, also SWIMMING POOL '
transmit to subordinate levels # 1964 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE .t:' ":;;SI788.
the orders sent down from the f 20 x 40 COMPLETELY SCREENED IN i V-8, auto/trans., R & H, /like/ new.:7." : '.; "
central committee. Inadditionand --
this is a major role for the UNDERWATER LIGHTS SELF CLEANING r
level Communists .. 1965 FORD 2 DR. H/T :r. .$7988
they provincial assign military duties to the 10' X 60' COVERED PATIO V-8, auto/trans., R & H. .' .'

Viet Cong.units operating In their E:: 3 Bedrooms, 1 l'/2 Baths. Wall-To-Wall Car- 1964 FALCON CONVERTIBLE .' ."'$J488

provinces.The Front's committees and r pet Throughout. Never Lived in After Comp V-8, auto/trans., R & H. ,. ,.
cells in South Vietnam's districts .: plete Renovation. ;"' :

towns and villages make '. $2,500 IN CASH & ASSUME $11,200 1965 FORD ECONOL/NE VAN . $J488
//fee
MORTAGE $82.00 MO. INCLUDING new.

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'I 'B its & Pieces' I At New Two Officers ClubsThe


Jacksonville Officers'
t For WomenBy
y h Wives Cltb recently held a
luncheon to ,elect officers for
Marge BeauchampRear the coming year. Mrs. D. w
Kellerman will be the Presi:
Air, Jacksonville, row
Commander Fleet
Adm. tie H. Caldwell completionof dent with Mrs. R. W. Stuebben
recently presented diplomas to 25 Navy wives upon and Mrs. F.-V. Viola
Auxiliary of assisting

-1:1/:: the the Navy Volunteer Relief Training Society Gator Course in Den.graduation of the Adm.Jacksonville Caldwell exercises commendedthe and a tea dents as First respectively.and Second Vice-Prest.Mrs. E.F.

held at the Naval Hospital Sienicki was elected Record
for their work in behalf of others, stating
volunteer women
would in the future help the ing Secretary; Mrs. D.W.Med-
that many of them had helped, or ara, Corresponding
Secretary
families of our fighting men in Viet Nam. and Mrs. L. A. Herrman;,

Also praised for their unselfish I Hobby Shop Treasurer,
devotion to the cause of I Guests at the luncheon Included
I Navy Relief and presented with I Mrs. James Wright from Pine-
\ NEW EXECUTIVE COUNCIL for the Jax Officer Wives' Club graduate degrees were Mrs. To SponsorSun. castle School; Mrs. Harden
include (left to right -- sitting) President Mrs. D. W. Keller- Robert J. Cales, who received Goodman of Hopehaven Child

man; First Vice President Mrs. R. W. Stuebben; (standing) Navy Relief's highest award, the ShowA ren's Hospital; Mrs. W. A.

Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. D. W. Medara; Treasurer, Mrs. ,. gold Meritorious ,Service Award Fisackerly Jesse B. Dupont Or-
L. A. Herrmann; Second Vice/ President, Mrs. F. V. Viola; and and Pin; and Mrs.one-thousand William S. ceramics demonstration thopedic School; Judge Lamar
Baker Jr., the
Recording Secretary, Mrs. E. F. Sienlckl. The ladies were Installed hour pin. be conducted on Sunday after- Winegeart, Jr., Young LifeCol.;
George Green, Boys' Glib of
in office on Wednesday, June 1. noon, June 12, at 2 p.m. In the
One hundred hour pin NAS Hobby Shop, and will feature Duval County; Miss Edith Ott,
SlAVE'FRID h American Red Cross, Naval
winners were Mrs. Keith P.Col- Mrs. Viola Carter of Viola's Ce-
lard, Mrs. Thomas N.McDowell, ramics of Jacksonville. Hospital; and Mrs.John Mathers,
DAVIS Mrs. James B. Whitfield and Mrs. Carter has taught the various Xudget and Welfare Chair
M. Mrs. and man. Mrs. G. K. Clark Presi-
Mrs. Craig Bradbury. phases of ceramics in
BUICKPONTIACCMCTRUCKS Cales has been Chairman of around Jacksonville for several dent of the JOWC,presented each

Volunteer Women at the Jacksonville years and has won many first guest a check in. behalf of the
Auxiliary for the past place awards in the various ceramic Officers' Wives.

GREEN COVE SPRINGS I two years, after serving as shows conducted anuallyin *******
an interviewer for one year, this area.
and received her onethousandhour She will bring with her many
( :" / Qualify MOBILE HOMES\ pin last year. Mrs. Baker ideas and techniques developedin Mrs. Henry Wernet, past Nat.
has served as Layette Chair these ional Pin Chairman and past
years of experience, to
;, .' at reasonable prices Ce- President of Jax Navy Wives
the
be
passed on to Hobby
man.The Club /## 86, recently conducted
T : RILEY'S invocation was given by ramists here. installation ceremonies at a
be
This demonstration will
Roland W. Faulk and
Captain meeting held at their clubhouse
to all Active and Retired
j EXCLUSIVERENTALPURCHASE the benediction by Commander open here on the station.
,
Thomas J. Wootten. Captain personnel and their guests_ on

3 PLAN: William S. Baker Commanding dependents. Anyone desiring Mrs. Larry Burgess was Installed -
Officer of the Naval Hospital further information may contact as the Chaplain and the
1. Lower Initial Cash Payment here: was Master of Ceremonies.Also the Ceramic section of the NAS following chairmen were namedto
Jax Hobby Shop from 1200-1X(
2. Remainder Of Down Payment Can attending the ceremonywas p.m. Monday through Friday or replace those leaving the

Be Paid Over 4 Mo. Period Captain S. D. Wright Commanding 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Saturday Sun- area Social: Mrs.Chairman Wilbert Mrs.Wagneras Bar-
Officer of NAS Cecil
': ,. 3. Lower Monthly Contract Payment Field, as well as many of the day or holidays.The ney Meyer in charge of History
.. .vjj., i":.;:' "' Ceramics section of the Book Mrs.. Thomas J. Bennett -
.:-.; \ 4. j No |Interest Charge and Free In- '" husbands of the honored wives NAS Hobby Shop Is located in ; and Pifclic Affairs -
"
,;;tyr f surance During the 4 Mo. Perl d. '*I The winners Building 898 and is fully Publicity
;! : new diploma were: now ; Mrs. Richard Campbellin
vet I';"-::,1 5.. Save At Least .$200 In, Financing 1." Mrs. Fidel. L. Baca Mrs. Craig air conditioned for your com- charge of ''Layette, and Mrs.Edgax'itzsimmonsHouse .
fort.
Mrs. Allen'Branch On duty during the hoursof
Bradbury ,
: ",,:;.,, ,. Cost. .. __ Pur-
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Robert W. Covey, Mrs. Thomas that is possible, so if you are bert Wagner.A .
COMPLETE sn-up 1. DELIVERY Deagan, Mrs. Gregory Deal, interested in ceramics in any
Mrs. Lawerence Elmore, Mrs. way you are cordially invited to Clean up party will be
1 CALL OR SEE US TODAY ABOUTTHlsPLAN..AVAIL'ABLEONLY Richard Green, Mrs. Donald attend. held at the club house on June
Kellerman, Mrs. Stephen Klm- It Is hoped that regular clas- 10 at 7:30 p.m. and members
AT boding, Mrs. Peter L. Kosof ses In the many phases of ceramics are urged to attend and parti
Mrs. Raymond Lodge, Mrs. can be instituted in the cipate. Free refreshments will
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$1 7rS Captain Signs New Agreement I I


With IAAI&AW Union at NASJaxOn


January 20, 1964, JamesR. chinists and Aerospace Workers, Department and E.P.Ktag.Member -
Compton, the station Commanding as Chief Spokesman the Union, L Overhaul and Repair Depart I
Officer at that time, Mr. Cecil C. Gill, GtandLOdge ment..
and representatives of Interna Special Representative, Interna- I
tional Association of Machinists, tional Association of Machinists
Naval Air Lodge 1630, signed and Aerospace Workers, and the The new Agreement was signed i
the first negotiated Agreement following employees of Naval Air by Capt. Mackroth and members J
< under the provisions of Execu- Station,Jacksonville: G.C.West- of each team on June 3. The _
tive Order 10988 of January 17, brook, team,chairman; Overhauland new Agreement covers ungraded, :
1962. The Agreement was for Repair Department; G.H. non-supervisory employees of i
one year's duration with pro- McKinney, President, Naval Air NAS Jax excepting Aircraft Examiner t
HEW
AGREEMENT 'SIGNED. Cecil C. Gill Special Grand vision for renewal for an addi- Lodge 1630, Overhaul and Re- and Quality Assurance''
Lodge Representative/ IAM&AW, HAL 1630 (/left foreground), tional year. The Agreementwas pair Department; W.E. Davis, personnel of the 0 & R De- +t
and Capt. J. R. Mackroth, HAS Jax Commanding Officer (right renewed in January 1965 Member, Public Works Depart- partment and Is for a two-year l\\
foreground), recently met with both management and union for the additional year. ment; E.L. Harper, Member, period from the date it is approved {fl
teams in negotiating a new agreement between HAS Jax and Supply Department; A.C. Grant- by the Commander,Naval \
IAM&AYI. HAL 1630. Negotiations 'began on a new hum, Member, Overhaul and Repair Air Systems Command. The A- I{
Agreement on March 8, 1966. Department; R.M. Jenkins, greement is being forwarded for ij
The management negotiatingteam Member., Overhaul .and Repair approval.VISIT .
appointed by Capt. JohnR.
Mackroth, Commanding Officer -
NAS Jax, consisted of
: :
:; Leonard B. Eubanks, Industrial
Relations Officer, as Chief
Spokesman for the Employer,

with the following members sCdr. .... ..... .. .
t' L. Ciarrocca, Assistant Over- ... v i.. .
.. haul and Repair Officer, Over-
haul and Repair Department;C.E. t DE'"OlAN
Field, Shops Superintendent,
Overhaul and Repair Department; .

;,Q o gineering L.B. St. Petery Superintendent, Weapons, Over-En- : ...CAtyOPEN .& .. .. .I.A..C'. ..: oi

haul and Department Lt. 'M'AINAT.'PR NGE
Repair
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Public Works Department; J.E. ... .. ; .Ol\l.... ., .;tH.. J.AT"U.NTtl.. 8'. pw
Colvin, Management Planning
Branch Supervisor, Supply Department -
,. PHONE EL 3-3922

The Union negotiating team
NOW OPEN! consisted of Desford D. Smith,
Grand Lodge Representative, International

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NATTC : Shriners_ Invite NARTU News &ViewsPatrol


Squadron 741 departed NARTU Jax for two weeks active
Gen. Public To
Benind The Scene duty for training at NAS Leeward Point. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
: The squadron cruise consisted of 16 officers and 60 enlistedmen

Sat. BarbequeORANGE all of whom are Selected Reserve personnel, and various
, active duty "Stationkeepers" who will serve as support members

Programming teams from NATTC's Aviation Ordnanceman PARK The largest of the squadron for the two weeks..
School and Aviation Electrician's Mate School attended at conference Shrine event ever to be held In Weather Ivreau The officer in charge of the
I on programming at Memphis June 12. Clay County will honor Morocco cruise is ''Lcdr. Donald F. Everett -
Attending from AO School were D. L. Cox, AOCS, and R. E. Temple Recorder Emeritus ANNOUNCeS NamesOf who resides in Miami.
Sparks Jones Sr. with a Shrine- The members of the
Nelson AOCS. AE School was represented by B. L. Gregory squadron
AEC and H. Vickner _Educational Consultant for AE "A" School. a-Rama and Barbecue Saturday, are in civilian life, policemen,
: June 11, which is open to the 66 Hurricanes lawyers educators, airline pil-
******** personnel. All NATTC per- public.A .
general ;
ots, and i in general a complete
watch the
of sonnel are invited to forming at Moose- cross-section of the citizens of
The problems programmed game The losing team will parade The Weather Bureau has an-
Instruction were discussed by haven and proceding to Tisdelle that Florida and South Georgia.
play host to the winning team. will begin nounced the girls' names
personnel from the various Naval Estates on the river the not so-
that both teams be given to
Reports are will
festivities at 1 p.m. Every ********
Air Training Centers. of the 1966
are holding secret practicesand feminine storms
Other Schools at uniformed unit in Morocco William A. White
represented
according to sources AO hurricane season. a resident
the conference were: Photo- "B" seems to have an edge at Temple and most of its 26 The Bureau set aside the following of Jacksonville, was sworn
Entertainment -
grapher's Mate School from Pen- the present time. Shrine clubs will participate.will list of names for the Into the Naval Air Reserve 4-10
sacola, Air Controlman: School and barbecue Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Month Program, June 4, as the
from Glynco, Aviation Boats- ******** be the main attractions at Tis- Mexico: first man at NARTU Jax to strike

wain's Mate and Aerographer's delle Estates until 6 p.m. Alma Becky, Celia, Dorothy, for yeoman in that program.
t Mate Schools from Lake Hurst Paul C. Mejias P02 and Rich- In addition to the Illustrious Sr. and Ella, Faith Greta, Hallie, Inez, White will report to NARTU
and Aviation Electronics Techni- ardo N. Rondanelli, PO3.Chilean Potentate Wilford Lyon, Judith, Kendra, MarshaNoreen, Memphis, Tenn., September 12,
cian and other schools from students attending AE "B" the Morocco Temple Divan County e- Orpha, Patty, Rena, Sherry, to begin his four weeks of basic
from Clay
Memphis. School are presently the top lected officials Park will also take Thora,. Vicky and Wilma. training. From there he will
******** men in their class. They are and Orange Anothr list of 21 names report to NAS Olathe Kans.,
due to graduate June 28. part In theparade. Noble was provided for storms In the for the W "A" School. Upon
include
A softball game between AOA" Divan officials
I ", instructors and AO"B"instructors Ollie Nail of Orange Park,Chief Eastern North Pacific, wherehurriC.1OOs fre completing service is this accomplished schoolhis and active he
less
will be held June 24 Some of grandmothers are Rabban of Morocco Templewho: appear
at the Skeet range. Refreshments so young they help the Boy Scouts under normal turn of events, quently. They are: will finish his six year obliga-
Adele, Blanca, Connie Dol- tion as a Selected Reserve,drill-
will be served during and across the street. will be potentate in 1967.
i ores, Eileen, Francesca, Gre- ing one weekend each month at
" after the game to AO Support Chicago Tribune. The Shrine-a-Rame is under
the direction of Noble Daryl W. tchen, Helga, lone, Joyce, Kir- NARTU Jax and attending one
f Davis, of Orange Park presi- sten, Lorraine, Maggie Norma, two-week cruise each year.

dent of the Clay County Shrine Orlene, Patricia Rosalie,Selma
Club. He is being assisted by Tonie Vivian and Winona. ********

IMPORTED PARTHCOMPLfTf co-chairmen Nobles Leroy Sir- from NARTU Jax
mons, of Orange Park, Joe Neth, Retiring
.Manche,
of Green Cove Springs and Wat recently were Charles
Hardenberger of :Keystone BUY U.S. ADR1 ADR2., and Julius H. Vaught,

Heights.
There Is admission chargefor ..
no
SAYINGSBONDS ********
the event but a donationof
$1.50 will be appreciated to The following rates are open
defray the cost of the barbecueand for entry into the TAR Program
all the trimmings which will throughout the Naval Air Reserve
STOCK OF IMPORTED
be served. Training Command: : PN2 PN3,
) PARTS .- ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES ADR3 ATN3, A't=3, AMS3, PR3

I FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS TD1. TD2, d" OF CARS & TRUCKS SDI, SOO, SD3, SN/SA, AN/AA,
I
HN/HA and TN/TA.
\ i i.. Personnel., the above,ratings
who are accepted for the "Sta

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1 stationed at one of the eighteen

\ 505 McDUFF V.E. S. JACKSONVILLE, FI.A'.., 32205 llllll"" 1 Twice as Naval Units Air'throughout Reserve the Stations/United

1 r l'll'' States.

,, v lll 1 much time All Interested men should con-
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the NARTU Recruiting Department -
for tact

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an interest in stones which became -
1 11 YaAskUs' hobby.the' first step to. his present -

The next step in his new hob-
For this week's question. the 'A6i 4
+ 1a
.5?, NA L. WHITE, USN by was to purchase some
Us"
"If Ya Ask
reporter traveled "This
medal Is a good thing rough stones and a piece of
to the Jacksonville Naval
and I think that commonly known
as
Hospital and talked to a few of equipment
everyone In the
a "tumbler". Rou gh stones
the patients, some of whom are Armed Ser
in this container along
are placed
recuperating from injuries suffered vices should be, with a polishing agent with the
in Vietnam fighting. The allowed to tumbling effect of the machine
question seemed an appropriateone wear It. I think being to polish and smooth out
ask winners of the
to Purple the boys tnj the rough stones.
Heart and other medals for direct Vietnam should"get After working with the tumbling -
acts of heroism. more than WHITEthe of stones, Chief Jones progressed -
"The National Defense Medal Defense Medal, but I think to a method knownas
has been awarded to everyone it's good for those who aren't La .Cabezon. or "the head".
serving on,active duty during the able to get over to the troubled In this process stones are cut
Vietnam Conflict. Although areas. Wearing this medal would to the simple form of a definite
sometimes laughingly called the certainly boost the morale of the shape. No mechanical methodsare
rGedunk Medal,"it is a sourceof people not actually fighting.Even used in this process as it
special pride to those servingto the women in the services are in is done by polishing.
keep the backup forces run- effect working for the defense of
ning smoothly for the fighting men this country." Chief Jones now works pri-
in areas of conflict. What do PVT Troy Massey, USMC '' IMF marily with the faceting of st6nes,
you. think of the idea of award "Yes, I think the people In the requiring the use of a
ing such a medal: to everyone on Armed Services faceter: and other equip-
active duty during such periodsof should ment. The stone to be shapedor
conflict? receive amedal -, faceted in placed in the arm
'M/Sgt Neely Chandler,USMC- for their' CHIEF JONES DOES much of his work on the'kitchen table or the machine at the desired
Everyone is not able to go to work. Even if where his taceter and other equipment take up most of the available angle and then placed on a diam-
Vietnam, and! + "s it isn't directly! space. The machine Is used for both cutting and pole ond impregnated cooper lap. .
for those who related to the] ishing stones. The lap runs horizontally, wearIng
cannot go, this[ defense of this away the face of the stone to
medal will give| country, they MASSey the desired degree. Each stoneIs
them an in are working in that directionbut Navylax Personality: cut to achieve correct prop-
centive or 1 I also think the guys in Viet- nation color orientation, and
more of an nam and the other troubled areas Chief At ComFairJaxHas critical angle for light index.
honor to serve[ (1'11,4 should receive more than a Nat- If a stone is cut beyond its
in the Armed CHANDLER ional Defense Medal because As HobbyThe specific critical angle, light
Forces. they are doing more than Lapidary rays will not refract as they
Not everyone can be a hero, defending this country -- they're will on a correctly cut stone,
but this medal will give them the making other countries safe for Navy, like other walks of life, has many persons amongits thus losing, the beauty and colorof
distinction for being in the serv- the people there. This medal ranks who indulge in a wide variety of hobbies or collections. the stone.
ice. There have to be people is another way of increasing the There are those who collect stamps, coin, and bottles ( to name a Chief Jones still buys most
running the rest of the services morale in the Armed Services. few of the more popular items), others who raise fish or 'grow of his stones from various
outside of those fighting the war flowers, but very few who list their hobby "lapidary". parts of the world, and from the
in Vietnam, and these peopleare A lapiadarist, according to dealers and magazines. He stated
also working in the defenseof the dictionary is "one well terested in this hobby about that is was easier and more
our country and are entitledto versed in the knowledge of four or five years ago when he economical than to dig them UD
this medal. BuyBonds gems and precious stones; a was stationed in San Diego. At himself.
gem connoisseur; one skilledin that time he found a sample of
cutting and mounting gems. a mineral that he didn't know Chief Jones' presently resides -
L/Cpl. Phillip W. Shepherd, While Chief Sam Jones Assis- that name of, so he started in Jacksonville with his
USMC -- Even though many of the tant Staff Duty Officer at Com, reading about minerals... Hi s wife, Nell, and four children.
personnel in I FairJax, may not consider him- discovery turned out to' be When,he retires next year after
the Armed *' self to be a gem connoisseur, mica, one of a group of minerals almost twenty years in the Navy,
Services ,an.. p 1 he is skilled in faceting(cutting that crystallizes,into sheet he plans to, return to his home
not engaged in I 1. and i mounting of gems. i form. Meanwhile, his readingson in Arkansas where he will pur-
actual fighting '" The ,chief first became, in-' the subject led him to take sue his hobby full time. "
i Vietnam, \
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U..S.. Fighting|_SHEPHERDin 1j -:--- : TRANSPORTATION? |

Vietnam is only one aspectof I II

defending you work our in cool country.office Whether repair r RENT A CAR IY THE HOUR, DAY, OR WK. 1 1 I

electric motors on base s Impalas a Mustangs o Valiants |::=
here, or do the fighting in the
rice fields of Vietnam, all of us
in one way or another are defending 1 i ti RENT A MOTORCYCLE IY THE HOUR, DAY, 1

our country.SN r OR WK HONDA'S SOcc.90ccYOU |f fr

Romeo Binnette, USN -- r: DO NOT HAVE TO BE 21! i. SHALZRP'LA.A.PARTMENTSJ) :

Yes, I think everyone on active r'''
duty should bep Mil

allowed one to receive of- tile Ba4e eJ I

because these medals they,! I ? [ ;

could have 6400 Yukon Rd. (Next to Yukon Trailer Pk.) g r WEST JAX'S NEWEST I MOST MODERN
been sent to office J 13254 Normandy Blvd. $r:
f or our new :
Vietnam. or UP- : APARTMENTS. CONVENIENTLY
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flict. Regardless of where you Oily Mir To Cecil I. HAS
work in the service or what your
Job Is, it Is still for the defense ... 71 UNITS 1,2,4 3 Bedroom Apis.
of this country. I don'tthink BIG CHIEF
it would be unfair to give Oflf.
this medal to the Peace Corps TIRE CO. FURN.orUNFURN. and efficiency 1ls.
workers either, because In the
process of doing their jobs, they ALL APTS. HAVE: t
preserving the peace by helping -
others. ALL $ o Wall-To-Wall Carpets '

795 o Drapes

-' J\BAN Jerald E.Havener,USN- SIZES PlisTix o Central! Air Heat
"I think It is fair that everyone
o Room
should receive! "'S. ,... $2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESSNO Utility
this medal, because ... .1 a Porch
if 1tt.' .,, DOWN PAYMENT.. ....NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKS: :J
wasn't for this ',,;'f t't ANYONE IN USN OR'USMC
'. .t\\ WE FINANCE Peel & Ficilities
medal, most 'l iI'j Swinging Complete Livriry
service people FREE Balance d Alignment-With-Purchase ol 4 Tires

wouldn't have w ".. Heir Schools letk Private & Pirechiil
the chance tew .. SPEED EQUIPMENTComplete
get one. WearHAVENER & SkejDpiii Carter
ing this medal makes me feel live ,! Mil Wheels TichentiersKiciii

good around, particularly some of my friends.at home People and- Slicks Cbr .9 Pipes FUr Shifts 6756 103 rd St., 111U44R.sidut ..

who fight in the different
'" conflicts should receive more BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
,and most Mgr. Apt. 7
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fighting boys more,I thlnk everyone Vt mil from mil from-
from
. should receive one, of these Atlantic Mills Ualn Oat Main Oat D."W.C Pritst i USN/RET .
.NAtonal( .Defense,Medals. 0 .,: .. 'A : r" .
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CiySgt. Joel Ferguson

EXT. 400

'COPTER OPERATIONSRVN
Helicopter operations by 1st Marine Aircraft Wing from late He received orders for Japanin
1962 through April 1966 amounted to 361,688 sorties, lifting 769,914 1963 and upon completion of
his overseas tour was sent to
and 27,944 cargo tons during 156,405 flight hours. By
passengers averaged about 20.00C the MCAK, :Santa Ana last year.
squadrons
1965's end, medium helicopter
the who Is
Presently Major
squadrons averaging
with observation helicopter
sorties monthly
qualified to fly the FS"Crusader"
about missions monthly.
2,000 "
and T-1A Seastar" -
On one day recently, Marine ASTRONAUTSMaJ. familiarization
,
CORPS is undergoing -
Corps helicopter pilots logged of the F-4B "Phantom".
1,132 flights, transporting 1,927 Gerald P. Carr,assistant
Lousma entered the Ma-
personnel and more than 92 tons test director for MACS-3,MCAS, Capt.
of cargo. El Toro Calif., and Capt. JackR. rine Corps from the Universityof
F y r Lousma, pilot with VMCJ-2, Michigan where he graduatedin
PHANTOMSThe Cherry Point, N. C., have been 1959 with a degree in aero-
I L first Marine "Phantoms" selected by the National Aero- nautical engineering.He .
arrived about mid-year 1965. By nautical and Space Administration was designated a naval
year's end tactical squadrons of to begin training this monthas aviator following flight training In
. y F-4B, F-8, and A-4 aircraft astronauts. 1960. Cherry Point was the
were averaging about 2,500 They were officially notified Captain's first duty station. He
MERITORIOUS MAST SSgt. Carl Yf. Fountain (center) received combat sorties per month, and last month by the NASA organi- was a member of VMA-224 from
a meritorious/ mast citation last week from Copf. CharlesT. delivering from 1,600 to 2,000 zation, and directed to report 1961 until 1962 when he rotatedto
Knight, Officer In Charge. of the Marine Mechanical and tons of ordnance in air support to the space center in Houston, the 1st MAW with the squad-
a Fundamentals School here. The citation, which praised Founfan role. Tex., to begin training. ron.Upon
for his outstanding performance as a troop handler for the/ SEA KNIGHTSU. Maj. Carr entered the Marine his return from JapanIn
Marine Aviation Ordnance 'School Company, was originated by Corps in 1954 upon graduatingfrom 1963, Capt. Lousma was assigned -
1st!.?. James E.. Curran, Jr., left, Aviation Ordnance School S.Squadron Marine Medium 265 has Helicopter arrived -- the University of Southern to the U. S. Naval Post
Graduate School, in ,
California with a degree in mechanical Monterey
Marine Liaison Officer. 'SSgt. Fountain is now serving as in South Viet Nam to engineering. He receivedhis Calif. He graduated from the
handler/ for the MMdF'School.CRISWELL second CH-46 unit
Troop become the Bachelors' degree in aero California school in June 1965
assigned to the Southeast Asia engineering at the U. S. Naval with an engineers degree In
country. Post Graduate School in Monterey aeronautical engineering..
TIRE CO. The "Sea Knights" arrived Calif., in 1961. In 1962 CEREMONIES ,
aboard the amphibious assault he received his Masters degreein
ship USS Boxer and flew to aeronautical engineering at The Friday Night Concert and
Your U.S.Royal Tire Dealer' Marble Mountain, near DaNang. Princeton. Sunset Parade, at the Marine

Barracks, Washington, D. C.,


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:: Guaranteed Or Your Money Back! MERCURY D MERCRUISER through the summer months,with
Guaranteed Round 4. fo Balance/ / the last parade on Sept. 30.
:1 I FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS Anyone desiring reservations
;. US.Royal PREMIUM :. for the parade at Eight and Eye
E Boats Streets in Washington should
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write ,directly to the Adjutant,
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r... 'X190 RUBBER Marine Barracks, Washington,
Largo, SoloctioM-Now I Used Rigs, D. C., 2003. Requests for reservations
: ANY SIZE RECAPS should be 'made at'
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Tuesday Evening Sunset
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I; 4 FOR $4995 Jima statue, Arlington Na-
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Plus Recappable Tire :: 30. No reservations are'nec-
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MOVIESMovies ,I' Club Schedules

at the NAS Jax Theatre

will be shown regularly at 6 and NASJAX rest of the evening. Monday is
8:15 p.m. Monday through .
Hit Parade Night and Tuesday
"a. Club
Saturday. In addition to the
is The Loose Ends night for \iStiNS1 M i'.+ tiaryaYnViaati Utitax>;+i'iti+s1ti
two evening shows there will This Friday's music will be by providing the dance music. Wed- .
be a matinee at 2 on the '
p.m. "Moonlighters" and the nesday is game night.
Saturday, Sundays and holidays.The dancing on Saturday will be to Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Hospital Theatre will have Johnny Jelinek. Tuesday is HAS CECIL 3649 Philips Hwy, Jacksonville, Florida 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil foreign dish night featuring not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs. _
Field will have two shows gourment treats from many EM CLUB Tonight is day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
game the following week unless the publisher .is 'instructed other
during the week at 5:30 and 8p.m. lands. The gourment treat for 8
night beginning at p.m. wise.' A check order for the cost the ad
Matinees will be shownon this Tuesday will be French. or money full of must
The special dinner will be a be received WITH the copy for the ad. '
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. Wednesday ts Fried Chicken "half fried chicken" for $.50.

Night, all you can eat for $1.50. Friday Phil Cay and the"Chan- DO NOT SEND CASH
June 9
Thursday, Beef eaters night on Thurs- tels" will provide the evenings RATE: Minimum charge ((3 linen). . .. ._. . .12.00.
NAS Bus Riley's Back In day, all the beef you can eat music, starting at 8:30 p.m. Per additional line ((4 words per tin.}. . .0.50
9
served buffet 6
style to p.m. Saturday dance to the Musicof
Ann Michael
'
Town ;, Margaret,
"Mr. Jukebox". SundayHar-
Parks
CPO Club rel Perry will entertain at
Hospital Moment To Mo-
Honor 8 p.m. ,On Wednesday, June 15, REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL- SINGERS FOR $15
Seaberg
ment BlackmanC. Jean Mark Castle will be entertaining a special show,"TV Hit Parade", TATION advice. 7 days.a week. SEWING MACHINES .LEFT IN

Field Mondo Pazzo- this Friday at the Chief's will come to the club at 7 p.m. Homes for sale, $100 Down. storage, good condition, fully e-
Club On SaturdayJohnnyArnold Happy Hour on Monday and Tues- Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- lectric, does everything complete
Documentary "4" will provide the dance day from 5 to. 6 p.m. als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage, with attachments. Yours for
Friday, June 10 music and Mark Castle will Investments. WALTER T.BOWDEN storage charge Only $15 each.
USO NOTES Reg. Broker USN Retired. Call wharehouse, 353-1946, will
again on Sunday.
NAS None But The Brave appear 384-1376 deliver, no obligations. A 1
Frank Sinatra, Clint Walker 318 North Ocean Street Special Sewing Machine Company
HospitalShenandoah -James Acey Deucey events this week at the USO SEVERAL POSITIONS Available
Stewart, Doug McClure include Homemade Goodies Night '
and
in Jacksonville Mayportareas. ""
C. Field -Nobody Waved Goodbye This Thursday night there will and Mystic Night this Thursday. Military Background' 3941 1/2 BOONE PARK: 4

Peter Kastner, Julie Biggs be a floor show starring Dale Friday will be titled Co-ed would be helpful. A very rewarding Room upper, child welcome
Saturday, June 77 McBride. Johnny Arnold will be Night and this Saturday will be career possible for the $60. Clean EV73356.
performing on Friday. CountryWestern
Ladies Choice Night. Sunday'sVespers
Right Man. Write to the Regional -
Loren music will be the main and refreshments will
NAS Judith Sophia Director, P.O. Box 13177.
Peter Finch feature on Saturday and also the be at the Jacksonville Pres- Orlando, Fla. 32809 SWAP LAKESIDE LOT FOR
Hospital Bus Riley's Back In Rythm Girls will be providingthe byterian Church, "Four Guns ; _. boating outfit or what you want.
Town Ann Margaret, Michael entertainment. March Wilson To The Border"will be the movie TEMPORARY HELP: NAVYdependents '771-0374 '

ParksC. will be playing Sunday's dance starting at 7:30. Monday is Stenos, typists, key-

Field Moment To Mo- music. Game night is every Choose Your Favorite Record punch operators bookkeepers, FRINGE BENEFITS 4 BR, 2 B.

ment Jean Seaberg, Honor Sunday and Tuesday. Night and Tuesday IsGameNightat floral designers, temp assign.As carpet, drapes, fenced yard,cerP-'
Blackman the USO. There will be a you are available. TEMP- tral air and oil heat. Low equity,
B/uefacJcef/ InnThursday's Disc Jockey Show this Wed- ORARY TALENT, 1130 ACL payments $131.70 Mo. 7845Jaguar -
Sunday, June 12 nesday starting at 8 p.m. Bldg. 356-0753_- Bowen Real Estate, Realtor -
dance music will be
NAS Karate Documentary 384-1376
Hospital-None But The Brave- provided by March Wilson. Phil APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN
Clint Walker Cay will appear on Saturdayfor Wives are like fishermen HOMES, ORANGE PARK REALTY -, CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION:
Frank Sinatra,
the evenings' entertainment.Two they brag about the ones that 264-2411 '65 Plymouth Fury HI, 4dr all

Stewart C, Field, Doug- ShenandoahJames McClure bands will play this Sunday: got away and complain about the ________ P i power equip. 1 owner, $2150
from 2 to 5 the Casuals, then one they kept., HOMES phone: 384-4121 or Jax ext.82 72.
ORANGE PARK NEW
Monday, June 73 Dale McBride, "The Music Motor Transportation High-
All brick, 3 & ,,4 BDRMS, 2 '
Man", will be performing the lights.ICOUPONI. FOR RENT LARGE SHADED
:
NAS Never On A Sunday Bath, built in rar"e/O, cen-
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trailer lot. Midway,Jax-Cecil
Melina Mercouri.JewelesDassin tral heat A/C, optional
Hospital Judith Sophia '$13950 $17000. Dwn. payment ,off 103rd 7710550.

Loren, .Peter Finch '$450 $700. PAUL C. ARM- FOR SALE: BEAGLE PUPS,

C, Field ,Bus ,Riley's Back' ROOSEVELT MALL STRONG, REG. BROKER., 264- reg. black and white. 6 wks. old.
*? In-town -.AnnMargaret.MichaelParks : '. 2195. .-

',;; ., 7716240.pr r'r \ Ie
Tuesday Jun. 14 '
rzr'CAR'WAS'H"OPEH CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION: CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION:

64 Chev. Biscayne, 2dr, R&H, 62 Falcon, 2 dr, stick shift, need
-1be'MoneyTrap Glen O o a/t, power $1300. Phone: 384- some body work $395. phone:
MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM.6PM O
Ford Elke Sommer.
CL 4121, or Jax Ext. 8273. 384-4121 or Jax. Ext. 8273.
Hospital Karate Documen- SUNDAY-8:30AM.1:00PM. C

taryC. o THIS COUPON WORTH SOt OFF D
Field -None But The Brave- O
FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL HOME .
SANTA MONICA: 3 BR, 2B, .....
Frank Sinatra, Clint Walker (,,) On A Cir Wish Arc Dir Except Wri. z with trees, 3 BR, l/2'tile bath, cent heat A/C, panelled fam.

Wednesday, June 75 dbl. car garage, A/C, patio, RM, covered patio, gar., nice
EVERY WED. IS IARGAIN DAY .25
$ .fenced, convenient to air,stations, lot w/trees, low pymnts. Saleor
NAS Waco Howard Keel, AUTO WAX APPLIED Ige. equity, low dwn. pymnt. lease. 771-5553
Jane Russell FREE Pymnts. $146.00 per mo. 5030
Hospital Never OnA Sunday- WITH CAR WASH!. Romilly Dr., E. vicinity of 103rd

Melina Meroouri, Jeweles Das- LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT UALf, SHOPPING CENTER!; !: &Jammes. HOUSE FOR SALE: OAK'HILL
sinC. PARK, swim pool, 3 BR, 2B,
Field Judith -' Sophia COUPON den w/fireplace, ,sep. din. nit,
Loren, Peter Finch HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, cent heat & A/C, 7712681or
cent heat & air, Fla. Rm, large 771-4489.
,Saturday Matinee: Captain Sin- living rm, sep. diningrmacross
bad Guy Williams, Heidi Bruhl St. from Elementry school. Cath. r
PLUS: Monster and The Ape YOUR school bus near new Forrest Hi.

(Chapter 13)SOUTHERN phone 771-8416 night or day. FOR SALE: IN ROLLING HILLS,

r 4BR, brick home, '1,650 sq. ft.

ttUDAS HYDE GROVE ACRES: 4BR, 2 B, DR, den, w/fireplace,
cent heat/air Parkay firs.,
1/2B, split-level, A/C,flexible
terms, avail. Immediately. 1627 Ig. patio, Huge Oak tree, 10 min.

--1 MAN KNOWS ALL THE Westminister Ave. 781-3324. Cecil, 20 min. NAS, 1243
7t7i Palisades Dr. 781-0236.
a
; ., f RIGHT ANGLES ONMUFFLERS

NAVY MOVING OUT OF CREDIT UNION
RET. : REPOSSESSION:
: ;; town. No reasonable offer re- 64 Plymouth Belvedere 2 dr,

fused. 3BR, 1 1/2B, cent..A/C Hard top, clean, 1 owner 18,000
& heat, kit. equip.. chain: link miles, $1375. phone: 384-
fence, patio. $96. mo. total 4121 or Jax'ext. 8273.

;4 HE'S SQUARE AND PROUD OF ITI 7716419.

SQUARE-DEALs-Best In Town, Service
h 557 FOR SALE:, New 2 story 3BRs,
Midas FURN APT FOR RENT:
Fast, Installation Free, Famous
Oak No. 5. air conditioned, double garage, ,conv. to NAS &
t ( Guarantee for as long as you own 3 rms. $55 mo. or weekly Cecil schools, central heat &
your car.If replacement is ever necessary Private. 3544903. Air. 6818 Azul'' Ct. 771-9139

,3x t w. you pay only a service charge.
MUST SACRIFICE:(Orders)1962
DON'T RUN AROUND IN VW Sedan excel. cond. $775. SALE OR RENT: Xtra Ige 3BR, '

pr w ; ,y v w CIRCLES COME TO MIDAS 1961 Renault new engine- 2B, DR, den, f'place, central
a $300771-0364 or NAS Jax ext. air, eat in kit, d'washer,

} yri MO MIDAS TAIL PIPES*SMOCKS'BRAKES 752. disposal. Nr. bases. 3957 Lane
Ave. S. 771-3016.

4758 San Juan Ave. 384-1356 COMPLETELY FURNISHED:

L.. Studio Apt. in private home, one
n Complete BrakeDepartments adult. Ortega Point, $80 mo. NEAR NAS: LARGE PRIVATE
at 3889886. trailer lot. Free hauling. $25I ,'
month 7714750.

5824 Beach Blvd.* 398-1519 FAIRFAX MANOR: SMALL

COWGIRL/ Pref- MUFFLER 22nd & Main St.* 35S.0528 f urn. cottage, adult only. $50. NEAR NAS: LARGE PRIVATE

ty Johanna Brandon considers mo. utilities included, 4158. trailer lot. Free local hauling.

herself a Florida cowgirl. Shirley Ave. EV75789. $25 month 771-4750.

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I I Straight For Jax Navy Fliers Solution-Fly 'UJJ The Rigging


.:.:::' The Jax Navy Fliers continued their winning streak this past Have you ever thought about
weekend when they took two double headers, from Jay's Shell
;
#t :: ? if
learning to fly Well you Lt. P. E. ThibodeauThe
By
Friday and Terminal Truck Lines on Saturday.
.
j' : ,on have, now is the time to begin.
\\tI Littleton of AE "B" School and Don Stewart of 0 &R
r Big John
The Jax Navy Flying Club and Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club's skippers have really been
?.. took turns on the mound to bring the Fliers' record to sixteen its 140 members invite you' to busy the past few weeks! Sunday before last at the Trl-Qub Series
+r' .straight wins. The Jax Navy squad lost their opening double header Join the fun and learn how to Sail Off, Bill Scronce, the NJSC Gannett Class Champion, placed

to Robins AFB. fly at rates you can afford.. third.At .
t Don Stewart was on the mound things off early for the Fliers
\ an Awards banquet that evening at the Fla. Yacht dub, he
: for the first game against Jay's with his first inning double. Duel All that it takes is a tele- was awarded the Greater Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce

I Shell on Friday night. The Fliers Chinn (VP-5)) knocked one out phone call or a visit to the Sailing Trophy for winning the greatest number of competition
t t won it by a score of 3-2 on five of the park for a home run and club trailer at Herlong Airport, points for the Spring Series.
; hits which included a home run scored again In the 3rd inning. located on Normandy Blvd. between Other series trophy winners were: Dan Jackson, second and Ted
; by Willie Miller of NATTC. Mil The Fliers will be playing NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Hanks, third In the Bantam Class; Bill Scronce, first and Charlie
1 ler's hit came In the bottom this Friday and Saturday nightat Eastham. second In the Gannet Class.
1t of the 9th inning. Macl t Pilot's license in six months or Last Saturday, the RudderClw's
Littleton Shell
\ kept Jay's Friday has not been named
less fly home on leave see Mug Race was enduredby ran (owners names not known).
scoreless in the second game of yet, but Saturday the Jax NaY
f' Florida from the air. Student, several NJSC crews. At this Something new for the July
the night, winning by a final team will go against Murray Hill
time results unknown but NJSC ( July 7, 7:30
meeting
Private, Commercial, ATR all are
score of 2-0. Big John also Baptist, number one team In the
are welcome. they will be reported in next p.m. at the clubhouse), a movie
came with three hits during Murray Hill Church
up League.
week's column. Crews plan- by Pearson Yachts called the
: come.
r the night, but Frank Hicks of
ning to enter are: Russ Seipp "World's Series of Sailing".The
VP-5 was credited with scoring The HAS Cecil// '"Raid If this sounds interesting you and family, Ropeyarn Mus- movie is about the 1965' Finn
the two runs,both of which were
home runs. ers" will play six home can obtain additional information champs Caron and:! Bell, Anytime Championships and should pro-
Saturday night the Fliers were gomes this week against by.coming out to the club trailerat Phil Thibodeau erry Kin- vide a lot of pointers to our
Herlong Airport or,call 781- and Charlie Eastham Rebel- If this additionto
out to win again, taking the first local city league teams nan racing skippers.
All will be 0227. Club meetings are held J. D. Forest and:! Ren Luder, our meeting is well received,
vl game 4-0 with the winning pitcher games playedon
each Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Walker and other films.
obtain
Littleton "B" Cockspur Jim guest, I'll try to
giving up only two Circle/ / Horth at
All are welcome. Gannet Frank Dybdall.Sunfish- National Safe Boating Week
hits. Don Stewart took the mound
in the second game and shut out 1900. Tonight, CF vs Join the fun FLY I Bob Marshall and Walt, Scow. will be celebrated July 4-10.
Terminal Truck Lines 2-0, giv- PanAm Life Ins.; Friday Some of the NJSC members We have been asked by the U. S.
hit the 'CF vs St. Johns Park : will be crewingonlocalcruisers. Coast Guard to participate by ,
ing only
up one during .
: game. Baptist; and'Saturday, CF uHereltwn'6FLORIST Coming up this week, end is giving a demonstration of safe '
Lou Rada from VP-30 started vs Eastern Airlines. I the St. John's Regatta, hosted boating practices. Anybodygot
{ by the Florida Yacht Club. They any suggestions?
are expecting over 100 boats of SALTY SEZ See'n as I
j LORI DA NATIONAL BAN[{ all classes to compete. There been soundln' off about Rules
SAN JMM| Complete Floral Services
AT | Y will be several Bantamsbesidesthe 0' the Road lately, I thought
AVE. ap, LAKE SHORE ORCHID CORSAGE? NJSC boats, to compete for rd give ye a few questionsover
We Grow Our the Fla. State Rhodes Bantam the next few weeks con-
(Between
E Championship.Some sarnin' same. Answers '11
Roosevelt ;,, r Buy ownrg'
owned
& new privately appear the follerin' week if'fn
Blanding) and Save boats have t joined the Club's ye don't know' em already.

roster lately. Jamie White'sOld All questions'll be from the Inland -

"Yur Beak far COMPLETE Ieekiq Services", 6237 RlMdiu Ilva.eNe Cove II, Mo Hayes' Comet, Rules. O. K., are ye
,
P 771-3535 a Gemini Catamaran and another ready? In the following situations -
,J BANKING HOURS: Canadian built Catama-
I Monday-Thursday > which boat. has.the Right
SEE US & SAVE of Way ( assuming mere is a
: Bank 9:00cmt-200pm: ON YOUR risk of collision) ? (a) Running
tI Drive-In Tellers 900flm-4:30pm THERE IS A free vs. Close Hauled -
Friday AUTO LOAN (0') Closehauled port tacks vs.
I PIC- Closehauled stbd. tack (c)Run
,
9OOom-2OOpm
Bank :
5:00pm-8:00pm Member of TDIC ning free port tack vs. Running
Drive-in Tellers 9OOam: -8OOpm free stbd. tack (d) Both run-
N'-SAVE ning free, same tack (e) Wind
t aft abeam vs wind foreward
abeam.

( NOW In PicturesqueORANGE STORE Regatta See you I all at the St. John's


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1965 DELUXE WAGON. . . .$1850

1965 GIIIA R&II, Like New . $1850

Choice of Floors, Terrazzo, All with Garages 1965 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS. . .$1495
Hardwood or Parquet Toll FREE Route to R&II, Low Mileage.

Central Heat and Air Condi- Beachesl-295)( ) 1964 GI11AS R&H. . . . $1695

tlonlng/ Optional Convenient/ to Elementary 1964 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS. R&II. .$1295 '

Sidewalks Paved Streets and High Schools, Churches, 1963 1500 SQUAREBACK, R&II . .$1295 Ellen Eyster BEAUTY enjoys- Pretty the pleas.Jo
.'Water &
Sewerage and Shopping 1963 . .
VOLKSWAGEN . .$1350 ure of an unspoiled beach at
t DIRECTIONS South on Highway No. 17 to Klngsley Avenue, Orange Pork. Double Cabin Pickup. R&II. one of the U.S.'s, sea-
Turn rlHt; entrance to Grove Park one mil on right. 1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H . . $1150: sdlstate parks.CHURCH many
I f 1962 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS, R&II.$995

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INC. 6:00 P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS
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BOWLING Spartans 31 2S VP-4S 4.4Akes VAP- 2 S"
Continental/ League Cat fives :!OS 4 5 3 6 :
Luis NATTC Golf 32S 7Faetu 6. .:
Mtc-A ds: Muise Gd. 3 F.Ie eBfee 4 .
Airmen 39 21 Lucky 1 t9 31 : 1 1 3 6.57
SOFTBALL Desk Jockeys 36.5 Miars zr 33 VP-1 0 3 FWF 4 '6
23.5 \"
Hoping that the month of June Spoilers 36.5 23.5 ,R1 ers :6 34Ga11ey FAW-ll '. 0,9 2.S 1.5\,r;
Moluolas 1 22 34 VP-30 4 6 .
will briagiess rain than the monthof 31 21 GOLF "
,Mot y. the nine teams in the King J I Pins 23 23 Darters 22 34 2 ask
NATTC Softball League continue Mix Masters 34 26 Doctors 23 31 Hatiottel Leegv.679th CFJ .5
their spirited play for coveted Galley 3 34 26 Deicers: 22 28Aewron 10 0 4 5'&.',
first place which along with Thunderheads 31 25 B 13 41 9.5.5. Cotnm 1 9
Plzzans Alley Cats 9 51 8..5 1.5 0 10'.1j1'F1nt ;
VP-3CB
second and third place will receive 30.5 29.5 "
trophies at the season'send. VP-30 Chiefs 30 30 9 1 ( set cfluadlcaf fires denei9es ,.
Two teams have so far Toppers 29 31 (American League statisticsnot : HospB 6 3 ); secscd are .for
made a tight race of it for the BB Stackers 28 32 : available at press time.) 1.5 oS scratch.)
top spot.In Torch Pots 26 30 SOFTBALL Harts B' U 3.5
games played last week Sky Warr B 26 30 6 4 Youth Cbaservoiroa Camp
(June 2) AEA-B defeated AEB) Druthers 25 31 National League'Comm A/C Ma..im 5"
14-3; Marine AEA-A providedthe Detters 26.5 33.5 9 0 5' 5 Fl5henr-a vkxxBpaaioas> wouM mile
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closest contest: with their Hard Hats 23 33 VAP-62 7 '/1' Nartu A 4.5 4..S fiehittg : of their
win over AOB) 9 8 and the MoonJlters 22 34 O&R 7 :, 3 ... 5 4"Flceur IWreD will be keresse4 IB
Navy Support steamroller made Tipplers 20 36 CFJ 6 "'2 4.5 5-5 the traiflfag, program
erradeee
quick work out of the AEA) Griffins 15 33 Nartu 5 4 ,3 'r Florida Youth .Q
nine. 36-1. The winning pitcher A/C Ktaint. 3' 5 Air Ops 3' 1 Camp. Tte camp Is a caasenradoa -
for "Support" was W. R. National League Martd 2 '" 6VW4 ,3 7stz workshop designed'toteich
Miller who saw the garnet only 2.6. ply 2 8 the value of natural: fe-
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Rejects 45.5 14.5 2 .6 .\ ,3 'I
run scored on an error. Weapons source coaserYationthrcw gar
CPO's 41.5 18.5 Disp t 0' .v49' Darters 1.5 1.5I' ticl-pMiOQ !fR outdoor acti ties.
League standings as of June Nanu Chiefs .ro 20 American League .>::1 9"Faetu TheYetth Onsenation Caaj
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Weekend Wins Make .It 16 Fl LIk.Yo.' .',. Whistling In ,4'

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f Straight For Jax Navy FliersThe Solution-Fly The Rigging


lax Navy Fliers continued their winning streak this past Have you ever thought about
:weekend when they took two double headers, from Jay's Shell
learning to fly? Well, if you By Lt. P. E. Th/boc/eotf
;"on Friday and:! Terminal Truck Lines on Saturday. have, now is the time to begin.
kf Big John Littleton of AE "B" School and Don Stewart of 0 & R The Jax Navy Flying Club and The Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club's 'skippers have really been
took turns on the mound to bring the Fliers' record to sixteen Its 140 members invite you to busy the past few weeks 1 Sunday before last at the Tri-Qub Series
;straight wins. The Jax Navy squad lost t opening double header_ the fun and learn how to Sail Off, Bill Scronce, the NJSC Gannett Class Champion, placed
to Robins AFB. join- at rates you can afford.. third.
Don Stewart was on the mound things off early for the Fliers At an Awards banquet that evening at the Fla. Yacht dub, he
for the first game against Jay's with his first inning double. Duel AU that it takes is a tele- was awarded the Greater Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
Shell on Friday night. The Flierswon Qiinn (VP-5)) knocked one out phone call or a visit to the Sailing Trophy for winning the greatest number of competition
it by a score of 3-2 on five of the park for a home run and club trailer at Herlong Airport, points for the Spring Series.
hits which included a home run scored again In the 3rd inning. located on Normandy Blvd. between Other series trophy winners were: Dan Jackson, second and Ted
by Willie Miller of NATTC. Mil The Fliers will be playing NAS lax and Cecil Field. Hanks, third In the Bantam Class; Bill Scronce, first and Charlie
ler's hit came in the bottomof this Friday and Saturday nightat Eastham second In the Gannet Class.
You can earn your Private --
9th Mackroth
the inning.Littleton Field. The
opponentfor ""
Last Saturday, the RudderClub's
Pilot's license In six months or
kept Jay's Shell Friday has not been named Mug Race was enduredby ran (owners names not known).
less fly home on leave see
scoreless in the second of but the
game yet Saturday lax Nav
for the July
Student several NJSC crews. At this Something new
Florida from the air. ,
the night, winning by a final team will go against Murray Hill
July 7, 7:30
Private, Commercial, ATR all time, results are unknown but NJSC meeting (
score of 2-0 Big John also Baptist, number one team In the
welcome. they will be reported In next p.m. at the clubhouse), a movie
with three hits Murray Hill Church are
came up duringthe League. week's column. Crews plan- by Pearson Yachts called the"World's
but Frank Hicks of come.If
night,
Russ Series of Sailing".The
ning to enter are: Seipp
,VP-5 was credited with scoring The/ HAS Cecil "Raid. this sounds interesting you and family, Ropeyarn Mus- movie is about the 1965' Finn
the home two runs. ,both of which were ers" will play six home can obtain additional Information champs Caron and Bell, Any- Championships and should pro-
runs.Saturday games this week against by.coming out to the club trailerat time Phil Thibodeau,Jerry Kin- vide a lot of pointers to our '
night the Fliers were local city league teams Herlong: Airport or(Call 781- nan and Charlie Eastham, RebelJ. racing skippers. If this additionto
to win again, taking the first
out 0227. Club meetings are held D. Forest and Ren Luder, our meeting is well received,
..,,., game 4-0 with the winning pitcher All games will be playedon each Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. Cockspur -Jim Walker and guest, I'll try to obtain other films.
Littleton, giving two 'B" Circle North
up only at Week
All are welcome. Gannet Frank Dybdall Sunfish- National Safe Boating
hits. Don Stewart took the mound 1900. Tonight, CF vs Join the fun FLY! Bob Marshall and Walt, Scow. will be celebrated July 4-10.
I in the second game and shut out PanAm Life Ins.; Fri Some of the NJSC memberswill We have been asked by the U. S.
Terminal Truck Lines 2-0, giv- day, CF vs St. Johns Park be crewingonlocalcrulsers. Coast Guard to participate by
ing up.only one hit during the Baptist; and'Saturday, CF Coming up this weekend. Is giving a demonstration of safe \

game.Lou Rada from VP-30 started vs Eastern Airlines. Jlle7iIain'6FLORIST the St. John's Regatta, hosted boating practices. Anybodygot '
: by the Florida Yacht Club. They any suggestions?
are expecting over 100 boats of SALTY SEZ See'n as I
NATIONAL BAN / all classes to compete. There been soundin off about Rules
JAN JUAN FLORIDA AT Complete Floral Services will be several Bantamsbesidesthe 0' the Road lately, I thought

AVE. ,wna ? LAKE SHORE ORCHID CORSAGE? NJSC boats, to compete for rd give ye a few questionsover
We Grow Our the Fla. State Rhodes Bantam the next few weeks con-
(Between r Championship.Some sarnin same. Answers '11
Roosevelt Buy own1ljj": new privately owned appear the follerin week if'fnye
& Blanding) and Save boats haver joined the Club's don't know' em already.All .
roster lately. Jamie White's questions'll be from the Inland -

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Monday-Thursday L.-.._ __ .._ tions_, 1_
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SoftMlMFC No. 1 1In 1I. HAS Jax Intramural Scoreboard LI ; '., I I


BOWLING Spartans 31 25 VP-45 4 4 VAP-62 5 4
Continental League Cat Fives 30 26 Afees 4 5 3 6 .,> '
Leads NATTC Golf
Mec-A-Nicks 32 28 Marine Gd. 37 Faetu Blue 4 6. "'
Airmen 39 21 Lucky 7 29 31 Faetu 1 7 3 6.5 ':'.
SOFTBALL
Desk Jockeys 36.5 23.5 :Mixers 27 33 VP-7 0 3 FWF 4 64 "

Hoping that the month of June Spoilers 36.5 23.5 ,Riggers 26 34 FAW-11 '. .0. ".''" 9 2.5 7.5''",,'
will bring less rain than the month Molarolas 31 21 Galley 1 22 34 GOLF 4 VP-30 4'6
of May, the nine teams in the King Pins 23 23 Darters 22 34 2 8'
NATTC Softball League continue Mix Masters 34 26 Doctors 23 37 National League CFJ .5 8.5!.
their spirited play for coveted Galley 3 34 26 Devirers 22 28 679th 10 0 4 5''Ii'. :
first place, which, along with Thunderheads 31 25 Aewron B 13 47 9.5 ..5VP30B Comm 1 9 ; '
Pizzans Alley Cats ,9 51 8.5, 1.5 o 10:t
second and third place will receive 30.5 29.5 '
trophies at the season'send. VP-30 Chiefs 30 '.30BB statisticsnot 9" 1 : (First set of' figures denotes ;'
Two teams have so far Stackers 29 (American League Hosp B 6 3 handicap; second are for
32 available at press time.) .5
made a tight race of it for the 28 7.5 scratch.)
top spot. Torch Pots 26 30 SOFTBALL Nartu, B' .. 6.5 3.5 ,I. ...
In games played' last week,, Sky Warr B 26 30 b 4 Youth Conservation Camp
(June 2) AEA-B defeated AEB]) Druthers 25 31 National League A/C Malnt ., 4'
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14-3; Marine AEA-A providedthe Detters 26.5 33.5 Comm 9 0 ... 5' 5 Fishermen wtio would nuke
closest contest with their Hard Hats 23 33 VAP-52 7'1 Nanu A .: 4.5' "4. fishing companions of their
win over AOB) 9 8 and the MoonJlters 22 34 O&R 7 }'.,3 5' 4 children will be interested in
Navy Support steamroller made Tipplers 20 36 CFJ 6e2 Ficeuf" 4.5 5.5 the training program at the
quick work out of the AEA]) Griffins 15 33 Nartu 5 '" 4 ,,3 7 Florida Youth Conservation
nine, 361. The winning pitcher Ale Maim. 3' 5 Air Ops 3' 7' Camp. The camp is a con
for "Support" was W. R. National League Martd 2. 6 3 7 'servation workshop designed'to
Miller who saw the gamete only VW-4 2 \' '6 r Supply 2t 8 teach the value of natural resource -
run scored on an error. Rejects 45.5 14.5CPO's Weapons 2 .6' ./. .,' .,: 7 conservationthroughpar-
415 18.5 Disp I 0 <,9' Darters, ..;, \ ; i.5 7.5 ticipation in outdoor activities.The .
League standings as of June Nartu Chiefs 40 20 'J.1, 9 '
American League 'Youth Conservation Camp
2nd: Sky Warr A 40 20 Faetu Gold L' 1.5 75J' ; June 12, and continues X'Being
Admin 9 1 opens
Neptunes 36 24 .... ,(" 2. 8 13 for
NFO 35 25 VP-5 8 1 ..J. Oo" through August seven
Won Lost
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VP-30 6 2
White Hats M 26
Hasp 5 3 American League"FAWll nature study, camping,fishing
Navy Support ..j d 9 0 Hurricanes 34 26 679th 3 ::8 1 hunting, archery, firearms
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NATTCs Intramural Golf .
League ended its season last PAYMENTSMcDOUGALl'S .
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I t. ;:: NAS CECIL FIELD INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL WRAPUP .


' ; Tuesday, May 31 fman with a triple in the fifth two in the last half of the thirdto holding VF-174 scoreless until runs making It 4-2. Admin, (ina
t.. ,1 ', and Troupe with a single. tie the game. Then NAMTG the sixth, when the"Hellrazors" final effort, put up a threat
t' ; VA44.12VC4-0. Admin's hits were made by lumped in the lead again in the scored their only run. In the final inning but could only ,
Payne with a single in the second fourth with two more runs. The. In their first Inning VA-44 get one run and came out on
,t," I!: Burtom and Siegler combined and double in the fourth,and Hun- Marines finally came up in the got two of their four hits when the short end of the score 43.
: their pitching efforts to ter and Dunlap with singles. seventh with two runs to take the Beasley and Waples both singled. The winning pitcher was Bus-
I' earn game by a score of-9-?. They got their other two hits sell with four strikeouts and giving
another for VA-44
p: \ :+ ; eleven victory strikeouts, three walks, with Wednesday, June 1 The winning pitcher was in the fifth, on a double by up four hits. The losing
and hit ball O' Weapons 7; VF1l 5 Womble, after relieving Mc- Beasley and a single by McGhee. pitcher was Hunter who struckout -
a no
j\ t Toole took the losses,striking game.out Cellan on the mound. The losing The winning hurler for the three, and allowed five hits,
wasAnthonyforNAMTG. "Hornets" was Seigler strikingout all singles.
pitcher
: only two men and allowing the"Hornets" Gravinese came up with the
The Marines' big inning was ten and allowing five hits. .
a total ten hits. win, pitching a three hit '
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I k A homerun for VA-44 was ball game and striking out six in the seventh with five runs The losing pitcher was Bussell .
batted In with five hits Morris with four strikeouts and givingup 4 VC4 3
made by Bower in the third VF-ll's batters,and walking only Supply ;
the rest of the hits for VA-44 two. Rutledge took the loss with a double, Stone, Pilarsky four hits.
and Chittum with singles. Mor- The top hitter for the "Hell-
were made by McGhee with two with six strikeouts and allowingfive
.
ris's double in that inning put him razors" was Bussell with a VC-4 came close to topping
i for three, and singles by Beas- hits. in scoring for Perez'ssingle double In the fourth. Supply, but lost it in the sixth.
position
; ley, Arwine and the winning pit- The "Red Rippers" were Baker also had a good They led in the game 3-2 up
cher Burtom. leading at the end of the second day at the plate with two doubles VF174 4; Admin -3 to the single Inning when Supply
f by one run, but Weapons came in the game. Womble also sing- went ahead 4-3.
t up with two runs in the thirdto led in the seventh bringing in The "Hellrazors" came up The winning pitcher was Cof-
1. NAMTG 4; VFI74-7 jump ahead, and keep the, one run. with the win in a close battle fman and the losing pitcher wa;
lead all through the game. NAMTG's big inning was In with Admin. It was a scoreless Hauck. Hits for Supply were made
NAMTG were the victors of Howard pacedWeapons'hitting the first with four runs scoredon game until the fifth when,VF-174 by Todd with two singles and
\ 'the game with only one hit to attack with a triple in the third. five hits, by McCommon, An- came up with two runs, then McEwen McNally, Butler and
i r : the "Hellrazors"four,and scoring Zeoli had two singles, also for thony, TefeyHammond and Gra- Admin scored two to tie it In the Landry with singles. VC-4's hits
I all their unearned runs in Weapons. VF-ll's three scratch ham. Tefey also had a doublein sixth. VF-174 struck back againin were supplied by Wesseler,
the third inning.McCommon hits were supplies by Sweeny, the sixth and a single in the the seventh with two more Hauck and Leissner with singles.
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