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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1966
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::: Jax Waves To Celebrate 24th -Anniversary Saturdayr14


:i (See Photo Story Of Some., Of Their Jobs On Pages 6 end 7)) ,

.. It's anniversary time for the"Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service"as to lead them. ,
( the original wartime designation of the Navy's women stood.for), and the more Serving at Naval establishments throughout the United States and at several overseas 1
than 140 Waves stationed at Jax's mainside commands have plans to celebrate commands, the Waves of today are still doing what their counterparts of WW II did -- k
:. the occasion in real, old .- fashioned style, working at the jobs which only they can perform and in addition, permit a more liberal
.' "Hoedown" is the theme of the annual annlversaryparty which will be held Saturday rotation system to be maintained from ship to shore for the seagoing sailors. M
1" night in acknowledgement of the end of the 24th year of the existence of the emergency Waves at Jacksonville can be found working in a large percentage of the Navy's '
,.. J volunteers who proved too valuable to the Navy to be done away with after the World rates, from"Blackshoe" to "Airdale" to "Medic". i
,, War II emergency situation was long past. At NAS there are 98 enlisted Waves and three officers, with 31 enlisted at NATTC, '

, Today there are approximately 5,500 enlisted Waves on active duty, with an addi- eight at NFO, one at NARTU, six at Fleet: )Weather Facility, an additional and 41 :
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; tional 1,500 in the inactive Reserves, and an appropriate percentage' of Wave Officers at the Hospital. There are also three MSC Officers4 at the Hospital, and Fleet Weather ;
and FICEUR each have one Wave Officer.
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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. 18 U. S. NAVAL, AIR. STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JULY 28, 1966 4 II




SpecialExam Results, From Busy Week- Command Change AI id Farewell \':



May PrintedFinal I r Head Of IRDHonored 1


results are In from the "' With

special E.4 exams which were v:

held/ In May this year. Lists ti 1e !,\.' 'f, ,I It 2nd High A wd. ;

of those who made the gradewere ,

submitted to the Jax Air Last Wednesday> at a farewell C

Hews by the Educational luncheon hosted by the Naval 'f

Services Offices of some commands Air Station Association, Kir. t
aboard. Here they are: Leonard B. Eubanks presented t'
Capt. J. R. Mackroth with a t
AUGUST B t 3N .... plaque on behalf of the group. IJ
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however the roles '1
HAS .,.......... .., .._.. The: next day, ,
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I' 'tII '' ..were, changed arkUCapt.;.Mack- ". ,!dllt.. .
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.... .. ., .-,AZ3W) J. E.-Adams; AO3 W., ." .. 'I J roth presented Mr. Eubanks with'the 1
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W. Dickinson; ATN3 G.V. Fuess; .- !lit ;; ..' """ Navy's Superior Civilian A- .I
AMS3 R. M.' Johnson;' A03 ..,: ,-: > \ I ward. '
R. E. Long; PR3 P. W. Lyons; '
AMH3 B. Mahreholz; ADJ3 G. Farewell LuncheonMore \\
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: : L, than 70 key civiliansand >

FAREWELL GIFTS/ were glv./ CAPT. MACKROTH PRESENTED Mr. Eubanks with the certificate ranking naval officers attended -

NATTC en to Capt.> ,and Mrs. Mack-, that read as follows "This certificate of award Is presented the farewell luncheon for ;

roth as token of appreciation. to Leonard B. Eubanks, in recognition and appreciation tribute Mackroth, serving as a )

A03 H. Caplinger; AE3R. and esteem ,during the many of superior serylce which has been of exceptional value and to his leadership. Mr. j

Cherry; AO3 D. Davis; AE3D. parties held/ In their; honor great benefit to the Navy". Eubanks, head of the Industrial the
Relations Dept., represented I
Dickinson; A03 N. Econo-
with( farewell
. mos; A03 R. From ; A03 R. employee group
remarks and presentation. the
t Grlfe; A03 J. HigginbothamAO3 I
N. Huff; AE3 J. Irwin; AE3A. plaque.
Kiass; AO3 A. Lemke; A03 Capt. Mackroth expressed deep
for the sincere and
B. Lightfoot; A03 J. Martindale; 4d appreciation
AE3 D. Mercurio; AE3 L. Nick; active teamwork and cooperative
exhibited the civilian
AE3 R. Odom; AE3 S. Perry; spirit by
AE3 R. Rickford; A03 Schmitt I group throughout his tour as com-
va
officer.
AE3 Sprague, A03 R.Wallace manding
, A03 R. Stolle. ; 4 The captain'also pointed to the
1R fact that Jacksonville has well-
earned reputation throughout the

r Navy for its excellent civilian-
HOSPITALHM3 i ( 1 military relations.

T.E.Duncan; HM3 Daniel 2nd Highest Award
: I
11M3 Kenneth Phil- t.
.
Harrington;
Mack-
Yid The following day Capt.
HM3 Alan S. *
lips; Pomeroy
.j).. C roth performed one of his last
VP./16 < ceremonies as NAS Jax Com-
manding Officer when he
AMH3 C. Cobbs IIi YN3 pre-
Roy ;
Eubanks with the
sented Mr, Sup-
Jon W. Moore; AX3 Peter J. '. Award.
erior Civilian Service
Richard ADJ3 Richard G.
;
behalfof
The award was made on
Schmidt.SEPTEMBER RAdm. Allen M. ShInn, Commander
Naval Air Systems Command -
HAS and consisted of a certifi-
AC3 (W) F. A. Bressee; ATN3A.
and
cate lapel pin.
Dagostino; Em G. F. Evans; OUTGOING AND INCOMING CO'S DISCUSS PROBLEMS OF HOLDING COMMAND. The award is the second high-
A03 L. E. Freeman; ADJ3 G.E. be
est honorary degree that can
Magee; AMS3 F. J. Steinbeck; civilian of
granted to employees
A03 J. W..spivey. r. the Navy Department and is issued .- t.

NATTCAE3 in recognition of outstanding
efforts and accomplishments on
.
W. Carroll; A03 W.
behalf of the Navy.
"
Christiansen; AE3 T.Czarnecki; In forwarding the award for 11
t, A03 W. Laur; AE3 M. Moore; J.
rf- AE3 F. O'Brien; AE3 R. Rooms- presentation, RAdm. Shinn stat-
burg; A03 D. Scott.HOSPITAL. ed, "Please extend to Mr. Eu-
banks my appreciation and thanks
for his continued outstanding efforts \

HM3 LarryG.BellHM3James and accomplishments inthe

R. Brush; SK3 Christo Cap- personnel administration and in-
dustlral relations of the Naval '.
HM3 Michael K. Handy
puccio; ; '
HM3 Kenneth N. Hatcher; DT3 Air Station, Jacksonville. .
Gary L. Huntington; HM3 D. S. Mr. Eubanks has been employ- ::
McKenzie; HM3 Kermit L. Ry- ed at NAS Jax since 1940, having ,
served in his present capacity
dell; HM3 Ralph P. Shelley;
since 1953. He resides with
HM3 Thomas S. Wilson, HM3 May
his wife, Claire and their two +
Nicholas E. Wittry. '
daughters in the Hyde Grove
(See. "Advancements," Page 2)) FINAL FAREWELLS WERE, SAID TO'CAPT. MACKROTH AT THE GATE, area of Jacksonville.



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HEWS/AFTERBURNER
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'[ :.. Last Call For NESEP! I V 'ne) Services Chaplains/ Message


Yes YOU Stand A ChanceThe ON FORGETTING OUR GOALS
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. By Chaplain R. W. Radcllffe
Kierkegaard, the Danish theologian and philosopher,tells parable

Navy's Enlisted Scientific Education Program (NESEP) is Edward's Chapeland of a wild duck. With his mates this: duck was flying northward to
for Navy petty officers. It is designed so that land in a Danish barnyard where there were some tame ducks.He .
a college program
of their corn, and stayed, first for an hour
ate and enjoyed some
and commission in the Navy.
baccalaureate begree a
can earn a Naval Hospital
you and then for a week, and then for a month, and
for
and then a day,
and
And the Navy pays your way tuition, books, housing, your '
salary while in college. SUNDAY MASSES finally, because liked the good fare and the safety of the barnyard,'

Sound like a good deal? It is. Yet the Navy has never had e- Hospital - --- 0630St. he stayed all summer.
nough petty officers apply for the program to meet a desired Edward's But one autumn day when his wild mates were winging their way
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 southward again, they passed over the barnyard, and their mate
quota.Perhaps the reason for insufficient applications is the numberof heard their cries. It stirred him with a strange thrill of joy and
people in the Navy. Over 700,000. DAILY MASSESSt. delight, and flapping his wings, he rose in the air to join his old
What's my chance of being selected? I'm only one of 700,000. Edward's: comrades In their flight to the land of summer. But, alas, he found
fare had made him so soft and heavy that he could riseno
Well, let's take a look. Monday thru Friday 1130 that his good
First of all you've got to have a combined GCT/ARI of 118. Saturday - -' 0900 higher than the eaves of the barn. So he sank back again to the
If you've got that you're in the top 15 percent of the Navy. So, Naval Hospital: barnyard and said to himself, "Oh well; my life is safe here and'
now you're one of about 105,000. Chances still slim? Look furthers) Friday ---------1205 the fare is good.
The age limits of the program are 21 through 25. That eliminates Every spring,and againevery autumn,when the wild ducks flew over
another percent or so. Now you are about one of 50,000. CONFESSIONSSt. his barnyard and he heard their honking cry, his eye gleamed fora
Things look bad? Perhaps not. The largest number of applications Edward's : moment and he began to lift his wings because he hoped to join
received in lltteover 3,000. That 2000 But length, the day came when the wild ducks flew
ever one year was Sa ( Saturday - 1900 his mates. at
was in 1961, and the number of !applications have been on the down- Sunday - - -0815 0845; over him and uttered their cry, and he paid not the slightest attentionto
grade every year because the?Navy tries:, 'to J enrolled in the 22 colleges taking part i inNES, >;P? your chances for Hospital: Sunday - -0615 This story reminds us that it is easy to forget our ideals- and
selection are now about one In three. become content with lesser things. Our Ideals inspire us to soarto
So, if You'd like to be that one in three and start college in Sep- CATECHISM CLASSES higher levels of living, but we must constantly refresh our minds
tember 1967, here's what you do: Chapel Annex Building 722: concerning our ideals. When we forget them, the equivalent of the
Stop and see you education and training officer today. He'll Saturday's 1000 barnyard may become the place where we are forced to live.
probably have a booklet on the NESEP program published by the What has happened to your ideals? Have you forgotten them to
Bureau of Naval Personnel In February 1966.It DIVINE SERVICES become content with lesser things?
will answer any questions you have concerning eligibility, PROTESTANTAll
past history of NESEP students, career opportunities and assign Saints Chapel

ments, and other related subjects. t 3 From
In case the booklet Isn't available, here's the gist of what it SUNDAY'S Flying High VP-7
0800 - Holy Communion
says. 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship
During July, a Navy directive has been soliciting NESEP appli-
cations. If you meet the qualifications, and are recommendedby SUNDAY SQIOOL Ship At 1 Mi. For 12 1 Ft. $

your. commanding officer, you'll take a screening test In November ------Chapel\ Annex

Building 722
If you pass the 200-questIon exam, your test score and record
will go before a NESEP selection board next February. They make Recently shipping over one-mile high, for a stack of one dollar
the final selection. If you're selected you'll attend a nine-week WEDNESDAY'S bills twelve feet high, were three crew members of Patrol Squadron
preparatory school next summer at Balnbridge, Maryland or San 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal Seven: ATN2 Henry R. Rustmann, AX2 Austin M. Jackson, and

Diego, California. THURSDAY AX2 Floyd A. Beatty.
After that you're off to the university. While there you won't 2000 Christian Science Service The re-enlistment ceremonywas
take any military science subjects, but rather one of 12 majorsin conducted while airborne
CO CitesSix
engineering, science or mathematics.After SECOND MONDAY of Each Month aboard a VP-7 SP-2H"Neptune"
graduation you'll attend officer candidate school and be 0930 Chapel Women's Guild patrol aircraft with Lt.j.g.( ) Da-
assigned to the fleet as a line officer.If (Small Chapel) E.M.'sAt non D. Liston at the controls.
you're not applying because you're worried about average Officiating at the airborne cere-
grades in high school or college, quit worrying.: Even if you ,t r U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, mony was Cdr. John R. Swadener -
dropped out of college', for poor grades yours! sJln eligible"} :to apply! !( ,Sunday's .- -, -' 1000; VAP62Cmdr. the squadron's, ..Executive! .Of: .
for NESEP. (* ,,v: o ,fV' .1t S.i7 I' ficer and the Patrol Plane Com
Records indicate that many NESEP students had average gradesIn CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT H. F. Bryant, CO of mander. '
high, school and college. They also indicate that these same VAP 62, honored six outstanding The combined total of the re-
students do very well in college. enlisted men at Commendatory enlistment bonus was more than
Honors earned. by NESEP students (1963-64( academic year): Today- Mast last Tuesday for their $22,000 which is approximatelyfour
Honor Roll or equivalent 37; Dean's ListHonorRoll Choir Practice at. 7 p. m. contributions to their squadron, feet of one dollar bills per
Sunday-
the Navy, and the nation. man. One day earlier, A02
or equivalent 274; Graduated Magna Cum Laude 4; Graduated -
Sunday School 9:30
at p. m. Heading the list of those receiving John D. Terry, also of VP 7,
Cum Laude Is: Phi Beta Kappa 3; Tau Beta Pi (Honor Chapel Service at 10:30
: a.m.
the letters was YNCS shipped over, which brought the
Engineering Society) 35; Others (Honor Fraternity/society, a- Communion the first
on Sundayof Joseph L. Rivera, the unit's Admin total bonus received by VP-7
wards, etc.) 108. the month.
Deadline for NESEP applications at NAS Jax is next Monday, Division supervisor. He personnel for the week to more
Aug. 1, so you had better rush If you want to get yours In on time CATHOLIC earned the special recognitionfor than $27,000.In .
for consideration this year. If you meet qualifications, all you Daily- his outstanding efforts and addition, Rustmann, Terry,
need to get in right now is a special request chit signed through 11:20 a. m. Mass contributions to the squadron'sunprecedented and Jackson were recently advanced -
your division. seventh con- to the rate of Petty Officer -
Sunday- secutive "Outstanding" in the Second Class which further
8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- recent Admin Material in- added to their stack of dollar
May Advancement List fessions heard before each Mass. spection.The bills. All four petty officers

letter continues: "Your wear the wings of ASW Aircrew-
(Continued from Page 1)President's ) initiative, organizational plan- men and are members of com

Traffic Violations ning, and dedicated leadership bat crews of VP 7.
VP-16 NATTC enabled timely accomplishmentof It was a profitable week for the
all tasks. Your conduct men, Patrol Squadron Seven, and
PR3 James M. Addy; AX3 AE3 R. Kirtley; A03 R. Lynch The following is a report of and proficiency are most exemplary the United States Navy.
Henry C. Huntress: ATN3 Ter- PH3W) M. Neal; AE3A.Rivera; motor vehicle accidents and traf- Your transfer will
rance L. Miller. AE3 J. Winn. fic violations for the period July be felt as a substantial loss
19 to 25.Number. by the members of this squadron. craft maintained to a high degreeof
HOSPITALHM3 of Accidents: ." readiness.The .
OCTOBER NAS
Lois E. Kopponen; HM3 This Week -------4 Sailor of the Month letter continues: "Dal-
ATN3 R. Mordaunt; AC3 R.B. John E. Simms. Total Accidents this year ton's proficiency in line func-
Bennett; ADJ3 E. F. Brown; through July 25 - -198. The ceremony also included the tions, Initiative and attention to
AMS3 L. W. Higley; MU3 W. E. VP-16 Number of Accidents through selection of AN William A. Shaw, duty, have greatly contributed to
Jones; ADJ3 M. J. Lester; ADJ3 July 25, 1965 - -146 for "Sailor of the squadron's assigned mission.
J. E. Parette; PH3W) P. J. AZ3 John A.,Swete; YN3 Gerry Total number of days since the Month" for p "The son of Mr. and Mrs.Rob-
Tucker. E. Troglen. last injury in a mctor vehicle June. Shaw ert C. Dalton of Anderson, S. C.
accident - - 20 was cited for he attended Boy's Senior High
Number of Violations his consistant School, lie entered the Navy in
This Week - - -39 outstandingappearance ,1 August 1961.. ,
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Speeding -------7 -
JAX AIR NEWSThe and Good Conduct '
Reckless Driving - -2 adaptability.
Going through Stop Sign -5 lIe has been SHAW Accolades were' also extendedto
Other Violations - -25 acting as the Operations Dept. PH2 Arthur Townsend, ADJ2
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News. Twenty -' five drivers appeared Training Yeoman since his' arrival Huthbert H. Sikes, and AMH2
paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air before the Traffic hearing Board in April 1966. Fred D. Graham. All received
Station Jacksonville Florida the Holt at the meeting held on July 26. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil Good Conduct Awards in recogni-
by Publishing
Disposition of the cases Includedthe liam A. Shaw of Brooklyn, N. Y. tion of their fidelty, zeal, and
Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted use in following: Six lost drivingand he is a graduate of Brooklyn obedience to the Naval Service.
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public parking privileges aboard Prep High School and Cathedral

Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon station for various periods; College, where he received degrees Your Voting Officer has all
on Monday before publication. News items are welcomedfrom / Three were assigned to completean in English and Philosophy. the information you need con-
all sourcesTelephone EV 9-7771, Ext. 8162. eight hour course in remedial lIe entered the Naval Air Reservein cerning your participation inthe
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and driving at NATTC; One was February 1964. forthcoming November States
assigned to complete a six-hour General Election.Do .
such should be directed to Dalton
queries concerning : Praised
course in remedial driving at
know home state'svoting
you
.' The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway Jax Police Academy; One received Official praise came to ADJ3 laws? Have your
.' Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040, a suspension; Two were James C. Dalton, with a letter absentee ballot?you Do requestedan you need
given warnings; Five dismissed designating him "Plane Captainof help in preparing ballot
your
; Eight fined ( U. S. Com- the Month" for June 1966. for mailing?
VOL 24 NO. 18 July 28 1966
missioner); and Six referredto Dalton's selection for this award See your Voting Officer todayat
commanding officers for pos- was based on his outstanding the Education Office, Bldg.
sible disciplinary action. ability in keeping assigned air- 955.

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Know Your Enemy: The Viet Cong ::':i '



Viet Cong tactical doctrine Is shelled by Government forces. tary recruiting proves Inadequate their families' sake, and imploring a major cause of desertion in
explicit. It is summarized in Even though these attacks are Terror punishmentseems them to have mercy on the RVNAF, and this has plagued :
four words: Four Fast, One provoked by the Viet Cong, the to produce the fastest results civilians. None of these pro- the Viet Cong as well. 'I)I
Slow. This means Fast Advance, people are often grateful to these but it eventually reacts grams has had noticeable suc- Prisoners, to the Viet Cong,
Fast Assault, Fast Clearance of same provacateurs for "helpingus against those who use it unless cess. Homesickness has been are objects to be exploited. i!
the Battlefield, and Fast With- to protect ourselves." they succeed in seizing complete
drawal -- all based on Slow Pre- The Viet Cong's emphasis on power., Today, in many areas,
paration. carefully planned, discussed,and the Viet Cong are faced with VETERANS READJUSTMENT BENEFITS ACT OF 1966 .
There is little that is new or rehearsed actions has its dis the administrative problems that (Cold War G.I.! Bill)

unusual (in Viet Cong tactical advantages. If such an action afflict any government in time Homo Study Courses Electronics and Accounting now I
doctrine, once the basic principleof fails,. if losses are heavier than of war -- and are losing voluntary -
careful, thorough preparationfor expected or not In proportion to support as a result. available while IN-SERVICE. ':
any contingency, followed by benefits achieved, there is a cor- The Viet Cong have, from the For information/ call 356 8402 or write:
swift action, is grasped. Attackson responding drop in morale and beginning, made every effort to Copt Ralph N. Pictlos U.S.N. (Rel) j
strongpoints almost always combat effectiveness. An unexpected secure the support of membersof In Service Trammq Coordinator \
feature maximum use of explosives serious attack by Republic the Republic of Vietnam Armed Massey Technical Institute + I
,on a primary and a second- of Vietnam forces, Forces as well as the support of 148 E. 7th Street 1 j
ary objective, usually mutually especially when the resistanceis the civilians. Generally similar Jacksonville. Florida j
supporting! and a careful!deploy unsuccessful, indicates poor tactics have been used, emphasizing 356.8402
ment of forces to intercept or planning by Viet Congleaders and always the benefits to Or Contact your,Career Counsolor
ambush any reinforcements that seriously impairs effectivenessfor the individual and the high moral i
may be brought in. In several weeks or months, longerthanthe and patriotic worth of such a
recent battles there have been actual damage inflicted would shift In allegiance. "Serve your
indications of deliberate effortsto warrant. Only a quick, success- country against the American -
entice and ambush helicopter- ful counteraction can overcome imperialists," they say. "Don'tbe
borne troops.In this effect. fooled because the Americansare MONEY IN 1 DAY
the the Viet Cong have clever thanthe French
past Much is said about the Viet more ;
usually sought to avoid defensive Cong use of terror, which seemsto the Americans' motives are the
combat unless they had the bat- be increasing. This is naturalas same, but they use you as pup- $25 to $600ON
tlefield so organized that it the pace of the war steps up pets."
was essentially an ambush. and support requirements grow The general preference for the YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE "
Nevertheless they carefully pre- faster than voluntary contri- "soft sell" does not keep the Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how ':
pare for defense, with alternateand butions. Taxes have been raised Communists from killing, often much you want. Pick up the cash at your,convene :
switch positions, in case repeatedly in some areas. by torture, whole garrisons of //ence. Some-day service./
they do decide to make a stand. "Draftees" must fill inasvolun- small posts they overwhelm when
Frequently these positions are it seems appropriate to punish 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

incorporated into existing dikes determined resistance or to, You Get Mo. Pm' You Get Mo. Pmt.
separating rice fields so that frighten others in the area.
emplacements seem to be merely Nor infrequently one or two lead- 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00
breaks in the walls, and even Some people think ers will be brutally murdered as
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00
trenches look like canals. Where an example to the others. The
the water level will permit, especially Shakey's is neat. dependents of the men may meet 219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00 I,I
in the so called secret the same fate. Threats of reprisals 286.73 J7.00 600.00 34.39
base areas, elaborate tunnelsare against families are I
often constructed, both for sometime used as well. Include/ '
Above Payments Interest ,
cover and for concealment from And we welcome, them Within the last 6 years the Viet .t
ground and air forces. Like the s Cong's Blnh Van program--
Japanese In World War II, the the younger set,-'.to'Ye Collegiate 1,-: \ "proselyting," as they call it -- JCHLnLJL Tbtancc i
Viet Cong are ,tireless ,diggers. Room. It's separate: has become a major program. A Company
Controlled land mines, buriedin favored practice Is the use of
from main 241 West Dial 356-0735
Shakey's big Forsyth St.
highways and detonated when par- girls and women, speaking as
Government target is over them, lor -and all the families.Ye sisters or mothers, to serenade 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 ;II

have long been a favorite and an Collegiate Room has small garrisons, calling to themto I
economical Viet Cong method of save their precious ,lives for
destroying or at least discouraging its own door (no-one over .... p.Y,

theiropponents. Occasionally 21 may enter here), its own
nonmilitary targets are mined, -T-
usually by mistake or for some music center (with all the

specific political or psycholo- latest -
waxes to please a
gical purpose, such as warning ca'
uncooperative civilians Home- teenage heart) and its own

made booby traps, ranging from special atmosphere. Of
simple deadfalls and "spike-
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\ Carl D. Stmonsen NARTU Co, commissioned his son
Charles Michael Simmonsen upon his graduation from the, University Behind The SceneBy
I of South Carolina last Friday.In .
addition to his son, Capt. SImonsen gave the commissioningoath r: 3. Idell Fondingsland/
to three Navy ensigns five second lieutenants in the Air Force _
and one Marine Crops second lieutenant. wTRADITION NATTC's Leadership- Class 105..
Young Simonsen became Navy 66 H graduated last Fridayin Amid a Hawaiian setting,
oriented when he was born at father and mother at NAS Sax King Hall after two weeks of guests were served an authentic
the Naval Auxiliary Air Station he will report to the Naval Air leadership training. The honor- feast of roast pig. There was
I I in Shelton' Wash., October 7, Basic Training Command Pen- man was PN2 Jack J. Matrangaof dancing to Hawaiian music under
I 1944. sacola Fla., for flight training. NARTU who won the compe- colored lights.,
After graduating from high Ens. Simonsen is engaged to tition with a record breaking Prizes went to Diane McCoy,
school at the Marine Corps Air Miss Clara Glenn of Columbia, PASSED ON last average of 9572.; who won the Hula contest and
' Station in Iwakunl Japan South Carolina. Friday when NARTU's CO The class was composed of Ana Fernandez, who won the
Charles entered the University of E 5's from NATTC, NAS,Cecil door prize a stereo.
........ commissioned his own son,
South Carolina September 1962. Field and Mayport. The reviewing -
the Naval Reserve Ens. Charles Michael Simonsen officer was Cmdr. G. A,
He entered ********
Officer Training Crops (NROTC) VADM Alexander S. Heyward and presented him witha Sundqulst NATTC's Executive
program as a midshipman in his Chief of Naval Air Training, sword after his graduation Officer. In the Aviation Electrician'sMate

freshman year. visited NARTU Jax on Saturday. from the University of South ........ School softball game July
As a midshipman he attended During 'the informal visit the Carolina. 22, Phase Four beat Phase
summer training at Little admiral met with the active duty"Stationkeepers" Three 16 15.
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Va., Naval Air Station Corpus counterparts. and.gained five new chiefs asa ********
Christi Tex., and aboard a destroyer lIe then toured the spaces ..*.**** result of July 16advancements.
with the Atlantic Fleet. where "Weekend Warriors"are Men receiving "the hat" were: Three former servicemen of
Ens. Simonsen a psychology kept current on their Various 1- Cdr. Harrell takes commandof AOq B. J. Ricketts, AOC J. R. the month from NATTC touredSt.
major was Company *'B" Com- skills for instant mobiliza the squadron after serving Massey, IIMC B. Johnson YNCA. Augustine on Saturday.
mander during his final year of in the capacity of squadron Operations M. Passavanti, and AEC J.W.
midshipman training. tion.After'the tour, Adm. Heyward Officer, Bonner, YNC Anthony M. Passavanti
After a brief visit, with his departed NARTU for his head- Capt. Anderson upon being relieved A02 James Garland and AO1
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Equal EmploymentProgramMr.
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Vice President, members of the Cabinet, Chairman Macy :
and members of the Commission, ladies and gentlemen: '' 1r

I asked you to come here today for a very special purpose. I DIVISION 4 COHMJUKDK omcaU i
want to talk to you about a goal of this Government that is very ra
SUYALAUSnTWI-JAClSOinLLLni I 1,1 1,1N
close to my heart. I did not invent this goal. It was established Teams Points Won
by President Eisenhower by Executive Order, first in the Federal
Government. But I want to see, and 1 intend to do everything I can Eubanks and Pinney 12
to see, that the goal Is finally reached. Bjorkman and Barton 9.5 1'
With your help, I want this Administration to be recognized as Cleveland and Field 8 JAClSONVlLLEIAYALAlISTATlONASSOCaTIOIm 1 I I

one In which we finally achieve full and equal opportunity for persons Plew and Anderson 8 KHALF OF m THE CWUAI nifWTPSIV
of every race, color, creed and nationality in every part ot the United Whiddon and Bradshaw 7
States Government.As King and Magnam 6.5 t ",'' IEOOTI01 I I AND) APPIECIATIOS t OF t HIS i iI I

long as any American is denied the chance to fully developand Norris and Sechrest 6 OUTSTANDING I LEADERSHIP I AND-SUSTAINED I I
use his talents, to become all that he can, then every Americanis Gouchnour and Vearil 3 i : 1
less than he should be. If race, skin, color, religious belief, sex PERSONAL tOTEST IN THEIR

or national origin prevent anyone from reaching the heights, then "B" DIVISION PgQCRESS AND mWJEING .
we have all wasted a human being. We have failed that person and,
finally, we have failed our country.
Fi
Teams Points Won JULY 20 l6THIS
Too many of our fellow citizens are still restrained by a strait-

Jacket that was strapped upon them by the mere accident of their Pulignano and'Will, 13.5

birth. Cooper and Bunker 12.5 I,
Too many of our fellow citizens do not get the education or the Johnson and Markle 10.5 PLAQUE WAS presented to Capt. J. R. Macknth by Leo-
training that they need to become productive members of our society.Too Hodge and Weppleman 6.5 nard B. Eubanks and the Jax NASA at a farewell luncheon held
many of our fellow citizens are prevented from fully using the Forrest and F. Reiter 6.5 last week. See Story Page 1 it i
education they do
get. Hawkins and Pullum 4.5

Yet we expect, and get, full participation from Americans of 1
all races, creeds, colors, and nationalities in Vietnam. More than : lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHEREI! i
200,000 Americans of every description are fighting there now,
some are dying to protect our own freedom and to preserve' the Civil Service E CONVENIENT DRIVE-IN SPACE J Jf
freedom of others.

If our magnificent young men can'die for freedom in A foreign NotesCalling
land, how can we refuse any of them a full measure of freedom and CHICKEN
opportunity here at home? f FRIED I Is'
Our Government has long been one avenue by which members of

minorities have entered into full participation of our national life. operations waste a "crime"in Government againstthe { BASKET ((4 pcs)

As of June 1965, the Government had about 375,000 members of American people President Call Ahead French pries .
minority groups on its rolls, of which 308,657 were Negroes. Johnson recently lauded Depart- ; Hu sli Puppi os ,
Negroes accounted for 13.5 percent of the Federal work force, while ment of Agriculture employeesfor 384-2386 Co/c/ So/ wFILLET t
they actually made up approximately 10 percent of our ,overall their: cost-consious efforts I
h population4"-Negro employment has increased during the three years and termed the department "one f OF FISH DNNEFt / / I
ending June 1965 by 5.3 percent, while total Federal employment' of the great leaders of all civilian
increased by only 1.6 percent during the same period.' agencies." CM C'/l/ F'' I C SHu

His remarks were made at 1 s/1/ Pl/pP"- I 1't
During the same time frame, the number of Negroes in high paying an Agriculture program honoringthe L Tartar Sauce I
Jobs has increased significantly. But we must not rest on our laurels. winners of Special Merit A- Reg Sl.W
We still have a long way to gobefore we can claim full and equal opportunity wards for cost-cutting ideas."I .
as a fact 1n our Government life. believe that waste is a 4621 Sao JYuN AYB. JHF4
the President said. "I
crime
The Civil Service Commission, acting under the authority of Executive
believe that is
waste against our
Order 11246, has issued new regulations which will become -
freedom. I believe that wasteis
effective on and after April 3rd. These new regulations call
Thus
against our progress. ,
upon you to undertake action programs. Let me underline' the I believe that waste is againstthe
word "action". Action to achieve the great objective of equal American people."
opportunity. Chairman of Macy otf the Civil Service Commissionwill He cited Agriculture's recordIn --l
be my eyes and ears to see that we get action. controlling waste and pro- \ {(}
These plans must tax the limits of our imagination and our moting efficiency as "respon
creativity. They must go beyond the limited objective of eliminating sive, warm and concerned with'' I
discrimination. If we are going to have equal employment opportunityIn our people." 1\8
the Federal Government, we must attack the problem on many ********
fronts.If Employment of the mentally
retarded In Federal agencies recently !
members of minority groups can't be employed.because they passed the 1,000 mark, +IMbr rct' r.
can't find housing, then we must find housing. Civil Service Commission has 4't AI
If they can't be employed because school systems do not give the announced.

necessary education, then we must work with the school systemsto Thirty nine agencies have +
see to It that the right kind of training Is provided r hired.mentally retarded persons' art Y ,
If'they tan't be employed because there is no vocational training CSC Chairman John W. Macy,
available in the community, then we must see to it that we have Jr., said. The program is work-
programs that provide specialized training to help them meet Ing out very well, and additional
their needs. numbers will be hired in the .

These and a host of other actions are open to us. We must take months ahead, he reported. .
them. ,Almost a year ago I spoke to the graduating class at Howard Mentally retarded persons .
University. Last June, I said that,"It is not enough Just to open the have been placed In 56 kinds of Y'w
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gates of opportunity. All of our citizens must have the ability to jobs including manual labor,
walk through those gates." routine clerical, messenger, and ';. ?-
When the historians catalogue these times in which we now live, if mail handling work, certain office -

it Is written that we were fair men who tried to bring decency and machine operations, and '' ,; ,,' ,
equality into American life, then, I believe our great grandchildrenwill some laundry and food-service ,,. ."You are.,about to take a long trip.
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be proud. assignments under special appointing -
It is more than doing ,what is '''needed. It Is doing what is right. authorities Chairman Don't forget to get your travelers checks at i"

If there lives somewhere In this great Nation one man or one woman Macy said.

whose talents could advance the cause of our country. and those skills ****...*
are buried because ,of discrimination, the tragedy is vast and the
Luck the crossroads where
Is
the loser.In .
nation Is
preparation and opportunitymeet RNETT64tNATIONAL
the last year we have tried to do some things to break, for the B .
first time, these barriers in leadership.' BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
A Negro scholar and exceptional Administrator for the first time

sits in the President's Cabinet. CHURCH OF CHRIST MIIMell" rcocw OtPO111TNU""NCt CONP011ATION
of the United States Is Negro,
The brilliant Solicitor General a 5223 Wesconett Blvd.
the first to hold this high office. An exceptional Negro is now the Near NAS US HAS FACILITY OFFICE
first of his race to sit on the Federal Reserve Board of this Nation.A Just P/f Timuquflrtr Rd
most charming and intelligent lady is our first woman to be both Across Frog Afaklstritfoi BN/ HAS
and Ambassador and a Negro. For: the first time, an able Negro SUNDAYS:
United States Federal Judge. Raakla Hoers:
lady is a 10:00 A. M. Bible Study .
of the breakthroughs in which reason and sanity
These are a few
11:00 A. M.. Worship
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ServiceWEDNESDAYS
triumphed.
6:00 P. M. Evening
So I challenge each of you here today, and each of you within the Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM

sound of my voice to try to accept this as your own creed. :
With your leadership and with your personal commitment to Phone Eateisiois 1272 or 1273
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this objective. I have high confidence and great hope that will we.can. : Phone SP 1-5075 r '
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waded through swamps and cut
through underbrush. They stuckto
the high ground mostly,avoid-
ing Viet Cong bands In the val Ti

2dLt. Thomas G. Benson has the insignia/ or leys.The march began at 5:30 p.m. ___
his new rank applied by Major/ Speed F. Shea/ /left, and LtCol.J. /. At 2:30 p.m. the next day they >Aa
W. Sullivan at the Marine Aviation Detachment here last were spotted by U. S.helicoptersand
wee 2dLt. Benson is attending the Aviation Ordnance Man lifted to the field at Phu _
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photo accompanying the story, FORMAL RETIREMENT certificate denoting 30 years of Marine -
there was a partially obscured Corps service ((20 active and 10 in the Fleet Reserve) was
face that seemed familiar. A
JAX MARINESMSgt. check with the Marine's wife, presented here recently to MSgt. Jehugh Sconyers by LtCol./ L.
E. CO MARTD. Since into the Fleet Reserve
who lives in Jacksonville, con- Lovette, right, going
Joel Ferguson yh firmed what we had thought. It in 1956, Sconyers has worked in the food procurement
EXT. 400 was MSgt. William H. Perkins branch of the Supply Dept. at the local Naval Hospital. He Is a
former NCOinC of the AE School native of Swainsboro/ Ga.
r Marine Liaison Office here, who
Familiar Face men, remnants of the camp runs the avionics I Shop at namese people intheCivicActionProgram. held at Detroit, August 4-7.
troops, and nearby villagers to Phu Bia where the rescue operations Members will take time out for
The story on page three of a begin a 30 mile march through originated.On The film Is available to all the usual fun that accompaniessuch
recent SIKORSKY NEWS reported dense jungle back to safety.He Marine Corps activities throughthe gatherings, pause for reflection -
the exploits of Lt Col.CharlesA. headed north and west because Target film libraries of major com- and renew acquain-
House, who was leading a he explained, the Viet Marine aviation In Vietnamis mands and District Headquarters. tances with men who served with
flight of 10 UH 34s through Cong expected them to head east. featured in a new film, "On them from Guadalcanal to the
tracers and mortar fire to pick They walked in orderly column, Target", recently released by ReunionThe Chosin Reservoir to the Junglesof
up survivors from the Special resting an hour every four hours Headquarters Marine Corps to Vietnam.
Forces camp at Ashau, overrun with shorter breaks between.The major Marine commands. First Marine Division Association The policy of the Marine Corpsis
by the Viet Cong, when his heli- colonel tasted plants along Through the expert work of reunion, the "grand- to give as much assistanceas
copter was shot out from under the way to learn which could be the cameramen, the viewer of daddy" of them all, will be possible to Marines and other
him.LtCol. eaten if food ran out. Leaches this 14 minute color film accompanies Armed Forces personnel as wellas
House organized his own clung to the marchers. They Marine pilots InViet- to government employees assigned -
nam action from the time they to the Marine Corps,and to
are briefed on their strike mis- dependents in the exercise of
WESCONNETT FURNITURE Co.. sions to the time they return and a 57A their voting privilege.In .
are debriefed.The order to insure proper administration
viewer shares the cock- of this program,
USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW pit of a Marine jet as it screams every Marine Corps command at
ADDING MACHINESNEW towards a target releasing its the battalion/squadron level and
bomb load. He stands in the mid above, has assigned to a com-
DESKS dle of the DaNang airstrip In missioned officer the duty of
NEW & USED TV SETS July 1965 after the VC had providing personnel with such
struck, leaving a few planes In voting information as election
Come In & Browse!
FREIGHT SALVAGE smoking ruins. He rides a KC- dates, candidates, and .registration -
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EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. 7p.m. 130 (Hercules) as-It refuels F-4 requirements for the different -
Phantoms in actual air to air states. Each voting officer -
refueling missions. He standsat IHG can provide advice on the
5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD.AT 103RD 771-0750 the doors of the Marine Corps rights and responsibilities of vot-
big weight lifters (Hercules) ing and is prepared to answer
as they air drop critical sup- questions on voting procedures.
plies to the Marine ground units. MASTER SGT. Clifford 0.
Wood received the warrant promoting
The viewer joins skilled enlisted him to his new rank >l
J --" Z? 8BY / Marines arming and positioning last week from CWO Daniel J.
the bombs and! rockets on Hurley, Aviation Detachment
BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. the off powerful jets; he accompanies Supply Officer. MSgt. Wood Is
duty technicians and air-
crewmen as they walk guard duty the new detachment supply
after a 14 hour day; he ridesa chief, replacing WO Harvey
bulldozer with the Seabees as E. "Tom" Pennington who
they transform the sand at Chu- held the job as an enlistedman
Lai into an airfield; and he and who leaves this week
helps Marines distribute food and for his new duty station at
medical supplies to the Viet- Camp Pendleton, Calif. Vr


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MOVIESMovies /" Club Schedules


at the NAS Jax Theatre
will be shown regularly at 6 and NAS JAX .NAS.- -- CECIL-- _.
8:15 p.m. Monday through "0" CLUB The weekend CPO CLUB Friday night the f.I'. Section
Saturday. In addition to the dance music at the club will special dinners will be Lobsterfor
two ,evening shows there will be by Mark Castle this Fridayand $2.25 and a Porter House
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on on Saturday Dick Wilson Steak for $2.20. Entertainment

Saturday, Sundays and holidays.The will be performing. Foreign Friday will be presented by the Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Hospital Theatre will have Dish Night is on Tuesday fea- Moon Lighters. Saturday, a lOoz 3649 Philips l\wy.t\ Jacksonville, Florida 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. turing gourmet treats from many Filet will be the special dinner. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
Cecil Field will have two shows lands. Family Night on Wednes- For your musical enjoyment we day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
during the week at 5:30 and 8 day with all the fried chickenyou will have the Teensters. Sunday, the following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
p.m. Matinees will be shownon can eat for 150. Thurs- the special dinner will be a 10 wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received the
WITH! the ad.
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. day is beef-eaters night served oz. Filet for $1.90, $.50 fora copy for
buffet style from 6 to 9
p.m. child's is
plate. Wednesday
DO NOT
Thursday, July 28 SEND CASH

NAS North By Northwest- p.m.CPO CLUB Entertainmentfor game The special night starting will be a at K.C.7:45 Steak p.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3Iinesl.) . . ... '$2.00
Per additional line ((4 words per line). . ..0.50
Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint. this week will be Mark Cas- Dinner for $.65.

Hospital Dirty Game Vit- tle playing Saturday. The Bud EM CLUB Tonight is game
torio Gassman and Robert Ryan. Clark Combo will perform: this night with a Shrimp Basket
C. Field The Birds Rod Sunday Special for $.50. Friday, Mel BOAT FOR SALE: 1 YR. OLD SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn
Taylor and Tippi Hedren. ACEY DEUCEY Charlie Jay Gaden will,be here to entertain, 16 Ft. Orlando Clipper, 65 HP Jacksonville and Mayportareas.

Friday, July 29 will appear this Saturday, and on also there will be a Happy Hour Merc. Trailer, Ski Equip 1859 Military Backgroundwould
Sunday Mark Castle will providethe from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Satur- Mt Vernon Dr Call 781-1217 be helpful: A very rewarding
NAS Go Go Big Beat dance music. Game nightis day, the Loose Ends will be,here SACRIFICE: MOVING AUG. career possible for the
The Animals. every Sunday and Tuesday. for your musical enjoyment. Sun- 1, Right Man. Write to the Regional -
11,000 BTU A/C, $100. Modern
Hospital Tarzan and the Val- Dick Widon will entertain Director P.O. Box
Watch for the special dance day, 13177
couch, Black $50
4 PC.
modern
ley of Gold Mike Henry.C. and Orlando Fla. 32809
11 when Monday TuesdayHappyllourfrom
night on Thursday, Aug. Bedroom Set $60, 21" Color TV
Field Fireball 500 -
famous Pete Martin 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wed- -
nationally Philco $300. King Size Bed REAL ESTATE: F< Frankie Avalon and Annette and the Features will be here. nesday, will be the Special"G. $100. 781 2878. TATION advice. 7 days a week.
Funicello. Make plans early for that night. G." Review,also Happy Hour Homes for sale:, $100 Down.
Saturday, July 30 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. HOUSE FOR SALE: HYDE Equities No Qualifying. Rent-

ORF,, Grove Acres. Corner lot, 3 als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage,
NAS Spencer's Mountain BLUEJACKET INN Phil Cay On August 5, 1966 at 4 p.m. bdrms, cent heat/air, 2 1/3 bath Investments. WALTER T.BOW-
Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara. will be playing the music for the Officer's Recreation Facility 1800 sqft plus 2 car gar. $2500 DEN Reg. Broker USN Retired.
Hospital North By Northwest Thursday's dancing. Friday's will have another "Grartd\ Open- and assume 5 1/4%/ FIIA loan. 384'-1376
Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint entertainment will be by the Hol- ing". Entertainment will be sup- Avail anytime Call t811217.
C. Field Dirty Game Vit- idays. Saturday presents live plied by "The Night Hawks and 1859 Mt. Vernon Dr. FOR RENTFURNISHED APART-
torio Gassman, Robert Ryan. music, and on Sunday March the Chickadees." Hors 'D Oeuv- MENT 3941 Boone Park Ave.
Sunday July 31 Wilson and the Redcoats will res are featured and will include FOR RENT: Manotak Aye. 1417 4 Rm, Upper. Child Welcome.
perform. Live music is scheduled boiled shrimp ( with sauce), furn. 2 BR, duplex water furn, $60 Conv. NAS EV7-3356.
NAS Wild, Wild Winter for Monday and Tuesday when Swedish Meatballs, and chips and clean elect. kit, no pets, $75 SINGERS FOR $15
Gary Clark. dips. To quench your thirst, mo., PHONE: 389.6938UNFURNISHED SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN
Hospital Go, Go Big Beat the popular "Loose Ends" will there will be free beer and other HOUSE FOR Storage, good condition, fully
The Animals.C. play the dance music. Game night drinks will be at "Happy Hour" : electric, does '
everything
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Rent 3 BR 1 1/2 complete
immediately, [
Field Tarzan and the Valley i is every Wednesday. prices until closing. with attachments.
B A/C fnced Yours for
drapes, carpet,
of Gold Mike
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Henry. yd, Call 771 4964 or 387- storage charge;, Only .:$lri each
Monday, August 1 6Bob's 1683. Call warehouse, 353-1946: will
Oak Hill deliver no obligations. A-l: Sewing -
NAS Heavens Above Peter Machine Company.
Sellers and Cecil Parker. HOUSE FOR SALE: VENETIA,
Pure Service Center EMPLOYEES WANTED LEAD
HospitalSpencer'sMountain- 3BR 2B, spacious A/C, brick : '
ING located
Henry Fonda, and Maureen O'- patio, and fireplace outdoors, Furniture Industry
Hara.C. Open for your convenience ,6 tim. 10 p.m. close to school and stropping. in Lexington: N. C. For details
Field North By North- Small equity*and take over mort- write or send post card to J. C.

west Cary Grant and Eva Marie gage pymts $136. mo., includ- WILLIAMS, prsol1allIECKMAN
road & delivery PIckard Circle
Saint. serviced pick-up ing taxes. Phone :388-6978 CABINET ,

Tuesday, August 2 mechanic on ty..American & Foreign Cars or see at 4203 Rapallo Rd. answered.Lexington, N. C. All inquires

NAS Viva Maria Jeanne 103rd & James Rd. WANTED: San Marco &

Moreau. 771-9156 Jacksonville, Fla. HOUSE FOR SALE: Close to Myra 0730 1600 Call Ext.
Hospital Wild, Wild Winter- CF and NAS Jax,. 3BR, scrd 748. Mrs. Altec .
Gary Clark.C. .. .............. .... porch, Ig yd., low pymts, 5534 FURN. APTS: 1 &2 BR, $\\c.3
Field Go,. Go Big Beat- Norde Dr. Phone 771-2790. to $75 m:). 771-9007

The Animals. : AUTO INSURANCE FURNISHED HOUSE: FOR RENT NEAR CECIL FIELD: LARGE ., ..

Wednesday, August 3 Private Trailer Lot. $15.00.mo.
2BR, near bases, water furnished -
NAS Frankie and Johnny- ANY garden space, clean$80.mo.: 781 4032.
Elvis Presley anf Donna Doug- : ALL AGES RANK : 8701. Feldman Road. 771 3617 MAKE OFFER BEAUTIFUL

las. 2 Story Home All Extras ..-
Hospital Heavens Above Conv. to Cecil & NAS Schools
Peter Sellers and Cecil Parker.C. "OPENINGS FOR DEGREE & Shopping., 6818 Azul Ct.
Field -Spencer's Mountain- 1 = teachers In grades 1-5, $5,000 771-9139 *
Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara. salary, Contact Mr. Philemon,
SATURDAY MATINEE: Rhino Cherry Elem. School, Orange BABY SIT: ORTEGA HILLS
Harry Guardino, Shirley Eaton. Park, Florida. Phone2646191." Your home or mine .75 per
PLUS (Chapter 5) Great Adventures hour. 384-1497

Of Captain Kidd. : ORANGE PARK 2BR APT.
EASY PAYMENTSJohnL.Somftrvillft : SERVICEMEN ON ACTIVE
Furn or unfurn, bit in elect.
'Feafures'SefTo A/C. 264 6884. DUTY: and veterans dischargedafter
Kitchen.
: Jan. 1, 1955, can now enroll -
:
Agency with International Account-

Appear At'AceyDeucey' ?280 W. EDGEWOOD AVENUE PH 764 1925 1953 PONTIAC: STRAIGHT- ants Society,Inc.,which special
convertible In perfect mechanical izes in all types of accounting.PL .
...... .. ..... ........ condition. Hydra matic, radio, 89-358 provides educational

heater, many extras. $350. 5806 assistance covering the costs
Hyde Grove Avenue. of the home study courses. For
Versatile is the word for Pete further information call 356-3647
Martin and The Features, who 1966 DEMONSTRATOR SALE2SUN APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN or write to International Account-
will be appearing at the Acey HOMES: ORANGE PARK REAL- ans Society, Inc., 508 Florida
Ducey Club, here at NAS Jax, TY, 264-2411 Title Bldg., of Jacksonville,
on Thursday, Aug. 1. Florida.
Blending music singing and ROOFS
showmanship together, this outstanding r
attraction provides an 1-1 Bahama Blue, 1 7. Red. .
evening of entertainment that is i

bound to please.. Pete Martin 2-SEDANS 1kH1K'EtI'O r
and The Features provide music
and singing individually as wellas 7 1- White, I 1- Sea Blue
a group, making for the ultImate -
in listening and dancing )1-SQUARE8ACK
pleasure. X5 .
With a vast repertoire music With Air Conditioning/ Baltic Blue.
at their command, you will find
all types of music to your liking 1-ST ATIOH WAGON

. the Latine beat . c;'
Deluxe, Red with White/ / Top. \
the Waltz the Foxtrot. <.
the Twist . or whatever is <. <.
the mode of the day. The "old C
standards" find their Into ,"'..
way WESTSIDEINC. Boxes
the musical pattern of The Bags ft Buckets. .

Features, which makes for a hap- 771-797Q
pyevening. It is music and danc-

ing at its best . styled 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511J Open Sundays-Closed Mondays

strictly for YOU. { Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Closed Sundays
the main
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Fliers Clinch Interservice Little League I
HAS JAX INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM
Finals Open.TQ.morrow

.. Title With Weekend Wins SPQ/T.. "., ."'- I (Fall MEE'T1NG'1966), ) '. ,i. 'c'., !'':;'.'." ST4..R'T'Golf \, \. '. .

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Twin double header wins slammed out by the Jax Navy Fliers The first game In the Senior
at the expense of Cecil Field and Sanford gave the base softballers 3 Aug 15 Aug Division of the Florida State
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undisputed ,possession of the Florida/Georgia Interservice League ,:,' ', Little League Tournament will
crown, even though some of the other teams have yet to completethe Touch Football 10 Aug 22 Aug get underway tomorrow morningat
campaign. NAS Jax's Mason Field.
'Going into what proved to bea gave him a perfect season thus Volleyball 24 Aug \ 6 Sept Capt. Martin J. Stack NAS
profitable weekend for the far, 200.. Jax Commanding Officer has

Fliers, the race was still un- ,NATTC's reliable infield Tennis ';'I:' > .' 31 Aug ,<: 12 Sept 'been invited to throw out the
decided. To mathematically Insure "Willy" Miller supplied a big .J .. first ball 'to start the games
a first place finish,the team portion of the punch Saturday Handball 7SePt'\i' 19 Sept between the 13 15 yr. old
had to sweep all four games,thus \ boys.
night as the club rolled on 12-
wrecking any hopes Robbins AFB 2 and 9-0. Miller crossedthe Ping Pong 'I: 14 Sept'-' 26 Sept The four participating teams
might have had along the same arrived earlier in the week for
lines. The Fliers proved up plate three times in the Basketball 2 Nov 21 Nov the three game series play -
to the task however and finished first game and his twohitsalongwith off being 'hosted by the Navy-
with a 18 2 won and lost all around reliable Flier Onega Lakeshore Little League. -
record. Overall the team has play salted away the never This is the first time that
won 36 and lost four.A really close games. the tournament has been playedat

scant crowd was on handto An evident luster exhibited by ':' the same site for more than
view last Friday night's ser- the Fliers in their last few one year as NAS Jaxwasthe site
ies against Cecil. Threatening games could easily tarnish how- SPORTS: SHORTS] of lasy year's tourney.

clouds let loose in the second ever before they leave for the .. ,- '< -_.'-, <"', Play offs held prior to this
inning of the first game and Sixth Naval District Tournamentat tourney determined the top team
caused a twenty minute delay. that would represent the four
Perhaps it was the moistened Charleston S C. August Rain has again postphoned the Tickets areas of the state. Only one
N infield along with the undeniable 21st. Field manager Frank Mc- finish of the Jax Intramural Soft- team consisting fourteenboys,
of Frank Hicks that Caffrey plans to take steps so thisdoesn't
speed pro- ball With southeast
the ,
season. some help Pro football fans are invitedto will represent
: duced the livliest play in the happen; practices and a from the weatherman though we get their tickets now for the southwest, northeast and north-
5-1 victory. Hicks on first, few city league games are plan- may be able to wrap-up the sea- August 20th Gator Bowl game west regions of Florida.
came all the way round the hornto ned so as to keep a sharp edgeon son In next week's edition. In between the New York Jets and Little League play has become
score in the fifth inning after the National League race Com- Miami Dolphins. Special Serv- very competitive with almost
stealing second and enjoying two the Flier knife that so far munications has already clinchedthe ices is offering the $5 tickets 200,000 boys participating ir
consecutive blunders made byCecil's has yet to go dull. pennant. for $2.50. Further informationon teams throughout the eleven dls"I
infield. Littleton was all ticket sales can be obtained tricts of the state. At NAS I
the winning pitcher. by calling Ext. 444, or alone there are over 600 boy
in somewhat of a lack- NavSupt Wins NATTC I'
Playing visiting Bldp. 704. involved in the Navy Orteg '
luster way, the Fliers should Lakeshore league. This leagueis ;
: be happy with the victory; there Softball CampersFour a joint military civilian operation : !I
were times either club could Championshipparticularly "spanking new"campers presently under the dir
have won. have been added to the Special ection of League President Lcdr
Power that was lacking in the Trophies were presented to gratifying and activeone. Services camping fleet however, A. S. Beaver.
initial contest was evident in the NATTC championship softball .ItThe as the waiting list Is quite long Two games will be playec
the second game as the Fliers teams at King Hall last championship was decidedIn It may be a long time before tomorrow at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m
banged out 13 hits and a 9-1 Thursday July 21. a playoff game between Navy they can be checked out. In with the championship game seT'
win. Numerous Cecil miscues The trophies were presentedby Support and AE "B" last week. addition to the campers Special for Saturday at 2 p.m. Umpire*
again helped the cause. Stewart Captain Thomas B. Ellison Each team had lost only one game Services has a host of other selected for this tournament are
took the laurels as the winning NATTC's Commanding Officer during the season AE "B" 'camping gear available for the Tex Goodson, Ben Benson JacJ
pitcher; this along with the and Ltjg. R. W. Lang, Special lost to Navy Support and Navy dutdoorsman, ready to be checkedout Hall, Ben Sabastian, Bob Bald
victory, he was to gain the following Services Officer. The champion- Support lost to AE "B"., at Bldg. 704. win, and Don Stewart all o
r night gave him a 16-4 ship trophies went to Navy Sup- The playoff was a thriller with NAS Jax.Men's.
record for the year. port and second place trophies the winning run coming in the No Kidding
"Big John" Littleton's first were presented to AE "B". seventh inning to cinch the It has been estimated that Golf
night win, coupled with a repeat Capt. Ellison congratulated the championship. teams in the NAS Jax Intramural
performance the next evening teams and termed the season "a NATTC's BKs402 Softball league and the varsity Assoc. FormsA
(Fliers) squad use over 60 dozen
SetTo Face NASWith softballs a year. Those little new organization formed
I Inlet Marina one team already set for spheres must really take a beat- recently at NAS Jax when the
the finals of the base softball Ingl Jax Navy Men's Golf Associationcame
AND IOATYARDMERCURYD tournament, (NATTC's Barracks Hetter Fishing into being. The associa-
MERCRUISER 402)) the remaining two N AS clubs Buying a fishing license is not tion will be composed of male
so much matter of obeying golfers who eligible to
battled it out to gain the other a a are playat
, FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS berth as the Air News went to state law as it is helping raise the Jax golf course and who
press. money to provide better fishing. have either an annual or monthly
Two teams remained in NAS's One dollar from the sale of each green fees card.
Bouts: SalesServiceStorageLarge picture O&R and VP-5. O&R $3 fishing license is set asideIn Monthly dues for the new group
made the final round on basis ofa a fishing improvement fund have been set at $1 per mem-
Selection-New & Used Rigs 12-2 romp over VP-30 on Mon and can be used only to improvethe ber per month. These dues will
day. NAS sets up their tournament states' fresh water fishing. entitle each member to partici-
17 on double elimination pate as a member of the association -
Hwy. a system -
Orange Park 2649835N The
; a VP-5 victory over their ,By Box in any or.all tourna-

opponent In a game played Tues- The NAS Jax Fish Camp,Bldg. ments and matches.
Officers for this associ-
new
day matches them the
against
1964, has fishing worms for saleat
N ation are: Cdr. Bob Watkins
JOIN THECREDIT NATTC champ tonight. On the 650 a box. For further information -
President; Capt. Arthur Deckerret
other side of the coin O&R had Mr.
please contact ( ), Vice President: Mr. Harry
to win both
games on Tuesdayand
Frumerie or call Ext. 8440. They
Webb' Secretary Cdr. J. E.
UNION Wednesday to sweep:; them- also have boats and motors for ;
Westmoreland (ret), Treasurer
selves into the base championship ;
the hour.
use by day or
ili ,game. Lcdr. Ralph McClure. Publicity;
1 ''rci \ -- and Capt. Harry Ferguson, (ret),
: $ SAVE 9 and CWO Frand Miller (ret),
Tournament Chairmen.
<< FRED DAVIS Serving as Advisors to the
group will be LtCol.B.E.Thayer,
<< BUICKPONTIACCMCTRUCKS USAF Lcdr. A. F. Marsh, HMC
William Maranvtlle and AEI Gus
Duliakas.
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Show In JaxThe
By Lt. P. E. Thtbodeou

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Things have been really hum- Saturday, August 6. These les model NAS aircraft fliers will
again invade Jax on August
ming around the Navy Jackson- sons will be based on the Be-
7 when the Flying Rebels, local,
ville Sailing Club dock area as ginner's Sailing Manual which is
model flying club sanctioned by
the contractors finished off the available at the clubhouse. They
the city of Jacksonville,will pre .
dock and the finger pier will
new qualify you to sail in the
model aircraft show.
extensions on the old pier. It's NJSC boats ( as specified by the sent a 4 .

sort of cut down on the sailinga By laws) and will give you Mr. Louis Mazer will be
bit as some of the boats hadto the background necessary to go. demonstrating the art of landing a
be moved to make room for on to higher sailing ratings as control line model aircraft on a
the men to work, but we ,now you become more experienced in minature flight deck. On the same
have a dock area that is ade- the art of sailing. To prepare program will be Mr.Joe Mead and

quate for the present club acti- yourself for the lessons, you his son, Jim, a father and son
vity. A note of caution con- could begin by studying the man- team who do some pretty fancy
cerning the pilings recentlydriv- ual along with the. reference stunt, combat and speed flying. .1A.
en is In order, they are and material listed there in. There will be many flying events
will continue to ooze creosote for SALTY SEZ I agree with and several models on display.
quite some time. This stuff is yer edditer as ter the part about S. Stramanlno/ ADJ1 J, right, and W. E. Allen, AMHl, rece/v/
really tough to get out of clothingand all hands bearing a hand in the The Jax Hobby Shop has spon- prizes as winners In the VP-45 Black Bass Fishing Tourna-
will burn your skin and eyes. club's work. It's a bit o a bad sored several such meets
throughout the summer in hopesof ment from VP-45 acting Commanding Officer, Celr. J. W. Townes,
Walt will cover the pilings with thing when some o ye members creating more interest inmodel Jr. First prize of a rod and reel went to Allen for a four lb.
in the futureto take fer
furring strips near granted that they'll bea
the building and flying. All con- black bass caught in Lake De/ancy/ second prize, a reel, toE
help situation. Also, the boat available ter sail anytime
creosote is darn hard to get off they take a notion ter do so.That's trol line model pilots from NAS E. Dryden, ATR3 (not pictured/ ), for a three lb. bass caught -.'

your boat. only true as long as some- Jax and Cecil Field are invitedto at Doctors Lake and third prize, a rod for the largest number

The Rebel was finished up one's willing ter turn to and keep Join in the fun. caught, to Stramanino for pulling in 16 bass at Lake Delancy.The .

last week and Is now In the water, them in shape. This an the This event should prove to be contest lasted from June 3 to July 10.
ready to'go again. Thanks to general club area up keep are equally enjoyable for both The
the help of a few dedicated NJSC all a part o what's expected o participants as the spectatorsas ANNIVERSARY SPECIALSHRIM.P
members, It looks as good as ye as a member. Sure does get there are always thrills and
new. There was serious talk tiresome going around picking up spills in the racing of model 0
of limiting its use to those who after some o ye. Do ye get the aircraft. DINNERAU I $
have contributed to the work and Idea? ))19

not allowing it to be used by The answer to last week's Girls YOir 'CAN EAT

anyone else. But then, we really question A yatch is tack- Kaniosky,
couldn't do that as it Is an open ing from the moment she is
boat and all those who don't have beyond head to wind until she Relay Lead 'Team Open Daily We make

the time or inclination to con- has borne away, if beating to 11:30: a.m. to 10 p.m. a specialty of
tribute a little to the over-all windward, to close hauled
club effort would be offended.By course: if not beating to wind Weekend MeetThe CATFISH

the way,we have some Beetles ward, to the course on which SHRIMP ,
which need to be fixed up her mainsail has filled. Navy Jax Swim Team was flEI'r, OYSTERS j

to be used for open use boats. Next week's question back In the water last weekend CHICKEN
Do I hear any volunteers? (Inland Rules ) What lights are when they participated In the STEAKS
NJSC members have been selected required on small boats for operation Beaches Aquatic Invitational RED SNAPPER
for the various NAVY DAY between sunset and sun- swim meet held Saturday July TA ,(E-OUT SERVICE

REGATTA Committees. The rise? 23. BANQUET SFRVICEfC..cI ;

preliminary I i planing stage; has The host, Beaches,Aquatic SC, BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH
been concluded and COMFAIRJAX .
we are now H' E.
led 'the field to win the meet.
ready to going the work-
on
ing get If doesn't SOFTBALLTOURNEY Jax boys compiled 61 points fora '3438 BLANDING BLVD.PHONE' 7715581APARTMENTSj
stages. your name
fourth finish while the
I place
on of the lists and
appear any
girls finished third with 150
you would like to help out, con-
tact the committee head. Event- The ComFairJax Double- points.

ually all hands will be involvedin Elimination Softball Tournamentwill Carl Kaniosky worked hard
this effort so that wemayhavean be held at NAS Jax during for NJSC to take the boys 11-

outstanding regatta. the week of August 8 through 12. 12, 200 individual medley. Time 1''.
All NavAirLant Fleet Air Units for the event was 2:38.8. The
Race CommitteeDan
based in the ComFairJax area are girls 13 14 group, a strong
Jackson, Lou Carson, eligible to participate. Aug- team for the Jax club, capturedthe
Floyd Bates, Bill Adams,Charlie mentation from other area fleet 200 medley relay with a time
Eastham, Rodger Scott. air units not entering this tour- of 2:19.5.: The team Linda

GroundsCommitteeBob I nament Is encouraged. Person- Mayberry, Cheri Glaraton, Ellen
nel attached to shore based Smalling, and Rhoda Puleo-have
Marshall, John McCallist- commands not directly affiliated placed consistently well In com- r

er, Wally Vance, Troy Barger, with Fleet Air activities are petition.
Frank, Dybdall, Jim Glissom. ineligible.
Other relay squads placing in
Personnel participating must
Food Committee the three were the 9-10
top
have Individual orders written,
Hugh Bell, Paul Overton, Bill specifying that if selected they girls for the medley and free
relay,and the 9 10 boys for
Scronce, Steve Negri. are authorized to participate at
the free Viola
levels.In relay. Nancy ,
Publicity CommitteePhil higher the hopes of assembling the Sandra Shadurn, Debbie Newmanand WEST JAX'S NEWEST ft MOST MOD'' ftN
Fontaine
make the
Nancy
Thibodeau, John Brown. best team for 6ND competitionon up
while Kevin Rockford APARTMENTS
girls team, CONVENIENT
conclusion of the CFJ tourney,
Dock Master/Traffic Johnson, Rick and
Wayne Mickey
of entries will '
the coaches all
LOCATED NEAR' BOTH BASE
Stuebben swim in the 9-10
Bob Darnell, J. D. Forrest, participate actively in the sel-
Bill Bogoslawski, Charlie Hal- ection of augmenting personnel. age group. Oily Mil. To Cecil & HAS

bohm, Lou Valla.A Games will be played as muchas Individual medal winners included .
Treasure Hunt Race is possible In late afternoon Ginny Bunn, Ellen Small- 71 UNITS 1,2,4 3 Bedrobm Apfs.

scheduled for this coming Sunday, and evening. ComFairJax mes- ing, Carl Kaniosky, Tom Cooper,
July 31, at the NJSC Clubhouse. sage (date time group 252145Z) Mary Kay Glaraton, Kathy Nau- FURN.orUNFURN. and
This event will be set up that carries further details on the man Pat Dalzell, and Susie efficiency apts.

you will race from point to point tournament. Chance (unattached).
picking up clues as you go. ALL APTS. HAVE:
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i Chief G. F. Bowen Coach of NAS Cecil's Pistol Team pre.sents the NAS," have Cecil's decided"Duck to Detach-use the Auto/trans., V-8, power steering/ R&H, factory
I Captain, S. D. Wright with the Expert Team Trophy they 'ment'BuddySystem' in raising their air conditioning/ solid blue, WSW, like new.

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... ,, : The ducks up until now, 65 BELAIR WAGON . . . .52395 4
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August 20th, in the Gator Bowl. R&H WSW solid white black
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VOL. 10 NO. 18 CECIL FIELD FLORIDA VC-4, VA-J5, VA-64 and/ VA-66 JULY 28, 1966

Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private. firm In no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions,expressed by the publishers and writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an
official expression by the Department of the Navy. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the Navy of the products or services advertised.

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NAMTD to Host
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"J' Instr. ContestThe

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NamTraDets at Cecil Field
will host the competition for w; {
"Naval Air Maintenance Group ; S.., S /.
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/ \ Eastern Region Instructor of the
Year." The winner of this competition -, ,'.-:1: Nq
to be held in Bldg. 338 ?. At.;AvgN
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at 8 a.m. on August 3 and 4. '
1966, will compete at NamTra- N
Gru Headquarters in Memphis, :
Term for the title of "NamTraGru -
Instructor of the Year."
This winner will represent Nam-
TraGru at the annual Schoolmaster -
Competition conducted by the
X V Chief of Naval Air Technical
Training,: Rear Admiral M. H.
Tuttle.

There will be approximately'
r.. eighteen instructors competing ,
here at Cecil. Among the fact-
i- BYE-BYE,BLACKBIRDS. Left to fight: Lt. Paul Engel, Lcdr. ors considered in selecting the ,r,
.. Alan Murdoch, and Lcdr. Richard Hendricks. These three of. winner will be teaching ability, '
facers have left Attack Squadron Forty-ftye and are enroute to leadership, characteristics, and "
their new assignments. military bearing..Each instructor yl '
,
will have a fifteen minute .

: Blackbirds Leave NestLcdr. choice prepared on presentation a subject. of of his his FRONT ROW left to right; L. W. Heath, ATrJ2, N. W. McLe//on// ,

speciality. ATC (instructor), .J. D. Glisson// ,AX7 (Instructor). BACK ROW

Alan Nu rdoch, ''L dr. ,Lt.,Paul Engel has been with the left to right" ; H. F. Bedsole/ Sgt.. USAF K. Kuykendall, A/lc

Richard Hend ricks, and tit Paul Squadron for, .one year and has USAF. and, R. F;, Sc/iwer/fegej/ ,.,Sgt. !USAF: : "
,
; Engel leftthe Blackbird nSstl= 'last 'served:; ''as ILSp, ,Avionics, .Ntw.3nlCliss; : : .
: _, .. ". ... week and;'a>e.-,:enroute.- )'their' Weapons Division,-":'OffJce.,Jtoislriimehn '. ? -f;' 1
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;or-, n... \ ssignments.'II!" "' Fl1ght'Instructor.- He WResults ; Siici CfcssforAF .
.:' 'Lcdr' Murdoch .has served ,has': accepted '3')X>sltl n''with, .. \
( as: Operation! Officer, Safety Officer American Air Lines and will soon "
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Instrument Ground School commence'his'training at Greater of the special service- S : '
Instructor, and Instrument, Flight Southwest Airport, Dallas, wide examinations conducted May : Held at NAMTD CecilNAMTD
He'.IS'the-last' of the "
Instructor
Tex.BYE 14 j 1966 were recently received
original group of Blackbirds BYE BLACKBIRDS. here at NAS Cecil Field.
Cecil. Field at Cecil Field con- J. D. Glisson, AX1. This particular -
a, came to Jn April:
1963 to begin their new missionas Those authorized to be advanced ducted a special class for stud class is on NAMTD's
r an Instrument RAG Squadron. New Group To as of August 16, 1966 ent maintenance men. The class, normal schedule, however, a
He has been assigned to the Command ares'J.. M. Curry, AMH3: R. the APN 153 (U) Doppler'Navigation (- special session was, assigned:: to
"It' and Staff Course at the Mar- Food Serv. D. Gray, A03; H. J. Landry, System for aircraft, convened accommodate the three Air Force
ine School, Quantico, Virginia. Survey ARF3: A. E. Mathis AK3; W. June 13, 1966 for L. W. members. Heath wanted to enrollin
Lcdr. Hendricks has been McAllister, GMT3; K. H. Mil- Heath, ATN2, H. F. Bedsole, the class and was assignedto
serving with the Blackbirds( for In ,an attempt to improve the ler, AMH3; R. L. Myers, ADJ3; Sgt. USAF, K. Kuykendall A/Ie the special session rather than
J. ; food served to enlisted men the E. J. Valek, ETR3; and J. A., USAF, and R. F. Schwertbeger, make him wait for the next class
the months awaiting-
.. past three Defensive Department has set upa Zils, AMH3. Sgt. USAF, and was Instructedby 'to convene.
enrollment,at the Air War .Col
Directorate for Food N. W. McLellan, ATC, and
I new
On 16 1966 the
lege at Maxwell Air Force September ,
Base, Montgomery Ala. During Service Management Systems. It following men can sew on their
is headed .
by NavyCapt.JamesA.Warren
his short tour at VA 45 he new crows: J. E. BlevinsGMT3{ Y 1'i
and will Include members C. C. Hammer A03 F. Mc- .4
'i has served'as Jet Transition ; J.
t. Coordinator and Instrument from each service. Kinnie, GMG3;' D. A. Selbold, i df T) S
Flight Instructor. The Warren group will examine CS3; C. W. Van Vuren, PN3';
>, the food system for each and J. F. Weber, GMT3. N1HI .'c't

Rod GunClub service and where there are Advancement is authorized for' _iI
/ deficiencies them. There will Is likely move to to be correct the following men on October 16, aI_ !
more
1966: R. J. Alford, ADJ3; R. E.
'. uniformity in troop feeding as a Grote, ADJ3; W.JohnstonABH3 ; IF ?
;
Set Card SaleOfficials result of thedirectorate'saction,
Warren,said.Civilians. D. P. Leonard, AMS3; N. J. n r d
Mitchell, QM3; G. E. Monger,
ADJ3; and R. D. White, ADJ3.
of the NAS Cecil Field Congratulations fellows 1
Rod & Gun Club have announcedthe Due
early sale of 1966/67 mem-

bership cards. Com, Rec BilletsDefense Protestants Set r

The cards will go on sale
'. August 4, at the clubs regular plans' to substitute Picnic ,Plans
monthly meeting. By holdingan civilians for 3474 military men

early sale of the membership who now hold assignments in .....
a''. cards, it will permit all commissaries and morale, wel- The protestant Sunday School ........ .a
prospective members to join the fare and recreational activitiesof and Chapel Congregation will
club prior to the 1966/67 hunting the armed forces. The military have a picnic on July 24, 1966 FINDING US. .THAT'S EASY, unless you're color blind.
season without additional cost. men will all be reassignedby ( Sunday ) Immediately after VC-4's Detachment Alpha" at HAS Cecil Field has solved the
the end of 1967. Church in Picnic Area # 1 on"D"
problem of having their line shack "overlooked"/ by painting
All members of
Membership In the club is Avenue.
all military personnel assigned opento The action which Is part of the Sunday School, Chapel, and their building a brilliant, eye-dazzling red.
to Cecil Field, icluding fleet the Defense Department overall friends and guests are invitedto
units; retired military and civilian civilianization program will attend.
personnel who sponsored leave die commissaries about 85 Each family Is requested to VC-4 Has Red Line i Shack i

by amilitary member. Dependents percent manned by civiliansand bring enough food for itself and
of members receive'all the the morale, welfare and recreational a little extra for those without Detachment Alpha of Composite training. The detachment's three
benefits of the dub without additional facilities about 90 per! families in the area. It is desired Squadron Four at NAS US2C's tow sleeves for surface
cost.Hunters cent dvilianlzed. that each family bring any Cecil has recently painted its to air gunnery while its four
and fishermen The military people who will two of the following dishes: meat' line shack a brilliant red in ., F8 "Crusaders" fly bogey and
that are in reminded the- remain are needed for supervisory vegetables, salad, dessert, and hopes that anyone looking for interceptor for ships at sea to '
Rod & Gun Club membership Is required if or rotation purposes,officials enough silverware for its needs, the building will have little trouble calibrate and check their fire-
fish said. In the commissaries The chapel will provide rolls, spotting it.Commanded'. control.
you want to hunt or aboard 1631 positions now held by milItary napkins, paper plates, and cold by Lcdr. W. L. From NAS Cecil Field, VC -4
Cecil Field.
men will go to civilians.In drinks. Clark VC 4 "Det A" servicesthe Det A's service extends"from:
The club meets at 7:30 p.m. the other activities 1843 posi- For further Information contact Fleet. They tow DelMar Jacksonville south to Key West,
, the first Thursday of each month tions will be shifted from military the Chaplain's Office at NAS (dummy "Sidewinder" missile Fla., west to New Orleans, La.,
in the station golf shack. to civilian job holders. Cecil Field, ext. 311 or 331. targets) for fighter aircraft and north to Charleston, S. C.



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PROTESTANTToday Chaplain A. B. Weir
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Choir Practice at 7 p.m. Duty Is one of those words ,which we hear often in the Armed
"EYES FRONT"Summer Sunday Forces. It appears In Navy "Regs ," in the plan of the day and
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. on our bulletin boards. A Job code may indicate one's primary
driving is bad at best. Heat, crowded highways, ill Chapel Service 10:30a.m. and secondary duties. A watch bill promulgates the duty officer,
tempers all add to hazardous driving conditions. There are many Communion on the first the duty master-at-arms, the duty yeoman, duty driver and even
accidents. Sunday of the month.CATHOLIC the duty chaplain. Military men are often commended for devotion -
And to make matters worse they are accompanied by more accidents .to duty and sometimes punished for dereliction of duty.In .
of a particular type the "rear ender" addition to our individual duties, there are duties which are
Rear enders happen anywhere city, country, turnpike. They Daily common to all men. One has a duty to his family, to his country,
are more prevalent in congested city traffic. And they're dangerous J 11:20 a.m. Mass to himself and to his Creator. Doing one's duty Is not often a way
too. Hard rear enders can crack the necks of those in the car Sunday to glory. The path of duty may sometimes be dangerous, it may
ahead. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- require personal sacrifice, but usually. is routine, if not utterly
fessions heard before each boring. But it is still one's duty.
Mass. Who has the duty? We do I Duty to our Jobs, our country, our
families, ourselves and 'to God. Our worth as men and women
JEWISH/ may well be measured by how well we respond to our duties. One
WOSWtt'1t> ; ; Ji 9 Call Ext. 311 for informationon of the highest commendations we can still receive is "devotion
Jewish Services. to duty."

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>. : Recently the 85th Annual Con-
i4Y"AFNB r + -- ference of the American Library
Association was held in New
This type of collision often results In a chain reaction pile York City. A Marine Corps
up as following vehicles ram into the halted cars. Chaplain, a veteran of Vietnam ; "
What causes most rear enders? One word answers that: "Tail- told the meeting of librariansthat
gating. I the nations newspapers,
The National Safety Concil points out that the surest way to magazines and books have a depressing tw '1
avoid a rear end collision is to keep your distance. effect on the moraleof
What is that distance? A distance equal to the length of your our troops in combat againstthe a ak
vehicle for each 10 miles per hour of speed is a bare minimum Viet Cong.A r I
and not even that In fast expressway traffic. When pavements are feature of the conferencewas "
wets! and slick even more leeway should be given. Ice requires a panel discussion entitled -k
3 teg 12 times more stopping distance. "Books as Weapons," In which
And here's a good thing to remember. Tightly packed traffic Cdr. John J. O'Connor, senior
makes keeping the proper interval difficult. Also remember that chaplain at the Marine Corps fD N
small vehicles can stop more quickly than large ones. Schools, Quantico, Va., partici- N q 'St
When you know you have to stop, don't put it off. Start stoppingat pated with Bennett Cerf, Chair-
once. Delayed braking is doubly dangerous because !if you can't man of Random House Publishershe
stop as short as you thought, you ram the car in front. Even if ( is also a member of the J. H. Clements
you do stop short, you may get clouted from behind. "What's My Line" TV show). H.
J, Clements of NAS CecilField's
Statistics are valuable when it comes to understanding a car's, Cdr. O'Connor said that In his
.... braking power. For instance, the .stoppings-distance estimated, experience[ Vietnam and in the Security Police is no
at 188 feet.for a car going 50 mph,125feet; for wear going 40,mph,I United States, he was,"at: a'loss' Chief M/ssos// stranger to Navy life. He is a
and'78 feet ,for 'a ca'r going '30 mph. If you're going 70 mph'-''look, to find sufficient worthwhile mat veteran of 30 years active ser-i
out it takes 381 feet to stop. And that's.a nice hunk of ground erial in books on Vietnam and Retirement ceremonies were vice with the Navy and retired'
(AFNB). Justifying our position morallyas held last week at the Operations as a CWO4 in January 1962
Tower NAS Cecil Field ceremonies held here at Cecil
well as militarily and politi- at as
CAREER INFORMATIONBy cally." Michael M., Missasi, ABCS, retired Field.
Mr. Cerf said that while there after 21 years of active Throughout his Navy career,
James C. Ang/ea/ BMC was much material In print, the service. Chief Missasi was attached Mr. Clements had extensive tours
the Crash with the Shore Patrol, providing
that to Operations
manuscripts were coming
What is life Insurance? It is defined as "A cooperative risk- Into his publishing_ concern were Crew here at Cecil Field before him with an excellent background
sharing plan through which people are able to set aside part of 5 to 1 against the current Viet- his retirement. for his present position. During
their Income regularly during their earning years in order to nam policy. He Invited manu- The Chief has no work plans World War II, he was held by
provide for the time when their Incomes"cease because of death, scripts that would make the points for the immediate future, but the Japanese as a Prisoner of
retirement or declining health in old Life War.A .
age. insurance makesit
Cdr. 0' Connor said he was look- he will continue his residenceat
comparatively easy for people to prepare to meet these uncer- ing for. 11695 Marina Dr. here In native of Jasper, Alabama,
tainties; it is a task generally impossible for an individual to The:; Marine Chaplain responded Jacksonville with his wife, Mr. Clements and his wife, Virginia -

accomplish alone. with "You'll hear from Ramona, and their six children. make their home now
Life insurance offers a' plan that enables a person to Join a me." in Jacksonville with their four "
risk-sharing group (an insurance company) by purchasing a con- children.
tract (a policy). Under the policy, the company promises to payat .
the time of the policy holder's death a sum of money to the per- Olson Named Advancements I
son or persons selected by him (the beneficiaries), or, in the case Helpful;Hints "
of an endowment policy, an additional promise to pay the moneyto PC of MonthDouglas
him (the policy holder)If he is alive on the future date (maturity From Your Effective July 16, 1966 were the
date) named in the policy.! This promise is given in return for advancements in rate for three
E. Olson, AN, of Attack Attack Squadron Forty five
the holder's
policy
agreement to pay periodically a sum ot money Police Dept.
(the premium) to the insurance company. Squadron Fourty four was "Blackbirds". Those advancedin
Life insurance offers a voluntary plan it is the voluntary aspect commended on behalf of the officers rate are: D. R. Blue, ADJ2;
which has made It necessary to establish certain_ requirementsas Are you going on leave? Don't and men of the squadronas G. W. Collins, AZ3; and J. E.
to health and occupation that must be met in order tobuya be like a lot of people that he was selected for June's Fischer Jr., ATN3.
policy. upon returning home, find that Plane Captain of the Month. On August 16,1966, four more

There is not enough space in this column to go into an expla- most of their property Is missing His steady and reliable Blackbirds will be advanced.
If the following per- They will be G. W. Babb
helpful PNl
nation of ;
all the various of insurance formance
types available.
For further as a plane captain,
hints are studied and followed J. W. Durham, AZ3 J. M. Le-
Information It is suggested that you read the Armed Forces insurance then the of since reporting to the Line Division i ward ;
possibility burglary AMHAN and R. H.
guide printed by the Armed Forces Information and Edu- might be minimized. Failure to In November, 1965, has Tredo, AMHAN. ;
cation Branch. See your Career Counselor He has the informationyou been an outstanding example of
comply with some of the Congratulations
need I ITKr. pre- professionalism for other plane Blackbirds< !
cautions set forth could resultIn
the captains to strive for. His supervisors -
equivalency of a printed
... ... sign on your' door reading, "Gone have madecomments CommlssaryStoreHour.ToCh.nge
.. ", I ''' ''' I on Leave, Burglars Welcome. on numerous occassions regard-
/1 IT7SvKrv First, Instruct delivery peopleto Ing his uncomplaining "Can Do"
l I attitude. The professional know-
stop delivery of such itemsas
For the convenience of
ledge he exhibits each day is our
The Afterburner is a civilian enterprise newspaper milk or papers since the accumulation indicative of pride in himselfand customers, the ,Navy Unit Store
published each Thursday for the special Interest of of such items indicate the naval service.' Office, Brooklyn, New York, has
personnel of the U. 's. Naval Air Station Cecil Field plainly that the tenant is authorized an extension of shop-
Fla. by the Holt absent over a period of time. Squadron pilots consistentlymake ping hours for the Commissary
Publishing Company, private firm. Ask your' neighbor pick up your favorable comments con- Store.
Hews material sul"ittedfor use in the Afterburner must mail since accumulation also cerning his excellent assistance, Effective August 2, 1966, the I
be forwarded to n ch The Afterburner, Box 111, USHAS indicates your absence. If your professional performance, and hours of operation of NAS Cecil
Cecil Field, Fla. not later than 8 a.m. on the Monday leave is a lengthy one,make prior neat, correct appearance. His Field's Commissary Store will be

preceding publica on. Items will be accepted by phoneat arrangements to have your lawn general attitude indicates a con- as follows: Tues., Wed., and
771-3211 ext. 8163. Advertisements are solicited by tended giving the appearance that fidence in his own ability, .a willingness Thurs., from 0900 to 1700; Fri.
your premises are constantly to give extra effort, anda from 0900
the to 1800; Sat., from
publisher and inquires regarding advertising should looked after. Request your neigh- capacity to assume greater 0900 to 1400; Sundays, Mondays
be
directed: bors to occasionally check
your responsibility. and holidays the store will be
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips/ Highway home and as a final hint, but nota closed.

Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 3594040VOL. minor one, leave your leave .
address with some of your friendsor Follow these hints and en-

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Viet Cong tactical doctrine is shelled by Government forces. tary recruiting proves Inadequate their families' sake, and Im- a major cause of desertion in
explicit. It is summarized in Even though these attacks are Terror punishmentseems ploring them to have mercy on the RVNAF, and this has plaguedthe
four words: Four Fast, One provoked by the Viet Cong, the to produce the fastest results civilians None of these pro- Viet Cong as well.
Slow. This means Fast Advance, people are often grateful to these but It eventually reacts grams has had noticeable suc- Prisoners: to the Viet Cong, II
Fast Assault, Fast Clearance of same provacateurs for "helpingus against those who use It unless cess. Homesickness has been are objects to be exploited.
the Battlefield, and Fast With- to protect ourselves." they succeed in seizing complete
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drawal -- all based on Slow Preparation The' Viet Cong's emphasis on power. Today, in many areas,
carefully planned, discussed,am the Viet Cong are faced with VETERANS READJUSTMENT BENEFITS ACT OF 1966 ,
There Is little that is new or rehearsed actions has its dis the administrative problems that (Cold War G.I. Bill) .
unusual in Viet Cong tactical advantages. If such an action afflict any government in time
Homo Study Courses in Electronics and Accounting now
doctrine, once the basic principleof fails, if losses are heavier than of war -- and are losing voluntary -
available while IN SERVICE.For .
careful, thorough preparation result. -
expected or not in proportion to support as a
for any contingency, followed by benefits achieved, there Is a corresponding The Viet Cong have, from the information call 356 8402 or write:

swift action Is grasped. Attackson drop in morale and beginning, made every effort to Capf, Relph N, Pieties. U.S.N. IRe( ) ,,., ,,
strongpoints almost always combat effectiveness. An unexpected secure the support of membersof In-Service Treininq Coordinator '
feature maximum use of explo- serious attack by Re- the Re public of Vietnam Armed Mersey 'Technical l Institute
sives on a primary and a secondary public of Vietnam forces Forces as well as the support of /148 E. 7th Street
objective, usually mutually especially when the resistanceIs the civilians. Generally similar Jacksonville. Florida ',
supporting, and a careful deploy- unsuccessful, indicates poor tactics have been used, em- 356-8402Or
ment of forces to intercept or planning by Viet Cong leaders and phasizing always the benefits to Contact vour CereerCounsolorMONEY )
ambush any reinforcements that seriously impairs effectivenessfor the individual and the high moral
may be brought in. In several weeks or months, longer than and patriotic worth of such a
recent battles there have been the actual damage inflicted would shift in allegiance. "Serve your
indications of deliberate effortsto warrant. Only a quick, success- country against the American
entice and ambush helicopter- ful counteraction can overcome imperialists," they say. "Don'tbe
borne troops.In this effect. fooled because the Americansare IN 1 DAY
the past the Viet Cong have Much Is said about the Viet more clever th.3nthe French;
usually sought to avoid defensive Cong use of terror, which seemsto the Americans motives are the
combat unless they had the bat- be increasing. This is naturalas same, but they use you as pup- $25 to $600 I
tlefield so organized that It "
the pace of the war steps up pets.
was essentially an ambush. and support requirements grow The general preference for the ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
Nevertheless they carefully pre- faster than voluntary contri- "soft sell" does not keep the Cash/ for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how
pare for defense, with alternateand butions. Taxes have been raised Communists from killing, often much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven-
switch positions, in case repeatedly in some areas. by torture, whole garrisons of Ience. Same-.day service.
they do decide to make &stand. "Draftees" must fill inas volun- small posts they overwhelm when
Frequently these positions are it seems appropriate to punish 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
incorporated into existing dikes determined resistance or to
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.
separating rice fields So that frighten others In the area.
emplacements seem.to be merely Nor Infrequently one or two lead S84.33 5.00 355.79 2J.00 I
breaks in the walls, and even Some people think ers will be brutally murdered as
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trenches look like canals.. Where an example to the others. The
the water level will permit especially Shakey's is neat. dependents of the men may meet 2J9.27 J3.00 500.5J 29.00
in the so:-.called secret the same fate. Threats of reprisals 286.73 J7.00 600.00 34.39 \
base areas, elaborate tunnelsare against families are
often constructed, both for I
sometime used as well.
Include/
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Above Interest.DILp
Payments
cover and for concealment from And we welcome them Within the last 6 years the Viet .
ground and air forces. Like the Cong's ,Bjjih) ,Van program '
Japanese In World. War 'II, the the younger,set-.to Ye Col- "proselytipg," as they,call it -,- \
Viet Cong are tireless diggers. legiate Room. It's separate has become a major program.;.A.
Controlled land mines buried favored Is the
practice use of
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have long been a favorite and an Collegiate Room has small garrisons, calling to themto M.
economical Viet Cong method of save their precious lives for
destroying or at least discouraging its own door (no-one over

theiropponents. Occasionally 21 may enter here), its own
nonmilitary targets are mined,
usually by mistake or for some music center (with all the
specific political or psychological -
latest waxes to please a
purpose, such as warning 1
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often used in preparing fora serves Shakey's 21 varietiesof
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NARTU News & Views NATTC : ':' .


Capt. Carl D. Simonsen, NARTU Co, commissioned his son .
Charles Michael Simmonsen upon his graduation from the Uni- Behind The Scene
versity of South Carolina last Friday. i 2i
In addition to his son Capt. Simonsen gave the commissioningoath r: By Idcll Fondingsland
to three Navy ensigns five second lieutenants in the Air Force
and one Marine Crops second lieutenant. NATTC's Leadership Class 10-5.
Young Simonsen became Navy 66 H graduated last Fridayin Amid a Hawaiian setting
oriented when he was born at father and mother at NAS Jax King Hall after two weeks of guests were served an authentic
the Naval Auxiliary Air Stationin he will report to the Naval Air leadership training. The honor- feast of roast pig. There was
Shelton Wash., October 7, Basic Training Command Pen- man was PN2 Jack J. Matrangaof dancing to Hawaiian music under
1944. sacola, Fla., for flight training.Ens. NARTU who won the compe- colored lights. _
After graduating from high Simonsen i Is engaged to tition with a record breaking Prizes went to Diane McCoy
school at the Marine Corps Air Miss Clara Glenn of Columbia TRADITION/ / PASSED ON last average of 95.72 who won the Hula contest and
Station in Iwakuni Japan, South Carolina. Friday when NARTU's CO The class was composed of Ana Fernandez who won the
Charles entered the University E 5's from NATTC WAS,Cecil door prize a stereo.
commissioned/ / own son,
South Carolina, September 1962. *.******* Field, and Mayport. The reviewing -
He entered the Naval Re3er'eOfficer Ens. Charles Michael Simonsen officer was Cmdr. G. A. ........
Training Crops (NROTC) VADM Alexander S. Heyward and presented him witha : Sundquist NATTC's Executive
program as :a midshipman in-his Chief of Naval Air Training, sword/ after his graduation Officer. In the Aviation Electrician'sMate

freshman year. visited NARTU Jax on Saturday. from the University of South ........... School softball game'July
As a midshipman, he attended During the informal visit the Carolina. 22, Phase Four beat Phase
summer training at Little admiral met with the active duty Three 16 15.
quarters In Pensacola. NATTC lost five white hats >,
Creek Naval Station in Norfolk "Stationkee ers and their reserve -
Va., Naval, Air Station, Corpus counterparts. and gained five new chiefs as ..*...*.....
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Christ!. Tex., and aboard a destroyer lIe then toured the spates, a result of July 16 advancements.Men .
with the Atlantic Fleet. where the "Weekend Warriors"are receiving "the hat" were: Three former servicemen of
Ens. Simonsen, a psychology kept current on their va ri- Cdr. Harrell takes commandof AOC B. J. Ricketts AOC J. R. the month from NATTC touredSt.
the after
major was Company "B" Com- ous skills for (instant mobiliza squadron serving Massey HMC B. Johnson YNCA. Augustine on Saturday.
mander during his final year of In the capacity of squadron Operations .'M. Passavanti and AEC J.W.
midshipman training. tion.After the tour Adm. Heyward Officer* Bonne r. YNC Anthony M. Passavanti,
After a_ brief visit with his. departed NARTU, for hIs head- Capt. Anderson upon being relieved A02 James Garland and AO1
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Equal EmploymentProgram Golf (;., .1 q.Yt.4

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Mr. Vice President, members of the Cabinet, Chairman Macy Standings"A" ; ':
: and members of the Commission, ladles and gentlemen:
I asked you to come here today for a very special purpose. I DIVISION/ / / 'k. II I M ,
'want to talk to you about a goal of this Government that Is very 'delI
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close to my heart. I did not Invent this goal. It was establishedby Teams Points Won ;:.i.iI
President Eisenhower by Executive Order, first In the Federal %
Government. But I want to see, and I Intend to do everything I can Eubanks and Pinney 12
to see, that the goal is finally reached. Bjorkman and Barton 9.5 _

With your help, I want this .Administration to be recognized as Cleveland and Field 8
one In which we finally achieve full and equal opportunity for persons ; Plew and Anderson 8
of every race, color, creed and nationality In every part ot the United Whiddon and Bradshaw 7 '
States Government.As King and Magnam 6.5 I I 1 1..

long as any American is denied the chance to fully developand Norris and Sechrest 6 1 I : 1'' I I
use his talents, to become all that he can, then every American Gouchnour and Vearil 3
,is less than he should be. If race, skin, color, religious beliefs, sex
or national origin prevent anyone from reaching the heights, then "B" DIVISION ; Il I i ..1 I
we have all Wasted a human being. We have failed that person and,
finally, we have failed our country.
Teams Points Won
Too many of our fellow citizens are still restrained by a straitjacket '-
that was strapped upon them by the mere accident of their Pullgnano( and Will 13.5
birth. Cooper and Bunker 12.5 I
Too many of our fellow citizens do not get the education or the Johnson and Markle 10.5 THIS PLAQUE WAS presented to Capt. J. R. Macknth by Leo-
training that they need to become productive members of our society. Hodge and Weppleman 6.5 nard B. Eubank' and the Jax NASA at a farewell luncheon held"
Too many of our fellow citizens are prevented from fully using the Forrest and F. Reiter 6.5 last week. See Story Page 1 1f '
education they do get. Hawkins and Pullum 4.5

Yet we expect, and get, full participation from Americans of
all races, creeds, colors, and nationalities In Vietnam. More than lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHEREI! ,
200,000 .Americans of every description are fighting there now, Civil! Service : y
some are dying to protect our own freedom and to preserve the CONVENIENT DRIVE-IN SPACE
freedom of others. f
\ If our magnificent young men can die for freedom in.a foreign NotesCalling 1
j land, how can we refuse any of them a full measure of freedom and E o FRIED CHICKEN i ie.
i opportunity here at home?
\ Our Government has long been one avenue by which members of .
minorities have entered Into full participation{ of our national life. waste in Government BASKET: ((4 pcs)
operations a "crime" againstthe
As of June 1965, the Government had about 375,000 members of American people, President Call Ahead French Fries I i
minority groups on its rolls, of which 308,657 were Negroes. Johnson recently lauded Depart- Husfi Puppies /,
( Negroes accounted for 13.5 percent;of the Federal work force, while ment of Agriculture employees. 384-2386 Co/e/ Sosuoou /
they actually made up approximately 10 percent ,of lour;; overall /or'their':,cost-conslous, .efforts!, 'S
: popula lori.' egro'employment has, Increased during the three'years',f 'and(termed the department "one'of FILLET OF'FISH D/NNf/ j !
1' ending 'June 1965 by 5.3 percent, while total Federal employment the great leaders of all.i civillan -; / fOOOT0 I
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; increased by only 1.6 percent during the same period. agencies." G French F" e ...1
I His remarks were made at N Hu s/i/ Poppi es 1'I

During the same time frame, the number Negroes In high paying an Agriculture program honoringthe Tor fur Sou ce
Jobs has increased significantly. But we must not rest on our laurels.We winners of Special Merit A- -/ cy S// //O Il
still have a long way to gobefore we can claim full and equal op- wards for cost-cutting ideas.
portunity as a fact in our Government life. "I "believe that waste Is a 4621 SIN Jdae Ave.. ;
crime the President said. "I
The Civil Service Commission, acting under the authority of Executive
believe that waste is against our
Order 11246 has issued new regulations which will become -
freedom. I believe that wasteIs
and after 3rd. These regulations call
effective on April new against our progress. Thus,

upon you to undertake action programs. Let me underline the I believe that waste Is againstthe
word "action". Action to achieve the great objective of equal American people."
opportunity. Chairman of Macy of, the Civil Service Commissionwill He cited Agriculture's recordin
be my eyes and ears to,see that we get action. controlling waste and pro-
These plans must tax the limits of our imagination and our moting efficiency as "responsive -
creativity. They must go beyond the limited objective of eliminating warm: and concerned withY'
discrimination. If we are going to have equal employment opportunityin our people." icu'
the Federal Government, we must attack the problem on many ******** i iHFdrtMbr
fronts. Employment of the mentally
retarded in Federal agencies recently -
If members of minority groups can't be employed because they passed the 1,000, mark, et
can't find housing, then we must find housing. Civil Service Commission has r f
If they can't be employed because school systems do not give the announced. ., 1 a;
necessary education, then we must work with the school systemsto Thirty nine agencies have
see to it that the right kind of training Is provided.If hired mentally retarded persons' 1 d
they can't be employed because there is no vocational training CSC Chairman John W. Macy, ...
available In the community, then we must see to it that we have Jr., said. The program is work-
programs that provide specialized training to help them meet ing out very well, and additional :
thejr need numbers will be hired in the

These and.a host of other actions are open to us. We must take months ahead, he reported. r+ .
them. Almost a year ago I spoke to the graduating class at Howard Mentally retarded persons
University. Last June, I said that,II It is not enough Just to open the have been placed in 56 kinds of d
gates of opportunity. All of our citizens! must have the ability to jobs, including manual labor,
walk through those gates." routine clerical, messenger and .,, r,'I 1
When the historians catalogue these times In which we row live, if mail handling work, certain office -
it Is written that'we were fair men who tried to bring decency and machine operations, and
equality into American life, then, I believe our great grandchildren some laundry and food-service "You are about to take a lone trip.
be assignments under special appointing -
will is proud.It more than doing what Is needed. It Is doing what Is right.If authorities, Chairman Don't forget to get your travelers checks at

there lives somewhere in this great Nation one man or one woman Macy said.
could advance the cause of our country. and those skills
whose talents ********
are buried because of discrimination, the tragedy Is vast and the
Luck is the crossroads where
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nation Is the loser.
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preparation and opportunitymeet.
In the last year, we have tried to do some things to break, for the BARNETT
first time, these barriers in leadership.A NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
Negro scholar and exceptional Administrator for the first time
sits in the President's Cabinet. CHURCH OF CHRIST MCMSlLO1 AL 'DCFOSIT INSUMAMCC CORPORATION
The brilliant Solicitor General of the United States is a Negro, 5223 Wesconett fllvd.
the first to hold this high office. An exceptional Negro is now the Near NAS US HAS FACILITY OFFICE
the Federal Reserve Board of this Nation. ,
first of his race to sit on Just OIl TimuquQn" Rd.
A-most. charming and intelligent lady Is our first woman to be both Across Frew AtaMstritloB IU|., HAS
and Ambassador and a Negro. For the. first time an able Negro SUNDAYS:

lady!is a United States Federal Judge. 10:00 A. M. (liMe Study 1..ld.. Heirs:
These are a few of the breakthroughs in which reason and sanity
11:00 A. M. Worship
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triumphed.. So I challenge each of you here today, and each of you within the 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM

sound of my voice, to try to accept this as your own creed. :
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waded through swamps and cut
through underbrush. They stuckto
the high ground mostly,avoid-
t .w M ing Viet Cong bands in the valleys .t.' _

COMMISSIONED 2 his new, rank applied by Major/ Speed F. Shea, left, and LtCol./ At 2:30 p.m. the next day they p .. $
J. W. Sullivan at the Marine Aviation Detachment here last were spotted by U. helicopters m + o
week 2dLt. Benson Is attending the Aviation Ordnance Man and lifted to the field at Phu
agement School here. Bai.
In the top right corner of the

photo accompanying the story, FORMAL RETIREMENT certificate' denoting 30 years of Marine
there was a partially obscured Corps service ((20 active and 10 in the Fleet Reserve) was
face that seemed familiar. A
JAX MARINESMSgt. check with the Marine's wife, presented here recently to MSg Jehugh Sconyers by LtCol. L.
who lives in Jacksonville, con- E. Lovette, right, CO, MARTD. Since going into the Fleet Re-
Joel Ferguson firmed what we had thought. It serve in 1956, 'Sconyers has worked in the food procurement
EXT. 400 was MSgt. William H. Perkins branch of the Supply Dept. at the local Naval Hospital. He Is .a,
former NCOinC of the AE School native of Swalnsboro/ Ga. .
....... Marine Liaison Office here, who
Familiar Face men, remnants of the camp runs the avionics I Shop at namese people in the Civic Action held at Detroit, August 4-7.
troops, and nearby villagers to Phu Bia where the rescue operations Program.The Members will take time out for
The story on page three of a begin a 30 mile march through originated.On film Is available to all the usual fun that accompaniessuch
recent SIKORSKY NEWS reported dense Jungle back to safety.He Marine Corps activities throughthe gatherings, pause for reflection
the exploits of Lt Col.Charles headed north and west because Target film libraries of major commands and renew acquaintances -
A. House, who was leading a he explained, the Viet Marine aviation in Vietnamis : and District Headquarters. with men who served with
flight of 10 IIH 34s through Cong expected them to head east. featured in a new film, "On them from Guadalcanal to the,
tracers and mortar.fire to pickup They walked in orderly column, Target", recently released by ReunionThe Chosln Reservoir to the junglesof
survivors from the Special resting an hour every four hours, Headquarters Marine Corps to Vietnam.
Forces camp at Ashau, overrun with shorter breaks between.The major Marine commands. First Marine Division As- The policy of the Marine Corpsis
by the Viet Cong, when his helicopter colonel tasted plants along Through the expert work of sociation reunion, the "grand- ( to give as much assistance
was shot out from under the way to learn which could be the cameramen, the viewer of daddy" of them all, will be as possible to Marines;, and other.
him.LtCol. eaten if food ran out. Leaches this 14 minute color film accompanies i- Armed Forces personnel as well
House organized his own clung to the marchers. They' Marine pilots inViet- as to government employees assigned -
nam action from the time they to the Marine Corps,and to
are briefed on their strike mis- dependents in the exercise of
WESCONNETT FURNITURE Co.. sions to the time they return and their voting privilege.In .
are debriefed. order to insure proper administration -
The viewer shares the cock- of this program,
USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERS pit of a Marine jet as it screams every Marine Corps command at
NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW towards a target releasing its b r the battalion/squadron level and
f bomb load. He stands in the middle above, has assigned to a com-
DESKS of the DaNang airstrip in missioned officer the duty of
NEW & USED TV SETS ,July 1965 after the VC had providing personnel with such
struck, leaving a few planes in voting information as election
& Browse!
Come In
FREIGHT SALVAGE smoking ruins. He rides a KC- dates, candidates, and registration -
EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9am. 7pm. 130 (Hercules) as it refuels F-4 requirements for the different -
t Phantoms In actual air to air 1 states. Each voting officer -
refueling missions. He standsat ,rb IQu can provide advice on the'
5326 WESTCONHETT BLVD.AT 103RD 771-0750 the doors of the Marine Corps rights and responsibilities of vot-
big weight lifters (Hercules) ing and is prepared to answer
as they air drop critical sup- questions on voting procedures.
plies to the Marine ground units. MASTER SGT. Clifford 0.
Wood received the warrant pro. t
: The viewer Joins skilled enlisted moting him to his new rank _
;18 8-/ Marines arming and positioning last week from CWO Daniel J.
the bombs and rockets on Hurley, Aviation Detachment
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. the off powerful jets; heaccompanies Supply Officer. MSgt. Wood is
duty technicians and air-
crewmen as they walk guard duty the new detachment supply
after a 14 hour day; he ridesa chief, replacing WO Harvey
bulldozer with the Seabees as E. "Tom" Pennington who
they transform the sand at Chu- held the fob as an enlistedman
Lai into an airfield; and he and who 'leaves this week
4 v helps Marines distribute food and for his new duty station at
medical supplies to the Viet- Camp Pendleton, Calif. n
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LIEUTENANT'S LADY Former -

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"D". Stewart gets an assist
257/off/ on TV or radio parts from wile Joyce In adjusting
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Is a veteran of the Korean
TO BEAT THE COMPETITION War and was awarded the
Presidential Unit Citation
BRI t [c> BR2 : 6836 Goldilocks' i LI. 389-3966 while serving there with the
T. ) 1st Marine Division.
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MOVIESMovies 1
Club SchedulesNASJAX \ I +
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at the NAS Jax Theatre-.
will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS CECIL W1Ad.h'wK4V \ >';
8:15 Monday "0" CLUB The weekend .
p.m. through CPO CLUB Friday night the ,
Saturday. In addition to the dance music at the club will special dinners will be Lobster
two evening shows there will be by Mark Castle this Fridayand for $2.25 and a Porter House
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on on Saturday Dick Wilson Steak for $2.20. Entertainment
Saturday. Sundays and holidays.The will be performing. Foreign Friday will be presented by the Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company
Hospital Theatre will have Dish Night is on Tuesday featuring Moon Lighters. Saturday, a lOoz 3649 Philips MivyM Jacksonville Florida 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. gourmet treats from many Filet will be the special dinner. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs- ,
Cecil Field will have two shows lands. Family Night on Wednes- For your musical enjoyment we day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published "
during the week at 5:30 and 8 day with all the fried chickenyou will have the Teensters. Sunday, the following week unless the publisher is instructed other- .
for $1.50. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must, '
p.m. Matinees will be shownon can eat Thurs the special dinner will be a 10 be received WITH the the ad.
for
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. day Is beef-eaters night served ,oz. Filet for $1.90 $.50 fora copy i
buffet style from 6 to 9
p.m. child's
plate. Wednesday is
DO NOT SEND
Thursday/ July 28 CASH
p.m.CPO game night, starting at 7:45 p.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .$2.00
NAS North By Northwest CLUB Entertainmentfor The special will be 'a K.C. Steak Per additional
(line ((4 words line .Y.Y. !
Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint. this week will be Mark Cas- Dinner for $.65. per ). .o50

Hospital Dirty Game Vit- tle playing Saturday. The ,Bud EM CLUB Tonight is game
torio Gassman and Robert Ryan.C. Clark Combo will perform this night with a Shrimp Basket I
Field The Birds Rod Sunday. Special for $.50. Friday, Mel BOAT FOR SALE: 1 YR. OLD SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein "
Taylor and Tippi Hedren. ACEY DEUCEY Charlie Jay Gaden will be hereto entertain, 16 Ft. Orlando Clipper, 65 HP Jacksonville and Mayportareas. 1

'a Friday, July 29 will appear this Saturday, and on also there will be a Happy Hour Merc. Trailer, Ski Equip 1859 Military Backgroundwould "i I
Mt Vernon Dr Call 781-1217
Sunday Mark Castle will providethe from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.. Saturday be helpful. A very rewarding -
NAS Go Go Big Beat dance music. Game nightis the Loose Ends will be here SACRIFICE MOVING career possible for the J
: AUG.
1 .
\ The Animals. every Sunday and Tuesday. for your,musical enjoyment. Sun- Right Man. Write to the Regional !
11,000 BTU A/C, $100., Modern
. Hospital Tarzan and the Val- Dick Widon will Director, P.O. Box
Watch for the special dance day, entertain couch, Black $50, 4 PC. 13177,
ley of Gold Mike Henry.C. night on Thursday, Aug. 11,when Monday and Tuesday,Happy Hour Bedroom Set $60, 21' Color modern'TV Orlando Fla. 32809
Field Fireball 500 famous Pete Martin from 6:30: to 7:30: p.m. Wed-
nationally Philco $300. King Size Bed REAL ESTATE: FREECONSUL- .
Frankie Avalon and Annette and the Features will be here. nesday, will be the Special"G. $100. 781 2878. TATION advice. 7 days a week. > -'
Funl cello. Make plans early for that night. G." ReviewalsoHappyilour Homes for sale, $100 Down.
Saturday, July 30 from 6:30: to 7:30 p.m. HOUSE FOR SALE: HYDE Equities, No Qualifying. Rent-

ORF Grove Acres, Corner lot, 3 als. Homesite Lots Acreage,
NAS Spencer's Mountain BLUEJACKET INN Phil Cay On August 5, 1966 at 4 p.m. bdrms cent heat/air, 2 1/3 bath Investments. WALTER T.BOWDEN -
Henry Fonda. Maureen O'Hara. will be playing the music for the Officer's Recreation Facility 1800 sqft plus 2 car gdr. $2500 Reg. Broker USN Retired.
Hospital North By Northwest Thursday's dancing Friday's will have another "Grand Open- and assume 5 1/4%/ FHA loan. 384-1376
Cary Grant, Eva .Marie Saint.C. entertainment will be by the Hol- ing". Entertainment will be sup Avail anytime Call Z81-1217.
Field Dirty Game Vit- idays. Saturday presents live plied by "The Night Hawks and 1859 Mt. Vernon Dr. FOR RENTFt TRNISIIED APART-
toria Gassman, Robert Ryan. music, and on' Sunday March the Chickadees." Hors 'D Oeuv- MENT 39-11 Boone Park Ave.
July 31 Wilson and the Redcoats will res are featured and will include FOR RENT: Manotak Ave. 1417 4 Rm, Upper. Child Welcome.
Sunday, perform. Live music is scheduled boiled shrimp ( with sauce), furn. 2 BR, duplex, water furn, $60 .Cons'. NAS EV73356.

NAS Wild Wild Winter for Monday and Tuesday when Swedish Meatballs, and chips and clean elect kit, no pets, $75 SINGERS FOR :$15
Gary Clark. dips. To quench your thirst mo., PHONE: 3896938UNFURNISHED SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN

! Hospital Go, Go Big Beat the popular "Loose Ends" will there ,will be free beer and other HOUSE ,FOR Storage, good condition, fullyelectric'
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The Animals.C. play the dance music. Game nightis drinks will be at "Happy Hour" does
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1
Rent immediately, complete
Field Tarzan and the Valley every Wednesday. prices until closing.Bob'sOakHi11 with attachments. Yours for
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yd Call 771 4964 or 387- storage charge; Only $15: each.
Monday, August 1 ( 1683. Call warehouse, 35-1946! : 'will
deliver, no obligations. A-I Sewing -
NAS Heavens Above Peter Machine Company
Sellers and Cecil Parker. HOUSE FOR SALE: VENETIA, '
Hospital Spencer's Mountain- Pure. Service CenterOpen 3BR, 2B, spacious A/C, brick EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEADING -
Furniture locatedin
Henry Fonda, and Maureen 0'- patio and fireplace: outdoors, Industry
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Field North By 'Northwest Small equity and takeover mortgage write or send post card to J. C. '

Cary Grant and Eva Marie .. pymts $136. mo., includ- WILLIAMS; personal,HECK MAN '
Saint. road serviced pick-up & delivery ing 'taxes. Phone 388-6978 CABINET, Pickard Circle,

Cars or see at 4203 Rapallo Rd. Lexington, N. C. All Inquires
. Tuesday' August 2 mechanic ON duty-American & Foreign answered.

NAS Viva Maria Jeanne. 103rd & James Rd. RIDE WANTED: San Marco: &
Moreau. 771-9156! Jacksonville; Fla. HOUSE FOR SALE: Close to Myra 0730 1600,. Call "Ext.

Hospital Wild, Wild Winter- CF and NAS Jax, 3BR, scrd 748 Mrs. Altec t

Gary Clark. ........ .............. porch, Ig yd'., low pymts, 5534 FURN. APTS: 1 &213R, $!C5
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ALL RANK
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las. 2 Story Home., All Extras -
Hospital' Heaven's Above C..onv. to Cecil & NAS Schools
Peter Sellers and Cecil Parker, "OPENINGS FOR DEGREE & Shopping. 6818 Azul Cr.

C. Field -Spencer's Mountain- 1 We Cover Any Risk teachers In grades 1-5, $5,000 771-9139
Henry Fonda Maureen O'Hara. 'i salary, Contact Mr. Philemon,
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V Fliers Clinch Interservice Little League
HAS JAX INTRAMURAL SPORT PROGRAM
Finals OpenTomorrow

. Title With Weekend WinsTwin (Fall 1966)'j") r',

SPORT MEETING ST4.RT
double header wins slammed out by the Jax Navy Filers The first game In the Senior
1"' at the expense of Cecil Field and Sanford gave the base softballers Golf 3 Aug 15 Aug Division[ of the Florida State
undisputed possession of the Florida/Georgia Interservice League Little League Tournament will
".,. crown, even though some of the other teams have yet to complete Touch Football ': 10 Aug 22 Aug get underway tomorrow morningat
the campaign. NAS Jax's Mason Field
Going into what proved to be gave him a perfect season thus Volleyball ,1;, 24 Aug" 6 Sept Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS
:- a profitable weekend for the far, 20 O.'NATTC's. Jax Commanding[ Officer, has
Fliers, the race was still un-' reliable infield' 'Tennis' '', ,. .. 31Aug, 12 Sept been Invited to throw out the
decided. To mathematically( insure -' 'Willy' Miller supplied a big first ball to start the games
a first place finish,the team portion of the punch Saturday Handball 7 Sept 19 Sept between the 13 15 yr. old
f had to sweep all fourgamesthus night as the club rolled on 12- boys.
wrecking any hopes Robbins AFD 2 and 9-0. Miller crossedthe Ping Pong 14 Sept 26 Sept The four participating teams
might have had along the same arrived earlier in the week for
lines. The Fliers proved up plate three times .In the Basketball 2 Nov 21 Nov the three game series play -
to the task however and finished first game and his two hits,along off being hosted by the Navy-
with a 18 '- 2 won and lost with all around reliable Flier Ortega Lakeshore Little League. -
record. Overall, the team has play salted away the never This is the first time that
won 36 and lost four. really close games. the tournament has been playedat
A scant crowd was on hand the site for more than
{ An evident luster exhibited by same
to view last Friday night's series the Fliers in their last few one year, as NAS Jaxwasthe site
Cecil. Threatening SPOUTS SHOUTSRain
against games could easily tarnish how- of lasy year's tourney.
I. clouds let loose [in the second ever before they leave for the Ii<. Play offs held prior to this
inning of the first game and Sixth Naval District Tournamentat tourney determined the top team
caused a twenty minute delay. the four
i would
Charleston, S C. August that represent
the moistened
it
Perhaps was
has the Tickets/
again postphoned areas of the state. Only one
Frank Mc-
r infield along with the undeniable 21st. Field manager finish of the Jax Intramural Soft- team, consisting fourteenboys,
of Frank !Hicks that Caffrey plans to take steps so thisdoesn't
speed produced ball With the southeast,
season. some help Pro football fans are invitedto will represent
and
a
happen practices
the livliest play in the ; from the weatherman northeast and north-
l' though we get their tickets now for the southwest,
f., 5-1 victory. Hicks, on first, few city league games are plan- may be able to wrap-up the sea- August 20th Gator Bowl game west regions of Florida.
came all the way round the hornto ned so as to keep a sharp edgeon son In next week's edition. In between the New York Jets and Little League play has become
score in the fifth inning after the National League race, Com- Miami Dolphins. Special Serv- very competitive with almost
stealing second and enjoying two the Flier knife that far
so munications has already clinchedthe ices Is offering the $5 tickets 200,000 boys participating ir
consecutive blunders made byCecil's has yet to go dull. pennant. for $2.50. Further informationon teams throughout the eleven districts -
infield. Littleton[ was of the state. At NAS Jax,
t all ticket sales can be obtained -
the winning[ pitcher. by calling Ext. 444, or alone, there are over 600 boy
in somewhat of, lackluster Wins
Playing a NavSupt' NATTC
visiting Bldo. 704. Involved in the Navy Orteg
should
way, the Fliers
Lakeshore league. This leagueis
/ be happy with the victory; there Softball Campers a joint military civilian operation
club could Championshipparticularly
were times either
Four "spanking new"campers presently under the dir
have won. have been added to the Special ection of League President Lcdr
Power that was lacking in the Trophies were presented to gratifying and activeone. Services camping fleet, however A. S. Beaver.
initial contest was evident [in the NATTC championship softball ." as the waiting list is quite long Two games will be playec
the second game as the Fliers teams at King Hall last The championship was decidedin it may be a long time before tomorrow at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m
banged out 13 hits and a 9-1, Thursday July 21. a playoff game between Navy they can be checked out. In with the championship game see'
win. Numerous Cecil miscues The trophies were presentedby Support and AE "B" last week. addition to the campers, Special for Saturday at 2 p.m. Umpire?
I again helped the cause. Stewart Captain Thomas B. Ellison, Each team had lost only one game Services has a host of other selected for this tournament are
\ took the laurels as the winning NATTC's Commanding Officer, during the season AE "B" camping gear available for the Tex Goodson, Ben Benson, Jad .
pitcher; this along with the and Ltjg. 'R. W. Lang, Special lost to Navy Support and Navy outdoorsman, ready to be checked Hall, Ben Sabastian, Bob Bald-
victory he was to gain the following Services[ Officer. The champion- Support lost to AE "B". outat Bldg.. 704. ,-x. ..-- ,. '. wIt ,win, :and, Don ;Stewart ? all o
night, gave him a 16-4 ship trophies went to Navy Sup- The playoff was a thriller with NAS Jax.
record for the year. port and second place trophieswere the winning run coming In the
"Big John" Littleton's first presented to,AE "B". seventh Inning to cinch the has beKiddingthat Men's GolfAssoc.
1 night win, coupled with a repeat ,.Capt. Ellison congratulated the championship. teams in the NAS Jax Intramural
t performance: the next evening teams and termed the season "a NATTC's BKs402 softball league and the .varsity FormsA
(Fliers) squad use over 60 dozen
SetTo Face NASWith softballs a year. Those little new organization formed

,::1 r that ,Marina J one team already set for spheres must really take a beat- recently at NAS Jax when the
the finals of the base softball ingl Jax Navy Men's Golf Association
AND IOATY AID tournament, (NATTC's Barracks tfeffer# Fishing came into being. The association -
402)) the remaining twoNAS clubs Buying a fishing license is not will be composed of male
MERCURYD MERCRUISER
_
L ) battled it out to gain the other so much a matter of obeying a golfers who are eligible to playat
FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS berth as the Air News went to state law as it is helping raise the Jax golf course and who
press. money to provide better fishing.One have either an annual or monthly
I Two teams remained in NAS's dollar from the sale of each green fees card.
Boats:, Sales-Service-Storage picture, O&R and VP-5. O&R $3 fishing license is set asidein Monthly dues for the new group
made the final round on basis ofa a fishing Improvement fund have been set at $1 per mem-
.} : Large Selection-New & Used Rigs 12-2 romp over VP-30 on Monday and can be used only to Improvethe ber per month. These dues will
NAS sets up their tourna- states' fresh water fishing. entitle each member to partici-
17 ment on a double elimination pate as a member of the association -
Hwy. sys-
Orange Park 264.9835 By The Box
tem; a VP-5 victory over their in any or all tourna-
opponent in a game played Tues- The NAS Jax Fish Camp,Dldg. ments and matches. '
Officers for this associ-
day matches them against the new
1964, has fishing worms for saleat
NATTC champ tonight, On the ation are: Cdr. Bob Watkins,
rr JOIN THECREDIT 65$ a box. For further information -
other side of the coin, O&R hadto Mr. President; Capt. Arthur Deckerret
please contact ( ), Vice President; Mr. Harry
win games on both Tuesdayand
: Frumerie or call Ext. 8440. They
': Webb, Secretary Cdr. J. E.
UNION $ Wednesday to sweep them- also have boats and motors for ;
Westmoreland (ret), Treasurer
$ selves into the base champion- the hour. ;
use by day or
x ship game. Lcdr. Ralph McClure, Publicity;
$ rf\ f; js 1 1As and Capt. Harry Ferguson, (ret),
SAVES and CWO Frand Miller, (ret),
N.J Tournament Chairmen.:
N FRED DAVIS Serving as Advisors to the
i i group will be LtCol.B.E.Thayer,
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Whistling In Model FlyersSet Fishing Tales.. : "



The RiggingBy Aircraft r

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Lt. P. E. Thlbo eau Show In JaxThe 4 t M


Things have been really humming Saturday, August 6. These les- model aircraft fliers will y
NAS
again invade Jax on August
around the Navy Jacksonville sons will be based on the Be-
7 l when the Flying Rebels a local
Sailing Club dock area as ginner's
Manual
Sailing which is
model flying club sanctioned by
the contractors finished off the available at the clubhouse. Tliey LL.a
the of Jacksonville,will !
city present -
new dock and the finger pier will qualify you to sail in the model aircraft show.
extensions on the old pier. It's NJSC boats ( as specified by the a
sort of cut down on the sailinga By laws) and will give you Mr. Louis Mazer will be
bit as some of the boats had the background necessary to go demonstrating the art of landing ii-
to be moved to make room for on to higher sailing ratings as control line model aircraft on a
the men to work but we now you become more experienced In minature flight deck. On the same \ \.
have a dock area that is ade- the art of sailing. To prepare program will be Mr.Joe Mead and
quate for the present club acti- yourself for the lessons you his son, Jim, a father and son
vity. A note of caution con could begin by studying the man- team who do some pretty fancy 1
cerning the pilings recently driven ual along with the reference stunt combat and speed flying.
is in order they are and material listed there in. There will be many flying events
will continue to ooze creosote for SALTY SEZ, I agree with and several models on display.The .
quite some time. This stuff is yer edditer as ter the part about A. S. Stromanlno, ADJ1 r, tight, and W. E. Allen, AMHJ', receive/
really tough to get out of clothingand all hands bearing a hand in the lax Hobby Shop has spon- prizes as winners In the VP-45 Black Bass Fishing Tournament
will burn your skin and eyes. club's work. It's a bit o a bad sored several such meets
throughout the summer in hopes from VP-45 acting Commanding Off leer, Cdr. ). W. Townes,
Walt will cover the pilings with thing when some o ye memberstake of creating more interest in mod Jr. First prize of a rod and reel went to Allen for a four lb.
in the futureto fer
furring strips near granted that they'll bea
help the situation. Also the boat available ter sail anytime el building and flying. All con- black bass caught in Lake Delancy, second prize, a reel, to .
creosote is darn hard to get off they take a notion ter do so.That's trol line model pilots from NAS E. E. Dryden, ATR3 (not pictured), for a three lb. bass caught '
your boat. only true as Ipngas some- Jax and Cecil Field are invitedto at Doctors Lake and third prize, a rod for the largest number
The Rebel was finished up one's willing ter turntoand keep join in the fun. caught, to Stramanlno for pulling in 16 bass at Lake Delancy.

last week and is nowinthewater, them in shape. This an the This event should prove to be The contest lasted from June 3 to July 10.
ready to go again. Thanks to general club area up keep are equally enjoyable for both the
the help of a few dedicated'NJSC all a part o what's expected o participants as the spectatorsas ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
members It looks as good as ye as a member. Sure does get there are always thrills and .
new. There was serious talk tiresome going around picking up spills in the racing of model
of limiting Its use to those who after some o ye. Do ye get the aircraft. SHRIMP ,DINNER
have contributed to the work and idea? $119
not allowing It to be used by The answer to last week's Girls Alt YOU CAM' EAT '

anyone else. But then we really question A yatch is tacking Kaniosky,
couldn't do that as it is an open from the moment she is
boat and all those who don't have beyond head to wind until she Relay Lead TeamInWeekendMeet Open Daily We make
the time or inclination to con- has borne away If beating to 11:30: a.m. to 10 p.m. a specialty of
tribute a little to the over-all windward, to close hauled
club effort would be offended.By course; If not beating to windward CATFISH .
the way we have some Beetles to the course on which SI'RJ\tlt: ;I
which need to be fixed up her mainsail has filled. The Navy Jax Swim Team was OYSTERS
to be used for open use boats. Next week's question back in the water last weekend s' CHICKEN ,;
Do I hear any volunteers? (Inland Rules ) What lights are when they participated in the STEAKS
NJSC members have been selected required on small boats for operation Beaches Aquatic Invitational RED SNAPPER
for the various NAVY DAY between sunset. and sun- swim meet held Saturday July t T .{ SEUVICEANQUE'f.

REGATTA Committees. The rise? 23. SERVICE .
'
preliminary planing stage..has.been
The host Beaches SC ,
Aquatic BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH
concluded
and COMFAIRJAX
we are now ki1'QHENS
led the field to win the meet.
ready to get going on the work-
Ing stages. If your name doesn't I SOFTBALLTOURNEY Jax boys compiled 61 points fora 3438 BLANDING BLVD.PHONE 771-5581
fourth finish while the
place
on of the lists and
appear any
girls finished third with 150
you would like to help out, con-
tact the committee head. 'Event The ComFairJax Double- points. .,
ually all hands will be involvedIn Elimination Softball Tournamentwill Carl Kaniosky worked hard
this effort so that we may have be held at NAS Jax duringthe for NJSC to take the boys 11-
an outstanding regatta. week of August 8 through 12. 12, 200 individual medley. Time
All NavAirLant Fleet Air Units for the event was 2:38.8.: The
Race CommitteeDan
based in the ComFairJax area are girls 13 14 group, a strong ........
Jackson, Lou Carson eligible to participate. Aug- team for the Jax club, capturedthe -
Floyd Bates Bill Adams,Charlie mentation from other area fleet 200 medley relay with a time .
Eastham Rodger Scott. air units not entering this tour- of 2:19.5.: The team Linda

Grounds Committee nament is encouraged. Personnel Mayberry, Cheri Glaraton, Ellen
attached to shore based Smalling, and Rhoda Puleo have
Bob Marshall, John McCallist- commands not directly affiliated placed consistently well in com- SHA)1ZRJ'LA)

er, Wally Vance Troy Barger, with Fleet Air activities are petition.
Frank, Dybdall Jim Gllssom ineligible.
Other relay squads placing in
Personnel participating must
Food Committee. have individual orders written, the top three were the 9-10

Hugh Bell Paul Overton, Bill specifying that If selected they girls for the medley and free lAPARTMENTSjWEST
authorized relay,and the 9 10 boys for
Scronce Steve Negri. are to participate at
higher levels.In the free relay. Nancy Viola
.
Publicity CommitteePhil the hopes of assembling the Sandra Shadurn, Debbie Newman JAX'S NEWEST & MOST MOD'' UN
and Fontaine make the
Thibodeau, John Brown. best team for 6ND competitionon Nancy up
conclusion of the CFJ tourney, girls team while KevIn Rockford, APARTMENTS. CONVENIENT
Dock Master/Traffic the coaches of all entries will Wayne Johnson, Rick and Mickey '
LOCATED NEAR BOTH BASE
Stuebben swim in the 9-10
Bob Darnell J. D. Forrest participate actively In the selection -
Bill Bogoslawski, Charlie Hal- of augmenting personnel. age group. Only Min. To Cecil & NAS
bohm Lou Valla. Games will be played as muchas Individual medal winners Included -
A Treasure Hunt Race is possible In late afternoonand Ginny Bunn, Ellen Small- 71 UNITS 1,2,4 3 Bedro6m Apts.
scheduled for this coming Sunday, evening. ComFairJax mes- ing Carl J Kaniosky, Tom Cooper,
July. 31, at the NJSC Clubhouse. sage (date time group 252145Z) Mary Kay Glaraton, Kathy Nau- FURN.orUNFURN. and
This event will be set up that carries further details on the man, Pat Dalzell, and Susie efficiency ipts.
you will race from point to point tournament. Chance (unattached).
picking up clues as you go. ALL APTS. HAVE: .
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Two Mallards, members of 65 BELAIR WAGON . . . .52595

Chief/ G. F. Bowen Coach of NAS Cecil's Pistol Team pre the NAS," have Cecil's decided"Duck to Detachment use the- Auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, factory

t. sents Captain S. D. Wr/gnf with the Expert Team Trophy they "Buddy System" in raising their air conditioning/ solid blue, WSW, like new.

\i ,a' won in Charleston, as fellow team mates look on. families.The .
I ducks up until now 65 BELAIR WAGON. . . .$2395
t have laid a total of eight eggs, 9 Passenger, auto/trans., V-8, power steering,
all in the same nest. The two. R&H, luggage rack, solid white, red Interior; ,
.f. r! birds are poised side by WSW. ,
\ side atop their eggs, waiting for
their families to arrive. It is 65 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. . .$2395
expected that the new ducklingswill Auto/trans., V.8, PS, R&H, solid red, white
\ /St t- ,M. t K J Y 1n, .i1 break into the flight line in top, 7,500 actual miles, WSW, like new. .
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9 1 28 days. -
To protect the nest and its
jI I contents from other wildlife,they 65 CORVAIR COUPE . . .5M95
were moved into a fenced area Standard shift, R&H, solid white, red Interior,
until the eggs hatch. WSW, still in new car warranty.
This is the first time on record -
that two hens have ever 65 CALIENTE 2 DR. HARDTOP. :,, U79S
shared the same nest since the Standard shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, solid turquoise,
"Duck Detachment" arrived at WSW, low mileage.
the Cecil Field Golf Course. .

FootballTicketsTickets 65 MUSTANG 'f .l.-. . .$1995
Standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid yellow, black.
interior, WSW, still in new car warranty. "
to the Miami "Dol- .
phins" vs.New York"Jets"football -
HAS Cecil's Marine Barracks Pistol Team pose with the trophies game are available at the 65 IMpALA SPORTS 'SEDANjfrom., .1 $2295
they won last week at Charleston, ,S. C. NAS Cecil special services ticket 4 to choose from, full power, factory air con-
office. These tickets are'$2.50 ditioning, still in new car warranty. -
each (reduced from $5.00)). The
from the air score with the service
tion: Pistol and marine teams barracks at NAS sta- and ammunition to win the weapon, Ex- game will be played on Saturday, 64 MONZA COUPE. . .. 0' ;.. .$1295
Cecil Field participated in the pert Match. August 20th, in the Gator Bowl. 4. speed, R&H, WSW, solid white, black interior.

Annual Commandant's Trophy
Match held last week in Charleston :: SEWMG CENTERSS5Wr

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It was a worthwhile trip for .;'r. SINGERAUTOMATICZigZeg ( \ 1f4ed(3tJA4
both teams as the shooters literally -
From $48.00 $5.00
-1 "cleaned house" trophy- or .,. 4

wise. The Marines came through :f: OTHER NAME BRANDS, NEW & USED

with place 21 awards individual, including first and second grand {::: FROM 14.95 ALL GUARANTEED. TV'S & j

aggregrates In three out of four r: VACUUM CLEANERS. EZ TERMS. PARTS

classifications, that group competitors E & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES. $ 64 FAIRLANE 500 SPORT COUPE. J7595
by shooting ability.They Auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, baby
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also won a trophy in the Sharp- r6106'103rd: o; ':-: & : blue, WSW.

shooter Class, which was the s.. 771-9166 ?} 64 FALCON 2 DR. SEDAN. r '. J7J95
only team match: they fired.Par-
ticipating members were: Maj Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, heater, yolld blue I
Searle, Capt. Duffy, Gy/Sgt. owner, WSW.
'Wotnble, Lcpl. Pilarsky. and 64 MALIBU ''SPORT COUPE. . 11695

Lcpl.,/ Joy. Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Ivory over blue, WSW.
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The Navy took what the Ma-
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as the "Expert" winners In WSW. blue interior -
team competition. G. F. Bowen -
took First Master Class with 63 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY. & $1495
.1'2571 grand aggregrate score. r MAN KNOWS ALL THE Auto/trans. R&H, 409 V-8 engine, PS, solid
Alford finished first place in the white, blacLC interior, WSW. -
Sharpshotter class in the NRA RIGHT ANGLES ONMUFFLERS

Building Fund Match, and 62 CHEVY/ DELUXE . . .5895
.Andreas placed second in the 2-dr., standard shift 6 cylinder, R&H, .WSW,
Expert Class. The team com- z,7 extra clean.
prised of ,G. F. Bowen, R. L.
Alford, T. C. Andreas and R.U. 62 TEMPEST 4 DR. WAGON.$895

Eisenhour, amassed a 1027-12X HE'S SQUARE ... AND PROUD-OF IT! Autotrmu.t R&H, solid blue, blue interior, ex .
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