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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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, VOL 2.1 NO. 19 U.S.NAVAL AI.ITATIOM..4UJONYII.U.I'LOIlI .4. class Robert R. Ingram will be presented the Silver Star Medal

t"" .. tomorrow morning at 10:30 (Friday, August 5) for gallantry In
,... Vietnam. The nation's third highest combat decoration will be
Tech. Train. awarded to Ingram by Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell USN, Commander
., Fleet Air Jacksonville at his headquarters on the Naval Air Station.
.' Ingram has been undergoing
Chief Tours 4 treatment at the Naval Hospitalon
the air station since Aprilof
? i'I this year for shrapnel and
if' gunshot wounds received in Viet
f' i4 At NATTC nam on February 8. Following
I Initial treatment, he was air
liI Rear Adm. M. H. Tuttle, Chief evacuated to NAS Jacksonvilleon
t __ / of Naval Air Technical Training, March 29.
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The citation accompanyingthe
visited NATTC last Friday on
( one lap of his orientation tour. medal signed by Lieutenant
I:0< Rear Adm. Tuttle arrived at General V. H. Krulak, USMC, '
NATTC from Glynco, Ga., and p Commanding General of Fleet
received a command briefing Marine Forces in the Pacific,
from LtCol. J. W. Sullivan, CO for the President, cites Ingramfor
jt of MAD; Cdr. W. J. Tutwiler, heroic conduct during con-
ji Director of Training; Cdr. V. G. bat action near the hamlet of
i Oulllen, Superintendent of Elect- Phuoc Hoa, South Vietnam.
rical Training; and Cdr. W. J. ". Hospital Corpsman
IiI Bobek Superintendent of Ord- Ingram was accompanying the
I nance Training in the CommandIng WORLD'S LARGEST three. Third Platoon of Company C
,. Yt Officer's Office. dimensional Marine Corps em. on a combat patrol deep into
f Following the briefing Adm. blem has been constructedhere enemy controlled territory.:
Tuttle toured the Training Center While moving across a seriesof
f and visited several departments.These by GySgt. Ed Batten, saluting /. rice paddies, the leading ele-
Included: an AO "B" at the Marine Aviation ment was subjected to a devastating '
classroom. Radiography School, Detachment. Batten, a Leath./ barrage of rifle and automatic -
and AE: "A" classroom AO erneck combat engineer, designed weapons fire from Viet
il School Malfunction range AE the emblem for fellow Cong positioned in dense hill
\. School hanger King Hall,Medicaland Marines to use when they celebrate masses: Three Marines were
Dental, Messhall, and the AE the Corps' 191st anniversary killed three other seriously
K school barracks. Nov. 70. When completed wounded in the first few momentsof
# Adm. Tuttle action. Reacting Immediatelyand
stayed overnightat
the 10 foot emblem
) the NAS BOO and continuedhis defiant,of the danger,Ingram
tour by visiting NAS Cecil will be suspended from a ceiling raced to the aid of the casual-
Field on Saturday, before departing and powered by a small ties and worked feverishly
iIs for NAS Sanford. motor to make it rotate and throughout the violent 15-minute
TWO TROPHIES to be presented for the first time to the At. cast mirrored reflections./ engagement. His daring and gal-
lantic and Pacific Fleet patrol squadron with the best maintenance lant action In treating the wounded
I record for FY 1966 are accepted by Vice Admiral Paul New Hours Set Work Closes Streets until helicopter evacuation was
a H. Ramsey, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Air, from available was largely responsible ,,
t D. M. Wilder/ Vice-President/ of the Lockheed Californla Co. At Commiss. for,saving the lives ofthewoundl
the
Effective last Tuesday,
;"-" ,,,,, .. .. The -firm Is Q.dlv/s/on'of f the Lockheed'Aircraft Corp. .. following'streets'wilI be'closed'permanently' ,ed.." 11
of Mr. and Itfrs.
'"'*' The Commissary Store has Ingram, son : .
? due to constructionof
New Awards Set received authorization from the patrol Aircraft Hangar; Robert In S.Clearwater Ingram' of, Tiotja enlisted Avenue in-
Up the Navy Ship's Store Officeto -
Mustin Road North of York- the Navy in September' 1963 and
increase its hours of
If- op- town Avenue.
graduated from the Field Medi-
eration to provide additional
Albermarle Avenue between
cal Service School in August
: For Mai'nf. Depfs. service to patrons.Therefore, effective. Aug.2, Child Street and AJax Street. 1964.We're .

1966, the Commissary Store
Two permanent trophies, to be presented to an Atlantic and a will be open one half hour
I' Pacific Fleet patrol squadron judged to have the highest achieve- earlier each day and remain Moving!
ment in aircraft maintenance, have been presented to the Navy by open one hour later on Fri-
(. the Lockheed California Co. day evenings.

Presentation of the trophies judging will be held at the end These expanded hours of operation Yes Holt Publishing Company is moving to a ,new location.
was made to Vice Adm. PaulH. of each fiscal year and the will also apply to the This is the last week that the Jax Air News/Afterburner will
Ramsey, Deputy Chief of trophies will be passed from win- Commissary Stores at Cecil be published from the location on the Philips Highway Plaza.
1 Naval Operations, for Air, by ner to winner. Each winning Field and Mayport.The The new location of our publishing company will be at 1950
r D. M. Wilder, Vice President squadron will be presented an accompanying new hours of operationwill Blanding Blvd. (( for mailing purposes, ZIP Code if 32210)).
t of the'company, during a citation, which becomes be: The new phone number is 387 4451.
f Pentagon ceremony recently. its property. Sunday and MondayClosed All inquiries concerning the Classified Ads, commercial ,advertising :
t Announcement of the first winners Special emphasis In the'judging ; Tuesday through Thurs or publishing end of the Sax Air NewsAfterburnershould
i to be judged for their maintenance will be placed on the number of day 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.; be addressed to Holt Publishing Company at the new
.. during FY 1966 is ex- flight hours Progressive Air- Friday 9 a.m. until 6 location and phone number.
t: pected soon, a Navy spokesman, craft Rework discrepance reports p.m.; and Saturday '- 9 a.m.
said. number of flights per air- until 2 p.m.Scenes.

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CAKE CUTTING CEREMONY was on. of the i WAVES' BARRACKS COUNCIL members for
first things on the agenda for the annual Waves 1966 were presented with a plaque engravedwith
Birthday celebration, which boasted a theme of their names for display on the barracks
"Hoedown". Taking part In the cutting of the I quarterdeck by Copt. Stack. Members of the
cake baked by the HAS Galley were (left to Council are (left to right) SK 1 Phyllis Patsch
right) DK1 Ruth Landau, Wave with the most Vice President; YH3 Paulina Czeto, Treasurer;

time In service; Copt. Martin J. Stack, CO HAS; ;w:.... _. ..I"Ho.down" AK3 Jean Hynes, Secretary; and YH1 Jeanette
SA Mary L. Bowie, Wave with the least time In Moynahan President. The Council, elected annually
service; and Ltjg C. M. Stephens, Women's Re- was the theme, and squaredancing the order serves as a morale committee and as a
presentative. 'of the night. "go between" for the Wand Waves.'IT .



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>age 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER August 4, 1966

-- EDITORIAL-


|F MoreOn Half Fares I 'DI'.I toe Ser"oIp s Chaplains/ ; MessageBy



A Step In The Right
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. Chaplain A. B. Weir

of those words which hear often in the Armed
Duty is one we
Direction Air Fare Edward's Chapel
Study and Forces. It appears In Navy "Regs" in the plan of the day and

on our bulletin boards. A job code may indicate one's primary
H By SA Ned Fellers Naval Hospital and secondary duties. A watch bill promulgates the duty officer

the duty master-at-arms the duty yeoman duty driver and even
Following a normal theme. Isolated cases are generally blownout SUNDAY MASSES.
the duty chaplain. Military men are often commended for devo-
of proportion to the situation they represent. Consider the case Hospital -. ,-' r 0630St. .
tion to duty and sometimes punished for dereliction of duty.In
of alleged poor treatment and lack of cooperation toward the nation's Edward's "
addition to our individual duties there are duties which are
service personnel by airlines sponsoring the popular half-fare Chapel - 0900 & 1100
common to all men. One has a duty to his family to his country
While quick to decry the whole affair a devoted
rates. some are
himself and his Creator. one's Is often a
to to Doing duty not way
group of men work on, in an attempt to solve problems which until DAILY MASSESSt.
to glory. The path of duty may sometimes be dangerous, it may
.
have insoluble.As Edward's
now proved quite : require personal sacrifice, but usually it Is routine, if not utterly
a matter of fact, the current House Armed Services Com- Monday thru Friday 1130
But it is still one's
mittee searching for insights into servicemen's travel problemshave Saturday - - 0900 boring. duty.
Who has the duty? We do I Duty to our Jobs, our country our
concluded Instances of poor hospitality are in the minority. Naval Hospital:
families ourselves and God. Our worth and
to as men women
When they do occur the source of trouble is either an individual Friday - - 1205
be measured how well duties. One
well
may by we respond to our
airline employee or a dim and faltering policy sponsored by the
of the highest commendations still receive is "devotion
company Itself.Accordingly. CONFESSIONSSt. __ J..___ .. we can
let's come down a peg and instead of looking at Edward's : to auiy.

the thing in terms of a legislative investigation would not the Saturday - 1900 2000

term "study" be more appropriate? Sunday -- - -0815 0845; Five VAP-62 SailorsCommended
The project can't really be classified critical in terms of "X" 1015 1045

number of days to complete everything. It's more of a wanderingInto Hospital: Sunday0615
a forrest of complexities in hopes of answering tomorrow's .
half-fare problems with a set of solutions make everyone smile. CATECHISM CLASSES At MastCdr.

Initiated a couple of months ago, the study is akin to a young Chapel Annex Building 722:
scholar's first visit to a library. The young scholar fast devel- Saturday's 1000 H. F. Bryant, CO of Heading the list of those receiving I
oped an attachment for the place where the books were and returned YAP -62hoooredfive outstanding praise was PHC DelbertR.

day after day, his senses more atuned, his knowledge build- DIVINE SERVICES enlisted men at Com- Willis the command's Career

ing upon itself. In Washinton, Rep. Richard I. Ichord, (D., Mo.) PROTESTANTAll mendatory Mast last week for Counselor. He earned the special
while never before blessed with the problems of a sub-committee Saints Chapel their contributions to their recognition for his outstandingand
chairmanship, (is leading the study with all the zeal of the young squadron and the Naval Service. untiring efforts in the revitalization -
man in a library. He and his reviewers show an inspired interestin SUNDAY'S of the squadron's
0800 -- -- -Holy Communion
the problem. leadership/retention program.
Those of us in the military who at some time or other have to 0930 & 1100Divine Worship AFMA Meeting "His commanding knowledge

depend on air travel should thank this man and his coworkerswho and reliable judgement In the
are attempting to provide plans so that forced 30 hour lay- SUNDAY SCHOOL093it III July Features fired are well respected among
overs on valuable leave time will have future military personnel - -Chapel Annex counselors and personnel of other

saying "I remember getting bumped at this God-forsaken place Building 722 Panel DiscussionManagement commands." The letter con-

ONCE and tinues: "Your example Is a modelof
Once the many problems are accurately defined, the solutionswill WEDNESDAY'S today is still an professional excellence a
be harder to come by. A major hurdle the committee faces is 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal art, not a science, accordingto guide post of efficiency and a

obtaining reliable statistical data on which to base decisions.But THURSDAY James Creecy, an Industrial course of pride to the command."
credit is given for the attempt; for instance the committee 2000 Christian Science Service Engineering Technician in the
anticipates: ADJ3,James A.Dlugos and Air-
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month Overhaul and Repair Departmentof
(a) Now that the Civil Aeronautircs Board has given its tentative NAS, Jacksonville who spoketo man Nickolas Parante drew of-
approval, it's hoped airlines will pool brainpower and come up witha 0930 Chapel Women's Guild the Armed Forces Management icial praise for their outstanding

consistent nationwide policy for air travel. Here's the rub. the (Small Chapel) Association Thursday at it's performance during a recent de-

CAB wants some sort of virtual guarantee that standby military monthly meeting.Mr. ployment. Under adverse op-
passengers won't be bumped enroute on flight. This will take some U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's Creecy led a panel of erating conditions, their deter-
- IQQQ mined attitude instrumentalin
doing. was
speakers who discussed 1an-
(b) Rumor has it ,the committee Is trying to bolster major air agement and Industrial EngineerIng overcoming obstacles which
haulers into contracts that would hve them sending extra flights ', CECIL FIELDPRO"TESTANT Concepts and Principles." would have otherwise presented

to and from military areas durng peak rush periods. It could mean Other members of the panel were cause to abort the mission. I

eventual charter rates for groups of military personnel heading for Today- Lt. Frank Bartholomew who is The letter reads: "Your out-

the same general area. A welcome idea. Choir Practice at 7 p. m. Methods and Standards Officer standing performance reflects

(c) They're looking at the dual configuration on Stateside logIs- Sunday- Supply Department NAS Jack- highest credit upon yourself,this
tical flights; in terms of cargo planes for instance, it would mean Sunday School at '9:30 p. m. sonville; Daniel Boone Methods command, and the Naval Ser-
that spaces not occupied by payload would have seats inserted.d Chapel Service at 10:30: a.m. and Standards Division, 0 & R vice."

( ) A whole array of restrictive measures preventing service- Communion on the first Sundayof Department, and Douglas King
men from flying on Guard or Reserve planes are being eliminated. the month. a production shop supervisor in Good Conduct Awards were
This would be done without a lowering of safety standards as some the 0 & R Department.The presented to ADCS Paul Qen-
claim in this of aircraft fewer chain (Seventh Award) and PHC
; many cases type logs hours per monthIn CATHOLIC speakers traced the
the air than comparable forms of commercial planes.e Daily- history of scientific managementfrom Robert E. Frey (Sixth Award)

) Another lucrative idea is airlines selling confimred reserve 11:20 a. m. Mass its beginnings in the early The accolades were extended in

seats servicemen at a reduced rate. Two have already presentedtheir Sunday- years of the twentieth centuryto recognition their fidelity,

cases. One company will sell such tickets at one third off 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions the latest developments and zeal and obedience to the Naval

price: ; another proposes a 40 per cent discount. A third un named heard before each Mass. concepts. Recent refinementsin Service.

carrier says the servicemen will get a seat on the next flightif the line and staff conceptof
the first ********
cannot accommodate him.
Credit Union organization, present day
And, while much more Is being done, certain skeptics state PERT techniques and the Criti- The NAS JAX Band is no more;

the only result whIch will come out of the study is a form of legislation Mails NoticesOn cal Path method of planning were instead the musicians now go

providing commercial air tranpsortation at government expenseto presented by the speakers in illustrated under a new identification, the

those or emergency and convalescent leave. April 11 verifica- form. COMFAIRJAX Band.
account
For the sake of the many who need the cheaper rates we hope tion notices were mailed to Capt. Watson, President of the Effective July 25th It's hoped
the study now underway the critics approximately local AFMA Chapter presided future
.. proves wrong.Maintenance half of the membersof public, military or pro-
and announced for -
plans attendance motional releases will reflect the
the Jax Navy Federal Credit
A ard. at the annual conventionIn
I ... Union, and on July 22 account change.
San Antonio, Texas In October.
(Continued from Page ,1)) verification notices were mailed
craft ana maintenance department to all accounts not previously g111
grades earned during Until Material maintenance Management System. contacted. j.1u4 j.\
activities
are
annual Both
inspections. mailings were timed to
Future selection pf annual win- completely automated, however be distributed shortly after the
selections will be
ners will be determined by the made on the quarterly statements were
basis of formula
a establishmentIn
use of automatic data processing mailed to members.The .
information obtained through the OpNav Instruction 3590.12 of verification of account wry
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10 1965. r11
May
Standard Navy Maintenance and notices reflected share balanceand r

loan balance if any as of
the close of business March 30 f
or June 30 with a request that :*: 4..tiiXtlr,6

any discrepancies be reported to -
the SupervisoryCommlttee.P.O.

Box 7417, J Jacksonville Florida
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper 32210.If s

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air you have not received your Ill

Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing verification of account notice or l

Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in if you have not received your

the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public quarterly statements, please
contact the Credit Union officeto
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon determine if your current.

on Monday before publication. News items are welcomedfrom mailing address is on file.

all sources' Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and I KindergartenRegistration I

queries concerning such should be directed to: \
PLANTING RELATIONS Cdr. Robert
Deffenbaugh (right),
1950 Blvd.
Company Blanding
,
The Holt Publishing CO of VP.J8 welcomes
Lcdr. Ted Levy, CO of VP-672, to
Jacksonville,' Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451 The Navy Wives' Nursery Roosevelt Roads by exchanging Puerto Rican coconuts for l
Building 560, is in the
processof Georgia peaches. Also for the from
present ceremony the At.
accepting registrations for
VOL. 24 NO. 19 August 4, 1966 September Kindergarten upcoming lanta.based squadron were Lcdr. J. J. Oglesbee and Lcdr. M.

classes Further information Is L. Howard. VP.672 spent two weeks training with VP-18 in

available by calling Ext, 368. the Caribbean.
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oj, Know Your Enemy: The Viet CongIn "


little more than five their other demands the
on
years with understandable! and extend the ( his
grievances power to Asiatic are committed to stopping
the Viet Cong armed forces have civilians in under their
areas
have joined in the attack on their dominion of communism." aggression.Our ( .
from an Influence. Logistics require-
grown essentiallyguer-
own Government. But we must The Viet Cong Is a tough enemy military effort in Viet-
rilla to that includes for food well
army one ments as as wea- not let this mask the central but no tougher than his nam is an essential element in
regiments of uniformed well- have increased.
greatly
pons fact that this is really war. opponents. He is not a superman, achieveing the objectives of
equipped, highly foot mobile Even regular units muchof
spent It is guided by North Vietnamand nor is he Invincible. It is im- freedom, peace, and progress in
regulars of their time in their
producing
capable in
engaging is spurred by Communist possible to predict how long it that war torn country which
conventional ot limit- food until 1964,
operations own a practice
China. Its goal Is to conquerthe will take, but the Republic of has fought so long and valiantly
ed duration. Concurrently,their which increased air surveillancemay
South, to defeat American Vietnam and the United States for those goals.
civil organization has grown froma render unprofitable.Most .
mere shadow to one of con- significant,and most dAn- -
siderable substance, which in gerous for both sides, the Viet
some provinces collects almost Cong pretense of being truly a
four times much South Vietnam "people's army"is
as taxes as
does the Republic of SouthVietnam rapidly being destroyed by BE EXTRA SAFE
the introduction on a growing
-- the so called Democratic
Republic of Vietnam. Substantial scale of North Vietnamese forces
quantities of portable war mat- and equipment --and by their own for Vacation DrivingDON'T
erials have been brought into stepped up actions as well.If .
this effort to achieve a quick
South Vietnam by land and sea, falls Q 0
victory as our increasing
as well as 8,000 to 10,000 North
support of the free Vietnameseis
Vietnamese soldiers in the year intended
to assure, they say 'f
1964 alone. The Communist
they are quite prepared to continue -
I buildup In the South Is continuingAs for 10 or 20 years if

Viet Cong resources and! necessary and! possible.The ;
capabilities have grown, so have war In Vietnam "is a o/2
their liabilities. They have been different kind of war," said Pre- *
forced to draft teenagers directly sident Jchnson on July 28, 1965. ,
into their regular units. They "There are no marching armiesor
have felt obliged to redouble their solemn declarations. Some
rates of taxation and increase citizens of South Vietnam times _

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'. NATTC' : Club Notes


Behind I The Scene Officers' Wives


If r By Idell Fondingsland Mrs. D. W. Kellerman pre-
sided at the monthly JOWCboard
I1 I William Edward Rice of AO- many buildings and barracks around meeting, held on July 25 at the ..
"A" School was advanced to AO3 the command "get into the NAS Jax Officers Club.
as a result of successfulgradua act". The social hour was in honorof
tion from "A" school. He Is a NATTC chiefs provided the Mrs. M. J. Stack, who will
participant of the STAR Program. project beginning by building a serve on the Advisory Council. .
Rice is a native of Williman- patio behind barracks 701. Bar- Other new members introducedby :,
tic Connecticut. He graduated racks 402 soon followed with its Mrs. Kellerman included Mrs.C. .
from AO "A" School July 29 picket fence and lawn chairs.Now D. Simonsen and Mrs. F. L. \ ,,' ......
in class 613B. most of the departments and Mayberry.The .I. .
command have highlighted '
ttttttttttttttttttttNATTC's schools in the meeting was ,
some form of beautification plan discussion of tentative plans for
beautification pro: either in the planing stages or in Youth Activities and the two main
ject is progressing rapidly as action.I social charity functions.CPO JAX SEA CADETS (left) greet 25 Canadian Sea Cadets upon
- -- their arrival bv plane at the Mayport Naval/ 'Station. The youngsea
I CLORIDA NATIONAL THAN Ir / WivesThe cadets will I train together for the next two weeks.
SAN JUAIl
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AVE. -.::' *IWWI*. fit Jjj:i *;"""; "'J.AKE, SHORE CPO Wives Club held their NARTU News & Views I

i (Between 1.1"' : -r' 'T,... -.'- ,.". monthly business meeting on
i Roosevelt ; : 11.1 b Indt: 1 '; ..:::.-A r' A.- Monday at NAS Sax at the Chiefs1
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I '& HI an ding) 1..11 ? '_-[ J I' I f ._r_A. "- .r Club. Mrs.William Horn,Presi- Twenty five Royal Canadian Sea Cadets arrived at the Mayport
I Member FDIC *'* dent, presided. Naval Station and were greeted by their counterparts, young Jack- I
"Yoir Ink for COMPLETE liikin Services"HttH Plans were formulated for sonville Sea Cadets, July 31, 1966. '
a pool party on August 13 at ---
CC<9fi3S$& ::: : : \ : :.i iY::SLStiwrti{ 7:30 p.m. at the NAS Chiefs' The Canadian Sea Cadets' Change Of Command

i Have Your Pay Check Deposited. For You! pool. For further Information Commanding Officer, LieutenantE.
call Mrs.HenryTaylor,Publicity B. Zook, was officially greet- Captain William V. Chappell,
Simply see us and visit your FiNANce Office. Chairman. ed by Lt. Cmdr. Norman A. Mc- Jr, relieved Captain Frank A.
A Farewell Shower was given Crea Commanding Officer of the Graham, Jr., as Air Wing Staff
If you are not now a depositor we invite you to recently for Mrs. Ruth Mc- Jacksonville Squadron.The Commander of the Naval Air Reserve -
and Clelland who left for Viet Namto Sea Cadets range la age Training Unit, Jack-
open your account and enjoy prompt court- take a position as Secretary.The from 14 to 17 years and receive sonville, Fla., July 30, 1966.
eous service. Club also presented Mrs. basic naval training whichis Captains Chappell and Grahamare
McClelland with a gold pin. taken from the courses and partners in a law firm in
plans of study of the Naval Air Tallahassee, Fla.
Reserve. A past Speaker of the Florida
The F. D. Roosevelt Squadronis
House of Representatives in 1961
sponsored by the Jacksonville and 1962 Captain Chappell presently -
GOOD NEWS MOTHERS! Navy League and supported In represents Marion, Sum-
training by NARTU Jax. ter, Citrus, and Hernando coun
The two week cruise will allow ,ties.
KNOWN FO VAIUIS the two to exchange Ideasin
groups
Besides the law office in Tal-
training and adtrinistration.D .
I :
lahassee, Captain Chappell also
I has his "shingle" out In his
, Uif CIL hometown of Ocala, Fla.
Captain Graham past'Public
Affairs Officer for the Navy's
=
, JLV7Ji famed Blue Angels flight demon-
*. t stration team, steps down from
; : Aigtist 2nd thru August 13th, his J job as Florida'ss.enlorWeek-
\ end Warrior after 'three years

I r \ service.

?, % get a beautiful Retirements

AMHC Luther A. Oliver and

\\ NN. tn \ 8"xlOBLACK AMSC Robert during E.ceremonies Broshar, retired at-

NARTU Jax, July 29,1966.
V : trr. ( & WHITE)' Chief Oliver has been with

.. of child NARTU Jax since it's establishment -
[ 1picture\\ your
I ; in November 1946 and re-
;
'tires'during the Unit's 20th An-

\ 3y:4: only 981I niversary.He also. has two sons,' both

; In the TAR program, Kennethan
I 'l 1 POSITIVELY& WILL NJ0TW ARWE AMS1, stationed at.NAS South
SAME LJN1IFCEM) AS EVERYONE ELS '* Weymouth, Mass., and Donald a
YN1, assigned at NAS Glenview,
m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST Chief Oliver's only time away
5223 UYsconett Blvd. from the Jax Unit was with selected -
PIN-UPS Near NAS reserve squadrons on two-
Just Off Timuquane Rd. week active duty training cruises.He .
,,, ': > Exclusive at GRANTS"Coast
I tw. ar d.,rn r r" Coast" plans to reside in .Jacksonville .-
o SUNDAYS: upon retiring. "
10:00: A. M. (fib Ie Study Chief Broshar originally from
_' > "i ri MEN 11:00 A. M. Worship Miami Fla., entered the Navyin
i s : Bring all the children under 12-1 8x'O, only
6:00 P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS
: 1940 and was assigned to NAS
v by 981, each child taken singly or 1 8x10 Grovp Miami.

''tq 1/ PARENTS only $1.00 per child. : Having been with NARTU Jax

A'k You'll see the cutest expressions and professional 7:30 P. M, Mid-Week Service for: the past five years, he plansto
I 1h poses captured by our friendly lady Church Phone SP 1-5073: return to Miami and work
photographer. Minister Phone SP 1.2646 with National Airlines.

V :V Select from finished pictures, NOT PROOFS I
t ; Finished 8x1 Os in black and white, plus :3x7
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\ : 3' 4' P ''. and wallets in black and white and living
\ % ?" ,, color will be shown for your approval at unbelievably .
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Steps To SuccessFor Schedules


Your SuggestionsWas Health Benefit -

Open Season

your last suggestion rejected? Do you still feel It Is a good
idea? Maybe it is, but maybe you didn't spend enough time collectingthe The Civil Service Commissionhas r
facts analyzing the problem or selling your idea to manage- now scheduled November 14 pfd 1jt4'
ment. through November 30(} as an open '
Don't be afraid to consult others in developing improvements and season for the Federal Em- Jbj.y
let them know that your suggestion is not intended as criticism.In ployees Health Benefits Pro- '
this way your co workers are more likely to cooperate when gram. :; } :
your idea is put into effect either on trial or permanent basis.in During the open season eli-
gible employees' who are not : ..
preparing your next suggestion enrolled under the program will a
\
follow'' the steps listed Economy Order Hits be permitted to enroll and both ,7
below: annuitants and employees who

1. Pick a Subject--There area Vacant Jobs, Travel are covered under a participating -
variety of clues to help you health benefits plan will be
select a target for improvement. In a new economy move President able to change from one plan
Some situations that provide such Johnson has told Federal option, or type of coverageselfonly ( -
profitable digging are: ,a high agency heads to defer the filling or family) toanother.
volume operations where a small of vacant Government jobs and Changes made during the open
savings multiplied times can forego some previously planned season will be effective beginningwith
result in a substantial many savings; travel. the first full pay periodin 30 YEARS OF SERVICE. Three civilian employees receive
b.) low volume jobs that need "It Is not my intention defer" January 1967. the Navy's anchor-type lapel emblem for thirty years of federal
or eliminate the essential he The Commission said that all service civilian and military ]
either to be fitted into the regular at recent ceremonies. Present
routine or perhaps eliminated said. "For example travel for for. contract negotiations with health for the occasion were (from left to right): Cdr. J. A. McAfsfer / -|
law enforcement or
nec- carriers
although; c) bottlenecks that interfere essary supervision of field es- plan premiums or regarding benefits changesin of the Asst. Public Works Officer; Harry G. Jones, Industrial\
with deadlines and sche- Relations Dept. Capt. J. R. Mackroth, former CO who
tablishments are costs which plans will be concluded priorto ; pr.
dules; of d)effort.jobs that involve duplication if the activities are to be carried the ''open season. In accord- sented the awards; Jessie L. Batson, O&R Dept; E. ''L. Hall,

on efficiency must be ance with thestandard procedureused Public Works; and Capt. Thomas Washington, Jr., gear of picture
2. Collect the Facts -- While borne. in all past open seasons ), O&R Officer.
it may not always be possibleto The President called for the any changes will be made knownto
collect all of the facts that employment deferrals and travel employees and annuitants --- --
pertain to a particular problemor cutbacks as part of a general through press releases and the
idea facts are the basis move to hold down expenses official brochures of the par-
for any sound Judgement. So, wherever possible. ticipating plans which will be ]i IDEAL SEWING CENTER .
after you have selected your subject made available through employing W'W&KKWWra .
write down oh a sheet of I Five Simple Tips \ agencies. This information ;; SINGERAUTOMATIC
paper the people, departments, will be issued in late October
jobs forms, equipment and the I Five most of important words: before the open season begins. I ZigZag From $48.00 or $5.00 mo. I
time involved in the area you've am proud you. The Federal Employees Health
selected for improvement. In Four most important words: Benefits Program covers approximately }': OTHER NAME BRANDS NEW & USED :)'

obtaining these facts your sup- What/ Is your opinion? 6,800,000 employees i:; FROM 14.95 ALL GU RANTEED.. TV'S & 1
ervisor will help you by answer- Three most important words: retirees, and their de- r VACUUM CLEANERS.EZ TERMS.
ing questions and providing If you please. pendents. It Is the largest employer PARTS r
information. Two most important words: sponsored voluntary & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES., #|
Thank contributory Jieajthbenefits[ .pro. jftB&MWJHWKRH61O6103rd
.
3. Analyze by Questions -- you. f 1r.
a) What is done and why? Can Least important word: I. gram in the world. r St. 771-91661'
we eliminate the entire problemor
operation? If .so, all odds
and ends connected with the job
may automatically become sav- 21 VARIETIES! MILITARYAUTO
ings; b) Where is this thing
done? Can we simplify the operation LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY
by combining it witha
,. POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO
similar function? Can we Im-
prove the schedule by rearranging : INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES
the sequence? c) When Is it :r. ,. .. .. \ !: AGE21-24 M.rrled$10.40 mo.
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done and who does It? Does someone D. :. ':
in a different unit or department :i' Ot. :,.. .) r1 ( AGE21-24Slngle$12.80 mo.

perform a similar \, Meets State and
a. ;
function that could be combined M rrzzA 'PALLOR Associate
Robert
with this one? d) How is it done? Travis I lac.NAS .

After answering the other Fm for the whole fimily 1st Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 3883583USNS
questions we come to the pointof -JUaypcrt, Jar Beach. 1127 N. third' SI.A1A)246-6421)
simplifying the actual detailof piano & banjo playing
the form job or practice.As ,
you answer each of the staging, etc. Come early and) stay lite. .

above questions keep asking Phone 7712233OPEN "
yourself "Why Is it done this :
N JOIN THE
way?" and "How can it be done
11 A.M. Iii)
MIDNIGHT '
better? Give serious consideration -
; CREDITUNIONANDBE
to these seemingly simple
questions. They will take you far
in developing an improvement --
provided you keep an open mindto

the answers. BIG CHIEF : MONEY

4. Develop the Suggestion -- OfnT.IRE
Now you are ready to organizethe CO.
improvement. Determine AHEADThe
first what it is that you hope to .
accomplish by your suggestion.Then .
outline your proposal on ALL !
scratch paper into a step by-
step. operation. If practical,give $795Pies credit union is run
the idea a trial run to be sure SIZES Tix by Its members for their
that;it solves the problem before' own benefit..
submitting it. $2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESSNO
Instead of paying profits to somebody else, the members
If 5.you've Sell kept Your an Improvement open mind to- DOWN PAYMENT. .NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE get better returns when they save, and pay low.

all the improvement possibilities FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC er costs when they borrow. 'Stop In today. It paysto

and have been able to line up FREE Balance & Allgnment-With-Purchase of 4 Tires belong.
some team backing your Idea
maybe partly sold already.Remember SPEED.
EQUIPMENT
however that the sug-

gestion need evaluators an organized and committeewill statementof Complete. ef Mil Wheels TichemetersRtciig fax Navy ntJ td

facts in order to give the full Slicks Chreme Pipes s Fleer Shifts &eFzqruNu.'
consideration to your' idea. :

When writing up the suggestion BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
: JAX HAS
summarize as many of the bene- BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26
fits as possible on the basis of S444 Normandy 6207 Roosevelt 2809 Moyporf Rd. : Tel. 384-4121 or Tel. SP 1-3211 or
savings In time labor equip- Across from Vi mU.from K mil fromAtl.ntlc Bate Ext. 8507 Bas. Ext. 205
ment etc. If possible, turn the Mill Main Oat Main Oat Hours: Mon-9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Frf 8:30-3:00
savings into dollar amounts.

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'771-9156' 6 Jacksonville. Fla. "'. the Invocation); Lcdr. J. K. space Division at DallasTexas, _
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.. Donaldson Officer in Charge, conducted training on the aircraft -
Naval Air Maintenance Train- systems for these instructors
t I ) ing Detachments, NAS Cecil during the early months of 1966 i
I IREAR Fieldjand Michael Lanning;Field I and more is to be offered later
i Service Representative, and Alan I this year. At LTV, they were
& Lakey, Supervisor of A 7A w... also instructed in the maintenance -
_, I Augmented Support, both from ,::,; and operation of the Train- '' '
"FACTORY TRAINING". .That's wlaatlaes." 'four NAMTD
; ADMIRAL/ M. H. TUTTLE Is assisted/ / by Captain D. the Ling Corporation- TemcoVoughtAero, DallasTexas -- ; t.,' ing Panels which will be usedto IT'S OFFICIAL. Rear Admiral M. H. Tuttle reads the Instructors are receiving/ / from William Weaver of the Ling--

: Wright In cutting, ,the "Grand Opening" ribbon for HAM TD'3' space, builder of the A 7 7A Air- I, ''iI 1 train the Fleet.maintenacne personnelfor order commissioning/ / NAMTD's' latest building addition for .A-7 Temp co,:yought Jerospace. ( Corporation." From left to, right" they

new building addition for A.7 training. craft. S;' '" t tA U NAS Cecil Field accepted and training.of are: J. P. Brown,' AME2; C. V. McDaniel, AMEC; J. ,G. Helper', U

L Rear Admiral M. H. Tuttle, of various Naval 'organizations was tour conducted of the for training RAdm.complex Tuttle' ',.,:.dM''; gave to NAMTD for occupancythe NAMTD, were ready to oper- Field, are undergoing training in AME1; and G., D. Shields/ AME1. S .
Chief of Naval Air Technical with the cooperation of a number -' and his staff. During the tour' ",.. A-7A building March,1966. ate shortly thereafter. Throughthe the various A-7 maintenance
Training, Memphis, officially of private enterprises. all Training Panels were The first Training Panels arrivedin operation of these panels, courses. It is planned that sever-
___ established Naval Air Main- Among those present at the strated by instructors >.'\\I ". June of this }year' and, by the' instructors can graphically al thousand students will graduate -
demon'I"J' efforts of NAS Cecil's '
Detachment combined demonstrate any operation of the this
tenance Training ceremony were Rear Admiral NAMTD. U fiscal year. These students
1034 (A 7A Aircraft) in cere- Tuttle, CNATECHTRA; captain It is the mission of NamTraDet .'4.;... Public Works and the personnelH. A-7, except actual flight. upon completion of training, will
--I monies at the training building J. L. Fruin, Assistant Chief of 1034 to provide technical :" On July 8 8.. 1966, NamTraDet. possess the ability to contributea
aboard NAS Cecil Field on Fri Staff for Training, rnA TEQI-- training for officers and enlisted 1034 graduated Its first A-7A wide variety of skills to Naval
________ day,July 29,1966.Coincidental, TRA: CaptainS.. D.Wright,Commanding personnel in the operation,main J-;' Familiarization class, which Aviation in support of the A-7
with the establishment -. Officer of NAS Cecil tenance, and repair of the A 7 ." 'U consisted of 39 students from Attack Aircraft and associated systems.
of the A '7 7 training Field; Commander: W.R.Preston Aircraft and its associated equip- ':"'; Squadron One Seven Four. NamTraDets are manned by U?
detachment was the dedication of Executive Officer of Naval Air ments. In support of this mission, .. ',;)r:f'1 An additional 56 students gradu- highly qualified Petty Officers
the new wing to the training' Maintenance Training Group,' instructor personnel began arriving \'.! '; ated from the second A-7 Fam from all ratings required for "
building adding 30 new class- Memphis Tennessee; Commander aboard NAS Cecil Field "c class on July 29 and at presenta maintaining the Weapons System.All S1 U U Ud.U.
rooms, office space and the liketo H. J. Tate, Chief of'' in July 1965 having previously .,\, total of 58 students from VA- are graduates of the Instructor S ; s L
the training complex. This Staff for Commander' Readiness been indoctrinated into the Naval ::11.." 174, Va-122, and the Aircraft Trainlng.School at Memphis, .
wing Is the result of two yearsof Attack Carrier Air Wing Four, Air Maintenance Training Group, ')''t" .:. Malntneance Department, Cecil Tenn.SSAVES. S / U U
concentrated effort which involved NAS Cecil Field; Chaplain D. A. Headquarters at r-- am .
Memphis
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the combined endeavors Weir, NAS Cecil Field (who gave having completed the Instructor ,;; : $ \\\h'\(( \h'1 \

J Training Ground Course was broken there.for the A-7 .0:, ''f,';.; i::: 5'' U U UU U'S.''S.USSS FREDDAVISBUICKPONTIAC \\1 1iI\\iI I pg:.

wing of the training building in :' :
Rest and Relax U
YOURimWAS August ,,1965. In November '
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GMCTRUCKSGREEN
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Aircraft engine factory training I, U I ,I
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MAN KNOWS. ALL THE November, some of these instructors I) ?U..
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i See RIGHT ANGLES ONMUFFLERS Cecil Field almost '( ;
and do the things you've planned on your constantly, S Air Maintenance Detachment -
I leave with an HFC Traveloan. It'll' provide attending specialized schools 1034's' Leading Chief

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: Purpose of the trip is to talk
N ; with Marines serving in the Pacific -
- t r ) > area and to observe their

\ activities.
General Greene will be accompanied -
on the trip -- his
fourth to Vietnam since becom-
ing Commandant and the second
to that area this year -- by iV
Sergeant Major of the Marine .b 1
Corps Herbert J. Sweet and
several other members of the
Commandant's staff. General
Greene last visited Marines in
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RECORD BREAKER Cpl. Jeffrey L. fffggfnfon, center, receives Vietnam in January.The NEW 'STAFF NCOs Capt. C. T. Knight, center, presents pro-
a meritorious promotion to his present rank from Major Commandant's itineraryalso motion warrants, from left, to Staff 'Sergeants R. J. Christiansen -
} Speed F. Shea, Aviation Det. Executive Officer, after obtain. lists brief visits to Alaska W. A. Boucher, D. ,E. Pettrle and P. J. Wasex during re-
the scholastic (96.82)) attained In the Japan Okinawa the Philippines The Staff NCOs
Def.:
Ing highest average ever and Hawaii. He is slated to returnto cent ceremonies at Headquarters. new
I 25-yeor Msorof the/ Aviation Electrician's Mate Class '"A" Washington on Aug. 13.RETRAINING are all .assigned to the Marine/ Mechanical and Fundamentals.
/ School here. IstSgt. Harry Sheppell, left, was on hand to congratulate 'School here

I Cpl. Wigginton and inform him that he would also re- School Marine Corps Schools, dress by Honorable LawrenceF.
ce/ve a meritorious mast from his commanding officer. Quantico Virginia; O'Brien Postmaster Generalof
t A to retrain Staff
new
program Colonel James W. Herbold the United States.
1 Sergeants in the Ol OccupationalField Jr., Chief of Staff Marine Corps First day cancellations mount-
) has been announced by ed three color first
on special
Supply Activity; Philadelphia;
JAX MARINESMSgt. Headquarters Marine Corps. Colonel Webb D. Sawyer, As- day covers and addressed
The program which is also and mailed from Wash-
sistant Chief of Staff (G 1)) stamped
Joel FergusonEXT. open to Sergeants who have been Marines Corps Recruit Depot ington, D. C. August 29, may
selected for Staff in the
400 Sergeant San Diego California; be procured through arrange-
I I Ol Field, offers the opportunity Colonel Robert P. Keller, Assistant ments made by MCRAO with a
for retraining in either MOS 0239
CMC TO RVN Corps departed Tuesday for a Field 04, whichare Director Joint Planning commercial philatelic products
General Wallace M. Greene. 11-day tour of Marine activities or Occupational currently classified as Group, Office of the Deputy Chief company. Cost of the first day
of Staff Plans and Provrams), covers is twenty five cents for
Jr., Commandant of the Marine in the Western Pacific. deprived MOS's. Marine Corps ( for
HQMC singles thirty cents pairs
Bulletin 1200 of July 14 provides ;
Colonel Alan J. Armstrong, forty cents for blocks and nine-
Inlei Marina details. Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, ty cents for plate blocks.
GENERAL SELECTIONSThe (Air), HQMC. For orders after the first day
AND IOATYARD The selectees include one Medalof of issue, enclose a stamped,
President last Friday approved Honor winner,(Brigadier Gen self addressed envelope.
MERCURYD MERCRUISER and sent to the Senate Overseas cancelled in
eral Davis) and four Naval Avia- covers
for confirmation nominations for tors (Brigadier General Quilter, Vietnam August 30 will also be
FACTORY
TRAINED MECHANICS promotion of three Marine Corps and Colonels Dooley, Keller and available in limited numbers.
brigadier generals to majorgeneral available at
Armstrong.) Singles only are
Boats: Sales-Service-Storage and nine Marine Corps col- $1.00. Proceeds of all sales
ones to brigadier generals.Nom RESERVE STAMPThe will be donated to the Marine

,: Large Selection-New ft Used inated were: Postmaster General has Corps ,Reserve Civic Action
Rigs Brigadier General William K. authorized a special Com- Fund.
Jon currently serving as memoratlve Stamp to salute" the To obtain these philatelic
Hwy. 17 OriRf Perk 264-9835 Chief ,Combat Operations Center United States Marine Corps Re- specialities, send cash, check or.
Control Element, US. S. Military serve on its 50th Anniversary, money order to: Marine Corps,
Assistance Command, Viet- August 29. 1966. Box 1966 Times Square Station
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I nam.Brigadier General Raymond Washington, D., C.. on August LTCOL. BOARD
z 8b / Da vis ,Assistant Chief of StaffG 29 with first day ceremonies at
(G ), HQMC. the Marine War Memorial in A Marine officer selection
Brigadier General Charles J. Arlington Virginia. It will go board authorized to select 427
Quilter, Assistant Deputy Chief on sale at post offices all over majors for advancement to lieu-
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W "',:"",, orders can be mailed to the last Friday. Ten of those sel-
Colonel George E. Dooley, Philantellc Sales Unit City Post ected will be limited duty of-
Chief of ,Staff Fleet Marine Office, Washington D..C. 20013. ficers.
Force Atlantic: Highlights of the first day ceremonies Junior unrestricted officer in
,\ Colonel Regan Fuller Chief ,.sponsored by the Marine the zone is Major W. A. Thompson -
of Staff, Fleet, Marine Force Corps Reserve Officers Associa- lineal number 836. Junior
Pacific; tion will include music by the limited duty officer is Major E.
Colonel John R. Chaisson As- Marine Corps Band;presentationof J. Srceneaus, lineal number
$ sistant Chief of Staff, (G 3) the Colors by the Marine 813.The
III Marine Amphibious Force Corps Color Guard and a comp- board headed by Major
Vietnam; any of Marines from the Wash- General Paul J. Fontana is expected -
Colonel Oscar F. Peatross, ington area; introduction of distinguished to be in session appro-
Head, Training Branch: ,G-3 Division guests; remarks by ximately four weeks.
HQMC; the Secretary of the.Navy and the Members of the board are:
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MOVIESMovies : Club Schedules
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:,;} ;+,:Mcn1; ti,;Sj,}'+,tw; ;}!;}'>; a}::.r hci%sns NN,: Q+v c Sti vt

will 8:15 be p.m.shown at the, regularly Monday NAS JaxTheatre at through 6 and NASJAX ; want Ad S $

Saturday. In addition to the "0" CLUB The music of USO NOTES 318 North Ocean ?
two evening shows there will Dick Wilson & The Moderns can Street Special events at the USO
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on be heard at the club this Friday this week include Friday's
Saturday. Sundays and holidays.The with Johnny Jelinek entertainingon "Music on the House", and a 'Ads should be, mailed to the Holt Publishing Company
Hospital Theatre will have Saturday. Tuesday is foreign Prizes and Surprises night on 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville Florida, 32210. to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. dish night this week featuring Saturday. Vespers and refresh- not later than luesdav for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows gourmet treats from Russia. ments on Sunday will be at the the day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
during the week at 5:30 and 8 Wednesday Is cook out night on Franklin Street Baptist Church. wise.following A check week or unless order the publisher is instructed other-
for the full cost the ad
money of
must
p.m. Matinees will be -shoWn the patio and Thursday is beef- "Bunco Night" will be this Monday be received WITH the copy for the ad,
on weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. eaters night. and a special "Marathon"has
been scheduled for Wed- DO NOT SEND CASH

Thursday, August 4 has CPO scheduled CLUB -a The special Chief's Teenage Club nesday. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. ,.$2.00

.. NAS Trouble With Angels Dance for tonight from 8-11 NAS CECIL Per additional line ((4 word per lin.J. /. .0.50
t with Rosalind Russell and Hay- the
a.m. at patio. Tomorrow
ley Mills. night (Friday) the Frank Binders
Hospital Viva Maria with Combo will play for your enJoy- CPO CLUB Friday the special SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein FOR SALE: HORSE GELDING
Brigette Bardot. ment with the Bud Clark Comboon will be a Lobster Dinner for Jacksonville and Mayportareas. 6 yrs. old well trained, gentle
C. Field Wild. Wild Winter Saturday. On Sundayfrom25p.m. $2.35 and a Shore Dinner for Military Backgroundwould Jumper 389-7711, Mr. Gibson
with Gary Clarke and Chris Noel. there will be an old time $1.50. The musical entertain- be helpful. A very rewarding -. Ext. 8639.

Friday, August 5 banjo slngalong featuring Sim -n- ment will be by Mark Castle.Sat career possible for the:
Sam. Mark Castle will play urday the special will be a 10 Right Man. Write to the Regional -
NAS Spy With My Face with music for your dancing pleasure oz Filet for $1.90.. The music Director. P.O. Box 13177 1953 PONTIAC: STRAIGHT-
Robert Vaughn and SentaBerger. starting at 7:30 p.m. that night is by Danny High. Sun- Orlando Fla. 32809 convertible perfect mechanical
t,ttt,:: Hospital Frankie and Johnny day's special is a Baked Ham Din- LOW DOWN PAYMENT & ASSUME condition. Hydra matic radio,
;,... with Elvis. Presley and Donna ACEY DUCEY Saturday night ner for $.85 adult and $.50 Notes FHA Beautiful 'heater, many extras. $350. 5806
Douglas.C. patrons will dance to the musicof for a childs plate. WednesdayIs 2 Story All Extras 6818 Hyde Grove Avenue
Field Heavens Above with Dick Wilson &. The Moderns
game night starting at 7:45 Azul Ct. 771 9139.
Peter Sellers and Cecil Parker. with Charlie Jay providing the p.m. The special will be Baked SINGER

: Saturday, August 6 tunes on Sunday. Game nightis Ham for $.50. (;DIAL ; .

every Sunday and Tuesday., FOR SALE: 10' x 50' 2 Bdrm. -,: O -
NAS -Bellboy with Jerry Lewis
Coming attraction for Aug. 11 1964 Mobile Home 1956 2 dr.,
; tA TIC
and Milton Berle. EM CLUB Tonight is
is Pete Martin & The Features. game V 8 Chevy Kenmore Portable
':,'-1.' Hospital Trouble With Angels night.' Friday Phil Kay and the machine; Console model sewing machine
,I' with Rosalind Russell and Hayley "Chantels" will be here for your 2644189.sew Encyclopedia. A-l, shape Zlg-Z.1S Makes
i'" Mills BLUEJACKETS INN Many of musical enjoyment. Saturday botton holes sews on buttons.

1, C. Field Viva Maria with your favorite groups will be at Mr. "Jukebox" will be the enter- FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 BR, Makes fancy designs, etc. Sold
;, : Brigette Bardot. the club this week starting tonight tainment. Sunday the Rhythm
2 1/2 baths, 1800 sq. ft. plus new for over $300., Just pay
.,
with Phil Cay and the Holidays Kings will be on stage. Monday -
balance: $62. or assume $2
Sunday, August 7 2 car garage cent. heat, air/ per
tomorrow. March Wilson will and Tuesday we will have heat avail immed 1859 Mt.Ver- ''week paymentS.. Will take older
NAS Four For Texas with have the spotlight on Saturday Happy Hour from 6:30'to 7:30 non Drive. 781 1217. ,, machine in trade Call ,credit
Frank Sinatra .Dean Martin'am with Pete Martin & The Features p.m. Wednesday Dick WIdon mgr. 353-1946 anytime Will
Anita Eckberg., slated for Sunday. Monday's will be here to entertain. deliver. No obligation.A .
' Hospital Spy With My Face music will be by the En Crowd FQR RENT 6 RM. House 6145
with Robert Vaughn and Senta with the Loose Ends on Tuesday. STALE MATE' : a husband Linwood Avenue: .Venetians Jlnds, .- 1 SEWING MACHINE COREALESTATEFrtEECONSl .
with 1 I I. '
one Joke. Toastmaster.
Berger.Field Game night is every Wednesday. Fncd yd. Shade Trees Elec.
Frankie and
Johnny
" -
Of Kit. equipped 356 1911. .'
:;., who Elvis Presley and Donna TATION advice.: 7 days a week.

it." Douglas' ,FOR. RENT: 'LOVELY '3BR, 1 Homes' for sale $100 Down.

:' Monday, August 8 : lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHERE. i Family Room;; W/W/C, fencedyd. Equities, No Qualifying., .J Rent J
., fruit "trees? quite street;' als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage ,
; NAS- Model Murder Case i t h (CONVENIENT DRIYE-IN SPACErimp i DUKE ,LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771- Investments.: WALTER T.BOWEN -
M' Ian Henry and Jane.Asher. 0374. .' Reg. Broker USN Retiredf .
I,; Hospital Bellboy with Jerry '384-1376, .. "
. Lewis and Milton Berle. : f .
RENTALS
'," FRIED CHICKEN APTS. : $50 DOWN. "
C. Field Trouble with Angels
.t i HOMES, ORANGE 1'ARKREAL- HOUSE ORTEGA HILLS: $100
with Rosalind Russell and Hay- TY, 264-2411 Dn. Assume payments $90.94mo.
ley Mills. /. .BOATBASKET ((4pcs t ) 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath Corner

i Lot 7444 Warner Dr. 387-
Tuesday, August 9 EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD- 2046.

NAS Son Of A Gunfighterwith I ING Furniture., Industry locatedIn ..
Russ Tamblyn and Calvin I f Lexington N. C. For details TAKE OVER PAYMENTS: 3BR
send card to J. C.
Moore. write or post
2B DR. walk
sep. Ig. yd. to
Hospital Four For Texas WILLIAMS personal HECKMAN
1F s rr stores, schools $95 mo., no
with Frank Sinatra Dean Martin i CABINETS Pickard Circle, dwn. 771 9622.
, and Anita Eckberg.C. r I'II Lexington, N. C. All inquires
Field Spy With My Face Hush Puppies answered. :; ATTENTIONTO
with Robert Vaughn and Senta Tartar Sauce
'I '
PLACE YOUR WANT AD
'ORANGE PARK 2BR APT;
Berger. SI. 104621SaeJiaiAv
Reg.
Furn or unfurn, bit, in elect. CALL OUR'NEW NUMBER-
Wednesday, August 10 K.1tchen. A/C. 2646884., 387 4451
NAS Harper with Paul Newman ; ---

Loren Becall Pamela Tif
fin and Janet Leigh. GURNEY'S TV SERVICEall
Hospital Model Murder Case
ffrirjur4r -
With Ian Hendry and Jane.Asher. .

C. Field Bellboy with Jerry makes Black IWhitft TV
Lewis and Milton Berle.III. ._ z4ff4jr
257,off on TV or radio partsto
"I" Picnic
.
military personnel

A picnic Is scheduled for Sunday '

Aug. 21, for personnel in OURPRICESAREMADETO .

the Jacksonville area who served BEAT THE COMPETITION
on the carrier USS EnterpriseCV

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6836 Goldilocks I In. 319-3966

Persons wishing, to attend but
who have rot been officially con-

tacted areasked to contact Rob- SHOWS 8:00'-GOOD'SEATS AVAILABLE!
ert L. Morin at 3616 Walsh St.

or phone 388 7151 for details <0 ..': $:' r : -

of the ev pc. I IELZII ,. ..' 20th CENTURY-FOX pr wit* I
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I IMPORTANT EXCEPTION 10:00 to 9: P.M.
Wed J :Serf. '8 a.m..6 pm.; I I II1 I NO ONE UNDER U WILL Reserved seats Price Scale THEATRE
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Monday thru Friday' ...........31.21 SHOPPING CENTERSat. '
MOTORS & CYCLES Open '11:45' Features .,. Sun., & Holidays.51.50 3794 Blandtnq Blvd
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'PH 771-8244 36 W. Adams 3567659 Friday Sat., Sun., Holidays $2.00 For ReservationsAugust'4

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VP-30 Wins .J \ Whistling In



"Ironman"With W The Rigging i i

3175 Pt.
4 _____ :
% 1 F t x v'sy _4r _;,b NP By Lt. P. E. ThibodeauThe
K q j, _
,_ The coveted Ironman Trophywas
Y-- r DI awarded last Tuesdaymorn- Navy Jacksonville Sailing a boat!
1ns to Patrol Squadron Thirty, Club Board of Governors meta "Ye Old Salt" Trophy, which
Detachment A, climaxing the end week ago this past Monday to has been inactive of late, is to
of the 1966 Spring Intramural discuss some long pending club be revised per the clubmembers'
Program. business and try to arrive at suggestions. Instead of a ladder
"VP 30 collected a total of some definite conclusions. The type of competition, a pyramidwill
3,175 points to take first placeIn Board will be meeting each Mon- be the format. A 'plexi-
the sports competition. Patrol day at 7:30 p.m. to conductthe glass covered I oard; will be
wa Squadron Five was second with majority of NJSC businessso placed under the trophy, and to
2400. that the regular club meet-
start off, the name of some of
The Ironman Trophy is awarded ings can be devoted to such thingsas our more avid sailors will be
twice a year at the completionof movieshowto sail/race talks, placed at the top of the pyramid.The .
the Fall and Spring Intramural etc. with a minimum of actual way it will work, I hope, is
IRONMAN TROPHY. .Capt. M. J. Stack, (far right) CommandIng programs to the team that has business. The minutes of the that you' will be able to challengeany
Officer of HAS Jax, presented the Ironman Trophy' to repre- accumulated the most points for board meetings will be postedon of the people in the line
the sports in the program. The the bulletin board and mem- above whose
sentatives of VP-30's Detachment A in ceremonies conducted you. People names
includes swim- bers will be welcomed to attend
last Tuesday. Receiving the trophy for the squadron were Lt. ming Spring, program basketball, track/field the meetings, if they feel that do challenge not appear of on the the people list may on
any
W. L. Harper (left) who serves as Athletic Officer, and Cdr. softball, golf, and bowling.A they have something contributeto the bottom line. This way It
G. T. Denmark, (center) Officer-ln-Charge. breakdown of points In individual the business agenda.We will keep It's self perpetuatingnature.
sports shows that the have played host this past The rest of the rules
_ Special Rates For Braves Games squadron was high in basketballand week to a large group of Academy will remain about the same.
Servicemen will be accorded game, a,serviceman will be entitled golf with 1000 points each. Midshipmen, providing them with
Have take break here
special rates at all Atlanta to a one dollar reductionin Other points awarded were: the use of our Gannets. I don't to a to
Braves regular season home admission price for upper swimming, 100; track/field, 100; think that there was a day went preview the World Series Sail-
ing which will have been shownat
I games. By presenting his green level seats. Servicemen need no{ Softball, 500; and bowling, 475. by when there wasn't at least
the NJSC this
identification card at the Stadium be in uniform. VP 5 who won second place 6 8 of them out cruising the meeting pastTuesday'
honors finished the with river. Some of them are (How's that for mixingup
,ticket windows just prior to a ****** season top-
***************** ?) The movie iso
notch sailors your tenses
1000 points In softball after win- having skipperedor ,
ning the American League,Intra crewed on .the N. A. boats. last year's Mallory Cup Raceat
: I The cards Lake Ponchartrain, La. Thisis
mural ,and base championship.Other new membership are
EXPERT FOREIGN CAR points were: swimming, now In effect. If you' don't already: the one that was supposed to
have been shown last month but
400; basketball, 400; track/field, have yours' see the Commodoreor ,
100;, golf 400; and bowling, 100. the Sailing, Master. Please did not arrive in time.
SERVICE : Other units finishing in the top note that you' must take the test SALTY SEZ 'pears like yer
F 5834 ten out of 33 entries were: Mar- to qualify for the ratings thereon. Board o Governors is about ter
TIMIQUANA RD. WESPECIALIZE ines with 2050 points and high Also, along with these rat- get ye olde Sailin' Club on course
NEXT DOOR TO CARBUERATORS honors ((500)) in track/field; Nav- Ings, go the new restrictions on an' shipshape. 'S like enny organization -
MORRIS AUTO TUNE MUFFLERS val Hospital and VAP 62 tied what boats and where you can the bigger it gets
SUPPLY .BRAKES STARTER for 4th with 1725 each: FICEURin operate them. This Is set forthin the more organized It's got ter
77 f-O5 eENGINEOVERIIAULS. sixth with 1600 and 1000 in the new By Laws IV and V. be so's the members kin all
*-.917 9t GENERATORS .HEGSFINANCINGAVAILABLE i bowling for the high in that sport: These new By Laws will be enjoy the benefits. As a sort
679th Air Force, 1500 ; FAETU, enforced.A j.o honorary member o ye board,
1300; -VP '- 45; 1250;and NARTU schedule 'of events will be this olde salt feels that this is
1\\ I CTTTWESCONNETT i '1050. posted at the clubhouse so'that go in' ter be the best thing that's
This year's win was the second all members will know what's- 'appened yet, for all hands.
.
consecutive for VP 30.as they goingon, when. This will be Last Week's Question..'. The
also hold the Spring award for kept up to date by Hugh answer to last week's questioncan
FURNITURE Co.. 1965. Patrol Squadron Sixteenwon Bell, V. Commodore. Includedon be found in CG 290 and
the 1965 trophy for the Fall the schedule, will be the dates the Florida Boating Council pah-
division, covering the months and time of the sailing classes phlet, Safe Boating In Florida
USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW from July through December. which start this week end. ( all available at the NJSC club-
house). Next Week's Question. .
ADDING MACHINESNEW For you new members now
DESKS is the time to get in on the sail- What are the Storm Warning
6ND Golf Tourney ing program, you must take these Signals and what wind strengthsdo
NEW & USED TV SETS lessons before you can take out they denote.

FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse! .
Underway At Jax """ tkIl :. .
EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. 7pm. ,

Monday marked the start of

5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD.AT 103RD 771-0750 : the Naval Seniors District, Opens Golf'Tounament and WomensSix -

being held thisyear at NAS
Jax., and as, of the first day
the home team was leading the
field with a 302 team total.
High medalists after the first
round of play were George
1 Creagh and Elmer Cook, both ..
representing Key West Naval ,
Station who fired par roundsof
71. Cdr. ,Jim Kinder with a
74 and Al Miller and Larry
'
Miller, both with a 76 led the
Jax Scorers.In .
the Seniors division last
year's winner, Ed Peck, againset -----
1-w the pace with a 74 for the PUTTING. .A// Miller of HAS lax gets In some last minute'

,, : opening day. practice before the start of the 6ND golf tourney last Monday.
The is due finish
tourney to M. J. 'Stack (left) CO who the
Capt.
today with the trophies being a- Observing are got tourney
and Ed Peck 1965 All-Navy Champion from Pensa-
warded as soon as the matchesare underway, ,
completed. cola./
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August 4, 1966 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 77


AO Wins Fliers Add Four Wins


-4_ Against AE After Weekend Games,


The Jax Navy Fliers were back in the winner's circle last week-
In SoftballAviation end after taking two double headers from Painter's Poultry and
:
AmTrac, both of the city league.
., The final victory in the first game against Painter's on Fridaywas
Ordnanceman School a long time coming, as the two teams battled it out for 12
: triumphed over Aviation Elec- innings before the Fliers came up with the winning run. Tied
trician's Mate School 5-4 In a one. all In the seventh, the teams went Into the extra Innings
Softball game July 29 at the with both remaining scoreless
NATTC Picnic area. until the bottom of the twelth was 1 for 2 for the night while
AA AE School started the game when Frank Hicks scored the Don Jackson got two hits In 3,
off with a lead of 10. But at winning run. times at bat. George Innis went
the bottom of the seventh Inning, Hicks who had reached firston in for Dan Ramsdell as catcherin
the score was 4-4 and AO had an error and stole second, the bottom of the sixth.
2 men on base. scored from there on a single by While AmTrac was generousin
'I< ', ..' The winning run was scoredby Bob Brown. "Big John" Little- the first game, they definitely

:, .... > < : '" j .., ,) ,".,,' ':' <. J. R. Thompson, ATI, who ton was the winning pitcher,going changed tactics in the second
--............... ,...-.<' .\.,.".t :.::"'. was pinch running for R. E. Nel- the distance to give up five hits contest, but still came up on the
\ "' := .--, f' : '" son, AOCS. Thompson stole and one run. Bob Brown was big losing end of the 2-1 score.
J. <- < ; home on a wild pitch. gun for the Fliers with three for "Big John" gave up only two
The winning pitcher was W. five.The hits while'RamseyAmRrac( ) allowed -*
Porter, AOC, and the AE pitch- second contest of the night the Fliers six. Frank
'JACK BE NIMBLE, Jack be quick Dan Ramsdall of VP-5 ers were R. L. Anderson, AE2 proved an easier win for the Hicks and Bob Brown, heroes
didn't have time to fool around with candlesticks/ as he /leapedonto and W. R. Van Sant, AECM. Fliers who took the game 3-0 of Friday night's first game
home plate to avoid being hit by a wild throw in the se- The AE's presented a trophyto behind the pitching Don"Stew" were both 1 for 2 at the plate.,
cond inning of last Thursday's game for the base championship the AO's before the game and Stewart. Stew gave up only two Brown played only four innings
The wild action produced what was to be the winningrun remarked that "they wanted the hits, while Burns, on the mound with Duel Chinn subbing for him.
AO's to have a trophy in as for Painter's, was tapped for Wednesday night the Fliers
in a 2-7 VP-5 victory. Seemingly trying to coax more altitude the took the field for double-
much as they wouldn't win eight. Willie Miller and DonJackson again a
out of Ramsdall teammate Thomas Rance. Gene Vargo game," were 2 for 3 at bat in the header against Painter's Poultry.
((3)) moved down line too late In his attempt to cut man down at Lt. B. "Casey Stengel" Ches- game in the game that finally (Results of these games will be
home. (Photo by Dave Prasklevicz, AN) nutt, manager of the losing team ended about midnight.In in next week's paper)
reported that the AE's could the first game on Saturday Double headers are scheduledfor
have won the game had the "old night against the 4th Amphibious Mackroth Field this weekend
VP-5 Downs NATTC's Navy Salts" been permitted to play Tractor Marine (reserve) team, against two of the top teams in
the entire game since they had the Fliers experienced none of the city league. Everyone Is
the edge in, the beginning of the the difficulty of the night before, Invited to watch the Fla. Ga.'
Support To Win Base TitleVP game. winning by a '-0 score. Stew champs in action. Game time
The refreshments and sovenier was on the mound again to keep Is 7 p.m.4iVIZ7A .
pennants were furnished by AO AmTrac hitless while his team
5's, softball team had scored enough runs, ((2)) to sneak School. Next year's game will mates got ten hits off the losing ********
by NATTC's "Navy Support", (1)) by the second Inning last Thursday be hosted by AE School. pitcher, Kirkland. Lou Rada
night, but if a spectator had passed this Information on to VP 5 Each team received a ball autographed t
then, they would havebeen the last people at Mackroth Field to believe by Captain Thomas B.
it Ellison, NATTC's Commanding
The final tally was the main
Officer. ;
indicator of how close a defensive

Hobby Shop battle the game, which gave the ShortsCivilian r
mythical base championship to Sport ( r TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM

Hosts Flying VP 5, was. Each team managed PREMIUM BEERCHOICE CUT STEAKS
&
to grab five hits each and LeagueRepresentatives
what could have been at anytime of the Independent *& ITALIAN SAN DM CUES SPAGHETTI i
Meet Sunday an outburst of VP 5 Mens Bowling League, a : ,. '.
.' power..hltting ,was held wellIn circuit made' up of civilian em- ."
The Model aircraft fliers meet, check by losing pitcher, ployees of NAS Jacksonville, announce ------ "PIZZA. I
week's Air 'II
announced in last Jax G, C. Mongeon. that applications are now .
News, has been scheduled for this The winners got Into the being taken for the 1966 67 our specialty"
Sunday, August 7, starting at
ofa
championship game by virtue bowling season. -
1 p.m. The meet will be heldat 3- 2 win over 0& R last Men interested in participating 'in the Heart of Cedar Hills
the Enterprise softball field, Tuesday night. NATTC's representative in this league can contact
located across the street from had clinched the one of the following: W. E. FRANK DERICKSON

Mackroth Field.Performing crown at their end of the base Phillips, sec treas., ext.
willbe 3619 Blvd. Ph. 771 0170
the Blanding
at meet
somewhat earlier. 525; W. E. Arnold, pres., (machine -
some of the members of the Fly- Lenery Donn, the winning shop); C. Whippleman, V-
Ing Rebels Club of Jacksonville.This hurler, faced his most serious pres., ( machine shop); S. A.
chfc Is the oldest model threat in the fifth Inning when Magarowicz, ext. 8552, J. W.
flying club In existence in the "Navy Support had the bases Simmons, ext. 8314, or T. W.
north Florida area, being first loaded with two outs. Willie Hightower ext. 8682. B fETY
commissioned in 1927. Theyhavebeen Miller, the next batter lofted a Tracie Events COUNCIL
active in the sport ,.
very low altitude infield fly to the
since that time and now boast shortstop and Donn plus his The Second Annual Jackson .e.ur..erviu ewrw _
some of the top model plane fliersin teammates escaped without any ville Beach five mile distancerun

the southeast among their runs,being scored. open to any adult amateur used car that
members.In athlete is scheduled for 3 p.m.,
attendence with some of the NATTC August 21, at the Beaches. won't give you gas pains?
members of the
distinguished Sponsored by the Jax Beach
NAS Jax staff, will be Mr. Na- Recreation Dept. and the Chamber We have a lot of them.
than Mallison. Mr. Mallison is GolfStandings of Commerce, the event will
the executive director of the feature medals for the first ten They're called Volkswagens. And we guaranteethem
Recreation Dept., for the city of finishers and ribbons for the all 100% for' the repair or replacement of all major
parts for 30 days or 1000 smiles. Why no gas
.
Jacksonville.All next 30 to complete the run.
still that legendary VW
They get economy.
control line model pilots Dell Lewis, the 1965 winner, Yalns. the new ones.
.. of NAS Jax and Cecil Field are MAD #1 5 0 toured the beach course In a *
REAR
TRANSMISSION AXLE
cordially invited to Join in the AO 3 2 respectable 26 mins. 49.2 secs. *FRONT ENGINE AXLE ASSEMBLIES *BRAKE,SYSTEM
fun. The event is being spon- MAD #2 2 3 Complete entry Informationcan ELECTRICAL SYSTEM .

sored by the NAS Hobby Shop 5S #1 -' 3 2 be obtained through NAS Jax 1966 VW SEDAN . . . .$1800
and should prove equally enJoy- SS 32 2 3 Athletic Director or by contact- R&II, ,Air Cond., Like New.
able for the participant as wellas MFC 2 3AE"B" ing Ron Poppell 246 5508or .
Like New. .$2100
FASTBACK
VW R&II
the spectator. 1 4 by phoning J. Wilton Smith 1966 ,

AE"G" 2 3 249 2381, Ext. 61. 1966 VW CAMPER, 1100 Miles. . .$2450
Softball Tourney
1965 GIIIA. R&H. Like New. . . $1750

ToGetUnderway 1965 VW CONVERTIBLE. . . .$1600R&H
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE Like New.
MondayThe

ComFairJax Double All Ranks All Ages 1965 R&II VOLKSWAGEN, Low Mileage. SEDANS.$1395\

Elimination Softball tournamentwill 1964 GIIIA R&H . . . .$1495
get underway this coming lOW RATES 1964 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS, R&II. $1250

Monday, August 8, and will con- 1963 1500 SEDAN, Extra Clean. . .$1100
tinue through August 12. EASY MONTHLY 1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H . . .$1100
Sofar, eight teams have been 1962 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS, R&II. .$895

entered from eligible units. VP- PAYMENTS 1964 FORD, R&II, Auto/trans. . :\$950
30 will be defending their championship -
against VAP 62 (last 1961 VW CAMPER, Xtra Clean..S11fl0WESTSIDE
year's runner up) ComFairJax -
USS Shangri La, VA 44, McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
VA 45, FAETU Det, and FAW-

11.In a changs from last week's AGENCY
story, morning games will be VOLKSWAGEN INC.
required on Tuesday. This will 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676 ,
eliminate the need for teamsto 1150 LANE AVE. S. Jacksonville Fla. 781-5511
,
Rd. Call
play back to back games. 2990 Moyport 249-5649 Us Anytime
Other games have been scheduled Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Closed Sundays

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Raiders Split Pair ; ;T I


' L.
+
.f 1. Who won the 1954 Women's
Prepare For 6NDA Open Golf Championship?
l. 2. Who is the only National
baseball have
League player to
rejuvenated Cecil Field var- singled into left field to score won the Rookie of the Year a-
sity Softball team began final the front two runners. Jim Lee, H ward the Most Valuable Player
preparation this week for the on the mound for Cecil,was work award and the Cy Young awardas
upcoming Sixth Naval District ing on the two run margin until the top pitcher in the major
Tournament in Charleston, S.C., the third innings, when Eastern leagues during his career?
the last week of this month.In 'scored two unearned runs to tie M Y 3. What was the only basket-
the only action last week- up the game. t. ball team to win both the National .
end, the Raiders split a pair Lee walked the second hitterof Invitation Tournament and
of games with Eastern Airlinesby the inning, gave up a single, the NCAA Tournament In the
and after two wild pitches,a stol-
scores of 20 and 4 2. 4 same season?
The Raiders took the opener} en base and two throwing errors, 4. Who holds the All-Pro and
2-0 behind the five hit pitch- Eastern pushed across the tying American Football League record -
ing of Don Bower. Ronnie Payne runs. for kicking field goals in
supplied the power in the sixth Again In the top half of the one game? \
inning as he tripled following a sixth inning Eastern scored two STRIKE ONE. .Lt. Wayne Church of Weapons swings a mean \
double by "Doc" Strickland and runs on some loose fieldingby the bat, but couldn't connect with this ball fired at him in a game ANSWERS "
Mike Ciopryna reaching first on Raiders and the aid of a base between VA-44 and Weapons last week. The catcher Is Bob sanuaQ isulVBE awt'8 9961r "
an error. This accounted for all hit and a stolen base. Nutt AMH3 of VA-44. UJ SItOS ppjj XJS inMjo ntaiIadr3 "
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for Even though Lee was charged lopied uojsogOS6T '
1'
the scoring, but was enough \
Cecil to win with. I with the loss, he hurled four hit Cecil Field Sport Shorts "I mm IaoAMN { .
Cecil Field collected seven ball and struckout eight, while jo aZaiioO2ID sqj 'E "
hits, with Payne getting two of walking two. The Cecil nine was OFFICIAL'S MEETING '9S6IOMJ uJ spJeJo\e ,
them to pace the attack. In pi eking I charged with four miscues. Mike There will be a meeting of all ROD/GUN CLUB MEET jstpo sqj pu* et-61 "Ie p1CM '
up the victory,Bower struckout Ciopryna led the Raiders at the Softball, touch football, basket- The Rod and Gun Club will J3ji sip jo awootf J aqi{ uoMagwooMaN'
plate with two hits In three timesat "SjaSpOQ ,
didn't
seven and Issue any ball and hold its uApjooag[
volleyball officials at monthly meeting at 7:30p.
bat. pio oin jo aquiooMON uOJ 'z; ,
walks.In !:
the station .
gymnasium this after- m. tonight at the station Golf
the nightcap, the Raiders I|I This week the Raiders will hostMel's 'sajoatsZI \
noon at 4:30 p.m. All personnel Shack. The Skeet Range will be ,
jumped Into a first inning 2 0 i I I Sunoco tonight for a (Fleet and Station ) desiring to open prior to the* meeting from ; Xq SBIJEU.UZ' (.uosK.i1PIQ qeg)
lead, and seemed to be well onj I I double header beginning at officiate Sports at Cecil Field 4:00 to 7:30 p.m. P PIII'I teaa8 a let ate, .It '
7 Games will also be
their way to a clean sweep : p.m. play- are urged to attend.
of the twin bill. Dave Olson, ed on Friday and Saturday nights, t SYIAMIt ," : j,; '
leadoff hitter, singled, "Zorro" I but the names of the opponentswere TENNIS LESSONSIt "
Zeoli walked, Mike Ciopryna I not available at press time. has been brought to the attention A./ : : :

---_ of special services that ,
many adult women would like to
take Tennis lessons. If you are USED CARS '
Interested, contact NAS Cecil's \
ff.f Gym at ext. 497 or 498. les-
sons will be conducted at a time
convenient to you.FOOTBALL.
G
,
TICKETS DUVAL MOTORS

Tickets to the Jacksonville Jag
uars vs Huntsville football game
are available at NAS Cecil special
services ticket office. These
tickets are $.75 each (Reduced
t t from $1.50). The game will be SAN JUAN LOT

.. ? played on Saturday night, August OFF
13, in the Gator Bowl. Ticketsare -- ROOSEVELT
also available for the Miami =
"Dolphins" vs New York"Jets" i e::
football These tickets
game. are e:::::
$2.50 (reduced from $5.00)). The =
game will be played on Saturday, == 65 CHEVY IMPALA . . . _$2388
August 20th, also in the Gator 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, power
These youngsters are participating In tennis lessons which /* Bowl. === steering, factory air, new car warranty. .

port of HAS Cecil's 'Summer Recreational Program for depen GOLF TOURNAMENT 65 GALAXIE "500". . . . .$2288

dents. With/ the coming of August the summer programs will The Sixth Naval District Golf 2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, power

come to a close for another year. According to figures at this Tournament, held at NAS Jacksonville steering, factory air.

time, over 490 dependents have token part In one or more of will be completed this s 65 COMET WAGON. . . . .$1688
the programs. Friday. = 4 dr., auto/trans., R&H. ,

The next level of competition = 65 CHEVY 4 DR. SEDAN. . .$1688.
AMD WinsIn will be the South Atlantic Regional 53 R&H, new car warranty, standard trans.
hits struckout and e=
walked
seven Tournament. This tourna- 65 MUSTANG. . . . . .$1688 .,
Sudden one In going the'route for the ment will be held at NAS Oceana
DeathAMD 2 dr. standard
black.
hardtop, trans., R&H,
-victory. AMD collected six hits and Pax River Md. The Opens II _
took a 5-1 decision over off Tony Gravinese of Weapons Division will go to Ocean while
64 FALCON 'SPRINT CONV.$1588
who was charged with the loss. the ,
Seniors travel to Pax River.
Weapons in a sudden-death play-
V-8, auto/trans., R&H, bucket seats, white with
off for the second half runnersup -
black Interior.
spot in the Cecil Field Intra-
mural Softball league on Monday 64 FALCON. . . . ,. .$1188
night, thus finishing with an 8-2 2 dr., blue, auto/trans., R&H. .
record.In THIS IS, THE ACTION OIL! = 64 FAIRLANE. . . : .'. .$1188

the first inning AMD came = 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., heater, power steering.

up with three runs on a bases = 63 FALCON. . . . \ . .$888
loaded single by Bob Hunter. = 4 dr., blue, auto/trans., R&H.

They added one more{in the third, 61 ECONOLINE VAN. . . '. .$688
on a sacrifice fly by Hunter, ==
Camper -
and scored their final run in the I: separate.

Little sixth on with a triple a teammate by "Chicken"aboard. ti p __ flp 60 ENGLISH FORD. . . ..'/ C5388 ,
== 2 dr., R&H, special.
their
Weapons picked up only oJ
run in the third inning on a 59 FORD . . . : . 1388
walk, and a base hit. 5 4 dr., 2 tone, 6 cylinder, standard trans., R&H. '
Hunter was the winning pitcherfor
AMD, scattering five hits,
..
striking out four and walking .

three.loss for Tony Weapons Gravlnese allowing took seven the $ 4wA = ...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! :;a

hits and two walks, while strik- QT1ACIM = SPECIAL
ing out five. a e::
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AMD WnsM Runnerup PlayoffAMD SF MILITARY FINANCINGDUVAL ;

took the runners up C .
position In the Cecil Field Intramural -
Softball League on
Tuesday night, by defeating Wea-

pons In a one game playoff bya A new kind of motor oil for the new breed of
score of 5 0. ;
The play offwas! necessary because hot, performance cars that need racecourse
Weapons was second in the protection for everyday driving.
league for the first half, and
AMD took that position in the sec '
Ask For It At Your MOTORS
ond half of the league.$ VA,- 44
was the league leaders in both
halves, finishing with a perfect Navy Exchange Service Station
4538
record. SAN JUAN AVE. EV 4-4536

Jim Lee limited the Weapons
,hitters to only four scratch



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