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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
.I, mUltary department. The appearance,of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. WAS opened its Rates and social '
VOL. 24 HO. 21? (U. S. NAVAL STATIOH, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 18, 1966 arms last week when It joined :'
1 scores of otlwi military establishments -
and civic organizations
throughout the country in
providing free recreation; to the


; I News In Brief I the"underprivileged"Two local buses area began children making of


., rounds of the immediate locale t ton

Wednesday morning: pickingup
i News DeadlineChange y children and depositing themat
A swimming pool No. 715 where

Certain situations Involved with the moving of the Sax Air News t .publishing plant to Its new location have called for the moving up t : o six hours of swimming inthe Navy
L of certain deadlines for'copy submitted to the-paper. t pool
( Beginnnlng next week, deadlines will be as follows: ALL COLUMNS 1 1 t, Since the original schedule did-
j i-- (Ex.: Chaplain's Message, Wives Club News, etc.) must n't allow the children time for
be in to the JAN office by noon on Friday proceeding the week of lunch box lunches were furnished '
publication -- this will Include all features of a timeless nature, to them in the beginning by
t safety articles, etc. ALL OTHER NEWS including photos must bet the NAS Flight Galley. TIle .r
i: in to the office by noon on the following Monday. _ilL w--r1 schedule, hat since I been

b- News items which crop up at the last minute will be considered revised to allow participants a
for publication as late as Tuesday noon, but the Editor reserves chance to eat at home. :
r t the right of making the decision concerning the worth of these articles. 41, NAS Jax i is participating: \ in the -I
As anyone who gives the matter any thought at all can plainly seethe "Free Swim" program in cooperation -
WELCOME ABOARD. .Copf, M.J. Stack. Commanding Officer
i lax Air News has only a limited amount of space in which to with the Greater Jacksonville '
t publish news items, especially now when the lack of a sufficient recently spoke to members of the Jacksonville Naval Air Sfotton Economic OpportunityInc. J

) amount of advertising is limiting the paper to a steady 12 pages Association at a luncheon given in his honor. Seated on (GJEO), the Duval County ,_

?*' per week; therefore,,the decision will be completely up to the Editor the captain's left Is Capt. Thomas Washington, Jr., Overhaul antipoverty agency., ;.
f. to determine whether or not an article contains information of a and Repair Officer Mr. L. B. St. Petery, President of JAX Two other pool in Greater
y sufficiently newsworthy and generally interesting nature to warrant NASA, is seated to the right of Capt. Stack Jacksonville -- at Uendricks 4
publication. Ave. and Jefferson St.: -- are
l It is also within the editorial prerogative to cut down or reword engaged; in the "Free Swim"" t
." articles as deemed necessary to meet space requirements and the NASA Host Welcome the idea of which originated with
i rules of Journalism. All questions and/or "news tips" maybe the U. S. Office( of Economic
called in to Ext. 8161.Dallas Opportunity (OEO). In the Sax '1'
area, the program I Ia expected t
f Lunch For Capt. Stack 16 continue through late August.: W

Reserves Arrive The move followed a request ,
,
to the Department of Defense J,
by the OEO for cooperation in .'
i More than 450, men from Dallas Reserve .Patrol Squadrons 701 The Jacksonville Naval Air Station Association (JAXNASA) honored arranging swimming opportunities ....
Capt. M. J.
Stack ..
I: 702, 703, and Maintenance Unit 705'' are cruising aboard NAS JAX Aboard" Commanding Officer, last, week at a "Wel- to the "underprivileged "
come luncheon
attended
by than 70
j, with VP 45. The reservists are on two weeks active' duty'from and ranking Naval officers. more key level civilians In; and around selected major.
.. August 12 through 28. -
metropolis .r
After
'
being introduced Mr. '
by
Representing the largest' area in' the reserve forces, including '
L. B. St. Petery president of compared to larger groups at metropolitan areas. ,
k New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma, this is also 'the largest group I JAXNAS, the North Island and:Alanteda, JAX- Navy and I htarlnerps""act-w,... '
addressed
captajin '
MJP.to ever" cruise from NAS Dallas, at one time.. **** --.' __ .., the'org i i d emphasizing; NASA officials hope "to increase ,ivitie4'havebeen;- 'ordered by DOD "
; ":"" '**' The 'Squadrons' have been grouped together anon unit, VP: 701/ the of their membership;with a recruit- to "cooperate to the fullest;
importance vlgrouous.leadership -
;' with Cdr. Don McMasters as Skipper. at all management and Ing drive In the near future. tent practicable." !f': : .
: Membership in this organization : Metropolitan area included In 'I
supervisory levels He also
Seabee 'Sailor Of Mo. stated that the existence of an is open to all of the 5000 the move are; Atlanta, Ga.; Bal- .f
organization such as JAXNASA civil service personnel employed timore, Md; Birmingham, Al t.;
on the base. The, associa- Cincinatti, Ohio;Cle\'cJfnd,Ohio;
would help to Improve the
A Seabee was chosen as Jax's Sailor of the Month for July, ture of the Navy in the local pos- tion is not a union but rather Dallas, Texas, Denver, Colo; I
service activity comparable to Detriot, fidl., Bary lnd.llou
perhaps for the first time in the history of the Naval Air Station's, community, as well as aid in a ;
monthly "best sailor" competition. meeting the station's goal. the Chamber of Commerce, Ki- ton, Texas; Indianapolis, Ind.j;
EOH2 Bobby M. Edwards of the Public Works Transportation Capt. Stack pledged his all- wanis or Lions. See application Jersery City, N. J.; Kansas City
forms 8 for further MOd Lo Angeles Calif Memphis I
on Page de- ; ,
;
Division was commended last Friday by Capt. Martin J. Stack, out support to the civilians and
Tenn. Milwaukee Wis.
"
CO NAS, for his selection as Sailor of the Month. military personnel working together tails. ; ; J
While the fundamental goal of Minneapolis, Minnf Newark ,
A bond obtain the .
to best
$50 was presented to Edwards at that time along witha possible -
I for bet- N. J. New Orleans, La Newv
is
such ;
an organization ;
Letter of Commendation citing his selection for the honor. Navy at the least cost to '
t the taxpayer. ter understanding through the York N. Y.; Omaha: Neb Phil-
Naval Air Station Associationssuch mutual cooperation between the adelphia :and Pittsburgh Pa.j:

RDSA Taylor Is CitedA as the one at NAS Jax, Navy .and the civilian community Portland, Ore.; Rochester, N.Y.
:
have sprung into activity durjng these associations also pro- San Antonio, Texas*, San Diego,
vide services for Its members. Calif; San Francisco Calif{Oak-
Letter of directed to RDSA D. L. Taylor from recent years, and some have ser-
Appreciation The large organizations offer land, Calif.; Seattle, Wash., fit.
,,: Lcdr. John R. Edwards, Protestant Chaplain, was read at Monday's ved remarkably well in the area their members and their families Louis, Mo.; and Syracuse, N. Y.
Morning Quarters by Cdr. R. D. Kunkle, NAS XO, in recognition Melllc.IServlceC.Celellr. life insurance coverage at a very
of Taylor's assistance during an emergency situation earlier In low cost, discount purchasing YaithAmlYuiifAdiltWeek

: the month. arrangements with local stores,
'
The letter cited Taylor with quick and thoughtful action when he and many other benefits. Suits OiSvriiy .

came to the assistance of Chaplain Edwards' six year old son, 19th The present officers of the ,
Birthday
John who had fallen out of a tree. NAS Jax Association are: L. B. A Youth :and Young Adult Week "
Taylor was on a station working party nearby when the accident 'The Navy's Medical Service St. Petery President; B. F. ,will- be held at Ortega Methodist ,
occured, and immediately went to the child's aid. Corps, the youngest staff corpsIn Kinn, Vice President; E. E.DavIs Church, 4807 Roosevelt Boule- y
He carried the youngster, who was In shock to a nearby road this branch of the service, Secretary; and J.- W. An- vard beginning Sunday night,Aug.
and a station bus made a special run to the NAS Hospital, where celebrated its 19th birthday ear- drews, Treasurer. In additionto 21, and going through Friday
the boy received treatment for a broken arm suffered in the fall. lier this month.Originally these officers the associa- night, Aug. 26

created under the tion has a Board of Directors, All servicemen are especially
i Only'O'NegBloodNow.The auspices of the Army Navy Who represent various depart invited. Each night supper will'
Medical Services Act of 1947, ments on the base that employ be served at 6 p.m. For ser-
the Medical Service Corps came civil service personnel. vicemen the supper will be,free.
call for Type "0" blood donations of both RH positive and into being to complement ,the
negative factors was met by Jax personnel last week with the result functions of the Medical and Den-
that the called for 35 pints of the blood needed for the wounded tal Corps. \
Vietnam was sent to Chelsea Naval Hospital on Friday. The authorized strength of the What's Inside"I
Medical Services Corps on active
Due to the involved In the
expense processing blood however,
is 13/100 of cent
duty one
the request' has been cut down to Include ONLY blood of the rare per
of the sum of the total numberof
RH '
factor .
The Negative Blood Donor: Center extends its thanks to all who have Navy commissioned and Marine officers Corps. of The the AM AN AMERICAN", NIGHT. . . ., AGE 2

volunteered In answer to the call and urges them to continue to figure is relatively stable, al. 'HER-I-CANE' SEASON COMING..PAGE 7
donate on the regular Wednesday blood drawing
days. They
ask
though the number varies some NEWS HAPPENINGS IN PICTURES..PAGE 6
,
that everyone who has 0" Negative blood come In on Tuesdays to in accordance with

Ext.meet 263.the special demands. Any questions canbe answered' by calling year requirements to year and allocation of SPORTS. . . . .1 . PAGES 10 -12 {
funds.
Following In precedence the officers CROSSWORD PUZZLE. . ." .' '*' . PAGE 2

Fund Drive Date's Set of the' Dental Corps the ENTERTAINMENT..PAGE: 9 ,
Medical Services Corps consistsof :
officers in the grades of ensign CLASSIFIED ADS. .. .- .' ,' .. .-..:U.I'. .PAGE 9 _

Combined Sept. 6 Federal through Oct. 18 is the period designated for the second through captain. Original appointments JAX MARINES. . :. /: .. .PAGE 8 a"s"
Campaign Fund Raising for Jacksonville and the are in the grade of *
Duval County are. ensign, except those persons who CIVIL SERVICE NEWS.? . -.* : .PAGE 5
The upcoming campaign requires individual solicitation and is hold a doctoral degree; they enter -
conducted through an activity chairman and numerous 1 keymen with the Corps as lieutenant junior 'ti
one keyman usually appointed for every 25 people. grades( ). r-'



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lAX AIR, NEWS/AiTEkBURNER August 18, 1966

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American Parent S S 0 t11? S 3 I'd n s s 'ff12.Plac.
Naval Hospital where (colloq.) I b 'ff d. 11 3 d n 5. ?i 11
4 M bees are kept Broke suddenly y 0 9. Q 3 EI d 5. ,N. 3 J.6liquld .
SUNDAY MASSES 14.Want a b. b 13 .l d. <119[a N.
4)p.11) : % 7-lmitated I 'ff i N 'ff I d N, I
Y Hospital - - 0630 15-Showy flower I.Tltleofrespect rid If, BQQEJB: .
St. Edward's 17-Note of scale 9-Symbol for

.; Chapel - .- 0900.& 1100 '18-Number tantalum10Mistakes '
19-Haste
' ;,. 1IP ifI IRl 141 If1$1! DAILY MASSES ," .. 20-Tibetan gazelle 11-Prefix: within13Perkxls of time 25 23-lron-Dinner course 33-Chairs 32-Stretch out

"WIEY IIHI.IM?IUEITAIMr St. Edward's: 21-Railroad 16-"b",.,.1 26Ooctrine28lndicating 35-Large bundles38Openlng
Monday thru Friday 113( (abbr.) 19-Mor. certain 39-Oirk I
Saturday. ..> 0900. 22-Stage extracolloq. 20-British prisons, succession 41-Pronoun
.. Naval Hospital: .. ( .) 29-Men 42-Goal
L VVEIE t Friday----- .----1205 23-Yaung salmon24Confirms I : 22-Sweet.nlne substanct 30-Wing-footed 31-Apportion: 46-Nole 44-Sun god of scale

7 atEIEm m mmmm. CONFESSIONSSt. 26-Crucifix: i

'' VYlE. 27-Matured I 2 3 4 3 0 1 8 9 10
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4/ UI RIUIa IOLIVAiv .A mmma Saturday ------1900.2000 28 29-Pertalning-City'In Russia to II >: 12 : : 13
Sunday - *0815 i 0845;
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;# A,771 1015 -' 1045 31Frocks34Winglike 9 : % :
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I Hospital: Sunday -0615 18 I 19 20
h Od E 1fEI T : 35-Portends
I CATECHISM CLASSES 21 22 23
FIEEHMS FIENAIIU 36-Symbol for ;x(9'( KO'S
Annex Building 722:
,1 II1I1IE: 1I( U IN VALLEY nni mn. Saturday's Chapel 1000 xenon38Wellgrounded 24 23 rn 26

EDITORIAL DIVINE SERVICES 37-Covtr : : ...=-: 27 : : 28_ : m !9Q<

PROTESTANTAll 39-Muslc:: as 29 30 31 32 33

Saints Chapel written J4 "X'XS 36 ''M. 36
40-Epistle (abbr.) >>c>< :<:->'
"I'm Proud I'm An merican" SUNDAY'S 41-Girl's name 31 38 39
0800 - Holy Communfon
0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship 42-Dillseed 40 RS ( 41 > <5'': 42
Theme Of BallgameRallyWithin 43-Calm' m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 45-Foreigners.3 44 43 46

0930\ -. -Chapel Annex 47-Arrows 47 48
Building 722 48-Crlppled
our country's complex framework stride personalities Distr. by United Feature Syndicate Inc. /f
famous and unknown, rich and poor, caustic and optimistic, yet tied WEDNESDAY'S
by bond -- the bond of American. 1900 - -Choir Rehearsal
together one common being an ,., Us. I Is AvtlMrliri ferrite N...,.,." Only.'

THURSDAY ,
Lately, seemingly incessant groups have screamed their censure.
of United States' involvement in world affairs Who has the right to 2000 Christian: Science ServJ

say healthy protest will or will not solve a specific problem? No SECOND:: MONDAY of Each Month Letters To The Editor
one really. It Is generally agreed the right to dissent is character- 0930 Chapel Women's Guild
istic of our country and without this freedom we could soon find (Small Chapel)

ourselves in crushing and disheartening circumstances. U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL ., Tkuks Fr.. Uidarwittr Send, Lib

But many times we feel (anti American movements go too far ', "'Sunday's'- ',- - 1000 Commanding OfficerU.

into extremes.: I, 1 S. Naval Air Station .. ...;r .
CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT Jacksonville, Florida 32212 '
,.
I
That's why we weIco'me a deliberate and confident approach in \
I
the other direction; the upcoming '!I'm Proud I'm An American" Today-

night at Sam Wolfson Baseball. Park on Friday, August 26th should Choir Practice at 7 m. Dear Sir:
serve as an example' of 'something we take too much for granted -- Sunday- p.
the responsibilities of BEING an America Inmore than just namesake. Sunday School 9:30 This Is a belated thank you from the Director and Employees of
at p. m. the Underwater Sound Reference Laboratory, -for the excellent
Chapel Service 10:30
Sponsored by the American Legion, the night Is designed to fostera Communion the at first a.m. services provided this activity by your command and your pre-
more acute awareness of basic American principles as defined In the month.on Sundayof decessors, over a period: of approximately 20 years terminatingas
'the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. of June 30, 1966.


We're sure the short speech by guest of honor, Congressman Daily- CATHOLIC We would especially like to have our thanks extended to the Comp-

Charles E. Bennett, plus comments of many Naval and political 11:20 a. m. Mass troller's Office (Payroll, Disbursing and Accounting); the Supply
dignitaries who' said they'll attend won't be of a fanatical flag- Sunday- Office (Purchasing Requisitioning, and Contracting); and the Navy

waving nature. The observations should,however, incite In a quite 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- Publication and Printing Office.
reflective way the duties required of an American citizen to thosein fessions heard before each Mass.
attendance. One of the items understandably receiving maximum appreciationwas

that of paychecks which were consistently on time, and the
The program will be conducted in traditional town meeting Traffic ViolationsThe very, few delays were for good and adequate reasons.In .

format following a ballgame beginning at 6 p.m.,,matching American 1
Legion Lake Shore Post 137 and a Fifth District All Star: team following Is a report of conclusion, please accept and extend our sincere thanks for the. 1
motor vehicle accidents and traf- cooperation and services provided by your organization.

An International League contest matching Jacksonville's Suns fic violations for the period Aug- ,..... "
and the Toledo Mud Hens follow. ust 9 15. '\ Sincerely yours, .
And for the America's baseball fan planning to attend, we hope Number of Accidents 'J>, '0. M. OWSLEY ', : ,
It's not a sense of obligation that brings them out, but rather, a This Week ---------7- Chief Scientist ( formerly! Director)
feeling of gratefulness for living on free and Invincible soil. Total Accident this year thrugh

August 15 - - 223
From patrician to pauper, we're all stockholders In a formidable Number of Accidents through '
corporation known as "America", a which Infinite Jax Gilley ICeeks Are Praised
corporation pays August 15, 1965 - -161 ,'
dividends.It's Total number of days since
our hope then, the "stockholders" meeting on August 26th last Injury In a motor vehicle To Whom It May Concern: "

will bring forth not only the area baseball fan, but in addition, accident - - 41
limitless numbers who are proud to say, "I'm Glad I'm An American. Number of ViolationsThis .'.
Dear Cooks ** '
: .
*
Week - - -58 >
Speeding ---r-----8 '
Reckless Driving ------2: While my boy was at NAS in Jacksonville he told us many times,
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of food.
Going through Stop Sign,1 your good
AIR
NEWS Other Violations44 '
Twenty. eight drivers appear- One thing .he told me I should learn to fix for our family is liver the
ed before the Traffic Hearing way it is fixed. .there. He said. It has cheese on It but he didn't
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News- Board at the meeting held on know what kind. ,

paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air August 16. Disposition the '
have two that
girls are anemic and the
Dr. said they should have
Station Jacksonville Florida/ the Holt cases Included the following:
by
Publishing liver at least
Fourteen lost driving and park- once every two weeks, but neither of them like it.
Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted use In
aboard station for
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public various Ing privileges periods; Nine were Our Don said when you ate It on the base you couldn't tell It was

Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by J 72:00 noon assigned to complete an eight liver. Is it possible someone there could send recipe for this' to
on Monday before publication. News items are welcomedfrom hour course In remedial drivingat me? -

all sourcesTelephone EV 9-77M J, Ext. 8162. NATTC; None were assignedto I
complete a six hour coursein am enclosing a self addressed, stamped envelope.: I called our
Advertisements are solicited/ by the publisher and
recruiting officer here
remedial driving at Jax Police to try to find out where I might geflthe'
concerning such should be directed to: recipe so it was his
queries Academy Two received suggestion I am writing like this. <: '
; suspen-
The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. sions; Nine were given warnings
Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone 3B7 4451 Three dismissed; Eight finedU.S. If you can't send recipe perhaps you could please tell 'me. .where
I might get It. .
Commisioner), and Twelve

VOL. 24 NO. 21 August 78, 7966I referred to commanding officersfor
Sincerely
,
possible disciplinary action.
Twenty four drivers lost Mrs. Donald J. Graham

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August 18, 1966 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3LTJG. 7



- Ssati .., Blue-Bolts Notes 77,000 Shang LandingsWould I

i Double CenturionLt. Plane Captain of the Month
you believe that Lt. In the importance of theShangrlLa's -
William M. Ransonbecamea Airman Apprentice Craig W. Richard Parker Fighter Squadron training period. '"
"Roosevelt Double Centurion"last Walker has been selected as the Thirteen, based at NAS Cecil VF -'13 returned to NAS Cecil "
month when he made his squadron Plane Captain of the Field, successfullycompletedthe Field last week from the
200th arrested landing aboard the Month for June. Walker also 77,000th arrested landing aboard "shakedown." cruise. :
USS Franklin D.Roosevelt(CV A- receives a commendaton entry In the USS Shangri La last month Lt. Parker, his wife Patricia,
42)). He was flying a Douglas his services record and Is relieved during training exercises off and their ',two children, Pamelaand
A4C "Skyhawk". a light jet attack of all military duties Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Well Mike, presently reside at
aircraft, which is flown by regular liberty hours for one It's true. 4004 Barmer Drive, Jack-
his squadron, VA 172. Lt. month. During a cake cutting; cere- sonville, Fla.
Ranson is currently serving as mony in the .ship's wardroom,
Personnel Officer of VA172 Captain A. W. ElliottCommand DOD CASUALTY FIGURES show
"IRON MIKE" HICH- home based at NAS Cecil Field. Buy ing Officer of the Shangri: La, 4,440 U.S. military personnellost
OLL of Cecil Field based Since joining the Navy on March congratulated Lt. Parker on his:: their lives through hostile w
VC 4 Det As shown taking 3, 1962, Lt. Ranson has logged achievements. The Captain called actions in Vietnam from Jan. 1,'
/ the first whack at Hap over 1000 hours of flight time and Bonds the event mother: milestone"in 1961 through July 23, 1966. An.
py Hour while/ his fellow// offccrs has accumulated a total of 236 the history of the proud ship", additional 24,357 have been''
and he also expressed his belief .
carrier landings In his Naval wounded.
await/ a free round/ be. ]
cause he was wearing his career.

hat for the photograph. Triple CenturionLtjg. ,,',\..,

WMk The PI..ue ', "' :'....- .,:' r 'I.if\: \ .

J. G. Meirer became a '
The "Dragon Flyers"* of VC- "Roosevelt Triple Centurion"last p .
4's Detachment Alpha based at month when he made his 300th c7) JUST I' : .
NAS Cecil Field Initiated their arrested landing aboard the USS ) .
.
"Whack the Plaque program Franklin D. Roosevelt. He was ; *.;I'f't. J \
last week during Happy Hour at also flying an A4C "Skyhawk". :
-
the BOO. The Roosevelt, at the time, was XM-Ji BEGINNINGOR. \ !"
Prior to imbibing, VC-4 Det operating in the Indian Ocean.
A's Officers get one shot at the Currently serving as Landing f
plaque with ahatchet. "Each pla- Signal Officer of VA 172, Melt. :
que shall last no longer than two er has logged over 1225 flight W I .
I IC
weeks," Lcdr. Walt Clarke, Officer hours and has accumulated a total .
in Charge of VC-4 of 323 carrier landings in his
Det A, said. In the event the Naval career.
plaque lasts longer, mandatory Iq
Happy Hour Muster will be held /C
until the plaque has been completely 152,000th LandingLtjg.

demolished. Morris Kemple Jr. made ( ,
the 152,000th arrested carrier iPi
700 Landings landing aboard the Attack Carrier \1p\.1
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt last
While carrier landings hold month while operating in the South
the particular fancy of Navy Atlantic off the coast of Rio de
pilots, they are also of great Janeiro, Brazil.
significance to the ever expanding Kemple, who joined the Navyon
breed of Naval Flight July 5, 1960, has logged over i f (
Officers. Lt. Gene Blair, a 400 flight hours and has accumulated Q
Radar Intercept Officer in Fighter a total of 26 carrier .. ''''.'.... ,. r
Squadron Fourteen, recently landings ( including. 3 on the, Ro- '
completed his 300th landing osvelt). f I
aboard the USS Roosevelt (CVA-
42)). .
Lt. Blair Is the 'RIO Training Sailor of the Month '
Officer in the squadron and his
JUST 7711';l iirl tiir''!r 7.!r(!1lii
many qualifications for the job Petty Officer First Harry G. 'N4 .
j
include having logged over 1200 McCauley has been selected as !,j is' ,7y ; 1. 'llrtr. ++til', f
+ lyj. r
+ .
rlr + riifirr
Phantom hours. VA 172's Sailor of the Month I (l.yii'r:+i+!r t l tr:+ J r: iJi I EiIr': '
The pilot on this momentous for June. Ills selection was announced RETIRING i '
occasion was Lcdr. J. R. by his Commanding Of- t
"Smoke" Wilson Jr., who just ficer, Cdr. B. A.Nystrom aboard
happened to make his 400th car- the USS Roosevelt.
rier landing in the process. Cdr.R. McCauley was selected froma ?
C. Adams, Commanding Officer number of outstanding men '-" "
of the Tophatters presentedboth who have been examples of exceptional
with a huge cake to cele- performance of duty, j
brate the feat. Fighting fourteen, behavior, and military appear- -
the oldest active operational Nav- nace. Along with a commendation .. .
al Squadron, is pesentlydeployed entered in his service record,
as a member of Carrier Air he has been relieved of all military THIS IS THE HOME
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NATTC : NARTU News & Views


Last spring, as the U. S. military forces in Southeast Asia were
Behind The SceneBy building up very rapidly, the logistic support facilities in the Pacific
were faced with a huge task. High priority military air cargo
/Fondingsland/ / piled up in California awaiting shipment across the Pacific while
eastbound lists in the Philippines,
Wl Joseph J. Puhlick, Jr., USCG, NATTC's only Coast Guard military passenger waiting
and Hawaii and
Japan longer longer.
representative, was transferred August 12 to the Coast Guard Base grew
Chief
The Commander in U.S.
Glouester New full load of From
at City Jersey. passengers.
Pacific Fleet, asked if the Naval
Puhllck has been the CoastGuard representative at NATTC since there, the planes and crews return -
Y. Air Reserve Training Command
July 1962 when he was transferred from the Port Isabel Lifeboat to their home stations.
could solve the
help problemby
Station in Port Isabel, Texas. The C 118s load up to 15,000
using Reserve training trans-
He was the first Coastguardsman pounds of cargo at Alameda after
to receive NATTC's SerYN1 Donald J. Fitchett Is now C y1 port This planes request and initiated crews. the pre- arriving from their home
viceman of the Month award. NATTC's CoastGuard repre- sent Southeast Asia airlift stations, then proceed Barbers
pro-
Point, Hawaii, then to Wake Island -
$ SAVE $ demands upon the Naval Air Re-
the where their
serve transport capacity, and the Philippines
FRED DAVIS cargo Is unloaded and passengers
commitment has grown considerably -
BELATED EAGLE SCOUT A- taken aboard. typical flight then
in the past year. It
!
BUICKPONTIACGMCTRUCKS WARD; earned before he/joinedthe menat a cutback in some other heads for Atsugi, Japan; Midway -
Island, and home to Alamedaby
Navy, was recently pre airlift assignments, but the results of Barbers Point.
sented to AA Glenn R. Thompson have been gratifying. The way final of their mission
leg
amCREEN COVE SPRINGS** a student at AO "A" Both C 54 and C 118 returns them to their home
School Thomas B. transport aircraft are used by
by Capt. stations. On several occasions
MILITARYAUTO Ellison, 'CO of NATTC. the Naval Air Reserve on these these flights have actually landed
missions. Because their
ranges at Saigon and Da Nang in South
LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY sentative. and payloads differ, the airliftsare Viet Nam. The nine-day trip
. divided into two categories;
covers over 20,000 miles and
POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO
the C 54's Hawaii and
fly
to
The Honor Class from Avia- 80 flight hours. Because of the
INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES back, while the C118's travel
tion Ordnanceman School this great distances involved, aug-
AGE21-24 Married$10.40 mo. week is class 616-B. This Is all the way across the Pacific. mented crews are assigned to
The C 54's leave their home
the third Honor Class Award for each aircraft. These augmentedcrews
AGE21-24Single$12.80 mo. this class. AA R. A. Bensonof stations and proceed to the Naval consist of four officersand
Air Station, Alameda,California,
Meets State and Base Requirements class 626-A is the AO Hon- six enlisted crew members.
orman. where they load 5,000 pounds of Since these flights began abouta
Robert Travis & Associates Inc.
and for Barbers
Class 622 is the Honor Class cargo ,depan year ago, the Naval Air Reserve -
NAS. 1st N. Gate Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3583 Point, Hawaii. The crew remains -
Office of 6483 from Aviation Electrician's Mate has written an impressive
USNS.May port, Jan Beach 1127 N. Ihlrd St.AlA)246'642l( ) School. overnight to rest and then record of participation. More
returns to the west coast with a

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*.. flown several round trips.
: r As of April 1,194 flights were
TODAY r completed. Involving 10,000
rI flights hours, over 23 million
passenger miles, and more than
8l" five million cargo ton miles!
: These figures give some idea
r
." .. of the vital service to the South-
east Asia effort provided byNav-
': / al Air Reserve pilots and air
Jacksonville J
V crew personnel.
: 4?< These flights occur three to
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: ; '. 1 3/4 of the officers and 2/3

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I i:i V has a brand new place I full from As-scheduled the time many air, active augmented flights stations.to duty occur as, personnel by possibleare while some



transport squadrons are on their
. annual two weeks active duty
rL 1;; for training periods, thus allowing -
., more reservists to parti-
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you the C 118 flIghts and 1/5 of
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: other than their annual active

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Plans call for continuation of
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for
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week ,
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at Barbers Point, Hawaii,

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worry, see Seaboard. Seaboard rents money across the United States and Canada. Naval Air Reserve "weekend"Warriors"

and in the newest nicest place in town. of NARTU's VS-741
Even if you don't need some extra money cruised for two weeks aboard the

: You'll like Seaboard. The folks are friendly right now, we'd appreciate your dropping in U. S. Naval Air Station at Guan-

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Features Of The Federal . DID YOU KNOW....... :I

Women! Gain Training Requirements Youngest General Counsel -,
Salary & Fringe Benefits Act
The number of women in Fed- Federal employees trained by, The youngest general counselin
eral Jobs paying $10,000 or more in, or through a non-Government the Federal Government is
When President Johnson signed the Federal Salary and Fringe has increased 26 percent since facility are required to continue 31-year-old Philip F. Zeidmanof
Benefits Act of 1966 into law on July 18, he said: ,President Johnson took office. their Government service, for at the Small Business Adminis
"There is no more important work than that performed by the least three times the length of tration. He recently received the 1
men and women who have made public service their life's career. such training. "Younger Federal Lawyer A-
We must attract and retain the talent and excellence needed to 90% Have /Ins ward" for 1965 from the Federal
conduct the complex affairs of Government. This means fair and Bar Association. Mr. Zeidmanwas
just compensation for Federal employees." About 2 million employees or Retirement appointed General Counsel of
The President expressed con- about 90 percent of those eli- SBA last January at age 30i:
cern that the July effective date .- Uniform allowances are In- gible are covered by the group About 2.3 million Federal em-
of the new pay scales is six creased. health benefits program.; ployees or about 91 percent of
months earlier that he had pro- .- Widows and widowers of pre- all Government employees are "
posed. Since the civilian pay sent and future members of the under the Civil Service. Retire- ,34 Million Miles .
bill also controls the effective Civil Service Retirement Sys- Ratio Stays Same ment System.
date of the recently passed pro- tem who die in service or after Since Introduction of ball point {
vision for military pay. he,.said, retirement will continue to receive The proportion of 76 percentmen Professionals Top TraineesOf pens in post offices ten years "
the result of the July 1 dateis their survivor annuitiesif and 24 percent women in ago, 26 million refills capable of :
an addition of almost halfa they remarry at or after age the Federal service has remained the 509 people who received 'writing 34 million miles of well- \
billion dollars to the Fiscal 60. Also, survivor annuities about the same for several years. training in non-Government inked line have been purchased
Year 1967 budget.; will be restored for these future facilities in excess of 120 days for postal u.:e. I
"I intend to exercise all of widows and widowers if during 1964 the bulk of them
my powers to hold spending to they remarry under age 60 and Long Life ;375 ((74 percent), were employedas The 2.4 million refills ordered
a level consistent with fiscal responsibility the subsequent marriage ends scientists and engineers:: or for 1066 are expected to take care ,
," he added. "For in annulment, divorce, or The Post Office Department'smore as technicians who provided sup- of the year's estimated 3.1 million '
one thing, I will actively con- death. than 35 million mail bagsof port to scientists and engineers.The miles of addressing, about
tinue to search for everyeconomy -- Widows and dependent widowers 21 types and sizes average the distance traveled by
possible in every Federal of Federal employees who about 15 years' service before next largest group 63 astronauts Gordon Cooper and
program." died or retired prior to Oct. needing repairs.and additional ((12 percent), occupied executiveor .Charles Conrad in their 8.- day
Key features of the new law: 11, 1962 will get a 10 per- years after their battered administrative (positions. Gemini !5 flight.
-- 1.8 million salaried workers, cent increase in their annui- bottoms have been given a new
including postal employees, ties. lease on life.
receive salary increases aver- lit
aging 2.9 percent.
-- Employees aged 55 with 30 .reY r
years of service, or employees Bid CHIEF Penmen frit I
aged 60 with 20 years of O CPO Ret
service have the option to retire TIRE CO. Owner
on full annuity.
-- The Government's contribution -
to health Insurance pre-
miums is increased to $1.62 ALL :
bi-weekly for employees enrolled $795Plvs
for, self-and-family., t
{ SIZES Tex
-- Health benefits for unmarried ;
children as family membersare 4
extended up to age 22. r Mf + $2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS i

-- Survivorship children benefits attending for unmarried NO DOWN PAYMENT. .. NO PAYMENTS FOR. 6 WEEKS .

school are extended up to age WE FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC : f k
22. t
-- Overtime pay for Classification t FREE Balance & Alignment-With'Purchase of 4 Tires

Act employees and postal SPEED
supervisors is liberalized.: EQUIPMENT

ployees Most Classification will get overtime Act em-pay (.IIlltlll.I' of Meg Wheels TechometersteciNi )

for all work in excess of 8 Slicks Chrome .
hours a day. Pipes Fleer Shifts
-- Classification Act and blue- BENNY SUGGS. Cdr. Lou C/orrocco, Asst. 'O&R Officer, I
collar workers will receive a recently presented beneficial suggestion checks to two O&R BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
25 percent pay differential for employees. In the top picture, Gladstone/ H. Menzie of Shop
Sunday work. '6000 receives a check for'$545, for suggestion for_ a "''cycllnd-/ 5444 Normandy 6207 7 Roosevelt 2809 Mayport Rd.
-- The maximum dollar rate for Across fromAtlantic Vt mile from Vt mil from I
er head removal bar" which will save the government an estimated > Mill Main Oat Main Gate
the overtime first rate pay ,Is of GS-10 now based rather on .$37,140. In the Bottom picture, Anthony J. Lukaszewski
than the first rate of GS-9. demonstrates his suggestion for "770 conductor extension
received check for $500 with his \
cables". He a suggestionthat
Employ** Help will bring an estimated savings. of $9485 and other In- J:

Exceeds CostIteductlon tangible benefits Get the best .deal. r


Goal oiyovrAUTO '

The individual employee pro- Ilk !
perly motivated toward making -r:1-;:
improvements In his Job repre- LOAN } [
sents one of the most valuable
assets in any organization's cost p ii1
reduction effort. f 1. The credit union offers an "
For the Fiscal Year 1966 the almost unbeatable rate, withno '.
; '
Department of Defense set cost s'a extra charges
reduction goal of $1,600,000 for
the Overhaul and Repair Dept.at II 2. Your sates contract won't
NAS Jax. Capt. Thomas Wash- Jx be sold to anybody else. ,
O&R Officer,recently ir&&
ington Jr., ; 3. You can refinance without
reported that this figure was exceeded penalty. 'r
by $717,477.Beneficial :.
suggestions contri- 4. Life insurance (max. 55,000)) :=
buted $236,271 of this savings, on every eligible loan without ..:
while $1,671,011 were recurring added charge. :
savings which related directly
indirectly to employees' sug Apply today at your
1
gestions.Capt. Washington in extending Be CReative ,
a "well done" to all employees

added achieving"We are new looking heights forwardto In the Write Your OWl WeNt Ad LINes O.ly $2.00 i Jayc AavyJAX ntt JUd :

current Fiscal Year 1967. The : .
t benefits to be achieved are the ORED/ruNv4'
sum of many Ideas large and
small; and most Important they ,'.
represent the extra effort of individuals HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26
who find their jobs : Tel. 334-4727 or Tel. SP '7-3277 or
t, challenging Individuals who are .: Base Ext. 8507 Bose Ext. 205

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Peak Of HurricaneSeason '. ;1



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Check your first aid kit and buckets, mops and 'old rags and
make sure it's complete. Sterilize towels handy If the force of
your bathtub, sink, bottles, the winds start driving rain into
pans and everything that will hold the house under doors and win-
water -- then fill them all up dows, stuff as many rags and tow-
with water in case a line should els as you can at the bottomsof
break or power goes off at the the cracks, Wringing them out
o main water supply. often.
::
When/ St Starts If You're EvacuatedIf

When the blow begins, open a
L' window or door on the oppositeside you're evacuated toa shelter,
of the house from ,which remember that they only have a
; the wind Is blowing. Air pre- minimum of service. Take'your
ssure can build up inside the own pillows, blankets, drinking
..A ,w+atwir ., house to the point where it'll cups food that can be prepared
literally blow up if you don't without cooking,and medications..
have i I
something open.Every'hurricane
Mother Nature's wickedest reciprocal basis. Names are to have a portable radio with After the' storm, don't touch a
daughters are preparing for their substituted for fresh batteries. Also, don't for-
I every tropical has an "eye"at loose or dangling wires, but report -
,,' annual fling now that their'coming disturbance which has a major get to have enough batteries on the center,which is completelycalm them to authorities. Don't
,: out" season makes its appearance -. effect on the United States, in hand! to supply your flashlights.In so when the winds die step into puddles where wires
Ltl,, each year between June which case the name of the mal- all probability, electric power down, don't go outside. It's lia- may be grounded. Watch out for
j,[ 1 and November 30, within which icious madam is retired for 10 will fail during a. hurricane.In ble to pass over very quickly, snakes which may have been ..
time the ladies of the notorious years. spite of the tremendouswind catching you when the winds come driven in by flood waters. And,
I ,. clan do their best to reck havoc Record Setters speeds inside a hurricane, back suddenly in the opposite don't go sightseeing into areas
galore among residents' of the the body of such a storm always direction from which they were hard hit by the storm: there'llbe
It f' Carribbean and Atlantic coasts. Winds in hurricanes have been moves slow, so you'll have plentyof blowing only a few minutes be- enough confusion for the clean-
;.. Although they spend most of recorded at speeds higher than time to make preparations. fore. Don't use the telephone ing-up parties as it Is. Instead,
.{ their-debute season in quiet repose 175 m.p.h. (Hurricane Clara, except for emergencies.Make start policing your own home.
Debris
seemingly making plans for Texas and Louisiana coasts in Flying DangerousOne There'll be'plenty of cleaning up
the destruction of mankind and September of 1961)) but even this of the greatest dangers::; sure you have plenty of for you to do .
''J his works, when the :naughty cannot be completely accurate during a hurricane is flying debris -
ladies start kicking up their since the high winds often dIsable so begin your preparations
1 heels -- fortunately, only one- wind-measuring equipment. outside of the house. Bring in
Y//:' at-a-time, usually- they really everything that could possibly
r. know how to kick, losing all sem- Project Storm fury blow away, and that probably
i blance of ladylike manners and This year, the Navy is once includes everything except the
V cavorting like a clever, unpre- again Joining forces with the Air family auto. It doesn't matter
dictable herd of mastadons on Force and Weather Bureau in a whether you want to keep those
r',: the rampage through field nicely studious game of tag with the items which are outside or not, -: '- QJ/ p 1
j: stacked with hay. blustery belles. Working under but it's better to bring in those ;
I Why Women's! Homes? the name of Project Stormfury, pieces of old lumber, toy; the -- -
'+ aircraft will be flying around, kids have busted and such thanto ,,4"
:" They're gi\en names, according over and into the hurricanes investigating have one of them come fly-
,V to the National Geographic the feasibility mod- Ing through your picture windowto
{( Society, in order to avoid errorsin ifying clouds and tropical storms. hit someone in the head
1, the transmission of vital information Take down those TV anten-
k L between widely scattered Precautions For You nas, too, and put up storm shut-
1.!. I stations, ships at sea and Perhaps someday science willable ters, if you have them. Tapeor 'COUPON. I' B H H I B HH KI .t
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I hurricane-hunting planes:that fly be to .control the*workt of board up all windows and glass \
J'f, into the center of storms, as what Nature breeds; but, in the doors to reinforce them against I I
well as to reduce confusion if meantime, it would pay to know wind pressure. ROOSEVELT MALL
two or more hurricanes occur what to do in case of a hur- Check Supplies
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f''' at the same time. ricane. There are certain pre-
,uS. What is the reason for wo- cautions which should be taken Inside the house, check your CAR WASH '
men's names? Who knowsit -- before one of the tropical disturbances supplies. You'll need plenty of
could be because of their hits,and one could very canned goods and fresh foods that z
"naughtiness"; but it's probably likely hit the area you're in now.Don't won't spoil easily since you may o OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AU-6-.PU oO
, because a young-at-heart and be a long while without refrigeration Q. SUNDAY8.30AM1MP.H. c ...
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permanent roster of four sets bureaus always Issue Instruc- through refrigeration, also, and
I. i of names for hurricanes was Introduced tions and periodic reports over chances are that most of their FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED
by the Weather Bureau the radio and TV before and dur- food supplies may have been WITH CAR WASH!
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MOVIESMovies :'.:,
,' Club Schedules '

at the NAS Jax Theatre

-. will be shown regularly at 6 and HASJAX USO NOTES 318 NorthOcean ((1IIII1JII1., j ..
8:15 p.m., Monday through Street This week's special
Saturday. In addition to the "O" CLUB John Arnold Four events at the USO Include Thurs
two evening shows there will bea will be entertaining at the dub day's free Refreshment Night.
matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- this Friday night. Saturday's Friday is titled the Friday Night I' ;
day, Sundays and:! holidays.: The dance music will be by Johnny Special and this Saturday is for Ads shfuld be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company.. I
Hospital Theatre will have one Jelinek. Tuesday Is Foreign all those who have, birthdays in 1950BI<|niiing{ Blvd Jacksonville Florida. 32210 to arrive ':A
weekly feature at 7 p.m. Dish Night featuring gourmet August. Prizes and refreshmentswill not late than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs ':'
day.' Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be "
Cecil Field will have two shows published ,
treats from lands. The be held the Grace
many at Chapel the following. week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise t
during the week 1 at 5:30 and 8
gourmet treat for this Tuesdayis Parish. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must ''"'
p.m. Matinees will be shownon German Family Night will be received WITH the copy for the ad.
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. be on Wednesday, featuring all NAS CECILEM .

Thursday, August 18 the fried chicken you can eat CLUB Tonight Is game DO NOT SEND CASH

-', and an evening of musical en- night. The Special Dinner will RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .$2.00
NAS "Madame X" with Lana tertainment out on the club's be Rib Eyd Steak for $75. Fri- Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
Turner and John Forsyth. patio. ,Beef eater's Night Is day and Saturday, musical enter-
Hospital "Cleopatra" with on Thursday served buffet style. tainment by the "En Crowd."
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard CPO CLUB Sunday, music provided by the
DancingthIs Fri- SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN
. Burton.C. FIeld4AgentForH.A.R.M"with day will be to the Bud Clark "Rhythm Kings. Monday and Jacksonville and Mayportareas. 'IO tES. ORANGE PARK REAL.
Hour 6:30-7:30
Tuesday, Happy
Combo, and on Saturday John Military Background
TY 264-2411
,
Wendall Corey and Barbara Arnold Four p.m. Wednesday, featuring the
: will provide the would be helpful. A very rewarding -
,\ Bouchet. dance tunes. Mark Castle will music of Dick Widon and "TheModerns" career possible for the

Friday, August 19 appear on Sunday. Thursday with Happy Hour, Right Man. Write to the Regional EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD-
there will be 6:30: 7:30 p.m. ING Furniture Industry located
a Teen Dance on Director, P.O. Box 13177 ",y
a NAS "The Lost Command"with the Patio featuring the "Misun- CPO CLUB Friday's featureIs Orlando' Fla. 32809 in Lexington, N. C. For.,details ;:
Anthony Quinn and Alain derstoods." a Lobster and Shore Dinner, write or send post card to J. C.
Delon. also; music provided by the two WILLIAMS, personal,HECKMAN ,
ACEY DUCEY CLUB Town bands of "Mark Castle" CABINET, PIckard Circle,
Hospital "Madame X" with popular REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL-
Cryers will provide musicon Sat and "Bill Bents." Saturday'sentertainment Lexington, 'N, C. All inquiresanswered.
4 Lana Turner and John Forsyth.C. ; TATION advice. 7 days a week.
and March Wilson and the .
Field "Move Over Dar- urday will be providedby Homes for sale, $100 Down.
ling" with Doris Day and James Red Coats will entertain Sunday. the sounds of the "Danny High Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- ORANGE PARK 2BR APT
Garner. BLUEJACKETS INN March Band" with a special:; 12 oz. 'als.. Homesite 'Lots, Acreage, Furn or unfurn bit In elect.
Wilson and! The Redcoats will "T" Bone Steak Dinner for$1.65 Investments. WALTER T.BOvsT- Kitchen, A/C "No lease re-
Saturday, August 20 be providing the dance music Sunday features a Fried Chicken EN, Reg. Broker USN Retired. quired" .2646884. .
this Thursday. Appearing at Dinner for $.85 children, $.50. :384.1376
NAS "The Longest Day"with the Club on Friday will be Phil Monday, bar open. Tuesday, bar ORANGE PARK RENTAL -- :3)
d John Wayne, Henry Fonda and the Wedesnday Game Night
Cay "Chantels", On open.
BR unfurn house. Nr. Schools.,
and Robert Mitchwn. SINGERS FOR 515
commencing at 7:45 also
Saturday March Wilson and the p.m.
5 min. NAS 264.6884 .
Hospital "The Lost Command Redcoats will be playing for featuring a Steak Dinner for$..65.ClubNotes. SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN
with Anthony Quinn and Storage, good condition, fully
entertainment. Phil
your Cay FURN HOUSE FOR RENT-
Alain Delon.C. and the "Chantels11 will provide electric, does everything comp
Field "Stop the World, music and lete with attachments. Yours for 2BR, Lrg. living room; Nice
Sundayafternoon even-
I Want To Get Off" with Tony storage charge; Only $15 each. yard; $65 mo 781-3170.
The
of
ing. Holidays will play on A special meeting the Jax
Tanner and Millicent Martin. Call warehouse, 353-1946: will
Monday and Tuesday; is the night Officers Wives Club Board was
deliver no obligations. A-I Sewing -
WANTED RETIRED NAVAL
Sunday, August 21 for the Loose Ends. Game nightIs held on Wednesday August\ 10, Machine :
Company.NO
Personnel, to train as managerfor
every Wednesday. at the NAS Jax Officers Club
NAS "Days of Wine and with Mrs. D. W. Kellerman pre- large National Food Chain.
Roses" with Jack Lemmon and siding. QUALIFYING: 3BR, 1 1/2 Call 724 6387.: Also part-time
Lee Remick. COFFEE & DONUT SOCIAL Among the items discussedwere B, Bit in R & Oven. Fncd yd, help needed.

Hospital "The Lost Command Protestants and Catholics will a "kick-off" coffee to be back porch, $88.10 mo. DUKE
a with Anthony Quinn and sponsor ,a "Coffee and Donut held on September 7. Mrs. R. LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374., CHEVROLET'
FOR SALE: 1955
Alain Delon.C. Social" on Sunday after the 9, V. Berry, Chairman of the annual '
RE POSE SS IONS FOR CASH-' V > /sticlc'thew paint, new .,,
Field "Cleopatra" with 9:30 and, 11 a.m. services In the Fall Charity presented ten- "i
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Mainside chapels. The refresh- tative plans for a"Roaring'20's" 57 Chevrolet wagon: -i< '-$275 tire 3888479., exceptional' mach cond.,
Burton. 59 Ford - -' $125
ments ,will be served on the Party scheduled for October '15.
veranda connecting the Mrs. H. F. Bryant announcedthe -59 Chevrolet$175
two chap-
'
Monday, August 22 MOVING: MANY ITEMS, GIVEaway
58 Mercury - $125 t
els. All Invited attend formation of bowl-
are to a new
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NAS On the 58 Dodge '. - -:$18} prices clothes, toys, furn. '
"Marriage and Waves and enlisted men are ing league. The teams will meet ,t
Rocks" with Frank Sinatra and particularly welcome. on Mondays at the, NAS Lanes. 59 Plymouth Wagon$225 Call 771-6510. .
Dean Martin. 61 Plymouth 2 DR - $275 '. ,,
Hospital "Days of Wine and 59 Rambler Wagon - $35$ ,COUNTRY HOME FOR SALE -
Roses" with Jack Lemmon and 55 Buick Like New -$375 3/4 acre on Hiway 224 Nr. Doc-_
59 Edsel Wagon Brand new tors Inlet 3BR. $6500. Can be .i .
Lee Remick.
;)/j
i financed. Phone 264-
e'' C. Field "Madame X" with tires - - S'375 anytime
r->;:''': Lana Turner and John Forsyth. 6311 Beach Blvd. 724 7225 6049.
Ask for MR. REDDEFFICIENCY
t\ Tuesday, August 23 FOR SALE '65 RAMBLER AMER.
'if1I' I Exc.. cond.., $150.00 and take
:;':"W NAS "A Thousand Clowns" APT. FURNISHED 60.91. After 6
..1c with Jason Robards and Barbara all utilities, 4339 Timuquana over payments
c
Harris. Yyiii Road. 388'=; 9725 Sat. & Sun. p.m. 771-3304.
'weekdays after 5:30: P.M.RETIRING'l.
On The
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Hospital "Marriage VP-83 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Rocks" with Frank Sinatra and ? ? reunion to be held at Pensacola,

Dean Martin.C. WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS? Fla., 15-16) Sept. '66. For details -
Field "The Lost Command" Then consider owning a franchise contact: R. R. Fluck, 319

with Anthony Quinn and ,_ the,, surest :and safest way. Calhoun Ave., Pensacola, Fla.,
Alain Delon. 32505. '

Wednesday, August 24 We can recommend many from PAY CLOSING COST & ASSUME ,_
$1000 to more than$50,000.Come notes. Beautiful 2 story all ::'
NAS "BambI"Animated Walt and see us. No obligation, andit extras. 6818 Azul Ct. 771- .
Disney Feature. is our proud boast that no 9139.
Hosptlal "A Thousand client of ours ever failed.
Clowns" with Jason Robards and TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS,

Barbara Harris.C. Write or phone Typists, Key punch operators,
Field "The Longest Day" Associated Business CounselorsSuite for temporary assignments as
with John Wayne, Henry Fonda MONEY IN 1 DAY 2Q, Kogerama; 1914 you are available. TEMPORARY
and Robert Mitchum. Boulevard Center Jacksonville, TALENT 1130: ACL BLDG.356-'
Phone 393 1929 0753.

The best Inheritance you can S25 to $600ON
give your children is a little I

time each day. --Arnold GlasOw. YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

__________ ---co Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how Great MusicTo

much you w nt. Pick up the cash at your conven-
Youth and lence. Same-.day service.
Eat Great
YOUNGADULTWEEK 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

You Get Ma. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.
Pizzas by g ""
84.33 5.00 355.79 27.00
ORTEGA METHODIST J5J.80 9.00 427.57 25.00

CHURCH 2J9.27 73.00 SOO.57 29.00 PIZZA

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ServicemenWelcomed ,21 VARIETIES OF
DIAL 7 DELICIOUS PIZZA, LIGHT &

DARK BEER-PHONE 771-2233
Dinner 241 Wet Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735
FREE to Servicemen 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 Bring a Music Lover

Discussion, Worship, OPEN i 11A.M., 'TIL MIDNIGHT .
Recreation ,t '.

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I: Navy Sporting SceneANNAPOLIS Whistling In

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MD .. A to Alabama with a 53-5-2 Tr1-Club/ Schedule
recent survey compiled by Harvey mark for the period. The Rigging
Kirkpatrick, Sports Information ******** ,
Aug. 21 -- All classes Including ,
Director at Utah State University Finishing the baseball season Cruisers, Florida Yacht
rates Navy 26th among the for Navy as one of the top collegiate Club By Lt. P. E. ThibodeauAs

country's leading collegiate foot- batters was regular third Sept. 11 -- All classes Including mis-
of be some
the end There seems to
ball teams in won lost percentage baseman Al Lemerande.His final Cruisers, Florida Yacht we approach
Series for understanding the mem-
fall the Tri Club Sailing among
over the past six cam- .372 average placed him 46thIn
66 the Club. the Summer, the Navy Jacksonville bership on this. If you are a new
paigns. From 1960 the nation. Besides being selected -
Sept. 25 -- Florida Yacht Club Club to member or are contemplating
Middies have won 37, lost 20 as a first team All -East Sailing seems pre-
Stars. Thistels PelicansCruisers the list of point joining the club and unless you
and tied three for a .642 per choice, Lemcrade led Navy in dominate top
centage. Only Syracuse, ((17th) runs ((15)), hits ((29)), extra base winners. The top four in each can pass the basic sailing test,
I and Penn'State ((19th) ranked hits ((9)) and runs batted in ((14)). Navy Jax: O'Days, Rhodes class are as follows: BANTAMS, you must take this series of
ahead of Navy in the classification Only sophomore,Navy looks for Bantams, Gannets, Opne Sail- Lou Caron 42, J.D. Forest2614Jim lessons before you can becomea
fish, Multi Vulls. Glisson 23 1/4 Cathy member. All of you club
of major Eastern Independents. big things from the Westminister,
Calif. Indielder his next two Oct. 9 -- FYC: FYC classes Griffith 14. GANNETS, Paul members who haven't taken the
( The top spot on the list belongs years. Overton 21, Jim Pantano 15, test, must do so before you will
I. NJSC: NJSC classes Charlie Eastham; 12 1/4, Bill be allowed to take a boat out.
Oct. 23 -- FYC: All classes :Scronce 9. OPEN, Don ManleyRC Also, you must have one of the new
I WESCONNETT FURNITURE Co. Nov. 6 -- FYC: FYC classes ( ) 15 1/5, Henry Hull (FYC) NSJC Membership Cards for
NJSC: NJSC classes 11 1/4, Frank Dybdall (NJSC) proof of your sailing rating.
Nov. 20 -- FYC: A 11 classes 9 3/4 Frank Alcorn (FYC) 6- Coming up over the Labor -
I USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW Dec. 4 -- FYC: FYC classes 1/2. The next race Is this week- Day week end are two regattason
NJSC: NJSC classes end at the Florida Yacht Club the 4th and 5th of Septemberwill
ADDING MACHINES Dec. 11 Sail off attheNavy with races for all classes. be their annual Labor Day

.. NEW DESKS Jacksonville Sailing Club. The August Issue of Yachtinghas Regatta. This is a huge affair
two items In the North Florida with boats from all over Florida
NEW & USED TV SETS
column by Frank True which turning out Several of the
FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse! I Water Pollution I\ mentions the NJSC. I'm not Bantam skippers are planning to
EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. 7p.m. | too sure as to how Frank got that attend this. On the 6th, the
The Game and Fresh Water second item, about the club being Rudder Club is hosting their
Fish Commission has reported open to civilians, I think that he annual Labor Day Regatta at
5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD 771-0750 that water pollution killed at least must have misinterpreted some- the Rudder Club in Orange Park.
45,115 fish in Florida last year. thing in the columns I sent him. With the right timing, you could
Approximately one half of the Anyway, the club and It's members make both affairs for a full
I fish were game fish; one .- half are on the map nationally. week end of sailing.
were classes as forage or rough The sailing classes got off to With the next two races being
RETIRING FROM SERVICE? fish. All could have provided a good start with about 12 people held a? the FYC and includingthe
better fishing in 1966. showing up for the first one. Cruiser class, it looks like
I'll be racing the OLD COVE.At .
the start of the Fall series,
the WHISTLER will be back in
41 to) PIZZA action as my regular boat. She's
You can earn c sailed all Summer under the hand
l of several different skippers but
; TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM
hasn't done too well. The old
[ PREMIUM BEER-CIIOICE CUT STEAKS clunker takes a bit of getting used
M $10,000 a year or more ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI to as she has her Idiosyncracies. -

.
I see that a new Bantam Class
I and has been formed in Miami. We'll

4.- <.rM .uKtoMpc.W own i : y your, ,?own.*. 4. .1 r-- "PIZZAour have to Invite them specificallyto
,. our Navy Day Regatta so that
f
our specialty"In
t" ,r we can look them over for next

.' the Heart of Cedar Hills year'' competition. The fleet
,i ,.:i:!, ... business! captain is the past Fla. State
"r..,',. FRANK DERICKSON RB Champ, Jim Church
SALTY SEZ Tliey's been a

'ro," 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771 0170 lot o arguin lately 'bout Racln the
NAYRU
Ever thought how good it would be to own your own business -- ,- observance Rules durin o the the Tri-Club Races.It .

seems ter me as this Is sorta
J and profit by your own efforts and decisions? silly. The rules is laid down

fer ye ter race by an if'fn ye
You can do just that with a Texaco Dealership. Asa see someone breakin' em, ye
must protest 'em. T'ain't hardly
Texaco Dealer, you're in business for yourself with fair any other way. ff'fn yer
goin' ter protest only if'fn ye

every prospect of a better-than-average income. Many think ye'H get caught, we might's
well throw out the rule book an
our own set o rules,
make-up
Texaco Dealers make $10,000 or more a year.
{ or just r1,1Ia free-for-all. It
sorta makes me steam when a
Previous service-station experience is not necessary. feller breaks the rules and then

ain't a good enough sport= ter
Texaco trains you with a 4-week paid training programand admit it and disqualify himself.

'Nuf said?
specialized on-the-job training. Texaco backs you d Answer to Last ,Week's Ques-
# tion. .There are four Fundamental -
( up right from the start with merchandising help, with Rules, 1. a windward
t \ Yacht shall keep clear of a lee-
promotions that bring in customers. v ward yacht, 2. a yacht clear
k .
astern shall,keep clearof yacht
1
You'll be surprised at how ,small an investment it takesto clear ahead, 3. a yacht which
establishes an overlap to lee-
ward shall allow the windward
secure a Texaco Dealership. Financial assistance Is and
yacht ample room oppor-
tunity to keep clear, and duringthe
-';', ,available if needed. ,' ,:-; existance of that overlap the
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FOr more information, mail coupon today. No obliga- .:' her proper course, 4. a port-
:' ''' .' a ...' those who do come to tack yacht shall keep clear ofa
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TEXACO 1.lkll Heirs
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Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM Closed Sundays

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Fliers Blitz Marietta Twice; Swimmers' Kaniosky And Smalling, I


I Tourney Bound TomorrowApproaching Earn Trophies In City Meet Aug. 8-9.

Jax teams also did well in, the 240 meter free and medley.
Swim Team continued -
The lax Navy
the various relay events with The 15.17 girls team of Ginny
add honors to the!i
the final week of to more seven' teams placing in the top .Bunn, Linda McClure, Susie
In addition to the NAS Jax growing list when they compete lance and Sandra Fortin
the mcdleyandfree events.A
six in
tune up action before the Sixth will be in the City Swim Meet held las
team, representatives 240meterfree
the 8- finished second In the
relatively new team
Naval District at Charleston, counted from NAS Cecil, NAS week (August 8,9)) at the Sai 240-meter
the
medal for and third in
under ,
girls won a
S. C., the Jax Navy Fliers spent Club.
Pensacola and NAS Glynco. Jose Country
placing third in the 120-meter medley. The boys 15-17 team
Friday night routing Mariettaof
last Last year's tournament winner Two NJST boys won the highpoint
softball 9-1 medley, and the boys' group won of Bruce and PaulNichols.BrureSmalling
the city league, for their division -
was NAS Charleston who advanced trophy age
Gardner -
received
and Jim
7 1 in action at Mackroth two medals, placing 1st in the
and finished
through the loser's bracket and the girls team 120- meter medley. The girls two ribbon3 for 5th place
Field. to upset strongfavoriteGlyncoon second behind Good Shepherd in team includes Kim Dalzell, Del- finishers in the 240-meter med-
The night's opener was anybody's the last day, 3 1 and 10. over all points. free.
Glaraton, Becky Billingsly, ley and
until the Flier sixth ores
awarded
game Carl Kaniosky was
For the teams that make It, New team member Susie
inning when the base softballers the the the high point trophy in the 11- and Donna Marshall. Swimmingfor
two big tournaments at Brian Chance lead the individual medal
the boys 8. under are
erupted for six runs on four top of the stack are the All 12 boys division, while Robert_ Viola Glen Hebert Bruce Mar- winners after finishing In the top
hits. "Big John" Littletonwas Navy Tournament, to be held this Smalling collected the most three in, 6 events. Other,
shall, and Robert Smalling. spots
the winning pitcher., year in Long Beach, Calif and points in the 8 Under division finishing in 1st,
NJST swimmers
Other relay winners were: 10- :
Bob Brown's homerun in the
the award.
receive
the World Tournament later In to
2nd 3rd place were: Becky
third inning of the second game under boys (evin Rockford or
highlighted the nightcap win. Indianapolis. Wayne Johnson, Rick and Mickey Billingsly, Robert Smalling,Mic-
Strong pitching and a stable Stuebben) who finished 2nd in key Stuebben, Carl Kaniosky.Ellen -
byNATTC's
was supplied
Flier "punch"
defense have been Flier trade-
Susie Chance, San-
Willy Miller who had the 120 meter free and 5th Smalling,
marks which powered them to the 11- dra Sliadburn, Wayne Johnson,
and a double for four In the 120 meter medley;
singles
two FloridaGeorgia Interservicecrown. Kathleen Tom Cindy Ruleo, LiooarMayberry
the 'F 12 girls (Pat Dalzell, Cooper
at plate.A '
times If these two Items con- Rockford, Debbie Newman, and and GInny.Bunn.
double header was sche- tinue to hold up, along with a few e1 al Cathy Nichols) who placed 2nd Those winning ribbons for 4th,
duled for the following night with breaks here and there the i
,
upcoming I De-
in both the 120 meter medley; 5th and 6th finishes were: -
Jacksonville city league
another northern pilgrimage can- Glaraton, Cheri Glaraton,
Linda lores
13 14 girls ( Mayberry
Shell. The
tern, howeverhad Jay's just completedtheir city not help but be a success. Rhoda Puleo, Ellen Smalling, Bruce Marshall, Pat Dalzell:

team own playoff slate and pro- There'll Be Some Nancy Nichols: and Hollie Johnson Cathy Nichols, and Debbie New.
r ) for a first place finish( in man.
the with
ceded to cancel games Changes Made/ I I

the Tomorrow Fliers. Coach Frank Mc- Starting with the next edition I

Caffrey and 15 Fliers board a of the Sax: Air News, we have SAN JUAN CLORIDA NATIONAL BAN U
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Navy bus which will take them decided to add a new columnto I
north to the Sixth Naval Dis- the sports section. The r AVE. -.- DA NATIONAL ,aa1R .,. "LAKE SHORE

trict Tournament. 13 teams column, (as yet unamed) will (Between ', -, .. ."
are entered In the tussle and run every other week, alter- Y Roosevelt .M f f,i :'', ': V J l 'r.' ; A.
, the recreation department says nating with the "Whistling In & landing) i ZI1n( 11111" ,: *'nN..a''l -- -
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:\,; that there are a variety of ways the Rigging" column. -1.:" / e '( -n.-- r
1. to set up tournament pairings; In this manner we will be Member FDIC
, :',> therefore the Jax Navy Fliers able to provide wider coveraceon "Y 8.r Nik fer COMPLETE B. klR| Services"
, ,: won't know who and when they sports of both a local and HIGH POINT HONORS. > .:.:.:e:;:.:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: >:>>:-:-:':.: -:-:-.::......:-
::' 7: play until they arrive. national Interest. The column Carl Kaniosky and Robert
:/. Originally the elimination contest will be written by the new Smalling of the Navy Jax Swim SAVE HOW! I
If;; was scheduled to begin Monday sports editor for the lax Air Team took high point honorsIn I
fi Aug. 22. Heavy rains In News, SA Ned Fellers. Ned'san the recent City Swim Meet.
\ the Charleston area: the past few avid sports fan himselfand Carl accumulated/ the most with a year end
dayswith the possibility of more has done a lot of researchinto
In the JJ.J2 boys division
coming made the directors move the history of sports, as points
I the starting date ahead to this well as keeping abreast of the while Robert was high,, AUTO LOAN. !
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Saturday however. modern day games. swimmer In the 8-Under boys

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Z! .... :. I_ The moment of truth has arrived JEiT&E B
., lilUaaflrt._. ..r:..--.' ,.. ..... .......-.UiII.... for the' NAS Cecil varsity .,

... .. ": ,., V \<. -..... Softball team.Cecil Field The this"Raiders"departed morningfor

.1' /' (. Charleston, S. C., to parti-

: r. { : : cipate in the Sixth Naval Dis-
from
trict Softball Tournament
,r: ," ..< August 19 through 26.
1I t' Since opening the season backin
'. &. I ___ April, Coach Bob Scruggs has
.' worked the team during many
"apn practice drills and ball games
trying to find a winning com
1tho 1/ bination. The"Raiders" came up
1f with a fair team all season long,
f but something seemed to be miss-
ing that would add the touch

and make them a good ball club. KINGS/ OF THE ROAD. .ADRC "Wlllle" Williams, Opera

Weapons Takes Golf TourneyThe added Some to new the ball team players late In were the tions Dept., and AMHJ Buck Wuster VA 44 HAS Cecil Field/ /

. season. These were outfielders, display/ their catch of King Mackerel. The seven "Kings" tot-
Intramural Golf Championship The VA-44 team consistedof which the club had been hurtingfor aling more than 750 Ibs. were caught in one afternoon In the
at NAS Cecil belongs to AMS1 Henry LInder, ADJC all season. At one time Chum Hole of the Jetties. The largest "King" weighed 29 Ib s,
Weapons ?; 1 of the Blue League. Tom Finnerty, ADJ3 Don Bow- Scruggs was using three infielders and was over four feet In length. Both men agreed after trying
Weapons wrapped up the title ers, ADJ3 James Beasely, TD1 as outfielders, or having to their luck at golf, that their talents are best displayed fishing.
by defeating VA 44 of the Gold Pete Henderlite and ATC Ernie go with a pitcher or two in the
c;, ,League in a playoff last week. VelazquezSunsPanOver. outer pasture.
Since the ball club has takenon

League W.eaponscaptllred Championship the with Blue 18.5 a the 727 new clip look, wining, they eight have of playedat their -..p...,.l.,....Q"A r..y.IDEAL. ...;
wins and 2.5 loses, while VA44 The Top Nile last eleven games. Theoffenshre- -; SINGERAUTOMATIC 1
out clean with a perfect
came punch has picked up considerablyas
seasons of 12 wins and no losses Jacksonville's leadln bust- the Raiders scored a total of ZigZif Fro w $48.00 or$5.00 ..
win the Gold League This firms, the Suns and the'SunsStalwarts
to ness 40 runs to their oppositions 18,
.. I is the second consecutive year are joining forces to in the last eleven games. The f; OTHER NAME BRANDS NEW & USED
that Weapons 4 1 has taken the present "Over The Top NIte" pitching and\ defense have been #:: FROM 14.95 ALL GUARANTEED. TV'S & I
1M Golf Championship at Cecil. at Wolfson Park on August 31 there all season, but that hitting VACUUM CLEANERS. EZ TERMS. PARTS
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Representing Weapons f 1 In when the Suns; play the league power never jelled until the last
the I playoff tourney was; CWOC. leading Columbus Jets. couple of weeks. f:..: & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES. rr
Lt. W. L. Vincent, Lt. By that time Manager Solly This week on .]!rcwrySSM1Y.W.SM 1St..!,f...
Cain, past was spent :: :::;::::. :=:::===:=== = : :: =-T. *>>
L. F. Jennings, AOl T.Gonzales, Hemus hopes to have his club Hal preparation,such as fielding 6106103rll St. S 771-9166 t E
LCdr. J. L. McCracken,Lt.A.C. in the first division, fighting and batting practice. Scruggs is
Tilghmen, and: BMC M. Manuele.VA44 for' one of the top spots in the hoping that the team continues
International League ace. their fine showing, so they; can
Takes The Suns Stalwarts have started win the big one that the players -
I contacting: the community'sprominent have given so much of their
IM SoftballVA business firms with time in preparing for.
Gulf Life Insurance Company, The roster for the Raidersis
St. Regis Paper Company, Pru- made up of sixteen players,including -
44's softball team took dential Insurance: Company,Pen- the manager and coach.
Cecil Fields IM Championship nlsular Life Insurance Company, Bob Scruggs, Manager J Jim Lee,
recently to go into the, Corn- Gordon Thompson Chevrolet, Don Bower, Steve Burton and Bob:
Fair Sax Tournament .VA. 44 NAS Jax, and Levy's already, Hunter make up the pitching staff,
racked up an outstanding record cooperating( In, the promotion of Jerry Marshall, Mac McEwen,
for the season of ,25 and 0. ticket- sales. Dave Olson, "Doc" ,Strickland, -
After taking the first three games Tickets may be purchased at and George Zeoli hold down the
of the tournament the Hornets the Suns uffice at Wolfson Park, infield. Mike Ciopryna and
lost the last two games and placed from members" of the Stalwarts, Ronnie Payne will Be on the
third in the tournament. or at any of the above turned receiving end of thebattery;Stone r '"
companies. Payne, Ciopryna and Butch Wag-
Fred Kight manager of the team The objectives of "Over the ner will roam the green pasture, n r f
acclaimed the Hornets victories Top NIte" is to surpass this and utility players will be Pier-
."..,,) as an entire team effort with fine year's biggest single day atten son and Barnagian. .
pitching by Don Bower, Steve dance.. r .
! Burton, and Don Siegler.

The Hornets will be sending
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M in the 6ND Tournament in couNciJ
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Family Service CenterTo WO Bids SOl Uhf Commander Ross

I In its annual call for warrant

applicants the Navy has quietly

Aid New ArrivalsThe enlisted dropped program.the to officer last remnant Integration of an Heads Hellrazors


The new Family Services Cen- workers nurses, emergency This procedure for making Naval Air Station, Cecil Field
ter due to open at NAS Cecil leave cases including financial ensigns out of E 5's and E-6's was the scene last week for a

Field September 1, 1966 will assistance (AmericanRed Cross) has dwindled in recent years with Change: of Command Donald ceremonyIn S.
Commander
serve as a central office for and handicapped children (Navy only 46 picked last spring. The which
Navy families pro\'idinglnform- Relief or community agencies) program was doomed by pres- R 0 s s relieved Commander Gor-
don L. Gray Jr., as Commanding ) -
ation advice, and assistance. Services Center Volunteers sure to raise( ; the percentage of Officer of Attack SquadronOne
Services extended by the Center college graduates in the officer
will primarily benefit new arrivals Volunteer wives will be organized ranks. Seven Four. Captain JohnS.
and dependents of deployed -. to provide assistance in The end was signaled by the Christiansen Commander
service members.All staffing the Center and to provide omission of the program from Readiness Attack Carrier Air
new arrivals to the station emergency servicein coordination the annual revision of the In Wing FOUR, was the guest speak-

will receive a personal wel- with the various wives service procurement directive, ere 1
VA 174 "Hellrlzors"are
come at the Family Services groups. These emergency ser- which restated in detail the pro- The based 1
Center. When possible priorto vices might include transportation cedures for applying for warrant. permanently at
their arrival a brochure'will shopping, preparation of The directive said the only non-, Cecil Field and train replace-
be 'sent to newcomers including meals, child care, etc.Dependents' college roads from enlisted to officer ment pilots in the Navy's supersonic -
F 8E "Crusader all-
such information as a map of are now warrant, limited
the area, a letter of welcome, Orientation CourseAt duty officer, and medical ser- weather fighter. VA 174 form-
VF 174 redesignatedas
erly was
directory, a base vices
an area. corps
Information guide and Informa- least four time a year Next year the LDO program Attack Squadron'on July 1', Cdr. Donald S. Roars
a dependents'orientation course I960.by the Chief of Naval Operations -
tion on Naval and civilian facnI starts when warrants W 2 (foreground)
I ities. will be conducted in which representatives will apply for selection In fiscal in preparation for the
of the station Commanding 1968. The Medical Ser- squadron's future role of train- Commander Gray A Korean
Information and ReferralThe Officer, Executive Officer vice year Corps' annual recruitment ing replacement pilots in he combat ,veteran assumed com-

Center Will Inform or Chaplain, Legal Officer, bible, from hospital corpsmanand Navy's new A 7A "Corsair II" mand of the squadron in August
or refer service members and dependents I & E Officer, Navy Relief and dental technician to ensign, soon to be delivered tothe squad- 1965! He J how will Join the Staff
,r Red Cross will participate.! of Commander Carrier DivisionSix
to the proper facilityto Is just getting underway: ron.Commander
Ross native of
obtain information on .passport Hospitality Kits September 15 Is the deadlinefor a currently embarked aboard
Nashville, North Carolina is a the USS INDEPENDENCE (CVA-
applications, voting legal the commanding officer to
assistance, (Legal Officer), insurance To insure that all new arrivals send In the warrant application graduate the t'. S. Naval Academy 62)) operating in the. Mediterranean
separation, preparationfor can borrow. those 'nec- a chief petty officer. For a first and served' In the area from 'Seaj; .
retirement career council- essary items of household goodsto class. the deadline is December 1950 to 1954 atNASJacksonville, Commander Ross is marriedto
L ing Veterans, Readjustment allow them to ,live, in",an,unfurnished .1, ,because he.must-wait,for.the )He reEorjsdicLAttac>>;wSiuadrpn: the former MKs.MaulIneBeard'' ;
# Benefits Act" 1966"Cold( War ,/' apartment: or hoUse' results 'of the'August chief's ex- One Seven Four following a tour of Pensacola, Florida Com
, GI Bill), Retlred'Serviceman's",'r'until the arrival''' of their house- ams. Only If he, passes that can of duty as Commanding Officerof mander'and Mrs. Ross reside at
Attack Squadron Thirty Fiveat 4807 Water Oak Lane Jacksonville -
Family, Protection Plan, base
r housing, loans, grants social Continued,/ on Page ,,2 Continued on Page 2 NAS Oceana, Virginia- with their two daughters..A .

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View PointTI1ere's 1 Divine NAS Cecil Services Field Chaplains/ Message



PROTESTANTToday .
nothing more comfoning than a pocketful of money. "STOUTHEARTED MEN"
And there's no question but that it can make all sons of wonderful .
dreams come true. Choir Practice at 7 p.m. By Chaplain William A. Smith

But you ask where's all this "green stuff" coming.from? All Sunday -
right take yourself as an example. You get paid regularly. Your Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. There Is certainly nothing wrong In wanting to gain greater
country has set up different ways for you to save a portion of your Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. strength. In fact the great need of the world today Is for men
pay. So the thing to do, it would seem is set aside a little bit Communion on the first Sun- strong enough morally and spiritually to withstand onslaughtsof
each payday. Put it where It will earn interest. Then sit back and day of the month. the enemies of the Christian faith. Paul adonished the men of
his day to be "Strong In the -'Lord.'
watch the nest egg grow. Soon that pocketful of dreams turns intoa CATHOLIC
bundle of greebacks. Happy day! Courage: has always been one virtue of those who are truly
Daily faithful to God.. Throughout the of
history our country the men
'mm hjy .'? ;r;:: 11:20 a.m. Mass who measured up in true courageous statue have been the .men of

? : Sunday decisive devotion to our Creator.
/ a J1t' 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- Conviction is the "steel" of character for that man whose life
\ $ : :. fessions heard before is held in the hands
a.. ..c"'S/.f.i?, each of a God of moral purpose'and verity. Sucha
... .;'....:,,.': Mass. man Is willing to stand for something In which he believes despitethe
,
.# 1'1f1" JEWISH critical and the scornful. Such a man walks calmy amid the
failing things and the shallowness of the times because of an inward
r ,r. 2 Call Ext. 311 for information strength.

:t .. on Jewish Services.WO Consecration Is a quality of life found ,in the heart of a man who
)a'l .. .. i.; has given up his selfish "freedom" in order to find the freedom
)( ." BIDS in soul through dedication to the will of God. ,
', May we feel Inspired to turn "self" into an instrument through I
,: y ph "' ';;;fr Continued from Page 1 1a which the strength of God can move In the world. Let us seek

..,tJ first class be eligible.If sincerely for the truth and wisdom of God and finding it, reach
: his authorization for advancement out to use it in service and love for humanity. ", >';

1' I 1. to chief is on board
he is eligible for warrant. PassIng Vacation BNblo School Ends : '
But hold the phone a minute. There's more. All the time you're a chief's exam last February : '
saving, building a nice sizable bundle -- with interest -- you're or before Is not enoughhe _. ..... ''Ifl.tr, : .-- r-:5'; :! -_ = .. ..
doing a big service to your country.As must pass the August test. '., ...... --"- : -_..:. 't ..__",. ::
a matter of fact there's legislation now before Congress that When the warrant program was
will ( when it becomes law) make overseas.servicemen an attractive started up again two years ago, ,
offer just for saving money. This goes for all servicemen, but is it contemplated input of 900 ._..
especially appropriate for those serving overseas. applicants a year to be selectedfor
Here's why. five years. There Is no indication -
By putting American dollars into American savings plans servicemen that this number will -
serving overseas are helping Uncle Sam cut his balance of vary.
payments deficit. In other words by your action the outflow of The directive points out that
golf from U. S. to foreign governments in curtailed. this is probably the last chance
Remember, there's nothing more comforting than a pocketfulof for E 8's and E 9's. for
money. And think of the extra service you'll be doing 'your country.. petty officers with between 12 and

\f'Atrwmmm ** *--i 20 years of service, and for men
up to 39'' years of age, to try

I New Cecil ORF ManagerUnderstudying for warrant. r4 L /
As originally set up, the war-
rant progra'Il1' after this coming
his military Incumbent tion, Mr. Lundblom was the pur- group ;of selections next spring, t
( the BOQ Officer at chasing agent for the Composit will be, E 6 and E' 7 with
NAS Cecil Field), H. A. Lund- Recreation Fund at NAS Jack- 12 years or:' less of active dtity 4

blom is, readying himself for the sonville. ,. Y, f,, 4'frond I 29r.year(0Id or. younger. Age
day when managing: the BOO will He is married to the :former "
23 Is the lower limit.
be his job..presently.'Mr.'Lund.. .Doris Bragg of Jacksonville; 15 FAMILY REUNION? Well. ./n :a way li ,was. Thes'e'children/(
blom is.the hew civilian Managerof Flak, where they now make their officer By September should ask, commanding for the Officer (all dependents of NAS Cecil 'Field servicemen)'' have just
the Officer's Recreation home. Selection for completed a week of Vacation Bible School at the Memorial
Battery test
Facility at NAS Cecil Field, a each applicant that he is recom- Cha el.

government position opened clvilianization under. the recent pro-! mending.The This year's Vacation Bible. Into "age grade" classes begin-
1FT test must be given ( some School held at NAS Cecil Field's ning with 3 year olds (Nursery)
gram.
Iiki exceptions are listed in the dir- Memorial Chapel was highly suc up to 10 and 11 yearoldsJunior( )
Mr. Lundblom ective ) on November 15. The cessful. Chaplain William Smith Each class had a different text
is no
strangerto procedure for providing the test said that the program was and studied different concepts of
Naval Life however for he
: Is so arranged that the first class successful due to the number of Christianity.
served 21 In the lie
Navy.
years
falling the chief's won't
exam get children ((103)) participated, Refreshments were served
enlisted in 1934 and was appointedas
the requested OSB test. and that he observed his 18 during a 20 minute break in the
CWO1 in 1943. In 1944
Mr. Lundblom was commissioned Opn Hows* vc 'inteer teachers getting favor- two and a quarter hour classes
the al): i responses from their and were accompanied by games ,
in Supply Corp. He retiredat
the rank of lieutenant in 1954. At VC-4 D. A st Jems."he and songs.
His Naval career includes program began August 8th Last Sunday, during Sunday
service during three wars (Sino- VC 4's Detachment Alpha and ran through August 12th and School services, Vacation Bible
Japanese War ; World War II, held an "Open House" ceremony had tor its theme'Christ and my, School Certificates. were pre-
tA here at NAS Cecil Field last week. Life." Students were grouped25YtoroldQMCAtCtcilFi sented to all participants.
and the Korean War) plus vari-
The Detachment displayed the
ous domestic and
overseas duty
F8C "Crusader" and US2C
stations. "Tracker" aircraft, survivaland I
flight gear, a 20mm cannon .ld ,
When asked about plans for the Hayes Targets a J 57 jet .,
O. R. F., Mr. Lundblom replied, engine and "sidewinder" mis- NAS Cecil Field has a new Chief Casson began his Naval
"We hope to be able in the near siles. Career Counselor. C Quarter career in August of 1958.f Since
future to run a fixed social pro- Lcdr. Walter L. Clarke, officer Master D. W. Casson age 25, that time he has served aboard
gram of events". At present F. in charge inspected the Is here to relieve BMCJames C. the USS Collette (DD730)), the
the O. R. F. is only open for Administrative Division prior to Anglea who is leaving for Head- USS Halsey Powell ( DD686)),
scheduled panics with the exception the Open House activities.Soft quarters MSTSO Saigon Viet- and the USS Ernest G. Small
of the snack bar which drinks coffee cake and nam. (DDR838)). On April 16, 1966
caters to "pool users" on the Ice cream were served. he was advanced to the rate of
week ends. chief. Just seven years and eight
1 months after his initial enlist-
ment. Before the recent time -
Prior to taking his new posl.J H. A. LUNDBLOM a In rate change the minimum

amount of time in service beforeone
.J could attain the rate of chief
IA r-'II'' '' I officer
petty was seven years and.
ru"lTZ1 iJ KNi: two months. '
A native of Anniston,Alabama,
The Afterburner Is a civilian enterprise Chief Casson and his wife now
newspaper make their home here in.Jack
published each
for
Thursday the special interest of 1 sonville
personnel of the U. S. Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, r

Fla. by the Holt Publishing Company, a private lirm.

News material submitted use In the Afterburner must

be forwarded to reach The Afterburner, Box 111, USNAS FAMILY SERVICES CENTER

Cecil Field, Fla., not later than 8 a.m. on the Monday 1 1 Continued from Page 1 .
preceding publication. Items will be accepted by phoneat f
771-3211 ext. 8163. Advertisements are solicited by /LSr be hold available.goods hospitality kits will

the publisher and Inquires regarding advertising shouldbe

directed to:

The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. LCDR. WALTERL.CLARKf / information BrochuresA

Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone 387 4451 Inspects Ltig. Nicholl and the complete inventory of bro-

Administration Division of chures and other information on
VOL. 10 NO. 21 August 18, 1966 VC-4 Detachment/ Alpha, HAS overseas and continental United
Field "Open States Naval Installations will be
Cecil prior to stocked for the of

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Blue-Bolts'"Notes' ", .. 77,000 Shang Landings '>\\t:1 t:1Would :


Double Centurion Plane Captain of the Month you believe that Lt. in'the:importance of theShangriLa's '. ..
w Lt. William M. Ransonbecaim Airman ,Apprentice Craig W. Richard Parkerof Fighter Squadron training period. '.
L a "Roosevelt Double'Centurion" Walker has been selected as the Thirteen,based at NAS Cecil VF -. 13 returned to NAS Ce-.
t last month when he made his squadron Plane Captain of the Field, successfullycompletedthe77,000th cil Field last week from the
'ijfr 200th arrested landing aboard the Month for June. Walker also arrested landing aboard "shakedown" cruise.Lt. .
USS Franklin D.Roosevelt(CVA- receives acommendatonentryin the USS Shangri La last month Parker his wife Patricia,
42)). He was flying a Douglas his services record and is relieved during training exercises off and their two children, Pamela
A4C "Skyhawk". a light jet attack of all military duties Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Well and Mike, presently reside at
aircraft, which is flown by regular liberty hours for one It's true. 4004 Barmer Drive, Jacksonville -
his squadron, VA 172. Lt. month. During a cake cutting cere- Fla. I
Ranson is currently serving as mony in the ship's'wardroom,
Personnel Officer of VA172 Captain A. W. Elliott,Command DOD CASUALTY FIGURES show
LTJG.. "IRON MIKE" HICH- home based at NAS Cecil Field. Buy ing Officer of the Shangri La, 4,440 U.S. military personnellost '
OLL of Cecil Field/ based Since joining the Navy on March congratulated Lt. Parker on his their lives through hostile
VC 4 Det A, Is shown taking .' 3, 1962. Lt. Ranson has logged achievements.. The Captain called actions In Vietnam from Jan. 1', .
the first whack at Hap over 1000 hours of flight time,and Bonds the event"allOthermUetone"in 1961 through July 23, 1966. An '
Hour while his Fellow/ ofJeers has accumulated a total of 236 the history of the proud ship'; additional 24,357 have' been. '
py and he alsoexpressed his belief) .
"". / await a free round: because ,carrier, landings' in his Naval wounded '. ,'\ '

. he wa's wearing his/ career. .' '.
hat for the photograph. .
'
:. : '. : WdkTh Ptaqva Triple Centurion ;' ,"' : : :\) > '...::., ,'..' \'. ', ... ,' ',\i,. .'.." '., :t .,:.,

Ltjg. J. G.. wirer became a % > '
: The Flyers" of VC- "Roosevelt Centurion"last :
"Dragon Triple
,. ;
:, \ 4's Detachment Alpha based at month when he made his 300th : JUST' ; < .
NAS Cecil Field initiated their arrested landing aboard the USS : i' : k. '\ I
"Whack the Plaque programlast Franklin D. Roosevelt. ,lie was ,
week during Happy Hour at also flying an A4C "Skyhawk''. :, '
.
: '.'. the BOQ. The Roosevelt, at ,the time, was Y k.. BEGINNING. :':--.i.l--: -: !
Prior to Imbibing, VC-4 Det operating in the Indian Ocean. ? la' '
\ I.
.. A's Officers get one shot at theplaque Currently serving as Landing : '.. \t
,with hatchet. "Each; plaque Signal Officer of VA 172, Meirer -, ".' : '
shall last.no.longer than two has logged, over 122$ flight ; OR1. >: .. 'it",.q.,..\',,,' "r' ,' ,.*"' i 10. r
;::1 ;, 'ri: '/:. 1r i1,1 .I -- ,
weeks, Lcdr. Walt Clarke, Of hours and has accumulated a total ,4j) ; ; f ) : .
ficer in Charge of VC 4 of 323 carrier landings in his <
Det A, said. In the event the Naval career. ; t. A ..
plaque lasts, longer, mandatory J. ....I."" ', ', (, \/-i1k: >f"'... "

Happy Hour Muster will be held ...' ...... .
I
until the plaque has been completely 152,000th Landing . '

.demolished. Ltjg. Morris Kemple Jr. made ( f4I. 't .

the 152,000th arrested carrier 1'
700 L.nllin.s landing aboard the Attack Carrier
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt last;
While carrier landings hold month while operating In the South
the particular fancy. of Navy Atlantic off the coast of Rio de .
j pilots, they are also of great Janeiro, Brazil.
significance to the ever expanding Kemple, who joined the Navyon (T't'\: '"
breed of Naval Flight July 5, 1960, has logged over I. I' S \;, t
I
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Officers. Lt. Gene, Blair, a 400 flight hours: and has 'accumulated 'rt".. ..,
.
a total of 26 carrier "
Radar Officer in Fighter '
.: Intercept': :
-
:'. ... .' 4Squadron fourteen,, recently, landings ( including' 3 on the. Ro. 1'-
" awn.'/ .completed his 300th landing osvelt). r :
aboard the USS Roosevelt(CV A-
42)).
Lt. Blair is the'RIO Training Sailor of the Month
'Officer in the squadron and his
JUST ; :: It!)irrr/in/. :rt:
many qualifications for the job Petty Officer First Harry G. !!ririlijlilt f ijt urrr7r7.iriiilit
,
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include having logged over.1200 McCauley has been selected as 'i! rla!Ii'lfri 5A Iit
?!
l :rI'i.
,!!(riS't it S't !!: liitrilift7j/ !ji1'iiiii '
Phantom hours. VA 172's Sailor of the Month itI ? : : ::!;. rl.t,
The pilot on this momentous' for June. His selection was an- RETIRING :
occasion was L xlr.: J. R. nounced by his Commanding Officer .
"Smoke" Wilson Jr., who just Cdr. B. A.Nystrom aboard I
I happened to make his 400th carrier the USS Roosevelt. ,'"
landing in the process. Cdr. McCauley was selected froma 7 !
. R. C. Adams, Commanding Officer number of outstanding men ,
I '. of the Tophatters presented who have been examples of ex- ,
r: ,. both with a huge cake to celebrate ceptional performance of duty, ;
r the feat. F,1ghtingfouneen, behavior, and military appear- ;
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,. 'the oldest active operational Naval nace. Along with a commendation -- I
Squadron, is pesentlydeploy- entered in his service record, ,
I ed as a member of Carrier Air he has been relieved of all mili- THIS IS THE HOME S :
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, Wing One aboard the attack carrier tary duties during regular liberty
USS Roosvelt. hours for one month. !
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NATTC. : NARTU News & ViewsLast


Behind spring, as the, U. S. military forces in Southeast Asia were
The SceneBy building up very rapidly, the logistic support facilities in,the Pacific
were faced with a huge task. High priority military air cargo
Idell Fondlngsland piled up in California awaiting shipment across the Pacific while

YN1 Joseph J. Puhlick, Jr., USCG NATTC's only Coast Guard- eastbound military passenger waiting lists in the Philippines
representative, was transferred August 12 to theCoastGuardBaseat Japan, and Hawaii grew longer. !and longer.
Glouester City, New Jersey. ----4 The Commander in Chief U.S. full load of passengers. From
Puhlick has been the Coast Guard Pacific Fleet asked if the Naval
NATTC
representative at since there the planes and crews return -
July 1962 when he was transferred from the Port Isabel Lifeboat Air Reserve Training Command to their home stations.

t Station in Port Isabel Texas. _______________ __""_ could using help Reserve solve training the problemby transport The C 118's load up to 15,000
He was the first Coastguardsman pounds of cargo at Alameda after
and
planes crews.
to receive NATTC's SerYN1 Donald J. Fitchett Is now This initiated the arriving from their home
viceman of the Month award. NATTC's CoastGuard repre- N4 sent Southeast request Asia airlift pre- stations, then proceed to Barbers
pro-
The task has Point, Hawaii then to Wake Island -
gram. placed heavy
$ SAVE $
demands upon the Naval Air Re- Guam and to Cub I Pointin
serve transport capacity and the the Philippines where their
FRED DAVIS -4
commitment has grown con- cargo is unloaded and passengers
BELATED EAGLE SCOUT A- siderably in the jlast year. It taken aboard., typical flight then
I BUICKPONTIACCMCTRUCKS WARD, earned before Jie/o/neJ/ / menat a cutback in some other heads 'for Atsugi i, Japan; Midway

the Navy, was recently presented airlift assignments, but the results Island, and home Alameda
to AA Glenn R. Thompson have been gratifying. by way of Barbers Point.
\r GREEN COVE SPRINGS The final leg of their mission
Both C
a student at AO "A" 54 and C 118
them
returns to their home
School, by Capt. Thomas B. transport aircraft are used by stations. On several occasions
MILITARYAUTO Ellison CO of NATTC. the Naval Air Reserve on these
missions. Because their rangesand these flights have actually landed
I at Saigon and Da Nang in South
LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY sentative. payloads differ the airlifts
Viet Nam. The nine-day trip
* arc divided into two categories;
MONTHLY miles and
POLICIES PAYMENTSNO covers over 20,000
the C 54's Hawaii
fly to and
INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES The Honor Class from Avia- 80 flight hours. Because of the
back, while the C118's travel
tion Ordnanceman School this
distances involved,
great aug
AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 week 616-B. This all the way across the Pacific.
mo.AGE2124SlnKle$12.80 is class Is mented crews 'are assigned to
The C 54's leave their home
the third Honor Class Award for each aircraft. These augmentedcrews
mo. this class. AA R. A. Bensonof stations and proceed to theNavalAir consist of four officers
Meets State and Base Requirements class 626-A is the AO Hon- Station Alameda,California and six enlisted crew members.
where they load 5,000 pounds of
Robert Travis I Associates IRC. orman. and Since these flights began abouta
for
depart Barbers
cargo
i Class 622 is the Honor Class year ago, the Naval Air Reserve -
NAS 1st Office N. of Gate. 6483 Roosevelt Blvd 388-3583 from Aviation Electrician's Mate Point Hawaii. The crew remains has written an impressive
USNS -Maypoft, lax Beach. 1127 N. Third St.fAlA)246-6421) School. overnight to rest and then record of participation. More
returns to the west coast with a

__:----o-oo____'_'_'_'_'_'__;._;.';_ 'o.xooyooyyOO.YN.----t__""' '''''''''''''''''',"",.-"",_SY'S:: '''- ........-....._..,;a.<...:>O-A-w'\o('r................\.._.._.._--------- ....'.-..;.-.:..._:._:.-.:_..:.._:..:...:.._:...:.....:..-...:...-........................................;..;_>..;yOO...._..._"-::"<_<._.9.....-,1_.....!;.!;.._;...'_;O;' .-.._..<<_aa a_.__ ___ than servists 1000 have Selected volunteered Air Re-to

f make the missions and many have
1f flown several round trips.
I As of April 1,194 flights were

f. H. TODAY :: completed, involving 10,000
flights hours, over 23 million
I passenger miles and more than
'five million cargo ton miles!

.'. .,.. .', .. .... These figures give some Idea
: k. \. .. \ C of the vital service to the South-
I j. 'h',' '/ 'J east Asia effort provided by Naval '
!!" ".: I, h' .. Air Reserve pilots and air
.
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: : ; : '
i Jacksonville \
\
: ., : ,: : .F : crew personnel.
!::: \ ..' I., : '
'' J"' ,,,t; \ 'J' These flights occur three to
I f ,; '\1 ,. : ,::. -. "t' four times week.. Approximately -
3/4 of the officers and 2/3

'11 :. '. : ,,, of the enlisted men making the
:
trips have been civilian reservists -


I 1--1has: a brand new place .1 full -scheduled the time many air, active augmented flights stations.As to dutypersonnelfrom occur as. by possibleare while some


{
:::: transport squadrons ate on their
.>..>. &' annual two weeks active duty
) for training periods, thus'allow-

:: > *. ing more reservists to parti
.: where cipate. Nevertheless, 2/3.of
,..
{;: youcan the., C 118 flights and 1/5 of

iJ'4r ,' the C 54 flights have been'
flown
by reservists during periods -
other than their annual active
< duty periods. This is possible

1-' borrow I because selected air reservists
money volunteer for temporary active

.. duty flights.long enough to make the

:0:01- j,' ..,.''f' ::.j: Plans call for continuation of
'"-: .J" 1"' the airlift support program for at
w. ., S least another year. Nineteen
) v }
-:
IrY r r' Reserve transport squadronswill
perform their annual two
week active duty almost back-to-
back at Barbers Point, Hawaii,

1 When money problems trouble you, don't so many convenient Seaboard offices all 21 six at at Alameda Los Alamiros; California, California.; and

r, worry, see Seaboard. Seaboard rents money across the United States and Canada..: Naval Air Reserve "weekend"

{ -and in the newest nicest place in town. Warriors" of NARTU's VS-741
j Even if you don't need some extra money cruised for two weeks aboard the

Y ou'lllike Seaboard. The folks are friendly right now, we'd appreciate your dropping in U. S. Naval Air Station at Guan-,

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Features Of The Federal : . DID YOU KNOW....... I

Women Cain: Training Requirements Youngest General CounselThe

Salary & Fringe Benefits Act
I number;of women in Federal Federal employees trained by, The youngest general counsel I
*jobs paying $10,000 or more .s'in, or through a non-Government in the Federal Government is
When President Johnson signed the Federal Salary and Fringe has increased 26 percent since facility are required to continue 31-year-old Philip F. Zeidman _
Benefits Act of 1966 into law on July 18, he said: President Johnson took office. their Government service for at of the Small Business Adminis-
"There is no more important work than that performed by the least three times. the length.. of.' tration. lie recently received the"
men and women who have made public service their life's career. such training. "Younger Federal Lawyer A- '
We must attract and retain the talent and excellence needed to 90% Have Ins. ward" for 1965 from the Federal
conduct the complex affairs of Government. This means fair and Bar Association. Mr. Zeidman
Just\ compensation for Fedeal employees." About 2 million employees or Retirement was appointed General Counsel of
The President expressed con- about 90 percent of those eli- SBA last January at age 30.
cern that the July effective date .- Uniform allowances are>> in- gible are covered by the group About 2.3 million Federal erne!'
of the new pay scales is six creased. health: benefits program. ployees or about 91 percent of t .', ; ,.... '
months earlier that he had of all Government employees are
pro- Widows and widowers pre- *,.
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under the' Civil Service Retire-' 34 Million Miles' '
posed* Since the civilian pay sent'''and future members of the {
bill also controls the effective Civil Service Retirement System Ratio Stays Same < ment System. *
date of the recently passed pro- who die in service or after V Since introduction of ballpoint
vision for military pay, he said, ,retirement will continue to receive The proportion of 76 percentmen Professionals Top TraineesOf pens In. post offices ten years>>
the.' result of the July 1 dateis their survivor annuitiesIf and 24 percent women in ago, 26 million refills capable of
; an addition of almost halfa they remarry'at or after age the Federal service has remained the 509 people who received 'writing 34 million miles of well-
billion dollars to the Fiscal 60. Also, survivor annuities about the same for several>> years. training in non-Government inked line have been purchased
Year 1967 budget.$ will be restored for these future facilities in.exc s's, of 120 days:: for postal u.e.
"I intend to exercise all of widows and widowers if during' 1964, the bulk of them,
my powers to hold spending to they remarry under age 60 and Long Life ;375 ((74 percent), were employedas The 2.4 million refills ordered
a level consistent with fiscal responsibility the -subsequent marriage endsin scientists and engineers: or for 1966 a re expected to take care
," he added.. "For annulment, divorce, or The Post Office Department's :as technicians who provided support of the year's estimated 3.1 mil-
one thing, I will actively con- death. more than 35 million mail bagsof to scientists and engineers. lion miles of addressing :about
tinue to search for every econ -- Widows and dependent widowers 21 types and sizes average the distance traveled by
omy possible: in every Federal of Federal employees who about 15 years' service before The' next largest group, 63' astronauts Gordon Cooper and
program." died or retired prior to Oct. needing repairs,and additional: ((12 percent),. occupied executive Charles Conrad iff their 8 day
Key features of the new law: 11,- 1962, will get a 10 per- years ,after their battered or administrative }positions Gemini 5 flight
-- 1.8 million salaried workers, cent increase in their annui- bottoms have been given a new
including postal employees, ties. lease on life. _
receive salary increases aver-
aging 2.9 percent.
-- Employees aged 55 with 30 r *
years of service, or employees BIG CHIEF :. an I
aged 60 with 20 years of Of
service, have the option to retire TIRE CO.. .r
on full annuity
-- The Government's contri-
bution to health insurance pre-
miums Is increased to $1.62 ALL
bi-weekly for employees enrolled $ .
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; 795 \
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ror1self-and-family.
SIZES Pius Tex '
-- Health benefits for unmarried
children as family membersare '
extended up to age 22. 52.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS :-

-- Survivorship children benefits attending for unmarried NO DOWN PAYMENT. ,NO PAYMENTS,FOR 6 WEEKS

school are extended up to age x: WE, FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC

22. FREE Balance & AlIgnment.With.Purchase of 4 Tires I
for Classification
-- Overtime pay A".a
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Act and i ;
employees pos-
SPEED
EQUIPMENT i
tal supervisors is liberalized. w a.I -I i
Most Classification Act employees I- line of (
will get overtime pay 1 Complete Mrs Wheels Tichomatersl
for all work in excess of 8 '
ii Slicks Chrome
hours a day.Classification. | Pipes Floor Shifts ,
-- Act and blue- BENNY SUGGS. Cdr. Lou Clarrocca, Asst. OAR Officer,
collar workers will receive a recently presented beneficial suggestion checks to two O&R BIG CHIEF TIRE CO. ;

25 percent pay differential for employees! In the top picture, Gladstone 'H. Menzie of.Shop }
Sunday work. 6000 receives a check for $545, for suggestion for a "''cycllnd- 5444 Normandy 6207 Roosevelt 2809 Mayport Rd. I
-- The maximum dollar rate for Aero. fromAtlantic Vi mil from mU. from !
er head removal bar" which will' save the government an estimated Mlllo Main Cat Main Catt ;
overtime pay is now based on 137,740. In the bottom picture, Anthony J. Lukaszewskl .
the first rate of GS-10 rather ti
than the first rate of GS-9. demonstrates his suggestion for "770 conductor extension
cables". He received a check for' $500 with his{ suggestion fI s
Employ* Help that will bring an estimated savings of $9485 and other Intangible ,I

Exceeds. CostReduction benefits. :.i i IJII( Get the -.sl..1. r :


GoalThe 'I.r I
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Individual employee, pro-
perly motivated toward making fV
improvements in his job, repre- AUTO LOAN
sents one of the most valuable
assets in any organization's cost : ,
reduction effort. : ;: 1. The credit union offers an i
For the Fiscal Year 1966, the 4 i' r 4, / r :: almost unbeatable rate, with : :
Department of Defense set cost t :: MO extra charges. r
reduction goal of $1,600,000 for 13 r "
the Overhaul and Repair Dept. 2. Your sales contract won'tbe :
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: sold anybody else.
atNASJax. Capt.Thomas Washington ... n %+!*7;;' '. to :
Jr.,O&R Officer,recently Y L1 f: 3. You can refinance without
reported by that$717,477.Beneficial this figure. was exceeded ; penalty. .

suggestions contri- 4. Life Insurance (max. $5,000)) :
buted $236,271 of this savings, : on every eligible loan without ..:
while $1,671,011 were recurring .: added charge. :. .
savings which related directlyor
Apply today at
your
employees' sug-
indirectly to

gestions.Capt., Washington, in extending Be creativeWrite : ..)'. ... e

a "well done" to all employees, :
added, "We are looking forwardto f Feder&wviruHio :
Jayc tftivy
achieving new heights in the Your Own Want Ad 3 Lines Only $2.00
1967. The
current Fiscal Year
benefits to be achieved are the #
sum of many ideas, large and
small and most Important, they : :
the extra effort of individuals ; JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26
represent who find their Jobs :: Tel. 184-4727 or Tel. SP '7.3277 or
challenging individuals who are Bate Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205

not indifferent to waste or tnefffclertcy. -. '. ,,. .' '. .. ... . . .. e < .. flours:.Mon,f,/. 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Fri. 8:30-3:00
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the Armed Forces Management Associationlast last week by residents of the Married Enlist.
i; '. ,' ., ,: week were Capt. Martin J. Stack, CO, ed Men's Quarters when an A-4 Crusader rolled /-
'" ",," : '' 1'' :' NAS; Cmdr. S. R. Morelewskl/ HAS Admin down the streets in front of their homes.
::' Some days you get more than one smile. Two, maybe Officer; and Lcdr. R. S. Purvis, HAS Public The aircraft was headed for its home-base at
f. three. Not Affairs Officer. Accepting their applicationsis Cecil Field after O&R repairs at HAS Jax,
that we're
funny people. When it comes to Walter F. Hamilton (far left), Chapter 40 and its wingspan was just a bit too wide for
making loans, we're pretty serious. For example, if Membership Chairman. the'main/
you need money to pay bills..to meet personal prob,
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Check your first aid kit and buckets, mops and old rags and
i make sure it's complete. Ster- towels handy. If the force of
jjq ilize your bathtub, sink, bottles, the winds start driving rain into
pans and everything that will hold the house under doors and win-
water -- then fill them all up dows, stuff as many rags and towels -
with water in case a line should as you can at the bottomsof
break or power goes off at the the cracks, wringing them out
( .q f main water supply. often. .

4 When It Starts If You're Evacuated
\UIPd 0
When the blow begins, open a
I., window or door on the oppositeside If you're evacuated to a shelter, '
: .- ; of the house from which remember that they only have a
the wind is blowing. Air pre- minimum of service. Take your
ssure can build up inside the own pillows, blankets, drinking
house to the point where it'll cups, food that can be prepared
literally blow up if you don't without cooking,and medications.
haw something
Mother Nature's wickedest reciprocal basis. Names are to have a portable radio with open. After the'storm, don't touch a
daughters are preparing for their substituted for fresh batteries. Also, don't for- has
every tropical Every hurricane an "eye"at loose or dangling wires, but report
annual fling now that their"com- disturbance which has a major get to have enough batteries on the center,which is completely them to authorities. Don't
ing out" season makes its ap- ,effect on the United States, in hand to supply your flashlights.In calm, so when the winds die step into puddles where wires
pearance each year between June which case the name of the mal- all probability, electric power down, don't go outside. It's liable may be grounded. Watch out for
1 and November 30, within which icious madam is retired for 10 will fail during a hurricane.In to, pass over very quickly, snakes which may have been .
time the ladies of the notorious years. spite of the tremendouswind catching you when the winds come driven in by flood waters. And, ,.
clan do their best to reck havoc Record Setters speeds inside a hurricane, back suddenly in the opposite don't go sightseeing into areas
galore among residents of the the body of such a storm always direction from which they were hard hit by the storm; there'llbe '
Carribbeaif Atlantic coasts. Winds in hurricanes have been moves slow, so you',ll have plenty blowing only a few minutes be- enough confusion for the clean-
Although they spend most of recorded at speeds higher than of time to make preparations. fore. Don't use the telephone Ing-up parties as It is. Instead,
S'S S their debute season in quiet repose 175 m.p.h. (Hurricane Clara, except for emergencies.Make start policing your own hon1e.There'll ;.
Debris
"' seemingly making plans for Texas and Louisiana coasts in Flying DangerousOne be plenty of cleaning up1';'.
; I the destruction of mankind and September 1961)) but even this of the greatest dangers sure you have,,plenty of for you to do *1
his works, when the :naught cannot be completely accurate during a hurricane Is flying debris -
r ladies stan kicking up their since the high winds often dis- so begin your preparations
' heels -- fortunately, only one- able wind-measuring equipment. outside of the house. Bring 'in
F r. at-a-time, usually -- they really everything that could possibly
$. know how to kick, losing all semblance Project/ Storm fury blow away, and that probably
,' of ladylike manners and This year, the Navy is once includes everything except the
cavorting like a clever, unpredictable again joining forces with the Air family auto. It doesn't matter
,,: herd of mastadons on Force and Weather Bureau in a whether you want to keep those
; the rampage through field nicely studious game of tag with the items which are outside or not, 1K
r stacked with hay. blustery belles. Working under but It's better to bring in those
;, Why Women's Homes? the name of Project Stormfury, pieces of old lumber, toys the -- QED Kr
:' aircraft will be flying around, kids have busted and such thanto
P f. They're given names, accord- over and into the hurricanes in-' have one of them come fly- ,
ing to the National Geographic vestigating the feasibility mod- ing through your picture windowto r
Society, in order to avoid errorsin ifying clouds tropical storms. hit someone in the head.
the transmission of vital Information Take down those TV anten-
between widely 'scat Precautions For You nas, too, and put up storm shut
tered stations, ships at sea and Perhaps someday science will ters if you have them, Tapeor i t
r hurricane-hunting planes that fly be able to, control the worst 'of board up all windows and glass,
into the center of storms, as what Nature breeds; but, in the doors to reinforce them against
well as to'reduce confusion if meantime, it would pay to know wind pressure.
two or more hurricanes occurat what to do in case of a hur- Check Supplies iW&&W1'C
the same time. ricane. There are certain pre-
What Is the reason for wo cautions which should be taken Inside the house, check your
t I men's names? Who knows -- before one of the tropical dis supplies.. You'll need plenty of
: it could be because of their turbances hits,and one could very canned goods and fresh foods that
"naughtiness"; but it's probably likely hit the area you're in nowDon' won't spoil easily since you may OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM o
because a young-at-heart and be a long while without refrig- Q. SUHDAY8:30AUliOOP.H.. c: '
romantic weather man thought it / Panic/ eration. Don't plan on going 3O TJi 'i.
was a nice idea. The first thing to rememberis down to the corner market after THIS COUPON WORTH SOt OFF O

Semi-Permanent Roster not to be overconfident of the big blow is over to get the C..,) Oi A Cir Wish Air Diy Extol W d.. z:
your' safety in a hurricane -- things you need, either; the cor- .
Whatever the reason, a semi- DON'T PANIC. Local weather ner market keeps its things fresh EVERY WED. IS IARGAIN DAY$1.25
permanent roster of four sets bureaus always issue Instruc- through refrigeration, also, and
of names for hurricanes was introduced tions and periodic reports over chances are that most of their FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED
by the Weather Bureauin the radio and TV before and dur- food supplies may have been WITH CAR wASN,
1960, intended for use on a ing such storms, so it would pay ruined by the wind and water.
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to their new' grades from Mo// Speed F. Shea, right, are, from
left, GySgt. F. W. Mortimer, SSgt. R. H. Dixon, SSgt. G. R.
Lerke, SSgt. B. D. Reeder, III and SSgt. J. G. Addington. Ma//
Shea, Aviation Det. Executive Officer, conducted the ceremonies -
in his office at Det. headquarters.CRISWELLTIREOJC..



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., Your U.S.Royal I Tire Dealer da's only Marine Helicopter Squadron, HMM-765 land combat ready Marines anyplace in the
of the Marine Air Reserve. The "Citizen Marines" world. Last year Florida's only Marine Helicopter '
I are performing their annual combat readiness Squadron, HMM-765 of the Marine Air Re.
training here through Aug. 20. serve, trained aboard the USS GUAM.
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VALUES!! : MCR Unit Here
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ti. Medium Helicopter Squadron aboard the USS GUAM, mens in flying and operating
an as-
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for their annual two weeks of evaluation cruise.
:: Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Money Back! :: :: combat readiness training early HMM 765 received high praise For the next two weeks the
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vidual conibat abilities.
contact., officer or send name NId Marines are Rifleman first and

LIKE NEW USED TIRES rV { address. .aid.$$5.00: J. w. ANDREWS, TREASURER, with specialists this tradition second., the In keeping Marine

r;: ,ALL 'FIRST LINE :: } JAX NASA, P. 0. BOX 7303, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 32210. Reserve helicoptermen fired
r:: ALL ONE PRICE ;::;:: 1:: their M 14 rifles for qualification -
'rr, MOST SIZES IN STOCK at Camp Blanding Monday
\" 1 First name, initial, last name (please print) Homes phone morning, August 8th. The
afternoon was spent firing theM
<:<: $1250Above :::1 : Home address, city, state I 60 machine: gun. All heli-
copter crewman must qualifiedat
Camp Blanding Monday morn-
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:: See detailed( news story on Page One of the copter crewman must qualify
:, Prices Include Balancing ti: JAX AIR NEWS with the M 60. This is the
that has
weapon proved so suc-
.>: cessful as protection for the
tr.1 'copters in Vietnam. Each

Only CRISWELL TIRE ::r}:0'-':,. Husfaoj( ." "'" one"bird"on each is armed side.with two M-60's.,

All officers and Staff Non -

Has {rr.::!:, MOBILE HOMES INC 'I' the Commissioned 38 and 45 Officers caliber will pistols.fire

Thrqjj! :-.:.' Pilots and crewman will attenda
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USJtopT '. PRESENTSINSTANT to teach escape methods in
'r case the helicopter crashes at
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sea.Search and Rescue missions,
Certified external cargo carriersand pro-
t, $ .ce&i' 4!, NEW MOON. tective escort by jets are all
; j 1 scheduled to keep the Marine Air
Wheel pou &t and Reservists busy and combat
hQmrn() $ ready.
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,, Alignment :Ii................:.eo( Excellent Buys On Used Coaches serve with the Florida HelicopterUnit
Sergeant: Sally Lynn
1 Bank Rate
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LAKf SHORfILQNDING 3312 PHILIPS HIGHWAY posts in the supply department.
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August 78, 1966
JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBU RNER Pay .9

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MOVIESMovies .. :. '::.. .. Club Schedules

at the WAS Sax Theatre : :

will be shown regularly at 6 and .NASJAX
USO NOTES 318 North Ocean
a.AAds
8:15 p.m., Monday through
Street This week's special
Saturday. In addition to the "
0"
CLUB
-John Arnold Four
evening shows there events at the usa include Thur:5day's : :
two will bea
will be entertaining at the club free Refreshment Night.
matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur-
and this Friday night. Saturday'sdance Friday is titled the Friday Night
day, Sundays Theatre holidays.will The music will be by Johnny Special and this Saturday is for shfuld be mailed to the Holt Publishing' Company,
Hospital have one Jelinek. Tuesday is Foreign all those who have birthdays in 1950Bl4ndinfl Blvd J cJrsonville, Florida 32210. to arrive
weekly feature at 7 p.m. Dish Night featuring gourmet August. Prizes and refreshmentswill not late than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows treats from many lands. The be held the Grace day. Ads; arriving too late for this deadiine:! 'ivill be published
the week 5:30 at Chapel the foliating week ,unless the
during at and 8 gourmet treat for this Tuesdays Parish. publishers 'instructed other-
p.m. Matinees will be shown I German. Family wise. A check or money order for the'full cost of the ad must
Night will
on weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. be on Wednesday, featuring all HAS CECIL be received WITH the copy for th.e'i d.

Thursday, August 18 the fried chicken you can eat EM CLUB Tonight is game DO NO*SEND CASH

NAS "Madame X" with'Lana and an evening of musical entertainment night. The Special Dinner will RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . .' .. .. .$2.00

Turner and'John Forsyth. Beef out eater's on the Night club'spatio. ,is be Rib and Eyd Saturday Steak, musicalenter-for $.75. Friday Per additional. (line ((4 words per line). . ,. .oisO:

Hospital "Cleopatra" with on Thursday served buffet style. tainment by the "En Crowd."

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard CPO CLUB Dancing this Friday Sunday, music provided by the SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn
Burton. will be to the Bud Clark "Rhythm Kings. Monday and APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN
C. Field-UAgent For HA.R.M"with Combo, and Tuesday' Happy Hour 6:30-7:30 Jacksonville and Mayportareas. TOMES, ORANGE PARK REAL-
on
Saturday John
Wendall Corey and Barbara Military Background TY, 264-2411
Arnold the
Four will provide the p.m. Wednesday, featuring would be A
helpful.
Bouchet. very rewarding -
dance tunes. Mark Castle will music of Dick Widon and "The
career possible for the
Friday, August 19 appear on Sunday. Thursday Moderns" with Happy, Hour, Right Man.: Write to the Regional EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD
there will be 6:30 7:30 ING Furniture
a Teen Dance on p.m. Industry located
Director P.O. Box 13177:
NAS "The Lost Command" the Patio featuring the "Misun- CPO CLUB Friday's featureis Orlando, Fla. 32809 ; in Lexington, N. C. For details
with Anthony Quinn and Alain derstoods." a Lobster and Shore Dinner, write or send post card -to J. C.

Delon. also.music provided by the two WILLIAMS, personalHECKMAN .... .
Hospital "Madame X" with ACEY DUCEY CLUB Town popular bands of "Mark Castle" REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION CABINETS$, Pickard Circle,
Lana Turner and John Forsyth.C. Cryers will provide musicon Sat and "Bill Bents." Saturday's advice. 7 days a week. Lexington, N. C. All inquires
Field "Move Over Dar- Red urday Coats and March Wilson and the entertainment will be providedby Homes for sale, '$100 Down. answered.
will
ling" with Doris Day and James entertain Sunday. the sounds of the "DannyHigh[ Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- ORANGE PARK 2BR APT. -

Garner. BLUEJACKETS INN March Band" with a special 12 oz. also Homesite Lots, Acreage, Furn or Unfurn, bit In elect. ,
Wilson and The Redcoats will "T" Bone Steak Dinner for$1.65 Investments. WALTER T.BOWEN Kitchen, A/C "No lease re-
Saturday, August 20 be providing the dance music Sunday features a Fried Chicken Reg. ,Broker .USN Retired. quired" 2646884.

NAS "The Longest Day"with this Thursday. Appearing at Dinner for $.85 children, $.50. :384-1376
the Club on Friday will be Phil Monday, bar open. Tuesday, bar
John, Wayne, Henry Fonda ORANGE PARK RENTAL -- :3
Cay and the "Chantels". On open. Wedesnday Game Night
and Robert Mitchum. BR unfurn house. Nr. Schools.
SINGERS FOR $15 ,
Saturday March Wilson and the commencing at 7:45 also
p.m.
"The. Lost Com- 5 min. NAS 264 6884
Hospital SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN
Redcoats Steak for
will be playing for featuring a Dinner $,65.
mand' with Anthony Quinn and your entertainment. Phil Cay Storage, good condition, fully
Alain Delon.C. and the "Chantels" will Club electric, does everything complete FURN HOUSE' FOR RENT-
provide NotesA
Field "Stop the World, music Sunday afternoon and with attachments.: Yours for 2BR, Lrg. living room; Nice
I Want To Get Off" with Tony ing. The Holidays will play even on special meeting of the Jax storage charge; Only $15 cad yard; $65 mo. 7813170.: ;
Tanner and'Millicent Martin
Monday and Tuesday is the night Officers Wives Club Board was Call warehouse, 353-1946, will

Sunday, August 21 for the Loose Ends. Game nightis held on Wednesday August 10, deliver Machine, no obligations.. A-I Sewing WANTED: RETIRED NAVAL
every Wednesday.COFFEE at the NAS Jax Officers Club Company.NO Personnel, to train as managerfor
NAS "Days of Wine andRoses" with Mrs. D. W. Kellerman pre- large: National Food Chain.
. with Jack Lemmon and siding., QUALIFYING: :JBR, 1 1/2 Call 724 6387.: Also part-time
.. Lee Remick. Hospital "The Lost Command" Protestants and Catholics will a "kick-off" coffee to be back porch, $88.10 mo. DUKE
with Anthony' Quinn and sponsor a "Coffee and DonutSocial" held on September 7. Mrs. R. LOSTUMBO. BKR. 7710374.:
Alain Delon. on Sunday after the 9, V. Berry, Chairman of the an- FOR SALE: ..1955 CHEVROLET.
C. Field 'ICleopatra" with '9:30 and 11 a.nv services in the nual Fall Charity presented ten- RE POSE SS IONS FOR CASH57 V 8, Shtick,: new paint never.. .r r
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Malnside chapels. The refresh- tative plans for a"Roaring'20's" Chevrolet wagon$27o: tires, exceptional mech. cond.
Burton.. ments will be served on the Party scheduled for October 15. 59 Ford - - $125 3888479.

Monday August 22 veranda connecting the two chap Mrs. H. F. Bryant announcedthe 59 Chevrolet$175
,
els. 'All, are invited to attend, formation of a new bowl- 58 Mercury - $125 MOVING: MANY ITEMS, GIVE
NAS -. "Marriage On the and Waves and enlisted men are ing league. The teams will meet 58 Dodge - -:- -$185! away prices, clothes, toys, furn. .
Rocks" :with Frank Sinatra and particularly welcome. on Mondays at the NAS Lanes. ,,59 Plymouth Wagon '- .- $225 Call 771-6510.
Dean Martin. 61 Plymouth 2 DR .- $275
Hospital "Days of Wine and 59 Rambler Wagon --- $365 COUNTRY HOME FOR SALE --
Roses" with Jack Lemmon and 55 Buick Like New$375 3/4 acre on Hiway 224 Nr. Doc-
Lee Remick.C. 59 Edsel Wagon Brand new tors Inlet 3BR. $6500. Can be L
Field "Madame X" with ,c tire-------------- :$375 financed. Phone anytime 264-
Lana Turner and John Forsyth. 6311 Beach Blvd. 724 7225 6049.
S Ask for MR. REDDEFFICIENCY
Tuesday, August 23 FOR SALE '65 RAMBLER: AMER.

NAS "A Thousand Clowns"with APT. FURNISHED Exc. cond., $150.00 and takeover
Jason Robards and Barbara all utilities, 4339: TimaquanaRoad. payments, 60.91. After 6
Harris. p 388 9725 Sat. & Sun. p.m. 771-3304.

Hospital "Marriage On The weekdays
VP-83 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Rocks" with Frank Sinatra and P.M.RETIRING '
Dean reunion to be held at Pehsacola,
Martin.
'C. Field "The Lost Com- -i: WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS? Fla., 15-16: Sept. .'66. For details -

mand" with Anthony Quinn and Then consider 'owning a franchise contact: R. R. Fluck, 319
Alain Delon. '. the surest and safest way. 32505.Calhoun Ave., Pensacola, 'Fla.,

Wednesday, August 24 We can recommend many from PAY CLOSING COST & ASSUME

NAS "Bambi"Animated Walt $1000 to more than$50,000. Come notes. Beautiful 2 story all
Disney Feature. and see us. No obligation, andit extras. 6818 Azul Ct. 771-
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Barbara Harris.C. TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS,
Field "The Longest Day"with Write or phone Typists, Key punch operators;,

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I j.. : ; '.;,\:.;A?;.::A.t:,',. ..'.' Ii :. Navy Sporting Scene; : ',,:, :" .'h'j. : ?/ \ Whistling/ .


4'. ANNAPOLIS MD .. A to Alabama with a 53 5 2 Tri-Club Schedule '
l recent survey compiled by Harvey mark for the period. TheRigging;
Kirkpatrick, Sports Informa- S5555 Aug. 21-- All classes Including -
tion Director at Utah State University Finishing the baseball season Cruisers, Florida Yacht ,
rates Navy 26th among the for Navy as one of the top collegiate Club By Lt. P. E. Jhibodeau
country's leading collegiate football batters was regular third Sept. 11 -- All classes, including -
teams in won lost percentage baseman Al Lemerande.final Cruisers, Florida Yacht As we approach the end of There seems to be some mis-
over the past six fall campaigns .372 average placed him 46th Club. the Tri Club Sailing Series for understanding among the mem-
From 1960 66, the in the nation. Besides being selected .. the Summer, the Navy Jacksonville bership on this. If you are a new
Middies have won 37, lost 20 as a first team All -Ea$i Sept. 25 Florida Yacht Club Sailing Club seems to pre- member or are contemplating
: and, tied three for a .642 per choice, Lemerade led Navy in Stars, Thistels Pelicans,Cruisers dominate the list of top point joining the club and unless you
I centage. Only Syracuse, ((17th) runs ((15)), hits ((29)), extra base winners. The top four in each can pass the basic sailing test,
and Penn State ((19th) ranked hits ((9)) and runs batted in ((14)). Navy Jax: O'Days, Rhodes class are as follows: BANTAMS, you must take this series of
ahead' of Navy in the classification Only a sophomoreNavy for Bantams, Gannets, Opne Sail- Lou Caron 42,J.D. Forest2614Jim ,lessons ,before you can becomea
.of major Eastern Independents. ,big things from the Westminister, fish, Multi Vulls. Glisson 23 1/4 Cathy member All of you club
Calif indielder his next two Oct. 9 -- FYC: FYC classes Griffith 14, GANNETS, Paul members who haven't taken the
The top spot on; the list belongs years. Overton 21, Jim Pantano 15, test, must do so before you will
NJSC: NJSC classesOct. Charge, Eastham,, 12 .1/4, Bill be allowed to take a boat out.
23 -- FYC: All classes Scronce 9. OPEN. Don Manley Also,'you must have one of the new
WESCONNETT, FURNITURE eO. Nov. 6 -- FYC:" FYC classes (RC) 15 1/5 Henry Hull (FYC) NSJC Membership Cards for
NJSC: NJSC classes 11 1/4, Frank Dybdall (NJSC) proof of your sailing rating.
Nov. 20 -- FYC: All classes 9 3/4, Frank Alcorn (FYC) 6- Coming up over the Labor -
r IS USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW Dec. 4 -. FYC: FYC classes 12. The next race Is this week- Day week end are two regattason
NJSC: NJSC classes end at the Florida Yacht Club the 4th and 5th September
ADDING MACHINES Dec. 11 Sail off attheNavy with races for all classes. will be their annual Labor Day
i NEW DESKS I It. Jacksonville Sailing Club., The August issue ,of Yachtinghas Regatta. This is a huge affair
t. ..tM-:' two items in the Nonh Florida with boats from all over Florida
NEW & USED TV SETS
column by Frank True which ,turning out Several of the
I FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse! t I Wafer Pollution/ I\ mentions the NJSC. I'm not Bantam skippers are planning to
EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. '7pm. too sure as to how Frank got that attend this. On' the 6th, the
The Game and Fresh Water second item, about the club being Rudder Club is hosting their
Fish Commission has reportedthat open to civilians, think that,he annual Labor Day Regatta at
5326 WEST CONNETT BLVD.AT 103RD 771-0750 water pollution killed at least must have misinterpreted some- the Rudder Club In Orange Park.
45,115 fish in Florida last year. thing in the columns I sent him. With"the right timing, you could
Approximately one half of the Anyway the club and it's mem- make both affairs: for a full
fish were game fish; one half bers are on the map nationally.The week end of sailing.
were classes as forage or rough sailing classes got off to With the next two races being
I : RETIRING FROM SERVICE? fish. All could have provided a good start with about 12 people held at the FYC and includingthe
:5. better fishing in 1966. showing up for the first one. Cruiser class, it looks like
t I'll be racing the OLD COVE.At .
\ the start of the Fall series,
{k t ; the WHISTLER will be back in

S ; 4iiC action as.my regular boat. She's
You
can earn ) sailed all Summer under the hand
of several different skipper but
C TAKE OUT ORDERS DSNING ROOM
hasn't done too well. The old
more #;'c.;' PREMIUM BEER'CIIOICE CUT STEAKS clunker takes a bit of getting used
$10,000 a or
year ITALIAN SANDWCUES SPAGHETTI to as she has her idiosyncracies. -
.
I see that a new Bantam Class
.1 has been formed In Miami. We'll
and
L-:.*..-*w,'tfnJr own your .own. **fy,; ; "PIZZA... have to Invite them specificallyto
: our Navy Day Regatta so that
.1 our specialty"the we can look them over for next
,
:: .' In Heart or Cedar Hills year' competition. The fleet
S
I'k'< business! I captain Is the past Fla. State

I ,. ,.,' FRANK DERICKSON RB Champ, Jim Church.
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been
SALTY SEZ They's a
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I' ,.' '. 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771 0170 lot o arguin lately 'bout the

I!! .Ever' thought, how good It would be to own. your own business -. :_-- Rules observance durin o the the Trl-Club NAYRU Races.It Racin.

I ". seems ter me as this I is sorta
: ..,-' ,and profit by your own efforts and decisions? silly. The rules is laid down

fer ye ter race by an if'fn ye
You can do just that with a Texaco Dealership. Asa see someone breakin' em, ye

V !< must protest 'em. T'ain't hardly
I .:Texaco Dealer, you're In business for yourself with -c As V fair any other way. If'fn yer

goin' ter protest only iffn ye
every prospect of a better-than-average income.: Many ::,!'( think ye'll get caught we might's
i. ;. well throw out the rule book anmakeup
our own set o rules,
Texaco Dealers make $10,000 or more a year.
or just run a free-for-all.. It
sorta makes me steam when a
Previous service-station experience is not necessary. feller breaks the rules and then

ain't a good enough sport ter
Texaco trains you with 4-week paid training program admit it and disqualify himself.
-r Nuf said?
and specialized' on-the-job training. Texaco backs you Answer to Last Week's Ques-
si tion. There are four Funda-
:
-P right' from the start with merchandising help, with mental.Rules, 1. a windward
Yacht shall keep clear of a lee-
I I ward yacht, 2. a yacht clear
that In
promotions bring customers. : .
astern shall keep clear of a yacht
,- clear ahead, 3. a yacht which
: You'll be surprised at how small an Investment it takesto
establishes an overlap to lee-
ward shall allow the windward
secure a Texaco Dealership. Financial assistance Is yacht ample room and oppor-

tunity to keep clear, and duringthe
S ,available If needed. : .. i,:,.:, t ( ',j ., .S5. existance of that overlap the
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''i' v Some people don't need auto loans ... leeward yacht shall not sail above

F6r more Information, mail coupon today. No obliga her proper course, 4. a port-
these who do come to tack yacht shall keep clear ofa

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Fliers Blitz Marietta Twice; Swimmers' Kaniosky And Smalling :


I Tourney Bound TomorrowApproaching Earn Trophies In City Meet Aug.- 8-9 '. ,"'::' ;..,

The Jax Navy Swim Team con- Sax teams also did well In, the 240 meter free and medley. ',,:'I "
the final week of tinued to add more honors to their the various relay events with The 15-17 girls team of GInny
actionbefore In addition to the NAS Jax growing list when they competedIn seven teams placing in the top ,Bunn. Linda McClure Susie
tune up the Sixth
Naval District at Charleston team representatives will be the City Swim Meet held last six in the medley and free events.A Chance and Sandra Fortin
S. C., the Jax Navy Fliers counted from NAS Cecil, NAS week (August 8,9)) at the San relatively new team, the Sunder finished second in the 240-meter
last Friday night routing Mariettaof spent Pensacola and NAS Glynco. Jose Country Club. girls won a medal for free and third in the 240-meter
the city softball league 9-1 Last year's tournamentwtnner Two NJST boys won the high placing third in the 120-meter medley. The boys 15-17 team
and 7 1 in action at Mackroth was NAS Charleston who advanced point trophy for their age divi- medley, and the boys' group won of Bruce and Paul Nichols Bruce
Field. through the loser's b rack- sion and die girls team finished two medals placing 1st in the Smalling and Jim Gardner received -
The night's et to upset strong favorite Glynco second behind Good Shepherd In 120 meter medley. The girls two ribbons for 5th place
until opener the was any- on the last day 3 1 and 1 -0. over all points. team includes Kim Dalzell Del- finishers in the 240-meter med-
body's Flier sixth
Inning when game the base softballers For the teams that make It, Carl .Kaniosky: was awardedthe ores Glaraton Becky Billingsly ley and free.
erupted for six' runs four the two big tournaments at the high point trophy in the 11- and Donna Marshall Swimming New team member Susie
on
hits. "Big John" Littletonwas top of the stack are the All 12 boys division while Robert for the boys 8 n under are prian Chance lead the individual medal
the winning pitcher., Navy Tournament to be held this Smalling collected the most Viola Glen Hebert Bruce Marshall winners after finishing in the top
Bob Brown's homerun in,the year in Long Beach, Calif. and points in the 8 Under divisionto and Robert Smalling. third inning of the second the World Tournament later In receive the award. Other relay winners'were:.10-' NJST swimmers finishing in 1st,
highlighted the nightcap game win. Indianapolis. under boys (Kevin Rockford 2nd or 3rd place Were: Becky
Flier Strong pitching and a stable Wayne Johnson Rick and Mickey Billingsly Robert Smalling Mic-
"punch" was supplied by defense have been Stuebben) who finished 2nd in
NATTC's Willy Miller who had Flier trade- key Stuebben Carl Kaniosky,Ellen
marks which the 120 -' meter free and 5th
powered them to the Smalling Susie Chance San-
and double for "
two singles a four
times at the plate.A FloridaGeorgia Interservlce in the 120 meter medley; 11- dra Sliadburn Wayne Johnson,
double -' header was sche- crown. If these two items con- rr 12 girls (Pat Dalzell Kathleen Tom Cooper Cindy! Ruleo, Linda
tinue to hold up along with a few Rockford Debbie Newman and Mayberry and Ginny Bunn.
duled for the following with
night breaks here and there the upcoming Cathy Nichols) who placed 2nd Those winning ribbons for 4th,
another Jacksonville city league
Shell. northern pilgrimage cannot in both the 120 meter medley; 5th and 6th finishes were: De- .
'tqrriV'team! Jay's had The city help but be a success. 13 14 girls (Linda Mayberry, lores Glaraton Cheri Glaraton
however just completed Rhoda Puleo Ellen Smalling, Bruce Marshall, Pat Dalzell:
their own playoff slate,and pro- ThereII Be Some Nancy Nichols: and Hollie John- Cathy Nichols and Debbie New-
the ceded Fliers.to cancel the games with Changes Hade son) for a first place finish in man. ,

Tomorrow Coach Frank Mc-
Starting with the next editionof
Caffrey and 15 Fliers board; a the Sax Air
News we have LORIDA
Navy bus which will take them decided to add a new columnto SAN JUAN f ATIONATBANK
north the Sixth Naval
to Dis- the sports section. The AVE. .
trict Tournament. 13 teams column (as yet unamed) will ;:N '. '", t;.;;:; ....;- LAKE SHORE
entered in the and : :a I :o. ttR .
are tussle (Between : __
run every other week alter- I 1 I. .,.,....' ,,-
the recreation department says Roosevelt t r,' : "" .
nating with the "Whistling In r. : It : "
that there are a variety of waysto the Rigging" column.In Rc itilanding) I' .,..t"---' .
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I I ) r r II It.. e r
set up tournament pairings; this manner we will be Member FDIC a .
therefore the Jax Navy Fliers .
able to provide wider coverace
won't know who and when they on sports of both a local and HIGH POINT HONORS. 'Yo.r... Ink fer COMPLETE leikin Servfces1
play until they arrive. national interest. The column Carl Kaniosky and Robert "! ::::;:":::;:::;.o;S::;:WS: ::;:::::::::::?a!:::::5::.i Sl S:!:-:.:-K<4J :.-::3Sias '
Originally the elimination con- will be written by the
new of the Jax Swim
Smalling Navy
test was scheduled to begin Mon sports editor for the Jax Air SAVE NOW!
day Aug. 22. Heavy rains In News SA Ned Fellers. Ned'san Team took high point honorsIn .
the Charleston area the past few avid sports fan himselfand the recent City Swim Meet. with ,"
dayswith the possibility of more has done a lot of research Carl accumulated/ the most a year end
coming made the directors move into the history of sports as points In the 11-12 J boys division -
the starting date ahead to this well as keeping abreast of the while Robert was high, AUTO LOAN!
Saturday however. modern day games. swimmer in the 8-Under boys.

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'. The "Raiders"departed ) iYrBA sjj 4
: .... .. ,, IEr Softball team. ? S..
Cecil Field this morningfor
J.
I .r.". ,. Charleston, S. C., to parti-
f
.." -- 'If' ; cipate In the Sixth Naval District
II .C 'Iff' Softball Tournament from
j w. August 19 through 26.
1111' tI \ Since opening the season backin '
'. ::;:: "'.iI April, Coach Bob Scruggs has >
; s worked the team during many
,
I i practice drills and ball games 1 I
trying to find a winning com- 4.
r bination. The"Raiders" came up
with &fair team all season long,
t but something seemed tobe missing -

: that would add the touch

I and make them a good ball club. KINGS OF THE ROAD. .ADRC "Wllte" Williams' Opera- "
Some new ball players were
Weapons Takes Golf Tourney added to the team late in the f/ons/ Dept., and AMH1 Buck Wuster VA 44 HAS Cecil Field/

season. These were outfielders, display their catch of King Mackerel. The seven "Kings" fofallng .
The Intramural Golf Champ- The VA-44 team consistedof which the cl;*. had been hurtingfor more than 150 Ibs. were caught In one afternoon In the
II. ionship at NAS Cecil belongs to AMS1 henry LInder, ADJC all season. At one time, Chum Hole of the Jetties. The largest "King" weighed 29 IB s,
i : Weapons 'i i 1 of the Blue League. Tom Finnerty, ADJ3 Don Bow- Scruggs was using three infielders and was ,over four feet In length. Both men agreed after trying
It Weapons wrapped up the title ers, ADJ3 James Beasely TD1 as outfielders, or having to
their luck at golf, that their talents are best displayed Iishing..6b' .
: by defeating VA 44 of the Gold Pete Ilenderlite and ATC Ernie go with a pitcher or two in the
IW. ..J,, League, in a playoff last week. Velazquez.SunsPfanOver. outer pasture.
,I.It Since the ball club has takenon ("

d League Weapons Championship captured the with Blue 18.5 at a the 727 new clip look, wining, they eight have of played their .......}I'r,.....-;-.o...."YJ'.o.:.:.:.S.;.... ....;>Ij,.........t.!. !..l.q.;IC.... CEO_. Y '. :>>;.: ..

:;t: wins and 2.5 loses, while VA44 The Top Nile last eleven games.' The offensive n SINGERAUTOMATIC
came out clean with a perfect has considerablyas t
picked
punch
up
: seasons of 12 wins and no losses Jacksonville's leading t busi- the Raiders scored a total of, 0. ZifZig From $48.00 er $5.00 ..1.f .
jf' to win the Gold League. This ness firms, the Suns and the Suns 40 their 18,
runs to oppositions
Is the .second: consecutive year' Stalwarts are joining forces to In the last eleven games. The ?: OTHER NAME BRANDS NEW & USED
that Weapons( II# 1 has taken the present "Over The Top Nite" pitching and defense have been FROM 14.95 ALL GUARANTEED. TV'S &
If.. IM, Golf Championship at Cecil. atx. Wolfson Park on August 31 there all season, but that hitting I
r VACUUM CLEANERS. EZ TERMS. PARTS
presenting Weapons *t 1 In when the Suns play the league power never jelled until the last J '
t the playoff tourney was; CWO leading. Columbus Jets. couple of weeks. & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES.

4,'; C. Cain, Lt. W. L. Vincent, Lt. By,. that time Manager Solly This past week was spent on rc ,.
'''' L. F. Jennings, AOlT.Gonzales, HemiiiS hopes to have his club fial preparation such as fielding
h++ LCdr. J. L. McCracken Lt.A.C.L In the first, division, fightingfor and batting practice. Scruggs is i 6IO61O3rd* 771-91661
: Tilghmen, and BMC Manuele.. one of the top spots in the hoping that the team continues
International League ace. their fine showing, so they can
: VA-44 Takes The Suns Stalwarts have started -
Win the big one that the players -,
contacting\ the community'sprominent have given .so much of their
:air i': IM Softball business firms with time in preparing for.,
Gulf Life Insurance Company, The roster for the Raidersis
St. Regis Paper Company, Prudential -
made up of sixteen players,including -
I- VA 44's Softball team took Insurance Company,Pen- the manager and coach.
{. Cecil Fields IM Championship nisular Life Insurance Company: Bob Scruggs, Manager: Jim Lee,
': recently to go into the Corn- Gordon Thompson Chevrolet, Don Bower, Steve Burton and Bob
." Fair Jax, Tournament.VA 44 NAS Jax, and'Levy's already Hunter make up the pitching staff,
",'. racked up an outstanding record cooperating( in the promotion of Jerry Marshall Mac McEwen,
for the season of 25 and 0* ticket' sales. Dave Olson "Doc11 Strickland,
After taking the first three games Tickets may be purchased at and George Zeoli hold down the
of the tournament the Hornets the Suns uffIce at Wolfson i'ark, infield. Mike Ciopryna and
lost the last two games and placed from members of the Stalwarts, Ronnie Payne will be on the
third in the tournament. or at any of the above named end of Stone
receiving thebattery; ,
companies. Payne, Ciopryna and Butch Wag-' IiU4
Fred of the The objectives of "Over the
Kight manager team ner will roam the green'pasture, i
acclaimed the Hornets victories Top Nite" Is to surpass this and utility players will be Pier-
,a,., as an entire team effort with fine year's biggest single day atten son and Barnagian.
pitching by Don Bower, Steve dance.
, Burton, and Don Siegler.

The Hornets will be sending
four of their top men to playIn I s lEtr60UN611
the 6ND Tournament In
Charleston South Carolina, representing .
ComFairJax. MNM.OYOT.

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