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Creation Date: September 1, 1966
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PubUshed 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 o Ui ci al expression of any

military department. The appearance,of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 24 HO. 23 U. S., NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 1, 1966

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: Is Schedules For

Navy RevisingE4 Labor DayHoliday





; & E-5 Exams COMMISSARY ..


The Commissary Store will

{ The examination set-up for enlisteds going up for advancementto be open on it's regular sche-

second and third class petty officer is being revised by the Navy dule over the Labor Day week
end closed and Mon-
according to recent information received by Navy Times.The change .( Sunday
which will separate the 'military knowledge section of the exam day)
I from the professional section, has been "approved in concept"by Since Tuesday, Sept. 6, is 7r

the Chief _of Naval Personnel but details have not been fully designated a holiday for cer
tain full time civilian employees
worked out in final form yet.

k Under the new set up candidates under the new concept, but this Store will be the operating Commissary with a .

for promotion to E 4 is one of the many details still reduced staff, which
patronsare
and E-5 will be required to
:: to be worked out.Advancement requested to bear in mind
pass a separate military subjects exams for those when that
shopping on day.
examination ( probably to for first and chief
going up class Ex. Activities/
Navy .
be given four times a year' ) before will not be affectedbythe change -

gaining eligibility to take the For these people, the military The following Navy Exchange FIRST AND FINAL INSPECTION of the troops was held re-

! regular professional examinations and professional pans of the activities will be open Monday, spectlvely/ by the Incoming and outgoing CO1 of* Fleet Weather

:. given in August and Feb- tests will continue to be admin- Sept.'S Facility last Friday. Cdr. John W. Kidd (foreground) was relieved

. ruary each year.' istered during the regular exam NAS -EM Club, Blue Jackets of the command by Capt. John P. Fleet (for left). .
l The military tests would be periods.By Inn 1100 a.m.1130 p.m.A .
graded only pass or fail and would splitting the tests into two ( band will provide music from
not count in the final :multiples pans given at different times, 2-6 p.m. and 7:30 11:30. F/eWeaFac/ Receives

; required for advancement.Once the personnel experts believe that Snack Bar, Operations Buildlng-

a pas sing mark has been they will get better results on Continuous; Snack Bar, Golf

. attained on the military section, both tests. Shack 8 a.m. 7 p.m. Snack New "Skipper" Frl.V ;
the candidate would take the professional Bar Bowling Alley 12 11 .
t. They both ,point out that the .
test as many times as p.m., Cafeteria Bldg. 3 2:30 --
'. necessary: to gain promotion test takers will be able to split 10:30 p.m. Service Station and O.e.tI

. to the next. pay grade without their concentrated study preparatory Express # 1, Bldgs. 48''' and 931 IIIc..W1fj.

again Jla.viNto retake the military to taking the tests and Langley Street 8 a.ra.5p.m.. ... .
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will probably' be able, to do, a, : ;:!"; ..I&-M..... '. .,"* ; '
fcr"
t fII'o knowledge questions. : : Yo NA'CTCafeteriaBldgi;554- ... .r- ; t' -. '',. 3*
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. .. The ,idea behind,.the proposed better job because the'study areas Noon -. 9:30 p.m. ,,'...'I.. ff ', .,..... .. '
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smaller
will be .
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:; test revision is to insure that the All ,other Navy Exchange acti- .' '

younger petty officers are thoroughly vities will 'be closed to observe \. ,,'., 't,it ,.'
when the
Just change will take
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", grounded in the military Labor Day. ; ..,.',', '
and place has not yet been decided, }. '
G leadership qualities of
either. BuPers spokesmen Indicated -
, enlisted leaders Navy personnel however that the current Com Open
, '. officials say. }
thinking is to conduct the first The Commissioned Officers
The split exams will also allow .
more thorough testing of the military qualifications test in Mess Open will be closed for
January 1967. lunch and dinner Labor
on Day,
applicants on professional qualifications -
September 5. Ceiling Zero, the
the officials say. An Those
the
passing exams would
Annex, the Pool Snack Bar and
additional 30 questions relating to be eligible, then, to take the
Pools and Bar Facilities will be
man's work
a are envisionedfor regular August 1967 professionalexams.
the regular promotion exams open for business as usual.



\ Two Air Medals, Commendation



Presented At NATTC InspectionThree Capt. Fleet ---Cdr. Kidd


awards two Air Medals sions flown over Vietnam as an Capt. John P. Fleet was bornIn Cdr. John W. Kidd was born
and a Letter of Commen- 'airprewman.Scott preventing when further damage to his Gloucester, Mass. on May 30, 'in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on
main
dation were presented to enlisted in the Navy and ship a steam supply 1914. Graduating from the Glou- August 21,, 1927. Most of his
NATTC petty officers at cere- attended "A" School in 1962. He line ruptured above two men cester High School, he continuedhis childhood and early youth was
the
working in engine room. Dis-
monies following Commanding is a native of Reedley,California. education at Boston College spent in the Philadelphia metro-
his Cole
regarding own safety,
Officer's Personnel Inspectionlast Freeman enlisted in the NavyIn where he obtained a Ph "B" politan and eastern Pennsylvaniaarea
secured the main line.
Thursday.An 1956. He and his y.ifeGloria, Without Cole's heroic steam action, the degree in' 1937. He returnedto where he attended Juniata
Air Medal and second a- have five children. They live would have been fatal- Boston College for postgraduate College. He entered the U. S.
. ward were presented to AE2 at 3905 Rodley Drive InJackson- two men courses in 1938 and accepteda Navy in the World War II V -5
ville. ly injured. position with the United States /Aviation Cadet and at-
The
Daniel J. Scott. medal was Cole enlisted in the Navy in program
.. awarded to the Aviation Electri- A letter of commendation from 1961. He is a native of Mur- Weather Bureau at Boston, Mas- tended the University of Pen-
clan's Mate "B" School student CINCLANTFLT was awarded to He and his wife sachusetts In 1939.: nsylvania under Navy sponsor-
Kentucky. ,
' for his part in missions flown MM2 Donald E.Cole of the Master- ray He then continued his education ship. He was commissioned in
live 1008
Flossie at HighwayU.
w. over Viet Nam. at-Arms force for heroism while S, 17 in Orange Park, Flor- with post graduate courses in June 1948.
1.., An Air Medal was also pre- servingaboard the USS AUSTIN Meteorology at Massachusetts After Flight Training
sented to A02 Albert N. Freeman (LPD-4)). ida.The medals Institute of Technology, Cam-
were presented by Following completion of flight
I; Ordnanceman"B" Cole instrumental in bridge ,Massachusetts the
an Aviation was sav- during
Thomas B. Ellison
Capt. training. Cdr. Kidd
:- School student, for mis- ing the lives of two men and 1939 40 and 1940 41 acade- was assigned -
NATTC's Commanding Officer. mic to Patrol Squadron Seven,then
years. based at NAS, Quonset Point.A .
World/ War /II'/ Duty tour of _duty as an instructor

+ Entering the Navy December under Chief of Naval Air Basic

d t 1940, he was called to active duty Training at NAAS Whiting Field
in March 1941 and reported to and NAS Pensacola followed.

9 Opa Locka, Fla. on 1 April of While in Pensacola, he attendedthe
that year. Subsequentlyhe servedin Navy's photographic recon-
c the Panama Canal Zone, Atlanta naissance officers' school.
-J Ga., and Adak, Alaska Patrol Squadron Five, home- ,
before reporting to Rear Adm. based at NAS Jacksonville,where
Richard L. Conolly, then Com- he had additional duty with Naval

mander Amphibious Group Air Reserve Training Unit,Jacksonville -

Three, Pacific, at San Diego, as Instructor Pilot in
California. With Rear Adm.Con- the first (PV2)) "Neptune" air-

olly, he was the Task Force Met- craft acquired for the Jacksonville -

s erologist for the assualt and cap- "Week End Warriors";
ture of Roi Namur in the Mar- then Fleet Airborne Electronics

shall Islands Guam and then Training Unit. Atlantic at Nor-

Leyte. In 1944 and 1945 he folk wee the next tours of duty.
\ participated IntheLlnguayanGulf His patrol aircraft flyinv car-


Freeman Scott Cole See "Change Of C'cmnonePage' 2.TTT .


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I EDITORIAL Answer

Divine 5 e r v';c e s : CROSSWORD PUZZLEACROSS

! WorkerI Lawmaking a ,3 3 d S. M V Salute for American bodies
'
1-Boy .Backbone 3 N N (n 1bH3"I
i attendants 7-Free ticket 3 1 "2f 0.3 t I n 11. .1
I ROMAN CATHOLICSt. 6.Lance Before. "7 7 3. S J. l 2) d N 3
for us to take our great country for granted.And 11' re..nta. 9Near
very easy tive 10-Cause I 11.5 3 S 0 a. S N V d
too, the thought practically never enters our mind as to howit Edward's Chapeland 12.Separated14.City 11.Clayey earth J.3: i 1 0 a!II3 1."rI dlS
became so great and powerful in the comparatively short span of Russia In 13.Pieces for N I l' d. S S 11 7..
two
190 S N I v 0 .d 3 b 3 3 N S
years. 15 Din Toward the
But it did. And we should remember that it was the work and Naval Hospital 17-Symbol for mouth Jg;:! 5.3"1.L 3 5.0 S
,g.Brief 3 S 't .IS N 1j V i 5 S 3
sweat of the rank and file citizen a person who dearly loved his SUNDAY MASSES 18.gold 20.Place in line rn d 3 S 'ON. "13
freedom -- that built the United States of America into what It is Mountain 22.Chaire f 1j 0
Hospital - - 0630 lakes 23.Goes by 4 3 .1 b 'V' d.3 l 't CD 3
today. St. Edward's 20-Peer Qynt's water b !' 3 d S. S 3 <:) d d.
Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara saluted the American Chapel - 0900 & 1100 mother21ConJunction 25.African
worker in his Labor Day Statement to members of the Armed Forces. 22.Bristles antelope
.
26. 31 Spiral 39.Sea eagle
DAILY MASSESSt. 23 opening winds 32.Hailed 1-F.xcmatlcn!

Edward's: 24.Scoffed 28.Billboards29.Relieve 33-Masonic 44 42..Number Initials of
Monday thru Friday 113( 26.Profits doorkeeper 26thPresident
2 -Young girl SS.Instruct
Saturday - - 0900 28.Ache 30Gasped for .
breath 38.Eat away 46 Above
29.Freshet3LAmass
Naval Hospital:
Friday - - 1205
34.Shallow 1 2 3 4 S X {) 7 8 9 10 XX
y f i rlal vessels
35-Portions of m <>>
CONFESSIONSSt. !medicine38Threetoed 1 12 13
Edward's :
sloth 14 13 16 17
Saturday .- - 1900 2000 37.Goal QQQ
Sunday - - 0815 0845; 33.Coarse
hominy 18 KXX 19 RQQ: 20
1015 1045 39.Cloth

Hospital: Sunday --0615 40-Army measure officer 21 22 KXx: 23
(abbr.)
CATECHISM CLASSES 41.Old.womanish 24 25' 26

Chapel Annex Building 722: 42.Heraldic 27 XXl 28 >00<:
Saturday's 1000 device ,' )(
Mr. McNamara noted how Labor Day 1966 gave the Departmentof 45Sprinter 43.Deadly 29 30 31 I 32 33

Defense "an opportunity to acclaim again the contribution of the DIVINE/ SERVICES 41-Talk in long, -
American worker to our nation's defense." PROTESTANTAll drawn-out 34 35 : : : JOmanner =

Mr. McNamara's tribute to the American worker continued with Saints ChapelS 48-Haste 37 38 W 39
these words:
"His skill anddedicationprovide our Armed Forces with military DA Y's DOWN 40 m 41 42
0800 - Holy Communion
equipment and weapons of unsurpassed quality so essential to the Individual -
security of our country and the rest of the free world." 0930 & 1100Divine Worship Matures 43 44 = = 45 46

That is a real tribute to the American worker, and a true on. He Female 48
is simply following in the footsteps of his father, grandfather, SUNDAY SCHOOL. Annex 4.(Latin colloq.) 47
0930 < '- -Chapel
great grandfather, etc. They all worked and toiled to get us wherewe 722WEDNESDAY's conjunction Distr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
are today. They kept their dignity and remained free men through Building

thick and thin. That's exactly what we're doing today.It .
Isn't any miracle our nation is great. We are working hard u
1900 ------Choir Rehearsal Fir Uit"I Is Autk.rli.4 Strvt NivlMM"Osly.Women's .
everyone from the American worker to the Serviceman fighting in

Vietnam to keep it that way.It THURSDAY
follows, then, that these words of the Secretary of Defense are 2000 Christian Science Servfre
Club NotesNWCA
particularly true; .
"On this Labor'Day,we are challenged forces that would destroy SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
freedom. 0930 Chapel Women's Guild #86

"The continued support of American Labor to our resolute resist- (Small Chapel) The members of Navy Wives Laws, which will be taken up at
"
,ance to aggression is essential. (AFNB) U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's Glib Jax #86 held a meeting last' the National Convention in Oc

', - 1000 Wednesday evening at the clubtober..
Change Of Command house aboard the Naval Air StaNext regular meeting will take

CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT tion. Mrs.Leon Conley presided. place Wednesday, Sept. 7. ABoard
After the opening rituals, meeting will be held on
Continued From Page One guests were introduced and the Sept. 6, at the home of Mrs.
Today- following ladles were Initiated as Jay Perry.
Capt. Fleet Cdr. Kidd Choir Practice at 7 p.. m. members: Mrs. James Howell,
Sunday- Mrs. Gill Sheppard, Mrs. Irvin After the meeting, refresh-

operation and then the occupa- ried him to Iceland, Newfoundland Sunday School at 9:30: p. m. Frick. ments were served by Mrs.Harry
tion of Northern Japan. Greenland, and Labrador. Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. The membership voted on a- Barnes, Mrs. Ray Shafer and
After these operational billets,he Communion on the first Sunday mendments to the National ByMrs.. Thomas Wofford.
Awards attended the U. S. Navy Post- of the month.

His awards include the Bronze graduate School at Monterey.Up-
Star Medal with combat "V" on graduation he received a CATHOLIC
for his ervices against the Japanese Bachelor of Science ,degree Daily-
World War IL (Meteorology) in 1957. 11:20 a. m. Mass
Sunday-
Staff Duty Operation Hard Tack DutyAs 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions -

Following World War II, he staff meteorologist and Of- heard before each Mass.

served on the staffs of Chief ficer of the Deck, under-

Naval Air Training, then Rear way, he served aboard the U.S.S. Traffic Violations
Admiral Frank Wagner, and Boxer, which was the flagship! for

Commander, Second Fleet, then the 1958 atomic tests (Opera-
Vice Admirals "Matt" Gardner tion Hardtack) conducted at Eni- The following is a report of l'4 '
and and Felix Stump before wetok, Bikini, and Johnston Is- motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
assuming command of Weather land. violations for the period Aug. 1

Centrals at Guam,Alameda, 23 29.Number.
and Yokosuka, Japan. In June Helped Establish F/eWeoFac/ of Accidents i \ ..

1963 he reported to Adm. "Savvy" This Week - - 11
More shipboard duty followed COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN of the Jacksonville Officers Wives
Sides, Commander in- aboard the attack carrier U.S.S. Total Accidents this year through
Chief, U. S. Pacific Fleet for duty Oriskany, during which,he was Aug. 30 - - -243 Club were appointed/ by Mrs. D. W. Kellerman, president. Theyare

as Fleet Meteorologist and later meteorologist and assigned as Number of Accidents through (left to right) Mrs. J. A. Chapman Publicity chairman; Mrs.F. .

served in the same capacity for permanent Officer of the- Aug. 30, 1965 - 161 L. Mayberry, Youth Activities chairman; Mrs. R. J. Linde-

Admirals U. S. G. Sharp and Deck, underway, for special sea Total number of days since man, Hospitality chairman; Mrs. M. P. Belgan, Budget and Welfare /-
Thomas H. Moorer, with additional and anchor detail. Later tour last injury in a motor vehicle chairman and Mrs. L. Cohan, Jr. In charge of the News-
duty to Commander in- accident - - -55
include Meteorologist and Photographic letter. Not shown in the picture Is Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons,
Chief, Pacific,then Admiral Har- Officer at NAASWhiting Number of Violations the Parliamentarian.
Felt. This Week - -53
ry Field, Senior Meteorologistand
Speeding -, - -16
,Coming From VietnamAs Plane Commander in the
Reckless Driving - -2
Pacific Fleet Weather Squadron
the conflict in Vietnam Going through Stop Signs3
Airborne
home based at Guam;
increased in scale in early 1965, Early Warning Squadron One, Other Violations31 JTAX KT1EWS

the requirement for full time employment and recently, Meteorological Officer Twenty drivers appeared before -

as Pacific Command at NAS Jacksonville where, the Traffic Hearing Boardat
Meteorologist resulted in his in addition to his regular duties, the meeting held on Aug. 30. The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News-

being assigned full time to the he performed liaison work in Disposition of the cases included paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
Staff of Commander in Chief the following Ten lost driv-
:
the and Station Jacksonville
establishing present new- Florida, by the Holt Publishing
Pacific, now Admiral U. S. G. ing and parking privileges aboard
est Fleet Weather Facility. When Company, a private firm. All submitted in
Copy use
Sharp from which position he coordinated station for various periods: Four
Weather Jack-
the Fleet Facility,
the meteorological were assigned to complete an the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
sonville established in Dec-
was
support to the armed forces in ember 1964, he was Acting Of- eight hour course in remedial Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by .noon

the Pacific command area. In ficer in Charge and later driving at NATTC; Four were on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed/

July 1966, he was ordered tc became Officer in Charge. assigned to complete a sixhour from all sourcesTelephone EV 9-77M, Ext. 8162.
report for duty as Officer In- course in remedial driving at Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
Jax Police Academy; Three received -
Weather
Fleet
Charge, Facility,
Jacksonville, Florida. MecafCommander / suspensions; Three were queries concerning such should be directed to:
Kidd attained his given warnings; One dismissed The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.

present rank on Aug. 1, 1963, Eleven fined((U. S.Commissioner) Jacksonville, Florida, 322/0/ Telephone 387 445
FamilyHe and wears the following service and Eight referred to commanding -

is married to the former medals: Ten year Reserve Medal officers for possible discip- VOL. 24
Jeanne Rita O'Brien of West World War II Victory Medal linary action. NO. 23 September 1, 1966I

Medford, Massachusetts. Capt. and National Defense Service Twenty drivers were assigned
Fleet has eight children Medal with one.hrpnze star GG.traffic violations points.


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M/Sgt. Joel Ferguson
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Farewell -

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Aviation Detachment Marinesare - -
saying farewell to a host of
old timers who have received orders -
i AND I BOUGHT BEFORE SEEING
to report to new duty stations ;, bAt "
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2nd Lt. Guy R. Fairchild will MAYOR HONORS "CITIZEN MARINES". .Mayor Lou Ritter .If......".,, :: I
depart for Marine Barracks, of Jacksonville signed a proclamation declaring/ the week of I ',i .
Morocco in September.2nd August 22 to 30, 1966 as 'Marine Corps Reserve Week" In
Lt. "J" "D" Stewart honor of Its 50th Anniversary, and was, in turn presented witha Itllair'stwo
leaves this week for the 2nd
Marine Air Wing, Cherry Point, certificate of appreciation for Jacksonville's support of the
N. C. Marine Corps Reserve's Civic Action Fund for Vietnam through
GySgt. Husak left here last CARE. bath
week to report to Western Pacific ,
Ground Forces in Viet Nam.
SSgt. E. L. Jones and SSgt.W. OFFICE HOURS: Across I models
F. Reynolds departed earlier Mon. Fri.: 9:00.5:00 From
this month for duty with Marine
Air Wings in Viet Nam. Sat.: 9:00 a.m. 12:00 a.m.Wed Moosehaven

Leaving next month for duty In .: 6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1830 Hwy. 17 L ..I-.._
Viet Nam with Marine Ground
Forces are Staff Sergeants J. A. From $70 a month Clay County's Finest.
Stubblefield, W. O. Newson D. Dr. R. Timothy CarterOptometrist
J. Rose and T. W. WilUams.Congratulations .

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To 1st Lt. Kenneth S. Guinn H01\:<[E EUIIS: IISTC:

who was recently selected for Orange Park, Florida/ Telephone: 264-2425 You are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience
promotion to captain by a Head- 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blandlng Boulevard (!Hwy. #21)
Marine Corps selection .
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Aviation Det. Special Services {r :
Officer. ?
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Gunnery Sergeant Jimmie E. .
Howard who attracted national TODAY
attention in June for his heroic I r
leadership of an 18 man Mar-
ine reconnaissance outpost }
against overwhelming Viet Cong I
odds, received a meritorious r,1
}
promotion August 3, 1966 to his :
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present rank. ,,. ,. :. 4'" 'I'I'W
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Nine members of his uniywhich 'I ,. '. of 1. Jacksonville f. .. .
took part in this action during the ,,, .. .. .' 'M'.. ;
night of June '16, have been r ra: ." ;r. ",' -, : C"I; ;

awarded for their Silver courageous Star Medals actions. :'J:'. ::.;. .. -,; '::" :. .... '.", : .' ., ''I, .;) ,
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They are Corporal R. L. Martinez -


J.R.,Fitzpatrick S.Hospitalman Hildreth Lance, D.First K.Corporals Mulvi-ClassR. I has a brand new place I II

Victor hill, ,W.and C.Privates Norman First and R.ClassC. C. '

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Sgt. Mo// William/ 0. Parish ..
following graduation with platoon worry, see Seaboard. Seaboard rents money across the United States and Canada.

3018 at Parris Island/ S. li -and in the newest, nicest place in town. Even if you don't need some extra money
C. last month. He will receive
aviation schooling prior to beIng j You'll like Seaboard. The folks are friendly right now, we'd appreciate your dropping in
stationed at the Marine and.the service is good.That's why you'll find just to say hello and welcome.
'Air Detachment here. His father .
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4 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 1, 1966


_ NARTU News & Views NATTC :


Eighty-five young men from Florida and South Georgia graduated
Behind The
. from the 85-Day Recruit Training School at NARTU Jax last Friday. SceneBy
Capt. Carl D. Simonsen, the unit's CO, inspected the airman
apprentices before wishing them well in their future in naval aviation.He Jell Fondingatand
commented on their fine
appearance and the enthusiasmand class honorman award to Wil Anyone interested in participating in touch football this season
effort displayed during the liam J. Porter, Jr. of Naples, should contact BT2 J. W. Woodward at NATTC Special Services.
summer training. Fla. r Team rosters must be submitted to Special Services by Friday,
During the ceremonies, the
guests were entertained by the ******** ZIP Required Sept. 9.
ComFairJax Band. a. Indlviaual trophies willbe presented -
The 85-day school graduates, Naval Air Reserve Division After Jan. to each member of the
who have now completed the first 741 was commissioned during top two teams at the end of the
of two summer training sessions, ceremonies at the Miami Naval I Zip Codes will become man- season.
will depart the Naval Air Station Reserve Training Center, Saturday datory on all mail processed by Everyone is encouraged to par-
for their respective homes. August 27, 1966. : the Post Office Dept. as of Jan- ticipate in this season's touch
Next summer the seasoned recruits The Honorable Robert King : dr uary 1, 1967. In the meantime, football program.
will return for advanced High, Mayor of Miami welcomedthe the Post Office has issued the ********
training in their particular fieldsof new division to Miami and Porter following statement concerning The honorman of Aviation Ord-
aviation. presented the division pennantto 1953. U. S. mail.Adverse. nanceman School this week is
Upon completing the two sum- the Commanding Officer,Lcdr. He reports as Chlef-Petty-Of- ,and apparently war- AA D. D. Link of class 625A.
mer training periods the trained Marc Leon. flcer-ln-Charge of the division ranted criticism of delayed mail The honor class Is 623A.
specialists report for two years Capt. Simonsen officially commemorated after serving with the staff of deliveries in the Navy Postal AN L. E. Hilbert of Class
active duty with the regular Na- the occassion and the Chief of Naval Air Reserve Service, from civilian, militaryand 613 Is the AE"A" honorman.
vy's forces. spoke of the benefits of naval Training In Glenview Ill. Congressional sources is Class 621 is the honor class.
After the two year tour they aviation training in the Miami constantly increasing. Commanding Officers' Per-
return to NARTU Jax and are area. Plea From Goodwill Extensive investigation Indi- sonnel Inspection was held
assigned to Selected Air Reserve AEC Thomas J. Gerhardt will cates that the major cause of Thursday, August 25. The uniform -
Squadrons.As be the senior active duty Navy A plea has been received from mail delays is incorrect and improper for the inspection was tropical -
a member of these squad- man at the Naval Air Reserve the local Goodwill Industries for mail addresses on per- white long with ribbons for
rons they will attend one weekend Division. help in replenishing their stockof sonal, official, and commercial all male personnel and service
meeting each month plus an an- Gerhardt, who entered the Navyin materials, which have been mail of all classes. dress light blue for Wave per-
nual two week training period. August 1942, has been with the depleted to the point where thereis This condition is aggravatedby sonnel. Foul weather procedurewas
Capt. Simonsen presented the Naval Air Reserve since March only one storage building of military,federal agencies,and used for the inspection. ,
goods left In the Jacksonville commercial suppliers' continueduse Capt. Thomas B. Ellison,
,mr: av eaa.4 are*. of mailing lists or address- Commanding Officer of the Naval
Rear Adm. H. H7 Caldwell, ograph plateswhichcontainobsolete Air Technical Training Center,
Nustaol ComFairJax joins the Goodwill Navy/APO Zip codes, Navy/ complimented the personnel on
) people in asking that you check APO numbers, or no Zip codes.. their much improved appearanceand
your closets, bureau drawersand Persons responsible for mail said the haircuts were par-
anywhere else you might find within their departments are urg- ticularly outstanding.
MOBILE HOMES INC material which can be used by ed to initiate appropriate Instructions ********
Goodwill Industries. and surveillance of The NATTC Bowling leaguegot
,After you have compiled every- personnel responsible for pre- underway August 23. The
PRESENTS thing you can find, call Goodwilland paration of envelope, address league consists of 19 teams, including -
they'll have a truck come by stickers and addressographplates. many new emeries.
INSTANT LIVING BY your house to pick up your dona .
tion. And, how about passing on All commands are asked to Building Donations
the word to your friends and institute procedures to insure
neighbors? that personnel received or trans
d! NEW MOON. Your ,Other Duty ferred prepare' notice of changeof Father Thomas W. Hynes,
address forms advise their speaking at Saint Edwards
jdand hQnne()! ( correspondents of their ,new cor- Chapel, mains ide on Sunday asked
rect address. for contribution'toward the build-

Excellent Buys On Used Coaches Letterhead stationery must be ing of the chapel of the Risen
verified for correct-address and Christ in Panama.
Bank Rate Financing Zip code. Overprint, stamp or
type Zip Code on stocks of stationery The response of those attendingthe
3312 PHILIPS .HIGH W A Y on hand that do not havea services was termed as"overwelmlng"
Zip code shown. Donations cameto
PHONE 398.1178 Official Department of Defense a total of $350.
(Navy, etc.) "Franked" mail
must have the words "Official All those wishing to assist
Business" PRINTED by machineon the building program are invitedto
the envelope. The words send their contribution this
"Postage and fees paid ." week thru the office of the Ca-
must also be printed by machine. tholic Chaplain, Box 6, NAS Jax.

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Federal Employees Benefit From

ABOUT BATHS! MY DEAR

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Life Insurance policy provides Allow. he had under the Group (
civilian employees here two kindsof If the employee should die
during the 31 after Policy on the date the insur-
insuranceduringemployment- days, the insurance -
life insurance and accidental stops, a death bene- ance stopped whether or not he
death and dismemberment insur- fit will be payable under the had applied for such Individual
ance. Group Policy subject to proof. policy or paid the first premiumfor t
The Federal Employees Group The payment will be an amount it.
Life Insurance Program is .
the largest civilian employer-
sponsored group life insurance NEW ASSIGNMENT?
plan in the world. The Govern-
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through 270 private insurance ""
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ployee with a means of supple- st South Blanding Blvd. Be/Mr/ From SII,400ElELL.A.J
menting his own private insur-
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Amount Of CoverageThe StailoB Sinclair U-H i.1 I Service: BOME: : 33TJrL.rXERS.: :: XISTC.:
amount of insurance is
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Naval Air Reservists Celebrating 50th Anniversary This WeekMore


than 29,000, Naval Air Re- of officers and enlisted men war's' end the number had Increased mand. At this time-.Florida's' Naval on weekend and two -week traln-
servists throughout the countryare transferring from the Naval Fly- to 1,000, pilots.In With the end of th war, the Air Reserve Fighter Squadron ing duty contributed significantlyto
marking this year as the 50th ing Corps, surplus graduates' of 1923, the nucleus of to- Naval Air Reserve was reestablished '741 and Patrol Squadron 741 reported the shipping surveillance efforts -
Anniversary of the Naval Air aeronautics schools and members day's' Naval Air Reserve pro- with the headquarters for active duty. in Cuban waters. .
1916 1966 Reserve. ... of the Naval Reserve Force gram was established when the located at the Naval Air Station, With a total of 46 squadronsand Presently the Naval Air Reserve -
Florida's 1,500, members of with experience in aviation. Bureau of Navigation authorizedthe Glenview, 111. The Command at about 11,000, personnel, the transport aircrews are
the Naval Air Reserve Training Three units were formed from training of ten Reserve pilots this time consisted of 20 Naval Naval Air Reserve conducted flying high priority Navy
Unit,Jacksonville, are celebrating the Act. The first, known :as the a year at Squantum, Mass., Air Reserve facilities located one third of the Navy's' overall Southeast, Asia in support cargoto of _
the 20th year of their ex- Yale Group, was located at Huntington Fort Hamilton, N. Y.; and Great throughout the United States. air offensive in Korea. our efforts in Viet Nam. These _
istence. ,N. Y., with two additional( Lakes, Dl. Florida's Naval Air Reserve have 202
crews completed flights :
: 50TH 5 Authority for a Naval Reserve groups organized a short time By 1934 there were 13 Training Unit was organized, Naval During the Berlin Buildup, 18 to the Western Pacific to total LW!iJ
Flying Corps was included when later at Newport News, Va., and bases with 251 reserve pilots April 1946, at Cecil: Field Naval Air Reserve antisubmarine ,over 5,354,189, pounds of cargo
squadrons
;Jhe Naval Appropriation Act in Buffalo, N. Y. ready for active duty. Auxiliary Air Station.In were recalled aId and 23,839,245, passengers.
August 1916 providedforaNaval The Naval Reservist of this The following years found the September 1946, the unit served for one year.

ANNIVERSARY Flying Corps. time trained at his own expense. Naval Air Reserve program moved to its present location Patrol Squadron 741 again an- The readiness of the Naval
The Naval Reserve Flying With the outbreak World War lacking in funds and the pilots aboard the Jacksonille Naval swered the call for Florida's' Air Reserve has never been _
Corps was included with the Naval I I., there were only 38 Naval that were active becoming over- Air Station.In Naval Air Reserve. Their return greater. The availability and -
Reserve Force and was composed Reserve Aviators t but- at the aged. In 1939 there were only 1950 with the outbreak of prompted the signing of a Naval willingness have been traditionalover Personnel 'Inspection of' early" Navel, Air Keserve Aviators.'
118 Naval Air Reserve Aviators. the Korean Conflict the Naval Air Reserve Day Proclamation the years. Today, Selected
During World War II, the Naval Air Reserve had increased its by the of Air Reserve Weekend Warriors -
__________ Air Reserve was absorbed by strength and was partially mobil- governor Florida. stand ready and able to support
: --: the Navy's' Air Training Com- ized to support' our naval forces. When the Cuban Crisis broke, the active forces of the Navy, !
Naval Air Reserve volunteers ready to meet any emergency.
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S son, The Honorable Robert King High, Mayor of' Miami, presentsthe
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$$2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS ..9wf... Yacht, 20 Pei. 6.7 $$4.40 the CO of Florida's/ newest Weekend Warrior division/ / #9741.1.I

NO DOWN PAYMENT. WO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE 1 .:t.!. !'."' Cruiser, 24 PCI.. 7-10 $$5.25 : *0
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FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC i1 _
The Vought "Corsair", first' aircraft assigned to the Naval
FREE Balance <& Alignment'Yfith.Purchase o14 4 Tires Air Reserve. '
MILITARYAUTO 1' ..

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NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE 1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&II . . .$$1100 Take up to 24 months to repay
Auto/trans/ . . PIRES AFTER SEPTEMBER 10th, .
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1961 VW CAMPER, Xtra Clean.$1100WESTSIDE $ TAKE YOUR CAR '
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Club SchedulesNAS .. MOVIESMovies


at the NAS Jax Theatre
JAX tainment will feature Lonnie Vas- will be shown regularly at 6 and
sel. 8:15 p.m., Monday through
"0" Club: Johnny Arnold Saturday. In addition to the
will be entertaining at the club USO Tonight is home made two evening shows there will bea
this Friday. Then on Saturday, ice cream night. The events matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur-
Ads shbuld be mailed to the Holt, Publishing Company, dance music will be featured by for the week include "A Fri- day, Sundays and holidays. The
1950ni4nding Blvd Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive Johnny Jelinek. Labor Day the day Nite Special" and on Sat- Hospital Theatre will have one
not late tnan Tuesday for publication the following Thurs- main club will be closed until urday It's Record Choice Night. weekly feature at 7 p.m.
day, Adj, arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe 6:30 when a buffet chicken din- Sunday the USO is opened at Cecil Field will have two shows
following. week unless the publisher is instructed other.. be served the the week 5:30 and 8
ner will on patio 10 until 10:45 a.m. for fresh during at
wise. A check or order for the full cost of the ad must
money This will also be will be shownon
Matinees
9:30. coffee and
be received WITH the copy for the ad. until donuts. Then closedat p.m.
the last cook out for the sea- 10:45 until 12:30 p.m. so you weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.
DO NOT SEND CASH son. Tuesday Is Foreign Dish may attend the church of your

RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin.t). . . . .$2.00 Night, with the foreign French gourmet food. choice. At 5:30 p.m. Vesperswill Thursday, September 1
treat this weekbeing be held with refreshments
I Per additional line ((4 words per line). . osO! Family night will beheld on Wed- being served at Franklin Street NAS "She" with Ursula An-

nesday, but this week It will be baptist Church; then at 7:30 the dress and Peter Cushing.
Inside. movie "Against All Flags" will Hospital "The Wild Affair"with
FOR RENT UNFURNISHEDHouse EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD- be shown. Labor Day from Nancy Kwan and Terry Tho
In Wesconnett Area.2 Bedrooms ING Furniture Industry locatedIn CPO CLUB Friday will feature 8-11:00 p.m. will be a Labor _
with or without kitchen Lexington, N. C. For details Bud Clark's combo. Satur- Day Hop, Informal style. Tues- mas.C.. Field "The Sandpiper"
equip. Fenced yard, 5430 Marcia write or send post card 'to J. C. day music will be provided by day Is Game Night and Wednes- with Elizabeth Taylor and Rich-
Circle 389 4302. WILLIAMS, personal,HECKMAN the Mark Castle band, and on day there's Disc Jockey show ard Burton.
CABINETS, Pickard Circle, Sunday Johnny Arnold will pro- from 8-11 p.m. with MC. Mr.
WANT CHEAP TRANSPORTATION Lexington, N. C. All Inquires vide the music. Al Alberet. Friday, September 2
? 1960 Renault $200 answered.
Cash Lee Mink 355 3487or ACEY DEUCEY CLUB Friday CECIL FIELD NAS "Ride Beyond Venge-
388 6259. RETIRING? ? ? we are going back to the ance" with Cluck Connors and
WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS? dances, and this Friday the music EM CLUB Tonight is game James MacArthur.
Then consider owning a franchise will be provided by the Five Re- night. The special; dinner will Hospital "She" with Ursula
FOR SALE 61 VOLKSWAGEN the surest and safest way. treads, from 8301230. Satur- be a RibEye Steak for $.75. Andress and Peter Cushing.
Excellent condition $600 765- day will be featuring Acey Deu- Friday, Happy Hour starting at C. Field "The Third Day"
2394 Mrs. Franklin. We can recommend many from cey's own Go Go Girl, Tiger 6:30 p.m. and for your musical with George Peppard and Liz
$1000 to more than$50,000.Come Roman, and also March Wilson enjoyment we will have the Holi- Ashley.
and see us. No obligation, andit and the Red Coats. Sunday night days. Sunday Phil Cay and the
PART TIME WORK: SERVING is our proud boast that no following Game Night, which begins "Chantels" will be here. Mon- Saturday, September 3
heating equipment. Training pro client of ours ever failed. at 5:30: will be Mark Cas- day Happy Hour from 6:30 to
gram and good pay. Also part- tle and his band for your listening 7:30 p.m. Tuesday there will NAS "Girl Happy" with Elvis -
time Service Station work En- Write or phone and dancing pleasure. be a "Surprise Happy Hour. Presley and Shelley Fabres.
nis Fuel Oil Co 388 8224 Associated Business Counselors Monday on Labor Day free Wednesday Dick Widon and the Hospital "Ride Beyond Ven-
Suite 20, Kogerama 1914 steamed Crabs will be served Moderns will be entertaining.CPO geance" with Chuck Connors and
Boulevard Center, Jacksonville commencing at 1 p.m. Coun- James MacArthur.C. .
FURNISHED APT. 1 & 2 BR Phone 398 1929 try and Western music providedby Field "The Wild Affair"
includes Utilities $75 per mo. Mel Gaden and his Country with Nancy Kwan and Terry Tho
771 9007. Girls, begins at 3:30. Comeas CLUB Friday the Special mas.
SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein you are to the Main Ball dinner will be Lobster for
PIANOS TUNED AND SERVICED Jacksonville and Mayportareas. Room. Tuesday will be Game $2.35 and Shrimp for $1.35. For Sunday, September 4
By Modern Electric method Military Backgroundwould Night. your musical enjoyment we have
Register piano technician 724- be helpful. A very rewarding Danny High. Saturday special NAS "Boy Did I Get Wrong
2385 after 6 p.m. career possible for the will be a 16 oz. Porter House Number" with Bob Hope and
Man. Write the Steak for$2.20 and a Shore Dinner Diller. .
Right to Regional' Phyllis --:;
BLUEJACKETS INN Friday for $1.50. The musical entertainment -
Director P.O. Box 13177, Hospital "Girl Happy" with
HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT Orlando Fla. 32809 will feature Phil Cay. SaturdayThe will be the"Moderns".Sunday -. Elvis Prseley and Shelley Fabres ...,.'
by owner. Orange Park Cus- Jokers will present the en- the special will be a Chick C. Field "She" with Ursula
tom built Cape Cod. bdrm. REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL- tertainment. Monday afternoonPhil en'dinner for $1.25 and a Shrimp Andress and Peter Cushing.,..
Air cond. Immediate. occ. TATION advice. 7 days a week. Cay will present the music, Basket for $1.25. Wednesday is
and in the evening English White, Game Night with a Baked Ham
Terms 264 2424. Homes for sale, $100 Down. Monday, September 5
Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- Jr., will play. Tuesday's enter- Dinner as the special. **
FOR SALE PLUSH '65 CADIL- als. Homesite Lots, Acreage, NAS Namu: The Killer
LAC 66 Ford Wagon. Trade, Investments. WALTER T.BOW- ''COUPON'ROOSEVELT' Whale" with Robert Lansing and
finance. Big Discounts, straightsale. EN, Reg. Broker USN Retired. Lee Meriweather.
RA5 7767. 384-1376 Hospital "Boy Did I Get A
MALL Wrong Number" with Bob Hope
ORANGE PARK 2 BR HOUSE .
and Phyllis Diller.C.
Funrished. Will rent to TAD SINGERS FOR $15 .
Field "Ride Beyond Ven-
personnel. 264 6884. SEWING MACHINES LEFT IN geance" with Chuck.Connors and

TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS, Storage, good (condition fully CAR WASH James MacArthur.
electric, does everything comp- z
Typists, Key punch operators, lete with attachments. o
Yours for o
for temporary assignments as charge $15 OPEN MONDAY.SATURDAY 8:30 AM.6PM O Tuesday, September 6
storage ; Only each. Q.
available. TEMPORARY
you are XUNDAV8.30AM1MP.H. C
Call warehouse 353-1946
will
TALENT 0753. 1130 ACLBLDG.356- deliver, no obligations. A-1 Sew- o THIS COUPON WORTH SOt OFF O TJ NAS "Study In Terror" with
ing Machine Company. John Neville and Donald Hus-
NO QUALIFYING: 3BR, 1 1/2 Q OR A Cir Wash Aiy Diy Except Wed. Z ton.

B, Bit In R & Oven. Fncd yd, Hospital "Namu: The Killer
APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN EVERY WED. IS IARGAIN DAY ,
1.25 Whale with Robert Lansing and
back porch, $88.10 mo. DUKE .IOMES, ORANGE PARK REAL-
LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374. AUTO Lee Meriweather.
TY, 264-2411 FREE WAX APPLIED
C. Field "Girl Happy" with
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HOUSES forSALE LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALT SHOPPING CENTER
FOR SALE HORSE GELD-
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ING, See to appreciate. Ph. 389-
will/// build on your lot
7711. Ext. 8639 Mr. Gibson NAS "Paradise Hawaiian

17 years building Style"Susana Leigh.with Elvis Presley and

in Jax IrelHERCULE5 MONEY Hospital "Study In Terror"
IN 1 DAY
FOR SALE 25 HP ELECTRIC with John Neville and Donald
Inc. outboard motor,will accept lighter Huston.C. .
motor on payment. Selling $25 Field "Boy Did I GetA
to get repair charges, Orange to $600ON Wrong Number" with Bob Hope
3738 Lanes Avenue South Park Small Engine Repair 264- and Phyliss Diller.
Phone 771.6845 Eves. 2685655. 9441. YOUR SIGUATURr:- a ARRANGED BY PHONE
Cash for any purpose,Just phone and tell us how FRA Labor y Events

much you want. Pick up the cash at your convenlence. -
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A Labor Day barbecue will be
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
held Monday Sept. 5, at the FRA
L You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmf. club on Roosevelt Boulevard, for
members and guests.A .
84.33 5.00 355.19 21.00 menu of barbecued beef or
15J.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 pork will be served for a dona-
219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00 tion of $1.50 per plate, all you
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 can eat.
There will be hamburgers and
not dogs for the kids at 75 cents
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members and their guestsare
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Intramurals Whistling InRigging4 1

Bowling _" \ p- %J


Todayi Hal League Schedule/ The 9'lUILv;

5 p.m. Lanes 1 & 2 vs FI-
CEUR CPO's
3 & 4 Falcons "B" vs Rip By Lt. P.. E... T Ibocleau

Cords 5 & 6 AOMD vs Hurricanes As many of you may know, Whistling In the Rigging will hence-
7 & 8 Misfits.vs CADUCEUS forth be a bi-weekly column, due to the desire of the staff of the
Jax Air News to present more sports news of a general nature. \
9 & 10 Pizzans vs Neptunes
Your writer will now get a week's rest in between column deadlines.The >. _
& 12 BLU Sky Warriors
11 vs ,
racing fans (fiends) werea 1'
"A" GOLF bit taken aback last week at named It "Kelly Girl"* and, of :
2 p.m. Front 679th vs Hos- the FYC when we Arrived and course she is finished in, what _
pital "B" the FYC did not have a race he calls Kelly Green. Bill has _
2:30 Front Nine Air Ops vs committee set-up for the race. been named as our nominee for C
AEWRON "B" Apparently all the people eligible Skipper for the LANTFLEET
2:30 Back Nine Marines vs VP- were out radng. Can't blame Championships to be held at Newport -
30 "B" them in a way as it's getting next month. Picked as his i
3 p.m. Front Nine VP5vs near the end of the series and crew were Lou Caron, Charlie
NARTU it's now or never for piling up Eastham and myself as alter-
3 p.m. Back Nine A/C Maintvs up those points. And they have nate.We should know for sure who
FICEUR had some rotten luck with the oil Is going to go by the time that THE GIRLS WON THIS ONE. Representing the efforts of the
scum and haven't had much opportunity this appears. I'm sure you'll the Jax Swim Club this /
girls on Navy trophy was recently presented -
to sail lately. hear all about it if you're around
NAT TC Golf
The Labor Day Regattas are the clubhouse at all. I sure to Capt. M. J. Stack by CWO H. E. Smalling of Cecil
fast approaching. About five of would like to go and have whack Field on behalf of swim mentor Chuck Phillips. The award
Teams Won Lost the NJSC Bantams will representus at the championship. represents the women's division/ / title In a recent Jax City meet.
TraFac 4 0 in the Sarasota bash on 3 If Lou hasn't gotten to you Watching the proceedings Is W. R. Fitch of Special Services.
AE"A"2 f 4 0 and 4 Sept. Providing that it as yet, the club patches are in.
MAD # 6 4 0 is still on, the Rudder Club has They turned out fine. I Imag-
MAD #4 3 1 slated a Labor Day race on 5 ine that he'll have them at the WESCONNETT FURNITURE Co.
Officers 3 1 September which most of us planto club meeting on 6 September,
AEI "B" #1 3. 1 make. How about you? These so buttonhole him and get yours.
MAD1 3 1 races are a good place to get This first one is free, any over
USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW
Bldg. 500 2 2 in some training. that amount you'll have to pay
AE "A" # 1 2 2 This past series of sailing les- for. Also, don't forget to get ADDING MACHINES '
AO # 1 2 2 sons have been a real success. your new NJSC membershipcards. NEW DESKS
"B" 2 2 We ended with about 15 You can't sail with-out
AO up new
.
them.A NEW & USED TV SETS
1 3
AEV "B" members getting their basic sail-_
MAD # 5 1 3 ing rating and, of course, becoming thought for the October Club FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse!
the Boat Co.
AEI "Bit #2 1 3 eligible to join the Navy meeting; Mobjack
EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. 7p.m.
is of their
sending us a
MAD 1## 5 1 3 Jacksonville Sailing Club. An- copy
AJI "B" /#2 1 3 film, High Speed Sailing. Do
1 3 other series will follow in the plan to be there as I'm sure thatit 5326
B1dg.560 WESTCOHHETT ILYD.AT 103RD 771-0750
AO#2 0 4 near future, depending on the de- will be a good show. I only
0 4 mand. hope that we don't have similar
MAD 1## 3
BKS'542 0 4 Bill Kelly has finished his problems that,went along with the
MAD#2 0 0 work on his Bantam. He has last movie we had. Just off
the top of my head, I'd say that
the movie is probably about the MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
Pacific Catamaran,a reallymov-
ing machine,. Aff Ranks -AM AgesLOW
For the occasional,sailors,the
VISITCLAUDE NJSC has ordered two new Rebel RATES
Day Sailers. One of these will
have a spinnaker so that we can EASY MONTHLY
give our racing skippers a little
NOLAN learning on the handling of same.
Trailers were ordered with the PAYMENTS
'
boats so that they can be used .
off-station. Added to the Rebel
PADILLAG & FQNT1ACM that we already have, these makea McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
fleet and we can race them on
$ $ I
race days. P. S. They'll beata

OPElsl MbNf THRU SAT Utitil 8 j>M week.Day Sailer any day of the AGENCY

Rumor has it that Lou Con-
6479 Roosevelt llvd. 388-7676
.stantini (NJSC) has bought a 20'
PHONE EL 3-3922 cruiser, Don Manley's Signet. 2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us Anytime
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I i ByK.F.LeljcdalJO3..:..';; Jax Fliers Sneak Past Pensacola-0 I


Athletes become noted by hav- Her assignments over this
ing their playing numbers period have included ventures For 6ND Crown Lose First Regional GameCHARLESTON
retired this week the Jax Air News into a wide range of civilian and ;
jumps one step further, placinginto military sports programs wellas -
handling and editing civil ser- S. C. It Naval District in the next step pitcher Don Stewart when Pensa-
honorary retirement Kay Le- vice news releases. took two games last Saturdaybefore up the ladder, Little Creek, Vir- cola's bats got to him in the fourth
lejedal's by line. Kay, who Incidently, to those who remember CNABT Pensacola knuckled ginia. The Fliers should have inning.
returned to civilian life yester- the "Midstream" column under toJax'sFliers -- a 1 6 copped the Saturdayopener,Coach Relayed information was
day, has handled the majority of of a few months back,"Mark Pensacola victory in the morningwas Frank McCaffery believed when sketchy on the second game--the
the sports news since she reported Winters" was as fictional a char followed by a 2 0 Jax he called in the results. The 2-0 Jax win which gave them,
aboard in June, 1964. She acter as Pecos Bill Kay,perhaps shutout win. team not having to suit up since the championship. Littleton
became co editor of the publi- bashful, used this as her pen Had the Jax Navy Fliers not Tues. went into the contest pitched a hot two hitter; both
cation this previous May. name. been overcome in the first game, "over anxious" said the coach, Flier markers came in the first
they( had come from behind by and the anxiety produced what inning. Other data was unavail-
virtue of a homer by Lou Rada McCaffery termed, "poor play" able because of miscues on the
Inlet Marina VP 30 which scored two run- on the locals part. part of the official scorer.
ners, and made it 5 3Jax in the Pensacola had squeaked into
AND BOATYARD fourth inning), there would have the finals by virtue of a 2 1 Fliers FracturedNAS

been no need for the playoff which win over tough Key West. LITTLE CREEK, Va. .
MERCURYD MERCRUISER ultimately put the Fliers on a The softballers played tag with
the Fliers Monday
Fate caught
Norfolk and Western passenger the Scoreboard, as well as each
FACTORY defeated in
TRAINED MECHANICS night as they were
train northbound for Norfolk.A other. The first game saw Jacksonville their first of the South
soothsayer could have been jump out into a 20 game
Softball Tour-
I Boats: Sales-Service-Storage used the latter part of the first inning lead; the Goshawks Atlantic Regional the from
nament, 4 2, by entry
Charleston tournament for came back making if I 3-2; Rada'sbelt
weather predictions -- two again put our bunch in front ComTen. The base softballerswere
Large Selection-New & Used Rigs due to go against one of
5-3 Pensacola 4
t games had to be curtailed and ; got more the other three entries in the
re played because the rains and the Fliers picked up a lone
Hwy. 17 Orange Park 264.9835 came. The Fliers were affected tally in their half of the seventh, double elimination results tournamentlate were not
) BUT the Fliers left nine men Tuesday;
when their Friday night game available before deadline time
was re scheduled for Satur- stranded on base including two
however.
in the last inning.
Each had five hits MondayL.
day.Needless to say, both teams "Big John" Littleton had team
(f Rada, (ground ruled double
wanted to represent the Sixth to come to the aid of starting which could have gone for a standup -
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Girl Tankers Churn Way


I To City Swim TitleBy SEE CRISWELL TIRE COMPANYCHANGE

Former J03 Kay F. Leeo/ /
Sixteen Navy Jax lassies put record -setting swim ( 100-
their swim club in the winner's yard breaststroke) with Kathy DOUBTFUL TIRES NOW.. .
circle during the recent Jackson- Nauman, Cindy Puleo, and Mary
ville Invitational senior men's Kay Glaraton finishing in 4th, GET READY FOR
and women's ( 12 and up) City 5th and 6th place, respectively.In .
Swim Meet and walked off with LABOR DA WEEKEND DRIVING!
the women's high point honors.In addition to her win the med
ley relay team, Ellen Smalling
their effort to rack up points,
did some "first place" strokingof
the girls relay team tied one
her own to win the 100-yard
city record, and young Susie II I I I I I 1 I I I' 'I I
Chance, Vicki Decker, and Ellen butterfly, and also finished up
third in the 100 yard free-
Smalling proved to be real "go-
getters" when they won the first style. Another relay member
Vicki Decker, finished fifth in the
of the the
event meet 200-
200 yard freestyle.The .
yard medley relay equalingthe
city record of 2:10.4. From Navy fellows didn't fareas '
then on the girls were a groupto well against the stiff compe- :41
be watched. tition in their division and ,finished -
Several times during the the meet in fourth placeall
course of the two day meet tied with San Jose.
the Navy Jax girls seemed to other individual honor in winning
dominate the boards. If they the Women's 200 yard IM,
weren't finishing in first place Ginny Bunn and Linda Mayberry
they would finish in strengthto anchored down the 3rd and 4th 1
make up for the differenceand place positions. When it was t
sometimes both. Ginny's turn to win the 100- :
While Susie Chance added an- yard backstroke she was 'followed 1RT
Navy Jax finished in four of by teammates Sandra For-
the top six places in Susie's tin and Pat Dalzell. M

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lax To Hold

Dog FestivalThe I Cecil Sports In Short j



Jacksonville 7th Annual Tennis TournamentThe Mixed BowlingThe //
Dog Festival, in conjunction with
National Dog Week will be heldat NAS Cecil Field Station Tuesday Mixed Bowling
Willow Branch Park September Tennis Tournament was just recently Doubles will commence Tues-
'f P 18 from 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. completed with Captain R. day September 6, at 7:30 p.m.
The military and civilian organizers M. Stacy of the Marine Bks. and in the NAS Cecil Bowling Lanes.
1 of the Festival have arranged Ly. D. Barton of VA 44 tak- Mondays Mixed Doubles will
r a very attractive program ing the honors.In begin Monday September 1.3, at
I that will be interesting and entertaining the Singles Division Capt. 7:30 p.m. (Couples are needed).

.. ( for everyone. Puppy, Stacy came through by dumping
# 1 adult dog and obedience matchesas Ltjg. Wideman of VFP 62 Squash 'Entries \ '
/r 44.z well as a children handling 6 2 and 6 0. The Doubles

ti match are some of the events Division was taken by Capt.Stacy Squash will begin September 6, .
scheduled. Elections will be held and Lt. Barton defeating team .
for Canine King and Queen of the of Lt."Wideman and Chief,' Trox- at 4:30 p.m. in the NAS Cecil '
Festival. Trophies will be a- ler6-2arnd6-2. Gym. Entries in Squash are:
warded to all winners and to the GEMD # 1, GEMD #1# 2, "Hor-
oldest dog present. Physical Fitness nets" of VA 44, and the "Malta -

Rod&Gun Club Holds Meeting Adult woman Physical Fitness Do's.. "

px Classes will be held at the NAS
All NAS Cecil Field hunters this station may be found in Cecil Cecil Station Gym every Tues- Buy
II should set their sights on the Field Inst. 11015.1E. There day and Thursday. The first
I station Rod & Gun Clubs next are also membership deadlinesto class will begin Tuesday Sept-
t meeting. The meeting is scheduled contend with, so it is of the ember 13, from 9:00 a.m. to
t t for Thursday September 1, up most importance that personnel 10:00 Women wishing to par- Bonds,
7:30 p.m at the golf shack. wishing to hunt or fish read ticipate in this program may con-
r rt the rules. f.1; tact the station gym at 497 or
Hunters itching to set their ,
'f t The skeet committee will : 498.
open '
t : ', ),
those fat doves '
are
sights on
., the skeet from 4:00 l> LYNNWOOD
range p.m. v '.. 1 ,ff Raiders Basketball I
urged to attend this meeting. to 7:30 p.m. prior to the meetingand "'Ii ,, .
's4 interested in
I Hunting' fishing aboard Cecil will be on hand to instruct ) Anyone play- CkristlMChircli5200Wescemet
4 Basketball for the
I requires you to join the Rod & shooters in the art of wing shoot- 9 :; f. ing Varsity
ask-
< Cecil Field "Raiders" are
r' Gun Club, or 'if you are alreadya Ing. Shells and targets will be ;t' J ': f ed to attend a meeting at 12:00on
member to renew your mem available the range. It's a good ;;;:{ i.r,<,:t ,'I .> t Tuesday September 6, in the (Corner Dorminy Avenue and
bird '. V/esconnett Boulevard
to improve )
be r ship. opportunity your >,. \\ station .
for aboard shooting skill.NAS -. ..:'rj gym.Officers
The rules hunting ,11' f: r l,
Church School 9:30
Wiles BowlingThe ,A.M.
'
,
. Cecil Bowling Standings ,' ;:{, '"" <4. '" ( ,j,, Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.
< < :t A Af Officer's Wives Bowling Youth Groups 6:00 P.M.
Tuesday Early Monday Night Early Finial/ :t! League will hold an organiza- Church Phone 771.4021'Porsonaqe

Team Won Lost Teams Won Lost ,\ ; luI .... tional meeting in the NAS Cecil Phone 7772762
r" 9
.4' Bowling Lanes September at
_
J. E. SHERMAN Minister
10:00 a.m.
Blackshoes 45 15 Blackshoes 41 15
Hustlers 41 19 Kegtecks 37 19 DUH . Did you say all

Pace Maker 35.5 24.5 Alley Oops 36 20 breeds.
VA-44i2 35 25 VC-4 31 25.N'AMTD.4 In preparation for the Festival THERE IS A
Rustlers ... .30,30 1. .27 ,29 special children's handling classes .
Hanger # 67 27.5 32.5 NAMTD # 2 26 30 will be held at Boone Parkon
Alley Gators 24 36Marine VFP 62 20 36 September 10 and 17 from PICN'.SAVE-

Bks. 22 38 1st High Team, three games, 10:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. All
t Hack Drivers 20 40. Kegtecks 2725; 2nd High, Black- children from 6 to 16 years of :
i ., Yellow Gators 20 40 shoes, 2613; 3rd High, Black- age are invited to attend. Bring o .
'
shoes, 2552; 1st High, Ind., your own dog regardless of breed.
High Team' Series .- HDCP- three games, Specht 621; 2nd Admission is free and all pro- STORE
Hanger' if 67, High IND. Game High, Van Vuren, 619; 3rd High, ceeds from stands and concessIons -
HDCP, Van Vuren 274; High McCommon, 606; 1st High Team will be donated for ,veterInary -.
Team Game HDCP.- Hanger Game, Kegteck, 984; 2nd High research. NEAR YOU
# 67 1912; High IND. Series Blackshoes, 933; 3rd High.
HDCP Proxay 678. Blackshoes? 919; SteakFry -

The General Mess will servea .
MEN OF THE SHANGRILAPick
picnic steak fry in picnic area .
# 1 on September 5, from 4:00 CHECK ORLUNCHEON
up either Volkswagen p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The meal
will ba served only to authorized SPECIALS
patrons of the General Mess.In .
in Europe. the event of rain the meal
will be served in the Mess Hall
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