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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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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., 24 u. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 9, 1966



i VAP-62 Det. 19


Returns From IIl ..


3 Mo. In Rota

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I Thirty six tired but happy
members of VAP 62 Det 19

arrived in Jacksonville at 8 p.m. ..:--, .
Saturday after a 14 hour journey y ,
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from Rota, Spain.
They were greeted officially
by their Commanding Officer ''' M' Q
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SPEAKIHG OUT FOR CHARITY, Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell/ Base, Washington, D. C., and EVEN THE SKIPPER can stand to expand his knowledge Is

ComFalrJax, helped/ kick off the second annual CombnetFed finally Jacksonville.The one lesson to which Jax personnel' should pay close attention.

eral Campaign for HAS Jax at King Hall// on Tuesday. Seatedto were treated members to a of trip the to Det.another 19 Capt. Martin J. Stack, CO HAS, was one of the many persons

the admiral's left are Jack Quarltius, United Fund Campaign foreign country during their who enrolled in the first of Jacksonville University's special

Chairman, and Capt. Martin J. Stack, HAS Commandlnq Officer three month stay in Rota. Someof on-base evening classes being offered here this semester.


Sept. 3-Oct. 18: Germany countries the personnel and as France.Norway visited, England such, Starts Sept. 12:



Combined Fed. CampaignGets their making For first many the time of detachment the away youngsters from, it was the Jax U. Offers On-Base


Under HereThe States.After a day or two 'of rest, the
Way detachment Joined the parent Night Classes At NAS

squadron to swap sea stories
second annual Combined Federal off, with the men who made the trip
Campaign got to a Jacksonville University will establish a Center ,at JacksonvilleNaval
galloping start 'on base Tuesday ,,morning when one unit came last year. ',<
:Air Station this,fall to.proyide.expanded>> educational
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forward ,at,the kick JI off meetlngtoannource} they had topped their goal Det-19 Jtias,.been.,making'an,, for area military personnel.. services .,'
.7", Tor this*year even_ before the chanty drive ,had started officially annual three month, tour.to' Spain A joint announcement of the establishment ,of the Center was
for several The'detachment
Navy Exchange personnel were responsible for the $4,710 check years. ,
made late Tuesday by JU President Robert H. Spiro and Capt. Mar-
which was presented to the Campaign cause by Cdr. Fred Schanze, was assigned to mapping Stack
tlm J. Officer of NAS.
Commanding Jacksonville
missions for various countries In ____ __
Jr., Officer In Charge and received by Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell, p the opening 01 this Denier

Commander! of Fleet Air_ !ax._ ,_,_, ____ Europe. represents another step in cementing Courses to be offered will be
Adm. Caldwell said the Exchange VAP 62 is currentlyon72- the partnership which taught by regular members of
personnel not only were iour standby until mid October exists between the University, the Jacksonville University fac-
first to complete their campaign, NATlCdM In connection with the"Storm- the Navy and the greater Jacksonville ulty and will carry full college
but came up with 300 percent of fury". Planes from this squadronare area," Dr. Spiro said. credit. Course materials and
their goal. assigned the task of seedingthe instruction will be identical to
Capt. Bob Watson,Chalrmanof ) hurricane with silver iodide Five three-credit courses will those given on campus.
the Duval County Navy Steering f-C9) over an eight hour period in be conducted at Jacksonville NAS
Committee for the drive, told the an attempt to produce more pro- this semester, Dr. Spiro said. All officers enlisted men,Department -
325 volunteer ,solicitors presentat nounced, longer lasting effectsIn Registration was held Wednes- of Defense civilianem-
the kick off meeting that modifying the destructive tropical day from 2 to 6 p.m. Classes ployees and theIr dependents in
the 1966 goal for NAS is$205,000. storms. begin.Monday, Sept. 12. the''greater Jacksonville area are
which Is 3.2 percent more than eligible to take the courses at
last year's goal. :.<.,. "' 1'" y: the NAS Center,.according to Lt.
"But we feel It Is a goal ; t Cdr. R. Fitzslmmons
"':\j. ,it; ,.: J mili-
which Is attainable and fits in with ,':>! : ;.: tary personnel officer at NAS
the economic development of our- Jax.
;#f.
selves," he added. 'N

The Combined Federal Cam- Qualified students enrolled in
paign includes three drives, the Center courses will be eligiblefor
United Fund of Duval County; financial assistance under the
the National Health Agencies, 4 U. S.Navy Tuition Aid Programfor --
eight agencies for research and active-duty Naval personnel -
treatment of disease; and the International a -- and the Cold War GI
Service Agencies, a. I a'' 1 Bill -- for active-duty military

including CARE, Project Hope, personnel and veterans -- Cdr.
Radio Free Europe and the Am- Fitzsimmons said.
erican Korean Foundation. E
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The Combined Federal Cam- During the Center's first'se-
paign runs thrugh Oct. 31. The mester of operation, freshman
total pledged, through monthly level courses will be given in
allotment or payroll deduction, Composition and Literature,
will be divided between the three Western Civilization and College
campaign units The United Fund wr ex Algebra. Two upper division
will receive 75 percent, the Nat- courses In business administration -
ional Health Agencies will receive -- Principles of Management -
17 percent, and 8 percent and Business Law -- will
will go to the International Serv- also be offered.
ing Agencies.
Participating In Tuesday's Classes will be held in the.

ceremonies were Capt. Martini r I W y } 4 1 late afternoon or evening.
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Stack, CO NAS; Capt. Rod Harrison sa 1 1A Jacksonville University Instructors -

senior chaplain; Jack scheduled to teach at
Quaritius, United Fund campaign the NAS Center this semesterare
chairman; Gordon Blalock,a volunteer Lee N. Duncan, lecturerIn
campaigner for the Nat- nglishJoseph H. Williams,
ional Health Agencies; Leonard ,
lecturer In history; Billy Ross
Eubanks, chairman of the Com- Mitchelllecturerinbuslnessadministration -
bined Federal Campaign coordinating 'a
; Walter B. Stovall,
committee; and Bob Mooreof A MAW CROSS, a Bronze Star Medal and one of the South Vietnamese government's highest Jr., lecturer In mathematics;

Atlanta who, assistant for director the International of- awards were presented here last week to Mrs. Joseph F. Cove//a/ for the extraordinary heroismof and Isaac L. Levy, lecturer in
CARE, spoke
agencies. her late husband, GySgt. Covello, who was killed In action last January during fierce fightIng business administration.

Similar kick offs were staged In Vietnam. Mrs. Covella and her five children were at the Marine Aviation Det. parade
later this week at Mayport Nav- ceremonies here to accept the medals from Col. Louis H. Wilson, Jr., World War II Medal of Approximately 70 Naval personnel -
al Station and Cecil Field NAS. Honor winner, who Is now Director of the Sixth Marine Corps District. i: Center are courses.expected to enrollin
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:Olv ne 5ervl p CROSSWORD PUZZLE

I Am An AmericanBurn nes n... cool '
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ACROSS 13 .1. 3 Gin ,10 3 >d. 1 vi1.Elephant"
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. 3-The urial
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your draft card, boy. Join the protest marchers, the tooth Retained 5-War god6Sesame EEQ0.BQQ a a I S
teach-ins and the ban the bomb demonstrators. Edward's Chapeland 5-The sweetsop13Symbol .15 3 1 9 0 a 5 't1 a n
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Because I am an American I'll protect your right of free expressionof Naval Hospital 11 Felonies for measure 3 3 b S ?f. S 1:1: a
your Ideas. But how about some help from you? Or am I askingtoo erbium 8.S e... I d. SaN!01. or! 1 1ft
much In expecting you to help combat the communistic menaceto SUNDAY MASSES 14-Clothlnl 9-Meadows I b II 3 >d 1ft d d 1ft.810.Prlmltlve a
of free assembly and peaceable ? Hospital y 0630St. S T 2f .S :_J H S d ,
your rights protest Edward's ISA state (abbr.) reproductive 31W1: .J. ...EEEU.
11-High mountain body
I understand your fears. I felt them In 1943 and again in 1952. Chapel 0900 & 1100 19-Musical sounds 11-Peak

I feel them again today. I will be afraid if I'm assigned to duty in 20-Fruit seed 12-Location 15-Collection of ,28-Tattered cloth 29-Coffin and Us
Vietnam just as I was assigned to the Pacific in World War H and DAILY MASSESSt. 21-Weight of India facts 31Flowering20Gift stand
to Korea in the Korean War. However, if so assigned I will go, Edward's: (pl. ,18.Chooses shrub 41-WaSstcoat;
Monday thru Friday 113(. 32-perlod of time 2-Brother of Jacob
because, as corny as it may sound, It is my duty to my country.I 23-CthIopian title 33-Happen 45-SpanIsh for
will go in the belief that It will help prevent my children from Saturday 0900 24Liberate2SMediterranean 22.Retailestablishment, 34-Classified "river"
fighting the Communists on United States soil at some later date; Navil Hospital; 35-Mark left by 46-Abstract being:
24-Senses wound 49-Behold!
or preclude any opportunity for the likes of you to advocate surrender Friday 1205 vessel 26-Bitter vetch 37-Be ill 51-Earth loddell29.Preposition
to communism at some later date. 27-Woody plants
CONFESSIONSSt.
3 4 6 7 8
I understand your ignorance of the real goal of communism since Edward's : 30-Roman bronze 1 2

you have been Influenced by a few Idealistic, highly educated boobs Saturday - 1900 2000 31-Poetry 9 10 i 11 i 12
who inhabit an unreal world of theory. They choose to ignore the Sunday -0815 0845; 33-Eyes closely :>
stated goals of world communism and its oft demonstrated means 1015 1045 35Father36Moccasin 13 14 15 16

of obtaining these aims in the real world that most of us inhabit. Hospital: Sunday .0615 - <: 20
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They, and you, choose to ignore the lessons of history no matter 38Superciliousperson i 17 i 18 ( 'Q9S; =

how recent they may be CATECHISM CLASSES 2'' 22 Chapel Annex Building 722: 40-Race of lettuce

I also, understand that you have been reared in an era of parental Saturday's 1000 41-Express :>. 73 26 27 28
permissiveness that breeds scorn for"discipline, law and order. It 43-Prefix:three r- 30
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SERVICES
appears to be an ear that encourages you to disobey any rule you DIVINE 44-Indian mulberry ; :
disagree with or did not help make. I recognize this environmentas PROTESTANTAll 45-Hermit 31 32 33 34 v
the spawning ground for your shallow excuse of refusing to participate Saints Chapel 47-Symbol fortellurium rc.
to fight. Did you participate indrawing up the Bill of Rights? SUNDAY'S: 35 36 37 38 3

the Constitution? Did you participate In the fast wars this country 0800 - -Holy Communion 48-Savor 40 t<<- 41 42 43
fought against tyranny and oppression? "0 not. How old 0930 & 1100Divine Worship SO-Forest warden
do you think I am?" you ask. Do you then reject your heritage as 52-Sound a horn 44 45 46 47

an American resulting from these actions because you were not a SUNDAY SOIOOL093l' 53Cmployed'DOWN
participant? Do not the majority of the votes of this country select AnnexBuilding 48 49 50 51
- -Chapel !
the President and the other representatives to make the decisionsfor 722 52 53furniture
the people? In a democracy do those who were Ineligible to vote 1-Articles of
or who voted for an unsuccessful candidate forfeit any of their: rights WEDNESDAY'S Diatr. by United Feature Syndicate Inc 17

and privileges as free citizens? Are they released from any of 1900 -Choir Rehearsal
their responsibilities as citizens? Mr Ui I III Altherlalerviee' N...,i,in Only."
THURSDAY

Child that you are, you want all the privileges of a free man but 2000 Christian Science Servl'-e

not his responsibilities. Knowing full well that in a free society SECOND MONDAY of Each Month For Retirement?
such as ours, there are, always were and always will be parasites 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Preparing
like you along for .the free ride. I will still defend our freedom as (Small Chapel)
long as I shall live.I .

U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL. 'OperationHighline' HelpsThe
will protect our liberty despite your'shortcomings as long as I Sunday's;7 .. 1000
shall live. I further hope to live long enough to see you learn the _'" It:<,
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true meanings of liberty, freedom and communism, and then in 'CECIL FIELD 4. nt

spite of your fears, volunteer to serve your country. Only then, story is that the old sailor who was quitting the sea put an
child, will you realize that freedom is not a free ride, but it is secured PROTESTANT anchor on his shoulder and commenced walking inland. His intentionwas
and held at great cost. Today- that when he was first asked, "What's that on your shoulder?"
Choir Practice at 7 p. m. he would drop the anchor to the ground and live the rest of his life
(CRD Standish, Material Department Officer at NSD, Newport, Sunday- in that place.
Rhode Island, submitted' the above essay to the Freedom's Founda- Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Some career Navymen make as much preparation for their civilian
tion Essay Contest. It won a prize for the author. Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. career as the old sailor In the sea story. They believe that civilian
Communion on the first Sunday life is waiting to receive them with open arms, that they will be
of the month. deluged with requests for their services at a higher salary than they

received prior to retirement.In .
Chaplains MessageGOD CATHOLIC some cases that retired Navy his decision.He .
Daily- man does find his services in is not a drifter; he remained -
11:20 a. m. Mass demand, but too often he finds with the same organization -
Sunday- himself thrust Into a set of civi- for 20 years. He has a
GETS IN THE WAY 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions lian clothes competing with all record of obedience, punctuality,

By Lt. Robert L. Richter CHC heard before each Mass. other civilians for those high and loyalty. He has a family,
paying positions that advertised home
we see a and is well establishedin
In the Inside pages of the the community.He .
Riots, protest marches and civil unrest mark this hectic summer. community newspapers.What Is well trained and well
The convictions of one group of people stand in the way of another. Traffic ViolationsThe are the jobs? What are the traveled. He is adaptable to
Some protest quietly for various causes. Some march. Other riot. qualifications? How can I best change, but perhaps his most
There was much agitation against the Christian Gospel In the first prepare myself for a second, a Important quality Is his proven
century. The preaching of "God's power" disturbed the status quo, following is a report of civilian,career, while I am on ability to meet and deal with
other religious expression, and even threatened an economic reces- motor vehicle accidents and traffic active duty? What kind of man people.
sion, as the 19th Chapter of Acts tells us. In this case, Paul's violations for the period of is civilian Industry looking for? His eligibility for retirement
preaching of "gods made with hands are not gods", threatenedthe Aug. 30 Sept. 5. "Operation Highline" is the generally occurs when the great
craftsman of silver idols of the Ephesian goddess Artemis. Number of Accidents name given by the Navy Leagueto est demands are placed on his
God is always getting in the way; of people's preconceived ideas This Week -------4 the program to bring togetherthe Income; he is still making house
about Him, in the way of the status quo, even in the way of our Total Accidents this year through prospective Navy retiree and payments, and has children still
religiosity. He gets in the way through our conscience, throughour Sept. 5 - - -247 the civilian employer. Presenta- in school, quite likely in col
guilt, through His moral law. He stands In the way of our Number of Accidents through tions will be given at 10 a.m. on lege. Navymen are accustomed to
anger, our coveteousness, our disobedience. Sept. 5, 1965 - 161 Sept. 21 any 28 in 'King Hall, a regular and substantial income,
God gets in the way for a purpose -- that we make way for Him -- Total number of days since last at NATTC designed to ans- and are least prepared to suffera
who says, "I am the way, the truth and the life..." injury in a motor vehicle accident wer the questions asked by all reduction in pay at this time.
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men who will eventually retire They must therefore carefully
Number of Violations from the Navy and who will prepare well before retirementfor
This Week - - -51 be
.seeking a civilian career. the transition from Navy life
JTAX NEWS Speeding - - -12 On September 21, the program to civilian life.Naval .
Reckless Driving - -1
will be conducted by the Florida with 16
Going through Stop Sign -4 State Employment Service cover- personnel or
more years service are eligible
Other Violations41 Ing job opportunities in the Jacksonville -
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian ,Enterprise News Thirty sevendrlvers appeared area. Managerial and and encouraged to attend the

paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air before the Traffic Hearing professional positions on Sept. ther planned information presentations.called For"NAV-fur-

Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Board at the meeting held on 28 will feature successful local AIRLANT Career, Information

Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in Sept.included 6. Disposition the following of: the Two cases lost businessmen who will outline the Center, Jacksonville, Ext. 8185,

the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public driving and parking privileges qualifications they are seeking in or come by building 168 for firsthand
employees and who will describe
Affairs Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by .noon aboard station for various periods how qualifications such as these information.

on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed ; One was assigned to may be obtained by the Navy man POGO Walt Kelly
from all sources- Telephone EV 9-77I, Ext. 8762. complete an eight hour courseIn while still on active duty.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and remedial driving at NATTC; What qualities does the Navy-

queries concerning such should be directed to: Three were assigned to completea man have that make him attract-
six hour course In remedial ive to the civilian ?
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. employer
driving at Jax Police Academy
; After 20 of FV
years service, the
Florida 32210 Telephone 387 4451
Jacksonville ,Seven received suspensions; Navy man is an Individual In
Sixteen were given warnings; good health; mature, but gen- awe
VOL. 24 NO. 24 SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 Nine dismissed; None fined( U. S. erally much below middle age.

Commisioner) and Five referit He is a success having made a .
to commanding officers for pos- decision years ago to make the
sible disciplinary action. Navy ... .I..
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GladiatorSpotlight Blue Bolts Notes ed a Douglas A 4 "Skyhawk" VA 172 home based at
on the flight Deck of the Frank- NAS Cecil Field Flies the versatile -
lin D. Roosevelt for the 100th A4C "Skyhawk" light
Quintuple Centurion Single Centurions time. Cook is currently serving jet attack aircraft.
Commander Bruce A. Nys- Lcdr.: M. J. Naschek recently as Information and:! Education Along with a commendation en-
Gladiator of the Month tom Commanding Officer of NAS, made his 100th arrested land: ficer of VA 172. tered in his service record
Cecil Field's Attack SquadronOne ing aboard the FranklinD.Roose- Since joining the Navy in July Rooney has been relieved of all
Aviation Machinist Mate JamesD. Seven Two successfully velt to become a "Roosevelt 1959, Cook has logged over 640 military duties during regular
Simmons of Attack SquadronOne completed the 500th carrier arrested Single Centerion". Mr. Nas- flight hours and has accumulateda liberty hours for one month.
Hundred Six has been rec- landing of his Navy car- chek made his 100th landing in an total of 124 carrier landings in
ognized for his outstanding per- eer August 15. when he landed A4C "Skyhawk". his Naval career. Plane Captain
formance: by his selection as the Joining the Navy in January Airman Apprentice John W.
July "Gladiator of the Month." 1953. Lcdr. Naschek has logged Sailor// of the Month Sherman is July's Plane Cap-
over 2680 flight hours and has tain of the Month for Attack
accumulated a total of 296 car- Squadron One Seven Two. The
rier landings:! In his Naval career. ADJ2 Robert A. Rooney has announcement was made aboard
been selected as Attack SquadronOne the USS Franklin D. Rooseveltby
I :' : Seven Two's Sailor of the the squadron's commanding
f ." Month for July. Commander B. officer Commander B. A.
A. Nystrom, Commanding Officer Nystrom.He .
of VA 172 made the is also relieved of all military -
announcement aboard the deployed duteis during regular lib-
USS. Franklin D. Roosevelt. erty hours for one month.
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was established by the squadron Korean War Veteran Cdr.
commanding officer to give appropriate Nystrom has flown over 4,500 LCDR. NASCHECKLTJG _.. ........ FREE! s.......
recognition to those hours since joining the Navy in
enlisted men who are outstanding July 1945. BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR ONE
members of the command. The Triple CenturionLT. Z MAN'S SUIT or ONE LADIES DRESS Z
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NARTU News & ViewsVR743 1I..ul.r NIIOTC CNA Tech Tra Praises


of NARTU Jax returned from two weeks of active. Qu'Iffy'ngExamDeadline NAMTD's Chief DavisADCS
duty at Barbers Point Hawaii, last Saturday Sept. 3.
The transport squadron, while on cruise, aided in airlifting Near William P. Davis of the Jax Naval Air Maintenance Training
supplies and personnel to and from ahe Viet Nam area. The deadline date for making Detachments recently received a letter of commendation from Rear
Naval Air Reserve transport application for the Regular Adm. M. H. Tuttle Chief of Naval Aig Technical Training, for his
squadrons throughout the Air Reserve bers of HS-742, Included Lt. J. NROTC qualifying examination Is contribution to the Implementation of the Navy Maintenance and Material -
command are spending W. DuRocher Co-pilot; ADRC fast approaching. Applicationsmust Management (Aviation) System In Fleet/Shore Units throughout -
their weeks of Lawrence M. Tison and AFCMR. -
two training keep- ; be received by the Educational the Navy.
Ing men and supplies in motion C. Splinter Jr. Testing Service on or Senior Chief Davis as CPOIC exceptionally high standard of

to the Western Pacific. before Nov. 18. Applicants will of NAMTRADET 3026, was responsible training.
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The Florida Reservists pre- participate in the nationwide for supplying 3M train- "Your devotion to duty and
sented a Florida Palm Tree to competitive examination on Dec. Ing to aviation activities at NAS determination to Improve Naval
the city of Honolulu, Hawaii, as lO.the only date on which the examination Cecil Field, NAS Jacksonville, Aviation is In keeping with the
a gift from the Sunshine State. Two members of NARTU Jax will be given, as NAS Sanford, NAS GuantanamoBay highest order of Naval Tradition.
were officially recognized for the first step toward a college NAS Lakehurst NAVSTA, The United States Navy is built
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their achievements during the education and a' regular com- Keflavik, NASArgentia, Roosevelt around Petty Officers of your
Summer Accelerated Training mission in the Naval service.All and USS Saratoga. More caliber. I wish to express my
Quick action averted a possible Program which was conducted tuition, fees and books than 4800 maintenance personnelwere sincere gratitude and personal
disaster when a Selected locally these past three months. are furnished by the Navy, and trained by his detachmentIn thanks for a job well done."
Reserve crew operating a NARTU subsistence Chief Davis was assisted in
the student receives a 18 months of operation.The
SH-34J Helicopter lost power ADRC Charles W. Hill and allowance of $50 per month his training mission by AZCC.
and made an emergency landingnear A. Brown, AZC F. L. Sprankle -
ADJ2 Thomas Hamby received for not more than four years.' commendation was pre-
I Cecil Field, the evening of letters of commendation and a During each summer betweenhis sented to Chief Davis by Lcdr.J. AZ1 J. M. Comparetta, AK1
I Wednesday, Aug. 31. "Well Done" from the NARTUCO college years, a midshipman .' R. Bond Officer in Charge M. P. Burt and AZ2 K. G. Hig-
The Lcdr. Samuel L.
pilot, Capt. C. D. Simonsen, dur- participates in interesting of the local NAMTraDets.Adm. ginbotham. Upon completion of
Jennings flew the craft to the ceremonies at the local unit training cruises. Tuttle's letter said In 3M training In June, Chief Davis
open area when the engine beganto ing Friday Sept. 2. High school seniors and grad part "your contribution to this was: assigned as CPO in chargeof
backfire and lose power. on uates who will be entering collegein task was particularly noteworthyin NAMTraDet 1058 (SP 2E/H)
Lcdr.: Jennings initiated auto- September 1967 and who will meeting changing curriculumand and Chief Brown took over NAM
rotation and landed the aircraft Not only did the men set a be at least 17 but not 21 years of changing fleet scheduling TraDet 3026 and the task of establishing -
without damage.The good example to the 85 recruits age by July 1, 1967 may apply problems. By your' efforts, the a three week main-
helicopter, suffering a during the summer in their ad- for the Navy ,College AptitudeTest. implementation of the 3M sys- tenance administration' course
cracked engine cylinder was ministrative positions but they Those who make a qualifying tem was completed well ahead of which will soon be offered atNAS
towed back to NAS Sax on Fri contributed greatly to organizingthe score on the Navy College schedule while maintaining an Jax.
day.The groundwork for the training Aptitude Test (NCAT) will be --- -
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crew, composed of mem session prior to Its beginning. given a medical examination and
will complete their applications in NATTC :
January and February of 1967.
(1 Applictions for the NCAT are
Behind The SceneBy
1i- available at local high schoolsand
don't Hll everyone that. the pizza atthole at Navy Recruiting Stations,
*/* at 4420 BLANOINO BLVD. It or from the Chef of Naval Per- Id.!! Fondingalond

J << perfect,.. ftrtt thing you know thorowont sonnel ((Pers B6261)), Depart- Cdr. A. L. Dodson Executive Officer of NATTC, Memphis,

! r .D.. be enough to go around D.ment C. of 20370.the Navy, Washington, presented graduation certificates to class 614 at AE"A" School
; graduation last Thursday.One .
R The local Navy Recruiting of the students, Bill Dodson, is the son of Cdr. Dodson.
21 VARIETIES! Branch Station Is located In Room.451' -
The NATTC Memphis Executive Officer had the opportunity to
of the Main' Post Office,
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attend AO"A" School.
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the Federal Employees Group amount in force at separationuntil retirees. The remaining 1/4
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calendar month after his 65th parents, other next of kin and
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vidual policy and having his group Federal employees or re- the claim.
life insurance continued as a retired tirees. For more information em-
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SHIP FLIPS: One of the/ Navy'' most unusual craft Is
the "F//p// Ship," a floating Instrument platform. The vessel/ SEALAB COVERAGE: A photographer from the Wavy'' Mobile Photographic
used take measurements at depths that can only he explored Unit at the Naval/ Air Station, North Island/ California/ provides coverage
is to ALVIN One of the newest most successful undersea vehicles TRIESTE: View from the top of the observation gondola of
diyers for short periods. Its ballasting system permits : Navy's and of the 45-day long Sealab II experiment off La Jolla. During the experiment,
by to an area normally and, once there, Is the research submarine Alvin. Recently, the deep-diving sub helped located the bathyscaph Trieste. The cabin has an Inside diameter of 47 different 'tests were conducted, ranging from a determination/ of human
the ship to proceed
end to give scientists/ / a vertical platform reaching an H-bomb lost In the crash of two Air Force plance off Palomares, six and one-half feet, Is large enough to accomodate two men performance/ at 210 feet below the surface, to the use of new underwater
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Navy has long had a more It was the contention of Capt. terest and the prospect of major by' simulation of actual undersea the knowledge gained was applied he experienced no ill effects. urtf L.
''i\\ than "surface" interest In the Bond and Capt. Jacques Yves discoveries brought legislation conditions in a laboratory situa to the development of Sea- He did, however, have to under
'i'I" oceans of the world. For more Cousteau of France that, by using and funds in 1963 to establish tion. The Navy's Experimental Lab II. SeaLab II was designed go 31 hours of decompression be
''I....,.. than 100 years men have locked helium and oxygen}' breath- the "Man in the Sea" Diving Unit in Washington, D. C. exclusively to extend the duration fore\) returning to sunace pres as much as
.. "" themselves In pressurized prisons Ing mixtures, man could break program and a broad approach completed a series of "satl and depth previously read] sure.
\ : : such as bathyscaphs, diving the umbilical cord that tied him to underwater research. l uration" dives under the dir ed. Here, however,the emphasis Porpoises, noted for their ability
i bells helmets, miniature submarines to the surface. ection of Capt. Bond, to a depth was on the "man" aspect. The to locate targets In dark $ $ $
and the like to peer out The Idea was that man could The/ Beginning of 400 feet with various decompression concept that man could not only waters by means of a natural 15/20/30/
through pressure .and darkness to live for extended periods under Overall responsibility for the calculations and provided live under the sea for extended sonar system, also played a /
learn the mysteries of the ocean's' high pressure with no 111 effects "Man in the Sea" program :physiological information periods but also accomplish use pan in the SeaLab Ilexperiemnt.Tuffy .
depths.However. providing a suitable decompression was assigned to the Office of the project. The first three phases ful work was firmly proved. a porpoise trained for rescue ,
it was only recently period was observ Naval Research, Undersea Pro of Genesis I used animal sub and couriers tasks, worked or more on
that t sophisticated mobile equip grams, headed by Capt. Charles jects. Then in August of 1964, The SeaLab II experiment with the divers. The porpoise
J 1 ment devices able to sustain men ed.Capt.. Bond believed that man's' Momsen, Jr., USN. The research Phase "E" of the project in which was conducted In the fall of 1965 responded without fall to the
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YoU get one free Sea" project dates back to research In a decompression tank .and "Man in the Sea's"' and move into the sea itself. Carpenter, an astronaut on loan

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8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 9, 1966CNOSafetyAward

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Commander Naval Air Force U. S. Atlantic Fleet has been sel-
ected this year's winner of the Chief of Naval Operations "Readi- Goldstein Baltimore Maryland
ness Through Safety" trophy. Judge advocate; and Walter D.
This award marks a fresh assault on all factors of aviation safety Lashaw, Philadelphia Pennsylvania -
and accident prevention. sergeant-at-arms.
Acknowledging the fact that accident investigation; safety Members selected the Cherry
combat readiness economy of program improvement;contribu- Hill Inn Cherry Hill New Jersey -
operations and morale are tions to aviation safety and as the site of their 1967
materially affected by safety the published safety articles. n reunion (July 20-23)).Gatlinburg
"Readiness Through Safety" a- I Tennessee was chosen as the location -
ward is given for safety programs Vice Admiral Booth Comm- for 1968 festivities.
which contribute new ideas in ander of the Atlantic Fleet Naval Combat Artists AssignedThe
accident prevention for the Air Force upon learning of the ::1 first combat artist to be

mutual benefit of the Naval Ser- award said "This trophy is a PARADE SCENE Among those Marines being honored last assigned by the Marine Corps to
vice as well as outstanding safe- reflection of the professionalism Vietnam has left the United States
week the Marine Aviation Det. parade here from
during
records.In the were,
ty that exists throughout for duty with the III Marine
Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet. left, GySgt. William A. Mayhew and GySgt. Raymond E. 'Stretch' Amphibious Force.
announcing the winner of We had 46 accident free squad Baldrldge, who were recognized for long and faithful/ serviceat Captain John T. Dyer Jr., a
this year's trophy, the Chief of rons during the year -- a note- 20-year retirement ceremonies, and former GySgt. RichardR. Marine reservist free lance artist -
Naval Operations said "While able achievements. To these Page and former SSgt. Norbet P. Nalan, who were promoted onetime an teacher and con-
flying almost six percent more squadrons in particular to all to warrant officer./ tributor to New England newspapers -
hours than last year COMNAV- other NAVAIRLANT squadronsand will serve with Marine
AIRLANT units reduced their accident aircraft units and to liter- Y combat units for the next several
rate to a figure which is ally thousands military and months. His sketches and pho-
lower than the overall Navy/ civilians aboard ships in the JAX MARINESMSgt. tographs of the action will serveto
Marine accident rate. The safe- stations and in the overhaul and provide background for more
,ty record is the result of an repair activities who support our Joel Ferguson extensive work when he returns.
aggressive accident prevention in the air with their
opeations EXT. 400 He is the first combat artist
program carried out successfullyin knowledge and hard work I extend accepted for active duty since the
consonance with improvementof my congratulations. Marine Corps several months ago
combat readiness individual -
i units." among ScholarshipsThe tory schools to enable young men invited qualified Marine artists
to prepare for the Naval Academyare to serve in Vietnam for limited
Considered In the criteria The presentation of the award Society of Sponsors of the available. periods. All paintings sketchesand
for the award are: quality of will be announced at a later date. United States Navy has announced Eligible for the scholarshipsare artist's notes will be retained -
that scholarships to prepara- high school seniors who are by the Marine Corps His-
A Admiral sons of active duty retired and torical Branch.
Says
( deceased Navy Marine Corps Captain Dyer is a 1960 grad-
r" 4621 Phone Army and Air Force personneland uate of Massachusetts College of
San Juan BOATS 384-2386 Mass At lax civilians. Art. He is a qualified, para-
AvenueSouthern MSf UAtOOO CMltjrtt.'ANVWMICONVINIiNT FOR FAST ( Everyone likes to meet an Application blanks are avail- chutist and served on active dutyas
DMVT IN fAKKINa S'ACf TAKE-OOT
FriedCHICKEN Diftinctivfly Delicious, Marlntitfd Admiral but it's not often that able by addressing requests to an artillery forward observerand
Through Our Secret Process one is able to have an Admiralsay Mrs. Roy S. Benson Quarters communications officer. He
Mass for one. Vice Adm. O,Navy Yard Washington D. C. currently is a member of the
Row Boor, 16 PCS. Si? $3.50 Maurice Sheehy (USN Ret.)visit- 20390. 2d Engineer Squadron USMCR,
4 Yacht, 20 Pe,. 6-7 $4.40 ed Navy Jax this weekend and said of Lynn Massachusetts.He .
; ;.... Cruiser, 24 Pc,. 7-10 $5,2 Mass for the 11th straight yearin Third MarDlv Reunion is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
t r- ..; '.. & Sun., 10 A.M.-10 P.M. John T. Dyer of 299 Albion
Open Doily the chapel which, he helped Veterans of the 3d Marine Division -
build. meeting in their annual "Street,. Wakefield, Massachu-
,Adm.? Sheehy now Monsignor, reunion in New York have chosenan setts., Assignments/

NEW ASSIGNMENT entered the Navy as a lieutenant sergeant as 1966-67 pres- The following reassignments of
? commander and served his first ident of their association. Marine Corps General Officers

make the tour of duty at NAS, Jax. Robert E. Williams Yaphank have been announced:
move L EAU In 1941 his first year of duty New York an insurance com- Major General Herman Nick-
yourself WithUHAUL he began construction of St. Ed- pany analyst who served as an erson Jr from duty as Com-
tt ward's Chapel reputed to this intelligence noncommissionedofficer mandingGeneral, Marine Corps
day to be the most convenientand in World War II, suc- Base Camp Lejeune North
adequate of Navy chapels. ceeds Harold J. Melloy Knoxville Carolina to,duty as Commanding
Remarking about his vacation Tennessee as head of the General 1st Marine Division as
visit the 69 year old Ad- 3d Division Association. the relief for Major General
miral said "Ponce de Leon came Other officers for the upcom- Lewis J. Fields, InOctcberl966.
70% Discount all hauls.
on one-way here seeking the fountain of youth.He ing year are: Paul D. Br.ennan: Major General O. R. Simpsonwill
,StiiloiSlicliifU-HMl Service however had the wrong Mckees Rocks Pennsylvania temporarily assume duty as
idea. He came to drink from executive vice-president; Albert Commanding General Marine
849 N. EdKeWood 389-5991 Florida waters. I've come to L. Jenson San Diego California Corps Base Camp Lejeune
swim in them!I" secretary-treasurer; Rev. North Carolina in addition to his
George M. I KempkerOmahaNebraska duty as Commanding General 2d
chaplain; Dr. Robert B. Marine Division.
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Club Schedules

Movies at the NAS .,L'i,:. ,
Jax Theatre ; :VNS .hY.Y.K: ;l yS S?y.Y.'R1..n.S
will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX Church. At 7:30 p.m. a movie -1rfIR
8:15 p.m., Monday through
titled "Gunsmoke'willbe show-
Saturday. In :: ..g.a.w.: : : .:,..'tl!.!
two evening shows addition there will to the bea 1 be"O" CLUB Sam Ross will Ing, MondayJr. Volunteer Meet- 1Y [ 1 m j ttt: : mM&::1H:"::m:::::1:*1::jm: :: :;m:: 1$;.:.til::{::;! l.SIS: ;:@: ::::
entertaining at the Club this Ing from 7-8 p.m. and election -
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday Friday. Saturday will feature the of new officers.Tuesday will

Sundays and holidays. The Page Five. Tuesday will be our be Game Night. Wednesday Disc Ads sh$uld be moiled to the Holt Publishing
Hospital Theatre will have. one Foreign Dish Night, and Wednes- Jockey Show from 8 to 11 p.m. 1950Bl4ndlng Blvd. Jacksonville Florida. 32210, Company to arrive,
weekly feature at 7 p.m. day will be Family Night held "MC" Is Mr. Al Albert. not latet than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows inside. day Adi! arriving too late for this deadline will be published
during the week at 5:30 and 8 NAS CECILEM the following week unless the publisher is Instructed other
p.m. Matinees will be shownon "CPO" CLUB Friday enjoy wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
weekends at 2 and 5 be received WITH the copy for the ad.
p.m.
dancing with music from Bud CLUB Friday featuresthe

Friday, Sept. 9 Davis's Tunesters. Saturday, sounds of the "Mel Gaden, DO NOT SEND CASH
music for your dancing and and The Lazy Rhythm GirlsBand"
NAS "All The Way," with listening enjoyment will be by with a surprise "Happy RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00
Frank Sinatra, Mitzi Gaynor and Dick Wilson. Then on Sunday Cay and the Chantels" with of Per additional line ((4 words per linei.) . .0.50
Jeannie Craine. music by Mark Castle. course the "GOGO Girls". Mon-
Hospital "Up To His Ears," day there will be a"Happy Hour"
with Jean P. Belmondo and Ursula from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, FURNISHED APT. 1 & 2 BR SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
Andress.C. "ACEY DEUCEYCLUB" Friday Squadron party for VA 45. Includes utilities $75 per mo. Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
Field "Study: In Terror will feature the Joker and Wednesday, features a surprise 771 9007. Military Background
with John Neville and Donald his GoGo Girls. On Saturday "Happy Hour"and a squadron would be helpful. A very rewarding -

Houston. music will be provided by Mark part for VA 66. ORANGE PARK 2 BR HOUSE career possible for the
Castle for your dancing and lis- Right Man. Write to the Regional -
Saturday Funrished.
Sept. 10 Will rent to TAD
teningenjoyment. Sunday Johnny Director P.O.
Box 13177,
NAS "One Eyed Jacks" with Arnold will be bringing the en- CPO CLUB Friday the Special personnel. 264.6884.TEMPORARY Orlando, Fla. 32809
Marlon Brando and Katy Jurado. tertainment. dinners will be Lobster for

Hospital "All The Way" $2.35 and also an Oyster Din- HELP: STENOS, REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -
with Frank Sinatra and Mitzi Gay- ner for $1.30, along with the Typists, Key punch operators, advice. 7 days a week.
nor.C. "BLUEJACKETS INN"- music of "Mark Castle Bank." for temporary assignments as Homes for sale, $100 Down.
Field "ParadiseHawaiian Tonight from 7:30 to 11:15 p.m. Saturday, the special will be a you are available. TEMPORARY Equities, No Qualifying. Rent-
Style," with Elvis Presley and: entertainment will be providedby 10 oz. Fillet for $1.90,and music TALENT 1130 ACLBLDG.356- als. Homesite Lots, Acreage,
Suzannah Leigh. the Lemon Twisters. Friday provided by the Moonlighters. 0753. Investments WALTER T.BOWEN -
will feature March Wilson and the Sunday features a Roast Beef Reg. Broker USN Retired.
Sunday 11 J
Sept. Redcoats from 8:45 until 12:45. Dinner for $1.00, children's 384-1376
SINGERDIAL
NAS "Reptile" with Noel Saturday enjoyment musicby Phil plate for $.50 Monday the Gal-
Willman and Jennifer Daniel. Cay and the Chantels. Sunday ley and Package Store will be .0-
Hospital "One Eyed Jack" from 2 until 6 p.m. entertainment closed. Wednesday Is Game MATIC APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN
with Marlon Brando and Katy : will be by Matinee Chan- Night commencing at 7:30 p.m. HOMES, ORANGE PARKREALTY -
Jurado.C. tels, and Mel Price and his featuring a Pizza Party, Pizza Console model sewing machine 264-2411
Field "Up To His Ears" Santa Fe Rangers will be star- for $.75 and Draft Beer $.05 A-1 shape Zig-Zags Makes
with Jean P. Belmondo and Ursula ring from 7:45 until 11:30 p.m. also for your enjoyment,"Ban botton holes, sews on buttons,
Andress. 'Go Go Girls will be performingevery Jo Music" from 5:30 to 7:30 Makes fancy designs, etc. Sold AFTER SERVICE WHAT ??
Thursday, Friday, Saturday p.m.1kwH1C'ft. new for over $300.. Just pay Interested In an executive car-
Monday, Sept. 12 and Sunday from 7:30 p.m. balance $68. or assume $2. per eer? DIAL Finance Company P,
NAS "Stagecoach" with Bing until midnight along with the dif- week payments. Will take older one of the largest and kstest
Crosby and Ann Margaret. ferent bands. Monday music will machine in trade Call credit growing firms In the field of
Hospital "Reptile" wlthNoel feature March Wilson and the. mgr. 353-1946 anytime' Will consumer finance offers genuine
Willman and Jennifer Daniel.C. Redcoats. Tuesday Bob Garber I IMMUNIZATION CENTER'l deliver. No obligation.A career opportunities if you
Field "All The Way"with and The Las Vegas Revue. Wed- have these qualifications: age
Frank Sinatra and Mitzi Gaynor. nesday will be Game Night. 1 SEWING MACHINE co. 21 30, high school education
pleasing'personality,--ability to
Tuesday, Sept. 13 "USO" Tonight Is home made EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEADING develop judgement, ambition to
NAS "Great Sioux Massacre"with ice cream night, also from 7 to j Furniture Industry locatedin advance. Call R. B. Howard
Joseph Cotton and Nancy 8 p.m. a training course for New Lexington, N. C. For.details 359 2895, i5256 Beach Boulevard
Kovack. USO Jr. Volunteers. Friday will j 4 write or send post card to J. C. or M. N. Starbird 356 -
Hospital "Stagecoach" with be Blind Date night. Saturday a I l WILLIAMS, personal,HECKMAN 0735, 241 West Forsyth Street.
,Bing Crosby and Ann Margaret.C. Platter Party will be going on. CABINETS, PIckard Circle,
Field '- "One Eyed Jacks" Sunday the USO is opened at 10 I Lexington, N. C. All Inquires FOR SALE 12 x 57 FT. HOUSE
with Marlon Brando and Katy Jur- until 10:45 a.m. for fresh coffee answered. Trailer 3 bdr., bath & 1/2,
ado. and donuts. Then it closes Completely furn. Financed with
I RETIRING? ? ? Credit Union or refinance else
from 10:45 a.m. until 12:30 I
Wednesday Sept. 14 p.m.so WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS?
you may attend the church of I where. Cont. GySgt. Murr Ext.
NAS "Cast a Giant Shadow" choice. At 5:30 Ves- Then consider owning a fran- 8112.
p.m.
your
with Kirk Douglas and Frank pers will be held with refresh- chise, the surest and safest way.
Sinatra. ment being served at South PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 64
Hospital "Stagecoach" with Jacksonville Presbyterian wwq.r lif We can recommend many from Loaded, low mileage. Excellent
Bing Crosby and Ann Margaret.C. $1000 to more than$50,000.Come condition. LaIr. Johnson, Cecil
Field "Reptile" withNoel and see us. No obligation, andit Field Ext. 166 or 771 8341.
Willman and Jennifer Daniel. is our proud boast that no
client of ours ever failed. FOR SALE 1961 CORY AIR,

Square Dance Beige, raido & heater,Ltjg.Cre-,
Write or phone bo, Cecil Field Ext. 523 or

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Suite 2Q, Kogerama 1914
Boulevard Center, Jacksonville FOR RENT CASSAT AVE -
Orange Park Promenad- Phone 398 1929 2BR, newly painted, fenced yard,
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screened porch, occ.
Club, comprised primarily of f .
1965 MGB LOADED, BLUE mo. 771.0374.GUITAR .
military and civilian personnelof
the Jax NAS will start a train- Factory Hard/top plus ragtop OR ACCORDIAN LES-
Tonneau cover Racing tires -
ing class at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, SONS in your home or mine-
Sept. 20 at the Orange Park Lions Windsheild wipers, rear seat Instruments for rent Call 388-
cushions bar back
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sway up
Club Building. 2400 or 389 7193.
Electric overdrive Heater
avail- light. ,
This training class is
able to teenagers and adults. The and defroster 9000 miles. Always GOOD LOW PRICE USED CARS I
classes will be held every Tuesday garaged Never raced '60 Pontiac Air -----$550
evening at 8 p.m. for approximately Capt. Christiansen Ext. 102- '59 Ford C/S Wagon -$400
four months. The Cecil Field. '59 Borgward - $200
'61 Renault - $100
cost Is 50 cents per person per NEAR SCHOOLSMOVETODAY
'
58 Plymouth -- $200
night with no other obligations. Gorgeous 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath & Call 781 0581 or 771 6258.
bath, kitchen equipped homes.
Tile Full year warranty $91 mo, Includes -
all. Nothing down to vets. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Orange Park to Min. FHA down. Salesman,on HOUSE Venitia 4136 Trieste
duty 7 days week. Drive out Pl. 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath $175
Presbyterian
& see us at Timuquana Heights mo. Call 388 5984 evenings or
Charck 771 6200. Sat.


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70 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 9, 1966


It Was A Mighty Good Year:


"? 'e Fliers' Calif. Tourney Hopes ToppledBy


ComFive Softballers 6-5 In 8 InningsNAB
a now and then venture r ,

Into the worldof -
LITTLE CREEK, Va They were hit for two runs In the more than had seen a gamein
sports ( ) As with all 'tournaments, there fifth and three runs in' the Com that area for quite some time
Ned Fellers had to be losers as well as win- Five sixth, creating a situation sources say. .the Fliers donned
by ners and the Jax Navy Fliers, that was lucrative for the odds- those uniforms a number of times
(Com Six) found the South Atlantic makers, if no one else. A ser- this year; most of the time they
Charles O. Finley the effervescent general manager of the Regional Softball Champ- ies of mental miscues helped the left the playing field winners. ..
Kansas City Athletics has been unusually silent this baseball season- ionships no exception to the ruleas whole affair. The go ahead they were 57-9 for all games
are his days of bickering with American League brass and elephantine they fell by the wayside in the run was scored by ComFive on played and that won-lost per-
promotional schemes a thing of the past? Believe it or not, the quest of the All Navy title, what should have been a routine centage places them just a wee-
spirited baseball overseer is still around; a short item describingthe 6 5 to the team from ComFivelast put out at first but went for bit higher than the National lea-
versatility of Mr. Finley appeared in the"Daytona Beach Journal"over Saturday.The an error. gue Cubs. ."Big-John" Littleton -
the past weekend. first pan of the Flier The Fliers were then presented (NATTC's AE Sen.), Frank
Seems the I Kansas City scouting organization had worked like epitaph was written their sec- with their last chance of the Hicks (VP-5)) Bob BrownNavy(
galley slaves to sign a promising lad to a handsome contract. ond day in Virginia when they year. Brown led off by flying out R. Gen.) were all "augmented"to
The player good, but not yet big league caliber, was relegated to suffered an opening game loss to to the center fielder; L. Rada ComFive for the All-Navy
Mobile, the Athletic's AA club of the Southern League. Judged ComTen, 4-2. Hopes were not singled; T. Thomas grounded out Tournament at Long Beach. .
beforehand a good hitter the youngster played a distinct brand of evaporated howeverbecause this to the shortstop and the last (some of 'em will get to the
offensive ball -- he had somehow managed to strike out 147 times was a double elimination affair man to pick up a bat for the Fliersin West Coast anyway). .. .
and the season had not yet run its course. His healthy batting repu- and the Jax Navy softballers knewit competition this seasonJack- the Fliers finished the season
tation was fast deteriorating when Charles O. stepped in. would take a further defeat to son, grounded. out to the second with no serious Injuries to speak
After a short, but meticulous study, Finley discovered what ailed completely blackball them. baseman. of. .pitcher Don Stewart injured -
the lad. A minor catastrophe had developed unknown to everyone And for the next three games It would have seemed mean- his wrist at an inopportune -
except those few utility men responsible. The trouble stemmed in they played solid spirited soft- ingless to raise the familiarcry time however, (Sixth Naval
the replacement of the flood lights for night game illumination. ball, coming within an eyelashof "Wait until next year'" District) and was ineffective at
Rumor had it a convenient substitute for an expended 1,500 watt winning the trip to Long Beach, Little Creek. .the pitching bur-
........
light was a 1,000 wattlight. Basically, the mathematical Finley Calif. den fell on Littleton of course;
concluded, diminishing lucency equals star who can't see.what. Fliers Regroup Following the Fliers one man can only do so much. .
he's swinging at equals fewer people coming through Mobile's Immediately finding them the last two games at the Naval they barred alchohollc refresh-
gates equals a final product of less jingle in Mobile's money boxes. selves intheloser'sbracketwas- Amphibious Base, Little Creekin ments from being sold at Little
Those 1,500 watt lights are supposedly back now, and the local n't in the Fliers plan of the- which the Jax Fliers saw Creek. .many of the fans showedup
action drew crowd
fans predict a onslaught of hits by the youngster Who knows? day, but playing in this habitat a estimated with productive-lookingbrown
from
800 1000 each night .
Finley's rationale that poor light created a pool hitter is sound forced them to become abit more paper bags.
but what if the move causes the real power hitters of the South careful with the ball and it was
circuit to break loose; also, the dim surroundings didn't hamper the overall,' a glittering performance WESCONNETT
rest of the Mobile ball club. at least until the last game. FURNITURE eO.USED' .
Finley solved the problem quickly. Certainly some embarrassmentmust The Fliers turned around and
have been evident on part of Mobile's front office. They could played ComTen again, who also
not find the answer. suddenly found themselves in the & NEW AIR CONDITIONERS
All the credit in the world to Charles O. Finley and his solutions. loser's division. This time they NEW ADDING MACHINES
They say over that way If you wait until late at night after the misty banged out nine hits and 10 runs
NEW
shadows have filtered through the Mobile ball park, a mule can be for a 10 1 victory. Littletonwas DESKS
heard braying in the distance. the winner, F. Hicks and T. NEW & USED TV SETS
And those who know their sounds say the critter ain't from Ala- Ramsdall had, two hits apiece.It FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse!
bama. 'was a night for the three base
******** hit -- both of HIcks'es went for EASY ''CREDIT TERMS HRS. '9a.m. 7pm.

The European track and field championships opened in Budapest three, Ramsdall's was a triple.
and L. Rada added a. fourth.
last week on a strange note.Mounting pressures from certain compet- .5326'.WESTCONNETT ILYD.AT 1031D 111.0150E ':"
ing, nations forced the International Amateur Athletic Federation to Over The Edge Again. ..
institute a sex check to insure that competitors in the women's events Nearly
are actually members of the
gentle sex.
Monumental hits Littleton
by ,
f Most of the questions involved the Soviet amazons whose mannish Brown
and Hicks kept the Fliersin
qualities have even caused some in this country to raise eyebrows Virginia for at least another -
when they have appeared in U.S. U.S.S.R. dual meets and duringthe day as they ambushed Com
indoor Winter circuit. Five 1 -0,last Wednesday. This E
Singled out especially were the Russian women In the weight was the first defeat for ComFiveand
events; discus, shot, and hammer throw. made a playoff,(Game Seven)
When competition began last week, Tamara and Irina Press, necessary..
Russia's shot and discus stars and long.Jumper'Tatiana,Shelk-
anova were not around. So Near Yet So Far ; q 2 #
Soviet meet officials ridiculed the suggestion that the girls Everything looked good until t
stayed away because they objected to the examinations by three Thursday's fifth inning; the
women doctors. The sisters' mother was ill and the long jumper had Fliers had bounded to a 4 0
an Injured.leg they say.
lead and over half the game was
It's getting so you can't trust your adversary, even in'track complete. But the Midas' touch ,
and field. failed to stay with the club.
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I JaxIntramuralWrap-Up ,:; ; r" !' 1; : .'It ." >t'' \,\" ,

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Bowling I ,,:,.",' ,
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Standings .If',>.,d *:,. ... ( \
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H. R. Stewart and A. B. Pet- ..aBLOW ,... l' ;, :: : :, =
Atlantic erson of AE "A" /# 1 and J. V. % .>t>"::{;' t \. "u.
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Teams Won Lost Redmond of TRAFAC posted the ". .. .. '.1'. J't, .,...

big scores on August 30. Stewart -. ;',- .'...,: .\{\.:t1".t "' "... ( :
Spartans 4 0 has games of 223 232 > ; ." IJI1 >, '
Electrons 7 1 204 for a 659 set Petersonhad ,'.* : ,, '';
VP 30 Chiefs ',,' 6.5 1.5 a-254 game and a 609 set. YE WINDS BLOW. "f<. <; ;.
Spoilers "I'6 .2 Redmond scored 245 and 603. Six members of VP-7 didn't
Foggy Five 6 2 really need help however as I
Flag Staff 3 1 League standings are as follows: they paddled to a record one t '
NCO's 4.5 '3.5 hour win over six miles of
Afees 2 6 eo Teams Won Lost
Chesapeake Bay during a Sea
Bean Burners 3 5 AE II A" #2' 7 1 Survival School conducted by s. -o
Rejects : ..2 6
Articulators 2' 6 MAD ### 2 3 1 Virginia's Langley AFB.

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Nartu Ollefs 1 7 AEV "B" 5 3
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OFFICERS 5 3 THIS IS SQUASH .League Squash Is In It's first year at NAS
National MAD 5 3 Rift Record Win. Cecil Field. The first matches were held Wednesday betweenthe
AEI"B"l 5 3 Malta Do's of Admin and VA-174. Also playing Wednesday
Teams Won Lost MAD ## 6 5 3
were GEMDttl and the Hornets of VA44. As of this time the
A032 4 4 Six members of Patrol Squadron first round of matches the Malta Do's and
Blue ::10 2 AO "B" 4 4 ofa see GEMD81 tied
the
Seven
winners
Lucky "7" 9 3 AE "A to //I 1 3 5 life raft sailing were race at Lang- for first place. Here are a few rules layed out for squash. (1))
MisFits 7 5 MAD # 1 3 5 ley Air Force Base, Sea Survi The league will be a round robin league with four rounds of
Falcons liB" 7 5 AO # 1 3 5 val School. play. (2)) A match will consist of three singles matches. Each
Nav Fin Off 4 4 BKS 542 3 5 singles match will be the best of three games. (3)) One point
Rip Cords 4 4 MAD ### 3 3 5 Sailing in a 7 man life raft, will be awarded for each singles match won. A total of three
Hurricanes 5 7 AE uB" # 2 2 6 the crew covered six miles of open points may be won by a team.FRED.
Caduceus 5 7 MAD # 5 2 6 water in the Chesapeake Bayin
Neptunes t.5 7 BLOG 500' 2 6 a record time of one hour. -
$ $
Sky War.uA" 5 7 BLDG 500 1 3 Strangely, it was.the first time, SAYE
Flceur 2 6 since the sailing race was insti-
PIzans: 2 10 L --1 tituted that a Navy crew has won. DAVIS
Sports ShortsA VP 7's is
Accordingly crest
American now displayed among those of the BU ICK PONTIAC
scratch bowling for
league past winners.
Teams Won Lost men is now in the process of GMC TRUCKS
being formed at the NAS Jax Participating in the race were GREEN COVE SPRINGSFII'f
Cloak & Dag. 4 0 Bowling AlleyforThursdayevenIngs Lt. (jg's) A. K. Jenkins, and K.
VP 30 Pro's 6 2 at 7:30 p.m. Interested per- B. Hallock, AX B. H. Greene,
Eagles 6 2 sonnel are asked to contact the AX2 R. R. Kobleur, ADR2 R. E.
Falcons "A" 6 2 night manager. A minimum average McCoy, and AA T. M. Turner,
Marine Bks 3 1 of 160 is required. six of the eleven man flight y

Cannon Cockers 4 4 ........ crew that was sent by VP 7
Needlers 4 4 to undergo a rigorous Sea Survival -
Cursors 4 4 Training School conductedby I .
Mec-A-Nicks 4 4 An organizational meeting for the Air Force at Langley Air y.t

Play Boys ,..'.,n 3 5 intramural ping pong players is Force Base in Virginia. (! -'
Supply,".' ",. -' 2 '6 scheduled for Wednesday,Sept. c'k'PTEN
Griffins. -"' r2rt::. iI..6:.. iJ 14a1930 ninhe:! ; office' pf.the r The first two days of intensive
Trainers 'I: .; 1. '. ,}" Recreation Director. classroom instruction covered
: techniques of water ditching, c
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parachute drag, life raft safety
ContinentalTeams Hunting dogs and Boy Scouts and sea survival. The greater
Won Lost have one thing in common j they part of the next three days Is THE WILD ANGELS
both may have "tenderfeet". Aperiod spent in or on the water. There '
Seven 10's 01'8 .' 0 for training hunting dogs, the students learn how to escape -PANAVISIONtPATHECOLORHALF '
Mad Foxes 6 2 prior to the hunting season and from a parachute harness, to
of is board and live in various size I
Hard Hats 5 3 without the use guns pro- 1 ) 4 ''
Pin Teasers 5'3 vided by the Game and Fresh life rafts, to complete helicopters _. ---- Nod
Water Fish Commission. rescues, and to utilize water
Sky War. "B" 4 4 i$
survival and rescue devices.
Pin Benders 4 4 ******** -L ..
King Pins 4 ,4 It's alright to give your neign-
See Bees 4 4 bor a mess of fish,but accord-
Tinnlers 3 5 ing to the Game and Fresh Water'
Druthers 2 6 Commission it's unlawful to sell,
Yo Yo's 1 3 offer for sale, barter purchaseor
Snarks 1 3 exchange any fresh water game '
Trailer Sailors 1 7 fish. \

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Pigskins are filling the air once Arkansas lost Burnette and I .
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arises as to who will be two domination of Jim Brittenum ';:'i; ...1t< 1@'qJ.I'ty ',
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