Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00921
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:00921

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O&R Cot Reduction $ ave$ $1 Million

"Lkfl.4hh *sM..n A Lot"

Taxpayers will be getting "more defense for the dollar" In FY
'1967 because of the vigorous and determined cost reduction efforts wt ,

of the Overhaul and Repair Department. Capt. Tom Washinton, Jr.,
: O&R Officer, has just announced savings goals for the various r
groups within the Department totaling 1.7 million dollars.He .

also emphasized that the local Overhaul and Repair Depart-
ment is dedicated to providing prompt and expeditous service to
"I i the operating Squadrons and to the Fleet. High quality products,
r reworked for the lowest possible cost, delivered on schedule,
has become the "By -'word" of this Department. : rw

The reduction is six than last
new cost goal percent higher BETTER ''
year and presents a real challenge to each of the 3,500 employees. 'SAVE. One paint
M Individual beneficial suggestions and constructive money saving type was being removed from
1 Ideas which result in a management Improvetnent action are en- aircraft and components with
T couraged, recognized and rewarded. These economics are then air-atomized/ chemical spray
passed on to customers in the form of reduced rework costs. and another by brush. A method
TAKING A CLOSE LOOK RESULTS IN 'SAVINGS. Rubber com- Introduced by D. T. Roh-

ponents of engine baffles, Intake pipes, and air ducts were welter// Industrial' Engineering
being masked to E. L. Vfaldron Substantial savings were realized in FY 1966 by all segmentsof
prior painting. Leadingman the Technician, the use of ,an
Painter (center) suggested that his be organization. Outstanding successes were achieved by Weapons resulted
masking might not nee- Engineering and the Production Engineering Groups and the Power airless/ spray In
essary. A thorough study, with G. B. Lucas, Industrial En- Plant Division of the Shops Group. less chemical loss and eliminated
Engineering Technician (left) and Materials Engineering per the. necessity for protectlve -

sonnel assisting, proved him right, and showed priming un clothing./ Using the
necessary before ,applying _heat-resisting enamel./ A $50,000 Capt. Washington stated that he and the various' managers within new method (Cas pictured),
the have the "A million and
Department accepted challenge
FY66 savings resulted. Ralph Wheat of Materials Engineering seven in 67." savings in labor and materials
looks on.- during FY66 exceeded$83,000.



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f Published by the Holt Publishing, an1. a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and nSrtcFbt'considered an of FTcTsl-elpTesslon of any
military department The appearance,of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


- Dibi. rate.',Annourtc: .- 'IlsthictOrOf'' HAS-:Hosts. Meeting, J

4th Quarter 'Paydays Year Chosen For ''CC's Committee '

Military paydays for October and November 1966 are as follows: AtNATTC The Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce's Armed Forces
October 6 (14 days pay) November 17 ((14 days pay) Committee held their monthly meeting at the Officer's Club aboard
October 20 (14 days pay) December 1(14 days pay) Staff Sgt. Charles L. Ninmann, NAS Jax on Tuesday.
November 3 ( 13 days pay) December 15 ((14 days pay) Marine Mechanical School Instructor Highlight of the luncheon/meeting was a slide presentation con-
December 30 ((15 days ) was named Jax's "in- ducted by Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS Jax Commanding Officer,
structor of the Year" by Capt. who host for the
was group.
of November 3 will be' 13 day payday.On a -
The payday a payday Thomas B. Ellison, NATTC's The slides shown presented the portance to the base of each of
which falls after a 31 day month, there Is one day the 31st
Commanding Officer, during businessmen with overall view the 'construction projects and out
of the week period for which no Is earned. As a result,.
two pay
,ceremonies on Sept. 26. of the base's activities while the lined what they ,will consist of
you receive a 13 day payday in lieu of a 14 day payday. Capt. Ellison presented Sgt. accompanying presentation related when completed.

Officers under DIFOT orders Ninmann with a letter of commendation little known facts and fig-
will be paid Flight Pay on the payday after posting to the pay a $75 'savings bond, ures concerning the funtions and A question and answer period
first payday of the month. record.No and a plaque. The letter commended operations of each as related to followed the slide presentation,
All Incentive and Hazardous pay vouchers are posted- him "demonstrating the city's economy, for the Armed Forces Commit-
Pay ( except DIFOT Officers) Monday or Tuesday or a payday exceptional zeal and professional Plans for the future projectsat
will be paid on the second pay- week as Pay Cards are being proficiency and commented his the Naval Air Station were tee.Taking part in that discussion
day of the month. The paydaysof marked and balanced and pay excellant teaching methods and discussed, Including a new air- segment of the meeting were the
October 20, November 17 and checks prepared. For this reason leaders of commands and
techniques serve as an example craft which will become one of the major
December 15 are "Flight" pay- time does not allow for flight and inspiration for his con- primary responsibilities at the units comprising the Jacksonville
certificates to be received and
days. temporaries. S/Sgt. Ninrnann's Overhaul and Repair Department Navy Complex.
Flight certificates cannot be processed before the first pay- of Included these
energetic and notable mastery within the next few years. among were
entered on the pay record until day of a month. his duties as an instructor reflects Progress on the construction Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell,Commander -

the expiration of the unit period Pay day of Dec. 30 will be on credit to his school, his which is now under way for thestation's of Fleet Jacksonville;
( usually 1st 30th of a month); Friday and will be for 15 days. command, and the United States new hospital,VP-complex Capt. Spencer Wright,Command-
Flight pay is included in the_next:_,,,___"",!II,, ._,.-.t.. Marine Corps." and Communications Centerwas ing Officer of NAS Cecil Field;
i He was selected from a groupof pointed out. and Capt. Paul, Blesh, NAS Jax
five finalists by a panel of Capt. Stack mentioned the Im- Chief of Staff.
AE1 Louis Caron Aviation
Electrician's Mate "B" School
Instructor, was selected as first
runner .up."Instructor.
of the Year"competition -

is held on a phase,school, 1 tdd
and command level. An outstanding -
instructor is selected from
each administrative phase within
each school. Phase Officers an d
Phase Supervisors compose the ..
panel of judges for Phase level

competition.The .
selection Instructors from
each phase then participate in
the school competition. Train-
ing Officers and Educational .
Advisors select the most out-
standing instructor from each q '
ROYAL AIR FORCE representatives from Britain's Maritime school. The instructors are I.

Operational Training Unit (MOTU) visited Jacksonville for judged on a 15 minute prepared 44: :

three dayslast week. The 21 members of the MOTU were host- presentation and a five minute SPEAKING BEFORE THE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE
of military -
ed by VP-30, Det. A, prior to departing Sunday for Pax River, impromtu nature.presentation a of the Jax area CC's at their monthly meeting Tuesday was

Mo, where they will exchange training techniques with the The winners of the school con- Capt. Martin J. Stack, CO HAS. Approximately 80 military and
main body of VP-30, their counterparts In the U. S. MOTU is tests are then eligible to compete civilians attended the luncheon/meeting held In the Officers'

home-based at St. Mawgan, England. Continued on Page 2 Club here.

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September 29, 1966


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second or fifteenth time; a feeling of enormous responsibility in Edward's: 29-Nothinf sorrow29Born 37Earthquake38Charm 45-Wise 46-Short person'jacket
knowing the significance of these free elections and the role each of Monday thru Friday '- 1130 31.M 30-Test,"', 30-Chinese 47-Vigor (colloq.! )
us plays in them; feeling of pride In participating in these elections; Saturday - - 0900 nickname pagoda 40-Sharp and 48-Poem
and a feeling of honor that we are citizens of America a great Naval Hospital: 32-Ptace 33-Dance 32-Lookinj 41-Hebrew harsh month 49-Meadow 50-Devoured
country where we can hold free elections. Friday, -.. - - 1205 34-Eiists step fixedly
Let's think about this pride for a minute. We're proud to be 35-Adheslve! 1 2 3 4 15 6 7 e 9 10 II
American fighting men the "elite" guard of the most honorable CONFESSIONSSt. 37-Atttrnoon substance party
political traditions our country stands for. We're proud too of our Edward's : 38-A state 12 13 14
good friends and fellow servicemen who are fighting 'and dying In Saturday - 1900 2000 (abbr.)
Viet Nam to preserve those political traditions. By exercising our Sunday - - -0815.0845; 39-A 40-Sklll continent U 16 17
right to choose the leaders who will continue to guide us on a pathof 1015 1045 41-Part of 19 10"
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freedom, we are making the struggle In Viet Nam worthwhile. Hospital: Sunday - -0615 "to be"
So let's vote and let's.be proud. 42-Speed : 21 22 23 24 25 26
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we go about It? It's really no problem -- this Is an area where you Chapel Annex Building 722: law31Unit of Latvian( 27 2' :xo.:; 29 30

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best to help you. First, contact your Voting Officer for the specific Paradise S c 5 S
registration and voting requirements of your state and then obtaina DIVINE SERVICES 3" 36 :<<- 37 QS : 38

post card application (Standard Form 76)) for your absenteethis PROTESTANTAll 54-Th 55Wampum56Steep self 39 IOOc;'; 40 post card application will also suffice as an application for registration Saints Chapel IS < 29
forms. 57-Number 4 2 43 44 45 46
Age requirements? The minimum age to vote is 21 In all states SUNDAY'S
except Alaska Georgia Hawaii and Kentucky. In Georgia and Kentucky 0800 -- -Holy Communion DOWN 47 48 49 50"I

18 year olds may vote. In Alaska the minimum age is 19. 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship 1Serene2Toward jz 5J S4
Hawaii has a minimum age limit of 20 to vote for non federal
offices In 1966. SUNDAY SCHOOL shelter 53 51

Well that's It then a simple process taking little time but givingus ------Chapel Annex 3-Seesaw.
the chance to' employ a wonderful privilege and to feel proud Building 722WEDNESDAY's 4 High Diatr. by United Feature Syndicate, inc.5
while doing it. So don't put this off until Fall when It's too late. rr UM le A.tlMrli.4 Strvlt N...ft,.r. Oily."
Put this on your list of things to do today, so that by November
1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal
you'll be registered you'll have your balloting ,nat flfls\.u h
you'll be set to vote. (Chevron) 1.'v CM; 4 ,l"l; THURSDAY Congress Favors:
2000 Christian Science Service

Chaplains l I s Message' % 0930 SECOND- -MONDAY Chapel Women's of Each Month Guild Viet Vets May Get Full ,

(Small Chapel)

By Cdr. D. K. Ve/fman/ CHC U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL Wartime GI BeNefits

"Seeing Is believing" the old saying The,skeptic and Sunday's 1000
A proposal which would extend the full realm of wartime, veterans ,
the man from Missouri who need visible proofs to accept applaudthe ,. .
Crisis Servicemen and women -- ex-
words. In fact, much of our material way of life is based. on CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT benefits -- for Vietnam ,',
the foundation of experimentation and observed results. pected to win quick Congressional approval. '
has the endorsement of the Veterans Administration. -
This proposal
But the deeper levels of life must go"beyond mere seeing. As a
Today- which the proposal,
Committee studying
The Senate Finance ,
matter of fact, in the areas where life finds its meaning or losesit
Choir Practice 7 bill
at p. m. plans to the legislation as an amendment to a pension
there is an Initial darkness that must first be overcome. "And approve
there 'was darkness on the face of the deep. And God said 'Let Sunday- School 9:30 already approved by the House Veterans Affairs Committee.The .
Sunday at m. ,
p. meaure calls for extend-
there be light' and there was light.
"Believing is seeing!" The Bible in the Gospel of St. John Chapel Communion Service the at first 10:30 Sundayof a.m. ing full wartime disability rates, In need of regular aid and attendance -
states "The true light that enlightens every man was coming into the month.on pensions $250 burial allowance, -- to receive free drugs
the world. .the ,light shines in the darkness and the darkness has various medical care benefits and medicines from VA. would
not overcome it." CATHOLIC and $1600 automobile grants. also provide payment to state
The light of faith and love is not seen and then believed, but Daily- Most of"there benefits will homes for part of the cost of
believed and then seen. It is not that a retreat into blind faith is 11:20 a. m. Mass supplement, but not replace, benefits hospitalization, domicilary care
advocated but just the opposite. It is not until we open our livesto Sunday- the service now providefor or nursing home care. Under
the love of God that we can love. Unless a parent truly teaches 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions servicemen killed or Injuredon still another provision, a vet-
love to his child this child can never love or know love in any but heard before each Mass. active duty. can who contacts a psychosis
the shallowest forms. In testimony before the Senate within two years of separationwould
"Believing is seeing!! The sun shines brightly on the world God Finance Committee Veterans have It considered ser-
created but we must. believe In the light, leave the cave of self- Traffic Violations Administrator William Driver vice connected without rebuttal.
centeredness, and In faith walk from darkness Into the sunshine. said the VA "fully supports" $1600 TOWARD PURCHASE
True love Is not blind (despite the saying). In fact it gives us the legislation to eliminate benefit OF AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SERIOUSLY -
only hope we can possibly have in a world filled with darkness and The following Is a report of distinctions between wartime DISABLED VETERANS.The .
fear. motor vehicle accidents and traffic veterans and military personnel VA currently provides such
violations for the period Sept. serving since Aug. 5, 1964 (the payment to World War II and
NATTC Instructor of Year 2026. date of the Gulf of Tonkin inci- Korean Conflict veterans who

Continued From Page 1 Number of Accidents dent that set off reprisal attacks have lost a hand or foot as a
on the command level. A panel NATTC Jacksonville in Memphis This Week - - -5 by U. S. Navy aircraft result of military service
of five Judges with at least two Oct. 26 and 27 for "School Total Accidents this year through against North Vietnamese shore
from putside the activity, selmaster of the Year" competition Sept. 26, 1965 - -181 lines.)
ects the "Instructor of the Year" conducted annually by the Chief Total number of days since The Administration-Endorsed
from a group of finalist's.A first, last injury in a motor vehicle proposal would offer these addi-
second and third place winner Is of Naval Air Technical Train- accident.----------6 tional benefits to "Vietnam Era"
selected. ing and co sponsored by the Number of Violations men and women veterans:
S/Sgt. Ninmann,as "Instructor Memphis Council of the Navyof This Week---------5 WARTIME DISABILITY COM-
the Year", will represent League of the United States. This We k - - 51 PENSATION. Peacetime veter-
Speeding- - - -13
ans generally draw only 80 per-
Reckless Driving - -2 cent of the wartime rate for a given -
Going through Stop Sign -3 service connected disabilityor
JTAX A IF* 1VEWSThe Other Violations33 ailment.
Twenty-Eight drivers appeared DISABILITY PENSIONS FOR
before the Traffic Hear- VETERANS AND DEATH PEN-
ing Board at the meeting heldon SION FOR WIDOWS AND CHIL-
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News. A "GOODHEIGHBOR" luncheon
Sept. 27. Disposition: of the DREN. Driver said there will be -
distributed each the U. S. Naval/ Air
Thursday at
paper cased Included the following: "few individuals" with Vietnam at the South-Central Home
Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Four lost driving and parking service who will have Immediate of the Prudential InsuranceCo.
Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in privileges aboard station for various need for this benefit. "Legis- on Sept. 13 honored mil-
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public periods; Two were assignedto lation authorizing It at this itary leaders in the Jacksonville -

Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by .noon complete an eight-hour coursein time would appear to be a pro- area. Rear Adm. H. H.
welcomed remedial driving at NATTC; per means of recognizing the
News items
on Monday before publication. are Caldwell, Com FalrJax, was
Three were assigned to com- sacrifices of ,
from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. those serving In greeted by Prudential Sr. Vice
plete a six-hour course In remedial the present conflict," he said.A .
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and driving at Jax Police A- $250 BURIAL ALLOWANCE. Pres. John D. Buchanan, Jr.,

queries concerning such should be directed to: cademy; Seven received suspen- This Is a contribution from (left) and Vice Pres. Hugh \,
The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding/ Blvd. sions; Ten were given warnings; VA to help cover a deceased ser- Abernethy. Behind them Is
4451 Two dismissed Twelve fined (U. Hal Martin Pres. of the Jax
Jacksonville, Florida, 32210. Telephone 387 ; viceman's burial and funeral ex- ,
S. Commissioner); and Six referred penses. Council of the Navy League.
to commanding officersfor VARIOUS MEDICAL CARE Over the admiral's shoulders
VOL. 24 NO. 27 September 29, 1966 possible disciplinary action. BENEFITS.' For example, the Dave Cooley of the Jack
Twenty-Eight,drivers wore assessed .1eg1sla OQ would permit !'Viet- sonville area Chamber Coat, '
'J, ,58 iraffioyioUtion points. jaam ..Era. pension ,drawers tierce. \,



Football Predictions' Mrs. Clark Retires I

Mr. E.o.Levrietty,Industrial a.remembrance of all Cecil Field
GAME, STAFF CORBIN FELLERS PH's ARD HOLT Relations Officer, presented employees.Mrs. .
Evelyn C. Clerk,Employee Relations -
13.1 '12.8. 5.5 13.1
8,12 Specialist the Industrial Clark has been a dedi-
7. Alabama at/ss/s's/pp"" Ala Ala. Ala. A'a' : '. A'a' ; Ala: Relations Department,with a'retirement cated civil service employee and
certificate at a special retires after completing 21 1/2
2. Arkansas at T. C. U. Ark. ceremony held September 9. A years of Deferal civilian ser-
U. Ark
T. C. Ark
gold charm bracelet. behalf of vice. A little over 13 years of
the Employees' Association was this time has been spent at HAS
3. Miami'(FLA) at L'StJ Miami! Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami also presented to Mrs. Clark as Cecil Field.

4. H. Carolina at Michigan Mich. MIch. Mich. Mick Mlc;'. Mich. The Game and Fresh,'Water are'sold by County judges or"appointed
Fish Commission cautions that authorized license a-
5. Oklahoma St. at Houston Olcla. St. Houston Olcla. St. Houston Houston Houston rules are not made to be broken, gents. A resident fishing license
especially the one that requiresa costs three dollars and allows the
life saving device for each per- license holder to fish anywhere in
6. Missouri at UCLA (UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA son in a boat. Florida, 24 hours a day,365 days
All fresh water fishing licenses a year.Bob'sOak.
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8. Penn State at Army Amy Penn St. Army' Army Army Army $ Hill

9. W. Virginia at Va. Tech W. Va. W. Va. W.' Va. W. Va. W. Va. W. Va. Pure Service CenterOpen

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September 29, 1966


I News ForWomen I NATTC : _

Behind The SceneBy .

Idell Fondingsland
"Records were made to be broken" seemed to be the motto
AWARDED TO NINE Schools last week.
of NATTC Aviation Electrician's Mate Records -
More than 2300 hours of ser- were broken in both AE "A" and AEV "B" schools.A .
for AE "A" was made when class
all time
vice to the Navy Relief Society new
were marked today, as nine vol- 617 .topped the previous class average of 80.86. The new recordis
unteers were awarded pins and 81.13.
charms by Rear Admiral H. H. The graduating Honor Man of established a new AEV "B"
Caldwell Commander Fleet Air the class was AA D. R. Holmes, Honor Man record when his average -
of 93.81. of 90.47 exceeded the pre-
Jacksonville.Mrs. who had an average
Anna W. Harris, widow The Marine Honor Man was PFCT. vious average of 88.49. Kunze
of Chief Warrant Officer Con- C. Lawler with an averageof was also the Honor Man of his
rad Harris,was presented witha 93.02. The class leader was class when he attended AE "A"
charm marking 1000 hours AE3 G. H, Johnson.Cdr. school here in 1957 58.
of volunteer service. Mrs. Harris V. G. Quillen, Superintendent The previous record was set
( has knitted 49 sweaters for of Electrical Training, by S. R. Mullen of class 429in
the Socf ty's layette program in presented graduation certificates February of 1965.Leadership .

less than one year. Eight ofthese to the class at graduation .......
SEA CADETS LEARN the use of survival equipment used aboard 1000 hour charms have ceremonies Sept. 22.
Naval/ aircraft.NARTU. been awarded since December, AE1 R. H. Kunze of class 613
Class 66 J gra-

;1 "1964.Honored..for 600 hours of vol-v JAX.OFFICERS WIVESThe duated after two.weeks of,leadership -
News & ViewsNARTU unteer work was Mrs. Dorothea regular meeting of the training Sept. 23 in King

Caldwell, wife of of Rear Adm. JOWC Board washld Monday the Hall.The
sponsored Navy League Sea Cadets are looking for young Caldwell, Mrs. Caldwell has 26th at the "0" dub Mrs. D. Honor Man was SN W. D.
men to Join their Franklin D. Roosevelt Squadron. worked with Navy Relief Society W. Kellerman pesided. New ,representatives Riggs of Military Personnel at
Boys between the ages of? 14 and 17 may apply now by calling branches in San Diego, Calif., Introduced byMrs. Cecil Field and U. S. Naval Hos-
NARTU Jax. The openings are available due to a loss of,several Norfolk, Va., Annapolis, Md., Kellerman are Mrs J. P. Fleet pital.
young men who entered college this fall. and Newport, R. L in addi- and Mrs. D. K. Veltman. Cpt. T. B.Ellison, Commanding -
The Sea Cadet cruise aboard the Navy ships. tion to her work with the Jack- Reservations for the Combined Officer of NATTC, presented
es standards of performance for Uniforms are furnished free sonville chapter. Field Luncheon, to .be held on graduation certificates and con-
,\i young men interested in learning and boys completing the program Seven volunteer ladies who Oct. 5 at the Robert Meyer Hotel gratulated the Honorman.
the traditions and customs of the enter the Navy as E 3. have completed the Navy Relief be made with Mrs. W. O.
may **********
Navy. Interested boys should call Ext. Training Course were presented Forehand Qtrs. 801 Ext.8302.
Sea Cadets attend weekly meet 8470 or visit the NARTU Hangar with 100 hour pins at today's A fashion show by Rosenblums
ings and an annual two week 113 and Thursday evening be- ceremony in Admiral Caldwell'soffice will highlight the event.
I, cruise. Theyaretakenfororientween7:00 and 9:00 p.m. at Jacksonville Naval Air A Career Information Presen-
tation flights in naval aircraft and Station Receiving the awards tation for dependents will beheldin
were Mrs. F. L. Baca; Mrs.J. VP-45 WIVESThe Bldg. 441, Rm. # 7 on Oct.
M. Chapman; Mrs. C. L. Cot- 4 at 8:55 a.m.
WESCONNETTFURNITURE Co. ten; Mrs. T. D. Deagan; Mrs.D. monthly meeting of the be discussed
Things to are:
W. Kellerman, Mrs. D. F. VP-45 Navy Wives Group was Medi-
Dependents compensation
Silseth and Mrs. D. R. Schaal. held last week at the BlueJac-
USED &.NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW kets Inn. Guest Speaker was cal care, Retirement ,
and Retired
Chief Career Family protection
Kruse, Squadron
; NEW DESKS Election of officers was held. Thomas B. Ellison,
! NEW &USED TV SETS NATTC Officers Wives The new officers are;President- NA TIC's Commanding Officer
FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browse! held a coffee recentlytointroduce Pauline Biggs; Vice-President- will welcome the dependents to
new officials. Barbara Worwetz; Secretary- the, lecture. A tour of'Aviation
i EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. 7p.m. ( Treasurer-Jakcie Bortle;Chairman Electrician's Mate School and
! The coffee was hosted by Mrs. for Publicity Carol Terry; Aviation Ordnanceman School
Thomas B. Ellison, wife of NATTC's
will follow the presentation.
5326 WEST CONNETT ILYD.AT 103RD 771-0750
Commanding Officer. fare and Hospital Myra Wil- Coffee and donuts will be
liams; Ways and Means-Laverne served from 8:30 to 8:50. Free
The "0" Wives met recentlyat Sweeney; Scrapbook -Peggy Bal- child care will be provided at
Mrs. G. A. Sundquist's houseto lard; Hospitality Carol Barski. the nursery. '
assemble calendars. A board
t meeting was held at Mrs. Leon Farewell gifts were presentedto
IF YOU LIVED IN THIS HOME Cohen's house. Kathy Page and Dorothy Kruse. cLL-r ire

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part's for 30 days or 1000 miles. Why no gas
They still get that legendary VW economy. .
just like the new ones.
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OUT : a 1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&II. ,.. . ", $995 242 MclRtssh Ave.

1964 FORD, R&II, Auto/trans., . .$950

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Auto/trans.. R&II. .Air Cond. Minister

TO 1961 VW CAMPER, Xtra Clean.$1100WESTSIDE
Rev.Edwin F. Mongoraery. Jr,


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I I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ]I

\ Hearing 65 Sign Up Early Five Points -

For Doctor's BUI Insurance For Better llh1 ; -I

"North Florida residents who are nearing their 65th birthday Job RelationsAnyone (.
can have the protection of the Doctors'Bill Insurance part of Medi- r r )
care at the earliest date, only if they signup during the three months can be an employee, t
before they become 65, stated R. B. Donaldson, Social Security but not everyone is a good em- 4ii ;. ,. I Iw
District! Manager in Jacksonville. ployee. A good employee is one
If tney wait to sign up during who has better 'human relationson c e
the month they become 65 or later and ends the third month after the Job ( and off) than Justa HA M
their protection under: the the 65th birthday month. worker who does his Job, or
"Doctors Bill Insurance" will Everyone should sign up in the "puts in his time."
not begin until some months after three months before his 65th Five Simple/ /
they are 65.Donaldson. birthday month, because if he RulesTo Look For: :..
stated the May 31, waits and'signs up, for examplein Five most important words: I ..
1966, deadline, that received so the month after age 65, his am proud of you.
much attention a few months ago protection does not begin until Four most important words:What ', ;
was only for those people who the first day of the second month is your opinion? o !
reached age 65 before January after he applies. Three most important words: If
1, 1966. For those now reach- People nearing 65, even though you please.
ing 65, there is a seven month working full time and not eligi- Two most important words:
period during which they may ble for monthly checks, should Thank You.
sign up for the "Doctor Bill In- sign up prior to the 65th birthday Least Important word: I. LT
surance" plan. under Medicare. month. This will allow himto Good human relations at work ,
This seventh month period begins have both hospital and "Doc- and everywhere is a simple mat- ]
with the third month before tors' Bill Insurance" in the first ter ofcultivatin habits that make ( F
your 65th birthday month month he becomes 65. people like us, believe us, trustus "BIG/ BOND" MAKES "NICE CUSHION" as Lcdr. F. J. Du-
__ _._. __.
.uu and depend on us. These se berry, Chairman for Savings Bond Program at O&R delivers
habits can be simply friendliness 1,000 bond to employee, James E. Russeau. Mr. Russeau
and sincerity, cheerfulness, bought this bond through the Payroll Savings Plan, and he
honesty. stated, "his Big Bond makes him feel real nice.

22 Gallons?

John H. Parsons an employeeof SIAYIS ..
the Castle Point (N. Y) Vet-
erans Administration Hospital FRED DAY:I$ ,,f
quietly and without fanfare recently -
donated his 179th pint of BUICK PONtIAGMC .
blood bringing his total to more -
than 22 gallons. TRUCKS' "
Only on one occasion has he ,
accepted money for his blood.
Recently he, donated blood at the LORIDA NATIONAL
Castle Point VA Hospital for a SAN JUAN J1ANK
Vietnamese boy being treated .
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there for a heart condition. Mr. .. n II = ffl..'1OIt..,.,,_ JAKE. SnORE'
Parsons accepted the moneygiven -' (Between 11"::; f ,_hr.rl"" ; l"t ..- .
by the U. S. State Depart- Roosevelt 1 I r1ij'I'' ."j,rr.t: iTrT: ,
ment for the donation, but then & Blanding) ( '
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.... converted the entire sum into Member FDIC' ,.... .. -- -

canteen buy coupons items; in used the by hospital patientsto "Yair Ink fir COMPLETE liikiip StraFus"&Stttttt3&yssttVj'

$6046 Saved$300,, Award canteen. : ::::=: .$- :<<: ...
He attributes his zeal for dona-
Qwen J. Terrell has saved the Navy an estimated $6046 and ting blood to the fact that in ''
See Us To Finance
received. a $300 award for his trouble. 1937 his wife received blood during -
Windshield replacement on the A5/RA5C has had a high rateof childbirth difficulties. He
incidence. Difficulty was experienced in the past in removing and vowed then to return 20 gallonsof That
reinstalling the retainers which hold the windshield in place. Each blood to the Red Cross.
,windshield was held In place by 90 fasteners 20 of which were almost Twenty seven years later he NEW CAR!
inaccessible, frequently having, be sheared, ground or drilled out. attained his goal but has continued -
Mr. Terrell confronted this problem and developed a tool which to donate simply becausehe
enables the mechanic to reach and remove these fasteners. The is "11 Pt1 to it", he said.
over all result was fewer man hours are expended; also, there
are no fasteners destroyed and the rework program for other parts &
of the aircraft is accelerated. West Jax's Newest & Most

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o DRYCLEANED 0 Swimming pool with adjacent laundry -
facilities located central

PIRES AFTER OCTOBER 1st garden area.
General Electric Climate Con
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2455 Lane Avenue So. 387-4268 .Custom Built-in Ranges
12 cubic foot Refrigerators

1901 Blanding Blvd. 387-6888 'i .G-E Laundry Facilities, Wash-

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'September 29, 1966 September, 1966

1- i Bad Guys? NO! Good Guys? YES! Jax Shore Patrol Out''To Help-. Shipmates- I IChecking

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keeps busy both at Headquarters and making rounds r __ L I
t ; throughout the local area of responsibility. $ iqr w if-

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Lcdr. Boauslawskl talks over r a situation concerning a Jax .. '

sailor with city policeman. _____,_________________ 'I. :i, ---
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: I Shore/ Patrol forces muster and/ undergo rigid Inspection prior to starting out on __ ;!:' ,' (, ::1
: out a Navyman's' papers often keeps him out t of( trouble their rounds. ",' I ,
(I.e. minors (from drinking/ before 'they start, which could __ 0515 Assumed the watch, gun check, 20 SB's, 5 45's' and 6 cuffs John Doe, BM1. '',''.','', '<(\'' .jf; "i'; \ ( f : _______
lead to arrest by civil authorities). SP's are often able to help 0550 Thompson. R. L., 110 11 11., AN, USN, fromVP-3Oappre.hendedbySbore _____
out military personnel who/ are new in town, too, but who would Patrol at 20th St. and I 1-95 from civil turnover with Jacksonville Police Dept. __ iiil'JL'Uft1Paperwork

be reluctant to ask for directions/ or pointers from the Navy's' No civil charges. Brought to Shore Patrol Headquarters, Informed of Art. 31., 4 I ______
"policemen". searched and detained at 0612.
Jax police turn i over-military BBM personnel a y -'" i.iiixjMiiiani they i take ii mmKfaaeatmaaaaB Into custody 0600 Released Brown, Y. M., 101 10 10, P03, USN, and White, M. M., 606 06 60., Is a must, as with most organizations, and PN2
USN and in of AOl for delivery to VP-83 OOD and
PO2, placed custody Black
the Shore Patrol.
to Bill take of
I '" Brown Is assigned to SP Hdqtrs. to core It.
VA 36 OOD at NAS Cecil Field. X
MILITARYAUTO 0635 Thompson R. L., 111 11 11., AA USN, and Deal, B. W., 110 1111, AN, USN, t
SAVE MONEY NOW! released in custody of Jones, BT1, for delivery to OOD of VP 45, NAS Jax. '\
LIABILITY INSURANCE 0700 Inspected SPHQ. Prisoners O. Conditions Normal, .L
MONTHLY POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS YOUR CAR PAINTED IN BAKED ENAMEL...39EcoNoMv O 0800 Inspected SPHQ. Prisoners -0''. Conditions) Normal. \..II6\-.\ MI#_____
1055 1 AndrewsFrankJ.,2222222SNUSNbroughttoSPHQ.ApprehendedatDuva County "Yes, Chief, w. can turn him over to you Instead of haying
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d Searched and detained 1100. Informed him bond. We
know the
Jail for return to VP 18 NAS Jax. at post Navy will take corrective action
I AGE 21-24 Married $$10.40 mo. I PEREZ & SERRANO 8110 103rd St. of Art 31. Civil charges pending.bond plea day 13 Oct. 1966. for his, offense." '
', Pvt., U. Army. turned ,, Shore.Patrol at SPHQ
: 1140 Smith,, A. L.; RA 1611222, overtq '
AGE21-24Single$12.80 mo. PAINT AND BODY SHOP Phone 777-7255. by Waters. E. E., FBI Agent.QiargedwlthU/A// until 1140,23 Sept. 1966. Command k

Meets State and notified, stated man had been dropped as a deserter. From Co. "A" 99th Battalion ;
Robert Travis: Associates i i Inc.NAS Third Brigade, Fort Nowhere, Anystate. Autovon call to Fort Nowhere __
I s, . . . . . . approximately 3 minutes. -MD'' [EY'LOUNGE __ _
1st Office N. 'of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3533 what's' in 1200 SP truck ##/ 9 escorted> civilian ambulances to US Naval Hospital, NAS Sax, with
USNS.Mayp re. lax Beach 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421( /) : critically ill dependent.

: Little Red Riding Hood's' : 1201 Etc. etcetc. __________________________ & PACKAGE STORE

; 1\' basket? And so begins a typical day at prising Jax's Shore Patrol. Utilizing -
\ the downtown Jacksonville Shore nine! vehicles and numerous 3909 BLANDING BLVD.CHAMPAGNE .
Shakcy't'.delicious pizza,of'cours*!For getting&on
MEN OF THE foot they are responsible -
S I with Mr.Wolf.She knows ht's.wild about our tanI Patrol Headquarters. Names patrols
I talizing, secret sauce and tangy exotic cheese.. service numbers, etc., are for all of Duval County;> NIGHT
Just "pants"for our thin delicate crust.too.And that of
section lyingsouth
fictious;, but, the situations are except
up either Volkswagen I has barrals'. of 'fun singing& & by the moonlight to I of
the St. John's River and East
all real of the
too examples
Shakay't ragtime piano and live banjo. But don't CD.
grieve for Little Red.She's's got lots more of Shake/i everyday routine for the local the Intra Coastal Waterway; "
in Europe. I 21 varieties of pizza supreme",. hidden away"for her II Navy "policeman" all of Nassau arjd! Clay counties. .
and Grandma. (Under the hood-where else?
11 7)) II The SP's have been looked upon except that portion east of the /

$.SB..! *rJmrw.al&* **. *& II with frowns by many Navy Intra Coastal Waterway; and LADIES NIGHT 0
north from the Southern city
ye PUBLIC house II men throughout the years lab-
4420$BLANDING IIVD. ? II led as "Party Poopers" and limits of St. Augustine. EVERY THURS. '((6" .
Shore Patrol and the Jacksonville -
"Hard noses who'll do '
IOpsUAM'TltI1Mld.lg '
771-21)3) to get a guy in trouble." civil authorities work close MIXED/ DRINKS?/ FOR .
diiiie2'ifyou M>HII IIB1 ,. .. This is the image that the Jack- ly together, with the end result LADIES HALF PRICE + Get money for any
F .&. sonville Shore Patrolmen are that military personnel appreout Champagne
: & .. ..' : to shatter. hended by the local. police are
Not professional policemen. turned over to the SP's rather DANCING 38< good purpose
I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII but rather, guys just like you that being arrested and detained CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10% '
and your buddies, the SP's' of in jail. DRIVE-IN SERVICE Plus 2'tax$
Jax are "here to help Navymen" In most cases,being placed in -Household' FinanceWhen
IT TEARS SiK2nd according to Lcdr. W. T.Boug- the custody of the Shore Patrol
PHUL JULIE EEKnEiumnn APART WITHSUSPENSE > uslawski, Officer in Charge of means that the military are not
the local unit. .required to post bond as wouldOperating
,a loan Is the'sensible answer to your
HDDREUIS under command> instructions normally be the case if they ..
to "interfere with lib- were civilians or if the Jax BIG CHIEF n money problems, see your HFC manager lie la

erty parties as little as pos- Civil authorities were not of such Off.ta a specialist in making loans to servicemen.
sible," the Shore Patrol forces a cooperative frame of mind. TIRE CO. ,
With an HFC loan, can pay all your bills
are drawn from all Naval com Otheil duties of the Shore Pat- you
ITCHlhLIJf.H'TIIRII mands In the Jax area. The nuc- rol could and sometimes do include and other money obligations buy a bettercar

If have a driving ambition to Squarebock Sedan. (It's' ]just as leus of these are assigned d by the anything from delivering a take a.leave or meet an unexpected
see Europe, the cheapest way to genuine but not so beetle-ish.) Commanding Officer of NAS Jax. baby to hunting for dangerouswith I ALL
do the driving is in your r own V\V. We'll attend to the details of augmenting forces furnished criminals at large to rushing $ expense. Household makes loans for every
And picking it up in EUJope is the purchase, delivery, insurance and TZCHniCOUH2nd by the CD's of other shore com people to the hospital. The 5795 7 PIIS'II T purpose. May. we help you?
cheapest way to buy one. licensing. And if the car needs 0 mands and fleet units via TAD unexpected judgement required SIZES
You can get a genuine beetle in servicing after you ship it home, cURDln'! Jf:45: orders to CO NAS Jax. of SP's' they are capable of
any of 55 cities in 9 countries. we'll attend to that, too. There are a total of 67 en- handling almost anyting., which $$2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR? TUBELESSNO Borrow up to $$600

And, if you want a little more room If you think that's a lot to ask of listed men and one officer com might come their wa DOWN PAYMENT. AO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE Take up to 24 months to repay
and little total and
a more power. a a stranger come get
little more money and get our to know us. GALOfli\ LYHNWOODChristiii FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC
W..t.We IWEEK, AND Chirch. Can Yau FREE Balance & Alignment. ''ith'Purchase. 014 4 Tires

Volkswagen, Inc. Authorized Dealer 5200 Westoiiet Blvd TAKE YOUR CAR SPEED EQUIPMENTComplete /
1150 So L.n* Ave. Jax. Flau IJ. \ \ j I I'' ('Corner Wesconnett: Dormlny. Boulevard Avenue d and For Financing''' ,,!, .aid ,lrisim,,$ ,u'f( Hie II of Mil Wheels,. .Tichemeters. .
) Stateside' atidOi'crstas.,d () ( ( nil
Attn: Dick Stimer Rictus Slicks Chrome. Pipes" Fleer.. Shifts S ,
,,".. \ Church School 9:30: A.M. DYER M. BURR ,, 25 West Fortyth_St.-Phone: 355-9683

Please send me your free illustrated brochure and price list. 1, Morning Worship 1 7050* A.M. GOVERNMENT FINANCE, ( OfPIOVCC.S' '' ( \((\' BIG CHIEF TIRE CO. Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Youth ; C9I'Oltl0N
Name : '. Groups 6:00: P;M
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i Address, .. Church Phone 771.4021 INTERNATIONAL SERVICE' ('[ 5444 Normandy 6201 1 Roosevelt 2809 Moyporf Rd. _
\ Porsonoge Phone 771-2782 INSURANCE COMPANY\ .
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
Vi mil* from'
.City...:_ ;.' Zone, .State.. .., ...Jt"" :. t J.J.E.. :SHERWOOD' -Minister. I.,.,.r, ''j'' 5615 Tlmuquana' Rd. .771'0527u .. I Across AUttIc.M111.from. .MaLn.Oat.V4 mil from' MatnOat4.' t Ask kut, ..ejvonlMf... .Innis. ..
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I JAX MARINESMSgt. a r c nb4

Joel FergusonEXT.

MILESTONE master gunnery sergeants. The
Marine Aviation Det. SgtMaj. allocations for first sergeant and accept letters for transmittalto
John Ware, who recently cele- master sergeant have not been ,; /r Americans missing or detained .
brated his 28th year of Marine announced. x in South Vietnam. ;
Corps service, was honored at a The other board members are: q The State Department said that
luncheon given by Det. officersand Lieutenant Colonels W. L. Red- idi:1tm families may attempt to communicate .:
Staff NCOs. mond J D. Johnson, Jr., G. with captured Ameri-
H. Smith, R. W. Calvert, J. M.
DONOR ( I cans by sending letters in care '
Detrio, P. L. Davis, R. R. Saez of the National Committee for a \
After rolling up his sleeve and D. G. Mehargue. Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE), Algiers -
and giving his eighth pint of "0" Majors P. A. Maas, F. R. yr If Algeria. The Algiers
negative blood, Pfc. Stephen R. Smoke, P. R. Hunter,J.V.Price, address may be used for persons "
Rafferty, AE School student, was W. L. Threlfall, E. B. Grigsby, i"" missing or detained in North
recently awarded a medal pin at R. R. Darron, R. R. Blakslee, Vietnam.The .
the Naval Hospital here for being and D. Joyce. ; ,. ... 1 American Red Cross said ;a
a Gallon Donor. Major J. A. 0' Brien is the
it will continue to to a
board recorder with CaptainsC. THE PURPLE HEART and National Defense Service/ Medal try open "T
of communications with
BOARD QUOTAS Is Mrs. Linda D. Coleman widow of Marine Cpl. ,
H. Bagwell and T. F. Wal- presented to the Viet Cong and Pathet Lao I
Headquarters Marine Corps by the assistant recorders. James Coleman, Jr., who was killed In Vietnam during action Communists and will make every
announced last week that a sel- against insurgent Communist Guerilla forces on June 26. Ma// effort to transmit letters now held ;".
ection board has convened thereto AVIATION INSIGNIAA Richard L. Hyland made the presentations at the Marine Bar- by the ICRC, the Red Cross said.
select eligible SNCO's for pro- tacks here last week. Since hostilities began in Vietnam '
motion to sergeant majormaster modification to present The modifications are: worn on the evening dress and the ICRC has been active in
gunnery sergeant and first ser- Marine Corps uniform regula- The metal insignia as described mess jackets. However, the determining the whereabouts and
geantmaster sergeant. tions in regards to the wearingof above shall be worn on aviation Insignia will not be worn treatment of American personnel
The board headed by Colonel the Naval Aviator, Naval the left breast of all dress and on the cloak, overcoat, topcoat, reported as missing or detained, ,- .,
Harry F. Painter, is scheduledto Aviator Observer, Aircrewmanand service coats and utility shirts raincoat or field jacket. and in arranging for mail delivery "). ;
be in session Parachutist the be from next of kin. '
insignia on and may be 'worn on the khaki Further information can I
eight} weeks. It is authorized to utility uniform has been publishedby Marine Bul-
shirt when it is worn as the out- obtained from Corps GI JOB PREFERENCE .
select 214sergeant majors and 182 HQMC. er garment. letin 1020 of July 28. "aWhile 'j.

When wearing the utility shirt, LETTERS TO VIET NAM most of the interest '1
the insignia will be centeredone shown in the so called new G. I. '. 1
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE half inch above the name The International Committeeof Bill of Rights has been concerned 'h, '
over the left breast pocket.A the Red Cross (ICRC)recently with educational benefits, there (
miniature insignia, one are certain little noted provisions ,
All Ranks All stated it has been unsuccessfulIn I i :f
Ages half the regular size, will be getting the Communists to that give the four million vet-
lOW RATES erans affected under the new law '
certain Civil Service job pre- '

EASY MONTHLY ferences.They get five points added to

their scores in Civil Service tests
'PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S and 10 points if they were dis-
abled or were awarded Purple ; ,
Heart, J. E. Gum, Officer in I... i
Charge, VA Office,Jacksonville, ,. ,
said. j
In addition to the actual 5-10- .
points being'' added to their Civil'.
Service test score, those vet- J
erans who have served ,since .,.'. .
6479 Roosmlt .1.3..7676.. January 1955 thus become eli- t
gible for veterans preference .
2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us AnytimeNeed t in Job selection. Prior to the "

enactment of the. new GI Bill,
veterans who served since 1955
i did not receive: veterans job pre- 1
_. t j f Sd ference even though they rated t
high on the tests.PARDON '


= BIRTHDAY GREETINGS arrive for Aviation Ordnance School last week's Jax Air News
J 7I student, Pfc. Jack G. Brown, (second from left) as he receivesa Afterburner Center Spread it
I birthday cake from C. Speed Veal, Prudential Insurance Co. was incorrectly stated that the
j representative, who delivered the cake at the request of Pfc. Photo Lab at NAS Jax is a func-
Brown's mother, Mrs. Marlene L. Brown of Toledo/ Ohio. The tion of that station's VAP62..
company happily complied, and Brown was coined( / by six of his Actually, the Photo Lab Is un-
der the
iJI' iAh&r; classmates, as well as NATTC CO, Capt. Thomas B. Ellison, VFP oraganizational- 62, 'which is controlof home-
(/left) and Aviation Det. CO, LtCol./ John W. 'Sullivan, for a based at Cecil Field. thousand i

party here last week. pardons to VFP 62 for thei.
error. ( Ed)

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.t 103rd STREET RENTAL 2 BR,
; { MOVIES Club Schedule I. Kit. equip house $65 month

771 3598 after 5.
I 1 Movies at the WAS j Theatre

:.:.'L. will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX 4.cMr
:;4 8:15 p.m., Monday through : MGB '64 RODSTER WIRE '

i Saturday. In addition to the "0" CLUB Saturday there : Wheels milage 39,000 388-

two evening shows there will be will be dancing with Johnny Je- 0849.
H4 a matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- linek.
Tuesday will be Foreign
4j.i. day Sundays and holidays. The Dish Night. Wednesday Family Ads should be mailed to the Molt Publishing Company" FURN. HOUSE FOR RENT -
Hospital Theatre will have one Night. 1950Bldnding Blvd. Jacksonville Florida 32210, to arrive 2 BR, w/w carpet In LR & DR
: weekly feature at 7 p.m. not later than Tuesday for publication the 'following Thurs- Field 781 3170
Cecil Field.wmhavetwo shows "CPO" CLUB Friday there day Ado arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe 5 mi. Cecil -
during the week 5:30 will be dancing to Mark Castle. following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
4;\. Matinees at and 8p.m. Saturday music will be by the wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must FOR SALE 61 CHRYSLER -
will be shown Frank Binders Combo., Sunday be received WITH the copy for the ad R & H, P. S. Auto/trans. 1
.on weekends at 2 and 5
the entertainment will feature owner $800 781 2845
Bud Clark. Monday Tuesday, DO NOT SEND CASH
Sept. 29 1966
; and Wednesday there will be a RATE: Minimum charge ((3.lines). . . . $2.00 FURN. ROOM FOR RENT PRIVATE -
,. MAS "Operation Crossbow" "Happy Hour" beginning at 4:30 Per additional line ((4 words p.r line). . .oisO Bath and entrance 10
with, Sophia Loren and George p.m. mins. NAS 4030 Onega Bldv.

Peppard. Phone 389.2101.STARBELLE .
Hospital "Secret Seven"with

C. Field "Johnny Tiger" day will be the Tigers Den with Sewing Machine left In stor- Jacksonville and Mayportareas. NEL Bathing, grooming, train-
'f with Robert Taylor and Geral- the Holidays featuring the Tigers age, good condition,fully electric Military Background ing See us first. 725 9882.
dine Brooks. with the Kittens. Saturday will does everything, complete with would be helpful. A very rewarding -
featureVeron Henderson. Sun- attachments. Yours for storage career possible for the HELP WANTED PART TIME
Sepf. 30, 1966 day entertainment will be by charge Only $15 each. Call ,Right Man. Write to the Regional Typist Westslde -. $1.75 hr.

:w NAS "Tiko and the Shark" Johnnie Arnold. Game night i is warehouse, 353 1946 will de. Director, t.0.> Box 13177: Average 25'.hr.. week 387 -
with Marlene Among and Al held on Sunday at 5:30 and Tues- liver no obligations A -1 Sew- Orlando,.Fla. 32809 4451.
Kauwe. days at 7:30 p.m. ing Maclne Compay.
bow"Hospital with- "Operation Cross- "BLUEJACKETS INN" To- TATION advice. 7 days a week. 2BR, newly painted, fenced yard,
Sophia Loren and day from 11 a.m. til 1 p.m. Homes for sale $100 Down. screened porch immed. ace$15
Peppard.C. will feature "Go Go Girls"as Equities No Qualifying. Rent- mo 7710374.
Field 1 BR No children
"King Kong vs.Godzilla" or pets, res.
on every working day Mon- als. Homesite Lots Acreage,
with Micheal $50 354 4903.
Keith. day thru Friday between these mgr. :'Investments. WALTER T.BOW- FURN. STUDIO APT. 1 ADULT

Oct. 1, 1966 hours. Thursdaynight from 7:30 OPPORTUNITY EN,1 Reg. Broker USN Retired. $90 includes utilities & phone
til 11:15 p.m. entertainment will 384-1376 Ortega. 3544903.
NAS "Mary Poppins" with be by the Lemon Twisters with Leased store, Orlando. Returns
Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. 9% cash flow,IB< ogrcss on$15000 FOR CHARTER 50 AUXI-
"Go Go Girls". Friday Phil Cay FT. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, 11/2
Hospital "Tiko and theShark" and the Channels will provide Investment. Retirement buy. L. LLARY SCHOONER Day Sailing Bath, Lg. cm. lot Gas water
with Marlene Among and them lc with "Go Go Girls". Walter Benjamin Inc., Realtors. & wkends. Trips to the Ba- heater, bit in range $100
Al Kauwe. Saturday a surprise band will be (USMC, Ret'd) 268 5506. hamas $15 a day per person- mo. 3636 Me Greggor Dr.

C. Field uSecret5even"with featured from 8:45 unti112:45. All expenses paid P08 2921. Cedal Hills 771 6539 or con-
Tony Russell and Helga Line. Saturday and Sunday there will After 6 p.m.EMPLOYEES. tact Earnes Barns ADRI NAS

Oct. 2 1966 be Family Matinee dance from Jax Ex 8185_
2 until 6 p.m. starring the Rav WANTED: LEAD-
NAS "The Rounders" with ens. Sunday from 7:30 until CEDAR II ILLS ING Furniture Industry locatedIn 1962 IMPALA!. 4 DOOR HARD-

Glen Ford and Henry Fonda. 12:45 the Lemon Twisters wil'Play THEATRE Lexington, N. C. For details TOP:Air cbnd.auto/transpow-
Hospital "Mary Poppins"with and the "Go Go Girls"will-dance 77J- 2255 write or send post card to J. C. er steering, white walls. Full

Julie Andrews and Dick Van Happy Hour is every weekday SEPT 30) OCT. 6 WILLIAMS, personal,HECKMAN price $995. Bank will finance
- Dyke. from 5 till 7 p.m. From 7:30 CABINETS, Pickard Circle, 975. Call 744 0736 to see it
.. ,. C. Field "Operation Crossbow" till 11:30 on Monday the Lemon Lexington N. C. All Inquires Sunday only.SINGER .

.' with Sophia Loren and Twisters will play and on Tues-. answered. *
' ...'" George Peppard.. day the Ravens will bring ,the TOUCH & SEW, CHAIN
1' entertainment both accompaniedby ,.stlches, no bobbin wind. 5 mo.
I....... .,, ,t. Ocf.,13, 1966 .'. "Go Go Girls."'Wednesday' I I Irr punch': .STENOS. old i in '4 drawer ,walnut desk.
Typists Key ,
... ;,1 'f NAS "Assult On The Queen" is Game Night from 8 until 11 for temporary assignments operators as Original'price $500. Balance.$225

f'l.',l:;' :; with Frank Sinatra and Virna, p.m. Food specials this week you are available. TEMPORARY cash or $10 month. Call 771 -
will be Pizza on Wednesday 1850.
/ TALENT 1130 ACLBLDG.356-
\' LIsl.Hospital "The' Rounders"with all the way for 50 cents; Friday '0753.
Glen Ford and Henry Fon- from 5 until 9 p.m. Shrimp and FOR RENT FURNISHED ONE
Fish Dinners for 50 cents Sat- NEAR SCHOOLSMOVETODAY Bedroom home Carport Near

da.C.. Field-"Tiko and the Shark" urday from noon until 7 p.m. Gorgeous 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath & NAS 264 6253.
with Marlene Among and Al 16 oz. T Bone Steak, com- bath, kitchen equipped homes.

Kauwe. plete dinner for $1.15' ; and Sun- Full year warranty $91 mo, Includes CHRISTMAS MONEY

Oct. 4, 1966 day from noon until 7 p.m.12 all. Nothing down to vets. Openings full or part time. Call
chicken dinner for 50 cents. Min. I FHA down. Salesman on Vivlane Woodward Cosmetics,
NAS "Come Blow Your Horn"with
Frank Sinatra and Lee J. duty 7 days week. Drive out 384 3821. Executive positions
Cobb Cecil Field/ & see us at Tlmuquana Heights available.
771 6200.
Hospital "Assult On The
Queen" with Frank Sinatra and EM 'Club Tonight Is game' FOR RENT 1419 MOHAWK,
Virna Lisi. night beginning at 7:45 p.m. The MANDARIN HOMESITES St., Furn., 2 BR, duplexwaterfurn.
special will be Rib Eye Steak Across river'from NAS, minutes
C. Field "Mary Poppins"with clean elect. kitchen no
for $.50. Friday, Dick Wldon when newbrldge completed. '
Dick away .
Julie Andrews and ITMM pets $75 mo. Phone 389-
will be entertaining.Also Friday. Buy now, build now or later '
Van !Welch Edtaond
Dyke. Boyd Raquel
a "Surprise Happy Hour". Sun- = terms If desired; also new homes
Oct. 5, 1966 day, the fabulous Phil Kay and Donald> Reasenca Arthur ffConrel> ready. Plan living or retirementIn LADIES EARN MONEY FROM
Wpm RedfeUand j Arthur!> Kemedy 1< ,
his "Chantels". Monday Happy beautiful historic Mandarin.
NAS "Monster Go Home"with Produced: by Saul David Directed by Your Home -' Studio Girl Hol-
Hour from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. SOUTHWOOD Quality homes
Yvonne De Carlo and Al : lywood Cosmetics Opening In
Tuesday, Happy Hour will be a Richard FJeiSct .Screenplay by J Many from $18,000 to $26,000.Lots with 7812666WOWMAN
Lewis. West Side Jacksonville.
Kteinec by[David) Duncan
Hospital "Come Blow Your surprise. Wednesday Mel Gaden 0nd sewer & water from .
Horn" with Frank Sinatra and will be here for your musical I Music bylei Rosenmarx SYLVAN BLUFF ESTATE:
Lee J. Cobb. enjoyment. GnemaScopa Color by[Deluxe Large wooded creekfront lakefront -

C. Field "The Rounders"with or riverfront lots from
Glen Ford and Henry Fonda. $8 00 up. L. Walter BenjaminInc
Realtors (USMC Ret'd 268 -

Shrine Chrcv MONEY IN 1 DAY 5506,. Is Coming

This Weekend APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN

Morocco Temple will pre 25 to $600 264 2411.
sent the internationally renewed -


for the fourth straight year at Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how

Jacksonville's 10,000 seat much want. Pick the cash at conven-
you up your
Coliseum ,30 and Oct.
on Sept. iii-
1-2. tence. Same-c/oy service. VISITCLAUDE

.Shrine Night will be observed 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN ,
30, at an "
Friday, Sept. "
8:30 show to which the You Get Mo. Pmt. You Gel Mo. Pmt \ .
p.m. ..
; ; ;
general public is also invited. ;, NOLAN. ,}: .;
S 84.33 5:00: 355.79 21.00 ; ,
There will be two perform :\. ," .\ ..: .."

2:30 ances p.m.Saturday and 8:00 Oct. p.m.1 -- -at- 219.27 151.80 13.00 9.00 427.51 SOO.51 29.00 25.00 );' !d .1 t .'ijd g 1 1 <:. : t'i'!

and two more Sunday 1:30 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 ; .. '. ., '

,p.m. and 5:00 p.m. _, NI'AIN'. '. .:AT ,OR piiOPENM&N ; : ., '..; _": ,::'.< ;,,. .
Adult reserved seats are "
$2.50 and general admission. Above Payments Include /nferasf. .' .;>THIW/ tlKrtitVpM .... :. .;," .:.,'., .. .....

be$1.50.admitted reserve Children this seats year under and for 12 for$1.25in will$1 DIAL PHQW6;; EL :3922 ; : ; ir0' ;.t. \

general admission. Reserved ... ); ;: : 1 :
Dial :
seats are promenade and,box 241 West Forsyth St. ; ,;. ? ";;,
seats only.Tlctetsare on sale 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 :
'at the Coliseum. Hemming :

Park. Morocco Temple or .
.from.a Shriner.

September 29 1966

Wild Animals

Should RemainS Intramural"Scoreboard .: .,: :' ::


may pose a potential harm to .
people and many species of wildlife .'
"" -' .
particularly so called -
By JIm Anglea "pet" deer frequently turn on .,
Continental League
their "benefactors" according .." >> ,.' ,
SHADES OF JOHNNY LUJACK W. B. Copeland, chairman,Game Seven Tens 17 3 ,
Fresh Water Fish Commis- American League 12 4 I", '
The "Fighting Irish" unveiled a couple of very talented sopho- and Pin Teasers .
mores at South Bend last Saturday much to the dismay of the Bob sion.He Teams' Won' Lost Mad Foxes 12 8 .
Griese lead Boilermakers from Purdue. When the dust had cleared, said, "Natui 's yearly crop Pin Benders 11 9

the powerful Notre Dame eleven had tolled to an impressive 26-14 _of babes in the woods are cute Cloak & Dag. 11 1 King Pins 10 10 ,
cuddlY' and often appear lost and Marine Bks. 9 3PRO's Hard Hats 10 10
victory. forlorn, buy+ they are not fair SparksDruthers 8 8.
5 u.,
Eighteen year old QB Terry Hanratty and Jim Seymour. 19 11 .
game for adoption by well in- 9 11 '
year old pass receiver picked Purdue's defense apart as they tentioned ill informed Cursors 10 6 .
"goodSamaritans" Trailer Sailors 8, 12
combined on long gainers of 39, 84, and 45 yards. The thing that and listed several Falcons "A" 7 5 War.liB" 8 12 : j ;
impressed me most about the "Irish" were the pose and signal Eagles 9 7 Sky
for not touching Yo Yo'sSearees 6 10
reason young
calling of young Hanratty. He was not afraid to gamble as twiceon Mec A Niks 8 8
7 13
fourth down in Notre Dame territory he elected to go for the wildlife. Cannon Cockers 5 7 .
first down, Instead of giving up the ball by punting. Each time .It is ''illegal to possess any Needlers 5 7 Tipplers 6 14 t ; \. -

he pulled it off by hitting Seymour for the necessary,,yardage. gae animal or bird or protected Play Boys 6 10 NA TTC' ,\ .
"Look out for the Irish". 'animal or bird except under .Trainers 5 11
permit issued by the Commis- Teams Won Lost
Griffins 4 12
UCLA held Syracuse's Floyd Little to 20 yards as they played sion. ,

with the Orangemen which were rated pre season as the best Young animals and birds are Supply 2 10 MAD #' 4 15 5 ,"
i in the east. The Bruins fresh from romping over Pittsburgh,
lost. Their
\ usually not parents 1 15 5
57 14, again showed explosive offensive power as they crushed are almost always nearby waitingfor Notional League AE uA"2.. '14 6
Syracuse, 31 12, with Beban, Carr and sophomore Busby supply- the
person to go away. AE "A" # 1 11 5
the punch. Incidentally this kid (Buzz) Busby does the 100- "
Young wildlife can take care of Lucky 7" 12 4 MAD '# 6 10 6
yard in a cool 9.4 seconds. itself, if left alone. Rip Cords 13' MAD /# 2 10 6
Both Michigan State and Alabama rolled over minor oppositionas Little animals grow rapidly, Ficeur CPO 's 12 8 OfficersAO '11' 9 ''
the Spartans dumped Penn State, 42 8, and Beag Bryant's boys and can become both a problemand Sky War. I'A" 14 10 "B" 111 9

trampled La. Tech, 34-0. dangerous. Mis Fits 14 10 MAD1MAD 10 10

So. Calif picked up number two as they bombed Big Ten Wisconsin Many animals most often Falcons "B" 11 9 # 5 :. 10 10

I 38 3, but California took It on the chin from Michigan, thought of as pets can be carriersof Nav Fin Off 11 9 560 8, 8. .
I 17-7. such diseases as rabies. Caduceus 12 12 AEV "B" 7' 9

Tennessee, Georgia Tech, and Florida with hopes of stealingAlabama's Handling young animals and BLU 12 12 TRAFAC 8 12
birds may cause the parents to Hurricanes 10 14 500 8 U
glory, also had good days. The Vols took Auburn,
abandon them. AOMD 8 12
28 0, and Tech smothered Vanderbilt, 42 0. AEI"B"1' 8 12
Neptunes 9 15 AO2 7' 13 .
The Gators Riding Steve,Spurrier's Golden Arm scored 21 pointsin SPORTS GOOF Plzzans 2 18 542 7 13
a seven minute perod in the third quarter to stop stubborn Miss- MAD # 3AEI"B" 7 13

issippi St. Our appologies to those effected Atlantic League # 2 3 17

Of the top clubs, UCLA has the roughest team next Saturday for running the wrong 4
when they meet defense minded Missouri at the coliseum in LA. picture caption on page 14 of Spartans 12 5 Golf
Flag Staffs 11
last week Jax
Alabama takes ;Ole Miss while State Illinois. s
on plays Afterburner. the Electrons 10 6NCO's (Handicap Scores)
The "Irish" should have no trouble:) with Northwestern, and Floridais Actually,
picture represents a recent 12.5 8.5 National League
favorite Vanderbilt.
a heavy over
presentation of the 6th Naval Foggy Five 11 9 ,
District softball trophywonbythe VP 30 Chlfs 10.5 9.5 NARTU 3.5.5'

Fliers to Capt. Martin Bean Burners 10 10 FICEUR 4 1

Stack. On hand to make the Rejects 8 8 VP-5 3 1 -

j. ;t presentations ,were ,Recrea- ,Spoilers 8 12 Hosp. "B" 3.5., ,1.5---: '.:'
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f, player J. Jackson. Articulators 7 13 6791h 2 3
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\ Whistling In,4 Records To Improve Says Past Ace Miler I

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as people It'shypothesitdtalent
American track and field records a coldwindswept track at Eng-
fell under the largest assult land's Oxford University was the scout doctors could pick
Rigging ever this past summer and where first man to run the mile I In out the future potentially great
it'll stop is something the nation's less than four minutes. That was distance and man at a very young
age him scientifically -
in May of 1954. Numerous prepare
top cinder mentors can't give a run-
By Lt. P..: E.. T IbocJeaCl straight answer to. Objects of ners following In his footsteps, for the record.
began to train following Bannister's -
of thefanf'arewas collegian
As of last week another cruis- tne first race competitors to the most TTMOTORCYCLES
who toured four philosophies, -built a-
four Jim Ryun lapsof
ing sized sailboat joined the ranksof winds. If you've never seen
a quarter mile track in 3 round a system; built around
Optimist Pram
those moored at the Navy Jack plane you
sonville Sailing Qifa. Wally should have been there! Anyway minutes 51.3 seconds, bringing science.
home the world mile record to Now a specialist in neurology,
I he didn't
Vance's Tri maran has finally guess mind too
these shores that has Dr. Bannister looks ahead and
arrived after a long wait. Dropped much as he was back again this ALL MODELS
eluded American runners for foresees a 3:30 mile around 20
by Grahams the other dayto past Sunday ( with a bigger mot-
take a look at her and she'sa or so he can keep up with the nearly 29 years.) years' from now. In the past NOTHING DOWN
he has said that he doesn't
beauty. Wally had her built sailboats.) The pertinent question is -- anti-
We've Just how fast are athletes goingto cipate running the mile much W. Give MerchantCw.en Stamps
of a of
solid while got couple
mahogany stationedin new ,gan-
be pushed by science in run- faster than that until a different 8 am.7
the Phillipines. Plenty of net skippers to break in in Open Dally p.m.
deck area makes a catamaranor racing; Johann ( John) Forrester ning the mile ; what's to be the existence.son of physical man comes into Wed& Sot 8 0.m..6
ultimate limit in of the distance p.m.
from FICEUR and Ben any -
trimaran an ideal cruising Shepardex
for that ? It's not who won or lost In
runs matter Closed
boat. I am looking forward to skipper of A Squadron atCecil. Sundays
With all the The "ultimate" is hard to de- track and field anymore: the
trial run Wally if need questions
a you question after a race, Is, "wasa
help. I've had from them concerning fine.Dr. OTORS & CYCLES
any "
how ..Roger Bannister of Britain record set? Science may get
We lost one of our ardent sail to make their boats go faster 4949
ors a couple of weeks ago when ( don'? know why they ask presented his opinions recentlyon credit for future records and Blanding Blvd.
Jim Pantano was transferred to me, mine is the slowest in the the subject. Bannister, per- Bannister's perfect physical PH 771-8244
NAS Whiting Field. The first fleet), I think they mean busi- forming before a scant crowd at speciman may not,be as far away

thing he did upon checking into the ness. Better watch It there,Olar-
area at Pensacola was to join lie and Paul.Coming .
the Pensaoola Sailing Assn. He events for the next few
should get his fill of sailing weeks are as follows: NJSCon
there as they have two ex-Naval High Speed Sailing); races on SEE CRISWEll TIRE COMPANY
Academy Yawls plus numerous the 9th and 23rd. NAVY DAY
day sailers etc. Also they havea REGATTA on October 30. Lou
nice clubhouse/workshop. Caron relapses in nervous col-
Some people just have it made. laspe after Regatta Race Com-
mittee last seen making it over CHANGE DOUBTFUL
Last Sunday saw the begin- the horizon with 30 competitorsin

ning of the Fall Tri Club hot pursuit it looks TIRES NOW.
Series with the first race beingrun like a good month for our rac-
at the NJSC for the boats ing sailors.
. we usually host. It's odd how
The Rebel ,1old' one) isdown
rumors are accepted if no one again with a broken mast. This -
takes time to check into them. makes three of them within the
The custom of running the races This time of tire
past year. one our
on a split basis with us host- members flipped itsinglehand-
ing the small boat classes and the ing it and the mast stuck in the L11L mIO!
FYC the bigger boats ,came.about mud. When it was righted, the ByU.S.Royal
as the resultof someone saying mast had broken. Proper pro- ,
that the water in our cove was cedure here might have saved the
shallow for the boatsit
too larger
mast. When you go over, the II Its aure-looted on I what road,Imagine the control you'll have on a dry road
have been time.
( may at one ) first thing to do, ( after cough-

Providing that you do not try ing up half the river) is to get ALL THESE SIZES

to get too close to shore the the sail down and get out on the
water depth is stable for I was centerboard to right the boat. r LESS 00fMUN
over the area that was reportedly This has to be done quickly; if 20
shallow last week in the Cap- you let the mast get headed down FtAUKMTH
tain's Gig. The Gig has a depth you can almost bet on it breaking THAN a wo tr.
tff Mr.
if It hits the bottom. With jmr
an Tare
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12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 29, 1966

... .., ,.. "II Cecil Riflemen Skeet League Begins I

REERVEDSiAT NAS Cecil Field has launchedits --be broken by a sudden- death miss

5 i i Take HonorsThe first skeet league this year. between top guns from each team

Here few rules
are a applyingto that day.
NAS Cecil Field Rifle
oO o "Sports for the Spectator" O 4k Team took six out of eight trophies the sport. The league will Here are the standings as of
be double round robin ruled
a press time.
l c ; 1ft last week at the Gatway
the National Skeet
by Shooting
I Teams Won Lost
Rifle Range. All firing was doneat
Association. Each
team will
By John/ MooreIn 200 yds with 30 cal. Rifles in
and furnish their
procure own VA-174 2 0
an N. R. A. approved match.
late September and early The upsets have begun. LSU There were a total of 22 shooterson ammunition. It will be a five Marines Bks. 0 2
October the wooded hillsides and quarterback, Nelson Stokely was hand. This match was usedto man team and 25 rounds per Weapons f## 1 1 1
mountains of Kentucky are suddenly injured on the first play in the establish an N. Ri A. classi- man for each match. Match Medical 1 1
spattered with splashes of fourth quarter and will be out for fication for the riflemen Cecil.Cecil winner is total birds broken bya VA-44 2 0
., red orange and gold. This is the season while his Tiger shooters classified as five man team. Ties will Weapons # 2 0 2

Indian Summer\with its days that teammates dropped the game to follows: Diz ( Expert), Paine
are warm and pleasant and its Rice by two points. Baylor ( Sharpshooter ), Bigler (Sharp-
nights that are chilling and crisp. climbed the mountains but the shooter), Gallups ( Marksman),
Like Indian Summers most everywhere trip up must have tired them Hiekker ( Marksman), Shroyer '
-'thefarmersare for they were tripped upbyColorado. ( Marksman,) Bennett Marks-- ;
finishing the harvesting and pre- The Seminoles of Florida man), Kerns ( Marksman), Mills 0
paring for' the killing frosts of State went to Miami for a week- ( Marksman), Farley ( Marks- .
November. The smaller animals end vacation. When they returned man).

are also preparing themselves to the Capitol, one hurricane Here are the winners in match
for the days ahead when the food had been seeded and they f## land2:
I will be scarce. In the largerI' had won their first game of the #
cities high schools and collegesare season. More important, they Match 1.
; lending color and excitement seem to have found a quarterback Paine ( First Place)
| to the season with their football in Gary Pajeic. And then thereis Diz ( Second Place)
games and pep rallies. But Notre Dame. And Terry Han- BiRler J f Third Place) 7 }'

there Is another activity that is ratty, And Paul Seymour.One Match # 2 .". '
| not found in most oner states Diz ( First Place)
t 1 r yet Is still indicative of the of the chief safety feat- Bigler ( Second Place)

: season in Kentucky. ures of U. S. Savings Bonds Is Gallups ( Third Place)
; Behind every barn, in every that they may be redeemed only NAS Cecil 's Rifle Team is tw
I small school playground, and by their registered owners. preparing for a match at Camp
the of *.**** Blanding in October.
j ; even on steepest mountains
slopes boys in overalls are run- .

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into 511" guards that leave .
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kids into 6'3" forwardsthat
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often beat much bigger ,men kv* '** .fi 3.R x.,.o>;
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yelling "Hold that line"add!other ;%*>' KkiUv ,.

appropriate cheers, the small $ ?
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practice for the next year and [ I'y J-- r practice continues until the new :, ffif*.' yi.g.,.
season begins. No wonder they j;.W,, }kSf.Y
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wonder they can run full speedall f4++.};a ,ai *

night and still fast break in ; ;t.rt; ; > *$? ''>/>*
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Day is Thursday, October 27 and will be celebrated throughout the continental ture. The membership of the Navy League is comprised of citizens of the United( States
United States and.overseas from October 21 through 29. Navy Day is one day each year In every walk of life. Of the 40,000 volunteers,.25 per cent have not had any previous
when our citizens join hands across the nation to render grateful tribute to our mighty military service; 75 per cent of the membership have had previous military service -
Navy.October. 48 per cent Navy 17 per cent Army, 4 per cent Marine Corps, 4 per cent Air Force
27 was originally selected for the annual observance of Navy Day for two and 2 per cent Coast Guard.Only about 10 per cent are employed by defense: Industlres.
reasons: First it commemorates the historic day in the year 1775 when the Continental The members believe. the principle that our Navy/Marine Corpa Team composed
Congress' received a bill providing for the creation and establishment of a fleet to of a strong sea air power is one of the surest guarantees America can I have for
protect the lives and property of a young and struggling nation. That took place 191 its future security and peace of the world. Every civilian who Is a good American
years ago on the October 27. Secondly, this date also marks the birthday of President citizen, and every officer and enlisted man of the military service who I is not on active
Theodore Roosevelt who recognized the vital need for a strong Navy and gave his duty, may become a member.The .
hearty support to a program which resulted in a Navy respected be every nation on theme this year Is U. S. Navy -- MARK OF A MAN, in honor of the men and
earth. He is recognized as the father of our modern Navy. women who serve everywhere for us. TheNavy League's 297 Councils in the continental
The first national observance of Navy Day took place on October 27, 1922, under United States, Guam, Honolulu, Spain, England France, Panama, Puerto Rico, St.
the sponsorship and supervision of the Navy League of the United.States.Since that Thomas Alaska and, Mexico City will celebrate by having lunches, banquets,.public
". year the Navy League, as official sponsor of Navy Day celebrations has played a major meetings, church services, in addition to many other appropriate events in their local
part in keeping American citizens informed and aware of the vital need for a strong, communities. This year for the first time the Naval Reserve Association joins
well trained Navy one ready to meet any emergency at any time. the Navy League in sponsoring church services all over America on October 27th.
;. The Navy,League is'Americans',pioneer defense organization-' "The Civilian Arm of Additionally, other fraternal, civic:: and veterans organizations will Join in the week

.:. ', ; v the Navy." It was founded in;19Q2 by a group of,patriotic.Americans: ,andincorporated ......celebrations.. The .Navy.League Is proud''. to sponsor Navy Day,each year and es-
, ';'.'" in 1903. The NaVy"League is' nonk"politic4l'nonvpartl5aflrorf; "' "'dmrterdafainon ", .pedePy- irr19e6is: :lroking"forward'honoring the melt-1n'service. -The themeUS; 7.
sectional. The sole aim and purpose of the Navy League is to keep Americans NAVY -- MARK OF A MAN presents'the opportunity for every American' citizen 'to
informed concerning the Navy and Marine Corps by developing and maintaining nation do just that. For: the man In service is a'man, doing a man's Job for: u side interest and support in all matters as to their role in the national defense''struc1. and country. Be proud of him. ,

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continuing:"" ." .. Did You Make It?

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; 1966, Yorktown Avenue, from
Mustin Road. to Ajax Street, will
After a little bit''' of luck and C. T. Smith; AMS2 W. Strom;
be closed vehicular
due to major construction. The a great deal of confusion the ATN3 W. L. Sumner; SD3 M. D. A PREVIEW of some of the action to ho seen at the Navy Day
following streets will be con- advancements in rate are finallyin Tadeo; MA2 R.M. Underwood; Regatta, to be held on October 30, at the HJ5C Clubhouse,
vened ONE-WAY for NAS and other groups AE2 R. A. Vaughn; RM1 C. E. south end of Ranger Road, HAS Jox.
to to move
Watkins; ETN2 V. E. WhItten.
and squadrons.
traffic on and off the station
during rush hours A list of the persons who will
be making rate from the August NAS Jax Sailing Club
:'"' .' a. Incoming a.m. to 8:15 p.m.. exams Is being printed, along SD3 R. T. Arcusa; TD3 R.
:j",. East on Yorktown Avenue to with the rate to which they will Blomgren; ETN3 WJ. Buckley;
. McFarland Street, south on Mc- be advanced and the data advancement RM1 J.T. Crabb; ETN3 JJ. Gif- Hosts
Farland to Saratoga, thence east is effective. ford; ADR3 T.F. Hight; AG3 J. Navy Day RegattaThe
on Saratoga to destination.b. WAS K. Jennings; AMS3 P.R. Kelsey;

. ,, Outgoing3 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. SD3 R.M. Ocampo; DKl N.C. Navy Day Regatta will be held on October 30, 1966, at the
"i, I:, '. From work area to Saratoga OCTOBER Manabat; AK 3 C.M. OrmeMMCD.E. ; Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It will be hosted by the
'h (using any north-south street) Sill R. S. Areola: ADJ3 F. E. Potter; AZC R.A. Seblom; Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club.
west on Saratoga to McFarland, Baker; CS2 C.R. Bashaw; HM3R. AO3 J.R. Stelts; SK3 LJ.Trojan; The purpose of the regatta is to bring together the best of the
north on' McFarland to Yorktown Besancenez; DKlR.C.Branen; ATl J.C. Walker; ETR3 R.D. civilian and military sailing competition in the south-east. The
' ,and west off station. AO1 FJ. Caisse; SD2.J.L. Calle; Wright. regatta 'is open to all small boat classes.

L''' Motorists are requested to MM1 R.E. Causby; ADR3 R.R. DECEMBER The first of the three race series will begin at 1000 a.m. On
familiarize themselves with Clemons; let M.C.Dial; SD2 H. hand for the will be the Moon River Queen
sight -
" TM3 J.F. Carpenter;HM3L.A. seers a replica
these routes prior November 1 Domingo; AO1 G.L. Dyer; ETN2
Evarlsto Fassett; SD3 E. Gonzales; AMSI paddle wheel excursion boat. The Moon River' Queen will follow
SD3 N.C.
, E.K. Endee ;
y. AU other streets will remain ; E.L. Hall; ETl R.N. Launius the races around the course.
Gib- ;
Geer AK2 J.H.
-:: two-way. Including the opened ETR2 J.W. ; RM2 L.R. A03 A.W. Maxwell; AE3 J.A. After the first race and during the noon lunch break,'The Com-
CS2 I E.
portion of Yorktown Avenue. son; W.C. Harris; AMS1 Mollick; AK1 R.L. Niles AK2G. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville Band will be on hand to seranadethe
: Saratoga will revert to normal Haacke Howard; CS2 T.E.JeboAK3; J. Sammons;CYN3 H.L White. competitor and their families with a medley of Naval tunes.
'.; two-way traffic outside of the BJ. ; ; In addition, a guided tour of the Naval Air Station will be avail
;: designated rush hours listed a- J.N.DK2 W.H.Jenkins Kilpatrlck; HM3 M.M.; ETN2 Kaplan ON.; JANUARYAKC able. Following the break, the second and third races will be run.

r: rove. King;. SD3 P.B. Lapada; RM2 D.D. Clark; AXC J. L. Upon conclusion of the races, trophies will be presented to the
#, There will be an unavoidable D. Livingston; ADJ3 P.E. Mc- Dunning; AZ3 B.C. Jackson; SD3 high point scorers in each class. In addition special trophies will
r slow down of traffic. Therefore, Cully; SD2 G.Merced; MM2 N.W. D.T. Santos; AMS3 J.M.Starling; be presented to the military personnel who earned the most com-
all motorists are requested to Messick; AME2 G.T. Moore; SDl AMS3 W. Vanmeter; A03 I J. petition points.
I. leave home a few minutes earlierto S. Palomares: SHI J.R. Phillips; Wilkinson ADR3 D.Wolkersdorfer. Further details concerning the regatta are available from Com-
avoid rushing and to arriveat BT2 S.L Rhoads; HM2 D. L modore Louis A. Caron, 5134 Oakside Drive, Ortega Hill, Jack
work on time. Roger SD3 J.S. SIson, Jr.; ADJ2 Continued on Page 2 sonville, Florida, tel. 337 4978.

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of scale I J'S!
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reality and fantasy. The problem which arises is which of these 29-Dropsy conjunction
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two worlds really is reality? Saturday -'0900 Manuscript 30-Appellatlon of Compass point 62.Symbol for '
Most people today seem to be afraid to be "what they are". 'Naval Hospital: (abbr.) Athena 46-Hebrew letter48Junctures nickel
They are constantly playing a role and trying to be "what" ( they) 34-Source of water Soapstone Pronoun a ,
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are not." There is nothing really wrong with "putting on" to a 36.Actual
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certain extent, because all men do have an ego which they must CONFESSIONSSt.'Edward's I
satisfy if they are to be of any worth to themselves. The questionis 40-Sandbar
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to what extent may a person go trying to build up this ego? 11 8
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There are times when we all must pretend to be what we are Saturday mountain 15 16 17 18
not, if for no other reason than to save face or to be as everyone Sunday ---------0815 0845; 47-The sweetsop ,
else Is at a particular time. Man is, in essence, a social being, 1015 1045 49-Arrive 19 20 21 22 23

and being such, must conform to ,certain dictates of society, lest Hospital: Sunday --0615 50Expires52Golf 14 25 26 It COO 28
he be considered as "odd" or "weird." This cannot really be mounds m RS (
considered as pretending, but rather as giving in a little for the CATECHISM CLASSES 54-Greek letter 29 30 IQQ 3T 155Printer's RQQ 3T'
sake of others. This is not the kind of pretending that the authoris Chapel Annex Building 722: -00 '
measure 35 X'5 ( 36 37
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alluding to in his :
poem. 56-Church .>> .'YJ<
The poem warns the reader a higher kind of danger the dangerof DIVINE SERVICES dignitary 38 39 XXi"O : 41 42 43 44 -
pretending to the extent that fantasy becomes reality, and the 59-Note of scale
pretender begins to believe that he is trully what he pretends to PROTESTANTAll 61-One In last year 4S 46 47 48 49
in college E> <
be.There 63-Parent 50 51 I 52 53 @ 54
is another dictum which should be considered at this point: SUNDAY'S 65-Eats : : : m

"To thine own self be true". Each and every person should always 0800 - --Holy Communion 66-A continent 55 M 56 57 58 9 60
remember what he is. Although a person may pretend to be some 0930 & 1100Divine Worship (abbr.) <<-
thing he is not, the truth eventually becomes evident to others and 67.Greek letter 61 62 ;,;.," 63 IW

then embarrassment than if the had actedas SUNDAY SCHOOL .
occurs more so person DOWN '22S 65 >> 66 QS (> 07
he really was in the beginning.This 0930 -, = Chapel AnnexBuilding.722' :>ex> :>>
however, does not mean that a person should not striveto 1.Emmej, DUtr. by United Feature Syndicate. Inc. 7ftt

better himself, be it in education, manners. position, or any other '
There is between self betterment and WEDNESDAY'S
quality. a distinction pretending
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-- a distinction which is very clearly drawn. 1900 - -Choir Rehearsal

The person who strives for self: betterment is never afraid to THURSDAY

admit that he does not know something, and goes funher to obtain 2000 Christian Science Service .
the information so as to better' himself and gain the knowledgethat JANUARY
he is lacking. This person is never afraid to ask a questionbut SECOND MONDAY of Each Month HM3 A.W. Lake; *' '

more so, is alert to receive an answer so as not to have to 0930 Chapel Women's Guila'Small

ask the same question twice. Thus, rather than having to pretendto ( Chapel) Continued From Page J FEBRUARY '
know something he really doen know it when he needs to use it. HM3 R.L. Chilvere; HM3 B.U..
Titus the, final: line of the poem presents its true meaning: we U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALS FEBRUARY Cullity; HM3 MJ. Johnson.: .

become what' we were not .,-'OJ; 'not.. through pretense* but through Sunday's -, 1000 A03 E.E. Fain;,AE3 P.H. For- "f .
K oj"Ilt( MARCH
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self betterment
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-uiChaplains CECIL FIELD'PROTESTANT' I D.W. Pearson;AKl H.E. Privette; HM2 D.D. Hardin; DT3 Catherine .

AMS3 W.F. Rozier; ETR3 MJ. Morris. '
/ Message Today- Seller.

Choir Practice at 7 p. m. MARCH FAW ELEVEN
Sunday- ATN3 R.D. Brown; AK3 V.S.
School 9:30 Hancock ETN2 R. J. Kasow OCTOBER ; '
Sunday at ,
all read in the secular and religious press numerous p.
We have ATN3 P. '
Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Mayercak: AE2 J. M.McClaine AK2 R.D. Mathews
comments on two decisions of the Supreme Court of our land Communion on the first Sundayof ; PN2 J. J. McGrath
relating to separation of church and state. The first barred "the the month. MA3 W.B. Ramsey; ETN3 G.W. NOVEMBER

use of a prepared or prescribed prayer in public schools of New Snow; ABH3 J. Sotherland; EMI
York." The second banned the use of the Bible and the Lord's CATHOLICDaily G.A. Kuehn; RMC C.O. Fleming

Prayer" in the public schools. PATRON SIXTEEN f''' ,
Hard on the heels of the publication of these decisions we read 11:20 a. m. Mass DECEMBER *
in the news the threat of a Los Angeles school teacher to initiate OCTOBER .. ; > ,;.
Sunday- ,
suit: In the courts to delete the phrase "under God" from the AX3 Noder YN3 ';$ W"
a : 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions J.F. ; G.E. YN2 P.N'Tr; han
pledge of allegiance to our flag. I am not writing, at this point, heard before each Mass. Troglen; PNSN DJ. Tilley; A03 ,
an opinion on the "rightness" or the "wrongness" of the above B.A. Inglis. ., ,. '.' ,'' w '
mentioned decisions and threat. These trends in our national
and community life should move us all to do some real thinking Traffic HOSPITAL '

and praying concerning the outcome of these actions and also Violations, OCTOBERHM3

concerning the basic underlying reasons for these trends in our R. N. Adams; HM3 J.B. '

society.We The following is a' report of Chase; HM3 J.R. Davis; HM3
are disturbed. We wonder what affect the above decisionswill motor vehicle accidents and traffic L.C. Gill; HM2 Robert Zucker. \
ultimately have upon- the faith of our nations youth. I do not violations for the period Oct. NOVEMBER

think any of us can predict the outcome 'with any degree of ac. 18 Oct. 24.Number .
HMl J.D. Gardiner HM3
curacy. TIle result could be to ,accelerate the movement towarda of Accidents C.L. (
Latlmer SK3 Ronald
"godless society". Yet, It could, on the other hand, resultin This Week - -3 HM2 D.L.; Underwood. Shemet;
throwing the total religious training of our youth with such Total Accidents this year through J
force into the home and church that parents might be moved off Oct..24---------- 282 DECEMBERHM3 /
"dead center" and rise to new heights in fulfilling their respon- Number of Accidents through Oct.
sibility, "under God", to their children.I 1965 - - 201 R.W. Harman; HM3 J.A.
am, at this point, rather concerned with a trend that is already Total number of days since last Jennings; HM3 L.T. Parkerson;
here. I am concerned with a situation that parents can take injury in a motor vehicle accident HM3 B.W. Ruban.

hold of now If they will. We may be disturbed with the effort - - - -11 "-
to delete the phrase, "under God", from our pledge of allegiance This Week - - -51 DID YOU MAKE IT?

to the flag. Will it contribute to the rearing of a "godless" generation Speeding - - -17
in the future? But are we aware that carelessness on the Reckless Driving ------3.
part of parents, in the home, toward regular worship, family Going through Stop Signs --6
Jevotion, Bible reading, prayer, participation in the work of Other violations25 AIR NEWS
Christ's church a halfhearted interest in the Sunday School, Twenty Five drivers appeared -
Vacation Church school, etc. may more effectively contribute before the Traffic Hearing

toward "godlessness" in your children than if you had really Board at the meeting held on Oct. The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper -

tried to teach them there is no God. 25. Disposition of the cases In* distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
For parents and other adults to do nothing about worship in eluded the following: Seven lost
some tangible form, to hold one's relationship to God in a vacuum driving and parking privileges Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
to hold faith in God in a form anything less than dynamicis aboard station for various Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in

to implant unbelief in the minds of children. Such action ultimately periods; Three were assignedto the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

declares that God has been dethroned for you and that complete an eight-hour coursein Affairs/ Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by J 12:00 noon

you are suggesting the same for them. Such phrases as, "I received remedial driving at NATTC. ; on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed/
so much religion when I was a child that I cannot take It None were assigned to completea from all sourcesTelephone EV 9-77M, Ext. 8162.
in adult life", or "I'm not going to choke religion down my child- six hour course in remedial
ren's throat; they can decide when they get; old enough to make their driving at Jax Police Academy; Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and

own decision" Is to proclaim one has no faith to share. None received suspensions; One queries concerning such should be directed to:

Every child says, by his presence in our homes, "Take me, don't was given a warning: Eleven The Holt Publishing Company, 7950 Blanding Blvd.
send me to find God in church and Sunday School. Lead me, show dismissed; Six fined ( U. S. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 Telephone 387 4451
me the way to life in God". This is the challenge of parenthood Commisioner); and Five refer-

"under God". red to commanding officers for VOL 24 NO. 3J
Give this some serious thought and prayer. We invite you' to possible disciplinary action. OCTOBER 27, J966w.o

offer yourself in service to God through the local chapel.program.. Thirty three traffic violation
Contact the Chaplain's Office. points were assessed.

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'SHAPING UP..That's what this group of Navy wives has .

in mind'with their/ / regular workouts the/ station, gym. 8...Arkansas at !eCJt A d M Ark Ark Ark Ark Ark Arlc.

Navy wives here is a good opportunity of exercises done until they catch 9., Kansas, at Kansas St. Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas
to combat those few extra up to the 'rest of the group.
pounds and inches that seem Athletically active (she roller- 10 Penn State at Harvard Harvard Harvard Penn St Harvard Harvard Harvard
inevitable with modern living. skates on Mondays teaches ten-

Mrs. Rosemary Robinson and nis Wednesdays, and plays
golf on Fridays), Mrs. Robinson'said .
Tom McGrlff have set up-a physical Q '
fitness program for ;all interested she would like to see the 'v. '-a. .
Navy wives. The program program expanded in the near \ .;;:.X. '
in future into a full recreational : .. 4621 one
Septemberand '
currently has early about 30 par- program fa which volleyball tennis ..1 Son Juan SKrii i BOATS : 384-12386
ticipants; however there is room squash, and other sports t .rd ::" AvenueSouthern ll ir*i NI:tMWH' FORrASTTAKIOOT
for many more. will be taught to the wives.If ." filed 'I )tt H '
Deliciout, Marinated
you want to see what regular CHICKEN Diftinctivfly
Mrs. Robinson leads the exer- xercise can do for you stop by Through Our Secret s.,Process,.* ,
cise period for approximatelyone Cecil Field's gym on Tuesday or / Row Boot, 16 Pet. 45 3.50
hour each Tuesday and Thursday between 9 and 10 a.m. Yacht, 20 Pct 6-7 $4.40 ,
Thursday. She said that new- and meet Mrs. Robinson who, Cruiser, 24 PCS. 7-10 $5,25
comers are started off slowly incidentally, is the mother of Open Doily & Sun, 10 A.M.-10 P.M.Bob's .
and steadily increase the number three girls. .

VA.106BackAfCecllFleld t $ Oak Hill

Attack Squadron One HundredSix Lt. R.A.Penningtonwasaward-
this week returned to NAS ed Distinguished Flying Cross
Cecil Field after an eight-month for his role in the destructionof r ,w Pure Service CenterOpen
Mediterranean deployment on a surface-to-air missile site

board the USS Saratoga(CVA-60)). southeast of Hanoi. Lt. E.L. .. for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
Returning with the squadron as DeSha was awarded theNavyUnit ,;) '
commanding officer is Commander. Commendation Ribbon as well .
S.R. Foley Jr. as the Navy Commendation Medal HAPPY HALLOWEEN. rid smicHMick-ip i dtHvtry
Formerly Executive Officer of Lt. (J8J.B.. Mattingly was '
This wistful., witch would register .
VA-106, Foley became Comman- presented, the, Navy.Commendation on anybody's radar ,tc..k .daty..Aisarku. ft F.r.I"CBs :

ding Officer of the squadron In Medal and a Gold Star,. screen, However u"to 'cIr.'cumstances' 103rd & James Rd.
ceremonies held June 24, while .while Lt. (j.g.) R.L. Mattingly : 771-9156 Jacksonville. Fla.- !
the Saratoga was anchored in received a Gold Star in lieu of beyond our con
the harbor at Naples, Italy. He his second Navy Commendation trol, she must remain a UFO:'.
relieved Cdr. James H. Scott Medal. Unidentified- Female. for Octo
as head Gladiator. Coming a- ber.
board In Naples.as the new Exe- z7e&, C/ .
cutive Officer was Cdr. SamuelE.
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NATTC : Wurrkan*

Behind The SceneBy iiicR Hunters'

Idell FondingslanJDo Score 225 Hours

you have a question on religion or a point of view that you
would like to discuss? If you do, be sure to attend the next "Chap The "Hurricane Hunters" of
lain's Hour" at the NATTC Chaplain's Office. VW-4 were the topicof conversa
Chaplain R.L. Richter. NATTC's Chaplain has, in the past few tion when LCDR Norman Lewis
months, been conducting informal discussions on many varied and Lt. Raymond Hennesseywereon
religious topics. In the past, the meetings have consisted mainlyof hand for a speaking engagement
religious instruction. with the Arlington Kiwanis.
dub, October 18.
Beginning November 1, Chaplain 634A was the AO"A" Schools LCDR Lewis 'a patrol plane i
Richter is going into a new honor class., This is the third commander and Lt. Hennessey,a '
phase of the meetings which will award for class 634A.Congratulations flight meteorologist, addressedthe
allow those who attendttodiscuss on a job well club's 30 attending memberson
any questions or doubts they may done I the squadron and its role in ,
have about any religious subject.In **...... hurricane and year-round wea-
order to bring into the open A letter of commendation was ther reconnaissance.
these questions each attendant awarded to AE2 O.S. Parker Hurricane Inez, one of the most
will be asked to fill out a "re for his competent leadership destructive storms in history,
ligious attitudes inventory" which led class 622 to win the MAYOR LOUIS, H. RITTER signs the proclamation honoringthe was the prime target for ques-
sheet. It is not a test because honor class competition at AEA Naval Air Reserve during Its 50th Anniversary as (from, tions.It .
there are no right or wrong an- School three consecutive times leftLCDR) C. P. Cov/ness, CDR J. L. Briggs, and ADRC W. was stated at the meeting,
swers but it will reveal person's from July 4}1966 to August 74 966. 0. Park look on.NARTU. that Hurricane Hunters tallied
attitude on certain topics. From 'The commendation stated that over 225 airborne hours in 26
these inventory sheets Chaplain Petty Officer Parker's conscien- reconnaissance flights into the
Richter will draw.his discussion tious and diligent performanceof News & Views. storm. They tracked Inez from
topics. the Southern Caribbean across
duty as class leader was instrumental -
The next meeting will be held in instilling a coop- Jacksonville's Mayor Louis H. Ritter signed a proclamation the Gulf to Mexico, in providingthe
in the NATTC Chaplain's Officein erative attitude and competitive Monday honoring the Naval Air Reserve during its 50th Anni- U.S. Weather Bureau with .
Building 563 at 7:00. All invaluable forecast data.
spirit which enabled class 622 versary.
interested personnel are strongly to achieve this distinction." The proclamation designated October 27, 1966 "Navy Day"is The Hurricane Hunters are .. -
urged to attend. under the command{ of ',
Naval Air Reserve Day in Jacksonville. currently : 1
Witnessing the signing were three local Naval Air Reservistswho Cdr. R.V. Himelick and are : .
AA D. Liberman of class 621 Buy attend weekend drills with NARTU Jax. operating out of the Naval Air
was the AE"A"* honorman for CDR. J.L. Briggs an attorney, LCDR. C.P. Gaviness a construc- Station Jax.
the week of October 17 through tion executive and ADRC W.O. Park a printer, represented the A permanent detachment of
21. The honor class for that proclamation signing ceremonies the squadron is maintained at
week was AE"A" class 639. Bonds at the mayor's office.. row seats for the Florida-Auburn the Naval' station, Roosevelt
AA D.A. Beisner of class 626B .*...... game as well as the Friday night"Gator's Roads Puerto Rico.
was the AO"A"honorman. Class Growl" activities.
Seven representatives of the
University of Florida visited NAS Two pretty finalists in the
Jax Sunday invite four Marines, university's Sweetheart contest, I I .
wounded in Vietnam, to be guests officially extended the Invitationof .
BIG CHIEF the unhersity during the homecoming to the wounded veterans.

festivities at the GalnesThe seven university representatives ,
TIRE CO. ville campus this weekend. then toured NAS Jax
The Marines will have front as guests of NARTU. PATRON 76 Wives/ :

The Enlisted Wives Group of
cttR1S TMAS'f.tt Patrol Squadron 16, held a coffee
Frits Q October 12, at the Blue Jackets
PerronCPO J- Inn -

.. The guest speaker for the coffee -
, 50,000 was Chief R. Selby, of the
I Owner Career Appraisal Team. He
I spoke on personal affairs and
Mtrdimts Gr... 'Stamps benefits of dependents. "
Harold Parman Mayport Hostessing the coffee, were
Walter Nolan Roosevelt Mrs. Gerald Bennett, Mrs.

Lou Weber Normandy with th purchase of a MW or vstd Vogel.Thomas J. Bennett. and. trs.Otto

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The HARTU Officer's 'Wivesmet
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} October 19, with Mrs. L.E.Lovette ,
and Mrs. G.F. Harty as.
MOBILE HOMES IN An informal Pot Luck Dinneris

TACHOMETERS FLOOR SHIFTS planned for November 7, at
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Merit Promotion Can AwardsCareer

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Advance An Service Awards were
Employee presented to 36 Civil Service
employees by Cmdr. D.C. Tay-
lor, Executive.Officer, In cere-
When Vacancies Occur monies held aboard NAS Cecil t, ui

Field last Thursday.
Federal Service Awards are :
The following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted presented to employees completing -
in accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: 20 and 30 years of Federal

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT Service, provided at least five
years'of such service is in a i
FARRAR, Mary H. TO: Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS-4 civilian'capacity.. Receiving _
DRAWDY, Amelia S. TO: Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS-4: these Federal Service emblemsfor
\. RICHARTZ, Robert L. TO:Numerically Controlled Mach.Tool Mech. 20 years service were: L.. :
.KACSMARIK,John P. TO: Numerically Controlled Mach.Tool Mech. Alvarez, L.H. Garvey, and Mrs. ; LN
PADGETT, Carroll F. TO: Asst.Production Controlman (Rotor Clyde M. Van Dyke from supply;
Blade Mechanic (Metal) E. Hicks, J.L. Holder, G.H. Mc-
ADDINGTON Forrest E. TO; A/C Quality Control Specialist, GS-9 Neill, R.Sikes, and M.R. Swllley
LUVISI, Daniel Jr. TO: A/C Quality Control Specialist, GS-9 .from Public Works. A Federal
LANGFORD, Thomas R. TO: Aircraft Metalsmith Service Emblem: for. 30 years
WOLF, Kingston G.. TO: Supervisory Inspector (Metals) A ? ", service: was presented to G.B.
BOTHOFF. Irving W. TO: A/C Ordnance Worker r -' Jones, Supply.
HOLMES,John D. TO: Welder
HILTON, John D. Leadingman: Airframes.Mechanic The Cecil Field Civil ServiceEmployees'
COAKLEY, Raymond R. TO: Electroplater Association spon- of aids eedea1 0,.
sors local awards for consecu- A WIDE/ VARIETY training were n as.Lloyd
.. HRAPSKY, Frank TO: Asst Production Controlman (tAlc Ground
Cecil Field. Gilbert recent series lectures Corrosion/ Control.
Equipment Mechanic) tive years service at gave a on

,, MCCONNAHA, R.C. TO: Asst Production Controlman (A/F Mech) Silver belt buckles representing
HALOOSTOCK, Michael TO:Asst Production Controlman(A/F Mech) 15 consecutive years service at Award Corrosion Control
Cecil Field were presented to: Winding
MUNDT John W. TO: Production Controller (A/F Mechanic)
HOPE, William E. TO: Production Controller (A/F Mechanic) J.D. Bell, 'J. L. Holder, G.Hfi,
BACK, Leo F. TO: Production Controller (Electronics Mech) McNeill, A.P.of Public Vaughan Works, and, and N. Lectures Givin Here Last Week
HILL, Charles B. TO: Asst Production Controlman (A/F Mechanic) Williams
HOMER, Albert Jr. TO: Machinist to A.D. Kennedy, Security.
Special Cecil Field emblems NAS Jacksonville was host for and equipment. Samples of actual -
'" ,. KEY, John L. TO: Machinist .>, t .
representing five years of con- an intensive training course on military equipment damagedby
JONES, Thomas W. TO: Machinist /:- .
,, '" .. ,' ti. ;:" .. secutive service at Cecil Field Corrosion Control conducted corrosion were displayed and
SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. : .'/f: .. went to G.B. Bishop, J.F. Cox, during the week of October 17- _used in the study of the.various
r- EJ. Johnson, and Mrs. Myrtle 21, 1966 by Mr. Lloyd O. Gilbert types of corrosion and the recommended
MURDOCK, George E. Jr. TO: Property Disposal OffiCe'rIO: Mitchell of Public Works; O.C. Army Corrosion Consultant of methods for control.
I PULLUM, Elbert S. TO: Head Stockman Geiger, Comptroller;J.P.Jones, Rock island arsenal,Rock Island, The 40 hour course was con-
WILSON, Robert T. TO: Leadingman, Stockman Miss Carolyn Keen, Mrs. Alice Illinois. the course was attendedby ducted in the Aircraft. Maintenance -
Moore, Mrs Mary Lou Mulder, 42 military and civilian per- Conference Room of
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT : ? .. Mrs. Louise Sorenson, and Mrs. sonnel fromO&R.COMFAIRJAX, Building' 200.,' 'The Commanding
,. Clyde M. Van dyke of Supply; and other government activitiesin Officer of the Naval air Station
SISTRUNK, Broward H. TO: Linoleum Layer ::; : and L.,H. Peeler Security. the Southeast. There was introduced the course and the
BRANNEN, Roy K. TO: Planner & Estimator(Public Works Structs) Receiving Cecil Field emblems 'also representatives from pri- instructor with words of welcome
ADDISON, Sara G. TO: Telephone. Operators GS-4 for ten years consecutive seryice industrlal.firms. ''for 'the 'visitors' to NAS, JacksoyyI11clie -
:'' 'i ( MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE OFFICE l .lions?'Mrs. Mary F. Hall, Data This training course, developed ': t the'course" the group Would hive
Processing; A.R. Touchton, Security by Mr. Gilbert, is conducted the PIX>nunity to'work toward
ACREE, Cecil W. jr. TO: Management Analyst, GS-11 ..' ; H. H. Shinton, R.W,F. at government installations in solving some material and equip
DERRICK, George L. TO: Management Analyst, GS-11 Young, and Mrs. Edith Wilcox the country. The course has resulted ment problems common to all
MURPHY, Linda C. TO: Secretary (Stenography), GS-5 of Public Works.In in his receiving the Army the services.At .
addition to the Career Service Research and Development A- the end of the course,CAPT
SECURITY .," Awards presented at the ward. Washington, O&R Department
HYSMITH, Louis F. TO: Office Services Supervisor, GS6w i ceremony, a Beneficial Suggestion The training course's purposeis expressed 'thanks'to the' instructor -
Plaque was awarded to the to help participants improve Mr. Gilbert, and"the'course
ADMINISTRATION Electrical Trades Branch, Pub- methods and practices of corro- administrator, Mr. W. W..
WILLIAMS, Harry W. TO: Stockman lic Works. Mr. W.L. Laney, sion control in the design, production Schroeder, for their interestingand
Supervisor of Electrical Trades quality assurance and informative presentation,
.... DATA PROCESSING v- .. Branch, accepted the plaque in depot maintenance of materials ',this course at Jacksonville.
'w behalf of employees of his unit.
PALMER, Margie A.' TO: Digital Computer Systems.scheduler'" GS-5 This plaque is awarded to the
COHOON, John F. TO: Computer Specialist, GS-12 unit having the best participation -
DAVIS. Veronica TO: Digital Computer Systems; Scheduler. \ GS-5 and ,adoption rate in the I !4'W I @nlID$1 1 !
Beneficial Program
COMMISSARY STORE ,, .;//. for: a six-month Suggestion period.

PITTS Rem M. TO: Head, Meat Cutter \1".,< .
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ANDERSON, Mary L. TO: Accounting Technician. GS-4 ,. "- :-.;:;,. .
COMFAIRJAX/ ," i : ,. : /V' ; .
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DIXON, Anne B. TO: Secretary (Typing) GS-5 w' .'. ,. ,0' 'I, .\'F'" 3 i
NAVY FINANCE OFFICE ..,.);t ..." "...,/> .-,
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SOPHISTICATED new electronic equipment such as this weather sattellte BOTH MILITARY and civilian personnel make up the staff of FLEWEAFAC OPERATING ONE of the flew computer operated plotters we see AGAN D. A. COMMUNICATIONS ARE VITAL to any military operation and FLEWEAFAC
readout machine operated by AG2 T.. D. Bevans, gives a birds eye view of Shown here are Mr. A. H. Myers a forecaster analyzer, and LTJG F. K. Mar. Cookes. This machine Is driven by a master computer In Sultland/ Maryland.WEATHERVISION is no exception. In this photo the radiotelephone? fransc/evcr/ /Is manned by
weather conditions over the entire surface of the earth. tin. RM r R. T. Padilla In the communications room.

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iiS IS S IN 1960, INCREASING FLEET OPERATIONS in the Jacksonvillearea
led to a recommendation by BuWeps for the establishment
of a Fleet Weather Facility at Jax. The recommendation' delayed
able do much about it. At least one is trying to
one is to some
do something about some of the problems associated. d with the wea : ______ by the CNO in view of the fact that such.a facility existed in
ther. No, we can't' promise youabright sunny day for your squadron 4 -- -' Miami.the Joint This Hurricane center was Center.considered When the adequate hurricane due to center its$ proximityto becamea
picnic, but we can give you a pretty good guess what tomorrow
function of the U. S. Weather Bureau, the of main-
will be like. As any pilot will tell you, up to the minute data on necessity
taming a Fleet Weather Facility in the Miami diminishedand
weather conditions Is essential to a safe comfortable flight. With R RF area
the Navy Inspector General recommended to the CNO that the
the use of such modern devices as weather sattelites and huge
FLEWEAFAC be ,moved to Jacksonville. Due to the complexityof
computers the Fleet Weather Facility (FLEWEAFAC) here at :
the the
move relocation was not actually until
NAS Jax goes about the business of predicting and reporting changes accomplished
In the weather over, the entire Jax Navy\ Complex. Although'their December, 1964. Since that.. time FLEWEAFAC, has worked in
,, { close cooperation with the "."Hurricane Hunters"' of ,VW4 ;and the
predictions 1 aren't' always lOOfo/ correct, they are ,more accurate, ....*
.. than ever before,' and:!,'their '!reports on existing, Weather(h conditions: ;:operations: "In,depanrneht Lfr. ,the, \various, 'st4zlons.:,of, tlie ..Jax Navy', :
S Complex.) addition, the enur eastern coast is advised d and serv-
. are almost unbelievably accurate, This is a lot better'than the semi- '
educated guesswork of yesterday. ed by timely hurricane and weather information\) from Jax.A .

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f 7 PLOTTING THE CO ORDINATES of a storm on a photo from v- TENDING THE MANY. thousands of televised messages that won't' give you gas pains?

,' '... It a nimbus sattelite Is AN M.. G. Tekonohuk/, who has recently _. flow Into FLEWEAFAC Is the duty o/.AN/. D. C. .Hlgglnbotham We have a lot of them.
,left the for, the S
facility duty on Saratoga. seen here at one of the work tables.
station WNIP' i* a closed/ / circuit television They're' called Volkswagens. And we guarantee
\ which relays pictorial information' ; to the entire Jax them all 100% for the repair or replacement of f all ma
\d : Join the Dodge system It Is shown here being. monltered by AGCM Bob for parts for 30 d days or 1000 miles. Why no gas,
II 7 \ Navy Complex 7839 pains., They still get that legendary 'VW economy.
:. Nicholas.THE Just like the new ones /* I
: liff, fikl# : Rebellion with MISSION OF FLEWEA- The administration of 17 Naval NORMANDYBLVD. *ENGINE *TRANSMISSION' REAR AXLE .
:f/JjfJII/kffij./! #,!!!/! FAC IS A COMPLEX ONE The Weather Service Environmental FRONT AXLE ASSEMBLIES! *BRAKE,SYSTEM
1. staff of meteorologists work ina Detachments throughout the Sixth ELECTRICAL SYSTEM '

lillit.RA' Y E. FOWLER close cooperation)() with theNat- .and Eighth Naval Districts fallsto I 66 VW SEDANS & SUN ROOFS. .. .57595$
/ tonal Hurricane Center Miami, the J Jar facility..
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.::;pH:::!!::;!:.!!!!::!::::!!: U.S.N. (RET.)_ and other facilities, to provide An additional task is the administration ; '65 VW SEDANS & SUN ROOFS.. .. .17395$
timely and accurate warnings of 1", I and execution of the Welcomes Back I 65 5 KARMANH GHIA COUPE A/C./ ., .".57795
NEW AND '9'1',: New cars and Trucks at 5% above cost hurricane activities. This in-, Meteorological Equipment Improvement / 64 'VW SEDAN. .,* . . .$$1195
',," CARS thru. your Credit Union formation is utilized.by the operating I Program forBuWeps. the Saratoga Crewtf tf tfandAlrGroup 64 'VW CONVERTIBLE '. . . .$.5125063VWSEDAN..5
: USED DODGE forces of 'the Atlantic With the addition of the latestin t $995$
No argument about it. The best AND TRUCKS 4744'Phillip Highway_ 398 -1181 Fleet and by activities in coastal \ electronic weather equipment 62 KARMANN GHIA COUPE. i''. ../.$$1095'6J S
ps from Brownsville,Tex- such weather sattellte read '
waters I as a ,
( KARMANN GHIA COUPE. ". V,: :i->;.5895
as'', to Cape Romaine. S. C. : out station and two computer '
place, to get an auto loan ;is <"> """' )!>
FLEWEAFAC. Jax, furnishes driven plotter analyses the facility r ,
meteorological and related i is able to do much needed S '
services a
THERE IS A to the S Sixth Naval District. job. DOMESTICS /: 5; :.

;I 64 OLDS. 98 4DR . . ', .V.5 ..$.57895
1 B2LRTETTC'(4tNATIONAL } inlet 64 MALIBU 2DR HIT./ ., .. ;r. $1595$ .
] ( HONDAMOTORCYCLES H 0 D A S I 63 BUICK ,ELECTRA225 4DR. .. ;-./;.';' $1695$
BANK OF JCACKBONVZULEMCMKM Mti.a. H HOPEN Hard/top/ Fully Equipped. : )

63 VALIANT 4DR. '. . . ;'".'$895$
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STORE w. Give Merchant Green Stamp I 59 FORD CONVERTIBLE. . .. $$650
US NAS FACILITY OFFICE Open Daily 8 a.m.p.m.? _. S 'S

j Acress FroM A Afahbtrittei. lids-.. HAS NEAR YOU Sat. 8 am.6 p.m. FREE CAR WASHWITH WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN '

i Buklii, Heirs: Closed Sundays BoatsMotors- 15 GALS. OR? MORE STANDARD OIL/


Friday: 9:30: AM til 4:30: PMPhi. CHECK OUR S Sales &Service $ .NOW ONLY 5ij( $ ,

,. ExtuslMS $272 er $273 LUNCHEON SPECIALS 4949 Blinding I 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781-5511
Located In Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center
Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Closed 5u"daysr

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,,, 1 :ra' for about 65 appointments to
n second lieutenant, in the MOS's ri

yet to be named. tt
r The procedure, according to
r V6 V6n the Item, will be repeated each r _#__ ::1M
> year, with about the same enlisted ;\
input but with the warrant '.
officer Input cut to about 70 a

S1t year. t il ilI ,, :
All the will ) *
appointments :
,,, I
I k be "temporary", however, all :
y,, .a 4 4a appointments will be of Indefinite '
w1 It duration and are designed to ::1 j ; '
a military career throughto
MORE STRIPES U. Col. J. W. Sullivan (left) presents promotion retirement in officer grades. MARINE/ BARRACKS Executive Officer, Capt. Joseph M. Dwyer -
/ warrants for their present ranks fo (left to right) MSgf. The recently selected second has the insignia of his new rank pinned on by Mrs. DianeD.

R. 5. Griffin/ / Jr., MSgf. E. L. Shelkofsky, GySgt. T. L, Heard, lieutenants 'are expected to apply Bride and his CO, Major/ R. L. Hyland. A Bachelor, (Copf.
GySgt. J. H. Bollard and GySgf. E. M. Alexander, Jr. for this more durable LDO Dwyer asked for Mrs. Bride's assistance following her hus-

program.Generally. band's recent promotion here. She Is the. wife of 'Capt. Roger
those enlisted men Guard Officer.
Bride, Barracks
selected under the LDO programwill

not, go above captain, how-
ever, the warrant officers may go All requests will still be considered -
as high as lieutenant colonel, on a case by case
Joel Ferguson which is the limit for LDO's, the basis with certain Individuals Photo Contest
EXT. 400 report explained. released for humanitarian rea-

The senior warrants (14 yearsor sons.
The Marine Corps has reopened for the duty. over) will get a chance in the AMHOVMCtdPhotographers
the Limited Duty Officer In the first annual increment first year on a one shot basis. CORPS NEWS PAPERS
(LDO) for 35 military of the new temporary LDO pro- After that the program will limitit
program the
Marines by throughout
occupational specialties, it was gram, warrant officers with more to warrants with from 10 to are competitive
nature and Marine base news- world are invited to submit photo-
14 service.
announced this week. than ten years service will com- years
The according to the papers are no exception to the graphs to the U.S. Naval Institute's -
In a Navy Times ,report, it pete for about 150 pairs of first move, Photo Contest.
said that "seasoned Marine Warrant lieutenant bars, the report said. report, will allow the corps to rule.
Officer and enlisted men," Staff NCO's with from 15 to 23 pick up some valuable technical After the Pendleton SCOUT, The contest is now open and
be years service will be shooting specialists in the program,some Marine Corps Base, Camp will remain open through December -
would soon invited to apply
of whom were too old for second Pendleton, Calif., captured first 31, 1966. A prize of $100.00
lieutenant. place In the 1965 Silver Anchor will be awarded to each of ten
Awards Program,two more Marine winners in the contest and each
DA NANG PIER papers claimed the runner up winning photograph will be pub-
spots -- TORII TELLER,Marine lished In a special pictorial sec-
Three deep draft piers that will Corps Air Station, IwakuniJapan tion of the March 1967 Naval
double the present off-lead capa- and the BOOT,Parris Island,S.C. Institute PROCEEDINGS maga
bility of military supplies at Da The Silver Anchor Awards zine.The
Nang have been dedicated coin- Program was created and is contest is open to all
ciding with the first anniversaryof sponsored by the Armed Forces interested photographers, ama-
the ,Naval Support Activity, ,Writers, League. The League Is teur or professional, military or
Da' Nang, which operates ''tthe an incorporated, non-profit organization civilian. Any photograph per-
piers.In created to assist writers taining to, naval or maritime
officially naming the pier and artists In the military. subjects may be ,entered pro-
complex, "Thong Nhat (Allied) When selecting the outstanding vided it was taken in 1965 or
piers", the mayor of Da Nang, service papers, the League con- 1966. As many photographs. as
Mr. Le Chi Cog predicted that siders the story content,lay-out, desired may ,be entered; they
they will remind the people of quality of photographs and art, may be either black-and-white
Da Nang for years to come of and the overall editorial styleof prints or color transparenciesthe
the common goals of the Viet- the paper. In addition to award- minimum size for printsIs
namese and American peoples.U.S. Ing prizes and certificates to the 5" x 7", the minimum trans-
Navy officials said six top papers, the League also gives parency size\ Is 35mm The
large ships can be accomodatedat awards to individual military contestant's name and address
one time and estimated 5,400 writers in various categories. should be printed or typed en
short tons off-loaded every four a separate sheet of paper, and
", hours. attached to the back of each

print, or printed on the trans-
parency mount.Photographs.

Marine Corps has decidedto not awarded a
defer resignation and retire- prize may be purchased by the

One company alone-HFC ment requests of selected regular Naval Institute, payment being
made the normal
at rates;photographs -
; officers for up to a year, to meet
of the not purchased will be
l; serves more than 150,000 largest current strength requirements buildup since returned after the judging.
Entries should be mailed
World War II.
decision / ? the Photo Contest Editor, U.S.
The Marine Corps was
servicemen each
year announced by Department of De- Naval Institute,Annapolis,Maryland -
fense. Only regular officers below -
colonel will be affected. A-
One company alone-HFC-offers mong those identified for reten- wg The United States Armed For-
88 years of service to you. One tion are ordnance, engineer, n ces Institute (USAFI) has an-
company alone-HFC-is the oldest motor transport and aviation of- 1 WAS SHOWING HOW I nounced the availability of a

and most trusted company of its kind. .' ficers.Estimates arethattheprovramcould SHOT DOWN A MI6/* revised course In Gregg Short
hand. The course, titled Gregg
One company alone-HFC- affect around 500 of the Shorthand I ( D 333)), consistsof
recommends "Never Borrow Money 21,500 officers on active duty.. lessons..

Needlessly." But if a loan is the

sensible answer to your situation, I The

remember you borrow confidently rat : Orange Park
HFC-Household Finance. VISIT
PresbyterianChurch l

Borrow to $600 "
.. ., up
"": Take up to 24 monthsto"repay''tea; .

'-. CLAUDE NOLAN 242 McIntosh Ave.OriBge .

HOUSEHOLDINANCEitI1 \' .p, : ./.\},:' \ Park, Fleridi

,' CA.DJL Apo, ,: 'PON'F'IAr.f;' :' Minister

,,:.-;-,,i+M} ifJ. 'AT"oR'A"NOE .
Rev.Edwin F., Mongomeiy, Jr.
P C Ot tsOKb --'- ';OPN MO f IHMSAt: UklTlf 8 PM

25 West Forsyth St.' Phone: 355-9683
'Cedar Hills Shopping Center PHONE EL '3-3922 8:30a.m. Worship

:'3734 Standing Blvd._-SPrlng 1-4581 i 9:45a.m. Sunday School

11:00 a.m.. Worship
: 3050. Bench Blvd.-Phone: 398-454
...... 6:00p.m. Youth Fellowship
;: "; 'Ask stout*ur.. ,hun
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., MOVIESMovies Club Schedules ,

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at the NAS Sax'ineatre ;.. NASJAX"O'CLUB" Tuesday THE CHANTELS will IP': Ad

will be shown regularly at 6 and Friday enjoymusic be present.11:00 Wednesday from :.............. : ...... ..SVS.c; '.I;,..,.]
8:00 till
will be
8:15 p.m., Monday through by THE PAGE FIVE. Saturday Happy Hour. ij*.mmm: }\ m+vir:44'h44M\:44.4:1: 1: :: : :t1:}1 : :;:: :;; : :::: ::::::: ::;::i:$: : ::: ;
Saturday. In addition to the JOHNNY JELINEK will bring the Enjoy ,Pizza all the way for only
two evening shows there will bea entertainment., Tuesday is for, 50, $. Also everyday from 11:00
matinee at 2 on Saturday dish and to 1:00 GoGo Girls for your en- Ads
p.m. eign night Wednesdaywill should be moiled to the Holt Publishing Company,
Sundays and holidays. The be family night. tertainment. 1950, ldndlng Blvd. Jacksonville Florida, 32210. to arrive
Hospital Theatre will have one "C.P.O.": Tonight Is Pizza "U.S.O.: Tonight is Home- not latet than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
weekly feature at 7 p.m. night 12" Pizzas for 90 Fri- made Goodies nlte. Friday is day. Ads; arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
Cecil Field will have two shows dancing to the Buddy Record Choice; Saturday, Boy following week unless the publisher is instructed other
day enjoy
during the week at 5:30 and 8 Clark Combo. Saturday enjoy Meets Girl Nite. Sunday 10:00 wise. A check: or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received WITH the for the ad.
Matinees till 10:45 coffee and donut hour.
p.m. will 'shown music brought to you by "The
ton weekends at 2 and 5 p.m., Town Criers". Sunday music Church closed until 12:30 so you DO NOT'SEND CASH
can attend the Church of
Thursday, Oct. 27, 1966 will be by the Frank Binders choice. At 5:30 Vespers your and RATE: Minimum charg. ((3 lines). . . . .12.00
Combo"HALLOWEEN And Monday DANCE"a special with Refreshments at Central Baptist P.r additional lin. ((4 words p.r line; ;. . .0.50

NAS: "SECRET INVASION": music by the Buddy Clark Combo. Church, then 7:30 the movie will
with Mickey Rooney and Stewart Tuesday and Wednesday Happy be "The Restless Years". Mon-
Granger. (103 Min.) Hour begins at 4:30. day Halloween night with prizesfor REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION FOR SALE -, 56 FORD 4 DR

"ACEY DUCEY CLUB": The the best costumes with refreshments advice. 7 days a week. R & H, Auto/trans., Tires new,
HOSPITAL: "A FINE MAD and music by HAL- Homes for sale, $100 Down. Engine excellent CHEAP -
Room Is
Dining now so
NESS": with Sean Connery and- come and take advantage open of this LOWEEN HOWL CHILDREN OF Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- Cecil Field Ex. 300 or EV7-

JoAnne Woodward. new addition which has been made SOUND. Come spend Halloween als. Homesite Lots, Acreage, 6860.
for benefit. Breakfast,will Tuesday Is Game Investments.
C. FIELD "MAYA" with Clint your nite. Broker USN Retired.
: : be served here on Saturdays,Sun Wednesday Is a Disc EN, Reg.
Walker and Jay North. and Jockey Show, from 8:00 till 11:00 384-1376 TALO'S POODLE SALON 771-
days on Holidays beginning at
11:00 a.m. Friday is GoGo night with Ma Mr. Al. Albert. 7272 .-, ''Pick up and delivery.

Friday, Oct. 28, 1966 and music will be brought by "WING DING NEWS RE-. NEAR SCHOOLSMOVETODAY Grooming Tuesday thru Sunday.
"The Vikings". Saturday will LEASE": Fleet Air Wing ELE- Gorgeous 3 bedrm 1 1/2 bath &
feature our HALLOWEEN VEN commanded by Capt. HarryB. kitchen equipped homes. Full*
NAS: "THE RUSSIANS ARE DANCE with prizes for the best Scott, is presenting the annual year warranty $91 mo, includesall. ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINES
COMING": with carl Reiner Eva Music will be officers' Formal Dinner and Nothing down to vets. Min. UNCLAIMED LAY-A-WAYS...
Marie Saint and Bryan Keith costumes vided by "MEL GADEON",pro-and dance party, the WING DING, FHA down. Salesman on duty 7 We have two 1965 Sewing Machines -
((134 min.) The Country Girls. Sunday will on Wednesday November 9 at the days week. Drive out & see us Both IcZigZags
feature a Dining Room Special NAS Jax Of fleers' Club at Timuquana Heights, 7716200. that have never been used. They
HOSPITAL: "SECRET INV A- "New York Strip Sirloin" and In addition to the COMFAIR- were lay-a-ways, never pick-
SION": with Mickey Rooney and all the trimmings for $1.75. WING ELEVEN Staff, Patrol ed up, customers left area. We
Stewart Granger ((103 Min.) 'The music Sunday night will be Squadrons FIVE, .SEVEN SIX- FOR SALE: 1962 VALIANT are unable to locate them. You
by the "MOONLIGHTERS"., TEEN, THIRTY AND FORTY- Radio & Heater, $530 or Call can have these machines for the
FIVE will be attending. A roast '7212326. balance of $47 each. Cash or
C. FIELD; "SHIPOF FOOLS": "BLUEJACKETS INN": To- beef dinner with all the trimmings terms. Call Credit manager

with Vivian Leigh and ,Simone night for special entertainment will be followed by dancing to the CHRISTMAS MONEY 353-1946 anytime. Will deliver,
Signoret. come and enjoy music by "THE music of the FAIRJAX Dance Openings full or part time. Call no obligation.
INK SPOTS". feature
Friday, will Band. The theme for'this year's Vlviane Woodward Cosmetics,
Saturday, Oct. 29, 1966 MARCH WILSON and THE Wing Dins: is the newVP Complex. 384-3821. Executive positions 1955 PLYMOUTH STATION
REDCOATS, with our GoGo Girls. CECIL FIELD available. WAGON One owner, runs good,
Also and Fish dinner
a Shrimp air' conditioned, R & H, 4 dr.
NAS: "THE SILENCERS":with special from 5:00 till 9:00 for CHOICE HOMES SALES
Call 264-4497, after 5:30: .
O.R.F. Thursday, Navy Day p.m.IRONING
Dean Martin and Stella Stevens only $.65. Saturday the food '
AND RENTALS ,$50 to $100
Ball. Friday, "Happy Hour".
special will be a 16 oz. T-Bone '
((113 Min.) dwn. Immed. occ. DUKE
Tuesday features the sounds of
$1.35from '
Steak Dinner for only
the Pipers and Happy Hour.Lun- LOSTUMBO, BRK.; 771.0374 '- MY-'nOME Reason-
HOSPITAL: "THE RUSSIANS 12:00 until 7:00. Also an Informal .
Matinee Dance from 2:00 cheon dally, Monday Friday, able, Riverside area. Phone,
ARE COMING" with Carl Reiner
11 a.m. to 1 Bar and snack CONSULTANT 354-5140. '
Eva Marie Saint and Bryan Keith till 6:00, so come as you are.Sunday' bar p.m. Improves the av- ,

J':((134 Min.) I 'till 6:00 Matinee for the Dance family.from 2:00 The ,CPO open.,CLUB ,- Friday, Lobster erage Phone 2646906.bust -28AA--./ L. 52M" .*cup.: FOR iSAL&- '66CORTINA, GT-
Dinner $2.35 and 10 oz. Del-
food being 1/2 fried chic- a .v
special .
Still iri\s arranty, Pvt. owner..
monico for $1.65.
C. FIELD "A FINE MADNESS" ken dinner being served from Saturdaymusicwill 2646337.
: SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein Phone .
be .
provided by the Mark
12:00 till 7:00 for only $.65. Also ;"
: with Sean Connery and Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
Castle Band, with a Shore Dinner
from 7:30 till
Sunday night 11:45:
JoAnne Woodward. .
Military backgroundwould
for $1.50.
Sunday features
music by the CRESCENDOS FOR RENT-2 BR,
10 oz. Filet for $1.90, Children'sHam helpful. very rewarding -
,Sunday Oct. 30, 1966 Monday, Halloween night, a Plate for $.50. Mondaythe career possible for the Completely furn., Orange Park.
very special entertainment is Package Store and Galley Right Man. Write to the Regional Will rent to TAD Pers. or'

NAS: "MYSTERY OF THUG being planned. There will bea will be closed. Wednesday is Director, P.O. Box 13177, Or- bachelors. 264-6884.

ISLAND": with Guy Madison and group from New York Broad- game night commencing at 745; lando. Fla. 32809.STARBELLE .,
Peter Van Dyke ((93 Min.) way "GoGo Revue", called The p.m.
SHINDIGS. They will performfor EM CLUB Thursday is game .BOARDING KENNEL '
HOSPITAL: "THE SILENCERS one hour, plus three hoursof night commencing at 7:30: p.m. .-Bathing,grooming-;training of value -BARGAINSon
.": with Dean Martin and dancing. Wear your costume. Friday, Surprise .Happy Hour. See U$ first. 7259882.,; anything unredeemed merchandise
Stella Stevens ((113.minutes) Two warbonds will be offered.A Saturday, Juke Box Night. Sun- AIR BASE PAWN SHOP 6463
$25.00 war bond for the best day features the popular soundsof '
Roosevelt Blvd. Just North of
C., FIELD: "SECRET INV A- dressed boy and also a $25.00 Phil Cay.and the "Chantels"
SION": with Mickey Rooney'and war bond for 'the best dressed plus the "Go Go" girls. Monday TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS, NAS Jax'M.1ln Gate.

Stewart Granger. ((103 Min.) girl. Come out for your special < Juke Box Night. Tuesday, Typists, Key'punch. operators;
dance and VA-44 for temporary assignments as
Halloween enjoyment party night. Wednesday s '
Monday Oct. 31 1966 Monday nisht Special features the "Ravens" you are available. TEMPORARY
TALENT 1130 ACL BLDG.356- Excellent condition,straight shift
$ SAVE $ "- 0753. heater and defroster, $795, cash
NAS: *''WALK DON'T RUN": Phone 3896938.FURNISHED,.
:with Cary Grant, Samantha Eg-' FRED DAVISBUICKPONTIAC

gar and Jim Hutton ((117 Min.) APARTMENTS RENTAL: $50
Down Homes; Orange Park
HOSPITAL: "MYSTERY OF Lydia Street, Upper & Lowergar.
Realty 264-2411.
THUG ISLAND": with Guy Madi- GMC TRUCKS apts. All Private, Lights,
son and Peter Van Dyke(93 min/ St Water furn. Adults $65.00
GREEN _COVE SPRINGS_ __ 3873942.
COMING": with Carl Rei- Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
ner, Eva Marie Saint and Bryan AtLDIEY no. old in 4 drawer walnut desk. LARGE 2 STORY HOUSE FOR
,Keith ((134 Min.) Original price $500. Balance rent. Corner of Lexington &
$175 cash or $10 mo. Call 384- Blanding. Warren Stokes Realty
Tuesday, Nov, .1, 1966 1312. 389-8811.I .

NAS: "THE CHASE": with

Marlon Brando and Jane Fonda 3909 BLANDING BLVD.CHAMPAGNE o
((130 Min.).

RUN": with Cary Grant Sam- ai'

,'antha Eggar and Jim Hutton. ((117 II' S

CERS": with Dean Martin and (!)

Stella Stevens ((113 Min.) NIGHT

Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1966 EVERY THURS. r t
NAS: "PT 109": with Cliff ,
Robertson and Ty HardIn ((125: MIXED DRINKS FOR '? ..
Min.) 5
HOSPITAL: "THE CHASE": { i'' Champagne ', ,
with Marlon Brando .and Jane .
Fonda ((130 Min.) 38 CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10%' _
THUG ISLAND" with Guy Madison !- '

and Peter Van Dyke((93 Min.) .. .
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: Basketball Cecil's Volleyball! Team = \ ,. .

-' This past week-end the Raiders '
Basketball Team traveled to i. RESERVED SEAT !
Tampa to compete in the Invitational rW
Basketball Tournament at Q I'"
for the
'"Sports Spectator"t
MacDill Air Force Base. Coach .
k Richerson's charges did them- lIII..c 1ft ....tIll
\ selves and NAS Cecil Field proudas

they emerged runner-up to ,
Florida Junior College, Sebring.
First-round play matched Ce-
I dlagainst the powerful Eglin AFB 1 rY a t ; +r r 2 e :t
team, and the Raiders had to
battle back from an eight-point
deficit to win 7468.. Forward
Jim Marshall lead Cecil's Bas-
kctballers with 26 points. 1 '
( () .
The Raiders' Second match .a' ( ;
their old nemesis .
was against '
i MacDill, AFB, the team favored "
f! to win the tournament. TheNavymen Front row; (/left to right)) PeruSe/ /
\ from NonhFlorida, still m
MacDill smarting had from inflicted the losses NAS that (coach), Ken Annis, Reel Henson, Mike Bird, John Anglovlch, '
f at and Lt. David Young (Special Services Officer.)
Cecil the previous week-end, '
promptly Jumped off to, a ten- :;:\ : : ,.
I point lead and never were be- '
hind. With Jim Marshall, Zip CF' Intramural Sports c; 'p : _" _
Morris, and "Spider" Reevesall
hitting for 21 points each,
the Raiders humbled the Air- The/ HAS Cecil Field Rifle Team with trophies captured at the
Blackshoes have
men on MacDill's home court BOWLING NEWS The third, six games off slipped the pace.to Gateway Invitational Rifle Match, held October 15, 16 at Camp
8667. Pitts, the high-scoring MONDAY. The two top teams ending.
guard at the Air Base, was heldto bumped heads in the Monday Ear
21 points by Cecil's fired- ly League in this week's action WEDNESDAY. In last week'spiay A, couple of Sundays ago I took began and we were beginning to
up defense.By and the results were damaging' the top battle was betweenthe my wife and a friend to see the wonder if we were in the right
the from first place Hornets and second NAS Cecil Field Rifle Chief Paine 'the Team
this time the torrid Alley Gators Weaponsas Team man place, ,
pace Blackshoes. When
was beginning to tell on the they lost four to the Black- place Invitational match at Camp Blan- Captain, found us. When we
weary sailors, and they bowedto shoes, while VC-4''' won 3 1/2 pins stopped falling, neither ding. The match had been under- saw the team we understood whyit
South Florida Junior College from the Malta Dos to move team had gained on the other, way for a day already and we arrived had been hard to locate them.
the four
8171. Dropped into the loser's into 2nd place ahead of the Ga- as they split games. about mid-morning for the They had no uniforms, patches,
I bracket. Cecil had to continue tors. The Blackshoes were The Hornets still have 1/2 game last events of the match.At jackets, or even caps to iden-
f, toplay without rest. Big Marine paced by Jim Anglea with a edge, with an 18 1/2 5 I/?. the Hutchinson Range thereis tify them. They looked like
Floyd Catlett dropped in 16 points 549 and Roger Fortney with 535. record, while the Blackshoes are a protective ridge between the the civilian shooters, only less
tolead the Raiders' efforts. The most improved team in thU. 18-6. The amazing "Dunkers" firing line and the road. When, well-equipped.
; league has to be Med-Dental, ((13 1/2 10 1/2) hold 'a slim we crossed this ridge the scene We watched our team take its
However, the continual com- led by Dr. Rawlings and Dr. lead over the Stingers ((12 12)) was impressive. Spread'out in place at the firing line to begin
petition had taken its toll on the Wetzel. They have begun to while the Hustlers and Malta front of us was an immense, shooting at 20" bullseyes 600
weary Raiders. With only thir- make their move. The Leagueis Dos are tied with 11-13 re- well-kept rifle range and at'the yards away inthe mirage-making
ty minutes' rest, they came backto still young, so watch out for cords. For the third night in 200' yard firing line were representatives heat. I could barely see the
battle the boys from Sebring those "Docs". this young league, the Black- of the Army, shimmering targets, yet these
for the title. The Navymen put shoes had five men break the Marines, Air Force, and a shooters were able to hit them
up a game fight, but the strong, TUESDAY. League Secretary 500 mark as they shot a, 2697 number of civilian shooting .pretty well.
fresh bench of the Junior College Roy Specht reports that the AMD scratch,set for team. groups. They had been invited It soon became apparent that
M team made the big difference, boys of Hangar 67 have stretched here to compete in the Gateway our team would win the.team
as South Florida won the final their lead to four full games over' TOUCIj'fQO.TBALL Invitational Rifle Match for: ..30 ,trophy in the Sharpshooter Classat
game 'and the tournament Witha the.,second-placerPen Pushers'of caliber rifles. There were teams the expense of the JAX
i a 65-59 victory over Cecil Field. VA-174 in Tuesday Early action. The LeathernecksfromMar1 from as far away as Miami and Marines, if our last shooter did
r Barracks are the sole owners of theycame in buses,trucks,cars,. well enough (he did).: ,In addition '
the top spot in Cecil Field's and,campers. to the team trophy they would.win
, WESCONNETIrURNITURE O.t Intramural Touch Football Lea- We made our 'way amid the five individual trophies.
gue, while VA-44 and VA-174 are noisy. reports and bustling officials White I.was taking pictures of
battling to stay on the Marines' to look for the NAS Cecil this event, I noticed one grizzledold
t USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERS Heels. After last week's play, team. There were Jackets, shooter wearing a World WarI
; NEW ADDING MACHINES the standings look like this: patches, and caps of many colors campaign hat with a rattlesnake
Team Won, Lost' and designs to Identify the various hatband keeping score for a
., NEW DESKS 1 Marines 6 0 teams and their members. It sailor. One of the expended
\ NEW & USED TV SETS 2 VA-44 4 2 was an easy matter to Identifythe cartridges from the shooter's
VA-174 4 2 members of the other teams M-l was ejected near the old-
Come In &
t FREIGHT SALVAGE 3 Weapons 2 4 but we could not locate our own timer who picked it up. Suddenly -
i EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9am. 7p.m., 4 AMD 1 5 team. he began laughing and pitchedthe
'I VA-45 1 5 'Finally, just as the last event shell to the scorer next to him.
He too began laughing, but when
{5326 WEST CONNETT IlYDAT: 1031D 171.0750r he was shown the sailor's, score-

MILITARYAUTO card he quit, laughing and shook
his head in astonishment. Astonishment -


THE 1967's ARE HERE! POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTSNO was ammunition competing dated successfully"Denver 1942"with

i L.t Ufl H.l..You Bvy Yswri INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES instead'of new match ammunition

I With A Credit u..., Avff L._ AGE-21-24 Married $10.40 mo.AGE2124Slnc'e$12.80'mo. like I the wondered others.if other such obstacles -

hindered our team so I
did some snooping. I found that

r J JI RO 'rlMfrs State and t Base Associates Requirements ,. 'IMC. the were Leathernecks using the, new and and soldiers much

improved M-14 while we still
NAS 1st Offic. ,<. of Gate* 648J Roosevelt Blvd. 388.3583 used the less accurate M-l. I
USNS -Moypcrt. Jar Beach 1127 N. Third' St.AlA)246-6421)
learned that most of the shootershad
practice'' ranges with 600
.N..:.. ... .o.o.. yard distances,, on them and that
I Chicki( ; ; the NAS Cecil team had no such
range to prepare on. The only
\, NEW AUTO LOAN MTHtfST RAT opportunity they had to shoot at

K of 1% PER MONTH ON NEW THE UNPAID BALANCE, ... IS BACK IN LAKESHORE that I also_distance learned was thattheteamhadto in competition.

AMOUNT MONTHLY PAYMENT AS ASS'T. MANAGER OF finance a camper for their
OF l equipment and pan of the entrance -
YOUR fees, in addition to practicing -
24 30 36
on their own time and at
SO 79.1s 65.36 SS.6S'zooo !JJ.nJrea'SHAIR STYLIST their own expense at a civilian
91.37 74.70 ,;:;;;-- range.It .
$2.230 1O2.n N.os 71." seems a shame that so skillful -
I2.SOO 114.31 91.37 79303,00o Comeinforthelatesttechnique a team has to have so little-
137.os 112.4 "AG support as it competes with the

P.yeni Includes Interest,principle and boirowrr lawnuic: Inf resting 11.50 teams from other branches and
bases. Why do they have to travelat

fax Neug nrt ltteCRflJlT Complete with Shampoo & Set their their ammunition own expense'25? YEARS Why is

Nicki Says OLD? Why do they have to use

Try one of,my Razor Cuts styled for you. inferior weapons?

I/N/ON "You'll be Pleased" At least this teen should be furnished -
with a team shooting out-
Cecil FUU "26
T.l.334.4121 .'B.t. Cut.8507H T.I. SP 1- 3211 e.,. 205 47Jl? LEXINGTON AVE.OFF BLANDING BLVD. fit that lets spectators and other
..,.M... Fri 9:30-*30 Mwn ....... Fi.1:30- 3-QQ Closed Monda PH 3888463 teams know that these winning
shooters are from Cecil Field

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The Rigging 1f SMAll LOANSON

A "Fun Trial" for area
By Lt. P. E. T Ibodeau beagle owners is scheduled for ANYTHING OF VALUEBARGAINS
this Sunday, (Oct 30th) in the
The big day is almost here I know how to sail before you are Orange Park area.
This coming Sunday is the date accepted into the club, we have Sponsored by the Gateway City .
for our Navy Day Regatta. All scheduled training periods for Beagle Club, the trials will be
NJSC clubmembers are requested all prospective members. 'The preceded by a breakfast at 6 a.m. ON UNREDEEMED MERCHANDISE
to be at the clubhouse as club is very active in the local Measurement of the hounds begins -
early as possible, preferably a- racing circuit and of course, an hour later and trials
round 8 am so we can clean up provides the opportunity for lei- are scheduled to get underwayat AIR BASE PAWN SHOP
the 10a.m. and lp.m. final details sure sailing with our three Rebel 8 a.m.
that are always cropping up at Day Sailers, which are not assigned '- The "Fun Trial" is an all 6463 Roosevelt/ Blvd. Just North of HAS Jax Main/ Gate
the last minute. As of this to any member. All other ribbon event: dogs will trial in >>,;:;: ::;:;' ;; ::" :::::::: :: """)"o --=;:)}:::::;;;;::::::(:: >>
writing, we have at least 80 boats are assigned to qualified braces and an entrance fee for
boats scheduled to show. This Skippers who are responsiblefor owners'of $3.00 is required.The I
doesn't include all the indepen- the boat's upkeep.
Gateway City Beagle Club
dents that will probably show- This column is written on a meets on the first Thursday of MILITARY AUTO ,INSURANCE
up. Looks as though we will biweekly basis with the purpose each month at 7:30 p.m. at the
have a fine,regatta. of keeping everyone in the club Independent Life Insurance All Ranks All AgesLOW
For those of you who have informed of our activities. In Building. Prospective membersare
never seen a tri-maran, stop addition, we hope to Interest you, invited to attend these meetings RATES
by the club and take a look at the would-be sailer, in comingout ,
Wally Vance's. She's reallya to enjoy this fine sport/re- For Sunday's event, travel
beauty 1 Several of us helped creation. We, the members of south on Blanding Blvd., turn EASY MONTHLY
step the mast Sunday and she the Navy Jacksonville Sailing right on state road (S-220A) and
looks as though she is readyto Club, would like to share this follow signs posted along the PAYMENTS
leap out of the water and with you. roadside. .
fly.I In.line with the above, plan to Information on club activitiescan
don't have too much dopeto come on out this Sunday and see be obtained by calling J.E. McDOUGALL'S
put out this week as ,I have the Navy Day Regatta. The first Baker at extension 8219 or 771-
.been pretty busy for a change race will be at 1030 and then, 9294 In the evenings.III.r'.II.vlew.
and haven't been to the club- after a noon lunch break, there INSURANCE AGENCY
house too much. I did make will be two more races. The
the.meeting Monday (a week ago) Moon River Queen will be on
which was supposed to be a gen- hand to take spectators out on 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676

eral membership meeting. The the course to get a first hand (Little known happenings' from 2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us Anytime
of view of the action. Lunch and
six us didn't decide anything last week's wide world of sports)
except that there didn't seem to. refreshments will be available.
be much of a turn-out., Where Bring the family and make it LITTLE OLYMPICSThe
were the rest of you? It seems a day's outing. Little Oympics, recently ,.f. b:r-::!:,
that we need a better method of SALTY SEZ This olde salt'll completed last week at Mexico NO EXTRA OPEN
putting out the word to all hands be out this Sunday doin some tall City gave strong evidence of what CHARGE / 1IIIIIIIm1m! I
on affairs of this type. Maybewe spectatin. From all appearances, the experts had claimed since ran (
should invest in a mimeo 'twill be a red letter day in the the site was selected for the 1968 MCTSBtYKZ ,'" ." 7k 9
for post cards to send out to history o the Navy Jacksonville Olympiad -- the distance runners
all hands. Sailin' Club. As a matter o' are going to have oxygen intake
For those of you who may fact, this is the first event of problems at 7,478feet. The 5,000, WHERE SERVICE AND
be reading this column for the this size that the club 'as put on. and 10,000 meter runs, ( both
first. time, let me give you a Sure hope the weatherman cooperates Olympic distances) were won QUALITY GO STEADYI!
rundown on what it's all about. as these swabs 'ave by Alvar Mejia, an unknown
The Navy Jacksonville Sailing put in an awful lot o'. work an Columbian whose home is 1,200
Club is an activity operated'under plannin' to make it a dandy af- feet higher than Mexico City. ,
the auspices of ,the NAS fair. ;..If'n ye think Better known runners faltered, ........ FREE! ...." ...;

Jax Special Services. It was that Packin' and Fillin is some- including American ace Jim BRING IN THIS' COUPON, FOR ONEMAN'S .
first formed in June of 1965to thin that Pubic Works des witha Grelle who finished 10th in one
foster the sport and recrea- bulldozer, ye're in fer a bit of the races. 800 athletes from Z SUIT. or ONE LADY'S DRESS, Z
tion of sailing. The club is o' enlightnin. This process of 25 nations competed. Numerous o (PLAIN: ) 0
open to all military personnel, moving a square rigger down a doctors and physical education a. BEAUTIFULLY CL
Navy-employed civil servants river with the tide an agin the researchers returned to their 3
and all others who have the wind is explained in a dandy countries with a wealth of data, DRYCLEANED 3O
use of Special Services activi- book that the Library Lady as on how a human body reacts to O ,
ties. Since we require you to down ter ye NATTC Library. various stresses at high al- u ABSOLUTELY FREEI COUPON EXC)
Called the "Lore Of
. . Tre Tryckre, this book Ships"as by a titudes. PIRES AFTER NOVEMBER 5th i

wealth o information an illystra- POWER BOATS .

: SHEETS : o tions recorded on sips history from thebeginnin up to the pre-, Racing big power boats over ....... COUPON ..,' .S....

sent date. Kin'ye name the seven a closed course in the ocean off 2455 Lane Avenue So. 387-4268
masts o the Thomas Lawton, the Atlantic City, N. J. last week attracted -
only seven masted schooner total of 200
a spectatorswho
S built? Where are yer moonsall watched the "flop" fromthe 1901 Blanding Blvd" = 387.6888
an skysail set? What is a ship1 end of the Steel Pier The big
These are some o the things ye'll racing boats came one half 1902 Kings Road : 356-8815
find in "The Lore of their closest
Ships. mile from the pier;
Shore makes an old salt sort o approach and it was a hazy day. ,)
misty eyed and brings back, The event is scheduled again next 3635 St. Johns Avenue .: 388-9074
the old days year and efforts will be madeto
T.. SEE YOU AT THE RACES place a turning buoy a few 1023 Kings Street 3568815I
hundred yards from the beach.

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coupon good for on.
drink with purcha*.
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SCORE: Deer 7, Archers 0 in the pokey not to exceed ninety lIewlln. F.II.II
days. is a computer ser-
Archers found that more skill During the month of September AmericiH League vice designed to solve a pro-
was required in bagging a buck certain fishermen took the chance Anerkfi blem which faces thousands
than just pure luck during the and went fishing without a license. Team Won Lost single young men and womenin
One hundred ninety-two of these the Jacksonville area --
northeast region's -
special artery Cloak and
Daggers 23 I 5
found that the gamble did the problem of meeting people
hunt in the Camp Bland- not pay Cursors 20 12 Team Won Lost
and they arrested for the they would really enjoy,
ing area October 22-23. A total c-A-Niks 17 11 V AP-62 .6 0
j violation.The but don't ordinarily run into.
of 285 hunters participated in the Falcons itA" 17 11. FAETU 4 2
two-dayhunt, according Mayor statewide report 'of the Needlers 17 11 VP-30 3 2PRO's While you are in service, you
Bob Brantly, regional manager, arrests for September as issued 19. '13 Hospital 2 5 become more independent,
by the game and Fresh water more mature, and able to date
Game and Fresh Water Fish Marine Bks 16 .. 12 Marine Bks 2' 5
Commission. Fish Commission follows: more often. But where can
't Eagles 13 IS VP-5 .1 5
Though the hunt area is heavily '" you go in a large city if
Play Boys 14 18
Hunting Violations ., : you want to be sure to meet
populated with deer,archers only Cannon Cockers ; 9 15 NitleiilSupply .
you'll really like?
managed to bag three hogs duringthe someone
,. .,.-. .8 .:: 20
two-day hunt period. Bow License or Manage- : Trainers 9" ,23 Communications 7 0 Young adults often jump.
hunters claimed they had several ment Area Permit : '24 Griffins NARTU 4 2 from bar to bar, or party to
6 22
opportunities to bring down a Gun and Light :*.45' VP-7 4 3 party, hoping against odds to
buck, but due to the lack of Deer or Turkey 5 679th 3, 3 meet someone of their generalage
; skill in contending with a moving Quail or Squirrel 4 NifleulLee'ee Co height, personality, and
; target, they failed to send the Alligator 17 MARTDmFairjax 10 SFiceur personal interests. But thereis
Migratory Bird 27 fire for
; arrow true. just no sure way
;.1 t The special archery hunt in Other (Gun in Refuge, ',; .:'.: '25 11 GIf young people to run into some-
., the Camp Blanding Wildlife Management Unplugged Gun, etc) ::39,/ '->: '0. Caduceus 27'' 13 one they'll go for. Most people -.
L Area opens again October ', ;:*: '',t Sky Warriors "A" 22 14 .' know what they want in a
29-30, and November 56. Fishing Violations, >i: Hurricanes 22 18 A..rlc'l date, but it is impossible to
Hunters enter the check out all the sl datable
may manage- License' 192 Rip Cords 19 17
ment area at 6:00 a.m. and must Neptunes 21 19 people in their area.
leave by 6:30 p.m. each hunt Illegal Transportation 1 BLU 18 18 Hospital itA" 6 1 If you're between the ages of
day. Legal game will be. buck Illegal Taking 28 Mis Fits 17 19 o&R 5 I 18 and 35, Introduction Plus _

deer, bear, hogs, squirrelquail, Falcons ItB" 17 19 VP-7 5.' 3 gives you, whatever you rank,
I turkey and unprotected furbear- Booting Safety Violations/ / Navy Fin. Of. 12 24 FIt Wea. Fac. 3' 3 education of interests, the
ing animals. AO.ID n AP-62 2.5 2.5 chance to meet and date a new
j Regular hunting season opens Equipment 79. Piz Zans 7 29 25 AEWRON itA" ., 2.'.' 3 group of people. It is a chance
I in the camp Blanding Management Registration 17. ", VP-30 itA" 2 5 for you to efficiently widen
I I I Area November 12. The Operation 16 Afl'lllc FAWll 6.5 your circle of dates and
I area west of State Road 225 ll'lll Ch f.5 friends. It Is a chance to find,
J and north of State Road 230( TOTAL ARRESTS 494 NCO's 22..5 by a method other than trial
I will be open through November NARTU Chiefs 22 10 NII.I.I and error, the things you look
I 27; closed from November 28 TMMONSOTEDTALLAHASSEE Rejects 21 n for in a date. A chance to meet
i *o December 23; open December Foggy Five 19 13' young people whom you'llreally
j 24 January 1,1967. -- Wildlife'Officer Spartans 16 12 NARTU .7,5.5 ,like, yet who work,live,
\ B. L. Timmons, Jr., of Electrons 17 13 VP-5 6 I and party in a different circle

j i. BIRDS ON THEVWGTALLAHASSEE Marianna, Jackson County, has Flag Staffs 16 16 iiCEi 6 2 than yours.
been named the outstandingwildlife VP-30 4,5 2,5 When you apply to Introduc-
Chiefs 17.5 JaltB"
-- Field reports officer for 1966 by the Florida 14.5 vp- 3' 4' tion Plus, the computer will
from the Canadian duck Game and Fresh Water Fish Spoilers 15 21 AEWRON "B" 2.5 4.5 immediately scan thousands of
breeding grounds indicate the Commission. ''Timmons will represent Afees 15 21 679th 2 4 possibilities, eliminating
best, concentrations of ducks seen the Commission at the Bean Burners 13' 23 A/C Malntance 2 5 those you would not like, and
in the last ten years and duck annual meeting of the Law En- Articulators 13 23 Air Ops 2.5 6.5 choosing the few best dates for
hunters throughout the nation's forcement Section of the South- X Impulses 9 23 Marines 0 6 you -- ones who :are\ lookingto

flyways are awaiting the annual eastern Association of Game and Ceutireutul L...... meet 'someone like you. '
southern migration and the start Fish Commissioners in North ., i5 DEFEND Introduction Plus will send you
of the duck, goose and coot hunt- Carolina during the month of Pin Teasers 23 .9 a minimum of ,,5. names that
ing season. October Sky Warriors "B" 23 13 FREEDOM are your best matches.
According W.B. Copeland, Timmons was born in Wau-
Chairman Game and FreshWater chula, Florida in 1926. He servedin Mad Seven Foxes Tens 20'23 .13:12 BUY ILS, DIRECTIONS: Just send a
Fish Commission,Florida the Air Force from 1945 'to Pin Benders card or letter to INTRODUC-
19 3
duck hunters will be able to start 1947. He Is married and has '. SAVING TION PLUS, P. O. Box 6956,
duck hunting one-half hour before four children, two boys and two Sparks 15:5: 16.5 B D Jacksonville Florida, re -
sunrise on Thanksgiving Day, girls. Timmons who Is better Hard Hats 1'7 ,: 19 questing that you receive a
.t ,. November 24. The season will known as "Buddy" was employedby SeaBees 17 19 Free personality questionaire. -
remain open for four days of the Commission as a wildlife Druthers 16 20 BE SURE to include
hunting, closing on November officer in 1953 and assigned to King Pins 13 19 your name and return address.
The season will then close for Brevard County. He was trans- Yo Yo's 11.5 20.5 Phone 388 3922 for further
five days and reopen on Decem- ferred to Putnam County In 1955 Topplers 11' 21 information. Men"and women
ber 3 and remain' open through and to Jackson County: in 1959. Trailer Sailors 11 25 are welcomed.
January 8. Hunting hours are
from one-half hour before sun-
rise to sunset each open day.

Report Reports from from the the Canadian Canadian We're Proud ef Our Service Dept.

breeding grounds by Ducks Unlimited -

'j movement state of that blue-winged the(southward teal YOU WILL BE TOO

and pintail( has. taken place; however -
It Mil take colder weatherto
push many of the birds as dq* _

far The four south daily as and Florida.bag may limit not for include ducksis S .4 444 S I

: more than two wood ducks and

II\, two canvasbacks. The total pos-
session limit for ducks is eight IE E
!I and may not include more than
four wood ducks and four
\ can-
I \abacks. The limits on mer- R _I c r R
five and :
gansers are daily ten
in possession, of which not more :
I than one daily and two in possession 'T
I may be hooded mergan- V V
: sers. In specified areas of the ____
i I state two scaup ducks may betaken
; '.., > ; '
in to the. dally
lf *
bag limit. I
The daily bag limit for coot i

Is ten and the total possessionlimit ..
Is 20. The dally bag limit
for geese is two per day and C 'i: '

four for possession. .._ ":.: ;, C

E _
TALLAHASSEE -- A resident E
fishing license to fish In Florida's
fresh waters costs $3.00. A Service Dept. Bock Row Left to Right: Major Brown Willie McGIll, Tommy Noonan Guy Pope,
non-resident may fish for five Bert Sturdevant, Thomas McNIsh, Lloyd Waters, Robert Sprinkle, Ronnie Robinson. Front Row:
days for 12.25, two weeks for S!, Henry Martel, John Smith, Ronald Flanders, Lynn Moore, Dave Daniel, Rollin Coomer, Bill Odom.
$3.25 and throughout the year
for $8.00. On the other hand, WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN INC. 1150 So. Lone Ave.

the fine for fishing without a Open 8:00.800Closed on Sun.
license may range from ten to
three hundred dollars, or a term

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