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July 29, 1965


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Waves To Celebrate 23rd Hospital Local Squadrons '

Anniversary With luauWaves Adult Postpones PhysicalsThe

stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station will cele-

brate a Hawaiian their Luau.Commanding 23rd. anniversary as part of the Navy tomorrow with the U.S.Commanding Naval Hospital Officer at NAS of JoiiTStormfurv'Two

Tax has announced that
as a
officers and department heads of commands have .
been Invited to attend this event which will take place In the rear result of summer transfers of NAS Jacksonville squadrons are participating In the joint
of Wave Barracks 723, from 6-8 p.m. personnel and the Vietnam crisis, Weather Bureau/U.S. Navy Project Stormfury, during this hurricane I
Captain J. K. Macxrotn., commanding there Is an acute shortage of season and will again seed hurricanes and cumulus clouds to Investigate \
Officer HAS, will perform personnel in the Outpatient Ser- the feasibility .of modifying cloud and tropical storm structure.
the traditional "cake- President Says vice of the Naval Hospital The local squadrons taking
cutting" ceremonies. He will Routine physical examinationsor part in the hurricane research carried out in the western Atlantic -

be assisted by two Waves, one No physical check-ups of adult venture are Heavy Photographic on active storms and in
with the most time on active Call-up dependents ((12 and over) will Squadron 62 and Airborne Early the eastern Caribbean on tropical -
have to be postponed until after cumulus clouds.
duty aId one with the least. Ruth Warning Squadron 4. VAP-62
Landau: DK1, of the Navy Finance September 1st. In addition, those deployed two cf their RA3B Sky- The Weather Bureau-Navy II
Office, has been In the Navy since More To Viet Nam patients, who have minor com- warriors to Roosevelt Roads last hurricane research program > '_ ,
January of 1944, while Kathleen plaints may expect a considerable Monday at the same time thatthe started In 1961 and Included experiments '
Aulwurm, SA,Military Personnel President Johnson at a news wait before being seen. Your Hurricane Hunters dispatchedthree on hurricanes Esther ,
Office, entered the Navy this past conference in Washington, yesterday patience and cooperation during of their aircraft to the same ((1961)), and Beulah ((1963) and ({
April and has been at NAS since announced that there would this period will be appreciated. destination. tropical_ clouds ((1963)). Pro- \
July 17. be no immediate reserve call- Between July 28 and October ject objectives for 1965 are to ,

Preparations for the "birth- up or freeze of servicemen because 1. seeding experiments will be intensify the hurricane-seeding .
day party" have been In progressfor of the current VIet-Nam experiments, to repeat the ;
the past month with the main situation cumulus seeding experiments, '
project being to decorate the area He did, however, say that the VP-S Welcomes Texas and to begin new experiments on
so that It looks like a Hawaiianluau. draft would be increased and hurricane ralnbands.
The Waves have built that the military forces In VIetNam In the hurricane eyewall seed-
bamboo huts which will serve as would Immediately be Increased Ing operations In 1961 and 1963, I
the food pavIUIons, In addition to from 75,000 to 125,000men. Reserve Crews To NAS silver iodide generators were released /
near the of the principal 1
gathering palm branches, erectIng -*" The President also said tops I
that he would ask clouds In the area of maximum -
a volcano and a bridge. Help Congress appropriate
on these carpentry projects was emergency funds for Patrol Squadron Five welcomed VP-702 will be working closely wind speed while specially!
donated by sailors who work with use in VIet-Nam. VP-702, July 25, as five with their host squadron for Instrumented Navy and Weather
the Waves. The draft will be Increased aircraft of the Dallas Texas, the next two weeks to obtain Bureau aircraft made a varietyof
Tomorrow the Waves will be from the present monthly number Reserve Squadron arrived In maximum benefit from this train- weather measurements before,
commemorating service that of 17,000 to 35,000 men. Jacksonville for two weeks of Ing period. VP-702, flying the during;!, and after seeding. r
first begun In 1908 with the founding There will also be an 1 Increased Intensive ASW training.Cdr. SP-2E "Neptune," willworkwlth In the Isolated tropical cumulus
of the Navy Nurse Corps. campaign for voluntary enlist- M.D. Marsh Executive "buddy" crews composed of vet- cloud seeding program, radar t
Nurses were the only "women In ments. No statement was madeas Officer of Patrol Squadron Five eran ASW crews to demonstrate scope and cloud photographs Indicated -
the Navy" until In 1917, wanen to which branches of the services was on hard to greet Cdr. J.U the latest lnantl-submar1newar- that some of the experi-
served as Yeomanettes during men would be drafted into. .Jcott, Commanding Officer of'VP702 fare techniques and operation of mental clouds grew rapidly while
WWL July, 1942, saw Women The President said that at the and Lcdr. H.W. Jame- their modem ASW electronic non-seeded control clouds apparently -
Accepted for Voluntary Emergency present time reserve units were son, the Executive Officer of the equipment. remained unchanged.This .
Service with the avalRe- not needed. lie said he would Reserve Squadron. > year a greater variety of
Lt. R.C. Campbell and Lt John aircraft with Improved Instrumentation -
An official welcome held
serve, but it was not until 1948 give adaquate notice before a reserve was
Langan are the offlcers-In- will be used to mea-
( callup.Continued. Monday morning by VP-5 prior
Continued On
Page 2))
( On Page 2)) to putting the reserves to work charge of the reserve training sure and record the results of
on Monday afternoon.The program for the Dallas aviators the seeding experiments. In an
130 officers and men of while they are In Jacksonville.srnJ attempt to produce more pronounced
Shangri-La Wins Battle longer lasting effects,
hurricane eyewall clouds will
Efficiency Award For '65 be bombarded repeatedly with
silver Iodide over an eighthourperiod

The aircraft carrier Shangrian "E" for weaponery and corn- and the results recordedby
La won the battle efflcency a- munlcatlons. the aircraft.
ward for 1965 fical year, arH More "E"s for the Atlantic An Improved tropical cumulus
carrier groups will be announced cloud experiment is planned for
at a later aat 1965. A statistically randomized
system will be used to select
CorrectionIn The carriers America, Enterprise the clouds to be seeded and the
and Saratoga were not effects of seeding will be studiedby
the July 22 edition of Jax the behavior of
judged this year for various reasons comparing
Air News, we ran an article seeded clouds with that of
The America because of Its unseeded -
concerning the change of rnlli- new construction the Enterprise control clouds.
tary paydays from Fridays to because of undergoing overhaul- In addition to the hurricane
Thursdays. In this article, we Ing, and the Sara had not conducted eyewall and cumulus clouds experiments -
stated that the first payday un- its Operation Readiness # the project will Investigate -
der the new system (July 29)) Inspection.Vice iia the effects of seeding a
would be for a 13 period.
day pay hurricane ralnband -- a narrow,
This Is correct. We further stated Admiral C.T. Booth curved strip of heavy precipitation -
that the second pay period (Aug., Commander of Naval Air Atlan- % at some distance from the
10)) would be for a normal 14 tic said, "Its not most grati- hurricane eye. Silver Iodide
days. This is Incorrect. Since that will be dropped
fying to note competition generators
the 31st of the month Is not ''' section of the -
keen in every phase. All hands "" across a rain- III
considered for purposes, the /JJ: .
pay contribution band, and changes In the cloud
be of there
can proud _
second pay period will also bea and
structure precipitation
the of redness pat-
to high state -
13 day pay period. We appre terns will be observed and re-
ciate the Navy Finance Office in NAV AUU.ANT. To the CDR. M. D. MARSH VP-5's Executive Officer' officially' welcomes corded.
bringing this to our attention. winners my heartest congradu- VP-702 to Jacksonville for two weeks of intensive ASW training.
latlons for a job well .done." ,The Reserve Squadron is ,from Dallas, Texas. (Continued,On Page 2)) l.

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SUNDAY By John A. Abucewicz, CHC, USN

8:00 a.m. Service of Holy Com- One of the greatest gifts that man has Is the power to speak.

munion Through this medium, man can exchange Ideas. Because ofJS
wi 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine communicate with his
power to speak, he can fellow man and en-
Worship courage, educate and enable him or, on the other hand, discourage
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for and demoralize him because of his faculty.

ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 In the service, unfortunately, profanity obscenity and cursing Is
Service of Divine
11:00 a.m. quite often heard. Some servicemen seem to think It is a sign of
Worship virility to use such unprintable talk.
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship George Washington felt otherwise. Part of an order Issued by

him to his troops reads as follows, "The General sorry to be
1 WEDNESDAY Informed that the foolish and wicked practice of profane,cursing and

.. i 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal swearing, a vice hitherto little known In cur American Army is
growing Into fashion. He hopes that the officers will, byexam'pleas

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal well as Influence, endeavor to check It and that both they and the
men will reflect that we can little hope of the blessings of Heavenon

12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, our army If we Insult It by our Impiety and folly Added to this
I coytFI AFPS Also on all Holy: Days It Is a vice so mean and low without any temptation that every man
Catholic Services at St. Ed- of sense and character detests and despises It
ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval Others will cuss and swear and use profanity because of mental
Hospital laziness. The English language Is full of expressions which can cover
any situation. Because one wlllnot take the bother of thumbing through
Editorial SUNDAY MASS the dictionary he uses such language as a filler-In.
With others It Is simply a habit. Now Is the time to eradicate sucha
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital bad habit. Habits are not uprooted overnight. It takes a period of
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- time to build up. Ifll take some time to come down. Sooner or latera
Centuries-Old Fight: ward's Chapel. person, who has allowed himself to fall Into such a habit will find

himself out of the service or home on leave. It could prove very

Abolishment of DAILY MASS embarasslng or even Insulting to mother, wife, sister, or sweetheart, ;
Tyranny 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel If In an unguarded moment the slip of the tongue should show him to
be the Mr. Hyde he really Is and not the Dr. Jekyll he pretends to be f
for his speech will betray him.
.. In 560 B.c. a prominent citizen of Athens called Plslstratus'seized MONDAY & TUESDAY >

upon the Acropolis, making himself master, or as the Greeks said 4:15 'STORMFURY' WAVES ANNIVERSARY
"tyrant" of the city.But It was his son--Hppias-- who brought tyrannyas p.m. King Hall NATTC t

we know It to the ancient Greeks,by hiring mercenaries to enforce, (Continued From Page 1)) (Continued From Page 1))
to collect high taxes, and to maintain his one-man oppressive rule. FRIDAY
Up to 17 aircraft -- providedby that WAVES bacame a part of the
Aroused Athenians, history tells us, finally overthrew the tyran-
nical son, with many losing their lives In the quest for freedom from 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavallJospitalSATURDAY the Navy, Weather Bureau and regular Navy.
Air Force -- will take in
oppression.Down part Today there are some 5,000en-
through the centuries men have given their lives In the spiritof the 1965 STORMFURY opera- listed women on active duty per
". of tions. A Navy Skywarrior will forming some twenty-two jobs
.eternal hostility against every form tryanny over the mind 9:00 Edward's
: a.m. St. Chapel release
silver iodide
of man." generators that Include Disbursing Clerk,

Today, we are still faced with the threat and presence of tyranny In CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY into the hurricane and tropical Tradevman, Personnelman Air

air. world., In a sense, all tyrants are: one, Le., their goals are the cumulus clouds., Flying at levels Controlmen, PhotographersMate
same--to take over the mind of man. 7:00: p.m. 8:00 fym. and before from 1,000 to 40,000 feet, the Journalist, Dental Technician
We In the Armed Forces of die United States today are facing pro- Masses '' other planes will observe and record and Aerographer's Mate

ponents of tyranny throughout the world. In years gone by, our forefathers Catechism ClassesGradeSchool the results of the seeding.The The Director of the Waves at

fought tyranny In our own land and on foreign shores. Like our RA3B Skywarrior of VAP- the present time Is Captain ViolaB.
forefathers,,we carry on to defend freedom--against tyrants.In SATURDAY 62 will drop the silver iodide Sanders, Assistant Chief of

1800 Thomas Jefferson swore to fight tyranny; Abraham Lincoln 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities canisters for allexperiments and Naval Personnel for Women.
told this nation in 1858 that "Our defense is in the spirit which prized building 722. will provide photographic reconnaissance Today Waves are stationed In

* liberty as the heritage of all men. ."; Theodore Roosevelt, In 1905, Commander W. E. Hawaii, France, England, Italy
said "We have duties to others and duties to ourselves and we can shirk Nowers, USN, Is the squadron's and Germany as well as various
neither," and In our own generation, John F. Kennedy summed up the Commanding Officer. stateside Installations.
drive of these men In the when in his Inaugural TrafficViolations
great fight against tyranny One A3B Skywarrior from the There are 122 Waves assignedto
Address In 1961,he told Americans Ask not what your countrycan Naval Ordnance the station 82 at Naval
do for you--ask what you can do for your country." China Lake California Test Station, Air Station; 26 at Naval Air
In the armed forces we can answer who asks what will
anyone we,are participate in the Technical Training Unit; seven
doing for our country with another of President Kennedy's statements: The following is a of toring and seeding, moni- at Navy Finance Office; six at
". we are (Involved In) a struggle against the common enemiesof motor vehicle accidents and traffic naissance. photographic This recon- the Fleet Weather Center;and one

man tyranny, poverty, disease and war itself." (AFPS) violations for the period specially outfitted aircraft to drop Is a at Naval Air Reserve Training

July 20 through 26. large number of silver iodide Unit. The Naval Hospital has
canisters If needed. 36 Corps Waves and two Wave
Number Of AccidentsThis Officers stationed there, while
BUY U.S. SAVINGSBONDS Three WC121N Constellations Mainside has three Wave Officers
week July 20 through wIU be the Navy's Hurricane Hun attached. The Fleet Intelligence

July 26 4 ter contribution to the project. Center, Naval Forces
Total Accidents this year through They will povide airborne con- Europe, has one Wave Officer
July 1965 145 trol of all aircraft In the opera-
Number of Accidents throughJuly tion and will measure numerous

19M . . . 147 meteorological parameters. ScheduleDue
Total number of days since last Within the past year one of the Pay
injury In motor vehicle acci- squadron's prototype aircraft has

dent 11 undergone extensive modernization. to the change In paydays

An Improved doppler radar, from Friday to Thursday, the
KTEWS Number Of Violations navigational computer and radar pay schedule for the next six

This Week 50 altimeter have been installed months Is printed for your
convenience. All dates marked
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Reckless .Driving .23 i NO CALL-UP an asterik (*) will be flight pay
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, for all personnel receiving
Jacksonville Going through Stop Sign 3 (Continued From Page 1)) days
by the Holt Publishing Company, a Other Violations 23 flight pay.DATE .
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Forty-six drivers He assured the nation that this
NEWS must be 'forwarded to the Serv'celnformationOffice' before the Traffic appeared country would stand firm behind NO. OF DAYS
Hearing Board
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before I at the meeting held on 27. its committments in VIet-Nam July 29 13
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- July and that the 13
Disposition of the cases includethe military would get August 12.
Telephone EV 9.7711 Ext. 8162. the 14
country's full
following: sixteen lost driv- support In Vtet- August 26
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning ing and parking privileges aboard Nam, September 9. 13
such should be directed to the Holt President 1
Publishing station for various periods three Johnson said, "if September 23
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida were assigned to complete;six- there is a communist victory in October 7. 1 4

w Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. hour course In remedial driving V1et-Nam the independence of all October 21 f3
at the Jex Police will be endangered." Hey November 4
VOL. 23 NO. 20 Academy; 12 said 14
JULY 29,1965 were given suspended penalties; be that this country could not November 18. 1i
sixteen were given warnings;and defeated an increase of December 2 14
three were fined. communist military December 16.
V1et-Nam. power in 1 14
December 20


JULY 29, 1965

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Armed Forces Advisory Committee Seek Free MailingFor f r';" .: .';."' '" l; ,"
Formed by Freedoms Foundation Troops in RVN '. ,

Washington (AFPS) -- Pro-

Valley Forge Pa. (AFPS) The formation of an Armed Forces visions for free mailing privileges -
Advisory Committee to assist the Directorate, Armed Forces Information for U.S. service personnel '
and Education, Department of Defense In the continuing in the Republic of Vlet-Nam are
development of the Freedoms Foundation's "Letters from Armed contained In several legislative rci1
Forces Personnel" awards category, has been announced by Dr. proposals with further support
Kenneth D. Wells, president of coming from the Veterans of
the Foundation. nounced annually Washington's Foreign Wars (VFW). h
The major responsibility of birthday and presentations are One bill has been introducedby
committee members will be to made to top awardees of each Representative Bob Wilson, w
provide advice and continuing review service In a ceremony at the R.Calif.. The bill has been referred P f
of the foundation's annuals foundation's national headquarters. to the Post Office and fr ; -F _

"Letters from Armed Forces Civil Service Committee.
Personnel" award category. The Members of the advisory com- It provides that first class
award is designed to recognizeand mittee, composed or retired officers mall from service personnel In
honor armed forces er- of the U.S. armed forcesare RVN addressed to the United
sonnel on active duty for their : General Bruce C. Clarke, States, its territories and pos-
written expressions on specific USA; GeneralNathanF.Twining, sessions, and the Common- Congressman Charles E. Bennett congratulates Captain Holt M,
topic. The topic each year emphasizes USAF; Admiral Arleigh Burke, wealth of Puerto Rico, shall be Sisk on his position as Chief Navy Liaison to Congress. Captain
a subject related to the USN, and Lieutenant General M. carried free of postage.A Sisk was 'formerly a member of' Fighter Squadron Eleven based
basic constitutional rights, free- H. Silverthorn, USMC. telegram has been sent to here. He came to Washington from a year tour as operations
doms and corresponding responsibilities Former President Dwight D. President Johnson by VFW officer with the Seventh Fleet in the Far East.
Inherent In the American Eisenhower Is Chairman of the Commander-in-Chlef John A.

way of life. The current Board and the Honorable JamesA. Jenkins, of Birmingham, Ala., NATTC Librarian
topic Is "I Am An American." Farley Is Vice Chairman. urging the privilege.Mr. Appointed To
The leners must not be less Jenkins recently return-
than 100 or more than 500 wordsin Certainly you know about the ed from a trip to RVN IncludingDa Public
length. The highest selectionIs scientist who concentrates on a Nang and Chu Lai where he Committee Of Library Asso.lona .
awarded the Defense of Free- single problem, learning more visited with service personneland

dom Award, carrying $1,000 and and he more about knows less and less until observed activities In the M. Nelson, librarian at the Miss Nelson, a native of Ra
an encased George WashingtonHonor finally everything Republic.Mr. Naval Air Technical Training
N.C. holds
about nothing. On the other hand, leigh, a degree In
Medal There are also 50 the Jenkins contends, "Itdoesnot Center, has been appointed to the library science from Columbia
economist knows little about
awards of $100, 50 awards of a make sense" for U.S. per- Sectional Development Committee University In New York
4. City.
less and
$50 and additional George Wash- everything about learning and until he sonnel to travel to a postal for the Armed Forces Sectionof Prior to her assignment to I
ington Honor Medals and Certi- finally more knows more nothing about branch, then line up to purchase the Public Library Associa- NATTC In 1952, she had servedas
ficates. stamps that are Impossible to
librarian for both the sixth
Award recipients are an- everything.Wall St In. keep In usable condition. tion.This committee was organizes and seventh :Naval Districts
to study trends and changes that Miss Nelson comes from a
are necessary to Improve library Navy family and Is married to aNavy
services for Armed forces personneL man. She has been encour

\ aging Navy literary Interest for
LUESHORE 'J"UK SHORE' ; .: OWNTOWH'\\ LAKESHORE STORE They also observe special pro- the past 20 years.
OPENBLANDING\ LtD.I .. CRISWELL I .50f( 'W,\.DUVALJOB. ., OPEN jects and experiments designed to
FRIOAYSB.Aat ;at'SAN"uAN, \ I '( 1 .. CLAY UNTIL keep military libraries abreast
UNTIL 8PM: "honf.SS.'JIJ, '. TIRE T.Y.1.COMPANY Am.TM ...... rho".'3S6,02 6.. 8AM 8PM; with their civilian counterparts WO Hopefuls Mus
"Here NA1TC
at we plan to

|a:- (0 I. S. ROYAL"sii; ; HI.soo I AMP'f.M. ARRO WHITEWALLS conduct solving and studies the try reading to In learn the and near ways study future of- Submit Written

Slightly" Bltmiihod problem that some of our men Request By Aug.
have," Miss Nelson said. "The ,

.. > Inability to read Is a national] The C.L&C. Officer has issued
& tcsA 800 / problem. Our experiments here a reminder that all (perspective :
will be small but 1 think that It candidates for the Warrant -
$1 : "IC will be Important. Naturally we Officer Intergration Program -
c5 D s I will share our findings with other must submit a written request
committee members," she add- to reach the C&E: office
(... \\) IOc1iJ ed. no later than August L
This reminder does not applyto
7fc7' HoNor those In pay grade E6 seekingto
participate in this program.
MOTORCYCLESALL Those Interested In applyingfor
the program should] study

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call the C&C Office for information
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29, 1965

Chaplain Abucewicz Will Open ExhibitOf Vapor Trails Thrill Thousands At 'I

Oil Painting And Sculptures Here Minneapolis Water ShowThe ...

"well. I stumbled into it accidentally The hours of Jax Navy Sport Parachute cond stunt was the famous"Star-
I was dining with to 4 each showing are 8 a.m. of accomplishment Is always Club sent its demonstration teamto burst", in which three men fall
p.m. day. The public "
friends there. thrill a capacity Tilled airport in close formation
at Whiting Field one Is Invited and there Is together and
evening and afterdinnert eysug- for admission. no charge Chaplain Abucewicz works only at Minneapolis Minn Billing at a predetermined altitude fire
gested that we paint a picture." In oils and does most of his was shared with the AirForce's flare pistols creating astarburst
This is the explanation Cdr. "I"enjoy pictures with mean- painting at night. "Professionalssay Air Demonstration effect. Participating in this event
Ing, Father Abucewicz said, you should work in natural Team, the Thunderbirds.
John A. Abucewicz, Cdr., CHC, were Van Asphnd, Wes Fox, and
gave concerning his interest in "but I like to share the meaningwith light, but I paint In my spare Minneapolis Is the scene of Gaylon Rainwater
other people. For this reason time, which is, of course, at the largest yearly water sports
art.Twelve and half I have painted very few night," he* explained. show held in the country. Thisyear's The show was closed with
a andsixtyfive
years true abstracts." another mass Jump. All chutists
"Many of my paintings reflect event was attended by
Abucewicz paintings Is later, Father Although he constantly refersto the last 12 1/2 years of my naval many television and movie cele landed within a 28' diameter
planning an art Thanks< are extended
himself career, Father Abucewicz said. brities. target. to
'Exhibit. as amateur artist, it
"I have canvasses that were The Trails and the Robert Holden of the NAS Mas-
The is he takes Vapor -
Is scheduled apparent great pridein
to run ter-at-Arms Force for his fine
his work. painted at Whiting Field, aboard were Guests of Honorat
one week (Aug. 1-Aug. 7)) at the
the USS Randolph, at Roosevelt the crowning of the 1966 Queen job as Jumpmaster. Through his
NAS Jax small chapel located "It is very satisfying to know Roads, at the Naval Hospital of the AquatennlaLA efforts of precision spotting all

between the Catholic and Protestant that you have created something. Bethesda, Md., and aboard the crowd of 80,000 persons were Jumpers were able to land safelyon

Chapels, at the corner of Birmingham Critics may say that a painting USS Shangri-La. At present, I lam on hand last Saturday morning to target.
and Mustin Rd. is bad, but to the artist the
sense painting the NAS Jax Catholic
watch the Vapor Trails open the Accompanying the team as
r .. When asked about other artisthe crowd-pleasing mass exit from Brown of Navy Recruiting Ser-

tLipI-$ FJ, admired, the list included C-119 Flying Boxcar. Their se- vice and Lcdr, Kryspin of C&R.
Salvador Dall and Michel-

-,,<:".",,,' mr<,'\4',, angelo's sculpture. "I don't care -
; 7' J for Rembrandt he said "his tWT4E5N4vr I
', JftnJf" ,
'1 IS" \ "1I\ ...";'; hues are too light.1tIn 'r
.' :",;.,;, <'" :. addition to the 65 oils,Chap-
lain Abucewicz has three
g piecesof
.< ':'$'
<'4 ,'", sculpture made from sculp
"4.:"I',.. :. i\ metal, three mosaic tables, and
>," "'!,\ ... one stain These
,t' glass seascape.
will also be on display at the ex- '!
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> ", ', f1y,,'" Father Abucewicz Is native of J e / Y Z':
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i ,?. Lowell Mass., the birthplace of "
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':i .1 James McNeal Whistler, the art- :,, : v"',,,
,, Jfj 'j 1 1i 1ih ist of the famed "Whistler's .. ,, :
'" .- .
AM Mother." He Is a graduate of .
\ J't >... Boston College and St. John's \ .;
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.. Seminary, Brighton Mass. lie ." .. ,
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prepares a ",, '\ '. '" '\, ..,.ff" r;' Q\> ,.. ...
use on his latest painting of' the NAS Jax Catholic Chapel. Accident Toll r ." ," ,,' ,fiI"

Careless NAS Jax drivers

Navy Seeks Volunteers For Its toll tributed recently to the causing station's accidents accident con NAVY PARACHUTE CLUB DEMONSTRATION TEAM

while attempting to turn at inter- ..,
FreezeThe sections from the wrong lane.
.0peration Deep NAS Jax safety officials point NEW 1965

out that this is both unlawful and

Navy Is seeking volunteers for its 1966-67 Operation DeepFreeze a very dangerous maneuver to

The deadline for submission of request for assignment to the U.S. According to safety officials VALIANT

Antarctic program is August 15th. Volunteers are needed for duty the law provides that a driverof

with the wintering-over party with Anarctic support activities and with a vehicle Intending to turn
Air Develooment Squadron SIX. right at an Intersection shall

Complete details concerningthe drive as close as practicable to

requirements of the serviceand Civil Defense To the right-hand curb or edge of
the type of duty that the vol- the roadway as he approaches for I

unteers will be assigned to Sponsor LectureOn the turn and while executing the
is available In BUPERS Notice right turn.

1300 of May 1965. HurricanesThe When approaching an Intersection .
Operation Deep Freeze Is the for a left turn, the vehicle

title given to the Navy's task of "Hurricane Outlook for shall be In the extreme left land

supporting a long-range scientific 1965" will be presented on lawfully available to traffic mov-
program In Antarctla. Personnel 5 7:30 ing In the direction of travel A'
Thursday, August at p.m.
are desired on a volunteer In the Orange Park Town HalL driver making a left turn will $ 00
basis for this unique and George Wlnterllng, Weather yield the right of way to any 1759

adventurous duty; however,some Analyst with WJXT Channel Four, vehicle approaching from the opposite -
volunteers will be utilized If there will present this lecture to Interested direction which is so close BANK RATE FINANCING
are insufficient volunteers. residents.A.T. as to constitute a hazard. LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT
Those best qualified will be Safety experts emphasize that SPECIAL DEALS FOR NAVY
selected In late 1965 for deploy- Director Drinkwater for ,Orange Civil Park Defense if motorists follow these pro- .MORE THAN 200 FINE NEW USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

ment about September 1966. and Area 1 of Clay County stated visions of the traffic laws, the
Those selected winteroverwill : number of intersection accidentscan
"I was present at the St. Aug- NOW LARGE SELECTION OF A/C
remain in Antarctia until be substantially reduced.
ustine meeting and Winterling's EXECUTIVE CARS LOW
These officials
approximately November 1967. same point out
presentation of the Hurricane SAVE UP TO $800 ON
The MedalIs that the
Antarctic Service Outlook for 1965 was you must not only obey
awarded for duty with Opera- the outstanding subject certainly the posted speed limits but you must DRIVE A LITTLE SAVE A LOT
tion Deep Freeze In the Antarc- program. on also drive safe I/for existing conditions -

August and September being the of the weather and high- CLAYTON
tic.Upon completion of wintering- two months most favorable for the way. Fog and smoke wet or REVELS

over, every effort Is made to spawning of hurricanes, this lecture slippery pavement, Intersectionsand
assign personnel to one of their will be very timely as well railroad crossings, curves Chrysler-Pl owth, Inc.
choices of duty when consistent as informative. Through such and hillcrests, narrow or winding f
with the needs of the service If, programs as these destructionand roadways, and heavy trafficare GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.

when submitting duty pre- Injury resulting from hurricanes conditions which call for reduced only 20 mm. So. of NAS on IIw)'. 17

ferences, personnel are eligiblefor has been greatly re- speed according to traffic PHONE JAX 264..6555JULc
the duty requested. duced. experts.

JULY 29,

I r T HAS Jacksonville Civil Service News 11Civil 1


Service PromotionsThe REPRESENTATIVEOn President

Tuesday, August 3, 1965,
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedIn Gordon Hook, representative for Employee Health Care
accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: the Indemnity Health Benefits

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT Plan, will call at the Industrial President Johnson has calledon A good employee health-main
Gervals, Dennis C. Apprentice A/C Metalsmlth Aircraft Metal- Relations Department, Bldg.907. Federal agencies to reduce the tenance program Is a paying proposition -
smith If you are enrolled In this plan for employee the President pointed
Hucks, James W. Asst. Production Comrolman (Airframes Mech- and have a question regarding a sickness waste resulting and disease through a out. Citing the practices of"our
anic) Progressman(Airframes Mechanic) claim, call extension 8134 or occupational health ser- efficient private enterprise" as a
.. SUPPLY DEPARTMENT I 420 to arrange for an appoint- strong vice program. The President goal in this area, he said we must
Mount, Julius C. Warehouseni u otockmau ment. announced his approval of guide- be prepared as best we can to
Brown, Clifton G. Warehouseman Stockman lines for employee health ser- assure Federal employees of:
Ford, Thomas H. Warehouseman Stockman Navy Lodge vice programs, subsequently released 1. Prompt attention to on-job
Gilbert, Arthur B. Blocker and Bracer Head Blocker& Eracer by the Bureau of the Bud- illness and Injury.
Griffin, Lee D. Warehouseman Stockman 696 Needs 2. Correction of working con-
Lagasse, Arthur J. Warehouseman Stockman get."Each year about 20 million ditions what may be detrimental -
Land, James W. Warehouseman Stockman MembersMr. days of sick leave are taken by to employee's health.
Martin, Oma P. Clerk Typist GS-3' Secretary (Stenography) Federal civilian employees," the 3. Education In health main-

GS-4. Horace P. White, National President told the Cabinet. "If tenance.
Norman, James C. Warehouseman Stockman 4. Health examinations. including -
Representative of the American we can reduce the amount of sick
Federation of' Government leave taken by the average em- in-service. examinationsas
Employees, AFL/CIO, has been ployee by Just one-half day It ncedM
distributing literature to graded means the equivalent of over one The Chairman of the Civil Ser-
employees and assisting the local million man-days per year." A vice Commission has )been
iWi965FIAT AFGE, Navy Lodge 696 officialsIn recent Civil Service Commission directed to "take leadership In
conducting a membership drive sick-leave study showed that developing and improving this
here this week. Federal workers average 8.3 program In co-operation with the
Their schedule for the remain- days of sick leave a year. Secretary of Health,Education
der of the week is as follows: He stressed that "It is up to and Welfare and the Secretary of
Thursday, July 29, 1965 each employee and each top Labor." The CSC Chalrmanwill
Public Works official to take care of his own report annually to the Pre
Bldg. 1200
to 1230 Conference Rm. 212 Mid health. Health Is a personal sident on the extent, costs,results -
second floor responsibility." and evaluation of the pro-
Friday, July 30, 1965 Good health, he noted, Is a key gram and will make recommendations -
factor In employee productivityas .
Bldg. 101. 1100 to
motivation, ,challenging -
are training
1300 O&R Conference Rm.
Bldg. 110, Supply 1130 to ] work, fair play, and recognition Schools Open For
1230, 3rd Floor N.E. Corner of superior performance -
Room near vending machines., Accounting Sept.6

MONT'SHRIMP Y SPECIAL The ,Training Division, Industrial -
Relations Department,
announces the formation of after-
DINNER 99c' hours accounting classes for
ATC-211, Elementary Accounting -
ALL you N', EAT I((3 credits 3 hours), Mon-

OPEN DAILY We Make o Specialty of day nights, 6-8 p.m. ATG-
11:30: A.M. TO 10 P.M. 313 or equivalent study Is a prerequisite -
y I ABSOLUTELYNO CAli"lSti for the latter course.
SHRIMP The courses will start during the
.OYSTERS week beginning September 6,
19 65.
-STEAKSRED A registration fee of $42.00
t / Is required and in some cases,
I MONEY 'TAI be reimbursable upon successful
; completion of the course. A pen-
I"eH'EadS : alty of $5.00 will be assessedfor
late registration. All appli-
3438 3LANDING DL VOl P1 I .sNE 771. d cants for these two courses must
DOWN complete the.registration by Au-
gust 25, 1965.
For additional information,
registration forms, text books
and payment of fees, contact the
Training Office, Industrial Relations -
Department,Room 225-G,
Building 907, or call extension
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I If YaAsh lJs Ticket SalesEncouraged By New Red Cross Gray Roads Lady CourseBy

Foe Massey
This week the column moves to man won't though. But, then,
Cecil Field to ask the personnel short term per- Recreation Div. Want the chance to meet new and Interesting people? Learn while

what effects the GI Cold War sonnel are prob- you are really helping others? Hslp pass the days while hubby Is

Bill will have on Navy people if ably not career away on cruise! Then take advantage of the Gray Lady course that

it is passed. minded to start Spectating can be fun in Jacksonville the Red Cross is sponsoring in conjunction with the medical facili-

LTJg. D.P. Robertson,VA-64- with. and to help show you that ties at NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field.

MI I have one degree and would like "One hundred this is true, the Special Services Part- of-tnc course win oecon-

to go back to school for another., and sixty dollars '... ..... Recreation Division offers tic- ducted at Jax part will be on The Jacksonville Commissary
But I don't think( amonthisn'tgo-< kets to various sporting and other the spot training at the Cecil tore will Join with the othe
this bill will influence '" : Ing to be enough PRINGLE I entertainment at a reduced rate. Field Dependent's Clinic You resale activities in the area and

my getting < ', for a man to go through school, The City of Jacksonville has pick where you want to work prohibit smoking on the sale
out of the 'fIt': >;' support his family, and make ends taken it's place among the finestin the Cecil clinic or Jax Hospital floor effective next Tuesday, August -

Navy. One hun ,} .f : meet. When a man gets out of( the South for producing top You will find both places interest- 3, 1965, Extremely limited
dred and sixty}11 i. the service he should know what spectator entertainment. This Is ing and rewarding.The manpower and the large number
dollars won't]. ." i he Is going to do: I don't think proudly exhibited in the beautiful classes will begin early of patrons served prevents the
.... 'E! Store from continuously
hack ; that the' from this Commissary
expenses at extra money Civic Auditorium, Baseball Sta- this fall. For more complete
school I would ROBERTSONneed bill will be that great an tnjfhience. dium, Coliseum and Gator Bowl Information watch this paper keeping the sales floor

at least $3,600 more a yearto ." These ultra-modern entertain (Fae Massey's Red CrossRoads lean of cigarette debris. Smoking -
attend the school J.C. Edwards SA Dental the Red Cross on the salesfloor has also
I would like to. ment centers have been designedwith ) or phone
"I have a wife and three child "For me a lot depends on the the viewing comfort of the Field Representative at NAS Jax aused damage to merchandise
ren; It takes a good income Justto future. A lot of sailors are career spectator in mind. or NAS Cecil Field. hich is a direct expense to Its

support them. minded, ,, > :" '::: "" ', '>,.' Tickets to these sports centersare patrons. It Is felt that by prohibiting
** the sales-
smoking on
"For a single man this is a other are Just Into : .," available throughout the sea-
and Invitation is floor you will be able to shop
good opportunity. serve get son to military personnel and A very cordial extended
Ronald J. Demicheli, SN; out. ',' their dependents. Discount tic- to all "capped" Gray In a more pleasant and sans

Supply "This won't effect my "In a big way T ry4tF kets are available to all the Jacksonville Ladles who have recently movedto tary Commissary Store.

Navy Career. I- "'-l this btllwillhelp! l Suns AAA Baseball this area (and those wbo ave
haven't made up't'r men that previously games, and the Jacksonville Ro- been temporarily Inactive within
my mind yeti! \8 ,Itj f couldn't t: bins, professional football home the area) to pullout the old
whether or not* afford to go to EDWARDS games. A limited number of foot uniform and join the group again.

I want to go to-|\- l,,{ school wlthcutgolng overboard on ball tickets are available for the We'd like to see you again. Wel-
college but If 1 I'' 'fl.t <. working while In school. What University of Florida games come back I IA CkutVdSEE Y

would decide toj ,: i pay we get In the Navy isn't played in lax and Gainesville.
go the bill would..::.a.1 ..7. "- enough that we can afford tosave These tickets are usually put on newspaper reporter said toa PAGE 16 AND. ,
be alot of help DEMICHELIin for the future." sale in September of each sea- lecturer: "You have a great YOU'LL KNOW WHYI

financing the costs. son but are not offered at a reduction gift for oratory. How did you

"I hope, that as with the old in cost. develop It?" RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
GI Bill, this one will go for Children's Hour The Composite Recreation "The same way," the speaker ,

more than Just a college edu- Fund purchases a number of said, "I learned to Ice skate.
cation. Not everyone is cut out Begins At NATTC memberships to the annualGator I kept making a fool of myself

for college but many people could Station LibraryStory Bowl Classic, played on the Sat- until I mastered It." CEDAR HILLS

benefit for education of other urday nearest January L These Supervision
tickets on sale In September on
types go
hour, a time for tales of
R.H., White CMA3; Trans- giants, pirates, and talking butterflies a first cane, ffrst served basis, CHIEF CAMPBELL'S
portation "This bill won't effect and sell for 7.25 thus coveringthe
will be held
tomorrow at j
me any ben cost of the membership.Also Blanding Tenneoo
3 at Naval Air Technical
cause I have' "F .. offered throughout the SERVICE STATION
't Center's for
Pi. Training library
make\ are tickets tothelocalsymphony -
planned to \ 4'Ji.V.t.: children of service personnel and year
the Navy a career civilian employees aboard the and various musical and 103 rd and Blanding Offers
theatrical that take
events placeIn
L .j ;: ", Naval Air Station.
"For the average -,' ':;>J-i' the area.Another .
NATTC's librarian, Miss lona GAS FOR LESSTo
sailor that IT ;:;'>,t very popular service
said that hour
M. Nelson
of L_ story offered is the sale of Florida
come out high Personnel And
will be held every Friday after- Military \
school and JoinsflITE Hunting and Fishing licenses a- .
After each session
noon. new All Government Employees
the Navy to get his military obligation long with area permits for hunt-
books for children will be re-
of the there ing In State Game Preserve
out way
'leased she added. GAS WAR IN PROGRESS
should be some good benefits to areas.
this bill If it becomes law." "We are to certainly bring their encouraging children Tickets or licenses may be WATCH OUR PRICES
Station purchased from the Ticket Sales
Pat YN1 Per-
Valenty, ; to these sessions The childrencan Also Brokework Tuno-ups, Lubrication, Wash & Wax. We
sonnel bill would effect Counter In Bldg. 704, Monday
"This not .
develop Products Delco Batteries
widen their experience, carry Top Quality Firestone
'" thru from 8 4:30
Friday, a.m.
my career Interest about the unknown tires. Quaker State Oil.
intentions at the'\ A p.m. Additional information can
present time. Just by hearing stories told.Also be obtained by calling Ext. 8791 What we don't sell, but you get FREE is
"It would be,'\1 1t the enjoyment that they can find during regular working hours. Complete Courteous Service.
in books will remain withthem"
good If extra! f.t; always The Plan of the Day for NAS also
f"" Miss Nelson said.
money was aUoi it.1cated carries Information regarding
to give active f;> tickets available and their price.

duty personnel -* ..- __J Asked by the teacher to define
more VAlENTY Heredity, little EmU explained How does It happen that nature MONEY IN 1 DAY

money towards tuition aid The : "Heredity means that if so wonderful In other ways,

present Navy man would con- your grandfather didn't have any didn't design women with feet to $
25 $600
fit their shoes to
sider these educational bene- children, then your father probably ?
wouldn't have had and The Big Man.
fits more Inviting. any,
CJ. Pringle, PC1 "Short neither would you, probably." j
term Navy personnel will bene- Nat'l Retired Teachers Ass'n WESCONNETTFURNITURE Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

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At Work/ I A Typical Day In The Life Of A Navy Wave I I Or, On Liberty. :. yniii /I.I

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AN AIRCRAFT Inventory is carried out on a UH-2B helicopter. Assisting STOCK NUMBERS for parts aren't' always easy fo find. Here ChiefW. AFTER A HARD day of' work, a good book. helps Sharp to relax IN THOSE LIBERTY hours there's' no to relax c than take
!' Sharp is J. H. Buckman, AMS2, who also works in Hgr. 1 117. E. Burns, AMSC, shows Sharp where to find the stock number of f and relieve the tensions that have built up. your pole down to the ole fishin'' hole. )
one of' the UI l.A Pipers. ,I
to liberty time as a chance to sitting back until the fish strikes. lous clothlng'that makes up her sisted that bringing women into
Tomorrow Waves stationed d at tell the story of one day In the tage over Waves who hold downa has become part of the daily $ relax and perform necessary For sport mats a little more civilian wardrobe. the Navy was the beginning cEde
various bases and installations life of a typical Wave. Although desk job as she works in routine. !_ chores,'such as maintaining her active, she also enjoys bowling At night when all other: choresare end. But 23 years later, ViSharp
... throughout the U.S. and Europe her job Is only one of die twenty-- Hangar 117 which Is on the flight The working day (for her division S room, washing and ironing,etc.. and maintains a (fairly good aver done It's' a good time to and the other 6,000 women in
will gather! to celebrate a very two that are per formed by women line, next to the NAS tower.After begins at '7:30: a.m. and S'j---w For relaxation and enjoyment, age. catch up with her reading while uniform have proven that notonly
special day for them. For tomorrow In the Navy, she performs her: one listens to the constant revvingof in the course of the day she will there's' nothing that compares Off-hours may also Inctode a listening to somesoothing music.Or candeydothejthhit, I
they will celebrate their duties with the same sense of accomplishment jets and prop planes day after perform many tasks that include: with getting out that fishing rod shopping> trip to one of the local perhaps this is the night that thattbeycandoituweilaodin '
23rd Anniversary as a pan of the that is typical of day, it becomes questionable thatit taking: aircraft inventories of ; or bamboo pole and casting it stores, pocketbook allowing. her favorite TV show comes on. some cases even better,than ,"
Navy. Waves throughout* the Navy. is an advantage! but for VI it the helicopters> and other smallS In a pond or stream and:! then There she can browse at var- Whatever the job that was performed their male counterparts. )

Since: that day July 30, 1942 Viola M. Sharp is a Aviation _. : or however the liberty May the Waves in the U.S. I. j
when President Roosevelt signedthe Storekeeper 2nd class, who at the S __ ------ ; t- ,.'::. t.','.\\V, t:'. ',,; ') time was spent another day has Navy have many future anlver- I
law authorizing the Waves to present time Is TAD to the Opera :S i- __ ended for VI Sharp a day In sides and continue. for yearsto
become an official part of the tions Maintainence Division of thelifeofaWave. assume their role In the defense
Navy, the women who have serv- Main Supply. There, as super- r- __J S In 1942 the old salts in- of this great nation.

ed have come a long way ingain-. visor of the Material Control r '
big the respect and: admiration Unit she works with sailors and It
\ the people they work with. Waves to order and! maintain
\ In order to pay tribute* to the parts (for aircraft, transient

Waves staioned aboard the Naval planes, and flight gear (for pilots. ; i_. *,.*
Air Station, we have decided to "VI", does have one advan- *kfL : ______ ,! 'H PERFECTEDCOLOR


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'WITH THE HELP of Mary NelsonSh,ShBp' looks at one bf the sweaters S
among the large seledionolclo houndat a Roosevelt Mall store. \\ pi4f --

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planes that are maintained d by which means numerous phone _4DLV ZENITH 1
!' 't the division. Parts must be calls to other supply units both TV
11"l; ,>......d.......::1, '>'. t ordered and in order to do this here at NAS sometimes other $* CONSOLE )
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F' "' '! >p't' "' ... .Jk. often means looking for the hidden throughout .-
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parts are ordered. be enjoyablto task if, nevertheless 59'95'
Control responsible for is the ALTHOUGH ironing may not a very 3 ;
THE AIRCRAFT parts that come to the Material Control Division Shipments of parts come to the used must be done. Sharp tacklesthejobwith the same determination
must be unit be. checked and upkeep p of the airplane by few smiles too.
checked inandthensenttothe personnel who need them.? everday to : she displays at work and adds a \'!<
l who the Commander Fleet Air Jack- \
marked (for the personnel -
the need sonville. Sharp and herassistants
need them. Many t times
See us for a vacation loanBARNETT'Ct4 for a part is urgent and must insure that parts are on hand
for this plane so that it will be MOTORSTHE
be obtained that same lf !
IMPORTED PARTS operational whenever needed.

But, like her counterparts,if'snot MODEL 5315/UI/
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H' New Books Offered By Library Women's BE n BHfflBBBBBBBBK0 HHBBIB Side MvflM M

THE CHAPLAINS RAID by Ric geological expedition whose diggings John Hillaby. When the authorof
Hardman. Trying to sand likea go backward in time as this zany travel story started the Story
tough, experienced Marine, far as the stone age. across eleven hundred miles of Of f
Charlie Danbom Invented a pas- African desert at the head ofa
THE AMBASSADOR by MorrisL. Shlrl Conaughton
sionate girl from Escondldo and camel train, he was strictlyan By
West. Maxwell Gordon Am-
plunged himself and the three amateur. But he made it -
the ambassador of theti-
chaplains Into a series of luna burley, for delightful armchair travel
tle, had served the Departmentfor
tic adventures and foul-ups. A 35 years and been ambas- reading.; Photos are Included. Notes Of Interest

robust, rollicking and funny novel sador for ten. He had been tossed BUYER BEWARDI by Fred Tr-
his of difficult situations ump. An expose of common con- Please call 781.0968, Shirl training Saturday July 24. The
THE SOURCE by James A. Mic- but his latest assignment surpassed fidence games and other ways the Conaughton to place news ItemsIn Lovely hilltop home of Lcdr &
hener. The author of Hawaii and them all the United public has been defrauded; by the Notes of Interest column.If Mrs. Hank Strong was the scene
Caravans here tells the story of States Ambassadorship to South fake guarantees;health quackery; possible call in the evenings. and Lcdr. and Mrs. way Hill
the Holy Land as the birthplaceof Vietnam. Investment, real estate and Insurance All news of Interest are served as the Co-hosts for the
three great religions throughthe trickery. The author tel- needed the new Teen Topics barbeque dinner. Cdr. & (.Irs.
findings of a fictional arch- JOURNEY TO THE JADE SEAby Is succinctly how to avoid being will run weekly. Dodge McFall were among the
defrauded and where to turn for first to arrive. Other guests
Much of the Information Officers wives of the
help. VFP-62 were Lt. & Mrs. John Kirk-
ltilet Marina_ came from Better Business Bu light Photographic squadron attended patrick, Lt. & Mrs. Jack Penny,
reaus. a coffee Thursday at the Lt. ((1g) & Mrs. Al Crebo, Lt.
AND BOATYARD home of Mrs. Jack Frost. Mrs. (jg) & Mrs. Bob Hamel, Lt.
As stated by N. Cousins, "The
l Frost chose a vivid two piece Robert Cole, Lt.
& Mrs.
MERCURY SALES & library Is not a The
blue dress for entertaining. (jg) Thorny Thornhill and:! his
worship of books. It is not a tem-
ple where one's devotion to the co-hostess Mrs. Jim Balaun date Miss Pat Tate, and Lt.(jg)
wore a light blue printed cotten.
Wet & Dry'Storage Marine Ways bound book is expressed ritualA Mrs. Thomas Mauney, wife of Skip Wright.
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET library, to modify the famous the Executive Officer, held a TEEN TOPICSCongratulations
'metaphor of Socrates, should be
conference In her home
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH the delivery room or the birthof planning to Raymond
ORANGE PARK' PHONE 264.98351| ideas a place where history July 20th. Mrs. John Baals Arsenault on Winning a Scholas-
was appointed Chairman for the
comes to life." Scholarship Ray
fourthcomlng Cecil Field Wo will major in math when school
men's Club Bazaar. Mrs. Gig starts September 13. Upon his
Conaughton will serve as booth

lt gmnJdj 1y( 13e; Tbiftyf! chairman.VF-14 Mrs. Richard B. KingIs In .Ray graduation. .received Student from of 10 different the FernanduiaHigh Year,awards by the

entertaining a house guest school faculty,best all round student -
her Hyde Grove Acre home. Mrs. by the Rotary and science
Robert Wllmer Is visiting from award, math award, Spanish
San Diego, California. The Naval medal, Most Intellectual and
Air Station Officers Club has a
and several others.
most popular(:
very active evening program for
Officers and their families. Sunday Bruce Pennlngton, another out
Evening Is Family Buffet standing student returns to Harvard -
night, Monday:! the steak cod<-oot In September after completing -
on the patio, Tuesday the his first year and making the
I 1 Foreign night, and Wednesday, Deans List a very; very,
Is Family Night with a Teen Band high honor. Bob Pennlngton.a
on the Patio. recent graduate of Lee High,will
'# VA-44 Replacement Pilot attend the university of Virginia
Class 6 celebrated the comple- this year. Bob was Vice Presi-
s tion of the Survival Phase of their dent of the National Honor Society
for 1965.

MIDNIGHT Ladies AuxilaryOf

o SHOCKSHOW Branch* 126

this SAT. NIGHT! Elect DelegatesUnit

(Doors Open 11:30 p.m.) 126, Ladies Auxiliary of
the Fleet Reserve Associationheld
Its monthly
meeting on July
oo'f IN Color. 20, 1965 at the Fleet Reserve
"TtiE BLOB" Hall on Dlanding: Blvd.
\ with Steve McQueen The order of business Includedthe
II amuDIHOSAURUS" election of the Southeastern

Regional Caucus, to be held at

\ 1 (For Charity Sponsored by Pensacola, August 5,6, and: 7.
women of the Motion Picture The delegates will be Grace
}nduatrrJIMPERIAL ) Sandefer, Mildred Whitmire and
Elsie Boyd.

AMOUNT AT END OF The CPO Wives Club will hold

3 Yrs. 5 Yrs. 10 Yrs. their regular business meetingat
the CPO Club, Bldg. 593, on
Monday, August 2 at 8 p.m. All
$5 M0. $186.66 $318.30 $673.50 wives are Invited to attend this

I $15 M0. $559.97 $955.49 $2,028.83 meeting.
BLDG. 26 $20 M0. $746.82 $1,274.64 $2,708.66 BLDG. 39
I T.I. SP 1.3211 T.I.384.4121Ext.
205 $25 M0. $933.48 $1,593.42 $3,385.50 Ext. 8507.8508

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MoviesMovies Club Schedules :

[ will be shown regularly "0" CLUB Music this Fri- CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB j
7 p.m. Monday through Satur- ji
". day will be provided by Charlie TODAY i
Jay with Johnny Jelinek on Sat- ,
NATTC will have two featurees urday. Monday is Steak Cookout "Bar Open" Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- night on the patio. For the 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
Jays and Sundays. The bospi- gour- FRIDAY later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
met, Tuesday's dish will "
wlll have one feature on Sun- foreign 10 oz. Club Steak" at $1.50. arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
by Mexican. During the summer a 10 oz. "Slfet Steak" at $1.90
's at 7 p.m. following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
Patio Band will be featured I
Ml evening movies at Cecil every and "Shrimp Dinner" at $1.00. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be /

Id begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday.CPO Dance night misic by Mark received WITH.the copy for the ad. j
CLUB The Chiefs Club Castle. SEND CASH
are subject to change
piese Is open for regular business: In RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .2.00
Thursday, July.29 Bldg. 593 and Is serving light Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . 0.50 I
lunches. Dancing this Saturday "Lobster Dinner" at $2.25 and ,

_S Apache Gold LexBarker night will be to the Mark Castle "12 oz. T. Bone Steak" at $1.55. _ i
Combo. Dance night music by the Moon r--- t- .r------- I
TTC Man In the DarkWil-
liam Sylvester, Barbara Shel- ACEY DUCEY. March Wilson lighter's Band.
ey and the Redcoats will provide SUNDAY DEALER OVERSTOCKED on refrigerators HOUSE 'FOR SALE 7462 Melvin I

pital Girls on the Beach dancing music this Friday with "Steak washers, dryers & Rd. Nothing dn. 3 BR, 1
ach Boys and Lesley Gore Phil Cay and the Chantels on Special"MONDAY T.V's. Most Items below cost. B, Scr Pch, Cpt., 7713596.

|ll Field-Young Cassidy-Rod Saturday. The band for Sunday 5521 Blandly Blvd. 7717070. I

[aylor, Flora Robson night has not been announced. "Bar Open"

Bingo every Sunday afternoon OLD FASHIONED PIT BBQ, HOME FOR SALE. Have nice j

Friday, July 30 Tuesday night.BLUEJACKETS. TUESDAY"Bar draft beer, shuffle board, Mc- modern 7 room house, with 221 I
INN- Carl Open" Ginn Tavern, 3638 Park St. acres of rich coal land. ThisIs I
Secret of Blood Island Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will
at Dancy, 389-9217. an Ideal mountain home with )
|arbara Shelley, Jack Hadfey provide the entertainment on WEDNESDAYGame trout stream and plenty hunting !

rTC Apache Gold-Lex Barr Thursday and Saturday. Friday mgnt Bingo will be Real Estate: Information on ground. Will sell reasonable,

_ and Sunday's dancing will be to played, starts at 7:30 p.m. Jackpot sales, purchases, equities, rent- write P.O. Box 91, St. Charles, I
pltal Man In the Dark-Wll- Phil Cay and the Chantels. Bingo of $200.00 if you bingo within als or FHA VA homes. Call Virginia 24282.
im Sylvester, Barbara Shel- I L* featured on Wednesdays. 61 numbers or less.Schooled. ,
Walter T. Bowen USN Rtd.

\ Charter Real Estate Co. 387-
Field Kisses For My In. 6511 or 387-2851 at night. TWO GOOD BUYS In exclusive

sident -Polly Bergen, Fred STOPAT Sabotage. small subdivision owned by build

Murray Licensed to Kill! HOUSE FOR SALE -OrtegaHlUs er. Custom built homes. Excellent -

Sophia Loren 7241 Plnevllle Dr. near NASJax. neighbors. Big trees.
July 31 NE corner Plainfleld and Campbell :
ISaturday THIS SIGNCARPETS George Peppard 3 Bedrooms Den; 11/2 Baths,
CAPE COD model features
finished low down
$_- Beach Blanket Bingo newly ,
upstairs privacy. 4 bedrooms,
ankie Avalon, Annette Funllo payment will pay closing cost.
387-2428 after 4:30 p.m. 2 baths. Huge 2 car garage.No .
closing costs. Assume
1c Secret of Blood Islam-
$15,000 $2000
Itrbara HOMES SALE'' RENT mortgage.
', Shelley, Jack Had- CONTEMPORARY model Is US
Some no dn, Many $0 $100
Steel construction. A/C 3 BR,
tal dn. No closing costs. New
Apache Gold Lex
2 B. Lg LR/DR area. Very
homes All the
L crI X-TRAS FamilyRm
functional floor plan 1 1/2
I f-ft Gt, l.teld -.Girls on the.Leach- Fenced yd., built-in RIo car 20000. $2000 dn.,
;fB *ch Boys, and Lesley Gore You name It. TIMMERMAN 2642424. J
RLTY, BRKR 771-2792 and

.' IjSunday, August 1 771186LACK
NORMANDY conv. NAS & Cecil,
NAS \ Last World of Sinbad -
Japanese+ Cast NEW Reg. Black Min. Poodle den, 3 BR, 1.1/2 B, stove ref

Beach Blanket Male 2 yrs old. $70. Call 388- beautiful fenced yd org. owner.
JKATTC Bingo x
TTjrankie Avalon, Annette Funi- 7676 or 771-7265 after 6 P.M. GI mtg. appt.. please. 781-2607.


Secret of Blood 2 COMPLETE
Would like ride:.or will consider GRUNDIG PORTABLE TAPE
,and Barbara Shelley, Jack 18 HOLE COURSES
ley taking a rider from the Beach RECORDER mike magnetictape
area to the Jacksonville Naval kit; Best offer. 725-3756
Field Man In the Dark -
illiam Sylvester Barbara PUTT PUTT Air Station and return. Working after 1800.
hours 8-4:30, Mondays through
illey INCOLOR Fridays. Call extension 434.


Monday, August 2 4 dr, white aft, htr., good cond.

FOR SALE 3 BR home closeto $895. 3842878.
4825 Blvd. THE
Til Take Sweden Bob Blanding
NAS $50 month.
$100 down
lope, Tuesday Weld SPY MISSION
Call Art Powell USN RET 264-
ITTC Last World of Sinbad- MERCURY 60 MONTERREY
fapanese Cast PHONE 771-2803 (CODE NAME: 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. cord, more for your money extras -

"OPERATION I must sell 2495564.
spltal Beach Blanket Blngor -
rankle Avalon, Annette Funl-
9 am 12 mid. Weekdays Now Showing
elloField 1965 DIAL-A-MATIC
Apache Gold Lex TRADE 6829 TINKER BELL
arker 1 pm -12 mid. Sundays"America's Ff.ORIDA ZIG-ZAGS that have never been LANE 3 BR, bath & Utility

used. They were LAYAWAYS, rm, carport, wall to wall car-
Fun Sport" Open 12:45 never picked up, customers left pet, redwood fence, Equity .
Tuesday 3
area, we are unable to locate 3000. Cash offer or What

Invitation to a Gunfight them. You can have these ma- have you 7717983.FOOF'S .
lYul\ Brynner, Brad Dexter chines for the balance $47. Cashor

pTC r U Take Sweden Bob terms. Will take older ma-

(Hope, Tuesday Weld A1LbLEY' chine In trade. Ph 3531946any SPOOFS
bpltal Last World ofSinbad- time will deliver, no obli

f Japanese Cast gation. A-l Sewing Machine Co.
cell Field Secret of Blood Is-
j land Barbara Shelley, Jack LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO of ,..BUr you
GO DISCOTHEOUEIDANCING the time to review your Life in-

Wednesday, August 4 UNTIL 2 AM surance. If you desire assistanceor n N MUM

|AS Young Fury Rory Calhoun are considering more pro-

Virginia Mayo LADIES NIGHT EACH tection for your family CALL
ATTC Invitation to a Gun- THURSDAY EVENING. DON MAPES, USN Ret. 354-

fight Yul Brynner Brad MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES 4483 or 3871529. .

lospltal ril Take Sweden-Bob '
FOR SALE 5354 Yerkes, 3BR,
Hope Tuesday Weld 3909 BLANDING ULVD. IB, near Hyde Park school and ;
ecO j
Beach BlanketBin-
CASE LOIS AT t.uat:: + 10%' DRIVE-SERVICE. NAS. FHA appraisal 13000.
go Frankle Avalon, Annette shown Sat. and Sun. EV 41989.

Funlcello 1 1r I

JULY 29, 1965

for a limited number of scholar-

s ships to the newly opened Marine

1 Xl JAX MARINES ( Military In announcing Academy. the offer, .A-

r wt Ii cademy officials placed the scho-

larships In three categories.The

t first and second groups are for
scholarships of 1000.00 per

: ___ their resume to the following school year for sons of Marine
.: By GySgt. Joel S. Ferguson
: commissioned and noncommissioned
.a i iJr : : NAS Ext. 400 addresses: officers.

RUNNERA PROTESTANT A third group of scholarshipsIs
TIle General Commission on
,r S' Marine student at AO School, Chaplains and Armed Forces open to any boy. These are
,. Pfc. John W. Harmon, enteredthe Personnel 122 May land Avenue work scholarships requiring performance -
All-South Track and Field 20002 of various academy
'" Washington. D.C., N.E.
: J1 Championships last week and won jobs and duties. Work scholar-

.. Y.t the 880. Sponsored by the Ameri CATHOLIC ships have a value up to $500.00.
--- can Athletic Union, the recent National Catholic Community awarded
Scholarships are on
JUNGLE FOOTWEAR Marines in the Republic ofViet-Nam are event was held at Clearwater Services, PersonnelDepartment, the basis of academic potentialand
wearing a new combat boot found to be more favorable in tropical High School Clearwater, Ha., and 1312 Massachusetts Avenue, In
climates than the present all-leather boot.FRESH was open to both college and past participation extracurricular
activities.At .
high school participants. In addi- Washington, D.C., N.W. 20005
tion to winning the 880,Pfc.Harmon JEWISH the same time the scho-
also placed sixth In the mile National Jewish Welfare larships are being offered, the
and 4th In the two mile run. Board, Director of Community Academy's Headmaster is asking -

Pfc. Harmon Is the son of Mr. Services, 145 East 32nd Street, help In building Its library.The .
4Y111 and Mrs. Wm. H.. Harmon of New York, N.Y. 10016 Academy's officials are especially -

ssss.1 Interested In obtaining

a history books, military and
scientific books, and classics,
and good novels.

Marines Interested In the

scholarship grants should write

/ the Marine Military Academy's
Registrar at Harllngen Texas.
\ The mailing address for those

u desiring to donate books is: Dr.
William D. Masters Head-

master, Lt. Col, USMC (Ret),
S ;T Marine Military Academy, Harllngen -

; r r Texas.

'rL a The Marine Military Academy
is a private Institution and has
WATER FOR VIETNAM Five Navy Seabee welMrillingteami
no official connection with the
are b'n'nre.h' water to the salt marshes and rite paddle of Marine Corps.
r the Mekong Delta in the Republic of Viet-Nam. This armed drilling

team discusses operation on one of the well in the Delta area CONGRATULATIONS

_' /f Congratulations are In order
for recently promoted corporals
ft UNIQUE ASSIGNMENT GySgt. Ralph A. Tafolla, Asit. Marine and lance
corporals at Marine
;; Z? .4 9'BY Barracks Guard NCO, gives rifle marksmanship instruction to Boy Barracks, Jacksonville. Pro-
Scouts of America attending summer field training at Camp moted to corporal were: DavidB.
Ochockotee on Doctor's Inlet near Orange Park Working for Camp
Edwards, Richard A. Pennell
BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. Director Les Easterling, GySgt. Tafolla is helping over 2,000 Scouts ,
Jr. Dean S. Jackson Willie
t qualify for rifle marksmanship merit badges during the annual ,
Townes Gerald
camp season (June 13-August 17)). GySgt. Tafolla is assisted by R. Ryan and
Cpl. John L. Roberts, also a member of Marine Barracks, NAS. Jerry L. Pursley. Selected for
lance corporal were Gary L.

20243 18th Ave. So., Seattle, SCHOLARSHIPS Nast and Donald G. Nance. Promotion

Washington, and graduated from warrants were presentedt
Mt. Rainier High School Sons of Marine Corps com- appropriate ceremonies by

Des Moines, Wash. He will receive missioned and noncommissioned Maj. B. Lubka, Commanding Of-
an AAU medal for winningthe officers are eligible to apply ficer.TENNIS .

880 event.


abwo / '. / ,
.y y. yW ,. physical conditioning pro-
gram for permanent personnel
assigned to the Aviation Detachment d B d .
got underway Mon
day. Henceforth the physical i
training will be conducted every
Monday and Thursday by the S3I&k

PATIO Operations and Training Officer.
To take part In the program, !
T .r
Marines muster on the ball field %
B 't I
D K B BR I Ia across from Detachment Head-
quarters at 4 p.m. Mondays and ; !
Thursday and participate in var-
cGAR. 'd. ..
ious exercises until '" ; A
4:30 .
p.m. f ,.
[; The physical conditioning program I" :'<<'fI4It'j" '\ .
? Is In addition the r, > '
CLL to Ma- t ,'_ : '''''1
rine's quarterly physical readi- :'< "1'J' ,,-p,;.."

ness test. {' ,'1 < ,
:" *
27 JOBS 1' -<. < .,y ,

From the Newsletter For Retired TIME Five hoppy Marines took time out to pose for this
I Model A-4 Marines we learn that the photo after participating in the Sixth Naval District Tennis Tournament -

Built tor the Dad who loves to tinker, or for Mom's foul General Commission on Chap- held here earlier this month. They are, from left, 2dlt.
weather room, this is our garage entry. Extra storage area lains and Armed Forces Per- George J. O'Connell, Pensacola; GySgt. Dick Money, MCSC, AU
in the garage is your added bonus if your choice is this sonnel announced that there bony, Ga.; Capt. Jim Tarr, Pensacola; SSgt. Pat Voyles, MAD Jax.;
are and MSgt. Calvin A. Liepold, MCSC
model Albany, Ga. All things con-
approximately 6000 jobs open to sidered, the Marines made
a good showing Tarr the
L1LIE1I30E : :: church military related retirees In church and open singles, 2dlt,0'Connellalong with It.jg. Marty Fedigan won, won
activities. These
the doubles, and MSgt. Leipold and GySgt.Money were
: : : : :BUILDERS: INC: positions are not In religious in the senior doubles. SSgt. Voyles placed high in the open runners-up singlesand
occupations, but cover such jobsas was chosen as one of the representatives to compete for the
administration, teaching, air- Sixth District in the Regional Tournament being held at NTC Bainbridge .
You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at
your convenience plane pilots, and 80 other this week.
10 A.M.'to. Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21) typesof Maj. W. Laseter, MARTD Executive Officer,
.., occupations. Personnel Interested participated in the district tournament but was not present for the
shculd send a copy of photo.P .

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29 1965 PAGE 13

A Victorious Softball Team

FLASH IIIIA111111Vp.30


VP-30 To Meet Wins Softball Playoffs, I

AE "B" Team ForChampionship I

Spring Competition For IronmanPatrol ,!I

Squadron Thirty has won the Naval Air Station Intramural I
The All-Station Softball Softball Championship and the Ironman Trophy for the first half of
Championship will be decided tonight calendar year 1965. Along with these two honors, the Softball team
weather permitting at 7:30 won the adoration of Comm manager Charlie Guest, whose team won
p.m. at Enterprise Field when finished second in the Softball playoffs. Said Guest "Comm is proud, II
the NAS Intramural champions, to have been beaten. by the finest softball team around."
Patrol Squadron Thirty, meets Going into the final two gamesof J
the top team from the Naval Air the playoffs, all teams had been IhJO r oo r f
Technical Training Center's intramural eliminated except Communications Iw Hdfx I
league play, AE "B" who had dropped one gamein
school. the double elimination tourney, J
For anyone Interested insecingthe and VP-30, who had remained
top two teams from the two unbeaten. In the first game between -
intramural leagues competing a- the two, Comm came out on
gainst each other, tonight Is the top of an 11-9 score. Bob Anderson -
night. A mobile canteen will be at went all the way to record
the field to provide refreshmentsto the win for Comm which forced W'--I .
1i A PROUD VP-30 SOFTBALITEAM accepts**Station Softball Championship /1
go along with the All- the two teams to meet again In J ,h t > Trophy. They beat Communications 5-3 in the playoff
Championship softball competi- order to determine the winningteam. I t"'!$ ','.\ game Monday night giving them a total of'2950 points in the Iron-
tion.The \ 1' ", '\ k man Trophy contest.
Jax Navy varsity softball The first victory was closely ';'. ,
team will also play a double- fought battle not fully decided <'
header at Enterprise Field Fri- until the last VP-30 batterwasout "it1'';>I; ,. \ McDOliGALL'SINSURANCE
day night against the Terminal in the bottom of the seventh. ': ..
Trucking company of Jacksonville The teams had gone Into the sev- L'r
In an announcement just enth Inning tied at 6-alL LCDR J. A. NICHOLS PRESENTSthe JJ-
prior to press time, the NAS Com n scored five big runs In the runnerup Softball Cham- AGENCY. INC.
Athletic announced this pionship Trophy to CWO.4 J. H. MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
office top of the Inning, highlighted bya I!
game would begin at 7:15 p.m. grand slam homerun by Emil Lazenby who accepted the sword MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS \
for the Communicationsteam
The Jax Navy varsity softball Krnavek, Comm's shortstop. ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS
team will take on Eastern Air- Emil had smashed a solo homer background.VP30 SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS 22's FILED
lines In doubleheader Enterprise followed little time Naval Air Station Naval Station Office
a at earlier In the game, by lost gettingon Office
Field Saturday night at another solo blast off the bat of the Scoreboard in the second 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road
Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Jacksonville Fla.
7:15 p.m. 3rd baseman Larry Alverson to game. Ondo vied off the game Phone 388-7676 Phone 249. 649I
provide, the big hits for Ander-. with a booming triple, and
CF 'S.oftballStandings son's victory. scored on an infield grounder. I
Anderson allowed nine runs on Rada followed with a double and I f
nine hits,walked seven and struck scored on a single by Fowlerto
out two in recording the win. VP- give VP-30 a 2-0 lead, a JACKSONVILLE, TRAILER MART'SMHUeHOfM
TEAM W L 30 left six men on bases. lead which Comm never over-
v A-41. 11 0 Ralph Kinman absorbed the came.
ADMIX 8 1 loss for VP-30. He allowed 11 In the second Inning, Steven-
VF-174 7 2 runs on 10 hits, walked nine and son hit a double and scored ona
Marines 6 3 struck out one. VP-30 left 10. fielder's choice. Kinman, VP-
VA-45 6 5 men stranded on the bases. 30's hurler, got on first, took
Weapons 4 :5 Comm committed two errors second on an error, and scoredon
VC-4 5 6 while VP-30 made four miscuesIn a double by VP 30's catcher,
Supply 5 6 the field. Charlie Fields.
VFP-62 0 8 In the second Inning Lou Radaof VP-30 struck again in tile six-
VP-30 hit what was an apparent th on successive singles by Kin-
NAS Service inside-the-park homerun, man, Ondo, and Fields which
but failed to touch second base. loaded the bases. Kinman then
Wives Bowling Comm caught the mistake, and scored on a passed ball by Comm
Rada was called out on the appeal catcher Jackson.
Standings as of July 23, 1965
play.In. Comm scored two of their runs
Hullabaloos 34 14 the second game however, In the third inning when Gleasonand
Virginians 30 18 VP-30 came back with a 5-3 Jackson hit back-to-back ;1 '
Fugitives 2 22 win to win the IM championshipand doubles, followed by a single by #
Rogues 20 28 ensure winning the Ironman Wallace todrive I.nJackson. They II II L. '"
Munsters 20 28 trophy. Again Bob Anderson of scored their final run in the bot-
Saints 14 34 of the seventh inning when SPECIAL
Comm was the pitcher of record, tom
but suffered the loss and saw the Krnacek tripled and scored easilyon FINANCING .
With just a few weeks left In the Anderson.N' .
win go to Ralph Kinman. a single by
league anyone Interested In joining -
a fall league should contact -- ... WHY F TO ;

Kay Felton 771-2882 or leave ,.. ... .t NAVY 7r
their name at the bowling lanes. r

Women like a strong, silent THERE IS A RENT? r. PERSONNEL!
man because they think he's
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JULY 29, 1965Navy



Holds Meet HereThe By Dave ColbyWe

hope that Joe Namath becomes the object of love; the love of New
Jax Navy Sail Club play- York football fans, the love of Jet owner David Werblln, and the love
ed host to sailors of the Florida ladies.
of all New York's eligible young
Yacht Club and the Rudder ClubIn -
a trl-chib regatta run off the Joe is the young quarterbackfrom of to Baker Turner, 55 to running
banks of the statlonSunday after the coal mining who area has back Matt SnelL Snail's job is
noon. The two races were held Western Pennsylvania not premarly pass receiving, although -
twisted his to the top of the
over a triangular course three he can preform this offensive -
football pile. He is also
miles long.Classes. Y money he end
g operation; played
the man who Is going to
competing were In for two
': between a college years.
Rhodes Bantams ((7)), Wind- H 11t show the difference Overall the Jets finished
t and a $200,000one.
mills, ((3)), Suicides ((2)), and $400,000 pass seventh In pass offense 1 In an
Sunfish (3)). The top{ three win- THE JAX NAVY Pistol Team has added six new members to their This
team league. may
ners in each class were: organization, and they're all Waves. The women (from left to right) Namath, without a gamble,will have eight been because of Wood's
Windmill Noble Enge, Thad are: Lee Trojan SN; Ens. L. Logan; Cunningham, SN; Ltjg.J. become the Paul Homing per- but we would rather
Mosely, Bud Matt ay an G. Sharkey; Phyllis Patch, SK2; and JeanHynes, AN. Miss Shoe, sonality of the American Football think throwing of his protection and
Rhodes Bantam Al Johnson key received the Navy Expert Pistol Shot Medal in June after suc League pass
Ted Hanks Jim Glisson cessfully completing the 400-point F Course which consists of .various But then there Is a gamble involved receivers.No .
Suicides Gunnar Holt Tren rounds of slow, rapid, and time firing. Miss Logan added her with Namath's football future Receivers DraftedLast
name to the list of "expert shots"last Friday July 23, when she First there is the gamble
Ward also qualified to receive the medal. that "the man with the golden year the Jets didn't draft
Sunfish -Lou Caron,George
heavy on receivers. team
arm" have a knee like fool's
Potter, Ralph Ryan enlisted six potential catchers
gold. Last playing
The next tri-club regatta will year from the college ranks two of
Alabama, Namath had the cartilage -
be held at the Rudder Club, located Applications Being Taken in his right knee torn. After these, Including controversial
River at of future -
on the St. John's the college football' season was George Sauer Texas are
of Collins Road on August draft choices.
the foot
and Werblln had wrappedhis
8. A skipper's meeting Is Florida's Special Gun Hunt star in lots of green money TheJets did go l heavy on quar
scheduled at 1:30 p.m., with the the management rushed their terbacks. They didn't stop with
first race to commence at 2 p.m. the selections of Namath and
--Hunters who wish take in the hunts on prize draft choice into a complex
All spectators are welcome and to part gun Huarte. They also drafted Colum-
urged to attend. the Citrus Wildlife Management Area, have three months in which to knee operation. bia's record breaking Archie
The Sailing Club is still Interested submit applications to the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commissionat Contact Will Tell Roberts and Virginia Tech's AU-

In obtaining new mem- Tallahassee. in either of the Conference quarterback Bob
to participate two The Jets now in summer
about Individuals or parties of not
bers. Further information
special hunts scheduled for have not began Schwelckert.Last
gun training camp,
the than five hunters wishing
reached more
be at
the ebb can Wildlife year the Jets drew
the Citrus ManagementArea contact workout no one has
Recreation' Division, ext. 512. .- - should apply_ to the office of seen Namath's knee in full opera- 298,972 attendance. Over in Yan-
I COUPONROOSEVELT! the Game and Fresh Water Fish tion except on a dance floor kee Stadium the flopping Giants
Commission at Tallahassee 0 r Meanwhile in College-All- played before 440,517500 below -
the Regional Offices located at Star football camp, the Jet's their 1963 attendance The
MALLz Panama City, Lake City Ocala, $200,000 quarterback John Giants, with a 2-10-2 record,
Lakeland or West Palm Beach. Hurate has coach Otto Graham had one of the worst seasonsin
Official application forms and beaming and the opposition the the team's history.Whatprobably -
CARWASH information will then be mailedto Cleveland Browns working on made the season a bigger
each applicant for completion defense failure for Giant fans was
i' O and return toTallahasseebyOct- With this pair of half million the loss of quarterback Y.A.
' o OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM C 0 tober 25 for the drawing on dollar quarterbacks Werblln and Tittle.

I 0. THIS COUPON WORTH sac OFF o November L Jet coach Webb Eubank have The Card at Shea StadiumThe
' 3o o Gun hunting in the area will be gained so much confidence that
ON A CAR WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED. z limited to two controlled hunts, they traded away last year's Giants along with the
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER with not more than 1500 hunters regular quarterback Dick Wood. baseball Yankees, are falling fastat
in each hunt. Dates drawing crowds in New York.
i EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR'DAY participating for the two hunts are December From Red to Black The action Is over In Shea Stea-

10-11 and December 31-January Last year the Jets finished dlum with the Mets and the Jets.
AUTO WAX APPLIED 2. third in the eastern Division of Werblin will be putting qn a

FREE WITH CAR WASH! Hunters may not participate in the AFL with a 5-3-1 mark. The half million dollar quarterbackshow
more than one of the special team drew 195,422 more In attendance this fall He Is known to
COUPON hunts. Application forms may than in 1963 but still make stars for stage and screen
contain names of from one to five finished in the financial red. that's his business--whether he
persons, and will be consecutively This year Werblln is banking on can do the same for the foot-
ft numbered as received in Tal- his expensive quarterbacks toUt ball business may be a dif-
We 1RJ cotte"WESTSIDE : lahassee. No name will be hon- ( the team higher up in the ferent story.
Sunday: massacres, such as
ored on more than one application. league standings and alsotodraw
I AT Application must also indicate enough fans away from the NFL Tittle experienced last year,
date of hunt being appliedfor Giants to put his football investment don't draw fans in New York
VOLKSWAGEN, INC. and serial number of the pub- In the black. the way they did in Roman times

BE SURE TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY A lic Hunting Area Permit for each The Jets weren't an Impressive when the lions and Christianswere
"NEW" OR USED VW. member of the party. Total limit passing team last year. The providing the entertainment. -
for each hunt shall be 100 legal exact place to put the blame for Let's hope that some defensive -
WEEKEND SPECIALS buck deer. In such case as the weak aerial offensive isn't known. tackle doesn't decide to
hunters take 100 legal buck deer, Wood threw the ball 357 times prove that no quarterback \ is
on the first day of either hunt, and clicked on 168 of these at-
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:#,:tf 1, : o.. o I Golf Gab

Tennis MatchesAt

: A golf tournament for ages 12
,k' years and under and 13 through
(ALPS. W..kl1 F.ttur.) 18 has been scheduled for August BainbridgeEstelle

considered 11th and 12th at the NAS
Canoeing, by many
be still the Jax Golf Course. A total of 36
to a lost art, is St. CJair and Jackie
best way to travel to those out- holes will be played over the Taratuta have returned to NAS

of-the-way fishing spots that two-day period. Anyone desiringto Jax after competing in the .Atlantic -
can't be reached by wheels or participate may register In the Coast Waves Tennis

air travel And there are still pro shop at the course. Entry Tournament held at the Naval
fee is 100. All dependents interested -
hundreds of such places in the Training Center In Bainbridge.
are invited to compete.
world. Maryland last week. The girls
The NAS superintendent -
Lightweight and inexpensivewhen greens
were both defeated in the single
Lou Chaff slammed two
compared with other
elimination duringthe
boats, they can travel places eagles on the back nine last and teamedup
Open Singles play
Friday. They came up on the
where outboard inboardwouldn't
an or for the doubles to bede-
12th and 17th holes, both 525 Open
Ar be able Des-
to move.
feated in the 2nd round of that
pite a lot of tales to the contrary yards, to give him a total of also.

CAPT. J. R. MACKROTH CO, NAS WELCOMES little League to they are easy to handle 11 for one under par. competition
There will be an organizational Taratuta defeated Nancy Spur-
If little and
the Senior Division Tournament played here this week. a care
are used.Although meeting of the golf league i geon 6-2 "-5 in opening day competition -

the majority of A- for Athletic Officers of each but later suffered a 6-3,

lax Varsity Softball Splits merican-built canoes are built Command, Department and Unitto 6-1 loss toPatBusbey whoevent-
and outline rules took the In
with a stern thwart (seat) even promulgate ually runner-up spot
with gunwales,veterancanoeists and regulations for the Ironman the Open Singles.St. ,
Doubleheader With Hunter AFB will use those for back rests Intramural Sprots Program on Clair suffered a similar
rather than sitting. This lowers the 28th of July. Golf competition fate winning her first match,

the center of gravity and lessens for this program Is expected and dropping the 2nd match to
Saturday. July 24, thejax Navy a 5-3 edge and a little too much the chance' of tipping over. It to start approximately the 16th Wave Chief Petty Officer San-

Varsity Softball Team played hostto confidence. Winning pitcher was also Is easier to paddle cor- of August. ford.
the Hunter AFB team at En- Mike Btrnbaum who allowed five if the stern man is kneel- The first of a series of golf
rectly Winners of the tournament continued -
Field (double-head
terprise tournaments, a 36-hole medal
the bottom.
hits.The ing on north to Newport Rhode
er. second of the doubleheader match sponsored Com
game play
Remember is
a canoe not a Island to participate in the wo
In the first game Walt Brown was scoreless until rowboat and paddles are not sup- FairJax, has been scheduled to be
men's Tournament
singled to be driven in later In the bottom of the fourth when posed to be used like oars. In played here August 5th and 6th. being held All-Navy there this week.

the top half of'the first by Dick Don Jackson of Jax singled,stole the stern or bow position the The four top golfers of Fleet

Evans. In the bottom half of the secOndbase, and went on to homeon paddle should be as nearly verti- Units in the Jax area and the

same Inning Jack Fitzgerald was errors by the catcher and cen- cal as possible during the stroke; four top men from shore activi- CHURCH OF CHRIST
walked and made way to third on terfie lder. never across the chest excepton ties in the area will go on to
wild throws. Jim Beach sacri- Hunter's only run was made In recovery. represent ComFairJax and NAS NEAR NAS

ficed to right field to brng him the fifth when Sam Clark singled Jax, resepctlvely In the Sixth JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD.

In, tying it up 11. and made it home on a sacri- Naval District Tournament to be

No further score was made until fice and a single. CF Drops Three held 17 through 20 of August. SUNDAYS:

the top of the sixth when Sax went on for two more runs on the 23rd the South Atlantic 10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP
Lou Rada of Jax slammed a In the sixth when Lou Rada hit Tournament will commence, And 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP
homer with one man on base. In his second homer of the night Games, Top Slotto on the 30th the finalists will go 7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE

the bottom, of.the same Hunter with one. man on base. This was on to the AllNavyTournament WEDNESDAYS
came back with three runs toput the final run of the game leav- MacDill AFBCecil which will continue until the 2nd '

them again in the lead. ing Jax with a victorious 3-L of Sept. All matches! will be 7:30 CIIURCII: P.M. PHONE MID-WEEK SP SERVICE 1- 01:5:

Fitzgerald faced the plate for Maury Goff was the winning Field's varsity Softball played at the NAS Jax Golf MINISTER PHONE SP 1.2646FRt "
the third time in the bottom of pitcher. He allowecf hits, walk- team met disaster last weekend Course. '"
the last and came through for a ed 4, and struck out 4. Losing at MacDill Air Force Base.

home run. This was the final pitcher John Henry allowed 6 The Raiders dropped threegamesand <"':: ;* ', :' "" ::: '" ;
score of the game giving Hunter hits and struck out 3. the top spot in the Inter- :; : 1sf. :: i tlIi11QC;
flE S"
service league. it STfJ \ } : f'tl'
The Raiders went hitless In ,, : :::: : /
Sport ShortsThe Offers until the sixth ?' i ;: %'3{(
Fish Camp the first game :
Inning when John Littleton lineda ; ;
1965 ComFairJax Area
left field and scored
triple to
Softball Tournament will be played Boats t'J : ) ;
when the ball got past the left- '
here August 9th through 13th. ; : ) J \
The winners of this match will fielder. *:Wi1':::.<":s,:,U"" ?:::.: .t t_:,,':"'t:;":::'<' :::<': ?-'Wt&A'..1:.::;: '.'?',>."'y.oEJKf t''i" .'.." <' .>
To FishermanThe scored In the .t!<:; -10: *'w MkKwaiSS' ;;;
MacDill one run
"We love families families love
go on to Memphis to represent us
ComFairJax In the Sixth Naval fishing camp located behind fourth on one hit, two Raider PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZA U.S. 1 South I
errors, a stolen base and OPEN 11 TO 2:15 and 4:30 TO 8 :
District Tournament to be played the Navy Exchange Gas Station -
sacrifice fly. They pushed a-
there August 23 through 27. offers an open Invitation to
the wining run In the sixthon
On the 30th the South Atlantic Interested In the use of cross
anyone two hits, an error and a wild
Regionals will commence and on their facilities. Equipment may BAKED CHICKEN

the 6th of September the All- be obtained from 7:00: A.M. to pitch.In the second contest, the Raid- WITH YELLOW RICE 97
Navy Softball Tournament will be sunset daily. Nine boats and CIIOICE OF 2 VEGETABLESROLL
ers jumped into an early two run .
Played, continuing until the 10th. motors are available for use In lead in the top half of the first &: BUTTER ,
the immediate area.Six boats and BEVERAGE
********* Inning only to see MacDill come
be rented for
twelve motors may back with four In the bottom half
Facilities Available
The for Private Dining Groups
organizational meeting off-station use. of the frame.
bowling and golf was held yester Rates are as follows:Boats and Don Bower who started on the

day. Deadline for entries in the motors 750 per hour or $3.00per mound for the Raiders was replaced

fall for Intramural team play Is day, gas furnished. Motors- by "Big Red" Lane In

Friday, August 6th. $1.75 flrstday$1.00perdaysuc- the third with the Air Force

Swimming Instructions ceeding days, maximum of seven leading 9-3. He pitched until

days with leave papers. Sail- the fifth, allowing four runs. VISITCLAUDE
Swimming instructions arebe- boats-50 per hour or $1.50 per Littleton came on In the fifth

tog given dally at the Indoor day. Gas Is 300 per gallon, oil and was tagged for two succes-

pool located next the the Bowling 100 per quart. Bait Is available sive home runs. The Airmen
Alley. will be held from the dock.A .
They at then added seven more runs off NOLANCADILLAC
9:30. 11:00 a.m. until the 20thof new pier has been built with Littleton. The Raiders picked upa

August. All dependents are ample facilities to accomcdate single run In the top half of

eligible. Anyone desiring lessons private boats alongside the the seventh making the final score &. PpNTlApIVIAt
may register at the pool anytime launching site available to all 204. :

during the day. fishermen and pleasure-seekers. Littleton came back on Sat-
Outdoor pools are open for Drum bass and catfish are urday afternoon to face the Air-
recreational from taken from the St. John'sdaily. ( ; ,
swimming being men. The Air Force put acrossa
12:00 to 7:00 p.m. dally. Everyone Is welcome to try run in the second Inning and

On the 9th of August at 9:00 his luck. four more in the fourth, and went EL 33922JULY the Novice ChampionshipSwim is the ability to on to take the final game 5-1

Meet will be held here. Nonchalance like an owl when you'veacted Cecil Field will play MayportIn I II I
There are other lesser meets look a doubleheader, Wednesday,

scheduled between now and the like a jackass.Santa Fe Mag. August 4 at May port.

9th so register your child now. 1


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I Season was officially brought :
f ,' Delta Drug
\ to a close when trophies were
presented to the top bowlers and J

the first three top place bowling ''.. Jax Navy dropped a doubleheader -
teams in the centers 19 team to Delta Drug, one of
; ..
Intramural bowling league Tues- the softball In
: top teams Jacksonville -
day, July 20. ;: : city competition last

The 19-week long spring sea- 'f:1: ;/(: Friday night with scores of 7-1

son began February 23. The last ...,., ,\ :, ..... 3-0
of the bowled
season was '
game ",' ', In the opener, Delta rackedup
June 29.Ltjg. t Ray Meadows and A. L. Edwards :
J.D.By]ler,Special Service .
: for 7 runs on 11 hits -
:. :
Officer at NATTC, announced: : ; ::1
: : while Jax Navy scored one run S.:
after the presentaion ceremonies ,1r. \
: (. : on five hits. Meadows and Edwards .
in his office, that the Fall Sea-
: teamed up to strike out
son will begin August 3. ;...: three men while walking two.
( First place trophies went to .... Willie Miller got Jax' only extra- CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
member of AvlatlonEJectriclan'sI
t .. base hit, a double, and scoredthe BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
Mate "A" School team
I i only run for the local nine
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