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Jax air news
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August 19, 1965


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I Two V -Planes Return After Two Four Month Extension

Week Assignment With StormfuryTwo

planes attached to Heavy
Photographic Squadron Sixty- n
Two returned to NAS Jax Aug. ? 3
11, after completing a two week
assignment with Operation __ _ }'

Stormfury.Operation Stormfury Is especial __ _

scientific program designedto _
explore the structure and dynamics -
of hurrlcnes. '
The mission of the VAP-62
planes during the operation was &?r 4t' :
to drop silver Iodine canistersfor 2)t
all experiments and provide __
photographic reconnaissance.
The RA3B's dropped six-
teen Iodine canisters from an l
altitude of twenty-three thousand
feet, into selected cumulus clouds
which caused the conditions desired .
for the study. _
The pilots and crews of the two .
planes logged approximately" one
Executive Officer of VAP-62,
hundred flying hours during the CDR. H. F. BRYANT,
two weeks. (L-R) Lcdr. E. S. Hosepion It. N. N. Pederson and
The two planes returned from Kennedy, after their two week assignment with Operation
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico fury.
with witches painted on them. Operation Stormfury Is head- mental Meteorology t
This was to symbolize their partIn ed by Dr. Joanne Simpson, Headof Washington D.C.
the operations. the Weather Bureau's Experi- (Continued on Page ) ( )

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AUGUST 19. 19&S

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pledge a war .._ SUNDAY Father Thomas J. WootenWe

8:00 a.m. Service of Holy Com often hear the Scriptural quotation "Out of the mouth$ of.

; munion In our dally conversation. This simply means children.will
waste babes
on ,
of Divine
9:30 a.m. Service often tell us the true situation about occurrences, the true person

Worship behind the mask of artificiality that some of us may adopt from timeto

J' if1. '\ 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for .time and children .at, times amaze us with their solutions, simple
16. 722
And / ask ; ages through Bldg. problems we'adults thought Insurmountable.
as"tb are,
11:00' Service of Divine y
with the
and accurately little
This point' Is evinced beautifully child'srequest
Worship to God, after be asked for God's blessing on his family,
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship friends. His mother asked him "Is there
to help toe relatives and anythingelse
you WEDNESDAY you wish to say to God?" The child's retort was "Now, God

what can I do for you?"
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal This answer sums up most concisely and most conclusively the
to fight that war'War answer to man's problems today. God desires the' true happiness of

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal all His children as we go from the cradle to the grave, and this Is
.4 the reason for His rules In every humanendeavor. But If we never see

12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, these rules effected, how shall we know the beauty of, the practlcabilit)
\ Also on all Holy Days of, and the truth of, these rules? God depends on each of us to lead
Catholic Services at St. Ed- and help others to see and understand for a better life the reasoning

ward's Chapel NATTC and!Naval behind such rules, as He has given us.
Waste Can'tBe Hospital Every man needs his fellow man In some manner to obtain the full

on ness of earthly happiness, whether It be sociological economical,
SUNDAY MASS psychological or religious. We have been taught warned and exhorted

Part-Time EffortLast to help our fellow man in every phase of our human endeavor
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital God has given us the way, but He can't make any of us obey His
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Edward's -
rules, so He depends on each of us to show others the whereforesof
ChapeL obedience of His laws to obtain what everyone of us desires so
October 31, President Johnson declared war--not war in for
much peace of mind, happiness of accomplishment ourselves
the usual sense, with guns, tanks and missiles--but war against an DAILY MASS
and others, and justice to all, whoever they may be. All these words
enemy Just as dargerous as any, our country ever encountered. It 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel then are contained In the simple question of a child at prayer -
was war waste--waste in spending.
against government
What I do for God?
can you
Actually, the war began months earlier when the President assumed -
office, but the October date was the formal declaration, sig- MONDAY & TUESDAY

cost naling reduction the start program.The of a .systematic and long-range government-wide 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC Dislocation Allowance Now

President In laying down the ground rules for his across-

the-board cost-cutting program, cited the Defense Department's Cost FRIDAY Considered Taxable IncomeNAS

Reduction Program as an excellent example of what can be done to 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
trim government spending. He asked all government agencies to

pattern their programs on that of the Defense Department.As SATURDAY Jax personnel who are income, which the InternalRevenue -
members of the Defense Establishment, we can be proud of being transferred and are eli Service declares It to be.

the President's praise and we can be equally proud of the records 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel gible to draw a "Dislocation Representative Porter Hardy

piled up in the four years of the DOD program's existence. Allowance" can expect to receive (D-Va.) introduced a bill, HR
Efforts to cut costs made by service men and women at all echelons CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY a' substantial cut In their 5293, which could have meanta

have kept the DOD program consistently. ahead of It's goalsandhave first bi-weekly paycheck following reprieve from the ruling,mak-
done so without damaging the strength of the nation's defenses. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before the transfer. ing dislocation allowances pay-

In fact President Johnson noted, our military strength has continued Catechism Masses Internal Revenue Service, able as an"allowance for quarters
to mount. Without the record savings achieved by the De- Classes:GrldeSchoolSATURDAY backed by the Treasury Depart- on permanent change of

fense Department In the last four years, the President added, we ment, has ruled that "by what- station."

would] be Ill-equipped to meet the situation we have encountered in ever name it is called,the allow- The Navy, which Is In chargeof
Viet-Nam or the many other wor d-wide commitments we have In 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- ance is essentially a reimbursement handling the dislocation allowance
the cause of peace and freedom. ties bInding 722 for personal expenses" and measure for the Defense

But despite the President's praise and our excellent record, wecan't should be included as taxable in- Department, delivered the astounding
afford to relax: cur efforts.
. come. "No witnesswas
4 message:
The President pointed cut that controlling waste Is like balling out
As a result the new SecNav prepared to testify" at the
a boat--ycu've to keep it.
got at
TrafficViolations Instruction 7220 requires that a July 22 hearing.
What are doing to cut down ? Are
expenses you helping to "keep tax of 14 percent be withheld
the boat dry?
(AFPS) from all dislocation allowance

EXTENSION ; paid after July 1, 1965- RETURN FROM STORMFURY
(Continued From Page 1)) KING ASKED A CHANCE The payment wlllcontlnuetobe (Continued from Page 1))
TO IttLF FUN TO HELP THE The following is a report of made by a public voucher In the
been authorized early release van TO SAYI 60VEINMENTECONOMIZE motor vehicle accidents and traffic gross amount; but, at the same
for the purpose of attending colMN1I1, HUT I violations for the period of time, a checkage of 14 percent glnated In 1961 for the study of
lege, such personnel will norm ally i EuaiaaTYi 10th will be made the hurricanes in the Atlantic area.
AND SAVE \ August through August 16th. on person'pay
be considered exempt from the MONEY TOOK record, andhlsnextbi-week- LCdr. Edward S. Hosepian was
involuntarily extension except inmost Number of Accidents ly pay check will be reducedby Officer In Charge of the VAl -62

unusual cases Involving operational This week August 10 through this amount. detachment.

readiness. August 16 . . .1 Both the dislocation allow
Both the and Marine
Navy Total accidents this year.. 152 ance and the 14 percent withheld No StimulationIn
Corps will taken into consideration O b d Number of accidents through from It will be reflected In the

hardship cases involving August 1964 . . 167 total earnings and Federal Second Cup
their officer and enlisted
per- Total number of days since last income tax withheld on the Form
sonnel.: Injury In a motor vehicle accident W2 received from the Disbursing Of Coffee

.. . . . . 32 Office at the end of the calendar
year. Washington, D. C. (NAVNEWS)
,TAX AIR: NE'\NS. Number of ViolationsThis For personnel who were paid Looking for additional life from

week . . .17 dislocation allowance between that second cup of coffee?

Speeding . . . 3 January 1 and June 30, 1965, Don't according to scientistsat
Reckless driving . . 2 the W2 Form for 1965 earnings the University of Michigan
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Running will Include your
stop sign 1 the payment of dis Medical Center, because
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Other . . . .11 location allowance as a part of timing may be off.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Thirty-three drivers the simple insomuch
appeared wages paid, but the taxes The reason Is quite
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR before the Traffic Hearing Board withheld will not Include the 14 as It affects your neuro
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Offic habits -
at the meeting held on August 17. percent since no taxes were with and psychopharmacology
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Disposition of the cases includedthe held during this time. -- you are a victim of caffeine -
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources:= following: Nine lost All
parking hope Is not lost, however, tachphylaxls.
Telephone EV 9-7711 1, Ext. 8162. and driving privileges aboard the because the ruling has started This means that the caffeine
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries station, one was assigned to the another battle In the fIrst of coffee stlinu-
raging on Capitol cup
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
6-hr. Police driver Training Hill. The Department of lates but partially blocks any
'Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida Course, fourteen were given Is trying to get the rul-- additional you caffeine: for aboottwo-
ele hone 39-4040 or 3590271.) warnings, seven were dismissed takes
ing knocked down, saying that and-a-half hours. It only
five were. fined (U.S. Com- the first cup to
special allowance Is 20 minutes for that
to help
VOL. 23 NO. 23. AUGUST 19, 1965 missioner) and four advise -
were scientists
referred defray the cost of permanent stimulate you so
to the Commanding Of- change of If you're look-
station moves and an early cup
ficer for disciplinary action. should not be Included .in gross ing for a "lift" aroo0010.PA .


AUGUST 19, 1965
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Cecil Field Receives Furnace For J\1\ I

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Disposal Of Old AmmunitionMost L :Jil\\ilW

furnaces use elder coal ly had,to be shipped to Charleston tional and nuclear ammunition
oil. or gas as fuel but ,there Is ,'s.. '".. fpra: ispc ''aJ. 'ttftasbien' :LCi' "3Jsposftbefdre) ; [ J! qualified, '
me at Cecil FfcH that doesn't estimat dbY, veaPoos'c''.u J"Ulll: t" for th 'team.,this train comes ;Ii'lli
use any of these.. ThIs furnace officerS''tbIt the miUace'wiU at the U.S. Naval School. Explo- a.,:
uses ammunition. more than for itself within
pay sive Ordnance Disposal at Indian S
The recent addition to the Weapons three months by the cutting of Head., Md.Application. ''iii, ii'r..1
Department at theNavalAlr transportation and handling

Station is used by the,Explosive costs..
Ordnance: Disposal'TeamED ,Ji 't1..t"1 type' of disposal operaire'cbnducted Rules,,.' BUS
in die destruction ofunsenrlcable 'tioci" t In't i l STOh .
'pyrotechnic; small arms am- area only by the Cecil Field EOD; P6rNESEP Revised
munition and 20 mm fixed am- Team under the supervision of
munition. Lieutenant C. W. Wehner. By Naval BureauBecause

By using this furnace. Cecil The personnel on this team
of revised rules] issued -
Field's EOD Team can destroy have undergone extensive training p
in all the by the Bureau of Naval
this ammonition which previous phases of conven-
Personnel, Navy and Marine
Corps personnel making application -
for the Navy Enlisted Scien-
tific Education Program(NESEP)
must submit their requests to the
Military Training Office no later
{) Yi: than September 1. 1965. '.IIa 1
yT This revision has moved the
deadline for receiving requests
.." '. :i : : up a month from the previous "Nothing' wrong with 11-I just want to make sure some
T .' 'f.: housework gets done today."
; ,,' ''' ;\ date.Though
\ remaining basic ally die

I same, some of die qualificationsfor
.,. aC applicants have been tightened. ,
.!. t You still not only must be a
citizen; but now you must be
t +
able to prove It. +
...'..''' C ,. I., : "'.,'", You must now have or extend
: t," .I/i' for enough obligated active duty
time remaining to carry out
through prep school


: :'< i )' ;y'ff ::f<,.-<.....". you

And you must have a combined J h. '

Patron Five Personnel Honored 118-no GCT/ARI waivers score for of this at minimum least- : ; : .

test score will be con- .. 5;: .'< ,

At Special Awards Presentation Basic sidered.Test You Battery.can re-take The rules the ::i. ...: ::::rj. xctr i e'" 'ri'J: :<'" ;: : ;; );:;: .). 'c':M>' .' ;

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'say, this may be done "If thereIs < < '" ...' '<>.5..> ; :.
positive indication of appreci- ; !f ; : ; : :!.? ;:)<:!: :!: :. ,
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able educational improvement." : : : ;' ".,<.: :: : :: ,
Awards and medab were / .
Hunt <
pre- was commended.for \'iPft' "'
sented to deserving men of Patrol standing performance of duty in The rules for those with a ..;;li.i;' ;.S :!ir ; :.:: : : >:: .:!' : /. ... ..
record have been
Squadron Five, at a special morn- recommending a service chargeto disciplinary

ing quarters last Friday. The the compass system of the P2V. made there still a bit must more be a flexible clear record, but Take it for a test drive.
service change has now been
Cdr. J. T. Kosnik, CO of the officially made by PUWEPS. for the two-year period, just See if you pass.
Letters before July 1 of the year in
squadron, presented ten
of: Commendation! one Letter of The four MAD FOXES who received which application is made. The real test In a Volkswagen Is to see if you
Appreciation, four Good Conduct: Good Conduct! Medals The new instruction says many know what driving really is, Uf( you think you're
previous NESCP applicants had
Medals and offered personal congratulations were: A. P. Silva.''TN; J. C. fouled themselves driving in other cars, then what you do in a VW.ft
by submitting
to seven men receiving Hawkins, AMS1; J. Pierce, AX1 something else.)
Aircrew Designations. and L G. Fanning P03. not incomplete preparing applications themselves and pro-by Most cars give you all the lively moving sensation

of sitting on your living room couch. But the
perly for the exam. The direc-
The following men were designated The final presentation VW isn't sprung like other cars. Its 4.wheel'tonion
was a tive lists USAFI courses that are
Aircrewmea when they Letter of Appreciation to J. R. recommended for refresher bar suspension (the kind they have In racers)
were presented gold wings by Cunningham, AN, from die study. gives you the feel of the road. You always know
their plane commander. L T. skipper of VP-5 for services rendered The directive also lists the 22 what's going on because you know what your
Henry AO2; J. T. Leon ATN3; during die Sigonella de- colleges and: universities at which car's going on.
R. T. Moloney AE2; R.L.Vess, ployment. NESEP students study. And you know what's coming, because you'll
ATR3 W.G.Durshbrdwe, ATR3; sCfo'more rood than you ever saw before. (Our
G. W. Reed: ATI and F.S.Sultan sloping hood doesn't cut off your view)
ADJL When you twist the steering wheel a little, you
can feel' the front wheels turn a little So you know
Letters of Commendadonwere -ARDftEY the cart doing just what you told it to. (Doesn't

presented to the following men that sound,satisfying)
from the BOQ Officer Naval We*con tell you that the VW parks shorter than

Air Facility Sigonella. Sicily: LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE other cars,and maneuvers more easily.
R. V. Campos SD3; B.J. Caro- 'Bit'we-can't tell you how it feels to drive one.

om, TN; D. A. Santiago. TK; So take the test.Moxbe .
E. P. Rubles, TN; E. a Issac, GO GO DISCOTHEQUE! you can tell us.
TN; J. N. Pallera, TN; J.. L.
Madayag/'TN; and A. P. SUva DANCING UNTIL 2 AM



Hunt, AECA, also received Let- MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES
ters of Commendation. HALF PRICE AT .
Sutton received an Aviation
Safety Award while attached I to 3909 BLANDING BLVD. WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN, INC.

TRARON Twenty-four forwarded and VP-5 the CASE LOTS AT COST+10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE 1150 SO. LANEAVE. 384-3441
letter was to
for presentation.


Sale Of 61-Purcliased Home Four Year Training School Record

Does Not Restore Loan EligibilityA Broken By Aviation Ordnance Class!

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A \ eligibility for a a. was taken by a Govern- By any standard of achievement
GI loan Is not restored when he mental agency for public use, Aviation Ordnance Class 515, S
sells his GI-purchased home and b. was destroyed by natural which graduated from the Naval fi a aya
obtains a VA release from liability hazard, orG Air Technical Training Center's M
to the Government on the was disposed of for compelling Aviation Ordnance Class "A" ,
loan, the Veterans Administration reasons such as School Friday August 13, was S-, Y .
warned today. health employment transfer, outstanding. Together with Its '
Release of the veteran from change to a better job in class leader, Phillip J. Klatt, 1 iiJ: Ik
liability to the Government does another city, or other reasons AN, USNR, they tied and broke .A ,
not affect the VA's guaranty on considered sufficient by the school records.
the loan. As long as the guaranty VA. Class 515 broke a four year
to the lender Is outstanding In such cases, veterans may record at NATTC by winning the
no restoration of GI loan rightscan apply to the VA office which pro' Honor Class of the Week title p _
be granted Ac veteran. cessed their loan from restoration nine times. The old record of ,ao Nmacs ; ,
However, even if the loan Is of entitlement. eight titles was set by class 137 .
paid In full thus relieving the In January 196L Klatt tied the tl': S' I
VA of liability to the lender, a Air Force Gets record for Honor man of the
veteran's entitlement to another Week titles by winning it seven
GI loan may be restored only 4 Navy Bases times.
when the property: Klatt, a native of Winter Haven,
Florida, and a graduate of the
Washington (AFPS) -- Four
University of Florida, credited
lIWJ e Navy missile tracking installa- team work and the desire to ex- MEMBERS of' Aviation Ordnance cljass 5.5 one of' the most out
tions were transferred to the Air cel"as the main factors that standing classes ever to graduate 'from the Naval Air Technical -
Force July 1* with operational caused class 515 to set a new Training Center's Aviation Ordnance Clttss "A" School post
Veth control Jurisdiction and real record during the 15-week com- for one (last group picture after their recent graduation. The hit-
property account-ability assigned petition period against 18 other tory-mjaking class won the Honor Class of' the Week title nine
SEE PAGE 16 AND to Headquartes Air Force Sys- classes. times during a 15-week competition period. The previous recordof
YOU'LL KNOW WHY! tems Command.The For tying the record for Honor eight was set in 1961.
Navy Pacific Missile Man of the Week titles, he received -
RIVERSIDE Range at South Point, Hawaii and a letter of commendation! pearance and scholastic achieve- During the 15-week competi-
Auxiliary Station at Pillar Point, during the graduation exercise ment which enable him to be tion period, which began March
Calif., have been selected SchoolHonorManof 22, class 515s selection Honor
CHEVROLET. redesignated as which said, "Klatt, upon his own AOA( ) as
.. South Point and Pillar Point Air Initiative, achieved and main- the Week seven times duringthe Class of the Week was based upon I
CEDAR HILLS Force Stations.. tained the caliber of military ap- fifteen-week competlon scholastic averages, weekly personnel -
.. period. Klatt has set an outstanding inspection, condition of I
example and is indeed a living quarters, marching, and]
credit to the Naval Service. discipline.

DIAL-A-LOAN 1,900 Tons of Food Given to Dominican Republic

Washington (AFPS) -- U.S. leans consists of beans, wheat]
Army Civil Affairs officials have floor, corn meal, rice and pow-
reported that over 1,900 tons of dered mills The foods are sent ]
food have been distributed to to the Republic through the Agency -
families in the Dominican Republic for International Develq>-
since the first of May. ment.and distributed by personnel l |
s I TrSY .Food distributed to the Domin- of the 82nd Airborne, Division.

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Marines Build Still on Hill Maritime Photo

To Ease Shortage..of WaterDa Contest Needs any 4 u w"t J

Nang RVN (AFPS) -- South Viet-Nam Is far from the green '
hills of the United States, but an old-fashioned American-style still Naval PhotosThe
Is In daily operation here alongside the radio section of leadquartersCompany
NlnthMarlneReelment.. Third Marine Division. U.S. Naval Institute is {
The unusual thing about this- -- --- looking for Navy photographs for 9
still Is that it doesn't produce an t' ; its Maritime Photo Contest. Y3A
GNNv !
alcoholic beverage--but (pure, I./..-'<' rlia The contest is now open to any
distilled water. photographer, either profes-
% sional or amateur. Subject mat-
When Headquarters Company ter should pertain to naval or
arrived In Da Nang In early maritime subjects and must have
July, the radio section chief, J' been taken in 1964 or 65.
Staff Sergeant Donald J. Brown, The 10 winners In the contest
discovered the supply of distilled will receive $100 and their
water was short. His bat photographs will be published in
tery-powered radios couldn't the March 1966 Naval Institute
function without It. A check revealed rcoupeStevenson Proceedings magazine. CAPT. 6. T. MAXWELL, COMMANDING OFFICER dpi NAMTG
the entire division was A contestant may submit as groups paied ja surprise visit to Cecil Field last week to see lust
suffereing from the same prob- many photographs as he desires. wheal was going on at this Npval Air Station with th'e new build
lem. The entries may be either black ing expansion. Here the captain (I.IQ) and Lieutenant Commander
and: white or color transparencies J. R. Bond OINC of detachments at Jax pnd Cecil Field go over
Searching for a solution, SSgt. Stamp"l ; minimum size for printsis one of the F-8 Cruspd.r engine mock-ups..
Brown knew Just the man to see: Due in I 5 x 7 inches and 35 mm Is
Corporal Aubrey G. Dalton ofKnowville the minimum for transparencies.
Ky. Washington (AFPS) -- A five- Entries should be mailed to
cent postage stamp in memoryof the Photo Contest Editor, U.S. A./
CpL Dalton called on Privates the late United Nations Am- Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md.,
First Class Joe A. McSherdon, bassador Adlal Stevenson will be 21402.
Jones, New York, N.Y., to assist issued Bloomington,ni,where USED CARS
him. A five-gallon gas can, he Is burled. FDA Study
some copper tubing, a wastebasket Postmaster General John A. Says
considerable ingenuity, and Gronouski said work has startedon
bottles for the finished productput the design and expressed con Sweetners Safe

them in business. fidence it will be an outstandingone DUVAL MOTORS ....
The still Is capable of makinga reflecting the taste so well ;
half-gallon of distilled wateran exemplified by the late ambas- NEWS) There are questions in BEST BUYS!
hour. The only thing limit- sador and the high Ideals hesup- the minds of many people con-
ing the amount produced is lack ported. cerning the use of artificial
of bottles. CpL Dalton and his Plans are to issue the stamp sweetners and their possible SAM JUAN LOT
crew are now supplying the Third Oct. 23, in connection with the dangers. These questions must OFF ROOSEVELTSPECIAL
nationwide observance of the =
Marine Division -- with distilled be
wide-spread, as the Food and
water. UN's 20th anniversary Oct. 24. Drug Administration of the Department -

of Health,Education and
Toyland To Open Soon Welfare has announced: a reviewof ,
I recent studies on artificial = \,

For Early Xmas Shoppers safe sweetners as presently and has used.found they are MILITARY FINANCING ;

The only side effect noted wasa 63 VALIANT. $1095 62 RAMBLER. .$739
Christmas may be 128 days several months ago when Cdr. ,
away, but the wise shopper knows Fred Schanze, Jr., Navy Exchange mild five laxative a effect day at or Intakesof more, 2 door sedan, R&H, 4 door, sedan, auto/
that it's best Officer, attended the grams
to begin early.To WSW. transmission
which Is far:: more than wouldbe special
assist these wise "Greatest Show Earth"
shoppersat on Toy
used by the individual under
NAS J ax, the Navy Exchange Show in New York City. When
normal circumstances. 62 FALCON. .$1089
will open the doors of Toyland the time came to place the orders 63 FALCON. $1149
Sugar, however Is a quick -
Friday, August 27. for toys, he knew what the toy energy food and should not be ; 2 door sedan, auto/ 4 door wagon, auto//
Patrons utilizing this facility, Industry had to offer
replaced by a substitute expect : R&H.transmission, R&H.
located at Bldg. 514 in the Then, early In June the hugh when medically necessary. transmission,
NATTC area, will be able to shipments of toys began arriving.The :
62 FORD. . 5995
purchase their Christmas toysat workers at Toyland, under '
reasonable prices and on the the supervision of Mrs.Jo Tucker WeAcowiett -- 63 TEMPEST ...5T295 4 door sedan, auto/
convenient layaway plan. This went to work sorting, label- 4 door sedan, auto/ transmission heater
plan enables patrons to select ing and arranging the toys for the w ,
their toys now, then pay for themat opening.Now Fiat transmission, R&H., power steer &brakes
their convenience before after months of hard WSW, special. V-8
Christmas, thus making the "after work, that time is almost at 103rd! St. at WesconneU Blvd: formerly Dept.:
holiday budget" easier to hand. When Toyland! opens its We Wire Flowers of Safety car.
balance. doors on August 27th, the wise Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-OZ5Q 63 FAIRLANE. .$1487
Preparations for the open- shopper will be there to get the FlowersFor "500", 2 door, auto/ 61 IMPALA . .5995
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Incorrect Position Classification Of Personnel Or Top-level Group

Jobs Might Result In Serious Hidden Consequences I Reviews Civ. Practices Various:

I All too often position classi- sition. If the classification action selection of someone unable to will probably lead to the place-
fication is considered primarily is correct, the skills, know- meet the true requirements of ment of someone possessing At the direction of the Commanding
as system for insuring "equal ledges, and abilities reflected in the job. When this occurs, more higher qualifications than those Officer, a committee
pay for substantially equal the experience,training,and edu- than the pay principle Is affected. demanded oy the JOG. of key Naval officers and civilian -
work and incorrect classification cation requirements in the stan- Efficiency and economy of An over-qualified employee Isa supervisors is reviewing
. .. .. actions are viewed as dard will match up well with those operations are weakened, and potential problem employee because vilian personnel practices.f
"bad" only In terms of the adverse needed for successful per- motivation is impaired. Con he may become discouraged Chairman of the Comminee is
effects they have on this formance on the job and a solid sider the mental anguish an em- in the face of an Captain Robert L, Watson SC,
pay principle. In point of fact, basis for selection will have been ployee experiences when the demands Inability to bring to bear on his NASJax Supply Officer.:
however, there are other con established. This relationship of his position are higher work the:full weight of his potentiaL Members from the Overhaul
siderations Involved -- other and between classification series and than his capacities.If Furthermore, his capa- and Repair Department are Lieu-
more serious problems which can grade and qualification standards city to assume more responsible tenant Commander: E. Kryspln,
arise when jobs are mlsclassifled is the key to the Federal staffing by some chance the person duties can conceivably be over- W. A. Staail. W. L. Purcell,
and which should be of equal concern system. selected can develop himself to looked by his supervisor. He W. L. Lewis, mil. W.Andrews.:
from apersonnelstan:1poinr.They : Misclassifications are "bad" the point where he can performthe may In fact, react emotionallyin From Public Works Departmentare
might be termed "hidden because they distort the systemand GS-U duties satisfactorily, a manner exhibited by some- Lieutenant A. R. Ruth, s. A.
consequences." cancel out the relationship.This he will, in time, qualify himselffor one who has been demoted.Of Whittington and J. D. Harrison.!
To understand what these con- can happen In several ways. GS-121evel work, but he may From the Supply Department tie
sequences are, It is necessaryto Assume, for example, that a position not be considered for positionsat even more significance in members are J. E. Colvin and
consider what is being done which Is properly classi- that grade since his employment this situation Is the danger that F. C. Barnes. The Security Department -
when a position is "classified". fiable to the grade GS-11 level record will show only the the incumbent may later be promoted Is represented by D.
The act of classification in effect is pegged instead at grade GS9.In performance of GS-9 duties. to a position correctly L. Loudermill. Comptroller
identifies the basic minimum terms of standards for selec- classified as GS-12 on the bails partment by J. L, Phillips, Data
qualifications needed to performthe tion, you will find qualification Conversely, if a position is work when in fact he should have Processing Systems by F. W.
duties of a job. Placing requirements being used which overgraded (le., pegged atgrade been credited with GS-9 level Huisinga and Management Assis-
r a title, series, and grade on a reflect lesser skills,knowledges, GS-11 when it should be GS-9)), experience.: If this happens, the tance Office by B. R. Dixon.
description tells you which qualification and abilities than those actually you will find unrealistically high original error Is compounded and The review, directed by the
standard must be used In needed to perform the work. The qualification requirements will the possibility of successivelypoor Bureau of Naval Weapons conducted -
evaluating people to fill that po- probable result here is obvious: be imposed. This will reduce the placements in the future are every two years at all
potential supply of eligibles and increased. major stations.



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I cIfrAshus' September Means School. .. '. :W/ ? '

officer The August exams service-wide were recently petty advancement L. F. Prosper In | AK1- ttlthlrk What You Should Know About Walking To School i iEditor's

completed and approximately the Is bet- -
200,000 sailors are anxiously a- ter Navy than ( Note -- This Is the with sidewalks. Impress upon the street. Never run Into It
any, fourth in series of five articles that can-
the a children moving cars suddenly for reasOOeU
waiting results.[( Ya AskUs" other service. I any
taken from the National not stop Immediately so they there
are elevated -
this week Is a comparisonof AA "' subways or
was an In ,
the Navy's rating advance- May of "1955 A Safety Council Employee Publications must look right and left for oncoming crossings, use them rather

ment system to that of the other and an AK1 Inl Newsletter.. cars and check cross than trying to cross through gaps
armed services. Nov. of Parents whose children will streets for turning traffic. In traffic.
What otherserPROSPER 1962. walk to and from school should Don't run across the street.A The child should not be taughtto
see to It that their children are fast walk Is better. Go directly fear the street or traffic but
B. G. Davidson, RM3 Com- vice can compare with this fora how the side without -
taught to get to school to opposite to be self-reliant and confident'
Falrjax "I feel the Navy Rating non-critical rate?" and In the
promptly safely any loitering When he has determined the
System Is far superior the H. R. Outland YN3 "The
to The National Safety Council call to or visit with friends. proper time to cross the street
other services. It Is based on Navy Rating ,makes these suggestions to pre- While waiting to cross the he should! do so without hesltatlon. -.r
past perfor- System In my pare the youngsters for this new street, keep on or behind the .
mance and whata opinion Is far adventure. curb. Don't stand In any part of
man knows better than the
: Before school they
rather than( other branchesof I should be carefully taught howto
where he maybe the Armed
recognize traffic signals and
be stationed -S' Services. However |
at how to obey them, especially
the time. If a a career' '> if they must pass such signals
man exerts him- man (personnel OUTLANDon between school and home. If spe-
self In developDAVIDSON their second enlistment who cial pedestrian signals are used
Log his potential, the Navy offersan passed the Navy-Wide Examina- they should understand these too.
open field to advancement. tion) should have first priority Parents should make sure their All officers
The Navy System always has a for advancement." youngsters know the way to
place for a man with good potential C. R. Cox QM1 "I think school. It may be necessary to
and knowledge where as It's better at I walk through the route with them
the other services seem to depend least you don't several times before school
on the station allowance. get every Tom starts or for the first few daysof and whoneedmoney
Fleet-wide competition Is the Dick, and Harry ; school. men
fairest and best way to prove a In the higher, Many schools have student patrols -
man's worth to the Navy and not ratings. Yougetpersonnel at street intersections.The
what his Immediate superiors of children should understand that
think of him." higher Intelligence the patrols are to help them and
In the COX that they are to follow the directions -
W. C. Bremen rates by giving a service-wide of the patrol
YN2 FAU, exam. I definitely don't believe Streets should be crossed only
Com Fair Jax in a spot rating system. I think in marked crosswalks or at Intersections -
"Since every a man should be thoroughly qualified in line with'side- report
enlisted man In for his rate." walks or at Intersections In line

die Navy has an

equal oppor- L Well Balanced
tunity for advancement Will toCl.T.

would advantage.say "the Navy has definite Help Your Dental HealthAll

C. W. Bourbeau. PH2-"I thJnk of us have two sets of starches Is a direct invitationto ..
the Navy has the best rating system 'teeth. Too many of us will have tooth decay since bacteriaIn
of all the Armed Forces. I three. the mourn quickly turn them
think it has been One of the factors causing us into decay-producing acid.
to lose our teeth permaturelyis
Improved even Further a well-balanced diet
further by the the food we eat. Is essential to dental health,since
last rating system g Primitive man,who ate coarse inadequate nutrition may decrease That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're
of 3 Increments fibrous foods and very few sweets a person's resistance to experts at dealing with your special money problems.

from y was seldom troubled his by teeth tooth periodontal disease. Need a loan to pay bills?To travel? Money to meet
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Marine Aviation DetachmentTwist Kaleidoscope Of o i Excellenc I J

the American kaleido
BY GYSG 1. JOEL N Coin collectors, stamp collectors -

:scope. ] and! a Marine who pro-
gxCowpokes' [from the lone prairie r S '
!#. .tit S :' .;iJ duces ceramic objects In'
from the lush .
lumberjacks] ,green ; \ :1
," '/11,' : .I': stunning hues of scarlet,blue and
forest of Washington and Oregon, :/ S : \
fishermen from the Florida keys ; ; i gold.
and scholars from the nation'stop l''' ii
and .:j 4'4'h ''' 1U'! 1 i A student who won the 880
colleges universities. : ,
:-h In recent AAU competition at
These of the who
are some men *
report to the Marine Aviation Detachment v_ I IA54 Clearwater, Fla.

,. every week to excel In
And there other
one of the Naval Air Technical ; are unsung
chores done Marinesand
being by
Training Center schools here. :
S 'k _____ their wives: churchworkers,

TOIL AND STUDY _________. 5; scout leaders, and collectors of
S. clothing for unfortunate orphans.
Having cast their lots with the
These are the Marines of the
Marines, they put civilian pursuits S ( A __ : aviation detachment and what they
behind, complete recruit __ 1L 1Lfleet's
S 5 I do. Using a spectrum of colors,
training at Paris Island or San ______
5 _
shades of -
4 they paint varying excellence
Diego, perhaps a brief tour else- ; ,
In the American kaleido-
rsrTh 'rns
where, and finally report to the 4
aviation detachment. This will be Slivon ';' ; scope.
their home and headquarters for '
There's no easy roe to hoe for

future. weeks of toll and study. _____u. ...m" __"uu. ......_.___u.u_'u__,,,. .'_____.. __' Marine students assigned to the
After]lecture a thorough Indoctrination IN STEP During la r.c.nttwllight parpde, Avintion Detachment Marines pass in review as their Commanding Officer,; It Col. John W.. stands before .staff at right. MARINE SCHOOLMASTERS These;Marine officers mpnage the affairs of students attending the tech- detachment. They march along

by Detachment Ser Marines from all over the nation report here to receive instruction pt one of the Navy's' Air Technical Training schools. IstLt. D. T. Winle. Adjutant, kind SgtMaj. John Ware nicpl schools here. From left, Capt. Charles T. Knight is Officer-tn-Chprge of. the Marine Mechanical palm-lined boulevards to chow,
Major John Ware
geant ("Study""Stay stand behind LtCol. Sullivan at extreme right. Fundamentals School; IstLt. James E. Currpn, Jr., hepds the Mprine Corps'' Liaison Section jat !the classrooms, and night study
squared' away" "Don't Navy Aviation Ordnance School, and CWO Charles, E. losey performs the .some function pt t Aviation periods. The hours are long, lib'
drink If you're under 21" the
men gird themselves for assign- Commanding. Sullivan. Officer, LtCoL JohnW. Ists who annually attend the Marine fers a six-week course In math- ELECTRICIANSThe skills. After completing this Electricians School. erty factory short scholastic, andmalntalnlngsatls-averages requires -

- ment to school.In Mechanical Fundamentals ematics, physics, basic electri-- school, graduates are assigned Infinite and
reality the SergeantMajor'slecture "Since most of the men are School, the detachment pro-' city and an Introduction to the Aviation Electricians to the Fleet Marine Force. of different ranks. a 22-week course, goes deeper they are fierce competitors and centration.It patience con-

lasts for three and a half straight from recruit training cesses approximately 800 other maintenance of air frames and $School, Class "A" Is a 22-week The Aviation Electrician "B" Into electricity, maintenance and set goals of nothing less than
hours, covering all local regula- and civilian life,"" Sgt.Maj. Ware Marines a year through the Aviation reciprocating and jet engines. course designed to teach basic School Is designed for the career ORDNANCBAviation testing. Marines assigned to this perfection... This example Is set may be a lot to ask, but men

tions, a talk by the Chaplain, said, "we go Into great detailon Electrician, Aviation Or- During the training cycle, students theory and application of electricity Marine technician. It Is a 27- Ordnance School school also receive supervisory by the CO and his staff, passedon who ramrod Marine Corps Air

and an Introduction to their new our mission of here'"* and whatIs dnance and Radiography Schools. are processed, counseledand as It applies to aviation. week course that teachesadvancedtheory Class"A" Is an 18-week course Instruction along with lab and to permanent personnel and Wings know that today's' sophis-

expected them. tested to determine their The majority of personnel l attendIng aircraft control systemsand designed to give the first term classroom work. absorbed by students. ticated aircraft must be armed
1 SCHOOLS military occupational specialty this course are first term related equipment. Further, Marine enlistee a working know- /Almost every week LtCoL Sullivan to the teeth, wired for action

MISSION classification and their eligibility enlistees, and Marines who have It emphasizes the aspects neces- ledge of various guns, bombs, COMPETITORSWhen Issues a meritorious mastto and have engines that f function
The Marine Mechanical Funda- to attend advanced schools.Of reenlisted to retrain In aviation sary for non-commissioned ofm. fuzes, electrlcty.rockets, and a Marine for finishing first In like well-oiled sewing machines.
"Our mission," says LtCoL mentals School, the only one of Its missiles. Graduates are assignedto classroom work Is In his class. Last year 50 Marines \
Sullivan, ""Is to provide administrative kind In the Marine Corps, Is the 1308 students completing ", aviation units throughout the order, detachment Marines have finished first In their class upon Marines to fulfill this need are
support for assigned Marines designed to teach basic techni-- the Mechanical Fundamentalscourse Marine Corps. other Interests. As Individuals, graduating from the various being produced by the Marine \

and to perform other such cal aviation fundamentals and last year, 611 went on "f,. '. Aviation Ordnance Class""13", and working together as teams, N'ATTC' schools here. The Marine a- Aviation Detachment and the 1
functions as the Commandant of screen six-month Reservists for to advanced schools and the remainder :, ':, Aviation Detachment Is the Navy's' vast Technical Training
the Marine Corps may direct." possible further advanced trainIng returned to parent or- v J\l'\ S perennial winner of the NATTC Center at NAS Jacksonville.

Detachment Executive Officer, or to provide a suitable ganizations. Upon returning to P 15 !HMIIIIIRMI Captain's' Cup for excellence In .
Major Harold E. Lewis, dependson basis for on-the-job training at their parent organizations, the f ; b'J sports competition. Other achievements -
nine officers and 170 enlisted their hometown Reserve units. six-month Reservists take up 45S ,, I't ; :
personnel to help the skipper duties In the various Reserve .. l ,
" accomplish this mission. PHYSICS Squadrons of the Fourth Ma- 4 :,;>Yt4C t.<," lOOft%'o qualification at the rifle

Seventy non-commissioned officers Mechanical Fundamentals of- rine Air Wing. _____ _____ : 4t ,'''Ij( ''f.:.. range.

are assigned as instruc- _______ t &5's? A
tors, and the remaining per- golf champ.
sonnel perform the necessary administrative I __ A tennis
--- ___ champ. .

GAS DRILL ,Aviation Detach- port for an and average logistical on board sup- ____ _____ S_ I ___ A championship basketballteam. -

man! Mprines make pn annual count of 650 to 700 Marine students S r,. j .
trip to local gas chamber for up. 'V S_ S ____
to-date briefing on gas mask : r'': ; A member of the famed NAS
Gas TRAINING BRANCH The detpchm it t Training under the direc-- demon
protection. chamber drill is s 1300 S __ Brjanch Vapor Trails skydiving
another( responsibility of the RESERVISTS AI lion of 2dLt. Carl A. Chpmbliss, i$ second from right, coordinates all stration team. T ____
'Training Branch. In' addition to 1300 Reserv- -'I 4 training activities for permcnent p pp P5[sonnel.. Training Branch must solveII :
1I _______ p myriad of problems in scheduling II phases of marksmanship training, C A pistol team that has won ,.""J' >-
-----.-- plans for parades andceremoniespnd I,monthlytraining schedule. Other over 100 trophies In the past (vS55 f', ,
.- 55 Training Brpnch personnel fire, from I' t, LCpl. Wilfred L L. Dunn, Sgt. James year.

MONEY IN 1 DAY A. Stufflefield, SSgt. Oliver Husk. a i Pi t right, Sgt. Robert H. Bergeron. A runner-up bowling team. dents AVIATION perform ELECTRICIAN fuselage trouble stu-.

SUPPLY GySgt. "Tom" Pennington, left, and Cpl. B. G. Wambaugh Two Marines named NATTC shooting operation under the
; F in the Detachment Armory, Mis- supervision of GySgt. P. N.
25 to 600 1.rr take dpily inventory of weppons "Servicemen Of The Month" this Nutter.
sion of the Supply Brpnch is to provide clothing equipment, am- year.

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE munition and weapons for pssigned Mprines in the Jacksonville

Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us prea, pnd Marines. stptioned pt t MAD, NATTC, Glynco, Go. The -
Brpnch consists of one officer and 10 men. r ,l lI
how much Pick the cash Supply
you want. up at yourconvcL _____ NOW OPEN
% Some-day service.24MONTHREPAYMENT.
.. .: ORDNANCE Aviation Ordnance school is s designed to give first ; #? LX.A -

PLANT term Mp'ri ne enlistees a waning knowledge of various guns,;, bombs, in downtown Jacksonville
: I- fuzes., electricity, rockets and missiles. I I II
iLcL! Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. .

$i:4T3:. ; S 5.00 $$355.79 S 21.00 ,Th.____ .

151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 i McDOUGALL'S' I THE c.-J. I
219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 COWFOID PAX&CEI :

Above payments include interest. INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. ___t tw : I I

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5256 6 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 Naval 6463 Roosevelt Air Station Office Naval Station Office( AIRCRAFT ENGINES Students p*I the Marine Mechanical Fund-- WITH

Jacksonville. Fla.Blvd.*, 2990 ""Wort" Road mentals School receive aircraft engine instruction. The Mechanical THE BANJO BEATS |I
Phone 388.1616 Atlantic Phone 249-5649 Beach Fla.. Fundamentals School, the only//one) '*f' 'its** kind in the Marine Corps, pro- I 0 I L --------1 1i

vides training for 1300 Mprine corps ervists$ every year.

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I ;'IM : ID@@IM/A'if' 'if1Ml O OO/AItJVI I FRA 126 to Hear Women's Side i

By Sh Iron Amold, Librarian Delegates From ,

FIFTY BEST AMERICAN picture with an understanding the rs.
S.E. ConventionThe Of Story
SHORT STORIES, 1915-1965, one of Dreiser's povertyriddenchildhood >>

edited by M. Foley. A collectionof his successes, hb humiliations +T
the finest works from the per and his ability todraw August meeting of Branch By Shin CongyghtonThe

iod In which the American short friends. 126, Fleet Reserve Association,

story came of age from Fltz- will be held tonight, August 19 ."Fashion ,
and ,, Fad for
Fau1kner and at 8 p.m., at the FRA Hall,
gdrald, ,Hemingway Back to School and College" fash-
Wolfe to Malamud, Baldwin 7673 Blinding Blvd. Ion show
PROCESSION by John Gun- was presented Saturday
Returning delegates to the 20th
Jackson and Updike. ,ther. Gunther has collected 50 afternoon August 11 at the Roosevelt
Annual Southeast Regional Con-
of his character sketches deal- MalL Mrs. Rebecca
vention of the Fleet Reserve Association Rogers,
Ing with Important world figures narrator, wore a black linen
held In Pensacola,
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF and In time from tunic dress and a
ranging the spring green
Florida, August 5-7, are J.L.
SURFING by P.L Dlxon. Surf- of in the crushable turban hat.
description Hitler first She repeated -
Ankenney, R.N. Boyd '
Ing fundamentals, gaining con- ;
edition of INSIDE EUROPE to lovely of greenIn
Sandefer WhItmire and
UP. ,
trol and In various kindsof
style an article on Douglas Home and: a scarf which she wore tucked
surf, the vagaries of wind:! and: Harold Wilson prepared for F.N. Zinkosky. Into the neckline of her dress.
waves, how to recognize dangerous LOOK in 1963. Each selection is An excellent program was The dependents of the Officers
Branch and Unit
conditions and surf Insafety, Introduced by a note on Its background sponsored by Wives Club, N.A.S.Jacksonville
22. from of the
are all examined in detail and Delegates most
modeled the
is followed by brief marvelous collection
57 branches In the Southeast
graphically Illustrated exciting remarks which bring the infor- Region reported efforts of the from various stores located In the
photographs. mation up to date. A convenient and Mall. Those short Go-Go skirts

compilation of useful short bio past year future endeavor.madegeneralplansfor Enjoyable look wonderful on the young girls
and the ,
graphies. sweaters are really .
DREISER social functions were an Important great
W.A. .
Swanberg.The this fall. The "Total Look" with
first comprehensive bio- part of the program. argyle-patterned
graphy of a American Other Dallas, Texas was picked as ,
great new books of interest sweater and cap are swinging
writer. In addition to THE the site of the 1966 regional
followingthe MOUNTBATTENS by Alden with an A-llns skirt. Handsome
literary output for which Hatch, WHERE SCIENCE AND meeting. C.D. Bartlet of Miami, boys and men look rugged In wool .
y Ns"
Florida elected
Dresser made great sacrifices, POLITICS MEET by Wiesner, was regional flannel, Cambridge and .
gray >
for the 1965-66
the author Is frank In his sum- RUSSIA AFTER KHRUSHCHEVby vice-president Herringbone. Fall corduroys take

mation of Dreiser's political R. Conquest, THE FIRST association year. a big up-swing In fall with a
thinking and his cynical treatment YEARS IN COLLEGE by Rivlin Unit 126, LAFRA delegates to new color glow. Tones are rich
of his multitudinous loves. HOW TO MAKE BETTER the Southeast Regional caucus like stained glass in shades of
But he balances this GRADES were Mrs. Mildred WhItmire,
negative by wheat, sand
magento, cranberry
Mrs. Grace Sandefer, and Mrs.
Elsie All of the ladies and purple. The Impact of fire There U
Boyd. to be said about
Harassing Military Dependents reported an enjoyable time.Mrs. red so then terrific warm gold and tobaccoIs lifeguards but even more can
I Elizabeth Bartlett of Unit 51, you you wantto be said wh.n it comet to Girl
Miami was elected to the officeof "love"buy the the garment because you Lifeguards. Hallie Colt is a
Subject Of Congressional Bills regional vice-president for the color. friendly find shppely girl life-

coming year and will be Installedat. One of the most Importantnews guard at Cecil Field. Hp Ih. i.a is

Harassing or threatening military federal crime to use any communication the national convention to beheld Item this year Is the Per- math mpjor at Jacksonville
dependents could be fed- method to threaten or in Miami September 13-17. manent Press. It Is almost a University and will begin

eral crime under bills recently harass American servicemen or crush proof blend of dacron polyester her second college year this
Introduced In both the U.S.House their families. and cotten. Trousers that September.
and Senate. Earlier newspaper accounts of "SEAFOOD SMORGASBORD"A have a sharp pressed crease

Maximum penalties could be vicious phone calls prompted the are guaranteed to hold shape, N.A.S. JACKSONVILLEThe
as stiff AS $10,000 and 15 years federal action. "Seafood Smorgasbord" crease and look fresh no mat-
Imprisonment for the offense. Sea Dodd cited the case of will be the order of the dayat ter how many times they are Swim Team Meet will beheld
Sen. Thomas J. Dodd of Con- Mrs. James Sides of Oklahoma the Cecil Field Officers Recreational machine washed and dried.Pleat- Saturday August 28, at the

netlcut Introduced a bill Into the City who had received phone Facility on Friday, ed skirts, blouses, shirts, and CPO Chief Petty Officers Poolat
Senate which guards against calls threatening the lives of her August 27, from 6:30 p.m to playwear all come In Permanent 10 a.m. Register NOW wttll!)
threatened physical harm or abuse children two days after a news- 1 a.m. Press. It survives tough play the lifeguard. Last mlmte reg-
because of the military paper described a letter from The menu win consist of and still Is neat. (A mothers istrations will be taken the mornIng -
service rendered, or to be rendered her husband In Viet-Nam. steam clams, boiled crabs, dream of the meet from 9:30 to 10
by service personnelThe Rep. Gallagher drew attentionto shrimp, and free beer. Cost ,a.m. by the chairmen of the event
proposed legislation cov- malicious and vulgar messages will be $2.50 per person. Dancing The models did a wonderful Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Cecil Cancer
ers service members and their ridiculing a serviceman will also be included in the job I. Congratulations to Deb- of the CPO Wives Club. In orderto

families during wartime or In killed In Vlet-Nam, and fraudu- evening's entertainment. bie Campanlni Robert Derr, pay for the ribbons and trophies

military operations aboard, including lent messages to a serviceman's Marsha Keller, MartonMathews! there will be a 30 cent
the families of deceased family saying that he had been Julie Fulghum, Greg foole] ,Bob- registration fee for each event
service personnelRep. killed. bie Gower, Wendy Bowler] Ruth in which swimmers compete. For

Cornelius E. Gallagher of Cornelius, Kim Gllllamson, additional Information contact
New Jersey Introduced a similar Sharon Keller, Barbara Brown, Mrs. Henry Taylor at 771-918L
bill Into the House making It aCAW Ihlef Marina David Kline, Becky< Mann, Heidi Don't forget the Teen "Dip and
Smith, Glen Talman, Jamie Hel- Dance" Tuesday evening at the

AND BOATYARD\ gel, Margaret Jackson, Bobbie CPO Pool 7 1 p.m.
VOIT l Brown, Steve Bowler, Charles
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS Kline, Billie Gower,Cathy Hume, Please] call '181-<>968, Shirl
TAKE YOUR CAR Helen Ann Denmark, Tim Tall- Conaughton to place new ItemsIn
WITH YOU? man, Ann Washington Davi and:! the Notes of Interest
For Financing And Insurance Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways Debbie Toole. If possible call in the
Stateside And Overseas. Call Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET evenings.
DYER All news of Interest is needed.
representing U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH __ Notes OfInterest



INSURANCE COMPANY The Jacksonville Officers'
bell Ttmuquwt Rd. 1110'27WE N.A.S. CECIL FIELD Wives Club will sponsor an"Endof

Monday Evening August 9th, Summer Pool and Dancjng
TAKE OUT ORDERS DICING ROOM Cdr. & Mrs. Claude Navarrette Party" next Thursday, August
CAN J entertained members of Detach- 6th, at the NAS Jax Officers
FINANCE'ANYONE PREMIUM BERN CHOICE cur STEAKS ment 59 In their Ortega Hills Club. Admission to this event

GUARANTEED.GOOD USED 'ITXLIAff SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI home. LCdr. Edward Fisher is is 50 and Is open for high
CARS WITH '50. DOWN II the Officer In Charge of the school Juniors and seniors, and
SEE US:FIRST PIZZA.. Forrestal ((59)) Detachment. They college students. The time Is
I Q 'OBEYau BUY.Sunshine. L ,- have been named the"GIGANTH- from 7-11 p.m. at the Patio area
specialty"ANK ROPUS PHOTr and It looks like of the club.

STATE DERICKSON the purple elephant !Is already on
,. the way to the Med. LCdr. &
{ LOCATIONS' 'la the Heart of Cedar Hills Mrs. Fisher Invited the Officersand "
1293 BLANMNG Last I made list of
BLVD. year a things,
wives of VFP-62 to cock- ,
That I resolved to do
T4M N. MAIN ST. 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 &tails Mrs.Thursday Al Whilhlte August were 12. Cdr.also I'll use that list again this; year,

768-1983_ present. It's still as good as new.
Jack Herbert.PAGE .

-" .. .

AUGUST 19, 1965
" \

;:.,.'. :ij .:.t,:,:;, ;; ; :;. Club y --. .
iviovi es Schedules : ; t '. Wo,' r: ... '.'; I..
Movies will be shown regularly 0" CLUB Music this Fri USO NOTES318 North

at 7 p.m. Monday through day night will be provided by Ocean Street Special events '" ,,,,. "'", .. ".,.. d" ..0" .." _,. !ilL.
Saturday. NATTC will have two Bobby King with Johnny Jelinek at the USO this coming week Include -
feature times 2 ptm. and 7pm., on Saturday. Monday Is Steak a Co-Ed Night on Friday Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing, Company,
on Saturdays and Sundays. The Cook-out night on the patio, and and Blind Date Night on Satur 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
hospital will have one feature on for the gourmet Tuesday will day. Vespers and refreshmentsthis later: than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
Sunday at 7 p.m. feature dinner from India. Dur- Sunday at St.Johns Presby- Ads arriving;too late for this d.adlinI. 1 be published the
week unless the instructed otherwise.A .
AU evening movies at Cecil ing the summer a Patio Band will terianrChurch. Monday night the fallowing publisher4
check order for the full cost of the ad must be
be featured special' even or money
Field begin at 7 p.m. These every Wednesday.CPO t wfll, be a5 avenger
received WITH the for the ad.
times subject to change. CLUB -The'Chiefs Club 1Iunt. o DO copy NOT SEND CASH

Bldg. 593,is serving light lunches RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .52.00
every day. Entertainment for this CECIL FIELD BEACON CLUB Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . 0.50
Thursday, August, 19 Friday will be dancing to Phil Tonight is game night and Family

Cay and the Channels on Friday Night any dinner can be bought ---a
NAS Hysteria Robert Webber - --
Lelia Goldoni and to Sam Ross on Saturday. at one half the normal price.Fri

NATTC The Finest Hours ACEY DUCEY CLUB -Dancing day maic for dancing by die Mel
Documentary on Sir Winston music this Friday Saturday Gaden Band. Saturday you cangettwo SINGER AUTOMATE LOOKING FOR ECONOMICAL
Churchill and Sunday win be provided by Pizzas for the price of one. CONSOLE MODEL TRANSPORTATION?? 62 VW

Hospital Cbeyeme Autumn -> the Mark Castle Combo. Game "Happy Hour"will be from 5 p.m. Sewing Machine Zlg-Zags. blind loaded with extras. Call 771-
Richard Wklmark Carroll Night Is every Sunday and Tues- to 6 p.m. Wednesday. Sunday sticbes button boles, decorates, 5228 after 4:00 pern.
Baker Hay.\ dance music by Phil Gay's Band. etc. original price $300. has

BLUEJACKETS INN Carl balance $80. or assume payments
Field Topkakl Melina
Mercouri. Maximilian Schell Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will $8. per month will take older JAWA MOTORCYCLE 1963. 250
provide the music this Thursday CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB Fri- machine as trade. Phone CC, excelnt cord, 1 owner. $250.
and Sunday. March Wilson and day: Dinners featured Lobster at 353-1946 any time,will deliver no 359-0326 after 6 P.M.
Redcoats $2.25. 16 02. T. Bone at $1.75. Machine
will be featured on Friday obligation. A-l Sewing
Friday, August 20 with Phil Cay and the Chan 10 oz. K.C. steak at L25.,music Company.

NAS Devil on Wheels Rita tels on Saturday. Game Night Is by the Angeline Combo. Saturday FURN APT HERSCHELL 3859

Lane Domlan OTrym every Wednesday. music by the Bud Clark Band. 4 RM, & bath porch, )'de dice
NATTCHysterlaRroertWeb- Sunday Roast Beef dinner at $.85 HOMES SALE RENT YOUR near NAS $'10. 387-1950
ber. Lelia Goldoni and Children at $.50. Ladies CHOICE Select 2, 3, 4 bedroom
WIN A NEW are requested to wear dresses dwn.
Hospital The Finest Hours homes $100 no closing
Documentary on Sir Winston after 6:00 a.m. on Fridays & costs. Fast move-in. DUKE HELP WANTED flower arrangerto

Churchill MUSTANG Saturdays.STOPWCRRYINGI. LOSTUMBO. BKR 771-0374, do Poly-Arrangements. 771-

C. Field! Black Zoo Michael 5594 after 5 PM evenings.FOR .

Cough. Jeanne Cooper r J

Some no do, Many $0 $100 5x30" Ideal for trailers 264-
Saturday, August 21 If HE I' dn. No closing costs. New 4169.
homes All the X-TRAS
NAS From Russia With Love& FamilyRm

Dr. No. -Sean Canary IS DN1HE WAYI Fenced yd., built-in RIO VOLKSWAGEN 64 WAGON,R&H,
NATTC -Devil on Wheels Rita name W/W tires mirrors, sacrafice
Lane Domlan OTtynn tHElPJ rml RLTY. BRKR 771-2792 and at $1895. Chief Collins NAS Jax

Hospital Hysteria Robert f UpZ l dnappedtropicis 771-1861. ext. 8476/8484.
Webber. Leila Goldoni
, ,
C. Field Cheyenne Autumn -
Richard Widmark. Carroll
Baker FOR SALE 3 BR home close 2BR apt. A/C. Fnrn or Unfum,

to NAS $100 down. $50 month. 264-6884.

t Ifn Call An Powell USN RET 264-
'pJ .
APTS. Furn and unfurn. $60 to
Sunday, August 22 AUG. 22nd ona oI! 6144 with Powell Realty: BKR.
$75 month. Call Mrs. GrossTlI9OO'1.
NAS -Mall Order Bride Buddy 2P.M.Entrance rld! .
Ebsen Keir DnUeau .
NATTC From Russia With FURN APT 3 Sep.rms.$11.50-

Love& Dr. No -Sean Connery Fee $1.00 $15.50 wk. Bargain clean 354-

Hospital Devil on Wheels Rita tJsElPI NOTICEATTENTION 4903.

Lane. Domlan OFrym PUTT PUTT
C. Field The Finest Hours HOME FOR SALE $400 dn.

Documentary on Sir Winston beau comer lot, shade trees,

Churchill GOLF COURSES 3 BR, sep. DR, det 2 car gar.,
/ (need 1 bk yd many other. fea-
teeoour ALL MEN
li tures. 4851 Manchester Rd.
Monday, August 23 4825 Blanding Blvd. otydeanrTheftbUAfontuesof Lake Shore EV 4-5373.

NAS Synanon Edmond ('-
Brien. Chuck Comers PHONE 771-2803 Every Monday is ladies FOR SALE 70x120 Lot,septic
night at the Roller-
NATTC Mall Order Bride THE BEATLES drome. All ladies admit- tank lights. weiyocated off 118thSt.

Buddy Ebsen. Keir Dulleau PARTIES ARRANGEDOPEN are more Cobfd than wwn COLOR! ted FREE paying only Ideal for trailer. 771-7235

Hospital From Russia With 9 am 12 mid. Weekdays WTIAICIlII amu UTISTZhcushp.u for shoe skate rental if
Love & Dr. No Sean Cannery \ 0.- ,...5 they do not have their FOR RENT 3 three bed-room

1 pm 12 mid. Sundays"America's own skates. On August bases $75. 85, 90. POWELL
C. Field! Hysteria Robert Fun Sport" t FLORIDA 2nd we entertained 407 REALTY. BKR. 264-6144.
Webber Lelia Goldoni skaters, ((264 of them being

ladies). It is obvious U.S. Ordnance in Europe
that we're running better
Tuesday, August 24 Passes 20-Year Mark
than a 2-fo-l 1 ratio of

NAS Fail Safe -Henry Fonda RED BARN GARDENS ladies vs. men and we Oberammergau Germany
Dan need help supplying AFPS --
O'HerlDly ( ) During the past two
NATTC Synanon Edmund O partners for the couple decades, more than 60,000 officers -
Brien Chuck Comers THE COUNTY FEATURING PIZZA likes. Need and men have received
Hospital Mall Order Bride PIT BARBECUE & GAMES. we say ordnance Instruction In Eu-
more? ???
Buddy Ebsen Keir Dulleau rope. This reporesems almost
C. Field! Devil On Wheels a quarter of all U.S. military

Rita Lane. Domlan OTr/m HEAR THE CALIENTES AND SWING TO personnel currently stationed
YOUR FAVORITE ROCK'N ROLL AND In Europe or nearly the equivalent -
,'. of four armored
Wednesday, August 25 divisions,
NAS BIG DANCE FLOOR ,TT* July marked the 20th anniversary -
Gunfighters of Casa
Grande Alex Nichol Diana NO COVER .NO MINIMUM .' .f" ROUERDROJNE of American ordnance -
training In Europe.During -
Grande Alex Nichol Diana
Lorys YOUR HOST& HOSTESS 'The Coaatxy Clnb those years the teaching
of RoDer Riaks" effort progressed from a
Fall Safe Henry .
DICK & CHRIS small beginning after World
Fonda Dan tfHerlihy I 1855 CASSAT AVE.
War II multi-million dol-
Hospital -Synanon-Edmund('- Rocker parlor PH. 384-6687 to a
lar complex of Instruction
Brien Chuck Comers
BLVD. OPEN 7 nltfais a wk. 1:>>iO:31 oo the complicated war vehicles -
Field From Russia '
Ada. 70*, skate rental 50* of today.
Love& Dr. No -Sean Connery .


AUGUST 19, 1965

> t\ '
A press dispatch' from Gysgt.

r- JAX MARINES ;;; Tom the Bureau one Segel, complaint Da, Combat Nang,Marine tells Information us pilots that

l echo over and over Is the Inability -
.. to properly assess air
strikes. Bombs disappear Into

Pfc. Dominic Colletto, Jr. matted jungle foliage, smoke
BIRTHDAY COMING and the Viet have
graduated first in a class of 10 bolls out Cong
Marine Corps ,Birthday l Ball students (he Aviation'Ordance been hurt again. But, because of
formed "A" 13. the growth, the pilots themselves
\ committees' have been School, Class on Aug.
,, and: are hard at work planning Earlier this month on Aug. 6, cannot see the damage. So, on
festive nights for Jacksonvillearea Pfc. Michael Gahar also grad- the debriefing sheets required
ALL SMILES-Lieutenant (Junior grade) Grant R. Townsend (I /j; Marines on Nov. 10th. uated number one in a class of after each flight, numerous "assessment -
USN, retcuedrom North Vietnam after having to bail out of hit Slty- MARTD. MB, and MAD have 17 at the AO"A" School unknown due to heavy
hawk Jet, It all smiles at he thanks First Lieutenant Walter F. Turk, assumed responsibilities for the Third man to receive a Merit- tree cover" notations have been

USAF. the rescue pilot. Officer, Staff NCO and Enlisted orious Mast was Pfc. WilliamY. made.
I But there's at least one jet
Birthday Balls.. McCombs, whograduated first ,
', SgtMaj. H.H. Brawner, Ma- in a class of 18 from the Ma- pilot in Marine Fighter Attack -
SAVE BIG! rine Barracks, announced early rine Mechanical Fundamentals Squadron (VMF A-542 who
this week that the Staff NCO School. felt better Aug. 6.
Ball will be held at the George All three men were commended His target had been located ina
ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND Washington Hotel Jacksonville. for displaying exceptional narrow jungle valley and when

SgtMaj. Brawner said other details tiative, motivation and a sincere he returned, the pilot dutifully
OLDSMOBILEGreen of the Staff NCO Ball will desire to learn. Copies of these filled in the location time on
be announced later after a sur- commendations will be forwarded target, types or ordnance, etc.
Cove Springs FloridaPH. vey is taken of individual Staff to Headquarters Marine Corps The under the section usea lu
; NCO's to determine how the Ball for insertion in the official crew comments: "Today, expended -
284-3033 JAX 264-9600 Committee can best serve them. records of these Marines.BULLSEYES 8,000 pounds of bombs on
Tentative plans for the Of a reported VC position. Damage:
'17. ficer's Ball under the chair- moved all the dirt and trees and,
Just 15 Mlle South of HAS, on Highway
manship of Ma j. James W.Laseter The Aviation Detachment Pistol I guess, VC from one side of
WE SPECIALIZE IN DEALING' WITH and the Enlisted Ball being Team continues to exhibit the valley to the other."


Standby for action, quarterly -
physical readiness test coming
up next month. The test will be
Battlinga conducted on the parade field across -'
the street from MAD he ad-

quarters at 6:30: a.m.
r For officers and staff NCO's,
money problem ? the test will be conducted 13,
15 and 17 Sept. NCO's and below
4 A y r 6 will take it 14 and: 16 Sept.
Uniform wlllbe utilities,boots,
helmets, cartridge belt with can
teen, and first aid,packet, light
marching pack and TOwe'apons.IOOlvldual .
L weapons and equipmentwill
be issued from Material,
Bldg 574, at 6 a.m. each day.
All personnel taking the PRT
will muster In the recreation
1 :c; -
room, Bldg. 572 at 6:15 a.m. on
JUNGLE SURVIVAL TRAINING-Marlnet and Navymen from the the day they are to take the test.
6 J cruiser USS Galveston ford a jungle stream during survival training at
the I Suble Bay (Philippine) Natal Station. The indoctrination courts NEW POLICY
teat part of the annual field training tea-going Marines mutt take. The Marine Corps Recruiting
sailors came along at the Invitation of the Marine Detachment. Activities will accept a limited
number of volunteers for enlistment -
In the Marine Corps Reserve -
handled by SgtMaj. John Ware, steady hands and sharp eyes. In for assignment to two year;
are being considered now by the the Jax Navy Pistol Match held extended active duty, according to
two committees. Detailed announcements here last Sunday, Sgt. Willie 0. Marine -
Borrow confidently at HFC a Headquartes Corps announcement
are expected soon Newson and Cpl. DarrellF.Martin last Friday.
and will be published In this won six more trophies for active
Previously, duty assign
More than 150,000 servicemen every year win column. the team. ments of three and four years

the battle against money problems with loans ACHIEVEMENTSThree Cpl. Martin, firing In the were the only enlistment options -
from Household Finance. With over 1400 sharpshooter division, won first available for Marines.
Meritorious Masts were place, centerflre and first place
offices, HFC can give you experienced money Issued to Aviation Detachment Priority for assignment to formal -
grand aggregate.
schools and to aviation trainIng -
service-wherever you're stationed. If you Marines this week for outstand- Sgt. Newson took four first
will continue to to men
need a loan for any good purpose, borrow con- ing performance of duty while place trophies In the marksman enlisting for four go
fidently from the oldest and largest company members of various schools class: centerfire, .22, .45 and Former Marines years.through the

outs kind-HFC. here. grand aggregate. rank of Gunnery Sergeant who

were discharged or released
from active duty within the past
Borrow up to $600 year may reenlist with the rank
Take up to 24 months to repayAsk DON'T held at the time of discharge or
release, if otherwise qualified.The .

MISS fSMETY CHECK! Marine Corps will accept
about credit life insurance on loansat additional candidates for forthcoming -
group rates Officer Candidate
Courses, and the Marine Aviation

HOUSEHOFINANCE HORN .TIRES Cadet Program The qualifications -

BRAKES STEERING for these programs remain

a c't&4c& ==

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 TURN SIGNALS STOP, TURN SIGNALS "WHEN NOT IN USE

Cedar Hills Shopping Center
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 I THE JUICE"

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 2 605 Riverside Ave., 356-4212

Ask about Mir.vnlng h.ur. LOCATiONS 3919 Philips Hwy., 398-1631

L ..

19, 1965

Softball: Jax Swim Team,

I Cecil Field' Wins 3 Over City IndependentsThe : Wins Fla.. Crown

Over 10 EntriesThe

Cecil Field Raiders got walked, "Doc" Edwards was safe was dropped by the fielder. Bry- mltted three errors, and were
hits in the first ofa Navy Jax Swim Team won
three game on a error by the Air Guard ant then lined one through the charged with a pass ball.
double-header the Florida Crown Novice
Friday night, first baseman
and both came third baseman scoring Bower
but this was enough to producea home on a double by Howard to with the winning run. The Guard came back with one Championship at the annual meet
the held here August 9th at the Indoor -
3-2 victory over
right field In the bottom half of the Inning.
National Guard. The Air Guard tied the score In the nightcap the Air Guard The Air Guard went ahead in the pool

John Littleton drew the pitch- in the top half of the sixth inning turned the tables on the Raiders game with two runs in the third

ing assignment for the Raidersand on a walk, pass ball, an with a 4-3 win. on two base hits and a Cecil There were ten teams participating -

gave up two hits and two error and a base hit. The Raiders once again Jumped error. They added one more In in the meet with a totalof
runs in the eight Inning contest Cecil 60 events Out of the 60,
pushed the winning tally Into an early first inning lead the fifth by combining a walk
Littleton had eight strikeouts the Jax Swim Team took
across In the extra Inning with- pushing two runs across In the and two base hits Navy
and walked two. out the aide of a base hit Don top half of the Cecil's 20 1st places, 13 2nds, and 13
The Raiders scored first in the Bower fed off with a fly ball'to runs once again came The Raiders tried for a comeback thirds.
without a
bottom of the opening inning when deep'right centerfield and ended ,base hit as the Guardsmen comRade > in' the seventh inning but
]lead-off batter "Bear" Bryant up on third base when the ball fell one. run short when die rally Participating were Navy Jax

1 i seatChurchman fizzled |out. Bower led off witha Swim Team, Good Shepard Swim
.:v '}:{{ { '' r s Team, San Jose Country Club
:vh: : rvyr ir.vktii}}::}{v.vk :};'r'r' : }: single, went to third on a
i ?; single by pinch-hitter Littletonand Beaches Aquatic Club, Holly
Oak Swim Team, Southside/Rl-
came on an error by
the first baseman. With two men verslde, ,Ponte Verdi Swim

Murray Hill Baptist providedthe on and one out, the next two Team, Jax YMCA, St. Augustine -
..M'{f opposition for Cecil Field Cecil batters hit Into force plays. Swim Club and the Florida
on Monday night in a twin-bill Yacht Ctob.
and the Navy's opponents fell
Takes LeadAfter by scores of 5-3 and 5-2. "Red" Lane was on the mound The 1965-66 Season will Stan
Memphis Early for the Raiders and was taggedfor
Sept. 11th at the Indoor pool

Murray Hill got into the scor- three seven and walked hits. He two.struck out Anyone wishing to join may dosoon

snapping up an opening ing column In the third inningof that date.

round lead In the Sixth Naval the first game when pitcher

District Golf Tournament at Jax Bob Hunter walked the lead-off
the Memphis Golf Team wentto batter, the runner scored an un- Television Repair Complete SatisfactionFRENCH'S

the Tuesday night banquet with earned run with the aide of an

the other 10 entries. F error, and two fielder's choices.
The churchmen added single runs
The tourney kicked off early in the fifth and sixth Innings.
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the bottom half of the sixth inn-
Jax, 303 to 310.
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was two strokes up on Al Barreof that the opposition couldn't han

Jax and teammate Andy Moore, dle. The big hit of the inning
both who had 75's for the open came with the bases loaded when

ing round Howard pinch-hitting for Bob /b Z? C/
Nutt, tripled to deep right fieldto
Commander George Herider empty the bases.
Mayport was leading the Senior BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
bracket with a 78. Behind him MEMPHIS TOUGHIES. Andy
Moor left and Jim Deem Don Bower got credit for the
was Lieutenant V. T. Paladin of ( ) ,.
win, after he relieved Hunter in
Memphis with a 79 and Cecil put the eye on the team mugs
Field's Officer that go to the 6ND Golf the sixth inning preserve the
Commanding ,
Captain S. D. Wright with an 80. champions. Both Jailors were victory.In 4 55
opening round leaders.

The Tuesday night bancjuetwas the second contest, pitcher r
held in the Bluejacket's Inn In John Littleton, threw a mov- 4:

honor of the Navy golfers. ing drop ball to keep Murray

It was stated In last week's Hill well in hand. He allowedtwo
paper that there would be an scratch singled and two runs. ;
: organization football meetingat He got ten strike outs and walk-

Memphis 303 Cecil Field on Sept. 10 at ed two.
11 a.m. in the station gym.
Jax 310
This should have read the
While Littleton
Sanford 328 was keeping
Pensacola 329 meeting is set for Sept. 9 at things under control on the n.--.... .
COMFAIRJAX 331 11 a.m. In the station gym. mound J. his teammates gave him

Mayport 336 The meeting is slated for all offensive support by pushing a-
Interested intramural entriesfor
Cecil Field 342 cross five runs on four hits.
the fall season. Any organization c
Charleston 346 K UR j BR4a J B SRI
enter as teamsas J
Key West 350 it wishes may in the many league. All The big Inning for the Raiders
352 came in the fifth when pushed -
Gtynco they ( a c
entries should be turned in by
COMCRUDESFLOT 6 385 three runs over the plate.
4 p.m., Sept 8. The big flows of the Inning cameon D L a BRA BR2a

Barr's, the dollar-a-dozen back to back home runs by

carnation place in South Natick Jim Beasley and Ed Tonges.

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reach every Sailor Marine, and unit receives the honor. games slot. Otter teams entered leave for:Memphis Saturday to I
take the CL MFAIgTAX,1tea( lJ-; ner-up
Wave :in some, form of sports The various sports offered in '. minaddn'Toaniam( qt' and gain a' were* A44from Cecil:Field, represent'the area there against
or athletics. this program'are as follows: berth in -the 6 Naval District and F FAJRDET from Sanford. other 6ND teams.COMFAIRJAX .

Touch football Softball volleyball Softball Tournament at HAS
CHURCH OF CHRIST basketball handball, Memphis next week.
5123 VESCONETT BLVD. squash tennis, badminton 1 bowling The Jax Intramural champions
NEAR NAB golf,swimming track,boxing had twoputtwoback-to-backwirty

JUST OFF TBIUQUANA RD. and piqg.po. together. over rival,..VAP- to,

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athletic program has been under The two teams met in me semi
130 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP rounds of the double eli
11:00 A.M. rORSHIP the very able direction of Mr. final
7:00 P.... EVENING SERVICE Frank McCaffrey Athletic Dir- mination tournament and the VP
ector. outfit nosed out a 3-1 win over
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The team, led by Lieutenant Jax 6ND Team
Turner scored 58 in d
R.A. points +
the eight team league am dropped Set For TourneyCecil .
but 12 to edge out AMD by a y 'IIP mt DRIP"JOIN
Field's Softball
three point margin. varsity .
team brushed up this week for
Turner, who acted as the squad the Sixth Naval District Tournament -
ron's team captain, also repre- that opens In Memphis, 0 "
sented Cecil Field in the Sixth Tern., Monday. This week the THE TEAM
Naval District competition in the Raiders played twin-bills every C b9
singles and doubles competition. night with city league teams in !YwImswBldg.

., Other team members were; Lieutenant final preparation.
(jg) Curt Wiedman. AT2 Under manager Bob Scruggs, 500 Drops
+ the Raiders have been .
Eric Nelson and Lieutenant Commander working
11'l 4.,
{ Gail Conaughton. together since early May. They
I ..u : +rv finished second In the Southern MAD 8# In
Va-172 was forced to drop from Division of the Florida/Georgia
_.- SPECIAL the league early in the season Inter-service League. In competition NATTC Bowling
because of a Med deployment.Fall
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COLUMN LEFT Sports ;CI:. ';Q,'w;iJM1 'a: ",v..YJJ;' 'es;

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By Dave Colby -- 1 QQ' .J'lrt:g, 1 .: .'Oy.ti'j[
Shorts .
- .. L What member of Bakers-
field Calif. Aqua Aces won five
( )
We can remember, and It seems not too long ago, when Milwaukee's The fall meeting of the Florida- gold medlas in AAU age-group The NAS Service Wives ended'the
County: Stadium and the newly acquired Braves were the talk and Georgia Inter-Service Con- swimming competition this year? summer last Friday with the.
of the major leagues. Hullabaloos taking first place.An .
envy ference will be held at the Cecil 2. What middleweight boxer
After the move from Boston In agement has pleaded to be allow- Field gym on September 23 a: recently won a 10-round unanimous organizational meeting for
1953, the Braves brought the ed to finish the season In Atlanta. 11 a.m. decision from Young Joe the Fall League will he held'

Beer City" two pennants, 1957- The Georgia-city( ,has made no It, Is expected. that ,representatives Walcott, 29, son of the former Thursday, August 26, at 7:30'
58, and a world championship.The bones about it,, the-Braves 1 ; are, 'from. all 12 conference heavyweight title holder? p.m. at the EM MainsideLounge,
city was happy with the welcome with entries will'be Bldg. 955. All women interestedin
"RedCarpet" paving present This 3. What 54-foot sloop won the
Braves and club owners like the way. If this move were meeting Is being held to elect 1965, 235-mile, Port Huron-to- joining the league are invitedto
their new home, there seemed to allowed there and attend or contact Kaye Felton
question officials make
comes new to plans Mackinac race? It was the third
be a romance going on. It was a of what happens to the city's International for the Conference's track and time this sloop has won the race at 771-2882. I
good time for baseball In MIl- League team, the field meet scheduled to be heldat in Its 41-year history. Standings for the week of.
waukee. Crackers' NAS Jax on November 6. It
The Braves' move from Boston The Irony: of the situation. is is also planned that the 1965-66 ANSWERS' Hullabaloos 39 21.'
to Milwaukee was the start of the that the Braves are playing good' basketball program will be set- . .. Virginians 38 22

Iterate baseball franchises. Soon baseball, the team is very tnUch up at that time. 'UJ" pio35 Fugitives 32 28
the Athletics, the Browns, the In contention for the National ; Munsters 27 33
ids Xsd/o
and the Dodgers ***** say tools gq1 'qm Rogues 24 36
the Senators -
Giants, : League Pennant. Last week the
oas 'unoq
followed suit. The clubs had Braves were, at onetime, Watch for the first gi (put wjnujui w Saints 20 40
agame four wall Z t; jo 9tup pawaijoo: t ui C.'DOSUJqoa .
seen what the Braves- .accom- and one-half behind the league indoor handball tournament in ,{Ian8os

pUshed by their mOve and likedit. leading Dodgers.In Duval County to be held at Cecil : Pto-u -;AJJWOlWV Z FOR SPORTS NEWS CALL CF

Baseball went west. the south the expansion of FIrld In the near future. Tenta- 4Ctlartullos If your organization or team

professional sports into the area tive plans at present call for I paiotput put safOnststat has sports news it would like to
BRAVES NOT POPULARIN has been received with mixed this tournament to be open to q(XIV->pvq',{TJJaunq 'ajLt s get in The News-Afterburn

MILWAUKEE TODAY reactions. There is the prideof everyone In Duval County. -aalJ uj sirengZ 11 1SJ)1 poOtld er call Cecil Field, extension

having a major league It Is also expected that a statewide luau t1W plo4a 4(441 3 i 8163.;
If there was a romance going football or baseball team but tournament will follow.
when the Braves were In Milwaukee there is also the fear of what -- .'

during the 50's, today the these teams will do the existing ***** SEGRA YES SERVICE CENTER

love affair Is on the rocks. This sports structure. In Miami the The varsity bowling team from .

year, for the second time In a row, University of Miami is afraidit Cecil Field left Monday for Paris 'VUJTO-MARINE.SERVICE

the managementhas made Itclear will have to compete with ma- Island, S.C. for the first Paris PHIWPS '
that the ebb Is packing up for jor league football for fans.It Island Recruit Depot Invitational Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega Rev-@

another move. This time the seems that the JacksonvilleSuns Bow ling Tournament.The tournament I I PHONE 389-1161 '

Braves are going south and goingfor of the International Leaguewill is open to all branches of Body Shop 4901 lrrlntoa #
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year the Braves environ- move to Atlanta. A study of petition started Wednesday. SMI and Plaid Stomps
ment will be Atlanta. the International League reveals Representing Cecil Field Is Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Soviet Dld-o-Cer

The Braves probably would that the teams are located so that Chief Herb Palmer, ATI Art Body Repairs Pltf 17 Marino U-Houl

have moved to the south's cos- they compliment each other. Columbus SuUlvian, PR1 Al Trevlrio, TD1 Boat at Regular Station Prices
mopolitan city In 1963 If Ithadrft and Toledo are In Ohio; Claude Henderlite, an AH Sav- got compUte 1965 Lines
been for baseball commissionerFord Rochester, Syracuse, Buffalo, erlo Sofia. Now Showing

Frlck denying them permission and: Toronto are all In the same ..... EvlawSeTtaDderfefrd
Boats& ,
to leave Milwaukee.Tangled general area, and: Atlanta and nEVINRU 7?
)legal matters between the club Jacksonville are located close together Cecil Field Special Serviceshas Nigh Trade. Btaicraft

and the County of Milwaukee have In the South. By bring- five new trailer campers for low Down Payment 1I.j!! .Formats Viking 5 Jr.

kept the Braves In the northern ing the Braves to Atlanta and use by Navy personneL Eaiy Terms Yep

city to date. moving Crackers out,the har- The new campers are larger
Oar 38 year reputation U your best,cvaraotee of qaallty ttnrlce.! : .
The baseball state of affairsin mony will be disrupted. than the older models and the

Wisconsin are still chaotic. addition boost the number of

trailers that can be checked out

BOYCOTTAfter ARE TELEVISED It Is advised that anyone wish- NEW 1965VALIANT
Ing to check one of these out for

the Braves played a the weekend make plans to do so
And what if the Braves gamesare
spring exhibition game Atlanta well In advance to avoid the weekend -
televised locally? Just why
and a total season ticket sales of rush.
people watch International league
1,300 was made in Milwaukee It *****
ball is unknown but it probablystems
was clear] a quick Reno divorcewas that Those Cecil
from the reason they dependents at
needed and itwas time to remarry and Field who did their
like to watch baseball any not pick-up
this time to Atlanta.Milwaukee baseball is better than no basebalL certificates for participation in

baseball fans have refused But what If there is a ma- the Summer RecreatlonProgramwill

to support the Braves this jor league team in the area? be getting them shortly. I
season. In spite of the team Won't people from Jacksonville, These certificates will be forwarded -

playing winning baseball,the fans as well as other nearby southern by Special Services to thedependent's
have refused to turn out for the
cities support the Braves since sponsor's command 1INCLUDES
home games. The Braves are are the only major team in
thanin they .....
drawing better on the road
the area and to forget
County Stadium The installation of overheadsin
There was more than sunshinein club owners are the two indoor handball courts
Major League
the south to attract major lea- at Cecil Field now makes them
turnstiles and :
for clicking
gue baseball There was, and still looking this acceptable for official competition. $
television cameras t BANK RATE FINANCING
is, money and fans, the same elements aren't choosy For rule purposes a shotin 1759 LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT
that drew the Braves to money. southern or handball may now be playedoff SPECIAL DEALS FOR NAVY
been whether It's money the overheads. MORE THAN 200 FINE NEW A USED
Wisconsin. The south has
northern money as long as It's CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
untapped by big league profes- negotiable.If .

sional sports. they cry about the downfall HONDAMOTORCYCLES NOW -LARGE SELECTION OF A7C
Now nearly all the professionalsports clubs should
of their farm they
organizations are whlstl wipe their own tears because It L EXECUTIVE CARS, LOW MILEAGE

Ing Dixie. Is their own greed which Is ruin- SAVE UP TO $800 ON THESE VALUES
It's apparent that the city of the The quickestway
Ing system.
Milwaukee and Wisconsin base- to end minor ]league atten- ALL MODELS DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT
ball fans aren't mad at baseball, dance and make the (farm clubs NOTHING DOWNWe

just the Braves organization.City 'dependent on the parent organi-
Give Merchants Green Stamps
fathers said last year that when zation is to televise games and CLAYTON REVELSChryslerPlymouth
the Braves go, the town is goingto shift clubs. OPEN 8A.M.-8P.M.

attempt to get another team Weren't major league clubs MON.- FRI.

they pointed the strongest towards making money before television 8A.M-6P.M. SAT. ,.Inc.

the Cleveland Indians. and before they started all the 9 P.M..5P.M. SUN.

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Sanford Netter Takes All-Navy

Seniors Then Wins All-Service Cedar Hi11sRiverside

Senior Chief Fire Control 7-5, 6-4 and 6-0. The Navy Lieu- man Jean Farrington and First :
Technician Jack Cardland of NAS tenant was also on the runner- Class Personnelman Meg Cozad rI)
Sanford slammed his way out of up open doubles team.A Miss Farrington, who is about Chevrolet '
the Sixth Naval District Tennis WAVE photographer's mate to retire on 20 years, also won : :.:.:.:.:.......:.:.:.>:.:::::.:::
Tournament last month in the third class from Pensacola,Janet the women's singles. She, has .:* : ::;:1;:W: ,
Men's Senior Dhbionheld atNAS Newland, was on the women's never been defeated in Navy com-
J ax. He then went on to take the doubles runner-up team. The 600 petition.
All Navy singles crown and play- representative fell to Chief Yeo-
ed an important share in the
Senior doubles title last week at Cecil Field Intramural StandingsSOFJBALL I

Newport R.LCardland GOLF_
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Teams W L Teams W L
Commander Al
tourney by beating
Bradbury of NATTC at J ax. In VA-44 170VF174 A-44 12-1
Newport he scored convincing set 15-2 MID 10-3
wins of 6-4 and 6-2 over Captain Admin 13-4 Admin 10.3NMITG 62 CORVETTE
.2 3 95
Bill Foulkes in the senior singles Marines 11-7 10-3 4 speed transmission, R&H, solid red. .
final Weapons 9-7 Weapons #2 91/2-312
The pair of opponents faced VA-45 10-9 Medical-Dental 71/2.51/2
each other again in the senior Supply 8-8 VA-45 61/2-51/2
doubles. This time Cardland VC-4 6-11 Weapons HI 6-6
teamed up with Chief Journalist VFP-62 0-19 Fighting Photo 512712F
Calvin Karrh but beat Capt. AMD 3-16 21/2-71/2
Foulkes and his partner, Com- (dropped from league) Gophers 21/2-91/2
mander Stan Potts, by repeat ubllc Works 1-9 Operations 2-9
6-1 sets. (dropped from league) Marines 2-10 03 FORD FASTBACK

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