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September 2, 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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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own aM not to be considered an official expression of any

mllltrry department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.r-


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Patron Wins VA-175 Shoulder Patch 1 Volunteers For '

NavAirLanf " VA-175 missioned in the Jacksonvillearea
shoulder patch." several years ago. He
This was the appeal containedin indicated in his letter that he Viet NamNeededThe
ASW E AwardNAS a letter recently receivedat desired to obtain a shoulder patch
the Service Information Office from the squadron and hoped that
lax based Patrol Squadron of Commander Fleet Air somebody in the Jacksonvillearea
16 has won the 1965 NAVAlrLantASW Jacksonville. The letter was would have one available.If Secretary of the Navy April was very gratifying, there
Squadron Battle Efficiency signed by Captain H.F. Lang any JaxAIrNews readers announced last week that wolun- remains a continuing and
Award. USN, Commanding Officer of the know the whereabouts of suchan teers for duty In Vietnam are Increasing need tor more volun
fleet oiler USS Kankakee. insignia please contact Cap- needed on a continuing basis for teers. -
VP 16, Commanded by Com- According to information a- tain Lang aboard the USSKan- the twelve month tour of duty. Commanding officers have

mander Charles J. Eadie, USN, vailable to Captain Lang, Attack kakee (AO-39)), F.P.O.New York, The Bureau of Naval Personnel therefore been directed to approve -
will be awarded the coveted "E"on
Squadron 175. was decom- N.Y. Detailer stated that although all requests from qualified,
September 7, at ceremoniesin
the Squadron Hanger. Rear response to the SecNav: Note of Individuals where it is determined -

Admiral A.R. Matter,USNCom that the best interests
mander Fleet Wings,Atlantic will Fifteen Michigan of the Navy will be served. In
Navy LeaguersVisit
make the presentation. Uniformfor the cases where department
the presentation which will heads feel that a replacementIs
take place at .11 a.m. will be an absolute necessity then this
white fact should be made known to the ..:
tropical long. Local Naval Installations
Military Personnel Office at the

VP-16, known throughout the _. time that the Individual submitsa
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Navy as "The Eagles", is one request for Vietnam assign-
\ of four NAS Jacksonville based M
l4dr ment. ,
F. .t4i
41 w ? d hh fY ;+x' +
patrol squadrons under the Requests for Vietnam duty

operational: control of Commander 9 1.d,. ;x dyar should not be turned down sole-
Fleet Air Wing 11. The pix, ly on the basis that a replacement -
squadron operates the four en- r, 5 .x is needed to fill the billet
fin 't& a ; ;o"R"
gine P-3 Orion. 4t 1 t. G left Although effort
M vacant. every
4 7 L dib
Y '- :
M& 3 i y v t
6 'y i 3
The primary mission of VP- h s,:" is being made to man all com-
16 is the complex job of detectIng mands at an acceptable level,
-'r a'9'' 'e. x ;"' +rrJlva9a shore establishments are certain -
tracking and necessary, + Q ,i ,, ,,"
a '' y1
; 9 suffer certain
destroying hostile submarines. 5'y to manpower
They have a secondary mission losses.As I
outlined in SecNav Note "
of mine laying, shipping sur- '
veillance, reconnaissance operations k 1130, volunteers are needed from
and air search and rescue >';;f' ( ,. the ranks of captain through lieu- ,

operations.The r, ,,..., ,,, tenant junior grade. Reserve
patrol squadron was originally 1\ S '\ ;, z $; officers are also being excepted
providing that they have the required -
commissioned of
in May
1946 at Cecil Field. VPML56 ,, 12 mor.ths obligated ser-
i ; -
as the Eagles were designatedthen '"'7' vice left or will agree to extend Jf
for the twelve month tour.
flew the amphibious PBY"Catalina" -f,
aP S .5 Enlisted volunteers are
under the adminis- a. s
trative control of the Naval Air r ed in all rate, but particularly
Reserve Training Command. In the following: BM, HM.GM,
l MM, ET, RM, YN, PN, SK, DK,
'Shang'PerryCollide EA, CE, SO, CM,.BU, SW, UT,
AD, AT, AB, AD, PT, and PH.

,in Med


The Mayport based attack air-
craft carrier USS Shangri-La

is in Naples, Italy for repairs
following a collision last Friday j_
night in the Mediterranean with \M
At HAS Jox
the destroyer USS Newman K. y %
Perry. ;
M d The third and last group of
One sailor was killed aboard MIDWESTERN NAVY LEAGUERS .Fifteen members of the Wavy League Council from Lansing, Midshipmen arrived at NAS Jax

the Perry and another injured. Michigan, landed /meson Airport last week for a visit of the Jacksonville Navy Complex. Upon last Tuesday, August 31.
The destroyer is based at Newport their arrival at HAS Jax they were greeted by RAdm. Robert Goldthwaitc, Commander Fleet Air This group of approximately

R.I. Jax. During their stay, they visited various facilities at HAS Jax and Cecil Field, and the USS 280 faun naval officers will be
Sixth Fleet
According to spoke- here until September 8,for a two-
smen the two ships were on Saratoga of Mayport. week indoctrination In Naval

routine night operations in the Aviation and its role in the over
Tyrrhenian Sea about 115 miles all defense of the United States.
southwest of Naples when the Fifteen members of the Fatrjax staff and then departed spray the plane with loam and
collision occured. Accordingto Lansing Mich., Navy League for a bus tour of NAS,Jacksonville put out the blaze.A Like the two groups that pre-
reports received In Jackson Council arrived at NAS Jax last NAS Cecil Field and the station helicopter, pilotedby ceeded them, they will visit bases
ville the Shangri-La was hit on Friday for a look at local naval Naval Station Mayport.At : Lt. A.V. Bacanskas. went in the Jacksonville Navycomplexas
the starboard side forward facilities and a one day cruise Cecil Field, the Navy Lea- through air to sea rescue me- part of their orientation visitto
aboard the aircraft carrier USS guers saw demonstrations in thods. The rescue mission: was fleet activities. The first
The destroyer received bow Saratoga. helicopter rescue and aircraft simulated by piloting the 'copcer group of midshipmen were herein
damage which trapped the. two Headed by Mayor Max Murninghan fire fighting. Cdr. W.O. Walker, over a ground crewman,then low- July, and the second in early
men in a small compartment. of Lansing, the group Assistant Air Operations Officer ering a sling to him and hoisting August.
The injured man was freed after arrived at Imeson airport via Cecil, greeted the group and actedas him into the helicopter. During their visit, the pro-
about four hours and was trans- commercial air. They were their escort on the informaltour After touring Cecil Field the spective officers will visit Fighter -
ferred to the Shangri-La byheli- greeted at the NAS Jax Com- of the flight line activities. Navy Leaguers went to Mayport Squadrons 174 and 101 at
copter. The fatally injured sea- missioned Officers' Mess by The League then watched fire- where Cape. J.S. Swope, Commanding Cecil Field: Attack Squadrons
Robert Gold with Cape. 42 and 44 also at Cecil ; Heavy "z..
man was trapped in the forward Rear Admiral fighting techniques Officer, greeted them at -
section of the ship for nearly thwaite, Commander, Fleet Air S.D. Wright, Cecil'sCommandingOfficer. the main gate. Attack Squadrons at NAS San-
17 hours. Jacksonville and members of his- A salvaged aircraft was The grdup spent Sat unlay night ford; patrol squadrons at
staff. ignited and a crash truck was on the carrier and on Saturday NAS Jax; and Heavy Photo- .,
Continued on Page 2 Following lunch, the group was dispatched to the scene, in realistic Continued on Page 2 graphic Squadron 62, also based tat
briefed by members of tha.Com- emergency fashion, to NAS Jax.

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A. PAGE 2 JAX AIR SE\\s\FTEnn(1n

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-' l <' :"r\: l 1i!tH- :( t. J:grfessSUNDAY ij I, I Chaplains/ Message

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",'ttt } .' Q. -r' Chaplain F. R.
lkl by McAlisterIn
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,,':.- ;J ; : the opening chapters of the book of Genesis we read of nun\
; 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy Com- fall and Cod' pronouncement that man will have to work for hK
munion living for the rest of his days. Since that time man:. has |had, t to

9:30 a.m. Service of Divine work to survive.But : .
;' '. wE Worship God in His infinite goodness and mercy tempered UN puni, ,1.
9:30 a.m. Sunday School forages ment with an opportunity! for great blessing.! In spite of our dislike -
E 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 for work we find in work the meat for being happy In life,
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine Recently man asked a psychologist for advice.' It eems that
.: 1ji ,ot. '" Worship the man had made enough money at an early age to retire. ||b

,". S{, ,tt. 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship question was whether or not to do so, even though he was sttl; young
and able to continue working. advised him to
fa'' continue working and gave these reasons. First .workgiveva
itwt$ ;b) WEDNESDAY meaning to life and affords an opportunity for the aa-omplNimem
of worth while ends. Also it affords: an opportunity for associationand
- ., Sli. \ 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal worklooses his
,o, fellowship. A man who not point Of contact:

;,,.,...... C> ". .' with other working people. In addition, a man who does not have to
r,: r 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal work invariably seeks other employment for his time and: talent ,
.. and rarely finds anything as satisfying and rewarding ahi* chosen

12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, profession.Labor .
Also on all Holy Days Day is the day of the year dedicated to work and o people
: Catholic Services at St. Ed- who work. It is also, by tradition and popular decree the hit
COPb ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval holiday before the long winter months begin. As we pause on thi--
Hospital occasion, let us express our gratitude to cod! for the opportunity,
the right, and the privilege to work, and for the strength that God;
SUNDAY MASS gives us to do what we must do.

6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital 'SHANG'-PERRY Contnuecllrom Page 1
EditorialSpeak 9:00a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed-

ward's Chapel. His shipmates cut supporting Both ships steamed under their
members and jacked the hull a- own power to Naples: for repairs.
Up for Service Life; DAILY MASS way from the trapped man in The cause of the accident, which
11:30 an vain effort to free him. It occured at night, Is unknown.An .
a.m. St. Edward's Chapel was finally necessary to cut through investigation will be held
It's Proud Profession !
a the ship's hull from the
MONDAY & TUESDAY outside to reach him.
- WHENEVER you wear your uniform, you are tacitly tellingall The man was rushed to the LANSING
who see you that you are capable of defending your country: 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC aircraft carriers :sickbaybyhell-
against all enemies. Through basic and advanced training you copter, but died shortly after arriving Continued; from Page J

have been taught necessary fundamentals of the military pro- FRIDAY onboard. accompanied the Saratoga to sea
fession. In short, you are a symbol of America's defense forces. The dead sailor was identifiedas on its anual dependents day
But is being a symbol enough? How do you react with your 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Fred L. Greene Jr., seaman cruise. The Lansing civilians
buddies when conversation turns to the pros and cons of military apprentice. The injured sailor spent Saturday night on the carr
life? Are you ready to defend verbally your position as a memberof SATURDAY was identified as John S. RyalsJr. ier and left for their Michigan
the armed forces? ., seaman apprentice. home on Sunday.
It doesn't matter' whether you're In the service for two years or 9:00 Edward's -
20right now, while you're' in uniform, the service is your career. New Reenlistment Bonus
Therefore, It's worth all your enthusiasm and support..
Some may believe the old adage, "Silence is golden," should

apply when a fellow serviceman begins knocking the outfit. Thisis 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.. and before To Be Paid in Installments ..
'definitely hot the case. By remaining quiet, you lose the argument Masses I
by'default. You are, in effect, telling others listening to
Catechism Classes Grade School of Defense officals are work-
: Washington (AFPS--Department)
this disparagement that you have nothing to offer to contradict it.
Ing with the services to put the new variable reenlistment bonus
Even in branches of the service where voluntary enlistmentsare
the only means of admission, there will always be that usual SATURDAY into effect as soon as possible.No .
definite date has been set but one service official estimatedit
with three four who half his
one or years to serve spends time 10:00 a.m. AU Saints' Activi-
critical skill
October before certain
would be sometime in
belittling men who reenlist. He chides them about inability to ties building 722.
_ -. "make it" on the outside. He always gives the impression that reenlistees would begin receiv-
he has a job awaiting in the civilian world that only he Is qualified ing the bonus. Sec Def Labor I
for. You may know this is not true; that the "knocker" has no TrafficViolations Under the new military pay
more education or other special qualifications for a job than any law, an individual serving in a
of his contemporaries.But designated critical skill could Day MessageLabor
if you "clam up" when guys like this start downgrading your receive several thousand dollarsin
job, then you're little better than your antagonist.So The following is a report of addition to the regular re- Day 1965 is an appro-
next time the discussion swings around to the way you earn motor vehicle accident and enlistment bonus, based on pay priate occasion to note the American
your livelihood, try talking it up. Let the others know why you traffic violations for the period grade, term of reenlistment and worker's contribution to our
are proud to be a member of one of the largest and most efficient August 24 through August 30. longevity for pay purposes. Nation's strength.
organizations in the world. Remind them of the Importance of your Number of Accidents critical skill firsttermersauthorized Working men
work. They'll find it hard to dispute you. After all, what you're the bonus would receive and women in
doing in uniform assures the "knocker" of his freedoms when he This Week August 24 through August a down payment upon re- countle.ssshops

leaves service. (AFPS) 30 ............................5 enlisting, with annual payments and fac-
Total Accidents this year through made each year thereafter, an tories are producing

August 65......................131 official said. arms ,
An example would be a crit- and supplies
Number of Accidents through August -
64........................167 ical skill E-4 completing a four vital to our
wow Total number of days since last year enlistment and reenlisting militaryforces.
Is Coming injury in a motor vehicle accident for four years. The normal This

............................11 bonus would be $864, four timesa equipment is
monthly base pay of 3216. If playing an important -
Number of ViolationsThis authorized the maximum variable role In D/" ", S"m'tnrr
bonus the individual would receive resisting the

Week.,......................34 an additional $3,456 in four current threat McA ,,/ ""
Speeding i ..............................5 equal installments. to the freedomand
Reckless Driving..1 This means getting ;$1,728$ on independence of countriesin
JTAX AIR: NEWS Going through Stop Sign..4Other reenlistment (normal bonus and Southeast Asia as: wet as our

Violations............ .....24 first variable payment), then receiving own security. This serious threat
Twenty drivers apeared be- three annual payments of can be overcome only by the
fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat $864 for a $4,320 total. In
efforts of all
Ina JAX AIR NEWS U Civilian Enterprise
a N.wlpap.rdistribut.d the meeting held on August An E-5 under similar circum- this effort, It is reassuring\ to
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 31. Disposition of the cases stances would receive $5,232. know that American labor asa
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Included the following: Four For a six year reenlistment, the production partner, is on the
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR lost driving and parking privi- amount would be approximately same team with the Armed tor-
NEWS must be forwarded to the ServiceInforrnqtion Office, leges aboard station for various $7,000. ce.This? teamwork, we are
.Box 2, NAS.Jocklbnvil1s: i, ,. by'12:00 noon:on Monday before periods: Three. were assignedto confident, will be able to meet; items are welcomed. for, all.: sources- eight-hour coursein The new bonus does not count successfully the' challenge*
T.lephone'EY,9.7711, Ext.8162. remedial driving at NATTC; against normal reenlistment en- ahead.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Two were assigned to completea tiuements. A person may collect The Department of Defence
;.six-hour course in remedial up to $2,000 in normal opportunity to=
bonuses welcomes this
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing : ')
driving at Jax Police Academy duri a service (AF
; lute Labor.
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida Ten received suspensions;Three career. American ami
Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. were given warnings; One was
dismissed; None were fined(U.S.

VOL.23 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 2,1965 COMMISSIONER to commanding); and Three officer referred Be Ready For WOW

for possible disciplinary! action.

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1e SeeNav Answers Questions About r I Iy

in'hi:S Marine Corps Action in Viet Narn tt /

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EDITOR'S NOTE: tensive system: :: of tunnels andcaves demolitions and grenades Ling x
-h- The following' selected rt.-: many\ reinforced: by con- used to neutralize t''e: turn els,
':i marks by Secretary of the Navy: crete. bunkers and caves, either withIn -
life, Paul H. Nitze, Will: correct certain Q. Have you or your naval the houses or in chae:> proximity. t
hat inaccurate and erroneous staff issued any neworders con- The company commander
Mb ceports: which have recently appeared cerning operations which might of the unit invoked in this action
ung in the press concerningthe involve action against suspectedViet has stated that one house was
1 110 actions of Marine Knits in Cong used villages: ? burned deliberately by application I
ve. Vietnam. of cigarette lighter. This:
em Q. News dispatches relatingto A. No, only broad guidance was a house which covered a
'Ion the Cam Ne operation of August relating to national policy and concrete basement which had a
'act 2 seem to concern mainly overall strategy is provided our concrete tunnel outlet leadingto
2 to Marine units which alledgedly naval commanders in the field. a tunnel complex. In his i
burned the village Has the New orders are not necessaryas opinion, this was a tactical installation -
1ten Third Marines changes: its tac- the Navy and Marine units rather than a peaceful ---j N rI\
tics and undertaken a different operating in Vietnam have dwelling; he approved the burn-
'pielast kind of clearing action in the published orders on this: sub- ED McCOMB, NAVY EXCHANGE BARBER, demonstrates new
DaNang area? ject which are adequate.Q. ing.On the night of 8 August Marines clippers now in use at the Navy Exchange Barber'Shop for Marine
hi* What are the true statistics outside Cam Ne were again Sgt. C. D. Bornman. The purpose of the Clipper'Vac Is to remove
"y, A. A natural and inevitable involved in the Cam Ne fired on by Viet Cong in Cam
those loose hairs and them
Irritating transport to a container in
;iod adjunct to our defense of air incident of 2 August? Ne. Marine Corps casualtieswere
and logistic base complexes is 21, WIA, 2 of which died the Vacuum unit.
to expand the area of secure A. We do not have reports of wounds.Q. .
military control, i.e., pacification concerning each hut burning Incident Has the Third Marines
and provisions of securityto that has taken place since been successful in any of their = '
the populated, built-up areas Marine combat units arrived in village pacification efforts? rLUSED ::13..
their surrounding these Installations. Vietnam. However, we have -
airs, Where those built-up areas are asked for and received a report A. (SECNAV) I feel that _
hick being utilized by the Viet Congas concerning the number of huts the Third Marines under MGEN CARS
own. defensive positions, bases for burned in the Cam Ne action.In Lewis W. Walt has been immin-
''icld raids on our facilitiesor centers this operation 51 huts were ently successful in its village
for the harassment of loyalVJet- burned (not 150 as reported by pacification program. When in
namese they are routinely various media). It is important Vietnam last month, I went out
cleared of Viet Cong by our to know the background which to a small village north of Da DUVAL MOTORS' i
forces:; in conjunction with RVN caused these burnings. The Nang which had just been securedby
representatives.:;; Where neither sweep of this heavily fortified Marines. The women and
> sea U.S. nor RVN forces can main- village, which had been con- children were happy to see us 4 BEST BUYS!
day tain continuous occupancy It is trolled by the Viet Cong for and each Marine seemed likea
lans necessary to destroy those faci- sometime, was conducted In a Pied Piper with a flock of
irr- lities which have been developedby methodical manner. The houses youngsters following him. It SAN JUAN IQf. 7
igan the Viet Cong for their pur- were surrounded by trench lines, doesn't take long for these American -
poses. spider-type firing positions and boys to gain the confidence OFF ROOSEVELT
The evidence is that in every connecting tunnels which led to of the, local people. Most Im-
case of destruction of manmade houses throughout the village.Many portant,1 Vietnamese soon gain
features they had been developed of the houses burned wereas confidence in themselves and regain -
into sophisticated operating a result of'small arms tracer their own village govern = SPECIAL
bases} by the..Viet Cong,. The. 3Jr.,rock L: md.grenade fire ments. It is perhaps; difficultfor .
villa e "of XTAN'NE' attFoHAtl:* directed'Cat houses from which us to realize, but many of
-k- SON for example were last hostile fire was being received. these people have lived under ,
ms entered in the face of gun fire Others were burned incidentallyas communist terror In their villages 1964 CHEVROLET BELAIR.. . . . .$7995
and found contain result of flame throwers for ten and in some -
were to ex- a years
red instances for twenty years. 4 d,. sedan, auto/trans., V-8, R&H, air cond., WSW

Specifically in the few months the like new.
Vietnamese Waif Keeps Vigil 3rd Marines have been in Viet- _. 1964 CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE . . .$1859/

nam. ;: Auto/trans., R&H, WSW, wheel covers.
)f Corpsman KilledinActionDa IB 1964 FORD GALAXIE/ 500 . . . .323d') .I

Nang,,RVN (AFPS--A) four In the evening Debbie walks Third Marine AmphibiousForce _= V-8, auto/trans., R&H, power steer & brakes, air; cont1.
:I back down the road her =?= WSW, wheecovers./ .
, year-old ,.barefootedVietnamesegirl dusty to medical teams have treated -
walks up the main streetof unknown home. The dog-tag more than 6,800 RVN civil )1964 PO tiT lAC CONVERTIBLE: . . .524i::t

0r.- the village of Le My every engraved "Dionne" R.P. ians. .: V-8, ou.Wfron' R&H, PS, WSW, JJ.OOO miles.
r.ur morning. Her face has the swings to and fro as she walks. =1 1964 FORD GAL AXlE/ 509:>. . . . 5228 S- S1 -
look of sadness Sometimes she is crying.A .
stereotyped children here. com- Marine units have 20( wells, dr.I fastback, auto/trans., V-8, hardtop, PS, air

mon Her among is linked with built and repaired roads and =_=__=_= cond., WSW, wheel covers, extra clean
daily journey
her sadness.' She is looking for sl'c t wI weIJin village!; the man who gave her the do- ; 4 dr., sedan/ V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PSt air; cond.,
tag she wears and the nickname r"SW, wheecovers./ .
.. ;; On their own time and with
. "Debbie.Her search is in vain, becausethe I 41y' i.L r'; their own funds, Marines have HI: |1962 FORD, GAL AXlE/ 4 Dr.. . . . S949 ..

man, Navy Hospiiabnan Robert baked bread, established a voluntary Standard/ trans., heater. .
P. Dionne, was killed in action : blood bank Vietnamese j ;|j: J962 FALCON 'ST A. WAGON . . . .5990
last July. ii ', children, am! paid[ for operationsand =". 5 Auto ',ans., R&H, ardor, in excellent condition.1962JKIUMPH .

Dionne was attached to the Sec hospitalization of thee: =- HERALD. . . . $699 -.
afflicted children.In ------
ond Battalion, Third Marine h Convertible 2nd ,
Third Marine Division the words of the III-MAF : -4 r ,good car ',
Regiment, when, the unit liberatedLe k' I Commanding,, General, "Thanksha 1---- 1962 FORD GAL AXlE/ 500 . . . .5395Foreor / '

My from the Viet Cong. He "I' e been widespread and sin- / hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&ri, power steer
was instrumental in developinga ceie.: :- j& brakesair cond., WSW. .
medical aid station for the Vietnamese rv _.: ,J962 MERCURY Custom Meteor . . ,.S/95/ g
e"LJr people and it was during WESCONNETT ---;: 4 d,. sedan, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, pow.;>'stecr;; .1ir/ ;
this time he "adopted" Debbie. .. cond. *:*

:.11 She had an eye infection and . . -5655
lie Dionne was her "doctor". After :
In several treatments, Debbie'seye :I _- 4 dr. sedan, 6 cyl., standard trans., clean.

to was fine. She kept coming a I Blvd. =...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM, !
5326 Wesconnett at 103rd
H back to the aid station to see
here her American friend. MOMENT OF HAPPINESS- NEW & USED TV ---

r" The corpsman would take her Corporal John A. Heffelfinger, SETS & FURNITURE
by the hand and they would walkto
et the village "supermarket" to USMC, consoles "Debbie" by
e) buy soft drinks and candy. telling her a story The Iou,. EASY CREDIT iDUVAL;
Dionne gave Debbie his dog- year-old Vietnamese girl was rLI
e tag, a medallion with the VirginMary's "adopted" by Navy Corpsman FREIGHT"I SALVAGE
3" it and a
countenance on Robert P. Dionne after he REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS '
rolled penny treated her infected Dionne
Lord's Debbie Prayer.still keeps her daily was later killed line of GALORE! MOTORS @ =

vigil. Second Battalion Marines duty, but Debbie, who wears COME IN AND BROWSE
with Dionne have the dog he her, still
who served fog guve :=
tried to fill the gap buying soft comes to the medical aid station HOURS 9 AM 7 PM 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 4-4536

drinks and candy, but it Isn't to find her American friend.; -- _
''ouice.the.saroe; >' .: r ; .,, .. . .. PHONE 771-0750 =:=;;; --==--=-



I CF Corpsman Is AnxiousTo lax Navy Flying Club

Return To Viet NamBob Part Time Pilots fly Planes for_Pleasure I

White, UNreturnedtoCe- 3rd Marines. He was in on the
cil Field last, week from five first landing at "Red Beach", Located between NAS Jax and ?
months of duty In Viet-Nam and four miles west of Da Nang, Cecil Field is an airport which K' ;ty'
by Isn't planning to stay at the ,this was the first Marine outfitto unlike Its neighbors accomodates
Naval Air Station any longer than be,sent into the country. no jettrafficlargetransportsor PPr u @
be has too.White White's reasons for going back patrol planes.
wants to go back Viet- are simple enough he likes the Herlong Field does, however,
Nam and the sooner the better. duty of a field corpsman. He have some association with the i
The corpsman was planning to also adds that he likes the add- Navy. For this is where the _
ship over this week, and you itional pay for duty in the country. Jax Navy Flying Club has its
guessed it he's shipping for During his stay in Viet-Nam headquarters. Its membershipof f _
orders back into the combat zone. White lost 53 pounds. He said 100 persons consists of military -
He is the second corpsman to that the duties were stiff, every personnel of all the services -
return to Cecil Field after being third day he would go one patrol their dependents and civilian -
sent TAD to the Southeastern for four times with 137 other personnel who are payed from [:; -_ 1s
Asian country. The First was Marines and Corpsmen. There government appropriated funds, J
R.L 'Strickland. HN1. White was mission was to search, sieze and their dependents. Members
with the 3rd Marine Division, and destroy any Viet Cong resistance come from the three Jacksonville "' s
Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, in the areas. bases, Naval Station Mayport,
.. -----------.---- NAS Cecil Field and NAS Jax.
The Flying Club, which will f
celebrate its anniversary this r
October, has its major objectiveto
teach interested people how to
fly, so that they may eventually
obtain their license. Young peo- CLUB INSIGNIA./ / .H. B. Cring, AEC, club/ manager, points out
r ple who are at least 16 yearsof the Jax Navy Flying Club insignia/ / being painted/ on the airplanes .
age are encouraged to obtain to W. G. Dickinson, AOCS, club president/ and Jack
their student license, and at 17 Brittain, another club member. The insignia was hand painted on
they cense.are eligible for regular li- the plane by Mrs. G. G. Caudill whose husbo'1cl1s also a member

Many club members have been of the flying club.At .

civilian pilots for many years the present time the club is in the process of being pur-
; ? ffI and join because they enjoy fly- has three cross-country air- chased by the club. For some
ing. Club President, Chief W.G. Commanche T-34 used of the who
craft a flying aces may remember *
Dickinson AOCS, has had his
by the Navy as a training air- this aircraft or the-
-, pilot's license for 24 yearswhile craft, and a Cessna 172;and three younger generation who may wish
Chief H.B. Cring, AEC who
training aircraft two Cessna to see what was considered an
serves as the manager has been 150's and a Piper PA17. airplane in those days the plane
flying for 18 years. Although many people do not will be on display at the October
realize the long-range capacityof Open House, celebrating the 25th
such small aircraft as the anniversary of NAS Jax. The
Commanche, one club memberhas N2S is mainly used for sport
THE 1966 ARE COMING' recently returned froma flying now.
l'L.t three-week trip with his familyto The Jax Navy Flying Club is
Seattle, Washington, and Van- a self-supporting organization
U. Help You _uy Yours ;10 couver, British Columbia. supported by membership d sand
The newest addition to their flying fees. It operatesin
With A Cetllt Union Auto Loan "squadron is a N2S1 "Yellow accordance with FFA regula-
;, '. Peril". This plane was used as .,.u9 rtndall;odAuag. ,c jv
a trainer prior to WWII,. and ''insrructidhs' & ecrnIn bi 1tlq.

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Is the center of discussion among club members. The/
24 30 36 club is in the process of purchasing the WWII/ trainer, restoring
It to its original? yellow// color, and putting it on display at t theOctober
,500 $68.53 $56.03 $47.70 Open House.
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ISM l O@ ,$, AktT ff lLDtDUl( I NARTUPilot Commissary. At NAB lax { a

By Sharon Arnold, Librarian
Has Unusual Renovation !

THE MAKING OF A-PRES I pan war-time glories, whichbe- Undergoing

DENT 1964, by T.H. White. comes ensnarled In an unrealistic -
This is a narrative history of "war-game" Is anextraordinary Assignment -
The NAS Jax CommissaryStore shopping hours. This will cause
American polltlcsln actions. The new novel by the author of
author followed the campaigns THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM Cdr. H. G. Goodell, Instru- renovation has Informed of the patrons Main Store.of the certain inconveniences to tle pat-
from primaries to election THE COLD for .r.
day mept Flight which commenced Aug. 23 and niTnconvenienceswhichcanbe
and reports. on the nomination? NARTU's VA-741, has an unusual ,
will be completed Inapproximately expected include: noise and
Tights, theconventionsdsecret THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN
; assignment. He is pre-
six months. dust on the sales floor; detours
deals He' gives close-ups of GUN by Ian Fleming. James sently studying the Florida State and bridges on the sales floor
Jehnson, Goldwater, Rockefellerand Bond, subjugator of the master University in Tallahassee, Fla. The scheduled work includes: ;
< lighting fewer parking
others. fiends Goldfinger and Dr. No, He and his assistants from a new store front; expansion of poor due, to; the contractors;
has been brainwashed by Soviet the university will explore the the existing facilities in two dir- spaces
FOLK TALES AROUND THE equipment: vehicle entrance
captors into becoming the tool entire coastline of Florida including ections; new lighting, ceiling and St. blocked the and
is series which ; meat
new will floors
of Russia's K.G.B ; new enclosed fresh
Deliberately, the ocean floor extendingto meat
be popular with children of all produce departments closed or
and table
diabolically, secret agent 007 the Continental Shelf making ready meat cases; a moved for short of
periods time
ages North America ,is par- Is from rock and new 48 foot diary case new ;
setting out to perpetrate an various tests ; produce and other .
items moved
terned the
by moccasin prints of grocery
act of'treachery.againsttheBri- earth formations beneath its wa- and frozen food cases{addi-
between shelves In order
Indians the to
bootprints of cowboysand tional
shelving and
tish Secret Service. This last a new
the sledprints of trappersin great adventure of 007 was com ters.Utilizing scuba gear and a two- Collection Agent's (Cashier) Of; keep as many ,items .availableas
FOLK TALES OF NORTH lam submarine designed by Dr. fice. possible.
pleted by Fleming shortly man
AMERICA These inconvlences are regretted -
by J. Corcoran.
before his death In August of Goodell the research team will
folk tales of India you Store operations will continue by store personnel, but It
may climb aboard a magic car- 1964. attempt to trace the state's geo- every day possible during reno- Is hoped that the end will result

pet and fly to the mysterious logical patterns within the 50- vation, but some constructionmust will be well worth the time and

heart of India land of fathom line. be accomplished during trouble nvolved(

bells and sacred, a cows. temple Manyui DAY OF TRINITY by L. Lamont. It Is believed that about 10, .".--.----_.......-_-.. ._......-
On a day In July,1945,the American 000 years' ago the Florida land '.
uie: tales in FOLK TALESOF : ""
President was in Potsdam, mass extended out as far as 50
n CHINA were first told by but his mind was on an event miles. This land disappeared as

k wandering storytellers who traveled of great significance taking placein the great glaciers melted and "
around the world more than the New Mexican desert. ThisIs slowly raised the sea level.

forty-five hundred years ago. an exciting, documentary style Dr. Goodell's reserach expedition -
Also available are FOLK TALESOF report of the day at the Trinitytest is being backed by the National -
LATIN AMERICA, FOLK site when the first atom bomb Science Foundation and also the
was successfully exploded Navy.
TALES OF JAPAN,FOLK TALES spies, the scientists, the mili Cdr. Goodell is a Selected Naval -

ENGLAND.THE tary; and an evaluation of this Reserve who attends one week-

turning point. end drill each month and annual

LOOKING GLASS WARby two-week training cruise. ......
John Le Carre. Here are all He resides with his family at

the Ingredients of a gooa spy OTHER NEW- -BOOKS-- INCLUDE 2120 Deerfield Rd., Tallahassee,
yarn a tip about a secret mis- : Fla.
sile site in East German, an ADVENTURES UNDER THE
agent sent across the border, SEA by J. Thorne Viet ,
false papers,wireless messages, WAITING FOR A TIGER by Cong Tactics

danger, and death and yet this B. Healey (mystery)
is not the conventional thriller. YANKEE LONG STRAW by Cause Officials to
This almost tragic-comic view ofa Burch rdt (Western)

rusty British secret service THE, FURY OUT OF TIME
group still under the spell of by Biggie (Science Fiction) Voice OptimismWashington RENOVATION OF THE COMMISSARY began Aug. 23 and will

continue for approximately; / months. /Inconveniences/ to patrons

Red Cross!' Road's' : (AFPS) -. Clangh be worth will the be necessary trouble.85Day during, this period, but the end result wIll e

,. events over the past few weeks ;

I What's The Job AGreyLady ism officials have for led a to some solution voice high cautious to United the immed-optim-States' / Recruits Grad.ate r

This article Is plagiarized, by that there will be at least one iate military situation in Viet- The Naval Air'Reserve Train-; cial fields of naval aviation.

and large, from an "After- Gray Lady on duty every mornIng Nam.A Ing Unit, Jacksonville, Fla.gra- Upon completing this special
burner" article written by Capt. and afternoon during the nor- change in tactics and the duated 58 young' men from its Naval Air Reserve program the

RJ>. Nauman, the Senior Medical mal working days. 'Though they high fatality rate among Viet 85-Day Recruit Airman School, young' naval airman emerged as 'sf
Officer of NAS Cecil Field in have comparatively little formal Cong prompted the present con- August 28.These aviation specialist, eligible for

1962. His article is just as timely training, their on the job train- sensus. young' men completed an advancement to the responsibilities -

and appropriate now as it was ing is on a continuing basis. They Recently, the Viet Cong have intensified training course as of a Navy petty officer.
In September 1962. With a few assist doctors and nurses In examinations invoked terror and harrassmenton Navy recruits during the first of
deletions and a few of my own. and administrationsof villagers Instead of engaging two summer\ sessions. They The graduates are from the MIami -

additions Igive you Capt. Nau- treatment, take temperatures, In large unit operations.This will return next vear for the second Tampa, Orlando, and Jacksonville -
man's article, which was head- serve as receptionists, fling and change In tactics is a reflection phase of education in spe- areas.

lined: GRAY LADIES' WORK IS pulling files, making appoint- of the high level of activity -
ESSENTIAL.No ments and other routine clerical by Republic of Viet Nam .

doubt many of you have wondered work, and sometimes"stand- forces, officials said,made poss
about the Gray Ladies. Ing by" for X-ray or some type ible by introduction of United

I The uniform is worn by our of minor surgery. But most of States combat battalions as stra- WOW Is
military dependents who are all they provide that little extra tegic reserves. ComingALTHOUGH
in the of where soothing
serving capacity Red "something" a RVN forces previously held i In
Cross Gray Ladies. This or- word and a helping hand is need- be Introduced -
strategic reserve can now
ganization, composed of strictly combat.
ed.The into
volunteer workers, may be foundat station Medical Depart received impetus -
our various military bases ment Is most pleased and extremely optimism when thebiggest -

throughout the world where thereis grateful with the per- in United mid-August States search and destroy -
a need for medical assistance. formance of the Gray Ladies, in
of the war,
Though they are not registerednurses and it is hoped that their number operation conducted against
they do render vary valuable will double with the next class was forces about 55 miles
assistance to the various which will begin at Cecil Field Viet-Cong the
medical departments where on('October 4. Wives of officers, southeast of Da Nang near

there is a shortage of competent enlisted men, and civilian emply- Marine complex at Chu 4
Sim Lai on the South China
personnel.The ees are eligible to apply. ,
urgent need for assistance ply contact the Cecil Field Red. Coastline.The u
within the Medical Department Cross Field Representative. r
evident by units of the Marine
Ladies is strictly voluntary with 7th ,
Regimental Landing
ed influx of dependents requiring the ladies giving unselfishly of Team
supported by air, artillery
their "free" time. Occasionally
medical care. They receiveda and naval gunfire.
short apprenticeship or "on husbands might have to fix their U.S. Army helicopters afd light ItHi
the before lunch small children are
job'training they own observation planes, Navy amphi- m
are "Capped".become quali- parked in the nursery or with bious
ships, a cruiser and destroyer >
fied to act as medical assistancein friends, and the breakfast dishes and Air Force trans-
hospital wards and clinics, may not get done til the after- ports participated in the
perform personal services for noon, but think of the humane mission known "TOYLAND"
as Operation Star only openedlast Friday, August27th,
hospitalized patients, assistin satisfaction, personal experience Life.The the children are already/ there in large numbers to make known
and contribution to care
and ther-
occupational physical mis sion materialized from their wishes for Christmas morning. Toyland, located fn Blag.
and other of our Navy families. All intangible '
apy programs many
duties.At rewards..but bigones. Viet intelligence reports indicating a 514 of the NA7JC area, offers a huge selection of toys and aconvenient'
Cong force of
be made about 2,000, I layaway plan. Shoppers are encouraged to shop
Cecil Field the Gray Ladies' Applications may situated In the Chu Lai
work in the dependents' outpatient by- contacting your Cecil Field Preliminary inditate area. early to insure a wider selection of merchandise. the hours of
.clinic at the .Dispensary.Their Red Cross Field Representative.The the Viet Cong may have sufferedan operation are: Monday-Thursday, 9 am.430 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.
schedule is arranged so course begins October 4. estimated 1,000 killed. m.6 p.m.; and from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday.


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SupervisorsMust September Designate)

Support'Denny Asp Sight Saving 'Monti

Comedy star Dick Van Dyke permanent loss of vision; in the
will be the 1965 national chair- affected eye. Eye
of September's "SightSaving threaten the
Suggs'Recently man sight of more than
Month" campaign, it was announced 158,000 school children
the President and other recently by the Florida year each
Government officials spoke out Society for the Prevention of Mr. Van Dyke the father
in support of suggestion Blindness.The of the two boys and! two
as a valuable means film and television star
programs succeeds artist and
through which to bring about will lead the 16th Annual educational ducer Walt film pro-
significant cost reductions.To drive of the National Disney as National
ar successful, for the Prevention of Sight-Saving Chairman. Mr.Disney -
.. be completely Society had served during
however, a suggestion program 'Blindness, Inc. 1964. and
must have the full support of each Theme of the 1965 campaignIs
a star in the
employee at every level--including "Half of all Blindness is Broadway
musical "Bye Bye, Birdie "
supervisors.The Preventable." During September Mr
DURING A RECENT ceremony, Captain John R. Mackroth, Commanding support of the supervisoris the National and Florida Socie- Van Dyke has gone into motion
Officer, HAS Jax, presented awards to 3 Overhaul and an essential element In pro- ties for the Prevention of Blindness pictures and television. He appeared -
Repair Department employees in recognition of their completionof / moting the suggestion program, will seek to warn the pub- "In the hit, "Mary
30 years of Federal service. They ore Mr. Walter A. Bucztk, Incentive Awards officials here lic of the annual toll of blind- Poppins. and more recently
Planner' ind mstimntor (Airframes Mechanic), Mr. A. D. Koye have pointed out. Many activi- ness caused by disease, acci- "The An of Love."
,Mechanic, and Estimator (Airframes Mechanic), Mr. James W. ties presently give appropriate dents and neglect. His television program, "The
who Dick Van Dyke i"hasgained
recognition to supervisors "Within the next twelve
o Keene.. Airframes Captain T. Washington; Jr., Overhaul and have shown leadership in motivating months, more than 32,000 American 1964-65 Emmy Award nominations
Repair Officer (right), attended the ceremony. their employees to contribute men women, and children in the outstanding pro-
improvement ideas.Supervisors will go blind forever"Mr. Van gram and outstanding individual
assign work to Dyke said today. "Compoundingthis performer catagories.The .
others and are responsible for tragedy is the fact that half Florida Society is an affiliate
HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR achieving results through their of the blindness could be pre- of the National Society
efforts The supervisor's responsibility vented, simply by the applicationof for the Prevention of Blindness
'_.. $5. CASH GIFT FROM us? attaining, the full commonsenseeyehealthinfor- Inc., the oldest national voluntary -
production potential inherent in mation available to all." health agency engaged in
the Navy Incentive Awards Pro- Special emphasis for thisyear's the prevention of blindness
gram includes: encouraging his "Sight-Saving Month"program through a comprehensive program
During our expansion program we are giving a $5. CASH employees to'turn In improvement will be placed on child- community service research
GIFT to our customers. Come in and get the details for ideas and giving a rea- ren's eye care and the preventionof and public and pro-
receiving your $5. CASH GIFT. sonable amount of assistance in accidental eye injuries among fessional education. Headquarters
preparing suggestions; acting youngsters. The Florida Society of the Florida Society is
Offer good only for the month of Sept. 1965 promptly and fairly on all em- points out that some children'seye at 3001 Granada Street (form-
ployee contributions that apply defects, if not detected before erly 2710 South MacDill Avenue)

\\ \[/ EQfQ)9( ))( )) (@ LAUNDRY AND his actions area of and supervision words that, showingby ,mana- the age of six, can lead to Tampa, Florida.

VJ ) ) ((8)) DRY CLEANINGSHIRTS become gement search for active wants ways participants of conducting employees in the the to I WOW IS COMING

public business with increased
efficiency and economy. ...
day laundry cleaning and dry fold service The basis for the suggestionmay .,,,,""" J, t: : I
at no extra charge. (across railroad from HAS) be a new idea, an improvement "
over an old idea, or a new : t
application of an old idea.


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TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF'SERVICE. .Floyd Barnes, Purchase
Division Supervisor, presents gifts commemorating the retire
1 HK57 ment of Mrs. Bessie Pearl Green after twenty-one years of' con:

'tinous service in the Purchase Division of the 'Supply Depart

ment. Mrs. Green began her career as a Clerk-Typist in Purchase
Division in June 1944 and ,
is retiring as a Purchasing Agent
I 5.1.Also honored f the luncheon held in the 'Smith Room of

: ... / FIVE CVUJ.* the Civilian Cafeteria were former Purchase Division retirees/


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signed the bill and the Exchange .
pay Sep and Commissary do not ,f<
tember 9th paycheck will be go up as they have in times past .!.
larger, how do you and your when we got a raise' In :
family intend to spend the extra 1 ,
money? Mrs. Helane
Natalie B. Pulford.wifeofCdr. } Collins, wife of 4S
Stafford S. Pulford, Comptrollerat Washington The .
C. Col-
4 Cecil Field-"1 don't believe f; James lifts, CS3, NAS trig the acting .' t :; :
there will be any noticible difference ? Jax Commissary chief petty officers /t III: .' ,' .
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every little bit counts when w "We're happy acting CPOs. 8
one is sending a boy through ? M. about the raise ; i' tr ..1...,,, '
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like every other military familywe ments. Certificates ;:
3- w need it". appointment will be ,ftr.. t'
matically to all ',

ay'r as subsequent a result of / FOR MAIME. ,.Caro" Blaine/ / ETHSN, of the Ground
' ww M tions and, at the Maintenance/ Division, holds the Persian! / that
COLE ...>> commanding gave fo Maim./ Hagans Jacksonville, Beach; While/ driving/ / !
onY PULFORD serving as,, beach recently, Carol struck and killed one of the "Three
Mrs. G. L. Cole, wife of Lt.' missioned or .rs" belonging to Mo/me./ Although Carol haij/;originally
Iy, Cole,'VP=30-"Most families do who are advanced t the kitten for herself, she presented it to'h..lltle.tJrj/ ( / /
not take the best advantage of E-7. How Mamie's Myslcafeers ore back, fo their. originp ,{ +
heed pay raises. To have lived com :;,
fortably on your present salary 0Vv The change' was
should indicate the best place studies have shown : ,J. ',;< n
o for an increase-your savings pointment to perm .
gal account.- To save more, earn ter the current
more." bationary' period WOW Is Coming
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fi.ty JBobbie'N. Moon,"wife of Charles

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n Branch Station, West Palm Four C F Officers
iAss Beach"We are going to,utilize I
(he pay raise !in! purchasing vari-
0 ous products.! Have Recipes Published
e- :( Battling
r. Mrs. Rodney B. Caster, Mrs. mas Cake )
isn James Ferris, Mrs. F.B. Koch, Feher's is for :
- and Mrs. M.A. Feher are in a Mousse. a money problem ?
e) book with Mrs. Lyndon B.John The,desserts ., .
.... son, wile of the President. through the Of fleers.
'Iit. \ These Cecil Field women have and 'are sold for
MOON .BURGESS dessert recipesjnabookof2,000 purposes. The
] favorites of military officers'wives -. through 3981631''I'
? Mrs. C. B.'B'urges'"*, Wifeof: throughout< the world _, bookstores or -" ;
''Chief-Burgess/AMSC, with VW- The book Is called"Recipes OnParade" '" The book< was .'
4-"I'm delighted with the pay published by the Favorite Mary Anne I
t raise and feel sure I can adJust Recipes Press Inc. andit economist with
beautifully to the extra contains entries from over 700 advisory board of
, money. This will help the bud- different military installations. each branch of the
get tremendously as far as extra Mrs. Koch's recipe is for book joins an
clothing, etc., is concerned.: French Macaroon pie, Mrs.Car- published cook
. ter's is for Quick Butter Frost- which also had "

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What Goes Up Must Come Down. I The Theory BehINd ''Parac'hute1oft II IIj.


Isaac newton proved long ago or object safely batk to earth. At the start of the First World the Navy's parachute Calif. test centerin locker for 24 hours to air. The and they so much of the station'sfabrication nitrogen used in aircraft em- Activity Department of which; '.
that what goes up must come. Men have been faJ.lqooicl War both sides adopted parachutes El Centro, described loft is a silo like structure about work. ergency systems. Commander T.L. Heaky is the ;
down. Before, and since New.. sky and jumping out of drigibles, to save the lives balloon Chief! Thompson he- has seen 65 foot high with a controlled Eleven men are at the Oxygen In one week between 80 and. head. CWO M.E. BarlowJs-!is the' :,
ton's Law, men have been fight- blimps, and planes for about as observers.The some of the changes since 1943. environment Inside. The para- Shop which repairs and tests the 100 regulators are checked.All Division Officer and J J.A. Kight t, t
Ina gravity., l long as they have been able to parachute is consideredto in parachute rigging be noted were chute is suspended in the loft for oxygen regulators and aircraft the gear that Is handled PRC is the department's lead- ,j
the sailors at Cecil Field's' fly. 'The first of these fliers, be a means of transportation The biggest change: with ':i; the day. The locker.Is controlled oxygen systems. At the Oxygen by parachute loft( personnel is I ing chief. \
ritrachute loft( have accepted{ what Daedalus and his son, Icarus, by which personnel and equip those that came to keep up for temperature arid moisture, Shop there is three 2.000 gallon gone over many times for safety "-While! the.paratrooper r t who: }
Mr.. Newt n ''said. 'Their main"con In Greek k mythology)' could, have ment can be moved from the air high speed aviation. ideal conditions are '70 degrees liguid oxygen tanks. This liquid checks' until! it is' in top con 'parachutes to a landing may be.come -, \
m is 'not that 'a pilot is used a parachute. Icarus flew to the ground. Were Silk with a humidity of 40 percent. is converted into gas*for dition. About half of the men' a thing of. the past with J,
coming back down to earth but so near to the sun that the wax- Parachutes may differ some- First Chiles. When the parachute has driedit use in cylinders.' come to the loft TAD from the the'expanding use of helicopters '
how he gets there, and where ed wings he was using to fly what in form in both packing and chutes used were is then taken to 45 foot tables The shop also handles all the squadrons. The squadrons also for drop-ins, as 1 long as Navy
he lands. melted and Icarus came back to opening and in operation but all "The first" Chief Thompsonsaid. ;. where it takes two riggers retain some ci their riggersfor men pilot and ride in aircraft, .,
During\ an average week at earth with a deathly crash. chutes are similar in shapewben made of silk, used until J about 30 minutes to pack. If work in the squadron areas. there will be a sea service need '
the loft the men rig about 50 Credit for inventing\ the parachute Inflated.N."lllllrS.,1'24. "These were the parachute is packed wet it The parachute loft comes under for parachutes and parachute rig
''parach es. The chutes may be to the O 1948 or 49, then we got nylon.In the Intermediate Maintenance;
goes nese. They H r .", 4 4The oit with rip- will freeze in its container when gers. .
any one of eight different types first used parachutes 600 )years' 1952 they came taken to high altitudes where tem
but all of them have the same nylon parachutes which we .
for been
ago exhibitions to provide Navy has rigging stop low and will
are not
peratures .
''primary objective get the man thrills public gaxMrfts. parachutes since 1924.! At that are still using. W : There is also the dangerof I
"Perhapsthe open. \ II
time the rigging was done by He went on to say, I
failure if the parachute is too .
factor in saving pilots -
metalsmiths who had had special
when If the chute.doesn't
Lij dry packed. ,
the Invention of the
training for the job. In 1942 lives was I
have enough moisture in
parachute rigger was designated ejection seat used for high : .
It static electricity forms and .
as an offical Navy rate and speed bail outs." : ; .I IM '

SAVE $25to3O* the men performing these duties Chief Thompson of aircraft points out and that the r rtroopers the canopy will not open. -: .;: ,c". I
while speeds ,
got a crow.. .
M.F. .Thompson PRC, at the materials used to make par- Ncktag InspectioB, l .,.,
parachute loft went into the rate achutes have changed the basic
On Each '100 .ef l Bureau Rates for in 1943. The Navy sent him to d design of personnel parachuteis the Each packing man of that the has a hand in
Marine Corps jump school where much the same as it was in parachute must
he earned his parachutest's' jump 1924. The personnel parachutehas sign an inspection and packing
wings which he still wears today. a diameter of 28 feet. card. If the parachute fails to
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the .parachute loft perform are
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What are the chances of a para. care of pilot survival gear,flight
table for thelob.
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I Advertising Campaign Launched Women's Side

! By HAS Jax Recreation Division Of the rySchoo11965

By Shirt Congujhton

Seen any strange match booKs

i around NAS lately? ......., '
The Special Services Recreation ':-" > '.l .',t "'; r"

Division has recently for teachers! .. ; ,. .i .> : ,
Thank !Heavens ,' '," '. "I') d.*,'' "'"
anadverttsingcam '1\ !
on I was told about the car- ,' i; ;N I
Recently w
familiarize : 't,, ,
paign to mother was elaborately I
where a '
with the facilities at NAS toon / J. ri
r: __ I r rw one throwing rose petals on the tM ;
for the recreationof r '
that exist
lax ,: '<
rern house to the school
; from
path ,
and their 'f "' ..
military personnel These are the days : < ,, : \
dependents. The old saying"I bus stop. mother looks to the r:< ,', ,' 'J
have been on board for two when every of .s."f
M teacher as a saver-a saver .. ;
and didn't know will ,, ; .4
M ,,! ,.
her sanity.As ;
be a thing of the past.
Presently being distributed at a teacher and Another of \.

popular spots around the base :3 young children Mrs. John De- I :
1I are match books advertising the chant starts a new year too. i

Indoor Pool, NAS Library ,Iron- She Is the wife of Ldr. John i4\- .-; :

U-Ji **,-**. fc *" IM... _m man Sports Program, NAS Fish Dechant Safety Officer and Instructor "" .I'
CDR. L. A. MENARD, Executive Officer NAS, gets o preview of Camp, Bowling Center,and Hobby in VF-174. She attended Mrs. John Dechant/
These matches have building both Texas A and I and Texas
Brochure from William R. Fitch, Shop. '
Recreational/ facilities
the new and telephone numbers as wellas University. She has taught 8th A. "I think the children learn
Special/ 'Services Officer. hours of operation. So ifyou grade math & substituded in more math earlier in their'school

see a strange book of grades 1 thru 12 which has given years than ever before
matches visit the facility it advertises her a good idea of the problemsand because of this method. Un-
and see first-hand what situations{ confronting all age fortunately parents canrothelp
:Bed.Bapo.: : the ,NAS Recreation Division is levelsr'lit"lbGrinterview: the following their children at home when

really doing to help the'personnel questions were put to Mrs. they are having difficulties but
the overall idea is an excellent -
board. Dechant
on :
&qa1KJennlE ? Another aid publicizing these Q. -, Are there any, particularrules one in these times of

facilities is a new Recreational for '''the proper school' blems.complex" mathematical pro-
Brochure from
Facility recently attire?
MOST ELABORATE BEER GARDEN IN TilE COUNTY I the printers. These pamphlets A. -. "Yes, btu this Is Usually Q. Is there anything in closing -I

FEATURING give a description and location of( set",by the 'principal of each that you would like to add?
every facility on board. The sai ol. Most of the rules are A, "I would like to add thatit
brochures be same the city. is not wise to discuss yourchild's
PITBARBQUEHEAR twill, presented to:: the
each new military member' boys must wear their shirt- scholastic abilities with
THE DRIFTERS & SWING TO YOUR FAVORITE reporting aboard:for d ; tails inside their trousers; other mothers. Don't compare
ROCK 'N ROLL AND WESTERN SONGS.. sonoel I, attending the station indoctrination -'*j' girls are not to wear culottes, your child with ar ther.'
-NO COVERBIG DANCE FLOOR -NO MINIMUM lecture held once a 4 shorts or slacks. Most of all Everyone is an Individual -
month in Bldg. 955 will receive ,' send children to school clean where one might excel in manyor

1107 DISCOUNT TO MILITARY PERSONNEL] a presentation on facilities'available .- j & neat." just one field.Notes.
from the Rec Division. Q. What can a mother do to

|IN UNIFORM OR WITH I.D.ON BARB -'Q The Recreation' Division enV help her child most? ofInterest
5213 WESTCONMETT BLVD. courage all hands familiarize( ; A. "3e interested but not o-ver-
themselves withthefacilitiesthat'are bearing. It is most important

provided,for their use,and to: for a parent and teacher to con-
make their tour at NAS Jax a fer with each other. It is up VFP-62 Cdr & Mrs. C1au eNav-
memorable one to the parents to call and make
arrette were honored Friday evening -
and appointment. Keeping this farewell dinner. On
8 at a
$ Exchange To in mind that the teacher must'have behalf of the Officers and wives
Navy orderto
about six weeks in with'an
they were presented engraved -
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INCUR get to know the child. If silver punch bowl. Fare-
there is a problem it can then wells also
Sponsor Fall were extended to
be discussed early enough in Cdr. & Mrs. Thomas Mauney.
the school year to be aconsid- Cdr. Mauney will report to 7th
Fashion ShowsThe erable help to the student and Fleet staff and will detach earlyin
3 W;yam' p w teacher. The teacher shouldbe September.Mrs. .

s able to work with the parent H.L. Wilhite, mother of

NAS Jax Navy Exchangehas in order to work out a solution Cdr. A.S. Wilhite is here to attend
since at home help might be
Change-of-Command cere-
scheduled three Fall Fash-
required. A child will naturallyget monies :when
ion Shows and Cosmetic Demon- Friday September
more out of his or her
Cdr. Wilhite will become Com-
strations on September 20, 21,
studies if they are attentiveand
and 22.The. manding Officerof VFP-62. Mrs.
shows on the 20th and carry out instructions. Wilhite is from Gadsden, Ala.
Good behavior is an importantpart which is rich in and
22nd will be held at the Navy agriculture
s k Jax at 7:30: p.m.- The Monday- of being a good student. is in the iron and coal regionof
evening show will feature a Max Read to your children, have the state.
them read. Have books in the
Factor cosmetic demonstrationand '
the Wednesday show will have home. CECIL FIELD OFFICERS WIVESegWLING
Q. How do feel about homework
you -
a Revelon demonstration.The LEAGUE WILL HAVE
Sept. 21st show will be AN ORGANIZATIONAL MEET
A. "I believe children
at the Mayport EM Club at should ING THURSDAY MORNING SEP-
2 p.m., and will feature a Re- start off with homework even in TEMBER 17th AT THE CECIL
velon demonstration. the early grades. It gets them FIELD LANES. THE MEETING

I Cocktails will be served at used to study and it gives thema WILL BE AT 9:30 A.M. FOR
5 0 K BR4 B FE. BR2 good background for the '
I ( all three shows. Please call 781-0968, Shirt
: L future.
n U Study habits developed
are -
a C'-. The fashions will be modeled Conaughton to place news ItemsIn
.: ; by six students of Bauler Fashion early for and this"isabasic"Must" the Notes of Interest column.If .

L L:6-l: :J BRI College. fashions shown Q. What do think of the possible call In the evenings.All .
I will be available at the Navy Math? news of Interest is needed.
..... the
: Exchanges in area.
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I I CP -- All Navy Exchange patrons are ... .t.. .Ie... .Ie..

invited and there is no chargefor .
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MoviesMovies Club Schedules labor Day

"0" CLUB Music this Friday .',
will be shown re- night will be provided by SpecialActivities
| gularly at 7 p.m., Monday through Charlie Jay with Johnny Jelin\k
Saturday. NATTC will have on Saturday. For the ,
I two feature times, 2 p.m. and Tuesday is foreign dish gourmet night. Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing Company,

7 p.m., on Saturdays and Sun- During the summer a Patio Band Monday, September 6, the NAS 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
days at 7 p.m. will be featured every Wednesday Jax "0" Club will feature com- lat.r than Tuesday 'for publication the 'following Thursday.
All evening movies at Cecil See separate listing petitive an novelty swimmingraces Ado arriving too late for this deadline will be publish.d the
[Field begin at 7 p.m. These for Labor Day events. commencing at 4:30 p.m. following week unless the publisheris:instructed otherwise
[times are subject to change. CPO CLUB The Chiefs Clubin sharp. First, second, and third A or money order for the full cost of' the ad

THURSDAY-Sept. 2 Bldg. 593 is serving light lun place ribbons will be awarded. received WITH the copy 'for the ad.
ches. Saturday's dancing music Races will be held for non- DONOTSEND.CASH
AS Die, Die My Darling will be provided by Charlie Jay. team members as well as for RATE: Minimum chanje:( .." .soX) ; :.*... .,. 0..,,*,>. .2.00
T. Bankhead, S. Powers Labor Day will be music by Phil Jaxy Navy Swim Team. Per additional line ((4 words per line). .'.*/. ; .0.50
ATTC The Hustler Paul Cay and theChantels. Immediately after the races,

Newman, Piper Laurie ACEY DUCEY Mark Castle a fried chicken buffet (or ste.!k) - iaassl
Combo will provide the dancing will be served on the Patio.
|lospital Rio Conchos -Richard music this Friday and Saturday The Catalinas will play on the
Boone, Stuart Whitman with Phil Cay and the Chantelson Pation from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
3939 Bro PARK AVE. .4 tm SINGER AUTOMATIC ,. .
:. Field Bridge on the River Sign at the pool for races .
Sunday. Special for Labor up
$60. lower $45. .CONSOLE vCvSewing : ;:
up cony4. MODEL
Kwal William Holden, Alec Day will be music by Phil Cay make dinner reservations at main .
schools EV 73356.
Guiness and the Chantels. Game nightis desk, or call Ext.8154. Machine, Zig-Zagsd
FR/DAY-Sepf./ 3 every Sunday and Tuesday. The CPO Club will hold their stiches, button holes, decorates,
AS Fan Courageous Fred BLUEJACKETS INN Phil Cay annual Patio Party and Danceon HOMES SALE RENT etc. original price $300. has

Bier Donald Barry and the Chantels will provide the Labor Day. This a "Go- Some no dn. Many $0 $100 balance $80 or assume pay-
ATTC Die, Die My Darling entertainment this Thursday.Carl Go" for adults will feature dancing dn. No closing costs. New ments $8. per month will take
r. Bankhead. S. Powers!!; Boyd and the Rhythm Kings i to a live band and buffet, homes All theX-TRAS. Family older machine as trade. Phone
lospitai The Hustler Paul will provide music and with the festivities beginning at will deliver
on Friday Rm, Fenced yd., built-in RIO 353-1946 anytime,
Newman, Piper Laurie Saturday, with the Jimmie Strick- 6 p.m. no obligation. A-l Sewing Ma-
*. Field Amorous Adventures land Band on Sunday. The Aoey Ducey will feature name chine
of Molly Flanders Kim No- the music of Phil Cay and the BRKR 771-2792 w Company. -'.
Johnson.SATURDAYSept.4 ,w 1Jft, } -- 7.: 771186LFOR
vak, Richard Q" :' Chantels and the Bluejackets Inn
:jfJt1" will feature two bands March

1. Wilson and the Redcoats and Carl HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT,.
home close
IAS Lord Jim Peter 0''foole. "I
Boyd' and Rhythm Kings. your choice. Select 2,3,4 bed-
NAS $100 down $50
James Mason The USO at 318 North Ocean to rooms. $1CO. down no closing
IATTC Fort Courageous Street will be open from 9 a.m. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- costs. Fast move-In. DUKE.
Fred Bier Donald Barry ---L to 11 p.m. on Labor Day. En- 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. LOSTUMBO, BK'!*. 771-0374
tertainment that night will be a
SpItal-Dle, Die My DarlingT. dance and refreshments.
Bankhead, S. Powers APTS. Furn and unfurn. $60 to BEAUTIFUL RENTAL 3BR ,
Field-Rio ConchosRichardBoone aaast $75 month. Call Mrs. Gross family room with fireplace, -2B.
Stuart WhitmanSUNDAYSept. '. 771-9007. cent. heat 8. air Con lent to
aRr EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS ______ bases. $185. mo. Contact Crrdr.
5 An Powell USN Ret. POWELL
HOUSE FOR SALE Ortega Hills, REALTY, BKR. 264-6144.
7241 Pineville Dr. 3 BR, den
|AS Woman of Straw-Glna
Sean a9e 1h FURNISHED.$65.00 1 1/2' B. Newly refinished, LAKE SHORE( block & fr. 2BR,
$200 dwn, $86.55 mo., I will pay hwdflrs, cent heat, tile bath, ex
ATTC-Lord O'Toole
ames Mason UNFURNISHED closing cost. 387-2428 after cond., 46/.' rdhe'ler.11OUSE .
w 4:30 -
James MasoniospitalFort 1
asp "a s !I' Children Welcome OR w\LE OR RENT,
P Courageous-Fred r g Located 16'1/2 F.G. BOAT.trailer,50 HPEvlnrude Westf ield W3 Water Oak Lane.
BiEr Donald Barry y n Conveniently
, ? n /IT elec., manyx-tras. 2BR 1 B, Ig. fncd lot. 2 T A/C
Field The Hustler Paul to downtown It on base ext 665 .. $11; 500. 384-4C03 .
,; Piper Laurie HAS and Cecil ,
WANTED Chauffeur for Chevy
MONDAY-Sept.6 CLEO DAVISREALTORSINSURORS to drive Navy wife. Anytime FURN APTS-- &3 BRnewtod: ,
\ NAS King of the Wild Stal- J after Sept 2 to Ft. Hood, Tex. furn 2653 Dellwood Ave, Rh er-
lions George Montgomery, t call immed. 388-5934 side $6':). mo. callEV7-)393:
Diane Brewster w
ATTC Woman of Straw MISS SVRFMAlD-Mfrrt Ptel of '
the after 588 S. EdgewoodEV FUR:; APTS2&3 BR,new,mod, JEAN'S SCHOOL{ or DAN,'; --
Gina Lollobrigida, Sean Con- Brooklyn, N.Y. enjoy* sun
furn 2653 Dellwood Ave, RIver- Venetia, :384-3055\ trans, bA'et.!
ospital nery Lord Jim Peter winning l. a "AfiM Surfmaid" contf 4-6444 CO 4-9442 side $65. mo. callEV7-3393: toe, tap & hula

O'Toole, James Mason -
Field Die, Die My Darl-

ing -TUESDAY T. Bankhead-Sept., S. 7 Powers Television Repair Complete SatisfactionFRENCH'S I BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS I

AS Never Put It In Writing l B
Pat Boone, Milo O'Shea HBBBBMBBBlMBBi
ATTC King of the Wild Stal-
lions George Montgomery, Radio TV Sales & Service '
Diane Brewster Safety Office Holds Training

|Hospital Woman of Straw 6357 103rd STREET ..
Gina Lollobrigida, Sean Con-

neryC. DIAL 771-4602 Course For InstructersThe i
Field Fan Courageous -
Fred Bier Donald Berry "Twin Hill's Oldest and Most Reliable"TV :
NAS.Tax Safety Office has portunity to test their reaction *
WEDNESDAY-Sept. 8 HOME & CAR RADIOS STEREOA1DLEY' been holding driving training under everyday drHng condi
[NAS Blue Denim Brandon classes for the Instructors of the tions.

deWilde, Carol Lynley station's Driver Education Pro- Students who successfully
[ NATTC Never Put It In Writ- gram. complete the course receive cer-

ing Pat Boone, Milo O'Shea AU personnel who will Instruct tificates stating they have com-
of the Wild Stal-
Hospital King
lions George Montgomery, students in the driving program pleted a driver education course,
Diane BrewsterC. have been learning about the thus making them eligible for

Field Lork Jim Peter driver training simulators usedIn reduced Insurance rates

O'Toole, James Mason LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO the class. Dick Boyer of the
Allstate Insurance Company has
1H Alms DID AWAY been conducting the classes utilizing -

WITH H0R566..., w GO DISCOTHEQUEI! the 11-H54 training de-

,IT'S ODING H vice. All Instructors who successfully

APWWI: DANCING UNTIL 2 'AM Complete! the.ceurse, WOWIs
also receive certificates as do
rr L,1 i LADIES NIGHT EACH i.clr student

THURSDAY EVENING The Driver Education Pro-
Is presented by the Safety
Office throughout the year to
HALF PRICE assist personnel In learning howto Coming

3909 BLANDING BLVD. drive In order to obtain their

license, or providing good driving
CASE LOTS AT'COST+10% DPIVE-lrUERYICE; habits. The driver trainer simu-

..,. :. :: .r.- .....'. lator gives the student the op-

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During the first week, 20 men

Chief McKinnon ReceivesLetter :;;" tended: a course on maintenanceof
JAX MARINES the A4B Skyhawk,attack bomber

used by the two squadrons.: Ten
of CommendationA men attended a similar course
GySgt. Joel Ferguson
during the second week.
former Patrol Squadron Five improve the compass system of EXT. 400 '
a Aviation Electrician recently the P-2 aircraft....V HELPING HANDCars
ceived a Letter Commendation Capt. G.T. Maxwell CO of owned by First Marine

'from Cdr. J.T. Kosnik<, CO, of Naval Air Maintenance Training JAX, RESERVIST ing missions, trying to hit a 12 Brigade.Marines which were left
\7P-S. Group, Memphis, Tenn., Chief by 18 foot strafing target with behind when the Brigade left
Chief William McKinnon's their 20 millimeter cannons while Hawaii for.Vietnam be
T. McKinnon, present Commanding Pilots of the Florida Marine may now
now attached to Naval Air Maintcnance Officer added an endorsement to made their A4B jet attack bomberswere shipped to the U.S. mainland at
Air Reserve a near sweepof
Training Detachment the letter that stated "your devotion the honors in an air weapons traveling at better than 500 government expense under pro-
1058, Jacksonville, wag'..awardedthe. to duty, untiring efforts exercise over the miles an hour.VMA142 visions of a bill signed by President [-
Letter of Commendation for and professional performance competitive Johnson.
desert bombing range near the best
his for have established recordwhich posted The bill will also all
proposal installation ofa a Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, in both bombing and cover
hard mounted reflects credit average other Hawaii based Marines who
compass flux a great to yourself weeks active
Arizona during two and also had the best
valve in P-2 aircraft. His proposal and the U.S. Navy." strafing The were sent to restricted areas In
duty recently.It in bombing.
resulted in the issuance of Chief McKinnon is now an instructor was the first time in sev- team Memphis average Marines had one team the western: .Pacific.. ,', .
P-2 Aircraft ChangeNumber 930. on the SP-2E/Helectrl- Existing statutes permitted
the Jacksonville
eral that
Chief McKinnon submitted the cal system maintenance in Reservists years had- taken part in that posted the a higher: average 142 shipment of household goods from
than secon place
Proposal while attached to VP-5 NAMTRADET: 1058. competition.The score Hawaii to the mainland, but authorized -

and Cdr. Kosnik con eodedhm( weapons high scores of the Florida team. shipment of privately

for his "initiative, technical indicated that they are owned vehicles only to the next
pilots had logged
competence, attention to detail combat and able to joinin These weary pilots duty station of the transferred
and unselfish nearly 400 hours of flight time
personal desire personnel.The .
fulfilling the Marine Air Re-
during their first week at Yuma, absence of
serve mission. with briefings -
daily beginning
authority to ship privately owned
Bombing and strafing are sometimes
at 4 a.m. and
Important areas In close air vehicles to the continental U.S.

YOU support of ground troops, Ma- ... I> >. IJ I would J ,*_ ,..4"have:...-forced.........!flt!dependents".. Ii
TAKE YOUR CAR rine Aviation's specialty.
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S1ales1di And t erseas. Call merged with other units from
DYER M. BUR widespread sections of the Unit-
I representingGOVERNMENT ed States to form Marine Air

This is a component of the
FINANCE CORPORATIONAND Fourth Marine Air Wing--the

striking force that provides air
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE support for the Fourth Marine
Division. These two huge com .
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plex military units are the Reserve t

.". ._ forces that would supplement
the three Regular Marine

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of emergency.
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE Purpose of the two weeks sum-

Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega Rlv a 1 mer training was to Improve
and demonstrate the Reserves'combat
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Body Shop 4901 Inrfoftoa SLit Brigadier General Hugh 'M.

Hr. AkA Road fc Wrecker Service Elwood ,Commanding Genera of
Rut m& Plaid Stamps the Marine Air Reserve called
Mechanical' Swvlc Ful Oil., fenrlc* Dial-o.Ca < the men who attend weekend drills LONG TIME HO 'SEE' CyS9f. Earnest! ShelMsky/ left,

doily Reptln Pier 17 Marina ,U-Hawl and summer maneuvers, the greets GySgt. William/// A. Mayhew at Aviation Detachment headquarters -

"guts" of the Reserve program. here 79 years offer they completed boot camp of Parris/_

Boat gas at Regular Station Price "We have a committment to Island, 'S. C. The two Marines, both of whom enlisted April 22,
Mow Showing, eomploto 1965 Lines: have the Fourth Air Wing ready
for combat in 30 days after mo- 1946, had not seen each/ other since boot camp graduation in

i Motors bilization orders". Gen. Elwood August 1946. G 'Sgt. Shelkofsky is HCP in Charge/ of the Car-
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the Reserve units undergoing
how Down FaymontEotytermi ForawlaJr. is an instructor at Aviation EI.ctrlclans'School.continuing .
training at Yuma.
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He added that he felt the Re- into the night.
Yep of Hawaii Marines to ship their
serve forces were capable of This meant even longer hours
Ov >It'.rat rqpfeuoi 1 It row bad.gmmAe*of ajuittjr eenrlce.WESTS1DE meeting the deadline, as they for some of the enlisted men, them cars at In their Hawaii.own expense Either or alter-sell

did 15 years ago in Korea. whose_ Job Is to provide main native threatened Hawaii Marines

Other units joining the Florida tenance for the jet ircrdt. They and their families with a serious
n squadrons in the maneuvers and were often on the flight line at financial
competition were from 2 s.
"WPJ weapons a.m.The
The bill which authorizes the
Dallas, Tex., Memphis, Tenn, men working on shifts of
had been
and Alameda and Los Alamitos, 24 hours on and 24 hours off, shipments proposed
AT in California. earlier by the Department of the
with daytime temperatures peak- Army but had not been acted on
Major M.L. Murphy, San-
ford, Commanding officer of ing near 120 degrees. previously by the Congress.The .

SURE TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY A VMA-142, Lt. Colonel LB.Hardy, Part of the reason for summer deployment of the First

"NEW" OR USED VW. of Winter Haven, Commanding maneuvers is to keep the pilots Marine Brigade added significant
Officer of VMA-142led the four and maintenance crews up to date Marine Corps Interest In the

WEEKEND SPECIALS man teams from Florida in the on the procedures being used by bill's outcome and caused

competitive exercise,COMPEX). Regular Marine units, so that in General Wallace M. Greene, Jr.,
F962 KARMANN GHIA COUPE . . .$r395 For the event of a call up they wouldbe Commandant of the Marine
two all
days squadronsat
able to integrate smoothly.
?959 VW SEDAN, R&H . . . 5795 Yuma flew bombing and straf- Corps to press strongly for thebill's
Under the new law, privately

owned vehicles may be shipped

1962 VOLKSWAGEN, Sunroof . . . .J7J5Q to the port nearest the city chosen

1961 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H. .' .-... . . . .$995'
by the Marine for the residenceof
1962 VOLKSWAGEN . ... . . . ,$1150 his dependents.

1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H, WSW, lotsof.xiros.$1295

1964 VOLKSWAGEN, R&HManymor..xtros.,11495 RESERVE INCREASE


The Secretary of Defense has
1963 KARMANN GHIA CONVERTIBLE.$1695 S. .V.Id 4041 elrv
an increase of 2,5000
1963 KARMANN GHIA COUPE .. . . .$1595 in the strength of the Organized

J964 KOBIA STATION WAGON : . .SI495 Marine Corps Reserve, It was
announced at HOMC last Thurs-

1963 DELUX STATION,WAGON .. ... . . .$1495 day. This will provide a total
With Sun Roof& Sky strength of 48,000 officers and
enlisted men in drill-pay units.
With the increased strength of

30,000 regular Marines which
WESTSIDE .. READY''' Morning sun reflects on fuselage/ of Marine A4B Sky permits realignment mobillza
1150 SO. LANE AVE. ,3843441OPEN hawk of MCAS, Yuma, Arizona during Jacksonville Marine Reservist units,requirements this drill-pay increase for reserve
training period/ there. Maintenance manned will
crews flight enable the Marine Corps Reserve
EVENINGS CLOSED,SUNDAY lines as ta r/y/ as 2 a.m. to accomplish lobs, before noon femper- to .meet more completely its.
atures peaked at J 120 degrees. mobilization mission. .

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1 __ Boll an SWinging Through Navy Golf ,Journaments. j t

I Gung Galfer Takes SLANT, Bollman Slips- From- All-Navy Lead I -

9 Shoki IAI
Over MOII.v- .. Three Knotted For Tue. Too Soot
Dave Bollman
is a real swing- Mosley had finished nine Dave Bollman, .first round TUESDAY'S ALL-NAVY RES. L
er.After strokes behind Bollman in the leader In the All-Navy golf
the young golfer So. Atlantic OPEN DIVISION .
Tourney last week.
tournament, dropped back to
senting the Fifth Naval District Bill Scarbrough, a former All-
fourth 'LL
place after shooting 76
won the''South AtlAntic Regional Navy golfer from Jax, finished in the second round of play Bob Lockett, Com 11 -
{golf tournament' at Sax' he teed third in the RegIonal.Tournament Stuart Schroeder, Com 12 -
off on the All-Navy Open division and was five back of Bollman Three golfers tied for Rudy Boyd, Com 9 :
championship on the same after the opening round. first after were Dave Bollman.Com 5 .' 72-76-
place Tuesday's play. .
course. In the Com -"
seniors division of the Knotted Bob Wittig 1
at 147 after 36 holes
Bollman had little trouble in the All-Navy, Captain Tex Ireland were Bob Lockett of Com Bill Scarbrough, Com 6 -
opening round of the AllNavyplay played scotch in the opening roundto ELEVEN. Stuart Schroeder of Ron McLeod, Com 4 -- N'
and turned in a 72, his best hold a one stroke lead. ComTWELVE, and Ruby Boydof Andy Mosley, Com 5 --
card on the lax Course, to lead Frank Modic from the west coast ComNINE. Fred Blackmar, Com 11 -

the All-Navy field. Two strokes was one stroke behind after Mon The senior division also had Al Miller, Com 6 .- ,

behind Bollman was his team- day's play and Ed Peck was two three golfers tied for first with Ben Hastings, Com (.> '.-
mate from ComFIVE, AndyMosley strokes back at 75. Peck was 158's. Frank Modic of Com SENIOR DIVISION '""" : : : : Av t.
and ComELEVEN represent- the So. Atlantic Champion by a ELEVEN turned in his second
ative Bob Lockett tied with 74's. wide 13 stroke margin( over Frank 74 of the tourney for his 148. ;
Fletcher also from ComFIVE. Frank Modic Com 11 -74-74--
Also at the 148 mark were Ed 'Vy
Ed Peck 192'L
Com 5 -
Peck of Com FIVE and Captain
Ace Johnson of ComFOUR. Capt. Ace Johnson, Com 4 -76-72-
Capt. Tex Ireland, Com 147376-

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Jax Wave Leads Worn ens /

Varsity Softball Over Last Monday marked the start TUESDAY'S WOMEN'S DIVISION/ / /
of the All-NavyGoif Tournament

held this year at NAS Sax, and Estelle St. Clair, Com6 85-88 -
For Local TeamsNAS
Navy taking an early lead in the Gwenda Anderson, Com 8 90-88 -

Women's Division was NAS 's Betty Penney, Com 11 91-91 ,
Sax had two entries in the Jax third baseman Brown and Estelle St. Clair.St. Claire Moulden, N.D. Wash. 92-91 -
6ND tourney and both made it to outfielder Duel Chinn were Clair maintained her two- Mary Bisenius, Com 6 94-90 -
the fourth day of play before selected for the ComSIX team day lead going into yesterday'sround Clydens Clintonm Com 11 93-97 I
bowing out.Oddly that is representing the districtin of play with a fivestrokelead Margaret Donoghue, Com 12 95-97 -
for a 173 total. She has
the South Atlantic
enough it was NAS Jax Regionalsthis
week in Memphis. captured the All-Navy title twicein
that eliminated ComFairJax the past and hopes to regain
from the competition by a lone the title in this tournament. WESCONNETT
run, 8-7. ComFairJax trailed Gwenda Anderson, Com 8, began -
Sax into the late innings of their Cecil Toppled By yesterday's game with a 178.
encounter and then came up with A total of twelve women golfers
six big runs to knot the scoreat 6ND ChampionsCecil ire representing the Navy inthis FLORIST
8 aU.' The fleet unit pushed ,tournament, six from the West A

across the tying run with two, outs ,Field's varsity softball ,,.Coast and six from the East We wire Flowers .
in the final Inning. Sax logged team was eliminated from Ctfast. They won their opportunity :
'Vprotest that.nne 'runner,,.,,!,hoh, *>competition'on the",third-day of :- .to, participate in,All- Located halfway 'between Cecil$ & HAS
scored the tying ,run left third play in ;the Sixth Naval District Navy as a result of an elimination f 103rd St. & Blvd.
before a, fly ball was caught and Tournament at,.Memphis. byNaval tournament held on each 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD.
the umpire agreed to eliminatethe Station Charleston. Charleston coast. Pax River, Maryland,
fleet unit. the the of the FREE DELIVERY.. PHONE 7713770R
topped Raiders by a score was site tournament 'it
of 4-1. for East Coast 'women golfers.
Both team got their first tastes The Raiders had been droppedinto
of defeat. in the double elImina-
the loosers bracket on opening -
tion tournament on the opening NAS Sanford
day by a team
day. Sax lost to Memphis 4-3, they have previously beaten six

and ComFairJax dropped their times this season,by a 2-1 score.
opener to Gynco, 7-4.
The second day of tournament
play Cecil came back strong witha
Jax won over Key West in their
sound 9-3 NAS
second game,3-1 and then toppled Meridian.The triumph over
ComFairJax, 8-7. The tour-
tournament was completedlast
nament ended for Jax when they
Saturday with NS Charleston -
played Charleston and lost 4-0.
taking the crown. They are
ComFairJax won out over
representing the Sixth Naval Dis-
ComCruDesFlot SIX, 4-1 and
trict in the South Atlantic Regional -
Pensacola 6-3 before
losing to
Jax. Tourney that began on
Monday of this week in Memphis.


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In Illegal Recruiting SquableWashington ; I

D. C. ..-- U.S. vices Committee Chairman L. For Navy Shooters At Camp Perry
Charles E.BennettoUack- Mendel Rivers of SouthCarolil1.1The ,

Rep.sonville, Florida,has asked Ath- charge by Coach Graves CAMP PERRY, OHIO--Aviation
letic Director Ray Graves of the concerns a Pompano Beach, Ordnanceman First Class Charles -
Florida high school football player -
University of Florida to furnish USN from the
who had with R. Bover, ,
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Graves charge that the U.S. now plans to attend the U.S.Military USNTC, San Diego, Calif., son ---i--- 1tI[
Military Academy had violated, Academy at West PointNew of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Dover II
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Bennett, a .senior member boro, Vermont received Special : j.
the powerful House Armed Ser- "The recent cheating scandalat Awards while shooting in the _
vices Committee, wired Graves, one of our military academiescan President's Match during the 19-
who is also head football coachat possibly be blamed in part on 65 National Rifle and Pistol .
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school, for information on the ting". The academy system is 15th through August 29th.
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17-year veteran lawmaker established and national defense sented to each of the highest ..
said he planned to present the .posture, and any irregularity is shooters in their respective ser-
case 'to a subcommittee looking a blot on our academies. vices or civilian organizationswhile
into military academies. He is participating in the Presi- 1
a member of the subcommittee dent's Match.
recently appointed by Armed Ser ,: J Bover received the Crescent

Cup and a Trophy plaque for being .rq+.strew
the top shooter in the Navy awv Iroaea t .t'A6..s

SAVE BIG! Division of the Match. : '
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position in the Navy Division, I"S.) : ""S.iiM "S.
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100 competitors in the final .
President's Match. :,1--_ :.
OLDSMOBILE lie fired a 148 with 11 bull- /-""" -,

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; Green Cove Springs, FloridaPH. 20 bulleyes to give him the top. J.
honors for the Navy. "'"
284-3033 JAX 264-9600 The President Match consisted'of' CHAKLES R. ROVER, AO-1', from the/ Small Arms Training
firing 10 rounds of slow fireat Unit, Son Diego, Calif stands beside the Crescent Cup and
Just 15 Miles South of HAS, on Highwoy'17. 600 yards; 10 rounds of rapid trophy plaque he won for being the best Navy shooter at the
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By Dave Colby t..' .... .. I Tips"" For Hot Weather: Fishing j jnilial

Navy sports, it seems, have gone up and down with the tides dad soften the
of this countries military TA thIASSEE-- Fathers who ing trip can Talk; with local fishermen and
hMory.:: Through. out this history Navy harsh reality of reading, writingand theiropponents.when, where,
sports[ have: touched on all] levels of have promised to take their son's get
competition. from the arithmetic. how and what the fish are biting.
tional beer bust Softball a-fishing can still fulfill their
game betwee the
n officers and Time and stand still
seasons Fish in the early morning or
men to such international levels the obligations despite the start of
Navy sports history includes olympics. school and books and teachers when you fish in Florida. No late evening hours and keep alert
matter if school is just around for sound or sight of feeding fish.
'.'greav.professional: bthletei like pretty looks It may be that
','t j"oPet"> -Gene Tunney: 'anch!: Jack Another Navy crew won the memories of a fish- the corner, a father and son Try to :ocate sharp drop-offs,
football rowing title In 1952: In the chances of catching fish exceeds sunken logs, shoals, or grassy
sharkey, coach
of the last Olympics in Tokyo the U. that of fishermen in any other areas. -'e .sure,to test them all.
and owner
I lalas. Chicago Bears S. representatives, the Vesper state, said John W. Woods.'fish- .. Check the water temperatureand

George Club, had two Navy officers on cries chief, Game and Fresh try to 'locate a spring or
It's hard to pin point just its.crew. Vesper finished second, Water Fish Commission.According : rain freshet where the water*
where Navy sports.started. Probably in the '64 Olympics the Ger- to Woods, many is cooler.
as there have been
man crew. fishermen have a tendency to Use several types of bait or

"there captains andtrewsmanning ships The ,places, men, ,and events slow up their fishing activitydurIng lures and check the stomach
has been '
Navy athleticcompetition. In Navy sports( I are ,Wo'long r the summer months due to contents of your fish to find whatit

to list without compiling a book a dr a belief that fish stop.'biting' (in was feeding enTry -
Whaleboat races, ship's box- of novel proportions: but still hot weather. This is no excuse '
ing, and rigging sails: no doubt today the Staubachs, and Belinos for fathers. Actually it's not the trolling or fishing In ttee'pwater

started long before John Paul keep coming as do other great fish, but the fishermen that don't if other methods fall.

Jones and are still with us: today. Navy athletes in nearly all sport- like hot weather. Observe all boating and water
In 1904 Congress appropriated ing events. Woods said, the persistent
safety regulations, protect your-
$5,000 for Navy funds to be used
While on Service sports some fisherman is the most successful self and your son against sun-
for "athletic exercises andsports" comment on this fall's football fisherman and listed a series of burn and keep an eye on local
The year before in schedule for the Quantico Marine "things to do" to helpthe fathers weather conditions.
Norfolk the first permanent ath- team. insure a successful, safe and enjoyable -
letic facilities ashore were Apre-season guess is that the fishing trip with their Fish relaxed and with confidence

establishedby the old Bureau of Leathernecks may have a little sons: and above all, be sure you

Navigation. Nieanwhile, at sea, more that they can handle in a Hire a guide if you're not fami- have the proper fishing license.No .

came the beginnings of along winning way. Their schedule Includes liar with the water, or fish with
came the beginnings of a long seven college teams. someone that is acquainted with license is required of young-

line of racing cups for excellencein Toughies on tap are Villanova local conditions. sters under the age of fifteen.

boating. Perhaps the strangestof which toppled six tough opponentslast

these was the Barnett Cup year and lost only two games, CHIEF CAMPBELLS
awarded to the winning cutter Marshall which beat Kentucky,

crews. The oddity about this Buffalo, Ohio University and five Tenneco
cup was that it was not the
Navy that established it but other opponents last year, and i -SERVICE STATION
Xavier which beat the leather-
Marine Major General and Commandant : I 103rd and BLANDING OFFERS
necks las 177. Other
:: year,
The lfrst-lron'Man of the Corps Barnett. college teams Quantico plays are ; GAS FOR LESSTo
trophy was: the University Toledo,Dayton,
awarded in 1919 and was given Bradley, and Memphis state. Military Personnel and Government bmployeesAt
by the Navy Department as "the The Marines knock heads with I,
general excellency trophy for Our Truck Island.
Camp Lejeune twice and play
capital ships of the Pacific Pensacola once. ChessourncytobeHeld PHONE 771.9811Regal6r

Fleet. The three-foot Iron What do do if '
you your a ;
/ 94% 28.9
Man was awarded to the ship in sailor and It's pay day? '
the fleet with the best over all Well if your in VF-174atCecll I ., Premium 100%' Octane 30: 9

participation and standings in Field and you play touch football Also Tune-ups Delco Batteries

sports, competjtion. :The first for jhe "Hellrazors" you go oyember 6-13 ..LubricationFirestone. TiresQuaAer
ship to win the trophy was the out and prat ice. 'y>' '
battleship Missouri, she kept it About 12 of the "Hellrazors" AFPS--The sixth Wash & WaxyBrakework State ell
Washington (
until 1924.Also were out on the field last Thurs- annual Armed Forces Chess General Auto Repair
in 1919 the Great Lakes day going through the motionsof
Navy football team played in the getting ready to defend their Tournament will be held hereat ofFlags" ROAD SEIVICE 0700 2400
the American
Rose Bowl. It was the fifth intramural football crown at 6-13.
game of the grand daddy of bowl Cecil Field.
The Is sponsoredby

games the and contest the sailor'sopponentsfor were the Mare "Ilellrazor" coach B. L. the American Chess Founda SPECIAl THIS WEEK ONLY
of the De-
Island Marines. The year before Wilkins was smiling:and with good tion with cooperation
the Leathernecks had won the reason. There are a few costly partment of Defense,USO.Amer-
ican Legion, and the U.S. Chess FURY II
Rose Bowl by downing an Army losses from last year's team but Federation. Top players from
team from Camp Lewis, 197. Wilkins has the main core of
the Navy, Air Force, Ma- .
Army, .
But the Navy, with the aid ofa last year's team back again. Gone .
Corps and Coast: Guard will
touchdown by Halas, turned the and perhaps the biggest loss is rine .
tables on the Marines and shut defensive safetyGradeyBurnsed. participate.Plans
for this year's tournament -
them out 170. Also gone are Don Garner and
include an opening lunch- I
Boxing smokers at the turn W. Bennett.
the National Capitol
eon at
of the century occurred wherevera Back are quarterback Dick USO Club, an American Legion )

ship ported. The Navy had a Dickerson, Charlie Coins, Pete reception, visits to the White

vigorous boxing program and its Stokes, Roy Dodgen, and N. L. House and the Capitol, and a
fighters punched and jabbed with Pellam. reception and awards dinner at
the best in boxing. Some Navy Hotel.
the Sheraton-Carlton
boxers also became the best in The four month extension kept including -
the sport's history. several players around that were
$14 a day per diem for each
Tunney, who won the world's previously scheduled to get outbefore finalist, are paid by the American |4-
heavyweight title from Jack the season was over. Chess Foundation. Silver USteering, POUt Brakes, WSW, Seat Belts.Elec'tric Vipers}

Dempsey, was a Marine boxer in trophies are presented to the mlleater and De Jroste'. |
1917 and held the unofficial Navy .
I'CRUITING top three players, and silver ALSO
light-heavyweight championshipthat medallions to all participants. .
year. Tunney later joinedthe Information regarding armed 2497.
Navy as director of the Navy's 9fATotJ r forces chess competitions may be SPECIAL DEALS FOR NAVY

physical fitness program in 1941. ._;7r"-- obtained from unit recreation officers MORE THAN 200 FINE NEW A USED
\ .
I representatives,U.S.
Sharkey was another world Chess Federation representatives -

heavyweight champion that began or from the American NOW LARGE SELECTION OF A/C

his fight career in the Navy. Chess Foundation, Ian Broadway EXECUTIVE CARS, LOW MILEAGE
All-Navy tournaments began New York, N.Y. 10018.
back in 1921. Although this was SAVE UP TO $800 ON THESE VALUES
the unofficial beginnings it I Is ger-
erally accepted as the start. DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT
But not all blue and gold per- 32Z3 WESCONETT BLVD.

sonnel recognized it as an official NEAR NAS
championship as' "All- JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD.

Navy" titles were claimed by SUNDAYS: 'CLAYTON 'REVELSChryslerPlymouthInc.

many different ships and stationat .

at the same time. 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP
In the Olympics the Navy has .. 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP .
probably done the best on the 7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE

water. In the 1920 Olympic games WEDNESDAYS GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
the Naval Academy crewbroughtthe :
first eight man gold medal 'WEJ.L.-rnA-r L.E1S" ME Our114 -- 7:30 P.M., MID-WEEK SERVICE I only 20 mm. So. of f NAS on Hwy. 17 '

back to the H. S. It was the Y'VE CAVA WITHrHE' CHURCH PHONE SP 1-S075 PHONE 264..6555SEpT'hIIIiER
first time America had taken this MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2U6 I

international! e>'ent., -" .

'----:6---::: -" ,--,--- '-:-'.-- JAX AIR NEttS-AFTEimURNEK -- SEPTEMBER 2,1965 '1 1HorseShowSet

Oyster Season Opens,

r At For Gainesville Weekend Laws Differ In Areas

Tallahassee, FloridaOpening shall be required under this act
ft' The tenth annual Gainesville day for the 1965- 6 season to for sports fishermen or those I
take oysters and turtles from who fish with a hook and line A A.CEDAR
Quarter Horse Show, benefiting
Florida water [is September 1, or cast nets.Infonnation.
I I the Florida Sheriff's Boys ,
according to Randolph{ Hodges,
will be held Saturday and Sunday\
, J Director of the Florida Boardof and permits may be
the Alachua County Riding
Horse Assn. Arena (on the Jack- Conservation. The season will obtained, without charge, from
the close on these two specieson the Florida Board of Conservation : -
sonville Highway adjacent to
Gainesville Municipal Airport). April 30,1966, except in Mar 107 West Gaines Street,
the tin County where the turtle sea- Tallahassee, Florida.
This show approved by
American Quarter Horse Assn. son opens on September 16, 1965
the National Cutting Horse Assn. and closes on April 15, 1966. According to reports by Conser-
and the Florida Cutting Horse vation Officers in the turtle pro-
Assn., will include the following Hodges also pointed out that there ducing areas, this has been a
events: Jackpot, Jackpot Team were special laws which affect xery successful nesting year.'
and Registered Roping; Senior, the taking of oysters in certain
Junior' and Open Cutting; Senior areas. In Volusla County no First WoHii Wins HIh, .
shall have more than two
,Junior. and' Youth Western person
Pleasure; Senior and Youth Rein ((2)) bushels for one person or Power Rifle Metck
ing; Registered and Youth Bar- more than ((4)) bushels per boator

Races.rel Races; plus SIX, Four Horse consumption motor vehicle during for the open personal season Camp Perry, Ohio (AFPS--) HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

for taking oysters. This Second Lieutenant Margaret BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
AQUA rules will apply in all Thompson (WAC) set a record
act shall not: apply to certified
events and trophies and ribbons wholesale retail dealers here at the National Rifle and 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
or or
will be awarded in all registered Pistol Matches
Aug. 23, when
classes with prize money in ex- their employees. The legal size she became the first woman to 65 IMPALA SUPER SPORTS COUPE. . . 13295
.cess of $1600.00. Enteries will in for length.A oysters. is three ((3)) inches ever win the high power rifle auto/trans., V-8 PS, PB, factory air, R&H, solid white,
be taken Thursday evening Sept.
match, now in its 61st year.'
2nd and all day Friday, Sept. 3rd many extras. _
Lieutenant Thompson, of the
at the show grounds. permit will be required for all Army Markmanship Training 65 MONZA COUPE. . . . . . J2295
Tickets are $1.00 each, with persons, firms or corporations speed R&H silver blue with blue interior exfrus.
'f' desiring to take any shrimp, Unit, Ft. Benning, Ga., took top many
those under 16 of
admitted free, and years can be pur-age prawns, oysters,or fish from the honors in the Navy Cup Match 64 GRAND PRIX . . . . . 33095
with a of 100-05V
f chased now from any member salt waters of Gulf, Franklin or auto/trans., V-8, PS, PB, electric windows, factory air,
of the Sherriff's Junior Wakulla Counties.: No permit
Dept. or silver blue with matching interior.
Deputy Sheriffs' League.

I /MPALA'SPORT/ COUPE . . . .12395
-,. itf-- 41? PIZZA PANTRY R&H, auto/trans., V-8, PS, factory air, solid white
An added feature to the Gaines- with/ blue interior, WSW.
t ville Quarter Horse Show,with all .
proceeds forthe Florida Sheriff's I '' .. 64 /IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONVERTIBLE. . 1239*
Boys Ranch, will be the Second w \
I. Annual Florida Cowgirl Contest. 1 ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI aufo/frans.V-8, PS, R&H, solid maroon with black interior.
Sponsored by the Alachua 'WSW.
County Junior Deputy Sheriffs'
League, this years winner will v. "PIZZA... 64 /IMPALA 'SPORTS SEDAN. . . . 12395

r receive a $150.00 cash prize and L our specialty" auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, factory air, solid white with/ 1
a trophy, while the runnersupwill .
each receive a $75.00 cash ANK DERICKSON blue/ interior. '
prize and a trophy.
Girls 16 years-of-age and la the Heart of Cedar Dills 64 VOLKSWAGEty. . '. . . . $1495

I older are eligible toenter.wg- 4 speed trans. R&H bucket solid blue WSW.
I I ing will be based Beauty,Poise seats, .
and Personality and all contestants 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 64 CORVAIR/ COUPE. . . . . .$1495/
will appear in bathing suits 3 speed trans, R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior -
and western clothes.Contestants -- extra extra sharp
must be ,ableto
ride a horse, however, there
will be no judging on riding 64 CHEVROLET WAGON . . . .$1895
ability. Finalists will ride in V-8, 'Sf. stick R&H, Electric/ tail gate WSW,
the show and may ride their own solid white
.. horse or gentle horses will be
provided by the contest com 63 RAMBLER. . . . . '. .. . .$1395/
mittee. 4 dr. sedan, auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid black
Sponsors may be an individual,

an organization or a business. 63 FORD FA'STBACK . . . . .1/795/
Contestants may secure their
own sponsors or the contest com- Straight stick, V-8, R SH, solid white, red interior
-' mittee will assist with securing WSW, extra,. extra sharp.
sponsors. A ten-dollar entry
fee is payable at the time of 63 MONZA CONVERTIBLE. . . . 1/395/
entry. 4 speed trans., R&H, solid black with white/ / top, WSW.

63 CORVA/R/ COUPE. . . . . $1395/
auto/trans., R&H, silver blue, WSW.

ir .If 62 MONZA COUPE.. . . . . .$1095/ .

4 speed trans., R&H, solid black with red interior.

63 IMPALA 'SPORT COUPE . . . .52095'
Auto/trans., V-8, power steer R&H, solid white/
RENTALS get wheels .
blue interior, WSW, factory air condition

with an auto loan from .

63 CHEVROLET, . . . : ,1/295/
#-fon pick-up, '6 cyl., standard shift.

I't I'I $ DAY au rtwI tt4t 60 FORD . . . . . . $895
I ronaltu B1IRNETT ''-ton pick-up, standard shift, V-8, solid blue.


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