Jax air news

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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 23, 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 and not to be considered an o f ti i ci i al expression of any
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Payroll DedlKlionPopular 1 GeorgiaTech-Navy Involuntary Exts. ,

In CFC DriveThe By directions of the Com-
mandant Sixth Naval District, Iffecl'\ltff.
Now In
all Navy personnel who plan to
attend the Oct. 23rd NavyGeorgia -
Combined Federal Camp- ducted is $.50 if rayed every Tech football game in Atlanta,
aign is now well under way at two weeks or $1 i oncea Ga., are asked to wear their uniform The involuntary extension of enlistments involving the thousands
NAS Jax, and according to the month. in support of the Navy team. of Navy personnel went into effect last week, adding another four
Campaign treasurer, Mr. R. D. The pledge card lists a fair Uniform for this ocassion will be months of obligated service to persons involved.

Pinney many personnel are util- share giving guide which sug- Service Dress Blues. The Navy and the Marine standing as to why this actionwas
izing the payroll deduction pay- gests the bi-weekly payroll deduction Attending all civil functions Corps, who extended personnel in taken, the Chief of Naval
ment plan. according to the annual in uniform is one way of dis- August, were the only branchesof Operations has issued a general
The payroll deduction plan income of the contributor. Beginning playing pride in the Navy and the service to take this action.In message explaining this course of
which is being tried for the first January 1966, the author the country. order to insure better under- action.In .
ized amount will be deducted each
peacetime theNavyoperateswith
time this year' Is devised to enable
personnel to spread their payday' from the contributor's manning as prescribed by
contribution in small installments pay. Adm. GoldthwaifeRelinquish To allowance while the other
over a 12 month period. As has been the practice in services operate on tables of
This means that the gift does past campaigns, the whole gift organization which remain the

not depend upon how much casha or any part of it can be pled- same for war and peace. -. -\
person has at the time the ged to any one specific charityor Congress recognized the fact
contribution is solicited.The to several of the donor's Gray EagleREAR many years' ago that we mightbe
faced with a situation which is
choice. Space is alloted on
payroll payment plan is the pledge card for this short of a declared war, yet one
available to all civilianemployeesexcept purpose.If wherein additional personnel,
those with a temporary personnel do not wish to particularly trained personnel,
appointment of less than one specify the charity to which their are needed. Therefore, a law
year, and to member s of the contribution will go then the was passed in 1941 which
Armed Forces who are assignedin pledges will be divided among authorized the Secretary of the
the Jacksonville area. the three campaign organiza- 4 Navy to extend enlistments undersuch
conditions that exist todayin ,
Each contributor to the fund tions. A proportionate amount for Viet Nam.
Jrive is given a pledge card on each campaign organization has As stated by Admiral David L.
which the amount to be deducted been worked out on the basisof McDonald CNO, the need for
from each pay period is indicated.The their past receipts from personnel was not only inquanity
minimum amount to be de Federal personnel in this area. Com. p. ((2)Volunteers)

Capt. Stott Visits VP45At To

Adak Naval StationCapt. ServeAsPhys.Tp. *

H. B. Stott, CommanderFleet Officer. The briefing concerned
Air Wing Eleven, and Cdr. the operational mission of VP- NeededA
C. E. Rodgers, Fleet Air Wing 45 while deployed in Adak and its .
Eleven Operations Officer, command relationship with the
recently visited Patrol Squadron PacificFleet Organization. They four-year old boy in Neptune
Forty-Five in Adak, Alaska. also toured the Naval Station and Beach needs approximately 200
Capt. Stott was guest of honorat inspected VP-45's galley and 2 people to serve as physical ther-
a reception held in Hammer- barracks. L- s apist to help him regain the
head Lodge, Adak's Officers' VP-45 will be deployed in Adak rat use of his limbs.
Club the evening he arrived. until the first of next year. While Bobby Fiske, son of Mr. &
During their visit, Capt. Stott deployed, the squadron is under Mrs. Lee Fiske,312 Ocean Front,
and Cdr. Rodgers were briefedby the Operational control of Neptune Beach, fell in a pool
Cdr. D. M. Hume, Commanding Commander Alaskan Sea Fron- : when he was 2-1/2 year old,
Officer, VP-45 and Cdr.J.H. tier and under the Administrative striking his head and causing
Chapman, VP-45 Executive control of FAW 11. brain damage. As a result of
this Bobby lost the use of his
arms, legs, and head.
During the last year Bobby
has Improvement' with -* ,. .....
t;' a REAR ADMIRAL/ AND M "fit 1 the Gray Eagle Trophy which honors the Senior Naval Aviator on teams of five to help him. He
active duty. Admiral Goldthwaite has held the title of "Gray Ea- can now focus his eyes and move I I
shoulder. It is hoped that
gle" since Jan. 7, 1964. He will retain the miniature model of if the treatments canbe increased \
1"i the trophy after he relinquishes the title in ceremonies at Pens to four times daily, the boy will

acola/ this Saturday be able to continue his progress.
Mrs. Robert Elvis, wife of
i9 gz aU Rear Admiral Robert Goldth- Aviator on active duty. The Robert Elvis, AT2,who is attached -
waite, Commander Fleet Air plaque on the trophy reads: to VAP-62, NAS Jax, has
Jacksonville, will travel to Pens- "In recognition of a clear eye, formed a team of five Navy
acola, Fla., this week-end to a steady hand and a daring personnel. They spend about
relinquish his honored title of defiance of gravity and the law 45 minutes a week assisting the
Eagle" Lieutenant boy. Five people are required,
"Gray to of
: General Richard C. Mangrum, The averages.trophy was designed and one for each limb and one for the
j4ciM Assistant Commandant of the donated byLinkTempcoVought.It head. Using this method they
Marine Corps.General was first presented to Admiral help him to simulate a crawling
Charles R. Brown in January method.
is the first
.q sR G" Mangrum volunteer to
Anyone willing to
1961. At that time miniaturesof
Marine to hold the honor.Admiral assist in Bobby's physical
Goldthwaite is retiring Sept. 30, the trophy were presented to obtain further Information -
theraphy, may
those who would have been Gray
after 45 years of active duty in from Mrs. Elvis at '"fIII**'
CAPT. H. B. STOTT, Commander, FAW-M and Cdr. D.M. Hume, the Navy. Eagles in turn had the award
been in existence. Each new 7711388. If transportation is ,
CO, VP-45, inspect VP-45's galley daring Capt. Stott's recent The Gray Eagle title and trophyis Gray Eagle also retains a mini- needed, Mrs. Eh'is would be willing -
visit to the squadron which/ / / is now deployed in Adak, Alaska presented to the senior Naval ature of the trophy. to provide.

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WEAPON ROMAN CATHOLIC Chaplain William A. Smith 1

\ i St. Edward's Chapeland The mercy of the Lord is truly as the Psalmist: says, "From

everlasting to everlasting -- as high as the heaven is above the
MP NovaHospital/ earth." For all humanity it includes forgiveness and a new opportunityto
remake out of the debris of past failures something better
SUNDAY MASSES. Earnest Rogers expressed it vividly when he said,
- -
Hospital "Down on my trembling knees I fall,
Edward's Though others may look askance,
& 1100
- 0900
Chapel To say a prayer to the Lord of all,
The God of :another chance."

DAILY MASSESSt. We must not; forget, too, that the mercy of healing is an ever-
( I' : present blessing for all mankind. Healing of body and spirit is of
( economic, Monday Saturday - - 0900 God, and it may well be that the words of Dr. Louis Evans are
more pertinent than we realize when he says, "Many times the patient
r nstab'htI ; Naval Hospital: lie needs to be cured of fear
1205 needs a promise, not a pill. insteadof
c Friday - - .
1 / a fever."
r11 CONFESSIONSSt. Whether your life is broken in body or spirit, the healing touch
: -
Edward's: available through the mercy of God. Then we must never forget that

\ Saturday .::::. -1900 2000 surrounding us in every relationship of life 1 is:; the fellowshipof
: : -0815.0845 concern and love expressed not only directly from God, but
i ?: Sunday - - ;
: ::: 1015 1045 through those who serve Him. The thrills of life come constantlyas

Hospital: Sunday -0615 we meet kindness and understanding in the lives of people who
seek to help their fellowman.
CATECHISM CLASSES The best way for expressing your thanks to God is to let Him
i A cowNn Chapel Annex Building 722: bless someone else through you.

Editorial Saturday's 1000

MPC Same as Greenbacks DIVINE PROTESTANTAll SERVICES Special Services At Jax Still

// "Saints' Chapel

Serves Double PurposeTrading SUNDAY'S Expanding Rec. ProgramsAt

0800 - Holy Communion
the Jax thus the Hobby Shop !
0930 & 1100 Divine Worship the present time permitting
has become more sophisticated since the early days Navy Recreation Division is to expand at full speed.
when American Indians bartered coonskins for cotton cloth. Even SUNDAY SCHOOL enjoying a large expansion pro- The Marina at present has
the more contemporary "butter and eggs" medium of exchangehas 0930 - -Chapel Annex gram that began about two anda shown no visible signs of expan-
given way to a paper and coin monetary system. Building 722 half years ago when the need sion as it is still in the planningand
Some of the "older" service personnel have seen various monetary for larger and better bowling organizing stage, but it is
changes, but now others are getting their first glimpse of the Military WEDNESDAY'S facilities arose. hoped that in the very near future
Payment Certificate (MPC), commonly called scrip. 1900ChoirRehearsal Almost immediately the idea visible signs will start to appearon
Looking back about 20 years, there was a system called Currency began to take shape in the mindsof Marina Development.The .
Control (CQ) used by servicemen in occupied Germany after the SECOND MONDAY of Each Month people in the key spots and Recreation Division is the
war. Monthly wage records were kept and only this amount could 0930 Chapel Women's Guild today the Jax Bowling Centercan one unit at NAS Jax that does
be sent, or taken home. (Small Chapel) be compared to the finest not operate on approriated funds.
One effect of CC was to help counter illegal bartering, suchas bowling lanes in the city of Jack The necessary:; funds are suppliedby
selling a canon of cigarettes at black market prices. A person U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL sonville. TheN AS Bowling center the Navy Exchange Stores.
could become no wealthier than his monthly take-home pay. Sunday's - 1000 has sixteen fully automatic lanes, Each time that you make a purchase -
More important, CC helped to lessen the impact on foreign completely air-conditioned, anda in any of the many NX
economies where U. S. forces were stationed. snack bar serving both hot and facilities in the area you may
Allied marks were then used instead of American money. On Traffic ViolationsThe cold sandwiches and beverages be assured that a good part of
Sept. 1, 1946, these marks were changed for scrip without warnIng. The need for a larger Hobby your money spent is being returned -
Unauthorized holders, and holders of excess amounts of marks, Shop and Marina was then dis to you through your Re-
found themselves with worthless bits of paper. following is a report of covered. The Hobby Shop first creation Pivision.
Similiar monetary changes were made in the Republic of Korea motor vehicle accidents and traf- started to take shape in Sept.
and other overseas areas. MPC is still being used in Korea, the period 1964, when the Public Works The Recreation Division is
'-.7 Japan, Libya and Cyprus. September 14 through September Department started the necess- under the very capable guidanceof

Issuance of scrip in the Republic of Viet-Nam, for spendingin 20.Number of Accidents ary wiring for machinery, etc., William R. Fitch Cdr., USN
authorized service establishments, now makes for effectiveU. in Bldg. 897898. Most of this (Ret.).. He is backed by a
S. monetary control there. It also gives the South Vietnamesemore This Week September 14 work was accomplished without staff of mostly retired military
economic stability by keeping the U. S. dollar buying power through September 20..4Total large expense to the Divisionand personnel who have but one goal-
off local markets. Accident this year through in October of that the that is of
September, 19G5................176 year to make your tour
MPC be doors
may used to buy U. S. postal money orders, which can Number of Accidents were opened for businessin duty aboard NAS Jax an enjoy-
be deposited to stateside savings accounts earning interest. Individuals through the new location. able
September, 1964.................186 and memorable one. The
also allot of Soldier's Plans
may goodly portion monthly pay to were then begun for the Rec. Division strongly recom-
Total number
Sailor's, and Airmen's Savings Bonds. of days since last demolition of Bldg. 896, to make mends everyone familiarize
injury in a motor vehicle acci
dent..9 room for the Automotive Sectionto themselves with the various facilities -
Number of ViolationsThis expand. At present time the and use them for your

Extensions Continued from Page 1 Week........................41 building is almost demolished, enjoyment.
but more importantly, In manpower needs for Southeast Speeding ...........................n
experienced ,personnel. While Asia requires experienced personnel Reckless Driving..................l Military Personnel Office Urges No
the draft would insure increase Going through Stop Sign..3Other

in personnel, it did not solve the Violation..................26 I
problem of retaining trained It is believed that increased Phone Calls Concerning TransfersOffice
personnel to meet the new voluntary extensions and the draft Thirty eight drivers appeared -
complements. The activation of will help the Navy to meet the before the Traffic Hearing
,. additional ships and increased new personnel: levels..- Board at the meeting held on It is the established policy of concerning orders until
September 21. Disposition of the Military Personnel Officeto you have received a call from
the cases included the following: promptly notify each and every that office with concrete informa
Ten lost driving and parking individual, and the division off- tion regarding your transfer. The
,JAX IR: NEWS privileges aboard station for icer concerned, as soon as wordof office is well aware of your
various periods; Eight were an impending transfer is concern and desires to be of
assigned to complete an eight- received. This information is assistance in everypossibleway.The .
hour course in remedial drivingat further substantiated bya written job can be better done by
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC; None were assignedto memorandum with as much all concerned if interested per-
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, complete a six-hour course information as is available at sonnel will exercise a small
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a in remedial driving at Jax Police the time that it is prepared. degree of restraint in regardto

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Academy; Five received suspen- Recently, impending transfers.Be .
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, sions; Eight were given warnings; Office has Military received Personnel assured that the Military

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before Commissioner Five dismissed) ; Five and fined (U.S. telephone calls from anxious numerous individuals Personnel Office is your dir-
publication. News items;: are welcomed for all sources- to commanding; Two officers referred inquiring about the ect representative and is best

Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. for possible disciplinary action. status of a possible transfer.This equipped to deal with problemsas
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries has caused an increase in the they arise. Please feel freeto
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing workload of the Military contact us at any time, or

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida Personnel Office personnel, and come on up to the office at your
an attendant slowdown of own discretion.Rev .
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. important -
I ERASEWASTE work. Questions cannot be
answered until transfer Howard 1 "Christ
:I VOL. 23: NO. 28 SEPTEMBER 23: '1965 is in hand. authority Moody:
Thereforepersonnel knew more freedom hanging from
are requested to the cross than the church with
calling the Military Personnel all its power and influence knows



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Dallas Reserve Squadron At NAS For If l' Ask Us'I 1

Realizing$ that traffic safety is James. E. Fleming, SA; "1 i
Two Weeks Active Training think that all
Duty of great concern to the Navy personnel l on base
that drive, should
and to this country, this week's"If take a course
Us" column wentto In driver education.
Ya Ask
Patrol Squadron 701 from ask how the Driver education has helped
NAS .Cecil Field to me
arrived at
Dalles Texas, there would improve improve my own driving habits
Jax recently for two weeks of personnel saTety. and I think that it would be !
active duty for training. beneficial course for
Civilian Employee all
"Weekend F. A.Wesley, people
The should be strict that drive.
Warriors," commanded by Cdr. ; "There The traffic law that
of our traffic laws Is violated
\ J. T. Llewellyn, USNR, is hosted the most Is
% }t under since people don't obey these speeding and in many
VP-16 and are operating
by cases It is speeding that Is credited .
W- laws.
control of FA
the operational with
Traffic travels too fast on our causing accidents. 1
11. Slow traffic should be think that if we cracked
.1 u $ J VP-701 is performing all the highways. down
vital tasks normally assigned an kept in the right lane to eliminate on speeding we would reduce
antisubmarine squadron, including the cutting in and out of traffic accidents" to almost a
find that there are minlm m.
utilization of the most modern traffic. You '
electronic equipment in locatingand too many peoplethe driving slow In Robert DeAvile. SN; 'II 1 thinkone'
of the best
tracking of submarines anywhere left lane. measures! we
off the could take against accidents
over the waters
coast of the southeastern United would be to improve our road
States. In addition the reserve "1 conditions on all the exiitina

crews are completing their .G roads.
c :
: annual qualification exercises. Also I think that law enforce
S VP-701 flies SP2E "Neptunes." ment officers would fin.J, if they

,_* Hosting VP-16 is providing 'J. looked into it, that it isn't the
SS S' yNS observers to accompany each L : L::: teenagers alone that are responsible

aircraft on their operational Wesley Corbin for most of the accidents,
but older people too."
WELCOME. .Cdr. C. J. Sadie, CO, VP-16 welcomes/ Lcdr. A. flights. C. E. Corbin PC2; "It shouldbe

Berthleson and Cdr. J. T. Llewellyn/ // CO, VP-70J, as the Dallas mandatory that seat belts be
Reserve Squadron arrives; at HAS Jax for two weeks of active; du. Former President Eisenhower, In all cars and used at all times.

ty for training.; ; VP-16 is the hosting squadron. on birth control: "If we ignore There should be a vehicle inspection : Hi :
the plight of those unborn at least a year. 1 *
generations which because of our I think you will find that states
which enforce the use of seat
unreadiness to take corrective
action in controlling population belts and hold regular vehicle

THERE IS A growth will be denied any expectations inspections rates." have lower accident DeAvf/e/ Pun zlan
beyond abject poverty
and suffering then history will; Carol Vice,Civilian Employee; E. A. Punzlan, SD3;"Driver
PICN' "I think that trucks create a
rightly condemn us. traffic hazzardonour super high education should be required of

N'SAVE ways. Either these vehicles all those who drive. All high
SAVE be schools should offer this course
removed or a special
t CAN YOUTAKE lane should be provided for them. and it should be mandatory for
DRUGS < STOREGrilled Highway safety would also be all students to complete the
YOUR CAR Improved If we had more enforce- course before they are allowedto

WITH YOU? ment on our highways." graduate.
HEAR YOU I For Financing And Insurance t Also I don't think people drhe
Stateside And Overseas. Call defensively, which they should
.r DYER M. BURR ''t do. A driver should always: be
representingGOVERNMENT thinking about the other driveron
VIRGINIA HAM SLICEwith I EMPLOYEES t the road rather thanhim e1f,"

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Why more than 18,000 miltary & civilian personnel are

New classes are beginning
ober 16 for Junior Army Nav)
1, JAX NAVY S .. f' ; Guild Organization Dependent

;. i::, ,, >', ..>1 t:;'.' '_ ,", ,. S daughters between 14 and 21
: ; ; f years of age of Navy Officers
CREDIT UNION (Active duty or retired) areelig-
[ ible to join this volunteer service
MEMBERS group. Classes of 4 hours each
will be held six consecutive
Saturday mornings. Studentswill
learn basic nursing techniques
....and why you 1'k and work on dependent units in

the U. S. Naval Hospital, NAS,
JAX. For further information,
should join them! .. please contact Mrs. Rust EV9
7711 Ext. 8646. Deadline for

... r THEIR OWN BORROWING AND SAV r A man returned from a session -
/ INGS SYSTEM UNDER A PROVEN at the golf links and his
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young son asked him:
lintt6 1. A Rood return on their ., r "
.,, assured safety. savings with + t did you win. Dad?
2. A ready source of credit that lets
.t them Improve living standards with S C r "Let it this way,"
+ ? me put
out paying high Installment charges
M 3. The convenience or borrowlnz said his: father. "Your Dad got
amounts time at any time or even at the 55I .. to hit the ball more times tha
v 4.Convenl ent location and hours. Ss anyone else."
+ 5. They are the OWNERS of the Credit
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SEPTEMBER! 23. 1965

I Cdr. Tells 'In's and Out's'. Applications For. Service Academies- 1//

Of Korean POW CampA Must Be Submitted By October 8U.

S. Representative Charles those interested in applying for all appointments consideration is
Navy commander, who spent used his family pictures as a : E. Dennett of Jacksonville has an appointment ot the academiesis given to competitive examination
two and one-half years as a prisoner psychological effect. announced that students interested scheduled for Saturday, Nov- scores, therefore it Is necessarythat
of war during the Korean Cmdr. Thornton listed five 'in applying for appointmentsto ember 6, 1965 in Jacksonville. each applicant takethe Civil
Conflict recently told personnel points that he feels a prisonermust military academies for the Appointments will be made for Service examination.
at the Cecil Field N AMTG detach- maintain to last through Second Congressional District I960 to the U. S. Military Acad-
Failure is and
ments the "In's and Out's of being a captive. First a beliefin should submit their applicationsby emy, West Point, N.Y.; to the a
being a POW.Commander. God and a dedication to your Friday, October 8, 1965. App- U. S. Naval Acedemy, Annapolis, What necessary of part of all think lives.Is
John W. Thornton country. Secondly unselfishness.Third lications may be picked up at Md.; U. S. Air Force Academy, many you may
told the group how he volunteered a sense of humor. Fourth the Jacksonville District Office, Colorado Springs, Col.; and the failure, others see as only a
for a dangerous mission ofres'cuing a love for your family. Fifth 226 Federal Building. U. S. Merchant Marine Academy, spur to greater effort. The
failure of is the best effort -
a key intelligence uuit ideals worth sticking by.Commaneler "Legal residents of the Second Kings Point, N.Y., lie said. of others. The only "real"
trapped on a high ridge behind Congressional District of Flor-
failure is not to mind failing.
enemy lines near WonsanKorea.The ida, comprising Duval County Two appointments by Bennett
The to risk failure but !
commander was piloting a who will be at least age 17 will be availabe at West. Point, courage
Navy helicopter with the First and 22 July 1, the 'the refusal to accept it is at .
not over age on one at Annapolis two at the base of ,.J
most significant
Marine Air Wing. He was thefirst 1966 are eligible to take the Air Force Academy and ten nominations '
learning. A Cleveland Harrison
to arrive at the scene and exam," Bennett said.lilt is will be made to the "
"The ABC's of
he attempted a landing on a small important that all students inter- Merchant Marine Academy. In .
1 Vital Speeches of the Day.VISIT
clearingatop the ridge. ested should apply no later than
Although his copter was wreck i October 8 by sending completed
ed during this intricate operationhe applications to me at the House ,
did survive( and directed other ,'.
helicopters to the marooned per- Office Building" Washington, : '. ,, : .

sonnel. D.The C. 20515.competitive Civil Service :"" "'',.e.,'.:,"',.::,.',..",'. ...'. .. '...,..,.>. .:."' ........';,...,.,.,..:.,.:..:.,t'.;<.,,. '

the Hostile rescue fire after brought three a men halt in to A Commission examination for '; : ,' .: : ; fif ti '

the party had been taken out iiI.U..D.'E.t'rtrl; .
leaving Cmdr. Thornton and the A :
others.surrounded by the enemy. Thornton .
Cmdr. Thornton started out 5223 WESCONETT BLVD. ..
60 miles from the U.S. lines NEAR NAS ,
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I Social Security NewsThe Flu ShotsAs

1965 social security changesare 1. IN-PATIENT HOSPITAL wintertime approaches, so
the most far-reaching since SERVICES for up to 90 daysin does the flu season. The Amer- v.d .
the original Social Security Act each spell of illness. You ican Medical Association encour-
was passed 30 years ago. Health pay the first $40. Then, if ages all persons to obtain inoculation -
benefits, payments to widows at your hospital stay exceeds 60 at this time and has :
60, children's payments to age days, you pay $10 a day begin- stated that especially vulnerableto ) a:7T
22, lowered requirements for ning with the 61st day. Social this cold weather disease are _
monthly checks--these are just 45 old, those
.. Security pays the rest. Hospital persons over years:
a few of the important changes services include all those with chronic heart disease, lung
congress has made in your ordinarily furnished by a hospital and kidney disorders, pregnant
"social security policy. to: its in-patients. The Basic women and small children.A .

rTATWIWbenefiis', popularly called Plan won't pay for special private local physicianhas agreed to
"Medicare", have gotten the duty nurses. It doesn't pay administer the inoculations at
most publicity. Other changeswill for doctors. HAS
mean just as much to many 2. NURSING HOME CARE who ,
people, however. that follows a hospital stay.. The last year ,
Basic Plan pays for the first shot this I'; l.".l,
Health benefits will go to people 20 days in a skilled nursing not '' i,";
over 65. There are two pans home, then all but $5 a day get two :''t p
to this new program. The"Basic after that for an additional 80 two '*
Plan" covers hospital costs, days. You pay $5 a day begin- desiring CIVIL SERVICE employees were presented/30-yearpins
nursing home care, health care ning with the 21st day. You're port to under the Incentive Awards Program by Capt. J.R. Mack:
eat tome, out-patient diagnostic entitled to 100 days of nursing Office. Commanding Officer, HAS Jax. The men received the Navy's
services. People over 65 home coverage in each spellof
lapel emblem for rendering long and faithful service
who already draw social illness.
checks will get this security ed report to the Federal government both military and civilian. Receiving
automatically. No claim coverage is 3. OUT-PATIENT HOSPITAL on awards were (I. to r.) John H. Arnold, Walter H. Farwell/ and
needed. DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES. You E. Field, all employed in the Overhaul and Repair Dept
Folks who are over pay the first $20 of this, and 20<% alergy to
65, but don't collect social secur- thers,
of the balance. Social
% ity checks should visit the social pays the rest. security should Killers Can Kill People TooSome I
security office before March 31, the
1966 and put in a claim to get 4. After hospital home health
this pesticides are highly If your cooking and eating utensils -
coverage. care by a visiting nurse, ther-
human beings. One are sprayed, be sure
This "Basic Plan" isn't for home health aid. The to
just apist or be
The of tetraethyl pyrohos- you wash them thoroughly
worked Basic Plan will ofr 100 of
people who have in jobs pay food
Civilian Parathion or phosdrin fore you cook or serve in
covered by social security: It's these home health care visits
the skin of small them.
for almost everyone over 65, during each spell of illness. on a
whether they've worked under Social security pays hospital, Councils ( will usually be fatal. There Above all, the greatest
social security or not, and nursing home, or the person who visory ) very little chance of saving hazard faced in use of insecti-
whether they've retired or not. provides the home health'care Civilian life of a child who has spill- cides in the home is the care-
No payments will be made until services. YOU won't collect and a concentrate solution high- less storing of them where
the plan starts on July 1, 1966. any cash payments. The cash Board Mutual of toxic organic phosphate small children can get to them.In .
Then, people over 65 who have payments go to the hospital. You on his skin. 1964 there were 425
signed up will get this coverage. get the services. Handling highly toxic pesticide reported cases of poisoning by

I [ JOIN WOW NOW I who election election prepared should wish rgin ounce adherence.of As error of allows an 80 to example and%safety very Parathion requires,little pre-one were by home undoubetly private not insecticides reported.more'cases physicians; there treated which were

are posted concentrate con- Early symptoms of chlorinated
l.iIu1L .P approximately 28,000 mg hydrocarbon (poisoning (the
poison. The minimum lethal two major types of pesticides
of Parathion for a 154- available on the market today
'man has been established contain chlorinated hydrocar
a i 1 1
6 approximately 300 mg. Due bons) are headache, nausea,
the,high,concentration of poi- vomiting and dizziness. Advanced
n,. all pesticide concentrates symptoms include pros-
I'l be handled with caution. tration and convulsions,followed
Any pesticide will bring by coma and death.
serious illness and, Early symptoms of poisoning -
death if consumed by by the organic phosphatesare
', / / 1 person in sufficient quanity. nausea,tightness in the chest,
highly toxic pesticide giddiness, cramps, headaches,
as Parathion are not used excessive sweating, twitching of
the home as are insecticides muscles and salivation. Fre-
purchased at the near- quently the eyes will have pinpoint
supermarket or filling non-reactive pupils. Other -
But a word of caution symptoms include lowed;
offered: If you spray your heartbeat, loss of refexes,
for Instance, with a convulsions and coma. There
.. heavy concentration of an are usually no symptoms or signs i
.. always have some until the cholinesterase level
r' I tL and do not breathe reaches approximately 25:Woof />
fumes for a long period. normal. '


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By. Sharon Arnold.. Librarian And NCO's Visit 679th At HAS

Here Is a' partial listing of new History writing tends to be academically tifully executed. Coupled with A group of twenty-five Air World War II and Korea. Although -
books recently added to the Cecil boring. However, these is a text which flows with Force reserve officers and non- currently an inactive reserve -
Field Station Library: whether writing abouf the firepower authority, bringing the great commissioned officers from the, organization, the 9887th
MORE GILT-EDGED BONDS by of the first Constitution, events back to the reader and 9887th Air Reserve Squadron meets regularly for training and
Ian Flemming. Here is an or the width of the main passageway the minor details to life with visited the 679th Radar Squadron discussion of current defense
.anthology of three of the very on the Philadelphia, Mr. realism. recently for a briefing on the problems. Squadron commanderIs
best James Bond thrillers. LIVE Chappelle is absorbing and con- mission of the 679th. The brief- Col. John E. Roquemore, a
AND LET DIE in which Operator stantly interesting. Although this book is completely ing was conducted by Capt.LesterE. prominent local attorney.
007 is assigned annihilatethe Perhaps the most interesting satisfying to a sailing buff, Smith 679th Operations The 679th Radar Squadron, an
world's' mo-st.powerful crim- book in the series is THE AMER- even the most inexperienced Officer. Air Force tenant command on
novice -
inal Mr. Big; MOONRAKER in ICAN SAILING NAVY. Here historian or casual readercan The 9887thAir Reserve Squadron N AS Jacksonville, Is a component
-.:,';\ ij cl:.1ameS'.... dAl\.vtigates\ the reader finds the original find unending discoveries of the only remaining Air organization of the Air Forces'sAir
.","'' 'mot V 3t. *i\V t.1UOO.. namesakes for our modern Navyin Force reserve squadron in the Defense Command. and the ...
alfe whd is financing Vriew4ilper- all their canvas finery. Sheer the innovations and pecularitiesthat Jacksonville .area, Is composedof
rocket that could ,/'destroy' the plans, line drawings, gun diagrams built America's first and experienced pilots;'navigators, North American Air Defense.
world, and DIAMONDS ARE FOR are all clear and beau- early navies. and bombardiers, veterans of Command (NORM). I i/-yr.
EVER in which, to expose the
Spangled Mob, James Bond joins
them and meets Tiffany Case, as
hard and as beautiful as a twenty-
carat diamond.
Mario Puzo. This Is a powerfuland
persuasive story of life in
the Italian-American communityof
New York. It renders brill-
iantly the conflict between immigrants -
and their children, as
well as the universal struggle
between the generations.
SIDENT; the secret papers of ...
Art Buchwald. The author is
at his hilarious best as he reveals -
how he has personally set-
tled such crucial issues of our :
time as bickering In the Pentagonand '-
sex on the campus In this .: ,\'
new collection of his writings.
THE TURRET ROOM by Charlotte .
Armstrong. In a novel as
.eerie and chilling as the dark,
turreted mansion of its setting,
the author tells us what happens
when the buried conflicts In a The rut has pt you Jaw? You::! like fool with more flair ? Tired of wasted weekends ?
prominent California family sud-
denly erupt in brutality and mur-
der. Charlotte Armstrong, mis-
tress of psychological suspense, i
skillfully unwinds the sinister
emotional coils ensnaring the
entire Whitman family, with results '
that jolt the reader to a
breath-stopping climax.

The Ships and Their Develop- 9
ment. By Howard I. Chapelle
Certalnlyanyone who even pre- .
tends to have a naval ,library MENU
already has read, bought or
yearned for the set of naval
history books by Howard Chap

elle.That they are the last wordin II
maritime history writing is
obvious, what is even more pleas-
ing is that they are so readable.


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r After seven months four or five hours seems like a short time ,
but those last few hours turned out to be the longest of the deployment A CATFISH
-- ff for the wives of pilots in Carrier Air Wine 10 last Sundav.Looking ,,. '' SIIRIMPUVSTERS
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composed of f four S
r --i squadrons, VF-13, VF-62, VA- deployment aboard the USS S CHICKEN
A 46, and VA-lOG, plus Photo- Shangri-LaCVA-38)( ). F,, STEAKS
graphic Detachment 38 from RED SNAPPER
The jets were scheduled to landat ,
THERE THEY ARE" VFP-G2, returned to Cecil Field Cecil at 1:45: p.m. The Com- V 4 I TAKE-OUT, SERVICE
Sunday after a seven month Med Fairjax Band was on hand to :,,1 '.4 tILcot( ',' H ;f:.#) BANQUET bR; VICE
I provide the music, wives, rela- S BUSINESS MEN'S'
tives, and guests were between 1(1 TCHEti LUNCH
Hangers 13 and 14 for the greet-
ings.Staff **l p 1438 BLAKDING BLVD. PHONE 771-5581 !

pilots were first to fly
off the Shang for Cecil Field.
Then a catapult aboard the carrier ;
failed to function properly

when Commander James E. .', $ ".': ______ .' ;(
Foster, skipper of VF-13, was .+ ..,',;:.,.t'";,:'...'. i ;'! 'Jl! PERFECTED
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flying off the flight deck. I,
The F8L; Crusader he was in ; I IELDME. / 0 HOll K t f'' '. :.
went off the carrier and into Jr4.1lbP ; : bLh Ut ; :: : '
the ,but Cmdr. ,.. .
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back to> Cecil. 'N;,' .':''' : .. ,- a'. :''U\.. --i"/ : .:#.ii:: '
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one cat and the squadrons ;k:
strag-- :
gled off the Shang in the late .N .Y' 5 HET5 tlo
afternoon. NAVY'S W"O !. I
By 6 o'clock all the (;,4COMMANDER t. ., 0 0 ..
% pilots were present or accounted o .. i' -
/ for as they were re-united with
their families and friends. ;t ___
The return of CVW-10 marked -
( the end of a highly successful I 4". THIS YEAR'S' FIGHTER SQUADRON"E" WINNER, VF62.AHDCHO .,
cruise. The iI-.j '
planes aboard .
Shangflew 8,120, sorties and made SAFETY AWARD WINNER/ ZENITH
2,500, controlled carrier 14 WITH/ THE REST OF CVW.10.
proaches.To ap-- CONSOLE TV

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won this year's coveted \
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service, telephone ahead for a personal (and top Finest Service Center. We noon. The squadron crews and LCDR. U.S.N. Ret.,

secret) appointment. You'll' be equipment was off-loaded and returned THE NAME GOES ONTIMUQUANATY
how <
surprised low
your Service Nolan/ 'Inc.
': what We Sell And to Cecil Field. The Shang
monthly payments will be. is due for a yard period in the ,

.. Back If Up.CENTRAL. near future. "Moon" Mulllns Is pleased.' to announce his appointment as a Cad
215 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville LOANS tO $$600 illac Salesman with Claude Nolan Inc., Main at Orange St.
106 ;diators., won the Chief discuss with him' the purchase of
34 "est DIva! st. Jad\9)nvUle\ ) MOTORS He 'invites his many friends to '
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JOWC Plans Women's Side

Fall PartyThe

.fI I Jacksonville Officers' Of the Story ': ;

) Wives Club have decided that .
I their annual fall party will be a By Snarl Conoughton
\ Halloween Charity Caper. The

event will take place Saturday,
October 30 at the "O"Club. TV and FashionAmerican
The ComFairJax Dand will
provide the dancing music from

8 p.m. until midnight when a Television Is having
breakfast will be served.
more of a fashion influence than
Chairman of the party is Mrs.
before and the designers
VW-4 with MrsT ever
W. 11. Reese, ,
know it. Just' check some of
Jack Kidd, Fleet Weather, serving -
chairman of decorationsand the more popular programs and 1 H.{ E. Hamilton, FAW-- see for yourself. With all the
new "Spy" shows the wardrobesof
; 11, as co-chairman. Reservations
_vi chairman is Mrs. A. J. Hyman, many stars will be fascinatingand
Bond did
__ P FAETULANT, and Mrs. E. C. important. James
Tallman, VW-4, chairman of the great things for the men's wear

3700 HOURS OF NAVY RELIEF VOLUNTEER WORK. .Rear drawing. Publicity will be handled market. His clothes close fitting in "Goldfinger" and-

Admiral 'Robert Goldthwaite presented Navy Relief// Awards to by Mrs. P.P. Bowler who stylishly were masculine.

eight volunteer/ Navy Relief// workers last Thursday. The awards, is chairman of that committee. The Hulabaloo dancers intheir

were in recognition for their work as Navy Relief receptionist, Tickets are only four in dollarsa first show this year wore absol-
interviewers and in the J. R. Mackroth couple so come costumeor
layette program Ccrpf come casual, but please come. utely the latest the mbndrian
CO, HAS was on hand for the presentation. Receiving the awards look. They are famous for their

were: front row (I to r) Mrs. W. S. Baker, 600 hour charm; Mrs. boots, op art dresses and short
Thomas Washington, 600 hour charm; Mrs. A. N. Kline, 100 hour CPO Club Now skirts. Wonder If any of the new

pin; back row (I to r) Mrs. J. L. Jones, 100 hour pin; Mrs. P. R. shows performers will appearin
Bowler 100 hour Mrs. 1000 hour charm the new "Granny" dresses.
pin; Ryfus Edalgo, ; Capt. Serving Lunch
Mackroth; Adm. Goldthwaite; Mrs. J. T. Dilley, Chairman of Interviewers They are a new teen fad and the
hottest hit the
thing ever to
1000 hour charm and Mrs. R. H. Lagdon, 100 hour And DinnerThe junior dress market. So if you
pin. Mrs. Cecilia Axelsson also earned a 100 hour pin, but was see young girls covering their

unable ,to attend the ceremony. lovely limbs with ankle length
NAS Jacksonville Chief dresses with Empire waist and
Give to Combined Federal Campaign Petty Officers' Club, operatingout ruffles at the neck and wristit
of building 593 in the NATTC means tha t Granny is HERE.
area, has recently added dinner Getting back to the TV influ-
service to its evening program of encelast season Julie Newmar

? : McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE events. (My Living Doll) wore this pants
Galley facilities in the CPO suit in several shows. She also

Club building have beenexpandedto wore the new short, short hem-
the point where a light dinner lines, leather skirts turbans,and
AGENCY. \INC menu is featured each evening in a variety of great hair styles,
addition to the usual luncheon
menu items. Club officials pointout
almost anything and look fan-
MONTHLY PAYMENT that varietyof steaks,french tastic. Unfortunately the show
ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS fried shrimp, oysters, and other has been cancelled this season.If .
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR 22's FILED dinner menu items are now avail- want to keep with the
you up
Naval Air Station Office Naval Station Office able at the club every night. latest in Fad and Fashion just Pants-suit worn by Julie Hew-
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road The galley opens at 11:00 a.m. tune in the Telly. (That's what mar In last season's My L/v-
Jacksonville, Fla. AUantic Beach, Fla. and food service is continuous the British call it.) Doll.
249.5649I. !
Phone 388-7676 Phone until 9:00 p.m.
The mid-day luncheon menu
has become very popular with Notes of InterestPlans

CPO club members and noon

finds the club crowded. NAS JacksonvilleVP30 were fomulated for a
LABOR DAY Dinner and Installation at Hellenthal's -
The Labor Day party canceled
Restaurant on Saturday,
Mrs. Denmark
because of Hurricane Betsy has George October 2nd. The new board of
held coffee
a ThursdaySeptember16th
been rescheduled at the Chief's
Officers considers it honorto
at 10 a.m. in her Hyde Grove
Club for October 25th.
have Chaplain R. W. Faulk,
Acre home. Mrs. Harry Baker
The will begin 5:00
party at
of N.A.S. Jacksonville
Chaplain ,
assisted in serving the Refresh-
p.m. and is for adults only.
officiate the
at Candlelight cere-
The club management expectsa ment to the squadron officers mony.

large crowd. wives.CPO WIVES held their regular One hundred and eleven dollars

The Presidential office uniquely business meeting and Election of realized from the Teen Dip and
combines the ceremonial attributes new officers on September 13th. Dance parties this last summer
r of royalty with the dem- Mrs. Casey Coleman outgoing will go to the Chief's Under-
ocratic simplicities of the gov- President presiding. The new privileged Childrens Christmas
.. erning politician. Repositoryof Officers are as follows: President Party Fund.
-: both pomp and power, it represents Mrs. William Horn, Vice-
the prestige of the mon President Mrs. William Gill, NAS Cecil Field/
arch and the authority of the Secretary Mrs. Johnny Jones,
elected statesman. As head of treasurer Mrs. W. F. Dudsik, VFP-62 Mrs. A.S. Wilhite
the state the President reigns; ParliamentarianMrs.JohnSie- wife of the Commanding Officerof
as chief executive he governs. bert, Chaplain Mrs. Henry VFP-62 had a coffee Thursday -
Sidney Warren, The President Taylor. Board member s are Morning September 23rd for
As World Leader (Lippincott). Mrs. Reuben Mitchell, Mrs.Hoyt the officers wives of the squardon -
wheels Gill, and Mrs. RobertSchimmelman. Plans for the November
get WESCONNETT We are honored to still Bizarre were formulated at that
have four of the past Presidents time.
with an auto loan from serving as advisors in our club. CAW 10 We welcome you home!
Co. They are Mrs. Jerry Sternberg, We also wish to extend a big
Mrs. Henry Taylor Mrs. Cecil welcome to Detachment 38 of
? Cancer and Mrs.Casey Colemen. VFP-C2.
33Z6 Wesconnett Blvd. at 103rd

EASY CREDIT members Wives Club Jax HaG Mrs. Wilbert Wagner,President -
attending the
US NAS FACILITY OFFICE FREIGHT SALVAGE Education meeting last Wednes-Social- of NWC #86, presided over
day were the meeting. Afterwards refreshments -
privilieged to hear
ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS a speech on "The Do's and Don'tsof were served by Mrs.

BANKING HOURS: Public'Speaking'1*. Joseph Hagan,Mrs.Gregg Lucas,
GALORE! and Mrs. William Koon.
delivered was
Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM COME IN AND BROWSE George Members are reminded that

9:30 AM til 4:30 PM Connolly of the Seminole Toast- there will be a regular business
Friday: HOURS 9 AM 7 PM mistress Club. The Toast- meeting on October 6, at 7:30

Phone Extensions 8272or 8273 PHONE 771-0750 mistress clubs
practice the
of public speaking. p.m., at the clubhouse aboardthe
Naval Air Station.

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Movies .' Club Schedules !t:


will be :1 lownregularly "t 0" CLlui Kin ,iciliu Friday I.t..h I ". +ID !MA! ('"" I1 i i U: s : II I I
..m.tond.1 through nigh will be provided by tIle !
", Tonight i* game night, bingo will
John Arnold 4" with
Johnny \
iy. NATTC; will lute two be played from 8:00:() to lui\ : u ,
JeluitK on ,'.turday. fur the e4: (iC.WD'
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Shrimp I
( p. m. "SpecialDinner",
iirdays and Sundays. The gourmet Scandanavian, Tuesday's foreign\ dishis basket for $.40 from 6:00 to should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, ;
il will 7 have one feature night is Fried Chicken night for 8:00 P. M. Friday Danceto Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not t
Jay at p.m.movies the whole family. the music of Phil Cay and the than Tuesday 'for'publication the following Thursday I
evening at Cecil Chantels. Saturday Music by arriving too late 'for this deadline will be published the
|begin at 7 These I
p.m. CPO CLUB Dancing this March. Wilson and the Redcoats. week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
are subject to change. Friday night at the Chief's Club, Sunday Phil Cay and check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be I 1 I.I

rsday, September 23 Bldg. 1 593, will be to Charliejay.The Chantels will provide music WITH the copy for the ad. I j
Moon-Liters will provide the dancing. Monday "Two DO NOT SEND CASH !

Seaside Swinger-Freddie dancing music on Saturday night. Nite", two cocktails or two pizzascan : Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... ./ .$2.00 \
Dreamers Lunches are featured daily. be bought for the price Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .O.$O .
TC Clai erlce.the. Cross one from 6:00 to 8:00: P. M.The ,
iLlon-MarsXaH[ Thompson, ACEY DllCEY CLUB SPE- club is available for 1
? -..... tttttttrsa stl.a

Drake CIAL "Shipwreck Dance" this on Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday A I l I
pital MutinyontheBounty Friday night. Mark Castle and and Saturday I nights! when no SEWINGjv AfT1E. S \ FOR ,SALE 3 BR hpme.,close :
In Brando Trever Howard the Versatiles will provide the are scheduled. Wednesday"Happy have TWO 1965..0Mt-O- toNAS' '$100 downh.-tzt th. \
field Zulu-StanleyBaker, music and door prizes will be Hour" from 5:00 zig zags that have never Can Art Powell USN.Rt,\ 4- I
awkins given for the best costume-time, 6:00 P.M.GIRlMANSHlP". used. They were LAY 6144 with Powell Realty BKR. :
: 8:30: p.m.-l a.m. The Swing- never picked up, cuS- _
rdoy! September 24 t
sters will provide dancing music left area We are un-
Marriage Italian Style- oa Saturday with Mark Castle to locate them, you can have JEAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE -- :
Loren, Marcelle Mastro- returning on Sunday. Game night machines for the balance Venetia, 384-3055, trans, ballet, \
is every Sunday and Tuesday. 1 ..I.Ie each, cash or terms. toe, tap & hula :
TIC Seaside Swingers 353-1946 anytime, will de-
lie and the Dreamers BLUEJACKETS INNMarch no obligations. Will take HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT, :
pital Clarence the Cross Wilson and the Redcoats will machine as trade A-1 Sew- your choice. Select 2,3,4 bed- 1,
rooms. $100. down no closing
LionMarshall Thompson, Company.
provide the dancing music this t
costs. Fast move-in.
Drake Thursday and Sunday. Returningon SALE RENT *
Field Blood and Black
Friday will be the Holidays
night -
dn $0 $100
no Many
-Cameron Mitchell, Eva featuring Claduette, and No closing costs. New ORANGE PARK New unfurn2BR, :
k Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Apt, bit-in elec kit, terrazzo
will be theX-TRAS Family firs $85. 2646884.
playing Saturday. ,
\Saturday, September 25 Niaht is everv Wednesday. Fenced yd., built-in RIO _
|dSpencer Tracy, Ethel BRKR TU-2792 and Shell Service Station RooseveltMall I
lanMTC USO NOTES 318 North Ocean %1Uf I 35,000 gals mo.,sales over
Marriage Italian Street-Special events at the USO $14,000 mo. Inventory and equip
this APTS.2&3 BR,new,mod,
-Sophia Loren, Marcello coming week include Musicon $5,000. Some financing possiblewith
oiani the House night on Fridayand 2653 Dellwood Ave, River- good credit. Ph 771-3320
September's Birthdays Partyon $65. mo. caUEV7-3393. B *
spital Seaside -Swingers-
die and the Dreamers Saturday. Vespers and refreshments FOR RENT UNFURN Lake Shore-
this Sunday will be HILLS: For rent,option Hill 1307 Stimson St.
Field Mutiny on the Boun- & Murray
Marlon Brando, Trevor Ho- at St.Johns Presbyterian Church. 4 BR, 2 B, & Den, A/C unusual rental opport. near
A special "Luau" on Mondaywill & Cent heat 387-4593 Ulmer, 3 BR, 2 B, scr prchs,
feature the music of the TRANSFERRED: must kit eq. C/H. A/C, V. blinds, '
Sunday, September. NAS Jax Combo. i iI 1965 2 plus 2 -Mustang' fncd yd, convX-wayNAS,schools

S Take Her She's MInes 289, WSW, V-8, good cond, shp cntrs, $125. mo. 388-2844,
Stewart, Sandra Dee CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB: clean Call Ray Nader nites 389-8507
ATTC It's a Mad, Mad, Friday-dance to the music of I Wk dys & Sat.
Ethel Bud Clarke and his Combo. Lobster : I( iii'p FOR SALE: 2 BR HOME, large
World-Spencer Tracy,
)rman dinner for $2.25 and 16 oz. WARDS Super sport 50 cc, den, LR, & eatin kitchen.
ospital Marriage Italian "T" Bone for $1.75. Saturday- 1200 mi: 725-6394 Corner lot. 5463 Marcia Cir
music by Mark Castle and band Call 771-3986, or 771-6777
le Loren Marcello Bunting
| Sophia for dancing. 10 oz. Club Steak t 9 1 AftipMfc '
stroiani for $1.50 and 10 oz. Filet for ANNtmFUNICELLOBRIAN SALE: LADIES LEFT VOLKSWAGEN
Field Clarence the Crossd GOLF CLUBS FOR SALE:
lion)1larshallTltompson) } $1.90. Sunday Spaghetti and 3,5,7,9,' putter ,Woods and bag.1 Camper, equipped, $1595. Call
|tsy Drake.; ,. meat ball dinner, adults L'75. I 3. Power bill 10 'Yrs. old. 264-9887
children $.40. Tlie bar will DC and leather bag. Best '
Monday, September 27 open Monday and Tuesday. Wed- ,r DONLEVY I I II Ph 384-6135 8 a.m.- 35 Year Old Military Companyhas
(NAS'- Dingaka; Stanley. Baker, nesday Game night, bingo will position available for retired -
liet Prowse be played beginning at 7:45: p.m. 'IFRIDAY Officer or CPO in Jax/
NATTC Take Her She's Mine 10 oz. New York strip steak for I V WAGONS, all models Mayport areas. Maxium eligible
mes Stewart, Sandra Dee $1.40 and Shrimp dinner for$1.00. Starts direct & save, Model i## 1300, age-50. Send brief resume and
I Hospital -' It's a Mad, Mad, Ladies are asked to wear dresses CIF, all other foreign availibility date to Regional Dir-
Sad, Mad World instead of slacks on game night. 1 1F available 387-5356, John ector, P O Box 13177, Orlando,
fthel Merman Spencer Tracy, ......................"...... USN RET. Fla. 32809.

C. Field Seaside Swinger- electric sewing machine
f reddie and the Dreamers cabinet, like new. FOR SALE: MERCEDES-BENZ
JACKSONVILLE'S MOROCCO TEMPLE PRESENTS forward and reverse. All 190 SL 1956. Blue, clean, good
Tuesday, September 28 for making button- mech $875. Ltjg Kingston ext.
NAS She Gods of the Shark WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR zig-zagging andfancystit- 8744

eef Bill Cord, Liza Montell I I HAM.D.MORTON. ALL NEW SHRINE I II I designs. Fullyguaranteed.
NATTC Dingaka Stanley
be seen in your area. Make FOR SALE: 1965 RAMBLER 440
anker, Juliet Prowse monthly payments of $4.91 H, many extras, 9,000 mi. $2100T.
Hospital Take Her She's1ine discount for cash. Write: A. Marshall am ext. 495 PM
James Stewart, SandraC. Manager, 122 S. Clear- 38R-6476

e. Field Marriage Italian I I II Road Largo, Florida

tyle Sophia Loren, Marcello RENT: FURN APT. 2 or 3 FOR RENT : FURN 2 BR TRAIL
lastroiani elec. kit equipped 2230 W IFla.'rm, Orange Park, Ridge-
Ave. wood sub-div, EV9-1435
Wednesday, September 29 I 3 QA s Or TICKET INFORMATION I I I
NAS Bounty Killer Dan
[Duryea, Red Camerson Sp1S RESERVED SEATS
NATTC She Gods of the Shark FR : i.2 3 ADULTS AUTO RACING

[ Reef Bill Cord, Lisa Montell OCT e I
TINEES Promenade and Box 2.50
HospitalDingaka Stanley I 3 MA Center Meiionlne .$2.00 I
Baker, Juliet ProwseC. YrS LAP FEATURE
} 1 S% Gen. Admission ...$1.50 40
Field It's a Mad, Mad, Z NIS Children undei 12
Mad, Mad World Spencer Tracy, Gen. Admission ....1.00'
Ethel Merman 2 HEATS


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Ct Captain Leon AWARD Cohan veteran of tached from the 2nd Marine

the Korean War and the conflictin sion, he finished number
Viet Nam, was awarded an Air his class and was
Medal last Friday during a twi- honor graduate of the U.S. ; '
light parade by Aviation Detach- Ranger School at Ft. i

% t t ment The Marines Air Medal here.represented the Ga.A native of Columbus, ; .;... s.t.
second combat decoration Capt. /X: ?? /:vC6lian is married L., :S tNJI'J'.teen,! : :
a Nr Cohan had received this year r/TW7i'er: tFanlce R. ; J "in'stfucfoY bf the
for his service In Viet Nam. also fo Columbus. They NA TTC's Aviation
Navy Capt. Thomas B.Ellison, a daughter Susan 2, and "A" School. SSgt.
CO, NATTC, presented the medal at 2788 Robinette Drive, won the honor after
NAVY TO THE RESCUE. .W// en the Red Cross StoU for this after inspecting the parade form- Park. with other Navy and
area had been depleted by sending staff members into Miami and ation with Major I Harold E.Lewis, Capt. Cohan recently instructors at the
New Orleans, the Navy came to the rescue. John McGrath, PH3, Detachment Executive Officer. 2ndLt. Carl A. Sept. 3. On Sept. 22
and Jonas Swecker, YN2, of the HAS Jax Personnel Division, The Air Medal citation commended M. A. D. Training with instruct-
Cohan "for. merit-
2ndLt. Chambliss has
rushed two emergency vans to New Orleans, one of the disaster from other
orious achievement In aerial signed duties as Assistant year
areas caused by Hurricane Betsy. When they departed on Sept. flight as designated Intelligence jutant. the NATTC School.
14th, Capt. B. H. Troemel/, USH (ret.) Asst. Field Director of the Advisor in the Naval Advisory the Year award. The
HAS Red Cross Unit, wished them well Group, Military Assistance Command MODEL the NATTC competi
Viet Nam, during combat Marine activity in the go to Memphis, Tenn.
support missions In support of o f the Phu Bai airstrip in competition
the Republic of Viet Nam against [Hue is a model of determine the Navy
the Insurgent communist guerIlla surgency operations--a
Schoolmaster/ of the
forces (Viet Cong) from Jan. being followed by
14 to Feb. 3,1965." most village pacification
Earlier this year, while still ies. The pattern requires
in Viet Nam, Capt. Cohan received sivenesi, patience and this training outtlt.
the Navy Commendation standing. provide the popular
j 'r Medal with Combat "V" for Near Phu Bat, Marines : tactical instructions;
"meritorious achievement while gone to work in five in turn are given
serving with the Ninth Marine complexes to develop the of the local
Expeditionary Brigade in Da- bination of confidence in the language,
Nang, Republic of Viet Nam urity from the Viet Cong, terrain. There Is a
as Ground Intelligence Officer confidence in the good among troops in-
from March 18 to May 7,1965." of the Marine Security this program based on
According to the citation,Capt. the Viet Cong is, as always and a sense of
Cohan consistently demonstratedan basic first step. Marines professional compet-
tBY unusual ,ability to analyze swept the area, and now
evaluate and interpret diverse patrols and ambush development of this
intelligence in a usable form. on the periphery of their is of particular ..'
Capt. Cohan enlisted In the area of operations to It is recalled that,
Marine Corps In July 1952. He Viet Cong off balance. a village near Da Nang,
completed recruit training at San in the villages pre,5 of the village
Z Z? Z8 Diego and served ,in Korea and gency activities are handled popular for-
Quantico. In 1958 he was selected with vigor, and with good In that village since
for the Officers Candidate sults. '
arrival in May. It
Course and attended Officers Medical, education and that the Marines
School at Quantico Va. eering and other civic 'completely by the
After graduating from Basic programs have been and are accorded the
School he served with the 8th In addition local popular by the local of-
Marines at Camp Lejeune, N. C. are being trained by the merchants as the
then as a Language Officer at including a Marine 1 lieutenant servicemen local
Camp Smith, Hawaii, and from speaks Vietnamese, and receive. Thevconfide
F Hawaii to the 3rd Marine Divisionat squads of Marine infantry concerning Viet Cong
Okinawa and Viet Nam as who are learning the' and active! VietCong
rapidly. The Vietnamese
Ground Intelligence Officer. In undertake to find
June 1960, while temporarily de- Americans live, work, and information about Viet
t ._. an Intentions.
relations are not ach-
expenseof over-
ietnam,however. Mar-
""" are coordinated
i local and district

..;<:.:';-". ..J and relations with the
and with Vietnamese
4 in the area are ex-
rly indications are en-
I cLBR Le My was a class-
which brought a
I c J BR 2 a mere four months
Viet Cong domina-

FBE ci""lciBR3 positive, pro-govern-
1 in which the Viet
B d i unwelcome. Near Phu
are prospects of the
UR of achievement. There

M1 CP -i iI Li y 4 or quick path to

I COV. D villages are
r ,. PATIO I there are manyofthem
bases. The orderly
( Model B3Standing pacificationachieved
patience, Is being
t DECORA TED Captain Thomas B. Ellison
in the dining area or kitchen, Mother can view tn< Commanding in the Marine III
NATTC the Air
pins Medal
on Capt. Leon Cohan
t 'Idr.n playing in this model's covered patio or smell the aromiof Force areas.
monies at a twilight parade by members of the Marine
Dad's T-Bones on a charcoal fire. Stir in 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath of pacification are
and you have a family menu., Detachment last Friday. Capt. Cohan received the medal and solved, and
I I meritorious achievement in aerial flight while serving as Viet Cong can move
:ElELL.A.KR: : : telligence Advisor in Viet Ham. Standing beside Capt. and less of the coun .
from right, are :Sergeants Bernard G. Wambaugh and day they can impress
t :HOME: : : BUILDERS: iisro: Payne, who were promoted to their present rank during the men. Each day
I monies. Also promoted, but not visible in the photo, was and security
a real possibility in
i You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience Berryman H. Chilton, Jr., a student at Aviation villages where he
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) "B" School. Major Harold E. Lewis, Detachment Executive of these words have
ficer, right, holds citations and promotion warrants to be demonstrated to a
1 1i. j i en-
child or teen-ager.

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SEPTEMBER 23, 1965

Illtl : l Ii'lll' Cmdr.Eagles With Tilghman 4 No.Iron 2 Collins To Early Paces NA TTC Golf Lead Team /II

[ Support Service Golf Team Jones, DC, USN, and Lt. G.R.
Cmdr. Bud Tilghman, Com-
., Number Three tightened its gripon Witt, talc, USN.
Fairjax Staff
go along first place in the Naval Air
with other Jax course. Playing Technical Training Center's Fall Standings: La.
in a foursome of
composed Capt Won
Cup by hammering out a victoryover
Dick Nauman, Lt. Cmdr. Mike Marine Air Detachment SS ###3 2 0
Hollack, and Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Tuesday, September 14. SS ###1 1 0 )
McClure last Saturday scored SS #3 defeated MAD 4. 1/2 SS #2 1 1
an eagle-duece: on the par four AE Blue 1 1
points to 1 1/2 points. The
415-yard hole. 1
victory registered the team'ssecond
Cmdr. Tilghman, an eight 0 1
win against no defeats in AE Gold
handicapper, used a four-iron the second week of Fall Cup MAD Of( 2
from 180-yards out to pull the

p::: 4jA$ trick.the 18 lie holes.VA44 turned. in a 404080for play.Thursday was a dark day for howitzer Va.-The 1863 boat
third place Support Service Gold which is fired during I
Team Number Two. Fourth football games at the Naval f
CashesIn place AE "Blue" defeated SS Academy whenever Navy makesa
#2 3 1/2 to 2.1/2.porots, while touchdown, is tested annually I
MFC crushed( 'Al:"Gold"5-to:1: :'' at the Naval WeaponsJUbpra\ory4 :
On TrophiesWednesday Members of ffrsr''place.'SS 'I'here.. '-\V. .VVV; I
#3 include: Lt. R. L. Clark, MC, The 12-pounder's1 tests'this
September 8, was USNR, J. R. Collins, PNC, C. H. year indicated a stronger primer !
trophy day at Cecil Field's Attack Geis, PN1, J. H. Jackson, PNC, than formerly used to initiate ;
Squadron Forty-Four. B. J. Johnson, HMl, Capt.J. P. the powder charge. ,
Captain S. D. Wright, station I
commanding officer, visited the \
Hornets and presented them with H. L. NEWELL :
two trophies for their winning j!,
efforts in the spring intramural I

sports program. USN/RET ;

The Softball championship went WOULD LIKE ALL I
to VA-44 after the team rackedup
a 32-1 record for the season.
This is believed to be the best OF HIS FRIENDSTO
Softball record in the station's

EARLY WORK OUT. .Lt. (f/g/ ) L. L. Newman (left) and Wayne history.presented The by Capt.Softball Wright trophy to was Ted VISIT HIM AT

Berry give two of the entries in this weekend's field trial at Cecil Barfield, AKI.
Field some pretrial practice. The men and dogs were out on
the course last weekend preparing for this weekend's activities The Hornets golf team did ROBERTS CHEVROLET
which is expected to attract some of the top bird dogs in the almost as well in their sport.
state. The duffers coped the station
championship with a 12-1 record. AND OLDSMOBILEGreen
Everett Deitrick, A01 acceptedthe
Open Field Trial Set For trophy for the squadron.A Cove Springs, Florida

note of humor was added at
P H. 284-3033 JAX 2649600THEOLDSARGESAYS
CF Over Weekend the end of the presentations when
I squadron skipper, CommanderM. - -- i
E. Malan thanked Capt.Wrightand
The Cecil Field Rod and Gun the derby stakes, $10 in the then invited him back next :
Club has scheduled an Amature shooting dog stakes, and $5 in year to do the same honors.
I Pointing Breed Dog Field Trial the membership shooting dog Cmdr. Malan is sure that the
this weekend in the northeast stakes. Entry fees must be paidat Hornets teams will repeat againas Myblackbooktk
corner of the Naval Air Station. Friday's drawing. station champs.
The two day trails, slated for
Saturday and Sunday, will be open is filled
to entries in all classes of pointing -
dog breeds from the militaryand i with
public. There will be four

stakes; puppy, derby, shootingdog
and membership shootingdog. phonenumbers

DRAWINGS/ FRI. NIGHT/ p.e .u..1w ( /-;
Drawings for the Cecil Field
Rod and Gun Field Trail will for gettin'
take place Friday at 8 p.m. in
the Duval County Road Patrol DANCING UNTIL 2 AM
Courthouse Auditorium on Bay P\U1\ 1 moneycoast
St. All entries must be repre- LADIES NIGHT EACH
sented at the drawings.The THURSDAY EVENING to coastBeing
gate at the corner of 103 HALF PRICE
Ave. and Chaffee Rd. will be
opened at 6a.m. Saturday morn- 3909 BLANDING BLVD.
ing, the trials are scheduled to
start at 8 a.m. Directions will 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE
be posted to get to the field
trial area.
The trial is under the auspicesof a man of considerable experience,
the Amature Field Trial Clubsof CAMPBELlS the Old Sarge knows that checkingour
America. Trophies will be CHIEF phone number wherever you're

awarded to the top three dogsin Elanding Tenrieco stationed is a pretty good idea.
each stake. The trials will !*!""* Never know when you'll need money
be run. on a one course :30 minute -SERVICE STATION suddenly, and a call to us starts a loan
trial area. 103rd and IJLANDING OFFERS working for you. Once you've
Judges for the trials will be established credit with
your us, you've
Mr. John Shaw, a well known GAS FOR established it at 760 offices.
field trial judge in this area, Personnel and Government EmployeesAt
and Mr. Brantley Goodson of the To Military \
Florida Game arid Fresh Water Our Truck Island.
Fish Commission. Alternate judges PHONE 771.9811 \ x DOMESTIC FINANCECORPORATION
will be Mr. R. K. Hall of .
Jacksonville and Mr. George Regular 94% Octane 28.9
Thigpen of Plataka. The alternate Premium 100% Octane 30.9 \
judges will grade the mem- Delco Batteries '. 1
bership Also Tune-ups LOANS TO $600
shooting dog contest. JACKSONVILLE
The Rod and Gun Club invites Lubrication Firestone Tires 1193 So.Edgowood Ave. Phone 389-O391
the public to attend the two day Quaker State Oil 440 W.Adams St. Phone 356-J091
Wash & Wax .
92li Arlington Road Phone 7214)550
trials. A concession stand will General Auto Repair 25 C,Adam St. Phone 356-OO76
be set up and horses will be i llrakru'trk 1638'Main St. Phone 354-6841
available for following the trials. ROAD SERVICE 0700 2400 3102 5852 Beach Norwood Btvd.Ave. ., Phone Phone 359-2051 765.1601
There will be entry fees of 5212 N.Purl St.\ Phone 353-6248

$5 in the puppy takes, $7.50 ''I. '.


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1-I- Last Week's Games Baffle Football ExpertsOh.

oh, oil, oh. oh, those know about Mr. Ard and how he Predictions -
Monday morning football blues. finished on his picks.
x Nothing went as predicted. The only one that didn't drop
Friday night\ Minnesota did what around to remind us that the
they shouldn't and tied Southern weekend was over was Roger GAME QUINTERO POSTAL ARD HARMEL STAFF
I I California. The next day Georgia Ouintero of Jax; and he pro- ((8.4)) CLERKS ((8.4)) ((7.5)) (guest) ((5.7))

I pulled its football upset over bably would have gottenhis laughsif 1. Penn Stolen St. Penn St. Mlch St., Penn St. Mich. St. Mich. St.
Alabama. Vanderbilt's Commo- he could have gotten a phone
dores added a surprise to the line to Cecil Field.
fresh football season by tying As this weeks' predictions 2. Pitt-Okla. Pitt. Pjtt. Pitt Okla. Okla.
Georgia Tech and Army added began to come in, a game of
still more by being trounced by mild csponage formed. The post- 3. Syracuse-Miami/ Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse
Tennessee.To al clerks came to see what Mr.
accentuate the staff's woes, Ard had done this week. The 4. Auburn.Tenn. Tenn. Ten;'. Tenn. Tenn. Auburn
Pitt couldn't get a field goal in Jax office wanted to compare
their game with Oregon and the Quintero's picks with the postal . "
Black Panthers went down too. clerks; but strangely enoughno- 5. Purdue-Notre Dame Purdue Notre. Dame Notre Dame Notre qome." Notre Dame
.. . . ,. :. .
Then to capthe"StaffDisastertt. ,. body wanted to get a look at the ,; :: -
Jow.)'!;.l "J whamnu : when'the late' returns got in. we are singing a different song 7. Fla./ -Miss.St. Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla
All this shouldn't happen such this week and the tune is "Wait
illustrious experts as the Staff and See, Wait and See." .
8. Baylor Wash. Wash. Baylor Wash. Baylor Wash.
Prediction Panel: but happenit Since our tune last week wenta
did, and then came Monday.Lt. little sour, we decided to goa
(j jg) Ard was the firstto little differently this time. 9. Rice-L.S.U. L.S.U. L.S.U. L.S.U. L.S.U. L.S.U.

enter the office. His greeting Thus, we have gone against Penn
went like this "Well at 10. Mich..Cab./ Mich. Mich. Mich. Mich. Mich.
least there are some people State, Pitt, Tennessee, and Stan-

dictors around here than who 1 am.are"worse He pre-was will ford.change Perhaps their the songs other next experts week. 11. S. Co/-W/sc./ / S. Col. S. Col. S. Col. S. Col. S. Col.

refer. to the staff's 5 out of Among the experts, we havea
12 while he finished 7 for 12. new face this week. He is 12. N.C. St.-Wake Forest Wake Forest N.C. St. N.C. St. N.C. St. N.C. St.
Following Mr. Ard our Blue Robert Harmel, a PN1 in the
Monday morning was complicatedto Weapons Department He says
by a visit from the Postal he has been following football Cecil Varsity Basketball Stanford Only CollegeTo
Clerk Prediction Experts repre- closely for 20 years. We wish
sented Charlie Pringle who him luck. Team Calls
by 1st MeetThe
But like the other the 3 AcademiesA
wasn't exactly jolly old Saint experts, Play
Staff dares to differ with him
Nick. Fortunately, they weren'tlooking Cecil Field varsity basket-
for us, but wanted to on end.almost every game this week- ball team will hold its first college football oddity occurs to Oklahoma, Georgia Tech and
practice in the station gym on on the Pacific coast this Notre Dame for interesting inter-
October 4, at 4 p.m. season. Stanford University's sectionals; to Penn State also.
All prospective basketball Indians are the only college team At home the Midshipmen enter-
_Inlet Marina.AND players are encouraged to attend in the United States to play tain Syracuse, William and Mary
this first practice session. three service schools in 1965. Pittsburgh and Maryland. Navy
BOATYARD Coaching this year's team is In additon to the host Indian's doesn't meet the Air Force Fal-
l O. G. Richerson. Last year Sept 25 clash with Navy, they cons.
MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Richerson coached the NAS lax travel to Colorado to tackle the In fact, the Falcons play quitea
BOATSMOTORSTRAILERSWet team to the FLA/GA Interservice Air Force Oct. 2 and entertain different schedule than the
Conference crown and compileda Army Oct. 23. other service academies. Be-
& Dry Storage Marine Ways 24-4 record. He can be con- This is the first time a west- sides Stanford, they have a com-
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET tacted at Ext. 174, the VA-44 ern school has scheduled all three mon opponent with Army in
ordnance shop for further service teams during one season. Wyoming and play no other team
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH information. Ironically, Stanford didn't meet on Navy's schedule. However,
ORANGE PARK PHONE 264-9835] Three starters from last any of the above teams in 1964 Air Force hosts three California
year's Cecil Field team will be and, of the trio, plays only Air powers-Stanford California and
returning. Last year Cecil Field Force in 1966. UCLA in addition to Nebraskaand
was 3-12 for the season.It The last time a service school Colorado, and travels to Oregon -
is anticipated that there met Stanford was a 1960 clash Arizonia and Pacific.
46-1965 Ply mouthsand will be 16 service teams enteredin which the Air Force won, 329. Syracuse and Penn State rate
the Conference this year. The Naval Academy won its only an edge over Army among the
meeting with the Indians 25-0, 12 Eastern independents in pre-
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1950. However, Stanford is tied the first division.
DEDUCTIONIN in the Army series, 2-2, thanksto The two senior service acad-
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COLUMN lEFTby NASJax..Jnlramurals j

Dave Colby/ :

Bowling I

I This weekend bird hunters aW their dogs from Florida and FAW -11 -4Duffers
Georgia will gather at Cecil Field for whatltas been called the cleanest NAS Jacksonville bowling lanesin MARTD 8: FICEUR 0
the fall Intramural
of all sports-tlhe field trial. hosting VP --3A/C Maint.3
bowling league every Monday, 679th 24 NARTU
of formal -
the two days point- sants it would seem that a dog Wednesday and Thursday even-
''ina dog competition, run under which doesn't VW --4Hospital "A"2
hold on ghost birds ings at-1700 and 1930.A .
artificial conditions, will give Hospital 6: VP72
would be more desirable. lot of action was seen in
' men a chance to work their Setters I have VP72Eagles: -4
the worked with last weeks bowling with only one
' ahead of the opening of ComFairJax 14: VW4 -12
dogs which are smart enough to circle game being postponed. '
also affordsthe NARTU 2 1/2Pro's 3 1/2
quail season and it and stop a running bird are a NARTU-6VP-5 :

chance to once again resolvethe pleasure to hunt over. But then Last weeks scores.NCQ'S .
question that started fie there are Pointers which will All games are being playedat FICEUR 2 1/2FAEUT:
1866. 3: CURSORS Stadium Field and Parade 1/2
trails back in do this task equally well. the
question..who owns the best dog? The Grounds.
argument of breeds is .
one Electrons Aeron ppnd.Lilly's
The 1866 field trail is con- which will continue Hospital "B" --2:0perations
as long as
sidered the first because It'was there are dogs and hunters and 2: Mad Foxes 2 Results

open to the public and like many probably never be resolved. Sky Warriors -6FLT: WEA FAC Communications2Supply -4
American sports and tradi Cloak & Daggers 1: NAMG3 '
other -3
tions it originated in England.The THE TRUE TEST ...
argument of what dog is One thing I have noticed is Thunderheads 1: Needlers 3 FAW -11 5Duffers: 1"
Staffs 3 AERON "B"1
Flag :
further back
best probably goes there is a world of difference

than 1866. It probably started when a bird dog works on pen Cannon Cockers 3: Falcons1 VP-5 -5A/C Maint.4 (AFPS Weekly F.aturs)
when man began using dogs to raised game versus native game.
1. What former New York
hunt. Native birds the VW --6Hospital "A"3
perhaps Splits 3: Play Boys -1 Yankee was named the AmericanLeague's
POINTING/ / DOGS truest test of a dog's field abili- most valuable playerin
VP -5Eagles4:
English, Irish, and Gordon Set ties.The lowest I have ever seena Eagles3: 3rd. Crewman 1951. '54 and '55?

Brittany Spaniels, German trainer's jaw NARTU 4 1/2Pro's 1/2 2. The Cincinnati Reds had
ters drop
was at a "
7" 0
Protrons 4 -
Pointers Wire- : the longest winning streak in the
Shorthaired Springer Spaniel Field Trial
National League in 1964 the
Haired Pointing Griffons,Draht- being FICEUR 0FAETU: ;
run on pheasants. It was
Cutters 4: Church Key0 Philadelphia Phillies had the
harrs, Weimarners, Viszlasand early Sunday morning,the second What
most consecutive losses.
Pointers are considered as point- day of the trials. Apparently Nockers: Torch Pots1 Hospital "B" 1Operations8: were these figures?
ing dogs for field trial purposes.It overnight a native ringneck had
3. In 13 head coachof
isn't expected that all these the Communications 3Supply6 years as
strayed onto shooting
pre- Tipplers 3: Spartans Notre Dame, what was KnuteRockn's
breeds are used more in northern serve to feed on the corn that record?
hunting and are not suited for had been thrown out to keep the Mix Masters1 Spoilers3 Sky Warriors-6FLT WEA FAC
southern scattergunning. The planted birds around. : -0 See answers at bottom of page.

biggest showing will come from The Springer was doing fine King Pins 1: Molarolas3
the Pointer breed and this is
on the planted bird he was work- "B"4
where the majority of trophies 'Seabees: Sky Warriors
ing then he crossed the native

will go.There. ringneck. The trainer, the
will probably be a small Pizzans: Anchors
judges, and most of the gallery
showing of setters and the following the trials knew what SPECIAL
conflict of opinion will Supply 0: Warriors 4 FINANCING
greatest happened even before the bird / /
be between the setter and Pointer flushed well off the preserve land CPO'S 2: Five Sharps 2 FOR

groups. A look at last year's and out of the course area. Need- SERVICE
field trial results shows that the Riggers 0: Neptunes 4 W
less to say the dog didn't finishin PERSONNEL!
Pointers far out classed the set- the
money. Stackers 0 Rejects 4 EW'66 MODELS!
ters when it came to taking the :
The men and their dogs that ON DISPLAY/
prizes, but then there wasn't are at the Rod and Gun Club field
many setters entered in the var trial this weekend should have one FAPL1: Doctors 3 GOOD! Champion BEST LOW PRICE COACH
ious field trials. objective to promote and AERON "C"1: Mixers IN AMERICABETTERMarlotteOOLLAR

Entries in this year's Quail develope the high class hunting
Futurity, an event comparable to dog. No doubt there will be AFES 2: Sidewinners 2 I FOR DOLLAR THE]

the baseball World Series, many dogs at the trial that will FINEST MOBILE HOME BUILT]
number 245. Two hundred and do their breed justice in this BOQ 4: Sky Warriors "A"0 BEST! Melody At,1 QUALITYICOACIIESLT

nine of these entries are Point- objective.It .
ers, 36 are English Setters. might be wise to end on Air Frames0AOMD4:
the note that this week is National
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Being from a northern st&te fanciers, clubs, and humane Football
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I am not too familiar with this week with events aimed at
type of upland game shooting and educating the public in proper Intramural Touch Football

the breed of dogs used most dog care, to promote dog owner- went into its second week at

extensively this type shooting, ship, and training.NATTC's Jax with all teams fighting for
the Pointer. I tend to be a bit first place. The week ended W PJ l<.8 CoM

partial to setters since this is FootballTo with Communications and Com-

the dog I am familiar with in Fairjax tied for first place. AI
northern hunting. Start Thur. Touch football schedule for

This brings to mind the this season will be Monday VOLKSWAGEN, INC..
question of why setters have Hordes of students and per- through Thursday, with all games
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Golf Standings I Bowling ResultsThe V;! ''IP

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