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Jax air news
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September 30, 1965


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I: New CFJ Admiral Goldthwaite Retiresp I

Adm Receives

DSM& For CFJ W' sp4*

Tour Of DutyRear

kcf ,_ Admiral Robert Gold-

i aRL thwaite received Distingushed
Service Medal this morning dur- i 5'f
ing combined change of command a 't $ EriYx'

and retirement ceremonies.
Presenting the medal and cit-

tifl ation on behalf of President Lyn- "

don B. Johnson and PaulH.Nitze, M }
x Secretary of the Navy, was Vice ,.: .
Admiral Paul H. Ramsey Deputy Po"; F
1. 'tt ... Chief of Naval Operation for Air. .r

The citation f rom the President r',

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"For exceptionally meritorious *
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i ',-., "ht.<\ .L.. service to the Government of
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After 45 Years Adm forces reconnaissance increase to counter capability in the for airborne a quantitative of the- Adm Caldwell Assumes w !

Navy through his direct super-

Goldthwaite Retires vision duction ational of Intelligence of the the successful Integrated system intro-Oper-into Duties As ComFairJaxToday .,

the airplanes and the trainingand
operational syllabi of the Rear Admiral Henry H. Caldwell assumed the dutiesof
Vice Admiral Robert Goldthwaite retired today after completing Navy's reconnaissance squad- Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville, in a combined change of
45 years of service in the U.S. Navy. rons and aircraft carriers. The command and retirement ceremony at NAS,Jax.
lie was relieved of his duties as Commander Fleet Air, Jack- total United States Navy combat He relieved Vice Admiral Robert Goldthwaite who retired after

sonville by Rear Admiral Henry II. Caldwell. capability in airborne heavy reconnaissance 45 years of Naval service.
Admiral Goldthwaithe graduated from the Naval Academy in has been nurtured, The ceremonybegan at 10:30 a.m.and was attended by Vice AdmiralPaul
the class of 1924 and entered flight training in 1926. Less thana 'H. Ramsey, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Air, and
year later he was designated a'Naval Aviator. Continued on Page 2 other distinguished guest.

Admiral Caldwell came to- ,

Between World War 1927 II and, he the had outbreakof a var- FAETU Commanding Officer CFC Drive ComFairJax mander, Caribbean from duties Sea as Front-Com-

iety of duties ashore and afloat.
ier, with additional duties as

tion lie served, fighter in and torpedo from bombing, observa-squad-, Visits NAS Jax DetachmentCaptain Has 22 % Of trict Commandant.and Commander Tenth Naval Antilles Dis-

rons, flying battleships Defense Command; and Com-
cruisers, and aircraft carriers.His mander Fleet Air Caribbean.
first landing was on the Ralph W. Hart, Jr., basicelements are to prevent any Final GoalThe Prior, to his detachment from
first flattop, the old USS Lang- USN, Commanding Officer of the oi units, thus more
effective this assignment, he was awardedthe
utilization of FAETU'scourses.
ley. Following duty .aboard Fleet Airborne Electronics latest progress report Legion of Merit for "except-
several aircraft carriers he was. Training Unit Atlantic (FAETU- from the Combined Federal Cam- ionally meritorious conduct in
assigned instructor duty atNaval LANT) is making a get acquainted paign shows that 22%of the final the performance of outstanding
Air Station, Pensacola. He then visit to the Jacksonville De- Continued on Pooe goal has been reached. This service during the Dominican
attended the Naval War College tachment. Captain Hart relieved figure includes contributionsfrom crisis."
and served in the Bureau of Cdr Arne W. Havu of command all Fleet and Shore Activ- Admiral Caldwell graduated

Aeronautics before having dutyas biJulyl5.( x' 1 ities in the Jacksonville Naval from the Naval Academy with the
Officer of FAETULANT is of ;
Executive Scouting composed complex.
class of 1927. In March 1930
Squadron Four and later as Com- two Detachments and six Aviation 3 Mr. R. D. Pinney, campaign he reported to the Naval Air

mander Scouting Squadron Seven. Training Aids Branches In addi- T treasurer, said that at least one Station, Pensacola, Fla., for
The United States into tion to its Home Office. The
entry ,w half of all contributions have flight training and received his
World War found Admiral Gold- Unit stretches from Brunswick, < been through the payroll deduct- Naval Aviator designation Dec.
thwalte of Avi- Maine, to Roosevelt Roads
as Superintendent ion plan. This plan enables 8, 1930.
ation Training in charge of flight Puerto Rico, while its main acti- personnel to spread their During World War II, Admiral
the Naval Air Station, vity is in Norfolk,Virginia.
training at donation over a 12 month period. Caldwell served in the Divisionof
Jacksonville. In 1943 he reported Captain Hart's primary mis- The authorized amount Is deducted Fleet Training, Office of the
USS Belleau sion is unit consolidation where- : "
to the light carrier
from the first paycheck in Chief of Naval Operations in the
Wood as Executive Of fleer,serving by it is hoped to bring each outlying -iiiii'.....,. January 1966 and continues Readiness Division, Headquarters ; .
in this ship during amphibious 1 unit into more intimate con- "
throughout the year. Commander in Chief,United
Baker Island tact with the organization. '
operations at parent
States Fleet, Navy Department;:
and in strikes against Wake Island Greater efficiency in dollars and .' Although the campaign con- Carrier Air -
fitting Replacement
Makin, and Tarawa. From less wasted manhours are the tinues through Oct. 25, early out Calif.
12 Almeda, ,
Group at
late 1943 until January 1945, he immediate expectation of this; participation in the drive is
while greater service to the fleetis urged. Remember, "Once For Continued on Page 2
Continued on Page 2 certainly to be realized. The R. W. Hart, Jr. All The .Easy Way..," | .


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September 30, 1965


The" RESPONSIBLE! Individual. ''to \ '5' : Chaplains Message"My
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ROMAN CATHOLIC Country 'tis of Me" by Chaplain John A. Abucewicz/

St. Edward's Chapeland It can become so easy to take things for granted. The husband
takes the wife for granted and doesn't reflect on the wonderfuljob
Naval Hospital she is doing to make home comfortable. The wife takes her
mate for granted without considering how hard he works to makea

4"d ? SUNDAY MASSES living. Children take parents for granted without appreciatingthe
Hospital - - 0630 sacrifices made on their behalf.
St. Edward's The Fatherland, too, can be taken for granted. We are blessedfar
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 greater than any other land. Our standard of living is the

.. highest in the world. The spark of freedom still burns brightin
f DAILY MASSESSt. the hands of the Statue of Liberty.
Edward's: Truly, the words of the Psalmist, "He has not done the like to
.; : Monday thru Friday 1130 any other nation" maybe applied to the United States.
Saturday - - 0900 People throughout the world envy Americans, and would give
., : Naval Hospital: anything to wear our shoes.
Friday - - 1205 America is a generous giver. Now however, she asks her own
to give in return. Today the United States needs her sons to help
CONFESSIONSSt. keep the torch of freedom and the democratic way of life alive.A .
t 'CO Edward's : freedom and way which was won by the sacrifice of countless
l I .....
"' Saturday --------1900 2000 American on many battlefields.How .
: ., .... 0815 0845 rushing to altar rails to avoid the
; Sunday ---- - .- ; sad to see ingrate sons
1015 1045 draft. Others would prefer to serve brig time and a Bad Conduct
Backbone of a Successful Mission Hospital: Sunday --0615 Discharge than to do their share. Still others will demonstrate
against the government and tear up draft notice in protest to ser-
CATECHISM CLASSES ving the nation.
Chapel Annex Building 722: With such people Patriotism or the love of loyalty to and apprec-
Editorial Saturday's 1000 iation of one's country is a forgotten word. "I regret I have but
one life to give for my country" and "Do not ask what your country
DIVINE SERVICES country can do for you but rather what you can do for your country"are
Personal Responsibility Key PROTESTANTAll mere cliches. Theirs Is a selfish attitude-all take and no
Saints Chapel give. Their song is "My country tis of me" Let it never be ours.

To Total Military Efficiency
0800 ---- -Holy Communion

American servicemen have a proud heritage, one that includes, 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship was Chief of Staff to the Com- gomery, Ala. They have one
above all things, individual responsibility. This means not simply mander Fleet Aircraft, South child, the former Miss Hathaway
accepting responsibility for a mistake, but, more important, takingthe SUNDAY SCHOOL Pacific Force. For his "ex- Goldthwaite,,who is married to
responsibility to do things which need doing the right way. ------Chapel AnnexBuilding ceptionally meritorious con- Naval Aviator Lt. Forrest P.
How often even in an operation involving hundreds of men, is it 722WEDNESDAY's duct.." in this capacity, he was Anderson.
possible to point out a few individuals who have had some special awarded the Legion of Merit.
bearng| on the completion of the mission? Next came command of the escort ADMIRAL CALDWELL
These few men accept the job given them, whether it is a combat 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal carrier USS Saginaw Bay

mission or cleaning barracks windows, as their responsibility.They and participation in the Okin- Continued from Page 1
don't shrug the problem off with the excuse they are just pan SECOND MONDAY of Each Month awa operations, for which he
of the crowd. They take the attitude that at least part of the jobis 0930 Chapel Women's Guild was awarded his second Legionof and later as Commander of that
theirs and no one else's. Then they go ahead and do it. (Small Chapel) Merit. Air Group; Air Officer,USS Sar-
Individual: responsibility is the key to the success of any mission.It Leaving the Saginaw Bay in atoga; and Training Officer,
Is also the_rnjrk of. the man. who will..get ahead-- who will makea U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's 1946, he reported to the Officeof Commander Naval Air Training
leader. The serviceman who accepts responsibility for his own - 1000 the Secretary of the Navy Pensacola, Fla.

actions and duties develops into the man who can accept it for others. for duty with the National Intelligence During these assignments, he
lie is the man his leaders trust and the man who can makean Authority. Next came was awarded the Navy Cross
organization click.Responsibility Traffic ViolationsThe duty in the Office of the De- Flying Cross, and the Bronze
goes right down the line. It is pan of human puty Chief of Naval Operationsand Star medal.In .
relations for one man's actions to have an effect on other men. a course of instruction at February 1946 he assumed
"":' A Special Forces advisor serving with a Republic of VietNam following is a report of the Naval War College. command of the USS Pine Island
unit in the jungle is carrying a heavy weight of individual motor vehicle accidents and traf- Returning to the Navy Department and under his command the ves
responsibility. So is the supply clerk who processes an order fic violations for the period Sep- Admiral Goldthwaite sel participated in the 1946-47
for a new pair of boots for the advisor. So Is the military doctorin tember 2127. served as head of the Fleet Antarctic Expedition.Since .
the United States who treats the advisor's son and the mail clerk Number of Accidents Air Operations Branch before that time he has servedat
who sticks that one extra letter -- a letter telling the advisor that This Week September 21-27..5 assuming command of the air- the U.S. Naval Academy; as
his son is better -- into a bag headed for the Far East. Total Accidents this year through craft carrier USS Coral Sea. Chief of Staff, to the Commander
The individual is the key -- the key to winning wars on waste, Sept. 27.............................181 Duty as Chief of Staff and Aideto Carrier Division Six; had instruction -
unit inspections or the struggle to preserve freedom. Each serviceman Number of Accidents through Commander Second Fleet came at the Naval War Col
must make the effort and take the responsibility to help determinethe Sept. '64...........................186 next, followed by duty as the lege, Newport, R. I.; commandedthe
success of his mission. (AFPS) Total number of days since first Commander of Heavy Attack USS Coral Sea; Chief of Staff
last .injury In a motor vehicle Wing One. Returning to and Aide to Commander Air
DSM Continued from Page 1 accident ..........................16 the Office of Chief of Naval Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet; Chiefof
integrated into operational cap- of communication through Reten- Number of Violations Operations, he became Director, Naval Air Reserve Training,
ability, and logistically supported tion Symposiums and by his continued This week...........................31 Fleet Operations Division. Two Glenview, HI.Commander
under Rear Admiral Coldthwaite's detailed, and personal Speeding ..........................15 years. later he assumed duty ier DivisionOneCommanderAl-;
authority and respon- involvement with individual commanding Reckless Driving ................0 Commander Carrier Division as askan Sea Frontier with additonal
sibility with significant and far- officers and their officers Going through Stop Sign..3 Seventeen in the Pacific Fleet duty as Commandant of the Seven-
reaching results. Through is enlisted men, and fam- Other Violations ..................13 followed by assignments teenth Naval and Com-
as Chief District
personal example, he has Inspired ilies. Rear Admiral Gold- Twenty-six drivers ;
appeared of Staff to Commander Qu-
,Joint Task mander Fleet Air, Quonset,
his officers and men to thwaite's distinguished service before the Traffic Hearing Boardat Force Seven and then
strive for excellence, and has throughout this period reflects the meeting held on Sept. mander Carrier Division as Com-Two onset Admiral Point Caldwell, R. L is married to

been instrumental in promotinga the highest credit upon himself 28. Disposition of the cases in the Atlantic Fleet. the former Dorothea Matz of
dynamic approach to leader- and the United States Naval ser- included the following: fifteen Admiral Goldthwaithe
next had Reading, Penn. and they have two
ship by instituting direct methods lost
vice. driving and
parking privileges duty as Chief of Naval Air Bas- children. Admiral and Mrs.
J aboard station for various ic Training; appointed to Vice Caldwell will reside In Quarters
periods; six were assigned to Admiral in August of 1956, he "A" during his tour as Com
complete and eight-hour coursein became
deputy Commander in mander Fleet Air,Jacksonville.
AX AIR: NEWS remedial
driving NATTC
at ; Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, and
None were assigned to completea then Chief of Naval Air Train-
six-hour course in
ing. While
serving in this latter
The JAX AIR NEWS is Civilian driving at Jax Police Academy
a Enterprise Newspaper; ; assignment, he was awarded I his 1
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, two received suspensions; six third Legion of Merit for I his Continued from Page

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a were given warnings; two dis- contributions to the leadership The of training
missed six fined repotoire
U.S. present
; ( Commis-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR ioner); and six referred to program of the U.S. Navy. courses available are in the
com In
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information late 1961 he became Com-
Office, manding officers for possible mander areas of ASW, Special Weapons,
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before disciplinary action.GIVE and Western Sea Frontier, OFT/WST, Survival (E & E).
publication. News items welcomed for all on July 8, 1963, voluntarily
are sourcesTelephone general and specific Fleet
stepping down from
EV 9-7711 1, Ext. 8162. rank of Vice Tactical
Admiral which he had Electronics as well as
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries for seven years, he took held Coordinator and Aircrew duties.In .
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing TO duties as Commander up new
Fleet Air addition FAETU's Aviation
-.-; Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida acksonvilIe. Training Aids, Branches provide

Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. Upon his retirement today,Ad- issue and maintenance servicesfor
miral Goldthwaite
CFC will assume Atlantic Units.
VOL.23 NO. 29 September 30, 1965 the miral.permanent rank of Vice Ad-

I Hath Is Crenshaw i the former *
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September '30, 1965 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER PAGE 3 "

Julian Named "Instructor Of Year"In iLiiiI :

Training Center Competition I 6J 1

I The annual search at Jackson geant Raymond L. Bern rd'.of. this level of competition, the
i ville's Naval Air Technical basic Aviation Ordnance School. instructors are judged on a 15-
Training Center for the"Instr- The "Instructor of the Year"is minute prepared presentation of
uctor of the Year" ended last selected through a processof their own choosing, and a five-
Friday with the selection Phil- elimination, staning within the minute impromptu talk on a gen- #'
lip E. Julian, AEI. individual phases of each schoolat eral military nature. A
Julian, an instructor at the center. Each phases of The same rules apply for the "' j.. "; 4
NATTC's basic Aviation Elect- the schools selects an instructorto Command competition, during
rician's Mate school, was declared represent that phase in' the which a panel of not less than
winner of the final command annual competition. three nor more than five judges, ,h
competition by a board of During the school competitionfor of which a minimum of two hadto
judges. The other school winners Class Schools the individual be from outside NATTC,helpto y ,
were, First runner-up, JamesE. school Training Officers and make the final Command sel- a" tr .
Warder,AOC.of advanced Aviation their Educational Advisors act ection. ,
Ordnance School, and second as a panel of judges to make Julian received a $75 U. S. '
runner-up, Marine Staff Sar- the final school selection. On Savings Bond and a Command
r ..
Letter of Commendation.


THE MODEL 600. .Patrolman H. B. Collins/ who Is safety officer
Blanding Tenneco for the Duval/ County Patrol, and Sergeant H. H. Stovall//,
SERVICE STATION.) HAS Police Department, check out the Patrolmaster Radar
103rd and BLANDING OFFERS 'N Ar Speedmaster Unit, Model 600, being used at HAS Jax.

GAS FOR LESSTo Radar Checks SpeedOf

Military Personnel and Government EmployeesAt

PHONE Our Truck 771-9811 Island. Motorist at NAS Jax

Regular 94% Octane 28.9 Although motorists at NAS Jax While this unit is being loanedto
Premium 100% Octane 30.9 may not be on the familiar tele- the station and operates on a
Also Tune-ups Delco Batteries vision show,Candid Camera,they temporary basis, it is hoped that I
are under observation by another the station will soon have their
Lubrication Firestone Tires unseen device.In own radar unit. In any case, \- Wash & Wax Quaker State Oil this case it's a Patrolmaster the wise motorist will take heed
Radar Speedmaster Unit which is of the posted speed limits or
e Drakework General Auto Repair on loan to the station from the the hidden eye of Model 600 may
ROAD SERVICE 0700 2400 Duval County Sheriffs Depart send him to traffic court.
Julian, AE7 ment. The unit, manned by Duval
County patrolman and a station
policeman, is operated at various
times and places aboard the
The radar unit, Model COO, s
HONEY called
mjust 1 is the smallestlightest,and most
powerful speed meter available.
This model consists of three 1.\
units a transmitter recelv r'assemblyran
to tell you we can ; amplifer assembly;
and a speed meter. Workingon
a micro wave frequency, the I
unit sends out a micro beam.
getthenewcarwith When a moving object enters this
beam, it is picked up by the .r. \
receiver and calabrated into
miles per hour. "'r t
a The accuracy for this speed
meter is plus zero minus one
mile at 50 mph, and plus zero
CREDIT UNION minus two miles at 100 mph. .
The small error is in favor of READY FOR ACTION./ .Ser
the motorist. geant Stovall// watches the
LOAN! i .y The radar principle in elect- speed meter of the Model 600
I ,N ronics was first recognizedin which Is in Collins/ patrolcar.
1922 by two doctors employedat Collins operates the unit
the U. S. Naval Research
and should be
Laboratory in Washington, D.C. any speeders
Sfovo//// will Issue
The speedmaster unit was caught, Sgt.
eventually developed by this research the ticket.
lab. Police
NEW AUTO LOAN INTEREST RATE began utilizing departments radar for George F.Kennan,about"Yan-

Ya of 1% PER MONlll ON TilE UNPAID BALANCE speeders in 1951. kee go home" signs would abroad be : "I
wish these people pun-
Payment includes interest, principle, and borrowers insuranc.. The radar units used by Duval ished by having their wishes
County are checked by technicians -
rapidly acceded to. If only we
NEW CAR every six months as required would do what people asked and
PAYMENT by state law. This Insures -
would be long
AMOUNT MONTHLY get out it not
that the units are function "
asked back.
before we were
OF SCHEDULE ing properly and accurately.

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$1,500 $68.53 $56.03 47.70 H. L. NEWELL

,750 79.95 65.36 55.65

$2.000 91.37 74.70 63.60 USN/RET

$ ,250 102..79 84.05 71.55
$2.500 .114.21 93,37 79.50

$3,000 137.05 112.04 9'.40 OF HIS FRIENDSTO


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September 30, 196 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER PAGE ,;;10;...,

CF Toyland Opens Brig Lecture Program Set i J

With Oyer 2,000 For 2nd Quarter at NASSpeakers SPECIAL

Items AvailoblWith for the second 20 Norman Davis,News Commentator FINANCINGFOR
quarter of the NAS Jax Brig & Analyst, Compass SERVICE
Christmas drawing near Lecture Program have been 4 director for WJXT-TV;Oct- PERSONNEL}
the Cecil Field Exchange has announced for October 6 27Cdr.. G.A. Oglesby, Chaplain NEW '66 MODELS!
set up a Toyland in the Country through December 29. USNH,Jax;Nov 3-JamesE. ." ON DISPLAY
Store that enables base personnelto These lectures and addressesby German, General Manager,
lay-away Items for a small Chaplains and prominent Florida Retail Federation;Nov. GOOD! Champion IN AMERICA
down payment. civilians in the Jacksonvillearea 10Lcdr.. D. K. Veltman,
Toyland was opened this month, are presented throughoutthe chaplain, NAS Jax; Dec. 1 BEnERIMarletteDOLLAR! FOR DOLLAR THE
it offers over 2,000 items for year to fulfill the need to Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz;Rabbi, FINEST MOBILE HOME BUILT
children. maximize prisoner readjustment Congregation Ahavath Chesed; I
The lay-away plan has been and correction.The Dec. 8 Lt. G.R. Witt,NATTC QUALITY COACHES.
tailored to meet' Navy personnel's lectures are delivered Chaplain; Dec. 15- Boyd Dixon,
budgets. Any item that cost $10 every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Management Assistance Officer T JOHNS MOBILE HOMES -. r
or more may be laid-away fora to personnel confined payment of one-third the value. brig. However, attendance by D.A. Weir; NATTC Chaplain; 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PH. 384.5584
All items will be held until Olris- key personnel in, leadership and Dec.29 Capt.R.W.Faulk,
tmas. positions is also encouraged. Senior Chaplain,NAS J ax.
This is the fifth year Cecil Speakers for this quarter will
Field has had a Toyland. Toy- be: Oct. 6 Vance G.oode,01ief
land is Navywide, all base exchanges of Detectives,NAS Jax Security
have one. Dept; 13 Oct. Lt. W.A. Smith/ A
Chaplain, NAS Cecil FieldOd.;
! October is one of the biggest .
months: :for Christmas'' strippingaccording'to
Mr. Ira Mackie, RAdm Fowler New
exchange manager. It is advisable -
to shop now while items
are still plentiful. Mr. Mackie CINARESTRA Hen
said that the exchange expectto
sell all toys by Christmas. RADM Richard L. Fowler relieved -
Mr. Mackie said that the exchange RADM George P. Koch as
has tried to select quality the Chief of Naval Air Reserve *BNow
items. Of course toys are broken Training, September 28. !
by children, therefore many low Admiral Fowler becomes the
cost toys are offered. The wide twelfth Chief of Naval Air Reserve On Display Atf .. .... .
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packaged, and some are even' whose headquarters is locatedat
indexed for recommended age NAS Glenview, m.
groups. Admiral Koch departs NAS oweti f iumou
Other gifts may also be laid Glenview, to assume duties as
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I I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ] I

'Moonlighting' Practices Can

E ;
C i11N&

Interfere With Navy Obligations"Moonlighting"

for cept in hIghly unusual circumstances -
hazard an
holding downa create a safety standards for
second job, is not in itself a employee whose Navy job re- sick leave would preclude work-
prohibited practice. The term quires a high degree.of alertness ing anoutslde{ job by an employee -
moonlighting encompasses self- or physical exertion.A during a period for which sick
,- well employ- conflict of interest can arbe
employment as as leave has been granted. If
< ment by private corporations: when an employee Is working fora employee is unable to work at
and individuals. firm having dealings with the
partnerships his regular job because of ill-
The Navy Department recognizesthat Government, and the employeein ness or injury, he Is generallytoo
some employees engage inwgrJc his official capacity is in a ill or too injured to work
outside their regular em- position to influence those dealings -
elsewhere. Therefore,
ployment, and it does not wishto ,. The official position of ployee with an outside job em-who
bGb interfere with opportunitiesof an employee may also; be com- develops questionable sick leave
hi.outside act-
incomes through promised where
employees to
habits be
may only requiredto
b } acceptance of outside employ- ivities are incompatible with his explain and substantiate his

ment. official duties. requests for sick leave, but alsoto
Under certain circumstances, Another area of concern is that Information
provide concerning -
CDR. T. W. TEALS from the Navy Technical Unit, Philadelphia, however, moonlighting is of con- moonlighting may lead to abuseof dates and times he performed
Pa., addressed the Thursday luncheon of the Armed Forces Man cern to the Navy, and cannot be the sick leave privilege. Ex- outside work.
tolerated. Such conditions exist
agement Association which met at Cecil Field. when private employment inter-

feres with satisfactory performance Social Security Offers

of employee's regular
an I

Cdr. TealeDscusses3M duties, creates situation a, conflict or otherwise of interest Medicare Plan for AgedThe

Program with AFMACommander compromises the employee.'the.official In such'cases positionof .second pan of the_.pew beds and, wheel-chits used in
\.- the employee will be warned that social security medical care your home; prosthetic! devices
outside employment is interfering plan isn't automatic. You haveto that replace all or pan of an
T.W. Teale from Cmdr. Teale a slide talkon
gave ask for it. The cost is $3.00a braces artificial
internal -
with his Gov- organ;
the Navy Tedu ical Unit, Phlladephia the technical aspects of this or conflicting
month. You be 65.
he will be must legs, arms, eyes etc.
Pa. told approximately lie (pointed out that ernment duty, given
program. If you're drawing social security 3. radium, and rad-
the the X-ray,
opportunity to correct
90 civilian and military members through the 3M System nearly $3.00can
monthly checks,the
of the Armed Forces Management three million cards are being situation by reducing or severinghis ioactive isotope therapy.
be held of check.If .
out your Ambulance service.
Assoc. of the Jacksonville Navy processed a month for data collecting private employment. If the 4.
your're not drawing social security for
Home health services
fails with 5.
employee to comply
Complex about the Standard Navy purposes( lIe said that
Maintenance and Material Man- the 3M t System provides addition terms of the warning, formal you'll have to send in up to 100 visists a year. (The
data which is improvement action--including removal from $3.00 every month. However Basic Plan covers home health
agement System Thursday at a accounting an -
I luncheon at the Cecil Field ORF. over the old systems the service--may be initiated. your $3.00 is paid, the Gover- care, too, but only If the care
interfere with nment will match it with another follows, a period of hospital-
He gave the members a brief used. Data collected through systems Moonlighting can
history of Navy maintenance used prior to the first of rendition of satisfactory servicein 300. If you're 65 or ization. The services don'thave
management<; the 3M System was brought into for, information purposes. would be where private strains September I, 1965 'til March 31, pitalization to be covered by
Navy use bn Jan. 1, 1965. the mental or physical capacitiesof 1966 to sign up for this part the Supplemental Plan.)
He said that by the first of TIle Armed Forces Manage- an employee and results ina or the medical care program.. #. Diagnostic X-ray and lab-
next month almost all Navy air- ment Assoc. is an organization lowering of efficiency in his; your're drawing social security oratory tests, and other diagnostic -
craft will be using this systemof dedicated to the improvementof Navy employment. For instance, checks, the form you'Uneed tests.
maintenance and material ac- management throughout the long hours or strenuous effort to sign will come to you
counting. defense establishment. required by an outside job maya through the mail. If you'renot Under the Supplemental Plan
you should visit the social
I you pay the first $50, then
security office after September of
social security pays Wo
1 to sign up. the balance. You only pay the

1 a This part, the Supplemental $50 once during the year, from
then on, no matter how many
Plan for
pays: things that the
Basic Plan doesn't pay for. of the covered services you get,
social security pays: 807 You
1. Doctor's Service This make your own decision about

covers doctor's services in a- what doctor you go to.
hospital, your home, a clinic, Payments under the Supple-
the doctor's office or anywhereelse mental Plan, like the Basic
tha doctor treats you. Plan, begin July 1, 1966. You

2. Surgical dressings and must sign up by March 31,1966.
splints; casts; rental of med- -
If you don't you won't get another
ical equipment such as iron chance until October 1,
lungs, oxygen" tents, hospital 1967.


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; 30, 1965

I If y aAsk IJs American Flag Thai Flew in RVN j

The fund Combined a new drive method Federal this year of Campaign con-introduced -- the over good money plan a 12 because as month much you period won't as if miss Is you a Given 10 Jax Fleet Reserve Group. j iA

tributing-the payroll deduction gave one lump sum. With the
plan. "If Ya Ask Us" sampled pay raise just received a few weather-beaten American
opinions at NAS Jax by asking cents each month for charity flag which flew over the U. S. w
personnel their views on this plan won't be missed. It goes to Navy Headquarters in the capitalof ';, ,
over the old method of a single people who are less fortunate war-torn Viet Nam for nearly
donation. than us. 6 months, will soon be enshrinedat
Frank McClord, SN.ComFair- Fleet Reserve Association, w
V 71 ,
Jax Flag Office I definitely h 4a Branch 91 in Jacksonville. r Y ,
think that the payroll plan is bet r Chief Equipment Operator S. ,
ter because Clem Lea who stationed 4
each one has his own re was at
responsibilities to take care of, NAS Jax before taking over as + ,
and under this plan one can donate f ;; Fire Marshal for U. S. Navy
so much .bi-weeWy from Headquarters Support Activity, ..
the paycheck without interfering I's Saigon (HEDSUPPACT),found out
with his financial responsibility. the flag was to be replaced witha .I .
Blackburn ,
I go along with 90 percent of Robinson new one.
the organizations because they "I decided then and there to
,are for a good cause and I feel Betty C. Robinson, Supply see if I could get that old flag", ,
that I am doing my country and Dept., Planning Division In said the chief, "and present it
the past years' even though I "
countrymen a great service. to Branch 91.
have given a donation it has not A long time member of Branch 1
been what I would have like to 91, Chief Lea decided the flag
give. With the payroll deduction that had been flying over theNavy's
: plan I gave my "fair[ share" largest single overseas
i. J! and will not miss the small shore command would ke an t
1 fj' amount deducted each payday.Q appropriate presentation to his

'i Dianna K. FRA branch. He put in a bid SAIGON/ FLAG HEADS FOR NEW HOME-An American flag
for it the command'sexecu'=
a Bourke, AK2, to that has been flying above the U. S. Navy Headquarters Sup
Supply Dept, tive officer, who? approved and
McCorcChester/ / r 1 Fleet Service;- arranged an appropriate""pres- port Activity (HEDSUPP' ACT) in Saigon, will receive a perma-

I am giving a entation ceremony by the com- nent home with the ;Fleet Reserve Association branch in Jacksonville
John R. Chester, YN3, Legal "' days pay,using manding officer, t F/o./
Office I do not think that it ;. 'y H\ the
is 1# lump sum A few days later Archie
a good move because it will plan. However Capt.
take a great deal of time to Bourke I feel the C. Kuntze, Commanding Of- .
enter it on the pay record and pay- ficer, HEDSUPPACT, presented
also I believe that what a person roll deduction plan would be "Old, Glory" to Chief Lea, as
gives is his own business and the best method for giving large an official representative of I! rr .
'no 'one elses. I plan on giving sums.__ Branch 91. '
the old for the
way reasons stated Every time[ we hear a disc Chief Lea's wife, Sandria, a
jockey play th top 40 tunes, member of Branch 91's Ladies ,+
R.E. 'Blackburn, ATN3, VP-5(i'' we get the shakes thinking what Auxiliary, will present the ; id ITALIAN. SANDWICHES. SPAGHETTI
I think the payroll deduction plan the bottom 40 sound like. flag. "

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\i : Admiral Goldthwaite's' 11'0 Years As ComFairax! < I



BALL..Admiral. Coldthwaite opens the intramural
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On June 8, 19GJ, Vice Admiral Rol doldthwaite voluntarily stepped down
EVERYDAY ''SURROU DINGS. ..AoWroGooWiwpfe/ / / carries to the Rank of Rear Admiral in ord to assume duties; as Commander, Fleet( i '

"ouf'/his/ ,many y military duties as Commander Fleet Air r, Jacksonville. Air,Jacksonville. ,' : ::;:.. .. .:
that reads, "Leadership Today, Sept. 30, 1965, he i n Vice Admiral Robert Coldthwaite :
.. Behind his desk, he has a sign once ain : :' :
Begins /Here, ;" for today, after 41 years of commis ned service\ In the United States Navy, 'f: '"" ,.;: :::;\JiM'\E:) ; ;\!!. :;,':.':. >:.'.:i,;
GOOD AFTERNOON GENTLE Admiral Coldthwaite is[s retiring. ,
INSPECTIONS. For the past two years in his capa as Com Fairjax,.Admiral Goldthwaite : '
'= military inspections was on- MEN. .Admiral Goldthwaite has been directly responsible for the ministration of units or commands as- { ..
other of the many duties Admiral speaks to Navymen at Sanford, signed to his administrative\ command operational control by specific direct ..;.':" .'. .
A./,/ Goldth waite carried out ive.\ He has been further responsib for the administrative, operations, and 'I'. '
Fla. He was often colled upon ComNavAlrLant, not under
=' tI in the past two years. Here he logistic support of other units of fiimands of
inspects crew members aboard to speak to military and civilian the operational control of ComNavAi\' mt, operating In the'ComFairjax, area
USED CARS the aircraft carrier USS Frank or as may otherwise be directed.He ''I
//in D. Roosevelt organizations. has also been responsible( ) for rosecution of training to insure combat TIME/ TO P5LAX..Admiral and Mrs. Go/c/f/iwaife/ / / enjoy/ a
readiness of f assigned lIni s. THE "GRAY EAGLE" ARRIVES. .Admiral Coldthwahe is afternoon at Quarters "A".
In addition, he served as Command Jacksonville Antisubmarine Warfare greeted by Admiral Fitzhogh Lee after he received the "CrayEagle" quiet
Force, Atlantic Fleet, for the defen of the southeastern approaches to the title. He relinquished the title upon his retirement.
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While serving as ComFairJax, Admi GolJthwaite was designated the Navy'snor Battling
"Gray Eagle," the title given to the serving Naval Aviator.\' He relinq-

BEST BUYS! uished In addition this title to in his ceremonies many military last Sati obh! t itioiis*. ), it has also been his responsibil- '...... ..........:.. ...':-

[ity to officially greet such dignitaries\. President of the United'States, LyndonJ. oIoif' a money problem ?
SAN JUAN LOT B. Johnson and Secretary of the Navy' F FHe Pa J. Nitze.
has also found time in hi1 bus\ ,chedule to make speeches to local m lite
OFF ROOSEVELT itary and civilian organizations, offn( c at many of the Navy's' never ending
cakecutting ceremonies, and to make tre ;y presentations.Jl '\ f:1D i'
For the outstanding performance o of 1 his duties as Commander Fleet Air,

Jacksonville, Admiral Goldthwaite wa-> r isemed the Distinguished Service Medal ,. .
SPECIAL during his retirement ceremony today. id citation,which comes$,from the Pres- ,
idem, reads in part "...Rear Adnnraio! hwaite'a' distinguished service th roughdit -
= MILITARY FINANCING out this period reflects the hiRlie-,1\. ,t r.. upon himself and the United States
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1963 BEL-AIR WAGOW . . . .$$1957V8
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q 'L S d9JmBer-30 ,1965"I

Fashion Show Feature CF Navy Relief : Illllllli I

I Side
Event at JOWC Luncheon Sets Fall Plans

The Jacksonville Officers The cookbook, Recipes on The Cecil Field Navy Relief Of the Story
Wives Club will hold a luncheon Parade Desserts, will be on met last Thursday Sept. 23, to
Oct. 6, at the NAS Jax Officers sale before and after the lunch.' set-up the fall schedule and intro- ConoughtonInterior
Club. Social hour will eon.Reservations duce new workers.
begin at 11:30 a.m., with the can be made Chaplains Wooten and Mc-
luncheon slated for 12:30 p.m. with Mrs. B.E.Tliayer at Ext Alister gave brief talks on the DecoratingIn
The officers wives NATTC, 219. importance of the volunteers and
FAETULANT, 679th Radar CORRECTIONIn the duties of the They
our frequent moves In the ive home and it seems a shameto
and VAP-62 are host stressed need for
Squadron, a more
under the direction of the last edition of the Jax volunteers. Navy we are often confronted wait 30 years because you
esses with Cecorating: problems. fear the There is
Air News we erroneously listed movers.
A time schedule for
Mrs. T. B. Ellison. new the
The will consist ofa one of the Navy Relief Volunteers office hours are from 9:00 Compromise is' probably the absolutely no reason why a
program a.m. biggest word in our of life. should be able to
as being Mrs. Ryfus Edalgo. way family not
Fall Fashion Show presented to 12' a.m. and 1:00: to
" by Jean Jowers of Orange Park. The name should have been Mrs. 4:00 p.m. Monday through Fri For this reason I have inter enjoy the comforts of a lovely
Tyson Edalgo.AftDIEY' viewed Joan Zech King a Navy home. I think that Navy people

day.Mrs.. Leslie Scott was presented Wife and Interior Decoratorin should buy with the idea of

with a 100 hour pin, by Chap Jacksonville. choosing for future homes. You

lain McAlister, in appreciationfor .k.4't ...... should also buy with the idea
her work with layettes.VP16 of having to move these pieces.
pieces that will interchange with
the living room,dining room and
WivesAddressed 9 hall. I don't
encourage Navy
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO people to put a lot of money

by into drapes. There are some
M very different window treat-
GO DISCOTHEQUEI! ments you can use; you don't
Capt. Stott have to have walls of drapes.

DANCING UNTIL 2 AM Q. Should a persons home
Captain Harry B. StottCom- reflect the". individual and
LADIES NIGHT EACH 4 mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, his interests? I'
THURSDAY EVENING under whose command comes A. "Definitely! People so

MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES Patrol Squadron Sixteen, was often say I don't wanta
HALF. PRICE the guest speaker at a recent JOAN ZECH KING decorator I want my own:
monthly coffee held bv the enlisted ideas. I want the room to be
3909 BLANDING/ BLVD. wives 'of that squadron. 0. Why should you call a me. When they finish and you
...a Honored guests for the event Decorator? look around there is really
included Cdr. and Mrs. CJ. A. "Primarily because:: of nothing of them in the room.A .
CASE LOTS AT COST-f-% DRIVE-IN SERVICE Eadie, Commanding Officer of their experience and decorator works with you

VP-16,,and Mrs. Jack Kennedy, training. A decorator is ableto and is able to suggest ideas
wife of Lcdr. Kennedy, Oper- coordinate a room which that coincide with their way of
ations Officer. Mrs. Eadie and saves time and money for the living. Colors and styles shouldbe
Mrs. Kennedy assisted In the ,customer." that of the customer. If you
formation of the club. ,0.'r'Is" A Decorator,Expensive? walk into a room that looks
Hostesses were Mrs. C.E. A. "No, most people have a like a model home or a store
Saucier and Mrs. William tendency 'to throw out window it isn't good decorating.
Krause. The nextti l 1eetil\isch- everything! where a decorator I have many people who get this
eduled by the VP-16 : can possibilities and will effect in the dining room and
wiyes will
be Wednesday, Oct. 13. ,have a piece upholstered or re- bedroom.
'TO, ALL CAR OWNERS : .finished.'We also have count- "In closing I would like to
less catalogs and fabrics to say that I think it is important -
which we can refer. There to point out that many stylesof
SAVE ON BETTER TIRES are ,no costly, mistakes. furniture cart be purchasedin
QUALITY "Many couples spend a great an inexpensive range but
I t deal refurnishing their homes for Navy people, who will move,
several times. They say they this is a very important mistake -
Preslem ,101 like a change but what they These are exactly the
Fill 4 Pir Illckwlli actually mean is that they are kind of pieces that will not :hold
not satisfied and they are try- up. Ask your salesman or decorator -
ing again." to show you different
ADD 52. styles of wood and construction.It .
650 x $1595 PER TIR/ 775x11695 < A. Is it necessary to spenda will help you to understand
FORVfhitewaH 1 lot of money? why one company has a chairin
600 x Q. "It 1 is, up co the individ- for much less.
775 x ?1,5 Fl {the same style
7-50 x 14 7 ual. You don't have' to Good construction means dur-.
spend a lot to have an attract- ability." ,

plus tax' $ 95 Notes ,of InterestNAS
andrecappable 825 x 14815x15 17 CECIL FIELD Mrs. S.S. Pulford., Booths were
LADIES COME PLAY GOLF! assigned at the meeting to var-
710 x 15 THE GOLF ASSOCIATIONmeets ious squadrons and Departments.

tire 800 'X. 14. at the Cecil Field Golf HAS
Shack each
Friday Morning
of the new Fall fashions 8:30. You need not be an accomplished Lloyd B. Dochtermanheld
.$ $ available at the Navy Exchange golfer. If lessonsare a coffee Wednesday Sept-
S16 :EASYIUDGET, turned out for the Fashion desiredte Golf Pro Roscoe ember 22 for the officers wives
735tx 14 850 x 14 19 95 shows held Sept. 20, 21], .O'Neill i is, 'available and charges of. NARTU in her new Windsor
855 x;14 and 22 at NAS Jax and May' a .minimal'' fee. This acitvityis Forest residence. At that time
t 700 x 14 port Naval/ Station. \ open to all Officers wives new;officers for the groupwere
TERMS including Wives of Retired Personnel elected. They are; PresidentMrs. -
For additonal inform- Richard Mathews; Vice-
FRONT-END '' WESCONNETTF'URNITURE' ation please call Mrs. Paul H. President-Mrs. Jesse Greer;
ALIGNMENT $ '. Kirchner. Secretary-Mrs. George Custer;
995. Co. VFP-62 Thursday morning Treasurer-Mrs. John Mitchell.
.& BRAKE SPECIAL s September 23 Mrs. A.S. Wilhite A new member was also warmly
appointed. Mrs. John Vaals as welcomed-Mrs.. ? ME. Phillips.
Correct! Caster, Correct Comber Adjust or Toe Out pn our modem November Bazaar Chairman .
9326 Wescoonett Blvd. at
at 103rd
BEAR TELINER equipment. Test Steering, Check Your !Stocks, Remove '
! Front Wheelslnspect Lining CIf'8I1.In.pect &. Repack Wheel Bearings, .a coffee held in her home. Booth NEWSPAPERS NEEDEDA
Adjust Drake shoes for full Contact all Wheels Examine& Clean Brake NEW &. USED TV chairman for VFP-62 will be
Drums, Check .
& Add
Heavy Duty Brake Fluid if Needed,Safety
Brakes, Balance 2 Front Wheels.. Test SETS & FURNITURE. Mrs. R. G. Conaughton. plea went out today for
A committee meeting of the donations of old newspapers and
U.S. ROYAL Cecil Field Officers W1 -s Club magazines for Boy Scout Troop
k bazaar was held W icsday 131 at the Naval Air Technical

4 x190RECAPS RUBBER $ FREIGHT SALVAGE morning September 2 at the Training Center.
44 home of Mrs. Grover Walker. The twenty-five boys, son of
ANY SIZE REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS Mrs. Walker, wife of Commander military personnel attached to
Carrier Air Wing 3, Is over- NATTC, plan to sell the mater-
Guaranteed round & to balance GALORE! all chairmen for the bazaar. ial in order to buy new camping

LAKE SHOREBUNDING Members of the committee are. supplies
I : I CRISWELL DOWNTOWN COME IN AND BROWSE Mrs. S. D. Wright, wife of the John B. Fricke, MA3, Scout-
commanding Officer of Cecil master, said that those with donations -
SAN JUAN TIRE COMPANY CLAY HOURS 9 AM 7 PM Field, Mrs. J.S. Christiansen, can contact him after

tea k L tlr n.h++ PHONE 771-0750 Mrs. R. C. Frosio, Mrs. P.R. working hours by phoning Ev9-
Arneth Mrs.J.F.Pennington,and 9266.g .

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p Ptsmber-30 r1965' JAX AIR.NEWS!AFTERBURNER PACE 11

MoviesMovies Club Schedules )I'

will be shown regularly "O" CLUB Music this Fri- Cutlet for $.40 from 6:00 to

Ii it t 7 p.m., Monday through day night will be provided by a 8:00.: Friday dance to the .
aturday. NATTC will have two new group The Clubmen with music of Mel Gaden. Saturday-
eature times, 2 p.m. and 7 1 p.m., the Sophsti Cats on Saturday. dance to the sounds of "Mr.
L Saturdays and Sundays. The For the gourmet,Tuesday'sroreign Juke Box." Sunday features Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Kospital will have one feature on dish will be Russian.Wednesday Jimmy Strickland and his TV 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208 to arrive not
Lnday at 7 p.m. night is Fried Chicken night gang. The club is available for later than Tuesday (for publication the 'following Thursday.
All evening movies at Cecil for the whole family. parties on Monday, Tuesday, Ads arriving too late 'for this deadline will be published the
Field begin at 1 1 p.m. These CPO CLUB Dancing this Wednesday, and Saturday nights following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
[times are subject to change. Saturday night will be to Phil when no bands are scheduled. check or money order 'for the full cost of the ad must be

30 Cay and the Chantels. Lunchesare received WITH the 'for the ad.
Thursday, September featured "HAPPY HOUR" Monday,Tues copy
daily and the
day, and from DO NOT SEND CASH
Family Jewels Jerry Saturday nights
,me au NAS D.- Butterworth menu Located has in their been started again. 5:00 till 6:00.CECIL RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . 12.00$ ,

Isa Lewis NATTC, Bounty Killer Dan at Bldg. 593 temporaryquarters the Chief's club- Per additional line ((4 words per (line}. . 0.50

| Duryea, Rod Cameron is constantly expanding their FIELD CPO CLUB -
to Hospital She> Gods of the services. Tonight open menu in the gallery. Aq .- l--I -
cly'pie Shark Reef Bill Cord, Lisa ACEY DUCEY CLUB March Friday-Dinner-10 oz. T-Bone at
' MontellC. Wilson and the Redcoats will $1.25. Music by Mark Castle YOUR child deserves WORLD
for FOR SALE 3 BR ,
of Field Take Her She'sMine provide dancing music this Friday Friday and Saturday nights. down $50 month. BOOK &. CHILDCRAFT. Order
NAS $100 ,
(ou > James Stewart, Sandra with the Clubmen premiering Saturday: Dinners featured,Frog Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- 1966, 50th Anniv. edition,NOW.
lea'ith Dee on Saturday. Sunday's band will, 771-1408
Legs at $1.50,16 oz. T-Bone at BKR.
with Powell Realty,
... be Mark Castle. Game 6144
> October 1 nightIs $1.75. Sunday Roast Beef dinnerat
' every Sunday and Tuesday. .850. Monday's Bar Open. ,
111.1. NAS Requiem for a Gun- BLUEJACKETS INN Carl Wednesday-Dinner-10 oz. Strip original
iVy fighter Rod Cameron, S. Mc- Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will Steak at $1.45. 1966 V WAGONS, all models, $650. EV9.7277IMPORTED
icy Nally provide the entertainment on buy direct & save, Model ### 1300,
rne NATTC Family Jewels Thursday and Saturday. Friday's $1475. GIF, all other foreign
It- Jerry Lewis, D. Butterworth band will be Phil Cay and the makes available 387-5356,JohnC. CONSOLE stero-F ,
nIne Hospital Bounty Killer Dan Chantels with March Wilson and Thompson, USN RET. radio, 7 speakers, $393. or best
. Duryea, Rod CameronC. the Redcoats on Sunday. Game offer. EV9-0912
Field Dingaka Stanley night Is every Wednesday. SHE APTS--2&3BRnewmod

r' Baker, Juliet Prowse CECIL FIELD BEACON: CLUB: I TAKES furn FURN 2653 Dellwood Ave, River- 65 1/2 MUSTANG GT. 4 speed
(floor). HD. Susp, red w/red
so' Saturday, October 2 Tonight is game night, bingo HIS side $65. mo. caUEV7'3393.SAOUFICE int. 2894 Barrell 724-6451

nt NAS High Wind in Jamaica will be played from 8:00 till APARTMENT...

WOi Anthony Quinn, James Coburn 10:00. "SPECIALDINNER"Veal THEN 2 SNOW TIRES 650 x 13 tube-
be NATTC Requiem for a Gun- "- STEALS : OTHER. BUS INT, less .. slightly 'used 1500." .
'ou Shell Service Station Roosevelt
fighter Rod Cameron, S. 744-1287
Ily HIS Mall, 35,000 gals mo.,sales over
In. McNally HEARTI $14,000 mo. Inventory and equip
Hospital Family Jewels 1962 VOLVO, SPORTS SEDAN,
rou 1 $5,000. Some financing possible
Lewis, D. Butterworth $800.781.09682SEWING
Jerry excell.
as with good credit. Ph 771-3320
of C. Field She Gods of the
mid Shark Reef Bill Cord, Lisa MACHINES-2

ou Montell 35 Year Old Military Company We have TWO 1965 DIAL-O-

ks Sunday October 3 N has position available for re- MATIC, zig zags that have never
re tired Officer or CPO in Jax/ been used. They were LAY
19. r rpis' NAS The Birds Rod Taylor RENTALS ....;:i Ji'} Mayport areas. Maxium eligible AWAYS, never picked up, customers -
Tippi Hedron : age-50. Send brief resume and left area We are unable "
nd NATTCHigh Wind in Jamaica j>,..t availibility date to Regional Dir- to locate them, you can have
t tto Anthony Quinn. James SaNDRDEEBOB8YD9'N' ector, P O Box 13177, Orlando, these machines for the balanceof
:I.t Coburn '. \ Fla. 32809. $47. each, .cash or terms.
. J Hospital Requiem for a Gun- (fl1: ::) PER : SELL-RENT-BUY-TRADE cho- Phone 353-1946jmytime, wP4 deliver -
es ; fighter Rod Cameron, S. Mc- 1 roiT NEW no obligations. Will take
DAY ice 2,3,4, BR homes, $100. dwn,
ed 1 NallyC. older machine as trade A-I Sew-
Do IPO'CONNO,, no closing costs. Fast move- Machine .
'''ut \ Field Bounty Hunter-Dan FAST ing Company.FOR
in. Tell us your needs. DUKE
e, Duryea, Rod Cameron LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374 or
Monday, October 4 ? ::;': 387-4276 RENT UNFURN Lake Shore-
sid Ii. '" Murray Hill 1307 Stimson St.
, NAS Stop Train 349 Jose ".I! .\I.' Urange Park New Furn or un- unusual rental opport.[ near

- Ferrar, Sean Flynn .EmersonSanJuan j....\:::::I"eelNGTECHNICOLOR'! furn 2 BR apts. bit-in elec kit, Ulmer, 3 BR, 2 B, scr prchs,
atn. NATTC The Birds Rod terrazzo firs, 264-6884 kit eq. C/H, A/C, V. blinds,
Taylor, Tippi Hedron co II11mn9 fncd yd, convX-way,schools
1.1ir Hospital High Wind in Jamaica NITA TAlBOT/ -LARRY STORm LEO CARROLL GRAND OPENING Saturday, Oct. shp cntrs, $125. mo 388-2844,
Anthony Quinn, James Co- TV 2, Fields Hobby Shop Inc. 602S. 'nites 389-8507
. burnC. FRIDAY! Edgewood Ave. specializing in
s.r- Field Family Jewels 4812 SAN JUAN A/C airplanes & boats. Take HOMES SALE RENT *
Jerry Lewis, D. Butterworth tF FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE'S Lenox at Edgewood off US 10
381-2121 J Some no dn, Many $0 $100
Tuesday, October 5 .................................. 2 nett blocks Bank.from 388-8662 Murray Open Hill till da No closing costs. New

NAS Convict Stage Harry 9PM., homes, All theX-TRAS, Family
Lautor, Donald Barry D a iss shat D Rm, Fenced yd., built-in RIO
lr- NATTC Stop Train 349 MOROCCO TEMPLE PRESENTSWORLD'S CHEV'l95G 4 DR Belair, V-8, You name It. T1MMERMAN
ts. Jose Ferrar, Sean Flynn 55,000 miles one owner, $400. RLTY, BRKR 771-2792 and
Hospital The Birds Rod FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR exc cond. ph 771-5168 771-186L

Taylor C. Field, Tippi- Requiem Hedren for a Gunfighter I I NAMID.MORTON ALL NEW SHRINE I II
n Rod Cameron, S. Mc- HOUSE FOR RENT OR SALE: OLD NORMANDY 6727 Cher-
Nally Ortega Hills, 4 BR or 3BR and bough Ave. N. C3 BR, 2B,
> Den, 2 B, sep. dining Room, bit-in; R/0, near elem & Jr.
r Wednesday, October 6 bit-in kitchen. 388-9756 High Schools, Conv.NAS, Cecil

e NAS Cindrella Color Car- I I II t Buy equity and pick up $75.50mo.
e pay can be refinanced if
Convict Stage-Harry SPECIAL! ,desired.
Lautor, Donald Barry
Hospital -Stop Train 349-Jose izis Ot1N INFORMATION I l BIG BARN LUNCH' FOR SALE: 1960 Chevrolet Station -
. Ferrar, Sean Flynn I TICKET I Wagon. $400 388-9756
C. Field JUMBO
High Wind inJamaica -
, Anthon Quinn, ames Coburn RIsLt'S,2.3 RESERVED SEATS FOR SALE: 2 Bedroom Home,
ADULTS BAR.B.Q Kitchen Comp., large lot fenced,
IT'S NICE TO BE A NEES Promenade and lox ..$%.50 close to N.A.S. Call 3880433

GOOP LOSS ... $UT I 3 Mr. s Center MeiiorUnt .$2X0 I Beef or PorkSandwich or 264-2803
SNO ....$1.50Children
Gen. AdmliH Confidence There are many
NI ender 12
2. words that give expression of
xip HABit' !/ !/ GeL our attitude toward life. Thereis

INTERNJmONJILPIRfOHMiRS o Fries one without which our entire
h1inS I e Cole Slaw97e future would limp. Thatonewordis
f confidence. In early childhood
Pepsi it makes us brave. In youthit

0R is fat Adami t..t Tele.Aoae I I i-the gives makes us the courage.necessary As adultsit loads

' PERFORMANCES I easier to bear. On the sunset

I Frio Oct. ::30p.m. Sot. Oct. %-2:30-. .. trail of age it lights our path-
'- Sol.. Oct.8:00 p.m. Sun..OColi.3-1:30 Doe Office. UpOti .5110w 3-5:00 TIIIII Po. 428 Highway, 17 way down the valley of uncer-
Reserved Jeofi en Sole o eum across from the dogtrack tainty Rev. Don Jennings, Pra-

r ORANGE PARK iried Farmer. .
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30 '196,
September ,

D. C., with donations specifiedfor
this Marine Fund will be

JAX MARINES properly Material credited.which CARE will pro

t k vide includes tools, food, sewing
, GySgt., Joel Ferguson materials, medical supplies, and
,. 't other necessities. Donations to
EXT. 400 CARE for this fund are tax de

4 Y ...--.1 ductible.

CitationA The Reserves' team-up with Cecil Field will host the
CARE will stimulate the flow of First Annual Duval County Invitational -
Meritorious Mast was supplies to support the Third Four Wall Handball
award to Pfc. Joseph R. Cerni- Marine Amphibious Forces'Civ- Tournament here on October 22,
glla last week for finishing firstin ic Action Program for the Viet- 23, and 24.
MEANWHILE, FIGHTING/ CONTNUESApofro/ of U. 1 froin. a class of twenty three namese people. The tournament is open to all
ell fCoho tribesmen lets out from the strategic hamlet, of Fllllan students of the Aviation Ordnance CARE is a nonprofit, U. S. residents of Duval County. Clos-
(background} for, / cited Pfc. Cerniglia displaying person-to-person internationalaid will be October 15withthedraw-
(Jut rrf lies.WW. exceptional initiativemotivation and is already active in ing for pairings on. October 18.
and a sincere desire to Vietnam. Information on the doubles en-

learn. Recruiters/ ;'1': it.i: ,' :-1Tr""' ,, ll",.,' ,,. W .
It '. '9V'1" ,); A"
Former Marine Corps Re- : F<> 'v '
cruiters are invited to apply for :. ;
assignment to recruiting duty,
; MiM S 0H 7 according to Headquarters Ma- k MMa +
rine Corps. f?
/>WIW|| e r e ee This anrourf tallowed a
30-thousand .i used auth- 1
3 Bedroom-10x55 Foot Models orized, for; i tfr .Corps, YAP I 9.2 ,
In August. AU Marines whohave
:,,: completed, one .previous jour.of
1 0 recruiting duty are urged to make
I application for reassignment to
this duty.
Marine Corps Bulletin 1300,
states that applications are particularly 'If, '
\ "
desired from,former recruiters -- i"
SPECIAL FWANCWC F0 SERVICE PERSONNEL who have been servingin "7'
their primary MOS for at !t': > '
... .
TRAILER MART least two years since their last f
tour of recruiting duty. >.RJ'
5887 Roosevelt Blvd EV8-3564 Direct assignment to a .
recruiting station will be madeif .rc : .. ':i:; >(; t

... the applicant has completeda -
\ successful tour within the last
tOxnaElLA.PO: six years. All other applicantswill NEW SERGEANT GySgt. Joints D. McMufffon, /left, Marine
be assigned to Recruiters' Barracks Admin. Chief, congratulates Sgf. William/ R. Stickle
Schoold at Parris Island, S. C., upon being promoted* to his present rank after recent ceremonIes -
for a period of six weeks temporary conducted by Capt. Waiter G. Smith, Marine Barracks Ex

I. J duty under instruction. ecutive Officer. Sgt. St clcle's wife, Georgia( 040* daughter,
Headquarters also announced
that because of career Rate, beam approval at right as son Scotty presents Dad with
Stickle is the Marine Barracks Legal Clerk.
chevrons. Sgt. ,
other new
ment considerations and
LADIES NITE-Every n.ri : 1>.. 11 (1151'1 requirements of the Marine

lAtHS IIITE-Every Ties. : 4..... TH Closing Corps, it will not be possibleto The stated Headquarters that all Commanding announcement dressed to CARE, Washington,
approve all requests; however tries will be announced later.
all qualified applicants will be Officers and Inspectors Instructors Entry fees have been set at
Yoir Flyor..r',1. 29( given every consideration in of organized Marine $2.00 and must accompany the
order to alleviate this shortage Corps Reserve units are urgedto entry form. All checks are
HAPPY HOUR 4 Til 6 Daily of recruiters. bring this program to the to be made payable to Mr. T.
attention of their units. The B. McGriff Athletic Director at
Civic Action units are encouraged to enlist Cecil Field.
Two Locations the support of veterans' organ- Captain S. D. Wright, station
The Marine Corps Reserve izations, local communitygroupsand commanding officer will act as
6319 Blanding Blvd. has joined forces with CARE other individuals interestedin Honorary Tournament Chairman.
and started a fund to support the program.
8679 Roosevelt Blvd. .. Marine Corps Civic Action in Special envelopes are availableat Warrant BoardA
Vietnam, according to Head- Marine Corps Reserve Units. selection board to recom-
quarters Marine Corps. However, plain envelopes adc$4Y mend 333 Marine Corps enlisted
personnel for selection to War-
W 1 CoM rant Officer convened at HQMC
lko4 + September 7. The board will
OM. FLAN *> oOftUt fOQ.EIO/01/' R4.1 CY,1 also recommend 12 Reserves for
.::'" ._ MOV RUM OUT Of tVAtfJE.9.. appointment to warrant officerin

WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN" INC. The the Marine board is Corps expected be

II Sir To See Us 1.llrl'Y.. liy A Used YW in The session Limited for about Duty 10 Officer's weeks.

Board has been delayed pending
modifications to the
WEEKEND Specials r Member s of the board are:

2 1959 Volkswagens . . . . .$795 Col. Walter E. Reynolds, Jr.;
1960 Mercedes 180, nice . . . .$1095 Lt. Col. Stephen Horton, Jr.;
Lt. Col. James D. Boldman;
Lt. Col. John H. Maloney;
Lt. Col. Otis E. Millenbine;
1964 VW Convertible, like new-$1695
Lt. Col. Robert H. Porter;
1965 Kannann Ghia Convertible, Executive Car, : Lt. Col John D.Counselman;

priced right 1- V r Maj. Patricia A. Maas;
1964 VW Sedans . . . .$1495 VV r 1f I MaMa John C. Cawthron, Jr.;
1963 VW Sedans . . . .$1295 Maj. Edward W.LlfsetUSM;
1962 VW Sedans & Sunroofs.$1150 Maj. Walter J. Reilly USMCR;

1961 VW Sedan . . . . .$895 J R. R. Saez USMCR;
Capt. Donald E.KentRecorder;
1st/Lt. James G. Kolb As-
1963 VW Camper, low mileage. . .$1795 sistant Recorder ,
1963 Deluxe Sunfoof Wagon. .,. . .$1495

1963 Standard Wagon. . . . ..$1195 I Irr *

Communism People are not
1962 Falcon stat. Wag . . .$1095a choosing communism except
real cream puff. under coercion. Communism can
1959 VW Sedan, new rebuilt engine.$795 never win finally against the soul

1962 Renault Dauphine. . . . $695 1 r that hungers to be free. Com-
munism cannot build Internat'lorder
WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN, INC. ; that takes enlightenment
and enlightenment leads to free-
1150 SO. LAKE AYE. OPEN EVENINGS 384-3441 som.Bishop Hazen G. Werner,
No Saints Suddenly (Abingdon).

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ed be Jax To Host First Armed Forces .1

11'1:111111: :

0-r1g 00 to fnvifionaf' ; Judo Tournament j

NAS Jax will host its first Mayport, Jacksonville YMCA, Tuesday and Wednesday nights
.,, ,, Armed Forces Invitational Judo Eglin AFB, MacDill AFB, feature womens classes from
toill (. > ... ;,. )>' Tournament, Saturday, Oct 2, University of Florida and MCRC 4-6 p.m., and mens classes from
\ : ''
1- ;>1Y/ .. / .: ....' : '" ">. at the Mainside Gym, Bldg 3. Cherry Point, N. C. 6:30 8:30 p.m. Boys, ages
'. ', ') > > > .v.\. ': .." .m The tournament, sponsored bye All military and civilian 6 to 16, meet Saturday morningswith
2, '. .?,,?> < <>,>.', /. : USS Saratoga(CVA-60)),Is the personnel are Invited to attend beginners classes from
J'K' twelfth annual jiilo tournament this free event which will beginat 9:30 10:45 a.m. and advanced
illzs Jt : : : held. 1 p.m. classes scheduled for 10:45 -,
i- .' "' Contestants will be on hand The Jax Judo Club holds week- noon.
... from all over the Southeastern ly classes for men, women, and Anyone wishing further infor-
/- iL ''kd > United States and Include both children at their clubhouse at mation on the tournament or judo
8. :"rtl military and civilian teams.Someof Bldg. ,726 located on Birmingham classes is Invited to call J. L.
d..... the teams that will be participating Avenue, one block from the Baird at Ext. 8265, or home
' are NAS JaxNavalStatim NAS Chapel. phone, 2646444.

Large EntryAt Handball TournamentAt

J Cecil Field Cecil Next MonthCecil

Is Dog TrialBird Field will host the singles will be October 15, with
r First Annual. Duval County Invitational the drawing for pairings on October -
dog owners from ail over Four Wall Handball 18.
the state of Florida and southern Tournament here on October 22, Information on the doubles
Georgia flocked Into Cecil Field 23, and 24. entries will be announced later.
The is Entry fees have been set at
tournament open to
. last weekend for the two-day all residents of Duval County. $ 2.00 must accompany the
' Cecil pointing dog trials sponsored by Closing date for entry in the entry form.
WINNERS IN THE CLUB SHOOTING DOG 'STAKES at the station's Rod and Gun Club. .
Field Rod and Gun Club Field Trail over the weekend were; It was believed by club officialsand
(I front row 'left to riqht) Bob Penninqton 1st place/ Ralph Gun. outside sources that follow HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR
er, 2nd place, and Capt. S. D. Wright 3rd place. In the back field trials that the entry field
row (left to right) are club officials Harold Tanner, Ray Fox, of 48 dogs was one of the big-
I Wayne Berry, R. K. Hall, and judge Bill Thlgpen.&f&p gest years.' in North Florida In recent $5. CASH GIFT FROM us?

4 English pointers dominated the During our expansion program w. are giving a $5. CASH
four stakes as trophies went to
t 4v this breed for every place but GIFT to our customers. Come in and get the details for
second in the Club member shooting receiving your $5. CASH GIFT.
dog stake which Ralph Gunter
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SHOOTING DOC WINNERS WERE; (left to right front row) Bill pace. 1I
Thigpen, 1st place, R. K. Hall, 2nd place, and Rus Hall, son
Winner in the
of R. K. Hall with the 3rd place winner. In the back row (left Stakes was Bill Thigpen.shooting Mr.Dog

to right) are Mr. Hall Davis, of the American Field Magazine, Thigpen also put the third place I
Wayne Berry, Capt. S. D. Wright, Ray Fox, Mr. Bronf/ey/ Good- winner In the Field. Second
son, and Harold Tanner. place went to Rudy Hall.In .

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took third with his pointer dog,
Training Center's Fall Cup by "Doc" Murphy, a member of .
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14 September 30 1965

t I Letter From flue Football Board Of Experts

Dear Mr. Ray Graves, Ara Parseghian, Doug Dickie, Bill Tate, Predictions
Rip Engle. Bear Bryant, Bill Peterson, Gomer Jones, and Ben

"f We, the football board experts, don't like you to have problems, (l4.10)) CLERKS(J5.9)) ((11.13)) (guest) ((10.14))
especially so on football Saturdays. Because your problems are Col.
our problems. 1.l Boston Col..Army, Boston Col Army Boston Army Army

If you coaches have problems, could you please tell us about
them earlier in the week so we can make'allowances for your 2.'Syracuse.Maryland Maryland Syracuse Maryland Syracuse Maryland
1 under estimated football opposition.For .

the last two weeks your teams have made our board, along 3.'Kansas.Calli. Cali Calif Calil. Kansas Cali.
with other people who dabble in the art of football prognostication,
look very bad. At the beginning of the season we had no idea that 4. _Mich..Georgia Mich. Mich Mich. Mich. Mich.

you coaches were going to do this to us. . ,
who in Las Vegas, for rendering .
People exchange money pro- p'u'rrlue
fessional opinions on sports are no longer breaking 5. Purdue-SMU Purdue I.: Purdue" Purdue Purdue, \ :
'1 they are going bankrupt. We think, at this early stage in the game .
the 1965 football season is very comparable to the economic situa- 6. Alabama-Miss. Ala. Ala. Ala. Ala. Ala.
tion In 1929; CRASH.

We don't know who should shoulder the blame for our wrong 7. Florlda.L.S.U. Fla. Fla L.S.U. L.S.U. L.S.U.

guessing, perhaps we are just bears in a bull football market.
Coaches have been hung in effegy for losing. We don't want you B. Baylor.Fla. St. Fla. St. Fla. St. Baylor Baylor Fla. St.

to be hung in effegy. we just want you to say what your team. is goingto
do on Saturday. 9. Arizona,Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Arizona. Arizona
We have some suggestions on what you gentlemen might do to

improve.predictors won-lbstrecords. UCLA.Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. UCLA Penn St.
First, don't let sports writers in to see your practice sessions.If .
they call you on the phone talk about philosophy or the opera. S. Col
Never admit you have a potential All-Amertcn on your: team,and 11.S. Cal..Oregon St. S. Col. S. Col. S. Col. S. Col.

if you have two of these players, send one to the second team.If .
12.0kla..Navy Olcla. Okla. Navy Navy Navy
it looks. like you are going to have a tough season make sure
and get a schedule. with the Universities of Detroit, Chicago, Marquette -
,.John Hopkins,Jacksonville, St. Johns River JC, and Hardin- Football Scenes At Cecil;' And Jax
Simmons on it. This would make our joo much easier, and our

Saturdays .more pleasant. The same would probably. happen to you. ; "", ", """" ." l'JiIIBIJ' T. '_. I ,,r-' .....,- _. ._" .m. ", '.....'tT' _, ,.__.._,__
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if,you werifalong. with this program. ; 3', .i', < .1' ."" \s,<. ?', '1J' .::.'.J.. '( ,..' '. '
This has been, .a. friendly letter which we hope. helps you out. ,:,'', "tM; < tr : ;>,1., :,\ ,:>... <.;..
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We hope you will do the same for us.BETWEEN. .)) < ",'><' 's,':. ;P, '
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The Football Experts :. j :; >
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P.S.'This weekend we will be expecting more from some'of you, \ ." *,.4 .

less from others. Please don't let us down, what is expected from ': 0;" : ,,':'
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Monday, September 27, 1965


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VA-44's Dick SnyJer (picture at left) has been at HAS Jax VAP-62's defensive team

keeping the defenses in the Cecil Field intra goes offer a lose ball in a game against Com-
phone mural football league honest with his running. FairJax. ComFair edged YAP 24 to 78 in their
The Hornets of 44 are currently in first place. contest.

i r/: :: numbers

1\\\\ for gettin' Let's Measure American Sports

i 1money\ coast to coastBeing : Like The Rest Of The World

It's being predicted that within If this happens, playhavoc 745.824 meters, instead of 816
25 years the United States will with writers.
sports yards, during the 1964 season,
be on the Motric: System. Back- Recorders of the accomplishments and Navy's Roger Staubach
ers of the proposal feel that of military football players
ed for 1347.236 meters in 1963.A .
America should use the same will have to write that Army's football playing field will
system of weights and measuresas quarterback.Carl Stichweh,completed no longer be 100 yards long.
the rest of the world. 66 out of 119 for
passes_ It'll be 91.4 meters long. In-
of considerable .
a man experience, - - -
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stead of a play producing first
I the Old Sarge knows that checking ei B Bi iB ea B e l e p a
[ and 10, it will be first and 9.14
our phone number wherever you're I, meters. Sports writers won't
f stationed is a pretty'good idea. CENTRAL MOTORSTHE be able to describe a shifty halfback -
I Never know when you'll need money I as "6-0 ,185 pounds of

suddenly, and a call to us starts a loan SERVICEMAN'S DEALER speed," he'll be 182.88 centi-
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established it at 760 offices.DOMESTIC |. No longer will Navy have the
MAKE US PROVE IT! '> ball on its won 40-yard line.

We Now Have West Jax's \. It will be on its won 36.56 meter
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; COLUMN LEFT NAS Jax Intra murals. j i

by Dave Colby

NAS Jax intraumural handballand SCRATCH GOLF Hard Hats, 3 Spoilers 1
-- pingpoIwill begin next Molarolas Seabees, 0
Two million dollars the du Pont Estate Monday. Tennis started last Duffers 3 VP-5,3 Pizzans, 3 Avoins 1
may not have .
on will be won. in all probability Mrs. Richard du counted week. A/C Maint. 2 1/2 -VP-7 3 II? Sky Warriors "B", 3-A.nchors, 1
Kelso,before the horse racing -vear is over. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS FICEUR, O-Prc's 6' Hurricanes, 4-CPO'S 0
Kelso the MAR.TU, 3 679th, 3
won Stymie Riggers 3 Warriors, 1
Handicap at Aqueduct last week THE FALL GOLF Birds, 2 Supply 4 FAPL, 2 Neptunes, 2
he upped his life-time winningsto Duffers, -VP-5,7 FAETU, 2 -lIospltaIUB",4Communicatlons,2Qperatlons.4 AERON "C", 3 Rejects 1
$1,977,396 and increased the There are no more football Hospital "A", 4-FAW-ll,5 AFES, 2 Doctors, 2
possibility that he would be named favorites. The phoenix of thisyear's Eagles, 1 -Sky Warriors, 8 IOWLING BOQ, -Mixers, 2
Horse of the Year for the sixth football, Notre Dame,was VP 7, A/C Maint 6 Sidewinners 3 Air Frames,1Sky
straight time. consumed in the flaming wake ofa FICEUR, 2 Pro's, 7 Electons, -Pro's, 1 Warriors "A", 3 AOMD1,1
This bank roll boosted Kelso bunch of Boilermakers over the NARTU 4 12679th, 4 1/2 Cursors, 3 Lilly's, 1
even higher above the other all weekend. The Orangemen of Supply 1 Birds, 8 Cloak & Daggers,3-Aeron"B"l FOOTBALL .
time money winners. The eight Syracuse almost seemed green Hospital "B", 31/2 Thunderheads 4 Mad Roxes _0
year old has also probably Saturday as they dropped like F FAETR 512Communications NAMTG, 3 Flag Staffs, 1 ComFairJax, 18-VP-30,0 6
A/C Maint, 24 MARTU
carried more weight in his racing oranges falling from a tree in 1- Needlers, 3 Cannon Cockers.l Communications, 36-679th, 6
career than any other horse. a hurricane. Operations, 8 AERON "A", 3 Splits
Yet, out of 56 starts through If it was clear victory weather Hospital, 2-FAW-ll. Falcons, -Eagles, 1 VP712VW4.0
1964, Kelso won 36, was second in Miami, the clouds were dark Eagles 1 Sky Warriors 5 Play Boys, 4 3rd, Crew, 0 ComFairJax 24-VAP-62,18
'12 times, and never finished in the northern part of the state Cutters 2 Airman, 2 VP-5,12 FICEUR 0
third. as the University of Florida 4 Local Boys Lucky "7",4 Nockers, 0 MARTD, 12 679th 6

It seems a shame that when Gators moved into the football Tipplers 4 Church Key 0
Kelso retires there will be no swamp. The Quagmire seemed Torch Pots, 3 Mix Masters, 1
horse to carry on the bloodline deeper because Gator followers IN Tech-Miami King Pins, 3 Spartans, 1_
Kelso is a gelding. wept crocodile tears over the
scaling Mississippi State handed Frosh GameThe

All-Navy Softball Team The tribe from Tallahassee Miami and Georgia Tech
encountered an ironic twist of found that the southwestern plains Freshman teams,which clash in
fate last week in the All-World were no place for Seminoles to the Gator Bowl, Oct. 9 in a
. Softball Tournament try an offensive attack. Texas the
at Clear- charity game sponsored by
, water, Fla. Christian was a pretty homey Duval County Kiwanis Clubs,
Joe Lynch, three time All- defensive team and upheld the will be carrying four boyson
' Navy pitcher was there, but instead Texan tradition of Indian fighters.At their roosters familiar to
of playing for the Navy, Chapel Hill, N. C., Buck- area football fans.
he was throwing for a team from eyes lost their thorney covers Miami is listing three local
Aurora, m. OddlyenoughLynchwas and turned out to be a foot- boys, Jay Faulkner of Jack- Y
pitchingagainsthisoldteam- ball fruit that even a UTarheel" sonville Beach, Dick Kincadeof -

mates from the submarine repair could digest. Jacksonville, and Allan Folk- 0 r....
ship Sperry. Can the Phoenix of football ins of Orange Park.
Lynch went 29-0 for the season rise from the ashes of early The only North Floridian on
and was named "Rookie of the defeat this year to stand out this year's Yellow Jacket squadIs
Year". On his way to the All- as the 1965 football immortal fullback John Weaver from
World Tournament he threw a ? Forrest High School. Currently
no-hitter in regional play. FIELDING/ / A WINNER/ he is running as Tech's first-
string fullback.
WHAT A CREW Commander T. J. Cross of

ComFairJax didn't field a winner .
Taking the theme
"every in last weekend's field trials.
sailor should go to sea"toheart, (
The commander entered the only
Ensign T. P. Connelie
and Lt
Brittany Spaniel Jock In the
(jg) R. L. Kuroski are serving contests. Jock was nowinnerbuthe Now! A clear for
their hairdressing
the sea duty on weekends with did do honors for his breed men
Sailing Club.
and Impressed the judges.
through The two the worked long and hard While riding the course with that's medicated to fight dandruff!
spring on a 14 the commander he had a few

foot sail boat.fiber-glass Gannant Class comments on Jock, and hunting
that this writer goes along with.
Kuroski has some sail- Cmdr. Cross said that Jock
ing experience behind him, Mr. will hunt anything and everythingand
Connelie is a novice who is
that he uses Jock on just
quick to say that Mr. Kuroski about everything. Cmdr. Cross
is the captain, at least on week- didn't displeased with
ends, and he ,
is the crew. Jock's performance. In fact r '
First competitive efforts of the when he returned from the field

two-man team were not so trial course, Cmdr. Cross was
competitive. When the boat was glad to see Jock. Jock was
launched, it seems that there was equally joyful. The Commanderasked
as much water inside the boat Jock if he was ready for
as outside. After minor repairs the field again Jock respondedwith u \
it was back in the water. a tail wagging "yes". ; .
Then .h
the boat, they capsized, or at least Cmdr. Cross, his son, and \_
capsized with allhands.
Jock walked away a happy trio
Mr. t
is Connelie reports that all that was looking forward to the j-
now though. The sailors
have opening of quail season.
getting: into the
competition, although they have THE LONE SETTER

been 35-foot outclassed in outings against Happy add ending: While there
cruisers. entered in
was only one setter
Mr. Connelie, taking all into the two days of dog trials, he
great account, concludes that it is a was a winner. Ralph Gunter, NEW TOP BRASS'
sport and he has no plans Field
of five
giving it v
up. EM Club put his year old
The .
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TEAMS Won Lost
TEAMS Won Lost Special SlobsHellrazors 12 4 TEAM Won
VA-44 3 0 #1 11 5 VFP-62 58
Marines 1 0 Hellrazors ###2 11 5 A. M. D. 55
VFP-62 1 0 CommunicatorsCommisary 10 10 LeathernecksMarine 46
Weapons 1 1 6 10 Barracks 44
Supply 1 1VA4S Yellow Water #5 5 11 Admin' 42
0 2 Thunderbirds 5 15 VA-45 20
VF-174 0 3 VA-12 10
Monday Noon Stratch VA-172 0
Moooay Early Blackbirds 6 0 Wave
TEAMS Won Lost VFP-62 3 0
Blackbirds (A-45)) 15 1 Medical 3 1
,. 13 2 Kegler action at the
Kegtecks 7 Supply 3
A. G. 9 1 Photo 2 3 Monday night saw
Crash 8 7 1 GEMD 2 3 Logan capture the high
Security 7 1 8 AMD 2 4 a 179, and high
AMD 7 1 9 GSE 1 4 with a 215. Lee Trojan
3 M's Supply i 12 VA-44 ##2Hornets 1 5 series for the week
Strikers 15 0 5Lost which is also the
for the fall competition.

* GOLF Team standings

BLUE LEAGUE Misfits 9-3 /
1010 hrs. Honolulu TEAMS Won Legends 8-4
Admin 1 0 Bowlerettes 7-5

1410 hrs.Tacoma Supply Weapons ##12 1 1 0 0 Top Pin Busters Poppers 4-8 5-7 .

OPS 1 0 Free Leaders 3-9
VA-44# 1 0 !
Fightin Ito 1 0 Special I I ; ; /
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Medical 0 1 Discount
AMD #2Weapons 0 1 )
#1 0 1 Cecil Field Special ,
AMD #1 0 1 has tickets at discount
t'J 0 1Lost for the Shriner's
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Gold circus will be the I
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CVW-3 l' 0 $2.
VA-15 1 0 There are also /
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