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August 25, 1966


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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between the Navy, Two NAS Jacksonville squadrons A
three "ham" radio operators and Marine Awarded Bronze Star Airborne Early Warning
a VAP 62 midnight flight from Four and Heavy Photographic I.
the Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Squadron 62,in
Friday has resulted In savingthe HospitalizedAt to Jax's Fleet Weather Facility, :
life of
a critically injured man
again this playing ma-
at the U. S. Naval Base at Guan a are year .
jor roles In the joint NavyDepartment ;
tanamo Bay, Cuba. lax After of Commerce, spons-
It all started about noon last
ored Project Stormfuty.
Friday (August 19)) when doctors
Since August 1st and until Oc- ,,
RVN ActionCorporal
at the GuantanamoNavalHospltal '
here NAS
tober 15, the men at
decided that AC2 Carl W. Smith Storm-
'" Jacksonville join other
(of Johnson City,N. Y.),seriously John Taft Jordan was fury scientists,aircraft and flight
injured in an accident on the Naval : the Bronze Star Medal
__ presented crews who have been placed on a \
Base, was desperately in need of for his actions In Vietnam Mon- 72 hour alert, ready at given '

neurosurgical help. day. Wounded twice, Jordanwas notice to proceed to the staging i
The base's "ham" operator, air evacuated to the Naval base at Roosevelt Roads Naval

, Navy Lieutenant Henry Aldrich Air, Hospital here. He spent Station, Puerto Rico. It's from

'!:>j' contacted civilian ;counterpart rN four months under medical care here the cloud seeding missions ,;;
*f in Jacksonville -- Roland and Is now awaiting orders. are initiated and flights leave '+

r"", "Pappy" Wallace of 3539 Indigo! .. fprt Major R. L. Hyland, Com- for the experimental area in the M
Drive -- to if the Naval ,
see 'Atlantic. 'C
r w Phr manding Officer of the Marine'Barracks Western .
Hospital here had a: brain surgeon on behalf of the Pre- Basically, Project Stormfury .;.

u-*"" on the staff. iherewasn't r sident of the United States, pre is a structured program of scientific : t
After that
'. finding ,
.* '-." sented Jordan the Bronze experiments designed to explore $
Wallace relayed the call to
Star with combat "V". the structure and dyna-
; ,... ..
;? another_amateur radio operatorIn mics of hurricanes in order to
' Charleston, South.Carolina -- His citation read 'as follows: i
gain knowledge, improve prediction
** and learned that Cdr. Frederick
"For heroic achievement In
and into
Inquire possibilities
r'' E. Jackson, a neurosurgeon, was connection with operations of of modifying some : .e
a I: the staff of the aspects
assigned to Vietnam while serving as a Fire of these destructive storms. :!
; Charleston Naval Hospital. Team Leader with Company G. What Is now'recogni7.ed as the' '
Dr. talked with Commander Fifth Marines.
't\ Jackson Second Battalion, most improtant development in
'i George B. Hart, senior "On the morning of May 3, a program of hurricane. modi-
surgeon at the Guantanamo hospital 1966 Corporal Jordan was a fication experiments came some .

; and the pair decided that member of an eighteen man patrol five years ,ago when the Naval "

rt 2 after Smith's condition had been. which was crossing an open Ordnance Test Station at China v 4.
; observed for about eight hours, rice paddy in the vicinity of Chu Lake, CaI f. developed ,-asuper-

fc,, they would arrange a consultation Lai when it was ambushed by a lor method of ,cloud seeding.A .
, call through the amateur opera- force of about fifty Viet Cong. special silver iodide gen- .
tors. "Observing that two of his
which sould
erator was designed j
t At 8:30: p.m. Doctors Jackson comrades ,had been wounded and produce large quantities of freezing -
and Han began their conference were being treated by a corps-- nuclei When dropped from a (
and after 45 minutes realized that man in a position fully exposedto plane in a cannister.

,- it would be .necessary for Dr. BRONZE STAR MEDAL Cpl. John Taft Jordan, U. S. the vicious enemy fire, Cor- Thus, hurricane 'modification
':' Jackson to be flown to Guantanamo Marino I ,Corp rtct/vto/ the Bronze Star Modal with! Combat poral Jordan ;unhesitatingly' left became 'more that an ''ab'Stract

After as determining.soon as possible.that ," for his. action In V/tfriom.( Jordan'of'gnat)rlk; to his own his protected Position'am ran to idea.. Currently, hurricane'seeding" -,
no suitable their,aid. ,
' t tttk?":' V. m jet aircraft, was' available III'I"a' protoctodjaroa' ".and:ron tojheyaldof/ ,(ttwo,.woundod ."As ,he'was* -move. by,)injecting'tiny Is usually crystalsofsilVer carried out-.

': in the Charleston area for the buddlos. While, carrying'one/ ,to, tafotyt Jordan'wai"woundodhlmsolf one of the wounded men to safe, Iodide intosupercooledclouds

r, flight, Pappy Wallace coordinated in 'rn* arm. H. susfa/nt/ o stconcTwovnc///. being ty,: ,he' Was wounded In the 'arm' near:, the eye' of the, ,storm.

s \ the request, for a fllghr-with the ,.vacu t.J By hollcoptor. ,Mayor/ R. L. Hyland, Commanding and the corpsrrun was killed. This results In the conversionof I

,., staff of Commander Fleet Air, Officer, Marino Barracks, presented the Jordan on "Later' he sustained another liquid water into ice crystals ;
' Jacksonville. Within two hours behalf of the President/ of the United States. wound as he was entering a medical tA
V an A 3 Skywarrior from Heavy evacuation helicopter. storm's structure becomes

Photographic Squadron 62 pilot "Corporal Jordan's uncommon modified then, as'untold millionsof
, ed by Lcdr. Marsh Werner, PatRon Seven Hosts ,concern 'for his fellow Marinesat ice crystals initiate freezingand

,(, was airborne and heading for great risk of his own life, while this is happening,
Charleston to pick up Doctor was an inspiration to all who the latent heat of the storm Is, t,
1 IJ Jackson. 4 Midshipman GroupsFour observed him and was in J keeping reduced. The operation can produce

;,jj/f.: By 5 a.m. Saturday morning, with the'highest traditions of many changes in a particular -
- :'-' less than 12 hours after the request the United States Naval Service."
storm's circulation and
of Midshipmen from the United States Naval Academy, .
f. <: for an aircraft had been groups
,.. were hosted this past week by Patrol Squadron Seven. As pan of structure. ,
.. received Dr. Jackson had arrived ilpAffCHMiilM '
; Millie Prices This operation commands priority -
at Guantanamo and durit" the Navy's program to encourage recruiting and retention in Naval,
attention In the 1966 Storm-
Aviation, VP-7 was given the opportunity to introduce those future
the same day assisted Dr. Han ,
fury research, One factor conies t
Naval Officers ASW Patrol Aviation.,
to ,
{ In two operations on Smith which .ry Into play,however,that could tend
The commenced witha
.,;.' .. are credited with saving his life. program limit the
to Project's
Smith, however, remains In Welcome to Jacksonville, and sented his views concerning: the The Commissary Store has hopes; a
r':; serious condition. an Introduction to the Aviation responsibilities of commanding"one been advised by the Defense Personnel hurricane, to be included as part
.r side of the Navy by Capt. J. R. of the Project, has to "move:
J"" Coincidentally, while Dr.Jack of the finest patrol squadrons Support Center Columbiathat
the defined ,
son was at Guantanamo 16 year Trautmann, Chief Staff Officer, *' on the East Coast of the the new dairy contract effective through operational '
northeast of Puerto
old Kitty McDaniel, daughter of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Cdr. United States. Aug. 30 will be awardedat area Rico.
- HMC Bruce C. McDaniel, fell Cdr. A. N. Fowler, CommandIng Lt. J. R. DelVecchio and: Lt. 'substantially higher prices Although the area covers some t'

". from a horse and received a Officer of VP-7, then pre- (Ug) V. P. done, from VP-7 than under the current contract. 1965 386,400 hurricane square nautical'and miles rain-
presented the Squadron's Com- The, Impending Increases'are eyewall
serious head wound. Dr. Jackson FAWIl.C1.s.sIts .band
seeding experiments were
" again assisted In the mand Presentation. This explained due to a recent Federal Milk ,
i: operation 'conducted because
not 'suit-
by the use of a movie Marketing Order applicable to the no J
"1'- and young Kitty is reported able moved
In excellent condition. __ ScW1rFAETU's and slide presentation, VP-7's northeast and central Florida storms throughTthis. ,
role in Anti-Submarine Warfare, area and a severe shortage of prescribed locality. t
" N.w its deployments, achievements, milk throughout the cuntry. Should this occur ,again this :

t : FI&Jr.C.ll.c.'. current missions, and future out Significant changes anticipatedare year, alternate will be data carried-gathering out operations in- i
J August the 18th marked the look. six pack homogenized milk
'.." last class to be .graduated from Following a movie, a questionand from $1.92 to $2.64, single half- search of scientific kmwledgeaS

/ FI..I R.glstrtli" Fleet Air Wing Eleven's Radio answer ,period was given by gallon homogenized milk from 32 maximum bout the tropical''of storms aircraft, making.. and t
:. ",, School. Lcdr.: W. B. Overdorff, of FAW- cents to 43 cents .and half gallon
t ,__ The Florida Junior College The Fleet Air Wing Eleven 11, describing the Navy's newest skim milk from 20 cents, to 36 personnel furthermore already In the'area.'count .
Rules, out
': : ;'. at Jacksonville will bold a final Radio School was founded In 1953 ASW aircraft, the P-3 "Orion". cents.It the possibility of experimentation .
.", t. registration for fall classes to to train radio operators for the Lt. J. B. Scanlon presentedan is expected that at least 10 which would '
.. The registration will beheld local Patrol squadrons. The ASW Tactical lecture, and of the items will sell at the same on any storm ;
morrow. '
. strike:a populated area 36 hours
.c.." school was eventually broadenedto price before. effon Is I
at the Southside Campus in Lt. R. A. Frederick of FAW-11, as after
. :, Jacksonville from 8:30 a.m. to include not only the Patrol concluded the program with a being made to sell milk and milk VW-4's seeding. .S
role In Project orm-
: Squadrons but also the radiomen products at or as close to cost \
4 and from 5:00 p.m. to 8p.m. current peacetime intelligence is
, p.m. fury 1 to provide airborne con-
',. .. from squadrons.In area. ships and other area brief. price as possible, trol for aircraft in the- operations -

and to measure numerous i
its 13 years of service to
According: to Pat Hodgkins, the Fleet some 700 radiomen What's InsideMARINE meteorollgical: parameters.

college registrar, spaces are attended the school. In the school RA-3B's (Skywarriors) of I

available in a few remaining the students were taught the International CORPS RESERVE CELEBRATES 50th VAP-62 are responsible for .
courses, for which this last opportunity -
Morse Code, typing dropping the silver iodide can-
to te available. and radio operator: procedures.To ANNIVERSARY. . . .. PAGES 6''& 7 nlsters' for all experiments and

Persons desiring to register qualify for graduation a minimum FLIERS FARING WELL IN SIXTH NAVAL DIS also provide photographic recon-

should be prepared to pay all fees code receiving speed of 18 TRICT SOFTBALL TOURNEY. ..PAGE 11 naissance..

at the time of registration he words per minute was required. VP-16 RETURNS FROM OPERATIONS IN NOR. The Assistant Project Director
The school will resume under
Is Cdr. J. W. Kldd, Officerin
said.The new management on Oct. 3 FAE- WAY..d. . . .PAGE4 Charge of the U. S. Fleet

college anticipates an enrollment TULANT Det. Two will assume VP-45 OFFICERS' WIVES HOSTESSES FOR NA- Weather Facility aboard this

of some 2000 students the duties of training qualified VY RELIEF ART EXHIBIT. . .PAGE4 base. Heading the 1966 ProjectIs
for its first terms of operation. radio operators for the Fleet. Dr. Joanne Simpson




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EDITORIAL- --- Answer

. Dni t e Services. CROSSWORD 'uranna I I EEOEB:j
, 151911 I W:3: lf: sld I '21 .1
YOU HOLD THE REINS ACROSS Goddess of .. 'd 2515U ..BEnaBOB I
discord d 9 315. fcJUQ
Do you know that no man is more or less Important than you ROMAN CATHOLIC Wearies. Scatter I-Solicitor at I (1 J. 51 5 .1. S ii N. N 0
I-Glrl'$ name i :> d : s b I d 3 2i
law (abbr. .I
As American citizen
are when It comes to voting. an eligible U-V.catlon plan .
7.Three-t 1\1 .1 S.I 11 I W.
to vote, you are a king. More important, you hold the reins to St. Edward's Chapeland 12-Cllmblnf plantssloth N I 1:1: 'If I 3 J N. 15 r b J.
bur whole system of government with your vote. 14-Prefix. not 8.Male sheep [N a a ., b 0 N 'V 0 N
Most people who vote do so because they want to see a particular Naval Hospital Extremely 9-Ox of Celebes I il V. 3 V J. i S. 1-s d
candidate or political party win the election. If they decide terrible 10-Hurry 'U0HE1. .BDD3 I i v 1
not to vote, it is often because they think their candidate will win SUNDAY MASSES Majority Laughing N V I 1."I b 0 s' b
of their - 0630St. 18-Skill 13-Prick painfully kV d'' v S S e 11 t .L.
anyhow, or lose anyhow, regardless vote. Hospital 20.Bristles 16-Short Jacket
One vote, they feel, "won't make any difference." Edward's 23.Filipino 19-Bridge term -
There are many, many cases to prove this theory wrong. One Chapel l - 0900. & J100 24-Girl's name 21-War god
goes like this: 26-Globt 22-Putfup 34-Preflx: 49 47-Paradise
formerly -Entreaty
An Oregon Schoolteacher went to her voting booth. While casting DAILY MASSESSt. 23,Printer's 25-Native of} 36-Cook In oven 52.Dine
her ballot in a local election, she noticed that no candidates were .' Edward's: measure largest continent27Arrange 37-.AIt 54.French for
listed for a certain precinct committeeman's job. She wrote in Monday thru Friday,' 1130( Confidence in 38 0-Shrewdest S7-Symbol"friend"31.Approachln. fortellurium
Saturday - - 0900 folds
\ (colloq.)
\\ a \ dV\\ Naval Hospital: 33.Mud 30.Attempts 41.Rows 58.Senior (abbr)
\ Friday----- -; 1205 Heavenly body 32.Angry Prophets Preposition

Blueprint For Freedom .$ CONFESSIONSSt. 39 36..Excess Mends of solar b <:S I 2 3: 4' b 1 6 9 10 00

\ Edward's ; over lunar year42Preposition R%( 13
I I II i 12
Saturday - 1900
43.Birds' homes .Y'>I """>I 17
0845 15 16
-0815 -
Sunday - ; 14
1015 1045 45.Sewing case46Devoured
0615 II 19 6&: 20 21 22 23
Hospital: Sunday - -
24 25 26 27 28

I I Ii" II Chapel Annex Building 722: 51-Take"summer"one's part 29 = 30 RQ> 31 32
Saturday's -
53-Titsue! 33' 34 3'55Teutonic : : :
i 0 DIVINE/ / SERVICES deity 36 37 38 39 40 41Dintr.
PROTESTANTAll 56-Handles
Saint Chapel Negligent 42 43 44 IX>V 45
61Coin62Canonized SUNDAY'S 4b 47 48 49 I6 <.: 50
her own name, cast her vote, and went back to her classroom.Two 0800 --'- Holy Communion
days later the teacher was notified she had won the election. 0930 & 1100 -Divine, Worship person 'I) 52 >m 00< 00c: 53 34 t) ( SS.
Her one vote had brought her to public office and, as it happens, DOWN
57 58 59 60
she served so well that she has been running for and winning the SUNDAY SCHOOL Fright 56

same post ever since. 0930 - -Chapel Annex Exists 61 1 62
Countless other examples of one vote electing an official are Building 722 3.Staff m :>
in the. records. It happens that way; one vote can do it. And that by United Feature Syndicate Inc. fyF
vote may be yours. WEDNESDAY'S u. I.lItlltrl..4 Serviee Ht.t 0."'.
There's an offyear election coming up Nov. 8. You will be hearing ------Choir Rehearsal
about it from your Voting Officer. As a matter of fact Sept. 28
has been declared Armed Forces Voters Day. THURSDAY
Very possibly you will be voting by absentee ballot. It's no 2000 Christian Science Service Vietnam Vets Advised

problem. In fact, it's easy. If you are of voting age all you do is SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
send a special application form to your home State. It is known as 0930 Chapel Women' Guild
the Federal Post Card Application Form, commonly referred to (Small Chapel) To Watch Malaria AilsVeterans
as the FPCA. No doubt you will get yours in plenty of time. Get
the facts in the personnel office or, better yet, ask your Voting U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL hospitals throughout nationhavebeendirected to admit
Officer Sunday's -------S 1000 any recently discharged veteran without waiting for an eligibility
Remember, America is only as strong as the American voter, determination if*the man thinks he may be suffering from malaria. ;
. and power exists'only' where it is exercised. Don't lose your vote. CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT' The VA advises such veterans who have been home for 100 days .
- Use )ft.., (AFNB, ) '1$: ; or less to be on the alert for any symptoms of this disease. The
>I' Armed Forces Medical Depts. have found an increase of malaria
Today- in personnel returning to the U. S. from duty in Southeast Asia.A .
Choir Practice 7
at p. m.
Sunday- large number of these cases ces, the Public Health Service
Chaplains/ MessageWHAT Sunday School at 9:30: p. m. are a type of malaria known as Communicable Disease Center,
Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. falciparum. This particular formof Parasitic Disease Unit of Atlanta -
Communion on the first Sunday malaria does not present the Ga., and VA has been
of the month. usual symptoms of chills and worked out. The PHS has agreedto
HAPPENS 'TO MEN IN THE NAVY? fever. The symptoms may be act as consultant, free of
CATHOLIC so mild that they may readilybe charge, if blood smears show the

By Lttg( ) Charles T. Kelly, CHC Daily- missed. presence of any malarial para-
11:20 a. m. Mass Use of the new anti mala- sites.If .
I've been in and out of the brig 29 times in the last three months! Sunday- ria drug may ) cut in half the malaria is diagnosed, treat-
Not'many other Navymen in'the Navy would care to make that state- 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- number of men stricken by the ment will begin immediately at
ments. I've talked there with Texans, and boys from Brooklyn.I've fessions heard before each Mass. disease, the Army Surgeon Gen- the nearest V A or military hospi-
met ditch diggers, and Academy nominees. i Mentally ill, eral's office has announced."(The
physically fit, whatever their problem, one common fa 11 ing staoos out drug is DDS diaminodiphynylsus tal.It has been found that falciparum
like a carrier on the horizon. "When I was young, Chaplain, I usedto Traffic Violations fone). malaria is often resistantto
go to Church every week, then after boot camp well The drug also cuts length of the usual quinine treatment,

It's peculiar -- life In the Navy has twice the bossiness, three The following is a report of illness and helps to prevent re- and other methods of treatment
times the boredom, and none of the comforts of a civilian home- motor vehicle accidents and traf- lapse. must be used. Research on the
life. Yet it's IntheNavythat many a man gives up going to Church! fic violations for the period Aug. Prior to return to this country, treatment of this strain of mal-
-- Something like throwing away your life preserver as soon as you 16 Aug.22. personnel are given medication to aria with various drugs are un-
get into the drink! Number of Accidents help prevent the disease. Theyare derway.At .
This week --------9 instructed to report to a present,there are more than
On the other hand, in three months on this base, I've gotten to Total Accidents this year through doctor if they become ill and to 150 patients in military hospi-
know enlisted men who have risen to the ranks of captain and com- 22---- -232 let him know that malaria should
Aug. -- tals in the U. S. with falciparum
mander. They seem to have made the most out of routine, to be the be considered.
Total number of days since last malaria. (Memphis "Bluejacket" -
friendliest to other people, to be the most cooperative. I got to know injury in a motor vehicle accident Cooperation of the Armed For- )
them because each Sunday morning I met them Jn Church!
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Does your work seem meaningless? Feel like you're going up a Number of ViolationsThis
downessalator? A vague sense of not doing anything? Maybe there'sa Week - - -64 Mh '
lesson,here/for you. Speeding - - -, -13
Reckless Driving - -4
Going through Stop Sign -4 S
Other Violations49
Twenty -, Seven drivers appeared -
before the Traffic Hearing -
Board at the meeting heldon
Aug. 23. Disposition of the
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian/ Enterprise News. cases included the following:

paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Seven lost driving and parking

Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing privileges aboard station for
Company a private firm. All Copy submitted use in various periods; Three were
assigned to complete an eight -
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public hour course in remedial drivingat

Affairs/ Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by J J2.-00 noon NATTC; None were assigne4

on Monday/ before publication. News items are welcomed/ to complete a six hour course in

from all 'so rces- Telephone EV 9-7711 J, Ext. 8162. remedial driving at Jax Police

Advertisements/ are solicited/ by the publisher and Academy; Four received sus-

queries concerning such! should be directed to: pensions ; Fourweregivenwarn-
,Company, 1950 Blending/ Blvd. ings; Eight dismissed; None
The Holt Publishing
fined ( U. S. Commlslone'rl; and
Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone '387 4457 Five referred to commanding

ficers for possible disciplunaryaction.
VOL. 24 NO. 22 AUGUST 25, 1966 A CASTRO Spy In the'T person Qr a little Mexican Chihuahuawonderedthrough
Twenty Seven drivers received the defenses at VP-78's line shack \r; Cltmo
a total of 32 traffic viola- Boy, Cuba recently. After careful examination for Castro
.I tion points. pagan a,VP-78's Crew 72 adopted the dog as a mascot.

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NATTC : NARTU News & ViewsThis

Behind year the Naval Air Reserve Is celebrating it's Golden An- ;;
The SceneBy niversary. Fifty years of continuous service to the United States
of America. This organization has taken arms in the Great World
Jell Fondingsland/ Wars and the various conflicts which have threatened world peace
Staff and the security of the United States. World War I, World War II,
Sgt. Leon J. Madden, Senior Troop handler of AviationElectrician's
Mate "A" School, has been selected NATTC'sServlccman the Korean conflict, the Berlin Crisis, the Cuban threat, and now
of the Month. Vietnam are Just' a few calls that have been answered by the "Week-

Capt. Thomas B.Ellison,NATTC s Commanding Of fleer,presented end Warriors." serve Division( In Miami. ,
S/Sgt. Madden with a letter of commendation and a $50 Savings bondin The Naval Air Reserve is composed lIe will officially assume the

_ceremonies: in the Commanding Officer's Office August 16 of men from every walk command position during com-
ii" of life. Doctors, school teachers -
The letter commended Mad- missioning ceremonies on Sat-
den on his willingness to accomplish rician's Mate "A" School by mechanics, laborerswhatever urday. f
assigned tasks in an class 612 with an average of the vocation, one weekenda Lcdr. Leon, as a member of the
expedient and efficient manner 80.86. month, these men train in Naval Air Reserve, will attend
The record of 80.73 their Then if the t
with a minimum of supervision. previous Navy rates. weekend meetings plus an annualtwo
"Madden was instrumental in was set by class 523 in Novem- need arises, they will be readyto week training cruise. He will t

improving the appearance of barracks ber 1965. service their country. be responsible[ for the weekend ;
570 and! 573 by 'planting Class 612 was congratulated at Are you a man who feels that training of 11 officers and 159 ,
trees, flowers, and shrubs. His graduation ceremonies August 18 HONORMAN Joseph R. he could do just a little more cnlUed men.
attitude, manner, and professional by Lt. J. D. Hudson,Training Officer Duttus, ADR3 (right), Is congratulated for his country? Whether you'rea 4 Naval Air Reserve: Divisions -
for AE "A" School. "I C. D. veteran or not does not mat- forces 'of :I
ability are a credit to the by Capt. crea reserve; spacialfats i
command and the Marine Corps." am proud of every one of you, Simonsen/ NARTU CO, when/ ter. The Naval Air Reserve who would reporttoaviation "{
Lt. Hudson told the class. trains as well as re trains.So .
and fill needed !-
Sgt. Madden and his wife, he jships
Seven of the class of 51 sailors graduated as Honorman if
Barbara you are a man the Navy's
live at 4773 Fremont jwlth regular
and Marines with from the NATTC Leadership "What I do
Street in Jacksonville with their graduated an question; can units In times of crisis. .
five children. average over 90. In an ordinary School, August 19. for my country?" look Into the The' newly commissioned .

A trip to St. Augustine, spon- class, each of these men would Leadership class 66 I grad- Naval Air Reserve today. Call Miami, Division will be staffed I
sored by the USO, is in store have qualifed for honorman.AA uated after two weeks of leadership the Naval Air Reserve at 'NAS by nine active duty enlisted men

for the Maddens as an additional W. W. Kjonaas was class training August 10 In King Jacksonville who will act as ,a nucleus for the t
award for the NATTC Serviceman honorman with an average of Hall. ******** training of the weekend reserves.
of the Month. 94.83. The Navy class leader ADR3 Joseph R. Duffus of Lcdr. Leon entered military .
was AE2 L. W. Turner, and the Lcdr. ':Marc Leon & resident World War II
....... was the class honorman. service during :
Marine class leader was Lcpl. of Miami, Fla., has been Appointed aerial In the Army i,
4. A all time class Company Commander at graduation .as an gunner
average A. Tavormina. Commadtng Officer of the
ceremonies was ATN3 F. Air Corps. lIe saw action over
has been
set at Aviation Elect- ******** newly established: Naval Air ReL" -
Dulcick. also from NARTU. China, Burma and India[ as
---------- a tail gunner in B 25's.
Released to Inactive duty at
the end of the war, he began
: working In radio as an announc

,4.. er.Hd enrered the Navy in Dec- :

ember 1947, as an enlistedman
with the Naval Reserve at
'r '
Gulf port, Miss. I
'.' 4 Six months later, upon application 'I
..' .\::: .. .
'' ,.' he was commissioned as }
:.''< ::' < .
:: : Word << :' Ensign in the Naval Reserve as

',:.. a Public Information Officer.In .
1950 he transferred the ,
.. to
.. Naval Air Reserve and was I

____ 'T ; appointed Maintenance Officerof

a Selected Air Reserve Squad
'. ,
: :r "
,:' <'f.< ,: ron. '
I :4 .* c. As a member of the Naval
;::0: \ U )
_ \ f Air Reserve he has been assigned -

,. to the Naval Air Stations at
:: ::""* Glenview, 111.; Atlanta, Ga"": and f

Miami, Fla. For the past seven
"' ':to ,Jt.t.; .' s. + iY.; t rn:,
;: % +S # he has attended weekend
vw s years
}' r.}ro};xit, z7s.. .: ;,: :' .. ;,1{.,t :syj: ''k: >3ti.+r .R}
j3>,i'}; ;:3 wu; :$: iit:ko ,:t r't 4 ,r i } Y''r drills;with squadrons at the Naval -
Air Reserve Training Unit,
Jacksonville Fla.
Lcdr. Leon lives with his wife
and two son at 17220 North West \
20th Avenue, In Miami. lie is
the 'general manager of Real

Estate Publishers, Inc. if

'',}: :.k'," sf:,} #.; .5.45. ; }; ..}:.y.Qi. ::/+ y'SjY. ;jk;, i'yk ,+ :+ *** ,
: .. } g F.y.
.:{a (bi i ,:,\,,+:. ':{ X':i:} My: ;}: ; +;} \ .0y4 } ; NARTU :.
+ ,4 > }: : ;:?}b :}}}+}:}. } Three took
f {: 'i
; ;
tiG#. : } ; men
: y # ra ,:Sp ji j yd top
\ ;u:3.: : 'r ;:a:4;; :?j:kh, } ;.; : ;i:'j :bc; ,} ; ; ; ti;
::* honors at the NATTC Leader-
}ri.: :@I
:[ : t ship School In graduation ceremonies

7 August 19.
; {u y S .
; y h The three men, ADR1: JosephR.
": 'Y:}>'(':;;k2 a ,' 4.5; 'rt:;{ ,.y:# : r,,rQlsaki. 8\y'S'. y i ,
Duffu., BMJ; Robert II. Griz- .
: zell, and ATN-'J: Lawrence F.
:: '. :; ::?:;f::: > .<:' DulrlcliJ1. took first, second and

$ f third places;, respectively.
\ ::; .i S ( I
\ \ .. While at the Leadership school
'* t.,; which began August 8, the men
: attended cla?:>c.., (In leadership, ;
world affair, and military drill. I

r Capt.\ Carl D. Mmonsen, I
., .;..
?:- NARTU C),presented the honor
man certificate to XDR3 Duffus.

RC VolunteersRegistration

for the new fall

} Red Cross Volunteer Qass
( formerly known as Gray Ladies)

'' will begin soon. ,Interviews will
,,yv .*especially when there are so many new things w.n be held on Friday, Sept. 9 and
12 from 9a.m.
'x on Monday, Sept.
; to say about an old favorite.Trend's -J j.: until noon at the J Hospital Red

Cross Office Interested ladies .
} may call 387, I ClU Ext.21]
: > new Kind-to-Hands *
t formula is to hands
as gentle your as for any I infofnoaiw-orto makean

t L } fine complexion soap* With its new super sudsing agent Trend* '::; Y ;, appointment, ;:ton 1 interview. ;.

s- does a better job on dishes than ever before and that takes some .1.v..WIl1JTtiI-l II.

r Fr: <{ x doing Trend's new pleasant fragrance is sure to delight you too There;;>*iR.-beuteh Treat

> -; "?>, Family Pkriic /earner crew-
d Economy? Just, compare Trends price with other leading brands;*!\ &> .., members the ilSS InreepidCVA-( "
6) on the old Sfceet Range at NAS

1 until 5 p.m.
All former crewmembers and
isA }} a;4,, ';. ;K.7/WM*Him,* la.o M"4q j5oMf 1 REX ';
their families are invited to attend -

and are asked to pass the
M 7.# {f ;++ /t'
word on to others they know
were members of the Intrepidcrew.

r. ) : :':1:4; : ;; ';; ,} : ::':,.;," ", f' .. t. :' ,;;: Further. by calling information Robert can Mor-obtained :

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August 25, 1966

t'\ VP-16 'Eagles' Present Florida CitrusTo

Norwegians During Recent Deployment I p ya.

Patrol Squadron Sixteen recently Air Force Base At Orland. The operational portion of the
I returned from Orland, The "Eagles" left NAS lax deployment was very Interestingand
Norway where the Eagles on Wednesday, August 11 and profitable. The "Eagles" f
spent a week operating with the found that the naturally "air- worked hand in hand with
Norwegians. conditioned" nation of Norway, the British in addition to the
I Upon their arrival, Cdr. D. D. with temperatures In the 40's Norwegians in round ,- the clock :t
.. Spoon, Commanding Officer of the and 50's a welcome relief flight operations.
,. squadron, presented a basket of from Jacksonville. However, Following this deployment,
fresh Florida citrus fruit to Colonel all hands were glad when they VP 16 personnel will conduct
Olai J. Gronmark, Commander returned home on Sunday, August training and operations In the
!. of the Royal Norwegian 21.COUPON Jacksonville area. _

I ::: ::: ::::::::::::::::=;:-J. = ::::=:--o: <'::<<::>."' <<<<<;:;:;:::;::"O::::::::=::::==:' f. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF
; H International Military Sports _
! Council (CISM) reports 1966 as dca
, 1c' FREErs::: most active year yet. 50 sche-
;\ ; ) duled events top last year's 42 ___

...... .... . ... ....... .. OFFICERS' WIVES Iff THE ROLE OF ARTISTS for the VP- :'
... MALT ';0 ::00'"::::-:::-:-:--:.- :..!. ":O-"- _' ;-;.;.;'; ..;.. 45 Olllce,,' Wives Club Art Exhibit, held/ In the name of Navy

r 11AM r...r.GER5 ..'.. I i The Ortega Relief last week, In clueeele't/ to right) Mrs. Virgil C. Voigt,
us N Mrs. Charles L. Parker, Jr., Mrs. Charles F. Schumann, III,
0% II Z $ MethodistI I and Mrs. William T. Boguslawskl./ (Photo By PHAH Patti

wlththls ad a Church Tucker.) ,
::) I i
( 0' (only one to a customer, please) Q
ti\ U i 4807 Roosevelt i lax Officer's Wives\
26 thru WEDNESDAY AUG. 31

'I Bliidlif' 103'11. Between the Bases : Boulevard Invites Yen To I Host Art ExhibitBy

I. Linda Parker
; I lht World: Greatest H rri urgQt- 1i1l Only 15{ Worship: The Navy Is famous for its sea-going vessels and sagas of daring
i SaadiyScbeel: 9:45 sailors and pilots, but a Navy An Exhibit is a new twist. One would
Im: -:;::==:::::m- :: : : COUPONS oCo>>>> ';,;,:-:=: '" }:-: :: v hardly ex actpatrol find artists and craftsmen among the wives and

I officers of squadron. ......
out meet VII 40, tOO patrolsquadron
: :<<=:=:*=::;:::-">>. ::m -=:::,>.::::=: >> ==>>: ;: o:
engaging In, antisubmarine -
\ i patrols under the command -
: : ; ; of Cdr. James H. Chap
: !. .f man. VP-451s also the command
TODAY : of Fleet Air Wing Eleven Jack
sonville NAS, with Capt. HarryB.
Stott at its head.
} .' t VP 45 Is making a new
, \ tradition for the Navy. August
17 marked the unveiling of this
; <: : Jacksonville Navy talent at an

I 1.:... ,< ...; ;.. &..",. .., \ Jacksonville .. !, an exhibit under the chairmanship -
""""' It :0: of Mrs. Charles F. Scho-
r I = ,,". f ':" ... ..- mann, III.
.I -..' .. < Park home of Mrs.
.. The Orange
: '.- ; : .::!
::; "' .f James H. Chapman provided the
setting for this exhibit. TheVP45 -

i I'I .. has a brand new place ) 3 sored p.m.All Officers'the proceeds the public event Wives from from, which this 11 Club was a.m.exhibit spon-opento to

I .. .. will be used to redecorate the
:: & waiting room of the Navy Re-
& :
!. .* .' lif's Society's Jacksonville of
I ...{. .'! -" rf, fice. This decorating job will
>.:: :::; be another VP 45' O. W. C.
: : whereyou project, under the chairmanshipof
i A i Mrs. James L. Larsen.
This exhibit was complete with
: light refreshments and music.

i l' I event Serving were as Mrs.hostesses Thomas for P.Hin-this

:. ,:..': can< borrow money! -:. Music son and, Mrs.Mrs.was Daniel Calhoun providedby E.E.Peckham.Hoffman Lt.jg( ),

r. :.., Charles F. Schomann, III.
r -: The three main artists exhibit-
t -.0' ing their work were: Mrs. Wil-
liam T. Boguslawski,whose work
\.f is mainly in the field of oil
o: painting; Mrs. Charles L. Parker -
;' Jr., whose work encompasses -
a number of techniques, Including -
When money problems trouble you, don't so many convenient Seaboard offices all oil, water color, pen and

\\ff ffworry, see Seaboard. Seaboard rents money across the United States and Canada. Ink, charcoal, and encaustic;
Mrs. Virgil C. Voigt, Jacksonville
-and in the newest, nicest place in town. Even if you don't need some extra money Elementary school teacher

r You'll like Seaboard. The folks are friendly right now, we'd appreciate your dropping in I ings whose and work etchings.Includes oil paint-

I. { and the service is good.That's why you'll find just to say hello and welcome. Also exhibiting were Lt.Robert
Loans to $600 L. Bass, Mrs. Donald W.Rhodes,
and Mrs. Michael L. Thomas.

I .',,' s SERB OR RD FINRHCE COMPRNY I displayed Craftsmen Included whose Robert was

L. Bass, Mrs. Daniel E. Peck-
:V A lifesaver when you need cash ; N ham' and Mrs. Howard F. Rand

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August 25, 1966 JAX AIR NEwsl AFTERBURtiER Page 5

Civilian Merit Promotions .' '. Free Meal }
Questions About. Politics? a'" .
VV :v SECURITY DEPARTMENTj: "", <.:. i 1

I Here Are Official AnswersEditor's '., ,s,Johnson" Bernard B. To: Firefighter (Airfield) kt ':" I Tickets :. ;j1 1I,
; Obulsklr.oseph M To:' Firefighter (Airfield), .GS-; 'S1 ,I I
Ward/"Wpodrow C. To: Firefighter (Airfield) G$ 5 .r -. t
I"J : ','' ( tote; Tlii';is theIIrst time employees. The political Scott, Walter <,'. : /.:" of a' $ oVpolilts: : uestions activity of employees of,, any Glance, Main 3t;,, To: Firefighter Airfield) GS-.':5);:..; .
fi't '...' ; and answeps : !( : slated State or local agency whose ..
; "; '" ::4 Green, Lloyd Tot; Firefighter: (Airfield)', GS'4I,5! ,
1/; .. \I"' ,:C' .. .to. nmor. the'.;nicf few weeks principal employment is In Jones, Curtis jrToi. :ireffchtef(Airflow) "*.I$l i .'' c t"" !*v The Civilian Employees'' I
; wlt; "" Welfare AssociationC'imdjthe
(: "' <1: lil. the lax ?l tr, l ks.) connection witfr a federally fin- Parker, James F."r ooFIreflfchterCAlrjfii( ) 'S '; ':; flSreation and
.;}" .:.t! (f ''. .:, %.A>.With,electen{ ,approaching,the anced activity Is also restricted. Prevatt Arthur L. 'To, Fijefltftter: (AlrfleS i- (: r5 -.' : ; Civilian Employees'FoodScJryioca
,.. ..... .. V QVU l 'Sarvf I /Commission hast FlrefirftteVAIrfleW C \,' 1t j' V. t 1 Board have arranged: F
.,: 4. \: Duval, Harold W. To: # } $;}} ," ': tickets in
meal placed
- :. V: ,- "1' .'..: again emphasized that Federalemplayees'and Q. Does the Hatch Act apply to Green, Foye E. To: Flrer{_'( 1rf1eld) G 5, '::5 : '{;..' : 'to "6Ve4 .
.,;. '... -, members of their part time Government em- Harmon William N., Jr. To;';Tftfi( l.htet.AJrrteld( )3G5' ,5.t ,'' vcmdlngViachlnes' '. again .
"t ) (e 'have the right and obli ployees? i'. '.? The ,:tickets Will entitle the
gaunt Lanier, Fred W.. Jr. To: Firef b (Alrf(field) (;S'5: :. .
: register and vote.Queries A. Yes. McCauley, Roben: H. To: Supervisory> Detective{ ; GS 8' '. bearer to 7 one free meal (not
.' and of Fed- Q., Please explain for .\v. exceed :$Q,M) on the basis
\, ; comments employ Bottln, Otto H., Jr. To: Supervisory Policeman, G.-r p (o '#.
!to ,f; /yeral: "employees, addressed to the ees affected by the Hatch Act Easterling, Warren W. To: Supervisory/ Policeman, GS;; .,*5 ". of one :ticket In each machine, ,
? f.. Commission, Indicate that many just what their responsibilities v. v where; the merchandise cannot ,
: Moore, Jesse L. To: Policeman, GS 4. i : : ..
..; '. :. : ( '$: people do not realize the extent and rights are under the act. '. y ,'", b$ 3q in !adv'ance:'eSejy week .
:',:' .,' 1::+'Jof'activity that Is permitted'under A. They have the right to vote MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENTS ," ', i' ; \.:roi 1a1. "IOdjolJtw'Ieeks.' .
':. .:..V. /1 the political activity rules and to express their.. political. _',._ 'i'ltef tOMets. will :ri9foed ;
( ,
: : ; : .but forbidden Redmond, Annlce B. To: Teletypist GS.-\,;, !1$. -t.
t' ,'i. t governing Federal employees. opinions, are to StcARign. ..I't ,:!hfi\ ,, .
.'f-; ,,, t fir; Specifically, an employee cov- take an active part in partisan Department Sternbergi Jerome, Jr. To: Electronics Technician( ( :t-q ,..: Qr ges'i: '' p ';. .i. ;... C' !: ; ......' ........ ''
or in far the'- --\
.r.. ered by the Hatch Act cannot political. management t- Uf: '. .1.. ,
if Communications Dept. N& sW, \. t'lJ :.,};
: tf run for any office as a partisan partisan political. campaigns. \ tal' "'vt \iJt. tllVt .t I"C ,.c.*:
Stephens Marilyn! J. To: 'teletypUt; GS 5, Communicat. ,, \ "woii'thb. '''11' .""
-/ililr, candidate or campaign for any ,In connection with Federal em : ti thin it 't.... t :,
; partisan candidate, or engage in ployees' right to vote the Department .. \\ ";>. .YiIf l:, )<, :'stfcfi:-,purpose' before:'':-...;:;:
;(g any partisan political manage Commission emphasizes that Cline, Lorraine H. Tot Secretary V(Stenography), GS 6', ityta". ';trese t!in :,it\to .the'cashjerf in ?y
f .: ment. -. political activity restrictionsdo Processing Dept. '4.: : ,.tq V avoid Y.t-':i :omits. -. j
/1 Is not relieve employees of. ..
By partisan meant
f. one represetning a national or their obligations as citizens to $.$AVJ., :, .., I aI
State political party such as the inform themselves of the issues Thiy. w '"...t'If.t-". l '.. ,
and to register and vote. I" ") \
Democratic or Republican Party. PREDD4iGMCTRUCKS !
A Federal employee may not v r .
'. run for office, even as an in- BondsEXPERT : ; "\r: ;. f >
depndent, In an election which o
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; partisan political designationsare .": -1
'-' used, unless he lives in one GREEN' COVE SPRINGS*** '" '''_ :"
.of the communities to which the __ ... ....h ', 's;
." Civil: Service Commission has V V N;
given partial exemption In, com- t
.;";:....'. V'V V erection with his local government FOREIGN CAR MILITARY '( '.;I

The followingquestlons and an- I
swers have been prepared by the MONTHLY POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS :

Information of employees. NEXT DOOR TO '.CAR8UEP.ATORS' AGE 21-24 Married $10. *0 me.AGE2124SIRsle.$12"Q .
V Q. What employees are pro-
hibited by the Hatch Act from MORRIS AUTO SUPPLY f BRAKES STARTER me.
'"' active participation In politics?
,, /,: A. Employees of the executive GENERATORS .REGS, AssociUfs
;:" '. I'" V r branch of ,the Federal Government RtMrt Travis &: lie. .,
J:, t V and. the Government of FINANCING AVAILABLE NAS'* lU Office.N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd.; 388-3583
;' the District of Columbia:, Including .riTTTTTTTT! I USNS-Moyport, J" Beach'. 1127 N'Ih'd'Sr.AJA)2.f6"6.f2J.' (
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6 / August 25, 1966 August 25, 1966 JAX AIR NEYfS/AFTERBURNER/ Pogt7 7 7tl

tl)\ i\\ Marine Corps Reserve Celebrates 50th Anniversary 1'+"1'

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. i4 *' ,;ws .%' ------- V In honor of the 50th Anniversary of t the United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1916to <.,. ff..' ",:.t. .
: 1966, Governor Haydon Burns and Mayor Lou Ritter of Jacksonville recently signed ,.J; :,', S ,
proclamations delcaring the week of August 22 2 to 30 as Marine Corps Reserve week.A .... S
i ; : luncheon of Retired, Reserve and Regular Marine Corps Officers, tl this Friday, .,
,, ', will hear a report on Vietnam by Major A. S. Ohlgren, Executive Officer of MARTD.
Highlight of the affair will be the cutting of a huge cake in honor of the 50th birthdayof T'T'S
__ : the Marine Corps Reserve. A5P '
I The Marine Corps Reserve was established by law on August 29, 1916. Between that : S : /
date and the end of World War II., the reserve grew from less than a platoon to a strengthof ,v... S St
315,000, men. Its present strength is over 130,000, officers and enlisted. S t ; '
I r The Marine Corps Reserve consists principally of the Ready Reserve of more than SSp SS
r lO'O.OOO, plus a small Standby Reserve and Retired Reserve. Each category of reserveis 747'
___ prepared to respond at a different point in the mobilization timetable. S 4 4I
There in the Reserve combat units and skilled Individualsas
tL are Ready both organized
, members of the first Marine
THE BEGINNING These ore reinforcements. The Organized Reserve of provides more than 300 ground and
i Reserve unit formed at Brooklyn, N. 'Y., in 1916' (Pho. ; --- I .-6'--
} Corps __ aviation units which are located d in 45 of the 50 stateS. These drill-pay units train one _, :
; to courtesy of H. A. McGee.) _1ItI weekend each month, and during two weeks of active service at regular forces training
facilities each summer. The majority of these units constitute the major elementsof VS'' SS
f fI I the 4th Marine Division/Aircraft/ Wing Team, organized, trained and equipped like< SS
\ its regular counterparts to be ready for action in time of war or national emergency. S A'' '
\ i1 _, ..* 'The more than 55,000, Ready Reservists who are not members of organized drill
\ pay units have served on active duty with the Marine Corps. They keep professionallyready I 15' I

through short tours of active duty for training, correspondence courses arid d through __1____ 4*_ IJ ..
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unpaid membership in Volunteer Training Units. Thereare presently nearly 200 of these

Volunteer Training Units scattered throughout., the country Members of the Standby WORLD WAR I STYLE .. Marines walk behind armored
Reserve and Retired Reserve are available to provide that measure of leadership and the base car S'
\ on In Haiti. S ,
experience which might be required in the event of war.
The Director of the Marine Corps Reserve is Brigadier General C. B. Drake,.lJSM.C, S S SS.4
the Deputy Director Is Colonel Owen M. Hines, USMCR.COVEY S

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----- TOYS FOR TOTS .. One of the/ foremost community ,relations
efforts in the Marine Corps today Is the "Toys for Tots"'* pro.

.4 -S 55 S SS 4 I J FHL4 iL gram. Begun in 7948, the drive is conducted annually by the
.4' .c L I- Marine Corps Reserve to provide needy children with toys at

TRIM/ MARINE TRIO .. These three were early enlistees// In Christmas Time.
BELLEAU WOODS .. Marines resting enroute to the front. the first women's' Reserve that served during the last war. -S __

PFC Mary Kelly (left) of New Jersery was secretary to Co// S S _________ '
A. S. McLemore, who headed the' Reserve. PFC's' May O'Kee.'/ I1 Bob's Oak Hill '

WESCONNETT FURNITURE Co. fe and Ruth Spikem of New York City, the youngest of the __
305 enlistees, served as messengers' for!, Maj./ Gen. George ,, Pure Service Center'
Barnett, former Commandant of the Marine Corps. [ -
USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW Open for your convenience 6 a.m. r- 10 p.m.

DESKS 10 -I_Lf iitq' 4 4:1t.5; '*# I j-;, raid! serlee. 'pick-ipl..,:& delivery. :: ', ;
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EASY CREDIT TERMS: HRS. 9a.m. 7pm. S 771-9156 Fla.

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MARINE OF FIGHTERS .. Fighter planes), taxi gracefully along 9 former S
Japanese airstrip In Guam. Captured by Mo Inc infantrymen, rebuilt by Leath. kr k- ;J; Z? Z-: ? 1
%rv engineers/ and in full scale operationvtifw by Marine aviation men, the Crete
Peninsula airfield/ was put into operation /|st 24 hours after its capture from


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M/Sgt, Joel Ferguson:
EXT. 400

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BAQ Being Considered grades.To .
allow single enlisted men to -
: Single enlisted men may soon live ashore and collect BAQ may he was officially inducted into the
(": be'able to live off base and require Congressional action Baseball Hall Of Fame at Cooper- i
? draw a basic allowance for quar- however since the law now per- stown, New York. ;I'
ters (BAQ)., mits only majors and above to Williams slammed 521 homers ) '
'. An article in the Parris' Island live ashore' and collect BAQ when over a 21-}'ear span with the/-
4 I. station newspaper reveals defense on .- station quarters are Inade- Boston Red Sox,.and was the laic;
: officials are working on a quate. major league player to hit over
directive authorizing such men The article states that the op- r .400 in a single season. Induction
to live ashore. Eligibility would inion that economic factors makeit ceremonies at Cooperstown::also'
depend upon the individual's commanding likely only senior enlisted included Hall of Fame admission
I, officer determining ((1)) will benefit from the proposed for Casey Stengel who"'guidedthe l
that the Individuals: duties permit policy, since the BAQ for lower New York Yankee*' : to five,
l' him to live ashore, and ((2)) grade enlisted may not be high straight World Serif.tttles.
the housing available for him on enough to offset off base rental Ted Williams ws..ippolnt$d a

station is inadequate.When costs. CIVIC/ ACTION/ WORKERS HONORED . Tnt cast and Marine Reserve., eon .lieutenant
: the bachelor housing M-16 Slated director of the/ "Today In Jacksonville" show of WFGA.TV on May 2.; #1agdsgron .
study results were first released was honored for their assistance and support of the Marine active dutyffcntU' J946t J
Marines in Vietnam will begin ,
when he returned tv'baball: ,
it considered :
; the article was 4t
says Corps Reserve Civic Action Fund for Vietnam through CARE
the M 16 rIDe'during
that the off base permis- using He was recalled'i t&active-duty.
.: ,, sion would be granted to bache- the fiscal year of 1967 accordingto LtCol. L. E. Loveffe, Commanding Officer/ of MARTD, presented on 'May..1952,44 month? after,
lor officers and senior enlisted MaJGen. William Van Ry- (left to right/ ) Virginia Alter, Warren Croke, Col. Lov- being promoted \to captain? in the '
: men only. Now it appears that zln G. 4 of the Marine Corps. cite, Edward McCullers and Thomas F. McGuire the director/ Marine Corps" Ffcserie. He d
i the directive will have ho bar MajGen. Van Ryzin, speaking (not shown) a Certification/ of Appreciation. The Vietnam Pro served in the Korea I area with ,
r., to men in the lower enlisted, before a House Subcommittee on gram to aid the Vietnamese/ people was presented to the viewers the.Fitst Marine Air_Wing front W.l

of WFGA on three shows during October and November February: t6. .July 1653. -After jI.
t i date the fund has raised/ 'overt300tJ, his return to the United State ;5 J
kick-off To
rTOI 7965, the days. '1''he "resumed his'' civilian! sta 4r'and
000 which/ Is used to schools, resettle' displaced Vie/ $.' : .
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August 25 7966 JAX AIR NEWs/AFTERBURNER Page

MOVIESMovies ,: Club Schedules

at the NAS Jax Theatre

will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS
this Sunday. The movie will be
8:15 Monday through Want\Ad Section
"Guns For A Coward". Mon- 1
Saturday. In addition to the
day Is Blind Date Night and Tues-
evening shows there will bea
two O CLUB: Dick Wilson will be day is Game Night. The Disc
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday entertaining at the club this Fri- Jockey Show Is this Wednesday.
Sundays and holidays. The
day night. Saturday's dance Ads shfuld be moiled to the Holt Publishing Company,
Hospital feature 7 have one music will be by Johnny Jelinek. HAS CECIL 1950Dicing' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive'
weekly at p.m. Tuesday Is Foreign Dish Night not late than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows featuring gourmet treats from EM CLUB Tonight Is game day. Adi arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the week at 5:30 and 8 many lands. The goumet treat night, starting at 7:45 p.m. The following week unless the publisher. instructed othervise. -
p.m. Matinees will be shownon for this Tuesday is Scandinavian special dinner will be a T -Bone ( A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
weekends 2 be received WITH the for the ad.
at p.m. copy
food. Family Night will be on Steak for $1.50. Friday Mel

Thursday, August 25 Wednesday featuring the cook- Gaden and his "Lazy RhYthmGirls" DO NOT SEND CASH
out on the patio. will be here for
musical enjoyment. Sunday your Phil RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin.s). . . . $2.00

with NAS Debbie- "The Reynolds Singing, and Greer Nun;" CPO CLUB: Tonight a Teen- Kay and the "darnels" will be Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .Y.o50APTS. !

Garson. age Dance on the patio featuringthe entertaining Monday thru Wed- r-

Hospital "Bambi Misunderstoods. Friday nesday Is "Happy Hour" from
,Animated -
Walt Disney Feature.C. Mark Castle will provide the 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. RENTALS: $50 DOWN REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -
Field "Days Of Wine dance music. Saturday will feature HOMES, ORANGE PARK REAL advice. 7 days a week.
and Roses," with Jack Lemmonand Frank Binders Combo.Thenon TY, 264-2411 Homes for sale, $100 Down.,
Lee Remick. Sunday music will be pro- CPO CLUB Friday's featureIs Equities, No Qualifying. Rent-

vided by the Bud Clark Combo. a Lobster and Shore Dinner SINGERS FOR $15 als. Homesite Lots, Acreage,

Friday, August 26 priced at $2.35, also music pro- SEWING MACHINES LEFT INStor'age Investments. WALTER T.BO'IEN -
ACEY DUCEY CLUB -Tonightwill vided by the sounds,of the ,Moon Reg. Broker USN Retired.
NAS "Merrill's Marauders"with be Sport night with films Lighters." Saturday's entertain- good condition fully 384-1376 .
Jeff Chandler and Ty Har- being shown. The Moonlighterswill ment will be the "Mark Castle electric, does everything comp-
lete with attachments. Yours for
provide music on Saturday Band" with special Kansas City EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD-
din.Hospital "The Singing Nun" night. On Sunday Mark Castle Steak Dinner for $1.35. Sunday storage charge; Only $15 each. ING Furniture Industry locatedIn

with Debbie Reynolds, and Greer and his band will play. Starting features a Roast Beef Dinner, Call warehouse, .353-1946, will Lexington, N, C. For details
deliver, obligations. A-l Sew-
Garson. at 5:30 p.m. is game night. adults $1.00,children$.50.Tues- Machine no write or send post card "to J. C.
ing Company.
C. Field "Marriage on the On Tuesday and every Thurs- day is Game Night commencingat WILLIAMS,.personal,HECKMAN
Rocks" with Frank Sinatra and day, Game Night Is held. 7:45 pm with a special on FURN HOUSE FOR RENT- CABINETS, Pickard Circle;

Dean Martin. Breaded Veal Cutlets for $1.50. 2BR, Lrg. living room; Nice Lexington, N. C. All Inquires

Saturday, August 27 BLUEJACKETS INN: Friday yard; $65 mo. 781-3170. answered.( l
March Wilson and the Redcoats
NAS ''Sex and The Single with his Go Go Girls will pro- USO NOTES Starting off withThursday's NO QUALIFYING: 3BR 1 1/2 WANTED RETIRED NAVAL
B Bit In R &
Fried yd, Personnel, to train as managerfor
Girl"with Natalie Wood and Tony refreshment the
vide the music. Saturday Phil night
back $88.10 mo/DUKE:
porch, large National Food Chain.
Curtis. Cay and his Go Go Girls will be events this week include Friday'sCinderella LOSTUMBO
BKR. 7710374. Call 724 6387. Also pantime"help
Hospital "Merrill's Maraud- featured. On Sunday starting at Hop. Ladies' Choice
ers" with Jeff Chandler and Ty 2 p.m. Phil Cay with his GoGo Night will be held this Saturdayat : -- needed. jt ,
Hardin.C. Girls will star, and then at 8 p.m. the USO. Vespers and refreshments SEVERAL POSITIONS Available ORANGE PARK2BR APT
FIElD "A Thousand March Wilson with the Redcoatswill will be held at the in Jacksonville and Mayport Furs or unfurn, bit in elect.
Clowns" with Jason Retards: and make the scene. St. John's Presbyterian Church areas. Military Backgroundwould Kitchen A/C "No lease re-:
Barbara Harris. be helpful. A rewarding -
******** .**.*.** for the gh red" 2646884. ...
career possible RETIRING? ? ?
Sunday, August 28 Man. Write the
Right to Regional -
NAS "To Trap A Spy" with Director, P.O. Box 13177, Then consider owning a fran
Robert VaughanHospital Orlando, Fla...32809TEMPORARY
chise, the surest and safest way.
"Sex and the Single HELP: STENOS,

Girl" with Natalie- Wood and Tony Oreat Music Typists, Key punch operators, We can recommend many from

Curtis. for temporary assignments as $1000 to more than 50000.Come
C. Field "Bambl" Animated To Eat Or eat (you are available. TEMPORARY and see ;us.. No obligation, and>I' '
Walt Disney Feature. TALENT 1130 ACLBLDG.- itis- our proud boast that :no

Monday,.,August 29 Pizzas 0753. i client of ours ever failed.H...

NAS "The Sandpiper" with Write .
or phone '
BR unfurn house. Nr. Schools.,
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Associated Business CounselorsSuite
5 min. NAS 264 6884
Burton : .
2Q, Kogerama 1914
Hospital "To Trop A Spy" SHIKBn MOTOR SCOOTER CUSHMAN Boulevard Center, Jacksonville

with Robert Vaughan.C. C FARIOR Huskey Good condition '$75. Phone 399 1929
Field "Merrill's Marauders" -
with Jeff Cnahdler and Ty 4420 BLANDING BLVD. Ph. EVa 2574. 'PIANO FOR SALE SPINET -
Hardin. TRAILER LOTPRIVATE$25.00Month Walnut Finish Beautiful & almost -

Conv. NAS, Cecil & new $450' 388 8269.
Tuesday 30
schools. 7275 Norka Drive. 771-

George Peppard and Elizabeth DARK BEER-PHONE 771-2233 SACRiFICE DECORATORS Band with motors Make offer-
388 8269.CREDIT ,
Ashley. Bring a Music Lover Modern lIv. rm. furniture:Setee, .
Hospital "The Sandpiper"with tables, chairs. Phone 733-3609. "
Richard Burton. 1965 Fury Plymouth III, 4 dr.
C. Field "Merrill's Maraud- AFTER SERVICE WHAT ? ? Hardtop. 14,000 miles, one-
ers" with Jeff Chandler and Ty Interested in an executive car- owner car all power, ready to
Hardin. eer? DIAL Finance Company, go, $1850. Phone 384 4121
one of the largest and fastest or Jax. Ext. 8507 or 8508.
Wednesday, August 31 FOR ALL THOSE BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS.. growing firms in the field of

NAS "The Wild Affair" consumer finance offers genuine NO QUALIFYING '3 BDR .

with Nancy Kwan and TerryTho- career opportunities if you Hardwood floors, enclosed pan-
have these qualifications: age eled Porch Large comer lot -
mas.Hospital "The Third Day" 21 30, high school education, close to schools, bus stop on
with George Peppard and Eliza- pleasing personality, ability to corner, newly painted inside &
beth Ashley.. develop judgement, ambition to out fenced back yard many
C. Field "Sex and The Single advance. Call R. B. Howard nice features 2745 LakeshoreBlvd.

Girl" with Natalie Wood and Tony 359 2895, 5256 Beach Boule- ., 10 min. to Jax NAS, 15
Curtis. vard or M. N. Starbird 356 min to Cecil Field, Phone 387-

ev ar 0735, 241 West Forsyth Street. 2444 for appointment to see.


CuFt. $27,50 Ph. EV8. 2574. HOUSE 2 BR, 2 car gar.,

The Technical High School of child's playhouse,Cm.Timuqua-
Jacksonville Is offering Home BOAT FOR SALE 14 FT. FIBERGLASS na & Seaboard, Call 771 2081.
Economics Education classes for Dotble Bottom Triple -
adults (Duval County) which Keel Whaler Excellent
might be of Interest to both Fishing boat $250. 3888269.
civilian employees and their Part time held Wanted Day or
families.! VOLKSWAGEN SQUAREBACK Night. Good pay, pleasant work-
SEDAN 1966, like new, black.Lt Ing cond. Call Mr. McArthur
Fall classes in clothing con- / (jg) Crebo, Cecil Field EXT. 781 4688. McDonalds Hamburgers y
struction and tailoring,both basic 523 or 387 1174. 6546 Normandy Blvd.
and advanced, and hostess and Let Us Help You With A Credit. Union Lorn -- -

being offered on a .. _, _.. .
are It "- ce4it U.i.A
day and evening schedule at the ..p.y..* -..>.... |t... ....'....V. tnl.r*.>..*.. >r..U... anrf y.
..... M. M ..... i.r._ S. wr .... y. .-4, ..... '_ Be creativeWrite :i
school located at 129KingStreet. .. II._*CASH IF.iir. rCr*..u.....

Registration for all classes You OWl writ Ad Liaes Oily $2.0.0"
must be made In person. Those J Afe fede/teit "'
signing up for day classes will % y .
register on Tuesday, August 30 :

and Wednesday August 31, between CR f/T lIWONJAX MqL..
9 a.m. 3 p.m. Regis-

tration forevening classes will be HAS BLDG. 39 Cecil Fi.U BU,. 26
conducted from 6-8 p.m. ort T.I. 364-4121 B... Eat 8507 T.I SP V3211 E.l. 205
Tuesday, August 30. The regis- ....s: M tration Is being held In Room 3

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I Two Jax Swimmers Skim To Streamlined Golf Club Is ProductOf

Double Wins In Novice Meet Many Diverse AncestorsNew

Rick Steubben and Robert Nichols, 1st In the 100-yard free

Smalling of the Navy Jax and 2nd in the 100-yard breast; York (NAPS) -- Whack I land, with a copy of a Yorkshire less broke record upon record.
Swim Team distinguished them- Kathy Rockford, 1st in the 50- That's the sound heard 'round newspaper dated 1741. A far cry Allan Robertson, with hickory
selves last week by being the yard back; Ronna Cooper, 3rd the nation as millions of Ameri- from today's scientifically designed clubs and gutta percha balls,
only double winners in the Florida in the 50 yard back; Nancy cans tee-off on more than 4,900 fiber glass shafted shattered all precedent by scorIng -

Crown Novice Swimming League Viola, 2nd In the 50 yard golf courses. But whether you're clubs, all six woods and two ironsof a 79 at St. Andrews in 1858,
championships.Both breast: and Becky Billingsly2nd; a long-time player or just get- this historic find are shafted and this record stood until Young

boys finished first In In the 25 yard breast. ting Into the swing of golf-- with ash. Only one wood and one Tom Morris made a 77 In
whether you play with the new iron have grips. The woods are 1869.
in held
two events meet
16 the Beaches participants were permitted fiber glass clubs of space-age leaded and boned, the lead extending Golf was being Influenced by the
Monday, August at in
to only two
Aquatic Club. The champ- strokes.On origin or use grandfather's woods from near the toe to industrial revolution when the
ionship meet Is held at the com and irons -- chances are you're two thirds of the way to the true rubber came into the game at
of the which unaware of the fascinating history the beginning of the 20th century.
pletion league competes Wednesday, the 17th, heel.Throughout
only during the summer Navy Jax boys returned to the behind the golf club. the 18th century, And these two factors wrought
The ancient Romans played a clubs were hand made by art- major changes in the clubs and the
months. Youngsters, ranging In Beaches Aquatic Pool to
competeIn game called paganlca, which involved isans at the few golf courses methods by which they were
age from 8 14, are eligibleto the Annual Distance Swim
join the league. Meet. The boys Robert Small- the use of open country- then in existence. One expert, produced, as craftsmanshipmoved
ball stuffed with McEwan, made his club- of the individual
Ing, Carl Kaniosky, and Rick and side, a Douglas out pro-
:' Young Stuebben, swimming the Mickey Stuebben all finished In feathers -- and a bent stick.In heads from small cuts of hedge- fessional's shop and into the fact

b. the 9-10 division, finished firstin the top six of their events.. the first century before thorne which had been planted on
the 50 yard free and 50- : Christ when the Romans overran sloping banks so that the stems ory.The new hard rubber ball

yard back, while eight year- Smalling finished first In the Europe, crossed the Channel,and grew at an angle at the root and brought about the use of persimmon -
old Robert Smalling won the 25- 50-yard free, Kaniosky was 2nd occupied parts of England and created a natural bend for the and, later, laminated club-

yard free and 25 yard butter- in the 200 yard free, while Scotland, they brought their game<< neck. heads. Dropforging almost
WI-! fly.Five the Stuebben boys, competing in It took some 1500 years to refine By the first half of the 19th completely replaced handforg
NJST girls also placed In the 100 yard free, finished2nd the game and add straight century, clubs had come to be ing in the fashioning of iron

.. their e\ents.. They were: Cathy ( Mickey ) and 6th (Rick). clubs; and by 1457, "golfe" had divided into classesdrivers; clubs, and faces were deepenedto
become so popular In Scotland spoons, irons and putters. Since accommodate the livelier ball
that it threatened the practiceof the game at this time was still and were machine lined to Increase -
archery for defense and was played with a leathercoveredball the spin on the ball in

promptly outlawed by the King stuffed with feathers, all flight., Stainless steels replaced
i and Parliament. of the clubs tended to be long and carbon steels. Seamless steel
But the Introduction of gun- slender. But soon after the Introduction shafts took the place of hickory

powder near the end of the 15th of the harder gutta -- and, if the newtrend continues,
-I' 4JI-1: Century lessened the importanceof percha (rubber like) ball in will be replaced eventually with
I archery and restored golf to 1848, club makers recognizedthe fiber glass reinforced plastic.
E the people. new strain on the thin clubs
of the shaft
The earliest known club -maker and changed their design. Improvement was
was William Mayne of Edin- Wooden heads gradually be accompanied by the general Introduction -

"$* I Ia burgh, who received a Royal War- come shorter and squatter in rather than of named numbered clubs clubs, and,

: rant as club maker and spear- shape. Hard thorn was discardedfor by the merchandising of matchedsets.
maker from James VI in 1603. the softer apple, pear and
Among the oldest known clubsis beech in the heads, and leather Where formerly a golfer
a set of six woods and two insets appeared in the faces. seeking new clubs went throughan
rack until he found
I irons found In a walled up Hickory, which originally came
that "felt and then triedto
closet of a house at Hull, Engowl.rsSt.rt from Russia and later from Ten- right"
find other clubs of similar
; : nessee, replaced ash in the mak-
ing of shafts. feel, he now bought a wholeset

Ti Just as the introduction of the manufactured to impart the

2W..kcL.t. more flexible hickory shafts in same feel.

The Intramural Bowling League this period greatly improved the The golf club has come a long
caliber of play, so the new torque -
finally, got underway last way In 2,000 years -- from a
resistant fiberglass shaftsof
after week simple bent stick to scientifically
Thursday a two
", DOUBLE WINNERS Rick/ Stuebben and Robert Smalling delay while the air conditionerat present day clubs pro- designed and matched wood and'
I .... of the Navy Jax Swim Team shared the honor of being the only the Jax Bowling Center was mise to do the same. In fact Irons with supple fiber glass

double winners In last week's novice swim meet. being repaired. scientific tests with machinesthat shafts. You owe it to yourselfand
ti The National League started hit all balls the same way, your game to get the clubs
stroke show that clubs
every that are best for
the action with total
U. S. Navymen of Operation NATTCGolfTeam of twelve season off.a This with fiber glass shafrs drive
teams pairing
DEEP FREEZE living in Antarctica uear there will be four leagues the ball further and more accurately I I I J

.. experience temperaturesonthe each) instead of the than those with con-
((13 teams
average, about 30 degrees three. ventional shafts. NEXT WEEK:

colder than those In ,the Arctic.. Won Lost customary The schedule for the leagueshas Lacking the unmatched suppleness "Whistling in the Rigging"Next

the American League bowl- and whip of fiber glass, week'5 Question. .
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Lucky 7 4 0
NFO 3 1
WAS Falcons B 3 1

Blu 3 1 : -
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MAN KNOWS ALL THE Caduceus 1. 3 _;

Pizzans 1 3
J Ficeur Chiefs 0 4

Neptunes 0 4

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T"WeWuz Robbed" Fliers Smash Four Homers, 15 Hits fIn ;. .. J ,

now and then venture ,Into the

L1A By Ned FellersThe world of sports 6ND First '66 Tournament WM _

dusty archives of baseball history
are stuffed with the namesof ;'
past pitching immortals who, with two out and the winning runs CHARLESTON, S. C. An 619; that computed on 13 wins i *
on base In the "ninth, have managed to pitch themselves out of the impressive barrage of four and eight defeats NABTC CHARLESTON, S.C. The .(. :
proverbial jam and retire the last man on a strikeout. homers produced by theJaxNavy Pensacola tops the list witha Jax Navy Fliers, fresh from /
And the fan, generally more caustic toward batsman who failed Fliers pushed the local Softball .714 on 15 victories six an opening game victory the :\1' ;
the golden opportunity, may remember his name longer than the past NAS Atlanta, 13-5 in their defeats no team in this 6ND Tournament scored their .'.
pitcher's who came through.Yet shall be second win Monday night whan "
initial game of the Sixth Naval year's tournament required -
one of the game's greatest strikeout hurlers belonged to District Tourney last Sunday. to play more than two they defeated NAS Cecil Field, th-
neither the National or American leagues. Because the man was games on any single day, (whew) 6 3. R. Brown, F. Hicks .r
minor league has somehow never been a deterrent. baseball's Flier John Jackson had two the 1965 was Charleston and D. Qiinn collected) three '.
man" lives on In Satchel of the homers (one Inside the hits for the
"unknown Paige like memory as part ofa Navy in the series held at NAS apiece Fliers,
legend that never loses its flavor. park ) plus an additional hit to Memphis Coach McCafferysays who still in the winners bracket -
Ernest Thayer, the sportswriter who covered Mudville's contest boot. Tom Thomas, (Fleet Wea- Memphis again looks strong ,played another powerhouse, :r
that day over 75 years ago, gives his description of perhaps thecentury's ther) also hit one out of Charleston's along with Key West, (get em NAS Key West Tuesday night.
most famous last strike: park and picked up two hits Fliers) . the Amateur Softball Don Stewart was relieved ){:.'
"The sneer Is gone from Casey's lip his too. Association Rules as adoptedby by "Big John" Littleton <,'
teeth are clenched in hate; Pitcher "Big John" Little the International Joint Rules before the contest was over. ," '
He pounds with cruel violence his bat upon ton, who went the distance, also Committee on Softball govern Information as to how'' the .(-
the plate. hit one of four gopher balls ser- play in this year's action, (no Fliers are fairing is being 1 .
Arid now the pitcher holds the ball, and now ved up by Atlanta's losing pit- cheating) . a total of 16 kept on a special chart in'the 'j S.
he lets it go, cher. The big pitcher had his awards will be provided for the office of the Athletic Director, J ,
And now the air Is shattered by the force own troubles however, when he winning team, (yea). Building 3. $K '\
of Casey's blow. hit a game total of five batters "
Oh! somewhere in this favored land the sun which undoubtedly set some sort 1. ,
is shining bright; of record itself. I
The band is playing somewhere and some-
Frank Hicks the .
speedy out- Kt
where hearts
are light.
fielder also collected three of-
And somewhere men are laughing,and some
our total of 15 hits.
where children shout;
But there is no joy in Mudvllle .. mighty The Fliers played NAS Cecil ,
Casey has struck out." Field Monday night. Resultsof w r

Alas,the winning 'pitcher forever unnamed, slides backward into that encounter will be IncludedIn ,
the mists of time. another story on these sport iX
That's baseball. pages if the information is avail- "
able before deadline time.In .. ;{"

Navy Grid Coach Fleets! Hopis On other first round actionit .. >

I was Key West 12, Sanford 1,
Imprwtd OfftMst As Drills Memphis 8, NCTC Pensacola 4; ,
Open Cecil Field 5, Glynco 2. 'If

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (NAV- and six touchdowns. One of his
NEWSP Coach Bill Elias major targets this all is likelyto *.*.*.** .J
begins mapping plans for Navy's be flanker Tom Leiser, who 1
football campaign when the Mid- made the switch from a running Facts and figures on this year's
shipmen assemble here tomor- halfback spot during spring 6ND Softball Tournament cur-
row for their opening fall drill drills.. rently underway at Fletcher FieldU.

The team will actually report The heart of the offensive line S. Naval Station, Charleston' This, is a helping hand!
today to stage the annual one- is a 6 foot 6 All American South Carolina . the lax
day stand for: jphotographers.: center candidates, Harry Ditt-, Navy Fliers last won the event in -'
Elias anticipates approximately mann. 1963; finished as'runner up .. You getonefreeA '
100 candidates for, the varsityand In 1964 from the tourney's .. '
junior varsity to turn out The Midshipmen open in Anna- Inception in 1961 until last year, with loan
on opening day. polis against Boston College Sept. the Fliers sport the third best every
Initially, Elias' camp routine 17th. won lost percentage record ..:
will call for two drills daily, from C. I.T. I
at 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. He t.
expects to continue the two a-
day sessions until approximatelytwo I ",'
weeks before the opening In fact, you may get two helping hands. We try mighty l.
game. "We hope to also have at
least three scrimmages underour 0 hard to fit the loan to your needs. You may need money. '

belt by the opener," Elias to pay solve personal problems,..f or emeV.?? '

says. gencies.Whatever your need, remember that Universal '
"Everyone anxiously await- .
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this team has a great deal of lend a helping hand. ,
potential. Spring practice gave us
the strong Impression that oui -ii OVER 450 OFFICES FROM COAST TO COAST

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a sophomore in '65, and lett- OfrltaParMOn I I
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Special trophies will be awardedto ,,
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