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Jax air news
Place of Publication:
United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 3, 1967


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Bluejackets Inn took on agne began to be poured and the prized, for you have been sel- ')> '.j
the appearance of a banquet: hall toasting began. The toasting was ected over one hundred seventy $ ,, .. .(

Monday evening, while champ- followed by the singing of many eight other enlisted women attached "" ..,,
agne glasses were raised toasts reminiscent songs which told the to this complex. Your .
proposed and accepted,and songs story of the Navy WAVES. high standards of professional i' ,1t
were sung In a myriad of different The high point of the eveningwas competence motivation patriotism .........,)) ":' ;. :

harmonies.The the announcement of the HAS devotion to duty,appearance ,
cause of the celebrationwas WAVE of the Year. RAdm. and other personal attributes -
Caldwell the .:...>..; //1;: ;
the WAVES Silver Anniver guest 'speaker for reflect great credit upon ..'t ,'{ ., .
,sary. the evening made the,announce* you and the United States Naval '

The banquet: was attended by ment and the presentation of the Service." .. :' :;' :',: >: / .., :
over 175 people including guests traditional bouquet of roses, to He futher added "In your'selection I I
f of honor, WAVES, their escorts Seaman Mary Lou Kamarad,secretarial as1 WAVE of the Year you TOP WAVE. Seaman Mary Lou Kamarad Is all smiles, after :

and:! guests. assistant to Captain may take pride in knowing that receiving notification of her selection as Wave of the Year. .:

The itinerary for the evening Stack, commanding officer of the you best typify the highest trad- RArlm. H. H. Caldwell, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, prosen -

included a cocktail hour featur- station. itions of the WAVES as well as fee/ the 21 year old/ Wove 'with the bouquet. 'I
ing hors d' oeuvers and cocktails Admiral Caldwellalso presented those of the United States Navy.
followed by a buffet which Seaman Kamarad with a letter Well done." A dm.
included a menu of roast beef, from himself which acknowledged Other gifts presented to Sea- Smedberg Visits

ham and turkey with all the the newly bestowed honor man Kamarad, some donatedby 1
trimmings. The letter read in part; "this local merchants and the var-
Following the buffet, champ- unique award should be highly ious clubs on base. Included a /ax Relief VolunteersMembers

luggage piece silver sterling

: Captain Stack Receives meat platter imported glassware of the Navy Relief (Ret.) executive secretary of the :'

several gift certificates Society gathered at the Officers Jacksonville Auxiliary. \
I, and a $50 savings bond. Club July 27 for a luncheon in Admiral Smedberg made his

Letter of Appreciation Seaman Kamarad said, "Icon honor of retired VAdm. WilliamR. Jacksonville visit while enroute
sider It an honor and a privIlege Smedberg HI. from San Diego Calif., where he
have been
to selected from
I The acting Secretary of the During the July news confer- The other WAVE nominations, Admiral Smedberg who retired -

Navy Robert H. B. Baldwin, ence in which Captain Stack made whom I feel are outstanding as Chief of Naval Personnel .
is president of the
has sent letter, of appreciationto the open housing announcement WAVES." Navy ,

NAS Jacksonville's commanding he complimented local owners She added, "I still _can not believe Relief Society. -4PXO
The of the admiral'svisit
on their and said purpose (
officer. cooperation that I was chosen but I
The letter cited Capt. Martin the solution to this problem would feel so very proud.."> to Jacksonville was to meet a
for help solve the Navy's local members of the Navy Relief -
J. Stack his efforts in reaching personnel
an open housing agreement morale ,and retention problems. (Continued on Page 2)Fw ) Society. He met with vol-
unteers from both the air station ,
wunowners, and -.
managers operators k'y
of and Mayport Naval Station.At .
apartments motels and
the luncheonAdmiralSmedberg
mobile-home facilities surrounding -
L the base. commented on, the;.recent,
Jto : drive. -Hestaterf.'ihat'
annuaJNAvy..Relief ,
''Captain Stack announcedthe' ; :
: ; ,,' 'is It
agreement by local owners-during not :only the:; "
society's.intention to raise funds
a July 19 news conferencehere.
",' but primarily to make naval Per- ,

Hie announcement followed .-,._,. sonnel aware that the, society J

extensive survey and a meetingbetween ..... exists and is available to meet .
.tl..1 the needs of naval personnel, a
Department of Defense '.f.tttr. 1
during times of emergency.
officials and the local businessmen .
last month. ; Admiral Smedberg also mentioned -
Baldwin's'letter Ia. ":' that he was gratified at
to ,
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Stack read, "I fully realize that t.. ,l ,. '. ; :: Fw \ the attended large number the of I uncheoDoVolunteers volunteerswho
this 1
success was possible only
because of your personal Involvement I' .. ... .,.. from Cecil Field, p ..
enthusiasm and careful Mayport, Glynco Sanford, as
handling of a sensitive issue. well as Jax attended the lunch-

"You have demonstrated an uncommon .'
knowledge of and ability ...' :.. eon.Among, the dignitaries in attendance -
..; were Capt. Martin J.
to deal with the social and .
economic climate and ..<, Stack CO of NAS Jax, as well Admiral Smedberg
pressuresin .
the civilian community surrounding .. ... as vice president of the Jacksonvile -
command. I also auxiliary of the Navy Relief was the principle speaker at the :

fully realize your that your efforts Society; Mrs. H.H.Caldwell 25th Waves.anniversary reunion of the .
of Volunteer
honorary chairman
have placed an additional bur- Following his visit here the
,. den on you over and above the 4a !Rt Women; Mrs. Lucy Resico; executive admiral was planning to take a
of the
w secretary May-
great responsibility you bear as
short vacation.
commanding officer of a large 94 r t port Auxiliary; Mrs. M. J.Stack

and complex installation such as I t f chairman of the Jacksonville
: ? 1t Auxiliary and Capt. S. E. Wright CONSOLIDATIONOn
Jacksonville Naval Air Station. ; +\
; 8 ,August, citizens of
Duval .County will go to the
it t TalacastsShowGanaral '' ".9 h DetachmentCompletes ( polls toi i i ; { a measure .I
'<' recently'approved by the Fla. .
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f f Walt Legislature namely to consolidate \
..t:: :'\ the ,
; i'i ....'\ governments now
Guadalcanal ,I operating within the County :
l into a single governmental (
f[ Two programs of interest to ,. ;: .; Photo MissionHeavy structure.

the U. S. Marine Corps are sch- .. .. We in the military are members i'
eduled to be telecast within the '> .i'. Photographic Squadron62's of two communities -- ,

, next few days. ,Rr ... Detachment 19 returned here the military activity to which ;;
,' Lt. Gen. Lewis Walt will appear Monday following a three month we are assigned and the com I
on the Mike Douglas Show deployment to European areas. munity in which we live.,As .
r' at 4:30 this afternoon. Officer in-Charge LCdr. W. servicemen and women, we (
y; The program is syndicated and s D. Baldwin, four officers and 39 are dedicated to the principleof
f will be shown at various times enlisted men made up the de- free self government.

; throughout the country during the I ta dune nt. As membersofaciviliancom-
l next seven weeks. ,- Operating from airfields in munity we have the respon- :
. Monday, the NBS Today Show Spain Iceland United Kingdom sibility to exercise our rightto j
: will feature the 25th anniversary Denmark and Germany detach- vote in matters affectingour I

r- of the Guadalcanal landing. The Y 4. ment crews photographed large particular area. ':
20 minute segment will be narrated sections of various northern Eu- I urge each of you who is ;

r. by Robert Goralski and will .. ropean and Mediterranean count a qualified voter in Duval j
include interviews with Marines ... ries., County to cast your ballotin I
r .. 6t The will be used by
r' who fought at Guadalcanal photos this vital local election. !
,_ 's. agencies in producing charts for
t F In a Corps-wldemessage.Gen. H. H. Caldwell

.If Wallace M. Greene: Jr., com- AMHl E. L. Mfnc/ big welcome aviation and ground usage. Rear Admiral
mandant of the Marine Corps WELCOME HOME gets o The detachment was met at the
expressed his desire for all Mar- home kiss from his wife and a "HI daddy!" from his two small air terminalbyawelcomingcor: Commander

ines to view these programs if children following a three month deployment with a YAP -62 mittee, consisting of families Fleet Air Jacksonville1'ItINI.1McI
and friends.
possible. detachment. .. . . .'. .... .. . .
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August 3, 1H

''''------.., Accident Report ;
Dungaree Don'tsBy ,
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Due to the alarming number of traffic accidents that occur in '
Ed Sowa Duval County, Jax Air News, through the cooperation of the Duval

Whenever' we see men at work -- hard, dirty work -- they are County Patrol, will publish monthly statistics regarding accidentsin
usually dressed in dungarees or coveralls of some type or other. ROMAN CATHOLICSt. this area,together with specific locations where accidents were
Dungarees serve the purpose well. They are durable and need most prevalent.
less replacement than other types of cloth. Edward's Oiopv/ '1 1 Kprj Men In the Navy are no exception to hard dirty work. There are SUNDAY MASS cfttltf.l '''-Wiffl/i46 injuries, seven of which were fatal. The estimated costA

some personnel whohave Jobs that require them to wear dungarees and U a.m. VtIOT'fJi1... $244,612.petty damage resulting from June's accidents ,was.
rather than the standard Navy uniform. DAILY MASS. 11:30a.m.?
There is one fact that should be remembered regarding the wearingof SATURDAY MASS 9:00 Thus far for this year, there have been 3,498 accidents, with
dungarees. Dungarees when worn during the performance of an CONFESSIONS '. Saturday a.m. 2.047 injuries, 37 of which were fatal. The estimated cost of
assigned duty or 'job is to be considered as a uniform, and. as such, 5 p.m 5:30 p.nY.&7 7:30 p.m. property damage resulting from the year's' accidents thus far
it is subject to inspection and regulation. was 1477735.
Some of the points that personnel should be aware of regarding the TOP FIVE ACCIDENT LOCATIONS
wearing of dungaree uniforms are as follows: all uniforms should be U.S. Nuvo// Hospital

stenciled in the proper fashion as prescribed by regulations. They Ho. Location Total l Fatal l Injured/ Damage
should be kept in good repair, that is, they should not be torn or SUNDAY MASS .8 a.m.
excessively, soiled. Atlantic 29 0 21S12,480
Most divisions hold' dungaree inspections in which personnel are # 1 Beach Blvd. 29 2 27 S23,125
required to show that their uniforms are in presentable condition. PROTESTANT'- .
Of course, one does not expect the dungarees to stay spotlesslyclean r *- .,
during, the course of a working day (this would defeat the very All! ,Salnfs! Chapel j Jgewoocl 24 0 J2 S8,05
purpose In,wearing of dungarees,) but the dungarees,should at least .: ..... '} '- //Lrr, e' ,
be presentable and worthy of being called a Navy uniform. DIVINE SERVICE- -IOa.m.SUNDAY '
There are however certain occasions when dungaree uniforms are SCHOOL 9 a.m. t j3 University: 22 0 8 S6,605
not allowed, even though they are recognized uniforms. One of' Chapel'Annex, Bldg. 722 i
these exceptions is the quarterdeck area of Building One (outside CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m.

the admiral's and commanding officer's office). Here respect Chapel Center Bldg. 751 Lem Turner 20 0 J9 S9, 115
demands that Naval personnel be In the prescribed uniform of the WEDNESDAY # 4 Road
day -- other than dungarees. Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. I:
There is no disgrace in wearing of dungarees, but at times a THURSDAY
little more respect should be shown to senior officers. Young Adult Group 7 p.m. # 5 Roosevelt 18 0 13 S9,447 I
There are also regulations regarding jhe wearing of dungareesoff Christian Science Service I II
base. In essence,It is not permitted by regulations that personnelwear -a n.m.
dungarees off base. They must be In the uniform of the day or SECOND MONDAY of Each Month *** Parking Lots 80 0 6 $10,198P0's 1
proper civilian attire whenever they enter qr leave through the Chapel Women's Guild -
main gate.It - -9:30a.m.:
has been noticed that certain personnel have been negligent in (Chapel Center)
these matters, thus this editorial should serve as a reminder. It is
hoped that this problem will be corrected in the future. Have pridein U.S. Naval Hospital l Eligible for Degrees
your uniform -- be it dungarees or whites. but be certain that ,
you wear it properly and In'the authorized areas and duties.
/ SUNDAY SERVICE .. 10 a.m.

Sticks and Stones Traffic Commission Under NESEPThe

Navy Is offering an uninterrupted high school graduates or have
r ViolationsThe four year college completed three years of high
By Lt. Thomas F. Johnson CHC, USHR program together with a com- school and posseess a GED equi-
following is a report of mission In the Regular Navyto valent to a grade of 75 per cent
A man was dining with a friend in a restaurant; the friend lost I motor vehicle accidents and traffic all interested and career min- or above a "B" in each of the test
his temper and gave vent to a round of oaths. Hastily, he apologized violations for the period July ded petty officers. areas.A .
with the words, "I'm sorry. ,I don't mean anything by these out' 25-31. The Navy Enlisted Scientific GCT/ARI combined score
bursts. Forgive me, please." The man ,replied, "Don't say you Number of Accidents Education Program, commonly of at least 115 is required:waivers -
mean nothing by it. watch this." He took a tumbler and filled it This .: .10 referred to as NESEP, allows for this requirement will
full of water, carefully setting it down on the table. The he clenchedhis Total Accidentsthisyearthrpugh enlisted ,,personnel to attend a not be considered.
fist and smashed it down on the table. Ofl'course, water Jumpedout of the tumbler. Then he said, "Nothing splashes out of that glass Number Accidents through July gram which leads to a baccalaureate 'officer candidates in the Man- \
that was not first inside it, and nothing comes out of your lips that .. 210Total degree in engineering, ual of the Medical Departmentmust
is not first in your heart. Your speech is dead give away. Whenwe number of days since last science, or mathematics.Once be met, but certain wai-
shout mean words it is because there is meanness in us." Injury in a motor vehicle accepted for the pro- vers for corrective vision will '
"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never accident .5 gram,candidates receive ordersto be considered. "
hurt me," is the phrase we yelled' as a child. Now as adults, we Number of Violations either the Naval Preparatory Interested personnel must submit '!
know the power of the word. We say of a respected man, "he is This ..34Speedi School at Bainbridge, or the Service a letter of application to the
as good as his word" and his word is good. Words can be good, .6 School Command,San Diego, Office of the Chief of Naval Per-
upbuilding, and lifegiving! or they can be vicious, poisonous, des- Reckless Driving. . 1 for approximately nine weeks of sonnel no later than October.
tructive. As the story suggests, that which comes out of us is a Going through Stop Signs. 6 temporary duty and instruction. Included in the letter of application -
reflection of that which is inside. The ugliness of gossip, of using Other Violations . 21 Candidates attend a summer must be a' handwritten
words as a double edged sword across the back fence or across preparatory session where they statement by the applicant stat-
the coffee cup in the office, says more about he who speaks than of Twenty-six drivers appeared receive refresher training in the ing the reasons he desires to participate -
the center of conversation. Words have a subtle destroying power before the Traffic Hearing Boardat fields of mathematics, physics, in the program.
more effective than the M 16 rifle. The tragedy Is that the "gossipper the meeting held on Tuesday. and English composition and usage Also to be included In the
," as well as the "gossipee" is injuried.Is Disposition of the cases includedthe as well as orientation into letter of application are medical
your tongue convened? Read James 3:1: 13. Let us '"give following : Two lost drivingand college academic requirements. examination report, medical his
pride of place to one another in esteem." Use words wisely. parking privileges aboard station Candidates are again interviewed tory, statement of personal his-
for various periods; five and tentatively assigned to tory, security questionnaire and
Moral and Legal ObligationSAN were assigned to complete an a major field of study and a high school transcripts.For .
eighthour course in remedial college or university listed with further information

DIEGO, CALIF., ,. (NAVNEWS) . Every man hasa driving at NATTC; 0 were assigned the Chief of Naval Personnel. regarding this program consult
to complete a six-hour Upon satisfactory completionof Bupers Instruction 1510.69 K. '
moral and legal obligation to support his and family. It
should be noted that in keeping'with this fact of life, the Navy course In remedial driving at the summer session the candidates -
Jax Police Academy; four received commence their college Wave Anniversary
has promulgated a clear policy with regard to men who shirk
suspensions; four were programs at the start of the fall
their obligation to dependents. \given warnings; five wore dismissed semester. (Continued from Page One)
Members of pay grade E-4 with less than four years' of service
and those in grades below E-4 are 'required to register allotments.The [ ; three were fined (U.S. This program is open to both Lt. Elizabeth Smith acted as
,COMMISSIONER); and Jght're- male and female applicants.They, Mistress of
Ceremonies for the
fact that E-4's with four of '''ferred ,
over years service and membersof to commanding officers may be, married or single but evening.t Besides
pay grades E-5 and above are not required to register allot- for possible disciplinary action. must "be, ,over .21. years' of age introducingthe
numerous dignitaries and invited -
ments in no way minimizes their obligation to support lawful Twenty six drivers were assessed and on active duty.
dependents according to minimal standards. total of 25 guests of honor, Lt. Smith
a points. To apply, applicants must be presented the attending guests
The career ot a member who fails to support his dependents with Mrs.E.Morrisey an original
will be severly jeopardized if he does not take satisfactory action. Yeomanettefrom the state of Vermont -
He may become ineligible to re-enlist or extend his enlistmentand who served during W. W.I
will be subject to administrative or: disciplinary action which along with her daughter, Mrs.
may result in separation from the Navy. The Bureau of Naval Anne Seecrist, who served In
Personnel may direct that a member either register an allot- ,the WAVES during W. -W. II
ment to his dependents, or else be processed for separation.It The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News- Among the selectees for the
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Wave of the
paper Year Honor
should be noted that a man is not entitled to BAQ? when he were;
refuses to support dependents, and that the Family Allowance Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing SKI Phyllis A. Patsch (NATTC),
Activity can check such a man's pay for any BAQ received duringa Company, a private firm. All Copy submit- DKI May V. Rioux-NFO( ), AC2
period of non-support. If the member feels that he has "bona ted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded, S.Standeven,(Operations
fid grounds (desertion without cause or infidelity) to the Maintenance), AZ2 C. Sue Zeliff
stop to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jackson (Air
support: of his wife, such a waiver may be granted in appropriatecases Operations Maintenance) ,
ville by 10:00: noon on Monday before PN3
by the Navy Family Allowance Activity. publicationNews Judith I. Vanderham ,
items are welcomed from all sources Tele (NATTC), AN Carla A. Nemeth,
Where a man is divorced or separated and the amount of supportfor phone 772 3118 or 3119. (Air Operations). Also nominated -
a wife or child is fixed by a court with which the member does Advertisements are solicited by the publisherand but not present due to leave,
not comply,' the matter will be treated as an indebtedness complaintas queries concerning such should be directed to: were PN3 Pamela K. Aspinall,
well as nonsupport. In such a case, the man will also be liable The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. (NAS) and CYN3 Shannon E.Hop-

civilly for contempt of court. Jacksonville Florida 32210 Telephone 388 2755 ment kins,). (Communications Depart-

It should be further noted that all court orders must be compliedwith AC2 Ann S. Standeven of Air
regardless of how unfair or unreasonable they seem. A man VOL. 25 NO. 19 AUGUST 3, 1967 Operations Maintenance
who cannot, or who feels that he morally should not, comply with a named as the first was
\ given order should take ap the order She was runner-up.
presented with $25 and
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Strange Ceremony aiVFP62, ;i

Secret New Weapons SpottedThe i

W wan
United States Navy ver- p z .r1. r 1 rp
sion of July 1967, Is a dignified .
tradition packed serious bus- 1 -
iness. It is formal We *. :: JLir
who visit from the other worlds
study the United States Navywith
great enthusiasm in order to pat-
tern our own forces after it.
Thus we of Alpha Centauri were t,
delighted to witness a ceremony A' v to t
involving a certain Lt. Green and
his squadron VFP 62. The
ceremony, as far as we could
tell, meant that Lt. Green was
being transferred from one duty
station to another and in the process 4'Act
I was in training to fly a new i A.' )0 M 'tf' 'i
type aircraft.In .
the first photograph, Lt.
Green is shown climbing: out of
l his old aircraft after his final M1pF.q.OWM6 .Ip.+
flight for VFP 62.
I I The second picture features a The champagne ceremony gets underway at Lt. Green approach
I bottle of champagne, called"Sprite" Cs the red cloth accompanied fcy a //on/for/ and a commancfor.S .
1 and seems to repre- This is the most Important photograph. It is the new aircraft .
sent a celebration of some son. which will make jets and missiles obsolete. It is relatively square,
Nexy Lt. Green strides down i built of metal, and is powered, we think, by various combinationsof
piece of ragged red cloth between + paper, 'tobacco tin cans, and other equally classified materials.As .
two lines of weapons yet we have not been able to discover the secret of the power
bearers. The weapons appear to plant or how it Is controlled.
be a clip of stringed barrels,
the operation of which we hawnot + A K1w q CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR
yet been able to interpret.
left of the line must be the SqUA-
dron janitor as he is wearing a DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITYCareer
hood to protect him from fly
ing dust. We found! it oddthat / t tw opportunities in line management,
the Janitor) would participate .c.. M.y staff or technical positionsin
in such a'ceremony. : the Home Office of a major insurance company
The next shot, is quite simple]
and shows Lt. Green being transported '
to his new aircraft. He Starting salary. for Bachelor's s Degree--S7 14 per year,
higher for Master's Degree
seems to be very tired.
Last, he is, shown swinging
out of the cockpit of the new Also.excellent opportunities in Group'Insurance. 'Sales&Service
craft, which is so advanced that .*ort controls elate with the new weapon -
r For information
more ,
there are no controls in the cock- ,
pit at all. It must be operatedby % tall Mr laved or Mr. Weaver "
'remote control, witchcraft. .L 4 8-8711, Personnel Dept,.8:30.4:30: Mon. thru Fri.
E The name of this new craft is
I .Dempsey Dumpster" which we -An Equal Opportunity,Employer
i think will be the, major craft in

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Then we tuned. up tightened, and/replaced everything thatn..d.d
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all mator mechanical, 30 day or 1000 mile.. Coma
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Lt. Green Is borne with great dignity toward hit new aircraft.

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NAS WAVES Board Petticoat I


Flight One for Deigo Reunion H'

We arrived at NAS San Diego, The "plan of the day" called
By ACC Jan Hirst where transportation was waitingto for breakfast and brunch, with
Cortez and meetings include ti
take us to the El briefings
"Petticoat Flight One" departed Hotel in the heart of the city, necessary business with pleasure -
NAS Jax on the afternoon where an'extimated 1,200 Waves highlighted by cocktail .
of July 19. and Yeomanettes gathered for the panics each day.
It was the beginning of an unforgettable Silver Anniversary.It The International Cocktail
four days which will was a gala occasion. After Pany was the most colorful,
be long remembered for those finding warm friends waiting for with wandering troubadours and
who were aboard.A us, pandemonium might well describe string music throughout the
group of 20 Waves from the remaining pan of the grand hotel.Saturday. 'r '
I ax, Glynco and Charleston,some first day. offered a choice of a
regulars, some reserve, some trip to Tiluana for a day at the : 'p ..
retired, were on their way to races at Caliente"or a' harbor t(''' ,
San Diegd, Calif., to attend the cruise. Some chose to gambleon '..dt\. 4,
celebration of the 25th anniver- both the horses and taxies of I! ... '. .-.._I _......A.t.CDR. ; .
sary of the organization of the Mexico. Others enjoyed the calm 'D. C. CARRUTH, AOC Ben A. Cooley and Mrs. Colley/
Waves. and serene blue Pacific waters .following the presentation of Chief Coo/eyfs/ sixth Good
For some it meant a grand and skies. Conduct Award
reunion and a meeting with old 'That evening the hotel was a .'
'"Shipmates..' For others Is was mass of dress white uniforms..; Chief Awarded Sixth Good Conduct experience.On worn by many attending the Ban-
our flight we had Cdr. quet Roll Call. "Ben A. Cooley AOC, a vet- first tour being from July 1951
Martha Donaldson (Ret.) who The years were well repre- eran of 19 years of naval ser- to December t>f 1955.
proved her youthfulness and sented by women who have served vice, was presented his sixth Besides duty with Patrol Squd-
amused and entertained the during different periods of the Good Conduct Award in ceremonIes ron 16, Chief Cooley has ser-
younger set while she amazedthe Wave's history.The at Patrol Squadron 16,July21.A ved aboard the USS Wright, the
older ones aboard. This banqet was the climaxof native of Otsego,Mich.,Chief Intrepid and the Coral Sea.
trip must have meant more to San Diego activities for those Cooley is serving his second tour As line division CPO, Chief
her than to anyone else aboard. ACC HIRST of_us on "Petticoat Flight One.'* with Patrol Squadron 16 the, Cooley is a definite asset to his
squadron and to the Navy, as
his outstanding record indicates.
sills Chief Cooley resides in Jack-
-1 sonville with his wife Idelie,
and his son and daughter, Billy
and Rebecca.
VAP-62 Gets

DRIViS 'f \, New SignHeavy

.V Axs Photographic Squadron
62 now has a new sign adorningthe
front of the building.The .

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Q 9ySA is located within the con-
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a a.
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y ,I o .w to step inside the fenced
area, especially after sighting the
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Take the J'"
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Short Route toDAYTONA a photo expectsthe
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MRS. CINDY PRIEST was given the gavel as she assumed the/ VAP 62 department.

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,y'h M I Mrs. Haro/c/ene/ / Ivey, (left) resigned her newly appointed position
as president to Join her husband at his new duty station. THE

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Civil Service News I Commission Orders 'Open Door'

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.: Policy for, Personnel OfficesFederal

a ta agencies have directedby sonnel Indicated, the CSC dir- evance or appeal, or take or
L Y the Civil Service Commissionto ective pointed out, agency rules threaten to tane any act ot reprisal -
::, .. 3s examine their internal poli- may require the employee to ask ( Including but not limi-
cies and instructions to make his immediate supervisor to indicate ted to discharge or other dis-
sure that employees are not a convenient time which ciplinary action, denial of pro-
AEW OiFK$ denied to off- would the work adverse
CIVILIAN access personnel not disrupt motion, or performance -
AP POWER ices and to make sure that"road schedule unduly, but the employee evaluation) against an employee -
ANAGEMENT blocks are not placed in the way is not required to talk to because he has filed, or
+ of an employee who wishes to any of the officials listed. expressed an Intention to file a
1r" visit the personnel office, file complaint, a grievance, or an
a grievance, or talk with ap- The directive continued: "An appeal under the procedure of
propriate officials.The employee has the right to file his agency or the Commission."
Commission directive a complaint, a grievance or an
ti. said: "An employee the rightto appeal under the procedures of The Commission asked each
communicate with the person- his agency or the Commission agency to "implement this poli-
nel officials of his agency the without Interference or threatof cy immediately" and to make
equal employment opportunity officer reprisal. An employee actingin sure that everyone down the line
t\\ of his agency of his duty, an official capacity for an "gets the message". To be fully
lAnea\ supervisory or, management agency shall not interfere withor effective, the directive said, the
official of higher rank than attempt to Interfere with the spirit as well as the letter of
his;immediate supervisor." filing of such a complaint, gri the policy must be enforced.

When an employee wishes to -.--- ___--_- -_-- -....-- .
visit his personnel office or talk
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wM.wo aL1
The Regional' Office of Civilian Manpower Management hosted, Bond Sales UpAn

a ,three day Seminar for Employee' Development' Specialists estimated '75.80/0/ of the Fed-
from the 6th, 8th, 10th and 15th Naval Districts. The three eral civilian workforce was buy-
day meeting brought together for the first time the ROCMM Jax invU. S. Savings Bonds or the
EDS representatives and resulted in coordination/ of all phasas new Treasury note Freedom
of civilian emoloyee/ development. Shares--at the end of the fourth
week in the annual campaign.
ChairmanUrgesPrQmptRetirement Total sales were up to $210.3
million from about $159 million
just before the campaign began.

Fund Action Twenty-five agencies had toppedthe T
goal of 80<%<
More than 79,000 new Federal
"Prompt and positive actionto tion rates would continue on a civilian employees had enrolledIn
solve the problem of retirement 50-50 basis. They would be a combination Freedom Share/ r

financing and funding" of raised for employees and agen- Series E Savings Bond program, Copt. C. T. Faulders Jr., commanding fleer Naval' Air Rewer*
the Civil has Service been Retirement Con-sys- cies whenever normal cost ln:>:: bringing total participation to approximately Facility, presented/ beneficial' suggestion awards to L. J. Crox-
tem urged .
upon crease.At 1.8 million persons. ton and W. D. Murray during/ ceremonies held July 27.
gress by John W. Macy, Jr., present, each employeepays _
chairman of the Civil Service into the Fund 6 1/2 percent -
Commission.In of his gross basic salary,
letters addressed Vice ,/
and his employing agency mat- .
President Hubert H. Humphrey dies that amount. ,If the\ pro- '''.',' : 'I 1> ",. .
.. as' President of the Senate and posed legislation is enactedem ... r .... ".'.'; "':';,j. j;.
to Speaker John W. McCormackof ployee contributions would be Increased : ) '"' : ) ,. 'j ,.
the House of RepresentativesMr. to 7 percent in January NEW IN' +' ," : ',' ,tT.. : _"1 P.'f": t.
Macy strongly recommended 1968 with agencies again matching hl>'"
TOWN' ? :
passage of legislation pro- the amount, since normal "
posed by the Commission to improve costs already total 13.86 percent. LET :k
the financing of the Re- Contribution rates would be adJusted -
tirement Fund. He pointed out from time to time In the WESTSIDE .
that: to reflect changes in normal ,
The unfunded liability of the cost resulting from such ATLANTIC BANKTRANSFER -
CS Retirement system Is now things as new or liberalized ben
$48 billion and is increasingby efits and changes in employment
at least $1.5 billion each year. patterns. YOUR ACCOUNT
Disbursements from the Re- The second stop would providethat '. .
tirement Fund will exceed any future legislation Including -
receipts by 1974, and by 1987 general pay raises,which \
the present fund balance of $17.1 would increase the unfunded lia-
billion will be reduced to zero. bility, would specifically authorize .
(Present annual disbursementstotal covering the additionalcost I7 \
$1.9 billion compared to total by Congressional approp-
receipts of $2.8 billion.) .,)
riation in accordance with a 30- ;
The recommended financing of year payment schedule.The L
the Retirement Fund Involves. a third step would be aim- .-
three-step approach. ed at controlling the unfunded
The first would cover normal liability attributable to legisla-
costs of the system. tion already enacted, including .
The second would cover increases cost-of-living increases for an.
in the unfunded liabil- nuitants.. The proposed legis-
ity resulting from legislation lation would authorize permanent if
acted in the future. indefinite appropriations to
The third would discharge the "peg" the Fund at the highest
Government's responsibility for year-end balance it reaches or, ...
the unfunded liability attributable at the total employee equity In
to legislation already enacted. the Fund if that is greater.
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II. Navy's Frogmen Training Designed Only Select Volunteers ;;: )

,, to be a frogman.The training in survival, escape and I .miha, swimming ability, endurance once he has completed this training -
,, Navy has devised an Intensive evasion, land navigation, and a ability as a teamworker, and has earned the right to call
training program basedon practice demolition raid againsta 1 a "never quit" spirit, and a himself a Navy Frogman or UDT
the theory that a man is cap- dam. heavy respect for water darkMan?
, able of ten times as much phy-- Later in the course, the students ness and explosives earns the Physically he is conditioned to -
,, S sical output as it is normally are sent to Roosevelt Rds., right to call himself a UDT Man. the highest degree possible.Not .
,: believed possible. This is only Puerto Rico, where they prac- 11 only does he need these Financially, he is eligible for -. .
t 1 the beginning. tice their heavy demolitions qualities to qualify and com hazardous duty pay for the job SS
tt tt:t To qualify for Underwater DemolitIon against Pineros Island, and complete plete the course, but more so to that he performs.
t t Teams. a man must a long ocean swim of continue in his most hazardous But the most Important bene- S
tI : undergo many months of train- seven miles. profession once his training is fit he receives is the psychological -
ing. Officers and enlisted men Upon completion of this phaseof t1)(1.) ( t completed. tie knows that he is among :
I undergo the same training. They training, the entire class reports t For further Information conbest in the entire family of i
L. I1F F-' begin with UDT Replacement to Fort Benning, Ga. for cerning the entrance qualification the Navy. He can look at himself
t T Training a gruelling 24 week three weeks of airborne train- for UDT, contact the Educational and feel of
a sense accomplishment
I F t, course at Little Creek, Va. Ing. Next they go to Underwater Services Office, Bldg. 955. not only for a "job well
f The ,training starts with four Swimmers School at Key West, Final Accomplishment done''* but also for "a nearly
weeks of toughening runs, calls- where they learn diving ohyslo- *"'
thetics, swims, races, competitive logy, and the use of self contained What does a man accomplish impossible job well done. :'
I L games and rubber boating. underwater breathing apparatus v''
This may sound as a"fun-type"of ( SCUBA) and open circuit jr. S : ,
II training, but the third weekof closed circuit, and mixed 1 -, _______________ S S
this phase is known as "Hell gas types. 5' ..
Week". This week consists of Trainees also experience Underwater .. ,f-:
seven days of all night for- swimming by compassfor : '. S
ced runs and boat portages distances up to a mile, andat : :
4c through mud, swamps, sand and times'' even further, harbor : -b
surf, strenuous competitivegames bottom searches, and locking In : SS
__ runs over the obstacle and out of submerged sub S ;': S'S ________
course, hours of physical conditioning marines.. %$b S
exercises, and a 16hour Now the trainee Is ready to .J ___ "'"
trek over rugged courses sur- be graduated. Once he graduateshe 4d :: ;: S ;' : .

READING COMPASS/ accurate bearing, Ens. Lee W. Mother rounded by land mines and con- Is sent to a UDT or SEAL ," ;.,. .... //7

Arlington Va., assures that/ the/ Frogmen are at right anglesto trolled Following explosives.this "field training Unit before for he receives six months his final probation quali 'HEAVE' HO" Navy Frogmen of UDT 72 run heavy lines ashore In an ef qS *' ......-.....""" .., .. F: .
the beach. He holds one of two flags for them to lineup on. ." fication. fort raise bow of broached .
'; the next weeks are spentin to gate landing] craft In Operation Deckhouse VI in .", .
During World War II, it became Secrecy is their greatest and the classroom, but exercises, QualificationsWhat South Vietnam. A4r-; .... ...
extremely evident to the most useful They'' swims, study
weapon. em- runs open sea r::::!"::--I '
allies that their Invasion party ploy the element of surprise. to and practice In demolitions and does it take to get through .S -g ", : ,
losses this 24 week much -_____ __-u-' ''
were mounting to an alarming its most trying potential. reconnaissance techniques con- training 4't -
rate.Some solution the While detection of these underwater tinue I nonetheless.For less qualify for it? Only a man F : t,:.' "
problem had to be found:! to help teams is not impos- one week the class deploys who possess a high degree of "HOLD YER HAT" Wearing a hat to keep tropical sun out of
4 curtail the heavy casualties. sible, it is more difficult than to Camp Pickett, Va. for self confidence physical suI'f : "his' eyes, Navy Fireman John T. Young of Akron, Ohio, leaps
t Someone> devised the Idea of men charging upqn a beach. ____.._.___._ .___. ___ "' ''''''__ Into South China sea In Operation Deckhouse VI. Young swam S
t Underwater Demolition Teams to Some of the duties that these .'. to shore to test the flow' of 'water along the beach. Ills team
1 prepare the way for Invasion par- "frogmen" perform range from _" ,..:ooi.1'4 J 4-S- t S _' ,' t;
;;,. < Yo ,. ,t< S S 5$ ':5 followed flow of water In making a sea bottom survey. .
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' ties. The Idea was tried and proved actual demolition of enemy installations 4 ':- ., ,...l 44
t to be the answer. to reconnaissance in t ? .:J -.: ?
t Sine the days of f 1943, Underwater the most difficult -- and at times 4 .. .5''
Demolition Teams have become -- the most unsuspected areas.
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of the useful of This sound like : / :
one most job may a < ;
military manpower' tactics. The James' s Bond type --of escapade, ', : \ \ : VISIT
existence of these teams is no but the Navy is very :conscious ?, .5'A
, (longer a' secret, but the man- of the training that 'must be ,undergone 4I 4)r)::: ::-..
,ner in which they is. before qualifies -. w v.
operate anyone :" ,; .
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THE SURF BM3 Richard A. Williams/// of Poison, CADILLAC, $ PpNTIAC0 0 *

,' Montana, wades through surf while making beach reconnaissance 0 ;

0 In enemy area with UDT 12 In Operation Deckhouse VI.
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i I r enemy controlled village. A communist thlnese made hand grenade lies beside

.:. ':'<' pathway. A green fishing cord runs ir ftjm grenade, attaching it to a root on FLORISTWe
j i { i the other side of the pofh. The grenade wo: concealed by crumpled paper. rzejI

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A MARKER FLAG Is held by a Frogman of UDT 12 for his
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1-- f NARTU News and!/ Views [ ." JAX MARINES ,

"Recruiting is an all hands collegians for various naval alva- %
; Job." tion officer programs. Programs
This is a familiar phrase to all presently open to young men Interested -
servicemen, but few stopto in "Flying with the
realize that the full burdenof Fleet" are:
contacting possible applicantsfor The Aviation Reserve Officer -i_ ( -: I
service interviewing testing Candidate (AVROQ) ProgramIn --
and handling the vast amountof this program: the young! man
paperwork necessary in each must be between the ages of 17
and every case falls to the pro- and 26 1/2 and be enrolled as
fessional recruiter. His job is a full time college student. Upon
day-in day-out week-ln week- acceptance as an AVROC, the
out, and Is as vitally importantto student will attend two summer
each service as keeping the training sessions at Pensacola,
planes flying and the ships sail- Fla., and then, after graduationfrom
ing. college, be commissionedand
Fulfilling this vital job ,at ensign in the U.S. Naval
NARTU Jax are three officers Reserve. The young' officer will
an4<} 13 enlisted men. Broken then complete his active duty
into two segments for officer obligation.
and enlisted recruiting, these The Aviation Officer Candidate
naval personnel offer to the citi- Program (AOC) -- for men between -
zens of Florida and South Geor- the ages of 19 and 26.
gia a wide variety of naval avl'ation The AOC Program requires a '

.. programs. Baccalaurate Degree. Upon're-
In the Officer Recruiting Office ceiving his commission after 11
"Fly Navy" teams of officers weeks of training the young
and enlisted men travelto officer will complete another 16
the college campuses where months of training and then serve
they contact and test Interested three and a half years with the
NEW STRIPES -. Lt. Col. J. W. Sullivan/ presented promotion certificates (I to RJto) Sergeants

are If you interested or any of in your'any friends of the Warren J. Gonf, Paul E. Blue, Lloyd H. Morris and William R. Thompson at Marine ceremony

CanYou Monday. The Sergeants are assigned to Marine Aviation Detachment HA TTC.
aforementioned programs and
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11i By Tom Raker

Capt. R. P Kline, com Twenty years' of military ser-
manding officer of NATTC, pre- vice have come td an end for
sented diplomas to the graduating AEC James E. Freytah, a former -
.... Leadership Class 67 E instructor and program writer
r in ceremonies held on July 21. in AE School retired Tuesday.He .
: ',, ''-. "11>- 1 ADR1 Anthony E. Daldegan and his family will return to
USNR R TAR, was the honor- Oregon, Freytah's home state.
.. man, scoring 1414.74 points froma
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The class average was 88.32.
Members.of the class were attached -
to NATTC, NAS Jax.,
NARTU, and Cecil Field. Donate Blood
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IIeH Y D. Nauman wishes to extend a
NEW MDSE. Discount prices -
hearty "thank you' and well
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$19.95 chest $14.95 dinette -
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I Movies |, Club Schedules

MOVIES will be shown WitAdaiti1ryk
reg- BLUEJACKETS INN: The Redcoats make the scene tonight and
ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat
tomorrow night from 8 p.m. until midnight. Also tomorrow a shrimpor .. ::,,>> {
6 and 8:15: p.m., Monday thru yi o{tiwv 7: w}:+ vk ri+Yff Yny.
fish dinner will be featured for only $.65. On Saturday the Wild
Saturday. There will also ba
a Flowers will perform from 2 until 6 p.m. to be followed by the
matinee 2
at p.m. onjSatiirdays. Formations who will play until 1 a.m. T Bone.Steaks will be featured -
,Sundays and holidays.'tie Hospital Ads shpuld' be mailed U the Molt Publishing, Company.
Theatre will have on Saturday with complete dinners for only $1.35. Sundaythe 1950 Blandlna.' Bli'd. Jacksonville' Florida' 32210 to arrive'
feature 7 Cecil one weekly Field Wild Flowers will play from 2 till 6 p.m. and will followedby not later than Tuesday for publication the lollowlng Thurs-
at p.m. the Muskateers until midnight. Tonlco will be under the spotlight day. Ads, arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
will have two shows during' the Monday for your entertainment. Tuesday the Formations will .the following. week unless the publisher "Is 'instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees return for another evening from 8 p.m. until midnight. Happy Hour wise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
will be shown on week- be received WITH the copy for the ad..
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ends at 2 and 5. p.m.THURSDAY .
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i August and the Lazy Rhythm Girls from 8:30 p.m until midnight. Saturday RATE: Minimum charge ((3 line). . ", .., r 12.00
NAS: "A COUNTESS: FROM the spotlight will turn to the Page Five who will be on stage from P.r additional, line ((4 words per line). . ..030FOR
HONG KONG": with Marlon 8:30 p.m. until midnight. Mark Castle will be on hand from 8:30i
Brando and Sophia Loren.116 i I p.m. until midnight Sunday with Rib Eye' Steak on special for
HOSPITAL: "THE CORRUPT only $1.35. Plan to attend the Hawaiian Luau on Saturday August

ONES.' with Robert Stack and 12 and hula to the sounds of Mark castle starting at 7 p.m., for RENT OR FOR SALE BRAND NEW ZIGZAG .
Elke Sommer. (100 Min.) the small fee of $1. Costumes may be worn. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA ,& Domestic sewing ma. out of lay-
C. FIELD: IRMA LA DOUCE," FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. a-way. Buttonholes fancy designs -
with Shirley Machine and Jack c CPO CLB: All pizzas going for $.75 tonight. Western music Call Powell or\ Mills, USN/Ret. etc. Bal. $36.50 cash or
Lemmon. ((154 Min.) will be by the Country Roamers., Try the seafood special for 264 !Un. Orange Park Realty. terms.
$1.25 tomorrow evening., Mark Castle is the; featured band for MORSE SEWING CENTER
FRIDAY, August 4 that evening. The Johnny Arnold- "4" will present the dancing HAVE LISTINGS FOR OVER 1948 Blanding Blvd. 771-9106
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NAS: RIDE THE HIGH WIND' Fried Chicken for $.95 is the 'dinner special for TuesdTay. and Up Cash Equities, or "REAL ESTATE: We will help ,'
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wmroB( $ .ill@lroIID$1
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FIELD: "THE CORRUPT ty in this area can assume $2. FOR SALE: 1963 CHEV. V-8
ONES": with Robert ,Stack and weekly payments. Phone 353 Impala, 2dr. HT, a bargain. Call
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"blood account" at the hos- Jim 359-5429. Furn., or unfurn., conv. to NAS
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\\j':, Cecil and Jax Split Four Beery Teams Cecil Field_ Intramural Standings

: Share FirstTwo The newly formed Admin Volleyball Bowling Won Lost

All Navy teams team had It's problems 10
1. put VFP-62iu
Fla/Ga Action
In League
last week when they came
in 13 under par net 59s to share againBlackshoes 22 14
st Weapons team 2 in the station '
I first place in the North Florida AMD 21 1/2 14112
I Last: weekend the Cecil Field Lou Rada, a triple by Orms Section PGA pro-amateur tourna- gym. The Weapons team took the 'Missiles 18 1/2 21 1/2
\ "Raiders" and lax Navy "Fli- by, and a single by the pitcher, ment at Brentwood last week. win in two straight games, 15- Yellowwater 17 23 '
e1's'split a four game series Swaim. Bill Bill Stott of Cecil Field 12 and 156. Marines 15 21 ;
in Florida/Georgia Interservice The winning hurler was Jerry Naval Air Station and Joe MacDonald This win for Weapons 2 team Namtd 15 23 .,:
League action. The series started Walker who was touched for eight of Jacksonville Naval Air gives them a stronger hold on ,
on the "Flyers" home fieldon hits, Swaim was chared with the Station led their respective teamsto the lead spot in th Volleyball 'High Team, three game
Friday, and moved to Cecil loss, allowing only five hits. a first place deadlock. Standings. Their record now is total :;
Field's "B" Circle North ford In the third game of the ser- Stott received help from J. O. 3 wins and 1 loss. Blackshoes 2652 ... .I,,
final two games on Saturday night. ies', lax took another 1-0 victory Vandergriff. .K. L. Drake and R. Admin. is now 0 and 4 but VFP-62 2596
The fist game of the series over the "Raiders." The P. Young. They combined for a are looking for better days to Blackshoes 2511 '

went to lax, 1-0. The only run lax run came in the seventh in- 29 30. come' Individual 3 Game High.' I
in was scored by second base- ning when Ormsby walked,moved Joe MacDonald, who was the ." .
man Willie Miller in the first up on a fielder's choioi by Humes, low professional with an indi- Won Lost.. Youngblood Total I' ,

inning. The winning pitcher was and scored on a single by Don vidual 34 39 -- 73 fielded Weapons 2". .. 3 '., r Burns ,597 590' ,
Von McClure with 12 strikeouts, Jackson. amateurs Bill Maranvllle, Jim .VF-62 ,3 3 Vaughn 572 '
and allowing' only three hits. The winning pitcher was Von Dietz, and Bill' Candren enrouteto VA 44 2' 0
Marion Coffey was credited with McClure who strudout nine while nines of 28 31 over the
2 1
1 Team Game
Weapons High 'Single
the loss even 'though he only giving up two hits. Marion Cof- par 36 36 -- 72 course. V A 174 2 v'
two hits.Cecil fey was charged with the loss. Stott and MacDonald brought ( ': Total "" .
gave up
of Marines ".',7,;, .,1..:;- ", 2 VFP-62 ,,:. .
fourth and final
Field came through witha The game home S44.80 in their pockets and' '-" 4 92VA' .
Admin. 0 < Blackshoes ",
3-2 win in the second game the series went to Cecil Field each of the six amateurs 'received ./'',"' : ',0 YeUowwater '" ;.,'
.I of the night. Scoring for the by a 2-0 score.Cecil $22.40 in merchandise. -.,861'. ". (. 891' ,',:'.:' ,,'. ,..:!!".....:..
scored both runs In the Softball : "'
"Raiders" were Petty and Wit Cecil Field's Number Two Game : ',
Individual :
wer, in the second. inning. Both sixth inning onsinglesby Goshler Team placed third in the com- Won Lost High .., ".:..., ..,<1: ,
of the Cecil. nine was in the eighth 'and Kimball, a sacrifice and aJax petition. AMD/ADMIN 9 1 "
MED/VA 8 9. Hill dge 236 : .z, .y<>...
inning when Witwer reached base error., The winning pitcher 2
Walker who Bowed VA 174 HeUrazors 8 1 YoWlgblood 235 ...) ':< ,_
on an error by the lax center was Jerry gave up Captures ....
fielder, and eventually scored on three hits, struckout five and Weapons 8 ,2 Raleigh Individual :' ,;:-
singles by "Doc"'Edwards and walked one. Swaim was tagged Pistol VA 44 6 YFP-62 Standings .-
Jerry Walker. with the loss. Match Marines 6 4 Total Pins Average
The scoring for Sax came in This weekend the ,Cecil nine VA 72 6 4 Hayes 2057 ll4VA
Patrick Air Base Chief G. Bowen of NAMTD 45 5 6 Rodgers
the fourth inning on a single by will travel to 2043 136
captured a win in the annual VFP 62 4 6 Youngblood 4014 167
6th Commandants Trophy Pistol VA 83 4 6 HnUdge 3935 164
III AMD.AMIN TAKE TWO Match. The .2700 Aggragate VA 174 Qooors 4 7 Raleigh 3594 171
match was held at Charleston I AETU 4 9 Dommer 2818 136
South Carolina Naval Base.,
Smokeaters 2 11 Michel 2047
The "Double A's" of AMD/ allowing only one hit, and two ,Chief Bowen, a Distinguished VC 4 0 13 Lamb 1062 177 171
ADMIN continued on their winning base runners, both of them In Master Shooter, is a formerAll Page
Ii ways this past week in the Cecil the top of the fifth inning. Navy Pistol Shooter. His 002 162

Field Intra-mural Softball league AMD/ADMIN ended this game high rank, among Navy marks-

j ) as they won a pair of double- with a triple play., men was upheld in Charleston ROD AND GUNBY
headers, and boosted their record On Monday night of this week, by wins in Center Fire, and 45
toanhl1.I Bob Hunter limited VFP-62 to Cal. matches, as well as a grand Dave Jusfewfcz Sports Editor
t: On Thursday night, AMD/ three hits, but AMD/ADMIN had aggragate win with a total of

l' ADMIN had to come from behind, to go eight innings before winning 2603 107 x out of a possible Cast line upstream, or feeding on natural life are not
to down 4 stubborn VA-83nine the 4-2. The of
total 2700
game victory point
rise imitation which
downstream to to
apt any
and across, or
by a score of 9 4. Timely came on a homer by Jack Kimballin This. week he will be attendingthe with-up slack' to allow for comes over.then in an unusualor
enough .
\ 'hitting by Petty, Fox and Bagent the bottom half, of the eighth' National Matches, at Camp free drift of fly for some unnatural: way. Your most'
enabled Bob Hunter to pick up- inning after Don Sumner had Perry, ,Ohio, along with ,the All ,distance.{ The movement of your' frustrating problem is to pre-
credit for the victory. '' ,
singled. Navy Squad. The National mat- -
vent drag.
In the second game of the night,. Jim Lee hurled the second half ..ches'are held each year,in fly- must be natural.If fly in the Drag occurs ,when your imitation ", )
the "Double A's" found little of this double header,which put conjunction with .a"Small.:Arms 'you present your .
water that is slower or faster travels faster or slower'than '1 ,
resistence from the "Blackbirds" AMD/ADMIN against the Marine School'conducted by the "
Firing' : '
than that where your line falls, naturals, or moves in a "
I of VA-45, as they ended Barracks The "Double A's"found National, Board for Promotion ,
.. .
I .. you'll have to "mend" your line. direction or ,manner contrary to -: ;:.
4) this, one in five: innings 14-0. the Marine pitching to their of Rifle Practice.,, casting that which naturals would fol- :,
d', Jim Lee was the winning itcher liking, and pounded but 8-2 Also in the "Mending. means -
an competing upcomingrifle .
there's.a.. loop in your line to low. Drag' is caused by conflicting ,'
1tI victory. matches' will be PHI Diaz .
allow slack for free drift or your currents which pull your line
m.r. of VFP62. fly. If your fly is in slower wat leader and fly with? different-for-
your ..itlif. N... SOI'MbIc :? er, mend by throwing a loop up ces.To

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-- The quarterbackslot to NAS Commanding Officer Capt.W. Lai. Staubach said that his tent- I ,
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for the Pensacola Navy GOS- R. McDowell.In ative departure date from Viet- \ THANK YOU! (
hawks' 1967 season may be already the letter, Staubach wrote: nam is August 25,but that thereis
filled if things work out "I have manged to stay in shape a chance he.might leave earl- i iThe .
well.Hopefully .. and hope to play football for WAVES of NAS their ? .
ier.A 2 Jacksonville express sincere'
all-time Navy foot- the Naval Air Station. I miss lieutenant (junior grade) in appreciation to. the following business firms and clubs foe 1f
ball great Roger Statbach may athletics very much and hope to the Navy's Supply Corps, Stau- their contributions which were. awarded to the 1967 WAVE I
lie bulleting passes at Kane Stadium participate in them at Pensa- bach has been in Pensacola before of the Year oA
this season for the Goshawks. cola if they don't interfere with in 1963 for midshipman i
Staubach. who is duetoassumeduty *.'
my duties. flight training while he was a
at NAS Pensacola sometime The 1963 Heisman Trophy winner student at the Naval Academy.He .
in August, expressed his desireto May Cohens Blanding Drive'In I Theatre |
is currently in Vietnam, as said he was very impressedwith i ;
play football hem in a letter. ...A......relate.. .terminal. Officer at Qiu the base and its surround
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L COMFAIR Tourney Kicks Off,

ThreeJax Squads Win 1st NightThree (:.,: ,:!>:;... '-.-' ;. .. ,

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air station squads entered Siegler allowed three runs in the 0-1 by innings. The 10-run ruling I "i'_
I the winner's circle during the first and then shut out VW-4 was in effect giving the photo ....1
opening round of the COMFAIR-, for five innings. Leonard hurledin squadron the game in five innings .
JAX softball tourney Monday the seventh and for two ex- ,\.: 'I. \
\, night. tra innings of play and pickedup Jim Jackson picked up the win .
FAETU VP-16 and VAP-62 the win. for VAP-62 the photo mates
were thelocal winners, while In the other opening night contest also pulled off a triple play In
j a diamond, squad from the air- VAP-62 went wild while the third on a strikeout by Jackson -
craft carrier Shangri La collecting 14 hits on the way to a throw to second sacker ; y
ped Attack Squadron 174 into a 14-4 victory over VA-44. Bob Cochren who was covering
0 loser's bracket with a 12-3 vic The regular season American first and another peg to short-
; tory. League champs scored eight runs stop Ray Badovinatz, who had
I Doug Felps pitched the Fleet in the second after trailing 2-0 moved over to cut off the runnerto
) Aviation Electronics Unit to its after the first inning, and then second. ?
8-6 win over Cecil Field based collected two more in the third D heavy rains don't postponeany !i
f Attack Squadron 45. fourth and fifth frames. games, the final contest will
The contest was deadlocked 6-6 VA-44 scoring read 2-1-0- be played Saturday.
, at the end of regulation innings.
i Neither team scored in the eighth. Fliers Set for Final ILI
f : The electronics squad scored on
I a round tripper by Dave Scott '
:L and a sacrifice fly in the top For Interservice TitleThe
I of the ninth. FAETU then pre- ,
served the victory by holding off
VA-45 for the final three outs In air station's Fliers soft- Fliers were the conference's
the bottom of the ninth. bajl squad hosts McDill Air Force northern division champions.
VP-16 batsmen put an end to Base for a doubleheader at 6 p.m. Coach Frank MacCaffrey'ssquad
VW-4's Bernie Chapa's string ofI tomorrow at Macroth Field. carries a 22-9 season
intramural victories to down the The two teams will play a and 18-4 conference record into -
weather squadron 5-3. Chapa best three out of five series for the opening game. *
had a 17-2 record going into the the Florida-Georgia Interservice Von McClure (VP-30)) will be ., Rif
I COMFAIR tournament. Conference crown. on the mound for the Fliers r
I Don Siegler and Dutch Leonard McDill's airmen captured the for the opener according to Mac-
shared pitching honors for VP-16. southern area title while the Caffrey.
The coach to pitch Paul Swaim
(NATTC) or Joe Pittman (NAR DAY'S CATCH -. Judging by what H gave them Chum Hole/ ,
'J' 30 Capture.S "ronman'with TU) for the second contest Mayport Jetties, was a "chum"/ to H. K. Belhoffer and his hot-
Swaim has 2-3 record while ther Roger. Belhoffer, a retired chief and employee at HATTC,
Pittman will be going after his took his visiting brother fishing and they came In w/t/i/ / these
: Patrol Squadron 30 picked up 1,800 points. The weather first win on his initial trip to the
t the 1967 intramural Softball reconnaissancemen lost out in the mound for the Fliers. beauties
crown July 27 while collecting finals to NARTU 6-1 and finished VP-45's hurler Don Stewart
1,000 points and a firm graspon third in softball. is deployed and will not be available -
{ the station's Ironman Trophy, However VW-4's 500 points for for action. He posted a
: the symbol of excellence in local
softball gave them a season total 7-3 record.
i competition. of 2,300 and third place'in Iron- The FlierswilltraveltoTampaand
The patrolmen outlasted the 'man standings. the I McDill squad's home park
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit NARTU finish second in'Iron- Saturday to play the deciding
i', through 12 Innings of champion- man: competilon with 2375. games of the annual playoff
,. ship play before coming up with
the winning run.
VP-30 had a chance to take
't., the game in the regulation seven, 8Bob's
but a runner missed home plate Oak Hill
on a slide and was called out

after a NARTUcatcher, tag. Pure Service CenterOpen
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Trophy points cemented the January -
;, through June competition for for your convenience 6 Lm. 10 p.m.

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They collected 3,150 during the road service*( pick-vi| & delivery.
six months. Act for
VW-4 had a chance at the Iron- echnic I. 4ity..AMericiB & Forelfi Cm now money help.
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