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Creation Date: February 25, 1965
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VOL. 22 NO. 50 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA P/fV/ / (J&fiWHW 25" 1965




Gov. Burns Sets March Swecker Takes "Project SCRAets .



Fifth As"!SeaBee Day" Freedom Honor Medal ContestJonas In Underway At NAS Jax


Florida Governor Haydon Burns Issued a proclamation naming "SCRAP", an acronym for Selective Curtailment Of Reports and
March 5 as "SeaBee Day" In honor of the famed Navy Construction N. Swecker has won a Paper Work, Identifies a program now underway In the Navy and hereat
Battalions, last Thursday afternoon In his Tallahassee office. George Washington Honor Medal NAS Jax.
The Navy Civil Engineering Corps, the officer component of the Award and $100 from the Free- This project Is headed by the Naval Inspector General and Is fully
SeaBees, will celebrate Its 98th ,anniversary on March 2, while the dom's Foundation at Valley Forge supported by the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations -
SeaBees will observe their 23rd birthday on March 5. Navy Con- for his entry In the 1964 Free- --so fully supported, in fact, that Is has been given a special
struction Battalions will mark the anniversaries all over the world dom Foundation Contest, "My "SecNav Designated Project" status.
with special observances. Vote, Freedom's Privilege." This puts It on the same foot- J I

Locally, the SeaBees workingin organized under the Civil Engineering Swecker, who had never wona Ing as the polaris and surface ,WR
the Public Works Departmentsat Corps in 194L OnMarch contest before, wrote his poemIn missile system program and R4 r
NAS, Cecil Field and May- 5, 1942, the Chief of Naval Operations October. "I first became aware anti-submarine programotherso
port plus the Jacksonville Sea- authorized the men of the of the contest and its subject designated projects In the
Bee Reserves, will gather at the Construction Battalions to call on voting from an, articleIn Navy.
Mayport Enlisted Men's Club to themselves "SeaBees" and wear Jax Air News," Swecker said. The need for "SCRAP" has -c. -
celebrate the anniversaryMarch the SeaBee shoulder patch. For "Since It 'was election year, I become disturbingly obvious In
5. this reason March 5 is cele- felt strongly about people getting the past few months. As 'quoted
A queen for this semi-formal brated as their anniversary date. out to vote. This prompted me to In a recent Navy Management review x r,
dinner dance will be selected The SeaBees were organized enter tip. contest. Today I have "officers and men are
from three contestants, one rep- under the leadership of Admiral the deepest regret for those spending more time in maintaining -
resenting each naval activity. Ben Moreell, wartime Chief of people who don't exercise ,their records on gunnery, for example -
Celebrations will range from the Bureau of Yards and Docks, right to vote." than on actual or simulated -
formal balls to barbeques, from when it became obvious that uni- Swecker, a native of West vi- firing practice with the
dining and dancing to solemn formed men were needed to defend ginia, workS'''in the.Offlcer's Record guns. Equipment Is being crowded
ceremonies. Many queens will Installations they built over- Office at NAS. He resides out of ships because of the space
be crowned and cakes will be seas. With the motto,"Construl- at 5806 'Sonora brive 'with his required for.files of directives,
units will wife and their three correspondence and publica- Capt. W. H. Ayer cut. Most SeaBee mus, Batuimus" "We Build, Carolyn ,
choose their queen from the enlisted We Fight", the construction Bat- children. tions."
wives. talions went on to build vital This poem netted Swecker one Locally, project"SCRAP" was of a limited departmental nature.
The SeaBees' training centers, airstrips, roads and other facili of the fifty $100 awards. There launched personally by CaptainJ.R. I expect each department to
Davisville, R. L, and Port was one award for $1,000 and Mackroth, NAS CO, last undertake its own "SCRAP"
Hueneme, California, will host ties.The beginning of the Civil fifty awards of $50. December with the appointmentof drive as well contribute to the i
the largest celebrations, along Engineer Corps is marked by an a "Working Group" headed overall project."
with the main ball in Washington. act of Congress dated March 2, "I'm not going to vote this year: by B.R. Dixon of the Management In connection with 'proje,;-' .,;
D.C. Chief of Navy's Bureauof 1867. However, Civil Engineershad A fellow said to me, Assistance Office. SCRAP Captain W. H. Ayer, '
Yards and Docks,RAdm. Peter been connected with the Navy "One vote won't really count Other members of the team director of the project, will arrive -
Corradi, will be among the since the turn of the 19th century. that muchAs are: C.M. Kennedy, Data Pro- here today, to review several
honored guests In the nation's Civil Engineers were needed in far as I can see" cessing Dept.; F.R. Forrest, units and activities In the Jacksonville -
capital. each of the country's shipyards, Supply Dept.; R.M. Procter, C&R complex.
One celebration will con- but they worked without military Jokingly, I said to him Dept.; J.H. Phillips,ComptrollerDept. Capt. Ayer started his naval
spiciously lack a reigning queen. status. The shortcomings of the "You haven't heard the latest .; R.D. Pinney, Air Opera- career in 1940 when he was commissioned -
The SeaBee support Unit cur- situation were recognized duringthe news? tions Dept.; Lt. R.W.Carter,Jr., an Ensign from the
rently on Operation Deep FreezeIn Civil War. The polls will not open this year Aircraft Maintenance Dept.;F.L. R.O.T.C. Unit, of the Universityof
Antarctica will be unable to In 1870, Congress, in fixing the Because of peoples' views." Callender, Industrial Dept.; and California.
choose a queen since there are annual pay of Naval officers Included -' (Continued on Page 2)) W. Patrick, AdmlnlstratlonDept. Before 'being assigned to operation -
no women on the continent to that of civil engineers.The This group Is concerned with "SCRAP", Capt. Ayer
choose from. engineers previously had received command-wide paperwork pro- former position was the Logistic
The SeaBees, who achieved pay as part of the civil Blood blems; however, as voiced by Plans Officer and subsequently -
Jax
fame for their construction establishment under the Bureauof Capt. Mackroth "Not all of the Assistant Chief of Staff, Logistics -
prowess In World War II, were Yards and Docks. problems to be solved by on the staff of
Bank Gets "SCRAP" are commandwide.Many CINCUSNAVEUR/USCOMEAST-
paperwork problems are LANT, from 1961-63.

HAS PlasmaIn

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ceremonies recently Captain
,
F r e John R. Mackroth, Commanding
Officer of NAS JAX, and Cdr. J .
1 : Robert K. Vickroy, Administrative A
Officer of tile NAS' Medical ICUID y

Department presented 400 credits I
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of plasma to the Jacksonville ,F 7 ;

Blood Bank. Mrs. Dorothy C. IMft YY f,
y Smith, Administrative Directorof (
alloy roa
the Blood Bank. accepted for
the Bank. /
In making this presentationCapt. s
Mackroth stated) "These f u
credits are being presented to ?
the blood bank for community
plasma needs. This,vi)1 include

3k emergency and needy patient
We are pleased,to be ableto
cases.
GOVERNOR Haydon Burns presents Cdr. John A. McAllister a proclamation
the
make this'contribution to
naming March 5"SeaBee Day"in Florida.Two members of
health of the citizens Jackson MACKROTH CO NAS, Cdr. R. K. Vickory, Admin.. Officer
the Jacksonville Reserve Mobile Construction Battalion 614, Walter CAPT. J. R.
Riviere, CEC, and Hurry Tucker, UT1, witnessed the presentation.In ville and DuvalCounty. You have In of the NAS Medical Department, present400credits of plasma
turn, Cdr. McAllister present d Governor Burns a certificateof helped the Navy In many ways to Mrs. Dorothy C. Smith, Administrative Director of th.Jacksonville
honorary membership in the SeaBees. (Continued; on Page 2)) Blood Bank. (Official Navy Photo)



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FEBRUARY 25. 1965
NEWS
PAGE 2 JAX AIR
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SPACE-WISE J.tt: 'r.itt1S":; \ '/ ,fq ;, Chaplain's/ / Message

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i By J.F. Agnew

,
; .. c' c) SUNDAY Healthiness Is not always assured by one's robust appearance.

8:00 Service of Holy The strbng' looking large man, may have a very weak heart. All of
a.m. his muscles may be bulging with power except the most importantof
0 0t Communion muscle. The man with the outward appearance
0 all"the heart of
Divine
of
; 0o 9:30 a.m. Service
I o 0 Apollo may have the incipient germs of tuberculosis or the lean rugged
: Worship dreaded disease of cancer.
: h\ School for person ay harbor the
( i2l' 9:30: a.m. Sunday 722 Looks are deceptive and It Is because of misleading factors that
.. I 0 ages 3 through 16, Bldg. live under a delusion. Indeed it is the person's false securitythat
Service of Divine many
\\1.:.. 0 0.... ...;j. Worship 11:00 a.m. is deadly, for if the truth were known, then some definite action

.:" .; 6:30 Youth Fellowship would be taken.In .
r: f p.m.
,.'t 't .. J'\J the realm of spiritual matters the same principle prevails.

... -... 0 0 WEDNESDAY The person with money and property, fares well enough to say for
0 4:30 Junior Choir Re- himself: "I have done well, I am alright and need no outside help from
p.m.
hearsal God or anyone". The muscles show but it may be that all the while a

x 0) 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal weakness exists within. In this state of unawareness he is not con-

.: o"lifJ scious of a lack of spiritual depth.

V 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, In times of stress or strain spiritual power will be needed, but
presumptively he assumes that if in the future there is this need,
; 0 Also on all Holy Days
,:::6 Catholic Services at St. Ed- that there will be time enough to call upon God. It Is rather shallow

J ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval thinking to say the least for one would be just as logical to say that
/ Hospital he could lift the heaviest weights without practicing from day to day.

No one builds the body to super strength in one or two "workouts"and
SUNDAY MASS neither does one work up spiritual reserve and strength In a

.KEEP I INFORMED 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital moment of crisis. It takes time to tear down the old cells of the musclesand

.. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. replace them with new and stronger ones.It .
Edward's Chapel takes thought and time to build stong spiritual cells In our lives

and to bring our souls to maturity.The time to begin is now, for "NowIs
Editorial DAILY MASS the accepted time".

11:30 a.m. StEdward'sChapelMONDAY Freedom Contest WinnerContinued

Research & TUESDAY
BringsDowntoEarth
Space
-' 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC ( from Page 1))

AdvancesFeb. "Not opening the polls! he exclaimed ed,
FRIDAY "They're small like we and

'12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospitalSATURDAY "Why, that's against our Constitution others,
17, 1959 the United States launched a three-stage rocket from But united i they fought and

Cape Canaveral Fla., sucessfully putting a 21 1/2-pound satellite Our government will fold, our drove me out

Into orbit around the earth. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY country collapse My hand, you see, was smoth
Scientists predicted at the time that the world's first weather satellite "
We'll have revolution. ered.
a
would probably orbit "forever.

None of us will be :able to verify this prediction, but as the sixth 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before He took my words too seriouslyBut "Inside this hill, they're organiz.
anniversary of the Vanguard II launching passed, the tiny satellite Is Masses I pursued them abitfurther.

still making a complete circuit of the earth every two hours and six Catechism ClassesGradeSchool "Yes, they're closing the polls, Thedqueen puts them to work.
minutes. She can't function without their
The United States space program has achieved many successes SATURDAY because of you help
And several million others""Why
since the Vanguard launching. The Telstar, Syncom and Relay com- 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities Their duties they'll not shirk.:'

munications satellites have relayed news and sportings events from building 722 do you say because of
Europe and Japan to American TV screens and radios. me?" "Lets consider the ants like
Last year's Ranger 7 shot produced the first close-up photos of people
And then he
... the moon. At this very moment, the Mariner IV spacecraft Is speeding ]ProtectYour could caught my smile. Each depending on the other
"But
close the
?
they polls
11'
by toward July Mars 14. and is expected to pass within 5,400 miles of that planet he asked, Forsaking their duties, they go

Four U.S. astronauts have orbited the earth in the National Aero- "And change our country's astray
nautics and Administration's style?" Their homes and rights are
Space Project Mercury capsules. Plans "
for a two-man Gemini orbital flight this year have been announced HomePolice smothered,
by NASA as the forerunner of a manned moon shot. "No..THEY can't close the polls will !
"United always
our country
Many people regard the achievements In space as something that In a New England City Without the help of all, stand.

doesn't affect them personally. They look at the U.S. space program are distributing a printed cardin But we must exercise our rightsOr also been writ
Our freedom has
only as a race to see which nation conquers space first. But, as mem- their city to enlist public sup- our country will surely fall"
bers of the armed forces, we know that the technological advances port in the effort to reduce bur ten.
developed through space projects have been rapidly applied in many glaries. We of the Security De- An example to show this was at Its our duty and privilege to pro-

ways to the equipment weapons and machinery we use in the defenseof partment feel this information my feet tact this land
our country would be helpful to the personnelof An ant-hill, small but free Lets vote and not get bitten.

Other things learned through NASA's research programs are adoptedto this station. "Bend down and watch and I'll
our dally lives to make them easier and more rewarding. Burglary is a problem, but to compare When questioned about the

The U.S. space program Is Intended to use the facts and knowledge avoid It happening to you, some- Our duties in this country. example of ants In his winning

acquired in experimentation. and practical application to the good of thing can be done! Whenever you entry, S wee k e r answered.
all mankind. ]leave your residence to spend an I placed my hand atop the "There are too many people in

Being Informed about what's going on In the space program gives evening at the movies, or take off mound this country who don't recognizethe

"II" everyone a chance to observe history in the making-history which will for a weekend of fun in the sun, Ants scurried round very quickly Importance of small thingsIn
someday expand to Include entirely new vistas of civilization. (AFPS) housebreakers can and will move I life. Ants are tiny creatures,
in If they're certain you've left. I beat, and scratched, and scrap- but their unity could serve as an

Burglars spend their daylight ed them off example to the world. Even in

hours canvassing neighborhoods Their bites they had inflicted me. this country, voting is just one

looking for uncut lawns and over- area where unity is constantly
AX ; AIR: N'E"VVS stuffed mailboxes. They spend "You see, my friend", I lexplain- Important."

their spare evening hours look- -
4. Notified
ing for darkened houses or your police depart- BLOOD BANK
ment and a neighbor as to date; of
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper lights that are left on too long. your departure and return? (Continued from Page 1))
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, You can help your police depart- 5. Left shades or blinds in
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a ment reduce burglaries. If you're mal position not nor cases of emergency and In making
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR leaving home for an eveningor closed? completely this donation wecansaythank

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, extended period of time 6. Closed and locked all win- you."

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before HAVE YOU: dows and doors Including the In accepting these credits Mrs.
publication. News items welcomed for L Canceled all daily deliveries
are all sources- garage? Smith stated that this contribution
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. ? 7. will
Arranged to have
your lawn on the part of the Navy
2. Left
Advertisements a lamp or two
are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning con- cut? be of tremendous assistance to
such should ba, directed to the Holt Publishing nected to an automatic timer, so 8. Arranged with meeting thecommunity'
a neighbor local hospitals In
Company 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8 Florida that your lights turn on at dusk, or post office to hold needs for
all [
mail? *; plasma
w---; turn off again bedtime to create 9. j
Rented advice
a safety deposit hardship Cases. Upon
a "lived-in" look while
you'reaway
box for storage of all valuables? from doctors or hospital administrators
?
VOL. 22 NO. 50
FEBRUARY 25, 1965 Help
3. Discontinued the your police department credits will be applied
newspaperor combat burglaries by following where plasma has been used
( arranged to have it forwarded this
)? home guide when leaving your by patients unable to pay thenor-

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43 don, J.R. Brown, R.D. Conn,
Sailors
Excuses
Financial Aid OfferedTo M.A. Conrad, L.L. Daniels, R. p.
Donoho, L, Ferguson C.E. Fol-
Excuses Advanced lett, G.W. Freeman.D.Hatbaway, .
College Students L.A. Hevert, ..U.Hill, W.S.Hur
AI HATTC ley, C.W. Ktnghorn, L.D. Kleler,
ExcusesSafety W. Lamastus, W.E. Lois ate,.
Ambitious? High goals In mind? Make the most of your Intelligence Forty three sailors at the Naval Mclain, K.R. Morris, J.P. Nye,
and Initiative through a college education. Consider the attain Air Technical Training Center P.T Omleclnskl, W. Reynolds,
ment of a college degree as your prime Investment In higher Income, experts have been ableto were advanced to Airman Febru- J. RInehart, J.D. Shaw, D.T.
prestige and opportunity. This achievement will return an average break most postaccldent excuses ary 16 as a results of completingthe Skaggs, A.F. Snyder, T. Soren-
lifetime: profit of $365,000, about $145.000 above the earnings of a down Into three categories, Airman Familiarization sen, G.W. Stewart, L.A. Sum-
high school graduate. -- and they offer several sugges- Course ter, W.F. TIppett, R.L. Tolley,
Navy men of ambition and abi- tions how to profit from these The AIR FAM course consistsof T.D. Vera, D.R. Wargal, D.A.
lity are keenly aware that education student. Funds are limited and commonly heard phrases: the first two weeks of Whlttinghll, and, EJ. Wllke.
contributes to their growthand the Tuition Aid Is available on a L "I didn't see..." Drivers AE"A" and AO"A" school. Students -
advancement during a naval first-come first-serve basis. who use this excuse mistake of both schools attend this ,
and For more Information on this looking for phase of training together. The .
career to expanding job opportunities seeing. Keeping
following retirement. program see the CITE officer. 'alert on the road, getting the training consists of basic airman Cl 111 11A

It can also lead to winning the For the persons interested in big view ahead, keeping the subjects such as aircraft handling CbYutVthbSEE
officer's eagle and shield. full-time study, there are many eyes moving and aiming highin survival gear, and aircraft
A common problem which Is all programs. The National Defense steering Instead of using a nomenclature. In addition military PAGE 16 AND
too often a deterrent to com- Student Loan Program fixation point will help] driver requirements are coveredIn YOU'LL KNOW WHY!
see_and understand a series of "home
pleting one's education concerns which provides low-Interest, what's infront study"lessons.
finances. To list all of the varied long-terp' loans for prospective of him. RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
2. "I didn't Those advanced to Airman
ways of obtaining funds Is impossible students. The Scholarships are think... ThisIs
but here are a few offered through Individuals, Institutions the excuse given by the were: J.P. Allen, C.W. Absher
opportunities available for part- and clubs generally other driver to do what seems EJ. Arle, J. Berqulst, B.E.
time and full-time students. establish scholarship funds. sensible stopping at stop Black, J.D. Blankenshlp, J. R. CEDAR HILLS
For the part-time students Some of these are the Fleet Reserve signs, yielding right of ways, Blevins, S.C. Boyd, C.L. Bran-
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PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS _


1- Navy Ship Travels Via U.S.MailWASHINGTON DOD Praises Servicemen I

Washington (AFPS) U.S. servicemen In the Republic of Viet-
D.C.,...(NAV- of on the high seas. Constitution. Nam have received high praise for their professionalism and quick
NEWS.For the first time In The travels soon to be con- In ceremonies recently held in .21"t'nn' following the surprise attack by Viet Cong forces Feb.. 't'.
I the history of the U.S. Navy, it ducted daily will be via a new the Post Office Department Vic- Defense authorities relayedthis
will soon have a fighting ship four-cent embossed stamped envelope tor M. Longstreet Assistant Secretary praise after receiving a "The "deliberate surprise -

traveling via U.S. Mail instead depicting the original USS. of the Navy for Financial first-hand report from an offi- tacks" by the Viet Cong took the at-

Management accepted the first cial who had Just returned from lives of eight U.S servicemenand
insurance of the new envelope the Republic of VietNam.An wounded
many.
4)u) (} featuring "Old Ironsides" from example of heroism was Immediate reaction came from
the Post Master General JohnA. demonstrated when a military
.. the United States
following
: :: a
:::::::: .
:::::'::.:.:::::::::::::::.::.::.::.:::.::. GronouskU policeman warned officers and meeting by President Johnson and
::.:::;:;:;:;;
: of threeIn
DEIHL.Chevrolet The new envelope one men in the compound at Pleiku the National Security Council

our heritage series, will soon of the on-coming Viet Cong. Mo- Withdrawal of dependents, deployment -
go on sale,employing emblems of ments later he was killed. Thosein of a Hawk missile bat-
liberty In their design. The other the compound fought off the talion to the Republic of Viet-

two are a five-cent Eagle attackers before any large explo- Nam and air strikes by U.S.
envelope and a one and onequarter sive charges could be placed. and South Vietnamese air elements -
cent Liberty Bell. The same example of profes-
against North
Viet-
CHEVROLET in JacksonvilleDOWNTOWN The new embossed stamped envelopes sionalism was portrayed at Camp Nam targets were among the actions -
.
were designed by Navy Holloway, an air strip about four taken by the United States
veteran Bob Jones and are expected miles from Pleiku. In the dead following the Viet
Cong raids.
to save the Post Office of darkness their reaction to the
"It has become clear thatHanoi
924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE some six-million
Department Viet Cong assault was impres- has undertaken a more aggres-
dollars over a 4 year period.
sive. sive course of action against both
South Vietnamese and American
Installations" President John-

son said, "and against Ameri-
.,, .." ,, '"7't, ,, 1
''"<'1 >"$ > '," ','" "t' '" > v ). '' .' 'z\i > I cans who are In South Viet-Nam

'. : ",:: < )ti, <1 :', assisting the people of the

: ,., .... ,,'( ,>t country defend their freedom."
474t N 0 The President explained "We
: ',
," have no choice now but to clear
3i the decks and make absolutelyclear
out continued determination

"y' % MONEYDOWN ::{ to back South Viet-Nam in its
fight to maintain its independence -
,"
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'. ,f, Initial attacks onDongHolbar-
I : racks and staging area In the
> < southern part of North Viet-Nam
"
.<,":. were by aircraft from the car-
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and USS Coral Sea. An A-4

trA4N\\: t\w > 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH aircraft from the Coral Sea was

;! 1 &&*&* !* *&* ? - .... ': ;OR 6MONTHS; TO PAY tions forced some U.S. and South
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ti tfe. ,? *. area of Vinh LInh. U.S. Air
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t FEBRUARY 25, 1965 J'A' AIR NEWS P"A' GE 5' 1


ship School by obtaining the high p'w

.,, r'' McHeffeyNamed est point accumulation ever. rTJjL
.
....-.-...... ,; 1 "!' 1
'" XII' ". t Glenn R. HcHeffey, ATR3, received -
; ,; the honorman award for
., f the new record he set of
ii <.." '\ <. Honorman 1. 423.89 out of a possible 1,500
'
A NARTU Jax man has set a points.
r I 1I' record at the NATTC Leader- John D. Davis, AE3, another
r, NARTU Jax man, finished second
r .. College GED Test In the, class with 1,367 points.

,,t., :, To be ReplacedBy ward Presenting was Cdr.the G. A.honorman Sandquist a-,

4a N ,.Hi- Jr., NATTC .?(O. The ceremoniestook
..
place February 12 In the
.:, ,. Five-Part Exam
'. Glenn R.
NATTC
McHeffey
Gymnasium.
P'''''.k...'i.,"f< .' .
Five
Washington (AFPS) new
TAG SALE Copt. J. R. Macfcroth, CO MAS, purchases hit 1965 tests will replace the current -- --

licenses tag from Mrs. Vivan Wagner, President of the Navy Wives college-level General Educa- Hany B. MishoeaudCompany
Club Togs ore on sale in Bldg. 3. tional Development (GED) test- Y
battery July 1, according to Defense -
Department education offi- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Freedoms Foundation Gives
cials.
INCOME TAXES AND BUSINESS CONSULTANT
Called GECCT(General Exam-
Awards to 336 WinnersFor inations battery of the Comprehensive Home Office 3811 Standing Blvd. Tel. 771.8080

College Tests), a major Branch Office 7323 Lenox Avenue. Tel. 781.1274
difference from the four-part
Complete Details on Local Winner, See Page 1. GED Is addition of a mathematics -

test and Increased recom-
Valley Forge, Pa. (AFPS) Five of the top nine winners In the mendation from 24 to 30 credit
1964 Freedoms Foundation letter writing contest were presented their hours.
awards at the foundation's annual ceremony here Feb. 22. The U. S. Armed Forces Institute -
First Place winner was Staff Sergeant Carl E. Carr, 3345th Maintenance (USAFI I) will administerthe
and Supply Squadron, Chanute AFB, m. Sergeant Carr tests for active duty service I
received $1,000 and an encased personnel to establish college USED CARSTHESE
George Washington Honor Medal Medal went to 52 ((24 Army, 12 credits toward a baccalaureate
Other winners at the Valley Navy, 13 Air Force and 3 Ma- degree or for military equi-
Forge ceremonies were Edward rine Corps); $50 and medals went valency purposes.
Ashby, Yeoman First Class, Of- to 51 ((14 Army, 14 Navy, 17 Air GECCT samples a student's ,, -s.-
fice of Information,Navy Depart- Force and 6 Marine Corps); separate grasp of subjects ordinarily Included -
ment, Washington, D. C.; Air- medals were awarded to In the general educational CARS/
man First Class Terry L. Bar- 70 ((26 Army, 20 Navy, 17 Air requirements for the first two
nes, 3220th Air Base Group, Force, 2 Marine Corps and 5 years of college, an offtclalsald.
Amarillo AFB, Tex.; Airman Coast Guard); and Honor Certificates Examinations are In English
Third Class Mary Agnes Dugan, went to 162 ((46 Army, 47 composition, humanities, mathematics -
Barksdale AFB, La., and Capt. Navy, 52 Air Force, 9 Marine natural sciences and so- DUVAL MOTORSSAN
Philip W. Marquardt, 3972nd Air Corps and 8 Coast Guard). cial sciences-history.
Base Squadron, New York, N.Y. Civilian credit recommendations -
The four each received $100 and are made by the American JUAN LOT RIGHT OFFROOSD/ELT1
George Washington Honor Medal March Draft Call Council on Education(ACE), but
Awards.An actual of credit towarda
Boosted by Army granting Individual colleges 64 FORD.. .. .$2995 62 GALAXIE . .. .$1395
encased George Washington degree is up to
Honor Medal was won by or universities. Station wagon, country 500" Ford, 4 dr.,V-8,auto/

the Directorate for Armed For- Washington (AFPS) Un- USAFI will continue to admin- squire, full power, factory trans., power steer.
ces Information and Education, expected Army enlisted losses In ister the current GED battery air, luggage rack,light blue

Department of Defense, in a December have prompted the Defense until June 30, when It will be with blue interior, 11,000 61 DODGE. . .. $2195
special category, "For a Department to revise Its v retired from the Inventory. miles, new car warranty. Wagon V-8, auto/tram.,
comprehensive program designed original March draft call from power steer & brakes, foe '
to help Armed Forces per- 3,900 to 7,900 men. 64 FORD. 0 . $2895 tory air
sonnel understand the appreciatethe The revised procurement objective WESCONNETTFURNITURE Galaxie 500, full power,
precious freedoms over which for March, for enlistedmen CO. V-8, cruise- -malic. many
they stand guard." who have had no priorserv- 61 FORD. . .. .$1295
5326 WesconneU Blvd at 103rd extras, new car warranty,
Sergeant Carr and other representative Ice, is 15,900 of which 7,900 several 1 to choose from. Starliner, 2 dr., Hardtop,
winners from the will be provided by the Selective V-8, auto/trans., R&H, pow
armed services also] attended Service System. NEW & USED 63 FORD FASTBACK.$2195 er steer., factory air., light

President Johnson's Inauguration Including the March call, TV SETSFURNITURE V-8, auto/trans., R&H, power blue with blue int.
in Washington last month. 3,021,250 Inductees have been requested steering, factory air,
Those other winners were Lieu- of Selective Service by
light blue with blue int.
tenant Colonel F. W. Frank, U.S. the Defense Department since
60STUDEBAKER. . ..$495
Army Corps of Engineers, Camp September 1950. I EASY CREDIT I 63 RENAULT.$795 4 dr., standard shift.'
San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Lieu- It's how an earthquake Standard shift, radio, red
strange
tenant John W. Margedant, U.S. 4,000 miles away seems less ofa .FREIGHT SALVAGE with white interior.

Naval School, Pre-Flight, U.S. catastrophe than the first .REPROSSESSIONSBargains 59 MERCURY. . $695
Naval Air Station, Pensa- 63 FAIRLANE.$1495
scratch on new car. Auto/trans., V-8,
cola, Fla.; Major Robert It Dur- your Galore! 500., V-8, auto/trans.I / ,R4H, power
Banking & brakes
steer. air cond.
ning, USMC, Marine Corps Reserve Come in and Brouse solid. blackTrithredinterior.

Training Center, 2nd Bat- Be a patient pedestrianavoid Open 9 A.M. to '7 P.M. 63 GALAXIE. ..... $1695 ,.
talion, 24th Marines, USMCR, Phone 771.0750I
Chicago, IlL, and Cadet First being a pedestrian patient. 500 XL., V-8, auto/trans., 59 ENGLISH FORD ...$395
Class J. R. Offutt, U.S. Coast Sparta News-Plaindealer power steer, and brakes, Anglia 2 dr.

Guard Academy, New London, R&H, black with red i int.

Conn.
63 FALCONS.$1095 57 CHEVY.$595Some
list-
Including those previously
ed, there were 336 winners in the automatic several 4 dr., sedan, 6 cyl., auto/
contest. Awards of $100 and choose from. trans., R&H.

the George Washington Honor
SPECIAL MILITARY FINANCING!

CAN YOUTAKE

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For Financing And Insurance

Stateside And Overseas. Call
DYER M. BURR .{..
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FINANCE CORPORATION AND M O T O R S t.

INTERNATIONALINSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE on Mduffno.l3eaver Post time 8 o'clock; 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 44536t

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: RICHARD ODEGAARD, CS2, a
\ e MM ,, '! ":--Y ." jrOr Naval Hospital .
... : : patient at the U.S.
'' .
Ni..1 : : .,
:
El to Mrs. C.E.
1 + demonstrates
.4w.rM Ra
I Rogers, Budg et&Welfare Chairman .
for the Officers' Wives
Club how the club's donationwill
> Jr be used. .Miss Edith Ott (III I),
Recreation Supervisor, and
... :
"'" Mrs.
Field Director
"" Hospital
,. ] Helen Hasted, (rl) also enjoy the ,
::33
demonstration. The presentation :3 d .
t 1 of the $300 check to the Red '1_ .

Cross Arts & Crafts Program A of' students from the University of Catania,
VISITORS group
((1U1 marks the fifth the JOWC
year ,from their aircraft
has contributed. Catania, Sicily, pause 1 long enough familiari.
zation tour to pose for photo.

\ y. VP-5 "Mad Foxes" :Host

THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY! Catania University Group

After an official welcome
DOWN PAYMENT Patrol Squadron Five hosted a the Executive Officer, Cdr. M.by
Feb. 13
of students
ten
group D. Marsh the group had apple
of Catania,
from the University
pie and ice cream in the Galley
Sicily. The boys, ages twelve Afterwards they moved to the air
to seventeen were sponsored by field for tour through the squad
the Catholic
Father Navarria
SP-2E,"NEP11JNE."
Parrish.ron's
Priest of the Cantanla
;; to .
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5943 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone EV 7-4944

11TiVIIi1TUe 'fJi Only One Mile From NAS Main Gate

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

rSlBR-PlYM OUTH INC. MILITARY HAMBURGERS SPECIAL-REDUCED(to go) 25*PRICES

SHAKES (to go) 25*
PHONE JAX 264-6555 GREEN COVE SPRINGS THIS WEEK ONLY!! f) r
CIIOICE KANSAS CITY STEAK A J
AUTHORIZED SEAFOOD-CHOPS'ROAST

DEALER 1 CHRYSLER "Serving Food as Good as the Best for 33 Years"



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RHODES FURNITURE COMPANY BUYS







$56 ,000 00 Inventory Of




, NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE


T0 BE SOLD AT SACRIFICE PRICES SAVE 20% TO 60% AND MORE
at Normandy Blvd. and Lane

EVERYTHING REDUCED first come, first served-EASY TERMS

INSTANT CREDIT
Your credit purchases are handled on the HERE IS THE STORY BEHIND THIS SALE EVERYTHING REDUCED WE LIST
spot, no trips to the bank or extra papers Mr. C.D. Collins Pres.of Rhodes Furniture has accepted the offer ONLY A FEW; OF THE THOUSANDS
to sign. Rhodes finances its own installment of Mr. V. three Pres. of orwayside Furniture.Now
purchases. Most often, this means savings to Rhodes has fine stores to serve the people of greater Jackson OF ITEMST SACRIFICE PRICES
ville. Expansion and remodeling plans have not been announced as
you. yet.Mr. Flowers has enjoyed doing business In Florldl'for the past 54
years and has been at the present location 9 years.The stores All items subject to prior sale... no dealers
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ATOUR greatest sale Is announced to clear the 12000sq. ft.display floors of please. AU sales final! No mail or phone
FRONT DOUR the current Inventory.The store Is crammed with
overflowing fine
orders I You don't need cash use yourcredit.
furniture to be closed out atsacrifice prices.This Is
OPEN TODAY 10 AM I to 9 I'M. your opportunity
to save.Unheardof reductions have been marked on every piece in the $1 down. .up to 24 months to pay.



1Rh Sale at NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE e

f.--rr'lltUr'e i
: 5887 NORMANDY BLVD. at LANE AVE.



FEBRUARY 25, 1965
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7

primary functions are educationand -
-- ---------------- -----
Aid To Cancer research but its deep con-
I Patients ; The cern for the cancer victim has

made patient service an Impor- liIJ ;
I
rl.lll1l
America Cancer SocietyPatient tant part of Its program. '

., When cancer strikes imme- :;1. ...!: : :
= : >>
>>!$;% ;;;
aid tocancer victims Isa diate aid from official community -

large and growing part of the expensive for an Individual to agencies may not be avail- Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
This
local American Cancer Society buy. Includes aspirators, able because of the need to establish Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than

program. facilities provided by suction pumps, overbed tables, eligility. The Cancer So- Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads ar-

the local Cancer Society are expanding etc.The loan closet ciety moves Into this gap and pro- riving too late for this deadline will be published the following
to meet the needs of the also supplies vices the help needed until offi- week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .

patient. The facilities and assis- which dressings and bandages, many of cial help is available. check or money order for the full cost of. the ad must be

tance are provided without are The not available commer Frequently, the medic ally Indi- received WITH the copy for (the ad.
cially. dressings are manu- gent are Ineligible for official aid. DO NOT SEND CASH
charge.
factured by volunteer groups In these cases the local Unit RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
Cobalt Equipment from raw materials purchased by attempts to help to the limit of Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 035.
the Cancer
Society. 60,000 its resources It pays for home
addition
dramatic medi-
A to
dressings were distributed by the visits by the Visiting Nurses 1I1181nII111. a -
cal tools was made by the local local Unit In 1963.
Unit as a gift to the Duval Medi- Association, pays transportationcosts

cal center In 1963. A 6,000 Information, a Priceless Aid to places of treatment,
sometimes FOR SALE 3 Br home closeto FOR RENT furn, and unfurn
HIM Cobalt therapy machine of Perhaps the most important private even for arranges with NAS $50. down $50 month. apts. Call Mrs.Gross 771-9007.
sources special help.
the latest design with a completeset service rendered by the Cancer Call Art Powell USN RET, 264-

of accessories went Into Society to the patient In Infor- Tumor ClinicsThe 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.

operation In August and during Its mation where to get the help Cancer Unit and the State FURNISHED BACHELOR APT. -

first month of operation providedmore and service when cancer strikes. Board of health finance comp redec. $1L per week. 5
jointly
than 700 treatments. The local Unit has collectedthis tumor clinics of UNFURN. APT FOR RENT Blks. from Dwntwn JAX. Call
kinds In
Cobalt is used to treat deep information on all community Duval two Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR after 1800. EV 8-9886.
seated tumors. Because itdoesn't resources and provides consulta- County Both are free to Kit. Equip. 3 ml NAS $115 mo.
the cancer patient and both are
bother the skin, treat- Owner 7718697.
tion service to the patient and manned local
voluntarily by phy-
ments can be given over a shorter his family. It also assists in sicians. 6 USED TV'S $35.00 to $150.00

period .than with X-ray, a securing the help needed from The clinic at Duval Medical FOR SALE Inc. Prop, duplex Guaranteed for 30 days. Parts
similar method of therapy. The these sources. and Labor. Call Chuck 389-
Center arranges treatment for 3-plex 4-plex 3 ml NAS $115
Cobalt equipment cost more than 3672.
$50,000.00. Stop.Gap Emergency Aid the patient. The clinic at St. mo. Owner 771-8697.
Vincent's Hospital Is a teaching
Loan Closet The American Cancer SocietyIs clinic to help broaden the knowledge
A not a welfare agency. Its ] of URGENTLY NEED: reliablewomen -
Less dramatic perhaps, but of physicians.ANNOUNCEMENT
REAL ESTATE: Information on for new baby sitting
Importance, is the Loan agency.
great sales, purchases, equities, or Call 7713995.
Closet equipment available for FHA VA homes, call WalterT.

use by all cancer patients. While Bowen, USN Rtd Chaster

the Closet includes the ordinary Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or FURN APT ORANGE PARK -

apparatus like hospital beds, 387-2851 at night. 2107 Mound St., duplex. 1 Br.
wheel chairs and crutches, It also '
recently refinished, water &
Includes little known
equip- O. sewage free, $55.00 mon. Call
which would be
ment extremely 389-9289 (after 5 PM).
ler Bill Dobson is nov V We specialize in INSURANCE LOW RATES

located at Ray's men's & women's hair. For safe drivers, SR 22's filed

BILL'SDRIVE BARBER SHOP cuts & flpt t.tops. meets base requirements, FOR RENT 2 br.unfurn.boose.
k monthly terms,for fast courteous
LR, Bath Ige kit (eqp) Brz-way.
service '
through Independent
IN We need your headin Agent. Garg. wat. & garb serv., furn.
No drinking $77.50 Mo. Conv.
our business.RAY'S ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191
to NAS & Cecil Fid. Avail Mar
1507 Street at 5 Points.
Margaret
BAR BQat 1st. 5160 101st St. (off Ortega
Farms Blvd.) Call SP 1-2377
its best BARBER SHOP after 6 P.M.

Also FULL MENU ORANGE PARK 3 BEDROOMS,
1922 U.S. HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK 2 BATHS FOR SALE OR RENT.

NOW UNDER NEW 264.9545, RAY BRADLEY Owner & OperatoriVANDERBIIT $62.00 per mo. and up, VA or NEW GE AUTOMATIC WASHER-

MANAGEMENTVERN& In-service. No down payment, 1 year warranty. $148.60 with

DEBBIE WEEKS some already flnanced-no quali trade. Nothingdown, L5Oweek-

owner & operator fying. Rentals $85 unfurnished, ly. Call Cliff 389-3672.

6035. ROOSEVELT BLVD. $100 furnished. Phone 264-649L
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BILL DONNELL BUILDERS.

I TIRES FURN HOUSE FOR RENT 1

Br, LR, Ige Kit (eqp) Den, Bath

A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA "PROVEN FOR MILEAGE-QUALITY.PRICE" USED TV CLEARANCE10 to Scr por. wat furn. 5148 101st

3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU choose from. $25.00 and up. St. (off Ortega Farms Blvd.)
Phone 387-2121. Avail March 1st before. Conv.

NAS & Cec Fid. No .

SAFEDRIVERS INll'WU' :: 117 :itK SINGER $50.00 SP Mo.RUMMAGE 1-2377 after drinking.Call 6 P.M.


.. .. ...... .. .. .. DIAL
11. QUALITY NYLON VanderbfhPremkumI O

24 MONTH 38 MONTH MATIC SALE 1st Thursday

UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE Sewing Machine Console Model. each month. Scout Bldg.

BLACKWALL WHITEWALL A-1 shape. Sold new for over 10 A.M. 2 P.M. Oak Crest

SIZE EACH SIZE EACH $300. Pay off balance of $82.40or Methodist Church 5900 Ricker

SAVE 600a11. .. .... .10.31 600.13..13.33 assume monthly payments of Road.

I 650.11.. ..... .IUI 650.11. .. .. IUI $7.80. Will take older machineas

.............. ... .... 700.11. .. ... 12.31 700.13..11.3. part payment. Call Credit
750.14. .. ... IUI 750.14. ... .. 11,61 Manager, 353-1946 night or day. FOR SALE LAKE SHORE HOME-

.. ... .. .. .
MONEY 800.14. II.U 800.14. ,9.6 A-l Sewing Machine Co. 3 Br, with extras on corner lot.
150.14. . ... IUI 150..4. .. .. 2'012
650.1S .... $13 950.14. .. .. 25.46 Conv. 4645 Irvlngton Ave.

670.1S . .. e U 670.13 .. .. 15.0.
on car insurance 710.1S .. .... .10$1 110.13..16.47 TRAILER LOT 'FOR RENT -

with an all new plan that 760.15 ... 12.U 760015. .. .. 17.4 6338 Woodman Drive, Venetla FOR SALE Room Air conditioners
Add 2.50 101'h Ilewalls 120.15. ....... 22,62AddS2.felor15"TubelmTues Terrace, fully equipped with excellent condition. Call
sets rates by
your your '
AddS2.MoulmlS"TubelelsTusAll '
patio. 771-5745. 241 or 430.
driving record. See me fi,.. Fl.. T.. & E&cion9( ..No.$3.00 Add-On if Old Tir Not Rtc.ppobl
soon

FLOYD S.OSBORNEUSNre. 1 ROTATION FOR RENT Deluxe
t apartmentIn
$ t RADIO, TV, HI FL STEREO
Riverside. Unfurnished2bed
> FREEMOUNTINGJTUBEREPAII
4 C-B gear repaired. BEE Elec-
6413 Roosevelt Blvd. SPECIAL; tronics. 6502 BARMER DRIVE, rooms, Kitchen equipped; Con-
venient to Bus, expressway and
Phone 771.3286.ALTERATIONS .
PHONE: 389.2181IIIATIONWIDE
...... CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE Shopping Center. Practically
MAIN 17th &STREET Mam, 3504 Blending .,.4. 3244 PSilif. Hi$Kw.y new. Well kept. Interested in
4.9051 (CtdarHilli W. "'"gC,.".') FL 9 2088 .
EL children
tenents.
'Acratt Fr.* PUn P.eeiac'SANDY permanent No -
CROSSO. OPENSJM:: !:tD..fRI civilian, mili-
.
OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 PX[ no 2917
pets. Remington
GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANYHem.Offits MCR. Til 9 PM Rates sewed while wait.
CARROLL CRIBB,Mr. tary. you
*.%. 7...** : Columbia, Ohio I OPEN DAILY 'TIL 6 P.M. ERNIE CRIBS Mr. Street. Call 389-1982 after
Call 388-6395.
fc t 6:00 P.M.

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: "0" Club usa Notes Bluejacket's Inn


Thursday, February 25 Thursday, February 25
25
Thursday, February
Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Homemade Goodies Night Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 8:30-
Dinner 6-9 p.m. Friday, February 26 11:30 p.m.Friday.
26 February 26
Friday, February
Roarn 20's Party 8-11 p.m.
i Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Saturday, February 27 Glenn Delatones 9-1 a.m.
Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. Saturday, February 27
VOLUNTEERS-Th.i.volunteer cut out, otMrnbU and s layfttt Music by Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m. Blincl Date Night
items and package thorn with other baby orticUs that or diitrbuUd }- 27 Sunday, February 28 Phil Cays Chantels 9-1 a.m.
os part ol Navy Rdid Program os n ed d by fomili i i s in the Saturday, February Sunday, February 28
e Jacksonville ara.r Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. St. Johns Presbyterian Church
Music by Johnny Jelinek 8:30- Movie "The Sergent Was A Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30-
12:30 a.rn.Sunday. Lady" 11:30 p.m
February 28 Monday, March 1 Monday, March 1
Inlet MarinaAND
Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs of Not Available Pizza 2 for 1 NightTuesday

BOATYARD Beef Tuesday, March 2 March 2
MERCURY SALES & U Monday, March 1
Game Night Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.Wednesday .
BOATS-MOTORS-TRAILERS
Happy Hour 3:30-6.p.m. Wednesday, March 3 March 3
Wet & Dry Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday.
Storage
Disc Jockey Show Game Night 8 p.m.
Marine
Ways
.
March 2
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.98351 (Mexican) CPO Club Acey Ducey Club

Wednesday, March 3

Fried Chicken Night 6-9, p.m.loaf's Thursday, February 25 Thursday, February 25

BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE Pizza Night Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.

AND THE BEACHESmmm Friday, February 26 Friday, February 26
SPOOFS
Dance to Phil Cays Chantels Mark Castle 8:30-12:30 a.m.
,
I '1 rr M4NYPEOPL.E E L'fNAt L- Saturday, February 27 Saturday, February 27

1; L.MNG Wrf 4 N1NEIRINGOIM Dance to Bud Clark John Arnold "4" 8:30-12:30 a.m.

FRITZ 15AFATW0RSE114M4 'C Sunday, February 28 Sunday, February 28
DE
PARMA Dance to Mark Castle March Wilson 8:30-11:30 p.m.
L Ret.
owner CPO Monday, March 1 Monday, March 1

Game Night Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.
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Tuesday, March 2 Tuesday, March 2

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Most of the local golfers took I
starting

week the as Breaks Century Mark ; advantage weather of over the this exceptionallyfine past week

victory end and celebrated Washington's'
Birthday with a round of golf.
NAS The 105-89 Assistant Pro Jack Plva related
USS
can ; Wasp, mat play was as heavy as he could
remember for this time of
30 year.
VP- ;
composite team of "Cagers" from the NAS Intramural ranks The weekly "Blitz' was won by rt
gue, two "Cagers" from the Marine Aviation Detachment out scored Cliff Doyle and partners Gus Dul- e,
cord at team from the USS Wasp this past week-end in a high scor- lakls, Frank Scruby, and Bill aJ
t, at 13-1 melee at the NAS Gym, 105-89. Wright. Their collective effort ar,
The first half play was fairly close and at Intermission time Jax resulted In a seven under best
tion. are leading the Wasp,by two points, 49-47. ball to win by two shots over
the second half the Wasp the field of eight teams. t,
game.Hospital. some without the services could have prevailed.Jax Ron Marsh dropped in a seven t\
} Terms"j' strong, rugged and high Navy outscored the Waspon foot pun for an eagle three on S
center Bob Smith, who field goals, 46-38, while each the par five seventeenth.
an ankle injury in the turned in an identical number of Final matches in the Station b
half and saw almost no ac- free throws, 13 apiece. Military Championship are slat- c
In the second period. Smith The leading scorer for Jax ed for this week. Dale Klahn ,
the leading scorer for Navy and the game was Fred Klo meets Dave Clark In the championship b
Wasp at half time with 17 man, of the Hospital who pouredin flight. Mayberry and a
f : With him in the second 47 points, 29 of which were Leonard will meet for the first t
lineup both teams might have tabulated in the second period. flight honors. Captain Cason will
[ gone over the century Following Kloman was Chuck take on the winner of the Frank-
and a much closer game Austin, of FICEUR, who droppedin lln-Stefl match in the second r
25 points with Dick Marks, of flight. Duke and Pickens will s
CHURCH of CHRIST the Hospital with 13 and Bob War- meet for the third flight honors. e
ner, of FICEUR with 12 points to The "Two Ball" held this past t
WESCONNETT BLVD.
NEAR NAS round out the players scoringin Sunday was won by Frank Heyer y
OFF TIMUQUANA RD. double figures for the local and Julie Williamson with a low e
Navy squad. gross of 82. Lew Chaff and
SUNDAYS: Five "Cagers" from the Wasp Betty Hsyer along w Ith Russ Emig
: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP entered.the double figures. They and Marion Miller tied for second
A.M. WORSHIP were headed by Scott with 22, place with 84. Low net honors
Boats P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAY& McCracken with 19, Smith with went to Ernie Mills and Marion
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Spring Sports possible. *
''NAS Bowling An organizational meeting for
ShortsDo Softball umpires will be held
Monday, March 1, at 11:30 a.m.
you need Softball equip- in the NAS Athletic Office and
The first Intramural"Kegler"action ment for your team that will plans for a softball clinic will
Bo\Vl I llg Fans"By of the year took place In tiniii1 be participating In the NAS Intramural be arranged at this time. Interested -
the new+ NAS Lanes Bldg. 'fflfii!, 1 OpeningRibbo leagues??? If you do personnel are urged to
this past week with a record nufrH you should contact the purchasing attend this meeting.
By Kurek, ber of entries, 63, participating agent at Ext. 8792 as soon *
ADR2, VP-30 teams. j ceremonies to as possible.
The officially open the new Bowling The deadline for entries in the
league results are: *r
Bowling consists of many Center will be held tomorrow at NAS Spring Intramural Golf lea-
rules; one that'shouldbe acquired Lilly's, Play Boys 3-1 7 p.m. Cdr. L.A.Menard,Execu- All personnel Interested in gues has been set for this Fri-
early by the young at heart, Is AEWRON-A", Flag Staffs 4-0 tive Officer of NAS, will cut the participating in either varsity day, February 26. Twentyoneteams
always have an excuse ready foil Cloak-n-Daggers, Molarolas 2-2 ribbon on this occasion. The boxing or varsity swimming are have already entered and
any ball that you throw.If 3rd Crewman, Riggers 3-1 alleys, located next to the Indoor urged to contact the NAS Athletic it Is hoped that one more team
Eagles, Darters 21 Y2. Pool, have been open for Director, at Ext.. 585, as soon as can be located to even out the
leave one pin, you were business 1p2m'cs
you since last week.Everyone 6"-'
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, JAX AIR NEWS
PAGE 12 _
F. D. Heyer 84; Russell Emig
& Mrs. F. B. Miller 84
,I Interservice 0" Wives GolfThe Low Net

I Officers Wives Mixed Two 1st E. J. Mills & Mrs. A. C.
Tournaments Ball Tournament held Sunday Cason, 67 1/2
!J February 21, at the NAS links 2nd Dr. & Mrs. H. R. Deming,
1 The first round of play In the produced the following results: 681/2 e
Galloway System A ....... ..
Florida-Georgia In t e r s e r- Gross
Winners of the Low
y.. vice Volleyball and Bowling tour 1st Tied J. A. McAllister
nament was held this past week 1st Capt. F. D. Heyer& Mrs.R. & Mrs. Q. R. Whitmore, 75;
here at NAS. The second roundof B. Williamson, 82 Cdr. I. Landey & Mrs. B. G.
action Is slated to get under- 2nd Tied Lew Chaff& Mrs.. Strum 75
way March 6 at NAS Cecil Field.

:: Volleyball Results

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