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Creation Date: March 4, 1965
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VOL. 22 NO. 51 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 4, 1965

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Naval Reserve Sea ee8 To Cefetate Widaj

Celebrates 50th


Birthday HereThe At )Iaypolt 1 Tomonw)\ [Tight


United States Naval Reserve -
observed Its Fiftieth Bir- The 23rd anniversary of the Navy Construction Battalions and the
thday Wednesday March 3. Cdr. 98th birthday of the Civil Engineering Corps will be celebrated
John E. ONell Commanding Officer tomorrow night with a dinner dance at the Mayport Enlisted Men's
of the Naval Reserve Training Club.

Center, Jacksonville] Fla., Attending the festlvles will be captured with a weapon, they
points out that American naval ,'" .- ---- SeaBees and CEC officers from would have been shot as guer- ,
forces have been augmented by '1'# NAS, Cecil Field, and Mayport, rilas.
"' '
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citizen sailors in every war in plus the SeaBee Reserve squadron As a consequence, the Navy
which our country has been in- >, t""" : >", In Jacksonville Department decided to establisha
volved. One of four young ladies will wholly new outfit, one created
The Naval Reserve as a Fed- PROJECT SCRAP Director Captain W. H. Ayer reviews the 2,977 be selected SeaBee queen during from scratch In the black weeks
eral organization was established forms which NAS Jax has eliminated as a result of SCRAP. The ceremonies which will begin at following Pearl Harbor to meet

during the 63rd Congress, eliminated forms run the gamut from a COM closed form used to 800. The girls, Miss Pennie the special conditions of the Pacific .
when on March 3, 1915, Public ascertain how patrons desire their steaks cooked to Special Pay Lou Dobbs, representing RMCB- War. The answer was the
Law 271 was enacted which states request forms, Dental appointment cards, and a pet registration 614 of Jacksonville; Mrs. Wil- Seabees the NavalConstruction
In part "There is hereby form formerly used by pet owners residing aboard the station. liam Ralley,wife William Rail- Battalions organized by the
According to Captain Ayer, NAS Jax has made "First-class" effort .
established a United States Naval ey EOH3 of the NAS V-1 Division Navy's Civil Engineer Corps.
in the SCRAP movement.
Reserve. ." ; Mrs. Loma Nelson, wife of Recruited from the rough and
Approximately 60 percent of George Nelson, E01, from May- tough, highly skilled worker who
the personnel manning the Navy port; and Lt. Sidney's daughter built America's roads, dams,
during World War One were Naval SCRAP Director Tells AFMA Mary from Cecil Field and skyscrapers In peacetime,
Reservists. More than 80 per- will vie for the coronation to be the Seabees went ashore right
cent of the personnel manning our made during the cerempny. after the first assault waves and

Navy In World War Two were Paperwork Costs $$650 Million Following a steak dinner,dancing built shops, roads,landing fields,
Reservists, numbering over and celebrating will begin warehouses, docks, fuel tanks -
3,000,000 personnel with music being furnished by all the buildings required tosup-
The Armed Forces Management Association Chapter 40 met at the and Marine Corps
Almost thirty percent of the the ComFalrJax Dance Band. port Navy
Navy men on duty during the the Officers Club for their regular monthly meeting Thursday, Historically, for some months far from home.
Korean conflict were Naval Re- February 25. Captain W. H. Ayer, Director of Project SCRAP wasguest before the outbreak of WWII, the The: jobs were hard and dan-
servists. Thousands of Reser- speaker. at the meeting which also featured the nomination United States had been strength- gerous and the Seabees described
vists were on duty for the Ber- of new officers for the ening its insular outposts in the themselves as "Soldiers in
lin crisis of 1961 and for the Cuban Nominated for P Pacific by constructing various sailors uniform, with marine ,.
affair in 1962. Captain John R.Mackroth fortifications. When the war training, doing civilian work at "

Today there are approxi- B. R. Dixon. VP-16 Holds ORI broke out, these islands were attacked W.P.A. wages." There were over
mately 500,000 people associatedIn President nominees and the construction was 200,000 Seabees and they worked
some way with the Naval Re- E. T. Fortenberry and only partially completed.The and sometimes died in the South
serve. There are approximately B. Eubanks. Mr. J. J. After DeployingTo Navy Department realized Seas where they built in weeks

140,000 who carry orders to report ance was nominated for that they couldn't call upon the the bases for the Guadal canal
to duty stations within hours sident of Programs. Puerto Rico civilian constructlonmen to be campaign to Okinawa. At Iwo
in the event of mobilization. A. Tanner and Mr. J. subjected to attack along with our Jlma they went ashore with the
There are 50 Naval Reserve were selected as Patrol Squadron Sixteen, a garrisons of Marines on these(Islands first assault waves and one battalion -
Training ships which cruise with the position of really going outfit deployed to and It was Impracticableto lost one man In four. In
the Fleet regularly.Rear Mr. H. Chesley and Kindley Air Force Base, Bermuda give the workers weapons to the Atlantic the Seabees went ashore -
Splinter were chosen themselves. For civilians In Normandy and built the
Admiral Robert E. M. recently for Its annual protect
Ward, U. S. Navy, Commanderof nominees. Operational Readiness,Inspection, didn't normally have the beachheads that supplied the
the Naval Reserve Training Captain Ayer, In his after completion of taking their knowledge] to use weapons mll If forces ashore.
Command, with Headquarters In pointed out to the part in "Operation Springboard"at
bers that In
Omaha, Nebraska, said today that paperwork Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.

"your neighbors Jacksonville He cast broke 650 mllllondollars this large sum At the same time the squadron -
who are drilling with the Naval
lWH qe
down into more was participating at Puerto
Reserve are an important element -
of figures by pointing out Rico, they also maintained a detachment -
today's global seapower.
at Kindley Air Force
Navy spends 10 million
Their efforts are helping to protect
all of us." year RETYPING letters.12)I Base, and conducted! a heavy
ing this sum down ever maintenance schedule at their
The late Sir Winston Churchillsaid
the SCRAP director home port, NAS Jacksonville.
that the Reservist"Twice
a Citizen." The motto for this the average Navy The ORI!, conducted by Cap-
Fiftieth Anniversary is"Citizen- approximately 300. tain A. C. Cason, Commander
ship and Seamanship." Navy Department Fleet Air Wing Eleven, mea-
casts an average of $ sures the squadrons combat potential -

Navy Fleet Changes Told The page, according to to maintain a ready anti- tit
government submarine warfare force. Annual
Washington(AFPS) TheNavyhas in Washington prints ORFs keep the Navy's ASW
sand copies of each and other combatunits
sent 12 ships from the U.S. squadrons

Second Fleet on routine deploy- AFMA members were up-to-par and ever alert. ,.., ..
the main effect of this w.r 1 w
ment to the Mediterranean to relieve t
units of the Sixth Fleet. amount of paperwork Is During the ORI the squadronis
The Navy also announced deployment consumed by officers graded on all aspects of combat '
officers In the fleet drills
of the aircraft carrier readiness. NBC are
USS Independence from the Atlantic these administrative held to measure the squadrons
to the Seventh Fleet In the ments time that should defense against Nuclear Biological -
Far East In May. on training and and Chemical Warfare attacks -
The carrier USS Bon Homme "As a result of this as well as numerous other JACKSONVILLE MAYOR Lou Ritter presents Cdr. John A. Me-
Richard, now In the Pacific, will situation, the Secretary drills designed to measure the Allister a proclamation naming March 5 as "SeaBee Day" in Jack.
join the Sixth Fleet in the Med- Navy Is convinced that readiness of both the men and sonville. Florida .Governor Haydon Burns issued a similar proclamation
iterranean. (Continued on Page ) the squadrons planes. for the entire state on February 18.



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r .'br B;f,'>>?,t'r'fJe; ;qe b1: f.' ::1:';o!!: ,'s I: Chaplain's/ MessageBy

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__ J. R. Edwards, Jr.
SUNDAY
s +' 's In the so-called good old days, when men and women were forcedto
{ 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy take a long journey, they did It by means of a stage coach. There
Communion were no well-warmed planes and luxury vehicles. The passengerswere
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine first, second, and third class, and they paid accordingly. Un
Worship less the weather was attic or miserably wet, and inside and corner
i School for rheumetism or worse, there did
9:30 a.m. Sunday seats were a necessity against not
?> ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 seem at first to be much difference between the three classes.
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine It was when a difficult hill came to be negotiated, however, that
w Worship the real difference became apparent. Then it was that the guard

\ \ : 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship yelled out: "First-class passengers, sit. Second-class passen-
S,' 1 r WEDNESDAY gers, get out and walk. Third-class passengers, get out and push."
,_ I. If one compares the church today to a stage coach, traveling with
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal its load of passengers to eternity, it would appear that there are
wcl r far to many first-class passengers, those who impede the progress.
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal There are also too many second-class passengers; those who walk
alongside and grumble. The church needs far, far more to help the
\ j 1 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, faithful few common third-class who toil and sweat through the heat
k rc xFAlOo Also on all Holy Days and burden of the day.
Catholic Services at St. Ed- One thing we can be certain of, and that our Lord would be amongstthe
ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval third-class workers.

What so proudly we hailed. Hospital And what class passenger are you?
SUNDAY MASS

Editorial 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. On The RocksOne

Proper Respect to Anthem Edward's DAILY Chapel MASS


11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel of the most vexing questions In highway safety today is what
Good Serviceman
of
Mark percentage of the total number of persons killed and injured In high-
MONDAY & TUESDAY way accidents each year became casualties as a result of alcohol
TIs the Star-Spangled Banner O long may it wave." 4:15 King HallNATTC.. Liquor playing the part It does In the social life of Americans, Is
The "Star-Spangled] Banner," officially approved as the national p.m. certainly a factor, but how large a factor Is difficult, if not impossible -
anthem of the United States by Congress In March, 1931 was written FRIDAY to determine. From a study of the reports prepared by
by Francis Scott Key while he was a captive aboard a British war- be determinedthat
It
12:05 U.S. NavalHospital the various state motor vehicle departments can
ship In Chesapeake Bay during the bombardment of Ft. McHenryin p.m. approximately 85% of the casualties occur in accidents which involve -
the War of 1812- SATURDAY driver violations are motivated by liquor but how many is a
The words of the patriotic song were written In a burst of Inspiration -
question that is difficult to answer.So .
9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
the still the fort the
as saw flag flying over through
Key the old rule that liquor and gasoline do not mix still holds true!
morning mist after the bombardment.
"Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, *
7:00 8:00 and before -
p.m. p.m.
the watch'd "
O'er
ramparts we were so gallantly streaming.
Just as Key was Inspired by the sight of the U.S. flag billowing Masses _
victoriously over Ft. McHenry, veterans of all of the United States' Catechism Classes:Grade School 8A 1 / m I
wars and conflicts have been Inspired after their perilous fights. For SATURDAY 1J '
after victory, they too could experience that swelling of pride if they
could see Old Glory still "gallantly streaming" after the battle. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities .

Through our national anthem was inspired by one battle in a war building 722 '
of long ago, its words could be used to describe the many battles
that won the freedom we enjoy today. In dedication to this freedom T ralficViolations 0 !lilt' I

.... all citizens of the United States should pay proper homage wheneverthe
national anthem Is played.But .
there are frequent occasions when some citizens unfortunately
Including members of the armed forces, do not pay proper respectto The following is a report of
the "Star-Spangled Banner." motor vehicle accidents and traf-
It Is unthinkable that men, or women, wearing the uniform of their fic violations for the period Feb-
country's armed forces and thereby solemnly committed and dedi- ruary 21, 1965 through February "On the rocks."
cated to the protection of their country, could be so lax as to Ignoreor 27, 1965.
worse avoid paying respect to the national anthem. It is not Number of Accidents *
"square" or "corny" to get your heels together, face the music and
salute when the national anthem is played. And as paradoxical as February 14, 1965,thru February
it may seem some non-military people who don't know any betteror 20, 1965 . . .7 -
who feel they are not required to pay respect to the anthem, will This Week, February 21. 1965 a
be the first to censure a man or woman in uniform who does fall to thru February 27, 1965. .5 / ; i
do so. Pots do sometimes call kettles black. Total Accidents this year through OAR /
Paying proper respect proudly is a mark of a good soldier, sailor, February 27, 1965 . .41
Marine or airman to say nothing of a good citizen. If you feel Number of Accidents through =-
ashamed or If you fear being called a "flag-waver" or a "square" February 1964 . . 39 fJ
for for then In Number of Days since last injury ,
showing outwardly your respect your country, you are j > t4t
the wrong profession. And you may be quite sure that If there had In motor vehicle accident 0 :
-- not been enough men before you who were openly proud of their country . . . .52 1
and Its symbols, you would never have heard or seen "The Star-
Spangled Banner." Think It over. (AFPS) Number of Violations y\ljQ
This Week . . 64 ;) I
Speeding . . . 6
Reckless Driving . . 2 "On the rocks."
JAX AIR NEWS Going through Stop Sign . 4
Other Violations . . 52 *
Forty Seven drivers appeared

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic aringBoard ? j-
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, at the meeting held on March L I .
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Disposition of the cases Include
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the following: Loss of drivingand -
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, parking privileges aboard
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before station for various periods, 16; 7
0
to
Assigned
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- complete a six-hour .I
course In remedial
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. driving at
Jacksonville Police
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher ueries Academy, 7;
i
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing Suspended penalties, 17; Given

........... Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida Referred Warning. 13 to; Dismissed Commanding, 3; Of-and. 1 1T 1\
359-4040 359-0271.
Telephone or ficers for possible disciplinaryaction () \
5.TwentyFool. 0kniVCt.V
VOL. 22 NO. 51 MARCH 4, 1965 drivers : ; -
were assessed 2
a total of 90 Traffic
Points.
"On the rocks."

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What Tinw Is Its? / M uaooawo .1


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Of all the questions that con- England for totftAftce, London of Tokyo It's time to be up and
6 4G front the world, the one that's Bridge can bs UlU g down( or about Compound this situation \L i'
asked most frequently is "What Big Ben can s\C fed,but eleven several times and you see the
time Is It?" o'clock and faj* ddockmeantea problem to the modern world traveler -

The Bible doesn't record whe- time. To most ther or not Adam, when he woke means only th.f the working dayis where In the world In less thana
up In the Garden of Eden asked drawing to tb&. The Span- day but has trouble with the
the question of Eve. But It ish In Bar lwa *nd Madrid, simple task of telling time.

0 certainly wasn't to long before however, just l fogta the second And as If It weren't enough
0 reckoning the period between half of their Vftirkiqg day at four that the same time means different -

sunrise and sunset became im- o'clock, having r t en hard at siestas things to different people,

portant.As since nootj, the same time can also mean
long ago as in Ancient Obviously, ve Americans different time to different
edSSti Egypt, men were telling time by aren't so easy t11ng, Most of us people. Daylight Saving Time Is
watching the moving shadow of hate t9 "kill" rime *'" and! same the culprit.For many [our cities
an obelisk. The sun dial is the would! rather 'ftialce" It. Ben and states, the last week In April
first credited and authentic time- Franklin said ''time Is money," is time to turn the clocks aheadan
telling device believed to have and today's Nev>ng1An chicken hour to conserve daylight
originated in Babylonia In 2,000 farmers beli 1Vt Franklin was hours, while to the rest of the

S'Y't '..51 B.C.The right. They had their hens lay country, If s not.
Cpl.NA ;;CHINA'Y inevitable result of this around Situations then arise like the
NOITN ing eggs the locl<. How? WWII Air Force
111 NAMNNOI matter of time reckoning? Time They keep the tjftWwi coop lights one in an Indiana city where the

means dlfferentthlngstodlfferent( burning all ni ty! so the hens dividing line between two countiesruns
A* people. The disconcerting: ele- never know *lut time! It Is. down the middle of the main Unit To GatherIn
ment here Is that at first thought But whatever V$ think of time, street. One county Is on Daylight
everyone thinks time is some- It still holds different! mean- Saving Time the other Is not JacksonvilleCharles

thing fixed or standard-- alwaysthe Ing for each c>f us, The hourof So at the same time of day, it

DiYeAAItnA same, moving Inexorably for- six p.m., for 4tample. means may be three o'clock on one sideon G.Schrader announced
? : rr ward at a constant rate. But cocktail hour toe $mopolitanNewYorkers the street,and only two o'clockon today that a national reunion of

we all have anotberthinkcoming. and sUt'' r time to country the other. the World War II 332nd Air Ser-

C.rl:.. It was the 'theory of Einstein, families.At Even two a.m., April 25, will vice Group will be held In Jacksonville -
one of the world's great think- five mlnt\tt$ before five have a different meaning for many Florida with headquarters -
PI. ers, that time like most every- p.m., for a sechwry In an office people affected by D.S.T. Some at Roosevelt Hotel July 21-
rCAM10D1A: TI,, thing else is relative.He it's time for only one thing: to will incorrectly turn their clocks 22.23.24,1965.
SOUTH YIIT Nti.NAM asked how different men charge for the vjtlt door) and back while most others will turn
can adopt a standard viewpoint on get home In tltt1L to change and them forward. However, here'sone Mr. Schrader was the non-
SAIGON time. Einstein believed that timeis meet her date. The same time time when time isn't relative. commissioned public relations

V not absolute, and for from always for busy executive roens another It's the start of Daylight Saving officer of this Air Service Group
.
n 1. being the same, it is hour or two to finish the day's Time when clocks should be set which was attached to the 12th

actually always different, depending work and rush (or the 6:06. forward one hour. If you have Air Force Service command,
AFvs on who's doing the time In this shrinking world of ours, trouble remembering, here's a commanded by CoL Richard W.

FEBRUARY HOT SPOTS Following telling, What may be late to John time has different) meanings for hint from_ time-telling experts Phillips, Harrisburg, Pa.servingtwo
Smith may be early toBobJones.This travelers and os*,"travelers. who keep America on time..: years of tedious foreign ser
the Feb. 7 raid the
by was true long ago, too. This Is especially true of jet "Spring forward and Fall back." vice from Casa Blanca across
Viet Cong against U. S. and A Grecian day in Ptolemy's time travelers who cr $s several time Even to poets, the concept of North Africa Sicily, Italy, &
South
Viet-namese positions at began at noon, whereas for the zones In their J journeys. For time means different things. France from 1942 to the close of
Pleiku, Tuy Hoy and NhaTrong, Chaldeans, whose day began at Instance, a New Porker arriv- Oliver Wendell Iblmes called the war 1945, covering over 2000
aircraft from the carriers USS sunrise, noon was the middle of ing In Tokyo\ % d to sleeping time a liar but Henry Thoreau miles of foreign soil, supplyingand
Ranger, USS Hancock and USS the day. The Egyptians began from 10 p.m. tcj six .m,, finds said "Time is the stream I go maintaining tactical Air
Coral Sea struck Viet Cong their work on Saturday; the ancient these hours fall K ween noon( and a-fishing in." Thoreau must have Force units.
training and build-up areas Jews ended it on Saturday. eight p.m. in t'Otyo For him realized the catch is never the
near Dong Hoi. AMarineCorpsHawk Lets's look at time today, In it's time to sleep but) for natives same for two people The group consisted of more
missile battalion has been
than 300 officers and enlistedmen
moved into the Da Nang area. who are now living throughout -
The
most important In.
By Feb. 9, a second U. S.-South life are ideas. Ideas make things money, Civilian PromotionsThe the United States. For the
Vietnamese air attack had been past three months, and with the
win or lose wars, create new Industries -
made on Vinh Linh. Communist of
cooperation thejax Convention
sell products and gen- following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedIn
guerrillas were also reported to and Visitors Bureau
hundreds of
make like worth -- station's Merit Promotion ,
erally living accordance wltb the Program:
have made a surprise raid in Glenn Talbott Pres. letters have been directed to the
Dairymen'sLeague
the Soc south of
Trang area former personel. Announcements -
Saigon.An News, 102164., Dairymen's League OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPT. have been made In

the American National
Clark, Leroy P, Property Record Clerk, GS-4 Equipment Spe- Legion
invitation to join a local Magazine, V.F.W. National Mag-
cialist (General J) GS..5Permy
club reads azine and several radio and
"Jolnus T.V.
fencing : now ,
William fi.: Aircraft Engine Worker Aircraft Ground
New blood always welcome." Equipment Mechanic announcements made by Arthur
Weekend. Godfrey, attempting to reach all
Price, William ft Electronics Engineer, GS-7 Electronics En-
To date than200
personel. more
,
gineer (General), GS9
have been contacted and plan to
Prim, Betty G. Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Same, GS-4
attend the Reunion with their
Smith, William A, .. Helper Machinist Toolroom Attendant
Stevens, Harry J", Assu Production Controlman (Aircraft Metal- families, coming fromeverypartof
the United
States.
MILITARY PERSONNEL SPECIALTHIS smith) Production Controller (Aircraft), GS-9

Winter, George E3, Aircraft Metalsmlth Asst. Production Con- The committee, 'which con-

trolman (Aircraft( Metalsmlth) sists of Mr. Schrader,chairman,

WEEKEND ONLY PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. Mr. Alan Herbert, Miami, and

Mr. Hansford Sams Jr., Atlanta,
Libby, Nell C. Clerk*Stenographer, GS-3 Same, GS-4
LARGE SELECTION OF NEW & USED Is still constantly working

AND REPOSSESSED MOBILE HOMES SUPPLY DEPT. attempting to reach each and
every member and Mr. Schrader
Ludwig, Mary F. Ckrk-Stenographer, GS-3 Same, GS-4
stated he would
appreciate a
SOME AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN
Helen GS-2 Same GS-3 ,
Mays, Clerk-Typist, ,
letter or phone call to his office
WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR SHOW
Daniel M GS-9 -
Sharpe Analyst Supvy. Management
%. Management from anyone knowing.the where-
TRAILERS FOR THE MOBILE
HOME
Technician (E TS). CS-U abouts of of these former
SHOW ON MARCH 13, 14 & 15 Thompson, Ruth }H, Clerk-Typist, GS-2 Same GS-3 members. any

MISCELLANEOUSDickinson
A very extensive four day program = .
Max U Planner & Estimator (Electrician) Overhaul Is now being formulated by
gt Jo-tm A & Repair Dept. teadtogman Electrician Public Works Dept. Reunion Headquarters with the

Smith, Dorothy W, Accounting Technician, GS-4ComptrollerDept. able assistance of the Jacksonville -

Same, GS-5 Convention and Visitors,
MOBILE HOMES Bemett, Brenda $. Secretary (Stenography), GS-4, Management Bureau, Better Business Bureau,
Assistance Office Same, GS-5 and the local Chamber of Commerce l
6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Cashwell, Inez C, Clerk-Typlst, GS-3, Industrial Relations Dept. and the Public Relations
384-5584 Personnel Clerk (Oereral; ; Typing)), GS-4 Industrial Relations Dept. Department of the United States
Douvllle, Jessie K Budget Clerk, GS-4, Public Works Dept. Air Force Recruiting detachment. -

Budget Analyst, CJ5-S, Comptroller Dept. . . . . ... . _. ). .
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YAP 62 News to promote a better understanding sonville recently after completing Adm. Smedbreg
lip SwSEE for the Navy wife as to the a deployment exercise In Pan-
importance of her husbands job, am a. Visits With
Gathering at 1J. tion's lounge, the wives of the benefits that they as Navy wives The VAP-62 squadron flew the
enlisted men of VAP-62, heldan are entitled to. RA-3B "Skywarrior" on aerial Navy ReliefVice
PAGE 12 AND Informal discussion with the The highlights of the evening cartographic mapping missionsfor
YOU'LL KNOW WHY! squadron's commanding officer, included a talk by the commanding the Inter-American Deodettc Admiral William R.
Commander J.P.Cullen, on some officer of the squadron and a Smedberg, III, (USN-ret),former
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET of the benefits of the career man presentation by Chief Neal of the Survey. chief of the Bureau of Naval
and the benefits that they as Navy Career Appraisal School. Operating from Howard Air Personnel, and now President of
wives were entitled to. VAP-62 Detachment 31 with Force Base, Canal Zone, Deu 31 the Navy Relief Society, paid a
Along with a representativefrom Lieutenant Commander L. L. was aided by a detachment of 17 visit to officials of the Local
CEDAR HILLS the ComFalrJax Career Appraisal Jongewaard as officer-in- ground personnel from the parent Navy Relief society recently.At .
School, Cdr. Cullen tried charge returned to NAS Jack squadron. an Informal luncheon held at
the NAS Jacksonville Officers
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Hats, Pillows Listed In Responses ,


DOD Standard InventoryWashington Amazing On C A.


DOD Tours
(AFPS) A more comfortable bed pillow, standardization -
of uniform apparel and one "hard-hat" instead of two are among
the many selections made by the Defense Supply Agency (DSA) in An amazing number of
its ever increasing endeavor to procure a standard item for use by responses have been received by,
the Army Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. Robert L, Prickett, Charterer of
Statistically, the Agency has the WPAFB, In connection with
reviewed more than 460,000 taming Its resilient qualities the Department of Defense Euro-
items since its beginning more after laundering. pean Plane Tours this October.

than three years ago. Of this To Insure head protection, two Two plane loads of eager visitors FLEET AIR WING ELEVEN COMMUNICATIONS GRADUATES-

figure 188,000 items have been types of"hardhats," one worn by have already signed up and Seventeen sailors from NAS Jax and NS Mayport recently graduated .
"non-standard" and will construction workers and one by arrangements are now being
tagged from a 13 week course in airborne and shipboard radio
be eliminated from the supply electrical workers,have been replaced hade for a third such craft. This electronics held at the FAW-11 School February 26. Individuals

system when present stocks are by a single standard hat plane will leave Kennedy Interna- receiving diplomas from Captain J. R. Ward Chief Staff Officer,

exhausted. providing protection to both typesof tional Airport October 15 for FAW-11 are: 1st row (L-R) R. L. Davis, ATR3; L. E. Anderton, AT-
Except for color and fabric, workers. Amsterdam, Holland and arrive NAN; E, E. Dryden, ATN3 class honor student; A. W. Seibold,
necessary to provide distinctive 'The DSA now has a special back in New York November 5. ATN3; E. N. Coleman, ATR3; R. Sisario, SN. 2nd row (L-R) R.N.

features used by the services, study under way that possibly The charter flight restrictedto Brink, AXAN; K. L. Fraser, ATNAN; V. A. Gangami, ADRAN;
the uniform has gone through an could make KP easier In the fu- employees of Department of D. C. Paone, AX3; H. W. Schroeder AX2; 3rd row (L-R)1.) M.

extensive standardization stage. ture. It's a project to stan- Defense.At Kaylor, ATRAN; G. G. Twardy, ATNAN; O. A. Wolfbrandt, AN;
Several uniform item,1 are now dardize food preparation and least 200 people must be A.O. Wood, AX3; D. M. Hudspeth, AA; R. P. Collamati, ATR3.
being manufactured using the serving equipment to Introduce signed up for this charter to Right front, ATN2 Rupp, Instructor.

same specifications and patterns. labor saving devices. operate.
It won't be long before the This Is a non-profit operation
Dates ReleasedOn initiated as a morale function for
Navy and Marine Corps begin
vacation and is
purposes being
using the same five-ounce pop-
Cruises For arranged by Robert Prickett of
lin shirt and eight-ounce cotton
the Air Force Logistics Com-
twill trousers for summer uni

forms. Also, the Marine Corps NARTU UnitsSix mand Activities at Dayton Committee, Ohio, throughthe of the USED CARS.THESE .
and Army will use the same tro-
of the of
Employees Department
pical wool khaki trousers.
squadrons attached to the Defense.It .
Soon the same olive green utility -
shirts and trousers will be Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve will be necessary for those
used the Air Force Training Unit have announced the making the trip to forward$87.50
by Army, .
Marine Corps and Navy Seabees.As dates for their annual 14-day plus $4 per person for administration CARSDUVAL I /
training cruises this year. cost and identification fee
a standard Item, the Air
Force and Army have adopteda VP-741 will cruise between (after May 1, 1965, forward $175
April 11-24 at NARK NAS Robert
utility that has been improved plus $4 per person) to
cap
In Willow Grove, Pa. Also cruising Prickett, 7350 Dayton-ZeniaRd.,
appearance. In April Is VA-741, which will Dayton Ohio '513.' Also it will
High on the list of outstanding MOTORSSAN
examples of standardized cloth- deploy to MCAS Yuma, Ariz., be necessary to forward 20
between April 1225. size white self-addressed
large ,
ing items is the combat boot
May cruises have been set by it will be !
used by the Marine Corps and envelopes. Lastly required JUAN LOT-RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT
VR-741 and VS-743. VR-741wlll] to enclose a statement
Army. The standard design now
cruise from May 10-23 NARTU IATA
comes in 56 sizes. Previously, (required by regulations)
the Marine had 132 sizes Jax and VS-743 will be assignedto that the applicant is employed by
Corps 'NARTU NAS Willow Grove the DOD, along with the name 165 MUSTANG$2795 MONZA.. . ... $1595
and the Army 124 sizes.
The new boot has reduced annual between May 619. of base, symbol and extension.The Hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., 2 dr., 4 speed, brown with
VP-742 and HS-742 will hold R&H, dark greenwithgreen brown vinyl int.
procurement costs by$330- ultimate sin of the mindis
their training cruises In June.
000. Also a special Variationin the failure interior.
to pay enough atten
VP-742 Is also scheduled to be
design provides lacing hooks tion. John Ciardi 62 FORD. . .. .$1295
assigned to NARTU NAS Wil- 164 FORD . .. .$2495 :
In boots for amphibious( troops 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, R&H.,
low Grove and will cruise from 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/
who must at times take them off Don't be with
content doing only auto/trans., steer.
June 619. HS-742 will cruise power
steer., R&H.,
trans,
or them on Do more than power
put rapidly.Standardization your duty. your
between June 7-20 at NAS Quon-
Is also providing It's the horse who finishesa factory air, white with red
set Point, R.L duty. 62 FORD. .. .$1695
a common dark blue sweater neck ahead who wins the race. interior.
for Women Marines and womenof # Meglddo Message. Country Squire stationwagon
the Air Force.Speciallytreated. 163 DODGE.$1495 V-8, auto / trans.,

crushed land Station wagon, V-8, auto/ poWer steer.&brakes, factory

fowl feathers are now being usedas STARS & STRIPES trans., power steer. & air.

filling for pillows. This stan- ,t WEBB'S brakes, R&H, factory air.

dardization has produced a pil- a 60 STUDEBAKER.$495
low which Is less subject to dustIng |63 CHEVY .... $1495 4 dr., standard shift.

and attack by microblloglcal t PROFESSIONAL Belair, 2 dr., V-3, auto/

organisms while at the same time trans., R&H. 58 CHEVy. . . $595

absorbing less moisture and reFRENCH'S : Station wagon, 2 dr., V-8.,
I. LAUNDRY & [63 FALCON. . ... $995 auto/trans.

l 2 dr., Standard shift, 6 cyl.

TV REPAIRS 12 1 DRY CLEANERS 57 CHEVY . .. $550

163 RAMBLER.$1295 Bealir, 6 cyl., 4 dr., auto/

Ml Makes -Mt'fvl-- SEAFARERS t ACROSS RAILROAD FROM Standard shift, 6 cyl.,4 dr. trans.

SP1-4602 NASYUKON 63 RENAULT.$795 62 CHEVY TRUCK. $1095 -

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NWC # 86 "0" Club FRA 126 MoviesMovies CPO Club

The members of Navy Wives Friday, March 5
Club Jax #86 held a meeting last Friday, March & Recent information received
Wednesday evening at their club- Charlie from William A. Ross,Chairmanof will be shown regularly Mark Castle

house aboard the Naval Air Sta- Happy Hour Jay 3:30-6 p.m. the National Committee for at 7 p.m. Monday through Satur- Saturday, March 6
Operation Alert, states that the
tion.After the meeting there was a Saturday, March 6 Honorable Paul H. Nitze, Secre- day.NATTC will have two feature Bud Clark Band

White Elephant Sale. Mrs. Dinner, 6-9:30 tary of the Navy, has named him- times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Sunday, March 7
Kendell Kerns was in charge of Jelinek p.m. self to head a priority board, urdays and Sundays. The Hospital
the sale. Johnny composed of high ranking offi- will have one feature Sunday's Phil Cay Band

On Feb. 18 at 12 p.m. the Sunday, March 7 cials, to investigate the Navy's at 7 p.m. Monday, March 8
Navy Wives Club held their lunch- Buffet 6-9 number one problem retentionof The Mainside theatre will stay
eon at the Clubhouse on Enter- p.m.Monday experienced officers and enlisted the same except for the evening Game Night. Cocktail Hour,
prise Ave. Mrs. Harold C. Lutz March 8 men. Also that the SEC- feature which will begin at 7:30 5-6 p.m.

was hostess for the luncheon. I Happy Hour, 3:30-6 p.m. NAV has just made public his request p.m. These are subject change. Tuesday, March 9
Mrs. Earl Snyder was guest of Dinner 6-9 that Sailors Marines
March 4
(p.m.Tuesday Thursday,
honor at this luncheon because write directly to him stating any Cocktail Hour, 5-6 p.m.
she and her family are being March 9 ideas they may have to solve this Mainside EmU and the Detec- Wednesday, March 10
problem.In tives Walter Slevak Roger
transferred to Miremar. Cali Dish 6-9
fornia. Mrs. Snyder has been Foreign French Night p.m. accordance with the princi- Mobley Cocktail Hour 5-6 p.m.
Chairman of the "Not New Shop" ( ) ples of the Fleet Reserve Asso- NATTC The Hook Kirk Douglas -

aboard the base for the past I Wednesday, March 10 ciation as stated in the Preambleto Robert Walker Acey Ducey Club
two years. our Constitution, every Hospital Where The Boys Are-
Fried Chicken
Night member Is urged to write directly Deloris Hart, GeorgeHamilton
March 5
to SECNAV expressing Ideas In a Friday,
CHURCH of CHRIST sincere, intelligent manner on Friday, March 5 "Country Drifters"
5Z23 WESCONNETT BLVD. this critical subject of personnel Mainside East of Sudan An-
NEAR NAS > MUSTANG retention. A carbon copy of the thony Quayle Sylvia Syms Saturday, March 6

JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. #; FALCON letter should be sent to your Con NATTC Emil and The Detec- March Wilson and The RedCoa
-FAIRIANEGALAXIE gressman and Senator for their tives Walter Slevak Roger
SUNDAYS
: information. Solicit Service i Mobley Sunday, March 7
10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP I -T- IRD friends and wives to write also! Ifospital The Hook Kirk Douglas -
Game 5:30-7:30
Night p.m.
11:00: A.M. WORSIIIP
Letters to SECNAV should be Robert Walker
6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS Mark Castle and VerSatiles
ROY PADGETTNAVAL written legibly and according to
the Saturday, March 6 Monday, March 8
: READY RESERVIST best of one's ability. Stress
of the following factors affecting Mainside The -
7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE DUVAL any Longest Day Happy Hour, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
personnel retention: The John Wayne, Robert Mitchum
CHURCH PIIONE SP 1-5075
MINISTER PIIONE SP 1-2646 MOTORS constant threat to commissaryand Richard Burton,Peter Lawford Tuesday, March 9
1000 W. Forsyth -3539021I exchange privileges;the gov- NATTC East of Sudan An- Game Night 7:30-9:30 p.m.
ernment's failure to take actionto thony Quayle, Sylvia Syms
guarantee and protect medical Hospital Emil and The Detec-
outpatient care, maternity facUlties tives Walter Slevak, Roger Bluejackets Inn
I in new hospitals and medicalcare Mobley
MONEY IN 1 I DAY
for retirees and their dependents -
Sunday, March 7
; the constant threat to Thursday, March 4

$25 to$ 600ON future 20 year retirement and its Mainside Murder Most Foul Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings
attendant benefits; other career Mar g r e t Rutherford, Ron
incentives In jeopardy. Moody Friday, March 5
YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
Address letters to: NATTC The Longest Day March Wilson and the Red Coats
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us The Honorable Paul H. Nitre John Wayne, Robert Mitchum,
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your Secretary of the Navy Richard Burton, Peter Law- Saturday, March 6

convenience. Same-day service. Department of the Navy ford Phil Cay Band
Washington, D. C. Ibspltal East of Sudan An-
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN Sunday, March 7
thony Quayle, Sylvia Syms

You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. CeramicsDemo. Monday, March 8 March Wilson and the Red Coats

$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 a 21.00 Mainside Go Naked In The 'Tuesday, March 9

151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 The NAS Hobby Shop, locatedIn World GinaLollobrigida, An- Happy Hour, 5-6 p.m.
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 Bldg. 898, has announced plans thony Franciosa
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALi for a Ceramics Demonstration to NATTC Murder Most Foul Wednesday, March 10
be held March 7 at 2 P.M. M a r g r e t Rutherford Ron Game Night
Mrs. Lucille Bush Lucille's Moody
interest. ,
Ceramic Shop in Jacksonville, Hospital The Longest Day .. .ar

: n'e: will demonstrate techniques of John Wayne, Robert Mitchum. APPliANCESand
underglazing.Plans Richard Burton,Peter Law ford

241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 for the summer Includeat Tuesday, March 9

5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 least one demonstration a Mainside Sunday In New York-
month from the different shopsat
Cliff Robertson Jane Fonda FURNITUREBROKERAGE
the NAS Hobby Shop facility.
NATTC GoNaked In The World-

Gina Lollobrlglda Anthony
I Franciosa

/ I Hospital Murder Most Foul COHeadquarters

Margret Rutherford, Ron for Fine Furni-
Y Moody ture & Appliances at lowest
,
.
1965 : Wednesday, March 10 prices.

Mainside Tom
Jones Albert
FInney, Susannah York 19"INCH T\I $ 00

HEATER, DEFROSTER, SEAT BELTS, I NATTC Sunday In New York Portable i| y "i WK.
ELECTRIC WIPERS, FLOOR CARPETS t Cliff Robertson and Jane Fon-
da WE FINANCE
Hospital Go Naked In The
LOW DOWN PAYMENTEASY FINANCING World Gina Lollobrlglda, Anthony 2710 W. BEAVER ST.
Franciosa
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the battle against this cripplingand 7 1/2 per cent decline in the
as yet incurable disease. cardiovascular death rate among
6i Afflicted children rarely reach men aged64..

maturity. .Even so, cardiovascular diseases -
You can help, tool Your contribution afflict 10,000,000 Ameri-

to Muscular Dystrophy cans and cause 54 per cent of all
Associations buys research, deaths.
patient Your Heart Fund fights
care and Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
mostimportanthope heart disease
for millions afflicted through programsof Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
byMDand research education and -
community
related neuromuscular dis- service. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving .
orders. too late for this deadline will be published the following

Years ago, Jerry Lewis week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
pledged: "Until I can no longer check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be

perform or walk, Til fight mus- ART IJS' received WITH the copy for the ad.
cular dystrophy." Ever since, \ DO NOT SEND CASH

he has devoted his energies to RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .$1.00
if'f Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
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PAINTED tArlf f
;'l-- + r FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto FOR SALE Glastrom boat,
NAS $50. down $50 month. Johnson 75 H P motor, in excellent -
$ 4S 00 ItEAR1 Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- cond., skiing equipment,
Ronnie and Donnie Copper aresixyearold 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. $900.00 Call EV 9-2033 after
EASY TERMS
identical twins born
Since 1950, these things have 5 P.M.
MOTORS with congenital handicaps. When
G-B
happened: More than 100 mil-
lion American Heart Association they were two they couldn't sit, UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
5013 San Juan Ave.
stand or even crawL Then they Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR
dollars have been channeled into FOR SALE Pink Wr. Iron din-
(San Juan & Cassat) began intensive theraphy at an Kit. Equip. 3 ml NAS $115 mo.
heart research. This is one of ing table, glass top, four chairs,
PH 387.3075
Easter Seal Center. Now
the factors contributing to the they Owner 771-8697. $35.00, RA 4-5487 after 4:30.:
get around rapidly with crutchesand
are in public school.

Easter Seals give care and FOR SALE Inc. Prop, duplex
ST. NICHOLAS AREA Ig 3 Br,
treatment to thousands of crippled 3-plex: 4-plex, 3 mU NAS $115 2 full baths, 21' kit, garage, att.
: children in the United States
mo. Owner 7718697.INSURANCE .
patio, close to shopping cnt.
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND
every year.
Catholic school & church. 398-
THE BEACHES 6980.
LOW RATES
For safe drivers, SR 22's filed

1 BIG CHIEF meets base requirements, FOR RENT Orange Park, 3

g' monthly terms, for fast courteous Bdr., Furn linens, kitchen uten-

MARCH service through Independent sils, TV A/C,utilities connected,
FRITZ Agent. Phone 264-6884.
OF.DIMES ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191
1 I PARMAN 1507 Margaret Street at 5 Points.
Ret.
I CPOS RIDE WANTED 0715 -1600 Atlantic -

owner & University Blvd. to
ORANGE PARK 3 BEDROOMS, NATTC, ext. 8262. Phone 724-
Birth Defects the threat that 2 BATHS FOR SALE OR RENT. 8368.

S claims its victims before they are $62.00 per mo. and up, VA or
TIRE CO even born. Every year 250,000 in-service. No down payment
Harold Parman Mayport American babies are born with a some financed-no
Fritz Parman, Jr. Roosevelt already quali- 1953 BUICK SPEC. 2 door, good
Lou Webber Normandy serious birth defect No one fying. Rentals $85 unfurnished, cond., Pvt. owner $175.00 cash.
knows who may be next. No family $100 furnished. Phone 264-6491. EV 4-1179 after 5:20 P.M., all
SPEED is Immune from this threat. BILL DONNELL BUILDERS. day SAT., SUN.
S EQUIPMENT We can help this emergency by
supporting March of Dimes' programs

e i Mi OF MAG WHEEL of patient care, research USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to AKC GERMAN SHEP PUPS 3

SUMS* 0MRO>Mf FURisNO and professional and public choose from. $25.00 and up. mos., shots, beaut, $75 male,
edur***' Phone 38'1212LALTERATIONS
e ee $50 female: 7644181.


DOWN PAYMENT 111111 I civilian mili HOME FOR SALE Excel cond.

tary. Rates sewed while you wait. Furn. or unfurn. 2 BR, LR, DR,
WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN the Call 388-6395. UtlL& storage, tile bath gar age.
City sewage. Estab. neighborhood. -
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES Convenient NAS & Cecil
OFFICE
FREEWHEEL FREE FREE FOR RENT furs, and unfurn $9,800 furnished. 388-3286 after
apts. Call Mrs.Gross 7719007. 4:30 or weekends.FOR .
WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKEADJUSTMENT LOUNGESouthside's

BALANCE Beautiful
FURNISHED BACHELOR APT.-
RENT Ortega River, 6
Cocktail Lounge comp. redec. $11, per week. 5 miles from main gate. Unfurn.
BLACK RECAPS 67QjJl5'BlK I 75.0;*14"WSWTBLS WELCOMES YOU. Blks. from Dwntwn JAX. Call 4 BR, 2 bath In old rambling
13'4'! : .I' after 1800. EV 8-9886. house. Georgeous waterfront lot
'C. DANCING with privacy. Ideal for bachelor
E: c NITELY quarters or family wanting plenty

5.2AM FURN APT ORANGE PARK of room and recreation area.

2107 Mound St., duplex, 1 Br. Year's lease at $140 mo., including -
ALL PRICES EXCHANGE PLUS TAX recently refinished, water & yard maintenance.

ALL OTHER SIZES LOW, LOW, LOW sewage free, $55.00 men. Call
388-9289 (after 5 P.M.). SINGER

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REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95
M G "MIDGET" 1963 Convert,
SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 MATIC
R&H Exc cond
WW ; $995.00. Sewing Machine Console Model
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(AFPS) Although Secretary of Defense Robert S.
McNamara's FY66"posture" statement dwells primarily on the military -
Jacksonville Ke4fl f Oluh hardware and operational aspects required to maintain national

Oft MtDUFF North 6 f IEAVCR M-. POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK security, a select portion deals with personnel compensation and ''k\ : -1

benefits.
Within the government-wide Four Navy EM .
allocation of "allowances for
-n&rtkau LADIES NIGHT contingencies" a provision Is Spin (for Science PROFESSOR'S SON-Ens. Rich-
made for a number of Items of ard Schram, son of the"Flying
Every Monday NightDon't proposed or possible legislation Pensacola, Fla. (AFPS) In Professor"' Capt. R. A. Schram of'
L Including military and civilian an attempt to solve some of the the Naval Air Reserve, is com-
Miss It!
pay adjustments, carrier flight mysteries of space travel, four pleting the final phase of' train-
1r deck hazardous duty pay,uniform Navy enlisted men are spending ing as a Bombardier Navigatorin
&ot1eAq career management and a cash 28 days In a "spin" at the Naval VA 42 based at NAS,
f awards program for members of School Aviation Medicine Oceana, Va.Flying .

the armed forces.Delivering here.
I ROLLERDROME his statement to The spin, which began Feb. ProfessorWill
members of the House Armed 12, is being made In a rotatingroom

I Ii / 1855 CASSAT AVE. Services McNamara Committee explained,the Secretary need for known Platform.as the Corlolls The roomIs Acceleration Perform At

PH. 384-6687 a circular device capable of
additional family housing. Sanford Air Show
conflicts similar -
The secretary strongly urgedthe producing sensory
Jacksonville's newest most modern roller rink Congress to support the Defense to those which would be SANFORD, FLA. An exhi-
experienced by a space traveller
The Country Club of' Roller Rinks" Department's FY66 units.requestfor Two If rotation Is used In a space bition of low altitude, grass-cut

Open 7 nights a'wit. 7:30-10:30: Matinees Sat. & Sun. years 12,500 ago DOD housing presented to Con station to produce artificial gra- ting aerobatics will be by an the added"FryingProfessor" feature -

gress a program on the need fot vity.The experiment,' financed by at the air show open house
62,100'units over a five-year
I the National Aeronautics and climaxing the Eleventh] Annual

riod.Noting Space Administration(NASA), Is Reconnaissance Bombing Der-
that President Johnson
being run as part of NASA's long by April 10 at Sanford Naval
uniformed citizens
Potful of bills? "wants our to determine mans'requirement Air Station.
to
range study
be first class In every aspect, for artificial The Saturday event, witnessed
gra-
Secretary McNamara explained, by an estimated 10,000 lastyear,
of vity, and his ability to withstand
"We feel that the provision
will conclude six of
he days recon-
the various rotational
stresses
-.- adequate family housing Is one naissance and exercises
r"
bombing
.... rr may encounter In the space en-
of the foundation stones In providing vironment. conducted each year by Recon-
first class treatment to our naissance Attack Wing One basedat
i.
armed forces. -. k\\..pJfy Sanford, global headquartersof
/M'i\ The 743.3 million requestedfor 14. r the famed RA-5C Vigilante
family housing In the FY66 "j: ,: aircraft.
r budget also Includes provisions ," '!" :
E \ for construction of trailer park '-:' The "Flying Professor" act,
facilities and relocation of certain performed by Capt.Dick Schram,
\ housing units; Improvementof USNR, will provide quite a con-
i j existing public quarters; trast in the type of aircraft that
planning, operation and! main- will be displayed over Sanford
tenance Including cost of units during the program.
J leased] and payments for Indebtedness Following fly-fay's .and demon-
and mortgage insur- strations by the Navy's most
f ance premiums.As modern, sophisticated jet, the
h for medical services, Sec- t RA-5C, and the world's largest
retary McNamara said a$48mU- 4j t carrier-based aircraft, the A-3B
lion construction program Is Sky warrior, willbetheProfessor
planned for FY66.If in a light Piper Cub.

Get an HFC you think you have Influencetry .r The precision flight demonstration -
MARCH '''S
ordering someone else's dog r '. .> .> .. r .zl by Capt. Schram revivesThe
around. L& N Mag. 12345 Y thrills of barnstorming avia-
Bill Payer LoanClear ,789LOI112L1 j ,' tors and air circuses of the early
14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 j .
A bachelor a man who didn't' 1930's.A
have a carwhenhewas college. 2122232423262 comedy ballet in the air,
up last year's left-over bills or this year'snew Rose Technic. 28 29 30 31. *r v )f f$ the act depicts the problem of an

ones right now. HFC's world-wide money MARCH MISS-With a Japanese absentminded professor who has
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I just an empty wagon. welcomes the month of self in the air without the valued
step air mall service. So never borrow money
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Hioto Taking Retires AtNATTCenter II

MobwmLi&iqtt4mtkwvEuen

PEARL HARBOR. HAWAII (NAVNEWS) How many times
have yew leafed through a magazine, had your attention caught and Commander Robert Llnwlck,
held by a compelling photograph and thought wistfully "I wish I Jr., former Administrative Of- I
could take pictures like that?" There is no reason why you can't ficer at Naval Air Technical 13l :
if you will remember that the men who take those pictures were at Training[ Center retired after 23 fA !
times in their lives also unfamiliar with the techniques that must be years of naval service March L
used. to. make. a picture. especially good. They gained their proficiency His retirement ceremony was
oy Sway, trial ana error. held Saturday at NATTC's Com-
The purpose of this article is her) feel at ease. Watch your manding Officer's Personnel In-
not to turn you into a creative background, for more than one spection. .and it gets better
and outstanding photographer photo has been spoiled by havinga Captain C. G. Strum, C.O. of
overnight, for that Is am Impossible telephone pole sticking out of NATTC, told Commander Lin- !
task; but rather to set guidelines the top of someone's head. wick in a letter of appreciation, every day
for your study and your There are two ways to learn "I wish to extend to you my
trail and error. good composition. One Is to congratulations and sincere appreciation -
Keep in mind that although study other photographers' pic- for the long periodof
there are numerous rules for tures. Daily newspapers and bill- honorable and faithful service BUTTS MOBILE HOMES
good composition, it is largely boards are a few sources. Most you have rendered to your coun
individual effort and interpretation local libraries offer excellent "
that gets good results. Some volumes of photos taken by pro- NCdr.. Llnwick, a native of Tacoma -
basic rules for composing your fessionals. Even paintings can Washington, entered the 6001 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
pictures follow: offer lessons composition. An- Navy in Dec. 1941. He was
First, what composition? A- other method Is to view scenes as commissioned Ensign and designated PHONE 388-3578
gain, referring to magazine they might be seen through a Naval Aviator Oct. 12.
photographs, we find that each one viewfinder. Then decide which 1942.
emphasizes a central point of In- view would make the best picture. lie served tours of sea duty
terest. Roughly defined, good Pretend you could change the with Torpedo Squadrons 27 and
composition Is the arrangementof scene, and determine how you 80, USS Sicily (CVE-118)' ), USS P
the subject In such a manner would arrange it to get the best Antietam (CVS-36)), Composite .J. For the best in Mobile Home Living see the many new
that there will be no doubt In the results. Squadron 27, Attack Squadrons models we will display at the 1965 MOBILE HOME SHOW
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action than one In level flight. the picture. For example, Naval Air Station. Jacksonville,
Curved lines indlcategrace and the horizon, the side of a ship, Florida; Naval Air Station, Banana -
beauty. For instance, glamour a fence, a road or the point where River, Florida; Office of Naval -
and fashion models and pinupsare two colors are sharply separated, Officer Procurement, Minneapolis -
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GolfCorner" HAS To HpstTournies X''R I .': ::: :: ''' ''''''''' ... : ; Sports


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AAU ..1. /' ,, \, :" !'.; The second and final round of

Klahn Wins. the Florida-Georgia Interservice
This Friday and Saturday,NAS and
Volleyball Bowling tournament -
Station MilitaryChampionship Jacksonville will host the Men's will be held this Saturday
State ANT Basketball Tourna- Vie
17 Skiers to
Army March 6, at NAS Cecil Field.
ment with eight of the top teams
Orlando AFB Is currently leadingthe
in Florida for birth In
vlelng a V 011eyb aU competition w ith an
Captain Dale Klahn defeated the Southern Reglonals tournament For U.S. Team BerthsNew undefeated 6-0 record. McCoy
Dave Clark in a closely contested *
the list of
AFB
match this past weekend to cap- Friday nights games will start tops "keglers"by
ture the Station Championship. at 5 p.m. In the NAS Gym. Bldg. York (AFPS) Four Olympians are among 17 Army skiers some 100 pins (5638)) over
Bill Leona copped 3, with three other games follow selected for possible berths on the team representing the United second place NAS Sanford.
States at the 10th Consell International du Sport Mllitaire (CISM) *
first flight honors by outlasting ing one at 6:30, the second at
Skiing Championships March 2-6 at Andermatt, Switzerland. The NAS Athletic Director
Dude Mayberry over a windy 8 p.m. and the final game of the .
First Frank McCaffrey, is still looking
track last Thursday. Tom Stefl evening being played *t 9:30 p.m. Lieutenants William
Spencer: and Paul Renne both for personnel to compete for
Intramural
won out over Commodore Cason Saturday's action will begin at
In second flight play. BUlPlckens 10 a.m., with the second game 1964 Olympians, are among sev- Jax Navy In the End tournaments
was the winner of the third night. being played at 11:30 a.m., and en biathlon competitors from Ft. of boxing and swimming. If interested -
Trophies will be awarded following the numerup and tournament Richardson, Alaska. Others fromFt. BowlingThe contact McCaffrey at
finals be Richardson Sergeants Ar- Ext. 585.
the Active-Military Golf to played at 7 and 9:30
vll Hunter and Victor Privrat- *
Match slated for March 13. second week of NAS In-
p.m.The sky Specialist 4 Gerald Varnam The Jax Navy "linksters" will
The weekly "Blitz" resultedIn teams that will be participating the
and Privates John Ehresbeck and tramural"keg1er'- gave host Jacksonville University in a
In the
a two way tie! for first placeat tournament are: results
Contac Old Southern Foodsof Allen Small following : golf watch this Saturday March 6,
three under. Lew Chaff and Caps,
3-1
Jacksonville Gainesville's Olympic cross country skier AEWRON"A", Riggers at 11:30 a.m. on the NAS links.A .
Bob
,
teammates Chevlco.Clp Clp-
Polarolas, Doctors 3-1
olat and Bill Leonard along with Cooper Auto Trim Hole 'N First Lieutenant John Bower of
Dale Klahn Dave Clark, Bob One and the Orange AUStarsfrom Ft. Carson, Cola and nine Alpine Needlers, Darters 3-1 last call for entries in the
skiers will be chosen for the Cannon Cockers, Guessers 3-1 NAS Handball and
Thiel and Bert Morris were Orlando OK Tires of Ping Pong
members of the winning teams. Florida from Clearwater Lakeland team Three of the nine competitors Eagles, AOMD2 4-0 Squash Tournaments has been
Bob Chevtco eagled the par five GeneralHospital, and Johnny were members of the Chiefs, Neptunes 3.1Paymasters1 issued by the NAS Athletic Director -
Vultures 3-1
first hole this past Saturday. It Cleaner's' of St. Petersburg. CISM squad last year: Spec- and the deadline for entries
ialist 4 Sky Warr's"B", Avlons 3-1 has been for
must be nice to walk up to the James Barrier of Ft. set this Friday
second tee and be two under. Gordon Ga., a 1960 Olympian, Army Supply 4-0 March 5. The tournaments will
Another of the Active- and Privates First Class James Tipplers, Anchors. 2-2 commence Monday.. March 8.
popular Bi1-lEf: PROOF.., Cutters, Kingpins 3-1
Retired Golf Matches Is sche- Bombard and Alan Miller both of *
duled for Saturday, March 13. U.S. Army, Europe (USAREUR). Mix Masters, Nockers 3-1 Tickets for the Greater Jacksonville -
Other Alpine contenders Spoilers, Plzzans 3-1 Golf Tournament
and times will are Open at
Pairings starting
be made on March 12. There will e Second Lieutenants Alan Engen Torch Pots, Poll Grips 4-0 Selva Marina on March 17-21
be a steak dinner following the and Richard Hubbard, Specialist Cursors, Thunderheads 3-1 are now on sale at the golf
matches and presentations of trophies 4 Addison Goodlng, and Privates Owl Hoots BB Stackers 3-1 shop and Recreation Division,
to winners .and the Station 3 lA Stephen Glenn James Crain and Refects, Marines 3-1 Bldg. 704. These tickets are
Military Championship will be Bela Szigetvari allofUSAREUR. Sky Warr's"A", Lucky 7 4-0 $12.50 each and allow you to
made at this time. Please sign up Team rifle coach Is Master AEWRON"B", Sparks 4-0 watch 7 1 days of professionalgolf
early. Sergeant Clyde Burns formerlyof Air Frames Mixers 4-0 at a savings of almost ten
the Army Marksmanship CPO's Sidewinders 4-0 dollars.

Training Unit, Ft. Benning Ga. Pelicans, Baymen 3-1 *
77 Sven Johansen Is cross country Paymasters2 Presagers 3-1 The first meeting for the soft-
IQ 9pOR I IL r skiing coach. Warriors Spartans 2-2 ball umpires clinic will be held
The GEM skiing champion- AOMDtfl# Airmen 3-1 Monday March 8, at 11:30 a.m.
ships feature three NCO's, Protons 3-1
events:military In Bldg. 620. AU personnel interested -

What baseball player droveIn patrol race,Indlvldualcross in officiating in the softball -
100 or more runs for a record country race and Alpine combined program are urged and required -
13 consecutive years for which Includes slalom and IntramuralBasketball to attend the clinic ses-
the New York Yankees between giant slalom racing.Service sions.

1926 and 1938?
2. lbw many baseball players Wives VP-45 VP-7 2-0
have hit fair balls out of Yankee Forfeit

Stadium .. pia BowlingThe The top four teams In each of Security A/C Maim 58-52
3. Terry Barr flanker on the the two Intramural Basketball Martin, A/C 22 pts.

Detroit Lions established an /OESUNDHEIT/ Cyclones came out of the leagues will vie In a double AF679th, Marines 48-33
East-West Shrine football record cellar this week by taking four elimination tournament that has Davis AF 20 pts.
In 1957 when he caught how many ............ points from the Typhoons. yet to have a definite startingdate Dispensary, NARTU 55-21
passes? Answers to Quiz High set for the evening was set. Prince Disp 21 pts.

4. Jockey Willie Shoemakerwon .saq I qSJtJJg bowled by Lillian Sadowski who With approximately two weeksof Hospital, FICEUR 64-49
with 30 percent of his mounts ain apisino UJOM ate Xaip aJagMaoe1 had 467. She also had the high action left the following results Kloman Hasp 20 pts.
In 1954, scoring In 380 of L251 Xrao aqi sj j] ptrepxre 4tagrellRaaat'Jlo game of 179 and picked up the occured from last weeks Himes FICEUR 20 pts.
races. How many others have S>lIJS Flog[ 'pelq'23f 2-7-10 split. action: VP-30 VAP-62 55-46
matched that percentage? -u s' dJOO ap alO" -ga8e1UaJJOO Others who picked up splits Denotes high scorer for the Brown, VP-30 23 pts.
5. In the 1954 running of the temp papieui were Kay Antlgnano 5-10; Eli- game.
Washington (D.C.) International, Lana ,(a1p>r Jatpo ON *fr nor Pearson 4-9 and:! Irma Peterson AF679th Supply 37-35
Jockey Snalth, aboard Landau, -atNc 457.Standings Davis, AF -12 pts.
wore whose silks and of what auou jo IBIOJ puma V *Z as of February 26: CFJ Weapons 38-34 "Mother what does apt.'
colors are they? ..8J.rq3 00' .1 Tornadoes 50 26 Outland CFJ 17 pts. mean?" Inquired young Dorothy
BUzzards 4'1 29 Admin VP-45 61-49 returning from school.
Monsoons 36 40 Stoel, Admin 21 pts. "Why my dear, It means
Hurricanes 33 43 Admin FAW-11 59-46 smart, quick to learn.' Why?"
Cyclones 32 44 Stoel, Admin 20 pts. said mother.
Typhoons 30 46 Green FAW 20 pts. "Oh, nothing r' said Dot, airily.
-AItDftEY' "The teacher told me today Iwas
apt to flunk.Construction DI-
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Front nine CFJ Birds vs. 30"B" 2:30 p.m.
l :f ;f IntramuralGolf FAW-11"A" 2:30 p.m. Back nine Supply vs. CFJ
CC'L 'h j\ ) Back nine FltWeaFac vs. VP- Eagles 2:30 p.m. .
FJCEUR Air
7 1 2:30 p.m. Front nine vs.
Front nine VW-4 vs. FAETU- Op's 3 p.rn.
3 Back nine AF679th vs. Sky
The nation has plenty of athletes who are experts in cne sport The schedule for the first week Back p.rn.nine A/C Maint vs. Wart's 3 p.m.
Don Schollanders. the Bob Hayeses, the Oscar
Robertson etc.
of play in the NAS Intramural Admin -3 p.m.Thursday .
t; the Rafer Johnsons, the men who can do many things well are Golf 1stTuesday
!eW and far between leagues March 11
The great decathlon stars like Johnson take on International stare March 9 When in deep water, a great
Front nine FAW-11"B" vs.Hosp"B"
only after months and months of hard training, and even then deal depends on keeping the mouth
Front nine VP-30"A" vs. 2 p.rn.
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Times.MOBILE
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ey
Hasp" A" 2 pm. Front nine NAKTU vs. VP-
Still many coaches maintain that potentially great multiple sport
stars never rise to the top because they feel they aren't good enough
lat any one sport.
I Right now, for example, the services are looking In every nook
and cranny In the nation, and at overseas Installations, trying to find
pentathlon athletes to bolster the U.S. pentathlon team In time for the HOME
[national the world championships later this year.
Since the Olympic Games In Tokyo, the 14-fnan team has dwindled
I to five because of military commitments. Lieutenant Colonel RalphF.
Mendenhall, officer-in-charge of America's modern pentathlon
' training center at the Army's Ft. Sam Ibuston In San Antonio Tex.,
has even sent some 700 letters to U.S. colleges and universities In
search of candidates.
U.S. pentathletes represent the nation at home and abroad in the '
five Olympic, events of horsemanship, fencing shooting, swimmingand
running. Besides the upcoming national and world championships,
those who make the team will have the chance to compete In Pan
American Games and, three and a half years hence, the Olympic

Games. ,
Colonel Mendehall Is looking for strong swim-run combinations
among college athletes, but would be just as happy to find them in* ': ris
service. To qualify as a pentathlon team candidate, athletes must
be able, for example, to run 4,000 meters ((2 1/2 miles) In 13 minutes
and swim 100 yards In one minute flat.
Any armed forces athlete may apply for the team through his
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I.I I Downey, Calif. (AFPS) A mark of the American fighting man is
i his Ingenuity In the face of all kinds of peril, but what do you do if I
a 30-ft. boa constrictor attacks you? ,
I Here's one suggestion: 'It.'If.
: Grab the boa by the tail and swing him around as fast as you can
,:. about 20 times. Then reverse i ,
direction and swing for another lessness get credit for finding a
20 times. defense for a sneak snake attack i
After that, look closely into although the scientists are '
the boa's eyes. If his thin, normally out to learn more about man (
4 vertical pupils are still in space rather than how to fend
vertical), you're in trouble. But off 30-ft. boas.
if the snake's head is level and The scientists said that by sub- 1;
: its pupils tilted within limits jecting the snake to varying degrees -
,. of about 45 degrees you've got of gravity and centri-
him right where you want him. fugal force, the pupils of the boa's CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Scientists here study ing physical eyes become tilted some 15 degrees BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
t reactions to conditions of instead of being vertical w:
increased gravity and weight- When this happens the snake 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601

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miss widely. Air cond., R&H, power steer & brakes, power windows,
I The scientists warned that the PROJECT SCRAP tach: 327 V-8, auto. trans., in the floor.

I boa will regain his normal balance (Continued from Page 1)) 64 MONZA .... . . . . . .$2095
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\I utes.With this In mind, the quick- work Is having an overall and Identifiable 64 CHEVROLET .... . . . . $1995
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head coil the snake in
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