Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher und writers herein are their own and not to be considered: an official r f I f I expression '
military dopartiwnl. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products? or services ajvcrti( !'


Death Claims State Dept.'White Paper'

M Pilot Formerly

;: -j Stationed Here Names North VietNamAs

Lieutenant Commander ErvinD. ,

Holley, retired, a former
Aviation Safety Officer at NAS
Jax, was killed in a helicopter
Washington (AFPS)
accident Fort Rucker,
t'Kenneth Alabama Monday. stead actions it Is that aggression took
The 20-year navy veteran was
their own In
flying a routine maintenance way ,
Republic of -
check flight in an Army UH-1 f'I
Vietnamese has been
helicopter at the time of the ac- i
but recently iI
cident. Mr. Holley was employed years quickened and the I
H. Tolbert, AN by Page Aircraft, Inc. become acute." \
Mr. HoUey served In Jacksonville -
This consensus
twice during his naval )
Talbert Named career. In October 1957 he was State Department "
of February 1965,
to the C&R 1
assigned' Department
"The Record of
as Aircraft Transfer Officer and 9)i I
OutstandingFor remained at this job until November South Nam's VietNam"The Campaign :
1960. Ife reported again to report points I
NAS Jax in December 1963 where
FebruaryThe he served as Aviation Safety Of- Viet-Nam's
control of the south
ficer until his retirement on June
Serviceman of the Month 30, 1964. total than was the
for the month of February, was the regime In North
selected from the Air Traffic 1950."
Control Division Air Operations "In Viet-Nam a
Department. He is Kenneth H. re r government has
Talbert AN.Ta1ben liberately to conquer
enlisted in the Navyin people In a
Jan. 1964. He has previous r ; the White Paper
service in the Air Force and was Evidence shows
awarded three Air Force Good core of the
Conduct awards National Defense tacking South
trained In the north a
Medal Army Occupation remaining.'I'.
Medal and two Air Force Longe- Into the south by \
vity medals. He also received The White Paper
two letters of recommendationfor the directing force
Airman of the Month and a LCdr. Ervin D. Holley -9 fort to conquer: South f{
letter of commendation for per-
formance of duty.
Talbert's progress since reporting I f
aboard NAS has been outstanding t F t
in view of the fact that t

he has had little or no formal t t- I .
training in any phase of Air Traffic t I j 1
Control His first assigned 1 } '
duties were as flight clearance I 0 .
dispatcher where, with tenacityand
self-application, his perfor- I (
mance was exemplary.He .
is continually conscientious
and continues strives for perfec-
tion. lie is extremely conscientious I f.DWARDS AFB OLD .RECORD 1348 MILES I !
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and confines to excel in all I I I II I I '

phases of his duties. In addi- _______NEW RECORD li II
tion to his assigned duties. Tal- I sAn vrECa !
bert has attended over 100 hours I I I (
of supervised training during his t I I II ( )
off duty time. His high respectfor
authority is evident In the
I I J l
manner In which he conducts him- ': i li. 11
self. His personal is LI 1
the epitome of a well appearance groomed e_________________ I l 1 6 I

sailor. A NEW RECORD was set by Crew Chief Paul J. Bert
He Is married to the former Bell after flying their "Dawdling Dromedary" jet
Mildred Shankle and they reside Hornet in San Diego to the carrier Roosevelt at
with their four children at 1270W. flight, bettered the previous record by some 600
32nd Str., Jax Fla. landed aboard the carrier with about 45 minutes of fuel )

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't\: ..'r"l:J;>; >: .,;:,:;." I: The Quo Vadis Chapel on the Appian Road leading out of Rome is
SUNDAY a perpetual reminder of how easy It Is to lose confidence.St. .

t .CROSSi2 Peter had come to the conclusion that he had failed (in his
y 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy attempt to convert the Romans.He .

? Communion the Prince of the Apostles, left the city later to be called
; } I l Irr 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine the :Eternal City shaking the dust of the imperial capital from
: ; Worship his feet he hastened away from the scene of his valiant labors for

,.. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for Christ. His trust in the Lord's direction wavered. Perhaps Rome
.. t: ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 was not to be the central city of Christendom. He was, like Paul,
\'! .: I + 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine "weary even of life" ((2 Cor. 1:8)) and felt the tide of men and events

y.: .. .. Worship was strong against him.
'. .,...' 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship To him, In this hour of defeat so runs the legend appeared
.. WEDNESDAY Christ. "Quo vadls?" He queries His Vicar gently. "Whiter goest

thai?" .
.' .., '. 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal <- Peter returned. He died a martyr's death realizing the truth:

"Cast thy care upon the Lord and he shall sustain thee; he shall not
\ 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal suffer the just to waver forever" (Ps. 54:23, 24)).

II-rJ.lEY \ / 12:00 Communion, Are you weary, 0 soul? Trust In God, and "your sorrow shall be
turned to joy" (John 16:20)). .
SERVE Y.u' Also on all Holy Days Leave sadness to the devil A Christian has only joy for his heri(
\ Catholic Services at St. Edward's -
tage. Has not St. John of the Cross assured us that "the soul of one
NATTC and Naval
HOUR Chapel, who serves God always swims In joy, always keeps holiday, and (Is
Hospital always in a mood for singing?"


AfAME" : G 6:30 arru U.S. Naval Hospital Sustained Power At SeaNo

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.

\ Edward's Chapel nation In history has ever regained a position as a great world

EDITORIAL DAILY MASS Seapower, once having lost It. The seas bring us strength and pros-
perity or they bring us war and disaster. man must shape
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel this destiny.

# American Red Cross: MONDAY & TUESDAY "Power for Peace" is the watchword of the Department of De-
fense. This enormous complex of forces, military talent and hard-
Service ServicemenSince 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC ware keeps the watch to preserve freedom and peace in the world.

to FRIDAY The closely-knit defense forces, Army, Navy, Air Force, and Ma-
rines continuously demonstrates the use of Power for Peace.
12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospital Do You Realize that 12 times last year the Navy responded
March Is American National Red Cross month servicemen
SATURDAY to trouble our fleets are well fitted to the job, for theirs is a
stationed the world will be asked contribute to the
throughout to sustained power It Is already there. the precise power need
annual fund-raising campaign. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel ed can be applied where needed, when needed, and before the fact.
Before make contribution think for a moment of the
you your ,
CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY Each of us Is a symbol of the strength of America. Our task
services which the Red Cross perform for servicemenand
many daily
of leading the free world demands projections of power to all the
their families. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before far corners of the earth.
The Red Cross mission with the armed forces is to support and Masses
What, then, Is our means for overseas projections of power? How
without out-of-service those activities affect-
supplement, duplication, Catechism ClassesGradeSchool
do we do it? How do we support our global policies?
Ing the health, welfare, recreation and morale of service personneland
their families. SATURDAY We are all affected by Seapower our destiny Is tied to its

These services are extended through field directors with land- 1<):00 a.m. All Saints' Activities use.What >
the factors of How does this shape
based forces throughout the world and by home service in local Red building 722 are Seapower? power
lives families homes and
Cross chapters.The our very jobs?
Red Cross home service offers help to servicemen's families Naval power In Its special sense Is fighting power upon the
financial domain of the sea. We say "domain" because the surface aloneIs
with and and
personal family problems provides emergency
.. assistance, guidance In obtaining government benefits and a means T raflicViolations but part of the greater Idea of Seapower of today. .
of communication with the serviceman when direct methods are not The unique thing that distinguishes Seapower is its sustained mobility -
practicalOn It does not stand still. It appears In force when and where

major U.S. military installations around the world, Ameri- needed. It can hover as a helicopter It can be tailored to fit the
can Red Cross field directors help servicemen and their dependentsIn need it can apply a punishment to fit the crime. It moves con
the area and complete the chain of communication between men of stantly on the waters of the world poised for all eventualities
the armed forces and their families at home.A The following is a report of Just as a nation has purposes American power on the seas
variety of other Red Cross services such as disaster relief, motor vehicle accidents and traffic has purpose, based on those of the nation that created it. American

blood donation, first aid, water safety and home nursing are always violations for the period Feb- power on the oceans is moulded as American policy and purpose
available to military personnel, as well as civilians. ruary 28 through March 6. demand whether In balanced forces projecting American might

According to the American Red Cross 1963-64 annual report, Number of AccidentsThis across the seas or in its presence alone, ready for anything,
services to the armed forces and to veterans made up the greatest task force or fleet, separately or all at once. Moving power, sustained

single outlay of Red Cross funds Through some 1,200 field directors Week February 28 through power, immediate power. .
stationed at 400 military installations around the world, the Red March6. . . 0 To learn more about the seas, we are In a race with time. for
Cross aided approximately 80,000 servicemen and their families Total Accidents this year through those who ignore the sea, history has shown, are doomed to sufferat

monthly last year. An additional 90,000 servicemen, veterans and March 6. . . 41 the hands of other nations who do not Ignore It! What we don't
their families were aided monthly by local Red Cross chapters. Number of Accidents through know can hurt us badly. This greater home of ours on earth is far

When you're asked to contribute to the Red Cross this month, March 1964 . . 65 more than the ground on which we stand.
just remember all of the valuable services which this organization Total number of days since last The modern reality of Seapower's dimensions is awesome in

"' undertakes to help you, your family and your fellow servicemen. Injury In motor vehicle acci- deed. We are forced into new ways of thinking, of looking at the

(AFPS) dent . . . .59 world in terms of new potentials of commerce and of warfare.
The first to document the total impact and influence of Seapoweron

Number'of ViolationsThis history, Alfred Thayer Mahan, observed some seventy years
ago "The sea will increasingly influence lives throughout
Week . . 52 the future." our
JTAX AXR NEWS Speeding . . . 8 Let us look
now at the nearly
oceans They cover
Reckless Driving . 1
three-quarters of
of the globe. This the size
some 35 times
Going through Stop Sign 2 the United the
States. These is
Other Violations . 40 waters belong to all nations. This
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper general theory of international sea law. But Seapower backs up the
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Twenty-nine drivers appeared theory with reality.The .
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a before the Traffic Hearing Board ocean domain Is millions upon millions of square miles
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the meeting held on March 8. of water but many more millions of cubic miles beneath the
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information' Office, Disposition of the cases Includethe surface. and above it.

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before' and following: ten lost driving Think of all this water. Two parts of hydrogen and one part of
publication. News items are welcomed 'for all sources- parking privileges aboard oxygen also rich In minerals and food water the sustalner of
station for
various ail life.
; fourteen -
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ties were five given suspended penal- We are Just beginning to look at the crust of the earth beneaththe
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing ; were given warnings; ocean bottoms. We are just beginning to make maps of the great
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida referred ; and four continents beneath the waves, of undersea Everests and Grand

Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. were ficers for possible to commanding disciplinary of- fcr22Mr liquid of !troughs space. and Plains, of life on the move inside this

VOL. 22 NO. 52 MARCH 11, 1965 action.Eleven drivers were assesseda Total! sea ?strength also Includes our fishing Industry, our oceanographic -
Studies of the sea's touched
domain still uncharted hardly
total of for the
twenty-two Traffic
Points. that may lie beneath the waves. The oceans are a
treasurehouse of minerals I a farmland waiting to be harvested


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MARCH II. 1965

Sec. McNamara Outlines Due to the quota system the
U.S. Naval Reserve Offers NARTU Jax Procurement Recruiting -

Strategic Tactical Plans Department works under -
only a limited number of
Several Enlistment PlansIf men can be processed for these
Washington (AFPS) In his recent statement before Congress on programs. An early inquiry
defense posture Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara said long- by anyone Interested could pre-
range strategic plans of the United States call for continued reliance you have been wondering how to counsel your son or any young vent needless anguish. Lastweek.the .
upon manned bombers and various missiles through the early 1970s. man on how he can fulfill his military obligation, here Is some Information wire services reported that
Tactical missiles and. rockets on programs offered for young men right here at the the April draft quota will be
however, will undergo some Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at NAS Jax. doubled.
changes In FY66 with Initial development out the toughest armor; SUB- One of the most popular of all Information on these three pro-
of a short-range attack ROC Is fired from standard sub- military programs Is the Naval qulring two years of active duty grams and on others related .to
missile (SRAM) being the new- marine tubes using aconventional Air Reserve 4to 10 month pro- and three years as a ready reservist veterans and officer candidates
est addition to longrange plans, or nuclear warhead; ASROC delivers gram, which replaced the old 6- before becoming eligible can be obtained from the NARTU
the Secretary added. an anti-submarine war- month program. for,transfer to the Standby Reserve lax Procurement and Recruit-
Secretary McNamara said In fare homing torpedo or depth This program consists of 4 to for one year.Requirements ing Department.The .
the field of strategic weapons,the charge, and Hawk's field air 10 months of active duty, all of vary for each offices of the department
United States will rely on the B- defense capability will be Improved which Is spent In service schools of these programs, available to are located In Building 90L In- "
52 bomber, Minuteman II and Polaris to counter some tactical to be served within 120 days young men between the ages of formation can also be obtainedby
missiles, a new Poseidon ballistic missiles. after enlistment. 17 and 26 years of age. One phoning Extensions 361 or
missile and the SRAM missile. Secretary McNamara also Schools available are for ADs requirement for the 4 to 10 month 268.
Like the Polaris Poseidon called for available funds to be (jet, reciprocating, and helicopter program and the 85-Day pro-
would be submarine launched,but used to get the Redeye missile ), AMs (structures, hydraulics gram is that the enlistee reside A gossip Is a woman who can
would carry a larger payload and Into the hands of troops as soon and safety equipment), AEs, within a 50 mile radius of quickly change an earful into amouthful.
offer greater penetration against as possible. Redeye Is a AT, AO, AX, PR, PT, AC, and the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta .
heavily defended enemy in- shoulder-fired anti-aircraft tion. Mason City Globe-Gazette.
dustrial-urban areas. weapon used by the Army and Marine AG.After completion active duty,
Tactical missile and rocket Corps. the enlistee is released to inactive -
plans Include die first major pro Other announcements: concern- duty. He must, however,
curement of the Army's surf ace- Ing missiles made by the Secre- drill one weekend each month
to-surface Shillelagh buying tary Included: plans for development and spend 14 days on active duty
Navy long-range underwater- of Nike Xi; phasing In of the for training each.fiscal year for
to-underwater SUBROC and new Phoenix missile and bring- the rest of his enlistment. USED CARSTHESE
ASROC rockets and an Improved ing Air Force Sparrow III and Another popular program offered -
Army-Marine Corps Hawk sys- Army Pershing missile Inventories at NARTU Jax Is the 85-
tem program. to 100 percent dur- Day Training Program which
Shillelagh Is designed toknock ing FY66.Captain consists of a six year enlist-
ment with a two year active duty
obligation.The CARSDUVAL I /
r .F active duty obligation, I
however, is deferred until the
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4a.y'r .1 enlistee has completed two consecutive i
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position reports given by the additive, the bombadier knows the

35,000 times in the last dar Bomb Scoring Unit." bomb ad1e r. AU these factors are length and angles of the error.

five years, Jacksonville has been Basically, RBS serves as' the also essential to determine the While the margin of error is not
bombed I And wlthcut a single referee and scorer In the war .a point where the bomb would have divulged, RBS men confide that
casualty. games which pit Navy and Air '4 Za r struck the ground. they have plotted many drops

Poor Bombing? Not really, Force pilots against various Once the radar has been lockedon which landed within 50 feet or
for Instead of a loud explosion, types of targets. Their job is to a tc to the incoming aircraft,plott- less of the target. They also
destruction and death the only observe and score the aircraft in ? ing Is automatically accom- say jokingly that while all tar.
sound made by these raidsis the deadliest of games preci- plished until "Hack" is given by get areas are In the Immediate

"Hack," spoken by the bom- sion bombing. Key industrial the bombadier. Follow- vicinity of Jacksonville,southern
badler Inavigator of the attacking sites, bridges, and other local ing "Hack", the bombadter calls Georgia has received "hltsf
aircraft to the men at the Radar structures are the designated( the direction and velocity of the Lt. Carl C. Wells, officer-in-

Bomb Scoring Unit aboard the targets for these raids. winds aircraft heading and air charge of the Radar Bombing Site,
Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Located on the bank of the St. speed. These factors are also says that the 24 tradevmen run-
The Jax RBS Unit as it Is Johns River In a remote sec- essential determining the point ning the site are "the most
called is the only Navy unit of tion of NAS Jax, the Bomb Scor- where the bomb would have struck versatile group of men In the
Its kind on the East Coast. A ing Unit becomes a beehive of the ground. At this point, the Navy."
second unit is located in activity when radio contact is
Navy Wells RBS men begin consulting charts "These men are operating and
Spokane, 'w ashe, and the Air made with aircraft approaching( LI.
slide rules, rulers, and adding repairing equipment which Is
Force has several units located the target area. As the voice
The machines to arrive at the completely alien to them"
at point. says
crackles 10 speakers loca- 50 miles cut
the U.S. One AF unit, over
of the bomb drop. Lt. Wells. "We are
information to accuracy using a radar
ted the RBS building, relays
mobilized train throughout
controller concerning his Once the complicated mathe- system designed In 1939,built
the RBS
swabs and pencils drop i the
is called the "RBS
Express. altitude, and dis- matic problem has been solved, In 1942, and surveyed by the
As stated in the Naval Air deck as men rush to their posi- course, speed,
tions. tance plus the type of plane he Is the number offeetwh1chthebombtheoretically Army. Being Army gear, we
Station Manual, the
Organization landed from the tar- have no manuals Instructionsfor
and the bomb which he
mission of the RadarBombScor- "Aircraft, Aircraft, is the flying
Is added to a prearranged malntanance work. We have
of seconds is simulating.This
Unit is In a matter ,
bombing cry.
ing of the unit is on the radio circuit Information is necessaryto additive and the sum of these two scrounged parts from Pennsyl
proficiency the scheduled use of receiving information from the the radar operators since they numbers Is relayed to the air- vania to California. "
about must lock on the plane from the craft. By simply subtracting the "These TD's are doing the
of the Ra plane, which is normally
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the present on-base site. to work and explain exactly what which will allow him to pass beneath -
The Navy has recognized the human error was made during the enemy radar scopes Is one !
Importance of this training to run. Armed with the result and of his major problems. To remain [ T' :
aviators, and, In turn. Is com- complete evaluation of the previous on his prescribed route Is of
pleting a new and more sophis- run, crews are ready to attack paramount Importance. Evasive
ticated system scoring for both again, In an effort to remedythe tactics on and around the targetare
high and low-level flights. While previous error. another problem. AccuracyIs
still In the testing phase, the new Another great advantage to the undoubtedly the most critical -
SJ SJF site, located on the Camp Bland- MSQ 44 system is that It allows point of his mission.
Ing National Guard Reservation, pilots to practice evasive mea- The new site, when completely hP .1
will offer the same services to sures which the older radar system operative, will allow the attack I
low-altitude bombing practicethat could not cope with. crews to simulate wartime conditions 3's
the current system offers to Chief TraDevMan Al Johnson, by navigating at low levels,
high-altitude bombers,plus many In charge of the Camp Blanding using electronic countermea-
new Innovations. Site, said that this new system sures, and dropping their bombs,
Camp Blanding Is located 34 which computes the exact Impact all under the watchful eye of w
miles south of Jacksonville In a point of the bomb while the air- RBS which will relay an accu-

CAMP BIANDING computer remote section of the country. craft Is practicing evasive mea- rate description of his bombing COMPLICATED tables and
system monitored by Howard The reservation Itself Is some sures of constant altitude and along with computed corrective charts offer ultimate solution to
L Kerr, TD2, while Paul R. 75,000 acres large, with very course changes over the target measures for the next attack.At bomb's accuracy. William C.
Norton, TD1 relays information' little civilization. Far back area will "adequately prepare high levels, the bombadier White TD3, has the responsibility .
to aircraft. In the "boonles," lies the new pilots and bombadlers for the peering into the radar scope must as recorder to solve) this
RBS unit. So remote in fact, real thing." be able to Interpret tiny dots at problem.
work of radarmen, electronic that they must supply their own "What really pleases us," bridges or warehouses or fuel '\..
technicians, electrican mates, power for a Diesel generator.The Johnson continued, "Is that depots etc. However a bridgeand
draftsmen air controlmen and airspace surrounding the when this system becomes opera- a warehouse look vastly dif During times when the ability ,
yeomen. Anyone of them can do target area has been restrictedto tional, the Instant the margin or ferent In a radar scope. to hit a specified target becomes
an equally good Job of operatingthe planes using the bombing site. error plus the solution to correct For Instance, a warehouse a matter of national security,
radar, plotting the aircraft Five TDs, who live In Jacksonville this error Is computed It Is would most likely be situated In a the United States must be able
or manning the radio circuit." man the remote unot. transmitted to the aircraft. This heavy Industrial area. Large to launch aircraft manned by a
"In order to do this, they learn They must be on station at 7:00 should shorten the new bomba trains trucks and heavy industrial crew who can accomplish the job
by doing It. There Is no special a.m. every morning warming up dier's training period consider- equipment as well as assigned to them.
This is the of
training. Master Chief Garry R. their equipment to be preparedfor ably and Increase his proficiencyat other buildings would all appearon purpose peace-
Brown worked In the training of the bombing practice which the same time" his radar scope. To assure time military to train the men \
who will deliver the brunt ofAmerica's
Polaris submarine crews priorto begins at 8:00 a.m. An eight-power scope mountedon that a specific target Is hit, the \
coming here. TDl Billy Sc- The AN/MSQ 44 radar-com the radar antenna and con- bombadier must be able to military might. At
ronce trained porpoises at Point peter system mArmy Fire Control nected to a set of prisms allows identify the radar speck which RBS, where professional training \
Is the this is
Mugu before coming here. Very Radar, with over a half mil- the radar operators to actually represents his target. obvious. only objective, ';I
shortly he will be crew chiefon lion dollars in modifications, Is observe the planes on low altitude The city of Jacksonville offers \
one of the shifts." being utilized at this new site. runs. Through this scope, the the student or even veteranbom-: M OPfMI6flMJG// S
RBS Jax works two shifts This system Is automatic from operators get a first-hand lookat badler a challenge In learning pfaasBreyrA
,day and night. The men workIng the time die plane Is locked in on a most dramatic alrshow as these techniques. In the down- GGIM'Gr'
e' the,night shift draw ComRatsand radar until the theoretic bomb the attacking jets scream towardsthe town section Jacksonville alone 10 A1JGI.t
In the RBS reaches The there four' ,
sleep building. Impact. computer target at treetop level. are bridges spanning

Runs on the 15 designated tar- evaluates and records all infor- Techniques for the two typesof the St. Johns River. Several /' ,.....,.;;;.........;q....
gets are made around the clock mation, answers the mathematic bombing are very opposite in industrial sites are located side
good weather and bad. problem and types the solution on nature. On low level attacks, by side. When given coordinatesof
Approximately 1/3 of the paper. the bombadier has a very limited a particular target and orderedto
bombing practice runs scored by Most important, however, is radar range. For this reason, "hit" that particular target,
RBS lax are made by Air Force the fact that once problem has navigation at low altitudes a bombadier is confronted with i :
B-52's from the Strategic Air been solved and the answer through perhaps mountainous genuine problems of Identifying, ,
Command. Flying from 35,000 divulged, the computer again goes terrain In any kind of weatherAS pinpointing, and hitting the designated
feet up, the big bombers' pre- area. With the help of .
sence over the city passes unnoticed RBS Jax, crews go through these
In the public eye. They drills knowing their efforts are -
fly over, drop the "SAC large being carefully monitored and
charge" at several targets, receive r L
their scores from RBS and
peel off into the darkness. BIG TOP MOTORS I

However, the Air Force crews I
talking to their scorers who hap-
pen to be Navymenhas led to several ll lla ,
light Instances In the dark- i

ness of night. For Instance, the CEDAR HILLS .
men of RBS lax for a long time 't
could not understand why AF
bombadier/navigators constantly 70 62 KARMANN GEIA. $1395
ended their conversations with a 1 owner, extra clean, R&H.
CREW CHIEF, James H. Johnston, TD1 is responsible 'for his
The sailors
crisp "yes Sir. crew's training.Here,"BO OFOO"gti checked out on plotting board
assumed the bombadier thought after from RBS Patrol.ROOSEVELT .
being reassigned Security 59 CHRYSLER.$795 62 RENAULT.$795 i
officers. It wasn'tuntil
they were recently during the visit 4 dr., full power, auto/trans Gordinie, 4 dr., extra clean. i

of a SAC Major that they learnedthe l i R&H.
56 OLDSMOBILE. . $525
AF crewmembers had 57 PONTIAC . .$595
4 dr., hardtop, one owner.
erroneously figured a crisp"yes MALL 4 dr., hardtop, power steer
Sir" would be good for a slight and brakes, R&H,auto/trans.
61 CHEVROLET . ...$1 195
reduction In error. 61 PLYMOUTH. . $795 2 Dr., 6 cyl., auto/trans.
This Initial RBS Unit aboard H CARWASH 4 dr., standard shift, extra R&H, one owner, solid black
the Naval Air Station has been clean. like new.
refereeing high altitude bombing


with the technological advances SUNDAY 8:30: AM 1:30: PM
being made In the field of rockets See Our Courteous 3719BLANDING
American flight crews become ROOSEVELT BLVD. SALESMEN ,. Across from
familiar with the tactics em- Cedar Hills Shopping

ployed in low-altitude residentialareas bombing. EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY BUD TERRY Center

However, local
which would suffer from PHONEM.
sonic booms of low-level jets FREE
YOUNG 7712320t
and the heavy air traffic In and WITH CAR WASH! BILL SIEMER
around Jacksonville would make Used Car Mar. .

low-level bombing Impossible at

MARCH 1)), 1965
r .- 7

I On Patrol With PatRon 4S

Story & Pictures By Koy Leljedal, SM

The working day began early ported for the pre-fllght brief- (Anti-Submarine Warfare Exer-
for the men of Patrol Squadron45's ing. Several men were already cise). After a few minutes of
Crew Eight. Members of there, making last minute pre- discussion, the pilots went to
the crew,had begun arriving at parations for the ensuing ASWEX Operations to file their Flight
Hangar 116 as early as 3 A.M. .-" ..., .; ii i\'$. Plan. The 'DD175', as they referto
in order to 'Pre-FlIght' the plane ... .) ; it, listed the area they were
+.., .'. ot' route proceding and returning -
for the mission. Stores and sup- Y 4t, flying to,
plies, such as food sono buoys It 1: :. 'J altitudes and speeds at
and smoke flares, necessaryfor which they would fly. Weather
the eight-hour mission had to 11 information was acquired at Fleet
be loaded onboard the P3A Orion. Weather Facility, where the crew
Equipment necessary for the was given the weather outlook for
w mission had to be checked to insure weather at their destination. Included -
proper functioning.At Ii also,were weather conditions -
these early hours the dawn at the time of their returnto
does not give-way to daybreak a Jacksonville. In case of adverse A.
readily, and the darkness of the weather conditions upon MEN IN THE TACTICAL Flight Center check calculations pertinent
hour is overcast even more bya return to MAS they were given an to tile mission. This port 01 the aircraft houses the sonar radar and
light drizzle falling from timeto alternate landing field and the similar screens used in tracking submarines.LTJG .
time. Time unlike the dark- LT. F. C. PAINTER, Tactical Co- metorological outlook there.
ness, moves swiftly and soon the ordinator, checks on some information When the weather data had been
officers of Crew Eight began for the pre-flight recorded on the DD175 the Patrol -
arriving. briefing. The background map Plane Commander (PPC)
Donning flight suits they re- shows the Atlantic seaboard. went to Operations and filed his
flight plan. After being checkedfor
completeness by the Opera
tions Duty Officer, information on
41@lJurru the DD175 was telephoned to ATC

:.::..:'.::::..:':.. .. .., (Air Traffic Control Center).
..::'::::::::::'::.:.:.::.:..::.:::..:.:.:'::.::::::: ATC controls all flights involving
cEIH instrument flying conditions.The .
ground work finished, it
was time to get underway. The
ChevroletCHEVROLET pilot and co-pilot took their
places in the cockpit along with
the flight engineer, while other C. L COx LCdr M. A. Edhouse and LI. F. C. Painter le-
crewmen strapped-in for the ceive weather information from Chief Scheiderer at Fleet Weather
in Jacksonville take-off. Now, the important Center.
checklist procedure began, each
DOWNTOWN924 ""..rt. all four engines had started the and coffee were being served
cockpit crew commenced the when over the intercomm came
LAURA ST. at ORANGE ; 'after-start' checklist The plane the words "This is a drill this

began to roll slowly aw ay from the is a drill prepare to bail out.
hangars, taxiing out to the assign- This Is .a drill." The crew immediately
ed runway. While the take-off began locking on parachutes .
check was being completed and tightening helmet straps,
after receiving flight clearnance and making general preparationsto
.4T from Air Traffic ControlCenter, bail out. The Navigator mean
the co-pilot switched frequenciesto while rushed a message to the
tower for take-off instruc- radio operator that included air
tions. craft course, speed altitude, and
Take-off clearance was obtained position. The drill was over in a
and the aircraft taxied into matter of seconds and the crew
::j position on the runway. Aftera resumed eating.

.. ONE OF CREW EIGHT'S chefs last minute check on flight The galley was secured, fresh
< prepares the afternoon meal in instruments the pilot said, "set cup of coffee replaced the cold
the plane's galley facilities max power" as the flight engineer one, as the aircraft arrived on
while an interested crewman backed the pilot on a set station. All equipment was in
observes. of interlocked throttles. As the readiness the men prepared to
....,>> aircraft began to accelerate the perform their varied jobs. The
one following the "challenge and co-pilot replied "80 knots, decision TC (Tactical Coordinator), the
reply" system. The co-pilot read rotate" and the aircraft lifted officer-in-charge of the tactical
off the list with the pilot or flight smoothly Into the air. Destina- problem, reported to the pilot thatB.
engineer replying. Then-"Pre- tion for this particular mission
flight completed" pins polled and was off the southern coast of
stored. Florida.

After completing the pre-start During the transit the operating -
checklist, the pilot signaled to the area the atmospherewas re- ,
lineman (a man who controls all
laxed as men awaited the upcomIng -
ground equipment and taxiing) and exercise. In the after sta-
began procedures for starting tion (tall section)the crew's chefs
AND NO MINIMUM BALANCE REQUIRED! the engines with the reply,"Pre broke cut provisions to prepare
ssure's up and holding." When breakfast. 9
: Ham and eggs, toast, +
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DANCING NIGHTLY the crew was ready commence
Open your checking account here today! the exercise. The pilot'rogered'and
the ASWEX was underway.
"A friendly placeor Each problem contains three
WESTSIDE: iQ111 friendly people" phases of operation search,
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I submarine is located than attack
MEMBER F.D.I.C. OPEN FRI. until 8 P.M. ed.

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Pizza Night Happy Hour 4:36-6:30 p.m
Hour 3:30-6 p.m. 8:30-
Happy Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings
Friday, March 12 Friday, March. 12 Dinner 6-9 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
Mark Castle Combo 8:30-
March 12
Dance to Mach"4"Saturday Friday, March 12
12:30 a.m. Friday,

March 13 Saturday, March 13 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Phil Cays Chantels 9-1 a.m.

Dance to Mark Castle Arnold "4" 8:3O-12:3Oa.m. Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. ,.
John Music by John Arnold 8-12 a.m. Saturday, March 13

Sunday, March 14 I Sunday, March 14 Saturday, March 13 Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings
March Wilson 8:30-11:30 p.m. .
Dance to Phil Cays Chantels 9-1 a.m.
Monday, March 1 15 Dinner 6-9:30 pm.
Monday, March 15 Music by Johnny Jelinek 8:30- Sunday, March 14
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.' FOR IDEAS IN PLANNING thiyear's
Game Night Tuesday, March l 16' 12:30 a.m. Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30- Magnolia Ball, Mrs.A.C.
March 14
Tuesday, March 16 Sunday, 11:30 p.nu Cason, Ball chairman and Mrs.!
Game Night at 7:30 with band Ribs Don Gately, Decorations !
Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Monday, March 15 chair.
Open to follow review the
of Beef man scrapbook ol
Wednesday, March 17 Wednesday, March 17 Monday, March 15 Pizza 2 for 1 NightTuesday previous affairs. This year's fes

March 16 tivities are slated for May 1t.
Open I Movies sports 8 p.m.
Hour 3:30-6 p.m.
I Happy
Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.Wednesday .
Dinner 6-9 p.rn.Tuesday .
PatRon 45
March 16 March 17
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Game Night 8 .
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. Every man had his job cut

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Wednesday, March 17 #86The is completed he works as part of

a unit to assure success.At .
Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m.
Each S100 of Bureau Rates for Board of Directors, Navy approximately 8:20 A.M.
Wives Club Jax|86, held ameet- visual contact of the submarine
usa Notes ing last Tuesday evening at the was made. "Stand by to drop
home of Mrs. Thomas J.Bennett. Drop, drop" as the aircraft
AUTOINSURANCE Thursday, March 11 Discussions were held on various marked on top the submarine.
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a Homemade Goodies Night membership for approval. submerged. Now that it had been

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held last Wednesday evenIng ly sophisticated equipment, began -
Boy Meets Girl Night by the Navy Wives at their tracking the submerged sub.

Saturday, March 13 clubhouse aboard the Naval Air Several more simulated attacks
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South Jacksonville PresbyterianMovie jamin Rediker were Initiated at returned to NAS J ax.
when the Safe Driver
"Shadow of the Cat"
this meeting and welcomed Into Crew Eight Is only one crew
Plan Is used! the that flies ASW exercises for VP-
Monday, March 15 organization by the Board
members.The 45, and VP-45 is the only one
St. Patti's Party with music by Finance Committee was squadron performing this mission -

NAS Jax Combo named and the following ladles but their role is an important -

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11. 1965 JAX AIR NEWS

MoviesMovies > fiY _. ,. u.s. Ant Hill

will be shown regularly r .
Field Alabama
at 7 1 p.m. Monday through Satur- Ant ,

day.NATTC will have two feature
From: Disaster Control OfficerTo
times 2 pun. and 7 1 p.m. on Sat- Medical OfficerL
urdays and Sundays. The hospitalwill :
Information from office that you
telephone your
have one feature on Sunday's Following
at 7 p.m. were unable to Issue carbon dlsulphlde for use In this office in ant

Kiddee Matinee, NAS Theatre, control, and following receipt of your letter listing Insect repellents
furnished by office, request was made of the Supply Dept. for
Saturdays, 2 p.m. These are sub your
carbon disulphlde for use by this office In ant control. We were
ject to change.
Informed'' by Supply that they could only issue such preparation If

Thursday, March 11 ,1 ft > i2 the ant to be exterminated was In the building. If it was' ,outside -

*"<**/ 'ill the building, the Issuance of such preparation properly should
Malnslde Flipper's New Adventure -
Luke Halplne, Pam Danny Meyer Miss LoVerne Pearson"O" come from Public Works. It Is difficult to determine the Intentionsof
Inside and
Some live
to exterminate.
the ants we are attempting
Franklin wander outside for food, while some live outside and forage Inside
NATTC Tom Jones Albert
for Food. It Is rather difficult to determine which ant comes from

Hospital Finney,-S.Sunday York in New York- Club ShowOn without and is what you might call a Public Works ant. Some of our

ants appear to be going In circles and others apparently are wandering -
Cliff Robertson, Jane Fonda
the Officer's Club schedule for this coming Sunday is Danny at random with no thought of destination. Such tactics are

Friday, March 12 Meyer and his orchestra plus singer-comedienne, Miss LaVerne very confusing and could result In a Supply ant being exterminated by

MainsideltsGreattobe Young- Pearson, who was erroneously scheduled last week. Public Works poison, or a Public Works ant exterminated by a Supply
poison, which would probably lead to an extensive Investigationand
John Mills, Cecil Parker Danny Meyer will begin his letter of explanation.
NATTC Flipper's New Adven- show at 7:30 P.M with music lengthy
has been to
2. In view of the fact that Supply-issue poison
ture Luke Halpine, Pam and dancing and continue_ and vice
Works-Issued poison,
LAFRA #91 kill an ant just as dead as Public
Franklin until 11:30 P.M. At 9:30 P.M. identical for
draw poisons
versa, request Is made that your office
Tom Jones Albert LaVerne Pearson will be on
Ibspital and and mix
A Board meeting of Unit #91 issue to this office from both Public Works supply-
Finney. S. YorkSaturday stage. that there will be no way of knowing which poison killed
was held last Monday eveningat same so
There is no for this
the ant-the assumption being that no well bred Navy ant would eat
March 13 show but reservations are re- the home of Mrs. Thomas
final destination,
Hutcherson on Peter Rabbit other poison issued through proper channels to
MainsideThe RaidersRobert quired. Drive which destination being the afore mentioned dead or dying ant.
Gulp, Brian Keith Miss Pearson has appearedwith P.S. ANT
discussed -
Various matters were
NATTC If s Great to be Young- personalities such as the Chemical Defense NBOD)
and plans made for the meet- (Borrowed from the Nuclear, Biological, (
John Mills Cecil Parker Spike Jones Revue, Tony Ben-
ing of March 8 at the clubhouse School, Navy Unit, Ft. McClellan, Ala.).
Hospital Flipper's New Adven- nett, fenny Youngman and JackE.

ture Luke Halpine, Pam Leonard. In addition, she on Roosevelt Blvd. CROSS-COUNTRY TRIP
Franklin has appeared at both the Flamingo At the regular meeting held (Continued From Page 1))

Kiddy Matinee The Young and and the Tropicana In March 8, Mrs. Harvey Miller The aircraft named""DawdlIng Williford, USN, head of the Ro-.

The Brave Las Vegas. presided and several memberswere Dromedary" had an average tary Wing Branch, Flight Test

welcomed Into the organi- speed of 115 knots. Division; co-pilot LieutenantThe

Sunday, March 14 The teacher had explained the zation. three crewmen, all attachDavid A. Bell USN,project pilot

Mainside Lolita Sue Lyons, cruelties of Nero, and: believedhe Members of Unit#91 will havea ed to the Naval Air Test Center, Rotary Wing Branch; and crew 1

James Mason had made an impression. He card party at the home, of Mrs. Patuxent River, Md., Included; chief, PaulJ.Bert,ADS,Service

NATTC The Raiders Robert asked the class: "Now; boys, Joseph Pierotti, 2247 Tegner pilot Commander! James R. Test Division.MONTHLY .

Gulp, Brian Keith what do you think of Nero? Do Drive on March 10 at 8:00 In

Hospital It's Great to be Young- you think he was a good man?" the evening.refreshments Guests will are be welcomeand served. SP C A .

John Mills, Cecil Parker No one answered. The teacher
There will be door prizes for this

Monday, March 15 singled"Well out," returned Tommy.the boy, aftera event. RHDOPEN SN\PPER.99C)

On Saturday March 27, at 6:30
Mainside Who's Been Sleep- long pause, "he never donnenothin'
P.M. there will be covered dish AlL va.u :o N .EAI
Ing In My Bed Dean Martin to me.
the clubhouse on Roosevelt -
Carol BurnettNATTC Stanford Chaparral
Blvd. This Is a joint Branch DAILY We Make a
Lolita Sue ,
Lyons se. and Unit affair. I II ISO AM. TO 10 P.M. Specialty of
James Mason
members of Unit #91 have .
Hospital The Raiders Robert ON STAGE
been Invited to meet the Southeast i SHRIMP
Gulp, Brian Keith
GUILD PLAYERS Regional Vlce-P resident of HE?' ', OYSTERS

Tuesday, March 16 the FRA, Mr.Harry Foster,when CHICKEN

PRESENT he visits with Branch #126 on the ,, STEAKS
Mainside Goodbye Charlie -
of March 18. RED SNAPPER
Debbie Reynolds, Tony Curtis
i. After the regular meeting last TAKE-OUT SERVICE
NATTC Who's Been Sleeping
In My Bed-Dean Martin,Carol FAIR LADY Monday evening, refreshmentswere BANQUET SERVICE
Burnett served by Mrs. Jake Pugh 1 flscia45 BUSINESS
and Mrs. John The door
MARCH 5-13 Fogarty.
Hospital Lolita Sue Lyons,
James Mason prize for this meeting was fur- 3433 BUNDING BLVD. PHONE 7715581MARCH

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Wednesday, March 17
Mainside Tamahine Nancy 1
Kwan, John Fraser _
NATTC GoodbyeCharlieDebbie Evening Perf. 8:30:

Reynolds, Tony Curtis Sun Matinee 2:30:

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J. Carneghi was on hand to a- FURN APT 33 Judson Circle,
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letter of Commendation. In 3-plex, 4-plex 3 ml NAS $115 front. Can 264-9632.
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equipped. Convenient to ,
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WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN : recently refinished, water & $300. has balance of $84. or

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TUNER Good picture, stand adult only. Call after 1800 388-
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I 11, 1965

1 Hearing Loss Quote of the Week G

Acute SaysSurgeon "The proposed realignment will not only'
increase the combat readiness of the Army
'reserve'forces -but also,. when completed,
should produce recurring annual savings of M rat
Thirty twopercent of personnelIn least $150 million." Secretary of De- ,k
aviation rates tested aboard fense Robert S. McNamara, testifying be-
.i NAS Jacksonville have significant fore the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee '
on Army Reserve-National Guard realignment -
hearing loss reports D. L. .
Risinger,Lt.MCUSN, Flight Surgeon -
The health problems created by
Intense noise ashore and afloat
are becoming Increasingly acute.
,\ Continuous and Intermittent exposure OPENJacksonville's
to loud noises, such as
those created by prop and jet Newest Driving Range-
Captain William S. Baker, Jr., Commanding Officer of' the Jock- aircraft over a period of time
onville Naval Hospital, was the Naval Officer that administered may result In hearing loss. This MODERN LIGHTING SYSTEM
he Oath for Enlistment to Frank D. Snyder, III, The unusual part loss may be temporary, and recovery TOP QUALITY RANGE BALLS
bf f this is that Captain Baker, then Commander Baker, was the attending ensue, or the loss may
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This reconciliation came through the efforts of' Chief' Boatswain "Hearing hazardous" noise Is PRO NELSON LEE j
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sary and "Mickey Meuse" head-
is still possible to go from Airman Recruit to Officer in 14 sets should be available in all
years or less? The answer is emphatically yes I Four instructors squadron areas. Wear them and
at Naval Air Technical Training Center did just that recently withtheir preserve your hearing. L
commissioning as Ensigns under the Limited Duty Officer pro-
ram. LH
They are Summer C. Brown, George W. Bunch, Jere F. Galloway, Missouri. He entered the NavyIn
land James W. Kincheloe. October 1951, and reported to
Ensign Brown, a former Chief tions Service Medal, and Korean NATTC in July 1961 from Patrol H jAUSTIN IIEAIEY
|Aviation Electrician's Mate, is a Service Medal Reconnaissance Squadron Two,
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12 MX AIR NEWS MARCH 11, 1965

{ P R rzl .X : : :_ Jax Navy Places 2nd

...... ilfIIlt':4R' $
"""' :+ : : : : : :: :
: ::; !:;: In Interservice Tourney

1. Zoilo Versalles of the Minnesota : $
Twins led the American .
League in what category in 1963? In final action of the Florida Georgia Interservice Conference
2. In 1957 which Washington tournaments Jax Navy placed second in both the volleyball and the
Senator pitcher set an American Basketball PlayoffsSet bowling competition.In .
League record by chucking the volleyball tournament final play saw Jax Navy and Cecil
how many "gopher balls?" Field tied for first place with 9-3 records. In a resulting play-
3. What 1963 National lea- off for the tournament champion Cecil Field defeated( 'Jax Navy

gue team allowed only 95 home ,For March 15-19 21-16 for thecrown.Members !.- ..
runs; the fewest in the majors ot the jax Navy team -
that year? were: Ken Steiner, NAMTD; Golden Crown
4. The Chicago Cardinals beat With the play-offs in the NAS Intramural Basketball leagues slatedto Henry Ray, C&R; Jack Peterson,
the Chicago Bears,Nov.28,1929, get underway this Monday, March 15 and end the 19th. the followingtop C&R; Dave Clark, VP-16; Bob Prix Set For
by a score of 40-6. Which member four teams In each of the two leagues appear to be the likely Barrett, VP-16; John Martel,
of the Cardinals scored all contenders for the Intramural championship: American League ComFairJax; Henry Vandepburg This WeekendThe
40 points for his team? Security 14-1; VP-30, 16-2; NATTC; and Wilbur Aaron, of
5. How many National lea- Communications, 10-6;and VAP- IntramuralBowling Air OP's. Fifth AnnualGoldenCrown
gue players saw actionduringthe 62, 10-6. In the National Leagueits The tournament standings
Prix Sports Car Race,sancltion-
1964 season? Hospital, 18-0; FICEUR, were:
15-2; Supply, 12-5; and Dispen- Cecil Field 10-3 ed by the Sports Car Club
Answers to QuizL 11-7. of America and the Fernandina
sary Jax Navy 9-4
On Monday the games to be Patrick AFB 8-4 Beach Jaycees, will get under
Ziolo racked up 13 triples played will commence at 3:30 Orlando AFB 7-5 way March 13 and 14. For the
that year. p.m. with other games being play- As the NAS Intramural Bowling Glynco Navy 6-6 first time this will be a Na-
2. Pete Ramos holds the AL ed at 5 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. leagues get well underway the Sanford Navy 3-9 tional Race rather than a Divisional -
record for most home runs allowed The results of last weeks actionare following "kegler" teams head AFB 0-12 Race.
with his pitching of 43 American Moody March the
: their respective leagues: The "keglers" rolling for the Saturday, ,
gopher balls. Denotes high scorer for the League Chiefs 11-1;AE W- trials will begin at 10 a.m. Four
Bob Wil-
Jax Navy team were:
3. The Houston Colts (now the game. RON"A", 10-2; and Needlers, five lap races will follow imme-
kins, FICUER; Harry Folkins,
Astros). Security, Comm 57-45 6-2. National League CPO's, Air OP's; Ken Therrel, Disease diately after the trials. On Sunday -
4. Ernie Nevers chalked up all 11-1 AOMD02 9-3 and Pelicans March 14 trials will
Petri Sec 19 pts. ; ; Vector Control Bill Burns,C&R beginat
40 points with runs of 10, 1, 2, VP-30 VP-45 50-46 9-3. Continental League and Ken Marshall; of VP-16.; 10 a.m. and there will be four
5, 6 and 20 yards. Brown VP-30 26 pts. Paymasters, 7-1;Army AFES, 7I The league bowling standings twenty lap races which begin at
5. 361 National Leaguers were FICEUR, AF679th 40-29 ; and Owl Hoots, 102. 12 noon.
seen on the playing fields in 1964. Davis, AF 16 pts. The results of last weeks action are: The number of entrees will be

ComFairJax Supply 43-35 are: McCoy AFB 11,018 held to a hundred. Drivers in
Outland. CFJ -18 pts. American League Jax Navy 10,745 this race will earn points nec-
CAN YOUTAKE Weapons, NARTU 36-33 Sanford Navy 10,674 essary for qualifying for the Na-
Cheatum Weap 15 pts. Flag Staffs, Lilly's 3-1 Cecil Field Navy 10,665 tional Championship Race to be
YOUR CAR VAP-62, VP-45 55-52 Cloak&Daggers,ComStore5 3-1 held in Daytona Beach later this
Mayport Navy 10,359
WITH YOU I Anderson VAP 23 pts. Play Boys, Riggers 3-1 Patrick AFB 10,301 year. .
Fot Financing And Insurance FAW-11, VP-16 55-39 Doctors Griffons 3-1 Among the entrees will be Lt.
Glynco Navy 10,204A
I Stateside And Overseas. Call I Green FAW 18 pts. AEWRON"A", Metros 3-1 Softball league is now being ((1.g.J ) Peter Gregg, ComFairJax
DYER M. BURR j VP-30 Admin 54-39 Darters, Molarolas 2-2 formed in the Florida-Geor- Staff. He will be driving a Por-
representingGOVERNMENT Brown, VP 22 pts. Guessers, 3rd Crewman 3-1 gia Interservice conference, and sche 904. Lt. (j.g.) Gregg plac-
t EMPLOYEES j Hospital, Weapons 71-29 Needlers, AOMD2 3-1 the tentative plans are to get the ed eighth overall in the Daytona
FINANCE CORPORATION Kloman Hosp 29 pts. Chiefs Cannon Cockers 4-0 league underway by early May. Contental and second in his class.
I ANDINTERNATIONAL j VAP-62 VP-16 68-51 Neptunes, Eagles 2-2 Other sports to be included in Some of the cars will be; Lola
INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE Anderson VAP 27 pts. Continental League the Interservice conference are Formula B, Formula cars, Alfa
?3ttl5 TtflrtJQuanft Rd. 771-0327 ComFairJax AF679th 53-39 swimming and field and track Romeo, Auston Healey Sprite,
McDaniel, CFJ 22 pts. Tailor Sailors, Sky Warr's"B" which will be set up in leaguesat Lotus 23 B,Spitfire, AlcotSpecial
31Paymatersl a later date, but it Is hopedto and several more.
## AFES 4-0 be underway by mid-summer. On Saturday night the Golden
Avions, Tipplers 3-1 Crown Prix ball will be held in
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Sports Waves -3rd- Annual He w.v .

Siorts: BowlingAfter Golf Meet

Are you Interested in joining
March ::22-24
Sunday afternoon mixed doubles a two week delay, the
bowling league at the NAS Waves Bowling League renewedthe The Third Annual Southeast
Lanes?? If you are farther information regular Wednesday night keg- Military Invitational Golf Tour
can be obtained by call- ler action at the new Bowling nament will be held on the NAS
tog Lt. (jg) Clifton Kennel! at771- Center. Taking the honors for "Links" March 2224.

8207. the. week were Barbara Miskec, The first tournament was won
DK3, with a high game of 204 by Jax Navy and last years tour
and Jean Hynes, AA, with a high nament was copped by Memphis
wI The Jax Navy tennis! team will handicap game of 263. Navy.
play Amherst college Saturday Team standings after the The tournament, In accordance
March 20, at 2:30 p.m. on the March 3rd games are as follows: with USGA' Rules, will be con-
4. A courts adjacent to Bldg. 720.rifrfr W/L Tied ducted on a five-man team basis
counting only the four lowest
Tats 12 3 1 scores each round, over 54 holes
Exercising classes are being Strike Outs 12 4
by medal Commands will
held,for husbands
and wives
every Le 8 8
Lagnappe be limited
only one team entry.
Wednesday from 8-9 p.m. In the Pin Heads 69 1
There will be
Indoor entrance or
Pool Everyone will be
Barvarlans 5 11 fees.Funher.
time allowed In the pool prior to that Alley Cats 4 12 green Information on the ,',.1 h: ,.t :.JI
but '
FOR THE Reboundsin at 8 p.m. sharp the Action on the 10th will see tournament can be obtained by EYE FULL-film afar Ann Mart
area will be
the State AAU tournamentheld cleared except for the Strike Outs vs Pin Heads; contacting the NAS Athletic Dir- It an ryf-filling delight at the
at the NAS Gym aremem- those married couples participating Tats vs Alley Cats; and the Le ector, Frank McCaffrey, at Ext. po",. between taker 0Ia,., latrttmotif.
In the
bert of the winning Contac Caps exercise classes. Lagnappe vs Bavarians. 585. .
team and Clearwater's OK
Tires. Contac Capts won the title
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The thing about the service, whether you are a career type or just
serving your hitch. Is that If you play your cards right you can retireor CARELESSNESS cost money
be discharged having acquired skills In certain fields. Real Knowledge?? But the strange pan is that

Within this spectrum comes the field of athletics. Take Ernie when we are hit in the pocket-
Wheelwright, for example. He played football during his seven yearsin Pity the poor gator, since he Is probably the victim of more ima- book by another person's care-
the Army and when he got out he became a New York Giants full- gination and less real knowledge than any other member of Florida's lessness,we sere am.On the other
back. wild kingdom. People either like or dislike the alligator, and an Indifferent hand, when It Is ,our own fault,
Or Arnold Palmer, Arnie a sailor, was a pretty fair golfer when he attitude is rare among those who come in contact with the we're more apt to pass it, off witha
entered the service. During his hitch he "worked real hard" on his leviathan. shrug of the shoulders and
game In his spare time and look what happened. F. K. Jones and other biologists of the Game and Fresh Water charge it up to "experience., "
Wheelrlght credits his success in the pro leagues to those familiar Fish Commission who have been gathering data on alligators for Whether a sportsman is using
locker-room words, "desire and determination. "I always wantedto many years incidental to their work with game and fish, report his own equipment, or some that
play pro ball," he said. "I Just worked at it and finally got good that the ancestor of the present day alligator first appeared on earth he has rented borrowed, a mo
enough to give It a try." approximately 30 million years ago. His appearance and habits ment's forgetfulness can cause
To be a top-flight machinist, let's say, you'd have to learn as muchas have remained almost unchanged over the years., breakage, damage or loss of the
you can about tools ,and gadgets and beableto, handle them well The biologists have cOJ1'1Ci to gear. And the user is the one who
To be a top-flight( golfer like Arnie Palmer; 'as the United States the conclusion that while the alli- of civilization is a serious pays.
Golf Association points out, all you have to do is meet these few gator is unusual, it should be threat to the survival of the There are many ways to break
statistical standards: managed as any other species of species or if a controlled or damage fishing gear.Ever seea
Driving: Drive a ball consistently between 250 and 270 yards and wildlife. The alligator, however, limited harvest would endanger character struggling with a set-
land In a fairway less than 35 yards wide four out of five times. should be considered as an economic the alligator' said Jones. up fly rod trying to get through
Long irons: Hit a ball over 200 yards and on the average be ableto resource' and not as a When the biologists capture an a car or porch door? He thinks
come within 36 feet of the pin or less than six percent of the original sporting game animal. alligator they weigh and take a he's got it made and the door
distance. According to Jones, the alli- total of fifteen different measure closes-on the rod tip. This is nota
Medium Irons: From a distance of from 140 to 175 yards, land on gator Is a valuable natural resource ments of the captive. The alll- recommendedprocedureespe-
the average within 26 feet of the target again within six percent of In many ways The alligator gavor is tagged and then released, cially If one wants to use the rod
the original distance. is a prime tourist attrac- and the biologists hope for a later again.
Long putts: From 75 feet away, putt to within four feet of the hole. tion, an important ecological factor recapture.In Another type lays his gear on
On putts of less than 75 feet, come proportionately closer. A 40- In maintaining the balance of addition to wilderness research the sand at a beach and, although -
foot putt should come within 2.4 feet on the average; one from 30 nature in Florida's wilderness, Commission personnelhave sand has many uses, it's
feet, L8 feet away. and once important source of investigated hundreds of not the best lubricant for a
Short putts: Under all conditions and on every variety of green, revenue to the state. In 1959- complaints about alligators during .reel Even If the reel is taken
I sink all putts up to 2 1/2 feet, half of all six-footers and one out 60, the last open alligator hunt- the past years. Jones said, down and cleaned afterwards,
of every 1020footers.Recovery ing season, reports indicate that "most of the complaints can be the damage, though seemingly
shots: Come within 10 feet of the hole when you are 75 18,735 alligators over six feet classified into three general slight, has been done.
feet out in deep grass and come within 12 feet from the same 75-foot in length found their way to the classes. The first class includes Certain lazy fishermen are
distance when you are in a sand trap. states hide dealers. those persons who have little or prone to leave a rod untendedIn
There, see how simple it is to be an Arnle Palmer I As for becoming The present wildlife research no information or knowledge a boat with bait and line in the
as Ernie Wheelwright, all he said was"desire and determination. program is designed to determinethe about the alligator; the next water. It isn't necessary to explain -
." He had no statistics on how to avoid being crunched by guys movement and growth rate of group are those people who Insist what can happen in this
like Sam Huff and Gino Marchetti. the alligator, the size at sexual on making pets of alligators situation if a fish strikes sud-
maturity, survival rate of the and in turn the gator loses its denly.
young, the effects of nature on the natural fear of man; the third hinters are not exempt from
MORRlSkh alligator and its effect on nature, group Includes those ,who invade careless actions either.Considerhow
and how to manage the reptile the alligators natural territory 'many people are killed by
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I MARCH II, 1965 '

Auto & Deer or death to it's occupants. -- "The Golf Corner" 1

Recent reports if a state own- Aldrich Reminds
ed aircraft striking a deer is ICs the active duty personnel Dullakls. Mike Harris Mike Hoi-
CollisionsProve somewhat unusual however, the Hunters About against the retired this Saturday, lack and Dave Clark representedJax
report of the buck that escapedthe March 8. Pairings and starting Navy.
hunters In times will -be made tomorrow. Paul Jula holed out from the
guns Liberty
Costly County only to be killed by a mo- Protected GameWith The series has been closely contested left trap seventeen for an eagle
torist several hours after hunting In the past and this weeks three Saturday. His opponent,
Although deer season will be season closed Is not urIL!,ua). the opening of the state- match should be good one. Steak Buddy Phillips, missed his pun
closed until the fall of 1965, a In deer country more ,normal wide hunting season, hunters received and refreshments will be served for an eagle on the same hole.A .
number of deer will be killed caution should be exercised, a reminder from A. D. following the match. one under score held up to
by the somewhat lethal weapon especially from'early evening Aldrich, director of the Game The JAX Navy Golf Team defeated win the weekly "Blitz." Klahn
I known as the automobile. well Into the morning hours. Deer and Fresh Water Fish Commis- the Jacksonville Uni- Klahn, Cipolat and Wright were
The hazard of automobiledeer are likely to be feeding or mov- sion, that while the season Is openon versity Golf Team 10 1/2 to members of the winning four
collisions must not be taken ing about at this time. Honking most game birds and animals, 7 1/2 this past Saturday. Gus some.
lightly, as such an accident the horn may run them off, but other birds and animals are protected -
Invariably results in the deathof then again it may excite them and and may not be killed or cL9c c; .c::,
the deer, extensive damage to cause them to run into the pathof molested under any circum-
the vehicle and possible Injury or Into the vehicle Itself. stance.
To be on the safe side, hun rn.Jar. ;
ters should shoot only game
-"W-ISJ birds, as most other birds are
I Friday-Saturday protected. The protected list
Includes all hawks, owls, song rr r
h--- Big 2 Day Special I f tcji ; birds, Insectivorous birds, wad-
? Ing birds, shore birds, Ross
goose, snow goose swan, and
i NYLON ALL.WEATHER'42"withTUFSYN ',; eagles. These birds are pro-
tected by both the State and U.S.
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time includes doe and fawn deer
Key deer, cub bear panther Of It 65
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OF 3 MOST weasel.) Beaver, mink and otter
yO R may be taken only during the THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY
trapping season, December 1 to EXHIBIT HALL
March L Doe deer may betaken
1 a.: I under special regulations during CIVIC AUDITORIUMSEE
regulated managed hunts or spe
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not be taken at any time are FASHION SHOWS SKI SHOW BOAT PARADE
$7 $$1O $12)) f caimans.alligators, crocodiles, and black Get Frt Courtesy Pane From Any Member of

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Navy Reserve 4

. 4I11taIte 100 a 1)49

Accepts Male

Have yew heard how to obtain $100 per day for going to high school? NursesThe
You don't believe Itl I Check the following statistics. ,

Chief of Naval Personnelhas I
authorized the appointmentof
male nurses In;the Nurse
school $241,844.00
High graduate Corps Naval Reserve, for active
Eighth grade education $169,976.00 duty, and enlistment In the Navy

Nurse Corps candidate
Lifetime difference $71,876.00 program
earning of male students enrolled In a

; Divided by four (because it takes four years of study to acquire the four year school of nursing lead-
to a Baccalaureate
necessary high school diploma). Each year of high school Is worth Ing Appointments will be Degree.In the

grades of Ensign Lieutenant
f Junior Grade and Liuetenant as L-
determined by educational back-
'i Now a student goes to school nine months per year, so divide worth
and professional experience -
per year by nine to get the monthly worth of going to high' school. ground with an active duty -1

L996.00 years.agreement for a period of two .

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There are five school days per week, so daily going
Room 451 of the JacksonvillePost Nova 2 dr., auto/trans., V-8, R&H, new car warranty.
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$99.81 Malibu Wagon, auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, power brakes,
factory air solid blue, WSW.
: Adm. Carson To 64 IMPALA SUPER SPORT . . . . .$2995
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" Chief of Naval Personnel has Instructed ; whether the condition is area Sea Cadets 64 CHEVROLET . .. . . . . $1995
all commands to enforce caused by dietary indiscretionsuch will hold their Annual Military 2 dr., 6 cyl., standard shift, R&H.

.' weight reduction for those ( as overeating) or as secon- Inspection Monday, March 15, at 64 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN .oo . . . .$2995
enlisted Navy members who are dary to an underlying abnor- the Naval Air Station.. Auto/trans./ V-8, power steer and brakes, R&H, factory air
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Steps In the battle of the bulgeare and whether the condition will Squadron, will be inspected at Auto/trans./ sedan, 4 dr., V-8, power steer., R&H.like new.
outlined BUPERS instruc- permit an enforced weight reduc- 7:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville factory air cond.

tion 6100.6A of February 1, 1965. ing diet and exercise schedule.If val Air Reserve Training Unit's '64 IMPALA SUPER SPORT. .... . . . $2695
Obesity actually constitutes an a patient does not reduce Hangar 113. Auto/trans./ V-8, power steer, and brakes, R&H, solid maroon
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mands are giving particular and exercise period,.he will USN (Ret.), Regional Director of 63 FALCON SPRINT. . . . . . $1595
attention to the general appear- be recommended for dischargedue the Sea Cadets and former Commander 2 dr., hardtop, 4 speed trans., V-8, R&H., solid blue WSW.
ance and physical condition of to unsultablllty. Dischargewill Fleet Air Jacksonville, 63 GALAXIE 500 ..... . . . . .$1895
assigned personnel as related to also be recommended if will conduct the Inspection. 4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, solid blue, WSW.
he and later 63 VALIANT. ..... . . . . . $1395
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Statistics clearly show that the back the excess weight. 2 door, straight stick, 6 cylinder, R&H, light blue.
with the 62 PONTIAC BONN. . .. . . . . $2095
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Medical officers will examine derlying disease process. 62 CHEVROLET WAGON .... . . . $1395
overweight personnel to deter- The NAS Dispensary start- NEW & USED Standard shift., V-8, R&H, Ivory over blue.

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