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VOL. 23 NO.1 1 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 18, 1965


VA-15 Planes Given To AF Lost Boy Found



Amidst Tears Laughter By HAS MarineIn ..wa

Ortega
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MAYPORT FLA. When the aircraft carrier USS Franklin D.
Roosevelt (CVA-42)) arrived here Friday morning March 5, aftera Navy and Marine "
three-week training cruise In the Caribbean Sea, there was an played a rescuer's role _
air of sadness about the decks of the giant flattop. when little Kennie Wells,
The ship had "lost" an entire disappeared from his
squadron of propeller driven Ortega Hills. It was
4 NR Members
A-1H Skyraider attack bombers Lawrence Dean, attached
while In the Caribbean. Perhaps Marine Barracks here,
Instead of "lost" a better word Honored InCeremonies Kennie In a densely
would be "given" an entire some six hours after the
squadron given away to the U.S. first missed.
Air Force. Kennie, and his
This epical day In naval avia- Four members of the Navy Relief puppy, Butch,
tion history took place Monday Society were recently from home around
night, March 1. while the Roose- honored during ceremonies which Kennie's mother, Mrs.
velt was participating In Opera- saw 54 women graduate from the D. Wells, crossed the
tion Springboard 1965, fleet Navy Relief Volunteer Training talk brieflywithaneighbor
training exercises then taking Course. Their work totaled 2700 she returned, the boy
place off Puerto Rico. hours of volunteer service. dog were missing from
The act began when a Sky- Captain William S. Baker, Jr., yard where they had been receive briefing at
raider landed In the darknessof Commanding Officer of the Navy She began a futile of the University Aviation Indoctrination a Field
theflightdeckandslowlytaxied Hospital here, presented Mrs. search before calling During their three day visit they
towards a group of Air Force and Robert A. Zajichek and Mrs. from the Duval County and the Carrier Air Groups
Navy pilots who had prepared a Richard D.Murraywith 1000 hour office. They Initiated the 8)r for' similar tours are NROTC groups
mock ceremony.As pins while Mrs. Elza A. Helton and called for help from Universities. .. _
the last carrier landing bya received a pin for 600 hours and shortly afterwards.
Sky raider was completed, a Mrs. Elvis D.Cook received cre- there were about 35 .
Navy lieutenant (jg) turned to an dit for 100 hours. sailors, and marines ; .. f
Air Force officer and pleaded Earlier in the afternoon Cap- search party. A navy
tearfully, "Please don't take tain John R. Mackroth, Commanding was launched to aid in the : rn.va .
our Skyraiders away from us." Officer of the Naval Mrs. Wells, whose
The Air Force pilot, a captainwas Air Station, addressed the a retired Chief
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thoughtful for a moment. graduating class and commendedthe selling mobile homes, 1 \
"You'll get them back as soon as volunteer workers for their additional concern for the
rm appointed Air Force Chief of efforts "helping others to help ster's health since he had
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Staff," he promised.With themselves." He cited the abilityof gone closed heartsurgery :
this arrangement settled, the Navy Relief workers to aid and is now in need of '
Attack Squadron 15, U.S. Navy, the serviceman and revitalizehim surgery sometime this i
"Turned over" Its dozen Sky- to the point where confidence Together, the search
raiders to a group of 25 Air Force and a feeling responsibility are scoured four square t
pilots who just happened to be restored. wooded area around the .
visiting the Roosevelt from Ra- Following Capt. Mackroth's home without results. f _
mey Air Force Base, Puerto speech, he presented diplomas to ness approached and
Rico. the graduating class, with the aid rents and neighbors :
The move seemed a logicalone. -of Mrs. Robert Cales, chairmanof prehensive, a party of after being lost for six hours Mon ..
Attack Squadron 15, assigned the Jacksonville Auxiliary Vol- rines and:! one the search party which I located him
to the Roosevelt and home unteer Workers. Members of the companied by a member -deep in mud. (L to R) Pvt. James
based at the Jacksonville Naval graduating class were: highway patrol began Pvt. Lawrence Dean Sgt. Colin

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"(1'
1 .. future centuries, historians may refer to the "SIXTIES" as
)
e 1 : 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy the "dedade of the pill." We have pills for everything from sea-
;''',;F: # Communion sickness to homesickness, from frustration to frivolity, from sexual

::?:.1 ____ ? 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine potency to sterility. You name It we've got it. Never before haveso

...;. Worship many owed so much to their druggist.
"l 9:30 am. Sunday School for Beneath all this hunger for artificial stimulants or pacifiers Is a

,, ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 very real and human discontent with life. Combatting the dullness of
." 0: 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine day-to-day repetition of duties is a concern for all too many people
.....1./,.: :, Worship today. Obviously there are many genuine cases that require medication -
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship by a doctor's prescription, but the overall consumption rate

in this nation is almost unbelievable.Yet .
'"
... WEDNESDAY today we live in the most challenging times in the history of

.}{..r. ..' '. 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal mankind. Gross social Injustices abound In our nation and cry out
for solution. Hundreds of worthy causes are presented to us daily

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal in one form or another. The distress and proverty of millions of our

fellowmen all over the world cannot escape our notice. How can a

12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, person honestly say that life Is dull and uninteresting?
Also on all Holy Days Life Is not so for the true Christian who must be ever alert to
Catholic Services at St. Ed- the needs of his neighbor and the role each one plays In relieving

ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval these needs. No true Christian worthy of the title "salt of the earth"

Hospital will find life In the modern world dull Far from it.

SUNDAY MASS

"GIVE 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Sustained Power At SeaIn
ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH. .
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.
Edward's Chapel

Editorial DAILY MASS economic terms, we can make the waters serve our own pur-

11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel poses.The oceans are self-sustaining food lockers needed tohelp a hungry

Military Oath Echoes MONDAY & TUESDAY world feed Itself.
- M We are just beginning to explore this ocean space of cur planet.We .
4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC are just beginning to delve Into the Infinite waters that harbor

FRIDAY both opportunity and danger.Sea .
Patrick Henry's Plea 12:05 strategy's major assignment in facing the four ocean challengethat
U.S. Naval
p.m. Hospital
confronts us is to project America's strength as a nation. To

". .Give me liberty, or give me death!' Is one of the most famous SATURDAY protect America herself. In these terms, Seapower is truly every-
statements ever made in the history of the United States.At body's Interest everybody's concern, everybody's business.As .
9:00 St. Edward's
a meeting In Richmond, Va., March 23, 1775, a 39yearoldorator a.m. ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY we are interested in the survival of our families and ourselves

was trying to convince revolutionary conventioneers that there so we are Interested In naval power as an Indispensable elementof

was only one course of action for them to follow In their fight to gain our national military effectiveness.
7:00 8:00 and before -
p.m.
independence from Great Britain. Masses p.m. Naval power, the protector, the policeman on the beat of the oceans,

The man was Patrick Henry, governor of Virginia and the most elo- Catechism Classes Grade School guards the 10,000 miles of sealanes that are like arteries to our
quent orator in the cause of the American Revolution. : national bloodstream guards the some 7,000 ships that ply these
Within a month after his plea before the Virginia Provincial Convention SATURDAY sealanes every day.
British and colonial forces It" Concordand
were "having at at
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities Fighting Seapower guards the very health and life of the American
Lexington. building 722 economy, which would falter and wither if the ships were not free to
Since that time, many Americans have echoed his words at various
come and No Seapower .. No America know It
go.
as we prosperous,
times and places usually in time of strife.
powerful and
secure.
As members of the armed forces, we too have these words brought TrafficViolations
to our minds at least once In our lives. We may not have been aware Yes, the sea is a highway, not In two dimensions but In three .
of the words to have given them much thought at the time, but we some people take this truth for granted, just as they do the laws of
did embrace their meaning when we took our oaths of allegiance to gravity and the sun and the moon. But taking too much for granted can
the United States upon joining the armed forces. be dangerous.

Men and women, enlisted or commissioned, have repeated the
sacred words The following is a report of Now look at the United States. We're not as big as we sometimes
"I will support and defend the Constitution of the
United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic." By these motor vehicle accidents and traffic think. Only two percent of the earth's surface. A mere postage stampon

words we are pledging cur lives to the belief, "Death Before Dishonor violations for the period the map of the world. Housing six percent of the earth's people.
." March 7 through March 13. But what a country! Her responsibilities extend around the entire
earth. It would be too bad for if limited our
us all our power were to
The
words we repeat In our enlistment contracts are often passedoff
Number of AccidentsThis own territory. We would be vulnerable to disaster If that were so.
as "something appropriate to say" for the occasion, but in truthwe
? Just listen.
are telling our enemies and friends alike that we are echoing Why
Week March 7 through
Patrick Henry's plea ? Give me liberty, or give me death!' March 13 . . 4 In economic terms, we depend on the sea to trade. We need 77

A small boy on an overnight campout with his father was tryingto Total Accidents this year through strategic materials to keep our Industry going. We are selfsufficientIn
lift a big rock which was on the camp site. He huffed and puffed March 13. . . 45 fewer than a dozen of them. Few of the things we use each day are
and heaved away, but the rock wouldn't budge. Number of Accidents through actually "home grown", neither our telephones nor refrigerators.

The father looked over and asked, "Son, are you using all your March 1964 . . 65 Among the other 66 are the Indispensable rubber and tln..even such
strength?" Total number of days since last significant Items as manganese, without which our entire steel Industry

"Of course I am replied the boy. Injury in motor vehicle acci- would be closed. Without materials from overseas, factories

,'r-. "No, you aren't" said the father. "Youhaverft asked me for help." dent . . . 66 would close, business would shut down, jobs would be destroyed....
- Clinton W. Raymond, our standard of living, our power as a nation would be sharply re-
duced.In .
Number of ViolationsThis

Week . . 76 this sense, maritime power means the ships to carry our own

Speeding . . . 11 products overseas and to carry products we need to us. That is
JAX AIR: 1VEWS Reckless Driving . 1 the Seapower that keeps us prosperous as a people, strong as a nation.
.. Going through Stop Sign 1
the
Other Study economy of moving cargo In ocean space take one
Violations . . 63
Thirty-eight drivers appeared horsepower and see how much weight It can move a mile .
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic Hearing Boardat We would be a lot poorer If we couldn't transport goods by ship.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, the meeting held March Take
on
15. atonofcargand send Itto England by sea here's a bilL. .
Jacksonville Florida the
by Holt Publishing Company, a Disposition of the includedthe $40.00
cases we can well to
the time
private firm. All submitted for pay high price of air transport from
Copy use in the JAX AIR fifteen
following: lost driv- time ? it is would be
pure for
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information' Office, ing and parking privileges aboard gold precious express but it
Box 2 extravagant even beyond our means to make a habit of it.
NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before station for various periods;eight

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- were assigned to complete asix- In a hurry? Ship It by air. Here's your bill $2,000. .one
Telephone EV 9-7711) Ext. 8162. hour course in remedial drivingat ton,
Advertisements ore solicited by the publisher and queries Jax Police Cargo is what
Academy; eleven cargo, in war or peace, the overwhelming bulk of
concerning such shoyld be directed to the Holt Publishing we
were given suspended penalties; transport must go In the hulls of ships. That not a theory
,... Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida five were given warnings; two Ifs' a fact.

T.I.phon.359.4040 or 3590271. were dismissed; and four were 3u. t what
referred to commanding officersfor percentage of total international trade Is transportt"dS
VOL. 23 NO. 1 ships? The answer Is
MARCH 18, 1965 possible disciplinary action. Thus the overwhelming
Twenty-one drivers were assessed Sealanes, to control Navy's the classic role: To protect this shipping and these
seas
49 Traffic Points. Cut these
arteries and you will stop the heart.



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Phone No.Changes Sebring Records Due To FallI


Sebring, Fla. The race stan on the 27th. Every makerof be able to slack off for one
In order to lessen telephone record for distance covered, as topflight racing cars (in the minute as they have been ableto
problems in the Outpatient Department well as average speed, Is expected world is represented in the full do In the past
a central appointment to be broken with the run- field.
and answering service is being ning of the 12 Hours of Sebring The rise of the Ford Gts and This all-out battle between the'
established.This new service will( here on Saturday March 27th. Ford-powered Cobras is expected Fords and the Ferraris with no-
be effect Monday, March 22. The record was set by Se- to play a large part in settingnew quarter given might possibly .
Patients are requested to call brIngs' 1964 winners, Umberto records. These American pave the way for another manu-,
the below listed numbers for out Maglioli of Italy and Mike Parksof racers have come a long way In factnrers to take the major share
patient (information and appointments England. This pair, co-driv the past few years, and have of the more than $40,000 In prize
: ing( a Ferrari, covered 1112.8 reached the point where they not money. Porsche, for example.
.. L<;. APPOINTMENTS: Pediatric, miles at a speed of 92.364 miles only are as fast as any car on The Porsche isn't as fast, but
Female Surgical, Male and Female per hour. the track, but have the stamina consistency and dependability are .
';ft.1,1? Medicine, New Prenatal, This mark Is not likely to withstand to run the twelve full hours that Its watchwords and If the
Plastic Surgery and Proctology the challenge of the 70 Sebring demands. Ferraris and Fords fall by the
COMMANDER L. A. MENARD, Clinics 387-7464, 387-7465, sports, GT, and prototype cars Sebring winners for the past wayside, the sleek German car
NAS XO, (R)accepts iTNaKonal and 387-3232. that will take the famed Le Mans four years, Ferrari will not could move to the fore (
Fire Eaters Plaque" from T. W. L root.'I
Warren, State Manager for the
Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewing Co.,
(center); and F. M. Landis, District
Service Manager for North
Florida, for the part NAS Jack
sonville played in the Hotel
Roosevelt Fire (Dec. '63)). In 6
1951 the Pabst Milaukee Plantin &F
conjunction with Chief J. R.
Maher, Milwaukee Fire Dept.
organized the National Smoke _
Eaters Club, largely composedof \. A
firemen and activities that : \ 3i
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1965
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Mrs. Jirnmle A. Allred, Mrs

f" \? Charles E. Antilla, Mrs. DanielR. 1 niy,
Arant Mrs. Charles R. As- I 5r
saf, Mrs. Donald K. Bain, Mrs s
Bruce A. Beebe, Mrs. JosephD.

__ 3 l' Bowler. Benton, Mrs., Donald Mrs. Peter E. Bur-P.

:__ gess, Mrs. Daniel E. Chesler,

Mrs. Clarence C. Claflin, Mrs. .
William T. Clark, Mrs. Keith \ "
__ I P. Collard, Mrs. Charles R.

Comeau Mrs.Lawrence O.Con p
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ner, Mrs. Phillip R. Craven,

Mrs. George W.Culberson, Mrs.
Thomas E. Curry, Mrs. GeraldW.

NAVY RELIEF VOLUNTEERS r c.;iv.dpns! for 2700 houri of volunteer Dorn, Mrs. George L. Dyer,
service from Captain William S. Baker, Jr., Commanding Officer Mrs. Alfred N. Fowler, Mrs.
of the Naval Hospital this past week. 1000.hour pins were Charles S. Gentry, Mrs. Don K.
presented to Mrs. Robert A. Zajicheck and Mrs.Robert D. Murray. Gilchrist, Mrs. Donald A. Gil-
Mrs. Elvis D. Cook received a 100-hour pin while Mrs. Ella A. liamsen Mrs. Frank M. Gra- '
Helton was awarded a 600-hour pin. The presnetationswere made ham, Mrs. Otto D. Hafer, Mrs. CHEERS AND TEARS Five U. S. Air Fore pilots literally jump
during ceremonies which saw 54 women graduate from the Volun William C. Hardgrave, Mrs. with joy 'sorrowful"" naval aviators bid a fond farewell to their
teer Training Course offered by Navy Relief. Elza L. Helton, Mrs. Newman A. venerable Skyraider attack bombers on board the USS FRANKLIND.
Mrs. Larry L. ROOSEVELT (CVA-42)). The pilots, of VA-15, "gave" their planes
Hoopingarner
to the Air Force since they will soon be switching to the jetpoweredA6A
BIG TOP MOTORS Jongewaard, Mrs. Ben Klght, Intruder aircraft, while the Air Force has ordered several
Mrs. H Kline, Mrs.
Richard Arlington Mrs. hundred Skyraiders for its use. The USAF pilots, all from Ramey
H. Lagdon, AFB, Puerto Rico, are (from left): Captains James W. Grossman,
4) % William G. Lawson, Mrs. JohnE. Remo J. Nardi, Dale R. Parkes and Paul R. O'Brien.
McCauley, Mrs. Windell C. from left LTJG James F. LTJG
./ The Navy pilots are ( ): Dyke, Leon
k McHenry, Mrs. Alvin F. Marsh, M. Jones, LTJG James W. Harrington Cmdr. Henry G. Bailey, Lt.
CEDAR HILLS Mrs. Phillip R. Martin, Mrs. Henry McCloskey, LTJG Peter T.Landolt and LTJG Brian S. EaVin.
William L. Mumma, Mrs. (Official U. S. Navy Photo).
62 MONZA.$1395 Richard D. Murray, Mrs.Robert
Coupe, auto/trans., R&H., G. Nanney, Mrs. Rolf F. Noll,
A
one owner. n Mrs. Gordon L. Petri, Mrs. VA.15Gives fame.
James A. Scovil Mrs. HerbertJ. Attack Squadron 15 pilots are
62 IMPALA.$1795 61 CHEVROLET.$1195 I Strasler, Mrs.C.GreyStrum, reluctant to admit there's a plane
2 dr., Hardtop, V-8, R&H, air 2 dr., auto/trans., R&H, one Mrs. Thomas Thompson, Mrs. Up PlanesContinued any better than the Skyraider.
cond., extra clean. like
owner new.
Charles R. Tisdale, Mrs. ByronE. ( from Page 1) "Spads will forgive you if you
Tobin, Mrs. James O. Wle- make a mistake" one VA-15 pilot -

62 FORD . ... .$1195 60 Super RAMBLER.$995, one owner, mer, Mrs. Fred J. West, Mrs Air Station jet-powered will soon by Intruder flyingthe remarked. "Which Is some
Galaxie, V>8, stick, R&H. R&H, 4 dr.wagon Wayne R. Wilson, Mrs. Robert new thing that a jet will never do."
A-6A aircraft and the Air Force
E. is and
Woodbury, Mrs. Grant C. But progress progress
60 CHEVROlET.095% Young. has ordered several hundred Sky- when Cdr. Stephen D. Marvin of

62 VALIANT.$995 V-8, R&H., auto / trans., raiders from the Navy. Sky- 443 Frog Hollow, Orange Park,
2 dr., stick R&H. air cond. raiders are now being used extensively -
one owner, Fla., who is Commanding Officer -
The small boy on the bus had by the South VietnameseAir
of VA-15, landed his Sky-
been sniffing loudly for some Force and has proven to be
raider the Roosevelt Mon-
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time. After several disapproving an ideal plane for close air sup-
it marked the "deathknell"
day night,
glances, the prim middla- and warfare.
3719BLANDING port guerilla
See Our Courteous for their use aboard the
r, BLVD. aged lady sitting next to him inquired The venerable "Spads," as carrier.
"Little boy, have you a they are called
SALESMEN d Across from affectionately Cdr. Marvin's landing ended
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handkerchief? have earned
I Cedar Hills a special place In VA-15's last
BUD TERRY Shopping "Yes, Ma'am," replied the the hearts of naval aviators. operational flight
off the Roosevelt Spads.
using
Center urchin
smiling at her with Known for more thantwodecadesas
AND PHONEM. innocent regret, "but Mother the "work-horse of the fleet," And although the mock transfer
with Air Force pilots"recruited"
doesn't like lend it ceremony
me to
to the Skyraiders can carry an ordnance -
YOUNG
771-2320 for the event was
BILL SIEMER strangers. load as heavy as the B-17
sprinkled with levity, an atmos-
Used Car Mgr. Ark Baptist. Flying Fortress of World War II
settledon
phere of genuine sadness
the Navy pilots once the fun

was over.

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Attack Squadron 15, has returned
to their home base here.
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Nie 4' K'w McNeer, Belcher, West, Fulp "..


R dv. Take Fernandina Race HonorsThe
w

starter's flag moved (In circle over his head, engines beginto
whine, the flag dropped, the roar of open pipes and the burningof
., rubber and with cheers from the spectators, the National Golden
S Crown Grand Prix was underway again at Fernandina Beach, Fla.,

this -past-- weekend.Nineteen -: .. ,<' > .

55 cars crossed the became a battle on curves and rk""-...-, ".......:i... '
re starting line In a thrilling 20 drag races on straights between -
+A lap, 56 mile, race. Out of the Richard Koler's Vanguard and S::i.:::,::' xTROUBLEBill ;;..
19 starting cars, 15 crossed the Walt Hane's Formcar.
: finished line with Peter McNeer1 turned Into turn 11 and the drag Terrell Jackson
speedy TriumphTR-3 leading the race was on, as Hane Inched aheadto ville, pushes his car off the track
way, a Spitfire second, an MGA grab the checkered flag for at Fernandina after a spin outin
third, and a Sprite fourth second place. the third race.MNNERTony.

This race was just one of four The third race went to Peter fl ...
UNDERWAY The flog drops and rubber burnt as the first race of races of the day, all of which West In an MGB (In D produc- \, ,''
the day begins to cross the starting line at Fernandina Beach. proved to be just exciting as the. tion with a time of 50.26 m.p.h. ,' 0' '."

last. But the trials also provedto and Fred Keyser took the E pro- ,..,>.' ,,
be just as thrilling as the duction honors In the same race >:rN'. .1; .
races themselves, and In some In a Prosche ; '';?0
Instances, more so. The last race of the day seta ;" '. i
'
a <".nw xyg p With about ten minutes left before new course record as Peter "

race time, a small open- Fulp, driving a Scorpion In the r
wheel Formula Vee, left the track G modified class,covered the 56- t !S Sk
by air, at a high rate of speed, miles with an average speed of
flipped completely over In the air 72.18 m.p.h. Charley Kolb tookA
and landed back on Its wheels to production honors (in the fourth
continue in the races. A few race in his Porsche 904.
others were not as fortunate, as All cars entered had to con- ,
"
one such auto left the track on form to the current SCCA com- iJj ,,'
<
the first turn, rolled over and petition regulations along with a >, .-, "." ,. ... < ," f '_
"" > 'Wi'
finished Its day out (In the pits. rigid safety Inspection. Allraces ." ',;;#;"' ": 'i'oAo'''':'' ,
No Incidents occurred In the were started from astandlnggrid -
races, as the drivers, took the start. The track was 2.8 miles "d". "t .:, 1" : t. .: ..
S .
turns at an easier pace and became In distance and the longest 5: --- .........,t
a colorful moving blur down straight was 2400 feet. -S
the straights.The .\ Belcher crossed -
second race of the day,became After putting two and two together the finish line in the second race
a contest as to who would one sometimes wishes he to take winner honors, after
take second place, as Tony Bel- had kept them apart. leading the packfromthebeginning -
cher took the lead and held It Nuggets.If of the race..
THE BEGINNING Cars of' different makes head 'for the first throughout the race. With no hope
curve as the first of' the youth only knew, and If age
race day gets underway at Fernandina of anyone taking the lead, unlessof
Beach, Fla. a mishap, the second position only could.
J. Gustav White.

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PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS "' 11'.'" .. .. ____

I 17 Graduate From NATTCThe i. I Married Waves


Naval Air Technical NATTC's Enlisted PersonnelOf- kRIr Regs. ChangeFor

Training Center's Leadership fice was class 65-C's "honor-
School held graduation exercises man." lie was given the award UI DischargePrevious
1 recently In the newly decorated because of his appearance, military
King HalL The 17 sailors of bearing and scholastic Yy
graduating class 65-C-all non- achievement. policy set forth in
rated were from NAS, NATTC r jiIc the Bureau of Personnel Manual
Captain Strum told Waldon 4 I
and other commands. regarding the discharge of :'
area enlisted -
"the award that I am about to 1
Before presenting the diplomas women by reason of marriage ,
present to Is one that is
you
authorized
Captain C.G. Strum. Commander students commanding officers -
eagerly sought by
Officer of NATTC, told the many to discharge these women
attending Leadership School],
sailors that "as far as appear- for various reasons. In the past,
but received by very few. You
concerned" their women who married
ance was class were eligi-
should be of it
proud as a symbolof
was one of the finest that he ble for discharge if a minimum
achievement In the mist of keen
had seen In Leadership School. competition." amount of service had been com-
Peter J. Waldon SA, from pleted or the married Wave was
HIEG EL- Public Work Officer, presented E. E. Johns not stationed
v ---- CAPT. J. A. sufficiently close to
e ((111) with a 20 year award and H.B. Kellum, (RI) with a 19 year safe the husband to allow the estab-
driving award at the transportation service station, Friday. lishment of a joint household.

However, the unplanned loss
Drivers Who Push of these women prior to expiration -
of enlistment has become
MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
increasingly critical and many
Luck Lose
Their commands have,been left undermanned -

In order to rectify this

... SERVICE PARTS; Washington D.C., (NAVNEWS) too far by disobeying trattic laws situation BUPERS Notice 1910
...It seems when It comes to and regulations sooner or later has been issued as a change to
1 traffic laws and regulations many are let down by "Lady Luck" the BUPERS Manual and the En-
attitude that herself. These drivers will test listed Transfer Manual ENL-
people have the (
B iw; i JM* SHE \<$ everything goes as long as you her powers one too many times TRANSMAN). The notice sets

can get away with It. This atti- and be caught in her web... forth new regulations intended to
tude in our society is one of a traffic accident of their own obtain the maximum amount of
the basic obstacles to traffic making.No service under the enlistment contracts -
F if uf

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safety efforts. It Is Impossibleto one gets away with any- of women who marry while
ROOSEVELT MALL put a traffic officer on every thing Indefinitely... and this includes on active duty.
r corner. traffic law violations. Under the new regulations
Drivers who stretch their luck Even if you are never caught by listed women who are stationed
an officer of the law, you can sufficently close to the residenceof

CARWASH bet your life that eventually you their husbands, or could at no
Ute/ g&wzeenwjtiChYwtVeatPJb will be caught by your own law- cost to the government be trans-
lessness. ferred to permit the establish-
OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30: AM-6PM: There is a definite relation- ment of a joint residence, will
ship between traffic law viola- not be eligible for discharge by
SUNDAY 8:30: AM V.30: PM
tions and traffic accidents and
SEE PAGE 12 AND reason of marriage.
LOCATED IN TilE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER.ON YOU'LL KNOW WHYI all drivers are reminded of the Authority for discharge solely
ROOSEVELT BLVD. fact that laws were made for by reason of marriage, will be
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET their protection and not to stand granted only !byu the Chief of Naval
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY in their way. Personnel 'uncles requirementslisted

in the BUPERS Manual
Note found in book borrowed
AUTO WAX APPLIED a Any requests which have been
from the public "Remind
FREE library:
approved by commanding officers
WITH CAR WASH! CEDAR HILLS Tracy not to climb the tree with
prior to March 31, 1965, are not
skates New Yorker.Jacksonville .
on
affected by these changes.

--= Further Information regarding
M these changes can be obtained
from BUPERS Notice 1910or
.
;: from the Military Personnel

Office.If .

you want to know how your
I : girl will treat you after you're
married just listen to her talk-
-, ing to her little brother.
1
Indianapolis Star.
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Appearances deceiving a
are
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N- Navy Helps Turkish Firefighters
Attention ----- ------

r Washington, D.C. (NAVNEWS) The assistance team from ,... .. :,..
.u An alert U.S. Navy watch- BORDELON was discharged by Trailer
" stander aboard the destroyer motor whale boat to the NADIR.
BORDELON (DD 881)), noticed Taking charge on arrival the OwnersIn
heavy black smoke billowing from assistance team aided the crew

the SS NADIE, a Turkish freighter In extinguishing an oil fire In the a recent report, the Comp- Ads should be mailed !to the JAX AIR NEWS, 47-24 Clyde
,, operating near Assab, bilges. The rapid application of troller General of the United Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
I, Eritrea, on March 2, 1965. ship board fire-fighting techni- States cited many examples of Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving
The NADIR was contacted by ques resulted In a minimum of' payments of dislocation allowance too late for this deadline will be published the following -
: Hashing light. damage and no casualties. to trailer owners despitethe week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise.
fact that the member's house (
A check or money order 'for the full cost of' the ad must be
trailer had been moved at
STRIPES govern received WITH the copy 'for the ad.
STARS & ment expense. On a permanent
DO NOT SEND CASH
t of station orders PCS
WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL change ( ) RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
the member Is entitled to transportation -
-fcJJ.rx.lSEAFARERS Per additional line ((4 words per line). i ;0.35
of a house trailer at

:., t government expense (within i i - s
specified limitations) In lieu of
the transportation of baggage and
LAUNDRY & household effects, or paymentof FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto NEAR NAS garage apt.
t a dislocation allowance.In NAS $50. down $50 month. furnished completely. Air cond.
Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- maid service. $60.00 384-6288.
DRY CLEANERSACROSS order to prevent similar 6144 with Powell Realty. BKR.
t erroneous payments or the dislocation -

RAILROAD FROM allowance In the future, LOST Coat, tie, clasp. Name
pertinent procedures are being UNFURN. APT FOR RENT BRIGGS Inside coat. NAS Jax,
THE NASYUKON revised to insure that disbursing Blandlng: Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3BR 8706. Reward.
ONLY STAR MACHINE t FLORIDA officers will have Information Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $115 mo.
IN TOWN available when a member has Owner 7718697.

"ONE FRIEND applied for shipment of a house PART TIME Fuller Brush
PAT'S TAILOR SHOP
TELLS ANOTH ER" trailer at government expense. FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex Routes available. Orange Park
NEXT TO WEBB'S The transportation officer will
Green Cove 7713068.
3-plex. 4-plex. 3 ml. NAS $115 Springs.
endorse on the original PCS or-
mo. Owner 7718697.
'djrs that an application for ship-

ment of house trailer has been FOR SALE 58 PLYMOUTH WAGON -

I made. USED TV CLEARANCE JO to 4 dr, V-8, auto/trans,
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND All trailer owners should remember choose from. $25.00 and up. R&H. white, $300. Phone 359- I
THE BEACHES the requirement to sub- Phone 387-212L 0654 after 6 P.M.

mit their original permanent
change of station orders to the
% .rmrm H transportation officerwhenmak- ALTERATIONS civilian, mili 2 BR FURN HOUSE private

Ing an application for ship- tary. Rates sewed while you patio, w/fountaln pool ORANGE i
ment of a house trailer. wait. Call 3886395. PARK, on river, near shop
FRITZ cntr. $125/mo Incl water. Ph

j PARMA sssssss FURNISHED BACHELOR APT.- 2646247.

\, CPO Ret. AUTOSPAINTED comp. recec. $11. per week. \

owner 5 Blks. from Dwntwn J AX. Call GERMAN SHEP PUP AKC-
after 1800. EV 89886.ST. mother highest scoring obe- I

dience dog, Orlando Ger. S.D.C.
match March 14, 1965 Father J
TIRE $4500EASY NICHOLAS AREA Ig 3 Br. Show son of Ch brains&beauty,
Harold Parman Mayport TERMS 2 full baths 21' kit, garage att. 7718993.
Fritz Parman, Jr. Roosevelt
Lou Webber Normandy G-B MOTORS patio, close to shopping cnt. I
Catholic school & church. 398-

5013 San Juan Ave. 6980. WOULD LIKE ACREAGE 5 to
SPEED EQUIPMENT
(San Juan & Cassat) 10 acres or up near Cecil, NAS,
PH 387-3075 or Mayport, with or without
COMPLEX! .UNS OF JVJAG WHEELS IDMES FOR SALE OR RENT house. Call EV 4-4902. 'I

RACING SLICKS, CHROME PIPES
2-3-4 bedrooms, 1-11/2 baths.
i TACHOMETERS & FLOOR SHIFTS iNO NOW HEAR THIS! We specialize In FHA, VA re- 30" Frlgldalre Range very clean-
it\I sales. Only $100. down, no oven time, 75.00 $5.00 Down
DOWN PAYMENT closing costs. For personalized $L25 weekly. Call 389-3671 Mr.
theOFFICE service Call CoL Lostumbo, 771- Eares.

FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN 0374, day or night, GRANGE I
WATSON, THAL COMPANY SEWING MACHINES We have
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES REALTORS FL 92308. 2 1965 Dial-O-Matlc Z, thathave

FREEWHEEL | FREE I FREE LOUNGE never been used. They were
X-mas layaways, never picked
I BRAKE FOR RENT ORANGE PARK -
WHEEL Southside's Beautiful up customers left area. We are
3 Bdr firm house TV, linens,
Cocktail Lounge unable to locate them. You can
BALANCE ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENT utinsels, A/C, utilities con- have these machines for balance.
Welcomes you, nected. Will rent to bachelors.
$49.00.cash or terms. Will take
BLACK RECAPS 670xT5' BIK 750x14"WSWT0L Phone 2646884. old machine in trade. 353-1946
DANCING
13 & 14 $ NFTELY A-l Sewing Machine Co.

II S7.B S10.I $500 EQUITY FOR $16,600

I IDME. Mort. bal approx $16, FURN APT FOR RENT -1 large
000 Mo. pmts $108.50 Includingnew Br. sm kit pri fit, water &
ALL PRICES EXCHANGE PLUS TAX tax, 3 Br, 2 full baths. electricity (urn, convn to bus &
LOW Phone 771-5764, see at 5814 S Call 387-
ALL OTHER SIZES LOW. LOW. C. $40.00 a mon.
Hillman Drive, Oak fill Park. 1558 after 5 P.M.Ht..4E _

ENGINE OVERHAUL
HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER-
REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95 Nothing down, will pay half clos- FOR RENT- Meadowbk.

SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 ing cost. 3 BR.. 2 B, bltlnC&R, 360 Dunwoodte Rd. 4 BR, 11/2

BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 refrlg. fenced yard. 7456 Cen- Ba., Kit furn. Call 264-999L
talri Rd. 771-0303.
BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95
I
SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 FURN GAR AP"JAC: near
saov8LESAT FOR SALE Set of 15 Child Roos Mall 4238 Appleton Ave.,
SINGLE PRICES Craft books, 3 years old. Price 389-742L

BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.I 11-2PM. S-8PM. 0919.$35.00 no less. Phone 771-

,
;$W4 NORMANDY 6201 ROOSEVELT ; UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT -
V 9,0383 / 733-9992 or 733-4431 Lake Shore 3 Br, Kit equiped
| EV 4-4631 CH 6-4825 Over 300 Used Guaranteed Tires. opt, near schools, bus & shop

5916 PHILIPS, HWY Price 2.00 and up. Most sizes. cntr, $90. gar, strmn,phone 389-
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PAGES JAX AIR NEWS

his neck and
around
reach the boy, mired inmuduptohis creasingly alarmed as time went arms
feet his can-
Kennie's on
Rescue waist, some 50 yards from by, but the sight of that dog returning placing teen. That was the manner in Riverboat To Be

(Continued prom Page 1)) the bank of the Ortega Riverin alone scared me real which Kennte reached firm land,
brush and underbrush. Butch, bad," said Mrs. Wells, not ThemeThe
and an Magnolia
clothes, loving arms
the woods behind Onega tills the dog, had stayed with Kennte knowing her son was safe at that dry examination at the Naval Hospital -
Nursery. Amidst large trees until the calls of the searchers very moment.
. completely uprooted by Hurricane and crashing noises made by their The Marines had some diffi- which disclosed no serious first Magnolia Ball was
Dora, a cry of "Kennie approach scared him away. culty bringing the boy out of the injuries. held aboard NAS Jacksonville In
the weak thick underbrush. They took the spring of 1952 and since that
Wells? brought ans- Butch returned home, and the
wer, "Yeah, what do you sight of the dog returning raised turns carrying him at first, but FRA #126At time, has grown into an eagerly
Colin Forinash solved that awaited annual formal occasion.
? in Kennie'sparents'
want the worst fears Sgt.
of the boardof
-- n..n wee the first to minds. "I became in- problem by wrapping the boy's a recent meeting The'Magnolia Ball, as the name
directors of Branch 126, Secretary signifies always has as Its theme
Wilson H. Sandefer read something characteristic of the
I
PfflOUIH I correspondence received from Deep South and this year one of
: the Southeast Region Vice Pre- the historic symbols of the South,
sident, Shipmate Harry J. Fos- the riverboat, has been chosenas
FURY ter, who is planning to pay us an the theme of the BalLPlanning
1965 official visit as guest speaker; of the 14th MagnoliaBall

.'ti .. Thursday evening; 8P.M.March; has begun and Mrs. Arthur
18, FRA hall; 7673 Blanding Cason, wife of Captain Arthur
Boulevard. The subject of guest Cason Commander Fleet Air.
12150P speaker, Foster, Is: The Accomplishments Wing 11 and Magnolia Ball chair-
HEATER, DEFROSTER, SEAT BELTS, of the Fleet Re- man, has held many meetings with
ELECTRIC WIPERS, FLOOR CARPETS the Southeast
serve Association in the various committees that will
Region of the U.S.A. be assisting her. In the coming
J5QWN pYMENJ* EASY IIfsMQimm of
; Branch 126 is one stop months members of the Jacksonville -

1 MI N UTES sou*H 01* MS m HIGHWAY mJ many able servant that Is of undertaken the FRA who by hails our Officers' Wives Club will
be meeting frequently at coffees
from Branch 50 Charlestown
,
and workshops making the
many
h I IO Heights, South Carolina. preparations and the multitude of
Numerous miles will be traveled
decorations needed to transformthe
before all the FRA branches in
Officers' Club into inauthentic -
the Southeast region are replica of a "Riverboat."
PM wii we.55S covered in the sojourn
thoroughly
Mrs. D. E. Gately, wife of
of our capable Regional Vice President -
Commander D. E. Gately Commanding -
r 6 A a a *<5REN 5I Harry J. Foster.In Officer of PatrolSquadron -
an effort to make Shipmate
30, will beheading the decor-
Foster's travels easier and tasks
R atlons committee. She has her
i fruitful Branch 126 has under
QUALITY many assistants making or hunt-
taken the hostto
e. responsibility as
Ing for the materials and other
a joint meeting Branches 98, items which will aid in the crea-
290, and 126 in his honor. All
tion of the illusion of the Vic-
FRA Ladies and their
members, ,
torian splendor whichwas usually
guests are Invited and urged to.
displayed aboard the Mississippi
attend this occasionin
noteworthy riverboat in the 180s.{
demonstration of a most wel- On the evening of May 1, Off
come reception. Show your cers' and their Ladies, will be
appreciation of Shipmate Fosr able to back into the
step past

If"" ;k.. ':' ter's presence official, visit by' your now and re-live reads of moments in history which books.one

\, Admission will be through advance -
CHURCH of CHRIST ticket sales only. Starting

5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. on March 26, tickets may be obtained -
NEAR NAS throughyour command ticket -
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. representative.The .


10:00: A.M. SUNDAYS BIBLE WORSHIP: little boy had placed twenty

11:00: A.M. WORSHIP under the hen.
eggs setting
I I 6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS "You don't expect her to hatch

HALF FARE 7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE: mother that many queried.eggs, do you?" his

CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075 "No," replied the boy "I(just

MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 wanted spread herself.to see how" far she could

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103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd.

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f Movies "0" Club Acey Ducey Club CPO Club USO Notes

will be shown regularp.m. -
Thursday, March 18 Thursday March 18
Monday through Sat- ,
'S Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Thursday, March 18 Thursday, March 18
Dinner 6-9 St. Patrick's Day Dance
Inly will have two feature p.m.Friday Pizza Night Homemade Goodies Night

2 p.m. and 7 p.m on March 19 Friday, March 19 Friday, March 19 Friday, March 19
[days and Sundays. The hos- Happy Hour John Arnold "4" 8:30-12:30 a.m.
will have one feature on Dinner 3:30-6 p.m. Dance to Phil CaySaturday "Paxon Prancers" Square Dance

1e ay's at 7 p.m. Music( by 6-9:30 Charlie p.m.Jay 8-12 Saturday, March 20 March 20 Saturday, March 20
a.m.
dy Matinee at Malnslde Mark Castle Combo 8:30-
e |tre Saturdays, 2 p.m. These Saturday, March 20 12:30 a.m. Dance to Harold Johnson's Moon Juke Box HopSunday

)f ubject to change. Dinner 6-9:30 a.m. Sunday, March 21 Liters March 21

b n [Thursday, March 18 Music( by Johnny Jelinek 8:30- John Arnold "4" 8:3011:3Op.m.Monday Sunday, March t 21 Grace Chapel Parish

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a [ore Jerry Lewis, Jill St. Sunday, March 21 March 22 Monday, March 22 Monday, March 22
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r Tamahine Nancy Buffet 6-9 ptm. Prime Ribs Game Night New Members Party 8-11 p.m.
of Beef Tuesday March 23
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1 wan, John Fraser Tuesday, March 23 Tuesday, March 23
pital Goodbye Charlie Monday, March 22 Game Night at 7:30 with band
c [ony Curtis, Debbie Reynolds Happy Hour 3:30-6 to follow Open Game Night

l Friday, March 19 Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday p.m. Wednesday March 24 Wednesday, March 24 Wednesday, March 24

[inside Diary of a Bachelor- March 23 I Movies sports 8 p.m.Bluejackets. Open Disc Jockey Show

L /llllam Traylor, Dagne Crane Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
TIC Who's Minding the (Scandanavian)
tore Jerry Lewis, Jill St. Inn
ohn Wednesday, March 24

pita! Tamahins Nancywan Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m. Thursday, March 18 I
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Saturday, March 20 Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30-
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iospital Diary of a Bachelor Beauty Salon March 23
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IntramuralBowling _
Eagles, Cannon Cockers 3-1
Vultures 3-1
Army Club Sponsors 'r..W
Trailer Sailors, Tipplers 3-1
Mix Masters, Arions 3-1
Spoilers, Supply 3-1 Sunday RallyThe
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The following results,resulted Thunderheads Cutters 2-2 Corvair Club of Jacksonville -
In last weeks NAS Intramural Owl Hoots, Nockers 4-0 win sponsor a sports car
bowling action: Pizza's, BB Stackers 4-0 rally Sunday,March 2L
Cloak & Daggers, Electrons 4-0 Cursors Poll Grips 3-1 Registration win began at 9:30: >>
Lilly's, Riggers 3-1 Sparks Rejects 3-1 a. m. at Zayrefs located at Normandy F
Doctors ComStoreS 3-1 Mixers, Five Sharps 2-2 and Lanes Ave.The entry a
Play Boys, Metros 4-0 .CPOs. Marines 2-2 fee will be $3. TIle first car
Griffons, Darters 3-1 AirFrames, Warrs 4-0 win move cot at 10:30 a.m.
Guessers AEWRON"'N' 3-1 Sidewinders, AOMDfl 3-1 This will be a straight TSD 1 r 1 r A
ACMDJ2. Molarolas 2-2 Daymen Protons 3-1 (Time,Speed and Distance)rally.
3rd Crewman, Chiefs 3-1 Paymasters, NCO's 4-0 It will cover approximately 200
Needlers. Neptunes 2-2 Spartans Airmen 3-1 miles.There will be lunch breakof

30 mimics daring the ratty. ,
It Is suggested that entrys bring .JI'
their lunch. THE FIRST AND SECOND PLACE WINNERS of the March 11th
:DDUUUU} Any make of car Is welcome NAS Ladies Invitational hostd by the NAS Ladies Golf Association
:' to enter this rally which will em are from left to right: Mrs. G. H. Woos, Jr., (first) and Mrs. Ed.
DEIHIf- In the viclnry of Lake City. AH Casey (second), Fernandina Beach;Mrs.V. Gordie(first) and Mrs.
roads will be asphalt. B.Wlcox(second)'from Green Cove Springs;f from Keystone Heights
Trophy awards will be pre- ore Mrs. A.L Ketch, (first) andMrs.E. F. Aiken (second); and 'from
sented to the first second and NAS Mrs. F. B.Miller(first) and Mrs. R. P. Knock (second).

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High Game for the kegler action -
on March 10 was taken by
On help J. A. Moynahan. YN1, with a 190 Ends-Tourney Finals FridayThe
target money while the high handicap game vent
to Marb Thompson YNSA, with eight teams vicing in the Hospital, Dispensary 60-44
stationed a 282. NAS Intramural Basketball *Kloman. Hosp--26 pts.
wherever you're Results at this time are as championships this week are: Security FAW-11 78-44
follows: from the American l.eague--se- *Brady, Sec--26 pts.
Tats 16-3-1 curity, 17-1; VP-30, 16-2; Security Admin 59-47
Strike Outs 12-8 VAP-62, 12-6; and Communications *Strzelecki, Sec--21 pts.
Le Lagnappe 11-9 10-8 From the National Supply VP-18 58-26
Pin Heads 10-9 League the entrants are: Hospital. *Venter, SUpply--21 pts.
Bavarians 6-14 20-0 FKEUR, 18-2;Supply, FKEUR. Dispensary 57-56
Alley Cats 4-16 14-6; and Dispensary, 11-9. 'Ants!; FICEUR--22 pts.
The double elimination tournament VP-16 Communications 60-57
Is slated to be completed .Wallace, Comm--26 pts.
this Friday, March 19, at 4 p.m. Dispensary ComFalrJax 42-35
with another game being played at *McDanlel, CFJ--21 pts.
8p.m., if necessary. FX EUR. Marines 72-43
WESCONNETT The results of last weeks action .Warner. FICEUR--24 pts.
FURNITURE CO. axe Security. VP-16 70-46
Denotes highscorer for thegame Brady., Sec--18 pts
5326 1'e8coaIIeU' ITd. at
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FX:EUR, Weapons 62-39
Austin, FJEUR-26 pts.
NEW & USED A/C Mafat, VP-16 2-0 GRANDREOPENING

TV SETSFURNITURE Forfeit
i ComFairJax, Marines 60-46
Outland,,CFJ-22 pts.
Wise,Marines--22 pts.
1 EASY CREDIT I VAP-62, Communications 48-47
.Wallace, Comm-22 pts.
Borrow confidently from HFCHFC e FREIGBT SALVAGE Marines Weapons 52-34
.REPROSSESSIONSBargains ; Wise, Marines-17 pts.

has SAGO offices: ready to serve yeu werld- Galore Hospital, Supply 44-34
Kloman,Hosp--24 pts.
wM-whenever you need cash. Even If you're'
AF679th 48-39
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Lewis, AF--18
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I ,but when you must-d.150,000 servicemen Anderson VAP--17 pIS.
,, do each year Borrow confidently and repay Stoel, Admin--17 pts.
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5 s nament will be- conducted on 22, nine with four In a row from 15
} "Hie GolfCorner" 23, and 24 March. The Golf through 18. There was the usual
tl1 iJOOI Course will be closed for regular discussion following the matchas
, play until noon each day duringthe to whether or not the"rabbit"
I tournament. was out. (It was.)
The Retired Groupwonout The weekly "Blitz" was won All female] members with
Dream
Casey's the Active Duty Group In closely by Dave Sweeny and partners Gus established 18 holehandlcaps are
thing stands In theway of the contested match this past Satur- Duliakls, Cal Floyd and George urged to sign up for,Women's'
only one Army-Notre Dame football day. This popular series has always Jackson. Their best ball resulted Club Championship. This Is a
game scheduled Saturday night, Oct. 9, In New York's Shea Sta- been close and this match In a five under effort to win by Special Services sponsored event
dium the New York Mets. It the Mets win the National League was decided by one point as the one shot over the field of six with prizes (Revere Bowls) for
and Notre Dame will have
pennant Army ;o play elsewhere. Retirees scored 54 1/2 points to teams. After a slow start, this
If the two schools were concerned about the (Continued on Page 12)
But Mets making the their opponents 53 1/2 points. group had six birdies on theback
World Series In 1965, they didn't mention It when they decided to Steak and refreshments were
play their game this fall In New York Instead of Philadelphia. served following the action.
West Point Athletic Director Colonel Raymond P. Murphy, who Tournament Chairman Frank NOTICE
made the official announcement confirming an earlier report the game Miller presented trophies to the
[ would be moved to New York, said the reason for the move In the winners and runners-up In the [RENAULT 1 PUEGEOT OWNERS!
first place was because of a possible baseball conflict. This was the recently concluded Station Mili-
Phillies, who would surprise no one except maybe themselves tary Championship. PARTS & SERVICE
If they won the NL flag this year. Qualifying rounds todetermlne FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS
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and a World Series game In the same town on the same day would
leave somebody's stands half empty, even I It( the football battle wasat
night and the Series battle In the afternoon.The .
switch to New York sets up another novel possibility, however
remote. If the Mets win the pennant (go ahead and laugh0 where
would It put the Army-Notre Dame game? Possibly ip{ Yankee Sta-
dium, but then you'd have to worry about the Yanks winning the American -
League pennant. Although the Yanks (If they won, and the Metswon
) wouldn't be playing at home, chances are baseball hierarchywill
not permit the tearing-up of sacred sod during World Series
time.
So where would the Irish and Cadets go? To Chicago? The White Zero degreefreezer
Sox are contenders there. Everywhere you go, except the South you holds =_ Butter Conditioner
have big league baseball In the major cities which could support the 109 pounds! keeps butter at
Army-Notre Dame game. And If we're going to be so ludicrous as consistency desired I
to consider the Mets a contender, we have to be polite enough to givethe
other 19 clubs the same consideration.
Anyway, for the first time in their colorful series, Army and Notre
Dame will play at night. They've played In sunshine, snow, rain and Unbreakable
"under blue-gray skies," but always In the daytime.This Amana-acrylic enamel melamine butter
year's game will be the 37th in the series (The Irish lead finish the hardest a
f dish for table
24-8, with four ties). The last time they played in New York, wherethe most practical finish '
rivalry had Its greatest moments, was in 1947. Their last gamewas ever. Resists chipping J t ,r serving!
In South Bend in 1958, when Pete Dawklns led Army to a 14-2 and shattering!
victory.Now .
New York's subway alumni and Army people everywhere
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. .0'." .. record number of entries }:}
l' has been received
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the NAS Athletic Director, Frank By SSgt Ed. Batton
G ; McCaffrey, for the Third Annual
(Fifty-four hole) South East Military Basketball season Is endedat
\ Golf Tournament to be held NATTC and Marine Aviation
6' r at the.NAS "Links" Monday thru Detachment ended up with the
j Wednesday, March 2224. three first place teams and the
Entries from Fort Jackson and majority of points for the Cap-
Fort Benning (new comers to the tains Cup trophy. Team stand-

o.f' tourney) gives evidence of the ings: .% :
popularity of the big annual MAD #5 1st Place -
spring-event. MAD #1 2nd Place : S.:
Military installations from MAD ###4 3rd Place
Tennessee, South Carolina AE (Navy) 4th Place .
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