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VOL. 23 NO. 4 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA APRIL 8,1965

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Spec. ServeOfficers Sanford Air Show Saturday Winds



Meet k Up Week-Long Bombing DerbyThe

At HAS Jax pz d i "ku1


Special Services Officers from Navy's Blue Angels will be festivities. and radarscope photographs used

all over the world are gatheredat featured in the Air ShowOpen Kicking off the Derby at 8 a.m. in target planning.On .
NAS Jacksonville this weekto House scheduled at Sanford this Monday was a weapons loading Wednesday the aircraft

attend a Navy-wide Special Saturday winding-up the anrual exercise. During this eventper- flew over thestrlke zone gather
Services Officers Conference.The rx Bombln&Derby conducted by Reconnaissance sonnel from the various squad- information that was used to evaluate -

week-long conference saw Attack Wing One. rons competed in loading bombson the results of a simulated

representatives who had traveled Throughout this past week, the aircraft. They were bombing raid.A .
thousands of miles from'Japan, simulated nuclear strikes and reconnaissance judged on speed, efficiency and reconnaissance exercise

Italy and Hawaii to participatein ,rte missions, close air safety. consisting of gathering photo-

the Special Services activity.The Joseph M. PoplawikiPoplawski support and competition in wea- Tuesday, a multi-strike graphs and other Information
agenda for the conference pons handling have been displayed sion and defensive electronic about beaches and roads In an

members pointed out nearly at Sanford and In the skies counter measure exercise was area where an Imaginary landing

every phase of Special Services Gets over the Southeastern portion of held. This competition consisted party plans to "hit the beach"Is

Welfare and Recreation. Con- the United States.In of trying to overcome a mock- being held today. .. _,
ference members also heard authorities addition to the Blue Angels, enemy's radar jamming efforts Following a carrier airman-

speak on subjects rang- the Flying Professor, a piper and bombing a target. ship exercise and a wing air
ing from the relationship of the NESEP ProgramJoseph cub comedy act, and Sanford'sown During the evening of April 6 parade consisting of a flyover of

Navy Exchange system and RA-5C Vigilantes and A-3B the capabilities of gathering Information all participating aircraft tom-

Special Services to Intra-mural M. Poplawski, ATN2, Skywarriors, will perform at the about enemy positionsand morrow, trophies and awards
Sports programs. who works In the Avionics sec- Air Show. The Vapor Trails Jax facilities from the air at night wlllbe presented to the Individualand

Rear Admiral Robert Goldth- tion ofNAS Aircraft Maintenance,. Navy's exhibition parachute club, were tested. Aircraft flew over a group winners in the various
waite welcomedthe will also the planned strike area taking night of
COMFAIRJAX, has been selected to attend col- perform during areas competition.
group aboard :NAS Jax on
lege under the Navy Enlisted

April 5. IE of emphasized the Special Services the Importance Scientific(NESEP). Education jwas _one Program of,.280 FOR Has Rudder Bennett's Hazardous Duty Bill

meetings and how they would dir- applicants selected for this pro- .1

ectly retention effect crisis.the Navy's curent gram Poplawski throughout, who the attended Navy. col- Passes House ; In SenateU.S.

Trouble
"There are many reasons why lege for 1 1/2 years prior to Going
men leave our service and it is entering the Navy, applied for Representative Charles E. I am a member.
an all hands job to seek solu- the program In November of last Bennett, of Jacksonville, spoketo "These officers and enlistedmen

tions. True, we cannot legislatepay year. In an Interview with the Into DrydockThe the House of Representativeslast who perform duties on the

raises or provide for new four-year Navy veteran he week In support of IIR.3044, flight deck of an aircraft carrier '.
housing projects or reduce the praised the asslstancewhlchNAS providing for Incentive pay for during flight operations are constantly
commitments placed our attack aircraftcarrierUSS hazardous In danger of Injury or
upon performance duty on
C&E had given him during his
Fleet units. But you, as Special Franklin D. Roosevelt is sche- the flight decks of aircraft car- even loss of their lives."
efforts to for and the
Service officers, have a unique apply pass duled to go into dry dock at the riers. "A study has been made on
rigid NESEP test. He also said
opportunity to assist in this cri- Norfolk Naval Shipyard on April The bill was approved by a this proposed pay increase for
that a USAFI course in sciencewas
sis. invaluable in his 13 to repair cracks which have voice vote and sent to the Senate.If those military personnel who
General morale is a major preparationfor developed In welding on the ship's approved by that legislative work In close proximity to mov-
the exam, which was about
factor in these personnel losses.If Iffjo/ mathematics and advanced rudder blades. body, several hundred men at ing aircraft, and who are exposedto
we cannot immediately remove science. It Is estimated that the repairs Mayport and some 9,400 Indivi- jet Intake, jet blasts, pro-

the causes that reduce morale we After nine weeks of preparatory will be completed in approximately duals throughout the Navy would pellar wash whirling propellers,

must find other means of raisIng school, beginning at San eight days. The receive raises amounting to$110 flying objects, and aircraft
( morale and this is your task. in will cracks were discovered duringa a month for officers and $55 for crashes and fires."
Deigo June, Poplawski
Re-examine your programsand routine diver's inspection. enlisted men. "The record Is full of inci-
be sent on to college for a four-
insure that they benefit the The Roosevelt is currently In supporting the bill Con- dents where these men have been
Bachelor's
course leading to a -
year conducting carrier qualificationsoff involved in accidents which have
maximum number of personnel gressman Bennett said: "Thereis
in field. .
degree his selected
possible. Extend your special the Florida coast. She departed a pressing need for Incentivepay resulted In loss of eyesight,
lhas expressed a desire to attend -
services activities into the bar- the Massachusetts Instituteof on these operations March for the performance of haz- limbs and other damage to their
racks life of our men in every 29, and is scheduled to returnto ardous duty on the flight deck of bodies Including many fatalities.
Technology to study Physicsof
way feasible. Television sets, Mayport about April 9th. an aircraft carrier, and I rise Statistics compiled during 1960
Electronics.
pool tables, ping pong equipmentor After successful completion of The Franklin D. Roosevelt will In support of this much needed l and 1961 show that duty on the ...,
celebrate Its 20th anniversaryon which has flight deck of an attack carrieror
chess sets can make a major the legislation, H.R. 3044,
college course, including
difference in the life of a man April 29th. the full support of the House Arm an antisubmarine carrier during -

(Continued on Page 5)Sailors) (Continued on Page 5)) ed Services Committee, of which flight-operations Is one of the
most hazardous types of duty.


99 Waves ToS. Be Advanced in Six Increments I IL



The following is a list of per- D. Elliott, AK3 M. Rabon EN1J. J. L. Watson PR3D. R. H. Stanley, CS2

sonnel who will be advanced in M. C. Goodwin AC3 D. Rayner, ET1J. R. Welch, RM2G. Third Increment

rate as a result of the Februaryexams. A, W, Hawkins, ADRCA R. Reynolds, AK3J. E. Welland, ATN2R. Bliss AK3
.P. K. ,
Personnel are listed by B.B. Hayles, CS1 E. Rudicil, ADR3G. W. Wright AMH3 M. R. Cobb, ATN2.J.

the increment and date they will EJ. Krnavek, ATN2 J. Sammons, AK3 Second IncrementJ. T. Debrule, ABES
be rated. Congratulations I K. L. Kuhn All JJ. Sandoval, YN3J. E. E. Hammond, AMH3
it.W. Luth, ETN2J. T. Sollld, AE3R. L. Adams, AE2T.
First IncrementT.C. M. M. Hand, SD3C.
L. Mahler, ETN2K W. Sory, AC3J. L. Byrne, PH2 PR2D.
D. Leming,
Baukenhol, RM2 L. McBarnes, AC3 M. Stewart ETN2M. Grzegorzewski AMS3J. CS2J.
KJ. Boone, ATN2 W. Nightengale, AX1 G. Threatt, AMH3 C. Heck, AE2A. E. Roney, AC2K
M.A. Bowie, RM2 S. K. Nlggll. CYN3 G. Tillson, HM3 N. Johnson. ATN2K. J. Savage, ATR3R.

J.E. Bryant, AMH3 L. F. Norfolk, CYN3G. J. R. Tucker, AK2S. F. Leljedal, JO3 W. Scroggins, MA3 '
X. Seth
J. Cabe, DC2 U Nosier, ETN2 M. Vaughan, AK3 J. D. Rollyson, AMS3K. AZ3J.
T.W. Clarke, RM2 B. E. Odegard, CYN3 Vorderstrasse ATN2L. A. Shaw MA2C. E. Torres,
C.D. Corbin MM3J. C.C. Pebbles, ATN3B. D. Wainer, AMH3 M. Shankle AZ3 B. Wakefleld, ADR3

D. Denn, AMS3 J. Quails, CSS D. H. Watkins, PN2 W. K. Smith AE2 (Continued On Page 9))




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I I' Ch lain/ / 's MessageBy

,el.:J'fri"a, ; : ;S. :8;!; ':.r.. e. :. '; op

W I James F. AgnewOne
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4 .. .... .=. .wiNQ'w the wind and the sun watched together
.
as
"' :J' ........ SUNDAY day long ago a man
L! .... ..... I. road. The wind vowed that he could make the
... .. walked a country
.. .. '"'N.....:....,,r...'....,.. .. along
..
.. .. ....
.
'. "..'.; .. ,.."" ;. '. ;..7'I.r"'t': ;.. ... ....c:._ 8:00: a.m. Service of Holy man remove his coat and the sun accepted the challenge. Confidentlythe
.Yf .,.... '2"c ,.. ....... Communion and shrieked to the attack. With
from the sky
M.r
.h.c. .I" + .j. l.y wind slipped each
-* .... +
.- .:. .... : .. ff'" ._
.Vr., "'r
: ;
__ -_ / AwrrA-"" .*....,. .,JA_ .',...."?'.n'.. > .... .. 9:30: a.m. Service of Divine the wind Increased his speed, but the man clutched his coat
j.a.r '-" ,. ,, '> < -u,. .. sweep
::; :--I= .*... .c.k.. -'.: '..... ,.!.. .:. ': :- : Worship tighter and held on. Finally the sun was given a chance and peeped
: .::ii. ,. .I. 9:30: a.m. Sunday School for from behind the clouds stirred by the wind. The sun's rays fell
'J ". r ) 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 the man's shoulders. At first he
M ._. .. \ ages with warming gentleness upon opened
:' .. ..I -. ifej&TvrSV.s\' I 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine the collar which he had closed against the wind, then unbuttoned the
-. .+ -. I Worship front of his coat and finally the warmth was too much and he slippedIt

..- '... .. r'oji... t ; /, : : 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship gently from his back. The vicious aggressive wind had lost, the
... ,\ ... .mM'iflf' ( had won. There are obvious morals in
f. many
sun
.._r .( .. .-'-. ..: / 't : ( ,: '.- WEDNESDAY gentle persuasive
tale but one salient lesson thrusts Itself upon our life
this simple ,
." ;:..:..::: L t.'i. .'i II t !< 'J' '. 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal In the Navy. How does one person cause another person to follow his
;: :i' '/ ..
I . lead? It Is accomplished by loud, abusive, vulgar, profane bursts of
( ; 1 \ / 1c30 p.m. Senior Choir Re- windy words. It can, however, be achieved effectively by clear, con
: II l hearfal cise, considerate, and calm Instructions. Does authority suffer? On

;: : ; I J .';:. 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, the contrary, it is highlighted and clearly cefined. The windy gusty,
: :;;: : : :: : ) : Also on all Holy Days and unpredictable person generates confusion, and frustration, while the
: : : .1- \ J \ : Catholic Services at St. Edward's cool headed one projects calm contagion down the ladder to the lowest
.f fJ Chapel. NATTC and Naval seaman recruit. Look for the best In a man; ask for the best and expect

) yl Hospital the best. Even though he may be a boy, he will take off his coat and try
.' t" SUNDAY MASS to be a man.

70W7 TAKE l 11OR ANTED 1 1I. 6:30 a.m.. U.S. Naval Hospital
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.
'\ Edward's Chapel Sustained Power At Sea

Editorial/ DAILY MASS
In the propaganda war, Soviet flights in the vicinity of American
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
fleet forces have been an obvious attempt to cut down the reputationof
MONDAY & TUESDAY American naval power. They are that sensitive about It. But

.. U.S. Constitution Ranks WithWorld's 4:15 p.m. King Hall- NATTC like most conscious propaganda, the whole story was not told. When
the picture of a Russian "Bear" bomber pulling the stunt of over-
FRIDAY flying a U.S. carrier was published the Important object in the picturewas

Greatest Documents 12:05 p.m. U.S.NavalHospital the "Bear" escort. An F4 "Phantom" fighter. ours. In a
live shooting situation the Bear would have been shot down many
SATURDAY miles from the carrier task force. This Is what the Russians did

>In April 176 years ago, George Washington was sworn in as the 9:00: a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY not say!
Includes the assault
strike also
The
first President of the United States and the Constitution became the Navy's capability Navy-Marine
official law of the land. teams. They are a key Instrument In keeping the peace. They literally
drop out of the sky to contain the trouble spot, to put out the fire before -
of the 7:00 8:00 and before
In the years since its adoption, the Constitution United : p.m. p.m. -
States has become one of the world's greatest documents. While Masses It spreads.
The USS Okinawa Is an LPH. It was built from the keel to trans-
providing for a strong centralized government, it guarantees the basic Catechism Classes:Grade School up
rights of the individual and the separate states, Young democracies port and launch Marine assault troops and equipment.In .
throughout the world have used it as a model Its flexibility and basic SATURDAY case of emergencies, the Marines scramble reach and hold the
principles amid changing world conditions have proved so lasting 10:00: a.m. All Saints' Activities precious high ground, to fan out from there to get the situation in hand.
that it has been amended only 24 times since its adoption. building 722 To add a note of timeliness, the Marines act as advisors to the Viet-

Yet many of us take our Constitution for granted. Perhaps we namese.In .
wouldn't if we had been a member of one of the original 13 states Traffic one action, Vietnamese troops landed by Marine helicopters

... when our nation was struggling to exist under the Articles of Confed- presented a captured Red flag to the squadron.To
eration Its first attempt at a constitution.The support fleet actions we need to base and deploy supply ships,
Articles serve for eight troublesome years as our constitution. ViolationsThe oilers, minelayers, minesweepers, tenders, transports. They and
These years were marked by quarrels between the separate states many more form the configuration of power at sea.
who feared a powerful centralized government. following Is a report of For the dangers that lie In wait are met not only by naval force,
Under the Articles of Confederation, the federal government could motor vehicle accidents and traf- In all its majesty, but by naval work in all its tedious routine. Powerat

declare war, make treaties, maintain an army and navy, and establish fic violations for the period sea stands between the threat and America Itself, the fleet Is thereto
post offices but it could not levy or collect taxes, control foreign March 28 through April 3. bear the brunt.
commerce or compel the states to obey Its laws. Number of ViolationsThis But let us look at some of the fleet actions called for by our govern-
Quarrels among the states and fear of total collapse of the central ment In recent years.
government finally led to the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia Week March 28 through Korea! Where the carrier striking forces of the Seventh fleet
In 1787. The Articles were abandoned l and a new agreement, the April 3 . . .1 guarded the waters along this vital neck of Asian land directly threat-
Constitution, was drawn up. It contained several compromises, suchas Total Accidents this year through ened by communism.
dividing the legislature into two houses, with votes on the basis of April 1964 . . 90 A key to success was amphibious action, out power, that of the
population in the lower house and equal status in the upper house. April 3 . . 53 three services was transported over seas to curb aggression, and
Remembering the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, Number of Accidents through communism was controlled.
and looking toward the future of our country the Constitutional April 1964 . . 90 Then Suez! Next the Tachen Islands evacuation off the mainland of
Convention produced a document recorded in history as a master- Total Number of days since last China.

piece of political forethought. A failure in itself, the Articles playedan Injury In motor vehicle accident Lebanon! Where the battleready Marines were ashore a short seven
important Vole in our nation's history as forerunner of our present . . . 87 hours after the call. This showed the Importance of tactical timing

'';" '' Constitution. (AFPS) Number of Accidents in limited situation.
Cuba! 1962 pretty close to home. We could not tolerate Russian
This Week . . 74 missiles only 90 miles from Florida. To back up our Government's
Speeding . . 21 diplomatic pressures we used the special persuasive logic of mili-
Reckless . 5
Driving tary force. We Immediately sailed the Second Fleet for quarantineaction
jA.X AIJR NEWS Going Through Stop Sign .6 and possibly for something more.
Other Violations .. . 42 Seapower was battalions of
present, as a matter of fact several
Twenty-five drivers appeared Marines were embarked and ready to hit the beach. The eloquence of
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat that power was convincing, silent but effective the power of
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise( Newspaper the meeting held on April 5. words alone. beyond
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Disposition of the cases include
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the following: ten lost driving decided Some twenty-two times since World War II our government has
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR and aboard the to project our national power and purpose overseas where we
parking privileges and our friends form an oceanic confederation bound together by the
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, station for various periodseightwere ;
seas.
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before assigned to complete as ix-
Let us now look at our modern It has evolved from revolu
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- hour course in remedial driv- Navy
tionary scientific progress In this the 20th It Is a productof
Telephone( EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162. ing at Jax Police Academy; ten the century.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries received suspended penalties Navy scientific Industrial team.
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing four were given warnings; three; Polaris! Not only ready for war, it has tipped the strategic balanceto

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida were dismissed; and seven were missile our favor. We now have the strategic Initiative. This ballistic
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. referred to commanding officersfor can be fired from a submerged submarine to targets 3,000
-- statute miles away.

VOL. 23 NO. 4 APRIL 8, 1965 Nineteen possible disciplinary drivers were action.assessed Now no place on earth Is beyond the reach of this power from the
sea. Its destructive power is greater than all the bombs and artillery
Points. a total of 61 Traffic used In all the wars of history including the nuclear attacks of the
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>Passover Jewish CPO Luncheon .



ServiceThe Hosts Navy SpeakerThe

Jewish Congregations of
Jacksonville announce special to help these men.
services and home hospitality for speaker for the CPO Club The program was started in .A 1
service personnel incident to the VIP luncheon held March 31 was 1962. "We placed four men in the ''i
Passover season. J. 1.. Holmes from the Navy first year," he said. In 1963 \ 'J
The Passover Festival commemorates League. we placed 30 and in 1964 we placed 4v.4t. >
Mr Holmes stated, "the Navy '. ; "t%
the dramatic struggles 54 men in good paying jobs. ".." '1 -"i.1
of the early Israelites for League! tries to. help maintain The Navy League wishes toex- ', ;'
.
.freedom from slavery, and their world"leadership In every major press that everyone wishing their t"\ ;.,JIll-.( : .'( -
redemption from Egyptian bondage field. "We pledge our loyallty assistance should contact them at l'

in the days of Pharoah. The to the" country, government and ]least a month before retirementor VIP LUNCHEON-Looking over the new program the Navy League
feeling of unity among Jews has flag, he added. contact A. E. Knight, the bead is presenting is (L-R) K. H. Colleman, BMCM, Chief Mast.r-At.Anns;
been enhanced through the centuries The Navy League also has of the committee. A. E. Knight Vice President Special Projects; Co pl. K. E. Snyder,
by the annual observanceof started a program" called "You do not have to be a Navy FAVY-11 Training Officer; J. K. Hommes, III, Navy League President
this festival "Operation Hlghline. League member to take advan- and J. L Jones, HMc.All :.
The three Jewish Synagogues The program is designed to tage of this service," Holmes
Orthodox, Reform and Conservative assist the retiree of the Navy, reports. "But the dues are $10a
Marine Corps and Coast GuardIn nationally and $5 a
have scheduled services for year year
getting a jab" Holmes told local"!
the periods 16 through 18 and
22 through 24 AprilIn the group. "The Navy League is also
ctljunctionwithsynogogues' The Navy League has 281 councils pushing 'the River's Pay Bill in

desire to provide appropriate working throughout the world Washington," Holmes stated.

worship opportunities for our
military personnel and dependents officers
home hospitality is offered .
,to Jewish personnel
by families of each of the local

congregations. Arrangements .- and who
can be made by callingthe USED CARS.THESE men
chaplains office, exten-
sion 425 or 470 or the Jack-
sonville Jewish Community
Council; phone 3981533.By need a -
money
our actions and by our CARSDUVAL
lack of actions we determine what
the dose (of radiation) shall be
for our infants today and thoseof report
the future generations. Even
though the adult can and does MOTORSSAN
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these can and do affect our JUAN LOT-RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT! to C. I.T.
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f Off-Duty Employment Rules Amateur Radio Club Revamped

I
Clarified For Juniors, Seniors

Wil Provide Various Services

Washington (AFPS)-A recently published memorandum on off-
duty solicitation among members of the armed forces has caused
some misunderstanding, said Special Assistant Stephen S. Jackson The W4NEK Jax Navy Amateur:
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Manpower). Radio Club has been reorganizedby *,
Toe memorandum concerning three Marines attached to the L--
personal commercial: solicitation tiara or a restaurant employee Marine Air Reserve Training
was signed Feb. 2. and Mr. Jackson explained he then Detachment.The .
sent to the individual: service may serve or sell to military radio club, which went
6 secretaries. person of any rank. defunct last year because of the
"The memorandum merely reemphasized "It would, of course, be In lack of active participation and r ir TaP f+
a well established violation of the policy title mem- membership was reorganized
f military tradition whereby a ber employed In the store solicited and revamped by Sgt.J J.Flana-
senior member should not placea Junior military'personnel gan, GYSgt. C. M. Zerbest and
Junior In the position of buying to cane down to the store and SSgt. R. A. Walden. Sgt. Flan-
commercially from the senioror buy from me." Jacksonsaid. agan who holds an FCC General-
risking" the senior's displeasure Furthermore, he pointed out a class license, was largely responsible
Mr. Jackson explained.The in authorized off- ) for the reopening of
person working
whole thrust of the policy SGT J. J. FLANAGAN operate torn of the equipment at the
should the club.In
duty employment not expressly .
Ham Radio Shop.It
Is directed toward "personal he and Zer-
represent himself as a January, GySgL
commercial solicitation" by the member of the armed forces to best gained permission from
senior member, Mr. Jackson: his customers. Special Services p>enter a sec- will also be providing bet- the ebb to be held at BJdg.
said, and does not prohl5li-au'=: tion of Dldg. 726 where the club ter morale by relaying messages 726, Wed. April 14, from 11a.m.
thorized part-time employment spaces are located and make an between deployed Jax-based to 1 p.m. Further information
when the lndividualcenformswidu inventory of the vacated equip ships and squadrons and depen- of: the club's activities and mem-
appropriate regulations or policy Incur. The gear that was found dents. This enables communications bership may be obtained by calling
of his service: "Whether a particular Good taste Js'a fragile quality was put into useable condition. from personnel stationed Ext. 8420 Monday through
service member is authorized hard to defIne am hard to come A complete Collins "S" Line at Gitmo and aboard ships to Friday between the hours of 11
to accept off-duty employment by. It is a sense of.fitness, an Equipment was available which be sent to military dependents: a.m.1 pm.
Is a decision reserved for appreciation of proportion and included a 30SI Linear Amplifier in the Jar Mayport and Cecil
Individual service commanders: symmetry, the gift of discern- a 32S3 Transmitter and a Field areas.
., and in accordance with establish- ing beauty. It Is nurtured in an 75S3 Receiver. The clubs future aim is to
ed DOD policies" Mr. Jackson environment of leisure and expanding The three sergeants also make available emergency electrical What a man looks for In a
emphasized.If educational opportunities cleaned the cluttered and dust- power in time of natural woman is something, I dare say
a person is authorized to and Is certainly encouraged ridden spaces, sanded and varnished disaster or emergency to enable like a good piano minus the loud
accept off-duty employment suchas by rising incomes. the decks, and scraped necessary communications be pedaL What he looks for is tone,
a salesman in a department Vincent Price spilled paint from much of: the given in aid of the Navy and civilian modulation essential precision
store an attendant at a gas sta surfaces.- community. It also antici- music that is well composed,
Shortly after things were look- pates the capabilities of a teletype soft and lovely.
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Clark of VP-30;and Norm Watson biggest problem right now is in
ADR1, of VW-4 joined the club. membership* stated Lt. Clark. *
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Lt. Clark reestablished the purposes All squadrons are encouragedto
of the ebb, which Is fumed have a participant in our or-
5943 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone EV 7-4944 by Special Services. ganization. Navy dependents are WE BEAT
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Thirteen Year Old Boy Kills Spec. Ser. NESEPContinued Medal who wears, his the wife Navy Cathy Good and Conduct their-.1 I

I ( From Page 1)) 9-month old HI
son Joseph now
Thirty Six (Continued from Page 1)) summer sessions, 16 weeks of reside at 447 Amect'Avenue la ,
Inch Coral SnakeA living in a barracks. Officer Candidate School will be Orange Park. :,
Review procedures and followed by a regular Navy com- ,
coral snake 36 ka your Under the NESEP' program,
measuring
be sure that they do bear mission.
not
Poplawski will retain his
3/8 inches long has been killed present
the taint of and The Winooskl, Vermont native
regimentation
rate and draw normal
by a group of four boys in a wood pay
that nothing In them will detract -- --
ed area being cleared behind the
from the enjoyment of the ser-
BellAir housing project located vice or equipment being provided.And ORANGE PARK FLORIST
on Blanding Boulevard just ., constantly remind the people
across the Clay County line. who work under your directionthat
Paul Engle, age 13, who livesat they are there to serve all EASTER SPECIALS ,
450 Ameca Avenue and three
hands for it is the officers and $
friends were hunting in the area CORSAGES $250
men of the Navy who are the
when one of his companions,Mike stockholders In Special Services. CYMBIDIUM ORCHIDS
Middleton, stepped on the snake.. Approach your task with ima- ALSOEASTER
After identifying the coral snake, gination. Look to the future using LILIES
the shot it with .
boys
pellet rifles.
the past as a guide and with the
They claim that there were two thought in mind that you have an 1708 WAV 17, ORANGE PARK 11'r,
snakes but one disappeared. FREE DELIVERY 264-2419
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They attempted to carry the day to day life of the Navy man"
snake home in a discarded buc
ket they found but due to eithera
spark of life left In him or 1

muscular reactions, the reptile Y .
would not remain In the bucket.
Paul!, Intent on getting the snake I
home, grabbed the snake In the fURY
middle of his body and carriedit $
the remaining distance. 1.
Once home the boy depositedthe
snake in a bottle of rubbing PAUL ENGLE displays the large
alcohol. He said "the snake coral snake which he and 12150 1
HEATER, DEFROSTER,
SEAT BELTS,
several friends killed last week
twisted and
turned and died for ELECTRIC WIPERS, FLOOR CARPETS
in wooded off
sure." a area Blanding

Paul's father, C. E. Engle a Boulevard in Clay County. LOW DOWN PAYMENTEASY FINANCING

Squadron navyman Thirty attached here to, took Patrol the ONLY 20 I MINUTES SOUTH OF NAS ON HIGHWAY 17 4.---
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Friday morning where officials TAKE YOUR CAR eo
confirmed that it was indeed a I WITH YOU? I i I
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Navy Wife, Civilian, Sailor Win Air News Contest Acey Ducey Club

Mrs. Charles Patterson, wife Julie Andrews as best actress, theatre. Her answers were too
of Charles Patterson, AX2, and Peter Ustinov as the best same as Mrs. Patterson's.Grabbing Thursday, April 8
I I of VP-30 has won first prize In supporting actor. The Patter- third place, a one-
Jax Air News'"Pick the Academy sons live at 1310B Randolph month movie pass, was C. E. Albert Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: p.m.
) Awards Winners" contest. Mrs. Street aboard the station. !, HM2 who works In the Friday, April 9
Patterson chose four our of six Mrs. Myrtle Simpson, a civi- NAS Dispensary. He answered
Mark Castle Combo
correct answers to win the lian employee in the Supply Department three categories correctly by 8:30-:
Florida State Theatre six-month also chose four correct choosing My Fair Lady as the best 12:30 a.m.
movie pass. She correctly chose answers but her later postmark motion picture Julie Andrews as Saturday, April 10

My Fair Lady, best motion picture netted second place, a three best actress, and Chlm Chim Mach "4"Combo
Rex Harrison as best actor, month pass to any Florida State Cher-ee as the best song. 8:30-12:30 a.m.

I Sunday, April 11


: I TOO MANY BILLS? Phil 11:30 Cays p.m. Chantels 8:30-:

Monday, April 12

NO NOT EVERYONE picks Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 pm
Magnolia blossoms in a formal
Tuesday, April 13
gown, but Dee McHugh, of the
JOWC, is gathering them for a Game Night at 7:30 p.m.
special occasion the 14th an-
nual Magnolia Ball. Magnolias Wednesday, April 14

and the riverboat eold South Movies sports 8 p.m.Bluejackets.
will be the theme of this 'formal
affair scheduled for May 1 at the
NAS Officer's Club.Theater Inn

V2-

.M.. ...+ Group Thursday, April 8

Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30-:
Wants Members 11:30 p.m.

-- Theatre-In-the-Round. To Friday, April 9

-J OFF many It Is a magical phrase, invoking Carl Boyd &, Rhythm Kings
colorful visions, and 9-1 a.m.
rightly so. Little Theatre groups
WITH throughout the country have laid Saturday, April 10

the foundation from which March Wilson 9-1 a.m.
"stars" have been born. Theyare
A also the stepping stone to Sunday, April 11 1

the colorful"straw circuit," and Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings
the ultimate In theatre the 8:30-11:30: p.m.Monday .
Broadway stage.
: Aside from this, Little Theatre April 12
6
groups offer their members a Pizza 2 for 1 Night
chance to bring wt the "ham"
that lies restless within many of Tuesday, April 13

us. Where else are you offeredthe Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.Wednesday .
chance to perform in plays
:;3c .'v. 'rl that run the gamut from comedyto April!! 14

tragedy? Game Night 8 p.m.If .
NAS Jax has such a group,
.. and they are ailed"The at re-In- you have an interest in act-
the-Round." At the presenttimethey ing or the technical aspects of
are working on an adapta- the theatre, why not attend the
tion of the Greek play "Medea" membership meeting to be held
which was to be performed this this Monday, April 12th? The
weekend. Unfortunately It had place vvlll be the Gator Den at
to be postponed temporarily but the Hospital and the time, 7:30:
will be seen at a later date. p.m.
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MoviesMovies
CPO Club "0" Club

will be shown regularlyat : :

7 p.m. Monday through Satur- :
Thursday, April 8 Thursday, April 8 day.NATTC -] : j
will have two feature I
Pizza Night Happy Hour 3:30-6 I
p.m. times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat-
Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday. urdays and Sundays. The hospital Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

Friday, April 9 April 9 will have one feature on Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than J

Music by Phil Cay's Chancels Hour 'Sunday's at 7 p.m.Thursday Tuesday for publication the 'following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Happy 3:30-6 p.m. April 8 too late 'for this deadline will be published the 'following -
Dinner 6-9:30
p.m. week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
Saturday, April 10 Music Arnold Mainside Conquered City j
Johnny 8-12 a.m.
David Niven, Ben Gazzara check or money order 'for the 'full cost of' the ad must be

Music by Bud Clark Saturday, April 1 10 NATTC Send Me No Flowers received WITH the copy 'for the ode .

Doris Rock Ilidson DO NOT SEND CASH
Day
Dinner 6-9:30
Sunday, April 11 Music p.m. Hospital Viva Las Vegas RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. .'. . .$1.00
by Sophlstl-Kats 8:30-: Elvis Ann Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
Margaret
Music by Phil Cay's Chancels 12:30 a.m. Presley,

Sunday, April 11 Friday, April 9 sass s -

Monday, April 12 Mainside Woman Who Wouldn't
Game Night Buffet of Beef 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs Die Gary Merrill, JaneMerrow FOR SALE 3 Br home closeto BRICK HOME FOR SALE 3Br.

NAS $50 down $50 month. den, 2 Ba, LR&DR, kit w/bar

Tuesday, April 13 Monday, April 12 NATTC Conquered City Call Art Powell USN RET. 264- patio, corner lot, wood fence, in
David Niven, Ben Gazzara 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. rear, near schools, no equity.
Hour
Open Happy 3:30-6 p.m. Hospital Send Me No Flowers- 7 1 mL to Cecil & NAS, assume
Dinner 6-9 .
p.m.Tuesday Doris Day Rock Hudson UNFURN. APT FOR RENT VA $92. F. E. Eatherly 5922

Wednesday, April 14 April 13 Saturday, April 1 10 Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 RIdgeway Rd. East. 7710600.in .

Br. Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS ( enchanted homes, avail now)
Open Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. Mainside Kitten With A Whip-
(German) Ann Margaret, John Forsyth $115 mo. Owner 771-8697.

NATTC Woman Who Wouldn't
Wednesday, April 14 ASSUME PYMTS $53. mo. 3Br.
Die Gary Merrill, Jane Mer- panaled LR&DR 4 ft.
BILL'SDRIVEIN FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex picket
Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m. row 3-plex, 4-plex 3 mi. NAS $115 fence. Nothing down, pay clos-
Hospital Conquered City -
mo. Owner 7718697. ing Call 264-6647.
ttO" WivesA David Niven, Ben Gazzara

NOW OPEN 24 HRS workshop coffee will be heldon Sunday, April 11 USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to REBUILT 59 6 CY CHEVY ENGINE

Monday April 12 at 10 a.m. Mainside King of KingsJef- choose from. $25.00 and up. $200., installed $250.J. .
BAR BQat at the Officers Club. The purpose frey Hunter Brlgld Bazlen Phone 387-212L Van Brocklln, 733-2935.

its best of the workshop is to make NATTC Kitten With A Whlp-
the Interior decorations neededas Ann
Also FULL MENU Margaret, 'john Forsyth HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BLUE RIBBON STOCK wire-
decorations for the MagnoliaBall Hospital Woman Who Wouldn't hair terrier 5 wks
2-3-4 bedrooms 1 1/2 baths. pups, M&F.
NOW UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT which is sponsored by the Die Gary Merrill, Jane Mer- We specialize In FHA, VA re- old akc $70. Johnson RA 4-
Jacksonville Officers Wives row
sales. Only $100. down, no 5487.
Club. All officers wives are
Monday, April 12 closing costs. For personalized
VERN & DEBBIE WEEKS attend
urged to to assure a suc-
service Call CoL Lostumbo
owner & operator cessful workshop. EveryoneIs Mainside Pleasure Seekers 62 VW STATION WAGON Good
6035 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 771-0374, day or night, GRANGE, condition $1275. Phone 264-
asked to bring their own scis- Ann Margeret, Anthony Fran-
WATSON, THAL and COMPANY ,
sors. dos aNATTC 2417.
REALTORS FL 9-2308.
King of Kings Jeffrey

Hunter, Brigld Bazlen WIDOW WOMAN would like to
Hospital Kitten With A Whip- OVER 300 Guaranteed used tires. share Christian home with cou

Ann Margaret, John Forsyth $2.00 & up. Most sizes, Good ple. Reference. 1139 Wycoff
-ARDtltvtLOUNGE year Service Store. San Juan & Ave. Call 388-8713 after 12
Tuesday, April 13 Jersey 389-367L P.M.

Mainside Flipper Luke Hal-

pin, Cluck Connors
& PACKAGE STOREGO HAVE YOU SEEN ANYTHING FURN APT ORTEGA SECT -
NATTC Pleasure Seekers
MORE ADORABLE THAN A fac river, 15 min. from NAS 1
Ann Margaret, Anthony Fran- MALTESE PUPPY? Give her adult only. $25. wk incl utU

GO, DISCOTHEQUE! ciosa one for Easter. Call 7715429. & phone 388-9886.
Hospital King of Kings Jeffrey -

DANCING Hunter, Brigid Bazlen
64 VW 2 DR SEDAN like new.
UNTIL Wednesday, April 14 Beautiful NEW homes in lovely R&H, WSW $1475. Phone 64-
Orange Park priced from
2 AM 6555.
Mainside Unsinkable Molly $20,000 AvaiL VA or FHA. Put

3909 BLANDING BLVD. Brown Debbie Reynolds, yourself at home in the nicest
Harve Presnell FOR SALE Fiberglass Run-
community ever, by call Art
DRIVE-IN SERVICE NATTC Flipper Luke Hal- Powell USN/Ret at 264-6144with about, 40 HP Motor& Trailer.

CASE LOTS AT COST + 10% pin, Chuck Connors Powell Realty Bkr. Complete rig In excellent condition
Hospital Pleasure Seekers Lt. Phillips 3881044.
Ann Margaret, Anthony Fran-

_______u___ closa RENTALS, PARTIES DANCES FURN APT DOWTN Jax 3 rms.
Twin Hlls Civic BWg. reasonable best barg in city for couple $12.50

THIS WEEK ONLY! rates, 771-4217. wk pI utiL 3889886.


FOR SALE 63 FORD GAL "500"
REAL ESTATE: Information on 4 dr, lIT. WSW A/T. P.S. R&H
Chrysler's 1965 Simca only $0000 sales, purchases, equities, ren- V-8, Lt. Worel, NAS Jax. ext.,
tals or FHA VA homes. Call
270 or 771-631L
Walter T.Bowen,USN Rtd. Char-"
DOWN
ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511

i 387-2851 at night. 63 VW SUNROOF extra clean,

INCLUDES R&H, WSW. $1375, Phone 264-

EVERYTHING! 2417.
SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE
liccni tag, MM! tea. liHinturanc .. MODEL Machine
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: 2 Br FURN APT. 5 min to NAS

PAYMENTS 48.13 Month liST decorates$300. has, etc.balance Original of $84.price or Infants allowed: no pets 204
River Rd. Orange Park Fla.
assume $8.00 per mo. paymentswill
AUTHORIZED DEALER 0 CHRYSLER MOTOR CORP. ( take older machine as part
payment) Phone 353-1946 A-l FREIGHT SALVAGE 3 Vacuum

YEAR OR 50,000 Sewing Machine Co. cleaners, sacrifice for $15.
MILE WARRANTY Brand new. scratched In ship-
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l."r ( I NO QUALIFYING assume 4 ginal quarantee Phone EL 3-
MORE THAN 33 II. 3/4 1 VA mort. In Harbor View. 1946 A-l Sewing Machine Co.

MILES PER GALLON Dbl carport screened porch Ref
1218 SAN MARCO 359-2024 & Range, sidewalks, NEW mo. 62 VW 2 DR SEDAN clean

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call 768-7449 after 12.00 Noon. 2646555.PRIL .





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LTjg Travels multi-engine Ing from single Or engine ions. Hellcats to Would You Like lons A car of gas will while gulp a down baby ten is con-gal-

, Because of his past Leatherneck suming a half pint of milk.

experience, he has found Car? The car will need simonizing
t tIj The Long Road himself plagued with collateral Baby or shortly after you buy It, but the
Drlllteam
such
assignments as: little
baby will require very
Instructor, and Color Guard Instructor Portsmouth Va., (NAVNEWS) beauty care until the age of 16,
P It's a long road for one. who for change of command and then if female
Ij ...If you are trying to decide only a
starts out as a Marine corporal, ceremonies and other formal whether have
to a baby or buy a
and spends 16 years as a white functions. Ltjg.Se aly takes great the facts help The baby will begin to be really
car following :
LTjg( ) Bob Sealy hat to be commissioned Ensign.But pride In his drill team, as wellas The down is may about the bright and entertaining about the
for bSealy ofPatrolSquad- his primary assignment of same on each.Friends payment.. age of four, when the car will
ron Sixteen the trip was not over Assistant Maintenance Control look like a refugee from a lost
will
usually give
of CHRIST you
CHURCH
detached Officer. weekend.
from ,
for returning duty much of the equipment you need
5223 WESCQNNETT BLVD. he found that another change had
for a baby, especially clothing
NEAR NAS Which ever choose,
been made. lie was now Ltjg. you
will
items. However, no one give
OFF RD. will
JUST TIMUQUANA however, credit union
, Sealy. The enemies a man makes by you anything for your car except your
SUNDAYS Ltjg. Sealy qualified for the taking a decided stand generallyhave maybe a little air for the tires. help you with the financing.
10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP Limited Duty Officer programand more respect for him than
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP was commissioned Ensign In the friends he makes by beingon -
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ADVANCEMENTS. I .. Sixth Increment
I Waste Oh Waist! (Contini/idFrom Page 1)) ,* M. Ace'f, BM2B.

Fourth IncrementE. D. Clary, 11M3
T. L Douglass, 11M3

Do you have a heavy problem? trol and K. Abernathy BM1 E. M. Gulawseu, CSID.
1 The heavy problem which is referred physical fitness. This L Substitute vegetables and A. W. Anderson TMCAH. R. Lander, ATN2
to Is a weighty one get-tough policy has resulted in fruits for carbohydrates (bread, J. Benson, J03J. o. W. Lee, ABH3

overweight, obesity or just plain (grounding some of flight personnel potatoes, cakes, pies, candies, A. Bunch, ADR3S. D. IL Mclean, A03G.
being fat. Not only can tt affect permanently), disqualification sugar). W. Butler, MU2T. R. Miller, AMS3G.
and cause an early terminationof physicals on original aircrewman 2. Increase protein Intake with E. Hecker, RM3A. A. Miller, RM3
and
your naval career and: sus- in some cases separation broiled lean meat. B. Hill PR2 L. E. Rohrss, ADJ3J.

pension from flight statUS It can unsuitable from rather the Navy as being 3. Avoid fried foods and fatty J. W. Mclendon, ATN2N. T. Steger, ADJ 3

contribute to an early death. Aside than unfit. meats. ShatzofT, AZCAS. J. T. Steger, ADJ3J.
Obesity Is not a disease but from avoiding low military 4. Do not skip meals. B. Snodgrass, AE2R. L. Walden, AOI

a result of sociological or psy- tual appearance marks or even- 5. Eat slowly in order to J. Weaver BM2
dismissal from the Navy,why achieve a feeling of fullness.
factors -
faulty
chological your
should one want to reduce? A 6. Avoid extremely low calorie Fifth IncrementD. The answer to our dreams lies
] who
habits.
People
eating of are list of fatal diseases which havea diets. W. Bailey, ADR3D. within; the limits of everyday

obese because "glandulartrouble" that higher Incidence in obese than 7. Weigh once a week; mea- W. Fklsher, AC1 life, not in some glittering romantic
medical are curiosities.so rare theyare in slender individuals Is a mile sure your waist once a month. V. 1... Fwles.) PN3R. land far away. Success

long Including arteriosclerosis 8. Sensible diets require no' N. Gill, ATR2J. and happiness are found by using
In general fat people are fat heart disease, diabetes, high vitamin supplements. 1... Hayden, YN1 a little Imagination and a little
because they have eaten too much blood pressure arthritis, gall 9. Beware of reducing frauds. E. J, Holden, ADJ3R. energy In the pursuit of every-
(too many calories), usually fora bladder stones and cirrhosis of 10. Use alcoholic beverageswith J, Jones, ADJ3R. day affairs.
long period of time. Expressed the liver. As an example If you discretion. E. Riley, 1W1 H. J. Blight Pres. & Publisher,

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What's wrong with being over- vascular disease sical Fitness Write 'I
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1 Waves NAS f.", ,. .- : i 'MxS : ilJI'1: :: 'f 11-1i he Golf*'


Bowling IMGolfScores ':':":""".":" ...... "..'.........,..... ........ .... .'. 1 P D' ..::.I Corner

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action results saw the high game first round play scheduled for

of 181 netted by Carolyn Davis The results of play In lastweek's Tuesday. This Is a Special Ser-

SN, and high handl-cap going to Intramural Golf actionare Torch Pots CPO'sleague vices sponsored tournament and i
SA Terry Boyle with a 303. E. Neptunes
should
: this year's event prove to
E. St. Clair PN1. had high ser-
Scratch be closely contested as there are
ies of the night with a 501 total

and high average was a 164 held FAW-11"A". A/C Maim. 6-0 Leaders In IM Bowling win several In the championship that could possibly flight.
MIskec DK&
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VP-30"A", The championship and first flight
i, Standings! going Into the April Birds, Fit. Wea. Fac. 51Hospital' will be played from scratch and i
7th The five teams in the three
games are: 5-1 top
FAETU National
AUI the second and third flights will
Tats 21-4 VP-7, Admin 2-3 leagues of Intramural Bowlingare CPO's 19-5 be handicaps. Matches are to be

t Bavarians 15-9 FIC IR. NARTU 4-2 as follows: Pelicans 9-3 played on Tuesday and Thurs-
Le Lagnappe 14-10 6'l9th FAWvllHB; ?: ; *: : 6-0 .
d /! / American Five Sharps 14-6 day mornings only.
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Strike Oats Sky Warriors...Corrim/ 5-1 Air Frames 18-10 The weekly "Blitz" was won
Pin Heads 10-14 Neptunes- 20-8
I' Eagles VP-30"B" 5125to3O Lew Chaff and Cal
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11

llil Softball Little League
Jokes which depend! upon a
Attention: punch line for human interest usually -
Schedule
Baseball
Begins > i ',' require only enbugh explanation
Wrestlers to make the meaning of
For HAS Its Sixth YearLittle the punch line clear.All explanation -
over and above that which .
WantedWanted is absolutely essential for clear
The NAS IM Softball scheduleIs League baseball has : Wrestlers to parti- understanding is not only unnecessary I .
as follows: begun again at NAS Jacksonville. cipate in the Sixth Naval Dis- but actually detracts

Monday, April 12 This year marks the sixth year trict Wrestling Championships to from a J joke. It delays the snap; i
Field for Little .League play aboard the be held at NAS Memphis May 10- it postpones the surprise and 1
Aldermarle .
'
station. weakens the
13. Anyone interested meet in thereby story.
5 p.nu Dispensary Field vs. AFES There are six teams and a Bldg. 3, Athletic Office April JOSH LEE t
Yorktown minor league in the senior division 12.
5 p.m. VAP-62 vs. Marines of !
consisting boys 13 to .
Saratoga Field 15 years old. There are eight PHONE
5 p.m. Admin vs. FICEUR teams In the regular little lea- the 0 7339992or !
Enterprise Field gue for boys 10 to 12 years old. CAPTAIN J. R. MACKROTH, CO, or
5 p.m. FAE1U vs. VW-4 The little league has 10 minor NAS, prepares to throw out the OFFICE 733-4431 !
7 p.m. VP-30 vs. Weapons league teams of boys 9 to 12 first boll thus marking the start I
of of Little league Ball at NAS Jax.
Tuesday, April 13 years age. The season began for the Little LOUNGE -
There
is
also a farm
systemfor :
leaguers at Mason Field Saturday
Aldemarle Field on
boys 8 to 9 which prepares
Welcomes You
April 3.
5 p.m 679th vs. Supply them for little league play.
Yorktown Field All together there are 24 teams All popular
5 p.m. C&R vs. NAMTG of 15 boys each plus the farm Brand cocktails 48 I
Saratoga system which totals 632 boys, :5-7 P.M. MON. Thru SAT.
5 pm. Hospital vs. VP-45 mostly military dependents.
9:30: to 10:30 MON. Thru. TIIURS.
Enterprise These teams are sponsored by GolfThe
5 p.m. ComFairJax vs. NARTU activities aboard the station and DANCE TO THE
7 p.m. A/C Maim, vs. MARTD local businesses in Jacksonville.The "TRUVAIRS"
results of the "0" Wives
baseball games will be Golf Spring Handicap Tournament 8 PM-2AM NIGHTLYBEST
played from now until midJulyat
are as follows
Mason Field in the afternoonsand :
BoxingTourney at Blue Angels park In the ChampionshipE.
afternoon and night. Games will
J. Mills, winnerR. 1 PRICES IM JACKSONVILLE
be played all day on Saturdaysfrom
B. Williamson,
9 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. runnerup AND THE BEACHES
E. E. Ikenberry, consolation

At NAS First FlightC. .
Service Wives .mmmmltIm
E. Rodgers, winnerB.
TIeslau, runnerup c
Naval Air Station Jacksonville BowlingThe M. B. Williams, consolation
will be host this year to the Sixth FRITZ
Naval District Boxing Champion- Second FlightW. FARM AN
Bowling standings in the \
L
ships. NAS Service Wives Bowling League J. Vaught, winner Ret.
The matches will be held In the CPO
as of April 2 are: A.C. Casson, runnerupD. '
NAS gym, Bldg. 3, Wednesday, Blizzards 60-36 E. Bradt, consolation owner
i April 14 and are expected to get Tornadoes 59-37 Third"Flight
underway at 2 p.m. Monsoons 47-49
Fighters are expected from Cyclones 46-50 C.B. Darrow, winner
NAS Memphis, NAS Glynco and Typhoons 38-58 K.J. Anderson, runnerup Harold Parman Mayport
NAS Cecil Field. Hirricanes 38-58 Q. R. Whltmore,'consolation Lou Fritz Webber Parman, Jr. Normandy Roosevelt


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/ Happens Every molished.beloved Ebbets Field was de-

Enter the amazing Mets with
mighty Casey at the helm Old
r Spring Dodger fans found a home and a

new chapter In baseball historywas I A AL.

New York, N.Y. (ED) -- Abner Doubleday may have laid cur opened. ;
but the of America's national What has made the Mets amaz-
first baseball diamond In 1839 roots
ing? First of all, the Mets are
14th Easter-time play-
pastime go back to stoolball a century game
heirs the mantle of the
ed by milkmaids and farmhands in England. worthy to
By 1621 the game was being played In America, with three-legged old Brooklyn Dodgers. The play-
form of the was played ers who made up the first Mets'
stools used as bases, and In 1778, a game
I, later students at team in 1962 were known as "a
at Valley Forge during the Revolution. Two years ,
Princeton College were forbidden "to play with balls and sticksIn hopeless collection of has-beens,

the back common of the college" by the faculty. never-wases" and grass-green
Different versions of the rookies.
But like the Dodgers,they havea
i game roundball and townball bad terrain to keep the outfielders L.
loud and of fans
appeared In Boston, New York, In constant fear on unex- loyal group ,
breed faithful the last
a new to
and Philadelphia between 1820 pected Injury.
and 1833. During that time, the The '30s saw Brooklyn's"Daf- gasp. -
The Mets also
first baseball nine, the New York finess Bats" the "Gas House are amazing
for setting new records at
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Cartwright, the Knickerbockerswere York Giants arch rivals of the games, while winning only 40.
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