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Creation Date: April 22, 1965
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VOL. 23 NO.6 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 2Z 1965



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Pal Day Will Be Ile o .r.- "Blue GolcTCrews Allow



Next Held At SaturdayThe Beaches NavymenMore Homeport Time


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WITH THE U.S. SECOND FLEET IN THE ATLANTIC, -------
Beaches communities v ill The United States Second Fleet one of the nation's four numbered
be opening their arms to mil- fleets has a fresh approach for some old problems affecting 81,000
itary personnel and their fami- people in Navy families along the East Coast.
lies next Saturday. The USO
Council of the Beaches is spon- It consists of two-platooning
cering a USO "Pal Day" for the the fleet. Dividing the fleet into
Armed Forces, May L FDR Slated For two parts for want of a better
Jacksonville Beach's Griffin name Blue/Gold titles are usedto
Amusement area is offering free describe the two groups.
rides Saturday afternoon from Med DeploymentThe The concept will:
fcOOp.m. to 3:00 p.m. through the allow firmer 10ng-rangepIa n-

courtesy of Frank Griffin. Refreshments END OF AN A-Wlh Cdr.David Lember looting on Cdr. Henry nIng.
attack "" "
will be free at the Bea- Mayport-based allow the ships of either "
Bailey,presents tie final paperwork and ". A1H Skyraider in the
ches USO Club 610 Oceanfront carrier USS Franklin D. Roose- task to become more ofa
background to Cdr. R. E. Edwards, NAS Operations Officer. This group
from noon to 3:00p.m.There will velt will deploy to the Medlte'rrlnean team
was the final plane in VA-15, now undergoing transition to the A6
also be free pony rides for the Intruder. in June, it was announced allow better crossservicingbetween
children Tuesday. The FDR will be taking ship.types.
The Serviceman's uniform will the place of the Pacific( Fleet allow time to be spent more
be the admission ticket for these VA 15 Made Inactive While based USS Bon Homme Richard efficiently at sea and In port.
activities. Dependents of servicemen which was slated for a Med de- allow more effective trainingwith

must be accompanied by them ployment.This less time actually at sea.
an in uniform. Those depen- Changing To A6 IntruderAttack change will not effect the allow more effective use of !

dents whose husbands are deployed number of attack carriers training services available.At .
should! apply at the Beaches assigned to the Sixth Fleet, as the same time it will ;
USO for admission tick- Squadron Fifteen has been temporarily deactivated by the in the past, two carriers will allow predictable time in home
ets. Women in service are aLso Navy while transitionlng from the oldest attack aircraft in the Navy remain in the Mediterranean.As ports with families.
included and must be In uni- to the newest, from the venerable All Skyraider to the Navy's new announced In Jamary, the allow more dependable leave
form. A6 Intruder. __. USS Independence will deploy to periods.
The communities of Neptune, Squadron planes and personnel the Pacific but will return to her allow more fleet personnel to
Atlantic and Jacksonville Beachare have all been transferred to various officers and men of the squadron homeport in Norfolk, Virginia attend service schools.
giving free parking meter fleet units with the excep- gathered in Hangar 115 to pre- upon completion of the 7th Fleet allow more Individual planning.
service for the day. tion of 24 men who have been sent the Tailhook Award to Cdr.' deployment. An adjustment in allow more relaxed readiness ..,' .
Last year thousands service transferred to NAS Oceana, Vir- David B. Lember. Commanding the Atlantic Fleet CVA schedulewill posture for non-duty group In
of the VAlions. Follow-
Officer be made between the Second
personnel and their families enjoyed ginia to maintain VA-15 as a port.
this affair. "paperwork squadron". ing these ceremonies, thesquad- and Sixth Fleets as a result, of One of the Important factors of
Last Thursday, the remaining ron's scrapbook was displayed" the Independence's Pacific duty. the Blue/Gold operations successto
and reviewed by many who likedto The FDR is presently at the date has been cooperation from
recall the accomplishments of Naval Shipyards in Norfolk for the commanders who
two
YAP -62 Sends ROA To Host type
VA-15. repairs. provide the Second Fleet with

The book contained the birth most of Its ships. The two type
Planes To Map 34th Annual certificate of the original squadron commanders -- Commander Na-
val Air Force Atlantic and Com-
,
NAVEX To
Be
Torpedo Squadron Four,
Flooded AreasA ConferenceThe born on January 10, 1942 aboard mander Cruiser Destroyer
the USS Ranger at Grassy Bay Closed MondayNavy Force the, Atlantic Initial-- assistedIn
Jacksonville-based Bermuda. It traced the concept's planning
Navy historyof
Jacksonville Chapter, Reserve and have .
squadron has been called upon Officers Association will the VAlions through good Exchange Retail Stores, provided which when additionalsug-l combinedwith
by the U. S. Army Corps of host the Department of Florida, times and bad, from crashes Building #27, NAS and Building gestions actual Blue/Gold operational
Engineers to assist in obtaining ROA's 34th Annual Conference: through squadron parties. Pictures #554, NATTC, will not open until have led refine-
aerial photographic coverage of April 23-25 for the first time in of the transfer from NAAS 1:00 p.m. Monday April 26 due experience of the, to
the current floods caused by the nine years. Cecil Field! to NAS Jax on Jam- to the requirement for taking an ments concept.
Admiral David L. McDonald
Mississippi River. Some 300, or more,members ary 9, 1950 illustrated the ten inventory of merchandise.All ..
Chief of Naval
Heavy Photographic Squadron wives and guests from 21 chap- ure VA-15 had aboard this sta- other Navy Exchange facUlties aboard Atlantic Operations Fleet says air-
Sixty-Two based at NAS Jack- ters throughout Florida are expected tion. will be open at regular hoors.'i men
sonville, dispatched one of its to attend the joint ROA and (Continued on Page 4))

versatile RA-3B "Skywarriors" ROA Ladies Clubs activities Throughout the scrapbook one ,,. .
face continually stood out. A .' "" .Ii.:, ,;; ':. : ; ( '.,.'
and a flight crew consisting of which will begin with registration .:' .: :, : .l'r'
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two officers and twoenlisted men at 4 p.m., Friday, April 23, familiar face. Closer examina- : : ",'
to cover the current record flood at their conference headquartersin tion showed that Cdr. Ifcnry G.
stages of the Mississippi The the George Washington Hotel. Bailey, Exec of VA-15, was that
aircraft left early Monday rn- Conference Chairman Commander familiar face. A talk with him
ing and will return in mid-May. Bill Isham, USNR-R, and brought forth the fact that he had AH*
VAP-62 was selected because of Jacksonville Chapter President. originally been assigned to VA-
the excellent photo coverage they Major J. E. Graves, IIJ, USAR 15 as a Midshipman in 1950. lie
produced during the low water in announcing conference plans, then went on to say that he had
stage in the spring of 1964. said they expect members from been promoted to Ensign, Ltjg( ),
While based at NAS Twin chapters in Broward County; LCdr, and Cdr, missing only Lt.,
Cities the VAP-62 aircraft will Coral Gables; Daytona Beach;the while a member of Attack Squadron -
fly a daily run from St. Paul, Sun Coast; Gainesville Gulf 15. Cdr. Bailey is now en-
Minn., to St. Louis, Mo., obtain- Coast; Miami; Central Florida; route to VA-95 aboard the USS
ing aerial photographic measure- Pensacola; the Ridge District; Ranger where he will serve as gI-
for in The twin Withlachochee Executive Officer.
ments use maps. ; Clearwater; St.
jet RA-3B was chosen for its Petersburg; Tallahassee; Tam-
capability of covering the entire pa; West Palm Beach; the Flamingo Cdr. Lember has reported
flight line in two hours. They Wing; Patrick Air Force to VA-43 in Oceana to assume NAVY MIGHT The Navy's carrier USS Coral Sea flagship for
will map the river dally as the Base; Miami USAR. and Chockta- Commanding Officer duties of Carrier Task Force 77 now patrolling waters off the Republic of
flood crest moves downstteam. wahatchee. that attack squadron. Viet Nom. is shown'while'cruising off Hawoii.Fz .



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PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS


Applied Athletic AbilitiesAid I ." ,

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D. .:t, iIi ;te. iP.errl'l. :, !''t"'I. Chaploin/ MessageBy

AquaticThis Activities .

John A. Abucewicz

summer, a wide, fascinating and fun-filled world Is opento SUNDAY

NAS Jax personnel who will be taking advantage of the water sports of Believe It or not, ..
facilities at the Naval Air Station and the many Beaches.The 8:00 a.m. Service Holy Once upon a time the devil decided logo out of business. ft offered

six outdoor swimming locations here will be opening next Communion' of Divine his tools for sale to whomever would pay the price.On .

month for swimmers, and Special Services has equipment availablefor 9:30: a.m. Service the night of the sale they were all attractively displayed, abadlooking

othet water activities. Worship for lot. They were Malice Hatred, Envy! Jealousy, Sensuallty -
The National Safety Council and all organizations Interested In water 9:30: a.m. Sunday School and Deceit, and all the other Implements of evil. Each was
722
safety suggest that swimmers, divers, boaters, and other water ages 3 through 16, Bldg. marked with Its price.
of Divine
enthusiasts use the buddy system this year and do not participate In 11:00 a.m. Service Apart from the rest lay a harmless-looking wedge-shaped tool

their outdoor activities alone. The Safety Council also recommends Worship Fellowship much worn, yet priced higher than any of the others. Someone askedthe
that everyone learn to swim. Many local and civic organizations and 6:30 p.m. Youth devil what It was.

groups here at NAS Jax, provide swimming Instruction at little'or WEDNESDAY "That's discouragement the reply.

"' no cost. It Is rare, however, that a serviceman does not possess a Re- "Why do you have it priced so high?"
4:30 Junior Choir
minimum of swimming ability. p.m. "Because," replied the devil "it is more useful to me than

According to the National Safety Council most drownings are not hearsal of the others. I can pry open and get inside a man's conscience with any
Rehearsal -
Senior Choir
to swimmers, but to people who fall Into the water accidentally.In 7:30 p.m. that when I could not get near him with any of the others, and when
most cases, knowing how to swim under adverse conditions, fully
once Inside I can use him In whatever way suits me best. It Is so
clothed would have let them themselves. A that Is 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion,
save person
It with few
much worn because I use nearly everybody, as very people
satisfied that he has fully learned the skill of swimming and knows Also on all Holy Days "
know It belongs to me.
Catholic Services St. Edward's yet
how to take care of himself In the water In emergency Is protected at It hardly need be added that the devil's price for discouragementwas
and Naval
from -- the fourth' of fatal accident. Chapel NATTC
drowning leading type so high that it was never sold. He still owns It and Is still using
Since the Into harbor anti- Hospital
Navy sent "frogmen" Tokyo to cut
it. Beware of It I
submarine nets In World War II, skin and scuba diving have grown SUNDAY MASS

tremendously as aqua sports. Skin diving is underwater swimmingand '
diving with such aids as flippers, face mask, and snorkel breath- 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital SustainedWith Power At Sea
ing tube. Scuba -- for Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's .

-- adds air tanks to the diver's back so he can stay under Chapel

water longer and dive deeper. All experienced skin divers know
DAILY MASS
resolute research we must maintain the modernity and strik-
that one must be a skilled swimmer before he can successfully enJoy -
the 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel ing power of cur fleet.
sport. From nuclear propulsion to basic research Into the explora-
This Is also true of water skiing. Water skiing Is an exhilarating MONDAY &TUESDAY
tion of space from oceanographic expeditions to the quest for new
'> _. sport which Is easy to learn and: does not require a large amount of
.
" ...,. 4:15 HallNATTC types of ships and weapons. Naval Research has taxed, with fret
King
p.m.
athletic skier inexperience -
ability. a
Unfortunately or
through Ignorance
quent success, the best scientific minds the nation has. Today we
will do things which Irritate and anger others using the FRIDAY
seek even greater scientific success. For the need Is urgent, perhaps -
sane waters. "Cowboys" who cut too close to swimmers and fish-
ermen, send heavy waves against canoes, and behave as If they were 12:05 p.m. U.S.NavalHospItal even more urgent than we think.
Based research results the will utilize and
on Navy space space
the only ones In the water, have been responsible for restrictions placed SATURDAY
when and where It will mission better.
techniques perform a Navy
on the sport In many areas. Such disregard for ordinary commonS
9:00 St. Edward's researchers pioneered much of the nation's space effort.
<*< and courtesy is condemned by responsible skiers. a.m. ChapelCONFESSIONSSATU
After six years, the satellite Vanguard still Is in nearperfectorbit.
Swimming, diving, water skiing, boating and all water sports can RDA Y Satellites can give better world-wide fleet communications,
bd fun If everyone combines ability with'caution and: learns to obey better for fleet
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before navigation, and provide better weather analysis
staple safety Instructions. Masses commanders By placing the right kind of eyes In them, the job

Catechism Classes:Grade School of ocean-space surveillance may be made manageable.Naval .

Law Day Accentuates SATURDAY progressiveness.What leadership. has always looked to the future with vision and


10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities
72? do our leaders think of the opportunities for the future?
building
Value of DemocracyLaw Our Secretary of the Navy, Mr Paul Nitre, observed In a recent -

talk that future wars would be fought largely at sea. His aggressive -

Day U.S.A., Is America's answer to communism's martial Traffic leadership to meet maritime. opportunities is reflectedIn
May Day demonstrations. The Communists have adopted the first other statements.

'. "'r' day of May as a time of flex their muscles and rattle their ViolationsThe Admiral David L. McDonald. Our Chief of Naval Operations adds:

missiles Americans celebrate the day In a dignified and significant "We can look forward with confidence to a steady Increase In our

manner by reaffirming their dedication to the rule of law and: capabilities"
following Is a of
treason rather than force and violence. vehicle report The late Admiral Claude Ricketts, then Vice Chief of Naval Operations -
motor accidents and traf-
The American serviceman Is In a position to demonstrate both fic violations for the period April predicted:
at home and abroad his dedication to the rule of law. Because 11 through April 17. "The future will be more brilliant than anything In the pas.. "

11e is under closer scrutiny than other citizens of the United States General Wallace M. Greene Jr., Commandant of the Marine Corps

fee is under a greater obligation to abide by the law and exemplify Number of AccidentsThis stated:

democracy.This Week April through April "Never has the potential and Importance of the Navy/Marine team

is especially true in overseas assignments. The people 17 . . . .7 been of greater value to the defense of our country."
of other countries base their impressions of the United States In Total Accidents this year through The statements are significant for

part or entirely on the Americans In their midst. Any disregardof April 17 . . .66 The world wide strategy of American Seapower depends upon "the
the accepted standards of fairness or willful Infraction of the law Total Accidents through April men and the ships and the weapons," for the plans are never greater

Injures the reputation of the armed forces and the United States. 1964 . . . 90 than the'flesh and blood that carry them out!
ft also casts doubt on the value of our democratic ideals and weakensthe
Number Will the Navy measure up In times to come? It will depend upon
free world's ability to resist communism. of ViolationsThis
people. Those who plan study, design. Those who experiment, seek
Every American citizen especially the serviceman citizen Week . . 58 better ways. The Navy, In the name of the country, encourages lea-

Should make every day of the calendar Law Day by doing whatever Speeding . . . 15 dership, Inquiry, creativity, as well as courage. The source of all
a he can, each day to strengthen and foster respect for law and or- Reckless Driving . ,1 this Is the American people themselves, who created their Navy by
der. This is a small price to pay for the blessings of liberty we Going Through Stop Sign. 6 their will and by their work.

enjoy under the rule of law. (AFPS) Other Violations . 53 In looking to our future we can see a Navy that is organic evolve

Fifty-three drivers appeared ing, flexible adaptable and organized.

before the Traffic Hearing Boardat Navy men In ships, and planes, keep the watch upon the waters

JTAX: AIR: NEWS the meeting of held on April 19. beneath them, and above them, ready to take ,the action called for
Disposition the cases Includethe by our nation's will. The Navy Itself serves the national purposeIn

following: ten lost driving precise. ways at precise times.
and parking privileges aboard
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper station for various periods; none For the seas of the world, 35 times the size of America areS

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station were assigned to complete an ors to use *: to enjoy, along with men everywhere. If we are

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a efeht-nour course (In remedial wise enough if we are strong enough to use what Is ours, if our accurb
private firm. All Copy submitted. for use in the JAX AIR driving Instruction at NATTC;. are equal to our purposes.

NEWS must be forwarded to the S."ice..ro.-ationOffice.. three were assigned to completea Americans might projected across the planet, from the ocean bottom -

.Box 2, NAS Jbonville."y 124)0 noon on Monday before six-hour coarse In remedial to the end of the aunospl1ere. Such (3 die mission.

publication. News items ore welcomed for oil sources- driving at Jacksonville Police of A amt and flexible strategy of our rimes: follows the fluid avers**

Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. Academy; thirty-two were given the seas. The magfc of ocean mobility allows us to project discriminate -

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries .. suspended penalties; three were the power for peace Instantly in the dimensions of the when.
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing given warnings; four were dismissed where, and the how.

., Company 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida ; and four were referred
354040 35942271. Seapower Is a global function of of power for
Telephone) or Commanding Officers for pos the global concept
sible disciplinary action. Peace It is worth the costs In sweat andt tears. It Is worth fighting
for.Seapower.
VOL 23 NO.* AHO. 22. 1965 'I'1dnJ-' <
a total of 90 Traffic belongs to y8ft Is <*. ty am for you. You own "
Your
Points. pay for It. Yours Ire te dividends to freedom!!!
This
concludes the series of articles on Sustained Seapower.





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Ann" was served following the i
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Navy Recruiters Pick 9 Year Old ceremonies.
I Girl Ann appeared In the 19th Annual

Welcome Day Parade held onSun- r,

As Official Mascot For Jax Recruiting day April 11. at Jacksonville
Beach. She rode in a half-scale

The Model-T driven by one of the recruiters -
Navy Recruiting Branch
( \ Station of and she wore a Wave's
Jacksonville now has
.;f an "Official Mascot" for its recruiting summer blue uniform which was
: services. made to exactness by the wife

Miss Ann Whitmire. the nine of Recruiter Roy D, Hinkle SFLA

year old daughter of Mr.and Mrs. 1965 Cadillac convertible on
loan from a local dealer and the
Daniel M. Whitmire of 2420 Leon
Road latest addition to the Navy's Recruiting CIA DIRECTOR President
J Jacksonville was swornIn
by Commander Bradford Service a mobile recruiting Johnson has named: Admiral
Wells Officer-In-Charge of the office built into a sport- William F. Raborn. USN (Ret.),
., van truck also appeared in the as director of the Central Intelligence "
r I : Jacksonville Recruiting District parade. In the convertible driven Agency, replacing JohnA.
as honorary Navy Recruiter and *
by retired Navyman John D. McCone. Admiral Reborn;
official for the I
mascot Jax Recruiting -
LL Service.On Galloway were three NAS who retired from the Navy in
Waves; SN Patricia Rosano, SN 1963, was in charge of the
April 16 Commander Wells
had Linda Thode and SN Pauline development of the polaris
ArairepeattheMOfficialMascot" -
Czeto. missile system.
oath in the Ceremony
.t; Room at Jacksonville Main Navy

1/;" .t' Recruiting Station. A large cake

MAS WAVES (left-to-right) SN Linda Thode, SN Patricia Roiano decorated in a Navy theme and
and SN Pauline Czeto ride with Ann in the 19th Annual Welcome Inscribed "Welcome AboardILni

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BLUE-GOLD OPERATIONS NATTC Advances 9O Airman Museum
Friday and sail, ifscbduledtodo
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so, hot earlier than the following
craft carriers have averaged 72 Monday. They will return to their Through AIR FAM Courses
nights a year at home during the home port on or before the Fri- Funds
last four years. day at the end of the third week NInetystudents at Naval Air Technical Training Center made history -
The same canbesaid for manyof of their 3-week duty period. when they were advanced to Airman April 16 after completingthe
the personnel of other ships Actual operating time during this Airman Familiarization Course. The previous high for Airman Needed
that normally spend 1/3 of their three week duty period may vary advancement, since the Air Fam course started 11 months ago, was
time overseas with the Sixth from a few days to as much as. 85. Contributions are now being
Fleet. three weeks depending upon During the two week AIR FAM he is taught basic survival accepted for the new Army-Navy
Under the new plan the half of training requirements and other course, attended by AE"AU and strokes plus actual usage of sur- Museum which'will be located in
the fleet scheduled as the "duty commitments.The AO"A" students, survival tech- vival equipment Pemberton House, Independence
group" will handle all sea other group takes over the niques and equipment, aircraft In one elaborate drill the stu- National Historical Park, Phila-
assignments, and all port visits duty at the end of the three weeks. familiarization, moving aircraft, dent steps off a tower wearing an delphia.
away from home port. The in-port group has more un- taxi signals, nomenclature and uninflated life vest and a parachute The museum will emphasizethe
These ships will be scheduled interrupted upkeep time, leave, safety procedures Is covered In harness. He starts removing role of the Army and Navyin

........ as a single task group, even liberty, training and school time the daily classroom schedule.The the harness when he hits the American Revolution and
though they may be widely dis and a predictable period in port. Basic Military Requirement the water and passes it to awaiting in the early history of the Republic. -
The units of the in-port group Course Is covered in four Instructor. He then usesa .
This task commanders remain in their homeports. breast stroke to swim to a one-
way group home study lessons. In these lessons The Navy's first and great traditions -
with the aid of unit com- Second Fleet ships are home- the student required to fill man life raft. He enters the raft were launched in 1775
manders can plan exercises and ported in Boston. Mass.; Newport in answers to 160 questions. He re-enters the water and swimsto and 1815. Many of our most
co-ordinate services. R. L; Norfolk Va.; must get 80/0 or better on each a four-man raft which has been distinguished ships have been
The operating group will normally Charleston, S. C. and Mayport lesson. upside down. He rights the raft, named for victorious battles on
assume a duty status on Fla. Survival swimming plays an enters it, then capsizes it againas land such as the Saratoga, York-
Important part in the AIR FAM he leaves.
town, and Lexington as well as
The student then blows air into
course. The student Is Indoctrinated -
for ships and men whose names
in the use of basic sur- his life vest and swims on his stand for victory at sea from
vival equipment life vest, life back to the other end of the pool. 1776 onwards, such as the En-
rafts, and Improvised flotation Meanwhile, other students arevin terprise, Ranger Randolph,
in the classroom. He then the water going through earlier
gear and Jones.
If you need money goes to the swimming pool where stages of the drill Barry
Other parts of the survival Some three million people who
swimming training include swimming visit Independence Hall and the
don't have a prescribed distance em- Liberty Bell annually wlllbe able
you ploying the basic strokes, swim- to see the stirring story of the
I ming underwater, firesplashswim early Army and Navy In dyna-
technique, and use of shirt 'mic dioramas and displays loca-
or have or trousers as an Improvised ted In a reconstructed three-
money t flotation device. story colonial house In Carpenters' -


you don't need -p In response Courts. previous have contributed notices

tI tIrR Navy personnel
4M 1''". 1 $55,000, much of which has come
It from the fleet. Personnel of
see > ships bearing names associatedwith
battles and men of the revolutionary -
'x w periods have shown

9 PV Mtts special Interest.All .

ETT6td persons who wish to makea
contribution are requested to
NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE
send them to: TheNationalTrea-

MCMSCfl: FIOCMAL. DEPOSIT INSURANCE: CORPORATION surer, Army-Navy Museum
Fund; Mr. James M. Large,
. US NAS Facility Office Chairman of the Board; Provi-
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Jax Swim TeamDefeated At What Every Header Likes Ii


Jekyll Island To See In Newspaper
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Competition proved to be too A Montana weekly newspaper 8. More news about lawbreakers -
stiff for the Jax Navy SwimmingTeam editor, with a little time on his ,
at Jekyll Island, Georgialast hands In between calls from read- 9. Less news about Uworeak-
week. The Jax Navy Team ers, placed his tongue In cheek ers. (I was picked up last night
managed to cop only two Individual and listed these things as con- and I should not have to pay a
trophies> one 2nd and one stituting a good newspaper In the fine, nor be publicised.)
3rd place trophy won by Kathy eye of the average reader: 10. An editorial condemning
Lubka In the 50-yard freestyleand L My name, high school teachers for beingtoo
Kathy Nauman In the 100- 2. A front page story showinghow liberal with "Fs."
meter breaststroke, respective- crooked the city government, 11. A wedding picture of the
iy- Is most of the time. groom Instead of the bride when
The 8 and under boys and girls 3. My wife's name. he Is more handsome than she
team did manage towln the Overall 4. A feature story showing 25 Is pretty.
trophy In their age groups ways on how to cheat on Incometax 12. A sports picture of me when .-
CAPTAIN lames A. The Boys "A" team grabbed a forms. I bowled 163.
Hiegel, (Center) Public Works Officer,
pr. 1st and 2nd place while the "B" 5. My kids' names. 13. A full of local
tents' safe driving awards totaling 80 years of saf. driving to, page news
Local Item about the
(From left to right) G. R. Davis, 24 year award; David Way, 20 team won 2nd and 3rd place In 6. news a full page of national news, 16
year award; Lawrence A. Howard, 19 year award and Mark Small, their matches. The girls' relay affair my neightbor Is having. pages of sports, 26 pages of
17 year award.Library. team copped two 1st place 'I, A classified ad offering new comics, one page divorces and
trophies_In their matches .. d_ home for $4,000. three pages on all the domestic

Week ObservanceIs troubles 14. More- town.advertisements on

I things that merchants are giving

Now In Sixth Year"Open N 't away 15. Less stuff about how cute

everybody else's kids are. My
Your Future Read" cus attention on reading as an L a + r. 't_ ... kids are better looking than they
will be the slogan of this year's Important part of personal full- 1 are
National Library Week to be observed flllment and on libraries as a M.4)-T ) 16. A complete biographicalsketch
by Armed Forces source for reading and Informa- : about the "most Impor-
libraries and civilian libraries, tion. Programs during this week tant citizen In town" and spell
April 25-May L will aid In a year-round effort to : my name right. ,.
This year's observance of the encourage lifetime reading habits 4cI .--
sixth National Library Week will and Improvements In the total
be directed toward the encouragement range of libraries which make Information lJ1RJ (
.
of timely and significant accessible to all I &
reading and effective sup Americans for continuing educa- .L-
port of the library. tion and personal development : ; CktVe.
During this week of world-wide The NAS malnslde library,
observance, library programswill which has approximately 30,000 'CARRY ON" Marine Private Richard R. Turner (RI) and his step SEE PAGE 12 AND
Include guest speakers, dis- books available will be open Mon father, LCdr. D. R. Simon of' NAS JAX, greet "Colonel" M. W. YOU'LL KNOW WHY!
plays, contests, remote pickup day through Friday from 8:30 Chambers who posted himself on high grounds to watch new
broadcasts and telecasts from the a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday 8:30: Marines graduate from recruit training, April 8. Pvt. Turner com- RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
libraries. a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday pleted 12 weeks of recruit training during the Final Review and
National Library Week w.lllfo- 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Parade and will now, undergo 30,days of' basic infantry' combat '
training at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C., Following
his first leave, Turner will report to Marine Corps Air Station, CEDAR HILLS
Beaufort, S. C. for duty.

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I MSTS Regional Headquarters Move Slated BallA MoviesMovies

WashingtonAFPS( ) '.. The military be moved to Bremerhaven Ger- Magnolia
will be shown
Sea Transportation Service regularlyat
many.
(MSTS) will organize it's regional The reorganization ordered by Magnolia Ball for junior and 7 p.m. Monday through Satur
command and offices in the Vice Admiral Glynn R. Donaho, senior high school students will day.NATTC
I be held 2 the Officers will have two feature
Eastern Atlantic and Mediter- USN, Commander MSTS, is des- on May at
Club. times 2 p.m and 7 p.m.onSatur-
ranean area effective July 11965. igned to make command more
The MSTS EasternAtlandcaOO responsive to military sealift re- Dress is semi-formal for the days and Sundays. The hospital
Mediterranean Area Command quirements. Annual savings of occasion and dancing will be from will have one feature on Sun-
headquarters, now InLondon,will $30,000 will result. the hours of 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. day's at 7 p.m.
Music will beby the"Catallnas." The Mainside theatre will stay
This dance is for officers( depen- the same except for the evening
MORRIS dents only, who are in the junior feature which will begin at 7:30:
and senior high school grades.Mrs. p.m. These are subject to change.

H. L. Jones youth acti- Thursday, April 22
5 AUTO SUPPLYWE vities chairman for the Jacksonville -
Officers Wives Club, MainsldeOperatlonSnafu
CAN SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON: reports that this dance will be Connery, Stan Holloway
AUTO PARTS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC the last of the 1964-1965 season. ;;v ? NATTC Anna Anthony Quinn,
J Sophia Loren
MACHINE SHOP WORK ACCESSORIES Hospital Sweet Bird of Youth -
Club Schedules"O"
Paul Newman, Geraldine Page
|0pen Sundays 9 o.m.-S p.m. Weekdays 8 o.m.-9 p.m| MAGNOLIA BLOSSOMS are ar-
CLUB Music this Fri- ranged by Mrs. Hank Weytich, Friday, April 23

PHONE 771-5636 5836 TIMUQUANA RD. day night will be provided by the Officers Wives Club, as part Malnslde Adventures of Scara-
Bobby King Quartet with the of the decorations for the Mag-
mouche Gerald
Barray,
For nolia Ball.NCO.
Sophista-Kats on Saturday. Michele Giardon
those who like a Foreign Dish
NATTC Operation Snafu Sean
stop in on Tuesday when the Delivers BabyIn
Connery, Stan Holloway
BIG TOP MOTORSCEDAR specialty will be Mexican. Fried
Hospital Anna-Anthony Quinn
Chicken'all you can eat every Army HelicopterSaigon Sophia Loren
the week
Wednesday. During
Happy Hour Is at 3:30, with Din- (AFPS)--Staff Sergeant Saturday, April 24
ner at 6 p.m. Charles K.Allen a medical evacuation Malnslde The Night Walker -
HILLS k CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club aidman with the 57thMed- Robert Taylor, Barbara Stan-
s offers music of Phil Cay's teal Evacuation Company, Tan wyck
65IMPALA.$3495 Chantels on Friday and Mark Son Nhut, Republic of VIet-Nam, NATTC Adventures of Scara-
2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/ ,Castle on Sunday. Harold John- performed a "first" recently, mouche Gerald Barray,
... ",.. trans., power air steer.cond.& son's Moon Liters will be featured when be delivered a five-pound Michele Glardon
brakes, R&H, ,
3000 actual miles. on Saturday. Don't forget Vietnamese baby In a helicopter Hospital Operation Snafu-Sean
that Monday Is Game Night and flying at 2,500 feet. He was assisted Connery, Stan Holloway
64 TEMPEST . ... .$2595 64 OLDSMOBILE .. .$2795 Thursday Is Pizza Night.Why not by Specialist 5 Bradley Sunday, April 25
Convertible, 326 V-8, 4 in 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/ try the lunches offered every day? Lorlnsky, the chopper's crew
the floor, pos-o-troction, trans., power steer. & ACEYDUCEYTheMarkCastel chief. Mains Ida Signpost to Murder -
R&H, one owner, like new. brakes, R&H, air cond. Combo will entertain Friday The delivery took place aboarda Stewart Whitman, Joanne

64 CHEVROLET.$2295 65 DODGE DARTGT.$2795 with the Swinging Temptations, UH-1B helicopter ambulance Woodward
Convert. 4 in thefloor,V-8, 2 dr., ht, 7,000 actual miles Saturday and March Wilson and after the mother, Mrs. Do Phu NATTC The Night Walker -
R&H. one owner, auto/trans., the Red Coats providing the music spa, and her husband, a Vietnamese Robert Taylor, Barbara Stan-
60 RAMBLER WAG ON..$995 R&H. on Sunday. Happy bur Is from soldier, had been pickedup ekHospital
New engine, 6 cyl., standard 61 COMET. . . .S8?5. 4:30-6:30 on Mondays and Thurs In response to a call from an Adventures of Scara-
shift, R&H. 2 dr., R&H, standard shift. days. If you like bingo drop In American advisor at Rung Sat, mouche Gerald Barray,

FIVE YEAR WARRANTY Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. Sports approximately 18 miles southeast Michele GiardonMonday
BANK FINANCING fans are reminded that moviesare of Saigon. The advisor's call requested April 26
2< per gal. discount 3719BLANDING shown every Wednesday. that the expectant motherbe Malnslde Time Travelers-
on gas. evacuated to Cong Hao hospital -
BLVD. BLUEJACKETS INN Dancingthis Preston Foster, Mary Anders
See Our Courteous Across from Friday will be to the Rhythm In Saigon. NATTC Signpost to Murder-
SALESMEN About 10 minutes after take-
Kings Plus "One".March Wilson
Cedar Hills Shopping Stewart Whitman Joanne
BUD TERRY. and the Red Coats will provide off Sergeant Allen saw the woman Woodward
ti. Center convulse with labor pains and
modern tunes on Saturday and
Hospital The Night Walker -
AND P? PHONE Phil Cay's Chantels will enter- he Immediately prepared her for Robert Taylor Barbara Stan-
M. YOUNG tain on Sunday. Every Monday delivery. Within 2 minutes after wyck
BILL SIEMER 771-2320 patrons can get 2 pizzas for the the pains began the baby was -- '
April 27
Tuesday
Used Car Mgr. price of 1, and on Wednesday bornapparentty healthy. .
bingo Is featured. r Malnslde Pink Panther David

-- kIcowitt Niven, Peter,Sellers
NATTC Time Travelers-
Preston Foster, Mary Anders
PERSONAL t Fit Hospital Signpost to Murder
.QF Stewart Whitman, Joanne

PORTABLE 103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd. Woodward
We Wire Flowers Wednesday, April 28

ALL Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-0250 Malnslde World of Henry
CHANNEL FlowersFor Orient Peter Sellers, Paula

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Ad
Square DanceThe 1. SecfiiAds b

you interested In flying .
,
If have lost : +ti4HS w'4.tii4 Lritiv"'
U-control model aircraft? Would you any personal
Lutheran Service Center
like to join a model property aboard NAS Jax, thereIs should be mailed the
you flying will sponsor a "First Dance of to JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
chance that has
club? Spring" Square Dance for military a someone Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
If so, there will be an organi- personnel tomorrow evening found your property and turnedIt Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving .
zational meeting for persons Interested beginning at 8:30 p.m. In to the Security Department'sLost too late for this deadline will be published the following .
in model aircraft fly- Free'refreshments will be Property Office located In week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
ing on Sunday, April 25 at 2:00 served at the air-conditioned Building 9 at the Main Gate. check or money order for the full cost of the od must be

.m. topside of Building 898,NAS Center, located at 19 W. ForsythSt. Items found The range from dollsto received; WITH the copy for the ad.
bicycles. Department -
Security
Hobby Shop. In downtown Jacksonville. DO NOT SEND CASH
would like the
For further information, con- to locate RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines), .. . . .$1.00
tact H. C. Osburn SupervisorNAS owners and return the property. Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
Here few of the
are a assort-
Hobby Shop.
ment of Items now In custody: ssss- I asssssssss sss -
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8 bicycles
"5 | | B HWHJ H FOR SALE 3 Br home closeto
12 billfolds (men & women) FOR RENT ORANGE PARK
1 umbrella NAS $50. down $50 month. new two bedroom apartment.

ROOSEVELT MALL 1 pair of golf shoes (male) Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- Electric kitchen, air-conditioner -

1 pair black shoes (male) 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. furnished or unfurnished.

L 1 bathing suit (boy) Phone 2646884.
REAL ESTATE: Information on
3 dolls
CARWASH 1 house blueprintThe sales, purchases, equities, ren- BARGAIN Moving: chaise lounge,
office Is tals or FHA VA homes. Call with Inner spring mat, patio table
open Monday Walter T. Bowen,USN Rtd. Char- chest drawers, 2 occasional
through Friday from 8 to
OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30: AM-6PM: 2:30 p.m. a.m. ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or chairs, 5 pair drapery fix, 7 foot
387-2851 at night. ladder, TV antenna UHF-VHF.
SUNDAY 8:30: AM 1:30: PM
A neighbor reports this sign 2 tires 760-15 on rims, ax, saw,
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL CLOSE TO NAS 3 Bdr. home,
SHOPPING CENTERON over the box office of an Oz- sickle. Phone 3843949.GUARANTEED .
nearly new range & refridg,new-
ROOSEVELT BLVD. ark movie theater: "Children
ly decorated In & out, plus a USED TV'S -
EVERY under sixteen will not be admitted fenced In yard for only $100. choose from.
WED. IS DOLLAR DAY unless accompanied by $35.00 up. 10 to
down. Call ART POWELL Call Chuck or Cliff 389-367L
their husbands.-Anna Herbert
,
USN/RET. 264-6144 POWELL
FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED Wall St. REALTY BROKER. ###3 BR TRAILER For rent. young

WITH CAR WASH! lady share w/same, air con-
n1.STOP FURN APT ORTEGA SECT dltoned. 771-9422.
fac river, 15 min, from NAS 1
adult only. $25 wk Incl utll FOR RENT: Orange Park neat
& phone 3889886. 3 BR home. $80 month. Powell

AT THIS SIGN Realty Bkr. Call 264-6144.
FURN APT DOWTN Jax 3 rms.

best barg In city for couple$12.50 ADULT ART CLASSES Jean

Better ..: wk pI utiL 388-9886. Wagner Troemel, Orange Park,
Bellair phone 264-6759.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

Avondale utilities Included LAKE LOT (not water front) -

QUALITY, DESIGN, PLANNING 12.85 month 771- 100 ft x 150 ft. George's Lake
9007. $495.00 phone 764-1833.

FURN APT 3939 Boone Park MG "MIDGET" 1963 Convert.

Ave. 4 Rm lower, conv loc cond., $895.00
R&H, WW, exc.
Bigger Bellair $50.00 mo. Phone EV T-3356. must sacrifice. Phone 7641833.

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SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 Ba, sep..
4 BEDROOMS,2 BA THS$63. M0. MODEL Sewing Machine ZIG Dr., concrete Bk, hardwood
ZAGS, blind stlches,button holes, floors, double corner lot, 180 x
TOTAL FHA-IN SERVICE NEW CARPETS decorates, etc. Original price 105, cony. to NAS & Cecil, no
2 COMPLETE $300. has balance of $84. or qualifying, assume loan $5400.

18 HOLE COURSES assume $8.00 per mo. paymentswill bal. $45.00 mo. after $32.00 dn.
( take older machine as part
prl water sys phone 771-5776.
Booming Bellair PUTTPUTTGOLF Sewing payment Machine) Phone Co.353-1946 A-l

2 BR furn house, Orange Park

COURSES area, State Rd, 224-A, Blue with
SOLDSOLDSOLDSOLDBELLAIR USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to Wh. trim, near Dr's Inlet Fire
choose from. $25.00 and up. Dept, 20 mln. fr. NAS $60.00
4825 Blanding Blvd. Phone 387-2121. mo phone 7715776.


PHONE 771-2803 OVER 300 GUARANTEED USED VETERANS ARMY & NAVY

TIRES. $2.00 & up. Most sizes, STORE --- 20 E. Bay Jax.,
PARTIES ARRANGED Goodyear Service Store San Juan EL 6-1301 lOfo discount to navy

OltEN; 9 am 12 mid. Weekends & Jersey 389.367L & civilian personnel with ID.> See
1 pm 12 mid. Sundays Mr. Sam.
FOR SALE Box spring & mat-
"America's Fun Sport" tress set, lawnmower, maple
SOUTH BLANDING ON LEFT MUST SELL -63 GaL "500",
chest, pair kitchen bar stools,
Singer sewing machine and misc. A/T, PS, WSW 4 Dr. HT, R&H,
Lt. Worel NAS Jax ext. 270.
Call mornings 3843267.


WANTEDExecutive type man or FOR SALE: 1961 White VW,
woman to build profitable com- equity & assume paymts. Good

munity bus lness.Start part-time, cond. 388-8479 or 3883803.

build to full time in 6-12 mos.

Backed by National Advertisingand WANTED Rider to share driv-

complete training. Terrific ing to Norfolk, Va. May 4
opportunity. This is not cook- 2646253.

wear, Insurance, real estate

vacuum cleaners or books. FOR SALE: 2 SINGLE HOLLYWOOD -
384-5288 Mon, Wed, or Fri. 1-4 BEDS complete W. mat-

PM. tress & springs $20.00 Each.
Call EV 9-8283 after 6:00 or
FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5 weekends.FOR .
ml. west of Yulee 2 ml So.

A-l-A at Boggy Creek, four SALE one 3 Bdr 2 bath

existing bldgs, launching ramp, central HTG & A/C; one 4 Bdr
Orange Park approx. 1 1/2 acres on water. 2 Bath Central Htg & Fireplace.
As is $100 mo. or will remodelfor Both In SILVER CIR., OrangePk.
suitable tenent. EL 4-0192 Call 2642424. H. E. Hag-
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ate,, i ': M BuyinnANew Home?


That new house may look like headaches. By law, most counties to show you where, why and how
your dream home but before have a master plan on file your house is worth more.In .
you sign on the dotted line( come with local authorities; this plan the home itself check carefully -
down to earth and make sure will tell you which land is sche- Into the kind and quality of
you're getting good value foryour duled for eventual Industrial or materials used; you want dura-
money. municipal use. The area near bility wedded to minimum maintenance -
Although a qualified attorney your prospective home may be Be on. the lookout for
and realtor are your best sources slated for use as a factory site signs of faulty construction;does
of information in completingthe or a jet airport I the house show signs of settling?
purchase of a new home, Do research on the compara- Wherever wood has been used
1 here are some important pointsfor tive value homes Inyour neigh look for telltale waves ordips that
you to keep in mind when you borhood. If they vary widely In show improperly seasoned wood
make the choice. price, It would spell future warping. How much landscaping ,
How about the community? trouble. Some day. a much will be needed and who will pro-
Does it offer a pleasant and cheaper house than yours could vide it the seller or you?
healthful environment for your rise next door and! your own After selecting a home that
home? Be sure to check drain- Investment would plummet In pleases you and before you sign
age during a rain; many buyers value. anything, check the public
Befor. you buy that drom horn, com down to earth and check don't, to their eventual sorrow. Don't forget to check on the records for property to learn
such things zoning and building cod. restridions which may ailed The community you're contem- prices of homes similar to the about:
how happily ever after live there. After the sale, take
you plating may seem today like a one you're considering. If you (a) Easements on property.
to insure of .
steps your family a good home.MEET peaceful oasis but what about find an almost Identical house Expect them for utilities(to per-

tomorrow? Checking projected down the block selling for much mit sewer lines, gas pipes tele-
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.nnualNARTU VP-45 :Plays Host To New ; :


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Inspection .,.,.:,1: "." I. Reserve Squadron, VP-815


TodayA i On April 4, Patrol Squadron of flights utilizing Information
Begins fony-Flveplayed host to VP-815 covered In the ground training
from NAS Twin Cities, Minn. lectures. Observers from VP-45
The reserve squadron arrived at assisted the reserve fllghtcrews
34-member Inspection team NAS Jax with fourSP-2E aircraftand on every flight,while members ofVP815
I from Naval Air Reserve Training VP-45
four crews. flew on several
Command headquarters at The men of VP-815 were on flights.
Glenview, nL, will arrive aboard two weeks active duty |fulfilling The visiting squadrondepartedNAS
NAS Jax this afternoon for the ry tb their active duty commitment for Jax April 16 for NAS Twin

annual Readiness/Logistics Inspection 1965. VP-815 is VP-45's aug- Cities, taking with them a wealthof
of NARTU Jax. mentation squadron.Cdr. Information on the inter-work-

The team, headed by Capt. G. _. .-'... G. R. Nelson CO VP- ing of patrol flying.
P. Stokes, will be at the local his arrivalto
815 was greeted
upon
command until Sunday afternoon CREW NINE of' VP-45 returnedto The gasoline dispensing opera-
scheduled NAS JAX after a four day Jacksonville by Cdr. DavidM. tions of the Main Navy Exchange
when It Is to return to INTERESTEDIN
CO VP-45.
i exchange visit with RCAF Hume, : Service Station Building#26w111
NAS Glenvlew.
The first week of the two week be closed 28,
April
Summerdale, Wednesday
All divisions of NARTU Jax, Squadron 415 at
A Prince Edward Island. The Canadians tour was devoted to lectures on 1965, in order that steelbe erect-
j commanded by Capt. C. W. Pitt- Antl-Submarine Warfare, local
indoctrination ed for Lubrication
were given a new canopy.
man, Jr., USN, are being Inspected -
NEW OR USEDvw rides in the P3A Orion and flight requirements and general mechanical service and accessory -
| at this time except the Service .
Crew 9 was briefed on the cap operational flying procedures.The sales will be available
Information Office, which was Inspected -
abilities of' the ARGUS aircraft. second week was composed regular hours
In January.

The mission NARTU Jax Is to _____ -- __ __ ____n__ _
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state of readiness, sufficient MILITARYAUTO
Easter Sunrise ServiceDue
numbers of trained Naval Air

Reserve Squadrons, Units and
to typographical errors in
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II '; : i Stege;: HAS JAI, Goes To All Navy Tourneys



,
(Ed. Note: Word com in just at .:.:.:. . "

press time that James Steger, ItAX! : ji: -1', I
NAS JAX, won the Atlantic Regional ; SPORTS '

) Boxing Tournament in H. .>. :<<.".. ,.
Corpus Christi, Texas with TKO jt.fi .

;1 the in twominutes second round.and 36 Steger seconds will of',, .RW kJAMES i i, :jf ; ;: : 113

represent the 6th Naval Distri,
I in All Navy tournaments.) of the tournament ended In 55
seconds of the first round when
I The Sixth Naval District Box
h\\ Jim Steger, NAS JAX, fought as
: ing Tournament was held here at
though he had an early date. He
NAS Jacksonville, April 14-15
the
f pounded away at right eye
with boxers participating from r of John Cash, Memphis, until 4x
t NAS J AX. NAS Memphis.Sanfordand
.. the fight was called with a technical -

NAS Glynco. .".'... .;..'. knockout credited.
I On Wednesday, April 14, the ..i! : the
. .f' The next fight lasted until
..
I bouts got into full swing with .,. "..,'.;/. third round where it was calledIn

1 Bob Knight of NAS JAX, scoring ,, .: .:, '" 41 seconds. Gary Kirk. Mem-
Technical Knockout In the third "::" .,:.,<., ': ..i.<;:? .
: a ,' ',.'..;, ,,./'" .:. ., phis, pounded away at Fred Fordof
( round over Bob Yost of Memphis : \,.
r ? him into the
in the .. ... ..,. Glynco backing THE END IS NEAR asJohn New,
156 class. '
pound
........ ropes a number of times and rained -
Memphis, sets Jimmy Thompson. -
The second fight of the day
went to Joe Cook of Cecil Field, .c'i'J punishing blows to Ford'sbody. Glynco, up 'for the finish.
which he STEGER NAS JAX has At one time Kirk seemed The bell sounded before Thompson -
won by a decision over
won the Atlantic Regional Baring disgusted with the way things went down, but New won
of
Louis Ross Memphis.In .
Tournament in Corpus were going because Ford] the Championship by unanimous
the
165 pound division
THE FUTURE looks dim for Willie Christ!, Texas and is on his way wouldn't stand up to him. so he decision.
James Steger of JAX Navy put Wright Glynco, as "little' to the All Navy Tournament leaded: him a hand to try to stand
the attack on Chico Cisneros of
Cecil Field, to win his match bya John Allen, NAS JAX, gets set him up. The fight was called and
to unlease of the blows that
one
*
decision. Kirk won it by Technical Knockcut. -
led him to the third round TKO. The second day of boxing was .
The 178 pound class went to for the Championship with win-
Gary Kirk of Memphis"over El- Christi, The heavyweight bout left a lot I
ners advancing Corpus
The heavyweight winner was to be desired In the first two
bert Reed of NAS JAX, when Texas for the South Atlantic Re-
New of who won rounds the two boxers. John
Kirk started a furious attack on John Memphis, The winners of the Re- as I
by a technical knockout in two gionals. New, Memphis and Jlnimy
the first[ round to score the first glonals will then travel on to the ,
knockout of the tournament in minutes and eleven seconds of the All-Navy Tournament to be heldIn Thompson, Glynco, seemed to be
second round over inexperienced just feeling each other out. The
two minutes and six seconds of San Diego, Calif.Approximately .
that round. Gil Domlngulz of NAS Jax. 400 people third round! opened with a bang

Y ?eye d that brought the roaring crowdto
turned cut Thursday, April 15,
their feet as New launched a
to witness one knockout three 4wi +
hard right that Thompson Into
TKOs, one decision and one of the
the ropes. Following up his open
shortest bouts of the tournament.
er, New began to pummel
John Allen,the smallest fighterof
Thompson Into the ropes and cor-
the tournament standing about
ners as though he had a grudge
+ rep
5 ft. 6 Ins., fighting for JAX
against Glynco. It appeared that
I Navy finally got under the sting-
New would have ice
Ing jabs of Willie Wright who Thompson on
before the round but the
stood about 6 ft. 1 Ins., from s n, was over,
bout ended with both fighters still
.
Glynco, to land some brutalpushes
ny" 4W standing, and as everyone suspected -
to score a technical
knockout in two minutes and 14 MEMPHIS FALLS- Bob Knight, New won the fight by an

seconds of the third round. NAS JAX, pounds away at Bob unanimous decision.
Yost, in the third Trophies the
Memphis were presented to
In the second fight of the after-
round to win his first fight by a Champions of each bout by Cdr.
noon Joe Cook of Cecil Field
TKO. L. A. Menard NAS XO.
backed Bob Knight of NAS SAX

into the ropes and scored the only

knockout of the day in one minute

and 17 seconds of the first round

to take the 156 pound champion;

-, ship title.

The third bout 165 pound class,

EXPLOSIVES in small resembled that of the Liston vs.
come packages as John Allen. NAS JAX
proved to Willie Write, Glynco, by scoring a TKO in 2 min. and Patterson fight. If you blinked, .,
,
14 sec.iof' the third round, to win the Championship in his class. you missed it. The shortest fight : ,:'i.::: .';'.. '.' ._ :) '.




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. APRIL 22 JAX AIR NEWS U"The


GolfCorner" Intramural Standings IM Golf


The top five in the JM Golf
Softball standings are as follows:
Estelle St. Clair won the Wo
men's Golf Championship as a National
result of a 4 and 3 win over ScoresThe 679th 5-0
Mrs. Richard Knock in the VP-3O 4-1

championship night finals. Mrs results of the Softball Air Op's 4-2
Lee Keely won the first flight games played on April 13. 14, ICEUR 3-2
with a 3 and 1 win over Mrs. 15, are as follows: NAR1U 3-2
Charles Roders. Mrs. Don Bradt CAR 6 NAMTG 4VP45
American
defeated Mrs. Bernard Tieslau 6 Hosp. 5ComFairJax
2 and 1 for the second flight 5 Hosp.5 VP-7 31/2.11/2
honors. Trophies w 111 be present- ComFairJax 5 NARTU2 FltWeaFac 3-1
ed following the All Station Two A/C Malm. 22 MARTD 21 VW-4 2-1
Ball this Sunday. VAP-62 8 Comm. 0 FAW-ll 2-1
PATRON FIVE'S soccer team was defeated by the Sicilian soccer
Sunday, April 25, will feature Admin. 10 AFES 10 VP-30 "A" 3-2
team April 3, with a score of' 51. The Sicilian, team, sponsoredby
another of the popular Two Ball Marines 10 FAETU6FICEUR a group of' local doctors, presented the MAD FOXES with a
matches (hit and Giggle) for the VP-30 6 5
bouquet of. roses before the game commenced.VP-5 trailed by one Voyles Wins
gals and guys. Steaks and refreshments VW-4 8 Weapons 4 point at half time and through most of'the second half. With seven
will be served following NAMTG 6 Hosp. 1 minutes remaining the Sicilians scored two quick goals.They scoredone
the matches. VP-45 6 ComFairJax 5 more before tie game ended. NAS TennisTournament
. The weekly "Blitz"was won by NARTU 18 A/C Malm. 4MARTD4
Lew Chaff, Gene Graves, Jim Supply 8
, Brough and Bob Ricker. Their C&R 10 679th 9 WavesBowling Daffy Nission Of Golf

five under score held up for a one An Ineffectual endeavor by a The NAS Jax All Station
shot win over the field of ten Weiss Cops dedicated, determined and untrained Championship In the Singles
1 teams. The "Blitz" Is scheduled individual toprope an insignificant Tennis Tournament was won by
to start at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, HandballHonors white rubber spheriod SSgt. U P. Voyles, MAD.
April 24 to permit an earlier into an obscure and dlminultive SSgt. Voyles beat his opponentCdr.
finish and to avoid some of the A series of 466 carried by J. aperture in the ground with a P. D. Derr. ComFairJax.
d afternoon heat. A. Moynahan, was high for the completely obstreperous and inadequate with scores of 4-6, 6-2, and
.The fairways are rounding Into Lt. M. A. Weiss NAS Asst. regular Wednesday night kegler instrument. 1210.
shape and summer rules should l ".__..'-..... is held. h
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I
IntraimiralsBowling '
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Wives

ResultsThe f
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April 12, 14, and 15th are as f
follows:
Metros 3 Guessers 1 Blizzards ended the league
Doctors 2 AOMD #2 2 Friday night by taking four points #
Chiefs 2 Riggers 2 from the Tornadoes putting themin
Cloak& Daggers 3 Neptunes 1 first place. High honors fort f
Eagles 3 Flag Staffs 1 e week went to Irma Peterson
Cannon Cockers 2 Electrons 2 who bowled an all spare game of
I Needlers 4 Lilly's 0 182 plus a 196 and 144 to give her
ComStoreS 3 1/2 3Crewman 1/2 a 522 set.Trophies.
Molarolas 4 Play Boys 0 ,will beawarded at a
Griefons 3 AEWRON 'A 1 banquet at the CPO Club on is .
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Mix Masters 4 torch Pots 0 April 23rd.
Kingpins 3 Thunderheads 1
Owl Hoots 3 Tipplers 1 Final Standings a'. 0 -
Army AFES 4 BB Stackers 0 Blizzards 64-36
Sky Warriors 'B' 3 Cursors 1 Tornadoes 59-41 CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Vultures 4 Poll Grips 0 Monsoons 48-52 TOURNEY HOSTESS-Prrtty Actress -
Pizzans 3 3 Trailer Sailors 1 Cyclones 46-54 Chris Noel served a* official BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
Nooners 3 Paymasters #1 1 Typhoons 42-58 hostess for the 12th annual Lot 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
Avions 4 Cutters 0 Hurricanes 41-59 Vega* Tournament of Champions
Supply 3Warriors Anchors 1 at the Desert Inn Country: Club.
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