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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o ff1cia expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 23 NO. 49 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 3, 1966 I'
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Wives Club I''


Sells Auto



Tags At NAS ,


NAS lax personnel will againbe
spared the trip downtown to
purchase their new 1966 license
tags as the Navy Wives Club I 1 t
#86 Is selling the tags aboard '1
the station. 1>ell r 1 I '+I
Through an agreement with the
Duval County Automotive Licensing JACKIE WOOD MARTY RAILEY DIANA McFARLAND JUDY JONES
Agency, the club was allowed -
to handle the sales for '
NAS Sax personnel. The tags Seabees To Hold Birthday Ball
went on sale last Tuesday at .:
Bldg. 3, next to the NAS Gym
and will be on sale until April ..
20. Members of, NWC #86 are A dinner dance feting the 24th ing activities. The contestantsare Business College In Jacksonville to attack as they were unfamiliarwith
there five days a week from. 9 birthday of the Navy Construction : Mrs. Judy Jones, step- Mrs. Sara Smith of Jeanjower's the art of war and would
a.m. to 3 p.m.. to process all Battalions and the 99th An- daughter of Paul Helm CEP3, Dress Shop in Orange Park, and be regarded as guerillas by the
orders. niversary of the Civil Engineer from Cecil Field, Mrs. Marty Hiegel, Public 'Works enemy. To this calling, the
Florida tags are sold on an Corps will be held Friday Mar., Railey, wife of W. E. Railey Officer of NAS Jacksonville. The Seabees have responded in sucha
axel weight basis with an 4, 1966 at the Southside Wo Eon 2 of NAS Jacksonville: announcement of the"Queen Sea- manner as to rate the following
additional 50 cent handling: charge man's Club.Seabees Diana Mcr-arianu, wile 01 mur- bee" will be made at the dance comment by General Douglas Mac
added to the tag cost. CEC Officers and man McFarland EOH 3, May- which will feature the music of Arthur in February 1944. "The
Persons requiring title trans- honored guests from NAS Cecil port's entry; and Mrs. Jackie the "Moderns. only thing wrong with your Sea-
fers will also be able to accomplish Field, Mayport, and the Sea- Wood, wife of Michael W. Wood, The Seabees were officially bees is inat >ou don't nave enough
this at Bldg. 3. NAS bee Reserve Squadron in Jack UTI representing RMCB 614 established on Jan. 15, 1942. of them.
Sax is the only sub-station In sonville will be attending the of Jacksonville.The The name "Seabees" was derived Recruited from the rough and j
the county authorized to handle festivities. from the initials of Con- tough, highly skilled workers ;
title transfers, .A 50 cent charge Ceremonies will Include the Queen was selectedby struction Battalion (CB) and this who built America's roadsaaiit ;
is also added to transfers.Continued coronation of a "Se&ee Queen." a committee consisting Miss name was established officiallyon and sky scrapers in peacetime,
One young woman has been nominated Martha Hudson from Nancy March 5, 1942 which is cele- the Seabeeswentashoreandbi.Ilt, 1
on pay9,2 by each of the four Taylor Institution of MasseySwetkeT brated as their birthday. shops. roads, landing ne ds.1; Ey
.. .,..--., support-. Civil Engineers had been with warehouses, docks,fuel tanks rnd
"....the:: Navy('uearly, 'as.1802 when other buildings ,required to
I' Wins 2nd ConsccotiveFreedoms President--Jefferson' asked. for support Navy and Marine Corpsfar
plans for a dry dock, but the from home. '
Congressional Act of March The jobs were hard and
2, 1867, which provides that Civil dangerous and the Seabees often
Foundation's Award Engineers should be commis- described themselves as "Sold-
sioned by the President is con- iers in Sailor's uniforms, doing
sidered the beginning of the CEC. civilian work at W. P.A.wages."
Jonas N. Swecker, YN2, I AM AN AMERICAN "PROTECTOR OF LIBERTY"By Prior to the World War II, The Seabees served outstandinglyin
has for the second consective Jonas the Navy Civil Engineer Corps almost every major invasionof
year, won a George WashingtonHonor N. :iSwecfcer made use of private contractorsto World War II, usually going
Medal Award and 9100 Run, Americans, to the Liberty Tree, gather from that tree your accomplish necessary cons- ashore with or directly behind
for his entry In the Freedom's liberties. But as .you are gathering your liberties, STOP .. ., truction work. The Navy Department the first wave of troops. Manyof
Foundation *s Letter Awards stop and think, and always be mindful of the sacrifices long suffering, realized that, in the the jobs the Seabees
contest. and bloodshed your ancestors endured. THINK ., that the case of ,war, civilian con- accomplished seemed impos-
The official announcement was great fields of America were not easily cleared for the Gardenof structionmen could not be sible, but Seabees capitalized
made on George Washington's Freedom. That, not until the last spadeful of Spiritual Faith expected to subject themselves Continued 2
birthday Feb. 22. was placed among the roots of the Liberty Tree that they rested. on page
The subject for this year's And only then that fatherless children had time to kneel beside
Freedom's Foundation contest scantly marked graves and weep. Only then that women could Miss U.S.A. Tours Hospital
was "I Am An American," bathe their calloused hands, only then that young boys could lay
and Swecker's letter, entitled"I down their father's guns and be boys again. The carving and: 'molding I
Am An American, -- Pro- of America was over. Jacksonville VisitSue
tector of Freedom", won him The Liberty Tree blossomed and gave forth its fruits More During
second place$100; award.TSgt. Americans came, and they climbed the tree of liberty, they shook
Gerard R. Eder, USAF, McGuire and bent the branches, liberties would not descend; people must Ann Downey,the reigning men and Marines were from her
AFB, N. J., won the first raise themselves to liberty. Then came more'Americans' the Miss U. S. A. was in Jackson- home town, Cdlumbus, Ohio.
place $1,000 award. There were branches were bent, liberties were more easily obtained. Still ville last week for the Home Show Miss Downey made the tripto
50 second place winners and 50 more and more came, liberties'by, then were scattered about the and took time from her busy Jacksonville as a substitutefor
third place awards for $50. The ground, accessible without struggle. Schedule to visit the patients at Miss Universe who was taken
contest was open to all active Now I am In the midst of the great Liberty Tree. I am seeing the NAS Sax Naval Hospital. ill and hospitalized in Miami.
duty service personnel.Last laws grafted thereon. Worthless is any liberty that is not under Miss Downey talked with the After the tour of the hospital
year was the first time law, and law is nothing unless we stand close behind it with a warm, patients and presented each of Miss Downey had lunch at the
Swecker had entered the Free- living public opinion. Law Is liberty's bulwark. I WILL FERTILIZETHE them with an autographed pictureShe Officers Club with representa-
doms Foundation Contest. The LAWS WITH FAITHFULNESS.The found several of the Navy tives from NAS andComFairJax. ...
subject for 1965 was "MyVote- Spiritual Faith of earth that our forefathers so tenderly!
Freedom's Privilege," and placed among the roots of the Liberty Tree is now covered with
Swecker wrote his winning entry diffused weeds of false notions of liberty. By virtue of neces-
in poetry form. He says he sity it is my duty, and I will speak out against these false notions.
.Intends to enter the contest again With my Rake of Virtue, I WILL SCRAPE AWAY THESE WEEDS.
next year. And there . ., growing on the Tree, the worst enemy fall
Continued on 2 is the silent, poisonous Vine of Selfishness, a vine so con-
page cealed, and so harmful to our liberties that it is poisoning men
and making them devils. Making them independent that they are
fighting only for their own interest. Selfishness Is a detestablevice
: : hard to forgive in others; but no one is without It himself. r
This vine is forever clinging toourlibertieschoking and smotheringand
nibbling away for expedients. I will pick up my AX of SELFI I't I't
WILL SET OUT TO CHOP DOWN TIlE VINES OF SELFISHNESS. :
but . Where do I start? ... ? .
..
It was then that I noticed my own Ax, covered with rusty bits of \ ,
self love, greed, and disregard. By cleaning and sharpeningmy
Ax with the Grindstones of Prayer would I be able to instillin .. ,
others.the true respect of liberty. ''"
)1".rf'T\-\\
I am now on mv way: to CHOP chopping by showing selfless 11 % ; '
"" love, exemplifira chard, and experimenting forever with honesty. /-rv. / ':' i'i'f .
v These things will cut the vines of selfishness, and preserve our :
libertites.My MISS U. S. A., Sue Ann Downey, offers a smile and an,auto.1*'II:!'
allegiance; Is pledged that with my Faith, my Rake, and my graphed picture to sailors and Marines at the HAS Jax Naval %
SWECKER Ax, I will keep a constant vigil to protect liberty. Hospital. .:.. .


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.1 iE ;', EDITORIAL I Chaplains/ Message

: ; tattop A Military Mvsf [) ", ('(1P S e r V i ,- P "!II

Education Is vital in today's military. To assist men and womenin By Chaplain John R. Edwards, Jr.Throughout .
meeting educational requirements the armed forces operatethe
biggest educational system in the world. ROMAN CATHOLICSt. the world the season of Lent is being observed by
The foundations of military education are service schools which Whether the solemn drama of this sacred time is
train military personnel to handle specific military responsibilitiesfrom Edward's Chapeland Quistlans. the vaulted spaces of a great cathedral or of necessityunfolding
leadership to computer repair. in In the combat zones of Viet Nam the call is the
Naval Hospital in stark simplicity and take stock of ourselves and to see how far
!t i'i": i'r same to stop
{{- .:':'''' $ tti.-;; :: .;:. from our mark we might be.
f- .( : SUNDAY MASSES and view
with reluctance
(; ;S. :jh.; ;r. .. .' :, this season
11... ,;.;, "'t.oIf'-,' ,,,.,. ,, ".\lr, .\ II't'" .' R e e Hospital - 0630St. So frequently we approach time when we don't, do this or don'teat
a
'' '. ', ,' period
; ; negative
;: It a
y' n as '
$ I Edward'sChapel of self -
for acts
yh '.' I the true meaning any
miss
I I This Is to
\\t : ;' ; - 0900 & 1100 denial that.that we may practice are not ends in themselves but a means love

'/ DAILY MASSESSt. to an end. The end for 1 of our our Lord actions and being His to life in anpattgreater make
appreciation
and
Edward's:
of His.
Monday thru Friday 1130 ourselves more effective instruments
Ash Wednesday for many Christmas.
of Lent
the first day
On
f. Saturday - - 0900
g their foreheads with the admonition.
P of ashes was placed upon
9M
Naval a cross
Hospital: "Remember 0 man, that thou art dust and unto dust shalt
Friday - - 1205
reminder of too temporariness of
It was a simple
r I tIn ) thou return. .
CONFESSIONSSt. our earthly lives.
take an honest look at ourselves,
do this Season to
Edward's : If we use
well prompt us to disgust and a desireto
2000 the picture that we see may
- 1900
Saturday do something about it. Hamlet states as he was comtemplatlng
Sunday - - 0815 0845; be --
"To be not to
ending it all, having missed his mark, or
addition to formal military schools all services offer cor- 1015 1045 that is the question. Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
respondence courses in military subjects. 'Hospital: Sunday - -0615 the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms againsta

The military also recognizes the value of general education. sea of troubles and by opposing end them.'
Through the United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI) CATECHISM CLASSES Again this taking account of ourselves Is only a step to an end,
and schools in command areas hundreds of high school collegeand Chapel Annex Building 722. : that our lives might be lived in the fullness of our God given
technical courses are available. Saturday's1000 responsibilities. "To be or not to be -- that is the question"
taken from USAFI of the biggest dollar
Courses directly are one
SERVICES O man of God.
DIVINE
buys in education in the United States today an almost unlimited
number complete with texts for one basic token fee. PROTESTANTAll
Courses taken directly from civilian schools cost more but even Saints Chapel In Memoriam
.
.
here service personnel have help. USAFI offers correspondencecourses SUNDAY'S:
directly from dozens of schools at low rates. The new 0800 - -Holy Communion
G. L bill has a provision to cover the cost of tuition and books for 0930 & 1100Divine Worship
courses taken, at local schools! by service men and women on

active duty. SUNDAY SCHOOL
The education is there waiting for the men and women willingto 0930 - -Chapel: Annex
take the time and put in effort to better themselves. (AFPS) Building 722


WEDNESDAY'S


New USAF I IThe Universities SECOND------Choir MONDAY of Each Rehearsal Month Ike

0930 Chapel Women's Guild
United States Armed For- agriculture art,economics.busIness (Small Chapel)
ces Institute (USAFI) has added administration (large
four universities to it's list of selection), education (large U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
colleges and universities participating selection), engineering English Sunday's - ,- 1000
in the correspondencecourse geography, history (large selec-

program. These four tion), home economics, math- CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT. s)
schools the Universityof Alaska ematics ((1 large selection), meteorology -' ,

the Florida' Institute for Con- music, physics political -. '
tinuing University'' Studies Kan- 'science, psychology' ,; religion Today- *

sas State Teacher's College and and social welfare. Choir Practice at 7 p., m. ? ,
the University of Southern Mississippi Sunday- q ,
bring the total of par- Kansas'State'Teachers Collegeis Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. h
ticipating instltutions.10.44. Cor- a fully accredited state school Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.
respondence courses from these located in Emporia, Kansas a Comunion on the first Sunday '
schools are offered through small city southwest of Topeka. of the month. 4.
USAFI at reduced cost to the Degrees inliberalarts.buslness

serviceman.The education, music music education CATHOLIC, V
and a Masters Degreein Daily- 1 r. t N f
University, of Alaska is education are offered. USAFI 11:20: a. m. Mass '
located In College Alaska a provides reduced costs for Sunday--
small suburban community near courses in art.biology.business. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-
Fairbanks. It is a state supported education English (large select- fessions heard before each Mass.
Memorial services were held yesterday for Captain John H.
institution that offers both (very
tlpn), foreign language '
McEoc/iren who had served the '
undergraduate and graduate degrees large selection), mathematics JEWISH as HAS Jax Dental Officer
as well as professional physics, sociology economics Call Ext. 311 for informationon since July 1963. Copt. McEachren who received his commis-

degrees in Civil Engineering and geography history (large selec- Jewish Services. sion as a Ltg.{ in the Dental Corps in 1940 died of a heart

Mining Engineering. 'tion), political science and psy- Traffic Violations attack Sunday, Feb. 27. He is survived by his wile Mary and '

The university offers courses chology. daughter, Mary Ann, both of Jacksonville. "A' ,
through USAFI in accounting education r.,. .;
math- The following Is a report of AUTO TAGS .
English, history, SEABEE BALL .. '
.
motor vehicle accidents and traffic
ematics and psychology. Southern Mississippi is a state violations for the period Continued from page 1 Continued from page 1 ". ?* .
supported university located in .
The Florida Institute was established Hattie urg. It is fully accred- February 15 through 28. While tags for cars and truckscan / .:::.
by the Florida State ited and offers undergraduate Number of Accidents be purchased through the on their great ability to improvise r'
Board of Regents to offer cor- graduate and some doctorates.In This Week February 15 through Navy Wives Club mobile home and build to complete. these difficult !
28 - - -18
-
respondence work representativeof cooperationwithUSAFISouth- tags can only be obtained at the tasks quickly
all Florida schools. These em Mississippi offers Total Accident this year through downtown office. In more recent years Seabees ,'
courses are accepted by all state accounting economics coursesin February 28, 1966 - 54 Similiar sales are being have added to their World '

colleges'and universities of Florida education (large selec-psychology ... Number of Accidents through conducted at all ''Navy bases in War II and Korean War laurels
but no degrees are offered._ tion), English finance geography February 28, 1965 - -41 the Jacksonville area. by serving in the Antarctic expedition -
The,, Institute is operated from physical education(large Total number of days since Pacific Islands atomic
Tallahassee. Course offerings selection), history and math- last Injury in a motor vehicle SWECKERContlnueerom bomb testing and Alaska rebuilding -
accident - - 12
through USAFI are in accounting ematics. following the disastrous 1964
Number of ViolationsThis page 1
earthquake, .Seabees are heavily
Week - -63
Swecker is attached to the committed in Viet Nam, performing -
Speeding - - -23 '
NAS Jax Administrative Dept. both military construction -
Reckless Driving -. -1 and works in Officer's Records.He 'and civic action projects f
J A. x: A I N'fJ:: S Going through Stop Sing -5 and his wife Carolyn resideat with their famous "CanDo" atti-

Other 'Violations34 5806 Sonora Dr., Jacksonville. tude. Once again our uniformed
Forty Six drivers appeared They have three children. construction workers have made

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic HearingBoard Freedom's Foundation is an their presence in combat zones
distributed each Thursday at the U. 5, Naval Air Station, at the meeting held on March 1. independent non profit or- both known and necessary.
Jacksonville, florida the Holt Disposition of the cases Includedthe ganization not affiliated with
by Publishing Company, a
Seven lost
following: drivingand
<
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR parking privileges aboard any sectarian religious groupor
NEWS mud be forwarded to the S.rvkelnformation Office, political party dedicated to
station for various periods; One creating and building an understanding t
Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before was assigned to complete an of the spirit and philosophy BUYSAVINGS
publication. News items are welcomed (for all sourc.s- eight hour course in remedial of the Constitution and

Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. driving at NA TIC:' Two were the Bill of Rights to inspiring -
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries assigned to complete a six love of freedom and
concerning such should be directed to hour course in remedial drivingat to supporting the spiritual unity
The Holt Publishing Company 3649 Philips Highway' Jax Police Academy Four born of the belief that man is
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207 Telephone 359-4040 received suspensions Fifteen 'a dignified human being. '
were given warnings; Sevendls- The Letter Awards Programis BONDS
missed Eight fined ( U. S.
;
VOL. March 3 1966 pan of an annual program
23 WO. 50 APage
Commisioner); and Eight refer- that generates a better under-
red to commanding officers for standing of the American way of
possible disciplinary action. life.

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NATTC : Ffowic Carter '''i\;; : i


I Behind The SceneBy j;;' : v Uses Zip Cods jToHvrryServici' .

Idell Fondingsland I
"The Ambassadors of Rhy- 1st Lt. was selected honorman
thm", NATTC's newly formed and Company Commander of
orchestra, made it's debut Saturday Leadership class of 66 B. He 1 Washington, D. C. (NAV-
at Captain's Inspection. The won the competition with a score NEWS) . The Navy Finance
Ambassadors' performance was of 94.40 and a total of 1,416.03 z Center, Cleveland Ohio, has
well received by all the guests points. Gary L. Monigold AA, of developed, procedures pro.
and NATTC personnel. AO Support came in second and __ grams for the Implementation of
third place went, to Ronald L. Zone Improvement Plan (ZIP)
NATTC 's Library is in tune Nelson, SA, of NATTC Per- t' '" Codes for military allotment
with the season with its displayof sonnel. "' : ".. checks, bonds, and retired pay
books for Lentin reading. The Graduation ceremonies were ',,," checks.
display includes books from all held Friday in King Hall. Class :' 'I'i. -: '. This program will provide
religions. 66 B consisted of non rated d. faster and better service to recipients -
men from NATTC NARTU,Naval 4 and is in 1 keeping with
Clive M. Hammond SN, of Hospital. NAS and Cecil Field. the Post Office Department's ,
improvement program. 3 ,I
The Finance Center provides.>'
-Inlet Marina disbursing service for approximately -
840,000 Navy members,
AND IOATYARD both active and retired. In terms

Hew Fictery-Trtlitel Mncrilstr Sank ] the of monthly Center's volume computer processing system is- ,

MERCURY SALES t SERVICEROATSMOTORSTRAILERS CAPTAIN J. R. MACKROTH, Commanding Officer of HAS Jax, sues some 1,064,000 allotment ,
presents Mr. Capers D. Griffith with a replica plaque of the checks 100,000 U. S. Saving
station Insignia. Mr. Griffith who/ works In the Planning D// Bonds and 170,000 retired paychecks I
Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways vision of the Supply I Department designed the Insignia.I .
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET The conversion to, and main- \

U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH I Buy Savings Bonds | include tenance,of ZIP, magnetic coding for tape all files Navy to
ORANGE PARK PHONE 264-9!1331 military personnel within the

LBBBgnB.IBHaM| K Ba BHKBBi JCB-B..BB __i aHBMBBBiJ prescribed time frame, pro-. .
vided the Finance Center with a
real challenge. To handle the
situation, a time phased action
'plan was developed which would
provide total implementation by
June 1966.
During the initial phase inNov-;.
ember 1965 instructions were
a mailed on schedule to all recipients '
requesting prompt sub-
mission of their ZIP code. From
December 1965 through February
1966, these codes were used to ,
update the allotment and retired

WHEN YOU TRA VEL : pay tape.files By maintained March 1966ZIPcodeswill on magnetic E

be printed from these

1. Drive hwi tt Grtti Core Sprligs. IBBBH records slmillar on all procedure checks.A Is being

2. Drive,ouo If CliytM Revels Tf p Quality Used Cm II.... Top Quality followed ZIP code for_ on the U.Inscription S. Savings of ;,

3. 'Drive tctiiMkiNy.. nd. <*af rt.hly for yours ft ciRilP.S. ) will Bonds.be effected This sequence during the of period events ',

USED CARS January 10, 1966 through June
NOBODY ndmtHs ClAYTON RiVELSI 1966. Thus by the end of June
all bonds and checks issued
.,, ... .... .... I will be,sorted and mailed by ZIP
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Education is vital in today's military. To assist men and womenin By Chaplain John R. Edwards, Jr.

meeting educational requirements, the armed forces operatethe
biggest educational system in the world. ROMAN CATHOLICSt. the world the season of Lent is being observed byChristians.
The foundations of military education are service schools which Throughout Whether the solemn drama of this sacred time[ [is

train military personnel to handle specific military responsibilities Edward's Chapeland .in the vaulted a great cathedral or of necessity
from leadership to computer repair. unfolding in i tte'SSat zones of Viet Nam the call is the
Naval Hospital in stark simplicity take stock of ourselves and to see how far
: and
1'.r, ; '' 1 same w stop
,' !i\i'\ : _t ':i "':" \''':'' ; from our mark we might be.
SUNDAY MASSES and viewit

\16, ..)..... :":', ;t.-- '''' ,.?\....,'",':'\..,..',.,' ;::" : r'R e e Hospital - - 0630St. ,. So frequently we period approach, a this time season when with we don't reluctance do this, or don't
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negative
> ,. Edward's as a of self '-
,I that.. This is to miss the true meaning, for any acts
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:; Chapel - 0900 & 1100 eat but
\ : : ; denial that we may practice are not ends in themselves a means love
eoo. The end: of our actions being to develope a greater
DAILY MASSESSt. to an for our Lord and His life in an attempt to make
and appreciation
Edward's:
of His.
effective instruments
thru Friday 1130 ourselves more
Monday On the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday, for many Christmas,
Saturday - - 0900
their foreheads, with the admonition
'. ashes was placed upon
Naval a cross
Hospital: '
dust shalt
dust and unto
"Remember 0 man, that thou art ,
Friday - - 1205
thou returnIt was a simple reminder of the temporariness of

CONFESSIONSSt. our earthly lives. '
take an honest look at ourselves
Edward's : If we do use this Season to
well prompt us to disgust and a desireto
2000 the picture that we see may
- 1900 -
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Saturday do something about it. Hamlet states as he was comtemplatil1'6ending
Sunday - -- 0815 0845; be --
"To be to
not
It all, having missed his mark, or
In addition to formal military schools, all services offer cor- 1015--0615- 1045 that is the question. Whether 'tis nobler In the mind to suffer

respondence courses In military subjects. Hospital: Sunday the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms againsta

The military also recognizes the value of general education. sea of troubles and by opposing end them.'
Through the United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI[) CATECHISM CLASSES Again, this taking account of ourselves is only a step to an end,
and schools in command areas, hundreds of high school, collegeand Chapel Annex Building 722. : that our lives might be lived in the fullness of our God given

technical courses are available. Saturday's1000 responsibilities. "To be or not to be -- that is the question,"
Courses taken directly from USAFI are one of the biggest dollar
God.
DIVINE SERVICES 0 man of
buys in education in the United States today an almost unlimited
number complete with texts for one basic, token fee. PROTESTANT

Courses taken directly from civilian schools cost more' but even All Saints Chapel In Memoriam.
..
have USAFI offers
here service personnel help. correspondence SUNDAY'S

courses directly from dozens of schools at low rates. The new 0800 - -Holy Communion -,-.-- i1a
G. L bill has a provision to cover the cost of tuition and books for 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship ?

courses taken,, at local school by service men and women on

active! duty. SUNDAY SCHOOL f;
The, education is there, waiting for the men and women willing 0930 -0 -Chapel: Annex
to take the time and put in effort to better themselves. (AFPS) Building 722 ''lEI


WEDNESDAY'S

New USAFIThe I Universitiesagriculture ------Qoir Rehearsal a q

SECOND MONDAY of Each Month '
0930 Chapel Women's Guild Sp'a
United States Armed For- art,economics,bus. (Small Chapel)
ces Institute (USAFI) has added mess administration (large

four universities to it's list of selection), education (large U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL : -V : :_ .
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colleges and universities participating selection), engineering English, Sunday's - 1000 : .' _______
______
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in the correspondencecourse geography, history (large selection -

program. These four ),, home economics, math' CECIL'FIELD
schools, the University Alaska, ematics (large selection). meteorology .

the florida' Institute for Con- mUic, physics, (political PROTESTANT, '
tinuing University' Studies;, ,Kan- :science, ':psychology,' 'religion +. ', Today- -*
sas State Teacher's College and and social welfare. Choir Practice at 7 p., m.
the University of Southern Mississippi Sunday-
bring the total of par- KansasStat&Teachers College Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.

ticipating institutions 44. Cor- is a fully accredited state school Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.
respondence courses from these located In Emporia Kansas a Comunion on the first Sunday
schools are offered through small city southwest of Topeka.' of the month.

USAFI at reduced cost to the Degrees Inliberalans,business,
serviceman.The education, music, music education CATHOLIC
and a Masters DegreeIn Dally- "
University of Alaska is ; education are offered. USAFI 11:20 a. m. Mass

located In College, Alaska, a provides reduced costs for Sunday-
small suburban community near courses in artbiologybusiness, 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-

Fairbanks. It is a state sup- education, English (large.select- fessions heard before each Mass. Memorial services were held yesterday for Captain John H.
ported Institution that offers both (very
tion), foreign language
undergraduate and graduate degrees large selection), mathematics, JEWISH McEachren who had served as the HAS Jax Dental Officer

as well, as' professional physics, sociology, economics, Call Ext. 311 for informationon since July 1963. Capt. McEachren who received his commis-

degrees in Civil Engineering and ( selec- Jewish Services. sion as a Lf/g./ in the Dental Corps In 1940 died of ,a heart

Mining Engineering. 'tlon), political science. and psy- Traffic Violations attack Sunday, Feb. 27. He is survived by his' wife, Mary, and
.
The university offers courses chology. daughter, Mary Ann, both of Jacksonville. .
through USAFI in account ,ed- t ,
ucation, English, history, math- The following is a report of AUTO TAGS SEABEE BALL ,.:-:
motor vehicle accidents and traffic ,
ematics and
psychology.The Southern Mississippi is a state violations for the period Continued from page 1 Continued from page 1 ; "
supported university located in :, .
15 through 28.
Florida Institute was established Hattiesburg. It Is fully accredited February While tags for cars and truckscan / I ',
by the Florida State and offers undergraduate, Number of Accidents be purchased through the on their great ability to Improvise : "
Board of Regents to offer cor- graduate, and some doctorates.In This Week February 15through Navy Wives Club, mobile home and build to complete these difficult -:,',
28 - - -18 '
: -
respondence work representativeof cooperationwithUSAFISouth- tags can only be obtained at the tasks quickly
all Florida schools. These ern Mississippi offers Total Accident this year through downtown office. In more recent years Seabees
coursesIn
February 28, 1966 - 54
courses are accepted by all state accounting, economics Simlllar sales are being have added to their World
,
colleges'and universities of Flor- chology, education (large selec-psy- Number of Accidents through conducted at all 'Navy bases In War, II and Korean War laurelsby
'ida but degrees offered. February 28, 1965 - -41 the Jacksonville area. in the Antarctic -
no are tion), English, finance, geo- Total number of days since serving expedition
The Institute is operated from Pacific Islands atomic
graphy, physical education(large
last injury in a motor vehicle
Tallahassee. Course offerings selection), history, and math- SWECKER'Contlnuedlrom bomb testing and Alaska) rebuilding -
accident - - 12
through USAFI are accounting, ematics. 1 following the disastrous 1964
Number of ViolationsThis page
earthquake ,Seabees are heavily
Week -- - -63
Swecker Is attached to the committed in Viet Nam, performing -
Speeding - - -23 '
NAS Jax Administrative Dept. both military construction -
Reckless Driving - -1 and works in Officer's Records.He and civic action projects
'
,JAX A.IFt :NEW'STh. Going through Stop Sing -5 and his wife Caroiyn resideat with their famous "Can Do" atti '

Other Violations34 5806 Sonora Dr., Jacksonville. tude. Once again our uniformed
Forty -' Six drivers appeared They have three children. construction workers have made

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic HearingBoard Freedom's Foundation is an their presence in combat zones

distributed each Thursday at the' U. S. Naval Air Station, at the meeting held on March 1. independent non profit organization both known and necessary.
of the includedthe
Disposition cases
Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a following: Seven lost drivingand not affiliated with
private firm. All Copy submitted for' use in the JAX AIR parking privileges aboard any sectarian religious groupor
NEWS must b. forward.d to the Service Information Office, political party dedicated to
station for various periods; One creating and building under- a
an
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before was assigned to complete an standing of the spirit and philosophy BUY
publication. News items or. welcomed for all sources- eight hour course In remedial of the Constitution and

Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. driving at NATTC;' Two were the Bill of Rights to inspiring -
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueries assigned to complete a six love of freedom and

concerning such should be directed to hour course in remedial drivingat to supporting the spiritual unity SAVINGSBONDS

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips lllfihw y, Jax Police Academy, Four born of the belief that man Is
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207. Telephone 359-4040 received suspensions, Fifteen a dignified human being. '
were given warnings; Sevendis- The Letter Awards Programis
missed Eight fined ( U. S.
March/ 3 1966 ; part of an annual program
VOL. 23 NO. 50 Commisloner) and Eight refer-
; that generates a better understanding -
red to commanding officers for of the American way of
possible disciplinary action. life.


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NATTC : Frame CfHttr '.,1-\: I

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The SceneBy ?bfQ: Zip -.: .

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By I Idell I Fondingsland, SN a.4 To Hurry Service
Ambassadors of Rhy- 1st Lt. was selected honormanand r
thm", NATTC's newly formed Company Commander of
orchestra, made it's debut Satur- Leadership class of 66 B. He Washington., D. C. (NAV-
day at Captain's Inspection The won the competition with a score NEWS) The Navy Finance
Ambassadors' performance was of 94.40 and a total of 1,416.03 Center, Cleveland Ohio, has
well received by all the guests points. Gary L. Monigold AA, of t developed, procedures and pro-
and NATTC personnel. AO Support came in second and grams for the Implementation of
third place went, to Ronald L. ", Zone Improvement Plan (ZIP)
NATTC 's Library is in tune Nelson SA, of NATTC Per- ) Codes for military allotment
with the season with its displayof sonnel. "'(hl'' checks, bonds, and retired pay
books for Lentin reading. The Graduation ceremonies were ', IIt' checks.
display includes books from all held Friday in King Hall. Class : ,: This program will provide
religions. 66 B consisted of non rated .t'.. faster and better service to recipients -
men from NATTC, NARTUNav \11Io.' and is in keeping with
Clive M. Hammond, SN, of al Hospital, NAS and Cecil Field.Ift'let -3 the Post Office Department's
improvement program. ,: !
.R The Finance Center provides'/
Marina disbursing service for approxi- .
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+ mately 840,000 Navy members,
AND BOATYARD both active and retired. In terms
] of monthly volume processing,
Nw Fitttry-Trriiad Mtrcralsir Smkc
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the Center's computer system issues -
MERCURY SALES & SEIVICE10ATS.MOTORS.TUILERS CAPTAIN J. R. MACKROTH, Commanding Officer of HAS Jax, some 1,064,000 allotment
presents Mr. Capers D. Griffith with a replica plaque of the/ checks, 100,000 U. S. Saving ':
__ station Insignia. Mr. Griffith who_ works In the Planning DI.' Bonds, and 170,000 retired pay III
Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways vision of the 'Supply I Department designed the insignia.I / checks. ,'
The conversion to, and maintenance '
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USNRE'TNIG1lWAY
U.S. 17 SOUTH Bonds include ,of ZIP, magnetic coding for tape all files Navy to #
ORANGE PARK PIIONE 264-9f t35l I Buy Savings ] military, personnel within the. f
prescribed time frame, pro-, '
vided the Finance Center with a
real challenge. To handle the !,
situation, a time phased action
plan was developed which would
provide total implementation by
June 1066.
During the initial phase inNov-:.
ember 1965, instructions were
WAYST0 mailed on schedule to all recipients ,
requesting prompt sub-
mission of their ZIP code. From
December 1965 through February
1966, these codes were used to I
update the allotment and retired

WHEN YOU TRAVELS pay tape.files By maintained March 1966ZIPcodeswill on magnetic I 1\\

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1. Drive Jowl. U Groom Covt Sprints. mm f mmm mmmmmm mmfm records A slmlllar on all procedure checks. is being !\

2. Drift.omo of Cliytta Rtvtls Tfp Quality' Used CHi ..... Top Quality followed ZIP .code for_ on the U.Inscription S. Savings of : t

3.Drhrft tctMtafciNy iii* ctHf.t\rffriy! for, yours U coresP.S. will Bonds.be effected This sequence during the of period events,.,

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I NARTU News -& ViewsThe NATTC Chief Promoted To Warrant Officer:: [j

Community of Orange Lcdr.
Murphy has been
Park, Fla., recently held their traveling extensively< abroad A navyman at the Naval Air WO 1 Zeigler will report Aviation Officer's Management I
Mardi Gras celebration.As during the summers and has Technical Training Center witha to Naval Air Training Command Course. The four week classIs
a major part of the cele- visited countries In the Middle "never slack off" attitude kepta at Pensacola for an eight week scheduled to begin May 31.
bration, a parade was held with East Asia, Latin America ,and family tradition going with his Aviation Officer's Introdoctrina- WO 1 Zeigler will repon to
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many entries representatives of Europe. He resides in Coral appointment to Warrant Officer tion Course March 24.Upon completion the carrier Lake Champlain .
units aboard NAS Jax. Gables Fla. and Is an Investor. Tuesday morning. of the' course t he will (CVS 39) which is homeported l
Taking pan in the parade for He is Hagood A. Zeigler repon back to NATTC for an in Newport, Rhode Island Jn July.IH .
NARTU Jax was the "Fly Navy" ********** Officer iI
a former Chief Petty ,
Officer Procurement Chrysler The Recruiting Department at and instructor at NATTCs Aviation -
Convertible donated annually by NARTU Jax Is looking for men Ordnance Class"B"*School, t
the Navy League to the unit, who are Interested In coming'on who was appointed WO -1,Aviation -
and the miniaturized "Model T" active .
duty as a "stationkeeper" Ordnance Technician.WO
Recruiting Vehicle. at one of the eighteen Naval
The passengers in the con- Air Reserve stations or unites 1 Zeigler has never
vertible were Sharon Billings throughout the United States. failed a rating exam during his
SR, Leonard Martin JO2. and The following rates are open forrecruiting 14 years of naval service and
Georgia Kovach SR. Drivingthe in the TAR Program attributes his rapid climb through
convertible was Walter Wag- PN1. PN 2, PN3 J02 J03 the ranks to "Being perssistent torr
ener,J02. ADR3 ATR2, ATR3, ATN2 never ,slacking off and havinga :
The driver of the "Model T" ATN3, AX3, AE3, AMS3, AMH3, very strong, desire to move :;', I
was John Judah a representativeof AME3, PR3 TD1, TD3, AK1 ahead." !_ ,
the Navy League sponsoredSea AK2, DT3. SDI, SD2, and, SD3.
Cadets which is supported Individuals who are interested He said that a number of his rIi y
by NARTU Jax. in this program may canNARTU's uncles on his father's' side of / D i
the family, are retired Navy Chief
Recruiting Department ..
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********** ,.. : tw
Warrant Officers and that It -f
at extension,361 aboard the Naval .. ,'.. '
Lcdr. John J. S. Murphy Air Station for more Information. was his ambition 'to follow in "', Iat' ,
USNR Leadership Officer of their footsteps even before he ( < ,' .L _
Anti Submarine Squadron 741, graduated from South Carolina's ,:
********** .
addressed enlisted personnel of Summerville High School. 1
NARTU Jax on the subject of Congratulations' were in order KEEPING WITH an old Naval tradition, newly appointed W
"Communism and Personnal for two members of Ami- Submarine He enlisted In the Navy in Warrant Officer Hagood A. Zeigler gives a dollar to the first
Travels in Communist Count- ,Squadron '742 recentlyas October 1952. His first try at man that salutes him. But ,wait a minute, that's Aviation Ordnance r
ries. Lcdr. Murphy was taking John GJacksonwasadvanced Third Class Petty Officer resulted -
Chief Petty Officer Hagood A. Zeigler salutlnglll/ (This
pan in his annual two 'weeks to AMCS and Lewis S.Newman in him being quoted. It bit of trick/ photography of getting the same man twice on one
of active withNAR- III A took six and half
duty training ATN3 and awarded his a yearsto
of film NA TTC's Rich
performed photographer
TU. aircrewman wings. close the gap between Second piece was ,
and! First., He was advanced to ard J. Bottcher, PH2.) WO-7 Zeigler was'appointed/ the rank
Chief Petty Officer January 16, of Warrant Officer Tuesday morning In the office/ of Naval Air
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I'' Called Instrument Of Social Change'By 4s


Veterans Administration ExecutiveCivil


service exists not onlyto many years it has improved as In the new science of social en- ,
serve but as an"Instrumentof an instrument of service gineering."
social change" Veterans It is, and has been discovered Mr. Driver the first career
Administrator William J.Driver to be, an instrument of employee to head VA, stressedthe
recently told a meetingof social change ; a kind of com- leadership role of civil ser-
employees In Washington, bination lever by which large vice in social change and pointed -
D. C. and somewhat recalcitrant social out that several areas whreit
"Civil service exists to tasks can be accomplished and has made significant inroads.In .
I serve," he said. "And for an example of what can be done equal employment opportunity -
he said, civil service
has been a leader. In his own
agency, for example, 25 per-
NOW OPEN! cent of the workers are Neg- ......:-
roes a record foremost DEEP F/NANCE. .Mr. Clarence J. Be//ov/c/i// /, deputy comptroller .
among large Federal agencies. at HAS Cecil Field, receives/ congratulations from Copf.
COMPLETE LINE OF HOME :
Civil service is also being
officer for his
commanding recent
used lever to combat 's. D. Wright, station completion -
as a pro-
.FurnishingsKelvlnator Appliances blems of unemployment and / of a course in Career Development for Key Civilian
school dropouts accompanyingthe Comptroller Personnel. Mr. Bellovlch worked on the course
FINANCING FOR MILITARY FREE DELIVERYI! youth population explosion, since Oct. 1963.Intense.
he said. A third area in

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6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. BY 'ST. JOHNS MOBILE IIOMES ployment of the handicapped,Mr. diligent personal effort vllian Comptroller Personnel",
Driver said. Mr. Clarence J.Bellovich, sponsered by the Bureau of Na-
The leadership of the civil deputy Comptroller NAS Cecil val Weapons..
CHIEF CAMPBELL'SBlanding service is also obvious in pro- Field, has successfully completed This is a concentrated pro-
viding equal opportunities for the training program "Ca- gram designed to accelerate pro-
Tenneco wom*n VU cam. rw.r DeveloDment for Kev CiT Fessional development in man-
and administrative skillsin
agment
SERVICE STATION planning and directing finan-

103rd and BkMMHng. Offers a k t a Pleas art I it tic D r. iv e and cial management programs.The .
program includes training
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GAS FOR LESS visits to BuWeps and selected
field activities. Much time is
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dealing with financial man-
.EIMII.J..S agement offered by local edu-
u. cational facilities, accredited
; AT OUR SPECIAL I ISLAND correspondence schools and

ALSO Wash & Wax Delco Batteries government operated: schools.
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-' '.Lubrication Firestone.Tires q Misuse Causes

Tune-ups ft Quaker State Oil
Useless DamageThe
Brakework General Auto Repair

ROAD SERVICE 0700-2400 SAVE $100 ( more ) on aNew Public Works Department
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that recently there has been dam-
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when the typewriter is removed
from the cabinet.the typing shelfis
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of the carriage strikes the edgeof
the desk. This results in
M costly repair and permanent
r damage to the carriage race.It .
was also cited that desk
leafs are not suitable.for hold-
I1l h I xa ing typewriters. Vibrations from
typing will cause the machine to
fall on the deck.
At Cecil Field typewriter repairs -
Busy beavers don't run around paying bills..they average four per month
,. WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA's from damage caused by:striking
open a checking account at the machines on the edges of
desks. It was pointed:out that
.' if these faults are avoided the War
on Waste will have won another
victory.iTflT.

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I .. ,clfYaAskUs' Vacancies Opt HOSPITAL' NOTES I,

In"
Navy ProgramFor
THE HOSPITAL PHARMACY: present your prescription and
>Many people from time to J. W. McDanlel Administrative Did you know that the hospital when you pick it up. This' is
time are asked to give their Assistant "Set goals and Retirees pharmacy: fills an 'average of to Insure that only eligible persons -
opinions or advice on certain try to attain month? receive medications to
subjects. This week the "IfYaAskUs" Washington D. NavNews).. 24,000 prescriptions per
them. check
A guy This is an average of approx- the correct spelling your
reporter asked some just can't get s The Navy Department announced imately 800 to 900 daily. If name and to insure that the
of the personnel at NAS Cecilto along In the recently that a limited number of purchased at retail prices these right person receives the medications -
"air their views" vacancies for retired personnelmay
on the world today would cost nearly Intended for him. Fre-
prescriptions
question: What do considerto be available this year in
you
have than
without a col- 100000.00 per month or more quently we more one
be the most worthwhile advice the high school Navy Reserve
that has the
lege educa than a million dollars a year. person waiting same
to high school graduates? tion. Today Officers Training Corps pro- It has been calculated that last name.

'. Jannelle Robertson, Navy Exchange to be some McDAN/EL/ gram. the Pharmacy load will continue We endeavor to deliver your
"I.would advise them to body, you almost have to This program Is being -instituted to Increase at a rate of ,medication to you as quickly as

.,go to college. go to college."Get under the ROTC Vitalization ITfa per year which It has done possible; however extreme care d
N o w a d ays, Act of 1964 which authorizes Is taken avoid Each
all the education you can, over the past six years.It to errors.
without an education get while you are young. Whena Junior ROTC programs. might be Interesting to note prescription is normally checked -
it is person Is young, the mind is Retired personnel chosen as that of the majority of prescrip- 'at least three times duringthe
twice as hardto wide and learning instructors will continue to receive tions filled the process of filling. This
open comes their full retired majority or 60%,
succeed.I'm easy. One thing to rememberIs pay plus are for dependents of Active Duty of course, takes time; however
the difference between their -
retired
not saying thatit this: after you get an education -. and what would and Retired Personnel; about we do not wish to sacrifice accuracy -
can't be no one can take it from pay they one third or 34% are for Retired for speed. To meet the
done, but it's ROBERTSONso you. The more education you draw If called to active duty at Personnel and only about increasing demands the Phar-
the time of being hired. In
much harder for the have the better will macy Department now has in -
living you 6%/ are for Active Duty Per- operation
addition they will draw sub-
person without a college degree make.H. sonnel. This speaks well for an Electronic Tablet
than it is for the person with M Knox DTC; Dental sistence and housing allowanceas the health of our active. duty Counting Machine Liquid Filling
though active
on duty.
"I would tell them Machine Labelling Machine and
one."It to get as much members.
has been that the Selection of Instructors will Ointment Much of
proven education as In order to operate the phar- an Mill. the
more education one has the more possible to L!. 'I be based on recency of retirement macy,within available funds cer- medications dlspenced by the

he will earn. So it, pays to go take advantage !- educational and instruc- tain restrictions must be placedon Pharmacy is compounded by it's
as far as you can in obtaininga i : tional background,character,ap- It's operation. Amounts of staff. Practically all of the cough
better education." tunits Mail pearence bearing and individual in the
medicines dispenced to patientsmust preparations are prepared
Lt. Cdr. F R. McAllster them. oppor-I '')1 school requirements such. as be restricted to a one Parmacy Department. '

Chaplian "Even though you I mean they -. residence and certification.For month's supply, except in unusual The Pharmacy is staffed by '
detailed information the
may have a J' ''WN"",; should take on circumstances. Exceptionsare a pharmacy officer and 8 en-
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diploma' from ;t,., w "'I, their studies In KNOX Junior Navy Reserve Officers for invalids or patients who listed men. The pharmacy officer -
high school and Training Corps program, inter- Is a registered pharmacist
r I high school seriously and try live a considerable distance from
not be in I' their ested personnel should review the and the others are graduates of
) best to get in a college. Bureau of pharmacy: and are on long
Naval
Personnel
classes k" ; Education the Navy Pharmacy School.
any is so important more term therapy.The
,. more that is ...; today than ever: Instruction 16 1966. 5726. 1 of Feb.. greatest number of pre- The pharmacy is'open and fully -
,
'no, ,reason for scriptions are usually presented staffed on weekdays from 8

you to stop McALISTER/ immediately prior to and immediately .a. m.: until 4:30 p. m. After
adding to the after the lunch hour. Your 4:30'p.. m. ,weekdays on week-'
'store of knowledge both formally patience is requested at such ends am on holidays the pharmacy -

and informally. The demand: I I times. You will be asked to is open only by virtue ofa
of the world today 'requires the. New Books at Library show your I. D. card when you' one man pharmacy watch.

ability to use and apply factsto ,

varied situations." by Sharon Arnold, Librarian CAN YOU GET:
D. Knudson, SA: ; Dental.-

"Try and go to a college. You REPORTED TO BE ALIVE by NORTHWARD THE COAST by CHANNEL- 17 ON YOUR

should go to Grant Wolfklll. With a foreword Edward' Lindall. A novel of SET NOW?

school as longas from Senator Robert F.Kennedy.In escape and pursuit In the trop- I IF NOT see

you possibly May 1961 Grant Wolfklll was ical wilderness, of the northern,
c'n. Hardlyany S: captured by Pathet Lao forcesIn Territory of Australia. Three GOODYEAR for this Bur/ s

sacrifice Laos. For a year' and a half people Santos, a Portuguese UHF CONVERTER
would, i>e too.. he their of refugee Ruth Watkins
.trrr ,was "prisoner peace'never political ;, "
.'great.. Today knowing whether he would a nurse; and Lang Bowman, who SJ ; $16 .\ .
.you just have to. 'KNUDSON ever be free again. This Is his had under taken,to shield San- ,
have a college own story of those harrasslng, tos from the police for a price- with this coupon
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education if you expect to get torture filled months before he undertake the grueling trek a- STORE

ahead in the world. Five,years, was finally released. His storyis cross the wastes of Von Arn- Nr9DlXF1 ,.. ,?,
ago all was needed was ,a high a harrowing account of one hem land to the African Sea. 5429 ; -
school education. Now that Is Amerf can's .survival under the

a thing of the past, and a college most savage and hum l tlng con BEHIND THE GREAT WALL; ..
degree In some fields is ditions. It is also a testamentto An Appraisal of Mao's China
almost a must." the enduring( strength of'the ,, by Lorenz Stuck A Swiss jour- THE OLD CHIEF I SAYS:

'"W human spirit. nalist's critical report on the
.
,. !rY. life in present-day China basedon
his travels there )in 1964.
'
THE COMEDIANS by Graham The book contains many photo- : L 0. lifctrtyetnl
Greene. A story of love and graphs'providing a glimpse Into
adventure hope and disillusion the lives of the ordinary ChI- .
set against a background of ''re- nese people.AMERICAN. 7 .ferpl

bellion and terror in Haiti. The
is English hotel own DEFENSE POLICYIN
narrator an
er from Monaco: others in the PERSPECTIVE; from colon- ,er tin .
tragi-comedy include a middle- ial times to the present by Ray- 3 .
mond G. O'Connor. Both the :
;
aged American couple on a good JH\\
immediate and futureof '
will mission; the young German present 111A
wife of a Latin;'American diplomat America are profoundly affected -
ne'er-do-well by the role of the armed
an engaging
; fir
forces. Yet the complexitiesof
his
and soldier of fortune on
business and defense policy, how It Is formulated -
mysterious ; a
own
Haitians hench- and how It is executed er.itI
host of native ,
of Papa Doc the dictator remain a mystery to many'cit-

b'r{ men or In secret rebellion against izens. This book relates the ;i I I l.atifIcatts.
him. With alternating comedy role of military factors in the ,
these nations in the only manner pos-
irony and grim violence, ,
sible to achieve understandingby -
lives are woven into a pattern ol
using a comprehensive his- _
sustained and.mounting suspence. torical approach.THERE.

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( Since its beginning In 1947, to the expert child care at the ents attending Catholic and Protestant The Jacksonville heat is fornursery for the past seventeen representative; S. Arminstead, .
the Navy Wives Nursery at NAS low weekly rates charged at the church services. gotten in the summer with the years. Civilian representative; Mrs. "'-4'
J Jax has been the answer to manya nursery. The nursery organization includes assistance of the new air con- Sally Cottrill, Navy Wives representative -
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Mother's prayer. a kindergarten, made up ditioner installed last year. The nursery Is a function of ; Mrs. Ellen Day
"I Hourly care for shopping of approximately seventy children the Naval Air Station, and its Navy Wives representative the children, for,
Over 240 children spend all available. The new playground equip CHOW T/ME./ .Arthur, Mae Bailey sets up
is also
or nan of their day in the care parents utilize the Many and a junior kindergarten ment that was recently installed Commanding Officer, Capt. J. R. and! Mrs. Vivian Wagner"' Navy 'lunch. The serves, a well-balanced' meal to the child'
.' ,, of the personnel nursery consisting of up to thirty boys Mackroth. A committee of millWives representative. nursery ,;
/' r,14II'I IV qualified staff at the nur- when social functionsor and! cost in excess of $$4,000, '
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By
""_ S i.,. enthusiasts who utilize les, and other required equip
the facilities of the NAS Hobby ment. about this time and the owner
Shop to enjoy their favorite past- Other supplies include various During Miss U. S. A.'s recent and director cf the modeling
times are very familiar with the model planes, car and railroads visit to Jacksonville, I was for- school encouraged( Sue to enter.
I Hobby Store.. building kits, paints and glazesfor tunate enough to squeeze an inter- "I thought it would be a lot of
The Navy Exchange operatedstore the ceramic enthusiast, view into her busy schedule. fun," Sue said, "but I had no
located in Bldg. 897 in lumber, plywood and other items After tamiig to the vivacious Idea I would win." But win
the Hobby Shop area, has becomeone for the wood working and and beautiful Sue Ann Downey, she did and went from Miss
of the most popular spots boat builders, and other assort- it became appearent why the Columbus to Miss Ohio to Miss
here at NAS Jax. Here the ed materials.For judges selected her. U.'S. A.
hobbiest can: find supplies needed the hobbiest who enjoys She was a fine Arts major at .
for hobbies that range from model painting, the store carries the University of Ohio when she Sue had just returned from a
building to ceramics to boat various paint by number sets was chosen to reign as MissU. five week around the world
building.One of all sizes. The store also hasa S. A.Wnen. tour with Miss Universe. "If
of the more popular hob- complete line of brushes for I asked her how it all you have never crowded the world
L bies recently ''Introduced by the delicate or large area work. came about, the story was inter- Into five weeks, then you have
Hobby Shop is Model Slot Car esting. It seems that .Sue decided never been rushed." Sue said.
NO TRIM NEEDED. .Joy Racing. As the slot car has The job of operating the Hobby she needed more charmI "South America was my favorite
School/, Navy Exchange Beautician proven to be a very popular Store is handled by Mrs. Pat ( found this hard to believe) place, but Rome was nice and I
puts the finishing nationwide sport, the store car- Ramirez who is very muchat and enrolled modeling schoolin enjoyed Lisbon. I also visited
touches on Wave Ava Her ries'an abundant supply of various, home among the manymodelsand Columbus. The Miss Columbus the Naval Hospital in Okinawa.

ron's newly-purchased coif cars, spare parts, control hand- supplies handled_._by the_.., store._. Beauty Pageant was scheduled There were many Viet Nam vet-
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Jax Communication, D/v/s/bn/ / :Ii', ..,J/O .. (,: were fighting for."
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purchased the wig from the -
cue's woras 01 wisaom to pot-
Navy Exchange Beauty Shop, I ential beauty constestants are,
Bldg. 25. L "Be yourself, the most important
r is be natural. Stand
thing to up

A sales manager was approached "
by several small girls straight and smile.
selling Brownie cookies. They After the Miss U. S. A. con-
offered no sales pitch so he began test she was contacted by Holly
-questioning them to see if wood agents concerning screen
they could develop one. "Whydo tests. "Being a movie star is
you' want to sell to me?" great for some people, but, It
he asked. is not for me," was her replyto
One little girl piped up. "Be- the offers.At .
cause you are so handsome! MR. CHARLES MEYER, Display Manager for the HAS Jax .l"i the end of her year reignas
,,, ,, He couldn't resist that argu Navy Exchange and his assistant Mrs. Helsen present the Miss U. S. A. Sue will
ment. In fact, he bought six Bander Fashion Models? / that modeled the swim and sportswearat return to the University of Ohio.
boxes. "There are, no brighter She wants to eventually becomea
the HE Spring Fashion 'Show at the HAS 0" Club last '
sales tools" he murmured, wife and mother.
"than truth and honesty. --- Thursday. Two additional shows are scheduled for March 8 at
Westwind, W. Winnipeg, Manitoba Cecil Field's Enlisted Men's Club and the HAS BluejacketsInn / What ever Sue does after her
Canada. March 10.I year as Miss U. S. A., I
know she will be successful,
-- -- for she will continue to stand,
.- -- ---- tall, smile and be herself.

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a. The VP 16 Enlisted Wives

Club will meet Wednesday,March
9 at the' Bluejackets Inn at 10
A. M. A fashion show is slated
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Movies. .'i : : :,T Club Schedules ,.. ,


Movies the, Mainside Theatre NASJAX tonight will be to:Jimmy .Stride SS g s ti k
will be shown regularly at 6 and
land band
and March Wilson will
8:15 p. m., Monday through Sat- "O" CLUB Music this Friday
the music
urday. In addition to the two will be provided by the Moon- provide onFriday night.
evening shows there will be a lighters and on Saturday night Mark Castle on Saturday night and
on Sunday Phil Cay will providethe
2 will be Johnny Jelinek Night.
matinee at p. m. on Saturday,
Sunday and holidays. The Hos- Tuesday is foreign dish night music. Game night is every Ads should be. mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
featuring 3649 Philips llwy., Jacksonville. Florida, 32207, to arrive
Theatre will have gourmet treats from
pital one feature Wednesday.CECIL
f/ELD not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
at 7 p. m. many lands. This Tuesday day.,Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
Cecil Field will have two shows French food will be the feature EM CLUB Tonight is bingo following week unless the publisher Is Instructed other
during the week at 5:30 and gourmet. Wednesday is Fried night. Charly King and the wise. A check or money order for the ,full ,cost of the 'ad must
8 p. m. Matinees will be shownon Chicken Night for the whole King Knights will be performing be received WITH the copy for the ad.
weekends at 2 and 5 p. m. family, and Thursday is beef Friday night. Sunday, Gill
eaters night. Bishop and the Stardusters will DO NOT SEND CASH

Thursday, March 3 CPO be guest. Monday, Tuesday, and RATE Minimum . .
CLUB Phil Cay will have : charge ((3 lines) ; .'. . $2.00
NAS Zebra In The Kitchen- the spotlight this Friday at theChief's be Wednesday "Happy Hour" will P.r ,additional line ((4 words per line}. M.0.50
Jay North, Martin Milner Club. On Saturdaythe from 5to6.
Hospital In Harms Way music will be provided by CPO CLUB Friday night thereis
John Wayne, Kirk DouglasC. Bud Clark and on Sunday the a lobster dinner for $2.25 NEW HOMES CUSTOM BUILT FOR' RENT: ORTEGA HILLS
Field The Blob Steve Strangers and Palladins will play ATbone will be served for 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens w/ 3 BR, Redecorated homekitchen
McQueen, Earl Rowe for your enjoyment in the $1.75. Friday and Saturday night fireplaces, central heat & A/C, equipped, $110. mo. Orange
March 4NAS afternoon and at 7:30 Mark Cast the Spotlighters will be playing. lrg wooded lots. Down pymts Park Realty, 264-2411
Friday, le will take over. Sunday there will be a roast din- $1200 thru $1900. -

Play It Cool Billy ACEY DUCEY Friday nights ner for 90 and a cold plate at VIRGINIA,E. BELL,BKR. NEW HOMES 3 BR, 2 B, con-
Fury, Helen Shapiro music will be provided by March 50tf. Monday the galley and pack-: 264-2488 356-2462 venient to NAS & Cecil Field.
Hospital Hallelujah Trail Wilson with Mark Castle playingon age store will be closedt The Call Page Aspinwall, CPO (Ret.)
Bun Lancaster, Lee Remlck Saturday night. Charlie Jay advisory board meeting will be REAL ESTATE 1 Free consulta- representing Naval Personnel
C. Field A Rage To Live will be appearing Sunday night. Tuesday at 1 o'clock. A tion advice. 7 days week.Homes ., Stockton Whatley, Davin & Co. k -
Suzanne Pleshette, Bradford Dil- Game night is every Sunday an! chicken basket will be served for sale, $100 Down. Equities, Ph; 771.1241 or 356-7371
taan Tuesday. Wednesday for 90#. Game night
Saturday, March 5 No Qualifying. Rentals.Homeslte
BLUEJECKETS INN Dancing starts at 7:45 P.M.
Lots, Acreage, Investments.
NAS Son Of Captain Blood POODLE CLIPPING Professional
WALTER T. BOWEN Reg. Bro- : -
Sean Flynn, Ann Todd HCMUi HUTti ker USN Retired. 384 1376 training by New York
The who started
Hospital Zebra In The Spy School'of DogS GroomlM 771 -

Kitchen Jay North,Martin Mil. it all has come in the ACADEMY AWARD SINGERS FOR $15 0215. Puppies and Stud Service.,

nerC.. Field In Harms Way flesh in the fierce Nominee/ lEST ACTOR SEWING MACHINES, left in storage ,
John Wayne, Kirk Douglas good condition, fully electric RENT. OR SELL: '4 BR, 2 B,
reality. of actual The International does everything completewith range & oven,excell value DUKE
Sunday, March 6 attachments. Yours for LOSTUMBO BI<771-0374 '
Espionage. Here BEST SELLING storage charge.; Only $15 each.
NAS Hunch Back of Notre
BOOK the world Call warehouse,.353 1946, will 1
Dame Anthony Quinn is the dirt as well could down
not lay
deliver no obligations A-I
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Hospital Play It Cool Billy FOR SALE: FORCED
Fury, Helen ShapiroC. as the dazzle. Sewing Machine Company HEATER, slightly used.Fan,auto
Field Hallelujah Trail TIE IPf thermostat, heats entire house.
Burt LaD'caster.Lee,Remick Here excitement WANTED: Ambitious man with $49. CALL BENNY, 771-0750

,Monday, March 7 sheer and naked WII II good personality.to make $100.00 Excellent weeklyfor opportunity -

Micky One Warren Beatty, and unforgettable. -=-TlE __ pan time work For fur- FOR RENT:,, 2BR comp.' furn.
Hurd Hatfield ther information... call Mr. Wil- house, Incl. ,A/C. TV etc. conv. .
Hospital Son'Of Captain liam Branham, 359-7364between to schools'&NAS 264-6884
Blood Sean Flynn, Ann ToddC. rJ 10,A...M.. and 5 P. M.
Field Zebra In The CLAIRE IINM '
Kitchen ;,JayJJprth, Martin Mil- \ WEIlEIJ ,FOR SAUU;2STORY, ,3BRS.,
'IIIU 'BR.ReDECORATED. ; HOME,
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$100 dwri. $50. : ORANGE
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Academy, Award dl, schools, Central heat,& Air, '
Tuesday March 8 PARK' REALTY 264 2411
Nominee Best Actor* 6818 Azul Q. 771-9139
NAS Operation Of'Crossbor- r-Y "Ship of Fools"FRIDAY v:;

Shophla Loren, George Peppard FOR RENT: WATER FRONT LOCKED GARAGE -, SAFE
Hospital Hunchback Of Notre ( home on large ,lot.. 3BR, 2B, for
auto during
storage your
Dame Anthony QuinnC. ... Kitchen equipped available Mar.
cruise. $7.50 mo. 398 7697
Field Play It Cool I 1st Ph 264-6485 or 2649723CEDAR

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JAX MARIN ES


GySgt. Joel FergusoiF.VT. 1

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a avy J xb COURSE COMPLETIONSThe the service and the merits of the

..J following Aviation Detachment individual case.'
Additional Information pertaining -
Marines have improved to specific ranks and
: their military proficiency by specific situations may be found

:)t' completing the courses or pass- in Marine Corps Order Series ........ -.
i ing tests as indicated: 1900 and in Chapter 13 of the ,.') I ,r. '
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SSgt. O. M. Fomer. USAFI Marine Corps Personnel Manu- If. ..
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Beginning Russian I; SSgt. H. A. f \ ., '>,

..':I,.,"' 'r. Bainbridge, MCI, Principles of al.RETIREMENT BENEFITSA 'I.. 'I
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Punched Card Data
Processing; )al-
"'! Sgt. J. D. Hart, MCI, Principles Marine who retires while in 6 .. .. ..u..;.. .
of Punched Card Data Processing his late forties or fifties should : ., "
and LCpl. W. L. Dunn, continue working if he" expectsto .''. .. ,' -9"ft'
MCI Correspondence Practices. draw maximwnSocialSecurity \ .
Pfc. W. C. Roe, Pfc. R. A. retirement benefits.
Wright, Pfc. A. R. Vasquezand Normally, when he retires he AUTHOR A three-page article -
Pfc. J. P. Stiles passed the has enough Social Security entitled"lntelllgenceand/ /
high school General Educational credits to qualify for Social Security -
Viet Nam", written by Copt.
Development Test.CAREER retirement benefits at age
FINALE Members of the Marine/ Wives Club model/ dresses, 62 ( or later). Leon Cohan, Jr., Det. Train-
suits and sportswear during the grand* finale/ of their fashion NOTES The longer he works, though ing Officer, appears In the

siowittc/ /here /last weefc. As verified by happy smiles., younger Change One to Marine Corps the higher his benefit amount February issue of The Marine
-i'' models In foreground were eager participants./ / Order 7220.24 has increasedthe would be when he reaches Social Corps Gazette. Capt. Cohan'sarticle
number of personnel eligiblefor Security retirement age. calls for more training
the Variable Reenlistment A retired Marine who for a for Marine Corps intelligence

I. BUY SAYINGS BONDS]I Bonus.This change provides for has substantial low earnings length in of employmentor time.either of officers problems and gives he encountered account

entitlement of the VRB to Marines has stopped working in .
possessing VRB eligible M:>S's employment the earnings from while// serving as an Intelligence
in the 03,08 and 18 OccupationalFields which are taxed by Social Security officer during his recent -
See Your', who are serving in author would qualify for much smaller tour in Viet Nam.
ized T/0 "B" billet. benefit amounts than a retired
U.S. ROYAL TIRE DEALER
Personnel serving tnthesebil- Marine who has maintained relatively fill
men are falling to.
irQ For lets will be considered as being higher earnings, and has out reports forms correctly.
utilized in their primary skill. continued to work regularly in

The BEST TIRE ATTENTION RETIREES ployment.Social Security taxed em- State veterans Edward commission B. Adkin administrator -

Voluntary retirement at the In computing the that men have submitted -
average reports ,many
BUYS UNDER THE SUN request of an officer or enlistedman yearly earnings" Social Security their application with the
the have
prior to time they
normally uses five years less armed forces certificate completed -
the vested right to retire is sub- than the number of years elap- and signed by their com-
ject to approval of higher sing after 1936 or 1951 whichever manding officer, but have
4 PLY GUARDIANFACTORY authority. will give the higher bene- neglected to have their signatureon
Many factors are used to es-
fit
tablish lines amount up to the tear the the form notarized.
policy guide upon
individual reches age 65 ( 62
FRESH 1966 FULL 4 PLIES/ALL NYLON which the approval or disapprovalis for women.) However, the attorney
PREMIUM TUBELESS CONSTRUCTION based.In general here in Illinois has held

WITH/ NEW WRAP AROUND TREAD/ order to clarify the service MARINE WIVES/ that the form must be notarizedby
officialof
' a notary public or an
required to attain the vested rightto A meeting of the Marine Wives the armed forces authorizedto
: Guardian PREMIUM II Nylon Tirest voluntarily retire, the follow- Club will be held at 8 p.m., act as a notary public,' he
ing was extracted from Sec-
in Building 400, Naval Air Station said. "This must be done on
Navlnst. 1811.3G: on Monday March 7. All Marine the portion of the form

"An officer of the Regular Wives are invited to this meetingand designated for this purpose."
Navy or the Regular Marine those desiring transportation Information and applicationsmay
i 95 Corps has a vested right to retire are requested to call 771 -8328. be obtained from the Illinois -
An election of officers will be Veterans Commission,221
voluntarily when he has com- held at this meeting.The W. Jefferson Street..Springfield,
pleted at least 40 years of active Fashion Show held for the Ill. 62705.
duty. An enlisted man of the Marine Wives last week was a
y (PLUS TAX)I Regular Navy or Regular Marine tremendous success, and the
( EASt assistance of those who parti-
?! Corps has a vested right to cipated In making the show a HELD OVER
TO. 650 x 13 retire voluntarily when he has success is appreciated.
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V prices plus tax retirement 1st Lt Kenneth S. Guinn, 5
and smooth tire off short of these service
who is now serving as Aviation
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a basis of the overall needs of Adjutant. Including
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D/sc/i/nger With Army In Inter service
FfeM Trial


I SubLant Makes It Three Straight In AllNavyThree Drawings S.ffF


.r Fri. Night

time All Navy bas- representatives were not In but straight All Navy crown last Pensaoola's Dick Coven came
ketball champions SubLant has it was learned that a definite Saturday when the team bouncrd off the SubLant bench with a Drawings for bracings in
its work cut out for this weekin member of the second NAS Cecil Field Rod
Army team would back from an early 93-86 10 point scoring barrage to put
the Interservice Championship be Terry Dischlnger NBA star loss to Great Lakes. the Submariners in from of Great and Gun Club field trial will '
being played at NS Norfolk.At for Baltimore Bullets. Lakes for good in the second be held tomorrow at 8 p.m.
press time all the service Sub Lant copped Its third' The Submariners came on half. High scorer for SubLantwas In the Duval County Road
strong against Great Lakes Mike Barrett with 22. K. C. Patrol Courthouse on Bay St.
last Saturday final after being Burton led all scorers with The entries for the two
Get Well Soon Frank behind in the first 12 minutesof 30 points. day four stake, event will
play to win 88-71. A Bunon was unable ,to play be open until the drawings..
This newspaper and the people in sports at NAS Jax and NAS turn away crowd flocked to the with the Navy ,team in the In- All entries mustbe represented -
Cecil would like to send a "get well quick" to Mr. Frank Me tournament during the last four terservice next week but the at the drawings. The public
Caffery athletic director at NAS Jax. days of play. Tourney officials SubLant team did add five play- is invited to the event bothas
Mr. McCaffery was hospitalized last week and is presently at estimated that they turned away ers to give them what officials participants and spec
home resting. 3,000 from Wednesday's games consider one of the Navy's tators.
Those in sports would like towishhimwell and a speedy recovery. and at least that many in thenext strongest teams in quite some- The trials will begin Satur-
,three days.NAS time. day at 8 a.m. in the northeast
corner of the air station. The
Jax Judo Club gate at the corner of 103
St. and Chaffee Rd. will be
open for the trials.
To Host Meet SatThis Four stakes will be run in
the two days. These bracketsare
puppy, derby, shooting
Saturday March 5, the dubs> the Jax Navy boys came dog, and membership. A fee
Sax Navy Judo Club will host in second behind Jacksonville will be charged for each entry. t
the monthlymeeting between the Judo/DoJo. The boys are look- The rod and gun club held
",.. --:--r- -, Judo Clubs of Jacksonville and ing to do better against the more its first field trial last fall
St. Augustine, in King's Hall, experienced boys of the Judo/ with 48 entries.
;:} < : Bldg. 563 of the NA TIC area. Dojo club this time.
.J The program of instruction and Free classes in Sport Judo are
; _
.A match play is to get underway conducted weekly in Bldg. 726,
at 1 p.m. and last until approx- located one block from the NAS
imately 3 p.m. Boys taking partin Chapel on Birmingham Avenue. CanYou
i this clinic will range in age Boys Classes (age 6-16: Be-
; -H from 6 yr. old -16 yr. old boys. ginners-Sat. 9:30-11 a.m. TAKE YOUR.CAR
All interested personnel are invited Advanced Sat. 11 a.m. .. 12:30 WITH YOU ? .
to attend free admission. For financing end Insurance
Teams and clubs that will be p.m.Mens Classes: Tuesday and Stateside and Overseas. Call
present are: Jax Navy Judo Club, Wednesday evening 6:30 DYER M. BURR
Instructor J. L. Baird; St. 8:30: p.m.Womens GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Augustine YMCA, Rodney Fow- Classes: Tuesday after FINANCE CORPORATION aINTERNATIONAL
.
m est ler, Instructor; and the Jackson- noon 4:30-6: p.m. and
t w r
ville Judo/DoJo, Harvey Agee, Anyone Interested in further SERVICE
Instructor.In information can contact J. L. INSURANCE COMPANY
the team efforts of the Baird at Ext.8265,-or home phone .5615 Tlmuquona' Rd. 771-0527
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LOADING/ UP FOR CECIL FIELD. .Lff/g/ ) Ed White/ placesa / Q

clip// in his pistol while/ getting In some practice for this r =cj2 0 -.ci
weekend's Dixie shoot. White/ will be shooting Cecil Field's

team in the meet.Shooters. i
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Open Fire

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At Dixie Match Sat. l' ,


Two hundred and eighty top T. Andreas of VA-44, and J. Alfred -

military, civilian, and police pistol alternate of AMD. .
shooters will be firing Sat- The Cecil Navy team will be
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urday through Tuesday for honors entered in the SharpeshooterClass. : :

in the Dixie Pistol Championships Betts, who is the team ,l'. .
at the Jacksonville Police Range.In captain expects the strongest
the mist of the firing will competition in the meet to come
be teams from NAS Cecil Field, from the Army and ,the Marine Cure the Itch with a
the Cecil Field Marine Barracks, Corps. Already listed from these
NAS Jax, and NAS Glynco. two branches of the service are CREDIT UNION LOAN!
The Navy's Don Hamilton will teams from Ft. Benning and

be at the four day meet show- Quantico.The BUDGET FITTING TERMS ,', .
ing the form that won him, the Cecil Field Marine Bar- ..- arranged to suit needs. '*'' '
your personal '
racks will be sending a team to "
national title he won last yearat ,,
the National Matches. Team the shoot composed of 1st Lt. LOWEST INTEREST RATE '
honors in the' 1965 Dixie Champ p. A. Duffy, GSgt. J.J.Wombley,
only 1%per month on the unpaid balance.
ionship went to Lackland Air LCpl. W. E. Tate, LCpl. E. D.
Force Base, they will be back Rivera, and alternate LCpl.T.W. BORROWERS INSURANCE )

again it twice this in a year row. to try and do Raney.The Jacksonville Police PistolIs your 'loan is paid in the event of your death. .
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located on Gun Club Rd. To CONVENIENCEof
The nation's second best pis- reach the range turn left off the
tol shooter, Army Sergeant Bud Expressway atilydenRd.am then location and hours save you time and trouble

Blankenship won't be present at turn left on Gun Club Rd.
the meet. The Sergeant is pre-
sently doing a, tour' of duty in See & Heir CINEBOX MOM
Vietnam. Another top shooter. JuJ..tbnr-1"'U CoIorsttr -. fa NaflFetl ltat .
Chief George Bowen of Cecil imported n"h'fc fro"sound.ltalV. x

Field may be missing from the HAWAIIAN VILLAGE ,
action. Bowen, a distinguished DISCOTHEQUE A-GO-GO.
shooter and of the Navy's 202 lorloo Av.. Cor.Adam.
one $1-1 blothl' *" top 20, is currently attendingschool ot tho Cater Bowl ORED/77/V/oN.
In Dallas, Tex. and it is All t.pcrt .bur /SI wilheo"H"ueuf
e"ferfei"we"1
doubtf ull that he will be back in Dflc. t. John Lu".f.,fef"H till, .
town for the match. |_in 0'ten N. ovtr"try, M M."'6,""1"m ."t JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 "
Cecil Field's team will be .". ,, 6 9 l2t11taiI c Tel. 384.4121 Base Ext. 8507
shooting as a team for the first SHrSt.". Millie CCrFt. or Tel. PO J.32M, Ext. 205

time this year. Representing tLIgnat Hours: Mon.-Frl. 9:. -4:10 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30.340March
master jet base are; Lt. C. L.
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Saturday's Florida Georgia last court appearance,
Service ,Conference Volleyball Cecil has lost spiker Bob Nor-
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and Cdr. L. L. Lawton, head of the station's Weapons Dept., as the commander ac-; ,
1965 Captain's Cup for the athletic excellence in the station's intramural program.



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t TICKETS Season tickets for the
Sunday's bi weekly A meeting of all prospective Greater Jacksonville Open Golf
shoot at the Jacksonville varsity softball players at NAS Tournament to be held at Selva
Range turned into a Cecil Field will be held in the Marina Golf Course March 21-
Field rivalry in the station's gym Monday at 12:30 27 are now on sale at NAS
bracket. P.M. Tenative plans call for JAX Golf Pro Shop and Special
C. L. Betts of the the varsity to begin practice on Services. The price is $12.00
Field team won out in March 14. This year s teamwillbe which is a savings of $13.00is
competition with coached by Bob Scruggs. tickets were purchased sep-
19x to beat Cecil arately. This is an outstanding
Marine Barracks GSgt. savings for an'excellent exhibit-
who finished Hunter Air Force travels to ion of professional golf. Buy
MacDill Air Force Base this your tickets now and see the top
shooters will be pitted Saturday to begin the first ofa pros on the current tour in action.
each other this week- three game play off for the
Dixie Shoot. Florida Georgia Interservice
Karvala GoodmanWin
Basketball Championship. Play ,
/ moves to Hunter next weekend.
Lt ''' I The third game will be played HAS Cecil
< at a site;and on :.a t date to,be; .
''named in the future. GJO Pro-Am BerthsLCdr.

. many walks per game Curt Karvala of CVW -
Bunnlng, perfect game HAS, CECIL FIELD 4 and Chief Bill Goodman will
19 game winner for be representing NAS Cecil Fieldin
i # Phillies in BASKETBALL STANDINGSTeam the Greater Jacksonville Open
{I up that season? Pro Am tournament March 23
1'S ,was named the 1965 Won Lost at the Selva Marina Country
of the William Schmets- Club.
Trophy as the VF 62 6 1 The two won their berths when
# top lacrosse defense- VA 44 6' 1 they topped a field of 28
season? Jet Shop 5, 1 players in 36 holes of golf. Kar-
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I ; Philadelphia Eagles Marines 5 1 vala scored a 73 73 146 to
# '' 1# Browns played GEMD 3 4 win the officers" bracket and
I National Football VFP 62 2-4, Goodman hit 71 75 146 .in
game in 1950. Who Weapons 2' 5 the enlisted bracket.
; by what score? AMD 1 3 Ten other station golfers won
_ righthanded pitcher VF 11 0 ,3 season passes to the $75,000
major leagues in shut- VA 45 0, 5 GJO they are;Jack Wardell Bill
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Top Cars n
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Drivers Entered
Dave ColbyHIBBBBHHii

In Scbring

Then there is the deeply entangled
legal battle
going on this The Sebring March 25th
week in Milwaukee involving the Braves franchise, cities, states, and 26th entry list of auto road
a nd htceba.ll.: racing machines and the world'stop
there 1 every promisethat
And $
auto racing drivers once again{
before this legal and finan- ships, are starting this weekendat
scores an international bull-
cial fiasco is over that the fed- the Jacksonville Police Pis- in road
seye racing.
ll in tol Range.
eral courts notonly the The Sebring 12 Hour
for Top teams and
seta precedent individuals from Endurance Race Program this Y
but for all of baseball. all over the r
Braves country will be In month will be the only race in
If the federal courts take action the firing. Don Hamilton, the the world to start 140
it will be none too soon, Navy shooter who brought the of the world's fastest cars. -
baseball opens Its season In Just sea service its first honors last 70 in the Friday four hour race
,
39 days. It wouldn't surprisethis year when he won the national for International touring sedans,
writer if the final court championship, will be at the event with one and sometimes two
verdict will be that the Braves Teams from Cecil Field and championship ,caliber drivers to
play half their home games in NAS Jax are entered in the four each car and the Saturday
Atlanta and half in Milwaukee. day shoot. 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. enduro
regardless of whether either of POOR FROSH with two or more fearless 200
the two cities likes the judgement. mile an hour pilots for each car.
There are enough legal aspectS Norm Sloan, the basketball Strictly a manufacturer'srace
in this tale of two citiesto ,coach at the University Flor- the all new untried 330 -
keep a chief justice occupiedfor ida who never seems to have a P 3 Ferraris,laying low against
quite sometime and in the material problem but also never competition until the real
center of these aspects sits ma- seems to be able to break into challenge of Sebring time.
jor league baseball's future as the big time winning circle appraises Chevy powered Chaparrals,
well as the future of other,pro- the Gator's Freshmanteam 1965's winner of the coveted 4i
fessional sports'. The irony in which went 17-1 this way: Alitalia Airlines,?Fords,with FORD'S' PROTYPE (shown above In the/ /lead of the Daytona
the case is, that baseball's big "It could be that none of the 427's and 289's A poolingof Conrenf/o/j/) will/// be at 'Sebring 12-Hour Endurance Race making
boys haven't been able to han- freshman will' crack the varsitynext the best of two world race ,their pitch against a field/ / of the best cars and drivers/ the
dle their own problems.For year. Sloan says that the and engineering know how to world on March '25, 26.IMPORTEP.
better than a year and biggest jump In a cager's careeris make their pitch for the check-
four months tha AtlantaMilwaukee -. from frosh to varsity ball. ered flag.
matter has been on base- But his frosh team has a few that Only at Sebring, and that is for
ball's trampoline. Now It :has don't have to jump too far. Suchas March 26th from 10:00 A.M.to .
flipped off onto the legal floor 6-10 Neal Walk and 6-6 10:00 P.M., will all the fanareof 1 PARTSCOMPLETE
and it appears that if baseball Andy Owens, both were 20 point the crowds, glamor of inter-
cannot solve its own problemsmen performers as freshmen.But national reacing sport and five ,
someone else is going to Sloan's problem is that point two miles of test of man _.
have to. he loses only one from this and machines, will human frail- ,/1 \ ... .. ,,',
In this corner the, sympathylies year's varsity by graduation.Walk ities and mechanical faults prove -
with Milwaukee but there is and Owens should ask fora who has built the best machineIn @) ... .,,,,< .
also a bit of compassion for Atlanta "hardship discharge" from the the world and picked the right ..': '>
the type of pity, that is Florida basketball scene and enlist combination of drivers to win. : ,
extended to a rich old lady who at Kentucky where Adolph Top teams and cars enteredso STOCK Of IMPORTED
has been taken by +a first class Rupp would probably welcome far are: Dick Thompson and
giggolo. them with open arms and posi- Masten Gregory in a Ford GT PARTS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES ,.
In chess a. pawn is usually tions. 40, Ken Miles and Loyd Rubyin FOR ALL MAKES AND MODELS .
moved to protect the king. In a Ford GT40 Mark II, Mike OF CARS & TRUCKS ':
baseball, as in sports where HAS Cecil Bowlers Parkes and Lodorico Scarfiottiin ',
money is involved, franchise a Ferrari 330 P3, Jo Bonnier Btwt '

Is usually moved to protect the Carry 942 ,Into, and,tPhilldill, Jn Chaparral, and...x ;
financial vlrierestsT! ror'-! Jim Hall and ,Hap Sharp in a [38!-93311' j
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Unquestionably! 'the financialeye Chaparral. d'' : ;

of professional sports has Fla.-Ga. Roll-Off, 505 McDUFF AYE S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA', .32205Coie
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been on the new south. The -"
flirtation between the sport and 'NAS Cecil Field sends five NATTC O.lf

city has been mutual, "build mea bowlers into the Florida .
stadium that will seat 60,000and Georgia Conference roll of First place Support Service
we will move". "We havea this weekend at NAS Jax Golf Team Number Two contin- W T8
stadium and would like to havea that are carrying a hot 942 ave- ued its winning ways inNATTC's / .
team." rage after a two week 18 game Intramural Golf defeating Sup- ....
When baseball moves its cir- elimination at Cecil Field. port Service Golf Team Number AT
cus it takes everything but the Bill Lemire rolled the top
four rings the show goes' in. average for the 18 games as he three and a half to one Westikto Volkswagen, hie.I. .
All that's l left is the rings, a came out with a 192.! Al Tre- and a half Thursday after- '
few guys holding tickets for a vino, the team captain, came noon,,February 17. Sirt Tt 5.. Us Itftrt Yti try A Usri YW

show that will never come off away with a 183 average and
180., During the "second night" of
rolled
and a promoter ,trying to get Pete Henderlite a
the grounds for a ClayListonor The team; picked up two men the afternoon MAD's MFC teed VW Station Wagons
a seven-maJ1. chained triple from downtown leagues. Bill
elimination wrestling show. Vincent and Bob Maynard were off against AviatiqnElectrician'sMate 1965 Std. Wo*.,',Like'new. .' .. . .$1895
With the end of each season selected, Vincent is currentlytop Blue Tram and out putted
some team with talent that man in the Supply them four to three 1964 Station Wagon, B&1I'low, mileage., $1695,

couldn't produce a winner dur- Comptroller League with a 196 1963 Double Cabin ,Pickup R&H. ..0- .$1195 .
ing the year threatens"If you average Maynard is carryinga Last month, MAD'sNumber .
don't supPot' us we'll pack up 181 in the Bowlomatic All one Golf Team took on
and move another"city." Who Star League. cellar dwelling Aviation Electri- 0' .
likes to watch, 'a, loser'unless Next weekend the roll off movesto cian's Mate Golf Team and defeated -
they are in the department of ,Cecil Field for the finals. them sonnHlvPBBBWHW KARMANN GUI AS
the New York Mets?' 1965 ,Gbia, R&H, air cond., like new. $2195

If the Braves come south to *>P*>l>*>W>B'ii 1965,Ghia, R&II, clean." $1895

Atlanta which no doubt some- f 1964'Chi a, R&H, .. .. $1695, i'
time in. the future ,they will, MONEY IN 1 DAY 1'' f
it will mark< the beginning ofa 1963 Ghla Conv., R&H. '. jf. .i495' (

new carpetbagging era Inthe 1964 1500 '- S Sedan R&H. V ; .$1695 t.
south. 25 to 600 VW SEDANS ", .

It took 13 years for the nov- 1965 VW Sedan. R &' II. .. .. '. .$1495 'f

elty wear of off the in Itinerant Braves to ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 1964 Sunroof, Mil, air cond.. : .>.$1495 t
Milwaukee. '
How ,
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will it take in Atlanta? any purpose. 1964 sunroofs.$1350; : :
Unless a 'precedent is estab- how much you want. Pick up the cash at -your

lished soon the professionalsports convvnitnct. Someday service. J9fj3 ,Surtroof, R&H '. . . .$1195. .,-'
: world's game of musical
chairs, will soon be played at 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLANDlALj 1962 Sunroofs, R&H. 3.to choose from. $995

a twisting pace. You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. 1960 Austin Healey S rite., extra clean.,,>
$695".I
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Weather permitting it should $ tU.33 S 5.00 $355.79 s 21.00 1150 So. Lane Ave.
be a pretty fair weekend locally 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00
for shooters and hunters. 219.21 13.00 SOO.51 29.00 Open 800 8:-00, Closed on 'Sun.'
At Cecil Field the station'srod
and gun club has scheduleda 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 A1

two day field trial for bird WESTSIDEVQLKSWAGENinc I
dogs. The ,last time the, club Above interest.

had a field trial,last fall, some te; +
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' Sportsmen's-" Meetings CFMGA SchdvluHaidicipTorrre.

ii4Whistling\\ InRigging '

Slated For N. Fla. ,

The The NAS Cecil Field Men's

Pulbic meetings for sportsmen dogs prior to the opening of deer Golf Assoication'will{ sponsoran
their opinionson season, allowing a statewide 18 hole handicap tourna-
By Lt. P.. E. TMfcoc/eou to express March 5 for its mem
hunting and fishing regulationsand early archery season if a special ment on
discuss activities of the archery license is provided by bers.
Game and Fresh Water Fish the legislature; and opening the Prizes will go to the first
The Navy Jacksonville Sailing 22 at Navy Jacksonville Sailing
Commission have been estab- general hunting season one week four low finishers, these will
invitation :
received
Club has an Club "
Chamber Sailoff atNa- lished in the northeast regionas earlier next year. Other be season tickets to the
from the Mount Dora 29 Tri-Club Series
the
discussed including Greater Jacksonville Open
be
W. B. matters will
follows, according to
Commerce to participate in their vy Sax Sailing Club locallssueSportsmen 23rd through the 27 th of
13th Annual Mount Dora Regattaon A year after he put his boat Copeland Commission: Chair- urged to use March.A .
April 2 and 3. This annual in the water, "just for a test man. are will be used
this opportunity to take part in full handicap
affair takes place on Lake Dora run", Bob Marshall has finally .
the establishment of hunting with maximum of 24. Entry
monthare
Sites for meetings this
and is part of a week-end of hauled it out for a refurbishing.That's
regulations, and fees $2.50, refreshmentswill
and fishing are
activities planned to attract a probably the longest sea : The Courthouse: in Perry
large fleet of competitors. A trials in history Bob. . March 7; Chiefland School, give the Commission an opportunity be served.
March 8, Gainsvllle Courthouse : to explain the rea- The Annual Spring 36 -holechampionship
dance. is scheduled on Saturday> Jim Pantano's boat is also on
night and a picnic style lunch the beach for it's spring cleaning. March 9, Mayflower sons behind certain regulations tournament for
and award ceremony will take This hasn't stopped Jim from get- Hotel, March 10; and the Courthouse : and management programs. the association will be held on
in Lake City March 11. Copeland further seated "The the 16th and 17 th of April
after the
place on the Sunday unfortunate fire races.which tmg in ms sailing though, he'sbeen All meetings begin at 8 P.M. policy of the Commission: is with trophies going to the
Due to out crusing the St. Johnsin
"Matters to provide with the winners. A steak dinner will
Copeland: stated to sportsmen
burned their clubhouse down with
the club's Rebel a young
this the activities be discussed include continuationof regulations they desire, as be held following the last dat
earlier is
year crewmember. Jim one
t lady they do not conflict of the and new offi-
the split waterfowl season; long as tourney
will take place in the Mount Dora avid sailors,
of the club's most
with sound conservation for 1966 67 will be
prin-
municipal Park. NJSC Commodore : taking every opportunity to cast designation of wild hogs as game cers
training running deer. ciples. elected.
Dan Jackson states that off for a cruise (with or withouta animals
he would like to see a shole- crew).
: .Q sale NJSC turnout for this event. SALTY SEZ: Florida State DID YOU MISS OURADONPAGEU ATTC Player
Jim Lane stopped by the NJSC Law requires that Class A boats
a clubhouse the other night and he (under 16 feet) are required to ? Leads SpydersTo
said that St. John's River College : carry one lifesaving devicein
" of Palatka, where he is attending good and servicable condition, Before You Take Anyone's Deal VictoryA
as a student, is in the approved by the U. S. CoastGuard :
process of purchasing a sailboat for each passenger; one Naval Air Technical Train-
fleet (can't remember the class). oar or paddle and one anchor Ford MotoTama Inc ing Center student lead the
As soon as they get a little experience and rope of appropriate size and Jacksonville Spyders a soccer
they would like to take length. While not required, it'sa club in their defeat of sailors
us on for a race. We welcomeall : good idea to have a bailer HWV 17, GR N C.OVE SPtiIHGS, ?l A from the Australian ship Hobart
challenges as this gives our and some sort of signal device 5-0 at Mayport Saturday
skippers a lot of goodexperiencein aboard also. Boating is onlyas For yot" convenience we fcovc. '*sfci//e'd// o February 26.
racing. safe as you make it. Jocksonvi
Pet-
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of here is the .
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