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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 10, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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 official 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in publication does,not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .

VOl.. 23 HO. 50 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA__ MARCH JO,J966 f

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By Conn.Couple ReorganizationSecretary ,



The Commanding Officer of the Naval Submarine Base at New
of the Navy Paul H. Nitze announced earlier this
London, Connecticut, recently received a letter that involved four
NAS Jax based squadrons.The week that his proposal for a reorganization of the Navy Departmenthas
been the of Defense. andTwill become
approved by Secretary
letter was written to the not, as might be imagined, the
effective 1.
New London! various lovely sights but ratherit May
captain by a couple +
The reorganization which has been under study for the f
past
who had recently returned froma was something that we both i '
,would increase the" authority and responsibility of the
year
San Puerto Rico. felt should be expressed to the
trip to Jaun, NANCVL.MLLER,
Chief of Naval Operations and strengthen the management of theNavy.s
The Websters stated that the proper Navy official.I material -
organization.
high spot of their visit was can not describe the strong support

the strong feeling of pride they feeling of pride with which we MPwageSelected The plan is not designed to becomes the Ordnance Systems
felt seeing[ the outstanding saw the conduct of our Navymen
upon save money and manpowerbut Command; and the Bureau of
conduct of Navymen in San in San Juan. Each sailor was whichbe-
to Increase the effectiveness and Supplies and Accounts, I
Juan. an exceptional example of model As'Serviceman'
efficiency of the Navy'smanagement comes the Supply Systems
They noted that "OperationSpringboard" behavior. The uniforms were so system. The reorganization Command.The .
which Involved neat and clean that they actually commands
will bring the Navy me- two new being
many Atlantic Fleet squadrons, sparkled in the sunshine. We dicine, personnel and material established are the Air Systems
including Jaxbased Patrol Squad- observed many young men seeing directly under the control of Command! and! the Electronics
ron Five Sixteen, Eighteen and the sights at San Cristobal;view Adm. David L. McDonald Systems Command.

Forty Five, was going on at ing the bull fights with enthus- Wave Seaman Nancy L. Mil- Chief of Naval Operations. Four These six commands, replacing -
the time and! that many Navy- iasm, or strolling the thorough- '
ler of the Military Personnel old bureaus will DC renamedas the four bureaus, will
men were in port for the week- fares. In all of these activi- Office recently received the commands! and two new ones be under the command of Vice
end.In ties (as well as in the casinos), honor of being selected NAS added. Admiral Ignatius Galantin, who
disseminating the Webster'sletter the sailors were well behavedand Month"for is Chief of Material.
Jax "Serviceman of the While the Office of the Chief
Admiral Thomas H. Mo- gentlemanly. February.In of Naval Operations will not be The reorganization will enable
orer, Commander in Chief I believe that Operation ceremonies held last directly affected, the CNO, the Navy more effectively to
Atlantic Fleet, added his "per- Springboard was going on so that Tuesday, Capt. J. R. Mackroth In addition to having the opera- carry out its functions of
sonal congratulations to all hands many, many Navy men were in Commanding Officer, presented ting forces of the Navy under preparing Naval forces for \
who have participated in Spring- port for weekends.In Miller with her award and a check him, will exercise commandover assignment to unified and specified "
board, for their exemplary con- view of the fact that sailors for $50. She will also be granteda the Chief of Naval commanders. It will also ir

duct." and their behavior are often special weekend liberty in St. Meterial, the Chief of Naval develop and provide manpowerand
The Websters' letter is reprinted subject to criticism, I feel thatit Augustine on behalf of the USO. Personnel and the Chief, Bureauof material resources to
here in tribute to the is only appropriate that some- Miller who Joined the Mavy'' Medicine' and Surgery The support Naval forces.
t.,' men from NAS Sax based one call attention to,this t other: ? in July 1964 reported to NAS ',heads of these three departments ,--
( squadrons and other East Coast, side of the coin," Jax in September of ,that' ..year. Will not change. 'Other- effects'of.'the plan will '.
units that participated" in"Operation Room since reporting here and The four' bureau receivingnew be, toreenforce, : the management I
Springboard: Would you be good enough to is presently the assistant to the names are the Bureau of 'strength of functional,organizations -,- :
convey our appreciation of, an Mail Room Supervisor. Ships, which become the under the Chief ,,-of
"Dear Captain McGuiness: tribute to the proper Navy official -As part of her Job, Miller is Ships Systems Command; the Naval Material; achieve more I
My husband and! I have just within ? responsible for correctly routingall Bureau of Yards and Docks, balanced and efficient spansof t I
the past few days returned froma correspondence coming into which becomes the Facilities control; and give more em-
trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Sincerely yours, Engtneering Command the
The high spot of our visit was Mr. and! Mrs. John W. Webster Continued on page 2 Bureau of Weapons, which Continued on page 2 I


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I : Fleet Weather Facility Receivesed Essa II Photographs i,11 11During



Rumors are spreading around inform you that the device is nota Feb. 25. the hurricane season,the 'through different shades in the ,j
NAS Jax to the effect that ray gun. It is an APT Fleet Weather Facility hookedin facility will collect storm Information picture and to photograph night-
the Fleet Weather Facility antenna and because you are apt electronic equpment March 2 from the western time cloud formation. i
board the station is presently not to know what APT Is, we to receive pictures from Essa. North Atlantic through the Gulf As the forecasters collect
t wageing war against Martiansor checked with Lt. Charles Stein- Lt. Steinbruck, who is in chargeof of Mexico and the CarribbeanSea. an Essa snapshot album,
some other outer space bruck at the Fleet Weather Facility the Essa picture duplicating more and! more research will be I
creatures. to get a scientific defina- possible into the causes and
; The reason behind the operations said the information The forecasters will talk dir- shifts of weather conditions.
t... rumors is the device, greatly tlon.APT stands for Automatic received will fill important gapsin ectly with the hurricane hunter
resembling a ray gun that Picture Transmission, and! the the earthbound weather fore- aircraft, correlating surface reports Tracking hurricane for "
has been mounted atop the Operations strange looking antenna is pan of casting. and Essa snapshots.This instance the a
facility will have
building. the ground station equipment re. Essa will come within rangeof ,
NAS Jax about three timesa pictures before during and
Although it might disappointthe cenly installed at FWF to receive summer, another saleliteis after for comparsion."The .
science fiction enthusiasts weather pictures from the scheduled to go up loaded
aboard the, station, day'al'd will send along pic- red potential is tremendous \1
we must Essa II satellitethat was launch- with an Infra camerato '
',f L ,t, J",, ., "..' .,". .,. ':"+....'.!<' r." '. tures of the desolate tropicalseas tell weathermen temperatures Lt. Steinbruck said. M
where big storms ori,
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get a head start on the hurri- .
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looking at the weather from-the r
top down/'Steinbrucki'said.The "
: pictures warn of conditions in r ry.n

areas between the surface
. observation stations.

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1if i weather center receives Essa
communications fromas far awayas
/ 2,000 miles. On each 113:31
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west about 1,700 miles.
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Essa's television on signalsare

f; converted to photographic
facsimilies at the weather facility 5 .
quarters In the terminal t.
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IT'S NOT A RAY-GUN..The new Antenna atop the opera- building.

; tions building at HAS Jax has baffeled/ personnel during the Each picture Essa sends to IT'S COMING/ THROUGH NOW. .S. D. Loft, AC 7 '(left) and

I past weeks. Jax covers 1,736 miles square T. C. Be von 5, AG3, receive photographs relayed/ by Essa /I./



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AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 70, 7966
Page 2 JAX /

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EDITORIAL Chaplains Message

(Di I II I ir> e S e r,'y' tee '-,
Investment in U. S. Savings Bonds has always been attractiveto r
and that Chaplain Fr R. McAllster
service men women. Payroll savings plans providefor
automatic deduction, regular interest, and known security ROMAN CATHOLICSt. "THOUGHTS ON LIFE"There
have drawn thousands of military personnel into bond buying
is the story of the man who was brought before a judge
programs. Bonds better Edward's Chapeland He had broken a window in a home and reached
Now, Savings are a investment than ever Intereston for burglary.
Series E and H Bonds has been increased from 3.75 to 4.15 in his arm to steal a lady's purse from a table near the window.
percent. Under the increased interest a $100 Series E Bond, NovaHospital/ The defense lawyer argued that burglary meant entering the house

costing $75, can be redeemed for its face value after only seven and in this case only the man's arm was Inside.
.years. SUNDAY MASSES .. The judge agreed and sentenced the man's arm to one year in
'
Hospital - 0630St. fail. The judge added that the man could go along with the arm
Edward's then dramatically removed his coat, unbuckled -
The
if he liked. man
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Chapel - :'' 0900 & 1100
an artificial 'arm, surrendered it to the bailiff, and walked

freedom. ,
away to
DAILY MASSES We are mildly amused by this story .partly because of the unexpected -
St. ..Edward'sM : twist the story takes, and partly because there is in each
nday thru Friday 1130
of us the inclination to identify, with pride, with those who suc-
Saturday - .0900
ceed in evading the law.
Naval
Hospital. : The truth is that not getting caught does not put the stamp of,
Friday - - 1205
legality on wrong actions. We may hide our wrong doings behind

CONFESSIONS smart excuses, or become submerged in the tide, or *eVeryone" is
conceal actions by distance from the attentionof
St. Edward's : doing it', or our w
those whose opinions matter. This does not alter the natureof
--------1900 2000
Saturday
right and wrong.
Sunday. - -0815 0845; There is also the consideration that things may be legal, according -

.1015 1045 to the letter of the law but not right. There is no civil
.
& Hospital: Sunday -0615 law which says, "Thou shalt not hate", but to do so violates a

basic law of human nature and ultimately destroys' the hater.
NEW' 4.15% INTEREST CATECHISM CLASSES There is no civil law which says "Thou shalt not covet", but to
Chapel Annex Building 722: ,be unhappy because your neighbor has more than you have impairs

Saturday's1000 your ability to enjoy what you do have. There is nor civil law which
In making the announcement increased bond interest. President
"Thou shalt not allow immoral thoughts mind",
SERVICES. says tooccupy your
Johnson called bonds "the investment that DIVINE
most important any
but the person who does is opening the door to overwhelming temp-'
American make: PROTESTANTAll
can tation. (A man rarely ever does anything that he has not thought
The President said, "The Savings Bond Program is both Saints Chapel beforehand about doing).
prudent and patriotic. It is prudent because it strengthens the
'SUNDAY'S The law, both civil and moral, is given, not to provide a goal'
security of your own family. It is patriotic because it strengthensthe
''
0800 - -Holy Communion for circumnavagation, but as a guide making possible a success-
of it 'men
our in
economy country, supports our fighting
0930 & 1100 Divine Worship ful journey through life. .
Vietnam and it supports that cause of our, freedom everwherein .
It is remarkable that many people think that they are fooling
the world. It helps to preserve the buying power of our American SCHOOL
dollars." SUNDAY God. It is equally remarkable that many people seem to have
With the increase bond 0930 - -Chapel Annex forgotten that the same God who made the world and the laws that
in interest, service men and womenshouldgive
serious consideration Building 722 govern its operation is still in control.
to joining or increasing their invest-
ment in the Savings Bond Program. It's 'a sound investment in The secret of wisdom is not necessarily: the possession of large
yourself and your country. (AFPS) WEDNESDAY'S quanities of facts, or an unerring ability to penetrate the mys-
1900ChoirRehearsal terious realms of life. Rather the secret of wisdom is the ability -

Do You Care? to see and to understand that we are creatures of God's handiwork -
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month living in God's world, and subject to God's laws, and the
0930 Chapel Women's Guild laws of nature. The laws of morality, justice, and love provideus
The Case For Savings Bonds"Today (Small Chapel) with the guides we need to live successfully.



.above all is a time, for all.Americans to rededicate U.Sunday's S. NAVAL- HOSPITAL- - 1000 Voting A Right and Duty

themselves to the spirit that animated the Minutemen of Concord

--who serve as the symbol of the Savings Bond s program. For CECIL FIELD

today, as ,at the founding of our nation[ it, is freedom,which is again -
stake. Not all of called Voting is one of the greatest contributions we, as individuals
at us are upon to fight in the junglesof TadPROTESTANT
can' make to insure that our form of government continues. It
;
Vietnam, but while our men, are there in frontlines of a
distant land none of us cart remain aloof on the sidelines. We ','. Choir; Practice at 7 p. m.l\ is both a right and a duty. But how many times have you heard
Sunday- someone say, "I'm not going to vote this year. My vote won't
*
do share in men'in
must our -- every way we can -- to support our .
Sunday School 9:30 that much. ?
at matter
Vietnam. One is p. m.
sure way open to all Americans through the
Savings Bonds program." Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Yes, one vote may not count that much. But what if ten

These words of President Johnson's make the case for buy- Comunion on the first Sundayof thousand individuals said that? Statistics prove every year
ing United States Savings Bonds. the month. that many mdre do. Every person's vote, whether cast'' [in

Now, at a time when more and more Americans will be turn- a local, state, or national election, ,counts. It is their choicein
ing to Savings Bonds as a way to have a part in protecting their CATHOLIC government was founded. The mere fact that we have a choice
freedoms, the President, with his announcement of a new 4.1517/0 Daily- sets us apart from othr governments. ,
interest rate for E and H Bonds, has taken 'action to make Bond 11:20 a. m. Mass And .what of the serviceman will he'take .the time to find
buying even more attractive. The President also said: "I believe Sunday- out what he 'must do to vote even though he is away from his
that Savings Bonds are the most important investment that 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- legal place of residence? Or will he put it off until he no longer'
any American can make." fessions, heard before each Mass. has that. choice in the government he is serving? '

We think that men and women' everywhere, especially those'In Under the Public Law 296, the Federal Voting Assistance Act

Federal employ, will be quick to see .the'national -- and -- JEWISH/ ". of 1955, members of the armed forces are authorized to vote .
personal -. advantages of regular Sayings Bonds purchases.: Call Ext. 311 for informationon by absentee ballot. Throughout the Navy, commissioned officers '
.
c Jewish Services.. have been designated as Voting Officers to assist personnelin

obtaining their absentee ballots and providing information concerning -
I :';.. 'SERVICEMAN' Traffic VMitiMs requirements in their state. Although Legal officers can

'\ assist personnel in voting matters they cannot provide m with,
Continued
from page I The following is a report of the application for obtaining ballot., .

motor vehicle accidents and Because, requirements regarding voting vary from state to
and leaving the division. She to the Navy, also stating that traffic violations for,the period state, personnel who wish to 'obtain' absentee ballot should
also assists in the preparation she make a real contributionto March 1 through 7. check With their Voting 'Officer first. For ,example the

of all enlisted security the efficiency of the Military Number of Accidents this minimum age to vote is 21 in all states with'the exception of
clearance. Personnel Office. She has also week------------3 Alaska Georgia,. Hawaii and Kentucky.l In Georgia and Kentucky
Her proficiency in carryingout been commended man times Total Accidents this year 18 year olds can vote,while Alaska sets the age at 19, and Hawaiiat
have all tasks assigned to her for her neat appearance and through March 7 1, ------5'l 20. In Pennsylvania, 20 year olds can vote' on election day if
virtually eliminated normally friendly manner. Number of Accidnets through they will be 21 the following' day. .
encountered erros, there- Miller is married to Roy March 7 1, 1965 - -52 Two states require that, a poll tax'' be paid prior to'voting
fore requlreing only' ,a mini- J. Miller, Jr., a Seaman attached Total number of days since eligibility is established. Although the, Alabama poll tax was

mum of supervision. to the USS Forrestal(CV- last injury in a motor vehicle ruled illegal this month, the Texans who did not pay their poll .
Many of her A 59)) which Is
superiors con- : currently accident - - -19 tax by January 31st of this year will be ineligible to vote ,in .
sider Miller a definite asset on a Med Cruise. Number Violations the coming elections. :

This Week - - -18 Nearly all states require some form of registration for getting

Speeding---------7 on the state's list of qualified voters, but procedures vary. In

Reckless Driving ------1 many ..states the absentee ballot, itself serves'as. a, ,form of registration -
JfAX A. I R :N E\lVS Going through Stop Sign- None :
Other Violations - -10 There are other yariations in the eligibility requirements

Twenty Six drivers appeared that are too numerous to mention. The Voting Officer however, '
before the Traffic Hearing Board has, a pamphlet listing all the states and the requirements of
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspap.r at the meeting held on March 8. each Current changes are constantly' added to Insure that this

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Disposition the cases included information is up to ,- date and accurate. The Voting Officer
I Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the following. Six lost driving also has the application form with which to apply for an absentee
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR and parking privileges aboard ballot. '

NEWS' must b. forwarded to the Service Information Office, station for various periods; Thre At NAS lax, the Career, Information and Education (CI & E)
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before station for various periods; Office has been designated to handle all voting matters. Why not
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Three were assigned to completean stop In and see them today? Insure that you will be eligible to .
eight hour course in cast the vote for choice .
Telephone EV 9-7711. Ext. 8162. remedial your in.government.REORGANIZATION. f'
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driving at NA TIC: None
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' were assigned to complete a ;J' .
concerning such should be directed to six hour course in remedial

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, driving at Jax Police Academy Continued from page 1ph.1sis
Jacksonville, Florida' 32207 Telephone 359.4040 Two received
suspensions to ordnance and elecbetween the Chief of Naval Mat-
Nine Were given warnings; and tronlcs. erlal and the Commandant of
VOL.23 NO. SO March 70, 7966 Four dismissed;. Six fined The reorganization will not the Marine Corps
( U. S. Commisioner); and Four affect the internal organization The plan will be submitted to
referred commanding officers of the Marine Corps, nor disCongress for thei approval
for possible disciplinary action. turb the traditional relationship before going Into effect.


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NAMTRADET Moves Navy men, Dependents Encouraged To ,;! ''I


From Cecil ,.To. WAS Jax Enter Annual All-Navy. Cartoon Contest : .: .

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.. Annual All Navy Comic Car- command recreation fund admin-:"".", f,
.,. "I. "' ups.Cartoons submitted must bin strator, statement of centficatlon '
Contest Is underway.
toon
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"'\ Navy personnel and their dependents whilt paper or illustration orginal signature affixed to- <:: .
are encouraged to send board. "All claims to the attached '.i j;
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i in original comic cartoons under Contestants may enter as entryJtre Waived and I understand -. .' .::
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N'S ':, k1 N BuPers Notice 1700. but each entry must contain Navy may use as desired. .....
: Navy Championship Awards the following information attached ..t
the back pf each The, 'must also be signed .
will go to the top five cartoons, to entry;' entry ; "' v.
which must feature a Navy full.name of each contestant*rate by the' commanding off leer or.
theme or background. Also. and grade ,service number, duty his designated. representatwu ... <>.
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NAMTRADETPERSONNEL unload an Approach Power Compensator ., \, TODAY! :: '
Trainer which will be Installed In Its new home at .::.m.:. > :- : ,
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HAS Jax. 4
NAMTRADET 1097(F-8))which The CPO in charge of the detachment <""'''''<"'..'':.>..->.'. ''' ':' '
provides maintenance and operator is Senior Chief Avia- llthFREE ,
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training ontheF8Crusaderaircraft tion Structural Mechanic J. E. !I .. ., .
for pilots and maintenance Barnett, Senior Chief. Barnett ," .
has been moved .
personnel and his detachment join other I rI
from NAS Cecil Field to NAS NAMTRADETS at Jax which pro- \ '. r I.
Jax. vide training on the P-2 Neptune JACKSONVILLE AREA MOBILE HOME DEALERS ASS'N Nreseets: '
This training detachment was .aircraft,ASE(yellow' )equip- : ,i
activated in September 1956 ats ment, NBC Warfare Defense '. '
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at NAS Cecil Field in MMMS) and Sparrow III Missile :
November 1956. While in operation Test Equipment.
at Cecil Field :.f I
NAMTRADET 1097 trained over NAMTRADETS Jacksonville at .' .,.' ..' _,
16,000 students from various activities are part of the Naval Air Main- "
throughout the U. S. and tenance Training Group which PHILIPS HIGHWAY PLAZA :4fr
some foreign countries. The maintains headquarters at NAS i
trainer was moved to make room Memphis( with CaptainG.T. Max- ,
for the new A-7A NAMT which well as Commanding Officer. Administrative -, y I
will be established at Cecil Fieldin support for NAM LOCATED ON U. S. NO., 1 South at City Limits .
the near future.NAMTRADET TRADETS Jax is provided by ,
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1097 is com- NAS Jax and Building 702 has
posed of twelve instructors and been made available for. the F-8 'TODAY 1 1. P. M. to 9 P. M. .... .
all the necessary training 'devices NAMT. 'Lcdr. J. R. Bond is .
and equipment required to Officer in Charge of NAMTRA, :
carry dut its assigned mission. DETS Jax.. SATURDAY 1 1'p. M' to 9 .P. M.. '.i' 1 '1 1

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(NAVNEWS). CAUGHT WITH ,9IjA. r "r*
HIS PANTS DOWN. .The war
in Vietnam has no front, no ,
flanks and no rear. The ene- :roucc
'ny is everywhere -and nowhere. t ,
The Viet Cong strike when you're
ready and they strike when you're

not.Lance Corporal William F.
L. Danels of Knoxville, Tenn.,found
I .' this out the hard way.
i q ., The Marines felt he was in
need of a bath. lie found a
I '. small stream about 50 yards
f ... behind his position. Just before -
dark, Danels gathered soap
l 1 and towel and headed for the .... s
creek."I CDR./ A. S. WILHITE/ / skipper of VFP-62 prepared to make
slipped off my clothes and acceptance flight on the first RF-8G delivered to the East
\t .. \ stepped into the water," said Coast.
,"I)< Danels. The Viet Cong immediately -
,,i "., ., .. opened fire on him and he VFP -. 62 Receives New RF 8
r..... splashed back to shore. "They
t M. literally caught me with my pants Commander A. S. Wilhite, proved'electronic and photographic -
OFF TO BERMUDA. .Capt. H. B. Stott, Commander Fleet down," grinned Danels.As commanding officer' of VFP-62, equipment and redesigned
Air Wing Eleven, bids farewell to Cdr. C. j. Eadie, Commanding he scrambled up the bank conducted the acceptance flight on electrical system:
Officer of VP-16, on his recent departure for Bermuda.Cdr. toward his rifle, a Marine patrol the first RF-8G delivered to the
through the brush VAF-62 Is transitioning from
charged month.
East Coast early this Up-
Eadie led the detachment Its 900 mile trip to
6-plane on firing. Two Viet Cong were on completion of the hop, the RF-8A to the RF-8G. A
Kindley Air Force Base. The "Eagles" are scheduled to return killed, one was wounded, and the MFightingPhoto"skipperwas detachment is presently preparing -
to HAS Jax sometime in, August. seven captured. highly pleased wlrt the performance to go aboard the USS
of the aircraft. Roosevelt, and will be the first
The RF-8G Is a modification detachment from this squadron to
k EXPRESSWAY NATTC : of the RF-8A, Incorporating( im- deploy with the RF-8G.

APARTMENTS Behind The Scene


( Finlshed.$65.00 U.'lr.ls. $55.00 ,, By Idell Fondingslond/ SH | BUY SAVINGS BONDS I

E. Hotz, TD2 departed
Children Welcome NAAS, Chase Field, Bee-
Conveniently Texas March 1. Two Sea- a M -- M .
to downtown E. M. Novak who left .
HAS and Cecil 3 and P. J. Waldon who e@ ,.--
I March 7 will attend Per- /
School at NTC Bain-
CLEO Maryland, D. S. Stepp, Gt
departed on March for New-
Rhode Island, where he will s
REALTORS Stokekeeper School.

3650 St. Johns John P.,Devinny Is due
leave NATTC March 15 for
EV 4.6444 CO Nuclear Weapons School M
New Mexico.Up- :Vf1 tAM ...lam. I r
completion of the school Mr.
I will report to the USS

WPJ pendence. are in order
the outstanding work done
the honormen and honor class
week. The honor classes
SAVINGS BOND CONFERENCE The Initial meeting to dis
Class 544 of AO' A" School
.... Class 548 of AE "A" cuss plans for the 1966 'Savings Bond Campaign was conducted
.. Sire To Sea Honor men are B. L. by Thomas D. Morris (right), Assistant 'Secretary of Defense -
AA, of AO "A" (manpower) in his Pentagon office. He conferred with
601 "B" who takes the the Under Secretary of each service (left to right) David E.
for the second consecu- McGiffert, Army; Robert H. B. Baldwin, Navy; and Norman S.
VW 'St week and W. L. Beesley, Paul, Air Force. The 'Savings Bond Campaign places special
of AE "A" Class 538. emphasis on joining the Payroll Savings Plan./ ,
1965 Std. Wag.,

1964 Station -You Are Cordially Invited : ,
1963 ,., : ;,:,
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1960 Std. to attend the '1'"f

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1965 Ghia & GRAND OPENING and OPEN HOUSE "

1965 Ghia, & .

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1963 Ghia

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1964 1965 Sunroof VW Se, Association of Clay County- ; .;:1t::,.

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1962 Sunroofs, e FREE Refreshneits .

1960 Austin e FREE Soiveiirs of the eccisionOrgn :'p.-;,," '


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1 We Invite You To Meet the Directors of Your

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of the Federal Home All Deposits Insured by the
AUTHORIZED Bank, U. S. and Fla. Federal Savings & Loan Insurance
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Valions Complete Cruise; 7th Fleet- TV Special High School GED Test..' I


Schemed I The High School General Ed- balanced sentences. .\
Prepare For Another OneThe Touight ucational Development Tests a re. Interpretation Reading Materials !-

a battery and must be completed In the Social Studies.

"Valions" of Attack work. Target complexes ashore NEW YORK An ABC as such. That is, the GED This ,test measures abilityto
Squadron Fifteen commanded by were the primary mission for TV special news documentaryon Tests are either unsatisfactoryor read with understanding and
Cdr. Jack L. Gracey, departedNAS the squadron. The ship's towed the U. S. 7th Fleet "Op- satisfactory as a whole, and to evaluate critically a numberof
I Cecil In late January fora "spar" was utilized when bad eration Sea War: Vietnam not according to the level attain reading selections concerning
,three-week deployment aboardthe weather ashore precluded de- is to be shown tonight from ed on each test. social political, economic, and
USS Intrepid. The first 10 to 11 p.m.Included To attain a passing mark the cultural problems and issues.
week
livery. Over a two week
was a busy one with time being iod, the "Valions" made more per- on the show, to be enrollee must have a score of Since the ability to do these
spent organizing spaces and re- than 570 drops. narrated by actor Glenn Ford 35 or above on each test. Per- things depends in large on how
qualifying aboard ship. During this three week will be segments filmed sonnel desiring civilian credit well informed the examinee is,
During the first days of the VA-15 contributed more perIod than. aboard the aicraft carrier for these tests are cautionedthat the test also measures indirectly -
second week, VA-15 was joined 740 arrested landings and cata- Kitty Hawk ; in destroyerson each state has its own requirements his background of ideas and
information in the field of social
by two other squadrons and the pult shots to the Intrepid's Increasing inshore bombardment missions that must be' met. studies.
pace of operations quickened.The number, thereby Improving with the canal and river
Intrepid became more efficient her state of readiness. patrols of the Vietnam The test is broken down into Interpretation of Reading Mat-
at handling twenty-plane Upon return to NAS Cecil,V A- junk force, and with a Navy five parts. A brief descriptionof erials in Natural Sciences:
launches and recoveries in rapid 15 took up residence in Hangar nurse in Saigon. ecch part of the battery follows -
succession. 13 to prepare for an upcoming Thomas H. Wolf, the pro- u. order to assistist per- In this l phase of the tests,
During this period, VA-15 began ADMAT inspection. In a short ducer, said "Operation Sea sonnel in preparing for the part. special emphasis is placedon
flying ordnance missions time, the "Valions will again War' will point up the Books are usually available at scientific vocabulary upon
from the flight deck of the car- depart NAS Cecil for,a longer' unorthodox roles of the the General Military Training rigid logical reasoning and upon
rier. The mysteries' different deployment. Navy in Vietnam War whereIt Office and may be checked out 'a background of information concerning -
types of fuzes and racks were During a personnel inspectionlast Is opposed by no enemy for study. Important scientific
unveiled to both pilots and crew week, Cdr. Gracey extendeda navy but must fight a combination Correctness and Effective topics, generalizations,and!
members. Practice bombs werei. "Well Done" to all hands. land and water ness of Expression : The developments.
carried and dropped on both the"spar" Since reactivation four month: war using riverboats as well principal emphasis in this Interpretation of Literary Materials -
and! shore targets. ago, the squadron has contin- as the latest weapons. test is the ability to avoid :
After a' 48-hour stop in May- uously worked overtime In orderto "Operation Sea War" is errors in spelling,punctuation .
scheduled Based on a variety of selections
to be repeated from
pqrt, the carrier returned to sea achieve their present state capitalization and grammar.
with four squadrons. During this, of readiness. This endeavor reflects 5 to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 3. Consideration is also given to from world literatureand
the final week the "V alions" the spirit of the Valiant ability to choose the best wordsor emphasis on sepcial abil-
ities not frequently neededin
concentrated on live ordnance Lions (Valions) of VA-15. phrases and to organizeand
express ideas in clear,well- ordinary reading. These abilities
include but are not
limited to the ability to Interpret -

I I 1 I figures of speech, to cope
'Holiday On Ice' To Appear At Coliseum with unusual sentecne structure

and word meanings, and to recognize -
mood and purpose.
'c : t t "Holiday on Ice" of 1966, the 21st edition of the Internationally General Mathematical Ability:
k' famous skating revue, will be the biggest and best In the ,
history of the Extrvaganza "Holiday" has always been noted This test requires general pro- "-
,' for Its elaborate spectacles and fine skating but none of the past blems solving of a practical
shows approach this new production.This nature. It Include such mattersas
year "Holiday" premiered at New York's Madison understanding some of the
Square Garden and will be seen here in Jacksonville at the Jack- mathematical ,aspects of life
sonville Coliseum for 8 performances only from Tuesday, insurance, Installment buying,
: : :: March 22 thru Sunday, March 27 each night with matinees on taxes, and the ability to estimate -
; Saturday at 1:00 and 5:00 P.M. Sunday at 2:00 P.M. costs of simple home
The glittering all star cast will be' headed by the world's construction and repair pro-
( greatest skater, Ronnie Robertson, world 's professional champion jects It also included ordin-
: the highest paid male skater of all time. Hecan, do more ary arithmetical skill and reasoning -
#fr things on skates, and do them better than anyone else. This Is, ability.. '. ;C .. ".
c : : his first appearance with Holiday., Other newcomers in the ;
*- .4 k lineup include Eric Waite, called by most of the true experts The High School GED 'Tests
'(
.s 4L
the greatest ice comedy pantomlmist to ever wear skats. Other are not timed tests. The enrollee -
latigh riots new to the big show will be Guy Longpre and Ivor is allowed to work'at his
: : Roo son, gaining their fame in Europe with ,Holiday..International. own speed and Is reminded that,
Then there is Kossmayer's Mules, a real laugh riot, famed in he should allow himself plentyof
) U! W the circus world and concert hall, and formerly with the European time to 'each pan. Much
edition of "Holiday." how well do these
depends on you

: : U One ,of the world's most talented and beautiful skaters is tests, so treat the takingof
Charlotte Ballauf of Germany. She has been and outstanding them as an important matter.,

} star throughout Europe and will be making her first American

< appearance with the 1966 extravaganza. She adds glamour, to an
*-. of headliners.In .
already packed lineup
s 4__.* CanYouTAKE
,. addition to the new faces, "Holiday" will again displaythe
t 'y > ) 4 _. sensational abilities of the stars who,came up through the ranksto YOUR CAR
1.". kI # starring roles: Ray Balmer Alice Quessy, Tommy Allen, WITH YOU ?
I :: Juanita Percelly, Alfredo Mendoza, Jane Morris, Sandy Wirellli For Financing and Insurance
: Jimmy Crockett and John LaOue are all familiar figures, Stateside and Overseas. Call
I t .c. % ranked with the best in'the skating world. DYERM.BURRGOVERNMENT ,
.. :
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'M :
"Houn Dawg" featuring Alfredo Mendoza and John LaDue will be FINANCE CORPORATION(
back demand. adding to the merriment that abounds In and
by popular
FOUR HEADS? Nope, four bodies/ too, as a few of the beautiful the show. The zany canine will have the beautiful Jane Morris INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
"G/omoof'/cers"/ precision skating ballet of the all new for Company. INSURANCE COMPANY

21st edition of the Worlds Greatest Ice Spectacular,. HOLIDAY 5615,, Tlmuqu nd Rd. 7710527IUYANEW
OH ICE demonstrate. .
Sheer genius is apparent In the costuming splendor, beautiiiu ;
music;, and unusual lighting effects of the 6 production numbers of
Why just shop for a, HOUSE when you can have a this 21st edition',of "Holiday on Ice". First "Rhythm, Precisionand
.Fun," variations in blue and gold starring Charlotte Bal .:
FamilyTailoredHome lauf, the "Glamour Icers" and "Ice Squir 's." The second
sparkling number features "Musical Comedy Americana", a 66 RENAULT
musical panorama of the best loved melodies from Broadway'stop
attractions. It's star Ronnie Robertson, Ray Balmer,.Alice:
Quessy, Eric Waite, Tommy Allen, Juanita Percelly and Saundy $ '
Wirwill. The Music Is from "The Merry Widow", "Sunny," ioo
"Good News," "Rio Rita", "South Pacific" and the best
of the "60's".

'"Aladdin and his Wondrous Lamp", with Ray Balmer, Alice PER DAY V
Quessy and John LaDue, features the magic and illusion createdby
Harry Blackstone Jr.
"Picnic at the Kiddy Zoo is a delight for young and old. $4900

Pd..I.a.I, p1.alai' ",.,. tIt,. U2S .",er.IM, Featured are Sandy Wirwill, Jimmy Crockett, John LaDue,
,..ch, .. ,.. fSr .. _..,., /.. .M'''', ,.,...II 13,95019,500- six year old Ronnie LeMac, the Loveable "Holiday Zoo Skating DWB
S.cI..i' living ro... *.nfryiitfcft.,-<(.lni, Animals."
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,., JtetI9$7lI IminJrf / 9.tof!.. I > it.t.cV.iJ Ronnie Robertson's virtuosity on skates shines In "24 Hours", SpicUTtrms
a modern jazz ballet depicting the full day in the life of one man.
enchanted The entire cast is featured in "Jubilee"* a happy toe
tapping blend of familiar melodiesand, skating. NEW it
MARTI Performance will be held in the Jacksonville Coliseum Tuesday,
homes-_c1.lsl.r Wednesday Thursday and Friday at 8:00 P.M. Saturday at 1:00 RENAULT
P.M. 5:00 P.M. and 8:45 P.M. Sunday at 2:00 P.M. Ticket
For Oir Gnu Prlxi- prices are $2.00 $2.50, $3.00 Tuesday thru Thurssday W.UO RAY CARTER :'
I MUSTANGI! $2.50 and $3.50 Friday thru Sunday. Chllren, 12 and under, will
I. 1966 FORD _ _ _
rw DIAI.a
.. be admitted at Half Price to both Saturday matinees. Ticketsare
L__ OVEN 4WAY MIlL MTH10103rd now on sale at all local Navy Special Services offices, at 4373 Phillips Hwy

St. o>tiio ....-io .... ..., 771-2310 the .T cksopyl'' e Coliseum Civic' Auditorium" and' the" Downtown. . . . $.- 3".. .
,ED . Ticket Office( or Hemming( Park/<


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I i JacksonvilleSUSTAIHED Area Civil Service News





d Y NATTC Employee Data Processing Classes



Honored Years ServiceBobbie For 10 Scheduled At Orange ParkClasses



: C. Parham, a civilian in Data Processingare is necessary to fill out the re-
employee at the Naval Air Tech- scheduled to be conducted quird form and submit them
nical Training Center, was Park High with a check for $5' made out to
honored Wednesday morning again at the Orange Park, Florida.St. "St. Johns River Junior College"The
March 3, for 10 years of con- School. Johns In Orange River Junior Col- balance of the registrationfee
; trll tinuous federal service. announced that classes will be due at the first meet-
has
Mrs. Parham's congratulations lege
will continue ing of'the class These fees
came in the form of a letter in Data Processing will be
Trimester, :
of commendation and a certificate Com'mamlng during beginning! the on Spring April 26'at 7:00p. ((1)) For residents of St. Johns
from NATTC's -
classes'are Putnam and Clay counties $7
following
F M ) Officer, Captain Tho- m. The per'credit hour.
scheduled:
mas B. Ellison. For residents of other
G Captain Ellison In his) letter ((1)) DP 101, Introductionto counties((2) $ 8 per credit hour.
GI (3 credit
Processing
told the Graceville, Florida native Data, '
I nights 7:00to (3)) For DP 102 and DP 04
Tuesday
"Your zealous devotionto hours) additional
is an labortory
.. 'SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE. .Cd,.. Stephen 5. duty has contributed Immeasurably 10:00 P.M. Prerequisite: fee there of $5.There .
D. Griffith, Data Processing Officer, recently) presented/ a Sustained to the outstanding efficiency None (30 billets) Unit Record is a limited number of
DP 102 -
Superior Performance Award ,to Alfred L. Masse. Massea of the Civilian Personnel ((2)) 3 credit hours) billets for each course and
(
Office and the Civilian Programs.This
Equipment
commended for his work will have.to be allocated on
they
Digital Computer Programmer, was has had a direct bearingon Tuesday and Thursday nights 7:00to
data functions relation the aval a first come first served
In regard to processing to the effectiveness of the 9:00 p.m. Prerequisite:
Aviation Maintenance and Material Management System' ((3M) command as a whole. Your DP 101. ((16 billets) basis. Those who are interested
Application. prevading loyalty to the Naval ((3)), DP 104 Computer should get their applications and
Air Technical Training Center Programming I ((4 credit hours) checks in as soon as possible.The .
a and to your associates throughthe Tuesday and Thursday nights 7:00 application forms and/or
years has been an inspiring to 10:00: p. m. Prerequisite: DP other information on these clas-
?: IN WESCONNETT example for all of us, past and 101. ((25 billets) ses are available at the Train-
present." ing Division Office, IRD. ( Extension -
The letter and commendations Deadline for registration at 8160)As )
1 is 4:00 April a service to our students,
were presented during cere- the college p. m.
FLORISTWe
monies by Commander Brad- 22. However, for those wishingto thosewho have textbooks for DP-
berry. He told Mrs. Parham make advance registration on 101 or DP 102 who wishto
wire Flowers that he too congratulated her for the Station, the deadline is sell them, please call Extension -
orated halfway betweenCetll & HAS at the contributions that she has April 6. The advance regis- 8160 and list them with
the Office. Students
made to NATTC. tration may be completed at Training
103rd St. & Wts conn eft Blvd. Mrs. Parham is married to the Training Division Office In will be referred to those who
5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. Thomas M. Parham. They IRD ( Bldg. 907)), Room 225 wish to sell and all sales will
have a 12 year old son and G, be between the buyer: and sel-
r- FREE DELIVERY RHONE 771-3770 Jacksonville.reside at 4650 Westfield Road, For advance registration It ler.

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I ''I .;';: -, INCOME 'TAX' FILED YET ? Offers Two Plans <' I'



The Federal Employee Health a welfare or social'service
Benefit Program provides for agency which retains control of
hospitalization and medical the child and pays for his maintenance -
surgical benefits for Federal em- !
ployees who are enrolled. There
are two government wide plans An unmarried child over age
available for employees of this 21 who i Is incapable of selfsupport -
activity Each plan has two because of a physical or
.
I J>" :;:/ : iL types on enrollment Self only mental incapacity existing before
f :'y 'l!;.. f' % dO : and Self and Family. The Self the child's 21st birthday also 1 is
"" ..\ ,... ,'I Only enrollment provides bene- included as an eligible family
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,': ': ,' > .. fits only for the employee member. Ask your employing
:, ;.;,'': .., ( no maternity provisions).under ,office about the medical certi
I the Self and Family Plan. For ficate which is required for
.': :" ... enrollment purposes,your family a child over age 21,
'," consists of your wife ( or
husband) and If elect enroll-
.: :: your unmarried you a family
.... .i,',' children under age 21, Including ment all eligible family
\ legally adopted child- members are covered You can-
ren. Unmarried stepchildren not, however, cover' your parentsor
foster children and recognized others who are not "eligible
natural ( Illegitimate) children family members" even if they
under 21 are also includedif live with you or are dependenton

"I. they live with you In a regular you.

.,. parent child relationship. New family members: A new
A foster child for health benefits member of your family ( suchas
,, purposes is.a child whom a newborn child or a newly
'L- you are raising as your ,own married wife or- husband) i is:
I A : #& and who lives with you. There automatically covered if you
v&Bfl. must exists an expectation that have a family enrollment. You
;you will continue to rear him need take no action to include
indefinately Into adulthood. A him in your enrollment but your
': child temporarily living with you plan may ask you for information
; is not a foster child, neitheris regarding the family mem-
new
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LUTHERAN SERVICES I

Thursday morning Larry D. Thomas
PN3
Yes.
The Lutheran Service
President Johnson signed Into I ,
plan to use the provisions in
Center will host a St. Patrick's -
law the GI Bill which had the the GI Bill, -: "
Day Party, especially -
unanimous backing of Congress.So .
especially the x
for military personnel,
this week the "If Ya Ask provisions for _
March 18.
on Friday
Us" reporter traveled to NAS buying a home.| be held'
The event will
Jax to ask: "Do you plan to use I alsothinkthis '? L 1
s at 19 West Forsyth Street,
the education
benefits providedIn a great chance _
starting at 8 p.m. There
the new GI Bill? for all
ser -
will be food games and w... I
Richard Muschamp, AQB2, vice men who prizes with a special prize .
Indeed I would use the program.I plan to get a THOMAS going to the one that brings* / i
have definite degree from college. I myself, the "most leprechauns in l.-s-
:
plans for fur- LH find a way to go back to school. uniform.' _
thering myeducation \ I personally think that this a .\
"' wonderful .
way for. Americato
1) ,.;. ; .
show her servicemen that .I :'
made before "-4
f..- ."'......
this bill went they are appreciated. '{ j '"
into effect.The ;
bill will make : i. :: .
Technical High SchoolTo ,4
education even MUSCHAMP J .. ;," ..

more enticing due to the fact CONGRATULATIONS. Mrs John H. ,Bell assIsts ner fius-

that more time can be devotedto Hold Adult Sessions hand don his newly/ acquired shoulder/ / boards, upon. .his/ promotion -

studies. It Is'a welcome to she/ Captain,
payment for the inconvience

of military service and its Jacksonville's Technical High FRIDAY NARTU News & ViewsJohn I
few rewards.V. School, located at 129 King Street 9:30 A. M. 12:30
N. Wenker, PH3 I think has announced the Spring Basic Tailoring
the GI Bill is a very good idea schedule of Home Economics 10:00 A. M. 1:00 H. Bell NARTU Jax XO, Members of the FranklinD.
for service classes for adults to run from Advanced Clothing Construction was awarded the rank of Captain -' Roosevelt Sea Cadet Squ-
men who want MardI through June. in ceremonies at the com- adron participated in an'orientation -
to continue Five courses in the home ec- mand, March 4. Right in a NARTU Jax
their educa- II onomics field will be offered to EVENING SCHEDULE Before transfer to Jackson- transport plane, 'March 5.
tion. I am adults during day and evening ville, Capt Bell was a pan of This squadron, sponsored by
consid eying session. Courses will be offered MONDAY the staff of the Chief of Naval the Jacksonville Council,of the

going to school in basic, intermediate, and I I. 6:30 9:30 P. M. Air Reserve Station and Training. Navy League and supported by
after I get out advanced clothing construction; Inter. Clothing Constr.Sports-( Unit's antisubmarine training NARTU, Is made up of:::young
of the service WENKER short cuts in meal preparation; wear) ." and operational programs to men between" the ages.'-,of 17
and this will help me pay for and basic tailoring. proficiency. and readiness. and 19. '
r'
some of the expenses. Duval County residents must TUESDAY. Taking over as' NARTUXO :

Nardi C. Saxon The GI Bill register in person for all clas- 6:30: -. 9:30 P. M. in July of 1965, the Besides their weekly meet-
means further education for ses. The registration for both Basic Clothing Construction captain lives aboard NAS with ings at th local unit?these
those with a day and evening sessions will his wife and two children. cadets join in many other
in goalin be held Thursday, March 17, in WEDNESDAY activities which familiarize them
life. Tome, Room 3 at the Technical High M. with the Navy and its workings:
6:30.9:30 P.
School. Another XO made the news In addition to orientation
it is well worth Registration .for day Advanced Construction
it to have your 1mfuture .{ classes will be from 9 a.m. to Clothing this past week as CDR Charles flights,. the introduction to the

schooling paid .Q 3 p.m., with evening class registration Cibula, XO of WEPTU 741 naval service for the young
for. I also, from 6-8 p.m. 'f ,' attached to NARTU, was cadets includemllltarydrill rifle
plan to use the .. The schedule of day'and evening -' '. t' appointed to Captain.. CAPT range instruction, and cruises

GI Bill when SAXON classes. is as follows: ',4/ '... Cibula resides In Orange Park' aboard Navy ships :at the
-
leaving the service for a further .q."' S"" : Fla. Mayport Naval Station.
education in life and a .better DAY SCHEDULE>

paying job.Thomas. .MONDAY'I .. .'....*"*,,. ?3P, h qe

A. Vitiorloso SN- '..
9:30 A. M. 12:30
I myself would use the bill. Basic Clothing Construction

I've always 10:00 A. M. 1:00

thought about Inter. Clothing Cbnstr.Sports-, (
doing some- wear) -
thing to furthermy 1:00 P. M. 4:00 .T.. J 114F! ,
educationand Advanced Clothing Construction -'
this bill

has considerable ., .,
TUESDAY 4'
that decision.impact I VITIORIOSO 9:30 A. M. 12:30'

Alois R. Balaski, AA As Advanced Clothing Construction -

for myself, I believe that If
10:00 A. M. 1:00
I had the opportunity -
II !llJ Basic Clothing Construction

would use the I ,WEDNESDAY
new GI Bill! 10:00 A. M. 1:00
to further my Short Cuts in Meal Preparation -
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'---....... Navy Jax Swim Team-A Winner By Many Strokes (2'_ ., -:-.

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Each week day afternoon By January 1964, the swim sponsorship passed to VW-4. the third annual Navy Jax Invi-- the 68th event, a 200
at four o'clock' approximately t team was ready for their second Ltjg.. Bob Anderson became the tational Meet in. January 1966, style relay, the meet free man Swim Association finisheda -j-
80 boys and girls of all sizes I Invitational Meet .and when it team advisor and also assisted as well as several: warm-up certain. To add outcome a final touch was strong second to the Greater ___
and ages gather at the indoor was over they had moved up to in coaching.In meets in the Jacksonville. area. of glory, four young servicemen Tampa Swim Association among
pool at NAS lax for two hours f fourth position among the ten November 1965, the Navy The rest is history. on active duty, Bill Kohl, AN, the 22 competing teams. IB
of strenuous physical training. competing teams. The successof ]Sax Swim team gained some degree The meet started at 9:10: a.m. NATTC; Pfc Ernie ]Jaramello The team Is
As they,toil back and forth across f the eight and under boys and of permanance. They were on Jan. 29. The first event MAD, NA TIC; PFC Mike Dyer;, paring for a dual presently meet at pre-the
the pool under the watchful eyes g girls who placed first in all organized as an official team was a 200 meter medley relay MAD,. NATTC, and Ed Simmons, NAS Jax indoor pool on April
of several gentlemen, the casual t their events proved that this team within the framework of the for girls eight and under. AN, swam to a new Florida 2 with the Platinum Coast Swim
spectators begin to sense a was one to watch in the future. Ameteur Athletic Union, and they Four young ladies, Kathy AAU Record.. When the final Team from Cape Kennedy and a
certain orderliness about the During the spring and summer adopted a constitution .and set Lubka, Nancy Viola, Nancy Fon- points were totaled the winner,
swimming, and notice a look of of f 1965 the team competed in up by-laws. Officers were elect- taine and Becky BUItngsley,each the Navy Jax Swim Team, return dual meet with Platinum
determination on tI the faces meets in Georgia .and Florida. ed and an ambitious program of wearing Navy blue .and gold step- was a good 100 points aheadof Coast there, on May,'7.
of the young swimmers. Although they were never ableto competlon was undertaken. ped to the starting blocks and the closest challenger.One Chuck Phillips still serves as
This dedicated group is the t pull off a win, tbey became At this time the Naval Air promptly set a new Florida AAU head coach for the team .and Is
Navy lax Swim Team .and they a team to be reckoned with in Station became the team's official :re co rd. assisted by Bob Anderson, Mike
practice with the dllligence of t the future.In sponsor. month later, the team
combat soldiers readying them- August Capt. Ward was Following reorganization immediate All day long the Navy bland journeyed to Orlando and at a Dyer, Ernie ]Jaramello and Ed I
selves for war. t transferred to Washington and plans were made to host!: gold continued to score. By swim meet hosted by the Beck- Simmons.The _
But this practice has paid off, team's' officers, Lcdr. _
for the Navy lax Swim Team Jack O'Donnell' ,- President.Hank _
has proven to be 'competition to ." Smalling, Vice President Mrs.A. _
beat in the Florida Amateur Ath-- ... ]J. Fontaine, Corresponding
__ letic Association. Secretary; Mrs. Nancy Stuebben,
The team was organized In' Recording Secretary and Maj. STROKE, STROKE. STROKE,. .Navy :lax Swim Team mem-
1963 when Chuck Phillips, the hers swim to another victory. at the" Olympic size Indoor/ pool
Water Safety Director for the .1 Buz Lubka, Treasurer, ''have all at NAS Jax.
ON YOUR MARK////// GET SET////// GO////// Members of ,the Navy air station formed a group of 1, L: become proficient in running a
Jax Swim/ Team swimmers from Red Cross complicated sports organization.As ..
the
to
step starting" block and .
prepare to start ,
another winning' event. swimming classes into a team. .; with any growing organization -
Before the year ended the team ;. p. the Navy Jax Swim Team
had participated in several local : needs and wants new members.No O.oLt1..
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meets. .. c ,age limits are imposed and .
By 1964, the team was on its : youngsters from to 40 can par ,
I to I way. It had a sponsor, Fleet -. ? ., y.. ticipate. The only requirementis .
ways ;
Air Wing Eleven, a team advisor I. 4 that members be service con-
Cdr. Jack Vaughn, Administrative T ... nected. Active duty or retired
Officer for FAW-11; .. personnel and their dependentsare I ALL
.. $
.and 23 members. k ..- -. all eligible. Anyone inter- $795 .
They were also ready,to play : ) -. t ested in joining the team or receiving SIZES "Pin' Tax
A
h host to their first big swim'meet additional Informationcan
i In January 1964. Ten teams call Lcdr. 0' Donnellat Ext.
were invited to participate and .. 434 or see Chuck Phillips at $$2.50 EXTRA..FOR,'WSW OR TUBELESS
WHEN YOU 0 TRAVEL although they gave a creditable ; !V the indoor pool any week-day or NO DOWN PAYMENT. .NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE
performance p the Navy team finished Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
dsu N Ciijii$ i eighth.In h' .. The Navy ]Sax Swim Team has FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC
the fall of 1964, Capt. J. R. grown in leaps and bounds since FREE Balance &. Alignment- lth.Purchase. 014 4 Tires
aebv.r. Ward, Chief Staff Officer for its beginning three years ago and
FAW-11, relieved Cdr. Vaughn, will continue ,to ''grow. The dedication SPEED EQUIPMENT
-p* :.. who was departing, .and two of these youngsters and '
%VWi r cS S Stevens coaches, were added.. Mike A their attitude of good sportsmanship C.ipl.t...!..!. !n.!..' ..f! MM' Wksth. .,Tici T 'iuttrs"
an airman attached to' has'' caused the other AAU! I '

t team VP-45 and, worked Bert with Carey the, an varsity airman sanctioned stand up swim and teams take notice in Floridato .and. trill.. SKcb" ..'Chro..Plp.r '." '". FU.r". $ShHti. ., ,)

attached to FAW-11,worked. In some cases take a back seat BIG' CHIEF TIRE CO.
": ::>: ::>> with the novices. from the Navy ]Jax Swim Team.
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girls are: (I I7oo I t to r rJ) Nancy Fontaine Chuck Phillips Head Coach of the Navy Jax :
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_I; How To Cope With Women And Enjoy It I ," ,,"U, 'Bits & Pieces' : : : ,


"Women may not be much," very pretty or'ery homely? ivy essence! Result: One of
said Will, Rogers, "but they'rethe woman on her intellect, I The history's spiciest love affairs. For WomenBy
best opposite sex we have." beauty, according to this line Modern American males, while "
Unfortunately, men, theyknowit. of reasoning, if fed up to her not yet emulating Cleopatra's
Your job: makes 'em peraly teeth with compliments final favorite, have been pur- Marge Beauchamp/
feel special. All it takes Is on her looks and the homely chasing grooming aids in Increasing -
a bit of basic psychology, mixed girl wouldn't believe them. quantity and varietyin Club NAS
Dish'edition The CPO Wives at
Modern men know that ALL The new 'Dinner In a
well with showmanship. Don'tbe the past decade.Understand .
afraid to borrow the tested women like to be told they're of the "Salute to Cooking" Jax are in the process of obtaining
a smart but be careful how cookbook is off the press. editions of.the latest
techniques of experts, past ,and her signals.Men .
i\. you do it. Never never say Ths is the cookbook to which edition of "Salute to Cooking"When
,' present. "You 're very well Informed military wives throughout the they receive them and the
"- Shower her with little of tent for.a woman.' Npver say, "You realize that women havea world have donated their fav- books are ready for sale,
: tions. ''think just like a man." language all the! own, and orite one dish recipes. I will pass the information on to
Brush imaginary dust from her There will come that inevitable the smart ones try to understand Over 2,000 recipes, each onea you.
coat, hold hands under the.table, moment'' when she demands,"Do it. If you can master home tested favorite ofa
touch your lips to the glass you love me?' Don't blushor even a little of the lingo, you're military wife, reflect the MY FAVORITE
her lips have' toucheda nd stammer, like some single ahead of the game. One key international flavor of world
don't worry if the gesture seems men and don't as too point to remember is that wide traveling.The While on the subject of
old hat or corny. These, many husbands do, snap back, most women speak in superla- 'Dinner in a Dish' edi- cooking, L thought' I would
suggestions, for example, come "Of course. Why do you always tives; a hat is not just prettyor tion is the second speciality book pass on my favorite 'ina -
from a 2,000 year old book on ask me that?" Instead, gaze into becoming, it's "gorgeous' or in the "Salute to Cooking' hurry' recipe. .
"The Art of Love." Did they her her eyes and say fervently, "darling' .. Beware therefore, series. The first edition "En-
work? So well, that Ovid, "You don't know how much! of faint praises: when she tells tertaining with Case" was published CHILI PIE
the author, bad to write a sequel This satifies her and gets you you your new tie is "verynice", in 1965 and was sold
v telling men how to AVOID off the hook particularly it don't wear it again with her. by the Chief PettyOfficers Wives All you need Is:
; entangling alliances! YOU don't know. how much, :She hates it. Club at NAS Jax. From all 2 1/2 cups of corn chips
either. Listen for the significant reports I have received, the 1, large onion ( chopped)
Say the right thing. general comment is "It's 115 oz can of chili

pause Is she hesitates justa Great The first edition speci- 1 cup grated american
Telling a woman she's beautiful Groom yourself for romance. few seconds before saying alized in party, patio and pic- cheese
is not necessarily a surefire she'd be happy to cook dinner nic redpes.
compliment: observed 'a man When Marc called for your long lost school Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson contributed All'you do is:
about town, the Earl of Chesterfield Anthony on chum, forget it. You'll be in her own recipe for Crab Place 11/2 cups corn chips
over 200 year ago. He fumed Cleopatra with, his hair his was per- the doghouse if you make her Casserole for the 1966 'Dinnerin in baking dish Arrange chopped
advised his son to praise marjoram, arms go through with it. a Dish' edition. Another fea- onions and half the grated cheese
with mint his with
only the average girl on her jaws palm Of crucial importance is the ture was the Shrimp Arti- over corn chips. Pour heated
oil and his chest with
beauty but compliment the ground "contrary hint": when she choke CasseroledonatedbyMrs.Robert chili over onions and cheese.
says, "I don't want anythingfor S. McNamara. Bake 10 minutes at 350 degrees
my birthday' she really Military wives are noted for Serves six' ,
means, "Don't forget mybf) day." If she says with a light most delectable dishes. This. as a lunch time treat or tossa
VISIT laugh "Look at that woman "Dinner in a Dish" edition high- crisp green.salad and 'you will
dripping mink" she actually lights elegance in casserole, have.a meal.
saying, "I wish you could afford cookery. SOCIAL BITS
mink, dear. Couldn't you swinga Being in the military your
CLAUDE i fur trimmed sweater, at family is often on the move The NAS Jax CPO 'Wives .
NOLAN least?" and! are always busy with num- Club held their regularly monthly
erous activities, and these one- 1 meeting last Monday at the
Remember the magic numbers. dish meals along with,salad .'CPO Club/ Plans were made
CADILLAC & PONTIAC bread, beverage and perhaps ,a for cocktails and dinner ( husbands -
desert make a complete meal invited) for March 19,
MAIN AT ORANGE Carry around in your head (Or for your on the go family.' at the club.'Thought .
better yet, "on a card in sour .-. The book" contains a !large you might. like.to.
OPEN MON THRU SAT. UNTIL 8 PM wallet) her size numbers: for beef category which is well flavored know that last year the

examples, dress size 14, blouse with many economy' following organizations received
size 36, stocking 10 1/2, dishes using ground meat funds from the Jacksonville
PHONE EL 3-3922 glove size 7. If you do this, The Convenience Casserole sec; Officer; Wives Club: Girl
1 .:you'fe almost sure to make a tion contains recipes for frozen' Scouts, Red Cross, NAS Swim,
fortunate choice of gifts. Circle foods, leftovers, and quick and Team, Navy Relief Society,
the magic numbers on. the easy dishes which may be Young Life,. Boys Service Council -
calender: her birthday, your prepared with in 45 minutes. Navy Marine Residency
anniversary ( if you have one), The Wild Game section features Foundation NAS Library
even if you're sentimentalthe handy recipes for Buffalo Swiss ( Children's Books) and the
date on which you met. But Steak With Wine, Sliced DuckIn Hospital Library. The clubs
THE OLD CHIEF SAYS: there is one un magic number Orange Sauce, and Pheasant donated almost $3,000 'to these
she'll thank you for forgetting Supreme. The Foreign worthy organizations. Maybe this
her age! Casserole section contains recipes will help squelch the idea that
Follow_ these hints and you'llbe from 25 countries. Wives Club are only for drink-
'. Oiullhrty inclined to agree that women Both 'Dinner In a Dish' and ing coffee and playing bridge.
are the best opposite sex we 'Entertaining with Ease' edition! Please forward all social
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have ,and getting better all of "Salute for Cooking"are sold and club news to Jax Air News,
.., ; r .'f firgifV.rpss the time. ,For the girls will exclusively' by NCO CPO Box 2, U. S. Naval Air Station,
treat you as' a knight In shin- and other similar non -commissioned Jacksonville, ATTN, : Marge
:', ning armor yes' Sir! officer wives clubs. Beauchamp. .

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Movies : Club SchedulesNASJAX -

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Movies at the Mainstde Theatre '

will be shown regularly at 6 and CECIL FIELD Want Ad

8:15: p. m., Monday through Sat- "0" CLUB Performing this
In addition to the two Friday EM Club Tonight a T bone \:\\Y'av.L4tiw.\S\\4titi. :J4 v'rri sti.SyitiSSwa Sk.::?'M+k :+Kkk.\t.\4't 'C. k+'CS
urday. night will be the John steak will be
served for $1.10
evening shows there will be a Arnold "4" and Johnny Jelinek March Wilson will be performing

matinee at 2 p. m. on Saturday, will provide the music Saturday Friday. VA 15 will have their Ads should be "mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Sunday and holidays. The Hos- night. Tuesday is foreign dish party Saturday Sunday Dick 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville, Florida, 32207 to arrive
pital Theatre will have one feature night featuring gourment treats Wyden and the Moderns not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
will be
at 7 p. m. from many lands. Wednesday day Ads arriving, too late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows Is fried chickens night for the playing. Monday, Tuesday, and the following week unless the publisher is 'instructed otherwise '
Wednesday happy hour will be order for the full cost of the ad must
the week at 5:30 and whole A check or "money
family and
during ,
Thursday, is from 5 to 6. be received WITH the copy for the'ad..
8 p. m. Matinees will be shown beef eaters night at the club.
en weekends at 2 and 5 p. m.
DO NOT SEND CASH

Thursday, March 10 CPO CLUB Dancing this CPO Club Friday there will RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lints). . . .'. . .$2.00
Friday night will be to Mark" be a lobster dinner for Per additional line ((4 words per lines . .'.0.50
Castle and the John Arnold 4" $2.25 and a 10 oz.fillet mignonfor
NAS Billy Kid Vs Dracula- will have the spotlight this $1.90. The Moonlighterswill

John Carridine. Chuck Courtney Saturday night. On Sunday night be performing. A 16 Oz. VACATION A/C UNIT AVAIL- FOR SALE: 5721 LEXINGTONAve.
Hospital Operation Cross- the "Sophistl Kats" will pro- T bone will be served Satur- able, Keystone Area. Excell. Small 2BR home close
bow Sophia Loren.George Pep- vide the music for dancing. day for $1.75. March Castle swimming, boating,water sports. to school, shop. center bus.
pardC. Teenage dancing every Sunday will be guest. Sunday for $1.00 Week, month or summer lease. Conv base Lrg lot $3500.2689596 -
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ren Beatty, Hurd Hatfield along with a childs plate for 500.
ACEY DUCEY CLUB Fri- Monday the galley and package FOR RENT HYDE PARK AREA WANTED SERVICEMEN: OVER
day's music will be by the John store will be closed. Wednes- 1419 Mohawk, furn.. or unfurn, 25 to drive myVW to Milwaukee -
Friday, March 11 Arnold "4" with the Star Dust: day there will be a pizza for 2BR house, clean elec. kit., wa- Wise or Chicago anytime
ers on Saturday. Mark Castle 700. Game night starts at 7:45. ter furn. $75 mo. 389-4035 or' between March 25 and April 11. t J
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Sunday. Game night is every 5554
MacDonald Carey Shirly Ann Sunday and Tuesday.BLUEJACKETS USO NOTES CHILD CARE WORKERS: MAN
Field & wife to live with and care foe: FOR SALE: LIVING ROOM
Hospital Roustabout Elvis INNDancing USO NOTES 318 North 10 children, ages 6.12 In small group, Sofamakes bed) 2-chairs,
Presley,Barbara. StanwyckC. tonight will be to Phil Cay and Ocean Street Special events Institution. Man to do light end tables,coffee tables,2 lamps
Field Operation Cross- also tonighttherewillbeafashionshow this week at the USO include maintenance, pref. ages 25 to55, drapes, other accent pieces.
bow Sophia Loren, Goerge featured. On Friday the Surprise Nite from 8 to 11 salary plus rm. and board. good MAKE OFFER 388-6250

Peppard Apollos will play for your enter- p.m., Friday.On vacation and retirement plan. '
tainment. The Cresents will Saturday there will be a Must love children and provide WADES PLANT NURSERY- 5541
Saturday, March 12 be on Saturday night with March Planer Party. Sunday's movie excell. references* WRITE, P O TImlquana Rd. Annuals 250 A

NAS Casanova70Maroello Wilson appearing on Sunday will be "Redhead From Wyom- Box 10097. Jacksonville ,Fla. dozen'', Fruit trees Shade trees
Mastroianni- Virna Lisa night, Jimmy Strickland Trio ing" starting at 7:30. Vespersand : Pecan, Trees* Shrubs, Ever-
will provide the dance music refreshments at South Jacksonville FOR RENT: 3BR:.FLAT. &2BR greens,',Calmus Bulbs. 100. Ge-
The Kid Vs
Hospital Billy :
Oracular John Carradine, for Monday and the Apollos with Presbyterian Church. houses,&'1 BR apt 3', neatlyfurn., ,raneums.... v.
their new sound will play on Monday the USO will featurea east side of towns See 635 E.;
Chuck CourtneyC. Tuesday. Game night Is every special St. Patti's Hop. The 28th1,Stt. FURN:' :APTSi! 39411/ BOONE
Field Roustabout Elvis Wednesday. music will be by the NAS Combo. 'Park. 4RM Gar apt. $60.:Child
Presley, Barbara Stanwyck FOR SALE: FURNITURE, MAple -, welcome., ,Key at 3939 EV7-
double bed complete, TV 3356
_
Sunday, March 13 & record stand, set of nice dish
e 3pc..Drum set,camping stove. FOR 'SAL$: '1959 RAMBLER
NAS Fasination Gary Call 384-3267 wagon, ,4 doorVG .cyl, ss, R&H
Cooper Audry Hepburn 1k( lI'EOV- A/C, excell. ,cond.. .," $425 Call
Hospital These Are The 771-0622 : ,', '. .:
: ,, -
Damned MacDonald Carey, FOR SALE: 3BEDROOM HOME ,
Shirly Ann Field-- in :Ortega Hills' m';;.Avent', Dr.
C. ,Field,*. Billy The Kid Vs 1- Small,equity"&_take-up% 1ppaynients*'," Venn q' fts': B, '2iB con-
Eato ,Ca11384.3267 to"NAS':& "Cecil?Ff eld.
Oracular ,- John Carradine, Die
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In Call Page Aspinwall, CPO (Ret.)
,Chuck Courney SINGERS FOR $15 representing Naval Personnel for

Monday, March 14, LUNCHEON SPECIALI! SEWING MACHINES, left in storage Stockton Whatley, Davin & Co.
,' good condition, fully elec' Ph.,771-1241 ,or 356-7371

NAS Family Jewels FRESH WATER CATFISH tric, does" I everything complete1 ". ,
Jerry Lewis, Donna Butter- with attachments;: Yours for :Profes-
POODLE CLIPPING: -
charge: .Qn1y $15 each
worth & Call storage warehouse3531946: rill.deliver ',sional, training,, by..> New York
Hospital Casanova70Mar- of Grooming' 771 -
School
A, :.1' Dog c
cello Mastroianni, Virna LisaC. HOMEMADE HUSH PUPPIES no obligations. ,Q21t>. ,Puppies and Stud Service.
Field ., These Are The Sewing Machine'CompanyHEIDOVIK

Damned MacDonald Carey, COMPLETE DINNER $1.00
RENT OR SELL 4 BR,, 2 B.rahg ,
Shirly Ann FieldTuesday ,
IUCKET $3.95 ." '&overt,ex cell value;DUKE

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NAS Git Jack Chaplin, : .RENT '2BR.HOUSE FURNished -
Heather ScottHospital waterfront,'fireplace,140Ib
Family Jewels ACADEMY AWARDNOMINATIONS. freezer air conditioned dish

Jerry Lewis, DonnaButterworthC. 5 washer. &115 per month, water
Field Casanova70* Mar- FORD MERCURY included. 6163 Ortega: Farms
cello Masteroanni, Virna Lisa ,Including i. Blvd._'

INVITATION ACTRESSElizabeth:
Wednesday, March 16 YOUR Hartman 3 BIJ, REDECORATED HOME
$100, dwn. $50. mon. ORANGE
TO VI3ITONE OF THE SOUTHEAST'S LARGEST '"
PARK REALTY"264 2411
NAS Sands of Klahari! : Supporting
MOST MODERN AW COMPLETE FORD 4 MERCURY \

Stewart Whitman, Stan Baker VeALERSWPS'COYERim A;.:CT*J&PCK /,' ; ACTRESS DEAL ESTATE: Free consultation -
Hospital Git Jack Chaplin,
Heather ScottC. FEATURING PESOWAtSAt 5 SEffWCSWITHY6UR Shelley advice. 7 days a week.Homes
CONVENIENCE IN MIND -4 WintersMcH for sale, $100 Down. Equities
Field
Family Jewels -
No Qualifying. Rentals.Homesite
Jerry' Lewis Donna Butter-
,
worth Lots, Acreage, Investments.
Ford Motorama Inc WALTER T. BOWEN, Reg. Bro-
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I'\' JAX MARINES I1 Ai


ySgt. Joel FergusonEXT.

400


NEW DIVISION maintained one division on each
coast of the United States. The S

ti > Activation of the first of the activation of the Fifth Marine
units of a new Marine Division- Division, the fourth in active
service, will ultimately restore
"
the Fifth was announced by
Secretary of Defense RobertS. this balance, with it on the West ?-
the Second Marine -
McNamara. Coast and
Regimental Landing Team 26, Division stationed at Camp Le-
consisting of the 26th Marine jeune, North Carolina. :qv 1 HI

Camp Pendleton, California. LIVING/ / COLORIf L'---1
Activation of the other two Infantry -
Regiments the 27th the Florida Marine Air
and 28th Marines will followin Reserve had to .pay the cost of _
that order. The artillery the advertising, support and
Regiment of the Fifth Marine production of the material received _

Division, following historical from television station
precedent, will be designated the WFGA -TV Jacksonville,it would
13th Marines. cause Congress to work overtime
looking for the funds.So .
The Division is expected to
how does thanksto
one say
be fully manned within
one
U Since the activation of the Division year.- an organization that not only THANKS Mr. Harold Baker, center behind speaker's stand, News Director for WFGA.TV,
is scheduled in increments, finds the time, but in fact makesit Jacksonville, accepts a Certificate of Appreciation from LtCol./ L. E. Lovette (left of Mr.
some Battalion Landing Teamsof their duty to lend support to Baker) Commanding Officer, MARTD, Jacksonville. The certificate was presented on behalfof
the Division will have reacheda all community sponsored pro- the Florida Marine Air Reserve to WFGA-TV with special acknowledgement to Mr. Baker

state of full operational! readi- jects. and Mr. Clyde Montgomery (right of Mr. Baker), a news editor for the station. Holding the certificate -
ness by the time the entire Is SSgt. 'Steve Bock (left) and SSgt. Guy J. Daniels (see story).
Division Is formed. Plans for The Florida Marine Air Re-
of serve made a humble effort to
the activation this Division
announced say "Thanks' during an even- For the first time in his long Carolina. He filmed their acti- WFGA. TV had their capI-
were previously to
of ing newscast last month. career, Mr. Baker was caught vities In color and with soundon tal correspondent cover the
Congress by the Secretary
Defense. LtCol. L. E. Lovette, Com- short, and without something to film or recorded the sound event. He not only filmed the
The Headquarters and major manding officer Marine Air say. His first knowledge that by tape. proclamation signing, but also
portions of the Fifth Marine Reserve Training Detachment something was amiss came' at While Clyde was filming filmed a special one minute endorsement -
6:06 six minutes into this special show WFGA TV by Governor. This
,
Division will be located at Jacksonville, a color guard, two. p.m.
his when he and the furnished the ISO with 16mm filmed endorsement was usedas
Camp Pendleton California.One staff NCOs: to carry a 30 by 40 newscast,
Battalion Landing Team from inch Certificate of Appreciation, viewers at home heard the loud black and white film to shoot part of two live interview
I the Division and a six man honor guardin and clear command, "forward the daily happenings of the shows that WFGA TV arranged -
plus supporting
march" his voiceas Florida units. These one to during the month of
4 aval'tion elements, will be basedat dress blues, marched in on ring out over
Kaneohe Oahu Hawaii. Mr. Harold Baker News he was reporting a news three minute reports were aired November. They also aired
Bay, ,
Prior to the departure of Director for WFGA TV during story. Through the bright lights daily while the units were away. the films "War Within AWar"
the First Marine Division from his live evening newscast that blinded him marched the and "The Full Blade."
Pendleton to the Western and prsented the huge certificate 13 Marines and Mr. Clyde Mont- Upon returning, Clyde started
Camp
Pacific, the Marine Corps before some 800,000 home gomery. At the command of the hard and time consuming job The one minute filmed
television viewers. "present arms"" LtCol. Lovette of editing, writing and matchingthe endorsement by Governor Burns
read the words of thanks. sound of his show. He worked was given to MARTD and is
AUTO The certificate read "In appreciation Arrangements had been madea many long hours on his own. used today as pan of our Civic
of outstanding news month earlier with Mr. Jessie Mr. Baker assigned a full crew Action presentation.The .
INSURANCE coverage, support and interest, Cripe, Station General Mana- of technicians to assist. He
I of Florida's Citizen Marines, ger. It was agreed at that timeto worked until, midnight and later .'
Iii MILITARY we of VMA 142 HMM 765. keep it a surprise fromMr. for the next month rushing to two five minute 'color
MARG 14 and the Marine Baker. Only two others, Mr. complete the show In time feature covered Flag Day and
III All Ranks and Ages. Air Reserve Training Detach- Bob Vandergriff News Editor, for Brigadier General Hugh M. the outstanding flight safety
Monthly Payment Plan ment say "Thanks and Well and Mr.Harry AlexandraDirec Elwood's Commanding General record of VMA 142 who have.
Done to WFGA-,TV with special tor of the .show, knew of it until Marine Air Reserve Training flown over 10,000 accident free
6479 ROOSEYEITrto acknowledgement to Mr. Harold the night of the presentation.Then Command, inspection visit to hours.
f to NAS.Jux Baker and Mr. Clyde Mont all the personnelofWFGATV Jacksonville, October 8,' 9, and
: phone 38S-7676 gomery." The certificate was were told so they wouldn'ttip 10. ALL IN ALL FLORIDA'S
-J WcPQUGAtl'S signed by all members of the it off when the Marines In MARINE AIR RESERVISTS
'Insurant* Aaenry Florida based Reserve units and dress blues' and with rifles arrived Clyde used actual sound effects AGREE THEY COULDN'T: HAVE
the Detachment. at the back door of the throughout. When you're A BETTER FRIEND THAN WF-
studio at 6 p.m. inside a jet, you hear the inside GA TV.
In the past year WFGA hum and when outside, the roar
TV has covered every event of the jet engine can be heard
concerning the Marine Air with all its power. r
IMPORTED PARTS Reserve worthy of mentioningto The show was completed at Whether he's buttering'up a
the public. They have airedan 06:00 a. m., October 9th. Mr. blonde or spreading may
hem Charles
Vine
'
average of four spot announce- Montogomery and his staff had gives
you more for
ments weekly, film two five worked all night so that Gen. your money.
minutes color features and Elwood could preview the show FRIDAY
produced a special 30 minute that night.
.. color documentary which was
aired twice. Mr. Alexander Breast Presi- i
dent of Florida Georgia Television 16E

COMPLETE STOCK OF IMPORT To film the 30 minute color owners of WFGA.
documentary, "Ready Reserve", TV hosted a preview party
PARTS ACCESSORIES. SUPPLIESFOR WFGA TV assigned Mr.Mont- for the General and his staff.
However Gen. Elwood had taken
.AU 'MAKES AND MODELS gomery to Join the Florida
OF CARS A TRUCKS Marine Air Reserve on their ill and could not make the trip.
annual training duty. He spenta The preview was held at the
;k
week with VMA 142 and television station, as the completed
-133 -, and MARG 14 at the "Ready Reserve" show
I 388.9331 I Air had been produced in its final
Marine Corps Station,Yuma,
color video
stages on tape.
} Arizonia, and three days with .y
505 McDUFF VE. S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 32205 HMM 765 at the Marine Corps After the 30 minute show, the ,:
Air Facility New"River, North scene moved to the River Garden
Club for dinner and refreshments
for the remainder the evening.The .
show "Ready Reserve"has
been aired twice, October

20, 1965 and January 18,
$00 1966. It has been submitted to
$
the National Press Awards] com-
I mittee at Oklahoma University
IRY WALl ? where it will compete with other JOSEPH LEVINE presents

; shows class."In the "color special tndBeSTvSeCReT


A DAY The show by Headquarters has also been Marine reviewed \V

Corps and WFGA TV has given

L ,W' ,.) BUYS A 1 1966 FIAT Commandant.When all rights for. Its use to the AGeNT

MARTD Jacksonvilleand in the

. '. < ;; 'n nfA\f\ ) CARS of0I :: serve the joined Florida the Marine Civic Air Action Re- whole

I { Jacsl .sonvillal Program, WFGA. TV joinedtoo. wide

J AVElJiAlli1)J 1 ) arranged. A press with Governor conference Burnsat was COLOR world"

1037 HENDRICKS 398 5746 his office in Tallahassee for
10 November 2nd, at which time
134 E forsyth 356 3tfi9
he would(J sign a prbclahiatlon.:


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JAX AIR WSIAFTERBURHER Page '13_
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I Jax Hosts First Round Of Inter- -- .!.service Tournament ;: :: : I

The first round of the Florida-


Tournamentgoundern last Sautrday, March 5-, ., 'F: .y we.w '(:+. t1 Volleyball. ,I ( ,;rR

way at NAS Jax. 4.'N1; : "j; .-'. -, '. ......... I .. '&
.
'I" :, : : "
The 10 Volleyball a.m. in the tournet NAS startedat Gymn ,:: ,V' Y ,S'P' ,0:: A'II'( ,f : : '

end of the afternoonthe
and by the ,
::, ,.,
.. .
Cecil Field Raiders were in ;", '*'... .<
first place, sowing all on "..-.....-,-tf-.....-.

lookers why they are the top Bowling. .:..,._: -- '. .
team in the state of Florida. The : .,,'1 :

Raiders, under Coach MacMc _.----.-- I" .
Guckin, turned In a 10 wins- -
1 loss record.
Jax Navy, coached by Jean ..
in second with 8 ...' s"
Vargo, came U t..J, .jt.
wins and, 3 losses. They were ----.
followed by Oralndo AFB witha S xyr 1=;-
4 and 8 record; Hunter AFB
with a 1 and 10. MacDill Air A
Force Base did not show up
for the tournament, thus
leaving them with no wins, no A ,
losses. ,
While the volleyball was
still going on,the bowlers were
commencing their tournament
play at the NAS Jax Bowling
Center. The results at the end .:(: .
of the day found only one Jax .
bowler placing in the individuals.
Bob Wilkins PNC with GET IT OVER Two members of the Cecil Field "Raid
Fleet Intelligence Center,placed ers" leave the deck to return the volleyball to the Jax Navy

second in the high sets with a "Fliers". The Raiders/ top team In the state, finished In first
609. High set for that day w p
/ after the first round of the Jax
turned in by Tom Williamsof place tournament. Navy came
Sanford, with a 643, and in fn second with an '8 3 record. The teams will meet on the

third position was Jim Henryof courts, March 19, at Cecil Field for the second round play.. .
Mayport, with a 607.
In the team ,standings NAS Support Your Teams***
Jax placed second behind ***
Sanford with a total pinfall of
5542. Sanford's total was 5577. -- A
Other teams in their respective CHIEF CAMPBELL'SElan.ding
position were: Robbins AFB, SHADOW BOWLWC .Members of the Jax Navy and Hunter Tenxxeoo
5404; McCoy AFB, 5366; May- Air Force bowling teams get into a little practice and set up
port, 5359; Orlando, 5351; Cecil their line-ups prior to the start of the Florida-Georgia Inter- SERVICE STATION
Field, 5284; Glynco, 5175; service Championship Tournament. The first round of the tournament 103rd and Blandlng Offers
and Hunter AFB, 5118. was held last weekend at HAS Jax, with the second

Results: Ray in Villard the high of singleswere Hunter and concluding round being played at HAS Cecil Field on GAS FOR LESSTo

AFB 227 of March 19.Navy.
; Johnny Taylor Military Personnel sad
Robbins AFB.224; Jim Brenner -
of Hunter 'AFB -223; Hal Judo Club Takes 2nd G.v0mmeit Employees I ,
Wiese of Orlando AFB 222; ", vr.?,J:,, I
and George Horton. of Orlando AT OUR SPECIAfi'SLAND

AFB 222. Place at Recent MeetJunior ALSO Wash & Wax Delco Batteries
The second round of the
tournament will be played Satur- 9 Lubrication Firestone Tires

day, March 19 at NAS Cecil members of the Jax made about the losing boys .
Tune-ups' 8 Quaker State 011
Field.
Navy Judo Club took two first their sportsmanship and effortsin
wins and placed secondin Brakework General Auto Repair
MAD Takes LeadIn place the contest, even though they
the over-all team standings did come up being eliminated ROAD SERVICE! 0700-2400
the second Jax-St. Au- .
during from the match play.
NATTC Golf gustine Junior Judo Clinic heldat
NAS Jax last Saturday.
Larence Huwe took first placein
Marine
Detachment MFC
grabbed the lead in NATTC the Welter Weight division withIn .' ,t, ". ".. ;b'" ,
Intramural Golf DeGunther coming in first
by defeating

Support Service Team Two the Middle Weight total class.of 35 boys -SVIO : .' .... .:, r.
three and one half to two and There were a I 'v. '. :.'" 's'''j'f ; .r:1-;', ":
*
the clinic meet. r
one loss half Tuesday, March 1. The Boys taking from part Jax in Navy Judo Club, ...*,.before you buyr
dropped'last season's
top YMCA, and the ,',
"c'
duffers into second place. St. Augustine ;

During the second flight of the Jacksonville Judo / DoJo. SEE .

afternoon fifth place Support The clinicinstructionwasheld) 4 .... .
1
started, and ; \
Service Team number Three before match play
had an easy time handling Avia- was conducted by Rodney Fowler -
tion Electrician's Mate Blue Shodan (1st Degree Black
Team five to one. Belt), instructor of the St. Au-
Fourth place MAD number One gustine YMCA team.
easily defeated seventh
place HfoAt
the five weight
MAD number Two Two to one Winners in
Wednesday March 2. classes"were:
Later in the afternoon third LIGHT WT: 1st Roger Al-
Place Support Service Team wran; 2nd Mike Hinton; and S
number One turned last place 3rd Dave Kibler; all from the

Aviation Electrician's Mate Jax Judo/DoJo. .
Jold's outing into brass. SS WELTER WT: 1st Larence From $ month
,1 defeated them five to one. Huwe, Jax Navy; 2nd Henry TO per ,

Standings during the fifth week Dones, Judo/DoJo; and 3rd Only / pays everything! -
St. f
of Intramural Golf are as follows Don Booth, Augustine. De ," ,
: MIDDLE WT: 1st John
Gunther lax Navy; 2nd Steven It Takes Only DA YS To MOVE IN
Team White, Jax Navy; and 3rd Kim
Won Lost
Ard LT., Jax HEAVY Navy. WT: 1st Tom NOTHING DOWN TO VETS
MFC
., .." 3 0 Grohonski, St. Augustine; 2nd
SS # '
2 ,
3 1
Everette, Sax Judo/
William .
SSl -d
2 i Mike McClure {
3rd -
and
MAD fa 2 1 DoJo; WESTWOOD r OPEN EVERY DAY-

SS #3 1 1 Jax HEAVY Navy. WT: 1st -James Ted- MANOR od r i ONE PM TIL DARK
AE (B) 1 2 Jax/JuDo 2nd John Ray- r.-t..Ie -d
der
MAD fa 0 2 and 3rd Paul I tJ
St. Augustine;
AE (G) 0 4 no, fa PHONE
Navy.
Fisher,Jax

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r- Other local boys playing' for i ...
SPECIAlThe Jax Navy Judo .but not placing FIELD nOJrdSt. Me :.. Stockton, Whatley/ Davin & Company
Greater Jacksonville were: Ray Delgo, James Hughes I ii \ REALTORS
Open Golf Tournament,Season Mark Kosnik, Rick Delgo, Sean I NAS 100 West Boy Street
membership for $12 regular Whyte, David Hallums, and JAX
Price is $15. Charles Bigler. There were
some nice compliments also


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lodtorwiia '66 Eagles Cop Ironman Trophy '

To Host Gala _fl \ Whistling In' "

.
i'' In Jax Intramural Program
loot Parade '. The RiggingBy

J :
all boat 1 1A
ATTENTION owners
Lt. P. E. Thlbo eau
gala "full dress" boat ,
parade will be held this yearat ,v l" q
the Boatarama of '66 accord- Scuttlebutt has it that the Navy and further comment. A motion
Ing the show's Parade Marshal Jacksonville Sailing Club will was made and accepted to
Ed Chmelar. receive four Catamarans (in provide for temporary member-
a trade by Special Services for ships in the by laws to be
the Bettle. Catboats) from N. S. available to TAD and school,
The parade is scheduled for Mayport in the' near future.It ( to exceed 6
Saturday, March 12th at 2 p.m. is believed that these cats personnelVarionot) other items
. headed by the Florida Board are the small Aquacat class. concerning the obtaining of the
I of Conservation patrol boats.The: \ This will provide NJSC Sailors club decals, patches and boat
parade will form at 1:30 p.m. at with the opportunity of explor- burgees were discussed with
1 the Dallas Thomas Park Marina. ing of a new type of sailing. action being held over until next
I Other boats in the parade will Properly handled In a good meeting. Commodore Jackson
1'
be manned by members of )local 1'I breeze, a catamaran is capableof stated that all Boat Captainsare
boating and fishing clubs and approaching a speed of 20 responsible for securing
private individuals. knots. In a sailboat, that's their boats in heavy/foul wea-
practically flying I We might ther conditions.
The parade route Will be from even be able to give the Suicides Sailing instructions classesare

the Acosta Bridge circlingto a run for their money. being presented for. all
the review stand directly,behind ',; ,." The club is comtemplating the Interested members with the first
the Civic Auditorium and 'k i&.. "I'.n acquisition of a set of spin- class having been held this
proceed to the Main Street Bridge nakers for the Bantams The past Saturday. These classes
... and return to the marina. "BIG /IU. .. .Copf. J. R.. Mackroth, NAS Jax Commanding Officer addition of a spinnaker to'a will be' held in: the future on

presents the Ironman Trophy to Cdr. C. J. Eadie, Commanchng boat's suit of sails is a valuableone a basis of when the Instructorand
"Anyone who owns a boat is
Officer of Patrol Squadron Sixteen. VP-76 won the adding greatly to it's per- students can get together.If .
eligible to participate in the formance when running before missed the first class,
parade," Chmelar. "All trophy with a total of 2300 points. you
says
.. the wind. contact Vice Commodore Caron ,
we ask is that you use your im- several -
There are championship at Ext. 8547 and make arrangements -
agination.. and decorate'your boat The "Eagles" 'of Patrol 1750; Heavy Photographic' Squadron races coming up this monthIn to make it All
up.
in a-way that will please the Squadron Sixteen recently'cop* Sixty Two, 1725 and the Florida area. The biggestand members will be requiredto
new
anticipated thousands of spectators ped .the "Big I" Ironman Fleet Intelligence Center, U. S. most colorful will be 'the through this,, qualificationcourse
l who will line the river banks Trophy with a total of 2300 Naval Forces Europe(FICEUR) One of a kind Series go with it's attendant written

behind ,the Civic Auditorium and points for their competitionin 1550. sponsored by the Yatching and practical test. If you have
the f Dallas Thomas Park." the Ironman intramural sports The Ironman Trophy is This will see
Magazine. year previous sailing experience,you
program from July to December.Cdr. awarded semi annually to the
Inland Lakes Class A Scow
the take the tests for qualification -
First, second and third place C. J. Eadie, Commanding ; unit which has the most points. against the top Multi may .
trophies will be awarded to the Officer of VP -16, acceptedthe For this presentation bowling, pitted One. The
Division
hull boats in SALTY SEZ: Any swabby
best decorated boats. As an trophy on behalf of his golf, touch football, handball, of this should settle
results race worth his salt kin tell ye the
ttve to clubs in this '
squadron. volleyball, and tennis
ping pong the which is the
argument over difference between a knot, a
I a reaf a $50 cash prize will be ,
The
"Eagles' amassed 700 were the sports considered.The
The raceswill
faster type boat. hitch and a bend I How about
awarded to the club if the first points in bowling; 1000 in volleyball second presentation of the
take place in St. Petersburg on mate? A KNOT Is usedto
place winner is of the you
one regular 500 in 500 will held
; ping pong, trophy cover sports March 20March 23. bind something together, (the
membership.All ill handball; and 200. in tennis January through June, 1966. 8-11 the dates
are reef or square knot) or as a
for their 2300 total.
or clubs interested set for the 29th annual Inter stopper on the end of a sheet
, persons Other teams among the top This presentation was the national Mid winter Snipe overhand knot)
in participating in the parade five the Air Force ( figure eight or
were:
seventh under the
present
pro- Class championship at Clear- to make a loop (bowline -
should Ed Chemlar temporary
contact at ,
679th Radar
. Squadron with 2075
Each time unit wins
gram. a
Already held were: .
water. ) Be careful where
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724 1259 or write to P.O. you
points; Overhaul & Repair, the trophy; their name is addedon Shark
Box 1313. Fireball Class in Tampa, use a knot, especially the square
the,trophy. The unit which Cats Miami, Thistles in St.
'* in knot, as it may eithefFightento
r '. CLIP THIS COUPON i wins the' Big TI four times Petersburg and the Y Flyers the point where it can't
receives a permanent Iron ,- in Orlando. The Bermuda Fifth
be untied or if used on lines
1 SpecialBrake / man Trophy. International Sunfish Regatta took of unequal diameter, it may
place during Christmas week Slip. A HITCH is used to makea
I. I and was dominated by the Sam rope,, fast to another object _
: c Wharton family of Bermuda. ( clove hitch, barrel hitch).. A
65 U-C.ntrol M..t BEND joins two rope ends to

At the NJSC club meeting each other /,(sheet bend, fisher-' .
., Adjustment I The NAS Jax Recreation, last week the revised constitution man's bend!)! '
? ,Division has announced plans was read to the membersfor Don't forget, Trl-Club races
CALL FOR APPT. DURING THE NEXT 10 DAYS to,sponsor a U Control Model comment A copy will this Sunday at the Florida I: +
GOODYEAR STORE I: Meet next month. The event has be posted on the clubhouse Yatch Club. All classes! will
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been tentatively scheduled for bulletin board for your perusal be represented See you there. .

5429 Htmndy.!" '-4571It 'i April 15 and, Will be at the
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... mt MMM !.t.--, 'Drill Field on Yorktown Ave. SPORT'SHORTS : I
Judges from Jacksonville will :
-- ..... Judge the meet and the trophieswill WAVES BOWLING/
be presented to the winners During ,tb3regular Monday record with the Pin Busters
in various classes. night competition! held feb; and Legends tied for second
Further information concerning 28, Jean Hynes washighscorerof with 45-42-1 records. The ,
the meet will be the night in the Waves Bowling Free Loaders 'are third witha
published in the Jax Air News, League. She rolled, a. 192 39 49 record, followed by

and can also be obtained by to capture high game .and'net, i *. the Top Poppers,' 36 52, and
calling' Mr. H. C. Osburn at high handicap with a 206. the-- Bowlerettes, 31 56 1.'
Ext. 8378 from 10 a.m. to The Misfits still lead the
MEETINGThe
6 o.m. league with a 65 21 1
NAS Jax Athletic Office -
has announced that there'
Take a Pleasant Little Drive and will be a meeting for Softball
umpires to be held next Monday. .

Mardi 14. The meeting will .
get underway at 11:45 a.m. in
Bldg. 3. .
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VP 16 Supply 61 ., v

Weapons, 52 CommOffMess,30 .' .
NARTU,'50 VP 5, 47 ;
,Marines 45 679th. 61 :.
VW 4, 37 Dispensary 40
SAVE$100 ( mpe ) on Supply, 61 FAETU, 28 .

,,- VP 16, 61 Weapons 40

New CHEVROit, otpsjvfoSite; ; Marines: 42 # ComFalrJax.34NA .


or a Fine tK OSEt> (CAR fromROBERTS TTC BOWLING

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Teams Won Lost .

. 1 : CHEVROLITANI >, .
AEVB 17 11

... > OlDSMOBItt: AEA #1 ,,; 16 12 .
Club MAD 2 16 12
C 11 tic
Green Cove Springs, Florida ? 2 16 12'AE
Officers 16 12
POST TIME CLOCK on McDUFF of BEAVER MAD #3 15 .13
CHtV/toLsT PH JAX 284-3033,264.9600; I MAD #4 15 .13...,


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GJO TicketsAt .
COLUMN LEFT I
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HAS Cecil
6 Ua.. Col6

Special Services has a llmi?
ted number of free tickets to
They bucked the wind Friday her appearance in the shoot- the Greater Jacksonville Golf
aid Saturday atNAS Cecil Field ing dog stakes Mr. Fox pointed Tournament that will be conducted r 1. 3
tteyalso nearly swam throughthe out to other entries that ,with at the Selva Marina Coun-
Friday night rain that hadn'tdr"ily" his dog it was a contest between try Club, Atlantic Beach, on
dog and owner to prove who March '21 through 27. These
Is an the encompassing was the smartest. And whenit tickets are available to the members -
pronoun for Boy Scouts, came; to quail Mr. Fox conceded of the composite recreationfund
full grown men and women, that the dog usually proved (active duty Personnel) of
quail bird dogs, beagles, and her point. The commander's NAS Cecil.

St gernarfor/ Is thee dog's point was near perfect.At To insure utilization to the fullest ,. ', ... ...
those peo- least close enough to please of these tickets and also 04
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pie aOOthings which turned out the judges and produce winner. fair and equal distribution, the HEAD DOWN. .LEFT ARM STRA/CrJT. .This was the saying ,
[ station's second field Captain S. D. Wright fieldeda following will apply:
he at the HAS Cecil' golf course last week as the Fall/Sum- '
trial last weekend.A winner In the Club member Reservations must be madeat ,
week has
24
The 22 season "
first glance at the groundson stakes late Saturday afternoonand Special Services Office, Bldg. mer ,Gall/ 'League got. underway. ,'.
Saturday morning left the later In the day put some fun 4, or by calling Mrs. Williamsat teams entered.
impression that there should Into the field for Sunday's:! first extension 8112, not later than
have been a water fowl hunt brace. The captain after__the noon of the day before you plan to 'NAS Cecil IM Golf UnderwayPlay
going on rather than a gathering activities were over, planted attend. If your ticket is not
of upland game men and quail feed In the field. Thenext picked up prior to 2:00 P.M., got underway last week The teams will play each '
pointing dogs. But then, dogs, day the first brace to go it will be made 'available on a in' the' NAS Cecil Field Wednesday afternoon, through
horses, and men came into view out hit the feeding covey and first-come-first-serve basis. Fall/Summer Intramural Golf the next 21 weeks, or until
spewing enough water to leavea the quail scattered all over Reservations for tickets for Mar League with twenty four they have faced each other
whale envious and far from dry. the place. 26 and 27 must be prior to noon teams entered. twice. At the conclusion of
But much to the credit of Then there were three cooks Friday, March 25 and picked up The league Is broken into the season, the winners of each ,
the dogs and the menu'trials Tom Green, duck Arnold, before 300PM.: two divisions. Twelve teams division will play for the 1
came off on schedule: and in and Lt. L. L. Newman, that Reservations will be acceptedon from the station makeup a Blue NAS Cecil championship. Trophies -
a fashion rare to most field were selling barbque chicken as the day prior to a game 'League, and twelve teams from will be awarded to'the
trials. quail. The Pure Food and Drug and will not be repeated the the fleet activities comprise the, first place teams in each league.
Here is a partial list of events Commission never caught up to following day by any one indi Gold League.
during the two days that made them but those "hybred quail" vidual. A person attending one
the event unusual: made lots of full bellies. day will be considered for the
Biggest entry of the two days, Overall ,there weren't as following day only after 3:30 P.M.
or attempted entry, came in the many entries at last weekend's and until 4:00 P.M., and then :ER.ed.. :a.a.K.I: XL
shooting dog stakes when Commander trials as there were at the first only after all others have had
J. M. Bannister the running, but they had just as an opportunity to obtain a ticket. The GrndiUy .f ill Reri Runts
station's public works officer, time. Season tickets are on sale
good a
showed up with his St. Bernard, until March 15 at the Special NOW FEATURES A COMPLETE MENU
Services Bldg. 4. These tickets
Duffie.Duffie, under leash, headed for "JO"In costing $15.00, will be sold for DINING FACILITIES FOR Over 200 People
with the thoughtsof "30" is $12.00. The holder of these
field
the bird journalism put at ALWAYS THE lEST
a pointer and the stride of the end of a story to tell the tickets will be admitted to each
an elephant. But: one of the typesetter that this is the end. of the seven days of the tournament PITBARBQUEOFTEN
sharp eyed judges caught' sightof The "30" above marks the plus free parking.
the St. Bernard and informedhim end of "Column Left" under NAS Cecil will be represented
In the Pro-Am event that will IMITATED NEVER DUPLICATEDUse
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that there were no peoplelost this by line.It
in the fields. has not always been easyor be played on the first day.
of Room Is Free
While not the biggest a beagle correct to produce a weekly our Banquet
owned by CWO M. E. Bar- column on sporting events too To Military Personnel'
low made short legged attemptsto far in the past or too distantin ALSO: Our Red Bam Tavern Is '
get into the hunt.. But they the future. It has been fun, The Friendliest place In Town. '

were all to no ayaH as Mr. Barlow's though, for this writer. In 5213 WESTCONNETT( 'BLVD.. < <*Wj? 1
daughters decided beagleswere the year and one half in the :
meant to be lap dogs. Jacksonville area I have learn- wlftuwlJwt!
Witht, these two contrasting ed that there are few charactersin .
entries eliminated the field sports to ,equal those at NAS
was left,to the bird dogs. 'Cecil Field and NAS Jax. Par r
Lcdr. Ray Fox used psy; don the sentiment but there
chology on his pointer before are none better In the world.

HOME BUILDERS INC.r' .
++>.ee.eoeoex.ea.+rv + ?ee.orov Mx+n BY BELLAIR
I Krippendorf Wins I I ,, '
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Sailing ClassicDon 771-22SS

NOWSHOWING

Krippendorf, AT3, the !
landlocked seagoing sailor from
AMD, has added another title
to his growing list in the The greatest You cuu rANK e. oir Sf:1t'

sailing circle. Last weekend oi .
comedy SERVICESWhether
Don and, his brother Dr DEPOSIT

R. Krippendorf: ,'won the Mid- all time! you come in to deposit : ,
Winter Windmill Class Championships your money, send it by mall,
held ,at St. 'Petersburg or use our night depository
The race was open to 'entries service, you can be sure that
throughout the United ,States. your money will be safe. Yes,
banking here Is safe and J q.ay, 11'
With convenient. Find out for
19 entries competing, Ge
the Krippendrof duo completed yourself. cl8R

the three races with a second, D Checking Accounts I 8R2
first and fourth place finish and
a total of 36 1/2 points. Their D Savings ,Acceutsa ':.. .;; ',. ":::1"" ",,, 'J
closest threat came froman 4. } .
Orlando which Installment Loans B \LLl : (' -
entry gathered '
34 I + \ : ;., .f
points. t .' \1 iL '
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II : D C..rclIILi..s .' ,,

With the added victory from e1 feLr D laik By Mail : : /; V' :i K ] .: .' j ,
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last weekend, the team of Krip- ., .,,! : .I .' ,.CPe'" ,: c:", t: k ;,<'
.J\.l. IY
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pendorf:! and KrippeOO\Jrfpresent-: 0 I Safe, Deposit Boxes ; scecai L ". !" ., .....:111,. '"; '.'.
ly, holding the titles of Fleet, PoIIpILir .N' ""
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State, SouthemMid-Winterarid ,:J(" "" > ,

National Windmill Class.Champions In the ,;J le D D ] [K1.1 K\\ Model B-2 .',. '



The Krippendorf brothers "' ...... -- --' \ Add It all up and you will see why this It to populara
have been selected to repre 2}.......'''',,"-'":lIr1.f: f model'; 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths, huge screened-ln porch
sent their class in the "One iteiy Curtis __-. -(('.' : large utility, long low sweepingnet/ ; truly a fine homo
of a Kind" race to be held ,..".,"". ':.T"..'..,,,'+1';'''' sty:: on a modest budget.
in St. Petersburg on March Jack Lem u.'j 0t
21 through 24. They were
NataUeWeH
chosen from a total of 2,226

The BUW(Great EDWARDS' wnif oMc ElBr.L.A.EE&: : : '


teams. rwsra wide e,will which have Is International one- Pace SCONCE: : :IIUJLDERS.: ,X3STC.:

entry frbm each' class"In the *** Orange Park, Fla. You ere cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience
sailing fleet. 'I Including some TECHNICOLORPANAVISKHT V MM! Member of F.D./.C. 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Binding Boulevard (Hwy:a21)March

who have. participated. in FROM WARNER BROS.
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;r; ;: : .. NAS Cecil Field Sports I In Brief I Ii' ,

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" r ::1 FLA. GA. TOURNEYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS BOWLING/

..".,'' WEDNESDAY EARLYJet
The Florida/Georgia Inter- Team Won Lost
t ,?, service Conference Volleyball
.J.1' f and bowling tourney finals will Shop 7 1 Team Won Lost p A
feH be held at NAS Cecil on March VA-44 ; .7 : 1VF. ,
Bad 45 23
: Boys
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; 19th. 62 ,7 '.
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Hell,,R. #2 43 29
.r A meeting of conference officials !- Marines 5 3 ,:
\ + y; will be held following AMD 3 4. Yel. Wat. 43 29GEMD
Hell R.l 36 '33
,4 t' : the tourney to set plans for 3 5
VFP62Cbmsy. 35 37
.: t the spring varsity sports VFP 62 3'6 .
j program. ,VF -11' 2 5 .34 38
Astronauts 26 42
.. : VARSITY SOFTBALL Weapons "'.L.f 2" ,, 7 T Birds 26 46
VA-45 '2" 7
: Coach Bob Scruggs has
r; ? announced that varsity softball S WEDNESDAY,LATE
I :.: practice will be held at 5:50r' GOLF Team" .Won Lost :
\r p.m. each day beginning Monday, .
: March 14th at "B" Circle South.; .7 : .
I
r' Representing NAS Cecil in Comm.
j 4I i .All personnel interested trying the Pro Am event 'of the VF 13, '. I 7 1 sti ; ;. :
1 ; out for the team are asked to Greater Jacksonville Open will VF-13M) ",, ". 5 3 %I
,
( i; attend these practice sessions. be Lcdr. Karvala 'of R WVA 44 4 -4
i :r BASKETBALL TOURNEY 4 and William H. Goodman Medical 5 5
ADJC. These are the two NAMTD-1 2 6 CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
I \ 'I The Second Annual Cecil Field men that won the recent Handicap NAMTD-2 ,2 6 BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSON.SP
: Intramural Basketball Tourna-
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