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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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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 expression of any 1
military department. The appearance of advertisements in,this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised., J c'

VOL., 23 NO. 51 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 17, 1966 1

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2 Jax Sailors Selected MILITARY FOR BENNY TO BE'SUGGS PAID J : "

Military personnel should begin -
receiving payments for I VA
For NESEP ProgramTwo suggestions under the new
: Incentive Awards Program to ii1' I I I
-- be implemented by the Department -
of Defense this month.
NAS JAX sailors have gineering. Although he lists '
been selected as provisional can- Gonzales, Louis ianna, as his The program came as a resultof

didates for the Navy Enlisted hometown), he resides in Jack- legislature passed last It
Scientific Education Program sonville with his wife, Lila, and I September by Congress. .t
the of
authorized
" use
>> (NESEP), according to a list published two children. I app- .'
funds military '
. in a recent Navy Times. Reaves who is attached to the ropriated to pay a syt
for Inventions -
Donnell J. NIcKens, ATN2, and Electrical Shop entered the ser- personnel suggestions
achieve-
scientific
: Keith C. Reaves AE3, both of vice in May 1964. Although he that, or contribute to effic-
the Aircraft: Maintenance Department applied for the program in Feb- ments
other
iency, or
economy
were among two of the ruary of last year, it was one in
lucky candidates who competed of the primary reasons that he erations.improvements government op- -

t in this Navy-wide.program. With entered the Navy. Reaves is of the Incentive
1 their selection NAS Jax had 50 of their candidates selected as to the Navy, he attended Mid- instructionsfrom 'It

4 men competed from this com dle College for two years, takinga delayed the Department pending of Defense. i ,
mand. course in civil engineering. :
These instructions should be f
Reaves also hopes to,attend Au-
The men are termed "pro- released sometime this month.
burn and will study electrical
visional selectees" as they still Under this program, the law'
must qualify for the programand engineering. allows the payment of up to t
pass the final screening after Although the both university men want to take attend $25,000 for contributions by military -
same
completing the Naval Pre- personnel, the same amount /
the same they had
course, never
paratory School. civilian employees are entitledto
met before becoming prospective
receive.
Nickens who works in the Avi- NESEP candidates \
under the
onics Division of AMD is on his After the men receive their Eligibility programis FOREIGN NAVAL OFFICERS. .The seven members of theNavy's
limited to only active duty
not
second enlistment having joinedthe orders, they will report to the personnel, but also includes reservists 'Supply Corps class for foreign/ naval officers arrived .
Navy in May 1961. He applied Naval 'Preparatory School in on active duty for train at HAS Jax this week for three weeks of functional training. t

for the program In Novem- either Bainbrldge, Md., or San ing. The forthcoming instruc- They are, from left to right: Lt. Lulx Mattoso_ of ,Brazil; Lf/g./
ber of last after decidingthat Calif.
Diego
year They must also Includea / of Greece Lcdr. Arne Burkal/ of'Denmark
NESEP would be a good way meet the physical requirements tions are expected to Chrlstos Passlopoulos ; : \
. to further his education. Havingno before fully qualifying. Upon formula .for determining the'' ; Lt., Oscar Mo'reyra of'Argentina; Lcdr. P., T. McMahan, ,I
J college,:)training'' to back him completion of the 9-week course amount of the'relation cash awards to SC, USN, division/ / officer 'For the class; Lt. Narberto! Pelskerof ,

;, '.. up, .he had to ,\really "hit the they will then start their col ble be1 made first.:(In., year benefits to .tangi-; of ;;Argentina!;,,Lt: GeorgeLasar'akosofGreeceiindL'i; ; ;; ; ,AlbertoCoften'of 'I '
' .books':4s of the candidatesin lege'courses.. .
many /
; : '
a
,,.. gtber< suggestion\ : I ....Vin.iuela1, "'.
,
'
t, the progfamhave.son1ecollege.**...* The two are,"-,among 382'Navy:' I 9 'j It. .' -yr. 'I. ''f ti" _.- 'i
to their credit. -j' and Marine Corps "'enlisted "
Nickens hopes ,to ,attend ,Au- personnel selected'* 'Cor'th, '

burn and major in electrical] program. 2bt6OdMiForeign; ,OfTJCCrS


U.S. 'I
: 'j"4, ... Troops
!
Here ForTrrnnunSeven

r. For Viet Nam i .


, .AW Some 20,000 more U. S.'servicemen naval officers from Argentina The functional training they; i

have been authorizedfor Brazil, Denmark* receive concerns high ]leve.
deployment to the Republicof Greece, and Venezuela arrived, briefings on the complete organization 1
r a6f ,'fi w Vietnam, bringing the totalto at NAS ;Jax this week for three of the Supply Depart- :
around 235,000. weeks of functional trainingIn ment. As many individual facetsof
This was revealed by De- supply department organization. supply organization are highly .
fense Secretary Robert S. Mc Upon their arrival they were complex and would require the
C wfr Namara in refuting what he welcomed by Cdr. L. A. Menard, entire three_weeks, the officers
i called the "erroneous impres- NAS Jax Executive Officer. will deal with. general concepts.
, i e'r t sion that, the United States is Another facet of their visit This field type training
now militarily over extended will be a tour' "f sane of the also gives them a chance to
,because of the deployment of surrounding points of interestas see how their classroom Instructions .
major combat forces In South-' well as meetings with. vari- works ,in actual op
Asia. ous local officials. eration. In this manner they are
Secretary McNamara empha- The officers, have recently able to avoid many of the mis-
sized that such an Impressionhas completed a nine week supply takes and pitfalls in the operation
absolutely no basis in fact, course designed exclusively for ,of their own naval supply de--
saying "We are fully capableof foreign officers. The course partments.Last .
\ meeting our treaty commit- covers a broad picture of our Tuesday the officersmet
ments elsewhere In the world." Navy Supply System, with the with Jacksonville's Mayor
'1i Referring to President Johnson's emphasis on our' supply mana- Lou Ritter and other city
statement that RVN re- gement procedures.Wearin' .
) officials. They'are also scheduled -
Y Continued/ on Page 2 tt> visit the' Prudential

Building complex sometime
I during their visit.. ",
O'The GreenOh
Tomrnorrow the officers will \

... travel *,o St.. Augustine where '
Paddy dear I and did ye hear the news that's goln' round? during die course of the day's
The Shamrock is forbid bylaw to grow on'Irish ground I activities( [ they will be guests
No more St. Patrick's day we'll keep; his color can't be seen, of the St. Augustine Chamberof
For there's a cruel law ag'in' the Wearin' 'o* the Green I II ,Commerce the' Ponce De

Leon Hotel. They, will also
1 met with Napper Tandy, and he took me by the hand, visit Florida's famed Marine-
And he said, "How's poor ould Ireland, and how does she stand?"
i "She's the most distressful country that ever yet was seen, land.The officers will be at NAS
For they're hanging men and women there for the Wearin' o' the Jax until Apr112.w .
if Green." ao


And If the color we must wear Is England's cruel red,
Let It remind us of the blood that Ireland has shed
Then pull the shamrock from your hat, and throw It on the sod,
WITH THE ''SECOND FLEET IN THE ATLANTIC. .An unusual An' never fear, 'twill take root there, though under foot 'tis trod.

scenic view of the flight deck of the USS Saratoga,
CVA-60, Is reflected In an Airman's helmet. The Saratoga, When law can stop the blades of grass from grow in' as they grow,
whl ch: has deployed her seventh Mediterranean cruise, will! An' when the leaves (in summer time their color dare not show
Then I will change the color, too, I wear in my caubeen
celebrate her tenth birthday April 14. ( Photograph
Navy by But. till that day, plaise God, I'll stick to the Wearin' o* the Green.
Martin Flnkelst, PH3))



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, Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


EDITORIAL Chaplains/ Message

Idea of Grass Roots Aid D.\I; ine ""'Servrces TALENTS .


Nothing. New to Military ROMAN CATHOLICSt. By Father T. J. Woof

One of God's Commandments Is "thou shall not kill." For
Edward's Chapeland of this commandment prohibits killing of another
When the late President Kennedy created the Peace Corps by too many us
of one's own life. But this Law Is far most
Executive Order, March 1, 1961, the idea of providing foreignaid human or the taking and intended end. The
Naval Hospital in its nature very natureof
on the grass roots level was new to many Americans. Not comprehensive wonder but also
elicits not only disgust
so for those In the armed forces. For and the Commandment at
many years men womenin
of what God
SUNDAY MASSES the genuine meaning wants
when we grasp
uniform stationed overseas have been giving this kind of assis- ourselves
Hospital - 0630St.
tance. -: for us In our life time.
Edward's ."Thou shalt not kill' means In Its nature every human being
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 should and must develop himself In such a manner that,, he is
AIDING) responsible for his spiritual and material welfare and that of his
DAILY MASSES '
;'. neighbor.
St. Edward's: In view of such a Devine Legislation, we are amazed at the
THOSE Monday thru Friday 1130 simplicity of the wisdom contained In this Commandment.We .
Saturday '- - 0900 know the world would,be in a better condition, anyway we viewIt

Naval Hospital: If every man fully developed every talent he possessed In the
IN NEEDWHERE Friday -, -, - 1205
This is
spiritual and material sphere. most simple toprove -
if every human practiced justice and If every man utilized
CONFESSIONSSt. his talents, would not a great extent of present poverty be
Edward's: eradicated from the face of the earth? '
Saturday .. -'-1900 2000 We should think often and well about this Commandment of God,
HELP Sunday. - - -0815 0845; for if each one of us did, this earth would be a happier place of
.1015 1045 residence for all of us. And this God Intended at our creation.
Hospital: Sunday .-0615

{ IS CATECHISM CLASSES

Chapel Annex Building 722: CAREER INFORMATIONBy

] MOSTEFFECTIVE Saturday's 1000

DIVINE SERVICES James C. Anglea, BMC

PROTESTANTAll

Ili Iii Saints Chapel Should you make the Navy a career? This Is a question that only
SUNDAY'S the Individual may decide for himself. ,
The military man's off duty efforts to aid those'in other lands 0800 -- .Holy Commw'1ion First ask yourself: What are the advantages and opportunities?
has had many names -- People-to-People, Civic Affairs, Community 0930 & 1100 --Divine Worship The Navy offers adventure, physical fitness, and travel to the far -
Relations but only one purpose., This purpose is simply to aid off places. A military career brings you thecomradeshipof the
those In need where help will be the most effective In the home SUNDAY SCHOOL finest men and women in America. Service friendships are renownedfor
and community. their long lasting loyalty.
093|? - -Chapel Annex
Today, In many places, Including Vietnam, this program has Building 722 Best of all the Navy affords young men excellent opportunitiesto
become a very real pan of official policy But for every official better themselves so they can better themselves so they can
project there are dozens being carried out quitely by individualsand WEDNESDAY'S meet the needs of the modern world. A Navy man canlearn, one
small groups of service personnel. They are devoting to these 1900 - Choir Rehearsal of more than sixty skills In Aviation, Ordnance, Electronics, etc.
projects their own time and labors. This training Is accomplished through the Navy's Service Schools.
These programs, the official and individual, the large and very SECOND MONDAY of Each Month The schools are broken down Into"A","B", and "C" class schoolsas
small, are all part of the American tradition of selflessness and 0930 Chapel Women's Guild well as fleet schools and functional schools.
America's struggle for a better future, not just for ourselvesbut (Small Chapel) One way of attaining a school is through the STAR (selective
all the peoples of the world. (AFPS) training and retention program.) This is a program designedto
U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's enable first cruise personnel to reenlist ( six year enlistment)
- 1000 for certain guarantees. To be eligible for STAR a man must
Moral Responsibility Can meet certain requirements:
CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT (a) E-3 and E 4 have at least one year of active Naval
service but not more than three years 'active MILITARY service.b .
Reduce FatalitiesApproximately ( ) E 3 personnel must be eligible for entry to the Class "A"
Highway Today- school. Waivers available at the commanding officer's recom-
Choir Practice ,at 7 p. m. mendation.

every two hours 11 human beings are murderedon Sunday- ,{, vc) ,All personnel applying must have;;a.report of enlisted
the highways of the United States annually. Eight percent of Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. ""evaluation (NavPers 792) submitte td BuPers '(PERS',- B2211))
these deaths are caused by driver error, and nearly all of them Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. before reenlistment with any guarantee can be effective.For .
Involve a lack of moral responsibility. Comunion on the first Sunday -, the first termers who are, nearing the end of there time
Just what Is "moral responsibility" which has become all of the month. In the Navy another reenlistment incentive to be given some thought
Important In our driving lives? The dictionary defines it as "that Is the choice of duty option ( BuPers Inst. 1306.73A).

which deals with the capability of distinguishing right from wrong." Daily- CATHOLIC ,. '
The driver who deliberately violates a traffic rule or regulation, _
who Is Intentionally discourteous to other drivers, or who operateshis 11:20 a. m. Mass
vehicle while under extreme stress, Is certainly guilty of moral Sunday- TROOPS-
Irresponsibility.Why 8 a.mand, noon Mass Con- Youth Group

do people violate the laws of the highway? In many casesIt fessions heard before each Mass. Continued from Page 1
is an exhibition of open hostility against any form of restraint. JEWISH To Sponsor

Discourtesy often precipitates momentary displeasure Into belligerency Call Ext. quirements will be met the Sec-
311 for
informationon
and a desire to get even on the pan of the driver who was Jewish Services. retary said we have done so to Clothing Drivo
abused. Courtesy costs nothing and is probably one of the most date and we expect to do so In
effective and easiest to-use driving safety devices. The Golden Traffic Violations the future.He The newly organized Junior
Rule applied to driving, would eliminate a large percentage of pointed out that typical and Senior High Youth Fellow-
highway accidents.It The following Is a report of emergency conditions such as a ships of the All Saints Chapel -
Is conceded that, under the Increased tempo of modern day motor vehicle accidents and traf- reserve, call up, extension of at NAS Jax will
sponsora
living, mental stress Is rapidly becoming a serious problem. Traf- fic violations for the,, period active duty tours and imposing clothing drive for Church
ficwise, it Is probably the greatest single cause of highway accidentsIn March 8 through 14. economic controls over wages World Service and Jacksonville
general and one car accidents In particular. It Is therefore, Number of Accidents and prices, profits and materials Juvenile Shelter.
extremely Important that all drivers realize the grave consequencesthat This Week -------8 have not been Invoked. Used clothing will be collectedIn
may follow If they drive while under the psychological burdenof Total. Accidents this year to date "The very fact that we have- a door to door collection
worry, anger, fear, or even exceedingly pleasant thoughts. - - - -65 n't taken these steps means aboard the station Satur-
on
Drinking ( either socially"orotherwtse) and driving Is of course Number of Accidents through that we still have great. of
.untapped day April 2. Donations
the prime example of moral Irresponsibility. It(Is sad that
to
note March 1965 - - -52 resources upon which we could clothing will be accepted in
unless an Injury or fatality caused by this insidious
strikes
practice Total number of days since call quickly to meet any major the Protestant Chaplain's Of-
"close to home, the average driver is alarmingly'apathetic.
last Injury in a motor vechicle contingencies which may con- fice. A collection box will
This land which has the "most" of everything also has the most accident ----------3 front us In the future."
also be
the
placed at entranceto
disgraceful record of Inconsiderate drivers and unnecessary highway Number of Violations
All Saint's
accidents Inhlstdr*. LETS UPGRADE OUR DRIVING MORALS I 1 II I IJTAX Chapel.Church
This
Week - - 25 "I think It Is essential," World Service is the

Speeding -----------7 the Secretary said, "that this organization sponsored by a
Reckless Driving - -0 point be clearly understood by majority of Protestant churches
Going through Stop Sign -2 friend and foe alike so that there and Is the major relief agency
AIR JVJEWS Other Violations - -16 may be no miscalculation as to for the National Council of the
Thirty Two drivers appeared our capabilities to meet out Church of Christ In America.
before the Traffic Hear- treaty commitments anywhereIn Distribution is made through
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ing Board at the meeting heldon the world. missionaries throughout the
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, March 15. Disposition of the world.

Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a cases Included the following: The two youth organizationswere
private (firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Seven lost driving and parking CORRECTIONIn organized In February of

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, privileges aboard station for the "Voting A Right this year to provide a channel
various periods, None
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville 12:00 before were service for young people In
by : noon on Monday and Duty" story which ran
assigned to
complete an eight live.
the world In which they
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- hour course in remedial driv- In the March 10th edition of
with other youth
Study
Telephone EV Ext. 8162. the Jax Air News meeting
9-7711
ing at NATTC; Two were we Incorrectly fellowships and recreation are
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning assigned to complete a six Identified the edu- also Intregal pans of the fellow-
such should be directed to hour course in remedial drivingat cation office as the Career, ship activity.

' The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, Jax Police Academy, Three Information and Education Of- The group will also sponsora
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207. Telephone 359-4040 received suspensions; Ten were fice. We would like to informour bake sale on March 26th
given warnings; Eleven dismissed readers that the correct beginning at 10 a.m. outside

VOL. 23 NO. 5J? March 17, 1966 ; Six fined ( U. S. Commissioner name Educational of this Services office is the the Main Exchange. Proceeds
); and One referredto Office. from this sale will be used
We applogize! for this
commanding officers for pos- error. for the processing of clothes
sible disciplinary action. collected In the drive. .



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Training Center 'Whitehat' Selected I

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':' ...." : As Provisional NESEP CandidateTWO .

A 23 year old sailor will be working my fingers to ry
assigned to the Naval Air the nubs trying to 1 keep up with
Technical Training Center was the freshmen just out ot high
among the 317 Navy men and school. But It's a challenge '
women "provisionally selected"for and I am going to do my very >"?' '
the Navy Enlisted Scientific best."
Education Program(NESEP He is due to enter Prep Schoolat
this coming school year, accord- either Bainbridge, Md. or v4'
ins to the March 16 issue of San Diego in June. After com-
Navy Times. pleting the 9 week school,
Bryant hopes to enroll (either
He is Roy D. Bryant, TD3, the University of New Mexico
a native of Hemet California. University of Utah or the Uni-
Bryant and other Blue Jac- "
versity of Denver where he I'I
r kets and wthe Necks- accord-
4W plans to major in oceanography.Upon tI t
ing to the Navy Times, are graduating In 1969 he
referred to as "provisionalselectees" will be commissioned Ensign."I }
because most of ,A POTENTIAL ENSIGN BY i
want major in oceanography -
to
STAR CVW. .It Isn't too often that a fighter squadron them still must qualify for the because it is an unexplored 1969. Under the NESEP j
has on officer of flag rank as It's immediate super>fncommanc/. program and pass the final world. This world Program Bryant wIll/// complete -
This Is the case however with/ / HAS Cecil based VF62. 'Since screening after completing the I feel holds many secrets four years ot collegework'
the revamping of Air Wings/ the squadrons finds, themselves Naval Preparatory School before that could be very beneficialto In approximately three
embarking regular college "
upon man, said Bryant.ne years
temporarily not assigned to one, as such, they come una'erRear work.
Admiral H. H. CorfweCommon/ o'er, Fleet Air JacJcson- .aia mat ne wantsto

ville./// /It has been a tradition of Naval Aviation/ to affix/ the Bryant said of his be ing selected South attend West a because university of the In reputed the- Tile '
for NESEP, "I am thankfulfor
Air Wing/ Commander's name to a' double-zero numbered air this opportunity to attenda excellence of their science Orange Park
craft. In keeping with this tradition, and to honor the occasion, four year college and geta departments. He also stated that
the "Seagoing Boomerangs" have decorated their 200" appropriately degree. imagine that II the rugged scenic beauty of the PresbyteriaMChurch
with/ the admiral's name anclllag. West had some bearing on his
desire to attend one of the universities -

I Increased On BondsThe located there.
Interest Rate
Bryant enlisted In' the Navyin 242 Mchtesb Av..

interest rate on U. J>. our fighting men In Vietnam and and profitable. Secondly,the pur- March 1963 after he graduated Orwn Perk FlirMi.
Savings Bonds has Increased they need to be supported with chase of Savings Bonds, by from Chaffey Junior College in |a ,
from 3.7510 to 4.157" retroactive everything we've got at this very spreading the national debt among Alapaloma California. While Minister ;
to December I, 1965. hour. It supports the cause of the investors, gives every man attending Chaffey Junior Collegehe
President Johnson announced our freedom everywhere in the the opportunity to share in the majored in electronncs.Upon Rev.Edwin (t'. Mongomery, Jr.
the Increase to members of Con- world." obligation of democraticgovern-: : graduation he was certified an
gress stating "TheSavingsBond United States Savings' Bonds, ment. electronic: technician. SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Program is both prudent and from the time of the origin of The Savings Bond Officer at Bryant is the son of Mr.
patriotic. (It (is prudent becauseIt the program In 1941 have playedtwo NAS Cecil Field, Lt (jg) C. O. and Mrs. Roy M. Bryantof 830am.
Worship
strengthens the security of highly important roles in the McCauley, extension 8163, will 40526 Sanalomar Drive,
your family. It Is patriotic development of Americanideals. be glad to help anyone set upa Hemet California. 9:45a.m. Sunday School
because it strenghtens the economy The first provide for the investor good savings bond program. He said that he expects 11:00 1 a.m. Worship
of a means of saving safe "Ask not what official confirmation of his
your country. supports your country can 6:00p.m. Youth Fellowship/ :
do for you. ." selection for the NESEP Pro- \
I gram in the, next few days.

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Navy's Driver ImprovementEducation Decreases Accidents I

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During the first half of 1965, this trend. One J phase of 42. The courses consist of L1Iv; W rr _
243 sailors and Marines were the program was introducedto 30 hours of classroom study, _
killed, 1,584 injured and over the Jacksonville area 18 12 hours of simulator trainingand
$6,700,000.00 in damage was months ago when SUPERS pro- 3 hours behind the wheelof V
. done all caused by privately vided Naval Air Station, Jack- a driver education automo- I YJ
i owned automobile off duty ac- sonville; Naval Air Station,Cecil bile on the range and streetsof
\ cidents. :This terrible traffic Field with 12 car driver simu- the Naval Air Station.
, record' does however show a lator trailers, complete with {
j definite improvement for the certified driver training instruc- The classroom study Includes
the use of textbooks, workbooks,
I same period in 1964 in which
281 persons were killed, 2,509 The SUPERS sponsoredcourse hand outs, safety film and
1
I injured and a total 'of $7, is coordinated by the Gen other visual aids which supple-
I 750.000 no in damage was done. eral Safety Office at each ment regular teaching me-
of these methods
All
thods.
The Navy's Drver improve activity and is conductedat
and advanced -
ment/Education program is responsible NAS Jax in building 702 stress beginning E
fundamentals, p
to a high degree for and at Cecil Field in building safe driving vR
exposition of local and state laws
tnd esposition of driver attitudes -
p FE and behavior. Oral
and written examinations climax -
the classroom presentation.i

Similator units in the trailer :

+ are used as "real cars'

where students learn correct and 'SKILL DIVING/ / RANGE. .Mr. Mcintosh/ aids a- student in 1 becoming
x safe habits in starting and driv- vehicle.
familiar with an actual motor
ing the car. Twelve sequenced

films in which staged traffic the course. Results of trainingnon
conditions are depicted are usedto starting the car, stoppingbacking driv-
drivers or problem
These .parking and passing are
guide orderly driving. up
should be seen in the monthsto
ers
films, which were made from executed on courses laid out
the Navy continuesthe
come as
inside a camera car,whenflased witn painted lines, cones and flag
fight against wanton murderof
on the screen point out conditions stands. Upon completion of
prevelant in all types of driv range driving the students pro- its personnel on the natlonls
ing. Simulator operators drive ceed under supervision to drive roads.
from commands flashed on the under actual conditions on the
screen and from the audio sectionof streets of NAS. Personnel interested in attending -
the simulator which provides the driver Improvement
realistic sound. Driving errors The students who successfully education course may contact
are noted on each car's dash by complete the prescribed course the, General Safety Office at
flashing red lights. Each are presented certificates whichare NAS Jax, extension 756.
drivers action and errors are endorsed by the State Boardof
CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION. .E. W. Mcintosh/ leads studentsin recorded on a chart run througha Education. The certificatesare Cecil Field personnel may
classroom study which Includes the use of text books, workbooks scoring console which moni- filed in each driver's service call extension 282 for addi-
handouts,' safety films and other visual aids. tors each of the twelve record and a duplicate is sent to tional informatin.
cars simultaneously.The the Duval County Driver Train-
ing Supervisor. The driver
students then move to a upon receipt of the certificate Yes, sir!
skill driving range where they is then eligible for a reductionin
AlsoPublish
actually operate motor vehicles liability insurance rates. W.
VISIT which are standard automobiles
except for an added safety device The various commands and
dual brake pedals. The departments have been cooperating -
various movements such as to provide students attend cpu'.sBooks'

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The Educational Services Of Two members of NARTU At NARTU Jax there
nee has recently announced the. Sax Rlchari A. Carlson ant? are five different typesof f
need for eligible volunteers for Alvin E. Henkehadcausefor squadrons which are madeup I v- --
the following Hospital Corps celebration this past week as' of the Selected Reservistswho
School courses. The number of they were selected for pro- drill one weekend each
volunteers for these courses are motion to commander. month. One type of squadronis ,
insufficient to meet current Cdr. Carlson Is presently the transport orVRsquadron. a.'S. ? ;
training requirements.The the Administrative Officer rl
for NARTU and has been with ..
courses are: Basic Hos- the unit for the past three There are three VR squad- 1
pital Corps School; Medical Deep years. He reported to rons presently attached to the 1t
Sea Diving; Special Operations NARTU after a tour of local unit. As the name Implies t
Technician; Submarine Medicine; duty withBuPers. the squadron's prime
and Nuclear Medicine. mission is to haul men and I 5M Jlftr
Requests of eligible personnel Cdr. Henke serves NARTU material to any spot on this
desiring these courses should be as Recruiting Officer and has globe. f.
submitted to ESO immediately. also been with NARTU for For all the Selected Re-
information on eligibility requirements the past three years. He resides servists there is requiredan
may be obtained at with his wife and two annual two week cruise
the Educational Services Office, children at 7845. JaguarDr. during which the officer and!
Bldg. 955. ., Jacksonville:. men of the transport ;;;quad- Vii : ,
ron have an opportunity to
make one long 'hop". This
flight enables them to put
into practice most of the Instruction zt
they have received in
the past year, from the class- ,t
room or the local, weekend
I IS.
Lp flights
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These extended flight rake
on a more serious light as 'i':' It
the missions recently have
t been to take men and cargoto
N the Southeast Asia area,
in support of the United States
activities in Viet Nam. ; o
This type of theoritical and
practical training Keeps the
naval reservist; at the peakof
readiness in case of mobil-
ization due to a national em-
ergency.

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Ralph Roberts, Jackson S
... .""" ville attorney, is presentlyon PHOTO OF THE MONTH. .Cor/fon D. Ardls, PHI chose his
COMMENDATION/ CEREMONY. .Lt. R. A. Frederick was two weeks active duty six year-old daughter, ,Patricia, as the model for his winning
for training at NARTU Jax. entry In the Fleet Air Photo, Lab's 'Photo of th.'Month' Con-
commended by Capt. H. B. Stott, Commander Fleet Air Wing
Formerly a major in the The
Eleven, for his contribution to the nation's war effort in Viet Air Force, Roberts entered test. subject for the contest was Syncro Sun Photography,
and this view was shot at 200, using f6! and a Ho. 5 flash
Nam. Lt. Frederick who Is presently Air Intelligence Officer the Navy last May as a lieu- bulb for fill
for FAVf-11 was commended. for his performance as radar controller tenant commander. light.
on the Navy's El-B, attached to VAW-I7. He flew 55 With the Naval Air Re-
support missions..over ,Viet Nam with his unit from the attack serve's Air Intelligence Unit
J", ircalt'arie,; Conjfe/fof/on.' /( he attends weekend llseach
month informed
to keep on
new developments in naval In-
telligence, If needed he
would report with his unit
for active duty as a thoroughly -

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Roberts is a partner in
the law firm of Santora and
,Roberts.. lie and his wife
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\ tqY __ The Civilian Golf Association -
I of NAS Jacksonville will
: hold a meeting of March 17 r Y ;
1 1966 at the Pine Tree Club Houseat P
7:30 P.M. The Executive _
Board will meet at 7:00 P.M. \, N -
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The Tournament Committee is
Interested in knowing if our

\ ,, .' / golfers are interested informing
a golf league, with play after ,
working hours ( 4:00 P.M.) nine- a W J a 1t
hole matches with two men teamson
a handicap basis. The possibility ..---
of this golf league
0. will be discussed at the meeting.
4I A SMILE/ FROM THE OFFICERS.' .Two HAS Cecil secretaries
are among the newly Installed officers/ of the Jackson
ville Crown Chapter, American Business Women's As so da-
Lion They are Mrs. Louise Beard, secretary for the Command.
I Y K i ing Officer, and Mrs. Agnes Tracey, secretary for the Opera
r, WHEN NOT IN USE tions Officer. Installation ceremonies were held last week

z: TURN OFF during a meeting at the Roosevelt Hotel.' (L to RJ): Mrs. Thelma /-

l:; THE JUICE Thornton, Treasurer; Mrs. Hortense Porter, recording secretary
; Mrs. Beard, president; Mrs. Ne//e// Crosby, vicepresident

; and Mrs. Tracey, corresponding secretary.


SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE. .Cdr. Lou C/ar- Full Meaning of Management Explored I
rocca, Assistant Overhaul & Repair Officer, presents a Sustained
Superior Performance Award to Patricia M. Askew,
clerk-stenographer with the Technical Control' Branch She received What do we mean by "Man- needs, removing quality require- At a recent convention, discussion -
the award recognition of the capable' manner In which agement"? Is it merely con ments that serve no useful purpose with representatives of
she performs not only the routine tasks of her [fob but also" the ducting Government business? being completely availableto and large air stations and shipyardsof
other em- DOD revealed
some Interesting
We think I management
not for
Working
or
extra work which she volunteers to do.UvS. .
drawing definite lines facts. The factor in
with Management, and being a ployees, major get-
manager are two different things. between good fellow and good ting big and continued growth,
Buy management, judicious use of they thought was a united total
I I Creating, modifying, altering, means accomplish,artful deal- effort by all hands. Station,
or tailoring general policies or ing; these are some of the fac- economy of operation seem a
[ sa s Bonds procedures to meet specific tors of management which is a critical first requirement to get
never ending process. the attention of those who can
Where do you stand? Do you help the station grow. Growth
stand alone, drift with the tide means:opportunity for all. Group
follow the leader or lead the communication is an absolute
"ollowers? Are you inquisitive necessity after economy, If we
4pp of the duties of others so you are to continue our growth. Re-
r may fit them into 'your pattern, member' anything that Is not
: or merely to ridicule? Are you growing is Wearing'out. We must
ST. PATRICK'S / 'high and mighty with a brilliance sell .ourselves. as 'a group the
MYDON'T *
you do not want questioned or Individual is not important, it's
do you possess an humble attitude the station potential that Is mar-
that is necessary to sella ketable.
: '.; different point of view? Do Some activities stated frankly
m you develop reluctivity or acti- that they were Intimate with the
vity? local Chamber of Commerce
Chapter 11 of the National county commissioner mayor,
Association of Supervisors Is governor congressman and sen-
concerned about our total station ator, DOD 'officers and Bureau
effort. Even without Viet Nam planners. Publicity is their
'LUflK manhours and moneys should not theme They stated they were
COUNT
t Tt be exploited. Be it an Incentive concerned about jobs for their
award, overtime, new pans,sup- children or ,their neighbors'
plies or regular manhours children in years to come. They
i looseness of direction or lack admitted It cost some money but
ON of concern can cause chaos with voluntary manhours were the secret -
the tax dollar. We all must to sucess. One group told
fight the battle of the three S's us that political power didn't
1. (Save Some for Saturday). Although come easy to those 'who pos-
LUCK it may cheaper per dir' sess It and getting it to work
J iiTL ect manhour worked on Saturdayor for an activity. was an artful,
Sunday It costs nothing ex-. time consuming task. When ask
tra if it can be done during the if it really paid off they merely
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FOR week. Efficiency of operation answered compare our acti-
is not restricted to the work- vity to yours.
ing man. This is evident by Let's all ask ourselves,where
the fact that direct labor in the do we stan, when can I begin,
R EXTRA MONEY! O&R for example, avelagesless how can I help what needs to
than $3, however, it costs the be done? Do I really care or
J Government over '$9 for every am I just on the Government

I i SAVE and BORROW are direct a civilian hour expended.employee and If you the payroll Chapter? 11 needs your helpIn

from functions you perform are related whatever capacity available,
your in any way to support of to assist In drawing up plans and
the O&R mission then you are pursuit of the plans to make
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The NAS Jax Chaplain's
Office' recently announcedan Behind The Scene
there has been a lot of talk J. O. Anthony AA; Photo opening for the positionof
lately among the personnel at Lab "I think there Is room organist for the All By /Idtll Fondlngshnd, SN
NAS Cecil concerning enter- for improvement, especially at Saints Protestant Chapel.
tainment aboard the base. This the Enlisted Men's Qub. They Anyone interested inemployment A ,Promotion Transfer, and March 18During ,
week the "If Ya Ask Us" could have in this capacity is Welcome Aboard Steak Frywill ceremonies at the i
reporter visited that base more variety in | requested to call the Pro- be held by the Aviation Ordnance- Steak Fry, the traditional engraved
with the question, "What the what little en- testant Chaplain Office at man School's Ship's Companyat cigarette lighter that is
personnel thought of the shows t ertain-I Ext. 425! 470. the NAS
or ;c:>Keet Range Friday given to all transferring person
and entertainment the base offers ment that is of- be Lt. o
nel will presented to
and what improvementsif fered. Comedians : J. P. Devenny WO 1. Zeig-; ;?
any, should be made?" female
ler. F. Christensen AA, and
T. : singers I iI\1ew I .
D. D. Davis. AN.
Books at
Room "I feel that there good bandsANTHONY Libraryby LCDR. B. M. Harkins will
definitelyshould would make it a much nicer be welcomed 'aboard. Mr. Hark-: 4
be an < 't place to go to. Sharon Arnold/ LibrarianBED ins reported aboard February
Improve "The theatre program is fine 18 and will relieve Lt. Devennyas
ment in the ? because you get good moviesat AO "A" School's Training
activities. of f a good price. The bowling AND BOARD: Plain talk WINGS OF GOLD; the story of Officer.
the Enlisted alley could be enlarged and the about marriage by Rev. Robert United States Naval Aviationby ..*...*..* ,-
Men' Club ld Idea of a roller rink and indoor F. Capon. His spirited book Roger A. Caras. In 1910 Congratulations to the honor '
This is not pool should be looked into. brushes aside sociological 'cant the U. S. Navy decided that the classes and honor students
only my op- TOOLE The gym is real nice but could and gets down, to the importanceof airplane was here to stay. for the week of February
inion or feelings, as I have heard be larger." caring, of taking oneself and By 1913 the Navy was testing 28. R. S. Mayhall, AA, of
many others who have the same T. 1'. Bjerke, SA; Dupli- one's responsibilities seriously aircraft in submarine spotting Class 603 A was the honor,.
cating "From what .I..., have and he shows that the rewardsto and aerial bombing, and in World man of AO "A" School The*-
idea."There is not enough enter- seen since arriving be gained are well worth the War I, Navy aviators were AO "A" honor class was ,
tainment offered, and what is here, effort. able to sink a dozen German 603 B. The honor man from
offered is not as good as it the entertaini i submarines, develop a full AE "A" School was J. C.
should be. I think that a clubas ment Is not as I THE NEW INTELLIGENT MAN'S fledged ace, and generally act ,Segal, AA, of Class 539,
big as ours, and with as good as itcouldbe.Ttiere l GUIDE TO SCIENCE, by Isaac like a fighting air arm. Wingsof and R. T. Sills, AE2," of
many personnel to support it Asimov. An expanded, updated Gold tells the story of naval Class 537 is the AE "B",
that we have here at NAS Cecil, are not enough edition of Dr. Aslmov's surveyof aviation from its modest begin- School honor man. '
should have entertainment on lanes at the the discoveries and achieve- nings up through the sleek air- The AE "A" School honor
week nights, and also on Satur- bowling alley BJERKEto ments of modern science, craft and nuclear powered man was Class 549. ,
day night. There should be accomodate all the people explaining in nontechnical lan aicraft carriers of today. Chaplain Donald A. Weir will
more specials ondinners. "Happy that go bowling If they aren'tin guage the most recent developments appear on Channel 12 TV,
Hours" are fine for a person a league. The Enlisted Men's in every field of scientific MOUNTAIN MAN by Vardis on the "Today in Jacksonville"Show
over twenty one, but if there Club has good facilities, but endeavor.NO Fisher. A novel based on his- from 0900 to 0930 March
were more dance nights and big there Is plenty room for improvement torical characters, this-tells the 24. Chaplain} Weir will be
named shows at the club, I am in the entertainment. I BANNERS, NO BANDS: More story of mountain man Sam Min- discussing his recent assign
sure more people would supportit. would like to see better varietyof tales of, the O. S. S. by Robert ard, a fur trapper beyond the ment in Antractica. .
bands and more of them along Hayden Alcorn. The author of frontier who loved the Indian 4 ..."-*
"As for the theatre facilities with other types of shows. NO BUGLES FOR SPIES offersa girl and, when she was killed *....*...*
and the movies shown here, I "The other facilities suchas companion volume telling more :in a raid, began an implacable In spite of the pressures of
think they are okay." the theatre, pool,recreationalareas stories of the secret wartime vendetta against the savage the studying Involved in "A"
M. W. Hine, AA; Photo Lab are very good and do activities of the O. S. S., Crows and Blackfeet. and "B" Schools here at
"I would like to see the. theatre not need much Improvement, if based on his experienceswith 'NATTC, a. few personnel have
operate more any.' that organization, tells how CONGO: KITABU by Jean found time to further ;their
on the basis of J .. L. ,B. Voss, AA; Photo Lab they carried on their incredibly Peirre Hallet. Twelve extra- education with USAFI courses.
an outside "I would like to see the movies ,complicated operations throughthe ordinary years in the Congo Most of the courses were
theatre That shown he re Im- "" Blitz and the V 2bombings. are chronicled in this "kitabu" closely related to the subjects .
is,there should proved. Most -n1 (Swahili for book or diary) ,of a taught in Aviation Or-:
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be _news.reels,; of them have ;; YAMAMOTO: The Man Who swashbuckling, independent and dnanceman and Aviation Elec +
previews and'a, beem.'out for, "'......\ ; : 'Menaced America, byJohnDeane intelligent man._ Starting ,in trician's (Mate ..Schools. The
little better w ,five or six r { fPotter. f,It was :Yamamoto) the 1948, at ,the age, of twentyone ,personnel who applied for USAFI
selection of top NINE months and Harvard educated ,:oil expert and Hallet. became an agronomist courses this .year 'ago: John E.
rate pictures. If the cost of have been seen ,Commander in ,- Chief, of the an entnologist who Intro- Capps, AA, College Algebra,
admission should increase because by a lot of the Japanese Fleet, that dreamed up duced agriculture to theBam- Lt. Billy Chesnutt, Basic Math t
; of these improvements, I men before we VOSS planned and executed the surprise butl Pygmies, a wild '- animal John M. Scott, AEl, Fundament;
feel sure it would be worth it." get them. But I guess for the attack on Pearl Harbor. It was tamer and a curio shopkeeper.His tls of Electricity, Michael L>
J. O. Johnson, SA; Dupli- price we have to pay, you cannot both his moment of triumph, yet often staggering adventures' Ferrler, AA, and W. R.
cating "I think there should be see a better movie anywhere.The also the event that started the included losing 'a hand while dynamiting Stark, SA, Beginning Algebra,
more entertainment movies they do show are long story of his defeat and death. fish to rescue a famine- Idell Fondingsland, SN, Russian
on the pretty good, but a little old. by This is the story by the expertof stricken tribe and killing a leo- History I, and J. E. Garland
base for the the time we get them. the Pacific. War.. pard by sheer physical strength. AO2, Chemistry I. ,
enlisted man. "The Enlisted Men's Club
The club here should have more dance nights ''I'f.
has a lot of and a variety of shows. I think 'wy
room for Im- that more people would go to the ';' ,, .:
provement in club if more entertainment was SWD ; .\ ,. ;
the way of JOHNSON offered. Other bases in the ;". ,"..." .
more bands, big named show, area have it, ,so why can't we." w ''17.// :
and other types of entertainmentthat .....before youbuy1:'. i
you would ,expect to find ,..7'. "" ,,'"- .
in a club the size of the one J ':'f'. ...
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we have here. I am positivethat BUY SEE '
more men, would remain Pt t
onboard it these Improvementswere SAYINGS
made. 1.
"About the only way the ., t"
theatre could be improved is BONDS 1.
maybe showing newer movies.I r t{
think that it is quite adequate
now. 'fJ'fi J

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BARREN AND DESOLATE. .Ascens/on/ Island Is covered RAIN FOREST.. .Crew it, rs hiked to the top of Green ViEW/ FROM. THE TOP. .Crew members gazed on the forbid _
with Lava Beds left behind by the many volcano/ that were Mountain, for a, closer look ct senic rah forest. den beaches from atop Green Mountain.

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My name is Orion. I ama, patrol and! enjoyed the surf and sun the desire for water sports for i log the, water one third of place he choose pro\ed\ to be earth'and then Inform the search : a.. BOATS .' This small mountain village lets weary trav -
has aircraft which the Navy before undertaking their big even the most adventurous sailor. the way down the mountain. This his final one. A driver failedto and '" rescue helicopters of Its 'lets know they have completed two-thirds of their journey up
designated as P 3. I mission. MQNDAY 21 FEB. 1966 dfsolay of wise leadership on the notice the donkey lying under location. Green Mountain.
am presently y serving with part of the Captain saved him the ton and half truck and ran
Patrol Squadron Sixteen at NAS, FRIDAY, 18 FEB. 1966, ASCENSION I ISLAND f from a mutinous crew and the over him. After hearing this My crew and I were the See Your
Jax. My number or pilot Isn't' ASCENSION ISLAND My crew hiked to the top of town of Two Boats still stands story.. I insured each morning first to visably spot the capsule.
really important. My import- My crew had the fun of Recife the Green Mountain and after to let the weary travelers 'know before take off that there were Our first glimpse was of' the U.S. ROYAL TIRE DEALER, .
ance lies in the fact that I behind them when we arrived on hearing, their conversations.. I they are two thirds up the moun- no donkeys recovering from capsule's' control at approxi-- '
was one of the P 3 Orions Ascension Island. This was to know that they were impressed. tain. hangovers lying on the runway.. mately 50,000, feet and at this sV r.
BEACHES OF RECIFI. .My crew enjoyed rest and relaxation that recently participated in the be our home during the Apollo They talked of spending some point the capsule had not deployed .
on the beaches of RecIfI". Brazil on their trip to participate In recovery of America's' first recovery mission. time In the small town of Two }' its main chute. The BEST$ TIRE
the recovery of the Apollo capsule. Apollo space shot. When I first approached the Boats, and told me Interesting WEDNESDAY 23, FEB 1966 From there everything went
The following is my unofficial Island, I marveled at Its unusual story about the mountain side ASCENSION ISLAND SATURDAY, 26 FEB. 1966 smoothly. We tracked the cap- IBUYS UNDER THE SU4PLYGUARDIAN
log for that mission. beauty. The whole islandIs villas, More local color. I thinkI SOMEWHERE OVER THE sule in flight and controlledthe
: composed of many one time *.he story goes Ascension I mentioned earlier that sheep ATLANTIC swim and (photographic bell-
TUESDAY, 15 FEB. 1966, active' volcanos, which have left Island served as a water stop and donkeys are the pre- Well, today was the big day. .copters to the scene only minutes -
NAVAL AIR STATION behind a barren, desolate land. for the 19th century clipper ships, dominant inhabitants of the Island I I., along with one other Orion, after spashdown. The swim- 4
; Getaway JACKSONVILLE The greenery Is very sparce.. but the fresh water could only and because of this. they was in the air 2 1/2/ h hours mers were dropped into the .
Prior to departing NAS but there is one rain forest be found atop Green Mountains. consider it their right to roam prior to the time that had been water and after they collaredthe :
my crew and I were familiar Jax. located 'on top of the highest This meant carrying, the water the Island as they please. It set for the launching at capsule, we stood by until FACTORY FRESH 1966'FULL 4 PLIES/ALL/ NYLON '.t
.from it all with America's' mountain and for obvious reasons kegs many miles down to the is not unusual [for a wayward Cape Kennedy.; The third Orion the Boxer steamed 40 milesto PREMIUM TUBELESS CONSTRUCTIONTHNEWWRAPAROUNDTREADI/ 'd
; We knew that space program.. the name of the mountain is Green donkey to visit the local pub Was left behind to serve as make the. pick up. My / '.:
.. Apollo, with its sea.A
'J ,. .. Mountain. could b be pf a ,
-: "' .. Saturn booster certain ship's crew, withtheir ( 'which is open air i for cooling back aircraft. We were crew proud I
i ,Lf q',,: (; ....: ': I"".. ;'; ;: :,. ..., land our astronauts, will' eventually the : .Sheep and! donkeys, outnumber 1 -sea;'VT,,",legs.unaccustomed: purposes) ''and'' beg free f "' positioned a, d'd up?*'?29 0 miles'' .to either job well done, .,:',"' i iI Tires
moon Guardian PREMIUM
f.. tt 1&4& : ] \ I; the people Ascension Island. to drinks. I \ Nylon
1 : }/ : d: / .! : : Although this first shot would be walking sucn! great distances, side! of the.. target. We cruised
(I ;-1 J. ., fy..10. ', ..:,t "" < .'. unmanned d test shot, we realized Most of the'people,work for Pan talked .openly of mutiny. But One such creature becamea approximately' 15,000, feet
7.) that the .outcome would greatly 'American Airlines, maintaining .the Captain of the ,ship regular customer and after awaiting, work of the launch. TUESDAY 1 MARCH 1966.
,
'. the airstrip for the Air Force. found solution the his fill of free beer
v effect future endeavors. a to pro- mooching Because .of technical difficulties STATIOIIJACKSONVILLE
; space
NAVAL AIR
.\, ; 'tir', For the trip, I had 17 The Island is located mid way blem. He sacrificed two whale would excuse himself. wander at the Cape, we were in "
.//r'': board as did 'the other peopleon two between Brazil and South Africa, boats to be utilized, as markers. over to the open air theatre, the Air 6 1/2/ hours before 95
Orions accompanying me. In making it an ideal location fora One boat was planted Inthe groundone and set back to enjoy the movie. all systems were go and Apollowas I have ,returned to NAS Jax Is1 !
addition to my crew, there cable relay station. British third the way up the But the poor soul meet with a launched.\ to be readied for my next
were representatives from subjects operate and maintain mountain, with the second boat sad end. After an eveningof We were only a small assignment. When you read this
/wA NASA and Task Group 140 these telephone and telegraph marking the two thirds point. extra heavy drinking, he part of this huge operation. story my crew and I, along
from Cape Kennedy. cables. There are no nativesof The crew was then divided into skipped the movie and laid The Air Force had several C- with two other Orions, will ,'(PLUS TAX)
/ :, the island, so laborers are three duty'sections, each carra ;- down to rest. But.the resting 130 aircraft participating. The be in Bermuda participating shot.in I iJ :

TUESDAY 15 FEB. 1966, brought from nearby St.Helena, _- ..,. aircraft carrier, USS Boxerwasin the Gemini Eight space missionwas ,650 X 13BlackwaU '
Although our Apollo
PIARCO TRINIDAD which at one time served as the area to receive the
//fT; We landed In Piarco this- Napoleon's' place of exile. 4 '4. -apsule. There were various a complete suCcess, we have Tubeless\ //0
after- :
I : T little time to rest on our laurels, k
noon after When we arrived, other ships on hand to aid in
an uneventful flight. most of for the Space Program continues.
If f :, My crew and passengers were the 500 human inhabitantsof ; relaying location information.Our I.do a job'' for the United States All prices plus tax
j .,. disappointed that we had the Island along with several ? code names for the mission Navy as do the members> of &_ and smooth'" tire off '
.
,I arrived in Trinidad too early sheep and donkeys,were onhand were Air Boss One and my crew. Each job we do hasa -I- ..your car. \\fhltewalls'
,,. for the carnival season, but to greet us. You see.. we Two and our jobs when were to it story of (Its own and I thought $2.00 extra.
they Ignored their were the first P 3 Orions locate the capsule '
disappointment 'r I would share this particular
eagerly met liberty call, to land on the island's' air strip, re entered until the It atmosphere returned to, story with you. 6 650 x 13 ._............ ..a..t.. ..,. $15.95
and set out so our arrival made track It .
to quite
the show.
; Get an HFC Traveloan see sights. Another thing that caught a my 700x.13 x. ........i.,. .. ........ .... $$16.50775x14 ':

( attention upon approach was the c -. ............'....I. ...... ..... $$16.95 '

\' Need a change of scene? Get it I IA Traveloan WEDNESDAY 16 FEB.1966 beautiful beaches. On seeing 8 825 X 14 .... .... ..... :... .... .. <. $$17.95

\ from Household Finance will pay for the RECIFE, BRAZIL ward uieui,to my some crew looked tor- Take a Pleasant Little Drive 1 and 8 855x14 ..... ................ ..... .$$19.95 :

,: whole package:transportation, lodging, food, ferred My crew the found that they pre- informed that swimming It was 'Torbldden., butwas -. 7 775 x 1'5.......... ... .........._.. ... $$16.50
liberty in Recife
::) entertainment, clothes, sports equipment, that In Trinidad. For their to The 45 foot breakers seemed -- 845 8 X 15 ... .. .. ;.... .... .-.. .. .. $19.95
;:' even a cash reserve. Repay HFC when you two day stay, they checked intoa ideal for surfing, but the 150
l pound sharks that
I\ .J return. Over 150,000, servicemen a year borrow hotel overlooking the beach feet from the shore swam line, altered just 30 RETREADS! RETREADS! RETREADS! ;

with confidence from Household Finance.. Look like NEW Run like NEW Guaranteed like NEwtj! j

L t" iI'.': May we serve you? .;. .. ANY 4 for $$44. ,
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IMPORTED ,
Borrow to $$600 PARTS HEADING HOME. With t to.' Apollo/ mission completed, we SIZE Price plun recappable tire.
up left Ascension Island/ Aeorfi" for, home by of Reclfi/ If/ you want your present tires recapped we will loan
I Take up to 24 months to repay Trinidad. way you 1 to .4 tires while we do this. One d day service.
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CUMMER GALLERYThe I 'Bits |

Cummer Gallery of Art, '
WomenBy
located at 829 Riverside Ave- For

nue, will open their new exhibit
tomorrow to run through April Marge Beauchamp

Y r 10.The exhibit "Old Samplersand
Needle Work' consists of With Sunday bringing the Now Is the time to invite your
selections from the collectionsof first day of Spring, and Spring attendents. It Is socially accepted -
:;K Y Ralph H. Wark who is Cura- turning a young man's fancy to today that an attendent
tor of Ceramic Arts for the thoughts of love, and love leadingto will pay for her own gown, but
gallery. June weddings, I think that if you are in a financial positionto
Included in the exhibit are now is the time to start plan- do so, you may pick up the

approximately 80 pieces of ning that trip down the aisle. bill.Engage
embroidery and crochet workas Seriously, If you are planninga a photographer: and arrange -
well as hooked rugs. Many of June wedding, now is the timeto for your bridal por-
H d, the pieces In Mr. Wark's start the preparations.Three triat. Discuss the ceremony
collection are very old, dating months is a minimum details with proper church
back to the 1660's until the time recommended for arranging authorities.
present time. Mr.Wark collected a formal wedding. The ONE MONTH BEFORE:
many of the pieces from Germany following list Is designed to help
England, Spain and you take care of all the neces- Mail your wedding Invitations
PLANNING. .The committee for the Magnolia Ball discuss France. sary details at the proper and choose and order the flowers
decorating plans at a Coffee/ held at the Officers Club last This exhibit is open to the time. for the wedding and reception.Have .

i Monday/ morning./ The theme for the 1966 Ball will be "Mag- public Tuesday through. Satur- THREE MONTHS BEFORE: final fitting for your gownif .
nolia/ Ball In a Japanese Garden. Members of the committeeare day from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. alterations are still necessary.If
and from 2-5 on Sunday.. date and it Is to be double ring ceremony -
p.m. wedding
: (I to r) Mrs. Max Hellman, Mrs. B. E. Thayer, Mrs. W. E. Select your
the wedding
order groom's
The }-Jonda Artists Group time. This is also the time to ,
.Mowers, Mrs. R. W. Hennessey, Mrs. L. A. Menard, Mrs. W//-/ Annual Exhibition"is scheduledfor have a family conference to ring at this time. Order your
/liam Porter, Mrs. J. A. Gallo// 'and Mrs. J. W. 'Sullivan. April at the museum. determine just what the wedding wedding cake.

.I budget will be. After you have TWO WEEKS BEFORE:
determined the amount of money
intend to spend, plan the style Purchase what ever is needed to
you
I Hints On Your Dental 1 Health and size of your wedding accord- complete your trousseau. Callor
ingly. If you intend to have a write the newspaper for
reception, plan it now and make wedding announcement details.
Will thumbsucking cause a But by age five, the permanent chologists believe that sucking the necessary reservations.
child to have crooked teeth? teeth begin to erupt, and these also gives a baby a feeling of Choose and order you wedding ONE WEEK BEFORE:
Dental authorities now gen- can be seriously affected by the comfort and pleasure, and is a gown, veil and accessories.
erally agree that it won'tprovided thumbsucking, fingersucking, lip natural and normal habit which Wedding gowns this spring havea Begin your honeymoon packing.
the habit ends before the biting, tongue thrusting and simi- should be allowed. tendency toward less train Insure that your announcements
child reaches age five. In those lar habits. and a second tendency toward are ready to mail Immediatelyafter
early years, any Irregularity in Sucking is one of the earliest Sucking may increase whena more lift to the waist. The the ceremony. You may
tooth position caused by sucking habits a baby develops, and is baby is tired, bored or frus- fabrics range from the traditional want to give a luncheon in honorof
habits probably will correct itself related to his need to obtain food trated, but, from a dental view- Chantilly lace to 'cotton your bridesmaids during the
; from breast or bottle. Psv-. point, there's not likely to be organdy. Prices will range from week. Deliver the wedding an-
any harm from it during the moderate to ridiculous, so shop nouncements and photograph to
Sponsored by early years, wisely. Be extremely carefulin newspapers. Make arrangementsfor
selecting your weddinggown, rehearsal. Check on final
.. for it is a once in a life-
details with florist, photographeretc.
Mvst Rely Redeemer Chirch Some babies prefer a pacifierto
time purchase and you want it Continue to acknowledgeeach
the thumb, and a rubber -
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in the years before pacifier to be just right. gift as it arrives.
BARBECUE will not injure the teeth either. In Start making you guest list There are many other details
and have fiance begin his.
fact, some dentists think it preferable your too numerous to mention that
March Choose the friends who will serve will require attention. The
Saturday 19,1966llOOaM8OOpm since it is softer and your
1: -as,attendents. Start making plans
I I exerts less pressure on the den- <, Important ,thing to remember in
tal arches and teeth than does for'your new home,'be It a one- planning a wedding 'is to never
the thumb. bedroom furnished apartmentora put anything ,off. Take care
East split level, five bedroom of each item as it arises and
of Cecil Field Blvd.
on Normandy
house, and begin your household
At age five, however, persistent when your wedding day arrives,
Take Out Orders
Available shopping. There will be addi- everything will go smoothlyand

Donation $1.00 Adults, 50g Children A manently thumbsucking affect both Jaw may shape per- trousseau.tional shopping trips for your it will truely be a day to

and tooth position -- narrowing'the remember.
dental arches and forcing the
TWO MONTHS BEFORE: SOCIAL BITS
THE OLD CHIEF SAYS: teeth out of position.
Complete your guest list and The VP 16 Enlisted Wives
Persistent thumbsuckingshould order your invitations and an- Club enjoyed a morning fashion
be brought to the attention -
nouncements. Remember the show recently at the Blue
of both the phsician and the formality of engraved wedding Jackets Inn. The fashions were
On lihirtydon't dentist for corrective action. invitations demands equally furnished by Lerner Shops and
Above all don't substitute the
,
formally,wording. Names are always the hairstyles were created by
lollipop for the thumb. It'sa written in full without Adair Beatuy Salon. Mrs.
-z-; forgot formidable ally of tooth decay.CanYou initials or abbreviations, other Charles Eadie, the founderof

tL than Mr. and Mrs. Numbersare the group was' presented a
vorpas. spelled out. The date is silver charm as a going -
written, "Saturday, the third of away present. Hostesses for
May. The time is indicated as the event were Mrs. Gene
and "five o'clock or "half past Schwab, and Mrs. Thomas Ben-
TAKE YOUR CAR four. nett. The models ( club mem-
LF WITH YOU ? Address your envelopes pf invitations bers) for the. show were:
rev For Financing and 'Insurance and announcements as Mrs. Edward Bulger, Mrs.Gerald -
Stateside and
Overseas. Call
soon as they arrive from the Bennett, Mrs._ Lawerence:
i w creditidentification DYER M. BURR printer. You may find that there Dunne, Mrs. Ronald Joyner.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES may not'be time later. and Mrs. Robert Silveria.

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MoviesMovies Club
,_', ".. Schedules

: Sti'L Lwvs7+,71;; :{}a'.:.
at the Mainside Theatre HAS JAx Game night begins at 8
will be shown regularly at 6 and "O" CLUBDancing this Fri- Chatlie King and the "King p.m. ..
8:15 m., Monday through Sat-
p. Knights" will for .
urday. In addition to the two day night will be by the musicof play your dancing :
Sam Ross, and on Saturday and listening pleasure on
there
shows will be
evening a
night Charlie Friday night. Sunday dance to
King will for
play
matinee at 2 p. m. on Saturday,
the music of Phil Cay and the"Chantels" Ads should be
and holidays. The Hos- your enjoyment. Tuesday night mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Sunday is foreign dish "Happy Hour" will 3649 Philips Hwy, Jacksonville Florida
will have night and the featured 32207, to arrive
Theatre feature
pital one foreign gourmet treat for be held on MOnday. Tuesday and not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
at 7 p. m. this week is Russian. Wednesday from 5 to 6 p.m. day. Ads arriving too l late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows is fried chicken Wednesday the following week unless he publisher Is Instructed otherwise '
during the week at 5:30 and chicken night, all the A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
8 p. m. Matinees will be shownon Beefeaters you can eat for $1.50. CPO CLUB Friday night be received WITH the copy for the ad.
night will
again be
weekends at 2 and 5 p. m. held on Thursday.CPO two specials will be offered for
DO
NOT
SEND CASH
dinner "Lobster" for $2.25
Thursday, March 17 CLUBBud and a "12 oz. T bone" for RATE: Minimum charg. ((3 lines)

NAS Circus World John provide the dance music Clark on Fri-will $1.55. Music for dancing by P.r additional line ((4 words per line). ., .0.50

Wayne Rita Hayworth day and on Saturday night it will Mark Castle and band. Saturday's -
Hospital Git Jack Chaplin, be Phil Cay. Mark Castle playson special will be a "10
Heather ScottC. Sunday night. Teenage dancing oz. Filet Mignon" for 190. FOR RENT: 3BR FLAT & 2BR 3 BR REDECORATED HOME,

Field Fascination Gary i at the club is from 3 6p.m.. houses& 1 BR apts, neatlyfurn., $100 dwn. $50. mono ORANGE
Cooper, Audrey.Hepburn For your dancing and listening east side of town. See 635 E. PARK REALTY, 264 2411
ACEY DUCEYThere will bea pleasure will be the "Moon- 28th St.
Friday, March 78 St. Patricks dance this Friday lighters. A baked ham plate,
FOR SALE FORCED AIR SPACE
$.90 for adults and $ for :
.50
NAS Little Nuns Catherine with the Moonliters
providingthe children will be served on FOR SALE: 1964 PLYMOUTH HEATER, slightly used.Fan,auto
Spaak, Sylvia Doscina music On Saturday night thermostat heats entire house.
the Star Sunday. The galley and package station wagon, New car warranty ,
Hospital Sands of Kalahari Dusters will perform $49. CALL .BENNY 771-0750
store will be closed Air Conditioned $1500.00Ph.
on Monday.
March
Wilson
Stuart Whitman, Stanley BakerC. on Sunday. Game .
Field Family Jewels night Is every Sunday and Tues Wednesday is game night start- 249 2680SINGERS
ing at 7:45 p.m. A sea food
Lewis, DonnaButterworth day.
Jerry
,FURN. APTS 39411/2
: BOONE
platter will be served for 130. .
FOR $15 ..
Park 4RM Gar. $60.
Saturday March 19 apt. Child
BLUE JACKETS INN-Phil Cay SEWING MACHINES left in storage welcome. Key at 3939 EV7-
NAS Red Line 7000 James will provide the dance music for usa NOTES ,- good condition, fully electric 3356
Caan, Laura Devon Friday night, on Saturday it will does everything completewith
Hospital Circus, World-John be by the Cresents. Jimmy USO NOTES318 North Ocean attachments. Yours fpr FOR RENT: 2BR comp. furs'
Wayne Rita HayworthC. Strickland Trio Sunday and the StreetSpecial events this weekat storage' charge.; Only $15 each. house, Incl. A/C TV etc. conv.
Field *Gir- Jack Chaplin, Three Jays Trio on Monday. the USO Include, on Friday Call warehouse 353 1946 will to schools & NAS 264-6884
Heather ,Scott Tuesday the Apollos will providethe night "It's Your Record Night". deliver no obligations. A 1
music and March Wilson Saturday it will be March Birth- Sewing Machine CompanyFOR TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY
Sunday, March 20
Thursday. Game night is every days Party and Sunday's movie dependents, Stenos typists, key-

NAS The Out Rage Paul Wednesday. will be Pursuit of the Graff SALE: (due to sickness) punch operators, bookkeepers,
Newman Clair Bloom HAS CECIL Spree, starting at 7:30. Ves- 5 ROOM HOUSE 4734 PinewoodRd. floral designers, temp. assign.As .
Hospital Little NunsCath- pers and refreshments will be ( Lakeshore) on bus line, you are available. TEMP-
erine Spaek Sylvia KoscinaC. EM CLUB Tonight's special at the Grace Chapel Parish. Mon- needs some repairs $6,800.for ORARY TALENT 1130 ACL
Field Sands of Kalahari- will be a "Shrimp Basket" for day there will be a Blind Date appointment call 771 0609. Bldg. 356 0753
$.40.
Stuart Whitman, Stanley Baker. Party.
FOR RENT: CLOSE TO BASE
Starts Fridiyl 4 BR. 2 BA, fam. rm., Cent.
Monday, March 21 EXPERIENCED MILIT ARY heat & air. also 3 BR. 1
NAS That Funny Feeling "BLOWS THE LID OFF A SEAMTRESS, Jet Auto ParkingLot BA, ORANGE PARK RLTY.
( Rear Trailer,) Maureen
246 2411
Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin
Hospital Red Line 7000 SNAKE-PIT OF EVIL!" Lemack anytime after six PM

James Caan, Laura DevonC. Time Magazine R FOR SALE: MOTORCYCLE,
Field Circus World Honda, Superhawk, CB 77$350
John Wayne Rita Hayworth MARLON BRANDO RAMBLER ROUGE, ''NEW 1966 cash. Call 771 2242 after
sport coupe, bucket seats, vinyl 4 PM. -

1f top, mag wheels, A/T; on floor,
Tuesday, .March 22 TVA'q 27,050 miles., $150 cash, pick 1964 stiZKt, MOTORCYCLE"
NAS Boccaccio 70 Sophia up payments, $83.00'mon.' Call 250 CC perf oond.: $295 or
Loren Anita Eckberg g 7: Np' 781 2891 after: 5 P.M. best offer 771 5477

Hospital The Out Rage -
Paul Newman, Clair Bloom PRIVATE TRAILER LOT FOR

C. Field Little Nuns Cath- FOR SALE: AIREDALE PUP- RENT: Near NAS & Cecil'
erine Spaak Slyvia Koscina w PIES, breed AKC available Field 6330 Woodman Dr. Ph.
pure
1UNDll1Oll A B[ fl call 3880880.. H R Cox 771 5745.

Wednesday, March 23 1I 5MIN NAS FURN GAR. APT. x"

NAS Haram Scaram Elvis :: RENT OR SELL: 4 BR, 2B .adj. Tlmuquana Club. Utl.

Presley Mary Ann Mobly MARSE AL( DICKINSON NYf fl range & oven excel. value, Incl. air cond. $60.00. Ideal
Hospital That Funny Feeling- DUKE LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 for single adult. Phone 384 ?
.
Sandra Dee.' Bobby DarrinC. 0374. 6288. >!

Field Red Line 7000 c.
James Caan Laura Devon 2 BR, APT. FOR RENT: 1200

POODLE CLIPPING: Profes- Cassat, LR., Dinnette.Kit equip.
Furn. unfurn. 389 9363
or
FORD MERCURYYOUR sional training by New York
Saturday's Matinees The School of Dog Grooming
Hellions Richard Todd. Anne INVITATION 771 0215 Puppies' and Stud 62 VOLKSWAGON-NEW
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private beach and two fishing
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$1200 thru $1900.VIRGINIA fect retirement area. One toner -
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vicemen ordered overseas, at

Navy Announces New tinental military U.installations S.Information. inhecon,

I. JAX MARINES concerning avail-
ablility of housing can be obtained -
: ProgramThe PI. officers -
Scholarship (iyS l. Joel Ferguson from at installations family housing where

IXT, 4H1( assigned before
has enable the servicemen are
Navy Department recipient to satisfy Personnel would
announced a scholarship pro- requirements of the Armed going overseas.
gram under which members of Forces and contribute to a UNIFORM/ the 119 Marines selected for then apply to the family housing
all but 23 will installations in the
master sergeant officer at
srvice
the Navy and the Marine Corps career.
fellowships,scholar- Marines will shift directlyinto be effected by the March 1 promotion desired area.Reported .
may accept for scientific, Applicants for scholarships the service summer uniform Junior man to be pro- as available are unitsat
or
ship grants
literary, or educational pur- for postgraduate study must haveat April 1, with no period moted is Donald H. Sherman. St. Louis, Mo., Support
least junior standing at an designated foroptionalunilms.Consequently Center; Deep Creek, Va., under
II. Barrier
number -
Wade
poses.Consideration for the accept- accredited degree granting now is the time to Sgt 3293 on the roster of supervision of Ft. Story, Va.,
ance of the scholarships'will be college or university. break out khaki, tropicals, and Marines selected for staff Pittsburgh, Pa., under super-
under the direction of the Chief Those enlisted personnel applying short sleeve shirts to make is Junior of the 559 vision of U. S. Army Support
sergeant
of Naval Personnel and the Commandant for scholarships that will sure they're cleaned orpressed.* on the March list. Still awaiting Detachment, Oakdale, Pa.; Ft.
of the Marine Corps. enable them to obtain an undergraduate When preparing for the uni- their 'rocker' will be 495 Lewis, Wash.; and, Ft. Riley,
Upon approval, successful candidates degree must not have form change, check all'uniform
will be ordered to the reached the age of 27 priorto items to determine if alteration to sergeants. Kan.Theseare in addition to more
school where study is to be the time they will have uniforms on hand or purchase of than 700 Capehart housing
undertaken in an active duty completed all requirements fora new clothing is necessary. NEW VERSEThe units at Schilling AFB, Kan.,
status according to the termsof baccalaureate degree. SHOOTERSEight set aside for separated fami-
the scholarships. Those personnel who accept United States Marine lies. Interested personnel should
Service personnel participating scholarships which are approved hundred top Marine Corps now has its own verse to contact the Family Housing Officer -
f" under the scholarship pro- must agree not to resign marksmen are expected to compete the famous "Navy Hymn", Ft. Riley, Kan.COMPOSITE .
gram are required to devote from the service during In this year's Marine Corps known also as "Eternal Fat- SCORES
full time to study. Also, those the period of the scholarship Western and Eastern Matches, her". The composition of the
....., who accept a scholarship may to serve upon completion of prelude to the annual Marine Marine verse has been legally Headquarters Marine Corps
not accept that amount of the schooling, at least three times Corps Matches.In assigned to the Marine released a list of compositescores
scholarship which would exceedthe the length of the period of edu- announcing the anticipated Head- Corps by its author Navy for promotion of corporals -
cost of sending the memberto cation. number of shooters, Chaplain (Lieutenant Commander to sergeant.
the same school at govern- Applications must Include the quarters also cited the dates ) James E. Seim.In Among those MOS'S listed
ment expense. following; complete information for the three matches. The 5- making the announcementlast Headquarters waived the required -
Any amount received that is on the type of scholarship, eli- day Western Division Matches week, Headquarters Marine GMST and compositescore
in excess of expenses directly gibility requirements of applicant will start May 9, at Camp Pen- Corps urged that the new for corporals with datesof
related to assignment to the name of foundation, corporation dleton, California, where an estimated verse be put to generaluse rank on or before Sept. 30,
school willbe considered to cover or fund which is pro- 300 shooters are expected throughout the Corps; and at 1965 in occupational fields 02,
quarters and will be deducted viding the award, and a copy to take part. Approxi- other appropriate patriotic and 57 and 68.
from the member's regular mately 500 Marines will be on ceremonies.The also
of the letter granting the award religious The message gave
allowances. name and location of the school the line at the Eastern Division official wording of the commanders authority to pro-
Naval personnel on active where study will be taken, anda Matches, scheduled from May new Marines verse is as follows mote corporals with waived
duty who have won scholarshipsfor catalogue or bulletin from the 30 June 3, at Marine Corps : GMST scores in occupationalfields
which they were authorized school. Schools, Quantico, Virginia. "Eternal Father, grant, we 0431, 0846, 0848, 0849
to compete, are eligible for Leading rifle and pistol pray, 2821, 2831, 2841, 2851, 5911,
consideration for Navy or Mar- For further informaton ,con shooters from the two division To all Marines, both night' and 5912, 5931, 5941, 5942, 5943
ine Corps sponsorship.The tact the General Military Train matches will be eligiblefor and 5961.
education and training ing Office, Bids. #26 in reference the Marine Corps Matches, day.The courage, honor, strength, Composite scores for the
6-10
from June ,
which will be received as a to SecNav Instruction at Quantico
the 1966 and skill, following fields were set anda
berths
result of such scholarships must 1500.4B. Marine and possible Corps Rifle on and Pis- Their land to serve, Thy law GMST score is mandatory:

tol Teams at Camp Perry,Ohio. fulfill; 01/144, 03/133, 04/126,08/134,
added that the Be Thou the Shield for- 11/155,13/135,14/155,15/15; 2,
THERE IS A Far Headquarters Eastern and Pacific Division evermore 18/137, 21/142, 23/124,25/141,
Matches would not be From ev'ry peril to the Corps. 28/120, 30/154, 31/145,32/162,
held in 1966. However, Hawaii- Amen'' 33/166, 341163514:3- : 36/'46,
PfC- based shooters are authorizedto DIVISIONS"REUNION 40/139.41/tfilt: 43/131: : 46/144,
55/151, 59/122 64/149, 65/161,
fire in the Western Division
'}: The 5th Marine Division Assn.
66/138, 67/ 21, 70/134, and
I ';I N'-SAVE Matches. will hold Its 21st reunion on 71/165.
The rifle to be used in all
June 23, 24, 25 and 26 at the Promotions under this author-
: :J? matches is the U. S. Rifle Cali- Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia.For .
ity will be effective March 1.
STORE ,
fJ M 1.
2tlr ber 30 details, write to Capt.
4" PROMOTIONSNearly C. D. Dicker, Jr., Scott PaperCo.
A.Y. ., Philadelphia, Pa., 19113, or TENTSThe
;" ) NEAR YOU 1,100 Marines were TSgt. Luther H. Good, Jr.Allen, Marine Corps Recruit
\>' <\f.r; promoted March 1, with datesof & recruit
1 Lane Scott, 2300 Market St., Depot's swelling pop-
rank and pay and allowances'accruing Philadelphia, Pa. 19103.HOUSING ulation may soon overflow into
from that date. two tent camps to be erected in
All were selectees' from Fis- the coming weeks..

.". CHECK OUR cal Year 1966 promotion, One hundred and five general
II 7t boards which met in the summer purpose tents, each measuring
LUNCHEON SPECIALS Y and fall of 1965. 16 by 32 feet, will house 10
All remaining selectees for A spokesman for the U. S. men each, using double deck
sergeant major, master gunnery Continental Army Command: has bunks. Included in the construction -
sergeant, first sergeant, and reported that limited surplus will be wooded. decks and
gunnery sergeant werepromotedin family housing maybe available strong' backs.
the March Increment. Of occasionally, for families of ser- Each tent camp will house a

r ,r; .I i F four platoon series. Twenty-
.'. "\ \'I ) t; .... three of the tents are to be util-
.I i
GOSPELMEETING ( JjJ ...- ized for supplies presently storedin
f'!' '! quonset huts, making these
... huts available for living quar-
J r
\ 11t. ,- ters.Approximately 13,000 recruitsare
:
now in training at 1 KtCRD

: j .i or Pendleton.at the rifle range at Camp

Tents were last used duringthe

j Korean War to house
: 'i
MARCH 21-27 recruits at MCRD. Until deactivated -
tents were used for
y. many years during marks-

Each Evening at 7.30 manship Camp Matthews training Rifle at Range.the old



Sunday lla.m.and 7p.m. ,.'t! POSITION INDICATORRecent

Air Force flight
tests have proven the effectiveness
of a new device which, installed -

,, Wesconnett In aircraft, may simplify -
present day search and rescue
operations.The .
device, called C 141
Church of Christ Crash Position Indicator, con-
sists of a beacon transmitterIn
a tumbling airfoil tuned to the
Blvd. standard Air Force emergency
5223 Wescoimett APPRECIATION. .MGySgt. Ronald A. Kemp received a Let frequency.

a ter of Appreciation recently/ from his Commanding Officer, Under emergency condition:>,
Near NAS LfCof. L. E. Layette, at the Marine ,Air Reserve Training De a aeries:: of sensors signal
tachment. MCySgt. Kemp was commended for the outstanding the airfoil, located in an escape
Just off Rd.t hatch behind the aircraft' wing,
TimnqvaNd manner in which/ he performed duties as NCO.In-Charge of
Marine Mechanical Fundamental School, MCAF Santa Ana causing It to eject automatIcally.
,
The airfoil falls
: I SP 1-2646 Calif. The letter cited Kemp's resourcefulness, industriousness the indicator to broadca the groundand ,t.

professional acumen. u position; [ to search! partiei



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I r .m.q;-STREAM"Mark Winters t Intramural Hospital, VP-30 Lead As '


Baseball's "grapefruit cir- Nelson, who comes from Auburnof Bowling
cuit" opened a week ago and the New York Pennsylvania
although it was the traditional League.The Jax Play-Offs Commence :::
opening date only a few games Suns have an exhibition ResultsAmerican
were scheduled. Most of the game with the Mets, scheduled
teams preferred to wait until for
early
May. if they LeagueNCO's,3PlayBoysl
can
the weekend before they opened arouse the same fan loyalty The NAS Jax Intramural Bas- National League
exhibition play, and a few of these as their parent team,the stadium ketball season ended last week-
VP 30 151,
teams were faced with blank should be filled to Cloak & Daggers, 2--Electrons end with Patrol Squadron Five FICEUR .
.capacity
.116'
spaces on their roster causedby for the upcoming Phantoms 0 Pro's 4 playing their final games. The <
season. Speak NARTU 11 ,,5
and holdouts. Eagles, 2 Air Frames 2
Injuries ing of the "Amazln Mets" top four teams In the National '
,
679th AF j,9 --7
Two big names on the Yankee ( as Casey Stengel named them,) Alley Katz 3 Air Ops 1 and American League then commenced VW 4,6- 10.
squad are expected to remain It will be quite interesting to see Trainers. 3 AEWRON "A" -1 their play-offs to deter- Marines '$\4 ;12
inactive during the first exhibition if the changes and additions to Supply vs. Pelicans ppd mine the NAS Intramural champion. Can Fai rJax 4'' 12
Mickey Mantle Mad Foxes 4 NAMTD. 0 .
games. the
roster will
really give their 2
has been fairly active in the bat- fans something cheer Cannon Cockers 1-Flag Staffs,3 Dispensary 14:
to about.
ting pens following surgery doneon Not that the N. Y. fans seemto Sparks, 4 Marine Bks, 0 Patrol Squadron Sixteen of the
his right shoulder but plansto American League was scratched
need anything Continental
special;they just League
from because of
tournament play
keep the pace down for a while.In love their
local
baseball team. Griffins, 1 3 their recent deployment. They
a recent television interview. Before the Mets Toppers, Jax Sail Club
Mantle felt that he was making the hearts of the won fans a place in Torch Pots, 2 Desk Jockeys,2BB were In fourth place with a 10-
their Stackers 3 Plzzans 1 6 record.In .
,
and hopes to play in '
progress predecessors
the
Brooklyn Places First In
this Molarolas vs Sky Warriors "B"-
at least 130.games year as Dodgers had a large following
his bat- PPd the three games scheduledlast
sagging
well as improve during the that
ting average. years Flatbushwas Thunderheads, 0-Mix Masters 4 Monday night the HospitalAL Garnet ClassWhat
home them.
Fellow team-mate Roger that Milwaukee to Too bad Airmen, 4 Moonllters, 0 ( ) beat VP-5 (NL) 65-55; Sup-
Marls hasn't fully recovered his the can't muster up King Pins, 1- Spoilers 3 ply (AL) downed FICEUR (NL)
same type of loyalty, as wellas started out as a beau-
3 62-46 and VAP-62 AL
4
Galley, Tipplers : ( ) ripped
hand
old form following a opera- the
cities that have tiful for this
farm Druthers 3 Dotters 1 NARTU (NL), 70-44 day sailing past
tion.Conspicuous systems and a chance to see Chiefs, 4 Hard Hats, 0 Sunday ended, up as just the
the holdout list
on
future baseball stars in action. apposite The Navy Jax Sail-
Tuesday night's play-offs saw
were three pitchers that faced the Bantam of.
National, LeagueMec ing Club members, In -
each other during the 1965 *******.,. VP-5 matched against FICEURIn Gannet
and
classes placed
World Series. Don Drysdaleand A Nicks. 4 NFP,0 an elimination game. VAP62met
Sandy Koufax feeling that The Jacksonville Rockets have CPO's. 1- Galley 1,3 VP-30 in the second contest as follows:

their effort was largely responsible ended their season competition Riggers 4 AEWRON "B",0 of the night with Supply and the BANTAM
for the win each asked in the Eastern Hockey League, Devicers, 0 Doctors, 4 Hospital meeting at 8 p.m. in
unable to equal their total 4 0 for the 1st Place George Baldwin FYC
$500,000 Chiefs Alley Catz :fie final contest night.
for three
year con- 2nd Place Ted Hanks NJSC
'$170 wins for last season. Sky Warriors "A' vs Neptunes- [Scores of these games were not
tracts. At approximately 3rd Place Dan Jackson NJSC
The Rockets home for available
were ppd at press time.)
000 that 'would them
over a the year earnings of the put Giant's Friday, and Saturday's night Lucky ", 7", 0' White Hats, 4 The play-offs are expected to GANNET1st
games losing to the Knoxvllle Darters vs Spartans ppd be completed by this Monday
The MinnesotaTwin's
Willie Mays. Knights, 6 3 on Friday Rejects 4 Mixers, 0 (March 21)) and the trophies presented Place Ann Washington -MJSe
Mudcat Grant Is
Jim ( ) and being downed 8 -2 by the Hurricanes 1 Cat Fives 3 upon completion of. 2nd Place Bill ScronceNJSC
also causing qdite a few gray Charlotte Checkers in Satur- that afternoon. Should the first 3rd Place Ellen Washimton-NISC

hairs in his camp, as Is Twin'soutfielder day's game. The Rockets were on place team 'drop one of their Due to the weather, the second
Tony Olivia. Another the road Sunday for their last games, it will then be necessary race was cancelled for the
member. of the Dodger's big game at Knoxville Tem. The MAD Fives Takes for an additional match betweenthe small boats but the Florida
three referring of course to Yatch Club Star Class and the
Knights blasted the Rockets for top two teams which will
base-stealing Maury Wills is a12-4win. Lead II NATTC be scheduled for the next day. Cruiser Class were able to
still unsigned. Maury who'hasbeen Jacksonville ended their sea- handle the wind and waves. Sev-
keeping the club up in the son In the Southern Divisionin On Thutsday, March 24th, the eral NJSC members were able
air, gave a flat "no" to General\ last place with 12 wins BowliNg LeagueIt winner of the NAS Intramural to get In some big boat experi-
Manager Buzzie Bavasi'slastoffer 57 losses. 3 ties. Last year tournament will meet the repre- ence on Capt. F, W. Burke's
of $75,000. Wills apparently they ended up with 13 wins. was announced today that sentative from NATTC's Intra-' Cerro and on Waterblrd
had a change of heart though, Coach Pat Egan has been pla- Marine Aviation Detachment's mural League, determine the skippered by Hal Hall of the
as he was expected to arriveat gued with a lack of playersall bowling team Number Five was station champion. This contest NJSC. *
the Vero Beach training camp season making It necessaryfor NATTC's top team enteringthe will be held .at 7 p.m. in the Trophies were awarded after
last Tuesday. Bavasi felt sure him to don No., 5 several eight week of Intramural NAS Gym Bldg. 3. the racing for Fall--Winter
-
that once Wills reported! that they tim s'/''Egan made changes all 'Bowling. The Leather Ne6ks Standings of the two NAS lea- Series with Ted Hanks (NJSC)

could reach agreement on the season but never reached a full had a record of 28 wins gues are : \vA.; winning 'top honors'asa resultof
contract and he 'would be In roster. Big Alf Treen bol- and four losses as of March 8. American League the recent sail off. Other
uniform the next day. stered the Rockets defense, The training center's topkegler NJSC members whq brought
The Dodgers are going to while the addition of Art for that week was $/% Team Won Lost ,home the silver,were, Al John-
be In deep trouble If they Chipka as forward strengthened Harvey A. Bainbridge. He was son Bill Scrounce. Hugh Bell
can't come to terms with their the offense.' hitting like a "pro" and hada Hospital ,16 0 adn Dick Kuroski.
"big three". They could con- Goalie Chuck Goddard put top set of 658, which Is VAP-62 : 14 ,. '2 The Greater Jacksonville Sail
ceivably get along without the his heart into defending the Jack- currently the high for the league. Supply ,10' > 6 ing Trophy presented by the 9f.
base stealing techniques of VP 16 10 .6 Jacksonville Chamber of Com-
sonville cage but the puck still His high games were 242, 192,
Willis but with their team hav- found its way past him. and 224. FltWeaFac .9 7 merce left the NJSC and will
ing the lowest batting average in To say that ice hockey, is In second place was Training FAETU 5 11 reside at the FTC ,as the resultof
the National League, they relied a rough, strenous game to begin Facilities with 23 wins and FAW -11 '.5 11 the efforts- ,of Richard Bur-
heavily on the pitching ability with is an understatement, but nine losses. TraFac's top Weapons 4 12 roughs, .ID, their Intrepid Pelican -
of Sandy and Don. Without this when, as Coach Egan, you're pinman was James V. Redmond ComOffMess 0 16 class skipper
team not many would predict forced to put the same men on YN1. He had a high set of 559
them to repeat as World Cham the Ice, night after night,the odds and a high game of 204.
pions. aen't too much In your favor. MAD fl claim third place, -

*ta4eeetMeanwhile If Egan' can come up with'a full with' record; of 21. -.wins and Iriltf ,Marina I ,,,.
roster next season, and some 11 defeats.
,
in the minors, the more training In passing, the The other ,top ten teams in-, 'AMP )O'TY All

Jacksonville 'Suns ( now under Rockets might have a chance.It eluded: MERCURY" MERCRUISER
the parental eye of the New York might also help to see a
Mets ) have signed three new few more fans then the average FACTORY'TRAINED MECHANICS
players. that turned out for this season's Team Won Lost

games. While the coliseum has 1011SlltsServiceStorll'
They Include. Gary Kott a large seating capacity. there AEA #1 20 12

outfielder, who was with the were vast vacancies for the AO ##2 20 ,' 12 Largo Selection-Hew t Used,
Braves.and Mets last year;short- home games.' What they need AEA #!2 18' 14 ': Rigs
shop Sherwin Minister a rookie is more of the same dedicatedfans 500 ## 1 18. 14
who spent last season witn the that made up In en- 560 # 1 18 14 Hwy. 17 Orlill Park 264-9135
til 17 15
Wllllamsport ( > Eastern ), thusiasm what they lacked In MAD
and right handed pitcher Carl number. AEVB 17 15

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4th Annual The Rigging I

Waves Bowling Umpires Clinic ,

and Barb high MIskec handicap took honors high duringthe game The NAS first Softball clinic sessionsfor Golf TourneyThe By Lt..D. E. ThibodeauThe
Jax
March 7th Waves Bowling umpireswill
League competition, posting be held Wednesday, March fourth annual Southeast
games of 179 and 185; High Series 23, at Bldg. 621 Anyone' inter- Military Invitational Golf Tour- sailing instructions being cruising or just plain loafing under -
I honors. went to Lee Trojan witha ested in attending is welcome. nament will be held this year at offered toNavy Jacksonville Sail- the sun. The NJSC clubhouse -
493. The session begins at 4 p.m. NAS Jax from March 29-31. Ing Club Members have proveda Is located at the foot of
With only a few more weeks Thirty-five Navy, Marine, success with a turn-out on the Ranger Road.
left in the season, the Misfits Army, and Air Force commandsin first day of a dozen people.
have sewn up first place with a the southeast have been invited Steeping themselves in the SALTY SEZi Seein' as ye all
68 -23-1 record. The fight Meetings to send a team to repre- language of the sea were severalnew seem t'ave some yearnin' to
for second place is rather close sent their command. The defending members and some of the racing yer sloop-rigged cracker-
between three teams, with the champions from Fort Ben- club's older members. V. Commodore boxes about the high seas of
Legends holding down the spot Several meetings have been ning will not be entered this year. Lou Caron gave a chalk- the St. Johns, Salty has cogi-
now with their 47-44-1 scheduled this month by the NAS The tournament will be playedIn talk lesson and followed up withan tated a bit an' come up withan
record. The Pin Busters are Jax Athletic Office. On March accordance with U. S. Golf actual demonstration on Hal idee ter promote a bit of
only two games behind with a 23rd an organizational meeting Association and locally modified Hall's Mustang Day Sailer, competition amongst ye. The
,. 45-46-1 record. In fourth will be held in the Main Gym, rules governing medal play. It CHANNEL FEVER. Last Sat- swab that writes this here col
place are the Free Loaders Bldg. 3 for the Track and Field will be conducted on a five-man urday, the classes moved on to umn has carved out a likenessof
who are 43-49 for the season. program. Time 9:30 a.m. team basis, counting only the four the preparation necessary priorto this old sea dog and has step-
.3 The Top Poppers, 37 55, The softball organization meet- lowest scores each round, over lauucninK and then all hands ped it on a trophy. This tro-
I are in 5th with the Bowlerettesin ing has been scheduled for March 54 holes of play. There are no were taken out for a .sail in the phy'll be known as "Ye Olde
entrance or fees for this NJSC Day Sailer. Salt" Award and 'twill be
last place with a 34 571 30th at 9:30 a.m., at the green pre-
record. Main Gym Bldg. 3. tournament. Providing the weatherman was sented to the lad or lass who
,J. Trophies will be awarded on good to us last Sunday, you will holds the masthead slot in a
the following basis: team tro- find the results of Sunday's Tri- monthly ladder competition.That
phies to the winning team and Club Races elsewhere in this writer feller says he'll write up
*** Support Your Teams *** runner-up; low medalist; second issue. Hope you'll all bear with the rules and they'll be postedat
low medalist; and third low me- me on this, I write the columna the NJSC clubhouse.
dalist. week in advance of the paper's With a bit of news from Salty,
The trophy presentation and issue date and it sometimes is we'll wrap It up. See you next
social hour will take place upon a little difficult to getall the week. . .
the completion of the tournament latest hot dope in here.
We c1oft .! : Thursday, March 31. Plans have been announced by Com Fair/ Jax Volley ball
T8AT Commodore Dan Jacksonat( the
TourneyThe
ro.3.... : i suggestion of Walt) to utilize
E I
the remaining Gannet as an all annual ComFair Jax
hands use boat in the same man- Volleyball Tournament will be
WcctcMe. V Nc8w.t.n/ Inc. 1. How many walks per game ner as the Rebel. This will conducted March 29 through
did Jim Sunning perfect game provide more sailing to 'those April 1 at the NAS Jax Gym,
I* Sir T. See Us lefcr YM Buy A Used VW hero nd' 19 game winner qualified members who are not Bldg. 3.Heavy.
for the Philadelphia Phillies in yet assigned club boats. The Photographic Squadron
1964, give up that season? boat is now in the final stagesof Sixty Two is defending champion -
SPECIAL 2. Who was named the 1965 overhaul and will soon be in having won the 1965 tourney
recipient of the William the water.It without a setback.
Schmeisser Memorial as happened to dawn on me the Contest will be scheduled after
the nation's top Troy other day that the chi now has 4 p.m. this year, as much as
man last season? witin its ranks four daysailertype possible, in order to provide
'3. The Philadelphia Eagles and boats. Besides the NJSC maximum spectator participation -
: Cleveland Browns played their owned Rebel, there is a Mus- and minimum interferencewith
first National Football League tang, a Rhodes 19 and an O'Day command work loads.
.. game in 1950. Who won and by Day Sailer. How about it gents, ComFairJax message, date
a ; SALE what score?: suppose we could get you all to time group 171922R, promul-
as 4. What 'righthanded pitcherled turn out to race as a class?* gates information on the tourn-
s the major leagues in shutouts A new member in the club, ament to all concerned.
during the 1965 season? David Doying, has been hard at Y sex.
5. When and where was the work trying to restore his one- .
game of billiards introduced in design boat. After scraping 50 ', ': ,,:.'.. \,' I
the United States? pounds of barnacles off the hull, ; }' tl"
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NUMBER ONE FIELD TRIAL REPORTER. .Cop/ S. D.

Wright, station commanding officer presents David R. Colby,
J03, with trophy citing him as the number one field/ trial/ / reporter -
for HAS Cecil.
THE OLE' FAVORITE. HOLD 'STILL FOR THE PHOTOG. .Winners and their entrIes
Beans and Barbecue chicken, of the Club Member Stakes at the HAS Cecil Rod and
Waiting For The
JvdgeHOLD or was It quail? Lt. L. L. Gun Club's second,field/ trial are: (front row 1 to r) Capt. S.
Newman attends to the busi- D, Wright, Dr. Spence; and Wayne Berry. Club members In the
ness at hand, while Tom Green back row are: (I to r) Mr. Good son; Dr. Basham, and Lt. L. L. ....
strikes his famous pose, (a Newman.
cup of coffee and cigarette),
and awaits his the \ .
turn at grill. "' \
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The two Rod and Gun Club

t members were preparing food Shooting Dog Stakes
during the Field/ / Trials. WilNirsF I "


End of An Era .

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By Bob HunterThe


teletype starts clicking
away, out comes a message, and
the entire routine of the NAS
Cecil Service Information Office -
is in one big turmoil.
This is what happened last KJ
week aboard this air station.
The message, a set of orders
THAT POINT. .One of the enfresn the two Jay/ transferring one David R.
trials shows the /judge how the /lob Is supposed to be done; Colby, JO3 to the Public Infor-
mation Office, Headquarters,
Sixth Naval District.No .
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'doubt some of the readers
will wonder what makes the tran-
Anyone Lost sfer of Colby so Important.Well .

.., number one, he was the MORE YtlNNERS. .Shooting Dog Stakes winners with their
,' /
S .;.' ::'Ji'-rl""' .. '.' ,".;" ;', sports editor for the station paper entries are: (front row I to r) Lcdr. Fox; Mr. Sinclair; and Mr.
;4 2 t:;;:' ... Call him day or night, week- Thlghpen. Club members In the back row are: (I to r) Mr.
.
.., end or holiday, and he would
come up with some type of Goodson; Dr. Bashan; and Wayne Berry.

coverage for the event, be It
," a marble match or a Rod and ....
Gun Club field trial that was Number three; The one big last work aboard the station,
being held. Even though some thing that will be missed by that of 'covering the Rod
of his reporting may have personnel In the office was his and. Gun Club's, Field Trials.
been on the controversial side, ability to misspell the English Charleston's gain is definitely -
everyone seemed to read and language. Through this, ability NAS Cecil Field's loss.
enjoy it.Number. there Is a Lietuenant Junior Good Luck, ,"Little Buckeye."
two, a call would come Grade and a First Class'Jour-
If) into the office for someone to nalist aboard NAS Cecil, that 1t.1IChili
start from scratch, writing tak- could probably hold their own in
ing pictures, planning a layout any spelling bee. Mainly becauseof Trial A SVCC M
even down to the final print- the experience they got from
ing of a conservation booklet. telling Dave the correct spelling
Colby was always the man that of words. Bird dogs and field trial men
was suited for the Job. The good things that could once again roamed about the
He always found time to come be written about Dave and his northeast corner of NAS Cecilon
up with the right idea, even in work while at NAS Cecil are March 5 and 6 in the sec-
between telling everyone that too, numerous to put into print ond field trial sponsored by the
"DUFFLE".Biggest entry of the two day meet. "Doff/e", Ohio State was the best in the because it would take all Cecil Field Rod- and Gun Club.
a St. Bernard, owned by Cdr. J. M. Bannister, public works Big Ten. Maybe It was becausehe the space allotted for other The trials, sanctioned by the
officer attended that school for three news. So as a final tributeto Amateur Field Trial Clubs of
looks A caught
over the field. sharp eyed fudge
years before enrolling In the a fellow journalist, this America, were open to the pub-
sight of "Duffle" and Informed him that there were no people '
Navy. page has been devoted to Dave's lic both for entries and to watch.
lost In the area and that the trials were for pointers only. Trophies were awarded to the
top three dogs in each of the
four stakes.
Judging the two day event were
CHIEF CAMPBELL'SBlanding flEVEI Mr. John Shaw and Mr.. Brant-.
Goodson. :
Tenneco MALL ley '
From all,reports the entry list
,SERVICE STATION r103rd wasn't as large as the first
Offers running held last year, but those

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.Pogo 16 JAX AIR' NEWS/AFTErtBL'RrVER March ?7, 7968ij

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ij ., NAS Cecil Field Sports (In Brief Softball Season. To Start SOON


I}H!;, CLINIC JUDO BASKETBALL :

: .: A softball officials clinic will Personnel who feel that they The Second Annual Cecil Field _: ,
be held this Friday March 18 possess the high degree of athletic Intramural Basketball Tourn- '
t:::1 :. at 4:15: p.m. at the station ability (JUDO), requiredto ament got underway this week } ..
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i gym. Those personnel who represent the Navy In Inter- with ten teams entered. Com- ./ ',', '. fJ': ".,"'l\\,,. ,
desire to umpire softball this service competition: and the peting for the championshipare .1 ___. _" t .
" t season are urged to attend. United States In approved International : VA 44 "B"j; MID VFP- :
competion, should 62; Marine Barracks; VF 7 ,
H ,'" contact the Athletic Director at 11; Weapons; VA 44 Hornets, r
the station gym Ext. 497 or 498. VA 12; and Supply. In
, Interservice championships will the first round of play, Wea-
SOFTBALL
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:..i'); ; be held at Carswell Air Force pons dropped VF 11 to the .
Varsity softball practice will Base, Fort Worth, Texas, April loosers bracket by a score of r a
be held at 5:30 p.m. each day 12th through 15th. 63 to 55, and the Marine Bar-
" I i, at "B" Circle South. All per racks took a cliff hanger from
sonnel interested in trying! out VFP 62, 54-43.
., 11 for the team are asked to attend

these practice sessions.INTRAMURAL GOLF BOWLING

NAS Cecil will enter a team A bowling from team the made up of ,._,.,--.. .W.-... ..
personnel Operations:
in the Fourth Annual Southeastern
LEAGUE Invitational Golf Tournamentthat Department won the Class "B" SOFTBALLSEASON HAS ARRIVEDNOT! QUITE. .Checking
will be held at HAS Jax Championship in the Greater the condition of equipment for the forthcoming season Is (I tor
,\ Three teams finished the re-n. on March 29th through 31st. Jacksonville Bowling Tournament ): Mac McGuckin/ recreation equipment manager; Jerry Mar
gular intramural basketball sea Names of the team members The team consistedof shall, athletic officer/ ; Bob Scruggs, varsity coach; and Tom
Landfield
John Anderson
Ray
. son tied for first place VA were not available at press time. McGriff Athletic director./
,
1 i 44. VF -62, and the AMD Jet Dick Harvey, and Bill Lemire,
V; of GEMD, and Gerald Robichaud
: 11: ;I between Shop. A these sudden teams death will playoff decide CJORepresenting of Aerology. They finishedthe

i\ .. the second half winner. NAS Cecil In tournament with a total pinfall -' .
V VF 62 defeated the'Jet Shop the Pro Am event of the of 3145, which was 48 points Be CReative
tit" in the first game o f the playoff Greater Jacksonville Open will ahead of the second place team.
and was to meet VA 44 be Lcdr. Karvala.,of RCVW4 The tournament was held at Write Year OWl Waal Ad 3 Llies Oily $2.00Ads
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t I Tuesday night. Results were and William H.Goodman,ADJC.A the Bowl 0 Matic Lanes.
'!(r not available at press time. The limited number of free ticketsto Awards will be presented to
-!-1": winner will play the Jet Shop, the entire tournament are the team this Sunday duringa
winner of the first half, in- aJ' available at Special Services, luncheon to be held at the
." best two out of three series Bldg. #4. Reservations must George Washington Hotel.

J'f. for the championship.l be made not later than noon of TUESDAY EARLY should be mailed to Holt Publishing
the before plan to at-
tend.day you Team Won Lost Co., 3649 Phillips H/woy/ Jacksonville/// ,
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ii. NEW ADDING MACHINES get The underway volleyball in tournamentwill the station WEDNESDAY EARLY Before You Take Anyone's Deal

f.',I NEW DESKS gym at 10 a.m., and the bowling Team Won, Lost
New & Used TV SETS finals will begin at 11 a.m.
in the station alleys. The NAS Gor. B.B. 48 24 MotoTama
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FREIGHT SALVAGEBARGAINS the Volleyball tourney after Yel. Wt. 43 33 ,
GALORE! the first round of play.A VFP 62 39 37
HWY / / GREEK COVE SPRING FLASi
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: : : COME.IN AND BROWSEd will be held following the Comsy. 35 41
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