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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1966
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by the Holt .Publshlng* Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their'own and not to be considered an off i cial, expression of any
mUltary department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the product or services :advertised.

VOL. 23 NO. 52 u. S.. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH, 24, 1966

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I NAS Commissary Hours RevisedFor



Convenience' Of ShoppersThe I



NAS Sax Commissaryhas "ready" for Saturday. less items, the store has addeda
announced a change in the While the revised hours may "Military Personnel Line,
hours of operation in responseto pose some incovenience for reserved from 11:30 to 1 p.m
a recent, extensive surveyof late Friday, and early Saturday for military members In uniform. '
over 85%,of the patrons. The morning shoppers, they will There is no limit on'the number : *
change calls for earlier,, opening better serve a' majority of of Items In this line as it is .
hours to accomodate more patrons. Since the CommissaryStores designed to expedite checkout _
shoppers and will go into are limited to a 35 hour of military personnel shopping )
effect Tuesday, April 12. sales week, all shopping habitscan during lunch breaks.
Commencing: on that day the not be accomodated.: The volume of CommissaryStore ,r ,1
store will be open from 9:30 Billfold size cards with the Meat Branch operations anw'i
of all Commis- with chronic,inadequate I
hours coupled
through operating
Tuesday
5 on
p.m.
David L. McClain the Silver
.Pfc.
SILVER STAR. wears
Friday, and. from 9:30 2:30 sary Stores in the Jacksonville staffing, limits the service that
p.m. on Saturday. The store will complex will be distributed in can be provided individual Star pinned on his pajamas by Brig. General Harold E. Rose-
be closed Sunday and Monday. the near future. patrons. Due to this, no tele- crans, USMC (ref), right, during ceremonies/ held at McC/a/n's/
The revised standardized The store has also added phone orders are acceptedand bedside/ at the Naval Hospital. Capt. W. 'S. Baker, Jr. (left),
hours will, in addition to meeting other conveniences designedto advance notice of at least Commanding Officer of the hospital, was among the many who
the expressed preference of a make shipping easier for 24 hours is required on all congratulated the young Marine on his actions that won him
enable Plastic hand shopping special orders. Special orders
majority of the patrons, everyone. the medal./
the Commissary Store to applya baskets have been installed for will be processed from 'pre-
few more man hours to the the convenience of 'bread and mlmum grades only,\'i1thfreezer
heavier sales periods. It will milk' shoppers.In cutting and wrapping not pro
also afford employees a better addition to the Express Line vided. JaxMarineEarns
opportunity to get the store designed for patrons with ten or


t Jax O&R To Overhaul NAVY EXCHANGEThe

NAS Jax Navy Exchangewill SilverStarMedal )
participate In a Navywide
AlA Aircraft Navy Exchange,20th AnniversarySale
Navy's beginning ..April 14 and, A 23 ,,rear ,- .old.Jacksonville day, March! 18. "
*- i..-wr- -tM*( v j .>.. .continueing through April 30. Marine received\h': I&,fountry's: ': pfeDavid L. McClain, who'
r Sells and 'specJal.mercnandfsewill third highest''' decoration v.the,, already;J holds the 'Purple,Heart;;
be.. in every. department ,of. Silver( : Star -)0' rather,unique, was :cited for his actions in Viet
your local Exchange. ceremonies conducted at his bed 'Nam last 'December :while
; side at the Naval Hospital,,Frl- engaged in Operation: Harvest
Moon, somewhere between'Chou
Lai and Da Nang. '
Navy Exchange Operates McClain who lives at 276 E. t
25th Street graduated from

Country Store In NATTC Area After Andrew spending Jackson three High years School in 3

the Army as a paratrooper, he
transferred to the Marine Corpsto
With the approach of warmer Toyland remained open for full- get more action. In July,1963
weather, many people at NAS time operation for the first time he landed in'' Vietnam to
Jax may be starting various after its regular Christmas join the 3rd Marine AmphibiousForce.
gardening projects orgettingoutthe season. Although the selectionis .
lawn and barbecue equipment. not as large as at that time He has, been at the Naval
OiRlAX4TiDIPNAVY'S If last year's equipment' won't of the year, the store does carrya Hospital since Christmas eve and
w make it through this summer,' good selection of toys for is expected to remain for at
then maybe a new NavyExchange, birthdays, special l occasions' or least 3 more months. He will
operated store can help you. just something to,make the kids wear the cast on his leg for
Whether you need gardeningtools ( and adults) happy. another five months.
or' lawn furniture the ,Both the Country Store and When McClain gets on his
new Country Store, located (in Toyland facility have the same feet again, he Intends to request'
A7A. This 3-foot long scale ,model of the A-7A/ Bldg. 514 of the NATTC area, hours of operation the Main Viet Nam even If he has 'to re-
carries large selection of lawn Retail Store. The facilities are enlist for it. In an interview
Corsair II, Is presently on display at the O&R Main Lobby. a -
from 9 a.m. to 4:30 he stated that of his bud-
and garden supplies, fertilizer open' p.m. many
Built by the Ling Vought Tempco Corporation, the model Is a from '
outdoor patlp furniture,and other Monday,through Friday,and dies are there now, but will
replica/ of the plane that wbe/ serviced/ by the NAS Jax assorted Items. This is the 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. probably be gone by the time
Overhaul&/ Repair Department'by'September, 1967. largest selection over stockedby 'Patrons are Invited to come he gets back and some will
the Navy Exchange.Also in and browse. There's plentyof never come back. "That's the
The Overhaul & Repair Dept.at signed to the A 4 which is parking, and with the large best reason I can think of for
NAS Jax has been designatedas primarily close air support. in the same location, floors space the store isn't going back,*' said young Me
the prime overhaul point for Many advanced ideas have Is a year-round Toyland facility. crowded. Clain.
the Navy's new A 7A air- been Incorportated in the design Brigadier General Harold E.
craft, thus becoming the only of this aircraft with the Rosecrans USMC, (ret) read the
O&R unit authorized to handle ease and simplicity of main- following citation to McClain
the new plane. tenance resulting in short turnaround and the gathering of'! family,
The aircraft now under time. Unlike the Navy's ......... friends and Navy and Marine
,
,
production by the Ling Tempco other jet aircraft presently in Corps officials:
Vought Corporation of Dallas use, this plane U designed for In the name of the Presidentof
Texas, should be ready for Induction waist level maintenance.The the United States, the Com
at NAS Jax by September A 7A is powered bya I manding General, Fleet Marine
1967. Meanwhile O&R per- single P & WTF 30 P6 jet Force, Pacific takes pleasurein
sonnel are receiving training by engine, and ii 1 46.13 feet presenting the Silver Star
the company in the operation long with a wing span of 28.73 Medal to Private First Class
and maintenance of the plane. feet. The empty weight of David L. McClain United
TIle aircraft also known as the aircraft li I 15,037 pounds States Marine Corps for service
die Corsair II, is now under and it can carry a wide varietyof a. set forth In the following
going testing at the Naval annament with total capacityof Citation:
Test Center, Paxutent River, 20,000 pounds. For conspicuous gallantryand
Md., but has not been carrier The plane has an internal fuel intrepidity in action while
tested yet. capacity of 1500 gallons. There V serving as an Artillery Scout
TIle A 7A is basically a are also four designated areas Observer assigned to Company
smaller version of the CrusaderF for additional external fuel thus 11, Second Battalion Ninth Marines -
8, as far as appearancesare increasing fuel capacity by 1200 THE COUNTRY STORE. .Barbecue equipment and lawn furniture in the Republicof Vietnam.
With the external fuel
concerned, but unlike the gallons. for those summer days ore only a few of the Items avail' On December 18,. 1965, during
F 8 the A 7A is a sub- tanks, the A 7A has a rangeof
,
? This operation. Harvest Moon: against
sonic, low levelattackafrcraft. 3,560 nautical miles, as? able at the new, Navy Exchange Country Sfore. facility
Viet )
insurgent communist ( Cong
The mission of this plane will! well as the ability to refuel in and Toyland ore now open year-fount/ Bldg. 514, at the corner

, te .s.lmjja.r; \q .that,presently? : ,as-. flilr i .l .. . . I I o Enterprise Avenue and Biscayne'Street.( Continued on Page 2'Published



Pag9 2 JAX AIR NEtiS/AFTERBURNER: March 24, 1966



EDITORIAL Chaplains/ Message

f"C' ,.
Military Construction Teams '" I'" P .) e 'J'' V
V
INCIDENT ON A HILL

Bullets, Bulldozers, CanDoThe ROMAN CATHOLICSt. By Lt. H. M. Grubbs, CHC, USNR

While attached to the Seabees InGuantanamoBay.Cuba I witnesseda
struggle in the: Republic of Vietnam HAS posed many ,Edward's Chapeland tragic event that took a young man's life. This young man had
problems for the armed 'services. Not the least of these has been given the day off because of his excellent manner of carryingout
been the provision of physical facilities for the tremendous numberof Naval Hospital; his assigned tasks for a period of several months lie had

men and machines poured into that country. V ',' been operating a crane that was being used to set steel plates as
This problem is being met, with dollars,yes but more Important SUNDAY. MASSES roofing for bunkers beingbuilt as defensive positions In Guantanamo.
with the energy, skill and Ingenuity of groups. of military and civilian. ., Hospital - -:'- 0630St. This man had set many of these plates in the past and Was very

specialists.. : Edward'sChapel proficient at the job. On this day the last steel plate was to
- 0900 & 1100 be set. Simply because this man had started the job he wanted to

be instrumental in finishing It. The job completed he and his
DAILY. MASSES driver started down the hill with the rig, as they rounded a curve

St. Edward's: in the road something went wrong, the rig toppled over the em-
Monday thru Friday -, 1130
bankment, the driver escaped without Injury. the crane. operatorwas
- 0900
Saturday "
J killed, because he wanted to finish a job.
Naval Hospital. : You may ask the question, what has this to do with me? Maybe
Friday - -,1205
this( incident has very little to do with you personally, but ,another

CONFESSIONS hill at another location has much to do with you.
S St. Edward's ) On a hill called Calvary, another life was given. Many people
1 : will look at these two Incidents as having nothing to do with them.In .
ju
-- 1900 2000
- Saturday both cases; a life was given to insure freedom and protection,
Sunday - -0815 0845J:
1015 1045 but in a different manner. One for physical freedom and pro-
tection, one for spiritual. How we will react to the incident in
Sunday - -0615
Hospital: Guantanamo will be respect or even pity How we react to the

CATECHISM CLASSES incident on Calvary will decide our eternal destiny. Christ died

Chapel Annex Building 722: for our sins that we might have forgiveness as well as protec-
tion and! freedom.
Saturday's1000


At places with, names like Cam Pahn' Bay, Bien Hoa and Marble DIVINE SERVICES The "Cracffbdoi" To Be <." .'
Mountain there was nothing but/,untamed areas not long ago. Military PROTESTANTAll
construction units turned them into massive bases, converted jungle Saints; Chapel

,scrub and sand dunes into:! operating( airfields, mess halls and workshops SUNDAY'S Presented At Chaps!
.
in a matter of weeks. ,
0800 - --Holy Communion
The Republic of Vietnam lacked port'facilities to handle the 0930 &. 1100 Divine Worship
heavy flow of cargo, needed to support Free World, :
bays were turned into, booming ports complete with pier facilities, SUNDAY SCHOOL: Stainer's oratorio TIlE Choral Society, who presented

roads, pipe lines and storage areas. 0930\ - -Chapel Annex CRUCIFIXION, will be presented Handel's Messiah here at the
Operating with tradition of bullets', bulldozers and a "Can Do" Building 722 .. In the All Saints Protestant naval air station this past Christ
spirit, :military construction teams '- have surpassed their own ; Chapel on Palm Sunday eveningat mas. V .

prior records' in building the foundations to support the ,modern WEDNESDAY'S 7:30 p.m. The combined The work by John Stainer

fighting.force. (AFPS) ; 1900 ---r Choir Rehearsal 'choir of forty voices will be contains some of the most poign-
.,, made up of the members of the antly beautiful choral music

Little '. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month All Saints Chapel Choir and. the ever written. It is written as

Accidents Cost Plenty 5 ,, 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Choir of the First Christian "A Meditation on the Sacred
(Small Chapel) Church of the Beaches. Mr. Passion of the Holy Redeemer"and
Washington, D. C. ;. f and :theft, a garage pays 'off. Barnes Sale of the Beaches,,will scored for, a full chorus of

(N VNEW.$) ., ... Little, auto When you must leave your car u. s. NAVAL,HOSPITAL direct this beautiful and power- mixed voices, solos for tenor
accidents ,that cost plenty but on the Street don't park too Sunday's -------V 1000 ful work. and bass, 'quartet, and with both?
never get into the reported statistics close to other vehicles and get Soloists will be Mr. Wallace organ and piano accompaniment. -

account: for two thirds of as near, the, clurb, 'as possible. : Banosz. tenor and Mr, Sale,' '
CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT
all) our accidents* T They axe;, ', Try to1' parH/on. *, s/reec& i t h.;; bass.,., Mr. Bartosz (is one of the The concert is sponsored by
especially common In parking little traffic and street' in Duval the All Saints and all,
.. .,near,' a .. f 'leading,, tenor voices Chapel
lpt, :;driveways, and on narrowneighxbrhood' light. :: Today- : .' 't '. County and Is, the head of the military and civilian personneland
streets.. 'Watch, the.. ""back in>front-:; Choir ,Practice at 7 pf.,m.. ''vocal music ,department Dun- their guests are cordiallyinvited : ,
According to CHANGING The rear, end colllslo&Iswcom&\ -" Sunday- .' can'' O. Fletcher Senior High to ,attend' It, Is, hoped
TIMES, the Kiplinger magazine, mon and not so minor anymore. Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. School 'In Jacksonville Beach. that this work will deepen the
odds are that In the nest five Remember, that the :vehicle Chapel Service at 10:30: a.m. He is also president of the meaning of the Easter Season
years 'you will,have one auto accident 'In front can 'come to an extremely Comunion on the first Sunday, Beaches Choral Society and provide ;the" highest; ,',
serious enough' to report fast stop. of the month. Mr. Sale is known here as calibre of musical presents,'
and two of the little ones, too the. director of the Beaches tion. '
minor to report.. Leash the kis and pets.,Child- CATHOLIC ; .
V .. .. '. '
.
:
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..
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and In .
ren dogs cars are a Daily- -, l
: '
The serious one will cost leading cause of accidents 11:20 a. m. Mass SILVER STAR -. Continued from'Page;| I

no more than the deductible a- where the traffic is.dense.Buckle Sunday-
mount'. in your insurance cover- a child's safety belt and 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions forces, Private First Class Me action was an inspiration to all
age; the two. little ones could chain the animals whether on a heard before each Mass. Clain' was a member pf forward who observed him and contributedin
cost you almost twice as much long trip or driving in town. observer team traveling in large measure to saving the
and many times the annoyance. One other word of advice is JEWISH/ the enemy controlled Trung Phan lives of many of his comroades.By .

What can you do to avoid the to watch out for kids or petsin Call Ext. 311 for informationon area when the Company was sud- his indomitable determination ,

toll? The kiplinger magazine ,the 'car, even If they're In Jewish Services. denly and savagely attacked by outstanding professionalism
offers these five tips to help the. car ahead. devastating mortar, recoilless and selfless devotion to duty
you recognize and avoid little Keep out of tight corners.Give Traffic Violations rifle and automatic weapons throughout Private First Class

accident hot spots: other cars, buses, trucks, all the fire. Reacting instantly when McClain upheld tile highest
time and room they need., Driv- The following is a report the fierce fire felled the Company traditions of the United States

In parking lots, be lonely. Park ers to steer clear of include of motor vehicle accidents and Commander and Radio Operator, Naval Service. "
away from the corwd when the motorist who's lost and try- traffic violations for. the period Private First Class McClain
can. The extra steps help protect you- ing to feel his way along.: March 15 to March 21. fearlessly moved forward and NMRFI Rep.
Number of Accidents attempted to silence an automat[Id(
your car from abrasion and "At best, the small accident
This Week - - -2 weapons position with a light
impact. The stray grocery .is annoying, incovenient and:! an Total Accident this year through anti tank weapon. This failing, To Visit J.x
is
cart a prime offender, but
door from unplanned expense, reason enough March 1966 =; -.67 he was moved to a more advantageous -
banging a closelyparked to stay alert and avoidit
Number of Accidents
through position when he
neighbor is another "
Rear Admiral John Crum-
according to CHANGING '
March 1965 - --52 noticed a aiding the
annoying problem.Get TIMES. "But the best reasonof Total number of days since wounded Company corpsman Commander packer, SC, USN (Ret), ,administrative -
it off the street. Consid- all Is that the accident that director of the Navy-
last injury in vehicle in which
the a motor an area was receiving
ering protection from vandalism starts out small doesn't alwaysend Marine Residence Foundation,
.
accident - - -10 the brunt of the hostile fire.
hit and run damage that WJY.II' Number of Violations With uttter disregard for his Inc., will arrive in Jacksonvilleon

Tills Week -, -" .- r'- 16 own safety Private First Class Wednesday, March 30 to meet
with various Navy, Marine and
,
Speeding - '- ,- -5 McClain rushed: to offer pro -
Reckless Driving\ -"- -'.'- -2' tective; cover and,dropping to one Coast Guard groups in this area.

a AX: A I Ft NEWSThe Going(. through Stop Sign.- *3 knee to ,protect the pair, calmly The schedule is as follows:
.
Other Violations
- -6 expended magazine after magazine

Eighteen drivers appeared in a. determined, effortto ,
March 31 *
before the Traffic Uea rl1\;Board halt thc vicious attack. Undeterred f' '* .
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper at the meeting held on March when wounded in thc'riWtt 1100Officer's" WIves'Cllb'ORFCecll. \

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 22. Disposition: of the cases: shoulder, he promptly V rV ,
: "
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a included the following : Four shifted his rifle and continuedto .
1215
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR lost driving and parking privileges fire until he was even.more BOQ Officers. Lounge Cecil

NEWS must b. forwarded to the Service Information' Office' aboa rd stationforvarious seriously wounded in the left :

Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before period ; One was assignedto hip and leg. Stubbornly refusing ,
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- complete an eight hour to concede, even after he 1215 Officer's Wives Club at
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. course; in remedial driving at was: dragged to a protectedarea NAS Jax 0' Club.
Advertisements solicited NATTC: One was assignedto : he presented inadvisinghis 1630 Officers at NAS Jax 0'Chb
are by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning
complete six hour V '
a course officer of pertinent artillery
such should be directed to .. 'In remedial driving at lax Police support and estimated strenglits

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway Academy; Seven received siispensions -. and weapons In enemy location.!! ;. ;':" ,'
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207. Telephone 359-4040 } One. was given warnings April 1

I ; Eight dismissed; Four Steadfastly disregarding i 11 I Is'

VOL. 23 NO. 52 March 24, 1966 fined ( I1. ;. Commlsfoner' own serious. wounds, he Insisted 1100 Officer's Wives Club,
and Eight' referred to commanding on beinn a : the last to receive Officer's Cub Mayport '
officers for !possible first aid, and the last 1200 Officers Officer's Club
di.-cfplin.1ryactlon. to be evacuated.: His dedicated Mayport.; ,


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-- 1966. "., .. JAX AIR-HEWs/AFTERBURNER Page 3f


Unusual Facts About Relief io."
I CitiesKEY : Navy* ,* i. ;


WEST, FLA. ".(NAV- gardless of its size. Sights Present .CourSForVolunteersThe
NEWS). If you're .. -
a city Clicker to. delight even the most blase '*' \**- r
you have more company than Sidewalk Superintendent are allaround f Y
you may realize; 63>bf the entire you,and do matter what
population of the United city you call home, you can be
States, 'lives in the 212 ineirbpolitan ;- pretty' sure that the big buildup Jacksonville ...AvwiHary
areas with,populations of will reach greater heights. of the Navy Relief Society has
50OpO'or mOrE; obtained the services of Miss t
.
New York has the largest pop While some, cities are famous Elaine Scammahorn, Field Representative -
for their size, others are e-
ulation -- 7.891.957* in I960 -- from Washington,D,
and combined with Jersey City ,qually famous for other supers- C. who will present the Train-
latives. The In ,
and Newark, KJ:>, it makes up highest capital ing Course Volunteer Women
before the
the world's .the world conquest in April 1966.Classes .
largest metropolItancensus .
by China, Lhasa In Tibet ,
/area with a population of was ,will be held on Wed-
with an elevation of ,12,087 feet and from 9
14,759,429 according to the 1960 nesdays Fridays
census. above sea level. Jericho now a.m. until 12 Noon from April
While' New' York'has the largest called Ariha, ,in Jordan, is the 20 through May 13.in Bldg 501
population, Lo$' Angeles is oldest known walled townltmayhave ; Naval, Air Technical Training
the been inhabited as early as Center, NAS Jacksonville Free
most spread out with a land
area of ever 450 square 'l1l1 s. 7800 B.C. Damascus.Syrla.has nursery care ,will be providedfor
been inhabited since
continuously children whose mothersare
The highest state capital laJDen-

ver Colorado. "The Mile High 2000 Cities B.C., both ancient and mod- enrolled in the course NICK PlGAWO' ,LEADS the "firsf AFMA Stvcfy Group program -_

City," where the altitude on the ern, derive their character and The course The Volunteer covers such, Historyof topicsas I In-a' discussion'/ of '"Tr/ Leadership;: Specfrum'VDeve/-; '! / :--},

exactly'steps 'of 5,280 the capital feet I Our building'newest(Is atmosphere( from their publicbuilding's. :the Organization of the Society opment ;6f,manager/of/ ( ,capabilities/ through 'ffcr: proper'' us"* of-:':

state capital IsHondiulu.Hawaii. Still favored for its ,Auxiliary and Branches, mechanics c/ay.fo-dfery/ ,and long range ,leadership/ *, styles'thistudy; of fht '
which also' has more city-owned beauty and durability, as wellas ,of applying your knowledgeof forces /Involved/ and_ tlte/ c/ia/ ocfef/zaf/on'/ of rile 'Jut eisJu,1'

parks than any other 3,000of economy is the oldest known con- social work, relationship with managef/eacfrr/ were:,exp7afrfecfo/ ? f Plnney ,and Don RoHweler ,
struction material to
them; social work organizations and assisted. Mr Piillgano;tle/; (presenfof/on.! / '
man stone! Today we are =
problems and Supervislonincase,
Juneau, Alaska, .has the distinction -
of the northern most cap- experiencing Some of the a modern most interesting Stone Age.: work.Mrs. Robert J. Cales,Chairman -
ital and the coldest in the
city examples of ancient cities that I Buy"Savings'Bonds I IGo
U, S. with an average* annual of Volunteers urges all of-
temperature of "40 degrees F.: were, carefully laid-out can be ficer's wives, interested in this
seen in the remains of the Mayan. -
The city with ttie biggest boomis useful course to contact the
Cities of Central Americaand :
Navy Relief' Office at 3897711Ext.
Los Angeles, which{ put upa
,
the Unite Cities of Asia
737 or 389 5308, as soon
record 141,526 housing units
alone in 1963. 'Minor. While parts pf Athens as possible or before April 4th. RolliiT iHto Roberts'For'
and Rome, for example, were
The growth rate of large cities
given a good deal of thought
such as New York and Los Angeles the residential areas of these Boy Scouts Our Action Filled.,
over the past decade can'tcompare two cities were allowed to develop .
however, to a much as they would.Unfortunately .
smaller city which takes the hon- most cities, Tour USSRoosevelt
ors for being, the .fastest -
growing here and abroad, sprung up
Warren, Michigan, jumped willy-nilly. But such American ::.
from '727 people in 1950 to 89, cities as Buffalo, Detroit, and :: '
..
246 a 'decade later an increase Washington, D. C., ,benefited .:..:
of 12,175.9 per cent! from early planning. "WOW, I I'can't wait tillI :::.:
While New York has the larg- Also known' as "The City of grow up so that 'I, can be a s.ti....
est population in the United Statesit Magnificent Distances,'. Washington sailor too T'This was one of the { ILI ''g
is dwarfed by Tokyo which 'is famous for its wide statements made ,by a young boy ,
was the first city to officiallypass avenues and scenic vistas. Con- scout of Troop 58 when they .
the 10 million mark in structed on the site, approvedfor toured the huge attack aircraft :: .

1962. In 1964anoff-the-record the new capital by Presi-, carrier USS Franklin P. Roosevelt 1965 COftVA/R/ MONIA..51895;
estimate put' the population ot dent' the at Mayport, Fla the car-
Washington city was *> : Four on th.'floorlactory'worrenty/ ,Ilghtyeilow' t' ,
Shanghai at 10700000. :
rier's home :, .
designed by a engineer port '
wlth'w""t.'rlm" / .
Who>had fought in the'American'Revolution A group of 24 boy scouts from. ," ._ + l J .1 "I i..l
Today, the modern Stone Ageis ,Pierre Charles L'-' Covington, Georgia, ranging in :: ,7965 IMPALA S. S. COUPE.$2995 ,\

reaching Into every city re- Enfant.NATTC ages11 through 15, reported Fully equipped, air cond., reef with white Inter .
aboard the giant flattop under ior. :
the guidance, of Mr. B, V. Mor- '
ris scoutmaster,,and assistant : 1965 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN.$2995 .
: scoutmasters; Mr. C. L. Pat- t f Fully equipped, air, cond., yellow with black I:

I rick and Mr. H. Lawson. Also r Interior. ,
Behind The SceneBy included among the 'group were :: 1965 CORVAIR CORSA CONVERTIBLE. .52297

six troop committeemen. r Factory warrenty 4speedtrans.
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Fondingsland// S/V
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Center's Chaplain Is there a little bit of ham /trans. :ti

ald -A. Weir made a guest appearance in you? Have you ever had a Something wild \ 1964 OLDS SUPER 88. .. '. ..' .'.' .57895 .'I '
on the "Today in hankering for the bright lights Is coming off I ITECHMICOLOIT'PANAVlSluT r Fully equipped, air contf. .
Jacksonville' morning .show on and ? If so, '
your.
His appause 1963 FORD GALAXIE' SEDAN.: .... ., .31199 "
WFGA TV 12, today. topicof chance has, .arrived. One of J.Y;
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make
discussion was enough NATT Center's Dental Tech'sis ,-. .
even the warmest r blooded trying to form a Little Theatre c'. 7963 ,CHEVY /II/ SPORT COUPE.$1195...''. ::3 '
Floridian get cold chills An- aboard the Station. You 'don't 4Y' ;

tartica. Chaplain Weir,it seems, 'even have to be an actor to ; ., ,:F'f,, ij ,J963 IMPALA. .$1495 r'
put in a tour of duty with join, either because they're, fg.: ;: ;",,":",.::,<:-::":',":'': "?"";,,':,' ,: Power steering & brakes, air/ cond. ::

Operation Deep Freeze..Mt'4it 'going to need plenty of help :: 1963 OLDS 98 LUXURY SEDAN .- .57695, ::

.; '. backstage. If you're Interested ""<,' "': t::: I:: Light blue' air, cond. ". :.:.." '
contact Bob Kranz at Ext. 8165
Students, instructors, -ship's for further information. :::: 1962 OLDS 98 CONVERTIBLE. .. '. ..57399 ,s 3

company personnel'they're' all . : :.:: Fully equipped, air cond., ) :.::

doing the same thing this week. ::?, 1962 BEL-AIR/ -. . .5795 E"::
Blues to the cleaners; extra Notice any moans and! groans '
Six white 4-door sedan, :
touches with those cylinder, E:
special > spit and a certain bit of deliberateness ':-
shines; white. hats rolled and of motion of the the 500 ::{ 1962 CHEVY %TON PICK-UP TRUCK. .4695 r::
cleaned just right because area Waves this ,week? It's
Saturday morning Is time for very possible, since Physical :.:J 7967 CHEVY '/.TON PICK-UP TRUCK.' .,..J645, r:: '
the last dark blue inspection of Fitness took it's toll of the girlson :::: Long wheel' base. y}:

this fiscal. Tuesday. : 1961 CHEVY WAGON . . . .5599Cos rti r{
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Many items of clothing are 25 ents it depends upon you not only ":'..
'q <: and ten cents. Come out and to come out and buy, but alsoto
take advantage of the bargains donate anything you cannot use. M ?
priced to go? If you have anything to.contri-
bute, bring it out to one of these
i On April 1st, the Thrift
Thurs.
locations: Thrift Shop (
Shop is presenting a pre -
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.); Cecil Field
of hats.
Easter hat sale summer
,. None of the hats will sell for Nursery; Navy Relief Office,
topside of the library in Bldg.
THRIFT more than one dollar and most
# need transportationto
of them will be less. Also on 25. If you
''on S H 0 psuts w+ that day, all summer clothingwill deliver your contributions,
Ext. 8315, and
0 call 771 3211,
ooM nowsitu be placed on the racks and
pPIN IrOYS winter clothing will be removedor every attempt to pick them up 4Ni
perhaps further reduced. will be made if possible.
The Thrift Shop is locatedto The Thrift Shop will accept
It offers for
the right of"D"Avenue coming anything usable'
from the main gate, just before sale the following items:
you reach the Beauty Shoppe.The clothing; household items; baby
THE THRIFT SHOP IS HAVING -: present hours of operation are furniture ; other type furniture;
A SALE. Customers- from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fri- and Just about anything you might
day. It is hoped that it find in a household.
ter the Thrift Shop as hors soon
sewing
At present two
will be -
opened the first Friday In and possibletoopenonThursday Friday. The Thrift Shopis machines are needed by the BUT MOMMIE/ THE KIDDIE STUFF Is on the other side./ .
March to begin end-of-winter/ staffed on a volunteer basis volunteers for sewing. Also if
( sale. by the wives from, NAS and the you have any summer hats, drop
I various units at Cecil' and is them by the Thrift Shop so they
will be available for the
pre-
operated entirely as a non-
\ Have you beard the "scut profit. organization. Easter sale.
tlebutt going around that thereis A ,large ponion of the profits ,
a place at N AS Cecil where you!: from the Thrift Shop go to help EXPRESSWAY 5*r5. ,
can buy a dress for only fifty'' support the Cecil Field Nursery
cents? Well, It's' true and the thereby enabling that facilityto APARTMENTS ,
place is the ,Cecil Field Thrift offer reduced rates to Navy Y h ; y,

Shop.. personnel. A constant supplyof Fi, Is.......$65.00 I J N,6,
lollypops for the dependents
Each Friday during the monthof clinic is also provided from the Urfrreished $55.00
March' between the hours profits, and often a little some-
of 10 ,a.m., and 2 p.m., there'is thing extra is bought for the Children WelcomeConveniently
a big end of winter clearancesale nursery, which otherwise would Locatedto
going on. No article ,of be done without. downtown
clothing in the shop is,, over 50 Since the Thrift Shop operates HAS and Cecil
cents and that includes coats, solely through the donations of
; suits, uniforms and you name it. Navy personnel and their dependS -

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3650 St. Johns Avenue the Thrift' last ''
shopped at Shop Friday check their items out

with (I to tJ) Mrs. Robert C. Frosio, Mrs. S. D, Wright, Mrs. Ike
MC TRUCKS EV 4.6444 CO 4.9442 Jones, and Mrs. ,Dick Holte. ..
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.,. ,. stitute in planning Lenten Times Service Center Dept. F,
'' ." .,'.. menus. It also fits into meal 2201 M St., NW, Washington,
; plans for soups. salads and des- D.C. '280 37.
{ 4 s rts. To get your copy, send a
A fact-packed leaflet "Cheesein stamped addressed envelope
Away all bills s' Your Meals," with recipes and ask for "Cheese Leaf
designed to serve six persons let"IMPORTED
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'. : renting money' to Naval personnel. For high priority

I '" ; service, telephone ahead for a personal (and top' PARTS:

secret)' appointment. You'll be surprised how low your S

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monthly payments will be.

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I Helpful Hints For Filing TaxesDo No Test Promotions Offeredaa I


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A-Sckool
use the preaddressed form' official schedules are not sufficient Top
!
mailed to Do write Sign It
you. your for your' needs, a substitute -
social security number in the DON'T forget to sign the 're- may be used, but you No-test promotions to third taling six years, of which at
space provided on the return. turn. If return is a joint return must follow the format of the class petty officer are being offered least two years' must remain
though your social secutlyy signatures of both husband official schedule. top graduates of Class A after graduation. And they must
number is preprinted under your and wife are needed. schools in 12 more ratings and have completed the advancement
name. If there has been a APRIL 1511 to all graduates of the Polaris requirements they would normally -
change in your name or address, Final ReviewDO DON'T forget that the "A" School regardless of rat- need to take the Navy-
strike out the incorrect name review your return,including return must be filed on or before wide promotion exams.,
or address and write immediately arithmetic, even if someone April' 15th. ing.Of the' ratings four are brand
thereunder the correct else prepares It. DON'T forget new. The other eight were a- ., .. .
name or address Likewise, if that you' are fully responsible for Deductions/ mong the 33 ratings dropped from ; ':
the social security number is the contents of your' return,regardless DO remember that a deduc- the top graduate promotion pro- : : ,, ...: ., : .
in error strike through the incorrect of who prepares it. tion is a claim and that the gram about a year ago. "- ; ". .. ', .. 'i' ';.
number and write Don't Send Records burden of proving any claim is New to the list are gradu- .:" > \ ....
there under your' correct number. the making the claim. .
on person ates of CYN and MA schools ', :
If have a refund due, file DON'T send in records. ''
you
your of Return with a percentile of 75 or higher '
Keep Copy "
your return, direct ,to your' Internal Send only the orginal return, and SW and UT schools witha .
Revenue Service Center. Part B of form W 2, and any DO keep a copy of your percentile ,of 50. The Pol-
Report All SourcesDO required supporting schedule. return and records for all items aris 'A" school graduates also
in your return. need a percentile of 50.
Take Care of Forms
,file one return reportingyour Correct IdentityDO The new listing is effectivefor
income from ,all sources. DO remember that you need people graduating on or after -
DON'T make the mistake of a Copy B of Form W 2 for Identify.checks and, money Feb.. 1, 1966. The auth- r
the taxpayer who received mul each place where you were em- orders with names, address, ority to make the automatic pro-
tiple '.W '- 2's for the year ployed. DON'T let your W- social security number type of motions is good for one year
,. and ,filed a separate return for 2 get obscured by food stains tax and period for which it from graduation date. 8
,each,-.,,- ,W 2. torn apart by the dog, or eaten is being paid. No ratings were dropped from Sr
Exemptions by the baby, the list in the new revision, Bu-
; Return AcustmentDON'T / B1LLE1 PRO 0 r-/,. Pers (Inst. 1430.14B nor were
DON'T forget to check your any of the percentiles assignedto
'number of exemptions and furnish forget that your' return ". these ratings changed. I ,
'" "
0-
names of your dependents, is subject to adjustmentfor L Under the automatic promotion Mr t J '
.where.. required.. at least three years after it plan in effect since 1963 class I
.' ". ReturnDO is filed, six years if 25 percentor "A" graduates who finish witha
Type more of your income is om- final grade equal to or higher
check the proper block on itted, and with no limit in case than the grade represented by a
Form 1040 or 1040A to show of fraud or failure to file a percentile based on the grades Can You
what type of return you are filing, return. made by students in the same

such as single, separate, joint, Check Payable/ to IRS school for the previous four quar- TAKE YOUR CAR
etc. ters get promoted to third class WITH YOU ?
Double Parking DO make your checks payable petty officer. For Financing' and Insurance'
only to INTERNAL REVENUE What this means in practiceis Stateside and Overseas. Call
DON'T try to file a return SERVICE and be sure to sign that the graduates must have DYER M, BURR
while you are double parked. the check. I scores as good as the top quar- GOVERNMENT" EMPLOYEES

Allow// Plenty of Time Use Official' Schedules/ ter or the top half (depending FINANCE CORPORATIONand
M it on rating) of the graduates of
DO allow plenty of time for DO use official support- I IN that school during the previous INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
getting any professional assist- ing schedules furnished by Internal 12 months. INSURANCE COMPANY

ance. Revenue Service, IfI They must have, or acquired, 5615 Tlmuquarta Rd. 771-0527
a minimum obligated service to-


I I New Books at Library I V


by Sharon Arnold, LibrarianINTRODUCTION


TO MODERN THE DAYS OF IIENRYTIIOREAU',
GUNSMITHNG by Harold E. by Walter Harding. A biogra-
MacFarland. The autor pin pointsin phy of Henry David Thoreau bya
a non-technical way the essentials leading Thoreau scholar who
that can help any interestedgun has mined not only Thoreau's s A
owner take ,better care of, 'two and a half million words 4 ;
repair and improve his handguns but also the writings, letters, l
rifles and shotguns. The journals and comments of some
easy to follow text shows of his illustrious contemporaries
troublefree ways for solving ,- among them Emerson, Hawthorne -
problems of malfunction,, gettingthe Longfellow, and Broson
best pull and accuracycor- Alcott -. who wrote and spoke
.recting and mounting scopes and about him. Many.photographs.
sights, disassemble 'with instructions -
on how to take apart THE'GREAT MUTINY by James
::100 different guns.. Dugan. ,An' account of the 18th T1
century English .naval mutiniesat
,the home bases of Spithead
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: and the Nore. In 1797{ when
the armies of the French Rev-
OUTPOSTr OF FREEDOM by olution have swept over Europe, _
Captain Roger H. C. Donlan,U.S. and an invasion force Is massingon
Army, Commander of Special the continent for the attackon ff
Forces Team A-726 in Viet Nam. England, in England the coun-
Roger Donlan, ,Medal, of Honor try is nearly bankrupt and pop- THE ARBOLESNOW
winner,'tells his storyasamem- ular discontent is so widespreadthat
'ber o( the. Special Forces and the monarchy is in danger.
his tour at .N Jani Don As With only the fleet standing between RENTING WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
'President Johnson emphasizedwhen Britain and almost: certain
presenting to .the Captain defeat, the men of the fleet rise FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHEDAPARTMENTS
hid$ Medal ,of _I IJ not,' ,men like up in the largest and,, 1 Jcvsst
Roger Donlan are)Jiving( valiant naval mutiny in history. Over
answers to those who question 50,00 men in 113 ships jcfuse
what we are doing in Viet Nam orders, expel their officers and
and, hy.we"are'there.
Set up'ship democracy.
e (deallocation In Orange Park, one block o All unto, with ,complete carpeting and
from town"CENTER" and chopping, aria' drape.

..t' t, e All units with walled-ln,gardens or private

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... jswsu, "
} e Swimming. pool with adjacent laundry factlltle -

FD' *located In the central garden area .
to .
THE M
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ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF KIN6SLEY AVE.

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Electronic Beam Welder Saves J_ rr's1i. ..:; :: i&. i.I'

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O&R :Department $104,800 AnnuallyThe .t i _


Overhaul and Repair De- An operator controls the ma- pheric gases and, in fact, removes I f _
partment, Naval Air Station, chine from outside a dumber gaseous Impurities from 1 _
Jacksonville, has concluded after five feet in diameter and eight the metals as they fuse.A :H Ir
"nine months ;operation that their feet long. The welding process main component of a carburetor :-

.. .new $175,000.00 welder will more Which takes only a few seconds, valued at $1,700.00 Was
than return Its cost, within two, begins after a ten minute period repaired recently at a cost of
4 years through repairing pans necessary- to create an ultra- $50.00 using the new welding ,
which otherwise. could not have high vacuum. technique. Previously this part
been salvaged. The machine, known tech- would have been discarded. In
% This ""machine is unique in that nically .as an Electron Beam another case, 48 magnesium air
"it operates on the ,arne principle Welder, is advantageous in pro- craft wheels were reclaimed at
.. as a'televtsfonpCcturetube.. ducing exceptionally deep, thin a net savings of $750.00 each.
The electron beam rather than welds with virtually| no detectable At the present rate the machineis "
scanning the tube face.hundredsof .changes in nearby metal;thus enabling the Navy to save

times a second, moves relatively providing unimpaired strength $104,800.00 per year. .,. ....,,
slowly along the line to for critical aircraft pans Weld- ii,' i '
be welded, heating the metals Ing in a vacuum prevents me- 11' The Low : "
through electron bombardment. tallic contamination from atmos- .
"MUG OF THE MONTH". '. .Hemnd 'Williams/ laborer in the

A law in Kansas reads "Whentwo HAS Cecil public works department, Is presented a gold em-

trains 'approach each otherat Jbfozeneccoffee mug by Lt. L. L. Newman, assistant( ; public
a crossing, they shall works officer. The mug signifies Mr. Williams selection as
I both come to a full stop. of the Month" for January, the employee who submitted
and neither shall start up until "Mug
SAVE $25to3O the other has gone."' the best beneficial suggestion for the,.month.

Ohio General Code, Title II,
Chapter 20, page 1590, Section

On 'Each.''100 If'Bureau Rates fIr 6281"A, provides person: assaulted and Now lsTh.e: TimeThe

lynched by mob recover,
a may the WILL BE MET. The Defense
escalation of
4 such recent
from the county' in which
was in Southeast Asia should 'Department does not intend, nor
AUTOINSURANCE assault is' made, a sum not to
exceed $500. leave little doubt in anyone's should we, that pur fighting men
Of course, we don't know how mind that we are engaged In a suffer for want of needed weapons -
the trains move in Kansasor struggle for survival against a Simply:stated, if we can'tor
how many people have collectedthe formidable enemy pledged to our ( won't) meet our competitor'sor
$500 in Ohio, but we do know destruction. We can no longer ( won't) produce out assigned
there are many misunderstood justify' an attitude of indifference share, the Bureau will see to
orders and directions. "I want to the dangers involvedin it that somebody else does.
it four copies of' this letter," the this conflict. Our way of

You enjoy these savings from Bureau supervisor said to his secretary' life is being threatened' and Our products must be com-
"Does he mean the original Americans are fighting! and petitively priced.The -
importance
*,Rates for the Family', Automobile. Policy and three carbons, .or/-does he dyii'Ig'0' preserve freedom ''of our rework'costs 'can-

*. without+the. Safe Driver-Plan.,:>YouJeven mean four carbons and the orgi- throughout the world. As the .lnat'ibeOveremphasiieds: These
free world's arsenal of defensewe
= nal?" thinks the secretary. ; ;::costs 'can and must* be reduced!
save substantially when the Safe Driver "Cut twelve inches off of this are ,committed to a policy';'

I Plan is used! six foot piece of pipe" Does ,of stopping the spread of this The
he want to use the twelve cancer which would eventually. Department of Defense, just
destroy us. like 'you as ,an individual, is
inch piece or the remaining five '
feet? It makes a differenceyou Our arsenal consists of many "shopping" for its.various pro-
: -. know. If the twelveinch weapons, not the least of whichare ducts and services. Here again,
t
). GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERS is to be used, the remainder will the products that you aM' I jf ,we .can't' (or wont) meet our
produce. Our reworked air- competitor's prices, the Bureau
not be quite five feet. If the
A f YOU SAVE 30?; from Bureau Rates for the Collision workloadto
five foot cut Is made, the craft, engines and F/J compon- might well assign our
'AI, and Comprehensive coverages, and you save remainder will be quite twelve ents play, and will continue to somebody who can. The choice
25% for the vital Liability coverages. GEICO also is ours. . .
inches I In either case, the widthof play, a vital role of increasing
gives you the usual additional savings on compactcars in this Indeed -. ,
the saw makes the difference. importance struggle.. "
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; driver framing and when more-than-one-car is, conclusion
These are samples which we should feel proud to In ;i Want to stress
'j Installments insured. You may pay your premium in convenient, causes people to complain, be able to make, such a direct the fact that our O&R is a bus-

:. ? "" : "If only I had known what the and meaningful contribution to iness. To be successful, a bus-
: NO EXTRA COSTS: The low GEICO premium; supervisor was planning to do, I the needs of our country. iness 'must :depend upon Its peo-
s.. is the full cost,of your insurance: there are no mem would never have done so and so.' As producers of these wea- ple., The ,personal attitude and
bership fees, assessments or other sales charges of Everyone wants and needs pons, you and I bear joint res- individual effort of each!one of
any kind": accurate information about his ponsibilities. Above all else, us journeyman, supervisor,
GEICO rates represent the above savings from jobs. It's up to you to make sure our products must be reliable clerk, or engineer Is reflected -
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for lives in our
directions clear well total achievements.
your are and may
Bureau
Rates
for the
Family Auto Policy Bureau'Rates
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that for depend them. This Like other
the rates your plan doing the job upon not any
are developed the National Bureau producing
is explained. necessarily mean producing future depends a
I I of Casualty Underwriters and the National J' a upon
Automobile Underwriters Association for their Don't make "interpreters"out new or a like new product.It good product (or service) at a
and subscribing companies. member of your subordinates. does mean an up -- to -, date competitive ,price on schedule.
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reworked item unquestionable
HERE IS THE PROTECTION YOU GET dependability, capable of per- NOW IS TJIE TIME for us to
When you insure your car with GEICO, you get Job Success forming its intended function. roll up our,sleeves and reaf-
... the broad Family.Automobile Insurance Policy-the Our products must be produced firm ,our determination the
1'".,, exact tame policy used by'most other leading companies If in in sufficient quantities. Re- world.. As conscientious, O&R
and you are fully protected wherever you, losing a race you don't serves of ready-to-be delivered workers and "
drive in the U. S., its possessions and Canada. This blame others you have bright aircraft and component parts ICANS, we'will as ensure PROUD/MER-the cause

-: "" "ii policy can comply with the Financial Responsibility down prospects life's road.of success farther must be maintained to wage an of liberty and our democraticway

t ...z Laws of every state including the compulsory insurance effective all-out effort. This of life against any, JggresTHEGRANDADDY'OF -
.... requirements of New York and North Carolina. means production commitments cor. /
{. Over 1,300 professional representatives across the)
;{ country stand ready to give you personal claim service
p "YR" when you need it day or night 24 hours a day CHIEF CAMPBELL'SBlanciing :B.EDB..A..BN

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\.: Or visit our convenient local office for exact! rates
1 '': on your car there l Is no obll atlon.t. and Blandlng Offers ALL RED BARNS
Now features a complete

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1 C5EICO Te Military PlrS'IIII.IGev.r. ALWAYS THE BESTPITIARIQUE

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.. (a. 1 AND, AFFILIATES AT OUR SPECIAL ISLAND Never duplicated{
: C'pltlltoc/l/ tomptnies not affiliated with the U,S. fovernment ALSO .
\ .l Horn Offien Washington, D.C. Wash & Wax Delco Batteries Use of our Banquet Room
"'O q," Lubrication Is FREE to'MllltarylPersonnel. ; -
a Firestone Tires ,
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Jacksonville Office: 338 West Forsyth Street /.
Tune-ups i, Quaker State OU ,. .Also: Our Red Barn Tavern

INSURANCE 'Auto e. Fire,..',Home .. Boat life Overseas Brakework. General ;Auto Repair ,' ';, p'.:: "'JrthrenJesj place
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"If Ya Ask Us" went straight can I go forward if they" are 'New Breed',
"....;; to the horse's mouth this week pulling me backward? Too tighta w

".' v to question the residents at the reign makes my mouth sore fi
'" .NAS Jax riding stable concerning as well as my temper, but 'I Of Recruits

their biggest complaint againstthe usually quit horsing around at i

: patrons of this Special Ser- this point and dump my rideron SAN DIEGO CALIF. .
,,vices facility. What they hadto the bridle path and precede (NAVNEWS) According to
say made a lot of horse back to the stable. The inexperienced authorities at the U. S. Naval
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sense.. rider who thinkshe Training Center San Diego
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BLACK BOY don't ,knows everything is my big- California a new breed of
,". get me wro I am not a gest problem. recruits are being trainedfo

.. constant, corn- BALDY "I like to play the fleet.
plainer, but I games with my riders as some The men coming into the Navy

haventylimits. think I am today, as compared to past years,
I am an easygoing dumborsomething are more intelligent, have more

pleasure 1 but education and seem to be better r
.. riding horse usually I have motivated.At k a c 'g;
and would like M the last laugh. d r

to continue that Some people this time of the year, .
way until I BLACK BOY like to race 1,, about 6% of the recruits now ,* T
reach the ripe old age a horse me, but I lose undergoing basic training would
should. However, there are those them in the BALDY be expected to be dischargedfor

riders who start me out in a nearest bush and then the real mental or physical defects dlscusses the In Viet Ham
CYSCT WALTER R. MU/W/ war
full gallop causing the muscles in fun begins I play'hide 'n before graduation. The rate
with members of NARTU OWctrs Wives C/u6./
my legs to tighten and the frogsin seek with the stable crew. Also, has recently dropped to 23

my feet to get sore. Then I enjoy carrying my riders around per cent. Gunnery Sgt. Walter R. Murr fighting our troops are employing. -
I wind up with a tummy ache the area on nice days, but whenit of the Marine Air Reserve .
The of the
and ,the stable master says I thunders and the lightening recruit intelligence to the Vietnam average Training Detachment, addressedthe Sgt. Murr is a veteran of
prior
have the colic. I would liketo flashes I all excited and
get situation was rated on the General officer's wives of NARTU eighteen years with the Marines
tell people'" like that to get nervous. I would appreciate a Classification Test (GeT) as Jax; and has served fifteen of these +
off back.
my little coaxing from my ridersin 49, below the average' of Explaining our present: commitments years' as ,a combat correspon
GOLDIE "I am a fun loving such and would also
a case, 50. Today's recruitis in Vietnam and why this dentA
gal with .a word to the' "wise appreciate being led during the above 55.average A year ago, area is .of such importance to ,,native. of Washington D.C., i ithe
for some of ,r. storm, but then there are those recruiters were having a hard the communists, Murr described: sergeant is expecting( ordersto
m y favorite who just keep on riding. Thisis time and the terrain and methods of Vietnam as a correspondent.
filling were
enjoy riders.the would ride and when horse I use sense a,little I return initiative to the accepting men quotas who had only: a .<-.........-............-.VN....._'............................r.....r...yy........:..._.........:..................:_.:....;.:...;...';....X....>.A..,. ......_<.<....;.,..;.,..;..;;....,.........,;" ....;... .o#

more if my corral minus my rider. Occasionally 9th grade educaton. NEED .
TRANSPORTATION
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riders would I get a rider who doesn't The picture has changed. The
:
ride me'' at a balance himself on my back,
walk lope or but ask me if I care, he average training company at RecruitTrain-now undergoing -i tr RENT A CAR IY THE HOUR, .DAY, OR WK.D .
canter and also GOLDIEif / turns one way and I turn the San would
l ing Command Diego,
they would stick to the bridle other . no complanits include one and possibly two Impalas' Mustangs D" Valiants
path. Believe me, it 's no no rider." half-
with
men college degrees,a a
fun to be laid off for a week EDITOR'S NOTE Jax Air dozen with junior college certificates j RENT A MOTORCYCLE IY THE HOUR, lAY, |
with sore hoofs. There are those News wishes to thank the staff and the rest with high

people who have very little horse of the Blue jacket,NAS,Memphis school diplomas. ,The man with I 01 WI ,HONDA'S S0cc-90cc

sense, let alone commen sense, for this idea. less than high, school: would ,be '
who keep riding me so hard that in the minority. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE 21
my lungs burst and I get a nose .
'bleed." But how does the Vietnams ell .
APPLE "Now let me ,NARTU REUNION affect recruiting ?' ,, .
"
I#: give, you ;a ,picture''of some :,here are two schools, thoughton /tI

,of, the crazy NARTll Stationkeepers and the, question One school: )4' 'au"td4 I

riders I've had.I Week end Warriors, past and supported by Recruit Training .. '

riders wish would my present, will have a reunion, Center's Executive Officer, 6400 Yukon Rd. (Next to Yukon ::Traitor Pk.! ). sr
Commander T.: E. Houston the
,
MardI 26 ,
Saturday beginningat
learn how ; or our office 13254 Normandy Blvd. ?<<
to Senior new
1 p.m. at 1172 Halsema Rd. Military Psychologist at l

before use the they reigns attempt Warriors All Stationkeepers are urged and to Weekend attend. the utenant Naval Commander Training Center C. William, Lie- wwas.......->.-...ft.......!..PHONE*.-r/'F. W 384-6462:..f...:........................iI'...........oorx..........iI'.............................."."._....".!....."."-

to take Families are invited. Buck and the Supervisor of Recruit -
me out on the APPLE Training Command s

trail. If they want me to run Chaplain's Division,Commander I
sometime I am willing, but bow Harold D. Bodle see these new

men as having positive motiva-

tion and enlisting for patriotic reasons.
.

,More Glamorous Than Ever! The other school sees these '
f" .
:
new men as enlisting for a fe- ; ,: .
finite choice ,rather than leaving

GREAT CAST OF SKATING STARS- their futures to the random assignment .
of the selective service
MADISON SQUARE, GARDEN TO JACKSONVILLE system. Ir
Either way the Navybenefits
from the high caliber of young
men joining the fleet.

1
How long will this unusual high

last It is ,generally acceptedthat

sbow V u..,Iaib aid the high will last as long as I -
t the selective service is puttingthe
..
-1..Fwi.Mh. .hrl./.LlY1N pressure on through the draft, .
-w -I I and will cease when the Vietnam II.L' \
crisis Is o\er. At the present "
:: 'L., time, most 'recruiters can take ,r'''; .. ..' '
their choice of .men
young lining
beavers; don't around
: Busy run paying bills..they
up to wear Navy blue and a lot ,
*...fcrtay. 'rtcflwawded hr mrjea of twy t&--A.-..... of recruiting stations have long ,open a checkingaccount at
.
waiting ".' lists for openings:: {\1*.', ,o .
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EIGHT GREAT PERFORMANCESTues. : in both officer and enlisted pro- ... .. ',I!
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grams. .: 'r( ( .
., Mar. 22 thru Sun., Mar. 27 \

Why would these higher caliber -

PRICEST. Individuals prefer to join
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PRIORITY the Navy for four years than go 6r4t
f-M. B1UU\TET
WeL, Tfcur*- .
(2.00, $2. 0. $3.00 -ORDER NOW rot iBTHATXE for 18 months or two years in .iA.

*LP.M.., 3.t. 1, 5 e i ,.Me 18cl0h4 St..,,. A.r4l1ft1eC1 .v.l M another service? Most recruiters NATIONAL BANK W JCACX8ONVXUJE&
feel that choice of
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service and opportunities for MKMMKN PCOCIIAk OBPOSIT INCUMAMCK CON I O.AT'O"
$2.00$2.50.S3.SO lOX orricES technical educations motivate the

r-CHILDREN 112 sad "IM fl ..' CIVIC HEMMING AUDITORIUM PARK ,individual to invest the extra US NAS FACILITY OFFICE
COIIHUM two years.
I HAIf.IAICS- I ,GeM Sntf Awe...... .t Across Fun Ataltiifnrtta. Bld.|., NAS
ONLY c.us11,., "".
SAT.MATINEES ...... ,.... The top season for recruitingIs .
yet to come. During,the winter ..kll.II..s:

SIX DAZZLING PRODUCTIONS! months, many of the new men
Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
DONT MISS IT are high school drop outs
and Friday 930 AM til 4:30 PM
jobless displaced young men. .
In June, July, and! August, the.
THE high school graduates start Ph.ia ExftisUis. 1272 tr :1273March' ,

COLISEUMiLLtll enlisting This year f': however, i . .. . -' .'. < ....,.>. ...__.
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THE FDR'S TWEH7Y-F/VE/ visitors/ arrived/ / about 1:30: p.. m. LTJG. MICHAEL HART, Public Information Officer on the
( for their tour of'the attack aircraft carrier./ The Waves donned FDR, conducted the flight deck briefing, explaining how THE SUPER STRUCTURE "island"/ / of the ship looms a- AFTER LEAVING/ THE FDR, the, Waves stopped for,' o a brief'
their blue working uniform for the ocasslon/ and found'It much planes are launched and recovered. Ltjg. Hart discussed the hove the flight deck making the group appear /like dwarfs. Several tour of the Fleet 0//er// ", USS Kaskaskia In' addition to the I

easier negotiating those 'steep, slender/! ladders than it would vital statistics of the Roosevelt, pointing out the two catapults types of radar units are located on the mast which not briefing they received/ on the primary function of the ship, they
have been In high heels./ and the area where the arresting cables are located. only assist In detecting other vessels in the area but also aid ,received on the,primary function of the ship, they,also toured

in carrier landings. the bridge,. radio room, galley and other facilities
Last Thursday, the Personnel
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Officer on the USS Franklin D. ., !' 1 "-* V ITS! *
Roosevelt (CVA42)) thought fora they learned how the men in to NAS Jax after a short'sight y ". dt ,. *' ,
few minutes that his personnel: T.t; this center coordinate launchings seeing tour of the other shipsin tS .j ::4'r '- '\iifGOODBVE
shortage had been solved. What ) and recoveries utilizing an outfit. port. :The bus stopped how. '
1_ he took for his new crew,though, they refer to as "Dick Tracy" ever, at the foot of the, fleet S :
4 i turned be Oiler, USS Kaskaskia, and the r ,. '
4 out to twenty five After being thoroughly briefed ,..1 #
4t Waves who had come for an the Waves off for short r .ct''
t topside group departed were a tour .. .' '
afternoon on the FRD. routine. After making the They were accompanied by Ltjg. for the ship's' interior and the of the ship. The tour was 1 .
The trip had been arranged necessary arrangements with the Stephens, Ltjg. Nissen and Ltjg.L. officer's' ward room. Here they designed to give the Wavesa
through the efforts of Ltjg. FDR, the trip'was set. L. Logan, Waves Barracks watched the NBC documentary, Comparison) ( between the operating -
C. M. Stephens, Acting Wave The Waves, all of whom are Officer. "Flight Deck". which was filmedon capacity functions and
Representative and Ltjg. P. L. attached to NAS Jax, the Naval board the FDR. After they vital statistics of both ships.A ..
Nissen, NAS Jax Fleet Services Air Technical Training Center, The "red carpet" had' been viewed the film, it was time for tired, but enlightened groupof
Officer. Both thought that Fleet Weather Facility and the laid out for them. For many it the group ,to depart, even thoughit Waves, returned to NAS Jax
the Waves' should have' a first Navy Finance' Officer,; arrivedat was their first; ,trlp' to a, ship seemed impossible that the that night. Although their visit: i
hand opporutnity to learn ,the Roosevelt's' berth'\af May- and the fact that'' the first,,,visit ,afternoon had passed so, quick- ,had beeft short. ; they understood--
somethng _about. "ship board" ''port about 1:30: in theafrernoon.L was to an, attack aircraft more about what it' requires* "
carrier was even more exciting. ly.Back on the bus, they thought to operate' a "sea going :
.,
:;'''i:,. '" '.,\,.;-,),'''l'.l<'' ,r.""!'''JI"';"'1.. As the Waves "looked over" they; were on their way back city four,blocks long." : : Z
d','-::. their 'hosts, Ltjg. Michael T
,tr/ .. :. Hart, Public Information Officer f-
; : "'' ; of the FDR, down to SI.hl-S..In... ..
RECORDING THE VISIT. .Navy and/ /local/ television : ': : ; came
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the Waves'' arrival aboard the carrier as well as representatives were on hand to record : ) greet them and take them aboard. ,.. :\\W'l";!,"' .' ""',,..' "'I'N". ....'. -."""-'," ,,-,r lllllJl1\}\
JOC, filmed the Interesting points of their visit. Jerry Short, i '-' ,
group as they came the brow ; ,
'
stand.
up Some '
of the
ship's The first Was the flight
the personnel
on scene to meet the were also stop .4.
group.SND __ ; deck where Ltjg.,. Hart explained,
I the fundamentals of launching

and recovering aircraft. The AND THANK YOU. ..On "disembarking! from the
arrived the flight deck
via group the ships elevator.on .. The ride USS Kaskaskia, each of the Waves paused to render salute
caught several Waves by sur- T.--- to the Colors, and J then boarded'J.the bus! for the return trip to

r \ prise, especially: the }photographers : NAS Jax.
:who were rather closeto -
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edge of t the elevator whenit jJjY --- "' -
.....before began it'ascend. __ ---
f, you buy -1 '. ,SI d "
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i. were no planes on ."
T SEE deck as'the entire deck was being' ti,: /I5... ::3'
r : THE re surfaced. Amidst the noise iii l' I '
MEN
IN
.: ., ; one of the control towers observe of the ,Hart T
I .. low them. At the group he- workmans machines ----
I I, hear what times the noise/ and the wind made It difficult/ to showed the group where the
I II LtJg. Hart was' saying. aircraft is launched and re-
covered.. pointing out the two
I catapults which can launch planesat __ __ __
I the rate: of two() per minute.t --

While Ltjg.. Hart answered' 1. .
f questions for the group'on the
I\ flight deck,,the "Air Boss"..took k THE WAVES 'were able., to get in some sight-seeing/ / on the

,some, the Waves, to his workingarea trip (from the Roosevelt to Kaskaskia.. Quite a few ships .7TiTir1
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THE FDR'S TWENTY-F/VE/ visitors( / arrived about 1:30: m. LTJG. MICHAEL HART, Public Information Officer -- -- '
for their tour of the attack aircraft carrier. The Waves donned p. FDR, conducted the flight deck briefing/ explaining THE SUPER STRUCTURE or /s/onc// / /"" of the ship looms above AFTER LEAVING/ THE FDR, the Waves stopped for' a brief/
their/ blue ,working uniform for the ocasslon, and! found''It much planes are launched and recovered. Ltjg. Hart the flight deck making the group appear like dwarfs. Several .. tour of' ,the Fleet Oiler, USS'' Kaskaskia. In"' addition to ,the I
easier/ t negotiating, those steep, slender/ ladders than It ,would vital statistics of the Roosevelt, pointing out the types of radar units are located on the mast which not briefing/ 'they received on the primary function of,the ship, they
have been In high heels. pults and the area where the arresting cables are only assist In detecting other vessels In the area but also aid .received on the primary (function of( the ship, they also toured
board"U In carrier landings. the bridge,, radio room, galley and other (facilities. 1 "'
Last Thursday, the c,
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Officer on the USS iL'at':; ,
Roosevelt (CVA42)./ ) they learned how the men in to NAS ''Jax after short'sight-1, r
a few minutes that his : .o this center coordinate launchingsand seeing ,tour of the other shipsin
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shortage had been ; /( recoveries utilizing an outfit port. The bus stopped how.
refer "Dick the f foot of O fleet
he took for his new crew, they to as Tracy" ever at the
? turned Oiler, USS Kaskaskia, and the ';; '
be
out to twenty .
After briefed .
I'' .. being thoroughly k.l.4, ''jf :
afternoon Waves who had come topside, the group departed Waves were off for a short tour r : ',
4 on the FRD. They were accompanied by Ltjg. for the ship's' interior and! the of the ship. The tour was 7 '
The trip had been t Stephens, Ltjg., Nissen and: Ltjg.L. officer's' ward room. Here they designed 'to give the Wavesa I. ,
through the efforts
of
4 L. Logan, Waves Barracks watched the NBC documentary, Comparison> between the operating
C.
M. .
Stephens,
Acting Officer. "Flight Deck" which was filmed ,capacity, functions and
Representative and Ltjg. on board the FDR. After they vital statistics of both ships.
Nissen, NAS Jax The ."red. carpet" had been viewed the film, it was time for A tired, but enlightened groupof
vices Officer. Both laid out for them. For many it the group to depart, even thoughit Waves,' r returned to NAS Jax
the Waves should have seemed that the that night. Although ',their visit1'
T ii hand : was their f1rs ,trip to a ship impossible !
opporutnity to and the fact'' that the first' visit afternoon had passed so, quick- ,Ahad, beei x shorts they bnd. rstood/;
somethng\ about "ship i ito
about what it requires
attack aircraft :
_. : te noon. was to an, more'
carrier was even more exciting. ly.Back on the bus, they thought operate r a "sea -' going'
*? As the Waves "looked over" they y were on their way back city fpur blocks long."
their :hosts, Ltjg. Michael
Hart, Public. Information Officer (-
RECORDING THE VISIT. .Navy and local television of the FDR, carne down to II..hi-S... .......
the Waves'' arrival aboard the representatives were on hand to record greet them and take them aboard. ,'
carrier as well as Interesting points of their :: \\ "' : : -:" .,, ;
JOC, filmed the visit. Jerry Short, '
group as they came the brow
up stand. Some of the vr7r'I'i'
on the scene to meet the ship's personnel were also -J The first stop \Was\ the flight ..
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group. deck where Ltjg. Hart explained ... ,;I .
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the fundamentals of launchingand ,
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recovering aircraft. The ,';, ', I've&'F GOOD-8VE AND THANK YOU.: .On .disembarking/ !from ;the h ,
EL a group arrived on the.fligh: deck ,, :. -, USS Kaskaskia, each of the Waves paused to render a salute '1,
via the ships elevator. The ride :
IAF'I. caught several l Waves by sur- 4 : '' ..' to the ''Colors, and! then" boarded''the bus'-for the'return; trip to ;,
'40. HAS Jax.
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pointing; out the two
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I Your Dental HealthYour HOSPITAL I' 'Bits & Pieces' 1



NOTESFever
child may well take his neighboring teeth to drift into the For Women

first step on the road to artificial vacant space and either prevent '

dentures when he is only normal eruption of a new toothor cough} runny nose, red By Marge Beauchamp

I two.It. disturb the position of erupted eyes, add up In many Instancesto
I has been estimated that 50 teeth. infectionswe
per cent of all two year olds common respiratory often in children. The weather verifies that and a rack to hold ironed clotheson
The see so
six-year molars -- first Before knowit
have one or more decayed teeth, use of Spring has definitely arrived. your right. you
the
Given Judicious
of the
teeth and the
permanent frocks will
and that by the time a child birds those frilly spring
are
intake of fluids, The sun is shining,
aspirin, adequate
most -
important require when
starts to school he is likely to special and each morning is filled look as fresh and crisp as
attention.- These four teeth bed rest and mother's good care, singing last fall.
have three or more cavities. often are not recognized as permanent our child bounces back none the with the fragrance of azalea in you put them away
Thus, a pattern of decay-and- worse for the wear. But, add full bloom.
because they don't replace What ever job you are doing,
fill-and-extract is established, the sudden But for those of us who are
a baby tooth. The six- to these symptoms, make it as easy on yourselfas
and before too many years have of blotchy red rash not completely overcome with
year molar is the sixth tooth eruption a possible. Play music while
passed the child Is man, and the attacks of Spring Fever,
the face and severe
back from the center of the starting on spreading you work, it will help you re-
has joined the one In five 'not
man
and brings with it one
entire
mouth and Is'needed to presene down to cover the body Spring lax. Take abreatheroccasional-
Americans who have fun den-
the 351 the shape of the dental arch it may spell measels. so bright' aspect. Spring Clean- ly and enjoy a cup of coffeeor
by
tures
age while the other This disease affects ing.
teeth are coming primarily short telephone conversationwith
Good dental health habits must
in. Six-year molars often children. Irs a diseasewe a friend. The most important -
begin when child is b m--
your develop cavities just a few months all look kindly at as part This decided organize factor is your attitude.If .
attention to proper diet, to good year
after they erupt and yet these of growing up but measles chore withan
oral hygeine at home, to regu- my Spring house cleaning in sucha you approach a
teeth must last 60 or70 does not always deal so kindly
years. that possibly It will "it has to be done" attitudeyou
lar dental care as soon as all Measles called Rubeola manner
the first teeth have erupted. By the time a child stans to with, the us.'hard measles"the"redmeasles" be more a joy than a chore. will never enjoy it, but

Early care' not only prevents school, the habit of toothbrush- the "bad measles", Maybe some hints on simplifying with a cheery smile and maybea

decay but helps to avoid those ing i immediately after eating "the two week measles" is house work will be helpful to whistle. your housework can

conditions which lead to crooked should be well established. A caused by a virus an infective you. almost be fun.

.' teeth, faulty bite and the major child's toothbrush should have a panicle which Is completely unaffected Before storing your winter
dental disorders that mean expensive small head so it can reach all by drugs or antibiotics. First of all, each Individualhas wardrobe, insure that everythingis

and extensive dental surfaces of the teeth,should havea After a one week incubation a different way of accomp- spotlessly clean. Use

treatment in later life. flat brushing surface and firm period: it produces fever, dough, lishing things. What might be moth, preventatives freely. Furs

As your child approaches six, bristles. As for diet -- a grow- weakness, a florid rash which the easy way for you, other should be placed in professionalcold

,good dental habits,become more ing child needs adequate amountsof eventually covers the body,swollen women would consider extremely storage.
important than ever; the secondset calsium during the years the red eyes and a runny nose, difficult. Find your own rhy-
of teeth that begins to e- tooth enamel is forming on the A few cases may be complicatedby thmic relaxed way of doing a
SOCIAL BITS
rupt at this time is the last jaws (up to about age eight). severe secondary infection of job and then stick to it. Hasty

natural set your child will ever A quart of milk a day should the eyes, mastoids, pneumonia, thinking and hasty working
have. They should -- and can-- provide It., A balanced diet heart failure and brain damage. usually ends up in a job that has NWC #86 Mrs. Paul St.

last as long as be lives. is needed for maintenance of Actually in the United States to be redone which costs you Andre is the new treasurer of

Regular visits to the dentist the gums and bines of the jaws -- today, measles Is a lethal diseaseto more time in the long run. Jacksonville Navy Wives Club
during the years from three to just as it Is needed for the health more children than polio. In #86. Her installation was con-

twelve assure tbat'the first, or"baby" of the rest of the body. one out of 800 1,000 cases If you will organize your ducted March 16 at their regular:

teeth are shed at the of measles, an (infection of the work so as to stay in one area meeting. Cake and coffee were
right time and that the perma- Sugar and sweet foods form brain called encephalitis may re- until the work there is completed served by Mrs. Ray :Shaefer,
nent teeth come in properly a- weak acids which affect tooth you can save a lot of Mrs. Kay Wafford and Mrs. Tho-

ligned. During these years, the enamel. Repeated acid attacks sult.So why all the fuss abouta unnecessary steps. A house- mas J. Bennett.

roots of the primary teeth slowly due to between meal snacks of disease with which, most of keeping luxury Is a small The Self Help Medical Course

dissolve and loosen them,while foods containing sugar is a prime us had no differently? Because utility table with a wheel baseto being sponsored bt the Club is

the permanent teeth have been cause of dental decay. very happily, measles is now be used to wheel your clean- in full swing. The course is

forming in the jaw and begin to Topical application of flouride completely preventable no one ing supplies whereever you go. being held on Tuesday eveningsat

f push their way through the gums. by a dentist Is recommended need die from It.No child That way, you have furniture 7:30 p.m. at ,the Clubhouseat

Occasionally, the roots of a to strengthen teeth against acid need to be exposed, to the chance polish, glass cleaner, dusting NAS Jax for the next

$; baby tooth don't dissolve quite attack. ,of( ,developing encephalitis. A rags, etc., right at your finger- four weeks. Everyone is welcome -
I :fast enough. Your dentist may completely safe 100% effective tips without constant running and nursery care is pro-

want to help along the loosening vaccine is available, and it's free back and forth to the storage vided at the station nursery
M process. Or, if the first tooth now for the asking. The vac- closet. for those attending.
*
has been lost too soon he may The Coast Guard aviation cine
produces a mild illness resembling -
f .w insert a simple appliance called center in Elizabeth City, North real measles but'with- Using the right ,tools for the

:'tV a, space maintainer to preserve Carolina, is, scheduled to begin out any of the risks. For children job will also save time and NARTU OFFICER'S WIVES-

', the space for theincoming teeth. construction this year of a round 9 months of or over, effort. Long handled dust pans, The NAS Jax NARTU Officer's
(f hEarly? loss of either primary barracks, a "first" In the construction -, strongly recommend age and we brooms and mops will spare youa Wives Club had a coffee recentlyat

or permanent teeth will cause of militarybarracks. their parents to avail themselvesof urge lot of stooping. Using a dust the home of Mrs. Charles W.

'**. this golden opportunity. More rag In each hand will cut your Pittman, Jr., Mrs. John H. Bell

than a decade of hard work and dusting time in half. assisted Mrs. Pittman as host-

THE OLD CHIEF SAYS : laborious research went into An important factor is dress- ess. GySgt. Walter R. Murr

developing this vaccine. ing appropriately for house was guest speaker. His presentation -

F Community interest and cooperation cleaning. Loose fitting shifts or "Why Viet Nam A

: 1 : : has reduced polio to slacks enable the freedom of War Within A War" was accompanied -

: r: : j On the near vanishing point. Pro movement that is necessary. by a short film..
frt llbirty '
tect your children and do the
'
same to measles. Along with Spring cleaning

4o.'t forget comes .the job of changing winter VP 45 ENLISTED WIVES-

t M.M \ wardrobes to summer. This Members of VP 45 Enlisted
: usually entails much washingand Wives Club
met their'new
Cap-
f\\\:\ \ yep pass ironing. I, strongly advise tain, Cdr. J. 11. Chapman was
that
H r you sit when you iron. If presented a beautiful double
: 114 '. you are not accustomed sitting white orchid. Cdr. Chapmangave
0
: J.j"; 5', f behind an Ironing, board, you a brief talk on the Squadron's
may find.it. awkward at first, activities.
w ; yerEI : but with the right type of chair

you will soon discover that
_:; \1't'\: setting makes the job much CPO WIVES The NAS Jax

credit Ithrri easier. The chair should support CPO Wives and their husbands

your back and be a comfortable enjoyed a cocktail hour and dinnerat

; ; fjJ ; ,identification height to permit you to use the the CPO Club last Saturday
same arm movements as when evening. The occasion providedan

you stand., ideal time to bid farewellto
1.L::: cart Chief and Mrs. Joseph Felts

Before you start, ironing, who are leaving Jacksonville for

-x 1L assemble everything you need Recruiting ,duty in Minneapolis-
:
With in
B easy reach. Place After
/ : your dinner they danced to the
r'
< f Jw : : ; dampened clothes to
."; your left music of Phil Cay.
rosy l Ii > ,\f}That Credit Identification Card comes from us.'o, t ,

:' You get it with your first loan. It's mighty handy '"' .. Retired Personnel Urged To

-i<'.t) to have since we serve you (In'775 offices coast ::: 19

.. .t-, ,.'' '....'" e. to coast. Depend on us for liberty money,. 1,'" 13 Consider CS & IRS Jobs I
:: ,. emergency expenses, cash needs. And get ;; 2 "
+ ". your Credit Identification Card. Your .
r
.., ..' t good The United
States
'd '.. .. credit assures you of quick service. Commission Civil Service son, the Internal Revenue Ser-
and the Internal vice, 901 Sumter St., Columbia,
Revenue
j CHURCH Service are recruiting or your local United
OF CHRIST States Post
personnel for jobs in many fields Office.
"f."jESTIC FINANCE 5223 Wesconeit Blvd. Retired Armed Forces personnelare
Near NAS Persons with 24 college

-we* Just Off Tlmuquanc Rd. programs encouraged offered to investigate semester credit hours of accounting -
.L. CORPORA7ION by these
.
',. ;:" '' : organizations. may file for a positionas
'
\< : ;; SUNDAYS Internal Revenue
"4. ':: 'i't.. : Interested Individuals will be ,Agent with-
l out taking
', 10:00 A. M. Bible required to take a written examina
LOANS TO $600 Study the Federal Service tion.
They should
JACKSONVILLE .1 11:00: A. M. Worship Entrance Examination. The contact
119S So. Cdacwood Ave. .1 Phone 3890391Phono 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS ,test is a test of verbal abilities Mr. Franklin Wallace, Personnel
440 W. Adams St. : 356-O091 and Training Officer, Internal Reve-
926 Arlington Road f .' Phono 721-055O quantitative: reasoning. Sam-
25 E. Adams St. ._ ." Phone 3560076Phono : ple questions: will be sent nue Agent without taking written
to
1618 .
Main St. : 354-6841 examination. They should
5852 Norwood Ave. .. Phone 765-16O1 7:30 P.; M. Mid-Week Service applicants Information con Mr. Franklin contact
3102 each Blvd. .; Phone 359-20S1 Church Phone SP 15075MJnUur.Pfaonc.SP.1264 cerning this examination Wallace,Personnel
5212 N. Pearl'St. Phone 353-6248 : "Ji'e"rs & Service, 901 Sumter Street,
/ .forfia.t"F'off1Ad '"
( Coiumtna r s lIth-c.t1"01nt1.

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M"OYI'esj.. t: Club. Schedules, ," :, .k. ,, ...., .

"
Movies at the NAS Jax Theatre NASJAX + ,
+ Music for' (dancing will be by
regularly at G aiid 0"CLUB
sh
-be Music ,
will this
Friday
Bud Clark. There will also be .
'. Monday through be V* i v.v*"Vt\TSCoL Wf u *iV.* TT**vVfc
8:15 p.m. will provided by Mark .
In addition, to the Castle two specials for Saturday,a"lob a'S'tiW1V.S'.SY.vs.4': }:S1v\'itiiiv:svv\tea\tii\svir:
Saturday. with John Arnold
ster dinner" for $2.25 and a
shows there will
two evening appearing on Saturday. Monday "12 oz. T-bone"; for $1.55. A
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on will be Seafood Night at the Club mailed ,
new group appearing at the club, Ads should be to the Holt Publishing Company,
Saturday Sundays and holidays, Tuesday is foreign dish night the Nightshades, will be playing 3649 Philips ltu>y., Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, to arrive
The Hospital Theatre, will have .featuring Mexican food as a for entertainment. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
feature. at 7. your Spaghetti Ads late this deadline will be
one weekly p.m. gourmet treat. Wednesday is and day. arriving too for publishedthe
balls
will be served
Cecil Field will have two shows Fried Chicken Night for the whole ''meat following week unless the publisher is instructed other
during the ,week ,at 5:30 and 8 family, and Thursday Is Sunday' for 850. A childs plate wise. A check or money order for the''full cost of the ad'mustbe
Matinees will be shownon beef for 50tf will also be offered. received WITH the copy for the ad.
eaters night.
p.m. Wednesday the special will be a
2 and 5
weekends at p.m.
12 oz. T-bone steak for $1.55. DO NOT SEND CASH '

CPO CLUBJohnny Arnold "4" Game night starts at 7:45. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines/) . .'. . .$2.00
will have the "
Thursday, ,March 24 Chief's club this spotlight Friday.at the On EM CLUB: Tonight is game Per additional line ((4 words per Jin*}? . .'.0.50

,Saturday the music will be night. The special will be a
NAS 36 Hours James provided by Mark Castle "ribeye" steak for 500. The
Garner, Eva Marie Saint and Johnny Arnold "44" will Cresents will play for your dancing FOR RENT: .3BR FLAT & 2BR VACATION A/C .UNTP AVAIL-
Hospital Boccaccio 70- again play Sunday. and listening pleasure. Fri houses,& 1 BR apts. neatly furn., able, Keystone Area.; Excell.
C. Field The Out Rage day night. Sunday night Phil east side of town., See 635 E. swimming, boating,water sports.
Paul Newman, Claire Bloom ACEY DUCEY CLUBTheKings Cay and the Chantels will be 28th St.POODLE. Week, month or summer lease.
Knights will be appearing at the featured. Happy hour will be held EV4-3979
Friday/ March 25 club this Friday. Saturday, from 5 to 6 p.m.. on Monday,
,
Mal Gaden and the Lazy Ribbon Tuesday and Wednesday. CLIPPING: Professional -
NAS Planets of The Vam- Girls ,with Mark Castle Draining by New York TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY
pires Barry Sullivan Norma providing the music for Sunday. usa NOTES School of Dog 'Grooming dependents,Stenos, typists, key-
Bengal Game night is every Sunday and 771 0215 Puppies and Stud. punch operators, bookkeepers, f..
Hopital H a ram Scarum Tuesday. USO NOTES, 318 North Ocean Service. floral designers temp. assign.
Elvis Presley, Mary Ann Mobley BLUEJACKETS INN Street Special events this weekat As you are available. TEMP-.
C. FieldThat Funny Feeling- Saturday will be by the-Crescentsand Dancing the USO include,Thursday, SINGERS FOR*.$15 ORARY TALENT 1130 ACL
Sandra $obbyDarin on Sunday MarchWilsonwill the USO win have a Bowling SEWING MACHINES, left In stor- Bldg.,,..'356 Q753.
I provide the music. The Three Party, Friday Is "Get With It age, good condition 'fully electric ] -

Saturday, March 26 Jays Trio, on Monday with Night Juke Box Favoriteson does everything I complete RENT OR SELL: 4 BR, 2B
Saturday night. Vespersand with attachments.1 Yours for
: '
with the
Apollos appearingon & excel. value
range oven
refreshments on Sunday will charge Only $15 each.
storage ;
Tuesday. Thursday Phil DUKE LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 -
NAS King RatGeorge Segal .
Cay will be at St. Johns Presbyterian Call warehouse, 353 1946. will '
have the
Tom Courtney spotlightand Church and Sunday's movie, deliver no obligations. A 1 0374,,
Friday it will be
Hospital ,- 36,Hours- James Strickland. Jimmy starting at 7:30 will be "This Sewing Machine Company _HFOR I.
Garner, Eva Marie SaintC. Game night every
Island Earth". Monday at 'the
Wednesday SALE FORCED AIR SPACE
Field Boccaccio 70- USO will be 'Ladies Choice j :
Sophia Loren,:Anita Eckberg, HAS CECIL Night and Tuesday will be NEW'HOMES' CUSTOM BUILT HEATER'slightly used.Fan auto
CPO CLUB: Friday night there Game Night. A Disc Jockey 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens thermostat, heats entire house.
49. CALL BENNY: 771-0750
Sunday, March .27 will be two specials offered for Show with Al Albert acting as w/flreplaces, central heat &A/C : ,
,, dinner,"Lobster" for $2.25 and "MC will be featured lrg Wooded lots., Down pymts.
'$1200 thru:$1900.VIRGINIA ,
NAS-Girl HappyElyis Presley a 10 oz. KC steak" for $1.35. Wednesday night.
E. BELL BKR. HYDE PARK'' AREA: 1414 RON
Planet Of The
Hospital
,264 2488 356-2462 .
Rd., Furn 2BR house clean,
Barry Sullivan,Norma -
Bengal, : "' dies kit,*'water,furn.. $75 mon.,

C. Field' rHarum' Scarum -, '': .I' FOR RENT: 2BR compo. furn.house 389-4035 or 384-4328

Elvis Presly, Mary Ann MoblyMondayMarch.28 /& ( ', incl.. A/C; TV etc. conv..
"
E" : &
schools NAS,264-6884, ,FOR SALE: 1965 CHEVi; IM-
.
: \ .. .. PALA, 2..door,. ;straight stick,
; ,
... i1' : NaY .
$2100,00'1
: : R&H-
i i > ; ,.
NAS Escape From Fort Bravo" :aO)( roe dot wr7 3 BR,"REDECORATED HOME after 5 P..M.t. Kcf t: ; ,
$100 dwn. $50. ORANGE
William Holden, Eleanor Parker ; In PARK REALTY, 2642411 mon.-; ,,/.. .
Hospital King Rat George
Segal, Tom Courtney REAL ESTATE FREE CONSULTATION -
C. Field 36 Hours James FRESH SHRIMP BOX NAVY WIVES: GOOD PAY. advice. 7 days a
Garner, Eva Marie Saint Temp office work for exp. stenos week. Homes for sale $100
COMPLETE DINNER $1.15 '
& typists. N6rrell Add-A- Down. Equities, No Qualifying. -
Tuesday, March 29 includes Girl Service, Inc., 359-5371 Rentals. Homeslte Lots
NAS Secret Agent Fireball- e8 LARGE SHRIMP* SALAD SAUCE I I Ie Acreage, Investments. WALTER "
Richard Harrison, Alan Collins FRENCH FRIES e HUSH PUPPIES''' FOR SALE: J962 .SIMCA R&H T., BOWEN, Reg. Broker USN
Hospital Girl Happy Elvis very good condition,; call 771- Retired.. 384..,- 1376
Presley, Shelly FabresC. lvcktt0f40ShrhM. 4901 after 6:00 ... ..
Field Planet of The Vam-, 3.95
pire -. Barry Sullivan, Norma Hash Pipits Slice FOR SALE: '63 CHEVROLET,, *1964 McCOLLOUGH 75 HP OUTBoard -

Bengal 771-7970, 103rd & Blending/ Open Every Day lJOO-9:00 Convertible ,-*,' ne owner good* Motor. Phone EX83338or

Wednesday, March, 30, condition, &1400.00 771-3044 Paul I McCoy. RA4-8100.

Brigand Of KandaharRonald
Lewis, Oliven Reed
Hospital Escape From Fort e
Bravo William Holden, Eleanor Be CReative
ParkerC. YOUR INVITATION
Field King Rat George
Segal, Tom CourtneySunday's TO V/S/70NE/ OF THE''SOUTHEAST//: / >' Writ You Owi What Ad HIM Oriy $2.00

MO 5 T MQDEPN ANP C 0'M.ft.E T F / OPC .*. M 9
Matinee will be: D a
Ensign Pulver Burl Ives,
Robert Walker
s +

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12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER March 24 1966

I- Vietnam), to,General Anderson's
I 7 former assignment at Cherry

Point. ...
. h JAX MARINES Brigadier: General Michael P.
Ryan Assistant Chief of Staff,

GySgt. Joel Ferguson G 2, Headquarters Marine
I Corps, to command the 9th
r
I \T 400SELECTIONS Marine Amphibious Brigade.

TwoxMajor Generals: GeorgeS.
I L THIRD DIVY/ REUNION Bowman, Jr., and Louis B.
Robertshaw, will be detached
Nearly 2,400 Marine Staff July 14 17 are the dates from their present duty stationsin
Noncommissioned Officers have set for the :3rd Marine Division;! May. General Bowman, now
been selected for appointment Association's 12th annual reunion Commanding General, 2d Marine
to the temporary grade of second to be held In New York Aircraft Wing at Cherry Point,

lieutenant by a Headquarters City.The will become Deputy Commander,
Marine Corps board, which has theme of the convention Fleet Marine Force Atlantic.
been in session since the first will be honoring the combat- General Robertshaw, Deputy
week of January. active move into Vietnam to bat- Chief of Staff (Air) at Head-
Aviation Detachment Marines tle communist aggression. quarters Marine Corps, will take
selected by the board which announced Having won fame in World command of theist Marine Air-
Its' results Friday were: War II on the battlefields of craft Wing. lie will be replacing
Andelin, Marvin R., SSgt. Bougainville, Guam and Iwojlma, Major General Keith B. McCut-
Bastyr, Michael J., SSgt. the 3d Division has been stationed cheon, who will be reassigned in
Mills, Jimmie L, Gy. Sgt. on foreign soil all but a few June to a post at Headquarters
Stewart J. D. E., Jr., SSgt. months since being formed in Marine Corps.
Trader, Harold C., SSgt. 1942.
Silver Star Medal winner Additional 're reassignments in
i rIt\ Of the 2,320 male Marines Charles R. Powers is the newly- June will affect three other
and two Woman Marines appointed chairman for the. 'general officers:
I selected by the board, present association.
\ call for 1,200 to "possibly" be
General K. Rot-
_
Major Ralph
GENERAL'S ASSIGNED
.,
.. 1966. The
appointed in May remainder -
tet, who will be replaced In his
? of the selectees will Headquarters Marine Corps Deputy Commander, FMFLant
tllt be appointed during Fiscal Yea r last Wednesday announced the assignment by Major General

1967, which begins on July 1, pending reassignments of ten George S. Bowman, Jr., will
1966.A general officers over the next be reassigned to Headquarters
second board to name addi- four months. Marine Corps.
tional temporary second lieutenants Three of the Marine generals Major General Rathvon Mc
currently Is in session. have been notified of new assign
{ S r ..kFC Being considered areover2,000 ments in April. They are: Staff, Commander in Chief, At-
who have
been
recently
sergeants
latic, will become Commanding -
r M.w.N selected for promotion to staff Major General Norman J. General, Marine Corps Recruit -
sergeant, and who meet thebasic Anderson currently serving as Depot Parris Island, SC.
eligibility requirements of the Commander Marine Corps Air
Brigadier General Virgil W.
temporary officer program. This Bases, Eastern Area and Com-
Banning, now Commanding Gen-
board is tentatively due out
manding General, Marine Corps
eral, Force Troops, FMFPac/
\. about March 30. Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C.,
Dates of rank for the Commanding General, Marine
1,200
to duty as Commanding General,
BOOSTER Lr/g./ Kathleen White/ nurse on Ward A6 at the who will be considered for 2d Marine Aircraft Wing. Corps Base, Twentyni Palms,
Naval/ Hospital here, congratulate/ Pfc. David L. McClain after appointment in May have not Brigadier General Marion E. California, Is being assignedto

the Marine was awarded the Silver Star Medal for conspicuous been determined at this time, Carl, now Assistant Commander, Headquarters Marine Corps.
gal I entry In Viet Nam during ceremonies here last Friday. Headquarters added. 1st Marine Aircraft Wing ( In Specific assignments:for those
general officers ordered to dutyat
Beside Being/ their number morale booster
one Viet Ham veterans Headquarters Marine Corps
who are patients in the ward say the attractive nurse + f .z w aJ will be announced at a later date.A .
from Pompano Beach, Fla./ also rates an A-plus for efficiency/ / r t future assignment for Major

General James M. MastersSr.,
M, currently serving as Commanding -
I : 9 General at, Parris Island -
BUY SAYINGS BONDS I 6- a 9 Al will be announced from
Headquarters Marine Corps when
that decision has been made.In .
1 "a -reassignment affecting
.i. r Marine forces in the Republicof

::1; 9 Z- Vietnam, Brigadier General
Jonas M. Platt, now Assistantas
Chief of Staff, III Marine
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
Force
r Amphibious with head -
quarters at Da Nang.
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Retiring on April 1 is: Brig-
adier General Melvin D. Hen
derson.


,
OFFICER PROGRAMThe

t dm} .
commissioning programfor
enlisted Marines, previously
w NEW STRIPES UCol.' John Sullivan, from left, presents available only to corporals and
Gunnery Sergeant promotion warrants to Clarence R. Davis above has been extended to
and Oliver Husk during recent ceremonies at the Marine Aviation include all qualified Marines,

Detachment. GySgt. Davis, veteran of the Korean War, is regardless of grade, Head-
currently the Asst. quarters Marine Corps recently
serving as organization Supply 'Sgt. A seagoing announced.
Marine during the Korean War, GySgt. Husak Is Detach- The
{. ....t- ment Training Chief./ announcement, made in
Marine Corps Order 1040, 9D
-: stressed the "urgent and con-
UR PATIO tinuing need for officers" and

,also opened the program to cer-
f 4ct MONEY iNDA 1 tain Marine Corps Reservist.
''.
'.
I Major change in the program,
c D K B BR 3 elimination of the' grade requIre-

." 525 to S600 ment, Included recruit personnel training undergoIng who-

"J ON YOUR SIGNATURE exhibit officer like character-
CP & ARRANGED BY PHONE istics.
1 BR I L ct, BR! 2 Cash for purPo...
any Ju.t"phon.. and tell us Organized Marine Corps Reservists -
how much you want. Pick' up the cash at your (Class IO) who have
4 convenience. Some-day service, served a minimum of six
: 1 months' active duty for train-
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN ing, and have completed not
)J less than two years of undupli-
Model B-4 You Get Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. cated college work, are also eli-
gible under the
( provisions of
For those who like to get away from \it all, this model boasts $84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 21.00 the Order.

a of a separated master bedroom, double closets and its own 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 For Marines on active duty
both. Two more bedrooms, another bath and have there is minimum
you a 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 no :active duty
distinctly different home.
requirement.
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALT Regular Marines
must be high school graduates,
or service equivalent and attain
payments include interest. :a passing score on the USAFI

yk /: : 1zzrn:: : College Appointments Comprehensive will be Test.unrestricted -

commissioned officer
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/Ga Volleyball Tourney f '6

of the Annual Flori- NAS Cecil finished fifth in the
Interservice Vol- tournament with a ,total pinfallof
Bowling tournaments 10,694 for the 12 games.
last Saturday at NAS Individual and Team'Honors
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Raiders and Fliers
to take the top two High Games Tom Williams,
the Volleyball tourney, NAS Sanford and ,Lewis McCoy
// entries fell in the Bowl AFB 236; Cratinger, McCoy
AFB 235; and' Dave' Vande-
from Cecil Field kIeft.NASGlynco-234. ,THE 'SERVER. '. .Dick Gardner
/ the final day of play High Series Tom Williams, a top notch sptker for the
( 11-1 record, losing only NAS Sanford 638; Al Tre- HAS Cecil Raiders Volleyball ,
I ) / I neighbors NAS Jax. 627 Curtice : .
vino, NAS Cecil ; turned Into notch
,' a top
/ were in second place McCoy AFB 623. team
( I ) record. High Team ((3 game series- server In the final game of the
Field took all twelve of McCoy AFB 2856NAS Sanford- Fla./Ga./ Tourney last weekend -
to wind up the tour- 2819 and NAS lax -,281?. as he pulled, the Impossible -
a 23-1 record. Jax serving 15 straight'"
four of their games Team StandingsNAS points.
day, but was lead- Sanford 10,948; McCoy ,"
other two entries with AFB 10,880; NAS Jax 10,842.NS ; T.lte .
to finish second Mayport 10,7'72;NASQcit-
record. 10,694; Orlando AFB 10,638; Orange Park S
and Flyers met Robins AFB 10,439; NAS Glynco -
two games of the 10,439; and Hunter: AFB PresbyterianChurch
and Cecil Field made 5,118. Hunter did not participate -
of Jax to sweep in the second.half of the
The highlight tournament. 242 MclBtesfe Ave.
tournament ,came ,
final game, when Dick
Mrk florid
of the Raiders, served 6ND TOURNEYNAS Orange ,
points. Jaxopen- Cecil will host the Sixth Minister
by scoring a point
the serve to the Naval District Volleyball Tour- Rev.Edwin F. Mongomery, Jr.
April 5th through 8th.
nament on
and then it only
lowed.'N' was So far six entries have been
of Air serving.Force Base fin received,.but. at le3'st.thre;others' SUNDAY, 'SCHEDULE" ,' \
8-16 are expected 'according to Tom J 'I
with
tourney an McGriff ,.Station athletic di. 8:30a.m. Worship
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< : by Hunter Air ." : ,
rector. E Entries have be"en received p.1 '
I' 9i45a.m..
/ se with 5 wins and from NAS 'Atlanta, NAS SundaySchool l i, lJ
'. Jax, NAS Memphis NAS Pensa- J 11:00 r a.m. Worship

are Six 10lklngCorward'Tournament cil.cola ComFalrJax, and NAS Ce- 6:00p.m. Youth Fellowship.. .

be held in Orlando.
( I ) match team$ from the
Georgia and Florida
( I ) a regional champ .WoJ41Coi '

will enter the forth
Sixth Naval District AT
scheduled at NAS
April 5 through 8. WtitsM V.Iksw..., fate.It .

v Bowling Sire Tt S.. Us Itftrt YM II' A Used YW
Cecil Field and Jax were
their power in the Vol
tournament, bowling 1965'Ghia, R&I Air, Cond, Like New. ?, .' $2195:
from the two stations 1965 Ghia, R&II"Real Clean . . $1895:
faring too well in that 1964 Ghia RAH 2 to choose from extra,clean. .' $1695
tourney. 1563 'Ghia,Convertible, & $1495
came into the fi '1959 Ghia, R&H 'exceptional . . .' $850
of competition with a .
over the Jax keg- Wagons
continued their pace

place honors. NAS 1965 VW Sta. Wacon.. R&H, Air Cond..5 95
1 242 pins below their 1965 VW Std. Sta. Wagon like $1850:
showing and also drop 1964 VW Deluxe Sta. ffejpan, & $1695:
the second place be- 1962 VW Std. Sta. Wap>a, R&H clean. . . ,$1100
Air Force Base by 1960 VW Std. Sta. Wacon. % $950:
196' VW Double Cabin Pickup & .' $1280
: that was came that out the 1962: VW Kombi, ." .' ., .. .. $1090. : >>

spots in both events

/ entries.volleyball,were won j Sedans"'


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1965 VW Sedans R&II, low mileage. . .$1495
1964 VW Sedans, & ." *." $1295
1963 VW Sunroof, R&II 1500: Engine . . ,. $1350
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1962 VW Sedan & Sunroofs, & . $995

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Toimicy ,At HAS Frank McCaffrey, NAS Sax The Sax Navy Golf team lost )

Athletic( Director, has announced to the Unvers.lty of Georgia over r
Entries continue to pour in final of 198....
that he will hold a meeting the weekend by a
for the fourth annual. Southeast Saturday, March 26, for all those Al Miller and Capt ,Dale Klahn,
Invitational Golf Tournament
interested in playing for the Varsity team captain were low medalist
which underway next Tuesday .
gets Softball Team. Personnel for Sax with ;a 72.
March 29.. at the NAS Jax .
should be at Enterprise Field :
Golf Course
of by 9:30 a.m. WAVES BOWLING/
Nineteen teams and a total
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95 have already indicated -
players .
netted J. A., Moynahan
that they will play In the 54- An Intramural Organization A 188
invited Softball meeting will be held high game honors during the .
hole Teams to
k tourney. Wednesday March 30, at 9:30 regular Monday night Waves ,
participate in the tournament represent .
various '''Navy, Marine, a.m. in the NAS Gym Bldg. 3. Bowling League kegler action. "
Miller took high handicap -
Army and Air Force commands . Nancy Series
205 total.
with
/ game 'a
{ throughout the Southeast area.
Although NAS'Jax does not have The .Jax Navy Golf Team honors for the right went to
will play the Naval Academythis Lcdr. Dee Barrett of Fleet
a team selected Capt. Dale
-- yet
THE CHALLENGE. .LT/g./ C. M. 'Stephens/ ,Acting Wave Klahn who is captain of the Jax afternoon at 1:30 p.m.at Weather who turned in a 522'
boosted their first
the NAS Golf Course. The The Misfits
John Fricke MA3 Navy Varsity team, stated that
Representative, accepts a ,
Sax Navy Tennis will meet record to 71 24 1, '
leader of Boy Scout Troop 131 'calling for the required five-man team will place
a slow-pitch sofa the Naval Academy team at 3 while the Legends broke their ,
be selected from the following -
ball game between the Waves'' and Troop 131. Eager opponets Al among Miller Larry p.m. on the Mustin Courts behind tie with Pin Busters to takeover
golfers
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who witnessed the event Helen/ Voshell AN P. A. Pat. : with 49 -
were Bks. 723. second place a
Miller, Al Barre, Paul Jula, Bill
sch/ SK2, and Charles Mincer of Troop 131. Maranville, and Bob Watkins . 46 1. The Pin Busters are
The tournament will be playedin now 47 -' 48 for the season
accordance with U. S. Golf This Friday and Saturday, and the Free Loaders are only
r VP-30 Edges YAP-62 To Association and locally modified the Naval Academy golf team one win .off with a 46 50
rules governing medal play. will play the team from Florida record.. The Top Poppers are
State University. The meet will in fifth place 38 5S.- and

Win Basketball TitleThe NATTCIIntramural be played on the WAS Sax Greenat the Bowlerettes are last with ,a .
1:30 p.m. .35 60 -.1 record.. h


"pro's" of Patrol Squadron VP-5 downed FILE UR,55-45,and

Thirty edged Heavy Photo- thus eliminated them from the COIIIF..x
graphic Squadron Sixty-Two last tournament in Tuesday night's ,
Monday night by a score of 54- play-offs. VP-30 took their game Standings
51 to win the NAS Jax Intramural against VAP62 by a. score of Vell.yllt.11T.urn..nt

Basketball Championship.The 52-49, and Supply lost to the
BOWLING/
Pro's were to meet with Hospital team, 5946. .
the NATTC champions AO "B" MAD #5 '31 5
School for the station title tonight, TRAFAC' 25 11 The volleyball tourney, an-
but the 'game will not be played. The two finalists both edged AE (A) #1 23 13 nounced last week in this paper
The title will be left vacant due their opponets inovertimeduring MAD # l' 23 13 and by ComFair Jax message
to the transfer of the entire class Wednesday's games. VAP-62 AO #/ 2 22 14 141922Z March, has thus far
upon their recent graduation.In added two points to their score MAD # 2 21 15 drawn very limited response.
part of the semi-final action to take VP-5, 66-64 and VP-30 AE Officers 20 16 VAP 62 and VW 4, expectedto

played at the NAS Gym last week, was a five-point victor over the 500 # 1 19 17 The Sax Navy Sport( Parachute field strong entires, have operational '
Hospital team, 6257. VAP-62
MAD # 3 ; 18 18 commitments preventing -
Club recently traveled to nearby
came back the next night to beat ': '
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560 I#; 1 vm18 18AO Palatka Florida:for' a day of their participation, thus
out the Hospital for a chance to' # 1 18 18 "fun Jumping". leaving the field wide open.
meet with VP-30. 'The score of .
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AEVB 18 18 Two student members, John Without a significant change in
that game was 50-41. MAD ## 6 17 19 Burke and Rodger Rickford, the entry situation ,by 4 p.m.

i iY .MAD.# 4 ,170. 19, '(NATTC;Jax) successfully completed March 28,(next Monday)the tour
The Pro's had'led' the National *402 : '.."* "'"'i l .<, 11X 25 their groundschool by ney will be canceled. It is

t 0 League with a 15-1 record,while A/C MAINT 4 32 making their first' static line requested that all units review

previous to the play-offs,V AP-62 560 # 2 ..1 35 jump. The Club requires eachof their 'individual situations keep-.
o was in second place behind the{ ing in mind that tournament
( it's students to :complete a
Hospital in the American League. Top bowler of the week was two week groundschcol and sat- play Is'purposely scheduled after
r Hospital went into the tournament Johnson of the 500 # 1 team, who isfactorily execute five static line working hours to accomodate
with a 16-0 record with VAP-62 hit for a 241 high 'game anda 'jumps before qualifying for their workload requirementsand
14-22 for the season. 558 series. AET: (A's ## 1 team ,''fre -faU". All student jump to provide excellent additional -
starred Peterson with a' 574 entertainment for off-
ers are supervised by a exper-
series, Pettrle (MAD 4 4)) :with ienced jumpmaster: to insure pro- duty personnel.
220 and 558; and Abbott per safety procedures.The .
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' I lflWThAMiTHE 1 NAS, lax Intramural ;':'- /J. "'p', 1v


Standings and Results \
AUTAL/A TROPHY behind the wheel of the Porsche < m
(R :; ;itt
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This Saturday the traffic Jam It will take 1,000 miles BOWLING/ GOLF CONT. Air Ops 7.. '.,* 5
over .
mark running hairpin turns", the "esses" Hdcp. Scratch 619th NCOs ..,8, 8
at SebrLrg "12 and the "straight aways". National/ / Comm. 2 l' Alley Katz :;,4. ':.4'
dur Road Race." Thousands before anyone will know who Lucky 7, 0 Cat Fives, 4 Fit Wea Fac 4 3 Marine Db 6 6
of racinS: enthusiasts will be on the winners are. Twelve hours Riggers, 1 Neptunes, 3 Weapons 1/2 .. Nanud 6 6
hard to watch the checkered of screeching tires, whining engines Devtcers, 4 White Hats0 679th 9,6 Can.: Cockers 6 '10 ",
flag fall at 10 a.m. to stan auto sweat and body ache before Chiefs, 1 Spartans, 3 AC Ntaint. ? 6 ,'4 Trainers 6' 10 "
r clng's famed drivers on their Sebring will honor its victors. Sky Warriors "A", 0 Darters, VP 30 9'6 Supply 4., ..'...,8',
When the flag marks the Hosp. "B" 6'5'' flag Staffs 4 ,8;
::00'of the one thousand mile WAITING/ / CPOs, 4 Alley Cats, 0 Ficeur : 8",.*. X4* Aewron "A" 3'. ,,9','
10 one MLeers, 2 NFO ,,' ,. Electrons"" 1 "11;
Hour run at p.m. In the somewhat slower, ,2 VP-45 '.0 dO '., (
team 12 will emerge as the victors. but equally razzle dazzle Rejects, 3 Galley, 1 Nanu "B" 3' ::"1'\2''\ ",'. Pelicans O'. 4"' ,'
Drivers and cars from all world of baseball several Hurricanes, 4 Aewron "B",0 FaetuGokUAir O' Lo'\', ; -j j
over the world stan gatheringin clubs have put a happy ending on Mec a hicks, o Doctors,4 Ops' ; -'. 3\,1'r, I', .; '.
small, well known of their Supply .." 1\':'. CONTINENTAL''LEAGUE!r ;
the part story at least. l2r .
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Continental, i' .
located in the heart ',.
community Jim (Mudcat) Grant apparently ,. .
of the citrus belt, on Monday of found Minnesota friendly after all King Pins, 1 Hard' Hats, 3 NATIONAL/ LEAGUEt'Rejects \ '" '
for registration.They and he's .BB Stackers, 4 Moon Llters.O '
race way home in Twinlar>d.:{ In ,
12,4 VP-30 O1iet 14'; 2'
Molarolas
to flow Into the their 4 Spoilers, 0 '. "
continue opponent's camp, Maury Thunderheads Ficeur CPOS ,12 4 Airmen 12 '4"Torch
3
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all week for Wills Is back home with the Tipplers, 1 / ;
town practice Airmen, 3 Galley 3,1 Cat Fives 12 ;'4Darters' Pots' 10 6
trials and
qualifying Dodgers, As Buzzle Bavasi '
Torch Post : 6' ; 2 BB Stackers 10. '6
4
Mix
runs leading up to the start of predicted Maury had only to come Detters Masters.O Mec-a-nicks : 117 5 Mix Masters 10' .' \,
4
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Saturday's race. The communitytakes to Vero Beach and there would Druthers Toppers, Nartu Chiefs 11' '' 5 '1' .' ,-, ;\6t,
1 Desk "
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Jockets, 3
hurried, ever -
on that be happiness once again. To Doctors 11 5 0Plzzans
bustling look as drivers and Wills, happiness Is a thing called Chiefs, 3 Pizzan, 1 Hurricanes ,*..a10; 6 '. 12" "( 8' ; a ;." .
Griffins ; .
1 .
pit crews, check and recheck $75,000.But SkyWarriors"B".3 Devicers =t9\ : .' 7 'J//Clrtg Pins ? .; ,9t7)" : .
their machines for the big day. the Dodgers,and baseball, American Riggers -**' '8'' '" 8 1:>etters 9:7',
The, excitement mounts all still have their famous"unsign- S. War. "A" ,6 6 Desk Jockeys 8 8
Marine Bks 3 1
Supply,
week gaining momentum as ables" who when last heard from Aewron "A", -Phantoms, 4 Neptunes '6. :: 6NFO'7 Druthers ., .; "..7,:,' 9
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rolls around Molarolas' 7: 9'
finally
Saturday were negotiating movie ; 9
a con- Pelicans, 0 Eagels, 4 ;# .t .
i and the cars assemble in the pits tract. Well, the movies alwaysdid Namtd, 3 AlleyKatz,1Mad White Hats 7' 9
t at 8 a.m. An hour and a half pay bigger for stars, and Foxes, 4 Trainers, 0 Lucky "7" 4,8 Thunderheads 7 9
later, the prerare ceremoniesand Koufax and Urysdale are that. & Mixers 4 12 Hard Hats 7 \ 9
Air Ops, 2 Cloak Daggers,2
drivers' briefing takes pttc While each side sits a patient Galley 1 4 '12 Moon Liters 1 9
4 Staffs 0
Flag
hour' arrives, Play Boys, Spoilers ..7 "t. 9
When the 'golden waiter, the baseball organizationr Electrons, 4 Cannon Cockers,0 Spartans 4 8 .
the checkered flag falls and the takes a searching look at the Pro's, 3 Sparks, 1 Alley Cats 3 13 '.10
Hour Grand Prix Endurance Aewron "B" 1 15 Tipplers 6
12 possibilities these two have '
Sir Frames, 4 NCO s, 0 S. War.uB"
4 8
Race for sports, sports prototype stirred up. The pair idea .
and G. T. ears has begun. doesn't look too good to them.If GOLF AMERICAN LEAGUEMad Galley 3 5 '.11.
What happens after thoseten Sandy and Don can do it, f/c/cp./ Scratch Foxes 12 0 Toppers 5 11'uM,
long, grueling hours will then why not the infield and out- Air Frames )10.2Phantoms Griffins 4 14.i/
make auto racing history for field unite for the next con- FAW 11 741/2 =Jr" 115 ..
another year.Gathering tract negoiation? Hosp. "A" 7 5 Coak & Dag. 11 ..:".5 y
for this world VAP 62 vs. VP 30 ppd. Pros ; 8 4 Standing are computed by
reknowned event will, be someof Faetu Blue 5 3 Playboys 8 4 percentage based on games
the greatest drivers in modern Herbette Leads VP-5 81/2 6 Sparks 10 6 played, not by number: .. of

racing, and, those who hope to VP 45 2 11/2 Eagles 10 6 games won or lost.-- ',..

become the greatest. Jim Hall Team, To .
and Hal' Sharp will be there with Victory ',, ', '
LOOKING -. ,, : : ;
the Chaparrels;, Dan Gurney of .
California and Bruce,McLaren IH ,NATTC To e .. ;; Z) t.,: : ; ,
of New,.ZeaIa.nctitl.Ford modelSJ.. mty '
Mike' Parkes of England in a at the new ones from every"t'e? '

Ferrari 330P3; and Italy's Lodo- NATT Center's basketball ,
vico Scarf ottl In a. P.o rshce, championship was decided last ..
Carrara 6, to, name only a.few. week when AO (B's) # 5 team
Hall and Sharp in the 'automatic dished out a 65 52 loss to
transmission Chaparrels MAD *t 16 during intramural )
will be out to retain their titlesas playoff at King Hall. I'
last year's first place overall The championship game spelled I
winners In the 1965 race they revenge In big capital let- ,, ......
turned in the fastest speed of ters for the Ordnance men, who nI'
104.41 when they took lap no. had been swamped once before _
15 in 2 minutes, 59.3 seconds. by the Marines during the first
Average speed for the 1019.2 of a 16 round double elimination I :': "
mile, 196 reace was 84.723 tournament held the first part -f-{
mph, almost eight under the speed of the month. : Tir 4 LII!
of 92. 364 recorded for 1964's Leading the victors home
1112.8, 214 lap race. was Herbette, who snagged the
Jacksonville has several cars hoop for a game total of23 points,
and drivers entered in this ably assisted by Ross with 12
year's, contest, including Peter and Graves with 11.
Gregg, a former Navy lieutenant The losers, too, had stars to
stationed atNASJax. Greggalong boast of as Thompson's ball
with George Follmer of Cal- swished' through the netting for uu
ifornia, will be driving a 18 points, followed closely by
Porsche 904 owned by Porsche Brown with 14 and Pettrie with r

Auto of Stuttgart, Germany. :
Jaguar Cars, Inc. and Porsche 11.Other member of the AO -. -
Southeast Distributers both of ((8)) winning team included
Jacksonville, will have cars Ernie Banks, captain; S. A*
tKed.Two Jacksonville men, Lane; B. D. Hunt, Jr., J. A.
and Bob, Kinham,' Rawling; J. A. Annns; D. F.
will drive a Jaguar XKE for Fyfe; W. A. Minnich; R. L. --
Jag of Jax. Carles Kolb of Bivins. R. B. Herbette coached

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The "Hornets" of Attack Rigging

1 Squadron Forty-Four have been ,
crowned the Intramural Basketball -
I i Champs of NAS Cecil for the By Lt, P. E. Thibodeau

I, 1965-66 season. To accomplishthis Sailing weather (is here I The According to last week's Navy
feat, the "Hornets" had to few warm days we've had lately Times, the San Francisco Bay WILSON & ''S7yS'.St tif {\
fight a somewhat uphill or pres- have brought the sailing area has become a hot '- bed
sure battle all the way enthusiasts out of the wood- of Navy sailing activity with the BLANDING
After a very poor showingin work it seems,as more and more formation of an association the
the first half of the league, people by the Navy Jackson- various sailing clubs in the area.
stop
the "Hornets" gave notice to ville Sailing Club to inquire about As far as is known at this time,
the other teams that they were joining in our activities. The there are active Navy sailing
... out for the trophy in the second NJSC welcomes new membersas clubs or facilities at Jackson-
half. ville, San Francisco, Pen-
to share with
you
we are
eager
At the beginning of the second in a sport and recreation that sacola, Norfolk, Annapolis, Key f f' PHONE
half, player/coach Lt. (jg) Con- is one of the oldest and finest. West, Charleston, and Roosevelt
nolly promised that It would be For those of you who have yet Roads. It would really be some $P 1-1341 orSP166O1
an exciting one for both players to try sailing, drop by the clubhouse Regatta if we, could get them all
and fans In the best of Navy at the foot of Ranger together. An organization is
tradition, and with the help of Road and pick up one of the presently being formed in ::ti::: ::
his fine team, Mr. ConnIly made NJSC information sheets. Washington on a private basis,
the promise come true.After few months ahead called the Navy Yachting As-
winning their second half The next with sociation. More about this as 65 BUICK CONVERTIBLE. . .52695
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With the Tri Club
that first half rut by losing the activity.Series other week- ther information on it. R&H, solid blue, white top, WSW, *tIn. new
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to VF-62. The team Correction last week's race
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State Rhodes Bantam Champion '
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the
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+I victory by scoring 38 points, 23
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badly that all the players hit
for double figures in the scor-
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Connlly said, "We were
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