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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any L,
military department. The appearance of advertisements in,this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the product or services advertised. 1

VOL. 24 NO. I U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MARCH 31, 1966
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J. W. MILLAR/ / Bureau of \I 1

dressed the group of fwenfy-s/x students /
pleted the/ Disease Vector Control /
ing course. The marks to ,the/ right of the
top four averages achieved/ the course.




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; five 4-w I" ,
F The Disease Vector Control : '
F Center at NAS Jax graduated their fiscal ye r ;: : >
60th four-week class last Friday, ,erous two- : ,
marking :ten'years,:of,operation' Med"thio gh
in their"DiseaseVectorand Pest military-
Control'Technology" course. attending :
Capt. J.W. Millar, MC, who is field and '
the Director of the Preventive to train \
Medicine Division of the Navy'sBureau operators.
Medicine. and Surgery, Three ;
addressed the 26 students dur- Force
ing the graduation ceremonies.The grades In
students, representativesof Eversole,
the Navy Marine Corps, Air eastern .
Force, and Coast Guard began of Yards
,,4;,. the Pest Control operators train- graduate
ing course In late February. E J. $: .
Three Navy Hospital Corpsmenfrom ployee at
the Fifth Naval Districtand aged t
the Atlantic Fleet were a- liam I
mong those who successfully tached to ,
completed the course. a ,96.61
The Disease Vector Control Special ,
Center, under the command of ology' at
Cdr. Leslie W. Teller.MChostsIN finished :
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MEMORIAMA / /
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Kansas couple whose son
was the victim of a January
boating accident recently sent a
check to the NAS Jax Navy Re- ,\, f
lief Society In his name.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Young )
who operate a two-farm complexnear
Attoona, Kansas, sent the
donation in the name of their i ..
20year old son William.
The young sailor, a TDAN 01 g(
attached to the Fleet Airborne
Electronic Unit, Atlanticdrowned -
when the boat in which he
and a companion: were sailing
capsized. His companion; also ,
attached to FAETU, was rescuedby '
a passing boat. I
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The money contributed by the
Youngs; wa donated by friends 4 ,
and relatives for their son's -
memorial services They thought
the money could be better usedIn '
aiding[ the services of tleNavy i
Relief Society. e
They mentioned that their son ;
had always made a contributionto 1 _
Navy Relief and felt that he '
would have wanted them to makeuse ONLY THE BEC/NN/NC./ / .Construction; on the new OpCon Building/ (left) and Hospital (right) at HAS Jax has been underway
of the money In this man- j only a few weeks, but already a change Is noticeable./ Completion of the OpCon Is scheduled for September 1967 an J the :

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EDITORIAL Chaplains/ Message"A

U.S. Savings Bonds -f

MATTER OF DECISION"By

A Star-Spangled BuyThis ROMAN CATHOLICSt. Chaplain W. A. Smith

Edward's Chapeland
year marks the Silver Anniversary of the United States '"lie steadfastly set His face to go to Jerusalem." (Luke (:51))
Savings Bonds Program. Throughout the past 25 years since At Twelve Jesus chose to be about His Father's business. Laterhe
President Franklin D. Roosevelt bought the first Series E Savings Naval Hospital turned away from the temptations the devil offered. All His l life
Bond 1 1941 the His heavenly Father. Then, toward the end he
May American people military and civilian SUNDAY MASSES he chose to serve
have invested 'their dollars in Savings Bonds to help win two wars, Hospital - - 0630St. decision as he "set His face steadfastly to go to
support far flung defense commitments and, now,to help In the fight Edward's Jerusalem'" It was this choice that led to Palm Sunday.
for freedom In Southeast Asia. Chapel - 0900 & 1100 Most of us don't like to make such a choice. We prefer to drift.
The recent announcement by President Johnson, boosting the We may drift comfortably around, but to move into the religious
interest rate of Savings Bonds from 3.75to 4.15 percent made them DAILY MASSESSt. realm of devotion to God we have to make a definite decision.
even a better investment on their "Silver Anniversary." Edward's: ., Choice Is not only possible it is necessary. In choosing Christ as
..: Monday thru Friday 1130 Lord the Chrisitan should realize that he is making a far reaching
.-...:.': ;fi*?\.?./. j':i$':;. t! ;#'#f'Ai* : Saturday - - 0900 decision. It is one that could and should make a difference in all

;;,1 ";. ..J;.....;;.." ':,;!'.':';$frI', 't.!:t.tff.f .. '''''f!j .;?/r';' Naval Hospital: of life and for all of life.
"':1{. ;- :o'I'lt.,' ..i:. ,.\ is that we be not adrift; tha we keep to
.. .....:. :ff.tj.1 f!? Friday -----1205 The important thing
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,4 Lc1))v': \:"$? I "> frflV: \ our course steadilY' onward. And that is an important reason whywe
CONFESSIONSSt. need the church.
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Saturday ------1900 2000 seas ahead for most of us. The church can give us bearings that
0815 0845 will see us safely through.
Sunday - - :
1015 1045 Faced with the hard choices of life may we have the faith to turn

Hospital: Sunday - -0615 our faces steadfastly toward Christ; His Cross; His Church.


y rU CATECHISM CLASSES '.
Chapel Annex Building 722: I Prosperity DiseaseWASHINGTON
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: Saturday's 1000

., DIVINE SERVICES D. C. < .(NAVNEWS) . Are you making
New PROTESTANTAll more money than ever before, but still barely scraping along from
M y Saints Chapel payday to payday?
r Well, according to the CHANGING TIMES, Kiplinger magazine
SUNDAY'S you're the victim of a new syndrome! known as "prosperity.
0800 -- -Holy Communion disease." .

4 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship One sympton of the disease, is the feeling that you're. earning

SUNDAY SCHOOL enough, but not getting anything when you spend it.
{ Where do people go wrong with their money? To find the answer,
-- 'jf-*> 0930\ - Chapel Annex
CHANGING TIMES asked five family finance counselors, "Whatare
The extent to which Savings Bonds have succeeded is reflectedby Building 722 the most common money mistakes that families make?"
the fact that Americans today own more than $49 billion worthof WEDNESDAY'S The most frequent error, according to one counselor, is confusing
them. Of the individual bonds held at the beginning of this year 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal luxuries with necessities. The old fashioned way of makinga
more than 93 percent were in the range of $25 to $200 the budget was fo provide first for the necessities Then, if there
denominations normally purchased through the Payroll Savings Plan. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month was money left over, it would go toward luxuries.
Of the approximately $150 billion of Savings Bonds sold during 0930 Chapel Women's Guild However, in today's atmosphere of affluence, the process is
the past quarter century, about $100 billIon.has been redemmed (Small Chapel) reversed. Luxuries such as color TV, air conditioned houses,
to finance new homes, educations, or to pay 'tor other necessitiesand cars with all the "power" extras, electric toothbrushes (not to
emergencies.These U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL mention hairbrushes) all now come ahead of necessities.
dollars might not have been available to thousands of Sunday'--------'; 1000. Another family counselor attributes most money problems to
individual Americans,.had it, not been for the ease and convenience the availability of credit and failure. to give priorities to "major
with which) Savings '''Bonds "can ''be ';acquired: t- spedally";through expenditures" whether they are necessities, or luxuries, or both.
the Payroll Sayings Plan, ; "III..**..' 'CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT Still another counselor believes that much of today's misuse of
If you :are looking?tcnvard!yourfinancial future, cake's lesson I. .>fI'" money is. based on marital conflicts and emotional disturbances.Or .
from the past see about starting Savings Bond allotment. It'sa Today- "' it comes from impulse buying.
"Star Spangled" investment. (AFPS) Choir Practice at 7 '(p. m. Other problems of domestic finance, as seen by the experts,
Sunday- are. hidden costs such as repairs and sejvice, failure to take into
Sunday School .at 9:30 p. m. consideration the cost of credit, financing articles for longer than
Savings Bonds G f Bill Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. they will last, and all the little added expenses connected with
Communion on the first Sundayof major purchases. -
Pay Higher Servicemen who used up their the month. Nearly every counselor agrees that the most common money

Interest Rates 36 month educational grant under mistake Is failing to prepare a budget, cash forecast, list of upcoming -
the World War H or KoreanGI CATHOLIC major expenditures or some other set of guidelines. The
Bills cannot qualify, according Daily- reason most people don't really want to know the unpleasant truth
to Navy Times. for edu- 11:20 a. m. Mass about what they can: and cannot afford.
Buyers of United States SeriesE cational monies under the new Sunday- If you are caught up in the "spending syndrome"! you might
and H Savings Bonds will "Cold War GI Bill" recently 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions find it worthwhile. consult with your legal or personnel officer.
earn a higher return on their approved Congress. heard before each Mass. CHANGING TIMES however, believes you can usually treat the
investment as a result of Presi- There is, however, a sep- disease yourself. The chief medicines are perspective on the
dent Johnson's recent action to JEWISH/
arate program which they can family's real financial situation; a list of spending priorities, a
Increase the interest rate of these qualify and it is known as the Call Ext. 311 for information cash forecast, a net worth statement kept up to date, and a
Bonds to 4.15 per cent. National Defense Education Act on Jewish Services. realistic, unemotional attitude toward the dreamworld that
(NDEA). advertising and easy credit have created.

In making the announcement, Under the NDEA, graduate Traffic Violations

the President said that Bonds fellowships worth up to $2400 Effects Of Smoking Studied
bearing issue dates beginning are available. The following is a report of -
Those. who used only a portion motor vehicle accidents traffic -
December 1, 1965, would earn
at the new rate. In addition of their entitlement under previous violations for the period WASHINGTON, D.-C. ...(NAV arette butts. Their fatal illness
the Presidential action raised bills,can obtain some benefit March 22March28.Number NEWS).....Dr. Robert E.Switzer, was diagnosed as nicotine poisonIng -
the earnings of outstaooing booos. from the new bill. For of Accidents director of the Children's Hospital and proved by chemical findings -
This Week - -7
example, a man whoexh.tusted24 at the Menninger Founda- at the autopsy." '1
months entitlement earlier Total Accident this year through
can tion in
Topeka Kansas
offers
All older E and H Bonds wul
March 28 1966 - -74
still receive 12 months of the following "Little known facts "It was shown more than twen-
earn 4/10 of 1% more than before -
of
Number Accidents
for the schooling from the new measure. .through' attributable tq smoking": ty years ago that repeated Injections -
remaining
periodto This would be worth $100 to$150a March 1965 - 52 of nicotine eventually
next maturity, starting with month for that period. Tin new Total number of days since last "Nonsmoking high school stu- produced arteriosclerosis in
the first interest period of five measure makes clear that if 36 injury in a motor vehicle' accident dents have a higher 1.0.than those dogs, similar in every way to
months or more which,beginson months of previous education are r - - -17 who smoke. And the heavier arteriosclerosis found in man.

or after December 1, 1965. used .UD.. there is nothing_ _____ n--more._. Number of ViolationsThis a student smokes, the lower his Nonsmokers as well as smokers
Week '- - -24 I. Q. This was found by a eventually develop arteriosclerosis
Speeding -------5 Harvard School of Public Health but the smokers get
Reckless Driving - -o Survey among, 6,810 students in there first with the most." l
J A X .AIEt: N'E"VY'S Going Other through Stop Sign -0 high schools In Newton Mass."
Violations - 19 .
Dr. Switzer
obtained his medical -
Twenty Six drivers appeared "Cancer caused 17 percent of degree from Indiana StateUniversity
before the Traffic I Hearing Boardat all deaths in Canada in 1963,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaperdistributed the meeting held on March 29 compared with 14 percent In psychiatric training and cbmpleted the Uni-his
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station 1966. 1950 at
Disposition of the cases according to the Dominion versity of Colorado. lie attainedthe
Jacksonville, florida, by ,the Holt Publishing Company, a included the following: Six lost Bureau of Statistics. More lung rank of commander during
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR driving and parking privileges cancers made the difference." World War II and has just been
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, aboard station for various "Two young brothers age 2 selected for promotion to the
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before periods: Three were assignedto and 8, died In Toronto, Canada, rank of Rear Admiral IntherNaval -
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- complete an eight hour recently after swallowing cig Resene.

Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.Advertisemenla course in remedial driving at I
NARTC; None were assigned to 1
are solicited by thepublisherandqueries complete a six hour course in
concerning such should be directed to remedial INVEST
driving at Jax IN THE FUTURE
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway Police Academy; Three received
J Jacksonville, florida 32207. Telephone 359.4040 suspensions; Eight were'given

warnings; Five dismissed; ; Eight
VOL. 24 NO.7 1 March 31, 1966 fined (U. S. Commlsioner): SAVINGS
and Seven referred to commanding -
U. S.
officers for possible BONDSr
disciplinary action.



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March/ 37, 1966 lAX AIR HEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3
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I Facts About Navy Accounts .


.
WASHINGTON, D. C. .(NAV- Mavy for tne amusement of Naval Operations( I 4
NEWS) .Do you know that comfort, contentment, and wel- Office of Naval yw ." 1"-y
the Navy runs, laundry,conducts fare of officers and enlisted per- brary), and of royalties
a wildlife conservation program, sonnel on shipboard: or located from the sale of
guarantees loans, and operates outside of the United States. naval operations. ?
stores? These activities are all The "Office of Naval Recordsand are invested in
legitimate Navy undertakings approved History Fund" is comprisedof the income from A : {fir 1 /+
the but gifts of held in trust naval :
by Congress, money to purchase t e +r s
the accounts under which they for the benefit of the Naval HIs- memorabilia and to 4 $ r
operate remain relatively unknown tory Division, Office of the Chief centive for naval
in comparison to the

larger accounts.In and. more glamorous Navy Warrant Officer ,t4

order that these activitied _
might be better know, a thumbnail ,
synopsis of them follows. Pre-Dates U.S. NavySAN e _
"The Laundry Service, Naval
Academy" account funds the -

operation of a laundry at An- DIEGO, CALIF.NAV- master's mates,
napolis which provides servicesto NEWS.The) difference 'in the Secretary of the Fleet I
midshipmen} and other military and the commissioned a clerk for the
personnel of the Navy Aca- warrant Chief of the Fleet.
officer is frequently questioned.
demy. The annual operatingcosts There is often a misunderstanding warrants were the ( .. _I \q .
of over $700,000 are in the warrant officer's du- captain's clerks and + n
funded from collections for laundry mates.
service which are made ties.A. warrant officer's authorityover The history of the
available to the account under is not as broadas shows that it has :
10 U. S. C. 6971 (b) making persons
commissioned of- rank of specific J
that of
a / fakes the reenlistment// oath
the fund self sustaining.The As for the
ficer. The commission is signedby ledge. / // / Atlantic enroute to Bermuda.:
account "Wildlife Con ficer of he is
of the Navy today;
the Secretary '
servation, etc., Military Reser- for the President with 'the advice istrative and technical* / Squadron 16 and CoV. D. D.
vations, Navy" is operated under and consent of the Senate. in a prescribed squadron, administered ,
the authority of 74 Stat. 1052. I / reenlist. .
The warrant is signed by the area. The Increasing to .
The dollar amount involved is Secretary of the Navy for the istrative and executive F}.' i w I
quite small, only$6,000 annually, President without reference to sibilities aids his iJ1
but this account, too, is self- the Senate. to commissioned :\ :'
supporting. The proceeds received The warrant rank predates the There is a big
from the sale of fish the warrant officer and
U.S. Navy. From pre-
and game permits on naval installations Revolutionary War, only three duty officer. The
are used to carry out. categories remain today, boatswain usually restricted to / ;
a program of fish and wildlife gunner and carpenter. specialty and is not
conservation, management, and These have been broken down expected to broaden .
rehabilitation in cooperation with categories. expected to assume ,
into more specialized
State Fish and Game Departments duties except in "
and the Bureau of Sport Fish- The,Continental Congress pro- The limited duty ; I
eries. vided the purchase and construc- expected to broaden : '
The account "Defense Pro- tion of ships when it became fications beyond his s :
duction Guarantees" opera- necessary for the Colonies to to assume many ,
tes under the authority of 50 prepare for sea warfare. They assignments usually 'i
U. S. C. app. 2091. Under established three major ranksto with officers of the line.Beginning ,TIRE! {

this authority,the Navy is allowedto control these.ships, the commissioned in the ,. ,
guarantee loans considered warranted and petty 1968, boards will r, i
essential to facilitate the per- warrants. The commissioned officers for promotion ft"LDO ; t- :Lrlr

formance ,of Navy defense consisted of captains and pointments are: ,to c I 1>fIi f't
production contracts. Adminis- lieutenants whereas the warrant following year. There : : [810' !
trative expenses for this officers were surgeons,pursers, be any new LDO's in 't'. ;{j
program are financed from guar boatswains,gunners,carpenters,;, until that time. 21)I ., ;
antee fees and interest on purchased .

loans making this fund, _. ',
-
also, self sufficient. Net
::
earnings are retained allow G6BY '
the Government to purchase loans

when required under guarantee BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS GET 2ND TIRE FOB "1:
commitments and to cover pos-
sible future losses
The various trust funds of the 16Owo.
Navy are reported on a consoli- r

dated schedule titled "Navy uT.Llu. ':4.
.1 s
Trust Funds. They are specifically -
lI.dwel', .. 1.,,, x
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a. U. S. Naval Academy AIIO.k/111..I.SI.ct1 fi'
General Gift Fund.b. MIhw.II.Sll, tlr M.nl
U. S. Naval Academy Mus- ,.i Md P .r9
eum Fund.c. .
Department of the Navy
General Gift Fund. ,.'
d. Ships Stores Prof its,Navy. .MI 11m ..ysu1.........by ro11t .

e. Office of Naval Records '
and History Fund. GET: 2ND TIRE FOR

The United States Naval Aca-
demy General Gift Fund, the 7.75/7.50 x 14 15.70 i

United States Naval Academy 8.25/8.00 x 14 17.20
Museum Fund, and the Department 8.55/8.50x14 18.85
of the Navy General
Gift Fund are financed pri- 7.75/6.70 x 15 15.70 .
marily through donations from BR''11 BR 4 D : K UR

individuals. Prior to the enactment -
of the legislation under '. RETREADS!

which these funds were established B Guaranteed like NEwt! ,
L FRS
rhere was no legal BR28R3 $
basis for the Navy to accept 8 44:

private contributions.: Currently, I .
contributions maybe accepted tire.
private '
by the Navy and held in ,, o'.: '" CP recapped we will loan
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this. One day service.
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trust or used, at the discretionof : ,. '
the Secretary of the Navy Certified
conditions I
and subject to any "
C-6 WHEEL ALIGNMENT
specified by the donor, for the MODEL
benefit of the institutions for Hera's What We Oo:
established. Be//o/r's// / C-la/is /lust unbelievable 4 bedrooms,
which the funds were 50
1.Adjust Caster r
The "Ships Stores Profits, Family Room Living Room, Dining Room, Kit
Navy" fund is financed through chen, 2 Baths and a large Utility Room. Eleven 2.Adiust Camber 5
profits earned in the operation of rooms of unmatched styling and economy. 3.Adjust Toe-In
ships stores. These "stores", 4.Adiust Toe-out Rog.
found on most naval vessels, 5.Test steering. $9.95
boost morale by selling cigarettes -
candy, razor blades with 2 convenient locations
: ::
: : :
etc., to ship's company while at .
sea. In addition to being
a morale booster, they often :SO: : ::;m BTJIL3DER.S.: : SOI W.DUVALCOR. 1

times make a profit. These pro- You are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your CLAY
fits expended at the discretion 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blinding Boulevard (Hwy. #
are r.w u......,..Tb,P...
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March 31, 1966
4 JAX AIR /AFTERBURNER


I VA3bCecil Field's Contribution To Viet Nam War I IOn



Sept. 26, 1965 the Attack dress rehearsal for the real operation the world's largest warship and -:: '. "to" ".
Squadron Thirty Slx"Roadrun- to come. Now combat only nuclear powered aircraft
ners" departed Jacksonville to ready, Enterprise and VA 36 carrier entered combat on
become the first Cecil Field departed the Virgin Islands on "Dixie" station in the South
based Squadron earmarked for Nov. 2, for the long journey China Sea. VA 36 pilots had
combat duty In the Viet Nam Area. around the tip of Africa through their "Baptism of Fire"on ,: '
Commanded by Cdr. John the Indian Ocean and into the that historic day as Cdr. ,
E. Marshall, the "Roadrunners"had South China Sea. Marshall led the,, first combat '-' '"
previously been a pan of Air Flight Operations were con- sortie ever flown by the Rpad-. ; (:: ,
Wing Three and had just returnedin ducted enroute in ordertomaintain runners. .. :''i)*,'
July from eight months in the a high degree of pilot The next 44 days found Enter- ; :
Mediterranean aboard the May- proficiency and keep the Squad- prise and VA 36 "on the :
port based carrier,USS Saratoga.VA ron's A4C "Skyhawks" In per- line" making many contribu-
36 joined the Pacific fect condition. The entire tions in the struggle against com-
Fleet's Air Wing Nine aboard Squadron was kept busy duringthe munist aggression. The "Road
USS Enterprise at Norfolk, Va., switch to the Pacific Fleeton runners" launched 725 sorties f,
and commenced a month rigorous tasks which varies from rout- against Viet Cong strongholdsin 1 I I
combat training exercises off ine paperwork to repaintingthe the Mekong Delta and selected
I the Atlantic Coast. aircraft with Air Wing Nine targets in North Viet Nam.
The nuclear powered Enter- markings. All pilots attended logging over 1500 flights hours
prise departed Norfoik onOct.26, daily detailed Intelligence Briefings and delivering, over one million
for the Caribbean and ultimately i concerning the many and pounds of ordnance enemy tar-
I the Southeast Asian Theater. varied aspects of the Operationsin gets.It .
An Operational Readiness Inspectlon Viet Nam. is interesting to note
was conducted near Ro- On December 2,1965, history that VA 36 set a record for
osevelt Roads.* Puerto Rico as a was: made when USS Enterprise Cecil Field squadrons when they
',. .... .. t flew 1059 combat hours In
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December last year.' It was .a.
I also during this period that the
10,000th accident free hour
mark was surpassed. These
records are but an indicationof

-w the tremendous effort put forth fly/ formation USS somewhere
FOUR A4s In over Enterprise off
I.M I. to
r by squadron personnel
the of Viet Ham.
ocast
first
establish and maintain a
\ class readiness condition. :The
Roadrunners have also totaled target Was not without cost, their efforts are helping the
Q more than 5400 accident free however as the squadron suf- free world's struggle against
Carrier Landings. Their six- fered its first combat loss communism. They are proudto
teen assigned pilots arrived In when one Roadrunner failed to have been the first to be
I Viet Nam totally lacking combat return. Other commendationshave called and will return to Jack-
I 3 3r experience, but today are experienced sonville and their families con-
veterans, able to hold been received for highly fident that they have done their
their own withanyof combatwise effective support ground part as American fighting men.
professionals of the Seventh Forces as well as the devastationof
Fleet. known Viet Cong strongholdsIn
One of the most notable of the Mekong Delta area and
4I r Attack Squadron Thirty Six throughout South Viet Nam.
( contributions to this war effort
was the Squadron's participation For the officers and men of
in the successful strike upon ,Attack Squadron Thrity Six
I heavily defended Uong Bl Power the 24 hour a day job of flying
Plant which serves the North and keeping them flying has pro-
Vietnamese seaport of Haiphong.i ven to be a rewarding experience N
.Th* destruction *to' this ,by the satisfaction of knowing
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following news items have search and clear operation yes- man gang astern. ,
R 4k i Just been received from Saigon terday on the Lon Thanh Penin- "He manned the after fifty
** i4 W/' !, uL RVN., where the Navy Marine sula, 30 miles southeast of and laid down a barrage. He
Corps team has been pitted Saigon. Five VC were killedon then proceeded to blast VCforti-
against hard core Viet Cong Saturday night by specially fications with 80 mm mortar fire,
troops in a search and destroy trained U. S. Navy and Marine which effectively stopped their
( t ... maneuver neamed Operation Jack ambush teams in positions along firing on us," the boat captain
F- 4d Stay. the Song Dong Tranh River.These explained.A .
aj1t ; WITH THE SEVENTH FLEET, specially trained teams had been reaction force included
March 27 this operation in the pre positioned to intercept VC another U, S. Navy Swift patrol
Long Thanh Peninsula area is fleeing the landing area.A boat, the U. S. Coast Guard
the southernmost large scale U. S. Navy Swift Patrol cutter Point Grace and two arm-
employment of U. S. Forces in boat took light casualties short- ed U. S. Army UH1B helicoptersfrom
Vietnam. Landing from shipsof ly after noon yesterday when it the Seventh Fleet dock land
the Seventh Fleet ready am- engaged three entrenched 30 ing ship USS Belle Grove.
cxt phibious group the first elementsof and 50 calibre VC positions on the The helicopters blasted the
the 1st Battalion, 5thMarines, North and South Dinh Ba River ambush area with rockets and
encountered no opposition but about a mile inland from Can machine gun fire. Aboard the I
were met with signs warning, Gio. Enemy losses are unknown. Belle Grove, command ship for
'Do not follow the U. S. Army. Two U. S. Army UH1B helicopters coastal surveillance force units,
The booby traps are used to kill supported the swift and Lieutenant Thorill later discussed -
'i1b the Americans"Soldiers who the destroyer USS ROBINSON the engagement with Vice
kill U. S. Army love their fired 102 five inch rounds on Admiral Hahn J. Hyland, COM- 1
country." reported VC positions. 5EVENTHFLT, who was Inspect t
With the combined backing of Vice Admiral John J. Hyland ing Operation Jack Stay units.
Navy air support, as well as Commander U. S. Seventh Fleet, 1
Y U. S. and Vietnamese Navy inspected the amphibious ready
; Y'Q f t air support, as well as U. S. group units ashore and afloat. SAIGON, RVN, March 28 -
d a Tw and Vietnamese Navy coastal and:! Among documents seized from Following air strikes by U. S.
river patrol, the Marines pen- the VC was one which berated Air Force B52s in the Xam
4 etrated inland across the pen- local units for late submissionof Rach Rao area today, Marinesof
insula, located 30 miles south- periodic reports. the Seventh Fleet Am-
east of Saigon. A1H Skyraiders, Skyhawk phibious Ready Group stormed
Navy A 4 aircraft from and F 8 Crusaders' from the ashore in the second assault
the carrier USS Hancock, carrier USS Hancock have flowna landing:! of Operation Jack Stay.
directed by Marine forward air total of 106 sorties in supportof The landing was made on the
t. controllers, flew strikes in the the Marines ashore. Results East bank of the Soirap River
1I operation area and:! observed one were not reported. about 18 miles southsouth-
secondary explosion.At SAIGON, RVN, March 28 east of Saigon in the Rung Sat
8 p.m. yesterday a Navy "If it hadn't been for the instant special zone.Operation.
swift boat detected an evading response of every man, Jack Stay is the first
junk in the Soirap,, River. When the boat and crew would have been penetration in force of this zone,
tr. taken under fire the junk was lost on the spot" said LTJG from which Viet Cong units have i
beached and the occupants fled. James C. 'Thorell, of Stuttgart, launched several attacks on commercial -
f There were no friendly casual- Ark., the officer in chargeof shipping in the past
Y I ties and VC casualties were a U. S. ,Navy ,Swift Patrol month. -,

unknown. boat supporting Operation Jack *'The Long Tao 'Rtver,,maln
/ ;;Rivet patrol. continued ,surveillance ,Stay." After patrolling the water, ,shipping channel, uiut71 '
'Ch / on the waterways sur- ways around the.Rung Sat special r also 'In ,;the Rq;Sat I,special
rounding the landing zones to zone southeast 'of Saigon fork 24 zone.' Today's assault Included
counter possible VC exfiltration hours without incident, the boat waterborne and helicopter land
attempts. The guided missile encountered heavy fire yesterday! ings in 'tWo zones seven to nine
destroyer USS Robinson remained noon from both banks of the Dinh miles inland from the site of
off the coast to provide Ba River, about one mile inland:! the initial landings early Sat-
gunfire support.At from Can Gio on the Long Thanh
5 p.m. yesterday, a Viet Peninsula.
WEATHER MOSAIC. This Is a picture of the Eastern United/ Cong mine exploded on a road "Everyone in the crew respon-
States and Canada as It looked to the ESSA II/ Satellite on between Can Glo and Dong Hoa ded instantaneously with extre- urday.NANUI I
March 28. Fleet Weather Facility at HAS Jax receives three and invllcted light casualties on mely commendable spirit and
such photographs each day to aid In forcastlng local weather. a Marine company patrol every man was immediately" at
sweeping the area. his station returning fire. Lieutenant -
while white MOTORCYCLES
the Indicate clear skies
The dark areas on photo ,
In other ground action Marine Thorell added that, "We
areas show clouds, log, Ice or snow. engineers detonated explosives were in a position where we ALL MODELS
i (booby traps, one hand grenadeand had no, room to maneuver., Fire
NATTC : an undisclosed amount of 50- was coming from less than ,50- NOTHING DOWN
calibre ammunition) near the vil- yards away when we were first,
lage of Tihanh Thoi. Two hit." W, Oivii Merchants Or..n Stamp
Behind: The Scene .-companies of Marines, received The1. Viet 'Cong'' first hurleda Open Dolly o.m..7'p.m.
heavy fire at midnight'last night grenade, then quickly openedup Wed &
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from a VC'' unit estimated, at with 30 and 50 calibre machine Sat p.m.
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returned, results were undeter- tions. Friendly casualties were
'\ larry Spratlin, a member of The recipient, of scouting, mined.At light. OTORS & CYCLES
Boy Scout Troop131, was awarded most prominent religious cita- 1 a.m. this morning agrenade Lieutenant Thorell had special
the God and Country Awardin tion is a Life scout and son of was thrown into a praise for Engineman 'Second 4949 Blanding Blvd.
ceremonies held Sunday, Mr. and:! Mrs. Frank H. Spratlin company defense perimeter, Class Alton R. Gunter, of Ala- PH 771-8244
March 27 at the St. John's USN (ret.) 5118 Banshee inflicting light casualties. Heli- baster, Ala., acting as a one-
Baptist Church. Avenue. copters evacuated the wounded.:! I
Total casualties so far during,
Making the presentation were the engagement have been dis- Prit:
Lt. Jack Hudson, institutional BUY cribed as light. Viet Cong BIG CHIEFTIRE PartonRot.
Representative for 'Troop 131 casualties have not been .
and John B. Frlcke,MAS, USN determined. ,Search and clear CO. CP0
TRA FAGS Scoutmaster. SAYINGS operations ,continued throughoutthe
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I VA36Cecil Field's Contribution To Viet Nam War ,I IOn


Sept. 26, 1965, the Attack dress rehearsal for the real operation the world's largest warship and
Squadron Thirty "Roadrun- to come. Now combat only nuclear powered aircraft
ners" departed Jacksonville to ready. Enterprise and VA 36 carrier entered combat on Fo, 4 '4' 8
become the first Cecil Field departed the Virgin Islands on "Dixie" station in the South '-, .,
based Squadron earmarked for Nov. 2, for the long journey China Sea. VA 36 pilots had
combat duty In the Viet Nam Area. around the tIp of Africa,through their "Baptism of Fire"on ,: ..;: ,'"
Commanded by Cdr. JohnE. the Indian Ocean and into the that historic day as Cdr.
Marshall, the "Roadrunners"had South China Sea. Marshall led the., first combat
previously been a part of Air Flight Operations were con- sortie ever flown by the Rp d-.
Wing Three and had just returnedin ducted enroute In order to maintain runners.
July from eight months in the a, high degree of pilot The next 44 days found Enter-
Mediterranean aboard the May- proficiency and keep the Squad- prise and VA 36 "on the
port based carrier,USS Saratoga.VA ron's A4C "Skyhawks" in perfect line" making many contributions -
36 Joined the Pacific condition. The entire in the struggle against com-
Fleet's Air Wing Nine aboard Squadron was kept busy duringthe munist aggression. The "Road
USS Enterprise at Norfolk, Va., switch to the Pacific Fleeton runners" launched 725 sorties
and commenced a month of rigorous tasks which varies from routine against Viet Cong strongholdsin
combat training exercises off paperwork to repaintingthe the Mekong Delta and selected
the Atlantic Coast. aircraft with Air Wing Nine targets in North Viet Nam,
The puclear powered Enter- markings. All pilots attended logging over 1500 flights hours '
prise departed Norfolk on Oct.26, daily detailed Intelligence BriefIngs and delivering, over one million ,
for the Caribbean and ultimately, concerning the many and pounds of ordnance onenemy tar-
I the Southeast Asian Theater. varied aspects of the Operationsin gets.It.
An Operational Readiness Inspection Viet Nam. is Interesting to note ,
,was conducted near Roosevelt On December 2, 1965, historywas that VA 36 set a record for I+i of 4 pwi J'po'u'
Roads, Puerto Rico as a made when USS Enterprise Cecil Field squadrons when they
-" .,,..-.- I flew 1059 combat hours in
I December last year' It, was
also during this period that the

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mark was surpassed. These
records are but an indicationof

-r"" TM rG the tremendous effort put forth FOUR A4s fly In formation over USS Enterprise somewhere off
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the of Viet Ham.
first ocast
establish and maintain a
class readiness condition. :The
I Roadrunners have also totaled target Was not without cost, their efforts are helping the
more than 5400 accident free however, as the squadron suffered free world's struggle against
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''i1L'- Carrier Landings. Their six- its first combat loss communism. They are proudto
teen assigned pilots arrived in when one Roadrunner failed to have been the first to be
1' i ir Viet Nam totally lacking combat return. Other commendations called and will return to Jacksonville -
lip i ii experience, but today are experienced and their families con-
p. veterans, able to hold have been received for highly fident that they have done their
their own with any of the combat- effective support of ground part as American fighting men.
wise professionals of the Seventh Forces as well as me devastation
Fleet. of known Viet Cong strongholdsin
One of the most notable of the Mekong Delta area and
Attack Squadron Thirty Six throughout South Viet Nam.
contributions to this war effort
was the Squadron's participationin For the officers and men of
the successful strike upon :Attack Squadron Thrity Six
i heavily defended Uong Bi Power the 24 hour a day job of flying
Plant which serves the North and keeping them flying has pro-
Vietnamese seaport of Haiphpng.{ ven to be a rewarding experienceby TVRENTALS
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following news Items have search and clear operation yes- man gang astern. .
Just been received from Saigon, terday on the Lon Thanh Penin- "He manned the after fifty
RVN., where the Navy Marine sula, 30 miles southeast of and laid down a barrage He
Corps team has been pitted Saigon. Five VC were killedon then proceeded to blast VC fortifications i
against hard core Viet Cong Saturday night by specially with 80 mm mortar fire,
troops in a search and destroy trained U. S. Navy and Marine which effectively stopped their
44 4! p maneuver'reamed Operation Jack ambush teams in positions along firing on us," the boat captain
Stay. the Song Dong Tranh River.These explained. "
:: I WITH THE SEVENTH FLEET, specially trained teams had been A reaction force included
(1I; 'r. March 27 this operation in the pre positioned to intercept VC another U. S. Navy Swift patrol
1/ ',. .t II Long Thanh Peninsula area is fleeing the landing area.A boat, the U. S. Coast Guard t
the southernmost large scale U. S. Navy Swift Patrol cutter Point Grace and two arm-
employment of U. S. Forces in boat took light casualties short ed U. S. Army UH1B helicoptersfrom
1'R Vietnam. Landing from shipsof ly after noon yesterday when it the Seventh Fleet dock landing
# the Seventh Fleet ready am- engaged three entrenched 30 ship USS Belle Grove.
.+ t Fr phibious group the first elementsof and 50 calibre VC positions on the The helicopters blasted the
Li the 1st Battalion, 5thMarines, North and South Dinh Ba River ambush area with rockets and
encountered no opposition but about a mile Inland from Can machine gun fire. Aboard the
e' were met with signs warning, Gio. Enemy losses are unknown. Belle Grove, command ship for
"Do not follow the U. S. Army Two U. S. Army UH1B helicopters coastal surveillance. force units,
The booby traps are used to kill supported the swift and Lieutenant The rill later discussed -
the Americans"Soldiers who the destroyer USS ROBINSON the engagement with Vice
kill U. S. Army love their fired 102 five inch rounds on Admiral Hohn J. Hyland, COM-
country." reported VC positions. SEVENTHFLT who was inspect-
With the combined backing of Vice Admiral John J. Hyland ing Operation Jack Stay units.
Navy air support as well as Commander U. S. Seventh Fleet,
:L U. S. and Vietnamese Navy inspected the amphibious ready
y ; air support, as well as U. S. group units ashore and afloat. SAIGON, RVN, March 28 -
V _ Y. 'Y t and Vietnamese Navy coastal and Among documents seized from Following "air strikes by U. S.
river patrol the Marines pen- the VC was one which berated Air Force B52s in the Xam
r ;) etrated inland across the pen- local units for late submissionof Rach Rao area today, Marinesof i
insula located 30 miles south- periodic reports. the Seventh Fleet Am-

__- .;;_ ..' % east of Saigon. A1H Skyraiders, A4 Skyhawkand phibious Ready Group stormed
A ,S_ Navy A 4 aircraft from F 8 Crusaders from the ashore in the second assault
rfl YTS the carrier USS Hancock carrier USS Hancock have flowna landing of Operation Jack Stay.
directed by Marine forward air total of 106 sorties in supportof The landing was made on the
; controllers, flew strikes in the the Marines ashore. Results East bank of the Soirap River
operation area and observed one were not reported. about 18 miles southsouth-
__ secondary explosion.At SAIGON RVN, March 28 east of Saigon, in the Rung Sat
8 p.m. yesterday a Navy "If it hadn't been for the instant special zone.Operation.
swift boat detected an evading response of every man, Jack Stay is the first
junk in the Soirap River. When the boat and crew would have been penetration in force of this zone,
taken under fire the junk was lost on the spot" said LTJG from which Viet Cong units have j
beached and the occupants fled. James C. Thorell, of Stuttgart, launched severalattacksoneomr r
There were no friendly casual- Ark., the officer in charge mercial shipping in the past
: utl+l ties and VC' casualties wereunknown. of a U. S. ,Navy ,Swift Patrol month. ..
: boat supporting Operation Jack ." vThe Long vRlverKmaln ;
.Rive;?, patrols continued: ,sur- ,Stay After patrolling the water, .shipping channel.rf; Saigon; is,
r veillance on waterways surrounding around the Rung Sat "
Ir.,9RU.We ways special 'also ''In .-the RungSat special
the' landing zones to zone southeast of Saigon for:24. zone., Today's' assault Included
+ counter possible VC exfiltratlon hours without 'incident, the boat waterborne and helicopter landings -
attempts. The guided missile encountered heavy fire yesterdaynoon In 'two zones seven to nine
destroyer USS Robinson remained from both banks of the Dinh miles Inland from the site of
off the coast to provide Ba River, about one mile inland the initial. landings early Sat-
gunfire support.. from Car' Gio on the Long Thanh urday.
At 5 p.m. yesterday, a Viet Peninsula.
WEATHER MOSAIC. .This Is a picture of the Eastern United Cong mine exploded on a road "Everyone in the crew respon-
States and Canada as It looked to the ESSA II Satellite on between Can Gio and Dong Hoa ded instantaneously with extremely I
March 28. Fleet Weather Facility at WAS Jax receives three and invlicted light casualties on commendable spirit and HONDA
such photographs each day to aid In hrcastlng local weather. a Marine company patrol every man was immediately at i
sweeping the area. his station returning fire. Lieutenant -
while white MOTORCYCLESALL
Indicate clear skies
The dark areas on the photo
In other ground action,Marine Thorell added that, "We
areas show clouds, tog, Ice or snow. engineers detonated explosives were in' a position where we MODELS
(booby traps, one,hand grenadeand had no, room to maneuver., Fire
NATTC : an undisclosed amount of 50- was coming from less than ''50- NOTHING, DOWN
calibre ammunition).near the village yards away when we were first
of Tihanh Thol. Two hit. W. Glv, U.rch.nt. Or.*n Stamp
Behind,, TheScene companies of Marines, received The' Viet 'Cong' first hurleda Open Dally a.m...7'p.m.-
heavy fire at midnight last night, grenade, then:quickly opened Wed 4 8'o.m.-6
,, from a VC' unit estimated at up with 30 and 50 calibre machine Sat. -p.m.
6 Squad size. Although fire was guns from three intrenched posi- Closed Sundays
returned, results were undeter- tions. Friendly casualties were
.a>tHarry: Spratlin, a member of The recipient of scouting, mined.At light. OTORS & CYCLES
Boy Scout Troop 131, was awarded most prominent religious cita- ,1 a.m. this morning a Lieutenant Thorell had special
-the God and Country Awardin tion is a Life scout and son of grenade was thrown into a praise for Engineman Second 4949 Blanding Blvd.
ceremonies held Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Sprat- company defense perimeter, Class Alton R. Gunter, of Alabaster PH 771-8244
March 27 at the St. John's lin, USN (ret.) 5118 Banshee inflicting light casualties. Helicopters Ala., acting as a one-
Baptist Church. Avenue. evacuated the wounded. -
eavr a Total casualties solar during,
Making the presentation were the engagement, have been dis- Brit:
Lt. Jack Hudson, institutional BUYSAY1NGSI cribed as light.. Viet Cong BIO CHIEF Pon.oeR.t.
Representative' for Troop 131 casualties have not. been .
and John B. Fricke, MA3, USN determined., Search and clear TIRE CO. Ol CiaO
TRA FAGS Scoutmaster. 'operations continued ,throughoutthe Owar
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15 q Long Thanh'Peninsula.
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Civil Service Promotions

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-- NAME TO

OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT
1 M : Control Specialist, GS 9.
I Touchton, John R. A/C Quality
Joura, Ralph K. -'A/C Quality Control Specialist, GS'- 9
Clyde C. jr. A/C Quality Control Specialist GS 9
Wilson y' Harold N. ACQuality Control Specialist GS 9
Brandon' Robert M. A/C Quality Control Specialist GS 9
Murphy,' James E. A/C Quality Control Specialist GS 9
LaGasse Arthur J. Production Dispatcher
French, William M. Production Dispatcher
Cordero, Oscar W. Production Dispatcher
-J\ Glasner Glen A. Electronics Engineer (General) GS -.9
Dearen, Royal G. Supvy. A/C Quality Control Specialist, GS11
.. Wheat, Ralph H. Chemist, GS 11 '
Wynn, Cullen W. Planner & Estimator (Aircraft Metalsmith)
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r Gamble, Israel Industrial Tractor Operator
Summer, Paul A. A/C Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
,'''JI Edwards, Everett F.,Jr. A/C Instrument Mechanic ( Electronics)
CDR. S. 'S. PULFORD ACTING EXECUTIVE OFFICER, HAS Cecil, presents the Beneficial Smith, Henry Industrial Tractor Operator
Suggestion Plaque to Mr. J. Frank Nettles, supervisor of the Maintenance Control Shop, as Finney, Thomas C. Machinist
Cdr. J. M. Bannister, public works officer looks on. The shop received the plaque for the units Anderson, Norman O. Industrial Engineer, GS 11
Broadway, William H.-Student Trainee(Industrial EngineeringGS.5)
employee to the beneficial suggestion
response
program.
Shettel, Edward G. Leadingman Toolmaker
Sadowski, Walter A. Production Controller (A/Q, GS 5
i Cecil Field's MCD Wins Benny Suggs Plaque Markle, Jack W. Asst. Planner & Estimator (Aircraft Metalsmith)
Sullivan, Synix E. Asst. Planner &Estimator(Aircraft Metalsmith)
f The Beniftclal Suggestion visions participation rate was were also awarded to the following Touchton, Mildred W. Clerk Typist GS 3
Plaque was presented to the 62.5 percent and their adoptionrate supervisors whose units
Maintenance Control Division of was 50 percent. Were among the ,top five In the PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, '
Public Works last week as.the Beneficial Suggestion Program, Garcia, John'- Power Plant Controlman' .
leading unit participating in the FactorS considered to deter- covering the six month period: Yordan, Dorothy K. Clerk GS 3 ,;r.
suggestions awards program, over -. mine the unit having the .best Capt. C. J. Brown, Medical Department Johnson, Davis Truck Driver !? ,
a six month period.Six record are participation rate, ; Mr. Wallace L. La- Wright, Richard L. Truck Driver y..'
.- men in the division submitted adoption rate, dollar value of ney, electrical trades branch; :'
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were adopted, and it estimated contributions: on mission per- Ing trades branch both of the Miner, Betty C. Clerk Typist, GS 4 (
that the suggestions will save formance. Public Works Department; and McCorkle Richard M. Supply Clerk GS 4' .
,/ the government $li:>:53': a year.. Mr. John E. Slmms, fuel divI- Brown, ,Charles A. Supply Clerk GS 4 .
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I 'IfYaAskUs \ "1P1r NARTU News' & Views


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1966.- The Golden Anniversary son Petty Officer for NARTU,
There have been lot of Robert Tetzloff VA -. 172, .: \ H.Y = of the Naval Air Reserve and coordinates the cadets' meetingsand (
from a reports "I do not believe there are ( r 't the Platinum Anniversary of instructs the boys in mili-
lately all
U.' S. ,about over the such things as flying,saucers !i. ., 'iJ NARTU Jax. tary traditions and the various .
sighting unidentified --
flying objects. The "If Ya Ask from .others I.'.\.1''. (1./ "J. In 1916 legislation was subjects required for the air-
planets. These passed which created the Naval man rate.
Us" (
asked the /HI
I reporter NAS personnel objects could jO. f Reserve Flying Corps which later Assigned to theNARTU Frank-
at Cecil
"What
they be caused by ; became the Naval Air Reserve.By lin D. Roosevelt Sea Cadet Squadron ,
would where do do if they saw one, and light reflect- the time of the Korean Con- In October 1964, he has f
coming from they?" think they are ions or non- 1 i flict this program had grown to been an outstanding example "
schedulesflights. + h such an extent that they accountedfor for the young boys and has,given
Lt. J. V. Bryan, USN; Secur- If I one third of the air strikes his best efforts to the program.
ity Officer "The experts on saw one I TETZLOFFwould 1 against the communists. The, local Sea Cadet SquadronIs I
I the case do not not say much about It and NARTU Sax was commissioned composed of boys rangingfrom t
know what they would not think much of it. June 29, 1946 at Cecil '14 to 17 years of age. The
are. I think If by chance.these things are real, Field and moved to its present basic purpose of the programis
that it may be I would say they came from location a few' months later. to give recognition and set .
weather phenomena planet Mars." F NARTU is presently the training standards of performance for :t.
sinceit Herschel Dais AA VFP- !. yrI ground for 14 selected young men interested In learning -
seems to 62 "I do not believe there, I : \ : 1i reserve squadrons and units. the traditions and customsof
happen every __ are such things ,, the Naval Service and todeve-
spring of the as flying ,.) .. .......... lope In them those qualities which
year. BRYAN saucers. What e make for good citizenship.

the people are Leslie G.. Huff, TD1, has been ..........
seeing are awarded a letter of commendations -
H. "If I saw one I would pick probably shoot- ... i 4i from the Commanding Of- The Blue Angels, the Navy's
up the phone and call the near- Ing stars or .; ficer'' of NARTU Jax for his Flight: Demonstration Team, will
est Air Force base. They are aIrplanes. I outstanding work with' the Navy appear April 3 at Sarasota, Fla.NARTU '.
the ones in charge of investigating saw one land I DAVIS League Sea Cadets hosted by Jax has been appointed
such matters. It' there would go take a look at It and NARTU. as the local coordinatorfor
are such things, they are probably report it to the Air Force. I Huff who. acts as the Liai the performance. .;- .
from a planet with the same would not have any ideawhereit REEL PRETTY Anne Kent ,.,
capability as ours." came from:" enjoys/ one of her favorite
sports, surf fishing.
Mike Owens AE2; VA-86, "I I \., 0(
think that there is some truth in
it. Back home Mustang'MOBILE

lot there of were people a I New Books at Library I Iby !

who had sighted HOMES i ix
unidentified Sharon Arnold, LibrarianTHE
flying objects. a PRESENTSExcellent
"If I saw one I II LIFE OF DYLAN THOMAS SNAKE WATER by Alan Wil
could not do by Constantine Fitzgibbon. A liams. Adventure novel pf( a
-much but reOWENS full scale documented bio- young American who runs away
port it. People would think'you graphy, recreating the turbulent from the past to a seedy portin
were crazy."I and tragic life of the famous South America and falls in
Welsh poet. The book portrays with 'a bizarre ;trio a sadistic t.irti
do not think they are from the early.years of the frail Swan- South African, an insane German I rj,. '
the planet earth.. I think it is sea boy pictures his roaring captain, and a beautiful
some alien force that is waIt- Welsh friends, his early loves, footloose Englishwoman.. Their
ing for us to. catch up with reveals the sources and meti-. goal .becomes a fortune intdiamon4s -: Buys'On Used Caches
them or blow ourselves up ina culous workmanship .of his n' riddlies 111'the depths ..< Bank Ret FMaNcIig.N. .
big war." poems. An engrossing account :'a,,of':shake-? ,wilderness! '*' +
of the careen of a magnetic 7 M <<" 3312 .PHILIPS'HIGHWA Y

Robert Zielfelder AA:VA-72, poetic personality. '
"I think that It Is something that 'PHONE 398-3460
the 'AIr Force CHILDREN OF ALLAH by CONSUMERS ALL the yearbookof
puts out that we Agnes Newton Keith. The author agriculture, 1965. This bookis
/do not know tells of her experiences in Libya on the Recommended Reading .
anything about where she and her husband. a List for Officers. The book includes Miitiqr %
and that is top forestry expert with the UN,lived facts on buying, renting,
secret. il.ft' for nine years. With her special remodeling a house, budgets, insurance ., i
"If I saw one 1 talent for friendship and Under- credit, buying house-' MOBILE 'HOMES INS
I would prob- B standing, Mrs. Keith entered hold equipment, food, etc.. ,
ably report It, ZIELFELDER fully into the life of the peopleof f
but would not go around scream- Libya, and her account .
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ing invasion I If it came from portrays a proud Islamic people W..
another planet I think it would struggling for a modern life in ,. ." :,
be from Venus. It is the clos- a backward land where "real <,"JI.:.,1
est and has about the same atmosphere ity exceeds fiction in drama,
as ours." beauty and fascination." The, SWD
book is illustrated with Mrs.

Lawerence Anderson, AK3, Keith's drawings. ...*.b.f or* you buy
Supply "I guess there has to .
be something to it since there ha THE LAST HUNDRED DAYS by
been a lot John Toland. The last days of
; of reports of World War II In Europe are SEE
them. But I recreated In a wide ranging
don't believe account of activities on all the
there is sucha fronts soldiers and commanders -
thing, they partisan fightersand
could be mete- civilians, strategic con-
orites. If I Saw ferences at the highest level of #
one and I was ANDERSON leadership, and liberating armies
not drunk, I would call the Air advancing into defeated German.A '
Force and report it. I don't vivid and authoritative picture, '
think they are from another drawn from many Interviewsand '
extensive research., .
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the center of the.runways. This mass of wires, switches, and/ master control panel Inside the RATCC room, located in the __ RSH, repair a base radio receiver. This Is a small portion of the high" frequency transmitter Inside/ t the remot_ high frequency ,
f buttons, perform/ four things; air search, precision (function for operations building. t' :' the vast electrical equipment located Inside the remote receiver transmItter/ building. This long rang equipment' used to
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aio the GEMD UHF and VHF transmitter : -

t The! airspace above Cecil Some of these signals are ironies Maintenance Division four of antennas, and other pieces of equip. 'sites"' are all efficiency, getting either excel-
Field, often swarming with jets radar beams and others are radio (GEMD) of the Air Operations Control ?, over the station, from the golf lent or outstanding on their administrative '. II
[is further crowded with counties sj. .waves, but all of them are necessary Department.GEMD Branch ( ), course to locations far beyond d dthe materials Inspect- B01UUJ .H S
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i j. electronic waves, tI the invisible] to make NAS Cecil operate must maintain about two cations H. W. Sawyer, and his assistant runways. Beneath it all ions. This of course is a : ___ t'M" "a :. _____
i signals that carry information as a master jet base, and! and! one -. half million dollars Nay CWO? 4 R. G. For- is network, of cables and wires reflection to the. personnel c ,' S 5
between the st'ation., ships, aircraft -, most of them would disappear if worth of electronic equipment and ster. Mr. Forster is to be relived that total ,about twenty five assigned to the division and ;'1n; ,tA ,
and other bases. it weren't for the Ground Electv located widely-scattered sites The ( ) soon by CWO 4 G. E. Hill. miles In length. the'leadership of the menholdingin ,
around the station, including tI Four chiefs are the division's' GEMD's' electronic gear is supervisor positions.
I Whitehouse field. mobile : supervisors. Chief Harold Gor- generally located off the beaten Recently the division had one ,
.', !'- Most of this gear is baffingly.. around (C>! don is the leading Chief Petty track, .and therefore the of it's' men selected to the I
,'.! : complex, and! being so, requires consoles ) Officer, Chief Tom Dawsonheadsthe division's work is not alwaysout Navy's' NESEP' Program; an- IJ J
special care, Most of GEMD's' trol ( Communications Maintenance. 1 in! the public view. However, other re enlisted d under the I
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'j'B elng : ''It air conditionedl'not* \ t f for r fhe ,comfort .- on the Nav -. Aid Maintenance Branch, on the station, chances are excellent They;l are always I.
t ., .: L JJ yo ,J\ of the technicians, ', but to The ( and Chief, Carl Williams the that a GEMD Instrument among' the11:'leaders,in the station '\
c 1 'W" keep the temperature and d ?''lvfr handle ) } RATCC. Malnterian e .Branch or.cable"will: be within. shouting.. advancements,, .irtheraccothp' -: ,
f Lj ; transferred ? nment at the, level 'at t which and If' the electronic realm over distance. lishments'wer': ;' .$," reached 'last ;
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_i St. Augustine Hosts 9th Annual Easter Week I 'Bits & Pieces' I

The city of St. Augustine will APRIL 10. EASTER SUNDAY School Band Concert Band Shell
} open its gates for the Ninth An- 6:10 a.m. Sunrise Services Leonard Westberry (Director) For WomenBy
nual Easter Week Festival beginning Ministerial Alliance Top of
11- MONDAY
April 10 to April 17. Castillo de San Marcos APRIL
The highlight of the week is the 10:00: a.m. High MassCatholic 10:00: a.m. Athletic and fashion Marge Beauchamp
: Easter Sunday "Parada de los 11:00 a.m. Protestant Services events for children and teen- those reveal-
i Caballos y Cto es." The weeks 12:00 Noon Special DinnersAll agers Chamber of Com- "What's New?" is a standard line to accomodate
activities will also include Restaurants merce Recreation Dept. in the fashion world Ing necklines.
j il, solemn religious ceremonies, 1:15 pjn. Fashion Show Band:! 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Min- thesanswer to "What's New?" Manafactures Stockings are are in lengthening the news.

I. events for children and a color- Shell Junior Service and ocran Day Celebration His changes daily. 38 inches and shortening
ful pageant. The parade will Sib Junior Service Leagues torical Society Library Gar- The newest thing Tve heard nylons reinforced to stocking from 4
: feature bands floats and Street recently is "Disposable the
t walking 3:00 p.m. Parada de los Cab- dens Charlotte about 1/2 inches. Some
units. allos y Coches Fred Schil- 8:00 p.m. One Act Play, Dresses." A leading paper com inches to 1
reinforcement
the -
I The schedule of events is ling WFOY (M. C.) Band ShellSt.. Augustine Lit- pany is making these throw-away have eliminated
J as follows: 5:00: 'p.m. St. Augustine Hitch tle Theatre paper dresses available throughout altogether.
=. .J. i. ; t' APRIL 12 TUESDAY the U. S. this week. Every item of today's lingerie
They are made of flexible trip- emphasizes the fact that you area
.., 10:00 a.m. to 4:30:: p.m. Art adorned with
woman. They are
ply, fire resistant paper reinforced -
'- Show White Elephant Sale
with scrim. The ruffles, bows and lace. So In
., and Flea Mart Gallery and rayon
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line planning
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Gardens St. Augustine, Art dress Is a straight
i.2)11 L. Assoc. featuring pockets on each side. new spring wardrobe, Insure that
J II'W 3:30 Movies at Chamber They come in four sizes and thereis you include enough money to
r... of Commerce p.m. a choice in design, a gay cover you from the skin out.

tr 8:30 p.m. Historical Pageant bandana print, ,or for the real SOCIAL BITS
including Royal Family and swingers, a wayout op art pat-

.Entire Entourage, Lightner tern. JOWL
Museum I understand the dress will
I APRIL 13 WEDNESDAY last through four or five wear- The Naval Air Station will host
_- ings depending on weather and the Jacksonville Officers Wives
10:00 a.m. to 4:30, pm.: : Art
-. Show White Elephant, Sale other marring factors. It 'will Club luncheon April 6 at the
w and Flea Mart,.Gallery and cost in the neighborhood of $1. Officers Club. The social hour
Gardens St. Augustine Art From my point of view, it will begin at 11:30 a.m. with
Assoc. has marvelous possibilities. For lunch at 12:30.
2:00 Guided Tour of Re- example, there will be no costly Mrs. J. R. Mackroth Is senior
constructed p.m. Area and City alterations. A quick snip of hostess for the event with Mrs.
Gates Mrs. Acebal and Lou- the scissors and the hem is Thomas Washington, Jr. Co ,-,
is Arana shortened or the neckline Is low- hostess.
3:30 p.m. Movies Chamber ered. Laundry and cleaning expenses The program will includean
__ of Commerce would disappear,the only Easter Hat Parade sponsoredby
+ 7:30 p.m. St. Joseph's Academy thing required would, be a good Ivy's with Navy Wives, mod-
A, 'Chorus Band Shell Sister eraser. Mending materials would eling. The models include: Mrs.R. .
t Mary George (Director) consist of a roll of Scotch D.. Nauman, Mrs. William
1 APRIL 14 THURSDAY Tape. But the biggest advantageI Wooden, Mrs. P. L. Eckerson,
k' can see is the ,thrill of buyinga Mrs. R. T. Dilden, Mrs. H. W.
A 4 12:00 Noon Spanish Luncheon new dress every few days. Asvill and Mrs. J. W. Gardner.
Spanish Treasury LINGERIEAoother Reservations chairman Is Mrs.
2:00 p.m. Guided Tour of Reconstructed Roland
Faulk at 'ext. 8230.
area that is making'
Area and City members
Associate
make
Gates Mrs. M. Barrett fashion headlines is lingerie. may
reservations through Mrs. M.M.
4:00 p.m. Ketterlinus Jr, High With today's wardrobes) Including Weisman 264 6248.MARINE .
'
School Band Concert ;Band fashions varying from the tunicto '

Shell -D, Robinson (Director) the tent, last year's under- / WIVES
7:30 p-mV Florida/kMemorial things are definately obsolete. .
I'' ,... ;; 'CollegeiChoiri. '- hand\ Shell Women have always had the The Marine Wives lb'of
:'< -- Huenink (Director). problem of keeping lingerie out Jacksonville'-will! : begin a new year
:; APRIL IS, FRIDAY of sight, but with the introductionof of activities with their next business -

SONNY BOY, 'a regular participant In 'St. Augustine's annual 10:00 am.: to 2:00 p.m.Time plunging armholes cut outs meeting April 4. They invite -
'. Easier Sunday 'Parada de los Cabal la 3 y Caches tries/ on to.'relax in our famous Plaza, and open mid_ruffs, the problem all enlisted Marine Wives,
the jaunty bonnet he will model in this year's parade: or for meandering through our is magnified.Bras to join them for this meeting.
picturesque and narrow in the past were used Last year this club sold cook

Why just shop for HOUSE when streets, or for visiting the primarily for support, but today books and bottles of perfumeto
a you can have a many fine St. Auguatine attractions they have become slim bands in help finance a Ward Party
flimsey nude colored fabrics at the Naval Hospital. They also

FamilyTailoredHome 2:00 p.m. Guided Tour of Re- with halter staps for bareback recently purchased a utility cart
'J constructed Area and City dresses and low sides for bib for Hope Haven Hospital.For .

Gates Mrs. M. Barrett tops.
3:30 p.m. Movies Chamber Since the bare spots change information concerning
of Commerce from dress to dress, it is nec-' club's activities, contact the
4:00 p.m. Murray High School essary that bras show a certain Club's Vice President and
Band Concert Band Shell amount of flexibility so they, Membership Chairman,Lorraine
R.E. Braden (Director) now come with comfortable Furuseth, at 2642948.

u 7:30 p.m. Three-piece combo straps that crisscross every Please forward all club and
on performance. Flamenco Dancing which away to accomodate the social news to 'Jax Air News, '
attire choosen for the .
exhibition Band Shell occasion.For Box 2, U.S. Naval Air Station,
APRIL 16. SATURDAY some time now, panties Jacksonville, ATTN
: Marge
Morning Stroll along the Es- have been the briefest of bikinis,
Pro',..',.,' PI.n.IAJ NMOS t11., uzs 10. s Beauchamp.
,."ch, *, .ft. fe' .. ..fl/Af ,..'....,It".q..r.,.,...;; 10/7 ju- planado, or sit in one of the but petticoats have joined the
S'cI...' Il.l.r r..., e..try".. "/'cll.I1" many sea wall benches for a plunge. They now begin at the
room, ,With/ h ,.,(>, .. "? "..,,'I... /.. 10 CHHp wonderful view of Matanzas hip and continue for a mere Women Marines were established -
,... .. I
Wef. .Jry roo. to f 4 llg '.flroe. fl N T/JW
.c"'l1" .,.,.....yl., ,Wt,.. Bay, the renowned Castillo de 16 inches. (Yesterday's petti- in 1942 as part of the
1 San Marcos, and the several coats were 24 Inches long.) Marine Corps Reserves. They
enchanted islands. Full slips now plunge to waist were given permanent military
: MART 2:00: p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Fla- status ii 1948.

,' homes menco 'dancing and guitar exhibition -
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--- c. Hispanic Garden,
St. George Street '
i Rtllstir For Oar Grud Pili.. 9:00: p.m. Policeman's Ball : -1'1'LETS 1't

A1966FORDMUSTAH6IOVEN -17 J General Mark Lance Armory
A APRIL 17.SUNDAY
WAY APRIL 10TW
Dedication of the Votive Church

': 7400103rd St. OF*" 10 ....-10 ,... Dear 771-2360 Eucharistic Congress.$1ODAY.

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GEt ACQUAINTED. .Last week the wives of Fighter
R1i\1'RRR1/ CARS of p Squadron 'Snd :; Two were hosted, to "Cef Waln.r break.
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fast by Mrs. H.. l.. Terry
\ 'wifeof/ ,. the ,9uoc/ron'j commanding
I I Jsclcsonvilla officer/ and Mrs. T. E.
CoHowoy, w7fe:of '
) h.e leading chief pet.
\ HENDRIClVJllllJlllil ty the officer. Held at the HAS Cec//// Chief Petty'Officer's{ Club,

i lOt! ,398 5 l4 6I' cial event events wo.such of this a success, It Is anticipated tJlat:fate so-
ture. type will be held for the ladies (in the l"4 qr


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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 11
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MOVIES : : ,> ., (lib Schedules

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Movies at the NAS Jax Theatre "0" CLUB- Music this ,Friday Wqr sj:
will be shown regularly at 6 and will be provided by Charlie ACEY DUCEY CLUBOn Friday -
8:15 p.m. Monday through King with Johnny the Claudette Music Combo tii ti{{{ {>>S'xvi{> ri {v5tifr\t:
Jelinekappear will provide the dance music
Saturday. In addition to the ing
on
Saturday for
night
your with Carl Boyd
evening shows there will appearing on
two entertainment. Tuesday is for- Saturday. Performing Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
on Sunday
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on dish
eign night featuring 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville Florida,
and gour- will be Johnny Arnold. Game 32207. to arrive
Saturday Sundays holidays.The met tracts from many lands. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
night is
Hospital Theatre will have Wednesday is fried chicken night every Sunday and day., Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. for the whole family. All the Tuesday. following week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise -
Cecil Field will have two shows chicken you can eat for $1.50. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad "must
during the week at 5:30 ,and 8p.m. Thursday is beef-eaters night. be received WITH the copy, for the ad.
Matinees will be shownon .BLUEJACKETS
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. will INNPhil Cay 00 NOT SEND CASH
CPO CLUBMark Castle will and Jimmy perform Strickland this Tuesday night Fri RATE: Minimum charge; ((3 lints). . . ... . .$2.00
Thursday, March, 31 have the spotlight at the Chief's day.' The Gemini 5 and on March P.r additional line ((4 word per line}, ..,'.0.50
Club this Friday night. Satur- Wilson will share the spotlight
NAS The Young Lovers day the music will be provided for Sunday at the Club. The
Peter Fonda Sharon Hugueny by Bud Clark and the Star Dus- Gemini 5 again on Monday and SINGERS FOR $15 POODLE CLIPPING: Profes-
Hospital Secret Agent Fire- ters will appear Sunday. Teen- on,Tuesday Vessels Loose SEWING MACHINES left in stor- sional training by New York
ball Richard Harrison Alan age Dance on Sundays 3:00 to Ends will'perform. Game night age, good condition fully elec- School of Dog Grooming
CollinsC. 6:00. Is every Wednesday. tric, does everything complete 771 0215 Puppies and Stud
Field Girl Happy Elvis with attachments. Yours for Service.
Presley, Shelly Fabares storage charge.} Only $15 each.
Friday, April 7 Call warehouse 353 1946, willdeliver
no obligations. A 1 NEW HOMES CUSTOM BUILT
;
NAS Satan Bug George Ma- I Buy Savings Bonds I Sewing .chine'Compa y 4 BRs & 3 BRs Panel dens
haris, Richard Basehart w/fireplaces, central heat &A/C
Hospital Brigand Of Kan- TEMPORARY NAVY'4 ilrg wooded lots. Down pymts. y
dahar Ronald Lewis, Oliver HELP: $1200 thru $1900.VIRGINIA .
ReedC. AUTO' dependents, Stenos,>typists, key- E. BELL BKR.
Field Escape From Fort CHURCH OF CHRIST punch operators bookkeepers, 264 2488 356-2462
Bravo William Holden,Eleanor INSURANCE 5223 Wesconett Blvd. floral designers, temp. assign.As .
Parker 7at Near NAS you are available. TEMP-
Saturday, April 2 MILITARY Just Off Timu Bldg. 356 0753
$100 dwn. $50. mono ORANGE
NAS Beach Ball Ed Burns All Ranks and Ages SUNDAYS: PARK REALTY, 264 2411

Chris NoelHospital k Monthly Payment Plan 10:00 A. M. Bible Study FOR SALE: 1963..Cranbrook
The Young Lovers- 6479 ROOSEVEIT 11:00: A. M. Worship Trailer,' 3BR, elect.organ Call REAL, ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -
Peter Fonda, Sharon HuguenyC. h 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceLLjI1WjTWEDNESDAYS 388 3764 after '1630 Sat.. & advice. 7 days a.
Field Secret Agent Fireball ; Sun..all day. r 'week. Homes for sale, $100
Richard Harrison, Alan / : Down. Equities No Qualifying. -
Collins lcDOUGAU'S 7:30 P. M. Mid--Week Service Rentals. Homesite Lots
Sunday, April 3 > Church Phone SP 1.5075, RENT OR SELL AVAIL. Acreage Investments. WALTERT.
Minister Phone'SP 1-2646 IMMED. 4 BR, 2B, range &, .. BOWEN, Reg. Broker USN
NAS Get You A College Girl-: oven excel. value DUKE LOS-, R tlred.. .384 1376
Mary Ann Mobely, Chad Event TUMBO, BKR. 771 0374..
Hospital Satan Bug George '
HYpE PARK AREA 1414 Ron
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Maharis, Richard Basehart PRECISION FOR SALE:, 62 SIMCA, 4 Rd., F:urri,2 BR house,clean,elec.
C. Field Brigand Of Kan door, R & H, clean $350. phone Kit,, .water furn,, $75. mon. call
dahar .Ronald Lewis Oliver Block Boring Head Grinding 771 4901. ,389""-" 938.* .
Reed .' J ''I'I y ,

. .. Monday.. ., April. 4 Rod Rebuilding Valve GrindingCOMPLETE \
f. *
U'1 1 : M. .. I PENSACOLA HOUSE FORRENTVy.:FQXNTerUNFUI !.l2 BR
NAS Cincinatti Kid .-. Steve: with option to buy, 4jBR2'' ;; ':concrew: 'block. ]Jiouse,5}, 8 Bay-
McQueen, Edward G. Rcbbinson: ENGINE. REBUILDINGFORANYTYPECAR B. swim pool. '4 10tsi'CXJOV.-.....j Merest' Rdr. clean,.,."..;.ven",blinds,
Hospital .-- Beach' Ball Ed schools & .NAS Call ,owner elec, ,stove, circulating: oil
Burns'Outs'NoelC. 264 6884.BARGAIN heater, conv NAS 'Cecil,
call 389 4714. '
Field The' Young Lovers- MAJOR MINOR IUN> Uf'S
Peter Fonda, Sharon Hugueny
RACING FNGINFSCOflPlfIE 7912 Patou Dr., So,
Tuesday, April 5 Normandy'Village, No qualify 3941 1/2' BOONE"'PARKAVE. ;
NAS Big TNT Joan Baez, FRONT END i BRAKE SERVICE jag 3 BR, 2 Baths, A/C Heat, 4 :Rm. Garage Apt $60 mo.
Ray Charles 781 1686 E"73356; 'Key'ae 3939
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NAS Wednesday, April 6 EnterprisesFORD BEST SEAFOOD -CHICKEN ANYWHERE! i
Town Tamer Dana
Andrews, Terry Moore CONVENIENT DRIVE iN;SPACE )
Hospital Cincinatti Kid -
Steve McQueen, Edward G. '
Our
RobbisonC. f Try 1
Field Beach Ball Ed I
Burns, Chris Noel MERCURY BOAT / i
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YOUR INVITATION FRIED CHICKEN

Maiden Saturday's,- Michael Matinee Craig: Swingin Ann TO VISIT ONE OF.THE SOUTHEAST'S LARGEST Call Ahead BASKET; ((4 pcs)

Helm PLUS Monster and The MOST MODERN MlD COMPLETE FORD A MERCURY II 384-2386
Ape Chapter 3. DEALSKSHrPXCOYERlNG A CITY BLOCK French Fries

FEATURING PERSONAUZE&SALES a teRyite I Hush Puppies ,
WITH YOUR CONVENIENCE INMNt* '
Thomas M. Store, Pulitzer l 'C. Cole Slaw I
Prize winner: "A newspaper or
magazine is a commercial en- Ford Motorama Inc.Hy 1 I
terprise. It must show a profit ,
or die. But if it is onlya 1

reason business for, being., it loses", its main 17 Green Cove Springs, Fla. 4621 Sip pip Ave. i

Phone 2642443We

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Discount Wash & Wax Delco Batteries

17f 6RKN JCOVESPRHGS! > FUlb'rYW Lubrication Firestone Tires -.:

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x s f '.4 still not named who gill be sel-
ected by the board now is

JAX MARINES session.Q. .
Will Marines selected for
warrant officer also
temporary
GySgt Joel Ferguson
1 ,t, I remain in their current occupa-
l 4 ?rw F EAT.'' 400( tional fields?
A. Yes, as nearly as pos-

PROMOTION INFO sible.Q. .
Will new temporary officers
How will other enlisted pointment programs resulted in be assigned to MCS, Quanticofor
Marines be affected by the any increase in the number of Basic School or a short term
1A announced and planned appoint- selectees to be considered by equivalent of TBS?
ments to temporary officer rank this year's board to select A. Present Indications are that
of nearly 4,500 Staff NCOs? How Marines for promotion to E 8 the temporaryofficers will attend
does the Marine Corps planto and E 9 grades? (Note: The a 8 10 Week "Basic School
utilize Its new temporary board originally due to report out Type" training course some time
officers? Will they remain in the on March 18, 1966 now hasbeen during the next 13 months.Q. .
occupational fields they now dropped back to April 12, 1966. Does the Marine Corps
occupy, or be reassigned to other Promotion Board Spokesmen Indicate plan to assign temporary officers
OFs? ). to any courses designed to
Below is a series of questionsand A. There will be a slight increase their kowledge of
answers, asked of and increase in the number of such particular fields?
supplied last Friday by Headquarters selectees.Q. A. Highly improbable. Assuming -
NEW CAPTAIN Copf. Donald T. Winter, Aviation Detachment Marine Corps personnel What is the promotion that they will be
AdJutant// has the Insignia of his new rank pinned on by assignment planners, based on picture for other enlisted performing in their former(enlisted -
wife, Phillis, and LlCot./ John W. Sullivan, Detachment CO. the assumption that all Marinesare Marines, particularly those In the ) Occupational Field, and.
interested in what the future NCO and Staff NCO grades as
due the nature of
to
A veteran of six/ years Marine Corps service and a graduate of temporary
result of the
holds in the promotion field. a temporary the
Lebanqn Valley College, Annville, Pa., Copf. Winter/ reported ,appointment programs? program.
.' to his present duties after a two-year tour with the 2nd Anti Q. How will temporary appointments A. There will be a con- MARINE/ WIVES/
Tank Company at Camp Lejeune, N. C. to second lieutenantand siderable Increase In promotionsto Installation of the new officersfor
warrant fleer affect overall the Staff NCO grades.Q. the coming year was held at
promotions in the Marine Corps? Is there any truth to the the Blue Jacket's Inn, Naval
t 1IAGSES! I A. Promotions to lieutenantand "rumor" that the Marine Corps Air Station on Mondayevening;
warrant officer will greatly plans to shortly promote 10,000 March 28, 1966. The new officers
increase the number of vacanciesto Marines to SSgt.A. are: Betty Jean Bock-President;
I. be filled. Yes. (Note: Promotion Lorraine Fuerseth vice Presi-
Q. Will Marines temporarily Branch indicates that the date dent; Vivian Daniels-Secretary
appointed to commissioned rank of rank cutoff for consideration and Angle Kavanaugh Trea-
Go Rollin' Into RobertsFor remain In their current occupational for SSgt by the next Promotion surer.

fields? Board will be September 1965)Q. ) The out. going President,
Our Action Filled. A. Generally speaking, the In essence, is the tem- Jane Holt, was presented with an
Personnel Department hopes to porary appointment program a"type" engraved serving tray in recognition -
assign such officers to MOSs of LDO program without of her outstanding work with
that correspond to their present the Officer Personnel Act requirements her Board of Officers. All
Occupational Field. However, it that apply to the LDO Marine Wives are extended an
::: is not possible to make a positive program? invitation to join the Marine
.'.. statement to that effect at this A. No. Temporary officers Wives Club and may secure
::' time will be handled and assigned as information by calling 264 -
.L.;..''. Q. If the war in Vietnam regular unrestricted officers.Q. 6172.
( stopped tomorrow, next week, When is the current
or next year, what would happento board to select enlisted Marinesfor MORE MONEY
.
all the Marines who have temporary warrant ,officers
..... ... UBEDSALE' received and will receive tem- due out? More money for more Marine
:.'J) porary appointments A. On or about April 1, first termers desiring to enlist I
A. As originally announced, 1966. Change 2 to MCO 7220.24 disseminated -
x ;::{ 7965 CORVAIR MONZA. . . .$1895 the period of temporary serviceis Q. How does the Marine Corps to the field on March
:: Four on the floor factory warrenty, light yellow estimated as 3 4 years: plan on effecting appointments to 18 and effective as or March
::::3 with white trim.1965IMPALA &: This is, of course, dependentupon temporary second lieutenant and 15 expanded the Variable Re-
r: events in Southeast Asiaor warrant officer? In other words enlistment Bonus (VRB) pro-
S. 'S. ri
: COUPE.$2995
t other areas, and it is Intended when will these Marines be gram.
:, Fully equipped, air cond., red with white Inter- i to give'a certain portion promoted? The new program raised all
Jor. :tif : of those officers permanent A. The following is an skills, authorized 1, 2 and
f:: 1965 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN.$2995 :: ,status as either WO, LDO or by estimate. To Second Lieu- 3 multiple, added a few
Fully equipped, air cond., yellow with black ; regular augmentation. Any such tenant: in April, 1,250; in new MOS's at the one multiple
-, ti:: interior. change in status will be July, 450; In October, 1223. level. Additionally, the eligibility -
Selection Board action and all To Warrant Officer: InJune,1000In requirement of total obligated -
I: 1965 CORVAIR CORSA CONVERTIBLE. .52297 ;i programs will be announced.Q. December, 300. (Note: This service was reduced from
Factory warranty, speed trans. :w Have the temporary ap- total includes additional 2dLts. 69 months to 60 months.
f 1964 BEL-AIR 4-DOOR'SEDAN.$1299 I This new program is a temp-
Auto/trans. orary program which will be in
effect for the remainder of FY
1964 OLDS SUPER 88. '.. '. . .$1895 ._-.kJ: NI i iy 66 and through FY 67.Changes to
I Fully equipped, air cond. ). y the program, however, may be
made at any time.
NEW CAR SPECIAL OF THE WEE/T + '
c Ru 4 Under the expanded program
4
1966 CAPRICE 4 DR. SEDAN, power brakes, : the Marine.Corps estimates that
I 275 HP V-B, Tinted windshield, factory air, s1:: about 2600 awards will be made
radio with rear speaker, \WSW, power steering, ':::: during FY 66 as opposed to
1800 under the old .
,
standard program.For
transmission No
.,., ,Reasonable' Offer
FY 67, the Marine Corps
'
i Will/// Be Refused.
: anticipates approximately 5700
"... 1963 :: awards. Previously, plans called
FORD
GALAXIE
SEDAN.$1199 : Pn +
: for 3900
awards.
approximately
t,,:-,<#, ,.:.. V-8, white with red Interior., :: Of particular interest is

1963 CHEVY II SPORT COUPE. '. '. .57795 .. the fact that the combat skills.
-' '. in the Marine Corps are now
:- 7963 IMPALA . . . . .57495 ;:: Miwr pegeed at two multiples. This
i.1"# :.:-. Power steering,/ & brakes, air cond." .. :: makes it possible for a MOS
"
Ie. 0311 Sergeant ( E 5)) with over
ta 7962 OLDS 98 CONVERTIBLE. .. : .$1399 ; : a three years active duty to
.: Fully equipped, air cond. t ::r reenlist for 6 years and collect
.... :: ::-: r Y
;:{ 1962 BEL-AIR. . . . : .$795 l.a approximately' $3,000VRB,

_, 1 Six cylinder, white, 4-door sedan. HONOR. MAN Sgt. Jesse "B" Shaddix, left, receives a letterof in addition bonus to his of about regular$1500.reenlistment -

," ;:? 1962 CHEVY '-TON PICKUP TRUCK. .5695 { commendation from LtCol. L. E. Layette, Commanding Of

.. :- ti.; OLDSMOBILE 88 ., '. ;,. .:' .545 {$ ficer, Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment. Sgt. Shaddix
I : r was commended by the Naval Air Technical ADD TWO
t.. r:: 2 dr. sedan. :. Training Center :
,ij ;1. ..: r:' recently for demonstrating
:: 1960 OLDSMOBILE/ 88 .'. . -. .$395 :.s: attending the Aviation Ordnanceman outstanding scholastic ability while
; '; .' :: 4 dr. sedan. :: School, Class B. Add two more to the recently
.r." "" L '. published list of Marine Corps


'i s ; ) J oberts'' Inlet AND BOATYARD Marina Guard for Staff 1st lieutenant NCOs Sgt.Chief John who: at. Egan were Jacksonville's, selected former


Marine Barracks, who is now
MERCURY 0
;! MERCRUISER serving in Viet Nam. Proud
: itHtJUt I ,
CHEVROLET i
i OLDSMOIILE
FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS of course, Is 1st Sgt. Egan's
-: wife, Wave RM1
Beverly Egan
Ph. J.x. 2i4.li00
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'j. IIllIIIS! currently assigned to the NAS

...,,: :-:;:- Green Cove ,Springs ti Sales-Service-Storage Communications Number two Marine section here.

Lar|. Select'iol-N.w & Used Rigs .on the list( published here omitted rec-

1-..' ....._. ..fI'o.............;.w.-__.,......, d..I... : Olson ently Quality was GySgt.Control Leland NCOand M.,
orooc..x. ;J'Ii;/''''"""'il'i> -' Hwyi Ormp P
.I :! k 2i4l35 Line:'Chief for the local Marine;

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Mackroth Invited To NATTC St. Augustine To Host : : 1



Attend 'Opening Day' EventPERSONAL Intramural Blessings Of The Fleet ,: .. j 1


__ StandingsMAD A colorful boating processionon way to the City Yacht Pier,where -"'
[ historic Matanzas Bay best the blessing ceremonies will take
describes the Palm Sunday Blessing place. ,
{ # 5 34 6 of the Fishing Fleet, Servicemen from Mayport
TraFac 26 17 as boaters from North Florida Naval Station will serve as
MAD #1 26 14 make their yearly pilgrimage to guard and wreath bearers for
AO #
2 25 15 St. Augustine to this procession,and others participating -
AEA ##1 24 16. which
the
this beautiful ceremony, will include
MAD #2 22 18 will take place April 3. Cathedral Parish choirs. The
560 #1 22' 18 Sponsored by the St.Augustine wreath* in form of an anchor,
500 ? 1 21 19 Boating Club in cooperation will be made of brilliant red
AE Officers 21' 19 the Roman Catholic Diocese of and yellow flowers the official -
AEA #2 ,21 19 St. the .
Augustine, Blessing of Spanish colors.A
AEVB 21 19 the Fishing Fleet is a custom
MAD #3 20 20 which dates back to ancient European U. S. Naval Vessel from
MAD If4# 20 20 times. Today, in ports NAS Jax, will be leading the '
MAD#II 19 21 along the Atlantic and Gulf parade on Matanzas Bay, with a
#6 19 21 Coasts boats are blessed, fleet of patrol boats from the
402 12 28 as in ancient days, asking for Florida Board of Conservation
: : A/C Maint 6 34 God's protection of both sea- leading assistance to parti-
t : 560 #2 1 39 men and their crafts. In St. cipating boaters. Citizens Band
A pair of 600 sets were in Radio Club
Augustine, the blessing cere members will main-
l the highlight of the 10th, weekof mony an annual prior to World tain a, constant watch and supply
NATTC Bowling. Bastyr of War II, was resumed seven pertinent information to boat-
INVITATION. .Copf. J. R. Mackroth, CommandIng MAD years ago with the help of the ers on CB Channel 11.
Officer, receives/ an Invitation from Mrs. A. C. Thomas and MAD # 5 'was high with a fine Rt. Rev.Monsignor John P.Burns
Mr. Joe Boyd of the Cedar Hills Athletic Association, to at- 232 game and 618 set. Peek pastor ofCathedraParish.. All boats under power are
of AEA1 had a 605 set with This year's Blessing"of the welcome to participate. There hare
Day" ceremonies.
tend the "Opening Mr. Boyd is president of
two 200 games. Other high sets no charges or fees of
Fishing Fleet will begin fol-
.
the association and Mrs. Thomas serves president of the
as
and games were: Waters,AEVB lowing 12:00: Mass at the newly any kind connected with this \
Ladies Auxiliary. 570 Reeder,' MAD ##I 6, 564, restored Cathedral of St. Augus- event, and no reservations are
Johnson, MAD ##I 3, 560, and tine, when a procession:: led by' necessary.For .
Governor Haydon Burns of imately 650 boys involved in the Stokes, AO # 2, 556.JaxSailClub. Monsignor Burns, will make its
Florida will be on hand to throwout baseball program. An estimated additional information
the first ball at the Base- 700/0/ of the boys, age8-17. par- concerning the Arts and Crafts'
Season's in the association Festival and the Blessing of
ball "Opening Day" ticipating are
ceremonies to be held by the Navy dependents.The the Fishing Fleet, write ;
Cedar Hills Athletic Association, association which is com- !J1 Chamber of Commerce, 10
Saturday, April 16. pletely community run has three Castillo Florida Drive, St. Augustine,
32084
The festivities are scheduledto lighted fields in the complex, ,
begin at 1 p.m. on Mel Ott complete with concession stands.
Field in the Cedar Hills area. Each field hosts two games nightly ------
Several other local distinguishedguests six nights a week. Duringthe
have been Invited to attend. fall the association sponsors: Nets
Mayor Louis A. Ritter of Jacksonville football, and also has a baton-.
will represent the com- twirling program for the girls. Seven Wins In .
munity, and Capt. J.R.Mackroth, Although one-inning exhibition
NAS Jax Commanding Officer, games will be played during "0- Recent RaceLast
will be the Navy's representative pening Day", the regular season r r e ihr r
the ceremonies. does not until the following
Sunday, the Navy Jack
The Navy will also provide a Monday, April 18. sonville .Sailing Club journeyedto r
1 bond, with le'Marine Detachment
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,Park terrace'at" the
Orange' .
Color 'unit
the
supplying Guard :
Rudder Club" in the second of
The 38, teams In the baseball BaseballTickets six races in the Tri Club
program will"be' assembled on the Series. Flukey winds' at the
field for the
ceremonies
starting line and what was
The Cedar Hills Athletic AssOciation for some, a, bad start, causeda
is the largest 9f'Its bit of consternation at the
type In the World with approx- A local airline Is offering Jacksonville beginning! of the first race for ,
baseball fans tickets to the Bantams. A nice surprisefor
Atlanta Braves home games and everyone was that of seeing
Grand weekend hotel accomodations' ina Cathy Griffith with her Dad,
single package. Steve, crewing, take first placein -
Opening The package includes ticketsto her first time out. Nice
two weekend Braves' games going! THESE EIGHT MEMBERS ot the Navy Jcx 'SwIm Team hold
for 1966 and a room (based on double Our Gannets didn't do so well the first place trophy they won In the senior girls division of
of three lead-
occupancy) at one this week. Ellen Washingtonwent
the recent Florida AAU Indoor Swimming Championships heldat
1st ing Atlanta hotels for two nights. swimming in both races and
April The price, exclusive of air trav- Bill Scronce decided to take a lookat the Beach,Aquatic Club. They are, from! Ieft.to right: Nancy
el, is $22.50. his centerboard just after Nichols, Ellen Smalling, Vicki/ Decker, Linda May terry,' Ginny
The baseball tickets are for gybing around the first mark of Bonn, Cathy Nichols, Sandra Fortin, and Mary Kay G/arafon./
field-level, reserved seats in the the second race. As there was
5Q,000 seat stadium. The hotelsare only one other Gannet out, with
located less than ten min- Charely Eastham skipper and
utes driving time from the sta Tom Muschamp as crew, he Annual Spring Clearance
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Further information can be obtained Phil Thibodeau NJSC
NEW CARPETSTUNE by calling the Area Pas- Gannet
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i"A Whistling; ; In '4' Ak Sports ShortsThe


i 'U/J The Rigging

I 4th annual Southeast Military -
Golf Tournament got under
By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau way Tuesday on the NAS'Jax Golf
Course. The three day tourney
will end today, with the trophies

Sailing classes are progres- Windmill. I didn't catch the presented upon completion.]
sing well at the Navy Jackson- names of the gents who own e.
ville Sailing Club as we take them, but they'll be welcome
our group of new members additions to the races, I'm sure.I The Jax Navy Varsity Softball
through the various lessons know the Windmill will have held their first practice of the
where they have been literally some competition as the kids season last Saturday, and will
"learning the ropes". Actual from Bolles School have been meet again this Saturday, April
sailing for each of them was in every race since I've been f"w 2nd. The practice will begin at
scheduled for the past Saturday.Up here with their Orange Beast 9:30 a.tn. on Enterprise Field.
until now, they have riddenas and in the last race at the FYC, .e
crew with some of the club's Noble Enge turned out with his.
skippers to get the feel of things Taking a turn around the club- The naval station at Norfolk
Judging from the nervous looksI house the other day, I counted will be the site of the 1966 Na-
got when I took some outa 30 sailboats in various states of TO THE VICTORS. .//n this case, it's VP-30's Pros who defeated vy East Coast Wrestling Championships -
couple of weeks ago in the repair, and I know of several VAP-62 to gain the title of HAS Jax Intramural Basketball from Apr1119-21. The
Rebel, as a puff of wind put her more which are kept at home. Champions. Team members are: kneeling R. Knight, H. deadline for entry in this AAU
lee, rail in the water, I'd say This represents quite a bit of Brown, D. On Jo, L. RaJa and Lt. M. P. Myers, team coach; event is Friday, April 8. Win-
we have some real novices.You'll sailing interest in our local Navy back row H. ''Schroeder, C. 'Sourer, K. Holstine, F. Kunkle ners in this tournament' will be
soon get your sealegs, folks. community. When you total up and C. D. Renna. selected to compete for the Navyin
Racing as usual lastSunday the number of people actually the Interservice Wrestling
'. I at the Rudder Club. Results involved as crew members(Mom Championships to be held at Fort
appear elsewhere in the paper. and the kids), the potential of NAS Jax Intramurals Riley, Kansas, May 36. Per-
With ,any luck, the Whistler will our club is much greater than sonnel may obtain further (information -
probably end up last again.In is apparent from the current from BuPers Note 1710.
case you haven't noticed active membership. The warm WAVES BOWLINGPat
that huge smile on Hugh Bell's, sunshine of late has been bring- Standings And ResultsBOWLING
face lately, it's due to the fact ing them out but it seems that Hartsock rolled a 180 to
that his Bantam has finally been the club needs something more. capture high game in the March21st
delivered. To be named Whim, Maybe that new clubhouse we've Hosp."A" 5 5 kegler action of the Waves
she is a pretty sight with her been hearing about might help, if ComFairJax 4 1 Bowling League. Nancy Miller's
dark blue paint and mahogany we provide something for the American VP5 2 4 201 netted her highhal'klicaphon-
+isoinuu. Hugh and the Whim will families. VP -30"A" 7 2 ors for the second consecutive
certainly be contenders now, .as Mad Foxes 16.0 Weapons 61/2 4 week and J. A. Moynahan's 494
she is newer, by several years, Cloak/Dag. 15 5 Fit Wea Fac 21/2 '2 series was high for the night.
than the rest of the Bantamsand SALTY SEZBeen getting 14 ,6 A/C Maim 1 0 With only a few weeks left in
is probably quite a bit light- some book lamin lately at the Pros 13 7 Nartu "A" 8 '6' the season, the Misfits have assured -
er.Bill NATTC library. Seems they have Phantoms 13.: 7 VP 30 VP'- 45 ppd. themselves of a first place
Kennedy has been pushing a pretty fair selection of bookson Electrons 10 6 Hosp "B" 3 5 berth with a 74-25-1 record. The
the Sandpiper around quite a bit sailing and sailboats ff'n NAMTD 10 6 Nartu "B" 6 1 Legends are in second with a
lately as he works on his Gamet. yer' ask the library lady on the Alley Katz 7 5 Ficeur 21/2 2 52-46-2, while the Free Loadersare
She'll be the last one to be quarter deck, she'll set ye on Marine Bks ,9 "7 Faetu Gold 61/2 4 third with a 49-51 record.
finished and the sooner you get the right course. Of interestto Eagles 11 9 Supply 41/2 3 1/2 The Pin Busters, 48-51-1, are
her in the water Bill, the sooner the racing sailor is Sailing to 6'9m AF 9 1 Air Ops 41/2 2 1/2 fourth and the Top Poppers, 39-
all the Gannets will get new Win, by Robert N. Bavier, Jr. Can. Cockers 8 4 61 are fifth. The Bowlerettesare
sails ,(or so Walt says). Bill's Covering all the aspects of com- Trainers +i ,' 8r' bl12; in the cellar with a 35-62-
boat will give us a total of petition sailing in one book is .. BOWLING 2 record
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pjjA HAS Cecil Hosts 'Hornets' Win BB Tourney I'


6ND Volleyball :!
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The NAS Cecil Gym will be :
buzzing with activity beginningat w .
1:00 p.m. next Tuesday, as w
play gets underway In the Sixth
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1 'R'y Naval District Volleyball Tournament -
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This Is the second
consecutive year that Cecil Field
has hosted the tournament --4
i f f ta; 11 The tourney will have five entries -
'If f this year, including the
f defending champion, NAS Mem- .
\ t phis 'Hellcats'. Other teams 1 ; _
,A t I entered are: NAS Cecil,NAS Jax,
NAS Atlanta, and NAS Pensacola.The .
I I l iI I double round robin tourna-

r .. r 'lI ; ment will be played on April r
a,6,and 7. An augmented team
REGION/ SIX CHAMPS. .NAS Cecil Varsity Volleyball// // Team from the three day event will HORNETS WIN/ AGAIN./ .Members of tho VA-44 Hornets has- )
presents Copf. S. D. Wright with/ Region/ Six/ Championship/ / / trophy represent the Sixth Naval Dis- ketball team who won the Second Annual Cecil Field Intramural '
won In Orlando last weekend. Team also won Region Six/ trict in the South Atlantic Re- Basketball tournament, (Front row I to r); Raymond Tor- ';
military trophy, (being held/ by Lt. D. S. Young). Bade row gionals that will be played at rez, Billy Tucker, Coach Brian Connolly, and Wilbert/ Wilson./
(Jeff to right): Ben Hall, Lt. D. S. Young, special services officer NAS Corpus Christ!, Tex., on (Bock row I to r); Otis McGhee/ William Reeves, Tommy
Copt. S. D. Wright, commanding officer, coach Tom Mc. April 12 through 15. 'Strange, Lonnle/ Vessel!, Donovan Ewoldt, and Danny Bradley. '
McGriff
Tom
Guckin/ John Ang/ov/cn/ and Dick/ Gardner Front row (/left to tournament According director to this year's, (Not in photo Don Peter) t' ,

right): Buck Wurster, Mel Koch, Art Cope, anc/M/xe/ B/ro/ (missing / tournament should produce more Within a period of a little more match. Coach Brian Connolly ,e/:,

from photo Fred Helfrich). action, even though the entry is than a week, the 'Hornets'' of Attack seeing this, called for a time out ; ,.
smaller- than last year's. One 'Squadron Forty-Four have to have 'a talk with his team. :;,
of the' main reasons Tom said, won their second basketball title. No one but the players knows what .
Raiders Are Region 6 Kings; "Is NAS Cecil will be a lot This time they captured the Second he said, but whatever it, was, it :,
stronger, Memphis and NAS Jax Annual Cecil Field Intra- worked, because the team returned i
are always tough, and no one mural Basketball Tournament to, action and by half-time
Seek 6ND Crown NextCoach has heard anything about NAS championship. Last week it was they were leading the 'Jets' by ;' ,
Atlanta NAS Pensacola.The the 1965-66 Intramural League. three points, 3532. ;.
defending 'Hellcats' come crown. In the second half of play it ,
I
Mac McGuckin took his ionshlp, and the military title,and
into the tourney fresh from a The tournament was a double was all VA-44, as they domin- "
NAS Cecil Volleyball team ona finished the tournament with an runners-up position in the Fort elimination affair, so VA-44 ated the boards and outscored .
trip to Orlando Air Force Base unblemished mark of 18 wins and Worth, Texas, General Dynamics promptly sent each'opponenttheymet their opponents by six points to :"
last weekend.:! The team went no defeats. Open Meet that was held last to the loosers bracket 'to come out on the high side of'. .
there with the title and:! reputation Being the number one team in week. They lost to Dallas bya fight for survival and the chanceto the score by nine, 6556. :
of being the number one the State, the "Raiders" found score of 17-15 in a playofffor meet'Hornets' in the finals. The scoring for the 'Hornets' (; L ,
team in the state of Florida. themselves the top seeded team the top position. The only The AMD 'Jets' was the teamto went like this; Reeves 18, Bradley "J.' .
The reason for this trip was to in the tournament... Sarasota was team member from last year's come through the bottom 16, Ewoldt 14, Wilson 12, L, w
defend this title, and also seek second, and St. Petersburg, the champions is Ray Barrows, but bracket, having been put their by McGhee 3, and Tucker 2. .-
the title as the United States defending champion, was third. they have added ,"Doc" Blanch- VA44.At For the 'Jets', Barbaree was' ".
Volley Ball Association's Re- Since teams are seeded accordingto ard to their squad. Blanchard, the start of the finals, the their big gun with 22 points ina
gion Six Championship. As as how they finished in their last by no means a stranger to the 'Jets' Jumped off to an II'point losing effort. Other AMD "'J
extra bonus, being a militaryteam tournament, the 'Raiders" knew Volleyball circle,played for Cor- lead, and:! midway through the players scoring were; West 8,
there also was a title for what position they would be in pus Christi last year, and has second quarter, it looked as if Hickle 6, Jones 5, Bolin 5, Ril-
the best military team :i n the before the trip to Orlando as been on a number of AllNavyteams. the 'Hornets' had met their ey 5, and Harlan 1.
Region Six area ,up for grabs. they had won their last five .
Play started bright 'and early tournaments. NAS Cecil should be the team: S'.SA'VE .
.
: Saturday morning with fifteen McGuckin said, '"I couldn't to take the crown away from ;". .
teams entered in the' tournament.. single out any one player on the Memphis, as they have won their FRE.D'DAVIS \
They came from the Carolinas, team" that was above the other. last six tournaments. Their most
,Georgia, and Florida. When "This was definitely a team recent one being the Region Six BUICK-PONTIAC
the end ,came, that night, the"Raide'rs" effort." However, individual Open for both civilian and mil- MC TRUCKS
had a accomplished honors went to Ben Hall, who itary teams.
what McGuckin'' took them to was selected to the Region Six NAS Jax, although short on GfttEN COVI SPRINGS
Orlando for. They walked off All Star Team. teamwork. always seems to come
with both the Region Six Olam The '"Raiders' met St. Pete up with a good team when tour-
in the finals, each having won nament time rolls around, and
Any Fishing News; their respective brackets., The no one expects the 'Fliers' to ....,
playoffs were the best two out of make an exception in this one.
Report It to PAONow three games. Cecil won the first
game by a score of 15 8. Jets I'.IHS-ep n
that Spring has arrived After training in the second M

and the fishing .season is uponus game, 14 12 the "Raiders"put the by Jerry BolingThe ,. '
more and more personnel on a drive to overcome :""
from NAS Jax and NAS Cecil St. Pete lead and win the game AMD IJ ets' once again
are taking to the .lakes' and 16 14. have to take a runner ups I
streams on weekends. With thisin Now that the Region Six Tourn- position to the VA 44 'Hornets'but
mind the Jax Air News/After- ament is over, the "Raiders"have they feel like they did their 1Busy.
burner would like to devote some their eyes set on the Six best considering the question.The .
of its sports space to fishing Naval District Tournament that 'Jets' made the finalsof "
news, so' the anglers can share will be held here next week. the Second Annual Cecil
their fish ,stories with others.If This is the first leg of a trip Field Intramural Tournament by '
enough news; can be obtained, that leads to the All Navy knocking off a team,which they ,
the paper intends to make. ,it a, Championships.Without considered one of the top bask-
weekly feature, any unforseen mis- etball teams at NAS Cecil, VF-
Fishermen interested in getting haps, this could be the year 62, by a score of 74 71 in
the word spread on their the "Raiders" make the tripto an overtime period. They did
catches, should call the NAS Cecil NAS Corpus Christi!, Tex, for this on Friday afternoon at 1
Public Affairs Office Ext. the South Atlantic Regionals, to .
Base, San p.m.By ',: .. ': -
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{ Cecil I In Brief Pistol Team Wins In Dixie .ft 1

llj; ( Sports II M I Iji .. ,.'Hf_Y Ym "" ;

;: '; SOFTBALL TENNIS t'

. l\:\ Entry blanks have been sent NEEDED .Tennis players ) 1. Who holds the World Series
r h.M out for the Intramural Softball with experience to represent NAS record for the consecutive game
ri: t ;i. League. Tom McGriff, athletic Cecil in the Fla/Ga.Interservice hitting streak?
I director said that the league Conference and other varsity 2. Who was the first major
f., will definitely get underway on matches. college basketball player to score
Monday April 25. He expects The entry forms for the Intramural over 1,000 points In a season?
\ at least twenty teams to enter. Tennis league will be 3. In what season did the National *
distributed to Departments Basketball Association
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shortly. The league begins playIn start keeping rebounding records -
.,0:>, i h) Varsity softball practice is April. T1 ?
I I held every afternoon Monday 4. Who captured the Woman's
through Thursday, at 5:30 p.m. BOWLING I'if Wimbledon tennis crown In 1962?
: on "B" Circle South. Coach With the wrap up of the fall ,
1 Bob Scruggs, says they are plenty bowling league near, now is ;r.' 1 ANSWERS
.. "I of openings on the team and the time to start getting your -- tt f :
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r: invites all interested personnel entry ready for the summer I t j 61 jo ail
t to report for practice. He plans league that,will begin sometimenext > "I, -{ i 1" 'UBtusng, n1U1H uaJ"I 'y
7 to start playing practice games month. IS-096I "I "C
;t.If t.l, against City League teams next DIXIE PISTOL MATCH. Members of the HAS Cecil pistol .tg-CSGI tI1'uuimj aoj 603't

} week if things go right.fH WEDNESDAY EARLY team that won first place In 'the .22 caliber pistol team match panlV1 oq- *APS'saa)1UeA tues3 aye.'t121M'Z

k ka, Ni of the recent Dixie Pistol Event. The team scored 1041 pointsto sauieft salsas itt| }lads n UI S1111
Team Won Lost finish eight points ahead of the runners-up, Beau ford Marine PIM 's oJJO ajotupttg sqi. jo
j I .': Base. Presenting the trophy to Copt. S. D. Wright, station aaZeueut Mou 'Ja\vg ){tit!! .tWESCONNETT
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t: : H. Raz.l1# 40 40Comm. Krlppendorff Returns From Sailing
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.' Pace Makers 41 39 Petersburg last week. They fourth race a broken rudder FREIGHT SALVAGE
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GALORE!
had a field of over eighty en- they veered off course. After BARGAINS
SATURDAY MIXED/ tries. The duo had been selected repairs were made, they returned COME IN AND BROWSE
il from a total of 2,226 to competition in the fifth
Naturals 33 15 other teams to represent theirclass and final event and placed second.
HOURS 9 A.M. 7 P.M.
10 4's 281/2 191/2 :
In this race. Don said the Even with the disqualification against -
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Rldgewood 4 261/2 211/2 lack of a good sailing wind was them, the Krippendorf'shad :
Nh / ly Hurricanes 26 22 the for them finish- in
main reason amassed enough points
Spoilers 23 25 ing as far down as they did. the other four events to come Eisy Crtdit" TrrsF
Alley Cats 19 29 From St.. Petersburg: the out seventh.'
Slowpokes 18 30
Sleepers 18 30
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