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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are: their own and not to be considered an official expression of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military departoeAtvpf the Pf c i0/ services advertised. i

VOL. 24 HO. 2 (U. s. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 1L '", fivJljt.UAPRIL/ 7, ?96* t.


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Choraieers Entertain NAVY EXCHANGEThe ( [

F '' 4.., t
I NAS Jax Navy cxcnange 5T4U1 ar

will participate in a Navywide

Navy Exchange 20th Anniversary
; Sailors In Chow Hall Sale beginning April 14 and

continue!ng through April 30, TTM
; Sales and merchandise 'r
Personnel at theNAS Jax galley and the District of Columbia as special
will be in department of
may have been somewhat sur- they have made their annual tours every
prised to find that they would over ,the past eight years. It your local Exchange.;

enjoy live music along with their has been estimated that the young

evening meal. singers have traveled over

The musical background was 20.000 miles in their, treks V Ilnl..talTExtensiolls .m t'b41 pyyb. F '

provided by the Red Bank High as "Red Bank's Singing Ambas- k th;V 11 I

;, School Choraieers from Chattanooga sadors."

r Tenn.. The group In 1961. while appearing ina f.f.. t.
is making an annual tour which feature concert at the United

a,:. this year has included visits States Navy Scow or MUSIC u. I
to various military bases along Washington. D. C., the Choraie
their route. ers were honored by receiving Phased Out

Theraleers Red Bank High School a command performancefrom

Cho nationally ranked< by Secretary of the inter- The Secretary of the Navy P/NG/ PONG. .Students from South Viet Nan display their

"First Chair of America." ior Udall for a concert in recently issued a notice announcing ability at ping pong during their stay at HAS Jax. The six

the "Who's Who of American the Sylvan Theatre. a phased reductionof students ore presently undergoing ten weeks of training at

High School Musical( Organiza- Over the past year these stu- the involuntary extensions of NATTC' Ordnanceman School.NATTC .,
tions", are known throughoutthe dents have sung in some of the Navy and Maine Corps en-
eastern portion of the United leading musical settings of the listments.The .

'. States. They have proudly United States. They have apoear- reduction will be completed .
carried the name of the school on Sept. 30 of this Trains ,

and community to eighteen stares Continued/ Page 2 year for Navy personnel and : ;

I on October 31 for Marine
6fq I.f Corps personnel. Personnel

whose enlistment expires after
Six VietnameseSix
this date will be released at

the end of, their normal enlist

'{. v +w ment.
i4 i ern, t51' ?r'b"r' Sawn 9b; ti y0I
The enlistments of personnel South Vietnamese' sold- jungle war, .at Lowry.. Whileat i'

whose obligated service expires hers. a 'rived'.al NAS, 'J ax list ',NA'"TC. .. they will familar- .
f sub sequent'to-FebrSe. Weerand; '....*..Thursday for ten"'weeks t'instruc*.*.' -ize-themselves:with-the,weapon/ .. .;
., who ',were 'to involuntarily ''sysremf"" of'these'
tion at the ,NavalAir' Technical that are part
t tt extended, Will! be retained or ',Training,Center's Aviation. planes : '
.released] under the new plan.. A Ordnanceman School. This group 'is: the first'from "

scheduled has been established, Their 'course ,of' Instruction 'Vietnam; to, receive training',

to involuntarily extend enlistmentof beings today. Prior to reporting at NATTC since the start of 1

:.-. reqr2 J2 ; personnel whose, EAOS is to NAS Sax the group underwentseven the current crisis but approxi- ,

between March 1 and Aug. 31.- : weeks training at LowryAir mately five years ago a similar ,
Those who were due for discharge Force Base Colorado. group from South Viet Nam J
.
or transfer to the fleet The group is headed by 2nd went through the command. .
reserve between March 1 and Lt. Liew Van Sanh. With him Upon completion: :' of trainingat

April 30 will serve for an are five aviation cadets who are NATTC. the men will travelto

/ additional three months. Per- working toward commissions in NAS Lemore, Calif., for
; sonnel with an EAOS from the South Viet Nam Army. further instruction. Upon completion -

... May 1 to June 30 will have a The group received orientation of this instruction

1, concerning the various they will return ,to South. Viet
Continued Page 2 aircraft now being used in the Nam.
It' RED BANK HIGH SCHOOL CORALEERS f



/ CONGRATULATIONSFebruary Exam Results Received ;,1or. 1 1NAS



\ .' Stanley R. A. to CS2 Lynch. M. to'YN3 Ball, Me E. to A02 Dougherty J. J. to A03 ;1

'S ,. 16 Steblin. T. A. to ADJ3 Maschmeier. D. P. to AZ3 Borel..J. R. to AE2 ., Everett R. D. to AE3 ,.V i, JFannin.
To be advanced May 1866
Stephens B. J. to SK2 Merrill, J.W. to ACt Bounds. C. T. to AO2"reshears. .']. E. to AE3 ..,

\' CM. SK3 Talbert. K. H. to AC3 Meteliski J.A to RM1 C. M. to AE2 Higginson R. A. to AO3 ,;

Abbey to Titus P.F. to MU3 \ Miller OJ3. to ETN3 Carrell. T. H. to AO2 '*,/ Hcltzer, 11. R. to A02 .'t" V

\.. Anderson D.L.W.G.to ADJ3 AE2 VanPelt W. H. to RM2 Moore. H. C. to ADJ2 Dixon C. P. to AE3 ;:, Hotop. D. N. to AE3
: Barthelmas to "
Powell J. D. to AZ3 Donnelly. D. W. to'AE2' Hunt B. to A02
A. DCl
J. to
," Brunner Reaves K.C. to AE2 Farrell. H. K. tpAEl ,Jones, G. to A02
Carmer.J. W. to AME3
Carr E. W. to MR1 To be advanced June 16, 1966 Rivera R. B. to SD3 Freniere D. G. to A03 Kadrmas, G. R. to AE3
'
I" Dayoan D. P. to SD2 Bradford, R. E. to ADJ2 Standeven A. L. to AC2 Griek. L. to AE3 Kelleher. D. G. toAE2
.. Hall B. W. to AE3 Kirby B. D. to
W. L. BM1 Crouch. L. D. to AE3
Dixon to
CS1 Harris D. L. to AE3 ,.,, Kirby,J. L. toAE2, .
.. English. H. H. to RM2 Davis.J. to
Harvey R. to AE2 Kirby B. D. to A02
" Ferguson L. O. to E1N2 Groom. D. E. to ADJ3 To be advanced August 16,1966
Heinrich W. A. AE2 Mock G.
to E. to AO2
Grimm W. M. to ETN3 Gusky. G.S. to AC3 Frameli. D. F. to AMS2 '>'' .
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Hill D. D. to AE3 Ph11yaw G. A. AE2 "
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to .
Gaes, A. G. to ETR3 Kite A.. M. to ETN3 Hotchkiss: M. C. 'to ENl T .
f' Hobbs, J. M. to AE3 I ". Plummer C. E. to AE3
Helmerman. T. G. to AMS3 Hynes.J. M. toAK3
Neely L. R. to ADJ2 ,
Hodge, R. W. to AE3 A Preneta V.J. AE3 E
to i
Holme. E.J. to AK3 Maus.; W. 1... to ADJ3 Shaw W. M. to PR2 AE2 ,& ''
Jackson E. to Ross T. J. A02
to
J ,
; '
HM3 McCall B. H. A03
Jacob: W. H. to to ;
Maddox. J. E. to AE3 :: Salzang. L.;G. to AE3 ,,;
Johnston. W. T. to SK2 McDonald,J. B to 8M3
r4 R.'C. AE3. ,: ,
Mardniak to I. Schweiger,J. A. to AE3'
Hones P. A. to ETN3 McDaniel. F. E. to ADJ2 To be advanced Sept. 16, 1966 r I
Marino, B. L. to AE2 V ; Shafer R. to AE3 r.'
;
... Matts T.C. TO E1N2 Ramey W. C. to HM2 Bryan. J. E. toAD]!
I Martin J. L. to AE2 Shanklin T. W.. to AE2
Mitchell R. G. to AZ3 Timmons D. E. to CSC Librojo. B. R. to SKI "
Moore
R. A. AO2
to Weldon.E.J.
AE3
Mittendorff J. to MU1 Trentman, A. J. to ADJ3 ,, Peebles C. C. to.ATN2 to '
Obenhaus.N. Z. to AO2 Welsh.'J. H. to AE3
Olma L.T. to SFP3 Weatherholtz R to ADJ3 Porterfield J. to Am2 ...' '
'
. Omerik. T. A. to AE3 Whisonant. B. C. to A02
.
" Peche 1... A. to CYN3 Sanders !. A. to ADJ1 Parks R. L. to AE3 V
. W. R. to SK2 N. YN1
Potter. Swecker.J. to P.E. to AE3
Pavldis
, Pryor, R. to CS2 To be advanced July 16, 1966 Triplett ]. J. to Act "
w Sandusky D. L. AO2
" Quails, B.J. to CS2 Bennett. F. J. to ETN3 to To be advanced July 16, .,1966
Shields J. L. AE2"
Rainey. S. G. to AX3 Burghout, J. A. to RM1 to Anderson D. T. to' AE3\:.+T\ \.
R. C. .
White AE3
to ,
Remein W. P. to EOH3 Fontenot L. J. to HM3 To be advanced Oct. 16, 1966 Batten P. R. to AE3 "k. :*
Wilson. D. J. AE3
Reyes, A. T. to SD3 I Godfrey E. A. to CYN3 Jarvles, H. L. to ETC A02 to ". ". Conyers C. L. to AE2
Wright J.
to
Roman V. to CS2 Graves P. to MU2 Kindell, K. C. to 11M2 Edwards.J. R. to AE3

Rondelli E. P, to EN2 Hammersmith T. to AMSC Lynch N. to CSl Fields;G. E. to AE3

Sands, A. M. to ACS Hendrickson R. to AK1 Tison E. to MU2 To be advanced June S', 1966 Kelly, C. M. to AE1
.
Sewell. R. J. to ETN3 Holland,]. A. to RMl Archibald, J. W. toAE3 ,'" North J. L. to AE2 '
Shaw B. L. to RM3 Jansen W.R. to MU3 NA TTC.STUDENTSTo Bailey. S. F. to AE3 Nurse B. D. to AE3

Shirk R. E. to AX3 Jenkins, M.W. TOADRC be advanced May 16. 1966 3aker, C. D. to AE1 Pritchett W. T. to AE3

Shutt D. V. to AQI Lane H.A. to AC3 Adams M. W. to AE3 3enfield H. A. to AE3 Sheridan. D.. to AE3

Smith B. S. toYN2 . I I ., .Lockhart. .K.G.. f .to I .ATR2. '.. ,I.Adams.. . .N.. r1.1.A. to..AO3. . . Boyd. ....J.. .E.. .to. .AE2. . . . Swearington, K. G. to AEC



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fJ.2 JAX AIR AFTERBURNER


--HITO ALPrimary -- Chaplains/ Message


Votes Count I DEATH 10 UFe- "

iy Chaplain John A, Atwcwc

elections scheduled for borne ROMAN CATHOLIC world is lo the midst of Hoiy Week.
Keep an eye en any primary your the Oristian, ;
state during the gaming- spring; and summer Study the candidates: Once moro > and solemn time the ******e feOMn 'f'fof f
St. EJard' Chapel SAcred
convicxiunsFar It Is a '
and the issues. "Iben"OIe according to your : :
too many people ignore the primaries and vote only in the and Christ. remember tt Pass10 an! dea cC Qe.),fan
general elections. This is especially true of the military since Naval Hospital Is I time to llis compassion for mankind md in"ft'Y\jII 1'% ,;
In
members of the armed forces vote largely by absentee ballot of Sorrows the world, sinless thou J He Himxlf' waslicfor
of
and thus face problems not encountered: by the civilian "back SUNDAY MASSES the sins on Calvary as a ucrU'ice. We cotzeaonte
the ciVilL&n. home-fiod it much easier Hospital - - 0630St. diedit on the cross with a.bopdesJ ordes.palrina -
home. For one thing at Good Friday., not
of days,
to beep informed about the, caadidaiES; \ issues and election: dates. Edward'sChapel & 1100 that darkest but with a glad sadness 'TarFridaywasGood
-- 0900 sadness
abreast'however, if they make .
Military men and women can beep life for man.It '
death meant :
Ills 1
because 'wtixxt Good
also ft1IIII!
the effort.
DAILY MASSESSt. f a time for rejoicing
Is, Sunday: Easter
Easter
there of have been an
could rever
Edward's: Friday life
dudt. Christ prernisad:
the victOry over f-
Monday thru Friday 1130
means Mtoed and fa-
belief His promises) are
Saturday - 0900 who
to all SreSiin Maa's hope to
Blueprint For Freedom .. Naval Hospital: filled in IUs fin the dead.Sunday nxraiz. owwac-:
Easter
Friday -----1205 amulfeed because of that
loud and clear
T wonder that man sings
del' that man rejoices; ro
CONFESSIONS the ItAllu1la".
and joyfully -
wish -AH Handsa
St. Edward's : The Chaplains division takes this opportunity to

Saturday ------19002000 Joyful Eastertide.
Sunday------ -0815 0845;
1015 1045 ADVANCEMENTS Continued from Pace J

Hospital: Sunday ---0615

WIshmeyer R. V. to AE3 To be advanced Attgntt,16.1966

CATECHISM CLASSES Wyman, R. A. to AE2 ArdL C. D.. to PHC ,;* .,
s Chapel Annex Building TC2: Ciovq.B.J. to AD'.r.i.: ,
Saturday's 1000 '

L == -- To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966 To be advanced to September
= DIVINE/ / SERVICES Baker N.R. to AE2 16. 1966 *" ,
'" -
PROTESTANTAll Brill, CX). to AEl Nale.K.R..to PH2 : > : ':
In some some states where one party is dominate the real Saints Chapel Robbins L. A. to AEl 4

deed SUNDAY'S .J. L. to A02 FLEET AIR WNG II
Wilson M. to AEI *
you warn to make your ballot count be sure you vote in the pri- ------HolyCOnmunion Young B. D. to AE2 To be advanced: May 16. 1966
mary. 0930 & 1100---Divine Worship Doepper.R. P. to RM3

Even where the two major parties are evenly matched primary SUNDAY SCHOOL Flares J.A., to RMZ '
elections: are meaningful. Here you have the opprtunity Weber. G.N.. to TN3 }
to choose die candidates who will represent your party in the gen- 0930 - -Chapel AraratBuilding To be advanced Sept. 16. .1966

eral election. 722WEDNESDAY's Bonner.I. W. to AEC To be advanced July 1&.1966 t

Consult your voting officer about primary elections scheduled Brodmerkel, E. T. to AEI Frost.J.R. to GIN3 i
for year home: stag. his year. Then read one or more newspapers Dean R.E. to AE2
abreast of candidates and 1900ClofrRehears Edwards. W. E. to AOO
from your home state to keep HFO ....'"
"
JSSHBS.ff SECOND MONDAY of Each Month Harrison R. to AE2 To be advanced Offer. 16,
J this calls for a little extra effort. consider It part of your Howard.I. 1... to AOC
.
respoasjbilty as a member of the armed farces and an American 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Richter. W. 1.. to AE2 1966 ,
(Small Chapel) Shatter. G. M. to AOl Madden. M. F. to D12VP4s -:' "
cirizn: ;
,
'"
ft's a small price to pay forth privileges you enjoy I .
U.S.NAVAL HOSPITAL NATTC PERSONNELTo :. -
Sunday's - 1000 .
To be advanced May 16. 1966
CHOOALEERSContinued c..t. y EXTENSIONS be advanced May 16 1966 ,
.4
,
'Alls.K. R.: to -Ann *"'- ., v I
from 1 CECIL FIELD Butler. T. H. AK3 .." ". '
/mm Pog I Continued Page to Akin. T. A. to ADJ3":: -

ed in the f4fKirffTf Conservatory 'two moHtfa ,extension, of active ,PROTESTANT Constantinople to SIC Brewer. K.C. to AZC
of McinQncfmtnat.Ohiobave service while 1 month will Today- Fridge I. B. to MA2 Mcafee. C. F. to ABm.-

performed on a national 'be added to those withanEAOS Choir Practice at '7 p. m.Swxlay Heldell.B. U to ADJ3 Miller R.E.. to AXES
television show in Louisville between July 1 and Aug. 3L Parrish.T. M. to SFP2 Pares,D. A. to ATR2 .
Kentucky,and have been honored Policy with regard to Naval Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Sandedd. L. R. to HMZ Powell. I- M. to ADJ3

guests not only at high cools, officers will remain in effect Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Smith.J. R.. to ADJl:
but at large colleges and mdversities as aBBOUBced to ALNAV 45 Communion on the first Sundayof Snead W. lL to, AMSa
throughout the eigteeea of 1965. Separate policiesfor the month. To be advanced July 16, 1966 Spears G. C. to ADJ3

:sra area.. Marine Corps officers Bibbs. L 1.. to YN3 Stamanind. A. S. to AWl

As a climax to their travels wmbe fn.. accordance with their CATHOLIC Co1e. D. E. toMM2Fondingsland. Williams.B.1- to ADJ2
last year's group was the guestof directives. Dafly1120- L to JOSHendrtcks
the Honorable Norman.Win a. m. Mass W. R. to DTI To be advanced June 16, 1966
ston.+ Commissioner of the Announced at the amrtime Sunday- Johnson B. to lIMC Cherry*J. C. to AE3
Unified States Commission,New was a policy allowing for me 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions Mam.J.B. to AO1 Disalvo.W.R. to ATRl
York' World's Fair. They parti- early release of Naval and Marine heard before each Mass. Ricketts,B.J. to AOC Foster. H. E. to AZ2
dpafed in the Special Events. Corps personnel who Wongler, 1... A. to YN2 Hereford J. H. to AE3

Program of the United States .wish to enroll for the fall college JEWISH Marable. S.1.. to AE2
PavUfen during the opemfig.week. term. The 90 days maximum Can Ext. 311 for Information To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966 Rosecrans. F. A. to ADJ3

activities and were feat ifl release shall be applied to normal on Jewish Services. Behrendt..W.A. to AOC Train mell. H. Ato ADJ2
two ore hour csaeerts:: : representing EAOS as extended. by the Winton R. T. to AMS2 Williams.R.F. toABP
'Tennessee and Chattanooga :- provisions of the new plan as Triffic VnlitiMS

area. they now exist or as later modiMVEST The following is a report of To be advanced July 16.1966
motor vehicle accidents and To be advanced Sept. 16, 1966
Uunsecl: traffic violations for the period Massey.1. R. to AOC Keener N. P. toADJ3Lindsay.
Taylor, 1... C. ATI
to
March 29 April 4. 1). R. to A\tD

Number of Accidents Ownbey.J. R. to ,AE3 .
IN THE FUTURE This Week March 29 April PatschuU. E. A- to AZ3
4 --------------S To be advanced Oct. 16, 1966
Stile.J. U. to AE 3Worvlen
FlUpt, A.J. to MM2
Total Accident this year through
B, U. to AD
IUY : April 4. 1966 - -T9 Passavantf A. M. to YNC

Number of Accidents through Patsch. P. A. to SKIVAP62 To be advanced September
April 1965 - - -75
.U. S. SAYINGS KNtDSa Total number of days since Powell 16. 1966 R. G.. to TR2

last injury in a motor vehicle To be advanced May 16, 1966
accident - - -24 Bakker
W. A. to AQB2 To be advanced October;)
Number of ViolationsThis Dell.J. J. to PT3 16. 19Baker\
Week - -29 Boehns
.J.J. ro AJ2 ,G. F. to AIUC
Speeding - .7 Caruso,N. V, to AQU2
Reckless Driving - .0 Cassey.D.A. to mi3 FLEET /INTELLIGENCE

Going through Stop Sign 2 flaU H. t. to Pt3 CENTER

'A.IR'N'E\ Other Violations20 Jurrington, I3. C to pra
Thirty drivers To be advanced 16. 1966
seven appeared Martin R. C. to ADJ2 May

before the.Traffic: Hearing Munley, F. T, to SK3
Tim MX. AIR, NEWS is a Civilian Entvrpris Newspaper Board at the. meeting on Myers L. L. to PT3 Drttmoru W% S, toMA2

diUrUwded. each TfcuTjsfay at the U. S. Naval Air Station. April s. Disposition of the cases Orr. W. C. to PT3 Fletcher. R.. 1... to PT3H111 ,

1ad sonvBle. Florida by the Holt Publishing ,Company, a include the following: Six lost SommJe,C, S. to A25 S. R.. to R sr2
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in .the JAX ,AIR driving and parking privileges Jones tF.. to PT3

NEWS must forwarded to the Service Information Office, aboard the :station for various To be adranted: | June 10t(; 1000IUth. M.1Mty, D.. D, to P'13MofflttJ
periods Six;: were, assigned P PT3.
Bon 2.NASJad yHI. 1X00 to % to
.
sehs by before
noon on Monday
publ+iation. News ;items arm welcomed for off I sources- complete an eight hour ; A. U. to Abj 2 1'0 be advanced July 16. 1966
course in remedial driving at Pha Uatlar L.. B.. to PN3 ,
Telephone EV77tlr Est.1162. NA TTC. One was rhant.J. W. t to Alai
Advertisements sofa fed assignedto SaJtoW, D. t to Wi FLEET WEATHER FACILITY
are by thepubiish.rand queries complete a six- hour course
concerning such should be directed to in. remedial driving ;at Sax Police To be advanced! May 16. 1966

Thr Halt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway.. Academy Five received To be advanced: July 1G, 1006
Jacksonville* Florida 322D7, Telephone 359-4040 suspensions Nineteen were given Coile,C. E.. to PI 12 tvy, UA. to RKG>

warnings Five dismissed Prfne, J. W. to 1'113 Quinn, XC, to RM2
VOL.24 NO. 2 April T. 1966 Three fined ( U. S. Com Russell, D. G. to PIQ To be advanced July 16, 1966

missloner); and Seven referredto Sterfwnj. M. N. to ADjl Devans, T. D, to AG2

commanding- : for possible VaMerama, W. D. to SD2 Dcbbs, A, D. to AG3
disciplinary! action, Willis DiR To be aJvaiKe l 16,1966P ;
August
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April 1t',1966, : ; .
JAX AIR' NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page! ?* .


Air Force Unit Navy Relief Training Covrse ,


t At lax Joins, .

I4th Air ForceGUNTER Offered To Local Yolmitetrs

AFB, ALA -
out in the field Is not
( Getting
Air Force
United States
d1A The
located a matter of looking over the cotton Marine Corps stations throughout
at
679th
Radar Squadron
the United States during the
to Miss Elaine Scammahorn
NAS Jax, became a part of the coming year.
newly activated 14th Air Force of Washington.The
attractive Miss Scamma- For further information call
on Friday, April 1.when a sweep-
reorganization of the Air horn Is a field representative for the Navy Relief Society office
Defense ing Command took place. the Navy Relief Society and located in Building 953, base
M1 Commander of the new 14th Air getting out in the field, to her extension 737 or 389 5308,
Force will be MaJ. Gen.JamesB. means traveling to Navy and Marines or call Mrs. Mary Gales, chair
{ Tipton and headquarters will Corps stations all over man of volunteer women, at 389-
?
the nation to conduct training 7711 extension 8645.
+-" be located at Gunter AFB, Ala.
'
r. General Tipton.: a combat pilotin courses for volunteer' workers.She .
both World War U and the will be In Jacksonville for
Korean War, is presently the that purpose, conducting the
commander of the 32d NORAD four week course at the

Region at Gunter AFB. NAS lax Auxiliary.The ,
//W RECOGNITION. .Mrs. King S. Forrson accepts on In Among the actions in the ADC three hour periods are.to tl.
scribed station plaque from Copf. J. /R. Macfcroffc, HAS Jax reorganization will be the de- be held each Wednesday and
Commanding Officer, at a luncheon held upon her retirement.Mrs. activation of the 73d Air Divisionat Friday morning from April 20
Forfson has served as Executive Secretary of Navy Re Tyndall AFB, Fla. and its through May 13.
lief Society since 7952. mission absorbed Into the 14th Looking more like society
Air Force the Montgomery Air should mean dances and parties,
Defense Sector will be desig-' instead of volunteer work, the
; nated the 32d Air Division; and attractive Miss Scammahorn
Navy Relief Society Honors the Oklahoma ''City Air Defense holds a very responsible J job with y R
Sector will become the 31st Air headquarters of the organi-
+
Division. zations.
; The new 14th Air Force hasa Although she is only been'on
: Retired Executive SecretaryA famed historical background the job since September Miss J
dating back to World War, II Scammahorn Is well qualifiedas
luncheon was held, last partment of Public Welfare. when the unit was known as an instructor. Prior to her
week at the NAS Jax Officer's Upon joining Navy Relief in the "Flying Tigers." present position the Universityof
Club in honor of Mrs. KingS. 1952, she continued to render The unit served in combat Colorado graduate was a tea-
Fortson who retired after 14 invaluable service both to the against the Japanese, operating cher at the Air Force Aca-
years as Executive Secretary society and ,the Navyman and primarily in China, until the end demy High School InColorado
k of the' Navy' Relief his family.. As Executive Secretary of World War U. The head Springs 'and! more recently was
t Society. she supervised all the quarters was moved to the United employed as a procedures anal ELAINE SCAWAHORH
4, Capt. J. R. Mackroth :Commanding case work, and supervised office States in December 1946 and inactivated yst for a group hospitalization.
firm In Washington.The
r Officer of NAS, and personnel and their training.In January 6.1946.
Capt. W. S. Baker ,Jr., Com- other capacities she worked Reactivated May 24, 1946, period of instruction will
manding Officer of the Naval very closely with the Executive the 14th Air Force was assigned include various aspects of Navy I' '
Hospital, were among the many Vice President of the society who first' to the Air Defense Commandand Relief work. The course will
friends and co workers on is usually the station commanding later in 1948 to the Continental be taught in Building 501,
hands for the occassion. Capt. officer. Air Command whereit Naval Air Technical Training Stets
Mackroth presented Mrs.Fortsonwith Mrs., Fortson also encouragedthe supervised reserve and Center. Classes will begin at
a plaque that was inscribed- training of volunteer wives national guard activities until its '9 a.m. on April 20., All those $1
"In recognition for faithful who work for Navy Relief on last inactivation in September, interested in the Navy Relict
service as Executive Secretary, various projects. These volun- 1960. program are ,invited to'attend.: 't
{ Navy Relief Auxiliary,NASJack teers, wives of both officers and Previous locations ,of', the '
sonville." She also received a enlisted men, donate their,:timeYto headquarters for the '14th;Air Miss ,Scammahorn', is one', of yen the TUN,is
at''K n1ri four field who
Force have been ina. representatives
silver cigarette box from her. assist on case work, serveas ;
office workers., receptionists, or utilize their China; Peishiyi, China. Ft.Lawton will be giving the course for:
Service to the public, whether talents in making articles for Wash; Orlando AFB, Fla. volunteer;' women at Naval :an0WESCONNETI
civilian or military, has been the layette program. and Robbins AFB Ga. V
very prominent in Mrs. Fortson's Mrs. Fortson makes her homein The realignment of the Air flV
Defense Command is in con-
life as before accepting Jacksonville as does her son.
her position with Navy Relief She does not plan to take another sonance with the changing
she worked for the Florida DeBuy position since her retirement. emphasis of the major threat to FURNITURE eO. Q
bombers to ballistic missiles and
overall improvements being
:
made to the air defense weapons 3326 WescoMeti Wrtf. ** jf$4
Bonds control system.Reorganization.
Savings will also include NEW ADDING MACHINES' yu.

: the North American Air NEW DESKS
Defense Command and will coincide -
of New & Used TV SETS
with acquisition an
improved back up interceptor New & Used FURNITURE

,control system known as FREIGHT SALVAGE
BUIC. The Improved BUIC system -
u BARGAINS GALOREI!
is a dispersed, automated
I'e'e
weapons control system which COME IN AND BROWSE 'YheGHOiTahd

coupled with the semi automated

ground environment* system of HOURS: 9 A.M.7 P.M. andMR.O1ftN'
___ SAGE, will increase flexibility PHONE: 7710750Eisy
of the manned bomber defense;

and give greater assurance Crtrflt" Ttras ,, ::
: that sufficient air defense:
capability will survive a ballistic -
\ missile attack to effectively
counter the manned bomber SAVE,

threat.Within NORAD changes: include FRED DAVISBUICKPONTIAC! .

realignment of the six V. JI V l
numbered NORAD regions into

four geographically designated MC TRUCKS .
regions. UENPRECISION tout iratno3
"- Reorganization of the Air -- -
'of Defense Command will parallel -
.. r. ,
INSPECTION. .Cdr. A. W. White, Commanding Officer of the the continental NORAD structure United States.within : -

Light Photographic 'Squadron 'SIxty.Two, Inspects his squadron V
on the first day of the "Whites" season In .the Jackson. Block Boring .Head Grinding
vllle area. Cdr. Wilhite also presented Good Conduct Medals imTMOTORCYCLES
and Plane Captain of the Month Awards at the Inspection. R0d Rebuilding *V alv<* Grinding

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--- EDITORIAL ''M: '
Chaplains Message

) 'Y I n f) 5 e r "H P '" : :
/ Votes Count
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Primary "DEATH TO LIFE"by *$"r.N> ,. .

ROMAN CATHOLICSt. Chaplain John A. Abucewicz /;r\ ;;
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'
Keep' an eye on' any primary elections scheduled for your home. world is in the midst of :
state during the coming spring and summer. Study the candidatesand Once more the Christian In the calendar of the followers ; '
Edward's Chapeland solemn time
the issues. Then vote according to your convictions.Far It is a sacred and .
too many people ignore the primaries and vote only in the of Christ. death of the Man
of the since' Naval It Is'a time to remember the
general elections. This is especially true military Hospital foramankind and In atonement
members of the armed forces vote largely by absentee ballot of Sorrows. In Ills compassion
and thus face problems not encountered by the civilians "back SUNDAY MASSES for the sins of the world, sinless though He Himself was, He

home." For one thing, the tyyWtefc at home.fidd it much easierto Hospital - 0630 died on the cross on Calvary as a sacrifice. We commemorate
keep informed about the candidates,, Issues and election dates. St. Edward's that darkest of days, Good Friday, not with a hopeless or des, ...".. ";,
Good ,.1
That Friday was :
Chapel 0900 & 1100 but with a glad sadness.
Military men and women can 'keep abreast 'hos ever, if they make pairing sadness .
because His death meant life for man. .
the effort. .,
,
because without Good '<
DAILY MASSESSt. It Is, therefore, a time for rejoicing also
\V 11 r ;' ..AMBlueprint' Edward's: Friday there could never have been an Easter Sunday. Easter .
Monday thru Friday 1130 means victory the victory over death. Christ promised life
Saturday - - 0900 to all who believed in Him. His promises; are; realized and fulfilled .
For Freedom . \ Naval Hospital: in His Resurrection from the dead. Man's hope to live Is ij;,,'
Friday: - -' - 1205 actualized because of that first Easter Sunday morning. No wonder f.<.;
wonder that man sings loud and clear .
no
that man rejoices; ..
.
CONFESSIONS and joyfully the "Allulia". .
St. Edward's : The Chaplains division takes this opportunity to wish .'All Hands, _

Saturday. - 1900 2000 a Joyful Eastertide.:: : :
: .;,. ,
Sunday - - -0815- -.0845; 4.
'
I ; 1015 1045 ADVANCEMENTS Continued from Page I > : ...\I=r.:.; ,
I Iv Hospital: SundayT0615

Wlshmeyer, R. V. to AE3 To be advanced August 16,1966 ,
CATECHISM CLASSES Wyman, R. A. to AE2 Ardis, C. D. to PHC .*", "* 'j!
Chapel Annex Building 722: :' '; .
Gpvang, B. J. to ADJ2 t :i: .
Saturday's1000 '\ .
e To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966 To be advanced .to September '- .<

N 4 DIVINE SERVICES Baker N. R. to AE2 : 16, J966. '" ... ,' )11''
PROTESTANTAll Brill, C.O. to AEl .. .Nale, K.'R.to' P112FLEET : : ;:::";3, ... ..w-,
In some some states where one party Is dominate, the real Saints ChapelSUNDAY'S Robbins, L. A. to AE1 ,:(
decisions often are made in the primary elections. What Is decided Sperllch, J. L. to AO2 ,' .
there is simply ratified later in the general elections. If Wilson, M. to AEl AIR WNG IF I .%:
0800 - -Holy Communion '
you want to make your ballot 'count, be sure you vote''in the pri 0930 & 1100- -Divine Worship Young B. D. to AE2 To be advanced' May 16, 1966 rv "'
mary. : ,Doepper R. P. to RM3 .
Even where the two major parties are evenly matched, primary SUNDAY' Flores, 1. A. 'to RM2 :.:i. # '
elections are meaningful. Here you have the opprtunityto SqiOOL Weber.G. N. to YN3 -i: "oijj'To
choose the candidates who will represent your patty in the gen- 0931.YCla. el Annex To be advanced Sept. 16, ,1966 ."(;!. ...
eral election. Building 722 Bonner, J. W. to AEC be advanced July 16, 1966 ; >:. ,* '.:
Consult voting officer about primary elections scheduledfor Brodmerkel, E. T. to AEl '
your WEDNESDAY'S Frost: R. to GYN3 ;. t.t.: .. .
your home state. this year. Then read one or more news- Dean, R.E. to AE2 '. "
papers from your home state to 1 keep abreast of candidates and 1900 ?T -CloIr Rehearsal Edwards W. E. to AO2 .' '
issues. Harrison, R. 'to AE2 HFO., ,,: -: ,.
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month To be advanced 16 ,, .
October. ,; '
?
: "
Jf'this calls for a little extra effort, consider It pan of your Howard J. L. to AOC .
responsibilty as a member of the armed forces and an American 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Richter W. L. to AE2 1966 >' ', ,vta ;r.'
citizen. (Small Chapel) Shatzer, G. M. to AO1 Madden M. F. to DK2 4' ; '.;r:;" it i-..;

It's a small price to pay for the privileges you enjoy I \\ ( '11t \;.
U., S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's NATTC PERSONNELTo VP-45 .... ., ''HIII: ;
;- - 1000 .
To be advanced May 16 1966 'f'?
CHORALEERS r" l- ;,x EXTENSIONS' 1 I" be advanced, May 16. 1966 Aills, K.-R.-.to ADJ1 : *; -'. "cam ,,
Continued from page, t ;. Continued- from_ Page Irtwo CECIL FIELD ...Butler.T. H. .toAK3Constantinople '.. ,Akin, T.; A./tei' 'ADJ3 'Hr: .*. 'yJ.;r5 l tvV(
ed In the Cincinnati Conservatory" month extension 'of' active : ','PROTEsTAfirI to SK3 Brewer, K.C. 'to AZC < I1'a: ("
of Music in Cincinnati,Ohio ,have service while 1 month will Today- Fricke, J. B. to MA2 Mcafee, C. F. to ABHtJ".f"-'"
performed on a national be added to those with an EAOS Choir Practice at '7'p.. m. Heldell, B. L. to.ADJ3 Miller R. E. to AME3 : ',' )r' rl

television show in J-ouIsville, between 'July 1 and Aug. 31. ,Sunday- Parrish T. M. to SFP2 Paros, D., A. to ATR2 ; 3\. ,
Kentucky, and have been honored Policy with regard to Naval Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Sandeckl, L. R. to HM2 Powell, L, M. to ADJ3 ... '
guests not, only at high.schools, officers will remain in effectas Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Smith, J. R. to ADJ3 : .< "' -
but at large colleges and universities announced in' ALNAV 45 Communion the first Sunday Snead W. H. to AMS3 .
throughout the eighteen of 1965. Separate policiesfor of the month. To be advanced July 16, '1966 Spears, G. C. to ADJ3 '.
state area. Marine Corps officers Bibbs, I. L. to YN3 Stamanind, A. S. to ADJ1
As a climax to their travels will be in accordance with their CATHOLIC Cole, D. E. to MM2 Williams B. L. to ADJ2 .
last year's group was the guestof directives. Dally- Fondlngsland L to J03'Hendricks J f

the Honorable Norman Win- 11:20 a. m. Mass W. R. to DTI To be advanced June 16, 1966, :

ston, Commissioner of the Announced at the same time Sunday- "' Johnson B. to HMC Cherry, J. C to AE3 "., i;
United States CommissionNewYork was a policy allowing for the Mann, J. B. to AO1 Disalvo, W. R. to ATR2 '. _.
World's Fair. They participated early release of Naval and Ma- 'Con-fessions Ricketts, B. J. to AOC Foster H. E. to AZ2 ,
in the Special Events. rine Corps personnel who Wongler, L. A. to YN2 Hereford, J. H. to AE3 ; '
Program of the United States wish to enroll for the fall college JEWISH/ Marable, S. L. to AE2
Pavilion during the opening week term. The 90 days maximum Call Ext. 311 for informationon To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966 Rosecrans, F. A. to ADJ3 s 1 I
activities and were featured in release shall be applied to normal Jewish Services. Behrendt, W. A. to AOC Trammell, H. A. to ADJ2 .
two one hour concerts representing EAOS as extended by the Winton, R. T. to AMS2 Williams,'R. F. to ADJ3'' ,
Tennessee and Chattanooga provisions of the new .plan, as Traffic Violations 9

area. they now exist or as later modi- The following Is a report of To be advanced July 16, 1966 /**
motor vehicle accidents and To be advanced Sept. 16, 1966 Hunsecker, D. R. to'AX3 '.:?
traffic violations for the period Massey.J. R. to AOC Keener, N. P. to ADJ3 "!,,.
March 29 April 4. Taylor L. C. to ATI Lindsay, D. R. to AMH3 ':'

Number of Accidents Ownbey. R. to AE3 ; ,
INVEST IN THE FUTURE This Week March 29 April Patschull, E. A. to AZ3 ',>'
To be advanced Oct. 16, 1966
4 - -------5 Stile J. L. to AE 3 .
Total Accident this year through Fillpi, A. J. to MM2 Worden, B. L. to AE3
Passavanti, A. M. to YNC
BUYU. April 4, 1966 - -79
Number of Accidents through Patsch, P. A. to SKIVAP62 To be advanced September '

April 1965 - - -75 16, 1966 '
S. SAYINGS BONDS Total number of days since Powell, R. G., to ATR2 ;-' '
last injury in a motor vehicle To be advanced May 16, 1966 1
accident - - -24 Bakker W. A. to AQB2 To be advanced October

.Number of Violations Bell, J. 1. to PT3 f' 16, 1966 .
This Week - - 29 Boehns, J. J. ro AJ2 Baker, G. F. to ADJC ,
Speeding - ------7 Caruso N. V. to AQU2
.. Reckless Driving - -0 Cassey, D. A. to PH3 FLEET INTELLIGENCE .

: X-OR Going through Stop Sign 2 Hall, H.. T. to PT3 CENTER ." {
JTA-X- N' E S
Other Violations - -20 Harrington B. C. to PT3 ,
To be advanced May 16, 1966 'r "
Thirty seven drivers appeared Martin R. C. to ADJ2 .'
before the Traffic Hear- Munley, F. T. to SK3 .
Drinnon W. S. MA2 ...
nlAX' to .
AIRNEWS is a Civilian Board the
Enterprise Newspaper ing at meeting on Myers, L. L. to PT3
distributed each 'Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station April 5. Disposition of the cases Orr,' W. C. to PT3 Fletcher, R. L. to PT3 *

Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a include the following: Six lost Sommise, G. S. to AZ2 Hill, S. R. to RM2 .
Jones, K. F. to PT3 >v >-
pnyafe firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR driving and parking privileges '.
Manary, D. D. to PT3
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office. aboard the station for various To be advanced June 16, 1966 Moffitt, J. P. to PT3. *

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before periods; Six were assigned to TO be advanced July 16, 1966 ,?;
complete eight hour
an Hicks A. N.
to ADJ2
publication. News Stems .
welcomed
for all .
are sources- Barlar L. B. to PN3 .
in remedial
driving
course at
Pharham, J. W. to AK3 .f
Telephone EV 9-7711 '
Ext. 8162.Advertilements'are .
,
NATTC, One was assignedto Saltow, D. L. to YN3 FLEET WEATHER FACILITY I ITo
solicited by the publisher and queries complete a six hour coursein
concerning such should be directed to remedial driving at Jax Police be advanced May 16, 1966 j>

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway Academy; Five received To. be advanced July 16, 1966 .
Jocfctonvllle" Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 :suspensions; Nineteen were given Colic C. E. to PH2 rvy L. A. to RM2 5
warnings; Five dismissed; Prine, J. W. to PH3 Quinn, C. G. to RM2
VOL. '24 NO. 2 April 7. 1966 Three fined .( U. S. Com- Russell, D. G. to PH2 To be advanced July 16, 1966 j
missioner); ,and Seven referredto Stephens, M. E. to ADJ1 Bevans T. D. to AG2 '
commanding officers'for possible Valderama W. D. to SD2 Dobbs, A. D. to AG3.

' sciglinar\ .:actidn.! Willis D. R. to PHC To be advanced August 16,1966Page
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AIr Force Unit Navy Relief Training Co.rsl .1


tr At Jax Joins.

A 14th Air ForceGUNTER Offered To Local Volunteers

4 AFB. ALA -
Getting out in the field is not
Force
Air
The United States
located a matter of looking over the cot- Marine Corps stations throughoutthe
679th l Radar Squadron at United States
during the
ton to Miss Elaine Scammahornof
of the
NAS Jax. became a pan "
coming
year.
activated 14th Air Forceon Washington.The
] newly
attractive Miss Scamma- For further Information call
-
I1F4Iw Friday April lwhenasweeporganization
of the Air horn is a field representative for the Navy Relief 'Society office
M Defense re Command took place. the Navy Relief Society and located in Building 953, base
'. getting out in the field, to her, extension 737 or 389 5308,
t. of the 14th Air
Commander new
... II-
,
.. ., :t. ..;' ,.\ ..>.,'"" .,.""_''.,, .,...1-V1....,..1\.11 \ Force will be Maj. Gen. JamesB. means traveling to Navy and Ma- or call Mrs. Mary Gales chair-
--,. stations all of volunteer at 389-
: rines Corps over man women
will
.. .
.. and
,I .. *: I Tipton headquarters .
the nation to conduct training 7711 extension 8645.ELAINE
,
1 Gunter Ala.
be located AFB
t it at .
,
.. ', ." 'I" ",") ,t' ) General Tipton a combat pilotin courses for volunteer' workers.She ,'"!I' ; ',
Q $ 1.i" ,' J, will be in Jacksonville for .r .,
: ; ( 0'' : both World War II and the ,
"
w ,I' that conducting the
,1. ?\ Korean War is presently the purpose ,
IT .. ,.,1/1.,., .. Ja' commander of the 32d NORAD four week course at the
NAS Jax Auxiliary.
Region at Gunter AFB.
IN RECOGNITION. .Mrs. King S. Fortson accepts an Inscribed Among the actions in the ADC The three hour periods are.to
station plaque from Capt. J. R. Mackroth, HAS Jax reorganization will be the de- be held each Wednesday and
Commanding Officer, at a luncheon held upon her retirement.Mrs. activation of the 13d Air Divisionat Friday morning from' April 20
Fortson has served as Executive Secretary of .Navy. Relief Tyndall' AFB Fla. and its through May 13.
Looking more like 'society
mission absorbed into the 14th
Society since 7952.
should mean dances and parties
Air Force; the Montgomery Air
Defense Sector will be desig- instead of volunteer work the
nated the 32d Air Division; and attractive Miss Scammahorn
Navy Relief Society Honors the Oklahoma 'City Air Defense holds a very responsible Job with
x
Sector will become the 31st'Air headquarters of the organi .

Division.The new 14th Air Force hasa zations.Although she is only been on' t
Retired Executive SecretaryA famed historical background the job since September Miss J JI
dating back to World War, II Scammahorn is well qualifiedas
luncheon held, Welfare. known an instructor. Prior to her }
was last partment of Public when the unit was as
week at the NAS Jax Officer's Upon joining Navy Relief in the "Flying Tigers." present position, the Universityof
Club in honor of Mrs. KingS. 1952 she continued to render The unit served in combat Colorado graduate was a tea- I
Fortson who retired after 14 Invaluable service both to the against the Japanese operating cher at the Air Force Aca-
years as Executive Secre- society and the Navyman and primarily in China, until the end demy High School Colorado
tary of the Navy' Relief his family. As Executive Secretary of World War H.. The head- Springs and more recently was
Society. she supervised all the quarters was movedtotheUnitedStates employed as a procedures anal- SCAHMAHORM
Capt. J. R. Mackroth Commanding case work and supervised office -. in December 1946 and inactivated yst for a group hospitalization.
firm in Washington.The
Officer of NAS and personnel and their training.In January 6. 1946.
Capt. W. S. Baker Jr, Commanding other capacities,she worked Reactivated, May 24, 1946 period of instruction will
Officer of the Naval ,very closely with the Executive the 14th Air Force was assigned Include various aspects of Navy
Hospital were among the many Vice President of the society who first to the Air Defense Commandand Relief work. The course will
friends and oo workers on is usually the station commandIng later in 1948 ,to the Con- be taught in Building 501,
hands for the occassion. Capt. officer. tinental, Air Command whereit Naval Air Technical Training r s "ri
and
Mackroth presented Mrs.Fortson Mrs. Fortson also encouragedthe supervised reserve Center. Classes will, begin at
with a plaque that was inscribed training of volunteer ,wives national guard activities until its 9 a.m. on April 20. All those
"In recognition for, faithful who work for Navy Relief on last inactivation in September, interested in the Navy Relict
service as Executive Secretary various projects.. These volunteers 1960. program are invited to'.tteoo.', ,'\t'1,1', '
Navy Relief Auxiliary,NAS Jack: wives of both officers and Previous locatibps ,iof" the tt ."
sonville." She ; headquarters for the '14th'' Air Miss fccammahorn is one .'CJ 'he is
also received a enlisted men donate their time -
I Yen
Force have been at''Ktm1r 1ina. four field representatives who ,
silver cigarette, box from her to assist on case work, serve '"
'' '
office workers. 'as'' receptionists or utilize their China; Peishiyi China Ft.Lawton ,will be giving the course for '\
Service to the,public, whether talents in making articles for Wash; Orlando AFB, Fla. volunteer:'women at Naval and'
.A civilian or military has been the layette program. and Robbins AFB Ga. <<
very prominent' In Mrs. Fortson's Mrs. Fonson makes her homein The realignment of the Air WESCONNEnFURNITURE
life as before accepting Jacksonville as does her son. Defense Command is in con- flq .
her position with Navy Relief She does not plan to take another sonance with the changing ;
she worked for the Florida De- position since her retirement. emphasis of the major threat to Co. Q
bombers to ballistic missiles and
I overall improvements being
made to the air defense weapons 3326 Vescowiett Bard Ia& lit"
I Buy Savings Bonds | control system.'Reorganization.
will also include NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW .
the North American Air DESKS

Defense Command and will coincide New& Used TV SETS
of I I'YheGHOSTahd
with acquisition an
I improved back up interceptor New& Used FURNITURE II
: control system known as FREIGHT SALVAGE I
BUIC. The improved BUIC sys-
_, r_ BARGAINS GALOREI
tem is a dispersed,, automated
weapons control system which COME IN AND BROWSE i}
coupled with the semi-automated ,

ground environment system of HOURS: 9 A.M. 7 P.M. MR.O1ffN'TECHNICOLOfe .
: SAGE will increase' flexibility PHONE: 7710750Eisy
of the manned bomber defense;
and give greater assurance Credit! Teras :
that sufficient air defense
i 1 'q capability will survive a ballistic
missile attack to effectively
fr. counter the manned bomber SAVE, .

; threat.Within NORAD changes include FRED DAVSBlJIm.PONTIAC

realignment of the six
numbered NORAD regions into
four geographically. designated MC TRUCKS
to regions. OMEN COVI SPRINGSPRECISION
Reorganization of the Air

__ A J _J. Defense Command will parallel -

INSPECTION. ., .Cdr. A. W. Wilhite, Commanding Officer of the the continental NORAD structure United States.within

Light Photographic 'Squadron 'Sixty-Two, Inspects his squadron
on the first day of the "Whites" season In the Jackson Block Boring Head Grinding
ville area. Cdr. Wilhite also presented Good Conduct Medals/ grnTM0T0RCYCLES
and Plane Captain of the Month Awards at the Inspection. Rod Rebu ilding +tiai &jjjfag

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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


Ii More Reports From Operation Jack Stay -Radm.- Ward Heads



: WITH TilE SEVENTH FLEET, The pilots also reported a large of Operation Jack Stay, expended I
April 4 Navy pilots struck.39 number secondary explosions. 135 five-inch rounds at VC targets Command InViet Nam
targets while flying 37 missionsover Other damage reports from returning Air spotter reported ex-
North Vietnam Sunday, in pilots include 3 bridges cellant target coverage.
their heaviest flying day over destroyed and 5 damaged;8build Also in the in Corps area, SAIGON, April 1 General river operations. The first
North Vietnam since the resumption ings destroyed and 9 damaged; the destroyer USS Richard S. W. C. Westmoreland announced units of a new class of boats
of air_ attacks early this 4 automatic weapons positions Edwards fired 115 five inch today the establishment of a new designated PBR (Patrol Boat
'year. destroyed and 4 damaged; 2 rounds at VC observation posts major U. S. Pacific Fleet Com- River) arrived in South VietNam.in .
A-4 Skyhawks and F-8 Cru- watercraft destroyed and 4 dam- An air spotter reported excel- mand In,South VietNam am head- late March and are currently
saders from the Seventh Fleet aged; 2 storage areas destroyed; lent target coverage and abody ed by' Rear Admiral NorvellG. fitting out These units
attack carrier USS Hancock 2 secondary:! fires and 7 road count by friendly f o r ce s in the Ward USN, COMNAVFORV are expected to become opera-
struck the Tr a I Dua Supply Depot, and:! bridge approach craterlngs. area confirmed 8,VC killed. will exercise operational control tional in early April
AO r! miles south of Vlnh, with In-country aircraft from the Firing for the first time in for COMUSMACV over Also under the command of
500 pound bombs. The pilots Seventh Fleet attack carrier USS the Republic was the guided mis- virtually all naval forces in COMNAVFORV are the logistics
reported,, destroying eight build Kitty Hawk flew 109 strike< sorties sile destroyer USS Berkeley, the the Republic of South Viet Nam. agents Naval Support Activity,
ings and damaging ,several more. against. Viet Cong targetsin ship fired 188 five-inch roundsat Admiral Ward will also serveas Da Nang and Headquarters Support -
A large Junk. was attacked by the.11th, lllth, and 1st corps VC positions, trenches and Naval Component Commander Activity, Saigon.
Skyhawks from the.Seventh Fleet areasSunday.The bivouac areas In the II Corps for General Westmoreland,Com The 30th Naval Construction
attack carrier USS Enterprise.The Navy airman struck VC area. Air spotter reported 4 mander, Military Assistance Regiment is composed of six
target, on the coast 32-miles Troop concentrations and posi- structures destroyed and 5 damaged Command, Viet Nam. Seabee battalions and Is located InI
south of Thanh Hoa, was com- tions, and provided close air sup Berkeley's] only previous Previous to this time, the corps. .
pletely destroyed by 500-pound port for friendly ground opera- gunfire support in Vietnam was MACV Naval Assistance Com- Rear Admiral Ward came to
bombs, Zuni rockets and 20 mm tions.A provided March 14,when she took ponent Commander responsible- Viet Nam from Washington,
cannon fire. forward air controller reported under:! fire North Vietnamese ies had been held by Lieutenant D. C., where he had served
A-I Skyraiders from Hancock, 32 structures destroyed, shore batteries during a search- General Lewis W. Walt, successively as head. of the
dropping 500-pound bombs, sanka 47 damaged, 3 concrete bunkersand and-rescue mission near Hon Me USMC, Commanding General, Navy Plans Section and lateras
junk South of Thanh Hoa. The 2 sampans destroyed, and Island. HI MAF in Da Nang. assistant for war gaming mat
reported that a smaller numerous hits on many trenches. Rear Admiral Ward established ters In the office of the Deputy
junk at the same location was Kitty Hawk aircraft flew 47 The third guided missile destroyer the new command in Chief of Naval Operations (Plans

sunk by a direct 500-pound bomb of their sorties in support of operation Sunday to fire USS in the Lynde' Republic Mc- ceremonies held aboard the and Policy). He Is a.graduateof
was
hit.Hancock 'Jack Stay in the Rung market time escort ship USS the Naval .Academy class of
Cormick. McCormick fired
Skyhawks and Crusa- Sat special zone in the 111 corps 72 Lowe moored at the Vietnamese 1935, a 1953 graduate of the National -
ders also hit the Bal Thuong area. five-inch rounds at VC TV structures Navy headquarters pier in Saigon .War: .College Washington. .
and in the
Corps
sampans D. C.
petroleum-oil-lubricant storage Off shore 4 Seventh Fleet Harbor. '
area. Air reported 1
25 miles spotter Rear. Admiral Wardismarrted'to
area west-northwest ships provided gunfire supportIn '
structure destroyed and 5 structures -
of Thanh Hoa. Two buildingswere the Ilth, 111th AND Nth corps and 3 Forces which will be under the former Elizabeth Ann
destroyed, a road network areas Sunday. sampans damaged. the operational control of Com- Kearney of Roanoke, Va. They
throughout the area was cut, and The guided missile destroyerUSS mander, U. S. Naval Force call Annapolis Md. their home.
In late from
.two flak sites were destroyed. Robinson firing in support reports Saturday, Viet Nam include: Coastal Sur-
the Seventh Fleet '
destroyers veillance Force; River Patrol
I'
Rupertus and USS Hopewell along
Force; Harbor Defense Forces '
; .
furniture 40% with Robinson provided gunfire Naval Support Activity Da.Nang
I support in'the Republic Rupertus Headquarters Support Activity
;
,; / si. (U./N/ fired 179 five-Inch'' rounds at Saigon and the 30th Naval Con-
VC targets in the ni and IV struction Regiment.In .
I Corps areas. air spotters reported -. assuming command of U.S.
Appliances I 10% 5 structures and 2 sampans Naval ForcesVietnamAdmiral
I 1
and 3 bunkers
destroyed; 10 Ward
retained the position of
ABOVE COST
and 2 dam-
structures sampans Chief, Naval ,Advisory Group,
aged. a post he has held since May
Chain Store Prices Beat Here ; 1965. He also retains com-

Hopewell fired 180 rounds of mand of the Coastal Surveillance
five-Inch ammo at VC structures ''Force. whose operations are called
and troop .concentrations: in theI "Marl< t, 'TlnTe" and 'of the
4 I / Corps area?" 'An air spotter River: Patrol Force' whose'operations

reported 21 structures destroyedand have been named..
47 damaged. He 'also' reported "Game Warden( :"
Appliance Company that some VC squads were Rear ,Admiral Ward has served \
caught in the open; he commented in the capacity' of;Commander I CANT PE SURE
6015 Blandins "real nice one salvo hitright'Were Coastal Surveillance' CHIEF..BUT. I THINK L'
Phone 771 9292 a bunch of them went. Force since July ,30. 1965 YOU'VE GOT MEASLfS/
If you didn't get them\ they sure when the command of Market
Salvage! Appliances AvailableExcltemcntclin have a headache.! Time Operations: shifted from
the Seventh Fleet i to UAOJ.
Robinson, firing in support of The River Patrol Force
'. operation Jack Stay, hit various was activated on December: 18, STOP
Paul 5 4 VC targets with 14 five-inch 1965 with four LCPSs (Landing :!-
rounds. Air sp'otter reportedone Craft Patrol, large) which AT THE
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Newman ) Like recoilless .rifle positiondes- were engaged fn development ;
( : troyed:' of tactical 'doctrine for future .
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Little' Theatre" NARTU News & Views I

I I-NA'
hi
Organized By
d' The SceneA Lcdr.; Ray S.,Hood, a Weekend he catches the weekly airlift from
Warrior Flyer with VS741 Orlando to attend drills with
NATTC Sailors; of NARTU Jax, also pilots a crop NARTU Jax.
fishing derby is being spon- on Crescent Lake and the.largest dusting aircraft part .- time. Ralph Parker, YNCS, of
sored by NATTCs Aviation one weighed three pounds. Lcdr. Hood, a band instructorfor NARTU Jax," has recently
Ordnance School starting April Chief B. J. Trexler, AO"A" "With musicals, comedies or the St. Lucie County Boardof returned from five weeks of
1st and continuing to midnight Instructor, caught five red mysteries in mind, or whateverelse Instruction, is crop dustingin training at the CPO Academy
April 30th. A new contest will bass and five catfish on dead the general public may seemto a plane he learned to fly in aboard the Pensacola Naval Air
begin the first day of each month shrimp in the St. Johns River. want as its ultimate goal, when he entered the Navy in December Station.
and end at midnight the last Sgt. D, W. Pringle AO "A" 'The Showtimers', a new base 1942.Reporting. This CPO 'Training Program
day of the,,month. Instructor and.his fishing party and theatrical organization" will try to NAS Pensacola, began at Pensacola' in 1959 and
All military personnel from caught 50 Groupsers on worms produce them, said Trea- Fla., for pre flight he was then includes instruction in Naval
this area, including Cecil Field in Lake Guna. surer, RonNelson, SANATTC( ) sent to NAS Memphis, Tenn, history and tradition, military
and Mayport are eligible to par- Harold and Hazel Beihoffer tills week. where he received flight trainingin justice, public speaking and
ticipate. Both salt water fish and caught 25 specks and 4 basson "The Showtimers," he con- the Stearman N2C which he administration.Chief .
freesh water fish may be en- plastic worms at Lake tinued, "were created to fill now flys as a crop duster. Parker found the studiesin
tered.. Prizes will be given George.The what seemed to be a void aboard, Upon completion of flight communism and world politics -
for the largest fish caught each fish finally got their NAS." "With the exceptionof training Lcdr. Hood reported especially interesting.
month. revenge as they pulled Chief a players group which operated to San Diego, Calif., as a pan Finishing eight in the class,
For particulars, call Chief J. Neglia in the water I for a short time around of Air Group Five. During this Parker competed against 56
Segar at Ext. 547. S '1963, there has been nothing for time he operated the TBF "Av- other chief petty officers. ..
Several reports have already Class 602 took the honorsas the person interested in dramato enger" torpedo bomber.
come In from several fishing AE "A" honor class for the join and meet those with the Lcdr. Hood has over 3,000 GSS .
camps. week of March 28. J. W. Wiley same interests," he Added flight hours in the Stearman and
Chief C. V. Beck AO"B" AA, of class 542, was the presently flys the plane for the NARTU Jax's VS741 has,
Instructor, reported from his AE "A""honorman. The new drama group is looking Nelson Crop Dusting Service. a new CPO In its ranks. HowardF.
camp on Lake Harding that his AO "A", class 603A won for more than on stage Residing In Ft. Pierce, Flag Wolfe, AOC, of Jacksonville,
party ,caught 150 specks, the the honor class competition in actors and actresses. Military with his wife and three children donned the hat, April 2. _
largest of which was 2 3/4 AO School. Ray Ramirz, AA, or civilian personnel and their
pounds, a bass which weighed of class 606 "A" was the AO dependents who have had
1 1/4 pounds, and several caught "A" honorman. experience, or who would like
fish on live minnow Congratulation to these stu- to learn the fundamentals of lighting
Chief W. S. Riebling, AO"B" dents and classes, for a job well or set design are also need
leading chief, caught two bass don*I ed.

I HOSPITAL. Nelson' urged interested personnel -
NOTESLABORATORY NATTC, and Mainside
regardless of past theatrical experience \
SERVICE: The the organism is known!: the doc- to attend "The Show-
Laboratory Service of the Naval tor is able to prescribe medi- timer's" next meeting. I IAUMtlc
Hospital is a very busy place. cations which will effectively N ,
Here are carried out an averageof combat the specific disease pro- Currently the meetings are !
320,000 laboratory procedures cess. held in King Hall on the first
every year.' These tests, In the Chemistry Section of and third Monday of each monthat
if performed elsewhere, would the Laboratory it is determined 7 p.m. A production workshop
cost in the neighborhood of one whether or not the proper chemi- Is preceded by a business
and one half million dollars. cal elements are in your sys- meeting.
The laboratory is divided into tem in the normal amounts.
several, sections including hematology In histopathology, tissue that has Nelson concluded by saying }.
blood bank, serology, been surgically removed is pro- that much of the credit for the ru E
bacteriology, parasitology cessed and microscopically analyzed formation of the group'should
chemistry, urinalysis, cytology, for tumors or other dis- be given to"The Showtimer's"
histopathology, radio isotopes, eased conditions. President, Bob Kranz DT3.
and research. You may ask what The section of Cytology deals CROP DUSTER. .' .LcJt."R." ,'X. Hood, a W..Jt' nW Warrltr.wf A
his I the' function of these special, with the detection of .cancer in VJ-747; e.tl''.raady '*> 'board: his:'Stamen N26! that ft*'u'..,
areas 'in the laboratory. Well,: Its early stages through micro- ,for crop ousting.' > .
hematology is the section where analysis, of: "PAP" and other TRYOUTS {
blood ,is analyzed, both microscopically .type smears. This is about 'J
and electronically. In the only method for the detection Tryouts for an All -, Base
the blood band, blood is drawn of cancer that allows Talent Show will'be held today ATTENTION
from donors specifically identified the best chance for ,the recov- and tomorrow at King Hall,Blda.
and stored for future use. ery of the patient. In the Radio 563 at 7:30. :BleLZidLlrtg TDezixxeoo103rJeftI
If you would care to see some Istopes section, blood volumecan The rehearsals are open to both SERVICE, STATION '
real bighearted individuals, be easily determined by Injection Mainside and NATTC personnel -
visit our photo gallery of gal of a radio active whether active or retired, MfcfTe "
Ion blood donors.Bacteriology substance into the blood stream, their dependents and civilians
and parasitologyare and obtaining a measurement with working in either Command. CItwCssu Ills
the sections where the, very special Geiger counters. Participants should bring any
organisms causing infections are All of the Sections of the Lab- theatrical props or equipment AN OK Mtttwry ,.,t. EfiBfbyt Frto4c. '.
identified. Here, samples are oratory are staffed by completely which would normally be usedin
taken of different excretions dedicated highly-trained their act. Premium Quality Gat At
troin patients and transferredto specialists and technicians whose The Talent Show Is tentatively f
special plates where the primary function is to aid scheduled for 'Saturday April DISCOUNT '
organism is enabled to grow the Medical Officer In the 30. PRICES
and multiply so that it can be diagnosis and treatment of disease '
more easily identified. After / .. ft.TiM-ep Off Sptcldiy


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For Military At JU

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The sessions will be held at Clements of th. Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce while his IICII, Slicks Puss Fktr s.Hts81G
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the Jewish Community Center, wife look on. Littleton was selected to represent HAS Jan
'3731 Hendricks Avenue at as the Jaycees "Service man of the Month". Under this new CHIEF 'WE
Emerson Road, at 8:30 every program the Jaycees will honor on. serviceman each month : CO.

begicLng.Thursday evening April 21.for For 10 weeks fur- from on*' of the..three stations NAS',Jax, Cecil ,fl.ld.Md. 54.uIIo..Jy, <2I. /MS.V./. .2909. ,..". ".$J.Vet. I
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I U I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News





Agencies Mist Establish, Maim ai I
IIO&R Employee Gets $370 For Ingenuity

Positive Eqwa! Opportunity Program I
: When the Overhaul and Repair needed to impart proper motionto crash program,Mr.Bendenbaugh
Department, Naval Air Station, items being welded in the designed and his shop fabricateda has made beyond opportunity beyondthe
Jacksonville, was faced with an completely satisfactory eccentric President Johnson of the door.
five We
foot diameter eight foot table in four working the Civil Service Commission opening
long vacuum chamber of the recently for the Federal Equal need to insure the achieve-
The responsible
hours.
urgent need for a deviceto days using 200 man
acquired ment, not just the promise, of
space age Opportunity pro-
Employment
provide an eccentric motionto cost of materials, labor and
Electron Beam Welder. rnissionof making equal employment opportunityfor
with the
electron beam gram
parts being factory overhead totaled$2,100. Americans."
The Navy had a pressing demand Government a showcase of all
The its
Navy got magnesium
welded, Mr. achievements
FredBendenbaugh, for repaired magnesium equal opportunity and a model Although of
wheels without (
machines branch supervisor, offered urtherdelayandthe Negroes and other minority
aircraft wheels for which the deep 0 & R Department was saved for other employers.In
to design and build one penetrating properties of the 12800.00 issuing Executive Order groups during the past four years
locally. The alternative was to Electro Beam Welder offeredthe Mr. Bedenbaugh subsequentlywas 11246, the President abolishedthe have been Impressive, Chairman -
wait two months for factory delivery only successful repair te- awarded $370.00 under the President's Committee on Mart said"The need is
I of a 14900.00 mechanism chinique. Working overtime in a Beneficial Suggestion Program. Equal Employment Opportunity, for ]leadership and supervision
i which had coordinated the pro- through a nationwide organization -
gram to abolish discriminationbased for motivation and
the Bond
Get on WagonU. on race, creed, color, or guidance and inspection of
national origin, and placed the personnel processes in the field
S. Savings Bonds offer opportunities Federal employment part of the service where the great majorityof
for investment, retirement program under CSC. The changewas the Federal work force is
and education, the one of a number approvedby and -, probably most important -
Treasury Department's Savings the President on the recommendation of all the needis
Bond Division points out. of Vice President for re thinking and re -
Series E Bonds are one of Humphrey for a realignmentof directing our traditional concepts -
the world's best ways to save, civil rights responsibilitiesamong of merit employment
Z nF a top investment, too. They Federal agencies.The toward the challenge' of equal
offer safety,liquidity,guaranteed new order directs agency rights.
rate, automatic extension privi- heads to establish and maintaina Mr. Macy outlined the basic
lege, and special:; tax advantages. "positive program" of equal directions' of Government's effort -
Series E and H Bonds makea opportunity for all Federal employees and the approach to carryit
hard-to-beat combination for and applicants for Fed- out: ((1)) A renewed attackon
augmenting retirement income. eral Jobs and vsts CSC with prejudice itself with the
Every dollar works for you.Tail- responsibility of providing lead- of eradicating every vestige
'" or your own plan. Start any ership and reviewing pro- from the Federal service; ((2)a )
.
vY -- ; time. gress in this area. painstaking reappraisal of Gov
'\ '" ", Savings Bonds 'are' an ideal CSC is directed to set ernment's and
r-ri- .... t up job structure em-
J
means of saving for education, procedures for "prompt ployment practices with
t'" .: dependable way to be ready for fair, and impartial considerationof with the goal of providing en-
...;;; college bills when your child is all complaints of discrimination trance and advancement op-
FRED BEDEHBAUGH (left), machines branch supervisor, ready for college. in Federal hlrings and pro- portunities that fulfill the
O&R Department, demonstrates locally manufactured eccentric For more information, writeU. motions. The rules will include fair expectation of more of the
motion welding table to Melvin M. Carroll, electron beam S. Savings Bond Division, at least one review within the economically and educationally

welding machine operator. Treasury ington, D. C.Department 20226. Wash- agency involved and a final appeal disadvantaged; ((3)' a new em-
to CSC.
phasis on training'and upgrading
Labor Department has assumed employees already on the rolls-
responsibility for the with the goal of removing from
other funcions previously coordinated the system any feature that
by the former' com- discriminates ,against; full participation -
r mittee. by minority employees.He .
"The main goal of America also called for ((4)) com-
w a in this decade Is the fulfillment munity involvement in which
of human rights," said CSC Government participates with

_______ Chairman John W. Macy, Jr. other employees, schools, and
"And after moe than 20 other public and private groups in
years the leadership' for nondiscrimination -' cooperative action to improve
and equal opportunity employment opportunities for
in Government employ- minority groups and other dis-
ment has shifted from a suc- advantaged citizens; and ((5))
cession of Presidential committees new appra
to the Commission." new approaches in the adminis

President Johnson describedthe tration of _the program, Includ-
milestone when he said, "ft ing .new positive action regulations -
is not enough just to open the ,
a positive program
gates of 'opportunity, All of headed by each agency head, anda
::14:14ARBOLES" our citizens must have the ability new management''' Information
to walk through those gates." system.
"This is the next and most
profound stage of the battle
for civil rights not just equality -
as a right and a theory, o

but a result.equality" as a fact and as "JOIN THE TEAM

Thus the goal, is equal results MBYsAw4G STEAM"
said Mr. Macy "And the
THE milestone f is the need to move



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I *MfYaAshUs9 Navy Families T


Urged To Give

Koufax and Drysdale signed I
pay.
f.Angles their contracts Dodgers with the Los i Ken Shafer, YN3 "These To GoodwillAs
last week<: men are not playing baseball
after a 32 day holdout, which i for glory; [it f' most Navy families know 4 I
has caused considerable com when the time comes to move
happens to be \
ment among players and mana their means of ____ I there is often excess clothing,
gement.US' The "If Ya Aks survival. When_______ }, furniture, and small items that ,
reporter asked NAS J ax a man in our L;;, .__ they do not wish to pack. Such
personnel "What do youeach society does__ r j"'1 items are often thrown out and
.think about the reported sal his job ,. serve no useful purpose for any- y
ary received? Do you think than better'I., .. 4 one.Robert
their "two man" entry could is likewise rewarded SHAFER L. Heath, Executive
preclude other players uniting for his efforts better than Director for Goodwill Industries! ,
for contract negoiations?" those who are not as ambitious. has suggested a means by which tit s
Frank R. McCaffrey, NAS Jax Because of this 1 believe that Navy families can dispose of
Athletic Director Koufax and it Is not anybody's business how these excess items and help 1 ,
Drysdale, with much Koufax and Drysdale earn,'' others in the process.If n tkn
their success these items were donatedto

last year and Phillip Jobe, PH3 "It seems Goodwill instead of being discarded -
continued outstanding inconsiderate to their fellow they would provide
abI1'ityinthegame- '\ players because employment, training and rehabilitation -
an In- for the.handtcapped,
are entitled to Jury to their Goodwill Industries is a
every consid- person would U. non-profit organization which'
eration possiMCCAFFREY leave another helps the handicapped help them FOUR YEAR-OLD Alan Nogoo, 1966 Notional Easter 'Seal
ble. As long as they maintain player to pitchin selves. One large bag of contributed Child, shows Seaman Johana L. Kaapana and Sgt. 1st Class
a level of clothing will provide four
championship calibre their ,
place
!
; Itsuo Tomita some of the $21,400 In coins taken from the
and continue to draw the crowds and for less __: hours of work for a handicapped
for some financial success by the money. They JOSE person. wfsh/ng well// In Luray Caverns, Vo. and given to the 1966

other players and teams In the are making baseball a cold cash Understanding and supporting Easter Seal Campaign. The 840,722 coins were gathered overa
leagues, their requests and final business instead of a sport." this segment of society is an flve-year period In the caverns 260 feet underground. i
arrangement are deemed justi- Jim Glenn, SA "What do integral part of community life.
fied. they like better Individual or family contributions
money or base-
Reginald Panquerne, PH3 In ball? Ameri will do much to provide continued

my opinion players.are smart to ca's national ,:':: employment for 120 handicapped
hold out past time persons in Northeast Florida. WesconnettFlorist
should not Navy personnel who wish to
much as andH1.receive : change its contribute articles to Goodwill
can. As far ways to make Industries can do so by. calling
getting just money. I 389-0383.

players to r ..:.\, ,...; don't think this W-V _.?
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the samewell, Us w. Wlr Flowers
look JJ creating the GLENN IT'S NOT us
what hapPAHQUERHE right interest in toe game. Why
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PassoverServices
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\ By Marge BeauchampNow

I'r A high point In the religious that spring is here can and the thing they end up killing
calendar of Roman Catholics, summer be far behind? And with is their own comfort. Of
Protestants, and Jews. is the the family all together for course you want to dress
celebration of Holy Week by Easter, this is the perfect timeto neatly, but slacks are generally
Christians and the celebrationof start planning your summer accepted on today's highways.
Passover by Jews. vacation. Cut your wardrobe list to
In observance of these holi- Whether you are planning a the bone, and then cut it again.
days services will be held at travel agency's triparoundtheworld The extra packing space you have
NAS Jax for Roman Catholicsand or a week end Jauntto at the beginning of your trip
Protestants. While the base Weekie Watchie to join the will come In handy for sou-
does not provide Jewish services live mermaids make sure that veniers and other tid bits
there are many Jewish Passover your advance arrangements will you always pick up on a vaca-
services held in the Jacksonvillearea. avoid the inconviencies that can tion.Pay
turn a much looked forward to special attention to the
r / a Following is a schedule of all holiday into a nightmare. footwear you choose. Don't take
services to be held at NAS Jax Anytime you discuss your trip, along brand new shoes no matter
DURING A RECENT v/s/t.to Jacksonville, Mrs. Anele Robertson and the Jacksonville area: insure that you have a pad and how comfortable they may look.
(second from left), National President/ of the Ladies Au- Roman Catholic Mass will pencil handy. Write downevery "Broken in" footgear of pro-
xiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association, toured the facilities be held today for Holy thing that is said. You won't ven comfort is what you need
of the Naval/ Hospital, and met with Capt. W. 'S. Baker, Thursday, All Saint's Chapel at regt'et It. First list everythingthat for a busy holiday.
for Good be accomplished priorto Take along a camera, and
,. 5:30 p.m. Scheduled must
Jr. Officer. Accompanying Mrs. Robertson
Commanding was Friday (April 8)) is the Stationsof departure. Have the car don't be afraid to use it. Thisis
r Mrs. Paula Miller (left) past Nat'l/ President/ and Mrs. Kay the Cross and Meditation at checked make necessary re- the easiest and least expensive -
Lancaster (right), President'of Unit 91. Seven Last Words from noon to servations shopping that must be way there is for keep-
1 a.m. Liturgical services and done etc. Keep this list ing your vacation memories.It .
National LAFRA President Holy Communion will begin at handy and add to it as new is not necessary that you
5:30 p.m. Confessions will be things occur to you. indulge In expensive photographic -
heard on Saturday from 6-8 p.m, A list should contain the equipment to have good
Visits Local Jax Unit #91The Mass will be heard on Easter names of friends and:! relatives snapshots. A good box camera
Sunday a 6:30 a.m. at the Naval you would like to visit on and a roll of film will do the
National President of the affairs attended by members of Hospital Chapel; at {Si 1 a.m. in St. your trip. Insure that you get trick, so don't leave this Important -
Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet all the local Branches and:! )Units. Edwards Chapel and a High Mass in touch with each of them item behind.
Reserve Association recently During the visit she met with will be heard at 11 a.m. prior to departure. A surprise If you schedule your' trip
made a three day visit to Jacksonville ,Capt. W. S. Baker, Jr., Com- Protestant In additionto visit to a friend might put you correctly and make the nec-
at the invitation of the manding Officer of the Naval the Holy Week devotional ser- on the receiving end of the essary advance arrangementsto
local LAFRA Unit 91. ,Hospital, for a tour of that facility vice held today from 12:15- surprise for there Is a good insure that all will go smoothly -
While here, Mrs. AneleRobert- Later that afternoon she 12:45 a.m., there are two other chance they might not be your vacation will assuredlybe
; son was the guest of Unit 91 was made an honorary citi- services slated for Maundy home an an even better chance' a success.
.t. and was honored *r several zen of Jacksonville in the officeof Thursday. A Holy Communionfor that they have made other plans SOCIAL
Y Mayor Ritter. Episcopalians will be heldat and arrangements for the time BITSA
As National President Mrs. 4:30 p.m., while Protestant you have scheduled your visit. workshop washeld recentlyat
CHURCH OF CHRIST Robertson has as a project this Holy Communion will begin at Buy a gift for each person the home of Mrs. P. P.
5223 W sconett Blvd. year "Eyes for the Blind" 7:30 p.m. you intend to visit and invest ina Bolwer at which time the VP7
Near NAS and during her visit she showed Good Friday service tomorrow few small "Just in case" wives worked on posters for
Just Off Timuquano Rd.SUNDAYS films of the project. will be conducted from noon gifts as well. These small the Magnolia Ball. The workers
This was a fasttrip through the to 1 a.m. considerations will make you a were Mrs. W. D. Toole Mrs.D. .
: southeast for Mrs. Robertson On Easter Sunday there will much more welcomed guest when C. Bailey, Mrs. E. A.
r trt"'';! : 10:00: A. M. Bible Study who will make several stops be a Sunrise Serivce at the AllSaint's you return in 1967. Breland Mrs. D. W. Kellerman.
j :.I.; 'iII. 11:00: A. M. Worship before arriving in the San Diego Chapel beginning at 5:30 Another Important vacation 'and Mrs. 'W.'G. Kelley. This
6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS area for Easter with the a.m.I'Ah Episcopal Holy Com- list is clothing. First determine is'the 15th annual dinner dance
x : National Financial Secretary. munion is slated for 8 a.m., 'the various activities you will Magnolia Ball at NAS Jax.
,' Accompanying Mrs. Robertson while divine worship services engage in during the trip and The theme for this year's eventis
: 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week'Service while Jacksonville were Mrs. will be held at' 9:30 a.m. and plan your wardrobe accordingly. "Magnolia Ball In a Japanese
Church Phone SP 15015Minister Kay Lancaster,President of Unit 11 a.m. Sunday School classes Keep it casual. It is amazinghowmany Garden." Tickets went on sale
Phone SP 1-2646 91, and Mrs. Paula Miller, Past will be' at 9:30 a.m. and Youth travelers "dress to kill" _for event April 1.
I National President. Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. S ," ,.. .,
I Jewish The Congregation :.' ":..
Ahavath Chesed (Reform) will .. ,
hold services for the Close of
Passover on Sunday, April 10,
$0'r at 8 p.m., and on Monday A- k
pril 11, Yizkor Memorial Services ?
will be at 11 a.m. t ..r"i'
The Jewish Center synagogue
(Conservative) has three ser- .,
vices for the Close of Pass- s
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..../ ... Sunday. Two services have been
announced for Monday at 8:45
a.m. and, 6:30 p.m. Yizkor Me-
.to..,. morial Service will be at 8:45
a.m. on Tuesday.Etz .
4>" .;.'J.. .',:u. Chaim Synagogue (Orthodox S
) will begin services on Sun-
4, day, April 10, at 6:30p.m. There ::
will be two services on Mondayat
8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Two HE LJs
Yizkor Memorial Services will ;
e be held on Tuesday at 8:30 and :

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Jewish personnel may obtain Mrs. J. W. Gardner display the lovely hats featured
at a meet-
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Movies at the NAS Jax Theatre

will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX tainment. Sunday Charlie
King
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8:15 p.m. Monday through will be entertainer. Also { '
guest 'rSa
Saturday. In addition to, the 0CLUB Music this Friday "'
for Sunday there will be
two evening shows there will will be provided by The Sophis- thing a little "special".some-(Sor- + .v.L'ati 1 +'M ksv}.'kSati+:b'ury'ti: sbt.x.h.' +fAds

be a matinee at 2 p.m. on ti Kats, with Johnny Jelinek ry, can't tell .) Monday
Saturday, Sundays and holidays.The appearing on Saturday. Tuesday evening happy hour will be from should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Hospital Theatre will have is foreign dish night featuring 5 to 6. A group called the 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville. Florida 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. gourmet treats from many "Group" will be the guest band not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows lands. Wednesday is Fried Tuesday. Happy Hour will day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
during the week at 5:30 and 8 Chicken Night for the whole be from 5 to 6. the following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
p.m. Matinees will be shownon family. And Thursday is beef- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. eaters night. CPO CLUB : Friday night a be received WITH the copy for the ad.

Thursday, April 7 CPO CLUB Mark Castle will lobster dinner will be served DO NOT SEND CASH
for $2.25 and T bone for
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The Whole World-Tom Adams Friday at tne Chief's cliij. Sat- Knights will be entertaining.A Kings. Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . .0.50
Karen Stapanek urday dancing will be to themusicof 16 oz. T bone for $1.75is
Hopsital Big TNT Show the Sophisti-Kats. Mark on the Menu for Saturday.
Joan Baez, Ray Charles Castle again will appear at the Mark Castle will be playong for, TEMPORARY HELP NAVY SWD
C. Field Get Yourself A club on Sunday. your entertainment. There is an dependents, Stenos typists, keypunch NEW HOMES WESTWOOD
College Girl Mary Ann Mob Easter Egg hunt from 1 to 3 operators, bookkeepers, MANOR Convenient to,NAS &
ley Chad Everett ACEY DUCEY CLUB Vern o'clock afternoon. floral designers ''
Henderson Sunday The temp. assign.As Cecil Field. Total 'monthly
Friday April 8 will play at the Advisory Board meets Tuesdayat you are available TEMP- payments $79.00 to $98.00 .
club this
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Jay
NAS Barabbas will have the'spotlight..
Anthony be game night. Bldg. 356 0753 military personnel with, 2 or
Quinn, Ernest Borgnine on Sunday it will be the Redcoats. :
Game night is and more "years active duty. Call
Hospital Twon Tamer-Dana every Sunday USO NOTES Page Aspinwall, CPO (Ret),
Andrews, Terry MooreC. Tuesday. 'VACATION A/C UNIT AVAILable representing Naval Personnelfor
Field -The Cincinatti Kid- USO NOTES 318 North Ocean Keystone Area. Excell.: Stockton, Whatley Davin &
Steve McQueen, Edward G, BLUEJACKETS INN Thursday Street Special events this weekat swimming, boatingwater sports.. Co. 771 1241 of 356 *- 7371. f.
Robinson te dancing will be to Phil Cay month' leas .
the USO include Thursday's Week, or summer
Saturday, April; 9' and March Wilson will play for Homemade Goodie Night and a EV4-3979 USED ENGINES, TRANSM.
your enjoyment Friday night. Phil
Welcome Party for USS Englishon & other, parts. ALERT AUTO
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Michael Caine, Nigel Greene dance music. Jimmy be a special bunny Hop. Vespersand HYDE PARK AREA: 1414 Ron 781 0581 771-6258..
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The Whole World-Tom Adams Lennie Wilson on Tuesday for be at the South Jacksonville Kit, water furn, $75. mon. call TEMP. HELP WANTED TAXI
Karen Stapanek your enjoyment. Game night Presbyterian Church. The movie 389 6938. Driver. Must have Florida
C. Field The Big TNT Show every Wednesday. will be "Destry" starting at Chauf. Drivers License, Day or
Joan Baez Ray Charles 7:30" Also on Sunday there Nite for Air Base Cab. 384-6482
HAS CECILEM will be a free Easter Breakfastat SINGERS FOR $15
Sunday, April 10 CLUB: Tonight there will 9 a.m. to 10:30. Monday SEWING MACHINES, left in storage -
NAS Shane ,- Alan Ladd be a special shrimp dinner will feature Music on the House, good condition, fully electric ] REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION ;
Van Heflin featured for 40 Tonight is also Tuesday is Game Night at USO does everything completewith advice. 7 days a
Hospital BarabbasAnthony game night. Mel Gaden will by and Wednesday will be Disc attachments. Yours for week. Homes for sale, $100
Quinn Ernest BorgineC. playing Friday for your enter- Jockey S'low.tkHI storage charge.; Only $15'each. Down, Equities, No Qualifying -
Field Town TamerDana Call warehouse 353 1946, will ., Rentals. Homesite Lots
Andrews, Terry Moore deliver no obligations. A-I Acreage, Investments. WALTERT.
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Monday, April 77 Retired. 384 1376
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EXT. 400


r PROMOTION BOARDS S. Narbut, John D. Page,ForrestM. ,. ,
Prawitz, Herbert E. Richter _
. .7 More informationonupcoming and Thomas F. Zalinsky.
a 1 promotions for Marine NCOshas
. been released by Headquarters NEW'SEMESTERRegistration c:4.:!
Marine Corps, where for the spring Y
planners indicate that "open semester evening classes at
end" quotas have been esablished St. Johns River Junior College
for Staff NCO boardsin begins April 11th. Jacksonville _
session now and due to con- University will start accepting

vene soon. applications for their spring ,.
As previously announced, the semister evening classes on 1'1
reporting out date for the April 22.Marines. t.
board to select Marines to interested applying
E 8 and E 9 grades has for courses should see ,the
OFFICER INSTALLATION Dot L/nd, from left, conducts been set back to April 12. Education NCO, SSgt. J. A. '
thelAarlne Wives Club officer Installation for The ultimate quota obviouslywill Stubblefield, at Bldg. 572. THE MOSTEST MOREST'
Beffye
ceremony
of Edward
hinge on the number LANDING Captain D.
'Jane Johnson, Ruth Ware, Vivian Daniels/ Lorraine Fuerseth, senior NCOs selected for war- EDUCATION' REPORTSSgt. Baker, USMC, /leaves

Betty Jean Bock and Jane Holt./ rant officer by a board E. Thomas has com- his A-4C, Skyhavtk after mak

scheduled to report.out April pleted the MCI Course entitled ing the 10,000th landing using .
15
: "Helicopters: Components and MOREST arresting gear

...t Mustang Original overall quotas for handling." The following Ma- at the Chu Lai txpedltion-:
have the High
rines
the E 8E 9 board were: passed airfield, RVN.
School GED test: Pfc.'s Ron- ary
MOBILE HOMES ald E. Geletzke, Dennis A. Marine Divisions. in a combat ,
.. To Sergeant Major-92 '
i IN
Wayne C. Hartford, RichardP. zone since World War H. '
To Master Gunnery Ser-
PRESENTSExcellent 107 Hogan Paul Mijatovtch, JohnJ. The 1st Marine ,Division
..'' geant To First Sergeant 385 Carrig and James A. Dunken- is commanded by Major Gneral
r To Master Sergeant 661 burger. Lewis J. Fields of Delmar,
Maryland.
TV 'SHOW
Those figures are bound to be APPOINTMENT/
I increased. Morning viewers will get an
insight into the life saving ,
idle:s tiw.f The appointment of Marine
Planners also report that methods used by medics serving Corps Major General Joseph
4 "upward" of 4,000 staff ser- with U. S. Marine combat unitsin O. Butcher as Senior Memberof
geants that went into session Vietnam during NBC's "To- the United Nations Com-
Buys On Used Coaches March 25. That figure, too, day" show April 11, network mand Component: of the Military -
Bank Rate Financing could be altered to some extent spokesmen have announced. Armistice Commissionin
by the outcome of the Scheduled for airing between Korea was announced last
3312, PHILIPS HIGHWAY E 8/E-9 board. The date of 7 7:30 a.m. Is "Corpsmanl" Friday.The .
of rank cutoff for considerationfor a short,, color film depicting the date Genreal Butcher
PHONE 398-3460 gunnery sergeant has been progress of a wounded Marine will assume his new duties was,
changed, from July 30, 1964 to almost from the moment he not announced. He will succeed
December 31, 1964. is hit until he is reunited with Air Force Major General HarryJ.
The date of rank qualificationfor his parents at a San Francisco Sands, Jr., who has servedin
Mustang Marines to be considered hospital. that position since mid "-
: <." .: for staff sergeant his likewise Filmed by Marine combat October. '
'
.. been changed: as reported in cameramen, "CbrpsmanP Is the"y General Butcher's previous,
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..: earlier release, from June 30, fifth in a series of public re- assignment was Commanding:
MOBILE HOMES IN 1964 to September 30, 1965.. 'lease produced by the Marines Genera, Marine Corps Supply
"Approximately" 10,000 select- showing their activities in Activity, Philadelphia.
ions will be made: '''That boardis Vietnam. General Wallace
i slated to convene April 1. Subject: of the "Today" film C.Brier, Jr., who was for;
t Each, board's total selections is 19 year old I Corporal merly Chief of Staff of the
WeB RtojeoflhTTsts will, in effect, depend upon the David D.' Baggett, of Portland, Supply Activity; has succeeded -
/ results of the board selecting. Oregon. General Butcher as Commanding -
Marine for the next higher grade. NEW HEADQUARTERSAs General.

t Both General Butcher and
Velcs.W'", IRe. NEW CORPORAL'S announced by the U.. S. General Robinson. had previously -

Sir ,.,Set Us Balm Yu liy A Used VW Congratulations to the following Vietnam Military Assistance last Thursday Command, the, tion and been were selected advanced for to promo-their

Aviation Detachment Marines headquarters of the 1st Marine present ranks on March 14.
1965 Gbia, R&R, Real 91895 who were promoted to their Division was established at Chu As Senior Member of the
1964 tai e. R&H. .$1695: present ranks on April 1: Lat,, in the Republic of Vietnam United Nations Command Component -
1963 aria Convertible, R&H.. : 91495' Sewing corporal strips were March 30. Prior to landing of the Military Armistice
flUffed L., Dunn John K. Gray. in Vietnam, the 1st Marine Commission General, Butcher
Daniel W. Norton,Jr.and will be the
Wagons Joseph Division Headquarters was basedon Command spokesman -
vt. Sagataw. 'Marines promoted Okinawa. Elements of the on all matters concerningthe
J 1965: VW Sta. Waoon.. BAH .o lance corporal were James W. "Old Breed' Division of Guadalcanal Armistice Agreement that
Air
} 1962 virSM.' sta., Wtr os, R&H, clean.Cond.. .. ..$1180 tOgS .Calvert, Gaylord A., Clark fame have been-in Vietnam ended the fighting in Korea.
3ary R. Dubreuil, Allen M. Far- 13 "
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1963 VW Kombl
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1965 VW'Sedans, R&II"low mileage. :. ..91495 versitY. General Robinson, is
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WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGENinc
'h APPRECIATION GySgt. W//fr.J/ A. Nelson, /left, receives a
letter of appreciation from his CO, LtCol./ L. E. Layette, for SUNDAY SCHEDULE
outstanding achievement as an Air Familiarization Instructor
for the Marine Mechanical Fundamental School at the Marine 8:30a.m. Worship

Corps Alf Facility, Santa Ana, Calif. According to the letter 9:45a.m..Sunday School

CySff., Nelson displayed.'exemp/ory personal conduct,'pro(.,-. 11:OQ, a.m. YtoiMip
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HAS Jax Captures Stand Military Golf Toirioiiieitt TMt I I IHOW


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The NAS Jax Golf Team led .
by Capt. Dale Klahn grabbedthe .f
lead in the 4th Annual South- d .
east Military Golf Tournamentlast
I r Thursday and maintained it
during the 3 day tourney to
emerge the top'team. V: _
The home team scored 929
points for the 54 hole medal 1
play thus becoming the,first two-
timer winner of the tournamenT
t which Was held on their home
green. Fort Bennlng, the 1965' v
champions, did not compete this
1, year. Memphis who won the

tourney in 1964 landed in _______
fourth place this year.
Other members of the winning
r 4 jw. r pY x team were Larry Miller, Bill _
Maranvllle and Paul Jula. V'V

;',.x Two NAS golfers also landed
the 1-2 place in individual _
honors. Capt., ,Klahn who lead __ _
the meet ''from its start coppedthe
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top honors with a 225 totalin r
1ji Thursday's play. One stroke

: behind Miller.Klahn with a 226 was Al
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The scores of all the golfers _
soared a bit during the final IN THE SWING. .Copf. tAacknth took the opportunity before

FAR?. .Capt. J. R. Mackroth, HAS Jax Commanding rounds due to high winds. Bill the start of tourney'to',get In a few practice swings himself.,

Officer, keeps an eye on the fairway while Capt. Dale/ Klahn, Campbell Cremenas of of Shaw Homestead AFB and Larry AFB The captain has recently taken up the game after several years

who captained the winning team, gets set to drive a /long on*. managed to overcome the tricky absence and. Is reported_ to play a good game.
Capt. Klahn/ and AI/ Miller took the first and second place Individual gusts to card 74's for the day's
/ honors. low honors.


Homestead AFB grabbed second :
spot with a 931 total, while .:V
Mayport, 934; Memphis 938,and IS
Shaw AFB, 953, rounded out the
top five in team standings.

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'In the individual scoringJeff V
s, Hewes'. of Homestead AFB;
finished third with a 227. Cre- +
menas of Earl Pearson, Parris
Island both' had totals' 'of 228*
Two 'Maypprt( Nayymen;' RoqMarsth \ +w+'
r' and Tom Fldfy, "finished ir

with.a 230 and,233. /respectively.,; .

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The,, first salute to the Stars
M. n and Stripes as' the flag of
the Americans rebelling' against -
England took place,Feb.14,1778, MILITARY MiO' INSURANCE
TAKING IT EASY. .Wn//// waiting/ for the shot to b, made, Guiberson Bay, France. The flag
one of' the ,golfers' strikes familiar pose. Another gets a bet receiving honors was flown by All Reeks:- All Ages '
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\ Whistling In A ComFairJax NAS Jax Intramurals .

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The RiggingBy TourneyIn Standings And Results

preparation for the SIXTH
Naval District bowling tourna-
Lt. P. E. Jhlbodeau ment scheduled for the period BOWLING/ Desk Jockeys 15 9
April 26 29 at NAS Memphis Mix Masters 15 -- 9 .'
local fleet air! units will parti- Spoilers .13 itDetters
cipate In the Fleet Air Jack- American League 13 '11"Hardhans
The Navy Jacksonville Sail- ing class. Those ot you sonville bowling tournament to 11 13
ing Club 's Bantam Fleet traveledto who have been learning the be held during the week.of April Team Won Lost Tipplers 11 13\ .,
Mt. Dora, Florida tweekendto ropes should plan to be thereto 18 at the Jax Bowling Center BB Stackers :.10: 4..'";
participate in the Thirteenth take the final exam and par- All Fleet Air units are Mad Faxes 21 3 King Pins ., .10:!' 14
Annual Mt. Dora Sailing Regatta. ticipate In the proof of encouraged to enter a fiveman Sparks 18 6 Molarolas 8' 12
This regatta is an event in which the pudding a race for all new team plus one alternate. The Cloak & Dag. 15 5 Toppers 9 15SkyWar."B"
the whole town takes part and hands (weather permitting.) size of the entry permitting! Pros 16 8 8 12
which is well attended by the A new series of instruction
competition will be similar to Namtd 13 7 Moonllters 0 15
sailors in the northern of periods will commence on ..
part the 65 tournament, i n which Electrons .12. 8 3 9 .15
Florida and Georgia. Saturday the 16th at 1400. each team bowled all other Phantoms 14 10 Griffins Galley 4 20
With well over 100 boatsof This series will be for thoseof entrants a two game match.In Eagles 12 12
all kinds from the Shark class you who have just come into Alley Katz 8 8
catamarans down to the local Mt. the club so, if you missedthe keeping with recent efforts Marines Bs 10 10 American League
Dora Y. C. prams the start- first lessons, now is the to provide greater spectator Trainers 11 13
ing line was a colossal traf- time to start. Incidentally, the attendance and less workload 9 11 NAMTD 3 Eagles, 1
fic jam. Seventeen classes were book from which the basic courseis interference, matches will be Playboys 9 11 Mad Foxes 3 Alley Katz, 1
represented with the Thistle taken Small Boat Sailor's Bib scheduled for late afternoons and NOO's 10 14 Marines Bks 1 Trainers,3

class having the largest number le is on sale at the Main evenings.The Air Frames 8 12 Playboys 1 Supply 3
r' ,t of boats. Exchange for $1.20. Air Op's 8 12
five bowlers compilingthe Electrons 2 Flag Staffs, 2Pro's
The six NJSC Bantams had no
Last week's was Can Cock. 9 15
paper best average in the tourna- 3 Cannon Cockers, lAir
outside competitions and so sort of tight for space and they ment will represent ComFairJaxat Flag Staffs 8 16 Frames, 0 Sparks 4:
raced among themselves. After left out a part of the race re- Pelicans 3 9
Awards will be
the three race series the!standings sults. It's still official so Memphis. Aewron "A" 1 15 Air Ops, 3 NCO's 1 .
were as follows: don't about it. presented to winners and run- Aewron "A" vs. Cloak & Daggers -
worrry '
1. Lou Caron 1-3-3-Whitehat SALTY SEZ Fer ye stink- ners up and to the high ppd. /'** ?'
bowler. All commands
average :
2. Dan Jackson 2-1-4 491
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and others as be '
potters may are urged to enter their top '
3. Al Johnson.4- 2- 1 Cockspur interested, there is a measured thus National L'eague'Chiefs :

nautical mile course available bowlers cessful tournament.ensuring a suc- .. oj. 18.: 6. Continental League
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4. Hugh -3-4-2-Whim II in the area fer ye, ter check yer Cat 5's t '. .. 18 6 Molarolas Tlppers3 "' "* ** '., ".
5. Phil Tibodeau-6-5-5-- speed. The course is located Mec-a-niCks 16' 8cPO's
Thunderheads
3 Galley 3, 1
tler. : just Nonh or the Ortega River NATTC SOFTBALL 16 8
Airmen 4 Hard Hats 0
6. Griffith 5661208 and of 38 .
Cathy runs on 'a course Rejects 15 9
King Pins 1- Toppers 3
degrees 56' true fipm the first Leading the NATTC teamto Hurricanes .' 15' 9
A three way tie existed for first mark. The first mark is approximately the win was pitcher Lt Riggers .' 14 10 Detters 1 Desk Jockeys, 3
place and this was resolved' bya 1/4 nautical mile (Jg) Mongeon of Radiography Sky War.uA" 11 9 Druthers 4 Pizzans0 .
flip of the coin. The top north of channel buoy ### School.. Don Stewart was the Neptunes 11 9 Chiefs, 1 Sky Warriors "B",3
three were awarded trophies 3 in the mouth of the river. NAS Pitcher. Lucky 7 11 9
at the award ceremonies immediately Don't forget the Tri Club Devicers 13 11 Griffins, 0 Mix Masters, 4
after the races. All in Races this weekend to be Navy Support 402 slammed White Hats 12 Torch Pots 3 Moonliters, 1
all, It was a most enjoyable held at the NJSC. Skipper's their way to victory over NFO 11 13 B B Stackers 0 Spoilers, 4 .
weekend for all hands. meeting at 1330 and the first NAS ADMIN 8 4 in a preseason Mixers 10 14 ;,,
This coming Saturday will be race, goes at 1400. See you game Thursday nioht.Yo Darters 6 10 I .
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the windup for our present sail- there -- SpartanS 6 14 ., Hational. League '

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( y0n1.re? S v 19 M' Devicersj Spartans i ,1fWD.
: .. Chiefs 4 0' ,
} LIffhLuu. To I" Sitinliy Alley Catz "3 21 Darters "lJ'
Sky Warriors "A", -Cat. Fives '
3 ,
" t The NavyLake Shore Little The league consists of more A
Lucky 7, 3 NFOI 1 .
than 500 divided into 6 Continental League '
; League will officially open its boys
, 0 Mixers, 3 Aewron "B". 0.
1966 baseball season in cere- senior teams of teenagers; Airmen 19 5
" monies at Blue Angel Park 8 major league teams (boys Chiefs 16 8 Rejects 3 Aewron "B'I'I. "
NAS Jax at 12:30 April 9. 10 to 12))); and 10 minor league Torch Pots 16 8 Hurricanes, 4 Doctors -0 .
All league teams and several teams ( boys 10 and up). More Druthers .'. 15 9 Mecanicks, -Alley Cats, 0
senior naval officers will be present -,.. than 150 of the boys participate CPO's, 3 Neptunes 1
1- to watch Capt. John R. in the farm group. Pizzans 12 12 Riggers 2 White Hats 2
Mackroth, Commanding Officer All Navy personnel and their
NAS Jacksonville throw out"the friends are invited to attend
first ball. the opening ceremonies. Marines Wo. 5 Team Has

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.4 Tcur&iraeac en Sarcnlay aid the caaadtly eteatspoasoredbytheJacksoctiDe
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eqgrarcd on a perounsx plaque fire veapccs. He posted a ..,
s'' 1 to be laocned in the c&bboose 2604 95 oat cf a poss&le
+ t L 'a lt. A are&. 2700 270.: His average was
45 : icr The entrance fee for the two- over 96 percent for the day.
S. .} 1 r +l j+ day tocrnamrrx vm be J3..pfcrs VThfleBcitfen vas SW w( feg
an additional $1. if jca plan to to victory other members of the "
;: bring a guest to the diver NAS Cecil ski ere
HT, :. Refreshments viII be served their presence N *wa.R. HLEisnehover
throughoct the IOa.Imme1L1'be.re qaaliried as a
will be a steak dfrryron : sharpshooter, and J. D,Gaffs
Sunday evening beginning at qualified as a Marksmen. To
4:20 pan. for parddpaxiag qualify for sharpshooter a maammt :
member pins oae gncst.Diner have a score of 80 to
attendance will be by reservation 99.99 peroeac. For amarksaaea ..
only. Reservations cm be made the score Is 83 perc&c or less.
5 with Jim SheUooaa, teL [**"**?
781 2091. or Chief fenan.feel. T. CAndreas won first "
VOLLEYBALL 'A GO CO. .Members of the five teams entered In the Sixth Naval/ District phone 2S4 6796. or extension!! place in the marksman da**
Volleyball// / Tournament being played at HAS Cecil get together prior to the opening game on 105. Reservations roost be made with a 22 after veafoa.:
Tuesaay. prior to April:!. in order that E. F. White placed: seocBi (aAe
the food committee: caa make sfearpskxeer das Villa a
the proper arraagefnefltsFollowing borrowed 22 pissal C. L.
6ND VB Tourney Underway the avudiq; trophies Bests was third la the expert
and prizes, aa election class with a 22
of officers for the 1966/67 sea comfetirioa WarleY
will be held. of foray -five earfes.I .
Memphis Takes Early Lead son .. ..._..... ... .
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Naval District Volleyball Tour- The HAS Jax "Fliers" openedthe vs Atlanta; Pensacola vs
nament on Tuesday at NAS Cecil tournament play with two fast Jax: and Atlanta vs Memphis.
gym,with five teams vieing wins over NAS Atlanta 15-4 The third and final roan d will RENT A CAR IY THE. HOUR, SAY, 01WK."
for the title. At the end of and 15-5, but couldn't stop the be played todaybrtdming at oooo. '
the day's action the defending onrushing "Goshawks" In their 1200 -Cecil vs lax a Impaiasa MMStaHgsa Valiants
MemI "Hellcats"- were in second match, and finished up 1300 Atlanta vs Pensacola
first place with a 3-0 record. with a 1-1 record for the day. 1400 Memphis vs Cecil RENT A MOTORCYCLE RY THE NOIR, SAY,

NAS Cecil the team picked by 1500 -Atlanta vs lax
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Memphis, playing the same many to take the crown away
style of ball that the from their 1700 lax TS Memphis
captured Memphis won opening
crown for them last year, made match against NAS Atlanta YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE 21 .
easy work of NAS Atlanta by by scores of 15-2 and 15-4. "
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scores of 15-4-and.155. after 'After the opening victories the IUY- -
knocking off NAS Pensacola In "Raiders" ran into that old"6ND "_ .. ,. : i
their opener 15-11 and 15-7. Jinks", that plagued them last ,1e &6 '
The final match of the day was year, and dropped their next two SAYINGSIONDS 0 4e
between the "Raiders" of NAS matches to NAS Pensacola and
Cecil and Memphis. Cecil took NAS MempH &m Yetis ilL Next to Y0h Trailer PA J
the opener 15-13, but Memphiscame Coach McGuckin said after the or ovr new office 13254 Hon: llq Blvd
back for two straight victories final game, "I just hope: tha; PHONE
by scores of 15-10 and Memphis and Pensacola beat each 3&U.182I: __
15-8. other down, and my boys can
come back Uke they always do.** ...
The surprise team of the tour- The standings at the end of
ney thus far has been NAS Pen- the first round: NAS Memphis. '
sacola. In the three matches 3-01 NAS Pensacola.; NAS 6, *.. hit Mute he TWr A

they played on the opening day, lax, 1-1; NAS Cecil 1-2; and I
the: '"Goshawks" rolled over NA& NAS Atlanta, 02.
Jax in two quick games, 15-8 The results of yesterday's .
and 15-13, then went on to stop games were not available at press
NAS Cecil in two out of three time. Seven matches were played ..
games, 15-13, 10-15, and 16-0 i Atlanta vs Pensacola; Cecil 'f
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Tourney Standings And Results "
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WThe Rigging4 .; .'
In preparation for the SIXTH L.I. ( ,
Naval District bowling tourna- ; .
BOWLING 15 9 ,,y,' 1'h
By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau ment scheduled for the period: Desk Jockeys !..'
April 26 29 at NAS Memphis, Mix Masters 15 9 ,,".',
local fleet ar! units will parti- Spoilers 13 11 ,,'t\ ,
cipate in the Fleet Air Jack- American League Deners 13 11 :' .:

The Navy Jacksonville Sailing Ing class. Those ot you sonville bowling tournament to 'Hardhans n 13 :h, ,'

.I \ dub 's Bantam Fleet traveled who have been learning the be held during the week,of April Team Won Lost Tipplers 11 13 .\;: ;f. ,,
to Mt. Dora Florida tweekend ropes should plan to be thereto 18 at the Jax Bowling Center BB Stackers ,10 4'" -. ,it.t +
.\ to participate in the Thirteenth take the final exam and par- All Fleet Air units are Mad Foxes 21' 3 King Pins 10 14 "' ',: ;: : "

Annual Mt. Dora Sailing Regatta. ticipate In the proof of encouraged to enter a fiveman 18 6 Molarolas 8 12 :J"j.; .

This regatta is an event In which the pudding a race for all new team plus one alternate. The Cloak & Dag. 15 5 Toppers 9 15 ':."':;"f",.. ."
the whole takes and hands (weather permitting.) ), .,
town part size of the entry permitting Pros 16 S
SkyWar."BIt S 12 .
which is well attended by the A new series of instruction :.i"Moonllters ,
competition will be similar to Namtd 13 7 9 15 .k,:I':
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sailors in the northern part of periods will commence on the '65 .tournament, i n which Electrons ,12 8 3 9 15 ""!>:
Florida and Georgia. Saturday the 16th at 1400. each team bowled all other Phantoms ,,14: 10 Galley
Griffins 4
This series will be for thoseof 20. '; < '.
t With well over 100 boats entrants a two game match.In Eagles 12. 12 .
'I' of all kinds from the Shark class you who have just come into Alley Katz 8 8

catamarans down to the local Mt. the club so, if you missed keeping with recent effortsto Marines Bs 10 10 American/ League '.i ,

Dora Y. C. prams the start- the first lessons, now Is the provide greater spectator Trainers .11 13

ing line was a colossal traffic time to start. Incidentally the attendance and less workload Supply ,9 11 NAMTD 3 Eagles 1

jam. Seventeen classes were book from which the basic course interference, matches will be Playboys 9 11 Mad Foxes 3 Alley Katz, 1 x

represented with the Thistle is taken, Small Boat Sailor's Bib- scheduled for late afternoons and NOO's 10 14 Marines Bks 1 Trainers (.

class having the largest number le (is on sale at the Main evenings.The Air Frames ,. 8 12
Playboys 1 3
Supply
....,. of boats. J
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five bowlers compilingthe Electrons 2 Flag Staffs 2'
The six NJSC Bantams had no Last week's was Can Cock. 9 15
paper best average In the tourna- Pro's 3 Cannon Cockers, 1 '
outside competitions and so sort of tight for ,and they Flag Staffs 8 16 *
raced themselves. After space ment will represent ComFairJax Air Frames 0 Sparks 4. ., ::\.
among left out a part of the race re- Pelicans3 9
the three race series the standings sults. It's still official so at Memphis. Awards will be Aewron "A" 1 15 Air Ops 3 NCO's 1 1"-: ';;.<, :

a were as follows: don't worrry about it. presented to winners and run- Aewron "A" vs. Cloak & Daggers ,
\ 1. Lou Caron 1-3-3-Whitehat ners-up and to the high ,. ppd. p --s '*
SALTY SEZ Fer ye stink- ,
bowler. All commands '
average r.
2. Dan Jackson 2-1-4 491 .
and others as be ,. "
may '
potters
are urged to enter their top '" ; "Ii; Y
3. .4- 2- 1 Cockspur National League''
Al Johnson interested there is a measured
bowlers thus
ensuring a suc- .
\ nautical mile course available ': 18' Continental League 4. \
cessful tournament. Chiefs '. '. ", .6 .. '.
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4. Hugh -3-4-2-Whim II in the area fer ye ter check yer ,Cat 5's 18. 6.- Molarolas 1 'Tippers *'v*. ''
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r 5. Phil Tibodeau-6-5-5-- speed. The course is located Mec-a-nicks 16 8 Thunderheads, 3 Galley 3, 1
t ; tier. Just North or the Ortega River NATTC SOFTBALL CPO's 16 8 Airmen, 4 Hard Hats 0 .
i' 6. Cathy Griffith 5661208 and runs on 'a course of 38 Rejects 15 9 '
King Pins 1 Toppers: 3
degrees 56', true fzpm the first Leading the NATTC teamto Hurricanes ,I 15 9 ,
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A three way existed for first mark. The first mark is approximately the '''win was pitcher Lt Riggers ', : 14 10, Detters 1 Desk Jockeys, 3"' M',':_
place and this was resolved bya 1/4 nautical mile (CJg) Mongeon of Radiography Sky War"A" ,11 9 Druthers 4 Pizzans0 '' .
flip of the, coin. The top north of channel buoy ### School. Don Stewart was the Neptunes r 11 .' 9 Chiefs 1 Sky.Warriors "B",3 "'

three were awarded trophies' 3 In the mouth of the river. NAS Pitcher. Lucky 7 ,,: 11 9

'\ at the award ceremonies immediately 'Don't forget the Tri Club Devlcers 13. ..11 Griffins, .. 0 Mix Masters, 4 ,
", after the races. All in Races this weekend to be Navy Support 402 slammed WhIte Hats 12 Torch Pots, 3 Moonliters 1"B '

t all, it was a most enjoyable held at the NJSC. Skipper's their way to victory over NFO 11 13 B Stackers 0 Spoilers 4 ..
t. weekend for all hands. meeting at 1330 and the first NAS ADMIN 8 4 in a preseason Mixers 10 14 ,":!'r".

This coming' Saturday will be race .goes'at 1400. See.you game Thursday night.hr Darters 6' '10 < a*/;

the windup for our present sail- there .' :"- SpartanS .." r 6 14'- ,, Hatlonal. League !.i:*>;
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alley 1. :.: ;f 'q"n1p ,' '". i.t' '.
Kit '" .' ati Devicers :3 Spartans. ,
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To 5n.4.
.. Itfta Alley Catz ".'< '. '3 21 : Fives''''IAA.tI'
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The NavyLake Shore Little The league consists of more : : ."JI' sf'
Lucky 7.3 NFOI 1 ; ,
Continental' League : :'. ",
i League will officially open its than 500, boys divided into 6 '
0 Mixers, 3 Aewron MB", 0. \ ,
1966 baseball in senior of ; ':<'f-
season cere- teams teenagers; Airmen 19 5 .
, monies at Blue Angel Park, 8 major league teams(boys a6 Chiefs 16 8 Rejects 3 Aewron .B. 0,.., *
NAS Jax. at 12:30, April 9. 10 to 12); and 10 minor league 0l Torch Pots 16 8 Hurricanes 4 Doctors -0 '
All league teams and several teams ( boys 10 and up). More Druthers 15 9 Mecanicks, -Alley Cats 0
senior naval officers willbepre-*. than 150 of the boys participatein CPO's 3 Neptunes, 1
'J-'f: sent to watch Capt. John R. the farm group.,, PIzzans 12 12 Riggers 2 White Hats 2

Mackroth, Commanding Officer All Navy personnel and their

NAS Jacksonville. throw out the friends are Invited to attend

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i Golf Assoc. Pistol TMM Wins .. .. : j

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'F l x y 4 u jai Cecil Field Men's Golf NAS Cecil pistol team :' ,! ":' j
w Association will hold their annual added another feather to their \
36 hole Championship caps last weekend by winning .' ;{
Tournament on Saturday and the monthly 2700 event sponsored ((..;',"
Sunday April 16 and 17.Trophiesand by the Jacksonville Police Pistol "\' ,f>
gift certificates will be Club- \
w ,. awarded to the handicap and low Coach George Bowen won "
y .gross champions. In additon, the overall competition with the '
the winners names will be 22 caliber 45 caliber and center ?**,
fire He posted a \* \<
engraved on a permanent plaque weapons. '
to be mounted in the club- 2604 95 out of a possible *
; house area. 2700 270. His average was v!
t : (w:r'{" The entrance fee for the two- over 96 percent for the day. ..,i!
hl day tournament will be $3., plusan While Bowen was sweeping 'f.
additional $1. if you 'plan to to victory, other members of the :\
: bring a guest to the dinner NAS Cecil squad were letting :
i Refreshments will be served their presence H* known. R. H. "<
throughout the tournament. Eisnehower qualiiiea as a <
I There will be a steak dinneron sharpshooter, and ]. D. Gallups (
Sunday evening,beginning at qualified as a Marksmen. To, .,.<
4:20 p.m. for each participating qualify for sharpshooter, a man
M Y f member plus one guest. Dinner must have a score of 80 to .''j
4 M.a attendance will be by reservationonly. 90.99 percent. For marksmen .
Reservations be made the score is 80 percent or"less.. '
with Jim Shellman, tel. phone
781 2091. or Chief Iranan, tel. T. C. Andreas won first
VOLLEYBALL 'A GO GO. .Memfcers of the live teams entered the Sixth/ Naval District (phone, 264 6795, or extension place in the marksman class
Volleyball Tournament being played/ at HAS, Cecil get together prior to the opening game on 105. Reservations must be made, ,with a 22 caliber weapon.
Tuesday. prior to April 13, in order that E. F. White placed second in
the food committee can make the sharpshooter class with a
the proper arrangements. borrowed 22 pistol C, 1..
6ND VB Tourney Underway Following the awarding trophies Betts was 'third In the expert
( and prizes, an electionof class with a 22.
officers for the 1966/67 season -. The competition had a field

Memphis Takes Early Lead WS'"will........"JA..i....be...........held....................a..'...................."........."'.........................of..-..l'J-.-..forty roo.-.-..1"0"-..-".-''-.''::0-''-''.'-'five'-.''.-.','-.'-...-.entries..------..--..----.----
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Naval District Volleyball Tour- The NAS Jax "Fliers" openedthe vs Atlanta; Pensacola vs ,
nament on Tuesday at NAS. Cecil tournament play with two fast lax: and Atlanta vs Memphis.The .
gym with five teams vicing. wins over NAS Atlanta, 15-4 third and final round will j RENT A CAR IY THE HOUR, DAY, OR WK..
for the title. At the end, of and 15-5, but couldn't stop the be played today beginning{ at noon. '
the day's action, the defending onrushlng "Goshawks" in their 1200 Cecil vs Sax a Impalas Mustangs Valiants
Memphis "Hellcats" were In second match, and finished up 1300 Atlanta vs Pensacola .
first place With. .a 3-0 record with a 1-1 record for the day. 1400 Memphis vs Cecil I RENT A MOTORCYCLE IY THE HOUR, DAY,

NAS Cecil the team picked by 1500 Atlanta vs Sax ORWK HONDA'S 50cc-90cc .
Cecil
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style of ball that captured the from Memphis, won their opening 1700 -Sax Memphis '
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crown for them last year, made match against NAS Atlanta I. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ..,
easy work of NAS Atlanta by by scores of 15-2 and 15-4. -
scores of 15-4 and 15-5, after ->After the opening victories, the BuYSAYINGS.; JOt >' 1
knocking off NAS Pensacola' in "Raiders" ran into that old"6ND 4Zee'-----' \.r" 4'4,1, ..
their opener, 15-11 and 15-7. Jinks", that plagued them last 1.1
The final match of the day was year and dropped their next two ;
between the "Raiders" of NAS matches to NAS Pensacola and
Cecil and Memphis. Cecil took NAS Memphis. 6400 Yukon. Rd. (Next to Yukon Trailer Pk.) \
the opener, 15-13, but Memphiscame Coach McGuckin said after the BONDS or our new office 13254 Normandy Blvd.
back for two straight victories final game, "I just hope tha{ PHONE 384-6482 .
by scores of 15-10 .and' Memphis And Pensacola beat each i Sftwssass :;:: .;::=:::::.:.:-:.:.:<:. .:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.;.:.:' ;;.;':;::--8: ? :
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come back. like they always do." ..i..r .
The surprise team of the tour- The standings at the end of =:=:=:::::::*:::::::::=:::::::::::::::: ::.($:'::;:::--:::::::: :::::::."::::::::8' zm:; :*=*= : >>: =

ney thus far has been NAS Pen- the first round: NAS Memphis, Go RolliiT Into Robtrts For Thtir I
sacola. In the three' matches 3-0; NAS Pensacola, 2-1; NAS i#
they played on the opening day, Sax, 1-1; NAS Cecil, 1-2; and '
the: '-Goshawks" rolled overNA NAS Atlanta 02. '
Jax in two quick games, 15-8 The results of yesterday's .' ,I
and 15-13 then went on to stop games were not available at press ..3. ,
NAS Cecil in two out of three time. Seven matches were play- r: +q;
games 15-13 10-15, and 15-6. ed: Atlanta vs Pensacola; Cecil ,
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SPECIAL SERVICES ector not later than noon tomorrow -
CONFERENCELt. April 8. Team Wpn Lost
For more information call
D. S. Young, special
serv-
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athletic director will represent NAS Cecil varsity Weapons #1 41/2 1/2
NAS Cecil at the Worldwide bowling team will leave on April Weapons #2 2 3
Special Services Officers' Con- 25 for NAS Memphis where Mar. Brks. 1 4
ference be held the Naval
to at they will participate In the Sixth Med. Dental 2 3
Training Center, San Diego, Tour- s3kZpy;
Naval District Bowling Comm. 1 4
Calif., on April 11 through 15.
and
nament. Members avera- Supply 3 2
During the four day conference ges are:' Al Trevino, 183; Operations 4 1AMD at WILSON &
the recreation and welfare -
Claude Henderlite, 180; Wil- #1 31/2 11/2'
officials will discuss such liam Vincent 193; William AMD&2 1 4 BLAND ING
areas as: central accounting Lemire, 192; and Robert VC-4 1/2/ 41/2 =Lra :1Cf
sports recreation programs,
;
Maynard, 182. .
youth programs, and all other of the fall y YSJ ; :
With the -
of welfare wrap up PHONE SP 11341or
phases and recreation. intramural bowling league, the GOLD 5c* '
., including problem areas. The summer s.cheduIe.1s in the plan- .
group will also tour the recreation ning stage, Now is the time to Team Won Lost ;< SP14601
facilities
at the San 4
stan getting your entry ready
base.
Diego for the league that opens this RCNW -4 2 0

,i'. TENNIS month. Gophers} 2 1 65 CAPRICE. . . .. . 53095
| NEEDED Tennis players VFP-62
11' with experience torepresentNAS SOFTBALLSome F.,Photo 1 2 Turbo hydro-matc! 396, V-8, power steering,
l> Cecil in the Fla/Ga Interservice entries have been received VFP62 power brakes, R&H, factory air, electric seats
r-; J**' Conference and other varsity from the depanrnenr who VA-44 Gold 11/2 2 and windows, solid white, blue Interior. This
|!' matches. plan to enter the Intramural VA-44 Blue 4 car has never been titled.
,i Vt The entry forms for the league, and other are expectedto 300 Club 2 3
Intramural Tennis league will be be submitted within the next VF-62 65 BUICK CONVERTIBLE.$2595 .
distributed to all station departments week. The league will begin VA 72 Off. '4 Auto/trans., V-8, power steering, power brakes,
) and squadrons in the near play on Monday, April 25. VA 72 Enl.Boomers 2 3 R&H, solid blue, white top, WSW, still In new
future The league will begin "".}.' 2',' 2 car warrenty.
this month. VF-62 \"
play OUTDOOR SPORTS
65 IMPALA SPT.
Hen Raz. 1/2 1 COUPE.$2495
\ WRESTLING Special Services has avail- VF 174 4 spe ed trans., 327 V/8, R&H, solid red, black

t'1 Entries are needed to repre- able for checkout:campers,boats Blackbirds 4 1 Interior, WSW, extra, extra sharp. .
sent NAS Cecil in the SixthNav- and motors, fishing equipment, VA 45 65 MONZA COUPE. . . .. .5/895
al District Wrestling Tournament and other gear needed for a 4-speed trans., R&H, solid maroon, black Interior
All personnel interest- weekend campout or fishing WSW.
i. ed in entering this sport are trip. Check with the issue.room .
asked to contact the athletic dir- I" Bldg. # 4. 65 BEL-AIR 4-DOOR . . . .52395
Sedan, autoltrans.S V-8, power steering, R&H,
DID YOU MISS OUR factory air, beige/ 4 brown, WSW..

65 LEMANS SPT. COUPE. . .. . .$2495
AD ON PAGE 11? V/8, power steering/ power brakes, R&H, dark

Before You Take Anyone's Deal blue, WSW, like new. .

e\ See 65 MUSTANG SPT. COUPE. . . .52195
V/8, auto/trans., power steering/ heater, fac
tory air, solid white, red interior/ WSW. ,I
Ford Motorama Inc
65 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE .' . .52395
auto/trans., V/8, power steering, R&Hsun gold
: / / GREEN COVF. white top, WSW.

1' r 65 VOLKSWAGEN. . . .' 5/495
{1, 1 1 I w .o 2 dr., 4 speed,trans., R&H, light green, WSW,.
like new
..

I MONTHLY SPECIAL ed
.:.k

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.,, FRIED CHICKEN $119


I It
.
t: t Open Daily We make
\ : 11:30: a.m. to 10 p.m. a 'specialty of
4 64 /IMPALA SPT. SEDAN . '. . 52095
I ,
1.,: .{{ 'SHRIMP CATFISH auto/trans., V/8, power steering, power brakes -
electric windows/ factory air, R&H, solid
OYSTERS '
: 4. _, CHICKEN; beige,. red, interior/ ,, exceptionally clean"car. '

\ STEAKSRED 64 CHEVY II WAGON . . . .5/395 '
;t 1 SNAPPER Standard shift, 6 cylinder, R&Hsolid white,
.
.. 'il GERMAN DOLL ftenofeHlnxman T E-OUT SERVICE turquoise interior, WSW.

a German bom bal- BANQUET SERVICEfe'TCN.tI. 64 FIAT . . . : . 5795
lerlna/ Is one of Las Vegas's
newest Imports. When S BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH 4 dr., sedan, standard shift, R&H, solid white
li' Kenate Isn't dancing, she red Interior, WSW, like brand new.
can
I': o .be found pursuing her favorite 3438 BLAHDING BLVD., PHONE 771-5581 63 MONZA COUPE. . . . 5//95
it hobby sports car racing. 4-speed R&H, solid black,. WSW. .

f .... 11I""' 63 PLYMOUTH .. '. . . 5/095/
I t 4 dr., wagon auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, 2 tone,
paint, WSW, extra, extra clean. '

: 63 GALAXIE 500 SPT. .COUPE. . 5/395/
isvqurspecia straight stick, V/8, R&H, solid white, red Interior
;
WSW, extra, extra clean. .

i IMPALA SUPER SPT. COUPE. .. 5/795/
auto/trans., V/8, power steering, ,/ewer brakes .

I c recking accounWEStiDEJIUWtiC for,,WSW.R&H, factory air, solid white, red inter.-


? 62 IMPALA. . . . . .5/495
Wagon, 4-door, auto/trans., V-8, power steering,
R&H, factory air, solid maroon, WSW.

I! 60 OLD 8a. . . . . 5895
4-door sport sedan, auto/trans., V-8, power
::: steering, R&H, solid white, blue interior, a good
solid car.

BANK 58 MORRIS OXFORD. . . .. 5245
4 speed trans., 35 miles per gal., good shape.

PAY ONLY 10$ A CHECKNO ...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

8:30 A. M. 'til 9:00 P. M.
MONTHLY SERVICE CHARGE HOURSMon..F"
A. M. 'til 8:00 P. M.

Open Sunday f2 noon 'til 6:00 P. M.

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