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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the product. or sei\>>es'advertised.

VOL. 24 NO. 3 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA APRIL 17,, 1966 l"




\ Jax Navy Exchange Joins .1




r Tr : Anniversary CelebrationThe .1




V w +t NAS Jax Navy Exchange 30. ,sale, many of the services which
facilities will participate in the During the sale, special the exchange provides will also .t.
Navy wide celebration of the merchandise will be made avail- be available at reduced prices. '..
...."'.,'., 20th Anniversary of the Navy able at special prices to authorized The Navy Exchange at NAS
'\' .$," : Resale System and its central office customers. All merchandise Jax offers many services.There ;
the Navy Ship's Store Office. offered in the sale will be American are three retail stores aboard :
.'h' The celebration will include a made and of the best the station that offer quality
two weep sale, beginning today obtainable qualitv: name brand merchandise at !.
and continuing through April On selected days during the reasonable prices. In addition,
there are laundry facilities (dry
r ..... Vietnam- cleaning, regular laundry and
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.... ',., ,'" coin operated laundry for do \
it-yourselfers' ), a cobbler: shop, ,

/ RELIEVE YOU. .Capt. Sherman E. Wright (lift) renders his Why Are We There? tailor shops (alterations small up to $1 'J

farewell salute to Ct/r. John W. Kidd who relieved the captainas on items newly are purchased done free of charge stores),

Officer.In-Charge of the Fleet Weather Facility as HAS Jax. barber shops, beauty shops,

"This Is the first of a seriesof but two of the more recent ones snack bars, express stores, a
articles posing a questionand World War II and Korea. portrait studio, services,and optical !
Cdr. Kidd Is New OinC at the same time attempting Then there was one called the shop, a watch repair shop .
to provide the best pos- "big war" the war to end all and an on station guest house.
sible answer. It is a tough wars . World War I. The profits realized from the f)
question, one that is being asked Each time we learned at a Navy Exchange facilities are returned -
At Fleet Weather Fac. by many Americans. It Is heard terrible and brutal cost that retreat to the patrons through ,l
over and over again on TV and does not bring safety, and the recreation fund aboard the .i i
radio. It is presented indifferent that wear uie: :&:S does not bring station. '
Cdr. John W. Kldd relieved One In the Pacific served 'I
ron
forms in newspaper head- peace. It has been a painful Navy Exchange patrons are :
Capt. Sherman E. Wright as Of- him well in his of Assistant y
capacity lines. Sometimes It is a subtle lesson. And it is this lesson urged to participate in the 20th ;
ficer-in-Qiarge of Fleet Weather Director of Project question hidden in the middleof that has brought us to VietNam. Anniversary sale. It is the \
Facility, during change of command Stormfury. (Stormfury was a a high minded discussionor This is a different kind of war, Navy : Resale System's way ofincluding
ceremonies held recentlyat joint experiment of the Navy article. At other times, and many Americans sometimes l .families. in the
NAS Jax. "' and Weather Bureau conducted say' when a young' man: holdsup wonder why it is being fought the C.taVy 1
The ceremonies were held adJacent ;a"during the ; "" fc
past hurrjcane! sea, ,,8 sign in a street demonstration way ft is. .Niklta 3irushchev'speaking a'4
to the Operations; son.) It is pretty glaring." in 1961', to a .Communist GdvoM Is Jax'Serviceman'
where the weather facility has had Capt. Wright, a 1963 Naval "WHY ARE 'WE, IN VET Pary Congress,said that
its headquarters since the unit Academy graduate retired after NAM?" in a world of nuclear wee ones, a
relocated here in December, the ceremony with 29 years and Why, do so many young Am- "World Wars" had become too
1964, from Miami. 10 months of commissioned ser- ericans who have so much, who dangerous for the purposes of
The new commanding officeris vice. Duty stations among his live in a country with so much Communist Party Congress said
a 1957 Meteorological,grad many tours of duty have included hope and promise, have to go that in a world of nuclear
uate of the U. S. Naval Post- OinC of Navy Weather Central, halfway around the world to weapons, "World Wars" had For March '
graduate School, and has a varied Shanghai; Fleet Weather Central fight and sometimes die ona become too dangerous for the r
aviation background in addi- Port Lyautey; Assistant hunk of real estate that does purposes of Communist'conquest. Roberto Galvan, PR1, of the !
tion to his meteorological duties. Director of Naval Aerology; and ? Aircraft Maintenance Department i
not seem to matter What he recognized, but didn't
His most recent tours of duty, Commanding Officer of Fleet was honored as the NAS ,"
The answer Is not an
easy his t
before reportl toNASJax,were Weather Central, Pearl Harbor. admit directly to colleagues., lax "Serviceman of the Month"for ,
as Meteorological Officer aboardthe one.There instances was that a thermo nuclearwar March, in ceremonies held "
are many the free would
USS Boxer: and USSOriskany.The Capt. Wright will remain at where Americans have had to against world last Friday by the Commanding \
the end of the Soviet Union
mean ,
experience gained by the NAS Jax as the Executive Sec- Officer. t
leave their homes to fight for of
with it the end
and a great
commander during a tour with retary of the Navy Relief Societyand what they believe in. To name of World Communism Capt. J. R. Mackroth pre- 1
Airborne Early Warning Squad- will reside in Orange Park center sented Galvan with the award #
Instead he took different tack.
a "
and check for $50, commending -

I ComFairJax Unit Band # 191 Attends ClinicThe He Communist spoke of strategy a comparatively. another new and him a his for family his selection.will also Galvan be the I:

kind of war. He referred to Viet
of the USO for a trip
ComFairJax Unit Band gan with a concert by the Dick bers played were two original nam and called it, "A War of guests St. Augustine. i
to
4191 returned earlier this month Schory Percussion Pops Or- works by Mr. Nelhybel, one of Liberation." In essence what he' Galvan is assigned to the Par- r.
after attending the 10th Annual chestra. The twenty musicians which has yet to appear on the described further, was a tech- chute Loft where his knowledge ,
All-Eastern Band and Instrumental playing more than 200 different publisher's lists. The band also nique of aggression built around of professional and technical (
Clinic held at the Naval School brass, woodwind, string and per- did three numbers featuring subversion and guerrilla insur skills has enabled the depart- t
of Music in Norfolk. cussion Instruments presented a "Doc" Severinson, among which gency. ment to keep its standards high ,
The three-day clinic, con- varied program. was the arrangement Dialogue- The Communists in Vietnamare in the field of aviator's safety
ducted by some of the most The Jolllet (Illinois) Township that was written especially for now testing this techniqueof and survival equipment. He ,
noted music educators and clin- High School Band, considered to him.On aggression. The name has not methodically researches all difficulties ;
icians in the music| field, was be one of the finest high school the last day of the clinic, changed a great deal. They callit 'encountered by his
hosted by Cdr. John D. McDonald bands in the country, opened the the student concert band gavea the "War of National Liberation personnel and keeps abreast of all j
Commanding: Officer of the activities the next day. The 70- fine concert under the t -ec- *" They use the term to des- changes pertaining to his field.A .
School of tuslc: member: band later presenteda tion of Lt. Thomas Adcock, ..:'x- cribe any effort on their part, native of Brownsville,Texas,
band board the USS In- ecutive Officer of the school. short of scale
In addition to the local concert on large war, to Galvan has been in the Navy for
members, a large number of dependence.The They were also lead by three destroy by force any non ten Upon completion of
from alloverthe second of the conductors Capt. Robert years.
military musicians event morn- guest Communist government. recruit training he first reported -
world, and college and high ing was a trumpet clinic held Lennev Ule, USA, Commanding They know that large scale to Oklahoma for Airman Prep
school band directors from the by "Doc" Severinson. He dealt Officer of the Army elementat invasions, such as the one
eastern seaboard were in at- with the basic fundamentals of the school; Mr. Nelhybel launched by the North Koreans Continued on Page 2
tendance. trumpet playing, which was of use who conducted another of his 15 years ago, could bring Among the notables in the to the experienced trumpet play- numbers; and Dr. Neilson. risks and heavy penalties.In t
music field were Dr. William ers as well as the beginners. That afternoon the clinic heard Vietnam and elsewhere, they
Revelli. Professor of Music at Severinson also stressed the use a percussion concert that was have resorted to a semi con-
the University: of Michigan; Mr. of basics in teaching. the instru- termed both interesting and dif- cealed aggression through the Buy
Vaclav Nelhybel, noted composer ment. ferent. Under the direction of Infiltration of arms and trained
and conductor; Dr. James Neil- In the afternoon, the V. S. Chief MuslcianJosephJ.Mlmeri, military personnel across national -
son Director of the Educational Navy Special Show Band, under the group used over 30 different frontiers. Vietnam is a
Dept. of the LeBlanc Corp.; Mr. the dlrectin of Senior Chief types of percussion instru- critical test of this technique. SavingsBonds
Forrest McAllister Editor and Musician Frank G. Forgo ire, ments., The highlight of this Recently General Giap, leaderof
Piili.-;lier of the School Musician played numbers popular to eachof concert was a number called "North Vietnam's army said,
a well-known magazine ineduca- the South American countries Parrallel Axis which utilized almost "If the special warfare that the
tional circles; and Carl "Doc" they haxe_ toured in the past six everyone of the Instru- U. S. imperialists are testingin
Se\erin.son staff musician with uears. ments.A South Vietnam is overcome,
NBC :and soloist with the Skitcli A concert by the School's fac- concert by- the Faculty then it can be defeated every-
Heooer ion Band on the. Tonight ulty Concert Band that evening Dance Band, featuring Severin- where In the world." .
Show. proved to be the highlight of the '
The first day of the clinic be- clinic. Included among the num- Continued Page 2 ContInued/ / Page 2





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EDITORIAL Chaplains/ Messageby

[Div I i'ne 5 rI t C P" '
h Library Week April 1723April
Chaplain Vincent J. Mahoney/

17 marks the beginning of National Library Week Like ROMAN CATHOLICSt. It is not uncommon for certain foreign powers to propagandize

the USO*.. a post or shipboard library can be something of a home the neutral countries of the world with the wearisome charge that
bent
4a J..frd n home for men and women in uniform. Edward's Chapelend the United States is a war mongering nation on conflict

a ar RI t Ted nJ4Ie of 'round the clock military activity, the for profit.
libhry:;'' _. o few places where off duty personnel can Naval Hospital wwe might for a moment compare this is the light of a term
settle in a 4 tomfb: freOf ;cfSiir, listen to music,write letters and catchup which we In the Navy constantly remind ourselves of namely
SUNDAY MASSES talk of and work at continually. What
on the ma a J r back home. combat readiness. This we
Hospital - 0630St. we trying to be ready for? Combat, to be sure.But certainly
are
rQ
: .' ..... Edward'sChapel not for its own sake. Our greatest military men have abhorredwar
--"-' - 0900 &.1100 for its own sake; and we have a dozen times been in a position

mmm1' BLESS .. stan a war and refrained.
OUR HAPPY I 21 DAILY MASSESSt. to But fight back! That's a different story. We are indeed pre-

I HOME Edward's: or pared to wage combat but for profit? Let our own initial
Monday thru Friday 1130 declare the reason: "All men are endowed by their
statement
Saturday - .. 0900 these 'rights to ourselves
Creator with certain rights; to secure
Naval Hospital: and our posterity, governments are Instituted. Our Navy is
Friday - - 1205 hold fast those
an arm of our government, and we do mean to to
rights, if we have to fight for them. None of us is so stupidas
CONFESSIONSSt. to lose his life to gain a bank account. But .as was said, to
Edward's: be ready to fight for family, for freedom, for future that's a
.
..... Saturday ------1900.2000
different story.
Sunday - -- -0815 0845; If a man is prepared to resist the Noble Savage" hisfellow
1015 1045 man when all that makes life worth living is at stake,
Hospital: Sunday. --0615 even though propangandamaycallhimawar-, his conscience

will tell him that he is a MAN and worthy of that proud title.
The library also offers something more important than CATECHISM CLASSES
relaxation. ,Perhaps no profession in the United States today can Chapel Annex Building 722: :
claim so many "self educated" men as the military. These Saturday's 1000 Advancements .
men have been their own teachers. For many, service libraries
have been a school. DIVINE/ / SERVICES
The quality of service libraries varies. In some cases they PROTESTANTAll VP-5 To be advanced June 16; 1966

are little more than a few shelves of books on the mess deck of Saints Chapel
a small ship. At large, commands they often contain thousandsof SUN'DAY's To be advanced May 16, 1966 Hudgins, C. W. to ATR3
books, records magazines and newspapers. But in every casea Ho McCue, D. F. to AE2
0800 --- -- Communion
maximum effort is exerted to provide the best library facilities & Appleget A..L. to ADJ2 Robbins, W. B. to ABH3
0930 1100 ---Divine Worship
possible under local conditions.A Babcock L. E. to ATR3 Welch, H. O. to AX2
library is a public collection of knowledge, a storehouseof SUNDAY SCHOOL Batcher P. to ATR3 Yurchisin.J. A. to AX3

answers in a world becoming more and more complex. In 0930 - -Chapel Annex Brissette, S. A. to PT2
celebrating National Library Week, we recognize the need for, Building 722 Felder G. D. to AMH3
and value of,these collections regardless size or location. Another Fernadez, C. E. to A02 To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966

way of recognizing them is by using their facilities not to the WEDNESDAY'S Harris R. L. to ADJ3 ,
library's benefit but your own. Visit your service library this ------Choir Rehearsal Hixon, V. L. to AO3 Quayle, E. J. to AX2 ,J I'
week and every week. (AFPS) Hudson, D. L. to ATI Smith, D. E. to ATN2
Ivey, G.T. to AME3 Fields, C. E. to ADRC' ,
VIETNAM/ Continued from Page J Jenkins, J. L. to A02
THURSDAY Newton, G. F. to ADJ3 To be _advanced Sept. 16, 1966
In Southeast Asia, the Communist the Geneva Accords of 1954 and 2000 Christian Science Service Notopoulos, N. G. to ATR3
have already publicly designated 1962, but general International Parker, J. to AIR3
I Thailand as their next Pulliam, J. H. to AX2 Albornoz, R. P. to SD2
I target. While at the same time, Law.To." > '. '. .'. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month Simmons, W. C. to ATR3 Hansen, T. B. to ADRC
a recent editorial in Pravda has be continued next. week..... 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Smithwick, R. E. to ADJ2
pointed in another direction of .- ".'" .,,.. (Small Otapel) Walters C. R. to ATR2

conquest with these world,"The ', ". To be advanced Oct. 16. 1966
upsurge of the national libera- U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL

tion movement in Latin American BANDCLNC't. / "/ *, ...*.,',.t.:,' I. Sunday's -x-. :\:4 I- 1000 I( To be, advanced June 161966; k J Gavette,J. E. to AE2 ".. '
countries has been to.a great extent Continued from, ?J' i Tyboroski, B. S. to AMH2FAETULANT
Page '
a result of the activitiesof CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT Abraham, R. C. to AX3
the Communist party." Boroff D. R. to ATI

Pham Van Dong. Premier of son, was the last event on the Today- Buckley J. W. to AMS2 To be advanced July 16, 1966
North Vietnam has also pointed clinic schedule.The Choir Practice at 7 p. m. Darcy K. E. to ADJ3 Bennett, F. M. to YN2
in the same direction saying, Sunday- Deakin, N. R. to ABH2 Branscome J. P. .to. ADJ3
"The experience of our compat- site of this year's clinic- Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Gindlesperger to ADJ3 .. '
riots in South Vietnam attracts the Naval School of Musichas Chapel Service at 10:303.m. Ramsdell, D. R. to TN2
the attention of the world, especially been in operation for over a year Communion on the first Sundayof Rectenwald, J. S. to ADJ3
"the peoples of South now since moving( to the Naval the month. Uhl, H. A. to ADJ3 GALVAN
America. Amphibious Base from the capitols -
From these statements it has CATHOLIC Continued from Page 1
become (Increasingly clear that In addition to the Navy Daily- To be advanced July 16, 1966
if the aggression against South and Marine Corps personnel who 11:20 a. m. Mass School and from there he went
Vietnam attend the school, the Army also -
Is permitted succeed: Sunday- to PR Maintenance School at
the forces of militant communismall has a rather large elementIn 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-' Potts, W. S. to AX3 Lakehurst, N.J.
over the world will be vastly fessions heard before each Mass. After school he reported
training there. The schoolIs
encouraged, and then we can expect to Fleet Air Support Squadron Six
not only modern in its methods
to see a series of theseso JEWISH/
but also in its facilities which To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966 which was located at NAS Jax..
called "wars of liberation"in
includes Call Ext. 311 for information This tour was followed by one
Latin America Asia and an instrument repair
on Jewish Services. year at NAS Miramar, Calif.,
Africa clearly demonstrating the Costa, J. S. to ATN2 from which he reported to Para-
communist theory of encir- shop equipped to overhaul all instruments McCormack J. L. to AE2 chute Riggers "B" School.
clement. and a fine fleet library -
Galvan then three
spent years
Understandably, InternationalLaw fleet unit which bands.supplies music to Traffic Violations with VW 4 when they were based

does not restrict internal To be advanced .Sept. 16, 1966 at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.

revolution. But it does restrict This school provides mu- His next tour was at NAS Whiting
what a third power may law-, sicians for fleet bands throughout The following is a report of Campos, R. V. to SD2 Field Fla., where. he remainedfor
motor vehicle accidents and

six weeks until he had his
fully do in sending men and the Navy and proves that- traffic
violations for the period
orders changed for his
arms to bring about insurrection.What present
North Vietnam is doing in music is truly the universal April Number 5 April of Accidents 11. To be advanced Oct. 16, 1966 ,duty station. ..

South Vietnam flouts not only language. Galvan presently resides in
This Week April 5 April' 11 Green R. F. to ADJ1 Orange Park with nis wile,
- - - -5
Kunsch J. E. to ATN2COMFAIRJAX Sandra and two sons.CORRECTION.
Total Accident this year through
April 1966 - - -84 /
Number of Accidents through /
AX AIR EVV"S April 1965 - - -75
To be advanced May 16, 1966
Total number of days since_ In the last edition of the
.last Injury In a motor vehicle Blampied G. B. to PT3 Jax Air News we Incorrectly
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper accident --------7 Brooks, J. R. to YN3 identified the Vietnamese Officers -
distributed each Thursday ut the U. S. Naval Air Station, Number of Violations Callahan, A. C. to CYN3' who are undergoing
Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a This Week - - 22 vr-30 DET. training at NATTC as membersof
Speeding - - -
6neckless
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the Army. They are In the
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, Driving - 0 To be advanced May 16, 1966 Air Force. We apologize for
u 2 through Stop Sign -1
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before this error
Other
Violations - 14
Biggs, M. D. to AZ2
publication. News items welcomed for all
are sources- Eighteen drivers appeared
Burridge, H. J. to AX3
Telephone EV 9-7711 1, Ext. 8162. before the Traffic Hearing Board Clark R. F. to ABH2
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries at the meeting held on April Jett, R. F. to ATR3
concerning such should be directed to 12. Disposition of the cases Johnson, S. E. to AX2 BUY

The Halt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway. included the following: One Karcher, J. M. to AX3
', Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 lost driving and parking privileges Lyon, F. D. to AX3 SAYINGS
aboard station for McClearn M. F. to AX3

VOL. 24 NO. 3 April 17 1966 various periods; One received Nipp, W. J. to AX2
suspensions; Ten were given Sloan, B. D. to AX2
warnings; Five dismissed;Sev- Wootton, W. R. to AX2 BONDS
en fined ( U. S. Commlsloner) Poythress. M. G. to AXl


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"Plane Captain of the Month"for
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week by Cdr. B.A. Nystrom,
h' MirsJ!r911F. %1A7r..Alr.NM? commanding officer of the "Blue
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c The son of Mr. and Mrs.Frank Check Our Tire Prices Befere Yev Boy
Brown, of Hallandale' Fla.,
i., Brown entered the Navy in July -
ROAD SERVICE 0700-2400
1962. lie attended Attucks
High School in Hollywood, Fla.

TAKING A GOOD LOOK. .VAP-62 dependents examine the Brown was selected for the a- .
Interior of a RA3B Sfc/worr/or/ during the Family Day Program ward from a number of outstanding MONEY IN1 1 DAY
held at the squadron's hanger last Friday. Plane Captains who have
been examples of exceptional

Dependents Deem performance of duty,behaviour, 25 to $ 600 "

and military appearance. As a
reward for his selection, Brown ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE i
has received a commendation Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how 'I
and has been relieved of all much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven- lIence.
Family Day SuccessThere military duties during regular Someday service/ '
liberty hours for one month.
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

were' more women and throughout the day running a You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. S
children in Hangar 114 last Fri-' taxi service in the RA3B Sky- ,.
day than there were Navy per- warrior. Approximately 50 wives CHURCH OF CHRIST S 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00
sonnel and rightfully' so; Fri- were taxied around the airfield.: 5223 Weseonett Mud J5J.80 9.00 427.5J 25.00
day was the annualVAP-62 Family Mission briefs and Navy mov- Near NAS '
2J9.27 13.00 29.00
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Day Program. were
Just Off Timitquanc' Rd.
Wives dressed in flight suits, ready room and the younger' 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39. )
children of all ages scurrying children were ,occupied with SUNDAYS: "rt
from office to office and shopto watching "The Road Runner"and Above Payments Include Interest ;
10:00 A. M. Bible Study
and the of the other cartoon characters. : '
shop men
11:00 A. M. Worship
:
squadron proudly showing off 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS DIAL Tinancz Company !
their working spaces, was the
scene during the successful o- JltcrelainFLORIST :
pen house. 241 We.t Dial 356-0735 Ij
Cdr. W. E.NowersCommanding 7:30 Church P. Phone M. Mid-Week,SP 1-5075 Service 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895
Officer of VAP-62, kickedoff
Minister' Phone SP 1-2646 I
the day with a welcome address Complete ,Floral Services IIj;j
to more than 300 visi-
ORCHID CORSAGE? \\
tors. A ditching exercise and
two display aircraft were also We Grow Our Own! 'I'

included in the day's events--' Direct g'uy .
.
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t-- Library Week April 1723April ,
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by Chaplain Vincent J. Mahoney

17 marks the beginning of National Library.Week Like ROMAN CATHOLICSt. It is not uncommon for certain foreign powers to propagandize
with the wearisome charge that
the USO...,. a post or shipboard library can be something of a home the neutral countries of the world nation bent conflictfor
Edward's Chapeland is war mongering on
4 ra frottihome for men and women in uniform. the United States a
u/ 't1\elffl1Jdle' of 'round the clock the
!tI1 military activity, profit.
this is the light of
libctaryJL ore of few places where off duty personnel can Naval Hospital Now we might for a moment compare a term
settle in'a comfbrtabic,ctihir,listen to music,write letters and catchup which Navy constantly remind ourselves of namely
on the magazines.from. back home. SUNDAY MASSES combat reaSness. This we talk of and work at continually. Whatare
Hospital - - 0630 to be ready for? Combat, to be sure.But certainly
..... :.o:, ., ,. ... />() St. Edward's not for we trying its own sake. Our greatest military men have abhorredwar
------; Chapel - 0900 &,1100 for its own sake; and we have a dozen times been In a position

RtrJ. OUR BL.ESS NAPPY / DAILY MASSESSt. to stan fight a biff I refrained.But That's a. different'story We are indeed pre-

'I NOME, Edward's: wage combat but for profit? Let our own initialswSnent
Monday thru Friday 1130 declare the reason: "All men are endowed by their
Saturday - - 0900 these 'rights to ourselves
Creator with certain rights; to secure
Naval Hospital: posterity, governments are instituted." Our Navy -is
I and our
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Friday - - 1205 arm of our government and we do mean to hold fast to those
an
rights, if we have to fight for them. None of us is so stupidas

\ } : ( CONFESSIONSSt. to lose his life to gain a bank account. But .as was said to
I I : .GYM Edward's : fight for family, for freedom for future that's a
to
r rs.rr ,.. be ready
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.... ( ..-'iP; Sunday -- --- 0815 0845; resist the "Noble Savage" his
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: tf'' I"\\:j A ".;. :...... ._,,:.-.;: r. a man Is prepared
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f.1::::.. :. ': 't". ,'.:,' .' ;'.;.t..::" ,. 1015 1045 fellow man when all that makes life worth living is at stake,
f { ;: .. '. ,,, :, : .. ::. _:."tI'I': :...' Hospital: Sunday --0615 even though propanganda may callhim a warmonger, his consciencewill

tell him that he is a MAN and worthy of that proud title.
;! The library also offers something more important than CATECHISM CLASSES
relaxation. Perhaps no profession in the United States,today can Chapel Annex Building 722:
"self educated" the These Saturday's 1000 Advancements
j claim so many men as military.
'I men have been their own teachers. For many, service libraries -
j have been a school. DIVINE' SERVICES'
i The quality of service libraries varies. In some cases they PROTESTANTAll VP-5 To be advanced June :16; 1966

i are little more than a few shelves of books on the mess deck of Saints ChapelS
i a small ship. At large commands they often contain thousands I of books, records, magazines and newspapers. But. in every case s Holy Communion McCue, D. F. to AE2
0800 -----
i a maximum effort is exerted to provide the best library facilities & Appleget, A.L. to ADJ2 Robbins, W. B. to ABH3
0930 1100 --Divine Worship
possible under local conditions. Babcock L. E. to ATR3 Welch H. O. to AX2

f I A library is a public collection of knowledge, a storehouse SUNDAY SCHOOL Batcher,J. P. to ATR3 Yurchisin J. A. to AX3

.; '< of answers in a world becoming more and more complex' In ------Chapel AnnexBuilding Brissette, S. A. to PT2
I celebrating National Library Week, we recognize the need for, 722 Felder, G. D. to AMH3
i and value of,these collections regardless of size or location. Another Fernadez, C. E. to AO2 To be advanced Aug. 16, 1966

j way of recognizing them is by using their facilities, not to the WEDNESDAY'S Harris, R. L. to ADJ3
i j library's benefit, but your own. Visit your service library this ------Choir Rehearsal Hixon, V. L. to A03 Quayle, E. J. to AX2
t week and every week. (AFPS) Hudson, D. L. to AT1 Smith, D. E. to ATN2
I Ivey, G.T to AME3 Fields, C. E. to ADRCTo
Ij j VIETNAM/ Continued from Page 1 Jenkins, J. L. to AO2
t THURSDAY Newton, G. F. to ADJ3 be advanced Sept. 16, 1966
,
In Southeast Asia, the Communist the Geneva Accords of 1954 and 2000 Christian Science Service Notopoulos, N. G. to ATR3
f have already publicly designated 1962, but general InternationalLaw. Parker, J. to AIR3
Thailand as their next Pulliam. J. H. to AX2 Albornoz, R. P. to SD2
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
I target. While at the same time, ,i Simmons, W. C. to ATR3 Hansen, T. B. to ADRC
t a recent editorial in Pravda has To becontinued next week. 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Smithwick R. E. to ADJ2

.1 pointed in another direction of (Small Oiapel) Walters, C. R. to TR2

conquest with these world,"The To be advanced Oct. 16, 1966
upsurge of the national liberation U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's '

l' movement in Latin American BAND CL'N'C'j' ' ; \.t- -':'.10Q I(& To be.I advanced, June, .;16,,1966 S*Gavette;-J. E. to AE2'' '
countries has been to a extent \
great Tyboroski, B. S. to AMH2FAETULANT
Continued from 1 :
Page '
'!, a result of the activities CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT Abraham, R. C. to AX3

+; of the Communist party." 'Boroff, D. R. to ATI <.

. ', Pham Van Dow Premier of son, was the last event on the Today- Buckley, J. W. to AMS2 To be advanced July 16, 1966

North Vietnam has alSO pointed clinic schedule. Choir Practice at 7 p. m. Darcy, K. E. to ADJ3 Bennett, F. M. to YN2
". in the same direction saying, Sunday- Deakin, N. R. to ABH2 Branscome, J. P. '.to ADJ3
"The experience of our compat- The site of this year's clinic- Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Gindlesperger to ADJ3
riots in South Vietnam attracts the Naval School of Musichas Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Ramsdell, D. R. to ATN2
the attention of the world especially been in operation for over.a year Communion on the first Sundayof Rectenwald, J. S. to ADJ3
the peoples of South now since moving to the Naval the month. Uhl H. A. to ADJ3 GALVAN
.., America." Amphibious Base from the capitoL -
From these statements it has CATHOLIC Continued from Page 1

become increasingly clear that In addition to the Navy Daily- To be advanced July 16, 1966
:) if the aggression against, South and Marine Corps personnel who 11:20 a. m. Mass School and from there he wentto
'.?: Vietnam is permitted succeed attend the school, the .Army also Sunday- PR Maintenance School at

1: ..:, the forces of militant communism has a rather large elementin 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- Potts W. S. to AX3 Lakehurst, N.J.
L' ,a, all over the world will be vastly fessions heard before each Mass. After school he reported
t training there. The schoolIs
encouraged, and then we can expect to Fleet Air Support Squadron Six
not only modern in its methods
to see a series of these JEWISH/
1966 which NAS
but also In its facilities which To be advanced Aug. 16, was located at Jax.
, so called "wars of liberation"in Call Ext. 311 for informationon This tour was followed by one
:':. Latin America Asia and includes an instrument repair
,
Jewish Services. year at NAS Miramar. Calif.,
Africa clearly demonstrating the Costa, J. S. to ATN2 from which he reported to Para-
communist theory of encir- shop equipped to overhaul all instruments -
McCormack, J. L. to AE2 chute Riggers "B" School.
clement. and a fine fleet library Galvan then three
spent years
which supplies music to Traffic ViolationsThe with VW 4whentheywerebasedat
Understandably, InternationalLaw fleet unit bands.
does not restrict internal To be advanced Sept. 16, 1966 Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico.

revolution. But it does restrict This school provides mu- His next tour was at NAS Whiting
following is a report of R. V. to SD2 Field Fla. where he
what a third power may law-, sicians for fleet bands throughout Campos, remainedfor
motor vehicle accidents and
six weeks until he had l his
fully do in sending men and the Navy and proves that- traffic violations for the period
orders changed for his
about present
arms to bring insurrection.
, \ What North Vietnam is doing in music is truly the universal April 5 April 11. To be advanced Oct. 16. 1966 .duty station. '
Number of Accidents
. South Vietnam flouts Galvan presently resides in
:- not only language.
, ,, This Week April 5 April 11 Green R. F. to ADJ1 Orange Park with nis wile '
<> j --------------5 Kunsch, J. E. to ATN2COMFAIRJAX Sandra, and two sons.CORRECTION. ,
Total Accident this year through "
April 1966 - - -84 ,
Number of Accidents through /

JA.X: A.IFr 1VEWSThe April 1965 - - -75 To be advanced May 16, 1966
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Total number of days since_ In the last edition of the

.last injury-in a motor vehicle Blampied. G. B. to PT3 Jax Air News we incorrectly
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper accident --------7 Brooks J. R. to YN3 Identified the' Vietnamese Officers -

distributed each Thursday ut the U. S. Naval Air Station, Number of Violations Callahan, A. C. to CYN3 who are undergoing
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a This Week - - 22 Vf-30 DET. training at' NATTC as membersof

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Speeding--------- ---6 the Army. They are in the
NEWS must b. forwarded to the Service Information Office nickless Driving - ou To be advanced May 16, 1966 Air Force. We apologize for
-g through Stop Sign -1
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Other Violations - 14 this error.
Biggs, M. D. to AZ2
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Eighteen drivers appeared
Burridge, H. J. to AX3
\ Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. before theTrafficHearlngBoard Clark R. F., to ABH2
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries at the meeting held on April Jett, R. F. to ATR3
concerning such should be directed to 12. Disposition of the cases Johnson, S. E. to AX2 BUY

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, included the following: One Karcher, J. M. to AX3
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359-4040 lost driving and parking privileges Lyon, F. D. to AX3 SAYINGS
aboard station for McQearn M. F. to AX3

VOL. 24 NO. 3 April 17 1966 various periods; One received Nipp, W.J. to AX2
suspensions; Ten were given Sloan, B. D. to AX2
warnings; Five dismissed;Sev- Wootton, W. R. to AX2 BONDS
i'p' i'- en fined ( U. S. Commisioner) Poythress, M. G. to AX1


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1i8 u..rL, nw'd Month Of Mar. 103rd it Bliita (1

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been Willie selected F. Brown as, ADJ3 VA-172's has !. All Our MNitwy 6evt. Employee Frleids 1

.!'! "Plane Captain of the Month"for
.''),< '1 .. ." ...;,'" the month of March. His Premium Quality Gas At .
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<< ';. ""J... week by Cdr. B.A. Nystrom, DISCOUNT PRICES \
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w The son of Mr. and Mrs.Frank Check Oar Tire Prices Before You Icy
Brown, of Hallandale, Fla.,
X. Brown entered the Navy in July ,
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1962. lie attended Attucks
High School In Hollywood, Fla. 4

TAKING A GOOD LOOK. .VAP-62 dependents examine the Brown was selected for the a- iEiNThA1
Interior of a RA3B Skywarrior during the Family Day Program ward from a number of outstand- 1
held at the squadron's hanger last Friday. ing Plane Captains who have
been examples of exceptional

Dependents Deem performance of duty,behaviour, $ 25 to 600 +

and military appearance. As a
reward for his selection, Brown ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
Cash for Just phone and tell how It
has received a commendationand any purpose. us
has been relieved of all much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven jlence.
Family Day SuccessThere military duties during regular Same-day service.
liberty hours for one month.
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

were' more women and throughout the day running a You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. \
children in Hangar 114 last Fri- taxi service In the RA3B Sky-
day than there were Navy per- warrior. Approximately 50 wives CHURCH OF CHRIST S 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00
sonnel and rightfully so; Friday !- were taxied around the airfield.i 5223 Vftsconett tilvd. 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00
was the annualVAP-62 Family Mission briefs and Navy mov- Near NAS '
219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00
Day Program. ies were shown in the squadron
Just Off Tlmuquanf Rd.
Wives dressed in flight suits, ready room and the younger 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39
children of all ages scurrying children were occupied with SUNDAYS:
from office to office and shopto watching "The Road Runner"and Above Payments Include Interest.
10:00 A. M. Bible Study
shop, and the men of the other cartoon characters. :
11:00: A. M. Worship
squadron proudly showing off ee. .x.eeu 6:00: P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS DIAL Jinance Company :
their working spaces, was the
scene during the successful o- JlcceltwnFLORIST :
t pen house. ,241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 4
Cdr. W. E.NowersCommand- 7:30 Church P. Phone M. Mid-Week SP 1-5075 Service 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895
ing Officer of VAP-62, kickedoff Minister Phone SP 1.2646 ;a";
the day with a welcome address Complete Floral Services I.
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to more than 300 visi- I1
ORCHID CORSAGE? \
tors. A ditching exercise and ,
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two display aircraft were also We Grow Our \)

included in the day's events;' Buy, own'Ij[ ] : : : : .
Men from each shop and office and Save yir I II
built interesting displays showing II I
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Behind The SceneWith Medals At today marks the start of prices yet many of the same
celebrationof items are cheaper In town.I .
InspectionHeavy the 20th Anniversary Of feel that the facilities as a
the Navy Ship's SAsk Us" whole are adequate for this
the big one still to be Class 66 D was composed Photographic Squadron flee the "If Ya "
base.
caught there is still plenty of of non rated men from the Sixty-Two honored four men with reporter asked NAS Jax that person-the Mrs. Kenneth Strickler"The
think
time remaining to enter your MAA Department Training nel"Do you
in-
w
Air Medals at a personnel New Navy Exchange store is
fish in the AO Fishing Contest Facilities, 1st Lt., AE Support Wednesday. The awards Navy Exchange facilities are best ,
last is the ystfI
spectin If ,
before the deadline April 30. Personnel. AO Support NATTC were presented for actionin adequate at NAS Jax? feel so can usuaUy'find .-,:- ,..
that Medical and Cecil Field. If what do you
Reports are fishing was the highest tradition of the why? not what I need"
poor this weekend and very Navy during the period of Jan- would improve them? and so can !
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few fish caught.A regeia.
were 1960 through April 1962. j, R. members of
nine fishing from Bruce Shrum son of Mr. uary of the Navy Exchange my
man party Three enlisted men still attached found most family. I do]
AO School reported that the (CWO 3) W. A. and Mrs. the squadron receivedthe facilities hereat
largest fish caught was a 3/4 Shrum; NATTC Educational Ser- medals to as a result of duties NAS Jax to feel the beauty .... ', .. -
., pound speck. It was caught vices Officer, was a member ofa performed as third crew- be adequate } shop should bemodernized STRICKLERand
at Lajte George and the proud four man collegiate debatingteam technicians in thesquadron's I would liketo w '
,. angler was CIO S. E. DeLoach. that tied for first place :I n men photo photo version of the see an expansion S even moved to a new lo-
f Chief Beck reported from his, the 36th Annual Southern Speech Thomas Lee Gary in the cation. The cafeteria leavesa
camp on Lake Harding that their Association Tournament held in They AMls are John A. DeFiore PHI; number of lot to be desired. I am speaking -
, largest catch was an eight Miami last week. E. Crooks PHI brands and FEGELA of the one located In Bldg.
, pound bass. Shrum. a member of the St. and James 3. It should be redecorated
price ranges
The fourth award was presented
, *..***.*** Johns River Jw College team Lieutenant offered by the Special Order and couldn't something be doneto
former Navy
Congratulations to the honor (Palatka) was cited last month John: to P.a Helmick Jr. Helmickis branch and also an Improvement make the food line look more
I men and honor classes of the by being named State Champion residing at 4128 Tonno. in the qualify of haircuts appetizing?
, week. in debating and Most Entertaining Place now in Jacksonville.The given at the main barber Johanna Hoistee "As for
The AE honor class for the Speaker among Florida citations read. .pre- shop." me who has only' the use of
week is class 608. H. H.Cohen, Junior college students.In sented for the completion of a Jim B. Jelkes "In my the cafeteria] _":'
AA, of class 543 was the. AO addition to St. Johns the said number of missions of para- opinion theNaimproved eshave as a com-j, ", h. 1
'A" honor man. Miami Tournament title was mount importance to the secur- oonslderably. par 1 son. Icouldn't ; ,C'
Class 549 was the AO honor shared by teams from Murray of the United States. .The)' say \
ity
class and M.C.Wi1cIman.AOAA.of : State College in Murray Ky., These awards brought the totalto have new, up-r whether the}. ''l.
class 546 was the AO "A" and Mississippi State Universityin five Air Medals presentedto to-date build- facilities are
honor man. Starkville Miss. 40 Southern VAP-62 personnel this year.Lutheran ings compared adequate or 1"
colleges and universities were not. But, it is
with any out-
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represented in the foreslc com '. feel HOFSTEE
I side stores great to
George S. Zeoli, GMTSN Service Center '
petition. St. Johns was one of but far welcome by the staff,and servedas
of Cecil Field honorman and
was The Lutheran Service Center "
,
two colleges
junior present. the merchandJtiKfca an equal in the Navy.
Company Commander at the Shrum and the St. Johns team 19 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville Ise is concerned they could Rosemary Bustamante,SA-"I
Leadership graduation April 8. won six debates and lost none. is inviting all military personnelto have more of a selection to think the, services of the Navy
Zeoli led the leadership class' The topic of each debate in their First Day of Spring
with in comparison to Exchange are
with a score of 1314.87 and compete
an
the round robin competitionwas dance. The dance will
square
I
shouldnot but
outside stores. They adequate
i average of 87.66 James V. "Should there be be held 15th and will
greater on April
bring in too much merchan- do think clothIng -
Tredway, HN, NATTC Medical
freedom for law enforcement agencies start at 8:30 p.m. There is J
was Platoon Commander and dise of the same type variety ( women) .
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no charge and free refreshmentswill "
would make< people buy more. istoohighpric-
had the second !highest score of
Shrum is a graduate of also be served as well as
Keith M. Paul, AA "I ed for the en-
1312.05 and a 87.47
average. Forrest High School where he plenty of dancing and fun. All think the Navy Exchangeis listed man's
1 j Certificates of completion was a member of the National military personnel are urged to good in pocketbook. I'
t were presented to the class by Foresic League for three come and bring along a friend its very variety of don't think the BUST AMAHTE
J Commander G. A., S\ll14(111t years, He plans to attend for an evening of enjoymentat goods but I hours which they have are set up
.. school. the Service Center.
I NATTC's Executive Oft' law
of for the
think some right working personnel
the prices area of this base. Most people get
little high off work at 4:30 p.m. and the
I FHA HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS compared with Exchange is already' closed by

civilian stores.DAIII r that time. ,The only other timeto
The reason I shop is during your lunch-
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GUESTS Chief for MARTD. Allen Is i1wc'i-!! .., SipenrlsusAsstclitlMTeMeetThirsrfiy
from Spartanburg and Is acquainted ; j wq.
Seventeen. teen-agers and four the families of severalof
Royal Ambassadors of the Cal- the youths. y 1 ;Ii
vary Baptist Church Spartan- The Calvary Baptist bus left Chapter 11 of the Super-
burg S. C. were guests of the the home of the Florida Marine 1 Y w visors Association will have
Marine Air Reserves Training Air Reserve and headed south Its regular monthly meeting
Detachment here last week. .on y.. S. ##11 for the boys first Thursday, April 14, at the .
Their tours of the Jackson overnight campout at the Nova Lakeshore Florida National I
ville Naval Air Station and the Park, .Daytona Florida Bank, at 7:30 'p.m. Discussion ..
Key West, Florida Naval Base f
of the struggle for improving "
visited on April 3, were arranged MAR/NE/ ACADEMY the blue collar wages ,
by U. S. Sen. Donald S. Rus- ,will be highlight of the '
sell, whose home Is In Spartan- Enrollment at the Marine Mil meeting.
burg. itary Academy has taken a 30%; :,.
They were greeted here by jump at mid-term. It has been. """ >I
Lieutenant Colonel L.E.Lovette announced byGen.Vernon Megee, "' ..... ,.., .,' "" :. ELECTRONIC \
Commanding Officer of the USMC (retired), Superintendent.
.Cdr. J. A. McAllister Assistant Public
AWARDS.
Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment Seventeen new students'enteredfrom SERVICE SPECIALIST ;
and Warrant OfficerW. Arizona, Illinois, .California Works Officer, recently presented 10-year service awards to HONEYWELL EDP
E. Knepp their official guide Pennsylvania, Nebraska five PWD personnel1./ ,They are from left to right: C. L. Thomas; offer a I
for the day. Hawaii, and Iowa. IncludedIn F. E., Shelby/ Jr.; Kay Hardwick; W. J. Wescott; and W. War. can you :
The tour of the flight line gave the boys from Texas are five then. PROFESSIONAL
them a first hand look at the new students from Dallas. GROWTH
T-33 jet trainer the A-4B "Mid-term enrollment of this NA TTC CS 'Employee HonoredMrs. asa
Jet attack bomber the S-2F twin number of boys from such wide I
engine anti-submarine warfare area Is certainly proving the Vergle L. Green, clerk- bution to Central Office and NA- SERVICEENGINEER I
aircraft and the A-3D photo reconnaissance drawing power of the Marine Image typist at NATTC's Central Office TTC and wished her many more
jet. of( the Marine Academy," was lauded Tuesday in a '
A walk through the hangar gave Gen. Megee said. congratulatory letter from NA- years of continued success at Please/ see our'ad In
them an inside peek at the aircraft Over 70 requests for school TI C's Commanding Officer, NATTC or wherever her endeavors the Sports Pages of
as many of them had their catalogs have been received every Captain Thomas B.Ellison,commending are undertaken. today's newspaper.
"skin" removed and crews work- week since the first of the her on 10 years of con- Mrs. Green, a native of Jacksonville -
Ing on the engines.. year, so enrollment September tinuous Federal Service as of lives with her son, HoneywellElectronic
No visit' to a Marine Aviation should be In excess of 200 March 19,1966."Your Robert, at 1402 Belmonte Ave. Data Processing
.unit would be complete withouta students, according to Academy zealous devotion to duty She Is the wife of the late Wal- 141 Nee ft St.,
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lace M. Green and she has two
trip to teta officials.It has contributed ImmeasurablY'to NewtonMass.
trip to the helicopters. Here was also announced that the outstanding efficiency of other children, a boy and a girl, An Equal Opportunity
they saw the troop and cargo the Academy needs the help of Central Office and has had a who are married and live away Employer M/F
carrying choppers, the search Marines In enlarging its library. direct bearing on the effectiveness from home. 4 4z
and rescue helicopters and the The Academy has requested that of the command as'a whole" I z
small ones used for reconnaissance. Marines look over their book- the letter read. Captain Elli- -
shelves to see If they have any son went on to say that Mrs.Green's Inlet Marina f
sance. books suitable for the Academy prevallng loyalty to "HI "
Back at the Marine Air Reserve library and' which they no longer NATTC and, her associates AND 10ATY AID f
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Training Detachment the tour was desire to retain. throughout the years has been an D MERCRUISER
concluded with the showing of Each book acquired will have inspiring .example to all of us. MERCURY- .
two films. One took the boys"through the donor's name placed on the, *.. oj FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS
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.'''I "Boot Camp at Parris covert c' Especially desired are: Commander A. W. Bradbury, .
Island S. C. and the',other let history, military''' and'' scientific NATTCs Administrative Of- ''.: I "',Boatsi Sn1.s-S
them travel half way around the books, the classics, and" good fleer, presented the letter, ,and rYlc..Storal'
world for a report on the Vietnam novels. Any hardbound book' certificate of commendation to '
yar.The on any worthwhile subject,us- Mrs. Green at ceremonies Inner Large StlectioH-Ntw ft Us.d Rigs
Jacksonville visit provedto able. Mail all books to Head- office. He joined Captain Ellison -
be old-home (,week for Staff master, Marine Military Academy in expressing to Mrs.Green Hwy. 17 Or..|. Nrk 264-9135
Homer Allen, Supply HarlingenTexas78550.
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: ;L., A2I'JL' cr1".Y l :" Your Navy Exchange .1 enty Years Of Service RAdm. Blkk's' Birthday' Mss..]


; YW DfM (QlM) ''i1IXJ To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Navy Resale
c. System, Exchanges around the world will stage a two-week sale

Beginning April 14.Announcement .
;/3' 4_' ____ --- -r of the sale was made by Rear Admiral Charles

TJ A. Blick-, Supply Corps) U.S. Navy, who\: Is Commanding Officer
__ of the System's' central office, the Navy Ship's' Store Office (NSSO).

During the sale period, the Admiral said, customers may obtaina
mAIL DIP ARTMENTS SERVICI! tflAPTVrrS! variety of merchandise and services dispensed through\ Exchange

facilities, all at special prices.
ALL R REI) SIGNS INDICA.1'.'! SPCIALS IARBDt BtAtlTt SHOPSClot.h1nc. The Exchange Officer will announce sale specials through

rp:7,1: : bullentins .and through the pages of this paper.In .
Cn47 SH IlEPAIJt; '
rl1l1 the two decades of the Navy Resale System's operation,
Ro_.... $SUVICI IST'TICIfStM.Ic f b, $ world -
"--n'.r ; wt Ship's' Service Stores Ashore have been converted into a
a. ri
Knits SIte : st Belt.Phonolhph. bi '
: of the System's
Shirti $ .t Ret.raotore : system of Navy Exchanges under the management
8i: : 4 _______ '
Tape R.aord.rs Slackl Office.As .
ir.tLU. the Ship's Store
central office, Navy
11ut.rilc-b1'OOtl socksZlRtrt Uta : ) -
1' niZs .. ENrl.nq IIoe4 ?rl6.h 1 i .Lci the central managerial head of the Navy Resale :System

ladies Dim'Na..... Til.=.. PoUIh C1..Aiflg $uppi.t.i. --. Lct; :_ '$ ______ ..: -t\ p NSSO as for two decades aided Navy Exchanges MSTS Exchanges -
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Ola. PHaro, ?rDlISHOO -, -- Commissary) Stores .and Ship's Stores Afloat to expand

: :. = F1aitss. ., : 1&41111, ?ramtAIT.trUDIO* ... _____ I ________ ,- and modernize their facilities so that you, the authorized'customer -
XAagga. Uncu1. -4 may shop in greater comfort and find a wider range of goods
StaUOIIII7 VAteR REPAIR A
Pen. an4 Pen% S.ti. Ho'Handbll' ___ and services available to you.
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.rs13&s : Bbu.:. SNACK Ddl.1.,!JAM*,.t.un... CAFETPRXA.1Gsdsn !: J1 'i- .. Currently, NSSO serves 168 Navy Exchanges, approximately
: 'G Aco..rje. h' Puh 1 675 shipboard{ stores .and 89 Commissary) Stores. NSSO "keepsthe
==:::: !1IW'I'D'' :tIER'S' _
ta.'.... CI.IJB books" for the world wide chain' of Navy Exchanges,
;:;. Ch114ren''.. LAUNDRY A DRY CUirlINQ paying their employees and their vendor bills and returning to
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Hou..cl.tt.ing Lit Yttrss. $S'S'U.' COYlreu' !ENGRAYX1Go : them a majority of their profits in a check for each Station
Dittsr.nt ?oil.try:. C-sw1.rs Command's' recreation fund. NSSO also advances loans to Exchanges -
an4 Ct.to. I flu.. Shirt.Sun.u1t.. IHII :1z BloUl.. ''LOWEll 5RI1.i '
1 acilities.
.
b7 s StJOUSI Clock.i :S.scks Short.] : m JWtOO "The 20th Anniversary Sale, ". said Admiral BUck, "Was
t.7ootw.u;:: Und.rw&r OPTICAL SHOP organized so that Navy Personnel and their families might share t
Pu,, : in this System wide celebration. Their loyal and continued

-- I ______T_ :_ ft 1,4. patronage has made possible, the great improvements visible today -
..;ttH)$ + after two decades of service by the Navy Resale Systemand
NOW. The/ NAS Jax Navy Exchange in 1966 is comparable/ / many/ ways to a modem department NOW. .Cecil Field's Exchange facilities/ / have Been expanded quite extensively as has the variety Navy Ship's Store Office. The sale of merchandise and servicesat

:' ) 't4ii utl.: aj store In the variety of goods offered and the layout! of the ,storo. In addition to the Main/ Exchange I of merchandise available."' The more attractive layout of the store makes shopping more pleasant, reduced prices is another way to the Navy man .and his family."

there are also stores at NATTC and the Naval Hospital.The and the self-service aspect Is more convenient.their .


20th Anniversary Sale first fashion show will be held From '"owmooofs" shoddy merchandise for size of the buildings have grown, The money y )you spend In Exchange .

gets underway today in Navy today at the Main Exchange to Navy/ Exchanges money via palls suspended over so has the quality and varietyof facilities Is depositedeach .. ', .: .\
Officerin f
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Exchanges around the world.It starting at 2 p.m., and on the the sides of the ships. merchandise available. The day by the Exchange "

'j .,Yo.i ...........-...-...-...............................................-..........................'...............'".'........................................................................................................................................................' is in of celebration of the 19th, Cecil Field will hold a showing recognize The Navy them Exchanges today came as,into we Later came the old canteens Main Exchange offers a large and a the central worldwide bank exchange account sharedby complex I : .. -: '1'' ) ; ,.\ ,".. '; '":,,
the Resale of merchandise ."
.ft. growth Navy at their exchange at 2 p.m. being after the start of WW I I., aboard the- ship that sailors referred selection : : ;: ., .,
TRANSPORTATION System as well as in oommera These sales and specials are but the ideagoesbackmanyycars' to as "slop chests". services, located in either the with duplicate deposit slips : \. :.'!'i' ''li1l! ..i!::!lllrh, ,.<'
? tion of the of ) other being sent to the NSSO at Brook- .
completion two offered to patrons in appreciation The sailors of those days obtained These were co-operative ventures main building or at various ,''I' :"

I RENT A CAR .IV THE HOUR decades' of service by the of the patronage. which has personal 'necessities and financed by the crew with locations around the station.A lyn.At N.Y.the end of each month, after. ..t : '; '-'
DAY OR WK. System's Central Office 1
Navy
I made it possible for the great merchandise from '"bumboats", the profits being turned over to Two-fold/ Result all Exchange have been

c Impalas a Ship's Store Office.To expansion which has taken place small, privately owned boats. the general mess. These funds Through your patroage of Exchange paid, the bookkeeping expenses and accounting ... '" "".."
Mustangs :
o Valiants : celebrate this anniver- in the Navy Resale System dur- These boats would anchor along- were later used for recreationand resale facilities,you have machines at NSSO determine Beingtransferred : :

sary, Navy Exchange Stores ing the past 20 years. side naval vessels .and exchange welfare activities, making made possible this great expansion the profit realized by .

RENT A MOTORCYCLE IY THE HOUR, DAY, throtJahnllt-..,_-?"..--, th...? wrtrl/4 nw....*./.. aAbliUlUltlftsales ifa...Vi/sMtrw..'.. ..,.... ,... -- ---- them the first Navy Exchanges.In Yourpatronageof the Navy each Exchange. The profit is ; : .
( OR WK HONDA'S' of specially priced goods,' -IL ru. 1909 the Naval Appropri-- Resale System also has had atwofolds mailed Exchanges. F= s for pre ? t
,, 50cc-90cc ;a : ations Act gave legal status to, result )you have sentation to station commandsfor :
: as well asoffering,/. \ specials. ; the Ship's' .Stores and Commissary ) -' bought your"goods .and servicesat theirrecreationfunds.'Your ,/ .. f.. ''II -4 : '.. -.,; ... ,f "
:
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE 21! i on their \various.services.' These Stores, but the variety of low prices and the money y Celebration/ Too i1<, ;/ .
;' sales which will be announced : merchandise available was still spent has supported recreation This special anniversary saleis
cull ll .
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:--s:; .':' daily .will continue, through April very limited. The advent of programs for Navy personnel, being offered to the patrons ., .......v
s 30. World War I found these stores locally and around the world. who have helped the Navy Re-

-ieJ Cdr.Fred Schonze, Jr., Navy inadequate in the terms of commodities Where Does the Money Go? sale System grow and expand over
? Exchange Officer at NAS Jax, .and services and thus Navy Ship's Store Oil Ice the past twenty years. In a
I announced that in addition to dictated the establishment of a (NSSO), the central office of the sense, it is your birthday too.
6400 Yukon RJ. (Next to Yukon Trailer, Pk.) the special sales/services/ there new organization, Ship's Ser- Navy Resale System, has guided Through your continued patronage

or our new office/ 13254 Normandy y Blvd. ::=: will be prizes and fashion shows \vices.A and aided the tremendous expansion and support of Exchange facilities -
(fn the effort of
.-...................................... ..':.'..9..I.g.!. !334-6482: ,:. given at the NAS Jax and NAS the duplication retail stores eventually of exchange facilitiesfor the system Is destined to
two
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; ..... ;.......-..;. .............WK'K'WK'I'K'I'K'X'K'K'KWIWW.'iViV.V.vX' .....:............ Cecil Field Exchanges. The __ : the past twenty uears. grow even more.
ic !led d Secretary of the Navy y]James
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lishment of the Navy's Ship's ..;..,'' <,,;.4\ '. '-:""t;. .OfJJ'.. <' i t

WORLD'S LOWEST PRICED ___ Store in April of 1946. The ____ __ :", .4r.)) fr .1 S : :: I
? NSSO and .
I was given management !: : I.I I--
technical control over all Ship'sService .

2 + I .- Stores which were renamed :,.I > ;': .. ; ;,

2 CONVERTIBLE -."yt, ___ Navy Exdiangea in 1950..
I In 1949, Ship's Services A- ..r
---j. float of t
came under. this .type ',; :
control and in 1950, NSSO became -
AND THEN This .
view, taken in 1955
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shows
the
Navy the management head of the ;
Exchange that
!facilities were available to personnel In the MSTS Exchanges. "
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original 27.
Bldg. The ,
that '
area was use for the sale of for those
clothing, costemics, luggage, jewelry;, and miscellaneous/ It. A Long Way Get extra money ,

ems Is the present location of the sporting goods and men's' Retail shopping (facilities.for extra from HFC
clothing sections. Navy personnel and their depen- expenses

dents have come a long way .,
Why just during these past twenty years. Moving to a new post? The many incidental expenses .
shop for
a HOUSE when have for allowance can add up .
you can a Today, Navy families shop not covered by your : '
personal necessities and house to a real money problem. If you need extra money'\ .
FamilylkiloredHome hold goods in stores equippedwith .
to cover them all-see Household Finance now. Get < ;
\ the most modern equipment cash for cost-small or large.. .Repay"""
enough every
available. Exchanges are in.some .
instances large shopping centers (,;/ HFC conveniently after you get comfortably situ I
that offer authorized military AND THEN Cecil .Field/ : personnel had a smaller shopping ated. Wherever you go-one of HFC's' more than .

customers a wide variety of goods oreo and a smaller selection of merchandise to choose from 1400 offices is nearby. You can borrow with confidence i
a and services, at the lowest of their exchange was taken.
practicable when this 1955 view -for any good purpose-at Household Finance., .. !
prices. .
'
I The facilities at NAS Jax have Borrow up to $$600 1.: ..
kept with the expansionand :; .
pace .
modernization in the Main Take up to 24 months to repay :',.- '

Navy Exchange\, Facility completed k ':.
In MardI 1964. The facility HOUSEHOFINANCE .
Professional planning bilnas$ this 1325 was added on to the orig
square foot ,rancher to you fi, an amazing i inal store in Bldg. 27 which ''
; country-size low monthly paymen" SpacloJ4$ living room, $$13,950_ has been exia'tenceslnceWWI.: ;: -
.
.
IlUchen-d'nlng
baths and room, with two Bldg. 27 served first as an :'
Circulating floor plan. Separate ,.... '
for the .
aundry> ,room, too' 4 big bedrooms, 19 administration building\ -aq&, '. ".:.'
plus attached 500, whenit
storage-style Army that occupied the site
gara0e. was Camp Johnson.. After 25 West Forsyth_St.-Phone: 355-9683 .

IMPORT CARS. the war, the building becamea .
flchantec- post t office until the Navy Exchange -. Cedar Hills Shopping Center .:. '
took ;it over around 1 1944.!>> 3734 Standing_Blvd.-SPrlng 1-4581 -
MART' The expansion has not been limited -
K 1027 HENORJCKS homes to the. present building as 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
3985746Ol plans are being formulated to add Aoh about ear vcnlnf .h.ius. <.. _

I JnqJ : .- Cors Of J I .l# St. another section that will enclose ,., ........ ............. .... .., ',. S. ..'. .,..: '. '.. : .. .. .
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PP'IQ3nf' ...0.,1'0.)0.., ) p... Drfr 771-2340 all the facilities under one roof. ," _
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) LAFRA126 To Meet Tonight .
NAS Libraries
: : 'Bits & Pieces' The regular meeting of Unit Ing. All ladies who have them hats for
Fleet requested to wear
Auxiliary. are
; .. 126, Ladies
To Observe Reserve Association will be held the pictures.
: \ For Women Chairmen,
: ; Thursday, April 14, at 8 p.m. Youth Activities
' 4 All officers and chairmen of Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Wil-
.
. ,. attend son held an Easter egg hunt last
By Marge Beauchamp NLW 1723There the group are urged to
Reserve
Fleet
the
for the pictures for the History Sunday at
With department store cosme- and relax for ten minutes then Book will be taken at this meet- grounds for children
t.1 tic counters loaded with wash it off with cold water.It .
expensive beauty aids,we some- leaves you with a wonderfully is nothing more fasci- S SAVE S.
times forget the homemade concoctions smooth feeling skin. nating than new books. And
t : that worked wonders Many cosmetic manufacturersoffer new books we have I We have FRED DAVIS
'I, for grandma. Thought you might facial masks extraced from books that will fascinate the surfer -
, enjoy stepping back 'a few generations -' strawberrys,but the natural fruit tempt the traveler, excite IjUICI{-PONTIAIC]
. t and picking up a few of will accomplish the same result. the sportsman, and thrill the ad- GMC TRUCKS
these'at home beauty treat- Mash fresh strawberries into a venturer. For the handy man,
t'*' ,ments. You may :be pleased bowl, then take the pretty colored plenty of self help on the "do- GREEN COVE SPRINGS
with the results. goo and pat onto your face. Again it-yourself" theme.
Cleopatra soaked inamilkbath relax about ten minutes then What ,about those new books
s' while awaiting the arrival of remove with cold water. That 'your friends are reading and talk- THERE IS A
: Mark Anthony and look what it certain 'HIM' will definately notice ing about? We have them! IN
did for her. If you don't happento the added glow resulting COLD BLOODbyTrumanCapote; PICJV'SAVE-
own a cow and find'that abath- from this homemade treatment. BILLION DOLLAR BRAIN, a spy
. tub of milk is not included in Try slicing a cumcumer and story by Len Deighton; THE
your household budget, then I rubbing it over your' brow, SOURCE by James Michener; 4 Ii
suggest you dip a ball of cotton cheek bones and chin. Also, and YES, I CAN, an autobiography im.z. .
. into a cupful to wipe away the take two slices of the same by Sammy Davis,Jr...
&ft day's makeup. It has such a cucumber and after lying down, just to name a few. ," STORE
soothing effect on any minor skin place them over your eyes. This For more serious reading and
Irrations you might have. time only relax for five minutes Information we have MENKE'SENCYCLOPEDIA r
.. Check your refrigarator and and then' remove the cucumber OF SPORTS, NEAR YOU
the contents there WJH offer you slices., FIFTY SHIPS THAT SAVED THE
,t. f a variation of beauty:'husks that These are but a few at WORLD by Philips Goodhart I -I
t will leave you with"a cool, refreshed home concoctions,but I am sure and the latest AUTOMOBILE
f.' .. and taunt skin. you know many others, so next QUARTELY.With .
For example,seperate a couple time you get in a doit CHECK OUR
: of eggs and beat the whites until yourself mood,take a few minutesto the world becoming
. they resemble uncooked meringue check the refridgerator and smaller every day, wouldn't you
. then smear them on your face relax yourself into a more like to known more about Indon- LUNCHEON SPECIALS
with your' fingertips. Lie down beautiful you. esia, Viet Nam,Japan, France
. --__ L:1;: and South America? Our excellent -
.r new maps and atlases
i 4a will help you locate these
r troubled spots as you read
about them. ieit1 ON STAGE
Don't miss Library Week
which begins April 17, 1966. April IS, 16, 17,20,21,22
Where? The Station Library,
Building 3, Naval Air Station. '4 xI ) EVES AT 8:30 SUN, MAT. 2:30
Our hours
are most conven-
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AMERICA'S FUNNIEST MUSICAL

Monday -'Friday. 8:30 a.m.-

9:00: p.m.Saturdaly'.' 8:30'a.m. -5:000.m. A FUNNY: THING

Sunday 1:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. HAPPENED ON THE WAY DfE.l RUM

"$ Good Clean Dirty Show' Dring. Back Belly LaUih. Time
1 Boleteroue| MueicellJumpe with Mirth" A. P..

; 49 1 BUY 28 Months On Broadway

i: 1Z ? 1i t., SAYINGS Guild Players Presentation

/." x W :: FAIRFAX THEATRE Call for Reservation

BONDS 4120 Herschel! St
PREPARA TIOHS. .Lcdr. J. M. Kennedy greets his wife, 387-4394
(left) and Mrs. C. J. Eadie In typical Japanese fashion as MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED
they make preparations for the ninth Annual Magnolia Ball.
This years theme Is "Magnolia Ball in a Japanese Garden". --------
The ball will Be held April 30 at -7 p, m. at the HAS Jax Officers
Club. Make your reservations now.L .

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Movies at the
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will be shown
8:15 p.m. $2.25 and a 10 oz. K. C. steak
Saturday. In 0" CLUB Music this Friday for $1.35 and music by the
will be provided by the "Moonlighters'. Sunday there .
two evening :{ivCva.\'a M' l+.h11'raL: +1\StiY ?VUt S..t:
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be a matinee at Arnold 4" with Johnny will be a roast. beef dinner for
Saturday Sundays on Saturday. Tuesday 90tf, and a childs plate for 50tf.
The Hospital foreign dish night featuring Monday the package store and Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
weekly treats from many galley will be closed. Wednesday 3649 Philips flw)'., Jacksonville, Florida 32207, to arrive
one Cecil Field will Wednesday Is Fried Is game night beginning not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs.
the week night for the whole at '745. The special will bea day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
during the following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
Thursday Is shrimp basket for 900.
p.m. Matinees night. beef- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
on weekends at 2 be received WITH the copy for the ad.
E M CLUB: Tonight Is game
Thursday, CLUB', Music this Friday night, the special will be a rib- DO NOT SEND CASH

the Chief's dub will feature eye steak for 500. Friday night, RATE: Minimum Charge lin.. . .
special floor show Carl Boyd will ((3 ) . . .$2.00
WAS Claudine- Thunderball A :" In addition to,the"Alex Sophis-and entertainment. Saturday provide It will the Per additional lin. ((4 words p.r line}. . .-.0.50
nery, Kats. be Alex Huston for
Spy In Mark Castle will pro- your listen-
Brett Halsey, Pier ide the dancing tunes on ing pleasure and Sunday you SINGERS FOR $15 RENT OR SELL: AVAIL.
C. Field" Die ; with the John Arnold will have the pleasure of being SEWING MACHINES, left in storage IMMED.. 4 BR,
Boris Karloff, Nick 4" on Sunday. entertained by Jimmy Stricklandand good condition, fully electric oven excel. value, DUKE
Y DUCEY CLUB-The Moon- band. Monday, Tuesday and does everything TUMBO BKR.
completewith 771 0374.
Friday, April will appear on Friday Wednesday, Happy Hour will be attachments. Yours for
NAS Seven and the Claudette Musing from 5 to 6. storage charge.; Only $15 each. SWD
The World (formerly the Holidays) Call warehouse, 353 1946, will NEW HOMES WESTWOOD
Saturday. Sunday's! patrons USO NOTES deliver no obligations. A '
Gabel 1 MANOR Convenient to NAS &
Hospital When be entertained by the music Sewing Machine Company Cecil Field.. Total monthly
Mark Castle. USO NOTES 318 North Ocean
Game '
night is
the Girls payments $79.00 to 98.00 .
PresnellC. Sunday and Tuesday. Street Special events this weekat (Pays everything). Nothing down r
Harvey
the USO Include, on Friday a TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY-
Field Spy In to military personnel with 2 or
]ACKETS INN Thursday SPECIAL "The Universals"will dependents, Stenos, typists, key- more active duty. Call
Pier years
Brett Halsey,
dancing will be to March be playing from 8 to 11 punch operators, bookkeepers, Page Aspinwall, CPO (Ret),
Saturday, with Mark Castle on p.m. for' an Informal dance. floral designers, temp. assign.As representing ,Naval Personnelfor
The Loose Ends will Saturday Is Blind Date Night you are available. TEMP- Stockton. Whatley, Davin &
NAS The Rack
appearing on and Vespers and refreshment this ORARY TALENT 1130''' ACL
Saturday
Co. 771 1241 or 356 7371.
man, Wendel Cory From 2-5 p.m. Sunday will be at Grace Chapel Bldg. 356 0753
Hospital Gemini Five will entertain Parish. Sunday's movie will be 3 BR
Connery, Claudine REDEOORATED HOME,
C. Field Phil"Cay will be appearing "Everything But The Truth"starting REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION $100 dwn. $50. mono ORANGE
night. Monday's band at 7:30: p.m. On Monday, advice. 7 PARK
will days a REALTY, 264.2411
Meet The Girls-
the Jlmmle[ Strickland Trio. it will be Reoord Choice Night. week. Homes for sale, $100
Harve Presnell
night is every Wednes- Tuesday another special will Down. Equities No Qualify- HYDE PARK AREA: 1414 Ron
Sunday, be the feature USO Jr. Vol- ing. Rentals. Homesite Lots Rd. Furn.2BRhousecleanelec.
unteers' Party at the NAS Hos- Acreage, Investments. WALTER Kit
water furn $75. mon. call
NAS Naked
HAS CECIL pital. Transportation to the T. BOWEN, Reg. Broker. USN 389 6938.MARINE .,
Wilde, Gert Rombery hospital will leave the USO at Retired. 384. 1376
Hospital Seven R. F.: Friday there will 6:15 p.m. Wednesday Is Disc
The World Roger a seafood buffet at 7:00. Jockey Show Night with Mr. USED AUTO PARTS: FOR OFFICERS: '(xM-
la Gabel cost will be $5.00 per Al Albert acting as"MC".Homemade all used cars Alert Auto Parts, PLETE wardrobe, included,
Monday, Entertainment will be Goodies Night will be the 8478 Normandy Bldv. 781 -0581 mess dress, with emblems, size
For reservations call future for Thursday. or 771.6258. 42-43, 35-36 trousers,7711537.
NAS Slender 275.
Poitier, Anne FOR SALE: HOUSE TRAILER. ORANGE PARK- CHOICE AREA
Hospital The CLUB: Friday there will 1959 Richardson, 2BR,' 8 x 38 $2000 Under,FHA Appraisal 3BR
Newman Wendell 1""r a lobster dinner for $2.25 call 771 9127 or Wares Trailer 2B, Den Flrepl. Hwd. Firs. DbL
C. Field-Seven; a 10 oz, delMonlco[ for $1.65 Park. Gar. Landscaped lot, $1700 total
the-World-;: Roger cark will provide the musi- down payment.
Gabel :; al entertainment. Saturday will FOR RENT: HOUSE, 2 "BR, .VIRGINIA E. BELL. BKR.
Tuesday, lobster dinner again for unfurn A/C, conv. to NAS, '$90 264-2488 359-2462
mo. Ph. 389 2680
NAS Night Of FURN APTS: 1 & 2 BR, $69to
Clint Walker, Martha : lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHEIEI SILVER BUFF COCKER: PUP- $75 mo. 771 9007
Hospital The j PIES. Reg. Male & Female.
Cornell Wilde, CONVENIENT DIIVE-IN, SPACE 5 wks. old. Ph. 264 2405 SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM,
C. Field '- The den, 2 1/2 bath home for sale
Newman, Wendell Try Our HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 BR, re- in Hyde Grove Acres.Completely ..
fridgerator, oven&range,screen carpeted, draped & fenced
Wednesday, 0 i porch, large fenced yard. 4 yard. Convenient Jax & CecIL
NAS -That Darn / BOAT CHICKEN year equity, nothing dwn. $80.50 Price $26,500.00 Phone 781-
ley Mills, Dean Jones / FRIED I per mo. Between NAS & Cecil 1451 after five weekdays, all
Hospital, Slender i phone 771 5170. day Sat. & Sun.
Sidney Poitier, Call Ahead BASKET ((4 pcs) 1)
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Field The
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I, :: -; Sports Shorts .': Wave Ends Season League "d \ Whistling! In k.TheRigging r



\::, Varsity Softball Softball Starts

,The lax Varsity Softball Softball season gets underwaythis .

Team will play their first game Monday, April 18th, with For SummerWave
pf the season tomorrow at 4 p.m. five separate games scheduled on By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau
on Enterprise Field. Saturday the four NAS Jan fields.All of the
there will be an intersquadgame games with the exception of one Bowlers ended their At the Navy Jacksonville Sailing folk Naval Sailing Club Associa-
on the field at 9:30 a.m. will begin at 5 p.m. league action for the season last Club monthly meeting last tion. Apparently the association
/ Games scheduled for Monday Monday April 4. The individual week, the following items of business organized around three main
Tennis afternoon are: 679th vs. Hospital honors for the night went to were discussed: water sports, sailing, water ski-
''The,' Jax Navy Tennis Team on Albemarlej; 45 vs. Barb Miskec who took high game, 1. Club decals and Coat ing and power boating. Accord-
will host Orlando AFB for a FAETU on Yorktown Admin.vs. high handicap, and high series. patches a committee was appointed ing to the article, the associationhas
meet this Saturday, April 16. Marine Guard at Enter- Individual honors for the sea- to select a design which a present membership total-
The match will get underway prise. At 5 p.m. on Saratoga son went to Barb Miskec whose would be appropriate for use as ing 210 and their goal Is 1000.In .
at'' 11 p.m., at the Mustin, Road Field FAW -11 "'will t playA 560 series was high for the a club decal and patch. The another article, the Naval
cofarts; 0 and in the second game league, and Lee Trojan who rolled decals will be given to new members Academy has been going great
., Control on the afternoon at 7 p.m. a 219 game to capture high and the patches will probably guns this year and hopes to
The first U-Control meet VP 30 will meet VP 5. game and high handicap, 228. be available at cost, depending continue with a full season's
The second league will com- sailing schedule ahead. The
There was rochangeduringthelast on the cost involved.
Sun-
NAS will be held
at' Jax 24, the NAS mence play the following day, few weeks in team stand ings. 2. Navy Day Regatta a com- Academy participates in both
day April at
Drill Field of York- with games scheduled for the The Misfits had their firstplace; mittee was selected to begin inter-collegiate and inter-mil-
corner same '''tImes: VW-4 vs. 0 & R their for itary academy competition. The
and Mustin. The Hob- position assured by Impressive preparations and plans a regatta -
town meet will at Enterprise: and in the two win record, while the hosted by the NJSC on or NJSC has hosted Naval Academy
by Shop of sponsored three games, at Saratoga it will :be Legends and Free Loaders bat- around Navy Day. This will Middies in the past when they
consist
trophyevents- AMD vs. Medics and Supplyvs. for are here on their FAM cruises
combat and tled it out the last night probably be a statewide invita-
stunt., rat racing ComFairJax. and looks forward to doing
\\.1 with elimination heats determining second, takenbythe Legends.The tional regatta. so
the finalists. tUSCAn Pin Busters finished the pin 3. Club Party The NJSC again this year.

Personnel wishing\ enter all. hands working league in 4th position with the Social Chairman, Hugh Bell, announced -
partyis 5th and the Bow SALTY SEZ: This ole salt'
Top Poppers that we have sufficient
this meet can register\ in person scheduled for this Saturday
the lerettes in the cellar. funds for a party. A committee is sorta partial to the ole time
at Special Services Bldg\ morning 1000 at NJSC Club
704', Monday through 'Friday, house. Free refreshments will Trophies and awards will be was selected to assist him boat construction methods,most .
presented tomorrow night at in the planning and a tentative ly cause I'm a throwback to the
or by calling Ext. 8701 from be served for those who work
\f the league bowling party. WIBC date was established, that being days of wooden ships and iron
: 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. up a thirst. See you there......
awards will be presented to the 7th of May. men. Times have changed though
uu_______________ the topbowlers as well as trophies 4. Boat Custody All Boat and with it a whole new field
from Special. Services and the Captains of NJSC club boats has come out of the fiberglass
league. are to prepare a listing of e- boats. The NATTC Library hasa
I A./ quipment assigned to their boat new book on fiberglass con-
Tickets for the purpose of establishing struction, maintenance and repair -
accurate custody records. Boats titled, oddly rough Fiber-
USED CARS Special Services (Bldg. 704)) with incomplete inventories will glass Boats, Fitting-out MAin-
has general admission tickets be completed. Turn your' inven- tenance and Repair by Hugo Du
to the Jacksonville Suns Base- tories in to Bill Scronce, FirstLt. Plessis. This book Is a comprehensive -
ball games for SOtf. Also avail- study of all facets of this'
able are ducats to the New York 5. Membership Cards-Treas- type boat and would be well
DUVAL MOTORS Mets Suns game to be played urer Russ Seipp announced that worth reading for anyone who
Monday May 2, at 7:30 p.m. he had membership cards for has, or contemplates; buying, a
Price of these are $1.50. all new members. Also the mem- fiberglass boat. Dang fine'I,
Se Suns Sunny Buttons are avail- bers who have not filled out information stuff sez. Salty
able for $1.
cards are requested to
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do so at their earliest conven
SAN JUAN LOT WESCONNETTFURNITURE I ience. Merle. Norman ,

i OFF 6. Clubhouse Keys, It was Cosmetics
i ROOSEVELT decided that a new lock'aoo ..
to. keys will be purchased for the 5042. llaadiaa' llvd.' .
clubhouse. All members in good
==- 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA.$2195/ standing will receive a key. (In the 103rd & Blending
: 2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS. 9326 Weacauett Blvd,et 103rd The Tri-Club Race originally Shopping Center)
===: scheduled for last Sunday at the
NEW ADDING MACHINES Phone 7716546Call
1965 FORD .' 52495 NJSC has been re-scheduled for

I V-8, auto/trans., R&H. NEW DESKS' this coming Sunday due to the For AH
fact that most club members had
New & Used TV SETS
4 r 53 1964 CHEVELLE MALIBU. . . $1695 New & Used FURNITURE other plans for the Easter week- Appointment For Your

V/8, auto/trans., R&H, air cone/, PS. FREIGHT SALVAGE end.New members are remindedthat COURTESY

I 7963 CORVETTE. . . .(:.'. ...'..'52595", ;,.. BARGAINS GALORE! the this next coming sailing Saturday.course begins Ifyou're DEMONSTRATION
fastback, V-8, 4 speed. R&H sharp. COME IN AND BROWSE
/. *X\ '7)..;. new to the sailing game Monday Saturday9:30i.M..5:30p.M.
J" {;" :, plan to be there at 1400. Even
i 1963 CHEVROLET WAGON. x. ., .$995. .; HOURS: 9 A.M. 7 P.M. some of you' old-timers may .
fI 4 dr., V-8, aulo/trans., R&H, PS, & PB. ...' '. \i PHONE: 771-0750 benefit from the instruction.The .
April 6 issue of the Navy hrbaruHolland

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A dr.V-8 auto/trans. & heater. '
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HAS Jax Intramural Track & Field NATTC intramural Standings

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Standings And ResultsBOWLING Meet Slated '.
MAD f## 5 40 8 a seven game lead over its near-

For NAS Jax EA 33 15 est rival. :,.:
American League f## 1 32 16 Currently, second place has

Continental League Alley Katz 3 Eagles, 1 AO ## 2 31 17 two hot contenders TRAFACand ,1 ;, ;;
Namtd, 0 Air The NAS Jax Athletic Dir- MAD 4# 1 29 19 AEA # 1. \ "
Airmen 23, 5 Pelicans, Aewron Ops, 4 ector has announced that an MAD H 2 28 20 Klein of AO # 1 was "King :' .vJ}
A
18 10 2 Intramural Track & Field Meet AEVB 27 '"
21
MiX Masters Cannon Cockers Kegler" for the past week with
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Chiefs 17 11 Sparks, 1 Supply,-3 Trainers, 3 will be held next month, Wed- AE Officers 27 21 games of 223, 232, and 168 for '
Torch Pots 17 11 NCO's, 3 nesday, May 18th. Points accumulated AO f## 1 25 13 a 623 set. Other high games and
Desk JockeYs 16 12 Cloak & Flag Staff, 1 during this meet will :5001 24 24 sets deserving attention were
Spoilers{ 16 12 Bks., 0Phantoms Daggers, 4- Marine be counted in the Ironman Pro- MAD H 4 24 24 Stokes (AO W 2)) 565; Ripley, .
Druthers 15 13 0 gram. MAD f## 3 23 ,25 (MAD ### 5)) 211 561; Shingheton
pizzans ,IS 13 Eagles ,- Play Boys, 4 AU military personnel who AEA f## 2 23 25. ((AEAI 2) 557,; Williams ; '
Thunderheads 14 14 Electrons, 2 have been on active duty for ::560 ### 1 23 25 (TRAFAC) :552; Riebling(AO1)) ..
Detters 14 14 GOLF 90 days or more, and who MAD ### 6 22 26 551; Bainbridge (MAD f# 5)) 212;
King Pins 15 belong to units participating in 402 12 36 and William (MAD f## 6) 211.rnrr .
Molarolas ; it 13 American League the NAS Composite Fund are Ale falnt. i 40
12 16 Hosp "A" 4 0 eligible to enter. 5602# 39 -
Toppers Tipplers .' 12 16 VP-5 3 1 The number of participants to .
War."B" 8 ,12 Weapons '. 2 ,1 represent a unit is limitedto With five weeks remaining in
58 Sky Stackers 11 17 FAW-11 2 22 persons with an unlimited the season, MAD 1## 5 is still
Galley 3 9 15 VP 30 "A" 2 1 number to be enteredin in the top bracket and boasting MOTORCYCLESALL
18 Faetu Blue 2 2 the individual event and
Griffins Moon11ters ?, 12America" Pelicans 1 1 four in the relay. Rosters MODELS
Comm 1 3 must be turned into the Athletic ;
League ComFairJax '" ;'j S 0 '.3 'Director's Office at CanYouTAKE NOTHING DOWN h
,', ',1;" 3 FWF J '" 0 4 least five days prior to the
Mad Foxes ,21 V AP 62 0 meet. YOUR CAR W. Olv. Merchant Oreen Stamp
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19 WITH YOU ?
& 5Sparks
Cloak Dag. "
The Intramural Track&Field
Open Dally 8 o.m.-7
19: 5 National; League679th For Financing and Insurance p.m. -.
Meet
will be of
Pro's 17 11Electrons" comprised Stateside and Overseas Call Wed p.m.
ten events 100 dash 220
3 0 : yard ;
14j" 10 VP-30"B" 3 1 yard dash;' 440 yard dash; DYER M. BURR Closed Sundays
Katz "11 9 GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
Alley Hosp "B" 3 1 880 yard run; one mile run; '
Playboys 13 11 Nanu "B" 3 1 running high jump; runningbroadjump FINANCE CORPORATIONand MOTORS & CYCLES ':
Namtd ', '.r. .13 11
A/C Maint ; pole vault; shot put and : I
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Phantoms ; Nanu' "A'" 1t2 21/2 sprint medley relays. Alleventts INSURANCE COMPANY Blanding Blvd.
Eagles .? ,., ,14 14 will be Def-
3 '. Ficeur 11/2 21/2 governed byNational PH 771-8244 I
Trailers ". '," : .14 14 5615 Tlmuquarta Rd. 77 J-OS27
: Supply 1 3 eration and Alliance Rules except 1
Supply 12 12 Air Ops 1/2 21/2 for certain modifications. i
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Alrops 12 12679th Faetu Gold 1/2 21/2 Scoring will be for four places
._ .13 15 Darters 0 used in all events. First place PJZ7A I
Marine Bks 10 14 American 1 through fourth will be awarded ; cc ) ) BNWf I
Air Frames 10 10 League points of :5, 3, 2,1 respectively. I
F1aaJ Staffs 9 19 Faetu Blue 2 0 Trophies will be awarded to the TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM 4 4I
Pelicans ,5 11 Hasp "A" 7 6 champion and runner up team 4I 4j I I
Aewron "A" .3 17 with the first and second place :; c5; PREMIUM BEER CIIOICE CUT STEAKS j

National League VP-5 7 31/2 winners in all events receiving ITALIAN SAN DM CUES SPAGHETTI J
FAW-11 31/2 21/2 individual trophies.
chiefs 22 6CPO's
Event winners qualifyfor PIZZA.
10 9 Weapons 3 1 may .
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tryouts with the Navy
Cat Fives 19 9 ComF aid ax 6 5 OUR SPECIALTY"
\ team to compete in the In- .%
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Rejects ,1
Hurricanes : .. .,18 10 FWF 21/2' 11/2 terservice Championships to HOURS: '
.' be held June 15 17 Fort
Mec-A-Nlcks 18 '10 PelicanS 61/2 41/2 at ,:
Thurs.
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Neptunes 11
Darters 13 VP-30A 71/2 5 Personnel who wish' to parti- 4 Friday 4pm-Jam
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"" ;;": '15.13 Comm. ;.., 11/2.1 cipate .. in this meet may obtain Saturday llam-lam
White Hats !r;.,, f, 1'15' J't13, : practice tear in Bldg 63.'I: 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 "

Riggers '.'".;/". 14 14 National League Crown Prix; .. ":
Devicers ,. : 14 14 ':"
Sky W. "Au 11 13 Hosp "B" 5 4 The Golden Crown Prix will -
Lucky 7? S 12 16 A/C Maint 4 2 be held this weekend, April z74:7
Mixers 12 16 Ficeur 1 1 16 and 17, at Fernandian Beach.
Doctors 12 16 679th 8 5 The ticket office at Special Ser-
Spartans 10 14 supply 41/2 2 vices is offering personnel $5 BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. i

Galley 8 20 Nartu "A", 41/24 .tickets for $2.50. ).,
AewronUBtt \ 5 23
Alley Cats 3 25

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Chiefs, 4 Aewron "B', 0
Darters, 4 Doctors 0 All Ranks '- All Ages '"
CPO's 3 Cat Fives 1
White Hats, 2 Neptunes, 2 LOW RATES
Rejects, 4 Sky Warriors"A",0
Hurricanes, 3 Lucky 7,1 EASY PA YMENT PLAN
Mec a nicks, 2 Mixers,. 2
Spartans, 4 Alley Cats, 0
Riggers 0 NFO, 4 McDOUGALL'SAGENCY ,."I
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Continental League INSURANCE 'i

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Torch Post 1 Hard Hats 3
Spoilers, 3 Moonliters, 1 6479 Roosevelt llvd. 388-7676
Druthers, 0 Airmen, 4
Chiefs, 1 King Pins, 3 2990 Mayporf Rd. 249-5649 .K BR4 B B BRIcja \
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Memphis Wins 6NDVolleyball r Wkec A lichalor Withtit Sables STOP

I : bleats A Girl Who Has EverythiA |-

Title I AT THE

Ae';
For the third consecutiveyear sacola 12 -15,1512,and 15-11 : SIGN
NAS Memphis has cap- This loss coupled with a third f
tured the Sixth Naval District day defeat by Cecil Field,dropped
Volleyball Championship. This the "Goshawks" out of conten '
year' the "Hellcats" had to do N /r rrRh+R
it the hardway, taking two tion.To
out of three game playoff, from stay alive Inthetournamentand
berth
the tough Cecil Field "Raider"who hope fora playoff
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title. But a tough NAS Jax deadlocked at the end of regular t aaolar+q
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taste of defeat. Memphis had jumped into an early 7-1 of the
previously knocked off Cecil and lead, but couldn't hold off the year
Pensacola their nearest competitors "Hellcats" and lost it 15 13. A e b *
to take an early two game In the second game Memphisnever CoiningApril
lead. Sax lost theif first gameto was in contention, as the
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