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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the loll Publishing Company private firm. Opinions expressed by,the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official 1 expression of any ,
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does notconstltute endorsement of
an any military department of the products or services advertised.
VOL. 24 NO. 4 I
(u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 21, 1966 :

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Retention Task Force Dedication FIELD DEDICATION ceremonies for Bond CampaignLaunched ,


Mackroth Field was held

Findings Studied HereNavy yesterday afternoon at 4p.m.
Capt. J. R. Mackroth, NAS
Jax Commanding Officer, for At Jax
whom the field the named
was
personnel In the Jacksonville area will have opportunity
to hear firsthand the findings and recommendations of the Navy's was on hand for the cere-
Retention Task Force. monies. An intramural soft-

This meeting was arranged because of the service-wide interestin ball games followed the dedi

the recommendations growing out of the year long retention 'cation.

study' _conducted by the Secretary of the Navy and Rear Admiral )

John Captains M. Alford.Tazewell T. Shepardand a list of 108 recommendations 3% Pay Raise I,

Allan P. Slaff will be in the which were forwarded to Sec-
Jacksonville area today and tom- Nav Paul. H. Nitze for study

orrow, April 21 22, to meet during November of last year. Likely ForMilitary
with the officers and enlisted
personnel at NAS Jax, HAS- The Secretary of the Navy
Cecil Field and Naval Station, then met with members of a
Mayport designated policy board, that
included high ranking Navy f

The first briefing was held officials, to discuss the sug-
this morning at 8 a.m. for the gestions of the Retention Task A raise of about three percentis
enllstedmen, followed by a 10 Force. likely to take effect soon for a

a.m. meeting for officers, at the all grades, regardless, of lengthof
NAS Among the recommendations service, according to Navy )
Jax Theatre. All briefingsare
that were finally approved by
slated be Times. :
to an hour in :
Nitze were those that ranged ;
The of Defensehas
duration, followed by a questionand Secretary
from education benefits to Increased -
his of .
answer period. express support con-
pay benefits on items military i
gressional plans to give -
such as housing, ,sea and
Two briefings are scheduledfor pay men the same pay raise
this afternoon at Cecil Field, dislocation allowance to uni- that civil servants get. Civil
commencing at 1 and 3 p.m. forms and readiness levels' servants will have their salaries BOND DRIVE. ,.. Edwin B. Nelson/ General/ Chairman 01 the/
The captains will ,be at Mayport for all fleet ships.! boosted by an average of '25th Anniversary Sayings/ Bond Campaign/ addresses the volunteer .

tomorrow for two early morning These were only .several of 2.85 percent, with new fringe solicitors'gt/ / the kick-off driv9.. RAdm. H. H. Caldwell,
briefings>fith officer and enlisted the final 82 recommendations benefits bringing the total pack- ComFatrJax, (seated) made the, opining remarks for' the cam-

personnel.The approved by SecNav for implementation age to 3.2. percent.'I paign. Although'(' .Copt. Robert L.. Watson (seated) did not
Chairman L. Mendel Riversis
task Force' met with practical. Those as I expeditiously which involved as the leader of the congressional speak,, .'.YffJ'ln!.bondos'II.H Naychairman! ,tor the cfrfy*.

... :per onrel in.\',the field during, substantialf-funds were scheduled: 'move(-t to raise military pay by .
'
. briefings \whidfbegan list "The (needl' Is ,JSt'nss great today asrwas2ii when '
years ago
, year. .Tor more'deliberate fan.amoufa i e4 alctd"aity civil'service ( : ,
,A select Implementation 'President'' Roosevelt \' the first savings bond to inaugurate f
.' group ;4of officers.and '' because of the fiscal pay raise..' ** purchased \
enlistedmen discussed :the', stated Rear Admiral',H. H..Caldwell,
retention demands of the'Vietnam hosti The new provision is very : new program", :
problems In separate symposiums lities. Commander Fleet Air Jax;. in his opening remarks to the volunteers :
held on each coast. In $ ,Continued/ on.Page 2, who gathered last:Monday for. the start, of the.25th Anniversaj-y

addition, the'task board also met: Savings Bond Campaign. ,
with the wives of the personnelto Stott Cuts Ribbon For The admiral was among several military and,civilian digni
hear their vIews' on the sub- Capt. taries who were on hand -

ject to stan the campaign cere- We Love", the film was a
monies at NATTC's King panoramic view of the United
Adm. Alford and other Task Career Counseling TrailerVP Hall. Capt. J. R. Mackroth, States, with historical high-
Force members came up'with NAS Sax Commanding Officer, ,I
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introduced the speakers and Continued/ / Page 2 #
Patrol Sqadron Eighteen, 18 personnel will utilize made closing remarks. The
New 'StyleObservance homebased at NAS Jax, but presently -* the,trailer to obtain relaxed education Navy's chairman for the
deployed to Roosevelt and career information.It : I
drive, Capt. Robert L. Watson Early Crows
Roads, is doing its pan to help is the aim of the squadronto attended the ceremoniesbut

decrease the Navy's personnel give, each' Navy man complete did not speak..,
retention problem.The .knowledge: of his rights -and Mr. Royce Powell, Area '
latest effort on the part benefits and to publicize all Manager of the Savings Bonds For Advanced
of VP 18 was the establishment available schools and bonuses.It .
Division, and Mr. Edwin B.
For 196,6 AFDWith of a special Career Counseling -* is hoped that squadron per- Nelson, General Chairman
Trailer.. sonnel will be better preparedto Personnel
of the 25th Anniversary cam
the new style obser- The trailer was rebuilt, make a discision concerningthe paign, also addressed the sev-
vance of Armed Forces Day refinished and painted by the Navy as a career. eral hundred volunteers who
H. B. Stott CommanderFleet Personnel throughout the Navy
Public Works Capt. ,
only two months away, Defense Department and had gathered for the occasion.Mr. sewed earlier than )
on crows
plans are taking shape more, VP 18 personnel. Ij;; Is air Air Wing Eleven officiatedat Nelson who himself is a be ,-
the ribbon they were normally to
conditioned cutting ceremonyfor
and furnished
slowly than in But withlounge volunteer for the
past years. campaign advanced due revision of
the Career Counseling Trailer to a !
chairs
and filled
the toned down celebration with asked all the people .
the advancement schedule from
during a recent ORI conducted -
needs less advance planning. educational and informative mat- atVP-18. present to do their pan in the February exams.In 1k
The theme of the new style erials. helping them reach their\ addition to the 14 NAS Jax
observance Is a "report over-all goal of $111/2 mil- personnel who were authorizedfor
to the nation" and the idea is lion for the# North Florida advancement on April 16

for each type of activity to Area. He also stated that (as a result of the 1965 August
report its own activities and while he realized that"good
) 100
exams approximately enlisted -
mission, to the extent it con- Of ES things have to be sold", that personnel also received
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siders it 'desirable and feasible. in the past, the Navy has authorization. .

Gone with 1965 is the 1 always come through to do The first group received their
week long observance and the their fair share. In closing, certificates this past Monday,
huge miltl service shows Mr. Nelson reminded
every- while the latter group will receive ,
and openhouses. one that this campaign is theirs in ceremonies to
'. important not only to the be held
There observances Monday, April 25, at
base and their governmentbutmore the NAS Gym. 'I
only over the weekend of
to them-
Important The revision in the advancement -
Friday through Sunday, May 20- Il 1teI selves.
22. There will be demonstra- l Mr. Powell who has been schedule will'give
thousands of
tions, but the idea Is for each with the Savings Bond Divisionfor Navy personnel
activity if It wantsto to tell their new crows up to four
!t fifteen years and covers
t1 t1'I' months earlier. Being advancedthis
what it does. Importing gear 36 countries in the northern
rot used by the activity in orderto and western portions of month are those who would
display locally an overall Defense have normally added the new
Florida, introduced
special
stripe in May or June. Per-
picture is not being en-
I movie filmed for the Treasury
sonnel in
couraged by Defense. subsequent incrementsare
Dept. to be advanced in July.
Service officials, military and The movie was produced for The early hikes approved by
-
civilian, will hit the speakers' the Savings Bonds programby the Defense Department will have

circuit. But here again the ideais RIBBON CUTTING. .. .Capt. H. B. Stott, Commander, Fleet Included the movie introduction industry and its greatest impact at the first
for each tell an by
less about his to own organization more or- Air Wing Eleven; cuts the ribbon, to open the new Career Vice President Hubert H. class level, with other Increases -

's mission.; Counseling Trailer to be utilized by VP-18 personnel. Humphry.( Entitled"The Land 5 through approved E -for 9.pay. gradeE

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EDITORIAL Chaplains/ Message"READINESS"

Blood Donations Count ) I\ I lfj: ef'Vl f"" "

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One of the ways U. S. servicemen and women stationed outside ROMAN CATHOLICSt. By Chaplain Roland W. Faulk .t;,
the area of 'conflict in the Republic of Vietnam can aid those in the
front of battle is by giving blood through the American Red Cross. Edward's Chapeland condition of personal "Readiness".
Whole 'blood. and derivatives of whole blood have saved the lives What is your familiar term in Navy lingo. In a most far-
is
of hundreds of Free World wounded and sick. As long as the conflict Naval Hospital "Readiness it has a to do with the readiness of a ship to go to
continues, so will the need for blood. reaching way "readiness"this
the fullrequirementsfor
SUNDAY MASSES sea When a ship is up to ;;
itself is in an operating condition in all
0630 means that the ship
Hospital stowed aboard and the crew is aboard,
YOUR St. Edward's Its parts, supplies are
Chapel 0900 & 1100 trained and ready When a ship is in a Condition of "Readiness"all
BLOODII' of that ship's mission
c that (is needed is the assignment or

DAILY MASSESSt. task .
1 Edward's: Readiness in a ship or plan does not come easy. It takes planningand
SAVES LIVESV I N' I I Monday thru Friday 1130 effort from a lot of people. It takes training, skill, devotionto
Saturday .'7 0900 duty, a sense of loyalty and a host of things to take a ship out
V I Naval Hospital: of mothballs for example, and send it to sea on an arduous and
Friday 1205 dangerous mission. The Captain has to know his Job and be the
brains and moving spirit behind the execution of the assigned

IN VIETNAM !I IH CONFESSIONSSt. mission . Department heads have to be alert and responsiveto
Edward's f the needs of the ship and the authority of the Captain.The
Saturday .2000 crew has to be trained, ready and able to execute the duties which

day---------08150845: their ratings call for .
+ 1 1015.1045 But it takes effort .No ship ever got ready to go to sea byitself.

Sunday --061 .
Hospital::
So it is with living on the stormy seas of life Many young
The American National Red CrossAt "Condition of Readiness"
CATECHISM CLASSES men enter the Navy who are not in
Chapel Annex Building 722: either for life or for the Navy Readiness will call for themto

one time the availability of blood, particularly whole blood, Saturday's 1000 do a lot of things. Unlike an inanimate object like a ship, the
was restricted because of a storage limit on it. Now, for the individual man is largely responsible for his own "Condition of
first time in military history, scientific advances have made it DIVINE/ / SERVICES Readiness" with which he must face life.
possible to freeze and then reconstitute whole blood, putting large PROTESTANTAll Man is a body. Man is a mind. Man is a spirit. For him to
supplies only miles and minutes from the battlefield. Saints Chapel achieve a condition of readiness which will see him through life
Other: derivatives that can be made only from whole human blood, he must be prepared in body, mind and spirit. He can omitno
are protecting those in the RVN against infection and aiding others SUNDAY'S one of the three and expect to meet the tests which he will
already infected. 0800 ---Holy Communion face > He may think that the body is the most important or that

Your blood can help in theRVN., The American Red Cross Is 0930 & 1100---Divine Worship the mind is the most important or that the spirit is the most

the authorized blood collection agency for the armed forces. SUNDAY SCHOOL important On all counts he would be wrong It is healthy
The next time the Red Cross Bloodmobile is in the area Annex unity of body, mind and spirit that will make a man ready for all
0930 - -Chapel
take time out and donate your share. Donations cost nothing, but Building 722 the issues of life.
count for a lot. AFPS)

LAW OFFICERS WEDNESDAY'S VW-4 PAY RAISE
1900 -Choir Rehearsal]
Continued; from Page 7

HAVE MANY JOBSGREAT THURSDAY AdvancementsBryant
2000 Christian Science Service simple. It provides that military
to SD1 personnel will be given an
LAKES, ILL. (NAV- a basis for disciplinary action, SECOND MONDAY of Each Month Jenkins to AMS1 increase in their compensation

NEWS) . Centuries ago for determining entitlement to 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Koch to ATR3 during 1966 only if federal
England's Lord Coke said that certain equipment regulationsand (Small Chapel) Schrader to ATN3 civilian employees are providedan

the person or nation owning pro- procedures.One Steitz to EA2 increase in compensation. If
perty on the earth's surface recent' change in the U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL Tabor to ATR3 this event occurs, the increasein
owns everything upward and claims area !is the Navy's pro- Sunday's 10QO military pay will be automaticand

downward from that land, gram to recover from civilians Crenshaw to AZ2 retroactive for one month
Today the United States sends I certain losses they have caused CECIL FIELD"PROTESTANT Hogg to AE3 Irony the date of,. the federal
satellites around the earth and the Navy, Now when' a serviceman Jones, D.C. to ATR3' pay In rease.., ;: i ; "':
claims the right to send space is hospitalized from a car Today- ; Pugliaresl 'to 'ATR2' Wj.,'> s 5 If{congresspassgsanearthree.0'

flights across Cuba's:projected wreck, me Navy otten' seeks to Choir Practice at 7 m. Sherwood to 'AX2 ''' percent pay raise for, civilian
boundaries.Such recover the cost of medical Sunday- p. Therriault to AMSC employees the' average enlistedman

problems show how our care and treatment. Sunday School at 9:30: Ulmer to AMH1Dillard may expect $6.27 more per
nation and its military servicesare Working with the Judge Advocate Chapel Service at 10:30 p.a.m.m. month in his pay and the average
faced with serious questionsin General on the national Communion the first Sundayof to BM3Hemmelgarn officer, $18.30, according to
the, field of space law. But level is the Navy Office of the month. to CYN3 Pentagon figures.
space law is only one of many General Counsel. This unit, Johnson to ADJC Here is the average monthly
law fields confronting the Navy's composed of civilian attorneys, CATHOLIC Mitchem to ATN3 increase which would go to military -
Judge Advocate General and is responsible for all legal ser- Daily- Ormsby to ATN3 men if the active duty basic
other Navy law specialists, as vices in business and commercial 11:20 a. m. Mass Tryor to CYN3 ; pay rates were upped three per-
the service: revises old maximsto law. Sunday- cent:

meet new needs of an ever BOND CAMPAIGN 8 and Bennett to' AMS1
a.m. noon Mass Con-
changing and complex society. Branum to YNC .
Continueclrom I fessions heard before each
Mass.
Page : '
Navy lawyers can get involved Lurch to, AMS2 : BUY'SAVINGS
in problems involving lights and was narratedby Wagner to AT1 ', .
international law, military Just- actor Raymond Massey.As Traffic
ice, taxation, property law, ad- was stressed to all Violations Aquino( ,to SD2
mirality, tort, and administration. the volunteers, Savings Bondsare
During ,the Cuban crisis, now better than ever as The following is a report of Coryell to AE2
the Judge Advocate Generalwas the interest rate on both motor vehicle accidents and traf- Sellers to ABH1
relied upon in setting up Series E and H bonds was fic violations for the period Squires to CSC BONDS
the quarantine. increased from 3.75 to 4.15 April 12 to the 18.
The most obvious of the percent when held to maturity.Mr. Number of Accidents
prpblems facing legal officersare Nelson also pointed out This Week .9
those dealing with military that while you are in a sense Total Accident this,year through
justice. Another significant "selling America" you are April 18, 1966 .93 CAREER INFORMA TION
unction (is giving legal aid also helping them to put away Number of Accidents through

and assistance to military per- money for when they will needIt April 18, 1965 .75 By James C. Anglea/
sonnel and their dependents. and the payroll savings plan Total number of days since BMCIt

Claims and (investigations account offered to military personnelis last Injury in a motor vehicle is a well known fact that
extremely long absence from -
for substantial share of one of the effectiveand accident a normal
a most - - -14
family life is one of the major reasons that.causes aman,
the work done. They serve as effortless ways to do this. Number of ViolationsThis to leave the
Navy. The
Week ., Navy has constantly tried to Improve
38
Speeding .12 the procedures which are used in ,the rotation, of enlisted personnel -
from sea to shore'and vice-versa. '
Reckless Driving - -0
As know the SEAVEY/SHORVEY
you
Program which began
,
Going
through Stop Sign -6 '
A.X'A. Other about ten years ago was designed to afford personnelthe o p p b r- '
: I Jt N'E'\N"S: Violations - -20
tunity to obtain fair share of duty which they consider desirable,
Thirty -
Eight drivers appeared and also at the same time, meet the Navy's amripower require-
before the Traffic Hear- ments, both afloat and ashore. ,Numerous Improvements have been
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ing Board at the meeting heldon made to the SEAVEY/SHORVEY Program; however, notwithstanding -
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, April 19. Disposition of the the progress that has been made in administering the rotation

Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Eight cases lost included the following: program little progress has been effected in the area of resoling \-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR privileges driving aboard and parking the unsatisfactory sea/shore ratios which have always exis-
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, various periods Seven station for ted for personnel serving in certain ratings.
; were
Box 2 NAS Recent studies have revealed that approximately one-half
Jacksonville by 12:00 of
before
noon on Monday assigned to complete an eight- the
Navy have
ratings
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- hour course in remedial four rates which do not afford personnel at least
Telephone EV 97711, Ext. 8162. driving at NATTC; None were years at sea to two ashore ratio. Therefore Bupers came
out with a notice ((1306)), on December 2, 1965, setting
up pro-
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries assigned to complete a six- cedural changes In career enlisted rotation (SEAVEYSIIORVEY /
concerning such should be directed to hour course in remedial drivingat ). This notice program
promulgated changes to the procedures
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, Jax Police Academy, Two by which enlisted personnel! are selected for assignment under
Jacksonville, Florida' 32207 Telephone 359-4040 received suspensions; Tenwere SEAVFY//SHORVEY.

missed given warnings; Thirteen dis- This notice also Included: ((1)) List of overseas activities,desig-
VOL. 24 NO. 4 ; Seven fined (U. S. nated as shore duty for rotation
April 21, 1966 Commisioner); and Nine referredto activities .purposes, ((2)) List of preferredsea
designated neutral time, for rotation purposes; and
commanding: officers for pos- (3)) List of sea activities redesignated shore duty for rotation pur-
sible disciplinary action. '4., ,, poses. .- .
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This Is the second In a During 1964 and since, most and people of Vietnam Is not It '. I IJ I
series of articles answering of the military men who have simply based on the premiseof ;II
the question "Why/ Vietnam?* Infiltrated from the north have challenging a new military con-
Last week the opening article been natives of North Vietnam. cept. It has other facets. J)
discussed the new technique Near the end of last year, this We know that the peopleof I
of aggression being used by infiltration began include whole South Vietnam 'want to be
units of North Vietnamese free. For It'years '
the regu- over they
Communists In Vietnam.It .
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lars.In have asked for help. ,
is called of libera \' r rs
a war }
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addition to these trained The Viet Cong has assas- -\I' "
tion., The article went on to men, plus political and military sinated thousands of local officials -
point out that internationallaw direction, the North also supplied health workers and .
does not restrict internal arms and ammunition in increas- school teachers and others who u ,
revolution but it does restrict ing quantities. As you might were helping to improve the life a 'I' 4

the sending of men and arms suspect, most of it has been of of the people. In one eighteen ", ,,,. "",,
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into a nation by a third party 'J .
in order to bring about tnsvr- Between 1959 and the end of August, they had killedwounded k ,
rection. 1964, by conservative estimate or kidnapped 2,291 village I ". 'C' "If'
40.000 trained military officials, and 22,146 other r
The assault on the Republic of personnel came down from the, civilians.
Vietnam is, beyond question, an north into South Vietnam and Despite these risks to them- A LETTER OF COMMENDATION from the Vietnamese Gov-
aggression. It was organizedand they are still coming. Had all selves and their families, the ernment was presented last week to A02 J. W. Coats (left( ), a
has been directed byNorth of these men crossed the lineat South Vietnamese continued to student at NATTC's AO "B" 'School. Written In the Vietnamese -
Vietnam, with the backing of once, nobody In the free world come forward to fill these
the citation read by 'Second Lt. Van Sanh
language, was
Communist China. The cadresof cold have doubted that the empty posts. Is there any
of the RVN Air' Force (center), then translated and presentedby
guerrilla fighters, saboteurs, assault on South Vfetnam was better testimony to a people's
and assassins who form the an aggression. instincitve desire to be free? The Cdr. G. A. Sundquist, Executive Officer of the Training
backbone of the Viet Cong were Many of the people of the support of such people has long Center. Coats was awarded the commendation for his assist"
especially trained in the North. free world have not seen throughthe been the basic principle of American once In training aircraft ,"maintenance/ specialists of the 522nd I
Initially, many of them were confused nature of this con- foreign policy. We shall Squadron, RNV Air Force, during recent tour In Viet Ham.'I .
men of South Vietnamese birth flict to the new face of an old continue to respond to any na-
who had fought with the Viet enemy behind the mask. They tion's call for help. .. .when its
Minh against the French. Mostof don't seem to realize that just freedom is in peril from external -' ..\
them went north into mili- because the dividing line between or internal aggression or sub
tary units after Vietnam was North and South Vietnam was version.We 'I Wl ,
divided at the 17th parallel in intended to be temporary, the believe' that the more free
1954. Some remained behind mass crossing of that line no nations there, are In the world
for a definite purpose I matter how it has been done, the better the chances are'for USED CARS
Hanoi wanted the trouble in still constitutes aggression. world peace and Individual (ree-
Vietnam to look like a genuine There are also ether people dom. In the other direction, f
insurrection; so' a hard core of. in the free world who fail to whenever a free nation is in
trained insurgents was directedto grasp the significance another danger of passing under Commu-
stay in South Vietnamese reality . The deepening nist control, the chances for DUVAL
villages and lead obstensibly nor shadow of Communist China peace and individual freedom are MOTORS
mal lives until orders for the In Southeast Asia. This Is a reduced.
conflict came. Fortunately, this regime which has destroyed This belief is based on the BEST
masquerade never worked. freedom In Tibet. It has attacked historical fact that selfgoverning BUYS:
India,.and has been con- people: rarely Invade their
demned by the United Nationsfor neighbors territory or other- '
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has made Its philosophy,world er ,dictatorships usually resortto
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St Augustine,Florida -- Music
will fill the air and bright lights
Illuminate the night exposing the
A glittering Royal Palace of ii-
Madrid, as the founding of St.
Augustine, Florida, will be retold
nightly this summer in the color f N
*4i r, t tra.w ful outdoor drama, "Cross And

Sword.

Set in the years 1565-67, rTjThJW REIi
scenes range( from the Royal Pal-
ace, home of Philip II, to the
., hostile Florida wilderness. Heroof
j j'I. the drama is the Spanish Admiral -
jI Pedro Menendez, who is
I. commissioned by King( Philip to
Patrol Squadron Seven
attached to
BROTHERS FIVE
ON THE INSIDE. .Dependents of personnel of CVW-7 and plant a from settlement the French In Florida Spanish to THE I ) Donald and Ronald Barrett, Elijah/ and William///
protect ore: ( to r
squadrons get a look at the' Inside 0"a jet cockpit during the fleets sailing from Mexico. Wfiee/fefonJomes/ and Thomas Barrow, Wayne and Ronald

Air Wing Open House last Saturday.CVWHosts Lively dancers and brightly Des Roslers, and Michael and Jack Nichols.
costumed singers and actors join
with Menendez to tell the storyof
Dependents St. Augustine's founding, as Patrol Squadron Seven-
.
written by Pulitzer-prize: : winning
Over one thousand military spaces and aircraft in hangar author Paul Green. The produc-
personnel and their dependents 14. tion is presented in the spacious Of Brotherly Love
of Carrier Air Wing One and At 10 a.m., the visitors movedto 2,000-seat St. Augustine Amphit- Sauadron
assigned squadrons were hostedto theatre. -
the station theater where Cdr.
an Open House last Saturday "Cross and Sword's" 1966
W. K.Smith,CVW-1 Commander, Patrol Squadron Seven, which squadron's Personnel Office.
aboard NAS Cecil.
season will continue from Tuesday -
Thomas is
brother
SP 2M "NEPTUNE"Patrol His
the younger
The Open House was held to ,June 28 through Sunday,Sep flies
) welcomed them aboard. Whileat Plane, can be spokenof an Aviation Ordnanceman,Third
present information concerning the theater they-were shown tember fourth, nightly except as a brotherhood of dedicated Class, and is presently in training
the Air Wing and its mission, Mondays. Curtain time is 8:15p.
.two movies, "Flight Deck" and become a flight crew
,
to
and organized men; a professional
the forthcoming deployment, m., EST.; For further Infor-
Thomas requested to
Dependent's Medical Care Pro- "Why Vietnam", and given a mation or for tickets write: Dept. fraternal organization.While member. brotherwas
, gram. briefing on "Medical Care CS, Chamber of Commerce, 10 a fraternal organization serve InVP 7 as his had
The day began at 9 a.m. witha .for Dependents" by Dr. H. S. Castillo Drive, St.. Augustine, is not necessarily composedof in the squadron and and
associations
tour of CVW .. 1 and squadronNEW Berg, CVW-1 Flight Surgeon. Florida 32084. related brothers, it becomes enjoyed his
apparent that when experiences.The .
brothers have the desire to most recent addition to
serve In an organization or the squadron as far as Elijah
II 'I I command, than the Navy can do Wheedleton is concerned is his
BOOKS AT LIBRARY nothing but benefit by complying brother William. Elijah has
with their wishes to be been with the squadron since
1 together.Patrol. April 1964 while William
A CHOICE OF WEAPONS by tographer. His growing( up wasa and a life of dignity and ful- Seven is by no means became a member in November
; Gordon Parks. The story of succession of jobs in pool fillment, against all the forcesof unique In having fraternal 1965. Elijah is a Second Class
a Negro boy born on a Kansas rooms and flophouses, as a din- racial bigotry. brothers serving together, but Aviation Boatswain's Mate assigned -
1 farm, thrown out on his own ing car waiter, porter, and a THE HARDY BREED by GilesA. is indeed fortunante to have to the squadron's line
I at 16 in the midst of a Min professional basketball player, Lutz. A Double D'Western. five pair of skilled, dedicated division, and among other
nesota winter and fighting for until he finally found a chanceto Based on an historic, incident, brothers on its roster. duties he 1$ qualified to
survival In a hostile world. Thisis become. a, photographer, wona this story of an ill-fated attempt This is the pledge which each push and pull the 40 Jon SP-
I the autobiography,of Gordon job with a Washington agency, to colonize Texas, sh 'rtlyafter must sign' "I hereby certify '2H's: around the hangar area
Parks, now a successful pho- and fought his way to success the Louisiana Purchase. Haden that I fully understand the implications by means of the 11 12'ton
Edwards and his colony, Fre- of serving on duty MC 2, a tow tractor called
donia, had trouble from the start with my brother, but I havea the "Buda" after its manufacturer. -
with the theives and criminalswho profound desire to serve with William, as Is customaryfor
I I WeT&oftj- CaM controlled the land with the him and do not anticipate sub- all non rated men
cooperation of corrupt Mexican mitting a request to be separ- entering the squadron, works
AT officials. But Edwards didn't ated or tansferred in the near for the First Lieutenant, and
f get along with the other colonistsin future. hopes to become, as is his
WesftsM Volksw..n Inc. Texas, either, and soon Fre- Twin brothers from New brother, anAviationBoatswaln's
donia stood alone against a Pow- Jersey,. flying as designated air- Mate.
i Bo Sire To See Us Before Vies ivy A Used YW erful band of criminals and a crewmen in the SP 211"NEPTUNE" Donald Barrett and his brother
hostile Mexican army. are Ronald and Ronald enlisted In the Navy in
t Wayne Des Rosiers. After join- Tennessee and completed their
f 1964 Galas, R&H,. . I . . .' $1695 QUEEN, as she wends her way ing the Navy and completing their basic training together in Dec-
I 1963 Ghia Convertible, R&H . ', . .'. $1495 along the Inland Waterwaybehindthe basic training together in May ember 1963. Donald reported
Atlantic Coast. Mr. Bail- 1963, both requested and received to the squadron earlier than: Ron-
x : ey made the 15 day passage between orders to Patrol Sevenin ald, but they both hold the
Wagons Daytona and Norfolk on a November 1963. Being in rate of Airman, and work ,for
section of the Waterway collo- the same command, both have the electronics and line divisions
1965 VW Sta. Wagon., Mil, Air Condo . . .$2195 quilly known as "the Ditch. expressed their satisfaction respectively. They both feel
1965 VW Deluxe Wag., R&H, like new. . . $1895 This personal, discursive story at being able to share their that serving{ together has helped
1963 VW Sta. Wag., R&H,. '. . : . . '$1293 conveys the delights of travel- past few years of active duty rather than hindered their per-
1963 VW Double Cabin, pick-up, R&II, extra nice. .. $1350 ing through some of the most together. formance In the Navy.
beautiful and least-known country James Barrow a PN1, is Michael Nichols, an Aviation
in the United States. the Leading Personnelman in the Elecrician's Mate, Third Class,

i Sedans presently in training to become -
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I 1963 VW Sedans, R&II, low mileage.$149g .' '. 100 years ., already on active duty In the
; 1964 VW Sedans, R&II. . . . . $1295 ,.' squadron. Jack, an Airman,
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1963 VW Sedans, R&II . . . . $1130: 1t behindthe works as a mechanic In the
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1962 .VW sedan . '.. .'. times
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I NARTU News & ViewsGene Jones Named NATTC : Ll


T. Moss, AO3,of NARTU Candidate Program, April 16, as OutstandingBluejacket Behind The SceneA I
Jax's
VA-741
,has been appointed his father the President of the
assistant state attorney in Florida
Navy League, looked on.
Jacksonville to prosecute in Young Kirill is presently attending -
Criminal Court.of Record. Wofford College in fish fry was held by,the, Congratulations to the NATTC
Moss, 27, entered the Naval Spartensburg, S. C., and upon Aviation Ordnanceman School personnel who were, advanced
AIr. Reserve Six Month Program, graduation will be commissionedas Support personnel April 15 in April 16. Advanced were fourteen -
October, 1964. He attended the a naval officer.While attending Marvin L. Jones, personnelman the NATTC picnic area. Aviation Electrician
recruit training at NAS Memphis, college he will drill one weekenda first class, has been selected 150 black bass were providedfor Mates, seven Aviation Or-
Tenn., and ordnance instructionat month as an enlisted man as the "Outstanding Blue- the fish fry by John C. dnancemen three Yeomen, two
NATTC Jax.Graduating at the Naval Air Reserve Train- Jacket" of the month of Marchat McCoy, A02, Daivd G. Mur- Storekeepers, one Machine Accountant
from Florida State ing Unit,Jacksonville, Fla. the NAS Cecil based Attack phy, A02 William T. Gifford, one Aviation Machinist f
University with a bachelor of The ceremonies were conducted Squadron Forty Four. A01, and Ana Fernandez, SN, Mate (en), one Dental Tech-
science degree he then attended by Captain W. Pittman, Jr., His selection was made on the a fishing party from AO Testing. nician, two Hospital Corpsmen, \
the University of Florida to obtain Commanding Officer of theJack- basis of his meticulous appear- The fish fry was a great one Bollerman one Aviation I
his degree in law. sonville training unit. ance, loyalty superiors, ability success despite the rainy weather Structural Mechanic, one Avia-
Moss, who is single, had beena to accept authority without and all A 0 Support personnelare tion Electronic Technician, one
special Investigator in the state reserve and devotion to duty. looking forward to the next Aviation Storekeeper, and one
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attorney's office before becoming Jones is the son of Mr and one. Machinist Mate.
the assistant state Mrs. Palmer H. Jones of
attorney. Winnsboro, Tex., He is marriedto . . . .
.......... Last Saturday, April 16, wasa the former Miss Delores M.

NARTU Jax will receive its day of celebration for NARTU Spears of Missoula, Mont. They The honor class for the week The "Ambassadors of Rhy-
,annual administration mater Sax, as 31 of its memberswere have two children and resideat of April 11 from AE School thm", NATTC's orchestra, entertained -
ial inspection, April 21. authorized for advance- 1817 Foura1 Road in Jack- was 547 and AO Class at the festivities at
ment. They were the following: sonville. the official of the NATTC
The Chief of Naval Air Reserve 611 A.David. opening
R. G. Anderson -- YN3 G. T. '
Traini 's staff will trav- ; W. Scott, AOAA, of :softball season April 18.
el trom NAS Glenview, in., to AycockHM2H.C.Babcock-- 15 Area Waves Class 610 B was the AO The rock and roll combo, a
ATR2 R. B. Banicki AMS2 '
; ; of the NATTC orchestra,
look closely at the command's honor student and J. R. Gren- part
W. A. Brantana -- TD3 B. B.
performance during the past ; een, AA, of Class 544 was was featured. Their appear-
Brown -- ADR2: R. Burke --
year. Attend School the AE honor student.Congratulations ance was very successful I
AMS1; E. E. Dickson -- PR1J:
and they received
sucha many compli-
The on doing
inspecting'team,composed
W. A. Evans -- YN2; R. V.
of 42 members, will arrive on Floyd -- AMS2: P.Gareston--' For LeadershipEleven fine Job! ments from their audience.

two separate aircraft April 20 ADR2: W. D. Green -- YNl; f
and depart on April 24. C. W. Hill -- ADRC: J. A. NATTC Waves and four ONSTAGE !
Reserve Squadron VA-741 of Jackson -- AMH2; J. F. John- NAS Waves started on the -
NARTU Jax will depart for two son -- PT2: R. C. Keller -- road to leadership as Class 66- April 15 16 17,20,21,22 ',
weeks of active duty trainingat AME2; L. E. Marley -- PN2; E convened its two week ,

,the Marine Air Station, Yuma, J. J. Matranga -- PN2; J. R. session April. 18 at the Training ix! ii EVES AT 8:30 SUN. MAT. 2:30
Arizona, April 18. Maynard -- ADR1; H.K.Miner-- Center.
The members of VA-741 will AK2{ L. F. Moore -- YNC; The mission of the Leadership
attend classes as well as, par- M. X. Moxley -- ATN2; T. L. School is to reemphasize and AMERICA'S FUNNIEST MUSICAL \
ticipate in active flight operations Nichols A03; C. E.Nipper revitalize the elements of lead-
< AMSC; H. L. Nurse -- SK3; ership set forth in General A FUNNY'DIING
A. P. Odom -- AE3: M. B. Order 1## 21.
Popdan -- SK2; R. C. Queen -- The course, taught by ThomasB. HAPPENED ON THE WAYlbTHEFoRUMA .
Peter Kirill, Jr. 20, was PN1; R. O. Vanpoolen -- PN3: Holmes, EMC, and RogerT.
sworn into the Naval Air Reserve's A. E. West -- AMSC; W. W. Whitman, EMC, consistsof Uood Clean, Dirty Show! Brings Back Bell, Laughs'* Tim
Aviation Reserve Officer Whittemore -- ADR3. 80 hours of instruction,which "Big Boisterous Musical! Jumps with Mirth" A, P.

included 40 hours of technical 21 McitksOilrvidway
training, 35 hours of military
.,., training and 5 hours of physical Guild Players Presentation

84 "!o training.The FAIRFAX THEATRE:' :'CtH for Rmmrtta


x .1 tis up of 'leadership technical: training,: customs is made and .. ,4120.HmcM St,, v 387-434

courtesies, world affairs military MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED .t
conduct, mmunismmUl-: ,
tary law, speech, and U. S.
government. The militarytraining +IIti
rr rry consists of field drill and ik t. '. 1
ceremonies... ',ti ...v ..._' /. .
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The departments representedby .? .
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are :
( Electrician's Mate School,Aviation :111" ,. ; .. f .
Ordnanceman School. .'
\\L Dental,
First Lieutenant, Training Facilities
Enlisted Personnel, Edu-
cational Services Office, Special SHANERMAHAPARTMEHTSl) !
.Services and the Chaplains Of-
IJ fice. The NAS departments
t \ represented are Aircraft Maint-
enance Supply, Military Per-
PETER KIRILL, JR., Is sworn Into the Naval/ Air Reserve's sonnel, and Security.
Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate Program by Capt. CharlesW.

Pittman Jr., CO, NARTU, Jax. Klrill's father witnessedthe Graduation will be held April
swearing in. (See column for story) 29 at 1 p.m, in King Hall. 'WEST JAX'S NEWEST I MOST. MODERN

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Following is a list of sure-fire iiui 4'iiiiw"
ways to kill Ideas on how to
Effective 8
[1 May improve Federal Government -x :
operations. Read carefully : ..- 'r ,
I but don't use these familiar ... >t.I r 1jET' tfVIIt '
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L t A new system of withholding flects name and employee check .rationalizations: 'I .
J Federal Income Tax establishedby number. Form W-4 will be We tried that before. r .
the Tax Adjustment Act of furnished each employee the We don't have the time. JI K
: 1966 will go Into effect May NAS Jax Comptroller.Items That's beyond our responsi
,: 8, 1966, the first pay period 1 or 2 must be com- bility. done it before. _
which begins after May 1, 1966. pleted. Items 3 through 6 are Why We've change never ? We're getting
The rates at which tax is withheld to be completed If applicable. along.
i.t' have been revised to more Date and sign the Form W4. The front office would squelch
.J closely approximate the rates Return, Form W-4 to supervisor.Do it.Let's.
jl upon which year-end liability is not fold or mutilate. All shelve it. Maybe it will jtip \
I 1; based, however this is not a tax W-4 Forms must be receivedin die of old age.
increase. the payroll branch, Comptroller Employees don't like change.
t For civilian employees the Department, not later than Has anyone else tried it? _
:4 percentage method of withholding April 29,1966.Copies Instead think positively. Find aR,,' 4 .-
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\ will be employed in computing of withholding tables better, simpler, more economical yo .'' ""II' ...
: tax deductions In accordance with will be posted on all official ways to do the Jobandearn
for extra money through SAFETY PAYS. .There can be no doubt that the emphasison
tax table a biweekly pay per- bulletin boards. Please do not
+ 'iod. The amount of one with- remove. adopted employee suggestions. safety in the Public Works Dept. has been worthwhile. Evidence
( holding exemption for a biweekly in support of this claim came recently when Cdr. J. A.

; pay period is $26.90. The O&R Worker Honored For McAllister, Assistant Public Works Officer presented shop
i'I amount of tax withheld! depends safety awards to fifteen employees. Special recognition was

on(:a) Whether employee Is sin- given to two employees for their safety records. G. R. White
1'\ gle or married. '" 40 Years Federal ServiceFrank (shaking hands with Cdr. McAllister) received 25-year safe
\\ (b) The number of exemptions driving award, and Fred Kimbrell (behind White) was presentedwith
claimed on' the Form W-4 filed. I. Thompson of the Mr. Thompson entered Fed- a 10-year safe supervision award.
tl{ (c) The amount earned.If Overhaul and Repair Dept. eral Civil Service in November
an employee does not sub- was recently honored for 40 1946 when he was employed by
f't'| mil a new Employees Withholding years service under the Incentive the US Maritime Commission in Bosses Bill Of Rights Setsesponsibilihes
;:: Certificate Form W-4 his Awards Program of Wilmington, N. C. Subsequent
withholding' 'the Civil Service Commission.Mr. employment was with the War
'Thompson began his long Department at Camp Rucker,
And R
.1 for single employees with "O"t career In 1920 when at the Alabama, and with Cincinnati Or- Duties
exemptions. age of 17 he enlisted in the dnance District.He .
';j. Employees may claim fewer Army. He remained In the The "boss" has been given if he does, he probably is not
exemptions than the number to service for almost 27 years was employed by the reams of information about his perfect in the eyes of every
which they are entitled. Em- and was assigned to the Or- NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair responsibilities over, the years, worker. Inevitably there are
ployees may also authorize additional dnance Department.. His many Department in February 1955as so that today there exists the going to be worker complaints,
withholding in specified, ,duties during this time Included a Helper, Alrfraft Mechanic most enlightened supervisionin and even authority may be ques-
'\1 .amounts. those of mechanic, inspector, (Motor). In May 1961 he attained history. tioned or debated. No matter
ti. Each employee must complete shop foreman; and finally Chief his rating of Machinist. Less information existshow what the instance is or the nature
present
: duties and responsibilities.Does should present It openly and
,,:1'1 : the worker know what the boss honestly to the boss according
: expects, what the boss deserves to established grievance pro
'l, : and how the boss shouldbe cedures. If it isn't presentedto
1f 4 treated? In answer, this far
f him in this manner, so '
Bill of Rights for bosses is as the boss is concerned, it i
I '! offered: is not a complaint, because. be ,
V'is
i I. Workers Are ExpectedTo not even aware of it. If be .
Do An Honest Day's Work. is not aware of It, how can the '
I ;.> An honest day's work means matter be settled? Practicality
t ; being on time and staying alone should rule out behind- .
; until time is up and working the scenes sniping, localized 1
tI : conscientously during this peri- bickering, or other indirect '
I o I od. It means having an inter- maneuvers. i
[ est in the welfare of the organi- IV. Workers Are Expected
zation and doing a fair share of Not To Abuse The Benefits And l'
HL the work. It means meetingall Privileges Made Available To :
expectations of the job and Them. The 10 minute r
taking pride In workmanship. coffee break that gradually leng
II. Workers Are Expected To thens to 20, the use of sick Ii
Contribute Ideas For Improvement leave when not actually ill, the
In Methods, Product Or 30 minute lunch period that a
: Service Today's enlightened actually takes 45 minutes are ,
boss encourages employeesto abuses of benefits and privi t
r make beneficial suggestions' leges. The worker should never r:
Af Ma' and recommends awards for suit- "overdo a good thing.'*
able ones, but the number V. Workers Are ExpectedTo
i received Is sometimes disap- Maintain Reasonable Standards -
pointing and the kind received Of Personal Appearance
i often is lacking in quality. And Conduct Both On And Off
IlL Workers Are ExpectedTo The Job. It is not too much ;
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f Present Their Complaints to ask that the worker conduct
o To The Boss Openly And himself so that his personal
\ .... Honestly The perfect boss behavior and way of life do
i '1 probably does not exist, and not reflect unfavorably
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the morning and coon far dlow"lChe .$,peed UoeN :
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and also to kq Buda la Even dough It', Just a part man in a music store plays 1400r aaxsr4w) Oar.4 o) is 'w
standing la t the long .would' Dike ito.see :dxwt; t9 pw t lime job for 12 sailors,a marine. Gerald Amoroso, AA, an from Atwnr GUAM, MMay J Is.
get a sandwich aid \ "".:;peed t liae" for RbeeYeDing! have who land
and a civilian, they maws AO "A" student plays
To find oat vfoal 1 dz z AQ impressive debut as the Naval first trumpet is another talented Tlw ffl4nitrs of 11)4) oriera
of the DeW setup, Harrison, AAj Fjuuajoce Air Technical Training Center's musician. Amoroso has meet every Tfuirsdiyriwlr ffl it In
Ask Us" reporter .(: TJjere finitely feas emissaries of Musical sound. been playing. the trumpet for headquarters in ftQaifh.J, '
Field last vedc *v4 : ao iov- The emissaries, called the 10 yearsThe; Aljqufpp*, Pennsylvania Gym for relwaml''t WHw sordhestra ;
following questions. mem 1g "An bassadors of Rhythm, are native majored) in was first fonra4 re'hearsals
you ri fp-y of lie ** > service d uoder the direction of Chief music at Your&$town Univers ity were ,OicW,, ) Orcc
and "Does ii L: : aalh;..# f Av1&tion Ordna man Joseph: in Younststown, Ohio, times .weirr, 'IJowcycr Iilsarrangemenx '
vice of the gaUey?" : 'penin x James CarungJ t, AA, of AC prpy 4 to J 4 a
Dennis P"ftt7t: -.Speed Ttra orchestra's birth has been "A" School played the drums for burg. 00")4) sriint merrsr4,
ing AHey "I don't: d : **.. During j .. described as a fluke of luck, 10 years before entering the, flow pracctIt I. hd4 oowac awselr
any good. AIctmorepeqple stawalot* axd b's entrance into childhood Navy Caruogj/ who 'is from 1114 OO4r; arc
v : have to HARRISON his teen called "extremely slow New Cattle, Pennsylvania. durirthe. wsek if" tie sssry,
go to the T"Speed : 10 twork in a minimum at timesThe Idea of the of two drummers In the or* ale Inrwoo> I'dH.fmsmr -
Uz** (time,and !she line Sleeps them MATTC crcbestra was conceived: destra> Tl lee other drummer rd }r pcdal J crv s
rnm'lti'l; dq c & .. ",hen the trjlcing center's Is Deb WIJXs, AA. of A9 "A"Illinois from various. commands
are going tof3ft IlK food is real ;good for former CJiaplala C. R. Wittmotioed &bool, a rative d flgr"} fJdcJ, thrr9u hM the ter M df
yri jy Ifooo amount d men: :thai is served. : dial: Were were large effort was pyt Corn1 J l ifll'Wi
faster and it n1< lie lite is :serving the! dotumber causes a big : realweJl.** per oaael reporting aboard with ordxura tventers, Join I3vr! WATTC rs IYc4, i
line to fc+ rr, sm : Gwaincu AAj Special musical talent Upon discovering too, AA, they dorTt get arty : : s **3 than they vonld have lane1 70patemrifil orsSxsu: wecfcersootice : bail In Oalu4. CiJJ;raga, ) flrsa ,1144 J ,
jgril T ciiow: lfr y- rtgLlcGatR .and .a ia I the Plata The alto sa eae p sysr, slice be aA4wrI7 4 tof PYlII <
ffnay be A ? rrtg: aliey d t ttte Day.annound.n& the form.at1QX1 Kaated Arrseotr; ,Md A"A"aoi ) mush; taOds.A IOJJ..d
""Speed Line". but s !' d ube: Drtbe: to tit orerriaeA Ls from oaasyll A, f$W", W13a.
new line is fust as : at : sameB; p uasyiYJLtL Jk also played . ti schr dJrH.- : :. \: cswlog (d :tie ors esara's w iJ h1sOther :4QJ boric. Iaslp' 1.0 riseJAltc ors Plyj.fe !9s
_. BiD y Ganer. SN AS dk l hood l mlSb ps is cnougb to persc>1.d. mskc .'pthe t \ 13qtct f'J1. m ,
Se.nicesI rfHrfc > OKI make tthe reader wotKlejwi):>thecothie orchestra are; em uric, P" )MR IlCbe
''f'tf" .,,*, nne beJp5amsi ; : 1tObe! OMJ3M0 tradtaesdt bve: syevdessrtneu d AO ux T, .a atatiysflayw d or4i sq" 1s igy s aye
:. < er bn ]'" : : .aid it goes slang rs tan & Liar First d rst, 4erlsoz 1$1A. vUo mY$ lCUi.J Ictffsrc Atz) : ,teals/
.. cry at but an other ttfones .axt l,, !there WI as Christmas Ifcsve, the l ,asLttlve ..uut..lQfJe'n Arraa3 ors :;
the lJ'Il"I"I1I'tIYI" .. is a Hue extending:: students graduating {Cram jiK>* L a.iney" AA rf AQ "A" &Q wS;," tad, pic fk9'W Atr
So Csr u'hat"st.: .. ,. a tfhe chaw: Ihtffl- ds.. ipe uansfe-.r.s.. "6xttrNaha a DaUa,, Tex&o: vbo Mars ..Srd'utrlpet l .kw1; Is fist A 6dcte
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IUSe ifL ; lane" as tthat tthe flood cd imuaic01inding :stands, and(! w 01he<< uIy slept they fW4ws k steyittacedttttey :
I only Juree bener>tehrni: (ithessgiihir .11 lace den'tea. in the be tie.. ihys I *e4 LiccL.M
m1mJte.s 10 eat -- The Lint irtshearsailflreOd : .Wlanflt cut 14as1ltgs; M,, d/O kA" "tote w4suts -fJN.t.1. M
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do j11St it taBL.II I dtnih ,trance Jtan. 2C) .at tCaptaidalln u.. 4I M. ,.A." aoa4terM1as .j) l-'
ifejak' i&e fendihKT tfue-.ed :UntPDt.1ion.11ud 1ltltpc d 'Xeuu ;lt&si. Pm.- &d t Ws' ,Is py fps .
on rate ]fee is as :QtIa Jai JiD. lbyatll'Wholteard rthemJKlany ttoneu + Muss ]:&ataQAq, M, d d IJIlTll1,
in the bow hB11.- : ane Lit&>e ? edf dice (ni l attii uneni ,&E "A"' bQci Js M1\1,
Cuistia.1l ;.: t qty iim- tbors AS \wall 3\S tthtiir dirnvtnrItaticc Nu Ja'Y xr ftr9>1.tn (cameo'J. is 141Ufy w;
s ntecanct ; : >>1biu;. .; cttgve tt iIik it is.a : Hine jecmK tbt1inre jlwaittingdieatzrteiiffst> a.ctiitsiftr' lIWif an AG Q" jQIV.uotor &bH M MJ 'nM ,.
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1thq fiSb. h cute {Toad atf tote Rite;: olT milieu lUe continued tto add '&41'.
IplOTthe.spee ] JI guess ut floe jinjprave !no his! imimicfU vvergiUlhy 1 i>1 '
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have"STOP tlTrtlje Qoofl l1&od. '1 rLd..A ASR iI9' ; ." tl1L. ': iR .. ASPIC.. ,
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8, 1966, the first pay .
which begins after
The rates at which tax 1 f
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\ "' tax tax deductions table for a biweekly in PAYS.- .There can be no doubt that the emphasis
iod. The amount of in the Public Works Dept. has been worthwhile. Ev-
t. holding exemption for a in support of this claim came recently when Cdr. J. A.
{ ly pay period is $ Assistant Public Works Officer, presented shop
!I'I amount of tax withheld* awards to fifteen employees. 'Special recognition was
I on: to two employees for their safety records. G. R. White/ /
(a) Whether employee
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){ gle or married. hands with Cdr. McAllister) received a 25-year safe
:\ (b) The number of award, and Fred Kimbrell (behind White) was presented
claimed on' the Form a 10-year safe supervision award.
a (c) The amount earned.If

q(i,{ mit ing If a an Certificate new employee Employees Form does Bill Of Rights Sets

}'I wages will be subject
;I holding at the rates
.'S for single employees And Responsibilities
y' exemptions.
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: exemptions than the of information about his perfect in the eyes of every
." which they are over, the years, worker. Inevitably there are
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:, ployees may also today there exists the going to be worker complaints,
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I, ditional withholding- in ; enlightened supervision and even authority.may be ques-
.amounts. ) tioned or debated. No matter
'! Each employee must information existshow- what the Instance is or the nature
;:t ,;a new Form ,W-4 for the worker on his of the complaint, the 'worker
". and responsibilities.' .Does should, present "it openly} 'and
'I. I know' what the boss honestly to the _DOSS: accordingto !
' what the boss de- established grievance procedures -
"i and how the boss should If It isn't presentedto
1 ? In answer this him in this manner, so far
' of Rights for bosses is as the boss Is concerned, It
i \\II; 1'r' : is not a complaint, because he (L
Workers Are Expected is not even aware of it. If he
I. Do An Honest Day's Work. is not aware of it, how can the
p day's work means matter be settled? Practicalityalone
I.t t on time and staying should rule out behind-
I.I time is up and working the scenes sniping, localized
j during this peri- bickering, or other indirect
c It means having an inter- maneuvers.
in the welfare of the organi- IV. Workers Are ExpectedNot
. and doing a fair share of To Abuse The Benefits And
I, work. It means meeting Privileges Made Available To
. of the job and Them. The 10. minute
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pride in workmanship. coffee break that gradually leng-
Workers Are Expected To thens to 20, the use of sick
". Ideas For improve- leave when not actually ut, the
,. In Methods, Product Or 30 minute lunch period that
Today's enlightened actually takes 45, minutes are
encourages employees abuses of benefits and privi-
beneficial suggestions leges. The worker should never
1 awards for suit- "overdo a good thing.
: ones, but the number V. Workers Are ExpectedTo
Is sometimes disap- Maintain Reasonable Stand-
and the kind received ards Of Personal AppearanceAnd
II I is lacking in quality. Conduct Both On And Off
} Z.I Z. Workers Are Expected The Job. It is not too muchto
.1. Their Complaints ask that the worker conduct
\ The Boss Openly And himself so that his' personal
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Recently the galley at NAS you are the type who
person
Cecil opened a "Speed Line" for doesn't like waiting in a long Musical Scene At NATTCenter : !.
the morning and noon meals. It line for chow, the "Speed Line"
was Intended, for the light eater, is the place to go, and the chowis .
and also to keep such men from good to. Even though it's just a part man in a music store. plays tenor saxaphone and comes
standing in the long line lust to "I would like to see them open time job for 12 sailors a marine Gerald Amoroso, AA, an from Agana, Guam, Midway Is-
get a sandwich and bowl 0 the "Speed Line" for the evening and a civilian, they have m To find out what the men thoughtof meal." an impressive debut as the Naval first trumpet is another tal- land.The members of the orchestrameet
the new setup, the "If Ya Eric Harrison, AA Finance in
; Air Technical Training Center's ented musician. Amoroso has every Thursday night
Ask Us" reporter visited Cecil Office "There definitely has emissaries of Musical sound. been playing the trumpet for their headquarters in Rosenthal ,
Field last week and asked the been an improvement The emissaries, called the 10 years. The Allqulppa, Pen- Gym for rehearsal. When the :'
following questions. "What do in "Ambassadors of Rhythm", are nsylvania native majored in orchestra was first formed rehearsals i
you think of the "Speed Line"? the service of under the direction of Chief music at Youngstown UniversityIn were held three
and "Does it improve the ser- the galley;;. Aviation Ordnanceman Joseph Youngstown Ohio. times a week. However this
vice of the galley?" since opening* Segar. James Carungi, AA, of AE arrangement proved to be a
Dennis, P.,Schultz, SABowl; the "Speed'Line" ; The orchestra's birth has been "A" School played the drums for burden on the,student members. ;
ing Alley "I don't think it does During* described as a fluke of luck 10 years before entering the Now practice Is held ,once a '
any good. A lunch time a lot" and it's entrance into childhoodhas Navy Carungi, who is from week and others are scheduled
lot more peoplego of men have to HARRISONreturn been called "extremely slowat New Castle Pennsylvania, is one during the week if necessary.The Ii.
to to work in a minimumof times," The idea of the of two drummers in the or- instruments were obtain-
"Speed L time, and the line helps them NATTC orchestra was conceived chestra. The other drummerIs ed through Special Services
thinking theM;. ; do this. when the training center's Bob Wilks AA, 'of AO "A" from various commands
are "The food is real good for former Chaplain G. R. Witt School, a native of North Field, throughout the country. Much
get their the amount of men that is served. noticed that there were a large Illinois. effort was put fonh in repair-
faster, I think the line is serving the number of students and support Like many of the other ing and conditioning the instruments -
causes a big SCHULTZ purpose real well." personnel reporting aboard with orchestra members, John Bur- NATTC received. _
line to form, so consequentlythey Matty Guarino, AA; Special musical'talent. Upon discoveringthis ton, AA, ot AO "A" School, Chief Segar made' music
don't get any faster service Services "I don't think the he compiled a list of over was a member of his high school stands from cardboard when the I
than they would have at the regular "Speed Line" 70 potential orchestra members band in Oakland California.The orchestra first started but has
chow line. The chow is working out and placed a notice in the Plan alto Saxaphone player, since been authorized buy i
may be a little better on the as they had ': of the Day announcing the formation Kenneth Armentrout, AA of AO new music stands. J
"Speed Line", but so far the planned. Some of the orchestra in November "A" School Is from Coatsville, Chief D. A. Blair, the NAS
new line is just as slow as regular days it seems! 1965.A Pennsylvania. He also played Band leader has been a great
chow." to work out all L .. catalog of the orchestra's with his high school band. help to the NATTC orchestra by '
Billy Garner, SN; Special right as there', childhood mishaps is enough to Other personnel who make up supplying it with sheet music.
Services "I think the speed is no waiting make the reader wonder why the the orchestra are: Bill Stark, The greatest problem facingtlx
line helps considerably* line to be GUARINO orchestra doesn't have even less SA, of AO Support, najive of : orchestra is duty sections
) served and it goes along members than it has. First of Hayward, Wisconsin, who plays that interfere with rehearsals.
especially at :::.. smoothly, but at other timesextending all, there was Christmas leave, the baritone saxaphone; Dave Arrangements are being madeto
the noon meal.. ,":' there is a Hie students graduating from scho- Rainey, AA. of 'AO "A" School, minimize this problem. An-
So far that'sJ, \ outside the chow hall. ols, personnel transfers, "com- a Dallas, Texan who plays 3rd other problem is that most of
the..,only time lri.! L ', "The only good thing abQut the shawing of sheet music, con- trumpet; Bill Segar, Chief Se- the members are students and
have used it.i "Speed Line" is that the foodis struction of music stands, and gar's son, the only dependentin they must be replaced when
I only haveminutes 45 usually better than the regular finding a place for rehearsals.The the orchestra plays trombone, they have completed school. All
to eat GARNERand line." first rehearsal wasn't Cliff Hastings AA, of AO "A" of the students presently in the
get back to my job, and Evan J. Reeves, SA; Gal- held until mid January 1966 School comes from Augusta Ga., o' "lestra will leave before the
the "Speed Line" allows' me to ley, "I work in the galley, The orchestra made its first and plays guitar; John Capps, 'e1' of June this year.
do just that. and I don't appearance Jan. 26 at Captain's AA, of AE "A" School, another Now that the band Is organized -
"I think the food that is servedon like the"Speed Inspection and was well receivedby Dallas, Texan plays the bari- this is by no means the
the line is as good as any Line" at all. all who heard them. tone. Russ. Naiman, AA, end of the progress of NATTC
in the 'chow hall." To me Itdoes- Many of the orchestra mem- AE "A" School is a gui- musical depanment.CIIet J e-
Christian Kuemmerle, AA; n't really Improve bers as well as their director tar player from Chicago gar is already making plans toenlarge
Aircraft, Maintenance Dept. "I anything.The had extensive musical experience IllinoisS/Sgt..R.. Bernard ,the orchestra by" encouraging -
think it is a line seem ,I before joining the'armed. forces. 'is 'an AO "A11 Instructor all Interested"musicians ),
pretty' go.odImprovement to',be j Just as Chief Segar's interest in music from St. Martinville, Louisianawho to Join. :
.ti fast'as the REEVES first came to' light when he plays slide trombone; Any wishing to join should '
On Fridaywhenthey others. I can't really say learned to play the piano at the and A. P. Herrera, AA, who contact Chief Segar at Ext. '
have fish, much about the food at the age of nine. He continued to add 547.
I go to the line.I ,[.guess it does improve to his musical versltlllty by
"Speed Line", the noon meal, bqt it's just more' learning fo play the clarinet and z4c/
since I don't work for. ,,the line crew.'' drums when he was thirteen. At
like seafood. KUEMMERLESTOP this time he was a member .
.'of the local 4' II Band. BY BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I I INC.,
In 1941, while an Airman .
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Washington, he organizedthe

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knowledge, the band is still performing LTiTI
SIGNNEW today. .
of While on inactive duty In 1957,
r. Chief Segar then known as 2
"Smoky Joe" Segar, was a
disc jockey at WMUS Radioin
yI\ Muskegan, Michigan. He had
an early morning Country West-
ern Show for three years. During
this time he developed a group
named the Beverly Sisters
arid introduced them to the recording )'
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tervlewers receptionists, and Society is sponsored entirely EXAMPLES OF SERVICE In case$ ot Illness; ((3)) Assistance Marine Corps status and, incase four week (course) at Bldg. ptionists; Allene Bowler, ':I''
The annual drive [for funds volunteer workers. LAYETTE PROGRAM for by funds chiefly contributed j in securing emergency Gerri
typists were responsible private transof dependents, an established 501, each Wednesday and Fri chairman of layettes,
to support the Navy Relief Society These volunteers are. for Much of the volunteers time is and by service personnel Examples of many worthwhile h portation, ((4)) Securing Information chairman of
aiding local<: servicemen state of dependency, and ((2)) day morning from 9 a.m., to Baker honorary ;, .
is fast approaching and the most part, wives of militarymen spent'on the layette program.The their dependents with 456 and civilian friends of the Navy services which Navy Relief can regarding f family allowance, determination that need exists. 12 noon. The course began layettes, Rommelle Qarrocca<: ,
you will see, hear and read in the area, who must keep ,society purchases the needed grautities amounting to over $$25 and. Marine Corps. It(controls) its render are: voluntary allotment or other These two factors are usually April 20 and will be completed publicity; and Peg Washington, ; 1.
much concerning the outstandingwork their households going, get their ,materials, then volunteer sewers thousand and 913 loans amountingto own funds obtained through donations Navy matters and ((5)) Funeral determined d by Information supMay 13. records.( ) 1 v ;
accomplished( ) by this children off to school and keep and knitters join forces and after during the annual fund I disease cases in expenses. 4
over $$67 thousand. An addItional !- i 1 1. Chronic plies by Navy Relief volunteer Capt S. D. Wright, USN (Ret) '"'
worthy organization. their husbands happy. many hours of work, turn out $$3,148.02, were(converted) drive. The drive traditionally which h prognosis Indicates a In each of these cases, eli workers. LOCAL VOLUNTEERS j is Executive Secretary of the ,
But the unsung heros of complete layettes for young and June, in recovery gibility for financial .
to gratuities. held in May com- complete or partial assistance The women who devote their Jacksonville Auxiliary. RAdm H. I
the Navy Relief Society, are 88 WOMEN DONATE TIME mothers in need. meration of the Navy ?Marine within a reasonable period if from the Nivy Relief Society TRAINING/ COURSE time to heading the volunteer H. Caldwell, ComFalrJax is
the hundreds of volunteer worker There are over 80 womenin The layettes consists of PRIVATE FUNDSThe sea .- air battle of the Coral properlY treated; ((2)) Securing( ..depends o.. to basic factors: At this time, Jacksonville workers groups of the JackPresident and Capt. J. R. Mack-. .. ,
who donate their time the Jacksonville area who diapers, blankets, plastic pants, Sea. housekeeper or practical nurse ((1)) an established Navy or Auxiliary workers are attending sonville Auxiliary are: roth, CO), NAS, is the Executive
Relief
and efforts to helping military donate many hours as volunteer shins, handmade garmets and work of the: Navy------______ __ ---- --- --._ _. no' 'WlflI."r'-J/r". /" a Navy Relief Trainina Class.. Marv Cales. chairman of voi Vice President.
personnel facing emergency! sit- interviewers, receptionists, hand knitted sweaters. A conducted ---- Mrs.' Servicemen who need '
___ by Elain Schamunteers\ H. H. Caldwell, as'i
uations. ist, knitters, and sewers. A total of $4257.98, in !! '
was spent FAbT mahorn, Field Representative honorary chairman: JeanRehn- sistance from the society may ,
The national Navy Relief Society total of 13,094, hours were ,
1965 layette Relief Office, '
to purchase from Washington, D. C. Miss ber, chairman of interviewers; contact the Navy
.
'i was organized in Wash- donated to Navy Relief work supplies.. F Scammahorn is conducting the June Baker, chairman of reBldg.. 953, WAS,Sax or phone, .\
D. C., in 1904, and the last & .
ington '
year.
Last year!, the volunteer in- Ext. 737 or 387 -.5308.
Jacksonville Auxiliary was organized -
-- :. 4 6,000, NATIONWIDE/ I
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when the Naval Air Station 't
established. Branchesof : JZ. ) --- r ; VOLUNTEERS: \
the was J Jacksonville Auxiliaryare 2 :' 4? _ff uIr cl _. ;__ 1 1....... This 1s a brief summary of ;
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now
at tj I
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It there volunteers
6,000
NAS Cecil Field, NAS .r ; t I 7 .t'...:.,;. are
,' 1.-I ;! '1 .' ..........'1 .: '" I across the naion that bring
Sanford, and NAS Glynco, Ga. ..
.. their wisdom and ,
1 .. ____jJ r. -- 'It' experience
the of three
salaried With exception ,., -I f A _________ the devotion of their hearts,'the .
,employees an,executive .)
of themselves .;
to the
'w ': application
4
ecretary, a bookkeeper- h ." that be solved .
problem must :
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secretary-, {he and Auxiliary 4 registerednurse and I .....;. ',.)_ ': 1. k $\ "4, '" .r' in Society.the work of the Navy Relief. ',

Branches are sta1feentIrelybyifQeaM .
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committee looks .
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LAY TTE,'COMMITTEE'.IEavy' Relief volunteers working on patt.rflsare: (I ',rJ) C Cecilia. /// Axelsson./ Dorothy a ,LynnAlry, # !' .Ann Klahn,: Anna.Harris! / I ,

>.G&Jkyc ; Frances Olsen, Evelyn Fleck, Genie Baker, Allen Bowler chairman of I h /fts: s t Jane,Helton and'.Betty Dom., 1 LEGISLATURE GROUP 4 .

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YOUR ; of Navy Relief Society. Volunteers are (I to r) Pat Mac- TRAINING? / / COURSE. S. E. Wright, USN (Ret.) Exe- f
12 18 24 Phall, Jean Rehnberg chairman of interviewers Katie Fow. cutive; Secretary and Elaine'Scammohorn, Field Representative t
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LOAN < I:' ler. from Washington, D. C., discuss/ training course /for volunteers .

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1 Poge 10 JAX AIR// NEWS/AFTERBURNER



I: Summer' Fiesta Season In MiamiMIAMI I flPiees'fl,



FLA. Summer Rubens, Vermeer, Gainsborough performance, have featured such '; .
Fiesta time Is coming up In and Van Gogh. top personalities as Mitch Mil- "I
Miami again, and vacationers There also are night club ler, Skitch Henderson and Le- By Marge Beauchamp
seeking fun and entertainment shows, lectures, film showings roy Anderson.A .
will find them abundant in this recitals, coin shows, discussion brochure with a full listingof
resort capital. programs and dog shows. Summer Fiesta activities can Getting your children Into easy way out, I recommend the
{ There's something for everyone Among the top summer Fiesta be obtained free from the Miami- their Sunday best is some- short answer. A soft, Sas-
t f powerboats races, legitimate dates are the Miss USA Pag- Metro Department of Publicity times as difficult as making sonnish cut. The top is round,
t theater, beauty pageants, eant, May 15 21 and the Miss and Tourism, 499 Boulevard, then feel relaxed in the den- and full of body and bounce with
concert with more to see Universe Pagenat July 1016. Miami, Fla. 33132. tist chair, but with today's feathery little sideburns and a
: and more to do than ever be- Last year, beauties of 77 lands fashions for children taking a tapered back.
i l' competed for the Miss Universe turn toward the loose fitting But if you are sold on
I I fore.Beginning May 1, and con- crown. USO Pal! Day and casual look, children feel long hair for little girls, keepit
i tnuing through September, Mia- Spiritual singer MahaliaJack right at home even when they within reason. Anything
mi's event .- packed activities son. will be at the Miami Beach are dressed to the height of fash below shoulder length is usuallytoo
calendar reads like an enter- Auditorium May 22,and the famed Set For Jax much hair for a little girl..
tainment almanac, listing more piano duo of Ferrante and Teich- ion.Navy blue and white leads The important thing to rememberwith
than 400 separate programs, er are booked for the Dade the fashion color parade for long hair is to keep it trim-
shows and sports attractions.The County Auditorium May 27. Beach 7 children this year, be it solids, med regularly. Every five or
dazzling Miss Universeand Grand Ole Opry comes to the May checks, plaids or prints. six weeks will keep the shapeof
Miss USA pageants head auditorium May28,and the thrill Belts and buckles; pleats the hair nice.
the exciting Summer Fiesta ing Biscayne Greyhound Derbyis USO Pal Day will be heldat and ruffles! buttons and bows- Of course, braids and pony
array, with TV network taping set for June 16. Jacksonville Beach on Sat- matching coordinates, one-piece tails are still the life savers
sessions by comedian Jackie Miami's Invitational Bowling urday, May 7, 1966, at which dresses that look.like two piece for summer. If you choose a
Gleason and a waterfront con- Tournament of the Americaswill time military personnel and their dresses, knee length socks and pony tail, stay awayfrom rubber
"c cert appearance featuring Boston be July 13-17, and the families will be the guests of babydoll shoes are all taking their bands, they tend to break the
4 ,: Pops Maestro Arthur Fiedler annual Gold Coast Marathon- the USO Council of the Beaches. place In the little girl's ward- hair. Manufacturers have come
also drawing top billing. a mammoth endurance free-for- Griffin's Amusement Park is robe. up with a material covered band:!
There's even exhibition pro all matching powerboats of all offering free rides from 1 p.m.to Somethng that Is new and unusual that works much betrer.
.. football in August, introducing shapes and sizes-- is scheduledfor 3 p.m. through the courtesyof this year Is black and Summer Is your little girl's
the Miami Dolphins of the Am- July 16 17. Frank Griffin.Refreshments. bright prints. These printsare favorite. time of the year, and
erican Football League,and later of Miami's and cold drinks usually colored and cuffedin with the right wardrobe and hair
the National Water Ski Championships Southern The University Shakespeare Repertory will be free at the Beaches USO white to off set the black style, it canbe your favorite also.
held for the first time Theater will feature four clas- Club, 610 Oceanfront from and the prints range in color
in Miami. sics-Midsummer Night's Dream, 12 noon to 3 p.m. from red to blue to lavenderto SOCIAL BITS
The area's vast summer There will also be free beautiful.The .
Winter's Tale, Macbeth and Cor- pony yellow. They are
sports panorama gets a fur- iolanus -' on alternating ev- rides for the children, clowns newest and cutest idea Members of the NARTU Of-
ther boost from Miami's Invitational enings, beginning July 12. The and balloons. in children's fashion is the beach ficers Wives Club met Tuesday
,,. Bowling Tournament series continues nightly except This USO "Pal Day" for the dress. These long, pretty (usually morning at the home mfnMrs.
of the Americas, expected to Monday through Aug. 7. Armed Forces Is being spon- cotton) dresses are the John Mitchell for a txffee. Co-
attract the largest international sored by the USO Council of the younger sets answer to the hostess for the event was Mrs.
... bowling competition ever held The National Water Ski Beaches. Last year thousandsof teen age granny. They are James Latham.
under one roof. Champions of Championships will be at Christopher service personnel and their just perfect for late afternoons Mrs. David Miller, anew comer -
27 countries are entered.A Lake Aug. 25 28, and families enjoyed this free hos- after a hard day at play when to the club was introducedto
full schedule of professional comedian Jackie Gleason will pitality.The the little girls relax with a'picture the members. Lcdr. Miller
baseball games, featuring the begin taping his new TV series SERVICEMEN'S UNI- puzzle or a copy of Peter recently reported NARTU from
Miami Marlins, and nightly Aug. 27. The Gleason sessionsare FORM will be the ticket for Rabbit. Alameda Calif., where he was
greyhound racing also are on, open for limited public view admission to these activities and While we are on the sub assigned to 1155! Midway. Theyare
tap, with stock car racing, ten- ing each Saturday at the Miami this is important for identification ject of little girls, thought I presently residing: with their
nis and golf tournamentsboxing Beach Auditorium.' purposes. Dependents whose would say a few words on daughter Valerie. In Cedar Mill;?.
wrestling and soccer offered as husbands are deployed, should Mother's number one summer >lrs. (George Custer made a
added incentives.For Arthur Fiedler, famed con- apply at the Beaches USO Club problem "What can I do.with progress report on the ticket
the culture minded, ductor of the Boston Popstakesthe for admission tickets. "
my daughters hair:? ales for: the, upcoming: Magnolia -
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there's a wide range of publican podium Sept.' 3 for the final Women in the service are also Well, 'If you want to tike the i Ball. v w"
galleries and exhibitions concert of Miami's summeron included, and also must. be in'
some displaying the creations of the waterfront series. jniform.: .
i exhabit The concerts, which play to pack- Children of military depen-
ed houses at, the pity of Miami dents must also be accompaniedby
include worlds of Rembrandt, Marine Stadium at almost every their parents in order to
I enjoy the free activities.The .
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MOVIESMovies : ". Club SchedulesNASJAX : .'..,'l\r.,. \\I"I':';'':

at the NAS Jax Theatre 'L', ',
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will 8:15 be p.m.shown, regularly Monday at through 6 and, "O" NAS CECILEM "'11.i .!.; ,5r ,' :

Saturday. In addition to the CLUB Although the CLUB : :
two evening shows there will names of the bands appearing Tonight is game
at the "0" Club night, the special will be thicken -
matinee at 2 were
be a p.m. on not a- for
Saturday Sundays and holidays.The vailable at press time, there will Hour .500. Friday Happy I
Hospital Theatre will have be music this Friday and Sat- will be held from 5 till 6. Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company
feature 7 urday. Tuesday is foreign Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythum 3649 Philips lltwy., Jacksonville, Florida 32207, to arrive _
weekly at dish
one p.m. Girls will not later than
night featuring provide the music for Tuesday for publication the following Thursday -
Cecil Field will have two shows from gourmet treats your listening pleasure. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
during the week at 5:30 and 8 many lands. Wednesday is dance music will be Sunday the following week unless the publisher is Instructed other
p.m. Matinees will be shownon is fried chicken night for the "Group". Monday by the wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. whole family, and Thursday is Wednesday Tuesday,and be received WITH the copy for the ad.
beef-eaters night. Happy Hour will be
held from 5 till 6.
21 CPO CLUB Music this CPO CLUB DO NOT SEND CASH
Thursday, April Friday Friday there will
night will be provided by "The be a lobster dinner for $2.25 RATE: Minimum 'charge ((3 lines). . ... . .2.00
and HAS Kristine- Love Nelson and Kisses Rick Moonlighters" with the Frank and a 16 oz. porter house steak Per additional line ((4 words per line). .0.50

Hospital Night of the Grizzly- Binder Combo playing Saturday for $2.20. Charlie King and band
night. Sunday's entertainmentwill will provide the entertainment
Clint Walker, Martha HyerC.
Field Slender Thread be by Mark Castle. Saturday there is a 12 oz.Too bone SINGERS FOR $15 3 BR, REDECORATED HOME,

Sidney Pettier, Ann Bankcroft ACEY DUCEY CLUB The feature special for $1.55 and the"Moderns" SEWING MACHINES, left in stor- $100 dwn. $50. mon. ORANGE
this will provide the age, good condition, fully elec- PARK REALTY 264.2411
Friday
Friday, April 22 will be the night at the club music. Sunday there is a turkey tric, does everything completewith
Shipwreck Dance. dinner $1.00 for ORANGE PARK- CHOICE AREA
,
adults and attachments. Yours for
of the Mark
NAS Revenge Gladiator Castle
will provide the .50$ for children. Wednesday storage charge.; Only $15 each. $2000 Under FHA Appraisal 3BR
music
for
Roger Brown, Syble Gable the dance.
Vern lIen- is 2B, Den Flrepl. Hwd. Firs. Dbl.
derson game night beginning at 7:45. Call warehouse, 353 1946, will
Hospital Love and Kisses will take over the
spot- NOTES deliver no obligations. A-I Gar. Landscaped lot $1700 total
USO
Rick and Kristine NelsonC. light Saturday night and March down
Wilson USO NOTES 318 North Ocean Sewing Machine Company payment.
Field That Darn Cat and The Redcoats will VIRGINIA E. BELL. BKR.
Hayley Mills, Dean Jones provide the dance tunes on Sun- Street Special events at TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY 264-2488 359-2462-"

Saturday April 23 day. Game night is every the USO this week include, dependents, Stenos, typists, key-
Sunday and Tuesday.BLUEJACKETS April Birthdays Party on Saturday WANTED TO TRADE: FURN-
Sunday's and punch operators, bookkeepers, ITURE for equity in 10x51. 1964
NAS El Cid Charleston vespers refreshments floral designers .
assign.As
Heston, Sophia Loren INN Thursday will be at the St. available.temp. Pennacle house trailer. Call
dance music will be by Phil Cay Johns Presbyterian Church.Sunday's you are TEMP- Mrs. Bryant 764-1867 or
Hospital of ORARY TALENT 1130 ACL
Revenge the Gladiators and the Chanties. Holidays will movie starting at 7:30 768-6152
Roger Brown, Syble do the Bldg. 356 0753
entertaining this Friday will. be "Road to Zanzibar.
Gable.C.
night at the Inn. On On FOR RENT GARAGE APT.
Saturday Monday from 8 to 11 :
Field Night of the Grizzly- p.m. REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -
March Wilson and featuring an informal dance titled Girl elec. kit., unfurn., water free,
advice. 7 .
Clint Walker Martha
flyer the Go Go Girls will providethe of the Month will be held. week. Homes for sale days.$100 a 6516 Townsend Rd. 771-4077

Sunday, April 24 entertainment. Gemini Five Music will be provided by NAS Down. Equities No Qualify
along with Phil Combo CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS -
Cay will be and
refreshments will
Rentals. HomeSite Lots
NAS Weird Wicked World- ing. ,
,
playing Sunday night. On Mondaythe be served. Tuesday is Game Acreage, Investments. WALTERT. : 1964 Eng.: Ford, 2Dr,
El Cid Charleston
Hospital Gemini Five again will provide Night at the USO and Disc BOWEN, Reg. Broker USN R&H, 4' speed trans., clean, one
Heston, Sophia LorenC.
the dancing tunes. Appearing Jackey show on Wednesday.. owner car $750. 1964 Plymouth
Retired. 384 1376
Field Love and Kisses-
Belvedere Hardtop, R&H, seat
Tuesday night will be too Thursday is Homemade Good-
Rick and Kristine Nelson Loose Ends. Game night is ies Night along with the Bowl- RENT OR SELL: AVAIL. belts, clean, ready to go. $1695

Monday, April 25 every Wednesday. ing Party. IMMED. 4 BR, 2B, range &
oven excel. value, DUKE LOS- FOR SALE: 16' BOAT TRAILER -
NAS Having A Wild Week TUMBO, BKR. 771 0374. Balko, double tilt. Ext. 8537or
End Dave Clark 5 8519 NAS Jax.

Hospital Weird,Wicked WorldC. HYDE PARK AREA
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J 'ever, the first Gut':off date will
not be until March 3, 194.

JAX MARINESGySgt. Loan Program

Veterans with more than 180
a
Joel 1 Ferguson days of active duty will be eligible -

FXT. 400 for VA guaranteed homeor
farm loans or VA direct
+'t home loans in areas where such
WARRANT OFFICERS GI BILL loans are authorized. They will
have 10 days until after the date

Congratulations are In order The Veterans Readjustment of their last discharge from active -

for ten Jacksonville area Marine Benefits Act of 1966 (GI Bill), service plus one year addi-
Staff NCO's who were last week which was signed into law last tional for each three month per-
selected for warrant officer. month by President Johnson,provides iod of active service to make
a of such a loan, with a maximum
permanent
Local selectees were among 1300 program
benefits to veterans who have deadline date of 20 years after
selected by a board which met
1 11L at Headquarters Marine Corps served or will serve in the U- the date of discharge.For .
this month. Jacksonville select- nited States Armed Forces since those veterans who already -
Jan. 31, 1955. of the
ees are: have been out serv-
A brIef summary of each ben- ice for a period of years, a
MAD efit follows: minimum entitlement date has

MSgt. Earl A. Johnson Education been set at ten years. VA
FATHER ENLISTS 'SON Warrant Officer Tyson Edalgo/ USN GySgt. Robert N. Boyd' guaranteed loans loans will be
than 180
(right) administers/ the oath of enlistment/ In the United States GySgt. Robert L. Montgomery Veterans with more and made at 51/2 per cent Inter-
days active duty any part
Marine Corps Reserve to his/ son, Tyson L., Junior at the Marine GySgt.GySgt. Harvey Doyle E.W.Penni Pringle ton of which occurred on or after est.In the direct loan, the new

; Air Reserve Training Detachment, here. Young Tyson SSgt. Norbert P. Nalan Feb. 1, 1955, will be eligiblefor law raises the maximum loan
j /joined/ the six-month training program of the Marine Air Reserve SSgt. Richard R. Page one month of college, voca- possible from $15,000 ,to $17,
'. ; and will leave for "Boot Camp" at the Marine Corps tional or similar education for '500. Veterans with unused 'and
4.t' Recruit Depot, Parris Island, 's. C. this month. He will return MARTD each month or fraction month unexpired WW n or Korean Con-
1 MGySgt. Ronald A. Kemp on active duty. Those taking flict entitlement will have that
to'NAS for aviation training before being released from active
full time will receive
courses
GySgt. Sisto F. Ferrari previous entitlement cancelledand
October.
duty In $100 per month if they have no will become eligible under

FICEUR dependents; $125 a month one the new law alone.
GySgt. Billy D. Caraway dependent, and $150 month with However, during the period
H more than one dependent. their cancelled entitlement would
PASS TESTS Proportional rates will be paid have been available such veteransnot
for time courses. The income -
part the
only need to pay stat-
The following, Aviation De- of the veteran will not be uary guaranty or direct loan
i tachment Marines have passed considered. Application blanks fee under the new law but they
the USAFI College and full information will be available for
Compre- may also secure loans busi-
f _, hensive Test: Pfc/s H. L. at VA offices and at ness purposes as well as for home
I Hamby, J. W. Clark, W. W. colleges and educational centers and farm purposes.
I Hetzel, J. W. Seabrooke and sometime in April, well in advance Both educational assistanceand
t r J. T Cook, of the June 1, 1966 start- loan guaranty provisions of
date.
1 4 / ing the new law will apply to those
MARINE WIVES/ The maximum period allowed
persons who remain in the serv-
will be 36 months but this may
The Marine Wives Club had be reduced by the amount of ice after two years of military

kt S ;. I their first meeting of the year educational assistance previously duty.
with their newly elected officers. received under a VA educa- Medical Care
:' '' .fiX The President, Betty Jean Bock, tional program.Since Veterans who have served aft-

." f .' outlined the plans for the new the program starts by law er January 31, 1955 will be
.. .t !'. year. The meetings are held on in June 1, 1966, there can. be eligible for admission to VA
+ .ytfi the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each no retroactive payments. Thereis hospitals on the same basis as
i "r. #" month and all Marine Wives are no deadline date to enter wartime veterans. The priorities .
PROMOTIONS'SgtMaj./. Howard Jones?right! .congratulates invited., Anyone- desiring -in- upon the educational programand are: .
I i LCpl. Lawrence R. Dean upon Dean's promotion to his new formation or transportation' to veterans will have eight years First Veterans serytc--f
: rank at Marine Barracks here last week. Other;Marines/ .being/ 'the, meetings may call the Vice from the date of their last discharge connected disabilities have top
'President, Loraine Furuseth. at from active service to priority for admission; Second,
from left Barksdale
i promoted are, Cpl. Larry Pfc. Thomas 264 2948. complete their courses. HowFUHD veterans with service connected -
i E. Fraley, LCpl. James E. Dougherty and LCpl. James L.
&....- .JiIIfi.! .a'1kI :!W disabilities but who are seeking -
i Tab!,. treatment for -some other

ailment will be admitted as beds
f
; are available; Third Veterans
without service connected disabilities -
: -. may be admitted to VA

\ hospitals if ((1)) hospitalization is

deemed necessary, ((2)) they are
al -, financially unable to defray the
I
: ) cost of hospitalization and ((3))
a ., if beds are available.
ir' % ,
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Other BenefitsThe
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,, 1- new law also makes pro-

f ; ___ visions for job counseling and
9 job placement, both of these under -
t the auspices of the Veterans,
1 i. Employment Service of the U.S.
r rr Department of Labor; and Civil
Service Preference in federal
r '; employment.A .
United States flag will be
i ri provided for use at the funer-
.. als \eteranswhohave served
RAISERS Capt. Charles T. Knight, center, Chairman after Jan. 31, 1955, and to be

i J.t., "loR....,.., =" 0 of the Aviation Det. Combined Federal Campaign, ,exhibits retained by the next of kin.
,
Veterans
M <' award fund committeemen/ from left who believe they are
campaign to CySgt. RoyJ.
eligible for of these bene-
any
f Trustworthy; loyal, helpful, friendly, Dorsett, Jr., MSgt. Dean A. Hopkins, MSgt. Loren E. Gre- fits except the educational assis-
f gerson and Sat. James W. Payne. The Marines; were commend- tance program, can write, telephone -
courteous, cheerful that's us here at ed.hr exceeding 100% In contributions. ( or visit the nearest VA
regional office which is usually
':';, in the state in which they re-

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?7 All Ranks All Ages Annapolis Applications
4t
B.H.RNETT Applications for the Naval A-

NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVXLTJSMCM 1.0WRATES ,cademy at Annapolis will be required
at Headquarters Marine

,-." .C" rcoAi. OCPOCIT INSURANCE CORPORATION EASY PA YMENT PLAN Corps soon.
Individuals who are citizensof
the U.S., who are highly mo-
US HAS
FACILITY OFFICE McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE tivated, who are between 17 and

20 years of age, who have a
Across From Afafalsfutiei II..., HAS high school diploma or enough

Buklig Hoars: AGENCY high school credits so that die
credits
necessary can be obtained -
r Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM 1 til .1:00 PM 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. at the Naval Preparatory
Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM 38876762990MayportRd. School, who have a GCT of 120
249-5649 or higher or the equivalent, who
Pkoao Extensions S272 S273 are in excellent physical con-
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HAS Jax IntramuralStandings < Fla. CommissioN Y


I And ResultsBOWLING Sets New Regs Whistling! ? r



American League On Fish ft Game The Rigging i iBy ., ,. i.

Namtd,0 Pro's, 4
Continental League Air Ops, 3 Pelicans, 1 TALLAHASSEE -. Florida's '.....' '". .
Lt. P. E. Thibodeau '
24 8 Cannon Cockers, 1 -Alley Katz,3 fresh water fishermen can look .
Airmen Masters 22 10 Spares, 4 -. Trainers, 0 forward to an increased bag limit ( The Navy Jacksonville Sailing soms. I know you' all have names ;
Mix 20 12 NCO's. Supply, 1. on panfish starting the first Club had a visiting boat at it's for them that we can't print ,', .
Druthers Spoilers '19 13 Cloak&Dag., 4 Flag Staffs; 0 of July. The Game and Fresh pier last week as Al and Roz especially when something,goes ';' 'J.
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181/2 131/2 Phantoms, 4 Marine Bks, 0 Water Fish Commission decidedto Johnson spent the week sailinga wrong but; it would help to Identify .:r ; .t
Thunderheads pizzans 18 Eagles Playboys, 1 Increase the bag limit from Cygnet borrowed from a local the boats,especially when j.
Chiefs .17 15 Mad Foxes, 3 Electrons, 1 35 to 50 at a recent meetingof friend. In 20 feet of boat, the writing about them, if YOU all r :
Torch Pots 17 15 the Commission at Homosassa English firm which builds the would get busy and think up a ;f I
\ on March 25. The new fish- Cygnet has managed to put cruis- name. ,> \ '1
+ 17 15,
Desk Jockeys :16 16 National LeagueSkyWarr"A"lNFO ing regulation will provide fora ing accomodations for four The Sail/Sun Fish Fleet Is 4

King Molarolas Pins .' ; 11 13 3 daily bag of 50 panfish, 10 friendly people. The Johnsons growing with the addition of, a '. ,: .1,
\ Lucky 7,1- Galley 1,3 bass and 15 chain pickerel except took me for a sail one after- couple of privately owned boats ',,,::1\1\
Detters 14 18 Mixers, 4 Aewron"B", 0 In Dade, Broward Collier, noon and I must say that I enjoyed here lately. Looks like we may 'f
Hard Hats Rejects Doctors, 1 and Monroe counties where the it thoroughly. have the makings of a hot class ':r.J
12 16
Galley 3 Mec-a-nicks, 1 Neptunes 3 daily limit for panfish is 70. It might behoove all NJSC competition this summer.. Ihope .;"
BB Stackers 15 ,21 CPO' 4 White, Hats, 0 W. B. Copeland, Chairman of members to take a look at the we can get some of the/local
13 19
Tipplers 11 21 Riggers, 2 Spartans, 2 the Game and Fresh, Water Fish- boat assignment board at the fish class boats out (there'cer-
Moonliters Devicers, 1 Darters, 3 Commission said "There is no clubhouse. A review of the tainly are a lot of them around)
Sky. W."S" 8 16 Chiefs 0- Cat Fives 4 reason why we should not allow club's boats and members and run a good series. "*. .
Griffins 10 22 the fishermen increased ..,
an assigned to boats was performedand :\
bag limit on panfish. The bio- just about everyone has'been Glad to see the Tlmei"Union

National League, '" '....,: Continental League logical findings,of the Commissions '- assigned to a boat either, as has finally gotten a nautical. editor '
I '
Airman, 1- Toppers, 3 fishery division prove that Boat Captain or crew.. If you'renot for the Sunday paper: Andy
CPO's "''.: 23 9 King Pins, 3 Desk Jockeys, 1 the fisherman is catching onlya happy with your assignments Anderson has been In print for .
Cat Fives 23 9 Detters, 1/2 Pizzans, 3 1/2 small percentage of the pan- see V. Comm, Caron and he'll a couple of weeks now and it -.
Rejects 22' 10 Druthers. 4 Sky Warr""B", 0 fish population and that an increased try to re-arrange things. Only looks' like he is pretty conversant -
Chiefs '" 22 10 Chiefs, 0 Mix Masters 4 bag limit will In no way ,the newest members ',were not with the boating world,
Hurricanes I 18 10 Griffins, 3 Moonliters. 1 damage the fishery resource. assigned as their qualifications
Mec-a-nicks .. '19' 13 Torch Pots 0 Spoilers: 4 Another change in the fishing were not known. If, you want
Neptunes ,'"' '16' 12 BB Stackers 3 Tipplers 1 regulations by the Commissionwas an assignment, be sure to put SALTY SEZ, Enyone ;,of yeas
Darters t "" .16 12 Molarolas, 1 Galley 3,3 to remove the 12 inch size your name up on the. board and might be cogitatin'onavoyage
NFO 18 14' limit on bass in Putnam County. outter the nearby river:' area
." Thunderheads, 4 Hard Hats 0 you'll be assigned as soon, as : :
Mixers .16 16 The size limit Was imposed several a spot opens up. For those of would do well ter consult the
SkyWarr''A" '.a ," 12 years' ago as a part of a you who would rather Free-Lance U. S. Coastal Pilot ###4 writ by
Riggers J". 16 16 GOLF study program on bass stock- it or who have your'own boats, the U. S. Dept. ,of Commerce/
Devicers 15. '17 ing in Putnam County.At a "Crew Wanted/Crew Available" I Coast and Geodetic Survey In
White Hats 15 17 American League the Homosassa meeting the board will be put up short any case the Coastal Pilot con-
Spartans 4' 12 16 Commission also established the ly. tains a wealth of information .':
.. Hdcp. Ser. for the ',*The ...,
Lucky 7 13' 19 ? general regulations speaking: of boards don't for- pertinent to any waterway,
Doctors 13 19 VP-5, 9', 6 1966-67 hunting season.for resi- get to use the sign-in/out board general information listed In "J?
Galley 1 : 11'" ::21 AP-62 0 ,0. dent game birds and animals. when you take a boat out, It's Chap. 1 Is something that every.:
.
Aewron "B" ', '.. : 5" 27' The season for deer turkey for your own protection, so that sailor should know. Chap. 2 "',
Alley Cats ,3' 25 Weapons ,,41/2. 2 quail squirrel bear and wild hog we'll know that we'd better ,start gives special navigation pro-
I .'" Hosp "A" 41/2 4 will open November 12 in the looking for you if you don't return cedures and the remaining chap-
First, Second Fourth, and Fifth by your ETR (estimatedtime ters, each dealing with a' spe-
American, ,: gu FWF 0. 0 Conservation Districts and one of return). The fish camp cific area, providethcsaUorwithinformative
..., FAW-ll 9 6 week later on November 19 in the watch and security will be checkUy necessary and use-
Cloak & Dag. ,'. 23, 5 Third District. this in the" evenings so be ful bits of information. A copy
Mad Foxes .' _. '.''' ..22. 6 VP-30 "A" *" ,' 5 ,2ComFalrJax The Commissions game mana- sure to erase 'your name when of this publication is availableat
Pro's :1, 21 11 '_,, ; 4., 4 gement division presented a pro- you come in.Looking the Air Navigation Office,Bldg.
Sparks ... 19 13 N on Florida's wildlife around at the various '712-for perusal. : "
'.. .:.',..s .ay y. j u.e. +rtcsic: \ +&'. ta" ta gress report "
ArOps ; : 161i ..12 Comm l' \ \ (." 11\ \;2 4"'. 1 relocation program. The reportindicated boats at the club I have noticed Don't forget the 'Tri-ClubRaces
Phantoms 18} .14 VP-45 7 5 a, total of 365 wild that only about fifty percent of at the Rudder Club. this "
Supply =, 15 13 ;'hI>) turkeys trapped and relocated on them have names on the tran- Sunday! See. you ,there., .... ,
Electrons 4 ':"" tl" '::' 15 13 National. l League public hunting lands. A total of
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Eagles t.17 15 Ficeur 11/2 0 31 native deer were trapped and
Trainers 17 15 VP-30 "B' 71/2. 6 relocated. In addition to the Your Teams '
679th NCO's, ,16 16 native deer, 49 white tailed I Support I
Marine Bks '14 14 Supply 2 4 deer and 43 sika deer were

Playboys .14 14 AIC Maint 7 2 obtained from out of the state. ..
Namtd 13 15 All were released at various
Alley Katz 11 17 Air Ops 2. 0 locations throughout the state.A S SAVE S
Pelicans 9 15 679th 7 ; 6 total of 345 wild hogs were
Carmon Cocks 1'10 18 : released on public hunting FRED DAVISBUICK.PONTIAC
Flag Staffs 9 23 Faetu Gold grounds. The report also indicated -
Aewron "A" 4 20 Nartu "A" 18 06 that during a recent
survey 32 of the 38 antelope
released in Florida were sight- MC TRUCKS rwr.iiiJ

Waves Vs Boy Scouts ed.In other action the Commission GttCN COVI SPRINGS

I the construction of fish-
agreed to

Game Set For TuesdayPractice eries Eustis.laboratory The laboratory near the Cityof is Complete Family

'Scouts of to provide central servicesto Camping Center
the Boy
Waves are
for the annual Wavesvs. fisheries research biologiston
Boy Scouts Softball game Is Troop 131, Technical sponsored Training by the a statewide level. The pre- A'.t..rllSII.s & Stnrko f-trCAMPTRA&I1S :
Air
getting into full swing as the long- Naval sent fisherels laboratory locatedin '

awaited date for the clash looms Center. for the will Leesburg Is not adequate to W"APACHE: ,
just around the corner. Umpires game meet the demands of increasing
The game is scheduled to take be Lt. (jg) Glenn C. Mongeon. research and the Eustis facility .
place at Enterprise Field,located a former All Navy pitcher, future
will be designed to meet \
A. W.
on the corner of Mustin Rd. at home plate, and Cdr. research needs. The site of the TRAVEL .
W. J.
and Saratoga Ave. Game timeis Bradbury and Cdr. laboratory is near Lake Eustis .

7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April Tutweiler at the bases. and located on a canal with accessto TRAILERSHitches
26. Hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts the lake.
Challenging the Jacksonville and softdrinks will be sold at The Commission receiveda ':
the game, with proceeds going delegation of fishermen 'am- REESE and
fund to buy the .
toward a tents.A cerning a proposal: that trout- Trailer Products '
EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS Scout Troop new
Boy lines be prohibited in the Clear-
donation of 25 cents will al:o tnont t Chain of Lakes. No action Ci Predicts
maY'be Celeisai Iii
tickets
be asked and was taken on the proposal.The .
obtained in advance from any final action of the Com ,1

Finish......S'5.00 of the Troop members: or mission was to set the date 10,% OFF ON AIL TRAVEL _
leaders. of 29 for the .
April next meeting. '
Uiferiisked $55.00 6 TRAILERS NOW THRU ,JUNEI

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Me Out To The
$ Ball ame," was the old ven- Near the end of exhibition stop, Ruben Amaro, will be side .
lined for three months with injuries
r erable Spring theme revived games two Associated Press
Robert Marls Is ina
and
Monday as! the nine teamNATTC writers who had been lookingover .
Softball League began its 60 the clubs since the start batting slumpbattingonly.202.Johnny
Keane's Yankees mean- .
day chase in search of a champ- of spring training had it picked
while are in 8th with a sad 1-5
this way:
ion.The Commanding Officer of record. '
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# of the NL Cleve-
Vada Pinson
yn' NATTC was on hand to let American League Detroit,
r Mv. ht. fly the first pitch and provide Baltimore Minnesota, Cleve- land Indians lead his league's bat-

appropriate opening remarks. land, New York, Chicago, Cali- ting race,having collected seven
Also on hand for the ceremonyon fornia, Washington, Kansas hits in 12 times at bat for a
Diamond Three were the nine City, and Boston. 583. Pinson had a 27 game

teams, spectators and Qiief Se- National League San Fran- hitting streak through the final
gar's NATTC OrchestrA. cisco, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Los 'game of last season.
Action on the three separate Angeles Pittsburgh, Philadel- Floyd Robinson, White Sox
diamonds was madcap with runs phia, St. Louis, Chicago, Houston outfielder, in the American
with .533. He has col-
scored aplenty opening day. and New York Mets. League
the the 1965 lecjed eight! hits in 15 trie"
Field One was scene as Both men bypassed
Team Two, (Navy Support) major league champs becauseno Robinson's average comes of t.
soundly routed team One (AOB) team has ever repeated in surprise as he has batted .300
TWO OF THE FINISHERS. .Johnson/ In NJSC ,
a Bantam 14 2.Field. the National League as a pen- or higher during three of his five
j and George Baldwin In his prlvatey.ownecBantam/ battle it Two had Team Ten, nant winner since the Milwau- years with the White Sox.
J out for the finish line In a recent Tri-Club Sailing Race. (MAD Support) winning their first kee Braves in 1957 58. Min- In the NL, Charlie Smith
of the season, as they beat nesota was skipped over in the former Met now with St. Louis
:; r r'' lax Sail Club PlacesIn Team Three (Marine AOA), American League because winter and Ken Boyer, now with the
8-4. trades bolstered Detroit and Mets after a Cardinal trade
The home plate of Diamond Baltimore. are both at .500. The Dodgersseem

Recent Sailing RaceThis Three felt 26 runs as Team With approximately six games to have found some of the
Nine (AE A) D scored eight into the season only San Francisco hitting power they need in Jim
runs, generally sufficient to holds its appointed Lafebvre who is hitting .478 with
past Sunday the Tri-Club SUN/SAIL FISH win any Softball tilt. But Team berth In the NL followed by Pitt- league leading totals of four

sailing series were held at Four (MFC) came up with 18 sburg, Philadelphia and Los Ang homers and nine runs batted in.
the Navy Jacksonville Sailing Mark Johnson -1-2 in the same contest. This was eles. First ranked Detroitis When he won last year's Rookieof
Club. The first race started Jack Might 2-1 ,_ more than enough. in second ((5-1)) behind 4th the Year award he had only
; off in the midst of the usual Bob Darnen 3 DNS" .r. i; ranked Cleveland ((4-0)). At 12 homers and a .250 average.
: afternoon calm and things were this time Kansas City and Bostonare Jim was brought up near the
: pretty slow on the first 'leg. 'OPEN (one race only) NA TTCBowling where they were predictedwith end of the season and played
i The wind began to pick up both having 0-5 records. second base for the pennant

't after that and with it the'tempoof The Mets seem a little hesi- winning Dodgers.At .

r the competition. 1. Noble Enge Windmill tant to hold up the cellar at The Races
Results of the two races were 2. Young Raven the moment and with 2 wins,
i as follows: 3. Wadsworth Bumblebee StandingsWeekly 1 loss are a game and a half Jacksonville's Peter Gregg
out of first. Houston ((2-5)) who finished 7th in the Se-

t lax Sponsors BANTAMS NATTC bowling action is right behind them with 3 bring 12 Hour Endurance
:: a found league leader MAD /# 5 and 1/2 games separating them Race crossed the line seconds
1st Ted Hanks -1- DNO from them top. after Charlie Kolb last week-
/-Control lose four points in the standings -
While baseball fan knows end to take second place in the
4 Al Johnson 2 3 when they went down to every
Meet George Baldwin 3.1 defeat administered by none its too early to tell, injuries and Golden Crown Prix.
Sunday Dan Jackson DNQ 2 other than compatriot MAD 1## 4. player slumps make the futureof ,Kolb, a Miamian and sports car
veteran, toured the Golden Crown
several teams lookverydark.In .
Chin of TRAFAC took
i The first. U Qntrot'meet GANNETS top Prix course in Porschein
J' ": '. particular, the Yankees are a new
H honors for the week Withgames
'I i at NAS Jax will be held minutes and seconds
to
having their troubles in
early
Charley Eastham
1' -.2 of 226 214 208 648 "
(for a
If Sunday, April 24, at' the NAS Bill Scronce 2-1 and the season. First string shortSports- win 'the sixth annual ;event.
: set. The following games
Drill Field located at the.corner
of ,Yorktown and Mustin. Fred Schurch -. 3.3 sets are also deserving of attention -

r The meet, sponsored by the : Peterson (AEA ## 1)) Shorts .
i i Hobby Shop, will consist of three 235 599: Sandecki, ((500 # 1)) :
!J I trophy events which include 223 590; Inkenberry, (560 # 1)) '

i stunt combat and rat racing. 585; Robinson (MAD # 1)) 224- The Jax Navy Tennis team CHALLENGE GAME:: ; .
J Elimination heats will determine BUYSAYINGS 575; Abbott (AO # 2)) 236 hosted Orlando AFB last week- ,

; j w,. the finalists in each category. 570; Chesnutt (AE Officers) end on the Mustin Road courts, -.
Personnel wishing to enter this 567; Riebling, (AO ## 1)) 553; Wil- and went on to heat them 9-0. The Waves Softball team;eager
meet can register in person at liams, (MAD # 6)) 227McKnight; SOFTBALLThe to get in all the practice they can
Special Services, Bldg. 704, (AEA # 1)) 221;Jackson ((500 # 1)) for their upcoming game with the
II' or by calling Ext 8791 from 221; and Stewart (AEA # 1)) Sax Navy Softball Team
.. 8 a.m. -' 4:30 p.m. Registration BONDSsrasawsrwsres 212. will play a double-header this Boy Scouts,,accepted a challenge
,. \, must be made. prior to Friday against Bobbins ,AFBat from the NATTC I AO "B"
I"' the meet. MAD # 5 40 12 Mackroth Field, with the first School's Class 549. 'The.game. .- '

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JIM HARSHMAN
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Raiders Open Cecil FieldInvitational Drake Wins :



Play TourneyA .1
TonightThe
kL : ; Golf TourneyCecil '
low net score of 136 posted
NAS Cecil varsity Softball Field's Fourteenth An- by Lt. "Duckie" Drake of '
team has a busy schedule lined niversary Invitational Golf Tour- the Aircraft Maintenance Depart- I
up for tonight and tomorrow nament will be held Saturday and ment, won the Cecil Field Men's
night. They will meet the local Sunday, May 7 8, at the Golf Association Annual 36-hole
Marietta Independent tonight station golf course. Tournament played this past
in a double header and the The two day event'w i be a weekend. Close behind the frontrunner
NAS Glynco nine tomorrow 36 hole medal play tourney was Lt. Jim Hall of VA-
night for another twin bill. with 18 holes being played each 44 with a 137 and Bob Dudley
rI I All games will be playedon day. A total of 128 golfers with a 139.
-I iN- "B" Circle South, with the (maximum registration), will be Lt. Drake was awarded a
first game tonight getting ,un- divided into eight flights with trophy and a $25 gift certificate -
derway at 7 p.m. Tomorrow's 16 golfers ineachfilight accord. for his first place finish
encounter will begin at 6 p."m: ; ing to handicaps. Lt.. Hall and Bob Dudley won
( LLIt This will be the first live actionof Handicaps for the tournament $15 and $10 certificates respect-
ji r I the 1966 season for the"Raid will be entered on the registration ively for second and third
ers" as they begin preparation form and must be verifiedby places.The .
for their opening game on May the entrant's home pro- low gross championshipwent
MEMPHIS BOUND. .Representing HAS Cecil in the 'Sixth 13 in the Florida/Georgia In- fesslonal.The to Lt. Hall for his 151. .
Naval/ / District Bowling Tournament that will be held at HAS terservice Conference.The individual entry fee of He had to beat out Bob Reeseof
Memphis next week orefl I to rJ); Robert Maynard, Claude Hen "Raiders" finished second $15.00 will include greens fees Weapons on the third hole
Jerlite, William//// Lemire, Lt. William Vincent, and AI Trevino. in the Southern Divisionof and admission to the refresh- of a sudden death playoff for
the Conference last season, ment and food buffet at the prize the trophy and a $15 gift
after leading until the last weekof awards on Sunday evening, May certificate. Heese was awardeu
NAS Cecil Bowlers play. Coach Bob Scruggs thinkshe 8. This fee must accompany the a $10 certificate.
has the team to better that application. Prizes will be Winners of the "Chip and
mark this season. gilt certificates from the Pro Putt" contest that was held'q ,
Scruggs has been putting the shop and will be awarded to the following tournament play were
Leave For MemphisCecil team through fielding and batting first three places in each flight. Lt. Bill Vincent of Weapons and
drills all week preparing them Awards will be presented by Chief Sell of Medical.
for the four games. Practiceis Captain S. D. Wright commandIng Receiving one golf ball, for
Field will be repre- the South Atlantic Regionals, held Monday through Thurs- officer, who is the official being closest to the pin on
sented in the Sixth Naval District which begins on May 3. The day at 5:30 p.m. on "B" host for the tourney. the tee shot on par three holes
Bowling Tournament this year Regionals winner will go to Circle South. All personnel The tournament Is open to the were Bob Reese, Joe Cimato
with five bowlers who are averaging Naval Training Center San Diego interested in trying out for the general public, and entry blanksare Joe Long, and Lt.Jim Robert
above the 180 mark. The for the All-Navy event on May 10. team should report for practiceat available at golf courses and son. .
which is being heldat that time.According. country clubs throughout the The newly elected officers for .
tourney, to Tom McGriff, North Florida area. >/67 Lt.
the
under- The l9f season are: Larry
NAS Memphis, gets team Is composed of Lt.
athletic director, the"Raiders"will Further information: may be Jennings presidents George Powers
way next Tuesday, April 26. William Vincent of Weapons, be able their the
to play on obtained by contacting vice president; and Bob .
successful in
If the team is Claude Henderlite, Robert May-
new field at liB Circle Northin Cecil Field Golf Course at Strickland secretary/treasurer. ,
competition, they nard and Al Trevino of VA-
the District ,
the latter of May. Thatis extension 243.
part Capt. S.; D. Wright station
will remain at Memphis for 44, and William Lemire of GEMD. the scheduled completion date commanding officer made the

for the installation of new presentation of awards fol-

Lake Newman RestockedA lights and rebuilding of the field. Cecil Pistol Team lowing Sunday the evening.steak. dinner heldon


a Tickets on Sale Wins Jax ShootThree -

members of the NAS BUY
At Spec. Services Cecil pistol team continued to
dominate the shooting at the
# The ticket office at Special Ser- Jacksonville Police Pistol Range SAVINGS

vices, NAS';Cecil has tickets to. as they won three more trophieslast
the following* events: week. The monthly event
prI
Exhibition game between the sponsored by the Jacksonville BONDS :
I
New York Mets and the Jack- Police Pistol Club was 30
sonville Suns onMay2, for$1.50. rounds fired with a possible I II
General admission tickets to 300 points and 30 Xs, I
Chief Bowen, team coach
all regular season games played
by the Suns are available for captured the first. place honors
50#. "Country Music Specta- with a score of 300 with 26Xs, HONDA
cular", featuring Jayne Mans- and Lt. Betts was second witha
field at the Coliseum. Prices 297 and 19Xs. Gallups took MOTORCYCLESALL
i start at $3 for the promenade; second place in the Marksman
$2.50 for box seats; and $2 for class MODELSNOTHING
general admission. All ticketsto A field of 25 participated In
! T the "Country Music Spectacular" the event which was fired with DOWN
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can be purchased the .22 caliber pistol. I
w. Glv Merchant. Green Stamps
a 500 discount rate. r !
Open Dally 8 a.m.-7 p.m. .

Jax Bowlers 1 For Memphisahan Wed/ & Sat.
Depart 8 am.6
Ard assistant special p.m.
BUCKET OF FISH. .Lt. (/fgJ) H. D. ,
services officer stocks Lake Newman at WAS Cecil Field Closed/ Sundays
with 300 bass fingerllngs. The project/ is a part of the sta.. Five Waves and five sailors and Lee Trojan. The men's
tion's ambitious The fish were provided will be departing NAS Jax this team will consist of Bob Wilkins MOTORS && CYCLES
conservation program. weekend for the Sixth Naval Dis- K.K. Marshall, Fred Poul-
b y the Department of the Interior, National Fish Hatchery, trict Bowling Tournament,slated sen, Bob Haberly and Howard 4949 Blanding Blvd.

We/aa/ Fla. for NAS Memphis. The dis- Stewart. PH 771-8244
tricts will run from April 25 -
6ND Wins Volleyball Tourney May 3cfollowed by the South

cam. Atlantic Regionals, also being Why just shop for a HOUSE when you can have a
The Sixth Naval District suc- phibious Base, Coronado, held at Memphis. San Diego
cessfully defended it's South Representing NAS Cecil on will be the site of the All-Navy FamilyTailoredHome '
Atlantic Regional volleyball the team are Dick Gardner Tournament. f.; : 0 ;
crown last week at NAS and Buck Wurster. Lt. Ben Representing the Waves will tIM, '.. 'r
Corpus Christ. Tex. The Hall, who played in the Reg- be Lcdr. Dee Barrett, Phyllis !, .. : 1
District champs, NAS Memphis ionals, was unable to make Patsch, Barb Miskec,J.A.MoynVISIT : I

along with augmented players the trip. --- t. I
from NAS Pensacola and NAS ", V
Cecil, swept through the four ; .
team tourney with an unblem
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ished 6-0 record. ., r,
They will represent the South o t j
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Atlantic Region In the All !
N"avy Tournament being played !
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this week at the Naval Am- j
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I "7. 1 Special Services Officer ... '.

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(AFPS Feature) Miracle Man of NavyLast 2 Y: ? AJ

1. How many one-hit games ''"'','.. ) ,'\, ..-,"...."..," .
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did Bob Feller pitch during his
., major league career? week, Lt. D. S. Young, erinarian and physician havingat >"
2. Who was'the National League station special services, officer, his fingertips the caloric Chevrolet
"Rookie of the Year" in 1964 and Tom McGriff, station athle- values and carbohydrate,proteinfat <:>- ." :
3. Who holds the lifetime free tic director, attended a week- vitamin, mineral and water 3 :
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throw percentage mark for the long Special Services Conferencein content of all edible and growing ; I

National Basketball Association? San Diego, Calif. Many areas Items, the signs and symp- .' ", ,.. ..
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4. In what tourney did Jack covering the operations of tons of all gastrointestinal and '.v .y. tl '" -" :
I Nicklaus make his professionalgolf special services was discussedby endocrinological fungus, dis- t ,
debut? Navy representatives from all eluding X ray and laboratory at WILSON & ,, .
5., How many years' ago did over the world,who a re associated reports before the latter are <' "
baseball great Connie Mack man with special services. released by these departments, .
age the Philadelphia Athletics Upon returning, to NAS Cecilon and be able to prescribe:; exactlythe [g B LANDINGPHONE \D
before retiring, Oct. 13, 1950 Monday of this week, Tom physical cure of all weak- :
stopped by the Public Affairs nesses known to man animals :<: '& if .. .
ANSWERS Office with the following partial and vegetation. He must be a SP11341or
job description for special serv- chef, pear mesta party planner,
.SJ1a: ( AJJTJ joj9 ices officers which he receivedat beer dispenser, barbecue expert ,,.,.:;$-d SP1-6601 ,';.ri ,t::>.j y 1
'uad0salZuV the conference: and greater.In tPV: : r ug4;:<
soq Z961; alt "I 'V short he must be the
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community organizations, mer- Interior/ WSW, extra, extra sharp

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Bonds silversmith who can turn factory air, beige & brown, WSW '
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dime a dozen awards into of RED OWENS as
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talk turkey to civilian help and or 7716601. For the Best WSW, extra nice car.
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I auto/trans., V/8, power steering; R&Hsun gold
HELD OVERt the commanding officer.He white WSW.
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must be a talent scout '...
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drink scotch with the Captain .4ei
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the librarian. He must learn to
spend like a millionaire and save eaIU
like a miser. He bails out others Yw % .
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without interest..
He must be all things to all
people a man's man, a lady's 64 IMPALA SPT. SEDAN. . . $1995
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300 bowler, 1 handicap '
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