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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1966
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VOL. 24 NO. 6 U. 5. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MAY 5, J966CONGRATlLATONS.

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SafetyVolunteers (


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The American Red Cross at _
NAS Sax is In the process of
recruiting volunteers to assist
with the summer swimming pro-
gram aboard the station.
: The aim of the program is to

water proof as many people: as _
possible by teaching children and! .
adults how to swim.' i.- -4 > .

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There have already been swim- wY.1MM'

ming fatalities in the area this 1.
year. The increasing numberof Y
water accidents each year

.H. R. Groves FAA Air Traffic Re- can be greatly reduced througha CAPT. J. R. MACKROTH, Commanding Officer, writes out a
presentatlve, presents Ann L. 'Standeven, AC2, a temporary sound "Learn To Swim Program check for his donation/ to the Navy Relief Society Drive which i
Senior Rating Ticket. Lt.. Harry A. Folkins/ of the Air Operations ," but in, order: to carry he later presented fo LtJg. C.' M. Stephens who Is a ember,
Department observed the presentation. out this program properly, vol- 01 one of the drive's commfffees. f
unteers are urgently needed to +
teach the necessary swimming


Local Wave AC Earns skills.Military personnel and their NR Fund DriveLaunched 'I' .\ .i


dependents who are interestedbut

Senior Control Ticket not Red Cross qualified will '
be given a course of Instruction. Wed.
.
k Interested can receive -
One .of'the most valuable andsignificant the 7 pan. FAA exam for a additional personnel information .1

possessions to an Air Control Tower Operators Certif cerning the program by contacting A luaehebn"held yesterday ;at the NAS lax Officers*_Qub'marked
c Controlman is the Senior Control icate. If ,any, pan of this test the American Red Cross .the: k1ck;::-..(off of the, annual; ,Navy Relief Fund Drive,held eachyear.
Tower Operators.Tlcliet issued is failed the whole,exam ,must .in cemmeration; ,of the. Battles of Coral'Sea and Midway....,
.. Field ,Director. at Ext.552 or. : ? ) : #
the Federal Aviation be re-uUa, '"'-. .. .J' + off 4
r by :' '! : X554:; ,.. A ,representative-from-"'me"Marlne.BarrackS' got the drive
Agency. *-, '/Sttndeven"yiiready: : jpossesseda )] ..r to an'early start by announcing that his unit had already reached
t .When.Ann L.; Standeven, AC2 'Rating when she reported 100>participation., .
received her Senior"'Ticket" she to NAS Jax Operationsin Rear Admiral 1L H. Caldwell
logged two firsts at NAS J ax. December of 1964, but because Capt. Walsonllstalled Commander Fleet Air lax endorsed -
Not only did she receive her of the difference of each the drive and urged every I
first senior ticket, but she also ,airfield and surrounding area one to participate in this worthy I
became the first Wave to receive she had to go through the same effort. Also speaking at the 1
As New
AFMA PresidentFive
this rating at NAS Jax. procedure.Once kick-off luncheon were Capt.J.R.
Standeven who recently made she had the Junior Rat- Mackroth, NAS lax Commanding C
second class is now qualifiedto ing it took 6 to 9, months to new officers of Chapter President for Programs; Mr. Officer, and Lt. B.A. Buscher !
operate any position in the earn the Senior Rating ticket. 40 of the Armed Forces Manage- Don Field Treasurer; and Mrs. Assistant Chairman of the drive.Lt. .
Tower and Radar Air Traffic Buscher spoke on behalf of
Florence
Ten areas were covered in the ment Association were installedin Span/Secretary.
Control Center (RATCC 17). At exam which included an oral office last Thursday nightat During this, the first spring- the drive's Chairman, Capt.R.L.
the present, however, she is assigned exam on non-radar approach con a dinner held at' the NAS lax time meeting of the group, the Watson who was unable to attend (:,I
to RATCC 17 where she trol. Officers Club.Heading members, wives, and guests, the luncheon. .
controls IFR (Instrument Flight the new slate was heard an address by both the Attending the luncheon were (
Rules) traffic by radar at high Standeven who lives In West R. L. Watson who relieved outgoing and incoming presi- the commanding officers from all ,
or low altitude. In her posi- Palm Beach, Fla.;, is on her Capt. J. R. Mackrothas dents. major commands and tenant activities t;;
tion she handles an average of second enlistment in the Navy, President Capt. of the Chapter. The AFMA hosts a monthly participating In this annual t
3600 landings per month. having reported to Jacksonville Also elected to serve with Capt. meeting at the "O" Club, feat- event. In addition to NAS t'
A lot of, time and! study goes after a tour of duty at NAS Watson were: Mr. J. J. Lever- uring a guest speaker for a dis- Sax, naval air stations at San- t I
into the preparations necessaryfor Alameda. Prior to Joining the Executive Vice Presi- cussion on the many facets of ford Glynco, and Cecil Field
the Senior Ticket. The applicant Navy she had spent three yearsin dent ence Mr. H. C. Chesley, Vice management. are also included in .the drive. ''t
must be a graduate of the Air Force as an air- ; Admiral Caldwell and other 1
AC"A" School which Standeven craft controller at McCord AFB speakers at the luncheon strongly \
attended in 1062. Then comes in Tacoma, Wash. tL9- endorsed 100 ft participation
in this the "Navy's own drive" ;
citing the purpose of the Navy
Navy Dept. Reorganization Relief Society,theworktheyhavedone
I t. II klI in the past and their plans

Became Effective May 1 1The for The the Navy future.Relief holds an annual -

lI k drive at this time of the
_
reorganization of the Command by RAdm. Edward J. d : year to raise funds to assist work. '
their
'Fahy, Electronic Systems Command IN them in continuing
Navy Department as proposed
this
from
by Secretary of the Navy, PaulH. by RAdm. Joseph E.Rice, All donations received
-
Nitzie became effective May 1. the Ordnance Systems Commandby : j: Ib. drive and from private sourcesgo
for- this cause, as
The reorganization which was RAdm. Arthur R. Gralla, the t pI+ 'rr directly
for the Systems' Command byHAdm. all salaries and administrativefees
under study past year Supply : t contributions I
will increase the authority and Herschel J. Goldberg, were insured by -
of the :
responsibility of the Chief of and the Facilities Engineering raised by friends
Naval Operations and strengthenthe Command under RAdm. Alexander Society after World War n. I
of the Navy's. C. Husband. According to the latest figures
management
:. r Ya available, the Navy Relief Society ;+
Material organization.The
support The reorganization will enable 1 listed $4.5 million in receipts -
Naval reorganization Material Command divided into the the Navy more effectively 'to # y t ., and expenditures duringa
carry out its functions of pre- specific period. Fifty-eight
six functional commands, and
paring Naval Forces for assign- ? handledby
placed them under the Chief of thousand of these cases
ment to unified and speci- the Society Involved financial
The six
Naval Operations. new
fied commanders. It will also
'
assistance of which 19.000 were
Air ,
Systems
commands are:
develop and provide ,;
manpowerand
outright grants.
Ship Systems, Supply Systems,
material resources to the I
Ordnance support Because this is Navy'sown
Electronic Systems,
Systems and Facilities Engineer- Naval Forces. ... organization, personnel are
;..
drive and
this
asked to
said in support
SecNav Nitzie a recent -
Ing.VAdm.. Galantin win conference that the insure 100% participation. The
continue as Ignatious Chief of Naval Ma- move press makes the Navy organi- NEW PRESIDENT. Capt. R. L. Watson, HAS Supply Otf/cer, Navy Relief Society operates entirely .
terial. The Air Systems Command zation "similar to but not ident- addresses the members and guests of the AFMA during cere- on donations to assist
will be headed by RAdm. ical to the structure of the Air monies that marked his Installation as President of Chapter members of the Navy and Marine
A.M. -Sbinn; the Ship Systems Force and the Army.* 40. Corps in their time of need.

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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Mar 3 WM, 1966.

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-- EDITORIAL .
Chaplains Message
) ..ne Servicp ,
LEADERSHIP -- What Is It?' It Is the art of +
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to willingly follow you. This quality is probably the 't'
of all thse necessary In the military. >* By Chaplain' / John R. Edwards, Jr.

The organization of the Armed Forces is CATHOLIC
that will follow at things backwards. It's a losing game..to
some men others for the purpose Sometlnes we go
action. Those who are followed are leaders. The Edward's Chapeland operate in reverse. Take praying for instance. Each of us is
leadership Is as vital to successful military Important to ourselves. We know what we want. Like
weapon the serviceman fires. Without it absolutely Naval Hospital children, we keep asking God for it. We ask and ask for the same
accomplished. old hope. When we don't get it, we begin to wonder what the matteris.

Regardless of his job, whether it be as MASSES ,< ..., Quite honestly, we begin to wonder what is the matter with
fleet admiral the serviceman must accept the '. 0630 God; JHe loves us then why doesn't He give us what we desire?
of developing his qualities of leadership and ..\ pSrfcaps it's time for us to ask our Father what He wants. A

Upon this ability can depend the lives of his men -, 0900 & 1100 very ,Snan) person -like you speaks to God in prayer, saying"I
of his mission. And upon the success, of his am afraid 'to say 'yes', Lord. Where will you take me. .1
the freedom of many others. v MASSES am afraid of your demands. .the world is yours and you can
Totalitarian stares have no desire to develop : take it from-me."
military personnel. It wants those who obey thru Friday 1130 Finally the very human person like you can answer: 'Lord,
those who obey from a sense of responsibility. It 0900 I am afraid of your demands,but who can resist? That your Kingdom
who lead by fear and not those who lead with a Hospital: may come, and not mine; that your will may be done and not mine;
sibility. .'- 1205 Help me to say 'yes'.tt .
If we are to win wars, if we are to see our God can work through you, but let's not approach him in reverse.
freedom of those who trust us survive we must The choice is yours. Are you willing to ask him to help you say
ourselves the true quality of leadership, that we : 'yes'.?
it and follow it willingly and posses..it ourselves 2000

arise. 0815 0845; Yes I Got A Traffic Ticket
Whatever responsibility je may have we must 1015 1045 ,
it and prepare ourselves for the greater .0615
Sunday
Without that strange free spark of leadership : Yes, two days ago I was stopped on the station in a

encouraged, no nation can.live (AFPS) uSM CLASSES 25 MISH sine when I was clocked by the station police between

Annex Building 722: 30. and 35 MPH.I .,
am have an obligation to set an example
1000 am responsible person
CAREER INFORM A
for other people. A moral obligation not to jeopardize life and/or

SERVICES property by speeding weaving, tail gating and committing other

. By James C. Ang/eo/ BMC PROTESTANT traffic offenses.I .
..
-' guess maybe I.should be a little sore at the cops for causingme
Saints
On Thursday, April 21, Ihad the pleasure of attending Chapel embarrassment and ridicule ,plus a restriction of my
by The Alford Task Force was appointed by the -- --HOly ComrmU1ion sore at anyone. It's funny, but I don't consider this an abnormal
Navy to make a study of what the Navy could do to & 1100Divine Worship attitude. 1 do consider that the policeman has done me a favor;

tention ',of, ''its personnel. Eighteen officers, one chief I had it coming to me for overlooking the obvious; it has caused me

and three white, hats, worked on.* the study for SCHOOL. to reevaluate my drivinghablts practices; it has made me aware
The completed Alford report contained over - -Chapel Annex of my responsibility to my employers my family, the community
it is easy to see that a,great deal of,time and effort Building 722 and myself.

all the problem of'retention.* I don't guarantee that I will never "goof" again, but you may
Eightytwo recommendations. .have submitted rest assured that for now and for some time to come I shall
for implementation by the, Secretary of the Navy. ----Choir: Rehearsal be very much aware of the fact that If and when I get careless witha

mendations range from education, seavey, to motor vehicle everything that happens to me Is justifiable. I
public images, and compensation. Science Service hereby resolve to watch it at all times to stay in conformity with
This column is not large enough to try to list all of aU rules of the road, to exercise courtesy and caution In order to
recommendations. However, I would like to cover MONDAY of Each Month maintain dignity of position admiration of my fellow man and
recommendations were pointed at lifting: the morale : Chapel Women's Guild community and be able, to lay down at night and sleep with the
the. prestige of the Navy Petty Officers. The Alford (Small Chapel) reassurance that I have not caused my fellow man pain or financial

the following, will increase prestige. for petty stress, through carelessness on my part in the operation of a motor
status: HOSPITAL vehicle. Yes; I' got a ticket but what is more important I alsoreceived
a. Require oral administration,,of the;petty officer --I'- 1000 a, lesson that will Improve my stature and make me abettor
form on assumption 'of petty fleer status'and: ,sub citizen. How about you?
ments.. r. '" ,
1966,1>: CECIL FIELD.: JJI
biv-Revise uniform regulations ''to make,' -

E-4 inspection only. for enlisted men applicable to pay grades PROTESTANT Investment vs InflationAt


c. Establish a billet for the "Leading Chief Practice at 7 p. m. the present time the' very word: "INFLATION" has servedto

the Navy" and "Senior Chief" billets for fleet, bring about apparent unrest In financial circles, the question has
and naval district staffs. Provide for a direct School at 9:30 p. m. arisen as to wherein lies the best source of investment income -
between enlisted personnel and the LCPO. Service at 10:30
a.m. savings accounts, stocks or bonds. A necessary corollary to the
The board also realized that many people on the first Sunday above query is what media affords the greatest accompanying

because.. of being separated from families by long month. security. Accumulation of monies in itself is an unprofitable venture
duty. Well, let's face facts We are a sea service for with the decreasing value of the dollar, which result is born of
maintain sea 'power without sailors going to sea; CATHOLIC inflation, the projected end result is to wind up with eventually less
retention task force came up with the following purchasing power than you had when you first earned the same.
to compensate personnel for the family separations: m. Mass Now
as always, there are recognized guidelines to investing
a; Provide sea to both officer and >
pay
and albeit the of this article
scope precludes Intricate analysis,
amount adequate to recognize the unique personal and and noon Mass Con. it is axiomatic that the investor must risk only so much of his
conditions that characterizes sea duty. Compensate heard before each Mass!; is
capital as not required for the minimal basic necessities of food
who spends more time at sea by increasing sea clothing shelter and Insurance.

cumulative b. years at sea. Having satisfied himself that the above prerequisites to investment -
Provide additional time for leave
liberty
,
are satisfied, It is absolutely for
overhaul necessary to set a goal
during transfer of
periods ,by certain
work to yard personnel.. yourself. Logic dictates that the goals be realistic.
Savings accounts with their attendant simplicity afford the greatest -
c. Authorize ship's company of ships which Violations
from their apparent security which at the same time allowing for an
homeport Individually to visit their
residence and /or domicile increasingly higher interest return. It is not uncommon to find
at government expense is a report of
institutions 4} 5%
paying o Interest
on accounts.
Savings accounts
time the overhaul
during
period, depending upon its accidents and traf- are inherently
more liquid than other In
investment media.
a
d. Maximize
import time for the
during periods in period May
word should
and reduce watch contingencies arise,funds may be withdrawn immediate-
and
inport duty requirements.These - - -26
are just a few of the recommendations that of accidents ly. Monies on deposit represent a sum certain that will not fluctuate
mitted and have been with t.the economy and, of course, they may be withdrawn with no
.
approved by the Secretary - ---6 accompanying difficulties.
Some will say that this survey will just be this year through
Bonds especially In view of today's high new'attrition.
like the before yields, represent a
surveys it, but some .- - -106 .
already been put Into effect. I sincerely believe that of Accidents through Additionally inasmuch as they represent a debt
owed
by the
company to the holder the risk
of the Alford board have attendant'to ownership
done a fine job toward - - 100
retention problem area. number of days since is slight. Because government bond prices do not rise in an in-
In flaation however, they'offer poor protection against the risk that
a motor vehicle
--------5 your .dollars will lose something of their purchasing power if
prices generally rise.
,
of
Violations
Municipal bonds those issued by states cities and local
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JA.X A.IFt governments, have the attendant attraction of being Immune from
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Driving Federal Income Tax. Slight risk modest yield and tax immunity
- None
paint the facorable picture for bond ownership particularly In view
a Stop Sign 5
of prospective tax increases. It is significant realize however
The JAX to ,
AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise - :35 that the
most significant
,
advantage of tax exempt bonds is reservedto
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air drivers appeared before persons in the upper income brackets.

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing omp Hearing Board at the jrXXWiership of stock represents ownership of proportionate share
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the held oil May 3." Dis 6f'-the business enterprise. Remember above all that the value

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information of the cases Included of*any particular stock varies and that it is largely this

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday : Seven lost driv- feature that should influence an individual to invest his savings

publication. News items are welcomed, for all privileges aboard In 'that 'media or alternatively in a savings account. The need for
Telephone EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162. for various periods; money is not always concurrent with a high market, and conse-

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and assigned to complete; quently if an individual Is called upon by necessity to sell his stockor
concerning such should be directed course in remedial a part thereof to meet contingencies, he may well find that the
The Holt to Sax Police. Academy; value of his stock is below the price he paid for it. Although the
Publishing
Company 3649 Utah
Philips possibilities of
a
Jacksonville Florida suspension; capital appreciation and respectable dividends
32207. 359.4040
Telephone were given warn- are attractive, the risk Is also self evident.

j dismissed; Eight Investment Is a path to security but it should be remembered
VOL. i No 6 May 5, ( Commissioner); and that there are inherent advantage and disadvantages in.every media.
Four referred cammandingof Accordingly, prior to committing oneself to one or a number of
ficers for: possible disciplinary programs, a realistic evaluation of one's current and future fin-
action. ancial status is mandatory.Pog.2 .
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1966 JAX AIR NEVIS/AFTERBURNER Page 3
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I Vietnam Why Are We Fighting There ? j




This Is the fourth In a series will be a threat to the welfareof There are 77 listed strategic r.
of articles designed to answer our own people. Those who materials. The United States is ,.
the question "Why Vietnam?" live In the emerging communityof self sufficient in only elevenof ,

nations will ignore the perilsof them. The other 66 have to r S s 4 r .
President Johnson has said, their neighbors at the risk of be imported and they are all ..
"there are great stakes In the their own future prospects. crucial to the defense of the 'f
blalance ** in Vietnam today. From our political viewpoint, United States and the free world. r .
Let's be clear about those events leave us no chdfce: but Were there to be an open
stakes. With Its great archi- to give added attention to war between the free world and ,
pelagos, Southeast Asia contains the maintenance of a strong the Communists no strategy
rich natural resources and some world leadership posture. would be more productive from
200 million people. (The approximate After more than a century their viewpoint than that of
population of the U.S.) and a half of keeping clear of fencing off this country bY'cut-
Geographically, !it has great International commitments, we ting its sea lanes. Isolated behindour
strategic importance. It dom- now find ourselves linked to shores and thousands of
inates the gateway between the many countries in treaties and miles from its forces its allies /
Pacific and Indian Oceans and pacts Involving military as- and its resources overseas"is-
flanks the Indian sub continent on sistance. We are committedto land America" would not last THESE SIXTEEN 'MEN recently completed the FA W.ll/ Radio
one side, and Australia and New come to the active aid of long as a dominant militaryor Code 'School. Top Honors,went to' M. L. Shearer, 'Stl, of the
Zealand on the other., The loss more than a billion people, most political force. Under such Shangri-La/ with a final grade of 97.3. Although the school Is
of Southeast Asia to the Communists of, whom live at least 3,000sea conditions the Communists maintained primarily for training communications personnel' of
would leaders would have direct
constitute a miles distance from our accessto
serious, shift In the balanceof shores. These people consti- more than .90%of the surfaceof attend.FAW-77, men from ships and' other'"a 1 facilities In the Jax area

power against the Interestsof tute about one-third of the the earth. This is a pos-
the free world. The loss of world's population. This (is not sibility that we cannot permitto
South Vietnam would make the including our neighbors this become a reality.
defense of the rest of South- continent, to whose defense we Neither can we avoid sharingthe SrpPOdNUVyRI.f IjJ
east Asia much more costly and are also committed nor our own problems of such' small I
difficult. population of nearly 200 mil countries as South Vietnam.In .
The stakes in South Vietnamare 1945, at the time of the
far greater than the loss of lion.Any of these commitments Japanese surrender respon-
,
one small country to communism.Its could lead to involvement of our sibility for many AFRO-ASIAN
loss would be a serious men in battle overseas. lands inhabited by millions :
setback to the cause of freedomand These points.and the following, rested in large part In the hands 14./
would greatly complicatethe are particularly significant and of five established European .
task of preventing the further should be readily apparent to powers. If there was any
spread of Asian Communism.As anyone associated with the Navy, trouble in these areas the USED CARS,
our President expressedit since they relate directly to world looked to London, Paris.
"We fight because we must our country's reed to maintaina The Hague, Brussels and Lis-
fight !if we are to live in a world strong seapower arm. bon to handle the matter. the
where every country can shapeits Unlike the Communist con- foreign policies and military
own destiny, and only in sucha trolled areas, which almost alignments of these colonies were DUVAL MOTORS
world will our own freedom be wholly occupy a single land mass determined by those same five
finally secure. This kind of world the free world to which we are governments.
will never be built by bombsor committed is scattered across Today this has changed. The BEST BUYS
bullets. Yet the Infirmities of every continent; its shores are United States has assumed a !
man are such that force must washed by every ocean on the greater part In the leadershipof
often precede reason and the map. It can marshal its strengthof the free world; in dealing SAN JUAN LOT
waste of war, the works of great 'resources, only if it canunite with over 40 new governments,in
peace. We wish this were not that strength ,of great assessing their stability and OFF ROOSEVELT
so. But we must deal with the ;resources, only if .it can unite potential their leanings in the

world as it."is, if It Is ever. to that strength. It can survive only power struggle. their Between East such and I- 1965 lMPAL"A:-, .-. : : .. . :$2288.
tbe aswe: wish. ,.cif..Its 'raw ..materials,industrial West I ahd impact on ,
There is yet another reason ind scientific' facilities man- group.enterprises I as the United I 2 dr., 'hardtop., V-8, autotrans./ R&H, power: -
why we are in Vietnam and it's power and skills are in constant Nations.J Some of these new steering. .
more profound. We know that touch through open sea lanes and nations have passed readily
Communism seeks to impose its friendly ports. from colonial rule to in- = 1965 MUSTANG. . . . .$1888
will by force of arms. But We are, in this industrial age dependence. Others like South I white, top condition.
we would be deeply mistaken to a have not nation exonomically Vietnam are still unstable and, f f
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think that this was the only for the first time in our history. torn by clashing factions.TO 1965 VW Sunroof. . . . 47388push '"'
weapon in Peking's or Hanoi's Many of the raw materials for BE CONTINUED out windows. "
arsenal. our modern production facilities

Here, as in other places in must be imported. NEXT WEEK 1964 PONT/AC .. . . ,. .$7888,. 1'/
the world
they are constantly "
speaking to restless people ." 5i+ !! hardtop, '4 dr., loaded.Including air. ,, '';' //It':
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people on the verge of revolu- tT1TI $howlngMA ,1'1":
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tion people rising to shatterold 1963 CORVETTE Stingray. . ..-.527881. .; "
V-8, 4 speed, extra sharp. i '
ways which have imprisioned 1L1i 't
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their hope people fiercelyand 771-mS I' 0"
Justly reaching for a better 1963 GALAXIE 500 Convertible./* / : .r"i$1288r.
way of life.It I == V-8, auto/trans., R&H.red. ,, f-r:
is this simple desire that has '

moved many a young Vietnamese UlI.C.L.B. s! ':(:": = 1961 COUNTRY SQUIRE. Uo' ,IU i ,:,, .', 'SRRB "
farmer to the other'side of the 9 loaded Including air. ",
t"; pass., :. ,' VV V
line, over to the Communists ,
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(ON THE B1C SCREEN IN COLOR) 2"" :"' V
and now we call him our 7111" = 't: "
enemy. \
Our task is 'to show those who MBMPrtMffe wAN 1961 DODGE.r.:,."'. . $488::,'
.t.k ..
ARENA MOOUCTION = auto/trans., ,
have remained with us that .::: ':: R&H.4l4.
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I CALIFORNIA Required; Original er., Nonresident ')nay drive a 90 days prior to expiration date. Behind The Scene
driver's license 'expires motor vehicle in California pro- Fee, $2.25; duplicate, $1.25
on driver's third birthday after vided he has a valid home state Written test, eye test, and driv
application. Renewal licenses driver's license. Persons not Ing'' test required for original AE honor class for the week Op Art has come iQtheNATTC
issued to expire on fourth birth- residing in U.S. or Puerto Rico license. For renewals, only the was class 612. R. C twood. Public Affairs Office. The accomplished
day after expiration of previous need a California license if they eye test required unless the applicant AA, of class 546 was the AE the talented artist is none other
license, unless applicant has been accept employment. Drivers has accumulated 3 or honorman. than Dee Barnes,
convicted of three or more moving under'' 21 must obtain a California more points against his record AO honor class was 601B.C. JO2.
violations within the preced- license within 10 days unless in the three year period of, his ,S. Burwell, AA, of class The modern mural, measuring
ing two years, in which event they have a valid home old license; then the written test 604-A'was the AO lx norman.r 3 1/2 by 6 feet is an eye catch
I the license may only be issued state license and obtain It "cer- is also required. Applicants who Congratulations on your great ing creation featuring splashes,
r and valid until birthday in third tificate of compliance';in Cal- surrendered a current op- job I Ij splatters, drizzles, dribbles,
year' following expiration. LIcenses ifornia. Servicemen have 60 erator's license from another t drips, and globs in a variety of
obtainable from Depart days to obtain California licenses state must take the written ******** bright colored paints.
ment of Motor Vehicles or any or a "certificate of and eye tests but are not required Truly worthy of any gallery,
branch office. Applications must compliance". Servicemen v.'ith to take the driving test.; The rock and roll combo of the masterpiece originated on a
be made In person. Fee, $3; valid California licenses at time Out of state licenses must be the NATTC Ambassadors .of blank bulletin board. White pap
i 'duplicate $1., Written exam, of entry Into the service may surrendered upon application for Rhythm made an appearance this er and paints started what turn
road sign and eyesight test, and, use such license while in servIce Colorado license. Photo in col- weekend at a fish fry held by ed out to be a never ending
'
i and absent from state and for or of applicant included on li- the Florida State Citizen Band barrage of creative administered -
original, 30 days after honorable discharge cense. Nonresident with valid Association. The fish fry was to the paper covered
to read simple English as used unless such license is.suspended home state license may operatea held at a picnic area at Mid- bulletin board. A metal file
on road signs required. For or revoked for cause. car in Colorado. However, dleburg Road in Jacksonville. folder clip Was the instrumentused
renewals, personal application Licensee must have discharge license must be obtained within Chief Segar, the bands director, to apply the paint.
l required. Photograph the or separation papers in his immediate 30 days when residence is is also the director of the Flori- Comments are coming in fast
licensee must appear on his driv possession. established or employment is ob- da State C; B. A. and furious. Quite common is
er's license. Minimum age 161 COLORADO Required: expires tained. Any nonresident on active The areas represented were: "Blaahr and "What It?" Most
instruction permit may be issued every third year on li- duty in the armed forces Oceola, St Augustine, Jacksonville viewers agree that it is trulya
to; a' person 15 and! 1/2 'or old censee's birthday; renewable and any spouse of such nonresident Lake Butler,and the beaches work of art.
.., may drive in Colorado as well as others. A worthy name must be found 1
'" with a valid out-of-state license. Several names have been suggested
: Colorado servicemen on duty out ******** but none are great enough
of state when driver's license for such a remarkable art
,. t' ." ,',.' expires are granted an exten- The winner of the AO Fishing treasure. In order to find a
.f, .' ,' .>.oi" <.. tion for a period of three yearsor Derby for April was AOC J. suitable name we are conductinga
; until ninety days after their Segar. His winning entry wasa -the-painting contest.
,, renrrn to the state of Colorado, 5 pound 3 ounce speckled trout The prizes will include a years
wmcnever event shall occur first. caught at Cedar Keys. The cat- free subscription to the Tax Air
a egory he won was edible salt News, a box of welcome aboard
water fish. Three other cate- pamphlets, a large quantity of
I gories which had no winnersare obsolete Fleet Home Town News
,. .. CONNECTICUT Required; : Speckled perch, black and Center Release forms, a choiceof
,",e'a: ; ''a;; .. valid for two years; expires on green bass and other edible six free pamphlets from the
: last day of Iicensee'sbirthmonth. fresh water fish. Carrier Information Office, and
., .. 'J '"I ,,.. ':'. Fee, $6 for two years; $5 for Chief Segar received a cash a cup of coffee seasoned to your
I ":. ', .. examination; $6 for renewal; prize. The cash prizes from taste.
',\, ,,.. .,' duplicate license, $1. Minimum the other three categories will Entries may be submitted to
(
age 16; no junior permit. Pro be placed in the annual prize the Public Affairs Office, Build-
I'" 1 visional Operator's License treasury. ing 500, Room 216, Ext. 8345.A .
V :. issued to all drivers under 21 panel of experts will judge
: : years. Nonresident's operator's ********** the entries and select the win
. : This is a smile. ; license honored on reciprocal ner.
1 basis; visitor's permit not re- ..I MMoe--
quired. Operator license must
': ." ,1 You: get: one free, ,4 .,be purchased' within 60-days' if
'residence Is '.established.: Serv- r
r with I oa nat's .'icemen.:: who were .legfcl( 'residents 1
every of Connecticut at the time tL.It
of induction, will be Issued free _
licenses while in active service r-ir
C. IT.Some :
_
and for
: one licensing period after .
discharge. Nonresident serv- .prh
I icemen stationed in state may
use valid out-of-state driver's tiI1
days you get more than,one smile. Two, maybe license.

three.. Not that we're funny people. When it comes to

tt1 raking loans; we're pretty serious. :For example, if

you' need money to pay bills...to meet personal( probe DELAWARE Required; val-

lems.;.for any worthwhile purpose, Universal 1 C.I.T is id for two years; expires on licensee's -

the place to go for quick, convenient service.: Come In licenses ,obtainable birthday. if Permanent applicant ,

,and see"ys.When you leave, you'll .be smiling too. fulfills certain qualifications.Fee l I
:
''OVER,450 OFFICES FROM COAST TO COAST $4; duplicate,$1;permanent 1
... \ license fee, $10. Written exam,
,ct .. eyesight and driving test required I J
.. .,', .' for original license.
Ii Nonresident
s." -
) FOUR CHIEFS
OF
II THE'Spanlsh
; must secure Delaware driv Navy are pictured along with
f "1 '. .LOANS TO $3000 er's license within 90 days aft- NATTC AE School 'Superintendent Cdr. W. J. Tutwiler 101-
I er establishing residence in Del lowing their' graduation from thai school recently. The men
... '"' CASH YOU on aware. Servicemen having Delaware ,will ,attend advance! phases of schooling at Reme Field, Calif.

Monthly 3t H 24 license at the time of with" their,practical experience coming on the SH3 helicopter.
Payments mos. \ mos. mos. entry into the service may drive Their ultimate assignment will be with the Spanish Naval Air
in state until 90
days'after dis- Arm; _
',.,v: $50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 charge, provided license, has not
4 I 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.9 been revoked or suspended and
100 '2644.71 2167.09' serviceman is not incapacitated. Passavanti Named NAne's'Sericellal


Credit Mt 120,accident and.fcultli(Insurant available' on' all, .loans at low 2600.50 group rates.1k DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Of The Month'
Required; good for three years
from date of issuance. Fee,
,J $3; for renewal $3; for dup NATTC's Serviceman, of the office, the transfer and receipt
licate, $.50. Photograph re- Month for'February 1966 Is An- records of AE"A" and AE"B"
,: ".' .III .I, quired.! Written and oral exams thony M. Passavanti, YN1. of ship's company and students, all
WI.' eyesight and driving test required NATTC's Aviation Electrician's the AE watch bills, and muster
"' for Mate School's Administrative and He has also worked
'. ,.:. 'T", '"- original license. Must renew Education reports. as
;' ; ; in person, also eye test office.Passavanti a coordinator for the United Fund
,.? ;t:: UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANYql ; 'mandatory at renewal time. Spe- $50 was presented witha Drive and he is the ,Carrier
''
cial tests required for applicants 'savings bond by Captain Appraisal representative for AE
.:." ''fir d ,';IH under 1$., Nonresidents Thomas B. Ellison in the Schools.
r ,.'>** ,' "** .'Irt_., tor's license honored ion. opera redp 'I '. Comm|nding Officer's office Ap- Passavanti's aggressivenessin
rU '
I .. rocal basis. If a servicemanon 21. developing new and better
3312 leach Blvd.JickseEville l. a duty station outside of the In the three years that Pas procedures for efficient office
savant
: has been assigned has been rewarded
District of Columbia was a resident to management
Fli.Phone of the District of Columbia AE School, he has shown him- with the sincerest respect of his
when his,license was issued,then self to be an outstanding petty superiors and subordinates alike.
that license is valid for an, additional officer in all respects. He has His many years of experience
398-1581 :. 6 years after date' of enthusiastically demonstrated enable him to methodically approach -
expiration if he remains In service superior knowledge of his rate, the situation confronting
outside of the District, provided and has often unselfishly spent him and provide concise, logical
that he applies each 3 year many extra,hours In the performance and readily implemented
renewal period for such exten- of his duties. plans. His consideration for

\, '''' ,. ...:.., "r', sion. ;.., v...' *.'' The numerous' responsibilities each detail is in keeping with
To be continued. Passavanti has lnclWe: all cor- the highest traditions of the U.S.

>',).r f11.1' : j4I.rq, ), ';, respondence originating in the Navy.
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pew
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PC of Month / .
Now that the baseball season Ens. Bruce B. Emory, Public 1)111?
has started, the "If Ya Ask Us" Works "Baltimore will win a.

reporter put this question to the the American John W. Frazier Aviatlbti Fire
men of HAS Cecil Field. "What league pennant
Control TechniciatFThird Class,
teams do you pick to win the Na- since theyhave has been 'selected as Fighter ,
tional and American League
pen- both Robinsons Two's "Plrfne
Squadron Sixty
nants, and who do think will
you now and the "
Captain of the Month, for the ,,
win the series?
Los Angeles month of _
April.A
Cdr. T. J. Wootten, catholic
Dodgers will | member of the "Seagoing
chaplin "I think Baltimore win the Nat- Boomerangs" since October
will win in EMORY
ional league 1963, Frazier works in the Line
the American pennant." Baltimore will take the, Division.
league, and series because of their hitting "
Frazier is the of Mr. 01
the Los An- .. t><< ', I l power over that of Los Angeles. & Mrs. Elvin Frazier son 1020 ; ...,.
geles Dodgers ." 1t. 1 also think the ,Mets will do Thurston Street', Manhattan : .
in the National ;;; ." better than tenth place this year.** Kansas. He entered the serv-

league. ice in 1963. ,
I believe the
WOOTTEN 1
Charles McNurlenSAV A-44-
Dodgers will "I like Baltimore for the American \
wiq the series. I regularly root
for the Yankees, but they just league GOLD STAR. .RAdm.: H., H. Caldwell/ Com Fair Jax, congra-
don't have it this year." pennant and the tulates Lcdr. S. H. BISck/ after presenting him a gold star In

Mike ''Russell AK3; VFP-62 Dodgers in the'National i ,. 1" 1r lieu of his third air medal./ Lcdr. Block was awarded the Cold
Supply "Cleveland will take The league. Dod--|' r Star- for missions he flew ,In support of combat operations in

the American gers will win Southeast Asia, while he was Attached to Fighter Squadron
league and 53.
the series this i
Pittsburg the !.
National.Clevelaoo ..'. came year.close They last -McHURLEH

will i ) year, and they have good pitcher
win the series in Sandy Koufax.
because they!
have better'

pitching and RUSSELL Steve Kochan, SA; Barracks -
hitting than Pittsburgh. The Indians "I think it will be between
have Sam McDowell on Cleveland and
their pitching staff." Minnesota in
Stan Snizek, AMH2; VFP- the American
62 "I like Cleveland for the league and
American Phil delphia -
league pennant I. will win the
and Pittsburghfor I National league -
the National If Cleveland -
I thinkPittsburgh t\* i wins, they KOCH AH
will f will take the series because iT
win the series they have the speed, power anda *' /
this year, as good fielding team, and their Xt I
they have the KYF62 pitching staff should hold up
"
team to it. this year. FRAZIER .


Award.
AIR FORCE COMMEND AT/OK. .Lt.Col./ 8. E. "'h ty.r, Commanding

Mtlvia Rhodes Officer of the 679th Radar Squadron! pins the Air

Force Commendation Medal on William, Ff Papenfvss, Ale.
.;, .1' 1 Papenfuss.cey.J. / this award, for his significant contributions :

Melvin: R. Rhodes, Aviation while/ ..rv/ngl-wi1th', the 619th Tactical Control Squadron
Jet Mechanic.(Jet) Second Class In Viet Ham.. He served as an Intercept control technician
has been selected as Fighter with this outfit from August, 1964 to August, 1965.
Squadron Sixty Two's "Boom- ar .a

erang month of of April.the Month," for' the NARTU News & ViewsVA741

A member of the "E" Win-
ning "Seagoing Boomerangs"*
Power Plant Shop, Rhodes has NARTUJax returned Commenting on the exercise
been with the squadron since r'r from their annual ,two' weeks, Admiral Fowler said: "OurNaval -
December 1964 Vi cruise at the Marine.Air Station, Air Reserve personnel rely
Yuma, Arizona, May 1. upon our regular naval forces
Rhodes is married to the former '
i During the training'period the for realistic training and opera-
Berthenia Jones Humphury, "
"'
squadron's twelve pilots flew 306 tions in the, latest and best anti
Ark. They have three children, .1 submarine warfare }
'techniques.
sorties. One hundred
Yevette 2, Belinda 10, and Vic- seventy-
50-50 the
# eight of which were combat training Operation exemplifies
tor 9. I\ t '- missions.The team concept which has assured
-
.< '">.,.. .., '" -', \ .1. strength and effectiveness to the
:r.a. .Ii'l ""' ,. jet attack squadron missed
.L'.... ,: ---- Naval Air Reserve throughout
... ,-:; five .
"- .. f" out of 269 Jet sorties to .Its 50 year history." '
FOURTH ANNIVERSARY. .Included In the
'>t presentations
.. : finish the training period withan
r.c.. '."f'; < mode by Lt. L. C. Zilla/ / 0/nC of the HAS Jax Navy Finance average of 98 percent maintenance .- (

:.:".' Office, during the recent "Anniversary Coffee" was a Superior availability.

Accomplishment Award to Esther T. 'Schultz. The Coffee, ..
attended by various command heads, marked HFO's fourth While on cruise the reserve :" :.\.o "
squadron consisted of 20 officer : ,
aboard the station.
,
I year and 72 enlisted personnel. ; !

::. I 1 )

.
:1i. WesconnettFlorist Ralph RIvas, ADRC of NARTU

.I Jax, was commended by the C.O.of .... ,.;," .
; NAS Ola the, Kansas for his '. ''''<'1......

:f i 1' efforts training as team.a member of. a 3M


I 'L" W. Wire Flowers The' '3M, 'group representingthe .' 1 .1 :.

.' Chief of Naval Air Reserve
itt : FREE DELIVERY Training spent two weeks in O-
1"to lathe converting the station to_ the
.; Phone771.3770 new system.
1TJ :
._. Revis. who was temporarily
103nl St. & WcsctiMtt llvd.Ltcittd attached 'to the team, receivedthe '
RHODESNEWie "Well Done" letter from #
MfWiy. brtwMi Cecil A IIASSpecial Capt. C.W. Pittman, Jr., NARTU i:4 r
C.O.
Jax
Discount To


Military Ptrsoml On All Onion Chief RAdm.of Richard Naval Air L. Reserve Fowler iRDIHG HIS A4B while '

'- Training visited NAS Key West, training In Yuma Lff/g/ ) Gary
EXCEPT WIRE'ORDERS ..\ Fla., for a first-hand look at Dillardls brl.led last minute -

Flowers Say Everything on :*'''->. the warfare helicopter antisubmarine flight details and weather
training.The
IM .h't3 conditions Pat Daniels
by
,
MOTHER'S DAY' admiral flew oo-pilot in
AZAH before
a. Naval Air Reserve helicopter leaving on a

CtMplete Stack OR All Mother's Day Flowers from South Weymore, Mass., combat training exercise.
during an exercise designated Both are members of VA.741on
dill Ilcll ill Petted Pints, Orchids' t Cersif 50-50 in honor of the Naval Air two-weeks active duty
:
'f "t ; Reserve: 50th Anniversary. training.


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__ JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER
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They Had A Ball At The Magnolia Ball I ; '''Bits & Pieces' 1|


For Women


By Marge Beauchamp

President Woodrow different line might be a long-
Former
i I Anna Jarvis and Phil- distnce call to someone speciala
Wilson have one thing in com paid weekend to the beach or
adejphis. Mother's Day.' This day a vacation, for her and Dad.
mon a special tri- What of the younger set? Maybe
on wttfth we pay
Mother was first observed Mom knows a little more thanwe
bute to
in .Philadelphia on May give her credit for knowing.
10. 1908. at the suggestion of Maybe what she says and does
Mrs. Anna Jarvis. President really is for our own good.
;qtr ; Wilson issued a proclamation Why not give her the benefitof
designating the second the doubt and thank her for
# / 4 in 1914
., + Sunday in May as Mother Day her advice or for the hundredsof
[ and directed that the national flag things she does for us.

,, be displayed on all public build- Couldn't we do the dishes with-
i -.-% r ? ings on that day."Mothering out grumbling go through an
!: ? Sunday," an old entire day without asking for
r ? ( ; English custom, was named from something? Maybe you could
the custom of the faithful attend bring her a cold glass of tea
SL ing the mother church in which or a cup of coffee when she takesa
they had .been baptized, on Mid- few minutes to rest? All of
L : TR / : Lent Sunday, and offering giftsat this takes such a little time
the alter to the Church and and effort.
0 2'4* also to their mothers as tokensof Mothers usually don't want
S3 : ; love and gratitude. It is interesting anything elaborate' ;all they real-
c to note that, in addition ly want is to be appreciated and-
to England the observance of above all LOVED!
Mother's Day has spread to many -
4 ; countries, some of which are SOCIAL BITS

Sweden, Denmark, India, China The JOWC Board had a
and Mexico. Why have a Moth- busy Monday morning at the
er's Day? Because O'Club where the 1966-67 Board
"Hey Mom, may I have 50# niminees. were guests. ;Mrs.G. .
extra this week?" "Mom, would K. Clark President, Introduced -
you mind hemming this skirt for the new secretary Mrs.J. .
me?" "Mother I'm home I" P. Doyle. Among the guests

present were: Mrs. D.- W.
r Mother always there when we Kellerman and Mrs. R. F.Weil-
need her. Mother always there and Presidential nominees;Mrs.
just for comfort or reasserance. L. F. Cooney, Mrs. 'A. L
Mother always. Segaul and Mrs. R. W. Stueb-
HAVING A BALL. .Enjoying/ the festivities at the Magnolia Ball last Saturday evening are: Mother always. But she is ben for first vice president;
((7 I to rJ) Mrs. J. ,5. 'Swope, Capt. 'S. D. Wright/ Mrs. H. B. Stott, Mrs. J. R. Uadcrath, Capt. J. S. different today than we pictureher Mrs. Leon Cohan Jr., Mrs. C. I.
'Strape, Capt. J. R. Hackroth, Hit. H. H. Caldwell RAdm. H. H. Caldwell/ and Mrs. S. D. a few decades ago a short, Stratmann and Mrs. F. V. Viola

Wright. The theme for the 15th annual charity affair was "Magnolia Ball In a Japanese Gar- heavy-set Today she, is jolly-looking slender and woman.much for second vice president;
Jen.' Mrs. J. A. Chapman Mrs. G. A.
younger than her years.' But Oglesby and Mrs. E. F.,Sienidd
today's mother is also human for' Recording Secretary Mrs.W. .
not a saint as we sometimes like J. Bobek, Mrs. R. J. Fitz-
Y. .sir!, + to picture. She has faults and simmons .and Mrs. D. W.
,recognizes.them; she wants you Medara for Corresponding Sec- .
'11. Also. to recognize them aoo know that retary; Mrs. M. P. Belyan,
she is human. She wants to be Mrs. J. G. Duncan and Mrs.L. .
PublishCRUIS6 / understood and forgiven' when she A. Herrman for Treasurer.
makes a mistake. She can be Farewell wishes were extended -
hurt by an unkind thoughtlessword to Mrs. W. D. Toole VP-7..
or act (even though she Mrs. C. J. Eadie of VP-16
may not show it); she doesn'tlike and Mrs. W, H. Reese ofVW-4.
to be neglected but ratherto extendedto
Warm welcomes were
BooksRECORD
irit be included in family activities Mrs. A. N. Fowler of VP-7
whether at home or in the Mrs. D. D. Spoon of VP-16 and
community. She tolerates much Mrs. V. Himelfck of VW-4.
LI I R.
THAT CRUISEOR 4 1
+_ and is often the scapegoat of the
Mrs. Chairman
J. G. Mather
DEPLOYMENT IN family, does more than should of Budget and Welfare, read.the
TEXT AND PICTURES r be expected of her but she doesit proposed budget. The Board
& without becauseof
; complaining approved money for the Pine-
IMMEDIATE SERVICE ONANY '{. -, c4 her deep love of her family. castle School for one scholarship

ORDER, LARGE OR ." without Home simply Mother.We is not complete Hopehaven Children's Hospital

SMALL. : tend to forget sometime Jesse B. Dupont Orthopedic
what Mother does for School for one page turner
CALL r' really and the Boys Club of Duval
us. When we are ill. she is
County. They also approveda
there until
we are well again.
359-4040 percentage, depending on the
She listens
Sr : to our good news, success of the Magnolia Ball for
bad news, newsy news, complaints -
Craft
the Red Cross Arts and
or anything else we might
program at the NAS Hospital -
have to off chests
our makeus
get to
HOLTIr Clausey Medal of Honor
feel better. It's difficultto
and
Foundation
Scholarship
realize how much Mother
m does
: Young Life Inner City.
for us or means to until
us
1 The JOWC has alreadydonatedvarious
PUBLISHING HOSTESSES. .W/ves of VP-7 officers served as hostesses we ourselves are mothers or sums to the AmericanRed
at the Magnolia Ball. The lovely ladles are: (I to rJ) Mrs. Won- until we"lose her. The latter Cross; NAS Swim Team,
COMPANY cy ,Gerwe, Mrs. Leah Wise, Mrs. Linda Liston and Mrs. Honey leaves an intense void withinus Junior League Girl Scouts

Kellerman. They volunteered as hostesses because their husbands with- her even for if we haven't We lived (campership); Pinecastle School

are,presently deployed to. 'Slgonella.l think, "I believe years. I'll may call for a partial scholarship and

Mother and give her the news." Navy Relief.

Then we realize again that
she is no longer there. Tile

l Sometimes Mom doesn't expect Park
or ask for anything, but Orange
she certainly would like a little Presbyterian
consideration at times; maybeto
a be taken out to dinner Church
movie D rr concert. She needs to
be assured of our love for Ul Mclifesk Ave.OrHe .
her Just as she assures us of
her love. Each year we makean Perk, Fiends
attempt sometimes rather
feebly to prove our love to Minister
Mother. We think of the
many
Rev.Edwin Jr.
F. Mongomcry
lovely gifts that we can buy
for her to make her happy. There
is always the endless array of SUNDAY SCHEDULE

wearing apparel; dresseshats,
gloves, lingerie. Then there 8:30a.m. Worship

Orange .I are umbrellas gifts like handbags, wallets 9:45a.m. Sunday School
; the old standby of
cosmetics and perfumes. Perhaps 11:00 a.m. Worship
l I RACES N IGHtLY |XC SUN ON ROOSEVELT )7S J ACK SON YlUt something for the hcire 600pm. Yovth FellowsMjPo .
; j i #W i W # y i' Vi would be her desire. Alonsi--"i "" .. "
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M/ X /Mf/,1, t
l !*'Mmv! M.* %.
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pago 7
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MOVIESMovies ".,. h.' T'" Club Schedules 'I T I


at the NAS Jax Theatre

will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX Dancing on Sunday Is fromJZ/o .* WAd'bct*
8:15: p.m. Monday through "0" CLUB Music this Friday 5 p.m. Tuesday the Lcxft**If
Saturday. In addition to the will be provided by Charlie Ends,'-will play for your listen
two evening shows there will King with Johnny Jelineck ing and dancing en joymenuGaine
appearing
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on on Saturday. Tuesday is night is every. Wednesday. L

Saturday, Sundays and holidays.The foreign dish night featuring gour- ORF A "Crab in the Shell" Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' Company,
Hospital Theatre will have met treats from many- lands. dinner with all the trimmings, 3649 Philips Hioy., Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. Wednesday is Fried Chicken will be.held on May 6 at 1900. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows Night for the whole family, and Entertainment will feature."Gin day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the week at 5:30 and 8p.m. Thursday is beef eaters following week unless the publisher is instructed other.
Matinees will be shownon night. ger" on the keyboard. Price wise, A check or .money order for the full cost of the ad must
will''be $3.00 per couple. For be received WITH the copy for the ad.
weekends 2 and 5 .
at CPO CLUB
p.m. Johnny Arnold reservations, call Ext. 275. -* "*
"4" will have the spotlight at HAS CECIL. DO NOT SEND CASH
Thursday May 5
,
the
Chiefs club
Entertainment this Friday. EM CLUB: Game night to- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . $2.00
NAS Do Not Disturb Saturday will
be
Day, Rod Taylor Doris. by the Kings Nights and on be night.served A special for rib steak will Peryaddihonol* line ((4 words per (line). . .>.0.50
Sunday it will be 50tf. Mel Gaden
Hospital Swamp Country provided by will be playing
Rex Allen, Carole Gilbert the Sophists Kats. Friday night.
Happy Hour will be from 5 6,
to
C. Field Die, Die My Darl- Charlie King and his band ,HYDE PARK AREA* Furn 2 PENSACOLA HOUSE FOR RENT:
ing Tallulah Bankhead, Stephanie ACEY DUCEY CLUB The guest Sunday night. Monday and are BR house, except. clean, all elec with option to buy, 4 BR, 2
Powers Tunesters will provide the dance Tuesday Happy Hour kit, water furn, no pets., $7 B, swim pool. 4 lots conv.
willbe
Friday/ May 6 music this Friday, and on 5 to 6. The guest entertainer from- month. 389 6938 ,,';1f schools & NAS Call owner
Saturday it will be the Frank 264 6884.REALESTATE. ,
NAS Dog Eat Dog Jayne Binder Combo. Mark Castle Wednesday night is Dick SWDSPECIALIZING .

Mansfield, Cameron Mitchel will appear on Sunday .( your' Widen.CPO CLUB: Friday night a IN HOMES FOR '", : FREE CONSUL;:'
Hospital Psychopath Pat- entertainment. Game night is lobster dinner for $2.25 and MILITARY PERSONNEL. Con- jlATION advice. 7 days a week.
rick Wymark, Alexander KnoxC. every Sunday and Tuesdays: steak "speciat for 1.75 will be a vient to NAS and Cecil Field. Homes for sale, $100 Down. ..
Field What's New Pussycat served. Mark Castle and Martha Nothing down to military person Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- -
Petter Sellers" Ursula An- BLUEJACKETS INN The Seeker willbe guest entertainers. nel with 2 or more) years active als.. Homesite Lots. Acreage,
dress Chantels will provide the dance Sundaynight duty. Call Page'Aspinwall, USN Investments.. WALTER T.BOWDEN -
a Smorgasbord will
Saturday, May 7 music this Thursday and on Fri- be featured. A $1.50 for adults (ret), representing, Naval Per- Reg.,.Broker USN'Retired.
NAS Never Too Late Paul day it will be the Red Coats. and GOtf for children, ((12 and sonnel for Stockton, Whatley, & 384-1376 .. .' .
Ford, Connie Stevens, Saturday the Rhythm Kings will under ). Wednesday is Davin, call 771. -, 1241 or 356- !
Hospital Do Not Disturb appear for your enjoyment and night. A baked ham for game 85 7371. 3 BR, 'REDECORATED"" HOME,

Doris Day, Rod TaylorC. the Red Coats again on Sunday. will be served. TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY $100 dwn. $50 month. ORANGE
Field Swamp Country -
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Rex Allen, Carol Gilbert dependents, Stenos, typists, key- PARK REALTY 264-24il
punch operators, bookkeepers,
Sunday, May 8 floral designers, temp assign.As ORANGE PARK- OICE AREA

,NAS Seven Women Ann 1k( lI t ORARY'you TALENT are available., 1130 TEMP-, ACL ,2B$2000, Den Under, Firepl.FHA Appraisal Hwd.: Firs.3BR,
Bankcroft Sue Lionel
(
Hospital Dog Eat Dog Et Bldg. 356-0753 total Dbl. Gar down:,, payment.Landscaped lot, $1700"""

Mansfield Cameron Mit-
Jayne chellC. 'BE YOUR OWN{ ?, BOSS I VIRGINIA E. BELL, BKR. '!:i
for Leas'Good 264-2488 3592462FOR '
Service Station
Field- PsychopathPatrick
Wymark. Alexander Knox :80)( 0 9 Eat gallonage. Large Navy follow-
write SALE BETTER THAN
Monday 9 i In ing. Call 264-2572 or :
May Tenneco Oil P.O. Box 175, new 4BR, 2B, carpet, drapes,
NAS What Delhla Levi,
Doctor's Inlet, Florida.: fenced yard, many extras. pay- .
Christopher Lee ments $131.70Mo. Central heat
Hospital Never Too Late Hey Pop SERVICE WIVES & Air. BOWEN.REAL. EST, .
Paul Ford, Connie StevensC.
Field Do Not Disturb f WORK while your husband is Realtor 384-1376
This Is MOM'S Day To Relax 'away,'play when he comes home.
Doris Day, Rod Taylor
3 AND
SELL ,
Use your office experience to RENT OR :. .2, ,
Tuesday! May, 1 10 ,:earn that extra money by working 4, BR.'2 B Homes. 'Wide selection '
NAS ;- "'Irma La. Douce Jack' yf. Stop. By For :A 'larrtl l l.l.Of a week, ,a month or longer. *. DUKE' LOSTUMBO"Bkr.:*','
Lemmon, Shirley Mac Laine i Immediate assignments for sten- 771-0374 \,
Hospital Seven Women Ann os-typists, Key punch operators,
Bankcroft, Sue LionelC. Chicken clerks, bookkeepers.Kelly FOR SALE: ,$100 DOWN,
Field Dog Eat Dog or Shrimp Girl Division 3 BR with parkay floors, 1 ) /'.
Jayne Masfield, Cameron Mit- I KELLY SERVICES Ba., Fla. Rm. 6573 Anvers
chell With French or Hush Puppies Top Pay 354-0111 Blvd. 771-1728
Wednesday, Mal 11 And Get FREE 1 pt. Of Our 531 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg. -
NAS The Nannie Betty Delicious Pototo Salad or Cole Slaw Equal Opportunity Employer Nt: EFF. APT. FURN. ..
Davis, Wendell Crieg 2 Mi. N. of NAS, 4339 TIm-
Hospital What Delhla Levi, J7:00-9.-00 FOR SALE 2 STORY, aquana Rd. All utilfurn.388-9725 '
771.7970 103rd & Standing, Open Every Day
Christopher LeeC. #BRs. 16 Mo. New. Conv. after 5:00: or weekends. .g ,,
Field Never Too Late to NAS & Cecil, Schools.

Paul Ford, Connie Stevens ::::.::::::WWWS5WDESERVED: ::: ::;:;:::::::::;:;:::;:.:.:;:.:.:.:.:.:-:::: :::::::::::::::==::::::::::: ==.:- :-:...::::: -.W:::: Central Heat & Air. 6818 Azul MGA ROADSTER and PERFECT condition.
Ct. 7719139FURN mechanical body,
Saturday Matinee: Safe At : SEATS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OH BY MAIL Heater wire wheels Michelin

Home Mickey Mantle, Roger HOUSE, ORANGE PARK, X tires, Abarth muffler,' KonI
Maris, PLUS: Chapt. 8 of 'ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MOVIES EVER MADE! 4 min. NAS, 2 BR., nice adjustable shocks,ton eau cover.,
The Monster and the Ape A/C, 354-4903 or'3889886FURN. Only one owner, one driver.
-Life Magazine Always garaged- ,$995. John
WinncrotM0KH McLeod 580S Hyde Grove Ave.
All Saints' Protestant Chapel STUDIO APT. PRIV.
needs a choir director for 6A House near NAS, A/C, one adult. EXCELLEtftfc! ; EQUITY BUY:
the Senior Choir. Anyone interested Y.y. only, very nice. 388-9886 New Dec. :1965, owner being
in this position should Hm1 transferred, ,beautiful' 3BR, 2B,
apply to Chaplain Veltman, war lf Den large kitchen, with break-
U.S. Naval Air Station (Extension LOT FOR SALE: i/2 ACRE, fast area, finished double garage,
425 or 470)) for further high & 'dry, in Ridgewood near large patio, terazzo. .floors
information. Blanding Blvd. beyond Orange throughout, FHA appraisal
Park High School. Ideal for homeor $20,350,balance $18,900 Terms
trailer, phone & elec. lines, $500' dn.. $151 per mo.' *Extras -
"What's the matter with that .r this lot has been surveyed,staked include $600 solid ,sod &
college football" player? He looks & plot recorded. Only $1500 shrubs, $200 of prepaid items.
unhappy. from owner, desirable terms Owner pay closing"" costs.
"He is. His father's always t HOMER J, CUNSTEAD 264-9446 ''Huntington area, 6820 Blanco Q.
writing him for money." 1. Call 771-2407 evenings.
General Features.tmrat' .
SINGER DIAL O MATIC
console model sewing machine, FOR SALE ELCAR HOUSE

OC1 n YN'Pt YfR rn rsACNRD PONE PROOUC1pNDAVID Zigzags, button holes, fancy designs Trailer 46X10 2BR. Good pond "
etc. Sold "new for over Boat 15 Ft. With 25 HP Ev-

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May 5,
Pegs 8
t. JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER

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,tiJ. Retired Marine Major General
: JAXMARINES Lenard B. Cresswell, whose

,. .... .. heroism and brilliant leadershipon
'
.. : Ai. Gysgt .loci. Ferguson Guadalcanal won him the Navy
'. t
,..' Cross died April 25 at the Naval
EXT100
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., .', 'J SELECTED produce 5,538 new temporary a long illness. He was 64.
: ; Aviation Detachment, officers by the end of October Born in Lexington,Mississippi
Eleven
; ; 1966., in 1901 General Cresswell
sel-
"j ected gunnery for sergeants promotion were to the Boards now in session are attended grade and high schoolsIn
select 11,700 Manes Oxford, Mississippi and
:. authorized to
E 8 by board which
grade a
,+ pay
? 4r. snyle and in 1919 from Tupelo
announced its results last Thurs- *| for staff sergeant graduated
cRn for sergeant. The Military Institute in Tupelo,
.t.ff day afternoon at Headquarters M>,6QQ., gunnery
Marine Corps.Of announcement was the first in- Mississippi.In .
those selected, two will dication of authorized quotas. June of 1924, shortly after
\ become first sergeants and nine Previously, Headquarters Ma- graduating from MississippiA
will be advanced to master ser- rine Corps had reported that & M College, now MississippiState
geant. Those selected were: "approximately 10,000" Wouldbe University he was com-
picked for staff sergeant. missioned a Marine School Lie-

First Sergeant Of the 1,312 permanent war-
rant officers selected for utenant.NEW CORPORALSTwo
Sheppell, Harry P. temporary second lieutenant last
Vantassel, Wllllam"H., year, 974 have been com- Marines were promotedto
missioned. Those still awaiting corporal and two to lance
Master Sergeant appointments will receive them corporal on April 16. Already

.... In4 May Twelve hundred of the wearing their new chevrons are
r Dunnells, Arnold M. 2,922-noncommissioned officers Corporals John F. Barczak, and
Ferguson Joel S. selected for temporary appoint- Melvin Jefferson., New Lance
&.' Griffin Russell "B" Jr. ments to second lieutenant will Corporals are Alan B. Phillips
& Hewell, Henry H. be promoted in May, 400 more and Eric D. Whitney. .

Pennlngton, Harvey E. in July and the balance in ENLISTED WIVES/ CLUB
Pringle, Doyle W. October. Of the 1.300 staff non-
e Ripley, Alfred W.. commissioned officers selectedfor The Enlisted Marine Wives
Shelkofsky, Earnest L. temporary warrant officer, had as their social meeting on
r PPHOTO Smidley, Renny R. 1,000 can expect appointmentson Monday, April 18, an earring
or about June 30, and the auction. A good time was
Two of the selectees were recently remaining 300 sometime in Aug- enjoyed by all with delicious
l, selected for warrant ust. home made refreshments.All .
AF THE MONTH. .Phlllip L. Jobe, PH3, submitted officer but in keeping with the NEW INFO DIRECTOR enlisted Marine Wives are
this"'entry to win' the* ,Fleet Air Photo/ Lot'j "Picture of the/ Commandant's policy of pro- Brigadier General Frank E. invited to these meetings on the

:, Month. contest. As the/ subject/ was portraiture, correct fgifng / / moting temporary officers in Garretson, who has been Ma- 1st and 3rd Mondays of each
month at 8 in Building 400,
Jobe used electronic' their respective enlisted pay Liaison Officer the Chief p.m.
flash rine
:: ing was very Important. 4 units to Naval Air Station. Anyone desiring -
Ai: ':2'//gfcfsn/ front for modeling/ and flllt 1 hair light, and I background grades, GySgt's. Pennington and of Naval Operations last was further information or
Pringle
were considered and
and 'of f/16. The model for the named Marine Corps Director of
light an exposure por- selected for promotion to MSgt.In Information.He transportation may call Mrs. Lo-
trait was fellow-photographer, Carlton D. Art/is/ PH1. all twenty three hundredand replaces Colonel Paul M. raine Furuseth at 2642948. A
swimming and picnic are
ninety two gunnery ser- Moriarty who has been interim pany
geants were selected for ad- Director of Information since the being planned for the future.

r I vancement. Of the total selectees detachment of Brigadier General HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONAn

| New Books at Library | 777 and the will remaining become first 1,615 sergeants master be A. H.General Adams.Garretson's Col. Moriaritywill deputy. the early subject amphibious of a newly published assaultis -

sergeants. The new Director of Infor-
One hundred from each Naval Historical Foundation
THE EMBEZZLER by Louis and the listing of group mation was' commissioned in .
averages pamphlet.The
will be promoted with date of 1941
Auchincloss. Prine of each season's February as a member of
Guy a res- scores major "Marine Amphibious
rank and and allowances effective -
pected member of the Stock league with winning and pay the first wartime officer candldate's in 1871 "
games May 1, 1966, Head ,- Landing Korea compiled -
Exchange, shocks both the social losing pitchers. Marine Corps added in > class' 'As, atroop"commander by..;Miss .Carolyn' 'A./Tyson -
quarters
r ln therPacific he -
and financial world when he is ff participated of the Historical Branch,
announcing the board
discoverd to be an embezzler.He THE BEGINNERS by'Danjacob- promotion in operations in the G-3 DivisionHeadquartersU.S.Marine .
results. All other selectees
tells his own story here, em- son. This four generation saga will be promoted as vacancies Marshall Islands, Mariannas, Corps, contains a:number -
bittered but unrepentant the of a family of South African ,occur. and at Iwo Jima. He was'tv Ice of letters from Captain
golden boy, the Wall Street wounded in combat during World McLane who
Jews opens as the first Glick- Tilton, USMC com-
manipulator, and finally the old man arrives in Johannesburg in War II and won the Navy Cross. manded the Marine detachment,
man determined to Justify him- 1900 to begin a new lie, and BONANZAWhat During the Korean War, Gen- and offers a personalized account -
self to the grandchildren he closes in the present as young has been termed "the eral Garretson was plans officerfor of the adventure.In .
will never see. Then Rex Geer, Joel Glickman awaits the birthof biggest promotion boom in Ma- an Amphibious Group through addition, the pamphlet pro-
five
his closest friend gives his his child in London. Some rine Corps history" will find campaigns. vides background information
f version of Guy's fall. And ftn- lie commanded the 9th Marine
member of the family workor more than22,000 Marines concerning events leading up to
ally Angelica, his wife, tells settle in Israel and Europe, ing new rank resulting from sport three Vietnam Regiment before in the his DaNang area of the landing a copy of the official -
the story, which puts Guy in a but their main saga unfoldsin temporary officer selection assignment report of the landing
the CNO
to In
very different light. South Africa, and their family boards already reported out, 1965., post September by Captain Tilton, and of the
OFFICIAL BASEBALL GUIDE, history is closely interwovenwith and two enlisted promotion A graduate of the General Order issued by Rear
1966 edition published by Sport the conflict torn historyof boards still in session., Washington 1940 Universityof he Admiral John Rodgers, USN,
ing News. This annual guide South Africa in ''the twentieth The latter two boards, thoseto awarded an MA( in International) was Commanding United States.Asia-

include the alphabetical} pre- century.It's select Marines for gunnery Affairs from George Washiiigton tic Squadron.
sentation of btting and
pitching
sergeant and staff sergeanthavebeen University In 1964 the same Copies of the pamphlet will
authorized more than 17,000 year he completed the National be distributed to members of the
Worth A Ride To promotions between them. War College. Naval Historical Foundation, and
.The three temporary officer General and Mrs. Garretson, maybe obtainedbynonmembersat
Green Cove Springs boards which drew from war- the former Cecily Forbes of the cost of one dollar fromthe
rant officer and staff noncom- Seattle reside in Fairfax, Vir- Naval, Historical Foundation,

To Save $ $ $ missioned officer ranks, will ginia, with their three children., Navy D. C. Department 20360. Washington,


r This Is the fifth in a series of
publications covering events of
significance to the history of the
Navy, and the first to be devoted -
to an event of particular
significance to the Marine Corps.
The Naval Historical Foundation -
Is a nonprofit organization
which works to stimulate and fur-
ther Interest in American Naval
and Merchant sea and air'power.
It was founded in 1926. Membership -
/oci F : .USN RET Su sWEPROMISETO and general informationcan
xr P be. obtained from the above
BEAT ALL SALE address.CanYou.
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PRICES IN ANY NEWSPAPERiNKLA.ORGA.'BRiNGtiHilSAD ,
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MAKERS PROVE IT!

TAKE YOUR CAR
WITH YOU ?
CLAYTON REVELS For rinaiciiH, aid |,, linlCf
r PROMOTION TIME LtCol. L. E. Loveffe, Commanding Of. Stateside and Oivrsrnj. ( all//
fleer of the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment presents DYER M. BURR
promotion warrants to (left to ) /
right Cpl. Robert J. Mofn/ero; GOVElmISTIPI.C"Cr; ;\
I LCpl. Roger T. Smith; Cpl. Allen D. Gilbert/ ; Cpl./ George T. FINANCE l'Onpo, ,\lION
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLAPHQNE Tucker; LCpl. Philip L. Barlett and Col.' W. L. Hyman pro. OtldINTERN110SAl
moting them to their present ranks. All stated that they are INSURANCE SERVICE

. JAX 246-6SSS OR 264.2471 .looking, forward to their next promotion and long careers in COMPNYS6JS
the Corps. Tlmuquono Rd. 77J.Q527

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JM y 5, 1966 AIR HEWS/AFTERBURNER P...9 _,_


j./IJ\\ Whistling Jax Waves Capture 2ml Place;'-': '_ '




L The RiggingBy Miskec Goes To :Regional :;" 1T IL..


Lt. P. E. Thtbodeou -1fI/f.' .
When the falling of pins had place berth in the team stand series to put the ChaHeston :'

The Navy Jacksonville Sailing but to delay is only asking fortrouble. finally ceased at the NAS ings.The Waves in third place and a final ,<.'',
Club's racing sailors havebeen Much has been pub Memphis bowling lanes last team Lcdr. Dee Barret, total of 13,617. TfThis
really busy the past few weeks lished on this lately in the week, and the final figures tab- J. A. Moynahan. P.A.Patsch, was the first time in .
and from the looks of things, various boating magaz1 .'Take ulated, the NAS Jax Waves team Barb Miskec,' and Lee Trojan- recent years' that Jacksonville ."- ,
the pace is rot going to let up heed It may save your' llfel t had won themselves a second had come from a third place Waves had brought home.'a team .
until at least well Into.June. 1'"' position on,the first day to finish trophy from a district t Uma- "
are scheduled for the 8th, whithin 19ptes of the Women's ment. NAS Pensacola, however,
Races rreV l&H&r& .,, > AT '
22nd, and 29th of May, the 29th } Division leaders N AS Pensaex>la. usually fields a strong teem and
of May being the sail off .r It was a team effprt that helped have captured first placefcenors' ...,
competition for the Spring Tri- the NAS Waves;iltrtilnate the previously for several years. SPIn
first' '' laCB,000r1eaton the individual boors, .
Series. The Mug Race Is ;
Club '
for June 4th.This 40 team, but it still fell short ,'of Barb Miskec of NAS jig*,tookfirst' "':,. .
set hsmse: place with a ,total 01.3178 '"
mile race, from Palatka to the the Pensacola 'poWflr:- .
Rudder Club in Orange Park, is Jax Waves sUge4:two: '900 pins. Miskec who won tot*'1965 ,
AU Navy competitloaf rolled
-
a race that many of the Note of the Cruising Sail .
In the tourp&ment
600 series
sailing buffs look The latest supplement St. Augustine To Sponsor : .t to.add a another trophy fc'. her ,
participating in every year. U. S. Coastal Pilot 4 has ; : collection. Miskec remained in
next weekend is the changes concerning the Memphis for the Regional Tournament -

the Annual Greater of operation of draw""' Annual Fishing Tourney which began yesterday.jjjje .
Sailing Championships Many bridges: : will '? :final standings of the four
usually includes the Florida be attended at night and many teWs the Naval
>entered in Sixth
St. Augustine, Florida---The at fine prizes, since they will
Bantam not required to to boats "
Rhodes
open District Women's Divisio there: :
for the "Local"category.
be
also eligible
perfect fishing and one of
Tri-Qub heavy auto traffichours. spot
No summer
the best fishing tournamentsto "Visitors" are defined NAS Pensacola,13.924;NAS lax
scheduled so this will your cruises accordingly.
be found! anywhere will be as' those persons not\residing 13,906'NAS; Charleston-13.617;
breather.The SEZ See'n the : .
as
a : and NAS !Memphis, .13350.
Rebel Class 'as quite a few new offered, again this summer, to In the St.Johns,Flagler,; *
for 11-14 July at swabbies and:! since fishing enthusiasts visiting St. Putnam, Clay or Duval Counties.As a
planned I In&vidual
Miskec in the
Behind
added feature 'of thisyear
and St. an
Augustine Johns County,
Texas. Anyone' want to radn of dinghys an' other ,
Florida. the Ancient Qty Game results were:;. Armstrong of
our old bucket a try? 13 boxes is run accordin' Fish Association is.sponsoringa Charleston with _'308; LaJleur
August are the dates for NAYRU Rules, a copy of The tournament sponsored Children's Fishing Tournament of Charlestonwith2978{ ; and Carr
year's International Rhodes NAYRU Racing Rules has annually from May 1st through for youngsters under 16 years'of of Pensacola, 2893, ,A roll.-off
tam Regatta,,I to be held put out at the NJSC club- Labor Day by the Ancient City was held between Johnson of
Rochester Yacht Club, fer ye ter study. In Game Fish Association and the age.Offshore fishing spots are Memphis and ClarkofPMeacola
ter, New York. )''e'n find:! a book of St. Augustine and St.Johns County noted by a buoy marker system who tied for fifth with 2.fI6 total
An O'Day Day Sailer on protests ter help Chamber,. of Commerce, lists 14 which is placed and:! maintained pins. dark won the roll'-off.'
Fleet No. 47 has been understand what the rulebook categories this year., They include by the Ancient City Game Regionals which began.yes
here in Jacksonville. Tain't like the old days tarpon, sailfish, .kingfish Fish Association. The buoys, terday will run, through tomorrow -
6 or 7 of these boats Tm told ye kin win races .dolphin, red bass, trout, of the pendulum: type,;,consist with the winners this '
area, including the one at knowln the rules black bass, barracuda, cobia, of an eight foot styrofoam flag- tournament continuing on to San ''I:
and they would sure make forget the races Sunday amberJack, bonito, whiting, pole dUties in St. Augustineand Diego to compete in the All-
racing class ;'if you the Navy Jacksonville Sail flounder and red snappei, :! St. Johns County, write: Navy Tournament. .!'
them all together. The Club, see you there . with first prize awards in the Chamber of Commerce 10 For the results of the,Men'sDivision
Captain's name and phone 1966)A "Local" division. In addition, Castillo ,Drive, St. Augustine, see the story on Page 11.
are posted at the .visitors will get a further'crack Florida 32084. 'i...
Norman -- --
In talking to
-..,
down at Graham's the ;U'"
day, I found out that they : ',
sold 3 O'Day Mariners f : :, HAVE FUN ON.. YOUR VACATION; L I ,
This boat., 1 is based on the "tr It, 4 .I\ no,_. M".Y: :
19; hull but. 'has a. cuddy; .' <': ; : : let Us Y.Wltll A ; { "'
bunks, etc. This might) be ''#: Help -
possibility for a class. 't'f :
Mr. Brown informed me :i ,
there are approximately CREDIT UNION LOAN!', > }

Sail/Sun Fish type boats
I .
Jacksonville area. So .
are they all on race days? .
to me like the local ", r -

sailing program could ;,. aa; t tn
'
little boosting in the ; T\,
publicity, etc. t ( (t'
,
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For any stink potters J,
.
may read this column, p :'. :;:; .a; 7 7t1
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Coast Guard Regulations .' .P. ..y d
cerning the adequate ., :.: rM
of engine and fuel spaces on / OF SUMMER Pret .A' ..
boats Is in effect. It now Los Vegas miss, Shirley :
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extend the, deadline :
corporation of venting Brings the first summer ; .
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personnel in the Jacksonville many military .students in the : ',;;' 'A. :
will be happyto Jacksonville area. ..'z. -
area
learn that the now defunct The old track layout, or pike, Y/ L__
Sax Navy ,Model, Railroad dub as.Model Railroads affectionately .
is In the process,I of being reformed call it, Is now available for the :' ,.. ;;
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new '
as the Navy lax Model use and enjoyment 'of the
Railroad Club. club. This pike consists of ,
The NAS Jax Hobby Shop approximately one thousand feet "
will sponsor the new dub and of track. over one mile of wiringto -
plans to hold the first organizational 'control the many switches,sidings -
meeting Friday, May 6 and lights, and is made up -' ., .,
at 7:30 of many mainlines, turntables,
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p.m.Contrary

to the thoughts of etc.The first meeting of the duli.. :lJax NOli} t t,

many Model Railroading is to be held topside of Bldg. '898 + q lt
not hllds'play.. The average will be conducted by the NAS
age of the Model Railroader Hobby Shop. All meetings there .1.1c
in the U. S. today is 34, and he after will be under the directionof c
is very proud to claim within club officers. The time and CAWDIre4t/ioN
the ranks some one hundred day of the meetings will be 1 4.
thousand business and profes- established by the club and V- "

sional executives. later date.... : .
announced at a i .
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futher Information con- ...t ,. .
Membership in the club will cerning For the club, interested per- Tel 384-4121. or BaseExt,' 8507 4&;. a} Te'*PO 1.3211Ext," 205

be open personnel to all military and their or dep retired sonnel are asked to contact Hours: M n.-F,'. 9:30-4:30 Hours< : Mon,,,,fri. >'30.3:00JAX
Shultz at Ext.
either Lt-jft( )
endents. A special category is

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America's greatest past-time "armchair experts" and suggest BOWLING
probably has more "armchair that any comments or pre- From Cecil National League American League'. .;
,. experts" among its followers dictions be addressed to "Mid- y.
.
". than any other sport. Generallythey Stream", c/o Jax Air News, Jacksonville Navy "Fliers" Ficeur cpo's 29 11 Admin 4 0
are divided into two main Box 2. defeated the Cecil Field Rejects 28 12 Hosp. 3 1,
categories.First Looking ArounJElsewhwere "Raiders" in a double header Hurricanes 23 13 VP-5 2 ,1
there is the dedicated in the leagues the Mackroth Field last NFO 25. 15 VP-30. 2 1..": .
played on
one-team man who can recite Dodgers and the Giants are tied Friday by scores of '17-8 and 'NARTU 24 r16 Marine Guard 2 2.
the complete roster of his heroes for second place, both being a 5-2. 24 16 AFEES 1 .,1' 2
Refers
give you the team half game behind the NL Pirates.LA Big John Littleton opened for 23 17 VP-45 1 ,2
history, and comes equipped withan seems to have discov- the Fliers and allowed only one NeptSwss 20 16 679th AF 1 : 2
astounding array of figures ered that the bat can also bea scratch hit in the five Inningsof White Hats 22 18 Faetu 1" ..3,,
that includes ERA HR, RIB, mighty weapon, when wielded labor. Darters 18 18 FAW 11 0 3 ':

I' 11.' Slug. Pet., BB, AB, and BA, against one's opponents. As longas Lou Rada (VP-30)), Frank Sky War."A" 18 19' 21 18 :, VP-7 0 I "0. ,,,.of." '.
to name a few.Intermingled. the "Big Arm" and the and Cliff Devicers ,"
Hicks (VP 5)) Ormsby
with, and sometimes "Great Warrior" hold up they Lucky 7 17 ,19 .,J.
for
I standing alone, is the individual should bring favorable odds in fax(VW-4)with) were two hits the apiece.big guns Hicks Spartans 17' 19 ,.. National League */,

who has not stopped any circle. Mixers 17 23-r '." 2 ,
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dealt the big blow with a bases A/C Maint ,0
23
with but has mastered Yankee fans should Doctors 17 ,
: one team Die-hard Comm 2 0
loaded triple In the second inning ,
j all the facets ( and there are follow these Instructions when and wound up with sixRBIs Galley 1 15 25 VAP 62 .3 1
J many ) of every team in both checking on the daily standings for,the Mec-A-NIcks 20 16 CFJ 2 1
major leagues. This walking off their team: 1)) find the A- In the second game.game, the Raid- Aewron "B" 5 35 O&R 2, 1

univac of baseball statistics tosses -. merican League listing; 2)) start ers' tightened up and kept Alley Cats 3 33"Continental Nanu 2 1 "
aside sentiment for his fav- from the bottom and read
11 up; the outcome in reach but were Supply 2 2
orite squad and predicts; the: 3)) after Kansas City, the next out distanced by the Flier League' VW-4 >. 1 rL*', 2 -
league winner. ;, line should bring success. But bombers again, this time led Mix-Masters 27 13 Weapons 0' 2
r.. One such individual recentlypredicted success has not been the by- who Pizzans 26.5 13.5 0- 3
by Fred Klomann (Hospital) Martd ;
a the outcome of the word of the Yankees. With 4 Airmen 26 14 "
had two hits during a short ,. .. Disp. O. 3
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1966 pennant races. Accordingto wins and 12 losses they are : Spoilers 24
time In the l
of first. And game Druthers 23 17
his statlstlcsan'Onewhowlshes 9.5 out
games Friday May 6, the Fliers .. 28
April
to attend the World Series it's a long climb even for the Chiefs 23 17
will take on a Jay's Shell
strong
this should their Yanks. Thunderheads 21
games year buy pennant-winning "
tickets at Pittsburg Cleve- .Suns Mets Station team of the Jacksonville Desk Jockeys 21 19 Supply, 1- Comm, 10 '
vs. Commercial League starting at
land. After checking the latest Torch Pots 20 20 Nanu, 10 VW-4, 7 ,
: standings ( those available In The game may have only gone 7 p.m. on Mackroth Field. Molarolas 16 16 O & R, 12 Weapons,2
time to write this ) only Pitts six innings, but any Suns fan The Fliers are taking better Galley 3 18 18 CFJ, 12 MARTD 10 '
and could
: burg Is fulfilling his prophecy, who paid the admission to the shape with every outing Toppers 19 21 Medics, 5 VAP 62,16 .
do better with more cheering. ,
not that Cleveland Is far behind. Mets Suns game got their BB Stackers 18 22 '
i The'Pirates with a 11-5 record money's worth. The game was Come out and take pan. King Pins 16 20 May 2

L' have the NL lead, while the Indians called on account of rain leav- Detters 17.5 22.5 VP 30, 15 FAW11, 4
&p' fell a half a game behind ing the Mets a little redfacedat Patron Seven Hard Hats 17 23 Admin, 19 VP 45,4

,. a super-charged Baltimore losing a no-hitter 20. Who Tipplers 17 23 Marine Guard, 7 679th, 8
,: team. else but the "amazin Mets" Wins HAFesketlrell Sky War "B" 12 20 Faetu, 4 Hasp, 12
Undaunted by this, he further could manage quite a fete. Griffins 12 24

predicted that near the end of The Mets have parented a"go- Title Moonliters 13 27 GOLFAmerican
f.\\ the season there won't be the go" club in the Jackson-
Nations I
I ] slightest doubt as to the win- ville Suns. After last year's : League '"

'. ners ( Cleveland and Pittsburg, dismal record it should delight The NAF Sigonella, Sicily Intramural Riggers Darters, 1 : League. ,:, .
a't that Is ); ,they'll be that far many a Suns fan to find that the Basketball League Devicers, 3 Cat 5's 1 ''':

t out in front. home team is in first place.At came to a close on the 10th Hurricanes, 4 Neptunes, 0' FAW 11 5 l' f :: .
.. Being a firm believer in the 9 and 2 they lead the International of April with a fine showing by Mec A Nicks, 1 White Hats,3 Hosp HA" 5.5 ...1.5 .

"never count anyone out" League by 1.5games. Patron Seven's teams. VP-7 CPO's, 3 Spartans, 1 Pelicans 4' 1 ,
theory and a member of the first Coaching seems to have made personnel, with energy to spare, Mixers,.0 Doctors, 4 VP-5 4 2 I'. .
category, I'd prefer not to make quite .a difference in their performance entered the league with a determination Alley Cats, 0'- Rejects..4 VP 30 "A" 4' "' 21" '

+,j any definite statements. (It also : as under Solly Hemus to come, out on top Chiefs 0 NFOF4 'UtSky Weapons *e-- 3.5 a,'l.5tl"',
saves face when predictions (and player-assistantGaryKolb), and when the season ended threeof War "A", 3 GaUey1, lr: I VAP 62 1.5 1.5 '

don't come true.) However, for the Suns show an unbeatable out- the four top standings were Lucky 7, 4 Aewron "B". 0 Faetu Blue .. .2 4" "w
the Improvement of this column, field, strong slugging and good Continental FWF 5.5 1.5
I welcome the opinions of fellow pitching. held.Three League Comm 1 6' :' I
teams entered the BB Stackers, 1 GalleyJ3, 3.
league from Patron Seven, AnOfficers' Molarolas, 2 Hard Hats, 2

L team and a flight crew Chiefs, 3 Moonliters 1 ..National
team which while League
strained by
Griffins 2 Spoilers: 2
"
t very heavy operational com- Torch Pots 0 Tipplers 4
mittments, nevertheless finishedin Detters, 2 Sky War "B", 2 679th 5 0
style. The Officer's team Mix Masters, 3 Druthers', 1 VP 30 "B" 4.5 5'
1 finished third with a 10 win 4 Thunderheads 1 Toppers, 3 Manu "B"1 ;'",

loss record. The flight crew Aiemen, 1 Desk Jockeys, 3 Manu "A' : 3.5,1'' 1.5 :: ';
team finished fourth with 7 .,
: \ a King Pins, 0 Pizzans, 4 Hosp uB" 3.5' ;:1.5AC.Maint ;
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win 7 loss record. : '
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3 '
4 ;,11:
N i 1 w The "Ground rounders" a NOTE : Results of the Darters ,...l.r 2:".- .,
team composed of non flight '
American League were not avail- Ficeur 1'15.: 4.5
crew personnel made the best able at press time, thereforethe Supply',' 1." 5 : ,.'
showing. With their outstanding standings will remain the Air 5 4.5 '
\I teamwork they captured first same as last week.Teams Faetu Gold 5 5.5
place in the league. The"ground
u Pounders" composed of Lenz,

SN; Malone, AE3; Muller AE3;
; Tosch, AA; CooperAO3Hamil;
As
t I IL Prepare Deadline
ton. PN3: ; Kathmell, ADRAN;

.. Pick, AZ3; Truitt AMS3; Maguire -

AX AN, had a final record Nears In Track &Field
\ Meet
L L 'i of 12 wins and ohly 2 los-

ses. ., Marine' must be turned into the Athletic -
"C'MON BABE, C'MON BABESW/NG/r/ / was the chant heard In the...,deciding game, the Barracks personnelare Director's Office at
often out In the field when the Waves went to bat against the out, practicing every nightto
"Ground Pounders" played
oft their least five days prior to the
insure
a repeat victoryas
>,1 Boy Scouts in last week's benefit joftball/ game. the VP ,- 7 flight 'crew team winners of the NAS Jax Track meet.

z':,t 1 and were faced with a ,heavy & Field Meet. The 1.rlneswon' The Intramural Track&Field
,' load as three of their start last year's meet with Meet will be comprised of
i.t. \ ing players had injuries. 24 1/2 points, followed by VP-30 ten events: 100 yard dash; 220

-iii From the start of the game, with,22.Th yard dash; 440 yard dash;

:, VISITCLAUDE it was evident that,the "Ground Meet is scheduled for 880 yard run; one mile run;

,, Pounders" were out to win Wednesday, May 18th, and the running high jump; runningbroad
,t the game and clinch their champ NAS Jax Athletic Director jump; pole vault; shot put and r

ionship. At the final gun, 4 encourages all units to get sprint medley relays. Alleventtswill
of the starters had amassed theirs entries in soon. Info be governed by National Def-
NOLAN 14 points or better, ,and:\ the on can be obtained from eratlon and Alliance Rules except -

r, "Ground Pounders" again added Tirank f McCafferty at Ext. 585. for certain modifications.
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another team to their win *,',
!!1 column *& All military personnel; who Scoring will be for four places
:
have., been on active duty for used in all events. First place ,
90 days or more, and who through fourth will be awarded i
ORGANIZATIONAL. MEETING/ belong to units participating In points of 5, 3, 2,1 respectively. I
the NAS Composite Fund are Trophies will be awarded to the

An organizational meeting for eligible to enter. champion and runner up team
the Intramural Swim Meet with the first and second place
Is slated for May 11' at the NAS The. number of participants to winners in all events receiving ;
Gym, Bldg. 3. The meeting will represent a unit is limitedto individual trophies.
get underway at 9:30 a.m. Those 22 persons with an un-
interested in competing in the limited number to be enteredin Personnel who wish to participate ':
May 31st meet at the Indoor the individual event and in this meet may obtain
Pool are urged to attend. four in the relay. Rosters practice gear in Bldg. 563. ,


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WH MOM HHM_ JAk AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER PogeJI


Wins VB Tourney- Entries Closing va 1,.


Gardner To Play In For CF T air..,


At press time, 80 entries
National had been received'' and more
AAU #
EventThe are expected for the Cecil Field M
Fourteenth Anniversary Invitational '
Golf Tournament that
Air Force Is the 1966 will be held Saturday and Sun-
Interservice Volleyball ChampIon day, May 7-8 at the station
completing the two day Golf course.
tournament that was held at The two day event will be a t
Quantico, Va., undefeated.The 36 hole medal play tourney .1ui-
airmen had control with 18 holes being played I 1I ,
throughout the tournament, sas each day. A total of 128 golfers
shutting out both opponents In off (minimum registration), will
not only match,but game play last be divided into eight flights,with
week, finishing with a 4 0 G > 16 golfers in each flight according )
record. to handicaps.
Against the Marines, the Air t
Handicaps for the tournamentwill .,..
Force won the first game 15-6, be entered on the registration -" r
dropped the second game 9 15, form and must be verified ,. V
then clinched the match with by the entrant's home pro- _,.R

15-Sand 15 3 wins. fessional.The THE OUTDOOR LIFE. .,Lt. D. 's. Young, special services
Against the Navy, they copped individual entry fee of officer, and Tom McGucklnequipment manager, discuss.'details ,
the first two games 15-9 and $ 15.00 will include fees '
greens // on one of two new purchased BY
camper special services
4
15 6, lost the third tilt 815 S. and admission to the refreshment
and closed the sailors out and food buffet at the prize at Cecil Field These two campers brings the fleet to a total ':
15 13. awards on Sunday evening, May of thirteen that are available 'for1' personnel stationed HAS s "
The Marines and Navy ended 8. This fee must accompany the Cecil to check,out for camping fr/ps., ;f-:: .
the regulation slate tied and hadto application. : <
play off for second place. The :
Navy won the play off match Gardnerthat CF Fhriskts 2ndIN ." I
3-2. They took the first game I

15 5, dropped the second will play in the National AAU 6ND .p
11 5; won the third 15 7, Tournament next week.Dick's Bowling SAVE :
dropped the fourth 13 15, 'effort began the first
and then captured the final of this volleyball season with NAS Cecil bowlers went into ," ,
158. daily practice, and matches on the final day's action in the Sixth
Representing NAS Cecil In the the weekends throughout the state Naval District bowling tourna- as much as
!
,A
Inter service Tournament has of Florida. ment, leading Pensacola by 137
Dick Gardner. He had been. He was selected to play with pins, and NAS Memphis by 182.
selected as one of twelve play- the Sixth Naval District Champs The "Raiders" of managed '" $
ers to represent the Armed in the South Atlantic Regionals to hold 'off Pensacola, but Memphis ,
Forces in the National AAU Corpus Christ, Tex. From there rolled on by them and took 15$20$30or I ": 1.
tournament that will be played he traveled to the All Navy the tourney championship by 117 '

next week at Grand Rapids, finals at Coronado, Calif., as a pins.Memphis / .
Mich. member of the SoLant team;They finished with an 18 '
"The season has been long, were successful ,in the All Navy game' total wood of 16,463 toCecil's more on 'i<;

the effort tiresome, but the reward tourney and Dick found himself 16,346.
is worth it," so says Dick enroute Quantico, Va., for the NAS Cecil, NAS Jax,and .om- auto insurance ?*'
Gardner, a member of the 1966Cecil Interservice .Championships. Fairjax placed one man 'eachon
Field"Raiders" volleyballteam. Even though his team finished the team that will representthe
The reward that Dick' second best .In this tourney, Sixth Naval District In
was talking about is his selectionto Dick's play was good enough to 'the South Atlantic Regional tourney at GEICO.'s: Jacksonville' Offici ::,"
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the All Armed Forces Team earn him a\\l berth ,on the AU "I't'Z 1
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I NAS Cecil intramural Wrapup Cedar HillsatWILSON& .:t


Monday, April 25 Admin 8; Supply 2 GOLF STANDINGS/

Weapons 5 Admin -2 '.,I .\..
; as .
Admin walked over Supply
Weapons took Admin in their they scored eight runs on seven Team. ,..... Won 'Lost -o '
first game of the season. The hits, with two of the runs comingon -
winning pitcher was Gravinese, homeruns. Admin's big inning VA :- 44$' ":., 7 0
and Hunter was charged with the was in the second when they Blackbirds ,.. 5.5 2.5 .t
loss. The only earned run for scored five runs. The winning Gophers :: 4 2'
Weapons was scored by Zeoli pitcher was Bob Hunter, who Bmrs: VF62" 5 3,
on a home run. allowed two scratch singles and A-44 Gold 4'" 3
VC4-75; VF77. 13 struckout ten in the five inningshe 300C VF62 3 4
worked. Jim Lee hurled the VFP 62' 1 3
VC 4 scored nine runs in the last two innings for Admin, giv- VA72 EM 3 5
fifth Inning to come from behindto ing up one hit and::! striking out VF-174 1.5 5.5
win this one. The'Red Rippers' two. French, was the loosing : BLAND INGPHOHE :'
of .VF 11, had their big hurler for the Supply Nine.! ome- tRHRft. .
inning in the first, when they runs were hit by Dunlap and .,
scored seven runs Winning Doggett of Admin. Van Vurenof Team Won Lost M SP14341orSPT6601 { dg4xF
pitcher was Hauck. Home runs Adml had two hits in two
were hit by Sweeney,Comme and trips to the plate. Weps. #1# 1'' .,, ;. 8.5 .5 are .
Smith all of VF 11. Intramural 'Softball Standings AMD 11# .r'' 7.5 1.5 I :
Tuesday, April 26YA44. NAMTG p 7' 2
Team Won Lost 5.5 3.5
7; VF774-3 Ops.Admin *5 4 66 CORVAIR COUPE . . .57895
Winning pitcher Freddie Klght,, VA-44 2 O. Supply '. 4.5 4.5 standard shift, heater, solid bronze.bmge Inter-
allowed only three hits, while Weapons 2 0, Weps. # 2 4 5 tor, WSW, 4700 miles.
his teammates picked up six off Admin 1 ,1 AMD # 2 ", 3.5 5.5
looser JimBussell.Olsen paced VF 174 1 1 65 BUICK CONVERTIBLE..52595
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Kight struck out seven{and Bus- Marines 0 1 VC-4 1.5 7.5 car warranty.
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NAMTG downed the Marines by terior.
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Wednesday, April 27 Tuesday, May 10
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being postponed because ,of 7:30 Weapons vs VC-4

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