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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt, Publishing Company private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does notconstltute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 24 NO. 7 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 12, 1966




Navy Gets "Thumbs Up'


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t1 : p On New Nuclear Carrier i r H




Another nuclear aircraft carrier for the USS John F. Kennedynow lative freedom from dependence :

is in the mill for the Navyas under construction, but the on fuel supply sources. Tech- "
pan of the $1.7 billion con; Department of Defense decided nology has been advanced 1, \
version construction programfor upon conventional power for to the point where reactors will '
fiscal year 1967. the carrier, require refueling only once In
The overall conversion con- The two reactor plant will the life of a ship ((20 25 years

struction program, which involves have almost double the fuel life depending on'type.) (
51 ships plans to and will be less ,expensive that This means that a nuclear f

E I j t reemphasize and submarineand the other type plants,panic.\l1ar- powered ship could steamto ,
.
anti aircraft warfare ly with respect to operatingcosts. any I problem area at any
along with the addition of five A carrier powered by ,time:without' having to be refueled (f F '
r nuclear attack submarines. this new plant will require enroute; a conventionally -: !{

The carrier design calls for refueling only once in the life powered ship is always Ii

two reactors instead of the of the ship. limited by its onboard fuel'' IL
the USS Enter- Development of the two reactor supply.
eight used in 1
FINAL CHECK. .Lcc/r. George Warner checks out his equipment prise. Although cost of the ship aircraft carrier prop- Continued Page 2
while O&R personnel'take a last minute check on the has not been disclosed it is ulsion plant is another significant

first A4 "Sfcyhawfc" processed through the department. The expected to be approximately step in the creationof

flight was.the final phase of tests for the aircraft.O&R'sFirst $400 million or the same as a' nuclear powered Navy.It Whitfield Is
the Enterprise. is part of a continuing pro-
The new two reactor plant gram to. develop reliable advanced -
'Skyhawk'Gets will provide approximately the nuclear propulsion plants Named April'Serviceman'

same total horsepower as that for both surface and submarineuse.

provided by the four and eight .
reactor designs. A four reactor The great advantage of nuclear -
Final Test HopThe plant had been considered! ,power plants is their re-
Ronald E,Whitfield YN1 received -
',the "Serviceman" of the
Construction Month"; award last Tuesday from
first A4B "Skyhaw'k" tc Actual aircraft 'production on Runway
: '
R. Mackroth.NAS Jax
.Capt/;
be reconditioned in the NAS the A4 Is scheduled to begin
Overhaul & May 11.and will accelerate, .?Commanding Officer .
Repair
Shops
Jax : I.In addition ,to the award and, +
1 become the departments + i/ "
second! to
" through jts rapidly '
l'' : "was and final put ;ri test flight last week major-workload.. 'The" .rTrafficAir : 'C.5, <,check' ; Whitfield 'and his

by. Lcdr., G. C. Hafner, an high rate' of production ,for '.. .,. (family, will 'beme guests of the'
'.USO: f forth: to St.Augustine.
/ trip
O & R test pilot. this 'program will present a ; i
The first aircraft or "pilot" challenge to the: 0 & R Department traffic at HAS Jax will be the Volta Electric Companyof Whitfield, a veteranof 18 years
to be processed through the shopsis as compel Ion Is keen for restricted 'for approximately Virginia, for an estimatedcost of service,,is presently assignedas

used to evaluate the ade- leading overhaul programs suchas 60 days as construction is begunon of $200,000.CPO's Supervisor of the Military .
!
quacy 'of tools and equipment the "Skyhawk". the runways early next week. Personnel Office Mall Room. As
procured in advance of 'pro- Capt. Thomas Washington, supervisor he is responsible for E
duction. O & R Officer, stated in.connection The work scheduled to get Take the. routing of all mall coming '
with the Skyhawk pro- underway May 15, will includethe into and leaving the division.
gram: "We intend to be the installation of centerline and In his capacity of assistant to ,

66 National lowest cost, bet quality organization strobe line approach lighting E-8/9 Exam the MPO' Officer for the casual-a",,,
I available." as well as repairs on ty program he spends many., :;
t
the normal working "
The A4B, a low level Runway 9 27. hours beyond "
Driving Test attack aircraft used extensivelyin Similar work was recently On May 24thAdvancement day 'In assuring that each "

t Vietnam, has demonstrated performed at NAS Glynco receives meticulous. handing and '
excellence in the two major typesof with lax acting as host for extreme caution. No matter I
Set On 24thDrivers action. The A4 has provided their detachments. This light- in rating exams what task he is assigned his

both close support of ground ing system is being installed, for paygrades E-8 and E-9 win performance has always been M

In this area will have troops In South Vietnam, as wellas at selected air stations throughout be held Tuesday. May 24th. noted as out standing. y
combat operations against the Navy. Personnel at HAS Jax who are Whitfield was born and
a new opportunity to evaluate in raised in Florida, enlisting .in
their automobile knowledge and targets in the north. The installation of centerline eligible to participate the
t skill behind the wheel when CBS Department of Defense figures lighting will enable pilots to Navy-wide examination will report the Navy after his, graduationfrom

:, News presents an all-new broad- recently reported, show that the have better visual contact to to the Bluejackets Inn priorto Ocala High School"A"in
t cast "The 1966 National Drivers Navy and Marine Corps conductedsome line up with the runways when 7 a.m. All participants must 1948. After attending YN
Test", in color Tuesday, May 61,000 sorties Vietnam landing at night or during be in the uniform of the day and school, located in San Diegoat
24 at 10 p.m. on WJXT. Tele- during the last 10 monthsof instrument conditions. It will have their ID cards. that time, he was sent to Key
vision 4 in Jacksonville. 1965. The Skyhawk flew also eliminate the "blackhole" Both E-8 and E-9 tests were West for duty.Following i
of these missions scheduled early this year mak- duty at Key West
This newest audienceinvolvement 60 percent that pilots see when landing at
will be broadcast achieving an unparalled sortie night. ing it necessary to extend the Whitfield was assigned to the
special deadline for the completion of Atlantic Reserve Fleet unit at ,
four days before the start of the rate. .
Par- Green Cove Springs. After a
Memorial day weekend. It Is Construction work will also be mandatory correspondence. '
have until July 1 to tour of duty with Fighter'
make the riving done on Runway 9-27 to level ticipants
timed to help of hazards Naval Hospital ExchangeThe out the bump 'that has caused submit their courses with the Squadron Thirty Three In
aware
they public might more encounter on the road Navy Exchange Retail some difficulty for larger air- exception of the practical factors Ocean, Va., he returned to his

during this highly dangerous holiday Store, Bldg. H2009.In craft such as the P 3. This which were due last month. 'Continued on Page 2
period. the Naval Hospital area, runway is used for 85%of the Also effective with this exam- mm
Last year's test in its initial will be closed beginning May landings and take offs at ination, the time required In pay- ,f!
NAS lax, while the shorter run- grade E-7 was reduced from 48 t tI
broadcast, was seen by more than 14 through May 30 in order
30 million television viewers. that extensive renovationsmay ways accomodate is%, months to 36 months. The provisions .I

Figures show that more than 42 be completed. The requiring a minimum total -
Due to this construction several service of eleven years
of section of renovations include a new
cross
a
percent Jax based units will be enlisted
eight of which must ,
failed the conditioning ,sus-
test air
licensed drivers system
be relocated NAS Cecil Field.
at effect.
remain in IiI
the last Memorial Day, acoustic ceiling,
prior to pended
will nine
VAP 62 move Examinations for potential
with only 25 percent rated"good"or lighting, floor and all new I
"excellent1 display fixtures which will RA 38 aircraft and sixty candidates will be automatically
five enlisted personnel to forwarded by the Naval Exam-
The new test this year will afford major improvementsin VFP 62 at Cecil. Cecil Field ining Center.

again re-create common col- the appearance of the Naval and will also host A 4 and T33 Personnel who have been
hazardous
and
situations arrangement
lision aircraft from NARTU Jax.
selected for Warrant Officer or
conditions while examining Hospital Exchange.A
motorists road on their knowledge of sales outlet in a new Although Fleet Air Wing commissioned status but dQ not

driving, city and suburban porch enclosure on the east Eleven and VW-4 will con- want to accept these appointments -
expressway
tinue to operate from NAS must notify the Chief
driving, simple mechanical side of the building adjacent
Jax will occasional of Naval Personnel in order that
they require
{ functions and:) repairs of auto- to the retail store, will be
refueling at Cecil Field. These their examination returns will
safety featuresand during the period that
mobiles, latest open
units will be using the shorter not be Invalidated.Any a F
Is closed to
fog at the pro-
driving In rain or store :: '
soap'tooth; runways during the construction Inquires on these upcom- t ...
night. More than 30 questionswill vide cigarettes .I...
be employed. paste etc., for the con- period, requiring lightweight ing exams should be made to the ...-.. f/t':,'1, ,.
Educational Services Office
offs.
venience of the patrons. take -
Continued on Page 2 The work is, being handled by (ESO) at Ext. 618/8556.


WHITFIELD'I'I,I


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May 72, 1966
2 JAX AIR HEYtS/AFTERBURNER -4


EDITORIAL Chaplains/ MessageTHE

Armed Forces Day, May 21 III--;l i I 5


A Report to the NationIn ROMAN CATHOLICSt. TIME HAS COME

the Proclamation fof-tWsyear's' Ai1 Forces Day, President By Chaplain F. R. McAlisterA

write "our ,5ail6rs airmen and Edward's Chapeland !
Johnson soldiers. marines, coast- in his store and
raised python madea
a
guardsmen, from .4hbm One two customers
day happenedin
our military might and richly desdrVeltctnave a special day set Naval Hospital pet out of the growing reptile.
coiled around
foot snake the
aside in their honor." He also invited the American people to the store and found the 15 pet
'
"take part in observances planned by personnel of the Armed SUNDAY MASSES shop owner's neck squeezing the very life out of him. After the

Forces as a report to the Nation which they are sworn to protect." Hospital - - 0630St. customers had succeded in removing the snake and reviving the
Edward's pet shop owner, he gasped, "I think the time has come to let it

Chapel .I - 0900 & 1100 go."
A .vice often begins as an attractive pleasant controllable
DAILY MASSESSt. thing. Its growth is slow and frequently imperceptible. Suddenly,
Ed-Mrd's: it Is a monster capable of destroying the owner. Without outside
Monday thru Friday 1130 help the owner of the vice cannot get Into a position to "let it go"
"the time has come".
Saturday - - 0900 even though
Naval Hospital: Fortunately for those of us who find ourselves coiled about bya
Friday -' - 1205 vice that we cannot control or let go of there Is outside help.
God who is more anixious to hear our prayers than we are to pray,
CONFESSIONSSt. is ready to give us the strength that we need to break the hold of

Edward's : any monster of a vice.

;c,-- Saturday -- -1900 2000 The concern of God, however, is not reserved for those times
J Sunday-------- -0815 0845; when vices have reached uncontrollable proportions. The better
1015 1045 way Is never to become the victim of uncontrollable appetites or
desires God's of avoiding slavery to vices is taught In
Hospital: Sunday --0615 ; way .
the Scriptures, supported by the Churches and admired by

A the CATECHISM CLASSES strong men.
Report to Chapel Annex Building 722: "So shall I keep Thy law continually far ever and ever and I will
Saturday's 1000 walk at liberty; for I seek Thy precepts." Psalm 119:44-45.
Nation

DIVINE PROTESTANTAll SERVICES Reserve Officers Assn.

Thus, Armed Forces Day 1966 to be celebrated May 21, has a Saints Chapel
dual purpose. It Is a day to pay tribute to Americans in military
Conference Next WeekHundreds
uniform. It is also a day when men and women in the armed forcescan SUNDAY'S
0800 -- -- -Holy Communion
report directly to the American people on their state of readiness
and dedication to the task at hand -- protecting the nation. 0930 & 1100 --Divine Worship of Florida Officers of all branches of the military

The armed forces are like an investment in insurance made by from all parts of the state will gather at the diLido Hotel Miami
the American people. Billions of dollars and hundreds of thousandsof SUNDAY SCHOOL Beach May 1315 to hear and question experts from Wash-
young men and women have been poured into this investment. ------chapel Annex ington on the Reserve program and to be brought up to date on
The desired result of all this is a firm assurance that the nation Building 722 the conflict in Viet Nam. The recent Commander of the Seventh

which they built, and are building, will continue as a. strong Fleet (Viet Nam Waters), the officer in charge Q( Seabees in
force working toward the betterment of man. WEDNESDAY'S- Viet Nam and combat veterans will all contribute to the program.In .
During Armed Forces Day 1966 the American people will be 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal a.n unprecedented move

able to 'see the results of their investment. The armed forces, the annual conference of the
THURSDAY Reserve U. S. all from
under the format, "A Report to the Nation" will present what will Reserve Officers Associationis Navy: -
2000 Christian Science Service Washington, D. C.
amount to a stockholders': to the people. .
report being made open to all interested -
The conference will conclude
It is the people from whom the men and women of the armed SbCOND MONDAY of Each Month in the Reserve Forcesof
forces draw their responsibility, resources and support. As the 0930 Chapel Women's Guild our country and who desireto with a noon luncheon Sunday at
which the officers
people honor those in uniform it is fitting they should be ableto (Small Chapel) attend. The crucial period time new
be Installed.
that the of the nation's defense will
see trust is being carried through which our country is
forward with energy and dedication. (AFPS) U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's passing Is given as a reason USNR Chaplain, President W. Ivan of Hoy the CDR state,

- 1000 for this
move.
has called
organization upon
,
.
'" .Jt. The association will be wel- .
,
DRIVING TESTContinued.fmm WH/TF/ELD all reservists to make :every
CECIL FIELD comed at the opening ses-: effort be .this
Page'1To :Continued x : to present at
< from 1
Page
."' PROTESTANT sion by the Honorable Elliott annual meeting because of the
Roosevelt of Miami
Mayor
illustrate each point old unit at Green Cove. He remained Today- Beach, followed by an address great importance of our nation
various visual techniques will at Green Cove until Choir Practice at 7 p. m. by Major General A. T. keeping a strong reserve.In .
view of the fact that
be used including animation as 1961 when the Navy phased Sunday- Wilson Jr., recently on Gen. more
well as filmed and taped scenes out the base. Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. LeMay's staff.Another than half of the men fightingIn
dramatizing each situation. The He remained in the Jacksonville Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. address will be delivered Viet Nam are reservists the

road scenes are being pro- Navy Complex,servingon Communiononthefirst Sundayof by Col. D. L. Erick- whole country should be keenly
duced in and around Tampa, Fla., two ships home portedat the month. son, Chief, Office of Re- interested in this phase of the

using a helicopter camera Mayport. He served on the serve Components, U. S. Army. military program.
camera car, stationary camera USS William C. Lawe and the CATHOLIC The same evening program will NUCLEAR CARRIER
and a camera to follow action USS Robert K. Huntington Daily- present the noted signing group- Continued from Page 1
inside of car. before being assigned to the 11:20 a. m. Mass
Sunday- the Mixed Ensemble of the If a commander needed to
Staff .of Reserve Destroyer Miami Palmetto Senior High
send
conventionally'powered
The National Safety Council Squadron Thirty Four at 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- a.
School in a program of carrier or task group into
fessions
heard before
will chief Charleston each Mass.
consultantfor
serve as
music under the direction of
an area quickly, he would haveto
"The 1966 National Drivers In December of 1963 he Mr. Dale Willoughby., consider the quantity of
Test," as It did for last year's reported to NAS Jax and his Traffic Violations One of the highlights of the fuel onboard the Individual
broadcast.. A board of independent present duties. Whitfield, his conference will be the banqueton ships, the availability of tank-
consultants, including the wife Erin, and five children
Saturday evening when the ers enroute and in the area
American Automobile Association make their home inJacks nv111e._ The following is a report of meeting will be addressed by of conflict and the risk Involved -
will all participate.CBS motor vehicle accidents and its National President, Major to both the attack carrier

News CorrespondentsWalter traffic violations for the period General Donald Dawson, Form- and support ships. The commander -
Cronkite and Mike May 3rd through the 9th. erly on the staff of President would also have to con-
Wallace will moderate the BuyBonds Number of Accidents Truman, and a prominent lawyerin sider the rate of fuel con-
program. It will be sponsoredby This Week - - -14 Washington, D. C. sumption the higher the
The Shell Oil Company.Next Total Accidents this year This address will be followedby required speed for the task
through May 9th - -- 120 a special patriotic musical group the sooner it would. need
weeK, jax Air News will Number of Accidents through May presentation by the"Singing Hur refueling.In .
carry the official test form for 9th 1965 - - 100 ricanes" of the University of contrast the nuclears ships
the International Drivers test. Total number of days since Miami. This
singing group could steam at top speed to the
Service personnel are strongly last Injury in a motor vehicle has toured military installationsin area of conflict. Without havingto
urged to participate In this pro- accident Iceland Greenland and
----------2 Europea 'worry about fuel or meeting
gram. Number of ViolationsThis number of times. In addition tankers at a specific time and
Week - - 114 they have sung at Radio Music place, a more evasive track In
\ Speeding - - -23 Hall and made a number of transit can be used to reduce
Reckless Driving - 0 TV appearances Including the the danger from submarine or

AX AIR NEWSThe : Going through Stop Sign -7 Ed Sullivan program.In guided missile attack.
Other Violations - -50 addition to routine busi- The size of nuclear power

FortyFive drivers appeared ness, the organization will hear plants is another direct ad-
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat first hand from the War In Viet vantage. A nuclear powered
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the meeting held on May 10. Nam with Rear Admiral PaulP. carrier can carry one more
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Disposition of the cases includedthe Blackburn, Jr., speakingat squadron of aircraft and twiceas
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a following: None lost driving the noon luncheon Saturday. much aviation fuel and
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR and parking privileges aboard Capt. M. E. Scanlon, CEC ammunition.The .
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, station for various periods; USN and Maj. Fred St. Clair corrosive effect of stack

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Three were assigned to com- USMC will be among those gases on aircraft and electronicgear
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- plete an eight hour coursein making first hand reports of the is eliminated.Superstructures -
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. remedial driving at NATTC; Viet Nam War.Saturday can be designed' to

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries None were assigned, to completea afternoon will be accommodate additional radar
concerning such should be directed to six hour course Cn remedial devoted to hearing status re- and electronic systems since
driving at Jax Police Academy ports of the Reserve
Holt ; program there Is no exhaust require-
The
Publishing 3649
Company, Philips Highway, None received by various officers
suspensions
; respon- ment.
Jacksonville, Florida. 32207 359-4040
Telephone Thirty Two were given warn- sible for this program. These With no funnels or air intakes
ings, Seven dismissed; Twenty- include Col. Lester C. Hess, necessary Navy engineers pointout
VOL. 24 NO. 7 May 12, 1966 One fined ( U. S. Commisioner); Deputy Asst. Chief of Staff for that nuclear powered shipscan

and Six referred to commanding Reserve Forces, Air Force,Col. be more effectively sealed
officers for possible Harry R. Tuebner and Capt.R.T. off for protection against atomic, I
disciplinary action. Kieling. Coordinator, Naval Air biological or chemical attack.page .



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: 12, 1966 JAX. NEYtS/AFTERBURNER Page .3


Vietnam Seven'Outstanding'AdMats.J J

.. .. .

I Why Are We Fighting There ? For YAP-62 In SevenYears i :


The men of VAP 62 are Commanded: by Cdr. Harry It
This is the final article in a gression now would only increasethe er than territories or colonies. holding their heads high this F. Bryant the squadron com-
series answering the question, danger of a much larger war. ,Our patience and our determi- week according to a squadron piled more than 5,500 flight
"Why Vietnam?" In recent months, Viet Cong nation have become our most spokesman, after logging the hours and took more than
Today we cannot be sure who attacks in South Vietnam have valuable weapons. Once this becomes heavy photographic squadron's 450,000 in air photographslast
or where our next enemy will been stepped up. It has become clear to the Communists: seventh straight "Outstanding year while flying the photo:
be. The need to land Marines' necessary for us to Increase then a peaceful solution is in- grade for an Admin Material graphic version of the versatileRA
in Lebanon had no foreshadow our response on the evitable.Our Inspection last week. 3B Douglas "Skywar- '
ings, nor did the preventivemoves ground and through attacks from ,immediate objective Is the Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell, rlor" aircraft. Ii j
we had to make along the air. This is not a changein independence of Vietnam and its Commander of Fleet Air Jack- ,'
the Laotian border of Thailand. our purpose. It is a changein freedom from attack. We want sonville and head of the inspection Said to be indicative of the
The crises in the Dominican Re- what we believe that purpose nothing for ourselves. We want party, announced the squadron's motto -- "If there'sa
public, which called for movingour requires. Our increased air attacks the people of South Vietnam to score of 95.79 after holdinga photographic mission to be
forces to prevent bloodshed, especially,have been madeto be able to guide their own des- rigid personnel' inspectionlast completed VAP 62 can do it,
grew out of a sudden assassi- slow down aggression. We tiny in their own way. We will Wednesday morning. for our home is here or any-
nation. Cuba was our friendly have done this to increase the do everything necessary to reach Adm. Caldwell said that where in the world," -- the
neighbor and the mecca of thousands confidence of the people of South this objective. And we will, do VAP 62 was "one of the number of hours logged and ,
of American tourists; yet Vietnam who have borne this only what is absolutely necessaryIn very best squadrons he had photos taken last year set J
this island became the scene brutal battle for so many years employment of military force. Inspected locally." a record for VAP 62. -( I'
of a major and delicate 'confrontation with so many casualties. And Support of this national commitment ...._ famm* mmeBfmm-mHm mttsa w E
between the leadershipof we have also done this to con- and for that matterin
two opposing cold war forces. vince the leaders of North VIet- all commitments to come. .
This, then, is a period in his- nam. .and all who seek to the defense of our constitution
tory when military movements share their conquest. .of a very and our country are part of the I
must be made within hours, not simple fact: We do not intendto oath sworn by every service-'
days. be defeated. We do not intend man, Loyalty and duty In sup-
What does all this prove? to withdraw openly or under the port of all commitments directedby ;(,
It proves that the world has cloak of a meaningless a- our Commander-In-Chlef is I 1\\
"shrunk" to a single battlefieldin greement.We an expected obligation for every f
terms of long-range weapons, know that air attacks alone man in the uniform of our Armed
It has also "shrunk" politically will not accomplish all of our Forces.
into a single communities of purposes. But it is our best The policies mapped out by
peoples. Modern communica- judgement that they are a neces- our statesmen would have little '
tions. .in fractions of a second sary part of the surest road to meaning If they were confined to 3 v + e py' 'r4 1 rf L
by radio and:! television in min- peace.It words alone. Our foreign policy
ute or hours by jet aircraft. is based on goals of freedom
has removed the age-old barriers is the hope of our Pres- and justice. It is in the inter-
of geography and made the ident and of all our leaders that est of these goals that we are .,,
peoples of the eanh more inter- peace will come swiftly. But asked to serve our country over t r \ fo
dependent than ever before. Hap- peace is also in the hands of seas. The nation depends uponus : t ,
penings in one small area like others besides ourselves. We not just for the executionof r 1 i i
South Vietnam are no longer localor must be prepared for a long American foreign policy, but
isolated incidents of wars. continued conflict. This will requIre for the embodiment of the spirit
They can, in a flash, become patience as well as brav- and ideals of our country in our
problems of world concern. ery. .and a will to endureas individual efforts. 1 p
Our ultimate goal, achievable well as the will to resist.
only in.a climate of peace is the
free advancement of leadershipand All of us wish it were pos- Perhaps President Johnson
technology to create a bet- sible to convince others'' with best expressed the role of the American -
ter world In which mankind can words of what we find it'neces-' serviceman in a speechon LL L-
live. A world free from hunger sary to say with guns and planes: August 21,1964 when he said:
and pestilence, drought and armed hostility is futile. But "Whoever he is, ,wherever he 1
flood, poverty ar squalor. our resources are equal to this serves; the military) man is a ADMAT INSPECTION CLIMAX for VAP-62 last week was a
Until an atmosphere can be challenge because we are fighting product of our whole I society, look the
thorough at squadron's personnel by Inspecting
created in which mankind can for values and priciples rath- and he means more to peace party
head Rear Adm. H. H. Caldwell Commander of F/eet'Alr
direct its energies toward the today than he ever meant ,
betterment of living standardsfor Kemp Named before. ." Jacksonville.Support .
all, the United States has

military no choice forces but to at maintain a level its of VF-13 'Sailor' Relief

strength sufficient to support its I Navy I
geographic and political positionas For April '66
the keystone of the free world.
We can never let down our guardas
long as others have openlyset Thomas Robert Kemp, Per-
world domination as their sonnelman Second Class, has
goal, and are using every trickin been selected as "Sailor of R
the book to attain it. the Month" at Fighter Squadron
WHY ARE WE IN VIETNAM? Thirteen, based at NAS Cecil HUy
We are there because a friendly Field. '
has worked theuNightcappers" -
nation has asked for help Kemp in
against Communist aggression. AdministrativeOffice *
Three Presidents. .President since August 1964. He is
Eisenhower President Kennedyand the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
President Johnson have sup- Kemp of Greensboro, Md. He
ported that pledge over 11 years. graduated from Greensboro High
To dishonor that pledge to a- School prior to entering the
bandon that small and brave nation Navy in July 1958.In HALF FARE
to its enemies,-and to the a letter of commendations,
terror that must follow would be Cdr. W. M.Stollenwerck,squadron -
an unforgivable wrong. commanding officer, cited
We are also there to help Kemp for "Devotion to duty
strengthen order In a rapidly and outstanding performance in
shrinking world. Around the all military." : and professionaltasks. ON YOUR NEXT LEAVEPROVIDE
globe, from Berlin to Thailand,
are people whose well-being
rests in part on the belief that
ONE COPY OF YOUR
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if _
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be increased unrest and Instability -
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another. The central lesson of
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..to. \ F4Mlar'r71W I
::t'J: Photography Contest Published




Planning stages of the twelfth companied with nc.plan3tionof receive honorable mentions.
Interservice Photography Con- the experiment and how accomplished Winning and) other selected entries
test, scheduled to be conducted on the reverse side will be placed on ex-
in October of 1967, are now of the entry form.) hibition.All .
awards will be alloted
under according to a a
recent way BuPers Instruction. General/ Criteria certain number of points according -
criteria to importance, and the
Although each branch of The following general
the service has yet to come are suggested as a guide service with the most total
out with the specific instruct- for contestants in the selectionof points will receive the Per-
1. ions governing intermediate photographs for submissionin petual. Interservice Photography
competition within its own organization this contest: impact, freshness Contest Trophy.
contest rules which of approach, story telling; It is this contest which in
must be observed by all participants technical skill, size, viewing, the past has determined, the
have been published. distance and quality. naming of the Best Military
The contest is designed to Quality will be judged largelyon Photographer of the Year.
t afford both the amateur and the basis of sharpness and

experienced photographer serv- contrast. The requirement for Servicemen Have
ing in the military services an sharpnesswill be waivered if sub-
.. opportunity to compete on a ject matter Is appropriate and
worldwide basis and to have their grainess is used as a creative Chance To Join
NEW "ROADRUNNER". Cc/r. T. F. Rush reads his t>r- work judged by leading authori- technique.
ders/ during/ change of command ceremonies In which/ he relieved ties in the photographic field. RulesAll
/ C/r. J. E. Marshall as skipper of VA-36. All military personnel on Hurst Auto :M

active duty for 90 days or more entries must be photo-
are eligible to compete in both graphs shot by the individual A club designed specificallytokeep
YA-36 'Roadrnimers'HaveNew categories of the contest: GroupI contestant on or subsequent to servicemen around the
Black and White Photographs; Dec. 1, 1964. It is strongly world informed about the auto-
and Group II Color Trans urged that each contestant do motive field during their
Commanding OfficerCommander parencies. his own developing, printingand military service has recently
enlarging of all entries. been formed by an ex Navy
Black and White/
Any person who Is a recogni- white hat, according to a Nav-
T. F. Rush relieved Preceding: the change of command Black and white photos may be zable subject in any photo, News release.
Commander J. E. Mar- ceremony, Cdr. Marshall enlarged to a minimum of if an,' American national, must Named the Hurst Armed For-
shall as Skipper of the WAS presented Air Medals to thirteen 80 square inches and to a maxi- sign a release authorizing his ces Club, it was organizedby
Cecil base Attack Squadron of the squadron's pilots for mum of 480* square inchesof picture to be used in contest George H. Hurst, presidentof
Thirty Six during ceremoniesheld missions over Vietnam. print area, but not to exceed publicity and reproducton. No Hurst Performance Products,
onboard the carrier Enter- Present for the ceremonywere 24 inches on the longest dim- such release is necessary for with the Idea in mind of keeping
prise off the coast of Vietnam. : RAdm. T. J., Walker, ension. They may be dry foreign nationals, although it is armed forces automobile.
Cdr. Marshall will report ComCarDiv 3: Capt. J. L. mounted, provided mounts are advised to be good practice to enthusiasts up to date on
for duty in the Bureau of Naval Holloway III, Enterprise Com- cropped to edge of photo so obtain such a release at the their interest in this line.
1 Personnel, Washinton, D. C. manding Officer; and Cdr. J. L. there is no border. time photos are shot intheevent Friends and relatives of
He had commanded the "Roadrunners" Shipman, Commander, CVW-9. Tinted will '
photographs not future use of the photograph servicemen, .as well as the
since April 1965. Priorto be accepted although color should warrant It. servicemen themselves, may register -
that he was Executive Officer * toned paper may be used. Neg- Black and white entries will .active duty members--
I of the squadron. Cdr.Marshall atives are not required, buta become the property of the free of any costs -- in the Hurst
k was the first Commanding It contact print must be submit- respective service through which Armed Forces Club ''simply by
t Officer to lead VA-36 Into Fishermen should not wade ted with each black and white contestants enter;however,color sending their name, rank and
combat. .rock-bottomed ''streams With enlargement, attached to the transparencies will be returned complete ImiUtary'address to.
Cdr.Rush'came toVA36 from plain 'rubber-soled boots. Flat lower right corner of the entry with, the understanding that the Hurst ''Perfonna 1ce' Products,
I the USS..Forrestal in February soles, or leather soles with hob form. Department of the Army, as Code NN i' 50"West'.Street:
t 1966, following"refresh nails,: make".the difference Color Transparencies hosting service, will not be responsible Road, Warminster Pa.18974.
I er training in the A4C with between slipping and sliding or for loss 'or damage. A monthly newsletter loaded
VA 44 at NAS Cecil. staying firmly upright. The color transparencies may Official military photographs with highlights from the nation's
I be up to four by five inches will at no time be considered leading automotive events, is
maximum in size and will acceptable as contest entries, mailing to each.club member.
be submitted with plastic and any entry deemed unworthy Also included are'releases onnew
type envelopes or other pro- of consideration or unsuitablefor performance and prestigecars
Come by & Visit the tective covering. exhibition may be withdrawnby from Detroit, and the
All of these must be mountedon officials
at any contest lev- latest accessories, from speed
commercial or comparablemounts el. Contestants may not with- and equipment manufacturers
Beautiful for use in automatic pro draw once entered in the con- throughout the counrty.
' jectors, with a red dot in the Hurst expressed the feelingsof
BELL/i/R Community lower left corner of the mount test.All entries must bear titlesto everyone connected with the
, marking the face. Name and assure proper identification. Armed Forces' Club project
grade of the contestant, together Untitled entries will be disqualified when he said, "We take our
Today! with the title and cate- as will any which do not hats off to the guys In the
gory will be printed on the conform to size, proper identi- service. If they're giving
mount. fication, or which are improperly their time we can sure givea
Each entry for both of the submitted.As little of ours."
groups must be submitted in mentioned before,the Navy
sr one of the following seven Department will issue their own Square Dance .
r 1Y b categories: ((1)) People; (Including specific contest rules at future
portraits or entire date, but anyone who maybe Next Friday
figures singly or in group thinking of entering is urged to
composition); ((2)) Babies and start making preparations now At CenterThe
Children; .((3)) Animals and and to use this article as a guide
Pets; (4)) Action; ((5)) Scenic; line for submissions. Lutheran Service Centerat
((6)) Military Life (any subjector 19 West Forsyth Street will
subject matter animate of Awards hold its last Square Dance until

inanimate, with or without people, Awards which will be offered In Fall, on Friday, May 20th.
portraying some facet of military the interservice competition include The dance Is scheduled to get
life with special emphasis on first, second, and third underway at 8:30 p.m. with
the man in his military job or place as well as one "bestof the admission and refreshmentsfree
environment); (7)) Experimental show" and three honorable to all military personnel.E1flM' .
(experimentation includes angle mentions In each category of
and exposure of camera, controlof the two groups.No -
light source, printing and contestants may receive
chemical processing. All entries. more than two place awards
in this category must be ac- in each group but may also ;

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By Idell Fondlngsland, SN Membership in the USO AU

:, Service Postal ass Club Is
'AO"A" Barracks 581 was The amount of VRB is not open to all active duty personnel,
\ commended by Captain Thomas considered in the $2,000 limita- reservists and retired membersof
B. Ellison on the appearanceof tion on the amount of reenlist- the Armed Forces .
the barracks, the grounds, ment bonus which may be paid. The USO ASPC Club
lockers, and uniforms at Captain's AO and AE reenlistments are vides correspondence course
Inspection April 30. expected to increase consider- lessons solutions to practical
The barracks was selected at ably as a result of VRB eli chess problems participation J,
random after the Personnel Inspection gibility. in matches and tournaments by \
for a surprise Inspec- ********** mail
tion.NATTC's Built around humor with Annual dues of $2 includes a I
Commanding Officer selected sprinkles of whimsical chess rating for all members,
complimented each individual vocal selections "The Show- FOR SALE. .This 1966 Chrysler convertible Is for sale. For regardless of experience, and
living in or responsible for the timers" inaugural production,an Information contact the NARTU Recruiting Dept. receipt of the club's paper,King's i '
barracks for the conscientious All-Base Talent Show was warm Korner.
effort displayed in having an inspection ly received by a small but ap- For further information con-
ready barracks and for preciative audience in King Hall NARTU News & Views tact the National Office of
the attention to duty displayed. Sat. evening, April 30th. National Catholic 'Community
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Services, 1312 Massachusetts
Interested should
Arlin E. Peeples, Jr., 19 personnel
Chief Joseph Segar of AO 13 acts, mostly of the dancing was sworn into the Aviation Re- contact the Recruiting Depart- Avenue, N. W., Washington,
School reported there was little singing variety made up the show. serve Officer Candidate Pro- ment at extensions 361 or 268. D. C. 20005. (NAVNEWS)
fishing activity this weekend due An exception to be noted wasa gram at NARTU Jax recently
to the weather. three act spoof on the popular His father, a YNl In the Unit's J.,._.
Arthur Davis, AOCS, undaunted Batman series. Dubbed "The Personnel Office, looked on during I
by the rain caught three Escape, of the Horrendous Hatchet the ceremony.
bass. The largest one weighed the skit was writtenby While participating in the officer -
Ron Nelson, SN, master of
four pounds. Chief Davis caught candidate program young
them in the Picolata River ceremonies.( Over emphasisof Peeples will be attcoolng monthly -
. . Batman and Robin as indecisive weekend drills at the local
heroes gave the three actsa
unit student the St.
The honor classes for last as a at
special comical flavor. It undoubtedly -
River Junior College In
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week
were AO"A" Class 601-B
sputtered in the beginning -
Palatka Florida.
and AE"A" Class 548. however because the ,

The honor students were C. acoustics of King Hall are ........
S. Burwell AOAA,fromAO Class far from the best and it tooka
604-A and C. L. Newton AEAA,
good ear to hear the lines. '
a.
of AE Class 547.Congr.1tulations. Backing up many of the numbers The NARTU Jax 1966 Chrysler '
!II! the free and convertible Is for sale.
. .,. easy piano
styling of Pfc. Hank Suranie added The sleek Newport model has
Aviation Ordnanceman and Aviation a minstrelsy measure to been used by the Fly Navy Recruiting -
Electrician's Mates can the show's success. Team on their visitsto
now benefit from the variable college and!university campuses -
reenlistment bonus. Singers worked in both the throughout Florida and South
As of 20 April 1966, 17 additional modern and folk traditions; following Georgia in the search for naval
ratings were added to the Eric Johnson's (AA)crooning aviation officers. 1
original 25 eligible for VRB. rendition of"MoonRiver"M.
Aviation Ordnanceman and Avia- L. Riley, SA, sang his own Driven 'only by select recruiting -
tion Electrician's Mates were novel and imaginative ballad personnel and main-
among the new ratings and will "Hard Boiled Love Song." tained according to warranty This is a helping hand.,
_ ,jeoeive: multiple of.two. The Fishermen did their pan specifications the car Is ''in excellent I ,
In order to be eligible for VRB, 'with, "A Well Respected Man," conditon. .p ';+:, -'. You get one free .1 : C
.a man must, be eligible for first complete with British enunciation Chrysler convertibles ,
: are ,
reenlistment, first reenlistment which added much to the ..t
loaned annually to Naval Air
bonus, must reenlist or extend number. Reserve Commands throughoutthe with every loan

in the Regular Navy for a per- "The Showtl me rs", under recent United States by the Navy
iod, which combined with prior sponsorship of NAS Special League for use by the Officer from C. IT. .
active service, totals not less Services plan to use monies Recruiting Teams. .
that 69 months, an E-3 or a- gained through the talent show
bove and designated in a VRB to buy theatrical equipment for With an original price tag

rating. later productions. of $4,400 the car will be sold In fact, you may get two helping hands. We try mighty
The Variable reenlistment bonus Personnel interested in joining; for $2,900.
will be paid in equal annual the organization are reminded hard to fit the loan to your needs. You may need moneyto

installments in each year meetings are held In King pay bills..to solve personal problems...for emer.
of the reenlistment period. In Hall on the first and third Mon- gencies.Whatever your need, remember that Universal
special meritorious cases, the day of each month at 7 'p.m.A .
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I J I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ] I IFORTY


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ModernComputers Fail To Perplex Terrible I


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nfccie bld er.s.. The neaa
logic equation surprise vas
.. terms as
Along with:being the pace: Age
correctly ,be displays, eubtractian by complements dial their IWJVAC had been
:r our 1 lime can also; Infact. distributive law DeMorgan's crudely removed and cable: conlalning -
called:the computer age. Theoremand Yeitch thousands d wires had
without .computers:the Space Age
been severed without
identity.
Diagrams.To
still be : fiction.ComputeJ'f
science
might
: used learn what it takes to mas- They spent hundreds cf hours
: are of process business ter computer technology, we'll reassembling: and reconditioning
enormous quantities have with this young their l WAC. hoping to set
1 1r 1u to nav to grow up up
data:into succinct:reports
man. Almost as soon as he a regional computer service:,
submar-ines could read he became Interested eventually progressing enou2i

massive scientific: And engineering in science and particularly toput it on the line" for
: Perforated electronics. At the age of 12 trial operation and (debugging.By .
y : !computations.which guide automated machine he :
tapes
:tools are ,now produced by radio operator's license fourth year apprentice and the
computers :after being fed stabled and at 14 passed the general Navy s beginning to need com
\CIimensionsdescrlbingthepart class amateur radio examination. puter repairmen for an airborne
:to'be manufactured. lie then built a cumber of transmitters navigational unit called VERDAN,
Much :bas :been conjectured and receivers usually an acronym for versatile digital
about eventually becoming using them only long enough to differential analyzer. As a finale -
TEARS SERVICE. -Har1 ,)' ,Suergey JseconJfrom: computers self-sufficient enough to judge their performance before to Ms apprenticeship,be
Jeff) (tint/James/ ,E. Ct/nt/y.recentjreceTveo 4O year,pine .from master man himself. Interesting dismantling$ them to make :some- was sent to the Auto .tics Corp-
Copt. JL R. ;.Madcrotfi, .NAS Jox Commanding Officer. Copt as an alternate :thought is. thing else. oration plant in Anaheim California -
Thomas ''Washington -Who irs :head of the O&R Dept.* where "What :kind ,of :men master the In 1956 at the age of 18 he for :fit months VERDAN

DtIr.men ,are mp/oyec/i/ i>servei/tIte;presentatiDn. computers nowT was one of 15 Florida State computer technology training.
There are computer:operators winners in the Westinghouse This course included mathematical -
',who Inflow prescribed steps and Science Talent. SearcbContest subjects such as Boolean
O&R Persomel Cited ;produce reports or;problem sol and was awarded a one year Algebra: basic concepts of calculus -
'utions. :Higher c-n the :scale are college scholarship.He and several numbering:
:men called"'programmers who studied engineering at the systems 1ebinary, octal.
:bridge :the gap between laymenand University of Florida! for two binary coded.Grey Code and access -
the computer- They chain years and perhaps: understandably three code Our familiar
for 40 Years Service :together "hundreds .of small instructions discontinued because of decimal system WhJchhas: served

which the computer impatience with the emphasis on so well for hundreds: of years
ran 'understand :to male up a social sciences and liberal arts has had to be replaced by other
Two(Overhaul.&: Repair Dept aircraft imechanic (general. :He "program* to guide the machinein -which to him seemed to pre- numbering systems better :suitedto
,employees JitlslJax/ were'hon- advanced to:the:rating of tQuar- : .Analyzing and processing the empt technical subjects during computer design concepts In
Ored !last :Friday When :they :Berman AMG !ibttt :resigned information: to it. much of the first three years. the binary system one Is 00001.
received :their 40 Year :Ms position iin 1950. Of course. at :the top d the After being employed as an two is 00010, three is !00011. and
Awards .from Capt.: R. :lvlack- :He employed :in 1955 .as :hierarchy are :the scientists and aircraft mechanics helper for a so on. Four times six in the
:roth Commanding Officer. :Production: Dispatcher. :he was engineers '.who :invent the concepts few months he entered the Naval octal system equals 30; and six
:Recipients of !the :Navy* ;promoted :to Assistant :Production and design even faster and Air Station's apprentice training times seven equals 52-
anchor :type lapel :pin 'were: Controlman in 185, more amazing computing de- program to became an aircraft Feeling that: he still had not
James :Z. (Cundy :and Barley .position\ 'which ihe currently vices.But.. electronic: instrument mechanic. mastered his field Fred enrolled

Buergey.Mr. iholds.&Ir.. : what '"kind d a man repairs Not content with studying ore in a two year:series of computer
Cundy enlisted in :the : :Buergey.who Joined :the and maintains :these machines thing at a time while a second programming courses givenafter
Navy :in 1920 at !the:agedJlfi. :Wavy: in 1922 also 'worked as ? One :such individual is year apprentice in 1961 he took working hours; in a jtauor college
r During, !she first few an aviation machinist tmate 28 year old Frederick Terrible flight training and pursued thIs 40 miles from his'home- He'll
\ years iof :service: :he;held the Employed as,anaircraft,mech- a computermechanicinthe Overhaul until he was qualified for.tnulti- complete this training injure
i"llte o!. the aviation :machinist ; and Repair Department of
anicWhen: the came :to work at engine license.
:mate, primarily-.waiking on the :the & :R Dept., :Mr.Buergey :the Naval Air .Station. Jacksonville In his third year as an apprentice 1966.We see now that it takes a
(upkeep and :maintenance tof aircraft advanced :to!the rating .of(Quaraerman ,, Florida.. He's as at home ,he and three other electronics pretty good man to master the
'engines.In AMG an 1951. After \with :the workings ,of a digital experimenters bid $1. computer. But there Is a thought-
: 1942 :Mr.Cundy:received resigning the ;next year 'the;remained computer as ;a. housewife: cooking 200.00 for a surplus lINN At:, provoking note here,too. To earn
Ms commission .as ensign and : tout cf thaiservice! : : a .Sunday dinner, His daily Model 11D3, computer. To their a living in one trade this
:two years later was ;promotedto until 1955 When ihe was reinstated jargon! is full d such strange surprise they were the highest young man has mastered: several
: lieutenant :He Hater reported ...
at ProductionDispatch-: lesser trades. Without repairing -
: :for duty at NA& Jax 'ex. Tn 19G3:he eras :advanced to computers he could: : Teach
as :Executive Officer: and Engineering the: ;position tof Production Con- Y 9 V Viyy Vt mathematics or electronics.
Officer d :the Aircraft :iroller ((AircrafiWhich:) lie repair radios television sets
Delivery Unit. ;presently :.holds. aircraft radio altimiters
!He served: in:several other I rF
aircraft and
positions prior ;to Ms :retirement : Both ;men received: their awards other electronic gvro-compasses aircraft instruments
: from: active: duty 3n be1nantfveAwards
; operate a com as er sys
:1948. Mr. Cundy ;then entered Programwhich recognizes :both
tem; program a computer: system
civil .service .at NAS :Jax military and: civil :service for 9'
.xrf. ;or an
'where ;lie was employed ,as .an computing:total Federal senice.It's .
'I w'WtA.1yPM tern; or pilot an aircraft.
While man's learning ability
on the average remains constant
Worth A Ride To simple jobs are being automated

and the difficult becoming
jobs are
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WITH RIGHT HAND probe on computer test point, Torn Me' Two Employees of the NAS
v studies signal 'on oscilloscope. The computer weighs 78 Cecil Pifclic Works Department
and retired with a total of 47 years
d-- pounds 'occupies J.4 cubic feet; contains )500 transistors -

30,000 diode, 670 capacitors, 4500 resistors, and anestimated of Mr.Federal Willie Service P. Shavers who
,two ,miles of wire.
worked! as :a Water Plant Operator -
retired with 25 yearsof
service and Mr. Ausm M.
WEPBOMISETO SAN JUAN FLORIDA NATIONAL Johnson retired with 22 years
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NEWSPAPER {Bf t:! :1 Wi !i Captain S. D. Wright pre-
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I clf Y ail sk Us State Driver's License Regulations II


(Editors note: This 1 is the erator's license must be secured obtain an operator's license for
It has often been said thatto J. M. Graybill, AA -- "It third in the series of informa- Immediately if employment Is obtained a period of thirty days following
a sailor there are only two doesn't really matter to me whereI tion concerning licensinglawsof or children entered in his return to the continnental
good duty stations the station get stationed! 50 states. local school or If a Georgia limits of the U. S.
that he has just left and the one because Ihave license plate is purchased. No

he is about to report to. This always liked to I FLORIDA Required ; expires special licensing arrangementsfor
week "If Ya Ask Us" INDIANA Required; issued
querried travel and see every two years at end resident servicemen. Gen- .
month of birth valid for
during ,
NAS Jax personnel concerning different pans of birth month. License re eral state law applies for both
ideal duty station in the Navy.A. of the country. newable upon payment of fee issuance and renewals. two years to end of birth month.
W. Maxwell AOAN -- "IfI I enjoy comparing but without new examination unless Fee, $1.50; renewal $1.50; du- *

had my choice. I think I would different ... there is evidence that driver HAWAII -.,Required; valid until plicate or substitute $1.50.Writ- y
stay right places GRAYBILLto may lack qualifications. Fee revoked. Fee,$3;duplicate$.50. ten exam driving test and eve
where I am. my hometown. $3, operators for 2 years; $5, Nonresident is permitted to test are"required for orginal ,
The duty is Ron G. Baker, Pfc -- "Los chaufferur, two yrs. Penalty fee use his current home state op- license. Written renewals exam, and eye 'f<
easy, the peo- Alamitos, Calif., because the climate for late renewal, $1. Written erator's license to drive a test only on every ":
ple I work for is Ideal.! exam, eyesight and driving test vehicle in Hawaii for 90 days. four years. Nonresidents lic-
must be purchased im
are swell and I have really required for original license. Nonresident servicemen may use ense
the liberty is enjoyed myselfin Nonresident operator's license Is home state driver's license for mediately. No for special servicemen.licensing 'r t,
"
Southern 90 after which local arrangement
great. MAXWELL yp honored on reciprocal basis; days. General state law applies for t
California, be- license must be obtained.
visitor's permit not required.
both issuance and renewals.
Rt C. Mann, AA -- "I've cause it is arl
However If a visitor holding a
Servicemen special extension -
given
only been here short time and Ideal location.! IDAHO for
currently valid operator's Required j good
"" per- of period of validity
I already li" My home isl mit In some other jurisdiction, 3 years; expires on licensee's for long as four after
as years
it. The people just the BAKER 120 extension for
across becomes a resident of Florida, birthday. day into service or until .t
on base are I street and I would have a. bet- becomes employed or places Idaho residents out of state on entry 30 days after'discharge. Does

friendly. I feel ter opportunity to finish'college children in school he must securea expiration date; fee. $6; not apply to members of familynot
that I have an in a minimum amount of time. Florida driver's license im- duplicate, 150. Written exam, in military service.' t
important re I think most men in service would mediately. Servicemen may eyesight, road sign and drivingtest
sponsibilityserving ., If they had their choice, like to renew driver's license without required. Colored photo
the 1 be stationed at a place near their examinatiqn or delinquent fee, taken at sheriff's office when
country here at MANN home where they were broughtup. upon presentation within 90 days license obtained. No charge for IOWA Required; expirestwo .
NAS Jax. This station has a I understand that this dream after discharge.License not valid photo. Nonresident's license hon- years from licensee's birthday.Feb. '4,
real purpose in supporting the cannot come true for everyone, for operation of vehicles after ored on reciprocal basis; ( 29 anniversary regarded <
Navy. You Just couldn't find because of the world situation.So Its expiration. visitor's permit not required. as occuring on March 1.) May
a better duty station than NAS when orders like Vietnam Idaho driver's license must be be renewed 30 days before
Jax." come in, I just take it the wayit GEORGIA Required. Must be purchased immediately if Idaho birthdate and within SO days after

John F. Farrell Pfc. -- "In must be taken. renewed'on licensee's birthday residence is established or gain- birthdate and driver's license
my estimation, the ideal duty K. C. Karianen, EM2-- "Well, each year.' Photograph required ful employment is accepted. Per- shall be considered valid during
station would'be since I was stationed for the after July of 1965. Holders of sons living in state may this period. An extension: will
a little tropicallsland last 46 months j veteran's license have option of maintain out of state driver's be granted by the Department of
located aboard an air- keeping present license with pic- license. Military personnel and Public Safety, upon showingof
somewhere -t;' craft carrier! ture or pay $.50 for pictured their dependents claiming Idaho good cause, fpr a period of
[jJ residence and serving out of not more than six monthsif
in the I have a dislike ., veteran's license. Fee 2 yr.
1;t state renew by writing temporarily out of state or
beautiful South J 3p for the.. ... license $2.50; 5 yr. license, may
Sheriff's Office County of resi- incapacitated. Fee, $5, duplicate -
Pacific. I sea. I've been ; $5.50; duplicate, $1.50, except
dence, for regular permit. Ex- $2. Written exam,
would be the here at NAS] for holders of veteran's license. eye-
only serviceFARRELL Jax for3weeks';,:. J.; LIt Driving test, eye test and written amination requirement to be sight and driving tests requiredfor

man and the only male on this and am begin- KARIAHEN test required for original license. completed upon return to Idaho. original license. All applicants -
island hundreds of little, ning to like it. So if I wereto Nonresident is not required to required to pass
among
ILLINOIS Required good for a satisfactory vision test to a
beautiful dark skinned native stay in the Navy I'd like to obtain driver's license for
before 3 years from date of issuance. obtain a renewed license. Other
services stay right here. After a 4 Georgia 30 days but
women. My special of Expiring on birth date of licensee., tests optional on part of exam-
driver'slicense
of year hitch without shore duty must supply proof
would of Fountain
.consist, .a
Fee, $3 duplicate $1. Written iner. Nonresident operator's
this is ,,from f another state. Op-
great.
Youth, surfboards; and sun tan '..:..... exam, driving test and eye 'test license from home state honored.
lotion. My paradise duty stationis required for, original license, However,' :Iowa license: must be
only a figment of a Marine'simagination I 1 .and upon renewal after 'age 69. purchased immediately If're'si- i
but I am sure every I I Nonresident's license honored dence established
on instate, or
serviceman would cut off an arm I New Books at Library | reciprocal basis; visitor's per- nonresident accepts employ- I'
to get it. Anyway I have received mit not required. If residenceis ment. The expiration date of
my orders to Vietnam for established Illinois Iowa license held
operator's an by a.serviceman ;
duty "and am very happy. with SOMETHING RICH AND base on the island knew that license must be applied for at the time of entry Into J'
them. STRANGE by Dr. Robert Hurricane Mabel was due to within 90 days. An Illinois service Is extended without fee ',

Ore third of all family men Schroeder. A marine biologistand strike the island, 'and from resident who has been serving as for 6 months followinghonorable '
in the United States arc without expert skin diver takes the tragic personal experience he a member of the Armed Forcesof discharge provided serviceman j
individual life insurance protec- reader underwater to observethe knew the danger. What Wyatt the United States, is exempt is not incapacitated. ',<
tion. marvelous spectacle of life couldn't forsee was the tum from the requirements to To be contined. [\
around coral reefs and in the ultoous'conjunction of forces t i

ocean depths of the Caribbean both natural and man made- !
and the Florida Keys., Witheight that was about to make Mabel No Extra Charge For .

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER -




I Jacksonville Area l Civil Service News






i ,I ModernComputers Fail To Perplex Terrible I

-- -
Age terms as l logic equations, nixie bidders. The next surprise was
Along with being the correctly Space be displays, subtraction by comple- that their UNIVAC had been

: r our time can also In fact, ments, distributive law, De- crudely removed and cables con
called the computer age. Morgan's Theorem, and Veitch taining thousands of wires had
H i without computers the Space Age been severed without
Identity.
might still be science fiction. Diagrams.To:
learn what it takes to mas- They spent hundreds of hours
used
to
Computers are of business process ter computer technology, we'llhave reassembling and reconditioningtheir

N/ R p, data enormous into succinct quantities reports:to nav- to grow up with this young lINIV AC, hoping to set up
Almost soon as lie a regional service
igate aircraft, missles, submar- man. as computer ,
he became interested eventually progressing
ines and ships: and to resolve could read, enough
massive scientific and engineering In science and particularly to "put it on the line" for
computations. Perforated electronics. At the age of 12 trial operation and debugging.By [ .
tapes which guide automated ma- he obtained a novice class am- this time Torrible wasa
chine tools are now produced by ateur radio operator's license fourth year apprentice and the
computers after being fed table and at 14 passed the general Navy was beginning to need com
of dimensions describing the part class amateur radio examination. puter repairmen for an airborne
to be manufactured.Much lIe then built a number of transmitters navigational unit called VERDAN,
has been conjecturedabout and receivers usually an acronym for versatile digital
eventually becoming using them only long enough to differential analyzer. As a finale -
FORTY YEARS SERVICE. .Hor/ey/ Buergey (second from computers self-sufficient enough to judge their performance before to his apprenticeship, he
left) and James E. Cundy recently received/ 40-year pins from master man himself. interest- dismantling them to make some- was sent to the Auto tics Corp-

Capt. J. R. Mackroth, HAS Jax Commanding Officer Copt. ing as an alternate thought is, thing else. oration plant In Anaheim, Cali-
Thomas Washington who Is head of the O&R Dept., where 'What kind of men master the In 1956 at the age of 18 he fornia, for six months VERDAN
both'men are employed observed the presentation.Personnel computers now?' was one of 15 Florida State computer technology training.
There are computer operatorswho winners in the Westinghouse This course included mathematical -
follow prescribed steps and Science Talent SearchContest subjects such as Boolean
O&R produce reports or problem sol and was awarded a one year Algebra, basic concepts of cal-
l
Cited utions. Higher on the scale are college scholarship.He culus, and several numbering
men called "programmers" who studied engineering at the systems; i.e., binary, octal,
bridge the gap between laymen University of Florida for two binary coded Grey Code,and access -
and the computer. They chain years, and perhaps understandably three code. Our familiar
For 40 Years Service together hundreds of small instructions discontinued because of decimal system whichhas servedso

i which the computercan impatience with the emphasis on well for hundreds of years
understand, to make up a social sciences and liberal arts, has had to be replaced by other
I I TWO Overhaul & Repair Dept., aircraft mechanic (general). He "program" guide the machine which to him seemed to pre- numbering systems better suitedto
employees at NAS Jax were honored advanced to the rating of Quar- in analyzing and processing the empt technical subjects during computer design concepts. In
I last Friday when they terman AMG but resignedhis information fed to it. much of the first three years. the binary system one Is 00001,
received their 40 Year position in 1950. Of course, at the top of the After being employed as an two is 00010, three Is 00011, and
Awards from Capt. J. R. Mack- Re employed in 1955 as hierarchy are the scientists and aircraft mechanics helper for a so on. Four times six. in the
roth, Commanding Officer. Production Dispatcher, he was engineers who invent the con- few months, he entered the Naval octal system, equals 30; and six
Recipients of the Navy's promoted to Assistant Pro- cepts and design even faster and Air Station's apprentice training times seven equals 52.
anchor type lapel pin were duction Controlman in 1958, more amazing computing de- program to become an aircraft Feeling that he still had not
James E. Cundy and Harley a position which he currently vices. electronic instrument mechanic.Not mastered his field,Fred enrolledin
Buergey.Mr. holds. But, what kind of a man repairs content with studying one a two year series of computer
Cundy enlisted in the Mr. Buergey who joined the and maintains these ma- thing at a time, while a second programming courses givenafter
Navy In 1920 at the age of Navy in 1922 also worked as chines? One such individual is year apprentice In 1961, he took working hours, in a junior college
16. During the first few an aviation machinist mate 28 year old Frederick Terrible, flight training and pursued this 40 miles from Ills home. He'll
' years of service he held the Employed as anaircraftmechanic a computermech.1nicintheOver- until he was qualified for a multiengine i- complete this training in'June,
rate of. the aviation machinistmate when he came to work at haul and Repair Department of license.In .
'I primarily working on,the, the 0 & R Dept., Mr. Buergey the Naval Air Station, Jackson- his third year as an apprentice 1966.We see now that It takes a
upkeep and maintenance of
.craft air- advanced to the rating of Quar- ville, Florida. He's as at home he and three other elec- pretty good man to master the
engines.
f terman AMG in 1951. After with the workings of a digital tronics experimenters bid $1, computer. But there Is a thought-
In 1942 Mr. Cundy receivedhis ,resigning the next year, he remained computer as a housewife cook- 200.00 for a surplus UNIVAC, provoking note here,too. Toearna
commission as ensign and out of Civil service ing a Sunday dinner. His daily Model 1103, computer. To their living in one trade, this
two years later was promotedto until 1955 when he was reinstated Jargon Is full of such strange surprise, they were the highest young man has mastered several
lieutenant. He later reported at Production lesser
Dispatcher. trades. Without repair-
for duty at NAS- Jax In 1963 he
was advanced to Ing computers he could: Teach
as Executive Officer and En- the position of Production Con- mathematics or electronics;
gineering Officer of the Air- troller (Aircraft) which he
craft repair radios, television sets,
Delivery Unit. presently holds. aircraft radio altimiters,
He served In several other i'Aj ,
aircraft and
,
positions prior to his retirement Both men received their a- other gyro-compasses
electronic aircraft instru-
I from active duty in wards underthe Incentive Awards -
I 1948. Mr. then ments; operate a computer sys-
Cundy entered Program which recognizes both t '
civil service NAS tem; program a computer system
at Jax military and civil service for
where he was employed as an computing total Federal service. ; or an
tern; or pilot an aircraft.
While man's learning ability

It's Worth A Ride ToGreen = I on simple the average jobs are remains being automatedand constant,

the difficult jobs are becoming -
Cove Springs even more complex.


To Save $ $ $ __ Service


It Workers Retire


./ After 47 YearsTwo
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WITH/ RIGHT HAND probe on computer test point, Torrible Employees of the NAS
yA M.w. studies signal on oscilloscope. The computer weighs 78 Cecil Public Works Department
pounds and occupies 1.4 cubic feet; contains 1500 transis retired with a total of 47 yearsof

tors, 10,000 diodes, 670 capacitors, 4500 resistors, and an Mr.Federal Willie Service.P. Shavers who
estimated two miles of wire.
worked as a Water Plant Op-
erator retired with 25 yearsof
service and Mr. Austn M.

WE PROMISETO BEAT ALL SALE SAN JUAN FLORIDA"*NATIONAL BANK Johnson retired with 22 yearsof
AVE. ; :: ( > service. He was Operatorof

PRICES IN ANY NEWSPAPER (Between S!(! (yJf' -;! i,! Jf'!!! 1 LAKE:- SHORE Captain Sewage Disposal S. D. Wright Plant. pre-.

IN FLAOR GA. BRING THIS AD & Roosevelt I I : ap'I'r' < & Blanding) W r'S f '! !i and also presented each retiree
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MAKEUSPRaVEJT! ) __ !1't:___ !-...,., :; with an engraved belt buckle on
behalf of he Civil Service
"Year Bank for COMPLETE Bikini Services" Employees Ass.

CLAYTON REVEtSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH BANKING Monday-Thursday/ HOURS:

Bank SEE US & SAVE Skin and scuba divers are reminded -
Drive-In Tellers 9:00am-4:30pm 9:00flm-200pm: ON YOUR that for every 33 feet
f e AUTO they descend there Is an extra
J Friday lOANBank 14 of to each
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLAPHONEJAX64 pounds pressure
r 900am-200pm square inch of the body. Most
5:00pm-8:00pm Member of FDIC serious and fatal accidents occur
i (miOR264 2417 Drive-In Tellers 9:00om-8:00pm: when divers fail to consider this
t law of physics.
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I. sh Us State Driver's License Regulations < II



(Editors note: This is the erator's license must be secured obtain an operator's license for
It has 'often been said that J. M. Grayblll, AA "It third in the series of informa- immediately if employment Is obtained a period of thirty! days following
to a sailor there are only two doesn't really matter to me whereI tion concerning licensing laws or children entered in his return to the continental
good duty stations, the station get stationed] of 50 states. local school or if a Georgia limits of the U. S.
that he has just left and the one because Ihave license plate is purchased. No
he is about to report to. This always liked to) FLORIDA Required ;r' expires special licensing arrangementsfor
INDIANA Required issued
week "If Ya Ask Us" ;
querried travel and see every two years at end resident servicemen. Gen-
NAS Jax personnel concerning the different pans of birth month. License renewable eral state law applies for both during month of birth valid for
ideal duty station in the Navy.A. of the country. ., upon payment of fee issuance and renewals. two years to end of birth month.
W. Maxwell AOAN I Fee $1.50 renewal $1.50; duplicate
-- "IfI enjoy comparing but without new examination unless -
had my choice I think I would dlf-l i ., ... there is evidence that driver HAWAII -,Required; valid until or substitute $1.50.Writ-
stay right ferent places GRAYBILL may lack qualifications. Fee, revoked. Fee$3.dupllcate.50.Nonresident { ten exam, driving test and eve
where I am. to my hometown." $3, operators for 2 years; $5, is permitted to test are required for orginal
The duty is Ron G. Baker Pfc. -- "Los chaufferur, two yrs. Penalty fee use his current home state op license. Written exam, and eye
easy, the peo- Alamitos, Calif., because the cli- for late renewal, $1. Written erator's license to drive a test only on renewals every
ple I work for mate is ideal.I exam, eyesight and driving test vehicle in Hawaii for 90 days. four must years.be Nonresidents purchased license im-
are swell and have really Nonresident servicemen use
required for original license. may
No
the liberty is enjoyed myselfin Nonresident operator's license home state driver's license for mediately. for special servicemen.licensing

great." Southern honored on reciprocal basis; 90 days after which local General arrangement state law applies for
MAXWELLR
California, be- license must be obtained.
visitor's permit not required.
both issuance and renewals.
C. Mann, AA -- "I've cause it is
ar
However if visitor
a holding a
Servicemen given ,special extension -
only been here short time and ideal location. IDAHO for
currently valid operator's Required ; good
"" -- per- of period of validityfor
I already like My home is mit in some other jurisdiction, 3 years; expires on licensee's
long as four after
it. The people just the BAKER 120 extension for as years
across becomes a resident of Florida, birthday. day into service or until
on base are .. street and I would have a, bet- becomes employed or places Idaho residents out of state on entry
Does
I 30 days after'discharge.
friendly. I feel ter opportunity to finish'college children in school he must securea expiration date; fee. $6; not apply to members of familynot
that I have an ., '. ( in a minimum amount of time. Florida driver's license im- duplicate $1.50. Written exam in military service. '
important re- ; .. I think most men in service would, mediately. Servicemen may eyesight, road sign and drivingtest
sponsibllity'J"' if they had their choice like to renew driver's license without required. Colored photo
be stationed at a place near their examinatiqn or delinquent fee, taken at sheriffs office when
country here at MANN home where they were broughtup. upon presentation within 90 days license obtained. No charge for IOWA Required; expirestwo
NAS Jax. This station has a- I understand that this dream after discharge. License not valid photo. Nonresident's license hon- years from licensee's birthday.
real purpose in supporting the cannot come true for everyone for operation of vehicles after ored on reciprocal basis; (Feb. 29 anniversary regardedas
Navy. You just couldn't find because of the world situation.So Its expiration. visitor's permit not required. occuring on March 1.) May
a better duty station than NAS when orders like Vietnam Idaho driver's license must be be renewed 30 days before
Jax." come in, I just take it the way GEORGIA Required. Mustbe purchased immediately if Idaho birthdate and within 80 days after

John F. Farrell, Pfc. -- "In it must be taken." renewed licensee's birthday residence is established or gain birthdate. and driver's license
my estimation, the (ideal duty K. C. Karianen EM2 -- "Well, each year. Photograph required ful employment is accepted. Per- shall be considered valid during
station would since I was stationed for the after July of 1965. Holders of sons living in state may this. period. An extenSion' will
be a little tropicalisland last 46 months! veteran's license have option of maintain out of state driver's be granted the Department of
located aboard an air- keeping present license with pic- license. Military personnel and Public Safety upon showingof
somewhere 't.i"w craft carrier ture or pay $.50 for pictured their dependents claiming Idaho good cause, for a period of
in the I have a dis- veteran's license. Fee, 2 yr. residence and serving out of not more than six monthsif
beautiful South _HL.:. like for the license, $2.50; 5 yr. license, state may renew by writing temporarily out of state or
\, Sheriff's Office, County of resi- incapacitated. Fee $5, dupli-
Pacific. I ,. sea. I've been \ $5.50; duplicate, $1.50, except
would be the here at NAS for holders of veteran's license. dence, for regular permit. Ex- cate, $2. Written exam, eye- r
only service- FARRELLman Jax for 3 weeks .: '!.ft.: Driving test, eye test and written amination requirement to be sight and driving tests requiredfor
and the only male on this and am beginKARIANEN test required for original! license. completed upon return to Idaho. original license. All applicants -
island hundreds of little, ning to like it. So if I wereto Nonresident is not required to required to passa
among ILLINOIS Required good for satisfactory vision test to
beautiful dark skinned native stay in the Navy I'd like to obtain driver's license for
before 3 years from date of issuance. obtain a renewed license. Other
services stay right here. After a 4 Georgia 30 days, but
women. My special
of Expiring on birth date of licensee.Fee tests optional on part of exam-
driver'slicense
of of year hitch without shore duty must supply proof
,would ,consist'. a Fountain
$3, duplicate $1. Written iner. Nonresident 'operator's
this is great. from another state. Op-
Youth surfboards and tan
sun
'--- exam, driving test and eye test license: I from home state honored.
lotion. My paradise duty stationis required for original license, ''However,' Iowa license must be
only a figment of a Marine'sImagination ,and upon renewal after age 69. purchased immediately If'resi-
but I am sure every I | Nonresident's license honored on dence established in state, or
serviceman would cut off an arm New Books at Library reciprocal basis; visitor's per- nonresident accepts employ-
to it. Anyway, I have received -
get mit not required. If residenceis ment. The expiration date of
my orders to Vietnam for established,Illinois operator's an Iowa license held by a ser-
duty "and am very happy with SOMETHING RICH AND base on the island knew that license must be applied for viceman at the time of entry into
them. STRANGE by Dr. Robert Hurricane Mabel was due to within 90 days. An Illinois service is extended without fee
One third of all family men Schroeder. A marine biologist strike the Island, and from resident who has been serving as for 6 months following honorable
in the United States are without and expert skin diver takes the tragic personal experience he a member of the Armed Forcesof discharge provided servicemanis
individual life insurance protec- reader underwater to observe knew the danger. What Wyatt the United States is exempt not incapcitated.To .
tion. the marvelous spectacle of life couldn't forsee was the turnaround from the requirements to be contined.r .
-- coral reefs and in the ultuous conjunction of forces ..
ocean depths of the Caribbean both natural and man made- ..
and the'Florida Keys. With eight that was about to make Mabel r No Extra Charge For
"Meet of color photographs and his personal hurricane, one
pages
16 pages of black and white that would sweep him either to ;.
photographs, taken by the author. death or glory. i, I
your match!! BAY OF TRAITORS by Garland r LIFE INSURANCE :
'
THE INSIDE PASSAGE by AnRoark.. Romance, intrigue and r {
Should you wait yean to meet thony Bailey. In the age of suspense in the South Seas ,
jet travel and spaceships, this where Dr., Malcom English has
match? Take the
your portunity perfect to establish new friendship op- is a book about a journey so run away from his past, the :S Based On the Amount 1 1Lr
leisurely that It hardly seems practice of medicine and the
NOWI! The computer ha* possible in late 20th century people who have shattered his ;:

IIImrlfhI the social timr barrier America a tranquil, illuminating faith in them. He finds people You Save : .
today, Kcievcc can voyage aboard the sixwho need him on a plague -,
provide xelective introduction passenger ship COASTAL ridden Island, and a doomed

/*. COM/PAIR, the professional WYATT's HURRICANE by Des girl who turns him down. And flf1 Or Borrow. .
international service, mond Bagley. On a lush Carihe survives a near mutiny r: S
programs comprehensive data locating bbean island, a group of four in a storm at sea and an aim-
compatible men and women men and two women find themless period as a gin-soaked
selves caught between a hurricane beachcomber, before he decides r Every Insurable member
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II Toast, But Don't Roast J' :" JaxToHostPal 1. ;>" Pits & Pieces' 1


WASHINGTON, D. C. --(NAV- burn first, so take it easy.
NEWS) -- Summertime can be 2. Use a good suntan lotion.A Week For WomenBy
"The Loveliest Time Of the good lotion contains chemical
Year" -- but, unless you take which partially filters out the
special precautions! you may end rays of the sun which are USO Armed Forces Pal Week Marge Beouchamp
up locking like a "Broiled harmful to the skin. Don't in Jacksonville willbe celebrated
Lobster" and may not particularly use substitutes ( such as engine during the week of May 16 22, Members of .the Navy Wives The Chi Omega Sorority
enjoy your sad plight. oil, cooking oil, etc.); they don't 1966, Rear Admiral Kenneth Club # 86 entertained Mrs.Ken- Alumnae cordially invites all
Summer brings special hazards filter the rays and some Industrial Craig, USN (Ret.), Presidentof neth G. Smith, National Presi- Chi Omegas to join with them
because of the increase in outdoor oils contain additives the USO Council of Jack- dent of the Navy Wives ''Club and participate in their meet-
activities -- camping which are corrosive or toxic. sonville has announced. of America, with a tea last ings and social activities. For
sports, crowded l highways,poisonous 3. Don't be fooled by a Friday at their club house on further information,contact Mrs.
plants home repairs,and cloudy day. Clouds can disperse In citing the worthwhileness the station. The Board of Dir- Gregory R. Deal, 3844719..
yard work. But, one 'thing is the sun so that the sun- of this Pal Day program, Admiral served as hostesses.Mrs. .
common to most of these activi- light is not obvious but they do Craig said, "Withoutany ectors ********

ties -- the sun I not absorb the injurious rays.Bad question, USO Pal Week deserves Leon Conley, Presidentof The regular meeting of Unit
The sun is, the center of cur burns can result from thought- the interest and participation NWC f## 86, will leave Jack- 126, Ladies Auxiliary Fleet
universe it is life giving. But less over on a cloudy of and
exposure every citizen sonville Saturday, May 14, to Reserve Association, willbe heldat
like all nature it is indis- day. member of the armed forcesas attend the Southeast Regional the Fleet Reserve Hall, 7673
criminate. It can be kind and it 4. The sun's rays bouncebackfrom It provides a welcome opportunity meeting at NAS Oceana Vir- Blanding Blvd.,on Thursday May
can be cruel, so we have tojearn sand and water. To pro for the people to ginia, from May 15 18. She 12th, at 8:00 P.M. This is
to use the sun to our advantage; tect against direct rays is extend a friendly hand to the will be accompanied by the following one of the most important
we have to know when we have not enough. military for what these defenders delegates: Mrs. ThomasJ meetings of the year as nomination -
L had enough of it. 5. If you are trying to deve- of democracy are doingto Bennett, Mrs. Jesse Bush. of officers for the com-
t All of us like to get a nice, lop a tan, change your position protect the American way of Mrs. John Lee, Mrs. Paul St. ing year will be made. A meet-
healthy tan but sometimes wecan't frequently so that the exposed life." of officersIs
Andre and Mrs. Wilbert Wagner. ing for the election
wait as we should forit areas of skin receive equal exposure. -
We Various civic clubs will have scheduled for June. All
to develop.
to
try get
May 14th will be the 19th members are strongly urged to
it too quickly and, as a result, 6. Remember that "when service personnel as their
of this busy club. attend both meetings. ,
we frequently end up with pain- the skin begins toprickle"your've luncheon guests, churches are anniversary
A luncheon to celebrate the anniversary Branch and Unit 126 will
ful burns. If you are a suntan had more thane no ugh sun! being asked to extend a
enthusiast, 1 keep these things in Get into the shade immediatelyand special welcome to those in will beheld on Thurs hold Memorial Day Services on
mind. apply a soothing lotionor uniform on Sunday, May 22nd day May 12, at the club Monday May 30, at 11:00 A.M.
cream. and individual citizens are house. Happy anniversary Girls! The committee is making plans
asked extend home The next meeting is scheduledfor which they will announce at the
1. Get your suntan gradually. 7. Sunburn is as dangerousas being to
I May 25th at 7:30 P.M.at next Unit and Branch meeting.
Start with a short exposure to any other burn; similar pre- hospitality to these young peo-
the sun of rot more than 15 cautions should be taken to ple away from home In service, the club house. All membersare Additional information will be
minutes at first and gradually avoid infection. Admiral Craig further com- urged to attend. published when available.

I extend the time. As your 8. Excessive exposure to the mented. __,- -
skin toughens it can stand more sun, even when a tan has been
sum Remember, in order to attained, can cause prematureskin Anyone interested in this
tan, your skin must actaully aging. program can contact USO head-
quarters, 318 N. Ocean Street,
SAVESFRED Jacksonville or phone 354-2104. ,
Cooperating with USO In 1 < '.
DAVIS this program are the commanding -
officers and Public

BUYCK-PO IAC Information Officers at the
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various bases in the Jackson- Nt4
MC TRUCKS ville area and Fleet Air Jacksonville -
OMEN COY SPRINGS .

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DELEGATES. Six/ NWC86 members will/// represent their
:i Week At Orange Park Plaza branch at the Southeast Regional Navy Wives/ Club of America

: Meeting at Oceana, Virginia. They are: Mrs. Wilbert Wagner;
; Mrs. John Lee; Mrs. Leon Conley, President/ of NWC86; Mrs.
Paul St. Andre; Mrs. Thomas Bennett; and Mrs. Jesse Bush

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ii :: McNamara Gives OK To NDSMDefense

Secretary Robert S. McNamara has directed awardof
the National Defense Service Medal to armed forces personnel
for honorable active service performed anytime after Dec.

t, x, s 311960.An amended DOD directive has been issued furnishing guidanceto
s service secretaires. Each service will prescribe regulations
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( Persons not eligible are short tour Reserve component mem-
NOW Complete Clothing Care bers fulfilling training obligations under an inactive duty training
program; anyone on temporary duty to serve on boards courts,
0 In One Location etc.; those on active duty solely for J physical examination; or anyoneon
active duty for other than extended active duty.
D Coin Laundry a Finished Laundry An official said this does not bar awarding the medal to any
Reserve component member, who, the
during
f o Coin Dry Cleaning Shirt Finishing ,; earns the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal eligibility or the Vietnam period
Service Medal.

01 HourProfessionaiDry Cleaning Such persons shall be considered tobe performing active service,

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.; service after June 26, 1950 and before July 28, 1954. No cutoff
::: date has been announced under the new policy.

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MOVIES_ Club Schedules ,,


Movies at the NAS Sax Theatrewill ,yv.,;n1} yJ\v} iri' !tt, ;h71 K'Wp'A}k 4}.kh'.wn ,J
be shown regularly at 6 and HAS X
8:15 p.m. Monday through, "0" CLUB ThIs EM CLUB -The special tonight
Friday Sam
is "Chicken
a Dinner" for $.50.
In addition to the Ross
Saturday. will
provide the .
dance Tonight is also 1.{;:}
game night. Friday -
two evening shows there will music with JohnnyJellnek
shar
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March Wilson and the
be a matinee ar 2 p.m. on ing the spotlight Saturday.Tuesday "Red C..oats"
will be
performing. -
Saturday. Sundays and holidays.The is foreign dish
Hospital Theatre will have ing night featur- Charlie King will be the Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company.
foreign treats from many 3649 Philips Jacksonville, Florida
feature 7 guest entertainer on Saturday. Hu/y. 32207. to arrive
one weekly at p.m. lands. Wednesday Is Fried Sunday the entertainment will not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday -
Cecil Field will have two shows Chicken night. feature Phil Cay and band Ads arriving too late: for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the week at 5:30 and 8 Happy Hour following week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise -
will be
held
p.m. Matinees will be shownon CPO CLUB This on A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Friday Monday
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. the music will be Tuesday and Wednesday be received WITH the copy for the ad,
from
provided by 5 to 6 p.m. There will
Mark Castle and on Saturday be
Thursday, May 12 the "Sophist! Kats will be special entertainment on DO NOT SEND CASH

the entertainment. Mark Castle Tuesday Price and evening featuring Mel RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
NAS Genghis Khan Omar again will provide the dancing Beacon the Club Santa is Fe open Rangers.The dailyat Per additional lin. ((4 words p.r line). ? .-.oisO
Shjriff Stephen Boyd
music
on Sunday. 11:30 a.m. for the sale of
Hospital: Irma La Couce -
sandwiches and refreshments.
Jack Lemon Shirley Ma'cLaine ACEY DUCEY CLUB
John HYDE PARK AREA: Fum 2 TEMPORARY HELP NAVY
:
C. Field'en Women "
Arnold 4" will be CPO CLUB
Anne Bancroft Sue Lyon' this performing Friday's specialswill BR house except. clean all elec dependents Stenos, typists key-
Friday the be
at club. lobster
On a dinner for$2.25
$75.
kit furn
water no
pets. punch operators, bookkeepers,
Saturday Vern Henderson will and a T bone steak for 155.
Friday May 1 73 month. 389 6938 floral designers temp assign.As .
9 provide the dancing music. Sat- Sunday there will be a fried are available. TEMP-
you
NAS Charade Gary Grant- urday Charlie Jay along witha chicken special for $.85 SWDSPECIALIZING ORARY TALENT 1130 ACL
: special floor show featuring for adults, and$.50 for children.The IN HOMES FOR Bldg. 356-0753
Audrey Hepburn
Aleck and Elmer will be the band for the weekend will MILITARY PERSONNEL. Con-
Hospital The Nanny Betty
Davis Wendell.Craig entertainment. Game night is be the "Moonlighters", accompanied vient to NAS and Cecil Field. SINGER,' DIAL 0 MATIC .
C. Field What --DallahLavi every Sunday and Tuesday. by Martha Seeker for Nothing down to military personnel console model sewing,machine .,
Christopher Lee'SaturJay your vocal entertainment. Mon- with 2 or more years active Zigzags button holes, fancy designs -
BLUEJACKETS INN Jimmy day the bar only will be open. duty. Call Page Aspinwall USN etc. Sold new for over,

May 14 Strickland will provide the musicto Wednesday is game night. (ret), representing Naval Per- $300. Must sacrifice just pay
dance to this Thursday. Phil sonnel for Stockton Whatley & bal. $62 or assume ,$8 month

NAS Zorba The Greek An- Cay on FridayandMarch Wilson USO NOTES Davin, call 771 1241'' or 356- payments. Will take older machine -
thony Quinn Alan Bates: will be doing the entertainmenton 7371. in trade. Call 3531946'anytime.
HospitalGenghis Khan-Omar Saturday. Sunday The Holidays USO NOTES 318Nonh Ocean .

Shariff, Stephen Boyd will appear with the Crescendos Street Special events this weekat
C. Field Irma La Douce- on Monday. Lonnie the USO Include Homemade PENSACOLA HOUSE FOR RENT: RENT OR SELL: 2,3 AND
Vessel providing the music BR 4 BR, 2 B Homes. Wide selec
Jack Lemon Shirley MacLaine Goodies Night on Thursday and with option to buy 4' 2
Tuesday. Game night is every Friday a Good Luck Party will B. swim pool. 4 lots conv. tion. DUKE LOSTUMBO, Bkr.

Sunday, May 15 Wednesday. be held from 8 to 11 p.m. Sat- schools & NAS Call owner 771-0374
HAS CECIL urday nights feature is the 264 6884.

NAS Lilith Warren Beatty Platter Party" and Sunday's refreshments REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL-
Jean Seberg ORF A "Steak Dinner" with \'esperswillbe at TATION advice. 7 days a week.
Hospital Charade Cary all the trimmings will be held the Grace Chapel Parish. FOR SALE: BETTER THAN Homes for sale $100 Down.

Grant Audrey Hepbqrn Friday May 13 beginning at The movie, Stagecoach will be new 4BR 2B, carpet, drapes Equities No Qualifying. Rentals -
C. FieW Tte Nanny'- Betty 1900. Entertainment will feature"GInger" shown starting at 7:30. On fenced yard many extras. pay- Homesite Lots Acreage
Davis Weui-11 Craig on the keyboard. Price Monday it will be featured Co- ments $131.70 Mo. Central heat Investments. WALTER T.BOWDEN -
will be $5.00 per couple. For ed Party and Tuesday is Game & Air. BOWEN REAL .EST, Reg. Broker USN Retired.

Monday, May 16' reservations call extension 275. Night at the USO. Realtor 384-1376 384-1376

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NAS -' Winter A Go Go CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSION: FOR SALE: In Huntington Con-

James Stacy,:Jill Donahue Inlet, Marina 1965 Comet 2Dr HT, 6 cyl., venient to NAS& Cecil 3BR
Hospital lZorb.1)be Greek brick rambler '2 B LR
13,000 miles., $1650. 1964Plymouth Sep.
AnthonYQuiJ11"-Al.1: B3teS.. t. .,: ;, AND BOATYARD : ., Belvedere HT 18,000' ,DR, paneled family room with
C. Field> Genghis Khan Eat, in kitchen with
MERCURY 0 MERCRUISER' miles, one owner. $1595. 1964 .fireplace -
Omar h.1rfff'! Stephen Boyd Chevrolet 2 Blscayne',33OOO;, GE appliances, Central heat

FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS miles clean,original car $1450. & air, double garage, Fenced

Tuesday, May 17 1965 Plymouth Fury 3, 4 Dr., -back yard. Call 771-9413.--
Boats HT, 14,000 miles, one owner car. ---
NAS -' Tom Jones Albert : SalesServiceStorageLarge MUST SELL: BAR BQUE REST-
$2300.phone Jax Ext. 8507
Finny Suzanne York
: AURANT due "to other interest

Hospital Lllith Warren Selection-New & Used Rigs APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN Ideal business 'for retired or a-
Beatty, Jean eberg bout retire busi-
to Navy couple,
HOMES, ORANGE PARK REALTY ..
C. -Genghisthan Omar .
ness will pay for itself in short
17 Orange Park 264.9835 264-2411 ,
Hwy.
Shariff Stephen Boyd time. Experience not necessaryas

Wednesday, May 18 1964 PONTIAC LEMANS: I will train you. Call 733-1515

will trade for good second car.

Dean NAS Jones- The Suzanne Ugly Dachshund Pushette- mss:: : ::::;:;::sf-w:::: : :::: ::::.:.:.:.:.::::::=:=:= :::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::x:: :::: Call Lt Jg. Clark, VA 45 Cecilor LOT FOR SALE, : 1/2 ACRE
388-9764 high & 'dry. in Ridgewood near
Hospital Winter A Go Go -, DESERVED SEATS NOW AT BOX-OFFICE OK. BY MAIL Blanding Blvd. beyond Orange

James Stacy Jill DonahueC. Park High School. Ideal for home
Field Charade Cary ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MOVIES EVER MADE! FOR SALE: 25,000 BTU or trailer phone & elec. lines

Gram Audrey Hepburn -life Western Auto Air Conditioner, this lot has been surveyed staked
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Saturday Matinee East Of Winner otMBRHXXIXVYNMAYER from owner desirable terms.
Sudan Anthony Quayle Sylvia" RENT: OCEANFRONTVACATION HOMER J. CUSTEAD 264-9446
Syms plus Monster and The 6' HOUSE. 2 BR, by weekor
Ape (Chapt 9) month. 771-8161 after 5:30. .
Academy MUST SELL: RIVERFRONT

USO MILITARY BALL Awards HOME. 2 Story 4 BR, large LR,
DR, Kit., 2 1/2 B, Irg. family
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR
:
Wednesday, May 18 the Jack- 3 BR trailer.. 3 BR 2 B, house. Boat room. 18x44 300'Fla. Bonded lot Pool
,
slip deep priced
sonville USO Club will hold 4544 S. Lane Ave.phone 771-4770 '
sell. EV9-2105 389-7253
its to or
annual 'Military Ball"at
the Garden Club corner of

Riverside Avenue and Post Street r FOR RENT: 1BR HOUSE $60,
from'8to12P.M.' FURN HOUSE: ORANGE PARK;
water furn. 5433 Learning St.
Music will be furnished by 387-3467 2 BR, air cond cent heat, soft
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- water. EV8-9886 or 354-4903

tion Dance Band under the direct .
A. ,..
ion of Bandmaster David y '
Blair MUG. t "i. NOW OPEN

The ball will start off witha AMPONTI( ) PRODUCTION
grand march under the direct- ( Pts .rJ /Oil
ion of Mr. Nathan L. Mallisonof FILM 'V
LEAN'S
the Jacksonville Recreation DAVID OF BORIS PASTERNAKS C7"


Department.Later in the. evening, a special DOCTOR ZHilAGO owNed I operated by N. L. D imiii' | USH/Ret.

presentation will be made to.

the USO Junior Volunteer who (OOWDINE OMJN JULIE CHRISTIE-TOM roJRTENAY Special This Week! Y
will be formal attire and all
NE&) 'SOBHAN W JNA-RALPH raOWDSON
servicemen are required to NEe(GJ

wear their uniform for admis- OMR SMFIASZHN1G)1( ROD STEIGER RITA lUS11N1WdIiCllFI'UUII' \ FREE
sion to the dance.Refreshments .
In' t CTPo.Y
will be served ROBERT BOLT DAVID LEAN.wwnsnr wwocouw 1 QT. OF Charcoal Lighter Fired

and a special entertainment
program is scheduled during the OPENS WEDNESDAY MAY 18 at 2 P.M. .
with purchase of 10
evening festivities. HAD SHOW ENCACtMENT .OX OtHCt MIll OMIT l A.M.-11 IMXM UMMYM or more.
Invitations have been extended .tin.tf Every Wtf, Sets Sun 2 p.m.
Xrcnlngt Ev.nry Hi4ht i ..... gals of gas
to the school girls ,
various high ,
5 M.t.. Wed., s.t., 5ulI. $1.50
who are graduating and other : CrMiingi Man. thru Thun. 1.7S Reid Service Fill 011 Servke
girls' organizations and clubs y.nlng' FrL, $.'./ Sun. HI*. 2.00
for their members to attend as lpls JACKSONVILLE AIK ST. Ticket I.fofm.H.n C.II JSS.S. 1651 HANDING ILVD. 3M42tf

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FINISH COURSESThe under new legislation expandingthe
be
JROTC program will V y
I following Aviation Detach activated May 17 at Jesuit High t /

II ment Marines have completed School, New Orleans, Louisiana
the courses Indicated at John's by General Wallace M.Greene
River Junior College: Jr., Commandant of the Marine
Cpl. John F. Barczak, Introduction Corps.:
w to Data Processing; The Secretary of the Navy
I II Cpl. William V. McDaniel Eco- authorized activation of the"Ma
M nomicis I and LCpl. Jimmy W. rine Corps Oriented" unit
Miracle, English I. under the provisions of the
Pfc. George T. Meyers passedthe ROTC Vitalization Act of 1964.
I I USAFI College ,Comprehensive NJROTC instructors will be
Test and Pfc.'s George A. retired officers and noncommissioned -
Kuczero, Jimmy W. McBride, officers of the Marine -
Jon T. Brenard and Michael C. Corps: who are qualified for PURPLE HEART-LCpI. Robert
t"t"J
b McLaughlin passed USAFI's High teaching positions. Schools will N. Burgroff, wounded in
,. School General Educational De- hire 'retired personnel and pay the left leg by a mortar round
'0 : I velopment Test.Completing the difference between an instructor during/ sweep and destroy operations -
," 's retired and the
I USA F I correspondence pay
.t r of his active duty near ChuLal, wears
equivalent pay
; : 1 courses were SSgt.
: I the Purple Heart Medal he
j j'N' James A. Patrick, Auto Mech- and allowances. The Departmentof
: anics III and SSgt. Orvalle M. the Navy will in turn reim- was awarded here 'last week
r Domer, History of U. S. I. burse the school for one half by ,Major/ B. Lubka, CO, Marine -
; FIRST DONATION. Marines/ attached to the Marine Bar SSgt. Jerry M. Soderllng this difference. Barracks. LCpl. Burgroffsaid

racks at HAS Jax made the first donation fo the 1966 Navy completed the Marine Corps Institute Current call for to that lust a few minutes
Drive 1st Lt. J. C. Short III Marine Barracks Operations plans up he wounded he
Relief Campaign ; course on 10 "Marine Corps: Oriented" after was was
Guard Officer, presented the donation to RAdm. H. H. Against Guerilla Forces. NJROTC units at widely dispersed being flown by Marine Corps

Caldwell?: ComFairJax at the Drive's/ Kick-off Luncheon, schools across the helicopter to the battalionaid
May 4. WIVES' CLUB United States over the next two station.
years. These schools will be occupational fields and MOSs has
The Enlisted Marine Wives
announced at a later date. announced in
been Headquarters

I Support Navy Relief ] held Monday their, May business 2nd. Evelyn meeting Fleck on Similar JROTC programs Marine Corps Bulletin 1141.In .
active
order to return to
announced 120 hours of work
which are Intended to assist
Reserve personnel must:
duty
has been done for Navy Relief -
high school students indevelop- Be physically qualified for
by the club members and
encouraging
lug patriotism a active duty.
anyone desiring to helpsew high sense of personal honor *
Agree to remain on active
layettes for the hospital please and conduct, and instilling discipline
of
duty for a period two years.
contact ,Evelyn Fleck at 388-
are planned by the Army, Extensions beyond maybe granted -
0369.
The hospital pany held Tues- Air Force and Navy. by CMC (Code DP).
Have been released from
day May 10th was a huge suc-
cess and enjoyed by all the STUDY TEAM active duty less than four years
patients and club members as from the date of application for
j well. There will be a rumage The U. S. Office of Educationhas recall or must have maintainedskill
(i sale held at NATTC and plans named the System Development proficiency through civilian;

will be announced at a later Corp., Santa Monica,Callf., employment.
date. There, will be a, Red to investigate the potentialuse Be'a staff sergeant or above
Cross worker as our guest 'of 'retiring mUitary,' er- and in I one 'of the occupational
speaker at our C next meetingon sonnel in state vocational and fields/MOSs listed. .
May 16 at 8 p.m., Bldg. technical education programs.A The occupational fieldsare
study team will survey a 02. 04,18.25,28 (formerly
400.Soap and old magazines are sample of enlisted and officer 26 and 27)) 59, 64, 65. 66, 67,
being collected to send to VietNam personnel to see whether their 68, and 70.
so bring them to the next military background qualifies The 39 critical MOSs are:
meeting or call Mrs. Loraine them for positions in schools and 0111, 0141 0369 0811, 0848
I Furuseth and the items can be colleges as Instructors, counselors 0849 1371, 1381. 1391 2131.
,. picked up at house. If anyone or administrators. 2139 2149 2311. 2336. 3041
3061, 3071, 3091, 3095, 3121.
desires a ride to our next meet- Using a system analysis, the
ing or any information, please study will develop a method for 3211, 3349 3371, 3421 3461
call Mrs. Furuseth at 264-2948. fitting occupational and instruct 3471 3516 3537, 4061. 4071.
ional 'skills and experiences of 4081, 4091. (formerly 0171)),
4p 4 jI retiring military personnel into 4312, 4313. 4631, 4671. 4691.
CORPS ROTC available positions indicated by 5711 and 7113.
state vocational education agen-
The first "Marine Corps Or- cies. HEW DUTIES/

iented" Naval Junior Reserve The Marine Corps has announced -
Officer Training Corps unit, and VIETNAM VETS that Major General

I the first JROTC established Military personnel who have Ralph K. Rottet former Deputy
served In Vietnam have been Commander, FMFLant, 'has assumed -
urged to examine their W 2 new duties as Headquarters -
i' Headquarters Company income tax withholding statement Marine Corps Liai-
.,; JI6Illain carefully.Officials. son Officer (OP 09M) Officeof
\ say that combat the Chief of Naval Oprations.As .
< for 150,000 FLORIST zone pay -- which Is tax free-- previously announced,
may not have been excluded from Major General G. S. Bowman
Floral Services
Complete their total taxable income in Jr. will assume duties as De-
f : servicemen a year ORCHID CORSAGE? all cases. Such errors are puty Commander FMFLant in
We Grow Our Own! particularly apt to occur incasesof J unc.
Household Finance helps all kinds of servicemen those who served in Vietnamon In his CNO post General

-,1; with all kinds of money needs: paying Buy Direct g] temporary duty status. Rottet replaces Brigadier Gen-
j and Save
eral FrankE.Garretson
whohas
,i.n'r. bills and instalment contracts, going on VOLUNTARY RECALL been designated as Director of

I leave, covering everyday shopping needs- 6237 llu Jit| llvd Voluntary recall of Fleet Ma- Information Headquarters Ma-

1 or big purchases-like a better car. When Pfc>M 771-3535 rine Corps Reservists to fill rine Corps. He In turn replaces
!
._ you need money for any good purpose-see critical shortages in certain Colonel Paul M. Moriarty, who
I HFC-the company that satisfies 150,000 -.- .. ... .--- has been interim Director of Information !
since the detachmentIn
I : ) .servicemen a year. I HANDINGItVD.37f 4 HELD OVER February of Brigadier General I

Arthur H. Adams.
I: i \ Borrow up to $600 Colonel: Moriarty will remainas
THEATRE Deputy Director of Information.
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W The RiggingBy Jay's Shell..



Lt. P. E. Thtbodeau 10-6 7-0 .\


At the Navy Jacksonville SailIng the photographer and editor for The Jax Navy "Filers" meta t ,'
Club monthly meeting held this article visited the NJSC strong Jay's Shell Station team it ,
last week, many Items of general during the Winter Series Sail last Friday, but came through .,
interest were brought up for off and took pictures, etc. Be with good pitching and strong x
action by the members. Severalof sure and get it, you may see hitting to take both games of,the ': a)
the more Important were the yourself there.Contacted Y1 YJjUS double header -- 10 6 'and

following: Andy Anderson, 7-0.- : '
1. Navy'DayRegattathepriliminary Boating Editor for the Fla. Don Stewart of 0 & R was the ,;
planning ,committee Times Union and he Indicatedthat winning pitcher of the first'game 1':'
reported and heads of they he would like all the sailing with a three hitter. '
essary committees ( as news we can give him. Will Armsby of VW 4 got the big 1 h
race, publicity, food, traffic, do! Now, with a little T. V. hit of the game when he connected ;
etc.) were picked to begin the coverage, we should pretty well for a double with the'.
actual plans for the regatta: Plans have just about all the publicity bases loaded Armby's hit broke ] .
will be firmed up for presentation we can stand. THAT EXTRA PUSH. .The Marine Barracks won last year's the 6 6 tie, enabling the Fliers '
to Capt.Mackrothby the June SALTY SEZ: An ole salt to move ahead. : :t r.h
Intiamurol Track & Field/ Meet with the determination/ shown '
meeting. The regatta tentativelywill practices his boat handling as by this team member. The Marines to fielda Other hits in the first game
are again
be held on Oct. 22. a matter of but expected '
them
course of came from Don Jackson of,Communications ;,
Summer Racing Since strong squad for the May 18th meet, and lts thought that
2. ye as are tadpoles In this with 3; and,Willie ?
there Is no Trl-Club Series sailing 'ave a lot ter lam. Book competition will Be close. Miller, NATTC; Frank'Hicks, ..'..,.
this summer It was proposedthat larnin' kin be a lot o' help VP 5: and Fred Klomanri;:Hospital ;..:::"
the club hold a series of urn yer serious about sailing, all of whom connected for } 4-
informal events to give the new but some It 'as to be seasoned two hits. One of Klomanrj's' hits
members and crews a chanceto with experience. Take a sail with was a triple. : ;"
"
take the helm. 'Included In some o' the club's old shell '' :r:
the schedule will be some novelty backs an' watch their style o1 Big John Utt1etmofNAtTcs .
such as: a treasure hunt, doing things. A little gammin' AE School stayed! ahead:bf the ;
female ,skippers only, and so session down at the clubhouse Shell batters In the second game, : ,
Sounds like fun. could allowing ,only one hit in 6 In-"
forth. help ye out a lot. They'sa !
3. Family Facilities The reason these swabs nings. Although Jay's erection of a fenced In play- come In at the head o'consistantly their racing ComSix Teams Place 1 1st collected another'' hit off, relief ..'
yard with ,some play facilities for classes. pitcher Ray Meadows of ;
ComFalrJax they failed to'score .:.1
children was discussed as a There will be a SPECIAL '
means of making the club more MEETING fortheNJSCmembers As Regional Conclude any runs. t.j"!:. .

attractive as a family activity. this coming Tuesday. See youthere Top batters in,the second game ::4
'
Sandy Thibodeau will persue this . with two hits each were: Willie r, '
'
and prepare a plan. The South Atlantic Regional Among the women's team that Miller, Frank Hicks: DuelChlnn, ;. '
4. New Club Boat The commodore U-COHTROL MEETINGThe Bowling Tournament ended continued to All Navy were VP 5; and Tommy Thomas, ?
announced that the last week with both the men's three representatives from, the Air Ops. ..;.
Marina Manager has asked for Jax Navy U Control and women's teams from the Sixth Naval District. The top '
$4200.00 for the purchase of Model Flying Club will hold a Sixth Naval District placing five bowlers were: V. Armstrong The Fliers are now 4-2
either two day sailors or a meeting on Monday May 16 first in their division. Com Six (Charleston .- for the season, having dropped .
small cruiser. In any case, In the Model room of the NAS For three-day tournament, ); L. Core, Com Eight; their opening double -.t.header ,
it (Is desired that the boats) Hobby Shop. Interested Model the men's team finished ,with a M.,Carr, Com Six (Pensacola) to.Bobbins AFB. This coming .
have:minimum ends Ing facllites, Flyers are urged to attend this total pinfall of 16,380, while M. Hatch' Com Five; (land M. Friday ( May 13)) they will ;
i.e. at least, 2 bunks,"ahead, meeting. Plans are being madeto the women led their divi- Clark Com -' ,Six',?(Memphis). travel to Cecil Field for double ,; ,
and a good sized( 'cockpit': This hold a."Balloon Bust",In the sion with 15,070. High'',.games 'during the',last header against the Raiders who ,
:'will alsp, be.another'. item of 'very near future, plans are also Barb Mlskec'of'' the Navy day of'the tournamaet; went;' to they, downed*,at "their(. last ,;II'
inducementfor a family activity.The In the making to have some fancy Finance Office who"represented Burke:; 'of Com .Eight fcwlth encounter played ,at: Mackroth "
Board of Governors and exhibition flying put on by a NAS Jax at the tourna- a 257, and Armstrong. "of,Com. Field. 'The. game Is scheduledfor ;
members are requested to sub- local Flying Club. This should ment was plagued by splits Six with a 21?. 7 p.m. ,1ii ft
mit suggestions to the Commo- to be very Interesting as on the last day of bowling.Mlskec ,
prove ___
dore concerning the class who was the 1965 All- .
or
type
Informative the local
well as to
of boats( ) desired. Modelers here at NAS. Navy woman's champion finishedthe ii: :#/!.,,,,,,'. f f'f

5. Club Decals Patches- For further Information con- tourney In sixth place with .......\. .'j'... .';Il. '
A design settled and 2969 pins. .I" .
was upon tact Mr. H. C. Osburn ext. ;/ .
ordered It is planned that the 8378, NAS Hobby Shop from 1000- The top five bowlers In each .. \ A" '", -c,
;
decals and division continued on to the All- I" "J
possibly the patches ,
1800 Monday thru Friday.If J1" '"
will be given to new members asa Navy Bowling Tournament at ://1 \ ;: .. f\:
part of their Initiation fee. San Diego. The tourney got ..
Extra items will probably be a heavily-loaded car seems underway yesterday.The .
sold at cost.Feceived easier to steer than usual,you'vegot five men sent to repre-
a call from RADM too much weight In back of sent the Southeast area were:
Rotrig, Chaplin Corps, in Wash- the rear axle and less actual M. Burke, Com Eight, E. SMNBtHAlUPARTMENTSr .
ington concerning the Navy steering control. Redistributethe Matzelle, Com Ten; C. Pierce,
latching Association of the British weight by putting some of Com Six (Pensaoola):C.Coles,
Navy to promote Sailing asa the heavy items farther forward. Com Eight, and J. Wiacek,
sport and recreation. They Com Ten.
presently have under their wing
the San Francisco Bay Area Sail-
Ing Assn., the Washington, D. C. ;
Sailing Assn. and a group in YOUR WEST JAX'S NEWEST & MOST MODERN Y

London, England., Admiral Rot-
,APARTMENTS. CONVENIENTLY
rig is forwarding all the Information ,.
on the NYA to me tniDASMAN LOCATED NEAR 10TH BASES. kx

and, as. soon as I receive It, :,
I'll pass on the dope to you. Only Mlii. To Cecil & HAS

Look for write ups on the KNOWS ALL THE
NJSC sailing activities In future ANGLES ONMUFFLERS 71 UNITS 1,2,13 Bedroom Aits.
Issues of Yatchlng .'. I have ty RIGHT
been In touch with Frank Ture, FURN.orUNFURN. ni fflcl.icy .,Is.
who
writes the N. Fla. boating
column, and he will be giving
! sailing In the lax area a boost. : ALL APTS. HAVE: >
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1\\1 I HAS Jax Intramural Scoreboard. I MID-STREAM I I
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k "?/', 't,BOWLING' National League Tuesday, May 3 by Mark W/nfers/ _

.'( 't\," ,National. League Rejects 4 Devicers, 0, ?;' Nanu, 12 A/C Maint, 10 ,':
CPO's Spartans NFO, 2 ':, 0&R,3-Comm.,7 Every Saturday NBC broad- given up a homerun in 96 consecutive -
'7 Rejects ,r '"0 ", 33 32' 11 White Hats, 4 Galley 1,0. CFJ, 14 VW 4, 8 ,_ casts the "Game of the Week", innings. Willie broke
Chiefs 12 CPO's, 4 Lucky 7,0 Medics, 5 Weap, 15 and last week's'was surely that. his streak with a hit that sailed I,
NFO 28 16 Riggers, 2 Mixers, 2 VAP 62, 14 MARTD, 4 The Los Angeles Dodgers (pre 380-ft. into the opposite field.
Hurricanes 27 17 Darters, 3 Cat 5's, 1 sently 5 games out of first Every fan knew it was gone when
Neptunes 23 17 Hurricanes 0 Chiefs 4 .I"t Wednesday, May 4, slammed the Cincinnati Reds they heard that familiar crack.
23 17 Mec-a-nicks,0-Sky War "A", 4 14 2, to break a four game
Cat 5's 25 19 Admin, 11 VP 30, 1 **.*..*.
Neptunes, 3 Aewron "B", 1 loosing streak.
Riggers 25 19 Marine Gd, 16 FAW 11, 8
Sky Warr"A'White Alley Cats,.2 Doctors, 2 VP-5,17-VP-45,7 Having caught only the last
22 18 half when the Dod- Cleveland Shortstop Larry
and
inning a
Hats Afees, 9 679t11, 14
DartersMecanlcks 21 19 Continental League gers ,added two hits to their Brown will probably be out
21 19 total 1 it must have been positively the rest of the season after his
Spartans :', 21 23 Druthers, 1 -, Molarolas, 3 0' Thursday, May 5 boring to anyone who viewed 4thinning collision with team-
I 19 21 Tipplers, 0 Toppers, 4 Leon Brown suffered -
7' O & the entire game. Every Dodgerin mate Wagner.
Lucky : R. 11 1
20 24 Supply
Spoilers, .5 Desk Jockeys, 3.5 the line up got at least a fractured a skull when
Device MixersDoctors 19 25 Torch Pots, 1 King Pins, 3 CF, 15 A/C Maim, 10 one base hit including a double he and Wagner collided while
J. Medics, 6 Comm, 25
19 25 BB Stackers, 2 Detters 2 for The Indians
by relief pitcher Ron Per- trying a pop fly. -
*
: VAP 62,10 VW-4, 0
19 25 Galley 3 4 Hard 0 ; Y
Hats
1Aewron 7,*1 ranoski which brought in two went on to win over the
Galley Mand. 10 Weap, 4
15 29 Chiefs, 1 Thunderheads, 3
"$" runs.. Yankees, 2 to 1.
Cats 6 38 Griffins, 3 Airmen, 1 GOLF Nate Oliver who relieved Jim The Yankees lost'the next day
Alley 6 38 Moonllters, 3 Pizzans, 1 Lefebrve at second base madea 4-0, with Dick Howser at
1 Continental League Mix Masters, i -SkyWarr"B",3 National League play worth mention when he shortstop and Chuck Hinton in

1 Mix Masters. i 28 16 American League 679th AF 6' 0 stabbed a ball, got in some left field for the Indians. The
Pizzans 27.5 16.5 with someersault Yanks have been shut -
r VP 30 "B" 5.5:5: gymnastics a out
:"
Airmen 27 17 Cannon Cockers, 4 Eagles, 0 Nanu"A"jfcv4'5' 1.5 to make the play at first. 3 of their last five games and
''
b LA. Desk Jockeys 24.5 19.5 Namtd, 1 Play Boys, 3 Hosp. "B" 4.5 1.5 When the dust had settled the held scoreless of 17 consecutive
Spoilers 24.5 19.5 Pelicans, 1 -,, Electrons, 3 Nanu "B" ? 5. 2 Scoreboard read 14 runs' off innings.
Galley 3 22 18 Cloak & Dag, 2 Supply, 2 A/C Maint. 4 ;" 3 ;, 16 hits and no errors for the With records like this and a
Chiefs 24 20 Phantoms, 3 Flag Staffs, 1 Darters 1 .... 3 Dodgers. The Reds 2 runs off ninth place berth in the league
Thunderheads 24 20 Mad Foxes, 4 ,- Marine Bks, 0 Ficeur'U 1.5E 4.5 : 3 hits and 2 errors. A very they led for so many years,
Druthers Sparks, 3 Alley Katz.l.NCO's .;,, ,
24 20 '.' Supply '1:- -1 6 boring way to spend an after- the management decided that ther
Toppers 23 21 4 Trainers 0 Faetu Gold .5 5.5 noon even for a Dodger fan. must be some answer. Their
Molarolas if 20 20 Aewron "A", 0 Pro's, 4t': Air Ops .5* 6.5 solution was to fire Johnny
Torch Pots r ,... 21 23 American ******** Keane ( or did he resign 1)) and
League
j King Pins 19 21 SOFTBALL : .. :,Jo bring down Ralph Houkfrom the
/
t BB Stackers 20 24 '. FAW-11 r' e'" '.'' 1' ,Willie Mays knocked out homer front office. It seems that Keane
American
/
Detters ,', 19.5 24.5 League Pelicans S 5' 1 #512 to break Mel Ott's NL re- did not have very good u ach-
S. War., "B" 15 21 Admin 5. '" 0 VP-5 51 2 cord. The hit came in the game player relationships, while Houk
Hard Hats 17 27 VP-5 ,' 4&",''' I'' Weapons ,\; '4.5 1.5 against the Dodgers which San Is i well liked by the New York
TipplersGriffins 17 27 Hosp. 1 ,. 3 Hosp "A" *: '".5.5 2.5 Francisco went on to win squad.
15 25 Marine Gd. 3 2 VP 30 MA" .4 3 6-1. Mays got #512 off
Moonliters 16 28 679th AF ****.***
2 : ..,. 2 VAP 62 1.5 1.5 Claude Osteen who had not
American League VP 30 2 2 Faetu Blue 2 5
,
Cloak & Dag. 33 7 Faetu i 3 Comm 1 7 NATTC Sports Standings I
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Mad Foxes ,33 7 Afees 1 3 CFJ 0 6
I t 31 13 VP-45, 1 3
.1 BOWLING/
'Ops GOLF
FAW 11
Air 27 13 0 4
Sparks679th 26 14 VP-7 0 0 Hdcp. Scratch MAD # 5, the League leaders The League's first place tie
NCO's 27 17 I i split their match with A/C Main- was broken upon the loss of
PhantomsElectrons'' 25 19 National 1 League ../ VP -30 itA" 2 2 tenance in what may have beena MAD # 1 to MFC, 5-1. Other

.,' 23 19 4 ". Weap .7.. crucial series because TRA- results had AEG) beating SS#2,
Play Boys :'; 23 21 Comm :: :, : .1.0: 4? J* x,41: t FAC's win over 500 #'1 puts 4 2-; SS # 1 defeating SS # 3,
fl Supply ,('.", 20 24 .NARTUV .'tI14> ,'..1 Comm 4 v them only three games'off 4 2 and MAD'# 2 'coming out
Eagles '- 20, 24 VAP 62 7&#; : .. >f.41r.: );;"1: 1 VP-5 .; 5, 5 pace.In. ahead with the identical 4-2 score
Can. CockersMarine 15 25 ComFalrJai3: ,'1 ".', /'" games played this week, over AEB( ).
Bks 18 26 A/C Maint 2 'f ,1 VP-45 4 7.5 6 the season's finales had MAD

I PelicansTrainers 17 27 O&R 2 2 Faetu Blue 1.5 0 # 5 meeting, AE (A) #: 1 and Weekly Standings:
x 17 27 Maud 2 2 TRAFAC played AE Officers
? Alley Katz 15 29 0 4 FAW 11 6 1.5 Tuesday. Team Won Lost
i NamtdAewron 15 29 VW-4 1 3 Hosp "A" 3,4.5 Final standngs and various
"A" 8 24 Weapons 1 2 trophy winners will be in next MFC 8 2 -
w'... Flag Staffs 10 30 Disp 0 5t Supply 0.5 week's column. MAD # 1 7 3
Hosp "B" 9 5.5 High sets and games for the SS2 6 4
past week were as follows: Wat- SS3 5" S
Air Ops 1 1 ers, (AEVB) rolled games of SS1 5 5,5
VP 30 "B" 8 5 205, 183 and 236 for a 624 ser- MAD # 2 5 5 .
M ies; Riebling. (AO #1) had a high AE ((8)) 2 8',
VISIT Nartu "B" 4' '2 game of '225 as pan of his AE (G) 2 8 ,-1'
j 679th 5 4 569 total? Ikenberry, ((560 f## 1))
557; Norton, (MAD 1## 1)) 221; SOFTBALLToday's
t Darters 1 0 Jackson, ((500 l## 1)) 218; Williams -
CLAUDE NOLAN Nartu "A" 8 6NEwI (TRAFAC) 218; and NATTC softball action
Johnson, (MAD f## 3)) 212. has AE (A) D squad playing AE
Standings for the-week ending (A) B squad on Diamond One,
t j CADILLAC & PONTIAC cIl May 6 were as follows, : AE ((8)) meeting Navy Supporton
jf I / Diamond Two and MFC
r MAIN AT ORANGE Team Won Lost going against AO (Bon) Diamond
Three.
'OPEN MOM. THRU SAT-UNTfL 8PM MAD ##I 5 48 16 The standings for the Leagueas

EA 45 19 of May 6 were:
f## 1 41 23 _

PHONE L 3-3922 INIh FS AO # 2 40 24 Team Won :Lost
MAD # 1 39 25
MAD 1## 2 37 27 AE
((8)) 6 0
MAD #1# 4 3'7 27
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\ t AE Officers 34 30 A
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/ Golf Tourney 'Raiders' Split Pair "

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Y4 n a Postponed With NAS Sanford' "
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< The NAS Cedl varsity soft- Bower gave up nine hits, .two, ,
!IXfl3t'WI t Cecil FieldRain ball team split a doubleheaderwith of them home runs but hung?:
I NAS Sanford last weekend, on to win the game, 86. Bow-;*.' ,
losing the opener, 4-3, and win- er struck out four, and only:\;-:"
.
4' Yifi 4, 4h' Ap dampened the hopes of ning the nightcap,86. The games issued one base on balls. The
sixty-eight contestants In the were played on the "Sandfliers "Raiders" collected d 12 hits
final round of the 14th anniver- home diamond. off the Sanford hurler, one of
,
sary golf tourney held last weekend them a homerun by first base-
at NAS Cecil Field. The Al Lane and Jim Bussell combined man Jim Beasley. The "RaId-
//M; : round has been rescheduled for pitching efforts in the opening ers" only had two miscues in
Saturday, with the pairings and game allowing five hits and the second encounter.
starting times remaining the striking out two. The'''Rald rs'* Friday night, the NAS Cecil
same as last weekend's were guilty of commltlng five errors nine will play host to the NAS
None of the championship and poor base running In lax "Fliers" in a doubleheader
flight participants,including first aiding the Sanford victory.In beginning at 6 p.m. on "B"
round leader Hal Bishop, Jr. of the second contest, Don Circle South.
Starke, was able to complete
nine holes due to the heavy rains
which made the course unplay- Flo/Go Softball Loop Optus May 29tk U

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able.Bishop
a former winner of theCecil
Play is scheduled to begin in ern Loop.
Field
event, carded a 34-
the Florida/Georgislnterservice Entries include: NAS Cecil
35-69 on the opening day of play.It .
him five stroke lead Softball League next Friday May NAS Jax NS Mayport, NAS San-
a
over gave Jack Rountree of Lake<< City 20, according to Tom McGrlff, ford, NAS Glynco, Orlando Air
Force Base, and Robins
league secretary.A Air
and eight over Al Miller who
total of have Force Base.
held down seven teams
third
place. Bishop
is entered the league, which will More information on the league
an 18-year-old sophomore at
4. w St. Johns Junior College.Due have only one division this year. and schedule will appear in next
Last season the league was week's lax Air News/After
to a prior commitment
into Northern and South- burner.
split a
in another invitational, Rountreewill
not be able to compete in

next Leaders Saturday's of the final six round.flights aft- [ Support Your Teams

er the first day of play:

THERE WILL BE LIGHTS. The first light poles Installedon // Championship -&1 Bishop,69; _
the/ new softball field at HAS Cecil. When/ completed, the First flight, Vie Bartin, 73; Sec-

new field will be of semiprofessional type, with/ 80 /lights/ ond flight, Mike Manuele, 76;
Third flight, Ed Farkas, 76;
1500 watts esch, fee enclosed with a fence, running 250 feet Fourth flight, Bill Goodman, 80;
clown each foul/ /line and 265 feet .to center field, have an electric Fifth flight Larry Jennings, 79;
/ / Scoreboard and/ dugouts. Completion date Is expected and Sixth flight, Joe Simato, 87.
to be the end/ of this month.

Safety GlassesRecomlll..d.d

Cecil Pistol Team
.. .
For

Little Leaguers Wins In Local 2700 :Q';... .r L}

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New York, N. Y...!; The 1966 Leave For DistrictFour :f. ( r'
Little League and Babe Ruth Lea '
gue schedules have barely started
and already reports are coming members of the NAS Cecil Randall Alford, A01, was third
in of eyes Injured or blinded by pistol team were among the with the .45 caliber, 766-21x's
glasses broken in baseball accidents top three shooters in the monthly in the Marksman Class, out ofa
states the National Society 2700 event held this month at possible 900.Theodore .
for the Prevention Blind the Jacksonville Police Pistol Andreas, ADJ1, was
ness, Inc."Regular. Range. third with the .45 caliber, 764-
glasses and sunglasses Dick Elsenhauer, GMT1, was 6x's in the Sharpshooter Class, r
worn on the baseball field the top shooter among the Ce- out of a possible 900. '
are a real threat to eyesight" cil pistolmen, taking third place A six member pistol team departed -
says John W. Ferree, M. D., with the .22 caliber, 788-9x's; NAS Cecil this week for
Executive Directorofthenational second place with the center- Naval Station Charleston. S. C.,
sight-saving organization. fire weapon, 766-10x's; first and competition in the Sixth Nav- .
"Think of what happens to a place with the .45 caliber, 785- al District Pistol Tournament.The %
pair of easily shattered spectacles 15x's; and first place Grand Ag- members will fire for 'i
that are hit by a ball travel- grate ( overall score ), 2339- qualification and selection for .. /J
ling at high speed," he says, 34x's. all In the Marksman Class, further competition In the Fleet, .
citing the case of a young New out of a possible 2700. All Navy Championships, and In- ....'
Jersey fielder whose glasseswere terservice or Nationals. ; .:. ,'1.

smashed during an evening Francis Paine, GMGS, was The team is made up of:George f .;"
game. Glass particles penetratedhis second with the .22 caliber, 79415x's F. Bowen, AQC; Richard H.
right eye and surgery was and first with the center- Eisenhauer, GMn; Theodore C.' rr"
required. ; L. Al- l ".
Randall
Andreas, ADJ1; ,
fire 795-14x's, all In "
"Because a boy wears cor- the Marksman weapons Class, out of a ford, AOl; Lt. Clyde L. Betts, :r .."i
rective glasses, does not mean and Francis S. Paine, GMGS.O 1
he possible 900. ;,;
must sit on the sidelines while ,
his friends enjoy themselves on
the sports field. The use of FrttttParttton.
shatter-resistant lenses in a
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Player who requires prescription / Owns
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::; HAS Cecil Intramural Wrapup Cecil Sports In Brief



<:'-1' : SOFTBALL WRAPUP Wentz with two for four. Teffey Weapons in the third inning.The GEMD won the winter bowl- BOWLING STANDINGS'

II'l' Monday May 2 with three for three and lIarw .ll big hitters for Weapons were ing championship by beating
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t' with a double. If-' ,I Waldrop and Day with triples. AI tD, VF-174 and Hangar 67 MAY 2, 1966 ',
:' VFI7 7; Marines/ 6 Other hits for !Weapons were in a roll-off. &"
'l :
, Wyman was the winning nurler Supply/ 4; VC4 :rj'. made by Thomas and McFalls. ..**..** 'MONDAY. EARL V\ ",

for VF-11 and Stacey was The winning pitcher was Hits for Supply were collectedby Today is the deadline for en- "'
charged with the loss for the French with six strikeouts Troupe with three hits in tries in the summer intramural. Team Won "Lost, .
,
a' Marines. and five hits credited against four times at bat, and Johnson bowling league. At press time """ '
: VF-11's big inning was in the him. The loosing pitcher was, McEwen and Erwln. the number of leagues that will Blackshoes ,,;"". 3.:;: 1 .
; first when they scored five runs. Hauck who struckout one and Supply's scored three runs in be formed was not available. Kegtecks \ 3,1 '
i i Vernon was the big stick for the gave up four hits. the first two in the second and ..ri...t Roustabouts .3,, 'll;"":
"Red Rippers" with two hits Caulllette and Johnson pro seventh. Tom McGrlff athletic director NAMTG #1 2 ';.2M
f a single and a double. The vided Supply, with the bighitsof has been elected as NAMTG ##2 2 2 *& '
game was called in the sixth the game. Caulllette doubled Intramural Softball Standings Fourth Vice-president of the VFP-62: 1 "' 3 ,r:>
I, I inning because of darkness. and Johnson belted a homerunin Greater Jacksonville Bowling VC-4 -1'* '3'-'I'?
the third. Johnson also col- Team Won Lost Association. In this capacity Alley-oops. 1 3K:
,, J Admin 3; VF174 2 lected a single In> the second Tom will be the coordinator for

J I\ Hunter was credited with the inning. French singled in the VA-44 4 0 all military bowlers in the Jacksonville MAY 9, 1966 >" """
\ win, chalking up ten strikeouts third for Supply's other hit. Admin \ 3 1 area. Tom said he '"
and Bussel was charged with the Wednesday May 4 Weapons ,3 1 doesn't guarantee to improve MONDAY NIGHT '>0, ;>'
,
loss. Hits for,Admin were made Supply 3 1 anyone's game but that he will DOUBLES '!'
by G. Marshall with two J. VA44 70; Marines/ 7 NAMTG l 2 be able to help with the rulesof MIXED/
Marshall with a double Hunter The winning hurler was Bower VF-11 1 3 the game or entering any, ,
with a single and Dunlap with for VA-44 with nine strikeouts VC-4 1 3- ,league in this area.SOFTBALL Team Won Los ,

,", a single and a double. and seven hits charged against Marines 0 3 :,
VF-174's sticks were Parks him. Wemble was the:'loosing pit- Nitecappers 21 3-

\ ,: ., and Kulesla with two hits apiece. cher for the Marines allowing GOLF STANDINGS ... SCHEDULE Tweet. Birds v 18, '6 t '
Both runs forVF-174, and two eight hits while striking out Golf League ["'' Underdogs 14' ,10-:
1 of Admin's were unearned. Oops .14 10
3 one.The top hitters for the "Hor- Team Won Lost Monday, May 16 Fakirs 10 14 .. ,
Tuesday, May '
nets" were McGee and Beasley I ', Hotshots 7 17 ;
VA44 o; NAMTG 4 with two apiece. The leading VA 44 8 0--. : ,, 5:30Marines vs VC 4 Team 6 2 22
Bower was the winning hurler hitter for the Marines was Blackbirds< h 6.5 ,2.5- 7:30 NAMTG '''vs Weapons ,'"

with eight strikeouts and allowing Garcia.: Gophers*' 9, '$:, ,:3t ," -K. '! \
eight hits. The loosing pitcherwas VA-44's had their big VA 44 Gold -5 'I 3 "'' Tuesday, May 77 AAU ToYouth Sp slr'
Anthony who struckout two scoring inning{ in the seventh Bmrs. VF-62 5 4

t and gave up seven hits. with five runs. They also collected VFP 62 3 r 4 ,5:30, ,,- VA 44 vs Supply P
,ht,\ All of VA 44's runs were three of their eight hits 300e VF-62 .,, 3A.r'5'r: :"> "- 7:30VF11 vs Admin. ysical
scored in the first and fourth in that innning.VF7747. VA-72 EMr.., 3 6

innings with three in each in- 'YFJJ 5 VF-IJ4 2.5 5.5, Fitness Program
ning. The heavy hitters for ; :
VA 44 were Vareene with two Winning pitcher for VF174was Blue League / Wednesday Moy, 78'
doubles and a single and Brown Bussell with eleven strikeouts ,', r" .1 Y' Basic information for con .
with' a double and a single. and seven hits charged Team Won Lost 5:30 Admin vs VA 44 ducting dependent youthphysical
NAMTG's, hits were made by against him. The loosing pitcher 4 730Supply vs NAMTG fitness and f junior Olympic competition
was Rut ledge, who gave up three Weps. ##1 9.5 .5 may be obtained from
hits while striking out eight. NAMTG 8.If' 2" the Amateur Athletic Union.
The homerun hitter of the game AMD # 1 7.5 2.5: Thursday, May,19 The co sponsored agree-

W Pi 1 inning for VF-11. VF-174's Admin ;. "-,/ ),,,,6 ,t 4 5:30Weapons vs Marines medals participation: certificates -
slugger was Petsold'with two Supply *v-- 5.5.' 4.5 7:30VC4 VF-174 for f finalist AAU Junior!
doubles. Weps. # 2 4. 6 Olympic competitors. ribbons

Thursday, May 5 Med/Den ,, .4 .5. 6.5r Golfers"caught in theopendur- and certificates for preliminary,
1 AMD /##, 2 11"3.5 6.5 tng lightening! storm should get; competitors.
: atWcstslcfe Adman,- 8;- VC4 4 Marines 2.5 7.5 clear of metal golf clubs and lie The., .National Physical, Fitness -
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Hunter was the winning hurlerin ve,-'4 2.5 7.5 on the ,ground, preferably in a Pentathlon' Testing Program -
; Volkswagen Inc. this game with ten strikeouts Comm. 2 8 depression. is explained In kits ?
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