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Creation Date: May 26, 1966
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PKY LIBRARY


of f FLA. HISTORY


Command_ Aam/n-Mafer/al/ Inspection Over For NAS


(See Pages 8 & 9 For 'Story)















Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance advertisements in ,this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or,service advertised.
MAY 26 1966
VOL. 24 NO. 9 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,

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YW-4 Gets VP-7 Returns From Deployment 1 1y I II



New CO in

COM 5/2! Months

Cmd. ChangePomp y

:.. J IN Mid Squadron
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and circumstance were
the order of the day at Hanger Met By Families .
123 on Thursday May 19, when I '1r
Cdr Ronald V.Himclick relieved
Cdr. Walter H. Reese as Com- Patrol Squadron Seven return-
manding Officer of Airborne Tj4 ed ,to Jacksonville, the squad-
Early Warning Squadron Four. ron's home port, last weekend
Distinguished guests included i. : after completing a challenging
Rear Admiral H. H. CaldwellCommander y'' iM and rewarding five and one -h fla
Fleet Air Jack-, month deploymenttotheMediter-
sohville; Captain R. L. Watson, ranean area.
NAS; Captain ,J. R. Trautmann, 1a The squadron was temporarily
Fleet Air Wing 11; and CaptainP. based at the Naval Air Facility
... ...
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COMFAIRJAX I L ...- ... : I
K. Blesh. Sigonella Sicily. ,
Chief of Staff.In HOMECOMING DAY FOR VP-7 saw the squadron's arrival area crowded with friends and relatives Following their relief Sig
his farewell speech, Cdr. anxious for the return of the men who had been gone for five-and-a-half months. Warm onella by Patron Fifty Six on
Reese commented, "It has greetings were In order for each and every one of the men, as the photo to the right,Indicates. the 19th of May the Officers
certainly been a short ;year for and the men of VP 7 1 headed
me since I stood before you and Westward, back to their families
assumed command of this fine Pres. Johnson's Memorial Day AddressPresident .and stateside friends.
squadron. We've had a busy, In the Mediterranean, the
successful year." ,squadron, was, .committed, to A
Cdr. Reese reports to NAS Lyndon B. Johnson has sent the following Memorial Day Message- .to "members of, heavy 'operational schedule] flyIng -:

Norfolk, Virginia for temporary the armed forces: an average of ,1000 hours
.. duty, then on for'permanant duty IAmerica.-paYStr1butetotis: war dead on Memorial Pay,; our,,thoughts turn to the pasUt. to,' ,each month..'' '' I, 4
,aboard,the USS Intrepid. magnificent ,tradition which reflects the'abiding",commitment of,the American 'people to freedoms ",Under the"operational coe-
Cdr. Himelick, came 'to the The price our forefathers paid for American independence was dear. The Americans who have trol, of COMFAERMED,"'andbeteg
Hurricane Hunters from the since risked their lives in battle to preserve this independence have recognized its cost as a part of the NATO forcesVP-7

Joint Staff Commander in Chief well as its value.Americans had as its primary mission,ASW
u. S. European Command,after today are responding just as courageously to the current, ,threat to freedom on support of the Sixth Fleet
training in Patuxent River, the battlefields of Vietnam and in other distant parts 'of the world. and Member NATO Nations.
Maryland.In We salute them as we do their predecessors in arms. And I join a grateful nation in prayers' Shipping Surveillance: and AerIal -
the for their safe and speedy return to their, homes and families" k Mine Warfare were its
accepting Command secondary missions. Inadditon,
Cdr. Himelick said, "It is with
exercises were
tremendous pride and extreme Defense Secritary's-Melnorial Day MessageOn held numerous with many fleet NATO count-
humbleness that I assume command -

of the most renown squadron Memorial Day, America unites in honoring the memory of the many gallant Americanswho ries.VP 7 1 personnel departed
In the Navy, the world" famous -' have laid 'down their lives in behalf of freedom. But the freedom they bequeathed to us can Sicily on trips to many European
Hurricane Hunters. endure for posterity only so long as we cherish and defend it. When we help other Cree'peopJe: Countries and took advantage of '

Following inspection of squadron remain free we safeguard our own freedom.. That is why Americans are fighting and dying in several excursions that were
personnel by Commanders Vietnam today. As we honor the war dead on Memorial Day, we also commend the living guardiansof made available.
Reese and Himelick Rear Adm. freedom for the magnificent contribution they are making to our fine military tradition. Two groups of 25 men each

Caldwell was Introduced.He participated In one day tripsto
If Tragedy Should Strike At You- Rome and were granted an
reminisced of how the audience with the Pope.
squadron has been In his Other personnel had the op-
command for four in portunity to visit cities In France
years What In The World Would You Do?
Puerto Rico and Jacksonville. Spain, Crete Italy, Greece,
Germany, England, Sardinia,
hearsof A Navy family arrives in don t know anyone In town/? Malta and Denmark.
Ceremonies ended with the A young' seaman deuce A house burns down in the Libya
parading of the colors and with the death of his mother. First town. Their funds have been of the With the
middle night.
the Hurricane Hunters under impulse, of course, is to rush completely depleted by car Visitors Must
house and in smoke ,
trouble the long trip across up go
on
the direction of their 14th right home to be with the family
the clothing and all personal
Commanding Officer, Cdr. Ron- during the time of crisis; but, country. The'kids are hungry
of chief his wife ,
belonging a ,
and they don't have a place to With
the Register
ald V. Himelick. he has no money to buy
needed plane ticket. What to do? stay. Who do you go to when you Continued on Page 2 -


ESO Has VA Forms Personnel .Inspection Highlights. Sta. SecurityVisitors

GI Bill Benefit --- and job applicants are
For
I required, to stop at the Main
t, I Gate Security Office and obtain
The Education Office has received '
before
a one trip pass en-
the required VA Forms .q ....... terting the Station.
for active duty personnel who the responsibility -
Station Regs place
desire, for educational ?r .
to apply ofa
the
on operator
benefits under the new GI if'4ti .
privately owned vehicle to
Bill. u U make certain that all his
"
reminded that 4 passengers carry appropriate
Personnel
are '
Identification prior to taking them
law does rot become
the new .
f
il in or off the installation.The
effective until June 1. Further .,M""$ ... Internal Security Act of
and I'a '
VA information Application on requirements Forms are )r.1/ 1950 (Title 50, U. s. Code)
I provides that any person In
available at ESO Bldg. 955. i a 'L, violation of this regulation is
guilty of a misdemeanor and Is
A MERITORIOUS PUBLIC' SERVICE CITATION from the' liable to a fine not to'exceed

Navy Relief Hours PURPLE HEART RECIPIent Secretary of the Navy was presented to Brigadier Emil Miller $5,000 or to imprisonment, of not

Effective immediately, the at last week's Ad/Mat during last week's Personnel Inspection by Rear Adm. H. H. more Security than of one the year Station or is both.the

Navy Relief Office Bldg. 953 Personnel Inspection was Caldwell, Com F air J ax. Looking on Is Mrs. Miller, and to thi responsibility of "all hands"
will be open during the lunchur. Marine/ Sgt. James R. McE/e- and the cooperation of all per-
New hours are from McE/ehenny right Is Copt. J. R. Mackroth, CO HAS. Brigadier Miller Director
I henny. Sgt. was sonnel Is requested In pro-
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday wounded action at the Quang of Jacksonville's USO was awarded the citation formeritorious moting an effective visitor

through Friday. ,Hgal Province of Viet Nam. service to the Navy and Its personnel. control program.

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Page 10 \ ; i;f, -:JAX AlR; AFTERBURNER

0' NR Class Graduates I

; I' 'Bits & Fieces'Women I I Hospital


For Wives Fete TIL


LunchThe
For
By Marge Beauchamp
The Marine ... es Club held a rummage sale this past Fridayat
a ball park here on the station. Theproject proved very successful Hospital Officer Wives i
due to the special efforts of Dot Lynn, Dawn Mauk, Betty will host the Jacksonville Offi-
Jean Bock, Jane Holt, Angle Kavanaugh and Evelyn Fleck. This cer Wives' Club, June 1, social
club is also collecting magazines to send to our men in Viet Nam. hour 11:30, luncheon 12:30.

. . Hostesses are Mrs. R.V Berry
Members of Navy Wives Club published. Snapshots will NOT and Mrs. RJ.. Cales. Decora- Q Y.r .
lax f## 86 held a business meet- be returned. tion Chairman Js Mrs. P. A.
ing at their club house aboard -- Hinds; Posters, Mrs. K.A.
the Naval Air Station last Wed- Recreation Areas Parmelee: and Reservation
nesday, at which time severalnew Chairman, Mrs. James P. Senn,
members were initiated into 'Golden P..sport' Ext. 8648. f } 1 ___j
the Mrs Leon /
organization.
Guest speaker for the program : '
Personnel who enjoy campingand
Conley, President of the Club,
sightseeing while on leaveor will be Mr. Earl W. Newton L.
presided. traveling between duty sta- Chairman of Historical and : r
.
Delegates who attended the
Restoration Committee of St. ,
Southeast tions are. being offered a
Regional Conventionat
"Golden Passport" to more than Augustine.This .
Ocean Virginia, gave their
reports and everyone agreed 7,000 Federal recreation areas will give you your opportunity Meritorious Service Award Recipient Of 1000 Hour
that the SER meetings were a where Offered there is normally the charge. to vote for the 1966- Winner Mrs. Robert J, Coles Pin Mrs. William// S. Baker, Jr.
complete success. by Department 67 Executive Board nominees,
The Navy Wives elected a of the Interior, the federal President Mrs. D.W. Kellerman,
new Chaplain to serve the recreation permit is provingto VP-7 and Mrs. R.F. Weiland,
Club as Mrs. Jerry Marshallis be extremely popular among VP-16; First Vice President,
leaving with her husband those who enjoy camping and Mrs. L.F. Cooney, NATTC,Mrs.
who has been transfered. other outdoor activities as A.I. Segaul, Hospital,. and Mrs.
The next business meeting leisure time pursuits. R.W. Stuebben, VP-45; Second
will be held on June 1 at Cost of the "Golden Passpon" Vice President Mrs. Leon JL
7:30 p.m. at the Club House which entitles the pur- Cohan, Jr., NATTC, Mrs. E.F.
# 176 Enterprise Ave. Board chaser and everyone in his Stratmann, COMFARJAX, and
members will meet at the homeof car to enter federal recrea- Mrs. F.V. Viola Hospital; Re-
Mrs. Paul St. Andre on tion areas free of charge at cording Secretary, Mrs. J.A.
May 31, 1966, to discuss any time until March 31, 1967, Chapman, NAS, Mrs.G.A.Ogles-
.matters to be brought to the Is $7. by, Hospital and Mrs. E.F. _
assembly. The permit may be purchasedat Sienicke, VW-4; Corresponding
Ladles, this is an invitation to any National Park, Forest Secretary, Mrs. WJ. Bobek,
you to contribute something to Service Office, AAA Office,and NATTC, Mrs. RJ.Fitzsimmons,
this, your column. If you have other outdoor recreation facili NAS and Mrs. D.W. Medara,
anyting of interest or amusingto ties.Money VP-30; Treasurer, Mrs M. P. Y .
report, send it to me, care from the sale of the Belyan, VP-7, Mrs. J.G.Duncan, \. J, '" ,
of the Jax Air News, Building passports goes into the land FICUR and Mrs. L.A.Herrmann, '" .". '
1, NAS Jax, along with a snapshot and water conservation fund to NAS. .'y'. ''' .'.' Ii
if possible, your name assist state and local govern- _. r .1f'L': _
and telephone number.Space ments in meeting urgent out- As guests of the luncheon we
mitting, article will per-be door recreation needs. will have representatives from GRADUATES OF THE NAVY RELIEF CLASSES last week

t'J.... .your...........-................wtfxtt: : :..=..=....=....:..:.;.:..:..:..:..:-.:..:-.:.-:..........................:...................:................J' the Clausey Medal of Honor numbered 25 strong. Diplomas' and special awards were pre
Scholarship Foundation, Pine- sented by Rear Adm. H.H. Caldwell, posing with ladles in
-' i.-- NEED TRANSPORTATION? { castle School, Young Life, Hope- photos above.
Haven Children's Hospital,Jesse .

>> I II B, Dupont Orthopedic School Til Labor Day In'St. Augustine:
liNT A CAR IY THE HOUR/DAY,'OR WK. Boys Club of Duval County and
the NAS Jax Red Cross.
Hospital
S Impalas a Mustangs a Valiants Mrs. G.K. Clark,President of the Mexican Arts & CraftsOn
JOWC will present each a check

i RENT A MOTORCYCLE IY THE HOUR, DAY, I from Wives'the Club Jacksonville Officers DisplayThisSummerST.


ORWK HONDA'S 50cc-90cc Tills is the last luncheon of
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA -- A splash of color featuring
the
season, so please plan to
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE 21! } attend. Associate Members call Mexican arts and crafts from the pre-Columbian era through
S Mrs. M.M. Weisman, 264-6248, modern. times is a current exhibit on display In this nation'soldest

-lij for reservations.V city..
Bright reds, greens, yellows' American Center.In .
cIII'r.
AVe g-a blues, pinks and orangets on weaving another location, a pale
I A-34 EM Wives ceramics, tin, copper,straw green cat with a secretive smile
: and jewelry greet visitors to this draws much attention from vIsItors -
Yukon Trailer Pk. :;. HonorMrs.C.rter skillfully assembled collection as he peers at them througha
1100 Yukon Rd. (Hext to ) : With him
glass display case.
the St.
new office/ 13254 Normandy Blvd. :.: Members of the Enlisted Wives Historical sponsored Restoration by Augustine and Pre- is a gaily decorated menagerieof

:......::gflOMWeffHtfRffiIt's PHONE: .....384-6432..........................................-...................................................................-:;...................>>.....0.0.ti'. Cltb Mrs. Rodney of VA B.-Carter 34 ,honored wife of from servation 400 B.C.Commission.through the Dating pres- Other horses articles, birds range and from turtles.abstract -

the former squadron skipper, ent, with main emphasis on the saints, colorful trees of
Worth A Ride To at the a farewell NAS Cecil coffee Enlisted last Men'sClub weekat contemporary, the Mexican display life and beautiful candelabra to
Is located in the recon- woven wearing apparel, hand-
Green Cove Springs Mrs. Caner will join structed Marin-Hassett' House, made jewelry and brightly painted -
her husband at NAS Lemoore, tin articles. In June, 200-
Calif., where he has been assigned now identified as the Pan Amer-
.1 To Save $ $ $ as Commander, Carrier Air ican Focal Center. chapels 300-year-old In Mexico wood carvings will be addedto from
Wng Sixteen.At point centers around atypical <
the exhibit.
the meeting, members of Mexican room, completewith
r +r The Mexican display will remain -
the club were introduced to colorful wool rug hangings,
in the American Center,
the copper, tin and pottery articles,
new commanding officer's
Labor
St. George Street, through
a brightly woven table cover and
wife Mrs.
Robert A. Zaji-
chek. black and red grassbottomchairs. Day, daily from 9 a.m. to 5p.m.,

VA 34 is currently deployed Visitors view it througha and Sundays from 10 a.m.
to 5 Admission.. 25
p.m.
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300-year-old hand-carved
door
rier Saratoga.aboard the attack car- Imported from Spain for the Pan- for adults, 15# for students, and
free for children under 12.




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More OH VietNam: CO Of Flag Admin Unit 1



I Know Your EnemyThe: Viet CongThis New PatRon Seven XO i t I

Commander John R. Swad- at WAS Jax.
is the first in a series of What makes the Viet'Cong and fight for freedom we support, ener, USN has been relievedas Commander Swadener and his '
articles entitled "Know your their way of warfare so sionifi- have increased their numbers command Ing officer of the Flag family reside at 346 Blake Ave- 'I
enemy: The Viet Cong." This cant is that they started with so and improved their equipmentat Administrative Unit,CommanderFleet nue, Orange Park, Florida.-
series will describe the growthof little in material assets, although a pace far greater than have Air, Jacksonville and Commander Swadener was
the Viet Cong forces, their they had a belief in a the Viet Cong. However, while will assume duty as executive born in Mishawaka, Indiana and
tactics and objectives. well proven doctrine ( of the Front was experiencing Its officer of Patrol, Squadron Seven is a graduate of Georgia Institute ',
subversion), a thorough knowledge greatest growth, in 1963 and "..- of Technology, class of i'
of its tactics, and the 1964, the free Government of ,11 1958. After a short tour of
Literally translated the phrase moral support of their fellow South Vietnam was undergoing :..U duty with the Naval Reserve he '
Viet Cong (VQ) means Viet- Communists throughout the great political stress and attended flight training Pen-
namese Communist, and those world., They had no industrial frequent, changes of administration. sacola, Florida, and was designated
who are Viet Cong employthe capacity. They had no substantial These factors have un- + h a Naval Aviator in
whole Communist arsenal of armed forces, onlya .doubtedly facilitated the growthof r November 1949.Following .
deceit and violence. A Viet few thousand experienced guer- the RVNAF, nor shaken their his designation as 'I'
Cong is a man,woman, or childa rillas, and perhaps 100,000 determination to resist Com- Naval Aviator he served with
tough fighter, with words or supporters -- mostly In remote munist aggression and preservethe Fleet Airborne Electronics Unit,
weapons, for what he is taughtto areas seldom visited by freedom and independenceof Pacific until 1950 and was then
call the "liberation" of South Goverment representatives.On the country. transfered to Patrol Squadron22 ,
Vietnam the Republic of Viet- at Barbers Point, Hawaii. '
nam. Viet Cong also appliesto the other hand, the VietCong The success of an unconventional He next served as a flight
the.military and civilian components had hidden stores of army and a shadow instructor at NAAS Whiting Field
of the "Front" (the weapons and ammunition left government build up by Com- Florida, from January 1953 I
National Front for the Liberationof over from the war against the munist, direction, largely from to November 1954 when he was
South Vietnam, or NFLSVN.) French. 'they had many trained the people and the resources ofa detached to attend Photographic ,
To- its deluded followers the and dedicated Communists state they seek to destroy, Reconnaissance Pilot's Course in ,
Front is the government, they provide leadership,and access to is cause for concern. We must Pensacola.
serve -- but to the vast the resources of the Communist understand the reasons for this, Commander Swadener also \
majority of South Vietnamese it regime in the North. Finally, and learn how to defeat such served in the seaplane tender
is an instrument of terror and the Vietnamese Communists attacks, or they will be repeated USS Albemarle and with Patrol .
oppression manipulated by the, North and South were unitedin again and again. The Squadron 23 at Brunswick. ,
Communists of North Vietnam.The their determination to use Viet Cong fighting man is not Cdr. Swadener )Maine. j..
Viet Cong, the Communist: whatever means were necessaryto M10 feet tall," either fig-
"Liberation Army" within the! bring the whole country under uratively or literally, being >"
Republic of Vietnam, has Communist domination. Without actually on the average only
expanded its numbers en- massive U. S. and free world five feet three inches In height. fAi1sUSED
ormously, despite Increasingly support South Vietname might
heavy casualties. Its so- already have been added! to the Nor is he an incredible fanatic-
,called main force has grown list of lost countries.As many thousands of Viet Cong CARS (
from about 10,000 men In I960" desen or go over to the side J,
to over 65,000 Several regiments in conventional wars, each of the Government every year.'
of the North Vietnamese side expanded its armed might
Army have been sent by Hanoi after the war had started. WhenIt His effectiveness cannot be attributed -
into South Vietnam as pan of the became obvious that the Republic entirely to the out- DUVAL MOTORS
Communist buildup of forces in of Vietnam In the South side support he recelves-
the south. As befits "regulars"many could not be taken without the RVNAF have received far
are armed withlate-mod- military force, Hanoi began more assistance from abroad. BEST BUYS!
el imported weapons and wear sending a growing stream of te

uniforms, helmets of wicker or infiltrators, arms, and suppliesinto Yet the Viet Cong has developed -
steel, and even scarves for South Vietnam by land into a kind of fighting man >
unit identification. From isolated and sea. The infiltrators weretrained who is capable of wagingan 1M.AL
companies their formations have In the North to assume, unconventional war under con-.
grown to battalions and regi- key positions of leadership.Corn' ditions that would seem hope
.. China and other. .
munsts :
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mets. "">
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less to 'the, average'nhodoX.. J965'Po.HTIA'C;2 DOOR.. 'i'' /.J" .12295 .
'The strength of the Viet Cong Communist countries have supplied : soldier. :To nderstand the,VietCong ;, : e i.,.,; .
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guerrillas has not increased as weapons and ammunition, and his of warfareone hardtop, V-8, auto/trans, RAH.V. ;
way f '.,
rapidly. The estimated more primarily ithrough North Viet- must first know' something { ',' .: ,
than 100,000 guerrillas and nam, the so called Demo- of his country and his back- 1965 VOLKSWAGEN Sunroof.. .. ., 57795 '"
militia, mostly based in the cratic Republic of Vietnam ground. R&H. ,: : *J.:;
vicinity of their home vil- (DRV).

lages and hamlets, are essen- The Republic of Vietnam To Be Continued 1964 CHEVELLE 2-DOOR '. ; .$J495
tial to the success of the main Armed Forces (RVNAF), whose Next Week hardtop, 11,000 milts. .
force and to the whole Viet Cong
effort. Better armored and
1964 FALCON CONVERTIBLE, . .57595
trained than before, the irregulars '--'
Inlet Marina auto/trans., R&H. '
still wear the "calico ;fI.:
the traidltional black ': '" I
noir", :; :
pajamas of' the Vietnamese AND BOATYARD 1964 MONZA 2-DOOR. .: ./ ,. .' :. 57795V, !
peasant ( worn also by the MERCURY D ,MERCRUISER 4 speed, R&H. I, \ '
I
regulars as fatigue uniforms.)
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They guide, support, reinforce, FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS 1964 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE. ,. $1795
and provide recruits for V-8, ,auto/trans.,. R&H. ,J. :,; .... .
the "liberation" movement. Boats: SalesServiceStorageLarge .
They also make possible the .' i iV
rule of the Communist Partyin 1964 FORD XL CONVERTIBLE '. .57895
the countryside, enforcing Selection-New Used Rigs -8, auto/trans., R&H, ,power steering."F/ :;
dictates of the local puppet Front I 1",
organizations. Hwy. 17 Oracle Perk 264-9835 1963 THUNDERBIRD 2-DOOR.$1995: '
There are substantial areas hardtop, full power Including, cond. .:;i.
in which the Front Is the only t>
effective government. It operates 1961 COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON. . .$878
schools and hospitals, 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., air cond.
clothing factories and arsenals. "

Millions of Vietnamese support MONEY IN 1 DAY 1960 FALCON 4-DOOR WAGON.$695
of
the Front out friendship or
fear, most often the latter. auto/trans." heater, air cond.

Due largely to the militia and the $25 to $600ON 1959 OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88 . .5477 '
secret agents of the Party, 2 dr., hardtop '
estimated fourth of
one
the an people of South Vietnampay YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE ...AND MANY MORE TO'CHOOSE FROMI i
taxes to the Front, even Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how
though they may also pay taxes much you wanf. Pick up the cash at your convertfence. -
to the legitimate Government.This Same-day service. SPECIAl.MILITARY"NANCING
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an impressive
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I 'Four{Cecil Field:, l Aircraft On Way ... 1 s sI.



To British Guiana Celebration I. .'

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: Four aTrcrafy ''from( :Cecil Field :based Fighter Squadron 11 will represent the United States in the
I ; air power demonstration: !1 to*take place in the newly independent country of Guyana on May 26.
t The air'demonstrations' ,are scheduled to be one of the highlights of the week long celebration of
, what will b'e:) the world's, 'newest 'Independent country. Formerly British Guiana the new nation will
: receive its independence from the British Commonwealth at midnight on May25!) From that day on,
the country' will adopt its new name: Guyana
A flight ,of four sleek sup-
ersonic F 8D Crusader jet
fighter aircraft led by Fighter
I Squadron 11's Commanding Officer -
Cdr. William L. Mumma
will take part in the air demon-
, OTJQ L'k I strations.Cdr. THE MOVIE "HURRICANE PENETRA T/OH!" fs,currently;

, Mumma Is of 4 servicein veteranof being filmed by ,the Jamteson ,Film' Co.. of Dallas, Texas in
20 years'
\. 'k ; the over U. S. Navy. He .will cooperation -with VW-4 at NAS. Expected. to be completed! / ,oy

I complete his tour as Com the end of July, the movie 'will be' used.as a training! "film._ .
manding Officer of Fighter
1- Squadron 11 ,on Tuesday May

I_I L wife 31. Cdr Jean reside Mumma in',Jacksonville and his "Hurricane; Hunters91Will ,

n ____ with their two children:
Lt. Thomas Cprboy,..Lt, Paul
Forrest and Lt. Dean Lasiter Appear In ,Movie: ;;
AIRCRAFT .
FOUR FROM CECIL FIELD are on their way four '
will complete the plane
British Guiana. to take part In the air power demonstration In flight taking part in the air show.
I Airborne Squadron men will soon 'vl In
; honor of the country's ,Independence. British Guiana will o The four Red Ripper aircraft Tues- a motion picture Early now Warning being filmed in the squadron) area., appear. '

? dopt a new nome, Guyana, along ""'*&."* newfound freedom on departed NAS flew Cedl to Field Roosevelt The Jamieson 'Film Company from Dallas.Texas: ;bCg n'pro :

, May 26.rf day.Roads,They Puerto Rico before mak duction on Feb. 24. Mr. Jerry Dickinson Is Director.With:a crew
. a- Lt. Cdr. Keith P. Collard liason
: ing the trip south to British of four assisted by production
'; Guiana. officer. '.
{ CRISWELL TIRE CO. on The}public Crusader display aircraft at Atkinson will be 'A.45 Host Entitled," the'"Hurricane black and. Penetrations white-

movie is Intended for, use in
Your 'U-S.Royal Tire. Dealer Field in Georgetown British House" training personnel hurricane
Guiana on May 25. Air dem "Open
1 .. penetrations.
,
?ff m.o- ;::=<<<>>>>: -: "'.<-: >> :; ::: CI <<::::-::::::::::::::::; onstration the following day The 20 to '25 minute
t Field
will out of Atkinson
stage For StudentsThe ',
''scheduled for '
and will include flights over production com
OUR FEATURE BU'Ilr' the five main cities of the new officers and'the men of pletion by the end of July
Independent country of Guyana.The will show squadron flight personnel
'Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Your Red Ripper flight demonstration Attack Squadron Forty-Fiveheld at their regular,jobs,and
an open house for students of the courses of action they take
Guaranteed Round is
: & to team expectedto
.
Pinecastle School last week in
when informed of an impending
Cecil Field Friday -
return to on
67 aboard NAS Cecil.
Hangar
eePREMIUM 27. hurricane.
May
The students visited squadron
ti ;. However the entire movie
I Navy Exchange To Open spaces and were awarded "Hon- will not be taken inside tne
'X190 RUBBER L orary Blackbird" certificatesafter Hurricane Hunters' hangar.
1 :, : Lr5 Two New DepartmentsThe getting a "cockpit check- Plans include sequences of
Navy Exchange announces out" in the TF-9J. crewmembers working aboard an
W. ANYSIZERECAPS j the Following a tour of squadronaircraft aircraft while : and!
! E opening of two new depart- 'f' they Mere in flight a
treated to
ments in the Hardware Sectionof re '- enacted hurricane pene
'0 the Retail store, Building 27. hamburgers and hotdogs with all tration.
: k I 4F0R$4995 I A complete line of pet suppliesfor the trimmings, at the Cecil Field The movie will include shotsof
' r dogs, cats birds and aquatic picnic The area. a Hurricane Hunter aircraftin
persomelofVA-45greatly
animals are now available. flight, a raging 'storm filmedat
! ; Also a better line of hand enjoyed entertaining the children. ground level and the job
:}J Price Includes Fed. Excise Tax :;::: I and electrical tools has been "This was undoubtably due to the of the Fleet Weather FacilityIn
{ Plus Recappable Tire :::: added. Patrons are urged to extremely" fine behavior of the coordination with VW 4
come In and shop around. children one "B3nckbird"member < in tracking hurricanes.
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12 I SPECIAL Cdr. Fowler is Executive
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l\.'"".j.'.. With Nonresident servicemenwho -not have- ;"pay ; two percentfee

., .'.;.,... ,\ ShowThe registered a motor vehiclein on the value of the vehicle,
-.1V California during the past three when registering It. ,
S Blue Angels dedicated! years are now entitled to a Servicemen who have left
F .' 4 I their air show at Mayport refund.A California may obtain an application
"+ 4tl Naval Air Station Sunday to recent court decision ruled, form bywritlng: California I,
; NATTC's Boy Scout Troop 131. under the Soldiers and Sailors Department of Motor .r
'"',< '..........-' .r Troop 131, originally spon- Relief Act, non resident mili- Vehicles. P. O. Box 1319, l
t i" '"" '\ .. sored by the Blue Angels were tary personnel In California do Sacremento, Calif. 95806. I
t with neckerchiefsin
presented
'. ,'f" -I ceremonies before the Air
Ir show. The neckerchiefs, designed Support Navy Relief
: -- with four blue angelson I I"
them were presented to each
Boy Scout. In turn,John Fricke
-, the Scout Master presented each
"- pilot with a neckerchief. ******ORANGE PARK******
.......\ After the ceremony the scouts
J. H. TAYLOR, A01, OF AO"B" SCHOOL ACCEPTS a $20 were taken out on the flight Summer Cleaning
prize from Cdr./ Bofcefc for designing the AO School/ Insignia. line while the operation of the
His design Is / planes was explained to them.
expected receive official approval and be SPECIALSMEN'S
adopted in the near future. The Blue Angels originally
sponsored Troop 131 while
NATTC they were home based at the LADIES PLAINTrousers
: Naval Air Station in 1951.
When the Blue Angels left Jack- DressesS
Behind The Scene sonville, the sponsorship was
transferred to NAS. The !
Blue Angels still traditionally 49 '99s
present neckerchiefs to the
J.H. Taylor, A01 of AO "B" School Is the winner of the Aviation troop. -
Ordnance School Insignia Contest. .
The contest, which. offered,a' $20 prize for first,place and a $10 :aour: GIa.ss
secondprize, started April 15 and ended May 13 with the selectionof. You should exercise extra [ij
the winning entry and the presentation of the prizes by Commander caution! while driving during alight C1
WJ. Bobek. Commander. Bobek is the Superintendant shower. Highways are aaxi-ers5
of Ordnance Training at AO Schools, slicker than than during a heavy i
Lt. J.W. Purtee was the sec- rain because road oil and :
end place winner. There were Any man can stand up to his grease "float" on the surface ORANGEPARK PLAZA, 264-6501

11- The entries.,contest was started In who opponents can. stand:- give up to me his the friends.. man 'of washes the moisture.them away. A downpour' **************** ..****
-Jim Kelly
order to procure an insignia
for the school to provide a feeling .
t
$ SAVE $ X-
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of 'unity and to identify AO S i .T -o imt
personnel. Lt. H.W. Swearington -
assisted Commander Bobek FRED DAVIS
in the preparation and organi-
zation of the contest. BUICKPONTIACGMCTRUCKS
The contest was open to all
AO students.instructors and sup-
port personnel. GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Arrangements are now being
made to get the insignia approved SHOWINGMAY27JUNE2
officially, and it will be avail- CEDAR BILLS
able for: use in the near future.
* THEATRE: 771-USS
Leadership class 66-F gradu- COME SPY WITS YOUR FAYORTI'E
ated May 20 at King Hall.
Douglas W. Leaf, AA, of Av- U.K.C.L.E.s!
iation Electrician's Mate School
support was the honor man for ,: ,.
: (ON THE BIG SCKEN M COL0n) :.
the class. He scored 1365.91points {
of a possible 1500 and had M 6 M niiMtft ,;
'
's AN MEN MODttCTtON
an average of 91.6.
Rex A. Jenlink, SA, of AE THEspyWITH
support was the graduation t
Company Commander. My Ma ...
Captain Thomas B. Ellison, METRocstM
NATTC's Officer,
presented graduation Commanding certificatesand ROBERT VAU61 I'SENTA BEROER DAVB McCAUUM UOLCtfMU
commended the class on its
A rumi LI..T1II11T run Tilt n wow
outstanding appearance. A
The class consisted of non-

rated departments personnel of from NATTC the various, NAS, ,Quality MOBILE HOMES

Mayport and Cecil Field. The at reasonable' prices! gO' l
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The honor students for the RENTAL/PURCHASE PLAN: is always nearbyWherever i

week AOAA,"were of AO Paul class J.602-B Saunders and 1. Lower Initial Cash Payment / you're stationed, whatever your '

P.A. Miles, AA, of AEA class .I 2. Remainder Of Down Payment Can need-HFC is there to help. Household's t.

549.The Be Paid Over 4 Mo. Period military loan specialist will provide the "
honor classes were Lower Monthly Contract 'i to meet that need promptly-on a
AE "A" class 613 and AO "A" 3. Payment A; money ::1
class 605-B. '. 4. No Interest Charge and Free In- '' :? sensible repayment plan. Each year over ,
Congratulations for a fine job 11 \ surance During the 4 Mo. Period. 150,000 servicemen borrow confidently at ', '

'J. .' 5. Save At Least $200 In Financing HFC. May we help you? ;/ 'i

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Increase In DOD __ \

v Per Diem RateThe alw
4:

long starring, con-
I troversial issue of per diem o'erM
\ R of Defense -
rate paid to Department
has
yllLA civilian employees M
been momentarily quieted with J
action by Secretary of Defense i .
t Robert S. McNamara. N w I
Secretary McNamara has
approved an across -the-nation Y
FIFTEEN DATA PROCESSING personnel/ recently received/ $16 per diem rate, whereas past
diplomas for successfully completing a four-week Programming allowances for meals and lodging
Computer Course conducted by RCA personnel at HAS Jax. ranged from $13 to $16.
Seated I left to right are: Cdr. S. D. Griffith, Director of Data Variance from the approved
will be made only
$16 allowance
Processing Dept.; Mr. J. F. Walker/ Course Instructor; and when it is known that expenses
Mr. J. F. .Co/ioon/ Superintendent of Programming Division. will be cheaper Likewise,
The graduates are: front row J. Wo/J/ III//; L. R. Carrell// higher allowances will be paid BENNY SUGGS. .Cdr. J. M. Bannister. HAS Cecil Public
0. Gay; R. D. Hoffman; F. R. Henderson; C. F. Brown; and when the employee has no Works Officer, presents checks to employees of the Depart,
D. W. Wink. Back row M. L. Newport; W. D. Lockerman, Jr.; control over the expenses that ment for their suggestions. (I Itor); M. Koprovsfc/. Deville,
M. E. Johnston; P. L. Browlee; R. P. Huey; J. 0. Turner; is, the host activity reserves R. Kimes E. Ayers, and E. Jones.
I D. A. Vllllhms; and F. S. Rush.IMPORTED. theemployee facilities. hotel and Mining

According to a Washington
release published in May 11 issue Thirty-Four Employees
of Federal Times, "While
PARTS the rate is reducable under
special circumstances, the Honored At Cecil FieldThirty
new $ 16 fee is expected to
abolish more headaches thana
carload of .
aspirins.The
Local length service awards
past headaches included: Four NAS Cecil civi-
allowances unfair to employees; lian employees were honored were presented to J. E. Simms,
.. Inequitable with military rate; last week for outstanding ser- supply; C. M. Wiggins, public
costly to process; and inappropriate vice Captain S. D Wright sta works; and C. S. Wrayweapons.Each .
COMPLETE STOCK Of IMPORTED in today's costs." tion commanding officer, pre- person presented with this
sented awards for outstanding award has had fifteen yearsof
PARTS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIESFOR F. Hall,
****************************** performance to Mary service. Personnel receiving
ALL MAKES AND MODELSOF data processing; Margaret C. awards for ten and five years
CARS & TRUCKS Isolated buildings are in more Smith, medical; and Sharon D. service are as follows. Ten
danger of lightening damage than Arnold, chaplains office. These years; O. E. Cole Security
city houses because multiple employees were rated by their fire div., W. H. Higgins, pub-
. points tend disperse the des- supervisors as "outstandingin lic, works; Clarence, Johnson,
1 l388-9331 1' tructive force. The same"safety all aspects of their performance supply, Ernest LawSon, public
in numbers" principle makes for quality, quantity and works; Almo Tomlln, public
505 McDUFF AVE. S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 32205 dense forests acceptable shelter. adaptability for the twelve works; and J.E. Wingate,supply,
months ending March 31, 1966. Five years of service. Sharon
Other employees were recommended Arnold, chaplains office; Isabel
by their supervisors Black, W. Carrol, and Miss Bar-
for a within grade salary Increase bara Twiehaus, of supply; E.C.
THERE'S A for high quality performance Sellers, G. W. Sweat and E. B.
Triumph presented to Kermit L. Taylor, of public works.ALLOTMENT .
Lechner, supply and!JohnC.Mil-
ler, public works.
FOR YOU These employees were recommended OPTIONS
by their supervisors
a .. for a within grade salary
.
AND Increase for high quality per- $ 25.00 Bonds you pay $18.75
formance: Mary F. Hall, data $ 1.25 for 15 pay periods
_--YOU processing; Margaret C.Smith, $ 3.75 for 5 pay periods
medical; John S. Veal, public $ 6.25 for 3 pay periods
At/1 works; Wallace F. Matthews, $18.75 for 1 pay period

__ public works; Charles S. Wray,
AND weapons; and Mary P. Wooten,
$ 50.00 Bonds
Industrial relations. you pay 437.50
.You- $ 2.50 for 15 pay periods
Career service awards
t ,. ::.'i> -4[.. J4 presented to : S. H. McCleary were, $I 3.75 7.50 for for 10 5 pay pay periods periods
: and P. H. Sapp, public works $12.50 for 3 pay period
AND for thirty years of service. For $18.75 for 2 pay periods
twenty years of service: O. C. $37.50 for 1 pay period
YOU Geiger, comptroller, Mary F.
Hall, data processing; Eugene
Jones; 0. L. Merritt, R. F.
$ 75.00 Bonds-you pay $$8.2$
Morris, D. M. Quartermann, andB.
$ 3.75 for 15 periods
AND I. Wilson, all of public pay
$ 6.25 for 9 periods
you works; J. H. Stoug, Ground $11.25 for 5 pay pay periods
Safety, D. B. Ward, supply; and $18.75 for 3 pay periods
Mary P. Wooten Industrial re- $56.25 for 1 pay period
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Cecil Wins 2; Pistol Team Is. CF To Host BOWLING STANDINGS 1M SOFTBALL STANDINGS ;

Monday Early, May 23 ,Team Woo Lost
2nd In 6th NDTwo HI Tourney
Play Orlando Team. Won Lost V A 44 7
members of the NAS Cecil NAS Cecil Field will host tne Admin 5 2
pistol team finished in the top First Duval County Invitational Keg Tecks 11 5 Weapons ': 5 2,
Here FridayThe five in the individual competl Fourwall Doubles Handball Tour- Black shoes ,.I 9} 3 VF 174 .5 2
ion of the Sixth Naval District nament on Friday, Saturday, and NAMTG 9'' 7' Supply 3 4
Tournament held recently at VC-4 9 7 VF 11 2 3
Sunday, June 17, 18 and 19. The ;
bats of the NAS Cecil Naval Station Charleston. 7 9 NAMTG 2' : 5'
tourney, which will be played on Alley opp's
"Raiders" that have been silent George F. Bowen, AQC, the station gym courts, is open to VFP 62 2 14 Marines 1 5
for so long, came to life last finished first with an overall all residents of Duval County. VC 4 1 6
weekend against Eastern Air score of 569 16, and T. C. Capt. S.D.Wright,station com-
Lines, exploding for 21 hits anda Andreas ADJ1, was fifth witha manding officer will be the Hon- GOLF STANDINGS 1M SOFTBALL SCHEDULE.
total of 20 runs, in a double- score of 543 8. orary Tournament Chairman,and Blue League :, "
header.In NAS Cecil was second in Lt. D.S. Young, special services Team Won Lost Tuesday, May 31 ;':
the first game, "Big Red" the team competition with a officer will be the tourney co
Lane went to the mound for the"Raiders" score of 2133 31, which ordinator.The Weapons 11# 101/2 1/2 5:30 VC 4 vs VA. 44
and held the hitters was 78 points behind the winner, deadline for entry is Sun 1/2 7:30 VF 174 vs NAMTG
from Eastern silent throughoutmost Naval Base Key West. day, June 13. An entry fee of AAMTG '881/2 2 -
of the game. Lane faced Three members of the Cecil $3 per doubles entry will be Operations 7 4
only 24 batters, giving up one team were selected to representthe charged, and must accompanythe Admin 7 4 Wednesday, June J
infield hit, walking two, and Sixth Naval District In entry blank. This fee will Supply 6 5 .
striking out seven. the Fleet 5:30 Supply vs Admin ,
Atlantic Competition go for awards and balls. Med/Den 41/2 6 1/2
In the nightcap, Jim Lee being held this week at Anna The unified handball rules will AMD //2# 41/2 61/2 7:30Weapons vs VF 11
hurled five hit balls for Cecil Andreas AWl are: T. C. apply for the tourney. For more Weapons '12# 4 7 Thursday June 2 I
Field while his teammates R. H. Eisenhaur information, call 771-3211, Ext. Marines Bks. 21/2 81/2 ,
were collecting 12, for an 11-2 GMT1, and F. S. Paine, 497 or 498. VC-4 21/2 81/2 5:30 Admin vs VF174
victory, and a sweep of the two GMGC. Communications 2 9 7:30.. Supply vs VC 4t
games.
Lee struck out three, and ,
didn't issue any walks '' : :'. .
The "Raiders" open the Fla/ ,, <\ : : : ': .:/ ;:..Y, ..,
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Ga Interservice Conference a- IY *H a'* 'If 1a ''\I. 'I '..: t
gainst Orlando Air Force basein
a twin bill tomorrow nightat ." ...' .
7 p.m. at "B" Circle. On ,
Saturday night at 7 p.m., the .i :(, ., .' t::
"Raiders" host NAS San- ", '. ./,
play to '.' .r"-" ; ......'foo"
ford, for a twin-bill. According ':. :
:
to Tom McGriff, station athletic > i; ,

director ready, the for new play ball on field opening shouldbe : :' ;' 4" / I IR

day. ,., '" I' '. .'
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Bishop Wins \; : :: <:: :, . :; ,
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Golf .
TourneyThe : "
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Anniversary' NAS Invitational Cecil Field Htn Golf : .r\ ,,;ii" ::' : :{4./ .'(.tk.':I. : :
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Tournament ended with Hal Bishop .: : \ ,, : -,".,. ,, ,.,... ". ,
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\'I.' II.
Jr. winning the champion- ;', : "' '\ j, ',. .r :, "" ; ,; .," '"" .' ':. 'f.;
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ship flight and overall Tourney ,. ':' ii '. ) ', ,) .1 ", ,' f .
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.4- h.th most seats r' : .
Crown. At the end of the 36 'f'. : '. ., : 'JJ'-fi'' '*' tlt.They, : e '' .JI". '"._,J'J..ttli!_ :,jt:,)'',,:' ",,\II '
hole ''tourney Bishop Finished .I.;/ i 1)\ttb.) ; JJ'. ': b HIt: ."- ;;, .'".'because they j have the most J :11"1'i"!w. ., ,. : \ '" '.
of four strokesin ,
with 147 7
a score ,. ". \ ., . ',"",' .' "
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front of the second and third '",M.. # ''" f' '".i .4dfi \ ". :: .

finishers.The top three men in each of .. .' .'1'':>'......, .. i ..
the six flights, including the .. ... ........... .....,
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flight Championship ... > Y', ', ",'.'Iii fj" T' .) :"'.._. 1'':' ::"I''.:p. ; .r.:;; "
championship were: ,'
Hal Bishop with a 147; ,.. .. .. .. .. ','
Al Miller and Cliff Doyle both .. ) j II' .
with 151. First Flight: Bill
MoranVille was the leader witha tl'
154 followed, by John Cable ',t,.r

156, and Curtis Thurman 159. .. ,j ". NN ., '
Second Flight Capt. S. D. -
Wright and Mike Manuelea t-
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shared first place with a score '. '
of 156, and Don Bowers placed ."
third with a 159. Third Flight:
Ed Forkas with 152; Jack War- :); t
dell 162. 161; and Dale Roberts Oome' to wherethe : i, .':, ,1df 4u f

Chuck Bryant led the fourth
flight with 166, whileBillVincent '
and Al McAttee tied for second '
with a 167. 'UnitedWhen
In the fifth flight Larry Jen- seats axv -
nings, was the Winner with a
164, John Embry and Jim Wood ,,.
finished second and third with
171 and 172. In the sixth flight j
Jessie Carr was the leader with .f
160, Ted Moo was second
with a a 162 and third place you have someone mighty imporMen and women in uniform, with authorized

was taken by Joe Cimato witha tant waiting, a thousand miles away military Jeave or furlough papers, *t
score of 164. and when you have just 48 hours fly (stand-by) at 50% off regular Coach ,{

to catch up on siX. months of living fare. (This rate also applies within 7 days 1:

WESCONNETTFURNlrURE' . then, friend, you need a friend. after discharge.) They can sit wherever i

Come' to where you'll find one. United the seats are, even in First Class when the **
Co. Air Lines. We fly more jets with 'more other seats are filled. t*:

U seats 'to more U.S. cities than any other So next time you want to get the most

5326 ffescoanett BId..1& JWrd airline. We've probably saved more romileage out of your pass or leave, see your .:

MACHINESNEW mances and kept more servicemen from Joint Airline Office, Travel Agent, or us, :;.:
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.-- Inspections 'are as much a pan I Good, old fashioned *"white' glove" ,.
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I '(' of Navy life as ships and the sea; I t type Inspections of spaces are not ,,' r .I
:L ; & Brownshoes and Blackshoes; '"bell" bot- unheard of at this time, either, so '
i. toms" and Navy blue. They're' a all hands turn '- tos usually begin /I : i
necessity in keeping people on their weeks in advance in office spaces as well \
toes and, as the Navy has been known as barracks. Dust flies, buffers get ,
to put it., inspections are morale boost- the run of their lives, and elbow grease .
ers. Daily personnel inspections at work plus polish are applied to everything .! '" .:
are as familiar to some people as the shineable in sight. ""I: /. "-" "
white hat on a sailor's' head; and, "
there's' not a person in Uncle Sam's' fleet The big week arrives, and everyonesays : t' ..r"
who doesn't' know what a "Seabag"" is. a prayer in hope that not one ..... I
of has been for- If f
; ounce preparation
: : : Only once a year, however, does gotten; that no one: will get '?stag;
; : : the really big test come for one and fright at the last minute and forget
; all in the form of the Administrative! \vital informaton during the ""ques-
Material Inspection. This.. the inspection tion and answer" period; and per-
to end all inspections, is haps most of all. that the coffee is
the ruler which measures the status especially good that week and just the (,
A of the Command itself. way the inspectors{ : like it,because"heaven J
help ya' if they're' in a bad
Under the most intense scrutiny Is mood!I" 1Of 1\
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put out by the Command In the past Tenant commands throughout the]Jacksonville ".
f' Inspector arrives at parade grounds. Color/ Guard and troops await Inspection. year. Files are virtually torn apart Naval complex are all gettinga WAS' }&hand f'j and put back together again to find a taste of the annual Ad/Mat/ latelybut
j I -- -- -- out just what has been accomplished. the biggest of all was held last .
The on hand knowledge of per week for the Naval Air Station, whenit ,
sonnel is tested with questions it received a Command Inspectionby
which may cover anything from know- ComNavAirLant. NAS came throughit Come by & Visit the
ledge of their rate to the "name game"of it all just fine, so everyone is breathinga .
"Do you know your Chain of Command a bit easier this week. Here's' how it pFV q"", *!- ,
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\i : Memorial EDITORIAL Day-1966 ) t > -St' .,. Chaplains/ Message.



j A Day to Remember ROMAN CATHOLICSt. CONSIDERATION OF OTHERSby

Chaplain H. B. Barnett

Memorial Dot is a somber occasion for Americans. It is a Edward's Chapeland shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." Some time ago
I time to awaken memories of friends relatives, and thousands "Thou discussing problems of traffic safety;
were
of young men who have died in the service of the nation. This Naval Hospital a class of Navy men what makes people who ordinarilyare
year, it is also a time to learn to live with fresh loss of those and one asked me, "Chaplain like maniacs when they get behind
who have given their lives in the Republic of Vietnam. SUNDAY MASSES polite and civilized" act would a door for you' take off
?
the wheel of an auto "They open
For the men and women of the armed forces, Memorial Day Hospital - - 0630St. on" sidewalk, but try
walk around a
is all of these things and more. John McCrae, in his poem In Edward's their hat In an elevator, you
Flanders Fields, wrote, "If ye break faith with us who die/We Chapel - 0900 & 1100 to run over you when In a car wants
selfishness. Everyone
of
.I Basically, it seems a problem
shall
not sleep though poppies grow in Flanders fields.
I DAILY MASSESSt. his or her own way? we forget that we are our brother's keeper.
'r Edward's: Someone has said that "we should drive unto others as we would

i' If Ye Break Faith With Monday thru Friday 1130 have them drive unto us."
f Saturday - - 0900 Some mothers are very worried when their son Is in Vietnam,
: Naval Hospital: but overlook the very near possibilities of death i- sudden death --

Us Who Die Friday - - 1205 on the highways of America. Why be in such a hurry? Why not
take more time and be more considerate of others? An auto

CONFESSIONSSt. can be a very deadly weapon -- to others: and to ourselves. The
Edward's : Commandment "Thou shalt not kill" can be applied to the high-

--------1900 2000' WAY situation
Saturday
Sunday - -- 0815 0845: While some wrecks are caused by mechanical failures,the majority -
1015 1045 are caused by human failure. Anger toward a member of
Hospital: Sunday0615 one's family is sometimes displayed by fast and reckless driv-
ing. Worry causes one to be careless. Drinking while drivng

CATECHISM CLASSES is not only unlawful, but extremely dangerous. Make that "one
.. Chapel Annex Building 722: for the road" coffee I Think of the other. fellow. Let's showa
little kindness on the highways I
ar,? Saturday's 1000 _

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.aII. "" Moving Tips
PROTESTANT
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SUNDAY'S Those 'Transfer Blues'The
The first line of the triplet "If ye break faith with us wno die," 0800 -----HolyCommunion
echoing from the battlefields of World War I, should ring throughthe 0930 & 110Q -- -Divine Worship
thoughts of every man and woman in uniform. American people represent the most fluid national population -

Those who died not Just in World Wars I and II, but throughall SUNDAY SCHOOL In the civilized world. Each year one family In five movesto

our nation's struggles, including the Cold War, have left behind 0930 - -Chapel Annex a new residence.
Americans move for a variety of reasons. Usually it is because -
a trust that their sacrifices be given meaning by the continuation Building 722
and growth of the American nation in a free world. a person is going where his Job takes him, or In the case
The serviceman and woman of today carries a heavy pan of WEDNESDAY'S of a member of the Armed Forces, he is moving because he has

this trust. It is only through keeping faith through courage and 1900 ----Choir Rehears. orders tr do en..
steadfastness: that those who lie in Flanders fields, in Hawaii, Although our nation has an adequate -
at Arlington, Valley Forge and Gettysburg, and those who have THURSDAY number of professional Be prepared to accept pack-
died In the sweating Jungles of Vietnam may sleep. (AFNB). 2000 Christian Science Service movers problems are created ing and pick-up any time dur-
because 70 percent of the annual ing 8 a.m. 5 p.m. periodof
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month household moves are made in the the day agreed upon. Be
Just How Fast Can You Die? 0930 Chapel Women's Guild three-month period of June 15 sure the ,inventory reflects the

(Small Chapel) September 15. This is due to actual condition of the property.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The National Safety Council figured out two factors --- summer weatherand Tag or otherwise clearly! .mark
.the following rundown on Just what happens in an automobile accident U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's the school year. items which are not to be packedor
way back In '02, so chances are you may have seen it before - 1000 Servicemen, insofar as possible shipped (government.propety,

: in one publication or another. With the Memorial Day weekend prefer the same moving rental furniture, etc.)

Just one day away, however and knowing what that weekend usually CECIL FIELD ., months as the general population, Don't plan any soda activi-
means in terms of "Death On The Highways," it might be a good ANT c and the services do their bestto ties for the day of your pack-
idea for all of you to give a lot of thought to the information con- Today-yoPROTEST accomodate them. ing or pick-up. Rushing the movers -
tained below.) With the 1966 friction, invites
Choir Practice at 7 p. m. an eye on peak generates
Sunday- moving period coming up, too discourtesy and makes inventorying -
This is what happens when a car traveling at 55 miles an hour Sunday School at 9:30 Household Goods Shipping Officeat more difficult.

,',.crashes into a solid immovable object. Chapel Service at 10:30 p.a.m.m. Cameron Station, Va., offer If poosible try to schedule your
4. the following hints to move outside the June July,
11 10th of a second. Communion the first Sundayof ease your
moving problems: August peak period.Tragedy.
,. 1\ The front bumper and chrome "frosting of the grill work col- the month. Get in touch with your local
'
'| lapse. Slivers of steel penetrate the object to a depth of 11/2 household goods office or trans-
CATHOLIC
'. inches. .
Dally- portation officer as POn as you
2/Wrh. of a seconcThe / . 11:20 a. m. Mass receive orders.Be Continued from Page 1
prepared to accept an alternate and three children.
Sunday- Clothing on
hood rises
crumples, smashes Into the windshield. Spinning -
'". rear wheels leave the ground. The fenders come into contact 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- date for packing and pick- their backs they have and a

.f with ,the object, forcing the rear pans out over the front door. fessions heard before each Mass. up. Unless you have a complete little,not much, but a little mon-
van-load, your shipment will be ey in the bank. Where togo until
The driver's body continues to move forward at the vehicle's o r I g- consolidated with other
'v, inal speed. At 20 times the normal force of gravity, his body ship- the world settles down for them
ments headed the same way, ??
: j Joints.weighs 3,000 pounds. His legs ramrod straight, snap at the knee Traffic Violations and you' may have to "give"a again Sound like pretty tragic

few days either side of your' stories? They are. They're

';': 3/Wth. of a second motor The following vehicle is accidents a report and of preferred date. (This. also applies fiction, but only because no positive -
to your desired delivery names can be attached.
v The driver's body is now off the seat, 'torso upright, broken traffic violations for the peri- date.) They 're true because they
ft t-knees,pressed against the dashboard. The plastic and steel frame od May 17 May 22. Separate your possesslons.into happen all of the time. What
? |of the steering wheel begins to bend under his terrible death grip. Number of Accidents categories, e.g., hold baggage, would you do if such a thing
,\...His column.head. is now near the sun visor his chest above the steering This Week May 17 May 23 baggage to be shipped to yourdestll13.tlon. happened to you???
- - - -13
non-temporary The answer's quite simple.
Total Accident this year through age professional books and pap- There's a society established
.4/10th. of a seconcThe / . May 23 - - 137 ers, etc. strictly for the purpose of help-
Number of Accidents through May
Be sure your professionalbooks
ing Navy in such
';, car's front 24 Inches have been demolished but the rear 1965 - - 100 and papers are packed separately trouble.people It's called timesof
'.: end'is still traveling about 35 miles hour. The driver's Navy
per body and be sure their weightis Relief. Your dollars
>;> is still traveling 55 miles per,, hour. The half-ton motor block Total number of days since last listed separately on the Gov- it. Give them support
*..crenches into the object hit. injury in a motor vehicle acci-' ernment Bill of Lading. annual fund drive.now during the
dent---------
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Number of.Violations
./ driver's fear-frozen hands bend the
steering column into This Week - - -41
ftan almost vertical position. The force of gravity Impales him Speeding - - -15 JA.X AIR. NEWS:
on the .
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steering shaft.
Jagged
steel
punctures lung and intercostal Reckless Driving - -0 .
arteries. Blood spurts into his lungs.610th .
Going through Stop Sign -1 "" "

of a second./ Other Violations25: The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper i
distributed
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Twenty Five drivers

"The driver's feet are from his appeared Jacksonville florida by the Holt Publishing Company
ripped tightly laced shoes. The before the Traffic Hear- a
brake pedal shears off the *or boards. The chassis bends in the ing Board at the meeting heldon private firm All Copy submitted l for use in the JAX AIR

x middle, shearing body bolts. This driver's head smashes into the May 24. Disposition of the NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

windshield. The rear of the car begins its downward fall, spinning cases included the following: Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before
-wheels digging into the ground. Five lost driving and parking publication. News items are welcomed for all sources.

privileges aboard station for Telephone EV 9-7711. Ext. 8162.
.. 7/10th of a second .
various periods light Advertisements
; were are solicited by Hie publisher and queries
*?' -. assigned to complete an eight- concerning such should be directed to
3' The entire, writhing body of the car is forced out of shape. hour course in remedial drivingat The Holt
Publishing Company, 3649
Hinges tear, doors Philips Highway,
spring open. In one last convulsion the seat NATTCs Ten were given Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040
rams forward, pinning the driver against the cruel -steel of the warnings; Three dismissed;
steering shaft. Blood leaps. from his mouth shock.has frozen Twelve fined (U. S. Commissioners -
his hean. He is now dead. ; and Seven referredto VOL. 24 NO. 9 May 26, 1966f

rt Total time elapsed. seven tenths of a second. commanding disciplinary officers action.for possible -


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MOVIES Club Schedules

Movies at the NAS Jax Theatre

will be shown regularly at 6 and HAS JAX
8:15 p.m. Monday through 7:30.be Vespers the and refreshmentswill -..
at Cootiettes.
Juke
"
Saturday. In addition to the 0" CLUB Friday's musicat Box
the House
on
will be Mondayand
;
two evening shows there will the club will be provided by : :
Tuesday is Game Night at
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on Dave Blare with Johnny Jelink the USO

Saturday, Sundays ,and holidays.The providing the entertainment on Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company.
Hospital Theatre will have Saturday. Tuesday is foreign HAS CECILEM 3649 Philips Hwy, Jacksonville, Florida. 32207, to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m.., dish night featuring gourmet not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field willhave two shows treats from many lands. Wednes- day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the week at 5:30 and 8 day is Fried Chicken Night for CLUB Friday, May 2'1. following week unless the publisher 'is instructed otherwise -
p.m. Matinees will be shownon the whole family and Thursday Charle King will be here to A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. is beef-eaters night. entertain you.' Sunday, Phil Cay be received WITH the copy for the ad.

Thursday. May 26 &, the Chantels will be here.

NAS Laurel And Hardy'sLaughing CPO CLUB This Friday Mark Monday May 30, Happy Hour DO NOT SEND CASH
20's Stan Laurel Castle will provide the dance from 5 to 6. Tuesday Happy RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin.s). . . ... $2.00

Oliver Hardy music. The "King's Nights"will Hour again from 5 to 6, Per additional line ((4 words per (lin.). . .0.50

Hospital Lord Love A Duck- have the spotlight on Sat- also Dorsey Gladden will be

Roddy McDowell, Tuesday Weld urday with Sunday's entertain- here. June 1, Happy Hour
C. Field Minnesota Clay ment by Bud Clark. from 5 to 6 and. June 2, is
Mitchell. Diana ManinFrleay game night. FOR SALE: Three ((3)) BedroomOak FOR RENT: 2BR A/C, trailer
Cameron Hill Park. Liberal terms. free use of boat Mon. Fri
May 27 ACEY DUCEY CLUB The
fishing & dock
7714228. privileges
Phone
Of Moon Liters will be
The Buc- the
NAS Rage playing at 10 min. from NAS.
Ricardo club this Friday and Satur- approx.
caneers Montalbon on "
BEST OFFER: KENMORE 600" $75. 264 9198.
Vincent Price day the music will :1 be providedby CPO CLUB Friday May 27,. Portable Dishwasher. Roto Rack,
Hospital Strange Bed Fellows Charlie Jay. John Arnold will be the Grand Opening of the excellend condition 771 5316. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Have
Rock Hudson Gina Lol- will appear at the club on Sun CPO dub. Special attractionthat prime restaurant location' in

labrigidaC day. Game night is every Sun- night will be the fabulous Orange Park. Will supply part 4f
Field Pinocchio In Outer day and Tuesday. "Ink Spots." Also that night ORANGE PARK NEW HOMES cost: for new operation. 264 -

Space Saturday May 28 lobster will be served for$2.25 All brick, 3 & 4 BDRMS 2 9822.
NAS Made In Paris Ann BLUE JACKETS INN Jimmy and a 10 oz T Bone steak for Bath built in range/O cen

Margaret Louis Jourdan Strickland appears this Thursday $1.30. You may buy your tral heat A/C optional ALTERATIONS AND
for the dance music. Friday'sband EXPERT
tickets at the club for $1.00.
Hospital Laurel And Hardy'sLaughing' $13950 $17000. Dwn. payment
will be March Wilson with TAILORING: mens & womens
Also included in the of
20's Stan Laurel price $450 $700. PAUL C. ARM- reasonable 388.7525
Oliver HardyC. Phil Cay on Saturday. Twobands the ticket is free beer &buffet. STRONG REALTOR 264 clothes,
have been scheduled for Sunday,
Field Synanon Edmund The 28th the special will be 2195.
Chuck Conners a band called the After Fives lobster for $2.25 and a 10 oz
O'Brien
Sunday, May 29 will be playing from 2 to 5. steak for $1.65. Entertainmentwill ROLLING HILLS: 2 Story 3BR DR'S LAKE WATERFRONTfor
From 8 to 12, the Holidays for rent: 3BR, 2B, A/c home,
be provided by Bud Clark. & double
NAS Cave Of The Living 2 1/2 B, cent heat air, fireplace, on 1 '&1/2 acres in
entertainment. On Monday
your Sunday Barbeque Ribs for $1.00
Dead Adrine Holden Erika garage, paneled den fireplace
Park close accredi-
to
Orange ,
Phil Cay will provide the music and a Chicken dinner for $.85 9 mil. fr. NAS & CecIL 781-
Renburg Call 264-
Of The Buc- and on Tuesday Lonnie.Vessel'sLoose for adults and $.50 for a childs 3048. ted schools shopping.
Rage
Hospital
2215 evenings.
Ends will play for your plate.
caneers Ricardo Montalbon,
entertainment. Wednesday is THUNDERBIRD 1960: A/T full
Vincent PriceC.
Bingo Night. w/alr, A 1 cond ORANGE PARK: Furn. 2 BR.
Field Tomb Of Torture power
wIblue Apt. A/C built in elec. kit.,
lit blue
new premium tires
Annie Mark Marion
Albert Monday, May 30 usa NOTES ORF A "Beef Dinner"with int. call Robert Moore washer/dryer avail. 264-6884

all the trimmings will be 356 1114, nights & wk
318 North Ocean
NAS Spy Who Came In From USO NOTES SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
The Cold -.Richard Burton,Clair Street Special events at the held Friday, May 27, beginninga ends 7241903.DOWNTOWN Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
Bloom USO this week include Thursday'sHomemade 7 p.m. Entertainment will .
be provided by "Ginger"on RIVERSIDE:,1 BR Military Background
Made In Paris Goodies Night and on
Hospital
would be A
Ann Margaret Louis Jourdan Friday an informal dance, will the keyboard. Price will be furn apt., 557 Oak, adult, private career helpful.possible very for rewarding the-

C. ,Field Lord Love A Duck be held. Sunday's movie will $5.00 per call couple.extension For 275.JZc4) reser-. 354 4903. Right Man. Write to the Regional -

Roddy. McDowell Tuesday WeldTuesday I be "Lydia Bailey",. starting at vations $200.00 Director, P.O. Box 13177,
FOR SALE: 1964 Monza
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37 -
,May and take'over Orlando,Fla. 32809, ... ;
NAS McHale's Navy -Ernest '
call 133 2669.
Borgnine, Joe Flynn PIZZA mm REAL ESTATE FREE CONSULTATION -

Hospital Cave Of The ) FOR SALE: IN HUNTINGTON, advice. 7 days a week.
'
Living Dead Adrine Holden
Convenient to NAS & Cecil 3BR Homes for sale $100 Down.
Erila Renburg TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM brick rambler, 2B, LR Sep DR, Equities, No Qualifying. Rent-
C. Field Strange Bed Fellows als. Homesite Lots, Acreage
family with fire-
room
PREMIUM BEER-CIl01CE CUT STEAKS paneled
Rock 'Hudson, Gina Lol- WALTER
Investments. T.BOW-
place. Eat in kitchen with GE
lib rigid aWednesday June 1 ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI appliances, Central heat and air, DEN, Reg. Broker USN Retired.

double garage, fenced back yard. 384-1376
NAS Con-
Flipper Chuck
Call 771 9413
nors, Luke Halpine ....., "PIZZA. FOR SALE-65 MUSTANG CONV.
Flipper will have two showings: .. IMMEDIATE SALE: 1958 FORD red, mag wheels, clean, $2195.Ph. .
1st showing will be at 5; 2nd our specialty"In FAIRLANE mechanically excellent 733-5610 after 4 p.m.

showing will be at 8 1957 35 HP Johnson out-
Hospital Spy Who Came In the Heart of Cedar Hills board motor. Reasonable of- PENSACOLA HOUSE FOR RENT:

From The Cold Richard Burton FRANK DERICKSON fers. 1964 Kenmore wash with option to buy, 4 BR, 2

Clair BloomC. machine, excellent condition, B. swim pool. 4 lots conY.
Field Laurel And Hardy'sLaughing four bothh schools & NAS Call
Blvd. Ph. 771 0170 sea grass rugs owner
20's Stan Laurel 3619 Blending ,.1f cost. EV9 .7711 ex 264 6884.
Oliver Hardy 84 0FOR


YES WE HAD A. F'IIE AND Hit Va:, BEEN SALE: ORDERED OVER- TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY
dependents, Stenos typists, key-
,.CLOSED. IT BURNED OUR BUILDING BUT SEAS, C2 tfuick Special de- punch operators, bookkeepers
lux 4 Dr. 2 Air conditioners floral designers .
assign.As
NOT OUR FOOD WE ARE NOW OPEN & 18.500 BTU All Exc. Cond. you are available.temp. TEMP-
EV9- 7711 8644
ext.
READY TO SERVE YOU THE Bldg.ORARY 356-0753 TALENT, 1130 ACL

ANYWHERE FOR SALE: In Rolling Hills 4BR
CHICKEN
&
BEST SEAFOOD brick home, 10650 Sq. ft. 2B, SWDSPECIALIZING

DR, den /fireplace, cent
heat/air Par kay firs..lg.patio IN HOMES FOR

4821 SAN JOAN AYE. Huge Oak tree, 10 min. Cecil MILITARY PERSONNEL. Con-
Sl1rirttRoATS
20 min. NAS 1243 Pali- vient to NAS and Cecil Field.

PHONE: 384l -23NV. sades Dr. 7810236SINGERS Nothing down to military person-
r' S>A>OOO CHICKEN ANYWHtRl'NVfcNENT nel with 2 or more years active
: ( DRIVE IN MARKING SPACE duty. Call Page Asplnwall USN
FOR $15 (ret), representing Naval Per..
SEWING MACHINES ,LEFT IN sonnel for Stockton Whatley &

storage, good condition, fully e- Davin call 771 1241 or 356-
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pi i m G.; Mortimer, FredrickW.
. I Nalan, Norbert P.; Ninman,
t, POINTED TALK LtCol. John W. Sullivan, Aviation Det., Charles L.; Page Richard R.;
CO left, and Col. Robert W. Kersey, CHATECHTRA Staff, Painter, Floyd D.; Seeker, Hur-
: .. : ..' :.:, bert, G.: Sison, Donald; Sivia
'''r -- -::""' ,- ,:,"_..=- ---.J' -.........._., tI'. '' : ." \ examine the pun//// board, a series of metal or bamboo spikes Lawrence; Stewart,J. D.; Wil-
! ) _"::.z ; ; .. hidden in bushes or pit traps to Inflict casualties on Marinesin liams, Joseph; Williams The-
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"'I" PHOTO OF THE MONTH. .Sports was the subject for the for an orientation tour of the Aviation Detachment. The pun/Ii/ To SSgt. '

t t t. ... Fleet Air Photo Lab's "Picture of the Month" contest, and board, used here as a military training device in conducting
r Murphy McNabb, HM2 submitted the winning photo. With PHI 1 field and classroom instruction, was discussed while touringthe Addtngton James G.; Androl-
Boyington to supply the action, McNabb shot at 1/200 of a Def. Training Branch. evich, Robert W.; Andrew Ben-
, second at F/16 using a strobe as fill-in light. jamin R.; Boucher, Walter A.;
,I : of Christiansen,'Ronald J.; Demel-
NOW OPEN lo, Paul L.; Dixon Richard R;
Earhardt, Bruce J.; FrostRobert -
"j AIA jIf Fvire OilS JAX MARINES F.t: Hall, Preston; Hart,
James D.; 'Humphreys, RichardD.
\ t I'Y:: ,, 0- '" CENT R CtySgt.tXT.Joel 400 Ferguson Edward.; Jenison L.Kelly Peter B.; Jones,

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PROMOTIONSThe To GySgt. old R.Levalley, 'Robert L.;
QUALITY SERVICE McElroy, Melvin; McDowell,
J : selection of more than Alexander, Earl M.; Bain- Charles W.; Newsom. Willie 0.;
17,000 Marine staff sergeantsand bridge, Harvey A. ;BallardJohn; Parker, Jerome S.j: Payne,
I t Specializing In gunnery sergeants has cli- H.; Bastyr Michael J.; Batten James W.; Pettree, Del E.
maxed "the biggest promotion Edgar J.; Curey John M.; Dar-
i boom" in recent Marine Corps nell Robert B., Disque, Howard Reeder Bernard D.; Reynolds,
Oil & Lub Jobs history according to Headquarters 0.; Drake, Earl H. William F.; Russell, GeorgeE.
I' Changes Marine Corps. Domer, Orvallee M; Easter .; Sloan, Needham; Sprag-
Included on the selectee lists John J.; Harvey, J. B.; Heard, gins, Laven L.; Starett, Roxert
S were the names of 31 AviationDet. Tommie L.; Kamplain.Gene C.;, A.; Stens, Gerald A.; Thomassen -
/ f Rend Service Fuel Oil Service Marines selected for gunnery Lansing, Thomas S.; Mauk Bruce; Walker,Joseph E.;
r sergeant ,and 34 selectedfor Thomas N.; McKee Jessie G.; Waske Paul Jp and White, Don-
1 elevation to staff sergeant. Mencum, James R.; Mitchell ald R.
:: k 1651 HANDING ILVD. 389-3269 The two boardsstaff _. ...._- -..If ......
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rj'r duced 6286 selectees ((778 of
whom have also been selectedfor
\, temporary warrant officer/
j second lieutenant) and the ser-
geant to staff sergeant, which
selected 11,355. for promotion,
announced their selection today
\ after being in session since
\ I March 25 and April 1 respect- '

\ -. ively.Three thousand and eighty-
SMMERHAUPARTMINTSj four of the selected gunnery ser-
geants will sew on their chevrons
in June while 4,425 sergeantswill v
don their first "rocker"in
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June. The remaining selecteeswill
be promoted as vacancies
[ exist.
Headquarters also announcedthat

WEST JAX'S NEWEST t MOST MODERN 250 first 375 master sergeants sergeants along with and

APARTMENTS. CONVENIENTLY 20 sergeant majors and 73 mast -V
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LOCATED NEAR 10TH lASES. their warrants in June.In GOES REGULAR Pfc. Robert C. Dickinson, right, is con
Oily Mil. To Cecil & HAS addition it was announced that gratulated by LfCo// J. W. Sullivan, Aviation Def. CO, after
2,976 corporals would b<5 pro-
his Reserve
Dickinson
changed status by signing for a
7} UNITS 1,2A 3 Bedroom Apts. moted month. to sergeant in the same three-year four in the regular Marine Corps. Pfc. Dickinson up ,
who served for seven months in the reserve after Joining the

FURN.orUNFURN. nnri efficiency' ts. Local Marines selected for Marine Air Reserve Training Def.,,01 a the, Kansas, requested
gunnery sergeant and staff ser- infantry training at Camp Pencileton, Calif., and will report
geant are: there this week.
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,New :Records Set


k X I N i .S. Meet
1 Marines


The NAS Jax Marines
repeated their win In the Track
& Field Meeting held last
Wednesday, May18. The Marines
collected a total of 39.5 to take
the first place position for the
second consecutive year.
Several participants broke
existing records to write their
4J name in the record book. Wil-
j r liam Knepp of the Marine Air
Reserve Training Detachment
"" '-: .:'" ran the 100 yard dash in 10:2.
.f't ''"' '., The old record was held by

,.".'... .....'. ;, Marine Ted Turner.In .
; t' \ the 880 yard run, Esau
Whitehead,of the Marine Bar-
'THE OF.FYS like this one.that Pamelll Jones used to capturethe racks broke Dave Car Use's
Indy 500" will have a long way to go this year., Challenng old record of 2:16. Whitehead
l/ .fne. old /ncvfne on May 30th will be _Mor/o/ Andre til's covered Five the Marines distance finished In 2:07.
the
Sfabham-Fora( 'Andretti set an Impressive new ,qualifying, record sprint medley relay with a
of 165.899 to win the pole./ 'time of 2:10:6 to' break the

existing record.: The team
was composed of Grimes, Fowler : -
Scronce .AndBa'dwin' Whitehead and DIxon. !
Fred Klomann of the Hospital -

Sew-up Spr. SeriesThe ; 6 ft. tied to win his the own running record high of ,FIRST /
jump. H. Brown of VP 30
placed second in the event. for,
weather was ideal this The sail off between the Paul Fowler of the Marines of the
past week end as the Navy top skippers of the Navy Jacksonville took first place In the running D
Jacksonville, Sailing Club hosted Sailing dub.the Florida long jump with second place .
the last race in the Spring Tri- Yatch dub and the Rudder' going to'Lee Miller of VP45.. An
,Club Series. Club spring series will be heldat The Marines took another first been
Bill Scronce 'again scored a the NJSC next Sunday. All. place In the shot put with a throw May
double ,win to finalize his position hands are invited to attend. by William Grimes' Chester The
(
at the top of the, Gannet ,,
Class at the NJSC. George ; t
Baldwin,. of the Florida Yacht: :
Club in the Rhodes Bantam a a .tri
Class won his two races ;
and squeaked Into first place.A .
new class of boats showedup
this week wis,Fleet 47
of the O'Day Day Sailer Association -
came out en masse. Craig of the Hospital finished
The Day Sailer, skippers put Florida Georgia Interservlce second.:
on a heated race as all,'the' boats 1966 Softball Schedule Howard Brown of VP 30
were very evenly matched.. May 27 and Richard Pfister of VAP- :
The results of the races wereas '62 took first 'and second place,
follows: Orlando AFB at Cecil Field respectively, In the pole vault )
Rhodes Bantam, Sanford at Jax Navy event. The one mile run was "L't
taken by Ernest Kallus of VP-5
George Baldwin FTC 1-1 Way 28
with Marvin St. Jean, VP 45
Ted Hanks NJSC 3-3 Sanford at Cecil Field finishing second.
Lou Caron NJSC 2-4 Orlando AFB at, Jax Navy Scott: McKenzie of the Hospital (
Dan Jackson NJSC 4-5 finished second behind
Steve Griffith 5-6 June 17
NJSC
Knepp In the 100 yard dash
Phil Thibodeau NJSC DNF 2 Robins AFB
lax Navy at I Knepp also won a second place
Gannet Cecil Field at Glynco position in the 220 .- yard dash .
behind Charles Huntley of
Bill Scronce NJSC 1-1 June 18 FAETU.
.
Charley Eastham NJSC 3-2 Jax Navy at Glynco First in the 440 was Randle -
Ron Phillips NJSC 2-4 Cecil Field at Robins AFB DIxon of the Marines with
Jim Pantano NJSC 4-3 24 Charles Huntley finishing second $
June
Jack Williams of VP 45
Day Sailers lax Navy at Cecil Field was second behind Whitehead
Dan Laurence 1-1' In the 880.
Fred Collins 2-2 July 1 Fleet. Airborne Electronics :
Hugh Parker 3-3 Robins AFB at Jax Navy Training Unit (FAETU) collected ;
Russ Seipp NJSC ,4,. DNF Glynco at Cecil Field fifteen points for 'second
Steve Bowes. DNS:'DNS 2 place, followed' by: Hospital,
1, *',', July 14; Vp.. .55, 10.5; VP-30,
Final Series Standings" :; Robins AFB at Jax Navy 10; MARTD, 9; VP 5,
:. Glynco at Jax Navy 8; VAP '- 62, 3.5; 679th, .5;
Bantams{ July 15 with both FICEUR and Com-
FairJax finishing with no score.
Baldwin FYC Jax Navy at Sanford The Intramural Track& Field ,
D. '
Jackson NJSC Cecil Field at Orlando AFB Meet Is an annual affair : .... '
T. Hanks NJSC ; Gannet July 16 The site of this year's meet was
W. Scronce NJSCC Jax Navy at Orlando AFB IntheNATTCarea.
Cecil Field at Sanford '
Eastham NJSC -,"\ ". The right angle to use In do- .
J. Pantano NJSC July/ 22 Ing a hard job Is the tryangle.

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It'I. )f "., Jax Intramural Scoreboard Fliers Down .f \ Whistling! In 4


fA,, BOWLING National League St. Johns .

: t American League Rejects 39 13 m The Rigging
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Ficeur 37 15 3-1 8-1 .
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Mad 37
J' Foxes 11 Sky Warr A 33 15 .
," : .. Cloak & Daggers 37 11
I Sparks 37 15Pro's Nartu 35 17 By Lt. P. E. Thibodeau '
33 19 "Fliers"boosted
27 White fiats The J ax Navy
15
; Air 33 15t' NFO 30 22 their record to eight wins last Last Saturday, the Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club lent it's helpto
t 679th Ops 33 19 Hurricanes 30 22 weekend when they defeated St. die Navy Relief Drive by offering a free sailboat ride to
'I/ Phantoms 29 23 Neptunes 29 23 John's Park Baptist Church In purchasers of one or more Navy Relief tickets. At this writing,
t'. Cat Fives 28 24 doubleheader.John but It is anticipated that we
:' Play Boys 25 23 a the outcome of the effort is not known
t Supply 24 24 Riggers 27 25 Littleton gave up only will hive' a crowd. The credit for this excellent idea goes to
\ Lucky 7 25 27 5 scattered hits to win his fifth
( .
Treasurer.The
Electrons 23 29 Russ Seipp, NJSC
_
t i ," Spartans 23 25 game of the season (against one Kennedy Trophy
; Marine 13ks. 19 27 Spring Tri Club SeriesSall In me recent :
f! ;{ ,; \ Cannon Cockers 19 29 Alec a nicks 24 27 loss) by a score of 3 1. Tom- 1 Off is coming up this Races, April 2 and 3 at An-
MIXers 23 29 Thomas of Air Ops was the
j" Eagles 20 32 my Sunday. This is a race betweenthe napolis. Racing in the N.A.
I Pelicans 20 32 Doctors 23 29 big man with the bat in the first top men in each class to Luders 44 Yawls, the scoring.,
Namtd 20 32 Darters 21 27 game knockingin 2 hits both determine who is the best was as follows: Navy 38, U of
j Trainers 19 29 Devicers 20 32 credited for RBI's. sailor. Like to sec all the NJSC R.I. 36, Prlncton 35, U of S. Cal.
,
Alley Katz ,18 34 ,Galley 1 20 "' 32 The Fliers took the second members and families turnout 33, Stanford 30, MIT 25, King's
f "i Flag Staffs 14 34 ''Aewron B 11.41Alley game 8-1 behind the pitch- for this. The Florida Yacht Point Merchant Marine Academy
Cats 6 46 ing of Don Stewart 0 & R, and the series 16 and
p ; Aewron "A" 11 ,29 Club will present 20, Wisconsin 20, Wayne
: 4 Ray Meadows, ComFairJax. trophies at the FYC Sunday Tulane 15. Sen.Edward Kennedy .
SOFTBALL Stewart worked six innings, giv- evening and all Skippers and made the awards aboard theN.A.
". Continental League American League ing up only one run to keep St. Crews who participated in the schooner America.
Johns' team scoreless. It was series are invited to have dinner Plans (schemes) are pretty
: ,'j, Airmen 36 20 Admin : .' 7 ,0VP5 his third win of the season at the FYC after the trophy well firmed up for the Mug Race
Mix Masters 32 20 ; 6 1 against one loss. presentation. coming up June 4. If you don't
; ; ; Spoilers 31.5 20.5 VP-30 .: 4 2 Meadows worked the final inning have a boat or crew, you'd bet-
'jj Desk Jockeys 30.5 21.5 .Hosp ;.4.. 2 allowing two hits. St.Johns'one I've come up with a few more ter get with ill I The race is'
Thunderheads 28 20 Marine Gd. I' 1,3, 4 runwas scored against Mead- military sailing facilities to due to stan at Palatka. A
l' Pizzans 28.5 23.5 679th 'r 2 '3 ows, but it came too late in the add to the list published on April group is planning to sail/tow
I Galley 3 28' 24 Afees t. 2" 4VP game to help. 28, Washington D. C.-Newport, down Friday afternoon and stay
I King Pins 231 21 /- 45 '1 ,4, The Fliers will take the field R. I. Patuxent River, MD.- overnight. Looks like a pre-
: I Molarol 23 21 this Friday when they host San- Ouantico, Va Camp Lejeune, race party Is in the offing. .,
I Torch Pots 26 26 National 1 League' ford in their opening game of N. C. McDill AFB, Tampa- Probably this is a good ideaas
i VP 30 25 27 the Florida Georgia Interservice London, England. Foreign Nav- most people don't have the
., I Druthers ,. 25. 27 Comm : '. }, 6 0 Conference. The game is ies, which have organizations energy after 8-12 hours of sail-
I Sky Warr B 23' 25 YAP 62' .61-' 1 scheduled for Macroth Field at simillar to the U. S. Naval in the from Palatkato
,4* t; TopPers F 24 28 CFJ 5 1 5 p.m. The schedule for the Sailing Association are: Royal ing the Rudder: races Club!
BB Stackers 24 28 Nanu 4 2 Jax Navy and Cecil Field gamesis Canadian N.S.A. Royal Brit- have
The Muschamp, boys
: Hard Hats 20 28 O&R 4 3
on pageJax ish NSA-Royal Hellenic(Greece) moved the Anytime to Graham'sto
i Moon1iters 19 29 Supply 2 3 NSA. I think there are more,
it for sale and John
( Detters 20.5 31.5 A/C Maint 2 3 put up
If you'll let me know, I'll add '
U-Control is in the of
2 4 Brown process get- '
Griffins 15 25 Weapons
them to list.
my
the for the
Frigate ready
ting
Tipplers 18 39 MARTD 1 4
i Club To thing. Looks sort of bare out
i Flying In the competition circuit late-
at the end of the dock. Jamie
1 ly, the Navy has been in the news White checked In recently witha

Y.sky.. Host 2nd MeetThe with the following items: Key Schock 22 cruiser and will
j : West (representing the USNSA) have it in the water shortly.Our .
Jax Navy U-Control Fly- won back the Read Cup from the lone Suicide, owned by Tren
iA ing Club will hold their second: HMS Tiger (representing the Ward, left, last week for the
meet of the season this Sunday, RBNSA) for the first time in West Coast. Tren just got back
May 29, at the NAS Drill Field. many years. Sailing in Bosuns, from V.N. and ;,got orders West.
The meet scheduled for 1 p.m., Mob jacks, Gannets and Sunfish, Maybe he can shake-up the'California ':
itff Is open to all interested Model the l Key West crews ranupagood boys with his boat:. it's '
: ,
of and left the: '
Fliers in the area as well as margin ,points fast! ,
spectators.All Tigers' crews a sadder but wiser -: The Cruisers in the area are
f yak; i,: interested Modelers are group. The' Read :'Cupwas beginning their summer racing
I _4 <:1: ... urged to contact the Director established' 1954 by the RBNSA circuit and 'some of our mem-
of the NAS Hobby Shop Ext. to foster competition between are making plans to crew on them:
8378 Monday through Friday, visiting warships of the two Nav If anybody knows of someone

10 a.m. 6 p.m. for information ies.The who needs a crew, we've got a'
t concerning the dub and Naval Academy's cored a pool of avid sailers who like to

5 future flying dates. string of wins over Its opponents try it.

,; SALTY SEZ Seems ye olde
t NJSC 'as a few members who
I .1 : THERE IS A
are a wee bit leary 'o comingout
i
I I fer the club races and other
PIC- functions. U'fn yer'r afeard
AUTO I LOANS the salts will scuttle themselves -

f laughing at yer attempts ter sail,
N'-SAVE don't be! They most all lamed
J the hard way an' will be glad
ter help ye larn the ropes. As '
STORE ter meet'ns an' such, it's alla
part o' belongin' ter a club, ,
where ye kin get t'gether an'
.. NEAR YOU gam an' pass the scuttlebuttwith
,a group o' swabs as all 'ave "
+ 1. the same Interests. Yer monthly -
''j
r rneetin' Is where yer club
business (is cussed discussed
CHECK OUR an if'fn yer not there ye can't
lave much say as terwhat'sgoing'on
See Your LUNCHEON SPECIALS So, 'ow bout it Lads and
Lasses, it's your club!

CREDIT UNION Corvair,,Club Event

For Low Cost Slated For SundayThe

AUTO LOANS! Conair Club of Jacksonville -
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
will present a Gym-
Finance your new or used car at the credit khana at the J. M. Field's
union, where the costs are low. No extra All Ranks All AgesLOW Shopping Center, 48th and Main -

charges. And no penalties If you must ref/n-/ RATES Street, on Sunday, May 29. '
later. added Registration opens at 9 a.m.,
once Every eligible at no cost.
1 practice Is at 10 a.m.with the
Want to know what your trade-in Is worth? Ask '
time runs; starting at 1 'p.m.
....t. us for the Blue Book price before you see the EASY MONTHLY Jacksonville area classification

I :. dealer. will be used. Trophies will be
PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd

:; fax Navy cdO'Wvirwio lttd of depending 11 classes.on entries, with a total

/ Fastest time of the day will

# receive two tickets to the closed .
circuit showing of the"Indy 500"at
INSURANCE AGENCY the Florida Theatre on Monday,
May 30. .
JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26
All service
: personnel are Invited -
Tel. r 6479 Roosevelt llvd. 381-7476
384-4721 or Tel. SP 1-3271 or to participate. There will

Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205 2990 Mayport Rd: 249-5649 Call Us Anytime be a rigid technical inspection of .',
Hours: Mon-Fr/ 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Fr/ 8:30-3:00 all cars and .seat belts are ;
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I (!lfYaAsk'Ts Shan ri La State Drivers' Lice.se Rei. li I



With the Memorial Day week- speed and follow all the "rules Will ReturnTo (Editor's note: This is the NEW MEXICO Required .,'
end coming up, we know that of the road" fifth in a series of articles on expires on last day of month of ,:
hundreds of people are going to Richard Abrams, SA "This MayportThe state licensing laws presentedfor licensee's birthday; must be
die on American highways In long weekend driving usually the convenience of our read- obtained for two-year maximumor
automobile accidents. This week takes moref ers.) a prorated portion thereof. I
the "If Ya Ask Us" reporter patience than attack aircraft carrier Fee: operator's, $3.25 for two "
traveled to NAS Jax to ask: any other time.I USS Shangri La will returnto NEBRASKA Required; good years; duplicate, $.75. Written
"What are you going to do to plan on going its Mayport homeport June for two years; expires September exam, driving test and eye test I
make sure you're not one slower than 2, after a six month long 1 of odd-numbered years. required for original license;and f
of them?" usual, be more'observing overhaul at the Philadelphia Fee, $3; renewal, $3; duplicate, on renewal after expiration. 'J J!1
Norman Cook, ABH1 "If I and Naval Shipyard.The $50. Written exam, driving test Written and eye test for out -of- j
drive at all, I'm going. to drive also be more 44,000 ton ship sailed and vision test required for original state licensee. Nonresident (is 1
with my head- b .':,.. courteous toABRAMS from Philadelphia Tuesday license. Nonresident's permitted to use his valid home :
lights on. By wards other drivers." morning. She will spend several license honored for .a period of state operator's license to drive ( t
doing this I feelas days in Norfolk taking on sup- 30 days continuous residence.No in New Mexico. No special .
though it plies and ammunition before special licensing arrange- licensing arrangement for resident I
will remind N. R. Drive steaming to Mayport. ments for resident servicemen. servicemen. Nonresident "t f
both myself The carrier, commanded by General state law applies for both servicemen may use home state F t
and others of Captain A. L. Elliott, arrivedin issuance and renewal. driver's license Surrender of :
the high acci- Quota LagsBehindGoal Philadelphia in mid Nov- valid license issued by another ,/ I
dent rate." COOK ember of last year. She was NEVADA Required; expires state required upon application v \j
Charles Harper. MSgt. (AF) greeted upon arrival by Mayor every five years on licensee's for a New Mexico operator's j
"Keeping an eye out for James H. J. Tate and since birthday except that any license license. 'I- .: 1
other drivers r11 that time has been visited by issued on or after the licensee's :
because most Commander, Fleet Air Jack- thousands of Philadelphia area ,65th birthday shall expire in two NEW YORK Required;staggered j
of the time sonville Staff leads the Navy residents. years. Fee, $3, licensee's over expiration date system,
you have to Relief Drive from figures total- Navy officials describe the age 65, $1. Written exam, sign licenses" validated for 'three .'fJ.
drive I for ed as of May 18. They are overhaul as being "in depth"The recognition test, vision and driving years.Invitation Fee to -renew operator's is mailed, <$3. .'1 ;I
within overhaul and modernizationwork i test required. Nonresident's
them also. one percent of this goal
30 1' f
days prior to expiration by
with 99ft in contributions received cost approximately $12 license honored until non;
thus far.Percentages million, required more than resident's vehicle registration Department of Vehicles.; f
for other instal-. 200,000 man hours and encom- expires in former home state. to address on their file. May be 'I
HARPER
lations and passed portion of the Servicemen having Nevada license -. arranged by mail. Effective .
commands every ,
participating -
Dorothy Coble "When I
Idrive, July I, 1964, visual reexamtn4t!
in this ship. The refurbishing of the may continue use of such
drive are as follows -
I drive for five other cars. I tion will be required once every "1, '
hull
: required the cutting of license while in the active serv-
watch the ., 170 holes in the ships sides ice, regardless of license term- nine years. Nonresident license ; :
front, the rear Command Percent and bottom. ination date, but it must be val honored on a reciprocal basis
and both sides, The aircraft carrier received idated. Nonresident servicemenmay providing the driver is at least N
as well as CFJ Staff 99% Improved electronic systems use out-of-state license if 18 years of age. Must obtain
keeping in, US NavHos 76% and equipment and has been air- vehicle is registered in another license when reciprocity ends.
mind the f NATTC 71ft conditioned throughout. Approximately state. fVlcemen: If In military serj1' -
speed. It is MAD 60ft 1/3 of her flight deck v on or after June 25,
very easy to I NAS Jax 53ft received new aluminum clad NEW HAMPSHIRE Required 'may continue to use
COBLE. NAS Sanford 49ftNASGlynco planking. all licenses expire on the second, licenses until Sept
lose control of a car." ., 45ft<< anniversary of the holder's birth- it 30th next, succeeding
Dennis L. Cole, SP4 "Dueto NAS CF 43ftCFJ DOD ConductsCredit day following date of issuance. In eider expiration: the New
the congested, highway con.,. Units 41% years when February 29th does Yor C State Defense Emergency
ditions on any NARTU 41ftCFAD not occur, licenses otherwise Act or 60 days after separation -
day off from 37ft Prog m expiring on that are deemed to from service whicheveroccu"rs
work there are I FAW-11 18<10< expire on March 1st. Fee, original first. If the licensee"
numerous accidents rI Overall Area 48ft For MilitaryAn $10;renewal,$5,duplicate entered military serves aCter.July' .
due to I $1; motorcycle license, $10. 1, 1963 he must notifythe
the fact 'that so L .Recipient of the Ford Mustang accelerated information Written and oral exam, eye test 'Commissioner 'of' Mot r.Ve-;
manypeoplearecareless. ] j'V" A given away durng the third week program underway by the,Defense -. and driving test required for original hicles within 60' days. after'
+ # of the drive Mr. F.H. 'entry to qualify for"thisi'ex-, .
They| A tI was Department to make milItary llcense.'Nonresident's license I
prove this tobe COLE Klassy of 0 & R Dept. Mr. personnel more knowledgeable -' honored on reciprocal basis t tensionNORTH ",;? ,
true by the high numbeFof accidents T. P. Monks of AMD receiveda concerning credit buying. visitor's permit not required. CAROLINA Required
shown every holiday per $50 Savings' Bond while Re-issue of DOD Directive Also reciprocal with regard to operator's license
;
iod. To prevent any accidents Mrs. W. C. Ashley of 0 & R 1344.7 requests sellers and lend- nonresident who obtains employ every four years on licensee's expires
one should drive defensively. Always got a $25 bond.Foreign ers to subscribe to"Standardsof ment or enters children in school. birthday. Renewal and re-
be on the alert and antici- Fairness" by Informing the examination of all operator's
pate what the others will do." CountriesGet military buyer of the full cost every four years. Fee, opera-
W.E. Tedley, ADRAN "This P.3B "Orion"New of credit. NEW IERSERY-Requiredex- tor's $2.50; duplicate; $.50. J.
Memorial Day_everyone, myself The directive includes a table pires after one year or three Written exam, driving test,road
included, 'r IIU fl.- :' Zealand, Australia and Whereby the annual rate may be years. Fee: one year, $3, sign test and vision test
should keep in! other countries now buying computed so the purchaser may three years, $8; duplicate, road sign test and vision test ;w \
mind that! 11 Navy's long range antisub- make a comparison.In $2. Written exam, vision check .required. Nonresident's license I
drinking and + marine warfare aircraft P-3 line with President John- and driving test required for original is honored on reciprocal basis; ": '
driving don'tmix.lt'sagood' ,, Orion, will be receiving anew son's "Truth In Lending" pro- license. Nonresident license visitor's permit not required.
version of the Patrol plane. posals, the directive notes that: honored on reciprocalbasis North Carolina license must be '
Idea to makeU ';,. Called P 3B Orion the new sellers and lenders are expectedto ; visitor's permit not re- secured when residence is established -
"that one fort\U\= < .. aircraft have more powerful make full disclosure of the quired. Serviceman with valid within state. Ser-
the road" cofTEDLEY engines with increased perfor- full cost of credit, simply and New Jersery license at time of vicemen stationed outside state
fee. I am going to watch my mance and safety, clearly, before any credit con- entry into service may drive on may renew North Carolina driv-.

............ -.---_._._. -"......_.....'.. tract is negotiated. such license in during period of er's license by mail. Application '
;:...........vs&s&tts&ffssfs&sasSACRIFICE, : :-:-:.:-:;:;:;: m:. >>X.--xw .v Signed by Deputy Secretary of service while ,uniform and for must be endorsed by Commanding .
: Defense Cyrus Vance, the directive -' 90 days after discharge. Dur- Officer and accompanied -
: g$ also explains jurisdictionof ing this 90 day period evidenceof by doctor's certificate
commanders regarding on- discharge must be in as to physical condition. : .
: SWIMMING POOL f base solicitation.The possession of the operator.
directive is scheduled for To be continued next week
20 x 40 COMPLETELY SCREENED IN i publication in the Federal Register -

f UNDERWATER liGHTS. SELF CLEANING >;_ July 1."Of and. will become effective

COVERED PATIO special concern," the Mlsf '.
10'x 1 60' directive states, "is the needto 4.'
1 3 Bedrooms, 1 l'/j Baths. Wall-To-Wall Carpet s assure that members of the ,

Throughout. Never Lived In After Complete armed forces are not sibject to 1 Jy "
fraudulent, usurious or unethical
r:: Renovation. j business practices and that MOBILE HOMES i INC ;, :
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$2,500 IN CASH & ASSUME $11,200 reasonable and conslstant stand- PRESENTS ': ; ',.A .
ards are applied to each company
MORTAGE $82.00 MO. INCLUDING { and Its agents In conducting commercial INSTANT LIVING BY .."::., ;t f.i i

: TAXES & INSURANCE. transactions on the In- > ,. j,
/> "J(i

r 6919 SONORA DR. stallation.The directive explains tha. ,.... NEWMOON. .: ) '1
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in Westwood off 103rd St. military departments willprovide "
rr r1 '-: assistance to those who observe -
:;::1 of the direc- jdand ,
OOmle '
requirements n wtr s : ;K
Donnell letters charging -
Bill I tive by referring

I I military to personnel the debtor with through indebtedness Excellent Buys On Used Coaches ,. .1 I

246-4257 3 military channels. Bank Rate Financing !
\ ATLANTIC BEACH +
J
|1 LIQUIDATING 23 NEW & NEWUSED HOUSES FRA Memorial Services 3312 PHILIPS HIGHWAY'. '. I !

I IN ORANGE PARK CEDAR HILLS AREA x. band Memorial and Unit Day 126 will Services conduct PHONE, 398-3460 'y(. .' 1 ,

Sale on Monday, May 30th, at ? :
: '
Discount 25For Quick $ 11 a.m. at the Memory Gardenson '\\i; .
Blaming Boulevard. After the U'7USfllilfj
I VA C01DW VETS EQUITIES FHA f 1 services, the members and ,
guests are Invited to.return :to
I LOANS TRADES J ij !tit: FAA Hall for a buffet MOBILE HOMESL INC
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L... ". ;i Pogo 16 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER May 26, 1966



f ''fif : 7" NAS CECIL FIELD INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL WRAPUP .



-', 'jnl.: f I ;' Monday, May 16 NAMTG,- 7; Swpp/y-5/ up with a run in the eighth to NAMTG's hits were made by NAMTG came up with two runs
.
.:, N :1 take the win 5-4. Teffey with a double, Hammond to win the Admin finally '

;: :y 1 V A 44.7;, VC4 4 same.
The winning pitcher for Bussell was the winning with a double, and Peterson and
fjl'.'.. ."'f 4 ;,i VA 44 chalked up another' NAMTG was Asbra with three pitcher with eight strikeouts and Dellinger with,singles.Adnjtn scored one run In' the .top
'O' 'J I win by beating the "Red RIp- strikeouts and four hits. The five hits charged against him. half of the seventh inning to win
't French with was in the lead by a
rs" of VF 11, 7 4. losing pitcher was Gravinese took the loss with
: sower was credited with the six strikeouts; and nine hits one strikeout and ten hits al- 2-0 score in the third when the game.
it
charged against him. NAMTG'sbig lowed.
U, victory nd striking allowing out only eleven.fiye hits The inning was the fourth when The hitters for VF-174 were - --- .. ,
"
they scored four runs on three Rigney with two singles,Marshall CLORIDA
Hornets" the
at
t", I, ;r was provided power by Beasley plate with hits. The big sticks for NAMTG with three singles,Parks,Wage- SANJUAN | .__ a rrrr MK NATIONALSHORBAN
,' i 4 a double in the fourth and a were Peterson with a double anda man, Austin, Petzold and Russell Ave- E
: ) single in the fifth, Olson with single, Teefey with three sing- with singles. Hits for Weapons (Between
. ; a double in the first and Bowers les, and McCommon, Anthony, were made by Waldrop with Roosevelt
; 1 '\: with a single in the third.. Hammond and Dellinger with two singles, Day, Murdock and & Blanding) J ;
singles. Espinosa, each with a single
f. I' Ruthledge was the loosing pitCher -
tf scored four of their
Supply runs
with five strikeouts and
J in the third off of scratchhit. Thursday May 19
I" five hits charged against him. one Yur Bilk for COMPLETE kiklii Services"BANKIHG ,
J The big men at the plate
: Admin 3 NAMTG 2
1 All four of the "Red Ripper"runs ; HOURS
for Supply were Coulliett with :
: scored in the third
were
;
; and fourth innings, as they collected two singles, and McNally and Hunter was the winning hurler Monday-Thursday SEE US & SAVE
I I, : their five hits in these French both with one,single each. with five strikeouts and allowing Bank 9:00am-200pm ON YOUR
: I. 1 innings. The hits were made only four hits. Anthonywas Drive-In Tellers 900am-4:30pm
.. 1: :'I ,: by Saams with a triple in the VF174 5; Weapons 4 credited with the loss as he Friday AUTO LOAN
I' r ...''? fourth, Smith, Crank, and Rut- allowed four hits and struckout
t :: :: ;'1' ledge in the third. Weapons came close to win three. Dank 9:00am-2:00pm 5:00pm-8:00pm:: Member of FDIC
ning this one, as they lead at
.t / '" the end of the first fourto Marshall'' Drive-In Tellers 900flm-8:00pm
'. AMMTG inning paced Admin's hit attack -
4
'j Weapon* one. VF-174 rallied In the at the plate with two sing-
t: ; seventh to tie the game at four les. Leonard and Hunt accounted -
: : Weapons took this one from
all. The game went Into extra for the other two hits that
.' I I "'., NAMTG, but ,only after being innings, and the Hellrazors came Admin collected
:; ,:' threatened by the instructors
.11 ',1";'. when they rallied for three runs
r.J in the sixth inning with four ,
hits, one of which was a home-
( ,' run by Peterson. YOURiflhlDAZ
4 1 Gravinese was the winning

, : : pitcher with ten strikeouts and
I f ;:',,"( seven hits charged to him. Mc-
': : Common was the losing pitC'Ar-"
< ij !-
-i''
j MAN KNOWS ALL THE
; I The power for Weapons Was
: provided by Gravinese with three r k RIGHT ANGLES ONMUFFLERS
singles, Murdock with a double
: and a single, Church with two i
\ .' singles, Waldrop and Zeoli With .'
1 ,,
singles. '
I' The hitters for NAMTG were

"',:' Peterson with two homeruns,one } HE'S SQUARE AND PROUD OF IT! "J>- y.' ;
I t I ;:;<' ".tin' the fourth and one in .the 7t This smile.You
w y SQUARE-DEALS-Best in Town, Service v' is a .
i ,. sixth, Anthony with two singles,
''> .'; Hammond, Nolan and Schenewerk Fast, Installation Free, Famous Midas .' '
i
i' '" with singles. 'b) Guarantee for as long as you own get one free

.. MarinesVC4.4 % > your car. If replacement Is,ever necessary

you pay only a service charge. ;, with every loan at

1 Grove was the winning pitch- DON'T RUN AROUND IN

i I er1of this game with only one CIRCLES..COME TO MIDAS .. C.l.t "
strikeout and five hits. Hauck :
: iI '''\.1 ras the losing pitcher with no ; ALSO MIDAS TAIL PIPES-SHOCKS-BKAKtS*
\ strikeouts and seven hits charged
I' .o him.I .
I !' AU but one run for the Ma- 4728 SAN JUAN AVE.. Some days you get more than one smile. Two, maybe

7 /ines was scored In the sixth 389-1356 three. Not that We're funny people. When it comes to

t I inning of play. VC-4's runs were Complete Brake Depts. at making loans, we're pretty serious. For ,example, .if I
split in the first and third in-
l nings. 5829 BEACH BLVD* you need money to pay bills..to meet personal prob.

1 Marines big sticks were Chit- MUFFLER 398.1519 lems...for any worthwhile purpose, Universal C.I.T. is

1 i4 turn with a homerun in the sixth SHOPS 22nd & MAIN STS.* the place to go for quick, convenientservice.,, Come in
:
accounting for three runs, Law-
renson with a single in the fifth, and see us. When you leave, you'll be smiling too.
1. .
fl''I' -' Stone with a double in the fifth, OVER.450 OFFICES FROM COAST TO COAST
I,' Baker with a single, and Haf- i /
C l':t ner with a double in the sixth.
1.. VC-4's hitters were Leisner
( :. '",' with a triple and Fillian, Sloan, .

r. 1,', .t.,. Hauck, and Davis with singles.Wednesday LOANS TO $3000

I I J I May '78VA44 CASH YOU ORT

I : 3; Admin -1 Monthly 38 30 24,
: '\ Payments mos. mos. mos.

.' ". Siegler was the winning pitcher 1961 BUICK STATION WAGON.$1095 $50 $1549,56 $1322.36 $1083.54

:, of this close game with six all power including air cond., clean. 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96
.
J ', :, strikeouts and seven hits charged 1965 VOLKSWAGEN STATION WAGON.$1795
100 2644.71 2167.09
.
"
J '' I to him. Hunter was the losing R&II, low mileage.
\ ,\ pitcher with six strikeouts and 1963 VOLKSWAGEN DOUBLE CABIN. $1350: 120 2600.50 ,
,, two J hits off him. All of the"Hornets" pick-up R&II, extra nice. Credit lift,accident and health insurance available on all tarns at low group ratn

.. ';i 4J ." runs came as the result 1964 VOLKSWAGEN STATION WAGON. ,$1695
of
Admin errors and were R&II, clean.

: :I i I unearned. 1964 GlUM, R&II,. . ,. . ,. $1695
: Admin held a 2 -l lead through

,'I the sixth, but VA-44 came up in 1965 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS. .. ,. .$1495 III
r :I the top half of the seventh with R&II, low mileage.

( .. two runs on one hit and three 1964 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS . .$1295
,, t Admin
; errors to pull the gamer R&II.
J ; out. McGee tripled for the"Hornets" UNIVERSAL C..I.T. CREDIT COMPANY
l \ 1963 VOLKSWAGEN CONVERTIBLE. .$1350:
with two out in the 1962 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS. R&H. . $995'
seventh and scored on an errorto 1961 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN, K&li.$795 ..
even the score to 2 all.

+1-:;; Beasley Hits for with VA-44 a single were made in the by ''.WE REALLY CARE" 3312 leech lvd.JitkstavMle ..

'.#' ,V: sixth and McGee in the seventh.

i .;.::'') //1iJ." Admin's J hitters were Leonard WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN ". FIN ,,
'.'lf'""vr', '$ with a triple in the third and a '

.:: JJjr i ; single in the fifth, Marshall with ;. ':< II.. :... :'. ",:
a single in the third, Hunter INC. : Pfeeae : 398-1581 .
In the fourth Ko-
with a single ,
Authorized Dealer
chan with a single in the founh
and a double in the sixth, and 1150 LANE AVE S., Jacksonville, Fla. .
Wallace with a single .in the. Open 8 to 8 DallySat. 8 to 5
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