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May 6, 1965


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Published by the lIolt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o ffi i cl a 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.



Deadline For Navy Relief Kickoff -: "I ,

QuarterlyMarks Luncheon Opens Drive

NearIt's 1&&

"The time has for attentions and effortsto
that time of the year again come again us to turn our
the financial requirements of the Navy Relief Society the organization -
be and feel which has as its sole concern the welfare of cur Navy and Marine
Look sharp, sharp, -
leadIng Corps personnel and their families, widows and orphans"
sharp is the latest word as -
Officers and division This was a statement made by
RAdm. Robert: Goldthwaite,
officers I prepare quarterly
marks. ComF aid ax. and president of the Military UrgedTo

The semi-annual marking f Ak Navy Relief Society at the annual

period ends May 16, so everyone Y kickoff luncheon held Tuesday at Don Uniform j
still has a week to make good. s the NAS Officers Club. Approxi-
The initial evaluation should be r % mately 50 Officers were In atten-
made by the division officer or : dance for the official start of the AF Week
appropriate division petty officer Reliefs 1965 Campaign Drive. (.
Evaluations will be based Among the attendees to the kick- '
objectively on an Individual's 'CAPTAIN off ceremonies were: Capt.J.R. Military personnel of all the
estab- Mackroth, CO, NAS; Capt. S. Armed Forces are urged byCol-
abilities as compared
JOHN R. Mockroth, Commanding Officer NAS, tikes
D. Wright CO, Cecil FleldCapt.
; onel H Walter, U.S.
lished standards con-
held last
the coke al official) ribbon-cutting ceremonies Thursday
A. C. Cason, CO Fleet Air Wing Florida State Armed
tempararles performance.In
opening VP-16's new bachelor enlisted quarters. The public was
view of the inherent Increased invited to the open house in the BEQ on Enterprise Eleven; Capt. C. W. Swans, Forces Day Project Officer,
CO, Sanford; and Capt. M. C. their uni-
level.of performance, It lowing the ceremonies. Jacksonville, to wear
must be remembered that individuals Norton CO, Glenco. forms to religious services and
"As you know the Navy Relief other appropriate functions and \
within a gradewillbe
the Society is our own private charitable activities during Armed Forces ,
evaluated solely against per- HAS CO Sets Rules And Regs
formance of others in' the same organization, to Week which begins this Saturday I
provide assistance to of uniformsat
emergency "The
pay grade.An Enlisted Performance E- For Enlisted Mens ClubThe both active duty and retired personnel religious services and other

valuation Is required if an individual and their dependents. functions throughout the state,
will have been onboard There Is no field of human crisis particularly where few or no
control of the EM Club will be exercised by the
16 operational In which this wonderful organization military personnel are stationedor
90 days or more on May or
Navy Exchange Officer and the Food Services Manager. The Navy has will
If he has not previously been not or not appear regularly, would be a
evaluated during the six month Exchange will be responsible for providing entertainment as well counsel or financially assist our reminder that our great blessingof
16. as resale functions In the Enlisted Men's Club. people," said RAdm. Gold- liberty and freedom can never
period ending May These and other regulations have been Issued by Capt.. J. R. thw alte. be taken for granted but must be ..
(Continued on Page 3)) Mackroth CO NAS recently in a NAS JAX Instruction. The first delivery of ticketsto defended again and again. It *

The regulations ..1cn.11....:............(.nr.... -an. be on sale will begin tomorrow would be an Indication, CoL Wal-
Shangri-La CopterPesenes Advisory Group which win be afternoon. A book of six tickets ter says, that all Americans
composed of a representativefrom will sell for $2.50 or one ticket should pledge themselves anew to
each department division for 50 the high Ideals loyalty and ser
PairA I
Greek of NAS which has enlisted personnel "I am certain that each of you vice to God and country"
assigned and representatives will support this worthy project Colonel Walter points cut that
man and a boy, lost overnight In a small boat, were found and from tenant commands and enthusiastically, In order thatwe Armed Forces Day, celebratedon
brought back to Rhodes, Greece, after being found by a helicopterfrom squadrons.The may realize 100% participation the third Saturday of each
the USS Shangri-La (CVA-38)) recently. function: of the Advisory and again meet with the successwe May, Saturday May 15th this

The twosome were caught bya Group is to permit the mem- have enjoyed in past years. year, was first established In
sudden storm In a 9-foot skiff bership to express their desires Without your enthusiastic sup- 1950, replacing similar observances -
Armed ForcesLuncheon the day before and whitecaps, and preferences regarding enter- port, the fund drive cannot be previously held by
that were breaking over their tainment and services rendered. successfuLNavy'Swwap' each of the Individual services. ,
Will small boat, drowned the outboard The privileges of use of the "Armed Forces Day,he states, ,
EM Club will be extended to has the "
motor. For hours,they could only always emphasized con-
drift with the tide and the wind. enlisted personnel In pay grades cept that our freedom and national
Be Held HereAn Meanwhile friends and rela- E-l through E-6, dependents: of security depend on the power

tives were searching along the authorized personnel l, guests of System Set which comes from teamwork ..,
Armed Forces Day Luncheon coast and the local Coast Guard authorized personneL Abonaflde and national unity and,therefore, ""*"'" :
will be sponsored jointly by asked the carrier to join In the guest Is defined as a person who It (Is the one period each year
the Jacksonville Chamber of search. Is actually a house guest of the By BUPERS during which members of all the

Commerce and the Jacksonville About 2 a.m., plans were made host or a specific Invitation military organizations can assistIn
Chapter of the Navy League of aboard the Shang for the air for the specific occasion who To provide a more effective reporting to the people on the
the United States at the Roose- search, which began at daylight.At Is a member of the host's party, means whereby personnel may status of the nation's defense establishment -
velt Hotel on May 12 at 12:30 5 a.m., a Seasprlte helicopter and for whom the host Is willing contact other Individuals desiring through a show of
p.m.Rear took off and started hunting to assume responsibility. an opposite coast "No Cost" strength and rededlcation to their
Admiral David Lambert downwind from the last known The privileges of the first and transfer, the Navy recently established heritage of freedom."
USN, Naval Command Control position of the lost boat. Second Class Petty Officers'sec- within the Bureau of
Systems Executive in the Officeof Two hours later, their fuel almost tion will be extended to those per Naval Personnel a "Swap Sys
the Chief of Naval Opera- exhausted, the Navy fliers sonnel pay grades E-5 and E-6. tem." Personnel desiring such a"No
tions, will be the guest speaker. saw the boat (In a cove on a tiny The hours of operation for the The new BuPers Section officially Cost" transfer may submit a
Officers must make advance island some 18 miles northwestof EM Club are Monday through "Exchange Duty, "No-Cost" Transfer InfonnatlcdCard
reservations In Building 1, room Rhodes. Thursday, 3 p.m. 11:30 p.m., Pers B211"will handle only those to "Exchange Duty, Pers
219, no later than 4:30 p.m., Here, the man and the boy had Fridays and evenings prior to who want to trade duty with some B211. Bureau of Naval Per-
May 1L Telephone reservationswill finally rowed ashore and were holiday, 3 p.m.a.m.., Satur- one else stationed homeported sonneL" On receipt, this infor-
be received at EV 9-7711, waiting wearily, still cold and wet days 12 p.m. 1 a.m., Sunday and on opposite coasts. If this system mation will be compared with
Ext. 592. Checks for $3.50 per from the storm. holidays, 12 p.m.-12 a.m. proves successful, the service that from individuals desiring opposite J
guest should be made payableto Returning to Shangri-La at The hours of operation for may be extended to other typesof exchanges and the two men
the Roosevelt HoteL 7 a.m., the helicopter refueled the First and Second Class Petty swaps. The Navy shop set notified.
Since this Is the only obser- and took off again on a direct Officers' club are: Mon-Thurs- up to handle this type of transfer They must then submit
vance of Armed Forces Day plan- course for the Island and the two 4 p.m. 11 p.m., Friday and evenIngs will only attempt to put those requests In accordance with the
ned In the Jacksonville area, a prior to holiday, 4'}?om.- wanting to swap In touch with Enlisted Transfer ManuaL Chapter -

large turnout isxph; d.S4 (Continued on Page 3)) (Continued( on Page 3)) ''I' others who are like-minded. 16.


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I "It.t,f.]' ; : ..If,_ I' '\n'"" ::1't.8 : 'B." )Te e' ,' Chaplain's/ MessageBy

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"r''. 'f"t."i: ({!;., ;..,', -, Chaplain R. W. Radcliffe

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f:'riC.J.:> 'i'f [ SUNDAY It doesn't take much searching to find the man or woman who Is

6AMGB 6Av '\; ,,.J'"! Service of Holy reaping benefits without assuming responsibilities. Some are even
8:00 a.m. quite proud of the fact that they shirk performing their duty or givta
.rJ::: Communion chuckle because of their ability to
their share. They "put off"
'! .. 9:30 Service of Divine a
"'f\ ::.. a.m. collector for some worthy cause and proudly announce that they

,. .'..... :;:;.r,. Worship School forages "didn't give a cent." They are apparently "tickled pink" to think
9:30 a.m. Sunday enough to sit back and take It while
were smart easy
tjt} 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 they
,(;. ;'J,1"i '.: Service of Divine one else did the work.
: ; .. 11:00 a.m. could easily catch such an arrangement of
: alert ear words
The as
IK /1I All I If I I .... '-' Worship these: "rm allowed $400 for contributions medical expenses and the

i? .. { WEDNESDAY for them under the blanket computations so I didn't give a cent In
(. : "
\ :""-II contributions to anybody.
4vr 4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal
;}tf/.1.r.t: p.m.
m"'!" -);.. So he didn't give a centl The Navy Relief provided assistance to
.tJf.: families last but he didn't give a !
65,000 or year cent The
ofA".{ '';'r1;: 7:30 Senior Choir Re- persons
: p.m.
; I ,r 1'..: ...It.J t.l j}. hearsal American Red Cross took care of thousands of flood, hurricane and
,\: all America' and collected
victims over blood
-( ''I''I' : ; 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, other disaster that
$7 i sustains life, but he didn't' give a centl The church and community
mu....... ; ti.tT ... Also on all Holy Days
-..:.-..PO- I"'W l;:'. Catholic Services at St. Ed- health and welfare agencies brought comfort sight healing or reliefto

.... "( t.i'f' : ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval the army of unfortunates, but he didn't give a centl! The Girl Scouts
..;"if:$; and Brownies, Boy Scouts and Cubs organizations help to teach his
1!;:.t' .:If... .\,,;,.. ',..;.Ir-i'../.1... .;.\ Hospital neighbors to be honest brotherly kind fair and tolerant which he

SUNDAY MASS hopes they will keep on doing, but he didn't give a cent or purchase

'6:30 a.m.. U.S. Naval Hospital cookies or a calendar.All .
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. the character building enterprises In his community or city
Edward's Chapel get along without his help. He draws dividends on them. The windowsof
his house aren't broken.The flowers from his garden aren't trampledand
DAILY MASS the paper on his doorstep Isn't stolen. He lives In a respectable
Bonds Offer
Savings 11:30 a.m. St.Edward'sChapelMONDAY community and accepts all the benefits. He probably sits and chucklesas

he realizes that he didn't give a cent of his money or an ounce

Safe Sound InvestmentMany 4:15 p.m. King&TUESDAY Hall- NATTC of Yet his energy.someone has to foot the bill. Someone has to offer his or her

time or energy to worthy enterprises. It Is obvious that there are
FRIDAY many at the Jacksonville Naval Complex who will do their share as
servicemen find that saving money Is a difficult task. No 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital the "cries for help" In the form of various fund appeals are heard.

matter how much they promise themselves to put something asideon We talk a great deal about the cost of living and very little about
payday. It usually turns out that the month's wages are spent SATURDAY
the price which some have paid or are paying that we might live. We
before anything gets saved. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY were born in liberty because of the price paid by our founding fathers
One of assured and Investment Is the
proven way savings pur-
We were saved from tyranny because of the sacrifice of our brothers
chase of U.S. Bonds. bonds the deduction
Savings Buying payroll
blood. The blessings we take from granted are red with the blood
offers three distinct the serviceman.
plan to
I advantages 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before of sacrifice. We should thus be a responsive and a responsible people,
First It's a planned assuring that a certain amount of
Masses We should be to share of the cost of
willing pay unhesitatingly our
will be Invested each month In savings with no trouble or
Catechism Classes:Grade School preserving our freedom and Inalienable rights and maintaining
Incurred by the buyer.
peaceful and
Second savings bonds offer a chance to earn interest if held to SATURDAY our happy community.When
a person feels himself as belonging to his community, or
maturity. They pay back $4 for every$3 invested at maturity. A typical
10:00 a.m. AU Saints' Activities the that he for member
Navy or country to extent pays the real price
example of interest earned is that one bond at $37.50, will bring
back $50.00 at n aturtty. building 72? ship then he finds that his willingness to meet his obligation becomesa
lift rather than
Third, savings bonds are a safe and practical form of saving a
Traffic Let's not goldbrick) Let's not be classed among those who go along
that helps the government keep its economic stability. They are a non-
.. Inflationary method of financing the public debt that benefits every for the ride who pull no weight or. to put In modern parlence' who go
American by protecting the value of the dollar. ViolationsThe through revolving doors on someone else's pushes. A little of your
President Johnson expressed confidence In the savings bond pro- money time and effort Is needed, and If you can't donate any of these,

gram when he said "We are determined that this Investment shall following is a report of then keep it quiet. Don't ever be proud of the fact "I didn't give a

continue to be the safest, and the soundest and the most successful In motor vehicle accidents and traf- cent!r'

all the world.' fic violations for the period

Servicemen have an added opportunity In May to join a savings April 25 through May L Navy Relief Assistance
bond program. An all-service person-to-person U.S. Savings Bond
drive Is underway, marking the 24th year thatsavings bonds have been Number of Accidents

Issued by the Treasury Department.This This Week April 25 through Stands Ready To Help"Aid
annual campaign strives to stimulate Interest In the payroll May 1 1965 .. . 3
deduction method of bond! savings available to all service personnel Total Accidents this year

Last year, more than $210 million was Invested by servicemen through May 1 1965 . 78 in times of need" -- This statement establishes the essential
through the payroll bond deduction program. During the past six Number of Accidents through character of the work In which the Navy Relief Society is engaged

years the number of payroll Investors has Increased from 606,400 to May, 1965 .. . .. . 104 and defines the basic area In which It operates. The phrase and the
1146.125, according to service reports. Number of days since last Injury business of the society has far-reaching and significant values.

Such a savings program -- one that not only helps the person saving In motor vehicle accident All Navy and Marine Corps servicemen owe a debt to the Navy

but the government as well -- should get careful considerationfrom . . . . 116 Relief not just In monetary contributions to support It. t but>
all servicemen looking for a good, sound Investment for their Number of Violations we all owe our thanks and gratitude to the people who so unselfishly -

_ money. This Week . . 58 give of their time and energy to make this organization work.

Speeding . . .5 When we are asked each year to lend a hand to support the Navy
Relief we should not look these duties burden or an im-
Reckless Driving . .0 upon as a
Going Through Stop Sign 5 position we should consider them as an opportunity, or challenge
Other Violations .. 40 to our level best for this worthy organization.
Jf A X AIR 5'E1lVS: Thirty-Two drivers appeared The Navy Relief Society is a part of our everyday lives. You see
before the Traffic Hearing Board It at work all around you. It Is in the hospitals and it Is In the homes.

at the meeting held on May 4 "Help others-help themselves" could be the organizations key
note, for Navy Relief Is smooth the rough spots of
1965. Disposition of the cases Include designed to out
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the following: Ten lost driv- life in the Navy and Marine Corps. It cannot be expected to raise

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, ing and parking privileges aboardthe the standard of living or make possible the so-called "nicer things
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt In life"; only a It can and:!
Publishing Company, a station for various periods pay raise or a promotion can do that.
private firm. All Copy submitted: for use in the JAX AIR One person was, assigned to complete -; does, however help out with those personal and family emergencies

NEWS must be forwarded to the:Service Information Office, a' six-hour course In remedial involving necessary expenditures which cannot be met, at least at the
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before driving at the Jacksonville time, from the means available. '

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Police Academy{Twelve received It is doubtful that any, Navyman or his family goes very long without
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. suspended penalties coming In contact with the Navy Relief Society[ and its work Most
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries seven were given warnings ; of us do this without realizing it. and stands readyto
concerning such should be directed to the Holt ;Eight assist services in need
Publishing cases were dismissed and Seven financially and with other those who are
.. Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida were referred to Commanding of its help. It aims to do this* with sympathy'aId with full regard for

Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. Officers action. for possible disciplinary the its dimity and self-respect of those who may'have occasion to seek

VOL 23 NO.8 MAY 6, 1965 Eighteen drivers were assessed The Navy Relief Society has become a significant part of the Navy-
Marine without.
a total of 73 Traffic life. It Is a part that we could not very well do "ladjyr'
Points. This year's drive offers each of us a challenge we should




Club NORAD Band Shangri-La' North Viet-Nam Intensifying

(Continued from Page 1) To Play For The (Continued from Page 1) Infiltration of Arms, Personnel

1 a.m., Saturday p.m. la.m.. stranded men. It was too rockyto
and Sundays and Holidays. Tonight ShowThe land! the helicopter but while

12 p.m.-12 a.m. it hovered only a few feet from See McNamara Tells NationWashington

the ground:!, a crewman was low-
The package store hours are North American Mr Defense -

Man Tours. 3 p.m.-ll p.m.. Command "Cavalcade of ered with a winch Ifc could! not (AFPS)--The course of aggression pursued by the gov-

Friday and Saturday. 12 pm.- Music" Band has been invitedto speak their language so he used ernment of North Vlet-Nam has grown progressively more flagrant

11:30 p.m., Sun. and lbilday12pm.11pm. perform In Carnegie Hall In signs to show the two how to use and more unconstrained according to Secretary of Defense Robert

connection with Armed Forces the hoist. S. McNamara.

The uniform of the day or Week. The date will be May 11, At 8:25 a.m. they larded on the This situation the secretary said in his latest review of events In
1965. flight deck of the carrier and a few with the Intensification
appropriate civilian attire shall the Viet-Nam conflict, is evident particularly
be worn at all times.Levis,wash While in New York the NORAD minutes later they were eating of Infiltration both of arms
breakfast in the ships wardroom.At ers" who could be recruited
"Commanders" Orchestra will
khaki or shirts without col- and personnel into South
be with Carson 9 a.m. the two men were takento trained and: sent back to fight in _
lars, except for knit sweaters appearing Johnny Viet-Nam. '
the fleet landing by boat. South Viet-Nam and that they are
The Show NBC-TV
are DOC considered appropriate on Tonight ( ) Secretary McNamara noted
civilian attire for male per Wednesday May 12. During the first search flight, that the latest step has been now having to call upon regular

sonnel. Attire for female per- For those that will be In New LCdr. J. E. Dugas was the helicopter covert infiltration of a regular units.
York 11 and wish attend pilot Lt.(jg)R.D.Toombswas Another reason noted was that
to Viet-
sonnel will be in good taste.Ladles' May combat unit of the North
the show the co-pilot. During thesec- In the past 4 1/2 years the Viet
slacks shorts, pedal at Carnegie Hall they namese army Into South Viet-
should ond flight Lt. (jg)1.) G. Petersonwas Cong (communists) have lost
(pushers, will not be allowed after contact Capt. Terry Nam.
Gene Miller the pilot and Lt. (jg) A.H. 89,000 men in South VletNam.In .
6 p.m. Hemeyer or Sgt. at The secretary said believes
PL 3-5609 for tickets. Banford was the co-pilot. Petty regard to arms, the secretary -
The sale of alcoholic beveragesto this Indicated; the North Vietna-
officers S. P. Stnkovlch and C.P. pointed out. "It appears that
persons under the of 21 mese have used up or dried up
age Palmer the for the Viet VC main force
were crewmen
Cong ( )
Is prohibited. No food or bev- NATTC Shows She: source of individual "filiSafety -
both flights. units their regular units, are
erages will be consumed In the

club except those purchased or Profit LossThe Bike being entirely entirely retrained re-equipped with die newest and

provided by the club. Quarterly Marks Chinese Communist family of
The sale of mixed drinks Is "
permitted only in the area designated Naval Air Technical (Continued from Page 1) Tape Service weapons. \).
as First and Second Class Training Center posted a Loss One of, the new Communistweapons
It is not always easy to be fairto
Officerssectl and Profit its a light machine-gun of
Petty a on ledger April
The after all all persons when marks are This Saturday the 7.62 class was displayed by
Hosts inviting guests to the 18. net results assigned, expecially when they McNamara. He
and additions Secretary said
club win be responsible for their deductions were
conduct. Club equipment and furnishings two students for NATTC's Avia- happen to be friends.But duty requires Scotchlike reflective tape kits "Ammunition for this can only -. .,
tion Ordnance school that a report on the Indlvlduars will be placed on your child! be supplied from Chinese
will not be removed from primary
performance be madeas
ren's bicycles or tricycles this sources. This bears the
Both sailors Robert W. Loss gun
the and dance
premises on
nights as possible to the
Saturday at no cost durlng"Op- Chinese arsenal mark and has obviously -
AA and Herbert N. Profit AA
personnel win allowed to Navy. The assigned marks shalL!
recruit at the eration Llte-a-Bike" to take been manufactured In that
form unseemly congregationsnear Naval completed Training training Center San be what the person deserves.Ru* place at the NAS. Main Gate park- country, supplied by China to
the bandstand or elsewhere mors and gossip about your men
ing area. North Vlet-Nam, infiltrated by
around the dance are'a.ftf Diego, California should not be influencing factors, "
This one-day operation will North Viet-Nam Into the south
Loss enlisted in the N.y January -
should the mark in trait
7 1965. He Is the of nor one protect the bicycle at night by Recent bombings of key infil-
**/*** son influence: the marks on the other
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Loss brightly reflecting the headlight tration points by the South Vietnamese
Averue Green- beams of an oncoming car or Air Force and U.S. Navy
of 17623 Boone ,
Department leads desiringthat truck. It lets you know the bike and Air Force aircraft have been j
acres Spokane Washington'Profit be shown their
and Its rider Is there from hundreds successful As the Viet Cong depends -
is native
a Chicago Enlisted Evaluation] Report shall
of feet North Viet-Nam
more on
enlisted in the
Illinois. He Navy sub-
4. His mother Mrs. accomplish prior to Boy Scout Troop #131 will assist for arms,the secretary said,"No
January of the the
mission to Personnel -
/ wNN. r Sally Profit, resides at 6434 Sooth Division Officers in the operation by placing doubt they are seeking to supple-
these kits on all bicycles and ment their land routes by sea
Parkway, Chicago. are encouraged discuss the reports "
tricycles. Sentries at the Main routes.
with the Individual Gate will guide you to the pro- With these indIcations Secre-
Quarterly marks are more than '
McNamara "We
per area. tary explained
.I"" just figures.[ They determine your This service will be given to have Joined with the South Viet-

eligibility for reenlistment.They all military personnel and civil namese in expanding the sea
also serve a variety of other purposes service employees. patrol which already Includes 400

including Honorable.Discharges to 500 junks, and to which we
and Good Conduct Medal have added U.S. Naval vessels

r ri Award presentations____ and U.S. Naval aircraft to detect -
and allow the South Viet-

namese to inspect and, where
.. day necessary, destroy men and
? equipment being infiltrated from

-" w ) AUTO SUPPLYWE the North."

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acre site at Fort Washington
PHONE 771-5636! 5836 TIMUQUANA RD. Md., for a national armed forces "C

$25 to $600 museum.As .

conceived by Congress, the
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE museum will be a park complex

Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us including a ship basin, outdoor

how much you want. Pick up the cash at your THERE IS A display areas and reconstructed

convenience. Same-day service. fortifications a parade ground
L and buildings for conventional


You Get Mo Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. k H' SAVE 3x

$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 $21.00 4 DRUGS WESCONNETT BLVD.

151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00( STORENEAR NEAR NAS
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 SUNDAYS:
Above payments include interest. 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP

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241 West Forsyth CHURCH PHONE: SP 1-3075
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 MINISTER: PIIONE SP 12646i




Hemming Park Credit Union Spacecraft,

Concerts Set To ExtendOffice Army ExhilHighlight

Highlighting Armed Forces Hours F;
Week activities in downtown h .r
Jacksonville will be the ap. ASR The new business hours of the NewYorkAFPSTheJest
pearance of Band Unit 191 of Jax Nary Federal Credit Union ( )
Jax NAS which will give midday NAS facility win be 9:30 P.QL and array fall-scale rock
band concerts in Hemming PArkl to 4:30 p.m.,Monday thrwgh Fri- outside spacecraft of ever assent!
effects all de- Cape Kennedy win J
The one-hour concerts will begin day. This change again
at noon on May 8. 10, 11, partments.The naatks and Space
13 and 15 in the Hemming.Park Th. -Fly Navy" 1965 Chrysler. Convertible us.d by the NAITU purpose of this change Is and Department of Admtnlstn
bandshell. Officer Procurem.nt Team it up for sal.. to provide added convenience: to Park Defense L
. f The concerts have been arranged The car, used by the team for travel to college* and universities all members who wish to transact Space World's Fair. at the New Yl
by the Downtown Council throughout Florida and south Georgia is being replaced bya !business with the Credit Last the
of the Jacksonville AreaChamber 1966 model.! Thes convertibles are on loan annually to NAITU Union It Is hoped that this extension visited year Space Park
of Commerce, and the Jackson- from the Navy league for the purpose of procuring Naval A- of hours win also off- who by the millions of falrg
saw 110-foot Titanl
ville NavyRecruitlngBranchSta- viation Officers. set the I inconvenience that may
tion. Th. original pries of the convertible was$4.300 and is equippedwith have been Imposed on the mem- Gemini exactly as it looks CD I
The public is cordially invited radio, heater, pow.r steering and power breaks. H will b. bers who formerly used the Field launch pad. Grouped around[
to attend these concerts. sold for only 12.900 and still retains its five year warranty./ Collectors, whose service to the Titan n are full-scale mode;
Maint.nanc. of the car has been performed regularly with a members was discontinued on the Apollo moon ship and its
local Chrysler dealer and only select members of the Procurement L vice module; LEM, the
and Recruiting Staff have operated it May landing craft and the two

If interested call NARTU, NAS JOB. extension 361. Gemini spacecraft.
One businessman to another: Note ovum in a bOCK DO The Army will have a new I
"I wanted my son to share In the ed from the public library: "Re- hiblt at the fair this year'
MOVING? DON'T SWEATIT business, butitegOTenimentbeat mind Tracy not to climb tie tree. the U.S. Army Meets the
him to It." with skates on." Challenge," Is anillustr!
Human Events.' New YotterDON'T the Army's role in worl

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ARMED FORCES DAY 'MISSES'-Participont selected by their individual military AFB, Mass.; Woman Marine Staff Sergeant Patricia Carroll, Administration Chief,

service as representatives for Armed Forces Day -Mis...' in the New York City Procurement Branch, 1st Marine Corps District,Garden City, LI.; and SPAR Yeoman

area are: (L to R) WAC Private First Class Margaret S. EmeH. a dental technicianat First Class Sonia Lee Simon, assigned to Coast Guard Organized Training Unit

the Army hospital Ft. Jay, N.Y.; WAVE Radioman Second Class Delores Ann 02-83104, Denver, Colo. These military women will participate in the Area IV
Armed Forces Day events'in the New York metropolitan area May 615. The

Joiner, a recruiter at the Navy Recruiting Station, New York City; WAF Airman events will indude parades, exhibits, open house, military balls, personal appearances -

Second Class Lola M. Goodman, assigned to the 814th Medical Group, Westover on television" and at a concert in Carnegie Hall.

Red Cross Delivers Disaster Aid I


A $2,000,000 relief job Is ahead litation needs. Rock Island, Moline East

for the Red Cross in Palm SUnday This aid involves need of funds Moline IlL, and Davenport. .

tornado and: flood ridden nor- for restoring of hundreds of Iowa, Red Cross volunteers

R thern and midwest states, Mr. water-ravaged homes and furnishings operated nine shelters housing

t! i 1kMJi 4M! C. V. Gross, Field Director of and small businesses 640 persons Food was servedto

the American National Red and stocks to the extent stricken 2,600 workers and flood vic-

Cross, USNAS Jacksonville has families and business owners can tims. "

been Informed by ARC Presi- pick up the pieces and start over At Dubuque Iowa, 1.000

dent James F. Collir>s. again. workers and flood victims are

being fed this week. Chapters
Collins made theestimatedurIng Meanwhile, the Red Cross also
downriver at Quincy, III, Hannibal -
I .t.t9N a tour of sections of the continues its feeding operationsas
and Louisiana, Mo., are step-
nine-state area with President! thousands of volunteers work
feeding operations as 1.
Lyndon:! Johnson.The tirelessly, preparing hot meals, ping 500 up volunteers mass for levee

Red Cross president said making sandwiches, and brewing operations.Mr. .
the bulk of disaster funds will go .hundreds ofgallonsofcoffeedailyfor
Gross, distinguished between -
to stricken families to help in more than 11,000 volunteer
Red Cross and Federal
reconstruction and reequippingof levee workers, National Guards-
Government aid on these disasters -
homes and small businesses, men and flood victims from Dubuque -

medical care, burial expenses for Iowa, south along 350-mile :
The 'Red Cross Is helping Individual -
storm dead, and:! other disaster stretch of river front to
families to the extent
needs the victims cannot meet Louisiana, Mo.A .
help is needed he said. "This
themselves. total of 19 Red Cross
assistance Is not a loan and
shelters along the Mississippinow
The National Red Cross has are housing about 1,400peo- carries no obligation to repay.
r funds he out
Federal pointed ,
175 staff on the job, assisting ple, as Illinois and Southern Iowa
allocated for
hundreds of volunteers of local communities brace for expected are being primarily
of (facilities
chapters, and other organiza- crests within a few days.A .
such roads, buildings, utiU-
tions. Mass shelters, feeding, *
medical aid and other total of 38,180 persons: have ties. The Federal Government
RETIRING Commander T. E. Stevenson passes through side boys, assistance continues.emergency As emer- un forced out of their homes distribution makes loans at low-

consisting of Navy Exchange employees, as he is piped over the and relief jlnce the floods began early this Interest rates, but does notmake
side by H. D. Rutledge to end his term of over 22 years in the gency rescue opera- month. Many since have returned outright fund grants to Individual
the Red
continue Cross
Navy. Cdr. Stevenson was relieved by Cdr. Fred Schanze, Jr., reports but crests moving downstreamare families.Mr. .

as the Navy exchange Officer for NAS, April 26. He retired from more than 1.400 families expected to force additional Gross, said the chapteris
Cdr. Schanze NAS JAX from along the river in Minnesota,
the service May reports to dutyas hundreds out. accepting cash contributionsto
the Supply Officer on board the Destroyer Tender, USS Yellow- Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa already This week, as the peak of the be used for aid to victims of
have turned to the organization -
stone. the quad-cities these disasters.
flood reached
: to help them with rehab

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It's All In A Night's SleepA

good night's sleep is worth if followed, you would wake up untary exercise of the bodily

so much to Americans that they stiff as a board. functions and the naturalsuspen-

spend more than $58,000.000 a The deepest sleep occurs In s Ion, complete or partial of con

year on synthetic "lullabies" the first 90 minutes and there- sciousness." Yet through the

better known as sleeping pills. after graduates to"dream sleep" ages, people have made a fetishof

These pills assure us of unInterrupted during the final two hours. Contrary Inducing sleep and have Invested

sleep, but experts on to popular belief, everyone a sizeable amount of money to

this superstition-ridden subject dreams two or three hours achieve this "susper ied" state. ..
have found that all sleep is interrupted each night despite the sonorous Charles Dickens, a poor

naturally and normally. snores of one in eight Ameri- sleeper who used pills to wake

Sleep consists of many waking cans. him and pills logo to bed, carrieda
periods -' seven not being uncommon Dreams last at least 10 minutes compass with him when he was
and, the experts say, growing longer toward morn. away from home and moved the
unbroken sleep Is the xcepdonto ing. And dreams do not disturb bed around so the head was facing -

the rule. sleep but actually prolong It by north. NIit't .

During an average night's obscuring our awareness of dis- Sir Winston Churchill once ,. :

sleep, we jerk, turn over, twitch, tractions like drafts and lights.It insisted on twin beds In 'his hotel "" l' :. ;
kick, make faces, and mum- has been revealed through room so that when the sheets of y-:

ble about once every 10 minutes. studies that the Insomniac's biggest the first became wrinkled, he IT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED that the average American regardless ,

And we go through these contortions problem Is simply fear of would sw itch to the second. M 1ch- of age or sex requires between seven and eight hours of

twice as often during the lost sleep. However, people aelangelo slept fully dressed Including sleep. The theory that older people can get by with less bed rest

second half of the night then we might feel less fearful if they his boots. has no basis in fad. ,

do during the first half. knew that lying quietly in bed is Some superstitious souls have

All this moving around makes 80 per cent as restful as the placed drop of perfume on their have to be far from sleep tosmell vices they have used. The Greeks

sleep more restful by improv- soundest sleep. pillows to make their sleep more the perfume. and Egyptalns filled their mat-

ing body comfort. "Sleep tight"Is What is sleep? It is definedas pleasant, but since the sense of What people have slept on is as

a bit of poor advice because "the suspension of the vol- smell Is sidetracked one would much an eye awakener as thede- (Continued On Page 1))


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I NAS KindergartensThe MoviesMovies Friday, May 7 Club Schedules

After- I
Wives Kindergartens NAS Seance on a Wet "0" <
Navy Nursery able. CLUB Music
Richard this Friday i
are now accepting registrations Educational films will be shown noon Kim Stanley, night will be provided -
will be shown regularlyat by the j
for September.The along with other various activi- Attenborcugh Sophlsta-Kats and I
for children 7 p.m Monday through Satur NATTC None But the Brave jelto
classes are ties Including field trips class- will entertain on
between 3 and 6 years of age. room parties and reading readi- day.NATTC feature Frank Sinatra Tommy Sands Mother's Day Brunch Saturday or A ';
will have two WhoThlnk lUnch
The tuition Is $12 per month. ness. Hospital For Buffet will be offered
this .
and 1 on Sunday
Air conditioned classrooms will For reservations and further times 2 p.m. Young James Darren, from 10:00: a.m. to
The hospi- 2:00: 11
be utilized and large play yards Information phone 389-7711.Ext. and Sundays. Sun- Pamela Tiffin Reservations are required[ pm. "a
with new equipment will be avail 368. tal will have one feature on will be given first and
days's at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 8 consideration
The Malnslde theatre will stay Station Six Sahara Car- For those who like a
the same except for the evening roll Baker Ian Barmen stop in on
will at 7:30 Tuesday when the speciality win
which begin
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANALL feature NATTC Seance on a Wet After- be German.
These are subjccttochangc. Richard Fried Chicken all
p.m. Kim Stanley
AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS noon you can eat every Wednesday

SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR-22'S FILED Thursday. May 6 Hospital Attenborough- None But the Brave Happy Hour Is at 3:30: with[ Dinner
NAS None But the Brave Sands at 6 p.m.
Frank Sinatra, Tommy
M DOUGALL'S INSURANCE Frank Sinatra Tommy Sands Sunday, May 9 CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club
c AGENCY, INC. NATTC For Those Who Think NAS War of the Zombies offers music by Mel Gaden and
YoungJames Darren Pamela. John Barrymore the Lazy Rhythm Girls this Friday [
NAVAL AIR STATION OFFICE NAVAL STATION OFFICE Tiffin NATTC Station Six Sahara and Mark Castle on Satur
6463 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 2BBO MAYPORT ROAD Hospital The Long Ships Carroll Baker, Ian Barmen day. Harold Johnson's Moon Lit
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ATLANTIC BEACH. FLA. Pol- ers will be featured
PHONE 388.7676 PHONE Z49.S64B Richard WIdmark Sidney Hospital Seance on Wet After- on Sunday.Don't .
tier noon Kim Stanley, Richard forget that Thursday is
Attenborough Pizza Night.

Monday, May 10' Chantels will entertain this Friday -

NAS First Men In the Moon and Sunday,with the Sophiata-
Edward Judd Martha flyer Kats on Saturday. Alex Houston

THE SAFE WAY NATTC War of the Zombies and Elmer, a ventriloquist{ act,
John Barrymore will also be featured this Sunday.
Hospital Station Six Sahara If you like bingo drop In Tuesdays -

Carroll Baker, Ian Bannen at 7:30 p.m.OWEJACKETS .

Tuesday, May 11 INN Dancing
this Friday and Saturday will be
NAS Sing and Swing David to Carl Boyd and the Rhythm
CUmmings, Jennifer Moss Kings. March Wilson and the
NATTC First Men in the Moon- Red Coats will entertain on Sun-
Edward Judd, Martha flyer day.
Hospital War of the Zombies -
John Barrymore

DOUBLE YOUR MONEY! Wednesday, May 12

NAS Son of Captain Blood SURPRISE
r. Sean Flynn, Ann Todd
NATTC Sing and Swing David
CUmmings, Jennifer Moss MOTHER
Hospital First Men In the Moon-

To double your money, put It in your Credit Union Edward Judd Martha flyer
and add to it regularly. Add a few dollars for shares 60 Cadillac Cpe. $1595PEV1ME
with every loan payment. CLUIHNO FACT. AIR CONDo
Remember -- money earning Credit Union dividendswill 64 T-Bird Land $3495
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years. Your dollars keep
64 Chev. Impala $2275
N working'for you and they are safe until you need them. 4 DR. HARDTOP RADIO, BEAT
64 Gal. 4Dr. HT $2390
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34 Chevelle 2-Dr. $1495

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Sleep beds with wooden blocks for pil- The scientists popularly 1 ''j l lAds

(Continued From Page 5)) lows. known as the "sleep snoopers," : i

tresses with reeds, hay, grass, Beds are dispensed with altogether have awakened us tomany falla-
animal skins, and corn tusks by a primitive tribe that cies to which most of us sub ,
the last also used by the found sleeps in a squatting position. scribe to attain muscular and
ing fathers of this country. And the Inhabitants in a remote nervous relaxation.
The traveling knight In shin- European mountain village tuck For Instance, that notion about 1
ing armor during the Middle Ages the pillow under their feet insteadof the late snack or raiding the refrigerator should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
carried with him a folding bed the head because their feet during the wee hours Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
and straw mattress. Even today, work harder and are entitled to will hinder sleep Is not true. It Tuesday (for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
some Japanese sleep on wooden more consideration. may even encourage sleep by too late for this deadline will be published the following
drawing blood to the stomach and week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
away from the brain.If check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
SEGRAVES SERVICE CENTER received WITH the copy for the ad.
we think we have problems
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE about going to sleep, considerthe RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
more than Americans
PNII s 3,600,000 Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
69 Roosevelt Blvd at Ortega Rive who suffer from the oppo-

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Body Repairs Pier 17 Marina U>raul| Narcolepsy made It easy for* to NAS. $65.00 and $70.00 2589. ,
policeman to catch a burglar who 387-2838 6-10 P.M.
Boa! gas of Regular Station Prices got his shut-eye while holdinga CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE -

Now Showing complete 1965 Lines* screwdriver in the cash box he 1957 Ply 4 dr. 8 cyl NtH pwr 1961, low milage, extra clean I'
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Boats& 7714898. j
High Trades onEvINimDE7 Thunderbird SUrcraft However there is a sequel to SAY MOM, DAD AND ALL THE .

low Down Payment ;::IIIj Formula Jr. the slumber story; as difficultas $$$$'S In your pocket. Part- KIDS COME ONE COME ALL,
It Is for fall
some to asleep, SOUTHS DE SADDLE
Terms Viking time Real Estate, Tim
Neptune Trailers getting up not just waking up 7712792. SPRING FROLIC SAT-

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FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3 Admission FREE consesston i
manufacturers may appear to be stand on Location Bur-
rms. best barg In city for couple grounds ,
working at cross purposes but $12.50 wk pi WlL 3889886. nett Park, Mandarin (Free horse
they share a common bond of
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND being Involved in this mysterious rides for kids during intermis-
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all areas. Timmerman Rlty

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INTERESTED.IN BR, 2 Bath A/C cent, heat, ter-
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FRITZ A sales, purchases, equities, ren- beach and boat prlv landscaped, I
tals or FHA VA homes. Call hi lot. on school bus stop. $16.
PARMAN Walter T.Bowen,USN Rtd Char- 500. only $1,900 down 264- 1
Ref. NEW OR USEDvw ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or 6629.
387-2851 at night. '
owner FOR SALE White '60 T-BIRD

FURN APT ORTEGA SECT Convert, New top fixed up solid, I

i: fac river, 15 min from NAS 1 slick, sharp, must sell $1.350.N .
TIRI CO. adult only. $25 wk incl) mil. AS ext. 701 or 264-6629.
Harold Patinas Mayport & phone 3889886.

Lou Fritz Webber Pannan, Jr. Normandy Roosevelt I FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 Bath Sep )

SEE FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5 DR. House 3 yrs old. Excellent
I ml west of Yulee, 2 mi, So. condition. Nothing down. Assume -
SPEED EQUIPMENTCOMPLETE WESTSIDEJacksonville's A-l-A at Doggy Creek, four VA loan. 6548 Parvin Dr.

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suitable EL 4-0192
tencnt. Automatic trans., white i
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NO DOWN PAYMENT (includes parts & labor) 389-4375.
FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
1961 KARMANN GHIA $1295 NAS $50. down, $50 month.
coupe, one owner. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- PARTMENTS; Herschell 3859
1962 VW Sedan $1195 6144 with Powell Realty BKR.
PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES 1963 VW Sedan $1395 \ rms & bath,porch yard garage

FREEWHEEL FREE FREE 1963 VW Sedan air $1495 FREIGHT SALVAGE 3 Vacuum ,electricity clean EV 71950. 1

1963 KARMANN GHIA $1695 cleaners, sacrifice for $15.
Brand scratched in
new, ship-
1964 VW Sun Roof' $1595 STENOTYPE by HOME STUDY.
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1963 Delux Sta. Wagon $1595 Write for brochure and Information
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750 14" 1946 A-1 Sewing Machine Co. other offered
BLACK RECAPS 670x15' BIXTT x courses by LA
1963 FALCON $1295 MODEL Sewing Machine, ZIGZAGS sonville, Florida 32205.
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1957 FORD $295 decorates, etc. Original price
PRICES/EXCHANGE PLUS TAX Stand shift. $300. has balance of $84. or SOMEONE TO LOVE Wantedby

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FOR Sewing Machine Co.

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BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 home, nearly new range &

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95 WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN refridg, newly decorated in &
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lob VacanciesIn President Proclaims President Orders
Four Signatures
Caribbean Senior Citizens Month Retirement StudyPresident

Men..Like to spend!eighteen President Johnson has desig- Johnsonhas appoint Five Long Years of HellNew
In the Caribbean? The
nated May as Senior Citizens ed Cabinet members to a special
Base In Guantanamo Bay
Month. committee to study and recom- York AFPS On 7 1945 In Reims France, Colonel
Cuba has forty civilian job open- ( ) May ,
It Is time dedicated
a to com mend and fur-
Ings In their Public Works and possible changes General Gustaf Jodl German Army Chief of Staff, signed two papers.
munity action on behalf of the ther In the retire-
The then American and two officers
Ship Repair departments papers were signed by an general
18 million Americans who
are ment programs for civilian and
France and Russia.
welders and representing
everything from 65 years of age and over,the President military personnel, and report to
shlpfltters to masons! and car Afterward, General Jodl stood at attention, facing Lieutenant Gen-
said. seconds'
him December
Every by L
You'll an excellent eral Walter Bedell Smith Allied
penters. get another American joins their "I that the whole structure -
salary plus lOfo differential request Chief of Staff. German officer said In English,
ranks. of our retirement policiesbe "I want to say a word," the Then, In German, he said:
At the present only bachelor The t commented on reviewed as to objectives,cov- "General! With this signaturethe
accommodations are available. elder citizens he accepted the erage of both civilian and uni- Women Don CG Uniform German people and the Ger-
For more Information write to 1964 annual report of the Presi- formed personnel, benefit pat- man armed forces are, for betteror
the Navy Overseas Employment dent's Council on Aging from Anthony terns, financial soundness, and First Time. i in 2Q Years for worse, delivered into the
Office, Navy Yard, washington J, CeJebrez Council overall consistency," the Presi- Washington'(AFPS):- After two victor's hands. In this war,which
D. C. chairman and Secretary of dent said in a memorandum to decades without uniformed female has lasted more than five years,
Health Education, and!Welfare. Cabinet members.He personnel, the Coast Guard both have achieved and suffered
The President pointed out that notes that the last such now has 21 more than perhaps any other peo-
Indiscreet hostess, on seeing he Is directing the Council to study was made in 1954 and that The SPARS, women's Coast ple In the world. In this hour I
her nephew's fiancee for the first continue Its study of the Implications since then numerous adjustmentshave Guard Reserve corps, representthe can only express the hope that the
time: "I never should have known of aging: for our Nation's been made in Federal pro- first to complete basic train- victor will treat them with gen-
you from your photograph. Algy economic and social policy. grams.He ing since World War II when erosity."
told me you were so pretty r'A1gy's "Speclflclally," he sad, "we also asked the temporary some 11,000 women relieved men General Jodl was escorted to
want to know more about retraining Cabinet Committee on Federal for sea duty, according to the the office of General of the Army
fiancee: "No, rm not and!developing new skills Staff Retirement Systems, Treasury Department. Eisenhower, the Allied
pretty, so I try to be nice, aidIt's for older workers. We
want to chaired by the Budget Bureau dir SPARS enlist for three years
command-ln-chlef. Through an
a bore! Have you tried It? know more about providing retirement ector, to examine survivor with one year on active duty and Interpreter, General Eisenhower
Arkansas Baptist. '' income through private fits available under the various the remainder served in their asked him if he thoroughly understood -
and public pensionprograms.ri00SIvaTMTAAIT. retirement plans In relation- hometown reserve unit. the of the
............ terms surren-
- --- - ship to similar survivor bene- These young women are the der document."Ja .

fits provided under social security vanguard of many others expectedto ," answered General JodU!
Government life Insurance follow, a Treasury official The American general reminded -
and other disability, said, adding that the Coast Guard the German officer that he
death, and survivorship pro- looks to them as the core for would be held responsible for any
grams. future reserve strength.CfflCKN violation of the surrender agree-

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The German general saluted
NT LY SP C A and! left.

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exte I. dollars worth of gifts! 182.455as compared won 29-
The Greeks and Romans chose Eves+ axIaIt German mamas, 990,338 working marrieds who
the Ides (15th of March to honor r 9ti
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they danced in the streets. I mothers in this coon- Whatever presents she .
Many ancient nations worship- + try and they are raising or gets she is apt to feel like a I\
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some scholars think this was -w i. -j j1Nj tfN : Cornelia
man's earliest form of religion. I These mothers mclade women One day a boastful lady called
But the ancient Germans went a of aH ages:yoongmarrieds pushing on her and displayed a flasby array '
step further. They thought there IA wfK Nr spoonfuls of pth nt PTA mothers of jewels then asked to see
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were sometimes regarded as living beating the rash hear borne and! sons and told the visitor"These
goddesses I grandmothers who going fan cir are my jewels In which alone I
Mom has been treated like a G e cle are back pushing: pablam to delight."
queen if not quite like a god-
dess, on many occasions since. ; .
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Hobby ShopAt "The Golf Intramural

NAS Rated Corner"Frank wiAX'AtR CDtD Golf

Miller who has servedas

One Of, BestThe Tournament Chairman for the Standings

Station Golf Committee retired
NAS Hobby Shop offers the
after thirty of service this for the
years The golf standings
hcfcbtest varied amount of -
tks"ts one of the larger past week. Frank contributed 6ND ,Shooting Intramural Intramural golf teams are as follows
many hours of hard work and a :
and better equipped Shops,
great deal of his free time in American Won Lost
offering mlny> prices of power TournamentHeld Bowling
and ha gjoolsTetcT'5'. ,organizing and promoting local FAW-ll "A" 5 1
tournaments during his tenure as 3 f
Also taw in operation is a slot Results
tournament chairman At NASThe FltWeaFac 4 11/2
car racing club that has designed
Pro Joe MacDonald and partners VP-'J 3/2 2 1/2 .
and built a 4-lane, 60 ft. track
The results of the Intramural
Frank Heyer, Ray Floyd training for the Sixth Natxl VP-30 "A" 3 3
also 12 ft. strip now
a drag bowling played on April 26, 28
and Jerry Livingston tied for District Rifle and Pistol Championship
both types of racing is available. third In the monthly JAG PRO- matches got underway and 29 are as follows: National

The hours of operation are AM held,at theTi aiquana Country Monday, with 'nearly 40 men Guessers; : Chiefs 1 Air Ope 5 2
from 12 10 daily, '
p.m. p.m. Club this'past'Frlday. Frank participating.This Neptunes 2 Darters 2 .6T9tb 5 2

closing only on Thanksgiving Heyer had a four under round of week of training is ready- Eagles 3 Metros 1 Supply 5 2
Christmas and New Years day
Doctors 3 Cannon Cockers 1
68. Ing the shooters for the tournament NARTU 4 2
which begins Monday May Needlers 4 Riggers 0 VP-30 "B" 5 3
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Drag] Racing OpenTo ., Tennis Players ;

All Servicemen -nw; ftk Wanted ::\

Headlight beam to headlight beam, tire to tire, tail light to tail Cltieuhote V. Anyone interested In participating 'j 1
light for four runs down the quarter mile Larry Todd, St. Augus- In the NAS Jacksonville ,tAll
tine, Fla., and Gene Wilson, Atlanta, Ga., burned the rubber and SEE PAGE 12 ANDYOU'LL '. Station Doubles Tennis' Tournanient i
floored the accelerator and not until the automatic judge flashed KNOW WHY! please contact'MacCaf- I
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Jacksonville, as the first nightof ing a $200 purse, winner take CEDAR HILLS 1 1I 1I

drag racing was completed in .:all:.... ,1I I Athletes NeededThe
Northern Florida for 1965. Drag .
racing will continue on Saturday I I
the I time Is drawing to a close
nights throughout summer and j
fall months returning to Sunday PRICES SLASHEDNO I '(or entries In the NAS'Jackson-
afternoons in the winter. Gates ville Track and Field Meet. AU '
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Intramural IM GolfResults

SoftballResults w.1=

The results of the Intramural
The final results of the Intramural ,Golf played on April 27-29 are
softball games played on as follows:
April 26, 27, 28 and 29 are as FAW-11"A" 7 1 Hosp. "A" 2
follows: FAETU 6 Birds 3
VW-4 22 Disp. 1 FltWeaFac 7 Admin 2 1 rC
679th 11 Ale Maint. 4 Sky Warriors 8 Eagles 1
NARTU 12 VP-45 2, 679th 5 VP-30"B" 4 c cr
called in the fifth. Hosp. "B" 5 FICEUR 4 M
NAMTG 3 MARTD Supply 9 Comm. 0 P
after nine Innings NARTU 9 FAW-11 "B" 0 1J
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23 FAETU 4 thing, :
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in the fifth Ing quietly vti'r'rr:: .
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