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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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May 13, 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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I Jax Air News, Cecil Field Afterburner Mer;fir Hsro'R 1 RI.In .

today's fast moving world, be a combined effort of both has been published under this ion facilities," Mr. Holt said. 7711, ext. 816L All copy must
everything is subject to change, staffs. system, this savings has built Inquiries concerning advertising be received no later than 12
so, some changes have been made This move Is designed to provide : the gear issue locker, shelters should be directed to the noon Monday, the week of pub-
in your station paper. broader coverage of local on the golf course, made Improvements publisher, telephone 359'-4040. lication.
Today, Jax Air News Is a big- and national Navy news. at the fish camp and Because of additional space,
ger and:, we hope, a better paper. Because the combined paper Is other facilities which help to new columns of special Interest With the combined circulation
The change has been brought paid for entirely by the advert- make the sailor's leisure hours have been initiated. A Marine of-Jax Air News and the Afterburner -

about by the merger of Jax Air ising It contains, It Is estimatedthat more enjoyable.The Corps column, a Women's the weekly paper will
News and the Cecil Field After- Special Service at the two paper Is published by the column and a column for civil have the largest circulation of

burner. stations save 50 thousand dollars Holt Publishing Co. "Since the service workers are a few of any paper of Its type In the Jacksonville -
The two papers wlllstlllmain-' per year In printing costs. Approximately paper is financed entirely by the the new features. lrea.Remember.
taln their own front page. The 26 thousand dollarsof sale of advertising,support of the Any newsworthy items can
second page will also carry news this money remains at NAS advertisers by Navy personnel be submitted for publication at the success of your
Important to the Individual stat- special services. In the past and their families Is support for the Jax Air News office, Room station paper depends upon the.

ion. The remaining 14 pages will two years, since Jax Air News your station paper and recreat- 226 in B1dg. 1 or telephone EV9- support you give It. _.


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Adm. Goldthwaite RetiringRearAdmiral -

.t Caldwell to Assume

I t _\,.".,.'... ComFairJax Duties in SeptemberRear

Admiral Henry H. month. Command, Pensacola. In
1.y1 Caldwell, USN, will assume dut- During the years from 1931to assumed command of
r t ies as Commander Fleet Air 1942, he had duty on various Pine Island and
Jacksonville this fall whenhe relieves ships, i and stations, and .as an ,1946 47 Antarctic
Rear AdmlralGoldthwalte. Instructor In 'the Department of For his outstanding I''.
Adm. Goldthwaite will retire Seamanship and Navigation atthe this capacity, he was
October after 45 years of naval Naval Academy. In late 1942 he ed by the Secretary of
service. had duty in connection with fitting Between 1947 and 1958
,_ Carrier Air Caldwell had duty as
out Replacement
Admiral Caldwell, presently
FIRST CONTRIBUTiON.Captoin Commander Caribbean Sea Group Twelve at Alameda, Calif. Staff, Commander Jr. reads his ,
John R. Mackroth, NAS CO. Frontier with, additional duty as Upon commissioning of the air ion SIX: three years of command
makes the first contribution to group he became its commanding at the Naval Academy; as with the
Commandant, Tenth Naval District -
Navy Relief's annual appeal for began his Naval career In officer and was sent to the USS ent at the Naval War 1963. -\ ......!-I
funds by presenting a check to of
Newport; as captain
1927 when he graduated from the Saratoga.
the NAS sub-chairman, Cdr. C. craft carrier USS
U.S. Naval 1
L. Dickerson, NAS Weapon's Of. Academy. While serving as Air Group 12 Chief of staff and aide
ficer. As a newly commissioned En- Commander, he was awarded the mander Naval Air Gets
sign his first assignment senthim Navy Cross, the DistinguishedFlying Atlantic Fleet; and as
to the battleship USS Mississippi Cross and the Bronze Naval Air Reserve
Swecker NamedOutstanding where he served until 1930 when Star Medal for extraordinary Admiral Caldwell
he received orders to the Naval heroism and meritorious service Commander, Carrier

NAS Air Station, Pensacola, for flight during air engagements with' ONE in 1958 followed by Cdr.
training. Designed a Naval Aviator enemy Japanese forces.In 'Commander Fleet Air In Norfolk
in December 1930, he mid 1944 Admiral Caldwellreturned Point Rhode
Quonset I squadron
Sailor In AprilThe was assigned to the aviation unit to the United States for in July 1963 he assumed' man
on the USS Idaho the. following duty in the Naval Air Training sent duties. ]

Serviceman of the Month 1)A spoken by 1
for the month of April for the Commander: 1
SecNav Shorttimers
Naval Air Station is Jonas N. Urges to August at the

Swecker, YN2.Swecker ceremonies
Is attached to the Administration hanger of

Department and Remain on Active DutyA } ... .
works as Officers' Record Yeoman will report
His duties consist of maintaining Due Here ( of RAdm.

130 Officer Service Re- drain in experienced man- the Viet Nam and: Dominican Republic ofVP- '
The for
cords, prepare Officer Correspondence power has forced Secretary of crisis, a similar appeal E-6 E-7 next exam Is -
maintain six personnel the Navy Paul H. Nitze, to appeal may be utilized by the other ser- There is rapidly Jr., takes
diaries, keep current the Officer to Navy officers and enlisted vices which have also felt the near. only be squadron
Distribution Control Report, men to extend their ser- drain In experienced manpower: remaining until or cut-off to squadron
preparation of Fitness Reportsand vice enlistment voluntarily for days day he report-
The of the Participation
Secretary Navy Requests
process security clearances. up to six months.In Of
each whose term of
urged man
Swecker also won the George a message sent to all Naval laIn up the
service is due expire from now order to qualify to
Washington Honor Medal Award activities, Nitze stressed, "An as Exe-
until September consider the In the 1965
for his entry in the Letters from extension even if only of threeto August
"If for for advancements
carefully an :
Armed Forces Category, "My six months, could be your : a BS degree
whatever reasons .are unable must meet nine
Vote Freedom's Privilege." way of helping' to meet our national the Un-
to make the decision to reenlist -, They are:
He has exhibited many beauti- objectives. He emphasized He has at-
at this time, such exten- He must be an E-3 ;
ful paintings in local art shows, the need for experienced : of South
sion would benefit he
must complete
including the Governor's Mansion officers and men to carry out of
He is currently the Pre- assigned missions effectively and Land your shipmates." I training courses; he

sident of the Jacksonville Art efficiently in a combat environ- The extensions of service plete required Practical ; to the --.
complete a
League. ment. would serve to retain highly' of Green-
Swecker is married and: he and: Nitze's request could affect as 'trained personnel and "insure test; complete service reside
his wife reside at 5806 as 2,500 personnel at NAS required for a ;
Carolyn, many peak state of readiness for those service with their
Sonora Drive in Jacksonville with Jax, Mayport, Cecil Field and ships deployed in support of our complete Debra and:
their three children. Sanford bases. Due largely to national objective." (Continued on Page ) !

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MAY 13,

A Prayer For Armed Forces Day, ;.y (tt.w.' Se: t'' :l'' t.: :$:. Cfiap/ain's/ MessageBy

R.W. Radcliffe
O Eternal Lord God, who are the confidence of all who dwell upon SUNDAY

the earth, a sure voice of calm to those afar off upon the sea; Thou Whatever may be said of talents that are unevenly distributed,

who makest the clouds Thy chariot and walkest upon the wings of 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy and pay raises that seem to gotoeveryonc but ourselves, we are equal

the wind, hear, we beseech Thee, our prayer.On Communion when It comes to time. Never can we say that a single person has
the occasion of this Armed Forces Day, of 1965, make us 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine one minute a day more than we do.

who serve in the defense of our beloved country, more aware of the Worship Especially is it important that we find wise use of our spare time.

sacred trust and privilege that Is ours. Instill into our lives a deeper 9:30 a.m. Sunday School (forages Most of us can say that we have "time on cur hands."

sense of righteousness above compromise, justice In our daily relationships 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 That is why it is Important that we budget the hours we have in

and a love of peace with honor in our dealings with all 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine order to use them wisely Perhaps the word "budget" doesn't ap-

Worship so let us consider our time as Insurance for the future.
men.We to ,
peal you
are humbly grateful to Thee for the true and meaningful values
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship believes In insurance, so what kind of Insurance can your
which are a source of inspiration to us in our American way of life. with time at Jacksonville Naval Air Station?

-Our Father, make us constantly sensitive to the grave responsibilitythat WEDNESDAY purchase INSURANCE your AGAINST BOREDOM by educating ourselves
is ours that of setting an example of peace and goodwill to L
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal hobbies of which there are many offered at our
all the nations and peoples of the earth. 0 Thou who hast made of through reading,
music and stimulating conversation. Such acti-
one blood all the nations of the earth, mercifully hear our suppli- Hobby Shop, good
7:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal -
and think about
p.rn. vities us Interesting things to do later, for we
cations, and remove from the world forever the dreadful menaceof
buy the quality of our life by the way we spend our time.
war. 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion INSURANCE AGAINST LONELINESS. How many times havewe
On this occasion we would rededicate ourselves to Thee and to Also all 2.
on Holy Days wanted catch on our correspondence. When
said that we to up we
the more unselfish service of our beloved nation. Grant us renewed
Catholic Services St. Edward's -
at mail if we corresponded oftener
said we would receiving more ,
and conviction as we pledge ourselves to defend the rightsand
courage and
Chapel the Chapel service or join the choir
privileges in which the whole human family shares.We or that we would start going to ?
beseech Thee to guide all mankind in the way of Thy truth and Hospital or attend a local Church service but we just never get around to It.
SUNDAY MASS 3. INSURANCE FOR HEALTH. Some of us are fully aware of(
peace, so that we may never fail in the blessing which Thou hast provided
things that are wrong with our health, but we make no attempt to
to that people whose God is the Lord. Amen.
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
lead futures of distress.We
change those habits which will to physical .
Armed Force Chaplain Hoard
9:00 & 11:00 St.Edward's .
a.m. a.m. thoughtlessly watch our sparkle, our youth and our figures aban-

Editorial Chapel don us for lack of care and will power and time.


for the pay check, and yet we doubt there Is any security in money
U.S. 'Power for Peace' 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel when we know that its value goes up and down mostly down. ThereIs

MONDAY & TUESDAY security, however, In doing a job well, in knowing we are givingan
r ** hour's worth of work for an hour's pay. Then there is securityin
4:15 HallNATTC
p.m. King education through Navy Correspondence Courses, USAFL Thereis

On Display May 816Armed FRIDAY' security, not in latent talents, but in developed talents.
5. THEN THERE IS LEFT INSURANCE. It behooves us to be at
12:05 U.S.
p.m. NavalHospItal this business of developing our spiritual lives now,, for we are faced
Forces Day 1965 finds the people to whom the day Is dedi- SATURDAY with eternal life Whether we like It or not. This is where the ser-

cated standing guard over freedom's frontiers around the world. vices of worship and week-day religious activities enter the picture.
They are demonstrating "Power for Peace" by showing the high 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY While Jacksonville, an excuse such as"Idon't have time" doesn't

degree of military preparedness needed to defend our independence easily apply to the Insurance policy outlined above. So let's start

In the fight against Communist aggression. paying premiums on that policy now, so that we can take advantageof
7:00: 8:00 and before -
Armed Forces Day was established by a Presidential proclamation ( p.m. p.m. the dividends such a policy will pay.
In 1947. It is a reminder of the establishment of our Department Masses
of Defense. Since 1953 the keynote of Its observance has been Catechism ClassesGradeSchool

expressed by the slogan"Power for Peace." SATURDAY
This day illustrates the close working relationship of the Army, COs Endorse Navy Relief DriveMajor

Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, the Reserve forces 10:00: a.m. All Saints' Activities
and the National Guard--forces necessary to the security of the building 722
Nation. B. Lubka Capt. W. PittmanNAVY

May 8-16, Armed Forces Week, Is an annual opportunity for the Members of the Navy and Ma- RELIEFa contributionor

public to see its defense team In operation by attending parades, Traffic rine Corps contribute generously an Investment.

exhibits and open houses on military Installations both in the United to all fund drives because the Contributing to Navy Relief

States and overseas. It gives all Americans an opportunity to see recognize and understand their may be likened to buying term
and learn more about their military forces, ViolationsThe responsibilities as citizens. Insurance. You receive protection -

Although service members around the world will celebrate Armed The Navy Relief Society's annual at the lowest possible rates.

Forces Week their daily missions will continue. Some American call for contributions providesa There are no large amounts

servicement In the Republic ofViet-Nam, for example, will probably following is a report of unique opportunity for us to withdrawn from contributions to

spend Armed Forces Day accompanying a reconnalsance patrol or motor vehicle accidents and traf- "take care of our own." By support a highly paid staff and
carrying out a flying mission. This dedication to duty Is a current, fic violations for the period May cur generous.contributions we administrative expenses as is
living illustration of "Power for Peace," as we join our allies In 2 through May 8. charities
recognize our responsibilities to necessary with most ;
the Communism and In defense of freedom.In .
fight against Number of AccidentsThis our fellow members of the Naval therefore, the contribution goes
a past Armed Forces Day proclamation, former President help
Service.We for what it was intended-to
Eisenhower declared that this time is to "devoted to paying special Week. ... . 10 all of( crisis.
understand the state- or others in time
tribute to those who constancy and courage constitute one of the Total Accidents this year through
ment "I am brother's -
bulwarks guarding the freedom of the nation and the peace of the free May ....... . . 88 ," When aboard my ship we keeper look Most everyone will at some
world." Number of Accidents through May out for time be faced with a severe
Each of us In uniform contributes to America's"Power for Peace," 1964 . .. . 104 our buddy as we do In financial crisis; many are ableto
an aircraft, In the foxhole and
whether advisors in the of Viet-Nam Number of days since last ,
we are military Republic or injury in the landing craft. On shore meet this without assistance,
clerks or auto mechanics at a stateside base. Therefore each of us In motor vehicle accident.. 123 but are not. Support of(
when a need arises with many
Is a recipient of the nation's esteem on Armed Forces Day. So let us abuddy'sfamily Navy Relief will provide the assistance -
.,.. make sure that we are deserving of this tribute by performing our Number of ViolationsThis problem, or Is your own when the when needed from within

missions diligently .and proudly. (AFPS) Week . . 60 we still are not"cur directly brother's military, the Navy and Marine family without -

Speeding . . . 5 er" and the Relief keep- the need of an outside a-
Reckless Driving . 0 Navy Society You would never fall to
assists gency.
us In being that when
Going Through Stop Sign. 5 problems arise. heed the call for assistance froma

J.AX AIR NTEWS Other Violations . . 40 shipmate In danger while do-
We can hardly expect that the
Thirty-nine drivers appeared civilian Ing your job. Navy Relief provides -
before the community will assist
Naval personnel as the the response for you and your.
the meeting held on May 11, Society financial dan-
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper 1965. Disposition of the cases does. The work of the Society shipmates when In

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, include the following: Twenty- is not charity but service to those ger.Invest
Jacksonville, Florida, the Holt in need who The now in this form of term
by Publishing Company, a eight lost driving and park- serve. Society the low-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR ing privileges aboard the sta- is uniquely responsive to the insurance which carries

NEWS.must be forwarded to the Service Information. Office, tion for various periods; four peculiar needs of Naval personnel est rate of alLAUGUST

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before were!assigned to complete a six- in distress, and I urge all hands

publication. News items are welcomed f for all sources- hour course in remedial driving to contribute generously to this EXAMS

Telephone EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162. at the Jacksonville Police Aca- vital organization so that we can

Advertisements are solicited by the publisherond queries demy; twelve received suspended be "our brother's keeper." (Continued? From Page 1))

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing penalties; one was given a warn-
"! Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida ing; and five were referredto The truly successful time In service and time in rate;
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. Commanding Officers for business Is the man In any follow the proper path In advance-
one who Important
can and the last but most
possible ment
disciplinary action. commit
routine procedure tohab-
VOL 23 NO.9 MAY 13, 1965 Twenty-two drivers were assessed It-thus freeing his one Is to turn in the Ser--
energy and Participation
a total of 68 Traffic talent for more vice-wide Examination
challenging Office( ,
to the C&E
. Points. deavors.-Claude. L, Freed, Request
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Never in our history has true
Our country today is stronger military preparedness been more
militarily than at any other timein essential than It Is today and
our peacetime history. Our i:: for the foreseeable future so

strength of arms is greater : a long as the Communists continueto
than that assembled -- ;
by any Chief' of' Naval Operations pursue their objectives through
other nation. JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF left to right (seated): Admiral force and violence.
The successful execution of all ; General Earle G.\\Ma eel er, USA, Chairman, JointChieft of' Staff and Chief' of' Staff, U. S. military preparednessmeans
our policies depends upon the Chief of Staff, U. S. Army, Left to right (standing): General John P. the ability to
ability to retain the talent and Air Force and General Wallace M. Greene Jr., Commandant, U. S. Marine Corps. promptly and respond
fitness of the outstanding men and appropriately any
is to provide the land power In form of aggression. It means
Armed Forces the
women in the military services. beyond measure.As On Day
of this nation or of free- maintaining powerful, balancedand
United States renews its
Those who serve their countryin Commander-ln-Chief, I join Army
the Army, Navy, Air Force, all of my fellow Americans in dedication to its historic missionof dom anywhere In the world. It ready forces of our own.
Marine Corps and Coast Guard, high tribute to our servicemen defending the nation on land stands ready to perform that mis- It means making those sacri-

from whom we ask so much, and women on Armed Forces As the Free World faces the sion. fices which are necessary but
with and -Slrlrhrn ,'tilt'* only those which are necessary-
are the cornerstone of our mili- Day, 1965. future strength confidence
tary might. Their contributionto .}--I" Ir. Jvhntitn the Army is proud to ..Vrrr/.' "/ !/,,. .Irmy ble to preserve the ability for flexi-
freedom and is provide with its sister servicesthe response.
our security l'rr,,iih-iil; of the Cuitctl ."'"'''' The United States Air ForceIs have the
Today we
shield protecting the liberty, military
proud to join Its sister ser-
justice and freedom that has forces required for appropriate
vices In the sixteenth observanceof
I flourished in the United States response to any threat. And we
On this Armed Forces Day, since 1775. Armed Forces Day. The aero have programs to maintain these
1J1EIV. I should like to remind all Ameri- space age has brought new and forces as long as may be neces-
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that our "Power for Peace"is complex problems, sary.
cans Chief: u/ Stuff. ,'.... :trnn creasing responsibilities, whichwe Full
in fact combat-ready forcesof public support allowed the
16 the United States unified and On this Armed Forces Day must recongize and solve creation of these forces. Con-

SEE PAGE KNOW ANDYOU'LL WHY! specified commands. These offi- 1965, we of theUnited States Navyare jointly to insure the security of tinued public support, based on

cers and men provide our main proud of our continuing ser- our nation and peace throughoutthe awareness and determination,

deterrent to war and deserve fall vice to our country. We pledge world.It will ensure that we have them in
RIVERSIDECHEVROlO credit and honor for their dedi- ourselves anew to value the best is fitting that we set aside the future. Armed Forces Day

cated and patriotic service. of what is old, find the best of this day to honor the men and Is set aside to give American
what is new, and meet with deter- women of our armed forces, and citizens a close look at the preparedness
--I;,.". Eorlr t;. If".,.,,1,.,. 1:1.I to that
recognize they are
mination all challenges which our always they support.On .
.hnirmnii.: Juiiit; (:hief* of nPAT'S ready and determined to
part in the protection of our nation protect this Armed Forces Dayletus
and of the American people our heritage of freedom. reaffirm, and once again
-- bring to us.Ifin -f.'Il'''''' M..Vcr l".J"." demonstrate to the American

-/ Dnriil I..i1rlorwldlhir ..f, r... uf |/u. tOn "'"u,. people, our resolve to maintain

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On this sixteenth Armed join my fellow citizens In honor- Ru'f''n'S. frninra
SPECIAL & Forces Day, the men and womenin ing the dedicated men and womenof *' "/ ")""'m*

WIDE MARINE ,. the United States Air Force our armed services who are To millions of people throughoutthe
CHEVRONS rededicate themselves to free- serving the cause of freedom world, America is the shin-
DRY. CLEANERS dom and peace. Our Air Force around the world. Their untir- ing example of what can be accomplished -
$1.00 SEWN fulfills a vital role in the national ing efforts to preserve the peace by a free society.

oy SHIRTS & WHITE UNI- security and is 'a power- and protect the rights of free nations Yet as Americans we know that

FORMS OUR SPECIALTYACROSS ful deterrent to aggression.While merit the respect and grati- the great blessing of liberty can
SEAFARERS UNIFORMSTHE t our nation will never commit tude of all who cherish liberty.In never be taken for granted, but

RAILROAD FROM aggression, we stand ever a turbulent world, they are must be defended again and again.

ONLY STAR MACHINE NASYUKON ready to defend our freedom.We helping to foster the ideals of Essential to the maintenance of
salute our sister services liberty and justice which are the our free heritage Is a highly
IN TOWNPAT'S FLORIDA proud of our position on the in-' foundation for any free society.Yet trained, well equipped and
tegrated defense team which the defense of freedom Is not rnllitaryes-
TAILOR SHOP "ONE FRIEND serves to protect our cherished exclusively the responsibility of properly tablishment.supported I urge that all

NEXT: TO wain's TELLS ANOTHER"SEGRAVES heritage. our armed forces. depends also Americans take advantage of this

-(;*.". j. I'. llrfonnrll: / upon the maintenance of a Armed Forces Day to visit near-

(:liirl; "/ ",,,g. IMF, thriving It Is and vigorous economy. by Coast Guard and other military
only through a combinationof
Installations to see what Is being
Armed Forces Day is a lilting military, economic and moral
occasion to take stock of done to keep our defences strong.
our military strength that
SERVICE CENTER we can keep our
services and their signifi- nation free and serve the cause -I/Inl. f:. ). l.'lr"tlomnr.rndnnl
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE cance In a world of crisis and of freedom everywhere. : I ..1. 1'n': _+l!r'!!!!

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PHONE 389-1161 force-in-readiness, we Marinesare .

Body Shop 4501 Irvington St. proud of our contributionto NCJrnING-16 OpeNe:
24 Mr. AAA Road & Wrecker Service our country's power for peace, Armed Forces Day finds unitsof N,
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Part-Tillie Dog Trainer

rk At NA'TC 'Steals' Show

the novice obedience class.In w .
"Among the first things I order to walk away with the
learned was that almost everyone highest score In her first com-
with patience could train a petition In a year she had to :J 9
dog. Dogs learn by repetition, respond to McMullen's com-
and that gentle training could mands of "sit," "heel/"""re
"n as the pups are i.
i start as soon turn, etc., Instantly.In
weaned." March 1964 she won third -
This Is what Chief Avia- place In the novice class at the Ph j (,
tion Electrician's Mate RichardL. Providence County Kennel Club, "'
McMullen an Instructor at Providence, Rhode Island. At
Naval Air Technical trainingCenter's that time she was eight monthsold W. R. FITCH, Cmdr, USN, (Ret.) (right) President of the National
RALPH ROBERTS trades Air 435, makes the presentation of awards and I.... ;
AE"B" School,mayexpress and took 198.5 out of a possible Sovjourners Chapter
Force cap (for the gold braid of certificates to Elizabeth Higginbotham (third from left) and Patricia
should happento
If '
the Navy. to you you with him about 200 points. member of the Shelton, (second from left) winners of the Chapter's Americanism
start talking McMullen is a
contest. Capt. Roy Wooten, USN (ret) (left) judge committee
his favorite and unusual pastime. German Shepherd Dog Club of essay s
Air Force'sMajr Chief McMullenhas trained and America by Invitation. He said chairman, looks on.

shown German Shepherds since that the next time his dog enters National Sojourners
RobertsGoes 1961, and has handled them In competition will be to completeher
22 shows and matches. American Kennel Club Com-
Recently his 20 month old dog, panion Dog Degree. Sponsor Essay ContestThe ,
Navy McMullen's Llebchen. was the "There Is no Immediate com J
highest scorer In the German pensation other than the Com-
Ralph Roberts, former Air Shepherd Dog Club's annual panion Dog Degree' he said. National Sojourner.North- of a $100.00 U. S. Savings Bond, +
Force Major, traded his Air speciality match at Orlando, "However since I plan to handle east Florida Chapter 435 has and Patricia the second prize
Force headgear for the hat and Florida. She captured 198 and breed pedigree dogs for a announced the winners of Its a $50.00 bond.
gold braid of the Navy May2 out of e possible 200 points In livelihood when I retire, this Is annual Americanism essay con The prizes and certificateswere
awarded the -
at NARTU Jax.Enlisting good experience." test. to respective
In the Navy during McMullen a native of Michi- Americanism-What It Means to winners at the May 5 meet-
the war Si i 1943 as an enlisted The art of living easily as to gan learned to train dogs from Me and How I Can Further Its Ing of Chapter 435 at the NAS
man Roberts served aboard the money Is to pitch your scale of one of the top trainers In New Aims" was the topic of the North Officer's Club. Aplaquewas also 1
carriers Mataenlku and Dourge. living one degree below your England while stationed at NAS, east Chapter's contest which was presented to Elizabeth Higgin- .
After completing his tour with means.Henry Taylor Quonset Point, Rhode Island from won by Senior Elizabeth Higgin- botham which was engraved with '
the Navy, he attended the Un- ....... (June 1962 April 1964. botham, Robert E. Lee High her name. The rotating plaque
iversity of Florida where he received The man who has ceased to Chief McMullen his wife and School, and Par tic i i a Shel- will be held on display by the
his Air Force commission learn ought not to be allowed to five children reside at 4840 Anvers ton, Rfbault High School Eliz- school for one year.
through reserve officer training.Now wander around loose these dangerous Blvd.,Jacksonville. abeth took the first place award
as a lieutenant In the Naval days.-Dr. M.M. Coady
Air Reserve Roberts will .......
attend weekend drills monthly at If a man does not make new FHA
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An attorney and partner In the through life, he will soon find
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Amphibious Forces Invade:

The War Here Has Ended r

There Is an Internal war going on at Cecil Field and no one Is quite sure which of the forces

Involved started the sklrmisn
First a new squadron arrived here. The outfit a flock of geese ducks, goslings, and ducklings checkedin
this spring. The squadron's skipper a wise old gander, decided against using the station runways.Instead ,

the squadron. took up operations at the golf course. S A
The geese which act as the job of protecting the territory. the amphibious icrces.
squadron's attack and radar patrol Meanwhile the amphibious forcesat The natural forces the golfers -

kept close watch over the the course which might have observed'these acts of aggress .
territory. Their early warning been the first'Inhabitants committed [ion. :N
system a hissing sound kept [ an act of aggression. "Al- The call went out for help.
golfers from straying too bert" the alligator decided thatIt The station Seabees the "can "ao

far from the course's fairways.The was high time to put these do" outfit, were called Intocombat !
course rules committee has Airdales In their place that against "Albert".
1 not yet awarded a handicap for place was In an alligator's lunch. "Albert" and the Seabees went +
the geese. It seems that tie The terrorism began. Firsta round-and-round. "Albert" used Parker J. Bence and Kenneth .. Boone work with a test console

warning the geese give before gosling disappeared, then a guerrilla tactics. He would appear on the Inertial Navigation System
firing their beak-to-seak mis- duckling. The geese's early and then disappear In the
siles has been sufficient to keep warning system and missileswere pond along the 11th fairway. In
golfers at a distance. (Ineffective against "Albert" Florida, alligators are protectedby Bence, Boone:
The were going a good the law they can not be shot.
and the other members of ;
--....... ... _---L._ .._" "Al-
So the Seabees went after Sailors Leave &R
bert" like cowboys after steers-

Uiw with Occasionally ropes. a goose would go For North AmericanThe

after the Seabees. Occasionallythe

Seabees went for the treesto Navy's loss Is North A- would be handling all mainten-

void "Albert's" jaws. merican Aircraft's gain. ance and repair work on the

Finally "Albert" was corraled This sums up the departure of Navy's RA-5C Vigilante, which
and tied down. Now the ques- Parker J. Bence and Kenneth carries an Inertial Naviagtion

tion was, what to do with the Prisoner Boone, ATN3's, who will be released System similar to the system
of War. from active duty this which Boone and Bence worked
Y tlI The military men,without con weekend to return to their old job 'with at North American.

suIting the geese decided the best with North American Aircraft In Together, they reported to JaxO&R

way to stop the war was to remove Anaheim, California.It In May 1963, ahead of the
one of the forces. It was also all started severalyears ago equipment and even the working

I 44 decided that the geese would when Bence and Boone decided the spaces which they would be using.
make better allies" than the al- draft board was tuning inontheir Together with the civilian

"'!, '- '" lig a tors\"A 1bert' was abouttobe frequency. They were both em- employees at C&R, they plannedthe
o. ; decommissioned. ployed In the Automotive Division Later the
shop layout. two
"Albert's" destination was one of North American Aircraft In sailors (then ANs) trained
of the nicer POW camps the Anaheim where they decided together civilian workers to operate and
The newest squadron to arrive at this air station patrol the pondon
Jacksonville Zoo. But before"Albert" they would join the naval maintain the elec-
the 11 th fairway (for another possible invasion by the aligators.
was placed In confine- reserve. tronic systems used with the Inertial -
ment there was one last skir- After a vis It with the recruiter Navigation System.
mish that resulted In the war's they found themselves going Boone who will be promotedto

only casualty. through boot camp together and ATN2 on May 16, Is a native

Ltjg L.L Newman, an engineer later making a training cruise together of Whittier, California. Ib received -
and volunteer concervation worker aboard ship. Boonesported an Associate[ of Arts degree -
wanted to Interrogate "Al- the service no. 594 33 63 in Electronics from Fuller-
SWARWER bert" before shipping him off to while Bence "Navy name" was ton (California) Junior College.
the POW camp. 594 33 64. Between cruises and Bence makes his home in Anaheim -

IN THE HEART OF FLORIDA'S FINEST "Albert" was most uncooperative training sessions, they continued with his wife Bonney and
with the interrogator. their work on Inertial Navigation they 22-month old son, Chris.
FISHING AND HUNTING REGION It seems the alligator had his Systems with North America.The While stationed at NAS Jax, the
own Code of Conduct and it day of reckoning came In Bences lived in Green Cove

+ didn't Include aiding the enemy. May 1963 when the two men came, Springs.The .
"Albert" opened his mouth, but on two years' active duty. Priorto two men, the first sailorsto
Instead of answering the questionhe that date, the*r'avy represen- work In the Avionics section
took a chunk out of Mr. New tative at Anaheim had learned of O&R since World War II were
man's arm. that the men had joined the Navy. presented letters of commendation -
It is new a firm policy at When he learned the work they and much praise from Mr.

this station that no amphibious were doing and the education they Charles Hart, supervisor of the
forces will conduct operations on had received, he contacted the Avionics Division, prior to their
the golf course. Bureau of Naval Personnel' and departure. "These boys not only
If the Seabees and the geese the officer-ln-chargeofthe Auto- were Instrumental In the estab-

-'" can not protect the golf course netics system in the Bureau of lishing of our RA-5C program
.' so .- <,': there Is a Marine Corps detachment Naval Weapons to make arrange- but during slack periods have
'''- : '.-. In ready reserve here. ments for the men to receive been very helpful In other aspects -
.,. tt Meanwhile the golfers continue orders to the C&R Departmentat of our'work In this depart-
__'" ,I to play with no handicap In the NAS Jax. ment. Everyone here will be
.J2 miles of high bluff waterfront along Santa Fe R ve-' battle zone. C&R Jax had received wordat worry to see them return to the
e AN INVESTMENT YOU ENJOY NOW about the same time that they Autonetics section of North

WHILE -- -- .-. .- "
.A..e4, sM..M. Bm P When quizzed about the possibility -
-"' "" of [in the Navy,
Your own family week-end ROOSEVELT remaining
place on the banks of the lovely MALL both Bence and Boone were equally -

J"" '-- Santa Fe River at prices & fast with a loud negative re-
A 8 terms any Navy family' or ply. Their reason for returning
+ .., 'I working man can afford I to Anaheim was brief and to the
01. I point. Together they chorused,
100' x 200' Lots as lowA.a11T..wt. "about four times as much

LAs as $1.000 OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY money."
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bp.11 lot......,.L... ."..... 100 Hwotorfront EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR the traits a salesman ma)
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MAY 13. 1965

Women's Side Cecil To Lose Top Navy Relief Worker i

Of the Story Mrs. R. Richey Goes To Indian Head 1 1A ''it

face that has become fami- hour pin while at liiememe. In and interviewing have netted (;,

How To Select A Bikiniby lar to sailors and marines, who 1962 the Richeys came to Cecil some beneficial results. i

find themselves In need of help Field. After two years at this Senior Chaplain T. J. Woot- It<

Shirl) ConaughtonThe from the Navy Relief Society, station Mrs. Richey earned her ten praises Mrs. Richey's work.. }

bikini bathing suit Is a very bare midriff with "hip-hugging will soon be gone. 600 hour pin. For the past eight "By her intelligence, persen"(.
Mrs. Regina Richey, a 1,000 months she has been and above
trunks and a brief bra top. There are averagingmore verance all her compassion .<
cannot wear this type of suit and so. obviously a modification many had women been who de- hour Navy Relief worker here, than 50 hours of work per Mrs. Richey has the admiration 1
will be going with her husbandto month. In April Mrs. of all the volunteer
signed. The sheer see throughs, of lace, chiffon, fishnet and other Richey was \'
fine fabrics. his new duty station, the Navy presented her 1,000 hour pin by workers. The Chaplains readily ;
exceedingly These sheer j
.. ... cover-ups give a look of Inu&gUG -
Propellant Plant Indian Head
--- SIM-- ijuuaion--- 10- me- Captain S. D. Wright station admit it was her efforts that has
They do show your figure Md., next month.Commander commanding officer made an efficient Navy Relief. t;;
at the same time you have the the position co-hostess. Farewells -. J. Richey Is the The hours Mrs. Richey has Society at Cecil Field." *

feeling of being covered. These were extended to Mrs.Carroll station's Public Works officer. spent, I knitting, sewing, typing Mrs. Richey, who is chairwomen [
two-piece suits are called the E. Clausen and Mrs. JamesE. For 23 years the Richeys have of this branch of the Relief

nearly rude look. Many women Thorley. A lovely baby spoon been a Navy family. For nearly hopes to continue this type |
can wear the new sheer shel- was presented to Mrs. James E. all these years, Mrs. Richey has of charity work at Indian Head. '*

ters who cannot or would not Wood. been involved in some type of But if there is no Navy Relief n

wear, the bikini. Thursday Evening, May 13, an charity work. there she will take part In some
Keep these things In mind If All Hands party was held at the Before becoming active in Navy other organization.The I
you feel the of Enlisted Men's Club,Cecil Field. Relief, while stationed at Point Richey children will con- "'
necessity camou
flaging. Most two-piece suits do Lt. D. A. Robertson and Lt. G. Huememe, Calif. Previously tine to study at the schools they :
A. Regan were the party chair- Mrs. Richey worked with the are presently attending. Sandra,
not go over size 38 (or size 16)).
men. Committee members Bureau of Catholic Charities in 20 will be
The blouse Is the exception It wereG. age a Junior next t tat \
does a marvelous job of camouflaging R. Robson PNC; R. C. Bea- Norfolk. The mother of two began j theUnlversity of Florida. Dur- t,
of figure ver, ATC; Mike Murphy, AME1; her Navy Relief work In 196]. ing the summers Sandra works *;
Irregularities -
your Bob Miller, ADJ3; Bill FertIg, Since then the time she has spent as Ufe guard at the Officers Re- :'.;
(example, thick waist
a or
large bust.) These suits alsohavea PR1; and Ben Gosey, AE3. with this charity has Increasedat creation Facility. Pat the Rich- tj tjeys'
VFP-62 A Hawaiian Luau a rapid pace. 16-year-old son, Ls*sophomore V
complete bra in them which Is
a must for the full took place last Friday at the Cecil Mrs. Richey received her first at the Lyman Ward Mill- ,:
figure. Field ORF for the Officers and award for Relief work, the 100 Mrs. Rich.y tary Academy. !I,
heavy legs
the"linleboy" their Wives.
pig was

Now shorts, if are you the have most good flattering.muscle) served theme. Farewells In I keeping were with extendedto theluau Safety Council Offers Test r

'tone you can wear the tight stretch I
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Caud-

lack fabrics muscle with tone the boy and are leg.not If firm legs received rey. Capt.orders Caudrey to, USAF Shaw, has Air For Drivers Defensive SkillsA

the more loose shortsare
fitting type Force Base, S. C. Entertainment
best. Co-ordinates are now for the evening was pro- first In safe automobile driving win B. Nelson, President of the correctly in two-car collision

very popular because you can vided by beautiful authentic Hawaiian procedures will take placeon Jacksonvllle-Duval County Safety sltuatiora.knowledge of the rulesof
purchase a 36 (or 14)) bottom music by Paul Bellefeuille, nationwide television on Mon- Council. the road, and perception of

trunks and a 32 (or 10)) bra top. AA. "Mother of the Year Skit" day evening, May 24th at 10:00 The purpose of this unique driving hazards.Many employers

A large tummy; can be concealedby was done by Lt. Cmdr. R. Con- P.M., as America's motoring venture Into mass highway safety and service stations will also
the use of the skirt. Some of millions will be given an un- education is to reverse the distribute the test form.
aughton, Capt. Caudrey, Lt.
the skirted one-piece suits havea J. Baals, Lt. R. Turner, Lt. precedented opportunity to check frightening trend of needless dead Specially prepared film sequences

zipper up the front which affords (JG) W. Bartlett, and Lt. (JG) their defensive driving skills and injury on our 'roads end will illustrate each question -
easier donning. For those Farabaugh. "Without having to budge out of highways. Using test forms which and will be shown both In

who have a difficult figure you The election luncheon for Cecil their homes, the public will be are available through the safety slow motion and: at normal speedto

should pay a little more for a Field Officers Wives club was presented an hour-long audience council,1V stations and reprintedby permit the viewer to share

bathing suit because you are also May 11, at the ORF. VFP-62 participation special, "The Na- newspapers, each viewer can the experience of a collision or
paying for a good foundation performed the hostess duties using tional Driver's Test",states Ed- test his own ability to Judge near collision. All the viewer
within the suit. Lastly do will have to do is to watch his
try an oriental theme and having ..... .. ,
to choose at least three suits of served. --- TV set as intently as he watches -
curry White Elephantswere
different styles to try on. Then brought and sold as an : the highway when he Is driving -
choose from them. This Is extra added attraction. and then record his reponse

one type garment that must be Cmdr. and Mrs. Chas. Fritz lag, and record his response on

tried on to decide if It Is the gave a dinner party In their home the test form. His score will

correct style for you. Friday April 30 for Capt. and 'be as private as he wants to
keep It, or be share It with
NOTES OF INTEREST Mrs. James Ferris, Cmdr. and may
other drivers
Mrs. Fran Babineau, Cmdr. and among friends and
VA-45 The Officers and Mrs. Don Mealy. Cmdr. and Mrs. k v5i family.
wives of VA-45 held a coffee In Ellis from Each viewer will be competing
George visiting Key
the Orange Park home of Mrs. West, also attendee(! Mrs. Chas. against the entire nation thru the

Warren L. Wakien. Mrs. Her- Fritz looking very smart in a use of electronic data processing

man Kapustkagraciously fulfilledII black silk dress was hostess fora equipment. A scientifically selected

: ,.< "; !( coffee May 12 at the ORF In sample of 1,250 drivers 1
'*" ", will take the test at six----
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'f' { honor of Mrs. James Ferris.
1 l,1lj'j";) : W. ( CBS-TV Stations, and their answer -
: j< ".'f'" VA-44, VA-45 and VF-174 all of
'... ,: ,,",""It'" 'c./...< : Air Wing Four presented Mrs. will be transmitted Instant
':; '''' >::. ;' aneously to IBM Headquarters In
( :
1'Z. Ferris with silver
",' a sterling tray.
I .. '{,4 : New York and then be tabulated
:: : :Y ; Mrs. Homer Winter was a special H t I
<<.},-'.... ,: .i/ guest. Y i in terms of total response and
Lt. and Mrs. James Parkhurst by drivers categories.Aftereach

1 proudly announce the arrival of -r; question Is asked, the viewer
Leslie Kathryn on AprIl 25, 1965. will be given the correct answeras
well as the results of the
I Anyone wishing to put news in
I; "Notes of Interest" please ay cross-section responses.

write Who, What Where, Time, Safety Council President Ed
I Place to Shrll Conaughton, 7264 Nelson, reminds all drivers that
,1 Hanson Dr., N. Jacksonville, "not only will the test improve
chances of avoiding death and Injury -
Fla., or call 7810968.
:,1t t through an highway accident

but the added knowledge of proper
:i The principle of sacrifice runs driving skills and techniquesby

!I all through human life and Is at all drivers will actually reduce
the heart of religion man
every accidents and eventually results -
fj has known. For all men, what In a dramatic reduction in

,, j ever their faith or lack of it, OLDEST ADMIRAL .. Adm. R. H. Jackson, USN (Ret) the nation's Automobile Insurance Premiums
'1 life at its best is always sacri- oldest living admiral, will be 99 on hit birthday, May 10, 1965. all across the nations

f' "\ "," .. t, '',''J ficial The Ideal of duty done, if Admiral Jackson is shown in his horn at Coronado, Calif. H. is Mayor Lewis H. Ritter and (
,: : ; .> At / : need be, at high cost of personal standing in front of a picture of the 'frigate USS Consellation, one commissioner Bob Harris as wellas
; :.';:;\ : Inclination Is set before every of the country's first warships, and his training ship while at An all public offlcicals and law

iX; j7':l"'I\ child who grows up Christian napolis. Recently Adm. Jackson visited the USS Constellation (CVA- enforcement agencies are urging
nation. 64)) for a cruise off San Diego. He is a graduate of the Class of all licensed drivers to take the

b ,tt _._ : Evening News & Star 1887 from the Naval,Academy. test.I .


ii I--iii[ Medical Speak Flight Surgeons to SocietyMedical Local ..RI

s .d { Officers( [ from NAS

1 1 1 dE Jax, Cecil Field, and Mayportwere ..- ',
tJa \.. '
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guest speakers at the i .d.. y.I". :t. \
monthly meeting of the Duval

County Medical Society held last N
t ''week. .

k.LJLL4. Several Flight surgeons from 0

NAS and Cecil spoke to the local < j
physicians about the various ,i
stress factors affecting Naval I' (
) I t _
.... ., Aviators and their flying abili : .

ties. The assembled doctors MAGNOLIA BALL guests enjoy the scenery Saturday evening,

were told that the flight sur- May 1, as the doors of the Officers Club opened to an evening

geons concern was for the health, out of the past aboard a Mississippi riverboat.

and consequently, safety, of the _.. .
pilots and crews manning naval .-. '<, 4'
aircraft. "t :
", Q Lieutenant Craig Mehildau, t:::.. ', p 1 J
P flight surgeonforVF-l'74atCecU :
} t,
I presented some facts and figures t& "
< concerning the accident and mortality :

rate among Navalaviators.A '." "
R 'L- total of 199 aviators were killed -
z Ds
in 1963. He also pointed out

SPACE TEST PILOTS MEET THE PRESS LTjg. Cyrus StricUer (left) I that the accident rate per 10,000 ".. j
< .. "
and Lt. Kenneth Jurgent explained to members of the Jackson- flying hours had dropped, from "

ville TV, Radio and newspapers the purpose of the 34-day confinement 2.8 to 1,4, a 50% decrease from ,.> '.'<. : .... ....
test they participated in with eight other Naval and 1958 through 1963. The figureof l ." J
Marine aviators at a recent news conference at Cecil Field. The one million dollars' worth of ., >', ,."..., ... '' El.

two are back flying with their squadrons minus their 34-day beards. training for a LCdr flying for t:: : ':' t" :{.

r The helmet in front of LTjg StricUer is the type the pilots wore ten years was emphasized by .' : .

during the test.VA44 films of jet aircraft operatingfrom 't. .;, 'J.t{ ,

Ujg. Brust Makes a carrier.Dr. ; ,.fi..t'; ,.;>
Claims Mehildau tied In the phy-
REAR ADMIRAL and Mrs. Robert Goldthwaite converse with Cap
chological effect which Is a con-
98,000( ) Landing on Sara tain and Mrs. John R. Mackroth at the occasion of the 14th annual
tributing factor to these acci-
New A-4 RecordAttack The anack carrier USS Saratoga dents with several Illustrationsand Magnolia Chairity Ball. Planning and preparation by members of

logged Its 98-thousandth arrested concluded his remarks by the.Jacksonville. Officers Wives Club spotlighted a complete evening
landing in April The landIng ot dining and dancing.
Squadron 44 Is claiminga explaining to the audience that
new Navy record for the A-4 was made by LTJG K. R. for phychological reasons, 1,574 NARTU Sets JUST
of Attack Squadron 36 in
Skyhawk jet. Brunt, cadets are needed to produce
an A4C Skyhawk.On 1,000 Naval aviators. Airman SchlRcgistratin
Lt. John C. Kessler logged his
2,000th hour of flight time In the April 14, Saratoga, the second -. Lieutenant Clyde Jeffery, flight Looking?
carrier of the F orresta!
A-4 aircraft this month to establish surgeon of VA-42 In Oceana,Va.,
what Is believed to be a class, celebrated her ninth bir- related his experiences with MERCURYS

record for a Navy pilot in the thday, giving the ship an average, stress factors during simulated NARTU Jax now has a limited 65 Monterey

Skyhawk. of better than ten thousand landings spacecraft orbit in which lie amount of openings (in the "85- 2 Dr . .$2995

Monday VA-44's standardi- a year.Lt. participated while lecturing the Day Recruit Airman Accelerated RADIO.POWER 8TFER1NQ HKATFR AUTOMATIC

zation officer, Lt. Kessler, received Kessler began flying the group on the environmentalstress Training School" 64 Mont. 4 Dr. .$2695FULL
High school students 17 yearsof POWER FACTORY AIRTILL .
a gold plaque and a model on astronauts.
A-4 jet in 1959 when he reportedto IN FACTORY WARRANTY
f' of the A-4 aircraft from the Doug VA-44. In October of that Dr. James Brough of the NAS age and young men up to 26 COVAIRS
las Aircraft Technical Represen- Dispensary expounded on his lec- years of age may apply for this
he toVA106whichalso
tive, Mr. Len Grey. year reported ture of weightlessness and its summer program.The 63 Monza Cony. .$1595
files the A-4. Then it was 4 tlPKED.: RADIO A HEATER
The 2,000th hour came related physical problems with school Is In two 85-day 62 .
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flown four models of the A-'.
Yuma, Ariz. aircraft. (In outer space. men living within a 50 mile.radiusof

Cecil Field's aviation physiologist Jacksonville.The .

Lieutenant Commander first 85-day 1 segment of the 64 Landaus .$:H05
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I flDGflGOREDiI Navy's medical program withde- airman apprentice, the second 64) Hardtop ':.:\-. .$3695
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:f ToastmistressTo Meet Tues. r Red Water Cross Safety To Course Offer MoviesMovies _: : : : :

Sunshine Toastmistress :
The At NAS j JaxIf ." :
Club Is not a social club, nor
do they Instruct one In making will beshown regularly
after-dinner speeches as the you are a teenager between at 7 p.m. Monday through Satur- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
name might Imply. What they do 12 and 17-years-old and need I 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not '
offer Is a tested method of self summer employment the Red day.NATTC will have two feature (later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. I
development for women In Cross Is looking for you. times 2 p.m. and 7p.m.onSaturdays Ads arriving too late (for this deadline will be published the
business, employment or public Mrs. Leo T. Profllet, Red and Sundays. The hospitalwill following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
contacts. Cross Water Safety Instructor, have one feature Sunday'sat A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
The wife of a Navy officer has announced that qualified 7 p.m. received WITH the copy for the ad.

eager to meet the new social Junior and Senior Lifesavers The NAS theatre will stay the DO NOT SEND CASH
demands competently, may find are needed as water safety aids.If same except for the evening fea- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
confidence and poise from train- you do not have your Junioror ture which will begin at 7:30: p.m. Per additional line ((4 words per line,/. . 0.50

ed listening and ease In conver- Senior Lifesaving certificates These are subject to change.
sation. The office secretary can and would like to take this course -
Improve her customer contact.A It Is being offered at the NAS Thursday, May 13

nurse willing to give assuranceto Jacksonville Indoor pool, Thurs- NAS A Shot In the DarkPeter
2 1965
the mother day from 6 to 8 p.m. beginning Sellers Elke
her patients, young Sommer
June 7.For. rms. best barg In city for couple DIAL 0 MATIC Zigzags that
teacher, or leader of a club can NATTC Son of Captain Blood $12.50 wk have
pi utIL 388-9886. never been used.
all gain Important knowledgefrom more Information contact Sean Flynn Ann Todd
this unique training. the Jax Red Cross office for water Hospital Sing and Swing-David were Mother's Day layawaysnever

These are but a few of the human safety aid training. Hennlngs, Jennifer Moss HOME FOR SALE No closingcost. area. picked We are up;unable customers to locate left

situations where Toast- Friday, May 14 $ zero to $100 Da Many; them. You can have these ma-
mistress training can help with Club Schedules all areas. Timmerman Rlty. chines for the baL $47.50 cashor
practical methods. Eachmember NAS EriktheConquerorCameron 771-2792 or 771-186L terms. Will take older machine -
works toward her owngoals at her Mitchell; A. Kessler In
trade. Phone
own pace. "Ct' CLUB Music this Fri- NATTC A Shot In the Dark 353-

Women Interested In finding out day night will be provided by the Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer FURN APT ORTEGA SECT tion 1946. A-I Will Sewing deliver Machine, no obliga-Co.

more about this unique group are Bobbey King Quartet and Johnny Hospital Son of Captain Blood- fac river, 15 min, from NAS 1
Invited to attend the next meetingon Jelinek will entertain on Satur- Sean Flynn, Ann Todd adult only. $25 wk Incl utIL
18 at 5:45 P.M. In the day. For those who like foreign
May & phone 388-9886. URGENTLY
Saturday, May 15 : reliable
George Washington Hotel. stop in on Tuesday when the
women for
baby sitting
specialty will be Scandinavian. NAS Ready for the PeopleSi- Call agency.
7713995.ATTENTION .
Navy WivesKindergarten Fried Chicken all you can eat mon Oakland, Anne Helm FISH CAMP FOR LEASE------5
every Wednesday. Happy Hour Is NATTC Erik the Conqueror ml. west of Yulee, 2 mL So.
at 3:30: with Dinner at 6 p.m. Cameron Mitchell, A.Kessler A-I-A at Boggy Creek, four
CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club Hospital A Shot In the Dark ENLISTED PER-
The Navy Wives Nursery Is offers music by Mark Castle this Peter Sellers Elke Sommer approx. 1 1/2 launching acres on water ramp SONNEL!II! NAS, Cecil Field:'

now accepting registrations for Friday and Phil Cay on Sunday.Doe As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor Duplexs for rent. Cash $&
Its classes Ray, & Me Plus Two will be suitable 2 BDrm, Kit equip. Can be
kindergarten beginIn Sunday, May 16 tenent. EL 4-0192
September.The featured Saturday.Don't forget day or night. furnished., If desired. 5 milesto
tuition for the classes that Game NIte Monday and that NAS Lillth Warren Beatty, base. For details Inquireat
open to children between 3 and Thursday is Pizza Night. Jean Seberg 3855 Oak St. or call Mrs.
ACEY-DUCEY Amos NATTC Ready for the People O'Neal at EV 9-8043-
6 years of age Is $12.00 per Betty FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
and the Rhythm Queens from Simon Oakland, Anne Helm NAS
month. The classroom facUlties $50. down, $50 month.
Nashville will entertain Ina Hospital Erik the Conqueror -
and equipment are modern Call Art Powell USN RET 264-
special show this Friday. Mark Cameron Mitchell, A. Kessler 6144 with 1958 PLYMOUTH STAWGN V-8,
and a large play yard will be Powell Realty, BKR. auto/trans.
WST, heater clean
Castle will
be featured on Satur-
utilized. Included In the kindergarten
Monday, May 17 $395.
and 733-4237 or 7336343.
Instruction will be field day Sunday. If you like bingo
trips, classroom parties, educa- drop In Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. NAS Apache Rifles Audey FOR SALE 23 Foot 1959 Ly-

tional films and reading readi BLUEJACKETS INNDancing Murphy, MIcheal Dante man Skiff, 135 HP, Grey Ma-
ness. this Friday will be to Phil Cay'sChantels. NATTC Lillth -Warren Be any, rine, Sleeps 2, toilet. Excel- MERCEDES-BENZ 190 SL Very
Carl and the Jean Seberg <' clean must sacrifice $1060.
Boyd Rhy- lent
If now will condition $2000.00 Phone
you register you Call
thm Hospital Ready for the People- Kingston NAS ext. 8744 8
assure your child of a place In Kings will entertain on Sat- EV 9-7711 ext. 402. A.M. 3
Simon Oakland Ann Helm P.M.
the class. Arrangements will be urday and March Wilson and the ,

made for carpools from all areas. Red Coats on Sunday. Every
For reservations and further Monday patrons can get 2 pizzasfor BEAGLE PUPS AKC, trL&liver HOME FOR
Information phone 389-7711, Ext. the price of 1, and on Wednesday Tuesday, May 18 colored, 6 wks old. 264-2589. Dn, $1600 equity SALE, built-in- 3 Br,range$100
368. bingo is featured. NAS Witchcraft Lon
Chaney, overn, screened porch, trees,
DIanna Claire $81., per mo. FHA Cedar Hills,
NATTC Apache Rifles Audey HOUSE ,FOR SALE Orange 7714980. .
WESCONNETTFLORIST Murphy, MIcheal Dante Park 4)BR, 2 BA, Cent. Air.,
Hospital Lilith Warren Lr. Wooded Lot. 2642164., 'J .. .

1 Beatty, Jean SebergWednesday FOR SALE 1 mile NAS 7402 '.'
May 19 LIKE'): NEW 4 Bedroom' 2 Bath Ortega Hills Drive 3 BR, 2 Bath, .
J Home. Built-in range & oven. central beat and A/C, garage,
We wire Flowers NAS Father Goose Cary Call ART POWELL USN/RET large yard. Low Dn payment
Grant, Leslie Caron 264-6144, Powell Realty Bkr. FHA loan. EV 73214.It .
Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at NATTC WitchcraftLonChan-

F 103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. ey, DIanna Claire
5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. Hospital Apache Rifles Audey Hospital Corps became known by Its present
name of slckbay, because of the
Murphy, MIcheal Dante
FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770 Will Celebrate rounded shape of the recess
where It was located. During

67th BirthdayNAVNEWS.On this period there were no enlisted ,
-- men trained to care for
( June 1610- the sick and Injured. Most ships
cal hospital corpsmen will join had a surgeon and a surgeon'smate

mE with corpsmen throughout the as the only medical trained
--- Navy and Marine Corps In celebrating personnel on board, they were.
the 67th anniversary of assisted by the least necessary
the Hospital Corps. members of the crew.

jJ Although the Hospital Corps,
as a seperate unit of the Med- In 1814 Navy Regulations referred -
__ ical ',Department dates back only to the "loblolly boy",
__ 67 years Its history Is as old first enlisted group designated*
.. as the Navy itself.From to assist the surgeon and sur-
the very beginning of the geon's mate. In the 1840's the

Navy It was found necessary to title of loblolly boy was changedto
make provisions for the sick surgeon's steward. The sur-
and Injured. An area, called the geon's steward was more highly
cockpit, was set apart to care trained than'his forerunner the
for those who could not work. loblolly boy. The surgeon's steward
The cockpit was usually locatedIn also had a better positionon
the forward part of the ship, the ship, he was second ranking
below the waterline as protection petty officer on the ship and
1-:4_.f' 'duif g'batt1 .'' In liter i yeais" :..reeeiYed>,.$

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MAY 13,1965 I

Health AgenciesEnd

Campaign r 4

J. BogorcwskI, Treasurer,
Navy-Duval Steering Committeefor
the 1965 National Health
Agencies Campaign Drive has announced -
that $23,542.53 was contributed -

this year.In .
announcing the results, Bo-
gorowskI also noted that contributions
to the International Ser-
vice Agencies to date amount to
at $8,105.48. It Is anticipated that

The TrllOlu,,', 1965 Savings Bond Drive got a television returns to the International Ser-
off when Navy Waves and Prudential May Queens'were chosen vice Agencies will continue until
to b. Star-Spangled Savings Bonds Poster Giris. approximately June 15 mIa final _
Presentations and int.rvi.wsw.r.madeonChannel.l2's'Cam.rasPl.asr summation of contributions will [ _
and Channel 4's "Mid-Day ShoW. L lo R Susie Dixon and be made at that time.Commanding .
Peggy Moscha May Qu..ns from Prudential Insurance Company,
Ed Meddlers, the producer of "Cameras Pleas., Linda Thod., Officer JOE MEAD of the O&R Dept. and his son exhibit their trophiesand
Honorita Capell and Mary Shannon, Waves and Royc. Powell some of the U-Control flying aircraft they own. Mead will
Savings Bonds Area Manager. Carl Young Becomes7th give a demonstration on model aircraft flying this Sunday at the
The months of May and June are designated as Star-Spangled NAS inspection parade grounds on Yorktowp Avenue at 2:00: p.m.
Savings Bonds Montfis. Time Joe Mead is a member of the NAS Navy U.Control Flying Club
chides a stern ramp, side pores, the USS with enthusiasts.
Saratoga which is looking flying
Research, Cargo Ships and interior ramps, permitting the Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean -
and .
rapid loading unloading.Like . Commander Grant
Launched By Navy her predecessor, the C. Young, Commanding rof AF Study Aims at Aircraft
USNS Comet, primary
Attack Squadron 34, completed
Washington (AFPS-Tbe Navy Ion will be military
has two new ships, a speedy wheeled am transporting tracked vehicles. his 700th carrier landing last Speed of 8,000 mph-Plus
"roll-on/roll-ofP' vessel month. The landing was made nan f
cargo The USS Glover, launched at
and a modem escort research Bath, Maine, Is an experimental A4C Skyhawk It was Cdr.Young's Washington (AFPS)--StudIes now underway by the Air Force may
aboard the
ship. Both were launched April ship for weapons and equipment landing lead to development of an 8,000 mite per hour research aircraft
17, one in the Pacific and one used antisubmarine war- Saratoga.Cdr. which eventually may achieve orbital speeds.
in the Atlantis fare. She will be fitted with Young's wife Ethel, and This Is the belief of General B.A. Schriever, Air Force SystemsCommand
The USNS Sea Lift launchedat their four children reside at4168 of the research -
such armament"as the ASROC commander, who also feels that first flights
Seattle, Wash.,will be placedIn (Antisubmarine Rocket) and the TImuquana Road In Jacksonville, aircraft could be made In supersonic combustion ramjetengines
service early in I960. Her DASH prone( Antisubmarine Ifellcopter the early 1970s, with design of a known as SCRAMJET,
roll-on/roll-off configuration ). Life can never have for us a hypersonic aircraft beginning In to power hypersonic aircraft."
sense of fullflHmem or complete the mid-1970s. He said SCRAMJET Is the most
ness unless we are giving more General Schriever said, "the promising approach available today
than we are getting.-WlllUm T. Air Force is studying possibilities for sustained hypersonic

McElroy _. by suing hydrogen-burning., flight. It could be used effectively -
he added on hypersonic air-
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS craft with both military and

MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS civilian applications.
IIh There's also a possibility that
s. SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR-22'S FILED can lead to a vehicle reaching
speed of about 17,000 miles per
McDOUGALL'SNAVAL INSURANCE hour, permitting delivery of very
AGENCY, INC. large payloads Into space at far
greater economy than Is presently -
6463 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 299O MAYPORT ROAD General Schriever pointed out
PHONE 388.7676 PHONK 249.8649
with number of -'
a promising approaches ,
and applications stu '
died. He noted that the study was
TJUWt 1&tollJtoRt not only In the United States but I 1
In laboratories and research
facilities throughout the world

MOBILE HOMES 5943 Roosevelt Blvd.-Phone EV 7-4544 If f

Only One Mile From NAS Main Gate FRA-126 To Hold I Ir


We Have "Made 'COURTEOUS & EFFICIENTan Spaghetti Dinner i

ADDITIONI' CURB SERVICE 6 p.m until The Branch and Unit 126 of the (t

Fleet Reserve Association are c

Serving Food as Good as the Best for 33 Years" sponsoring a spaghetti dinner at
the FRA Hall, 7673 BlaMing L
Blvd., this Saturday, May 15, 5 i
P.M. to 8 P.M. r
All gourmets, FRA members, (
families, and guests are Invitedto r
-A1DLEY' enjoy fine sphagetti. Rolls, I
beverages, and desserts will I"
LARGEST SELECTION OF be furnished with the dinner.
I I RECONDITIONED MOBILE Donations of.4LOO per adult and
v ALL MODELS IN EXCELLENT the proceeds will aid In main-
CONDITION SAVE HUNDREDS taining the building fund.

DANCING The true test of a civilization
SPECIAL MILITARY FINANCING I UNTIL Is the way In which It educatesIts
young and provides for Its
NATIONAL MOBILE 2AM old.-Wlllard Wirtz

3909 BLANDING BLVD. **********
DRIVE-IN SERVICE If the day ahead Is empty
2063 HIGHWAY 17. ORANGE PARK And you'd like to fill the gap
2 MILES S. OF N.A.S. PH. 264-9359 CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10* With vistors and phone calls

Just try to take a nap.-
Betty Lee ReedPAGE


Centralized ;, NAS Civil ServiceOpportunities

I Provides Q '' \t Job

This Is the title of a new program : Listed below are announcements of examinations open for job
; which began operation on opportunities at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida
larch 1, 1965. This program and other Naval activities in the Jacksonville, Florida area.
provides additional security for ; TITLE OF EXAMINATION ENTRANCE SALARY
employees involved in base clo- l. Engineer GS-5 through GS-12 ((7 options) $5990. to $10,250.**
sures and routine reductions in Photo Transfer (Metal) 2.93
1 force. It will also result in certain Instrument Mechanic (General) $0.00
restrictions on filling vacancies Instrument Mechanic (Mechanical) 3.00
after March 1, 1965 as you Instrument Mechanic (Electrical) $3.00
will notice from the following BLANC receives spin- Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronic) ,,/ $3.00-
I description of the program: and lures from his Electroplater -: 2.81

((1)) Employees scheduled for supervisor, Norman Heat Treater C. 2.81
|separation by reduction in force ( ) attheO&R recent re- Aircraft Engine Mechanic $2.93
| who cannot be placed In the local Aircraft Painter $2.93
commuting area may registertheir Electric Accounting Machine Operator, GS-3. 3005.*
availability for positions in Welder (Aircraft) A ,2.93
other geographic areas. (This ( Blanc Electronics Mechanic (Maintenance) 3.00
also applies toemployeeswhodecline ) Sewage Disposal Plant Operator $2.71-
offers to transfer with their Supvy. Digital Computer Programmer, GS-11; Digital
functions to other areas.) ( ) After Computer Programmer, GS-9 $7220. to $8650.**

((2)) This registration will pro- ( ) Career Water Plant Operator 2.59
vide for employee selection of Aircraft Ground Equipment Mechanic 2.81

locations within the minimumarea 1941, Joseph 1 I Gas Cylinder Service Worker (A/C) $2.37
likely' to provide placementand on duty as a Sales Store Checker, GS-3 4005.*
will cover up to 5 different Mechanic at Jax NAS Electrician (Lineman) 2.93

skills per employee. He has been con- Carpenter $2.81
((3)) Registrations will be for- employed until his re- Electric Accounting Machine Operator, GS-2 $3680.**
warded to the Centralized Re- 7 May 1965 in such Meat Cutter 2.59
ferral Activity, located at the SallMaker,Shop Plan Card Punch Operator, GS-3 $4005.**
Defense Electronics Supply Cen- was one of the first A/C Instrument Mechanic 2.93
ter, Dayton, Ohio, for entry intoa men selected for A/C Electrician 2.93
A/C Electricial Worker 2.59
computer. to this rating.
((4)) The Centralized Referral recent years Joe Per Hour Per Annum
Activity will furnish all DOD activities as the "Big[ Full details at NAS Jax. Consult Civil Service Representative.

having industrial rela- connection with the
tions/personnel offices with of specialized mold

.weekly lists (designated as products During his
"stopper" lists) which willcon- Joe was particular- _Inlet Marina
taia listings of skills of surplus with regard to pro-
employees who have Indicated drive shows, act- AND BOATYARD
availability for vacancies at designated of Jo-Jo the Clown l
activities. He also de-
((5)) The receipt of a stopperlist decorated 14 floats I
by an activity will place cer- communities.'I parades. .
Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways
tain restrictions on filling of vacancies and decorated the
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET .
depending on the priority Cake and Can-
assigned. Priority I'is assignedto a replica of the air- U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH
employees Involved In base F, D. R., and a ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.9835
the capture of

(:ivil Service complete with

his employment ;''at wr ssssisssW
Joe was a
parachute jumper ..
Payments decorator working =
the southeastern "

Is your Civil Service Designation his career, ,l) 0 _. \, .' .. .
Master Mech- '
of Beneficiary form up to 'ff
date Have you had any changein and Repair De- en coI.
( your family status which would commented upon the I ;:

make it advisable for you to sub leaving and active wished service him It It f I. E:. .
a new form? = .c
A Designation Beneficiary is in the future.FAST La.. ... .. ..
"? .
.. ... .
for lump-sum death benfitpur- '.. .rl-" .c. _.:;.:a : ,'
popes only.. Jt does not affect the +
right of any person who qualifies sss+oTV O ::

to receive survivor annuity E ON
benefits. It Is applicable only in

case an employee has fewer a. Q
than five ((5)) years of civilian
service or leaves no widow (or Ll7cJ7
| widower) or children entitled toa co
survivor annuity. Its purposein .,.. .c
such cases is to indicate the :t mm
person, or persons, whom the J ;:
I employee wishes to receive the c
I monies which have been deducted
from his salary for retirement
| rposes. NOW! C FINANCING
The Employment Division In- c:; : sPER AU. Nnw FOR
trial Relations Department,
'Ul assist any employee who J
fishes[ to make a change In his -'--Q 21ES23:
Designation! of beneficiary, and R SERVICE Sea the men at Powell Plymouthland
will furnish any information or .
[advice in connection -tbe 'ewith.Employees' I rSOn : .:,. It's Easy. to- Trade. ,at -
of.the .Overhaul and '
I'epalr' Department should see I '
|Irs. Boatwright, Industrial Relations powell lP oulk
Office, Overhaul and Re- JUAN TV n
jalr Department. All other em- ,
loyees should see Mrs. Brooks,

oom 126, Industrial Relations* 387-2121 1218 SAN MARCO 3592024AY
(epartment, Building 907, or call
tension 483.

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MAY 13, 1965


0T4 :


GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC f 1 .

NAS Ext. 400

PROMOTION OUTLOOK- an oil thong case full of dimesto
board to select regular Marine the writer of the most con-
Crops Sergeants Major, Master vincing letter on the subject
x.. Gunnery Sergeants, 1st Ser- Forward letters to Supply Chief,
geants and Master Sergeants will MAD, NAS, Jax., Bldg. 574. AU CAREER MAN After 22 years
convene In Washington July 12, hands eligible to participate in service, MSgt. William H. Per-
-ffj:. and:! remain in session for nine this contest. kins, Jr., left, decided to make it
weeks. Names of board members FORMER MARINES .Art Slo- a career and shipover for two
SERVICEMAN OF MONTH SSgt. Roger L. layton, who inventeda will be made available before the cumb, retired MSgt. is Informa- more. LtCol. John W. Sullivan,
timing device for scheduling classes at the Aviation Electrician board convenes and will be tion Officer for Fourth Army Marine Aviation Det. CO, per-
School, steps front and center during a recent Aviation Detach printed in this column. The Ma- Corps here. HaroldHaglund, for- formed the reenlistment ceremony
ment parade to honor him for being selected NATTC "Servicemanof rine Corps board to select new mer Gunny with the Jax Air Reservists last Tuesday.
the Month".In addition winning a $50 savings bond and a free Gunnery Sergeants will convenein building new homes in .
family trip to St. Augustine, SSgt. Layton also received a Meritorious Washington October 4, also] for Orange Park and Green Cove
Mast for outstanding performance as an AE School instructor. nine weeks. New Staff Sergeants Springs. Larry K. Mordecai, a Bn.359-1021, USMCR
will be selected by anotherboardto corporal at Marine Barracks until Instructor Ed
Inspector Maj.
be session for weeks after discharged, now an insurance ward R. Toner
= f7L convening January 10, 1966. A agent downtown Jax.CEREMONIESThe. CO Capt George M Hutchins
SgtMaj.) Roy W. Britt
promotion board to select mem- Marines
bers of the Marine Corps Reserve Barracks, 8th and! "I" Streets, Volunteer Training Unit 631.,
-- USED CARS for Staff Sergeant through Washington opens Its 1965 color- 355-7361 USMCR
Sergeant Major will convene ful weekly parade season next CO-LtCoL Byon M, Morris
April 25, 1966, and be in session Friday. More than 73,000 per-
four weeks. Qualifying cutting sons attended the Friday evenIng FIRST EDITION-Friends,this
scores for promotion to Ser- ceremonies last year. Is the first edition of SAX
DUVAL MOTORS geant were released in last April Another 65,000 persons attended MARINES. We welcome your
and should now be in the hands ceremonies held on Tuesday contributions and suggestions and
BEST BUYS of all units. evenings at the Marine Corps hope you'll find the column en-
UNIFICATION. Navy's loss Memorial Arlington.An lightening and informative. As
was Marine Corps' gain April evening parade will be held you havenodoubtdiscovered,this
SAN JUAN LOT 24, when GySgt. John Egan, Ma- at the Marine Barracks every Issue of JAX AIR NEWS has been
rine Barracks Guard Chief,mar- Friday at 9 p.m., from May 21 expanded to 16 pages. ExpansionIn
OFF ried pretty Wave Beverly La to Sept. 24, weather permitting.The size, and a column devoted entirely -
Ii Barre (RM1)). Marriage cere- hour-long event features the to Marine Corps activities,
mony took place at St. Edwards Marine Band and the Marine Is pan of the Station Service Information -
Chapel, Naval Air Station. Corps Drum and Bugle Corps Staffs continuing effort -
= Friends and relatives offered along with precision drill unitsIn to provide better news cov-
,n= congratulations and best wishes full dress uniform. erage for all military personnel
= MILITARY FINANCING following the ceremony daring a Beginning June 8, two com- stationed here.pun .
festive reception at the CPO Club. panies of Marines will parade to
CLOTHING. cash sales of the music of the Marine Corps
164 FORD . . $1750 60 CHEVY.$795 clothing for all Marines in the Drum and Bugle Corps at the cfiijSJ
2 dr., 6 cyl., standard shift, 2 dr., V-B, standard shift, Jacksonville area are conducted Marine Corps Memorial. The
:=== R&H, low mileage,white with R&H. weekdays by the Aviation Detachment Tuesday evening ceremoniesstart
red vinyl int. from 1000 to 1530. at 7:30 p.m. They will con-
164 FORD . ... .. 12795 59 RAMBLER.$695 NEW MUSEUM A new Ma- tinue through the summer months ,
Hardtop, 4 dr., V-8, auto. 4 dr., 6, R&H rine Corps Memorial Museumwas until August 3L "('t
"" trans., power steer., & power steer and brakes. dedicated in Philadelphia DIRECTORY- the benefitof
brakes, factory air, extra Tuesday by the Commandant Jacksonville Marines, there'sa
_- dean. 58 FORD. . . $495 Gen. Wallace M. Greene, Jr. current directory of all Corps
163 CHEVY WAGON. ..$1695 4 dr., sedan, V-8, auto/trans The new museum stands at the activities in the area:
4 dr., 6 pass., V-8, standard R&H. corner of Fourth and Chesnut Marine Aviation DetachmentNAS
shift, R&H. Streets. Restored New Hall the Ext.: 8443
==63 FORD WAGON. .$1895 57 CHEVY .: ..$595 museum building was built in 1791as CO LtCol. John W. Sullivan
==== 4 dr., V-8, 6 pass., auto. 4 dr., hardtop V-8, auto. an adjunct to Carpenters Hall. SgtMaj.John KxO-Maj. Harold N. E.Ware Lewis
trans., R&H, factory air, like trans. standard shift, on the It had fallen into almost complete
floor, R&H. ruin before the area in which it Marine Air Reserve Training DeL
stands established national NAS Ext. 728
63 FALCON.$1295 .
CO- LtCoL Lloyd B. Dochterman
2 dr., sedan, 6 cyl., auto/56 FORD. . . $295 park. After restoration by funds ExO-Maj. James W. Laseter PUTT
trans., heater. 2 dr., V-8, standard shift, from the Mary Louise Curtis Bok SgtMaj. -Wayne O. Parish -
==:;162 THUNDERBIRD. .$2195 R&H. Foundation, New Hall was pre- Marine Barracks
Full power including factory sented to the Federal Govern- NAS ":Xt. 385 GOLF COURSES
lite blue with blue int. 59 FORD PICK-UP.$795 ment on November 10, 1962, by CO-Maj. B. Lubka
=== air ExO-Capt W. G. Smith, Jr. PRESENTS
1/2 ton, 6 cyl.I
:==[62 FORD. . . .$1195 Mrs. Efrem Zimbalist, Directorof SgtMaj. H. H. Brawner

2 dr., sedan, V-8, auto/trans "55 FORD. . .. . $395 CONFLICT-the Foundation. Marine Corps Recruiting Station Jacksonville's First
Unofficial matter
power steer. and brakes. Utility Truck. 354-7111, Ext 447 $100.00
:==60 GALAXIE.$795 which looms high in Importanceat 01C Maj. John R. Greenstone
4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H, 53 FORD PICK-UP. . $250 Technical Training Center AROCapt.ll1am J. Griges Jr. NATIONAL TOURNAMENTOPEN
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! girls there are best looking, Officer Selection Officer
blondes or brunets? GySgt. Tom 354.7111, Ext 449 PROS. LOW
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AY 13,1965 PAGE 13

I Athletic Office, NAS Sports Organizer -I

The Athletic Olllce, located in Bldg. 3, Is often been overlooked
when recognition is handed out to units, and individuals for their
I sports ability. Now they are In the spotlight, because without them
the sports program at NAS would not exist as the well organized
program that it Is. 11&\I'IIIIII11J\
The office Is run by F. R. and he finished( third twice in
| MacCaffery I Athletic Director the Fifth Naval District Tour- 9c
and G. 1.. Mullins, Asst. Athletic ney in'53 and '54.
Director. These two men make all the
MacCaffery came to NAS in equipment available for sports,
1945, after serving a term with they set up schedules and arrange IRON MAN
the CG Reserve and working In for tournaments and cham- SPORTS PROGRAPROSPECTIVE .
the St. Johns Shipyards duringthe pionships, such as the Sixth Naval 1r w 1 r' -
war. lIe coached the Jax District Boxing Tournament held r.
Navy Baseball team in 1948. In here at NAS recently. "
he became the Athletic Dir hold clinics
1949 They for new officials y w' i ,
ector of Physical Training and they assist in organizing :; :
Welfare. "Mac" played pro varsity teams and prepare sche- i
baseball with the Red Soxs in dules for them. They make all
1934 In the Pennsylvania New the arrangements for visiting
York league and played with teams and they are responsiblefor :.l
Hazelton in the same league In the Iron Man Program which F. R.MACCAFFERY-othletic director M
1935. He played semi-pro ball MacCaffery started in the listens to the complaintsof "
springof WINNER of this year's Iron Man Trophy Is pointedout
in Philadelphia in 1936 and Can- 1952, at which time only 15- past of the games.which take up by"Mac" to Mullins. The decision is a hard one. ,
adian-American ball In '3738.In 20 units participated. Today they most day.

1940, 41 and 42 "Mac" have approximately 37 units To list all of the jobs that the
played with Jacksonville TarsIn participating Athletic office carries out would 7 PIZZA BMf
Jacksonville. From this begot "Mac" and Mullins start their take more space than Is per >>|; \
a contract with the Jersey City day at 8 a.m., and so far, no mitted, so we dedicate this pageof OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM
Giants with the International Lea time has been set definitely as to the sports to the Athletic Office C J
gue but he went on the voluntary when the day ends. Sometimes for their tremendous job in w PREMIUM USER CHOICE CUT STEAKS

.. .. .-.. -'".--- ,. .. '-.. helping and making the sports ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI
program at NAS as great as It rE3' / PIZZA

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G. L. MULLINS, Asst.Athletic Director from $$6900
JlllliS sets up the schedule for
up coming sports attractions.
EXPLAINING the rules and rags of sports are also part of "Mac's" Fenced Yard Wafer Sewage Included
job. But he spends a lot of time giving advice and hints on how
things should be done for better results. Jax Swim Team To
Host Orlando Here Equipped
retirement list. It's well' after dark before the
Mullins served 27 years In the doors of the Athletic Office are The Jax Navy Swim Club will
meet the Beckner Swim Associa- SCHOOL within 500 Ft.
Navy. He entered the Navy 1932 locked. :
and retired In 1959 a AOC. He Out of this small office come tion of Orlando at the NAS Jax I I
fought In the South Pacific Thea- all of the trophies and awards Indoor Pool this Saturday. The Office 8820 Blvd.
: Normandy
which will feature 66
tre In WW II and served aboardthe which are presented to atheltic
events, Is to the public. Over
USS Boxer In the Korean which are presented to ath-
War for nine months. He serv- letes for their outstanding work. 200 youngsters from this area H. _Doyon: Owner Phone 781-3373
ed with what awards will participate with Jax Navy.
VP-5 here at NAS JAXin But are presentedto
19,58 until his retirement. these two individuals thatdonate -
After leaving the Navy, Mullins all their time and effort to
attended the Jones Business College make it all possible? The argu- NOBODY
for 18 months and came back ments of last night's games or a
to NAS In Oct. 1963 to serve as protest on an official's call or a
the Assistant Athletic Director. complaint about the game that UNDERSELLS CLAYTON REVELS!!

He was a member of the Jax was rained out. COMPLETE SELECTION NOW
Navy Golf Team In 1958 and '59




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MAY 13 1965

NAS Wives dt,, .,,1 .t < .491r .<.", New Fishing Two-Wheel ',Drag Race
., .<

BowlingThe .{', Regulations Slated At RacewaySaturday

NAS Service Wives started Added) To List
their summer league Friday C' night.May 22, the only runs to win the title, taking the
night High set for the eveningwent TALLAHASSEE Florida team of two wheel draggers,Joey first third and fourth with Price
to Irma Peterson, 472; will find very few Chitwood, Jr., and Al Gross will winning the second. Price was
Betty Wilkins 463. High game sportsmen changes In hunting and fishing be drag racing on two wheels for driving a Ford Anglia with a
was turned In by lone Herman. regulations, seasons, or bag li- the championship. Both will be 389 hp Chevy engine.
162. mits. The 1965-66 hunting and driving Chevy IIs. Al Gross who Money winners in the Class
fishing regulations and a general has been running on two wheels Eliminations were Berry Nomi,
Stati five and who feat- Fla. In his 300 cubic
tics! framework for the 1966-67 sea- for years was Hastings, ,
IT WAS CLOSE Cdr. P.B. Derr son were established by the Game ured on T.V. last week, said, inch Chevy with an ET of 14.12
Fugitives 0 explains the closeness of the and Fresh Water Fish Commission "there is a lot of danger when and second place was taken by
Hullabaloos 1 tennis championship game that at the annual regulation two cars are running alongsideeach George Oglesbee, Jacksonville,
Rogues 2 left him in second place,to Capt. in Tallahassee April other for you have to have with his 348 .cubic Inch GTO'
Virginians 2 J. Mackroth, CO NAS after he meeting E., lots of room to manuver to keep Pontiac In 13.67.TCl1l1is .
23 to Frye,
Munsters 3
was presented withhistrophy in the car on two wheels."
Saints 4 the CO Conference Executive Director.
Todd St. was
Larry Augustine
The opening and closing dates
for resident game birds and ani- crowned King of the Northern
BowlingThe ResultsThunderhead mals were established by the 'Florida Drag Racers Saturday Tourney
night at the Thunderbolt Raceway
Commission In January. The This is the last call for the
after Bob Price Jackson-
beating ,
one-half hour
results of the Intramural season will open Tennis Doubles Championship,
BB Stackers 3 1 ville, a best of five.
bowling played May 3-6 are as Cursors 3 Torch Pots 1 before sunrise SaturdayNovember Tod, driving the St. John's which will start on May 17. All
13 In the First Second,
follows potential entries should call Ext.
: Spoilers 4 Poll Grips 0 Chrysler Ifemt-Playmouth,
Neptunes 2 AOMD ###2 2 Plzzans 2 Mix Masters 2 Fourth, In and the Fifth Third Regions.Region will The needed only four of the five 585 to register.
Guessers 3 Eagles 1 Nooners 3 Kingpins 1 season
Cannon Cockers 3 Darters 1 Cutters 3 Tipplers 1 begin ber week later on Novem- ]Record To Bc Set In Fishing 1
Metros 3 Needlers 1 Anchors 4 Army AFES 0 Commission establishedone

3rd Crewmen 3 Doctors 1 Supply 4 Sky Warriors "B" 0 limit change. This change TALLAHASSEE Florida appears majority of the fishermen are
Molarolas 3 Riggers 1 Vultures 3 Avions 1 a season's bag limit of to be heading for a record catching fish. However, the sit-
Cloak & Daggers 3 AEWRON Paymasters o ###1 3 Trailer Sailors three deer, a one deer Increase year of fresh water fishing if uation in which ten percent of the
"A" 1 1 and current fishing fishermen catch eighty
last bag limit of two. early spring percentof
Play Boys 4 Electrons 0 AOMD ###1 3 NCOs T years
The limit remains atone success is any indication of things the fish continues to hold true.
dally bag
comStore5, 3 Lilly's 1 Warriors 3 Airnien 1 This be Woods said "The
____ ___ a _.,,4-,=_ ___ deer per day.- to come. seems to the average
Other regulation changes pro- year for big bass and plentiful fisherman would catch far more
vides for a training period for panfish and fishermen are taking fish If he would concentrate on
On target money help deer hounds from October: 15 full advantage of the situation, one lake or river instead of skipping -
through November 1 In the First, reports Bill Woods, Chief, Fish around You've got to know
Second, Fourth and Fifth Regions Management Division, Game and where fish are In order to catch
wherever you're stationed and from October 22 to November Fresh Water Fish Commission. them. To know where they are
8 In the Third Region. Dog training Creel census conducted by you must know your fishing waters -
will not be allowed onwlldllfe Florida's wildlife officers and Almost without excep-
management areas or on land fishery biologists indicate that tion the fisherman with the best
within the National Forests, and more folks are fishing and more catch Is the one that Is most
trainers may not be in posses- fishermen are reporting limit familiar with the area. While
sion of any firearm,while train- strings than ever before. BassIn luck is an important factor in
the eight to ten pound class fishing, knowledge and skill are
__ ing.The Commission also removed seem to be the standard for the just as important"
the beaver from the list of pro- day rather than an exception.The
y tected fur-bearing animals statewide creel census indicates Track MeetThe
that fishing is outstanding
throughout Florida and the vast NAS track and field meet
will be held on May 18, 2 p.m.,
at the track, south of the NATTC
Pick up either Volkswagenin Navy Exchange gas station. En-

... ... ... tries should be in at the Athletic
i Europe. Office no later than Friday, May
I'I 14.
1 I I .

\ p 111f{ VFP-62 Takes

1 t Cecil TurneyWith

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.,. s i 1..t. I.t/.f7 t.

-eBorro w confidently from HFCHFC HonorsCECIL

has SAGO offices ready to serve you-world basketball team, which finished
wide-whenever you need cash. Even If you're third In intramural league play,
shipped overseas,you can use HFC's fast onestepair swept through this station's first
mall loan service. So never borrow money need- post season basketball tournament -

kssty but when you must-do as 150,000 service- without a defeat.On .
men do each year: Borrow confidently and repay its way to the corwn VFP
conveniently at Household Finance. defeated entires from Administration
the Jet Shop, and the
Marines In the final game
.Borrow, up to $600 "Fighting Photo" romped to an
If have-a'driving ambition,to Squareback ,Sedan. (II.t's, lust as
Take up to 24 months to repay j you easy win over the Marines behind -
the cheapest to but beetle-ish.
See Europe way genuine not so ) the combined shooting of
do the driving is in your own VW. We'll attend to the details of
Ask about credit life insuranceon And picking it up in Europe is the purchase, delivery, insurance and Lary Davis and Lt. LaryWheeler."Benjl" .
loans at rates cheapest way to buy one. licensing. And if the car needs Benjamin the varsity'sregular
group You can get a genuine beetle in servicing after you ship it home, center sparked the
any of 55 cities in 9 countries. we'll attend to that, too. team's defense and rebounding.

: : HOUSEHOFINANCE ; ...And, if you want a little more room If you think!; that's a lot to ask of It was a team effort that pulled
: : : :,|and a little more power spend a stronger,'comein! .and get VFP through the double'elimination -
:> :: :,:..little.mote! f'Oy.! cod! get our to know us. tournament without a loss;-
all 10 players saw extensive ac-
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the team that won the
25 West Forsyfh St.-Phone: 355-9683 II Dealerr intramural league crown did not
I I Please send me your free illustrated brochure and price lTt. enter a team in the tournament.The .
Cedar Hills Shopping Center r Nome I Marine entery finished In

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COLUMN LEn Softball

Notes and Comment ResultsThe

Down On The Farm results of the Intramural
Softball games that were played
May 3-6 are as follows:
VP-30 14 VW-4 8

With The YankeesBy .I I Ir P FICEUR 10 FAETU 2
.A Admin. 15 Marines 13
VAP-62 2 AFES 0

Cave ColbyIt HAND BALL The winners and 2nd pi in Handball were; VAP-62 2 AFES 0 Forfeit

(L-R) LKjg) W. R. Knowlton. VP-16, 2nd place in doubles; Lt. M. A. Comm. 12 Disp. 2
seems that the following\ question comes from New York Cityat Weiss, NAS ADMIN Singles Champion and 2nd place doubles; C&R 14 MARTD 0
!least once a year; "How\ they doing down on the farm (or, out in the 8 6
Capt. J. R. Mockroth, CO NAS, who presented trophies; Copt. Supply ComFalrJax
-Kansas- City)? J. J. Guibilato, FICEUR, Doubles Champion; and Lt. H. F. Hughes, Hosp. 9 Ale Malnt.' 6FICEUR
K. C. baseball fans have a FICEUR Doubles Champion. 8 Weap. 4
reasoned that the
question of their own that they present VP-30 6 Marines 1
slump the team is in wolttlast '
want answered "How we gona 10 Admin 0
(ninth place in club batting Golf Results Waves Bowling Comm.
keep 'em down on the farm(away VAP-62 9 Disp. 2
a .216 team average)
from the Yankees)? ComFalrJax 14 A/C Malnt. 4
The results of the Intramural
and when things return to nor- of the Dental
Yankees have Evelyn Ray
The again con-
golf played. May 4-6 are as follows Supply 6 NAMTG 2
mal as in Edward'sbat with 563
ducted a trade with the A's and past years Department came up a VP-45 8 679th 0
won't be needed. : series to the season
third question capture
now a pops up
VP-7 7 Birds 2 MARTD 18 Hosp. 15
Are the A's in the American Why the Yankees gave up Blanchard high series record from Barb
VP-30 "A"3X2
FAW-11 'A' 51/2
MLskec who is in Bainbridge
League for compeitition or to IsstlUamystery. Possiblythe 12th
competlon are
serve as a New York farm club. management decided is one for the AH-Navy Bowling Tour
Mainr. Tats 35-9
"A" Ale
Hosp. 51/2
But then these three questionsoccur of those players to be cast off for 31/2 nament. Ray also captured high Le Lagnappes 31-13
almost every year and nev- a new model. At any rate the A's game with a 201. Ens. L.L.
Admin 5 1/2 VW-431J2 Bavarians 26-18
answered.The possibly picked a good used Logan of Communications netted -
er seem to get
FllWeaFac 5 1/2 FAETU 3 12VP31"B" for the Pin Heads 1826.
Yankees traded utility man player. high handicap game
51/2 AlrOp's 3 1/2 Strike Outs 12-32
John Blanchard and pitcher Roland Sheldon may go the way of other week with 277.
2 Cats 10-34
Sky Warriors 7 imp "B" Alley
Sheldon for K. C. Doc Edwards ex-Yankee pitchers. Ralph 679th 6 Comm. 3 Standings going> into the May

a catcher. Terry, another Yankee cast-off, NARTU 5 Supply 4
CBS stock took no'appreciablegain has come into the Indians' starting -

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It appears that the Yankeeswere been in the past, Blanchard rnrmm
in trouble before the trade and Sheldon could! return to the ,

may still be in trouble, and may Yankees before the season is ''a +
continue to be in trouble. It over it has happened before. 4fl.i FRITZ

seems there might be bigger and But perhaps the most pleasant PARMANRet.
result from this trade is to \ J.
better things ahead for the Yan- yet .
kee Haters. come. The greatest flop in the CPO

Last week the long standing American League since Chicagowon owner
American League champions the pennant in 1959 may happen : .
were in eighth place. This isn't this year and that flop is the ,
unusual for the Yankees this early end of Yankee domination.

in the season. But one thing that Smile Yankee Hatersby Octo- L. Harold Pannan May port rmrmNTH
has been usual in past seasons ber you may not have a team to Fritz Pannan, Jr. Roosevelt

for the Yankees is missing Hate. LOB Webber Normandy
catcher Elston Howard. ;

Howard, who played in 150 Swim SPEED EQUIPMENT
games and batted '313 last sea-

son, will be out from five to six MeetAn COMPLETE LINE OF MAG WHEELS
weeks with an elbow injury.
This would mean that the sea- RAGING SLICKS. CHROME PIPES

son would be well into June before organizational meeting for k TACHOMETERS & FLOOR SHIFTS
Howard is back. June is the NAS swim meet will be held

the month that the Yankees begin on May 19 at the Athletic NO DOWN PAYMENT

their surge or purge, which Office, Bldg. 3 at 9:30 a.m. AU
ever you would like to call it, potential entries are to be re-
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"Sky Party' on
been cast aside because of too BALANCE I
The less a person learns, the slopes. Undaunted by wintry
many baseball miles. The team
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what after
got -
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other fellow wrong.-Don Bern will atlheboxoHiceswhen
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Owens, Jr. is released. (|
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MAY 13, 1965

I ,Hole in One' Contest The GolfCorner"

Set for Cecil Field

Play gets underway this com-
CECIL FIELD This sta- department; all profits will be Ing Saturday in the 1965 Spring
tion will hold a "hole in one" donated to charity. Cup. This event will be 36 holes I
contest on the station golf course Any person may enter the con- medal play with the first( round A
next Friday May 21 from 11 a.m. test as many times as he or she scheduled for May 15 and the ;
till 6 p.m. likes. second round on Saturday, May
All military personnel and 22. This will be a full handicap
their dependents as well as civil
tournament with a Revere Bowl
service employees from all military 1POIQZ I to the winner and runnerup.
Installations In the area are Summer rules will be In effect.
Invited to compete in the contest. For further Information call Gus
There will be golf merchan- L Former Montreal Canadian Iblz at extension 8503. Gus
dise or cash awarded to the peo- goaltender George Hains- Holz has relieved Frank Miller
ple who come the nearest to the worth turned In how many shutouts as Tournament Chairman for the
flag. Contestants will get six in the 1928-29 season? Golf Committee. He has a big .:
tries for 50 cents. 2. Ten players on the Houston pair of shoes to fill but is well _
The contest will be on the golf Astros' roster live in California equipped to fill this Important .l.
course driving range at a distance How many claim Texasas position. .
of 100 yards. Clubs and their residence? Three teams tied at four under -
golf balls will be furnished, or 3. Steve Van Buren set a for first place honors in
contestants may use their own record of how many yards gain- the weekly Blitz this past Sat- CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
clubs. ed in a NFL championship game urday.Ceramics. BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
Flights will be set up In groups when his Philadelphia Eagles beat 1-1341 OR
of 20. Those who finish the the Los Angeles Rams 14-0() in 1-6601

closest to the pin In each flight 1949 65 CHEVY II. . .. . . . . . .$2595
will win a prize. A grand prize 4. What pro holds the Madison Super sport, 4 speed trans., V-8, R&H, bucket seats, silver
will be given for the closest Square Garden (N.Y.) individual ShowingThe blue with blue int.
ball of the day. In cases of basketball scoring record of 73 . .$2595
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tie duplicate prizes wlllbegiven. points? NAS Hobby Shop will pre- 4 dr., auto/trans., V-8,power steer., R&H,factory air, solid
The contest is being sponsoredby 5. The Cincinnati Reds set a sent Mrs. Viola Carter for a beige, still in new car warranty.

this station's administration National League record en route Ceramics demonstration May 23 64 VOLKSWAGEN BUS .. .... . . . .$2195
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bery at once?" an Insurance a- Answers to Quiz the beginner and will conclude Sport coupe, power steer., & brakes, R&H, WSW, auto.
gent asked a woman claimant. her demonstration with a lecturefor trans., solid white with red int.

"Didn't you suspect somethingwhen 'unt'LIeZHos tdq the more advanced ceramist.The 64 CHEVELLE . . . . . . .$2195
you,came home and! dis- saureS if UOM span ILjsuivfte -g Hobby Shop Is available for Malibu 4 dr., sedan, standard shift, V-8, factory air, R&H,
covered all the drawers opened, 961SJa1pOqJa all Military, active and retired solid beige, WSW.

and the contents drawers opened, ''u1 >pJUI )fJOA "aN a41 and dependents. Hours of opera- 64 PONTIAC BONN . . . . . ..$3195
and the contents scattered all view{ aqt aprw SJUII.I; : tion are from 12 p.m.10 p.m. Sport coupe, R&H, auto/trans./ V-8, power steer& brakes,
over the room?" "Not really," titS jo UII.1aqunnc) 10M 'I' dally. For Information concernIng factory air, light green with black int.

she replied.1 thought my husband 'tpJt ( 961 'C the future demonstrations 64 CH EV ELLE. . . . . . . .$1695
had been looking for clean rod: >zsinojnqs please contact Mr. H. C. Osburn 2 dr., sedan, standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, solid black with
shirt." Anderson (SC) Inde yyAIM between the hours of 10 a.m. red int., WSW. '

pendent. tY.J11pa1J SJ quo""UJI-I!( 't 6 p.m. at Bldg. 898. Ext. 8378. 64 IMPALA . .. . . . . . .$2695
Sport sedan, auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, factoryair
solid blue, WSW.
64 CHEVROLET BELAIR ... .. . . .$2395
HONOR OUR : S RVICEMEN 4 dr., sedan, auto/trans./ V-8, power steer., R&H, factoryair
beige over red, WSW, extra, extra clean.
&"% !i_>''v *""v 63 FORD CONVERT. . .. . . . $1995
Galaxie 500, auto/trans., V-8, power steer., sliding steering
post, R&H, solid black with red int., WSW, extra, extra

63 CORVAIR COUPE . .. . . . ..$1395
ARMED FORCES DAY KSHm Standard shift, R&H solid red, WSW.
63 VOLKSWAGEN SUNROOF . . . .. .$1495
4 speed trans., all vinyl int., R&H, rain vents, solid white.
63 RENAULT. . . . . . .. $895
x A 4 dr., standard shift, R&H, extra clean.

...........:..;..;No" ..".. .. .... '. 63 CHEVROLET. .... . . . . $1595
Belair, 4 dr., sedan, 6 cyl., standard shift R&H, solid blue

Monza, speed trans., R&H solid red with white top, WSW.
63 RAMBLER . to . . . . .$1395
I MAY 15 1965 4 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl., factory air, R&H, solid white
with blue int., extra nice.

62 PONTIAC . oo. . . . . .$1995
'-J Bonneville, 4 dr., hardtop,auto/trans.,V-8, power steeringand
brakes, factory air, solid red, WSW. -
-x A day of recognition for 62 CHEVY II. . .. . . . . . .$1395
Super sport, auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid maroon WSW.
the members of our Armed 62 FORD WAGON ... . . . . .$1195
.. ,V-8, standard shift, heater, solid blue,WSW, extra clean.
Forces who work togetherfor 61 CHEVROLET BELAIR .oo. . . .. . .$1295
.\ 4 dr., sedan, auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid white, WSW,
the preservation all original.
;f' 4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid white.
of freedom for us all. 60 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .. . . .. .. .$1095
Standard shift, R&H, solid white with blue int., WSW., all


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