Jax air news

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Jax air news
Place of Publication:
United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 20, 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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CPO's To OpenTemporary : $200,000 Damage
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NAS JAX CPO Club,gutted .,<'A I '# w ". ';::: j;; ;1" Church bells were joined by
flames last ', '""t', fire sirens last
by 'J.'i/f.
Sunday morning, ;(t'f -t1I" I. )", ,r", 't:; Sunday morning
will be moved Into temporary : '''.'',i. 'I j ; as firemen battled a three ,-

quarters In building 593 in the :."'." 5111, .....J.tJ/,.II. 'JI ';;' ,< .".' "'.. lanu fire that destroyed two- j
NATTC area. ',' i .: .."- ,":"': ','j I I\\. ; thirds of the Naval Air Station, I

The new location was announced ,; ,. A',''. ..'f'>'<>jk.M"ff: ;,,. .Itt. :" '",'. / Jacksonville, CPO Club '
Wednesday by the Club Advisory <'T .. At 1:10 A.M., the station fire
Board In a meeting with I: department received an alarm
NAS Executive Officer, Commander from box 624 located at the .
L.A. Menard. (|I corner of Yorktown and McFar-

Building 593, located one block n w 9 f [ land Sts. Fire trucks ore and \
south of NATTC Navy Exchange x.10 i 'tr t I two were {mediately dispatched ,
Is currently being utilized as to the vicinity of the fire box.

a Navy Exchange facility. The prior to arriving at the fire,
CPO Club will occupy only the Assistant Fire Chief, J.C. Cash,
north wing of the two-story frame [ Judging! from the smote realized -

structure. he would need more equipment -
Initial planning calls for the I and radioed a second alarm .\.
first floor of the club to be usedas i which brought forth all the

a dining room, utilizing exIsting I fire equipment at, the station. "
snack bar equipment as I As he approached the Club'I he
well as galley facilities which will 1 sent a third alarm requestingassistance
FIREMAN FIGHT to control the three alarm fire that destroyed two-thirds of the NAS Jox CPO Club.
be salvaged from building 70S. from the JacksonvilleFire
The second floor will be for dancing Department. This requestwas

and beverage service.Other CBS Driving Spectacular To CPO Club Blaze answered by twoengine[ com
spaces In the north wing of the panies and a ladder truck.

building will be used for storage Station's WorstIn Approximately 40 personel.Including -

and offices. the NAS Crash and Fire ...
Motorist Test Abilities
Commander Menard emphasized Help Five YearsThe Crew, fought the blaze for over I
: that these facilities will be an hour, finally bringing It under
of only a temporary nature designed Thousands of drivers In northern Florida and throughout the nation fire that destroyed two- control at 8:15 A.M. The alarm

to provide club facilities sitting In their living rooms, will be able to test their driving Judgment thirds of the CPO Club at NAS, came during the change of shiftsat
until a new ebb can be built. knowledge, and preceptlon during "The National Drivers Test"on Jax last Sunday morning Is the the Fire Station, so a double
Ife pointed out to the Advisory television May 24, 10-11 p.m. The Jacksonville-Duval County first fire of its size aboardthe force of men was available.
Board that a request for funds Safety Council Is urging participation by all drivers in the area. air station In over five years. Minor Injuries were sufferedby

for a new club will be submitted On the broadcast,scheduled D.R. Moran,Station Fire Chief, the fire fighters which were
the 1967 Fiscal Year Mil- only four days before the start tion through the use of electronic credits this fact to early de treated by hospital corpsmen at

itary Construction Program.This of the three-day Memorial Day data processing equip- section of fires and effectivefire the scene of the fire and at
request comes before Con- weekend, a team of stunt drivers ment. A scientifically selected fighting operations. the station dispensary. No one
will millions viewers"Be- sample of 1,250 drivers will take In the the time '
gress early next year. put To cite examples, on Christ- was building at
The Advisory Board announcedthat hind the wheel"to enable them to the test at six televisionstatior>s, mas Day 1964 a fire In the (Continued on Page 2)) I
and their answer will be trans-
as soon as electric power can experience the sights and soundsof Acey Ducey Club resulted in only
be restored to the snack bar Installation high-speed head-on highway mitted instantaneously to IBM $200 dollars in damages. In A-
headquarters In New York and
at the CPO swimmingpool accidents. Viewers will be testedon pril 1963, fire damages to the ,
then be tabulated in terms of
operations will be resumed their driving judgment In two- station Laundry were only$200 I
total and by driving
car collision situations, on their response dollars. In both cases, the min-
(Continued on Page ) categories. After each questionIs .s
knowledge of the rules of the road imum were due to the
asked, the viewer will be given damages
and on their ability to preceive
fact that the fires were reported -
the correct answer as well as
driving hazards. while still In their early
the results of the cross-section
2)t Specially prepared sequences stages.
filmed on public highways responses.A "The air station Is composed
in Florida, will depict, by test form Is printed on page primarily bf wood-frame struct-
means of slow motion and nor- six for your convenience. ures which are highly suscept-

mal speed photography, collisions ible to fire," Chief Moran said

as they develop and hap- ReliefTo "and as always, an ounce of
-t pen. The cameras will follow the Navy prevention Is worth a pound of

action from a helicopter, three 'cure." But once a fire has start-
ground! positions and specially Rally ed, the earlier it Is reportedthe

equipped cars. One of.these cars Here MondayThere better are chances of keep- .
will have a camera positioned In ing damages to a minimum.
such a manner as togive viewers .
will be a Navy Relief The Fire Chief that
the feeling they are In the driver's the suggest
Rally Monday, May 24 at should be famllar with
seat. bandshell in front of Bldg. 1 at everyone RADM HENRY CALDWELL relieves .
the station fire bill and know
Officials at many local Industry 12 p.rn RAdm. Rob.rt Goldth-
what to do If fire Is discovered -
NAVY RELIEF WINNER P. S. government, and educa- An all-exp.nse paid trip for waite as Commander Fleet Air
Den, AOl, a student at the tional Institutions are encouraging two to the World's Fair will be Jacksonville this October.
AO-B" school NATTC,displayshis their employees and studentsand given away during this second "When the need arises, cur men RAdm. Caldwell reports to ComFairJax -'
winning ticket and his prize, their families to take the test. weekly drawing. are on hand with the best equipment from his posts as Com- "

a camping trailer; which he won The first insafe automobile driving Everyone is urged to attend and know-how but fire prevention mandant, Tenth Naval District i
in the first week's drawing for procedures will compete the NR Rally and all future and detection Is every and as Commander Caribbean-
Navy Relief. viewers against the entire na- rallies. body's job." Chief Moran stated. Sea Frontier.


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AFEft j tVi n""" -n' S'e; Z11G'- :S'; Chaplain's/ Message

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By WB. FeaginsThe

/ / SUNDAYB:00 Christian's Lord is variously represented by metaphors,similes,
l a.m. Service of Holy and adjectives within the Holy Scripture. For most of us the three
Communion most famous descriptions may be the ones of The Good Shepherd,
9:30: a.m. Service of Divine The Lamb of God, The Prince of Peace. There is another name
Worship which I strongly feel is of great magnitude for us In this day. it is
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for taken from the phophetic book of Joel, chapter three, verse sixteen
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 the first clause: "But the Lord will be the hope of his people." hall
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine the prophets there Is a predictive element which makes their

Worship messages applicable to every age; and rightly true with us today in
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship a world of pessimism, discord, materialism and idolatry, the ray of
N WEDNESDAY light that gleams through this darkness for Christians Is the radiant
reality, "The Lord will be the hope of his people."
.. ",4 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal First, let us see that this hope is not a vague daydream, nor the
feeling that generates a temporary status quo which emphasizes that
YET MORE DEMANDING 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal somehow all things will come out for the best. Rather, the serious
Christian will realize that this hope is an expectant desire based on
12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, personal conviction and commitment to Christ and His Church it
Also on all Holy Days Is truly the hope that gives every Christian the joy and peace In be-
Catholic Services at St. Edward's -

Editorial Chapel, NATTC and Naval lieving.Notice that only the Lord Is the hope of his people. Not man, nor

Hospital circumstance, nor political power. It is only the Lord. This is
Modern Expressways SUNDAY MASS so because our God through Jesus Christ created hope; this Christ

6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital magnified by His life and character the ground of hope; and today
through His Holy Spirit and our prayers hope is sustained with His
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.

Require Alert Driving Edward's Chapel people.Therefore, let us see the unchanging truth of this scripture. Our

DAILY MASS hope for spiritual and the material recovery In life and nation is In
the Lord and our relation to Him.
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
This Is the time of year when servicemen and their families plana We have all heard the expression, "God's In His heaven, all's
spring, summer, or fall automobile trip which leads to the nation's MONDAY&TUESDAY right with the world." Let's face facts. This Is not true. All will

superhighways, and a new set of safe driving rules. 4:15 p.m. King Hall- NATTC never be right with the world until the world Is right with God
Call them what you will--turnpikes, freeways, tollways, express- It Is not always easy to face life. There is still hatred, prejudice,
ways, thruways--new highways are criss-crossing the country witha FRIDAY and wars. It is like the oceans and contrary winds filled with
growth designed to bring cities and states closer together. The 12:05 U.S. Naval fears and anxieties. But like the Christian mariner, who looks
fact they are different Immediately dawns on the serviceman--par- p.m. Hospital unto Jesus Christ, the Son of God, we can find here and now In
ticularly If he has not travelled upon them before. SATURDAY a distinct relationship with God that there Is a Captain of our salva-
Old hazards are There are no crossings. Grades are gentle.
gone. 9:00 St. Edward's tion, an anchorage both steadfast and certain.
Sight distance Is almost unlimited. Lanes are divided. There are no The surest way forward morally and socially Is to look unto the
pedestrians. Speeds are higher. Rules are different. Lord, who will have mercy upon us, and to our God who will abun-
Automobiles must be In top condition to venture on these new high- dantly pardon.
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
ways. There are no gasoline stations at every corner-no stoppingfor Masses "0 God, our help In ages past,
photographs or turning back when miss an exit
scenery--no you
Our for
Catechism Classes Grade School hope years to come,
ramp. Tickets are Issued for driving too slow. The pace set by the : Our shelter from the stormy blast,
majority Is the safe speed, even If it Is faster or slower than you SATURDAY And our eternal home."
like. The slow-poke Is as dangerous as the speeder. He breeds risky
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities
passing.Yes 722 $200,000 Fire
the serviceman's automobile must be ready to meet the high building ,
test of excellence demanded by these super roads.So must the serviceman (Continued From Page 1))
and his family. Signs must be read--exit lanes known well In Traffic of the blaze..
advance. Speed must be maintained until the deceleration lane is
.. An Is
reached. Then It must be slowed quickly--very quickly--because Investigation underway
to determine the
even 45 m.p.h. is too much for the ramps. ViolationsThe the fire. exact cause of Y MM1y
The old rule of one car length for each 10 m.p.h. of speed is not
enough. It must be doubled. Second guesses don't hold up on super- following Is a report of Station Fire Chief, D.R. Moran -
highways. There Is no room for fatigue, either. Rest areas about motor vehicle accidents and traf- said, "The fire had reached -
every hundred miles should be used. fic violations for the period May advanced proportions before
So for the serviceman who wants his planned trip to end happily, 9 through May 15. the fire department arrived."
there Is little choice If superhighways are Involved. The family car Number of AccidentsThis In praise of the firemen added,
must be In excellent condition--and the driver also. (AFPS) "An excellent coordinated effort
Club Week May 9 through May by the firefighting crews s the a
CPO 15 . . . 5 only thing that prevented the en-
(Continued From Page 1)) Total Accidents this year through tire loss of the building and a DESTROYED REMAINS of the

What remains of the old club All salvagable club equipmentwill May 15 . . 93 possible spread to the CPO bar- CPO Club.
structure (building 705)) will be be removed from the old Number of Accidents through racks which are only 50 feet
torn down In the near future.A structure and used in the tem- May, 1965 .104 away." FRA Schedules
demolition contract will be porary quarters. Number of days since last Injury Damages to the 25 year old
awarded in the next several weeks Although no opening date has In motor vehicle accident.. 116 structure were estimated at 200
for the destruction of a number been announced, the Advisory Number of ViolationsThis hundred thousand dollars, includ- Memorial DayObservances
of buildings about the Naval Air Board said that they hope to have ing the furnishings which were
.Station and Building 705 will the club back In operation as Week. . . .43 Insured. Storage and office space
be Included In this contract soon as possible, Speeding. . . 7 In the building sustained only
Reckless Driving. . ?3 smoke and water damage On Sunday, May 23, the Fleet
Going through stop sign. .2 Reserve Association, Branch and
Other Violations. . .31 Unit 91, Jacksonville, Is planningan
1 =: observance of Memorial Day
Twenty drivers appeared before l "' 4 Services In honor of deceased U.
the Traffic Hearing oard at S. Navy and Marine Corps personneL -
the meeting held on 18.
The JAX AIR NEWS is Civilian
a Enterprise Newspaper
Disposition of the cases Includethe Services
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, The FRA Memorial
following lost
: Eight
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a and parking privileges aboard driving the will take place at the NAS Salut-
private firm. All submitted for ing Battery Site. Three volleys
Copy use in the JAX AIR stations for various
periods. Five
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, were assigned to complete six- from a firing squad and "Taps
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before hour course In remedial will be held. This observance
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- at the Jacksonville Police driving Aca- follows services at the All-Saints
EV 9-7711 Chapel Jacksonville, at 11:00
Telephone Ext. 8162. demy. Twelve ,
were given
sus- one
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning P.M., lasting approximately
pended penalties. Two
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing Three given hour. Flowers will also be flown
cases were dismissed -
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida- Five were fined. Two to sea by helicopter and of
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. over the water in memory
were to
Commanding lives
I their
Servicemen who
Officers for possible disciplinary
VOL. 23 NO: 10 MAY 20, 1965 action. In the service of our country.

Eleven drivers were assesseda All military personnel and
total of 48 Traffic Points. the BLAZE CPO shootsfromthis rooftop of their dependents are invited to
Club. attend both services.




l: The young girl assured her How does it happen that nature, r

Defense Seeks 735.6 MillionMilitary Hafner Sets 'RA5C parents that she and her boy so wonderful In other ways,didn't
friend were only half serious
j design women' with feet to fit,
9 about getting married: "I am -- their shoes? -- Henry J. Taylor,
Housing Program Record At SanfordLCdr he's not," she explained. The Big Man (Random House.)

Family. Wkly.
: George C. Hafner from '
Washington (AFPS) -- The Department of Defense Is requesting NAS lax) Overhaul and Repair -
J 735.6 million for the FTT66 Military Family Housing Program, Including Department established
new record
authorization for 12,500 new units and 600 trailer court atSanford's Naval Air Maintenance MONEY rniAT 1 .
i DOD family _housing needs were presented to a Senate Armed RA5C System Training: Familarlzatlon Detachment '
services committee loon j. 25 to 600
l by
course with a mark of 98.25, the
$, Reed Deputy Assistant Secretary Submergence [
Cralt highest grade recorded since this
of Defense (Family Hous-.. course was established In 1960. ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

I fDg). Developed By AEC LCdr Hafher reported to C&R Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

Defense from Carrier Air Croup Threein how much you want. Pick up the cash at your ,
revealed .
testimony Washington> (AFPS) A nu- I convenience.
November 1963 and has Same-day service.
f' that new housing Is needed in clear-powered sea vehicle ableto serv-
ed here
as test pilot for all
i almost 60 service-wide areas.A- 1 explore greater ocean depths versions of A3 and F6A air 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
it mong the hardest hit in each seri i than any existing system Is being craft.
' vice are Ft. Bennlng, Ga., with i developed by the Navy and He reported for You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.
1. a current deficit of 8,155 units; Atomic Energy Commission.The temporary duty
Naval Air Station Norfolk to RVAH-3 In Sanford In March, $ 84.33 $ 5.00 355.79 21.00'I
t Va., deep submergence vessel of this The $
'; '1,'750 and Boiling AFB, Districtof i Is expected to operate over an him TAD year. squadron sent 151.80 .QO 427.51 25.00
to the RA5C FamI- .
I< Columbiai,08L which lasted
the size of the United States, 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALjk
The request for trailer court in, official said. approximately three weeks. Dur-
'J i. ing the remaining two weeks, he
spaces, 200 Navy and 400 Air include
Existing deep submergence vehicles payments interest.
;:' Force, is required in areas where attended squadron ]lectures and
j such as the Navy's deep- 'flew the ASA.Carrier .
' trailer house
military owners are
(diving bathyscape Trieste, all
aviation Cm
unable find has been LCdrHafner's
to adequate community
j have limitations. The Trieste, ,
facilities the Secretary work since 1948. All
aid. The current fiscal year re- for example, can operate on the' his sea duty has been aboard 241 West Forsyth St. Diol'35 -0735

quest Is at about the same level ,(ocean of bottom hours for only a maximum flattops where he has accumulated 5256 Beach Boulevard Oral; 359-2895 1 I
six at a one knot 330
as the past few years, Mr. Reed speed, the official said. landings. {
explained, noting that the law-
makers have not supported the ri.aal. aar >
total request during this time
because of valid reasons from ..,
'. their point of view.

Past Congressional support
has generated a current inven-
tory of 338,000 units of public :

,t, quarters, the Secretary said,explaining -
this has done much to ,
,; Improve living conditions of military -
_, career families.In y CIOAA

t In surveying family needs, d
DOD attempts to utilize the com-
munity to the fullest e:ent possible

Mr. Reed said. "In fact, You can't afford
we prefer that the greater por- say you a Chrysler.9Make
tion of our people live In the

community.This .

community reliance Is V-8 Engine Base Difference
Make Wheelbase Cubic Inch Monthly
I subject to several necessary exceptions Length DIsplacement| Payments perMonth y
he said,pointing out that .
CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124218.2' 383 $65.67 .
personnel must live on
base because of military respon- FORD GALAXIE 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 $6.73

sibility; there Is little or no CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 213.1 283 58.94 6.73
community support In some remote -
: OLDS F-85 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 59.26 6.41 .
areas; and sometimes the
quality, location or cost of community BUICK SPECIAL SKYLARK .115 203.4 300 58.65 7.02

'r facilities creates a distinct BASIS OF COMPARISON-All models are 2-door hardtops equipped with V-8 engine,automatic trans-
,: hardship. mission, power steering, power brakes radio and heater. Monthly payments have been computed on
l manufacturer's suggested rejail price one-third down and 36 monthly payments. Not Induded are
, the extras you pay for on practically any new car: whitewall tires, deluxe wheel covers. destination .
Community surveys also take charges, state and local taxes,interest, insurance and licensing fees.
p, Into account only vacant rental
: housing available to military.
"We do not believe that the military -

: family, which Is subject to .
the call of their government for Now what's holding you back

reassignment every two or three
years, should be required to assume -

," Mr.the risks Reed stated.of home ownership See us. We deliver !



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Are Needed At .

I : Outdoor PoolsThe : 9y r '

a summer season Is again
with us and with summer comes
soaring temperatures. For many
: of us, after a hot day In the of flee, i
t/ r 1 a 4gletyf. s xaG there's nothing like a refreshing
swim In one of the four Special
Y Services outdoor pools to com-
WANTED: The response on the call for lifeguards for bat the heat.
the NAS lax pools has been low, so to attract more attention to But If you've gone to your
rthe situation, Terry Boyle, SN, displays the wanted poster. favorite pool Instead of coming 'd
away refreshed you've probablycome
I I II II I away disappointed and per
I haps even a little angry. The
-SpecialServices outdoor
pools are closed.In NARTU FAMILY CRUISES TOGETHER Kearney Rhodes, A01,
order to operate the four is not sure he'll fit in his daughter's car. However, the least his
i f outdoor pools Special Services daughter, Sandra, YN3, (seated left), and his wife, Dorothy, YN1,
must have 22 lifeguards. So can do is carry his bag to the aircraft taking the family to Willow
far, there are only seven men Grove, Pa. The Rhodes family are all members of NARTU Jax's
C..1.T. knows qualified to do the job, and these VS-743. The squadron left for its annual two weeks of active duty
seven men are needed to operatethe May 16.Kenneth.
Indoor pool. So, before you
can swim In the sun, the addi- Spence
tional lifeguards must be found.
that What does it take to be a lifeguard Sets High MarkCECIL
youdon't ???? Well, If you can swim,
and receive permission from FIELD Kenneth C.
your division to be released for Spence, HM1, was awarded a
this duty then basically you certificate of satisfactory com-
enjoy qualify. A Senior Lifesaving Cer- pletion of a four week medical
tificate is beneficial, but not nec- course in Disease Vector and
essary.If Pest Control Technology at NAS
you are Interested inbecom-
a lifeguard why not call
Ing Jax.Spence
recorded the '
borrowing Special Services or contact your I ,.
division officer for further mark for anyone ever taking this ..t.i .

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Weight Watchers

Dieting Activities Can Be Pleasant. . ONLYNO

Food appeals to everyone I Not There are a number of diets Light evening eating is sug-
all of us like the same foods, which are recommended for
gested for the dieter. Sleep does
but we will agree that we liketo weight loss. Perhaps the most not burn up calories. The fullest, COST + 10 %
eat. Just like most other well known is the Mayo diet. richest meal should be eaten
pleasant activities, eating has This provides the dieter with early In the day so that daily

some disadvantages. For most three to four good meals per exercises can help break down ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK. EVERYTHING MARKEDFRI.
people, excessive eating of many week; it utilizes high protein the fats and carbohydrates.If .
foods causes problems of over- foods and eliminates carbohydrates & SAT. SUN. & MON.
weight.The. from the diet. If a person a problem arises with excessive TIL 9 E-Z TERMS TIL| 9
best way to keep from becoming familiarizes himself with the cal weight, the weight clinic
overwlght Is to exercise oric content In foods, then it is may serve to help. However,
your will power and arm muscles possible to lose weight by diet- If those upper arm muscles are CO.NEW .
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t Job Hunting Civil Service Civil Service Position ClassificationMay

Requlre$ MorePreparedness Announces EmploymentRestrictions

Exam OpeningAn Be Your Problem. .

examination for Card Punch -
Summer vacation is just around Operator, GS-3, with a starting Recent regulations issued by Differences of opinion exist oc- salary rates to equal those or
the corner. After,I long but: fun the U.S. Civil Service Commis-
of $4005 is
salary per annum casionally between position private employment on a locality
filled scHool. year, thousands of now available to qualified per- sion prohibit the summer em- classifiers and operating offi- basis. An attempt to do so by
students will be looking Some for that sonnel. Applicants must have ployment by the Navy of anyone cials because of the grade at adjusting grade levels In a given
Important summer.i Job. either 6 months of whose mother or father is eithera
will be their first crackat general ex- which a position Is classified. area destroys grade alignment
taking iperience' Ue. civilian employee of the Navy Is between activities.'
the world of full ; progressively re- One reason for the difference
competitive. \sponslble] machine operation or is a member of the uniformed that classifiers compare duties When position descriptions are
time employment.When clerical, or other office experience service of the Navy (Officeror performed, and responsibilitiesof written by copying parts of the
you go You job will hunting not, be go In which potential abil- Enlisted). For this purpose, position with the Civil Ser standards or other posltlonde'scrlptlons -
fully\ prepared. ity to work at the grade level summer employment means any vice Commission's published ,, ,.there .are, usually
unless have
social prepared card you with your of the position has been demon- temporary employment which begins standards and with other related points of disagreement between
security you. strated and 6 months of actual (entrance on duty) duringthe material, and base their actionson classifiers and supervisors. In
If you have never had a SocialSecurity card punch experience; OR one .. period from May 1, 1965 the principle of equal pay for addition to,duties assigned, positions
Card, you may get one academic year of business or .. through September 30, 1965. substantially equal work. Supervisors are classified by reference
at the Social.! Security office, In < These restrictions apply to appointments -
secretarial school or junior:col l- may consider the em- to organization charts,
Jacksonville, or your nearest lege. ALL applicants must passan made from CivIlSer- ployee rather than the position, functional statements, and per-
branch post office can supply you appropriate written test. Applications vice registers, as well as to appointments and to the Individual for sonnel listings, as well as such
try pay
can application for a social security may be filled directly not made from regis- exceptional performance by attempting other related material as audit
card. with the Board of U.S. Civil ters. They apply to appointmentsto to upgrade the position.The notes and reports of significant -
Service Examiners. all types of summer employment Performance Rating Act classification actions taken
such as the Summer Work by the Civil Service Commis-
and Incentive Awards Program
SEGRAVES SERVICE. CENTER Program for engineering stu- provide methods for recognizing sion. The classification Is basedon
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of opinion also does not ensure a particular
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- work, or between graded and un- a, supervisor delegatesto
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I If YaAsh lJs Horseback d

The Secretary of the Navy has It would be alright If I extend

asked men due to be dischargedsoon and they send me to Viet Nam, Set At NAS
to extend their enlistmentto but I would probably stay right
ease critical personnel
You're out on the green,sizingup CARWASH
shortages. As a shorttimer, will R. Mulder LTJR "My relief
the distance to the next hole.
this have ,
request any effecton is on board, "
your plans to leave military You start your swing but half way OPEN
service? and I'm pres- through your eye catches an MONDAY-SATURDAY 8130: AM-6JPM:

This statement and questionwas ently 13th month in of my a : p. unusual sight coming out of the SUNDAY 8:30: AM 1:30 PM
wooded area bordering the golf
presented to various NAS, former extension .. r LOCATED IN TilE ROOSEVELT MALL SIIOPPING CENTER.ON
Jax personnel last week whose I have job 'f4 course. For what to your won ROOSEVELT BLVD
service enlistment is due to expire dering eyes should appear but
offers awaiting ___ :
within the future.When '.' ... *: 1' several people on horseback.
near and alllhaveto --- < Does a bustling naval activity EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
"shorttimers" were askedas Mulder
do is If I
go. such have
as an Army
to their plans in relation to were to extend for a year I onboard AUTO WAX APPLIED
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barracks offers
however I a'
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thinking extending would extend I i
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L._ H Maintenance Men Move Mature Magnolias ,.; 1:1 1\!\

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Woodman- .spare that free! j \
Touch not a single bough.In straining, and crane motors to its new home In front of the I II I
youth it sheltered me roaring, 55 tons of roots, soil, Admin building.
And I'll' protect it now.George branches and leaves began to Several days later, the second S
___________ Pope Morris rise slowly from the ground. tree was moved in aslmllar man-
Bystanders watched in awe the ner. Experience gained during
Perhaps these words affected the decision Navy officials made spectacle of a 30-year old, 40- 'the first moving job simplified

4 I last year when plans were approved at NAS J Jax for a new communications >i :' ;4f'tI1.' i1 '* ft. high magnolia tree rising the transplanting of the second
center. At that time It was decided that the new building slowly Into the air. After what tree. The most significant change
would] be erected In the rear of Bldg. 1.1 adjacent to the present L4P1Mr' seemed to be hours of nerve- made during the second operationwas
communications center. racking tension, the roots of the the replacing of the lowboy
-u ., However, two large magnoliatrees With digging completed the tree cleared the ground and for by a tank carrier borrowed from
of an unusual species grew Public Works personnel pruned the first time, daylight could be the Camp Bland ing National
1\\; -. __ on the site to be used for the the trees back their normal seen under the magnolia tree. Guard.
new building.* The most direct foliage to reduce evaporation. I An audible sign of relief was The trees have now had several -
course* of action would have beento Burlap was wrapped around the heard as the tree was gently months to take root in their
destroy the trees, but their limbs to prevent further eva- i lowered onto the lowboy which new location and all signs indicate -
majestic beauty caused officialsto poration. The trees while waiting had backed under the suspendedbase. that the lawn in (front of
think twice about their destruc- to be moved couldn't* be wat-- For Fred Eberstein, the Bldg. ###1 wiU be blessed with the HARDWARE used to move a magnolia tree.
tion.A. ered too heavily since the water 4 -_ man in charge of heavy equip- beauty of these additions. Sprinklers
suggestion was made that the would] have added considerable : ment aboard NAS Jax, however, providing a constant flow of
trees be moved to the front of weight to the already heavy, : = the tension was just beginning. water are expected to replace
building* one, thus preservingtheir bulky)' load to be moved. "I 1 thought the tires on the low- foliage lost In the pruning pro-
beauty. Naturally, this (It t was at this time men from boy were' going to blow," Mr. cess. Meanwhile, a few blossoms ; A-I
raised questions in many peo the Public Works Transportationsection Eberstein told Jax Air News.A and lots of buds adorn
PRETTY MAGNOUA blossoms. and pretty Brentfa{ Bennett can be ples'' minds. Could a mature entered the action along bulldozer positioned Itself the transplanted limbs. USED CARS '..
found of the transplanted. magnolia trees. magnolia tree, some 40 feet high, with their heavy equipment. A = '.- t %* behind the lowboy and together There are 'many people in the
be moved? bulldozer dug an incline from the _i i'U-,' ., the two machines Inched the mag-- Public Works Department who ,,
Mr. Edward Allen, an assistant edge of the lawn down to die base nolia ,tree from Its resting spot. undoubtedly take pride In die sight
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE county/ agricultural agent was of the trees. Driving down this 50 TONS.of! lifting power wasn't' enough.. A most fantastic sight it was, of these growing trees. After \
AND THE BEACHES consulted as were Navy forest- 1 incline the dozer pushed number that mature tree, towering forty the tremendous effort made by DUVAL MOTORS
ers Mr. L 1. D. Lamonde and Mr. of rails under each tree to pro feet Into the air rolling across Public Works men, any pride they
F. Bateman from NAS Cecil vide support during the ascent. <" the parking lot and down the street might feel Is quite justifiable.
rRmID Field. After comparing notes From this incline also, the bull- ,<", t'(' :: iJ : : : :

; and examining the situation they dozer shoved a heavy board which :r f j "1"' ;" "" ; : : '
agreed unanimously that with the had a blade-like edge under each .'<.'I''" '0""' >"',,%'; FRITZ equipment available on the Naval tree to cut the root system. This S 4
.) FARM AN Air Station the trees could be board also held! the undersection SS OFF ROOSEVELT
moved, although none of them of the tree's' base Intact when It "
Rot.CPO. .
could recall 30- ,
ever seeing a was lifted. ==== '1 1t
owner year old tree being transplanted Now the trees were ready to = t.
before. be lifted. The -- SPECIAL I
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The first step in the operationwas but Mother Nature, delayed the
to dig the trees up from the moving operations with the mild & N MILITARY FINANCING
TIRE CESPEED ground no small task in itself.In winter weather she sent to J Jack
Harold Parman Mayport -vLiI
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RACING SLICKS. CHROME 0 PIPES way, came back on t the job and ton cranes were moved in along := cyl. 4 dr., 6 pass.I V.8, auto t
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TACHOMETERS S &: FLOOR. SHIFTS dug another 1/3/ of the circum- with a huge crane of 50-ton cap- like.. vinyl trans., 'factory air, extra
ference, let the trees set for city. A lowboy flat bed truck new. sharp.
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COMING OUT of its former home' th magnolia tree :
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/ MAY 20, 1965, I

I Special! Show Scheduled BB Women's BBBMnnanHBBBBHHBnni Side HMBi i4''

For Beacon Club SundayCECIL ;,
( .

FIELD Sunday night dian who presents his act In many { Of the Story .t

the Las Vegas Review Is sche- different phases,from subtle type ( Shirt
duled to appear at this station's stories to comedy magic inwh1ch ., By
Beacon Club in a special per- everything blows up in his face.

formance. Garber also does impressions of call It an artful mixtureof Then there are those positive
Spotlighting the Review is Bob such singers as Bobby Darin and i patterns--op Art Is now strong (all white) and negativeallblack( )
Garber, a splendid young comeLEAN Johnny Ray, to name a few. it'i In the world fashion.Wild earrings. Big round sun glasses

And then there's the female i:1 fun clothes-- almost weird. Even framed In big black and white

< are supplies by Cherie French Cherie FrenchBEFORE wagon. Mens wear are showingties For those In the market for
YOUR CAR and Sandy Decker. Cherie is a printed on shirts and swea- an Op Painting you can choose
WITH YOU? vocalist and dancer. Sandy is ters. Shifts have necklaces,bugs, from a variety of subjects-a large -
For Financing And Insurance billed as a "Go-Go Girl" that YOU and canned soup printed on them. can opener and then the
Stateside And Overseas. Call' dances all the wild ones. All this Is basically attributedto companion piece the paintingof
I ,DYER. M. BURR London born and bred Brid- Campbells Soup.
Dance music for the night will BUY A
representingGOVERNMENT In March she exibi- ********
EMPLOYEES be played .by the Mark Castle get Riley.
ted "her" pop art paintings entitled -
FINANCE CORPORATION Band. Dancing begins at 8 and "The Responsive Eye".
I AND the show starts at 9. NEW OR USEDvw The big city Is still raving. Notes Of f Interest
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Other entertainment this week
unlike her explosive paintings -
INSURANCE COMPANY I and the Quite cock-
includes Bingo tonight regular Cecil Field A farewell
3615 Tlmuquana Rd 771-0321 Miss Riley Is a quite woman
dance on Friday. and buffet washeld
light party
of 34 and deeply Involved In her
of last week In
work. When In New York, Larry Saturday
of and Mrs. James
honor Capt.
Aldrich, a dress manufacturer,
bought one of Bridget's paintings.He Ferris.
then proceeded to have thousands VA-64- Mrs. Lofberg of Santa
RETIRING FROM SERVICE? SEE of yards of fabrics made Cruz Calif., mother of Mrs.
up In exact replica of the canvas. Thomas Watson, is visiting her
WESTSIDEJachsonuille's Needless to say this did not daughter and grandchildren In
please Miss Riley at all and this their Ortega Forest home.
J time she Is seeking protectionfor VA12Friday of last week Mrs.

You can earn Authorized Dealer future paintings under English James Whyte, wife of the Com-
Newest law..posstbly International Law. manding Officer, gave a desert
The word has spread like wild- coffee In her home. Mrs. Rob-
100% Mechanical Warranty
fire and even makeup artists are ert Borlet was welcomed Into
$10,000 a year or more (includes parts & labor) showing their collections of Op the squadron at that time.

Art. Black circles are paintedon VFP62Cmdr.. Claude Navar-
1960 VW Sedan $895 opal (Ircidescent) lids also rette held personnel Inspection
and own own 1962 VW Sedan $1195 black mascara with touches of Friday, May 14. Letters of com
your 1963 VW Sedan $1395 green at corners of the eye. mendation were presented to Lt.
1963 VW Sedan air $1495 Polka dots are popping up In J. Battenburg,Chief Goodman and
1963 KARMANN GHIA $1695 everything and everywhere. Chief Hassinger.
business! 1964 VW Sedan $1545 r ._q
i 11964, VW Sun Roof $1595
1963 Delux Sta. Wagon $1595
1962 Delux Sta. Wagon $1395
Ever thought how good it would be to own your own businessand Domestics I

profit by your own efforts and decisions? 1963 FALCON $1295

4 dr., auto/trans., R&H. t ,.
You can do just that with a Texaco Dealership. Asa 1957 FORD $295

Stand shift.
Texaco Dealer, you're in business for yourself with

every prospect of a better-than-average income. Many SEE US NOW

Texaco Dealers make $10,000 or more a year. OVERSEASDELIVERY

Previous service-station experience is not necessary.
\: it::
.. 1 a
Texaco trains you with a 4-week paid training program
WESTSIDEThe REPRESENTATIVES OF THE Cecil Field Officers Wives Club present
Texaco backs a check for $400.00 to the Station Librarian for the purchase
and specialized on-the-job training. you
Friendly DealerVOLKSWAGEN of children's books. This is the second year that the O'Wives have

up right from the start with merchandising help, with INC. made a very generous contribution to the library. (L. to R.) Mrs.E. .
1150 SO. LANE AVE. J. Fischer, Welfare Chairman; Mrs. B. A. Nystrom, President,
promotions that bring in customers. and Mrs. C. L. Arnold, Station Librarian.
384-3441 Other contributions made this year by the CFOWC are: 200.00

You'll be surprised at how small an Investment It takesto Closed to Sunland in Gainesville; $100.00 to theJuvenileShelter; 100.00
Open to the Timaquana School for retarded; 100.00 to the Speech and

secure a Texaco Dealership. Financial assistance Is Evenings Sundays Hearing Center in Jacksonville; and $100.00 to the Pinecastle
retarded Home

available if needed.

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Movies NAS Pumpkin Sunday Eater, May23 Ann Ban- Club Schedules"O"

crpft James Mason
>vies will be shown regular7 NATTC How to Murder Your CLUB Music this Fri- ,

p.m. Monday through Sat- Wife Jack Lemmon. Virna day night will be provided by ,

Y LIsl John Arnold and the SophistaKats ,
OTC will have two feature Hospital 633 Squadron Cliff will entertain I
on Saturday.
2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on ; Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Robertson Chikiris
George For those who life dish
a foreign ,
days and Sundays. The Hos- Cecil Father Goose 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
in when the
Cary stop on Tuesday
later than for
Tuesday publication the following Thursday.
will have one feature
on Grant and Leslie
Caron will be Mexican. Fried
7 specialty Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
ay's NAS at theatre p.m.he will thee Monday, May 24 Chicken all you can eat every following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
Wednesday. Happy Hour is at A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be .
\ except for the evening fea- NAS Strange BedfellowsRock .
received WITH,the copy for the ad I .
: which will begin at 7:30p.m. Hudson, Gina CPO CLUB -
Lollobrlgida Temporarily out DO NOT SEND CASH: tf ; "
se are subject: to change. NATTC Pumpkin Eater Ann of business. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . ; .,. .;..,+K' ., .$$2,00Per

Thursday, May 20 Bancraft, James Mason ACEY-DUCEY The Acey- additional line ((4 words per line). . .0.50
Hospital How to Murder Your Ducey Club offers music by Mark
Wife -J ad Lemmon Virna Castle this Friday and March
36 Hours James Gar- ass ns .
Rod LIsl Wilson and Red Coats will entertain -
r, Taylor
Cecil 36 Hours James Gar-
on Saturday and Sunday.
PC Father Goose Gary
[rant, Leslie Caron, ner, Rod Taylor and Eva Marie If you like bingo drop, in-Tues ',FURN,"'APT' DOWNTN Jax 3 1961 FALCON 2 tone, 4 dr,

pital Witchcraft Lon Saint days at 7:30 p.m.BLUEJACKETS. rms. best barg In city for couple R&H, WN. $750.. or best offer, ;.
INNDancingthis $12.50 wk pi utiL 388-9886. Ext. 336-311 or 438 till 1600
haney, Diaima Claire_ Tuesday, May 25
Friday and Saturday will be 659 after 1600.
[\\1 Lilith Warren Beattynd
NAS Horror of It All Pat to Carl Boyd. The Avalons will

Jean Seberg. Boone, Erica Rogers entertain on Sunday. Every 1 Monday HOME FOR SALE No closingcost. APT FOR RENT: 4 or 5 rooms,

Friday, May 21 NATTC Strange Bedfellows patrons can get 2 pizzas for $ zero to $100 Dn Many; elec kit equip, the ba, Ige storagearea.
Rock Hudson, Gina Lollo- the price of 1, and on Wednes- all areas. Timmerman Rlty, 2230 Riverside EV 87476.
JS 633 Squadron Cliff brtgida day bingo is featured. BKR. 771-2792 or 771-186L
obertson, George Chikiris Hospital Pumpkin Eater Ann FURN APTS nice 1 & 2 BR
TTC 36 Hours James Baneraft, James Mason Any speaker who's a sport Apts on & near river Conv. to
jarner, Rod Taylor Cecil 633 Will do his best to keep it short NAS 387-4669.
Squaaron Cliff FURN APT ORTEGA ,SECT -
spital Father, Goose Cary Robertson He'll save his listeners pain and
andGeorgeChaktris fac river, 15 min, from NAS 1 '
Leslie BOAT FOR SALE 16 ft. Pan'scraft -
.rant, Caron grief, adult only. $25 wk inch utiL
ell Apache Rifles Audle If only he will make It brief.Toastmasters. & 35 horse Evinrude. being
Wednesday 26 phone 3889886.
Murphy and Michael Dante May transferred, reasonable call 388-

22S The 2nd teacher her 1235.
Saturday, May grade saw
NAS Cross the
Ferry Mercv-
How to Murder Your pupils were curious about the envelope FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5
Gerry and the _Pacemakers- FOR SALE 23 Foot 1959
I Wife Jack Lemmon, Virna : the school secretary had ml. west of Yulee, 2 mL So. Ly-
Pat Boone, Erica Rogers man Skiff, 135 HP, Grey Ma-
Lisi given her. "That's my pay A-1-A at Boggy Creek, four
ATTC 633 Squadron Cliff Hospital Strange Bedfellows- check," she said. existing bldgs, launching ramp, rine, Sleeps 2, toilet Excel-
Rock Hudson Gina lent Phone
condition 200000.
Robertson, George Chikiris "Why, Miss Johnson," replied approx. 1 1/2 acres on water,
brigida EV 9-7711
ospital 36 Hours James .one girl "I didn't know you As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor ext. 402-
Garner, Rod Taylor Cecil How\ to Murder Your worked anywhere." suitable tenent. EL 4-0192
:ecll Witchcraft Lon Chan- Wife Jack Lemmon, Viral Mississippi Educational day or night FOR RENT Avondale 2 Bed
ey and Diana Clare List Advance Turn apt EV 9-2587 (after

... 6 EV 9-5949.)

FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
NAS $50. down, $50 month. GTO FOR SALE: 1964, dk blue,

.. Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- white int., alt R&H. air, excel

-4.-W.,.-_ to. I.... .- 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. cond. 3985035. 1

2 SEWING MACHINES 2 1965 thru life saving ,private pool.

DIAL 0 MATIC, Zigzags that Orange Park, qualified instruc-
have never been used. They tors. 10 lessons $15.00 EV 8-

were Mother's Day layawaysnever 4360.
A picked up; customers left
area. We are unable to locate
them. You can have these ma- FOR SALE 14 ft. Decraft 35
chines for the baL $47.50 cashor HP Evinrude motor. Phone 387-
terms. Will take older ma- 1164 after 5:30.
chine in trade. Phone 353-

1946. Will deliver, no obligation
A-1 Sewing Machine Co. FOR SALE 8 month old match-

ing sofa and chair, coffee table,

9 X 12 rug, 8X8 book case,
REAL ESTATE: Information on Call 7717916.

sales, purchases, equities, ren-
tals or FHA VA homes. Call

Walter T.BowenUSN Rtd. Char- HOME FOR SALE Ortega Hills

ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or 5 min from NAS, 3 BDR. 11/2
v 387-2851 at night BA, newly painted interior EV 9-
00o clean, good tires, good machanl- 1958 Ply Conv., V8, R&H, PWR,
cal shape. Call 771-2906. STR & BRA, Auto Trans, $250.00Lt.
Weiss Ext.436.

FOR SALE: 1960 Ford Falrline
FOR SALE Gator Bone Lake
on 6 cyL, at $450.00 also 14 ft.
all year round, 4 BRC/B house,
NO RED TAPE JUST GREEN CASH complt, furn, Built in elec kit, traller/35hp Evinrude ELCPin
new cond.Ltjg'R.P.( Luke

Tell us how much you need and when you need it. Call fora ext 498/8402.

and secret) appointment to apply for FOR SALE Vacuum cleaner, FOR RENT: UNFURN 3 Br.
personal ( top your
two rural mail boxes, console House Orange Park kit. equip,
loan. You'll be surprised how low your payments will be. coffee tables adapted for FM and AIC opp. $90., 264-6884-
Stero 388-6250.

FOR RENT: 2 Br. Apt. Orange
Loans To $600 Park, kit. equip., A/C furs or

Murry Hill Section unfurn. 264-6884.

No Qualifying $100.00 down GRAND OPENING PRICES:
when need cash
lifesaver you $62.00 month. Move in today. plus discount to service personnel -

CB 2 BR, nice lot, close to portables & consoles avail-
:,, .... schools and churches. Located able prices from $39.95, call
34 Wet Duval St. 215 Lynch Building' near a large park and recreationarea. 768-3921 Duval Sewing Center,

Telephone Elgin 6.3311 Telephone Elgin 6.1251 See 3228 Plum Street Call 8670 Lem Turner Rd.,. 9-5:30
Phil Black 359-2804. Mon. thru Sat.


Institute course Is a form called -
Plneclstle School For Retarded x'11 MCI student's course com-
I ments. Since the majority of

10 Hold Carnival This Saturday JAX MARINESBy technical errors In courses are
detected by students, a space Is
The Pinecastle School for retarded Jacksonville, the school gains a provided on the form for listing
children will hold its 11th large portion of its operating administrative
these errors. Additionally, -
annual Bar B Q Carnival on the funds from the annual festivi- solicited
comments are -
school grounds this Saturday ties.Tickets to aid MCI In Improving
evening from 4 to 9 p.m. at for meals may be purchased GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC service to Its students. MCI
4911 Spring Park Road on the by adults for $1.50 and
has requested that all students
NAS Ext. 400
Southside of Jacksonville. $.75 for children. and
carefully complete return
The only school of its kind in RESERVE TRAINING Allfour held at Klnston, N.C., April this form.

units of Jacksonville's Marine 25. Team members participating
Air Reserve Training Detach- in this match were GySgt.Wesley GENERAL ASSIGNMENTS -

There are many reasons for buying a home. ment will receive summer train- Fox, SSgt. Elhanan] Pennlngton The Commandant announced last
ing from July 25 to Aug. 7. Sgt. Willie O. Newson and Sgt. week that MajGen. William T,
Stubblefield. The Detachment Falrbourn will be detached as
The jet attack squadrons, VMA- James A.
This home exemplifies the most important. 142 and 144, and Marine Air Re- team took two of three Commanding General of the First
in the sharpshooter Marine Division In July, and will
serve Group 14 will fly to Yuma, 1st places
Arizona, for aerial weapons division by winning top trophyin report to Washington for duty
PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP in training and inflight refueling, .45 and Center Fire. Individually with the Staff of the Joint Chiefs.

both day and night. During their SSgt. Pennington won 19 MajGen. Lewis J. Fields, pre-
BELLAIR second week, the Jets will also 1st places and Sgt. Newson took sently Director of Personnel at
do some close-air-support work 17. GySgt. Fox Is now on tem- HQMC, will take over the First

,..,'. .. IJIf. ,...d,, ... .,.. .f.. ....:. ." for a Reserve ground unit train- porary duty to participate In the Division in August. Gen. Field's]
: $>
.r :<< "
"' (,;> .1'>' ::! ::: .s- J. ; be announced
01" "' : Wf., 7 X" 'X' i. relief will at a
t at Marine Corps Base, Marine Corps Eastern Division
tFf ing
:)1't1- (: ; : .rf. !! ;v'fffi\f.. \, { ti 5'
:: i'q. : ; '1't ,1 ';ff. Twentynlne Palms, Calif. The Matches, Camp Lejeune, N. C. later date.

.IQ: ''ii 1 f 1 f,:, i, ('r.< ;Ii:" .;.. ;fk<}<. ,. 1r. <" '.'1; ;: ?. ,I' J 1 helicopter squadron, HMM-765, These matches will get underw ayMcn1ay. JUMPERS- Marine Corps
rtw:;> > fi{ ; *.i'i+ f'k't\' ;::1ftifl&i1 t>,>-:';'ttf.: {''}:,,>i1 will report to MCAF Santa Anna hastily organized a parachuteteam
Ii.i. : ;ii t.i< it r: : *i'y, \ : : : > .i Calif.:, for training which will MERITIOUSMASTGySgt.. early this year at El Toro,
.H"t include four aboard the Michael P. Mastroberti was Calif. and became the first
p'ZS+; ) ':'f A t .4 i {f"j' 't : ;;,f <,, .A. days. USS ,
1 j., ;".: ; ., ..n" Valley Forge awarded a meritorious mast last United States Team to win a major
COMMUNIQUE The Pfc. at week by LtCoL Lloyd B. Doch- International parachute meet.
: ):,'ff. .'ItJ Aviation Electrician School lifteda terman, CO, Marine Air Reserve The Leathernecks jumped to victory -
'<:' ""'J. ,.:... q pen and piece of paper from his Training Detachment. The mast over the highly favored
locker box and reflected for a was for outstanding performanceof French team at the Second International -

moment. "Dear Mom,"he wrote, duty in a variety of jobs, ranging Military Sports Council -
"Last Saturday morning,this doll from Hanger Chief to Asst. (CISM) competition.
of a waitress looked down her Maintenance Chief and Quality
nose at me and told me the day Control Inspector. LtCoLDoch- NEW SERGEANT MAJOR i
she went to the beach in my old terman cited GySgt. Mastro- Herbert J. Sweet has beennamed I
it would be berti's interest to succeed SgtMaj. Thomas J. '
jalopy, really some- ability, energy,
thing to write home to mother professional competence and outstanding McHugh as Sergeant Major of the

about. How are things at home, technical skill which Marine Corps. SgtMaj. Sweet's.
Mom?" contributed immeasurably to the selection was announced last

The Bellair*Retirement home of Mr. A. T. Hall. R EUNIONS-The three-day annual safe and successful operation of month by Gen. WallaceM.Greene
reunion of the 4th Marine the Reserve Training Detach- Jr., Commandant of the Marine

Division is slated to begin June ment and the four attached reserve Corps. SgtMaj. Sweet Is the
3 and 4 bedroom homes $11,000 to $13,000. 24 at the Warwick Hotel In Phil units.COURE. fourth Marine to be named to the
adelphia. Association membersand COMMENTS included senior enlisted billet since it was
former members of the 4th with each Marine Corps established In 1957. He will
Join the Proud Ones Be Bellalr Marine Division desiring addi- replace SgtMaj. McHugh this II

tional information can write to summer. The outgoing sergeant
South on Blanding Blvd., LEFT on Blairmore Ralph Most, c/o 4th Marine DIvision major's assignment will be announced I
later date.A .
at a
Assn., P.CX Box 94,Wald- I
veteran of the Bougainville,
wick. N. J.
.v Guam and Iwo Jima
Members of the First Marine
r Division Assn.will meet in Wash- r,. during World War II, SgtMaj.
Sweet was awarded the Bronze
ington D. C., on August 5, 6 and
w Star Medal
en 7 for this year's convention according f with Combat"V"
for exposing himself
to the association news-
.ca paper, "The Old Breed News." to enemy fire
-. Reunion headquarters will be theSheratonPark on Iwo Jima
in order to t
Hotel, which pro-
52 vides free parking for guests, rescue his f .n
according to the announcement. wounded company -
!.i Members of the association and comman ;
5.c former members of the First Marine der, two other < -
Division Marines and a
can obtain additional -
information by writing to the \.- Corpsman. '
: ; 1st Marine Division Assn., Inc., THE WORD Frank Sutton,
Q P. O. Box 84, Alexandria, Va., "GySgf. Gorier of the "Comer
E. Q 22313. Pyle, USMC" TV series, is cut in
.c on the latest by Force
rnD. WINNERS- Aviation Detachment -
Troops SgtMaj. A. L. Bushlow at
Pistol Team
Q Twentynine Palms, Calif during
Inca honors by winning two first basketball awards presentation'
'CICD place trophies at the South Atlantic ceremonies held there last
ca Pistol Championship Matches
month.MONTHLY .

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urns Rolls

'00 Series At flltlltlliri.I

[AS Jax Lanes I a rFuPf

A record was set In the new NAS Jax Miskec Wins I ;

JAS Bowling Alley Wednesday, q
[lay 12, when the highest aver- VarsitySchedule
|ge In a series was bowled by All NavyTournament
lill Bums, AMHC. His high
[cries was a 708.
Burns bowled a 208, a 279,
hick is the highest game bowleda The Florida and!Georgia Inter-
set at the new lanes, and service Conference which met
221. recently, with F. R. MacCaffery, Barbara Miskec, DK3, won the
lie will receive a "700" patch NAS Athletic Director, presidingas All-Navy Women's Bowling
rom the American Bowling Congress president, posted the scheduleof Tournament, held this year In
and a patch for bowling the Interservice Softball Bainbridge, Md. _
JlOO pins over his average. He games. The games that Involve Miskec was one of five Wavesthat
[will also receive a Bupers tro- Jax Navy are as follows: represented NAS J we In the ALL NAVY winner Barbara Miskec, DK3, (C),, Ltjg(( ) J. G. Sharkey,
for bowling the 700 series Southeast Regionals In Charleston CI&E Officer, (Land) Ens.C.M.StevensR( ), Asit. Military Personnel
I phy in league play. Fri. May 28 S.C. As a winner in this Officer, look over the trophies that Miskec won at the All-Navy

j Burns Is attached to the Over- Jax vs. Glynco home competition, she became a mem- Bowling Tournament.
and ber of the South Atlantic team
haul Repair Departmenthere Fri. June 4 chain. NAS Service
[ at NAS and he bowls with that went to Bainbridge for the Although Miskec has been

the aiR team, Mix Masters.Bill Jax vs. Moody away All-Navy competition. bowling for several years this Wives BowlingHigh
Miskec who
works In the Navy was her first AU-Navycompetlt-
Fri. June 11 Finance Office, won the championship -
Jax vs. Robbins home with a final 30-game a- sets were turned In by
verage of 178. She also netted Lil Sadowski, 467, and lone Herman -
4 4p 19
Sat. June
464. High went to.
the high series trophy with a Every time you acquire a new I games
Romle Martin, 180, Claire Pear'
Jax vs. Hunter away six-game 1141 series totalIn Interest, even more, a new accomplishment -
spa 172 and lone Herman. 172.
Fri. June 25 addition to the All-Navy you Increase: your Hullabaloos 5-3
trophies, she was also awardeda power of life. No one who Is deeply -
Sax vs. Glynco away 3rd place trophy at the Southeast Interested In his subject can Fugitives 5-3
Fri. July 9 Reglonals. a watch given to long remain unhappy. The real Rogues 4-4
each team member and an All- pessimist Is one who has lost
Munsters 4-4
Jax vs. Moody home Navy Championship patch and key Interest. Saints 1-7

r W.'AER Washington (AFPSTwo International -

cials tries'will participation help military plan sports their In the coun-offi-1968 GOT THE "BOAT BUG"?

Summer Olympics, the Conseil
International du Sprot Militalre

(CISM) has announced. ... .
I Belgium Alr f Force Major
Raoul Mollett, CISM Secretary --
General was unanimously elect I
ed president of Belgium's Olym-
pic Committee at a government
General Assembly meeting.
Burns, AMHC Mexico's General Jose De
Jesus Clark Flores, chief of his
country's CISM delegation, will
\S be in charge of all preparations
at Mexico City, where the Olym-
pics will be held.
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BLDG. 39 BLDG. 26
ARE RUNNING A "SPECIAL SALE"ON tele. 384.4121 Tele. SP 1.3211
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MAY 20, 1965 S

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The results of the Intramural

Softball games played on May 10,
11 and 12th are as follows:
VW-4 10 Marines 5
VP-30 10 Comm. 3
Dlsp.[ 14 FAETU 6
VAP-62 17 Admin. 1
ON THE FIRING UNE Shooters got ready to fire at
TWO-VWEEl DRAG racing will be featured at the Thunderbolt Called In 5th Inning READY
Speedway, May 22nd with Joey Chitwood, Jr., and Al Gross at NARK 6 Hosp. 4 the NAS Pistol R.... whilo participating in the Sbdh Naval District
hold at NAS JAX recently.
the wheels of two Chevy Us. Also scheduled will be "Man against ComFairJax 6 MARTD 0 Rifle and Pistol Championship

Car" race between Forrest High School440 Relay Team and Supply 16 AIC Maint. 4
drivers from Saab of Jacksonville driving a Saab car. Tickets for NAMTG 6 679th 5OR NAS Jax Golf NAS Cecil
these events are now on sale at the NAS Special Services office. 4 VP-45 9
IM GolfStandings
The (2 tickets will sell for 135. Comm. 14 VW-4 4

DL p. 5 Weapons 4 IM StandingsThe
Tax Waves
Bowling Standings FAETU 26 Admin 10
.- called in 6th inningA Team W L
five in the Intramural
teams -
Standings for the Jax Waves Bavarians 30-18
Golf ]league are as follows VA-44 4 0-
Bowling teams are as follows: Pin Heads 18-30
I : 3 0
Tats 39-9 Strike Outs 12-36 mother was trying to cope AMD 3 0
Le Lagnappes 34-14 Alley Cats 11-37 with a crazy mixed-up kid. "I Team Won Lost Medical/Dental 31/2 1/2

I don't know"if he feels insecure," FAW-11 "A" 8 1 Weapons ##1 3 1
she told the school phychiatrist, FltWeaFac 6 3/2 11/2 Weapons ##2 3 1
"buy everyone In our neighborhood Hasp "A" 4 3/2 41/2 NAMTG 2 1
does. Admin 41/2 41/2 Fightln' Photo 1 2
FREE Machinist. VP-7 41/2 41/2 Gophers (VFP-62)) 1 2
VA-45 11/2 21/2

: Marines 0 4
Operations 0 4
Supply 0 4

BALLPOINTPEN -AftIEY' Shortly after reporting aboard
SHEAFFER my first submarine, I took my
maiden turn as diving officer,
DESK SETWITH LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO and the skipper put me through
my paces. The results were
ANY PURCHASE OF $19.95OR horrible. I couldn't stay at pro-
MORE. JUST OPEN OR RE-OPEN GO DISCOTHEQUE!, per depths and I had great difficulty -
YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT. controlling the large anglesthe
DANCING ship kept taking. It was one
UNTIL mistake after another. I was
ready to pack my bags as I approached -
t 2 AM the skipper for a criti-
OF 3 M os1 po@u aa 3909 BLANDING BLVD. que of my performance. But, to
YO CHOICE my surprise, he smiled and shook
DRIVE-IN SERVICE my hand warmly, saying,
"Haven't had this thrills
CASE LOTS AT COST + 10% many
since Coney Island," Then I felt
r tI something in my hand. It was a

quarter True.PUTT .

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4 dr. sedan, fully equipped with conditioning.. Re-
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64 CHRYSLER NEWPORT .... . . . $2975
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10 Ft. GE Refrig.
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21" Westinghouse Table 8 cu. Ft. Philco used 9 passanger Loaded, with factory air/conditioning, extra & AmateursOver
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Cecil, NAS Jax Place In -- --ti-T

Cecil IM

6 ND Wrestling Match

Four Wrestlers from Cecil Field failed to gain a berth In the South
\tlantlc Region Tournament but did total enough points to finish second
hind NAS Memphis In the Sixth Naval District tournament idil '

Cliff Craig of Jax won the Weapons 3 Marines 1
171 1/2 pound crown with an with 14, and Jax finished fourth : AMD 11 Public Works 1
odd twist. The Jax representlve with 10 points. VA-44 7 VF-1741
THREE POINTS TOWARDS VICTORY Bob McMullen of Memphisputs VA-44 2 VA-45
wrestled his way to a three Navy wrestling was a new experience
way tie with John Ayers of Memphis for Lombardo. In the the final hold of victory on Cecil Field's Rene Lombardo to Admin. 4 Supply 2
and Dick St. John of Glynco. Navy the competition Is free win the District 191 Ib. class crown. Bob Roop, former All-Army Weapons 10 AMD 9
The disclslon was referedto style. Lombardo has five yearsof wrestling champ, refereeing the match, signals three points for Mc Admin. 11 Public Works 6
the scales by the referees high school wrestling experience Mullen, as Lombardo's shoulder touches the mat. Supply 7 G.E.M.D.

with the weighing the least but this Is a different Softball Standings
declared champion. Craig weighed type.Opponents start for a standIng Varsity: Softball Begins .
In at 162 to be 'declared the position rather than In up- ; Station W L
winner down positions at the start of Tommorrow At Cecil FieldCecil Weapons S '6 1
Cecil Field's Dick Olden was each period. Lombardo also AND 4 2
pinned by John Kemling of Glynco pointed out that the scoring Is Field's varsity Softball The league Is comprised of Marines 3 2
for the 154 lb. class title. different than In high schooL team will began action In the eleven teams, six in Southern Supply 4 3
Terry Hudnett also of Cecil But Lombardo says he'll be Florida/Georgia Interservice Division and five In the Northern P. W. 3 4
Field lost out In the final seconds back next year for another try, League tomorrow night against Division. Admin. 3 4
of the first round 1711/2 pound and he hopes with more ex- Mayport Naval Station at 7 P.M. Both divisions will play a double G.E.M.D. 0 7
competition. Hudnett drew Craigas perience.Ens. on "B" Circle. round-robin schedule, with
his first opponent and droppedthe Charles Evans, from The team, under the coachingof double-headers at each meeting.A Fleet W L
opener In a fall by Craig. Special Services at Jax, Is plann- Bob Scruggs will soon find three out of five game play- VE-44 6 0VAl1
Rene Lombardo lost out In the ing for next year's tournament. out how rough the competitionIs off will be held between the two 5 2
191 pound class to Bob Me- It hopes to get sailors at the going to be. division champs at the end of VF-174 I 4 2
Mullen of Memphis when Mc- two bases together before the NAS Jacksonville will start regular play to determine the VA-45 4 3
Mullen pinned the Cecil Field tournament starts for training. play one week later against NAS league champion. VU-4 2 2
representlve In 7:02 for the Dist- Meanwhile the wrestling tournament Glynco at Jax. According to Coach Scruggs VFP-62 2 3
rict crown. still goes on. After the Cecil Field will carry an 8-3 this will be the first time that VA-12 0 5
Memphts's second district title Regionals at Memphis comes the record Into conference play. All Cecil Field has fielded a varsityteam MF-M 0 6
came after Frank Choate defeated All-Navy on May 24 to the 28 games having been against teams throughout the summer.In .
Cecil Field's Mike McGinn In at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, from the City of Jacksonville. past years an all-star team Demo.
the 213 pound class. McGinn out San Francisco, Calif.c9@J Returnees from lastyears var- was picked from the intra-mural Ceramics

weighed his oponent by 28 pounds sity are: Coach Scruggs, Bob league In early August to com- There will be a Ceramics
but was unable to come up witha Hunter Howie Hogan, Ron Shoaf, pete in the Sixth Naval District demonstration May 23 at the NAS
victory. Choate settled for a DerlllSmlt, "Zak" Dzierzakand Tournament. Coach Scruggs feels Jax Hobby Shop starting at2p.m.
point victory and won 6-1. "Blackle" Blackman. the Inter-service league will be: Viola Carter of Viola's Cera-
Memphis sent four represent- -- very effective In helping Cecil mlc's from lax will be demon-
Ives on the South Atlantic Reg- Field have a balanced team for strating the glazing techniquesfor
ional Tourament being held this this year's Sixth ND Tournament the beginner and the advanced
week at Memphis. Glynco and after playing together for a full Ceramist. Light refreshments
Jax each sent one entry.In II. season. are to be served.WIRFROWTI .
the final point standings
Memphis finished far out In front
with 47 points Cecil Field was
second with 16, Glynco was third

Hole In One

Contest To Be ; -



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service employees from all the
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at 11 a.m. at Cecil Field. ,
Prizes of golf merchandise or MOBIL OMESI *
cash will be given to those who
come the closest to the pin ona
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A prize will go to the winner of r-y
each flight and a grand prize

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closest to the pin for the day. 3 1/2 miles of high bluff waterfront- along Santa Fe Rtve1
Entry fee Is 50 cents for six AN INVESTMENT YOU ENJOY NOW
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, \ MAY 20. 196
\ Navy Swim Standings For "Hie NAS

Team Gets IM Golf Play Jax GolfCorner" i

First Win

I Here At JaxThe
,' The Navy Jax Swim Team The first round of the 1965

scored its first victory In major results of the Intramural Spring Cup was completed this
competition when It beat The past Saturday. Westmoreland and
golf played on May 13
Bcckner Swim Association Orlando games Sullivan at 68 are leading the
and make-up are as follows -
Saturday, with'a score of games field of sixty-one golfers with
,', 477 to 176. : Floyd, Cipolat, and Barton in
The 101 swimmers won 16 of close pursuit at 69.

20 relay events and made clean FAW-ll"A" 71/2 FAE1U 11/2 Two teams tied at seven under
sweep of the.first four places in this Saturday to win the
A/C Maint. 5 1/2 VP-7 3 1/2 past
several of the individual events. Admin 5 FAETU 4 weekly Blitz. Webster defines a
Those that won both of their Hosp. "A" 6 Birds 3 divot as a piece of turf cut out
individual events for Jax Navy FltWeaFac 6 VP-30"A" 3 in making a stroke. This divot, :
were: Kathy Lubka; Marc wlllbe-
FAW-11 "A" 6 VW-4 3 If not replaced promptly, -
Fields; Chris Derr; Paul Nich- come a bare spot In the fairway. >a :
ols and Debbie Laseter. May 13 Replacing divots and repairing
Those swimmers from Jax Hosp.UB" 8 1 1 ball marks on the greens are a .
that took blue ribbon in
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